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THE STAR. THURSDAY, 18th SEPTEMBERR, 1856. THE RAILWAY ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 18 September 1856
THE STAR. THURSDAY, 18 SEPTÈMBER, 1856. THE RAILWAY ROUTE THE line of the proposed railway between Geelong and Ballarat has, to a certain extent, been decided on by the government. "Between Geelong" and Meredith, we learn that the route is definitely fixed on, and that there is &nbsp; every probability of tenders being im mediately called, for the execution of that portion of the work. The country between Meredith and Ballarat is of a more impracticable nature, in an engineering point of view, and the government has very wisely, we think, deferred their final decision of the course which shall be taken between those points. The line proposed by the Surveyor ¡ -General takes a direction north by west from the Burnt Bridge to the eastern base of Mount Buninyong, it then reaches the township here by an awk &nbsp; ward curve, which leads it close to the foot of Mount Warrenheip. Why this detour is made it is difficult to say. It leads through a district without &...
SITE FOR THE GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 18 September 1856
SITE FOR THE GAOL. Yesterday evening, a meeting was held at the Council Chambers to determine on the site for the erection of the Ballarat gaol and court house. J. Oddie, Esq., J.P., occupied the Chair. The meeting was very well and res- pectably attended. Mr Ocock moved the first resolution, and expressed himself in favor of the site opposite the Clarendon Hotel, for the erection of a court house and gaol. The resolution was - That this meeting considers the site origi- nally selected by the government, viz., opposite the Clarendon Hotel, to be the most desirable, for these buildings, and would respectfully urge their erection with all possible despatch." Mr Bath supported the resolution, and said that the proposed site was near a stone quarry where the prisoners might be bene- ficially employed. Mr Walsh supported the resolution and said the only two sites now available were, first, that opposite the Clarendon Hotel, and secondly that on the Soldier's Hill. Mr Walsh then proceeded...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 18 September 1856
LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS lying at the BALLARAT POST OFFICE, THURSDAY, 18TH SEPTEMBEK, 1856. A Aberdeen, E Anderson, Robt Adam, John Anderson, Thomas Adams, E Anderson, Joseph Allen, James - Anssel, Abraham Allen, David - Anssel, Albat Allen, Hy & James - Armstrong, Wm. Allen, Mrs H - Armstrong, D Allen, David - Archy (Chinaman) Algie, Wallace - Ardener, Rich. Anderson, Mr for G Muir - Ashbee, Mr Aubert, F &nbsp; &nbsp; B Badger, Richd Berriman, Andrew Berry, lames Ban tock, Donald BalL Geo Bailallie, Thomas, 3 Barney, A J ? Barneya, A D Bartsch, IX Barbour, Mrs "Wm Barnes, WR Bardsley, Joseph Barry, lohn Barnley, Jackson Barr, J W Barker, Peter Barlow, W Batty, Ben Bates, lohn Bates, Geo Battby, Richd, 2 Baurchier, lames Baxter, Mrs E Baxter, Hy Bayley, lohn Beatty, Richd Beattie, Wm Beck, Matthew Beeck, H, Toumble Beeth, lohn, Painter Bell, lames Bell, Hy Bell, Wm R Bailey, C, 6 Bennett, M Bennett, lohn G Bennett, A Bennett, Mr, for Cufity Cable, Mr, 4 Cadd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 18 September 1856
