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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. A WEEKLY BILL OF SLANDER. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. A WEEKLY BILL OF SLANDER. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. near Sir,—Id tlio lending columns of your lust Sa turday's issue. you honor me with 'special notice. You imike lue out' to be a " fanntic," and " enthusiast.'' You charge me. with being guilty of " constructive per jury," of having designs upon the electors and keeping them in the dark as to the coming mnn. all of which I need scarcely tell your readers found a being only in the fertile brain ■ of the writer. Allow me to say, sir, 1 that your charges are entirely false, and I deny them in loin. With regard to the first one X can only sav that I luiver endeavored to (In mv duty faithfully, and if that be what yon cull fanaticism, then there are many fanatics l am happy to say in the world. In the second place you charge me with " construc tive perjury.'' Pray, where did you get your informa tion from ? " I nm not aware of ever once thinking aliout taking such an oath as the new constitution re...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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FIERY CREEK WHOLESALE PRICES. (From the Ballaarat Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

JPIEHi' GKJJKK WHOI.IJSALK PRICES. (From tho IjaUaarat Timet.) •Flour, £70 to £76 per ion. Ojits, J'jh. to 1 (Jh, jh)r buuhol; • v liruti, ',U. lid. pef1 bushel.* .Ten, £:i'to£U lO^/perch/jBt, Coft'ce, £a 18s."to £o por uvrt. 1 ' Mgai', £2 16s. to £3 }8a. por cwL; Cossipore, 1st quality, £l lUs. U>£1. Jlotileu Fniira, £1 8a. to £1 10s. per doten. Piokloa, pints;* 15s. to JStf/per Uuz«n; qutuu, £1 2s. to £l 4a. .s^nlijiew, 15s: pj>r ddz'en,' ' ' ' Umnily, £l 15g. to'£l 18s. per gallon. ■Morulas Old Tom, £tf 5s. per case. Port Wine, £1 5s. per gallon; sherry. £l 5s. to £1 "s. Whiskey, Scotcli, £l 8s. to£l 10h. per gallon, J'orUsr, (dull,) £4 lUs. per-iMlozen uano. .Ale, Uu., £l XOs. per 4-do/.cn ouso. .Minors'Tools—in demand: tubx, £1 oai*h; spades, £5pftrdoron; ' Collin*'piujis, 46 per doztui; washing pans, £l per dozen. Boots, ahoea, drapery, tjmvare, ifcc., in great demand.

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

MACHI3KUT. 11 Stcani milla. SJ. Quariz cnmliiiipr mnohinas. 1,314 Paddling roschiass. cuinksb Golden Onllv 772 inhabitants. Spring finlly 4BIS ditto. Hack Creek 800 ditto. WliitR mils 700 * ditto. Peg Leg 430 ditto. Kngle-IIiiwk 20:) ditto. Eagle-Hawk, White Hills 470 ditto. Long (jitlly ". 750 ditto. Iron-Burk 450 ditto. Total 5,247 Triere are about 200 Chinese located in various portions of this District not included in the nhove. Amount of gold forwarded to Melbourne per escort during the fortnight ending 27tli Oct., 2l,8Dl ounces. The revenue derived from Miricrs' Rights and Business Licenses during the same period amounts to X'/ 2(i 10. Rkoister ! Hkoister!—We are requested to state that nil applications for the registration of claims to vote, must be nintle this day ns early as possible, (it the Police Office. .Some uiis-understnnding took place on Saturday respecting the reception of claims, anil to do away with any cause of complaint, the time has .been extended to this date...

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

VroriCK.— Mr. P. K. J. Dinin hn» Iweil nppointcd 1M Mining Reporter.fur tliis Juurnul. ami is uurboii.sed jto receive'A(lverti«Hmeuts in the onr.lviiiif yi.illie*. "\TOTIUIi.—Letter» f>ir dm tilll<iwtnvr P«r»uiiii ure JA ft the Olfice of this Pap'r:— " '' Ueunio AI'Nttinuru, Alfred Chandler.

