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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 September 1856

MINING         NOT more interesting in its importance to the miner is a rich gutter, with a liberal depth and width of wash dirt, than is the existence of a Local Court, tightly constituted, with functions ably and honestly discharged. That thc facili ties for the adjustment of disputes, and the framing of regulations for the better manage ment of mining operations, -which hare accom panied the establishment of our Local Court,   arc esteemed as a great boon by all engaged or   interested in mining, no one, we presume, will bo disposed to doubt for a moment. But lt could uot be expected that we should " whip all creation " and arrive by one bound at per fection in local legislation and self-government. There are spots in the sun, and it may be that our mining- jurisprudence is even yet susceptible of considerable improvement. There is a great deal of talk just now of the desirableness of separating thc jud...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 September 1856

DIED. On the 31st ultimo, Annie Sophia Jane, infant daughter of Daniel Kerr, Eureka Hill, Ballarat, aged four mouths. On the 26th August, 1856, at his residence Sydney Place, Geelong, aged fifty-five years, John Holt, late of Bury, Lancashire, England.

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 September 1856

GORDON & GOTCH, Collins- stree«, Tçpadte Öus Western Market, Melbourne, «re Advertising, Sale, and De ivery Agents fro this ^urnal. E. J. T. HENDY, e^ Snn^^sbreet, CcnUngwood, is s» Adverbiàng Agent fin tais journal. MESSES. FRANKS & Co., News Agents, Maketet Square, are Advertising Agents, and Sale and Delivery Agents for tins journal. MR. J. M. GARRATT is aa Advertís sing Agent for this Journal in Geelong. _ ?_ B. JOHN DREW is Agent for tins journal at Creswick._ M Tl M"B V7. B. SMITH, of the NUGGET JjJ_ HOTEL, is agent for this journal at Buninyong. ._ ' _^ F& E. DATE are Agents for . this Journal, et Linton and the ad joining gold-fields. "Hfyt Star" MAIN ROAD, BALLARAT. PRINTING in all its branches executed with care and fidelity, and in the neatest manner, on the most economical terms. BOOK WOBE, PAZSPSUSTS, crncexABs, CABOS, BILL HEADINGS, AND HAND BILLS, Executed in a superior style. This Establishment possesses a great variety of LABOE TYPE, suitable...

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COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS FOR BUNINYONG AND BALLARAT. Tuesday, 2nd September. (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Chairman, Mr Warden Sherard, J. P., and juries of twelve.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 September 1856

COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS FOR j BUNINYONG AND BALLARAT. j Tuesday, 2nd September. (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Chairman, Mr Warden Sherard, J. P., and juries of twelve.) James Wilson pleaded not guilty to an in dictment charging him with larceny on the 3rd July. Richard Howard deposed that be was a miner living at Smythe's Creek. He recollected the 3rd of July. On returning to his tent on that evening he missed a rug, a blue shirt, a pair of trousers, blankets, etc. The prisoner had left 1   1 the tent on the Sw óEJnlf. Itó Saenan^a^Bte/ árdeles now pnidnced as die prop*itj of pro secutor. " Thomas Smith, a police constable, proved that he arrested the prisoner on the 7th of Jjaly and found the pair of trousers helongrâg to the prosecutor on hun. ". - r -.: . : -Î The prisoner had nothing to say in his defence. . . The jury found him guilty of petty larceny with a strong recommendation to mercy. . :. .., - j He was sentenced to one month's imprison- - ment with bard labo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 September 1856

I CONTRACTS ACCEPTED. - Contracts have j been accepted for the building of offices for | ' Resident Warden, at Avoca, E. Noble, i £306 9s. 3d.; for Gold Office and Sub- | I Treasury at Ballarat, George Moody, £750; 1 ! for repairs and additions to Police Buildings at j Ballarat, Hector Thorburn, £250.-Gorero I ment Gazette. Mu. STAUK'S IAGO.- AS this is a per formance which we class with the best we have ever seen on any stage, we decline to approach it hastily and at an unseasonable hour. DISTRICT ROAD BOARD.-The provisional committee, appointed to procure the pro clamation of this district as a " Road Dis trict" for the purpose of forming, reparing, and maintaining the roads in the vicinity of Ballarat, held a public meeting at Bath's Hotel, on Monday, when a memorial was adopted, to his Excellency the Acting Governor to have it proclaimed accordingly. Full particulars will be duly published, when the boundaries of the district are defined and sanctioned by government. INQUESTS.-T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 September 1856

