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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 November 1855

FRIDAY, a:lnn NOVEMBEll, ELIGIBLE OPPOBTUMTV FOR ^'VESTMENT, LMACPIIERSON AND CO. will sell by public auc • tion, on Friday, the 0:!ril day of Novembfr ijist., Rt 12 o'clock noon, at their fcSule liooms, i'nll Mcll, Sandhurst, Ail that plot of ground situate in High-street, in tUo township of Sandhurst, being piut of allotment. 11 of section !) B of the said township, and contuiniiiga frontage to High street aforesaid of HH feet. The above being offered for sale by order of the nmrt gagee of the property, will be disposed of without reserve to the highest bidder. Further particulars respecting the same may bo ob tained at the office of Messrs. Cutten and Millett, Soli citors, Sandhurst, 383tuthnor23 LAND. LAND. LAND. LMACPHERSON and CO. have for sale, by pri « vnte contract, An allotment of land, having a frontage'to Bull street of 165 feet, and A frontage to Hargreavcs street of 3C feet, being a corner allotment, and suitable to any per son requiring a business site. 483decl LAND. ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOUROES. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1855. AMALGAMATED GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 November 1855

THE BEKDISO ADVERTISER* i'H()c:iti:ssioN, ouH ituniTa, and ouii ukboujioks. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 11355. AMALGAMATED GOLD. The engrossing political occupations of last week prevented our adverting to ttyc subject of this article, which has for .some timo back been one of the principal topics of discussion i^mongat the Quartz Miners and Crushers, and wag brought more immediately under our notice by the letters of. Mr, Tcngberg and Mr. Ivelly—tho former a practical miner of great experience, the latter a joint proprietor in our of our largest quartz crush ing establishments. Mr.,Tcngberg commented wtth propriety- and acutoncss on the great inconvcnienco and insecu rity caused to the miner by the refusal of the *• banks to purcha e amalgamat-d gold unless assayed in Melbourne,'* and very naturally de manded to know wliat assurance of fair dealing the minor could have -while his gold was pas sing, as it neces&ary should, " through a number of hands, cach wholly irresponsible to...

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MYERS FLAT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 November 1855

MYi! IIS 1'L.AT KACK S..' - These r.ices commenced yesterday. The. weather whs most propitious, though in" tlie middle ,of, tlio day the sun v/nn extremely warm, find tile roads to tho course were very dusty. The comae is laid'otiton what is culled Half-Mile 1'laiu, in the centre of which there .is u clump of trec3, which afforded ft shady retreat to several plensure seeking parties. The course is'one milo mid ti half iu circmnfercnce, which is clear of any trees. There were nearly 5000 persons present, among whom wr.s a large nnmbar of elegantly dressed ladies. Tho sports went o'f extremely well,' without any accident to inar the days-pleasure, • • "!,: 1 Wednesday, November ,21st. First Hack. Diggers' Purse of 50 sov., a sweepstakes '<pf-8 -row [ each added; the second horse to save his stake.— | One mile and a half. • r 3. Mr Dmves' Biingumliee, 0 jtb, lost IOlbV bine | 2. Mr Steven's G»U! finder, black and red 11. Mr Boyle's Ballaurut, 2 yrs, featherireigt,; pk arid b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 November 1855

* StAtnboul in thu Turkish corruption of Constantinople, which is built at tho head of the Sea of Marmora, on tho Euro pean continent. t Those who hare resMeUinthounlquo city of Constantinople will never forcct the Tolee of tho winds bringing from the bnlco nieff of tho miuurots tho solemn calls of Cfttfiluczzhn to .Jloalcin prayer. ; T}ie jEolian harp. WANTKD to sell.—Two shares in the Independent Steum Quartz Crushing Mills. Funiculars can be obtninod at the works, between Specimen Hill, Eaglehawk, and the head of Pep Leg. lnov27 ANTED immediately, Splitters and Fencers. Apply to King, Power, and Alcock, adjoining the Porcupine Police Station. November 18ih. ' llnov2i WANTED 5000 Shingles. For particulars apply to Suver Brothers, lat White Hill. 2lnov22 WANTKD a situation by a young man as store keeper, or accountant, has no objection to make him self useful. Apply A. I". G., office of this paper. 5nov29 TY7"ANTliD. Mowers, Reapers, and Haymakers. W Apply to J. anil O. Mouat, 'l'a...

