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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

UNITED-STATES. j The British-»nd North American steamship j Canada arrived on Saturday evening, 6th Sept., j nt Liverpool. ' The news from the United States comes np to the 29th August, and it gires us the record of three additional days' sitting of the extra Congressat Washington, without affording any , solution of the great struggle impending be tween the Senate and the House of Bepresenta tivea. ' Both' assemblies remain in the same hostile attitude towards one another, wirha growing hostility amid an rm paralleled excite ment The battle continues to be waged by divisions. In the Senate, the slavery men con tinue to show a large majority against the cele brated proviso of the Army Bill ; in the Howe of Representatives the Abolitionists continue to command only the most narrow majorities, bot in every case quite snfficiwit to give them fte victory. Meanwhile the anti-slavery men of Sansas are represented in Washington by a deputation who nave gone there to ask toe Pre sident to p...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. Argus Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PfiiGES CÜBBENT. , -dxgw Omce, Satarday Sworn*. The transactions tu imported geods during tte week hare been of considerable amount, with Ettie variation in price*. A fair trade bsa been don* for actual wanta, and no desire for speculation has been evinced. A aiigbt check hat beengirea to the transport of good» to the interior br« deausd for higher prices of cart- '?. .ge, the feed for bullocks on the road becoming .carce, with the adrance of the season, and many teams are employed in garnering in the hay barrat. Arrivals of go xix, with the exception of timber, hare been comparatively light, and stocks of many clases of goods are working off, still we do not look for soy change of impor tance in prices daring the re maader of tbs «ommer, as it is known that goods to arrive and stocks on hand are folly equal to any probable ! demand. The nour market is very duD. The harvest ta Commenced, and is known to be abundant in South Australia. This has caused general inac...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIA LABOR MARKET. December 5th, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

[ VICTORIA LABOR MARKET. December 5th, 1856. The kinds or labor at present most in demand are laborers for tbe bay harrest, splitters, bushmen, &c. ; laborers for pub lic works, married couples without families, and female domestic serrants. Of these, with the exception of the two last, we hate a pretty fair supply. Wages generally have a slight tendency to advance. The following are the current rates, vis.. With rations-Married couples, for home sta tions, hotels, &c, per annum £65 to £80; do. for shepherding, one flock, £40 to £43 per annum : families for two flocks, £60 to £70 ; single thepherdi, per annum, £35;' hut-ksepers per do, £30 to £35 ; mowers, per acre, 6s to 7«. ; ! hay makers, per week, 25s.; bullock ¿mera for roads, ncr week, 25s to 30s ; do for fanni per week, 25s ; carters, for roads, ! do, 30s ; cooks, for hotels, ¿e., per week, 25s to 45s; waitara fer hotels, do, 35s to 35s; bush carpenters, per week, 25s to 35s; good house carpenters, do, 35s to ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Port's Corner. SELECT GOING OUT AND COMING IN. FROM "Poems by 1st." [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

avisa OCT AJÍ» coMT^.-aat --.i. .^O ¡n that ttorae wasley ána^Níro^' t*' .: Where ah irifahVurst Orl^.taesttV '~\ While an aged sire wáíldTawíng " ; '-!t Near onto the gate of death ; - . - His feeble pulse was failing," ' . ' . And his eye was growing dim, . } Se was standing on thc threshold v"* ' When they brought the Ibahó to nini .'/*. ; While tb murmur forth" a blessing ' ~* 1 ' On the little one be tried, In his trembling hands he raised it, . Pressed it to his hps and died. An awful darkness resteth. On theparh they both begin, Who mus meet npóh the tlireshold " Going out and coming in. Going out unto the triumph; Corning in unto the fight Coming in unto the darkness, Going out'unto the light. Although the shadow deepened "In thc moment "of eclipse, When he passed through the dread portal,. With me blessing on his lips. And to him who bravely conquers As he conquered in the strife, life is bui the way" Of dying Death is but the gate of life ; Yet aixful darkness resteth On m...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

