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HUNGARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

Drumhead taw has been republished ia the Hungarian ComitaU of Veszprim and Barany, and rewards offered for information which shall lead to the capture of robbers, incendiaries, and murders. £10 will be paid foe a common highway robber, £30 for a particularly danger ous robber, and £50 for the captain of aband, and £100 for thc whole ging or ten of its members. £1,000 is offered for the capture of Rosa Sandor, the most renowned of Hungarian bandits, who was oae of Kossuth's right-hand men during the revolution.

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

ENGLAND. j Tue trial of William Palmer, for causing the i death, by poisoning, of John Parsons Cook, j commenced ou the ïltii of May, at the Central j Criminal Court, before three of thc most cmiueut judges in the kingdo.n.-Lord Camp bell, Mr Baron Aidcrson, and Mr Justice Cress well. Xo stronger proof can be adduced of the intense interest which the public take in this trial thau the fact that the Earl of Derby and a considerable number of the nobility were in attendance the tirst day. At present it 6cems doubtful whether the nial for the first alleged murder can terminate this week. Thc Attorney General led for thc Crown, and the prison r ts defended by \¡r Sergeant Shee and some three or lour other genllemeuof great l:gal eminence, for the case is strongly against the prisoner ; but no ungenerous advantage _is taken by the Crown or its judicial representatives, and where a witness has detailed more 'han on the tirst occasion, tho fact is admitted and pointed oat, in order to give...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

The cholera appears to be showing itself again in St Petersbnrgh. The daily mortality has risen of late from two or three to as many as twenty-one. The number of deaths that have already taken place in the present'outbreak is 304. The least agreeable feature of the recent in telligence from St Petersbnrgh is the announced intention of thc Government to commence the war in thc Caucasus, during the present sum mer. It is added that General Chruleff will command the expedition; but that 'General MouraviuT to whom Kars surrendered will have the supreme direction. The Duke of Cambridge will, it is said, be thc representative of the British Government, at the coronation of the Czar, an event which is fixed to take place in August nest, in. the old Muscovite capital-Moscow. SARDINIA. Thc memorandums presented by Count Ca vour to the Sardinian Chambers relative to the Austrian occupation of thc Roman States, and which were brought before the Paris C'onfer ?ence, have been published. They sh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

. SOUTH JLHEBICA.. | It is stated in the American advices from Callao that the British Admiral had received orders to seize the Chincha Mantis, and hold ] them as security for the payment of debt due to j Great Britain by Peru. The United States j Government had ordered several vessels to Fa- j nama.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

Funerals. FOR HIRE, at Morris' Funeral Esta- blishment, Bakery Hill, three doors from St. Paul's Church, Hearses, with one, two, or four horses. Funerals furnished on the shortest notice.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

BIRTH. On the 11th instant, at Ballarat, the wife of Mr. Wm. J. Buckland, of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

Chaff-Cutting by Horse Machinery. HAY cut for Ï armer8, Hay and Corn Dealers, &c, and to be had wholesale ] and retail at ANTCLIFFE & CROSS', Produce Stores, Armstrong-street, Ballarat Township. TO FARMERS AND SETTLERS. PURCHASES of or advances made on all kinds of farming produce, and sales effected by the undersigned. A. & H. B. CHALMERS, "Wholesale Provision Dealers, Armstrong-street, Ballarat. ASTE PAPER for Sale, in large or small quantities, at F. \V. Hein ecke & Co.'s, Wholesale and Retail Toba conists, facing the Bridge, Gravel Pits, and 65 Swanston-street, Melbourne. To Let, THOSE Premises (near the Township), lately occupied as the Star Printing Office. For particulars apply to Messrs. Diggins & Gant, contractors, next door to the Star Newspaper Office. 12th August, 1856. Notice. ?\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that IA John B. Halls, formerly clerk and shopman of the Hope Bakery, Main-road, is no longer authorised to transact any bu siness ...

