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CRESWICK. (From our own Correspondent.) Creswick, Friday, 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 January 1857

CRESWICK. ! (From our. own Correspondent J Creswick, Friday, 80th January. Locar, COÜBT.-On "Wednesday morning ; last, some tune siter the usual hour, (ten j o'clock), three members only of the Court j were present, Mesirs. Davis, Russell, and i Herbert, but at about eleven, another indas- ; trions gentleman, Mr Willis, presented him- i self, and these four.waited till near twelve ; and were then about tb 'adjourn for want of * a quorum, but on the Warden's suggestion, ¡ the four members sat, and conditionally ; granted extended claims, leases, fcc, to fully j a dozen different parties, who had been j standing under a broiling sun two hours, j expecting, poor simple souls, that mea who ¡ so handsomely pay themselves for a few ¡ hours work, or rather talk, each week, j would condescend to remember- that Wed- i nesday is the day they have appointed to j receive the money. i As the vote of the fifth member must be : obtained before the applicants can in reality i get their grants, I po...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SEBASTOPOL COMMITTEE AND THE LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 January 1857

THE SEBASTOPOL COMMITTEE AND THE LOCAL COUBT. Subjoined we give the " protest " of the amalgamated Committee of Frenchman's and White Horse leads against the recent division of the Local Court in the case Campbell v. Wall. In that case the sur veyor was charged with a breach of the regulations of the 9th January, in refusing, on the 12 th, to regùUer plaint'ifl'and party under clauses 16 and 18 ; and the surveyor baid he was justified in refusing, because he wished to obtain first the opinion of this Court wirh respect to the desirableness of slopping registration altogether on the lead pending the proof of the anticipated junc tion, his motive being a desire to save the rights of shareholders previously registered, and to carry out the spirit of clause 9 of the old regulations. The Court decided that the surveyor had broken the law, but had, doubtless, done it from good intentions, and plaintiffs were ' ordered to be registered conditionally. Against this decision the committee pro...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHINAMAN'S FLAT. (From our own Correspondent.) 29th January, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 January 1857

CHINAMAN'S -FLAT, j fFrom our own Corretpondent.J ,.'_-,:;. ''\, .". ?9th January, 1867. ÉMJTP \r*? P««*w» of the deep rinking in tfcislóealujyltovevjcome tba^^^httfor «ur-keri,- toa large tracts of ground are taken up and held Si reserre, gremio the |Ch鿧u^sM^ «s »ve luwe «ot tío Local Court *t-preasnt; bavé botó te ininere, «t * public jneeting which wasjheld Was á very large attendance ; upwards of 1000persona feeing present, and great inte, rest was manifested in the. proceedings. After * iwief discrti8SWn, J>r.Ä*Dwuüd was called to ;the -chair $ and ¿he j-esult of.ihe meeting was, thats oommtttee^ nto was appointed to draw.aup certain .ruh^s, which will he submitted toi another meeting, to be held on friday, the-80th inst. I will for ward you an account in my next commu - mcrftion, of what moy be done. Four persons have been arrested on sus picion of beirujconneisted with the murder that took place There on the morning of Sunday last. An examination will take place shortly ...

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Shipping Intelligence. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ARRIVALS AT PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 January 1857

(BT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) j AKBIYASB AT POST FBTU.tr BRAM. j Friday, 3Ctk January.-Kossuth, from London ; Nancy, ' Lad ord er,-coastwise ; Elizabeth Ann, Victoria, from Sydney; Marco, Louisa, from Newcastle ; Minnnie Dyke, from Wellington.

