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BALLAARAT. TERRIBLE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

BALLAARAT. T ERIUBLE FIRE. The following extract from the Ballaarat Star oi Saturday last gives an account of a fire which occurred there the same morning, and which in volved a frightful destruction of property, as well as loss of life. Mr. Nicholls of the American Ex press Store, who is mentioned as having been seriously burned, is since dead, and several bodies have been taken out of the smouldering ruins. About a hundred yards in extent of the town, on both sides of the road where the buildings were clustered closely together, hns been destroyed. There was a strong wind blowing at the time, and the flaming materials flew right across the road. 'L'hi6 sad visitation should not be without its warn ing to us :— PIKE, Between twelve and ono o'clock this morning, a fire broke out in the United States Hotel, Main road, Fortunately-the wind was light or the con sequences would have been even more disastrous j than they were. As it was, the 6tores of Moody, I Nieholls and Co., and Hemin...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. (From the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

r - A '.(Froiri the Jrtjus,) By the arrival of the Gertrude from, Calcutta, a few items of Jiuropcan ijews, transmitted <to that city by electric telegraph, via Agra, have reached us. . • ' The intelligence is of the "utmost importance, and the . great significance of the announcements causes regret at their brevity. The particulars of the capture of the formidable "Tower of the Mala kotl" would have been most acceptablo; and no less so would have been the details of the attack on the Redan, which is simply described as " not successful." We had heard that the Russians were making pre parations for retreat from the south side of Sebas topol to the northern. Such a step, described as a contemplated possibility, could not but be regarded as almost tantamount, when adopted, to the aban donment of Sebastopol. So soon as the Russians \ are compelled to withdraw into the northern por tion of the fortress, they admit by that act that Sebastopol ceases to be theirs as a city, as ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1855. JUSTICES FREAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISE B* progression; our rights, and our resources. 4 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1855. .JUSTlduS' FREAKS. The world is'doomed to. have a never-foiling fund of amusement afforded them by tbose men "dressed' in a littlo brief authority." . At all events, ati infinite'deal of this commodity must have beon-furniBlied to the dull people of Bendigo; sunb iiitW 'lethargy " since the 'election, l»y the proceedings of the Licensing Bcnch of Magis trates last week. But, as the frogs said to the boys who'pelted them with stones, "what is sport to you'is death to us,"—so we may imagine some of tho -victims' of magisterial caprice to exclaim to those worthy gentlemen who discharge important duties and .write J. P. after their names. ' - " Let us pass through the report of the proceed ings, and cull what flowers may be of beauty or of interest. The case before the Bench' is an appli cation by JIiv Abbott for a license' to retail apiri tuous.and fermented liquors, &e., in a hous...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Thursday, 29th November. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. lhureday, 29tli November. Tito Speaker took tiie chair at tliroe o'oloci, NOTICES. Dr. GreeTes gave notice Uiat he'should mors an ad dress to his Excellen«y for the produotiou of any fr«gj» instructions received by his Excellency previously to tli* inauguration of the New CoiiEtltutioi). Mr. O'Shanassy gcive uotice that on the following'day he should ask the Chief Secretary the names of Cbo&a members who now constitute th« Executive Council. Mr. Grant gave notice that on Friday, 7th. December, he ?hould move— That an address bs presented to his Excellency jiray ing him to ca.UBe to bo laid on the table of the Hoa^e, copies of all despatches which had passed betwean hia F.xcellency and the Secretary of State for llio Mid Colonies relative to the outbreak at Ballaorst. Mr. Lolor gave notice that on the following day h« should move—■ That an oddrass be presented to his Excellency ploy ing that he would cause to be laid'011 the table of tUe House copies of a...

