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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

"YY7"ANTED a Laborer to work in a quartz claim. VV Apply at the crushing machine, Flora reef, Back Creek. 21bovG "V7T7"AFTED a Female Servant. Apply at Mr. V T Brandt's, tinsmith, High-Btr«et. 23nov(5 TT7"ANTED by an experienced Laundress, Family W Washing, to be taken away and delivered nt nine shillings per dozen. Address A. Z., office of this paper. 20nov6 WANTED a Situation as Groom or Stock Kider, by a Young Man of Coloyial experience and light weight. Address \V. W., office of this paper. 26nov6 w 'ANTED, u Butcher. Apply to Williams nnd O'Keefl'e, Murket-square. 379nov6 WANTED a Ijad. to make himself generally useful. ' Apply at Dr. O'Donnell, Kangaroo Flat. ; ' 27nov0 "TTTANTED a Yontli as Junior hand in a 'General W' Store; unexceptionable references indispensable. Francis Brothers, Pall-Mall. 25nov0 ANTED good, Mowers to cut bush hay. Alfred C. Nisbot, Clydesdale Hotel, Kangaroo Flat, : , lOnovC W "TT7"ANTED a Man that can Milk Cows anil make W himself generally useful. Sa...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE LONG INQUEST. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

ORIGINAL CORRI5S POND RNC E. THE r.ATK LONG INQUEST. To the Editor of the"Bcndiqo Advertiser. Sir,—It lmving been maliciously reported that n war rant was issued ' ngitinst Jnmes Egmi Wall for man slaughter, in the case of Lawrence, on mi/ information, on the dayof his commitment, I beg to say tliHt 1 did not do so, nor lmve [ at any time, directly or indirectly, iustigated such proceeding to anv one. ■ I beg to remain, Sir, , • , . Your obedient servant, JOHN HUTCHINSON,-M.D.! Brick Cnttnge, AVljite Hills T-Iumlet, J 5tli, November, 1S55. (Per favor af lb" ISendigo Advertiser.) Sir,—I soo that Captain Andrew Olarke, tito Surveyor- j General, lms been announced as an independent candi date to represent Bcndigo in'the .forthcoining eleot'lon. X am inclined to think' that this gentleman is eminently (pmlitted to do honor to the ■ choice of the electors, at till events to represent tliem on all points noeessary to secure them tlmt " protection" indoors, wliioh the miners know well enou...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Friday, 2nd November. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

COUBT 01? PETTY SESSIONS. " Friday, 2nd November. (Before, the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Assault.—John Walters, a man of color, was charged by A-Hone, a Chinaman, with having assaulted him. The plaintiff said that on Wednesday last he was digging at the Back Creek, when the defendant came to' his hole and went down into it. He took him by the aniT and brought'him up, the defendant then struck him and knocked him down. The defendant then gave a pantomimic imitation of certain pugilistic pranks, iu which he stated the Chinaman had indulged, and that in consequence he had been compelled to knock him down. That he had visited his hole, but simply from curiosity, and with no covetous intention. He was fined 40s. or three days imprisonment. - Mr. Pitman appeared for the plaintiff. Claim fou Waof.9.—Dr. Orlando Sydney was sum moned by a Frenchman of the naino of Gnyet. It ap peared that the plaintiff had represented to Dr. Sydney that he was in a state of poverty, when the Doctor, to whom h...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday November 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

LOCAL COURT. Saturday- November i). Present: Francis Jones, Esq., Chairman; Messrs. Wethcrell, Benson, Bouran, O'Conor, Jamiesoh, Deuo Tan, and Hosken. • ■ ■ . ■ The Secretary read two letters, one from Sir. Mac kenzie tendering his resignation, and another from the office of the Colonial Engineer, stating that by the deci sion of liis Excellency the Governor, there being no funds for the purpose, nothing could be done with re gard to supplying the Local Court with furniture till the 1st of the ensuing January. He also read one addressed to the Governor enclosing the' Heport of the Local Court on the question of fees. „~Slie Court then received applications for leases. \jPj'»irles Williams applied for twenty yards of u quartz reel; he stated that he liad no other elnim and mienueu to employ men or perhaps, take partners in. Messrs. Deiioviin and Jnmieson opposed the grant. Mr. Bouran thought the qtiestirn of leasing a difficult one; that there were several men of eapifetl who were w...