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THE LOCAL COURT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 January 1857

- ! THE LOCAL COURT HOUSE. ¡ ALMOST simultaneously on Tuesday last, the Members of the Legislative Cauncil of Victoria and the Members of the Local Court of Ballarat, were engaged in considering the accommodation re- j spectively provided for them. In the I former case, it was feared by honotable ! members that the Government would, j if left to itself, overload the Council j Chamber with ornament, and in the latter case, the members feared that the same Government would forget to provide anything better than the rick etty, confined, and badly-lighted build ing, known since the Local Court sys tem was initiated among us, as the Local Court House, and formerly as the Camp Mess Room. Taking this wretched den even at present-with the improvements which have been re cently made in it, by providing the Chairman, Members, and Clerk with respectable seats-the whole affair is disgraceful to any community making the least pretensions to civilization. It should be borne in mind, that the Memb...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Star. DAILY ISSUE. SATURDAY, 31ST JANUARY, 1857. THE BARRIER TO SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 January 1857

itur. _gAItT XBñVB._ SATURDAY, 31BT JANUARY, 1857. THE BARRIER TO SETTLEMENT. WE, yesterday, adverted to the recent act of the Assembly, which, virtually, guarantees the present occupants of pastoral runs, not only against en croachments from members of their own body, but, also, against the enter prise and progressive settlement of the community at large. We return to the subject, because the present is the only favorable opportunity which presents itself for offering a protest against the system about to be adopted, and for the awakening of the public mind to the imminency of the danger which threatens the interest of the people in the free enjoyment of those advantages which the possession of a vast un settled and uncultivated territory, should, of necessity, ensure them. Our objection to the resolution to which the Assembly has committed itself is derived from two sources the absolute want of any provision for the free exercise of individual enter prise io the settlement of the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 January 1857

^40f^eiaW*^S>n<>&Ài^ Quilfe1 * ^r^^iâsl^D^^T^ea-oVrfcciv the erops, implezoeui^ stocks, the .goods »ad ebattelsipf J?. G.;ÏMllocl^«nâ»*snn; at Ne*riandB,¡" Dowlings Forest, »ear 4& Sadie's Homestead. j *i > A.*0. Trames;-At the George Hôtel Yards; at tme o'clock^ dmigldv Corsés aad^ring cart. - 'i * -i AUCTIONEERS, CÔMMïÈSION,& AGENTS, VALUATORS, &c, Opposite Oie Hisjiaj Sim Hotel, Main Hoaa. ; Cash advanced ion Merchandise to any smonut. THIS;DAY» ;,; To Merchants, Storekeepers, &c. ÀalJnrêsertëi.Sal» MOEW4TCH CO'S Auction j /Rooms, o h Monday, 26th instant, : at twel>ié¿"clocjkj_.;. - "'."i v "^ Xfensîsthig'oÇi- ; . Furniture . ? ? 50 Cases porter . :. ... 2 Tons soap. 160. Kegs hatter. 1 Large stove, itt for an hotel or res : tanrant, ali complete 1 Ditto, fit for a bar.. Clothing, boots, watches, jewellery, and other fancy goods; Remember, Saturday, ßlst January, . 1857,, At 12 o'clock: sharp. ~/; THIS D A Y, To the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 January 1857

BALLARAT SAVINGS' BA ,K - A-- *? i - ri Temporary Office, at Mr. Pooley'», Deputy ; '»» Rsgistcar, Armstrong-street. BANK Open for taking Deposits every ] Saturday, from one till foui o'clock, i For making repayments to depositors,'Í every Wednesday fróm one till four o'clock. . Interest allowed to Ssvinga* Bank deposi- ; to."» last year 4 per cent. WILLIAM THOMAS POOLES", Actuary. V. NOTICE. R. 10 o wnersofpremises situate on the Main-road, X Ballarat-Notice is hereby given, that all buildings, or other erections, &c, encroaching on thc Main-road, Ballarat, must be mored back to the survevor's line of the road, within one month from this notice. Any person not complying with this notice will be prosecuted according to law. '* J. T. BIERS, Crown Bailiff. Government Camp, Uallarat, 28th January, 1857. MESSRS. BACKHOUSE & REYNOLDS, Arc&itects and Surveyors, BEG to inform their friends and the in . habitants of Ballarat, that having Krected new and commodious of...