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OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

' OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. Number of Miners' Rights taken nut dur ing the week flndhtff 87th October .... lflfl nt £1 0 Nil • iier of Business Licnni'.s ditto ditto „ 12 nt X'il 10 Ditto ditto ditto .ditto ... 1 at -Cfi ; 0 Ditto ditto ditto ditto .. 7 at £.10 0 Amount of gold deposited in fiold-ofliee do. do. 750 ozn. Ditto ditto withdrawn do. do. 410 07s. and jEfllti. Bnlnnec remniniug do. do. l.'j,102 fiit. 10 dw!«.. and £1,S2.1. • No. of qiinrt* Iphsm c;mut'Kl during same period five companies, 75 ynrds. N'nnlier of Chinese population tickets issued during j the $ante period, 1/120 nt £1.

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1855. REPRESENTATION FOR OUR COMMERCIAL INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

ME SENDISO ADVERTISER. FKOORKSSION, OTIIt JU011TS, AND OUK RKSOURCKS. •TUESDAY, OCTOBER' 30, 1855. REPRESENTATION FOR OUR COMMER ' ' CIAL INTERESTS'. We are glad to observe that our commercial friends have taken the hint given tlieni in our Saturdays pajier, and are setting themselves se riously to work to find some gentleman among them qualified to represent their interests in the .Council. The dry bones have had some life infused into them—if only a little. Trade is awakening to # sense of its own importance, and demands some consideration for the counter and the warehouse, as ,well as fur the puddliijg tub and the sheep station. Wool, hides, and tallow, are only too well repre sented already in St. Patrick's Hall, and gold is to receive the entree. Why should not the tea, sugar, and rice, the drapery and spirits, pickles and sar dines, so extensively patronised by the diggers, receive due consideration. The trading interests on il;e goldfie)rls, mushroom as they have been in grow...

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MOUNT WILLIAM DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

MOUNT WILLIAM DIGGINGS. These diggings are turning out well, and it is grntify , ing to kuow tlmt our fellow-townsmen who are trying tlioir fortunes there n» meeting with considerable suc cess, two of these returned to town at the end of last week, with eleven pounds w»ii»ht of (rold : the iirodune of their mining industry-at Mount William. Portland. Guardian.

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BREACH OF PRIVILEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

breach of privilege. It is with very pjuch regret that we have to direct the attention of our readers to the proceed ings in the Local Court of Saturday last, as re ported in this day's issue. Our Resident Warden has generally evinced so much discretion in the performance of his very difficult duties that wc are astonished to find him so far forgetting him self. We thought that officialism had been taught it proper place, and that we were to have no more of the impertinences and jackanaperies which characterised the 'regime' of gold com missionerism. Our Local Court may rjot have realised all the extravagant expectations which were entertained of it, but wo beg leave to protest against any official, even Sir Charles Hotham himself, treat ing it in- the manner in which Mr. Panton did on Saturday last. This gentleman lias 110 ' locus standi' in the Court at all that we arc aware of, and he has therefore-no right whatever to require reasons for any course of action .the majority of its...

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FARE THEE WELL! [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

FARE TIIEE "\VELL ! Captain Brown gave n farewell address to a hundred or two of persons in front of the Black Swan, on' Saturday last. The captain, as usual, held forth from the platform erected for his spccial behoof. The subject upon which he undertook to enlighten the audience was one of some interest just now, and well adapted to form the staple of an interesting address, viz., the compa rative merits of the various candidates for legisla tive honors. Despite the rigmarole style in which this hero of the stump usually addresses his dear friends the diggers, his remarks were extremely amusing, and withal not fur from right. Now that the public are aware that he merely jests with' politics, the captain's lucubrations are harm less euougli. But then- novelty wears off. Their attractions cannot last for ever, and, like an itine rant showman, be must be oiji the. move, ilis departure will not cause many tearful eyes. ' "\Ve hay# 110 personal feeliijg towards Captain Drown of any s^r...

