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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

PRELIMINARY notice. - ' Great and Positivo Sale. bOLONIAIi QOLD COMPANY'S WORKS, .. 7th White Hill, Sandhurst. L~ MaCPHERSON and CO.. have boon honored i' with instructions from Thomas Comer, Esq.. manager Colonial Gold Company, to dispose of, without reserve, at on early date, duo notice of which will be given, The Whole of their machinery, ironmongery, steel miners' tools, &c. Also, . " - 40 horse-power steam engine, in perfect order, and ready for immediate erection : Turning-lathe, &c. Land, cut up in small allotments to suit purcha sers, with buildings erected thereon Magnificent cottage, with outbuildings, furni ture, &e. Full particulars will ho given in a future advertise ment. Catalogues can be procured at an early date at tha office of the auctioneers. 49Hc LAND. LAND. LAND. The increasing demand for eligible Building Allot ments in Sandhurst ha< induced tho proprietor to offer for sale all that block of land, having 110 feet frontage .to...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, 24th November. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

LOCAL COURT. . Saturday, 24th November. Present—;The Chairman, Mr. Assistant-Warden Jones, Messra. Deno'vah, Jamieson, O'Corior, We tlierelJ, Charles Jo/ics, Ilawlings, and Hosken. • The Socretary _ road a letter from Mr. Benson, tendering his resignation as a member of the C.ourt, ! which was accepted... | Mr. O'Conor remarked that, there being a ma jority of the Court opposed to the granting ofleases, it was proper that the public should.be given to understand whether the Court would grant them j or not. A short and unimportant, discussion ensued, I without any result'being attained. j . A miner named Richard Drummond complained i-to the Court that his mate, John Simpson, de ! spite a warrant of the Court having been served on : him, had quitted tho district, taking with him 17 | ounces of gold. A warrant was immediately or ; dered to be issued for hio apprehension. j La us Branust v. Christian Q,vist.—(Mr.Cohn kindly acted as interpreter.) The plaintiff said he hadaMiners' ftiyht...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

TED a situation by a'young man H9 sture kceper,'or nceountant, has no objection to make himself useful. Apply A. !•'. G., ottiro of thif paper. . 5nov29 WANTED a Mate to join the advertiser in n blacksmith's business. Apply to William 'Campion, at the Ship Ipn, Back Creek. No capital required. ' 5dec4 rjlENDERS Wanted fur the erection of a Wealher 1 board Building for the Jewish .Community, until the 20th instant. Specifications may he seen at the otlice of Messrs. Moore and Co.,-Pall Mall. 497uov29 CHARLES M'CABE would be:glnd his brother Patrick would call at M'Coimack's Store, near the White Horse Inn, California Gully, Bendigo. 7dcel ANTKD to Purchase, a Pony, staunch nml qniet, ■ with Gig; or other li^ht vehicle, and Harness complete. Apply Smith, Glasgow Boot Mart, Pall Mall., . : ' 6nov20 WANTKD, a uselul Lad immediately. Apply at tho Great Western Quartz Wcrks, head of Long Gully. . .( 3iiov29 "\T7*ANTED a Nurse. Apply at the IJoynl Hotel, VV between the hours of 12 anu 2 p....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

Ml!. H. T. JAMICS, Hisjli-ttrect, Heiuliecti, in np jioititVd our fjr tlie Ji'Ivur, <Guiillitini njjd Wurrnv ilistrioU. I'.V whom aubHcriptiur.s ai.d ndvertiae-, muntn iv'ill .Iib ie<;.eivc-<!. t , ,

