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VICTORIA LAND LEAGUE. PRELIMINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 December 1856

I VICTORIA LAND LEAGUE. ! I PRELDírNAKT MEETING, j The provisional committee and a number of other gentlemen interested in the formation of a 'victorian Land League met on Saturday in the Australasian Hotel, to discuss the resolu tions prepared hy sub-committees in pursuance of orders from the provisional committee, and intended for submittal to a public meeting of the inhabitants of Melbourne. Almost alt tho provisional committee vere present, as were also many others, amongst whom were a con siderable number of working mengend several \ members of the learned professions. In consequence of an advertisement which named half-past five o'clock as the hour of meeting, some ' persons were present at that honrj nnt as it appeared that the general ex pectation was mat the meeting was to take place at seven o'clock, the gentlemen present ad journed till that hour. At seven o'clock "there was a full attendance. In the absence of Dr. Mackay, Mr M'Minn waa called to the chair. The different ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. Monday, 29th December. (Before. W. Turner, Esq., S.M., and S. Irwin, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 December 1856

POLICE COURT. Monday, 29th December. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M., and S. Irwin, Esq., J.P.) Eugene Glover, a man of color, who only wanted a little more hair to make him pass for a veritable wild man of the woods, said he " didn't know what to say" to the charge of being drunk and disorderly, but "supposed he was drunk." He had been in gaol for some time, and was discharged upon the payment of 5s. for hire of dray that brought him to the lock-up. Louis Benjamin and David Tallerman were brought up, charged with gambling. Mr Dunne appeared for Tallerman, and Mr Lewis for Benjamin. Superintendent Foster deposed, that be- tween 10 and 11 on Saturday night he went into the Victoria Theatre, and saw the prisoners at a table on the stage. They were calling upon the people to pay down money for a sweepstakes, and when money had been put down dice were thrown, and the highest thrower was the winner, and to him the money was handed. He saw different coins put down, and both prisoners were e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 December 1856

on ,- -.fi*S ,^|paaatT-j iJno«V"ï9SK MHboinTiej ar* H'^j' A£éïilirt&r IVA fot Home Offiw/CtóUimXwt East, i» an AdVarte^^geätfbr MESSES.:FRANKS &Go;,': ÄaAet Square, <*eel«ig,;« _ AgBnts,vfend Sídfe %n« »eliver^ Sgektslorthn; journal;- "' . >;-JT JH.-! i Suldings," aa Adverti&áng Agent tfor Wewis Agents, J 89* Journal. M OoUy B. JOHN BREW is Agefef for Sis journal at Creswick, and j sit Sulky "\TB "W. B. SMITH, of ¿hi *N*GGBT JLJJL HOTEL, is agent for this jottmal at Buninyong. Line of Royal Mail Ship, fiiaol Packets. lOR XONDONDJEECT. . -To sail positively on the 3ÍBt inet:- The fihe frigate built ship, - j OSWELL, Belonging to Messrs Green, 1400 tons, A at Lloyd's, W. E. Maurice, commander. This noble ship has splendid accommoda tions for all classes of passengers' and will be despatched, as above, with the custo mary punctuality which characterises the above celebrated line of packets. ! ,, Her last passage to England was accom plished in 79 d...

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EXPLORATION OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 December 1856

I EXPLORATION OF AUSTRALIA. | We take thé fbllowing from a paper c **The ñeeetótyfortt farther exploration < the interior of the Australian Continent »ead ' by Mr John Thompson, T)eputy-Su veyor-General, before tile members of tl Sydney Philosophical Society, on the 10t December i The exploration of Australia can ncrer, j my opinion, be satisfactorily accomplishe by any expedition to be commenced by sei nor yet by any individual exertions, nc even by any small body of adventurers ; tb mishaps and 'misfortunes that have airead befallen the greater number of such expedí tiona bear me ont in my opinion. All th« is required is one great and well organise i .expedition, an expedition so well found tba ! there should be nothing to contend with bu j the want of water. The coarse each aa expedition should tak ts eñnflar'to that which was contemplated : b the. unfortunate and much lamented' Leich hardt, namely, to cross the .continent trot east to west" that is from Moreton Bay 4 ...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 December 1856

