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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

To doge^nirr^in«atel il. Tvtesâay, tts 23rd ira^ MoleskinatrowBeri - -.'-is'-^' Hegetta shirrs ~ Scotch twill do 72 grey calicos - ' -36ito vJdo" ?" &c, A¿., ftc Soots aiidSbites! 200 cases assotted-sriiritB. THIS jyxY- / A* the Cattle Yards, at 2 o'rjr^ sharp, ' *. To Butchers. ' WWATERHOUSE will offer, tor ll. . H. Baird, Esq^, a small well se lected mob of prime iit cattle, and a few caires. - No reserve. THURSDAY, 25th AUGUST. At the George Hotel Tards, Working Bullocks. WÂTERHOHSE wui oner by auc . rion, ou Thursday, 25th instant, at 12 o'clock, Six Working Bollocks,' with Dray, Bows, Yokes, and Chams complete. |^ W, W. would beg to remark, that the above-are iii good condition, and perfectly Draught Horses; WWATERHOUSE begs to inform . the buyers of good heavy staunch draught horses, that he has for private sale Four V. D. I. Horses, which are now for inspection at the George Hotel Yards. Any Trial. THIS DAY. At Twelve o'clock. 100,000 Feet Sawn Timber. J& T. O...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LINDLAY MURRAY v. MR. LALOR. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

may tnmk Peter Lalor, 3äsq-, ss fit to represent ,!| North Grenvflle. as yo^ Hum «caji Ttofc^^'frmpfrW^ CfcanM So far as J «rn concerned] Tgive yon. *. perfect. welconve m h^ m^ give it the more heartily, Jh consi^^ ac- J cording to supposition,^liiiñ^'atleast on' one inject, somewhat incomnon. .- , Bot, Mr Eääor, rfl^îs rightj and wrong is wrong, whef^ d^^r:te,]&«nd or foe, the wide world over. What is TOgramaKealin Mr Hmnfirsy ^floes hot become fframmsticalSn Mr lalor; «ad what^-to useyom* own epithets-is «bargeman" ^ "cabman** in a sentence com posed by the one, cannot; by any process of rea soning,be admired as pitfe ^Ciceronian" in a sentence composed bytn§«lheri*:!:* \ Doubtless, by the thne yon haye .read thus far, yôu^^lmve«errectly«aessed the -object at wbich Í am anning.' If I must express it in ? words, itis just this:-ta you-have seen fit- : both in yonr editorial ¿nd "open" columns-to ' deal, I do not say unjustly, hut severely,, with Mr" Humfixay's trespasses ....

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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 own." BAKERY HILL ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

< For Uve opinions of Correspondente «xprjà^^ here we *re;n0^res^^ ovary . phase of. aüeuige^ af piaeeiajapVjeoliu^ ter merely because ha^eaSmefatiUSiB &am< . -tenr^jEBU*' . - rv-,:.-.:.>.<» .¿i¿fe,5F.-.r^. . ??. -J*'-1 .',*?? - ..'..(rq *v -,*(. fii> BAiCERY-HHiL SOAD. J . Toe Suitor of the Star wul oblige tie resi dents of ftdtomt interested in-thc formation of . Ibo. abofé road by the inseräönof the.&Uow' &BPOBX of the Deputation appointed at ä Pab lie meeting heH in the /Timber ^fard of Messrs " Conforms Brothers,- on Wednesday, 10th September, 1656,'Tfer the purpose of - - urging immediate attention to the Hoad over Bake^HuL . . . . " , , , . Upon oin* arrival m Helboitnië .we were in troduced to the Eoad Board, "iii'whom the subject more bropedy bàô^sj»', and Dr Murphy, the'' Chairman, being' 'absent from town, electioneering, we were received by Mr Stevenson, the -Secretary; and Mr Harris the Inspector of Hoads. T...

