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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 January 1857

HOW BEADY, ÍTEV MINING REGULATIONS, \ (As assented to by the ExecutiveJl~ : Price Six Fence. To be bad at the office .of this paper. j NOTICE TO SÙBSCRJJBERS! j SUBSCRIBERS are respectfully reminded j that the new quarter commenced on the : 1st of January. The terms of Subscription ? from that date for the daily Star will be] Twenty Shillings ; or, if by post, Twenty-six Shillings and Sixpence per Quarter, payable in advance. . . . . .'

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. MELBOURNE TRADE REPORTS. Argus Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 January 1857

Commercial. ( ~ MELBOURNE TRADE REPORTS. Argwt Office, Saturday Evening. There has'been a healthy trade doing this last week, large parcels of gooda having been dispatched to the interior. Goods have, however, continued to arrive freely, and the delivery of the Simla's mails has placed the meachants in possession of in telligence of large shipments still on the way. The anticipated general rise in rates of British goods does not appear to be likely to be realised. In breadstuff there has been considera ble movement. The shipments of Adelaide flour which have come to hand have met with a more ready sale, and a few trans actions have taken place in Chilian. There is little wheat offering at the mills, and for present delivery prices are rather firmer. Horse feed has slightly improved, in con sequence of English advices. In spirits there have been some transactions st former rates. Wines have realised our quotations at auction. Bulk beers are becoming rather plentiful in the cellars. B...

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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 — 13 January 1857

(sr sacas» smw*j*B%i Smiday, liât January.-Ariel, oom new castle; Margaret, ihnn Sydney; Clarence, Janet Dickson, from Hobart Town. - pa rr am » ' Monday, lata. - Harrowby, focJ^Hobart - Town ; Osear, --

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 January 1857

AIT CT 10 H S ALES. THIS BAT, PAXBICK EJL&X, at 12 O'Clock, the Bali larat DinmglBooms, opposite the Montezuma Theatre ; also, the Hope Restaurant. AUCTION. SELLING UP! SELLING OUT!!. SELLING OFF ! « ! V Ï ? Wni BE SOLD; ; .-; BYMaHHABRIS, the varied stock of the ; Six Days' Store, - Bakery.-Hfll; Together with the newly-built, substantial iron roofed Store, &c., &c.. Early notice will be given of the day. »f jaie. .. 5m January, 1857. '? .-' = ' -" ; ÏHI8; DAT. ' ' ; -.. At Twelve o'CJpck;: ' : PATRICK BEAN has been favored with - mstrnetioBs ¡(rom MWaoght, Boyd and Op, j toseBbypnbhVancu^ . .-T'-- On;Ttr^|AT^Í^:^ll^^;:;. \ All those new and commodious premises, sitaste on the most bffiauoss 'lètat of the Mem road, Tegards eomfoi chased by ; Sn Sans one ^pT4Mtiat' t at me last Fthlhatr rtitfml frnjlniffl ; nüySshöuldaoti»; . fr-i;|,0TÍ.{.ti-g For .ftca^p3npw i> JBOTD, & GO., ; street, Township. . ,1t.wonfi^.use*»,fo/stjteinpt,«waam me tonus of an ...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 January 1857

AaBlCTJiTUBAL SÔCIÈOYÎ r:tsm,^l notice »«^tnt ^ ta« «bore BO» qefo^HU'poriing to be that of sa prjbKc àaeet ing heul st Conney's Hotel, Dowling*Forest* : Jwhen iMessrs Mnk«nd M^Dbwafl, with nine, 49T rten -gentlemen, are stated to haré been present. I beg therefore to mite' a few re- ' oarks ödAfc pípóeoamg8<¡('Úiít méeting. lat.' I object'to the said meeting, because ' itlias Tjeeh convened st ' s most {hconvenkmt1 and unsuitable place.' Wh^ Jtlid not these ! eight ¡er ten.gern%èmèn; ^fix5 upon the top of: onebf Ä BaH Hius or the centre bf Lake Burrahxbeet, or some é^uaüy eligible spot for s public meeting, where the pnwiç were not at all likely to.disturb their highly regular and correct proceodu^s ? " 2nd; I object tb the said meeting because it is not conTened by the proper officer, and is therefore null,and.void, .according to the constitution of the society. 3rd. I object to the said meeting because it has assumed apower that does not belong to eren a "rmblic genera...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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." GOLDEN POINT LEAD. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 January 1857

