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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 October 1856

<£oimnu. j " For the opinions Of fjorrésporidehis expressed 1 here we are Ddt réspônsîbië; we give «very .phase of intelligently expressed' opinion a j placethis column, refusing no. useful letA J ? ter merelv because its sentiments differ from our .own.,s '"'.Z _ J " \ fi» té* Egäorlcfifif smj " ' Sin,-The Geelong Advertiser of the 22n4 of September had inserted in" its Ballarat cor- ' respondence fbur cbiu^es^tsro of whieh re flected severely on the character of Mr Saut ffray, I should not.have' taken any notice of those charges bad not in jour iesue of yester day ' Mr " Amiens"-sive Denovan again reite rated the same. I now-feejb it my mbràl duty to contradict'those charges ; however, much I may 'be blamed, for doingfeó, for as you Well know Mr Editor, my motto has always been " Tiat jiistitia elsipertat mtfizdif' ana for that àmple reason X -cannot alhW Mr rfiumSray%' character ito be blasted innocently, or allow hts opponents to obtain votes under false pretences, wh...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 October 1856

_T.SEW9JÍ'* ^Salesnd DeiÍTefyAffiM»,fa^«. BL ÍOHN DREW ia ^^snV fer 3*¿ journal at Gresw*eX.^J " Boro, is «gent for du« jonrrää ^at Buninyong. * ¡>&': j "*~ HAIN ROAD, BATtlYAttaT. » ; ; PRINTING in au ita Immehes executed, vim care and fidelity, and in the neatest ~'\ manner, on the most economical terms. BOOS «OSK, MUSSETB, craccxABS, CABDS, BILL HEADINGS, AND HAND BELLS, Executed m a superior style. t%ss EstablUhment. possesses a great variety o^lABOE TTPB, suitable for ._ PO S TI »Cr BII.Í.S, Of the^^est^inteBsiona, which can * be fer grinting la frota «na Colored Sales. BLOSS OHS' TABB, Branch Bonking Office, For Goods, Parcels, Swags, fe. Daily to and from Melbourne and Geelong OCEAN PARCELS DÉÚVERY COMPANY. For Parcels at XTniform Bates. To and from England, Ireland, Scotland. $e. Office on Ballarat, Main-road, opposite Bradshaw and Salmon's. GEOBGE FORD & CO , (Late Dan. & Geo. Ford,) _ Proprietors. Boyal Hail Estaffette Line of Coaches for Geelong...

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

DIED. On the 22nd ult., at Creswick, James, son of John and Margaret Quayle, aged thirteen years and six months, deeply regretted. His remains were followed to their last resting place by his late school- fellows and a large circle of friends by whom he was greatly beloved.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL COURT. Thursday 2nd October. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 October 1856

Praest The Chavman,;and" Messrs Ya*è*-: Baker, Ahrens, (Meimuvaiidö'&Hmon' \ Martinson sad Another T. Oehsebin «ni ; Weü».-Befhsalto comply. .. -, . This iras the case, in which défendante had , refused to obèf order of ~Coaitto divide and raider accounts ,* and this -was the teurth time it had been before the Court, the parties coming au the way from Brown'« and Italian Gatty. . Defendant Ochsebin sworn deposed-That jw had gol 13 Oz. of gold altogether. They washing stuff besides not-yet washed up. They had divided the gold, and he got £12 odd to his share; being one fourth, portion of the whole. They had the gold a fortnight be fore their last appearance at Court,' but they did aot divide with plaintiff, because he had not paid up his weekly money according to agree ment, being six weeks in arrear. They had got 13 dwts of golisince. Plain tiff rejoined that he had paid' defend ants' costs of court for them, which amounted to two weeks and a half;'and since then the had not...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROWN [?] AND THE GERMAN JEWS. (For favor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 October 1856

