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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

THURSDAY, the 8th NOVEMBER, 1865. <JTo Capitalists, Wine and Spirit' Merchants, Licensed Victuallers, Parties Seeking Investments, and .Others. ' .Splendid Investment—Freehold Property. THE CRITERION HOTEL, '■ Market-square, Sandhurst. T MACPHERSON and CO. hatf. been honored with . JLI instructions from the Trustees iy|d tju: Mortgagees ,pf ,th? Estate of Messrs. Wallacb an/J Co., to oiler to public competition, (if not previously disposed of by private contract), on Thursday, the 8th November, /sale to commence at 12 u'ulock, on the premises'. All that Piece or Parcel of LAND, beina a corner al lotment, having a double frontof l.'t5 feet facing Mundy-street, and 200 feet (Rcing Dowling street, being allotments 17, 18, and 11), section 15, portion C, township of Sandhurst-^ TOGETHER WITH *3 That Valuable and Substantially-built tfppor-storied • BUILDING, known as the a CRITERION HOTEL. * The House is in capital repair, considernblo expense {having been lately incurred in ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE LOAVES AND FISHES. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE LOAVES AND FISHES. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. Dear Sin,—So tlieu the electors of Bendigo are to be blessed with u new candidate for their suffrages, in the shape of Mr. Jones, auctioneer. Well, to be sure, won ders will never cease, and this last wonder is enough to set >11 the old ladies in Fall Mall a dancing. When I heard Mr. Jones's name mentioned as a candidate, I could not credit it, and at once treated it as au idle ru mour ; but in this I have been mistaken, as your paper of Saturday last proves. As there is little time to lose, I therefore embrace this opportunity of freely expressing my opinions as an elector, and I trust Mr. Jones will not think the less of me for telling him my opinion of him. In the first place then, I will answer the ques tions which,have been repeatedly asked me, who is Mr. Jones ? Well, he is an auutioueer, a very " good fellow," as the tuft hunters would say, and he lias suc ceeded well in business—the g...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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MEMORANDUM FOR THE ELECTORS OF SANDHURST. (Per favor Of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

M-KMOilA.NDUM FOll THH KLKCTOltS 01? SANDHURST. ("Per favor vf the Henuiyri Advertiser.) When Port Phillip (how Victoria) was mi integral port 011 ol' New South Wales, there used to be returned to the Legislative Council of the colour five members, viz., one for the then town of Melbourne, and four for the district of Port Phillip. Two of the members nt one time returned for the dis trict were the lute Sir Thomas Mitchell, the then Sur veyor-General, untl Mr. {Young, the Sheriff, of the colony. On a division 011 a government measure (if I rememher rightly, the District Council Bill), Sir Thomas Mitchell voted iigninst the Government. Un the follow ing day a letter wus forwarded to liiin from the then Governor, Sir George Gipps, covering 1111 extract from a despatch from the Secretary of State for the Colonies, iutimating that all persons holding government appoint ments, if in the Legislative Council, were required to give their vote in support of the Government, and tlmt one record...

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OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. ft imiuer of Miners' nights issued during tlie week euding November .1 ; . .v...:.. 12fl Number of»Business Licenses ditto ditto .. 18 Number of Chinese Protection Tickets ditto ditto;. 235 Amount of Gold deposited in the Gold Office during the sr.me period, 401 ozs. 10 dwts... Ditto withdrawn from ditto, ditto, 313 ozs. 10 dwts. Ditto Cash deposited in ditto, ditto, £435, Balance remaining in Gold Office 15,'450 ozs. 11: dwts. 'and 4!2,268. , Total number of Miners' Rights issued during the month of October ... ■ 708 Ditto Business Licenses ditto ditto 120 Ditto Protection Tickets ditto ditto . 3,400 Amount of Gold and Cash forwarded by Escort on Tuesday, (Ith instant; Sandhurst 10,358 ozs. Tleatlicote 1,(1(10 ozs. Total........ 12,018 ozs. and .£0,000 10 Number of Quartz Leases granted during the week, eight, comprising 157 yards.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

Iu consequence of a press of mntter and of advertise ments for Saturday, a Supplement to tlie Advertiser will 1)0 published ou that day. As an extra number will be printed, advertisers will have an excellent opportunity of securing a more extensive circulation than ou ordi nary occasions. Sticking up.—Ou Monday evening last an assistant in a store at Spring Gully was stuck up in the vicinity, tied to a tree, and robbed of a sum of money. Dr. Wall.—We understand that proceedings of int. portance have been taken with regard to the .case in which this gentleman was lately concerned. We forbear from being more explicit on the subject, at the request of those who fear that an opposite course might be inju rious to their interests. Adjourned Meeting—Yesterday evening tlie meet ing on the question of providing funds for Mr. Benson during his stay in Melbourne, attending to his legis lative duties, was held at the Exhibition Building. At the commencement of the proceedings fifteen persons w...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

