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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. TORT OV MKLHOUUNE. Aiiuivcn. 8optombor 3.—.Tot, schooner, from Launceaton. Soptomber 4.—Terror, -U. S. banjno, from Boston 1st Juno; Is* erbrooke, Hamburgh barquo, from Hamburg fO^a May, with oighty-nlno passengers; l'Uot, scJioonel*, from lioburt Town, with tolno pasHengers. ? September 0.—"Ynrra Yat^a, fiteanjer, from Sydney, with forty six paaseugers; Champion, Hcrc'.v-steamiir,' from; Port-lund, Port •Fairy, nad Warrnambool, with nhioteon prtssentforn; Ann nnd Mario, brig, from Xowcaatk-, ?/gw South Wales,'.with oito pus senger; Ocoan, brig, frohi Now Plymauth, Now Znalaud, with ♦rinotoen pajwengura; Maid of Alieanto, schoonor, from Noteon, *s*6W Zonlaud, with niuo* passongcrn. at*tiie heads. September 5,—ford Montgomery, brig, from Auckland; Caro line, sch'oon&r, from 'Western i'ort; Ann, schoonor, from By4uoy. • . PROJECTED DEPARTURES. Pon London.—Kent, KUh September. For Liverpool.—Donald Miuiy, early. Pou JhuyroL.—Fre'e, 10 th September. . Fou ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

THE BEN DIG 0 ADVJJHTISBK, tlio first I newspaper on tlio Victoria GoUlliulds, and the boat I Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, Published eyer* Wednesday aud Saturday Moaning, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the township of the district ot Bendigo, tlio Metropolitan Goldlicld of Australia. Tlio Bendigo Advertiser has the moat extensive circulation of any provincial paper iti tho colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium must bo at once perceived "lien it is known that Sandhurst is not ouly tlio capital of ono of tho Largest Goi.dfibi.ds, but is the mart of tho oxtensivo 1'astorai, District comprising tho valleys of the Loddon and CAjirAsriE, and tho wido and fertile plains extending to tho Murray. The political principles of this journal aro liberal—such as.aro almost universally recognised as in accordance with the development of a young and vigorous colony j into a noble and world-renowned nation. Tlio local interests of Bcndigo will, of course,...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

IIATES OF EXCHANGE. Tho rates at which the banks In* Sandhurst draw on thg fol: lowing" pl'atics ate•' '• • '•T V " • r. ••• '•••* • £ b. d. On Melbourno. at sight 0 2 6 per cont prera. .. Geeloug, at sight 0 2 6 por do. do. ,. Balliirut, at eiyht...... 0 2 6 por do. do. CasUomuinc, at.sight 0 2 6 por do. do. .. Kyiieton,1 at sight 0 2 6 por do. do. .. Beechworth, nt bight 0 5 0 por do. do. .. Sydney, at 8 days'sight 10 0 per do. do. .. Adoluido, at 3 days' sight,..... 10 0 per do, do. .. PorthjSwnn Rivor,at 8 days' sight 1 0 0 per do. tfo... .. Jlobart Town, at 3 days' sight .*.10 0 per do. do* .. Launce&tou, at.3 day&' sight.... 10 0 per,do. do. .. Auckland, at8days'- eight. <*,,♦ 2 0 0 per do. do. ... London, at ft days'sight....'.... 2 10 0 per do. do. .. Loudon, fit SP*dttyBf sight 3 -0 0 por do. do. I'irstcla35 bills on London are nogotiablo at par., but, frohf tho diminished amount of imports, and consdqucnt'sinall ileinand for bills fir remittances...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET 'Advertiser' Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

' COMMERCIAL IN.TELLIGENOE. " SAXDIIUHST COLD MARKET * Advertiser* Offlco, Friday Evening. Since our last isstio gold haa fallen 3d. per or. Tlw "quotation stanta now at'JBSlCs. ' ' • '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

BIRTH.     At her residence, Vine-street, Sandhurst, on the 7th instant Mrs. E. N. Emmett, of a daughter.         MARRIED. On the 3rd instant, by the Rev. J. D. Brennan, Thomas Hobbs son of Thomas Hobbs, Esq., Gosport, England, to Miss Jane Roberts, daughter of John Roberts, Esq., late of Hull, England.

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REMOVAL OF THE GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

REMOVAL OF THE GAOL. We understand that it is at present under the consideration of the Government whether the gaol at Sandhurst shall be done away with or not, and all prisoners removed to Castle- maine. Considerations of economy have led to this proceeding being meditated. If this be done, of course there will be no Court of Gene- ral Sessions held here. Prisoners will be tried at Castlemaine, and thither prosecutors and wit-               nesses must wend, and there they must spend many days and a great deal of money. We   expect that this announcement will be heard with surprise and some consternation, for it is unquestionable that it will entail serious injury and inconvenienoe upon the people of Sand- hurst. They have, however, shown them- selves so indifferent about any public matters, that the Government feel safe in riding rough shod over their wishes and their interests....