Qoeea against :^eigLe ^Î^^K^^^ba bigotry of by-gche «sp ' ~baß.^S^mpmM m& maj, and thalia ^^^-^j^lÍBM^'íim. should bejaugea br nureligioner::natioÍL *i White snob pbuandux»^ fe r Moses Montefiore and Sir David Sblbmbñ t<be present Lord Mayor of London) have beW ueem^ worthy of the highest h<moxsin the realm, and have there acted uprightly, as iaagnrtzafasj it doe» seem strange that yon, holding a jpuMie appointment as crown, prosóniror, should for a moment be ga2ty of filé audacity court) of imputing to the German-Jew a disre gard of Ate most solemn obhgation by which man could be bound. The character of the Jews as Cosmopolitans bas ever been esteemed as being inost.loyaL orderiy, and quiet. ^Then character for mtcgrity remains -mnmpeached. Wherever, enteronsmg Commerce, the Fine j Arts, and mdustry nourish, thé Jews-Roths- j child, Meyerbeer, Handel, &c^ ftc.-have been ? found living phenomenons that even the dark ages of persecution have 'tee...

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

ÏUESDÀY, 7th. OCTOBEB. Sale of Provisions, Candles, Byass's Ale and Porter, Boots and Shoes, Fancy Goods, &c. ALAZARUS & CO. will sell by auc . tioD, at their rooms, Main-road, on Tuesday, 7th inst., at twelve o'clock. 10 tons salt 25 Firkins Cork butter 60 Casks Byass's ale and porter (pints and quarts} 100 Boxes Belmont sperm candles 1 Ton Jamaica ginger 20 Crates ginger beer and lemonade bot tles 20 bales ginger beer and lemonade corks 25 Trunks boots and shoes - 2 Hhds. tumblers 1 Do. decanters American clocks Fancy goods, &c , ftc. Thursday, October 7th, at twelve o'ciôck. Without Reserve. Preliminary Hotitíe. J& T. ODDIE will sell by auction, . without reserve, upon an early day, of which due notice will be given, on ac count of the mortgagee, the following pro perty, situate in the Township of Btdlarat, and containing each one quarter acre. Lot 1. All that piece or parcel of land, btfng allotment 3 of section 10, 6itnate in Eyre-street, adjacen...

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 own." (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 October 1856

©peu 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 let ter merely because its sentiments diner from oar own." (To th* Editor of the Star.) .sra,-li añoras me muco pleasure wneu I acknowledge that the Presa of Victoria gires justice to my humble efforts to create a love tor the fine arts. I have offered to the men, women, and children of Ballarat, the opportunity of securing, at a small outlay of money, a little fortune. Many questions are asked by the people, and I gladly respond to their enquiries. After I worked my cabinet tapestry, on the Black Lead, nearHiscock's, entituled "The Last Supper/* 1 took it to Melbourne, where it was shown for a charitable purpose, at one shilling admis sion ; then I brought it up to Ballarat and exhibited it at the Montezuma. Then my friend, John William Emery gave me.consent to exhibit it free of cost to the publi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNTY COURT OF BALLARAT AND BUNINYONG. Friday, 3rd October. (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Judge; and two assessors.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 October 1856

COUNTY COURT OF BALLARAT AND BTJNINTONGi friday, 3rd October. (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Judge; and tiro I assessors.) I Cooper v. Mount-For plaintiff,Mr Brandau; for defendant, Mr Walshe. . This was a suit for £178, brought by the engineer of the Mount Egerton Quartz Crush ing Conmpany against Dr Mount as one of tte directors of the company. William Cooper, plaintiff, deposed that ha was engaged at a salary of £30 per month, with board and lodging, and he had served for siz months under that engagement He had received part, of his salary, but he had menrred expenses, and the balance was as sued for. In the cross-exiunination it transpired that plaintiff had shares himself in tbs stock of the company, but Mr Bahdall objected as that had not been pleaded as a set Off, and quoted Chitty to show that plaintiff^ not having a proper agreement of stock, was hot a bona fde partner m the company. John Cameron Walton, mining engineer, late manager of tile company, deposed that ha and defend...