"VPOTlCli.—Mr. i\ R. J. Dixon luu> Ihwu appointed IN Mining lleporter fur this Journal, and M-autliorised ' to receive Advertisements in tlie outlying gullies. "VfOTlCE.—Letters fur tliu following Person* are . _LN hill}; ut the Office of this Paper:— Dennis M'Namara, Alfred Chandler, and Air. Robert Gainer. MR. KOBEET BINKS is requested to communicate immediately with Air. ILiideisou, uilioe uf iliia ' paper.

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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COLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

I COLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. On Tuesday evening last at 7 o'clock, the meet ing for considering the advisability of forming thia Bank, adjourned from the public meeting of the former evening at the Exhibition Building took place, many of our leading commercial men wero present. Dr. Hutchinson having taken the chair, ex plained the objects of the meeting, remarking that although lie never had taken any part in commer cial affairs, he was so struck with a short conver sation he had held with Mr. Taylor, that he at onec took an interest in the matter ; the present Banks here were too rich, in fact, by purchasing gold, they had acquired an undue power, so far as the transmission of money home was concerned, as the public were forced to send through them.—Tho deputation would fully point out to them tho benefits of the proposed Bank, and he should bo happy to hear (Other gentlemen express their opinions on the subject. Mr. O'Brien, M.L.C. remarked that since tho prospectus had been pu...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1855. "VOTE FOR JONES, THE DIGGERS' FRIEND." [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, JPfiOGUKSSION, OCll BIGHTS, AND ODIl ltESOOUCKS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1855. . -"VOTE FOR JONES, THE DIGGERS' FRIEND." •. Mr. Jones, the well known auctioneer, has 'stepped out of private life into the political arena, 'arid is therefore public property for the nonce.— >• The public are invited to' a consideration of the •claims of Mr. Jones upon their suffrages for the honor of being selected to represent the interests of this district in the Legislature. A representa tive should be able to devote his time to the fulfil ment of his duties,—he should be possessed at least of an average amount of common sense and ability, and be able to express himself intelligibly, if not elegantly or forcibly. He should have es tablished political principles, and ho should have ■ given some earnest of his adherence to them. In addition, it is only reasonable to expect that during his career, he should have rendered some public ''services,, for there is no citizen in any c...

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ELECTION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

ELECTION MEETING. A meeting of the friends and supporters of Mr. Benson was held at the Exhibition Building on Monday evening last, for the purpose of presenting him with a requisition calling upon him to allow himself to be nominated as a candidate for the re presentation of Bendigo. The requisition was signed by about five hundred persons. The great est order and good humor prevailed during the proceedings. There was a fair muster of persons, but scarcely so many, perhaps, as might have been expected, considering the importance of the busi ness on the tapis; between two and three hundred persons were present. The aspirant for legislative honors got sharply cross-questioned on the subject of education, as will be seen by our report. He however got through very creditably. At one time he was somewhat perplexed ; but this was not very astonishing, considering that some half dozen persons were asking him the same question, each confident that he could put it more lucidly than his pred...

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"THE COMING MAN." [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

"THE COMING MAN." Amidst all the bustle and hubbub of the pre sent electioneering, there is a general spirit of dissatisfaction among the public with the present aspect of matters pertaining to the election. Mr. Benson holds forth nightly to uii-enthusiastic units. Mr. Jones is carried about, like a baby to be admired, by. men who consult sclf-com placeney rather than public good, and have a better cpiaion of themselves than of their protege. There is no other candidate in propria persona, and this system of wooing by proxy, although very dignified, as in the case of Royal scions, is very dull and uninteresting. An active can vass by any one—even by Dr. Rowe, would infuse life and animation into our electioneering proceedings. ' * Beyond- question, the candidate about whom the greatest interest is manifested at the present mor merit is Mr. Grant. . His declaration of political principles (added. to what we know of his public career—by for. too little we confess-Muis struck a chord i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

Kemaxdei).—Edward Kelly, charged with neglect ing his duty as H hired servant. Wni. Sweet, charged witli committing an asdhult.' Edward Barry, charged 'with being drunk. Win. Tomlinaon. charged with being drunk and disorderly, and committing an assault. Sarah Moss, alias Parsons, charged with being drunk and dis orderly, and using obscene language. A-Chong, charged with larceny, uud Alexander Clarke, charged, with iist-ault. •