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

?LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The. business,\v.hich-\yoijld occupy the attention .of the Legislative Council, on Tuesday,' is imim •portant. rlt is confined to appointing the Chairman of committees; the days for transacting general'and' {government busines; appointing the committee of standing-:ordersj: and the Library committee; and considering the report of the select committee, ap pointed to draw up the reply to'his Excellency's ■Opening "Address. The following are the qualifications of our mcmbersjduly certified to on jllieir taking their seats .'. .. . ■ Robert Benson, do declare and testify, that I am (July seized at law or in equity of an estate of freehold for my own use and benefit in lands or tenements in the colony of Victoria of the annual value of' one hundred pounds, sterling money, above all charges and incumbrances nilceting the same : And further that the lands or tenements out of which such qualification arises, are situate in the township of Sandhurst and situate in Macla...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1855. THE GOVERNOR'S OPENING ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

nmm myertisssi. I'I'.OCKl'.SSION, Ol.'It H1U1ITS, ANll OUK HEBOUHEKS. . THURSDAY,. N0YEJII3KR 20, 105S."~" Til 15. GOVERNOR'S OPENING ADDRESS-;' Opening addresses. to Legislative" Assornblies, •whether from Royal or Vieo-Regal personages, have time out ' of mind' been ^regarded as non entities, "$s the plbasantest most'u^re|eal)le wfiy of sayiijg nothing. Thgy.Iiardly merited the i"eroQiou3 onslaughts of matter-of-fact 3Vill Cobbett who took such savage delight in tearing them to.pieces,; because .they; werebciicaih ,the; ability which he brought to bear upon them. After all, a* harmless mediocrity; is the'best ■char acteristic of such speeches, for then tl,iey ofi'ond nobody, and no. one regard* them us the indication of any particular course of action,-for upon what .occasion was the policy ofti Got cr'.imeut through ,<jut- a session, ever truly shadowed out in an .Opening Address. But Sir Charles Hotham in this, as in so many ,-otVior instance?,.docs not choose to foll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

rjh»E BENDLCVO ADVICttTISEil, the first ■ I. -newspaper otv tho Victoria Gtolufielda, nnd the best I'rvlfcnd.Advartising Sledimn in tlio colony, jPcriiiisrisb EfsRi Tuesday, Thursday asbSatubdat :, Mornino, Is prirfted and published at Sandhurst, the township of tne district of Beudigof the Metropolitan GoMtield <Jf Australia. . Tho, Desdkjo AovF.iiTiSEn has tho most extensive clronlatlan of any provincial paper in tho Colony. The Jtlipor'Eallde of this journal as an advertising medium must te at oric'a perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is hot only the Capital of ono of the Larobst tWnfiians, but is the mart of the extensile 1'ASToiiAt DrsTRicT <fotnpfising tlia valleys of tho LoDdon and Campaspik, nVid thfi Wide arid fertile pliiins extendiny to the Murray. The,political principles of this journal are liberal—such ai are almost universally recognised in in accordance *itli tilts development of a young nild vigorous colony inton noble ntnl world-renowne...

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MELBOURNE.COMMERCIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

jMELnOi;ttXE.C0}JMEKOlAJ..*F.WS Tho puty murkot lmn opoue.l fur thoweel< iit£l 13*. "per ounce. ( Ths quantity on.sale hus not bekiirgreiit.^ l)uty wiu paid on'10,211 ouucfcfl flt lift Custom Ilmmft for export,ofwlfa-h C7G3ouneen were* for the James Uftlnei, fur r/jvorpool; and 3J19 ounccs fur Bydiiey, toythe City of Sydney. -:I»YJU3, Tuesday;

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

Oy Nl A MS'RjG t A. L : IN T13 L LI (1 Ii NO jS;V SAXBIIUitST GOLI) MAItKET. '•< -i ' Advertiser Office, : - i . »v ;v \Vt^nesdftv«Tanin{r. jSoM. is,fira.ftjXI.lis.jfc!. ....... r;r...... We ^ro inforiiilU^tlmt miuj£.'i:n.'>tPfl £oi<l jriil bqjji^chnsdil oply a'rotliwlUit on thc above rat?/of live HhiUh*;n jw'otinca. 'I his ia In-consequonco of tho largo qnanttty of inynlirlttbj saht to remain' In tho amalgam, which aro only cxtr.\cto<f by smelting. Several par*, c«jllof "arn.ilg.ira.Ucl j?ol»l havo bocn as%Vel by t'.iobanka/atvl a largo proportion found to be of impure in»jta!a,*Ac. I'liu ordor hiiti jiwt'beou Usuedj and honccfonvnrii-ft"-reduction of 5s: per oz. will; bu'.thkcn' ort ''tho;aimilKama<c<l fff>lil.w'Tt'is no \vj in con twn pint Ion to ostfibltrth un a«my oHh.j hera, where thV'amalgararitPil sold Will far ti)» miner,'a»d bought by ibt gobbbrokoron tho e&ruticuto uf.jlw aspayor...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