Sunday, 28th December.-Tasmania, foi* Hobart Town. Monday, 29th December. - Charles for Guam. FOR LOXBOU.-Orwell, 31st inst; Anglesey, 31st inst.; Copenhagen, 10th January ; George Marshall, 7th February. FOE LIVERPOOL.-Marco Polo, 1st January; White Star, 8th January ; Boyal Charter, 16th January. FOR SOUTHAMPTON*.-Oneida, 27th January. FOR BRISTOL.-Morning Star, February. early. FOR PORT ALBERT. - Storm Bird, even Tuesday. . .? FOB WARRNAMBOOL, BELFAST, AND PORT LAND.-Lady Bird, every Tuesday ; Champion, every Friday. FOR LAUNCESTON.-Queen, early. FOR HOBART TOWN.- Cit)- of Hobart, carly. FOR CALLAO.-James Adams, early. FOR GUAM.-Staghound, early. FOB MANILA.-Halcyon, early. FOR SINGAPORE.-Gazelle, early. FOR CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.-Irene, in Ja nuary. FOR HONG KONG.-Excelsior, early. FOR BOMBÂT.-Wild Fire, carly. THE DONALD M'KAY.-The arrival of the Donald M'Kay closes up thc mail service by the Black Ball linc, and possesses us with English papers to the date of her sailing, but her ...

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THE TIMES AND DR. CAIRNS. (To the Editor of the Star.) Sir,—Dr. Cairns' remarks about Roman [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 December 1856

THE TIMES AND DE. CAIRNS. CT« the Editor of the Star.) I Sir,-Br. Cairns' remarks about Roman Catholicism have causea a great teed more fan then I caa account for upon any other ground than that which presents to me the Editor of the Time* as a son of the Bonum Church, led . by a hearsay report,' more or less embellished in transition, of the lecture in question into a very silly burst of very unnecessary indigna tion. Dr. Cairns is a Protestant clergyman asked to give " counsel* to young men." Now, as we would ask Dr. Macadam .to give na " counsels" upon geology -, Mr . Ham " conn eels" about thc blacks and the "venerable Fawkner" and the magazinei and foolscap newspapers of the primitive ages ; and Mr. Smith, C. £.i "counsels" about mining ; so we would expect a dergyman to give " counsels'' about mental, moral, and theological trata and error. And if the clergyman be a Protestant clergyman he wfll naturally enough counsel ns against " the errors of Popery," and wan I . Beman Cath...

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CASTLEMAINE LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 December 1856

I CASTLEMAINE LQGAL COURT. ! .' At a" meeting bf this bod jr on the 22nd inst., ? there being eight members present, for the con sideration of certain resolutions in reference to ? new Local- Courts, one of the members spoke as follows on the question of separating the legislative and judicial functions of Local Courts. - Mr M'Lean, before thc résolution was put, begged to remark_ that from what he had ob served of the action of Local Courts, hebe-, liejcd'ihe' union, of legislative ajnl judicial fonctions ;was most improper, and he nopéd a reconunendation Vania ¿0>from that Court for .fear separation. He Teared, such jan un constitñtioñal cónjuñetion of powers 'was iper-. petuated, there would be 'danger bf setións .grievances urisino,1-- espeaaflj^if, as appeared fo be ebntemplatedby some/"thc Courts1 were bre .fded 'OTer by pewns unaeo^namted with law.. -An «cfcofj^miaait might. Inuit lae actiasj of « ^prmcíple wUbouf d<^'away, with it, »ad be hoped-the committee wo...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 December 1856

Local íítttetttgence, I AOBICUXTTTRAX SOCTBTT.-'This 80CÍetV j held a meeting on Saturday last at Bath's; Hote],sfbr the purpose'öfjelecäng a secre-^ tsxyto the Board: There were twelve «p-^ p^aSons ííor the a ffilé e , and Mr T. B. : Watson, ¿be secretary to the Dptriet Boad ' Board, was declared .to be the successful candidate. * BALUBAT HOSPITAL. -- Iiást night'« - meeting, for the revision of the rules .of the - Hospital, was hut thinly attended. After -some considerable discussion, some trifling alterations were made in the rules, which are now so liberal as to meet the objections which have been raised, and so conduce to the prosperity of this useful institution. "WESLEYAN BAZAAR.-We beg to remind our readers that this bazaar opens to-day with a large and choice assortment of arti cles for sale. The success of the late bazaar gives us a guarantee of at least an iquàl amount being raised for the objects of thc present fancy fair. MECHANICS' IKSTTTCTE.-The committee of this Inst...