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POLICE COURT. Saturday 20th September. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M.; and S. Irwin, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

POLICE GO ÜBT. Saturday 20th September. (Before W. Tomer, Esq., S.M. ; and S. Irwin, Esq., J.P.) "William Hood was charged with, furiously riding along the Main-road.: The offence was proved by a witness named Stephens, by Mr "Wigley, and the police con stable who arrested Mm. The prisoner was drunk at the time. The Bench fined him £10, or in default, one month's imprisonment. AvTlliam "Webb was brought np charged by a constable with cruelty to ahorse, on Friday last onthe-Township. From the evidence of -Constable Lewis it appeared that tile prisoner was driving a cart, containing wood,- drawn- by a horse, which, from weakness, fell down, and then the prisoner ? whipped it violently. The skin was off the neck of the horse. The prisoner fined £10, or, in default, one j month's imprisonment. ' -Robert Boyd was charged with being a dangerous lunatic, unfit to be at large. j On the application of Dr. Allison, he was remanded until Tuesday. John Howard was placed at the bar on the remand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

MESSES. FRANKS &' Coîj Uews Agent^' lOd Sale and Delivery Ageifte 'fe j£5sjoáráü¿ MK.J.E GABBATTria^ Advertise sing Agent. ¿EB* ¿tJds ' Journal .inf Geelong. " _ .' ; : -.j; B. JOHN DREW is Agent &s äia, journal ot Creswick. M .»/TB W. B. SMITH, of the NUGGET JjfX HOTKI, is agent for this journal at Buninyong-_:"' ' ': ~ ' ' '. & E. » ATE are ¿Agente fof # this Journal, at Linton and the ad-1 joining gold-fields. Stat? MAIN ROAD, BALLARAT. _ PRINTING in all its tenches executed ?with care and fidelity, and in the neatest, manner, on the most economical terms. BOOK WÖBE; paanmETB, BILL HEADINGS, AND HAND BILLS, Executed in a. superior style. This Establishment poueste* a -great variety ' of XABGK TYPE, suitable for POSTING S Xl. LS, ^ ; diinenàoas, which can be fur aish^inmiediately on order. Printing in Qold and Colored Xnlcs. BLOSSOMS' TABS, Branch. Booking Office, For Good*, Parcels, Swags, 4*. Daily to and from Melbourne and Geelong OCEAN" PARCELS DELIVERY...

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VICTORIA LABOUR MARKET, September 20th, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

I VICTORIA LABOUR MARKET, . ¡ I September 20th, 1856. f j The demand for labor of most descriptions ¡ continues good, and the supply*with one or two j exceptions, is pretty fair. Married couplés for j home stations, tx., together with good female ] servants, are scarce. . 'Shepherding families are ' abundant." Shearing seems pretty steady at 15s, and hands are reasonably plentiful. A cargo of immigrants has arrived at Point Henty | and will prove a seasonable addition to our \ working population. j "Wages maybe quoted as under, viz : "With rations.-Married couples, for home 1 ¡stations, per «pnnmj £65 to £80; do. fo shepherding, one flock, £40 to £45 per annum families for two flocks, £60 to £70 do Euepherds,.pef annum, £35; hut-keepers fbrout stauons, per do, £30 to £35"; do for home-sta tions, £40 to £52 ; ploughmen, per week, 25s ; general tarin servante, do. Sos. to 2os. ; bullock- ¡ drivers for roads, per week, 30s to 35s; do for farms per week, 26s to 30s ; -carters, for roads...

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WE LOVE NO MORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

WB LOVE ÎÎO XOBB. Sad ls the heart, of lore bereft, Is the cold world alone ; . No fond, no near and dear one left, AH-save the chang'd-gone True, tried hearts, every one I "The sun's rays teeming golden brigid, They glitter as of yore -- On leaf and stream, but dim the sight, And, chuTd our every pore, We lore na more ! i How glorious Sashing stream Of sunny light aroona ; .How lovely all doth nature seem, .If peace within be found, . And lore and hope abound. Can they who. blest in dreaming youth, To life enchanting cling, E'er deem that fateful years, in sooth, Shall weary changes bring, And Tims prove many a sting ? Oh I grieve we not that youth hath nowa, That nothing may restore The bounding health that we have knows, The eager pulse of yore We love no more !

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MELBOURNE. (From our own Correspondent.) 20th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

MELBOURNE. {From out own Correspondent.) 20th. September. The news that sometiiroghad really been decided ripon in regard to steam poistal commu nication between mese colonies and Great Britain, has been thought worthy of attention here, e ven in the very height of the election struggle. In every quarter it has been the first topic of conversation, after the fate of the ten candidates had been discussed and pronounced, and the general summing up,-on the mails question,-has been that the arrangement made are not adequate to our requirements. Fiftv days is not the shortest passage which it is. parcticable to mate, and is "not such an im provement upon the existing -mode of convey ance as we are entitled to expect in return for an expenditure of £180,000 per annum. When a line of ships similar to the fioyal Charter has been paton between Melbourne and liverpool, I have no doubt the average time occupied on the voyage will net exceed fifty-five days ; and then, for the immense stun paid...

