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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, 1st December, 1855. (Before Francis Jones, Esq., Chairman, and Messrs. Denovan, O'Conor, Wetherell, Rawlings, and Hosken.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

XiOCAi; COURT. ' V ^ "•■ 'Saturday, 1st Beeemfoer, 1855. - <(Bofor«'. Francis Jones, Esq.,- "ClinirinaiV, nnd Messrs.' Denovan, O'Ccmor.Wcthercll, RaTvlinRs, and flosken.) i Only; twn-.cases were iraUhe' chargs-aheet, which wero shortly disposeil'of/-viz;:— .. , ; MAcAtvnsrt. Jpkbs'.—PlaiatifT-chargcd the defendant •with' refuauig to giTe a proper,account at money o > tamed ■for his share in the claim. After investigating llie case, j -^"appeared tlisit defendant owed plaintiff JS40, and plain ♦iff and mate otcH defendant' £A-tfs. Thaletter wa* or dered In pay tin balaneo into Court before the 2Cth January next. ■ ' - Ik appeared that defendftnS.-plaint'.Cf, and others were J in'partnership in the'Union Uliii'm, Hussler's Reef, on ] -a verbal agreement, commencing 5th September last. j Jones coining in tinder the understanding tha*. he was j -to pay £10 cash'and £40 out 'of the proceeds of ^he.j golil" raised from tha claim.1 When wishing to leave, | Jonea said-ho woul...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

. ' ' MINING INTELLIGENCE. fFROH Oyii. HINI.VG iy;rOUTl!R.) Considerable activity lias been displayed during the'pasfc week in alluvial digging. Our rushes arc turning out better thau,'nny which have for some time taken place on Bendiyo. At Epsom o con siderable) number of new claims have been com menced, while the old ones are largely increasing the quantity of drift and washing dirt round them. A meeting, of which a report appears 'in another column, was held at Mr, Broeklebank'son Monday Jn*t, which was attended solely by miners, for tho purpose of properly obtaining means, for following the lead of gold through the purchased property. We hear tliut, after the ensuing races, the ground now held as a racc-coursc will be given up to tho. diggers, and n new course laid out by the Local Surveyor^- Tlw diggers in this place seem satisfied with what they are doing. We are sorry, how-, ever, thr.t soa^o of the night-fossicking tribe are present at Epsom. On Sunday liiglit last several l...

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COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS, SITTING IN APPEAL. (Before His Honor J. G. Forbes, Esq., Chairman, and Mr. M'Lachlan.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

• - COUBT OF GENERAL SESSIONS, filTTIKO ll» 'APPEAL. (flafora His Honor J. G. ForViesi'Es^./ Chairman, and •''r'' Mr: M'LucliliuiO , ' ' ' : • Edwin Horns appealed against n decision of tho 'Locil Coart^in tlie._ca3o of Edwin Norns v. James r Stevrafti- , Mrf-Lysaglit," instructed by Mr. Pitman, appeared for 'tie -appellant. • - - • • The leayned Counsel .raised, savon objections, one of ■which-was 'illin merits of tho case." ;Tlje^Jfirst' and Recond objections were almost similar that'the order of the Court as rocorded in its books laid befor8;hi_3'liono'r,''wa<j not tha decision of the Court, ' inasmuch as' the Court ordered .£10 to bi' paid to Stewart, but did not order that a similar amount should lis 'paid' to. his mate, as recorded by tho Qlsrkof the -Court. : Mr." Assistant Warden Jones, who appeared as one of ihe respondents, staged that this was an error of the Clerk's^ :" His Honor overruled the objection, considering that ■nnrier the lBtli section o£ tho .Gener...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. FALL OF SEBASTOPOL. EVACUATION OF THE TOWN. OPENING OF THE BOMBARDMENT. War Department, Sept. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

