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LATER ENGLISH NEWS. (By Electric Telegraph.) Queenscliffe, October 15th, 1855 10 o'clock, p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

LATER ENGLISH NEWS. (By Electric Telegraph;)"' Queeiiseliffe, October 15th, 3850 ' 10 o'clock, p.m. Arrival, of the Slinlimar, Captain Robertson,'with ten days' Inter news from Europe. ■ We have news to the 20tli July. DESPATCH l'HOM GENERAL PEL1SSTER. Crimen, July 15th.—About one o'clock the Russians made a sortie with three or four battalions, and iniule vain'efforts to currv nn ambuscade, in the glnees of the Mulakoif Tower. They were repulsed with loss. The combat was obstinate, and does honour to General Ubrick i who was on duty in the trenches. ' : DESPATCHES FROM GENERAL SIMPSON. London, Thursday, July 17.-—Nothing of importance lias occurred. The army is in good health. Another Russian sortie repulsed. July IS.—Sortie on the left attack, repulsed with only three disuniting on our side. Paris, July lihli.—Z't Pulriu of this evening says: " We are .assured that, according to news received this morning, the Russians attempted another sortie last night, about'ten Q'clock, agains...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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BENDIGO MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

I3F.XDIG0 5UEKET3. ""Thorp fa ft Blight ml-vtiuce perccptiblo in prices f»iuco our lost, with an tuureupcd firmness in' Hour and oaUj. Good Adelaide rtour in grvnt demand, ami would meat a ready sale. Wc expect a brisk demand for the coming we«k. Th« supply of summer goods is very small. Oilmen's stores inquired fur. The following arc tho prices obtained for the past week;-— Flour.—Adclnldo, £5,*) per ton-; Chilian, £50 to £W. Oats.—Scotch, 11*. per bunhrl. 3*ran.—Gs. to fis. 6d. per bushoi. IMaizi:.—10s. to lis. per bushel. OAteu, £20 per ton. , CiiAirF.^-3Us. per <jwt. ' » .Uauley.—12s. to 13s. por bimlioh ; Potatoes.—Good, £13 to £l6'per ton. Mutter.—Cork, 12s. por lb. Candles.—Sperm, Is. lOd. to 2s. per lb. Suoar.—Mauritius, £10 to £12 per toil; dark, £37 to £40. Tea.—Congou, .67 10s. prr chebt Coffee.—Ground, Is. per lb. .. Prans.—Roasted, U)d. por lb.; raw, no sale. Pickles.—Pints, lite, to lGd.per dozen; qimrtor, 14s. to Ifli. S. Jones, Auctioneer. Auction Mart, Pa...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL XEVTS. Although this weok has not been so brisk as regards transactions as the two preceding, tljcro hns boon a fair oiuouut of businoss doing. It is highly satisfactory to hoar testimony in all quarters of tho gradual growth of confidence in the market, UrcadBtuffs,—This market is firm, with a teiuloncy to ndvanco. Two of tho cargoes that have como in this week are hold, 'l'hn bareness of the other Australian markets Is known to be nearly equal to our own, and tho probability of tho arrival of any large speculative shipments from California and Valparaiso, or from other quarters, iB believed to bo very romoto indeed, In Sydney firsts flour is £10 per ton, and lu Adelaide £rj(\per ton. Tho mar. tot continues altogether bare of wheat, Oats aro still a drug, and it is 'impossible to give a quotation. Tho principal holders keep aloof, but there arc atlll outside Rollers, at uurcmuuorativo rates Groceries.—There Is mora demand for candles; and pure sperm Bclmouot an...

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RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

BACE MEETING. At n. meeting of the Itaee Committee; held at the Free mason's Hotel on Monday .pvening last, Mr. SnUivan. having been voted to the chair,—it was agreed, Tlmt five Out of the thirteen stewards, already ap pointed, be requestedto act as working stewards, viz.— Messrs. Turner, Ganby, Stondiah, Harney, and Captain 13 ell. That the remainder of the stewards be requested to assist the five acting, in collecting, &o. { That Mr. J. Gardiner be requested to act as cieri of the course. . That the secret/iry be instructed to obtain printed lists for subscriptions, and to distributo thom amongst, the stewards. : The meeting was then adjpurned- r -. . . ■

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1855. THE MEETING OF MONDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

