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LOCAL COURT. Monday, 5th January. (Present, the Chairman; and Messrs Ahrens, O'Connor, Yates, Gillies, and Coleman.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 January 1857

LOGÂJJ CbtTRT- 1 Mçtâay,$thJanuary. . , The last gentleman did not make bis appear- ' ance until nalf:past ten' o'clock, when business immediately commenced. '. ' Powell v. Fahey nnà another.-Ko appear- ' ance ol plaintiff. Case struck ont. Hyde v. Nicholls.-Breach' of Local Conrt regulations.. Defendant, who is obe of the White Flat Company, stated that the summons did not state what regulation hid been broken, and be had no' opportunity -therefore to provide witr ; nesses. Plaintiff said it was about bailing, and 'the company ,l«ad been told enonghabout it Defendan t stifl. held Ihalfthe summons was . irregular. . \ Mr Warden Smith was sent for, and he deposed that Hyde and party had made complaint that the Company, of "which de fendant is the representative, hW neglected to bale, and be (witness) had spoken to the de fendant, and had told him to go on with baling. ?. ' Defendant rejoined that the Warden had given no definite order, bat bad merely spoken in general terms about the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 January 1857

. on Tuesday, «th ini^ at one o'ciM*, at Bath's Yards, ' ^ . - A mob of superior fat pigs- ;, WEDNESDAY, ?TH JAKÜARY. ] Important Sale of Mixed Cattle. DSWEENEY is fevered with ? instrne . , tiona to sell by pnblie anction,.a his c attle Sale Yards, adjoining the Pound, oh i Wednesday; the -7tb of January sharp, {imme diately after the sale of Impounded Stock) a Mob of Mixed Cattle, lucluding milch cows," working bullocks, draught and sa die horses. Also, 0 Drays, 3 Spring Carts, 2 Sets of Hnrness, &c. "So Reserve, _ THURSDAY 8th JANUARY, At ll o'clock, At the Stores of Messrs. Eoope, & M'Kerras, Little Malop-street, Geelong. 50 cases and bales of Seasonable Drapery, just landed, ex late arrivals, and opened out expressly for this sale. JOHN DAVISON, of Davison, Macdon ald, & Co., has the pleasure to announce receipt of instructions from Messrs. Roope & M'Kerras, to sell by auction, at their stores, situate as above, on Thursday, 8th January, at eleve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 January 1857

'WOK B011);%^^jalE^ THE Propriei^^to'thnn^Ü^^ the numerous ordeip îAwtmdfl^^Mp hitherto beenfem^/tt^^rfaH^^I^ tinuance oï patróháge. täk&^tä iïppûrwnïlj thus afforded them pf stdtÍBg tía*, «SBÍ^B meet-the increased demands: fof ïspeçd ^tm fl» part of their cñstomer¿ they igra made feige addifions1 tó ' tteir -stöäc öf PHIKTING MACHINES, PRESSES, JOBBUftrià3SD FANCY LTÏPÉi as-ireuas «fray description of COLQBED PÎSB AND PAPERS/and are BOW prepared to execute (»das on tbe 8HOBTJBST RBiSOTSiKLB NOTK3E, at prices «fly equalled by the larger: establishments in Mel bourne or Geelong. AB a sample of their Prices they gire the following list for Printing in every day «se: Posting Bills, Size of Star sheet, per 100 .£ 1 15 0 Everv additional Î00 . 0 15 .0 Half" «tte of -SW sheet. 100 . 15 0 Every additional 100 . 0 10 0 QuarteràzeofSi«rsheetl00 .._ 0 15 0 NOTE.-Colored paper for any of the'-above per 100 additional, 5s., or in colored inks, 10s. Beward, Lost or Found Bills {Executed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 January 1857

LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS lying at the BALLARAT POST OFFICE, THURSDAY, 1st JANUARY, 1857, A               Aarons, lohn Abbot, Miss E . Ab>ot,C Adams, George Adams, Kick Addison,'B M . Afflick. B;R; Affoj lohn Aherà,*Idhn' ' ' Aiibctt,' lohn Albert, Charles Allardyce, Saml Allexandcr. Mrs .Al«ander,Moss Men,'Henry Allen, lohn Andrew, W Andrew, Joseph Andrew, N Anderton, B AngeL Stephen Andy, Mr Ansell, Wm Anschiks, Ioho Appleton, George Art har, ^Thomas Artbur,"lohn Ardener,- T Archibald, G, 2 Aimstróhg, M J Armstrong, Peter Arnot, Robert Ash, George Ashley, K Ashmore, Miss C Ashton, Samuel Ashton, Thomas Asbury, George Anderson, Miss A, 2 Atkins, Thomas Anderson, A T for Austin, ^Richard Thomas Pierson Ayres, Joseph Anderson, Dr Ayotte, C Anderson, R A B Radder, C M Borger, T Bailey, Wm Borthwick, C Bailey, lames Bosworth, I H Baird, W P, for DBortral, lohn Donald Bouchier, lohn Baird, Davi...

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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 — 7 January 1857

" For the opinions of Correspondents expressed I here we are not responsible ; we give every phase of intelligently expressed opinion a I place in this column, refusing no useful let- j ter merely because its sentiments differ from 1 our own." {To tlie Editor of the Star.) Sra,-I beg permission to correct a slight error which appears in the report of the very irregular meeting, held at Bath's Hotel, on Saturday, and reported in your paper of yester day. I am there made to say that I would re sign if called upon to do so by a public meet ing ; whereas, what I did say was, that to a public meeting only would I resign. The fact is, at the annual public meeting all the officers resign, or, in other words, then- term of office ' expires, and they may be either replaced or dis placed by the subscribers then present at the said meeting. There is a distinction, however, between a public meeting and a meeting of the public. I appeal, therefore, to a meeting held j where the public may be lik...

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COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

I COUNTY COURT. I The following are the cases remaining to be tried in the County Court ': 214 Smith v Lynch 219 Tact Y Mason 222 Stewart v Counson 223 Cooper v Holmes 220 Dnssuch v Holmes 245 Wiesenhavem v Schweiger j 248 Stevens v Morris 251 Denan v Bradshaw 256 Perry v Brown,

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POLICE COURT. Monday, 5th January, 1857. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M., and S. Irwin, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

POLICE COURT. I Monday, 5th January, 1867 ! (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M., and S. I Irwin, Esq., J.P.) i JJISOBDEBUEB.-xs. Ailey, \v. uampoeil, and- Gilbert, who either confessed or were proved to have been drank and disor derly on the 4th inst, were fined 20s. each, or sentenced in default to 24 hours impri sonment. Fumóos BIDING.-Wm. Burnley pleaded guilty to the above offence, and was fined £10, or six weeks imprisonment. Winiam Tyackj for a like offence, and on a second charge of having assaulted Constable Roth well, had bis case postponed for the produc tion of evidence to prove the rate at whici he ^was driving. LUNATICS.-John Salton, on the testimon of Dr Allison, that he was fit to go at large -was discharged with a caution; and Jame Stewart and Mary Anne Cordack were remand' ed to Thursday for medical treatment. STEALING COLD.-Joseph Green and Mat thew M'Grath, two boys, were charged wit] having stolen some gold from the puddling ma chine of Wm. Ghrys and parry, of Prince B...

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GEELONG LABOR MARKET. January 3rd, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

GEELONG LABOR MARKET. j January 3rd, 1857. I Harvest laborera of every description are in demand, and wages Lave slightly advanced du ring thc week. Reapers continue comparatively plentiful. Mechanics are fully employed at the rates quoted. We have but à scanty supply of married couples adapted for house service, home stations, &c, and high wages are current. Shepherds, both married and angie, are plen tiful. Female servants are extremely didi cult to procure, especially for the country districts. Seamen are scarce. Wages are as under : With rations-Married couples, for home sta tions, hotels, &c, per annum £70 to £80; do. for shepherding one nock, £40 to £45 per annum : ditto for two flocks, £60 to £70 ; single shepherds, per annum, £35; hut-keepers per do, £35 ; bullock-drivers for stations, do. £65 ; do for roads, per week, 25s to 30s ; cooks, for hoteb, per week, 25s to 40s; waiters, do, 25s to 35s ; mowers, per acre, 7s. ; hay makers, per week, 25s. ; reapers, p...

