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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 January 1857

&ocal EntcUígcncc, j GOLDEN POINT. COIOOTTBE.- Much to j our chagrin we are compelled to postpone j our report of the proceedings of the Golden j Point central committee at the Fountain Head Bakery last night. This is owidg to th« late hour (one o'clock this morning) at which, the meeting broke np. In to-mor row's Star we shall publish a full report. The most important business done last night consisted in the passing of the following resolutions. Moved by /Mr OïConnor, and seconded by Mr Laidlaw í-" That in con sideration of the committee, meeting of Thursday last being held upon an unusual day, and without proper notice, in conse quence of which the various interests and opinions of the committee on a sub ject of so much importance as extension of claims, was not folly represented, that its proceedings) be rescinded and the subject be now fully re-discussed." .Moved by Mr Crain and seconded by Mr Sich -" That the extension of claims commence in the following manner .- The ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 January 1857

bitbenöbeeafiafOB^gsi gl tinwocecPf n&túMfr, teke ,., Ans afforded them of steting ÖUtt, ^çrfer .io meet the increased jjfflamds for speed on {fad nart of their costoi££u,41iëf bare made large UiiÚaóB \ló.tttár;".'-ittKÍc'.trf¿iííBWff*,B' MACHINES, PRESSES, JOBBING FANCY TYPE, as well as. CTOTidwori rf COLO KED INSB AND PAPERS, are nov prepared to'ececnte orfas en tBOBXEST KBAMHABIS SOTICE, at plioeB «dj equalled by the larger establishments in . Md boonie ot Geelong. ? ?J,¡;;¡; Í:_J'L-.VÍ.-;L.-s j' As a sample of their Bices they give "Sie following list for Printing in everyday .mm\-j Posting Bills. i p Size of Star sheet, pier 100 ..... I £ 1 16 0 Erery additional. , 100 ,.._> 0 15 0 Half size of Saw sheet 100 ...... I 510 Every additional 100 ...... 0 10 O QaíirteraízeótS'teraheetlOO ......; 0 15 0 Nom-Colored paper for any of the above per 100 additional,"6s., or in colored inks, 10s; Seward, Lagt or Found Bills (Executed ene hour after order) For any number on to 10...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 January 1857

NEW GROUND.-The prospectors by the creek side below the Malakoff, and near the I slaughter-yard have bottomed, and the ground I has been proclaimed by the Warden under < the name of the Milkmaid's Lead. Messrs. Bobinson Bud Peebles,'we-beïièvë, haye been chosen surveyors. Our readers will remem ber that the first party reefed too high on the west side of the «reek, and then went down on the opposite side as the reef dipped in that direction. They bottomed at «bout 112 feet, and reached the^utter at a distance of nine feet from tile shaft,1 'namely, under the bed of tile present creek nearly. Here they !^rrrrt r^^^fjester ti^^j*;1*?' and this week csme*n4p «he g^tfce^and we «e glad to hear *he result has pr?ved »oJto j eaääwtorr, flie, P«ty ^^f^JT? ! deterhuAed to findXîead, if possible, regard *^Ä3SSLV^-ÄS oid«artofthisT^e bcgmsto lookaüttle wom bat.novr. The first place that hes.^n appearance of bus to is.where the enginejwr^ W^SftTÎ? theseeona workíng ofAe Apostiännd ad...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CHINESE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 January 1857

THE CHINESE QUESTION. j To profess liberal principles so long as ! they are popular, and meet with the j applause of the multitude, and to act j contrary to those professions so soon as a little sacrifice is supposed, to be involved in upholding them, is not very aan&sion of the Chínese into &e Colony is distasteful *© aSargMHMDlíár* of the colonists, whose . pi^udíces or antipathy are mnch more activé and, therefore* -añore- io he felt or feared^ than the almost passive attitude of| those who take the other side of ¿the: question. It may not be a consequence of this state of matters, bnt .it is cer tainly worthy of remark, that£n 8uca.fi. position of affairs many honorable members are found to give utterance:" to sentiments which, in our opinion, belie their professions of liberal princi ples. The question at issue seems to be, simply, on what terms shall we allow immigration to the Colony ? Shall we open our ports to the inhabi tants of all countries, so long as th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 20th. (Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M.,) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 January 1857

