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BALLARAT MINING INTELLIGENCE. [From the Mining Reporter of the 'Ballarat Times.'] [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 September 1855

BALLARAT MINING INTELLIGENCE. [From the Mining Reporter of the ' Ballarat Times.'] Gravel Pits.— I have no very striking items of infor- mation to report in respect of mining operations ; there having been no " eighth wonders" er jeweller's shops discovered within this last week or two. The Gravel Pits are still the centre of hustle and expectation, but the tortuosity of the lead sets calculation at defiance. One or two claims have been bottomed within the last few days on the eastern side of the main road, between the bridge and Eureka Jack's, but have scarcely answered the sanguine hopes of the miners, while one is reported a reefer. However, it would be premature to pronounce upon their value at present. There are indications of the gutter heading from that side towards the bridge, and the western side of the road, but those best acquainted with the waywardness of the line, know that indications are no certain prognostic of its course. The Eureka lead has assumed a little of its ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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MARYBOROUGH. (From the Correspondent of M. A. Mail.') [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 September 1855

MARYBOROUGH. (From the Correspondent of " M.A. Mail. " ) ' Times ' Newspaper.— From a bill which has been promulgated by Mr. Aldwell, of the ' Times,' there seems to be some disagreement among the partners, which is likely to end in a dissolution. I understand   on Friday next two ' Times ' newspapers are to appear, each of which will put forward its claim to be consider- ed the only " Simon Pure.'' ESCORT RETURNS, 27th August.— Maryborough, 8345 0zs.; cash, £3635. Amherst, 1882 ozs. 10 dwts.; cash, £70. Avoca, 277 ozs. 10 dwts.; cash, £1666. Total, 10,505 ozs.; cash, £5371. Gold and cash on deposit at the undermentioned offices, on Saturday, the 25th August:— Maryborough, 9664 ozs. 10 dwts.; cash, £3416. Amherst, 1571 ozs.; cash, £1191. Avoca, 2796 ozs.; cash, £991. THE DISTRICT.— Nothing now has occurred during the past week. The diggings remain much in statu quo. The rush to Moliagul still continues, and there are now 14,000 miners on the ground, many of them doing r...

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Tuesday, 4th September. (Before L. M'Lachlan, Esq., S.M., and F. C. Standish, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 September 1855

Tuesday, 4th September. (Before L. M'LacUlan, Esq., S.M., and F. C. Stan dish, Esq., J.V.) Larceny. — James Allura was charged with this offence. It appeared that the prosecutor, John Phillips, kept poultry, and hearing a noise" in the night, got up, and on going into the fowlhouse he missed four or five. They were all safe at sundown. The following morning he found one on the road dead. Emma Phillips, the prosecutor's wife, said that from information she re ceived she came to the Camp, and saw four fowls which she identified as hers. Three wings were produced, which the defendant said had been taken from the fowls in her presence, and she swore belonged to her fowls. Constable Hiram-Smith deposed to searching the de fendant's tent in search of some gold he was suspected to have stolen, when he found, under a sofa, three fowls wrapped in a cloth. The prisoner was sentenced to six months' imprisonment in Sandhurst Gaol, with hard labor. Violent Assault. — A-Chong, a Chinamau, was cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 September 1855

WANTED, two or three quarrymen, wages no object. Apply at Hustler ami Go.'s, Ironbark Gully. N.B.—None need apply but first-rate men. llsepu ANTED, immediately, ft good general servant. Apply at Dulton's store, View Point. 2lsep5 ANTED, a respectable man to sell for a wholesale wine and spirit merchant j one with a connection preferred. First-rate references required. Apply by letter to Beta, ' Advertiser' office. Salary-' no object. 13sep8 WANTED.—A steady young man wishes employ ment as engine driver. Ad;'/ess M. F., office of this paper. 1 IsepS "YT7"ANTED, tailors; also, a . smart lad Ajiply at VV Cooper and Uobathan's. 45sep5 WANTED, two steady*miner", to work two quartz .chums', on shares.. Apply at Mr. Campion's, draper, Pull Mall. . , , 43sep5 WANTED, immediately,, a Bhepjierd, to attend a flock of fat sheep. Apply at Tyson's slaughter-yard, Buck Creek.' . 32sep5 ' WANTED, a respectable woman, (one of middle age preferred), as housekeeper, and laundress to three or four gent...

