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GLENDARUEL, BECKWITH, AND CLUNES AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 February 1865
GLENDARUEL, BECKYVITH, AND CLUNES AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A special meeting of the committee of this society was held at Cogbill's Creek on Monday. Theie were present-Mr G. T. Kemp (president), Messrs Shea ban, Spiers, and Oliver. The Secretary read the following communications:-From the Board of Agriculture, with reference to the board appointed by Government to aid intending exhibitors at the Dublin Exhibition, suggesting that the committee of the Glendaruel Society should undertake the collec tion of such samples of grain as may be considered fit for exhibits, &e. From Mr Lanaghan, stating that in consequence of ill health he must resign his position aa one of the committee of the society. Mr Lanaghan also stated that he would always endea vor to promote the interest of the association as much as in him lay, and hoped that he would in a Bhort time again be able to take part in the manage ment of its affairs. From the Carisbrook and North Western Province Agricultural Associ...
THOMAS BEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 February 1865
THOMAS BEAR. SIR.—I entirely agree with your remarks in the paragraph in this morning's paper. I was an eye- witness to the lad Thomas Bear's exertions in trying to restore the boy Holman to life, and I enclose half- a-guinea towards a present for Thomas Bear. Hop- ing the public will respond, and encourage the lad for doing such a noble act, I remain, yours, &o, 24th February. P.
BOROUGH COUNCIL OF BROWNS AND SCARSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
BOROUGH COUNCIL OF BROWNS AND SCMiSDALE. The adjourned meeting of this Council took placo in the new Town Ii&ll for the first time on Friday. There were six councillors present, viz., tlio Mayor, Crs Jackion, Garteide, Robeits, Oman, and M'Lean. A letter was read from tlic Survey Office, Bullurat, stating that certain lam's referred to by this Council would be recommended fur sale at an early date. A copy of the Four Towns Bill was laid on the table. A letter was read from the Town Engineer, enclosing valuation of certain workB on contract No. 21. The valuation was adopted, and it was decided that the contractors be paid the sum of £92 10s Cd in full of all demands. A report from the Inspector of'Nuisances was read in reference to butchers' slau '.htering licenses. The Town Clerk was instructed to writo to the Shire Council respecting the pinna for aliering tbe Broivnsvale Bridge. It was resolved to call for tenders for tha maintenance of the main Searadalo road for a period...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] VICTORIA. SANDHURST, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, RKUTER'S AGENTS."] VICTOKIA. SANDHUKST, 25th February, The election for the Sandhurst Mining Board, eg far as the Sandhurst division is concerned, took place to-day. There were four seats to fill and seven can. didates stood for election. Thero was not very much interest evinced by the mining community. The following is the order in which the candidates stool when the poll closed;-Colman, 483 votes; Richards, 29S; Hobson, 262; Blackham, 261; Leeds, 22G; Clay, 203; Tait, 167. The returns from the Hc.itli cote, Kilmore, Warranga, aud Raywood divisions have not yet come to hand. The official declaration will likoly be made about Tuesday. Beeoiiwortii, 25th February. This was tho third day of the Beechworth racrs. The following is a brief statement of the results: Borough Handicap - Huntsman, 1; Victoria, 2. Steeplechase-Donation, 1; Martingale, 2; llij>h llyer struck his stifle joint at the second fence iind pulled...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
NEWS AND NOTES. The Mining Bjard elections took place on Satur day at Buninyong, Stieglitz, and Mount Blackwood. The old members for Ballarat, Smythes and Cres wiek were returned, without opposition. In the Buninyong division Messrs Nettell and Lamb were elected, the returns being as follows:-Nettell-Bun inyong, S-f; Napoleon, 10; Durham, 25; total 119. Lamb-Buninyong, 22; Napoleon, 15; Durham, 70; total 107. Palmer-Buninyong, 20; Napoleon, 25; Durham, 31; total 70. A public meeting was held on Friday evening, at the Speedwell Hotel, when the residents of Little Bendigo numerously Gttended, to devise means to obtain roads for that localiry. A committee was appointed to act in the matter, and it was unani mously decided to have one main road made by Mr L ifven's store and crossing the creek somewhere about the Band of Hope claim. This road would eventually conncct the Springs district with Little Bendigo and Ballarat East. Five prisoners were discharged from the Penal Department duri...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 25th February, The sample of prize wheat exhibited at the late Agricultural and Horticultural Show 1ms beeu Bold at from 153 to 16s 83 per bushel. A parcel of 2000 bushels of wheat has been sold to day at Sa Gd per bushel. | The Iv.M.S.S. Alexandra sailed for lung George's Sound at threo p.m. with the South Australian English mails. At the City Police Court on Saturday, Alfred F. Winch, charged on a warrant from Uullarat with obtaining goods under false pretences, was brought up and remanded to that place. The number of passengers arrived at the Port of Melbourne by sea during the week ending Saturday 2Gth February, was 13G4, of which numhtr 76G were from the United Kingdom, and 59S from the neigh boring colonies.
