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BALLARAT SHARE MARKET. January 13 th, 1856, [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

BALLARAT SHARE MARKET. _ January 13 th, 1856, ] GOLD EX POEST JJ EAD. - AI iasr me Clarendon is down, with 230 feet on the reof, and they expect to strike the gutter in eight or ten days, as they arc going to open the drive in a day or two. The North Grenville bottomed about 70 feet too shallow, and in consequence of this the prices of shares are rather lower tlian last week. Shares sell nt the following rates, viz. :-Nos. 15 to 18, Clarendon Mining Company, no full shares to bs got ; 19 to 24, Union Mining Com pany, £160 ; 25 to 30, Great Eastern Mining Company, no shares, except quarter sleeping, to be got ; 31 to 35, North Gren ville Mining Company, £120 : 36 to 40, Grand Junction Mining Company, £135 ; .il to 45, £70 ; 46 to 50, £65 ; 51 up to 80, from £45 to £50. GBAVEI PITS LEAD. - The parallels for this lead will bo laid out to-morrow morning, and claims Nos. 1 to 5 will soon set to work. The prices for shares in the first amalgama tion is-£25 to £30 j from 6 to 10 they sell ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS AT HORSON'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

Tuesday,T^^amaty^ Hobart, from Hobart ' Towri j VYmadna, Boundary, Hugh Bobette, from Newcastle ; Governor General, from Sydney s I1«?*» coastwise : Storm Bb^ firom Porfland. SAILED.. Tuesday, 13th Jannary.-^openhagen, .for London; Qnisress, for Mauritius; WJnto Ster, for liverpool. _ .

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Commercial. BALLARAT GOLD CIRCULAR. Lydiard-street, 13th January, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

BALLARAT GOLD CIRCULAS. Lydiard-rtreet, 13th January, 1857 Messrs Ranken, & Douglas report : Tbc nite of gold parchariog bas remained without alteration during the present week,' with a fair quantity offered for sale. A change however, is shortly anticipated ; probably with in n few days, the price will considerably de cline. Tlie present rate i»£,'5 19s. 3d. and £3 19s. Od.

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MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

MINING MEMS. GRAVEL Pris.-There was a little bother on this ground yesterday, in consequence of the Warden's refusal to include the Constitution and other daims, to the number of five, on the Unicom side of the road in the Gravel Pit's parallels. A few weeks ago these parties per sisted in sinking on their own hook, and the Local Court recommended amalgamation of several of said daims. Subsequently, the Gravel Pits' surreyor applied to tile Court for reversion of said amalgamation, which the Court refused, on the ground that tits pros pectors had a better right.than the Gravel Tit's claimants, who were " nowhere." Kow, _the gutter which had been «doping from the Little Engine claim towards the Local Court-house, has taken a sharp slew across the road, and the claims on the other side, indading the Consti tution, wanted the Warden to order them to be placed within the parallels. A considerable number of miners were on the ground, bnt the Warden did not make his appearance for a long ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BALLAEAT GOLD OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

BALLAEAT GOLD OFFICE. Deposit Account for week ending Witt janu ary, 1857 : The following are the escort returns for week : ozs. dwts. £ s. d. From Ballarat to Melbourne_ 15,363 15 14,426 0 0 Creswick to Melb. 1566 10 OOO Ballarat to Geelong 0 0 4,60« 0 0 Creswick to Geelong 0 0 0 0 0 Total. 16,930 5 19,026 0 0 DEPOSITS. Gold & money in £ deposit 4th Jan. 34,950 5 1,261 Deposited this wk 1,659 0 0 Withdrawn do. 5,642 0 0 Balance 10th Jan. 30,967 5 1,261 0 O

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

NOW READY, JEW MINING REGULATIONS, {As assented to by the Executive.) Price Six Pence. To be had at the office of this paper. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. k5 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. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Mr O'Malley's letter in oar next. respectfully reminded

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

To Vr^wW B^erl%|î|ti^ OIR,-We, «ie «raáerjágw>d Mina of % O District of BsBarat, request mat jon ip allow yourself to be placed in wwmnmnn. Candidate to rexuaentasm (helLocsT-wn^ on the ensuing Btection, - -, We feel the importance of rehnmng ^pood and true men, and from our knowledge of yon, we are convinced mat your long and practical experience, stability of character, and general acquaintance with the wanto of, me Minera, rally enable you to discharge with efficiency the duties of a member of that Court . We, therefore, hare great pleasure in calling upon you to come forward, and pledge ourselves to use our endeavors to secure your return. Messrs Green, Skinner, and Cubbin, and 280 other Miners signing the requisition. Ballarat, 6th January, 1857 GENTLEMEN,-I have much pleasure in com plying with your request, to allow myself to be placed in rumination to represent you m the Local Court. Four years' residence on the Gold-fields, the whole of which time has been occupied in nu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

