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LAND SYSTEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 8 November 1856

LAND SYSTEMS. . I The Empire has the following re marks in reviewing several land sys tems now under discussion in and out of the New South Wales Legislature. Land i Land ! is the cry in all the Australasian colonies : There are many questions'"which press into notice. Ought the auction system of sale to be continued ? If it ought, should tile twenty-shillings upset price be continued? Or should it be continued uniformly, for ' all qualities and positions of agrarian allotments ? If it ought not' to be continued, ought there to be a uniform price for all < country acres ? Should that uniform price be as high as one pound ? Or should it be, not uniform, but regulated by quality and position ? If one pound be too high for a ' uniform price, . what would be the proper pricer What are the principles that ought to guide to a decision of roost of tlies J questions^-should they relate rather to the completer seulement, the broad and ultimate interests of the country,, than to th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL COURT. Thursday 6th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 8 November 1856

j Thursday hth November. " j Present :-The Chairman, and Messrs. Gillies, Baker, Yates, Fraser and Abreos. Harle v Bansford and Party.-Mr Bainy for defendant. Plaintiff said he was f urnisher for the claim No. 2 Miner's Right, for a sleeping ninth, free of all expenses, and the party having nearly washed up he wanted a division or a guarantee that the gold should be lodged in Ure camp. The patty had refused to shane the gold with him. For the defence it was stated that no refusal had been made ; they had only been washing up a day or two. and had no divisiou yet. Plaintiff was not to order the party what to do with the gold; Plaintiff rejoined that, he. had reasons for . wishing to get thc. gold lodged in the camp, as he had been told he should have only a half share instead of the full share ; alleging that hehad no right tb any more than a ninth share I of an ordinary sized claim. The Court dismissed the case with costs, telling plaintiff that he ought not to have brought the men ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RISING STORM IN ITALY. (From the Times of August 20th.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 8 November 1856

I THE HISIXO 8TOB1C. Iii 11 Kilt. \ I _ffrom the Time» cf August ZQth.J v\ ith the exception of the Sardinian possessions, there is not a square mile of the Italian Peninsula which is not ready for revolt. The 'first effective rising in any-one of the Italian States will set Italy in a blaze from one end to the oilier. At Naples, and in the Neapolitan provinces, the exasperation is at the the highest. Civilians can no longer tolerate the oppressions and espionage of the police. The galleys and prisons are crammed with un or tunate persons whose erjme is that they are susp«"Ctedof not wishing wadi to the Government the. King. In the last place, we may now say, as it is no secret, that the army itself, with the exception of the Swiss mercenaries, has been so disgusted with the King that the native regiments are ready to «jo over to the people on the first outbreak of hostilities. The Neapolitan troops, as far as the Government jean contrive it, are disseminated abolit in various fortr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 8 November 1856

- 1 FEAJfCE. ! The Emperor and Empress are to leave Paris to-day, August 18th, so that the affairs of state will again be suspended, for little is done in the absence of Majesty : indeed, it is quite possible that he will leave orders as on his departure for Plombières, forbidding any communications on foreign affairs to be addressed to him, unless of extraordinary importance. During the Emperor's stay in Paris several grave Cabinet Councils have | taken place. We may presume, there- j fore, that the immediate policy to be ; applied to Spain, Greece, and Italy bas been decided upon. The Emperor bad scarcely reached Paris when M. Seehach, the diplomatist who was used by Russia and Austria to bring about peace, made his appearance. He came, I am told, to assure the Emperor of Russia's fidelity and loyalty in reference to the treaty. The ule of Serpents, the frontier question, and the evacuation of Kars, were matters which must not be taken as implying any intention on the part of the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GEELONG AND BALLARAT, DIRECT LINE OF RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 8 November 1856

Th* Cöau^ *ñBukauSii^&Bto& 4fhmVmpwarô*«f 2000 , ^áginunresSSw^heen *b&àbtâtâG*âoag*b the j ineirwrîàl, «ind that he was now i¿ neerpt^f &1 letter fcoin Ballarat to the fiat more than 3008 fef&£|3Öacip*Lm^ 4vxo^4^ffi^ttlocs1%J^au«l9B signed it. tq^âeàiSm-,^^ *aaiv&r ^èi Ihre datèrent ih^iarbogiiem^Sie^ymaèoe by the gorem meinV of tim " the cornrmttrey passing up the golly fiom the present Ternunns,crossing lbs Barwon at Xeneofe aad-again north of JWMeyVJ?aUs-^ that application beniadetogoTernmentnir the estimated cost of eonstnicting eaeh«f Ate fire lines mentioned (and more especially of those marked 1 and 4 on government plan), and fo»* on receipt of snch im^rroadon «meeting of the Conmáttee be caned to malte Rangements for presenting thememorial to Excellency. Oedoytff Advertiser.

