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FIERY CREEK. (Correspondent of Mount Alexander Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 October 1855

I'MKIiY CREEK. (Correspondent of J)fount Alexander jlfa't!.) * Two or three miles of a street of stores great and .small intermixed with plenty of sly grog shops ; while on the hills, in the lints, in the gullies, everywhere, diggers' tcmis meet the eye. The numbers are now believed to be 40.000. and on the increase. It is thought these diggings will hold till the summer, when? then no water can-be hud nearer thnn the Creek (Vicry proper) about two miles hence, where there are hundreds doing u good trade. The want of ft camp gold office is still felt, and leaves one still unable to state the probable quantity of gold raised weekly, but that it is very eonsiderable there can be no doubt, as the hi;?h charges now made for every thing are so fur from crippling the diggers that they are actually buying gold watches and rings out of their piles. It would be but leading your mining readers astray to say that this or that part of these diggings is the right place, as every day they are rus...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 19th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 October 1855

MELBOURNE. [FROM oun OWN COItltE&PCWDENT.] October 10th, 185S. The intelligence brought by the Slinlimnr of the war like operations of the Allies, presents 110 incident of im portance. Lord Jolm Russell's acquiescence in the ul timatum proposed by Austria for Russia, which was rejected by his colleagues, lias led to the secession of the Noble Lord from the Cabinet. This event has. occurred without any popular demonstration in his favor, affording another example of the instability of political greatness. Lord John Russell, the leader of the whig party, under whose guidance the greatest modern revolutions were achieved, by a skilful management of the npp'iauces in herent in the British Constitution, perverted, impaired, and corrupted, as it had been by the misrule of the tory oligarchy, lia3 resigned office, at a most critical con juncture of national affairs, as if he was an ordinary man; and that liis experience, sagacity, consummate prudence, and thorough English good sens...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 20th October, 1855. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 October 1855

. . COURT OF PETTY SESSION'S. Saturday, 20lh October, 1935....... (Before ite Stipendiary Mnsistmte.V • PnoTECTips Tickets.—Eleven Chinese rejoicing ;in all sorts of celestial ampliations',nacompAmed by. more than an equal number of friends filled''the court, to an swer a charge of not lm-ying provided' themselves with protection tickets. It appeared that twelve bud been apprehended the day bcfove, of wliom ten lmil been almitted to bail, '{lie other" two lodged in the lock-up. The ten had taken the opportunity of getting the tickets, «11 dated the 20tli. One sending his ticket and excusing himself, answering his bail by siikncss—Mr. Standish ■would press the charge, as be had constant complaints of'tbe non-collection of this part of the revenue, and only having two policemen allotted him, lie bad great diTiculty in inducing the celestials voluntarily to pay tbw dues. They were lined £2 eacb, or in default, six days imprisonment. • ; Bhutai. Assault.—William Delany was brought up on...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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ELECTION OF MEMBERS FOR THE LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 October 1855

ELECTION OF MKMDK11S FOR TIIE LOCAL COUltT. On Saturday afternoon lust n public meeting of duly qualified miners was held in the Government Camp, for llie purpose of clonting persons to serve as members of the Loral Court, in' the loom of Messrs. Emmett, Hulkes, and (.'umiin^liiuii, resigned. The election did not appear lo excite any general interest, as there were not more than two or tlirco hundred *pcrsons present. Only tliree candidates were nominated for the three vacancies, so that tliero was 110 opposition ; and the sen timents of these gentlemen appeared to iiiid favor with those present. As this was the case, no inconvenience was caused by the lottery-box system, which, we were sorry to observe the authorities had not suilicient sense to discard. The proceedings were conducted with great order, and every thing passed oil' in ti quiet and satisfac tory milliner. At live o'clock. Mr. Jones, the chairman of the Local Court, took the clmir, and opened the business of the meetin...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTITILLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 October 1855