Publication Title: Star, The
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. WITNESSES' EXPENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 January 1857

i LEÔISi^TIVE ASSEMBLY. ] «r Hainnray asked the ? What «de easts (tf wry) aa to the pay- ] meat of the expenses pf yirnosscc ammnoned from the eoónfzyto jgwe evidence befare fte j SekctÇonanitteestif the Stase/*. . . : i Witnessestojjl bwfnnpnooed to gire eri dence before tW Cdanunee nbtm to lang'' and Drake; they bad hem at considerable that nf tim <lrwnmittBeop - Mr yT^Mfi^friffl^WM' #" SAjtwfc^o ti» wrtpeaseg to iTPrivfVfhc atoray flt once.^ "_ _ Tfee Chief Secretary said lie would pay the expelases ai ,onoB,*fmléBS tte House expressed its disapproval ipi suôWcourse. . -IOtUX. OOUESB. Mr Fyfe presented - a rpetition finora the Local Court et ja^Ptonirti», pffianmg; vacoua suggestions in reference to on alteration of the law relative to Local Courts, and the ma nagement of tiie^oM^ields, and praying the House speedily tô ^termine the;.quBBtiton of nuning on private property, mnsoixx. ', Mr OvemasT^ the Chief Secretary- j « What is the reason that chere is not now j in o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 January 1857

_ ^%*aerousi>Äe&wiih^ ? mrhBrt¿besá factored jfaad r-iniBolicitiBg atuMb- : riauanee of patroiw«, yfcafce tkc-epparitouy thus frtbrded thèm cf-sttding -ihat, In ¡arderlo . meat*fiavpnma8fd'"â^maBàs Ipr speed on the parttf-thur Kamtwwm^ tiley have anadea Jaqge additiaSB to thek lBtoefcHof,-.PBD^PiG MACHINES, IBISSES, JOBBING AND i FJJSf& Jfîr&R, iasavell «s every description of ÜOLOR&Ö iK£S AND PAPEJBS, and ] are new^prepar^jteiexew^ , SHOBTBST BiuffioiuKK*»dnxs, at prices pnly boimm orGeehmg.-' , -í.;.? 7 . . As-a jSamplfilw iheimPrhies they give ;the ' foUowibt^iast'forQrV^ use : Size of. iSterisheei»iner Iga ...... £1 15 . 0 j Every additional -. ; 0Ù ..^r... ,0Í5,Í i Half ssebfiStarsbiet 100....;.. 1 '5 0 » Every-additional, ?. 100{_ 0 JtO 0 Quarter size of^j^sbee^ ^ ..... .. 0 1.5 0 i * Na^^^^Celfflàed paper for any ¡of the above .] per lOdatáditional, 5s., or in colored inks, .10s. j Reward, Lost or Found Sills à -s ^f^necM^- wt« /«fer or ocr ...

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Local Intelligence. BALLARAT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 31 January 1857

Local Intelligence NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. "Viator's"   communication will shortly appear. "A Share holder" must send his name, and, if possible, a clearer statement of the case-as presented we cannot make it out.. , Inquests. - On Friday, Dr Glendinning, the coroner, held an inquest at the Swan Hotel, on the body of Thomas Peters, a miner, aged 26 years. It appeared that the deceased was working in the Red Jacket Shaft, at the White Horse Lead, on the 24th inst. Word was sent up to the top of the shaft to send down some drills for boring. Two drills were then put into a bucket, being two feet and a-half long, but were not lashed to the bucket. When the bucket was twelve feet down, one of the drills fell ont and struck the deceased on the back, between the blade bones, fracturing two of the dorsal vertebra, and two of the ribs. Peters was taken to the Hospital, where he expired on Thursday. The jury returned a verdict of "Accidental Death," with the following rider : ...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 2 February 1857

TASMANIA. HAUVEBT.-The last few days of warm weather have brought the crops on astonish ingly, and reaping is now being pushed forward. The wages, we understand, are from 10s. to 14s. per acre. SMOKING IN THE FIELDS.-The extreme danger of this practice during harvest opera tions, must be apparent to all. Yet as usual men are now to be seen at work amongst ripe corn with lighted pipes. Thc practice should be put down, wherever pos sible ; indeed, we are not sure that it does not call fer legal restriction. PUKE GRANTS OT LAND.-We would re mind the Waste Lands Committee that the government of Canada has resolved upon giving sections of land not exceeding one hundred acres to any person eighteen years old, and having sufficient to support him self until the land can maintain him. The conditions are,-To take possession within a month, to cultivate at least twelve acres in four years, to build a house (at least 20 by IS feet) and to reside on the lot until the conditions of settlement ar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 2 February 1857

DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. On Saturday last the Board met at the Golden Fleece Hotel, at two o'clock : pre sent, B. Muir, Esq., Chairman, and Messrs J. Baird. W. C. Smith, M'Intosh, Barrett, and Morton. Mr Graham, in the absence of Mr Watson, acted as Secretary. The minutes of the two previous meetings were then read. MrW. C. Smith said that, before the minâtes of the meeting held on the 24th of January, at Quincy's hotel, were confirmed, he would remark that, at that meeting, only Messrs Macdowall, M'Intosh, and Barrett were present. He did not think it right to the other members that so important a matter as rescinding one resolution which had been passed in favor of the road to the Miners' Rest going on the west sile of the Swamp, and passing a contrary resolution, should bavc been transacted at so thinly attended a meeting. Mr M'Intosh said ample notice had been given of thc meeting, and that it was in tended to discuss the question as to which side of thc Swamp the road should go. It...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 2 February 1857

BUHHERS WANTED. TO SELL THE DAILY STAR, AND Miner and Weekly Star. Smart, intelligent men will make good wages. _

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Commercial. COMMERCIAL REPORT, Star Office, Saturday, 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 2 February 1857

COMHESCL&I« fiKPOBT, Star (Moe, _ Saturday, Sift January- , In. presenting tba wdqoined *?Emm Cur» reat" to oar reader* t wemaybepfs-miitosdto remark that gw* craw ba. been taken m fte compilation, and the quotation* may M relied upon as those at which transaçtoms haw actually taken place, and as the lT» within which the general trade rangea. With the multi&rioas reqtiireroents of our population, we know how dintoaU ä is, by any geaerol list, to convey a correct idea of the prices ruling in this market. By confining thc lint to tho articles most m demand, and fanning tho »tapio of trade, wc beberé that we shall best serve ti» purpose which gives value to commercial statements. During the past week but little activity has been observable in any branch of business, «nd to aay that trade is dull, is but to repeat tho phrase common in all conversations with business mon. Generally speaking the Ballarat storekeepers are well supplied with stocks, and in thc absence of act...

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WEEKLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT. Wednesday, 28th January, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 2 February 1857

WEEKLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT. I Wednesday, 28th January, 1647. J in addition to the medals offered bj the Port Phillip Farmers' Society for the best barley to be exhibited at the grain show, which ts to be held some time in March, we learn{that the brewers axe getting up a sub scription among themselves to offer as prgroinrns £ar the eneooragement of the growth of .barley among oar-own farmers. The amount Si likely to exceed ¿100. In Ia whaTway this jato be ottered for com petition of course we do not yet know, but believe the terras wiO^mt^jaownaaim., Ibe liberal niiM^Kel^|^^è- society^ ought to make t£&|um Wfftf «"fraetÎTei .? _ When the day xs fixed|£ul particulars will be published, and at ra same time the conditions of competition %r the brewers' prize, or prisca* the trarêmay be. There* u also a 'fold medal, Resented to th** society by Major-General Macarthur, offered fer the best field,ofwnoat, tobe -j grown rn Victoria in I85fc .Notice of in tention to compete, to be f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 2 February 1857

BAXLARAT SAraGÖ' BA iJK, Tetnporairr Office, at Mr. Pooler's, Deputy Registrar, Armstrong-street. BANK Open ""for taking Deposits every j Saturday, from one till four o'clock, j Por" making repayments to depositors, every Wednesday from one till four o'clock. ; Interest allowed to Savings' Bank deposi- i tm's last year 4 per cent. ; WILLIAM THOMAS POOLEY, Actuary. V. KOTICE. E. f j' 0 owners of premises situate on 1^ Mam-road, X Ballarat-Notice is hereby given, that all ; buildings, or other erections, icL, encroaching : as the Mam-road, Ballarat, must be moved back to the surveyor's line of the road, within ene month from wis notice. Any person not complying with this notice wfll ba prosecuted according to law. J.TBIERS, Crown Bailiff. Government Camp, , Ballarat, 28th January, 1857. District Hoad Board. NOTICE.-Tenders for tl» formation of seventeen chaim or thereby of Road, in cluding a Crossing 'over Barumbeet Creek, at . Miner's Best, Dowling Forest, will be received 1 at the S...