John Murphy was charged with being drunk and disorderly, on the 19th instant. From the evidence of the constable who ar- rested him it would seem that he had en- deavored to make a disturbance in the Main- road.         He was sentenced to three days' imprison- ment. Frederick Kennedy was charged with being a dangerous lunatic.   Dr. Allison not being present Sergeant Chamberlain stated that he had arrested the prisoner, who was suffering under various delusions.       Mr Foster stated that the prisoner had only been suffering from the effects of drinking,   and he answered several questions put to him by his Worship in a rational manner. Mr. Foster, said he thought that forty-eight   hours in the lock-up would do the prisoner   good, and he was accordingly charged with being drunk and disorderly, and was sent to prison for forty-eight hours....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOUNT HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 January 1857

MOUNT HOPE   The ridiculous and most inexplicable rush to Mount Hope is happily over. A more iniquitous hoax was never perpetrated on any body of men than has been practised in this this instance on the miners. The report had not the slightest shadow of foundation. I have visited the whole of the country from the Terricks to the extraordinary hummocks of Mount Hope, and after most careful and attentive   examination, was unable to discover any traces of gold digging or prospecting in any part. Indeed, the region presents no auriferous indications. I have been told that in some parts of the Terricks a little quartz is to be   found, in which it is just possible that gold may exist. I saw no such quartz myself, however, and I do not believe that gold will ever be   found in quantities sufficient to pay for the working of the ground anywhere to the north   of the Whipstick Scrub. It has been stated — but as far as I could...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT ROAD BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

DISTRICT ROAD BOARDS. The delegates appointed by the various j District Hoad Boards met on Tuesday morn- ! ing, at the offices of the Commissioner of ; Public Works, Melbourne ; Mr-Walsh in the j chan*. i The following resolutions were passed :- j " That this meeting considers it advisable ! that all moneys granted by the Legislature, \ for the making of roads and bridges, be ' placed to the credit of each Hoad Board, in a bank appointed by it, and that one-half be placed immediately at its disposal, and the other half at such time as Tequrred by the Board, and that a1! the roads and bridges of each district be placed under the control of each Hoad Board." There wera several proposed alterations in the present Hoad Board Act agreed tb, and the meeting adjourned.

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 21 January. Before W. Turner, Esq., P.M., and Mr. Warden Smith, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

.«*».«"» - . «--V. ¿;¡>Í.Í^:-. -J -miyitíL t. i POLICE ]Ggujpr.H. ..v W*dm*iatt SUt Jamûary,, u Before W. Turnee, Esq., P.M., end Mr. Werden Smith, - .?,??, Joseph Livingstone was fined 40s. ; or ia default 48 hours* imprisonment..,_; ? ; ? Mr. B^y appeared tor4he prisoner. John Doonan was charged with stealing a mattress, the property of John Stoneham, Tallied at 10s. . .. Thomas M*Kean stated that he was a cabinetmaker, in the employment of Mr. Stoneham, the proprietor of a fjpxuture warehouse on the Mam-road. '? Yesterday afternoon, about 'üvé o'clock, he saw the prisoner taking away the mattress now pro- ' duced from-a stretcher which was in the front part of the shop. Witness had' oharge of the shop in Mr. Stoneham's ab sence. Witness followed the prisoner, about SO yards, when he threw the mat tress dowe, observing that he intended to buy it; but seeing uo one in the shop he had taken it. Witness then brought the prisoner back to the shop, end sent for the police. Cross-exa...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVALS AT PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