£30 Reward, if Strayed, or £40 on   Conviction of Thief. LOST, Stolen, or Strayed, from near the Bald Hills, on the night of the 9th instant, a Chesnut Horse, branded A L G off neck, small sore on top of head, blaze down face. i Any person returning the said horse to John Victor, Esq., J.P., Ballarat, will be rewarded as above. £5 Reward. STOLEN or Strayed from Frenchman's Gully, 6th August, 1856-A bay horse, branded SC near shoulder, scar ou near hind leg, scar on off side, switch tail, and star on forehead. Information to Mr. Gray, Blacksmith, Main-road, Ballarat. Five Pounds Reward. LOST, on the 2Sth inst., between Lister & Angel's, Main-road, and Madman's Flat, a Clasped Porte-monnaie, containing three £10 and two £1 notes, two sovereigns, a gold watch-key in two parts, and two tickets in Bridge's Lottery, Nos. 995 and 996. Whoever will bring the samé to this Office, shall receive the above reward. i An Engine Wanted. WANTED immediately, an Engine of about t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE CIVILITY. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 September 1856

POLICE CraLITY. /To the Editor of the Star.) J Sut,-Bygmng mefouotvingapiace m yo ar paper you. viii,'.Si tay opinión/ be doing the public ' justice, ¿id* tins esposé Itke'3 abased authority of a camp official. Ï appeared yesterday at the Police Court to answer a charge «f frmoas ¿"rivmg.oathe Main road, and of course was mulcted m the penalty of ten pounds.' However, be the case as it may, I believe'the magistrate acted according-to the , view.he took of the evidence adduced, and I ' ^;TOcrefore do not in any way objert-tó his deci sion. ' But from the view 1 took of thc case, I did not expect to he fined, and the hank' not being open at me hour I had to attend court, I -didnot trouble myself togo fortified withiapnej. táub-ínspector Taylor being'court, 1 politely said to lum-The bank not being open when 1 j came here, I have not the ten pounds about me.. j Will you be good enough to .order one of your i men tai go there with me :that :I may get it. I He replied in a most arrogan);...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THOUGHTS ON EDUCATION.—No. 3. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 September 1856

j i v¡-(T<a ike Editor of Hut Star.) - , ISiB-ït_ bas been well eaid-' on imitator1 can never rise above 'his model.'' He, therefore, wi» aspires to trae exeeiience, either in science, j art, Orprofessioa, must look beyond all models; j and place himself mndnury.sshuúsiúnfothe ! creative spirit vrithia. . -«??-?- «,. I me ocean of tr^hP^ i before him. . I would, 1 (-&y-nndiscoras-r fo our present eds. uns* committed sm, u^hsvel^sub of'fhe ;^ge. -g-itojruley jetted ^ them ^ ^evferymmghwstnpw and wjtn,tbe1tfe<l^ sntoihsJK,. ?SofeaWmhuttës are Éuowe^^ for fyà&tS$ your .haafla-^ a : r :lianns¿-¿áÍown ta room^-fifteen. - mmmtó to the laine; and ttféhry toiarè^nd .? tJrder.^fjui means let ns hare in^pur -schóóhf:' ñ3&Wn&;vn&faflfa bmdihg for th&boojc. llEtàaodtnay be^carried to excess. ; . Are you an edacatori If », then to your t^iscntrnsn^^^^^f^e'njo^ choice' 'pTtonts'¡n-thfr^ lío matter -whosI"paysíJon'^'-lhe money '...