SHIPPING INT I'.LLIGE N C E l'OUT or MGLUOURNi:. Aurtivr.i), Octohov IV.—Kmplre, H.M. v-.dKmne.r, from Iho Head?. Octobr.r IS.—-unmon, ffyhoc.iitM', from Am-kland 23rd Soplember, with five cabin and nine Moevajw pnssnn^eVH; NialoMnan, ship, from XvonJr.n .frd .fnly, vifh cijjhl cabfn'nnd ni:v«rnty-pifrht-«(ccrai;e pr.wuger.s; Reliance, schooner, from Three IVinf, V. 1). I.., IDih ijjst.; Vi^ibnt, Government sW^oner, from fteelowr. October 10.—F;imo, barque, from Newcastle, N.S.W., 7th Emily Allison, schooner, from Hobart Town 30lh inst.; Alice Hrmd, barque, from Valparaiso 2'ith July; Royal ^h^'herd, s.s.s.. from Lauucestou 17th inst., with t.volve cabin ami twenty-two Htcarrtgo unsssnfiorj}; Maid of tho Yurnt, y.e. h., from Lauiieeston }7tb instant, with two cabin passengers. at rrtn rnun?f. October 10.—Itoy.il Saxon, barque, from Tom 6 -Uh .Inlv, with £wo pnssowjors; Colchester, I^ritr. from Canterbury, X. Z.; Ann find Jano, bar-]no, fronj >fo\ye;istle; "Wild Irish Girl, briir,...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 October 1855

rrvHE BKNDIGO ADVERTISER, the first I newspaper oil the Victoria (loUifields, and the best. Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, l'UBMSUKD BVKE\ TuKSDAV, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY ' Morn i ,vo, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the township of tlio district of Bendira, the Metropolitan Goldtield Aufi!r:>1iiu The Anvi imsrcu linn the most extensive circulation of imv provincial paper in tho colony. Tho . importance of this journal'iin mi advertising medium must be at otwe perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only tlm t'.A i11 v a Ij of one of the Lauokst Goldfiblds, but is'the mart of the extensive Pastoral District comprising: the valleys of the Loudon and Campasi'ib, arid the wide and fertile plain* extending to tho Murray. The polit.io.il principles of Chi* journal are liberal—such ns nre almost universally recognised as in accordance ■writ.lv tho development of a young and vigorous colony into a noble and world-renowned nation. Tlio local interests of Bendigo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 October 1855

NOTICE.—Vlr. P. It. J. Dixon lias been appointed Mining kcporter for this Journal, uml u authorised to receive Advertisements in the outlying gullies'.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 October 1855

MINING INTELLIGENCE, (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.") "Win'IE Hir^s.—Tlicsejiills more especially tlie 4tli and 5th, continue to be worked, and with good results—beyond the ordiuary gains by steady indnstry, an occasional pock ;t re wards the digger, one of these containing some ounces was found last week. The surface for a considerable depth is being carted away to the puddling machines in tha creek, and in the intervening gullies altogether the miners in this place, mostly old White Hill workers, appear to be contented and comfortable. On the flat beneath few are at work, owing probably to the quantity of wat6r, as the ground is said to be profitable. Epsom.— The miners here are steadily working on, The sinking is deep, 20 to 24 feet, and the yield of gold regular. Land alienated from the crown is being worked here, by the owners. During last week the police were called in to prevent :in. encroach ment on a disputed claim of this kind, two parties asserting the ground to be theirs. Th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 October 1855

BIRTH. On the 21st instant, at Hill Cottage, White Hills, Sandhurst,  Mrs. Thomas Comer, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 October 1855

THURSDAY, the 8th NOVEMBER, 1855. To Wine anil Spirit Merchants, Licensed Victuallers, Parties .Seeking Investments, und Others. Splendid Investment—Freehold Property, THE CRITERION HOTEL, Market-square, Sandhurst. XMACi'TIEESON and CO.'bave been honored with Ji instructions from the Trustees and the Mortgagees ' nf the Estate of Messrs. Wallach and Co.; 'to offer, to ■public competition, (if not previously disposed of by priyte 'contract), on Thursday, the 8th November, /sale "to commence at 12 o'clock, on the premises', 4i}. J^at Piece or Parcel of LAIiD, being a corner .al lotment, having a double frontage of 1115 feet facing Mundy-strcet, and 250 feet facing Doivling street, being Allotments 17, .18, and 111, section 15, portion C, township of Sandhurst. TOOKTHEB WITH That Valuable ami Subslantiallv-built Upper-storied BUILDING, known as the CRITERION HOTEL. The Ilonse is in capital repair, considerable expense Jjaving been lately incurred in redecorating and papering (be rooms,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 October 1855