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 8 November 1856

"THIS BAT, ; . . At two o'clock. On account of whom it iiiay concern. 4 LAZARUS CO.. hare received _XJL. instructions from Mr Packwood, pro Geo. Ford & Co., carne**, to sell by ' auction, at their rooms, Moin-xoad 25 Packages and contents, To pay freight and charges. Tite above having been advertised four teen days and not claimed will be sold - "Without Beserve._ TUESDAY, lira NOVEMBER. By Public Auction, HEPBURN fe VAN HEMERT have received instructions from C. N. Bagot, Esq., to sell by public auction, on Tuesday next, the l l th instant, at the hour of 2 o'clock, 100 Head of Prime Heifers, near Calving, from a Dairy Station on the Murray. Without Beserve. SATURDAY, I5TH NOVEMBER. Ballarat Haces, 1856. 16TH, 17TH, 18TH, & 19TH DECEMBER. TTT WATERHOUSE has received in v V . structions from' the Ballarat and Creswick Turf Club, to submit to public competition, "at the George Hotel Yards, on Saturday, 15th instant, at 12 o'clock, The privilege of occupying the several...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 8 November 1856

BIRTH.     On the 6th instant, Mrs. George McCleverty of a daughter, stillborn.   DIED. On the 6th inst., at the Ballarat Hospital,   aged twenty-six years, John Stack, late of Tralee, County Kerry, respected by a large circle of acquaintance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 8 November 1856

L IST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS lying j t at the BALLARAT POST OFFICE, j THCOSDAT, «TH KOVEXBEB, 1856. A Anderson, Mr Andrea, fi fi Angel, Stephen Ar¿eü,T Archer, J W Archibald, lames F Archibald, Wm Arthur, Ur Armstrong, Dani » Armstrong, Wm Atkinson, itichd Ashman, ben Assip, lehn Avery, W N Ayrey & Nicoli, Messrs for Apotr Adams, Capt A Adorns, GA Adam, James Adams, Mr ' I Adanubn, WEH Allen, Mrs Allen, Frank ! Alesander, Moss Allmore Henry Allmend, Henry * AUardyce, Sand 1 Alford, "Wm Albrecht, H AngroTe, Bichard Au Jenson, J i Anderson, lohn, 1 ÈiiÊS M'Intoáb. Bacon, H ¿Bailey, E Bain, G Bain, David. Baker, JC 'Baldwin, Ioatt Band, lames Barre, Moos Barrett, Taos Barrett, Chas Barnes, «TT. . Barijon, for B Posch Barrington, Herbert Bassford, lohn Sates; George Bawden, lonna Bear, Joseph Beattie, M and w ! Beckman, H Beed, P P B«sed, Tbos Beggs, Hugh Begg, David Beger, A J Beecby.WH Beüey, Bicha Beldon, loba BeiL *Jr BelhW.E. Bennet!, E --? . Bennett, -Miss M Bennetts, 'f ¥ B...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STAR SATURDAY, 8TH NOVEMBER, 1856. CRESWICK. [From our own Correspondent.) November 7th. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 8 November 1856

THE STAR SATÜRDAY, 5th NOVEMBER, 1856. CRESWICK. [From our own Correspondent.) November 7th. The Local Court had a hard days work on Wednesday last, it having to sit nearly the whole of the day. W. H. Foster, Esq., presided in the room of Mr Amos, who has ' six weeks leave of absence. All the members were present. Eleven applications   were made for extended claims, erection of puddling machines, dams, &c., and nine for granting of licences, of which three were granted, the sum of £2 10s. being paid   in each case. The applications of Messrs Talbot & Party, and C. F. Nicholls & Party, each for five acres of worked ground on the Com- missioners Flat, were postponed for a week, and the applicants were ordered to furnish, in writing, a prospectus 'or plan of   Working the ground, the conditions on which they would accept the lease, and also to fix the boundaries of the ground required previous to the next weekly sitting of ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 8 November 1856

