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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGERSSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1855. DEBATE ON THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

THE BENDJGO ADVERTISER, . tROGUEBBIOU, Qlllt ItlUUTB, AMI) Olllt lil'.fOUJtCES. SATURPAY, PECEMBER 8, 1855. DEBATE ON THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS. This dabate was brought to a conclusion, on Wednesday, and the Ministry barely escaped an ignominious defeat by a majority of one. Such a -victory, however, is cqivalent to a defeat, and for all practical purposes perhaps things have turned .out for. the best. The .moral effect, which is the .chief thing to be desired, will be attained; for in . the opinion of the community the Ministry'stand condemned of a conspiracy to make their positions and their pensions more secure, and to aggrandize themselves at the expense of the country. There '.may be some. extenuating circumstances' in the case, and we are willing to concede that "Old .Quarter-Deck" i»us£ be a disagreeable master; but, .under present circumstances, the idea of their vbecoming responsible to the people by the stop they have taken, is ridiculous. They ava liot .ope ;,bit more. respo...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

iLOCAL COURT. The following reports of the Local Court, should have appeared in our last issue, but were crowded out:— " Report of the sub-committee of the Local : Court-appointed in reference to the subject of ; Grants of Land to Diggers and Miners. " The sub-committee, having attentively , considered the above subject, would most ear-. nestly desire to impress its vast importance upon £lie Local Court. " It is notorious that the great body of the people upon the Bendigo goldfields, with a strong predilection in favor of this auriferous' locality, are, nevertheless, without any induce-, ment to become permanent settlers, except that which is derived from the hope of becoming rich by the acquisition of gold, so that, owing , to the discomforts of their unnatural position, the. expectation becomes unavoidably as strong . as the thirst for the precious metal itself. " At the same time it is tote observed that the number of persons having their families with them on this goldfield is m...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

SHIPPING f N T H 1,MU 10 N 0 K. PORT OF MKUIOUKNK, lAiir.rvisn. Dflcwnbnr 5.—Clintnplon, s.r.s., from pnriiann Dili inatnnt, Ti-itli twenty-five p:ts$fttigcrH; Prince l'atrick, srboonor, ooA<it\vi{>»:; .lltixabcth, barquo, <127 tons, J. Grayaon, from Calcutta Jiutl Sujv tfljtfnir, N ' ' AT THE HEADS., ' ''December 5.—Ellzabptti, barque,^from C^lcutiA 1st Spptembor. Dccembcr ft.—Caroline, schooner,'from \y«!f»tt<rri Port; William | n Uncbaunan, brtrqutt. ft**trn Nuwoiisilu ; Star Kintf, rM|>, IY.»m S>tn > Fmnciaeo 2nd October, with tuTrtntcan pa^Sen^era; Occntor, < Bcliooner.; Tyuo, syhoouor, from Hnburt Town; Kiwina PretepU. , "4uig, "'from Kotvdrt Town; Mosquito, schooner, from Hoburt Town; Flying Fiah, tcljnniier, from 1lobart Town; TvTuld of tliu 1'urm, stoamer, fi-oui I ^umcAiitou. **•-- 8Ati.cn tviKoar the heads.) . Dccomber 5.—Uaiulo*, ship: Flying Cloud, jjuhnoner, for Auck land, New Zuilutul; Mayflnwfcr, schooner, for T...

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

SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. 7th Docpmtocr. Our week's transactions for ljorfica have not bees brilr linnt ns far as regards prices, although we have disposed of n fair number. There" appears a greater inquiry for unbroken stock, (inil we lnive every reason to believe that a. small mob of "good-upstanding colts, suitable for draughting purposes, would meet with ready sale. H«rks havfe been very little inquired for. Our races on the 18th, we trust, may cause a slight reaction in that description of stock. For heavy draught horses we. have no sale, * Fat cattle beef, 30s. to 32s. fid. Common' hacks, £10 to JE17; good do. and light harness, X'17 to £30; good draught, i!35 to £50; lienvy do., tioininal. Tip carts, X'20 to 4S23. " L, -MAGPHERSON & 00., Auctioneers, ■ . Horse Bazaar, Sandhurst. :

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

COJAM 13 RCIA L INTELLIGENCE; SANDHURST GOLD-MARKET. Advertiser Office, • Friday Evening. Gold remains firm at £3 14s. Oil. The Colibnn is- now yielding quartz of a very riuli nature. Wc leave been informed of eijtlity-tliree ounces seven and n-lialf dwts. beiiifr procured from three tons of Coliban quartz, by Messrs, Young and' Co.'r : machine; tliat is nearly twenty-seven oimcos sixteen dwta. per ton.