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

Üotai SittfUtgenrr, I COUNTY Co ÜBT.-There are iyet 43 de fended cases untried. The first on the list for to-day is No. 141. "WESLEYAN DAY SCHOOL.-A public ex- . arnination of the Township and Mount Pheasant schools was conducted hy the Ber. Theo. Taylor, on the 25th and 26th ult. Th e pro gress made by the scholars was most satisfactory and the general interests of thc schools were found to be in a flourishing state. Numbers in attendance at the Township, boys 55, girls 37, tomi 92. Of the whole number there were in arithmetic tables 78, writing 54, geography 49, grammar 19, drawing 3, Latin 1» Attend ance at Mount Pleasant was total 108. The geography and grammar classes manifested ' considerable proficiency, and the whole school gare complete satisfaction. After the . exami nations, the children were rewarded according to their diligence and good conduct. The first price was awarded to Master Jho. H. TrethanL BALLABAT HOSPITAL.-The following are the returns for' the week, ending ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTY COURT OF BUNINYONG AND BALLARAT. Wednesday, 1st October. (Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Judge, and two Assessors.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 October 1856

I COUNTY COURT OF BUNINYONG AND j BALLARAT. j Wednesday, 1st October. -(Before A. N. Wrixon, Esq., Judge, sud two Assessors.) Weigert v. Skeppüi_Ia. this -case Mr Randall applied to have it. re-instated in the list. It was an action brought by David Weigert, the insolvent, to recover' £29 odd for goods -sold and delivered. The case had been struck out on the ground that Wtigert had become an in solvent , and the official assignee bad not elected wfcether or not he could proceed against the defendant. The defendant's attorney not having received due notice of the motion Hr Randall was directed to give the requisite notice and to renew hid mo tion. li,maid and Others v. Clarke and Others. -Mr Cope appeared for the plaintiffs and Mr Rainy for the defendants. This was a plaint to recover £150 for Úie use of certain slabs, ropes, backets, £c. The Assessors found à verdict for the plaintiff for £85. Loriuuest v Baine - Jtfr. Wigley for the plaintiff, and Mr Rainy for the détendant. This w...

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

smÊÊÊmÊÊBÊBOBaa^tasmsssss REASONS^ibft^úfofíá. induce the _ r^JfartijSyaflt-to Vote fori , H* is* tried man. 'ÎWîf tócala has done hi« jduty to^ c»l«##»#ntB-T', viLL i ii á \i **. . A »an of our own selection. A» tuan of and for the people. As there is only one Member to bo re turned, tkat one should fee j. B. HDMTFBAT; IsstaucriosB FOR VOTIHO. ^ The names of the canrlMatra are printed on a'liat giren to the voter, ai. the Polling Booth, who must draw aiiite with a pen through the names of .those for whom he -docs not intend to vote, leaving only one name distinct. W. B. ROBINSON, ''1 Chairman.' Jj- ?gffyB'l . <?, BYjE.11,5.TTLT^ Hoxtt {brant Section. : EVP BY innurmaaon connected with the Election, may !^ jpbnraeu, and a copy of the Electoral itoll may te ae«u, at the itesi -dences of the following Mends of -J. V& H TJ XT F E AT, sJjiá read, Ballarat MesarsW.B. Robinson, j Mr C. Dyte, F. Humffray, S 'Crow Dining Boonu, D. Oliver, - The Charlie Napier. C. Fh. Fass...

