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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

MR. H. T. JAMES, Iliijli-street. Hoftllicote, is ap pointed our agent for the M'.Tvnr, .Gonlhnfn nnil .Murray distriotB, liv whom subscriptions and advertise ments will be r«cei.ved.

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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GOULBURN DIGGINGS. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) Rushworth, 27th November, [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

.GOULBURN DIGGINGS. (from a correspondent. RusUworfch, 27th November, •The want ojf water is beginning to be felt by surface diggers and puddling machines. The latter, upon the whole nave paid remarkably well. Quartz Reefe in many instances very rich, arc being opened, but the want pf efficient machinery, added'to the limited mean? of the majority of th§ diggers,' they are only m their infancy. We 'have one or two hand machines, and two one-horse machines, • but these only crush for themselves.—To a judicious practical man, not a gentleman visionary, this would prove a most remunerative field, and I am inclined to, believe that the general scarcity of .water (which some say that a moderate amount of, engineering- skill and capital would remedy,) has prevented that class, as well as many diggers, frqifx visiting; this place. The operations of the latter' froih want of funds, have invariably been confined to the old workings, but I have no doubt that at no very distant day, this will ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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M'IVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, 29th Nov. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

M'lVOR. (from our. own correspondent.) irieathcotc. 20th Nov. i A new rush lias taken place to Wattle Flat within the last week, but I have not as yet been able to ascertain with what results. The attempt to find a second bottojn here, which I have before spoken of, has been prosecuted by the prospecting party to the depth of 98 feet, where they have come upon liavd rock, supposed to be a large boulder, from its similarity to the boulders on the surface. The general opinion seems to be that it is not a true bottom, but that a second bottom exists beneath the sandstone, which is as soft and easy to work at the depth of nearly 100 feet, as at the top. The Prospecting Association are determined to use every endeavor to set this point at rest, by sinking until a satisfactory result is attained. It has long been my opinion, in common with many older and more experienced miners, that M'lvor is rich in auriferous quartz. This is likely soon to lie tested.—An enterpris ing individual, resid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

PRELIMINARY* NOTICE. Groat and-Positive Sale. COLONIAL GOLD COMPANY'S WOKKS, 7th White Hill, Sandhurst. T. MACPHERSON and CO. havo loon honorod Jj» with instructions from Thomas Comer, l'lcq., manager Colonial Gold Company, to disposa of, without reserve, at an early date, duo notico of which will bo given, Th6 wholo of their machinery, ironmongery, steel miners' tools, &c. Also, 40 horse-power steam engine, in perfect order, and ready for immediato erection Turning-lathe, Ac. Land', cut up in small allotments to suit purcha sers, with buildings erected thereon Magnificent cottage, with outbuildings, furni ture, i£c. _ Foil particulars will bo giTen in a future advertiso meht;' Catalogues can bo proourcd at an early dato at the ofijfte of the auctioneers. 498c LAND. LAND. LAND. MACPHERSON and CO. have for Bale, by pri vate contract, An allotment of land, having a frontage to Bull street of 165 feet, and A frontage to HargreavcB street of 36 feet, being a oorner allotment, an...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

SUltTlNG INTKLIAGBNCB. PORT or MKLHOURSE. • Annivcn. Kft'wmW 27.—Ocean Wave, barque, from Tort Loni1? I'tfj'»<?• .tofjer^ l(ovf\l tieorge, tihip, from Loudon 1st August, with twenty. Hvp fiftfeaengera. ». Suverabcr 2&—Champion, S3.<i. Jrom Portland, Port Fairy. find NVarriminbool, 27th inalant," with ftviiy-fivfi passengers Yavrft Yurra, 88.s., from Sydney 3-ith Instant, \tjth ilfty-tbur puasengurs. AT THV. HKAP8. November 27.—Aberfoyle, barque, from London. SAII.cn (FROU thj5 ny.KTiB.) November 27.—Galija, brig, for Valparaiso; Storm Bird, stea mer, for I'urt Albert; lilaek Swun, steamer, farLaitncc-3t<»n. Nnyembor 28,—James Baines, for Liverpool; Queen, steamer, tor Portland; City of Jtobnrt, 8t<wuer, for J lobart Town, rnoji&r;:!) DEPATrrnnns, Foil Liverpool.—Emma, 10th December; lightning, 25th t)eft(5inber. Fon LoNnoN.—Admiral, 1st Decembor; Statesman, flth De cember; libwkwiiU, iOih December; Augluaoa, Gib January; Su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, tho first newspaper on tho Victoria Roicifields, unJ the best Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, Published byeb\ Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Mor'NIKD, Is printed and published »t Sandhurst, the township of tho district of Bcudigo, the Metropolitan • Goldheld of; Australia. The Bbndiqo Advertises haa the most extensive eironlatipn of any provincial .paper in tho colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium must be at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst.is f sot only the capital of one of the Largest Goi.dfif.lds, tout is the mart of the extensive Pastoral Distuict comprising the valleyB of the Loddoh and Caupaspie, ond the wide and fertile plains extending to the Murray. The political principles of this journal are liberal—such an are almost universally recognised as in accordance ■with thtf development of a young and vigorous colony into a noble and world-renowned nation. The local interests of Bendigo will, of course, c...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

