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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 November 1855

BIRTH. At Robinson Crusoe Gully, on Sunday, the 11th instant, the wife of Mr. D. McIntyre, proprietor of the Crusoe Inn, of a son.

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,) 14th November, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR C»YN CORRESPONDENT,) 14tli November, 1858. ' J.he Russian fleet which sometime since relin quished Petropauloski, it is now known, found its way to the Amoor, and from thence was traced to De Carte's Bay, where it was discovered hy the British squadron; from which, however, in a most inexplicable manner, it made its escape, and it is now at large in the Pacific, unimpeded in its designs, It is a matter of some importance for ns to be informed of its present destination, or, at all events, to be. in a position to resist any hostile attack upon any of our seaports.. The fleet of a hostile power is roaming unmolested in the Pacific, and wo take no measures to put ourselves in a position of defence. Nothing is more probable than that, before long, Russia will begin to operate upon the British possessions in these seas. In an ticipation of such an event, it is the duty of the Government of this colony to provide "for our safety. 'Warnings may he given, but,it is usel...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE, (To the Editor of the Ilaidbjo Advertiser.) Sir,—With reference to a remark in ypsterday'B paper respecting the tmfinishod state of the tank or reserrair in fall Mall, permit me to contradict the stateme'ut.T/ti :is not. the Contractor's' funlti .nor is it the /lUiU ofVj'a I'inance Committee. . The superabundance of water is the; ca;ts<!.. .Uclievt? .me, 110 liiijnati exertion will ho spared to complete the joli ; but there are ciicmnstance* connected with the work thnt were unforeseen, and pre clude the possibility of its completion so soon-as ori-. giuully expeetod.' " • '' 1 . ' I' am,. Sir, , Your obcdicut servant, i A'.'- C. BliOWN, Coutractor, 17 th NQVcml)er,1855. '•

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ELECTION FOR BALLAARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

ELECTION FOK 1ULLAARAT. On the nomination day, last Saturday, the only two candidates proposed were Messrs. Peter Lalor and John' B. Humffray, wlio were accordingly declared dnly elected by the Returning Ofiicer, W. H. Bacchus, Esq., J. P. There was very little interest manifested, only some 400 persons being present. The following extract from Mr;" Lalor's speech is taken from the report of the Argus correspondent:— • " Peter Lalor, Esq., came forward, and was received with loud and continued cheering. He said—"Gentle men aud fellow-diggers, not twelve months ago a reward was offered by Govqriuent for my apprehension, and now by your suffrage I am going into the Legislative Council to meet that Government; and depend upon if X shall not shrink from my duty nor deviate from the Views I have expressed, I wish briefly to allude to the affair of the 1 Hureka Stoekade'—not that 1 intend to vindicate the course of action, for I am free to confess that it was a rasli oot; nevertheless the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

VrOTlCE.—Mr. P. It. 3. Dixon, has been appointed Minbij: Keporter for this .Ttnmift}, and » authorised to receive Advertisements in, the outlying gullies. MR. ROBERT BINKS is requested to communicate immediately with l^r. Iieuderaon, olfico of tli{a yaper. • " , MB. H. T.JAMES, High-street, Heathoote, is ap pointed our ajforit for the M'lvor, Gonlburn and Murray districts, by Trhom subscriptions and advertise ments will be received.

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STATE OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

STATE. OF .THE POLL. The following is the state of the poll as nearly ns can- be ascertained.: Of course'until the official announcement is made on Satur day next, the true state of (he poll cannot be ascertained. It will 'not, however, very ma terially ^differ from -the following state ment:— Benson. Grant, Jones. Sandhurst ... 448 441 249 Sailors'Gully... '74 70 44 Loclcwood.... ... 6 8 "!J9 Heath cote.. ... . 78 -3i .-■■■. .67 Total ... ... 600' 550 379 -The statement from M'lvor'was brought in last. night by Express to the " Advertiser" office. Upwards of two hundred rejected, cards for Messrs. Grant 'and Benson,' received only from Sandhurst and Sailors' Gully, mi(v lie in our office j besides these scores were destroyed.