THE BENDIGOUDTHRTISER. PROGRESSION, OUIi KIOUTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1855. THisi MEETING OF MONDAY EVENING. Several consideration* are unavoidably forced upnu our notice by the report of the meeting of Monday evening, which appears in the columns of this day's issue. To begin at the beginning, the Chairman, Dr. "Vfcili, a gen-1 tleuian of tlio best intentions, evidently did. not understand the duties of his position. We ;hardly imagined that any man required to be told that a chairman should show no partizan ship—that rigid impartiality was an absolute requisite, and that this impartiality was totally lost sight of when a chairman began to discuss' and to wrangle with the spoaRers. The genoiwl "impatience and murmurs of discontent should have satisfied him that -.lie >vas 'doing wrong, oven if not otherwise conscious of it. Of course it was quite competent to'Dr. Wall, or to any other gentleman, to urge the desirability of electing Captain Boll, or the public...

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FIERY CREEK. (From the Maryborough Correspondent of the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

. ■ ; FIEUY CHEEK. (From tKc Maryborough Corespondent-of tiic. Argus.) I No one talks or thinks-of anything now but Fiery Creek. 'The population at the lowest estimate amounts to thirty-five thousand, and diggers, storekeepers; medi cal'men,-lawyers, etAoc ffcinis omuc, keep streaming in lioth from this district und Ballaarut in a way which ■will soon make it as important a field as any in Victoria. The jfljuls are still in a dreadful state. This arises frorii the almost incessant rain which hits fallen for the last three weeks, and no considerable change for the better is likely to take place for some time to come. People ■who have been accustomed to an established gold-field, "witli its large Government establishment, good hotels, :stores, banks, &c., would be astonished at the primitive ■ appearance .of Fiery Creek. ' At length six troopers have 'lien sent up there, but this number is quite inadequate >to the wants of the place, tlobberies, committed almost in public, ...

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BALLAARAT. (From the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

B A L L A A RAT. (From the Star.) From the Gravel l'its to • Scotchman's Hill wo lieir of tlic fame grevious complaint, water, it ia water here, < water there, and water everywhere, ami the depths to which shafts are now sunk to reach the bottom thu trouble of reducing it by manual labour ia greatly in creased, na it ia evident that it requires more power in a given turn to raise the same volume of water near!v 200 feet than it did to raise it ISO feet. There is not 'jjly the difficulty of increased and increasing depth, buc'.»p jmrently a larger hodv of water ns well; every day con firms the opinion that the aid of stenin machinery must be resorted to, not only to save unnecessary labour, but to keep tho lead in such a state as to be nt all workable. The population of this sub-district (the main lead or middle) is rapidly decreasing, a few rushing to Fiery Creek and the majority to Magpie; Eureka is also at tracting some, so that in a month or two Bakery Hill and Speoima...

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ELECTION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

ELECTION MEETING. A mooting of.persona interested in tlio question of the forthcoming elections of representatives for this'district linil township, convened by tlie eominitteo of the Miners' Protection Association, was held tit the Exhibition Build ing on Monday evening last. About 300 persons were present, (the majority of whom were diggers.: In the unavoidable absence of Mr. Sullivan, who was to have taken the chair, Dr. Wall filled'that office, During the early part ol' the proceedings some slight confusion arose out of an objection that was taken to the numerous com ments made by the chairman 011 the various .addresses. It was, however, speedily allayed by that gentleman's gracefully vacating the chair, in compliance with a wish • to that eU'ect expressed by the'meeting. The rest of the proceedings were then conducted with great unanimity, and listened to with apparently great interest. As will be observed, sevenir speakers addressed the assembly, which dispersed shortly after ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

S HIP LUN G INTliLLIGrliN 0 l£. POUT pK MICr/KOUUNK • \ AltllTYEI). - . v October 13.—Tlmno of Fife, schooner, from Adelaide 8th inst.; Hellespont, 8.«.a., from Sydney Otli inst., Willi sl\ cabin mid thirtv J\?o Htoerag© passengers;' GnUlu, brix, from Newcastle,' N.S.W., jjflth tilt.; Launceston, barque, from Newcastle, N.S.W., 27th ifit.; tffeirnv.l$ird,.s.s.&,;from, Port.Albert; Ga^ejio, schooner, from Chatham Island. 2l«t uU.; Telogniph,"* &s.a.,' from 'Sydney 10th inst.»;vith eighteen cabin ami fifty:ytx,str,eraKO passengers; Crys tal Painco, U. S. ehip, from • Xe.rYoric 271 h June, with six cabin and Afty-nlue intermediate passengers,. October 14.—Whlto Swnn, 8.9.3., from Adelaide and Portland Jlth inst., with seven nablu and forty-foursteerage passongers; Black Swan, B.s.s., from LnunccH»on 12tli lust., with ten cabin rtnd clovou stoemgo pasa&ngors; Dobanns, sehoonor, from T,annceston • 1 Lth inst.; Queen, s.h.s., from Belfast nud Wamiambool Kith inst.,...