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ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS. (From the Daily News Correspondent). Naples, 10th May. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 September 1855

EEUPTION OE VESUVIUS. : (From the Daily News Corrcsnoiulentl. Naples, 10th May The lava is now advanced ten miles from its source, and is doing terrible damage. At the base of the cone a lake of fire has been formed, which looks like a red sea in an undulatory state. In the very centre of this has opened another crater, which is throwing out red-hot stones. On the morning of the 7th, the crater, at the very summit, fired, as it were, two heavy cannonades; and, after sending forth lightning, flames and stones, broke up altogether. In the middle of the cone ten craters have been formed, and from these the lava pours forth like a river, and runs on the side of the Cavallo as far as the Minatore. Here four other craters have been formed, which throw up bitumen in the manner of pyra- mids, and resemble gigantic exhibitions of fireworks. Tho whole of the summit of the crater is, therefore, like a sponge, and must inevitably fall in. The thin crust, trembles under your feet. You may see th...

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SANDHURST LOCAL COURT. Saturday, 8th September. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

SANDHURST LOCAL CO OUT., Saturday, 8th September. ' (Before J, A.' Pantori, Esq., (Chairman) and Messrs. Mackenzie, O'Conor, AVctherall, Benson, Donovan, Hulkes, and Hosken. ' - ' Mr. O'Coxon remarked thai he lind observed n placard posted about the streets, and signed "A Member' of the Local Court;'1 be should like.to know the name of, tho gentlcmnu. The question, however, was not answered. . : . Mr. Bexson moved tho lstolnuse of the Report of. tho . the Sub-Committee on puddling machines, " That dams be placed on the sides of gullies." Mr. O'Coxon seconded the motion. Mr. Mackenzie opposed it, remarking that in the large gullies washing stuQ'was got from tho sidos, and that that would be interfered with. Mr. Denovan spoke in the same sens#. Mr. IIosken remarked"that the situation of the pud dling machines on tho creek was most injurious to the mass of the miners. Mr. Mackenzie thought that a notice should be posted ten days previous to the granting the olaimaat tho light to make h...

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] September 10th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

MELBOUHNE. i . : , [from our OffS correspondent.! September lOtli, 1850. ; The Lnuuoeston papers communicate further particu lars relative to. the operations iu (lie Crimea, which reached that |)lace by the arrival of the Storm Cloud. You will no doubt extract them into your journal. As far as they go", they coniirm the previous intelligence received from Europe. It appears, from accounts to the 4th June, that Crou stadt is completely blockaded, iu the sense a military man would say a fortress was invested by a besieging army. ' The Russians have availed themselves of the respite given them by the Baltic fleet, to increase the strength of their fortifications, which are bristling with cannon, just as the lines of Torres Vedraa were fortiiied by the Duke of Wellington to check the progress of the French to Lisbon. The place is said to be absolutely " alive " with troops. It is stated by the correspondent of the Daily News that there its im insuliicicucy of gnu boats, -\vliicb form ai...

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FRANCE. (From the Morning Chronicle's Correspondence.) Paris, Sunday Evening, 10th June. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

■i'KANCE. (From thi Morning Chronicle's Correnvonrtencc.) Paris. Sunday Evening. 10th June. The repeated successes of the'last week, when each duy has brought the news of a victory or of some serious \q#a in /lifted ou the enemy, liave put us all here in the highest spirits. A tekgrnphic de!:-p:iU*h from Vienna roiuimim ; C5<tes the pleading inlbnuati nt—how chained the tele i graph miiat answer—thut Frinee GorhehiikoJi' has rnndo [ up his mind to give the Allies l»;UUe iu i*,£1 "uen iield. TiT-.T-*—— i.ji-m..—■■.mH nrrJ— I do not like to say \vitli liow inucli contempt tliis way of reversing the state of things is treated of here. Cer tain it is, however, that the Parisian military authorities look oil the Russian prospects as desperate when they are driven even to contemplate such txu operation. Oiti' excellent ally the. King of Sardinia is about to visit both lJnris and London, by the todvice of his phy sicians, to distract his attention from his recent heavy domestic ...

