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REPRESENTATION FOR OUR COMMERCIAL INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

REPRESENTATION FOR OUR COMMER CIAL INTERESTS. On the 10th of the ensuing month, just a fort night from the present date, the inhabitants of Bendigo will he called upon to exercise the con stitutional privilege of electing two gentlemen who shall represent this district in the Legislature of the Colony. The privilege cf sending represen tatives to the deliberative councito of a country is always regarded as a most precious and important one, even in communities where the machinery of Constitutional Government liar run 01; for centuries quietly and satisfactorily—where the interests of the people and the general prosperity of the country have been consulted—and where nothing is now required hut to guide well the pi-ogre^ of the machine, which hus long; since been set in motion. But in a young country, like Victoria, and in such a heterogeneous population as that of a Victorian Goldfield, the case is wideh' different. Here, amidst the chaos and anarchy of social materials, v/e liave to...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

01UULNAL OORRliSPONDliNCE. To llie^Eilitor of the Beinlii/o Advertiser. Sin,—Permit me through the. medium of your invaluable journal.to bring before the notice of the public the j:russ negligence pi the Post Office autho rities:: I have been corresponding with my friends in Melbourne'for"siiiiie time'pjist; auilnot lmviug received any answers to the last three or four I sent, I began to think (here wus something wrong. I immediately posted to Melbourne, ami to uiy astonishment only one letter out of four had been received, although tltey were very, carefully addressed with the number of the house, street, &c.', arid repeated application made at the Post Oflice t:i know if they .were lying there. Surely, Sir, some plan ought to be adopted to prevent the embezzlement of letters with suqll impunity—(one of them contained a small nugget.) X think that niy ease is not an indi vidual one. I have no dmibt but there are hundreds of persons that liave been similarly treated. Can vou...

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

JJESMG.O MARKETS. Octobcr 2G« liic last lew uavs wo bave noticed & steady increase in the ar> . rivals of goods from town, anil arc glint to find that prices keep still imploring. This, 110 doubt, is owing greutly,to the small etock iu hand, which siiU keep3 fit an average.: Jlolderfpf heavy stocks at late low priccs, aro now reaping thu benellt of their speculations,. \Vo Uavo disposed of several lots of oats, Hour, and brau/as "below. Flour.—Adelaide, £00 to £G3 per tou; Chilian, £GQ, •• : Oats.—Bcotcli, lu». Od. per bushel. v • iBiuNV—Da. to 5s.' Od. per bushel. Maixe.—15s, per bushel , . . . ' JJauley.—~138. to lls. i>er bushel, .. . . >.•« TIay.—Oateu, £20 to £27 per ton. Potatoes.—£ll to £15 per ton. liurrEii.—Cork, Is. lud. to 2h. per lb. f?i;<un.—Dark, £10 to £-12 pur ton; light, £13; -loaf, 7d. per lb. Ca.sdi.ij9.—Spuria, 2s. per lb. Jams.—Js. Id. to Is. 5d. per'Ib. .. . VrxiTS.—TloUleJ, 21s. j)ur dozen. Onions.—-Sourae. Tea.—Congou, £7 to £7 I0«...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) 24th October, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

; MINING INTELLIGENCE.-' ; (PU03I OUR MINING TiEFOItTEI?. Y 2'lth October, 1855. During the last few days hot winds have been prevalent, and the disappearance, of the .water; in wet sinking and in the dams lias been astonishing/ The result is, that 'several*, puddling 'ma-, .chines have come to a standstill, and many, of the diggers are moving for the summer to the wetter •portions of the Bendigo. Along the Back Creek the.number.of workers are incrc-ascd, and the same may be remarked of Spring - Gully and -its nu [ merous tributaries. Several parties have moved I during tlia week to Maillen's Flat, where a few are | doing .well, and'from: thence to Robinson Crusoe Land the now- nisli beyond. M'lntyrc's, wliich is Aven siiolcen of, we' niotieo more Tieonlu. • Nai'Olkqn' G ullv.—TJiis gully and vicinity, -Whits Horse, Black Horse, &;c., filmed, for pro ducing the heaviest lumps . of gold found in any •park .of Bendigo,- are being worked with more care than last winter—ni'orc e...

