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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. CHEAP TRAVELLING. — MESSRS. COBB AND FOSTER. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 November 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. CHEAP TRAVELLING. — MESSRS. COBB AND FOSTER. '• To the Editor of Ihe Bcndiqo Advertiser. Sir,—Clienp travelling, like everything else cheap— provided it is good, riot nasty—should be considered in the .light of a' boon from the party supplying to the party consuming; but I very much question 'whether the J3endigo public will be disposed to accept as a boon from the hands of Mr. Cobb aud Mr. Foster their late reduction in the Melbourne fares which they, so very ostentatiously advertise,' because it'evidently smacks more of necessity tlmii grace, looking as if it was excited by the cheap and admirable establishment of tlio Howard coaches from Castleinaine, which "at one fell swoop" brought down the fares froni £5 to £2 10s. No person ever heard of any contemplated diminution of the Cobb and l'ostor tariff until their rival." took up the running,•' nor is there any reason for supposing that we should have been exempted from, such an uuoonscionable mulct as 100'...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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OPENING OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From Saturday's Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 November 1855

OPENING OF THE LEGISLATIVE " COUNCIL. ' ' ; (From Saturday's Argils.) Yesterday being the day to .which the Legisla tive Council stood prorogued, the. session was for mally' opened by his ^Excellency the Governor, who in liis opening address announced the proclu inatiop pf the Ifew Constitution.' Tlie general holiday'which was observed in celebration of the latter event caused the crowd around the doors of St. Patrick's Hall to be much greater than is usual 011 such occasions, there be ing, at a very moderate confutation,' nearly two thousand persons assembled* The interior of the hall was filled with ladies, anxious to witness tlie ceremony'.' Lady Ilotham was present, and sat on the right of the Speaker's Chair.' Amongst the ladies in the body of the house, we observed Mrs. Cliisholm and Miss Catherine Hayes. .The at tendance of members was very full, aud many gentlemen—government officials and officers in the Volunteer Artillery Corps—were in uniform, giv ing to the assemblage a ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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CASTLEMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 November 1855

CASTLEMAJNE. On Tuesday evening last, a complimentary dinner was given to A. S. Palmer, Esq., the defeated candidate, at the Albert Hotel. About 100 gentlemen siit down, and the usual round of toasts was-given, and the utmost enthusiasm was manifested. The following protest was handed to the returning officer hy Mr. Palmer, at the declaration of tlie Poll. " Electoral District of Castlemaine.—To W. 1'. Prcsliaw, Esq., J. P., returning officer.—I, Alexander Stenson Palmer, 011a of the candidates, and an clegtor of .Hid for the Electoral District of Castloniaine,'hereby protest agasnst the nomination of James Atkin Wheeler, on the 10th day of November iustaut, on tlie ground that lie was proposed by a party who is not an elector of, and who is not on the electoral roll for, this district." . " I, Alexander Stonson Palmer, au elector of, and candidate for tlie representioii of the Electoral District of Castlemaine, hereby require that the state of the poll at tlie close thereof he decl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 November 1855

Bankrnpt Estate. By Order of Henry Steel Shavr, Esq., Official Assignee ■la, the- Estate of Charles Middleton Davis and • r Edward Darin. 1 L MACPHERSON & CO., have received instruc * tions from H. S. Shuiv, Esq, OiHcial Assignee, ..toudispose of, .hyi public 'auction, on the premises, Williamson-street, on Taesday-new-, 27th instant, at 12 o'clock; "• r : Y.° " ,,/I'ho Stock-in-Trade, consisting of-^. - L.A choice selection of Duoki) Stationary Fixtures Furniture, &c, \ Without reserve. 50iaor21 • - , V ' PRELIMINARY 'NOTICE. Groat and Positive Sale. COLONIAL. GOLD COMPANY'S WORKS, • ;"7th White Hill, Sandhurst, :T MACPHERSON and CO. have been honored JLii' with instructions from Thomas Comer, Esq., "manager CoIonial'Gbld Company, to dispose of, without reserve,1 at an early date, due notice of which will be given, • ■ The whole of their machinery, ironmongery, " Bteel miners'tools, &c. ' Also, 40 horse-power steam engine,' in perfect order, . and ready -Tor...