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PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

l'cni.ic MKirriNci. On Saturday lust, u public lucctin^, called by four members of the I.ooul Cuiirt, Messrs. Bcmihui, l>enovun, MncJunizi^ nod Ilo&kwij for the jmqjoac of eonyirtyrhig: tlio Amended Gold Mining Regulations proposed by that Court, wus hold in l'all Mall, opposite the Bank of Aus tralasia. Tlio attendance was i)retty large, about 1,000 person:! being present. % The greatest order prevailed during the whole of the proceedings, an almost unneces sary remark to malio concerning public meetings of the diggers held on Bendigo. A strong table, lent by the proprietors of the Shamrock Hotel, on which four chairs were placed, answered excellently well for a platform. About half-past four, the eliair was taken by Mr. Buimll, who said he had no intention of taking the position in which he now found himself; lie saw a number of persons gathering, and he was attracted by it. The meeting was convened to lay before them certain statements with regard to the regulations fo...

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EXTENSIVE CONFLACRATION AT SANDRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

EXTENSIVE CONFLA.GBATION AT SAND 1UDGE. Another destructive lire 1ms occurred nt Samlridge, involving an immense loss of properly. As usual, the number of wooden houses contributed to feed the lire, and to baflle nil the efforts of the firejnen to get it under, so that, to use the expression in the Aryus report of it, " the fire actually burnt itself out," We subjoin the chief part of the report referred to:— "From the information received, and which, under the circumstances, is probably tinged within accuracy, flames were first observed, about ten minutes to nine o'clock, proceeding from the upper floor of the Ship lim, in Buy-street, the landlord of which is Mr. Pemberton. The building, wliioh is of brick, was, soon entirely gutted, and the flames quickly spreading, the bowling alley, a woodon erection, which adjoin^ the inn, was soon in tliimes. The nest premises, the store of Messrs. Ingles, Adams, and Gresham, ship chandlers, also con structed of wood, were tjie nest on fire, a...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. An alarming fire broke o\u on the night of Friday, tlm 17til, 011 the premises of Mr. K. Turner, draper, Knudle street. Fortunately it was extinguished before it had spread to the adjacent buildings, but Mr. Turner's ntook iu-tradc was completely destroyed. lie was subjected to a mo3t searching examination nt tiie inquest, but nothing was elicited to damage liiiu, though the coroner severely animadverted on the dangeroua practice of leaving a campliine lamp burning iu a place with n calico ceiling. It appears to be customary for drapers to leave a light burning till the assistants go to bed. Mn. Hoi.loway's Newspavku Museum At Mr. Holloway's establishment, near Temple Bur, there is the most extensive, tlie most complete, and tlie most extra ordinary collection of newspapers in the world. Mr. Holloway, it should he known, advertises his pills (mil ointment in about 2000 foreign newspapers, and in nearly every English paper. Probably the year of tlio { Great Exhibitio...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

SANDHURST rilODUCE MARKETS. .September 11. Tho following aro about the quotations 3TI.OUR. Adelaide, .€46 per ton; Chilian, L.44. Ptce, Patnn, -£43 to £43 per ton. Oats, Scotch.Te. 61K to 8s. Oil. per bushel; Bras, 4s. to 4s. 6d. f»r;oAR, Mauritius, £10 per .ton; Cossipore, £47. ' .Canwxs, Jlelmont, 2a. hi. per lb.; French, Is. 10(1.; tallo>r»'ls. 'Butter, .Cork, 2s. to 2s. 2d. per lb. Pickles,quarts, lis Cel. to 12s. p?r dozen; pints, Ob. Gd. to 10s., .Tea, £7 Ts, per chost. '* ' MACPHE11SON & CO., Auctioneers, -Pall Mall, Sandhurst. •Th$ following have been obtained sinco the publication of our .last report Fi.oun, Adelaide, 115 to £47 per ton; do., Chilian, £43 to £45. Oat*. 8coffth, 9s. nor bushel: do., (Jiwo, 0s. Bran, 4s. Cd. to 5s. Matze, lis. to 35s. Darlet, 14s. to l&s. Cjiajt, per Wt., 22s. to 25s. " ' Potatoes, Gd. per lb.' (scwco.) Butter, ,Cm k, 2s. f-0 2s. 2*1. SnoAR, diirk, £40; do., liffht, £42 to £44 per ion. jPmKi.KS. plnls, 10s. per doxcu; do., ...

