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A HIGHLAND PIPER AT THE RUSSIAN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 11 December 1856

A HIGHLAND TIPEB. AT THE BTJ8SIAK COÜBT. Thee veiling was devoted to a différait bat no leas brilliant gala. For the fifth time since ve arrived in JE&oscow, Lady Granville threw open her spkmdtdjsaloom-ta the Russian no blesse, and il wonlîhe hard to find a more dis-" tinguished company than assembled at the ball of last evening. There - vere ¿he Grand Duke Constantine and his beautiful wife, the Grand Duke Nicholas, the Grand Duchess Marie, and several other members of the imperial family. There were princesses and countesses without, number ; and amongst the men might be recog nised the mest distinguished names in the nuh jtary or diplomatic .circles of Russia. Lady Granville danced with the Grand Duke, but his Lordship was too busy all the night malting the guests comfortable to join in the Terpsichorean .pastime. M'Allister, Lord Stafford's piper, was in attendance in .the ante-room in foll uniform, kilt, and phiîabég, it being the inten tion of the noble host that in s...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, 9th December. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 11 December 1856

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. j I Tue*âoyt9tK December. ] in tue .Legislative Assembly, after the usual notices of motions and questions had been gone through, Mr. StaweQ, in answer to Mr. Syme, said j that Mr. Travers Adamson received 250 copies ¡ as rémunération for having edited the Acts of ¡ Council,-a work which he had performed very ; efficiently. In answer to Mr. Embling, Captain Pasley said that the question of pubhc baths for Mel bourne, or, any part of the colony, had not-jet been considered by the Government. Mr. Hames, in answer to Mr. Foster, said that a communication had been made to the Imperial Government, setting forth that there was a feeling.of dissatisfaction existing in the colony at having to bear the whole barden of the Imperial military established here, while roch a payment was demanded' from no other I part of ber Majesty's other foreign dominions. Ko reply to that despatch had yet been received, leading him to infer that the Home Govern ment did not intend .to san...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 11 December 1856

I It is considered probable m. Fans tnatm the erent of an Anglo JTrencb.squadronnuk ing its appearance & tbe Bay of Naples the capital wffl break ont Üt fnsunrectfon, aa great discontent and a strong rérolationary feeling erhihifai itself everywhere. The £idg appears tobe taking every precaution in anticipation of an outbreak. The Tosfi Paris correspondent states- that a final note has been sent, or is on the point of being despatched, to the Bing of Naples hy England and Prance, giving a limited period for reply. If the King does not make the concession therein demanded, an allied squa dron, already under order, will meet at A jae cío, and there wait, orders from london and Paris, before appearing is the Bay of Naples, and taking on board the EngUshfend French embassies. Pour line-of-battle ship«, two frigates, and two corvettes, is all the Coree which wDl be employed. The Neapolitan fleet is quite strong enough to meet this squa dron, if the King is in a fighting humor, as...

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 11 December 1856

CHAMBEE OF COMMERCE. À meeting of the Committee was held on Tuesday evening, December 9th, at 8 o'clock, R. B. Gibbs, Esq., President, in the chair. The Secretary read the minutes of the last meeting, which were confirmed and signed. The suggestions of Mr Rodier were read, and ordered to be considered at the next meet ing of the members. Proposed by Mr Rodier and seconded by Mr "W. B. Robinson-"Thataletterbe written to tho Postmaster at Ballarat, requesting aim to deliver letters received from Melbourne on the day the mail arrives." Carried Resolved-"That farther steps be taken to suppress hawking on Ballarat east." Mr Rodier moved and Mr Jones seconded ' * That a depntation'from the Committee wait apon tiie Town Council to elicit their opinion upon the subject of the Municipality." Mr Davies was of opinion that the motion was unnecessary, as the opinion of Council wfll be known by their disposal of the.petition from Ballarat south praying for aa extension of the Municipality. The C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 11 December 1856

