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LINTONS, WARDY YALLOCK. (From our own Correspondent.) July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

I LINTONS, WABBY YALLOCK. j . {From our own Correspondent.) Muong matters sou continue onsfc m tais neTjjbbourhood, and our population seems really to be settled down, The shallow sinking in Bloomer's Gully is still yielding very well: to-dav a Huggett weighing 6| ounces was ob tained there; and all the gold found upon the. surface is of a very coarse nature. A new rush has set in to Nuggety jGully which, I believe, is'paving wciL It is a con tinuance of the old lead, which was lost last year. ... Springdallah is in great favor again, two more shafts having been bottomed in paying ground ; this has caused considerable excitement and clam jumping is the order of the day; it is anticipated that this lead will form a connection with Brown's rush ; thc sinking has now reached 105 feet, and is getting deeper, with bad drifts, and black clay. .It would be well worth the while of some of the Ballarat folks to pay this spot a visit The population of Brown's rush may now be about 10,000. I a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Port's Corner. ORIGINAL. ANNIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

.ff Nffiocf» Cartier: _i 1 ORIGINAL. _¿_ ¿ MVAMIC was thc fairest flower, äBwfcever saw thc light, AdjmjU played upon her checks, ila* eyes were sparkling bright. Tte rose's hoe her fcatares graced, Bar brow was snowy white, fier lips like rubies glowed red, Jler hair was black as night. Sot better £tr, her heart was formed Of noble qualities, - - fer voice pealed often forth in songs, And angels melodies. lier noble mind and gentle witi, Endeared her unto all, The list, the widow's mournful cry) . The orphan's feeble care. Bhc trusted in her God above, And knew that in thc sky, A. mansion was prepared for her, "When called upon to die. And nour she is an angel bright, j So beauteous to behold, j And aa her brow securely rests, A sparkling crown of gold. may I live that I may join Her in those realms above, And taste thc blissful joys of heaven, ! Its everlasting love. j*. KED ROSS BEAUMONT).

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GEELONG CIRCUTT COURT. Monday, 14th July. (Before His Honor Mr Justice Barry.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

. Monday, 14th July, _ m. ÇÛ&a^î ^ ÉBBBC MrJastioe Bany.) ».»«: wu» tao, va tenodoCK. ..: UBBI,-HTHB O-tTEEK Vv igBHgT 4SKKKAW. This case vas brought before the Court the last day of the last Sessions. On that occasion the de fendant applied tobe furnished with a copyofthe i infoimation, and obtained four day's time tb plead, thus throwing the «ase over to the present Ses sions. Dr Mackay ¿nd Mr Ireland appeared as pri vate prosecutors, the case having been handed to ¡ them .by the Attorney General after, the filing of the information. Mr Seekamp was undefended by Counsel. The defendant appeared and said he was in want of necessary papers. He had appeared at the last Sessions to get a copy of the information, and the case had been postponed. Henow ap plied for a farther postponement to enable hun to send for necessary papers. The prosecutor had. been allowed a postponement from Saturday to that morning in order to procure papers from Melbourne which were necessary to his cas...

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TRADE REPORT. Ballarat, 16th July, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

TKA.DE REPORT. Ballarat, ICth July, I83G. i ÍUÍ; wc'juiuiu itu iKi h mus 01 goous ^ wu niay Bay, urgent, while thc greatest possible difficulty is still lek iu meeting that demand, which state ot' things must bo submitted to, as to attempt to remedy it would only be making mutters worse, as witness-Township road-niakiug. The state of the market remains much the , saice,*thou;rli the advices per Lightning we anti- j cipate will have a favorable effect. Spirits.-Old tom is very scarce, and holders hare in .-ome cases been asking higher rates ; while whiíkey is easier to buy. The demand for brandy continues brisk, while full prices have been maintained. For ale and porter there is bat little inquiry, while prices have advanced ls. ,_and- 2s. in sotue instances. Provisions and Groceries.-Prime double rose Cork may uow be bought at ls 8 jd, but most holders are asking ls SM. ; this is really as low we think as butter can be imported. Uacoii aud liam, as also cheese, are unaltered, though...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

