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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Friday, 16th November. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before the Stipendiary -Magistrate.) ' Friday, 10th November. DnusK axd Diboiuieelv.—George Ross, alias. and Alexander Bowman,, were cacli lined ,4Qa.j orihroa days' imprisonment. Usino Obscene Language.—George Ross, aliat Kelly, who had boon previonslv lined for drunkenness, was lined £f>, or ten days' imprisonment, for,this offence. Assaulting the Poi.ice.—Joseph Price was fined 44® or one month's imprisonment. The charge upon'whia^.-, lie had been arrested, and which had been the c(iubo f the commission of the offence, .had failed. REMANDED -Thomas Robinson, to Melbourne, charged with being a prisoner of the Crown illegally at &nbsp; large. Discharged.—Win. Daly, JohnBarnett, and Jeremiah Dwver, charged with assaulting two Chinamen, A-Hing and A-Ching. A great deal of time was occupied in the investigation of this case, and ultimately it was disco vered that the defendants had been arrested wrongly, tho real offenders being at large. In th...
TO THE ELECTORS OF BENDIGO. Per favor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 November 1855
TO THE ELECTORS OF BENDIGO. Per favor of the Jtendiqo Advertiser. ! Gentlemen,—To-day you will be culled on to elect & - member:for tho-Local Comt. Guided partly by tho advice of personal friends among you, and partly by a desire to retire from the public position I have for some time occupied, it is not my intention to offer myself as a cundidute for your 'suffrages. It is, I confess, with a feeling of regret tlmt I'take this step, more particularly when I call to mind the many marks of your approbation • I lmve received regarding my views on the lease question.. The consummation of thoso views is oidy a mera ' matter of time. The film which at present rests over tho eyes of many of you in regard to tlmt question, ami ' which is. sought to be kept there by placing the masses antagonistically lo capitul will, ere long, be removed. 1 It is monopoly and not capital that is injurious to your cause,'and monopoly I will ever oppose, wliitber I meet it in the ranks of Capital of a...
FAILURE OF THE EXPEDITION TO KAMSCHATKA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
AILU11E OF-THIS EXPEDITION TO KAMSCHATKA. Prom tho 'Overland. China Mail' of tlie 10th of August we copy the following most impor tant intelligence regarding the Russians and Admiral Stirling. The failure of this expedi tion is attributed, apparantly with too -much reason, to the anility and totnl want of energy of its commander. Tho ' Mail' says, our ad vices tell us that Commodore Elliott in the Sybille, with the Hornet and the Bittern, on tho 20th May, discovering a^ Russian fleet of seven sail, namely, a fifty gun ship, three cor vettos, a small steamer, a store ship, and a j schooner, at anchor in De Castro's Bay, at the northern extremity of tho Gulf of Tartary, i but in such a position that it was impossible to attack them. Tho Commodore tried in vain to coax thom out, and even sent in the Hornet so closo as to fire some shell at them, which thoy returned. The Sybille's crow were wild with excitement, and wont aft to beg the Commodore to let thom go in tho Hornet, but that of...
THE PLAGUE OF FLIES. (To the Editor of the ' Times.') [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
THE PLAGUE OF FLIES. (To the Editor of tho ' Times.''), Sir,—I observed in yoiw paper of to:dny that your " Special Correspondent" before Se bastopol mentionsmnsl. graphically the torments which he and our brave troops are suffering from the, swarms of fiies generated at this sea son. May I, therefore, beg of you to give pub licity to a mode of abatement which I have found'most successful during a residence of some years in South Australia, where the nuisance is quite similar to the description given by your able correspondent. Tee'flies abound in thousands, but, hopeless as'ifc "may seem to kill tbem, yet if you can kill them by wholesale, or rather (which saves trouble) induce them to kill themselves, you certainly abate—I may say get rid of—that nuisance. The plan which I adopted was very simple, merely this:—Take a number of vessels, as jars, mugs, or tumblers, fill them half full with soapy water ; cover them as jam pots are co vered, with a piece of paper either tied down or t...
UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
UNITED STATES. 'New York journals to tlie 8th August , have reached us. The New York ' Herald' of that date gives the following ■ as the news:—The election in Louisville, Kentucky, yesterday, "was signalised by a sanguinary battle between the Know-Nothings and Irish, a brief and ne cessarily imperfect account of which is given under the telegraphic head. Three Americans are known to have been killed, and, as their opponents fired upon them from the windows and tops of houses, a large number are sup posed to have been wounded. Of the Irish several were killed and many wounded, and it is reported that one ot them was huug by tho mob. The city was set on fire in three dif ferent places, and, at last accounts, the rioters, armed with cannon, were in motion, intending to assault the office of the ' Times' and ' Cou rier.' Our latest intelligence is dated at nine o'clock at night, at which time the mob wero in full career in the work of death and de struction. Eleotions were hold yesterda...
THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1855. AUTO-DA-FE OF THE ADVERTISER, [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. rEOORESBION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OTJH RESOURCES* TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1855. ~~ AUTO-DA-FE OF THE ADVERTISER, It is one of the misfortunes of small communities that upon all public questions in reference to which there is any difference of public opinion, a con siderable amount of personal animosity and party .dissensions is caused. Of course this district could scarcely hope to escape from the failings of our common humanity, and the result is that the elec tion just passed over has left behind it traces of the interest and the excitement it caused, in an exacerbation of feeling on the part of thoso whose lot it was to boon the vanquished side, very much to be deplored. This is not as it should be. Op posing parties having fairly measured their strength and exhausted all their resources, should be satis fied with the result, and unite in one common desire to make the best of it. The expressed opinion of the majority should be accepted as that of the community: p...
GOLD MAGNET. (Paris Correspondent of the Atlas.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
GOLD MAGNET. (Paris Correspondent of the Allot.) The scicntific world ha3 been kept in a state of agitation of the most interesting nature dnring some time past by the discovery which has been made by a man'of scicntific experience and power. Electricity, it seems, has aided the discovery, although by what means the end is attained yet remains a mystery. The savant professes to havo at length reached the goal for which every savant has been striving ever since the world began. He has discovered the magnet, \yhich betrays the presence of gold in a far greater degree than the loadstone is attracted by the approach of iron ! No trea sure is henceforth to be hidden from our savant, who, by means of a machine drawing near the place where it is concealed, can at once point out tho exaot spot without deviating a hair's breadth, where the search is to be made. The secret seems to consist in the matter'of which the maohine is constructed— not in any mechanism peculiar to tho machine itself. ...
M'lVOR DIGGINGS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Saturday, 17th November. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
M'lVOll DIGGINGS. (FROM OUH OWN COKUKSPONDEXT.l I Saturday. 17th November. I The great subject of interest during the past week has, of course, been the election. On Monday we were honored by a visit from Mr. S. Jones, who addressed the electors of Heathcote at a public meeting convened for that purpose, at the Ileatheotc Hotel, lie was well received, and at the conclusion of his speech a committee was formed to forward his interests. On Wednesday afternoon Mr. Grant arrived, and although hut a few hours' notice was given, a considerable number of persons assembled at the Ileathcote at eight p.m. to hear his exposition of his political sentiments. As, however, his address was in substance the same as that already publish ed in the public journals, I need not here enlarge upon it. Although loudly applauded in several instances, the general feeling appeared to be in favor of the local men, as the result of next day's poll sufficiently testified. On Thursday, the rival colors were disp...