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COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS FOR THE DISTRICT OF BUNINYONG AND BALLARAT. Monday, 22nd September. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS FOR THE DISTRICT ÖF BUNINYONG AND BALLARAT. Monday, 22nd September. I (Before A-Wrixon, Esq., Chairman; W, Turner, Esq., S.M. ; Mr Warden Ijowther, J.P. ; and Juries of twelve.) Mr M*Creight acted as Crown Prosecutor. George Robinson pleaded not gouty to an indictment which charged him with stealing £5 14s, the money of Amelia Lesman, on the 2nd of September. Amelia Lesmann stated she lived on the Eu reka behind the Royal Mail HoteL She knew the prisoner, ? Who came with another party three times to her residence, about buying it from her» The last time the prisoner and his mate called upon her, his mate wanted to know if she could change a £§ note. Prosecutor went to a box where she had £5 in one pound notes, and 14s in silver. The prisoner's mate said he wanted all the change in silver. The prisoner's mate then asked thc prosecutrix to let him sse thc kitchen whilst the prisoner went with prosecutrix outside to see the yard. When she came back she discove...

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FORM OF MEMORIAL REFERRED TO. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

FORM OF MEMORIAL RE FERRED TO. To his Excellency the officer adminis tering the government of the Colony of Victoria and its dependencies, Sec., kc. 1. -The memorial of of Respectfully sheweth, That your memorialist is a native of (insert district, or town and country) 2. -That your memorialist is years of age, and is (insert profession trade or calling) 3. -That your memorialist arrived in the Colony of Victoria, by the ship in the year and has been resident therein since that date. 4. -That your memorialist begs to refer your Excellency to the annexed certificate of character, and of the cor rectness of the statements herein con tained from respectable persons to whom your memorialist has been known since his (or her) arrival in the colony. 8.-That your Memorialist (here state the grounds on which the certifi cate is desired) and that on these grounds your Memorialist is desirous oí availing ntmsi-lf or Herself of the pri vileges granted to aliens by the Act of Council, ll Victori...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Open Column. "For the opinions of Correspondente expressed here we are not responsible; we give every phase of intelligently expressed opinion a place in tina column, refusing no useful letter merely because its sentiments differ from our own." THE JUNCTIONS. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

" For tile opùiioas of Correspondente expressed here we are not responsible ; ve gire every phase of intelligently expressed opinion a place in tina column, refasmg no useful let ter merely because its ymriimwto differ from " oar own." THE JUNCTIONS. (Te th» Editor of the SUr J om,-Were it not nutt ignorant presumption j wherever it unnecessarily thrusts itself on pub-, ] lie notice, deserves chastisement, and that on-* ! blushing mendacity in a public man, in order .1 to obtain a poätioa in which he should never have been, placed, «aght "at every risk to be unsparingly exposed, I would, feel it not only derogatory to myself, hut insulting to the com mon sense of the readers of your paper, to pay the slightest attention to the jumble of confu sion, mis-statements, and low vulgarity, which appeared in your issue of the 16th inst, and ! signed-"James Baker." Indeed, I feel under the necessity of offering an apology, not only to you and the public, but even to myself, for troubling the...

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A GREAT LONDON NEWS AGENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

A GBEAT I-O1STD0N NEWS AGENCY. I The Illustrated News gives an illustration and description of the new buildings erected in the Strand by Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son, news agents, at an outlay of £20,000. It adds-"The names W. H. Smith and Son appear on the literary refreshment stalls at most of the principal railway stations thronghout the country ; bat this branch of their business, and the advertising in connection with it, form ' but an unimportant branch of the trade carried on by the firm. The building may be regarded as a sort of newspaper clearing-house. A large portion of the coon try is supplied through the office of Messrs. Smith and Son directly or indirectly, and tl ie care and labour necessary for the pune- , tuai despatch of many thousand papers which pass through their office daily greatly exceed that which is required in the Post-office itself*, with which this ! is in some degree a competing estab- | ilshment, The duties of the day com mence at five a.m. At that ho...

