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SAILED. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

SAIT.F. n .". ÏOET PHILLIP HEADS. Oct 17-Hazard, U.S. barque, for Calcutta, Oct. 17-Rienzi, ship, for Callao. Oct. 17-Prima Donna, brig, for Manilla Oct. 17-Delphin, Danish barque, for Co chin. Oct. 17-Ellen, ship, for Callao. Oct. 17-Jemmy, French barque, for Mau ritius. Oct 12-Montmorency, B.M.S., for Liver pool. -'. Oct 17-Colchester, brig, for Adelaide. Oct. 17-Black Swan, steamer, for Laun ceston. Oct. 17-Ylbilia, schooner, for Sydney. Oct 17-Lucy James, schooner, fer Ade laide. Oct 17-Mimmie Dike, schooner, for 'Wel lington, 172. Oat. 17-Helen Ann, schooner, for Western Port Oct 17-Mousam, barque, for Hobart Town. Oct. 17-Clarendon,' schooner, for Sydney. Oct 17-Jenny Lind, schooner, for Sydney. Oct. 17- Yfllage Belle, brig, for Hobart Town., Oct 17-Christian, brig, for Apollo Bay. Oct. 18- Olivier Van Noord, barque, for Batavia. Oct. 18-Sailor's Friend, brig, for Ceylon. Oct 18-Governor Morton, ship, for Callao. Oct 13-Waratah, steamer, for Sydney.

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BUNINYONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, 18th October. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

BUNINYONG POLICE COURT. Saturday, IBth October. \ (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M-} - j Bichard Leach -was charged with being a convict illegally at large. Mr Inspec or Kabul stated that on Friday he arrested the prisoner in the bunn near Warren heip, as a runaway convict fron» Yan Diemen's : Land. After he had brought bim to the station tlie prisoner said that it was no ase denying it, j he had done twelve years aud he vost go back and do the other three. . The prisoner was remanded to Melbourne. A powerfully built and wild-looking man named Murphy was brought up charged with being a dangerous lunatic. The prisoner, who was evidently in a high state of excitement, said that he had lately come from Wintle's Hotel, (Melbourne gaol.) He said that he was quite able to take care of himself. The Magistrate might pass a sentence upon him, but he would remember it when he had done the sentence. The Magistrate might be the Queen, Prince Albert, or some old farmer in disguise for all that he kn...

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BALLARAT HOSPITAL. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

I BALLARAT HOSPITAL. i «IB,- xou nave irequeiiuy, m JODI journal,'commented on- the apathy of the I mme» with regard to the Hospital. We ! have now on Ballarat a very large/number ' of amalgamated -claims, each employing twenty-four or 7tbirty,4wo' men ; I would suggest that the share holders in" each " claim should agree to devote, ' say one-half percent, or ten shillings in the hundred pounds, trout the net proceeds, to the sup ' port of the Hospital. - ? - - - . Let some man.in «sch claim who may see this letter mention it to his mates, andi I feel assured that no batta fide miner will object *o snch a minute reduction of his earnings, when he considers that the total of these small unfelt contributions -will amply support an institution on which he can always rely in "case ott accident or illness. Each party eaould -appoint ita treasurer for this purpose» and the surveyor of the lead, would, doubtless,. willingly become general-treasurer, and hand over ! the amounts as subscript...

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Open Column. "For the [?] of Correspondents [?] here we are not responsible; we give [?] phase of intelligently expressed [?] a place in this column, refusing no useful letter merely became [?] differ from our own." REGULATIONS CLAUSE. (To the Editor of the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

« ' tim-f¿m ^JW«-1»'?» np^^-beem jBjife ^ the monopoly ofthe gold fuM wjttfistej bot, in the endeavor to -exetade^tbis .liugfeelr, the f right rif the ininerfh^ the progress of the field ñ^rokidjíB^^^^iniiaóe señóos, ixsanoe.r^: inon^ litÜB oonsidfrofepa of ,äve. ^, e. A: nart of jhér question wulehow that the high poo^f labor ; is alone^und«it to ^B^ejt^. jacxaria6ô%of ; the groundby capital^ i»: u}^^^^f experience of other districtej.ba%i^^ of tins, the existence of aL|»cal Conr^ elected i by the rainers, would always present efficient; eecuri^ against such a cpnÚngWy,,eren were ; it possiblé^-attd tins ug^^.7ég^^f>\ interposes to hide a' worseabu^ onthe prin-i ciple et the rogue whperiedatepjfaief, to cover his own misdeeds. *Í¿C4V=-Í-^K '"V The Legislature has accrued to every one, ? íianng.a^mineísfigbÉ,^ ; and working a certain area^of ground-4esymg i him at liberty ta make whatever use of it he ; think fit. Bntj-clanse 7 lirons this ! privilege^ and says^iat faeshafl^ordy ...

