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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1855. ELECTION FOR BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 November 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1855. ELECTION FOR BENDIGO. The nomination of candidates for the represen- tation of Bendigo takes place this day from the hustings erected in the Camp, near the shed where whilom gold licenses were wont to be dispensed to crowds of eager applicants. We shall not now dwell upon the reflections conjured up by such associations, nor shall we pause to condemn the injudiciousness of placing what may be called the very altar of public liberty im- mediately adjacent to a military guard-room. On our first assumption of electoral duties it was, only to be expected that we should be im- perfect in our arrangements, and that blunders should characterise the whole affair, from the Government delay in furnishing miners' rights to the compilation of the electoral roll, which is even now in the hands of the printers, with a remote possibility of being completed some time within a month. We are anxious, howe...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE OVENS. (FROM THE " ARGUS" CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 November 1855

THE OVENS. (FROM THE " ARGUS" CORRESPONDENT.) At last the Ovens people have awoke from   their lethargy, and have looked about in earn- est for one who shall well and truly serve them as a representative. £2000 has been offered,—even £5000 has been offered to and refused by a gentleman whom a deputation waited upon to request to stand as a member of the Legislative Council. This being the state of affairs, lest a swarm of impecunious adventurers should suddenly appear amongst them, they have wisely ohosen to select one who will, if elected, be qualified by the voters, and who will be known by the major part of the residents as a consistent member of so- ciety, and one thoroughly conversant with mining and local matters. The Woolshed people (who at present number the largest of any of the districts), with whom are many of the Yackandandah miners, have resolved to support Mr. D. Cameron in the event of a contest taking place. Last night a meeting of the committee appointe...

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MOUNT ARARAT. (From the Correspondent of the Ballarat Times.) November 2nd, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 November 1855

MOUNT ARARAT (From the Correspondent of the Ballaarat Times.)   November 2nd, 1855. The diggings in this vicinity are now looking more promising than they have hitherto done. It is computed now to contain 1,800 miners, all of whom are busy at work on the old lead, which has again been struck about a mile from where it was first struck. The holes on the lead are paying well.     This, certainly, is the most picturesque part of Australia. The creek is now running about 200   yards from these diggings ; the locality has every appearance of a gold district, and it is the general opinion of many that this rush will open up some rich goldfields in this vicinity. At present these mines extend over two miles, along the foot of Mount Ararat, and are now seemingly going towards Crisp's station. No hotels or restaurants have as yet been erected here. We have no police here, nor do I think any are required, for I have not heard of a single " s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 November 1855

POST OFFICE, sandhurst. List op unclaimed ship lett Foil THU MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1S55 ..Attendee, James .Adumson, Jus. vBalfonr, J [Barker, John '■Baker, Mrs Hjr :Barker, John jBaige, wm (Batten, Mrs H Bawden, ltd Barnard, Chs Bunks, wm Bellemur, Mrs Albert . Bellemur, Mrs Albert Bellemur, Mrs Albort Bewley, Hv Benney, wm and J as Bearhope, Geo Bertrand, David . 'Bennett, Mrs 3 Belcours, Autonia . Bird, Thomas Butler, Samuel James Cadogan, J E • Carnon, Wm Coakley, John .Compton, Stephen Coutts, Geo Collins, G H Coat, George 2 .Cordwell, John Cocking, John Cuvet, Maistre ' JCurrie, James Cunliffo, Mr A Allen, Wm 2 Annear, jau B Binney, JosepTi Binney, W and J as Birley, John Taylor Bigg, Geo Bowden, Thos Bousfleld. ii P Boiling Iiobroy Borneman, B Bullinglmm. Geo Buckey, Thos Bryce, Jus Bryan, George Brockiev, Ch» ]3iook, JaB Bruce, Geo Brian, wm Brain, Moses Black, Mrs Bridget Bridgman, Dr J 2 Curtis, Thos 2 Clelnnd, James Charles, German Clark, George Chipelmse, J H Craivfurl, Edmun...