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1855. POLITICS FROM THE PULPIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AXD OUB KESOUKOES. SATURDAY, NOYEMBM 17, 1855, POLITICS FROM THE PULPIT. Wc have received several complaints tliat a Reverend Gentleman in one of our places of rcli* gious worship occasionally edifies his heavers with political instead, of religious polemics, and, in a {juarded_iptinner, has virtually expressed opinions from the pulpit with reference to the merits of eome. of the candidates for representative honors. These complaints have been made to us by persons on whose veracity we have every reason to depend, and we have felt considerable difficulty in ap proaching a subject so calculated to arouse the worst p/issipns of sectarian bigotry. Discarding for'the present all reference to local instances, and leaving delinquent preachers to the discipline of their religious superiors, or to the public opinion of their congregations, we shall say a few yords en thp general subject. This community has been hitherto comparatively free fro...

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THE ELECTION FOR BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

THE KI,ECTI0N l°OK BEND1G0. At an early hour yesterday morning the committee. and supporters of Mr. .Jones were actively engaged in preparing for a grand field day. - All available carriages, from four wheeled American vans to spring carts, being chartered to bring in the diggers from the'sur rouniting gullies. Tliq bnnuer spoken of in our last issue, bearing the inscription, ''Jones and the prosperity of Sandhurst," wag promi nently suspended between two trees in front of the hustings, the lowor side of which was covered with blue cloth. About 8 o'clock, Messrs, Benson and Grant's committee ap peared on the field, hoisting red ond green flags also between two trees, opposite the upper part of the hustings, which was adorned in green and red, 'Tables for each committee were placed in front, attended by members | having copies of the electoral ljst, and voting i cards ready to supply the electors. At 9 o'clock the Returning Officer commenced the < proceedings in the old Li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

ppMBMMBWPMgit«aMgiiaaaacM^»gy3gnc»j<«JT.g»ft£Btoc<'iiAi<fiiiriinw>r»iif<ww SATUUDAY, 17th ^GYKMBElt. Splendid Opportunity. LMACPHE1RS0N & CO. will sell by miction, on • Saturday, the J 7 t'n November, 011 Lhe premises, nt 12 o'clock, A Bakery, situate in one of the besl positions in Jligh-strcof, containing Bakehouse, with Oven Three Kooms and Shop. SubjRct to a ground rent of £ GOO per annum, paid pp to January 1st, 18j'J The property is substantially built, having a feather board front, two large si?,ed windows, and is weil worthy of tho attention of the trade. Ttfrhm—Cash. 445nov}7 THIS DAY. S Jones'? Horse Repository,.Pall Mall. JONES will sell bv auction, this <lny, »• lJraiight; hack, and light harness lioi-scd. *■. Sale at hall-paBt eleven, a.m. , , .. lu/Je THURSDAY, 29 th' NOVEMBER.' Jtn th.6 County .Court ,of Sandhurst, in the Colon; of " Victoria. Fi.Fa. In re Irons jr. Lionriet and Another. > Jii re Jac...

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THE NOMINEE MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

THE NOMINEE MEMBER. " In another portion of this issue will be found a report of the Ballnarat election, not the least in- j teresting portion of whiclv is the passing of a reso lution to. the' effect, that a Mr. Yates he recom mended to Sir C.'IIotham for appointment as a nominee. The Governor must appoint four no minees to seats in the Council, and it is considered that he has pledged himself to be guulcil in choosing them by the voice of the mining constituency. Under these circumstances it has been proposed that on Saturday next, after the declaration of the poli fronj the hustings, a resolution should be brought forward recommending that Dr. Owens be appointed qne of the four nominees to be selected by the Governor. The idea is an excellent one. It is a compliment to thfit gentleman which he well deserves, and should His Excellency by any possibility accede to the request, we shall have another staunch advocate in the House. We cannot disguise the fact however that we have litt...

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BALLAARAT. (From the Times Mining Reporter.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

BALLAARAT. (From the Times Mining Reporter.) ■Magpie is certainly a standing wonder. Withni a few short weeks it has shed every appearance of the rush, and piat 90 that of the .(own, ' The wilderness has- been reclaimed as if hy magic : diggers are daily making fortunes ; a score of liotels are doing an tmhnagined/trade ; thousands, of men.of business have settled down ill as many well-built shops; and hundreds belonging to the sex of ladies are cheapening a showy dress to-day, where yesterday the traveller, with his swag, would have found it uneventful and dull hut for the stray lizard that shot from his path. Such a sudden peopling of the bush is one of tho marvels of this generation. How long the thing will last is another ques tion, and a serious one into the bargain. That a Gravel Pits gutter is somewhere or other in ex istence here is still an article in the diggers' creed; and whether it lias to be struck by accident, or fer reted out by slow degrees, it matters little for th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