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

rpHK BENDIGO ADVERTISER, the (irsl L newspaper on the Victoria floldficlds, unJ the beat Inland Advertising Medium in (lie colony, P-UBLISHKD EYBR1 TUESDAY, THURSDAY AHD SATURDAY Morning, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the township of the district of Bendigo, the Metropolitan Cloldtield of Australia. The Brndioo Advertiser lias tho most extensive circulation of any provincial paper in tho colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium must lie at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only the CAriTAt. of ono of the Largest Cioi.nFiBLDS, but is the mart of the extensive Pastoral District ■comprising the valleys of the Loddon and Campaspib, and the wide and fertile plains extending to the Murray. Tho political principles of this journal are liberal—such n8 are almost universally recognised as in accordance ■with the development of a young and vigorous colony into a nohlo and world-renowned nation. The local interests of Bendigo will, of course,...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

SAKD1TUKST WHOLESALE MtlCES CUEUEXT. Ailvcrtiscr Office, Wednesday" Kvpnmjr. ! Wo arc happy to voport an improvement in our markctssinoo last report. Flour and oats assume an unusual firmness. Good Adelaide Hour i» now needed in the market, and largo parcels could bo moved off with advantage. Inquiries have lic-en made •for summer goodn, which at preseirt aro rather scarce.^, Vr.'ouR.—Adelaide, £50 fo £55 per ton ; Chilian, £1S to £52. Oath.—Scotch, 10w. to lis. per bushel. 31»as.—&s. to On. fid. per bushel. Maizb.—l-'te. to 1?>8. per bushel. Chap?*.;—NO*. p<ii* ewC 3Uw.f.y.—12s. to Ms. Kay.—Oaten, £25 to £26 per ton. Oandi-hp.—Sperm, Is. flu. to 2r. per lb. SroAi;.—Mauritius, £10 to P. 12 per ton; common, £.9$ to £-10. Tea.—£7 30s. per cheat.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

CO JIM E R CI A L IN TE LL1 QIC N C13. SAXDirUUST GOLD MARKET. ^(fvrrtfscr Office, "NYertncsdw ovenlnff. Gclil ifi'still quoted nti£^?M3. (M,

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 16th October, 1855. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) KILLING A KID. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS Tuesday 16th October, 1855   (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.). KILLED A KID   Frederick Brownlow Long gully, was-charged by     Thomas Warren with maliciously killing a kid his pro- perty. The kid had been very troublesome to defendant, who had, with the consent of prosecutor, struck it on such occasions; and on the last striking it with his fist, the kid fell dead. Under the circumstances the Bench, dismissed the case.       IH3CIIATt01*D. - v.". William Buttorworth, charged willi drunkenness; Thomas Middigan, and Paddy Murphy, on a charge of drunkenness and assault, prosccutor not appearing. \ Bbl-liUUUi •: I'i'liomns Briggs, on the jitfevice of Mr. Cutteti, pleaded guilty to this charge, in extenuation of which Mr. Cutteu urged the general good character of.his' client,, who was working in quartz, and merely retailed u few nobbier.-) to his immediate friends, mor...

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 13th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

MELBOURNE. TFllOM OUE OWN OORKESPONDENT.l October :13 th, 1855. It appears that, tho new bank has not aban doned the title it assumed, and to wbioh the Bunk of Australasia objected, as an infringe ment of their rights. '1'lie court, however, has now given judgment, and has direqted the motion to stand over until the plaintiff's bring an action nt law upon the issue; whether any injury is likely r.o arise to the Bauk of Aus tralasia from the assumption of the title adop ted by the new bank. Mr. James Skupley, a candidate foi the honor of representing North liuurke, appeared at the district court on Wednesday Inst, to prefer a chanje of embezzlement against Mr. Gason, his sun-in-liur, in having disposed of part oi'his stock, to the alleged value of between £(300 and £700. The young man has been but a fc-.v weeks married, and was generally believed to have succeeded tojhis father-in-law's business; but of cour.se I have no knowledge of these family arrangements. The magistrate presidin...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE DIGGERS. (Per favor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 October 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.   TO THE DIGGERS.       Per favor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) Gentlemen.—On Saturday next you will be called upon to elect three members for the Local Court, in the room of Messrs. Emmett, Cunningham, and Hulkes, resigned. Are you coming to the meeting to exercise   your electoral privileges or are you to stop away and   allow the monopolists to return their men ? I hope you will answer the first question in the affirmative, and if yon are alive to your own interests yon will do so, and turn out to a man.   Alluvial and quartz miners, I would respectfully ad- vise you to unite together, and return the "right men for the right places," otherwise you will soon have cause to repent of your neglect. Depend upon it, the opposite party will be there in full force ; and, unless every man of you follow their example, your friends will be swamped and your cause lost. Therefore ...

