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CASTLEMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

* CASTLEMAINE. , Tirr. Magistiucv.—Captain Harrison has been ap pointed sripemUiiry.mngistmte at CosUcmaine. The following answer from his Excellency to the memorial of the inhabitants of Xrorest Creek on this subject was . received:—" His Excellency's reply.—On arriving in this colony f found a certain uuuiber of gentlemen ex ercising magisterial functions, and amongst the oldest . of these, gentlemen was Cajtain Harrison. In conse quence of the recommendation of the Attorney General •who, on matters of this kind, is invariably consulted, I have appointed Mr. Harrison to preside at the bench of Castlomaiue. It would be a manifest act of injustice to displace officers without any -accusation having been preferred against"them; but it will hereafter be my duty to supply the place of this gentleman, should lie prove . incompetent to perform the duties of the office which he has so long fulfilled in other parts of the colony," SitocictKG Accibest from Dnr.VK.—Last week two lives were s...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

SHIPPING. INTELLIGENCE. POUT OF MELBOURNE. . Annrvrn. October 11.-—Jano, flcliooncir|?froin No^'^rwUo N.S.W., 20th ult.; ILM..brig Kuntonje, from Sydney; Mercury, brig, fromLauuces ,tou;.7th'uist.; • ttoyal Shophord, Bto<vi?iur,"-'froni. Imuriooston 0th iuhU, with thirteen cabin iiud clghtecb steerafrflpaaficnsjersi. / • October ll^Goldou Spritw, brig, from SyHnoy dOthult; City of JIobAi-t, s.H,8., ?«'U tons, from Ilobart Tmvn 30th in&L, with ; twenty cabin and forty.flvo oteomgo passengers, X f » AT THE nKADS ' ■ Ootober 11.—Margaret, brig, from Sydney; Gratia, brig, from KewcaeUo; Launecston, barque,•:■■■ •..- • '•>. ; r "" PROJECTED DEPARTURES. For LoNnos.-s-Admlrnl, 20th Xovombciv , Foil Liverpool.—f3on-Nevis,'royal ;maff, ship, Jtith October; Chumplou of tho Seas, royal mail ship' 25th Octobor. Fou Oallio,—Weatem Bride, 20th Ootobor; Lucy, Boundary, early. . • • :: \ : i ' ... v Foji-Valpmiaiso.-—Chilian, olirly. ..roil New Gatxd'Nia.—L'ullciLou, Harbinger...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

THE BEN DIG o ADVERTISER, the first newspaper on the Victoria Goldfields, and the best Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, Published f.vrr\ Toijsday, Thursday ahd Saturday , Moenino, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the township or ■the district of Beiidigo, the Metropolitan Goldfield ol' Australia. The Bbndigo Advertiser lias the most extensive ■circulation of any provincial paper in the colony. The importance of this jonrnal as an advertising medium must 1)0 at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only the capital of one of the Labcikst Goldfields, .but is the mart of tlio extensive Pastoral District ■comprising the valleys of the Loddon and Oampaspie, ■and the wide and fertile plains extending to tlie Mdrray. The political principles of this journal are liberal—such ■as are almost universally recognised as in accordance M*itli the" development ot a young and vigorous colony into a noble and world-renowned nation. Tlio local interests of Beiidigo _ will...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 'Advertiser' Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

SAIsDliuitSI WHOLESALE PRICES COItliEXT. 'Advertiser* Office, Mondnv Evcnincr. The suddon rise In cartage that has takon*place during tho lust ■vrcck, 1ms imparted additional firmness to bur market, and holders of guods are reluctant to sell at present quotations. Wo nro in fonned that us much an £23 per ton cartngo has been paid in town for these diggings during tlio week, and, even at these , rates,, drays are with difliculty obtained. Should theso rates of cartngo ho maintained, prices of heavy goods , must materially improve. Oats.—Best Scotch continuo in nctlvo demand, and nro firm at 10s. Gd. to lis. per bushel; Cnpo oatB are in better onquiry— sales are reported ut 9s. ~ Brak is steady, at Ds. Cd. to 5s. Od. Stocks aro getting njuch re duced, and prices nro likely to rise. Hay.—Supplies of this urticlo como in vory slowly, and tho market is ncantily supplied. Prices for best colonial range from £23 to £25 per ton. Floub.—An nctivo demand for this nrticlo has been oxpericnced ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

- COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. The prico'of gold remains at'£3 15a. 0(1., with a fair amount on | offer for tho end of the week. Duty was paid on 23,5C&.ounces at j the Customs during tho day, of which 20,000 ounces wore for tho Ben Nevis, for Liverpool; -1Y ounces for tho Champion of the Seas 795 ounces for Hong Kong, by tho-J, W. A. Lorenzo, and J 500 ounces for Calcutta by the Roderick Dint.—Aruus, Oct. 13. Tlio imports and oxports for tho week onded tho 0th inst. aro i given in the7?//Z pf Kntrj. The declared valno of tho imports amounted to £208,03(5, and of tho exports to ,£4S,375; trado being against the port to the amount of £159,CGI. This lias been caused by tho want of vessels on the berth, thero being littlo elso to ship at this season of the vear than gold. In akuut anothor month, when tho wtporfc season will have set in in oarnest, oppor tunities for tho sbipmout of tho precious metal will bo of wcokly oceurrotico. "Argus, Oct. 18.

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MOUNT ALEXANDER DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

' MOUNT ALEXANDER DIGGINGS: Fryer's Cheek.—The diggings qt Kangaroo still _inaintaiu their popularity, <m<l the population daily 'in creasing. Within; the past day or two there lias been a groat rush towards Sailors' Gully, and the diggers are reported as doing very well; A large nugget, weighing more than'7 lbs.j" was taken out last week on the Olil Hill, and the deep hole which was first.put down is still being worked with tremendous success. The other parts of Fryer's Creek, and more especially the town ship, is nearly deserted, and trade was never. so dull; nevertheless competition is very great in. trade. The only prospect of ft revival hero is a rush amongst the ranges and gullies behind the Cauip, or on the Sawpit Gully Road. A quartz reef was opened a few days since, about eight miles from here, near Orr's Station, and is reported as being very rich ; there are about forty miners lit work. The Taradale diggers arc going ahead: the sinking is very shallo...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Friday, October 12th. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate, and Mr. Macpherson.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Friday, October IStli. (Before tlio Stipendiary Magistrate, and Mr. Mac ' phorsoii.) Lahceny.—Jnines Dixon wis charged with/,lis offence. It appeared that oil the morning of Tubsdny lust, Mr. Harney, of tlio Bemligo Hotel, left his hod room leaving a watch chain and watch key on a dressing table. About twenty minutes afterwards Mrs.. Harney went into the room and found all ilireo gone. Both Mr. and Mrs. Harney distinctly identified each of the artiolos. Sergeant O'Neil, to whom information was given, ascertained that a gold chain had hcori offered for sale to Sir. Ilislop, the watchmaker; and having obtained a description of the person succeeded in capturing him tlio evening of tlio robbery on the road between the Bank of New South Wules and the Albion Hotel, and finding the property on him. Mr. Cutten, who appeared for tlio prisoner, reservod his defence. He was committed for trial. Tlio prisoner was again arraigned for stealing a gold' watch chaiu and two ...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

LOCAL COURT. Saturday, October 111. Present: Francis Jones, Esq., Chairman; Messrs. Mackenzie, O'Couor, Wetlierall, Hosken, Benson, and Denovan. Mr. Benson moved, anil Mr. Denovan seconded— " That any member of the Court wlio resigns his. office shall continue to act until his-successor is appointed." Carried. Letters were read from Messrs. Hulks and Cunningham, tendering their resignation; and two from the Colonial Secretary's office, the first stating that it was not usual for the Government to advertise their regulations in the papers; the other we give subjoined. The resignations of Messrs. Hulks and Cunningham were accepted. Mr. Mackenzie made some strong remarks upon the letter received from the Colonial Secretary's office with regard toitlie advertisement of the regulations, &c„ in the papers, and moved the following resolution, which was seconded by Mr. O'Conor. Messrs. Denovan, Benson, and Hosken also supported the motion.—" Tlwt a com mittee, consisting of Messrs, ...