"ANTED a Cooper, a cask maker ; no other need apply to J. Ball, cooper, Bull-street. 16novl7 WANTED tosell.—Two Bhares in the Independent Stenm Quartz Crushing Mills. Particulars can be obtained at the works, "between Specimen Hill, Eaglehawk, and the head of Peg Leg. lnov27 ANTED a female servant. . Apply, at Little wood's Store, between Long Gully and Cali fornia Gully, lower road, Eaglehawk. 4novl7 ANTED by a respectable.young Person a situa tion as house-keeper or barmaid with about ten months reference. Address " Emma" office of fliia paper. 19novl7 WANTED quick renders to know they can read as many books as they like in one week for one shilling, and can lmvo a choice of nearly two thousand of the tjest works ofthe day, amongst which are Lever's, Dickens's, Bulwer's. Ac. Also, for sale, the Picture Times and Illustrated Times, price sit pence, and Illus trated London News, containing illustrations of the doings in the Crimea, <fcc„ &c„ Bell's Life in London,...

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ELECTION FOR THE LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

ELECTION FOR THE LOCAL COURT. - The election .of a member to . serve in the Local Court, in the room of . Mr. Charles' Mackenzie re signed, takes place this day. By a' letter yrliich appears in this day's issue, it will bo seen that Mr. Mackenzie does not intend soliciting, the suf frages of the diggers. We-have not heard who is to be brought forward,'or indeed that anyone ?s willing to undertake the thankless office of a member of the Local Court. Efficient men will never be obtained until the members are remuner ated for their loss of time. The miners should endeavor to bring forward a man with sound prac tical ideas, and with a good judgment, for botli are ■wanted in the Local Court. It is only fair to Mr, Mackenzie to say that he has shewn himself to be one of the most intelligent of the Local Court members, although his opinions are some what at variance with those of the general body of the diggers on the subject of leasing' alluvial lands.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM oun MIXING REPORTER.) There is little of importance which has come under our notice during the past week, in mining. The newly-opened reefs at Jackass Flat, Growler's Gully, and the White Horse Flat, are being worked with better encouragement to the proprie tors. At Jackass Flat, we are glad to learn that Mr. Brandy's and Mr. Crokcr's parties have both struck gold in their claims, and have every reason to believe that they will prove as good as Messrs. Collie and Fisher's • party, mentioned by us in a late report. Elrrie's reef is being worked with vigor, and shares in claims on it have'changed hands at good prices. At Kangaroo Flat the reefs are not nearly so much worked as on other-parts of Bendigo, and we find an opinion somewhat preva lent that they cannot be so rich as the others at work in various parts of this goldiield. For this idea wo are unable to account, as the appearance of the quartz in this locality is most promising, and some excellent cla...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

SHIPPING INT10LLIGKNOK. November 13.—Queon of the iSeu*, «hip, ltfrtT tons, from l^>ncton 7th, cla Plymouth 14th August, with nineteen cabin and seventy Intermediate and steerage passenger*: Augntte, trig, from Cnpu of Good Hope 3rd October, with <ivo cabin passenger*. Novembor 14.—Black Swan, b.s.s., from Luuuccstoa }9th Inst., with eleven cabin and twenty-siv steerage pasaongors. - AT TUB HEADS. November 14.—Manchester, steamer, put back. rnojucrnn m:r\nTt*RKS, For I«iverpool.—.Inino.'i Buine*, 2.ritb November, yon London.—Admiral, .1st December; Statesman, §th De CCmbor; Blackwall, 20th December: Sussox, in January. For Nkw Caledonia.—Harbinger, early. For Nkw York.—Crystal Palueo, 2&th Novomber; Aura, 1st December. Toil Callao.—David C*. Fleming, early. For Valparaiso.—GaV-jo, 23rd November. Fou Sisoapoms.—Haven, 20th November; Albion, early, * Foh IJoMnAV.—Africa, 20th November. „:For Caujutta.—Queen of tho East, 2r»th Novembor. Fon Hq.so Kosp, ~ Klk-n .Ol...

