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

h&^^m ^w&U-**o£ oa-nnir, I TO BCTCHEBS. " WM. WATERHOUSE' HvÜl sell ky public fcücÜoa. 'Aiß day, '20th October, at the Cattle Tarda, : sr 'knob - af ; - ? NO Io the ^apeeatsCgOBrt of the! T Colony oí victoria», T )? Scott, PlaintiSi s Wakh, 3>ofeßdaiit. - . -: TAXE NOTICE, that under and by vir tue of the abov« writ the Deputy Sheriff for the GeeloagCîrcuit District will cause to be sold hy '.^ubUc suction, on the premises öftneatXive-näm^ si tóatóin'EúréB»^^^ Bal-: larat, in. the said colony, at the hour-bf! three p'cîociîh'tbi afternoon, onTftnradfty. lajtèftfâûàp ^ÖJctober, instant,* : : -v £ ' *îA'îÀàiïîw~ôf luïusehoM furniture and snuidrleB. .tnwk" And qn Friday, the instant, at the hoM of^ o'clock noon,? -* i'-^^ , A weather-boarded twídiñglSituate "op posite the Camp, in ! thé Mainrroad, ^alla rai, aforesaid^ tíié r^rpnertV oï the 'above aaaied deTeùààntj-'uTûéss vdt execution be prerionsly snrikfiEd:*" eftî.C*iT Terms-Cash on the tall of the' hammer. mLil^...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How BRITANIA RULES THE WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

How :BRIIÄNEI JHJ&ES THE I - ? ; -WAVES."';. ;; .;? j we gave on. JLuesaay an account or the last wonder in English naval ar chitecture-the flteamship Great East- , «istern, now being built at London, -To-day, by way of contrast, we give an account of what the English papers call the Mosquito fleet-a good name. The mosquito may sting a giant to death; and these htde spitfires, with their long 68's and their fleet keels, if they did not capture a frigate, would, as they say down east, " worry " her tb death. They are like some of our Western steamers, and will run wher ever it is damp. They were con structed last winter to operate in "the Baltic, where vessels of heavy draught were of no use. These vessels num ber more than the United States navy, and in case of a war with us, they could devastate our Atlantic coast from Maine to the Gulf. The idea of their : armament-a long heavy Paixhan, | mounted on a pivot so as to sweep the horizon-was borrowed from us Daring the Mexican...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PRICE OF TWO POTATOES IN 18—. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

THE PRICE OF TWO POTATOES IN 18-. The following anecdote of the first Napoleon-this necessity of discrimi-* naring between two Napoleons is a little inconvenient-is related in a letter from a correspondent, who was a considerable time in the French mi litary service, and who vouches for its authenticity. We might say of it, " Se nou e vero e ben tróvalo." The evening hefore the battle of Ulm, when Napoleon the First, in company with Marshal Berthier, was walking incognito through the camp, and listening to the talk of his sol diers, he saw in a group not far off, a grenadier of the Guard, who was roasting some potatoes in the ashes. " I should like a roast potato above all things," Baid the Emperor to the Marshal, " ask the owner if he will sell one." In obedience to the order, Berthire advanced to the group and asked to whom the potatoes belonged. A graua dier stepped forward and said " They are mine." " Will you sell me one ?" " I have only five, and that's hardly j enough for my ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIERY CREEK. (From a Correspondent.) October 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

I FIERY-CREEK. | (From a Correspondent.) October 23rd. \\T& ïtav» Kaon Aorfamlv rorrr Anti liara fm some time past, bat "from appearances I think that we are about to shake otf the lethargy and take up our proper position among the gold fields of the colony. The conviction has been long entertained that we have never given this district fair play, inasmuch as our deep sinking, though proved ' to be rich, being wet, and of difficult working, has never been entered on with the energy and mechanical advantages and aids which have proved so useful on "other gold-fields. Last night a step was taken in the right direction. A public meeting was held at the Golden Age ! Hotel, when the following resolutions were adopted unanimously : 1. That a Company be formed to apply for an extended grant of ground, when the work was abandoned last winter, through the heavy water, and that that the aid of steam-power be used in working the ground. 2. That the company consist of shareholders, of £...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GEELONG INSOLVENT COURT. Wednesday, Oct. 22nd, 1856. (Before his Honor J. H. Mercer, Esq., Commissioner.) IN RE F. HITCHENS, BUNINYONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

