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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. I LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. I Mc Hervey gave notice that he would move I an Address to His Excellency the Governor, | praying him to enlarge the schedule of the Con- ] stitation Act, so as to embrace the salaries of offices of the Council. I Mr Stewart gave notice that he would ask ' whether it "Fas the intention of the Government, to propose any measure to remedy the stealing of goods by the carriers. j Mr Fawkner brought up the report of the Prayer Committee, and moved that a call of the i whole House be made, to consider the adoption of prayer, and gave notice of motion, for Tuesday next, that the prayer be read by the President every day before the commencement of the business of the House. The .notices of motion by Dr. Tierney and Mr Allan were postponed on account of the absence of Mr Mitchell. Mr. Fawkner withdrew his notice of motion. "Mr Fawkner to move that the petition pre sented by T. M'Combie, Esq., in the name of John D. Lang, D.D., be expunged from t...

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The Star. DAILY ISSUE. THURSDAY, 15TH, JANUARY, 1857. STEALING NO ROBBERY! [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

ÄJjf Itiir. SAZX.T XBSVB. THURSDAY, 15 TH , JANUARY, 1857. STEALING NO ROBBERY ! AacosG the ignorant and -unthinking j portion of the mining population there j ore a few whose ideas of the nature of ¡ property arc somewhat heterodox, and who exhibit the laxity of their prin ciples in this .respect, so often as it will suit their interests. These ' men are, fortunately, not very plentiful, but like Thugs, or Dancing Dervishes, they, i make up .for the smallness of their { number, by the wild and startling nature of their doctrines. They pro fess universal brotherhood, but on en quiry their catholicity of spirit is found to be limited to their own order. They proclaim that they burn with zeal for the protection of the rights of man, and at the same time exhibit an un lawful ardor for the possession of other people's goods and chattels. Their utopia lies somewhere below thc social position of the "sans culottes, and " they have, and we have not," is the Allah il Allah of their politica...

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GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

Mr. Hmaflray wititdrew DbeiBO&ïBjiiawpBg 1 i las i^&*Vömmxtfä* Bon«;*» J the s&M*MJG^ } ... ^^^S^'§ma^§,*i>^^f^mí «ad Tepert.]*soaj<he mc1ï?al<w«*^^#«I Trfwal fífwrh»;'QB thè-iW^T1? of erteading these courte in order to embrace the h>cal man agement «f the minîffî dîsltncts; ana on the expediency of ÎMtitnl^ a peônanent nuning department, for Ae uniform «nd general faner-:, vision of the whole ofthe fShiiFielus, such Committee to consist of Mr Baines, Captain " - Mr Itaa^'W'l^^:"^*'» li" UV Cameron, Mr Homn*ay, -Mr Mr O'shanassy, and me mover." "- - He old not tamk that die measure intro daced bj Vf-Papt%«,&.W?klT*£¿ _ Ol rae measure con templated by the Government heknesr nothing. The result of the gold-fields enquiry was to establish the wardm system, "wliich he ad mitted superseded die useless 'iwid expeh-" sive gold commisioners ; hut the wardens, as a body, he tras sirry to-say,' had not proved equal ip the öccaMim itt...

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POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 14th January. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

I POLICE COURT. j Wednesday, Utk January. j (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M.) . j Edward Stuart was charged with using obscene language in a public place. Dec tee ti ve Hyland proved the language used, and the prisoner was fined.£3, or in default of payment one week's imprison ment. Maria Quinn was charged with using ob scene language on the night of the ^3th Mr Dunne defended the prisoner. Constable Sheridan stated that he was on duty last night at the Charlie Napier, when the prisoner called him a b-y-a b-y wretch, for taking her ap last Sunday. Constables Lewis and Spears corroborated the testimony of Sheridan. Mr Dunne, on behalf of the prisoner sub mitted that there was no interpretation of what was meant by a public place in the Vagrant Act, and, in the Management bf Towns Act; the interpretation given to public place did not include such a place as the Charlie Napier. Mr Tamer said he thought the Charlie Na pier was a public place, and if one of the per formers there were to sin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

MARRIED, On the 14th inst., by special license, at the residence of the Rev. Theophilus Taylor, Ballarat, by the Rev. H. Waddington, John William Burns, Esq., late of Tarbuck, Lan- cashire, to Ann Langford, second daughter of Samuel Langford, Esq., late of Hyde, near Manchester, now residant of Creswick, Vic- toria.

