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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

CHAMBEE t)P COMMERCE. Tba Committee of the Chamber of Commerce held their usual *lpèëkly meeting on Tuesday erenmg, 2im December. 1: Present- £. B. Gibbs; Esq., President, in fhVchWy Messrs W. B. Bodier, E. M'Kiece, J. P. Kierulf. W. B. Eobinson, S. -Smith, T. Dickson, F. iGtchison, and S. M'CaUám.1 í The Ghflirman stated that owing- to the ab- - sence of thc secretary he had written to Mr C. Byte, requesting his services-farlie occasion, which he had heen kiiid.eñóogh to grant." ~~ Mr Charles T)yte, Ia thé absence of the secretary, thea read the. minutes of the last i. meeting, which, werè confirmed. The Secretary was directed io write ta Mr Taylor,^tbe district surveyor, requesting him to - divide the lot on which the Chamber stands. The President was empowered, imder certain conditions, to purchase the ground on which -the Chamber of 'Commerce is situated, '-' iroMcneairrv. ... :> | "With regard to the formation of a Munia- I polity for Ballarat east, or sn extension of .the j...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. TRADE REPORT. Star Office, 3rd December. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

' TKADB BEPORTc ; ; Star Office, 3rd December: - These has been * steady trade doing throngh vnt the week. Large quantities of .merchandise of au kinda continua to come to hand, yet none $fthe'«tores appear by any means overstocked: We may therefore conclude that 'the demand is equal to the supply. Oar wholesale trade is ^evidently of a more steady character, titan at any former period, ft ism a great measure free from' the elmost'weekly fluctuations which it sb marked a characteristic of the retan trade of "Ballarat. The demand for spirits Ihronghoat the week" has been more' lively. As - thé weather*becomes' warm the inquiry for hght wines -and sie mad* porter ts better. . ' For provisions, prices'remain much the same. Prime butter is more firm than it has 'been for come'ame. Is.-4d.~is the lowest at which it can be bought There is considerable enquiry for prime English cheese, which is scarce. Fleur maybe quoted at 27*. to 281. With cartage ot 81 we>may expect this .article to ...

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TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

I . - TURKEY. i The diplomatic relations between Turkey and Russia have been renewed. It is a singular' coincidence that the new Kussian. minister has renewed the relations with the Ottoman Government through the medium of the very person, Enad Pasha, the minis tir of foreign affairs, whom Prince Menschi koff first slighted on his arrival, -and by that forced to resign.

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LOCAL COURT REGULATIONS. CRESWICK. Regulations made by the Local Court of the District of Creswick:— [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

LOCAL COURT BEGUIJLFIOJSS. j Eeg-dstiorifi made by the Local Court of the District of Creswick r- \ AAjLv. jippasaaona jor extension or Otnol gamaüan of <^*u.-Applications lor grants of extended claims^ or for an amalgamation of daims, mast be made to tbe Local Orari, who shall have power to allow the same ; and notices of -suck appucation most be posted, on the ground apphed for, and on the Local 1 Court-House, for a period of not less than seven (7) clear days, before airy such will be entertained. xxv. Slaughter Yard Sill Lead.-On the Slaughter Tard Sill. Lead, ou-account of the natural dimcoltieB which the ininers bare to contend wîth,'tiie claims already im'rbed out rc^lräe Steen jaweatad. InjIfflÊSt, HÜ Officer ^InBnÎBfi^? ^ Öaatten. on. tiie ï&idny of Jíorember,. 1856, jaursjn&t to ISlft-tons* ífo. 57, sec J 17. k * 1

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THE INSURRECTION IN SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

