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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. October 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

«ANDUUIt8T BTOOK MAKKKX. October 12. i Ttars continues a fair demand for draught horses, with -which! thtarri&rket, dirrirgtbe pr.evionn week, has'beenbut poorly supplier* Jiuyora cumje forward frooly, ond' what pood stock 1j offerodis. tdken'up'atcurrent rates. * 1 ? V. ' , ; ' ' ' ' . jtyjiowir.g arc our quotation* Common hacks, £11 to £20; good do. and light harness horses, £20 to £90; good draught horses, £10 to £60; hoary do.,' . ao enquiry. ' • 'lip carte, £20 to £25. 1 , r • ■ i . j - \„L. MACPHERSON',A ,00.. H«rae Bmbat, Sandhurst. . .. The improvement mentioned in my )o3t report oa manifested in i ,0m* horse marmot, is^tiU maintained,-tfynigh prices liavo ccarccly jittered, except for suporioj. light harness boraa. The rush to; jFlwy' prepk, witjiput do.ubt, pojitrjjmt^j greatly .to.th.o support of.: £bia improvement. ' ! • Our^notatiqps ore as follows :— t Rough hacks, £15 to JCtil; gaoi bads and- IJgJit harness 3ior»e», J&tii to £30; good draught .fcbr&...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. RUSSIA. A letter from Warsaw, of the 18th June, says that three American officers, Majors Delafield and Mor decai, and Captain Clellan, have arrived there, on their way to St. Petersburg, to be admitted to serve in tho Russian army in the Crimea. The Prussian New Gazette says that eight regiments of grenadiers, making an effective reinforcement of 24,000 men, .detached from corps stationed in Poland, have been ordered to the Crimea, where they must have already arrived. Abo, June 21.—Tho Grand Duke Nicholas has just reviewed the troops at Helsingfors and Abo, and in spected the fortifications at Stvcaborg. The English fleet is dispersed, and cruising along the coast of Fin land. The Northern Sec, of St. Petersburg, of tho I4tli, publishes an order of the day, addressed by the Hot mail Adrianoff to the Cossacks of the Don, in which he calls them all to arms, great and small, old and young, with their standards, and the sacred images of their respective parishes...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. October 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

• • ; -MKLUOUllNE COM jlBEOIA'L NEWS. Oitob&lL'1' ' Thp gold wnrkrt to inactive, the price being 753.3d; Tho export ^utybeen piiid on ia,«8 o;-«. during the lost thrco dayd, of J^r'1 iO csa. kclongul to rtturolug cbinva. • . A meeting of tho merchants ond retailers interested in tho butlor trade, which was bold yesterday, was characterised hy great unanimity. Mr. TTummi!, Mr. Mnlr, md Mr. Siclu-l admitted tho Injustice which had given occasion to tlicmeeting; and Mr. Robt. Kc-rr, Mr. Germain Nicholson and others gavo practical evidence of tho ovil "fcflect* of tho nyotera. The decision to abide by tho allowanco of tho nctuftl tare in ail faLuro transactions was so nearly unanimous that thero is no doubt that tho manifestation will result in tho adoption of a moro reasonable practice. The al lowance of 141b3. ,only on a firkin, when tho actual tare is fre quently 28!bs.,'has long been felt as an injustice to tho retailer, who has never been able to effect salo3 on the samn te...

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THE HORRORS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

THE HOKUOIIS OF WAR. The following particulars respecting the sacking of Kertcli and Yenikale, illustrate, in a frightful manner, the horrors of war, even when carried on by nations which claim to be foremost in civilization and refinement:— Lord .Rnglan, writing to Lord Panmure under date of May 29th, informs the War Secretary that the allied expedition to Kertcli, which left its anchorage off Sebastopol on the 22nd, reached its destination on the morning of the 24th, where, the troops being landed without delay, the war steamers pushed on towards Kertch and Yenikale, and all the objects in contemplation were accomplished in 24 hours, without resistance on the part of the enemy, without the striking of a blow, and without the firing of a solitary shot—the Allies thus obtaining a bloodless and unopposed pos session of the Sea of Azoff. Tho llussian army, amounting to about 2,500 men, abandoned Kertch in the afternoon of the day 011 -which the allied troops landed at Ambalaki, and we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

rnun BEND1G0 ADVERTISER will, in future, -L ho published every Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur day morning, TERMS FOR ADVERTISING: For Advertisements not exceeding twenty-four words 2?. 5 for four lines, 3/. { • •• Larger advertisements''will bo charged for by measure ment as follows :—5a. for tho first inch (of nine lines ) and 4s. for each ndditibiial one. On quarterly advertisements published in ench issue, where accounts nro rendered quarterly, a reduction will be made. * . Liberal arrangements will bo made with large ad vertisers. All Advertisements', must bo left before 6 o'clork p.m.,'on tlie day previous to publication, at the Publish ing Office, Pall-Mall. Orders for countermanding or altering advertisements must be left, in writing, at, tho office by noon, on Tuos days, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Advertisements will be continued until countermanded, unless otherwise specified oil the order. Advertising name, occupation, and address, in the Sandhurst Directory, 30s, per quarter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

