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MONDAY, 19TH JANUARY, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 January 1857

pursuant to adVjenwemeiitjLi "f which the subjbtóed is * ' was delivered bj fohn Pl 8&abstou& ¿oreromeot ;niiueralo^c^;!Br^¿: at the Council .Chambers, on.;,^iaay: evening- Mr Dixie presided 430n, lft» occasion, and aboutfforty or fifty |»er ons assembled. We «can only express the regiet we feel at see^ /ap feW tó facar a lecture ;upon a subject thapj which, accompanied äs ."was^ < thßj lecture wth eiqSenments, there cotddi scarcely be found one more in^maèel^' connected with theWery day business, and interests of every working man in Ballarat. ' . <.? '\ Upon tte lecturer s table, -was air' inhument constructed for'the purpose' 0f ascertaining the value of auriferous quartz, by testing'tue specific gravity ¡ of theginuip of quartz. Its- constroé tion appeared to be exceedingly simple and consisted of two thin horizontal s;rips of wood attached vertically, and turning on a pivot; the weight being huna at one end, and the quartz to be tested at t...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 January 1857

BALLARAT SATIVOS' BAUX Jö Baturday. from one till foar o'clock. For making' repayment*/ to depositors, every Wednesday from one till four o'clock. Interest allowed to Savings' Bank deposi tor leal year i per cent. , Ac&srv... , SPLENDID INVESTMENT! [~ FOR SALE, ,? a»T Ï KI VATE ÍOXXBACT. . A. CERTAIN FORTUNE TO TH1 LA RUE'S CANADIAN HOTEL, THO; [AS POOtEY, STORES! Including Stocka of Wines, Spirit«, Grocery, Drapery, fcc., HAUT ROAD, CANADIAN. THIS long Established and -well known Hotel, at present doing a first-rate business, and from the rapidly improving locality in which it is situated, is without doubt a certain fortune to the purchaser. The Store, in connection with the above, has for the past . three years been com manding the entire trade of the neighbor hood, and from the steady increasing popu lation which at present surrounds it, toge ther with thc very commodious and sub stantial manner in which it is fitted up, is capable of considerable extension. The advertise...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 January 1857

T HIS',Tl A Y, WVWATEBHOPSE, at .Bath's fards, . a powerful cart horse. ., "A,; C. TüBKEB, at Baird's yards, 1 o'clock, a mob of fat cattle. , , A. LAZARUS & Co, at the New .ÍSfork Depot, Msin-rpad, ll o'clock, Messrs Löjas and ioteyjs stock of clothing, .boots,4c. , ^.'MOBWCTCH & Co., at li o'clock^oh.the ] premises, Grepv^e Cottage, siruate*nfiariiw .Village Hotel, with the furniture and land adjoining. , :<... ;. , . .J^. j <CAKTBU if,DAi^WMaM^tfj^j^ ''J^jj)^ Swamp; wi^dwelünglmuse,a^fiUTiita^ draught mare, cart and harness, pigs, hay, ftc. ' '" ?? ..!>-. '\ ':. J >..- ll, 1 li. i n. ? \ To Butchers tad O&ers. _©= »«at« --ii vs.rt«8c-}.'r»«n j'iips 33: ?'fí- \ Situate in -xxaaéé ot Dana Í street, next^&è VfflageHotsL ^ ' An allotment ^ l^ ^ S Having a frontage of 6^ feet to Baglafcateeei, by adepta of lBOÍbot, Émra* iOlfôun$ on which us erected .®3%&¡gtí;i¡ñ3 ; A Heat, CoB#iièt! Weatherrbaaraed Ckmiamihjp ten -ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 January 1857