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 25th February. The cylinders for the piers of the Gundngai Bridge have been successfully cast at the Fitzroy Iron Works. 4 ' The markets are very dull. Marian's ale is in request; brandy is declining; Jlartell's is offered at 7s 9d. Porter is scarce-7s is offered for parcels to arrive. Rice is firm at £20 per ton. llum is very firm, 3s 5Jd is asked, Arrived-E. Slum, from Melbourne; Yangtzo, from London. Sailed-Flying Spur, for Shanghai.
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Saturday, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
BALLAItAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. .Saturday, 25th February. MESSRS O'FAUItELL AND SON report Horses.-Tiie market |ivas again crowded with light horses, somo of which realised good prices, and others (tlio most inferior) sold cheaply. There was a limited number of medium draught colts and lillics brought for ward to-day, and they were readily bought lip at ex treme prices. There were no heavy draught colts and fillies in the market, which was never in a better stato for admitting a large supply of these. Upwards of 140 head were placed in our yards for salo to-day, out of which wo sold !)1 head at current rates; about 30, which did not realise reserve prices, wero withdrawn, and a number remained unolfeicd at the close of the sale, which wo continued till too dark to do iurther business. The bidding throughout the whole salo was unusually brisk, especially for really good draught horses and stylish hacks. Wo quote light draught colts and fillies at from .£10 to £13 : medium do, from £20 t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
G~0L0NIAL BANK OF AUdJL'KALiAbiA Incorporated by Act of Council, 1S53. Subscribed Capital, £1,000,000. Paid up do, £437,500. ThiB Bank allows interest on deposits at the fol lowing rates: Payable on Demand at 2i per cent per annum. Do at 1 mouth's notice, 4 ,, ,, Do 3 months' do, 5 ,, ,, Do 6 months' do, 6 " ,, Drafts are issued on London, Liverpool, and Man chester, as well as upon most of the principal towns of IRELAND and SCOTLAND. For its constituents the Bank takes charge of Go vernment Securities, Bank, Railway, or other Joint Stock Shares, and collects the dividends on same as they fall due. Gold purchased in dust, bar, or subject to assay. JOULv. HENDERSON", JIanager. Ballarat, 11th June, 18G-1. " STORAGE. SIORAGE. S 1'UKAliE. NOTICE TO FARMERS. ; '"jpIIE undersigned are prepared to make liberal I cus'i advances on grain consigned to them for sale or storage, at their new brick stores, corner of Hair and Doveton streets, Market Square. J. V. TivRTiC and CO. ' | ''Jil'j under...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
ADVERTISEMENTS. /? LBION GOLD MINING CO. (Registered). HL TENDERS will bo received up to 3 p m. on Tuesday, tlie 2St!i instant, for Supplying Four Poppet Legs, 70 feet long, and Timber for Engine Frames and Foundations. Specifications at the office, on the claim. AUCHD. CAMPBELL, Manager. USTRALASlAN GOLD MINING COMPANY (Registered), Pitfield Plains.-An Extraordi nary General Meeting of the shareholders will be held on Saturday, the 4th March, at 3 p .m. sharp, at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Happy Valley. Business - To consider the advisability of winding up the affairs of tho company, and to give instructions accord ingly. ALFRED OSBALDESTON, Manager. 7)UNLNYONG NEW G. M. CO. (Registered). Lj NOTICE.-A Call (the 7th) of 03 per IGOOth sharo is made and payable to the manager, at the company's office on or before the 1st day of March. N.B.-The manager will bo in attendance to re ceive calls and make transfers at tho office of the com pany on Wednesdays and Fridays. JAMES CHENHALL, Man...
BALLARAT SHARE MARKET. Saturday, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
33ALLARAT SIIARE MARKET. Saturday. 25th February. Messrs WaLBIJ, Weuio and MOORE, anil Mi' S. GOUJON report Tho busiest week ill ilio sliaro market since tho Christ mas recess lias just closed. A good deal of speculation lias taken place in Durham stock. Princo Alfreds, Lord Palmorstons and Franklyns changing liands repeatedly. Tho Springdallali companies liave been largely patron ised, and Daylesford mines promiso to resume their placo in public confidence. In tho homo district Ked .Jackets and Essex bavo been freely dealt in, and ad vanced rates effected for Band of Ilopo scrip, in conse quenco of tho still increasing yields. The following aro tho several yields and dividends reported :-United Ex tended Uandof Hopel'171 oz lldwt,week, dividend7s0d per scrip, new issue; Koh-i-Noor 1051 oz, fortnight, divi dend 10s; Great Extended 650 oz, fortnight, dividend Ids; Cosmopolitan 279 oz, fortnight, dividend 5s; E^sex 181 oz up to Thursday, dividend Ids; Buniuyong 330 oz, week, dividend ...