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THE CHARGE OF THE CAVALRY AT BALAKLAVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

TILE CHARGE OF THE CAVALRY AT BALAKLAVA. The following is an extract from an article in Calhorn's Uniled Service Magazine for April, on "The charge of thc British Cavalry at Bala klava," by " One who was in it." "Captain Nolan, who had gone to the re doubts, now halted. I next heard a heavy fire, and then he galloped back towards us. "We were by this in motion, and Lord Cardigan was preparing to act. Thc trumpet sounded 'stand to horses." then rapidly followed 'mount, walk, trot, gallop!' and again the trumpet finally sounded die 'charge!' and wc were off. I had just time, and no more, to see the effect of the first fire of the Russians. Captain Nolan, who had lifted his bund as I thought in signal, was thea close upon us. His hands were up out stretched. Ile sccnicd to reel and rock in his saddle; out of his breast there poured forth a red htreaniiug tide, and he looked as if his chest had been broken in. I saw him no more. Thc brave fellow-none braver in the anny, nor a bolder hor...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

SYDNEY. We have Sydney papers to the 6th inst The Legislative Assembly met upon thc day previous, when the Colonial Secretary stated to the House the position of the ministry in relation to the public business. The Colonial Treasurer would bc prepared to make his financial statement on Thursday week. Bills for the abolition of the two-thirds clause, for the re-enactment of the Waste Land Sales Act, for the management of the gold-fields, to effect varions reforms in the state of the law, for the establishment of muni cipal institutions in Svdney and elsewhere, would be early introduced. It was proposed to submit to thc House on Thursday next, a scheme for the reconstruction of the Government depart ments. The questions of education and immi gration had been under consideration, but no thing definite had been determined on these important subject?. The honorable member proceeded to advert to several other subjects of minor interest which would be brought before Parliament without dela...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BALLARAT LABOR MARKET. Ballarat, 13th August, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

BALLARAT LABOR AI ARKKT. Ballarat, 13:h August. 18ÓG. There is no material alteration in tile labor market., thiusrs rcruiiiii about the same as last week. Utmeral house ?erxant», nurse mavis, marrie 1 couples, anl bullock drivers aro in dellrill'!. The I'.'ll'm inp- arc the Rates Current, vi/. : Housekeepers. £52 to £i>ii \>-. v annum ; laun <lre~e-, £ li) to c-)0 ; lmn:r.i'.is, £02; f.-malc i-o'iks for Viotcli, £52 to £00 ; gerv ral female swan ts. £30 to £40; .iairvmaids" £30 ; ho.ise IiliiiiJs, £:J0 toll',; \vairre;-ei. £10 to £30: married < oiiples. (br town. £00 to £100 ; do. for country, £70 to i'SO ; nursemaid, £15 to £18. With Rations, per week : General tarni servant-;. £! 5st->£l 10s; bul lock drivers for tho roads, £2 ro il'-}; bullock dru ers for farms. £1 IDs to Í2 ;-l ni^hfcinirn,s £1 10 to £2; hi-hmen, £2 to £2 .7s; milk men, £t 10s tot £2; cooks, £3 to £o'; cooks mates. Cl to ft'lOs waiters, £2 to £."i ; bar men. £2 10s to £3; porters,...

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LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, August 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

LOCAL COURT. Tuesday, August \1th. Present ; -The Chairman, and Messrs Ahrcns, Baker, Gillies, Thompson, Coleman, and O'Connor. Nichol v. Webster.-For balance due. Mr JJtainy for plaintiff ; Mr Trench for de fendant. Plaintiff deposed that by virtue of a mining partnership subsisting between himself and de fendant, a balance of £45 was due to bim as per account produced to thc Court, for which he now sued. Cross-examined-Everything I have received I have accounted for in the account I furnished to defendant, on my returning from Sydney. We dissolved in January, and since then I have given no account. The account now handed to me I furnished. It shows a balance in defen dant's favor, but the items are included in the other before the Coori. I sold come slabs, and ¡ have accounted to defendant for half the pro ceeds. There were three holes in Chinamen's, but only one paid expenses. I sold the slabs ! dank , .- -..>4^Í^..¿ ' .. il"..; V-» -Caljie deposited.^^^Jg^^|f|^Liy| weat to Sy...

