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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 November 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POUT OF MKJVttOUliNE. AIiniVED. Ootober23.—"Windsor, transport ship, from Kincjsfnwn/Dublin. 8kh June, via Pemarubutfo r*0i.H July, with thirteen c>U>in p!isson» gera, nn<l four huudrcd rat'k nnd fife of U/M\ 4.0th regiuiow, with t.»enty.flvc womou a-ul tljirtr-rtvo children, in th* BtOfruge: Li'-fcie Pot, schooner, from Sydney 2lst. nil. UotohfM' ST1.—S*'„>r.n Miivl, s.s.s., from Pori Albert: TVanriflpjr. brit?, from Sydnuy 22nd uit.; Glcneoe, from Now Plymouth, N.Z, UGthSept; City of Hobart, s.s.s., from Holurt Town 2lth uit., with twoiit.y»8ix cabin awl twonf.v»thre« steeracw passenger:*. October 28.—Swo.lon, Am, ship, from Now York 2nd July, with five cabin passengers; White Swan, s.s.s.f from Adelaide 2'»th nnl Portland 27ih uit., with eighteen cabin and thirty-four tttcornxe passsnecrs; Queen, R.3.R., from I'tolfust.and "Wurrnamboot 27th ■uit, with thirteen cabin find sevontwn steerage passenger#; J.-A. Jesurun, U.S. brij;, from )5ata...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 November 1855

rnHE BENDKrO ADVERTISER, the first I newspaper on tho Victoria, (iohilields, and tho best ■Inland Advertising Medium in tlit) colony, . PUBLISHED EVBin TuiiSDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY .Morning, !I» printed and published at Sandhurst, the township of the district of Bendigo, the Metropolitan Cioldlield Australia. . The Bkndigo Advertiser has the most extensive circulation of any provincial paper in the colony. The Importance of this journal as an advertising medium must be nt once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst in not only the capital of one of the Ijaugust Gouivnans, but i> the mart of the extensive Pastoral District comprising the-valleys of tho Loddon and Oahi-aspik, mid the wide and fertile plainR extending to the Murray. The political principles of thin journal ure liberal—such as are almost universally recognised ns in accordance with the development of a young and vigorous colony ii\to a noble and world-renowned nation. The local interests of Bendigo will, of cou...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 November 1855

'.'MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. TYuiArgus.ot Monday say*:—" Our list of wholesale prices cur* rent haying been published on Thursday Inst, corrected tip to the previous day, we'refrain from republishing it, a* there have been no changes of importfipce'"sinco. The flour market, is very firm', and tho tendency is towards a further aiU'ance." - The Herald says:—"Tha flour trade ia again the grout pivot for •xeltdnutit, find sonu of the spacmhtDM for a rise were very joyful to-day at tlie prospect of obtaining £30 per ton before the week •closes. We mlviso them not .to ' hulloo before they are out of th wood',' as there is still a considerable stock of 11 avail and Chilian flour in the city, aud three vessels from Chilian ports are now many days overdue. The principal holders of Haxall flour are Bi'liingto Jay at £IG to JtJ8; and some parties are asking £17 for Chilian., We huto received two jeoorts, from equally reliable sources, as to the South Austr&lirn harvest:, one account "...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 November 1855

COM3!15RCIA.L INTELLIGENCE. SAXDHtjltST COLD MAEKEr. Advertiser Office, - Wednesday evening. Gold rates at £3-158. per ounce, with ft downward teudeuay. The oscort started yesterday with 0,&32 ounces of gold, and £3,029 iu cash. ' The deposits tor the weelc were .750 ounces. It will bo aeon by the futurns this week that a considerable fall Ing ofT has taken place.: This c«u only.be accounted for by the Jush to Fiery. Creek,. AVe hear of peraona loaviug, here for there everyday, nnd, by private letters received, we understand that jnany aro.on.the return. - < i : The followiug Melbourne nows will be found interesting. ..<< > Thti Argus of Monday*'referring to Saturday, says:— "The gold market litis boon quiet tq-dav. - Duty was paid on S2D ounces for Hon^ Koflg, by the Lord "Warriston. " After tho closing of purchases for shipment by the Champion of the seas on Thursday, tbu# prico of gold rcceded Od: per ounce. It is now £3 15s. 3d. ' " By...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 November 1855

BIRTH.       On the 31st October, at High-street, the wife of D. Wulkow, M.D., of a son.