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SUPREME COURT. Monday, 1st September, 1856. MICHAELMAS TERM. (Before the Full Court.) IN [?]E COGDON AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 September 1856

íSÜPHEME COTJET. ¡ Monday, \st September, 18Ó6. Til ICHAELMAS TERM. I (Before the Full Court.) i ES ilE COGOON À3SD OTBT.HS. . Mr, SitweU. mored for rule for.. prohibition against Mr Cogdonu J.P" and others. The I learned counsel stated that his clients, William I Gibson, and John Thomas Morris, were pos 1 sessedoftwo shares in claim No. 47 of French man's Lead, it appeared that two other per Í sons, Thomas. Malcolm and Duncan Tait entered into occupation of this claim, and tm Gibson and Morris attempting to resume pos session of their share, Malcolm and Tait brought the-case before Mr Cogdon, who empannelled a jury , ot four persons holding the miner's ¡ right,; and" gave1 a decision against the ; first holders of - the share of the claim. .They profess to act under the tenth clause of the Gold-fields Act The learned counsel said thefirst ground on which he moved was, that the return did not show jurisdictioa ; secondly, J that there was no finding that Malcolm and ïaît ever bad a ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE INSOLVENT COURT Wednesday, 3rd September. (Before Frederick Wilkinson, Esq., Chief Commissioner.) IN THE ESTATE OF DAVID WEIG[?]T. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 September 1856

: (Beféré "T^^^yiMà u Chief in, Commissioner.)^ . ? - . . ^Ití *HB SâBTÂTB OF DA.VrD -WklÖfeET. ^JM«_: was pa adjourned -sleeting» On a .previous pccasipn. ?&; person ? «tarnten Ansell'1 had ne«n committed by his Honor for gross preVarication, b¿f Ansell subsequently pro cured his «lease By: an ' :áppeal 't¿ the .Supreme Court, «pace which' period ¿Mr Muttlebnry, who was engaged ip. the case' Od behalf of the official, assignee, stated that all! aitempts to discover his where abouts had proved futile. ^,;! ?' M A person: hanied:Goldsncker, who'»had been clerk to the insolvent»: was examined ? by Mt' Muttlebury, and, stated:-|;ijmw Mr Ansell, and remember when ' Mr Weigert w«»:' 4a'gaol that Mr\ Ansell got goods from both «ores, of the ii insolvent. Ansell presented me an order from the > insolvent. I think Jo , tbV amount of about £1000i AnseU brought me à bul of, eahv'butl objected upon -that to give up the goods,/and he isubseqnenÜy. brought me " a special order for the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SAILED. PORT PHILLIP HEADS [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 September 1856

SAILED. PORT J»HKÍ,ÍP HBATJ8 September 4-Mayflower, schooner) for Launceston. September 4-Napoleon, echo oner, for Calcutta. ? . September 4- Dispatch, schooner, for -Sydney. Septrmqèr 4-Ballarat, ship, for Guam. September 4-Black Swan, steamer; for Launceston. . i ..":'* Hi.-p'è:iibfer ;4- Urania, schooner, for Cir cular líl-!l3. ' ' "1 'S'-iiteaihiT 4-Princeóf Wales, schooner, -for Circular kLad. ' September 4 - London, steamer, for 'Sydney. ' "Si ptembcr 4-Havilah, steamer, for Ade laide.

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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 — 6 September 1856

* ßt|rtcmber 2--John BuUi-sohçpiter, from «i wcasñe, 2 Ut ult. , i September 3-Plufnstead, brig, for Singa^ por?. . - --- ; September S- Maid of the Tarra (s),*for Launceston . September iSv^-Vixen, schooner, for Laun ceston. - - September ¡3 - Stormbird fe)» for Port Albert. September 3-Queen (s), for Warrnam bool. ' ' '"^ ?_ September 3-James, schooner, from Ade laide, 31st air.. September 3-Scoria, schooner, from Ade laide, 30th Tilt * ~v"

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATIONAL EDUCATION. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 September 1856