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TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE. Our metropolitan contemporary the 'Argus,' lately endeavored to awaken the people of Mel bourne to a sense of tlie value of public enter tainments as a means of raising funds for the support of charitable institutions. We concur entirely with his vie_w of the matter, so much "so indeed that we are firmly persuaded that something of the kind might be undertaken in Sandhurst, with every prospect of very benefi cial results. The Melbourne folks, indeed, have a great advantage over us, in the posses sion of a public building, admirably adapted in every way for the purpose of concert, balls, lectures, fancy fairs, &c. Our Exhibition building on the other hand—but let it be— every one knows what we would say. It was erected, however,-with the best intentions, and under some difficulties, and we must not be too hard on those who placed it where it stands, if in doing so they erred most grievously in judgment. The new assembly rooms in \Vil liamson-strcet, ...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. September 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. Scmtcmbcr 11. \ .Tho following nro our quotations ' Common hacks, £8 to £15; pood do. nnd Jitflit harness hor303 £15 to"£30; good draught horses,' £35 to ±'C0; heavy do., no 'ctamnnd. Tip'carts, .€20 lo £25." • ' jj. MACPHEIiSON it CO., I Torso Bazaar, Sandhurst, ' Rough Hacks, £13 to £20; Good Hacks and Light Harness JTorsos, £20 to £40; GoodDranght Horses, £35 to £00'; superior do., £t!0 to £75. Tip Carts, £25 to £23. • ' S. JONES, Auctioneer, Jtorso llpposUory, Pull M'iiII.

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1855. GOVERNMENT MEANNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

THE BEHBIGO ADVERTISER, PROGRESSION, OUR RI01ITS, AND OUR BESO0RCES. i -WEDNESDAY, SEPTI5M BKIl 12,1855? GOVERNMENT MEANNESS.. The shabby parsimony of the Government <ji^r>vVr Charles Jlotlmiii bas passed into h "i - Tho niggardliness of a miser is the F'.fiucnee to such reckless extra ' - "tcribed the administration of •" ' VulJTl.y a dramatic propriety tie ... , X present sordidsystera affected only those whohad battened on .the public spoil, one would not feel very mucli sliockcd. "Whether the worthy Lieutenant-Governor is, or is not, a miser him self, may'not be cettain,t|iongh the Toorak chronicles of small beer.might warrant such a conclusion, but beyond nil question his Go vernment is characterised by the meanest par simony. There is but one brilliant exception, but that more strongly even than ordinary ex ceptions, gives point and force to tho general truth. " Like a jewel in an Ethiop's ear," the princely salary of the chief himself, by contrast more strougly ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

MONDAY, 2'J.tb Slil'TEMBER. LMACPHERSON niul CO. liavo received instructions ( from Mr. U'Kenzie to offer by jmblie auction, on Monday, the 24th instant, at two o'clock, The whole of his stock, comprising'— A general assortment of groceries, ironmongery, drapery, &c. Store, situato corner of High-street and Short street ALSO, Allotment B, sec. i B The half-sharo ot two puddling machines, horses, carts, &c., situnto in Shecpshead Gully, having plenty of good washing-stuff oloso at hand. 'Bale to inlco place on the premises. 003sep29 Missing Friends. DENNY, EDWARD, from South Australia, is re quested to send liis address to Rolfe mid Bailey, 37 Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. 14ocL24 GLASGOW.—John M'Callum, who was at Eureka, soren months ago, is requested to write to his brother, Robert M'Callum, lute of the City of Glasgow and Clurencft steamships. Address care of Mr. Hecksher Albert Hotel, Sandhurst.—It. M'Callum requests a)J parties liaying messages or letters for him...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. September 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL SEWS. September 10. I • vrho gold market has icon without animation, and tho price ,7Gs. 3d., most of tho purchasorB for shipment by tho Kent de laying operntions in tho hope tlint thp powers who sway the golden rod 'will reduce the rat© of exchange. Bear and Son's circular contains the following report of the money market:—,{"\Vo have no change to report in money transactions. There are several sums now in the market for in. vestment 011 mortgago of good freehold properties (improved ag* rieultural lands preferred), at 10 per cent, per annum, and very few of such securities have lately been offered. A few small sums at short dates have been negotiated at tho usual rates." The gold export duty, for the week ended 1st instant, amounted .to L.70&9 Ds. 2d.' Flour has fallen since last report, but the markot ic now Arm. .Tho millers are stopping for want of wheat. I-'ine flour ranges ft*omI#,3r to Ii.38 per ton; seconds, L.S5 to L.SC; Hnxall and Oallego, L.4...

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THE FALL OF ANAPA. Admiralty, June 12. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

THE FALL OF ANAPA. Admiralty, Juno 12. JWr. Osborne presents bis compliments to, die Editor of the Times, and liegs to 'inform him that .intelligence lias just been received tlmt the Russians' have evacuated Anapa, and are supposed to have crossed tho Kuban. The Circassians are in the place. ; Prfnce Gortsclmkoft'rcports.tliat tlio Trench loss up to the 8lli June, after tlie two diiys'/attucki T-M. 2500 killed nnd woumleil, and-the Russians made .275 men nnd 7 ollicers jirisonera, nnd took two French cannpns. • A letter from Kertcli,. of May 28th, states that the coal captured there has been sold l>y auction, and lias produced a sum of £100,000 sterling, which is to he di vided among the' troops.

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