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

jrr WAREHOUSE tdük*t&e\ ^ Yards, Ba&'« öateV »«ma» mp|> j of Tory prime JáUch "Cowa, rf which one i MONDAY, löth JANUABY, i »' * Atl&Vteook. . j donee, Speculators, end Parties about to fuIBiaili "J < "» «. J-, il-J J [, ! ÓSSESESVED "feâïâS OF PBIVATE ' * PBOPEBTY,, w , ' Qn.accoúhtjot h«wn^ for England. . LAMB, HOUSE, & í"ÜBiriTUEE. | S^,MOBWIT0H 1^ . to sell hy public amition^ on Monday next*tfcel9th«fiftniíaiy,at j . On the premises, QBEKVILLE COTTAGE, in Baglan-street, corner of Dana- ¡ Street^ next 1» the Yill^ ~ ? . Aa Allotment of ¿and* Having a frontage of « 68 feet toBagta-street, by adepíh of 180 fi^ 'Meed att round, on whiéh is erected ; - .' ' ? .. ': A Äeat,' Compact, Two-storied Containing ¡ten rooms, Tritt shingle roof, spouted au round, with verandah: and yard, divided, into flower,'and, kitchen gardens. Having m addition, a" good stable and fowl house, with ^hree water tanks, capable of containing six loads Of water. . ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. This body met yesterday afternoon at j »three o'clock, at the Council Chambers. Present, the Chairman, Councillors Stewart, Muir, Tulloch, and Davies. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Town Clerk read the following letters. From the Sur aeyor-General's office, informing the Council their communication with reference to buildings on the Church of England reserve had been referred to the Bishop of Mel bourne. Letter from the Central Road Board, stating that it would cost a thou sand pounds to remove the bank opposite the Bank of Australasia, and as much money had to be laid out in streets in Ballarat, thc work could not bc done. Councillor Davies said he did not believe that it would cost the amount stated by Mr Eowand, and he begged to move " That the Town Surveyor make an esti mate of removing the bank, and that Govern ment be asked for the amount required." Councillor Tulloch seconded the motion, which was carried. A letter from the...

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

hitherto beca » únoance <^j] part of ftefi à&hritâ£$fc$Ufc'e SW 3T8 DOW jjtvj«-T^ - .... -- 6F0ETBST KBiîààii^iÎBtejM^t^ «-a "H- tte ^^?iS4iiPa*ata' bourne«'Gíte^^^^?*^ ls a sainple m flSib S-ruÄ'ti^f»* fi*. folloWing LM^JVi^^^^ttftf?-^; Size of Äfcw aheèÇuarfao' WÍK'Ü! £ i.f*5««0? Every addition»! "4 / 100«.i.i'i .*;í "0 tó sil* Half size of tf^shset^ee-'V.V; >C »; 1 Every additional ¡y \ Í |HI0 . iiv.S iflilOî'O Quarter size of ÂïarateetlOO .."v. ~0 15,- -=© JíóTB ^-M^óliKei'p^er for aify of thc above' Bewarf J^t'^r Foojid3Ü& V,' ¡ > (Exerted one hour »Jter ordetj < For any number ty to 100 ...... 0;12' ?6: Drapers' andOther-' Handbills; « * Per 1000 ..v:..;r.V.V...:.:i...:?JE1 0? 0 *#*J( considerable rednetüm^nade'if 10,30fr or more of the al^e be ordered. '. *? . ' Bill'Headioyes. Large size, per lOCjO-.,_..£2 ,10, .0. Ordinary size do .". 2,00; Smallçïze , do. 1 Ip Ó NOTE.-Fm\ruled.jKiper:'\08 per 1000' dk-i ditioual. . . Tradesmen's ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 15 January 1857