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KILMORE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

KILMORE DIGGINGS. : A few parties still persevere, and though sevoral of the farmers liiive lmd to leave to get their crops of potatoes, &'c., put in, yet all who have worked there say the place will pay in the summer, and that is the general im pression of every, person' who. lias .visited- the place, persons whose experience, derived from actual digging, warrants their giving an opinion'upon such matters, are quoted here, and. not tho 'dreamy speculations of theorists. ■ Within the last few days' a new quartz reef, of extra ordinary richness has been discovered, and it only requires the aid of the all powerful crushiug machine, to reveal ,what may justly he termed a miue of wealth. ' Mb. Robp.ut Kewi.bv.—The rumour concerning tlie alleged disappearance of this young man at Maiden's Punt appear to lmve .been without foundation. A letter, dated the 32nd instant, from Burrow's1, on the Campaspe, was" received from liim_ tin Thursday by a gentleman in Sandhurst. ,He had heard ...

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

NOT ICR—Mr. P. li. J. Dunn !ias lieen Appointed Miniti}; l!f|)i>rter for tl>i< Jnuriiiil, mul is umlioiiswl to receive Ativvi'tisemcnls in tliu nntlviiM' sullies.

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ELECTIONEERING GROTESQUES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

I ELECTIONEERING GROTESQUES. "You must elect Captain Bell," says tlie inex plicable Dr. Wall. lie, the agitator for reforms, for representation, for the extension of freedom, and tlie recognition of intelligence, asks Bcndigo to bend the knee to a Golden Calf! Bcndigo indignantly rejects the proffered advice, and laments the infatuation which will at times warp the best minds. Who could have predicted two years ago that the zealous, fierce, democratic Dr. Wall could have so forsworn himself. Extreme men, however, are most liable to reaction. " Lot us invite Dr. Rowe to come forward," says the non-descript politician Mr. Hulkes, the ex M.L.C.—not of St. Patrick's Hall. A proposition is made to bring forward a squatter for a digging constituency, and it is not scouted with indigna tion ! Verily the millennium is coming, and the lion shall lie down with the Jamb. Oh race of softheads—gullible fools green as goslings! warm this viper in your breast as many a similar one lias been, and w...

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BALLAARAT. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

BALLAARAT. (From the Times.) The Magpie.—Day by day tlie population increases upon these diggings, and public-houses,' stores, bowling saloons, shooting galleries, and oilier places, both of business and pleasure, are springing upin' every direction One new feature iu the " shepherding" system prevails iit the Magpie to a great extent—I allude to the occupa tion of the road frontagesUntil they can dispose of them at a good round sum to the various dealers who mnkc a purchase for the purpose of erecting stores or otlic-r establishments thereon. The shepherds are as'eager in pursuing this source of almost immediate profit, as they ever were in guarding a fancied (golden claim, and, con sequently, others are constantly ou the qui viva to "'jump" these frontage sites whenever the slightest op portunity allows them so to do; thereby creating a secret warfare between the "shepherd'* and the "jumper," which not unfretiuenUy breaks out into an open rupture of the peace. Tlie police, however...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1855. ELECTION FOR BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

THE BMDIGO ADVERTISER. progression, our. it 1 outs, a:;i> our. jikhokkce •£'SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1805. ; . ELECTION FOR BENDIGO. The date of the election of memlievs for the district of Bendigo under the provisions of the Electvvo Franchise Extension Act is at last fixed. .. lu our advertising columns of this day's issue will he seen a notice signed by Mr. Lowiu Mncphc^son, Returning Officer, to the effort that a writ of elec tion li.'ul been issued hv his Excellency rind that in pursuance of the instructions therein contained, a public meeting will be held in front of the Camp on the 10th. of November next, at twelve o'clock for the nomination of two members to serve in the present Legislative Council. If a poll be demanded it i3 announced to take place on the loth of November. The time elapsing before the day of nomination is very short, and candidates who intend coming forward must do .so at once. The district is a large one and an effectual canvass can scarcely !w accomplish...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