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

post Office, sandhukst. ist of UNCLAIMED SHIP letters for r TH!E MONTH of november, 1855:— A Adams, Wm Attwatcr, John Alexander, David Atlawson. John •Allan, It A fea^riitrS,'^as Banks, God Barge, Wm Bellemin, Albert Birch, G C A , Bowen, James E ' Bow'den,.George 2 • Botton, Wm Bormann, Karl _ B Bushy, M W Biirliind, Jabez ' BnrgeBS, Wm Britjgman,, John Brown, Jas l Bridges, H J Briggs, Phillip lilain, Geo ' '* ... V . .V/ Canafaii, Pat ■ Cook.Jas Campbell, Robfc 'Citllen, W L Campbell, John .. Cuthbertsen, Wm Cawtno'fti.'Ed t . Clark, Andrew Carraonfcj John. ' Clark Jas S Corryj Wm> Chittock,IIy CoXjKt Chandler, Alfred Cooper,Saml D Daljr, H '' Davidson, Isaac Davis.JaS' - Devereux, Q-eo Davib, Tlios Doble, John ; E Evens. Tlios " Edwards. Jasper. Divans, W F Eddy, St Eddy, J W Edmeads, W T l£m'erling,.G A ■A' . P • Fisher, TO' Eitzherbert, H • 6 Gallagher,1 James Gilberd, 6 B Gaul, Rt Gorev, Wra Gibson, J C Guy,"W H Gjlbertson, Wra . . Gluckman, Saml Giles, A J 2 Gwynne, Kd Gi...

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LOCAL COURT REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

LOCAL COURT KE&tTLATIONS. The following regulations, in tide by the Local Court of Sandhurst, and applicable to-tliis district, have been assented to by His Excellency tlho Governor, with the advice of the Executive Coun cil :— Regulations madf. by , the Locat,- Court otp the District of Sandhurst, V.—Extent of Claim in Quarts LkasKS. That all land comprised in leases and' claiiriB ftu quartz mining shall be marked in a manner tliato can be distinguished by the public. * Such leases and registered claims to be lilHrked by posts three feet above the ground, and' pairttod white, with the number of lease and yards (Occu pied painted on the inner side, facing tllo ground occupied. The posts to be placed firmly in the gromld' at cach end of claim. VI.—Management of Puddling MacIiineS; 1. That nil water tanks (where practicable)-bo constructed on the side of tlie gully. 2. 'That all ta>nks (where practicable) be exca vated to the bed rock. 3. Any party wishing to form water tan...

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ONE OF STAWELL'S PROTEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

ONE OF STAWELL'S PROTEGES. Our readers cannot have forgotten the unccre? monious jviid the unaccountable removal of Mr. Rogers from the office of Registrar to make room for Mr. Plunkett, who had Berved a magisterial apprentices!)ip at Swan Hill. Mr. Rogers very properly refused an appointment to the Kilmore Bench, which the Government offered him. The commencement of Mr. I'lunkett's official career on Bondigo was marked by blundering, awl blunder ing is likely to characterise it to its close. The whole machinery of the County Court was brought to a standstill iu consequence of his non-appear ance, and debtors against whom verdicts had been obtained had a blissful period of grace afforded them for evading the law. Mr. Plunkett at last appeared, and it soon became manifest that his appointment was not owing to his eminent abi lities or- business liabits^ We have refrained from noticing this gentleman's shortcomings, on pur pose that ho might have a fair opportunity of proving liis eff...

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PROTECTION AGAINST FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

PROTECTION AGAINST FIRES, .' The recent disastrous fire at Ballaarat, and the discussion which lina taken place with respect to granting a publican's license to Mr. Abbott for the house he lias erected on the White Hills road, must force upon the public mind the propriety of 'having a radical change in the description of houses erected in the township, The age of can vas and slabs, of weather-board and lumber, has lasted loiig enough, and it is high time that a more substantial and safer class of buildings were crected in the township, The increasing requirements of trade have compelled many of our enterprising citizens to expend large sums in erecting builds ings which would be a credit and nil ornament to any town. Is it consistent with the public wel fare or with private justice, that these men should be subjected to have their whole substance—the hard-won earnings of some years' pioneering on tlje gqld-fiplds of Australia—at the risk of utter destruction by the erection of ginge...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Argus.) Wednesday, 5th. December. The Speaker took the chair at 3 o'clock. ELECTORAL LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Argus.) "Wednesday, 5th -December. The Speaker took the chair at 3 o'clock. • ' ELECTORAL LIST. ' ! The Speaker announced that he had the honor to lay on the table of the House the amended list for the elections., . > RAILWAYS IN VICTORIA. In reply to Mr. Forlongo/the Surveyor-General said that tho proposed lines of railway between Melbourne and the Murray, Geelong, and Ballaa rat, with their various' communicating lines, had been surveyed. The sections were not quite com plete, nor were tho comparative estimates ready, but he hoped to be able to put tlie House in pos session of all details previously to the end of the mouth. ... NEW MEMBER. Mr. Daniel Cameron was introduced by Messrs, Grant and O'Shanassy, and took the oaths and his seat for the Ovens district. THE MINISTERIAL CRISIS. Dr. Einbling recommenced tho adjourned debate on.' the ministerial .crisis, confining his ■ attention chiefly to the more salient points of the Governor's Minute, whi...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,) 5th December, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