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RETAIL PRICES CURRENT [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

rtHTAir. l'luci-.H cur in; nt At the SoothkUs7 Crohs Stork, Si;u\hi0i'0L nmQiKOB ; Kiuior Ohkek. Flour, finest Adelaide, £3 pof bag; CUiUiio, £7 5s. to £7 10s. Su^ar, 8d. 'per lb. * OntK'ft, '2s. to i?t*V ffcl. p?r ib. Tuft, 2s. Oil. tnr JIh. per Jh. JWitor. Us. ti<l. to '1h. per lb. O.ils, IHs". poi7 lm*h>l. Uiftij, Os. per bu*l;ej. Mnizo, £l 7s. lid. jw.r hushol. Candles NVva Stra-jne, Uk. tid. prrjb.: .•urns, Ms. Od pufjb.; iiKinhftlailoa,'Sf«. Cd. patylb. I'ickles, Hi. por pint* ' Honk-d .Fruits, Hk. per bottle. .Ss. per lb.' . . . Pickled Salmon,1 Ss. par lb. , • Kftms Hiiil 2A. Od. per lb. ligfe'H, W)i. j)or (}b2<m. ' • i Ur mi. 3s. per -lib. loaf. Pnintaes. Sd. pnr lb. /•old, Xa 15s. till, per ouncn. -

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

SHIPL11NG INTULLIGISNC K. vovtr or aauitcd. • s October 2^.-xBlack Swan, from 2*rtl Mutant, ;with thirteen wtbiu uud scvo.iieou siooiua'c pa&jdngeta; Kxprcsd, M.8., ltx>Di ^(vjIouj;. October J?.fi.—*Klizul)fcth, schooner, from Port Fairy; Venture,' jbritf, from Sydney ltfth in»L. with throo cabin pitsSeuj^rfl. - October 2$.—Toleijrcph, steamer, from Sydney 2 Uh luat,, with jtMrty-nina ftihiit and rtiu1 hundred' utid two sfcoftwo pusanfifers •Ti^or, schooner, from King's Islaud'25th Instant; ilary Aun,v /rcUqou^t, poj^Uic Heads ATTJ1E HRAD8. :* • October 25.—Elir>tb<nh, schooner, fromBelfast Octobor 2ft.—Ojirt, brig, from Sydney; I UtUo Tet, schooner, NoffCt^atlijj'Almiii stooner, from Sydney, VHOJF.OTEn DBPARTUIIEB,; , * F >n TjypnjyipL.—ShuUmar, roypl nmH'ahip, lOth Kotorabor. For Tendon.—Admiral, 1st Decflmbor. Ton Caliao.—Western Uridp/Luey, David G. Fleming, early. F»n Valpaka'iso.—OblUan.'oajly, Foil Njy'tv Cali:u ■.NU.—iJar^ijitfer, early, . Foti.K4...

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

Sandhurst Directory. A. DELAIDE OBSEHVEU OFFICE.—Gold (.outfit. HOc ARGUS omen.—Mackuy una Co., l'ike's Build inif-i. Pall Mall. nd-Sli BlJNDlf-iO HOTEL, Iiridijo-atrcet. Jolm Harney, proprietor. ■ /in onMEncia ox j:ooms, i'aii Mali. \J H. MARKS. AuRtiotwr. nnvlS OC. M'DONALD, l',emmmdo and Snda-wute. t Manufacturer, JI rao-streoi. Lute C. and ,r. M'lJnnnltl, . S7ooUO C 'li. qvist, AVorkiniy .Jeweller, Engraver and • Watchmaker, linn removed Ins Daguerrean Gallerv 'to M'Crne-street, opposite Uio Exhibition Building. ' " ' 4novl0 COOPER & ItO BATH AN, Military. Tailors, Pull . Mall. ■ . — • . . ])ftcl "jrSUS.' WALL & JOltDAN, Bosquet and Itaglan JlJ Streets, White Hills Harulct, 7th.WhitojHill., U.NCAJI A CO., Saddlers and Harness JIuUors, near the FreeinnsoiV* llotel Pull Hall. • n7 GW. HAYCOCK, Agent Cor Ad am a and C0.1.01113en~ ". di:?o, pyi MkU. HOLLINGSWOliTH. l'lumbnr, Glazior; nnd^Papcr hanger, 'House and Sijtn JPainter, Market-square e MARKS, Auctioneer and C...