.a A¿rgrtiB«% Agent ^for ÜOs Jptuc^sL Mfi. JÖHS BÄEW lr Ágefflríü¿;¿áa jomad iäf feeswiefc' «id «fc 'Sättr gatty._;_ ' ' TUTB W. B. SMITH, of .«he NvoaW . JjX HMM* » ra^entfor ääs Jooriuü at Buninyong. ~-i(r . MAIN BOAB, BALLARAT. PRINTING in all ita branches executed with care and fidelity, sud in the neatest ?tuner, on the most economical terms. O BOOK WOBX, SUnSUHCB) 1 CIHCOLAKS, vCÄBB», BUL HEADINGS, AND HAND BELLS, Executed in a. superior style. Thu EtfaNithment poetesses a ¡great variety af TTM, ndtoU» Ar -í -: - Of the largest diraenaons, which caa be fur- ! lushed immediately on order., Jaanttegia OOM and Colored Xnlcfe. Boyal HailEstaffette Line o£ Coaches for Geelong. Leave every morning at Six a.rru BOOKING OFFICES -.-George Hotel, John AJloo's Chinese Restaurant, 1 loyal Mail HoteL Star Hotel, Universal Transit Office, and Washington HoteL G. E. BINSTEAD, Agent. BLOSSOMS' Y AB. Dj Branch Booking Office, For Good*, Farrels, Swags, $c. \ . Daily to and from Melbourne and G...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. Thursday, 6th November. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 8 November 1856

POLICE COURT. Thursday 6th November. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M.) Henry Rosenthall was charged with the manslaughter of one John C. Wells. Mr Dunne defended the prisoner. Constable Rothwell stated that he arrested the prisoner at 6 o'clock on Wednesday after- noon, for the manslaughter of John Wells. He wished the prisoner to be remanded until Mon- day next, in order to produce evidence. In this case the coroner's jury had returned a verdict of manslaughter against some person or persons unknown.       Robert Evans, who had been suffering from a temporary mental derangement from excessive drinking, was discharged, Dr Allison stating that he was now fit to be set at liberty.   SUMMONS CASES. . Eliza Johns v, James Wright- Mr Dunne appeared for the complainant, and Mr Trench for the defendant. This was a summons for an assault com- mitted on the first of this month. The com- plainant was a married woman, living at Golden Point, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 8 November 1856

To the Carpenters, Joiners, and Cabinet-makers of Ballarat. AMEETING of the above trades trill be held at the Swart Hotel, Dana ftrect, Township, on Saturday evening, the 8th instant, at six o'clock, for the purpose of taking into consideration the best means Cf carrying oat thc eight hour question on Eallarat. Fellew workmen attend ! Mining Congress. AMEETING of the above will be held at the Unicorn Hotel, on Saturday next, at 5 o'clock, p.m. By order, GEORGE FLETCHER, Chairman, pro tem. PUBLIC MEETING will be held on tlie Nightingale Lead West, on the ground, on Saturday, November 6 th, at Teu o'clock, for the purpose of appointing a Surveyor, and taking iii names of share holders from 2d upwards. All, parties not present will forfeit their shares. By Order of the Committee. To Welshmen on Ballarat. AMEETING will be held at tho Vic toria Hotel, Armstrong-street, at eight o'clock, on the evening of Saturday, the 8th inst , to take into co nsideration the desirability of raising sub...

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SUNDAY LABOR. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

stnsrbAir LABOR. I (xo, tne.JMttor oj ine.aiar.j j Sri,-As voa hare already opened the co knaaa'DÎt ih&-jStar, B.jaà. admitted correspond ence on this subject,--! beg likewise .to;ibe al lowed the same', privilege of expressing my views du "the qúastáoxf at issac- I fnlly.con curdn the feiäings sd Tadmirably adduced by your lost correspondent, and feel the inconve nience very muck to Save to toil on the. Sab* batíi¿;4héJ^day: ofrest" set apart: by our wise Creator;- in which we hare to succumb-' to the bad principies of those around us, and plod on, not knowing scarc^ one day front another, , and ali this chiefly: from cus tom. It may hare escaped the no tice ' bf .the' Local Court, or rather the..miners . in.:general as to the'causei of a great amount of Sunday work being execu ted, îîow, as far as Ï "can see¿ ip a great degree the existence of party walls between claims, or the familiar spare 'spargground' is an immense source of power for the desire of most men to have la...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE EAST INDIES AND CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

I THE EAST INDIES AND CHINA; ] Southampton, Thursday. - The Ava, steamer, has arrived -with the heavy portion of the East India and Otiina mails. The Ava. brings Prince Adalbert of Prussia amongst the passengers.. The Ava was' in collision with the- Blanche, of" Teign mouth, on the 2çth nit. îfot much damage done. The Andes, from Liverpool, reached Gib raltar in 5| days. Lieutenant Richard Wilson of the Second York Militia, died at Gibraltar on the 28 th ult.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