<®$m eolttmit. ! _i 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 let ter merely because ita sentiments differ from our own." GOLDEN POINT LEAD. (To ike Editor of the Star.) Sir,-I beg to address a few words, through your paper, to mose who have the management of the Golden Point Lead, in reference to the injury, to the community and: the shareholders ahead of the lead, by allowing certain parties . to shepherd or to hold claims in reserve. It must be patent to the eye of any one that the coarse pursued by these parties is stopping the progress of the lead ; there can he nojustifiable reason adduced why, at least, three more parties should not commence work, that is as far as No. 55. It is now proved that the_gutter must be' wubin a short distance of ', those claims sinking, as the Great Eastern is now 2Ö0 feet If so, how is it that Kos. 41 to 45 ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE COURT. Monday, 12th January, 1857. (Before W. Turner, Esq, P. M., D. Fitzpatrick, Esq., J.P., and J. Victor, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 January 1857

POLICE COURT         Monday, 12th January, 1857. (Before W. Turner, Esq, P.M., D. Fitz- patrick, Esq., J.P., and J. Victor, Esq., J.P.) Thomas Reynolds was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Having been 48 hours in prison, he was discharged. Thomas Cavan was fined 50s., or 48 hours imprisonment, for being drunk and   disorderly.               James Webster was fined 20s. or 24   hours imprisonment for a like offence.       Robert Fallan was fined 40s., or 48 hours   imprisonment, for being drunk and dis-   orderly.   William Bray and Oliver Glayas were charged with threatening behaviour, whereby a breach of the peace might have been caused. The defendants had been   admitted to bail, as also had another man  ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 January 1857

clang <nte to inch of~as éa hare i. ,_. cnongli: to enlscacentstto^ " "vate intereste. yut^., Pnauïeation ] argjuments were supported ^ a^ma» and ejcperience, drawni'jjjSfi: jätfatt eomcea, j and those m^jjnt'^^j^^t^bte the Hoase.: whiu^h^^âd^â ^Sàïer^^^^â_ _ . viz., moderation íone^ f ana altogether j the appearance fe-made on! the occasion waa J a higluy creditable one, andrjiaed bim m the j esteem of the House. Mr Hames,-? anthea {ar beik»w- his ordinary ? Lyaigunwnthec td urge against "the introaj£étion-oî the ' was the absurd one that if it became law a | dissolution of the House would be rendered neceaaagv,. , i 3Ehe üallacy of this was well shown j by the speakSjSjfciihe other side, «ind it is j Ipïain that the\o^i^ïmcnlty - might be raised i on the hrtrndnctionVof the Bill lat any future I l£me. 3es5as7 when laws are passed it is with à view to their prospective, end: ¿not their retrospective application; any measure might be opposed on Ihe ground; that injus tice...

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The Star. DAILY ISSUE. TUESDAY, 13TH JANUARY, 1857. THE VICTORIAN LAND LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 January 1857

DA. XX'S" I88TJS. TUESDAY, 13TH JANUARY, 1857. THE VICTORIAN LAND LEAGUE. PENDING the decision of the Assepi bly on the Land Scheme submitted by the Surveyor-General, the people are beginning to bestir themselves, and by the adoption of co-operative societies are seeking to secure the great benefit which the possession of the waste lands is calculated to confer upon the present and future inhabi tants of the Colony. Warned by the experience of the past, of the weak ness and ffinutility of individual and cursory agitation, a few able and energetic leaders have originated " The Land League, for the avowed purpose of introducing a system for managing the waste public lands of the Colony, wrhich will at once secure the interests of the agriculturist, the miner and the squatter, under com prehensive, liberal, and equitable con ditions." The meeting at Asdey's, in Melbourne, on Wednesday everiing last, was as successful an initiatory one as could have been desired. The resolutions submitt...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 January 1857