NOTICES TO CORKl'SPONDEXTS. E. Y.—Sir'IUchard Arkwright died on tlio 23rd April, 1843, In his 88lh'ycnr. Ui3 property was sworn, oil the proving of his will, to exccod 1,000,000, this being merely us n nominal Hum, a* tho 6cale of Btamp duties no hicjhnr. Tho probato lore a stamp of £10,750, and it was reported that tho legacy'duty woujd be much more. The communications of ratriot and others are under cousidora tion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

THURSDAY, the 8th NOVEMBER, 1805. To Capitalists, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Liconsed • Victuallers, Rjrties Seeking Investments, and Others. Splendid Investment—Freehold Property, THE CRITERION HOTEL, Market-square, Sandhurst, LMACPHERSON anil CO. have been JionoredwltJi I instructions from tjie Trustees of tlie Estate of Jlcssrs, Wallanh and Co., to offer to public competition, (if not previously disposed of by private contract), on Thursday, the 8th Jvoveiuber, sale to commence at 13 fj'clock, on the premises, All that Piece or Parcel of LAND, being a corner al lotment, having a double frontage of 135 feet facing Muudy-street, and 850 feet facing Powling Btreet, being allotments 17, 18, and 10, seption J.5, portion C, township of Sandhurst, TOOETIIEIt M'lTH That Valuable and Siibstnntinlly-built Upper-storied BUILDING, known as tlie . .CRITERION HOTEL, The House is in eapifnl rrpair, considerable expenso faiviug been lately incurred in redecorating and papcriug (ho rooms. THE GRO...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MFXHOURNE. AUUtVEJJ. October 9.—Pilot, schooncr, from Hobart Town. . October 9.—Woium Wonqa, sci'ew.steainer, from Sydner, .with fifty passengers; liurrti Liurra, screw-steamer, from Adolaldu, •with forty-lour pusson^.Tn; Harmony, schooner, from Launceston j Louisa, aohoou-jr, fr.'in Wurrrmmbooi. October 10.—David (J. KlunMis.', ship, from Livorponl 5th July, with twenty-two pmseuyari; Ifoiiry Wiuoh, barque, from Tonus Coucejwign 13ay,uth July; Champion, sorew-stenmer, from • Port lan<T, tWt Fairy, and Warrnambool, with thirty-live passengers; Kensington, ship, from.London StJth Jauo, with -thirty'MX pas sengers; SUcrhimnd, schooner, from Talcuuuhtf 10th July; Ol»ii?o, schooncr, from Port WilUam, Stewart's Island, 22ud ultimo, with elx passengers. . ... . k?., { ... '' WtIIR flRADS. Ootobcr 30.—Thames, Bhip, from Plymouth 10th July, with" two huiidrcdunUninety-£hrco Government immigrants.- '' PROJECTED DEPAUTUUKS. " • ll Fon London.—Admiral,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

rr\HE BEN DIG 0 ADVERTISER, the first JL newspaper on the Victoria Goldfields, nnd the beat Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, PCBMSHED EVES'* WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Moam-G, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the township of tho district of Bendigo, tho Metropolitan Goldtield of Australia. Tlio BfiNDioo Advertiser has the most extensive circulation of any provincial paper in tho colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium must be at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only the capital of one of the Larorst Goldfirlbs, but it the mart of tho extensive Pastoral District comprising the valleys of the Loddon and Campaspie, nnd the wide and fertile plains extending: to tho Murray. The political principles of this journal nro liberal—such an are almost universally recognised as in accordance With the development of a young and vigorous colony into a noble and world-renowned nation. The local interests of Bendigo will, of course, claim its sp...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 'Advertiser' Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

