Eureka Stockade:Weekly report from Gold Commissioners, Rede’s account of the burning of Bentley’s hotel

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Among other reports in these documents dating from November 1854, Resident Gold Fields Commissioner Robert Rede gives his account of the burning of the Eureka hotel on 17 October.

Record Citation: VPRS 1189/P Unit 92, J54/12471
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Date: October 1854
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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-001.jpg J/54 12471 Regis 9 Nov

Date 8 1854 Chief Commissioner of the Goldfields to the Honourable the Colonial Secretary. Reporting on the states of the Goldfields for the week ending October 21st 1854.

Office of Commissioner of Goldfields Melbourne 8th Nov 1854

Sir , I have the honour to forward for the information of His Excellency the Lieutenant governor the reports of the officers in charge of the Gold fields as to the state of their several districts during the week ending 21st October1854.

2. In this district a disturbances of a very aggravated character resulting in the wilful destruction of the Eureka Hotel has caused great excitements amongst the miners – and the consequence has been that mining operations have not been vigorously prosecuted during the week at the working near the scene of the victory. D. 3262 C. S. 54/427

Six enclosures

Referred for the attention of the Chief Crown of Gold Fields. 13/11/54 J. Moore Ballarat

Read Find the amount Of licence fee collected at Sandhurst during the four previous weeks. C. S Nov 10/54


The Honourable The Colonial Secretary Melbourne

Castlemaine


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-001v.jpg I need add no comment to the account given of the circumstances of the riot by the Resident Commissioner, as His Excellency is in possession of full particulars of the occurrence. At Creswick Creek, some very rich ground has been opened the depth of sinking averaging 18 feet only and the fields of gold as much as 8 ounces to the tub. The result of the deep sinkings at the Yam Holes has not yet been ascertained. One shaft has already been carried drawn to the depth of ninety (90) feet without reaching he bottom. The report of Wardy Yallock digging is unfavourable and the population is decreasing.

3. The number of miners at the Maryborough Gold Fields has diminished considerably and, is likely to continue to do so as the dry season advances. The vicinity of Daisy Hill is now occupied by about 2000 miners who entertain good expectations of the result of their operations. The population of Avoca and the Pyrenees remains steady.


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-002.jpg steady. The miners remaining at Maldon are for the most part very profitably employed in washing the piled stuff. Some new ground has also been opened which promises well and the yield of the quartz veins is encouraging. From Golden Point to Forest, Fryers, and Campbells Creek the reports are favourable and much activity may be looked for when the advance of the season has reduced the amount of water in the flute so as to render them workable.

4. At this field the want of water is severely felt in consequence of which the miners are piling their washing stuff till an opportunity for washing it occurs. The quartz reefs still continue to be worked and in some cases satisfactorily. At Heathcote the population has decreased but the result of their labor is described as satisfactory. 5. No occurrences of interest is reported to have taken place into the Beechworth district during the week. Prospecting is


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-002v.jpg is extensively carried on but no discoveries of any importance have been made known. The high rate of wages current for laboring men (£1. Per diem) is a satisfactory evidence of the general prosperity of this Gold Fields. The behaviour of the miners is extremely orderly.

I have the honor to be Sir Your most obedient servant W.W Esq Chief Commissioner of Goldfields


Memo in accordance with His Excellency minute on 1st page of this report Amount of revenue collected at Sandhurst week ending 14th October - £ 20132,013 £
150,975 £approx2009
305,976 $AUDapprox2009
40,260 shillings
483,120 pence
7th October - 23202,320 £
174,000 £approx2009
352,640 $AUDapprox2009
46,400 shillings
556,800 pence
30th Sept - 19141,914 £
143,550 £approx2009
290,928 $AUDapprox2009
38,280 shillings
459,360 pence
23rd Sept - 14241,424 £
106,800 £approx2009
216,448 $AUDapprox2009
28,480 shillings
341,760 pence
Total £76717,671 £
575,325 £approx2009
1,165,992 $AUDapprox2009
153,420 shillings
1,841,040 pence

Average £1917.15.0 [signature illegible] Ch Com of Fields 14 Nov/54 entered 54/228 D 3315


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-003.jpg WEEKLY REPORT of Robert Rede Esq Resident Commissioner,

Ballaarat from Sunday, the 15th of October to Saturday, the 21st of October 1854.


