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

TTÏTC. TtmHïB.-it Tiie George Botel Tejds. atone o'doek, a lot of hoacv broken and tSÊkSS* ~ . i*m VA lA . ife.i-tkH amîerttsrmeirtô. 2&IS'l>i2?. "Vt AC. TURNEE wül sdi by auction, at . the George' Hotel Yards, OT Friday, the 16th hist, at one o'clock, À Xot of Sroken and ? ; TTataoker£ ;? Horses. _ Thé above is an exeuent lot, ¿nd will be found suitable for au purposes. " ; . MONDAY^ 19th JANHART. To Slaughtemen and Butchers ^ AC. 3H0RNER has received instructions . from George Hardie, Esq., to sell by auction, on Monday, me 19th mst., at one o'clock, at Mr Baird's Yards, ~7Lmob of Prime Pat CatÛeT* 1 SATURDAY, 17&-JAOTASR* At ll o'clock. Groceries, Iroimongery, Brapery^Së. ALAZARUS & CO. have received instroe . tiona from.Mr J. E. Young to sell by auction, on the premises, on Saturday, 17th mst, at eleven o'clock, at the Miners' Store, Bakery Hill, ; ; The whole of his stock of ¿¡¿*". Groceries, Ironmongery, iha(«y, Sx. , The store is sold, sad imitation...

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THE PEOPLE'S LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 January 1857

THE PEOPLE'S LEAGUE.     Yesterday evening a public meeting of the parties interested in and connected with   the People's league, took place at the Washington Hotel. T. S. Cope, Esq., in the chair. The meeting was very fully at-   tended.         The chairman said the meeting was called to hear the report of the committee appoint- ed with respect to the League, some of whom had visited the various gold-fields. It might be said that the people connected with the League were itinerant demagogues and stump orators, but they were useful persons when employed in settling such a question as the present oner. Let them look at the Clunes affair, and they would see the necessity of mining upon private property, for land- owners were now like dogs in the manger ; they could not get the gold themselves, and would not let the miners get it. When set forth that with regards to Bal- larat, the...

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

* «wd »«-ni íLii )tf Jk4^-^ ,. .*:3T JL me ñamen» <_".--^^..^^j, hitherto/beèa <ájoreá,aH^ ^ejï^gg. timumèe-of «pataoír * * "~ "* »BS inrnWIAlhafaia meet toé feer«fcSed.JöW*ds;;i part of thénri^astómeraíííbw.i^ aaaitíons* toK^tooaÉitQBki^^ MACRTNES, PRESSES, JOBBÍ FANCY- T¿£BE,vas well as *yery i of COLORED INES AND PAÏ___, gre no^jBsaaredito .«jeeja^-orders.oiL sHoamt «BASQWJLBIÄ N.OTiçE, at price5¡p¿ly ' equalled by tfce krger ^tabjisbjmeote bourne or Geelong. .. - As a sample their- Prices r.tiu^jghre -th'eli following List for Jointing in ti^'fèy ¡m-^'^ , jPps^ng; Bilk. ¿s* Sixe of ; «7^;'afceet, jp« lèo! ?, .3. ; i ¿1 tí o - Every adicional jt . . loo ;.'; .'.'; * O-'ló'-'O*' Half size of ÄW sheet 106"'. [;Z":.'.'"' i' 5 O'! Every additional .", , , 100 t.. ". t. o lo 0^ Qaartersi^ofítershee'tíOO .^ l'j^'f IS - DTj NOTE.-Colored paper for any, of the above per 100 additiniñn>6g,jOr. in.opk)r§d ín^ lOs,' [: Beward, last or F<mnxL MUS; > -\ ...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