- %ùts& ButclUgettce, NOTICES TO COBBESPONDENTS.-L. H. E. Forward your name to us. BALL ABAT GAOL.-State of H. M. GaoL Ballarat, for the week ending the 9th January, 1857 :-In gaol on 2nd January, 1857-22 males, 3 females ; received during the' week, 23 males, 5 females ; total, 45 males and 8 females ;'discharged during the Week, límales and 3 females. For trial, 10 males, 1 female ;; On remand, 1 nude; under sentence, 19 males, 3 females ; lunatics, 2 males, i female ; debtors, 2 \ males. Total, 34 males and 5 females. INQUEST.--On Saturday last Dr Glenden ning held an inquest at Bath's Hotel, on the body of Henry Hobson, aged 40, a bullock driver. It appeared that he had delivered a toad m Ballarat, on Friday, and was returning home to Dowling Forest. He partook of some liquor at the Miner's Best Hotel, and I then left. About a mile from the public house, he fell off the dray, and was . found i dead in an hour's time. It is supposed that the unfortunate man was attacked w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 January 1857

KO. ? i PUBLIC MEETING wffl %r*%éUitt ^Wednesday, JanraryMii: [ i'Scaf tiie financial ana general reportcf the "Toaeaf 1_^ . s potion of the Lèagné on_ T. fi. Cope, Esq., -WÛ1 take the chair, e . Miners attend, and decide whether . Üie nien appointe^ bj you have done their »dary or net. Te the Timber Merchants and 8ajhr Mill PropnéjtórB pt BfOlùrat. . YOTJ are requested to attend a meeting jit Bath's" Hhielf>.y£n ffssday, the 12 th instant, at 2 o'clock p.m., oh business of importance. -By order of the trade, JAMES CUMMINS, . Hon. Sec. Ballarat Hospital THE Honorary Medical Officers and Committee of Management to the above. Institution, for the ensuing year, will be nominatedafc»publie meeting, to be held at the Council Chambers, at eight o'clock, p.m., on Friday, the 30th January, and the election (by ballot) take place on the following day, between, the hours of twelve and four o'clock. - ? 1 No proxies will be received, except in be half of lady subscribers. New subscribers mu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 January 1857

are MW/jjrépíer^ tqj^^^orèem va. ^e3 SHORTEST BEAJSOÎTAB£E SOTICK, at prices otuy " equalled by me largCT esuüiliBhrrieiits in Mel bourne OT Geelofng.' ' ' -üt4*1' - ?. j " As a riaaBiple «f.taen-3Pricea they give'ihn ' following List for JPrinting i»*wky «fey tue Sizeoï c^r^tiéetíperluu \\.V.?%Ífo b Every additional . 100 ....i.^OlS p HW size bf «fiirfshéet ÍOjP... ';;."; 1 5 ¡O Every afflitíéBfl'' * ;'1Ö0 v .L h /J Ö W p , Quarter^tf»«^^ Bis NoTfc-^-bowred paper for ct. j^abovis per 100. additional, i&.^or^najcolgrp^j|k^ ÎOç. : TLéwaxà, Lort or? jfoandiBülß ? .(Executed one hour after order} . ? ' ; Pot any number rip to 100 V.:. 1 : ."^O Í2 fe * Drapers' ami Other HanaTñHs¿; .." ï Per 1000 . .. ." .. .. .:r£l*$ 0 *0 *A considerable reduction »na& çf.lOjUOO ? omore of the above be ordered: Bill Headings. ¿ I*rp sizejer 1000.. . !.,.£2 10 0 ' Orduiary aze do . ".. 2.0 0 "Smallsize ; 'do 1 10- O Nom-¿br ruferf paper lOs per .1000 ;<uZ ditionat. Tradesmen's...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL COURT. Monday, 12th January. Present:— The Chairman, and Messrs. Fraser, Yates, Stoddart, O'Connor, Gillies, Coleman, and Thompson. Kennedy v. Coulson—Refusal to fulfil agreement. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 January 1857