DIED.   On the 24th August, at Milborne Port, England, aged twenty years, Emily, daughter of Thomas Ensor, Esq., of the same   place. She was expected to arrive in the colony in December, to join her brother, Edward John Ensor, who is at present residing in Sandhurst.                  

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

BENDIGO HOSPITAL. • V.'nnt. ofspnce prevontedour inserting the acppmpanyr ing Report of tliB Committee of this institution, in our report, of .the public meeting lieltl at tho Exhibition Building on Friday evening. , Sccorid Report of tlie Committee of Mutiagcmei^ of the Bendigo Gold District General Hospital.     1. The Board of.Mauugement of the Bendigo Hospital ill submitting to the friends of the Institution an ne cour.t of their proceedings for ilie pasl half-year, have t« report that matters of very varied interest, nud consider able importance, hare been anxiously engaging tlietr attention. . - • 2. It will be remembered that at the public meetraur held in April last n repoit /was read, shewing how 'ih« funds contributed by the Government aud the publia •had been expended upon,buildings,' tiud upon ihe relief of the indigent sick. 3. That meeting having adopted the report so sub mitted, resolved that the geritlenleu who had th»' management of the aff...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE CHINESE. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE CHINESE. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) Sir,—Some weeks ago, the Chinese commenced again to camp in amongst the diggers, between the Back Creek Bridge and First White Hill. I say again, because they were formerly put off this part of the flat. Their tents now number about one hundred, and the men about three hundred, and they are daily on the in- crease. This, Mr. Editor, is a serious evil, and demands the immediate interference of the authorities, to whom the health and welfare of the community should not be indifferent. The tents to which I allude, already, cover much of the ground which can be worked only in the summer months, and which I need hardly assure you cannot be given up by the diggers to whom old ground, when in a suitable state for re-working, is in these times, valuable. Great, however, as this grievance is, it is small in comparison to what is felt as regards the water, which these intruders are fast destroying in their usual ...

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CHEAP TRAVELLING [?] COBB AND FOSTER. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

CHEAP TRAVELLING 001313 AND FOSTER. To tht Editor of 'the BiuHiao Ailvtrihef. Sir,1—-Since, niy lest I have been talking on' tlio sub ject of the' Cobb and Foster imposition with 'many of our most'Yespcctable hud influential citizens! who one and nil denounce the slmmefnl'disparity in the rates be tween Hendign and Castlemaine and those. between Cas tlemaine and;Melbourne as at once disgraceful to the parlies who have imposed them and insulting tu the I community which constitutes their principal support. There lias been a strong-feeling evoked on the subject and I hope we may reckon on the support of the press either in organizing a .shareholder conveyance to. Castle maine or inducing Messrs. Howard and Co. io run the entire way under a guarantee of support from all right minded traders, storekeepers', diggers, and miners.- • ' • ' The animus which actuatcd'Slessrs. Cobb and Foster in 'reducing their fares on the lower eml of. the road is quite as.discreditable as it is evident it ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 November 1855