rinO Qunrtz Crushers.—The only sennini? sperm oil I for machinery, for Salo by the Victoria Oil Com pany, 3G Swnuston-streot. Orders from tlio diggings promptly executed. 1047nov7 THE undersigned beg to notify to their friends nnd tho public, both ill town and country, llnit, tii•*v liavo always oil Bale—llrandy, rum, geneva, old torn, whiskey, ports. sherries, ales mid porters, ulmmpai:ne, sparkling hock, claret, harsue, cider, perry, cordiais, syrups, J11r wine, salt, flour, outs, brun, barley, muize, potatoes, l ice, tea, coffee, sugars, tobacco, cigars, pickles, bottled fruits, hams und bacon, butter and cheese, sperm candles, oatmeal, und other general stores, all guarautucd of first quality, and at lowest cash prices. WILLIAM HULL nnd SONS. 70 Little Collius strjot, and 33 Sivanston-Btrcet, opposite Bank of Victoria. 20nov3 Y\T ANTED, by a Young Hall of biminoss linbiiH, n VV Situation in ustore ur any other capacity. (rood rei'-'rcncc "iven. Address B. C., office of t!iia pnp...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. PERILS OF A DIGGER'S LIFE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 October 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. PERILS OF A DIGGER'S LIFE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.   Sir,—The delightful though melancholy remarks which propped from the pen of Mr. J. D. Bouran have been perused by me, and dobtless by many hundreds of diggers in deep solemnity of soul. I am truly pleased you have given insertion to so admirable and seasonable a production; it is well calculated to awaken thoughts, of which we must all plead guilty of being too negligent. Among the various topics of conversation ''death" is not at all times a very agreeable one, and yet how certain it is that the whole of the human family must one day be received in its cold embrace. Our author touched upon the causes of some prema- ture exits from the stages of life; but a very general one which I was expecting would meet my eye was unhappily omitted.—How many of our lineage are gradually, aye, and suddenly cut off by the devastating influence of "Intoxicating Liquors." Bacchus appears to me ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser, Dear Sir,—In your report of the public meeting which was lielil on Saturday Inst for electing members to the Local Court, it is stated'that there were not more than two or three handed person present. Now, as X be lieve that statement to be incorrect, I take the liberty of contradicting it. In my opinion there must liave been about a thousand persons present, but, perhaps, I may be wrong, nt all events, I think my statement much nearer the truth than yours.- Your reporter makes out that there were between six and seven hundred people at the election meeting on Monday night in the Exhibi tion Building. Now, if that number were present there I am sure there were twice as many at the meeting on Saturday. I remain, dear Sir, .W^.c.deWVAN To the Editor, of the Bcndigo Advertiser. Sir,—I have noticed with pleasure thnt you have at nil times manifested a desire, through the medium of your 'valuable journal, to expose, thereb...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 23rd October, 1855. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Standish.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

COURT or PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 2'lrd October, 1855. (Before tlic Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Standisli.) Drunk and DisonDEitLY.—Win. Jloran and Thomas Browne were each lined 40s., or three days'imprison ment. ' > L.vuckn'V.—David Davis, and Mary his wife, were charged with this offence. ' It appeared that the prose cutor, Wm. M'i'arlfuie, a digger at the Back Creek, went into the tent of the defendant, where fie found the fe male prisoner. He lind five .£1 notes on his person. He asked for two glasses of brandy, which were given him, and he paid for tliem. He 'then left the tent to go to his work, and came up to the mule prisoner and asked him to return wiili liim to the tent and have a nobbier. He called for two nobblers of brandy; she asked him to lend lier £3 to buy sonic grog; ho. replied that he had not so much money. When he got to the door, she put her hand in his pocket and took the live ;£1 notes out. He put his hand down to prevent her taking the money, and she wa...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, October 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

