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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

6ANDIIUI1ST, §IOCK MAKKET." rj - .October#. I . Common hack*, £10..:to;£20;i good- do., nnd.light harness liorscH, £20 to £40; good draught uorwyj, ^4Q to £70heavy do., • noenquiry. . *•" Tip carts,X20 to ^25.',. . M-VCPHEIiSON &'C0.j Ilqrso Baninr, Sanatiimt, Hough linckB, fU ,to' iiiO'j.Ro°(l hnchj'nml ilglit linrncsn horse*, £25 to £37;'gooil'draught lioreos,' £30 to £10; snporlor • do., its to £i:0. - : ■ '■ ! . ! ': ' Tlp'Oftrts, £22 to £25,'. •' . \ i > . ■. , ■ . (3. JONESrAuctloncor, Horao ncpnsUoiy, PaU Mnll. ;

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Oct. 6th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

JIELBOUKNE. [Fnoif OUB OWN OOnnESPOSDEKT.J Oct. Oth, 1855. A now Bnuk lifts been "projected at GeelongJ'aud a ■prospectus issued by a. provisional committee, for tlie purpose of establishing it. It is to bo conducted, as.far lis practicable, on the Joint .Stock Scottish system, and is designated " The Commercial and Agricultural Bank." The business of the Bank will be to lend money on cash credits or accounts, on approved securities, and ill lend-' ing money for short periods 011 freehold property, to the extent of one-third of the valuc'for the improvement of the laud, and the encouragement of agriculture like- • wise, on title deeds, government securities, bills of ex change, and letters of credit. This system of conducting their business will aft'ord greater facilities of procuring pecuniary advances than is, I believe, afforded by the established'Bauks. Its success must depend upon the judicious and cautious manner in which such a system of accommodation is conducted. I have fel...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL KJ5W8. iOctobor.8.; Gold is.fiUUquoftd lit 7fis. -• Slii^o-last report duty-lma been jmUron 320 ouncea. . f v. ' The JJift of Entry, published on the Sth instant, gives the usual returns of tho trado of tho port of Melbourne for tho paMt week. Tho imports amounted to tho declared vulun of .£*211,751, aiul the exports to tho declared value of £#00,007; llja^buJHncD in favor oi' the port being .°.53r218. Tho week that has just elapsed lias exhibited signs of growing activity..-in trade.. The demand tor tho \goIMcM;* steadily Increases, but purchases are, for tho presont, conftiuid to staple articles for immediate use. There arc few speculative buyors for the summer trade, and more yet for tho wintor stock. Thero has been somo speculation in flour, and tho tiro cargoes of Chilian, recently sold in tho bulk, aro held for an advance. Tho stocks in tho bands of millers moveiy light, but their quotations aro unaltered. It Is believed,.however, that prices must ad vance...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, October 6th. (Present—Francis Jones, Esq., Chairman; Messrs. O'Conor, Denovan, Hosken, Wetherell, Benson, and Mackenzie.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

LOCAL COURT. Saturday, October (ith. (Present—^-Francis Jones, Esq., ChairmanMessrs. O'Conor, Donovan, I-Iosken, AVetlierell, Benson, and Mackenzie.) Two letters were rend, one from tlie Colonial Secre tary's Office, appointing Mr. J fines Chairman of tlio Court, and another from Mr. E. N. Emmett, resiguing his seat in the Local Court. In the ense of Millie v. Allen the latter now produced the original documents front which he lind framed his balance sheet, which supported its accuracy ; the Court, however, refused tn cutertuin the consideration of the matter. AnSOLOM V. DllOOK AND BLAIR. The plnintiff and defendants in this case were part ners ill a horse puddling machine ill California Gully, and hurt continued working together till' tlic 2!Hh of last September, on the morning of which day the de fendants refused to work imy longer. The pluiutiff stated tlmt he hud offered to buy the defendants nut, lint this they denied, and said that they had offered to submit the matter to arbi...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1855. BLACKGUARDISM RAMPANT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

