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

T ETTERS.for tlio following persons tivo now'lylng at tlio office of this ipaperAlfred Chandler. Mr. Swift, and JJcuuiB Jl'Namnra.

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

THURSDAY, fho Sth N0VKM13ER, 1855. To Capitalists, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Licensed Victuallers, Puvfics Seeking Investments, and p fliers, Splendid Investment—Freehojd Property.- , THE CRITERION HOTEL, Hnrket-sqnare, Sandhurst . .■.*. r 1JACPHERSON and CO. have been honored with' _Ji instructions from tlie Trustees and tlio JJortgagees T pf tlio Estate of Messrs. \yallach and Co., to''offer to public competition, (if not previously disposed of by private contract), on Thursday, the 8tH November, pale to commenec at 12 o'clock, on the premises. AU that Piece or Parcel of LAND, being a corner al lotment, having n double froufuge of 335 feet , facing Mun(jyrstreet,'nnd 250 feet facing Dowlirig street, being allotments 17, 18, wid 10,'section ^ IS; portion C; tpwnship of Sandhurst! • TOOETHEB WITH ... That Valuable nnd Substantially-built Upper-storied ' BUILDING, known as the " '• CRITERION HOTEL. The HoiSie'is in cnfiital repair, considerable expense having been lately iucurrcd in...

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

KOTICES TO CORItliSPONDE.NTS. JTho verses by " W. IT. P." Iiavo some merit, but in their imper-' feet state arc unfit for insertion. Patriot's" gcommunioatiou wo tiro compelled to doclino for • wont of spacq.- "

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1855. THE NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

I THE BENBISO ADVERTISES, PROGRESSION* Olnj RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1855. THE NEW CONSTITUTION. Tho New Constitution is at last a reality. ■ All the" tedious stages of official routine linve been passed, and the Act of Parliament ratify ing its adoption by tho people of Victoria, lias been received from England by the Shalimar. The third reading in the House of Lords took place on the I3th of July, and in the 'Sun* of the 17th, it was announced that it had had . received the royal assent by royal commission on tho 16th. We are not aware whether offi ' cial ^intimation has been transmitted to the authorities herq from the home government, but , at all events yery little time oaa now elapse before the New Constitution becomes the law -of. the land. Those men who have battled so long and so arduously for that , just extension of freedom to which the peqplo of this colony are entitled, will find in this advent of respon sible government good cause for triumph an...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE DIGGERS. (Per favor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. : *l'0 THE DIGRKHS.' '' ' (Per favor of the Bcndigo Advertiser.) : Gentlemen.—'To-day, ns I said in my last; you will be called upon* to! eleot 'three;members fbr tlio Local ■ Gonrt. You are aware, I suppose, that it: is: now imore incumbent upon you to eleot good men than at the last ' • election, inasmuch as the Local C-onrt have now tlip power of dealing with the lease question, and I trust that yott will sift vour candidates well-on that point ' before holding up your lmndsfor them.' The following jgontlemen,tlicm workiinMiuiiorsi-huvo, at a. great satrifice to themselves, consented to stand as eandidatea for your suffrages, namely. Messrs. Jones, Jainieprm, and Oourun, and if you ara true to your own interests you will oleet them. Diggers, remember to bring with you- your Miner'e ■■ Iticrllt. . " ■ ' v.",* Yours, &5., i '\y. D. C.rDBNOVAN. Qctobor 20. .LiMie.iaresscga^flasacrrraw.'raxHTK-'.ivaju^L^v'* "V'liw As we have been given to understand t...

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ELECTION OF MEMBERS FOR THE LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

ELECTION OF MEMBERS FOR THE LOCAL COURT. As will be observed by an advertisement in to-day's issue, the qualified miners of the district will be called upon to day to, eleot members for the Local Court, in the room of Messrs. Emrnett, Hulkes, and Cunningham, wlio have..resigned their seats. The election will be held in the government oarop at four o'clock this afternoon. \ Now, we wish to direct attention to this subject for two purposes, the one is to urge upon the miners the desirability of their selecting suitable men as members, and the other is.to protest against the absurd lottery-box system which was pursued at the first election. We are pretty well convinced that the Consti tution of the Local Court is objectionable, but whether this• is'"'the case 'or. not., there can bejio question about the necessity' of elect ing tJid' best moa. Tha diggers have had some experience of the working of the Court, and they must by this time be satisfied that experience and judgment are infin...