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

(ADVERTISEMENT.) TO TlIE EDITOR OP THE DBSDIGO ADVERTISER. SIR,—It must bo a matter of congratulation to tho inhabitants of this Goldfield tbat there is some channel through which they may ninko their grievances known. That although they may, through the over bearing treatment of a Stipendiary Magistrate, be silenced and insulted, you, Mr. Editor, have sufficient honesty and impartiality to hear and publish their case. That although an iniquitous perogative of power may be exercised, so that in a very court of law, principles at variance with humanity and justice may exist, we may, through your valuable journal, mi>ke our voice heard. A short time since, Mrs. Purnell, a housekeeper to myself and brother, deemed it necessary to claim tho protection of tho Court from tho violenco of a nnn named Ward, who had suddenly, and without the slightest assignable reason on his part, insulted her. I can, it is true, imagine a reason. Ho had, on several occasions (from representations he had ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENDIGO ADVERTISES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO Tnn EDITOR OF TIIK BKNDLGO ADVERTISES. Sin,—Tho picturo you drew, in a Into nrticlo. Uuadcd "Gullies and Hoofs," would seem charming in tho eyes of a caaanl Deader, not interested in tho present struggle between tho diggers and capitalists, und particularly gratifying to ono of those enthusiasts who dream that there will one day he a.state of things existing which will preclude tho possibility of the lucky fow luxuriating in tho feeling, that tho masses are investing bone, xnusclo, and strength, for the piu'poso of producing ease, pleasure, and possibly happi ness, for their especial eujoymout. l-'rom this, I would not wish it to bo understood that thoro is anything incorrect in the graphic skotcli of a Bendigo quartz hill, before alluded to, yet I would in* sinuate that something has been omitted from the glorious group of sturdy, bravo, and twonty-foot-despising fellows, which, if allowed to appear, would decreaso the happy effect produced, I allude to ...

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SANDHURST LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, 5th September. (Before J. A. Panton, Esq., Resident Warden (Chairman) and Messrs. Benson, Hosken, Denovan, Cunningham, O'Conor, Mackenzie, Emmett, and Hulkes. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

SANDHURST LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, Otli Seijtember, (Before .T, A. Fanton, Esq., Besideut Warden (Chairman) mill Messrs. Bensoii, Hoslcen, Denovnn, Cunningham, O'Conor, Mackenzie, Enmiett, and Iiulkes. At the opening of the Court, a body of quartz miners, about' twenty in number,.attended lis n deputation, to enquire us to whether the individual • quartz miner was compelled to take his claim of 12 ft. by 12 ft. down per pendicularly, or might follow the (Up of 'he vein, and also as to whether leased claims that ^ere not being worked were liable to be jumped, * Mr. Benson answered to the deputation at length; the substance of his remarks was, that the old regula tions remained in force till those that had been recently formed received the assent of tlio Governor. Mr. O'Coxor moved, and Mr. Mackenzie seconded— 11 That . the chairman be requested to remonstrate with the Governor respecting the clerk's salary, ai}d request that the full salary of X'J.00 per annum should be (minted.1' Mr....

