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Open Column. "For the opinions of Correspondents 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." (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 1 January 1857

" For tbe opinions of Correspondents expressed here we arc not responsible ; we give every phase of intelligently expressed opinion a place in this column, refusing no useful let ter merely because its sentiments differ from our own." (To Hie Editor of the Star.) I OÍJ ut« oír,-j. org io eau your attention to the enclosed slips which have been set up at the Argus office. As you have as sailed me in your journal, I must beg as a matter of right and justice that you will insert the enclosed. I nave the honor to be, Yours, very sincerely, PETER LALOR. 29, Collins-street, December 20th, 1856.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVED. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 1 January 1857

: pipping EnírUígencc. ; j (Br ELECTRIC TELSOIUFH.) j 4J&BTVED. POET FKT&UP KE&SS. ! Wednesday, 31st December.-Jane, from ¡ Adelaide ; Henrietta, from Guam ; Anthracite, j from Port Frederick, V.D.L.; Melbourne, from Warrnambool-, Storm Bird, from Port

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 1 January 1857

BIRTH. On the 29th December, 1856, at Mona, near Ballarat, Mrs. Pierce J. Williams, of a daughter.

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THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 1 January 1857

THE UNITED STATES. TV " T\~:i.. _ : _ Ä 1-J ^- Jnm'ofi that there has been a pitched battle between the slaveholders of the South, and the Free-Soilers of the North on the political ground of Congress, or any other of the physical force kind-in the locality of Kansas. This lead ing assumption is untrue. Tho agressive party has made its onslaught after half a century of preparation, and the other party receives the attack as a summons to collect and organise its forces and prepare for the conflict which is now to begin in earnest. It is disgraceful, says the Daily Kexrs that the Northern constituencies have not made the great question of slavery the first instead of the last on their political programme. It has, however, hitherto been so, but it cannot be so again. The struggle is now forced upon them ; they cannot evade it, and the world will be shown, through the whole series of the coming election, what their strength really is. As to the military conflict, in which it is assumed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 1 January 1857

THE "STAB" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. THE Proprietors beg to thank their friends for the numerous orders with which they hare hitherto been favored, and in soliciting a con tinuance of patronage, take the opportunity thus afforded them of stating thït, in order to meet thc increased demands for speed OB the part of their customers, thev have made large additions ta their stock' of PRINTING MACHINES, PRESSES, JOBBING AND FANCY TYPE, as well as everv description of COLORED INKS AND PAPERS, aad are now prepared to execute orders on the SHORTEST HEASONAIII.K NOTICE, at [>ri(fS only equalled by the larger establishments in Mel bourne or Geelong'. As a sample of their Priées they give the following Li.ít for Pnuthifj iit erenj day ute Posting Bills. Size of Stn >. sheet, per 100 .£ 1 15 0 Even-additional 100 . 0 15 0 Hal ("size of Star sheet 100 . 1 5 0 Everv a Jditional 100 . 0 10 0 Quarter size of Starûieet 100. 0 15 0 No-re.-Colored paper for anv of thc above per 100 additional, os...

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A FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 1 January 1857

i A FIRE BRIGADE. THT.BE «an be only one opinion as to j the necessity of a Fire Brigade for I j Ballarat. The inflammable nature of 1 the buildiugs along the Main-road ; which is composed of an almost un I broken line of wooden erections, in many eases covered with calico or ', canvas ; the numerous tents and tem j porary dwelling-places behind the bu j siness premises with unprotected fire j places, or chimneys constructed of ' timber, bark, old casks, or more dan gerous still, slight wooden frameworks I covered with calico, canvas or bagging, all tend to . mark the Main-road as a place liable to suffer most severely from fire. With the exception of the Colonial Bank, there are no brick or stone buildings from the Bridge to the Caledonian hotel, a stretch of nearly a mile. There are only two or three nar row cross roads, and the right-of-ways are few, and so narrow, as barely to ad mit of two persons to pass- There is no water to be had along the road : nc wells, or pumps, or rese...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Star. DAILY ISSUE. THURSDAY, 1ST JANUARY, 1857. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Melbourne, Wednesday, 8. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 1 January 1857