THE INSÜBEECTION IN SWÏTZEE LAND. BEBXJH, Sept, 3.-Daring the past week a royalist revolution broke out tn Neufchatcl. The royalists seized the chateau, arrested the committee of state,' and hoisted the Prussian flag. At Chaux de Fonds and the western por tion of the canton the populatiea have taken up arms. PARIS, Thursday. 8, p.m.-According to thc latest news the federal troops have taken the town, and the insurgent leader, Count Pour talis, has bjen arrested. Twelve Prussians were killed. , The Morning Post» Paris correspondent tele graps on Thursday monuhg-An insurrection took place yesterday in the canton of Neuf chatel. The cry of the insurgents was ' Vive Ie Roi.' The authorities are in the power of the insurgents." 'The Pott adds, in a note " This-risinç is, no doubt, in favor of - the long standing claims of the Sing of Prussia to the I territory of Neufchatel." j

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MUNICIPALITY OF BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

I MUNICIPALITY OF BALLARAT. ! Thc following Bye Law has received his Excellency's assent : . . . BYE-LAW KO. ll-FOE THE BEGÏÏIATIOX ASD GOVERNMENT OF BUILDERS AND NICHTStEX. coxvmoxs. Na builder shall commence erecting or pall or :frôm^fië^sa^^ thoroughfare or street, lane, court, alley, &c., ? to which the public may have access within the Municipality of Ballarat, without first obtaining a license from the Municipal Council to autho rise him to deposit such building materials. Before any such deposit shall be made, a good and sufficient boarding shall be placed round such materials, to the satisfaction of the'Coùncil or their officer ; and a light in a conspicuous position shall be kept barning from sunset to sunrise. No such materials shall encroach jnore titan one-third of the width of any road way, or so as to render any road impassible to vehicles. The footways and gutters must in all cases bt kept free. ' : 1. The license shall bc charged five shil lings, and it shall...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

I SPAT2Í. i - Madrid,' Sept. 3;-The Madrid Gazette an nounces the dissolution of the Cortes.

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FRONTAGE SERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

: «egnisiions mate öy ^ tiUoiiof Qtest^;*^ '.--:.»,.:?!--. '. :'" : ». Clat*iííeaticn^~Xhí auestablishedOT IBT. cognisedh^ds '«rigáijibBñy «Sahna shill 3» bf an ?maèfmite wioth until sncTile^ of gntters are; found, when the sxieattô«ia]bnsha& ingfe fheclassuBation.beiiemjqiecified:-- . Class No. 1, shall embrace aU-bases where, dshbmg is required, ana tim depth of .smkmg ' is fess mari one honored^ÖÖ) feet; lae àzè of ' chums shall be for eigbtmen,'3í ieÄhy;344eet; dass No. 2, shall embrace all c&es where: slabbing is required, and 4he depth of sinking ia over one hundred {100} " feet, but shall not embrace cases where there is rock requiring blasting, or where the depth pf ranking is more - than two hundred (20fl)feet; the sire of claim for eigbimen shau oe 40feet bj40feet ? Class "No . S , shan - embrace all cases where in sinking"'there is" rock reqoir ing ;masSng, and the; depth pf 1 smk ling is ; above; . one hundred (l00) f oet, ppd under two hundred (200) feet...

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Port's Corner. THE RETURN OF THE GUARDS. July, 1856. [From the Sepetator, July 5.] [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

........ TBS sMximà 'a^^BM-wàia^ .. FPxom tho Sepet&vr, Jiûv 5.1 Two years-manage af ¿glory a^ . Since we with blessings and with shonts and. tears, .J" And with high hopes, panned your parting, . train With everything but fears. Too tightly then, perchance, we let yon go j For war is sweet to them that never tried, " And hearts arc sallen, which refuse to know Its splendour and its pride. J Firth from beside our hearths we saw yon pass, And guessed that bartie must be stern and ? strong ; War's shapes we saw, bat dimly, in a glass its shapes bf wrath and wrong. We saw not : Heaven in mercy did not show The fiery squadrons rushing to their doom An anny in its winding sheet of snow, Slow Emiting to the tomb. We saw not Scutari's piled-np agonies, Nor those blest bands and hearts that brought relief ; Splendours and glooms were hidden from our eyes - - What glory and what grief. One thing we saw, one only thing we knew, That, come what might, we would not bring to shame The lo...