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MORE OF JOHN LESLIE FOSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 November 1855

MORE OF JOHN LESLIE FOSTER. 1 Till!' public by this time must be hcwtily sick of Mr. John Leslie Foster, his interminable vindi cations, and his repeatedly-unsuccessful attempts to sneak back into public position and ikvor. Mr. Foster, according to his o'.vn account, has been a very ill-used and much misunderstood in dividual. Ho has been all along, if we are to believe him,' the enlightened legislator, whose pro phetic glanco saw ths shadows which coming events cast bofovo them, and who was doing all in his power: to pave the way for a new and hotter order of things. And the only .reward for all this public virtue and excellence that he-received was his ignominious retirement from office, and the most galling of all to him, abandonment to obscu rity. Ilencc the colonial welkin lia.3 rung with tne piteous outcries of the ex-premier, which have touched the hearts of a few old women, wliilc they have excited general contempt and ridicule. Mr. Foster is the political " Unfortunate man,...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 17th November. Before the Stipendiary Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 November 1855

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. , Siiturcjaj'; 17th November.!' ' Bpforo the Stipendiary Magistrate. Remanded.—Robert Stewart, charged, with ob taining goods under falso'pretences; Wilson Evan?, charged withrape; and Thomas Robinson, charged with 'being a convict illegally at large. Monday, November 10. Before the Stipendiary Magistrate. - < Drunk jynp Disorderly.—Daniel .Merringtori was fined 5s. ; ' Illegal P.ossession of a JIprse,—Francesco' Stcpliano.wai charged with this offence by Johann B. Sanibuceti. It appeared that the plaintiff had lent his horse to the defendant for fourteen days, to be returned at the expiration of that.time. This, however, had. not been- done, tho defendant, it appeared, having lost it. Tho plaintiff valued tho horse at £50, which amount tho Court ordered the defendant, who did not'appear, to pay to tho plaintiff ' ' . REMANDEn.^-McKeiizib'. Finlay,; charged'- with robbery, for three days; Thouias Smith, for threo days. _ ■ J hsciuRtJED.—Richard Di...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 November 1855

SillI'PlxNG IN'f-jBLfjIOKNCK. ' i'OKT OF JlliUJOUiXlC. .AltKJYfcl*. November 17.—Anglus^a,. tihipi iVoui London via Flvmputti, £2ad AugiiHt, with *1 ealnUiJUfd second And thirrl cHuji pu«v Heu^era.—Emitu, tf«hoouor,Vroia tiyduttV, u»iU uU., *U'a two ■ fcouKera.—iltivcury, bri^, from Launcustou, UX\\ itu'tunt, with uue . \ cablu Kor«<jt Mjiuruit. tddp, fi'uui HULh July} with liJ cablfi .und live sleurojjo luisacu^ers.—i)ubdjis.s, i<eljoonef7fl'<v>MliunU,eiton','lOtb Instant.—Sebliio, schooner, from ' £ewca*tle/KS.\y,—Kutribvur, huboouer, froiu llobitrl Town.— Ohumpiou, from IVrtUiul,? Port ,1'uUyj aud Wunmiubool, . lUth iUi{U4»AvUU-lri cubiu unci, Uvyiity-tlirco cabin juvsaeJiycry. November 10.—H.M.S. l>'<mtoiu», from >; uniUe,—Marion, b.s.s. Intra- Kin^s Stato/Amty*iuUi bliip, from Calcutta, l>lJi Sopt., with tlm>o cwblJi paWeri£orb.^l^Ubhn'dor, HiiiJibnrg blilp, from Sjuiyi-au^iBco, -ith Sept., \vI;U four cabin —Queuu/is.S....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 November 1855