StiimNU lNTIiJjLLGrliNCii. 0 ronf of tfr.r.nouUNn. Octobrr22.—Oily of Jjyfinry, 7-10 inns from Sydney 20th Inst., with nine-tern cabin and fiTty-i'inc t^-vrr.^o p".-^t;n,-,vrs. October 23.— Hurra !Unn>, s.s.?;., J'iv>m Aib'l.mio S^'h inst., with Foren cabin nivl e»;;ht stiriwjft j»n K--y.il Sa-con.-biiv.^uv, from Conception Itav lih.July; .'.aniM Ibiiurs, rcval mail sJjip, from Liverpool r>tii Ai»;r;M, with thiVry.iiiiie .Mbht ami four hun dred nml sixty isitcrmoiiato ami t-i<vra-'.! ph-son^Tj : Cromwell, Imrrjiie, from rivmonlli 7;H .hi!v, v,ith ci^ht cabin un.l forty-uvo intonnovlirito nml sterru^ pas-urn /riM. October 21.—('Imitipion. ti-.-m P"i-il.uirl 21M inst., with tm cn'oin nud twomy.iour pa*-rM'ro;\<: lUi«<nl, s'.'.'.xMiirr. from .Sydney K'th in-.t., v\it.li i wn e.iMn p.assuijor.s; Pioneer, uchooucr, lroni Chatham I^Inn«!s 20th ult. at riu: JIKAl^. October 23.—Toron, fcJioojut, from Waimanb^o]; Co:ir.vr.l!, barque, from Plymouth fr...

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

■: Sandhurst Directory. A DEI,AIDE OUSEKVBU OFFICE.—Gold bought. JX' ' 14flo - £■ ROUS OPI'ICK.—JIackay and Co., l'iko's Build JrX. inss, Pall Mull. oct30 ' EEKDIOO HOTEL, Bridge-street. Jobn Harney, proprietor. (COMMERCIAL AUCTION ROOMS, Pall Mull. J ' H. MARKS, Auctioneer, novlf. CO,1 M'DONALD, Lemonade and Soda-wate. c Manufacturer, M roe-street. Late C. and J. M'Donald. STootlO C I, QVIST, Working Jeweller, Engraver and m Watchmaker,luu removed liis Dagnevraan Gallery to M'Crue-street, opposite tlie Exhibition Building. 4novl0 COOPER & KO BATH AN, Military Tailors, Pall Mall. Decl .US, WALL & JOKDAN, Bosquet and Raglan 1 Streets, White Hills Hamlet, 7th White Sill. UNCAN & CO., Saddlers ami Harness Makers, near the Freemason's Hotel Pall Mall. n7 aW. HAYCOCK, Agent foe Adams and Co. on Ben . digo, Pall Mall. HOLLINGSWORTil. Plumber, Glazier, and Paper hanger, House and Sign Painter, Market-square H MA11KS, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, Pall » Mall, nov...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

; : L' • SAKDHUBST WHOLESALE PRICES .CUHRENT. Advi'iiiw Offico, Friday Evening. Tho mgu rates of cartage still prevailing iniovrn, for nu tho diggings, keep our market badly, supplied with goods; conse quently hoMere are very firm, as they could not replace tbeir etocl: from town at present quotations..Business in general, although not very brisk, is steady, and much sounder than it bos been for .tbo last, six months. Tbo enormous losse3 incurred by outside speculators during tbo last winter season will, wj trust, bo a warn, ing from glutting such a .niarkot as ours, wlisro' consumption is ; limited, and speculation does not exist. • • , .Oats continue firm, and .good-samples arc rr.tber scarce. Pre sent.Yttluo, lis. to lis. Od. par bushel for be3t Scotch; 9s. for •. r Capo: 12s, fid. end ISs. for'best colonial. ' 33nAN is rather quiet. Sales arc'limited and quotations until* tered—Ss. Gd. to fls; Cd. - - " IlAY.-rOur market bos been freely supplied wltli colonial during tho week,.a...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