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DESTEUCTIVE FIRE AT THE EASTERN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

DESTEUCTIVE . FIllE AT THE EASTERN MARKET. Another extensive fire occurred in the city yesterday afternoon, about lialf-past twelve o'clock, and resulted in the destruction of ,110 less. than twelve shops and dwelling-houses, and of goods and moveable property to a large amount. The scene of the conflagration was the block of ground upon which the Eastern Market form erly stood, and the buildings which were consumed con sisted of a row of shops fronting Bourke-street, nnd others in the rear. The fire originated in a wooden building having a canvass roof, and occupied by Air. James Banwell as a board and lodging house, and, it is said, was caused by the chimney taking fire, and the roof igniting. - -.Although the wind was light and the alarm was quickly .given, . numbers of the build ings 011 the block were burnt down within ten minutes from the first breaking out of the flames. The fire brigades were, as usual, promptly in attendance, and the snnplv of water was lurj?e and easily ob...

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COLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

COLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. A meeting was held yesterday afternoon, at.the Ex hibition Building, convened by Mr. O'Brien, and Air. Taylor, editor of the Staiiilaril of Freedom, at Kilmore, as a deputation from the trustees of the pro. posed new bank. llr. Pitmau was called to the chair, and opened the proceedings by remarking ou the small attendance, owing, iprobnbly, to the short notion which had been given, and remarking on the establishment,, of another bank, embracing more of their interests, and, at the same time, not opposed to the other banks now in existence— called oii Mr. O'Brien to lav before them an exnosition of the proposed advantages and management of tho bank. Mr. 0 'Brien, ML.C., passed some complimentary remarks ttpnn tlio respectability of the meeting. He then lengthily dwelt on the system of the present bank iiiB establishments in this colony. Out of eight banks, but one lmd any propertyor proprietors in the colony (that of Victoria), currying on large trades w...

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BENDIGO MARKETS. November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

BEND1G0 MARKETS. Prices still continue fit lust- quotations, with ft scarcity of heavy fetofik. The supply of Scotch oat» very nma'1. - Wo have disposed of several lotfl of oats, flour, and bran, as below:— Kr.utiii.—Adolftldb, ,£10 to £f!3 pin* ton; (Jhi]i«)i, £00.. O.vrs.—Scotch, lia. per buslu-1. JSras*.—"w. to .h. «:J. per bushel. AIvizk.—in«. per bushel. - 3i.mu.my.—I<!h. lo 1 R nor btmM. 1 Uv.—UiiUmi, £l'> to .-t'ir \ht Jon. Potator*.—,£-11 to .-P.IO por ton. Cor!;. 1«. 101 9*. pi»rlb. Si*o\«.— .4-!^ t'» .£12 *v«r ton ; -light, £1S«; loftf, 7d. per lb. tUNDi.Es.—Kp^nn, 2s. per lb. J VMS.—Is. 4«i. to l«. 5d. per lb. Fm;iTs.—HofMfl'l, ii-la. per doz^i. Onioss.—Si»r.rc«\ Tra.—Cotiirou. Jo £7 TO-j, prr chest; hyson, no saJo. ''07FRE.—i.fr«>uncl, Ik. per lb. llB.vss.—l!'»iV'l.rti. f*l. p.'r lb. Summer yc.Oitu smrcei. 6. JONES, Auctioned Auction Mart, Pall T^ull.