rpHE BEN DIttO ADVERTISER, the first | L newspaper 011 tlio Victoria Goldfields, and the best Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, I'bbiiIsiied EViin\ Tuesday, Thursday and Satuiiday Moaniko, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the township of the district of Bendigo, tlio Metropolitan Cxoldlield of Australia. The Bekdiqo Advkrtiser 1ms the -most extensive rirculatiou of any provincial paper in the colony. The importanoe of tliis journal as an advertising medium must ^ lio at onee perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is & not only the capital of one of the Lamest Goldfiei.ds, but ia the mart of the extensive Pastoral District comprising the valleys of the'LoDDON and Campasi'Ik, and'the wide and fertile plains extending to the Murray. The political principles of this journal are liberal—such ns are almost universally recognised as in accordance with the development of a young and vigorous colonv into a noble and world-renowned nation. Tho local interests of Bendig...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. Argus Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 November 1855

MELB0U11XE COMMEHCIAL'KEWS. ' ,| Argus OiKcw, Jluurtoy Erenin#. | Tho price of goldlMR opcuod for the wevk at a dcclino of Cil. j>er outictt. tbo prlca givou by the brokers being £3 I-ia. yd.' .Thuro liuvo,becu fo\r UniiifUctioiiB tO'duv, • . - 'ihob&uka have unlay placed the rate of exchanges on Kpg« 3and at pur. .t •• '•< Kutiitm havo boan mado at the Custom-houBe to-day for 6,018' ounces of gold, ltU#G ounces of vrhloli have been «bipp#d by tho Jamot* Baiiics, for .Liverpool, and SjW2 ounces by tho Telegmpb, for Sydney, . ■ •. .> . - 'J'be Vorcct Monarch*, from Glasgow, brings a general cargo, uail 5,173 bugu of oatn. Tho Itujah f;I Sarawak, from Bristol, brings ;i,CM Hacks of oatB, and 1,020 bags of koH. And tho Atholl, from, the Mauritius, lm* on bourd 000 ion* of BUgar. • •

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Ad[?]rtiser Office, Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 November 1855

PQAl.MKKCIAL I^ifiLWG ENOB. bA'SlillUiwi'" ciouu MAUKE1'. AdwrtUtr Office, WedhcHday ovcntng. Gold quoted at £3 ISu. It mriy bo percoivea that in cause* qut'uce of the reduction lu the rato of Kich&iigo to par Gold haa XnJleu iii Melbourne Od. per ouuue.., It has uot effected thiu mar* Xet its yet, but h leducUuu of tid. per ounco ou the present quota* liou may be looked for. XW the escort \vhich*started to town yesterday 10,230 ounces of 'guld'wcro consigned, of which otiiicea were' Lroai iJcathcvte. Casli consignments amounted to £7,605. \

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ORIGINAL POETRY. LINES [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 November 1855

ORIGINAL POETRY. LINES Occasioned by hearing' a benutifnl youg Indy sing the 130 th andASUrd hymns of Dr. Reid's Hymn Book, in tlie new iron chapeLof the Ilev. Mark Butler, lUi White Hill. ' ' I know not why, bnt when I hoar ' : ~ Tlie beauteous mniden, Lilia, sing, I feel as if my inmost ear , Some hallowed spell were ravishing. Yet I the sweetest sounds have heard That nature knows, or mortal hears, Without so inly,being stirred To fancy tones from other spheros. " 'Tisjust as though my sister's voice, My youngest daughters sweetest tongue, Wefe adding to some music choice ' The thrilling force of heavenly song. I well remember when the wind Came warbling from the minarets . Of Stambonl*, how my excited mind Listened to the melodious frets And chafing of the Marmora's . Deep song, where'er its waves might roll— How exquisite the music was, And how it sank into my soul! • (For solemn Moslem calls to prayerf Shouted from n thousand balconies, Came on the wings of the clear air, And ...