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OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

■ OFFICIAL' MEMOIIA.NDA. ..Number of Minors' Rights issued duriug week ending 13th October, -145, nt XI .. <G1-J5 0 Business Licenses, do. do., (J, at £10 .. .... . . 00 0 Do. do., . do. do.,'. 3, at'£&■ .. .. 10 0 Do.' do., ■ do. do., 25, nt £2 10b... . 119 10 Chinese Protection Tickets, 1028,nt .£1 .. 1538 0. £1805 10 Amonnt of gold deposited in the Gold Office during tlio' week ending 13th inst., U83 ozs. ■ ■ Amount of cash deposited in the Gold Office duringthe week ending,lilth inst., £70. Amount of gold withdrawn, 420 ozs. 10'ilwts. ■Baliuicefromaiiiing on 13th inst., 14754 ozs. of gold, and £323(1 cash. Amount of gold and cash forwarded to Melbourne by escort on Tuesday, the lOtli inst., 9824 ozs. 10 dwts. gold, and £1074 cash.: , JNumber of Miners' Uights issued up to 1.0th i • inst, 171, nt £1 .. .. .. .. .. .. £171 ;0 Business Licenses,! 31, nt .t'3 10s... .. .. -77 10. - 'Do. t ilo., 4, nt £5 .. .. .... •• 20 0 Do, do., I), nt £10 .. .. .. ... no 0 Chin...

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FAILURE OF LOCAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

FAILURE OF LOCAL COURTS. It is with considerable regret that we notice the very great probability of the failure of the Local Courts recently constituted on the gold fields. In every institution there are difficul ties attending its first working;' and it is only reasonable to expect that this should he the case 'with these courts. But the difficulties that have arisen are so numerous, and the dis satisfaction with the working of the Local Courts so general, that we are satisfied some radical change must be made in the constitution and the working of the courts before they will give general satisfaction, and realise the ex pectations that have been entertained of them. We believe that we, on Bendigo, have had less reason to complain of our court than any of the goltlBelds. As a rule, the gentlemen com posing it have done credit to the choice of the diggers. They have been painstaking, and have endeavored to consult the interests of themining community in the regulations they have pa...

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

THE NEW MINERAL., We have 'received the 'subjoined '.opinions as to tho ■deposit lately discovered near Geelong. Tlie.second of these is from Mr." 13rown,.Metallurgist to the Allianeo Quitz Crushing Association, who promises farther infor mation:— " This is a most valuable' discovery, being certainly not inferior to that at the Ovens, of gold and tin ore. 'The now 'mineral.contains, besides metallic gold, a huge proportion of sulphuret of copper, (glance copper, not X«1qu<i, for which it mis taken), malachite, and azurito, Jill valuable ores of copper. .The most remarkablo fact connected with the discovery is the great abundance of the richest ores (if copper along with the precious metal, fot hitherto in Victoria the commonest ore has been found in-comparatively small quantities. It would thus ' appear that tlfe colony possesses not only the finest gold n its native state, but also, associated with it, tlia b03t ores of tin and copper.—W.B." " The specimens tested contai...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POUT OF "MrXttOUKNT.V '• . ^AhnTVT.Dj/;. . October Ifl.—rSlmUmar, royal, matt ship, from Livorpoql jhjhi puly, with-fourteen chblh and three ihundrind Interroflrtlato and • stesrogo passengers; Siren, schooner from T^ombock flrd ult. October 17.-rJameR Paton, barqiie,'from Glasgow 22ml duly; WarnUih, A. S. N. Co/a s.R.y., FrornSydne/ l<Hh instant, with six cabin Rnd fifty-eight steerage pas3nry?or3; Kos3Utl)>schooncr, from 3fnuritius 1st ult., with" two cabin passengers; Champion, s. s. s., from Portland 16th instant, with nino cabin praiengors. . • AT tjib iir.vns. » r. Oclobor46.--HarHftf. "NiitTiftn, bftV<iuov, from Hobart.l'own; Kos pu'h,-schooner, from Mauritius. Qctqbor !?"«—JIaldof-tho Valley, sclioonor, from Lanuceston. I'HOJIJOtKn DEPARTURES. For Lnr.nfonT,.—Champion of tho Sefi3, royal mull ship, 25th Octotfor; Shaliroar, roval mail ship, lOth Novcmber. . For LoKpoNf-rrAdmirnl, 3«t Hocemmber. . . . . . . For: Caltao.—Astern B...