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THE GOULBURN DIGGINGS. [FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

THE GOULBURN DIGGINGS. [from a. correspondent."] ' This almost forsaken' place in now on the in crease, und showing a moro lively appearance. | Q,«artz crushing is quite a mania lieve, and veins are being opened in different parts. Some reports are exaggerated ; hut I liavp heard of neven ounces to a bucket—110 doubt■•"picked stuff. It is the opinion of many that this place in only in its in fancy, and will one day hold its name prominent in our list .of gohjfields. Wo luivo a few large machines in active operation. Tho largest number of hands employed On a claim" here is that of MessrS. jLewis and Nickinson, who are going a-hcad •with greJlt,activity at balaclava Hill View : every day they have JScrdan's horse machine at work. This is evidently a quartz district, and wants pros pecting. There are about thirty puddling ma chines on these diggings : some have done first-rate —others'only sa so : they have been very fortunate in getting plenty of water this season. We have no Governme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

VrO'l'IOK.—Mr. P. It. J. DUnn b;is lii'cn n|i|)i>intcd _ll Mining Importer for this ■Tour'niil, mid is authorised to receivo Advertisements in tins outlvinsj i^nllie.". "VTOTtCR.—r*tloi-K. I'm' th« following Persons arc _LN Jjinsjnt the Oflice of tins Paper:— Dennis M'Niiiniun, Alfred Clmmller, and .Mr. Hubert Gainer. MR. ROWliliT BINKS is mjnested to eommnninito immediately with ilr. Henderson, uliioe of this jiuper.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

MINING INTELLIGENCE. ("from our* MINING iUSPORTERO Eat.leha.wk White Hills.-—The rush below these hills still continues. Many arc doing well. We may divide this rush into four parts—First, the old ground which is being worked with con siderable success. The ground being patchy, some are doing well out of deserted claims. One instance we may mention, where the person who sunk this hole found nothing worth while to work it, and on abandoning it, two boys, in two days, took out eleven ounces and three pennyweights of gold: second, Broken Leg Gully, on Jackass Flat, of small extent, but which has proved of considerable ; value : third, Sawpit Gully to the south-cast of j Broken Leg Gully, which is well worked, and will I probably be extended much further down the flat: and fourth, an ■ unnamed working, iu which are a large number of Chinese. One of thein in the early part of last week got a two-ounce nugget, and upwards of two ounces of gold : the tub of seven buckets washing six ounces...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUT RESOURCES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1855. THE CANDIDATES FOR OUR SUFFRAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

THE BENBMrO ADVERTISER. PKOtilttUMIUK, 1)111! ItlOM'S, ANU OllK KKSOIIHCE;". TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1855. THE 'CANDIDATES FOR OUR SUF FRAGES. It never nuns but it pours. A fortnight since | Sve were piteously bewailing the lack of Candidates tor the honor of representing Hendigo. At present . -wo ure somewhat at a loss, in the multiplicity of I'hums to our suffrages, to malco a choice. Unfor tunately we can find scats only for two, and,some two or three other gontlcmen must be- injected. V/lio are they to be ? The friends of public ini :iroveuient; who believe that in the present con dition of the Colony one of the thief duties uf a 'legislature is . to open up the interior, and to faci litate .thg jirogress °f eommcrce and civilization— i .these men call npoii/ns to vote forCjipiatn Clarke. They'appeal- to strong considerations too—those of the brecches'pockcts, anci they tempt the,judgment with brilliant Visions of property enhanced; arid storekeepers" '-awakening'' sonic. finoVmorn...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. RUSSIAN DEFEAT AT BALACLAVA. CONSPIRACY IN FRANCE. PROPOSED ATTACK ON HELSINGFORS. ENGLISH NEWS TO THE 10TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

RUSSIAN defkat AT balaclava. conspiracy IN 1'hancb. proposed' ATTACK" on" iielsingfors'. English News to the 10th Adotjbt.'/! Via Adelaide, we have intelligence to the above date, received diere.1iy.au arrival from Bafcivia,—mul the fol-. lowing ^rem is compiled from tlie Homo News of the1 above date—for which we arcs indebted to Captain-: Lowi'le of the stenmcr ilavilah. • v SEBASTOPOL. The most stirring episode wo have to-record occurred' on' the* 18th tilt., wlieu the Russians. made' a vigorous attack in the direction of Balaclava, with the; intention.: of driving back the KngliBh, und so ttirnirig the divi sions operating on the Malakhoff. The plan seems ten have been carefullv nremedilated. and • enerireticallv acted upon; but it was signally defeated by the invinoi--' ble courage of our army. The Russians on this ocea-j sion.. were, repulsed with great loss, A similar attack ■ ■was miide on the left approaches of the French, in front-1 of the Malakhoff Tower,' three nights bef...

