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DR. OWENS FOR BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

DR. OWENS FOR BENDIGO. The following letter, which has been received from Dr. Owens by a gentleman in Sandhurst, shows that our old friend still takes a warm interest in the prosperity and advancement of the district with which he has been so long identified. Dr. Owens has a claim on the suffrages of the diggers of Bendigo, and when people talk of quali fying a member, let him be such a man as thi3, whose services and whose talents alike recommend him to our support. " Out of sight, out of mind," is, we fear, too true an adage here as elsewhere. Our ideas with respect to the difficulty of raising a qualification ft)r any candidate are unchanged, but if it is possible to do so at all, we are satisfied it would be done in the case of Dr. Owens : Mount Blackwood, Oct. 19, 1855. Dear Sir,—I hasten my reply to your letter. From your connection with the Miners' Protec tion Society, I presume you address me for public purposes, and I answer you accordingly. I observed in the ' Age' that I ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

NOTICES TO CORRESPOXDPNTS. A short timo since, in Melbourne, a prietice w^s indulged in by newspaper correspondents of sending duplicates of letters to different journals for insertion on the samo day. It seems not improbable that the samo th\ng v.-yi be r»ttcmptod hore, and wo beg to imimnto that (\ny instance o' thin being done by any ourrespopiloht, without our concurrence, vrill be considered nut* flcient reason for ouv excluding his contributions to the paper ever after. Of course we cannot guard against the fi.-st occasion of the kiud, but we shall take good care to do so ogainr#t the cecond. .«..■• \7. P. is informed that the oopy of the verses signed \v. H. "P. has been destroyed. Y/e du not undertnko to return rejcctod ma nuscripts. ■ i ■ _ _

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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ELECTION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

ELECTION MEETING. Tho adjourned meeting to receivc'the report of the Committee appointed to communicate with Dr. Owens and Messrs. Ireland and Grant, for the purpose of in quiring >f those gentlemen were coming forward as can (lidutes for the representation of Bendigo; and .in such case, requesting their political creeds, was held at the Exhibition Building on Monday evening last. The room was well tilled, and a number of persons remained out Bide. Mr. Sullivan having been unanimously voted into the chair, explained the object of the meeting. The ques tion of who were fit and proper persons to represent this gold-field, involved serious discussion. The qnalili cntions and merits of candidates were mutters for serious consideration, andliehopid the opinions advanced would he carefully listened to ; and uny discussion be carried oil in n luanly and earnest manner. Differing opinions j would of course he entertained, and he must therefore , claim au attentive lieariiig fur all who c...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PRIGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1855. OUR POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, rnoouessiou, odb eights, and our resources. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1855. OUR POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. As proposed in a recent issue, we now pro ceed to offer a few observations and state a few facts iu referenec tg the conveyance of mails and the circulation of the general correspon dence of the colony. It will readily be ad mitted that the subject is an important one, affecting, as it does, the private interests and feelings of almost every individual, as well as the political, social, ngrioultural, and commer cial interests and prosperity of the ^hole com munity. At present, however, we do not intend to discuss the subject in all its bearings, but will content ourselves by simply bringing before the parties interested what of postal accommodation thoy now have, and what they might have under better management. iVo one will deny that, so far au the gonoral correspondence is concerned, the conveyance for the same should be sufficiently commodious Bad safe, the rat...

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

*Th«'form&f umlor command of LlouUm«uitrt Wroy und Jieer, n»rl Mr. LjluiOC, ui itu ; tlio I&ttur of Mr. 3£Tjiult*y, miwim*, und Asa'stant-Burgcou SclirWor—the English marines U:\vlog tirot transfi.m'U to the lauuchvs,

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

THURSDAY, the 8th NOYEMllEK, 1855. To .Capitalists, Winn and Spirit Merchants, Licensed Victuallers, Purties Seeking Investments, anil ' Others. Splendid Investment—Freehold Property. - THE CBITEHION. HOTEL, • Market-square, Sandhurst. * ' LMACPHERSON and CO. have been honored with t , instructions from the Trustees and the Mortgagees of the EstoJto of Messrs. Wallich and Co., to .ofl'er to public competition, (if not previously ^disposed of by. private contract), on Thursday, tho 8th . November,' pale to commence at 12 o'clock, on the premises. ■ .- "All that Piece or Parcel of LAND, being a corner al; lotment, having a double frontage of 13<J feet facing Mundv-street, and 250 feet facing Doyrling • street, being allotments 17, 18, and 11), section : 15, portion C, township of Sandhurst. TOGETIIEB WITH •That Valuable and Substantially-built Upper-storied V , BUILDING, known as the , , ' CRITERION HOTEL. The House is in capital repair, considerable expense "having, been l...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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BENDIGO IN SEARCH OF A REPRESENTATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

