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BOROUGH COUNCIL OF CRESWICIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
BOROUGH COUNCIL OF CRESWICIC. The usual weekly meeting of the Council of the Borough of Creswick was held on Tuesday. Pre sent-The Slayor, Councillors Whatman, Lewers, J3nssc-n, Moore, Rowell, and Davis. The Town Engineer and Water Inspector's reports were read and received. The Water works Engineer reported that the works were progressing very satisfactorily. Nineteen chains of the seveD inch pipes had been laid in Bullarook, and fifteen chains of live inch in Albert street. He also mentioned that the contrac tor wished to he allowed to substitute a standpipe with one arm instead of two arms, as specified in the contract. The Council decided that the stand pipe should be according to specification. Mr Amos was introduced and applied for a progress payment, which upon the signing of the requisite document by him, was ordered to be made. Messrs Wilson and Prout applied to the Council the former lor permission to repair cer tain premises occupied by hitn, and the other to object to th...
BALLARATSHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 15th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
BALLARATSHIRE COUNCIL. JFedneiriat/, 15th February, Present - The President and CrB Kinnersly, Nicholson, M'Phillimy, Swan, Beaton and Baird. Correspondence.-The Secretary read the fol lowing letters :-From the Returning Officer, South Riding, announcing Mr David Swan's return as a member of the Shire Council, the votes recorded at the election being-Swan 65, Bouchier 54, Miller 47, and Maclure 12. From the Siiire's Solicitor, asking for a cheque for the amount of sheriff's charges at the late road enquiries.-A cheque was ordered to be forwarded. From tho same, forward ing copy of proposal made by Joseph Wright's soli citor, asking the Council to give Wright the oldruad near his land in compensation for the mistake made in the Council's survey.-The Engineer stated that the survey in question was mathematically correct, as shown on the plan, the only mistake that had oc curred being in the Government Gszstte notice in the figures. From the European Assurance Society, re questing paym...
POLICE. DISTRICT COURT. Thursday, 16th February. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr M. M'Leod, Justice of the Peace.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
POLICE. DISTRICT COURT. Thursday, 1Gth February. (Before the Police Magistrate and .Mr M. M'Leofl, Justice of the Peace.l There were no charges on the criminal list. - Julia Wilson v Thomas Sheath, an information to bind the defendant to koep the pcace; Mr L«wis for the plaintifl, and Mr M'Curmack for the defendant. This was a quarrel between the plaintiff, the land lady of the Guiding S:ar Hotel, Sebast'opol, and the defendant, her husaand's Blepfather. The plaintiff stated that on the 9th instant the defendant entered the bar, and after having some liquor, commenced abusing her in the most insulting manner, and finished by threatening to bring some Tipperary men iind a Tipperary woman to tear her out from behind the bar by the hair of the heed. It appeared there was an old-standing quarrel between the parties, in consequence of which the defendant and his wife had been turned out of the house (as was stated for the defence) in the most unmerciful manner. Two witnesses were called ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
STORAGE. STORAGE. STORAGE. NOTICE TO FARMERS. 'ipHE undersigned are prepared to make liberal J. caBti advances on grain consigned to them for sale or Btorage, at their new brick stores, corner of Mair and Doveton Btreets, Market Square. J. V. TARTK and CO. f i iHE undesigned is prepared to make Casli it Advances on wheat, oats, and barley, consigned to liim for sale or storage. WILLIAM. EAVES, Agent for William Dogravos' guarantee! silk dressed flour. NOTICE TO FARMERS.-O'FARRELL AND SON, AUCTIONEERS, will visit any farm in tlio Coluny for the purpose of effecting Valuations or Sales by Auction. iiorae Bazaar, Armstrong street. NOTICE. r"jpHE SUBSCRIPTIONto the BALLARATSTAR JL is licduced io 15s. PER QUARTER, The rates are as follow : Delivered in Ballarat £0 15 0 per quajrter. By post 116 " Single copy 0 0 4 Summary (by post) 0 5 0 per annuizu Payable in advance. POST OFFICE NOTICE. The Overland Mail, per Madras, for the United Kingdom, India, China, &c., will close at this...