NATIONAL EDUCATION. " /Tojthe^EdiWpfiàe'Star.) íSír,^TbeJtev.T.*Tarior?s lector shows you -the\ correctness of my . remarks on, his ' want of teaâtîabaess-; really I think he kai strangely mischosen his profession, his adroitness at special . pleading proves him better fitted for the bar than the pulpit.. It also alfords aa exponent of the piryrol position «f his poor schoolmasters,-the tone of withering-contempt to the man of infe rior status ., in society hong so risible through the composirion of this humble follower and . teacher of religion. His Bensrenoe heing too idle to look atthe rule to which I referred him op the snbject of .cathebcal instruction^ submits the first charge as ñmst unfounded. ' I consider it folly proved. He.takes three of ©ar^rules,-and' jumps over the first section, Ño-.' Ij Vic.1,; "Uristhe earnest "wish of thc Goveramrat arni of the commis sioners that the clergy and laity of the different religious denominations should co-operate with one" another in '...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE COURT. Thursday 4th September. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M.,) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 September 1856

POLICE COURT. Thursday 4th September. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M., ) Sweeny v Cooper for an assault. _ Re- manded until Friday.   Richard Sellars charged wifh furious riding, in the public thoroughfares, was fined £10. Edward Fife charged with assaulting Martha Steinfeld and violently beating her, was bound over to keep the peace.             Catherine Creighton was committed to gaol for three months as an idle vagrant. Chas. Hoyle and Chas. Anderson, brought up charged as lunatics, were, the first remanded until Monday, and the other discharged. Friday, 5th September. (Before Wm, Turner, Esq., S.M., and James Oddie, Esq., J.P.)   Mark Sellars, for being drunk and disorderly was fined 20s. Mary Ann Began, a middle-aged and some what dilapidated woman, was brought up charged with being a vagrant, and found wear- ing man's apparel; and as she could not give a satisfactory account ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Open Column. "For the opinions of Correspondents expressed 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 sentiments differ from our ow[?]." LOCAL COURT SELF-SACRIFICE[?] (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 September 1856

-n~-u-.' i,'...-~-r " For the opinions of Correspondents expressed > here we are not sespnnsole; -w-Ë{ñve;e%el7 -fpbase of intcHigentiy expressed opinion a ' place in this colaiwv refacing no useful let " ter merely because its sentiments differ from our owrcw -.'?*.? ?? ? ^t-'. .:. .-<».*-*:.,.. ? . - ,:? . - I LOCAL COÜET SELF - SACRIFICE Î fTotJ¡e£ditercfth* SÍ¿rJ''" ^ , Suy-T-J beg to recant. l ara not a profound believer in ail bat universal humbug. ; Perad venture, there are ten (WTMWS one) goori men to ' be fpund in .this ne wes*,, part of the earth: '.As ' General Damas, betrayed into drivelling hy the touching goodness of a. single and simple girl, was moved to avow .that women fojfc werejootso bad after all ; so.Fitztacitus, taking intocohsi- ' deration thc general conduct or the members of ' the Ballarat Local Court, inclines to>a'sirnflarly ' favorable opinion of the meale sei! potíbtíess there'is goodness amongst men-ap. we could see it ; much the same ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 September 1856

Brig "Ida" from San.ïxanciseo. FOUND, near the Terrible Lead, in a leather case, a document of citizenship, and a Bank draft, which the owner can have by paying expenses. Apply to 3os* miller, Ter ' rible lead, through Mr Umpleby" Clarendon Botel, Township, Ballarat. September 1st, 1856, . £5 Beward. STOLEN or Strayed -from Frenchman's Gully, 6th August* 185G-A bay horse, branded SC.near shoulder, -star on near hind leg, scar on off side, switch tail, -and star on forehead. Information to Mr. Gray, Blacksmith, Main-road, Ballarat, . : ...._ im fiißoÜMxat. iiro _ T4ir^íliuaTt?r ate« AîLrtmBata. Térin»yeryHber¿L Agricultural tatas.' dairy ferma, «nd marfcet gardens, weïï waterpd by penna nent creeks ¿and springt^ uMhe T^X sent» of Ian the ç^&iiiïàf 162«, AperrxianenkcreÄ of wat« rans through this laniL lightly tim bered^ hu alai^ frontage toa GoTBxnment^ Portion 169, jsarish of Lexton, containing «8a. Sr. Apermanentwdt ronsthrough the centre of fha hat pplmflM^hoT"*1" .BOÍL .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 September 1856