PROJECTED DEPARTURES. j JToa LONDON.-True Briton, -1st August. J For Liverpool.-J<UE>C» Bailies, 8th August, j Fon SYDNEY.- City of Sydney, 6 team er, j 17th July ; Miami, Brilliant, early. FOR TWOFOLD HAÏ.-¿lacy Thompson, Amherst, early. For Fort Albert,-Storm Bird, every Toes- I day. j FOR PORTLAX», POBT. FAIRY, Am> WARR- \ NAMnoOL. - Champion, e., every Friday ; ; Ranger, early. \ For Warrnambool.- Helen, Ann, early. J For Port Fairy-Emily Allison, early. For Adelaide. - Burra Burra, steamer, Kossuth, Albion, Colchester, Scotia, early. - -For Launceston.-Mai ion, steamer, early : Royal Shepherd, 17.h July. For Hobart Town. - City of Hobart, ; «teamer, loth July : Kinma, Flying Squirrel early. For Auckland, N. Z.-Eliezer, Zillah, Grafton, earl}. For Otago,-Thomas and Henry, early; Gil Bias, 15th July. For New Caledonia-Caledonia, early. For Valparaiso.-lirnnscombe, tairly. For Singapore.-Earl Urey, Three Bells, Siren,-early. For Hong Kong. - Cornwall, Atalanta ear...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MONTEZUMA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

I MONTEZUMA T%£Âîa£. :''y. j Miss GODDARD'S LÍDTf3Ac?ETir.-r:^^&es" père never stoops to t« ht otra, conii^W^'r-: His characters live, mcvciand 1|avc th^^fhll being within a little vmrlj of fire act|^^png and doing just what is Mrper to each,^rpe>ther more nor less, nor otheiwe. Unless tiiuïîaSôeut can make himself at jh<jpe with all t^PSp111?" stances, near and far «Mctirect and mdp^tflUi and untold, which action thc gradual ^MtSflpo ment of these men aplomen, he wiJtpi towards cxpbring femcwhat of &ose;Jnnnitr riches, which a higlr genius, lowering ïïisaf to mortals, has scatter* to us for ai time. .;;Oa any other terms than these, Sh&lasspere*?" iOTring mose shuns appro:*. The master ha|jKndeu'»5 so noble an apprccgion of las art.--which wa to holdwefaitMfírotrrbrupto naturej--that sooner than put an improper word, how needec soever for explantrioa or couimcat, í**> *~J mouth of any of £} speakers, he has)©3firdiz«< i hind jth^f...

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LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, July 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, July 15th. jrreseui :- ian ^iiairnian, ¿Messrs, lates, Baker, Fraser, Gillies, O'Connor, Ahrens, Stoddart, and Thomson. Proposed by Mr Baker and seconded by Mr Gdliee '* That Mr Miskelly be appointed the clerk of this court." Carried. Proposed by Mr O'Connor, and seconded I by Mr Fraser- i " That a vote of thanks be given to Mr Daly, Chairman of the Court, for his im partial conduct in the chair at the election yesterday." Carried. Proposed by Mr Gillies, and seconded by Mr Baker " That numerous eases having occurred, wherein parties have been summoned before the Court, and when their cases have been called have made no appearance, thereby en tailing a^erious loss of time on the part of the Court anóV-consiJerable inconvenience to the public, the Gierk of the Court be instruc ted not to enter any case upon the books, till such time as he has received the fees of the Court : but, in the event of any party stating to him that they are unable to pay the Court fees...

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THE CASTLEMAINE LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

I THE CASTLEMAINE LOCAL COURT, j Tlie following important regulation has been passed by this court : " For the encouragement of the introduction of steam power for the working of old alluvial wet diggings, it is proposed that leases be granted in proportion (to o certain extent) to the power of steam engine already held, or shortly to be held, by parties applying for such leases, viz., Six claims 40 leet by 40 feet to every horse power of engine introduced, or shortly to be in troduced ; so that sn eDgiue of eight horse power shall be allow forty-eight such claims, with an additional claim to each and every rainer con sidered necessary for thoroughly working such eugine and claims - say two miners for every horse power of such engine, after it is in full wo king order ; and every party thus introducing an engine shall be entitled to hold and to work their full number of claims for a period of not less than eighteen months after their engine is in working ordor, by tatting out one mi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STAR. THURSDAY, 17th JULY, 1856 THE EDUCATIONAL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

THE STAU. THURSDAY, 17tb. JULY, 1S56 j THE EDUCATIONAL QUESTION, j TBEBE is no species of controversy to ?which journalists have a greater aversion than that in which religion has a share. It is'avoided by ali of teem-except pro fesional polemics-as catefully as is ^?gstent with the execution of their ^Kmonal duties. 3 fae cause of this is ?? obvions enough. Ia treating «ach ques tions from their point of view, jooinaJists must often criticise pretty severely the doings of ministers of religion. Profane and sacred matters have become so inter mixed by the unwise proceedings of several ol the churches, as to render it often the painful but inexorable duty of the press to include both in their com ments ; to do SO, however, requires _ no small degree of caution, fur in such tick lish ground the slight*»* supposed devia tion To either side is followed by conse- ; quences to which those resulting from political squabbling is merely child's play, and exposes " writers of editorials" to g...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NINON. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

