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CHEAP RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

I CHEAP RAILWAYS. j (From the Adelaide Times, 24iA Jane.) We were yesterday gratified by an inspec tion, at tbe Central Road Board Offices, of a model railway-a railway so strikingly suited to the wants of a new country, that we can not too urgently direct attention to its sim plicity and inexpensiveness. This model, which has been made, and has been kindly shown to us by Mr. C. F. G. Ashwin, con sists of a miniature line of rails, carriages, &c, representing the improvements of con struction patented some ten years since by Mr. Prosser, and the great advantage of which, as it appears to us, is the use of wooden instead of costly iron rails. Another peculiarity of the invention is the adoption of of guiding wheels instead of "flanges.'' But what we have principally to do -with is the use of wooden rails, and we therefore con fins ourselves to that point. The objects to be sought for are, of course, j economy and durability. How far those ad- j vantages are to be gained by us...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SAILED. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

SAILED.   PORT PHILLIP HEADS.                 July 15--Gem, schooner, for Newcastle,     N.S.W.   July 15--Telegraph, steamer, for Sydney.   July 15-Fettercairn, barque for New- Castle, N.S.W.    

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. BALLARAT GOLD CIRCULAR. 16th July, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

Comercial. BALLARAT GOLD CIRCULAR   16th July, 1856.   Since our last report Gold has slightly advanced in price, £3 17s. 3d., and as high in some in- stances as £3 17s. 6d. having been given ; the quantity sold during the week, has been about the average. The Escort of this week took down :-- ozs. dwts. £ s. d. From Ballarat to Melbourne. 13,029 10 11,351 0 0 Creswick to Melb... 1,555 15 0 0 0 Ballarat to Geelong 201 15 0 0 0 Creswick to Geelong 150 15 0 0 0 Total. 14,937 15 11,351 0 0 DEPOSITS. There were on de- posit 6th July .. 48,313 15 1,950 0 0 Deposited this week 5,601 15 130 0 0 Withdrawn " 3,861 5 21 0 0 Balance 12th July 50,057 5 2,059 0 0 RANKEN & DOUGLAS, Gold Brokers, Lydiard Street, Township.

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

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. .vi>!j:;.g their advertisements ' tli- List page must send them lui-U, a.m., the day previous ¿'.ut ¡icrsoiis countermanding advertisements must notify the same before 2 o'clock, p.m., the day previous to publica tion, otherwise they will be inserted, and charged to their account. Township Subscribers. THROUGH an unavoidable mishap our Town- ship Subscribers were neglected last issue. We have taken steps to prevent the recurrence of so unusual an accident, which is no less annoying to us than to them. WANTED a steady intelligent Boy to de- liver Subscribers' papers. Apply to-day between 10 and 12, at the office

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

BIRTH,   On Monday, the 23rd June, at Golden Point,   Ballarat, the wife of Dr. Doyle of a son.   MARRIED,   On the 3rd April, in the Parish Church, Co-   leraine, by the Rev. James O'Hara, Rector, the Rev. William Graham, of Armagh, to Susan, only   daughter of Mr. F. Griffith, Alla, Claudy, Derry. DIED, On the 21st June, at his residence, Cambria, Great Swan Port, Tasmania, George Meredith, ih the 80th year of his age.

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

OPEN COLUMN   " For the opinions of Correspondents ex- pressed 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 senti- ments differ from our own."

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REDUCTION OF THE FRENCH ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

REDUCTION OF THE FRENCH ARMY. The Moniteur, of May 5th, publishes a decree ordering the reduction of 52,000 men in the effective strength of the army. Several of the leading French journals ap- pear to be alarmed at the consequences of seriously grappling with the Italian ques-   tion, and deprecate intervention. The Journal des Debats objects to the secu-   larization ofany part of the Papal States under a lay vicar ; and the Constitutionel trusts that French and English capital poured into Italy will divert the energies of the people to in- dustry and commerce.

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

NAVIGATION OF THE DANUBE.     The 15th article of the treaty of peace has     caused a terrible panic among the holders of     the shares of the Danubian Steam Naviga- tion Company. It is felt that the monopoly   of the Danube by the Austrian Company   must soon be at an end, and consequently the   shares have fallen 30fl. (£3) within two or three days. The Vienna press does not question the right of English and French steamers to navigate the Danube, but it is in- clined to fancy that the Austrian Steam Na- vigation Company, which has invested capi-   tal to the amount of 30,000,000 fl. on the   strength of its " exclusive patent," can claim some kind of indemnification from the Austrian Government.  

