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OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. Number of Miners' Hights issued during the week ending 10th Nov... 78 at £1 0 0 Number of Business Licenses (lo. do... 18 at £2 10 0 Ditto ditto do. do... 8 lit A'10 0 0 Ditto Chinese Protection Tickets do. 32 at A'l 0 0 Amount of Gold forwarded by escort on tho 13tli instant, 12,-175 ounces and £0,901]. ( Amount of Gold deposited in the Gold Office during the week ending 10th instant 1,003 ounces and i)65. Amount of Gold withdrawn during the same period 4,307 ounces 10 dwts. and £50. Balance in Gold Oilice 15,000 ounces gold, and .02,273 cosh. Number of applications for quartz leases granted by the Local Court, 8, comprising 157 yards quartz vein. Sandhurst Fiiie Brigade. — The usual monthly meeting of this body took place last evening ut the Shamrock Hotel, and wns but thinly attended. On taking the engine to the tank below the Bemligo Hotel, it was found after the late dry weather to be out of order, and about lmlf-an-hour wns expended before the water could b...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, November 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, November -7th. Present: Francis Jones, Esq., Chairman; Messrs O'Conor, Deuovnu, JamicBon, Jones, Vi'ethercll, and Benson. • The Chairman laid on the -table -a-'letter he had re ceived from Frederick Pringle, storekeeper, at Epsom,, relative to the application that had been made to the Court to recommend to the Government that certain lots, in that locality should be withdrawn from salo, as being auriferous, which the writer slated were not so, and that, compliance with the request would he-injurious to him, by preventing him from buying the land upon which his store stood. He also enclosed a copy of a letter' written by him to Mr. Clarke, the Surveyor-General on the same subject. The Court then received applications for,leases. Peter Warren applied for one-quarter of an acre of' alluvial ground at Kangaroo Flat, opposite the New Zea land store. He atated that several persons had attempted to work the ground, but had been obliged to desist in consequence of tl...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. (From Tuesday's Argus.) The subjoined Message reached us yesterday evening: (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) Queenscliffe, 12th November, 1855. 8.30 p.m. ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN OF THE SEAS. TWO DAYS' LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

(From Tuesday's Argus.) Tlie subjoined Message readied us yesterday overling': (11Y ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) Queenscliffo, 13th November, 1855. ' H.30 p.m. ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN OF THE SEAS. | Two Days' Latkii Euhopean Nkw6. I The ship Queen of tlae Seas, 11)1)7 tona, Captaiii Gardiner, from London aiul Plymouth, August 3-lth, dropped .anchor inside Port Phillip Heads, about 7,30 p.m. By this arrival we have two days' later intelligence from England. The papers received are only to. the 12th August; fromthem we have gleaned the following items of news :—> i THE WAR. j Despatch fhom Gf.xeiul Pexibbieb. j Crimea, August 7tli. I I have nothing of interest to communicate to you. The enemy has not undertaken anything against our .trenches, , DEMOLITION OF ANAPA. The, Allies are demolishing, the fortifications of Anapa, contrary to the, wishes of the Circassians, who are, how ever, unable to oppose the fleet. General -Vivian lias gone to the -Mark Sea, to choose a landing-place for troops s...

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ELECTION MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

KLECTION MKKTINOS. Messrs. Grunt und BeiiKon addressed the. electors of Myers' Flat and of Eagle Hawk on Monday lust. There was n large attendance at both meeting!), and resolutions ivere passed unanimously in favor of Messrs. Grant and Benson being returned as representatives of Bendigo in tlio Legislature. On Tuesday Messrs/Grant and Benson paid a visit to Lockwood, and in tlio evening addressed a numerous meeting" of tlie eleetors of Kangaroo Flat, at Gmm'a public-house. Here tliey found on their alrival Mr. Jones and his friends were holding a meeting; but, hav ing got possession of the hall, tlie people adjourned to it, and Messrs. Grant and Benson addressed thein at some length on their political sentiments. A resolution was passed by an overwhelming majority in favor of the above-named gentlemen. Another meeting was held yesterday, in Long Gully. There was a good attendance, and the people were unanimously iu favor of the election of Messrs. Grant and Benson.