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"BREACH OF PRIVILEGE." To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 November 1855

"BREACH OF PRIVILEGE." To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. Sir,—An article in your last issue, under the above heading, has given us more satisfaction than any remarks we remember to have read in your valuable paper for some time. We therefore feel it our duty to express our thanks to you for the able manner in which you have supported the dignity of our representatives in the Local Court. We remain, Sir, Yours respectfully, Wm. S. Brown. Paul Kilkenny John Foley. Wm. F. Forrest. Lawrence Dooley. Frank Patterson. Alexander Kinnear. William Reardon. Henry Spurries. John Arnor.   Jos. Parkinson. J. W. Fisher. Jas. Morrison Golden Gully, October 31st, 1855. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. Sir,—Please inform the public if schoolmasters, lo- cated on Government Lands, paying no rents, and re- ceiving an exorbitant salary for doing nothing, are allowed to keep a shop for the sale of stationery to the great injury of those who seek a livelihood by such means. You...

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EXTENSIVE FIRE IN FLINDERS-LANE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 November 1855

KXTF.NSIVR FirtE IN FLINDEIiS-LANE. Yesterday morning, about half-past one o'clock, Annies were observed by tlie policeman on duty in Flinders-lime wetit, proceeding lVom nn opi'n apace between two stores belonging to Messrs. Bright Brothers and Co., in n right of-way between Flinders-street and Flinders-lane. Tho fire proceeded from a quantity of felt, using for roofing, which had been deposited outside the stores for want of rojini, and was covered in by a tarpaulin. The felt bcin;f composed of highly inflammable materials, the column of flume soon acquired .sullioient power to heat the -walls of the iron stores on either side to such an extent that the goods within, consisting principally of grain, beans, &«., became ignited, aud, the buildings being lined with wood, both were sum in a blaze, 'l'lie policeman who discovered tho lire promptly gave tho alarm, and tli» 1 own Hall bell soon announced to tlie citizens ilie oo- y currence of the disaster. The iirc brigades, vol...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. (From Thursday's Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 November 1855

MELBOURNE OOMMEfSCIAI- NEWS. (From Thursday's fferalti.) . The gold market remains at £3 l.Ys, 3d. Entries -wore passed at tho Custom-house to-day for J652$ ounces for shipment to Houg Kong, And 1 oz. 17 dwte. for Auckland and Hnbart Town. A vessel from Valparaiso arrived this morning; but we hsvo not s*pd the advices sho bVings, Her cargo ^about 800 tone) has cluuiged hands, and vra hear tho purohaser holds for £40 per ton. At the town'mills this morning (OJillian flour in selling at £47 per ton. "We hoar that a considerable quantity of Chilian wheat. of prime quality, has arrived hare from Sydney, on account of one of tho town millers.

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, 31st October. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 November 1855

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, 31st October. tBefore the Stipendiary Mncristrnte. I " Drtu5K ano D:soiidf.hi,t.—Williuin Brown and James Tingey, wero each fined 40s. or in default three days im prisonment. Patrick Coleman was fined 5s. Using Obscexe Lakguaoe.—James Tingey, who had been previously fined for being drunk, was fined .£5 for tliis offence, Feloxkously Steamso a Load of Hat. — Tobias and Walter Edwards were charged with this offence. It appeured that the plaintiff, Willim G. Whipple, leased sonic ground from Mr. Boss, the squatter of the cam paspe, and employed the defendants, who had land next to liis, to cut some hay, after working a short time they expressed a determination to take some of the hay, stating that the land off whicli.it came belonged to them, the whole question was as to the boundary between White Hill and the defendants ground, which hud been incorrectly laid down by the surveyor. There was not the least evidence of a felonious intent, the case was ...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1855. A TOUCHSTONE FOR THE SURVEYOR-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 November 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OI7R RIGHTS, AND OtIR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1855. A TOUCHSTONE FOR THE SURVEYOR GENERAL. The election for the district of Bendigo is, after all, likely to be a much more important and inr foresting affair than there was any reason to expect a few-days since. It is very certain that there is a powerful organization sot on foot to secure the return of the Surveyor-General as one of the members for Bendigo." The proposition to select a member of Sir Charles Hotham's Govornment is so startling, that it is an incumbent duty upon every man, and especially -upon those who have taken some interest in public matters Here, to ad dress themselves" at once in all earnestnesss to a consideration of the question, whether the first mining Constituency in Victoria shall signalise its first exercise of political rights by choosing a mem ber of that Government which stands execrated throughout the civilised world for its imbecility, its unparalleled ext...

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LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 November 1855

LOCAL COURT. "Wednesday, October 31. Present: Francis Jonea, Esq., Chairman; Messrs. "Mackenzie, Benson, O'Conor, Dcnovaii, and Jamieson. In reply to a letter from the Chairman of the Local Court concerning the publication of the Mining Regu lations, -an revised by the Court, in the local press, that gentleman laid on the table the whole of the cor ,respoiyience on the subject which had been referred !baek (ram Melbourne to the Chairman with the follow ing n):nme in tlie handwriting of Sir Chas. Hotliam:— " Thefijnestion is, why did the Chairman give his sanc tion? 'C. H." The first letter on the subject inform ing the-Colonial Secretary that the proposed regulations had been advertised, and requesting to know to what extent the advertising was to go, had the following'en dorseinent in tire hand-writing of the Colonial Secre tary :—" The Regulations of the I.ncal Court at Sand hurst, when approved by his Excellency the Governor, will be published in the Government Gazelle. Those whi...