vu unaaj rae voting xor taree memoes - to serve in tbeMtmmtpal Council in placé of ; Messrs Carver, Davies, and Bolger, who j retired by rotatíon,'took puce at the Council j ^ambers. Mr Bolger did not. again offer j nimself for re-election. The voting for all the «MuJidates, with the exception of lar Moore ^v«^ctose. ? : - ' _ j elected. yi¡*f "* * ^T - : Mr {fanminsnhinrö theyihad ch>nejin .jiecttn* ;hîm.' *H*ÄwouhäP »ve them, to the beet ^1n» »bötty, «od l j all that lay Ja Ai» power to ^««t sâBmy one- Besujea&rêVfng those «k'iDtiíir him, he be^ged^iof thank thew" .who^'rolted against hun, fer W believed fhstafterttehad served them in thé Ckim^ ^eb^^^ vm, opposed to him, wooli 'support him' bri a future occasion. . Mr E. Smith »aid he felt that *fce<4i&d been elected to a responsible sStnatton. He would endeavor te'o^hargh^ ^aBeB ?which devolved upon him, in aniSibjsfcTttal manner. Ha thanked '^^rate^yers for having placed him. in * ñwjctó^, í wM*e wo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE SHAREHOLDERS ON GOLDEN POINT LEAD. (Per favor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

I TO THE SHAREHOLDERS ON GOLDEN ] POINT LEAD. {Per favor of the Star.) »ENTLEHEN,-i beg to cali your attention to the «étions delays and inconveniences which we are apparently to suffer by allowing the spirit of the New Regulations to be departed from in laying out the extended daims. If these ara to be carried ont in their integrity, j the regulations under which parties have taken j up and held claims in reserve or un worked, are < repealed. From this it will at once he. seen that the proper starting point, about which there is so mach contention, ought to be at the last shaft in work on the lead, viz., the Grand Junction Oo.'s, which has been in feet for some months a prospecting claim, and therefore is entitled, both nuder the New Regulations and by right for work done, to the precedence. If this were done immediately, the work on the lead would go ou satisfactorily, which it never can do under the present state of afiairs. I am, &c, A SHABEHOLDER. Ballarat, I...

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TRIAL OF REAPING MACHINES AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

TRIAL OP REAPING MACHINES AT i GEELONG. I The final trial of reaping maehines for tbs prize offered by the Geelong and Western District Agricultural Society, has taken place, and the prize awarded to the machine exhi bited by Mr Edols, M'Cormack'a, with Burgess and Key's patent side delivery. At the first trial, on the 2nd of December, the crop being Cape barley, the judges were un able to decide between the merits'of this ma chine and the improved Australian reaper exliibited by Messrs T. Bobinson & Co., of Melbourne. The latter machine performed its work in the shortest time delivering the corn from the platform in sheaves ready for binding, but the judges observed that when the crop was a little heavy the machine failed to deliver the oom so well as could be wished without some assistance from a mau walking behind it. This machine delivers the corn behind it, in the track of the horses, on their return, con sequently it requires to be followed by bind ers. Messrs Bobinson...

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PEOPLE'S LEAGUE (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

i PEOPLE'S LEAGUE ! j (Tb the Editor o/ the^ &*r<J " V :* j oit,--in TOUT repon ot nae meering, ot tte People's League, held at the Washing^ SntéL , on Wednesday eyening, there is a slight error '' which I beg leave to correct: Ididjnot say I J had taken the debt of the old committee on my- ! self, but that the committee had engaged to pay j it, provided the ron^ then in process Of .col- ' lection were insufficient, which it appears.' they are ; and in Mr Tates's note, of resignation he . distinctly says that at any time he was ready with his share of such deficiency (of course in curred up to that period). Also, mat it was my hat (not hand) I took off, and offered that if each man then present, who had held np his hand or taken any active part in that meeting, who was not already a member, would subscribe fire shillings, Z would subscribe fire pounds. I see hy your report, and am also informed, that tiie chninhan (J. T. Cope, Esq.) proposed to subscribe five poun...

