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CRESWICK[?] (From our own Correspondent.) 17th December. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 December 1856
I CRESWICK: ! fFrom »ur mm Corrapondtnt.J j 17th December. 1 I That most dreadful of all calamities on the diggings, a fire, occurred here last night, jost \ as the theatre was closing. Providentially, the destruction was limited to one store and dwel ling house, with their contents, the property of Hr. Wilson, baker, Albert-street. The unfor tunate proprietor has no idea of the cause of the conflagration, but states that he and Mrs Wilson were both dozing in chairs, their three children being in bed asleep; one lighted candle was upen the table, and a small fire burning in the grate, when suddenly an alarm waa given, and in a moment the house was enveloped in names;; the children, all of them very young, had a narrow escape, and had the fire broken out half an hour later, the whole row bf buildings on that side of the street in the direction of the Camp would, in all proba have;been destroyed, and a fearful sacri fice of Ute the consequence, bot the audience jost turning ont of the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 December 1856
Thu Establishment poitefa. ^mt mmety ofixaax Txvx, hàta&ïe far s pos ttWfZti&HK?. i Oí the largest «timmagons, jrfuA cw br far nished immediately aa order, &lt; , i M5 f B, A. W. SEMBLE, &lt;¿¿rtr¿$«i jf«« _ for Some Office, CoBíns*treet East, is arv Advertising Agentfar thia jouinaC ESSfiS.-JEBÍWCPl& CtW News Agente, Market Sqñn, ^on^áieAdvSi^ Agents, and Sale and Delivery Agente ibx tnis journal. - MK; J-.M. GARBJLTT, Barísoii's Buildings, Yarra-streer, Geelong, ie an Advertisring Agent for this Journal. MB. JOHN DBEW is Agent for dûs journal at Creswick, and at Sulky On'iy. ' TUT& W. B. SMITH, of the NCGGET lu. Hoist, is agent for this joumal at Buninyong. ¿: -j Black Ball Line of British and Au stralian Boyal Mail Packets. For LIVERPOOL direct, forwarding Passengers, Gold, and Wool, to LONDON. THE celebrated and favgrito clipper ship MARCO POLO, 1025 tons register, James Clarke, commander, having arrived frith the September mails, ...
LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 December 1856
j LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN. I Pursuant to advertisement a lecture was delivered last evening by the Rev. Dr. Cairns, before the Young Men's Association, in tile Wesleyan School House, Lydiard etreet. The subject chosen was "Counsels to young men and in a short time after the lecture commenced the room was filled by au audience composed principally of young men, but with a considerable sprink ling of ladies also. Owing to the incompleteness of the ar rangements there were several matters to bc adjusted in the way of platform, table, seats, &c, and it must have been fully eight o'clock when proceedings opened. ' The eli air was token by Mr Mite, and the meeting being opened by prayer, the president introduced che popular lecturer to the meeting. Dr Cairns ou rising was received with cheers. After thc tumult had subsided the rev. gentleman said he had great pleasure in being present and doing what he could t for the young s»nd highly promising society before the members of which he...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 December 1856
,-; ... THIS DAT. ,-- .v. ? - 'i Ai LiííittsE & .fîo.-rife their: rooms, Main ] .. \.M¿ÉÍ,-^«t^^l^gg^Ít!f^ toa^.eheay, ; ' at eleven o'clock. ...?.>,. ¿ . j A. LAZ&BCS & Co.-At theïr'' rooms, XMain Road. Wrapping,^áper/át twelve o olocsl ¡ A. LAZAUTTS & -Co., 'at. their xooms, Main- j road. Clocks. ,' -, Mrscmsox. BaorHEas.-Qa - tho .premises, j 'Main. Road".:. E. Steihj^'& 'Ço^/itore, horses, &c. At twtive o'cloct. *. ' " ' j ' "W. WATHanorsE, at Ids' yards. Horses; j MONDAY, DECEMBER 29ra, ' j To Land Speculator*. Merchants, Traders, i and others on the. : Flat, who may be de» j . sirous of securing a- building site ,in a . healthy portion.df Ballarat, .Township. CAUTER and DALTON beg to an nounce try the inhabitants of Ballarat j ] that the following allotments uf Land wifl ! ! be offered to public competition ou-Monday ; next, 29th December, at 12 o'clock, on the i ground, where a substantial lunch «ill bc* ; provided. ? Section...
COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS FOR THE DISTRICT OF BUNINYONG AND BALLARAT. Monday, 22nd December. (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Chairman; Mr Warden Lowther, J.P., and juries of twelve.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 December 1856
COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS FOR &nbsp; THE DISTRICT OF BUNINYONG &nbsp; AND BALLARAT. Monday, 22nd December. (Before A.N. Wrixon, Esq., Chairman; Mr &nbsp; &nbsp; Warden Lowther, J.P., and juries of twelve.) This Court opened yesterday morning, Mr &nbsp; M'Creight acted as Crown Prosecutor. Seve- &nbsp; ral jurymen were fined £5 for non-attend- &nbsp; ance. George Thompson, a black man, pleaded &nbsp; not guilty to an indictment which charged &nbsp; him with shooting at George Kirkwood, on &nbsp; the 16th of August, with intent to do him grievous bodily harm. &nbsp; John Kirkwood deposed that he was a &nbsp; &nbsp; miner, residing at Ballarat. He knew the &nbsp; prisoner. On the 16th of August, the pri- &nbsp; soner kept a grog-shop at Dead Horse Gully. On that day a woman living with prosecutor went to the prisoner's tent. Prosecutor went to the tent after the woman...
The Star. DAILY ISSUE. THURSDAY, 25TH DECEMBER. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Melbourne 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
D AI LY ISSUS. THCE3DAY, 25TH DECEMBER. -----i BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. j Melbourne 8 p.m. THE great subject of conversation to day bab been the arrival last night of i the Oneida, with the Governor Sir Henry Barkly. His Excellency gave the authorities but îittte time for any ceremonial preparations, as he landed at Sandridge at ei.üht o'clock this morn ing. The Acting Governor, Major General Macarthur, was in attendance to receive Sir Henry, who drove off to town immediately after landing, lhere has been none of the fuss and nonsense that ai tended the arrival of the late Sir Charles Hotham. Sir Henry will formally assume the ment offices.
ITALY.—DISTURBANCE IN THE ROMAN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
TTAXT.-DCB TTTRB ANCE IK THE SOMAK STATES. A letter of the 7th from Foiii, in the Papal States, states that on thc 5th instant (Sunday) ¿J= ,- ? ? -* a conflict of s somewhat serious natñre ;4ook| 3 place between some of thefjatiana and -ti»! I gendarmerie, at a place ealled Meloola, about ] ten mike from this city. . " !: It appear» that two young men, one of ' whom aras smoking a pipe, were jramg by the barracks of the gendarmerie. These ordered him to discontinue smoking, bat hs-persisted. Some of the gendarmes ran oat and followed the young manto a neighbonng cate, -where they fell upon him with repeated bio si. His comrade on this told me gendarmes that, * while they had perfect right to arrest any one as soon as tiley found that he had com mitted a breach of the regulations or laws, they had no right to maltreat their prisoner. The gendarmes responded to this with insult! and blows. The'young maa partook, in fact, the fate of his cempanion, and they -were arrested together. Th...
LOCAL COURT. Thursday, 24th December. (Present—The Chairman; and Messrs. Gillies, O'Connor, Stoddart, and Thompson.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
O'Connor. Stoddarts nnd ^Tbanipson.) t . o'clock, «^^mn£Dfigs>^*actt^^ii^ao|f9r . Pan:*; " amm Pym^ptsSiififfy swmä deposed-That lu warm, fin* rlefahdant's of the recent «be - ^sr -^unseemlvand discursive dissfc defendant *rew .tobiaaraomsbed byä^ourt; -|taxrmjpa'íra}omea tmu be ; ir^a^dftnmathattrjto ; to pay balance: 'costs of coiirt l&itcnauv'com ñferfared^with .waft nitaerBtandâù~coart*s TheConrt doe £12s. £2 I». niswlter^ ^Ajga^c^^bj^^^^^esx^^BaB^s been tatrag waife/ \a^p^can^did not v .appear, and the matter was postponed until} mmeáattSkj.l';-~ ..?-*.»» V; *>,&lt; ¡ '::AJcbnriàs8^n''thei(,'%?ôse 'between'tba chairman and; n^ Mom placed on t&r%slrmafea*ib^ pur poses. 7^ members thôugnïïhat wrnhvoon ssderable sums bad, voted for' tW erec tion of courte'fin- other departments of the public service, the Miners' Court ought to be more conven^mt.than the present place used for the'despatch: of' busmessT-1 Bornepropo sais were made relative to the trans...
EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. Arrival of the ' Oneida ' Royal Mail Steamship, with dates to 10th Oc tober. WE subjoin extracts from the files received by the ' Oneida,' whose arrival willi our new Governor Sir Henry Barkly, we were enabled to announce yesterday morning. BOMBA BEST OK RESISTANCE. The Times' correspondeut writes on the 13th' with respect to the report of a new Administra t on that i'i ince Sutriano liad not been sent for. Tbs KII^J was at Gaeta, and apparently still bint on n. stance. The preparations for a di-f^nce were cominued.