• iSANDHURST WH01.IJSAl.i5 PUICR3 CURRENT. Advertiier Office, Friday Ivrnlnjr. \ TThepaatwcek hnsbeen very slack.' TTeavy goods meek with a flull sale, *'Ih9 exoltement ntunding the mens, sessions, £c., has •iio ^loubt diverted the attention of the storekeepers ilighi.1v from 'their business. Tt la confidently hoped that, ns soon as they aro •over,* business,.will again resume Its wonted healthy asppcl. The market Is well stocked, and goods generally may b« considered as •getting fair remunerating prices, without tho enormous gains or Josses attending an unsteady market. Our population is on tho increase,-and wo may ray tho most part of thorn steady in their residence hero, so UmJ a steady,hetlthy market is looked for aud cxpected during the summer. An Important sale was held by Hessrs. "Ketfo and Emmet fc, on Tuesday -jn'st, at flyers, when thoy sold tho entire stock of 3Tr.'J. Tr.Tearso^ atliie station^ The pricesrealteed, owing no doubt to the depressed state oftlio markets, were...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

C0M3JERCIA.L INTELMGENOK SANDIIUltST GOU> MARKET. Advertiser Offlco, Friday evcnlnr. . 'Gnlil.la qnoleJ nt H». M. We perceive, bj our Melbourne exchanges, tbat (in advnnco nf M. per onnce Is gWon In Mulboume, th« quoUttyn Our* b«lng ' £3:l«s. '

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Thursday, November 29, 1855. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Standish.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Thursday, November 20, 1885. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Standish.) Dhunk and Disordeiilv.— John Sheehan was fined &1, or three days' imprisonment Assault.— John Sheehan was chargcil with this offence, and pleaded guilty. It appeared that he took hold of it young woman he met at the White Hills, in the street, and to whom lie was an entire stranger, and clasped herin his arms. He then let her go, but after wards again seized her, when Mr. Connelly and some other gentlemen interfered, and brought him to the Camp. He was sentenced to one month's imprisonment in Sandhurst Jail. Towxs Act.—Timothy O'Conner, a trooper stationed at Lockwood, was charged by John Crooke with using a brown horse and a bay mare, his property. It appeared that the prosecutor had lost his two horses, and gave information to that effect to trooper O'Conner at the Lockwood police station, offering at the same time a reward of £5 for them. A witness of the name of Ph...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

TY7"ANTED Tendcra for digging a cellar 20 x 15 x 8, W at the Albion Hotel. 643decl "ANTED a first-rate Cook; none but a good hand need apply at the Albion Hotel. 046decl TT7~ANTED situations by two married men as shep YV herds ; the women as hut-keepers,without in cumbrances. Address J. office of this paper. 14deel WANTED a situation by a respectable young man as an assistant in a store, &c. The most satis factory reference can be given. Apply to Mr. Mathews, storekeeper, Sheepshead gully, BendTgOi 548decl WANTED at an Hotel, eight miles from Bendigo, a general female servant. Apply at the Black Swan Hotel. 550c WANTED a Cooper, a cask maker. No other need apply to J. Bull, cooper, Bull-sfcreet. 27decl WANTED to sell, by reason of disagreement be tween the partners,—a share in a first-rato Puddling Machine, in good working order, and with plenty of good washing stuff close at hand. For particulars inquire at the second machine below the quartz company works,. California gull...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

BIRTH. On the 22nd instant, at Brighton, the lady of Mr. Travers McDonogh, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, of a son. MARRIED.   At the Parish Church, Humbleton Holderness, Yorkshire, England, by the Rev. John Jadis, Vicar, Robert McNair, Esq., of Greenfield, Scotland, son of the late Lieue.-Col. Jas. McNair, K.H., to Charlotte Helen, eldest daughter of the Rev. Isaac Dixon, Vicar of Garton Holderness, and granddaughter of the late Sir W. C. Bagshave, of the Oaks near Sheffield, and Worm- hill, Hull, Yorkshire.