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CRESWICK. (From our own Correspondent.) January 16th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

CRESWICK. {From our ow» Gorretpondení.) , January 16th, 1857. The local Court held its usual sitting on Wednesday last, and as usual but five members were present. There -was but one case on the cause hst Mitchell v. Davis. There was no appearance of the plaintiff. This same case Mitchell brought before the Court tile previous week, but Mr Davis, being a member of the Court, and there being then but five members present, Mr Davis «ould not sit, and hence nothing could be done. The following applications for leases and and extended claims were granted : Samuel Moyle & Co., one acre, Portuguese HOL John Samson and party, one acre, Union Hill. N. Penglase and party, one acre and a-half, foot of Slaughter Yard HflL J. Moue and party, one acre, Clarke's Point James Jenkins & Co., one acre, Bed Streak, one acre, Quarry 'HflL J. Blair & Co., extended claim, Sulky Gully. Berriman & Co., extended claim, Sulky Gully. Richard Sullivan and party, extended claim, ...

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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 menely because its sentiments differ from our own." (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

I phase _of - fàWMy^B^$^^Ê^:^n^-::B J f place in thia wihni^iaTlh^ j i ter menely because its sentiments âhmr from j OIB.-^ very much wish call^-the timirf4&i&at&oi^o{^ Golden Po$nt 3«ad#aua the public genat^j*b#wooä^fact postea *-paffer at his door ito the' «fifeëMhat ] bebadrécerod notice thst all claims fàm [ 6)1 upwarda,-in tile-Golden Point fjead, -were amï on behig appHed to, he Mjdjas dncodVerr many to iagîsh^\ m^;%ie^äte, for which six ahQlings each was ' chargea. JSoWyï «anhot^see how he JWBB jnatifiéd in^ telh^ us that-'our Aases werè'forfiâbBÔ^ïeè^^ ingthat we hael a meeting óh W claim last Satorday, and that he"toîd memd-my^inates fire weeta bacs: that WB had ïtot better TBÎBOÏC I ground until tile new regulations eashè Up," j andwearonowöiÄy'waMnghw 1 Tfv «ïiVverv our 'Xiarauels.. A SHASSHOXDEB. ut 51 TO ÖS, j

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Shipping Intelligence. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVALS AT PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

AK&ITAU AT POKT PHIIXIP KBADB. i Friday. 16th January. - Seringapatam, j from Bristol ; William Carey,from Bristol; (supposed) Merry England. SAILED. * Friday, 16th January.- Haiilah, for Adelaide.

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The Star. DAILY ISSUE. SATURDAY, 17TH JANUARY, 1857. PATCHWORK BY PASLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

?\)t liar. * DAILT ZBStTE. SATURDAY, 17TH JANUARY, Ï.857. PATCHWORK BY PASLEY. WEBE the people of the Gold-fields to take the government of this colony as a sample of Governments generally, they might, with, great show of justice, wish for such times as those in which men did tliat which was right in their own eyes. Never, since the discovery of gold here, has there been anything that we can remember done for the mining community as it should have been done, promptly and properly; concessions have been made, grievances redressed, and wants supplied; but how? As ungraciously and dilatorily as official insolence, or wearisome routine could render them. Whilej however, we were prepared for every sort of delay, we had aright to look that whatever was done for us was done befittingly so as to be in some measure a compensation to us for the delay, as well as an excuse for the authorities that they simply delayed that the subject might receive mature consideration Un fortunately, however, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

BW BEADY, J"EW MIKING REGULATIONS, 1 (AM cunenUd to by the Executive.) Brice Six Pence. To be had at the office of this paper. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. SUBSCRIDERS are respectfully reminded 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, Twentv-six Shillings and Sixpence per Quarter, payable in advance. RUNNERS WANTED. TO SELL THE DAILY STAR, AND Miner and Weekly Star. Smart, intelligent men will make good wages. _

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

L O. O. P. M. TJ. LOYAL BALLAEAT LODGE, . THE Officers and Brethren of the above Lodge are requested to attend a Meeting to be holden at the Lodge-room, George Hotel, on Tuesday, 20th instant, at 7 o'clock precisely, for consideration of particular business. By order of the N.G. J. C. WILKES, Secretary, DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,-That a Special Meeting of the Board «ill be held at Quiney's Race-course Hotel, on Satur day, the 24th carrent. A fall Meeting of members is requested, to consider motions regarding tbe Hoad from Ballarat to Miner's Best. By Order, JOHN GEAHAM, Pro Secretary. Ballarat, 15th January, 1857. Ballarat Hospital rpHE Committee of the Ballarat Hospital L beg to notify to the Public that they have appointed Mr A. D. Shephard and Mr Wm. Price as collectors for the above Institution. By order, HY. FOSTER, Hon. Sec. THEATRE ROYAL, GEELONG. TO BE LET, bv tender, for twelve months from the 24t!i February next, ai a monthly rent payable m advance. The u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