.V. A LOG Ali OOU&T. ¡Ewaantí-r- aJtó'íCtolrjnámf ri *iid - Messrs. fraser, Yate^moddart,O'Goni^, Giffie^ Coleman, aiuiîTlMmttisorï. Eemtedj T- Cpnlson--B^efnsal to fulfil rna àmvntUfmi: --=.?.?' "immley Kennedy, plaintiuY saidie fand no miner's right or husmees lioesae^^aaytlib^ eh» anjihcrisinglumton^ and the Court told hun he had no business m the Court. '"'¡ I.¡'?">?;? .. A mate of the plahitaflTs was in Court, and Iie1uwín¿a mfiWVrighV upon to stBtethe case. . . : *' Thomas Conboy stated' that détendant had refosed to furnish accounts andpay up his share \of expenses. Defendant ywaa the*. I treasurer of tile company, Kb. 12 ?French-p <man's, and the company could -not. get him to settie accounts. ?.. ,, ,. Mr -Walshhere appeared forphuntifil . Examination continued :^JJefi#dantTre fiised to hand over £48 18s. 4d. oad, and said hehadpaid debts with it. He said he had also lent various sums. ' They wanted settle ment of accounts and balance of gold.' Defenda...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 13 January 1857

ASPLENDID HEAESE (wîlà toâtt^l coach attached) vim either black: w'itóliBg Ostrich Plumes, for hire. ? ''"-fi&l Palls, 4uttbands> and every requisite ftr*í|B*¿| spectacle funeral,for, saleorhîré. A.. large assortment of coffin farni tore forsa1e> cheap. :- .» ; .. Í -.<.«'£. Fanerais Performed. ,"*¿*-# - J.T. JACKSON, Undertaker, Main-road, opposite Om Kotseffci . Hotel! ? ^m&-:m

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POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 13th. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

POLICE COUßT. Tuesday, January 13th. (Before W. ïttrner, Esq., P.M.) . . . . Themas Madigan was charged with using obscene language. Mr Trench appeared for the prisoner. . Mr David Fitzpatrick stated that on Monday he met the prisoner, when he asked him a question with reference to a I charge of robbery, that had been brought ' against him on Friday last, the prisoner ran away,' and witness then arrested him, upon which he used most obscene language. Witness then took the prisoner to his house, and sent for the police. Mr Turner said it would be best to hear the charge of robbery. The prisoner was then charged with stealing money from John Humphreys ; but no prosecutor appearing, and there being no evidence against the prisoner, he was discharged, as far as the accusation for robbery was concerned. For using ob scene language he was fined 40s , or in de fault of payment, three days' imprison ment. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M., and D. Fitz patrick, Esq., J.P.) Robert Falla was broug...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

Hotal intelligence, | MONTEZ r/st*. THEATRE.-Last Bight th< play of Hamlet introduced the America! actor Mr Buchanan in a Shaksperian cha r:icter. The interest excited in witnessing the representation of this great and peculiai part by every aspirant for tragic honon seems in no degree lessened, and a very fail house assembled on the occasion. The re putation acquired by Mr Buchanan as an actor of great merit, led ns to expect that ir his hands thc pourtraiture of Hamlet would have received some fresh illustration worthy of record. Such, however, was notthe case. It was ia the main but a repetition of the usual stage traditions, unmarked by any of those fine intellectual concep tions by which_ the greatest actors were wont to be distinguished. In saying thus much, we must, at the same time, award Mi Buchanan the praise due to him as one promi nent in his profession, and capable of rendering .with effect, the characters he represents. He has a fine figure, a marked and ple...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREAT FIRE IN SANDHURST. (Abridged from the Courier of the Mines.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