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WHO ARE THE CULPRITS?—LET AN INDEPENDENT PUBLIC BE THE JUDGE. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 November 1855

WHO ARE THE CULPRITS ?— LET AN INDE- PENDENT PUBLIC BE THE JUDGE. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) Sir,— My attention having been called to a statement which is going the round of our political circles, and which is utterly false— as false as those who made it, and grossly unjust to those at whose door it has been laid— I take this opportunity of giving it an unqualified contradiction. The charge made is, that the late political contest was not one purely of politics, but the " riot of a religious faction, and represented by the green ribbon." Now, Sir, allow me to say that religion never once entered into our discussions ; that our committee was composed of various religious creeds ; and that the people who sup- ported us never once asked what religion either we or the two successful candidates belonged to. Secondly, that it was I, and not Mr. Grant as has been alleged, who proposed the adoption of the green ribbon, and simply because one of our committee objected to havi...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE OVENS. (From the Ovens and Murray Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 November 1855

MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE OVENS. (From the Ovens and Murray Advertiser.) There is little of importance to note in'mining' matters, for the election lias proved so all-engross ing, that the diggers appear to have given them selves a holiday. The Woolshed continues to keeji up its character, and one or two of the lately abandoned claims are now being worked with suc cess. Somebody or other has been doing well, if the escort returns can be regarded as a criterion, for no less than 11,185 ounces went down on Wed nesday. Of this amount, 970 ounces were brought from "the Buckland, and a further quantity of 125 ounces camc from the Buckland to Beecliworth. It would appear, therefore, that the Buckland is going ahead, seeing that a population of about 200 have sent down over 1100 ounces for their fort night's work. This averages rather more than 2k ounces per man per week. Beechworth.— The following is the closing state of the poll, by which it will be perceived that out of 1311 electors on ...

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BENDIGO MARKETS. November 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 November 1855

HENDJGO MARKETS. Kovembftr23.- | There is very little change in prices einee onr last. Oar market is overstockedwith potatoes.. The following ore tiie quotation for (be pftst -week» fLOUK.—Adelaide, £63 per tbn; Chilian, £60. Oath.—Scotch, Us. per bushel. 1Ira.sc.--48.6d. to 4s. Od. per bushel. Maize,—Lis. per bushol Votatoes.—3d. per lb. Omonii.—Is. 10a. per lb. V;.cxt>.8.—P<ntfi, 10s. per doxen; <norts, 16*. Hardines.—J«tins 12s. to Ms. per doieu; CitEKSB.—EngllBh, 2«. p»-r lb. Jams.—EiurUah, 18s. per donso. ' NVGar.—Light, £>10 per tou. Ktce.—Prima, £4Z> per ton. OupROOTy.—Manila, £4 10s. to £5 per 1000. GUii>l.E8.—Sperm, 1h. 104. to Sis. per lb. Soap.—Yellow, 5d. per lb. 8. JOKES, . Auctioneer. Auction Mart, Poll Mall,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 November 1855

WANTED to sell,—Two shores in the Independent Steam Quartz Crushing Mills. Particulars can be obtained at the works, between Specimen Hill, E.inlehawk, nnd the head of Peg Leg. lnov'27 ANTED immediately, Splitters and Fencers. Apply to King, Power, and Alcock, adjoining the Porcupine Police Station. November 18th. llnov2l WANTED a situation by a young man as store keeper, or accountant,' has no objection to make himself useful. Apply A. V. office of this paper. 5nov29 WANTED Mowers, Respera, nnd Hnymukers. Apply to J. a. lid G. Moimt, Tamriierl), or to Buyd and Harris, Viewpoint comer. i94nov'24 WANTED to Sell a portable For<;a Anvil and Vice. Apply at the Bendigo Quartz Stamping Hill, New CIiiiiii Gully. 4900 WANTKD a rcwectablc Youog Woman to make herself generally useful. Apply at Mr. Child's Store, Sydney Flat. 6nov27 WANTED a Mate to join the advertiser in a blacksmith's business. Apply to William Tampion, at the Ship Inn, Back Creek. No capital required. 5dec4 WANTE...