'„-i 8Aj$DHUR6T,WHOLESALE' piiJCES CURRENT. •Advertiser'. Office, Friday Evening. '• •oTho saddeariso in cartagothat has taken place during the last week, boa imparted'additional firmnoss toour market, find holders of igooils are reluctant to Boll-at present quotations. We arc in* formed that as much (is £22 pdr ton' cartago 'hhs boen paid-in town for these diggiugs' during the week, and, even at these rates; drays are with difficulty obtained. Should these rates of cartagotbo-maintained,' prices of'heavy goods must materially tmprovo. ' r - Oats,—Best Scotch cobtinno in nctivo demand, and are Arm at 10s, 6d. to lls/per bushel; Cope oats ore'in better enquiry— sales are reported at Os.. Bras is steady, at 5s. 3d. to Bs. 6d.' Stocks oro getting much re* duced, and prices are likely to rise. Hw?.—Supplies of this article comUln very slowly, and the market is scautily supplied. ' Trices for best colonial range from £23 . ;• to £25per. ton. • Floor.—An active demand for this artiole has...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. 'Advertiser' Office, Friday Evening. Gold remains at £3 14s. 9d. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ~ . , SANDHURST GOLD MARKET • j ... .i» . 'Advertiser'Office, • t; Friday J2veuing. t Gold romalns at £3 14s. 0<L •"At the land sale held on tho 9th lustant a large quantity of land was purchased at advanced rates, nearly on an average of £3 per aero, The total nurabel* of acres sold, 03 may be seen by'tbe full report in another column, was 1,937 acres 3 roods 0 perches, for ■whlcli the sum of £3,01312s. 8d. was got. It gives good proof of tho BtablUty bf our money market '

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PERILS OF A DIGGER'S LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

PERILS OF ,A DIGGER'S LIFB. The following communication, in-consequence of itj length, lias lain by for u considerable time, but the serious reflectiveness upon the precatiousness of it gold diggers 1 iFo, which characterises it has induced ns to give it publicity, though tlio events to which it refers are somewhat old. Fellow-Diggers,-— 1 need not ask you whether you do not feel tlmt yon have become altered creatures within these few years sinco ciuitting the lands of your nativity; whether you do not liud that you have broken, or considerably weakened, the shackles which, from your childhood upward, the conventionalities of the old world had imposed • upon you ; whether you do not feel to bo iu smie degree changed in diameter by the compulsory adoption of so utterly an opposite mode of life to that" which you had through your former life been habituated, by the growth of habits, the awakening of thoughts, the kindling of aspirations, and the spirit of self-reliance and inde penden...

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PUDDLING MACHINE GRIEVANCES. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

PUDDLING MACHINE GRIEVANCES. To the Editor-of the Bendigo Advertiser. Sir,—It appears from your'paper of Wednesday last, tlmt the Bendigo Local Court have at length turnoil their attention to the puddling machine interest, but not with the view, I am sorry to say, of granting to the unfor tunate proprietors an extension of ground, ■ or removing any of the difficulties under which tlicy labor in the prosecution of their laborious, and, generally speaking, badly remunerated undertakings. Ob, dear, no. 'l'hcy could not think of gruuting us any privileges, though they kindly enough tkvoiud us villi their restrictions and slush regulations. I will admit, Mr. Editor, tlmt their ideas on the slush question are correct enough. There should be a mid-channel, and also -that each holder should be compelled to confine the course of the slum within a narrow space, so as not to interfere with alluvial sinkers. But why, Mr. Editor, if their powers of observation nrpsutVicient to teach them the nec...

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MINING REGULATIONS. SECOND EDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

MINING REGULATIONS. SECOND EDITION*. What are tlic laws in forcp on the goldfields? Who nro the law makers? .Who are the administrators? And who are the executors? These questions hav£ been on the lips of every miner for the last three months. With regard to the first question, one Bet of regulations were issued by the Government, and another by the several Local Courts. Which to obey nobody "could tell. The wardens themselves did not know. Some disputes were settled by Government law, others by Local Court law, and several by no law at all! As to who were the legitimate law makers was a point equally dubious. The wardens refused to carry out Government law till it had been sanctioned by the Local Courts, and they also refused to carry out Local Court law till it had been sanctioned by the Government. All the time theLccal Courts refused to sanction the Government law j and. until now, the -the: Government lias refrained from sanctioning Local Courts law. But, in gazetting the regul...

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THE OVENS. (From the Ovens and Murray Advertiser.) GOLDFIELDS OF THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

THE OVENS. (From the Ovens and Murray Advertiser.) OOLDriELPff or THK DIBTMCT. [ Those -working oil the 'SVoolshed Creek have been. I slightly inconveuienced by the late rains, but we believo no material damage has been sustained. The miners have'liad time to prepare for a rising in the creek, aucl the quantity of rain which has fallen has not been very large. There is still a great anxiety to secure claims m this locality, aiul those who cannot obtuin them in tlio bed of the creek commence setting in on the bank. At the Three-mile, the new rush is still popular, and the liumber of miners continues to increase, notwith standing some have complained that tlicy have obtained; little more than the " color of gold" from their holes.. Wo are happy to say many are telling a different tale to thi3, some parties having cleared £150 per man within; the last three weeks, whilst others are doing nearly ua well.. Matters at the Nino-mile are in statu quo, most of tho sluicing hands making good ...