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CRIMINAL CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

CRIMINAL CALENDAR   The following cases remain to be disposed ', of at the present sessions, independent of those tried yesterday and reported in to- days issue.     Thomas Evans, assault and robbery. ««hard Bice, horsesteatiag. Caroüne Spencer, stealing ^om ther»er *on and receiving. - ;-¡. fowph Thomas, theft; * ~ lïtïoiàas O Carmor, .obtaining nûn^^i Mícr^T^KMriey,*lwtEng...,î I John Fitzroy, 4o. " . V, ,'.)'. ? ,'_*. ', v-: ? .. -l,^j, j Jolm Howard, dó; " _ . . ; ?. ,-\ ,£¿1i John Fitzroy; do. , _v ~ ._. -. ..^wy,. ' Thomas Lett, do. ThomasLeBU,4o>: . ¿¿¿t-í'-'* <,-<f David Wé%ert, óhtairang goodsi on false ^re tààeéti'. . ,". ~* ri.-;- Tv:' v«-¿ «.'? Andrew Young, stealing. -:. , ' , , . ¡ Pani Eng Braken, rescue. ^ . 3; Francis Turner, larceny. -. r"~ John Wicks, do. John Donaldson, assault. Ropert Hope, assaulting a. sheriff's officer, ,; fiebert Hope, forcible entry. John Hnsar, stealing. ? '-i..;'.:?&l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

Scotti SÉiÎ* Seamans, Ed Secomb, Win Sellick, lohn Seimon, Messa Ed Sei way, loom ~ ' lohn _^/Ánday* Sharp, Qeo Shexbrey, lohn Shears, Geo, 2 Shearn, Geo M Sherriffj lohn Shimming, Bobt Shepard, T Sheward, Alex, 2 Siddell, Charles Simpson, Wm, 3 Skinner, Wm Allen Slow Wm ' TamMvn, lames Tanner, lohn Tapley, Henry Tsrwood, lohn TarrelL Thomas Taylor, Mrs C Taylor, Wm, 2 Tinkler, R _,_ Thomas, Mr, for lohn Turner, lames Williams TarjnbnnJamBs -fhanh, JMBW - Smith, Jos R ßmith,Wm, (2) . Solosin Sk^OstM "6onergan,Wm ;8pulmac,IobnF dEMttEgae, Sdmnnd Spooner, îKehsh» BtCäair^J^ elemW,Mr Stewart. Donald,? Stewart, Francia, ft« Peter Tlumm "Stevens, «- L Sc G B, £traughain,Xohu .^traehain, Mr* 0 Stonea, Laras Sugden.Hr Samerland, BonaU Symonds, Hobt :Sweeney, .lames Thomson, Alex -Thomson, Thos Thompson, T Townsend, Ed wai Tregasker, lames . Treloar, Wm Trippner, Charlas .Tonier, Gravesend Thomas, Hy Jos Thomas, lohn, 2 Ttmrnnn "RiMi*wi Waddel, Wm Wanan, Bobt Walker, Bobt Walker, lohn . Wal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

ADVANCE BALLABAT VAUXHALL GARDENS. The Cream of Ballarat Unrivalled Opportunity for realising an Immense Fortune. To Hotel Keepers, Speculators, Agricul turists, Lucky Diggers, the Publie of Ballarat and the surrounding Diggings. WC. SMITH is empowered to sell by , private contract, or to let on lease, Twenty- four acres four roods, seven teen perches of land, fronting the large swamp and Sturt-street, Ballarat, univer sally acknowledged to be highly suitable for Pleasure Gardens, The great advantages that this land pos sesses for the above purposes, are 1st. The proximity to Ballarat Town ship, with its huge population. 2nd. The land having so large a frontage to Y nile" s Swamp, also a large frontage to Sturt is treet which is three chains wide, and is die principal and Main-road to Lake Burrumbeet, etc. There can be no hesitation whatever in vl'^,r»*hsiï.the above is a chance rarely to be met with. iuc ß.<^ success which has generally attended caders to public f c^v am...