VICTORIAN GOLDFIELDS. I now give voa an account of the Tarran gower gold-field. Maldon, the village of Tar rangower, is twelve miles to the west of Castle maine, the road passing through Muckleford, where there is a good deal of land under tillage. The «lluvial diggings have been very rich, and they still yield a fair quantity of gold dust to the Chinese, who work the old. ground steadily ; indeed, it may be said, that these lands are wholly in their own hands. I saw but a very few Europeans working on any portion of them. The quartz veins are numerous. Several dif ferent veins have been'extensively worked, and there are seven or eight places on their course yielding a handsome return. Where they are worked, the reefs are angularly rich and even in their character. For the reasons I gave in my first letter I am unable to state what the quartz would yield generally, but I think I may say very safely, that ute average yield of what is taken to the mills, is not less than ten ozs. to t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 18 September 1856
sss Melbourne, ' &lt;rè *?' Aosierfisbig, livery Agents for this jteirwlft Ck)Qingwood, isaaAdTCrtísHig Ag^ thisjourn&L , r;i j. ,£-.3i--,isl-|vî?:-\r.v.:: IxL M^tet^qu^ef w'idvemsûig Agents, tod Sale and Delivery A gente f qr tMs journal. MB,. J. M. G-À3B.BA.TT is an Advertis ing Agent for ,J¡Qüs Journal in Geelong. - ~-: . ;*> JOHN DBEW is Agent for iábis journal at Creswick. .L . . . ;- ' '.WV B. ' SMITH, , of. thé NOÔOET _HÓTEi, is . agent foi: ¿ja journal at Buninyong. , :e & E. DATE are ¡ Agents for . this Jonmal, et tinton. and the ad joining gold-fields. :;1 "? ; - V!'_ * "Wyt Sta*" MAIN HOAD, BALLARAT. PETNTDîG in ¿H ite branches ciecated with care and fidelity, and in the neatest marner,,on the most economical terms! -BOOK WOKE, TABUPSTXSÍTS, ; 'J.I .\cntCCLAES, Ç1BBS, BILL HEADINGS, AND HAND BILLS, Executed in a superior style. Tki* Ettabîuhment possesses a great variety of rASGB TT PK, sxùiable for POSTING BILLS, Of th» largest dimensions, whic...
HOMES OF THE ANGELS. (From the Boston Olive Branch.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 September 1856
HOMES OF THE ANGELS. j I (From the Boston Olive Branch./ "j JJ raw your thoughts from this world so full of sorrows, this dark earth, where, throw the glitter of poesy over it as you will, sin curses every object however beautiful ; where misery stalks by with its bleak face and lean limbs ; where sickness breathes in stifled cham bers, and death rides on every breeze ; " gaze from this point of clashing inte rests, jealous rivalries, and destroying hate, to the calm stars that stand in the blue ether, far, fer over the highest range of thought. How pure they look in their unc hanging brightness ! Man is born, sorrows, and drops into the grave, and there they remain placid as: the bosom of a lake when the winds «re locked in their treasuries. Did yon ever look is bitterness >on their, lofty serenity just after, tips that you' JUwed. bad tfbttmed and stiffened 01 death ? Did you «vet cry oat with «gerny that'ti^ lighted their' grh'ttering tunnies, ? while yottr star, the brightest...
BALLARAT GOLD CIRCULAR. 17th September, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 September 1856
BALLARAT GOLD ClÄCULAa. ] 17th September, 1856. We nave no alteration to quote ut the pnce of gold dust, the banks still adhering to the rate of £3 17s., while most of the brokers are giving £3 17s. Sd. for good samples, in quan tity. There has been a good deal offering during the week, and the escort of this day takes down a larger quantity than last week. The Escort of this week took down : From Ballarat to j ozs. dwts. £ s. d. i Melbourne_ 14,048 10 20,702 0 0 Creswick to Melb. 1,945 5 0 0 0 j Ballarat to Geelong 569 0 302 10 0 j Creswick to Geelong 150 15 0 0 0 Total. 16,713 10 21,004 10 0 DEPOSITS. There were on de posit 7th Sept 47,057 5 2,026 0 0 Deposited this wk 4,584 5 0 0 0 Withdrawn do. 5,186 5 80 0 0 Balance 13th Sept. 47,355 5 1,946 0 0 EANKEN & DOUGLAS, Gold Brokers, Lydiard-street, Township.