I MISCELLANEOUS. ! Miss Catherine Hayes has arrived in Paris to enjoy a season of repose after her unprecedentedly long journeying in the An tipodes, the two Americas, and the East Indies. It is satisfactory to learn that neither her health nor her voice has suffered by the fatigues of travel. Mr Thackeray is at present on the Con I tinent, fast recovering his health, which was not good since his return from America last spring. It is stated that a new work in monthly numbers may be expected from M i Thackeray on the 1st December. Probably no writer {says the Critic) ever gained so much money by his works as the author of Fickuñek. Kot only does he pos sess the whole of his copyrights (a great for tune in themselves), but he reaps abundantly from fbre^n fields wb^re noothar author can ' glean a straw. Whether it be for shame, er that he may have the credit of paying «ne . great English author, we cannot teU, but even . j Harper disburses hard dollars on Mr Dickens. Tauchnits of Leip...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT MEDICO CHIRUGICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

BALLARAT MEDICO CHIRUGICAL 1 SOCIETY. I *~ A meeting of this society was held at Bath's Hotel, on Monday evening, to consider upon the adoption of a scale of fees, and for the transaction of other business. Present- Dr. Glendinning,. president, Dr. Stewart, hon. sec., Dr. Hobson, treasurer, Dre.. Sutherland, Wills, Bonce, Mount, Crain, Bossmann, Heise, Taply, Dimock, Allison, Creelman, Holthouse, Ken worthy, Leman, Nicholson and M'Farlane. Dr. Creelman stated to the meeting that it wa? onhis own authority that he gave the in formation contained in the paragraph in the Star paper, to the effect that the medical fees were reduced. Dr. Bonce moved and Dr. Holthouse seconded- , " That the statement ~ in the Star of last Satia-day, referring to the medical fees, be con tradicted, and that the society are determined to continue the fees as heretofore." Carried. Dr. Hobson moved and Dr. Nicholson seconded- . ? B "That a vote of censure be passed on, Dr. Creelman, for bis misuubnnation give...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEATRICAL MORALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

THEATRICAL MORALITIES. English, dramatists (says an article in the Tîntes) of the present day-we except the farce writers, who are rich and racy of the soil, and ply their craft in an unexceptionable manner are nothing better than sycophantic copyists of French filth. ".The other day we had occasion to remark upon the abominable opera which has been represented throughout v the season i which ends to-day at her Majesty's Theatre. We would now give a turn to the managers of theatres in which regular dramatic representations are [ presented, to the authors whom they employ, and to the audience who are jaot ashamed .to afford their patronage ito inch exhibitions. We select thia such; :%^^^^^^^btW^-^^ present loll^pu^^ ; to-tpm-^Eér»'a' atoment ^ ^ partly ^'.''^.««riti^'^â* Itheir fflflfrlrma: 'f&^^Smä&Ww interfere wi^Âiapjcâi^te jäf tnanagers and actors.' " li is £sr," mdeed, from our wish io nae ;*he;- power "of this journal to ' the injury , of any private enterprise,...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ASCENT OF MOUNT ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

Major Stuart writes to a" Lond^ paper, describing tii£'Tecent ascent of Mount Ararat, a mUrmtáih the summit of which the people who inhabit the countries round its base have hitherto conceived to be guarded Tro» all ap proach not only by physical obstruc tions, but by Divine prohibition. He eays-^ " On the 11th July, a party, consisi ing of Major Ahck J. Fraser, the ïîev. Walter Thursby, air James Theobald, junior, of Winchester, afr John Evans,-j of Darley Abbey, Derbyshire, and my self, started from Bazaid on this new expedition. We were accompanied by two servants and a zapticb, or native policeman, and by the kindness of the Kaimakatw, Hadjee Mustapha Effendi, we were-consigned to the special charge of Isiah Bey, a chief of the Ararat Kurds, under whose safeguard we had nothing to fear from the plundering j habits of his followers. Our sure-footed little horses, accustomed to this sort of work, picked their way through the most breakneck places, and brought ns ¡ in safety to the...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ABOLITION OF CUSTOMS DUES —DIRECT TAXATION—AND FREE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