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A LIBERAL CONSTITUENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

A LIBERAL CONSTITUENCY. The following extract from an article in the j Otcns and: jlfwray Advertised will be read with interest, and at the same time with feelings of humiliation, by the people of Bendigo. The dig gers and otliei' inhabitants of the Ovons have acted Tiolily intlnw publicly attesting the sincerity of' their principles by an unmistakeable proof, and all honor to them. Shall we admit that the tell ing allusions to this district are just, and that the Ovens is the only gold iield in the colony capable of making such an assertion of principle ? And if this is the case, to what is it owing—to an ab solute inferiority in the productive capabilities of this district, or to the apathy and indifference of the diggers and storekeepers of Bendigo? Must Bendigo, claiming as it does the title of metropo litan gold-field, knock under to a second class one ? There are, doubtless, substantial reasons, other tlian those mentioned, why we have not exhibited so much public spirit as ou...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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CASTLEMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

• CASTLEMAINE. Last ^Monday week a meeting was held at Castlc mainc, for the purpose of receiving the report of the Municipal Committee. There were about forty Eersons present. Very little interest appeared to e manifested in the matter. The chair was occu pied by Mr. Saint. The report was read to the meeting, setting forth the steps takcu by the com mittee to get full information upon the subject, and recommending new boundaries for the municipal district, which would have the effect of bringing a more populous and more valuable area of country within the provisions of the Act. The report also contained answers to certain inquiries which were made to the Surveyor-General, and which we publishpd some short time ago. The following letter from the Colonel Secretary's office was read to the meeting :— Colonial Secretary's Office. Melbourne, J-1th Nov., 1H55. Sir,—I have received and submitted four communi cation of 111? S7th ultimo, requesting on behalf of a committee formed at Custlem...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WHAT NEXT? (To the Editor of the Bentigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. WHAT NEXT ? (To the Editor of the Benttii/o Adi'MHttr.} Sir,—Iu the Inst issue of your'imjjer, I tt'ftS very miicli surprised to find that owing to a minority of tho Sand hurst Bench of Magistrates having protested ngiiiriBt a decision of a majority of the same in granting a licenco • to a Mr. Abbott, that that gentleman had been for'ced'tb stop selling until the opinion of the Attorney-General could be obtained. Now, Sir, does it not strike yon that such a course is highly illegal? tire our Riglit Wbr ghipfttl J. P.s aware that they are rendering themselves liable to an notion at law? If not, the sooner such igno ramuses send in their resignations the better, ns the public do not feel inclined auy loiiger to be thus trifled with. I was not much surprised to iind Sir. I'nnt'on oii the side of tlie Protectors, as I have all along held but a poor opinion of that gentleman's liberality. I never considered him in any other light than a haughty wolilcl be arntorr...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,) 30th November, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

MELBOURNE, (from our own correspondent,) 30th November, 1055. The first act of the political drama entitled the New Constitution has been performed in St. Pat rick's Hall, with oil the incidents, pomp, and circumstance of a political revolution. There was the ministerial crisis—the subsequent dissolution of the cabinet—the formation of a new ministry, and the interregnum of the former ministers hold ing their separate portfolios until their successors were appointed. The corresjwndence, protocols, minutes, and legal opinions of the law officers of the Crown, have all been published for the infor mation and instruction of the people. The whole history of these portentous events is now before us and exposed to view: " Spcctatum admissi, rlsum teneati.i amici." The denouement consists in each of the ministers being reinstated in office, each in his turn address ing the Governor in these terms—" I have the honor to request that your Excellency will' he pleased to authorise and assign to...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

