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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 December 1855

WANTED a Dressmaker, none but a good hand j need npply, at J. Samuels & Co., opposite the j liliiek Swan Hotel. G42o ANTED two respectable Girls as Waiters. Ap ply at the Sydenham Park Gardens. IV. Kramer. ()fl'2deci;i WANTED two superior Cows, with voting chIvus at foot. I'rico no object, if wull 'broken to bail. Apply to Mr. Homlry, dairyman, Uurnham Cottage, View Place, Sandhurst. lTdeolS ^ WANTED a biUmtion by a Young Man having had seven yearn' experience in n general store. Apply ut W. P. Simons', druggist, 7th White Hill. Itidecl3 WANTED a general Female Servant ; gorfd refer ences required, and liberal wages will bo given. Apply at tho Sir Charles Ilotlmm Hotel, 7th White Illll. 2<ldeel3 WANTED a Shoemaker, ono that can work on light and strong work. Enquire at Jones's, 7th White Hill. 4deel3 WANTED.—A Gentleman of steady habits wishes to obtain Lodgings with a quiet respectable family, where ho can have a room entirely to himself. Apply L. L., oliiee of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 December 1855

SaiMilmrst, Directory; . Adelaide observer ofei.ce.-gom bought. . • : " - , "riOp - American house restaurant, George Simpson, proprietor. Dinner on the table nt pne o'clock.-- " . ■ 323 jan31 ENDLGO HOTEL, Bridge-street. John Harney, ! proprietor. B BOARDING and DA'S SCHOOL.—Mrs. Birchall, Mitchell-street, Sandhurst, cottage above tlia resi dence of Jj,Mncphers6n;'Es(l 520feb27 C O.- 'M'DONilfTjD,' Lemonade and . Sodu-wate. ( Manufacturer, ,M rae-strcet. Late C. and J. 11'PoirtM. • , . (yOOtEli fc ftobathan, Military Tailors, Fall J> MA . Decl ■ walf, & JORDAN, Bosquet and Raglan Jk-*.. .Streets, White Hill# Hnmlefc; 7fch White Hill. jT\. \Y,; HAYCpCiK, ;\Yeighl>ritlgo I'roprietor,—and lOT* ^General Commission1 Ap;<irit, next the PosfcOfEce. Ta"T03jIaINGSW0RTH, number, Glazier, and Paper hanger, House and Sign Paintor, Market-square <fc G-. HOLMES, Ironmongers, Gunsmiths, and s Oil and Colonrmon, opposito the Exhibition, 31'Crae-street. fjan 1 JA...

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THE BENSON FUND. (To the Editor of the Bendigo advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 December 1855

THE 11 F.N SON FUND. | (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) Sir—I beg, through your columns, to inform the dig- gers that myself and others will sit near the Shamrock Hotel on Saturday next, commencing at three o'clock, p.m., for the purpose of affording them the opportunity of subscribing to the Benson Fund. I may further state that we are making progress, and hope soon to be able to announce that success has crowned our efforts. Dig- gcrs, a few more strong pulls together, and our object is gained. Mr. Editor, I have to thank you for the inter- est you have taken in this matter, and remain, dear Sir, Yours very truly, W. D. C. DKNQVAN. December 11th, 1855. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. Sir,—By inserting the following in your valuable paper you will oblige a Subscriber. To the diggers of Bendigo I would wish to make a few observations upon the government and its officials with regard to puddling machines now in operation on the diggings. In the first place a man is...

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SALE OF CROWN LANDS. Sandhurst, 10th December, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 December 1855