THE, BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUU KI01IT8, AND OUR RESOURCES. WEDNRSBAY, OCTOBER 10, 1855. BLACKGUARDISM RAMPANT. "We have noticed- with ranch regret, upon recent occasions, a very disorderly disposition on the part of. large numbers of the thousands of persons who crowd into the town on Satur day ' afternoons. Last Saturday week there were several fights in Pall Mall, nridwuy'be tween the rival public meetings .of the Pro tection Association and of Captain Brown. The audiences deserted their respective stands, almost ' en masse/ to join in the more pleasur able excitement of a row, and the great leaders of the movements found their eloquence vain when opposed to the attractions of a fight. Pugilistic encounters were triumphant ove'r stump oratory. Moral arguments were "nothing to slogging blows, upper cuts, and counters. The weakness of the Protection Society stood revealed; Captain Brown dwindled to a ne glected jack-pudding. Well might Mr. Denovau: raise a wail of- anguis...

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COUNTY COURT. Friday, 5th October. (Before J. G. Forbes, Esq.) £10 JURISDICTION. MALONEY v. MACKENZIE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

COUNTY COURT. Friday, Oth October. (Before J. G. Forties, Esq.) jBIO Juiusmctiok. MALONKV V, .MACKENZIE. A olnim of £!) for two gallons of brandy, . Mrs. Mackenzie, the defendant's wife, swore tliat .-8110s. lmd been paid by licr to a in'au in tlie plaintiff's employ when he brought the spirits. Verdict for. the plaintiff for 1'1 -Is. -MAJ.ONKY V. 11EMMIXO. . This wis u precisely similar claim to the last. The ' ilefemlunt'did iiot appear, Verdict for ihe plaintilf for the amount claimed, £3. MAItTIN V. BOOUE, This was a claim for carting goods from Betidigo to to Eagleli'awk in 185IJ. The amount sought to be re covered wits' £3. Walter C'arcy, clerk to the defendant, aworo that the amount lmd been paid by him nino' mouths since, Verdict for the defendant. ENGLAND V. HA11VEY. This was a claim for sixteen weeks' rent due, amount ing to .t'8. ' . i , . Vordict for tlie pliuutiff for the amonut claimed, tlOYD AND, UAIiniB V. JIACFAIILANE. This was a claim for; medical attendance. ■ Ver...

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

POSTAL AltRANGEMRNTS. We are happy to state that the mail contractors have seen it di.-siruWe to epmo to the arrangement .which we stated last week wis the proper one, respecting the de parture . of the mails from Sandhurst. In future, the mail will leave this evory day except Saturday. As the mails hitherto forwarded on Saturdays have only re-: mained in Castlcniaine until _ Monday morning, the making up and the departure "of a mail oil that day were quite useless. /.No mail will rcncli this on Sunday morning, a|id, as .the letters which have hitherto arrived on this day were never delivered until Monday morning, there is no practical difference in this arrangement. Mr. Stuart, the postmaster, is entitled to credit for his having induced the contractors to pursue a course l>y which the conveni ence of the public will be more consulted tlianinst1ie extraordinary arrangements which they 'proposed to make. When Ihc Government make contracts for the performance of.public services, t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, PORT OF MEUJOUltt.'E, aumyrd; ■ > . October Tlrisois, ship, Q'om (Jlasgow 24th June, with four-_ teen passengers; MontcsiKlu, ship, from Ltver]>ool 3rd July, with one hundred and four ,piLS,senu'era jKn^ist, hIiIji, from l.oudon •4th July, with twentyrsevcm jnisi^igors; Ucn >>ovts, royal mail sliip, from Liverpool 20th Juno, wlih two hundred aud. sixty pus Bontror^; Glfnroy, ship, from Groonoolv !>8th June, with twenty flight passengers; Shuckumax6n,flliip, from Liverpool 21st June, with one hundred and nhiety-thrco pnKSongcra; ]M»\ck Swim. Bcrow-steftmbr, from Liimic<wton, with forty»ono ;iftS8Ciigora; Sea Nymph, brig, ft*umUoWirt Town. October 0,—Slonu Bird, set'ow-steamer, from Port Albfirt; City of .Syduey, scrow-stramnr, from Sydney, with Blxty»twopassengers; ; Montezuma, scliooncr, from Sydney. ■ •' > - October 7.'—»HnvlJnh, aorowiatoauior, from Adolaidp, with twonty. two pas3enuers; Matlnor, Ridiopftcr,.from Syrhiey; Joh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