I BENDIGO IN SEARCH OP A REPRE I SENTATIVE. The adventures of •' Japhet in search of a Father" are likely to be exceeded in interest by those of Bendigo in search of a represen tative. Whether the fortunate termination of^Japhet's adventures will characterise those of Bendigo remains to be seen. The found ling, with his heart like an overfull fountain, gushing over with filial affection, is noc unlike Bendigo bubbling over with a constitutional and laudable desire of being represented in the Legislature, and with any amount of en thusiasm to lavish on some one who can gratify this longing. During the last fortnight there have been several convulsive efforts made towards bringing forward eligible candidates for the representa tion of the district, 'jt'heso efforts would nil appear to have failed. As yet the political horizon has not been darkened by the shadow of '* the coming man." Speculations and suggestions have been as plentiful as black berries, This man has been suggested, and...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF MEI.DOUttfcK. A^IUYXSD. October 10.—Vixen, schooner, iVom Now Plymouth, N.Z., 10th last.; Amid and Jane, br.iquc, from Newcastle, N.SAV,, Sth lint, Octobor 20.—I-Yeebridgo, sohnoner, from Sydney 6th inst; Col cheater,.brig, from Canterbury, JC.Z., 22nd ult, with two cabin mid nlue-staaratfn pastfongarj; Wild iviali Girl, briff, from Sulncy QUi 4 lit.; Gratitudo, brig, ftoin Port Cooper, N.2.,25th ult, with s.jv.m . abin pttsseujj'ew; Storm 15ivd, s.a.:*., from Port Albeit; V.'uuttii Wunga, s.s.8., from Syduey 17cU iust, with twepty-two ciibin and forty-nine storage pagsen-jcra. Octobor 21.-—Quenn. b.s.s., from Belfast and "Wanrmnnbon! 20th inst, WUh seven cabin And njneuen stcerngo passengers*; Gil Ulus, bilg, from Out£o Tthiuat, with thrcd cabin ami oni> -teenigo psu» Lengur. •. * { October 23.—Havilah, s.s.9,, from Adelaldo 17tb inst, vritfi four e&bin and forty-two steerage passonjei-s, ; PnojFXTEb.I>Kt>AnTrjtZ8, F%R Liverpool.—Shuli...

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

/TVH E B IS N DIG 0 AD V EKTIS13li, tlm first Lnewspaper oil tho Victoria Goliiiielda, and the be3t Inland Advertising Medium in tlie colony, I'OBIitSHED eykr\ TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY Jlo/INING, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, Hie township of tha district of Ueudigo, tho IJ.uUopolitu.ii Goldfield Australia. 1'he Be.ndigo ADVF.nnsnR lias tlio most extensive circulation of any provincial paper in tha colony. The jmportanco of this journal as an advertising medium must La at onco perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only the capital'of 0110 of the Largest Goi.dfiklds, but is the mart of tho extensive 1'astoral District comprising the vnllevs of the Loduon and Campaspie, and the wide and fertile plains extending to tho Murray. Tho political principles of thi* journal are liberal—such ns.aro almost universally recognised as in accordance ■with tho development of a young and vigorous colony into a noblo and world-renowned nation. Tho local interests of Rcndigo wi...

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

HAY MARKET. Saturday, 20th October,* 1855, Prices h&vo slightly advanced, and are as follows:—Best hay, well trussed, £15 to £16 por ton; second quality, do., £12 to £13 ijo.; straw, nominal. BuTr,En and Nelson, Hay Salesmen, Eastern Af&rket.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. Argus Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 October 1855

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. Argwt Office. Monday Fvehlng. Tho gold market hiw opcnod for tho wsek with some nativity, tho demand for immediate shipment by tho Chmppion of tho Seas, r.nd tho inquiries for tbo Shnlimnr, hiivinp enured a rise of folly 3d. per'ouncc, brokers now purchuslng.at £9 153. Cd. Duty was paid at tbo Customs on 13,G48 ounces for oxportation, of which 11,500 ounces wcro for Liverpool by tho Champion of tbo Hens, and 2033 ounces for Sydney by tho Wonga Wonga, in tho hands of a passenger. Tho MarcbSonc33 cloared out for tho Mauritius with 6000 sovereigns, -