SHlfPlNO INTKLI-ilG-liNCli. VOItT OK MtXUOUUSli. ArCr.cn. • . XoYembftr 29.—Jloya\ Sbftj^jerJ. d.a.fi., from I^auncestoji, 56th Ultimo, TvttU eightpfti pu*eeiis$r*; Ihiri, Bchuoner, J'a.in s^iluey, Vthnltimo; lUvcn. britf. JjromlWohmg ; Alirm. nchiw»t»cr, from Geeltmtf; Wild Irish Oirl, brii;, from hydiu-y, 17th ukurW, with, t irei! passengers, "Woden, ship, front TahmhuaiMi, 2nd September; . MmWuiuu," schooner, (Vym ^yjney, yaml ultjno, with two pas fcenj;«rw. November 30.—Thftmovbvisf, from Singapore vht Sydney, lihh Ultimo, H'ilh one pa»tfe»wr; Munpntu. t»ch.iouer frum \V*u-r:iuin. tool; HftviJuh, s.*.*., from Adi-lrud*, ii7th ultimo, with luity«su jMwenjjer*. P^comber 1.—Albatross, ship, from Tiverpoo}, 1ft September, tvjtli eightj-f«7> pfissongcrs; liortrude, 1-ronch ship, from Cnl. rutin, 14th Uctohcr, with nine iv&sen&feva; Pwl, schooner, from 3'ort Lonto, 38th October) \Vun#i'Wonj;at t.n'.R.. from S.v«lntyr 29th ultimo, »*\th seventy-eight pasT.cnpers; Nep...

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

t'piiE Ij'E'ND.ftx 0 ADVKItTISER, the' first X newspaper on tlio .Vicf,oria (Jolufields.aiid (he best Ilil&n'd Advertising Medium in the colony, Tuesday,; Thursday and Saturday . • . lIORNIK'O, la'printed'ftiid'phblished'at Sandhurst, the township of ilia ' district of Helidigb, tho Metropolitan Goldlield f>C 'AtiaWlliu. 'The tlBNuioo AnvftriTlsttn 1ms the moat extensive (Sirbltiitlon of iin_v: provincial fmppr in tlio colony. The. importance of i.his journal u» an advertisins* medium must 1)0 at onca perceived when it in known that Hindhurst is ilot only tliu capital of blie of the Lakokst CTOi.nFiw.ns, but is the mart of tho extensive Tas'toual OrsTincT comprisi'mi the valleys of the Loddojj and Casu>asp(k. Qiid the wido and.fertile phiniextending to the Mukbat. The polifieal principle* of thi< journal are liberal— such as'nro ulmdit universally reeotrnisp 1 as in uci't>rdunc<> with the development <if n youui; mid vi-oi'iiu* ci...

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MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (From Monday's Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

MELBOURNE WIIOI.KSAliR PHICKS CURKENT. /' y'.U ' * (Fro»A Mon*1a*fs Ar^s.) Trndo frith the interior continues brisk, and bb the rates of «drtagearo low, cmisKlcrivbta supplies are being sent to the gold fiokla. There is, 'however,-little speculation''afloat, /The chief transactions are for goods to meet present demands. Articles of consumption *h<)RC bulk is large in comparison with tlvevr Tulae aye being sent up by the return wool drays. There ip vory little change in the market. , ■ . / ' . Jlreadstu/f?, £c.—Priccs have declined rapidly this weok.. Lower prices may: be 'looked for wltii oonttdcnce; at the Bfljne Umo w0 believe thiit the bulk of South America^ shipments lias either arrived or lapew at hand/ Fhipinents /ire, however, daily expected from California, and nearly th£ wholo of the recent arrivals at Syd neywill ftinl their .way tothia market.. .The reports of the han-eet in South ^Australia continuo favorable, ami go mo Biuali. parcels of tho new^drop arc repo...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Monday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

V CO MM BRCIA.L INTGLUGRNCG. SAKUliUBST GOLD MXllIUiT. AdvoriUer Offloe,. Mundaj ttTonlnfr .Gold is qnoto;! here ni-£3,W«.'6d. • -* i "U'g understand thiU thor* *re brokers hero who buy amaJg-fl jnatb i gold at tho above prlca. Tho Banks'siill refuse to receive it uidfcss lit a reduction of five Shillings per ouncx». \Vo beg to caution the public against rfoeivlng tho Sydney coinage hero at par. As they Are Bulijeci to thaexport duty they we less in vulus in this colony titan tho imperial sovereigns, which is not subject to thia tax, No inatUir how often a Sydney sovereign may bo im. ported or exported it is subject to tho samo duty odch timc cf it* exportation. It is taken at'the Melbourne* Banks at a discount c('one fthiiiinff in die pound, t. e.t a Sydney sovereign is worth in thbj cuiorty only IPs:, and a Imlf sovereign Os. Cd.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 December 1855

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 Lieut.-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. Bagshawe, of the Oaks near Sheffield, and Worm- hill, Hall, Derbyshire.