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APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

APPEAIi. We beg to cali the attention of our read ers to the facts of the case narrated below, by the unfortunate victim of illegal prac tice. Those disposed to assist .the poor fellow can do so, hy leaving their contribu tions at any of the following hotels ': Adelphi, Washington, Charlie Napier, Uni- : corn or George. \.r -, THE STATEMENT OP Asm VKESCHOOB, ' late of Ballarat, respectfully shows-; 1 " That he is a ship carpenter, and was until May last ensuing earning an independent. livelihood by bis trade at-Ballarat. " ? " That, suffering from an effusion of blood at the .nostrils,-caused by over exertions, he . sought.-.medical assistance. That for the purpose ofletting blood a vein.in the right arm was opened by ame ~ dical .practitioner employed, and in doing so the artery was also incised. That although stopped for a tune, on re peated occasions the artery burst, out bleed- , jng afresh, and your petitioner, after sufier ing great pain, loss of time, and expense, was obliged...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

mSCELLAIíEOüS. CURIOSITIES OF LITIUIATPRC-A spacious and crowded bookseller's shop window in this city gives a curious series of ticketed illustra tions, amongst which, aie the following choice specimens :-'.' Handy any The best irish yarn of the Day ;" Celebrated Noni of the Gipsy mother ;" " lives of Celebrated Highwamen ;" and, raciest of au, "I say Stranger I Gess these Here prices licks yer Cheap Editions, The Life of T. P. Barnum, the Tantee Shswman Illustrated "With Jhigraring6."-Sydney - pire. -:. .? '.; SOMETHING SECT.-The Melbourne corres pondent of thc Mount Alexander Mail, makes the following curious statement;-A circum stance has just oozed oat which has caused some amusement. It appears that upon the diam of ¡Sir Charles Hotham, a gentleman who has long been connected with the fourth estate made strenuous efforts to procure the appoint ment of Governor of Victoria; but, though hia ambition was strong pnouga.in all conscience, - his interest at'home was not sufficiently...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE R. M. SHIP "MERMAID." News to 22nd July. SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

ffmnrnm^ , v.. -" gewigito ^nd jjTjly. ' A. fbrnpdable , insurrection had broken out in Madrid. The Time» considers itto'have been the result! of royal mtrigue to crush constitutional liberty. ' /; ."; I The Morning Post says:-*' We have' to announce the outbreak of a formidable ^insnrrection^ in ' Madrid. The: populace. were on Monday night in arms, and there was Sharp fighting in the streets between the insurgents and the troops. - At 10 o'clock yester day morning the 'fighting continued; but, up to that time, the Queen's troops, under Marshall O'Donnelí, retained^ possession of the *c5iy, and continued tb mafe head against the rebels The' insurgents . proclaim a republic It is not known'-whèrè Espartero is." " MADÍED,; Juíy 15.~The %hting which began, yesterday between the National Guards and "the Garrison -of Madrid has continued. .';lhe. Queen presented herself ^: the" National Guard, and to the troops of the garri son, and was well received. Assuspen sion of hostilities:has ju...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