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PROROGATION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 November 1855

PROROGATION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. A " Gqvernmenl Gazette Extraordinary," pub lished on Tuesday last, announces that the Legis lative Council stands further prorogued from the 6th Lost, to the 23rd ; and it is further proclaimed that on the 23rd inst. the " Legislative Council shall assemble for the despatch of business."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 November 1855

- THURSDAY, the Stli NOVEMBER, 1855. To Gnpitnlists, Wine and Spirit Merchants, Licensed ■ Victuallers, I'urties Seeking Investments, uud Others. Splendid Investment—Freehold Property,. THE ORITEKK'N HOTKL, •: Market-square, Sandhurst. L; M.VCPTIEHSON and CO. have heenhonoredVith! i instructions from the Trustees and the Mortgagees of the Estate of Jtfessrar W»U»j>h *nd Co., to* offer to" pnWie competition, (if not previously disposed of by; private contract), on Thursday, {lie fttfy November, eale to commence at 12 o'clock, on tfye preu'iis{3, AH tjiat Piece or Parcel of LAND, being ,a corner al lotment, having a double frontage of .l!t5 fecjb facing Mundv-street, and 250 feet facing Dowling fctrect, being allotments 17. IS, and- II), section "JO, portion C, township of Sandhurst. TOOBTIIKH with Tlml (Valuable, nnd Substantially-built .Upper-storied jBUlLDlNG, known as the ' CRITERION HOTEL, The House iB in capital repair, considerable expense Jmving been lately incurred in rede...

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INQUEST CONCERNING THE DEATH OF JAMES LAWRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 November 1855

INQUEST CONCKRNING THE DEATH OF JAMES LAWRENCE. Before the cnrouer, Dr. Roche, anil the following jury, Richard Friswell, James Ormond, Norman M'Lean, Fr. - derick Talbot, J. J. VF. Frieker, J. L. C'room, G. S. Butter, James Osborne, Thomas Parkin. Edward Hayton, E. C. Jones, and 0, A. Mockler, Foreman. Late on WodneBduy evening last, the important jn quest that with the exception of the intervening Sunday, had been silting without intermission since the previous Friday, brought ils protracted labors to a close. The enquiry was of a triple nature, embracing the shooting, by the man Northam—the medical treatment of the case by Dr. Wull, and his partner Dr. Jordan, and the charge against Dr. Smith, of having injured the deceased whilst in a.state of intoxication. The investigation ex cited considerable interest, ^specially amongst the mem-, hers of the medical profession, n great number of whom attended tile Court from tlie commencement to the tcr minntion of the proceedings. The jury...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) Queenscliffe, 31st October, 1855. 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 November 1855

LATEST EUROPEAN HIVS. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) Queinsclifie, !tlst October, 18f)f>. 8 p.m. Arrival of tlio Sussex from London, eighty-two days. By this'arrival we have news to the 8th of August. T1IE WAR. Marseilles, 4th August. Tlift Thabor haa arrived with accounts from Constan tinople to the 26th tilt. Meliemet Bey, the new Turkish ambassador, has arrived by her with a numerous suite. TJie accounts from the Crimea are to-the 23rd ult, The works of the Allies are within seventy metres of the Malakoff Tower, and the batteries were being armed very rapidly. The Russians have increased their works on the north side, and have carried their heaviest cannon into the Faubourg of Klarabelnaia. No positive ac counts had been received of the movements of Schnmyl. An English squadron is cruising before the Fieclie of Arabat to prevent the Russians from repairing the roads. It ia said that after the evueuation of Kertsch by theAUies the Russians re-entered it, and burned all the depots of ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 November 1855

SHIPPING INTKLIil<i 1-1NOK. POUT OK Mr'J.nouitNK, . October SO.—Wonijn, s.from Sydney ,27th ult,, with '.ninntcrth cnbm ftml ^orty-nino stc-ora^'o pri^oncr^'is. October 31.'—Champion, &.s.s., from Porthin I. Port t'air.v,.and • .Warrnambool JlOth nlu, with sevfh cabin and tv.vntv stcurnxo •angora; Caroline, brigtiutine, from (^hiitlihm IMntyl 3nth ult.; 'Lucy, bri«,"fn»m Mauritius Sth Sepfembor; . Pririfco of Wales, schooner, from Circular Ife.id x?7ihulL; Geowe Hanrirli, llnru. Wrg brig, from Valparaiso. Gth August: W.inju, Swodi^h brig. from Valparaiso 27tit tlijlyj Mivue.'hrh;, from Chaihnm IhlundR fjth ult.,'frith four cabin passengers; Arif'V schooner. 'from New Ply mouth, N\ Z., IfliU ult. j Cirtjyhoiind. U. S. ship, from Vnlpnrniso 'Iftth Augu*^; Adelo,' ilftiiuvoriiin ship, from AuU-orp 12th .Villy, .with two'hundred find twenty-two Italian passengers; Fxpross, schooner, from Calcium 1st August; Adyh'ci.(\.Bhi]j, from Tendon 12th July; Caroline, schooner,'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 November 1855