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PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, 30th January. CORONERSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 2 February 1857

PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Friday, 30th January. coBONEasmrs. i Mr .Aspmall asked tue Attorney-General " Whether it is the intention of the Go ' vernment, in their appointments of coroners, to confine their selection to members of the medical profession ?" Mr Stawell said it was not tue intention of the Government to confine their selection of coroners to medical men. They would be guided generally by the eligibility of candi dates, irrespective of their professions. i THE £50,000 GEANT. Mr Sladen laid on the table returns of the distribution of the Grant. ?? CEOWN LA.KDS HKSOI.TTTIOKS. Mr Humffray gave notice that on Wed- '? nesday next, on the further consideration of the Crown Lands résolutions in committee, he should move a series of resolutions : First, to the effect that a distinct reservation should be made of the right of the miner to mine on occupied binds. Second, That the owner or authorised occupant of such lands should be compensated for the damage...

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BALLARAT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 2 February 1857

I i: ejj__j5ga==s===g.¿?.. Spital V^^ibíBe^^^oén Fleece .H^e^! 8°^^^Intíi.ihe following HOKOBAKY «BDICAX. OPFI0BB8.. ThWojlé m Dr Steuart.. % . - - . . . -'. . - - . m , Dr Hobson ; .> ;.. ;1170 Dr Xenwortíij .i..:...:..;' 166 The first four gentlemen were declared duly elected. V MCaS-F-BBSrOBNTB. Mr BL Foster ....-«3 ; MxB. Gibbs ...... 32 . Mr A. A. O'Connor ......... 31 Mr lt J. Cummins ........ 30 Messrs Foster and Gibbs were therefore the successful candidates, and were declared :duiy elected asTíce^P^esuients. The following twelve gentlemen were elected Conunäfceemen ;-' Mr M. B3hot*... Tl . Mr D.Oliver.66 Dr Glendinning.69 '~ MrS.Irwin..... «9 MrW. Fïaser...-/.-...".....".. 58 Mr WY Moore...: 57 Mr J. Oddie .¿. 57 Mr J. A. Douglas 56 Mr A. O'Connor....... 55 _; Mr W. C. Smith..........1. 50 ; Mr J- ftimmiup "... _'_. 50 Mr H. Cuthbert. 48 The under - mentioned nine gentlemen were the unsuccessful candidates for the office of Committee-men : Mr R. Smith ...."_ 45 Mr R. Gib...

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GEELONG. (From our own Correspondent.) January 30th, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 2 February 1857

GEELONG. j (From our own. Oorrespondent.J January 3*tu, 1857. The all-absorbing topic of conversation j is still the railway .question, and, of course, \ all-kinds of opinions are freely entertained j and expressed. The .committee appointed ] to carry oat the wishes pf tbe pnbb^ meet ing haye prepared Ji petititm, which how awaits signature. They also talked, of j calling A..public meeting on Satuirday. to { Bead, Bzookg, and Myles, . Thesej gentler j men ate to W inriîed, nn^.it.jsintende4 fo j severely rennmand.Jhem for the^.Jacj^uts : obstinacy in. opposing ike -§^feminent4áiÍ way scheme, and then pass ft Tote of con-1 «ffl«^^ fr A« jnwm»ntr^iiíii1ntrr. Xrinwwffly i Sipe the meeting J» lidd, ^^ap^ give oar mfrnrwwa^bjppo^nUy nf io¿#j^-1 for Treefe^^^h^^Se^^^^o etitaency, by representimj«teui pf*§jjffljßBte -¡ flfoStiaus opponents iof tne fgoyernmeaV " tadh-genuenien,-'wno*u>*guie^Jwt«^T*^ duty of honorable members for Geelong to Sanction anythtogWd everything, however ¡ hurjfu...

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