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CONSTITUTIONAL STRUGGLE IN HANOVER. Hanover, Thursday, 19th July. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

CONSTITUTIONAL STRUGGLE IN HANQVKB. Hanover,'Thursday, 19lli July. The resignation of the. Cabinet is hourly ex pected. Couut Platen who liaB arrived at Paris, will, it is said, bo the new premier.

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NEW CAMP. Woolwich, 19th July. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

NEW CAMP. Woolwich, 19th July. An additional camp is now being formed on the common. .Huts are to be put up to aceom-. modate 1,000 rank and file. An order has. been received to prepare 5,000 Lancaster shells. Rumour says they are for the Bultic fleet.

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

'THIS WA.R. , Of the 'progress of the war in the Crimea there is not a greatf 'deal to.be saitl. Sinco the unsuccessful! attempt upon the Maliikofr and the lie dan, on the 18th ultimo, followed so soon by the death of Lord Raglau, there has been, not exactly a pause, but ut any rate a slower rate of progress. The approaches and covered works are car ried on with great difficulty, and, as the nights are short, and the moonlight is bright, there is not much time to work unseen by the enemy. Our men are dreadfully exposed to the Russian fire, und a 'detachment of riflemen the other evening in leavini: the trenches was decimated by grape-shot, The poor brave fellows who compose' the army are looking anxiously for the day when they can accomplish some great movement against the foe ; but it is said the MalakofT is rendered stronger than ever, and Prince Grortscbakoff boasfs of having received reinforcements. The Russians are making much of their only success, and a magniloquent address t...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. (By Electric Telegraph.) Queenscliffe, October 15th, 1855, Half-past ten p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

(By j^.lcctric Telegraph.) Queenscliffe, October 15th, IS Ilalf-pasfc ten p.m. Shalimar, Captain Robertson, from Liver pool, 20th July, 230 passeDgera. The,news from the seat of war extend to the 19th July Nothing of importance had occurred . The army was in good health. . General Pelissier, in 'his despatches, men tions' desperate sorties of the .Russians, but that they were repulsed successfully. The Russians are investing tho city of Kars with thirty-six thousand men. The Turks Wvere'expected to retreat to Erzcroum. " The intelligence of the progress of the war in the Crimea was rather satisfactory. . . ;Iiord J; Russell resigned office as Secretary for the'Colonies on tho'l6th July. His reason for so doing was, that lie would not compro mise the credit of the Ministry by- remaining in it. ; The vacancy would not be filled till the close of tho pending debate on Sir Edward Lytton Bulwer's motion. The public sales of wool commenced on the 5tli July, and continued to date. 80,000 b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

Publications THIS DAY IS PUBLISHED, AT VIEW POINT, THE COURIER OF THE MIXES, A newspaper to lie devoted chiefly to tho Political, •Social, and Commercial Interests of the Miners of Conducted by.R. R. HAVERFIELD, Esq. 'HE Proprietors, in malting the present announce 1 raent, feel warranted in asserting, from the extent of the resources at their command, and the iTiaturo of the arrangements into which they have ■ licen enabled to enter, that their undertaking cannot fail to mcec with the most triumphant anil entire ■ success. SANDHURST, Tiik First Number o? Victoria, fheir olijcct being to render the COURIER of the MIXES the XjBAdin® Joukvai, of tho Victorian •<iold(ields, neither trouble nor expense linvo boon, or ■will be spared to form such an establishment as may ensure tho most satisfactory results. The Metropolis of the Goldfields has been selected as the most appropriate locality for carrying out hucIi '.intention ^ and while tho Wealthy- and Important District of Be...

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