, \ THIS DAY. To Butchers. AC. TOBNEB has received instructions . from Mr McLeod, of Bacchus Marsh, to sell by auction, at the George Hotel Yard«, on Wednesday, the 14th inst., at one o'clock, A lot of Superior Fat Calves. THIS DAY. Draught Horses and Hacks. AC. TÜRNEB will sell by auction, at . (he George Hotel Yards, en Wednes day, the 14th inst^ at one o'clock, . A lot of TiseM Draught Horse». AlSO, A few first-rate Hacks. AUCTION. SELLING UP! ! SELLING OXJTI! SELLING ÓFÍ! ! ! WILL BE SOLD BY MÄ EL HABJUS, the varied stock of the Sji bays* Stare, T 'BakSyHOl; Together wuh the newly-btult, substantial iron rtoM Store, Äc.. Early notice »Ol he giren of the day cf sale. - '.r.i-~' 5a January, 1667. ? u .-^.r . : i í ¿taunch idraag^l&w~ 1 Ainmrgn fenrswheêl -waggon ?3. get Jwyrtww . ; . .. I! tion of b^bmS^^a^meiapf Jihelaci that the above lote ^n&^aeld without veaerve, as phe owner intends^rà%^3^^ . ,. " " THIS DAY. At&bearmao?* Butcher's Shop, - SPECIMEN HIL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

hitherto tenfnwte^^sa- iffftiiÄ^»«** tinuanw thus a&rdââ îfeéai öf «tatíngiftat fetorderto meet the increased ^íemiaftdi for Speed «a part of their 'astamttB&ttufcfeMtt «ade toge {éditions t» Hfcâr í-stoek ¿of- W9BXRSm& MACHINES, PRESSES, .iOBBOÎG ANÏ) FANCY TYPE, «s ?well m tesexj «fescriptifln, of COLORED ÏNKSi ¡AJSD PiPiES, «u* are now pr^ared jtocexti^ íOriM^m ? "' 6EOBTEST BKASON^IJB »035^ ^pHCeß í equalled br file larger jprt^iiftnyB tn ^ Jj boone or WBIBU^-X-Í.- I ,cf.*d.'. {,.!....:».{?; is a sample of their P^wes ,|hejr give tie following list for leting in everyjdag, n&f-r Posting B31& ; > í Size of Star stet, ger100'/'";..,. :£ 1 15 ô5 Every additional " .7 i200 .. .r ~0 15 , Óä Half size of Star sheet 100 ...... 1 S 0 Every additional ?j'., 100 .'.., .. 0 10 0. Quarter size of StarsheetlOO . .. 0 15 NOTE.-Colored paper, ftir apr of ihöañore _ per 100 additional, Ss., or in colored inks, ,10s. Seward, Lost *r Found Bills (Execute...

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CHINAMAN'S FLAT. (From our own Correspondent.) January 12th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

CHINAMAN'S FLAT. (From our own Correspondent.) , ~ January I2th, 1857. I Mount Hope turns ont to be a hopeless case, j and has changed its name among the many who have sunk their all in sinking on it to Mount Despair. Persons are fast returning from it in as large numbers as they left last ?week. They give a most -woeful account of their journey, and report that thousands are still encamped by thc waters of the Loddon. Two or three accounts are current relative to the cause of the rush. The one to which most credence is attached is that a storekeeper from Chinaman's caused two bullock dray loads of goods to be conveyed to the Loddon, and put up a store there. He then spread a report that new diggings had been found out, and as in all such cases, it obtained ready currency, and a rush took place. The storekeeper throve upon his dupes, selling his goods at an immense profit, keeping his victims in suspense by stating that he had despatched a man on horseback in search of the best rout...