COUNTRY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
COUNTRY MARKETS. Creswick. -Flour is sold at the mill .it £22 per ton; pollard, 'is per bushel; bran, Is 2d do; and wheat bought at from 7s 9d to Ss -Id per bushel; hay, .t'3 lUs to .?3 15sper ton; oats, 3s -Id to 3s 8d per bushel; bud ding straw, £110s per ton; potatoes, i-'O 10s to £7 per ton. CluN'es.-Flour, .i'22 10s per ton ; oats. 3s 3d to 3s Sd per bushel; pollard, 2s 2d per bushel; bran, Is 3d per bushel; straw, £1 10s per ton ; potatoes, i'6 10a to A'7 per ton.
POLICE. DISTRICT COURT. Saturday, 25th February, (Before his Worship the Mayor and Mr M'Kean, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
POLICE. DISTRICT COURT. Saturday, 25th February, (Before bis Worship the Mayor and MrM'Keao, J.P. STEALIKG A Doo.-James Smith was brought up on remand charged with having stolen a sheep dog, valued at £6, belonging to one John Kennedy. Mr LewiB appeared to prosecute. The principal portion of the evidence had been taken when the case was last before the court, tliuremnnd having been granted for the purpose of bringing forward the person from whom the prosecutor purchased the dog. This man identified the dog as the one he had sold. In his defence the prisoner stated that he had purchased the dog for £3 from a drover, who was at present up the country and could not be in town for six weeks. Until then he was not in a position to prove that he had come honestly by the animal. Mr Lewis stated he was disposed to take the statement of the prisoner as correct, and if the dog was givtn up, as it had been identified, be would, with the leave of the Bench, withdraw the case. The prisontr of co...
BALLARAT MINING SHARE LIST. Star Office, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
BALLARAT MIXING SLIARE LIST. Utar Office, 25tU February. £ ISi 14 5Gs 11 171 17 'JO 10 10 13 3.', 18" 15 12.'. .10 42 IS ISA li 34 15 141J 2i 21 7s Cd 10 ii 30 21 S2-5 137-101 i.1.4 15" 111 20" 30 10i 17 1 20i-5 A 10" 23 12 2g 15s 6 19 1? 30 8i 45" 32* n 12 20 \ 7G-20I 9 12A 14j 21 3:> 7 10 Is Od 50* 42 193 27A 30 10a 8 53i 8" 3jf 311-20] 5 Company. Albion ... Alston & Wear. Avonclift Azimuth Atlas Ajax Bonshaw Band of Hopo... Black Hill Bal. Extension.. British liuto Britan., Carng.. Buninyong Buninyong Now Bal. Qtz., St.eg. Cosmopolitan ... Caledonia Cliryseis City ol' Glasg. Q. City of Manchea. Convention Cliffs of Old Tync Capo Clear Cleft in the Rock Cra;sus Commeralghip.. Canig. United... Corinella Comoora Creavey Clunes Q.M. Co. Clunes United... Defiance, Sebas. Durham, Swamp Duke of Corn wall, Durham. Dk. of Xortlium. Defianco, D'ford Dk. of Cornwall, Daylesford ... Iissex Enlield... L'sehequer I'ortuna Franklin Fear Not United Gt. Redan Ext'd Great Gulf Gt. North...
The Ballarat Star. DAILY ISSUE. MONDAY, 27TH FEBRUARY, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
DAILY ISSUE. MONDAY, 27rn FEBRUARY, 1805. At tlie last meeting of the late Mining Board the Four Towns Bill was brought under consideration, and objections were taken by some of the members of the Board to some of the clauses of the bill. It appeared that the object of the mover in the discussion of the bill was to assert the principle that borough authorities ought not to have power of control within their own borough boundaries in refer ence to ' the doings of miners. It was also laid down by the same authority that it is wrong to impose mun:cipal rates upon lands i or machinery held by mining companies. The grounds upon which it was sought to erect these principles were two :-that mining is an uncertain calling, and that it is the richest and paramount industry of the colony. These grounds, and the principles to be based thereon, may not appear to some minds to be logically connected, but it was stoutly asserted in the Mining Board that such a connection was existing, and was abs...