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, 12th November, 1855. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, 12th November 180S. (Before llie Stipendiary Magistrate.) Election Bacchakaliakb.—William Gibson, for being' drank, was fined Is.; John Smitli, fis.; Bobert Gralinm, £2; -Horatio Colder, £3 ; John Sharp, Richard Turner, and Mary Orton, discharged; Thomas Ebbs, lined £2; James line, discharged. Kemandp.d.—Thomas Burgess nnd Edward Brown, charged with being drunk, and on suspicion of stealing washing-stuff, were remanded for one day. Michael Xev'ell,' suspicion of robbery, remanded for three days. John Sullivan, assault, remanded for three days; alld Anne Iiowrie, for being drunk and using, obscene lan guage, was remanded till to-morrow. Discharged.—James Herner and a Chinaman, charged with disturbing the peace; William Bartholomew, charged •with robbery; and James ltue, charged with being dis orderly. Onstnu'cTiNO the Poi.ice.—Henry Wilson, for at tempting to rescue a person in the custody of the police, was fined £15; and Patrick O'Loughliu, for resi...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1855. HASTE TO THE POLL! [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

2MB BENDIGO iDTBttTJSER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR SKBOVBCBB. , 'THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1055. ■ j IIASTE TO THE POLL! j , iTJiia "day: the polling of votes for .the several] candidates takes place. In Sandhurst the polling'; booth will be at the old licensing teutin the Camp.; At .Sailors' Gully the polling booth will be at Lawson and Mackinnon's public house; and at Lockwood, at the Prince qf Wales Hotel. We need scarcely urge ypon the attention of thej 'electors 'the desirability of their recordings their ,y.oteB, and being early at die poll to do bo. More .especially do we recomnjcnd this to the considera tion of the diggers, who, we #dmit, labor'under! considerable difficulties, in the distance they have: to come,-and the inability of many of them to lose a day's work. But this is a public duty which' every one should perform, and more especially the! miners, for whose especial behoof the present ex tension of representation has been made, No putter who is the candidate r...

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POLITICAL INDOCTRINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

' IlOIiiTICAL INDOCTRINATION. Grandmamma Wolfe,—Now boy Jones, come here, and Aunt Duncan and myself will examine you in the political catechism ; you must be able to repeat your lessons by this time, surely. What is universal suffrage ? Boy Jones.—Universal suffrage means the ex tending to all or among- ail, alike,—that is, I mean equally,—you know well what 1 mean. Of course universal suffrage means a suffrage given univer sally, that is to nil, not in a comparative meaning ■! by no means, but in ft sum total style. Well, now you know I understand it, though I can't just hit the grammatical construction of the meaning. Aunt Duncan.—(severely) Come, come, that round about farrago will never do—you'll be a disgrace to your political preceptors if you don't do better than that. Universal suffrage as the name implies, means an universal right to vote among all grown up persons. Boy Jones.—Women and all, Aunt? Grandmamma.—You're too sharp boy—you need'nt trouble yourself about the Wome...

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WHO IS MR. GRANT? [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

WHO IS MB. GRANT ? Mr. Grant was the solicitor for the Ballaarat. jrisbners,^—the zealous, the disinterested, and thoi successful defender of those diggers whose- lives were in the ruthless grasp of the law, and whose blood was thirsted for by a tyrannical Government j too mean to afford to be generous. It was mainly j by his untiring exertions, made in the face of a . powerful Government influence, that the defence | of those men was so fully and ably prepared, and j was so signally successful. Mr, Grant is a young man of excellent moral , character, who stands high in his profession—of j abilities which promise to raise their owner to j distinction in the country, and of principles which identify liim heart and soul with the people. He is a man of progress, of fresh and vigorous intel lect, and animated by a joble ambition to do ser vice to his country, Mr. Grant has been a zealous advocate in the great cause of freedom and progress in Sydney : He* took part in the strugglo agains...

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BALLAARAT ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

BALLAARAT ELECTION. Messrs. Lalor and Humifrajs have been re turned, unopposed, as members for the Ballaanit goldfield. This is as it should be. The men who. have' identified themselves with the political re forms on that portion of the diggings of Victoria, have been honored with the confidence of the dig gers on tUe first occasion they were able to give it. Lalor, the Commander-in-chief of the Insur-: gents of Ballaarat, promoted to a seat in the Legis lative Council,—what an instance of the mutability of human affairs J A scaffold, or a seat in St. Patrick's Hall—a pin's weight turns the scale. There we seethe true excellence of a representative Government. Is not Lalor, M,L.C., admitted to ■ a sliarc in the councils of the Country, better than Lalor the outlaw, with a price on his head? We believe that the election of this gentleman was merely the assertion of a principle, and that he will not come forward as a candidate under the New Constitution, Mr. Humftrays is a man of supe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

FRIDAY, 93nrif NOVEMBER. ELIGIBLE OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTMENT. LJJACPHERSON AND CO. will sell by public nuc-; « tion, ot) Friduy, the 33rd <lnv of November inst., pt 14 o'clock nooii, at their Sale Rooms, Pull Mi>11, Sandhurst,- , All that plot of ground situate in Higli-street, in the township of Sandhurst, being part of allotment 11 of section 0 B of the said township, nnd containing n frontage to Higli street aforesaid of 33 feet. ' The above being offered for sale, by order of the mort gagee of the property, wijl be disposed of without reserve to tl|e highest bidder. ' Further particulars respecting the same maybe ob tained at the office of Messrs. Cutteu and Millett, Soli citors, Sandhurst. - 383tutlmov22 , ;' V' ' THIS DAY. • • Jones's Horso Repository, fill Mali. S JONES will. dell by auction, this day,— • Pranght, hack, ai)d light harness,horses. Snlo at halt-past eleven, A.M. 153o • FRIDAY, 20th NOyiiMBEp. BENDIGO ItACES. THE Booths and Grand Stand on the Epsom...