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THE SURVEYOR-GENERAL AT CASTLE-MAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

SURVEYOR-GENERAL AT CASTLE MAINE. The following report from the ' Mail,' of an interview which the Municipal Committee at Castlemaiue had witli Captain Clarke, in reference to the establishment of a municipality in that dis trict, and the carrying out of the railway to the Murray, will be read witli much interest:— The Municipality.—The Surveyor-General, Capt. Clarke, having returned to Castlemaiue from iiemiigo, the • committee appointed at the recent meeting ou the subject oftlie municipality, waited ou Capt. Clarke, 011 Thursday, at the Survey Office, .with the view of obtaining from lihu some information upon matters appertaining to-our local interests. Mr.. I'almer, the'chairman of the com. j mittcc, explained the objects of the deputation. The first .question was that of grants in aid of local efforts. In reply Capt. Clarke referred to the cases of Emerald Hill and Oollingwood, where X'10,000 and £"20,0(0 hid been respectively asked for, and to grant' which the Governor seemed...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,) November 2, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN COHttESPONDENT,) November 2, 1855. The arrival of the Sussex from London, after a passage "of eighty-two • days, brings European intelligence to the 8th August, which leaves mat ters much in the same state they .were at the last accounts. The only encouraging information with regard to the army in the Crimea, is, that the troops are in good health. The Russians have posi tively refused to give up the survivors of the Haugo massacre. This refusal proves the Rus sions are confident of the extent of their re sources, and determined to-prosecute, their .ambi-. tious designs to the last extremities, otherwise they would have made a concession which could not detract them from their national honor, and would have served to propitiate the Allies, and, for so much, encourage friendly negotiations. Early in this correspondence I expressed an' opinion that Russian had not engaged in this war, without' being well prepared to carry it on, or without calculating well the...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGISNCli. POUT OK MKMjOUKXE. AUU1YKU, November 3.—Storm Bird, h.s.b., from X'ort Albert; City of .Sydney, b.s.h„ from Sydney ylst «It., with thirty cabin aud forty.wix eteeiago pa^ea^tx; Black Swiiu, a.y.n., from .Launccaum 2t\<\ inst., with ten cabin find thirteen stoyrugopasfiengers; lieatrifco,' brifj, from Mauritius 2i)th September. November •!.—Gem, bohouiier, from New Plymouth -ith, rf/7 Nelson 15th ulL; J much schauuer, from Chatham Islands Urd ulu November 5.—PoWons, eehnonor, from Lauuccston 2nd inst.; Queeu of the Fast, ship, from Liverpool tfrd August, with eighty* seven intermediate and steerage passengers; Alma, thrce-uiustcd pchoouer, from Syduey 27th uluj'Coqueitf?, schoouor, from Timor 7th September; Eliza Atiu, barque, from Ronton, U.S., 10th duly; Telegraph, b.s.s., frum Sydney ;ird lust., with twenty-four cabin and forty*eight steerage passengers. XT THE HEADS. " November 6.—Maid of the Valley, schooner, from Launcoston; Ifamar, schooser,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

rpHE BENDIGO ADVBBTISEli, the first 1 : newspaper on the Victoria Goldfieldi, and the best Inland Advertising Medium in tlio colony, I'UCLISHBD EVSR> TUESDAY, TlIUUSD AYAND SATURDAY Mornino, la printed and published at Sandhurst, the township of the district of Beudigo, the Metropolitan Cioldtield Australia. • The .Bkndigo Advrrtisp.r has the moBt extensive circulation of any provincial paper in the colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium must be at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only the capital of one of the Largest CrOLnnpxns, btt is the mart of the extensive Pastor at. District comprising the valleys of the Loddon and OAstPASPiK, and the wide and fertile plains extending to the Murray. 'The political-principles of this journal are lihera.1—such ■as ard alrnbsb 'universally recognised as in accordance •with'the development of ayoung and vigorous colony into n noble and . .world-renowned nation. The local interests' of Bendigo .wil...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