SFIIP PING INTKLLIGftNCE. POUT OK MF.l.IioGUNK. aiiYiiveh.' ' r' Jtorarabor 51.—City of IIjImu, «s.V 22nd*" Inataut, with dlxiy-t.vo pH-iioijf^rs'jiAna unvi M«rH» bH^TroiiY . 2$ewc«wtU, N.S.W.,'lOth liuum; itlWk.Su»u,*M,^.;.fi'om ton 23rd hi.uuL, wUli t^nty t|clit.^>a3i;-i»>,'<r3; 'City, of Sviiiu>y,. Mi, from SyitaevjJbt hutCuit, wim*jxty-VvrN Y^s«n»gani; s'tr>rm liir.l, erf.Bo from Port Al&ortf Hurra ityfri. si.^Tcgrtl 21st tndtnnt, with' elijhtjvievett jwAsenj^ra; Auro, bnr^uo, tfroin Britney J3th iustout, with ^ght-pa-wanupra» schooner, f/orn Xc\vo;v5t!o, N.S.NV., lOili ii.iutaut; Catherine Hayes, Chilhii; i).irliuu,uVoui.,:XHla?lii'H4ual l«th> Au^uJts -WauJercr,brig, from K3*clney l4:h iusutii-j b.'iyv/wuj XawoasJle, N\S.\V.;iUii in stunt. ; • >-• -• November ^S.^To&a,' B$hdohM\ (torn Warrnftmbool 2"nl In Btaot; Loeisa,HQh6tniert fmin WArmmibnnlinxtnnt; •>r*rj* iier, Bchaouer, /rum, ^yiljiby,lItU.lU^mt; UupcttA, schooncr, from "Wo...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (Compiled from the Melbourne Papers.) Tuesday, 27th November, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (Compiled from ihe Melbourne - Paperi.) Tiipsdny, 27tli November, 1855. ■The Speaker took the chair at 3 o'clock. ' ' • NOTICES OF MOTION. Mr. Pike gave notice that, on Friday next, h,e should W'firr. 9 •" That a select committee he appointed to inruire into existing Jaws relative to mining on private property, and • to investigate the present position of the question on the goldflelds of S'ietoria, and for the purpose of devising aml.recommending for the adoption of the Councilsucli remedial measures as may appear best calculated to pro mote the prosperity of the mining districts, and tlierebr of the colony nt large, without inflicting injury on the owners of the soil.. ! " That such committee consist of Messrs. O'Shanassy, Fawkner, Lalor, Grant, Longdcu, Benson, Wheeler, the Honorable the Attorney-General, and ihe mover." Notices of motion were also given by Dr. Embling, in reference to state aid to religion; by ,Dr. Greeves, in re ference to postal communicat...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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CROWN LAND SALES. 20th November, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

CROWN LAND SALES. 20tli November, 1805. Tlia Grown land sales, as dnly notified, was hold at the Criterion Hotel, on Monday and Tuesday last, Mr. Larritt, Government Surveyor, acting as Auctioneer pro. tem. The attendance was by no means large, and the bidding, except for a few town allotments, was not brisk. The following is a statement of the lots which were dis posed of:— Town Lots, Sandhurst. Lot. Area. Price. Namo of Per Lot. Purchaser. A. n. r. £. s. d. . 10 ... 0 0 37, .. 10 0 0 .. Charles James 11 .. 0 0 33 .. 150, 0. 0 ,.\ William TurnbuU 13 .. 0- 0 37 ..'.00 0. 0 .. William Kelly 14 .. 0 0 35 .. 31 0 0 .*. James Charles Hunt 15 .. 0 0 33 .. 10 7. 0 .. Edward John Ensor 10 .. 0 0 30 .. 12 5 0 .. Edward JoluiEnsor 17 .. 0 0 35 .. 45 0 0 .. William Kelly 18 .. 0 0 34 .. 100 0 0 .. William Dev'ine 19 .. 0 0 28 .. 00 0 0 .. Thomas Connolly 20 .. 0 0 32 .. 14 0 0 .. Edward John Ensor 21 .. 0 1 0 .. 14 0 0 .. James Cahill 22 .. 0 1 0.. 80 0 0 .. George Holmes and . . Henry Holmes...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