^creased àm^P rt of their ttetom^&p.UT, T^fiABS to their stodk-íof* : ...... , vlcBTKES, PRESSES, JOBBINS AHB are ao* prepared ^á»cíl*s «««den «ai .«tad SaraewOedoiig;^- ^i^f l¡-t Is e «ample of ihár Prifcssi they give O»! following list for Trírkinf ét sver^da^vse^r Si» of ^**ïi«kp« MflfeiÄi .«.tÁl'iíft^. j Every additional 100. 0 IS * Q^6^eof«^^|oo. ^. .,.;t»jur ;.ÖS £oTB.-Cotaed paper Ar^any of Ale «hore " pet 1Ó0 additional, 6a^ or: ^ ooJorj^inJoB, £Qt, Bewartr, Lost or Foróid Billt^a í : (Executed oki hour "aftèriorder^' j For anynttmher nb to itó .VV. ; » 'ïÛ ''«'.' Drapers' ana OffieV Handbills. Per 1000 .,.>. -Cl.,. ' Ó Ó . » *A a)nsideraoU.redticfionjnadrl if 10,000 ' QrmoreoftydHMteorjUred*" , BiE Headings. Urge size per 1000.. -...-£2 10 0 Ordinary size do1'?..., . .'/..*..'«.:.,~ ? c* 0 Snail au» do , . V'V..'^^;M 4» NOTE.-For rwW' PW*? "tOi jpVlOOO ** ditionel. ? .. .. ", ' ' V'W Tradesmen's Cards. . Large size per 100 ....; -.¿ s j=Ä> 8 0. Do do 500. .>...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 January 1857

PROCEEDINGS Tff PATtT.TAMEWX j _«Ss- -ifâ:'' Friday, imJok%iff- 7*. . .Í The folio wn^oâuûî* wa» no»lufctutea: in our Telegraphic Sn mm wry.- - ¡¡y THB CLUNES MINERS. .Mr Blairi4u^movíi%*uat^títé^ thc Clunes miners be printed, said.-There were particular circumstances ,.in the case wMcfc*ugm^*ftrafettj8#%*teutic«öf' the Government. Thc property referred to in the petition belonged to Mr M'Donald, and it appeared that parties had been en gaged in working upon It long before it be came his property. He obtained possession j under the pre-emptive, right, and when he_ did so the miners wetó tarnitdjoS. dEChereC were four peculiarly rich reefs on the pro. ¡ porty upon which the diggers had long ' looked a longing .eye, ^nd contended j they ought not ito be .sold. twelve \ months, the ^Jiggers-iemamea M'abeyanfee, j not molesting Mr M'Donald, but waiting -j for the settlement: cf thVmucli vexed quês- j lion of mining pn. private property. At i last, perfectly exhausted in patience and in ...

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RIOT IN THE BENDIGO GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 January 1857

RIOT IN THE BENDIGO GAOL. A disturbance, which but for the timely interference of the governor of the gaol, the officers in charge, and the prompt assistance of the military guard, under the command of Sergeant M'Williams, occurred on Thursday, about three o'clock, within the prison, which might have led to the most serious conse- quences.       The facts of the case, as near as we could gather, were as follows:—A short time since, Sergeant Richards made a seizure of about twenty cases of brandy, at the auction mart of Mr. Noble, Long Gully, and which, pending the trial, was conveyed to the Camp. It was, however, found that the police had no proper place in which to store all this amount of grog, and as a makeshift, Mr. Kirk ordered it to be placed in the female cell of the lock-up. The proximity of this standing disgrace to Bendigo, (about which we have written so much), to the general prison enables, without much difficulty, the one class of ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAISY HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 January 1857

Since my last communication, a new lead of gold has been discovered on the Amherst Flat, immediately opposite the township       cuement prevailed on Saturday bot , _ r,.__ ^««fed lapon theVaub-warden at tte Camp, and ?. I.Jm.î«tJ^ttm....i-. -liîhHi.n ?» -Mlili and trader, and; d^nir^i»Mid^ttjtí>q^tB of the township ana the "^>ahí¡c at large had been sent to |hj}4(^âef^aFden, and^that he expected en answer ra a fey daya." j Dp to tints túne.lhfi romero, «nth appraise | worthy ioiheacra.ee, mtete refrautai from i furtfetrT opáratjan¿flj»:i^Jhieantí^f^u^Í population is -rapïdj^àné<teasing, and a stronger police force.jéotí soon be required -as^et aU ^ aniet ^ 4,,, fc s - i . î There" ÎB-no^ouot -that the súVwarden1 has takfea^upon^' shoulders spona%Uitgriâ4» ?hasi«&tt ^î^pX£htx the working of- shafts, - in- ulrich a great - I expended in slabbing-and combad» g j tiie:wàter5 but, if the» JbreáW is 'fide ' ; ris$erae,.heV.m...