ABOXmONißF- fíUSTOílS 'BUEä , Jbsti" Io "all, ctv&!^ :^!^es,' % j*(rC! ¡pon landed proper***" *Í»¿*'2ÉA-Í;ÍÍ.AÍZ¿4 - Lpbn as ónepfíthVn -bf geüétsi rê vèroie: perty' shojij^f bg galledjup^n" ^bl ebnox« _ * bute/to the 's^ppojt of thAGjo yemrnealj . jv xljár^réspe^ce^^üi^i and jj&e àtttgL ? 'èétimia^a^jçeqtij^aBent-y, J^tLi riot-été ; .4 Çrovërame&^^aâ of merj^ple-.,^... . 3rd(, ; It'a opuiitryd« in a position .*^ :, .provide for^its e*n:; security, jandíttr .í, minister, to the. fWants pf: those, to whom the admiaistratitrti of . its $f£ùrs ,'is .CQUr i ?' fided,,wifhoat jfc«imp»si|$gft#fTi |a¿~,, cp'op the; valúe, .qf-itg-iso^ .modoties,, then that; ta^ whether levied : Mpari;articles produced! a&bôme.^.im^..-. -pb.-íte^j&om -abreâbV i«iin ;lh"e. highest j-; degree impolitic. :* t.^ii il yA.;: fr* 4tb- In ^nb catie:s»onldfc*he taxes"., : levied in any cou n tr j 'be' cattoured, : ex- -1 «ept nader the . deepest ?emei^ens}'', ttr". iaterferie ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REVIEW. On Suicide and Suicidal Insanity (Du Suicide, et de la Folie Suicide.) By A Brierre de Boismont. Paris, Balliere. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

On ¿Suicide MUÍ Suicidal Insanity f Du Suicide, et de la. Folie ¿Suicide. J By A Biierre <ie Bois niant. Paris, Bal liere. ; . M. de Boismont, whose numerous physiological and psychological works enjoy a wide refutation, has io th e pre sent publication given the result of a long series of investigations iuto the physiology and- statistics of suicide. T±'e Tvorfeis prefaced/by án" MstöricaT ; essay on suicfá^-j-^hich after a care ful examination of Sall the trustworthy ! sources of iuformation, .is, thus ternu-:' nated:- ? . ' y'.: _ ' li^Sa.\mg now c^oitôiâèred ^ulci^.în -ancient turies^the ' middiè " ages-and thé.jrjtésént .periqdj, ^já>^a.3^ixan|ed in .coming to thç follömng conclusions :r L Thé: dark'ages, hy. t£eu.'/rëiigiçras and philosophical doctrines, which were «ssèntiiàily : pantheistica)," were particu eàrly iavorable to the development of suicidé. , 2. DuHirgthe rniddie ages on the contrary, the establishment of the Christian, religion, and .the predomin a...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE STAR TUESDAY, 9TH DECEMBER, 1856. GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

THE STAR TUESDAY, 9TH DECEMBER, 1856. GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. THE first day's sale of the Main Road frontages took place yesterday, -at the auction rooms of Messrs. Carver and Dalton, Lydiard street. Some time j before eleven o'clock, the hour ap pointed for the commencement of the sale, the auction room was crowded with the storekeepers and traders of the Flat and Township. A quie¿ but intense excitement prevailed among them, which became somewhat relaxed as the first six or seven lots went off without the slightest show of opposition to the present occupiers. Lot eight which had been gazetted as valued at £100, was stated by the auctioneer to hare been revalued at £200 : this' alteration seemed to have escaped the attention of a speculator who was pre sent, and who, amid great excitement, outbade the occupier. On proceeding to the auctioneer's desk, "however, and finding the valuation to be £200 in stead of £100, he withdrew his bid. This was greeted with the most deafe ning cheers ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, 5th December. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

I - LEalSLATTOE ASSEMBLtl -j Friday, áta üeoember. j In the Legislative Assembly, the .Speaker took the chair ' at' ten minutes _past.'twelve o'clock There was à remarkably ¿mall atten dance at- -this hour,: but the number of hon. members m attendance crenfa^y. abouïtiurty-nvcr-Jv -U.- .if. j,"' " Notices of motion and questions were given relating to The influx of criminals the aliena tion of -Crown Lands, public baths, the accomo1 dation. nf. members of-Parliament ; the coal fields, çbe -nnhtary, .reward to the captain of-a - vessel wiio should .make .-the .qmckestpassage. between the- UnitedJ TJingdom.ana' Victoria, during the year 1857; such passage te be under 55 days'; roads and bridges,-electric telegraph, railways,;**. . . . ... - . " ; ; In answer4o.it_ question fcom MjrKingas-te .whether ä^yia^uipt hail .bajen; made jtoUbrina. -wooden trainroad suitable for the vehicles in ord^srv ^ee m -T^étoriajíCapbñn Pasley stated" that although bc was not prepared tb Bay tram- * roads...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