SALE OF CROWN LANDS. Sandhurst, 10th December, 1855. Lot. Area. Price. Name of Per Lot. Purchaser. a. r. p. £ s. d. 1..0 1 0.. 10 0 0.. William Millar 2 .. 0 1 0 .. 30 0 0 .. Do. :i .. 0 1 ,0 .. 10 0 0 .. Richard OwetiB 4..0 1 0 .. 20 0 0.. Peter Rodcn 5 .. '0 0 28 .. 10 10 0 .. Richard Owens C..0 1 0.. 17 0 0.. John Gory ' Suburban Lots, Lockwood. Price Per Acre. 1. 0 2 8 ... 4 0 0 Alexander Cameron   2. 0 3 30 ... 4 0 0 Do.     3 .. 1 112.. 5 0 0.. Dennis Cahill 4 .. 1 0 0.. 5 0 0.. Martin Butler, Junr. 5..1 0 0.. 4 0 0.. Joseph Moody 0 .. 1. 0 0 .. 4' 0 0 .. David M'Intyre 7.. 1 0 0.. 0 0 0.. Joseph Moody 8..1 0 0-.. 0 0 0.. Thomas Kennedy 9 .. 1 0 0 .. 10 0 0 .. Henry Groom 10 .. 1 0 0.. 0-10 0 .. Do. 11 .. 1 0 0 .. 0 10 0 .. Edward Merredew 12 .. 0 !) 8 .. 4 10 0 .. John Simmons Morris 13 .. 1 0 0 .. 5 10 0 ... Henry Groom 14 .. 1 0 .0 .. 5 10 0 .. Dnvid M'lntyre 15 .. 1 0 0 ..-4 0 0 .. Martin Butler, Junr. 10 .. 0 3 13 . v 5 0 0 .. Dennis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

MONlJAY, 1,7th DECEMBER. T? Capitolista, Storekeepers, Merchants, Bankers, and ■ General Trado of Melbourne and Uendigo. LMACPHER80N and CO. are instructed by i -Messrs, J.'S, Mooro (ind Co., U* disptioo of \'y pftblio auction, at Sandhurst, on Monday, the 17th De cember, Rt twelve o'olock, ' The following- valuable Freehold Property and Iron tores i— "r J<otNo, 1.—A corrupted galvanised [ronStorewith offioes, collars, alielvinfta, counters, and useful fittinjja, having frontage of 28 feet by a, depth . ; of 70 :feet,; wiih back yard and outbuildings. .This building is aituatad in one of the moat con? tral positions of Bepdigo, at the corner of Pall Mall and Bull ^street, and ia at pjesent occupied ■ by, the Proprietors, who for some time past lmvo ; carried.on a lucrativo business, Those premises are well known throughout the diggings, and will . ,,command a rental of £300 per annum. tot No. 2.—Store occupied by Messrs. Jacobs and Solomon, adjoining the above, having a f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

ANTED a Dressmaker, none bnb a good hand need apply, at J. Samuels & Co., opposite the Black Swan Hotel. 642c ANTED two superior Cows, with young calves at foot. Price no otife'ct, if well broken to bail. Apply to Mr. Hembry, dairyman, Buruham Cottage, View Place, Sandhurst. 17deol5 WANTED.—A Gentleman of steady habits wishes to obtain Lodgings with a quiet respectable fnmilv, where ho con havo a room entirely to himself. Apply L. L., office of this paper. 677c TIT"ANTED a Cooper, a cask maker. No other need W apply to J. Ball, cooper, Bull-street. 24decl5 WANTED Reapers, at Mr. Cuttn's Station, Loddon River, to cnt about 40 ncrei wheat and 30 acres oats. Wages, £1 per acre. Apply at the Station. 18decl5 WANTED Tinsmiths at the Bendigo Tin Shop. 682dec20 "ITTANTED immediately, a middle sizo Conking W Stove. Apply at the Sandhurst Hotel, Market square. 5decl5 WANTED a Situntion by a Young Mun, as teacher, storekeeper, or barman. Address M. T,, office of this paper. 4dec!5 WAN...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. 14th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