' GEELONG rrTSOLYENT COTJET. ;. . . Wednesday, Oct/22nd, 1856. XBefore his Honor J, H. Mercer, Esq.t % ". ? Çonuni8sioner.) ? . . Cf BB P. HITCHBNB, BUNINYONG. , Oertincate meeting. : .Ihe, insolvent made the'usual affidavit. * - "" This has been the third insolvency of this insolvent.; .His liabilities; (unsecured amounted to £J6,000, ,and the amount of assets réa}ize¿d -was £61Gs\ ^d- , The insolvent said 'the causé pf his in solvency was behaving dmcbuñfed accept anees which-hsd'not been honored. The insolvent .. had . -been., Jiving; in . the employ, pf one of the debtors to :the estate, since the 'last" meeting. He r said' he was only employed'by that debtor as the. agent of h third party. - ; ??- - 'ff - '?. The Commissioner said it was the most extraordinaiy;msolveney. It was evident that the uisplvent must have speculated to « very-great estent, and he regretted that Jie had nor/ pó'werto mark' Ids''sense of the ^nsolveniíe' conduct, which .he considered: was'disgracefui toa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BALLARAT GOLD CIRCULAR. 25th October, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

BALLA.UAT GOttffïIBCTJLAB. j Sises par imt rcraort g^ ^lus eEgotir ad vanced in price, the umks^vh^discoirtniued tito arrangement of not eocoeenlag a fiad price. From £3 17«. 3d. to JE3 17«. Gd. h now the purehaong rate ; bat daring the past week there hat not been mach ottered for «ale. . The gold office retaros shew the following result ozs. dwi». £ s. d. From Ballarat to Melbourne_ 11,047 15 8,310 O 0 Creswick to Melb. 1,067 IS OOO Ballarat to Geelong 2,468 10 145 0 V Creswick to Geelong 0 0 0 0 0 Total. 14,584 0 8,465 0 0 DEPOSITS. There were on de posit 12th Oct... 48,306 10 1,856 0 0 Deposited this wk - 3,978 10 0 4 0 Wukdrawndo. 4,375 fi 0 0 0 Balance 18th Oct. 47,909 15 1,856 0 0 BANKEN & DOUGLAS, Gold Brokers, Ljdiard-strect, Township.

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

NOTICE TO TENDERE BS. THE Tender whick has been accepted for certain additions to the office of this paper ia that of Samuel Bradley & Co.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUMMONS CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

ntota for keeping * store open on*Snn¿aj-. The defendant «mid he had. left -hi* «tore ia the care of of his brothex «ha wa» aót gware that he vas bxeakug the lair. The defendant was fined £S. , Dimant y. Carmichael-Thia , was a son nions for allöwing pigs t» ? be at large apon the Township. - c , j -¿rt The defendant said, that the pigs had Btrajed accidentally. ; .. , . « - Defendant was fined 6s. and 4s. Od, coats. B efore Vf. Turner, Esq., S.M., and die Besident Warden.) . ; . : Smith T. Levy-This was an adjourned gammons for the illegal detention of a cer- ] tain silver watch.. ; It appeared that the complainant had pawned the watch with' the defendant for fl. A third party had afterwards gone to Mr Levy's shop and made a statutory de claration that he had lost lost the duplicate apon which he was allowed to redeem the watch, subsequently the real owner of die' watch produced the duplicate, and it tamed out that the statutory declaration was false. The question then arose as to ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

MARRIED.   On Wednesday, the 22d instant, Mr   Henry Carpenter, Queen's Arms Hotel, One Eye Gully, to Miss Annie Moreland, late of Melbourne. BIRTH. On the 24th instant, at Ballarat, the wife of Mr. Edward Bullock of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