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Mr Snodgrass gave notice of motion re specting emigration to the Western Dis trict. Mr Snodgrass gaye notice of motion that he would move that the quorum of Com mittees be reduced to three. The Surveyor-General, in answer to Mr AspinaU, stated thai until anew road would be made, that through Mt Bradshaw's tun would be kept open. a. ? Mr Hnmfiray moved that the gold-fields resolutions should be replaced on die paper, excepting «sch as related to money. Dr. Ovans moved for certain retains, comprising many particulars respecting Local Courts. The Hon. the Commission er of Trade and Alexander Baüway was ^m<»û,|ujâ|*hatr the som of 280,000 had hem resätal tabards' toe pKjineat of the éune. Mr Sargood*« motion for retorna for the year J 1866 of the appropriation of *be £50/WO for the promotion of iengw^jM^te»WQOM.g| Mr-Syme, regarding \Vnu*MgBuiliD, BJPK'. Goner on board the President h«|iQ and JHËÉD Whitier, a ticket-of-leave holder, were earned. sentéd b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 January 1857

TtflTiTiAHAT XTOMBEB of Inpatients AJÍ 1856, from the Opsmngof t September lrt> December Sut, WITH A. OXAaSlPICATlOK OF Abscess , Anasarca Ascuas Aneurism Apoplexy Bronchitis Ban» Calcali Concession Cantará» Cystitis _ Diilocations iïv Dysentery Eye,. Ferers Fractures Gastritis Gunshot Wounds Hepatitis _ Knee, Inflammation of Lupus Mania Menorrhagia.,..-..{ 1 Pneumonia ". 1 Paralysis ..! 2 Phthysis _;.j 2 Periostitis.j.. Rheumatism Sciatica. Schinus Scurvy Secondary Hemorrhage Starvation. Stricture Sunstroke Svnoritis Tumors Ulcers Wounds.; 2 Gangrene Total number of In-Patents admitted in 1856. Ill Out-Patients during the year.... ;. | f>%2 Timothy-Doyle, - \ James Stewart, f Honorary Richard Jones Hobson, Í Surgeons. Charles James Kenworthy, / T. HILLAS, Resident Surgeon. January 1st, 1857 SHARE AM) LABOR KART, MAIN ROAD, (BELOW THB CALEDONIAN HOTEL,) H. Abrahams, Proprietor, BLGS to inform th« Public that he has engaged the services of Mr M'Cormack, late of the celebrated L...

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THE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 January 1857

I THE DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. I Yesterday afternoon, at two o'clock, a meetingottbls body took place at the Golden j FleeceHoteL j Present-R. Muir, Esq., Chairman, and Messrs. Barrett, M'DowaÛ, M'Pbillimy, J. Baird, and Mackintosh. Mr Muir informed the Board that Mr Watson had left that morning for Melbourne. That gentleman was to hare gone down in the afternoon on business of the Board, but as be (Mr Muir) had important business to transact in Melbourne he had taken upon himself to send Mr Watson down in the morning. Mr Graham, the engineer to the Board, acted as secretary on thu occasion. The report of Mr. Graham, the engineer, stating ' that he had surveyed two lines of roads, from Ballarat to the Miner's Rest, each line passing along opposite sides of Yuille's Swamp. The report was accom panied by a sketch. Thc road going from Sturt-street by the left side of Yuille's Swamp to Miner's Rest, was 284 chains. By the Right of the Swamp the road was 334 chains 30 links. Mr J. Baird said...

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POLICE COURT. Thursday 15th January. (Before W. Tamer, Esq., P.M., and D. Fitzpatrick, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 January 1857