N 54/286. Ballaarat 21s Oct 1854

Sir, I have the honor to state that throughout the * District

Which is under my supervision, during the past week:-

1. The conduct of the population has been generally … very bad at Ballaarat.

2. I estimate the population at …18,500 men 4,030 women and 3,030 children.

3. The increase since last report at …2,050 ” 400 ” decrease 390 ”

4. The Sanitary condition has been… On the field generally … )Very Good On the Camp … do The percentage sick in Camp ) One percent.

5. The licences issued during the week- Mining Value Total Value Yearly … 1. 8. Half – Yearly 1. 4. 1.802 Quarterly… 748. 1.496. Monthly 294. 294. Total 1.044 Stores Yearly … Nil Nil Half – Yearly 4. 100. 525. Quarterly… 15. 225. Monthly Nil Nil Total 19. £2.127.-

6. The amount of Gold deposited- For Escort 9.494 oz. 5 X)11.973 oz. For Deposit 2.478 z. 15

  • Here insert “District” or “Gold Field,” as the case may be.

† Here insert “In” or “De” as the case may be. ‡ “Percentage” with regard too all persons resident on Camp

The Chief Commissioner of Goldfields Melbourne


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-003v.jpg General Remarks

1. I have the honour to forward my report for the week ending 21st instant The Gravel Pits in consequence of the late disturbance have been doing but little during the week, the Eureka, Red Hill and the Canadian the same.

2. Creswick Creek is fast populating and some of the miners are doing well.

3. At the Yam Holes the people are still waiting anxiously for the result of the deep sinkings on the Flat, one hole is down 90 feet and not bottomed. Mr. Foster who was there during the week issued a few licences, but the greater part complained they had no police protection I purposed sending some as soon as the force is not as urgently required at Ballarat. At the Wardy Yallow – people are returning from these diggings reporting unfavourably of them. Mr. Foster will visit them next week.

4. Creswick’s Creek – one of the greatest rushes that has taken place on his Gold Field was made this week about half a mile from the Camp, at the foot of the Iron Hill, on the road to the Avoca, 4.000 persons are at work on the spot, the sinkings average 18 feet and very many have been bottomed with great success, eight ounces of gold to the tub is the average 18 have…Oct. 9th Confidential


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-004.jpg 18 have been washed.-

5. I regret to state that this Gold Field has been the scene of a most flagrant disturbance accompanied by burning and destruction of property, in consequence of a man of the name of Bentley of the Eureka Hotel having been dismissed by the Bench, on a charge of causing the death of one Scobie was found dead, on the 7th I had inquiries made as to the sentiments of the person who would attend and was assured on all sides that it was to petition the Government and give a demonstration of their feelings as to the way the case against Bentley had been conducted. On Tuesday morning having been shown by the Police Magistrate a letter from Bentley in which he stated his house and property were in danger, I communicated with the Inspector of police requesting him to have all his disposable force in the immediate vicinity of the Meeting, I also wrote officially to the Officer commanding the detachment of the 40th Regiment, to hold his men in readiness in the event of their being required. I had warned. Mr. Assistant Commissioner Johnston to attend as Magistrate according to instructions in Circular No. 54/34 but on it being represented to me that


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-004v.jpg to me that Mr.Johnston had sat on the bench in Bentley’s case I thought it might irritate the persons assembled and then sent to Eureka to Mr. Amos but that gentleman not being on his station I called on Mr. Green provided him with the Riot Act and went with him and the Inspector of Police to within 100 yards of the meeting. I took these precaution merely as a precaution and not with the remotest idea that anything would occur; the people when I saw them were few in numbers and perfectly quiet, I went on to the Eureka Station to stay there till it was over and afterwards to see some miners on the subject of leased grounds. Mr. Amos had returned, and half an hour after being there a messenger came from the inspector of Police, for me to proceed to the spot as the people were pulling down Bentley’s hotel, - I was on the spot within five minutes of the receiving of the message, on arriving in front of the Hotel I found a large mob pulling of the weather boarding and pelting the house with all sorts of missiles, the windows were all broken; I immediately dismounted and rushed in amongst the crowd, I faced several of the most mischievous to desist from demolishing the house, and then mounted on the sill of a broken window: I tried to address the mob there were a great number