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PATRIOTIC FUND COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

PATRIOTIC FUND COMMITTEE. A meeting of this Committee was held Inst Wednesday evening, nt the freemasons' Hotel—Mr. Sullivan in the chair.. The minutes having been confirmed, tlte following gentlemen were added to the Committee-Messrs. Turner, Gunn, Gruby, Cronm, Chalmers, ]3rocklebank, Marks, Cunningham, and Dr. Roche. Tlie following gentlemen were appointed sub-com mittees to forward tlie general object:—Sub-committee for tlie White Hills, Epsom, &c7, Messrs. Macpherson and Standisli ; for Engleliawk, &e., Messrs. Campion, Maeord, Kennedy, and Casey; Kangaroo Flat, &c., Mr. H. Skene and Drs. Smith ami Roche. A resolution was passed that a diggers' ball should be held at Mr. Hemingway's Royal Hotel, in aid of tha fund, and a sub-committee was appointed to carry out the necessary arrangements. A delegation was appointed to wait on Mr. Jacobs in reference to his giving a benefit in aid of the fund. Some other minor business having been transacted, the meeting ...

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REPRENTATION OF BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

KEPKES12NTATI0N OF BENDIGO. As the nunie of Mr. Jas. Grant, the solicitor for the Bal lanrut prisoners, liiis been mentioned in connexion with tile representation of (l)is district, we publish the fol lowing letter received from- him l)y ft gentleman in Sandhurst, liy which it will be seen that he is disposed to come forward as a candidate. Mr. Grant is spoken of in high terms by those who have hud an oppor tunity of being acquainted with Vim :— - " As I have only this moment (;V to fl p.m.) received your letter I am unable to answer it fully before next maildav. Meantime I may say that I am inclined to stand for Bendigo if I find I have any chance of success. I shall explain my political views (which you know are perhaps a little too democratic) at full length in my next. I am not in a position to incur a great deal of expense in contesting an election. I do not tliinlc any diggers' representative should be called upon to do so. But I shall lay my honest ambsitioere opinions on lea...

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CAPTAIN BROWN'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

CAPTAIN BROWN'S MEETING. Pinzr: Fight.—A placard under this head, issued by Captain Brown, calling a meeting oil iiie representation question, nt the Black Swan Hotel, together witli a pic torial poster announcing that Messrs. Dherany and Stebbing would give their " first performance of la Percha, and a grand rcrial double trapieze at an elevation of forty feet from the earth,'' in front of the Freemasons' Hotel, had the effect of drawing a large crowd in the vicinity of the two hotels, about .1 o'clock on Saturday afternoon last. At about 4 o'clock, Captain Brown having mounted his platform, explained that in accordance with his Announcement on the Saturday previous, he was about to lay beforo thein the names of certain candi dates for the honor of their suffrages. After dwelling on the importance of representation—the advantage of re turning a member from among themselves—tho difflculty of finding a really fit and proper person, &c., and dwell ing on tlie present state of ...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

PUBLIC MEETING. - I -A public meeting of the diggers residing at Epsom was lield yesterday afternoon, at J o'clock, (Mr. Hoskins in the chair),- to take into consideration tlie question of the miners' having been ordered by the Kesident Warden to leave certain ground used as a racecourse, -which it appears liaS been sub-let by tho trustees of this race course to, Messrs. Maiden and Martin for a term of three years." Tho said ground, .including the greater part of the Epsom diggings, known as the late rush, which arrangement deprives the miners of the use of four goad (lams, containing, about two months' supply of water, and at present supplying twenty large toms. Mr. Hoskins having explained the object x>f tho meet ing, Captain Brcmner pointed out tlie serious loss and injustice to tho miners in tlie district of such a measure. Mr. M'Dotigall stated that the matter could be easily settled by taking the xacccourso a proper distance from tlie gold workings. Mr. Brown, a digger, tho...