IMPOÜ»TDÉ©r#' &km^T^-^&3&J horse, LYON ueJörnbsiWtiw shoulder. I 'bay; vôtre s biéàe, *rhteMrit&&i iHt&fe ulind, B off thigh. 1 buy f»l^: progeny <of '«bore. 1 brown Msre,^tsr-«mi snip, -off «ye blind, near hind (mot white] Mitóarlehortlder. 1 flea-bitten grey boise, DO off shoulder, like ' .-MÙ d.f^-ij ll ..-^?"-.^-^ à--» IMPOUNDED at SKIPTON, Emu Bridge, 3rd January, Ä87,-1 brindle cow, C. near i'ànïi\làr';â^''r'w^ai^i'rau^. '! i'"b*y -draught, mare, lomj switch tail, tx off neck* v 1 bay horse, long" swiixh tail, TH era near shoulder, 4 near hack. ' 1 chesnut entire, both ears cropped, star,;-*T néar^honldèr, 3 off shoulder. Damages} ' fîO. 1 yellow bullock, (^) near ribs, 2 near rump. Damages, £2 10s. 1 red bullock, white on rump, white ' .- . . '? ... , <-v ? ?.. ? '?' tail, LT' conjoined off ribs, (2} nearribs, 2 near rump. On 7th January, 4 sheppfpets.) Í '-. ; ,;Í-¿ - ; To be claimed on or before, 4th Febr...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

ilocat fotteUtggftce, r ASSAULT.-A meeting was held yesterday on the Golden Point lead, to take into consideration matters affecting the chum holders on that lead. The meeting was held opposite the Siran Hotel, and was numerously attended. After consider able discussion -the Surveyor (Mr H. Smith) was about to mark off some of the claims, when he was knocked down by one of those present, and again struck when on the ground. - We forbear entering into the merits of the case, ss we understand that it will form a subject of in vestigation before the Police Court to-day. MAIN HOAD Trara DEEDS.-By reference to our telegraphic report it will be seen, that Mr Humffray has given notice of his intention to ask the Attorney-General, on Tuesday next, when the purchasers of Main Bpad allotments may expect their Crown Grants, this subject has also been referred to head quarters, by ; the Chamber of Commerce. This double j pressure will, we hope, lead to the speedy j issue of the required documen...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Melbourne, Friday [?] p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

Mrxaxsttti cal what stops bi¡i beentaba i the petition of-'«Rafean ns . laid on the table when more njfemabon reeebxedregavdnigit. , . Hr Mkhie's notice of motion regardrng j the correspondence of tte ra^wsj^gepartrl ment, and relative to the tàâb^jèijB ? of I lieutenant AmwnA was pos^me^o^nmg.l^? the absence of that gentleman. * Mr Aspmalfs notase bf motion, regard^gthe j Camp at Amherst, was also postponed. KOTIC83 OF MOTIOT. MrDnfff mored- - 'm <(For a select committee to consider and report on the necessity of a federal union of the Australian colonies mr legislative pmposev and on the best means of-acoomphshmg such an muon; and that the following members con stitute the committee :-Mr Childers, Mr O'shanassy, Mr Moore, Mr Michie, Mr Foster, I Mr Home, Mr Griffith, Dr Brana, Mr Harker, j Mr Syme, and Mr Gavan Daffy." .. - Agreed to, after a snort discussion. Mr Blair mored- ... «That the petition from the Clones minéis and storekeepers, presented hy. Mm 18th Jan. inst...