I TURKEY. ! Under date Constantinople, September 1, the Times correspondent, afW alluding to the state of affairs in that capital at the commencement of the Turkish new year, says. « I have told yon that the Monténégrins are in arms, and hare made a descent cn their usual battle ground, the Herzegovina and the district of Fpdgoritza, driving away the cattle and i baining down the villages. While this is going on in the north-western corner, the cen tral provinces of Macedonia, Epims, and Thes saly, are as full of brigands as Greece. " In Macedonia especially, brigandage has taken such proportions that nobody dares to go out at half-an-hour*8 distance from the town, and the brigands dare to pass through it in broad daylight without being molested. They are chiefly Greek and Wallachisn shepherds, with a sprinkling'of Albanians, and they seem to have become adepts in the Hellenic system af brigandage, for they have taken lately to car rying off schools, and when they succeed they send ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MUNICIPALITY ON THE FLAT. THE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

: Afertbe'rjroeoedíngs of ma Peoples ¿¿cague Irûeetiôfewâsicoacmdêaj about lûQ<perBons ie»-s -nfadned behind to take part in a meeting called -bi the Chamber èfeConuueree, to consider, the J question of municipal amalgnm^cnkçith ifhßl fiownsbip, or the establishment of a separate *«nio^ftt»9Br tbetEfetiesM otth P rrrek. ¿Mfa" if. B. Botfosoh took the chair, and Mr tb'n%nuS«pa-'¡ j, ^&x&k&&^xeBsF^ jmidnctlof 4 to^oetide, . < ... woâdBoVbcb'fflé^aiicni^é^m^ . 1 lír Boaisr cauetf Sr DW Giamnantolrnre ap jraseafeecpresene »ega« ïr, and MÎ Dj^jpcrs&èa jm his address.... r] i-;nvîreê ^sjiiB^pf^^sBÂéd*^!^»^! Messrs Üyte -andBonier, jafÖSr Wuca «rSeá^j d&isonV^rttwmsseBi -wasN"bsrned; :nnä auhfee*? qncnt^, npon-the motion of ¡Mr ^HamfiaT^andJ líilGibbs, th¿ meeting, wraa^ to Tue day (tins day), at 3,^ p.m., aS^èiame placed l ins bodymet at the Cóuncü UianwerS oh Batejgrè{}^/*£-.4^f &&&si$m&...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PEOPLE'S LEAGUE AND THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

THE PEOPLE'S 1J2ÀGTJE AND THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. A meeting, at thc instance of the Committee of the People's League, was convened on Sa turday afternoon, at the Charlie Napier Theatre, for the purpose of taking into consideration that port of thc Acting Governor's speech at the opening of the new Parliament which relates to the question of nuning on private property. The hour appointed was 2, p.m., but as the PrcaJent of the League, J. B. Humffray, Esq., who had engaged to take the chair, did nat arrive until a quarter to 3, p.m., the business was not until then entered upon. The body of the bouse was, nearly full, and there must hare been close on a thousand personspresent. Upon taking the chair Mr Humffray said that on arriving in Ballarat he was glad to hear s meeting was to be held for the purpose of discussing- the paragraph in the Governor's speech. The allusion, to the mining 0n private property question was ambiguous and unsatis factory, it appeared to be the intention of th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

ÖoUy. ' ' TlTR W. B. SMITH, af «te JTÜÖÖBT Ali.. HoTKL,, ia. agett fiais journal-at Buninyong. ?'*? MATN ROAT», .BATXAft AT PEnm^G a ^ its jteanchcs executed with cane ofid ûddify, and in the neatest taanñer, on flä nä&ec&aoftiteal tenas. '. BOOK VOB^ KÁaqEpfÓBTS) BILL HEADINGS, AS». HA^D BÏLLjB, Executed in a superior style. FA« £rtdJû$aw$t fOM^mijpreat ûtrte$ POS WinF^ÊI^Sy 7 Wthe largest dunessions, which can he fur nished immediately on order. , : grtettng in Cofei and Colored Xnká¡ Boyal MaüEetafiette Line of Coaches for Geelong. Leave every morning -at -Six a.m. BOOKING OFFICES :-George Hotel, John Ailoo's Chinese Restaurant, Royal Mail Hotel, Star Hotel, Universal Transit Office,-and Washington Betel. G. E. BINSTEAD, Agent. 5oti.ee. DB, MOUJiT, Surgeon and.'Accoucheur may now be consulted daily at Mr Cooper's New Medical Est^blislumeiit,- Main toad, foot of Bakery Bill, opposite the Harp of Erin Eestauraat. GVT. LILLEY,' Wholesale Wine, . . and Spirit General ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GEELONG COMMERCIAL. Saturday Evening, Dec. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