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

THE ARMY IN THE CRIMEA.     The London Gazette of Friday night, May   8, in a supplement issued on Saturday, pub-   lishes an official despatch received by Lord   Panmure from General Sir W. J. Codring- ton, dated Sebastopol, April 19. This des-   patch narrates the visit of General Luders to the camp of the allies, and the review of the   armies subsequently.  

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

RUSSIA.     We learn from Königsberg, under date of     the 3rd May, that a reduction of the Russian     fleet is effected. Three divisions will be   stationed in the Baltic. The Pontus fleet   will retain the denomination of the fleet of the Black Sea (Tschernomorique). Letters from Berlin announce that the Russians have commenced the evacuation of the fortresses of Remi and of Ismail. The   journals of St. Petersburg publish a circular addressed to the heads of governments and to the marshals of the nobility, recommend- ing them to seek out new branches of indus-   try, at the same time that they maintain the   serfs in their obedience to the nobles.  

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RUSSIAN POSSESSIONS IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

THE RUSSIAN POSSESSIONS IN AMERICA. It is said to be the intention of the Im- perial Government to give a greater develop- ment to its maritine establishments in America and China.

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

ARRIVAL OF BARON BRUNNOW.     Baron de Brunnow arrived at Dover, from Calais, on May 2nd, at nine o'clock, and left for town by the twelve o'clock train. The object of this journey is to present Her Majesty letters of notification of the accession of the Emperor Alexander to the throne of Russia.

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSE OF COMMONS. May 5. THE CENTRAL AMERICAN QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

HOUSE OF COMMONS. May 5. THE CENTRAL AMERICAN QUESTIONS. Sir H. B. Lytton asked whether any reply   had been received from the United States to the proposal of the English Government to submit the difference with regard to Central American affairs to arbitration, and, if not, whether it would be for the interests of the   country that he should bring forward his motion on the subject next Friday. Lord Palmerston said the reply had not been received, and he thought it would be for the national interest, if the House re- frained from discussing thc matter, while the question was pending. Sir H B Lytton accordingly withdrew the motion, on the subject of which he had given notice for Friday next.

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

MESSRS. GORDON & GOTCH street, opposite the Western are Advertising Agents for this paper. FRANCIS KELLY, N, Little Collins-     street, west, is Agent for Advertsing, and Delivery of this journal in Melbourne. MESSRS. FRANKS & Co., News Agents, Market Square, Geelong, are Advertising and Delivery Agents for this journal. R. J. M. GARRATT is an Advertising   Agent for this Journal in Geelong. JOHN DREW is Agent for this journal, Creswick. SMITH of the agent for this journal at   E. DATE are Agents for this journal, at Linton and the adjoining "The Star" GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE MAIN ROAD, BALLARAT. NTING in all its branches executed with   and fidelity, and in the neatest manner       most economical terms. BOOK WORK, PAMPHLET'S     CIRCULARS, CARDS,   HEADINGS, AND HAND BILLS.   Executed in a superior style. &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

BALLARAT TEMPERANCE HOTEL   Red Hill, Main Road, Ballarat, JAMES DODDS, proprietor of the above establishment, in taking the present opportunity of thank- ing his friends and the public for their liberal support during the past three years, wish to inform them that he has completed his new premises on the site of the Old Temperance Boarding House and Reading Boom. His new Dinîng Room, Is the largest on Ballarat, and the     Table   Is supplied on that liberal scale which needs no comment.   His Sitting Room Is as usual well supplied with American, European, and Colonial Newspapers. Travellers visiting Ballarat will find the Sleeping Apartments of this establishment second to none on these diggings. J. D. conducts his business on strictly temperance principles. WASTE PAPER for Sale, in large or small quantities, at F. W. Heinecke and Co.'s, Wholesale and Re- tail Tobacconists, facing the Bridge, Gravel Pits, and 65 Swan...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 16 July 1856