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

HE BE N DIG 0 AD VICKTISEIt, tlin first I I. nowspaper on the Victoria Goldfiolds, and the beat Inland Advertising Merlimn in tlio colony, I'OBLISUED EVEIl\ TuiiSDAY, TlIUItSDAY AND saturday Is printed and published at! Sandhurst, the township of the district of Beudigo, tlio Metropolitan Goldtield Australia. The Qekdioo Advertiser 1ms the most extensive circulation of any provincial paper in'the colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium must be at once perceivcd when it is known that Sandhurst is not only the caimtai, of one of the LiAkcikst Goi.dkiei.ds, but is the mart of the extensive 1'astoral District comprising the valloys of the Loddon and Cahpasi'IE, and tho wide and fertile plains extending to the Murray. The political principles of this journal are liberal—such as 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...

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SANDHURST HORSE MARKET. October 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

SANDHURST HOHSK MAKKET. Oetobe»19. Our market during'ftho week lias been well supplied, although of ruther an inferior description, and prices hqyc, in cousequence, wooded slightly. Good, welb'conditloncd draught hor3os," up to & ton," about fifteen bands high, are in domand, and would realiso fair prices—Bucb being the stamp to moot the rcquirerflcnlfl of this place. Good hacks hove been pushed oft at remunerative rates, Good tip carts in demand at tho quotations.' , We may quote as follows\ Common hacks, £10 to £20; good do. and. light harness horses, £20 to £35; good draught horses, £10 to <£G5; hoavy do'., ho enquiry. • " ' ' • Tip conn, £20 to £35. L. MA-CrilEUSOK A CO., ltorao Busanr, Sandhurst. October 19, At the commencement of the -week our'horse market dieplayed a languid spirit and an abscnco of buyers, but towards tho oloso a reaction took place, which 1* still ipaintained. Altogether, prices Are low—light harness horses beingr in better domand. Hough ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 'Advertiser' Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

COM. A J EI? CI A L IN T K LLIG-13 N OK. SANDHURST WHOLESALE I'WCES CUHIIKXT. 'Advertiser* Office, 'Trhlny Evening. V The tr^nsftotiona of llio Tvoek in otir market, although not vory extensive,'havo evinced u great, deal of firinncss on the part of holders of goods;'the lavge stocks Uiat have so long depressed -this market have been gradually "worked off, Wo aro informed, from reliable source*, that stocks in tlio bnck gullies ore almost exhausted, and small storekeepers will soon bo obliged to como* into the market to replenish their stocks. Cartngo continues high for tho season of the year, and, us 110 large supplies from town tire fxpected at present rates, prices of staple article of consumption "will remain firm for sojtie time/ ~ Oats.—BestScotch contlimo in good flemand, 'at JOs. Od. to lis . • per bushel; Cape, 8s. Od. to 03. • V, D. Lund, lis. Gd.jto 123.' —the high rates of cartage preventing any fresh supplies from coming into tho market Bran.—Best Adelaide, in moderate ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. BENDIGO TRUISMS. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. BENDIGO TRUISMS. To the Editor of the Bcndiao Advertiser. Sir,—Persons nt ft distance perusing the critical ob servations contained in n. leading article appearing in tha Ventliyo shlvvrthnr of the lOtli instant, under tlio heading of " Blackguardism Hampant," would be led to imagine tliat these remarks applied to the great mining community of this goldfield, both collectively and individually, and not exclusively to the mob of drunken mid disorderly characters found " noblerising" in every tavern in Sandhurst <>n Saturday afternoons, . and who patronise " stump oratory," and the ranting clap-trap of the political great guns of Bendigo, Now, sir, I am prepared to prove that the individuals alluded to ill the avticle of the Advurtbcr do not constitute " the diggers" of Bendigo, or do they represent a tithe of the great mining community of the 'Metropolitan Goldiield of Victoria. It \Vould be absurd and' unjust to condemn a church or n religion f...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