LIST of Letters detained for Postage at - lb* Ballarat Post Office:- . Sept 26.-Appleby, Mrs, Ballarat. Sept. 29.-Postmaster-General, Melbourne; Judd, John, Sydney ; Warley, W, IS. S. Wales} Overseen, T D, Sydney ; M'Leod, James, Beechworth ; Curtis, Thos, Castlemaine ; Tar- ? ney, MicbL Bank of Australia, Ballarat ; "Wil son, R S, Melbourne; Posbnaster-General^ Melbourne; Bumdgc, Melbourne. : September 30,-Mann, PcterlSenduo; Polk* inborn, lames, Sydney; Rowlands, ES, Mel bourne ; Mays, Mrs, Melbourne. October 1.-Greig, E N, Melbourne; Thompson, "Wm, Melbourne ; B.A.M, Ballarat; Schutt, H, Adelaide ; Fare & Co., Geelong; - Byan, Thos, Melbourne. . - October 2.-Mullen & Brawn, Geelong; Don aldson, SamL Sydney ; Landlord of the M'lvor Hotel ; HoUan, Robt, Adelaide; Stonebass, S,. Geelong; M'Kinnon, Miss L Geelong;.M'Sy-* mon, lohn, Melbourne ; Moblery, lohn, Castle maine. October 3. - Batters Alex, New South Wales ; Coleman, lohn ,F,Ballarat ; Surveyor- - I General, M...

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THE EAST INDIA AND CHINA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

TfflS EÄST INDIA/&ifo:'GHS&& ASSÖ ; ' TittS^issocï&tiOTi has jùsfc^ comparative-statement of thc irómber of ships¿ r_ . both British and foreign, with Üieir, agrégate . - J tonnage, jentered mward and cUi^ Outward with ter^ fiwm and to places wh^m fte - of ¿the' JSast liidb' Cèmpaiij^Fcharterv from 1st 1 .of January, io the 30th June,, iS^iand 1856 : . A^rdingto^ -inwaró, the ¿ort of landon .-shows ^'increase , of 21 vessels, with a capacitypf 48^3 lons"; thé difference between 463 Tesse^'-withSSl^ZS 'r tons and 484îTéssels, with^01y466 tons.--fáf-~ .the case of liverpool, there httitàxtas&vt&fT J vessels, .wiih-. a capacity, pf 58,049 tons; fhe,a 'arrivals in the "former p^nod'lia^ritojb^tfi>?3 vessás^'tritji 85,502 fenland itfralatytf ITS vessels, with 143,551 ions; .*. 2ï&%târW-6»rvr the port of Bristol ^eihibit a decrease: ef.Jior vessels, r with an iucrease in c^paq^ pf,-S562 tons; ,tfa¿ difference between.: 23 vessels,...

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MELBOURNE. (From our own Correspondent.) 23rd October. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

MELBOURNE. j (From eur own Correspondent.) - 23rd 0ctoDCr ju-ciuuuxuu lias oeuii fc-(J¿r- m TÍ siai-e oí pal nilli excitement during the afternoon of yesterday and the whole of this day by two ghastly tra gedies, which followed, the one quietly on the heels of the other. First the news of the bar rack murder and suicide got into circulation, and spread from one end of the citv to the other with the speed with which such rumors are known to fly. Thc story was in the mouth of every one, and was related with such addi tions, implications, and further particulars, as the imagination of thc gossip-monger could originate. There certainly was no need for any embellishment. The bare facts surely ought to have satisfied the cravings of the most greedy appetites for the horrible. Three Murders and a suicide, almost in one act, and under such un precedented circumstances, was enough to make the blood of the listener run cold as the story was related : and, if the results have j as yet been les...

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NATAL. (From the Correspondent of South African Commercial Advertiser.) D'Urban, 4th August, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

(From &.<^irs«^yF<jNi J/H¡U luiï&j &rPW fflv iSPfcto "Eng-laun ire t ibes»» * MM1 " day^ ind esla^^'J^'^^^^ after, he^.^rríval^j^ <"Spper; be^ne.,. From; your jwr} tmd Algo* iUy, iwCi baye, iii Charlotte ou Ihe ^m^tma^^aad? yesterday $hé*^]nà) the Besso-SçjnghV SQw. Charlotta wffl leäve'Äi her renn» Voyage about itojàhn-tenfc - ^1 J^^3ii< -. - T&ersugsr. iphwfcetst am > Juad^eatwtidbW mannfactoiDg the sugar, which is^af ft' ígua^to; ; hag erected his steam engine, which works, sd-r rahWyj' aM 'cédáinly the sogar7 mkznfactarcd by hisToülisof sa quality ^'oppearance^anâ^ rèed.by nonetimtl' any , other part«£. taste is any tñSMwyí have ever-seen;] the \roild. The'sugarfran theUinblau.ís «hd eîftnlbstadh^ , ~ *' " ~ 'i Partiesare on the jut wee ta ïhow what t'ae b^s'uhèrt-,??.fjamtf* wüt be¿ as itb\a sto». which, theyhara;been cK^adfûu^asa.t^por&ry,. church ismahout "po be sold7VX_am afrsud tho, breac...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRESWICK. (From our own Correspondent.) 24th October, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

