- The Ballarat Times: Buninyong and Creswick Advertiser.
- Description of Work
- Incomplete - some torn pages
- Henry Seekamp (Editor and Sole Proprietor) [This scan courtesy of the State Library of Victoria], Ballarat, 21 October, 1854, 16 pp
This issue contains articles on diggers' grievances which were later to become issues in the Eureka rebellion. Articles include: editorial on the murder of James Scobie outside the Eureka Hotel and the subsequent public meeting called to find the perpetrators after which the Eureka Hotel was burnt down. "The Murder and Burning Down of the Eureka Hotel", "The Burning of Bentley's Hotel" (letter), "Sabbath Alliance", "Ballarat Trade Report", letter from "A Peace-Loving Digger" on the public meeting and destruction of the Eureka Hotel, petition to the Governor regarding the case of James Scobie, "The Late Inquest at the Eureka Hotel" (letter), letter on the robbery at the Bank of Victoria, "The Township Boundary", "The Gravel Pits", "The Russian Priesthood", letter on store-keepers' grievances (from "W.E.C"), letter on the Sabbath observance, "The Lily" (poem), "The Right Royal Game of Hunting the Golden Calf" (poem).