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

~\%TANTED at an Hotel, eight miles from Bendigo W a general female servant.. Apply at the Black Swan Hotel. 550c WANTED to sell, by reason of disagreement be tween the partners,—a share in a first-rate 1 Paddling 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 gully. I8dec8 J ANTED a Female Servant. Apply C. G. Mc 1 Donald's, M'Crae-street; 1 ldec4 A GOOD CHANCE FOR A GOOD MINER "OTANTED a steady sober man— must be a first V » rate miner—to join in a quartz rc.ef. down 70 feet, reef struck, with good prospects. Money no object. Board, tent, tools, &c., found till payable. Apply at Butcher's Shop, H»d Flug, near Hustler's Machine, Iron Bark. , ' 13d«vt ANTED a first-rate Cook. J. C'arncros", "Quartz Miners' Arms," Iron Bark Gully. 694dec(J WANTED a woman to Cook. Apply to Franz, 4th While- Hill, near the Bendigo Road, Bark Hut. 2decl WANTED a Mate to a...

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QUARTZ! QUARTZ! QUARTZ! To this Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

QUARTZ I QUAliTZ! QUARTZ J To this Editor qf the Bendigo Advtrliier. Sir,—Any persons whose taste or whoso intoreel may have rendered, them close observers cannot hava failed to remark the' fact, that after somo two years of practical acquaintance with quartz veins tlia greater number of the miners aro (till working in the dark. No complcto theory has yet shed light upon their operations, and of tlio presumed facts which havo been observed, many chango from day to day their aspect—others ro solvo themselves into fictions, whilst from tlio scanty remainder but small benefit accrues. An inquiry into the causes of this lamentable disorganisation may, per haps, be suggestive of some remedy; and since no ablsr pen lias seen lit to treat upon the subject, the miuera will pardon (not, I hope, without controverting) any defective logic, or mistaken opinion which, in this hum ble effort to serve them, may Ik- advanced. In the good old times of gully-sinking no man dnrst admit to another that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

WANTK1) at An Hotel, eight railej from Bendigo •n ueueialfeinalo servant. Apply at tho Black Swan TToteh 530c. TirANTJSD to sell, by reason of disagreement lie l? fwcen tho partners,—a share in a 'first-rate Puddling Machine, in good working order, rind , with plenty of good washing stuff close at hand. For particulars inquire nt the second mnchino below tho quartz company works, California gully. • ' I8dec0 ANTED a flr?t-rate, CJook. ,1. .Canipfpsj; "Quartz Miners' Arms," Iron Bark (?ullyl' g94dpc0 T¥/"iiNTKI} a AJato to assist in.puttiiig lip a three VV mil fence, on about. 60 acres, the timber is already on tho 'ground. Apply to-J.-Do Villievs,' Storekeeper, Back Creel;. < • 4<)«cO V\7"AKTEr> a lavgo Cupper, Ooilrr. Apply-to Wil > t linm* and O'lvHpftV', Murket-sqtmrp. 6000 WAM'KD to Sell a Fonrtli-slmre in a Qunrta Claim on tho Windmill Ilill. I<et»een California and Long tiulli™. A sun) jtivtstmaif Apply third claim WM'rt llw niiiilmil|, '...