- I CRESWICK- _ j liront our oten Correspondení.J 24th. October, 1856. j Tlie Local Court could not sit on Wednesday last, in consequence of the Chairman's absence, our Warden haring been summoned to Mel bourne, it is said, on government business. I have very little niiuing news to commu nicate from this immediate neighborhood.. The lead has again been lost on Portugese Flat, and the population Aere is thinning fast ; many going tu Sulky, and others to some ground j behind the late Seven Stars public house, on tbeJLong Point Boad. The miners, with that love of classical language which so eminendy distinguishes them, have elegantly christened the place Bloody Gully-not from any san gui- ' nary tragedy having occurred there, but simply i because the stuff ia of a blood red color. The 1 sinking is from thirty feet upwards. Two whims are already at work, and the place is beginning to assume a bustling appearance, j Long Point has for years been the fa vorite spot in summer time, and if ...

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DARING ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE FROM THE HULKS. ONE CONVICT SHOT DEAD, AND TWO OTHERS DROWNED. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

.ONB~<Gtohátii SHOT *»SiD, A>*D TWO OTHEBfi j . '. DBÖWNED. ; Wednesday Evening, Some conracte belonging to the pénal hulk .Preddent, made a desperateattempt this even-, mgto estapßi 'as thej were being conveyed in boats trorn the shore, >çhere they had oeen at work, to Ihe'TresmenÇ By á sudden moTe ment «n4hé port of the desperadoes, the offi cer in charge pf the boats, were throwa over board, but were fortnnate^^ ing. One of ftie convicts wie. shot througli t£e. head and k^eif on the spot, and t wo others' were precipitated into the' water during thc conflict which ensued, and . were drowned. The notorious Melville, was in the¡"boat at the j time, hilt whether betook any.active part in the | ¿tfair, I aol at present ¿hable to gather i Ser- ' .géant ^aroy/ of :WÎUiamsjWwhî" s wï^*eoiBé" do^men^ui^y. nmst^M- to^rcader essist ance.-Argus, ? _?" .

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FRIGHTFUL MURDERS AND SUICIDE, COMMITTED BY ENSIGN PENNEFATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

FÄIGHTFUL MUÄDEßS AND, SUICIDE, COMMITTED BÎ * ENSIGN PEÎfXE FATHEB. J Yesterday^ ráfw3rnooni " in the Melbourne bar racks^ as thénfficers were'returningafilOT^ , Ensign Pennefather, aimed with a revolver, met Ensign Lucas just as -bc was .entering tie USieers' quarters^ and shot Lucas: through tl», head, the batt lodging 'in" {he neck.'- Penned, j fatiier then shot Ensigu'Yietn,' the ball lodging" in the roop of -the ínouth."- The' wretch'then : ?? levelled the revolver at assistant-surgeon E. W. >Jacáuley¿ and shot him dead instantly. After this 'Pennefather shot himself through the . head, thc batt passing through the ear and. lodging in the' ¿kull Pennefather was still alive at 8 p.m. ;An ope-, ration hadheen performed by Dr Lucas and Dr ? ¥ot&, and tim batt-extracted, but his 'recovery is judged to be^impassible. Ensigns Lucas:aud. Yieih, it is thought, wüTrecoveri Macaulay, as iü^eadystated, tellyñead ínstánth-;'"He had been an invalid for some time, not having quit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

3local jtnttUitgence, A RTOAWAY HORSE.-Yesterday (Friday) morning, a baker's horse took fright in thé Main-roád, near the Colonial Bank, and dash ing along the crowded road, ran foul of a bul lock-dray, opposite to the London Chartered Bank, breaking off part of the back portion of the dray. The concussion capsized the cart, scattered the baker's loaves, unseated the baker, broke the wheels, broke both shafts, and libe rated the maddened brute, which, with one of the shafts dangling at his heels, and followed by a pack of nogs, darted along the road in thc direction ot the Red Hill, to the great ter- ' ror and danger of the passers-by. THE CoiirvG CENSUS. - The Government contemplate taking a census of the inhabitants of the colony at thc close of thc present year; the month of December being spoken of as that from which some day will be selected for this important purpose. The List census was taken in the year l&oi. Circulars have been sent by the Census Commissioner, to th...