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BALLAARAT COMMERCIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

1UT.LAAKAT COMMERCIAL NEWS. • .(The Baifoarat S/arsa}?:—" Wo oro aorry to say business has £oen exceedingly dull during the last week; owing, in a great ^measure, to tlio superior attractions of Magplo and Fiery Creek; Pm.Ii plnces having drawn uwuy a large umoimt of our population. •* Buildings on tho mnin-road uro to bo purchased for 60 per ^out. lcsii ^lioir cost; but^yo huvo littto/aar but that a ruue* tlon will soon take jilucc." Tho quotations ar^-r . • Flour, Adriuido £5? por ton; Chilian, j-5S. v . OutH, colonial, lin.wr bushel; Scotch, lgs. . iJran, Ss. 3d, por bushel. Hay, £20 per tun.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE FLOUR MARKET. (From the Age.) Saturday, October 20th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. VliUtOUKNE Fl.OUU 1UHKET.,. (Frvm thu Age.) . biiLurJuy. October SOtb, 3A53. X>e^vcs and Co.Vquotntlons njc^ Finollour, jyiSjiortou; aticond.-i, i-'M; Chilian, £37; Hoiall and GiiIIoriV, £11, Bmn, as. por bushel. M'Loat boub'hCttl ISH.ito liis. pur bushel. ■

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MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

miscellaneous intelligence. Tlie Cork Kxitmincr announces on authority, nntl in, terms that can apply only to $lr.;DuiIy, M.P., that lending member of "the independent party'is about to" retiro.from the House of Commons, and emigrate to, Australia. Messrs.' Ellis and Co., of Saiford, have engaged to, miike fcjr "lie Government ten JM-inch mortars, eachot. wliicb will, when completed, ^ojgh about live t<ms. ,, , The Queen's new yuolit, the Victoria and Albert, has . been round tjie Islo of Wight in three hours, thus show ing a speed of twenty niile.i nn hour. • ifOOUO has been granted by the House of Commons, to Captain Jf'plurcl tjio discoverer of the north-west passage. ' In tlie eouyse of Dr, Hassall's exjtmiiiation beforo tho committee oil the luliiltcrat on of food, ho was asked . "whether roarmnladu \yi\v nlwqyti made of oranges." " Oh no," he replied';- " generally of tnrnins." : A series of experiments linve'lately been made in the grounds adjoining the Olielspu Ho...

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SIR WILLIAM MOLESWORTH—THE NEW SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

NIB WILLIAM MOLESWOHTH—THE NEW SE ' CBETARY QF STATE ,POE THE COLONIES • Our colonial friends will rejoice to hear that, upon receiving the resignation of Lord John Russell, the Prime Minister immediately' appointed Sir William • SJoleswortli, the well-known friend and advocate of co lonial reform, to the important post of Secretary of Statu for the Colonies. s Sir William Moleswortli was born in London on the • S'.lnl of May, 1S10. At the age of thirteen he succeeded {lis father in the baronetcy; and, as the great bulk of his pi'oj.e.ty, comprising some of the most fertile fields watered by the picturesque Camel, is situate in Cornwall, ho contrived in J8;is3 to secure his election for the western division of the county, and took his seat as a member' of the iirst reformed Parliament. ■ With all his acknowledged ability, his tenacious me-' inory, clear perception, exemplary patience, and indomi table perseverance, Sir W. Molesworth's nolilical course bus not run quite smooth. Wheth...