rr\ tl E B IS N DI(1 0 ADVERTISER, tlm <ir»t .L newspaper on tlu Victoria tto'fifields, and the boat Inland Advertising Xedium in the colony, : I'OBDISUED EVEBTc WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Morning, Iij printed and published at Sandhurst, tho township of the district of Beudigc, tho Metropolitan Cxoldtiold •of Australia. The Bendioo Advertiser' lias tho moat extensive circulation of any provincial paper in tho colony. The importance of this jourial as uti advertising mediant miist •1)Q at onco perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only the capital of one of the Largest Goldfields, but ij tho mart of tho extensive Pastoral District •comprising tho valleys of tho .Loddon and CAjirAsriE, and tho wido and fertile plains extending to tho Murray. The political principles of tlii-* jonriwl are liberal—mcli ns are almost universally recognised a.s in accordance with the development of a young and vigorous colony :into a noble and world-renowned nation. Tho local •interests ...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 'Advertiser' Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

SAXDIIUIiST-WHOLESALE 1'ItICES CDJIUENT. 1 Advertiser'. Ofllco; Tucstlav Evrninr*. Wo have no material clmngo to'reporfc in our markets, nud quo* tftUuua remain the r>amc» Oats.—Scotch (beat), 103.3d.,to 10s. Cd. por bushel; Cnpo, 03,; • V. J). Jjiiiit, 11b. Oil. to 12a. 3Jiun.—Jlest Adelaide, &s. 3d. to 6s. Cd. per bushol. ITay.—Host colonial, £33 to £25 per ton. Fi.oun.—Uest Adelaide, £53 to £51; Chilian, £50. Sugar.—Mauritius counter, £10 to £12; druk, £3C por ton ; Cos* sipore, W.; crushed lohf, Dd. p«jr lb; . ; Picklkb.—I'ints, 6e. to^Oa, Cd,; quarts, lis. Cd. to 12a. por dozen, a. i... .* '• -v BuTTEn.—JJost Qork, 3 k. 8d. tc^ls. Qd, per'lb., very dull, ftnd with a downward tcndcncy." . - Candler.—Helmont, Jfo. 1, Is. Od. to Is. 10d.; French, la. 6d. per lb. IRice.—Jtcsfc Patna; scarce,*£N to .£15 per ton. Tlio prices of cartago nro increasing. A greater domnnd for goodn on tho diggings seems to bo the cause. In J. "Whiteoak and Co.'s report, published iu tlio Argi«...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. 'Advertiser' Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PANDJIUIISX GOI.D JIAKKET . Advortlser' Office, . Tuesday Evening. Gold, nn expected, boa fallen Is. per ounce. It is now quoted at £3 lis. ml ■ The escort took down this morning 12,710 ozp. 10 <lw(s., mid 4,2fl(5 in cosh, of wliicU 1,290 ov.b, 10 dwts. were from Ilcathcote. H'lio deposits were 005 or*. 10 dwts., a»rl£t0 in cash. Wo understand, from rellnblo authority, that tlwylold of gold for tho >\euk exceeds 16,000 ozs., but, for some renson or other, which we Hbnll inuko it our business to llnd out, the cfioorb did not take nil. • • ■ ■ s -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

Wines and Spirits. 50 CASES Old Tom, Hrowninjrs, on Snlo. ii. WILLIAMS arid SONS. 790c 300 CASES of bniiidv for Sale, at— JONES'S Wholesale Wino and Spirit, Storo, Bridge-street, 924oi'.(0 -tY^|(^ CASES Bottled Ale and Stout, at the X V/ Ly lowest prices, lor unio. 13. WILLIAMS and SONS, ' 795c Next Victoria Hotel, I'nll Mall. CRESCENT STORE, ' Bridge Street. A J. JONES, Wine imd Spirit Merchant, in calling « attention to his stock-now on linnd, is confident, buyers need only pay him a visit to pronounce it second to none on Bendigo, viz.:— Martell's and Hennesssy's brandy, in bulk, Do-. ttud Clozenu's, in cases Pine old Jamaica rum Tangucray's and Nicholson's old torn Delicious Gleniiret whiskey Hunt's treble diamond port, in bulk Gordon's pale and golden sherry, in do. Ale and porter, in cases, comprising ByaBS, Evans, Marzotti, and Harper's brands. , ^ The above goods will be sold at tho lowest market prices, and delivered free of charge. , **llnov2l F. SALT E 11 N, WHOLESALE -WI...