GEELONG COMMERCIAL. Saturday Evening, Dec. 6. 'l ae imports this week hare been on a ' liberal scale, their declared Taine being £34,34,1. The Circassia has contributed about six hundred tons of goods, included in which are ample supplies of slops, candles .. butter, oilmen s stores, salted provisions, and j manufactured leather ; there are also above 11,000 gallons of draught and bottled beer, more than 5,00W. worth of spirits, nearly SO00 bushels of oats, principally from Great Britain, and a cargo of tinber brought from Gottenburg by the Canton. Tho exporta comprise some small consignments to Hobart Town, ship stores, and 11,000 sovereigns for warded per, India and Ospray to Mauritius ; in all amounting to 11,346/. The receipts at HM. Customs for the past week hare been 3,325/. 9a. 9d. Business ba* been rather languid this week, and eren ia the auction rooms there hu been lees of life than usual. Brandy is quite un» saleable, and the demand fur other spirit* is "Tay Baited j a» a...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BY-AND-BYE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

Br-A30>-BÏ2. Xhsre'a a little misehiet Elfin, who is ever nigh, Thwarting every undertaking, And his nemo is ' By-and-Bye.* What we ought to do this minute : -- . , . 'Will bc better done.' he'll cry, 'If to morrow we begin it' « Put it oft;' says By-and-Bye. Those who heed bis treacherous wooing Will his faithless guidance rue What we always put off doing, Clearly, we shall never do; We shall reach what we endeavour If on .'Kow5 we more rely; But unto the realms of ' Never' Leads the pilot'By-and-Bye.'

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE COURT. Saturday, 6th December. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

POLICE COURT. Saturday, 6th December. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M.) Benjamin Arnold was fined 20s, or in de- fault 24 hours' imprisonment, for being drunk and disorderly. The Court adjourned until Monday morn- ing. Monday, 8th December. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M.) Eliza Hill waa brought up charged with being a lunatic. On the recommendation of Dr Allison, the prisoner was remanded for 8 days. Thomas Rusbrooke was brought up on the   remanded charge of being a lunatic. Dr Allison said that the accused was now recovered, and he was accordingly discharged. William Neale was charged with being drunk. He was discharged. The same prisoner was then charged with resisting the police in the execution of their duty. lt appeared that when arrested for being drunk he had thrown the constable down. The prisoner called a witness named Hen- son, who stated that the constable struck the prisoner in the first instance before he threw him down. George Cox deposed that on Saturday nig...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL COURT. Monday, 8th December. Present: the Chairman, and MEssrs O'Connor, Fraser, Gillies, [?] and Ahrens. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 9 December 1856

LOCAL GÖUÄT. Prêtât : the Chairman,ll^efBSftTE O'Con nor,' Frnaer, Caiiee,'St¿jwirH«»g Ähren«. After Waiting Along tinWSfVoubrumthe . kjwnesi openad wiih BA amfrètum by Hf Copeottäwpart^Kjrt, t&ljp&tiff is the ng^ca*» Kirk v. Hill, íoraí^tóer «gainât HjÜ. who baa absconded«ft^gápBg thc ¿old .1 .'~vÇ j each full shara man received £43, Wftaeas r«^ esda {bil anare-mah £43 andjne pañi tí» smountjofäthree ätueilto gili: Mnnjy jsrrf*! She sbafíwas sold forjE139 but HOLxeperrad no portion of that. ' HÜT« iïàrn iu^ifopiw expenses.. * . " '' ' ' ?:? : »James Erk, plaîinSff^ that he -ama toafeeemi'' half 'HflFe interest or one amd n3>aif fhW sleeping ahares in the Torri ble chums. He hèlieTed his share amounted to £6410s. which 4er>had not received; and 1 ho behend HOIfhsd bolted M he had wot : bsen lseen : «cass hadvsked Hillifor a divisioil «ÙMISHI replied he would talk to -witness Î .and whüe ' witness was hvBallarat ^'»ki'ig s> warrant. Binhad absconded, a« witne...

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