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ORIGINAL CORRES[?] To the Editor of the Ben[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 November 1855

ORIGINAL CORKEsf To the Editor of the Ben i " -j. {-L-* Sir,—Members of Legislative / <. ^ impulsively to rosh into print co\ , ' '■>- ' ' or to criticise criticisms on their acl ■■ ~ Q i tliey, knowing and feeling the oneit 1 *5 , ungenerously to nbuse other perl ' to themselves. Assuming tliih, I f , than in anger" ot tlie very flimsy I , » tuperation which graced your culuj r 5 v perpetrated by a meraber-of the Lai ' ,* ' doubt, will some day show ns all f 1 , ' ■ manliness and independence. t , Our Heatlicoie friend, swelled otl > 'J ' > greatness of his position, astonish! ordinary men by the stricture* he it ,, of a court, such as that of Sandhur'l ^ ner in which he insinuates that he \ ' and rights to give full play to his/ - ' ability. Here is the difference of c\ g the Denovan kidney," from expenenet^s, 1 ■ are restricted in power and cramped in thti>-s. make good regulations for their fellows, imaj!J>'ww more power should be extended to them. On t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 November 1855

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS, * Pwlty" i» informed thut thero are two Admiral® of the namo of find tho Admiral Dundas at present commftndiiiy in the Ualtic.ls not the Himo who commanded in tha iil&ct Sta previous to Admirtd Lyons. MS. II. T. .TA.MKS, Higli-strei-t, lloatlicore, is ap pointed our agent far the M'lvor, Goulbiirn nnd Jlurrny distrietu, !>v whom t>uuxuription^ and udvertise nitinU will bo received.

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1855. THE BENSON FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 November 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, VROORK88ION, OUR BIGHTS, AND OCU RESOUBCKS. , SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1855. THE BENSON FUND. The public are aware that active steps are being taken to form what is called a Beuson Fund, for the purpose of assisting one of our representatives in meeting the heavy expenses of the ejection and of the sojourn in Melbourne during the brief ex istence of tlio present Council. Considerable dif ference of opinion kjiiI some misunderstanding seem to exist respecting this fund, and wo, there fore, take this opportunity of saying a lew word* respecting it. Ever since Mr. Benson wan named as a candi date for the representation of Bendigo, it was dis tinctly, stated that, il' lie were elected, it would be necessary to raise a fund for contributing to his support in a manner becoming the representative t>t jhe district, Mr, Beason, it is stated, has the required propc-uy qualification, but it is very fairly urged that, us his legislative duties will interfere with his or...

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ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 November 1855

ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIAN. When tlio sun is disappearing, And the moon is on the w'ono, From the Wannon up jumps Wearing, With liia mournful train ; For he cannot brook the sight Of the sun, and chooses night To pursue his endless flight. 8till solituda wonld ho his choice, He fain would live alouo ; And when he deigns to speak, his voice Is like a dead man s moan. Ilis heart is full of guile, And like his withering smite ■ Is the death snake in its coil. The lubras kneel before Iiim, In sad and doleful plight; And one and all implore liira To grant n brief reapito. Oh atony-hearted Weeriug ' Betox your cruel hearing, And graut poor gins* a hearing.' Come, let ue kindig up our fire, And all corobra here ! The maids will skip to Bocboo's-f lyro. And claim a truce with. fear: ■While our young men arc spearing Tiittlo birds for W'eering ■ Jn'Dimbuck'st light ao cheering. ITou mutt not kinille np yonr firo, VNor nil oorobrn here ; The tribes would pea tbe lnrid pyro, . And reociie you by sp...

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POLITICS FROM THE PULPIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 November 1855

POLITICS FROM THE PULPIT. We trust that this community will utterly dis countenance tlic dangerous doctrine which we have with astonishment recently heard promulgated, that ministers of religion have a right to interfere in political matters. There are many questions in the moral world which have been settled by i common conscnt among the intelligent men of all ages, and have become axioms which none but the ignorant or the crotchetty ever think of calling into question. Among these is the' generally re ceived principle that religious preachers should not dabble in politics, and especially slionld not j ex cathcdru identify themselves with political parties. No doubt if we choose to take the trouble to go over oft-trodden ground, we could satisfac torily demonstrate the truth of thin, as has been done hundreds of times. But who would take the trouble to convince a man that tho whole was j greater than its part. Any one of our readers would, we doubt not, be able to prove that the ea...

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