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CRESWICK. (From our own Correspondent.) Thursday, January 8th. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 10 January 1857
CRESWICK. (From our oten Correspondent.J Thursday, January 8th. BUSH FIÉES.-Four men were arrested, yesterday, while travelling on the road to Daisy HilL near Escott, with some drays, for leaving a camp fire alight which they had kindled, and by-wbifch some property, belonging to John Campbell, a farmer, was destroyed, and several other home steads in the neighborhood endangered. After a mass of evidence had been produced, the magistrates discharged one, and fined the three remaining prisoners in the mitigated penalty of £5 each, it having been shown that the whole of the defendants had done all they could to extinguish the flames when they found the danger increasing, but it cannot be too extensively known that £50, or six months imprisonment may be inflicted for this offence, and that any person, though not ; a police officer, can toke into custody the offenders. I am glad that such a law is now in force, for we are surrounded by bush fires to day, principally caused by persons ca...
POLICE COURT. Friday, 9th January. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M., D. Fitz. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 10 January 1857
POLICE COURT. Friday, 9th January. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M., D. Fitz patrick, ifisq., «T.P., and Capt. Hall, J.P.) Thomas Madigan was charged with steal ing £8 from one John Humphreys. John Humphreys deposed that he saw the prisoner on Thursday evening, about seven o'clock. The prosecutor in this case came into Court intoxicated, and nothing could be got out of him, and at the termination of the criminal cases the prisoner was discharged. John Bloomerly and Phüüp Martin were charged with stealing two £5 notes and a half sovereign, from John Whitlow, on the night of the 7th. John Whitlow said he knew both the pri soners. Thc prisoners were camped near Winter's Flat last Wednesday night, when prosecutor went up and spoke to them. He then fell asleep by . the fire, and when he awoke he found that Ins money was gone. Prosecutor then fetched the police. A woman who was in company with the two prisoners gave hun his empty purse, which, she said, she had picked up near where he had be...
THE P. & O. CO.'S STEAM-SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
I THE-'P> &rM9. CÖ.'S''STEIÍM^Vd h-.vr-.Vra -.«gHfLJL*"'!li:i'V ,*v u""'5 1844, bj »essm,,Todjand JU^egon? » 2J6Ö0 : tons ourmen, 700 home-power, and propelled by screw.. Her length is 350 feçt ; breadth. ¡40 feet; depffi'bf boidV^feet; Ihe^ 'berrea*, decks, 9ieet; lind hasacéomnroo^ón fù^cW MSseBgers, 8ndw¡rryisecondKÍfitó: She*»s .fitted and foond.m -ttó'wen^Biuíwn: superior sryle^ofjall]. tbeP. aad..Qrf&lt;3o,f«' first-?? class steami-rs^ bemg no w und^ Europeas «nd ÀusÉraTiàn Ebyal Man Co. as one of. the «hips intended '.to . carry out the ' new contract between -the Australian colonies and Suezl ' ., -. She ls 'commanded br Captain Inward Cooper, who gladly availed himself of' this opportunity to revisit 'the Australian colonies after :an absence, ¡of some years. ' Having been senior officer on board me first ; steamer which crossed the Atlantic,: in 4833, he is-.the oldest. ocean steam officer afloat, and ^daring pearly twenty years has commanded shins of al...
FRANCE AND RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
It is a notorious jfact that Enastan-andi France (and perhaps Austria), bad settled j between them, before we.Par^jiCon£erenceB.| begdU^ &lt;what concéssïons were' to Wipaanej by tte ¡former, and it ja" now be^eyeí thit j ; the Su; Petersburg and SFrench; Cabinets H bave come to, a; complete understanding on1 y¡q iî.'-nj--.--"1 ai r^a-tsToO '¿.I Biter tte'am^ oTí on tiie Btxbject, Baron Von"! Count Bublf andirnornièd I_ repeled inatructi^ express^^ ?entire arôroyni'of tiMíetep "which iiadiiêen taken PT.Sance. , - \:
MOUNT HOPE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
I MOUNT HORBÍUGOrarOS. j - M heve jost murara from a brief visit to Dunolly *nd Chinaman*. Fiat, «ndöihnot bot remark most forcibly t%>, change at both places--not rinndredabntthousaods this day and yesterday having set Off to Mo'nht Hope, accompanied with drays ."with': the diggers'swags. The rush is. such thal it has paralysed aUbnsinesst-^^farprissÄ is every brie Sit the suddenness-with which the diggers'have taken their resolution to em brace the first uiumiBtng upghlng that pre sented itself, not vrai ring. until Jhere was any authorised information received from a distant place, but deciding as promptly as they might have got Credit for doing; if they had been ' laboring in vain for several months past-instead of generally speaking, having -done well at the place they are quitting. The ' accounts received, meagre as they are, I deem it es sential to communicate Instantly. Though' some have returned from the vicinity of Mount Hope without discovering any dig ging going on-th...