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THE FEMALE REFUGE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

^^^^^ is which so -often *ttempjts :±o;ánjpose ]^^E^>E^à^^bi:^so are ber Bn^j^básefiíÍed. Trajine eaei^ieS '^i&g|£^ alt $iÈ&^-Vfe' Tt :%6t . almost', always W bai^îéï m npon tbêm Ae untiring; loes pérani»?; ¿ -^o&^"" gsunéd : -by thé difigênce of reasonable Inbor, never ^we présume ragst ' a " Tarbod öf pestilent vices. ' Almost every evil -drat bas 1 visited tbbheoispbëreirom its'first oc cupancy tb : <die" present. ¿lay ihay be. traced to that resistaiice lo ibe laws of the. State, and Abe moral -sense, which i results irom the neglect, the disappoint ment, and the untempered ^pride- :of . poverty unmerited,- unabated, and, seemingly irretrievable "Our population I is not like that of the Norfolk ¿land of the present tour. All of ns, from cor earliest yeats, bave not in like nianner madeaeqnaintaGce only with âhe simple truths of religion ; bad cause. to be always satisfied with :the yield of the 'passing day ; been bred up altogether in ignor...

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SINGULAR ARITHMETICAL FACT. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

I SrNGTtJLAE AÉnfiMETrCAL FACTr j I (To the Editor ofthe Star.) j Sir,-Under mis head a small paragraph ap pears in the last number of tbe Miner,*. It is a singular fact no doubt, sot so much though That the writer explains, hut that the Miner, one of the best papers of - this country, passes such an explanation as a singular fact. ' Is it singular that you will get the same result, 1. By multiplying a certain number with 5, or 2. By dividing this number first by 2 and multiply the quotient by ten afterwards. The manipulation explained, by the dis coverer of The singular fact is nothing ebie than the bitter. He divides by 2, and adds the, rest, or a ? figure ; in other words, he shifts the figures of thc result one position from the right to »he left-from the unit's into the ten'«, those in the ten's-into tile hundred's, etc. ; or, in other words again, he mores the point cf in-. dication of the decimals one position from the left to the right-being nothing more or | less than a muh...

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

[ (TotteßEdUor af Oke Star J \ Snt-There wee a meeting held , afc thc Charlie^ 4 resomtioh was passed exprt^emg the dcsira ifflty^-at'-'tmes pxóceed&¿ wrth the- ©o* TErnmenfc surveyed road, from, Golden Point ' to -tibe. Mam-road, entering thc latter '^j the store bf Mr Awards; 1 . ' '/'.' ; Now, as the matter appears to me most absurd, "for the foTlowir^ rysons," I trust jon will gire this a place in yonyöölminrö'j- - Firsts thai sa Ballarat east is -on the^eyjpioF : becoming a hmnïriipalrtyi it ' is a premature step, ana one which should be hsft for more metúré consideration. " Secondly, that the Tneetog^ an expression of opinion pf the occupante of either the Main-road br Golden "Point, there being, for the most time, about thirty, and, for a abort time, about fifty, persons only present-and of those only* minority were interested--twenty only yoting, most of tites« not storekeepers. ~ Thirdly,-that ifthe interest of all concerned in it on the road be the object aimed at,...

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

SABBATH PRESERVATION. j .'Tn ti* TPJlf^-^fjl- <?t_J i i oír,-it is min great pleasure that 1 ooser - -yCTTTO-^.-,.^, .,. , , 1 ,1 u< fm, t ,1",Mlij_jjJ great prevalence of Sunday labour On many of ( the principal leads on Ikdlarat, and knowing that among a population so varied and so nu- ! merous as is conjrrtgated on these Gold-fields, - there are several thousands who from early as sociation, and" previous habits, entertain a rever ence for that day, I have ventured to intrude upon your columns in the hope of inducing, them to stand up for their rights, and unite ii their endeavours to preserve the Sabbath from desecration, feeling confident that by co-opera tion the etil may in a great measure be re medied. Custom and usage have hitherto too often rendered Sunday labor compulsory, and it is feared that many who have acquiesced in the evfl, did so from ignorance of the fact, that no arrangement or regulation adopted by a private company can compel any man to ...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