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SANDHURST COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, October 9. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

SANDHURST COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday* October 0. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Dwjkk and Diboiudkbly.—William Tilleny wna fined forty shillings, or three: days' imprisonment. iNrniNOKMENT op the Townu Act,—Messrs. Lewis and Meyers, Kennedy, .I'liilip Iliu-t, Robert Bruton, and Goodman lewis, were fined in sums of from ouo alii], ling to live shilling.'), for exposing goods for aula on tho' pathway outside their stores. They liad been summoned «t the instance of Inspector Kir!;, v/lio slated thai' numerous complaints hud been made to liim on the sub ject, but for which he should not havo interfered, and that the defendants had been previously wiuned. Mr. Kennedy said that the object of the storekeepers was to try whether ilia.magistrates had the power of forcing the storekeepers to tube in -their goods in the present state of the township. He wua ul iirst lined Jj&, which \vua ! reduced to ;T3. 011 the statement of Mr. Ivirk that; he wiu 1 no -yyvrse than any of ...

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OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. ' Miners' Rights issued'during week ending Oth October ...............1 ...v.. ; i i .v. .;.wi Business Licenses do do.20 Leuses of quartz veiiis, (coraprisiugf 8J.9 yards) 83 Amount of Gold , taken 'to Melbourne by CBoort on . Ootobcr Ofli,. oss.f -. > , Amount of Cash- taken* to Afclbourao- by Mcort i on ^ . Octobor.Oih,.4>-I,2fj(J.. , v ' • V' • • ■' J., Total number of • Miners' Rights issued up : 30th September, ..;....v.;>■ .W.;f8,?8tJ TohU number of Pipiness Licenses issued up . to: \ "aOthSeptember *253 Total number of Chinese Protection tickets issued up to Oth.October 1,000 Total amount of gold by escort, from 1st January to 30th September, 1838, inclusive, 317,8Q0-ozh.! •' Total amount of cash hy escort, fronr 1st January to. yOth September, 1885, inclusive, iId0,0U7 2a. Total number, of leases issued up to Oth Octobor, 756, comprising 13,403 yards.

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NEW REGULATIONS FOR THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

NEW REGULATIONS FOIt THE GOLDFIELDS. The Governments of Australia have sig nalised themselves in the prosecution of their legislative duties less by the concisoness, the clearness and the consistency of the la\v3 they have passed, than by their multitudinous array of enactments upon any subject, often at viui ance with each other, and involving questions of vital interest in a hopeless maze of per plexity and confusion. On the Laud Question, for instance, what man pretends clearly to understand wlmfc ihs law really is, amidst the chaos of Laud Orders, Orders in Council, Lund Regulations, Waste Lands' Act*, &c. At the present moment squatlors nro demanding com pensation fur being compelled to forego mono poly, and they expect to make out a good case. Thus, a tax is placed upon civilisation in Vio toria. We are called upon to pay for being allowed to progress, and such is the state of the law, that tiie impudent demand, instead of being scouted with the ridicule it deserves, c...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES, , SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1855. For some time past we have had the desira bility of a more frequent publication con stantly impressed on us,.by the number of our advertisements, and the limited space v>;e coulcl consequently afford to the furnishing of intel ligence to our readers, We endeavoured to meet the difficulty'by tho enlargement of our; sheet, but chiefly by the employment of smaller; type. These steps have been followed by, a more than corresponding increase in the number of advertisements, and we , have become im pressed with the conviction that 'the growing, business and importanco of the district of: Bendigo require a paper published three times a-wcek., \Ve need scarcfely.now advert to tlie condition to wljieh the 'Bendigo Advertiser' was reduccd at the time the present proprietors purchased it, except to thank the publio for the extensive and flattering support they have accorded to us,.so well evide...

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 10th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 October 1855

MELBOURNE. [PHOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.J October 10th, 1855, European intelligence five days' later than that already received has reached Melbourne by the arrival of the Havilali from Adelaide. The sickness which appeared amoug the troops of the Allies has considerably moderated; but no event of importance had taken place in the operations of the seige since the last accounts. Austria has declared that she has fulfilled the obliga tions imposed upon her by the treaty of the 2nd Decem ber, and is not bound to take further steps in the pro gress of the war. It appears further that Lord Jolm liussell, when ut Vienna, approved of the propositions put forward by Count Bunl, which provided that the maritime forces of Turkey, England, and Trance, should be double that maintained in the sea by Russia. He recommended the adoption of these pro posals to his colleagues, but refused to accept them. The opinion I ventured to advance on the first receipt of the intelligence of the renewal of the...

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