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1855. THE BENDIGO HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

-THE BENDI90 jMERTISEf. PHOQRBSBION, OU* RIQITTS, AND OCR RESOURCES. .' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, lijfe. THE BENDIGO HOSPITAL. It is with feelings very much allied to repugnance and disgust that we are compelled again to notice that unfortunate institution, the Bendigo Hospital. We now and then, in life, come across some man or some institution upon which an evil genius seems to hate set its mark. By a strange fatuity with such, everything goes wrong ; the best intentions involve unfortunate consequences, and the   most judicious management adds only another page to the history of mischance and disaster. To this unfortunate class the Bendigo Hospital belongs, and so ill-fated has it been under each different management that one begins to lose all hope that   it. will ever be made what it should be — a well managed benevolent institution whose benefits are open to all, and a credit to the district. But practical straightforward men do not believe in such things ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. , To the Editor of the Bcnd'ujo Advtrtiscr. Sir,—Several friewls having informed me I lint ii report is current stating tlie letter signed " I'ublicola" in your last issue to be my writing, I take this opportunity of disclaiming most positively any knowledge or connexion with the writer of that letter. And as you, Mr. Editor, togetlier with the party who did write it, are alone- res ponsible for its contents, I trust you will state that I am not the person who wrote it. As, although my feeliugs towards my several opponents may not be of the most amiable kind, still I should be sorry to be adjudged capabls of writing a letter so Bclf-laudatnry as is the one in question. Trusting you will do me the favor of inserting this in your next, | I am, Sir, lours obediently, JOSEPH H. ABBOTT. Australian Hotel, Snntfhurat, November yOtli, 1855. [We really hardly think it necessary to state that Mr. Abbott is not the author of the letter signed Ptiblicoln. We believe tlm...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,) November 28th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 December 1855

MELBOURNE.     (from our own correspondent,) November 28th, 1855. Since my last despatch, we have had European News to the 5th September, by the arrival of the Lightning, which, had the course of events run smooth, as previously laid down for the grand assault upon Sebastopol, ought to have communi cated the fall of the Malakhoff Tower. That event has not yet been announced, but the general appearance, of the siege operations are far more encouraging than they have been for some time. As far as we are allowed to anticipate the result of human .efforts, we may feel assured, that the fall of Sebastopol is only a question of time. The details of the battle of 'l'chernaya establish beyond all doubt, the superiority of the allied armies, when they can bring the Russians to "a fair stand up fight." The gallantry of the French and Sar dinians was most brilliant. In the days of the first empire these forces often fought in conjunc tion, when the Great captain frequ...

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TO HIS EXCELLENCY SIR CHARLES HOTHAM &c., &c. The Petition of the Worshipful Guild of Squatters. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

TO IIXS EXCELLENCY SIR CHARLES IIOTHAM^ &0., &C; Tlie Petition of llio Worahipful Guild of Squatters. Hvmbly Shcwcth: That on tlieir arrival in this colony, tho majority of your petitioners had sufficient cash to purclmso fifty Blicep wherewith to stock their runs. Tlmt in times previous to the discovery of gold in this colony, twfii shillings and sixpence sterling money was tho average price obtained in the market for one sheep. Tlmt your petitioners liiive, nt enormous expense" erected on their runs, homesteads, woolsbetls, huts, etc., ull of the best native wood slabs. That they have never in any instance interfered with the water courses by tho excavation of tanks or otherwise ; and that suid water courts or creeks are now, in wet bcasons, in its good running order as they weiu previous to coming into th» possession of your petitioners. That your petitioners have, subsequent to the opening, of the gold-lields, entertained in a lavish and hospitable manner, great ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