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SAUL AMONG THE PROPHETS! [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

SAUL AMONG THE PROPHETS! It would be extremely discourteous of us, if we allowed the elaborate. statement of the politi cal sentiments of Dr. Iiowe, read at the meeting on Monday evening last, to pass without, any notice. ,In fact by such a course we should be doing violence to-our own inclinations. We have not read any similar document with such gusto for a length of time, and we think it deserves a better fate" than to be flung, upon the waters after all those numerous efforts of philanthropical gen tlemen for tlie last few weeks, (loomed never, to he found at all. Let us rescue this political exposi tion of a Squatter from oblivion. If our readers peruse Dr. Howe's letter published, in the lt Advertiser" of Tuesday last, they must have been struck witli two features ill it,—the one, the incongruous mixture • of democratic and ex clusive sentiments, and the other, the ludicrous affectation of indifference to political distinction, accompanied.-by the most elaborate and careful bid...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) October 31st, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

MELBOURNE, V (mou OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) . :f . I Octobcr 31st, i855; •• The election far two members fop Sandhurst being now fixed for the 15th of the ensuing month, the miners of the district have an opportunity of shewing a good example to less independent consti tuencies. The influence which the conduct of the mining populations in this regard will have upon the future prosperity and good government of the colony cannot be exaggerated. The course they have to pursue is obvious enough—to elect men competent, willing, and sufficiently acquainted with their wants and desires to promote and pro tect their commercial interests and.political rights. To secure these ends they should return men from among themselves, upon whom they can depend. That a due regard for tlioir own welfare calls upon them to do so is sufficiently evident; but how to accomplish it is a matter of some difficulty. The property qualification and the non-payment of members of Council interpose an impediment which...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

""" THURSDAY, the 8th NOVEMBER, 1300. To Capitalists, Wine and Spirit Merchants. Licensed - Victuallers, Parties Seeking Investments, and " Dthej-s, Splendid Investment—Freehold Property, THE CRITERION HOTEL, Market-squnro, Sandhurst. I i LMA.CPHERSON nnd CO. have been honored with l instructions from the Trustees and the Mortgagees of tho Estate of Messrs. Wallaoh and Co., to oiler to public sompeiition, (if not previously disposed of by private contract), on Thursday, tin; fth November, dale to commence at 12 u'ldocfc, on the premises, All that Piece or Parcel of LAND, being a corner al lotment. having a double frontage of 135 feet facing Muiidy-street, and 200 feet facing Dowling street, being allotments 17, 1H, and ID, section 15, portion C, township of Sandhurst. TOGETHER WITH That Yaluahlc and Substantially-built Upper-storied , BUILDING, fcnowu as the CRITERION HOTEL. •The House is in capital repair, considerable expense baying been lately incurred in redecorating and paperin...

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AN IMPARTIAL CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

AN IMPARTIAL CORRESPONDENT. " Ouu Local Pbkbs.—The people of Bendigo ai o now blessed with two local papers, and if quantity is what,is desired 1 tun sure lliey have it. I3ut soinetim g else in wanted by the public than mere writing. and I 1 egret ,to sny time that something is but very indifferently si pplied. i The two papers, niimuly, the Baiiliijo Advertiser and. [he Courier of the Mines, lire for tlio liiost part filled' with slni.lorous attaoks upon individu ils. and really dis graceful personalities; so much so that many of their renders liave become finite disgusted, and are most de-' sirous of having a well conducted newspaper, worthy of the metropolitan goldlield, established amongst tliein." : We take the above interesting extract from the letter of the Bendigo Correspondent vof the " Ago'-' of the 1st instant.* We think our readers will ftdmit.we.have not.often been guilty of obtruding" our personal matters on the public attention. We believe put spate to be tog valuable...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. TORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. TOUT OF 'METjBOUUNE. AunTVKn. October M.—Aliro Martin, Rchotiicr, fi*om AdniAirfo■■win ncL "November 1.—Africa, ship, ]4(jQ tons, f-<>m Liverpool. 2<Uh «TnHv \riih sevonteen cabin nu<l two hundred nn-1 nitfht intfimieilifUe n»jV fetepni?e pfunongors; Jliackw.ill. flhif), /rum" Plymouth 2Hh ,»Tnljy . with twonty-Hireo cabin find thirty-tHree flccnwl utM thlr-1 cublu mjwrtijporHj Harp, schooner, from Sydney: Pilot, sebnonor, from jTobftrt Town; Cyelono, s^hocmor, from Sydney: Yillnjro Belle, Hohoouor, from Geelong; Thoiniiv.and Henrv, brie, from Otutfo, , K.J2., 151U ulu; Ttuiko, hrls, from Chlcattw <>th .Tunc, via Mnuri lii»H JlOth September:-' Pilot, schooner. frmn Hnlwirt Tmrn t'lst , jiH*;. Gantorb, bnrqiio. from Mmmtnw IStli Spptwnlwr. •t Novorabar 2.r—Maviluh. sto.imor. from A'l^luMo With 11H., with , four cabin un<1 ftfiv stccrugo pusstrngGrs; Kllen Oliver, barque?, ; from SlileIJ3 3rd June. ATT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