SANDHURST WtODUCE MAIIKET. IItb December. 'Generally quiet and littles olinqce of (} re-action this year. \Yo rail qqotp little or no clijinge in prices ex .tepiin ' Flour—Qwii)j fo advices of large arrivals in AIol Jinnrne prices have fallen. We are obliged to rciluce our quotations £10 per tqn. Stocks ligl)t. ' Qats—JJqqtch, quiet." ' 'Bran-Tquiet. Hay.—:paten, father pasier. The ponfracts to supply pur police stations liave been accepted at .£18 per toil, from which we may reasonably suppose that prices -yvill mle lower duriiiff the ensuing, year. The 'niarkef at jiresent is ratlier bare". Our qnotaljon.f are as fpjlow?:— . Flour.—Adelaidp, *53 per tot); " Chilian, £50 dq. Oats.—Scotch, iOs. Ud. to lls.per bushel." Bran.—-Is. :ld. iu -is. I)d. per bushel, V. Hay.—Oaten, X'lU per toil. Suj;ar.—Mauritius, ijip-k, .C30 p.er ton ; yellow (Jo., fi.O do ; C'osssipqj-e. 5d, uer lb. Rice.—£111 per ton. . Candleo.—Beiniorit, 1$. Oil. per. lb. : " Pickles.—I'int, Us. (Id. per ilqzqn; quart...

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FUTURE PROSPECTS OF THE ALLIES. (From the Morning Post.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

FUTURE PROSPECTS OF THE ALLIKS. (From the Mominn Post.) Wo have nothing to fear from tiie North Fort. It will soon be ours. We command its fate with certainty. It cunnot hold a large garrison, and the troops encamped near it or in its neighbourhood are in a most pvecarious condition. The army of General Liprtindi, on Macken zie's Heights, is in great wnut of water, and provisions are scarce. In the southern side of Sebastopol great quantities of provisions must have been destroyed, and 011 the north side there are no sufficient places of depot for any sufficient amount of stores. The road to the North Fort is commanded by our position at Eupatoria, to which we arc now free to trans port large and adequate forces to cut off the communi cations of the fort, to take the armies in the rear, and menace the safety of ever)' Russian in the Crimea. Of two things, one, either we shall menace their position*, and force them to battle or capitulation; or they will play the desperate game, and ...

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MELBOURNE. Argus Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

MELBOUHNE. ' Ariius QHigg, Thursday Evening. Tl\ere is no qhange in the gold market, the price re limining at £:) 15s. per ouijce, buyers. Duty was paid mi Bimie packages! of tiuiif.ll value at the Customs, t|nd the y\tlmiral cleared put for Lonjluu with a fqtal of 31,00!) ' > ounces.' ' ' _ The cargo of flouf ex Melbourne, from plnlj, was sub mitted to publip competition, ut the auction robins of Messrs. Symons and Perry, on Thursday morning. TJjerj! was u Imp! jiiuslpr ol' the frade itnil of jobbers. The whole of-the cargo was knocked down at per ton, the terms bqitig ctisl). The bran realised' Sis. 2d. per builiol. ^1'he Plumstqud came tjp the Bjiy fin TJjjir^Jny pfflrn itig.i'rWn Calcutta, with apargo of rice, wl|eut, and other > grain. The Xlaplme has brough^ a general cargo from London. Tlje jjfercedes pontes, from Talqahuiia, and . , tlie Emily,Dpjvning, from Valparaiso, both Cliilian porfa, liijve together qbpiit 1,400 tuns of (jremlatuff} on board. . ' The C'nstoijis ...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. ExTiuoimisAnr Case op Muiideb.—By our last Jtd yices, we leurn tliat on Wednesday, the "!rd October, Bridget Xlurforil and W. E. Dodd, a ticket-of-leave uian, limi been tried nt tlie Pertli Quarter Sessions, before his Honor W. H. Mackie and a bench of Magistrates, for the murder of the husband of the femule prisoner. The moin facts ond features of the cose are these:—John Hurford, a wealthy settler, lind married a widow much younger than himself, with whom he lived no unhappily tlmt at length their differences led to feelings of dire animosity and almost deadly strife. The unrelentiug woman not only contemplated his death, but determined to accomplish It, and preparatory thereto engaged a tie ket-of-leuve mail, named Philip Dixon, to forge, a will. This being done, she bribed another ticket-of-leavc man, named Dodd, by the promise of a sum of money, toge ther with a horse called Turk, usually ridden by her husband, to put him to death. Hurford seems to lmve had a...