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The Star. DAILY ISSUE. WEDNESDAY, 14TH JANUARY, 1857. BALLARAT WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

% i>tat. DAiLV zsstrs. WEDNESDAY, 14TH JATTCJABY, 1857. BALLARAT WATER SUPPLY. SOMB ten months since the question of a Water Supply for Ballarat excited the attention of those directly inter ested in adding to the advancement and welfare of the district. In August last year, a Report was furnished by the Town-Surveyor, setting forth, in detail, the only scheme practicable in reference to our present, and for a lengthened period, future require ments ; thereupon representations were made to the Executive Government, and a grant of seven thousand pounds was applied for by the Municipal Council to carry out the object. The Government appointed a surveyor to examine into the merits of the pro posed scheme. The report of that gentleman was drawn up, and presented to the Commissioner of Public Works, some four months since, and we are warranted in saying, though not offi cially, that it was favorable to, and concurred generally in, the details of the original plan. Why has the matter b...

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MEETING AT SEBASTOPOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 January 1857

MEETING AT SEBASTOPOL. There was a meeting of the Sebastopol   miners, yesterday morning, near the Regestry   Office, White Horse, when about 300 persons   assembled. The object for which the meeting   was convened was the selection of Candidates   for the Local Court Election which takes ¶ place to-day. Mr Weeks, whom the meeting rejected, when proposed as a candidate by   Mr Mackrey, was voted to the chair, and   opened the proceedings with a short speech   in which he referred to the mining on pri- vate property question, which he considered   as important a matter as the election for the   Local Court, and expressed the hope that the   miners would not neglect to pay attention to   the ends contemplated in the establishment of   the League.   Messrs Yates, Gillies, and Frazer, old   memb...

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. A meeting of this body was held on Tuesday evening at thc Chamber, at eight o'clock. .. . - j B. B. Gibbs, Esq., President, in the chair. The minutes of the last general and committee meetings, were read and con firmed. The election of a committee-man in the room of Mr M'Callum took place, when the following gentlemen were proposed:-Mr Carver, Mr W. Cameron, and Mr B. Twiss. Upon the ballot being taken, Mr Twiss was found to have the majority of votes, and was, therefore, declared duly elected. Mr Bother's suggestion relative to the appli cation to the Government to delay giving money for thc roads, until the municipality was estab lished on Ballarat east, was withdrawn. Mr W. B. Dobinson suggested, that the Post master be written to, requesting him to make arrangements for forwarding all letters from the post-office by the Monday morning's mail, which had been posted up to 5 o'clock, p.m., on Sunday. After some discussion the intro duction of the question was w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

' aafa^y-jjggu.nt, QXESVmJi BAKER! THE PrepríÉAof oT the ahovefi^ situated and commodious rasmi*«» being about to ; return to Scoaaaaj.heMfesclvea^to « them by^mr^coBtact. Theya* _ ^_rte orenfa bum wita bluestone, and secaredw an iron frame.- ll bas been Wäütfmt&r twdn months, and fa stBl in -exeeUent condition. "Tne canyragen^wa^^ a snug business at present carried on, winch maj be easily increajcdto nhno«t any eö^. For those who may^'oesmms of seciniittgfor them selves a condonable and beautifully situated freehold buswess property, tbi» ii a real oppor tunity. - ! ' For terms and other particulars apply, with out delav, to the proprietor, WILLIAM HO EKE," oakthe premises.... , X.H.-The ? title dèèdà are ctóar/and in the hands of the proprietor. ! Ballaia^lf* Jan^. 18#J,:} i --.-.j Union Co-operative Gold Mming Cbmnany, . Commissioners' Flat, Crr-swick Creek. THIS Company designs working the ! grant on the co-operative principle, namely, that each and every shareholder, sh...

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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." A CLUNES CHAMPION. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

Only wul endeBvoape; lo - H «nd who had been ^mitted to bau, not&p ï«K^^^^5J^«fedjo**ibrf^ted 'For ¡the epaaons itsejmreaseâ ire give every ^fiawjw ???i«ngeaH.y ejaaomBed. opinion a placela Uns column, re&sn^'no nsäpalMr ter merely beeanse ïis 'êÊ^tÊ00mmAi mr .m." "" ' -?*'*-?'? -J.''- -, .. A CLUNES, CHAMPION. ' ? >'' Bra,-1Fi^yon:be kind wtongh to insert the foDawjng important. &ctsin yonr esrUest pTiblictttion, ^£irlfae fdififljfùaon.of mineBB ge BersDy., Jh i^.^t^o?,^.^ insj^, yon state (hat annnÁerofnea bad taken pos session of the qnariEpnef a^ worked all jme previous? xñgbt in ßeQaape af the proprietor, servante, ¡.and ; police ^sta tioned here. This/fcasoneof tim parties at work deny. ' _ ?,J- ' 1st. We had not taken possession of the reef, bat merely went to.get a few bags of quarti for aspJosistenos, .ead on-awiyaLof the police we desisted ; ;bittV prior to this, when lhere were only two rconstebles, we alwayB left, and never in jone instance, re...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