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WHO IS MR. BENSON? [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

WHO IS MR. BENSON? Mr. Benson is a I/ona fide digger on the Bendigo, who: may be seen any day working at the puddling tub. He lias a respectable family, and by his in dustry he has been enabled to purchase an excel lently situated piece of land in the township, besides agricultural land in the vicinity of Sand hurst. . Mr. Benson is a member of the Local Court, and one of the most efficient of the nine. With a careful regard for the interests of the individual digger, he has liberality enough to give to capital a fair field for operation, and ovcry encouragement compatible with the principle, " the diggings for the diggere." Mr. Benson in the old country was an earnest laborer in the cause of reform, and he has imbibed the principles, as he has stood by the side of some of the men with whose glorious names the political progress and advancement of the nineteenth cen tury are identified. He has had experience in the right school for Victoria. Mr. Benson has been an indefatigable part...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. M'lVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, 10th November. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

•MINING INTELLIGENCE. ' M'l VsOR. (FRpJI OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Iieatlicote, 10th November. With .the exception of the advent of a consider able number of Chinese, nothing of importance has occurred during the last \yeek, unless, indeed, it be the appearance of sundry handbills, &c., urging upon the independent electors of Ileathcote the propriety of their - voting for Mr. S. Jones at the coming election. This gentleman, I hear, intends visiting us next week, when I suppose he will make us acquainted with his political principles and opinions, It is to . be hoped that the other candidates will also appear here, and give us a chance to form an opinion as to their respective merits and qualifications, otherwise it will bo but " Ilobson's choice" with us. It is the opinion of a great many of our most experienced miners, that a slate bottom is to be found below the sandstone, which in various parts of this goldfield has hitherto been considered aa bottom, suul that if sv.it wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

WANTED n first-rate butcher and sausage-maker, and a. German girl to attend on a child. Apply at Mr. Fickard Uaumann's, below Bcndigo Hotel.. . 15noyl5 w ANTED a Cook. Apply at Matheson's Hotel, G'ampaspe. 5novIs TY7*ANTED un active boy ; also a second hand Yt American stove, complete. Apply to Mrs. Hiseock, White Hill Boarding House, Seventh White Hill. 5novl5 W ANTED a Cooper, a cask maker ; no other need apply to J. Ball, cooper, Bull-Blrect. lGnovl7 WANTED to sell,—Two shares in the Independen® Steam Quart! Crushing Mills. Particulars.can be obtained at the works, between Specimen Hill, E.iglehawk, and the head of Peg Leg., lnov27 WANTED a female servant. Apply at Little wood's Store, between Long Gully and Cali fornia Gully, lower road, Eaglehawk. 4novl7 ANTED a wtrant girl, at Taylor's Store, Long Gully. 6novl5 WANTED a laboring man for gardening purposes Apply at Kennedy and Keau's, High-street, near Emmet's Brewery. 14novl5 W W ANTED a Servant Girl. Apply to Mrs. Reeve, Muud...

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WHO IS MR. JONES? [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

' WHO IS MR. JONES ? . Mr. j Jon?s is -a well5 known auctioneer of Sandhurst, who chiefly in consequence of fortu itous success in obtaining a position in Pall Mall, lias1 become tolerably wealthy. ; Mr. . Jones r >has -taken part in some public movements on Bendigo. He manifested consider-; able zeal and activity in endeavoring to induce the government to sell the ground facing Camp street, .011 which ground, lji's .own:auction, mart stood. Mr. Jones' correspondence with the Sur veyor-General; on this.: subject cannot have been forgotten. . Mr. Jones 'contributed an interesting collection of models of miners' implements to the Local Ex hibition, for which he received one or two medals, and the credit due to an ingenious and useful. illustration of gold mining. : Mr. Jones has become security for a sum be tween £200 and £300, 011 behalf of the Episcopal Church,'Sandhurst,—Mr. Jones has not contribu ted any such sum, though he has been liberal in his support to religious bodies an...