comm rrcim/ intelligence. sandhurst GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Friday evening. : Gold is still quoted ot £3 .Ills.; vritt' a dowmvurd tendency. The '■ •bringing of tile rates of exoliunyeto per La contemplated, tvnd nt "j tin early .day a reduction may be expected.. Tha caccrt, which took down over 12,000 ounccs of gold on Tucsdr.y^ftst, shows that tho yield of this. field is still on tho increase. TIio rich quartz veins - now in course of opgmliim on tho ftoM yield steadily, and an equal Amount of gold, if not greater, a ay bo'conttdeutly expected a long •'tiuielo cowe. -. ^- • ^

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ANNIVERSARY DINNER OF LOYAL GOLD MINERS PRIDE LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

ANNIVERSARY DINNER OF THE LOYAL GOLD   MINERS' PRIDE LODGE. After the celebration of the anniversary of the founda- tion of this Lodge of Oddfellows during the day, by     meeting the Loyal Bendigo Lodge at Host Harney's,   and thence proceeding in procession to Host Croom's,     White Hills, where amusements had been provided,     this lodge returned to Host Turner's, Golden-square,   to dinner at six o'clock. Three tables, the length of   iliu Lod^o'i'ooii), wure lmntlsoiudy Juiil out witli t:buml a h;'j «>i" tlie [jowl tilings in Hiinann- I-Y.nrtimily to tho Ui>nr nnu juiiceili 1\G. Gibbs took the cU;'.ii\ support ;nI by IYJ. 'I'obiri und I'/i. Dunn, tr.hl N.G. M iv/by !iic vioiv vii.nr, \\n excellent Imiss-biiml piuyini; I'm; Kon-a lieet'oi" 01:1 Knglaud." Grace having been sniii by til's Chair man, the company, consisting of about eighty, pro c...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 October 1855

.By the arrival of the Jiunes Buincs we linvc intelli gence from Liverpool, of date August, 5tli, being fifteen days later thnn our j)revious dates. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) Queenscliffe, 23rd October, 1855. 8.30 a.m.         By the arrival of the Jame3 B.iines we Jiavo fifteen days luter newd. THE WAR. Little lias been done since the unsuccessful attack of the 18th June. ; The Allies have carried their entrenchments so close to the Jiussiiui funifiontious iw to -pie^ut the guns of the taster toping depressed to injure. tlie: assailants, while they have provided places of security for troops 60 as to be ready for assault. • Successful or not, the siege will then ho raised, and the Allies will pursue a new plan of operations. Immense preparations are being made at Knmeiscli, Balaclava, Kitpatoria, and Yeuikale, especially at the two iirst-named places, where the worlts are of si:ch a char acter as to compel the Russians lo keep atta...

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

Carpenters' Tools and Cutlery. WILLIAMS AND SON, ■ MUNDY STRKET, Have tlie most extensive Stock. SAWS. PLANES, nnd JOf NEKS' TOOLS in every variety ; socket, and firmer chisels, gouges, every- vu rietv of files, spokeshaves, draw-knives, braces nnd bits, iron liraces. uses all sizes, adzes, hummers, saw-sets, rides, squares, mitre squares, spirit levels, beyils, bench and hand vices, flat-nosed, round and cutting plvers, pincers, screw boxes nnd taps, aorew plates, drill stocks.ind drills, SCREW WKENCHKS, mortico and cutting guages, shell and screw, angers, gimblets, bits for braces, metal saws and shears, measuring tapes, compasses, glue pots, soldering irons, cold chisels, horse rasps, shingling hummers, Turkey and other stones, plumb bobs, <&c. CKOSS-CUT SAWS.. CUTM2KY.—W. and Son be<f to cnll particular at teuiion to their extensive stock of Cutlery, of the'very: best quality. ' IVOllY anil other TAISLE KNIVKS, carvers una stoel ;Scissors; cork scre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