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CROWN LAND SALE AT SANDHURST, [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

CROWN LAND SALE: AT SANDHURST, Area. A. n.. : 0 0 3' On the 9th - October, 1855 :— i Name. Amount; £ s. d. 11 11 3 2 .. 0 o ar 1 Do .... 11 11 3 3 .. 0 0 37 .. Do .... 11 11 3 4 .. 0 1 1 ..' Do .... 12 10 0 5 .. 0 1 2 .. v Do .... 13 2 0 Subuhbax Lots. 1 .. 0 1 27 .. Henry Backlmus.... 44. 4 0 2 ..' '4 3 4 .. John W. Fricker.... 14 0 0 3 3 3 28 11 15 0 4 5 0 '0V .. John Wakeman . ... 13 15 0 5 .. 5 0 0 .. John Wnkeman and 12 10 0 0 .. 5 0 0 .. Do. do .... 12 10 0 7 .. 0 2 20 .. Thomas Comer .... 210 0 0 Country Lots. 14 0 0 25 .. Heury Holme 30 12 0 15 .. 7 2 8 .. do. • 8 (1 4 10 .. 12 3 '-0 Do. ...... .12 15 0 23 Oil 3 15 .. James Broadway j... 00 10 10 23: .. 45 3 10 .. Richard Done ..... 40 1(1 3 24 35 2 12 .. ,lohn:]3iinies 42 13 8: 95 37 1 21 .. Frederick Fonton .... 37 8 0 20 30 1 3!) ■Do. 30 0 10 27 .. OS' 2 11 Do, .. 08' 11 4 28 .. Ill 1 10 Do. 111 0 3 20 .. 70 3 34 .. Patrick Itynn ..-.... 70 10 0 31 17 '3 0 .. Daniel King < 17 15 0 32 30 0 3 .., Do. 30 0 3 33 .....

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THE OVENS DISTRICT. (From the Ovens and Murray Advertiser.) FACTS FOR SPECULATORS AND THE UNEMPLOYED. No. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

THE OVENS DISTRICT. (From the Ovens and Murray Advertiser.) FACTS FOR SPECULATORS AND THE UNEMPLOYED. No. 5 Of the various diggings in this district Yachandandah (sic) is perhaps, the one where there is the least dissatisfac- tion. There are very few men going about in search of employment, and many of the claims are being worked by small parties without capital. The sluicing opera- tions much resemble those carried on at the Woolshed, although the claims are not often owned by one capi- talist, as is frequently the case on that goldfield. In consequence, the grains are more equally distributed, there is less shouting, and we do not hear so much about the extraordinary richness of the locality. The diggings extend along the bed of the creek and its tribu- taries for a space of about twelve miles, the greater portion of that ground being already worked out. The miners are now, however, beginning to turn their atten- tion to the flats, and these are paying very well indeed, Osborne's ...

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POLICE COURT, SANDHURST. Saturday, 13th October, 1855. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

POLICE COURT, SANDHURST. • 'Saturday,',13th October, 1855. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Illegally at Large.—John M'Neef anil William Sooley were remanded for eight clays, on charge of being convicts illegally nt large. ' A Tale of a Tun.—Alexandor Scott and Ellen M'Mullen were charged by Jamc Cochrane with stealing a tub, together with certain cooking utensils, &c., from his tent, in Beelzebub gully. It appeared that' the fair Ellen had for four years been living with Coekrane ; but having taken a liking for Scott of late, they were the means of getting him a'month's residence in the gaol, at. the tennination of which period Coekrane claimed tlie tub, kettle, &o., the ownership of which was disputed by Ellen, she stating that Tom Coglin lind given them to her instead of a little money he owed her for washing; arid that she lmil in return given him a " billy'1 as he called it, to take to Mount Blackwood. The tub and some other article's to which the prosecutor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 16 October 1855

QUARTZ MINERS' ARM?, Iran Bark Gully. JCARNCROSS baa much pleasure in informing his • friends and ■ the public generally, that he has obtained a license for the above house. J. C. returns his sincerest thnnks for the support he received on the opening of his Hotel, and begs to assure nil parties that nothing shall be wanting on his part to merit a continuance of the patronage he has already received. Particular thanks to his "Iron Bark" friends. 14oetlG . , 15M.OREY, SADDJjEP., (Late' Moray and Knight), Betweet the Stores of Messrs. Dunn and Baytie and Parker and Macord, Pull Mull, • BEGS to return thanks to the public of Sandhurst for the patronage'they have accoided to him whilst in business, and in acquainting them that he has made several additions to. his stock of saddlery, &c., solicits a continuance of the same. Best Hunting Saddles mode to order. _ Gig and Carriage Trimmings neatly Repaired. Superior Neat's Poot Oil and Soft Soap always on hand 205 o 'MILK! MILK! MIL...