I ITALY. ! The Governments of Parma ana Modeua j have notified to the Vienna Cabinet their in tention to separate themselves from the Austrian I Customs League, which will expire in a few ' weeks, and which has placed the Italian dnch ieSi commercially and politically, completely at the mercy of Austria. The Papal Government is taking active measures to suppress all such expressions of -opinion as lately emanated from the munici pal councils «of Bologna and Baven na. Mon signor Bernardi, the friend and under-secre tary of Cardinal Antonelli, who was lately sent to Bologna to aid. Monsignor A mci, the 'delegate there, with his advice, has now started on a tour through Bomagna and the Marches, charged with the mission of counselling the delegates to prevent or post pone by any means in their power, the meet I inga of the municipal ' counofls, and on so j account to recognise officially such addresses I as the councils of Bologna and Ravenna pre sented. ! The Grand Duke of Tuscany is s...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 11 December 1856

EABLT CLOSING ASSOCIATION.-We are obliged to withhold our report of the very suc cessful meeting held last evening in* the Star HoteL It «QI appear in our next. PEDESTRIANISM.-The pedestrian match ia which a Mr Moorehad backed himself for £20, to walk 6 miles anda-half within the hour, came off yesterday, on the Main-road. The ground which commenced frem near the Washington Hotel, haring been duly measured by . qualified surveyor, a start was effected about half-past four. There was a large assemblage to wit ness the feat which was finished only six seconds before the expiration of the time. Mr S. Waldeck was the referee, and announced the result amid much cheering. CROWDED OUT.-Our mining report, Muni cipal Council, a number of letters, and other matter, most stand over till our next. FORTUNATE ES CAT E.-A little girl fell down a shaft between 30 and 40 feet deep, yesterday afternoon, at the foot of the New Gaol, but luckily, except a fright, the little creature waa rescued unhurt,...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 11 December 1856

I MISCELLANEOUS. ] correspondent rates :-I bad occasion yester day to talk for some length with a member of one of the connais general of one of the central j departments of France, whose opinion noon the i moral condition of the lower ordere at this mo- j ment confirmed precisely all that has been re-> ported. After describing to me the rapid pro- j gress made by tito sodàlist doctrines all over ] what were about the best provinces in this i country, my informant added-".It is a dread ful state of things, and it is impossible to ima- ] gine a population more corrupt, more inclined ' towards impiety, more ready mr any attack upon the higher ranks of society; but, to be just, one must add, that wantana misery have done at least half the evfl. The distress of these last yeats has borne traits quit« incalculable. The laborer, who has not bread, however coarse, in quantity mfnaent to feed his Auntly; who has only patched clothes to keep ont the cold ; who drinks little or np wine ; a...

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MAIN-ROAD FRONTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 11 December 1856

MAIN BO AD FRONTAGES. The sale room of tim Government Auction eer waa crowded on Tuesday and Wednes day, as on Monday, with anxious bidders and excited lookers-on during the time of sale. Whenever a brisk bidding took plsee, the victor was either cheered or hissed, according to the view taken offals conduct in the busi ness. The excitement was intense on Wed nesday while the bidding for Lot 6 was go ing os; and when the lot had been run up from £35 to £600 by the man who had just . before bought out his only competitor for No j 4, there was an unmistakeable expression of disapprobation by the crowd ; hisses, groans, ; and similar noises greeting the pur chaser when he ascended the ros trum of the auctioneer, to ratify bis investment. This lot sold at the rate of £16,000 per acre, a price hitherto unprecedent ed, we believe, in the sales of land m the in terior. _ The valuation of £10 is also set upon a hovel of no real use to the purchaser, so that the actual cost of the land is enh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 11 December 1856