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TO THE FRIENDS OF GRANT AND BENSON. (Per favor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 November 1855

TO THE FRIENDS OF GRANT AND BENSON. (Per favor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) Gentlemen,—As you will be called upon to play an important part to-day at the nomination of candidates, I   trust you will permit me to offer you a few suggestions. In a community like that of Bendigo, it is impossible to get all to think alike. and therefore I hope you will use ytlr u'most endeavor? to secure a fair hearing boili for frends nrid opponents. Liberty of speech is the right o1' every Australian, and he who attempts to infringe upon it. will net most unjustly nnil unlawfully. I any then, gentlemen, distinguish yourselves.to-rlny by your orderly conduct, tlmt you place n proper value, on vour electoral privileges. / The friends of Grant and Benson. will muster nt ten o'clock this.morning, in front of the Shamrock Hotel, and after having transacted, their business will march in procession to the place of meeting. The colors to be worn by their-friends are green and red, t<i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

TUESDAY, 13th NOVEMBER. Splendid Opportunity. LMACPHERSON & CO., will bd:1 liy miction, on i Tuesday ne*t, tlio 18th November, on the premises, at 12 o'clock :— "A Bilker}-, situine in one of the beat positions in High-street, containing Bakehouse, with Oven • . Three Rooms nnil Simp. Subject to a ground rent of £00 per annum,'paid up to January 1st., 185(1.' The property is substantially built, having a feather board front,' two large sized windows, and is well yrorthv of the attention of tha trade. Terms-Cash. 378nov33 . ; - F1UDAY, 23rd NOVEMBER, v ELIGIBLE OPPORTUNITY FOIt INVESTMENT, L' MACPHERSON AND CO. will eellby public anc « tion, ou Friday, fliu <23r<l day of November iust., at o'clock lioo'n, .at their J5aio Rooms, Pall (Sandhurst,'' AU that plot of ground situate'in Higli'-street, in' ' • the township of Sandhurst, lieing j>art of allotment ll of- section 0 B of tlic said township, and containing a frontage to Iligh ■ street aforesaid of...

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BENDIGO MARKETS. November 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

BEXDIGO MARKETS. JTsovember 12. | There in little in Addition to our fast to report, our market mill Japing in the saran healthy state. Flour tutd oats still scarce, find much inquired after. We have lately disposed of a. few samples of the above at the undermentioned pricw Flour.—Adelnido, £or» par ton: Chilian. £03. Oats.—Scotch, lis. Oil. to Us. (id. per bushoL JIran.—Is. Gd. to 4r. Oil. per butshel. Muze.—lHs. per bushel. Potatoes.—M. per lb. Onions.—1«. 10(1. per lb. Pickler.—Pint5, 10m. por dozen; quarts, 1C«. • Sardikes.—\«ttns 12b. to 14a. per dozen; ruEESE.—Euglhih, 2s. por lb. 3 amr.—EnglUh, lfi*. per dozen. Sdoxh.—Light, £13 per tow. JIice.—•Patua, £45 por ton. CnEnooTs.—Munila, £1 10s. to £5 per 1000. <Undi.es.—Sporm, Is. lOd. to 3b. per lb. Soap.—Yellow, 5d. per lb. 8. JONES, Auctioneer. Auction Mart, Pall MaU.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

NOTICE.— Mr. F. R. J. Dixon 1ms been Appointed Mining Reporter for this Journn], nml is authorised to receivo Advertisements in the outlying gullies. MR ROBERT BINKS is requested to commnnipiite v immediately with Mr. Henderson, office of this paper. BII1TH. On tlio 8th instant, Snrnli, tlio wifo of Sitrauol I.innett, of n son. TO COIIUKSPOXDENTS. A SunficntnER is informed tlint the population of Tendon in 3850, the most recent date we eau find, was 2,^-10,289. At present It is about two nml n-lmlf millions.