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Commercial. BALLARAT SHARE MARKET. January 6th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

Commercial. BALLARAT SHAKE MARKET. January 6th, 1857. Since tue middle of last week, business has | been brisk, and continues so. | GOLDEN POINT LEAD -There is not much difference in thc price of Shares since our last , report, and it is not likely that there will be any before the Clarendon is down. Shares sell, viz.:-Nos. 15 to 18, Clarendon Co., £270; 19 to 24, Union do, £160 ; 25 to 30, Great Eastern do, £170 ; 31 to 35, North Grenville do, £140 ; 36 to 40, Grand Junction do, £120; 41 to 45, £80; 46 to 50, £70; 51 up to 80 from £50 to £20. , GKAVEL PITS LEAD.-It is likely that the parallels will be laid out this week, and Shares are much in demand. The prices are as follows, viz. :-Nos. 1 tc 5, £35 to £2ä ; 6 to 11, £23 to £15 ; 12 to 17, £15 to £10 ; 13 to 25, £10 to £7. NIGHTINGALE LE ID.-As the engine is not up yet, the prices cf shares in this k-ad did not undergo .my difference from those of last week.-Nos. 1 to 5, £35 ; 6 to ll, £30 ; 12 to 17, £20 to £15 ; 18 to 25, £15 t...

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WESLEYAN BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

WESLEYAN BAZAAR. This exhibition of native industry, for which during the past four months many have been industriously toiling, came off on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday last, in the Wesleyan schoolhouse, Lydiard street. The room was splendidly decorated with flowers, festoons, -a choice collection of mottos in different languages, and a number of flags supplied by various mining companies for the occasion. The effect was considerably increased by the exhibition bf Mr Bridges' celebrated tapestry, which ar rested the eye of the visitant immediately on his entrance into the bazaar. Upon the «tails which lined the room were arranged, with much taste, plentiful supplies of those fancy articles in which the skill and in dustry of the lady-contributors were promi nently displayed. Bat the productions of the needle did not consist ot the entire stock of the fair saleswomen ; for bouquets of flowers, and articles of bijouterie and vertu, divided with the former the atten- 1 tion of the ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

ftocal EntrtUgcncc, WATER RESERVES.-We extract from the Gvelong Advertiser the following remarks on : this head, from a Report on the Works of the Geelong and Melbourne Railway, by Messrs. Smith and Oldham :-" On passing over the Geelong and Melbourne Une, we have ob served in several instances that the embank ments are made use of for damming up water for the benefit of settlers and their stock. We are sorry, however, that in cros sing the rivers, no provision of this kind has been attempted ; for we consider the forma tion of water reserves, whenever such may with safety be made, as of the highest im portance to the welfare of the colony. View ing such, either as a means of transit, whereby the produce, &c., grown on their banks may be easily removed, or as a means for affording a cheap motive power, available alika for grinding, sawing, and manufacturing ; not to enumerate the many other apparent advan tages which will naturally suggest themselves, the construction of the...

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BALLARAT FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

! -. ¡ BÁliáBAT FIRE 3EIGADE. Yesterday eveniag a meeting took place at the Mmâeznma Hotel for the purpose of forming a Fire Brigade iar Ballarat, Mr W. B. BodLer ia the chair ; several gen J lernen Were present. The names of different gentlemen to col lect subsotiptions ia BaUarat .Were agreed upon ; the amount of subscription to be for storekeepers having 50ft. frontage, 10s., over that amount £1. . Mr C. Dyte moved-, " That the committee appointed to col lect subscribers' names with the amount of their subscriptions, be directed to proceed at once with their work, and be prepared to give the result of their labors at the next committee meeting, to be held on Friday evening next." Mr Ahrens seconded die resolution, which was carried. The names of Messrs. Bowker, Ahrens, and Gee were added to the committee. The set of rules prepared by the sub committee were read by Mr D. Oliver. It was proposed by the rules that the name he "The Aquarius Fire Brigade, of Bal larat;" that all able-...