ñtfozvtí8tmeutíi> TO-MOEBOW. iDaieservsd Sale íiy Auction 100 dps. Porter, Ale, *C EDIGHT wfll sell by auction, at the « Ballarat Mart, opposite Barton & Walker's 10Ó dox. ale and porter, m {pod order, also a quantity of Hams, bacon, nuts, boots, &C-, &ci, to cïme à tsonsígnment. SATURDAY, 13;ÄDBCÉtfBER. ""V ; ÉMPÉnb;-'^. "?"r- ? Bale of the Base Course Gate, at the George Hotel Tarda. 117" WATERHOUSE has received in . ff .« etrnctions^ from the Steward* of j the Ballarat and Creswick Races, to submit to public-competition, on Saturday the 13th. i December at 12 o'clock, st the George Hotel Yards, Township, The BÁce Course Gate. Terms-Cash on the fall of the hammer. Charges as follows : Horsemen. fis each day. 1 or 2 norse vehicle.. 7* 6d do . 4 do do 10a do The Stewards and Base-horses to ante the course free of charge. SATURDAY, 13TH DECEMBER, At 12 o'clock. GRAM) STABS, BALLARAT RACE COURSE. GEORGE HOTEL YARD. WWATERHOUSE will offer by . public auction,...

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 11 December 1856

I UNITED STATES, ! We hare news, via England, to tte 18th of September: Advices from Kansas, received nt St Louis, informs us that General Richardson, the pro slavery leadar, had boen taken prisoner by the free stat» men, and carried before General -*Lane) who released him, and sent him batik runder ah escort. Lane is still at Lawralee. Much consternation prevailed among the peo ple nf Leavenworth, who were apprehensive of aft attack from the free trade forces. Gen eral 8mith had sent four companies to protect the town. Governor, Geary had arrived at Leavenworth, and would proceed to Lawrence in a few days. The Presidential campaign had commenced in real earnest The National Whig Conven tion had met at Baltimore on the 17th Sep. Governor Hunt presided, and spoke of the present critical position bf the country, and the danger menacing the perpetuity of the Constitution and the Union, from sectional agitation and sectional parties, and called upon the Whigs of the Union, in the exerci...

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POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 19th December. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M., and D. Fitzpetrick, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 11 December 1856

POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 19th December.     (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M., and D. Fitzpatrick, esq., J.P.) John Ryan was charged with being drunk and disorderly, but having been some time in confinement was discharged.   William Crane wes fined 40s. or in default of payment twenty-four hours imprisonment. John Williams was fined in a like sum for a similar offence, as was also Charles McGurken. William Henderson was fined 40s. or in de- fault forty-eight hours imprisonment. William Neale was charged with assaulting the police in the execution of their duty. Mr Rainy appeared for the prisoner. This was a remanded case from yesterday,   and the prisoner having alleged that the con- stable who arrested him had used unnecessary violence. The following additional evidence was now called.   Mary Edwards deposed that she remem- bered last Saturday night. She was a mar- ried woman living in the Main Road. On Saturday night last ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 11 December 1856

- *^B3*O.ÜOBv lKñ¡^Teo¿^»JÁcaaek^ th* Proprietor ff "flñi- ^f^fe'g'lT - ? JL retpectfo% infi^ Reduced the price ia his Beatanrant ia thc fellowing; manner;- ., A JXTT' ^rSIHCr-BO®M WOE ;t:Ít¿á'il"01ÍMfc Í^vSt> j . BOARD PER Wm^ ^M- íte . - ? ¿ j Bj Single Meale :-Breakfast, 52s-.; . planer, 2s- *6d.; Sapper, "Ss. X j fi ALOOS: .. BOARD PT3 R W E JÉK, £2. r . ; By Bingle Meals :-Breakfast, 2a. 6d.; Dinner, da. ; Supper, 2. 6¿ .Rp" The Bul of Pare wíQbe Changad Erery Day, and contains' rrcà 20 to 25 dishes of which erery one choses ms meals a« he pleases, and at'anj hour of fcfaedsy/« notice. 1 : ' Cleanlinca and Civility ù th« standing Etäe of thu Ettnblithmertt: T A GOOD INVEST3IENT, AMS A Safe Fortune for the Winner. A First-lass Hotel for Five Shillings. IO BE BALLOTED for, on fte princi ple, of the Art Union, London. The Craser Hotel, Black Lead, By 2,000 members, at OB. each. Tickets to be had, and farther inforzna tion obtained from. F. HUMFFBAY, Bookseller, Bridge, Main-roa...