saxmrutirt i'nooucE markets. Our market for heavy goods ofnil descriptions continue ex tremely dull. Pricesgenerally have n downward tendency; indeed It is Impossible if move quantityeven at a shajfc below oar quo tations— ? «—«» "November RO, Flour, Adelaide, quiet; onto, Pcotch, fair business doing,'prices uteadv; bran, not much inquiry; liny—oatMi, qitot, market full; now coming in freely, aud worth no more than'£13 per ton. T»'i.o0R.—Adelaide, .£*18 perton: Chilton. £G0. Oats.—Scotch,.W*.«9d. to lis. 3d. por bushel. HruV.-r4«. to ,4 s. Rd. per InjRhel. JUce.—Vatnnj £40.; Java, £28 pt'r trn: .Coasipnr-yfid. per lb, SMmiSES.—J-ISub, 10s. (id.; ,£'tins, T4s. fid. per dozen. .1" Candt.m.—Deiniont, Is. 10dVper,|b. Pronr.Es,.—7?iiitfl,.9s. fid. pfr,dozen: quarts, 12a. JTjit.—Oaten, nw, £13 to £]?} per ion; old, .£15. Tba.—Congou, £r 7a. por cheat. L.'«ACPHETlSON «fcCo;,* Auctioneer*, Tail Mall, Sandhurst.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

^ MINING INTELLIGENCE. " ("FROM OUR MIXIN'G REPORTER;) ' ;New Rush.—On visiting the new rush men tioned in our last, at the foot of New Zealand Gully, we were struck by the picturesqueness of tlie place, as we approached from the Maiden Gully, wending our way through a vista of underwood, wKicli lias covered the rough stumps left by the diggers axe of former days.—At the Junction of a continuation of New Zealand and the Maiden Gullies, the Creek beara away between the hills, in'a north westerly direction, joining, or disem boguing itself into the large flat skirting all these Gullies at that part of it called Dead Horse Flat.—This ground, the. remains of an old Creek, which is very distinctly marked, more especially at that part of it \vhere it is joined by Devonshire Gully, has been worked in some parts, and casu ally tried in others, but without any important deposits being discovered. All along the: line mentioned diggers are now .to be seen actively working amongst tin1 few tree...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. November 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

SAXDIIUIiST STOCK MARKET. . » KoTcmVr SO. I .JSVtmTe to report iyery dull marko!, with a /nil in-prices of fijly 20 per cent. The^rWnt dry'stiSta of tlio weather—pudiling machines being at a Bland-still for want of ••water—-mny account for th'e depression. Onr quotation's flivo m follows Common hacks., £3 tn tfnni /!«. nn.d ,H(?ht .harness* horses,'£15 to £30; good'draughthorses, iBO'to £4^; heavy do. aomlual. . A^PHERBOK -A-CO., AnettaiMts, .Horse Baaaar, Sandhurst. - «Tonos's Horse* Ifrpnfiltorr, .Bondlgo, 80th 4NovTmbpr. lS55 Although our. horse tnnrfret has been /reelv supplied with stoqk, *nd prices have. bean lower, bhyera arn evidently hanging bank expecting » further deulino. .'fher© has been n ftiirer amount of /btislncsa this weok than lost, bul prices are unsettled aud 'fluchi atirifc. u' -•*" * < Hough lmefci. £12 to £20: pood hacks and light harness hnrsefl. iSS to XflO; good draught horses, £30 to £40; ihiporlor £4r» to £ilO. ' Tip csrts, .£20 to .£23. Sfrri...

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DIGGING ON PRIVATE LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

DIGGING ON -PRIVATE LANDS. One of the most important subjects in connection with the goldfields, which the Legislature must shortly deal with, is the disposal of gold mines upon private property. Both before .and after the dis covery of the goldfields large tracts of land were disposed of which there is now every certainty contain gold deposits, or gold in the matrix. The same thing must lie constantly occurring, for some land at the goldfields must be alienated for private purposes ; aud we have not yet arrived at.sucli perfection in judging auriferous ground as to de termine where gold deposits exist, and where they do not. It becomes therefore imperatively neces sary that some regulations should be'passed, deter mining what is to be done in such circumstances; and, if the ground is to-bp worked by the diggers, under what conditions. The affair at Chines lias been but the precursor of several others, and it is certain that on every goldfield, sooner or later, the same difficulty w...

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