CASTEMAINE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
CASTEMAINE ELECTION. Tlio following is the statement of the poll at Castlemaine. It will be observed that the totals in the general poll differ slightly from those in the analysis. The first are as returned from the various districts; but tho latter may be taken as correct. GENERAL POLL. . Pyke. Palmer. Wheeler. Cftstlcmaine ... Fryer's Greek... Maldon Hepburn ANALYSIS OF THE POLL. Pyke, plumpers..... . .73 .Palmer, plumpers 265 Pyk.e and Wheeler 257 , Palmer & Wheeler -6 Pyke and Palmer' 47 Palmer arid tyke 47 .377 318 Wheeler,.plumpers 67 Wheeler and Pyke 257 Wheeler afid Palmer ... 6 330 Majority for Pyke Majority for WheelerT12 The official declaration will be made this morn ing at 10 o'clock. 288 262 267 74 ' 16 46 16 9 If 1 33 ■ o'. 379 320 324
MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,) 16th November, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
MELBOURNE. (prom our own correspondent,) 16th November, 1855. I The Star of the East, which arrived yesterday from Liverpool, brings intelligence from the seat of war seven days later than previous dates. Svea borg lias been attacked by the allied forces, and completely destroyed. An attack made by General Liprandi, in great force, upon Tcherwvya has also been most gallantly repulsed by the French and Sardinians, with great loss to the enemy. The loss of the Allies in these encounters was but in considerable. It is supposed that an attack upon Helsingfors will immediately follow this success. It is believed to be assailable by gun-boats. It appears that Generals Simpson and Pelissier had determined to open fire on the batteries of Sebas-. topol on the 17th August, which was to be con tinued for six days, and after this prolonged bom bardment the place was to be stormed. This is going to work in good earnest, and, if properly conducted, ought to be successful. The intercliange of cou...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. (From the 'Mail.') [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
. MINING INTELLIGENCE. j (From the''Mail.') $ j C.asixemaine.—Several more quartz reefs have' been Bti'iick, and machinery is much wanted. During the week three sites have been granted for steam engines, and every en couragement will be given.to tlio introduction sf machinery, which is absolutely necessary for the proper opening of our. quartz resources. Specimens of copper ore have been found in large quantities, in a hill about three-quarters of a mile south of the Camp. Population es timated at 10,150, exclusive of Chinese, who are reported as G,507, thus distributed : 2,007 Forest Creek, Golden.Point, and Castlemaine ; 50 Barker's Creek, 1750 Campbell's Creek, 1,000 Tarrangower, 1,700 Fryer's Town. Two females and live children are iu.cluded in the above estimate. FbYKR's CltEEK AMD LODDON JUNCTION.— The population here is roughly estimated at 6,000 Europeans and 1,000 Chinese. . Ihe diggers at Kangaroo do not appear to have been doing so well as heretofore during the past week ...
LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. BY EXPRESS to the ADVERTISER OFFICE. THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO FRANCE. BATTLE OF THE TCHERNAYA. BOMBARDMENT OF SVEABORG. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. BY EXPRESS to the ADVERTISER OFFICE. THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO FIUXCE. BATTLE OF THE TCHERNAYA. BOMBARDMENT OF SVKABOIiG. ' Tlio Emma, with English papers to the 2Jst August, anchored in the Buy on Saturday, about noon, with three days' later intelligence, - Nothing new of importance had occurred in the Crimea or iuthe Baltic subsequent to the date of intelli gence previously received. The Russian nttack on the lines of the Allies on the Xchernaya and the destruction of Sveaborg by the allied fleets are events so important, however, that we give the full details of these allium. LATEST TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. (From the Papers of the 21st.) RUMORED BOMBARDMENT OF RIGA. The Paris Palrie of Suuday has the following tele graphic despatch, dated Hamburg, Sunday evening:— The English steamers, on the 10th instant, have bom barded for five hours the batteries of Riga, which in con sequence suffered n good deal. The Globe of last night does not place credit in this report. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
TUESDAY, 20th XOVEMBHH!.' To Store!; cer?, Dealers nml others, For positive sale without the slightest reserrp. HMAEKS has received instructions to- sell T>v a public nuotion on Tuesday next, the 20th No vember, nt' the Bt-nro of Messrs. Head anil Merry, op posite Mm First White Hill, The whole of their extensive stool; consisting of r- -Bottled fruits, pioKles, English cheese. Scotch oatmeal, 5 tons Chillian flonr, 1 ton potatoes, 2 revolvers, 1 cut gunpowder, American . picks, salad oil, preserved lobster, in lib and 21b tins, doublo roso Cork butter, currants, 1 ton Patna rice, 23 boxes Belmont candles, . ' 1 riflo bvHollia nnd Sheath, powder flask, &lt;£c., 00,000 drilled eyed needles No.?. 5, 0 nnd 7, Liverpool soup, iron buckets, horau shoo iron, and a choice assortment of ironmongery, Home very Eiipeiior watertight, Bluchers, American and other boots, coats, vests, trousers, wrapping paper, paper bags, as sorted size*, and ground ginger. Also, n very superior horse...