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THE SQUADRON IN THE CHINA SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

THK SQUADRON IN THE CHINA SEA. The following letter, «vhieh we have been obligingly fuvored with for publication, gives some curious infor mation respecting the movements of tile. squadron in the China sen. The natural impetuosity of youih irmy in some measure account for the strictures upon the conduct of Admiral Stirling, but beyond question there has been an unaccountable supincness evinced by the ponunander on this station. v Winchester on return to Hnlcodnde in Japan, Friday, Oth July, 1805.. My hurried note, by lite Styx, would, "with its enclosed letter nnd plans, give yon, no doubt, the idea thnt we would by this time be decorated,.heroes, covered with glory nnd spoils. But our day is pnst on this station, nnd we believe that, so long as our chief continues un changed, his cowardly behaviour will prevent our smell ing nnv powder but that expended in a salute. The'following memoranda will give you the best idea of our movements :— 1st Slay. — Sailed from Ilong ICong; no ships...

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DR. ROWE'S SENTIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

DR. HOWE'S ■SENTIMENTS. At the public meeting which was lipid Inst evening nt tlie Exliiliiticm Bnildiiii,', tl(e following letter was rend by Mr. Hulkes,,being (he answer of Dr. Hjwe to the invitation which was held out to him by vote of the former pnblio meetiug, to declare his politicnl opinion's in the.event of lijs intending to offer himself its ft candi date for the repieijentatiou uf the district of Beudigo in the Legislature. - Restdown l'li\i>)s. 2!)tli October, 1855. Dear Sir,—You will be so kii|il as to present iny best rcspects to the Diggers'Association, and explain to them my reasons for declining to oiler myself us a candidate for the representation of Sandhurst:1st. Because I feel 110 ambition to represent any constituency, and no inclination to quit tlie peaceful unci pleasurable retire ment of country lifts, which that duty would involve. Snd. Because X should be sorry to create that bad state of feeling in your community which "I feel sure the pre judices again...

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THE FUNERAL OF LORD RAGLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

THE FUNERAL OF LORD' RAGLAN. The wnr steamer Caradoo arrived nfc Bristol on tJlc 23rd of July, with the remains of the lata Commanders in-chief, • Lord-Kaglau. Oii the 2ith July, the coffin,, attended by bodies of troops, tlie late field-marshal'S. relatives, and the Corporation and officials of Bristol^, formed in a procession from Bristol to Badmiugtoni If all, the seat of the Duke of Beaufort. After lying in state here for several hours,' the mortal remains of tlie late' field-niarshaH were iuterred 011 'Thursday afternoon in, the'vaults of the Beaufort family in Badmington Church,, 'and A'ere attended to their last peaceful resting-place by 'many gallant veterans .aud distinguished personages. !At the lying-in-state the coffin was placed in the centre of the apartment, upon a raised bier, and was covered with n pall of blncl: velvet, ornamented with gold lace. Around it were several mutes and soldier's of the Koval ■ Gloucestershire Hussars, the latter acting as n guard of honor...

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. DISCUSSIONS ON AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 30 October 1855

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. DISCUSSIONS ON AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS PARLIAMENT. Ill tile House of Commons 011 the !l«l of August, j In answer to questions by Sir J. Pukington. Mr. Wilson said lie believed that 110 direct communi cation lind l)een received from Victoria witji respect to uny offer made by the Legislative Council of flint colony, but tliey knew of tlie circular letter of Sir W. Doiiison to nil tlie other colonies, making 11 proposal tlrnt they should eontributo proportionately a sum of X'lOO.OOl) for the purpose of ensuring steam communication. The proposal of the Legislative Council of Victoria in an swer to Sir' W. Denison's communication, was tlmt, supposing this sum to be raised, tho home Government should contribute £110,000 n 'year, anil the colonial Government X'10,000, A letter had also been received from Sir W. Dcnison, enclosing a resolution passu! by the Legislative Council of Victoria, that tlie colony wontd give £00,000 yearly as its contribution; but on condition tl...

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