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 5th 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

MELBOUiLVK, [from ouit OWN COHltESPqNDEXT.] - September Otli, 1855. The nomination for North Bourke came oil' on Moil-' duy last. There were seven candidates in the field, of wliuin live oiily were sturteil. Mr. Lynch declined, for the present, to equie to the poll. Doctor llallett's poll deal ambition was " still born," there being 110 one to proposo or second him, ami I understand that Mr. Hen derson has been authorised by Sir. Shauley to announce to the electors that it is not his intention to continue the' contest. Mr. Mooiiey made n very able ehclioneering harangue, which a man of his stump and ability could scarcely fj.il'to do. He made a deep impression 011 liis auditory, and carried with hint nil 'the cnthus-iism that was inanifestod'on the occasion. I to has completely realised: tliq opinion I had formed of him, from the in terview I lmd previously with Ijini. lie is not an ordi nary demagogue. "lie'is shrewd, qleiir-headqi],'eloquent, and energetic, lie is a man of purpose...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

TO T1IF. EDITOU OV TUB IIF.NMOO AnvEllTISER. fim,—Tho publication lu your advertising columns of tho u Gobi-mining itegulatlon*, os amonded by the Local Tourt of SandburHt, Hhould be considered ub a grveful mark of respect offered by that body to Ita constituency, slnco it plainly invites eommeut, and solicits expressions of opinion. Lot us then show, by tho moderation of our languuge, thut wo can appreciate and emulate thin courtesy— by tho oxplicltne?B of our remarks, that vr<j baveBtudiiMl andelcarly comprehended our subjcot—and by the freedem of our observations, that w« aro determined to ox erclseour'judgment, lu tho fullest discussion of these most im portant ennctu«onts. ' I am led to pen this preliminary clause from having* observed, in the letters of «o»ue of your corre*i>ondentB, a tendency to snarling hypercriticlsm, which appeared extremely ill-judged and premature, and which, In future, I trust to /sec replaced by that calm ami logical Htrleture which la a...

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SANDHURST COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, 5th September. (Before L. M'Laachlan, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

SANDHURST COUIIT OF l'KTTY SESSIONS. "Weduesrfuy, Gili September. (Before L. Jl'l.ficblan, Esq., S.M.) }0-'" Using Ohscexb Language.—James Cochrane was J again arraigned for this ofl'ence, and was lined J.M0, or , iiO days' imprisonment. (_ RoiinEiiy.—I'Jdward Woodcock and John Green were j committed for triiil on this chnrge. I Djsciiauoed.—John I'ittcoek, Duncan M'Grcgor, nn<l | James Brennan, eharged with being convicts illegally at' large, wero ordered to quit the district within three days; I John Johnson and John Bell, two Germans, charged with assault, and Ellen M'Mullcn, charged with the sunn; oll'encc ; also, Archibald Louden, charged with ' stealing washing-stuff. ltKM.vjTDEn.—Alexander Scott, charged with assault, for three days, on suspicion of being a prisoner of the crown illegally at large. Thursday, Otli September. (BcfQt'Q L. M'Lachlan, Esq., S.M.) Drunk add Disorderly.—Henry Lee was fined 40s., or throe days' imprisonment. Illegal Detention- of a Watch.—...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 'Advertiser' Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

BAKDlIUliST WHOLESALE PEICES CURRENT. * Advertiser* Ofllco, Friday Evening. Vto havo to report another heavy foil in the prlco of horee' feed, Blnco our lant publication. Two or three parcola of host Scotch oats have changed hands during tho woek, at the low price of 7s. 3d. to 7s. GU. per bushel. The following are our quo tations ...... Oats: Scotch, 7s. Cd. to 8s. per bushel. j Uav: -'Bust colonial, L.1B to L.20 per ton. \ BjiaS: Adelaide, 4s. to 4s. lid. per .busliol, very i]i)U, and no Rales. i .i . Flour : This Article is offering at lower pricoa, notwithstanding •tho firraneHS of tho Melbourne market. Best Adelaide, L.J8' to L.50; Chili, best, I^4i» to -L.48 per ton. Sugar : Mauritius is decidedly lower. Stocks are very heavy. Guod yellow ecuntor, L.36 to ; brown and ration, L.32; Cossiporc, No.'l, Cd. to 5$d. per lb.; crushed.loaf, fid; p«r lb; Caniileki Sperm.—Sales are reported of Bolmont at Is. lOd. per lb.; bt'Hl French, 1b. 8d., rniUkot full. Butter: l)ouble*rose Cork, 2...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1855. THE PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