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THE BENDIGO ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

THE BENJHGO ELECTION. The following remarks concerning the Election of Bendigo, appeared' in an ' Extra ordinary' published yesterday morning:— We congratulate the electors of Bendigfe upon the result of the proceedings yesterday. Notwithstanding the most strenuous exertions on the part of the. supporters of Mr. Jones, who, if energy were the only recommendation deserved to he successful—notwithstanding the shameful blunders in the drawing up of the Electoral Roll, by which so many hundreds of duly qualified persons, chiefly miners, have been disqualified-^—and notwithstanding the imperfect arrangements for receiving the votes —the liberal electors were successful in car rying their candidates by a triumphant ma jority. The extension of representation to the diggers, brief as it is, has not been a sham, for the diggers have returned their men. and we are sure that even the supporters of Mr. Jones cannot be very much chagrined at this result. "VVe were highly gratified with the expre...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

COMMERCIAL JNTEJLMGEtfCB, : - SANDHURST COLD MARKET. ' Advcrti*cr Office, Friday evening. Gold Is still quoted at £3 IBs." ■£'* ' From tho Melbourne papers wo Icnrn that 73,12G ounces of gold liavo been whipped per the SBaliinar.' Tim Jaraes Bainra is laid on for Tuesday, the 21th, and it iscxpected that she will take An nnusually largo amount with her—the speed and tasted good qua lities pf Mfl e^pellpnt clipper giving superior advantages to fcqM •blppors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

Sandhurst Directory. Adelaide observer office.—Gold bought. 140o American house restaurant, George Simpson, proprietor. Dinner on tho tnblo . ot one o'clock. 323jni)31 ■A ROUS ofkick.—Mackay and Co., Tike's Build , J\- inirs, Pull Mall. >T)endtno hotel, Bridge-street. John Ilarnoy, J3 propriator. Commercial AUCTION rooms, Tall Mall. H. marks, AuotioHCPr. riovls Co. M'donald. Lemonade and Soda-wate. * Manufacturer, M rao-street. Late 0, and J. M'Donald. l /"100PI5R & robathan, Military-Tailors, Pall '<U Mall. DccI .US. WALL & JORDAN, Bosquet and Raglan ' Streets, White Hill* Hamlet, 7th White Hill. UNCAN & CO., Saddlers and Harness Makers, pear the Freemason's Hotel Pall Mall. n7 « 4&. W- HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, and ' -IfSt;. General Commission Agent, Pall Mall. HOLLIXGSVVOHTH. I'lumbor, Glazier, and Paper . bani»er, House and Sign Painter, Market-square i MARKS, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, Pall « Mall. nov\5 H & G. ...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. November 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

SANDHURST BTQCR MARKET. November 10. | * %h$M baa been a fair amount of bUBincaa done_durinp the week, irithout aayadrance in prices; An inquiry still exists for Rood light draught horses, which d^oription Ve tliink likely to sustain their prices. - - • ' * Wo have forty head of horses to pffor this day. Thg ,r§|ult of tKe market wt»'will give in bur next'report* ' Light'Spring and Tip Carts arc in demand. Our quotations are as fol!o\y :— ' Common hacks; £12 to £20; good do. and .light ham MS Jjortes, £g£) to £35; good draughthorses, £40 to £60; heavy do., nominal. - I*. MACPHERSOK A CO.;Awtionpera; [Horde Bazaar, Sandhurst/ ' ' November 10. (The election week and approaching taco -meetings havg paused p^ntinued inquiry for light harness horsos and spring carts, Aw, trot otherwise our horse market has remained quiet. . I annex a list of quotations for the tvock:— f Hough hacks, £14 to £^0; good hacks aijtl lij?ht harness horses,'£25 to £35; good draught horses, £30 to £45; superior ...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. November 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855

SANDHURST 1\R0I)UCE MARKI5TS. Xovcmbor 16th. I The cxcitement attendant on our election has caused quite a stagnation in trade, there} being little or no.business doing, every* one bent upon politics rathor than busjqwfl, xmigh to. the benefit of publicans an^prltUera. We con quote no change lq prices, >*lour.—Adelaide, £03 por ton; Chilian,£GQf Oats.—Scotch, lis. to 11a, 6d. per bunhol. Bran.—4s. 3d. per Imshul. 31ice.—Patna, £40 per ton: Java, £04. 8uoah.—Mauritius, dark, £37 per ton; ycllovr, £<(0; Cosripore, * 5jd. j>er,lb. • flinniN'E8.^-ting, 10b. 6d. to lOs. Od.; J-tins, 14b. Bd. CandleS.—Belmnnt, Is. 10(1-per Jb. j . Pickleb.—PintH, 9s. fid. pw dor.en; Quarter, 18b. JJay.—Oaten, £20 per ton. Currants.—1b. Id. por lb. JUtsjnh.—8d. per lb. TftA;—iCongou,'£7'7s. per chost.- . . . . L. MAGP4IEKSON & CO., AnctioneorB, Pall -SMI, Sandhurst,

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