COUNTY COURT OF BUNINYONG AND BALLARAT. Wednesday, 24th December, 1856. (Before A. N. Wrinon, Esq., Judge.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
OODKTY COÜ&T OF BTIXmYöNG AND BÂLLAEAT. ; Á Wkhtetthy, Zilh December, Ï8Ç6. ' (Before JL.1S. Wiiaon, Esq., Judeè.1 ' ": rearman «. Mead. ¥]ami Jor \ jffi ~típ. for gooda enpplied. Judgment for lite plaintiff ft)f thp MUOUnt ^1»"^P^, Kerriger « Hurst. This vas a plaint to recover £10 on an I. O. U. Judgment for the plaintiff for £5. . Polte v. Annie Taughan. Plaint for £2 j 11s. for washing. The defendant did not appear and' judgment was giren for the plaintiff. È . ; j Lee v. Maguire. This was a plaint for £7 7s. for attending as a witness at the County Court. Judgment for the amount .claimed.?. Barker v. Griffiths.-Plaint for'£2 18« 3d. for meat supplied. Judgment for i . the plaintiff. Solomon t . J. P. Hydes.-Ting was a plaint ; for £8 16s. rfor wages due to the. plaintiff. Judgment for the amount claimed, i Heath f. Bichardson.-Plaint for .£10 for work and 'labor done. The plaintiff was non-suited it appearing that a .man named Roxburgh was the party hable to pay the . m...
STAIN.—FALL OF O'DONNELL, AND RESTORATION OF NARVAEZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
! STiXS.-FAIX OF O'DONNELL, AND BESTOBA TION OP NAB.TAEZ. A despatch from Madrid, dated Sunday, ' October 12th, says :-" O'Dounell has resigned , and with him all bis colleagues. The Queen j has accepted their resignations. Narvaez is ! appointed President of the Council, and has j already provided himself with thirteen asso ! dates. He has allotted the principal offices as [ follows:-Pidal, Foreign Affairs; Seijas, Fi ; nance; Nocedal, Interior; Arzuela, Justice; j Urbistondo, War ; Lersundi, Marine ; General Sauz is appointed Captain-General of Madrid, 1 and General Lezuela, Director of the Cavalry. Marshall iiarvaez, who arrived on the 5th, i went, after two hoars stay in a hotel, to visit j the Ministerof War, and afterwards went to the j Palace to pay hishomagv to the Queen and Sling. ! " The Queen, though slightly indisposed," says 1 the Epoca, "received him wita her ordinary af ! facility, and his conference with her Majesty i was highly satisfactory, as was that of Marshall ...
SOMETHING SUSPICIOUS PASSING BETWEEN FRANCE AND RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
SOMETHING SUSPICIOUS PASSING BETWEEN _ FRANCE AND KTSSIA. Ine Ttntes \ leona coneipoiideat writes on thc )2th iliac the Austrian Government strougly suspects that there is something pass- I Lng between Fiance and Russia which is kept from Austria and England, ilore than one fjix-ign diplomatist is inclined to believe that a project l'or a future alliance between Napo leon and Alexander has already been brought forward.
WHITE HORSE. (From our own Correspondent.) December 22nd, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
ff-yeariyeiec " Jar the _ _r .. áis institution, aud~ïhe attention of tile mining jmliBdto#Mjnj^ »itt t^m^mi^my^lîÈlj % ennowea- f with large powers, ana it beoomes imperative that "the right mea" bespat in "theright placed' and ,atmtuany^«Jh8\^ra8ETit;TnBmrBrs- ¡ whaare/'fo^santia^i»; * cuasewhycan be a^poea.,, for more inrportantbasiness to others are careless of a return. _ during ÛtéHS^^SUSât^b, have been «elect "fresh bMe? norn the masses Juround VB, the sotmir saaa-we attire as a*n&e walthy state1 í of- Ùùngs.': Thé present -cñfía- in our affairs demands/ fresh ^animating, and à rigor of no ordmary capacity ; then, " Men of Sebastopol KawUJsewl^" study your pwntoyjand'lé* nsek^nbtle hu&tiiofe who will ie an ImnoTfa^a^credtt "to bur most vital interests. "líraucójaiiró^ ground that t^n^V^e^ji^i'* are Mr fraser, (the present member) ? and Messrs T^laCSra^Christ^b^^Bw^ and severaluthera,. for tins quarter ; therefore oneandaü1>jtÍtfn¡^ . the i2M&ttinfyf...