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PURE WATER. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 December 1856

I PURE WATER. i I ^ (2V the Editor ofike Star.) ? \ oin,-i aere ia a very nice little creeit¿3 gat. below Mr Scott's station, near Mount Bun' inyong, On the Geelong and 'Ballarat road, running in summer and winter, to the great .delight of the cartera «nd travellers, who generally make.it »stopping pince to water i their horses and get a drink for themselves. Many a blessing Ï heard aad wishes in.; connection with that heantihriUttle stream let, ;but "never without the further remark, .f* Whata|*ityit is .that there are so ;very few creeks like it in this country,*" ' A pity it is, true Í Birt still more pity it ls that even on thia samesource of Tefresh mesnfr for the million, yon cannot getadrink near the road, sinless yo» do not; care; for the- moat disagreeable fiuids, which mix with .the water of the creek, 'coming ou t of á stockyard close to' Jit and on' the higher side of the roadj used by the squatter as a dairy.and tiaaghteriyard. t: ? This stockyard hsa certainly beèn put...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 December 1856

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Open Column. 'For the opinions of Corespondents expressed here we are not 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." THE PEOPLE'S LEAGUE. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 December 1856

' For (he opinions of Corespondents espressed here we are ¿ot. responsible; we gire cray phase of " intelllgenilj- expressed opinion a place in this wEnrrn, refusing so ôsefallet ter merely because its > sentiments differ irani our own.** ;. THE PEOPLE'S LEAGUE. fTo the Editor of the Sthr.) .'SrA,~I»ï this sublunary world of ours , ; I " some men achieve greatness, and some ; men ha.va greatness thrust upon, them." '. The .great men in former times were, the i Baron ^Knights of old','ana one of thfe great j men of modem times, in thislànd of-our. adoption, is .a member of the Legislature of' .the Council of Victoria, and formedy a ¿night of the cleaver. An ancient knight obtained land and retained land for serving his king ; our modern knight obtains and retains his laxiá-toiervehimstlf^ ? An ancient knight wore.»tee! by his side, and a helmet? of brass ; our modern knight, wears steel-by ancient knight suspended, his misty brand ' from, his-. shoulder 5 our. -modern knigh), wi;h...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 December 1856

0:TWAEDS.-While ap moor improvements aro going oa around, it mmkUlf become os behind.. ? ïbi» day^riulteefore termi '-^¡>-' tl» isa M of-the Siar aa a bi-weekly ^arcfi-, and ca Monday ne*** we will com m¿ace thu publication of a daily issue. * T CECWTIÇO otu.-Reports of ¿he Police and Jjoosd Courts, F^riiajaaatsay proceedings and e. variety of other matière. jYovao HSM*« eet xor discussion at ly wm«, ? iañre or ambition Mr Tilt, whose address wip^mewh&t dis c*rai*e, and whose argumoits and illustra tions appeared ta be occasionally a ItttU iparadoxicalj^mbîtioavbîe^^ a» ambition to j3b- good merely, and at other; times as a wild propensity to do anything that waight proeure ^notoriety.^-and Jtovax, being now spoken of as the mere' sexual passion, .narrowband selfish; ar anon, described as a large and comprehensive phi lanthrophj. Thevpener>eoncluded«<very^ animated address by contending that ambi tion was the nobler passion and productive of greater .good, M...