MELBOURNE. PoLrticAt Cmsts inTasmania.—A ..public meeting " / of ftie citizens of Melbourne was liehi on. Monday at the Criterion Hall, for tlie purpose of expressing, their . sympathy with the Legislative Council of Tasmania in '■^Slieir prosent straggle against the arbitrary aud despotic power brought to bear against their legal privileges by tJie Governor of that colony. . - : The meeting was convened by the Worshipful the Mayor of Jlelbourno, in consequence of a inquisition, very numerously..signed by the inhabitants of the city mul its vicinity. The hall was densely crowded, mid a very eager interest was manifested 111 the proceedings. Amongst the gentlemen present were Messrs. Chap • man, Fawkner, Hodgson, Nicholson, O'Shanassy, Snod grnss, MJCullocb, Home, the Mayor of Melbourne, Dr. iltubling, Mr. O'Brien, Dr. Greeves, M.L.C.s; Mr. Westgaitl), Mr. Josephs, Mr. S.' Masters, Mr. Bowden, Mr. Siclicl and others. The Mayor of Melbourne occupied the chair, and ■opened the proceedi...

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SALE OF CROWN LANDS AT SANDHURST, [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

SALE OF CROWN LANDS AT SANDIIUEST, On the 10th October, 1855 :— Lot. Area. Name. Amount. A. B. P. £ s. d. 3 . . 22 3 27 . .. Henry Hall 22 18 5 4 . . 40 2 30 . . Michriel M'Namara 40 13 9 0 . . 35 3 20 . . The Trustees of the Bpndigo Gold District Gpueral Hospital. 35 17 0 10 . . 14 0* fl . . Jahes Eicliardson .. 14 0 0 11 . .15 0 25 . . Do. .. 15 3 1 12 . . 10 0 0 . 10 0 0 23 . . 23 0 10... . Phillip Keilly 22 1 ,3 24 . . 14 1 18 . Do. ....... 14 7 3 27-'. . 83 3 38 . . Phillip Beilly ....... 33 10 9 Sandhurst. 1 . • o 0, 39 . 12 4 0 A215 1 13 ..... .£327 0 9 SALE OF! CllO'WN LANDS AT SANDHURST, • On Ilio 17th October, J855:— . 30 ,0 20 William Gray . . . ; 78 7 3 , 0 3. 8 Jolm Hooper - ...... 3 4 0 .190 0 0 ,Tallies Hall 190 .0 0 . 13 1 13 Andrew Inglis .. .... 13 0 8 . 20 2 23 Henry Hail ....... 20 12 11 . ' 1-4 1 38 'David Jack . li' i'O 0 . 18 1,30 Do. ...U. 18 7 3 . 24 3 5 Henry Hal} : ....!. 24 15 8 A327 2 20 £300 9 0 Mn. Colemax.—AVc tire. glnil to perceive that this gentlem...