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LICENSING BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 November 1855

LICENSING BENCH. Oil Saturday Inst, a special Bench of Magistrates, consisting - of the Stipendiary Magistrate, Messrs. l'unton, Wilkinson, Stumlisli, Williemante and Dr. ltoohe, assembled for the purpose of hearing applications for publican's licenses. Wood's application for a license for a house in Iligh strcet, Sandhurst, was withdrawn. Jo9i:rn IIenky Aijhott.—Australian Hotel, Commis sioners Flat. Inspector Kirk reported favourably of this house on the whole, stating that tlia bar antl parlour were small and low, and that the out-buildings were not quite finished.—Mr. Alfred -England, with permission, would respectfully draw the attention of 'hi: 13cnch tn the opinion expressed about twelve months si net,-, when the View Point Hotel and the Victoria were applied for, and the former licensed; tliut no house would in future be licensed in the township, unless of superior construc tion and all'ording superior accommodation, which en tailed further expenditure, and it was supposed t...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, November 24, 1855. Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Williemanet. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 November 1855

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, November 2-t, 1855. Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Williemanet. Thompson v. IIowaiid.—This was a suit for£5 Is. 8(1., balance of wages claimed by complainant of Mr. Evelyn f-Iolrard, for work done at defendant's quartz claiin, Iron Bark Gnlly. After a lengthy examination and cross examination, it appeared tliat the original agreement had been for 15s. per day, but Thompson had subsequently put in a written claim at the rate of 00a. per week, rs he had to wait for his money, and was afraid he should not wt it. Mr. Howard admitted the claim, but stated that daring the last week complainant wanted to be paid, for in work had been dons. The bench ruled that Mr. Howard should have brought Thompson up under the .Master and Servants' Act, for wilful neglect of duty, and ordered him to pay complainant the sum of .£2 lis. 8d. Tavloii v. Howard.—This was a precisely similar sase to the last, witli the exception that the amount claimed was for four...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 November 1855

^aaaiMS»SiaaM's»fusfamTvtuxwatxis3a»t3*MitsmaB»^K^^*'u_w IL_Jlri-2 SHIPPING INTELLIGKNCK. 1>0UT OK MK.T.HOUUNK. \ AKlllVKIl. • ■November 2?.—-F.mily Joiin, schooner, from Sydney fUh instant; Vrillhuit, wjhom^r, froin SyJiuiy Jlnl instflUt; u.sj.s., tVum JC:nt{'n island; Minuet, srhonncr, iVom Sydney MUr. ultimo; Uoli niica, fichrw/ter, from 'I'lirco Hut Voiiit Ii>ih ; Mary Tartar, from Tulculuuvua Mlh Autfiu>t; Aloxambr, liri^, iVom "Wellington, N.Z., 2lm ultimo, with tivo i>us*enp'TH; Jolui S.^ou, from New Plymouth, X.tf., Ufoh ultimo;. Klizub^th, sclioo . iw, tirum Sydn«y J5rU instant; >l»iyilo\u*r, schooner, I'rotu Luun« cejiyu lllh inauuiL AT THE November 22.—Willimj lUu-lmmui, bnrque, from Nowcafltlo; ..Amherst, brig, from ui»go; Cuilicrinb llnyea, barque, tYum Val paraiso; Noe, barque, tVom Sydney. November 23.—-ITunmi Mitriit, brig, from Newcastle; City of Sydney, steamer, from Sydney. • BAILED (moil the hbadr;) Kovembor 22.—Victoria Packet, bfirque,"fbrSytf np...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 November 1855