pipping Entílltgcucc (VI KoCTBIÇ IBXBSaAPH.) j J AKJUYAUB AT PORT VHUXIT HEADS, I Wednesday, 21st January. -Squa w, from Newcastle ; Reinauw, from coastwise; Vic toria, from Sr 'ney ; Douglas, from Corner Inlet; Goldseeker, from Hobart Towfi; Bonaparte, and a Schooner, name unknown- : SA.rt.En. ! Wednesday, 21st January.-Storm Bird, for Port Albert; Hamlet, for Calcutta; MaUdor, Gem, for Newcastle ; Janet Dick son, for Hobart Town ; Jet, for Circular Head; Tasmania, for Madras; Tyne, for Adelaide.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. SUBSCRIBERS are respectfully reminded tbat tbe new quarter commenced oa 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. ETTJOTEKB WASTED. ^O SELL THE DAILY STAR, AND J Miner and Weekly Star. Smart, intelligent men will make good wages. TO COMPOSITORS.-Wanted two good steady hands. Apply at this office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

, C lil ilLUa'R'J lil .U $*¡&mm, M&jJksjJffs^f ßtfaers JE. G AfT NT ««pectrttlly informs the . Farmers in the vicinity of Ballarat, that he tijrrlns' rjar TOtnmeneea -fasfeeWé» Hay and Product; Salesman, and hopes by attention and prompt paysMtite to merit their support. The business will be carried on in a similar trie to that pursued in Welbourne by the Hay Salesmen. ^Iffier: cBattfa HoteL<£aUarat. 17ÖI January, "1857. * ' - *- ' Proposed Agricultural Museum* rpH0irA8iEANG iV'C^ieedsmea, Main _L Road, Ballarat, have teen-Tequested to act as agent» 'ki tie Bauârat dtimct for the proposed " Government Agricultural Museum," an^iD be happy to receive samples of grain, ? Fruits, seeds, roofs, br Esther AgrietdturM-or HortiiyUin^ prednoe, for, trangrniiwon to the Museum. Turthef infofmatiohM on applicatio-a. Estate of the late James Elliott Esq., Solicitor, deceased: NOTljCE.-All persons baring Deeds or Papers connected with the above K.state, are rf quested ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Star. DAILY ISSUE. THURSDAY, 22ND JANUARY, 1857. THE BATTLE OF THE RAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

?jie liar. DAILY ISSUE. THCESDA", 22XD JANUARY, 185V. THE BATTLE OF THE RAILS. HIGHLY honored as the inhabitants of this district must feel at the tribute j paid to its merits as a field for enter- | prize in thc accumulation of wealth, by the rival claimants to the advan- | tages and necessity of Railway Com munication, we must yet demur to the patronising spirit and rather selfish propensities exhibited by both. By what right, we may well ask, does either Melbourne or Geelong claim Ballarat as their exclusive property ? If priority of discovery, and the early ¡ development of its resources, are to j be considered as proofs, why, certainly j Geelong is most entitled to considera- ! tion : ou thc other hand, if the com- | mercial and trading spirit which has j within the last year or two absorbed to itself the larger share of trade is worth attention, then Melbourne has certainly a strong incentive to the se curing of the monopoly of the traffic contemplated. It is certainly encoura...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL COURT. Thursday, 21st January. Present.—The Chairman, and Messrs. Yates, Mostert, O'Connor, Fraser, M'Leod, and Coleman. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