THE NEW REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
THE NEW REGULA.'! IONS. THE new eode of Local Court Regu lations has at last made its appearance as sanctioned by the Executive Council Since the publication of the original draft, our readers will remember that some additions and alterations were made and sent down to Melbourne ; so that the regulations as they now exist will be found to differ in a few points from that first copy published here, when they were first dispatched ! for confirmation by the Governor. Among those differences are the addi tion of a class Ï" for sinking more than 300 feet when rock requires blasting ; this class gives an area of 124 x 124 feet to 8 men. The alteration required in rule XVI relating to forfeited shares, has not been made although pointed out by us in time. As the rule stands, If within forty-eight hours after the posting of such notice, the parries whose names are first on the Surveyor's book for vacant or forfeited shares do not appear to receive the conditional transfer of such shares, th...
HIGHLAND GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
The series of Highland games whieh been advertised for several weeks pas^ ~~ on Saturday^ in a paddock nearj^bej Hotel, and not far from the hospital, Twelve o'clock noon was the hoar" . «pr.. bat at that time there were omy Itt arfißj on the ground,, with a solitary phier, Ja| land costume, maki«ig himself very hojïï Sasenach reporter Very Whappy ^nmt tinum btowingof pibroches that jnoêqr enchanting, doubtless, amid tile wÓdl beautiful glens of " Anld Caledom^ who could connect therewith a thmu ciátions, 'not obedient to théfahcyjojf southron, under a fiercely.hot «Spj appointed of his dinner. ' As one o** on, people gathered upon tim grodä^ numbers, and thé narrow and séataSb/rí «stand'' soon got; fittedjwith men,*?*-"^ children.1 There was aient for' and a little place for a smular _ the stand; but there ^ nert seem "to") dency of accommodation in this * committee niàde- their appearan o'clock, and consisted of the foll men: JUDGES : - Messrs George 1 »"'?"??(^g James M. Wallace,...
CLUNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
CLUNES. As mentioned in our issue of Friday last a body of about twenty mounted troopers, under the charge of Mr. Su perintendent Foster and Mr Warden Daly, proceeded to Clunes on Thurs day evening, for the purpose, of putting a stop to the midnight depredations that have been lately carried on there. Great caution vas exercised in'ap proaching the neighborhood, so that the alarm might not be given, and the object of the expedition frustrated. A little after mid night, having received information that the marauders were on the ground 'vibug%ieasum, tio appearance -cmBSB, police was followed by&enuneraleap- ' lng orttof the -trench; írthey seemed at first disposed tov.resis1^t but when they found themselves surragnded on -&lt;all^«okT»**^^^^ armed, they saw resistance washOpe^ less, and were made prisoners with little difficulty. Fifteen were thus taken, and conveyed to Creswick early in the morning. So far jts we can learn diese were all that were atjwork when the po...
PROSPECTING SERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
PROSPECTING SERIES. i. prospecting.-For the encourage ment of prospecting parties discover ing new leads or ofter gold workings, portions of such leads or workings ; may be allowed proportionate to the ! difficulties attending the discovery, j and according to the classification before named. For the discovery of New Leads. ? Class A- 50 feet to 4 men 100 feet to 8 men " B-127 feet to 8 men Men Men Class C-200 ft to 8 .... 320 ft to 16 430 ft to 24 " D-240 ftto 8_ 386 ft to 16 522 ft to 24 " E-300 ft to 8_ 495 ft to 16 665 ft to 24 " F--350 ft to 8_ 550 ft to 16 720 ftto 24 II. How boundaries are to be de fined. Prospecting claims can, in all cases where boundaries are disputed, be de termined and defined by measuring along the course of the gutter or lead from that point where the gutter or lead is first discovered, and such point shall be the centre of the claim. ni. Extent of claims.--The extent of all claims granted for prospecting may be two hundred yards by fifty-eight yards u...