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TO HIS EXCELLENCY SIR.C. HOTHAM. Per favor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

TO HIS EXCELLENCY SIB.O. HOTHaM. Per favor of' the Ben digo Advertiser.' Sir,—It is with no ordinary fceliug of indignation the people view the lute extraordinary political crisis, eri dently caused by your Excellency: but that indignation ! becomes intense since tlmt crisis bus bronglu to light the enunciation of.-your views of responsible government, contained iu your minute dated,23r<l November, and ad dressed to the Chief Secretary of tile Colony. Your Excellency in tlint minute declares " the Gover nor chooses liis ministry becausc they possess the con fidence of the epimtry" on the ono hand, and it is abso lutely requisite "tlint the ministry should possess tlio ooniidence of the Governor" on the other hand. In passing, I would just remnrk that tlie.two propositions wilt harmonise- only so-long as. the Governor himself possesses the confidence of the people. . What would your Excellency do if the people refitted to give their confidence to the uien you delighted to ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. JUSTICE v. OFFICIALISM. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. JUSTICE j>. OFFICIALISM. .< . (To the Editor of the Bcndigo Advertisct'.) Sirj—Sii months ago; ccrtifi rates of leases for mining purposes were issued by tlie authorities oil'Uiis gbldBeld; tor which the public were charged '-iu per cent, as deposit;, with the understanding' that vrhen the lenses dame up; the' hnlanon wan to bo paid. These certificates havo" been grouted lip to a very late period, but tio Icusea kai * yet been issued to any one. Now, Sir, I wish to know, if this affair is to bo con sidered as a Government sample of its Jeremy Diddlcr style of raising the wind! or is it n. mere Hothtunits sham, a shadow but no reality, a thing looking tsngiblo enough for a mnn to,grasp, but eluding allliis efforts to do so! or ore they retained (in Melbourne or here) solely to impart to certain parties privileges above the common, and to give nrtyanjnges' to the' monopolist leaseholder, jvho,' nt the first onset, seized on large tracts of reofs,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

' PIJELIMX'XAIIY NOTICE. Great and Positive Sale. . COLONIAL GOLD COMPANY'S WORKS, . t ! ; 7th White Hill, Sandhurst. LMACPIIElisON and CO. lmro Iioon- honored i with instructions IVo'.n 'J'lionmn Comer, Ksq., , nntnnger Colonial Oold Company, to dispose of, without. rcRVrvt', ut an early dale, due notice ot .which will be giyen, . : - Tho whole of their ninchincrjr, ironmongery, Bteel miners' tools, &e. Also, i 40 horse-power «t«im engine, in psrfeel order, >•. <"»' rendy for iinmediutu erection ; . Timing-Utlm, &c. land, cut up in unmli allotments to suit purcba ' i;!f . sers, with, buildings erected thereon,.; Magnificent, cottage, with ontbnildings, furni-. !. ■ . ' .. t»re, Ac. . T , Full pnrticuhirs will be given in n future advertise ment. Outalopues can bo-,procured at an., eariy-dato at tho odw of tho auctioneers. ■, ;, - 49*e. " 'LAND/' iiiAND. LANJD. vj . Tho Increasing demand; for eligible. Building Allots ments, in S.indlnirst,, has induccd...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1855. CHEAP TRAVELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

THE BENSI60 ADVERTISES. PROGEKSaiON, OUR RIGHTS,' AVI) OU« KKSO0BCBS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1855. CHEAP TRAVELLING,. Our correspondent, '• Shillelagh," is terribly wroth with Messrs. Cobb and Foster, proprietors of tho twQ lines of coaches between this and Mel bourne, because these gentlemen, under the com petition of Ivlr. Howard, have reduced theirfam from Ccstlemaino to Melbourne, hut having no such competition Iicto liavo not reduced the faros from Bendigo in like proportion, "Shiliclngli," who Jiaa apprqpriateiv taken up tho cudgel in good earnest, and belabours Messrs, Cobb and Foster ,with the heartiness of an irishman fighting for love, is vary anxious that wo should express our sentiments on tho matter." In .other words, he wishes the assistance of our cudgels in the labour of love he lins undertaken, determined that these cormorant monopolists shall have as sound a hast ing as possible. Well, as wo have;a little of the gladiatorial spirit in us, although wo really cannot u...

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