.rrvHE B15N Ditto AOVKiri'ISKJi, tho first JL newspaper on the Victoria Gokifmlds, unci the beat ■ Inland AdvcrtifiiriR Medium in tlio colony, Published eyeri Tuesday, Thursday and Satordat Morning, I« printed and published at Sandhurst, tho township of this district of Bendigo, tho Metropolitan GoldHeld ■«f Australia. Wie Bendigo Advertiser has tho most extensive circulation of any provincial paper in tho colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium must be at once perceived when it. ia known that Sandhurst is not only the capital of ono of the LAroest GoLiirmiDs, lint ia the'mart of the extensive Pastoral District •omprising the valleys of the Lojjdon and Campaspib, and the wide and fertile plains extending to the Murhay. The political principles of this journal are libera!—such as' are almost universally recognised as in accordance with the development of a yonhg and vigorous colony into a noble and world-renowned nation. The local interests of Bendigo will, of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 November 1855

MR. H. T. JAMKS, High-street, Hentlioote, is ap pointed our ayeut for the il'Ivur, Goiilbiiru nnd Jlnrrny district*, l>y whom subscriptions anil advertise ments will be received.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 November 1855

,G0M.\1 E ltdAL IN-jC |SL L l(i ID N 0 K. SAXDUCKSX (GOX*l> MA.UK1ST. "'Advcrtitcr Offlca, Monday evening. Gold to' firm at £3 Us. Cu.

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. FIFTEEN DAYS' LATER INTELLIGENCE. BY EXPRESS to the ADVERTISER OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF THE LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 November 1855

FIFTEEN DAYS' LATER INTELLIGENCE. BY EXPRESS to the ADVERTISER OFFICE, j ARRIVAL OF THE LIGHTNING.   The Lightning, so much looked for, arrived at Hobson's Bay on Sunday, with English news to the 5th September. From the Crimea there is virtually nothing in the shape of news, but wo have, a full account of the battle of the Tehernaya, which, it appears, was a most complete victory, and is likely to' lead to the. speedy fall of Sebastopol. The opinion gnins ground ilmt the resources in Sebns topol are daily diminishing, and that the place must speedily fall. Preparations for tlie boinbnrdment are constantly going 011, and any liour may bring us intelli gence of theilinal assault. At home there is little spoken or thought of. but the prospects of th'e wurj and the cer tainty of.a winter campaign. Both the French and .English Governments seem determined to repair the -.omissions of, the past by abundant preparations for the ensuing winter, and immense reinforcements of men ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 November 1855

WANTED to sell,—Two shares iit the Independent Steam Quartz Crushing Mills! Particulars can be obtained at tho works, between Specimen Hill, Eaglehawk, and the head of Peg Leg. luov27 WANTED a situation by a young man as store keeper, or "accountant, has no objection to make himself useful. Apply A. K G., office of this paper. 5nov29 WANTJSD to Sell a portable Forge Anvil and Vice. Apply at tho Bqndigo Quurtz Stumping Mill, New Chum Gully. 496o WANTED a respectable Young Woman to make herself generally useful. Apply at Mr. Child's Store, Sydney Plat. 6nov27 WANTED a Mate to join tho advertiser in a blacksmith's business. Apply to William Tampion, at the Ship lun, iiack Creek. No capital required. r . ' 5dec4 WANTED a Cook at tho Epsom Restaurant Epsom. 9auv27 WANTED . two steady men to work a puddling machine . Inquire at Mr. Howe's machine, near Gregory's Hotel, Golden gully. Unov27 WANTEDby a married couple, (German), a situa tion either in a respectable public house or in a priva...

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THE BENSON FUND. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

THE BENSON FUND. (To the'Editor of the Bcndigo 'Advertiser.") v •; [ Sir,—Owing to the inclemency of tbo weather on Sa turday last and other causes there were not,so many diggers in town as usual, and therefore Mr. Benson's leading friends were unable to materially advance Lis. suscntation fund, there being only about £11 collected. As his friends are anxious to raise at least £100 among the diggers I beg to announce through your columns that myself and others will again-sit in the open, air on Saturday afternoon to afford every one an opportunity of subscribing to such a worthy object, and I bqpef that the diggers will-heartily respond to the, call made upon them. I propose that every digger who is in favor.of supporting Mr. Benson, now that ho,has been .returned to the Council should subscribe one shilling each so that it may be in the power of all to give something. Those who are able are at liberty to give more.../There are about ,35,000 people , on Uendigo, many of, them wealth...