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

DISSOLUTION of Partnership.—Notice is hereby j given that tho Partnership hitherto existing be tween tho undersigned, James lioyd and William Harris, carrying on the business of ■jolci brokers and drnirijiits, at View Point iu the township of Sandhurst, in the colony of Victoria, under tho stylo or firm of " Bayd und Harris," iB this day Dissolved by mutual consent. . The debts will bo received nnd paid by Mr. Harris, who will ill future carry on tho business. Dated this 21th dav uf October, 1855. .IAS, BOYD, M.D. \Y.\L IIA1U1IS. Witness—Jno. M. Minter, "'"••• •olioitor, Sandhurst. 279oct30 ANTED a good Grocer to Manage ft Store in a buck gull v. Security required, Applv at the office of tbin paper, irnnieiliuiely. , 203c . TTTANTED, fencers to contract to leiwe in the Epiom W race-course, about 240 am1?, «'ith.a»j;ood sub stantial tlirec-raiU'd leure. Tenders specifying lnwem price per rod, ami time required lor completion, etc., to bo addressed Mr. James Maiden, Buck Creek, Sandhu...

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CELEBRATION OF THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE LOYAL BENDIGO LODGE, I. O. O. F. M. U. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

CELEBRATION OF, THR ANNIVERSARY OF THE !'>. LOYAL BEN'MGO LODGE,.I. O. O. I'. M. U. Oa Thursday last, -Bendigo '-witnessed. for the first time, a procession of •' social brethren celebrating.the • second anniversary of the establishment of odd-fellow ship in this'district.'.; With bannersilung toihe, breeze,, /■proceeded by mi excellent brass band mid attended by members to tlie number of 130 J, t'us Order marched iu | procession from llie United Kingdom Hotel ti) the Diggers' Amis, 7th White Hill. The day being very wet, prevented limny from attending, nevertheless, there was a numerous and respectable' attendance.Tlie regalia;'of the members; together with, the varied colors of tlie officers,, the lively airs of the bands, and the measured steps of the members, contributed to produce a'verv lively dud picturesque effect. In the evening a grand dinner was given in the Exhibition Building, by the Loyal Beiuligo Lodge. At seven o clock-the chair was taken by the Most Noble Grand F...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) October 24th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

MELBOURNE, (rnom ouii own coruksvondkxt.) October 24th, 10.M. It appears now beyond doubt that a copy of the New Constitution Act, as passed by both Houses of Parliament, with the final formality of the Royal assent, has reached this colony. This must be regarded as a great event in the history of the country. It is the inauguration of a new political era, and the initiation of constitutional freedom in the Australias ; but the advantages to be derived from it must depend upon the good use which may be made of it by the people, for whose benefit ; it luus been framed. It is not my intention at present to criticise itf merits ; but 1 am bound to state that, from what I can gather of the public sentiment respecting it, this act of enfranchisement is not regarded as a final measure, but as a basis for future operations, to adapt the political insti tutions of the colony to the requirement!) of u new country, and of a people freed from the compli cated impediments which feudal influence...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, October 2[?]. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. ' Tuestlny, October 2ll. .. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Sly Grihi.—Jimies Draw was charged by Emily Hayes with sclling'lier ft glass of brandy at liis store, Napoleon Gully, on Tuesday lust. She also saw a man, named George Almighty oil acconnt of ills swearing propensi ties, pay Drew foruobblers round. • Mr. Pitmaiy for the defence, pleaded the.want of coulirmation of tlie evidence of this witness. Serjeant Byail'', swore, to' apprehending defendant, andfinding on liis premises two eases of old torn," two casks partly iillcd with brandy, two Lotties partly full of brandy, a 4-dozen ease porter, and . a keg of port wifie, and gave Drew a very liail character. The liench .inflicted the full penalty of four months. Mr. Pitman gave notice of appeal, and asked for bail during the -suspension of the .judgment. This was refused, when Mr. Pitman stated ho should obtain a habeas corpus. DisciiAiir.ED.—Robert -Hnnse, on a charge of lnrcenv Diilton, the prose...

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LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, 24th October. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, 24t!i October. Present: Francis Jones, "Esq., ChairmanMessrs. Deiiovan. O'Corier, Benson, Jumieson, Jones, Bourau, and Mackenzie:* v - The ca^e of Wolfe v. Bryan was again brought before, the Court, haring been referred to them by Mr. Panton for them to reconsider and report on their derision. Both the letter to the Government accompanying the memorial and the memorial itself appealing against the decision of the Court we're liiid on the table. The Court hnviug reconsidered the matter adhered to their former decision, t»iil.<Uve|)tcd lUnfen.<Kdpy i>f llip ovidonoo uiiil -ill! iul'or mation- havingpreference, to: the case should; bo for warded to the Resident Warden for transmission to the Governor. '. A letter from the Colonial Engineer was rend, reject, ilig the application of the Court for oilicc furniture, nmde some:time since,'Oil the ground of there'being no fluids for the purpose. • Quartz- leases were"granted to the following a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