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EARTHQUAKES. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT OF THE AGE). [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

EARTHQUAKES. ("from a correspondent or the age). The alarm occasioned in Melbourne by the recent earthquake has naturally directed the people's attention to this fearful phenomenon, and induced tho consideration how fur we can, by a timely foresight, provide against those casualties, which are known to overwhelm dis tricts periodically visited by earthquake shocks. It unfortunately happens, however, that of all natural visitations, this particular one is the least apparent, and the one against the effects of which in the present state of science, human precaution can least avail. For though the science of man has taught him to avert the destructive thunderbolt from the venerable fane and the stately ship,—to pre dict the hurricane, and foresee the flood, yet no human skill can at present anticipate tho earthquake. Nor at first view does it appear possible to provide against its attendant evils, since the proudest and most stable works of human hands crumble in a moment into ruins, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

THURSDAY, the 8tli NOVEMlJpli, 1855. To Capitalists, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Licensed Victuallers, I'urties Seeking Investments, nml Gthejs. £plen<?id investment—Freehold Property. THE CtHTEIlION HOTEL,. Market-square, Sandhurst, . T MiVCPHERSON nntl CO. have begn honored wjfli' 14* instructions from the Trustees and tlio Mortgagees of tho Estate of Messrs, Wallacli. and Co., to offer to public conppetftion, (if not previously, disposed of by private contract)) on Thursday, the 8th November, j>ale to ;oominenc3 at 12 o'clock, on the premises. All tlmt Piece or Parcel of LAND, being a comer al • lotment, having a doable frontage of 105 ' feet, lacing Mnndy-strcet, and 250 feet lacing Dowling street, being allotments 17, 18, anil 1!), section 15, portion C, township of Sandhurst i v ; TOKJETHEft WITH ; Valuable and Substantially-built Upper-storied BUILI.JI jN'G, known as the CRITERION HOTEL. The House is in capital repair, considerable expense liaving ibeen lately in...

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LATE EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

LATE EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE.; ' The Adelaide journals acknowledge tlie receipt by the Warren Hastings, emigrant ship, from Southampton, of London papers of the, lltli July, and, tliey publish one day's later iretvs as extracted from them. Two days' later news from Sevastopol has been re* ceived. Oil the evening of the 7th July an attack was made by the enemy on tlio Mamelon and the Quarries, which was repulsed by the Allies with considerable loss to the assailants. Oil the Oth General Simpson had everything prepared to, open a heavy lire on tlie follow ing morning, upon tlie'Rcdan. Despatches from the Baltic fleet, off Cronstadt, dated July 2nd, had been received. Her Majesty's ship ,Ma gicionrie, on the 30th June, captured thirty Russian galliots in Werolax Day; twenty-nine of them, laden with granite, were destroyed. The fort of Hotsliinshain •was blown up by the Arrogant on tlie 20th June. No ■attack had been made on Cronstadt. In the House of Lords, on July ,10th, the Victoria Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

ROYAL HOT!', r,. — R. Hemingway, proprietor, tokfa tliis opportunity of inviting liis Friends and tliu Dijtaers to a TREE DINNER, to be given by him on Saturday next, 30th inat., at the Royal Hotel. Dinner on table at three o'clock. 2lfoct2o GOLD DIGGER'S COMPANION!! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. EXTRAORDINARY CORE OF ASTHMA!! OF AN OLD IiADY SEVENTY FIVE YEARS OF AGE. Copy of a letter from Mr. Thomas Weston, of Laun oeaton, Van Dieman'a Land, dated the Oth October, October, 1854.—" To Professor llollowa_y.—Sir—Grati tude compels me to moke known to you the extraordinary benefit an aged patent lias derived from the use of your Pills. My mother was afflicted for upwards of four and twenty years with nsthmn and spittimj of blood, it wns quite agony to see her stiller and hear her cough; I have often declared that 1 would give all I possessed to have cured V.er ; but although I paid a large sum for medicine and ad line, it was nil to no purpose. About three months ago, I thought perhaps your Pills...

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