POLICE COURT. Thursday loth January. (Before W. Tamer, Esq., P.M., and D. Fitepatrick, Esq., J.P.) mary oteeie was charged wita being drank, but was discharged, not baring been intoxi cated in a public place. Margaret "Wilson was fined 20s., or twenty four hours imprisonment, for being drunk. Catherine King was charged with using obscene language on Brown's diggings. . Constable Treacey proved the use of the bad language, and tine prisoner was fined £10, or, in default of payment, two months' imprisonment. Francis O'Neil was charged with stealing certain articles of. weering appaxeL v the pro perty of Johu Sanders, valued at 35s. ? ITJohn ganders stated that he was a miner, at the WMte Plat. ^oilnormgpKpweol his piga^fa^fetfi^'*^ in Court was the same öne^äle^valued Ow £1. From information hé received, he «tent ? to the Camp, .and found Jus íeoa^ in ^ Andrew Ward-proTed that he was amate of the other witnesses, Y He had lost the grey and xed ahirta^w fwodnced in Court. Tbe shirts we...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 January 1857

gtocal gtitelligeiice. CEOWDKD OCT.-Our Mining Reports, se veral letters, anti a variety of interesting matter. MK. PHILLIPS' LECTURE.-The geological lecture of John Phillips, Esq., Government Geological Surveyor, was delivered last evening, at the Council Chambers, to an audjpnee of about forty or fifty persons. The lecture was replete with interest, and accompanied hy dia grams and experiments, renderinr .it, in con junction with en passant remarks based on the lecturer's local knowledge, decidedly the *nost useful, and entertaining, and instructive of any we have yet had the pleasure to listen to. The lecturer has courteously handed ns the manu script, which we shall publish in an early issue. . ., . ' CBICKET MATCH.-The conquering Match between the Ballarat and Canadian Clubs will take place on the ground of the former, at the foorof Soldier's Hilt,to morrow, (Saturday,) The wickets will be pitched at 10 o'clock, ami we anticipate there will bea keen contest MAIN-BOAD FBONTAOES ...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Melbourne, Thursday, 9.30. p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 January 1857

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. I Melbourne, Thursday, 9.30. p.m. j Thc Assembly met thia afternoon, at four o'clock. - . Mr Rutherford, member for Colac, ap plied for, and obtained leave to absent him self from the sittings of the House, in order that he might attend to harvest operations. Mr Aspinall stated that in the New County Court Bill it will be necessary to create responsible officers like sheriffs of the Supreme Court. Mr Sladen laid on the table of the House, returns of all unclaimed gold now lying in the Treasury, as also, various particulars respecting the escort service. Mr Baragwanath asked the Cornrnisfiioner of Pablic Works if the Government hare ymvcpjn-tnr murray uiver ; and it so, What steps have been adopted (if any), and if it is the intention of the Government to adopt any measures in this respect. Captain Pasley replied that the Govern ment would incur no further expense in the affair. Mr Palmer, in the absence of the Chief Secretary, would enquire of the Commissioner...

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LOCAL COURT. Thursday, 15 January, 1857. (Present—The Chairman, and Messrs Walton, Yates, Bray, Mostert, Fraser, and Gillies. Mr Coleman and Mr O'Connor appeared subsequently.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 January 1857

LOCAL COURT, Gaîieî nY' ^«a**, fraser. ««1 rfrnef;, Coleman, and Mt O'Connor _-, div om vcyor tor .Frenchman a and White Horse, appeared before the Court, and; said the new regulations ren dering it the duty of «tu-vey ore io intimate to the Court when a.; now junction wa« ap prehended ; and he begged, therefore, to ?inform the Court that,' according to present J appearances, a junction between French man's "and White Horse .was-inevitable. ! The point where the junction was likely to ! take pince, waa occupied byjelaims taken up, and registrations of 12th June ; and ; unless registration were stopped cn both leads, there weald not be ground enough w give ta hoth .parties. B*g»tration,hatl , been made up to 1080 on the verge of Win teVs^property, and if registration were no* ! stopped, the claims already enrolled enc working for a month past, would have roon: to work alter the occurrence of the anu« i pated junction, which appeared likely u take place >^^mj^m^at^emia^, Kr Wan als...

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Shipping Intelligence. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVALS, PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 January 1857

* IstsirAiBV"TOBI rsrxxxr HSASSJ ' ' 'Jh.1, TW^ctay; Í5th JsnuAry.-Thoma«: Aa» H3ffiaM^.-,,v¿/;.;i:-:'t: Thursday, 16th,-Elizabeth for Beffittt ; Emma* «wA^lóBay; üriöcesa, fbrJ*onr cestón ; Telegraph, for Bombay.