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SYDNEY SOVEREIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

" pyuNfiY-' SOVEREIGNS. "Tlidjoilovtfnssrfonpjjus statement appear^ ifi the Inst Miuiibcr of tjw Wpjttgo Advertiser:—•• We t.cg to cau tion the public against receiving the Sydney coinage lipfM at pnr. An they aje subject to flte export duly they tire leas in value iluui tl|e Imperial sovereigns, which is not suhjeef. to this tux. No mutter how often a Syduev , isovereiga may be impoifc4 PC expofted it is subject to ^ the same djuy each time <)f its exportation. lj, is taken a{ the Melbourne banks at a discount of one shilling in tjie pound, i.e., a Sydney sovereign is worlli ill this fOlftny only 19s., anil a half-soveregn !ls. (id." In the <Jold.imtif« Act " Current coin of the irulm'' is specially fxcrojijcd front duly, and although the pernicious in lllieuci; jrf (he foreign bunks over the Government has ijiitheiln jjiwi'li!the Sydney sovereign from being pro ■ claimed |i legal tender, there can be 110 doubt of its tying " u current coin." Koine of (he bank...

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MOUNT BLACKWOOD. (From the Argus Correspondent.) FARWELL DINNER TO DIL. OWENS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

Mount blackwood. (From tfutArum Correspondent.) FARKWKT.L DT.SKKII TO Dll. 0WEX9. On the departure of Dr. Owens from Mount Black wood, the lending residents in the district decided upon giving a dinner to that gentleman, previous to Iiis taking liis stilt In. thn Legislative Council as non-elective mem ber. The dinner wu3 given at Brigg's Hotel, Camp street, Golden Point. The eliair was occupied by David •Fitzpatrick, Esq. After the usual toasts the Chairman gave "The guest of the evening, Dr. Owens," which was drank with all the honors. The Chairman, in introducing the toast, stated that he felt proud to preside on such an occasion. He had known Dr. Owens ior three years. He liad watched all his political movements during tlmt time on behalf of the diggers, and he might truly say that the " guest of the evening" was the great diggers' advocate and staunch friend, He called upon Mr. Tilt to read some verses prepare^ for the occasion by'Mr. Wigan, which were very warmly cheered. Dr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

MR. II. T. JAMBS,"High-street, Hcalhcote, ia np pointed our agent fur the'Jl'Ivor, Gbulbnrn and Murrily districts, liv whom KUlwcrijitions and ndveitise mi'iiU will bo received.

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OVENS. (From the Ovens and Murray Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

OVENS. (From the Ovens and 3Iurrau Advertiser.) New AnmYAts.;—Tlie population of this district in now rapidly increasing, ami we expect Mint during tlic , ensuing summer wo simll lmve n population large enough . to devclope in some degree tbe reauurces of this gold fleld. Tlie minors must come tip here when the water . begins to fail them elsewhere, ami us the average earn ings of the diggers on the lower gold-tields are now bomcwhat diminished, it is reasonable to suppose that i tlie rush to the Ovens will be greater than that of the t ^preceding summers, and of a more permanent charac ter. We have particularly observed the large propoitiou - of recently ai-rived diggers who have coiue from Uullaumt and J'icry. Creek, Timr.u-Miu:.—A few days ago there was u rush to a tylace which has 'since been christened ' Stiicrr Flat,' and nbout !)00 holes were put down in a short space of time. 1 They were abandoned quite as speedily, however, for only one or two patties maunged to make it pay...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

TO COIUU3SPOXDEXTS. ThoLottcr of T. If. Vennelt referring to ft prftftejrionnl rn garment, la a prj.vawi matter, luivlnp no public :jdtorcst, and can only bo inserted as un advertisement. '

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FIERY CREEK. (From the Argus Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

FIERY CREEK. (From the Argus Correspondent.) Ascending the brow of a hill that loads from Burn Sank, otherwise Lexton^ih n southerly direction, you come on the .traoks of these diggings, distant frcmi the latter place some fqttrteen miles. At the time this " rush" took place, it was admitted on all hands to have been de cidedly the largest that ever took place " in the memory of the oldest," tee., and which, probably, might have amounted to between fifty and sixty tliousund souls. It appears a quiet stroke of business in the way of profit able returns 1ms been going on for some months, begin ning at the crown of the hill that runs in a southerly direction straight for the Yam Holes. The intervening spare, HOW all turned lip, is about some five or six miles. ' T he lead from the above-mentioned hill has been ex ceedingly rich, the average depth of sinking about ten feet, and extending about three miles, has run into deep sinking, averaging about sixty feet, until meeting with the Yam...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