haudroi aad ten W^,pAi»< curred on Xossoaj^taé ]1M|Ï lîeries 'of "Hesta Insole |Ê *_ ¿mate in the Bhcraddi YiÜlkf :*&&1U ab&è Ctainft^^whit&bnsi htaerto ^pj^f^^.t«.^p»|gi^g^ ~-AréVoitiit'~fie^lw theré is «a ïsaicfe^W1"*-3 tfcei -»D*>. nteat^TrdñzOTd ^ tereco jppt ¿ canse of these 4ic^nÏMnç^ 3s ^ ,T^ ^Ut n âerstoodtin 'Burton but ffièr ÄwfArjáené «TOB Hietfia i^imSai^m^ lubttaedftxala.? r:iT v^tsnsisfn*?pñt«fcM%> . 33» i fitand 'C issued jan, address aba^itpjgtíáici annrVeritonëa> -KiS (hange dip íraeesdá^ajéd. dinrâtto^ls of Ü» Bwptfcq «atttf Tear, * .Tre'lora? tant-aad a oooserrätire. ' <&árler Matthew*; Ûolrjt èonèdianit* ft* dajpr^i Ianoastar Castle, a.^»TOjj»ji#olfnllt> 'ÍMr HerTbèr^ttuîinT)er oif Congrí,%-^N;-. his tñalíbrthe morier of TntwMtfgettagjfto' h<Ael.waiter¿ 'j.-: ;?»:?». -;Í!!»-5¿Í 3Ï& fefi'ír Iiis .««añona coinndaaoe that4fae «m* eine, that brought Mr Smith O^Biran. '1$¡L Th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

BIRTH. ???? the morning of the 16th ???? Peter Robertson, formerly ???? ?and, of a daughter. DIED. ????e Camp, Ballarat, on the morning of 20th inst., John Green, Esq., J.P., Gold Re- ceiver and Sub-Treasurer, aged 53.

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MR MIALL ON IRISH DISENDOWMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

MS MIALL ON IRISH J>ISEN-1 DOWMENT. j The member for Rochdale never acquitted himself better than on chis occasion. We give an extract from bis speech, which may be regarded as a ] companion picture to that of his perse-j, cution of protestants in France. I There are three different phases in which the church establishment prin ciple may be exemplified-that of per- \ seçution-that of ascendancy -"- and j that of indiscriminate endowments. If then, I can show you, as I hope to do that you have tried each of these in your ecclesiastical government of Ire land, and in each have signally failed, I shall have made'my ground good for asking you to review, with an eye, if need be to its abandonment, the pri mary principle of a policy so invariably' ' unsuccessful. Sir, the rudest form in which the power and authority of the state can be applied in support of the church with which it may chance to be united, is that of prohibiting, punish ing, and crüsbing adhérence to and profession of ...

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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." REFORM CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

*' For the opinions of Correspondents expressed here wa 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 differ from -cor own." EEFOB.M CONGBF.SS. Mr Crossman has forwarded the following letter, which we insert for the consideration of our readers. Sra,-Haring heard your appeal on Monday last to the Eureka miners, entreating them to support you in the establishment of a delibera tive congress for the advancementof local inter ests, especially that of the mining community ; and haring subsequently perused a pamphlet written by you in which your views and objects are more'diffusely enunciated; and being myself fully sensible of the urgent necessity there exists at present for a reforming hand to obstruct the accelerating tendency of our minining laws from becoming, as I apprehend they must needs un der the present system, a medley of unmeaning and urunteUigibLe jargon ; as wel...

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Post's Corner. SELECT. AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

.... .:<, . j_a-t» «t i.\A ACBTKjlÉfcBtA.* ' . . , > f Ides of fte Oriortï-Gardens of cIMaastt..:..'S Bis venturous safl, and solved it to tte world! Surpassing Tui^^i^m^jhroif;- ^ .-? Bat darkness veils thy, all of time save mom ¡ .. jjnshrouded in the shadows of the past, And secret in thy birth as is the blast ! If, when the waters and the land were weighed, Tty vast foundations in the deep were laid \ Or, midst the tempests of a thousand years, , ?Where through* the depths her shell the mer maid steers, Mysterious workmen wrought unseen at thee, ' And reared thee, like a Babel, in the sea ; If Afric's dusky children sought the sûil .! Came to thy blooming shores the swarth Ma lay;- . ' Tis darkness all! long years have o'er thee" rolled. Their flight unnoted and their tale untold. Bat beautiful thoa art, as fancy deems The visioned regions of her sweetest dreams ; Fair as the Moslem in his fervor paints The promised valleys of his Prophet's saints; Bright with the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