3LocíU JhiteUtgeucc, CROWDED OUT.-The report of last night's meeting of the People's League, and several important letters, will appear in to-morrow's issue. AGRICULTURA!. PRODUCE.-Last season, the first wheat growing season at the Grange, there has been more than 18,000 bushels of wheat grown at the Grange; and ground at the Grange mill. It is esti mated from the increased extent of land brought into cultivation, that the produce at the Grange for the forthcoming agricul tural season of that part of the back country of Portland will not bc less than sixty thousand bushels. In this is one out of many arguments for a tram-road from Port land into the interior.-Portland Guardian. MB STEPHEN C. MASSBTT.- (Jeames Pipes, of Pipesville.) - The celebrated American monologist, is now on a visit to \ Ballarat, and we believe purposes giving : his recA«MÄ* entertainments, from which so much pleasure and gratification have been derived in England, the United States, and latterly, in Melbourne ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, 13th January, 1857. MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

I LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, XZth January, 1857. MINING ON PEIVATE PKOPEETT. Mr Blair presented a petition from a number of miners and storekeepers residing at the Clanes ^diggings, praying the Assem bly to mark its disapprobation of the alien ation of a known and valuable gold-field, from the public, in such a manner as would both subserve the public interest and enable the petitioners to compensate themselves for their loss of time and capital. Mr Hughes presented a petition praying for the construction of a tram-road between Portland and the Grange. MAJ0E-GEKEEA1 11A.CABTHTTR. The Speaker announced that the address to j Major-General Macarthur which had been adopted by the Assembly had been that dav presented, and that the Acting-Governor had Í returned the following reply : " Mr Speaker and Gtatlemen of the Legis j latire Assembly, "I sinoerely thank you for your flattering and most unexpected Address, and for the cordiality which you express in it. j " To have obtained the ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS, PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVALS, PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

Wednesday, 14tb¡ Jsmutj.'-E*cott, trota 3omhamptoii; Cbtama^) item Porflaad; Rlçnpk, fron Bombay;: Senex, fim |om iaa, *i« Plj«ipata, *6 joayvtSOpamiiflrri;

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, 13th January, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ¡ Huéaiqy, lUk January. 1857. ¡ Tuesday, \Uh January. 1857. In reply to Mr Hood, the President said that it was folly competent for any member to more for returns relative to the expenditure of public money. Mr- Hervey moved for a select committee to consider the inexpediency of subjecting to an annual vote of the Assembly, the salaries of any of the officers of the Legislative Council The committee to consist of Messrs Miller, Mitchell, J. H. Patterson, Power, Urquhart, Cruikshank, Bennett, and the morer. The motion was put, after discussion, and lost by a majority of one. Contents ll. Non-Contení» 12. Mr Fawkner 'moved for a committee to prepare a form of Prayer to be used at the opening, of the Council. Several Hon. Members, spoke at length on both sides. The spirit of their arguments was, however, much the same as in the debate previously reported. The House divided-Cont nts 13, non contents 10. . The motion was, therefore, carried by a majority of 3. Mr All...

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RAILWAYS V. ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

RAILWAYS f^BOADS. TECK dí^srign upon, ^e-ijnoríts of steam, Minmai =^power* ftâaU&e con struction of railroads, or tramroads, still occupies a very pronainent «hare of attention among OOT'Sopth Austra lian neighbors. ' Upon bne branch of it they have undoubtedly made up their minds, and .that is, riot to constniet either rall, or tnunroads, where there is not a defined prospect ¡of a remimera tive return. Between tramroads to be used for horse power and ordinary metalled roads, the facilities of con- ¡ s traction being the same, the choice lies in the economy of the outlay; as:in either one case or the other compara tively little advantage would be gained, all things considered. If the traction is easier, and jthe speed somewhat acceléf ated over the tram road, it may be questioned whether the general avail- - ability for all descriptions of traffic afforded by a g od metalled road is not an equivalent. The cost however must decide it and through a large, if not the largest ...

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