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THE MITTA MITTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 January 1857

THE MITTA MITTA       The best road to this gold-field is by Ya- chandandah township, down the Creek, pas- sing Osborne's Flat to Connor's Station on the Little River, which can be crossed at the   punt opposite Mitchell's. The right hand   road, upon which stands Lockart's station   leads to Snowy Creek, and followed on, for about twenty-five miles, to the junction of Snowy Creek with the Mitta Mitta. At this point, a party of eight, principally French- men, one of whom (Felix) as a blacksmith's forge and store, and another shareholder (   Mr. Thompson), a well stocked store and butcher's shop. The plan, which they are now pursuing (most lengthy, laborious, and expensive), seems to be the only one to     succeed. The river will be turned into a flood race, which they are now engaged in cutting, and blasting, through three feet of rock, and the very favorable prospect...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Star. DAILY ISSUE. MONDAY, 19TH JANUARY, 1857. CONVICTS AND PENAL DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 January 1857

>i\n liar. DAILY ISSrjE. MONDAY, 191H JAKÜABY, 1857. CONVICTS AND PENAL DISCI PLINE. ."5CAHCELY any emotion of the human mind is more difficult to control, and to lead in a right direction, th;in that of sympathy. We are toe apt to re ceive impressions from the circum stances immediately surrounding us, and to draw conclusions, which, if com pared with auteccdents and possible consequent events, would be discarded as untenable. " Sympathy," says Burke, " must be considered as a sort of substitution, by which we are put in tho place of another man, and affected, in many respects, as he is affected." The position of a criminal furnishes an apt illustration of the truth of this re mark. Even when we are so certain of his guilt, that a trial is little more than a perseverance in the use of forms by which justice is usually administered, we are prone to picture to ourselves the dreadful position of the culprit, rather than that of the person whom he luis injured. We are uot now dis cu...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. Argus Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 January 1857

eoitttttttxtaL MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. Argus Office, Saturday Even tug. Since the arrival of the Simla, there has been a gradual cliange in the import market, in favor of lower prices. The two previous mails had given holders some hopes that shipments were falling off, tliat notwithstand ing thc low rates at which tonnage was of fering in England, the high rates for money would withdraw capital f-oin the Australian trade to supply the numerous European de- j mauds promising quicker returns. These j hopes do not appear likely to bc fulfilled, as we learn from btables's Circular that the ex ports at British ports for these colonies showed a " surprising increase " in October ; the whole value, £851,135, exceeding that of the month of September by £69,138. This information, coming upon a market already full stocked, has imparted additional heavi ness this week, and has given rise to the im pression that the highest prices of the season have been obla'ned. The arrivals were ...

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THE CHINESE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 January 1857

THE CHIÎOSE QUESTION. I THE introduction, of the Immigrants' 1 Law Amendment Bill in theLegislative j Assembly, last week, gave rise to an animated discussion on the Chinese Question. The arguments adduced on either side pretty fairly expressed the conflicting opinions entertained iu regard to the subject in the colony, and the so ^called impolicy of allowing the Chinese to land on our shores without restriction was vigorously, though rather illogically, set forth by some of the speakers, while Mr Aspinall in an able speech, shewed the injustice of excluding a race who have, hitherto, quietly submitted to our laws, and who have, in every respect, conducted themselves as industrious and peace able members of the community. The power which is assumed by the opponents of the Chinese of ex cluding a strange, or obnoxious race from our shores, is so repug nant to all men of thoroughly li beral principles, and so contrary to the practice hitherto followed by Britons in all parts of the gl...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. (From our own Correspondent.) 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 January 1857