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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 — 16 January 1857

" For the opinions of Correspondente, expressed here we are not responsible; we gire 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 ike Editor of the Star.) play, and even-handed justice to_ all, I trust you will permit me to make e.'few re- J marks in the columns of your invaluable J journal, in reference to a report of yester day's Local Court proceedings, which I ! have seen tn this day's paper, and at which I did not happen to be present, otherwise, I should not now trouble you about the matter. In the first place, touching the complaint, made by the anonymous miner, of my re- . fusing to go down a shaft on the Miner's Bight Lead, where the party had stuck up a gutter flag on, as he believed,-the Bedan parallels, I most distinctly declare I never heard of such a circumstance, undi X saw a -*? of it in this morning's paper, and further I hoT^JS« ^£¿L*2" and slanderous u*?*"...

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The Star. DAILY ISSUE. FRIDAY, 16TH JANUARY, 1857. DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 January 1857

_PAIfcT XB9Vn. FKÎDÀT, 16TK JÂXTJA3S.Y, 1857. -- DEVELOPMENT. AMM«^.«... aa Hilo uuidlbb UH gl'UWU 111 population and material wealth, much yet remains to be' accomplished in the development of its natural resources, before we-can assure ourselves that we are well and safely launched upon the stream of a settled and permanent prosperity. 'Much as we owe to the energy and enterprise of our miners, in disclosing, and realising our rnmergl treasures, it must ^ ¿Juaisea "taw to ? the progress of agricultural and indus trial pursuits, other than those em bracejd .in jgpld nuning, we shalt a» largely indebted. Il is therefore liighly gratifying to notice every effort made by those in authority, to stimulate the industry, and make clear the results of the labore of those who haye_nmde choice,, of such occupations. Unless encouragement is offered and the re sult gathered from time to time,pro gress in that direction will necessarily be slow and uncertain. The value of agricultural sMtistiqs...

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PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 14th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 January 1857

I BILUXCU. UL 9UI1IC U»J U Ul »w PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT. - LEGUSLA33VE Wednesday, 1«A January. X116 lVUUWUlg UUW11EOO VT «O uww .nviw in our Telegraphic communication. ; . PRAYKRS IK THE HOtTBE. The following is the form cf Prayer in cluded in the report 'brought up by 'Mr Fawkner: -i'Jtost Holy.and Gracious Oed,.Creator, and Sovereign of the World, we acknowledge Thy greatness and ; gipry and thy overruling providence." It becomes' us ? to *ispproach Thee with the deepest -reverence. Hearken, we beseech Thee, to the supplications which we now present hefore/Thee, and graciously answer our requests- Upon this House of the Legislature let the spirit of Thy wisdom and .grace constantly rest j that acknowledg ing the solemn responsibility of our position, each member of tbe.samemay.be able faith fully to discharge the duties devolving upon bim, and in all its varied .-délibérations may be animated by Thy Holy Spirit. Thus guided to just and satisfactory con clusions, may the 'influe...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Wednesday, 14th January, 1857 RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 January 1857

LEG^ATIYE ASSEMBLY. Wednesday, Utk January, 1857 BAELWATB. . xii answer to Mr Hug bes-Capt. Faster stated that three contracts had been entered into with three contractors. The first was £73,458 for rails, <fcc., of two bridges, one st Salt Water Creek, the other at Stony Creek, and would be due on or before the 31st of March. Two amounts had been remitted on account of it, £10,000 on the 24th of June, i and £50,000 on the 28th August. The second contract was for rolling stock, £42,621, due ^ between 1st of April and 1st of July. The third was for nearly the same plant as the ? first but there were, no bridges. The probable amount was £229,906, a portion of which woold become due on 1st of April, and the remainder about 30th September. Nothing had been remitted on account of it. The total liabilities were £338,985, of which £60,000 had been remitted. Ample fonds would be sent home to meet all liabilities, that being the prac tice adopted. IMMIGRANTS' IAW AXESnXEHT BÜX. Mr...

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