CHINESE EVANGELISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
; CHINESEETANÖELISATIQS. ; -n. uieeuqg fwas convenea as rae wesleyan Schoo} House, Lydiard-street, on IVidaj evening, for the purpose of receiving Lo Sam Yuen, the -Agent of the Geelong .Association for the Evangehzation of the Chinese potion of otir iaïïow colonist^; and to- ¿iiitiate thc formation of a branch association in BaUarat. There were about 200 persons presentj And thé proceedings were of an , intereeting des cription iii the eyes of all those who sympa-' tmse with the objects conteniplated in the establishment of a mission amongst the Chinese inhabitants of our gold-field. -.. ? Mr James Oddie being voted to the chair, that gentleman, in a few. introductory re^ ¡j marks relative to the formation Of the Gee- 1 mug Association, and to the-: antecedents of | Messrs Young and the agent Lo: Sam Yuen, j called upon- I Mr Balfour, Secretary to the Geelong As- I sociaiáoñ,' and. one of the deputation thence to i Ballarat. He stated that a meeting had been held in Geelong, in the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. I SUBSCRIBERS an respectfully remittded that the nc tr quarter commenced on the 1st of January. The terms of Subscription from that date for thc daily Star will be Twenty Shillings; or, if by post, Twenty-HI Shillings and Sixpence per Quarter, payable -ii ad ranee. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. "A Practical Miner," "A. A. O'Connor," * " A Liver of Pair Play," '' Candid," and "H. O. Hambrock," most stand, over till our next, o A ic g to the crowded state cf our colums through the length of the report of the meeting on Saturday night, and the publication of the *' New Regula tions."
THE BALLARAT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
THE BALLARAT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. À publie meeting of this society was held on Saturday last at Quiney's Hotel, race conree, some nine or ten gentlemen being present ; Mr R. Muir in the chair. The chairman said the society had met to consider the conduct of their late honorary «creían-, Mr Dickson. Mr M'Dowall said, the object of the meeting was to take the necessary steps produced by the conduct of Mr Dickson, which had placed them in an unpleasant position, as their present secretary was all at sea for want of his books. He had met Mr Dickson in the street, and had asked him if he intended to attend this meeting, when he said that he had ]o.;t sufficient time and money over the society, and all he wanted was fair play fruin the society. He was for giving Mr Dickson every fairplay, but as in the mean time the society required its books and sketches, he begged to bring forward a mo tion which would meet the requirements of the case. It was a hard motion, but it was a necessary one....
The Star. DAILY ISSUE. MONDAY, 12TH JANUARY, 1857. THE PEOPERTT QUALIFICATION [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
?\}t êhx. DAILY ISSUE. MONDAY, 12TH JANUARY, 1857. THE PEOPERTT QUALIFICATION MINISTERS have sustained a defeat, but it has not been followed, as some of the more sanguine members of the Opposition anticipated, by a resignation and a crisis. The affirmation of the second reading of the "Assembly Members' Qualification Bill," by a ma jority of seven, on Tuesday evening, involving, as that bill does, a fundamen tal change in the New Constitution Act, led the political quid nunc» of the metropolis to prophesy the retirement of the AJministration, a dissolution of Parliament, and a general derangement of public affairs in consequence. Wed nesday came, but it brought no fulfil ment of the predictions so confidently promulgated by those who professed to be in the confidence of the Ministry ; and it was ascertained that they did not consider the vote upon Mr Daffy's '* Qualification Bill" tantamount to a vote of want of confidence in their po licy, and therefore they had no inten tion of r...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
Hocal Sntelltgence. MB LALOR'S EXPLANATION.-¥e give a ¡ very full report of' thef proceedings in the Council Chambers, on Saturday evening, and forbear offering any comments on Mr Lalor's j explanation till to-morrow, .that those electors I of North Grenville who were not present may have an opportunity of calmly forming their own opinions, uninfluenced by any remarks of I our own. ! VIOLENT ASSAULT ABD CAPTURE OF SUSPICIOUS CHARACTERS. - On Sunday afternoon au assault was committed in a house known as " Grenville Cottage," kept by a Mrs Jones, in Drummond-street, Town ship. The house is one which bears rather an indifferent reputation in the neighborhood, and it appears that on the present occasion two men who were in the house, quarrelled about the attentions paid to a female. The assaulting-party, a Cornishman, gave his op ponent four cuts on the head, one of which is said to be very dangerous. -The wounded man was conveyed to thé Hospital, and the j Cornishman and five females w...
POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 10th, 1857. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M., and S. Irwin, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
,? ; : ? - ' ; PÓLICE cpuEiy . Saturdaffyjo^mvy lOtk, 1857. \ : . t (Before W. Tamer; Esq., P.M:, end- S, Irwin, &q.,'/.PA John Berickly was charged with threaten ing heÍMvior^wfaereby'a breach of " the peace was likely to be created.... 1 -; : ; Constabb Beiuy «tated that on yesterday afternoon he saw the accused strike another' man, on the Mam-road, with a whip. The defendant, who was on bail, wag 4îned_ 40s., or in default of .payment three days'j iinprisonment. Robert SToung was charged, with stealing a white horse, the property of one Robert Dewing. ; : ~ . ' ; ' ~ " On the application of Sergeant Lamer, the prisoner was remanded for 8 days, for the productionof further evidence, John Schnitze was brought up charged 'with being à dangerous lnnatic. Drs ADison and Stewart gave testimony to that effect, and the unfortunate, man was committed to the gaol at Ballarat, until he could be sent to an asylum. The court then adjourned until Monday morning. A STRAW TOON THE SUBEAC...
THE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
TH"R riTKTHTflT ROAD BOARD. The Board met on Saturday last, at Quiney's Hotel. Present-Mr Muir (the chairman) ; Messrs. Heed, M'Dowall and Mackintosh. Mr M'Dowall mored " That the secretary call a meeting on Thurs day, 15th inst, at the Golden Fleece, at two o'clock, instead of Saturday, the 17th inst., for the purpose of considering the two lines of road from Ballarat to Miners' Best, by Yuille's Swamp." Mr Beed seconded the motion, which was carried." The Secretary read a letter from the Secre tary of the Gardiner's Road Board, stating that the meeting of the delegates from the Tarions troad boards would be held on the 19th inst, in Melbourne. Mr Reed mored "That the secretar?be instructed to prepare (he necessary bonds to be entered into by the assessors." Mr Mlntosh seconded the motion which was carried. , ?. Mr M'DowuUinoTed- .1 » ¿ 'j " That the amount of securitylo be $m}S* fae surveyor and civil *»f«t" of the boara, mr
BEST PLAYER ON THE PIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
BEST PLAYER OS THE PIPES, -rv*. «&lt;a o. /^"««^j-s.«« \ftX **~.A I / jrriXe OS. VAmijJClLMJio, JI. ucuu nuu Wattie. " Soots Wha baa," "Johnny Cope," and " ROE? O'More," and other au« were played ' - alternately by the two pipers ; M'Leod being in the costume of his dsn, and Wattie in the less romantic attire of an erery day Victorian. Our reporter declare« himself iu favor of the man who gave off first, but the prize was awarded to M'Leod amid groans, hisses, and confusion ; the crowd declaring " Wattie was the man," and "whoever heard a piper playing Bery O'More in the Highlands." * ortr.rE cizixnt. (Prise £2 2s.). This was for a considerable time an impenetrable mystery not only to . j, the simple southrons on the field, but even to ' j the enthusiastically national president him self, who pathetically acknowledged to us ? that he could not tell who or what Gillie Callum was. It turned out, however, to be a Highland dance, for which Messrs Coutts and Banks were the only a...
MEETING AT THE SWAN HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 12 January 1857
MEETING AT THSkr rSWks HOTEL ! Another meeting was held at the Swan I Hotel, Dana Street. Mr Chidlow was called ~ I to the Chair. The Chairman opened the motdjjig hy calling on Mr Eobert Siqith, who said he had B great stake and jèlt a great interest in Dal-, larat as ne had, by his industry, acquired a few of those little things that smooth the rough places of life,andmake things pleasant. He was a democrat and as he belonged to the poople, he would work tor them. His motto i would be the good pf the community before the individual^ and it would be his stony to ; help onward every movement *alw\at*" to j promote the public good of Ballarat. . \ Mr Henry Morgan, moved, and Mr Mid- ! dleton seconded " That Mr Smith is a fit and proper per son to represent the: ratepayers in the Council." . " Hr Dickson asked Mr Smith to state his . views on the subject of selecting public Servants. Mr Smith stated that he was in favor of the public servants being selected by the ratepayers, and would...