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1855. GRANT FOR BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

THE BENDI60 ADVERTISER, FROOIIE88ION, OUR RIGHTS, ANI> OOR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1855. GRANT FOR BENDIGO. If the doctors of Beniligo have any doubt •whether they should record their votes in favor of Mr. Grant, after the nomination on Saturday last, they are not the men we take them to he. There never was a elcarer ease presented to the con sideration of any body of electors. The tinsel and the genuine metal are before you, and the tinsel is so evidently tinsel, and sinks into such lack-lustre in significance beside the sterling brilliancy, that none but the most obtuse, or the most perverse, can make any mistake. There are the spurious and the true coin. It requires no very sharp ears to detect the difl'erence-rthe noble manly ring of the one, nnd the dull leaden thump of the other. Shall you not nail the latter to its proper place—the coun ter? Diggers of Bendigo, Saturday last was a glorious day for you. On that day you cast off the cater pillar slough of political ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

117"ANTED a bullock driver. Apply to George W Bee by, sawyer, near Sheepwash 13novl3 WANTED a first-rnte butcher and sausnge-mnker, and a German girl to attend on a child. Apply at Mr. Pickard liuumunn's, below Bendigo Hotel. ISnovIS ANTED as partner, a young man with a capital of about £150, to join the advertiser in.store keeping ; he must be of good business habits : refer ences given^and required. Address Box II, P. 0., Sandhurst. 18novl3 WANTED two or three carpenters to contract for building a frame for a canvas store, about four miles from Bendigo. Apply early, at the Melbourne Store, First White Hill. 21novl3 ANTED a partner with a small capital, to join a respectable party in a public house in a first rate locality, For full particulars apply to L. Mac pheraou & Co.,"auctioneers, Pall Mali. 4*0novl3 WANTED, a Boy. Esquire at W. Blairn, baker, Williamson-Btreet. 25novl3 \\7anted by a'respectable Younf* Female aSilna » ? tion as General House Servant. Apply at the Sha...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) November 9th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,} I November Oth, 1BS5. 1 One of the sages of ancient Greece gave it as his opinion, that the hest Government was that in which an injury done to a private citizen was an insult to the entire community. The principle embodied in this " saying," lnis practical effect in modern times, through the agency of the news paper press, which, as the representitive of the , public, never fails to denounce and condemn a private wrongasapuhlicinjury. The case of a Mr. 1 Chas. Chaplyn Grover is an illustration in point. This young man was arrested by the police, and ignominiously dragged through the streets of Mel bourne, in noon day, to prison, under suspicion of being a runaway constable from Sydney, named William Grover. The police were afterwards satisfied lie was' not the man they were in search of, but tliey still retained him in custody 011 sus picion of being another William Grover, charged with committing arson at Sandridge, when it was proved satis...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. BENDIGO ASSURANCE, A FARCE In Two Acts; Not by the Author of " London Assurance." To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. BENDIGO ASSURANCE, A FARCE In Two Acts; Not by the Autlior of "London Assurance." To the Editor of the Bendigo Advt rtiser. Sir,—As we are soon to lie astonished by the perfor mances of the Amateur Histrionics, allow me to tail attention to the above farce, which is being performed nt the present time much to the gratification of the burghers (that is to he) of Sandhurst. Act 1st went off rather dull, although the artistes were well up, but it was understood by those behind the scenes that the authors lind reserved their powers of wit and mimicry for the second and closing act. The hero of the first act was Borber-Bossa, who after strutting his hour becomes sentimental, sliniupoos him self, and rushes headlong a candidate for the honors of matrimony. Act 2nd opens with a mock-heroic soliloquy by Shacl rach the 2nd, the " Diggers' Friend," as lie returns from a victorious foray. Close by the Slieepwash he is met by the Weird Sisters of Bemligo; one plucked an...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINIXG BEPOHTEH.) Quartz,—l)ny by day new features and new wonders are unfolding themselves in our quartz workings ; new finds are of daily occurrence, and the rich specimens of last week are carelessly thrown aside for crushing, in place of the richer ones of this week. Many, very many, are perseveringly toiling on in tlie hope of at last proving successful, while others from their first I commencement are reaping golden harvests. ] From Long Gully we have seen some large and j rich samples of what we may describe as masses • of quartz studded with gold, of these, a very j handsome one has the peculiarity of having ail S t about two and a lmlf inches in length, well de- j fined in gold, the supposed value of this stone is £10, but £20 has been refused for it. The quartz I workings in this Gully are likely to outvie those of ; Iron Bark, Eagle Hawk, or New Chum.—We I find many miners crushing their own quartz and | laying by the tailings, in the expect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