Mt^Tha JDhairmftn, «nd Messrs. Yates, o^^jß^Qaaasjk, Fraser, M'Leod, and ^^^^^^^iUst'*»^ ^Watoeniate Mondny¿for legiB^ at the usual lu^n^af^fA^.a^l^^?10 proposition be ¿?ri&eriajnedjafc ayu^fneetáng, except notice of tbé^sahu ebaU bare been given at. a previous sitting oT< the Court, whether held for legis lative or jndMalpurposes", pnffiV, -Vrfantine.-T-Por, balance dne. John Duff, plaintiff, "stated that defendant iiad îiwoi shares .in a prospecting ? claim on Raglan Jjead, niuL put -ai two half-sha re men. De&mdant was<to/^ay two shares* expenses, bu$ had not done. so, and plaintiff tioWdaimed £3;jÍ0s/l«d. ' * ' Cross-examined!;-I can prove there was a verbal agreement, hy whinjin had to pay for alabs. I don't know about what the rest of the party did. -? : ¡Xleténdantsaid the-tools, &c^ were already in plamtâfPB possession, and he (défendant) was to have two abares ipr supplying a horse and cart, and two men, to prospect with, and wh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. PROCEEDINGS DT PARLIAMENT. Melbourne, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. PROCEEDINGS DT PARLIAMENT. Melbourne. 8 D.m. in the Council to-day, Mr Cruickshank moved for i-opies of all the correspondence that had passed between the Government and the Home authorities relative to the establishment of an Admiralty Court here. Dr Tierney asked the honorable member, if the members of the House can be sup plied with copies of the Acts of Council now in force in this Colony. Mr Mitchell replied that they could be so supplied, if they would send for them. Mr Allan asked the officer representing the Government, what steps are, or are about to be taken in reference to the memo rial of the inhabitants of Newstead respect ing the erection of a permanent bridge over the Loddon, in that township. Mr Mitchell replied that £3500 was avail able for the purpose alluded to by the honor able member. Mr. Cruickshank moved "That the return relative to Bonded Ware houses, laid on the table of this House on the, 16th current, be printed." Carried. Dr. Tierne...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thia- body met yesteraay aiiernoon, three o'clock, at the Council Chambers, j Start-street. 'J; ' ." Present-James Oddie, Esq., Çonncdlors Stewart, M. J. Cummins, E. Smith, W. C. Smith and Tolloch. Councillor Stewart introduced Messrs. M. J. Cummins, E. Smith; and W. Smith, and the newly elected councillors to the Council. OEDERS OF THE PAT. 1. To consider and order, and proceed to the election of chairman pf ftte Municipal Council for the present year. Councillor Stewart proposed ,Cpuucillor Oddie as the chairman. * Councillor Cummins seconded the nomi nation. A vote by ballot was then taken, and; Mr Oddie was unanimously elected. I ^The chairman said he felt extremely jib- ' hged to the Council for the honor that it had ' conferred upon him. ' He trusted, by in dustry, attention, punctuality and im partiality in the discharge of the duties of his office that he should possess the respect of all the members of the Council, and of the public generally. He hoped at...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOLDEN POINT LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

GOLDEV POINT LEAD. A special meeting of the central com mittee of the Golden Point, Malakoff and Gravel Pits leads, took place, on Tuesday evening, at the Fountain Head Bakery. The object of the meeting was to take into consideration the proceedings of the pre vious committee meeting, held on Thurs day last, and which had given rise to a con siderable excitement among the miners of the Golden Point Lead. Mr Fraser, M.L.C., presided, and Messrs. Coleman, M'lntyre, Liiiden, Cusack, Parkin, Knapp, Laidlaw, Antrobus, Chidlow, O'Connor, Sear, Pave lin, Higgins, Crain, Clarke, Saxe and Cox. A crowd, consisting of delegates, and share holders on the lead, wis waiting on the outside and in the front apartment. Our reporter, on applying for permission to be present, was at once permitted, by vote of the committee, unanimously ; a step, which we think, the committee did well to take, as the public interested will appreciate tho policy adopted by them at a juncture of considerable importance t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