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 September 1856
^_ PARLIÁ MEKTABY; T j - Tnë Session was drawing to a «lose,; The roinisterial whitebait dinner was lo take -' place on the 19th, sad the hising of Parlia reviewed by -Her Maiesty in Hyde, Park. The brigade was Xbr J.ne present encamped at Aldershott, and with the troops pf ' the Una, which had recently returned front the Crimea, would be inspected there by;4he Queen prior to -their entering London, the day for which had not been appointed* , Sir W. Wilhams, the hero of Kara, is to be the candidate for Caine, Lord SheDratne, the former member haring accepted toe Chitern Handrads preparatory to his beag raised to the peerage. The GeñeraVhad been entertained at a magnificent banquet at his old dab, the Army and Navy. The obituary for the week ending July 6th, " includes the M towmg notabilities,- - The Earl of Cork and Orrery «ho died on the 30th af June. The Countess of St Ger mans, who died at her residence at Dorer, on the 2nd inst And Charles Young, Esq., the well known actor of t...
THE STAR. SATURDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, 1856. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 September 1856
THE STAR. I SATURDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, 1856. j CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. j As 'a means of embodying and en ergetically representing the wants of thc locality, we believe the newly formed Chamber of Commerce will be of great value to the neighborhood, j The Committee of the Chamber are directing their attention to matters of j great importance, and promise to re- | lieve us of some of those disadvantages which attend upon that condition of i things popularly expressed in the saying that "what is everybody's busi- ; ness is nobody's business." Every- I body in any way versed in pubfic affairs knows how difficult it is to get people to move, even for the remedy ing of abuses felt every day to be j intolerable; or for the obtaining re- j forms, or conveniences, or accommoda tions essential to the wellbeing of the J community. Most great movements, | whether for local or general purposes, have their origin in the energy and perseverance of one or two individuals ; who, by dint of continuous ef...
CRESWICK. (From our own Correspondent.) 18th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 September 1856
CRESWICK. (?From our own Correspondent.) 18th September. We have been ttínfeíng of little else than politics all the week. Election meet ings have been held nearly every night. There are now eight candidates soliciting the honor of representing the County of Talbot-Messrs G. it. Stephen, (I mention him first, only because he was first in the field) Longden, M'Donough, C. F. Nicholls, J. F. Armstrong, Hitchcock, Aspinall, and a Hr Abercrombie. The first five gentlemen have visited us, but the three latter have forgotten the the " out station" of Creswick. I beg leave to remind them that we are five hundred strong, and that Mr Aspinall we particularly desire to hear. Mr C. F. Nicholls has already had three meetings in the district Igave a brief report of his first meeting in my last com munication. Mr C. Nicholls met such of the electors of the county as are at present located in Sulky Golly on Monday afternoon last. Mr Stewart, member of the Local Court, pre sided. There were about f...
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 September 1856
"rwnf* jhpsTof other eoÄespondents^miisf^ We would reooinmènd our correspondemos to 8b^hrerîry, for-âo what we^may, we cannot sive insertion w à/tithe of then- cmiiminiîca #s»f X/ " C ' OH Brr-We karn from yesterday's Age ^^^¡a^^^rmxíñ.'ncxm^fgix^ candidate for a gold fields, constituency, having received an appointment m cónnecton with the Snr veyor jGrenerals... department. As the ^« hasTMtgiven the name of the gentleman iii question *we aie, m the meantime left* to con INUTTESTS.-Onthe 17th inst., Dr Clen diwmng held an inquest, at the Turf Inn, Creswick road, on the body of Archibald M'Donald, s . bullock . driver,,: who . was killed ow the préviens day. ? Tt appeared that he was riding home on his empty dray, when it came against a stump, and was up set. The skull of the deceased was fractured, and he was killed on the spot. Verdict-Accidental death. On the same day the coroner held an inquest at the Prince of Wales Hotel, on the body of a Chinaman, named Bang Pang, who fell do...