THE QUEEN'S RECEPTION. (From the Mouiteur of August 18.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
THE QUEEN'S RECEPTION. (From the Slfoiii/eur of Auqust 18.) At twenty minutes past seven twenty-one cannon shots saluted the arrival of the royal train. An immense lmrrnli, uttered by the crowd, replied to the roar of tha artillery. Her Majesty the Queen Victoria was (greeted with the loudest and warmest acclamations. General La Wain tine, in the name of the flth Battalion of the National Guark, (loing duty at the terminus, offered her a magnifi cent bouquet, which licr Majesty greeionsly acceptpij. The procession then commenced amid the cries, a thousand times repoatad. of Vive la Reine d'Angleterre I Vive l'Einperettr! Vive le Prince Albert! The bands of the regiments played during the passage of their Ma jesties, God save the ' Queen.' The Queen took her seat in a caleche a la Daumont, drawn by four horses ; she had 011 her left the Princess Royal; in front sat the Emperor, in the uniform of a Lieutenant-General, and his Royal Highness the Prince Albert, in the uniform of a Field...
PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
POUT OK M I'.I.IIUUUNI'.. November 25.—Storm Bird, s.s.s., from Port Albert; City of Sydnoy, A. S. N. Co.'a a.H.s. trom Sydney, luth iuatant, "with suvtu Uvu cabin autl forty-nino steerage passengers. November 10.—Maid of Yurra, 3,3.a., from Lanncoston, lfllh Suitost; Telegraph, steamer, from Sydney, lith instant, vritU twcnty-wveu cabiu and ci^hty-ono stecruijo passenger*; Grey Kenther, American ship, from New Yovk, Btu August, with throo cablu passengers; tfavlluh, b.8.8., from. Adolaide, lUth inethut, with twelve cabin und lifcy qte«rago ptwueuttorH. Novomber 17.—Kmma, kTaI, ship, from i.iv«xpool,'3lBt August, vrtth seven cabUi aud niuety-tlireo intermediate and btceruge pas senger?, AT TJ1E UUATIS. "November 10.—Forest Monarch, uhlp from Glasgow, v>lth tbirty-thrrc passengers. pnojKCTKD DKr^nTunca. ■ For LrvERPoor-—Jfimca lJaine*, 2&th Novembor. Foil London.—Admiral, 1st December; Stutesmnn, 8th De •ttabor; Bliwkwil), tfuth December; Sussex, hi January. J For New Calk...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
THE. BENDIGO ADVERTISER, the first newspaper on tho Victoria Goidfields, and tho beat Inland Advertising Medinm in tho colony, 1'UDLIBtIED EVER! TUESDAY, TlIUUSDAY AND SATURDAY JIoRNING, Is printed and published tit Sandhurst, tlio township of 'tho 'district ot Bendigo, tho Metropolitan Goldtield ■of Australia. The Bendigo Advertiser has tho most extensive •circulation of any provincial paper in tho colony. Tho importance of this journal as an advertising medium must 'bo at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only tho capital of one of tho Largest Goldfields, lot is. the mart of tho extensive Pastoral District ■comprising tho valleys of the Loddon and CAMPAsptK, ■and the wido and fertile plains extending to the Murray. 'Tie political principles of >th'n journal nro liberal—such &lt;13' are almost universally recognised as in accordance with tho development of a young and vigorous colony into a. noble and -world-renowned nation. Tho local interests of Ben...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
NOTICE.—Mr. F. R. .T.Dixon has been appointed Mining Reporter for this Journal, and ia authorised to recoive Advertisements in the outlying gullies. MR. ROBERT BINKS i» requested to communicate immediately with Mr. Henderson, office of this paper. MR. H. T. JAM liS, High-street, Hcathcote, is ap pointed our ugent for the SI'Ivor, Gmilburn and Morrsy districts hv whom subscriptions and advertise mentii will be received.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED AT PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 November 1855
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED AT PORT PHILLIP HEADS. . November 15.—Star of the East, ship, 1219 tons, from Liverpool 18tli August, with seven cabin and ninety-one intermediate and steerage passengers. By the arrival of the Star of the East we'are placed in possession of complete files since the ar rival of the Queen of the East. Nothing remark able had occurred during her run till the 9th inst., when she experienced a rotatory storm, commenc ing in a fearful gust from the north. It carricd away the aiain-yard, and split or blew away the whole op the sail that was set. The vessel appears to have heen driven past this port, up the Straits, to Curtis Isle, and she lias been since the 12th inst. making the Heads.