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INTELLECTUAL FLEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 December 1856

INTELLECTUAL FLEAS. We hare lately discovered an indi- j vidual who, for the last twenty years^ j has devoted his life to thc intellectual training of fleas. He carries on his 1 operations in a little room in Maryle bone-street, London ; we enter-there are fleas here, fleas there, fleas every where : no less than sixty fleas ore here imprisoned and sentenced to hard labor for life.-All of them are j luckily chained, or fastened in some way or other, so that escape and sub sequent feasting upon visitors is im possible. A little black speck jumps suddenly off the table whereon the performance takes place-wc walk up to inspect, and find that it is a monster flea attired " a la convict ;" he is free to move about, but wherever he goes a long gilt chain, tightly fastened round his neck, accompanies him. Occasionally he tries to jump; the LfliOlU PO o »-w In mugo- ,1*1»» ? JLr^mwm A^mn, . strong as he is. We were told that if a flea be fastened to the end of an un broken wheat straw he wi...

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NEW MODE OF MANUFACTURING IRON AND STEEL. (From the Times 21st August.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 December 1856

(Ftvm tke Timtt^ltt AuffutL) ' I ; cja rridaj the jntar, arid. ëxtreraely: ingenious process just patented by Mr H. - Bessamfrr^ : of nianufactaring malicable-iron and eteel without1' feel, waa put t» a severe practical test* bit with íhé toort successful result, at Baxter House, St Pancras Road, in tae occupation, of that gentleman and his partner, Mr Longston, in the pre sence of several ironmasters carrying on an extensive business in déifierait parts of the country,' and many prac-; tical engineers and scientific men re sident in thc metropolis. Thc magnitude and importance bf this discovery of Mr Bessemer cnn Ecarcely be exaggerated. ? Hen like tiie two Rennies, .Nasmy th, and others of minor note, but of great.experienee os engineers and iron manufacturers, have pronounced emphatically and without qualification in its favor, while some, including Nasmyth, de clare them selves unable to foresee the whole *of the advantageous results calcu lated to spring from this .dis .covery,...

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EARLY CLOSING OF SHOPS. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 December 1856

xSB,-^m * letter wtficii appeared * iii *he j JSUtr bf last Veejt. under . the aboya jhead inc. tho-firms of Alexander. Bros.,, Jfeay' Bros;.'anâ'"vfl^^soW£*flUès, wwemjen-J 'sio1^^%4ë9B^|^lg, ciamjfteé «f iftéirarly i dosing priAClpleV 'Since tutti* ^rnaVe^eeu j informed *f ïwo lother érousesi which: art j i^owiBÄithis^^awplei -prifcjfrrrA^Ä &jB-i Alex^e^and^^m^fc £Ms j »on wilt permit me'to recommend these ana ! WU^'V^^WVSà^ti^ aVparticidMy ! 1 -worthy -of «hé «oafidéncas and*upi*ort of! * aiLs«Ss^tenédfú»óna.'!í:-Wliere \ opn tilla «nWlam^cl^^ey'cÄÄray aro ^entitled to special support ; and, perhaps, kúshóldine, by paoonsmg, those bouses m&d;ôi&6r>] ,_i""*ind.'.'- iii " M* ,"inaeauiiaV,'. ï__, ai-i"_«a I_.1 _lasItoaâÂrÎÎ r ehope elfter tótttt wqmnymoreover, rddic^teî y«puW and M^iBtaiw^ir^prfiiy with fié ïnterertroT j |tbe TOttng-aaacsu and. wôinmaoi- Ballarat, toi MJ% j<nu ffi>ni<^«k^ objector? fihpuht 'any' more Atforafele :&a...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Wednesday 10th December. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 December 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Wednesday 10th December.       Present: the Chairman ; Councillors Stew- art, Davies, Tulloch and Carver. Toe minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed.   CORRESPONDENCE.   The Town Clerk read the following corres- pondence:- Letter from the Central lioad Board, ac   knowledging the receipt of a letter from the Council, stating that the Council did not ap prove of the views bf Mr Bo wand, aa to the road between Ballarat and Golden Point as proposed by bini. The letter from the Coun cil, requested the payment of money set aside for the formation of- this road,- so that the - Municipality might form the road contem plated by ' them. The ' letter from'the Road Board now regretted that the money could not be paid until the Board was put m funds by the Législature. Letter from (he Central Boad Board stat ing that they would close the quarry in Sturt street, when certain'" contra...

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