I - . L AMERICA. . . J Southampton, Thursday. - The Acago, J steamer, has arrived, with dates from Kew , York to the 23rd ult. She brings 3,630 doli- , Jaà.XThe Africa had arrived out. The extra session had commenced. After the asnal prelinrimary business, a message from the President was read. It briefly reeapita- ' lates íhe result-the breaking up of the mili tary establishment, which would, in his opinion, follow from the Mime of Congress to giantj the appropriations for the army. The--house »went into committee, and reported the Army 301 as it stood at thc breaking up of fbe^égu-, lar session, the Tfnpsng proviso mdudi^ ana it subteaueatly passed the boase by » viteßof£93. f^oettgo féáeá:M-Mtíp Arney, of Glou icnter, loll of water snffl^bsjajtaBd. * - 'Tbs Urerpeol and PhJudjEspbia «crew steam ?bip,~~ £angan^-~eijBlra";JEÍwín£', mired xm [ Wednesdaymonung, wilt advices irom PnQa ;.^e|pb«4o-tbe ,21st Angut;^ "She has ,12,000 douars on freight. I The screw steamer Zouves was to le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

. 'T *. gechanicg' Instigate. ; rTUTE following Lecturas will be delivered X in th» Cooack CTfa sniben,.m «id of thc fund« ofltbnMechanni' ïnatitntes-^ 'J ' - «ÜvDecemrjér.-"Laborand Poverty,"*. .C.Wuke,Esq. lltb December.-"Toussaint L'Overture, his Life and Times/' C. F. Nicholls, ? Esq. 18th December.-0 Mining Ventilation," ' Henry Smith, Esq., CE. - 26th December.-*' Science of History." D. 'D. Wheeler, Esq. Other Lectures will be announced in due course. Ticket* of' Admission, ii. aocA. Tenders for Printing. ?District Bead Board Office, Lydiard Street, Ballarat, 1st December, 1856. TENDERS will bc received at this office from persons desirons of contracting for the Job Printing required by the Board. Full particulars can be obtained on ap plication to the Secretary. ? Tenders to be addressed to Robert Muir, Esq., Chairman of the Board, endorsed, .. Tender for Printing," and must be left at the office of the Secretary, on or «afore 10 a.m., on the 6th mst. By order, THOS. BRERETO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

aüucrtiscmentö. TRIDA Y, 5TH DECEMBER, 1856. XA. HD. I ?ARTER & DALTON have received instructions from the proprietors to sell by auction, on the ground, on Friday,. ' 5th December, 1856; at twelve o'clock, ll Allotments of valuable building land, .being subdivision of suburban allotment, No. 4.9, a stone's throw only"- from the Market-square. *' The proprietors directions wre, that in the event of competition the whole-of the land must be sold to theliighest bidder.. ' Five of the allotments have frontages on Webster-street (the direct road to. tte S wamp) varying from 36 to 42 feet. Six lots have frontages to Eureka-strest, from 66 to feet. This is an opportunity that should not be lost sight of by the miner who is anxious to build bis house in the town of Ballarat. '.. . Title perfect: Terms at Sale liberal. Immediately after the above A Comfortable Cottage, Situate on an allotment of land, having a frontage ti the Market-square.. Terms liberal. SATURDAY, 6TH DECEMBER. Gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