-numil ucarcsi : i ucucmi met', In thc green isle of the past, Thou so kind, so true,-they told mc ïhou wert loving to the last. I am far from where thou'rt lying, With thc heather round thy head, Lonelr, smitten, sad and sighing, low Î bow my troubled head. ** .Wild thc furious thoughts that rend mc-; i Vain the wretched hopes that rise ; j Pining, want and pain attend me ; Heart-ache blinds my weeping eyes. fündhr care of her who bore me, And the lore of one more dear, Are thc phantoms that before nie Come, to mock my bitter fear. H I had bright anticipations ; Angel hopes of iove and trust ; Those were but hallucinations ; These, narc gone to coldest dust. I am tired, worn and weary ; Foll of misery and woe : Selfish, cold,-like winter, dreary. I Darkness lies where'er I go. I All the brightness, all thc beauty, And the joys of life arc past ; E'en the hope of strength iu duty Has forsaken me at last.* *»»*** Oh ! t feel (hose demons feeding ; i I can feel their satyr cry, j Ï ca...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

! MISCELLANEOUS. | [ PROPOSED SUBMARINE TrjKNEL, FROM BlE I KEXHEAD TO LIVERPOOL, UNDEU THE EIVEE I MF.ESET.-A project for accomplishing this desirable and useful commercial undertaking, and which would prove a general advantage I to those rapidly rising towns, has been recently j submitted to several influential gentlemen, j by whom it has been received with high ap probation and encouragement sufficient to induce the projector to-bring the subject ss early as possible more fully before the inha bitants of Liverpool and Birkenhead, for whose benefit particularly the project is in tended, by affording a safe and easy commu nication from town to town, through a treble i arched tunnel beneath the Mersey ; one arch I being for a double line of railway ; one arch for waggons, carte, and commercial carriages; i and one arch for quick moving vehicles, equestrians, and pedestrians, thus affording ! every possible advantage to the ^general public, for access to and from each town, instead o...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

I CHURCH OF ENGLAND ASSOCIATION. I On Tuesday evening a meeting was held at the Municipal Council Chambers, Start-street, for thc purpose of forming a Church of England Association for the district of Ballarat, to form a branch of the Association for the Archdeaconry of Geelong. The Venerable the Archdeacon of Geelong occupied the chair, and amongst those present were the Kev. John Potter, Messrs. Sherrard and Smith, Wardens, Mr. Lynn, Mr. Wigley, Mr. P. W. Welch, Mr. Dixie, Mr. Robinson, and several other gentlemen well known on Ballarat. The meeting, although not numerous, was very respectably attended. The Rev. Mr. Potter having opened the pro ceedings with prayer^ the Archdeacon addressed the meeting to the following effect :-Ile said, My Christian friends,-It was very likely that au untoward event might have occurred with re gard to this meeting. I labored under the idea thai it was fixed for Wednesday evening, and Jir. Potter under the idea that it was fixed for ViiL-, c\ ¿nmg...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

SATURDAY, 19th JULY, AT lu o'CtocK. FOR POSITIVE SALE. The American Hotel, Magpie; CARVER & DALTON ate instructed by the proprietor, to sell by public auc tion, at the Hotel, Magpie, on Saturday next, the 19th July, at twelve o'clock, That well-built substantial Two-storied Building at Magpie, known as the American Hotel* Together with the Bowling Saloon, Stables, S lores, &c. Also, The Household Furniture* Stock-in-trade, and the best Cooking Stove in the Colony. The Auctioneers, In calling attention to this sale, have to remark that the late pro prietors, when erecting this building, had aa eye to its removal, which can be done at a trifling expense. It is a well-built Hotel, containing on the ground-floor, a Large Bar, Dining-room, Parlour, Pantry, Kitchen ; and on the First-floor, seven Bed-rooms, and a Parlor ; the whole covered with galvanized iron. There is also a large and well-finished Bowling-saloon, a six-stalled Stable, and everything necessary to carry o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JOHN CHINAMAN. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

JOHN CHINAMAN.     (To the Editor of the Star.)     SIR,- Time was when a real live China-man was a novelty, wonder, a rara avis in our Australian earth. Both old chum and   new chum would stop to gaze upon the   quaint Celestial as he passed and realized to   the gazer's actual vision the still quainter figures upon old tea cups or dinner plates, which purported to represent to our barbarian eyes the inhabitants of the "flowery land"   whence came the curled leaves that fur- nished the sober beverage, esteemed alike by teetotaller and winebibber.   In the days when Ballarat had no churches   or chapels, or theatres, or concert rooms, or spacious and substantial and well appointed hotels and stores, and a thousand other com- fm H'Sffiiilll "! now < IIIIIII»>TMIIII»II^I I forts and conveniences now common amongst us- when the present Township...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 18th July. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