: - :PJ1ELIMINABY NOTICE, Greai ond Positivo Sale, COLONIAL GOLD COMPANY'S WORKS, 7th White Hill, Sandhurst. . LJIACPHERSON and CO, have been honored i with instructions from Thomas Coiner, Esq., Manager Colonial Gold Company, to dispose of, without reserve, at an early date, dno notico of which will bo given, The whole of their machinery, ironmongery, steel miners' tools, &c. Also, 40 horse-power steam engine, in perfect flrder, and ready for iuimediuto erection ' Turning-lathe, Ac. Land, cut up in small allotments to suit purcha sers, with buildings erected thereon Magnificent cottage, with outbuildings, furni ture, Ac. Full particulars will bo given in a future advertise ment. Catalogues cun be procured at an early date, at the ofDpe of the auctioneers. 492c TUESDAY, 4th DECEMBER. To Qjiart2-Crii»liers( and others requiring Gear for QiwrtZtCriisliitigi Saw Jlillg, Chafi-Cntters,. Ac. MESSRS. NEALE and.EMMETT have received ' instructions from the proprietors of the Victori...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE HOSPITAL. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE HOSPITAL. To the Editor of the Iiendigo Advertiser. Sir,—Seeing that you are always ready to receive aucli communication as you deem useful or right to lay before tho public, shall oiler no apology for my present intrusion. A correspondent has this day inquired "to whom is the Hospital indebted for the munificent grant of land referred to in the report read at the late public meeting." As the ex-Beeretary of that Institution, I should state, that when I submitted that report to the board of man agement the donor of the farm expressed a wish that the gift should bs merely noticed us it has been. - There ore thoBe who " do good bv stealth. And blush to find it fame." I feci great pltasuru in now finding it in my potter to name the " good Samaritan," and trust that I shall not in vain say to others " go thou, and do likewise."—The benevolent benefactor ia the Her. Dr. Bookhaus,—*and this is not his only gift.—This truly charitable Institu tion is largely in...

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COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS. (Before His Honor J. G. Forbes. Esq., Chairman, and L. M'Lachlan, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS. (Before HiB Honor J. G. Forbes. Esq.. Chairman, and L. M'Lachlan, Esq., S.M.) This Court commenced and finished its latrine* Saturday last, vnrioUB circumstances cauead them to be so short.—The unusual lightness of the Calendar, t).« few prisoners that were defended, and several ploadirg guilty. Of the memberB of the bar, Mr. Noel tli« Crown Prosecutor, Messrs. Lysaght and M'Donngh ware present. The progress of business was oonntontly im peded by either the incapacity or indolence of the trar, Mr. Fluukett, who literally did Boarcelv anjlb Vg right. Now lie would be about to empanel a jury" of IS and would be stopped' by some one, Thsn he wtt^l empanel a jury of only XI, and wonld be set right !>r_ tome other person. At one time he would swear tJm. jury, and tlien arraign the prisonor ; at another timo ho would not arraign tlio prisonor at all till His Honor tlx Judge had jogged his memory. Vi'lion a friwh jurv trm to be empanelled there was an entire c...

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CHEAP TRAVELLING V. COBB & FOSTER. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

CHEAP TRAVELLING V. COBfl & FOSTTCP' (T<9 the Editor of the JDendiao Advertiser.} 1 Sir,—With jour permission I am determined—V^.rkod by an influential party—not to let this subject drop until either the slmmeful grievance is rcdresBcd, or a conveyance formed to defeat the collusive monopolists. It would bo a satisfaction to a large section of your readers were you to express your sentiments on the subject, before steps are takon to convene a public meet ing of the Inhabitants of Sandhurst, for considering the propriety of organizing n co-operative company to put n line of coaches on the road. I was yesterday told by a most respectable gentleman from Costlemnine, that Messrs. Cobb and Fosttr have openly avowed " thai lluey will lower the fares, if neces sary, to 10j. from CastUmaine, in order to run Messrs. Jioward and Co., off the road," when no doubt v.'o would have a speedy establishment of the£3 rate. Hear ye this all you speechifying anti-monopolists,, and le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

A LETTER for Mr. Daniel Monti, miner, is lying at l\ tha ollioe of this paper. Mil. II. T. JAMES, High-strwt, Heathcote, is op - pointed our agent fur tlie Jl'Ivor, Qonlburn nnd Jlurmv diBtricIa, l>v whom "BubscriptiouB and advertise inunUwilUbe received.

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