FALu OF SSBASTOPOL. EVACUATION OF THE TOWN. OPENING oy THE BOMDAHDMENT. . War Department, Sept. 7. Lord Panmnre 1ms thin day received llio following in tslligonco from General Simpson, dated < ' ' ' Crimes, Sept, 5,. Oiir batteries opened fire ot daylight this morning. " Sept. 0,~5 p.m.—Bombardment goes ou steadily and favorable, with few casualties on our side. A Russian frigate, supposed to liave been set on fire by our rockets, was burnt'last night in the Great '.Harbour." Paris, Saturday morning.—The following despatch lias been reeoived from General Pelisder, dated 1 Seba»topol, Sept. fi. " A vast flr8, caused by our'Bhells.'seke'd the Russian vessel Marian last.eight. -The Dimes illuminated all ;ho camps." , , , . War Department, Sept. 8.' Lord Panmuro has received tho following intelligence from Genoral Simpson, duted • . Crimea', Sept. 8. • " Another Russian frigate destroyed by lire yesterday nfternoon in the Great Harbour. A large fire is burning about tho middl...

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BALLAARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

BALLAARAT. ' iThb Races.—The .races went off extremely well at Ballaarat, and tliero Vivasi a largo attendance, though one or two serious accidents happened. On the first .day, before the commencement of tho races, a Mr. Crasser, a wine merchant of Bal laarat, was dashed out of a spring cart, tho horse of • which had taken fright, and so severely injured as only to survive a few minutes. Tho Maiden Plato was won by Mr. W. Payne's Sinbad, Mi4. Hogg's Miss Campbell being second. Four'horses started for the Town Plate, of.which Mr. Harper's Jenn nette was an easy winnef, J6reed being seconds In tho third race, for the St. LegerStakts, Mr. R' Row's Rosa May won. easily, Quiz-the-Wind second. Tho fourth race, for the Diggers' Purscj was the event ,of the day» Mr.,. T... Wright's St; Patrick was tho;winner. In tho first heat he al lowed Glenelg to beat him by a neck, but in "tho two following heats ho came in first, with ease. ' - On the second day the attendance was even larger than on t...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (Abridged from the Argus.) Friday, 30th November. The Speaker took the chair at 3 o'clock. NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

v;.;: legislatiye council. (Abridgedfrom the Anjus.) citfiK ' Friday, SOtb November. . . Tho'Spenkor took tlio chair at 3 o'olock, : > ; NOTICES. . .. ... Mr. Nicholson gvrc notice of a question respecting tlie renjewnl of the Influx of Criminals Bill ;-Mr. Wheeler of.ti:motion for correspondence respecting pre-emptivo. right of Climes ; Mr. Liilor of n question relative to the establishment of. railways in -Victoria; Mr..Miller, gave nptice.bf liis iiitentioii to move for leave to -bring in * bill for tho extension of the Melbourne.'.anil Hobson's Buy, Line lo St. Kiida anil Brighton; Mr. Mollison gave notice of liis intention to ask the Chief Secretary to lay on the table correspondence relating to the Victoria yii uarals at tilt} Paris inhibition. POSTAL CHARGES. Mr. Highett asked the Chief Secretary why, at Sand ridge and St. Kilda (both within the City boundary) a higher rate of postage was charged than in the City it»elf; and was informed that these post offices were establ...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, December 3, 1855. Before the Stipendiary Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

COURT 01'' PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, Dooembcr •'), 1855. Before tlw Stipendiary Magistrate. DEBEimins.—Charles Bailey and Sydney Buyer, de serters from the 4.0th Ileyinicnl, were ordered to Mel bourne. Uotli prisoners represented themselves as la borers, but Admitted having joined the JOtfi IJegimeiit, and never having been discharged. Tlieir manners belied their statements, being essentially military. Diicnkakd'^ List.—Mary Orion, a constant frequenter of this Oomt, again appeared on. the usual charge. The Bench inflicted the Pino of one shilling, and remanded her till lier husband could bo sent for. Mary, or as she represented herself, Mrs. Wilson, a similar character to Mrs. Orton, received similar treatment. .Tames Dale, for being drunk and incapable, was lined 10s. Michael Costullo, for drunkenness and disorderly conduct, was fined 10s. Henry Smith was also fined 5s. for drunk enness. Absaults.—Patrick O'Kccfe, on chargo of assault nnil riotous conduct <it the Freemaso...