THE B E N D1 (t 0 ADVERTISER, the first I ■ newspaper on the Victoria CJoldfield*, and tlio best Inland Advortining Medium in tlio colony, Published eykri Tuesday, TnuusDAYAND Saturday . .1 _ MoHNING, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, tlio township of tbe district of Bendigo, the Metropolitan (Joldlield •Australia. _ The Bendiqo Advertiser has the most extensive circulation of any provincial paper in the colony. The importance of this journal aB an advertising medium must, be at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only the oafital of one of the Largest Gtoldfiklds, bu i«, the mart of the extensive Pastoral District comprising the valleys of the Loddon and Campaspib, and the wide and fertile plains extending to the Murray. Tbe political principles of this journal are liberal—such B9 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 Bendigo^ will, ...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. November 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

BANDIIUJiST STOCK MAIiKKT. November 12. j Our market this week has been rather quiet, which we Attribute move to the want of saleable stock than the absence of buyers. Tho demand for good light draught horses fitill contiuuos, hnd what saIor wo have made during the \roek have been satisfactory. There exists a demand for llptctu Ls ami light spriiig.carts. Our quotations aro— Common hackn, £lC.tn* £20; good do. and light harness horses, £20 to £35; good draught horses, £10 to £60; heavy da, nominal. lip carta, £50 to £53. Is. MACPHKUSON <fc CO., Auctioneers, Home liaxaar, Sandhurst. * November 12. A cassation has tnken placo of the lively spirit characterising our borne market the last few days, and calculation is again out. We- look forward, however, to a renewal of activity this week and a full supply of welhconditioned horses in our yards. We can make no improvement npon quotations. Bough hades. £14 to ; good hacks and light hamcRS hco-uen, £25 to £40; good draught hors...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. November 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, SAXmtUllST PliODUCE MAUKKTS. - ' November 13th. Thero is no change to notice in this market siuco our last re» port, Pricos, if anything, are rather Joivor,' T We disposed of the Criterion hotel and land. Tho furniture brought very fair price*. Flour.—Adelaide, quiet., Sales hate come under our notice at £(# 10s. per ton, Oats.—Scotch, demand steady; prices firm. Bran.—Easier; may be puruh>\9o4 nt&S*. 3d. Hay,—Oaten continues in fair request. Sales of quantity have Leon made at £20 per ton. The market is well supplied, Following arc our quotations:— 'Fi,ouu.—Adelaide, £<U to .£<:•> per ton; Chilian, £00. O.vth.—-Scotch, lls.'iid. to Uh. Ud. perbualiel. 3*iwn,—4s. 3d. to 4a. Pd. per biifdie). ItiCR.—Patim, £17 per ton: Java, £-15. Sugau.—Mauritius, dark, £:J7 per ton; yellow, £10; Cosaipore, &Jd, per lb. Saiuhneb.—J-tins, 10a, Qd. to 10a. 0d.; $*tins, 14s, Gd, Candi.es.—Jlolmont, 1b, lOd. to 1b. lid. perlj>. PtCK...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. TOKT OF MFXHOUllSE. "November 8.— Indus, barque, worn Newcastle, N.SAV., 2CU> Ult.; Mabl of the Yarra, s.a.g., from rjinneoston Gth Inst. November 9.—Jto.vol Shepherd, a.a.s., from I.annrcstAn 7 th itisL, "With eight cabin ami uventy-fivo .stecnitjo pusst-ji^TS; 'Water i.ily, Bchoouer, from Port Soroll, V.O.I,.. I'.th inst,; .Kohn, schooner, fiiun TalcAhuima Oth August; Keinanw Kugolkens, yr»i\Uot» from Circular Head 5th inst.; Formosa, ahip. from liobart Town 3rd inst.; Cullender, aohooner, from Sydney UUth nlu; Victoria Packet, barque, from Sydnov 30th tilt.: Vaqti*r<», I/. S. schooner, from Ho Uolulti rla Sydney -Ith innt.: Dun Pedro II., barqur, from Hobart Town 0th lust.,'with Jiv«; cnbin aud four BUn-rage passengers; M:try Smith, Bcltonuer, from Adelaide 3rd inst., with eleven cabin ftiU level! steerage punsengors. I AT THE HEAPS, j "November 8.—Doit, brig, from liobart Town; Haven, brig, from I ftewcastlo. projected r>Kp\i\TunES. Fon T....