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MEMBERS' QUALIFICATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

MEMBERS' QUALTflCATION BILL, j Whatever may be .the fate of Mr fiaran Buffy's Bill Ito abolish tie property ^ntfifica tion mr members of the Legislative Assem bly, there ia Ettie dpubt^ we think, that it is supported by à , strong sentiment of public approval. In spite of tile existence of are whilst&wasJimt nga¿d^mémíifmaBaÍM%^^ votei*hbmu*ê mátíá^^ií^iilmwmJbxWé doubt, mdeed,if in. any'instance ttómgborit tiie colony, the questimvdf property entend, at ail into thè «omûdera£pns^wMeïiiÂe <x»outífiiHBasiSBB': '^-.raÉ^lgppâcïeifl. ^ui'^^-râié ^"âaeBar^ ' surnages. 3hey loofced4otbeprincùile8aad the political atítocéoem^ i of «h» man - «bo claimed their support, 'and' piáíd ' very 4tttie regard to the comparative?'i^Wflr-*ilâ#iï. candidates. We beb^ therefiVre, 3fcs%3iiB electoral body would be quite prepared to acqnieace in any amendrnwat' of the mw that abrogated tiie »eceEMfy of property aaaqo^ Uficationforleâtàùimvààmaé. ' ? * ''?»': - "* - * We ahoald .be very ...

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

GOVERNMENT LAND SALE. Tuesday. The following suburban and country lots were sold yesterday sold by Messrs Carver & Dalton, at meir Auction Booms, Lydiard. street. SUBURBAN. - - Ripon.-Parish of Burrambeet. Upset £2 10s. per acre. Section C. ! Lot a, r. p. allot. £ s. d. 1 7 2 20 1 6 2 OL. McIntosh. 2 817 2 410 Arthur Aston. 3 6 3 21 3 4 ll 0 E. A. "Wynne. ' 4 7 3 34 4 5 3 0 W. C. Smith. 6 629 5 6 13 OC Lampheir. 6 5 0 24 6 8 ll 0 Hy. Cazally. 7 610 7 610 Wm. Morton. 8 51 38 8 700 Do. 9 7 0 27 14 6 1 0 Do. 10 5 2 20 15 6 1 0 Do. 11 7 o aa ie 6 o o J. lîttershank. 12 7 0 25 17 6 13 OG. Lampheir. 13 6 2 30 18 6 6 0 W. C. Smith 14 8 2 33 19 5 19 0 E. A. Wynne. 15 8 0 37 20 5 12 0 Dan. Sweeney. 16 6 0 37 21 7 0 0 Do. 17 4 2 30 22 7 19 OW. C. Smith. 18 fi 0 25 23 7 0 0 M. Lannigan. 19 6 2 6 24 7 14 0 Joseph Sparry. 20 7 3 28 26 5 ll 0 James Francis 21 9 1 9 26 6 13 0 Wm. Morton. Section D. 22 7 1 18 1 3 10 0 Dan. Sweeney. 23 832 2460 Do 24 8 1 4 3 4 6 0 E. A. Wynne. 25 7 3 7 4 5 1...

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REV. THEOPHTLUS TAYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

REV. THEOPHTLUS TAYLOR. j According to thc regulations of the Wes- I lejan Church, the Ber. Theophflus Taylor, the highly respected minister of this denomi nation m BalhWt, will shortly leave this dis trict for another sphere of labor. We have, for a long, time been silent observers of the inde- ' fatigable labors of Mr Taylor, whether'for the good of the district generally, or more " par ticularly for the advancement of the Wesleyan interest. We need only refer to the exertions of tile reverend gentleman for the advance ment of education and the numerous schools which he has succeeded in establishing in and around Ballarat, where the rising generation are being fitted for the duties of after, ufo. Nor have Mr Taylor1» labors been confined to organising merely, he has been himself "instant in season and out of season," relieving distress and sooth ing the sore trials of the death bed. Bo catholic hiive been the labors in which Mr Taylor has been engaged, that not only his own people...

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MISMANAGEMENT OF CORPORATION FUNDS. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

MISMANAGEMENT OF CORPORA. TION FUNDS. I (Ta the Editor of the Star.J | I SIB,-I wish to call the attention, of the \ ratepayers to the last proceedings in the Council, when Councillor Tulloch proposed, and Councillor Muir seconded à motion to the effect, "That the cost of making Tarions streets in the-Township be referred i to a committee." I should like to be in- I formed by the no doubt highly interested mover and seconder why Sturt-street is to have a double line of road, Dana-street very little, and Byre-street next to none, except that which takes the. traffic .right past the premises of those two gentlemen. If that is the way corporation favors are distri buted, I think us poor unfortunates living in the neighborhood of either Dana or Eyre-strects had better be without muni cipal protection, than pay a tax to make roads exclusively for the benefit of the Councillors, ss, for example, the road aero es to O olden Point. I ' . , JUSTICE, j

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Shipping Intelligence. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVED, PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