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JUSTICE v. OFFICIALISM. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

r} (jfsTICE" v.' OFFICI AI.ISMi ' ' To "the Editor of the Dtndiqo Advertiser. ' i - *' j " Sir.—'Throiigh^yqurjwidely "spread eolumns, r would; ^etoWpublid ftttEntion to tho manner in which the officials' on'Uis gold-field are Jit present exercising their" briof 4»ntirorityi" nnd f throw myself on your well known iiu-» paitiality for a fair field, and no favour. _ ! The p'llilic'iire aware, tliiit between tlie'reserves of tho two townships of Sandhurst and the White Hills, a por tion, of "grouud, (about a quarter of a mile,) remains neutral, awl wli|cli/ the GWehinient by proclamation, devoted to tho use of persons taking out business licenses. ^ . ....... , Parties* resident oh the'half-mitn reserves having re lieved ni)tice' to 'remove,' riiatiy'of' them have shifted ' their position , to this neutral" ground,- and after beRin-i ni'rig to erect their stores and buildings, were astonished 'to find a'veto put upon them by oui^Ilcsidftnt Warden,5 rwhoV .in'ft proclamation; declares h...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, November 26, 1855. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Mouday, November 20,1855. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Dhunk AKuUisoiiDEnLY.—Willium Farrier, charged (villi being drunk, was discharged, having- been, in tlie lock-up since Sntii);<|fiy ufteriioon;. You&tan, on a charge of drunkenness, was fined Ss.; Thotuas King, for being j'drank and disorderly at Eagle Hawk,, was fined-10s.; and William Davis, aliat Lanky, for the same offence was fiued 40s., and for lining obscene language was fined .£10. . Vaqhaxt Act.—Robert Stewart, who had before been discharged on a. charge of robbery, was brought up under: the Vagrant Act, anil remanded for three days. James-Morris, Thomas Stevenson, Kobert Williams, and John Rubigan were, oh the instance of. Sergennt Ryall, also, reuiamlcd for three days on the charge of idle anil disorderly., .These men were all apprehended at the Myers Hat Races. , 'A Cohstakt-Offesdeii,—Alexander B. Ross, better known as Lord . Ross, was charged . by Mr. Fill with I ...

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE.. Tiin Russians'have constructed two semicircular lines behind the MrclaUhoiT. New works are constructed by the allies to protect the ^ line of the Tchernnya. • The Russians are actively constructing the bridge Which is to untie the north and south of Sebastopol. All the steamers of the nllies lrnve becu ordered to re turn to Franco for troops. They bring home sick and wounded. Gun-boats of the allies having appeared at the mouth of the Danube, the Russians have forbidden the nagiva tion of that river to neutral vessels. Vienna, Tuesday livening, -ith September.—The fol lowing news has been received here, dated Constantino ple, UOth August:—Mehemct Ali has been appointed G'apiulan I'aslm, in the stend of 11 alii Pasha. Oilier changes are expected. Lord Redclill'e 1ms returned from tlio Crimea. Oilier Pasha leaves on the 1st instant. There is no news of importance'from Anutnlia. The contingent under General Vivian remains for the present at Constantinople. RUSSI...

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MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (From the argus of Tuesday.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

.M2LOOUUNJ5 WHOLESALE MUCKS CURRENT. (From tha Arju.-i.fi/ Tucs ;Thjp reports .011; all 8ido3 of thct.atnlo.of trado continue to-bo favorable,, -Xlm idifinaiid' for the digging.* U very active/and laV-Rtf" qrtantittfu of goods fonvardud': cadage criiUinuei* very iuodorate. Largo quantities,of heavy and bulky.gooda arc forwArdihi to the golitleidvby the return buujeX'drays, and the roads prt-atftu nn m>Uoated nppsuvnueo. . ^ 13readstutV$;—'This market ia still unsettled, but tho tehdohcy'of j)riecs-Ts :doumrard.1 Qats' are 'firVnori'tailfomla^Vbavy rpftlleejl, lis. 6(1. pur IjusIk'J, and urn held for higher prices. Van Die-men's J/md oaU urc pyaree. l'ftui, iimizo, and IuJi.au gram havo been dtfMnedl;j Viettirian new'poUtofcs'arc' sold aV^3 tp £34'per ton. Itlee is steady. *'/ BuIUllti^ Miterinls.—-There ,jr littlo if r.ny improvement. Tim ber is llrni' "with a prospect of an advance., Hard pine flooring ha« bo2u sold at a s»Usiu huprovpnieiii. Lli^iors.—UnuadyThor«j havo boon soy...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