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NOT A CHALDEAN MANUSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

NOT A CHALDEAN MANUSCRIPT. . A. manuscript.containing.the following interes ting details which are supposed to relate to the present'contest for'the election of Bendigo, was picked up late last night and brought to our office. •As we do not wish the 'owners to suffer.from its i loss .we give it every publicity, and hope to have their grateful thanks in consequence.— TO THE FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS'".OF SHADRACU JONES, ESQ., GREETING. : ' We, the Committee, decree that on Thursday, the 15th day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight.hundred nnd fifty-five, at eight o'clock a.m., processions shall form at the following places— Bendigo, Kangaroo, Milkmaid's, and Sydriey'Flats, ancl march into Bendigo, with colors flying und bands play ing, meeting opposite to the " lhoimnient of our dear Friend's industry" in Pall llftll. tlienae to prooeed in the subjoined order, in one monster -procession, to'the poll ing booth in the Government Cnmp:— " The'Procession-ironi BendigoDat...

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SANDHURST POST OFFICE IRREGULARITY. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

SANDHURST POST OFFICE IRREGULARITY. (To the Editor of the Bcndigo Advertiser.} Sir,—I beg leave to trouble you with the following statement, and ask for its insertion, provided you, Sir, are of opinion that it would benefit a_ portiou^of the public. On Otli instant I posted a letter here for Melbourne. I did not pay the postage, for reasons not necessary to be made public. X expected a reply in three or four days: not. receiving such, I asked had my letter been forwarded, but was told it was not, and would be kept here for one month: after that period, opened and returned to the writer. I then paid the postage. Now, Mr. Editor, I wish to state that I was a stranger here and ignorant of the Post Office regulations, as I am certain that there are scores of others equally as ignorant as myself of that matter, therefore I am of opinion tliat there should be a notice posted in front of the Post Office, directing the postage to be paid 011 all letters posted hero; otherwise they would be ...

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HARLEQUIN IN HORSEHAIR! [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

HARLEQUIN IN HORSEHAIR ! The people of Bendigo should be very proud of the attention they receive from conjurors and mountebanks of all sorts, from Mr. Jacobs to Cap tain Brown. Any fool, political or otherwise, wild can do anything extraordinary, from 3tnuding on his head, to Bpouting for four hours at a stretch, is certain to attract a large amount of interest and at tention; and to'pocket ri goodly share of the gold of Bendigo noodles. Any inflated coxcomb desirous of notoriety, and of passing oiF his Brummagem j material as the real thing, upon soft pappy brains, has only to come to Bendigo to find a rich liar vest. Bendigo intellect is rated at a low figure, while Bendigo credulity and spooniness furnish an unbounded claim for clever charlatanism to profit by, or excellent subjects for practical jokers to work. on. Of this opinion, beyond question, is Maurice Travers MeDonogh, barrister, to judge j by liis impudence at the nomination on Saturday I last. . Mr, McDonogh is a gent...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

SHIPPING IXTKLUGUNC rout OK »IBl.lipu 1SN12. AMIUVKIK - Norcrober ]0.—City of f<nm iloban. nmv ,tn ; liist., with eighteen cabin und' uventv-iiiwo steerage, pjj^cn^o'rs';' ■M*mga Wo\»g>\, s.s'.s., .from Ttli uith ijv'juiy-six cablu unci uinoty-ciglit iutoriuO'iiuU»iuitl''B^,.,Viipfi.Wsse|u^i!i-.s. 'i \ November U.—Queon, s.b.s.~, from l>ortlan<l, Vvxul sovcu.cabin;'! and thirteen bteeratw i>}is3cr«<:yyii: Storm IHrd, s.a.a., from I'prty Albert. x-' November 12.—Alice ttroofcs, barque from Adebildc 3rd hint. Don Klcardo ship, from Tulcahimno Itftli August., t>iti Sydney 2ud Inst,; Whito Swan, fc.K.s., from Adolnitlo Mh inst., with tluric.m tfabhi and forty-elfht Btcorajro pjissongrrs; Cnjuniii Blvtii. of thy 40th regiment, ln4y and infant, I Mokk<mvl'ci\ utul thtvo s^r gcanu, Hvo corporate, ono drummer, tltly-foiir private, fhv woman, i»nfl ten children, of tho (mine regiment; Sussex, yhi;>» from the Quarantine HUitiou; Greci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

FT\HE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, the first JL ' newspaper on tho Victoria GoldfioUH, and the treat Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, POBLISHED EVER1 TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY Morning, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, tho township of the district of Beudigo, the Metropolitan Goldiield of Australia. The Bendioo Advertiser has the most 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 if known that Sandhurst is not oiily the capitai. of one of tho Largest Goldfikids, but is tho mart of the extensive Pastoral District comprising tho valleys of the Loddom and CampAspir, and the wide and fertile plains extending to tho Murray. The political principles of this journal are liberal—such as 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, of course, clai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

NOTICE.—Mr. F. R. J. Dixon has been appointed Mining Reporter for tliis Journal, nnd ift authoriiflJ to receive Advertisements in the outlying gullies. MR. KOBE 111' BINKS is requested to coinmunicnte immediately with Mr, Henderson, officc of tliia jjuper.

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