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-005.jpg great number surrounding the place on all sides, I do not think less than four thousand persons were assembled – the persons immediately surrounding me were so clamorous that it was impossible to make myself heard I narrowly escaped several stones that were thrown at me Mr. Amos was then called on and he spoke for a minute when the looting commenced indeed it was evident that the mob did not wish us to speak fearing the bystanders might be induced to withdraw. I then called in the military, I ordered them to occupy the house turn everyone out no sooner had the Military occupied the house than the Bowling Alley, which communicated with the house, was discovered to be on fire; the former was of very thin spit boards with a canvas roof and the house was built of very slight materials, a strong wind was blowing at the time and in less than half an hour the whole was consumed. As soon as I discovered the house was on fire I ordered the police to save as much of the property as possible and had the soldiers placed as sentries round to protect it, from the rapidity with which the flames spread very little was saved. A report that the Camp would be attacked that night caused the whole of the Camp to be on the defensive during the night: a reinforcement of 35 mounted men and 17 Foot Police having arrived on the evening of the 19th Instant, on the following morning two persons


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-005v.jpg persons were arrested. McIntyre and Fletcher they were bought up before the bench who committed them for trial to Geelong: On Saturday the 21st Instant a deputation waited on the Magistrate to take bail, which was given, there had been a meeting of which I had no previous information, or some Magistrates would have been present, and a large crowd presented themselves at the Camp – they were quiet and withdrew assured that the men were out on bail. Though these disturbances were caused from the circumstance before mentioned still I have every reason to believe that neither the numbers concerned or the violence of their proceedings would have been so great had it not been from a state of irritation which has existed for some time past in consequence of the rigorous search for Licences, the men who take out their Licences being those most harassed by it. Another circumstance which will form the subject of a separate communication viz the fining of Johannes Mc Gregory, a servant to the Catholic Priest for obstructing a trooper in the execution of his duty caused considerable irritation against the Government Authorities. I have


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-006.jpg 6. I have been amongst the miners on the diggings unattended since the above circumstances have transpired and have not met with the slightest insult or disrespect.

Have the honor to be,

Sir

Your most obedient servant

Robert Rede

Resident Commissioner


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-007.jpg WEEKLY REPORT of J. E. N. Bull Esq Resident Commissioner,

At Castlemaine from Sunday, the 15th of October to Saturday, the 21st of October 1854.

N 54/286. Castlemaine 24th Oct 1854

Sir, I have the honor to state that throughout the * District Which is under my supervision, during the past week:-

1. The conduct of the population has been generally … very orderly

2. I estimate the population at …37.895

3. The ~ crease since last report at …nil

The Sanitary condition has been… On the field generally … )Good On the Camp … do The ‡ percentage sick in Camp ) Four

5. The licences issued during the week- Mining Value Total Value Yearly … £ 8. 2 16”0”0 Half – Yearly £4 3419”0”0 Quarterly… £2 .1359 2718”0”0 Monthly £1. 685 685”0”0

StoreKeepers Yearly … £50 Half – Yearly £25 4 100”0”0 Quarterly… £15. 20 300”0”0 400”0”0 Monthly £3819”0”0

6. The amount of Gold deposited- For Escort 16898 oz. Cash £ 2318”0”0 For Deposit 13918 oz ~ 2433”0”0

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† Here insert “In” or “De” as the case may be. ‡ “Percentage” with regard too all persons resident on Camp


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-007v.jpg General Remarks

Nothing has occurred during the week to disturb the tranquillity of the district and although a little excitement was observed on arrival of the news of the disturbance at Ballaarat, it was not sufficient to cause the slightest suspicion of disaffection. There is a decrease in this weeks revenue but I am unable to assign the cause. Avoca Mr Commissioner Fenwick reports a decided increase in the population at Amehurst and this has been caused by a new “rush” in that direction which will be spoken of more fully under the head of Maryborough. At the Avoca and Pyrenese the population continued steady and maybe quoted at three thousand five hundred. In mining operations nothing of importance has occurred worthy of note. The licence collections for the week show an increase over the last return being for miners four hundred and ninety eight pounds and storekeepers one hundred and five pounds. Maryborough. The population at this Gold Field is decidedly on the decrease being reduced to eighteen thousand (18000) and as the summer advances a further diminution will follow. The rush to Mc Cullins Creek spoken of in my last has extended in the direction of Daisy Hill at which place there are about two hundred people and fresh arrivals are hourly taking place Commissioner Templeton reports that