oppoateïtht Jdboorne, «xe idnriÍBig, gale-, «nd ,, Agents for this journal. " M rg. J. T. HENDY^eS. j^Ki _[Collingwood, ts^MxiitGaagi^^ß^ tijt joitniaL_ ,* " " . ^ MESSES. FfiANKS & Co., NewsAgenta, Market «quare, Geelong, tmJiAm&àagï ¿gents, »nd Sale «nfl Delivery Agenta íbrthil E. J. M. GARRATT, Ba^fcS Buildings, Yarra-street, Geelong, ia an Advertisring Agait for this Journal." fi. JOHN DREW is Agint fuír dai» journal at - Creswick, «nd al Sulky Oo'lf. ' ?. MB W. B. SMITE, of the NIIOQBT | HOTII, ia agentfor this journal at Buninyong. "O&e Star" MAIN ROAD, BALLABAT. PRINTING in ail ita branchesexecuted with care and fidelity, and in the neatest sawer, on the most economical terms. . BOOK WOKS, PABBP^UETS, CEBOCX&SS, - CABBS, BILL HEADINGS, AND HAND BILLS, Executed in a superior style. ThU EitobUzhment possetse* a great variety ofutaoB TTPE, natalie for Of the largest dimensions, which . can ^fSn> nighed immediately on order. Pirtnttng to Pola an...

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THE STAR THURSDAY, 4th DECEMBER, 1856. THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

THE STAB -THÜfiSDAY, 4TH DECEMBER, 1S56. THE ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. THE first telegraphic communication between Ballarat and Melbourne, and vice versa, tock plaee yesterday after noon at twenty minutes past three1 o'clock. At that hour Mr M'Gowan, the Superintendent of the telegraphic ' department in this colony, communi cated to Mr Childers the pleasing in- j .teirigence of the completion of the communication between this and the j metropolis. -The message being con veyed-to Mr Childers, while attending to his duties in the Lower House, was j at once communicated by him to the -members present, who- received it with j great applause. A message was also sent at same time to Mr Haines, to which no reply was returned, .owing to that gentleman having left his office earlier than Tiseal, in conse quence of receiving intelligence by the Marco Polo of the death of - his mother Last evening, about eight i o'clock, the representatives of the the Telegraph. There being"no oflice | -accommodatio...

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SHOCKING MURDER. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

SHOCKING MUEDER. COEONEK'S INQUEST. An inquest was held yesterday after- ' noon, at the Cornwall Arms Hotel, Bourke street, before the City Coroner, on the body of Blary Ann Woodward, who was supposed to have died from the effects of stabs believed to have been received at the hands of James Pretty, some days before her death. Pretty had been taken into custody on suspicion. Mr Turner appeared to watch the case on his behalf. » '? The jury, having been duly sworn, retired to view the body. On their j return, the prisoner was introduced and the evidence was proceeded with. John Rent Sworn--I am a builder, living in Melbourne. Have known the deceased about fourteen years. Her name was Mary Ann Woodward, She was a married woman, widow of George Woodward, a bricklayer, who had been dead about three years. She was living in Gardiner's lane, with a man named James Pretty, a laborer, j She had been- living with him about j I two years. Have seen them frequently \ during the last two months...

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FRIGHTFUL MURDER IN STEPHEN STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 December 1856

FßIGH s FUL MURDER ÜT STEPHEN STREET. "Between the hours of half-pn«* on Saturday night, and one on Mon day mbrniug, a most cruel and cold blooded "murder was committed in the hausa known as 148, Stephen street, near the Leinster Arms. The name of the unfortunate victim, a woman, is Sophia, or Elizabeth Lewis. Constable Connor, C 2ö, was the first to discover thfe door'of the house in question opeD. He'called to constable Matthews, 25 C, who was also On the liegt, and the first to enter The house. Matthews passed through the outer room, into a small bedroom behind, a door of which, lead-; ing to the yard in fhereárof fhe'prëmi-'. ses; was also open. He saw the bed . covered with blood, and on pulling', down the clothes, discovered the victim! vmh her throat literally cut from ear to. far. In expectation that the inquest would be held y< sterday, the door of the house in which the body of the murdered w. man was lying was beset with people, but the coroner being de tained ...

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