£ j) t liar. SAILT ISSUE. THURSDAY, 1ST JANUARY, 1857. J BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. | - I Melbourne, Wednesday, I 8. p.m. J tue legislative uouncu met mis afternoon, at four o'clock. | Mr Mitchell moved that the Presi- j dent of the Council be requested to ! present, to-morrow (Thursday), to his j Excellency Sir Henry Barkly, the ad- ¡ dress which had been agreed on by the j House. The motion was carried without op position. j Mr Allen gave notice that he would ] move, at an early day, a resolution condemnatory of the discourtesy of the House of Assembly in keeping the messenger of this House waiting, and in not replying to the communi cation forwarded for consideration. Mr Mitchell explained the circum stances under which the alleged dis courtesy /had arisen, and Mr Allan withdrew his motion. Mr Fawkner'6 motions regarding the expenditure of £42,000 in the Richmond district, and the reform of the laws of the Colony, and the en quiry into the conduct of the Immi gration Agent regarding ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTY COURT OF BUNINYONG AND BALLARAT. Wednesday 31st December. (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Judge, and Two Assessors.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 1 January 1857

COUNTY COURT OP BUNINYONG I AND BALLARAT. ! Wednesday Z\st December: (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Judge, and ] Two Assessors.) The Judge took, his »eat at 20 minutes after ten o'clock, when the Court of General i Sessions was opened. ' Mr M'Creight applied for certificate of judgment in the Supteme Court on the point raiBed in the appeal case, Queen v. Hamnen, for sly grog selling. Thc certificate was demurred to hy Mr Walsh on ground of informality, it not ap pearing in the instrument that the certifi cate related to the specific case in question. Bis Honor affirmed the conviction. The County Court business then opened. Mr O'Cock applied on behalf of the plain tiffs in the case Clegg & Bailey v. Martin & \ Scott, for an order to attach certain moneys ; in the possession of the Ballarat Municipal Council, belonging to defendants. An exe cution had been obtained previously against the defendants, but plaintiffs sought a spe cial order for the. money in the Council's ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 1 January 1857

ATj;CTIOU BALES. THIS DAY. W. WATERHOUSE.-At Stuckey's White Horse HoteJ, Dowling Forest, a Mob of Cattle. H. MoRwireH JLHD Co., "Victoria Auction, Mart, Hain Road, at ll o'clock, watches clocks, jewellery, boots and shoes, iro* mongery, proThnbns, wjnes, ales, tum blers, «nd other fancy goods. To Farmery Cattle Dealers, BtttfthBIg, 'flbftv WWATERHOUSE, t received in iblîe aaetun, «t- Stackey', - í/Wiaie Msxat oteL Dowling "Forest À Kob of Cattle, Conastingof-.. 20 pair steers, very qmet 20 headfatcatue. ^ 30lisad ato» Attie, núxMragw. N B.-The above will be pot np in lota to suit the purchasers. _? NOTICE. To Settlers and Cattle Dealers. WWATERHOUSE begs resp^rtfullv to . inform settlers and others that his Commission for the Sale of Cattle, Calves, and Working Bollocks, on and after January 1st, 1837, will be reduced to 5 percent, prompt and cash payments. W. W. solicits a continuance of their favors. Bath's Yards, December 23rd, 1856._. TO-DAY, TG-MORROW, & SATURDAY. N OT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 1 January 1857

BOOS BILL HBADÏKGfB, AS» HArTO-BlLLS, Brtcuíea^ a superior style. ThUBtta^ktnent yonesstsa great variety vf xasum «TE, suitable for PO.STIHG BILLS, Of tie largest dimensions, which caa be far-J nished inunediately an order. Colored Inks. ? :*OTCHVlÖo]fins3 Testern Market,! Sale, and De Melboome, are livery Agents for ' T*4/TRA.W. JLvJL for'Home ÍB an Advertising SEMPLE Otee Afceut Australian News , Cdlins-street East,' for this journal, j MESSRS. FRANKS & Co., Ners Agents, Market Square,¡Geelonr, ore Advertising; Agents, and Sale ? and {Delivery Agents for this ' journal. MR. J. M. Buildings, an Advertising this Journal. M Gn'ly -4-i.-^ B. JOHN DREW | Agent Xor this journal at, Creswick} and at - Sulky ! MR W. B. SMITH, J.f tie NCOOBT HOTEL, is agent foi thu journal at Buninyong. j Royal Hail Estaffette Lite o'Coaches for Geelong Leave every monting at Si: a.m. And Twelve norn, BOOKING OFFICES :-Geoge Hotel, John Alloo's Chinese Rítaurant, Royal Mail HoteL Star Hotel, Univer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 1 January 1857

LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS lying at the BALLARAT POST OFFICE, THURSDAY, 1ST JANUARY, 1857, A Aarons, lohn Anderton, R Abbot, Miss E Angel, Stephen Abbot, C Anely, Mr Adams, George Ansell, Wm Adams, Nick Anschiks, lohn Addison, S M Appleton, George Afflick, R R Arthur, Thomas Affoy lohn Arthur, Iohn Ahern, lohn Ardener, T Aisbett, lohn Archibald, G, 2 Albert, Charles Armstrong, M J Allardyce, Saml Armstrong, Peter Allesander, Mrs Arnot, Robert Alexander, Moss Ash, George Allen, Henry Ashley, K Allen, lohn Ashmore, Miss C Andrew, W Ashton, Samuel Andrew, Joseph Ashton, Thomas Andrew, N Asbury, George Anderson, Miss A, 2 Atkins, Thomas Anderson, A T for Austin, Richard Thomas Pierson Ayres, Joseph Anderson, Dr Anderson, R A Ayotte, C B Backler, C M Borger, T Bailey, Wm Borthwick, C Bailer, lames Bosworth, I H Baird, W P, for D Bottral lohn Donald Bouchier, lohn Baird, David Bouffler, I Baldwin, E Bourdet, E Barn, H A, for A Ex- Bovey, W T tromer Bow, lames Bands, I M Band, lames Banfiel...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 1 January 1857

HOLIDAY.-It «ill be seen by advertMemerit in another column, that the kaduig drapery es - tablishments have generously and wisely given their OTployees to-day as a heliday. " ^ WESLEYAN BAZAAK.--We would call attention of oar readers at this holiday season to the bazaar now open, foe the last day, in the Wesleyan School Boom, Lydiard street. The charge for admission is small, the things on sale and for view are numeréis and Taned, and contain some exceedingly interesting articles of very ingenious construct!os. A band is in at tendance all day, and an hoar may be very agreeably and (as the object contemplated is a good one) usefully spent in this temporary col lection of bazaar varieties. COUNTY COTJET.-Special summons cases will be taken at nine o'clock this (Thursday) j morning. In answer to several applications j made to the Court by legal gen ii ero en on the i part of their clients for postponements of ! cases, or for taking cases oat of the order in whick they appeared on the ...

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TO THE ELECTORS OP NORTH GRENVILLE. (Per favor of the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 1 January 1857

TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTH   GRENVILLE.   (Per favor of the Argus.)     exercise of what they may suppose to he their duty, have thought fit, within the last few days, to animadvert on certain pro ceedings of mine in a manner which I COD- J ceive is unjust to me. It is assumed fay ¡ the journals in question that my proceed- : ings in Parliament have been averse to the ! interests of my constituents, and at the same time contrary to my opinions ex pressed and understood previous to my election for North Grenville. Being conscious that I have not in any way violated a pledge, or disregarded the great duties which I owe to 3*0 u, and fearing that the articles in question, if allowed to pass unnoticed, might lead to a misconception on the parc of my friends, I feel bound to defend myself from what I cannot but regard as mere personal attacks. First of au, I am charged with a change of opinion. This I deny. I have looked in vain over the ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 3 January 1857

-^---- ?- I &otal UntrUtgHttr, | BCSH FIRE.-A very extensive bush fire was j raging' yesterday in the neighborhood of the j Bald Híüs, near the Race Coarse, and a con siderable amount of property was destroyed. We have been unable to obtain full particulars of the ravages, but from the best information we could glean, there were fire acres of cat hay belonging to Messrs Rankin and Douglas totally destroyed, and thc farm house lately belonging to them, and now the property of, and occupied by Mr Turner, our Polite magistrate, was in some danger. The fire had also, it was stated, spread to Messrs Muir's farm, and great con sternation pre railed among the fanners' and' settlers around. PEOPLE'S LEAGUE.-A public meeting will be held this afternoon, at three o'clock, ia the Charlie Napier, to hear the report of the de putation of the People's League, viz., Messrs. Weeks and Stewart, who have lately been visit ing Bendigo, Castlemaine, and the principal goldfields. SMTTHE'S CHEEK....

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Friday, 2nd January, 1857. Present—The Chairman, and Councillors Tulloch, Bolger, Davies, Stewart, Carver, and Muir. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 3 January 1857

I, MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Friday, 2nd January, 1857« Present-The Chairman, and Councillors Tul loch, Tiolger, Davies, Stewart, Carver, and Muir. The minutes of tte previous meeting were read and confirmed. The jninutesof a meeting of the Finance Committee, were read and received. COBBESPONBENCE. Aletterfrom the Chief Secretary, Melbourne relative to an error in return required, the worn date being pat for data was read. Also one from the Commissioner of Pnhlic Works, re lating W the application for £30,000 for the Ballarat Hoads. A letter from the Police Office, Ballarat in reply to one from the Cómico, relating to 'the non-appearance of Sergeant Chamberlaine, in the case of Dunant v. Carver, tried by Mr Turner, S.M,, was then read, on which -It was moved by Councillor Stewart, se conded by Councillor Davies, and carried "That copies of Mr Turner's and Mr Fos ter's letters be forwarded to the latter gentle man, requesting an explanation." The following letters were also read and re ceiv...