THE BENDIfiO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION?! QUR RIGHTS, AND Oil# RESOURCES. SATURDAY,"sEPTEJIBER 87l855?~ TIIE PATRIOTIC FUND. The oommittee which have taken in hand tbe'noble duty of 'getting up a contribution from Bendigo towards the Patriotic Fun 1, ap pear likely to/pi'ose'cute their task with that zeal and energy so befitting snoh an object, aud which are likely to command success.- In addition to the grand ball which they" purpose giving, they are making strenuous efforts to secure the co-opcratiou of all persons and pub lic'bodies likely to afford any assistance. At a meeting of the committee, which was held last evening, mention was made of several offers from various sources to raise contributions, which'oftera will probably be accepted. In addition, a general subscription will be raised by the committee from the inhabitants of Ben digo, and such measures will be taken that every portion of the district will be thoroughly canvassed. ■ ' There are some great occasions in life whe...

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SAHDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. September 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

SAHDIIUIIST l'llODUCE MARKETS. £>eptambor7. Our raorket generally, contjmjep very dull, prices' we' still lower, and there'nppcfirs no chanca of a reaction fo't the next two or threo mouths, '^yhon wo confidently anticipate an Improvo *inent. ! • For Patna rice there has boen some little enquiry. The present price is about £43 per ton. " • Flour is very dull of sale, and it would be difficult to realiuo our quotations. ' Outon hay remains tho saran a? Hast J week. Wo moved o(f a small parcel of V. 1). I^tnd pressed, of good quality, at £18, at miction; lower prices have heen taken during the week. Ito* tailcru require £23. . . * Oata aro lower—worth about 8s. per bushel. The folloSviug aro about the" quotations:— • Fi.ocn, Adelaide, £48 per ton; Chilian, 11*44. JOce, Patna, £12 to £13 per ton. Oats, Scotch, 7a. Gd. to t}a. Oil. per bushel; Bran, 4a. to 4s. Qd. Kugau, Mauritius, £40 per ton; Cosaiporo, £17. • ' ■ CxNUica, Uelmout, 2s. Id.per lb.; French, Is. 10d.; tallow, 1b. Tiur...

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THE NEW CONSTITUTIONS. (From the 'Argus.' [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

THE NEW CONSTITUTIONS-. (From the 'Arrms.' In the luteal paper received by the Royal Shepherd, we find the report of further progress in Parliament with our hew Constitution Bill; of the second reading of that of Now Suutli "Wales, after a contest, led on by Mr. Lowe; anil of the second reading of the Wastc-rT "■&}, Bill, wliicli 13 to give over the control of the \> M> Crown lauds of Australia to the local legislatures. M > All tills business, of suoh vast importance to us, was ' transacted on the evening of Thursday, the 1-ith Juno, and the report was transmitted to Glasgow, for tlio papers of the lDtli. That report is therefore nocessnrily brief. It is, nevertheless, interesting to us, whoso welfare is so deeply involved in the passing, during the present ses sion, of these important measures. "At tlie evening sitting, Lord J. Russell moved tho second reading of tho Victoria Government Bill. "Mr. Bell objected to the provisions of the bill, which sanctioned relig...

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SANDHURST FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

fUNDirUltST FllL'lT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. 17 per ton. 12b. pur cwt. Jtadishcs, 2s. to 2s. Cel. por dor. Celery, 2-ls. to 30a. per do^cn, B.h. to 12a. per scarce. r;,! ^ Appios, Is. 3d. to Is. 6d. por lb. s. Orungca, 3h. to 63. per doz. dor,' Lomona, 3fl. to Ca. por doz. * ^'uta (variouu), XOd. to is. per lb, 23a. per cwt. laid eggs, 4s. to ,6s. por

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WASTE LANDS BILL, NOW BEFORE PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