j MELBOURNE. \ (From our oten Correspondent.) j 19th January \Tr.-.i__.i_i_». i. _c_ is very mach to be regretted, that such ire- j quent interruption should occur to retard the labors of o-ir Legislators. I No sooner were the holidays fairly over 1 and hon. members beginning to warm to their work again, than the Chief Secretary must needs gj :ind play cricket anl get himself hurt, and now we find one impôt tant subject after another indefinitely postp med abiding his recovery. It is, no douht, due to Mr Haiues's position, and to the wann interest, which he is, on all hands,. ad mitted to feel in the welfare of the colony, that the consideration of important qnes lionsshouldbc delayed, if p issibl -, till he can be present ia the House, but it is, neverthe less, matter for regret that the necessity should have arisen. Every day discloses something new, to which it is necessary that the attention of the House should be given, and the farther we advance the farther off any probable or...

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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." AN EXPLANATION. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 January 1857

i For the opinions of ""Correspondents expressed here we are notj^esransibfe ; we gire every phase of uu^H^end^. egressed opinion a place ui this coliunn, Prosing no useful let ter merely because its sentiments differ from I oorown." -r - ?'?. j AN EXPLANATION. i ' CP *£? ß*** *f- the mar.)!. ! _ w,-in -oeieren.ee to .nay letter to Mr Lalor, of the 3rd instant, the non-receipt of which gaye,lise to ,spfmany insinuations, ¿ff. .to Inform., yon that ï hare this day ascerUuned it to' nave ween detained for PM^e.'anu-it is MW in the Ballarat ¥ost tttnee;1 I- pjat on 4d. "worth of stamps, but it appears it was above tim weight 4br a single rate. I am, Sir, yann, &c. JOHN O'MBAKA.

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Shipping Intelligence. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVALS AT PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 January 1857

jsîjipçittff; Intelligence. (BT nZECEEXO TKJSOBAPH.) ARE I VALS AT PO KT PKUXTf HEADS. : Monday 19th Jan nary,-Gm&anme Tell, from Mauritius ; Ocean Steed, from New York ; Flying Foam, from Peal ; Eucalyptus, from Hobart Town. BAXIAD. Monday 19th January.-Lion, for Hobart Town; Marco Polo, for Liverpool; Free Trader, for Newe istle ; Dobsons, for Laun ceston ; Zephyr, for Hobart Town ; Fayaway, for Newcastle : Telegraph, for Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 January 1857

-. Y? BEGTJLATI , t *keBxeeutive.Jt£ H Priées^T . ^^ To be had at the" office of this paper. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. SUBSCRIBERS are respectfully reminded that the new quarter eommencedjon thc 1st of January. The terms of SnbsCnptiöö: from that date for the daily Star will l>c Twenty Shillings; or, if by post, Twenty-sir Shillings aud Sixpence per Quarter, payable in advance. TO COMPOSITORS.-Wanted two good steady hands. Apply at this office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 January 1857

BAIiAEAI 8AVOG6' BASIC Temporary Ofter, at Mr. Pooi*y'a, Deputy Registrar, Armstrong-etreet. BANK Open for taking Deposits every Saturday, from one till four o'clock. For making repayments to depositors, every Wednesday from one till four o'clock. Interest allowed to Savings' Bank deposi tor's last year 4 per cent. WILLIAM THOMAS POOLEY, Actuary. SPLENDID INVESTMENT! FOE SALE, PBIVATE CONTBACT. A CERTAIN FORTUNE TO THE PURCHASER. LA RUE'S C AH ADIAN HOTEL, JLXO STORES! Including Stocks of Wines, Spirits, Grocery, Drapery, ike., MAIN" ROAD, CANADIAN. THIS long Established and well known Hotel, at present doing a first-rate business, and from thc r.vpidly improving locality in which it is situated, is without doubt a certain fortune to the purchaser. The Store, in connection with the above, has for the past three yews been com mending the entire trade of thc neighbor hood, and from the steady increasing popu lad.m which ut present surrounds it, toge ther with the very commodious and s...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHINAMAN'S FLAT. (From our own Correspondent.) January 19th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 January 1857