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NORTH GRENVILLE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 October 1856

NORTH GRENVILLE ELECTION     The nomination of a member for the electoral   district of North Grenville took place in front   of the Local Court House at twelve o'clock     yesterday (Friday). There being little or no opposition expected, there was not a large atten- dance, only about 150 or 200 persons being present. The Returning Officer, W.H. Bacchus, Esq., having read the writ, called on any person pre- sent to propose a candidate. James Oddie, Esq., J. P. came forward and said he had much pleasure in proposing Mr Peter Lalor as a fit and proper person to repre- sent the electors of North Grenville. Mr Labor was so well known to them that he need say nothing in his behalf. Mr W. C. Weeks had great pleasure in   seconding the nomination of Mr Lalor. Mr Lalor's fitness for the position of their represen- tative was well known to them all. The very fact that there was no opposition showed tha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOMINATION FOR NORTH GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 4 October 1856

NOMINATION FOR NORTH GRANT.     Yesterday, at noon, the nomination of can- didates for the electoral district of North Grant, took place at Buninyong, the hustings used on the occasion being the verandah of Sellick's Hotel. The whole proceedings seemed to ex- cite very little interest, and the total number of persons present did not exceed 200. Shortly before eleven o'clock Mr Humffray, attended by several of his committee, arrived, and pro- ceeded at once to the Nugget Hotel, in front of which a band was playing, and enlivening a   proceeding which was otherwise not very en- livening. Shortly after twelve o'clock, A. Fisken, Esq., J.P., the Returning Officer, together with the respective candidates, Messrs Humffray, Black, and Loader, with their various supporters, ap- peared upon the hustings, when the Returning Officer read the writ, and called upon the meet- ing to give every one a fair hearing. Mr Yates, of the Local Court, rose and said t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 October 1856

I NEW SOUTH. WALES RAILWAY, j The statistics of oar railway expendi ture, as exhibited in the return re cently laid before the Parliament are rather formidable, so far as the amount of money involved is concerned, and not particularly encouraging so far as relates to the direct profitableness of the iron road. The first cost of the rail way to Parramatta was £564: 10s. 9d. I Additional works in connection with it have increased this sum by £15,232 3s. 2d. And a further ex penditure of £44,500 is needed to put all in satisfactory order, making a total of £624,141 13s. lld. The liverpool extension is set down as having cost £126,129 16s. The Newcastle and Maitland line has already cost £314,050 2s. 4d., and re quires an additional expenditure of £188,350, making in all an outlay of £502,400 2s. 4d. The net income of the Sydney Bail way for a period of about nine months has been nearly £9000, or a little more than two per cent on the capital in vested. It would not be fair to point to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Poet's Corner. SELECT. THE RETURN OF THE GUARDS. July, 1856. (From the Spectator, July 5.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 October 1856

fflotra Comer. SELECT. THE BÜTUKir OF XRE OTTASTJ8. ' July, 1856. (From the Spectator, July 5.J Two years-aa age of glory and of pain ! ginee we with blessings and with shouts and tears, And with high hopes, pursued your parting train "With everything but fears. Too lightly then, perchance, we'let you go ; j For war is sweet to them that never tried, And hearts are sullen, which refuse to know , Its splendour audits pride. Forth from beside our hearths we saw yon pass. And guessed that battle must be stem and strong ; War's snapes we saw, hut dimly, in a glass, Its shapes of wrath and wrong. We saw not, Heaven in mercy did not show, The fiery squadrons rushing to their doom, An army in its winding-sheet of snow, : Slow Bíiiltinjir to the tomb. "We saw not Scutari's piled-up agonies, If or those blessed hands and hearts that brought relief; Splendours and glooms were hidden from mu eves, What glory and what grief. 'One thing we saw, one only thing we knew, That come what might, we wo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GEELONG TRADE REPORT. Saturday Evening, Oct. 4, [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 October 1856

I GEELONG TRADE &EPOB.T. j I Saturday Evening, Oct 4, j There are at length - some sigas ; that the j Spring trade has commenced. , Many drays hare daring thc week arrived with wool, and gone back laden with merchandise for the set tlers' use"; and the several teams which have been despatched from hence to the up-country stations .with floor and other necessaries will return with wooL The showery weather, which seems again to have set in, will in some degree interfere with our trade ; but the near approach of summer will render this difficulty but of brief duration. This week's imports are of the estimate value of 24,532i., tb which the rice and sugar brought by the "Meteor " from Calcutta, for Messrs. Law, Dodd, & Co., have prominently contri buted; there are also considerable accessions to our stocks of brandy, wine, and tea ; and there is included flour from Tasmania, 'though on a very limited scale to what it was last year. The exports comprise small shipments to...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT HORSE BAZAAR. 6th October, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 October 1856