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POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 12th August. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S. M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

POLICE CO ÜBT, Tuesday, 12íA August. . '. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S, M.) James fecott, william Moore, and Joan tja. Hue, were charged with .furious riding on the Main road, on the 11th inst. They pleaded not guilty. Constable Bothwell stated that on Monday, about 12 o'clock, he saw the defendants racing near Bakery TT ill Scott was a little in front, the others were going at a sharp trot behind, . when he arrested them on die charge of furious riding. - ? _ j On cross-examination the witness said the j defendants were riding at between five and six miles an hour. | His "Worship dismissed the case, observing that five or six miles ah hour was not a furious pace. He thought, however, that parties ought to walk down the Main road, and not endanger the lives of the foot passengers by riding fast. Edward Adams was charged with a similar' offence, but the case being the same as the ibrmer one, it was also dismissed, John Dowling was charged with using abu sive language. A soldier of the ...

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THE STAR. THURSDAY, 14th AUGUST, 1856. DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

THE STAR. THURSDAY, 14th AUGUST, 1SJ6. DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. Ix war one of the mo-it important points to be attended to, is the means of communication between an anny and its magazines cr supports, ilany a battle has boen won, many a cam paign put an cud to, by some bold stroke which has destroyed the ene my's linc ol' operations, and left it no thing but an inglorious retreat or a still more inglorious surrender. In the late war Russia felt her n eriority iu nothing so much as in her means of conveying troops from one part of her dominions to another. Half of her losses were sustained in crossing Uer dreary and trackless steppes. What is so important in war is no less im- i portant in peace. A country without roads cannot maintain a high state of civilization. Its trade is reduced to ¡ the lowest point. At present five sixths of the carrying trade of Victo ria has to be gone through in tits sum mer months, while in the winter, like a colony of bears, wo remain nearly dormant. We are...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. This body met-yesterday afternoon, at the Connel Chambers, Sturt-street Present: J. Oddie, Ghiiinnan; Councillors Carver, Moir, Bolger, Tulloch, and Stewart The minutes of thc previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDEN CE. The following correspondence was read hy the Town Clerk, Letter from. Ûic Chief Secretary's Office, in timating that any extension of the boundary of tlie Municipality to the south, would have to be the subject of >a pétition. From the "Secretary of the Central Hoad Board, acknowledging a communication, with respect to blasting at tho quarry in the reserve letter stated äiBt ^hfi vmatter lan befen referred 1toihè"l)ïstiict:to be sported opon, «nfl àtf*oonési íh% ^repórfc&as ' ruado,' ¡ the cor pcmuionw<m^ . Letter finia the Central Boad -Board acknow ledging one from the Corporation, compkúhing of {he terms of a letter addressed to §iera by Mr Bowann, fee Engineer to the Central Road Boara. The letter «tated tha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

_ Btreet, - opposite íhc Western Market, Melbourne, are Adve^smg, JSale ara. 1^ livery.Agents for this joaraaL ME. J. T. HENDY, 65, Saith^treet, CcJlmgwood, is an Advertising Agent for this journal. MESSES. FRANKS & Co., News Agents, Haketet Square, are Advertising Agents, and Sale and Delivery Agents for this journal. ME. JT. M. GARRATT is an Advertís sing Agent for this Journal in Geelong. _ R. JOHN DEEW is Agent for dus journal at- Creswick. M Tl ITEL W. B. SMITH, of the NUGGET JT| HOTEL, is agent for this journal at Buninyong._ F& E. DATE are ; Agen ts for , this Journal, at Linton and the ad joining gold-fields. **W^t Star" MAIN ROAD, BALLARAT. PRINTING in all its branches execnted with care and fidelity, and in the neatest manner, on the most economical terms. BOOK WOKE, SAMTHIETS, CmCTTLABS, CAKDS, BILL HEADINGS, AND HAND BILLS, Executed ia a superior style. This Establishment possesses a great variety of X.AUSE TYPE, suitable for POSTING BILLS, Of tho largest...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

ïSè 15th oTJaWWtpokim <o|i|fSiarjoAS íte-j day apon which tte î baptism -the Jnuierial 1 ítanee wfll tate place. Aa arti&-èf-iavr,' ' granting' 400,000.¿ francs towards fte expenses, 1 has been adopted by tie Legislative bodj. After the baptism of the Imperial Prince, a ¡grand banquet will take place at "the Hotel de Ville, when M. Haussmann appears determined to surpass himself.. Three hundred persons vol be invited, and it is boped that the Empress, who is still in very delicate health, nül be able to attend. The Kingöt Prussia, it is «aid, bas.invited ¡ Napoleon ill. to visit Berlin this summer, mid meet there the Emperor Alexander and Ferdi nand Joseph.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