CHINAMANS PLAT. . (From our own Correspondent.) j January 19th. 1857.     During the past week the weather here has   been most oppressive ; this, with the upturned pipeclay blown about by the,wind, caused it to be anything but agreeable. A change set   in on Friday evening, when we were treated to some rain, which soon laid the dust, and made life endurable for a time. Business has been some what dull here of late, principally, however, I imagine, from our population not yet having given over their Christmas festivities. In the matter of amusements, we are getting on apace : the proprietors of the various places of amuse ment being on the alert, to procure every pro curable novelty to gratify our sight-seekers. Miss Julia Matthews and Mr and Mrs Oates, all old Ballarat favorites, are about to make their appearance this evening, at the Adelphi Theatre. . The well-known brass band of the Washington Hotel has also paid us a visit, an...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GEELONG COMMERCIAL. Saturday Evening, 17th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 January 1857

GEELONG COMMERCIAL. Siturday Evening, 17th January. j » ac imports or tue weeK nave Deen ou a liberal scale, their declared value having been £'48,245 : and the Stuart Wortley has been thc principal contributor. Comprised therein are heavy stocks of soft goods, and large additions to our stocks of manufac tured leather, drugs, salted provisions, ami timber; about "OOO gallons of draught and bottled beer, £6000 worth of spirits; seve ral important agricultural implements, a wool washing machine ; and among the carriages there is observable an omnibus, for which we hope a purchaser and pro 1;table employment will readily bc found in Geelong. The exports represent 2725 bales of wool, shipped in the Thames ; and 1007 líales laden in the Hero, with some minor items, which together are valued at £71,824. The total receipts at the Cus toms have amounted to £4234 ls. Cd. There have been entered in 14 vessels, with an aggregate capacity of 2138 tons ; of these 1 arrived from London, 1 from H...

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MR WESTGARTH ON THE LAND QUESTION, AND MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 January 1857

Tte foJfö'wing yattarna 'paper W pt ^ith mach satisfiictiou, cpntamirtg a« it ¿he sonad and'pracfö^ the most emment and worthy .' bx* öm* H colonists.'' ' '/f.^V v~ is At the adjournednieetingpf tfceConu öf the Chamber pf ^Commerce, Júeld,» gall of Commerce, January ,: present: Thomas Bee, Esq., in the J and Messrs. Stevens, Kent.. Weet* jl'Onlloch, M'Micking, A. Young, Et aadiVwcis. ' VM , .- . , . . ?/ ? f-, a Mr Westgarth read the paper he had pared on " The Land Question;" UTK T.ATO CjDXSTIOBi,, L \,U The advent of our recently-acquired internment is everywhere atnuolaâng th tiKSi of the people in our.public affairs, it would not become our Chamber of .( merce tobe behind the day in taking ni subjects that affect our progress. *r aha] farther apologise for flus long" /paper. , following remarks refer to the laud quo under the threefold aspect of-^-1. Thc sy 0f disposal of the lands to' the public-: ¡2. question of nuning on private propert difficulty which our auriferous system ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. Monday, l9th January. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M.). [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 January 1857

POLICE COURT. j Monday, l9fÄ January. , (Before :Wi Turner. Esq., P,3H V , jama watson Wis 'Charged.-with being j drunk and disorderly, hut having been j locked up for: some Um^, he. was dis-1 charged. ^ .j Thomas Lae . was .also brought up, charged willi a similar offence; and having been sainé time' in custody, was' iikéwise ¿set atlibarty. . - . -... ... .. . .. : . : ' Phillip Eie and Tribhle Cock were each fined 20s., or in default of payment, 24 hours' imprisonment." "William Thomas was charged with being drunk and disorderly, but as ke had been sometime within' the logs, was |dis charged. " ' - ?'V: ; '? Robert Hill/ who had been remanded for three days, ws now brought Wp- -and: charged with being a lunatic. Thomas r:HiUJ fixe, Either jgf thc unfor tunate man, expressed a, wish that his son should^? Jçe^^râed^io^ ^^O^r^TÊr wieli. was done", on he, the fathçr, .én^cjing ¿uto a re: 'cognizance. . ..3 '. '."~" T-. ~ " ii ; -: "Aug^uste Hubert was also .clmra being a datigêrouïlu...

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