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LICENSING BENCH. (Before the Chairman, Mr. M'Lachlan, Messrs. Panton, Standish, Wilkinson, Williemante, and Doctors Roche and Hunt.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

LICENSING BENCII. (Before the Chairman, Mr. M'Lnchlan, Messrs. Panton, Stan dish, Wilkinson, Willicmante, and .Doctors Roche awl Hunt.) Auctioneers' Licenses were granted to Me»si». Murdoch, Jones, Macpherson, and Marks. Messrs. E. N. Emmett, W. H. Neale, Alexr. Simmonds, and Brocklebank liatl also applied for auctioneers' licenses, but not being present they were not granted. Pubmcwns' Licenses.—Wm. Muir applied for a liccnce for his house at the 7th White Hill. Mr. Pitman supported the application, ailv _ stated that tho house was .situnled on lialf an acre of ground that Mr. Muir had bought, and con tained a large dining-room and parlor, and three "ood-sized bedrooms ; that it was weatherboarded, had a zinc roof, and that there was a six-stalled slab stable. Lieut. Burton replied to Mr. M'Donogh, who appeared to oppose the application : That the fur niture was ordinary; that there were several other houses in the neighborhood which afforded thi) public good accommodation ; that i...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

SHIPPING 1 NTliLI.lGKNCli. - • .■ Vb u*i' i» •?, mui .r><) i uxiv,. ir.hivkb. .llMombtr 3.-—Vlear.v/, Mli^ctier, put back; Part, hrlj, from ! ■ J Dewtfiohop X—Hc-nrittta, wbnnper, froni >Iob&r{ Town, 22nd vlum j. wUh four pMso^gera; E irl*v nchooncr, p.ijit lnik ; UoUa ! }Jnr£»i*riia, OI>Hi»n bri-j. Vuljuntto U; Heptftmlcr. i D<v«>iih^i*4>—AMij.'iciin fchi[>, fruin Yorh, fith • with t!uriy*niu<j piwisiifrcrs ? iUn':k K*aii, «.s.s., from* lai^uctutuii vni'l iusNui, wit)i nwiity-tliriw pMReoyom; Hnrbiiuw, J schooner, from SVvcurIJc, Ijtli ultimo; Dobaom, schooner, Iruiu l.*un«uou ih-l ultimo; iturv Ann, aclioonw,* from I'ori WaIc* flcld 9r»th ulti:oo; iJi?y <>f Sydney, from Syjmy 3stJnstiint, with lort.v pas?icijger:<} U*d djwket. Itoyal ruaJl $Mp, from Liverpool 2 uh Suptuajb«i% with two Ivtmdrad-and &ixtj<ilve yoMouyers; l-'ams, Lanjnsy/rom Nowcastf#, XS>.\V.. . AT TU* V!r.A»9.&...

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

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, tlio first nowapaper on the Victoria Gohifiolds, and tho best Inland Adrcrtising Medium in the colony, -PCBUBHED EVEIU TUESDAY, TnURSDAY AND SATURDAY. • Morning, Ig printed and published at Snndhurst, the township of the district of Bendigo, tho Metropolitan Goldlield •of Anstrrylia. The IissntGO Advertiser has tho most extensive «lrenlation,of.nny provincial paper in tho colony. .The Tmportnnco of this journal ns an advertising medium must ho at onco perceived when it is known that, Sandhurst is not only the capital of one of the Largest Gomifiki.ds, ■ but is the mart of (.lie extensive Pastor.il District gomprisinsr the vallovs of the Loddox and CAJirAsnu, nnd tho wide and fertile plains extending to tho Murray. JTbo political principles nf this journal are liberal—such •ns are almost nnivorsally recognised as in accordance with the development of a' young and vigorous colony into a noble nnd world-renowned nation, 'i'ho 'local interests of Bendigo will, of...