melboorxecommeecial'xews. TheJrpus of tho 6th says 4,The trade with the interior.con tluuea steadily ou the increase, and a greater amount of activity "prevails-ufc tho warehouses of the merchants than Las been the case for several monthr.. '1 he tone of tho market is healthy, there being little speculation, except in the article of Hour, and there is every prospect of a busy and profitable season. The imports for the wci'k have ayaiu le«n above the average, but they have been '• chiefly composed of goods of which the market was becoming bare. There are few changed in prices, but in must ur tides u lirmer lone is manifest. *'> JireadstulTs.—Tliia market contiuues'in tho same unsatisfactory state we have liad occasion to notice for «oino timo past.. We ' have had three arrivals iroiii Valparaiso during thy week—the, .SVanja, tho George llenriehMuud_tho Oruyhound, bringing au ng» (tregate of 1100 tons; but in the face of this evidence of the con* tarnation of ihipments fram thai qu...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SAXDiiUItST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Offlce, Wednesday evening. Gold remains firm at £9 15s. Wo have to report the inaiitu- I tion of u new Bank here, thu •" Colonial .-Hank of Australasia." | Some huudredu of shares liavo been taken by residents hero, and a committee has been appointed to further tlia establishment of the Bunk. From wbat wo cftn understand, this Hank will give greater advantage# than any extant. Jt •will dtocouut "guud paper" At a moderate rate, reeoivo deposits, and grant three ■per cent. j.ir annum Interest thereon. Stockholders \vi11 huvo the advantage of obtaininlog advances on the security of their aharcs to & reasonable tunouut. • Escoivr—The escort startod to town yesterday with the follow* ing consignments of gold:—From Siudlmrat', 10,358 ouuees; Heathcute, ItitiO/ Total, l'i.oid ouucetf, tuid <£0,1)90 10d, Incaah, "which waa from Sandhurst. The increaBO this weak is quito cheering. Wo are informed that a largo qua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

post OFFICE,, SANDHURST. List of ttnolatmud bhti> letters l'-QK THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, IS5.5: — A Atteridge, Jnmes • Allen, Wrn 2 Adainson, Jas Annear, Jas B Balfour, J Binney, Josoph Barker, John Binney, \V and Jaa Baker, Mrs Hy Birlcy, John Taylor Barker, John Bigg, Geo Baige, Wm Bowderi, Tho* Batten, Mrs H Bousfield, R P Bawden, lid . Boiling Robroy Barnard, Chs ' ' Borneman, B Banks, Wm . Bullingham. Geo Hellemur, Mrs Albert Buckoy, Thos Belleinur, Mrs Albert Bry^e, .Taa Bellemur, lira Albert Bryan, (Jeorgo Bewley, Hv Brockley, Cli» Benney, "VVm and Jas Brook, Jaa Bearhope, CJeo Bruce, Geo Bertiand, David Brian, Wm Bennett, Mrs B Brain," Moses Belcuura, Antonia Black, Mrs Bridget Bird, Thomas Bridgman, Dr J 2 Butler, Samuel James Curtis, Thou 2 Clelumi, James Charles, German Clark, George Cliipchase, J H Crawforl, Edmund Cresswell, Luke Craddock, Mary Anne Chadwick, Joseph Chandler, Alfred 2 Crocker, John D Dick, Jns Dinner, John Donsjett, Isnao Drake, Allan Drury, Charles 33 ...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 6th November. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 November 1855

COURT Of PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 6th November. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Assault.—.Joseph Flack was charged by James Cassie with having assaulted him at the Back Creek. Mr. Pit man appeared for the defence. The plaintiff, on being put into the box, appeared either to be under the influ ence of liquor, or to be slightly deranged. Mr. Mac pherson said that the plaintiff had been at the horse sale, and was rather uproarious; that he saw him, in consequence of his hat having accidentally been knocked off, kick the defendant. The case was dismissed. Assault.—Henry • Cavenet was charged by his wife, Caroline Cavenet, with having assaulted her nt the .Lower Bendigo with an ,axe. The, Magistrate remarked that, in consequerice'of the plaintiff's bud ch meter, lie was almost afraid to administer an oath to her. Mr. Cutten, who appeared for the prosecution handed in a written character in favor of the plaintiff, from Dr. Bitcklians. Tlie plantiff stated that she was standing at tli...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 November 1855

0 RIGINAL. COftRESPpN DENCE. ' I - To Via Editor of the Bt-.ndiflo Advertiser, Sin—Your issue of Tuesday last contains a letter signed ' As Yon Like It,' in which the'writer mourns over that infatuation of our fellow-creatures which leads tlieni to throw,away their hard-carried gains upon that ' which ruins tlieir constitution, depraves 'their character, and sears tlieir very sojil as with a .' red hot iron makes it callous, to all shame, indifferent to all virtue, and leaves them mei-e grovellers in the dust, and abject slaves to their appetites. Well may he mourn 1 and so must every right-minded man who has got one spark of sympathy for sufforing humanity, and hut glances nt our weekly catalogue of drunk and disorderly. But we .must not only mourn, but bestir ourselves to eradicate the evil, to remove the drinking, customs of society, and tlius abolish the most prolific source of vine, misery, crime, prostitution, insanity, murder, and every other sin that casts its blackening, wi...

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