" : MINING INTELLIGENCE. ..{FROM OUK MIX;KG;nEP,ORTEK.); ; j The dry weather of., the , last week or two htiB allowed of mining operations to :be carried on in places „top„wet during.the winter to be, worked. If this weather holds up long we'may expect to see parties of .diggers setting in, along the Bendigo Creek. The slush from the puddling machines is becoming a great nuisance in many localities, from want of attention,to.' carry .it'. >clear oil". The re gulationsibf.tlie liocal, Court on. this subject should be properly carried out by ihe . authorities. It is' a piece^of tomfoolp.ry-fpr men, to spend valuable time in'framihg .Regulations which are allowed to ; become a deiid'letter by the indill'erence or liegject j of the proper officials. • . ' ] • v During the past >veek, there lias been a rush to j apiece of aground near the White Horse Store, I Spring -Gully,' where ricli deposits have hem struck by- a few-parties. In one or two instances as much as six ounces to the...

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BENDIGO MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

.IJJ2NDIG0 MAltiiETS * Thofino weather Affording greater' fjicUUy for the forwarding of Flock,, parlies in ^own-liuve availed thcrnBolvea, prictsa thereby KiisUunifi^ a nli£ht fall. , JjUsiiiusA, however, retaining itH previous JitiitUliv state, conslijuors luyj) no.Ui.iug to fear.,from a further Call* in tho rntou of carrirtjje. •. . The following are tho pricas obtained fcbis w&ek:— Flour.—£*0 to £^3 per ton j'Chliltta/£CQi; : Oats:—10j. t3J. por bushel:/:*•' «'"■ r.iUK.*— Is. Oil. to 5s. p-.n* bushel. . ;< y. Haw—Oaten, £U» to £l* y*r {<m. . , .. ' rOTATOUS.-niii.ri to£2o per tou. ' -"v. . J ; • • Uuttek.—DimMo .rose Cork, la.Md. to 1b. 6d.\p« lb.'.;> •« *v- • Ua.vih.ek.—S|HTjnf iH. O'-K.to pef lb. . llrcK.—I'uJ im, *£4u per ton; Onions.—Ik. Oil, to x1*. per lb. '• • < • • - • • Tickles.—I'Jiup, p/jr.(Io7.p,a; quarts', 16s.; 'r.*t:» .Jams.— English, iW. t» 2p.i. pvruossu,'.r' Sirc.vn.—Lipht, £42 to .-£'{3.per.Con.'" , 'J'fA.—Conguu.XT t...

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OUR NOMINEE MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

OUU NOMINEE MEMBER. \Ve arc h:i;>j>v* to have it.in our power to an nounce to tho public that the ivishcs. of Bentligo with respect to appointment of one of the four' liw .Nominees luive,iii. all probability been acrtdcd jo' by this time,,ai}d that Dr. Chyens ndw oecupies j,He position of'a Jireniber of the Legis lative Council. His Excellency has at length tardily, recognised the general, pphjioji of the dis ti'ietj-and aa. lie-has-dwio so?- wc arp- wjfting -not too closely tb 'jscrntiiiis can act? having at till events ^w"&inbluicp,of liberality,,;. " We eorigratiilate'th^ injiabitants'bf'the district upon..tills additipnal triumph of .the.libc'rpl cause. Ba'ndigo now can, boast of . being comparatively as ijvell.represented in the Legislature as any district1 in' the' Ctfloriy— represented by men of tried .'prjn pics, of experience, and of ability, likely to (Jo .iis,an<l the'Colony.crodit.There are hardly two opinions here respecting the fitness of Dr. O...

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