Sandhurst Directory. Adelaide observer office.—Gold bought. - 149c American house restaurant, George Simpson, proprietor. Dinner on the table atone o'clock. 323j«n31 Argus OFFICE.—Blackiy and Co., Pike's Build ings, Pull Mall. oct30 BENDIGO HOTEL, Bridge-street. John Harney, proprietor.' /Commercial auction rooms, 1'nii Mali. G O. m'DONALD, Lemonade and Soda-write. • Manufacturer,. M rae-strcet. Late C. and j. M'Donald. C l, qvist, Working Jeweller, Engraver and • Watchmaker, has removed his Dngnerreah Gallery tq m-'Crae-strDetj OppoBite the Exhibition Building. J 4novl0 I H. marks, Auctioneer. novlS COOP Ell & IIOBATHAN, Military Tailors, Tall Matt; / Peel 158. WALL & JORDAN, Bosquet and Kaglan fttreets, White Hills Hamlet, 7th White Hill. UNCAN & CO., Saddlers and Harness Makers, near the Freemason's Hotel Pall Mull. ' n7 B D W. HAYCOCK, Agent l'or Adams and Co. oil Ben \T. dino, Pall Mall. HOLUNCtSWORTH, Plumber, Glazier, and Paper hanger, House and Si«n P...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 November 1855

SANDHURST WHOLESALE PHIOES ODjmENT. JdvertUsr Office, J Frirtav Eveninc "We have rery little change to.riotice In oar market sinco our last report. Business baa been less brisk than the preceding week, )>ut prices remain fir/n.' Oitb.—The demand for this article continues steady, nnrl prices remain'firm. HestSo:»tch are worth lis; 0d.'to lis. 0d. per b\isb«l; eohmisl, 33s.; Cope nnd East Indian, fls. fid. Bran.—"Wo notice less demand for this articJo. Tho low price of hay and' chaff interferes greatly with the consumption of the articlo, and largo sales could not bo effected exccpt ata reduc tion of our quotations. We quote it at 6s. .to 63. '3d; per bushnl. • . - r Hay.—Supplies of this article continue to come in freelv, nnd prices are not so firm. Best colonial is Tyorlh £22 to £03 per ton: real ijood ohaff, 438 to £30. - . . Tlocr.—Our market, is still badly supplied, and prices are Arm : but, notwithstanding the great' advance fir this article in town, prires here are unalte...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 November 1855

CQiVUJ ERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHUK3TG0LD ItAHKET. Advertite.r Office. Friday evenincr. Gold remains firm at oiif l$st quotation, £3 Ifis. per ounce. The jredtiotion of thojritcs nfexchftnge frcyn 1 ger cent. premium to par bus not yet taken place. Such, howovor,' is in contemplation by thohonks! 'and d reduction of from Od. to 1b. per ounco may bo lookod for. The laying on of ,the Shalimur for the Oth irist. will probably keop gold at ita preeant rate until aftor the date of her Billing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 November 1855

110 Let, the Hamburgh Store, lata Stankie Brothers ; . also, a Piece of Ground in High-street. Inqnire of J. Pricker, Oth White Hill. 2-tnov 10 FOR Sale by private contract One Horse Puddling Machine, with a good supply of water, situated on Bendigo Creek, the first below Golden Square Bridge : with two box barrows, two pumps, one large cradle and longtom, and all tools required; together _ with one largo tont and stable. For particulars inquire at the machine. . . 16nov6 DUNN and .BA.YNE continue to supply their . superior Coffees at the following price* :—Finest Mocha and Jamaica, Is. Od. per lb. m quantities of 6lbs.nnd upwards Is. id.j.'finest Jamaica andDemerara, Is. 2d. per lb., in quantities of 6 lbs, and upwards, la, Pall Mall, Sandhurst, and township aof Eaglehawk. 233satc GRAND WALKING MATCH For a Sweepstakes of .*£10. Saturday, November 3rd, 1855. TO start from Hemingway's Royal Hotel, going round tjie flag-post opposite Turner's United Kingdom Hotel, and returning to tli...

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