asuerttscwents. THIS DAT- j Horses i Horses!! | At Bath's Hotel, 12 o'clock. | WM. WATERHOUSE, is favored with j instructions from M ll. Baird, j Esq., to offer hy public auction, at Bath's j Hotel, a mob of Twenty Horses, broken to j harness, amongst which, there are a few ' " first (¿ass hacks," worthy the attention of j intending purchasers. j _Ho Reserve. _. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. | Horses and Unbroken Coifs. WM. WATERHOUSE has, been fa vored with instructions from M. H. Baird, Esq.,- to offer by public auction, at lindi's Hotel (of which due notice will be ' given), a mob of Twenty-eight Horses and unbroken Cults, from the Glenelg, all of which are direct from the breeder's hands. . _Ho Reserve. _I MONDAT, 27TH OCTOBER. j FHEHITHBE. CARVES & DALTON are .favored with instructions from Mr M'Ginness, at. the Ballarat Furniture Warehouse, opposite the Chamber of Commerce, Main-road, to sell by Auction, on tie premises, on Mon day, 27th October, at Twelve o'clock, 6 Washstands,...

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POLICE COURT. Saturday, 18th October. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M.) Monday, 20th October. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

POLICE COURT.     Saturday, 18th October. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M.)   Timothy Allgood was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Having been in custody since Friday even- ing, he was discharged. Susan Driscoll was brought up on suspicion of stealing a gold watch, the property of Arthur Blake. Arthur Blake stated that he was a miner, residing at Sulky Gully. The gold watch now before the court was his property. He lost it on the 25th of May last, between the Green Hills and Buninyong. He saw the watch at Kent brewery a day or two ago. He never authorised anyone to sell the watch. Charles Moile proved that he was a watch- maker residing on the Main-road. On the 11th   June, he cleaned the watch now before the   court for Abraham Simmonds. Abraham Simmonds deposed that he was a carpenter residing on Bakery Hill. On the 10th of June last, he purchased the watch from the prisoner for £3. He asked her where she got th...

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MONTEZUMA THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

MONTEZUMA THEATRE. The entertainments at this house on Saturday night were exceedingly varied and interesting ; and a well filled theatre rewarded the providers of the ample and delightful bill of fare. The performances commencéwi&theist entitled " Advice to Husbands,'' in which Mr Hydes, Mrs Deering, and Mr Shearers ft, as well as Mrs Hydes and Mr Walshe, managed to put every body in good humour ; while -teaching a'very - good lesson to husbands and wives in the art and mystery of extending to married life the courtesies, affections and joys of the* days of courtship and. the honeymoen. Then followed the overture ; after which Mr Laglaisesang " Ben.Bolt" with his usual accuracy and feeling; but our English ballads are more difficult to the foreigner than the most'elaborafe passages of the opera in his native tongue, and in this 6ensc we felt a want while listening to this talented singer. The aria Wie nae hie »t> der schulmer from Der Frietkuts, afforded Madame Bishop an...

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REVIEW AT ALDERSHOTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

REVIEW AT ALDERSHOTT. A review of all the troops within the lines took place at Aldershot*, in midst of a dismal downpour, of rain on the 8th of June, in the presence of the Queen and Prince Albert. The King of the Belgians, Prince Oscar of ^«d»W\^Tinuge,3 Baron "Statter heim, and Lord Panmure, all in mili tary uniform, also accompanied by the Boyal equipage ; whilst a brilliant ! staff of officers, as wet as if they had I been taken out of the sea, brought up I the rear. The Boyal - party rode ! leisurely along the lines, while colors were lowered and arms presented, and the band on the summit of the hill played the national anthem. The in spection concluded, the troops defiled past her Majesty's carriage, the bands playing the regimental marches. Not withstanding the . unfavorable state of the ground, the inarching of all the regiments was admirable. That of the Guards was beyond all praise. The proccession of their movements is wonderful ; they advanced like a scarlet wau, no man...

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LOCAL COURT. Monday, October 20th. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

LOCAL COUßT. Monday, October 20tA. \ present-The Chairman : and Messrs Baker, Ahrens, Tates, Coleman, and Thomson. Heaven and Party v. Thompson and Little' -Mr Rainy forplaintiff. William "R. Heaven, plaintiff, stated that he wanted compensation, for a fan eight guineas, and for loss-af time" £8, sustained by bim through the failure of defendants to fulfil Agreement to furnish said fan as per agreement. Defendants bad not supplied a good fan, and the party had to get one, and in consequence they had, eight of them^ lost a whole day each. Cross-examined-I think the fan you supplied had fair usage. As to the fly being lost m one night, it was an accident. I do not believe the fuá was destroyed by blasting a log near by. The furnishers were repeatedly told the fans were not adapted to the shaft. One fan broke at eleven o'clock at night, and at seven o'clock toe next morning defendant came to see about it; the other fan having broken down in the afternoon. Alfred Harper corroborated the...