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To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

To the Editor, of the Ihndiqo Advertiser. > Sir,*—I fully concur i'u the sentiments you have boldly enunciated in reference to the proceedings of the Local Court Members and the open air agitators, and if you will permit me space for n few renuirks upon n vexed question I shall be much obliged. The elections, lixcd for the yOtli, offer an opportune boon to those liberal-minded diggers desirous of making nu honest livelihood to select such candidates who will assist to disclaim the primitive ideas of the Denovan partv, where they maintain the circumscribed operations of working miners to the letter of the laws in Council suited only to days gone by. I ask, are not storekeepers, blacksmiths, puddlers, and others, in possession of allu vial claims besides their legitimate business '!■ Where fore then should we diggers be dictated to by an over sanguine and deluded class, who will not understand the injury they are inllicting upon their brethren by continually rating against pluralit...

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HOTELS AND COACHES. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

HOTELS AND COACHES. To the Editor of the Bendhjn Advertiser., Sin,—On a recent visit to tmvn.u became my unlor tuniue lot to stay at tlio Principal "Hotel, of Ciistlemaine, where gentlemen wishing to get a privute room 'are shown •into a dormitory containingeight or more.iron stiutchers, and informed that no better accommodation exists in .Castlemaine. The excuso for a sitting room contained a Yankee gentloinan(?) with his heels resting on (he only table iu the room, und his wife sitting near the fire. The moisture of the Americans, hoots, and the lieut of. the Are created anything hut a pleasing odour in the room, and foe which reason your humble servant had to ab-. squatlulutc. Oil the.sauio day the Coach, (Cpbbs), from; Melbourne, was racing with the opposition one, Howard's., nnd while turning: round a comer with that reckless, speed peculiar to those Yankee drivers, the affair upset and to use a Colonial term, " spilled" the passengers out,, breaking faces, aud promiscuously mi...

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LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

LOCAL COURT. Before Francis Jones; Esq., Chairman, Messrs. Mac kenzie, O'Coiinnr, Deiiovnn, Benson, and Hosken. . The case of Miiller d. Pollen was again brought before the Court. The iilainti/l' stated that the defendant had not complied with the decision of the Court ordering liim to pay a.certain sum of money within a given time. A fresh summons was granted. The Court then proceeded to consider applications for leases, when a general mid sharp discussion ensued. Mr. Denovan moved a resolution which lie had also proposed at the previous sitting of the Court, " That no leases he granted." It again fell to the ground not having been seconded. Wm. Foote's application for twenty yards of Bignell's reef, Long Gully, was granted. He was told tliat his miner's right would entitle him to this extent of ground, but he said that he preferred the security of a lease. James Brice applied for thirty yards of an unopened reef in Long Gully between Browne's and M'.uiroe's machine; there were fou...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. October 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 October 1855

SAXDIIUBST IUtODUCE JIAHKETS. OctoberlO. . Our market during the poet weok has been very firm; the go* ^leriil aspect is improving. Wo notico^ nn advance in carrij^o in town, and drays scareo. " ..: Flour.—Adelaide, is much enquired after, and Tory scarce. Oats.—Scotch,'firm ut our quotations. t- . ' [ Bran.—Xo change. ^ 1 • Hay.—Oaten,'remains the same. Some quantity hae been moved this week at £-25 per ton. Stocks aro low. Iticei—Patha, Higher. May quote an advance of £!per ton. .. Candles.—Dull of sale. following aro^our quotations':— Fr.oun^—Adolaidfi, £>>& per ton; Chilian,£w. , Oats.—Scotch, IDs. 6d. to lis. per bushel. ' Biux.—5s. Od. to 5s. Ud. per bushel. ''' Chaff.—80s. per cvrt. ' Oatbn 31a\\—£25 to £28 perlon. 7 . Suoah.—Mauritius, £l0 per ton; .Cos.siporo, Ko, 1, £AV. - Hick.—Piitim,'£47 to'£-18.per ton. ■*' . UurrEtu—Cork, Is. ltid. to P.s/pcr lb. Caxpi.es.—Sperm, If. lOd. to 2s. per lb. * Pickles*—Pints, lis. por dozen; quarto, 15s. &AKD1MKS.—i-t...

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