HOSPITAL.-Last evening a general meeting of the subscribers to the Ballarat Hospital was held in the Council Chambers, Sturt-street. M. El- liot, Esq., occupied the chair. After some routine business, the election of four Honorary Medical Officers was proceeded with. The attendance of subscribers was remarkably good, as much inte- rest has been taken in the result of the election for the last few days. Messrs Douglas, Oddie and Robinson, president and vice-presidents of the institution, were appointed scrutineers. The can- didates were ten in number; and, after a lengthened scrutiny, were placed as follows: Doyle, 129 ; Hobson, 90 ; Stewart, 76 ; Ken- worthy, 53 ; Heise, 49 ; Clendinning, 48 ; Campbell, 48; Bunce, 39; Allison, 4; and Wills, 2. MONTEZUMA. THEATRE.-On Tuesday evening Miss Goddard made her appearance in the cha- racter of Romeo, assisted by Miss Villiers as Juliet and Mr Caple as Mercutio. We regret   that, for want of space, so fine an occasion for favora...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Port's Corner. SELECT. LABOR IS PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 July 1856

SELECT. lABOa IS PRATES. LABORABS est orare : We, black-handed sots of tod. From the coal-mine and the anvil, And the delving of the soil From the loom, tue wharf, the warehouse, And thc ever-whirling null ?Ont of grün and hungry silence Lift a weak voice, small and still : " Laborare est orare -" Man, dost hear us t-God, He wiH ! We who strive to keep from starving ! Wan-faced wives, not always mild, Tiring not to curse neaven's'givings When it scads another child ; We who, worn-out, doze on Sundays O'er the Book we vainly read, Cannot understand the parson In those words he calls the creed : " Laborare est orare 4" Then-good sooth! wc.pmy in'lecd. Wc, poor women, feeble-hearted, Large in love, in wisdom small, Who the world's incessant battle Cannot comprehend at all ; All the mysteries of the churches, All the conflicts of thc state ; When child-smiles teach-" God is loving," Or child-eoilins-" God is great :" " laborare est orare ;" Wc, too, at His footstool wait. Laborare cst o...

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Tuesday, 15th July. IN BE ALLOO AND ATTOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 July 1856

I . - . TuètàauL \&ih Julu. I I '' " * _ '"ISTBÍB ixxoo_ÄKD Áíxxobc' j A umu meeting, '¿'ae official assignee read < tue foUowing report. ? - ! : The official assignee has been unable as yet to realise anything in this.estate: The property of which insolvents were possessed was kiiul~hy the sheriff under a writ of execution while they were absent in Melbourne for the purpose of sequestra ting their estate.. This mil account for their having inserted the property in their schedule as an asset. The official assignee has received varions reports from different parties, stating that the insolvents were possessed of some property, which they had concealed. He has taken considerable pains to üvestigate this, but without success, and is the more inclined to doubt the truth of these statements from the fact that the parties making them are not prepared to substantiate them on oath. At present the official assignee cannot see the slightest prospect of realising anything in...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGITATION AMONG THE CIRCASSIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 July 1856

1 ^Wm^hbri^e ^äii^^cmää^e^' lowing :-" Ctonstantñloplé,' 'April 21.-When the Circassians learnt that-wi& the conclusion of peace nothing hadhem stipulated for them,: that their oonditton^was .rmchangeá, they became mnch agitated, end fear JW five thousand of-tiieir number collected at Anapa. A general assembly was .held, composed Of 300 or 400 notables, taken from amongst "the seniors of äie highest families. This body decided to address represen- ? tarions to Turkey and|to the 'fVest^,Powers, j An address was drawn up in Arabic to bêlent to ; the Saltan, the Emperor Napoleon, and-the Queen of England.' .It was entrusted to» depu tation, who took a passage, Upon a steamer which had-been prerionsly ,«ent to" Anana upon the Preach' service. In tins address it is '- shown finit from the beginning of the war np to this time, not a single Eusasian has entered the Circassian territory; that the Circassians throughout have acted as the police of the country ; that affairs have not ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 19 July 1856

I NEW ZEALAND. ! Another earthquake has boen experienced iii New Zealand, hut although the shocks appear tc have been violent, the papers do no not record ] any damage as having arisen from them. The i Southern Cross of the 17th describes it thus.- I "On thc morning of thc 3rd Juñe, about half- ; past one o'clock, a smart shock of an earthquake was experienced at Poverty Bay and the adjacent country. At that hour, at a place called Ware o Nanga, thirty miles from Poverty Bay, it was felt by thc party shipwrecked at Hawke's Bay, on their way up. They were awoke by a terrific shaking off the put in which they slept, the vibra tions being from cast to west. It seemed as if the beds on which they lay had been shaken violently by some one. On Captain Burgess waking the bed vibrated under lum, and his shoes which hung over his head, kept dangling to and fro. The shock is supposed to have lasted about two minutes. It was felt simultaneously at the house of a Mr Goldsmith, Poverty Bay, wher...

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