MELBOURNE. (fi^om our own correspondent,) 6th December, 1055. We have now twq great political facts before us-'-the termination of the siege of Sebastopol, in the complete discomfiture of the Russians, and the initiation of the New Constitution. The history of the two events presents a striking resemblance, in the egregious blunders committed l>y the Ex ecutive Government in both instances ; but in the latter case the remedy is more easy, certain, and speedy than iu the former. The necessity for administrative reform, in our case, 1ms been long felt, and the immediate operation of the establish ment of responsible government must be to pro duce an entire change in the management and administration of public affairs, which the inca pacity, trickery, and self-seeking of the ministers can neither evade nor delay. The opinion, in a legal point of view, which I ventured to Jay before your readers upon the transactions connected with the initiation of res ponsible government has been c...

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

WANTED it Inrita Opppr Boiler. Apply to Wil liams and O'Keeffi', Market-square. GOGc "IVrANTED a situation hy a Man 113 Quartz Miner, j VV Address A. Ct., office of this paper. ldoc8 WANTED by a respectable Young Woman, a situation as barmaid or housemaid, good , reference given . Address Helen, office of this paper. 1 f»dec8 WANTED to Sell a I'mirth-share in a. Quartz Claim ! on tha Windmill Hill, between California and ! Lonjj Gullies.. A sure iuvestmonf Apply third claim below the windmill. 20decS TO STOREKE liTERS, DRAPE US, &n. WANTED by a Married Man ft situation us store keeper to fako the management of a bark gully 8t»t'Q:the wife Can make herself useful, either in the store or millinery and dressmaking. The heat colonial and home references given.. Address Storekeejier, office of this paper. 3dec8 "ITTANTED at an Hotel, eight miles from Bendigo, VV a general female servant. Apply at the Black Swan Hotel. 530c WANTED, at mi Hotel, eight miles from Bendigo, a first-ra...

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

BIRTHS. At Market-square, Sandhurst, the wife of Mr. T. M. Williams of a son. At her residence, High-street, on the 7th instant, Mrs. John McIntyre of a son.

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

TDJiSUA*. lStU bi.cKMBK!!. To Capitalists, Storekeeper!), Merchants, Bankers, and UtMierel Xrado of Melbourne and iJeiidigoi *f MA.OPHEHSON mid CO. arc instructed liy 8 Messrs. J, S. .Mooro and Co., to disjww 111' by jiublia auution, at Sandhurst, ou Tuesday, the 13tU De. cornbef, nfc twelve o'clock, 'l'fio following valuable Freehold property aucj Iron (Store* :— tot No. 1.—A. corrugated galvanised Iron Stnre with c dices, cellars, shelving, counters, mid useful fittings, bavin;* frontage of 23 feet bv a depth of 70 feet,, with back yard und outbuildings, '.fliis bnildinjf i* situ/itod in one of the must cen tral pusilinim of iief.(!if;o, nt the corner of Pall Mall anil Rail -street, and is nt present occupied by the Proprietors, who fur Rome time past have ■ carried on a lucrative business.. Tiioso premises ire well known throughout the dii;i;inf;», mid will command u rental of .CSQi) per annum, l.nt. .No. 2.—Store occupied by Messrs. Jacobs and Bolora >n, niljoiuitifr the abov...

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

THK BKNDUiO ADVKKTISKR, the firot nowa paper on tho Victoria Golullolds, and the bent ilnljind Advertising Medium in tlio colony, (PCBIiISUED BVEKI TgESD AT, TuuliSDA Y AHD SiTDBDAT . 1 ' Morning, •Ia. printed and published at Sandliurst, tho township of (the: district -of Bendigo, tho Metropolitan Goldfield id.{Australia Tlio Uendigo Amvebtisbr litis tho most extensive •eikcalatipu of any provincial paper' in tho colony. The imjwrtanca of this journal as an advertising medium must fcfl.it once,perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is •»U>t onlv the capitai, of one of the Largest Gomifirlds, lint ia'tluj inii'rL bf'tlia oxtensiva 1'astobal District <joippriain<» the vniloys ot tho Loddov and Campaspir, itJAnfio- Wmo and fertile plains extending to the Murray. The j>olit.io;il principles of this journal aro liberal—such w' nro almost universally recognised as in accordance' ■with tho development of n young and vigorous colony into n noblo and world-ren...