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-008.jpg the miners express themselves very sanguine with the regard to the result of the fields from this new ground. This change in the population will alter my plans of forming a station at Mc Cullins Creek, and it will now be more expedient that Daisy Hill should be reoccupied, and moreover this arrangement will surmount the difficulty there exists under the present police policy that no new station can be formed or police rewards without special authority being first obtained from allotment, but an old station can be requested without such delay and must necessarily account under the existing regulations – and which is so desirable at the present time when the police are so much required in other districts.

At Burnt Creek there has been a rush to the White Hill, about four miles higher into the creek but I am unable at present to state in what repute this new ground is being held by the Miners. He station at Bet Bet is in the course of formation and will take in this rush as well as Jones Creek. The licence collection for the weeks are satisfactory being (1472) one thousand four hundred and seventy two pounds, which includes both the miners and storekeepers. At Mount Franklin the increase in the population is estimated at one hundred and there is a proportionate increase in the Devout Commissioner Hamilton having been engaged the greater portion of the


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-008v.jpg the week in conducting the land sales at Hepburn has been prevented giving so much of his time to the district as he usually does but reports that the greater portion of the new comers are at work above Wombat Flat and are doing well. The diggings at the Blind Creek on the Balaarat Road are not turning out favourably no lead having been discovered there. The revenue for the week from this field is (204) two hundred and four pounds for Escorts 989 oz of gold and £1555”13”6 in cash.

Maldon This field remains without much attention. Some new ground has been opened which promises to turn out well but the majority of the miners are working old piled stuff which rewarding them handsomely, some parties who are working quartz veins are very sanguined with reference to the yield and when machinery of a better description is brought into operation. I expect there will be a reaction at this field. The collection for licences are not so satisfactory as I could desire being only One Hundred and thirty nine pounds for the week. Fryers Creek his field maintains its population and the miners generally express themselves satisfied with their earnings. The revenue for the week is Four hundred and thirty pounds. At Golden Points, Forest and Campbells Creek the miners are doing well and the old ground is being taken up very fast and will when the flats became unwatered by the dry weather, I have no doubts be much resorted to, especially by those who are acquainted and have worked in them previously. The Roads are in tolerable repair and no fines have been inflicted for encroachments. The Commissioners as will be seen by their respective diaries have given proper attention to the revenue by looking well after the unlicensed miners.

I have the honor to be Sir Your most obedient servant (signature unclear) Resident Commissioner


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-009.jpg District Report

WEEKLY REPORT of I.A. Parson Esq Resident Commissioner, At Sandhurst from Sunday, the 15th of October to Saturday, the 21st of October 1854.

N 54/42. Sandhurst 21st Oct 1854

Sir, I have the honor to state that throughout the * District Which is under my supervision, during the past week:-

1. The conduct of the population has been generally … very orderly

2. I estimate the population at …15, 000 men and 7500 women and children

3. The increase since last report at …500 men

The Sanitary condition has been… On the field generally … )healthy On the Camp … do The ‡ percentage sick in Camp ) Two percent

5. The licences issued during the week- Mining Value Yearly … “ Half – Yearly 2 £1610 Quarterly… 656 Monthly 290 Total 948 Store Yearly … “ Half – Yearly 6 £225 Quarterly… 5. Monthly Total 11 Total Value 1835 6. The amount of Gold deposited- For Escort 9439 oz. )= 10859 oz For Deposit 1420 oz For escort to Adelaide 17 oz - 10dwts ______________________________________________________

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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-009v.jpg General Remarks

No 3. I attribute the increase in the population to the return of miners from Maryborough. No 6. The deposits withdrawn from the Gold Offices during the past week amount to 1121 oz Gold and £373 cash, leaving a balance in the office of 18132 oz 10 dwt Gold and £8303 cash. Police 7 The police have been out four times this week in search of unlicensed miners and storekeepers, they have also been engaged in patrol and guard duties. Buildings 8 The buildings on the camp and in the township are daily improving. Roads 9 The Roads throughout the district are in very good order. Gold Workings 10 Nothing of importance has occurred in this district worthy of notice during the past week. The miners for the most part are employed in stacking up their washing stuff in expectation of having rain shortly sufficient to enable them to proceed with washing part of their avocation. The want of water is very much felt, particularly in the back gullies. The quartz reefs throughout this goldfield are still being worked steadily, and I believe in some instances is satisfactory. The piece of ground lately opened near the Race Course is also turning out very well. The tents on that portion of Pall Mall fronting the camp are now nearly all censored, it is my intention to let the prisoners to work there on Monday morning in clearing


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-010.jpg in clearing away rubbish and filling up the numerous holes in that locality.