mHE BENDIOO ADVERTISER, the first L newspaper on the Victoria fiolcifie!<I<, and tho best Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, Published kveiu Tuesday, Tiiursday'and Saturday Morning, Isprinted and published at Sandhurst, the township of the district of Bvtitliyo, the Metropolitan troldfield Australia. The Bkkdiqo Advertiskr has the most extensive eironlation of any provincial paper in the colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium must bo at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only the capital of one of the Largest Ooldfiklds, bu is the mart of the extensive Pastoral District ■comprising the valleys of the Loddon and Campaspie, and the wide and fertile plains extending to the Murray. 'The political principles of this journal are liberal—such are almost universally recognised as in accordance with the development of a young and vigorous colony •into a noble and world-renowned nation. The local ■interests of Bendign wil...

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SANDHU[?]T STOCK MARKET. November 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

SAXDIIUj.JiT 'STOCK. MAUKKT. November 2. "We harp 10 report a still further improvement tins week in the liorso market. Not only hits the supply of v;ell-conditi<.iied stouk been.better, but the prices have heen quite up to the vendors' fix pectntions. "Wo had a spimidid inob of draught horses from the New Itagland district, ami they realised su«h siUlsjhf.t.fjrv prices thi^t tho owners decided upon clearing otf the remainder here, although they had intended trying the Melbourne market. Con dition in everything. "NVo amnot move off poor stciok at any price. Our sales of ordinary draught horsed hnvo also been better. We do not autieiputo a full iu good heavy horses, adapted fur the roads. ; Wo imvo had several inquiries for working bullocks in good con'.ition. ' , Sheep, steady. Fat wethers. 10s. Cd. to 18s. Gouimnn hacks. £12 t<» £20; good do. and Uffht harness horses, £20 to £B5; good draught horses, £-J0 l«> iI70; heavy do., hoininal. Tip carts, J220 to £2...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 November 1855

OOMMWKCLU, TNTKLI.[(tENTH?,. ; SAXDHUHST .GOLD MAKKKT. .Aclx'crUscr Office, • ■Momlny evening.-. ♦ Gold is firm ak £3 15s., onr'last quotation. Wc liavo to report | a general improvomout this week. in ooiisoquonce of tho return of many of our minors from Fiery Creek. Advertiser Office, i.ron'luy Kvohmict. . Tfo rIvo tho following coramminl reports, vhMi should have nppcare:l on Saturday lint, hut, owing to press of mutter, oouhl not pot in. As no material change 1ms taken placc, we give them as follow. SASDITUIIST PRODUCE MATIKKTS. November 2nd. Our market for hoiv.7 pro Is Hub week . lias not beou so brisk Prices generally are rather easier. Goods aro coming in frcolv, Btorck«eper3 taking advantago of the present Ane weather to re planish their reduced stock*, XIpur.-^Adel.-ude. continues in £?ood demand. Oiita.—Scotch, qtticc. Our qrufetttans remain tho snmo ns last week. Tlran.—Kiisiar. May bo purchased at f»s. per bushel. Sugar.—Without change in price. In fair demand. Sardines....

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