LOCAL couut. Saturday, Octobcr 2Utlu Present: Francis Jones, Esij., Chairman; Messrs. Benson, O'Conor, Mackenzie, Wetherell, Donovan, und Hosken. Quartz leases were granted to Messrs. Reis and Qvist for 10 yards, and to Itobert Cox for 15 yards. In each case Mr. Denovan opposed the grant, and gave notice t] 1 tit at the conclusion of the election of members to fill up the vacancies in the Court, lie should test the opinion of the miners as to whether he should represent their views on the subject of lenses, or the other members of the Court that were opposed to him. The Court then poeeeded with cases of disputes. In the absence of an interpreter, the case of Von See v. Cotton was again postponed. The case of Muller v. Pollen was also postponed iii the absence of the defen dant. ALT,F.N V. IIUNTEP.. Mr. Cutten for the plaintiff: Mr. Pitumu for the de fendant. Ill this case tlie plaintiffs two brothers sought a dis solution of partnership, 011 the ground that the defendant did not do ...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

TASMANIA. AVe have intelligence from Hobart Town to-tile 10th instant, and Laiinceston to the 17th instant. On the 15th the adjourned meeting of the working classes to express their sympathy, with the Legislative Council was held on St. George's Hill. The Colonial Times states:— " Various rumors had prevailed duriug the morning ai to expected interruptions and disturbances, but we are glad to report that a more peaceable and well-conducted meeting could no; have been held, notwithstanding the great iunnber.of persons present. Heavy showers of ra:n, at intervals, cruised some inconvenience, and but for ■which, instead of lifteen hundred or two thou sand people, the number would probably have been doubled. " A platform was formed by means, of waggons and planks, accommodation for the reprrters being provided in front, within a spp.ee enclosed by rails. The com mittee arrived on the ground in . cabs shortly before two o'clock and occupicd the stage. At that time but few persons had ass...

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MARYBOROUGH. [From the Correspondent of Mount Alexander Mail.] [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

MARYBOROUGH. [From the Correspondent of Mount Alexander JJ/atV.] I have before written to you of-tlie confidence with which people here speak of this district reviving as a goldfield and place of business. There is now every prospect of both these surmises being realised before long, for| from a conversation with the Warden, I learn that the applications for marking out claims in newly dis covered quartz reefs are daily augmenting; and he quotes the opinions of the old practical miners to the effect that the district will yet rival Bendigo in quartz reefing, wanting nothing but the further investment of capital in machinery to make the escort returns from hence what ths features of the land north of the Loddon clearly show that they ought to be. I have this statement fully borne out by the concurrent opinions of many with whom I have since conversed. The new reef discovered near the Blackmail's Lead, by Mr. Wyonarski, is promising to turn ont well; and I have been informed at the Br...

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GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. Saturday, 20th October, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

GRAIN AND IrLOUR MARKET. •Saturday, 20th October, 1855. Dijjht'a Mills.—Fino flnijr, £38 per ton; seconds, £36 do.; Haxall flour, £14 do.; Chilian, £37 do,; bran. 2s. per bushel; whoat bought at 15a. to 103. por bushel. W. BoRravesnud Co.'bHills.—Fine flour, £38 per ton; seconds, £30 do.; Chilian, £37 do.; Huvall and Gallogo, £44 do.; bran 6s. per bushel; wheat bought at 153. to 16s. per bushel. Fulton and Smith's Mill*.—Mills stopped for the presept WhoRt bought at from 15s. to 10?. per bushel.—Argus, Oct 23.

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

CHINA. We liave intellignnoo from China to tlic 10th August. The apprehension escited in this colony by the amount of emigration from China appears to excite considerable interest in Hong Kong. Full reports are extracted from the Argus of the public meetings held in Melbourne, and the articles on the subject which have appeared in our columns are republished. The fine of £5 for every passenger above the certain number is regarded as too low. DEsrr.BATE Excounter with Piiutes.—-The sub joined particulars of a desperate enooiinter betweed a detachment of combined American and British naval forces and a large body of the notorious pirates which infest the China seas is taken froi# the China Mail of 9th August:— I,ast weak we mentioned that a lorcha and three junks (it should have been two lorchas and five junks), under convoy of the steamer Englet, had been cut off by pirates, who displayed such a formidable battery and determined front that Captain Caldwell was unable to rescue them, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

NOTICE.—Mr. F. R.' J. Dixon has bean appointed Mining Reporter for this Journal, nnd is authorised to receive Advertisements in the outlying gullies.

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