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COUNTY COURT OF BUNINYONG AND BALLARAT. Monday, 29th December. (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Judge, and Two Assessors.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 December 1856

COUNTY COURT OF BUNINYONG AND BALLARAT. - .. w Monday, December. (Before A. X. Wrixon, Esq. t Judge, ;and Two Assessors.) Mr Trench mored the admission-of J. £. Willoughby, Esq., as an attorney of the Court. Application granted. . ' ' '? Scott v. Glassford and another-air Trench appeared for thc plaintiff, and Mr Cçihoert for the defendants. -.--r-\-". This was a plaint to recover Ï20'odd, on a written undertaking to pay tb ensarna which the defendants had given-Verdict for; thej plaintiff for the amount claimed. Scott v. Glassford-Mr Trench'appeared for the plaintiff. This was a plaint tb recover £34 on sn I. O. TJ., due for board and lodging, --f Verdict for the plaintiff. Alley v. Parkowitz-Mr TOalsh ipjieíred for the defendant. . ' This was a Gtrmmons issued to'-recover JB16 11s., for goods supplied. Thei» wai no real defence to the action, anda rerdicVwas given for the plaintiff for the amount'claimed. Grandmaun v. Birch.-Mr Walsh ap peared for the plaintiff^ and Mr Trench for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 December 1856

ATJ.CTIO¥ SALES. THIS DA Y. W. ¡¿WATEUHOUSI:.-At IO a.m., a Two roomed Cottage, '.vi^h staole, hut, &c., about a milo from the Township, behind the Hos pit&L THIS DAT. Ai ten o'clock sharp. To Sheep Salesmen, Dairymen, and Others. WWATEIiHOüSK wiii offer for unre ^ served esle, bj public auction, on Tuesday, 30tli inst., Rt ten o'clock forenoon, sharp, A two-roomed Cottage, a two-stailed Stable, a Shepherd's tînt, a lrtrgc Yard, well fenced in; with a qunui:ty of Timber ; situated shout 'a mile from tbeTownship, behind the Hos pital. -WEDNESD.YY,'3lst DECEMBER. At Twelve o'clock To Horse Auctioneers, Speculators, and Others. Tattersalls Horse Repository. In Consequence of a dissolution of partnership* ALAZARUS &00. will sell by auction " on the premises situate on the Main road, Ballarat, opposite Bowes' Horse Bazaar, and neatly adjoining the Montezuma Hotel, on "Wednesday, December 3Isf, at twelve o'clock, All those superior aud commodious premises well-know...

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STEIGLITZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 December 1856

L W ,. . STEIGLITZ. -. I " l Mining operations are for the present suspended on this fielo, anda short inter val-of -rest -bas succeeded to a busy and Íí^ffiñ£seasa»V ? 7 %Z i The quarti -crushing machines still con . tííiue to pouad the quartz and produce the precious; metal to gladden the heart of some qn«oroïr^,^ ' tn'last communication I mentioned that t\e quarte crushed at Tyler s machine was from the claim of Herring and Co., Yankee reef, but this 1 haye found to be a mistake, . as the quantity of quarte crushed by them at Otway's machine, 2 tons 1 cwt., hos -produced 55 ozs. 2 dwt, or at the rate of. 27$ ozs. to the ton. A quantity of quartz crushed at the Little Briton cfluartz crushing machine from Eeed and Co's, claim, Boxing Beef, has produced upwards of 1-5 ounces to the tan, so that it will be seen that the deep leader on this reef is improving in richness as it is. traced downwards.. On'New Churn reef the prospects.of the miners continue steadily to improve, claim afte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 30 December 1856

EDUCATION. MB. W. ST ALLARD BEGS io iuf'inu the inbabLtants of Ballarat and its vicinity, that be intends opening ii Commercial Academy for the instruction of youth, on thc Ctli of January, 1807. Tho course of instruction will consist of Heading, Writing, English Grammar. Geography, Ancient and Modern History, Arithmetic, Bookkeeping, &c. TEEMS: Payable Quarterly iii advance Boarders .. 80 guineas per annum. Day Boarders. . 3G do. Day Scholars 20 do. BALLARAT COMME HCl AL ACADEMY, Doveton-street. N.B.-References with kind permission to the Rev. Mr Potter, the Rev. Mr Taylor, and Henry Foster, Esq., J.P. Municipality of Ballarat. "TVpOTlCE is hereby given, that the Muni J.1 cipal Council will sit on Wednesday, the TiU iliiy of January next, 1807, between thç-hours of lt) and 4 o'clock, for the purpose of revising the Burgess List. Forms of application for registration on the Burgess List, may be obtained on application at-tbe Connell Chambers, Sturt-street. Persons claiming t...