Shipping Intelligence. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVED IN HORSON'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
£$($pmg EnííUígenci;. (Br Eucrsxc TXUOBAPB.) AB8XV2D IK HOBSOX'S BAT. Wednesday, December zita.- Champion, from Fort Albert ; Tasmania, from London. BAILED, H0B8OIT*8 BAT. Wednesday, December 24th.-Louka, for Western Fort ; Mimmie Dyke, for Wellington, New Zealand ; Pearl, for Belfast ; Jenny Lind, Boyal Saxon, and Dobsons, for Sydney ; Dili gence for Table Bay Cape ; Sosanna, for Hong Kong.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
BOTHERS WANTED. ? I>0 SELL THE DAILY STAB, AND j J. . Min*r and Wukly Star. \ Smart, intelligent men will make good j wages. _ ¡ TO COMPOSITORS.- Wanted" Twe ! Steady Compositor», apply at tho Office of this paper. BOXING DAY. | T HE STAR will not be Published oil Boxing Day.
BALLARAT GOLD CIRCULAR. 24th December, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
BALLA«AT GOLD CIRCULAS. 24th December, 1856. | Since our last report the price of gold has considerably advanced in conaequeucaW Ex change aa London haring risen to 2yálf cat. ; from £3 19s. to £3 19s. 3d. is n/ pur chasing rate. This high figure® having* ^ many rainers to sell, and the^teero. -*? «*nm3 chew a very large increase on the usual quantity cent to town. Thc gold office returns show es under. ozs. dirts. £ s. d. From Ballarat to Melbourne.... 23,543 5 13,178 10 0 Creswick to Melb. 1,348 0 OOO Ballarat to Geelong 251 lo 293 0 .0 Creswick to Geelong. - 0 0 OOO Total. 25,142 15 13,471 10 0 DEPOSITS. There were on de posit 14th Dee. 47,281 10 1,516 0 0 Deposited this wk 4,832 5 50 0 0 Withdrawn do. 9,504 15 130 0 0 Balance 20th Dec. 42,609 0 1,436 0 0 RANKEN & DOUGLAS, Gold Brokers, Lydiard-street, Township.
SAILING OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
SAILING OF THE MEDITEB.BA-XEAÍT SaTJADKON. j Paris, Thursday, 8 p.m.-The Patrie pub lishes the following telegraphic despatch : " Advices from Ajaccio of the Hth 6tate that Admiral Sundas having a received a Ministerial Order by way ef France had sailed with his squadron. " It was reported at Toulon that the French squadron was also about to weigh anchor." THE SOUND DUES. Copenhagen, Oct. 10.-The Faedcrlandet \ newspaper announces that the question of the ! Sound Dues is settled, England and Denmark having come to an agreement. The land transit duty is to be reduced. - w .. Î., .¿^..hW ot its height.
THE ALLIED SQUADRONS ORDERED TO APPROACH NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
THE ALLIED SQUADRONS ORDERED TO AP PROACH NAPLES. the Morning Post's Paris correspondent | wiles oa Thursday evening, that he under- '. stands that both thc English' and French squad- j roos had received orders to approach Naples, i Tuc allied admirals would discountenance any j demonstration on the part of the Neapolitans, : and the people must leave their cause entirely in j the hands of England and France. '
PIRACY BY MALAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
PIRACY BY MALAYS. ! Accounts have been received at Amsterdam, detailing the seizure of the ship Twenthe, from Rotterdam, to Batavia, by a portion of the crew. The vessel had been picked up and taken into Kio Janeiro by the Talisman, French ship. The crew were in a most lament able condition, but had received every atten tion. She was fallen in with on the 12th August, about twenty leagues south of Madeira, on tire. Thc Talisman took off the master, his wife, and nine hands, four pf them (the master, mate, and two sailors) severely wounded. Her crew originally consisted of thirty-three, of whom twenty-three were Malays. When off Madeira the latter revolted, overcame thc Dutch crew, fastened them in the cabin, set fire to the vessel, and escaped in two of the boats, taking with them water, provisions, and clothes. It will he remembered that we reported the arrival of a boat, with twenty-three Malays on board, as having arrived at Madeira nader very suspicious circumstances, and that t...
THE SUCCESSION TO THE GREEK THRONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 December 1856
THE SUCCESSION TO THE G HEEK THRONE. | The statement that Prince Adalbert would not submit to the conditions contained in Art. 40 of the Greek Constitution, requiring that the sovereign of that country shall belong to the Greek Church, is unfounded, says a letter from Munich. By a positive declaration of that kind he would only furnish an opportunity to the Powers that signed the protocol of Lon don to interfere in the question of the Greek succession. Art. 8 of the treaty of May 7 1832, states that in thc event of King Otho dying without heirs, the crown shall go to his brother Luitpold. It is. possible that Prince Luitpold may renounce the crown, but he has three EOUS, and thc question is, whether hil re nunciation can prejudice their rights. Nego tiations are now going ou on the question of tho succession, but these negotiations take place without the intervention of Austria, and all the good offices generally attributed to that Power ate mere inventions.