CIRCUIT COURT. CIVIL JURISDICTION. Thursday, 16th February. (Before his Honor Mr Justice Williams and Special Juries of four.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
CIRCUIT COURT. CIVIL JURISDICTION". Thursday, IGth February. (Before bia Honor Mr Juetice Williams and Special Juries of lour.) The remanded criminal cases were called on and bail orders made, after which tbe Criminal Court adjourned tine die, and the Court proceeded with the civil business for disposal. Birch and another v Coatee-Settled. Robins v Francis-This was an action of cjcct ment in w!ik-!i Mr Fellows, instructed by Mr Doward, of Kan Jail, Mitchell, and Doward, ap peared for the plaintiff, and Sir Aspinall, watched the case I or the defendant. The action was brought to eject the defendant from the occu pancy of a piece of land in Armstrong street, known as part of lot 9, sec 3, B:illarat. Proof was given of transfers from F. Ilitchins to Goddard, 25th Feb ruary, 18G4, and of Goddard to the defendant, as also from the defendant, on the 4th February, 18G3, to Quick and Hocking, and on the 13th July, 18G3, from the defendant to C. King, and on the 29th Sep tember, 18G4, from F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
ADVERTISEMENTS. PRICE SIXPENCE. In time for the Overland Mail. Of FRIDAY, 17th FEBRUARY, Contains: A CORN LAW FOR VICTORIA. GENERAL SHERMAN'S EXPEDITION. FREE TRADE ASSOCIATIONS. THE AGRICULTURAL CONDITION AND PRO GRESS OF THE COLONY. THE HEWS BY THE MAIL: A LETTER FROM PARIS. CONTINUATION OF T1IE AMERICAN WAR. SAVANNAH BESIEGED. THE CANADIAN FRONTIER THREATENED. PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCS. MIKING INTELLIGENCE. WEEKLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT, BALLARAT ANNUAL REGATTA. THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH: ALBERT CLUB v MELBOURNE CLUB. BALLARAT CIRCUIT COURT, THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. BOROUGH AND SHIRE COUNCILS. COMMERCIAL AND AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE. POLICE COURTS, AND ALL THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. PRICE SIXPENCE. OFFICE or LANDS and SURVEY, Melbourne, 21st January, 1865. A SALE of CROWN LANDS by public auction will be held at eleven o'clock of Tuesday, the 21st February, 1SG5, at the District Survey Office, Ballarat. The following lots will be offered: TOWN LOTS. BALLABAT. Situated in Drummond...
The Ballarat Star. DAILY ISSUE. FRIDAY, 17TH FEBRUARY, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
DAILY ISSUE. FIUDAY, 17tii FEBRUARY, 1SG THERE is a vico as well as a virtue of con stancy. This is one of the vices of the bloodthirsty banditti of New South Wales, for which we have to thank the vico of cowardice or connivance which seems to have emasculated alike the Government and the people of that disgraced colony. The feuds ot rival politicians in Victoria, as the battle of free trade and protection is fought in Parliament, debating club, or public meeting, may mildly excite the public mind with expectation of fresh absurdities and repeated ebullitions of well-kept hate, when opportu nity serves either debater or journalist as he rides his hobby or spits out his bilious venom. To call bad names and accredit with the meanest or the foulest ot motives, is an amiable exercise of decorous and civilised manners, and will please some readers or hearers; but what, are all these dull things to the spirit-stirring conditions of social life in New South Wales? And yet, after all, the d...
AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. F. EVERINOHAM-On the farm, Two Bridges, Win dermere, at one o'clock, crop, stock, imple ments, &c. CBASI DYTE-At the store, Lydiard street, at eleven o'clock, wines, spirits, groceries, &c. J. S. CAHVER-At the farm, at 12 o'clock, farm produce, implements, horses, bullocks, &c.
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
NEWS AND NOTES. The complimentary dinner to Mr J. B. Humffray, which came off last night, will be found reported in another column. William Price died in the Ballarat District Hos pital on Tuesday, death being caused by excessive hemorrhage from the sloughing of the principal vessels of the wrist, caused by injuries received from the explosion of a blast, about 20th January, in a quarry near Ballan, in which he was working. At an inquest held on Thursday, the jury found a verdict in the above terms. It appeared from the evidence of Samuel Luke that the deceased had come up from Geelong a few days before the acri dent. He got employed as a quarryman on the road, and after the accident walked to the Ballarat District Hospital. He was a single man, aged thirty-five years, and a native of Wolyerliampton. Mr Whitcoinbe, resident surgeon, gave the medical evidence. Messrs James Baker and William Henderson were fined two guineas each at the Circuit Court on Thursday, for non-appearance whe...
NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedules filed in Ballarat) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedules filed in Ballarat .) lemmas Hart, Durham Lead, miner. Causes of insolvency-LoBses sustained by him in a contract entered into with the Leigh Grand Junction Gold Mining Company, which he was obliged to give up on account of not being able to carry on the Bame; also, from being sued for goods supplied to carry on the contract, and not being able to pay the same; also, from sickness in his family. Liabilities, £49 4s; assets, £10 15s; deficit. £38 9s. William Timmermann, Ballarat, tobacconist. Causes of insolvency-Losses incurred in business from bad debts; from the sudden fill in the market price of tobacco; from the falling olF and depression in business, and from the pressure of cteditors, and from having iu the month of December last pest made an assignment to William Von der Ileyde, of Melbourne, wholesale tobacconist, in trust for his creditors, which said assignment did not contain the release agreed to bo given to him by his creditors in consideration...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] VICTORIA. DAYLESFORD, 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGUAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PEU GHEVIILE AND BIRD, REUTEK'S AGENTS."] VICTORIA. DAVLESKOUD, LGTLI February. Tbo D.iyleaford races ffere but lightly attended. For t!ie JTii Jen Piste there were entered Lidy Clare, Gay Lass, and Mustang. The last walked over. In the Turf Club Handicap, Woodman came in first, with Ellis second; Exile (late Odd Stocking) was distanced. The Selling Stakes were gained by Ivanhoe, followed by Nurdoo and Maiiboy. A colli sion tool; place on the course, and two horses were killed. J. Cross had liia collar-bone broken, and a bay named Sullen was iujured.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR. A HARD CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
LETTER TO THE EDITOR, A IIAKD CASE. Sir,-Allow me to insert in your ualuablo jour- i iml a few lines respecting a caBe of great hardship and injustice. Being compelled aa a witness to at tend in u case before the Circuit Court, and having come from Bendigo, where I reside, for that purpose, I am told on applying for uiy expenses that I would he allowed only for my two days'attendance in court, and the reason they assign for this is because I re ceived my sumnums whilst on a visit to Ballarat, although I hud my ci-rtifi-.:ate duly signed by u ma gistrate that I am a resident in Bendigo. I beg to ask you Mr Editor, what is the use of a magistrate's certificate if it is not sufficient evidence to rectify a mistake made in the drawing out of the summons?. Youni, &e., C. E. 15th February. A reduction in the Royal Marine forces is contem plated to (he extent of 7000 men. As a step towards Jt, the standard height hag been increased to 5 feet 7 lochce.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. Thursday, IGlh February. -Yarra, schooner, from Adolaido; Gem, schooner, Lady ttubilliard, schooner, from Bolfast; Isabella, Sea Nymph, barque, from Mauritius; Diadem, schooner, from \Yarrnambool; Fly ing Squirrel, schooner, Irom Port M'Donnell; City o£ Launceston, steamer, from Launceston. SAILED. Thursday, 1 Gth February.-Julia, schooner, for Port Frederick; Emma Pre.scott, brig, for Newcastle; Sea Shell, barque, for Willunjja; Guadaictte, barque, for Guam; City of Adelaide, steamer, for Sydney. rilOJIXTKI) DKI'AHTUKES. For London.-Truo IJrito'.i, --nd February. For Liverpool.-lioyal Standard, 7th March; Great Britain, 10th March; Wcllusly, Kith March. For Sydney.-Tho steamers of tho A. N. S. Com pany, regularly.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
i TEAM to ENGLAND. Whito Star Lino of Pack ^ cts.- For LIVERPOOL, to _ jSSaS Ba'l "tli March, the splendid Bcrew steamship, ROYAL STANDARD, 2032 tons register, AI for 22 years, G. II. DOWELL, Commander. Tho Royal Standard was built expressly for the Australian passenger trade, and is one of the strongest Bhips ever built, lier great strength having obtained for her tho classification of Al for twenty two years. Iltr accommodations for all classes of passengers are of the most perfect description. For rates of passage or freight, apply to LOKU1ER, MAIiWOOD and HOKE, Agents, 48} William street, Melbourne. cjj s I'lS&fil COMMO i_J NiCATION" BETWEEN GEELONG & MELBOURNE. ." VT&3 -Tho fast and favorite S.S. EXPRESS, Conveying goods and passengers, leaves the Moora 1 ool Wharf, Geelong, daily, at 8 a.m., returning from (he Queen's Wharf, Melbourne (foot of William street), at 4 p.m. daily, Sundays excepted. FAKES: Cabin 6s. Steerage.*,,.,.....^ 3s. Freight, ptr ton ...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 15th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
13ALLAKAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, latli rcbruary. I Messrs HEPBUHX aud LEONARD report Fat Cattle-The market this week was fairly supplied as regards numbers aud quality. Best beef realised 22s Cd per lOUlbs; medium, 15s to 17s (id; or say-best bul locks, £7 15s to £1); second do, £0 to £7; inferior, £4 to £5; best cows, £7 to £8; second do, £5 to £0. Our sales wero-7S8 head (for Messrs Learmoutli, Ercildoun) coarso aud generally inferior, at £6 0s; 27 pigs' meaters, at £2 Gs Cd; and 50 head (several odd lots) at from £.'1 10s to £0 10s; total sales, 15"> head. Fat Calves-A largo number of inferior quality to hand. Good com manded extremely high prices. We sold 21 at from 10s to 41s, according to quality. Fat Sheep-Prime quality aro in great demand, and would now bring high prices as compared to recent sales. The supply was an ave rage one. Wo quoto lest wethers 13s to lis Gd; second do. 10s Od to 12s; inferior, 10s. We sold for Mr F. Hamilton, Pentland llills, 451 wethers, ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT SHAKE MARKET. Thursday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT SHAKE MARKET. Thursday Evcnin Messrs James Smith and Walter Kington report tlio following sales made this day:-Dclianco, Sebastopol, £39 and £539 10s; Franklyns, Scotchman*, £15; St. George United, Kebastopol, £90, £95, £100, £90, £S0, and £90; lvosiaski, Carngham, £2; Prince Alfred, Wat sou's Hill, £31; Waterloos, Jerusalem, £10 on terms; Baud of Hopes, £125 half cash and half on a bill; Scottish and Cornish, £7 10s; Great Gulfs, £17.
SMYTHESDALE COUNTY COURT. (Before his Honor Judge Rogers.) Thursday, 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
SMYTHESDALE COUNTY COURT. (Before his Honor Judge Rogers.) Thursday, IGlh February, In the following causes judgment for the plaintiff was in each case given with costs, except when otherwise stated:-Begley v Kemp, struck out. Loughlin v Wilson ami oilier?, £3 103 Gd. Walton v Maxey, £3, struck cut. Bailey v Wilson, etruck out. Grime v Walking. £1 10s Gd, Roods. Clemen Bon v Boyd, £8; Mr Stoker for plaintiff, Mr Sted man (or defendant; postponed on payment of costs of the day. Stewart v Allison, f9 12s lOd, to be paid by instalments of £2 per month. Bailey v Hudson, £5 10s 6J; Mr Stedman for plointiff; struck out. Saengar and nnother v Bennett, £G 9», rocdical attendance; Mr Stedman for plaintiff Saenger and o.bers v Bruce, £5 5=; judg ment by consent. Same v Baird, £5 15s G.i; judg ment by consent. Same v Ruffl.'; settled. All Sue v Ls Hoy and others, £19 19s 3d, goods; Mr Stoker for plaintiff. Same v Kitson, £7 183 3d, Roods. Same v Long IIuw and others, £9 1B. Last v Ais bitt; st...
ST PAUL'S CHURCH, BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
ST PAUL'S OHTJKOH, BALLAttAT. The seventh annual meeting of the congregation of this church was held on Wednesday in the new schoolliouae. The llev. It. T. Cummins, incumbent, occupied the chair. The report of the committte (or the past year was rend and unanimously re-' ceived and adopted by the meeting. From this document we extract the following more important passages; In tho annual report submitted to tlio congregation at tho eloso of 1863, an anxious liopo was expressed by . ^ tho committeo that stops would bo taken to reduce tho . old debt in tho course of 1804. While various plans for ' this important end wero under consideration, this parish was afflicted by a disaster, happily for tho Church of England, unparalloled in tho dioceso. Tho church, upon which moro than £4000 had been ex pended, .within wliieli so largo a congregation had been gathered, and in connection with which such a largo measuro of financial prosperity had beon attained, was so far destroyed that its remo...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 February 1865
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. The following, from the Age, completes our re port of Tuesday evening's proceedings: 11ALLARAX AND BALLARAT EAST WATER COMMISSION INCORPORATION BILL. Oq tho order of the day for the resumption of the debate on the motion for the suspension of tho stand ing orders in order to obtain leave to introduce this bill, Mr Higinbothain suggested, as the better course to be adopted, that the bill should be referred to a select committee. When a report from such a committee was before the House members would bj in a better position to consider the merits of the bill. After observations from Mr Hopkins, Mr Greeves expressed his opiniou that no reasons whatever hid been given for the suspension of the standing orders, in order to allow the bill to be in troduced, and therefore he was opposed to the motion. In. his belief, the object of asking for the BU3pension was to prevent certain parties, who had a right to have their case cunsidered, from being heard. It would be...