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THE BRITISH RAILWAY SYSTEM. (From the Times of July 5th.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

(Fnm the Times of JtUy Atk.) j , The report of tiie Ballway Depart » merit of the Board of Trade for the year 1855 4s now published! Ten years have elapsed since that xever of speculation, which may be compared with the South Sea madness or the Joint-Stock schemes of 1825. It may be as -well, then, to give - - in a few lines the position and prospects ef railways at the present time. One thing strikes us at the out set of the investigation-. We are re minded that the United Kingdom is a small country, and that it early de veloped thé new system of communica tion which is the great work of this age. The rail nays of England and Scotland are nearly completed. Ireland alone remains as a field for the construction of great trunk lines. The history of the invention in this. country may be divided into three parts. During fifteen years after the first locomotive was successful in the north of England the nation seemed to have no tl ue-sense of the magnitude of. the change. Habit, prejudic...

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BALLARAT LABOR MARKET. 20th September, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

I BALLARAT LABOR MARKET. I 20thSeDtember. 1856. I Boring the past waek, thc labor market has been brisk. Nbw in demand': Married couples, nursemaids, barmaids, and good general female servants. Also, bullock drivers, farm laborers, quarrymen, milkmen, boys, &c. The folio iring are the Kates Current, viz. : Housekeepers, £52 to £60 per annum ; laun dresses, £40 to £50 ; barmaids, £52 ; female cooks for hotels, £52 to £60 ; general female servants, £30 to £40; dairymaids, £30 ; house maids, £30 to £45; waitresses, £40 to £50; married couples, for town, £90 to £100 ; do. for country, £70 to £S0 i nursemaids, £15 to £18. "With Bations, per week : General farm servants, £1 ésto £110s $ bul lock drivers for the roads, £2 to £3 ; bullock drivers for farms, £1 10s to £2 ; slaughtermen, £1 10 to . £2 ; bushmen, £2 to £2 5s ; milks men, £1 10s to £2 ; cooks, £3 io £6 ; cook mates, £1 to £1 10s; waiters, £2 to £3; bar men, £2 10s to £3; porters, £1 10s to £2; ardeners, £1 10s to £2 ; p...

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PURE WATER. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

j ur PDBE, WATJîH. .:f¡: ¿ I JJ* m j&mrMt** éter./ .. y . S rm-Being personally interested in obtain ing good mtier, I beg Üte favor oTpuJMg forth an ide* Upon the treatment of the Swahi^ at ; Ballarat, which is this-to let oit. as mucV<oi its ^^nl coritepis, as would, he safe for our sununer'a supply ^^«néhj. * J*^' "Ó? . iroräer öf vegèoible matter woold become dry, and hurnable/ ihe barning "'^r,$ís¿in latter part of the conting sommer, which would be productive ^good in^hree respects, nrat, supposii^^e w*er teJx-'&mm&^&eo wonk! be a huge tnarçinifl abm clear nf vege XIAO Servitut, .

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FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. 20th September, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

FEÜIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. 20th September, 1856. | Apples, pearmam, ty bushel -, do French í crabs ; do stone pippins from 35s. to 40s. Oranges, ty doz., 2s. to 2s. «d. Le mons do., 2s. 6d. to 3s. ßd. Walnuts, do., 9d. Small Nuts do., 9d. to 10|d. Almonds, do., ls. 3d. to ls. 6d. Dates (by the mat) do., 8d. Figs do., ls. 6d. Muscatels do., ls. 6d. Prunes, ty doz. jars, 80s. £hüli beans ty tb 8d. Eggs, 3s. to 4s. ty doz. Butter, fresh, 3s. ty lb. Onions (dried) ty cwt., 60s. to 65s. Do. (green) ty doz. bunches, 2s 6d. Turnips (white) do. 4s. Do. (Sweed) do., ty cwt. 7s Carrots, do., 20s. to 25s. Potatoes do., 12s Herbs, 2s. 6d. to 4s. 6d. ty doz. Celery do. 18s. Cabbages, 5s. to 7s. do. REYNOLDS & ENGLISH, Black Ball Line Store, Main-road, under Bakery Hill.

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BETAIL HAT AND CORN PRICES CURRENT. 20th September, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 23 September 1856

BETAIL HAT AND CORN PRICES CURRENT. I 20th September, 1856. I Oats, best Colonial ty bushel 14s. to 14s. 6Í Scotch do..ISs. to 14s Barlev.15s Floor, #"100 lbs.40s Bran, ty bushel.6s. 6d Hay, ty cwt.26s Chaff, do.28s Potatoes, de.... 13s Bice, ty lb.3d. to 3*d Onions, do.». -..6d AXTCLIFFE & CROSS. Produce Store, Armstrong-street.

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