POLICE COURT.   Tuesday, 18th July.     (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M.)     James Scammel was fined 20s. or twenty-four   hours' imprisonment, for being in a state of   intoxication.   Dr Carle Pitchery was charged with obstruct- ing the public footway, by fastening his horse on   the footpath. He was discharged with a caution not to re- peat the offence. Bernard Lavender was charged with riding on the footpath, in the Township, on the 14th instant. He was also discharged with a caution. Arthur Gwynne was charged with absconding from the employment of Thomas Brown. He was remanded to Chepstowe. James Le Burns was charged with stealing three boxes of candles, the property of Peter Thomas Toll. Mr Rainy appeared for the prosecution, and Mr Wigley for the prisoner. John Shepherd sworn and examined-Witness was in the employment of the prosecutor who lived on the Red Hill. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE. (From our own Correspondent.) July 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

MELBOURNE. ] {From our own Correspondent.) July 15th. The arri raí of thc Lightning after a 70 dap passage is quite an event, and it would almost seem that thc near prospect of a formidable rivalry in thc shape of steam propelled ships, was already producing an effect in goading on the ' magnificent clipper' to. renewed efforts. Those much wanted clippers failed us in the hour of our necessity ; for when we were per force obligedlo content ourselves with such accommodation as they could afford, they tantalised us by protract- j ing'their voyages to 70, 80, and 90 days; ar«! ! that at a time when current events in Europa j wcro occupying so much of our thoughts, that j every succeeding mail as it became due was looked for with breathless anxiety ; it is now too late for them to retrieve their character. Even a succession of TO days passages will not re-esta blish them in the public confidence, and nothing less than a steam fleet will now satisfy om- de mands. But thc merits of thc ru...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATER ENGLISH NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE LIGHTNING, WITH MAILS OF 6TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

LATEE. ENGLISH NEWS. **^AHRiyAL OF THE LIGHTNING, WITH MAILS OP CTH MAT. ^, Thc lightning arrived at the Heads on ; k Monday evening, after a fine run of Cl) days ; I she brought 410 passengers. The ncv.'s aie ! I-- not of Startling importance. ' The details of the Treaty of Peace have i bees published, but the public had not given | 1 'v^u1Tto'"much expression of opinion at the , Si-*-ñt dates ; that there will be great and ge- ¡ 1 dissatisfaction with the terms is to be »ted. - I ne British press was again beginning to Louis Napoleon, and that he was writh iindertbc effects of public opinion was tent from the stoppage of several of the lish papers in France. It was reported after being refused by several of the animent hangers on, the Governorship of »ria had been accepted by the Marquis Chandos, a man of honorable principles, >ut of narrow views. "We subjoin particulars of the more import - ^Bj . ? Paris, Saturday Evening, May 3. Bjft.n Imperial decree in the Moniteur of this ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. This body met yesterday afternoon in the Council Chambers, Sturt-street, at three o'clock: Present-The Chairman; Councillors Tulloch, Bolger, Muir, and Carver.   The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The minutes of the Public Works Committee were also read and infirmed. Correspondence.   The following letters were read by the Town Clerk, viz. : A letter from the Surveyor-General's Office, stating that the "petition of the rate-payers of Bal larat, praying that the site opposite Mair-street might be selected for a Market-place, had been received, and the prayer of the petition complied with.   A letter from the Surveyor General's Office, enclosing an amended plan of the Municipality of Ballarat. A letter from the Chief Secretary's Office, Stating that bye-law No. 6 had been received. This bye-law provided for cattle being loose about the streets of the Township. The letter stated that all thc words after...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. HORSON'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

ARRIVED.   Hobson's Bay.     July 14-Ben Vetnie, barque, from Leith, 28th March, and the Downs 16th March. July 14-Epsom, ship, from Landon 20th March. July 14-Lightning, R M ship, from Liverpool. July 15-Missie, brig, from Port Wakefield 7th July. July 15- Royal Shepherd, s.s.s.. from Launceston 14th intsant.  

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBSTRUCTIONS TO THE NEW REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

OBSTRUCTIONS TO THE NEW     REGULATIONS.     The following memorial, relative to the ob- structions offered by some of the Wardens to the working of the New Regulations, has been draw up by the members of the Local Court, and au- mously signed by them. It is most important the interests of the district that these regulations should be carried out in the most effective man- ner, and we should, therefore, regret to fînd a utility impaired in any manner. Wherever the blame may rest, we hope it will speedily be re- moved.   " To His Excellency Major-General Macartly ?????? the Officer Administering the Government, and the Executive Council of the Colony of Victoria. "May it please your Excellency; we, your memo- rialists, members of the Local Court of Ballarat are desirous of laying before your Excellency conduct of the Wardens in this district in re- ????? stricting and throwing obstacles in the way of the proper working ...

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