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NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES FOR THE REPRESENTATION OF BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES FOR ItEPBESENTATION OF BENDIGO. Tlie nomination of candidates for the representation of tliis district, took place on Saturday last. ' The weather was anything hut propitious in the morning, but it some, what cleared up in the course of tlie day, and diil not offer much interruption to tlie proceedings. Still it must have had considerable efteot in keeping away the diggers from the outlying gullies, but after nil the attendance was very considerable, and at one time the number of persons present must have been fully two thousand. The hustings, very substantial and commo dious, were erected in the Camp, under the old licensing tent, and'of course overlooked by the military guiird room. Many- gentlemen s'r ing'y protested against the election being carried on almost under the surveillance of soldiers. The erection of the hustings at this particular place was certainly not desirable under the circum stances, but it was the most suitable the Returning Officer co...

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MOUNT ALEXANDER DIGGINGS. From the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 November 1855

MOUNT ALEXANDER DIGGINGS. From the Mail. FOREST CREEK.—The quartz reef running across   Lady's and Dirty Dick's Gullies, Moonlight Flat,   continues to be worked with vigor, and the line   of the reef is taken up a mile in length, extending   north and south of the rich claims on the south   side of Lady's Gully. On Monday last some   miners from Barker's Creek marked out claims alongside, with a view of double—banking, but the miners previously on the reef having expressed   their determined opposition, they abandoned their   intention. The want of crushing machines, a   great impediment in the way to efficient prospect- ing of quartz reefs, is about to be partially   remedied by the erection of one at Moonlight by   Vivian and party, and another on the creek, op-   posite the main road from Castlemaine to Sawpit Gully, about a ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE DIGGERS. READ THIS LETTER. Per favor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. to THE diggers. bead this Letter. Vcr favor of the licntliyo Advertiser. Gentlemen,—As some malicious party is circulating rumors tlmt, unless you go to the Camp and register your names in a hook, you will not be allowed to vuio, I take this opportunity of informing you that it is utterly false. I will givo you a plain statement of all that you have to do to-day. First, look and see if you have got your Miner's Right, and if yon took it out oh or be'brc the l'Mh nf July last, because if you did not ltnve it by that time yon will not bu Allowed to vote on Thursday. All that have their Miner's Right by the said date need bo under 110 apprehensions, as the authorities have taken their names out of the Government books and registered them 011 the electoral roll. Do you understand ? The autho rities did so some time ago. They made ti few mistakes but the list of your names is generally correct. What liavo we to do then ? Well, just atteud at the different polling...

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