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SANDHURST COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Thursday, October 4. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

SANDHURST COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, Thursday, October 4. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Drunk and Disoiiuehly.—Arthur Ilurrey was flnetl forty shillings, or three days' imprisonment. ILLEGAL POSESSION OF A DOG.— Henry Marks,   Auctioneer, of Pall Mall, was summoned by Regina Henderson, for detaining a dog, her property. The plaintiff and two witnesses distinctly identified it. Mr. Marks produced a receipt for the dog, but the date of it was subsequent to that on which the plaintiff asserted she had lost it. It was ordered to be given up to her. Mast Kit's and Skiivants' Act.—David Heckslier, tlio proprietor of the Albert Hotel, was summoned hv Edward Morris, his servant, for refusing to pay him his wages. Mr. Hecksher was willing to pay the amount cliiii'ned—^ Ji'sJ 10s.—deducting a similar amount as set-oft' for tw; bottles of a bottle-stand out of three which he had broken' and which, he stated, had rendered the whole thing valueless. The Dencli remarked that it ...

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CASTLEMAINE LOCAL COURT RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

I Castlemaine Local Court Rule. The following Rule, approved of by the Gover nor upon, the recommendation of the Local Court., is published to have effect in the j Local Court, District of Castlemuine. 1. Quartz; -— Individual Mining, — Any person mining on a quartz vein will be entitled I to twelve feet in length by thirty-sis feet in width oil the supposed course of the vein.

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BALLARAT LOCAL COURT RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

Bali.akat Local Court Rules. The following Rules, approved of by the Go vernor, upon the recommendation of the Local Court, are published to have effect in the Looul Court, distinct of Ballarat. I. Storekeeper's Frontage. Parties occupying road sites as storekeepers or otherwise, will be required to keep such frontage clear in every respect, more parti cularly as regards the drains. II. Extension of Claims. Claims on deep sinking where eight men Are required to work, should be feet by 34 feet, and in all cases the shafts to be within ,40 feet of each other, and each shaft in the centre of the claim. III. Abolition of " Shepherding." All parties engaged in shepherding" claims to take notice that on the expiration of one month from the date hereof, it will be ne cessary for them to form their parties, and at once proceed to sink. At the end of the month's notice should the regulation not bo complied with, the claim shall be considered as liable to bo "jumped" (or forfeited) upon the W...

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AVOCA LOCAL COURT RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

Avoca Local Court Rules. The following Rules, approved of by the Governor upon the recommendation of th'i; Local Court, nro published to have effect in ^ in the Local Court, district of Avoca. : I. Wet and Dry. Sinkings. Claims to bo divided into wet and dry sinkings; wet sinkings being understood to inean where slabbing is required. II. Wall. A two-foot wall shall be left between each claim. . III. Claims to be marked by pegs. ; Persons marking out claims must do so by firmly fixing in the ground four pegs, one at cach corner of the cluim, which must be kept visible during the working of the claim*. IV. Parties not allowed to jump claims. No party shall bo allowed to jump or tnke forcible possession of another party's claim, but when a claim may be disputed on any of the grounds mentioned in these rules, the p<irty wishing to take possession of it must first make application to any authorised person to inquire into and decide tho ease. Y. Prospecting. Any party discoveri...