Slipping £ttteUtg?tttc. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ABETYED, POET PHnXrP HEADS. Tuesday, 6th January.-Marriot, from Western Port ; Telegraph, from Sydney. PROJECTED DEPASTURES. FOB SOÜTSAXFTOK, via SUEZ.-Oneida, B. M.S., 27th January.' Fe* LIVERPOOL.-White Star, 8th January; Marco Polo, 10th January; Beyal Charter, 16th January. FOE LONDON.-Copenhagen, 10th January ; Sydenham, 28th January; Anglesey, 31st Janu ary ; George Marshall, 7th February ; Walmer Castle, 1st March ; Medway, 10th February ; Roxburgh Castle, Austral, early. Poa BRISTOL.-Morning Star, 1st February. Fon POST AUBEBT. - Storm Bird, every Tuesday. Fou WABBXAKBOOL, PORTLAND, AND POET FAIT.T.-Champion, steamer, every Friday ; Lady Bird, every Tuesday. Foin SYDNEY.-Telegraph, 8th inst. FOB LAUNCESTON.-Black Swan, this day. Koa ADELAIDE. - Havilah, White Swan, early. FOB CALLAO.-Prince of the Seas, James Adams, early. FOR SINGAPORE.-Aim, early. FOB CALCUTTA.-Union, early. FOR HONG KONG.-Excelsior, «arly. POST OFFICE NOTIC...

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The Star. DAILY ISSUE. WEDNESDAY, 7TH JANUARY, 1857. REAPING MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

£.!)«. I tur. j DAILY XSSTTE. WEDNESDAY, 7TH JANUARY, 1857. REAPING MACHINES. WE noted in our issue of Monday last the arrival here of a reaping machine for one of our farmers in the neighborhood of Burrumbeet. The question of the application of machinery to agricul tural purposes is so important, and the knowledge of the advances made in this respect in Britain within the last year or two so imperfect, that we pro pose to lay before our readers a few particulars that vre have gleaned from the columns of some of the latest English and Scotch provincial news papers, and which, we think, will prove that a revolution is taking place in farming operations in Britain, which cannot but be regarded with satisfac tion, and which our farmers would do well-so far as it is in their power to imitate with all possible speed. It is now about thirty years since the first reaping machine was con structed by a Mr Bell, the son of a farmer in Forfarshire, Scotland. Though pretty successful as an expe...

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COMMERCIAL NEWS. Melbourne, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

COMMERCIAL NEWS. ¡ Melbourne. Monday Evening, J Irnue has been decidedly dull to-day. The flour market is a little firmer, and may be quoted 171 10s. to 181. 18s. With regard to other articles there is nothing to record. The proposed Government banking scheme is the subject of general conversa tion, and the opiuions of our leading com mercial men as to its merits it was hoped would be elicited at the general meeting of the Chamber of Commerce this day. Mr Sichel's observations evinced a good prac tical acquaintance with the question, and Mr Hellicar's paper is doubtless thc result of much patient consideration of a very -r\L-.".1 The meeting was adjourned until Wed nesday next for further discussion.-Herald.

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COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, 6th January, 1857. (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Judge, and Two Assessors.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 January 1857

COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, 6tA January, 1857. (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Judge, and _ Two Assessors.! uent fis Southward v. Locíúe- This ms a plaint for £121, for work and labor done in building a house for the defendant. Verdict for the amount claimed. Mr Barny appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Cuthbert for ti» defendant. ,, LeMan v. M*Nanght & Boyd-Mr Wak* appeared for tim plaintiff; and Mr Cuthbert for the défendant. This was a plaint to recover £3510s., the amount of a doctor's bilL auô^rM'DougaU, a drayman, in the employ ment cf ftwif'iT ^ 1 ltJ!!l?!Í'lj?Mff ^füL3jäffi1 M'DougalL. the defendant» .agreefa^ accord ing to ute evidetibe pirodused ^OBi" 46B part of die plaintiff, tb'pay^'IhvSSa&n.? fence set up was - that no such ptomiseme giren at aU, and Mr Boyd> and another yr& ness deposed thai no such'pronnse WM made. Verdict forthe plaintifE Damages 320. Lyle T. Moore-Mr Walsh for the plahtfff, andMr Cope&r^tféfiñaant. ' "'- - T '.'r; This was ...

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