[ BALLARAT HORSE BAZAAR. 1 . _ Otb October, t856. | A steaoy aemana bas continued daring the week ia the horse market, and a fair aniouat of business has been transacted. The inquiry for whim horses is considerable, and thc first lot of good second class draught stock that arrives in thc market wiH be speedily realized : I have disposed of a; number of Sydney horses (lately imported) during the week. They were not of first class description, but i readily found buyers at extreme rates. ¡ *KICÈS CCIIREXT : 1st. Class draught horses_£80 to £110 I 2nd. do. do. 60 " 80 Light harness do. 35 " 60 Saddle hacks, according to quality_. 20 " 50 A. P. BOWES, Proprietor.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL COURT REGULATIONS. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 October 1856

LOCAL COURT IiEGU"LATlOXS¿ j Ulause 7.-** AJÍ ene snares snail De me buna fide property of the men representing, viz., working, each share, who shall be at liberty to sell or otherwise dispose of such share, or any part thereof»" Sir,-I have just seen a letter in your paper calling attention to the above, and beg to suggest another reason why the sub ject requires some consideration. If this clause has the force of law, parties holding half shares have no title to the claim, for *' it is the bona Jaie property of the man representing, viz., working, each share," and any agreement to the contrary, being cg.iinst thc spirit and meaning of the law, is in consequence Void and of no effect. An agreement may bind a man to hand : over half the produce of the share, so long a« he works the claim ; but it cannot pre vent him from " selling or otherwise dis posing of such share, or any part thereof." The Local Court have given a Contrary opinion, hut of what value is their decision u an appea...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT LABOR MARKET. 6th October, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 October 1856

I BALLARAT LABOR MARKET. j I 6th October. 1856. Daring the past waek, the labor market has been brisk. Now in demand : Married couples, j nursemaids, barmaids,-and good general female I serrants. Also, bullock drivers, farm laborers, 1 I quarrymen, milkmen, boys, &c The ïouowing are the Kates Current, viz. : I Housekeepers, £52 to £60 per annum ; laun ! dresses, £40 to.£50 ; barmaids, £52 ; female cooks for hotels, ¿52 to £33 ; 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 £80 ; nursemaids, £15 to £18. ¡ * With Bâtions, per week : General farm servants, £1 5s'to£l 10s ; bul lock drivers for the roads, £2 to £3 ; bullock drivers for farms, £1 10s to £2 ; slaughtermen, , £1 10 to £*> ; bushmen, £2 to £2 5s ; milks men, £1 10s to £2 ; cooks, £3 to £6 ; cook mates, £1 to £1 10s; waiters, £2 to £3 ; bar I men, £2 10s to £3; porters, £1 10s to £2; ardener...

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BUNINYONG NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 7 October 1856

j BU2ÎESTY0XG KOMINATIOX. *! naeetore, ana menas, i'm invoiang once more, ] The mases assistance as I've done before, I To give you a line, as it snits the occasion, Concerning the late Buninyong nommâaon. Assist mc, O Muse, while I scribble a verse. That I all the facts may. the better rehearse ; ! And I think you'll be pleas'd, as indeed well vori may, When I tell you that Humffray, mr friend, won the day. And who is so fit for that important post? -. As the man who first dar'dro encounter a host Of corruption, oppression, and wicked abuse, Of the powers that were meant to be kwiidly used. With good moral courage he grappled thc foe ; And with what reèult, I suppose you all know ! Against strong opposition he held on his way, And, by Deliverance, at last won the day. And now the storm's over, the harbour seems near, Another steps forward.oar vessel to steer. ; . But his want of experience, Í think you'll allow, Forbids his being placed in that station now. This would-be -commander...

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