sn 1PPING INTHLlitG KNCE POUT OF MKLUOUltNi:. Annivui). December 11.—rCorsair, pilot schooler, from, the Filot Station—Sybil, schuoA??, from Adelaide* 1st iuatitiit, with fortr cu,biu and eight steerage payscngers. December lsi.— Plumstead, brig, from Culcntta. fith October, with two cabin imsscngeis-T-JSlnily Downing, Svn?i|uct Y^paruiso, I'.lth Soptombwi—Elizabeth, Vfcbqonef, ftMm Port Fairy, 0fli instant—Daphine, sliipl from Gfiivescnd, 27tU August, with two cabin passengers —Champion, s.s.s., from Portland, 11th insiuut, with .ten cabin and twenty-live in tl\c lore cabin. * December liJ.—Voyagem*, schoonc^fjpm Adelaide, 29th ult., with two cabin Qnd sis 'Uecrugo passengpri—Mary Smith, schooner, fifom Adelaide, 7 th instant, with twenty* two cabin, ftndteu ftteeragc passengers—Matador, barque, :iVom Adukido, f)th in*tantx with one cabin passenger— i?'>XRF<W-V> from Qeelong—Indemnity','ship, from I.undpn, •>Ut August, with one cabin passenger—Agnes, schooner, •...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

•:lahsiliM'sfc Directory, "U DEfciilDE OBSERVER OFFICE.—Gold bought. foL . U9o •i..l'MWCAK HOUSE RESTAURANT^ ' George Simpson, proprietor. Dinner on the table •• a*i one o'clock. 323 jan31 ^ : - — / i fOENDKJO HOTEL, Bridgo-Btreet. John Harney, • '.D proprietor. B' ' OA SIDING and DA"K SCHOOL.—Mra. Birchall, Mitchell-street, Sandhurst, cottage above the resi •■idenie of(L. Maopherson, Esq 520feb27 G .O. M'DONALD, Lemonade and 6oda-wato. » Manufacturer, M rao-streot. Lnto C. and J. JI'Donald. -',/^IOOPER & EOBiATHAN, Military Tailors, Pall r V MalL , Decl G kBS. WALL & JOKDAN, Bosquet and Raglan ' -'Streets, White Hills Hnmlet.. 7tn White Hill. W. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, • and' general ComwiaBion Agent, next tlio Post Office. fOLLINGSWORTH, Plumber, Glazier, and Paper hanger, Honso and Sign Painter, Market-squaro & G. HOLMES, Ironmongers, Gnnsmiths, and • ' - Oil irtd CoTourmen, oppewito tho Exhibition, M'Crae-street. janl 3 ACOBS . <6 SOLO...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. 14th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

: SAMUilUltST STOCK MARKBT. llsli December. Qnr inarkettliis week lias been exceedingly (lull, a^d very little business lias been clone. The few tliat have changed lMiiids'brougbt very low prices. ,Onr quotations are as follows: ' Common hacks}'£!> ■ to 4?18; good do. and light •harness, .t'20 to £30; good draiight, £30 to £05; henyy do., 'nominal. •• Tip carts. .L'ilti. Sheep.—We have for sale and will offer on Monday next at our new shepp Vijrds, Back Greek, 700 fat wethers «rul' lambs; tilt;-result of which-will be given in our •next rpport. ■' ■ " Xj. MACPHERSON & pp., Auctioneers, ■ " Horse Bazaar, I'ah Mall. * 7 ' Jones's Horse Repository, • Bendigo, liereniber lrlth. Business'lias been somewhat brisker this week, nnd we •Jinve effected sales of some heayy draught ljorses, at from £50 to .C(i:). * • !l:|je approaching races do .'not. appear to influence price.-!, hilt a liili (jf rail) qn Syi!ay laqt created a 'ref!B)yC(l demand fiir poorer slock. Rough bucks, £10't...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 December 1855

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. . SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, . , Friday F.vdniu ' tThe pricft of gold is £3 l*ls. Oil. per on^ec.

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