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THE TRANSMISSION OF HEREDITARY INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 December 1856

THE TRÄJiSMISSlÖN OF BEBEDI. ; History ia /one nmgniEc^t i»rolIaxy on thelaws gr l»aiisïnWHonT--^â«% ' tuto fm ] these lav*; civilisation would be' imposai blé. We inherit the acquit experience of óíir forttkthere4-iheir ^tendencies, their aptitudes, their li&bifs, &eir improvementa. lt is because what is organically acquired becomes organically trarismitted, Ait the brain of a European is 20 OT 30 cubic inches greater than the brain of a. Papuan, and that the European is born with aptitudes of which the Papuan baa not the remotest indication. Mr Herbert Spencer, in his very original and remarkable "Princq. ¿s of ?Psychology,'* quotes the evidence jf Lieut. Walpole, that "the Sandwich Islanders, in sill thc «arly part of their edu cation, are exceedingly quick, but not in thc higher branches; they have excellent memories, and learn by rote with wonderful facility, but will not exercise their think ing faculty;** which,aa lar Spencer truly observes, indicates that the...

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DR. CAIRNS AND CHURCH AND STATE (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 December 1856

i i DR. CAIRNS AND CHURCH AJSTD STATE i (To the Editor of the Star.) ] SIE-In your edition of Thursday last, whicn ] I have just seen, your reporter has inadvert- j ; ently misrepresented me in one material state- ! I ment. In thc speech attributed to rac the fol- I '? lowing sentence occurs.-" The Rev. Doctor I here proceeded to condemn State aid to religion | ! and the principle of a State Church." This is | I an entire mistake. No one can hold more j j strongly than I Ho thc principle which con [ neets Church and Ssa te. I believe that it is j I one of thc highest duties of the state to recog- j j nise the Church of God and to promote its in- j j tcrests by ail competent and legitimate means. I lu my view, one of the chief dangers of our j times is the tendency to disjoin the State from j religion and to strip it of its character as an ordinance of God. I do indeed condemn and ' deplore the present system of Church and State, and think it far better that the Church should pursue ...

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A BILL FOR THE REGULATION OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 December 1856

I FOB rniEÂEG»i4irp]rOï: *AEES BY AÏÏCHOK. j Any person acting as im iMcnoneer with out having obtained an" auctioneer'e license, will be subject to a penalty, and: be incapaci tated from holding such a license for thc space of-years. Licenses are to be obtained on application ' to thc Colonial Treasurer, and on payment of the sum fixed as the license fee the license will be granted. The license will include all the partners of a finn. * The fees payable on licenses taken out dur rag the currency of a year to be proportioned to the period the license will have to run, reckoning from the commencement of the last quarter. No auctioneer to be allowed ito sell before sunrise, or after sunset, under a penalty. No music to be allowed during the time of au auction Bale, except such as may be neces-1 sary for the trial of any musical instrument ! about to be sold or offered for cale, under a penalty : nor may sales be' conducted in any unsuitable building or room, .nor any'dis orderly condu...

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The Star. DAILY ISSUE. WEDNESDAY, 31ST DECEMBER. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Melbourne, Wednesday, 9.30. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 December 1856

?)t ¿to. DAILY ISSUE. WEDNESDAY, 31ST DECEMBER. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Melbourne, Wednesday, 9.30. p.m. Both Houses of the Legislature met again this afternoon after the recess. In the Council, Mr Mitchell laid on the table of the House several papers, among which was a message from our new Governor, Sir Henry Barkly, announcing to the House that he had assumed the reins of government in the Colony. A com mittee of five was appointed to prepare an address in reply to Sir Henry's message, »nd the House adjourned for an hour for that purpose. After the House again met, the address was brought up and read, and with little discussion was received and adopted, and a committee appointed to confer with the House of Assembly to enable them to join in the address. The President then laid on the table of the House a petition against the return of William Kaye, Esq., and the members of the Election Qualifi cation Committee being sworn in, the petition was referred to them. Mr Patterson's Notic...