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

A LETTJSli for Mr. Daniel JJoran, jyiucr, is lying it t\. the olB,c» of tliio p:ipar. "B/IR. II. T. JAMKS, High-street. rientliootc, w ap jLtX pointed our a»ent fjr tlio M'lvor, fjoulburn and Hurray Uiatviuta, liv whom nulwtripuimd aud advertiie inents will ba received.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 December 1855

COMMI3RCIAL, INTMLLHiENGIi. SANDHWiST'GOLD ttAKBEA * » j4tecrliter. Olfieo, "Wednesday Evening. Gold is firm at £3 Us. G<K > ' - - • Bt the Escort returns, r.-hich will ho found !a another coluan. a considerable.failing oiTiu tho consignments of gold.lo town *ill_ at onec be jperoeivcJ. Tho largo ninount on hand, how*var. ex plains that It is trailing for mi advance In prico the miners art, and not u falUn? ofl' ia the jricld of^ol^l.•. . AVc hare cmd half u bucket full of specimens Uien frnm .7ohn »on's claim. Ncir*Chum Ucef, wliioh coutftln fib'out£5 ouucee of gold. . TUey aro now exhibiting at Meisn* Boyd and Harri*'* We andcfstnnrl that the entire lot Tterq found 2J feet b.olcm the surface, and within the >pace of a cubic foot,'

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WHO IS TO BE MR. BENSON'S SUCCESSOR?—MR. HUNT. (To the Diggers, per favor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

WHO IS TO BE MR. BENSON'S SUC CESSOR?—MR. HUNT. (To the Diggerst per favor of (He Bcndxgo-. Advertiser.) Gentlemen,—This day, at 4 o'clock it* the ,afternoon, you will bo called upon to elect a member for tlio Local Court, in. the room of Mr. Benson; and as I dare say you are anxious to obtain one who is competent to discbarge tho onerous duties of such a high office with credit to himself and advantage to you, I beg to bring under your notice a gentle man who, I believe, is the man you want. At the wgekly meeting of the Miners' Pro tection Society, held last Wednesday evening in Burall's assembly rooms, Mr. Hunt, gold diggev, was proposed as a candidate, and after having gone through the usual examination as to his views 011 mining matters, it wna carried unanimously that he should be brought forward as a candidate on Salurday. • But the chief reason why I write tlj's letter is to inform you that other candidates aro to be brought forward in opposition to Mr. Hunt, and that if you ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendino Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

ORIGINAL COllllJiSPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bcndino Advertiser, Mr. Editor,—Whilst reading in a volume of the ' London Journal/ I cauio upon the follow ing1 passage; nud, as it seems to me to be some what similar to a discovory made at Ballaarat a short time since, viz., the discovery of t&er trunk of u tree in a horizontal position at a great depth in the earth, I give it for the be nefit of your readers :— " It would be a neglect, in describing Sheer ness, to omit to mention that in sinking the wells here the workmen, at the depth of 20© feet, discovered a completo prostrate forest, through which in tho prosecution of th«ir work they were obliged to burn their way. This ia considered to be a remarkable confirmation' ct the history of tho Deluge, trod specimens- ara in the possession of most of the philosophical institutions in Europe." I am, Mr. Editor, Yours, &o„ A KEADIffi. Bendigo, 1st Dcc., 1855.

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SANDHURST PHODUCE MARKET. 7th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

. SANDHURST PHODUCE MATIKET. , 7th December. Wo have 110 great change tp notice in' our market, which continues steady with n fair business doing. Our quotations are as follows Flour.—Adeluide, £02 per tori ; Chilian, £00 do. Oats'.—Scotch, Ilk to lis. Oil. per bushel. , ' •-Bran.-^-4s. to 4s. Od. per bushel. . , Hay.—Oaten, £1/} per ton. Kice.—Patim, £10 por ton; Java, 428 per ton.' - Sugar.—Mauritius, dark, A'3T per ton ; yellow do., £40 do ; Cossipore, 5£d. per lb. -Picklcs.'—Pint, (Is. (Id. per dozen j'quarts, 12s do, L, MACPHERSON & CO.,. Auctioneers, Pall Mall. , - Jones's Horse Repository, : ' Bendigo, jjccember 7th. '.Our.horse mprket continues well supplied with stock, the want of water causing many owners of puddling ma chines to force sale of their horses,, notwithstanding the great sacrifice at present incurred. Prices have fallen considerably within the Inst fort night, and the demand is insufficient to animate specu lators. Light harness horses still attract mo...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

.. SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. The following are the prices obtained this week J — Flour.—Adelaide, 450 to '£U3.por tonChilian, £58 to .600. ... • Oats.—Scaleli, lfl.q. Oil. per bnsliol; Onpe, fig. Bran.—4s. Od. to fis. per bnslicl, H«j'.—Ontrii. £1(1 to £18 per ton. Potatoes.—£!l(i to £'itt per ton. Butter.—Double rose Cork, Is: •!<]. to Is. Od. per lb. Caudles.—Sperm, Is. Oil. to Is. Sd. peril). 5 Hice.—Putnn, £4.0 per ton;. Java, £2(1 to £28.' Onions.—Is. pcrillt.-.' " Pickles.—Pints, 10s. to lis. per dozen; quarts, 10s, .loins.—English, 18s. to 20s, per dozen. Sugar.—Light, £42 to £4:3 per ton. • i Tea.—Congou. £7 to £7 10s. per chest, S. JONES, Auctioneer. Auction Mart, Pall Mall.

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

CHINA; By a report obtained from good authority, it appears that over 70,000 men have been pub licly exeouted in Canton sinoo February 15th, or Chinese new-vcar ; further inquiries on this point are in the course of being made, and the total may turn out to be greater rather than less. The same authority states tho number put to death at Shanking fu at twenty-seven thousand, and about twenty-fire thousand at tho taking of the fort at Blenheim Reach, and the subsequent captures among tho villages thereabouts. In many places houses have b>>en erected where suspected or prosoribed persons may commit suicide, and thus save their posthumous , reputations, and bo buried by their families: and hundreds are said to have gone to these places where their bodies would bo identified, and put an end to them selves by hanging or taking opium. Many women, probably those who have lost all hopes of support or safety, have also destroyed them selves. Such things as these show how sad is tho sta...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

It will bo perceived from the despatchro that Sebas:opul L;;s fallen. All the bastion®, earth works, iuid granite forts snath of the great harbor—-M>ilakhoff'. Great nml Little Ile'lan, Flagstaff, Central Tower, mid Quarantine 3i it tocy—v.he sea defends, Forts Alexander, St. Nicholas, and St. Paul ; the second line of defences, thy Gaiden and Barrack Batteries, t'io dockyard, tbo harbor, and Careening Buy. svith the full 'cannon sweep of Sebastopol Bo ids—all are in the power of the Allies. • The Russian Black Sea fleet bus perished utterly. How many war ships have been sunk and how many burned, we must wait to know, and matters little, for all have baen destroyed. The language of t!m jjnnerals and admirals is explicit: iiot one of the proud ships of Sinope could now be found to carry a Menschikoff to Constantinople. The grand attack on Sebnstopol was made on Saturday last, tho ever more memorable 8 th of September, at noon, by storming tho Ma l.ikhoff and the kittle and Great l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

A LETTER for Mr. D.tmel Moran, miuor, is lying at tlio olfico of this pnper, Tl/rp. H. T. J.\MKS, High-street. Hemlicote, in ap i.iA pointed, our ugent fur the Jl'Ivor, Guulburn nnd . Mnrr/iy iliatrictB, l\y whom subiicri[itioiia and advertise ment* wijjl bo received.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (Abridged from the Argus,) Tuesday, December 4th, 1855. The Speaker took the chair at three o'clock NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL* i (Abridgedfrom the Aryvt,) 'ItoesdatS December 4thf 185.5. <ttie Speitkir took the chair at thrco o'oloc NOTTHKS. Dj\ Embling gave notice of his intention, to nsk , 4 question in reference to tho disposal of the ground granted by Government to the Corpora tion for the establishment of public baths, and subsequently to move that the land be appropri ated to this purpose forthwith. Mr. Wills gave notice of liis intention to move for a committee to ascertain the best means of pro curing yearly returns of the agricultural and horticultural produce of the colony. ' Mr. Benson gave notice that on Tuesday next he should ask the Chief Secretary whether it was the intention of tho Government to bring in a measure relative to the power of Local Courts; silso to move for a committee to take the subject into consideration. Mr. Snodgrass gavo notice of his intention to move for an address, praying for the completion of tho Kilmorc road. 2fE\V MEMBERS. Mt. HumfFra...

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