THE ELECTION FOR THE NORTH WESTERN PROVINCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 September 1856
THE ELECTION EOE THE "NORTH WESTERN PROVINCE. The following is the total number of rotes recorded at Tarradale, Bendigo, Carisbrook, and Kyneton, for the respective candidates : Mr Allan._...... 292 j Urquhart.... 257 j Keogh..-.: 219 I Patterson- 215 j Thompson. 202 Mitehettr. _... 198 v .''Sanson... 159 Maier ............... ..,. 65 J Batatas have yet to be : received from Ehnore, feeswick," Avoca, Crowlands, and Horsham; but it is not probable that the position of the first five names anon the poU wûî be materially altered.-Argus, ; ? _ ?¡¿fe* l^Bt^iäämhasrmjwim thM^of "the iès«tolioaBr;^ thetovjfiär. years, o^«oäfl& saddam'*^ «bnsof ceateíe¿ ^rdo «ot see how;a far-;. xiiBïoaB^otaaiBaî^^aSd^à; ^Tlnaâ'&lt;6amBùjm%. aaa ooBstítateoaeJstat& " I- laink we roust get :«dof «ttierf,:«^':mOBt: of freedom. Tjfr -ha* no parity of vaine m me feee ''State tand mise dave State. In onfe ^ fe ^orned with education, ^wïth'ïânirBt labor, vnth'^arts, wim long ^prospective -...
BALLARAT HORSE BAZAAR. 19th September, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 September 1856
BALLARAT HORSE BAZAAR. 19th September, 1856. j ouuue mj mat, repon oí iae ízw instant an active demand bas been experienced for heavy draught horses, and whim horses, and a much larger amount of business has been transacted during the preceding week. The number of parties daily proceeding to Donnolly has also increased the demand for saddle hacks, and I have disposed of a number this week for that purpose. Prices are very finn, and remain without altération. PRICES CU&KEJ.T : 1st. Class draught horses_£80 to £110 ! 2nd. do. do. 60 " 75 Light harness do. 35 " ¿0 Saddle hacks, according to I quality. 16 " 35 I A. P. BOWES, Proprietor.
SAILED. PORT PHILIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 September 1856
SAILED. TOBT PHILIP HEADS I Launceston. September ll-Jessica, ship, port not known. . September 17-Redan, ship, for Bombay. September 17-Queen, steamer, for Warr nambool. September 18-Christian, brig, for Apollo Bay. September 18-Ocean Monarch, ship, for Bombay. September 18-Highland Lassie, brig, unknown. September 18- Three schooners, un known. September 18-Launceston, barque, for Newcastle. September 18-Scotia, schooner, for New castle. September 18 - Clarence, steamer, for Launceston.
MINERS, LOOK OUT AND RETAIN ALL RIGHTS! (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 September 1856
HESTERS. LOOK OUT AND BETAIN ATT, i j . EIGHTS' j J (To the Editor ofthe JStnr.J j efforts arc constantly being made to invade on the legitimate rights of the diggers, it become« indißpensibly necessary that we should be better organised, so as to oppose any inroads from whatever quarter they may emanate. 1 To commence with the reserve south of the Wesleyan reserve, which has been so strongly j advocated as a rite for gaol and court house. Had there been no other site on the Township adapted for thc purpose, there would have been some excuse for frying to obtain it, " although surrounded with leads, and the possibility of ' a lead running through it, at least the certainty of a rich reef dipping into the whole hill, ex tending nearly ¿-om lead to lead from the White Flat;" when Soldiers Hui, nearer.the Camp, possessing all the advantages that have or can be advanced in favor of the above rite, and which could not interfere with digging operations, because the ground on the fiat has ...