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POLICE COURT. Friday, 16th January. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M., and Mr [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

j POLICE COURT. j Friday, 16fÄ Januar}/. (Befóte W. Tarner, Esq., P.M.. and Mr Warden Sherard, J.P.J Francis Smith- and Joseph Blackstone, -who were out on hau, surrendered to that bau, to answer a charge of assaulting Mr Henry Musson on the 15th instant. . Mr Walsh appeared for the prosecution, and Mr Bainy for the defendants.' Henry Musson deposed that he was a con tractor, having a contract with the Government ] for the plank road between New Chum Gully and Buninyong. The defendant, Francis Smith, was a snb-contractorunder prosecutor, but gave up his contract. Yesterday he saw the de fendants at New Chum Gully, and he ordered Smith to remove a horse and cart which was on his (Mr Musson's) cutting. Smith refused : to do so. Prosecutor then removed the horse and dray himself. Smith placed his horse and cart on the cutting again, and en prosecutor endeavoring a second time to remove the horse and dray, prosecutor was then jostled i by Smith, and ne also lashed his horse, so as to me...

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PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, 15th January, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

PEO<3EEDIrro8 TN PARLIAMENT. tr- S Í '..I 12_2_«-J'Y í fi li L ttunda*. Utk JamtMrs, 1857 The foltowmg business wis hot uicluded ra. oar TtefajgM^^jBaiñOTñra^ ; i > ri'f'j " Mr<aMa^ m inoyïng^ ^IWMIÇOT »Br . speeáng The estabn&mènt w ' inter-aanaM i telegraphs, said the attention of fte Gowara-í ment during the reeess bad been diawa to the ; expediency of extending the lina -in'accordance ; arith the wiginal intention, and eornm i had been, made with -fte GorerameotB of Sooth Australia, New .Sooth Wales, and Tasmania: The Government of Sooth Australia was most desirons of proceeding with the. work, and they had good reason to, because they would beput to some-disadvantage compared with fte neigh boring colonies in the conternpljatpd^ arrange; menls fe* steam rpos^ arnmgmeol for .on electric telegraph .would-be Terr mach to their advantage. -} . It was proposed that the line should pass from Ballarat to Raglan, Portland, Warr nambool, Belfast, and Mou...

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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

I The LocatCourt elecâénsliaye gone¡ovar în»>rannermoBfc^^ ***" miners generally, we pT^Bume, as 1he proceedings were characterised by an absence of factum, and a general " disposition to elect men of tried merit, or whose reputation gave promise of being able to falf¡n. the duties of the offics with satisfaction to the public. The universal expression of confidence in John Yates must be gratifying to that jgmtieman, ji^^we are glad to see hirn^ and his companions learned again to ¿heir «ld posts; ss we quito agree wüh thé -opinion,expressed by.qne of tí» Sebastopol men;tíje4th>;dfty,that it is de sirable to have some 'of the old members in tlie Court to direct the new ones into the routine of Court duties. 'And if the new members, added, to the Court on Wednesday, prove ffiemselves tobeascompefcent asfhosejold ones -who were returned" with them, we shall confidint^y look forward to steady progresa in the development of improvements.. in j»ur minfng legislation. It is to be re...

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GEELONG. (From our own Correspondent.) 15th January, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 17 January 1857

( *rom «f -own Correspondent.) T* 15th January, 1857. ix is out seldom, that" anything occurs in Geelong in which the majority i»f residents jit Ballarat feel any «mount of interest. This week, however, f seems: to have com menced with. bringing to . light matters of the deepest importance to both, places. 1 A. meeting was hel d on Monday, at the office of the Geelong and Melbourne Hall way Company, to taite into consideration certain important communications recently aráréd from London, in reference to the ' formation of a Company, styled the Geelong and Ballarat Ballway Company, being thc about WW' ^^^^è^^^^^^^^^O^^^à" ? - mitte« was 'Appointed ia tSfe.ttfw*,- >fbc thr sorpose of forming a rompaay to oagtr ^ raüwly to BaVaea^M^B^^MRHffi ' Western Distritft «*&&afhw>£ jpre&nmby meetings we re? held; «nfl. I béttève'mfifii prepared, ana submitted «t'A» lateCotmäl for tte daemíOipIratiBB'JáF^hamattm^tie $¡m was rejected^^^a^'> «DitBéB>èB% &...

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