3Local gwtetltgettce, OMISSIONS^ - The pressure of advertise ments renders it totally impossible for us to insert our remarks on the new Candidate for North Grant. These remarks would have been an answer to the very pertinent questions of " An Elector" on Mr. Loader's antecedent and j general Claims to the suffrages of the electors of North Grant. "An Elector," "Aletheia," and "Green Hills," must stand over Oil Saturday. j ACCIDENTS AT SEBASTOPOL -- On Monday   afternoon a miner named William Silman, working in amalgamated 71 to 75 Frenchman's Lead, met with a serious accident while proceed-   ing to the bush to split slabs. One of his mates, it appears, was carrying a gun loaded with heavy shot, which accidentally went off and hit Silman, who was a few paces off, in the neck and face. Dr. Kenworthy was sent for, when it was found that three of the pellets had entered the socket of the right eye, besides several in the face, neck and shoulders. Fears were a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 14 August 1856

SAXüliDAY, 16th AUGÜáX, 1850. Unreserved Sale. Al*. BOWES, will offer for unreserved . sale by public onction on Saturday the Kith inst, st 12 o'clock Two Harness Bullocks, Warranted Staunch and perfectly Quiet. They have been at work in Harness for a con siderable time, and are disposed of on account of the proprietor leaving.the Colony. Great Britain Auction Mart Opposite Charlie Napier, Main-road, g MOKWITCH has Sales of Boots, Shoes, ClctMag and Jewellery, of every desciipùon, at Twelve o'Cloek sharp, every MOX DAY, THimSOAY, and SATÜSDAY. -?#"1 i'.-, a: Wbïsss $gjr ¿¿rn í. .Bsftfe.í ? ti' ':-îî"S'.i4 ' .fer?çB«s»i*iiîta _.. ,. . ^jGfltaV&Vieloria^ * :>>vtf ? " lr s. iii-MH Behve^ îsaiàèi âi>lômbrli^iàuituT ; ano:; Hyman iînkermaii, Defendant. T^S¿fj^Cm?^^B¿^imÍéx and by' 'vurjntó öf made thereon by His Honor Edward Eyre ' Williams, dated at Melbourne, the 30th jnly, 1856, theEteputy-Shèriff for tie Gee long Circuit'^^ cause to be «old hy pnblic auction, at the ...

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THE LEAD SURVEYOR. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 August 1856

THE LEAD SURVEYOR. j ¡ (To the Editar of the Star.) j Sir,-Ila ving seen by the letters of some of your late correspondents that the surveyor of the Sebastopol and White Horse Leads is con sidered infallible in the discharge of his duties, I beg leave to lay before you a fact, which in my belief wfll show that some of his acts de serve censure. Two months ago, after the Executive bad sanctioned thc new mining regulations, I regis tered my name for a claim on the White Horse Lead, for which I and seven others paid the fee demanded, namely 5s. each, and were presented with a duplicate of thc register. S mee that time, several times a-week have I walked ankle deep in mud from Ballarat to the said lead, ex pecting to have the claim surveyed, and thereby to be put in possession of it, but have been com pelled to return as I went-the surveyor either not being to bc met with, or always putting me off, from day to day, and week to week, with promises. Up to the present, I have patiently sub...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CURIOSITIES OF THE UNITED STATES' CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 August 1856

CURIOSITIES OF THE UNITED STATES' CENSUS. WHILE the leading reviews in Great Britain have contained many able and curious articles relating to the recent census of that kingdom, the elaborate and valuable facts contained in the compendium of the seventh United States census, prepared Mr De Bow, and published by order of the Senate, does not appear to excite the attention of writers of the class corresponding to those whose labors abroad have elicited so much comment from the English public. With a desire rather to direct attention to De Bow's sta tistical view of the United States than to furnish anything like an extended review of the work itself, we propose to treat the returns in similar style to that which the British census received in the Household flForetp.. Out of the 1,626 counties in the United States in 1850, 480 had been created or altered ia the previous .tao years ; ia 54 the females greatly.predominate; in. 155 die slaves, and in seven the foreign ' born- In Ml -count...

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