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LAND SALE WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 December 1856

LAND SALE WANTED. OtTE Bendigo friends have lately been congratulating themselves on the suc cessful result of the deputation that waited on Captain Clarke, for the pur pose of preventing the sale of aurife rous lands on Bendigo Flat. We quite agree with our Bendigo contem poraries in considering the sale of the land referred to as a most impolitic step, and one calculated materially to injure the interests of the miners of Bendigo, and in withdrawing from sale the lands referred to, the Sur- ! veyor-General acted wisely. It must j not be inferred from this, however, as | we are afraid it will be, that it is j desirable to postpone, for an indefinite period, all sales of Township lands on : the gold-fields. There are many j peculiarities that render a comparison j between allotments within the bounds of the Municipal Borough of Sand hurst, and thatof Ballarat totally unfair, and that lead us, while acknowledg ing the impropriety of selling aurife ! rous lands at Bendigo, to advocate...

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BUNINYONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 December 1856

BUNINYONG BAJQBSI * a Yesterday was the jiret day of toe races, and considering the cold, wet, windy even ing which preceded it, all the lovers of thc old English sport of racing were agreeably surprised to see the san sinning brilliantly on Tuesday morning; still there was a great in convenience experienced from the high wind, which blew throughout the entire day, and which caused the dust to fly about in a manner which, whilst it might have proved highly beneficial to the keepers of thc re freshment booths, was exceedingly un pleasant to those who had to endure it. Notwithstanding this drawback to which we have alluded, upwards of 1,000 persons were presenton the-course, amongst whom was a good sprinkling of the softer sex, who, if their smiling countenances be any index to their mind, were either highly pleased with thc sport, or with the exciting nature of the scene. The numerous booths which were erected cither on or near thc Ballarat race course, could not be expected to he fo...

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MELBOURNE. (From our own Correspondent.) 29th December, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 December 1856

MELBOURNE. (From our own Correspondent.J 29& December, 1856; The long letter which appears in this day's Argus, from MrWUgonto the editor, takes the townaomewhat by surprise. More than twelve months ago Mr Wilton nominally retired from the editorship #f the journal in ques-' don. I use the word nomtaaSy; ad visedly; for though Mr Murray be came the ostensible editor, it was not possible that Mr Wilson, a proprietor of Sniper, constan^^nÂië ^ot/^a^d^ ly interested as in pilbîic j ?s, could re%^ ^nf:e»msu^»l control nearly as~«hso|nte -sssdbefbreA ' over the literary , conduct iof the paper- j i Snob, I believe, turned ont to be the ease, and ia that condition the affairs j of the continued np till -some-j ? three months ago, when Mr Higginbo- 1 tham-a young barrister of high! I character and abilities-was invested J with the powers and responsibilities of ! editorship^ and since-then -it has mot < been so well understood what extent of personal supervision Mr Wilso...

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Open Column. "For the opinions of [?] Correspondents expressed here we are not [?] give every phase of intelligently expressed opinion a place in this column, refusing no useful letter merely because its [?] differ from our own." (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 December 1856

m the junction <^^W^^TOÍH^'« ondWt^B^fesé Leads,'' yotr assume r'liiíuk ;^ia]ipi^.ii¡^té¡ comforting to &e ^ lead, «hat ween a jtmcubn':'ÍÚM&>I^%H&,;> White florie " ii&^d^ satiable Inairábf FreaAminX *^P» J«W*íta "4 Nowr» ^ JB^a^^à»"» a o^ssöon which has excited considcrabíe discn^oiiin this Quarter, and the prevalent ^opiida4 lietng that Frenchman'* wül lenn^ itsc^huo Whn« I Horse; I, m common with many others,am j an rions to kaum br -_:wjtä.i>(i&bai. process of reasoning yon arrive at the opposite concmsian. Before laying down my pen permit me to in form you, and the no donbt ditmterested indi viduáis who have infmenccd you tn favor of Frenchman's, that the White Horse men folly understand meir rights, and when the proper time arrives will show they know how to secure and maintain thom. lam, Sn-, A WHITE HOUSE MAX. White Horse, 29th December, 1856. [When oar hypercritical and touchy corres- . pondent next deigns to ...

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