MILK! MILK! MlliK! TO lie Imd at Dayey's Dairy, corner of Forest and j Barnard strecU, genuine Milk, mnming a id evening, Civum, and Fresh Butter tit Is. per lb. Don't forget the uld-estabHshed Dairy. lonovlS YODDAN and SMITH, General Amenta, Collectors," r.nd Bill Posters. ■ Orders punctually attended to. Criterion Hotel, Sandhurst., 15uct30 EOR &vIp. ii Quartz Lease, situated on tlio celebrated New Clium reef,.in tlie immediate vicinity of some of the richest olaims ; or. The proprietor would enter into arrangement? with ii respectable parfj to work the same, on favorable terms. Apply to Tolhurst Brothers, gold brokers, View Point. 2oot30 THE Publio of Bendi^o will find it to their advantage to einplov Macartney, practical watchmaker, at the Bridge, 1st White, Hill, lijv>oni-road, who repairs and cleans watches with care, accuracy, and despatch. Cleaning, 12?. 6d. ; Watch Glasses, 2h. fid. Jewellery Repaired cheap. Unovll W01iK,INa MINERS' PROTECTION SOC1HTY. A'GEN'EUAL...

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LORD ROBERT GROSVENOR'S CANTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

I.ORD ROBERT.'GHOSVKNOR'S CANTICI.K. Tlie iiinnsinns of tlio ju3t I'll share, Nor live where sinners ihvell; My heart deligliteth in Muy-l-Yiir, But lmteth Clnrkenwell. Mv limise shall in Tybumia be; My home in l'imlioo; I will not rest in Berinoiulsey, Or sleep nigh Bunliill ltow. Mount Pleasant is a wiokwl pluce ; A nnughty folk's abode, / Anil let me not. in any case, Beside by Qnswel] IJoad. But on Hav-Hill I will rejoice, In Grnsvenor Square the saine : The latter place give me, for choice, ]5y reason of the name. Oil! come on Sunday from your Inneu, And courts, ye straying sheep; And here behold what quiet reigiu, And how we Sunday keep !' You'll see no fisU for sale, nor meat, Nor public-houses here, Whence' ragged girls, with slipshod feet, Are fetching pots of beer. You'll never, on that liolv day, Unhallowed shoulders view, Of mutton, brought from o'er the *&y, Our blessed gates unfo, With baked potatoes under tlmt, Ujion h tray of tin? All smoking hot. and sonk'rl...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

SYDNEY... Execution op Mary Ann Brownlow.— The Goulbourn correspondent of tlie 'Empire' writes,—At four o'clock this (Thursday") afternoon,' this unfortunate young woman suffered the extreme penalty of the law on the scaffold erected for the purpose within the walls of the goal. Her case has excited great interest and sorrow in the community, on ac count of- the various extenuating circumstances 'in her favour, or circumstances, at any rate, calculated to engender a feeliDg of the deepest sympathy and pity. X allude to her youth, she being only twenty-three years of age; to the fact of her having struck.only one blow, and that, without a doubt, while in a state of frenzy; to the fact of her leaving three orphan infants, the youngest 'of whom is a baby not three months old, and who was born in the goal ; and to the fact of her previous unblemished reputation, excepting fas is alleged) being addicted to dri&k; and the particularly quiet, submissive and pious be haviour which c...

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LEASING ALLUVIAL WORKINGS. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

LEA SI NG AL r.UV LVI,. WO UK. I NGS. To the Editor of the ficndigo Advertiser. Sir,—I trust that you will give me the ear of the public your popular papi't' to cull the attention to a new feature of leasing now in course of adop tion by the Loratl Court. It is the leaning of alluvial workings. At the Loral Court, oil Saturday last, a peti tion was lodged fnv n lease of 50 yards of the " worked out" alluvial diggings. Because it had not been worked for t wo months no objection was made by the " wise heads" of the court. Some nonsensical anti-leasing caut was, however; expended on the occasion, but for whom it was intended to be a benefit, X won't attempt to say. Sup pose, Sir. Editor, that a flat such as Beudigo Flat or Golden Gully which during the winter has been too wet to allow being worked, is leased oil the grounds tlmt it has not been forked for two months, Where are we to go to when the dry season sets in, unci drives us from where we linve been during the winter ? Are we to...

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