NOTICE TO COREESP02ÎDEXTS. 'Several communications arc ll eld over, as the ?writers "have not given their real names/ in ad dition to-assumed ones. On this point we w31 -admit of no exception-non-compliance will preclude insertion. The wriu-r of a communication in this paper of Thursday 1 Jt, signed " One who Would assist the needy," will oblige a cor- | respondent by leaving his address at this ] office. i

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR PAST AND PRESENT. (From the [?]) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 September 1856

firfSfc-1 JUCJW.oi «htnfeWWU :rakxrrs*-i: -*rs-»ws=i« JtBQtrx a weet orv so*arterthe arrival of Connor, i^Tèna^ipâ comparions, there caine, from thJe surfacing at Bun inyong or-HIscock's, several more par-, ties to jpm the fMdW Point prospec tors in their lucky fortune. Amongst these fresh parties were several per sons whose names are familiar to ¿very BaJlaratorüm--Messrs James Oddie, Bath, and Herring, with their eeveral mates, arrived on the Point, at the end of August, when there were only six tents upon the groand. The Point tuen came ont a long way farther into the flat than now, with a narrow jutting Headland, since carried bodily away by successive work ings ; the site being now occupied by Eaddling machines and steam engine mises for quartz crushing: This said promontory's edge, where it meed the creek, was the place most affected by the diggers at first. As we have al ready seen, they were very novices in the art and mystery of gold seeking in those days {.fand we are not ...

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THE STAR. SATURDAY, 6th SEPTEMBER, 1856. GOLD-FIELDS' REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 September 1856

THE STAR. SATÜEDá.Tv«th SEPTEMBER, 1856. <50LD-FIEËDS' EEPRESENTA -TIVE5. AT the first elëeliba of members ^for the gold-fields in November last, there ?was one notable fact "in connection with the character or standing of the successful candidates-all with one ex ception, were local men--so called. Ali were untried as legislators,,and One or two had only the recommenda tion of being residents iu the districts which they were to represent in sthe national councils. However weak may be such a claim for such a trust, at "that time it was felt to be all powerful. The gold-fields population, end the miners more especially had so -long and so grievously suffered from the evils of uon-representation as to render thc return of mea who had experienced those evils an act appro priate to tlie occasion. Abler repre- ¡ sentatives than many of them might j have been had, but the one great feeling of the miners was that their -triumph would be incomplete unless they were first represen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 6 September 1856

T^. í p. fe¿í nesfvtxl Sustrae-* -X*í\ *;tSóus to sell by*ucfion, ÍWB day, September 6th, 1656, «t twelve o'clock, r^^^nr^^^sldajJSsddles, Single and mío, three Seto? bf Scotch Cart Harness. " i' -i i t¿¡ ? ; ir "i v *' tí Nd>IReser*e ii**-. i ~V ???t,""d_? f ? tr ; - i. 'I-fii-S ,SA.!r. To 33akera, Storekeepera, sad Others. ? T> KEA2Í wÓlscU bynoction, at his it sto^Mainrw>sd, this day, at ¿wo tjfclock,- without reserve .Mbags Ya^~TÄeman*s Land flour; -tr, .,.,<??.., itBt^good condition, ' "?' .'-*.'«. J"'Termsbosh. .'.*».<* - MONDAY AND TFESBAY, . v 8th and 9thSeptember, . :: large aadTFxrreserved Sale. r\ By order of the Trustées an the lästaieof ! 7; Messrs Osche, Cohen, and Hyams.n /; A'. LAZABTJS & CO. will sell by anc JuL« bon, at the Golden-Point Store, Main-road, on Monday and Tuesday, 8th - «nd 9th September, a» II o'clock, '. ¡ : *J . The valuable business premises, and the isdell assorted stock pf groceries,.,ironmon ,Çf*li'çtothii^...

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