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NEW REGULATIONS OF THE GOLDFIELDS. Supplement to the Victoria "Government Gazette" of Tuesday, October 2nd, 1855. Published by Authority. Colonial Secretary's Office, Melbourne, 3rd October, 1855. GOLD FIELDS' REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

NEW KEGULATIOIvTS OF TI-IB GOLDFIELDS. Supplement to the Victoria "Government Gazette" of Tuesday, October 2nd, 1$55. Published by Authority. Colonial Secretary's Office, Melbourne, 3rd October, 1855. GOLD FIELDS' REGULATIONS. His Excellency the Governor, with the ad vice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to authorise the promulgation of the following Regulations under the Act of Council IS Victoria, No. 37, in lieu of all former Regula tions By His Excellency's Command, WILLIAM C. HAIisES. I.—Mining Right. All persons holding the Miner's Right under the provisions of the Act of the Governor and Council, IS Victoria, No. 37, will be author ised to mine for gold upon any Waste Lands of tho Crown, and to occupy for the purpose of residence in connection with the object of mining, so much of the said lands as may be prescribed under the rules and regulations now and hereafter from time to time made:— Provided that lands reserved by the Govern ment or enolosed by previous occup...

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CALIFORNIA. (From Los Angelos). [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

CALIFORNIA.. (From Zos Angelas). TrtK.MF.NDOus Shock of ax Kauthquake. — I.nst evening (July 10th) savs the OiiH/urniini, at about half past seven o'clock. was experienced the heavier and most tremendous shock of an earthquake ever known in this country, and one that will lie long remembered in this section. Such was its force, that large nirnbers of our one-story buildings were cracked from top to bottom, glass mid crockery were thrown from the shelves, win dows broken, &c. Nearly every merchant in this city suffered very severely in this manner. Lamps were up set ; families seated at the tea-table were dismayed to witness the sudden overturning of tea-urus aniLjlislies. and fled affrighted to the open air. Clocks were thrown down. Indeed hardly a building escaped without dam age to its walls, or destruction of some poition of its contents. The shock lasted several seconds, and ap peared to lift up and twist the ground about, accompanied by a roaring noise like the approach...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

SANDHURST l'KODUCE.MARKETS. • October 12, * The Improciul tono of. this market noticed lu our last report .still continue. No doUbt tlie advanced rates of carriajo from town gave an impetus to prices. Flour.—Good Adelaide,scarce, and inuoh enquired for. OaU (liny firm) have toorco3ed ia value €d. per bushel. .Bran-—Firm, at our quotations. # * Oaten Hay.—More onquirv, Ctoclcs are low, and little coming 5n. RetftUers roquire 30s. per o^rt. i •• > ■ ' • • • ' Eiee (Patnn), same, ns.last vntik. • •: Candles (sperm), dull*of sale., « Following are our quotations,^. .. Tloub;—Adelaide, £55 per ton; Chilian, £M. Ons.—Bcotcb, IDs: Od. to Hamper Wuab&i. JiRAif.—C8.'Sd. to Ds. €d. perbu»heL *,• , t t < .Oateh H*r,~£23 to £25 por^on. i ! ' tivau?-—Mauritius, £<0 per too; CoB&Ipore,No. I, £&7. * 'Jlice.—Piitua; £i8 £• £44 per ton. ' ' ^OAiMLES.—Sperm, Is. lOd. per lb. 'PrcKUja.—d?ints, (Is., to Oi Od. per dozen; quarts, 19b. to fid. - .• *. .......

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SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

SIEGE OF SEUASTOPOL. Tho operations of the Allies were to be continued exclusively against tlie town, as they weie at present unable to attack the Russians in their strong position beyond the Tchcrnaya. It was rumored that General Pellissier, whoso ma nagement on the 18tU June had been severely cen sured, would be removed from tho command, and replaced by General Bosquet, who had already been removed from the Tchernaya, and had resumed his old position before Sebastopol. Reinforcements of 40,000 men were ordered to be at onco embarked from Marseilles. Prince Gortschakoff had reinforced Liprandi's corps, and asked fcr 24,000 men. more, which would be sent from tho Polish army. It was feared at Odessa that tho camp ^t Nicolaieff as well as Kherson, would be visited by the Allies. The former had been largely extended. The quantity of wheat saved from Itertscli was said to be sufficient to serve the Allied armies for nearly a month. Tho Turkish contingent force under General Vivian was ...

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