-^^^^^^^^PIIoTetTconvened ' -fcl*|SE9H^ TO&^^^^Ecussing the ' 9asr'z*Iz^n^B^HÍ^H .^n!«^aesiâoa which has yet C0rtt¿^j|BH ¿ie mining public is perhaps bf such^SST meartanea.to it, and none certainly has been ¡¡¿re Ismibry dealt with. Matters bf such im portance to the future prosperity of Vic toria inust not be so trifled wini, nor should' they be initiated at ¿ll by those manifestly incompetent to grapple with the task ; such introductions are calculated td retard still more the development of a system- which has already been too' long delayed, and to bring into contempt that which demands ^ our closest attention and study. * . ? I assert without fear of contradiction that ¡ tuts colony will in rears to come be the first ¡ quartz mining district on earth. And this is'ito ? random assertion, but the result of . two years close study of thc geological formation of the Victorian gold ticlds. And when tito so-called worked out leads arc reopened one after another and proper mach...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SUCCESSION TO THE THRONE OF GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

THE SUCCESSION TO THÉ THRONE _ OF GREECE. osas ion to the ÎSronëof (5reece^say¿^"pri- j vate letter from Munich of the 28 ch Aug. ) j have been carried cn with activity since the | arrival of King Otho. In addition to the j three protecting powers, Austria, as a near ally of our royal family, takes part in these negotiations The recent interviews be tween the Bongs of Greece and Bavaria at AscharFcnsburg was^ for .the purpose of agreeing on an. iden tic note to be addressed to the courts of" England, France, «ind Russia, to express the views of Jling Otho respecting the adoption of a Catholic Prince as bis successor. Prince Adalbert of Ba varia, and his young consort are daily ex pected here, and the intention of that prince in reference to the throne of -Greece will then be made public. People íromlhe Pereïan frontier report1 a complete failure of crops in all the dis tricts which hare been lately the seat of war in Asia. The failure, is attributed to the want of raiir.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CHOLERA. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

I . THE CHÖLERÄv ! Cholera is disappearing at Madeira. 5000 have -died out of 10,000 inhabitants. At Funchal the eases were reduced to five or six daily. At Porto Santo the cholera Was severe.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, 2nd December, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. I Tuesday, 2nd december, 1856. j In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, | there TOS agöod attendance of hon. members, j The Speaker" took the chair at ten minutes ! past three o'clock. Mr Wills handed in. sn ' amended vpro party qnalfication. Mr Lalor gave notice that on Tuesday next he would more for laave to introduce a bill ' to prevent the crime of horse-stealing. Mr Haines laid on tba table of the House copy of a despatch from the Secretary of State relative tó the Influx of Criminals Act. Also, Letter from the Royal Commissioners, acknowledging. the receipt of the con tributions of Victoria in aid of the Patriotic Fund, Regulations relative to the Chinese on the gold-fields, Report .f the proceedings of the University of Mel bourne, Local Court Regulations for various places, Supreme Court Rules, Return of the Expenditure under the i itzroy Ward Improve ments -Act, and Return of Friendly Societies registered during 1856. These documents were ordered to b...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Open Column. "For the opinions of Correspondents expressed here we are hot responsible; we give every phase of intelligently expressed opinion a place in this column, refusing no useful letter merely because its sentiments differ from our own." NATURALIZATION OF FOREIGNERS (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

" Fertile opinions of Correspondents expressed here we are hot responsible; we jjiveijevery phase of intelligently expressed opinion a , place in this column, 'refusing no use|ul let ter merely because its sentiments differ from ' oúrown/' KATTJEALlZATiON OF FOREIGNERS {Totke.EditorofiheStarJ SIB,-I would suggest to you to intimate to parties -who may wish to become naturalized; the opportunity of taking the required oath here on the 12th inst.,; before the Judge ol' tbe Supreme Court, and so ardid going tb Mel bourne. ,,-' - " .'. - - . . ! . adopt Úü form of memorial which7 with all other information on the subject, is published ? ? therein. ; Indy yours, PliÖViOEOT. .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

BALLAHAT GOLD CIRCULAS. | Since our last report,' the price of gold the produce of t\is field remains very firm at 78s 3d to 78» 6d per ounce,- with a very fair quantity offering, bot owing to the high figure given very large parcels from other fields have been sold in this market 'Thc gold office returns show as under : ozs. dwts. £ s. d. From Ballarat to Melbourne.... 11,570 15 11,906 0 0 Creswick to Melb. 1,660 H) OOO Ballarat to Geelong 6,275 5 130 0 0 Greswick to Geelong 0 0 0 0 0 Total.......... 19,406 10 12,036 0 0 DEPOSITS. There wcrron de posit 23rd Nov. 48,839 10 1,516 0 0 Deposited thia wk 3,335 0 0 0 0 Withdrawn do. 5,561 15 0 0 0 Balance 29th Nov. 46,592 15 1,516 0 0 BANKEN & DOUGLAS, Gold Brokers, Lydiard-street, Township.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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