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BALLARAT DISTRICT METEOROLOGICAL. KEPT AT BALLARAT, 1,198 FEET ABOVE LOW WATER MARK, DURING THE MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 3 January 1857

KXET, A^jÜMMsE ^li*»***«* AlíÓVV Ww W*MEk MOOL} »ÜBT*» :«^S KOKTH OP . Wno». 'West.: North. WeaterlF.I N.W. Jî-W. W, to». ;N.W. Westerly. S.W. South. flî.W. S.W. S.E. S.E.,. H.W.V* Sf] Í North/ Him famf&m a»« I1 1 ßJMÜ 63.82 BMOBKB. I4ght.rataa.m. Fine p.m. Strong hot wind till 4 p.m. Vexyfinft Very fine. Ein« till 6 p.m. Squalls, with heavy rain, till 9.40. Cloudy throughout. Fine aaa. Wind high, with showers p.in. Showery throughout. Night frosty. Cloudy, vary heavy »howers from 9.80 till 10.30 p.m. Light , rain a.m. Fine p.m. Light showers throughout. Fine. . Cloudy, with showers from south-west. Very fine. . 'Fina, Fine till 7.3p p.m. Wind changed to S.W., with Light showers. [Ughtrain. f»V«ry fine. I ' " « ? - Fine, Fine; . >. Fin«, Fine. Fine. Otoudy. ¿ r Very sultry, -i . .. " Veryhjghyind. "\. - , , ""' , Very sternly throughout. Light wind, with rain.' Average reading of the Barometer during the month.; 28.64. Average reading of the Thermometer during the month ....

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OUR PAST AND PRESENT. (From the Miner.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 3 January 1857

OUR PAST AND PRESENT. I (From the Miner.) \ i How many have perished of whose fate and resting-place no hillock exists to tell tiie survivor, whether Friend, or stranger, who may miss the absent one from his accustomed place and labors. And how many, while still existing in the body, have died to all virtue, and honor, to all good repute and honest self-respect, and become, in their hor rible defilement and hearths^ mean ness, more loathsome than would ever be their poor bodies in the revolting 1 decomposition of physical death ! Of the former ones what revelations come to us from time to time in news paper paragraphs, or narratives of wit nesses at the coroner's inquest upon the remains of some hapless wretch j who.has perished in the bush, and of whose identity no memorial easts ; or of those discovered in old shafts by the fossicker or the miner without any trace of feature, or vestige of recog nisable individuality pertaining to the mass of unsightly remains. And of the latter, ...

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Shipping Intelligence. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVED, PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 3 January 1857

iKHITED, POET PEIIXrP. HEADS. j Friday, 2nd Da«nbcr.,-Blackbarn. troni Launceston ; Cbampïto,'rrro PorSand ; Borra j Borra, (rom Adelaide. : -:- ; [

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The Star. DAILY ISSUE. SATURDAY, 3RD JANUARY, 1857. MR LALOR'S DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 3 January 1857

DA IX. 7 I8STTS. j -.---.- l SATURDAY, 3RD JANUARY, 1857. MR LA LO E'S DEFENCE. THE Honorable Member for North Grenville is of opinion that when the mental darkness which unfortunately shrouds the minds of his constituents has been removed, and the bearings of the question involved in his support of the Government in reference to the fourth clause of the Electoral Amend ment Bill come to be better under stood, his conduct will be duly appre ciated and approved of. Without waiting to notice the compliment j which is paid to the intelligence of the electors of North Grenville, who are coofy assumed to be unable to form a correct opinion on a matter which directly affects them, we may be per mitted to observe that Mr Lalor has confessed all the " great crime " with which he has been charged by us in con nection with his vote on the now cele brated fourth clause, by his admission that he and his constituents think dif ferently on this question. We have charged, and do still charge ¡ Mr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 3 January 1857

1 nmnsnsBÂ WJSSTÉD. rSELL TEE BAILY STAB, A8Ï> Miner and Weekly Star. ftnart, ùitelligent men will maka good w*jpa.___. -. . NOTICE. Allfi Outstanding Accounts due to this office for the current Tear ore requested to be paid on or before the" 15th of January, 1857. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. SUBSCRIBERS are respectfully reminded that thc new quarter will commence on the 1st of Jnnuary. The terms of Subscription from that date for tbe daily Star will be Twenty Shilling» : or, if by post, Twenty-six Shillings and Sixpence per Quarter, payable in advance.

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