WASTE LANDS BILL, NOW BEFORE PABLIA ' 1 MENT. A Bill to Repeal tlie Acts of Parliament now j.11 force respecting the Disposal of the Waste Lands of the Crown iu her Majesty's Australian Colonies, and to inalte olhcf.provision iu lieu thereof.. (Note.—l'lie words printed iu small capitals are pro posed to be in'serte4 iu'committee.) Whereas it is expedient t)iat the nets for regulating the wile uud other disposal of the waste lands belonging to the Crown in the Australian colonies should he repealed, I anil that other provision should be made with respect to j the subject matter of the said nqts: lie it therefore enacted, by ilie Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the udvice aud consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as fol lows :— I. The act of the sixth year of her Majesty, chapter thirty-six, intituled " An Act for Regulating the Sale of Waste Land belonging to the Crown in the Aust...

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

SATURDAY, 8th SE1TEMBEK. LAIACPHERSON ct CO. will offer by public miction, • ou Saturday, Sth intst., after tho horse sale, 1 packages containing— - A four roomed framed house. Positively without any reserve. ' ' ' 808 sop 8 SATURDAY, 8th SEPTEMBER. First-rato Investment. LMA.CPHERSON and CO. will sell bv public anc t tion, on Saturday next, Stli instl, directly before the horso sale, Two puddling machines, aitwito on Bondjgo Flat, a; little above the Royal Hotel, with— Harron'B 1'uuips' Long toms Three-stalled slab stable, etc. Plenty of washing-stuff close to hand, averaging about ' 2 dtt ts. to the load. ' _ The above machines are to bo sold to the highest -^bidder ; a dissolution of partnership is tho sole cause of theso being brought to tho hammer; they are yielding a good income, and are worthy the attention of intending purchasers. 8C9sepO Bljissing Friends. If this should meet tho eye of John Elliott 'you will hear of William Graham by applying to Mr. Jack son, View Point, B...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. September 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

SANDIIUHST STOOIC JIAltKlLT. September 7. This market opened with little or no enquiry, although there was a aciuit supply of horses. Towards the middle of thu week wo noticed a better demand, mid "suyerul lota "wore cleared at fair prices. % ' : . '' The ilcKiouruo market, as yet, seems to havo had no effect hero. • • ? Sheep, market fall, 17a. to 30a. Tho following are oil* quotations Common hacks, £3 to XI5; good do. and light harness horses, £15 to £30; good draught horjea, to-£00;* heavy do.; • no demand." Tip carts, i'20 to £25. ' * • L. MACP11EUSON «fc CO.,*Horso Bazaar, Sandhurst. HoughHaoks, £13 to £30; .Good Hacks.and Light Harness Horses, to £-10; Good J>r»lu?ht Horses, J235 to .255; uupciior do., ifiO to £75/ 'Jap dft^ts; £25 to £28. • • - •* • « : S. JONES, Auctioneer," lforso Itepository, Pall Kali.

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PLURALITY OF CLAIMS. TO THE DIGGERS (For favor of the 'Bendigo Advertiser.') [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

riiUKALITY 01" CLAIMS. TO TIIK DIGGERS (For favor of tUo 'Btiuliffo Advertiser. 0 Gentlembn,—At a public meeting, held in the Bendigo ITotel on Monday evening, of leaseholders and a fow quarta miners (chlofly hlrod mon)—in all 120 persons, it "was resolved to memorialise the Governor in favor of a plurality of claims, and against tho regulations as passed by the Local Court respecting that clause; and as I still believe that Paid regulations are in keeping with the desires and interests of the groat hotly of tho diggers—quartz or alluvial, I therefore must, put you on your guard against the designs which the opposition party have upon you, and that is, in my humble opinion, to "gull" you over by overflowing professions of philanthropy towards tho pooror classes—to sell your own interests into the hands of a few speculators aud capitalists. The aforesaid memorial will very possibly bo brought round to you that you may attach your uamos to it; but X trust, Gentlemen, that you wjll fir...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. September 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL SEWS. Suptombor 0.. There lias been ft brisker businoss doingamong tlie brokers thau'libs occurred for suwu months; tlio pricc remains ut 70s. 3d. per ounce..'

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