THURSDAY, tlio 8tli NOVEMBER, 180D. I To Cujiifiiisl?, Wine and Spirit Merchants Licensed I Vistinllerd, Par tiei Seeking Investments, and. Others. ' Splendid Investment—Freehold Property. THE CRITERION HOTEL, Market-square, Sandhurst. L > MACPIIERSON. nwVC.O. havo been honored with i instructions from the Trustees and the Mortgagees of the Estate 'of. Messrs. Wallaoli and .Co., to offer to publio coini>efcition, (if' not previously '.disposed' of by private contract), ou Thursday, the 8th'November,' Bale to coinincnee at 12 u'elock, on the premises. AU that Piece or Parcel of LAND, being a corner al , lotment, having a double fronfage 'of 138 feet frtoing Mundy-street, and 250 feet facing Dowling - - street, being;allotments 17, 18, and if), section 15, portion C, township of Sandhurst. ■ : TOQETIIEB WITH That Valuablo and "Substantially-built Upper-storied v BUILDING, known as the CRITERION HOTEL. The House is in capital repair, considerable expense Laving been lately incurr...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

SAXMIO'fiST I'JiODUCE 3UUKETS. ' October 2G. . . . Our mai'kot still continues firm. Prices have nu up wavtV ten dency, and a healthy trade doing. We-sold off Messrs, Slaulcie Bros.* stores, and realised satis - factory prices. ; . . ..i-.-.: • I'lom'.—Higher, and much inquired after. • .- Oats and Bran.—Meet with ready sale nt the quotations.' • llay.—Oaten, easier. Wo way reduce our quotations £2 per ton : Cftiiules.-r-Moroinquired nftor. • Ilico.—Ffttun, firm alftjuotations. • •••• Following are our quotations^:—• r, 1'i.oun.—Adelaide, £H2 per ton; Chilian,,-€38. Oats.—Scotch, lis. to lis. Gd. per bushel. . 31iunv—5u. Gd. per hushul. ' ' Oates Hay.—£23 to .£215 per ton. ; Suoab.—^luurUius. £mpor ton; Cossipore, jSi7. Jticis.—I'utna, £10 to £l7pM' Urn. , Raudinks.—J-lins, lis. to lis. Od. • . Haisins.—8d. pcrlbv , • • ■ . , • CuhnANTS.—Is. Id. per lb. Oanw.es.—Itohnout, ils. per lb. • . Pickt.es,—Vmts,Q«.rrtL pordoKen; quarts, lis. Cd. Tea.—Congou, £7 fa. per chest. ' . L. MACPHEH...

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REGISTER! REGISTER! [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

REGISTER ! REG ISTER! During the last few issues of this journal, a public notice litis appeared in the advertising columns signed by Mr. Lewis Mtwphersou, the returning- officer for the ensuing election, to the effcet that persons claiming to register their votes should make the necessary application prior to the 31st inst., namely, Wednesday next. We desire to direct the special attention of all persons to this notice, in oi'ibr that every body duly qualified may take the necessary steps to have his name placed on the electoral roll. The hap-hazard way in which the list has been made, out, and the bungling and general ignorance manifested by those officials to whose care it has been committed, .leave everything to fear respecting the electoral roll of Beudigo. It is a public duty incumbent on every man to sue that lie is placed in the lull possession of the rights to which the Jaws of the country entitle him; and wc shall think very little of the public spirit or sincerity of a co...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. October 2[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

. SANDHURST STOCK ,'MAUKET. October 20. A better,feeling has lieen cvinced iu this market during the past week. » 1 '' V.'ojiuvo, disposed or many lots, principally light draught horses, for Fiery Creek, for which description of stock there still exists a demand. The Into and continued supply of water for thp jmddlers havo, no do^r, given thfa market an impetus. Tip Carls.—ftather more inquiry. Spring Carts in demand. Our quotations are— Common hacks, £12. to £20; gftod do. andjlffht-harness torses, £20 to £35 ;y jfood draught horses, £-10 to £G&; heavy do.; nominal. " ' « Tip carts, £20 to £25, ♦ 1 L. MACPHEltSON A CO., librae Bazaar, Sandhurst. ' , OctoberSO. Tho transactions in our librae mnrkot this weelc have been iruukcri by sonio spirited competition on iho part of buyers, uud a . slight advance lu prices lias consequently taken place. Inquiry is s'iH maintained for light aprlng carts. Hough hacks, £U to £21;. good Imckc and light harness ■ horses, £& to £40; ...

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