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"THE EUREKA STOCKADE." [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

"THE EUREKA STOCKADE." The following extracts are from a work under this name, recently published by Car boni Raffaello, who took part in the fatal affray on the 3rd December last year.—The merits of the work are highly spoken of. A PAIR OF PORTRAITS Oh ! you long-legged Vern ! wi fcli the eyes of an oppossum, a common nose, healthy-look ing cheeks, not very small mouth, no beard, long nock for Jack Ketch, broad shoulde rs, never broken down by too much werl:, splen did chest, long arms—the whole of your ap pearance makes you a lion amongst the fair sex, in spite of your bad English, worse Ger man, abominable French. They say yon corns from Hanover, but your friends have seen too much in you of the Mexico-Peruvian. Ifou belong to the school of the "Illuminated Cos mopolitans ; " you have not a dishonest heart, but you believe in nothing except the gratifi cation of your silly vanity, or ambition, as you call it. Thank God, there is among us a man ; not so tall as thick, of a strong ...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate, and Mr. Williemante.) Wednesday, December 5th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate, and Mr. Williemante.).) Wednesday, December 5th, 1855 Hawking without a License.—Richard Taylor was charged with this offence, and the goods he had in his dray being owned by the parties he was drawing them for, he was discharged. William Davis was also dismissed on a like charge.— During these cases a witness named Dondy, narrowly escaped 48 hours in the lock-up, for replying when asked by the Bench what brought him there on that occasion; why I brought myself to be sure. Assault.—Daniel Galoni, charged by Caes Nanan with assault, was dismissed, the prosecutor not ap- pearing. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—William Newsom was fined 40s. for being drunk, and discharged on the charge of using obscene language. Mr. Southwell, the orator, wished to ask the Bench about an account between Youdan and Smith and him- self for bill-sticking. The Bench stated that a summons had been issued for Mr. Southwell the day before, and Sergeant Richa...

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SANDHURST COUNTY COURT. (Before His Honor P. G. Forbes, Esq. TEN POUNDS JURISDICTION. UNDEPENDED CASES. Wednesday, December 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 December 1855

SANDHURST" COUNT? COURT. (Before. His Honor." P.-G.- Forbns, eacj. Ten Pouxd's'Jurisdiction. t>nl>e¥eni>ed CASE*? Wediiesdny, December 5th. . Vcnficfs fortliV'plinntiffa' were returned in the follow inpc cnaes:— " ', ■ Booth v,Cooper; Earley v. Bcasley, Mbrris v. Welfare, ■ Tizell v. HatvrU1, Hartley v. Campion, Saltern v. Moine. Saltern v. Browne, Cooppr v. Anklnnd. The plaintiff, was ucn.suitcd in the ctso of Lyon' v. Eeilly Two HirxDiirir PotKTDS JimignicTJoy. Verdicts for the-phiintiffs were returned -in the follow ing cnaes:— • • • • ' • Archil. Aitcliinson v. Clnrko and another-" Tmelovp* v. Matthews, Newman v. Matthews, 'Siittori r».Saml>iiKiiiU' Davidson v.' Wilson, Median v,' Callaglmn; Wall':v» Guthrie. Brady v. Clenry. Lyon v. Aitthison. • In tlie case of Herbert v. Wilson the' plaintiff was ndn snited. ' 4J200 JuniHDioTios. Messrs. Nenle and Hnverfield Assessors. WILLIAMS v. WILLIAMS     The was an action for slander. Mr. Lysaght app...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 December 1855

"jlJIv. H. T. JAMF.S, Hcwtlwote. is up- ' ill puinlpil our ii^ent, for the M'Tvor, Uonllmrn niul 11 H'rriw districts, liv whom sulworipliunn anil advertise ments will bo received.

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1855. THE REPRESENTATIVE NOMINEEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 December 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGBKSSION, OUIt HIQIITS, AN'7> Olltt ItKSOt'KGI'S. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 33, 3055. , THE EEl'ltESENTATIVE NOMINEEE. In aceor4ance with our intimation in ..a former issue that Dr. Owens had'hcen ofiered a scat in the Legislative Council as a nominee, that gentleman's appointment was duly gazetted on Friday last. "Whatever !the motives .which actuated His Excel lcucy in making this appointment,—whether it was made from a sens? of justice that he; was pledged; to some. extent to recognise the choice of the dig gers, or-a desire to propitiate the population of .the goldfields, it must he confessed that it is a graceful concession to the popular voice. We have no great Jove for the nominee element, and no exalted idea of the services it can render to the public under any circumstances, stamped even with tho imprimatur of public opinion as in the present case. We have no faith in the responsibility which depends only upon the will of the person who should be respo...

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