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THE RETURN OF THE GUARDS TO LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

:A3ter an absence oï nearly iwo yeári läo^^n(rjti! ex|jerSerróe bf xhe p^nb abc vîéîssirïaWb^ tbrneá to. landon on the 9th of inly, and were received with such a display oï popular enthusiasm as has seldom, i ^er, been witnessed. TheihreeJbat tahons,' Grenadiers, Coldstreams, «mc Fusileers, comprising in ali about 320C men, left the camp at Aldershot at ar early hour of the morning, and traveller! to tie Nine Elms station of the Soutl Western Railway in foor special train! each containing 800 men. Lon? before the hour appointed fbi the arrival of the troops the intens) and excitement of the occasion had at tracted to the Vauxhall road, and thc adjoining localities a vast concourse ol spectators, all actuated by the same pardonable ambition of getting a " good place," from which to view the ap proachingspectacle. The spacious enclo sure within the precincts of the station Seemed to be one fluctuating mass ol life. Presently the drums rolled, the bugles sounded, the men fell into line...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

T> ALLARAT AÄD^EST^CK AN ' NU Al* RACE, MEETDx 1856, Under the management of , the Ballarat «nd Greswick Turf Club., T, 'Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, »nd friday, 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th of De cember. ."' Stewards: E. Tarrrrrr, ESQ. _ ( '.; C. W._SB3BAKD, Esa! " CAPTAIN HAIL, 40th Régiment. JJ/S. CASTE*; Eso. '" . ?' H. A. DOUGLAS, ESQ., W. WATESHOCÊE, Esa., Judge. . i Mr. G. E. BrKBTED, Treasurer. Mr. J. QUEHEY, Clerk of Course; j > - Moxs WottMAi», Secretary. ' FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, 15XH DSCBXBSB. Haiden Plate A sweepstakes of 5 sovereigns, with' SO sovereigns added, for. all horses and maxes sot having won au advertised prize of ¿30. Distance two miles : one event.' Weights, 2 years old, a feather ; 3 year old, 7,st. 12 lbs. ; 4 year old, Sst. 3 lb. ; 5 year old, £at 12lb. ; six year old and aged, lust, 31b. . Ballarat Town Plate. . A sweepstakes. bf .10 sovereigns, ' with 1.00 sovereigns added, for all horses and mares. Weights, 2 year old, 7st. 121b.; 4 year old, 9su 3fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 21 October 1856

_i-i-'-; i MESSES. FBANKS &C»:,~iHewnk Mittet Square, Geelong, *rèÂàvèi Agents, «¿a Säle and Defiverjr Agents^ «Dg Agent, fbt rüufl Jowtnaiaia geelong' .? : - .--i-' ,? B. JOHN ; DBEW :M Á^léx '^ journal at Creswick. ' MEW. B. SMITH,.ofvtâiéJïncra*» HOTBL, is agäat for this joamal &it. Buninyong* ?" . - - :. .".,; .- ! ^ MAUT BOM), BALLARAT. : i - . PEINTIXG in all ita branches executed, with care and fidelity, and in theneatest ' Banner, on the most economical terms.. BOOS WÖBS, TAXXWLETB, . . CIBCCXABS, CAEDB, BILL HEADINGS, AND HAKD BILLS, Executed tn a superior style. This Establishment possesses a great variety of LABOE TTPE, statable for POSTING BI J* LS, ; OftíielSfgcst dimensioiis, which can be fur nished immediately on order. Tttntíns In Gold and Colored Into. BLOSSOMS' Y ABD, Branch Booking Office, For Goods, FarMs, Swags, $e. ©auf to end from Melbourne and Geelong OCEAN PARCELS DELIVERY COMPANY. For Parcels at Uniform Rates. SV «H¿ from England, Inland, Sc...

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