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POLICE COURT. Thursday, 23rd October. (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

POLICE COURT. Thursday, 23rd October. - (Before W. Turner, Esq., S.M.) Alexander Lawson was fined 20s., or 24 hours' imprisonment, for being drunk. Samuel Cinnamon and Kenrick Jones were brought up on a remanded charge of assaulting Henry Jones. Mr Cope, who appeared for the prosecu tor, stated that the defendants had nade an apology for their conduct, and the pro* secutor did hot wish to press the case any further. . ' . The defendants, who had been out on bail, were then discharged. George Parson was charged with desert ing his wife at Geelong. Constable Thomas Smith, stationed at Smythe's Creek, stated that, on the 21st instant, he arrested the prisoner at Smythe's Creek, on a warrant issued, by the Geelong Bench. i The prisoner was then remanded to Gee I long. John George Tait was charged with em bezzling 10s, the property of William Fare, of Geelong. Mr Dunn defended the prisoner. Detective Hyland stated that on Wed nesday the prisoner surrendered himself to him. He had a warra...

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TREASURER OF THE BALLARAT HOSPITAL IN ACCOUNT WITH GENERAL COMMITTEE. From June, 1854, to September, 1856, RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

¡i bj; in* ^ravernim^ io,. we; jiáunorfck^ ^-^JbrÄatiOB ot «he paper-comt' .pletipa t>f the bmlding anmunts in the aggre gatejtojjEliS».- ..,noii 4.,-v ' insider it oar* duly ^0 express pur dis ? satisfecfio'u withlhè^ we do not uuhk' Äst hechas ^Operated ' with ] iUSi SO as *o promote the hestintarests of his em- \ plovers. Much of ^e;work wMeh hehasprp-; houneed ,88. being . J?rp|(edy2 performed, being * j according yo 'our opinion"executed in a1 most, ¡unsaasftist^ allof whiéh'%ás pointed: out^ him by us ^ ûie workprogi-fissecL ; ' * . - JAMES ÓDDÍB. . , .. "' Jk*¿ES CUMÍUNS. ' '.'* " -'-' 'Jikas & DotrGtAS. Sir"^Hver ntóv&l-f'hc adoption bf Öle report, j and urged upon the tomes; as - they were ia diyidddlj benefitted. from the establishment of ian Hospital, to cóme .forward and support it cDr ifebsto^ seconded the adoption of the report, aRd said'that eran in cases where a mmer coiddjpayc _fb"r medicalattendanceit was; much better .that he should be remo ved ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Star — 25 October 1856

jyj_ ^Buildings, Yarra-street, (^lon&as? an ¿¿verüssu^ Agent-for 4hÍB .iJqpny¿. j JOH* .-sagf .%:^i¥ßd journal «i. Cresjnek, and v^it S flaltY-_ ????? - /-?. j»-rt .ii<r?j JjJL 'Bormni fa agenifor.Üusjouriial ¿tl Buninyong-'^_"".".- ,- , MAIN ROAD, BALLARAT." 0 PETSTÖTG ia aft ÍÉS traadles eñcnf¿0 Trith 'carc andr&ác£ty, and in &e neatesta manner, oníje'íiost económicai terms. : Njij COOK VOBK, P A raV.En.BTB, C3ECT3XABS, CABDS, T ^, BILL HEADING8,H^H) HA$1>ÇHâ^' Executed in a étipúriur ety le. v- . ? :, ; -~^É¿- " * ,'*r: This Extablishjntnt pastettä&sg POS TI H ?h B KliS, Of the largest dimensions,, "which can i« fur nish^ immediately on order, rrinting |s ©old and Colorea Inks. ILOSSOIS' YÄBD, Branch Booking Office, For Goods, Pártete, Stpagrs, /gc. Daily to end from Melbourne and Geelong CEAN PARCELS DELIVERY COMPANY. Por Parcels at Uniform Sates. Te and from Jfagland, Ireland, Scotland. §c. Office on Ballarat, Main-road, opposite Br...

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