11 The duties of the several officers of this district proceed satisfactorily.

I have the honor to be Sir Your most obedient servant Robert Mackenzie Commissioner in Charge for the Resident Commissioner

The Chief Commissioner Of the Gold Fields Melbourne


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File:01189-P0000-000092-0390-010-011.jpg District Report

WEEKLY REPORT of JV Willoby Esq Resident Commissioner,in charge at Heathcote from Sunday, the 15th of October to Saturday, the 21st of October 1854.

WR 42/54. Heathcote 23rd Oct 1854

Sir, I have the honor to state that throughout the * District Which is under my supervision, during the past week:-

2. The conduct of the population has been generally … very orderly

2. I estimate the population at …570 men and 440 women and children

3. The decrease since last report at …50 men ad 40 women and children

The Sanitary condition has been… On the field generally … )healthy On the Camp … The ‡ percentage sick in Camp ) nil

5. The licences issued during the week- Mining Value Total Value Yearly Half – Yearly Quarterly… 19 £38 £ Monthly 12 £12 31 Storekeeper Yearly … Half – Yearly )Nil Nil Quarterly… Monthly Total £50 The amount of Gold deposited- For Escort 276 oz.) For Deposit 401 oz For escort to Adelaide 17 oz - 10dwt

  • Here insert “District” or “Gold Field,” as the case may be.

† Here insert “In” or “De” as the case may be. ‡ “Percentage” with regard too all persons resident on Camp


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-011v.jpg General Remarks

Nothing of importance has occurred during the week. 7. The Yield of gold is still highly satisfactory considering the few miners engaged on this goldfield, and I feel confident that the majority of it is forwarded to Melbourne by private conveyance. An instance came under my notice this week in which more than one hundred owners were carried down by one person. – 8. I have accompanied the police three times during the past week in search of unlicensed miners. –

I have the honour to be Sir Your most obedient servant (signature unclear) Commissioner in charge.-


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WEEKLY REPORT of William Turner Esquire Resident Commissioner, Beechworth from Sunday, the 15th of October to Saturday, the 21st of October 1854.


Beechworth October 21st 1854

Sir, I have the honor to state that throughout the * District Which is under my supervision, during the past week:-

1. The conduct of the population has been generally … orderly

2. I estimate the population at …4210 men, women and children

3. The increase since last report at …20

The Sanitary condition has been… On the field generally … )healthy On the Camp … The ‡ percentage sick in Camp )nil

5. The licences issued during the week- Mining Value Total Value Yearly Half – Yearly Quarterly… 231 £462 £549 Monthly 87 £87 318 Storekeeper Yearly … Half – Yearly )Nil Quarterly… Monthly Total £549 The amount of Gold deposited- For Escort 4575 oz. 10 dwt For Deposit 277 oz

  • Here insert “District” or “Gold Field,” as the case may be.

† Here insert “In” or “De” as the case may be. ‡ “Percentage” with regard too all persons resident on Camp


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01189-p0000-000092-0390-010-012v.jpg 7 The recumences of the past week within the district has been of a very general character.

8 The Commissioner at all the stations have made the usual inspection of licences. There have been seven convictions for unlicensed miners during the week. 9 the population has been slightly on the increase but wages still continue high, £1 per man being daily given by the mining parties of the Buckland and deep holes. 10 There appears to be great numbers spread over the country in prospecting parties, but no new discoveries of importance have been made during the week. 11 Good order has been maintained throughout the District. 12 Annexed-I have the honor to forward the Diaries of Commissioners Hood, Murray, Murphy, ?, and of Assistant Commissioner Gordon.

I have the honor to be Sir Your most obedient Servant

William Turner Resident Commissioner

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