SALE OF CROWN LANDS AT MESSRS. CARVER AND DALTON'S AUCTION ROOMS, LIDIARD-STREET, BALLARAT. On Friday, the 19th September, 1856. TOWN LOTS. Upset Price 81. per acre. BALLAN, County of Grant. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 September 1856
SALK OF CBOTffc-%AHDSji.T MESSES. CAEVEB, AND DALTON^SAFCTION LABA1V: t f y , M On Friday, the 1901 September, moe. "Upsetpriée RI. per ¿¡en.- ? Lot l, zr, altor* or sec z. "J. a.T» Young, «. ;¿1Í-'h "-o. - Lot 2, 2r, aOot^aes^ Do, 7¿ J Lot 3, 2r, allot 6 ofaec 2. Do, 1« the lot Lot 4, 2r, aUot5 of sec 9. Do, IO*. Lot 5, 2r, aUot 6 of sec 9. Do, 9L 1M.} Lot 6, 2r, allot 7 of sec 9. Do, HW.5s. Lot 7, 2r, allot 8 of sec 9. Do, 2U, 10s. i Lot 6, 2r, «Hot » of sec «. Do, 22£ ] Lot 9,2r, allot 10 of «ec 9. Do, 22/, fis. Lot 10, 2r, allot 1 of sec 10. W. C. Smith, ll. I«. Lot ll, 2r, aUot 2 of sec 10. W. Bainy, 20/. Lot 12,2r, allot 3 of sec 10. Do, 2H. CLARENDON,' Comity of Grant " Upset price él. per aere. At the Corduroy Bridge, road from Geelong to Ballarat Lot 13, 2r, allot lof sec 1. W. Bainy, St. Lot 14, 2r, allot 2 of sec 1. Do, IK. Lot 16, 2r, allot 3 of sec 1. J. Kirby, 12*. Lot 16, 2r, allot 4 of sec 1. Do, 181. Lot 17, 2rn aUot 6of see 1. W. Bainy, 2li. Lot 18, 2r, allot 6 of ...
Friday, 19th September. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 September 1856
JWfoy, 19tt September. I ? (B«fbreW. Turner, Eeq., S.M.) | vaauB M'Uiarty was placed at the oar on ftc remanded charge of stealing a coat, the property of Lawford Transon, from the top of a shaft at the White Horse Lead. The particulars of this case have already been fully reported in the Star. The prisoner was committed to take his trial at the ensuing sessions." Dennis MfJlarty was then jplaced in the dock . on another remanded charge of assaulting Ed ward Bradshaw, the proprietor of the Magpie Hotel, Magpie Gully. The following additional evidence was now produced. James Green stated that on the night of the 15th he was out with Mr Bradshaw, near Mag pie gully, looking for a horse. Witness walk« ! alon? one narf nf the ranee&and tile prosecutor | fianfte ¿M» JL.ÇP*» ^botter, and £2~in money. ' '- . ?- ? Th« «see bad tooan remanded àom'tièj m¿.mal the l^tb^ mr Jfce^todjMtim Ä\ The mwjeentwv "^gP.:nád .«feady.^ieea«t tnááeáf iiáw tííti&M the Î mitón ofíbíáter which ...
LOCAL COURT. Thursday, 18th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 20 September 1856
LOCAL COURT &nbsp; Thursday, 18th September. ' &nbsp; Present:- the Chairman; and Messrs &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Yates, Gillies, Baker, Ahrens, and Cole man. . ... Bergier v. Hornie.-Refusal to fulfil. Mr Ogier for plaintiff. The parties were frenchmen, and Mr BobQlard acted as interpreter. Plaintiff sworn stated that defendant had been working on half share, but after a while he refused to continue, unless'palo wages. Plain tiff was willing to give defen dant a full share, provided defendant'to demnified him for expenses incurred and refunded the overplus cf gold handed by mistake to defendant at the first division of gold. Defendant replied that he had been en gaged on wages and half-share, by on&lt; Daniel, in the first instant* ana afterward by plaintiff, but he had not received 'an] payment of wages. He bad been paja^ílí and subsequently £12 18 division of gold. It appeared that plaintiff Snkd original*: employed a German; at 30s. a ...