; «^5 ?J£*> m »mix. THIS DAY. À, C::lSaÉsk¿!^M Obié Gwrge HotdYaxda, ' one o'clock, ibm* mules, "with harness and guns, draught and light harness'nones hacks., v' .--i .'. THIS DA Y - At thfe G^ge pfotel Yardi. AC..TÜRNF.B will sell by auction, at ./ the George. Hotel. Yards, at one o'clock. '"'_* . Tour Mules, with Harness and Also, xbe nsosl number of Draught and Saddle. Horses. ,:TO-MOBBOW H Ó It S ES. ;SES. HEFBtmN & YAN HEMERT beg to announce to the Public that they wfflSeüY To-Morrow, at the TURF DîKj Six First-class Horses, From the Station oí D. Power, Esq:, Mount Gambier. - ' ' January 21st, 1857. _ . Preliminary Announcement. GB AND ANNUAL SALE WC. SMITH will hold Large and « Important Sales of the whole of the Properly, Land, &c.y in his hiifiibf on MONDAY and TUESDAY NEXT, the 26th and 27th January, 1857, at the GOLDEN. FLEECE HOTEL. LUNCH OH THE TABLE AT ll. Sales to commence each day at 12. For Catalogues, Plans, Sec., apply to W - C. SM IT H AUCTION...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

ï,ocal JmteUtgettce. OMITTED.-We are compe'led to hold over till to-morrow, a report of the meeting of the People's League, at the Black Lead.; the Bal way Debate in the Assembly, on Tuesday ; and the bttera of an Elector of North Gren ville, and of Messrs. Carruthers and îîether wood, &c CHARLIE NAPIER. - Yesterday evening, Mr g. C. Massatt alias deems Pipes, of Pipesviüe, made his first bow to a Ballarat audience at the abovenamed place of amuse ment. The attendance was fair, but the house was by no means crowded owing, in our opinion, to the prices forth's one right being raised. Mr Massett's entertainment is one that we should wish to. see every en couragement given to, as be'igof an elevated, refined, and, to some extent, intellectual des cription, and one which could be more , thoroughly appreciated' by à select, rather I than a mixed; audience. M«* Massett com I menced by singing a veiy pretty song (bis own composition) ca''ed When the moon on the lake is beaming," wh...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

?S_8ÜMJf"l Z__ HAIN Aft"BAT.T.ftfr yr THE Prop the Hume bitherto peen fj^red^-^p^Vxtt J tinnsnce «f * plS^JnlÄej*'_kp "as afforded ífl_tTj¡ "Jet the increased demanás-fbr* part oMhÖr >éiáx»B^^'4íto ¿oditiorts ito '. _Ä'iV«Äaeiä*P,i l£_CB3S_Sí^?P®Ê8S_S,/4®BBTK© _HD« of C0LOfiBD tîï_8< tfTOI^ilBBe^jBtt, gre gow prepared ^*eiiBehte'''oraW»i<àj'fte gSOSTEST B_ASO»ABtB WOTJDBj "pnOBS^OOly equalled by the larger «s^^ Mel bourne or Geelong. y$,i>hjq:?Mf<'i --.^ As a sample " their Pinces they give the foltowing List for Ermting imeeery day mtii Posting fBhfc*'. _ Size of Siar sheet, per'JLOO,,-; Ji. 0 Erery additional .,100 ¿¿L'"b> 16 .0 Half size of Star sheet 100 ~.r~~.'.-" :1. 6 0 Everyadàînonàl,. . "; 100* ¿.i.,¡.0,10", O' Quarter size of ^far sheet 100.""«.0.16 0<¡ NOT_--Colored psper for Jmj of .^e above per 100 additional, 5s., or in cotore^.rinks, 10s. Eeward, Lost«r xfonnd Bilis (Executed onehSur after order) ' ' Ito any number ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 22 January 1857

MARRIED. On the 20th instant, at the Bank of Aus- tralasia, Geelong, by the Rev. Andrew Love, Michael Elliot, Esq., Bank of Australasia, Ballarat, to Margaret, second daughter of the late Alexander McKenzie, Esq., Thurso, Caith- ness. On the 14th inst., at Trinity Church, by the Rev. W. N. Craxton, Barrabool Hïlls, Mr Henry Thomas Westgarth, son of Robert Westgarth, Esq., Yorkshire, England, to Bathsheba Peake Arnold, daughter of William Burvill Arnold, Esq., late of Canterbury, Kent.

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