A JUDGE ASSAULED BY A POLICE MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
JUDGE ASSAULED BY A POLICE MAGISTRATE. Some particulars of a fracas between Judge Cope and Mr Barnard, Police Magistrate at Beeehworth, have already appeared in our columns, but as Mr Oope is known here, and the affair is in itself a sin gular case, we subjoin a narration of it supplied by by the Judge to a Beeehworth paper. His Honor writes:-" I see in your issue of today, in your leading article about the assault by Mr Barnard upon me, you state " that in the heat of a discussion concerning it, some words were dropped which hurried him beyond the bounds of strict propriety." My object in writing is not to take exception to the article, otherwise I might say that such conduct is usually described as " a ruffianly and cowardly as sault." I have allowed so long a time to elapse without making any public explanation, because I did not wish utterly to ruin Mr Barnard ; and, had Mr Barnard mode an apology to me immediately after the assault, I should have been satisQed if the Government...
MELBOURNE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REVIEW. Saturday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
MELBOURNE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REVIEW. Saturday evening. Export entries were prised at the customs to-day on 22 oz of gold for shipment as follows, viz.:-20 oz per Coorong, for Adelaide, and 2 oz per Gothenburg', for Uluff Harbor. Tho past week has been a very dull one in tho import market, and no movements of the slightest importance arc recorded. Tho great uncertainty which exists, as to tho ultimate fate of tho tariff, has tended, more than anything else, to bring about this result. Strenuous efforts aro beitigmado on all sides to induce tho Legislative Council to throw out a measure, tho result of which cannot fail ofboing very injurious to tho trade of this Port Subjoined is our usual weekly review of tho markets: -A fair trade has been doing in bulk ales and stout, although to nothing liko tho extent of former years. Tho colonial article is now brought so directly in compe tition with tho imported, and tho quality of tho former has of late so much improved, that very much less im...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
BIRTH. On Friday, 21th February, Airs T. F. Morre3, of a daughter. DEATHS. On Thursday, the 23rd February, At Lcarmonth, the wife of Mr Stephen Vaughan, deeply regretted. On the 25th February, Caroline, wife of W. H. Barnard, Esq, Receiver and Paymaster, of this town, in her 28th year. On the 25th February, at Ballarat, John Ayroa, aged 71 years, native of Ampthill, Bedfordshire.
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
MINING INTELLIGENCE. Saturday was a busy one at the Coroer, and o large number of sales were effected in some scrip, particularly Bonshaw, Gulf, Prince Alfred, Enfield, and Lord Palmerston. Some newly started com anies were also dtalt in at a premium, including Clifton, Crescent, and British Columbia, The fol lowing sales are reported by the brokers:-Bonsbaw, £185} Band of Hope, £120; Cape Clear, £1G0; En field, £120, £125, £127, £132; Kobin Hood, £100; Prince Alfred, £50, £52, £53, £55; Koh-i-Noor, £50; Red Jackct, £19 5sj Great Gull, £17 10a; Waterloo £17 2s Cd; Franklin, £14 5s, £14 10s; Cosmopoli tan, £12 cumdiv, £12 5s; Specimen Hill No. 3 South, £10; Unvtlcck, £8, £8 10s; £9 10s; Lord Palmerston, £6, £C 2s 6J, £7, £7 5s, £7 103, £8; Lalla Kookh, £5 15j, £G; Buninyong New, £5 5s; Loigh Grand Junction, £4 7s; Clifton, £2 7a 6d; Western Creek, £2 5s; Premier, £1 lis; Queen, at £2 premium. The Band of Hope Company obtained the follow ing yields for the past week:-Monday, 59 oz 17 ...
GEELONG WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REPORT. Saturday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 27 February 1865
GEELOXG WEEKLY UOMJIEKCIAL REPORT. Saturday evening. Thero has been a little improvement in trade during the week. In the produce market prices havo advanced on last quotations, as country orders are keeping stocks from accumulating. A considerable amount of inconve nience is still felt in entering goods at tho Customs, in consequence of the complicated nature of the new tariff and the general uncertainty that seems to pervade all its details,^ many of which entirely depend for their interpretation on. tho intelligence of tho officer in charge. The ship Frances Hcnty has arrived in port from Mel bourne, and is fitted up for tho conveyance of sheep to Now Zealand. Tho imports for tho past week comprise tho cargo of tho Natal, from Newcastle, consisting of 295 tons of coal, valuo £442, an additional ontry for tho Yarra, from Adelaide, for COO bushels of bran, valuo £37, to gether with sundry consignments from Melbourne and ships discharging in ilobson's Bay, received by rail and light...