GREAT FIRE IN SANDHURST. I (Abridged from the Courier of the Mines.) j Un Sunday afternoon an alarming fire broke out in Bridge-street, which, but for the prompt and energetic exertions of the Fire Brigade, the military, police, and other per sons, might have been attended with the most serious consequences. The flames originated, as far as we have been enabled to ascertain, in the photographic rooms of Professor Adams, and extended, with almost lightning rapidity, to the adjoining buildings. The general store of Messrs Ourson and Caro was I entirely consumed, and several hundred pounds worth of property destroyed. Messrs Kennedy, Kelly, and Co. have suffered se verely in consequence of the flames communi cating with their timber yard. We bave beard their loss estimated at £500. The whole set of photographic instruments and apparatus of Professor Adams hare been de stroyed; his premises are level with the ground, and we understand that he has lost his au. The slab store of Mr Kirkby...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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." LOCAL COURT ELECTION. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

®$tn 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 let ter merely because its sentiments differ from .nr .wn." LOCAL COURT ELECTION. (To the Editor of the Star J Sis,-Though, unaccustomed to writing through the press, yet I cannot allow this opportunity to pass, without giving expres sion to my feelings on the subject of our Local Court Election. That it is the imperative duty of every miner to see that no man goes into that Court, except his honesty, mtelfigence, and ability are undisputed, no one will question ; but, if these qualities are to be in the possession of the men who are elected, the miners must be j awake to their own interests, they must he up to the mark of their high calling, they must attend at the election on Wednesday, and see that no men are ejected but those who will truly and fairly represent them, Requisitions are being got ...

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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

0^ injNicrpiAi On Monday evening, anieetíng of the rate- 1 paye» of Ballarat vas bald, at the Wheat sheaf Inn, feeing the Swamp, for «te purpose of hearing Messrs. Cnnunins, W. C. Smith, B. Smith, Carver, and W. Moore, candidates for three vacancies in the Municipal Council, express their sentiments. The meeting, winch tras very well attended, did »ot conclnde until after eleven o'clock and was, at times, particulflriv noisy and excited. JSr Middleton, of the Swan Hotel . occu pied the chair. The Chairman said that they were all aware that the object of the present meeting was to hear the different candidates for the Munici pal Council express their sentiments. They would then be ina position to form an esti mate as to which of them would represent them most suitably. He called upon the meeting to hear each candidate and then to put what qaestions they wished. Jfr Cummins then rose to address the meeting. He said he had been called upon to offer himself as a candidate, by requisitio...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN THE DISTRICT OF BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN THF I DISTRICT OF BALLABA^ FOU TUB TBA* ENDING 31ST DES&Sf BBF_ 1856. Through, the courtesy of Mr Pooley, the district registrar, we> are enabbed to Hy before our readers au abstract of fae births, deaths, and casualties ia the district daring the past year. Births, M. 51 58 42 64 56 67 65. 69 71 95 69 69 ¡766 F. 59 52 31 60 61 61 60 81 74 105 61 66 [764 TotaL 110 110 76 114 117 128 123 150 145 200 130 125 1530 Deaths. By the above it will be perceived ihat frombirthsaloneasteadyand preponderating increase hu taken place in the population-" fatal, when the ^ea^ naSi%ieTÍA 65 ; and the month of November «ha most healthy, when the de&fiis'hsmlléTéd'fR^r^.^T& autumn season g^èhi&f^i^m^0:hS'.M^\ most unhealthy |wkrtfen of die^yaar. Í The most melancholy'Âctîn connection with «his return is the large unmber of deaths résolu, iog from accident or violence, requiring public investigation, amounting to nearly 25 per cent. Of the total ...

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