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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREFILLE AND BIRD, RETUTER'S AGENTS.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [Ps* GaarriiB AS» BIRD, KECTER'S AGENT».] HEW SOÜTH WALES. SYDNEY, 6th Januar)". ?»virgrajjiuc commiinication widi Albury was i resumed at 8.30 a.m. j ; The better eorts of fleece wool-were in demand yesterday, and soldat a trifle higher than last week's rate«.' " .? > Th«« is DO change to note in the cattle and «heep market., ?* '? ?" .? -li "' It is reported that the Government will meet Par liament -without a Treasurer (the bue Treasurer, Mr .Es^ér, 'not having been re-elected) ahd.wjll theil resigo. ".."> / ? . ",. The Government has -declined to remodel the pilot service. ' t ; ' Mr Marthiliad a majority, of «8 wheahe was i elected thu time for the Lachlan. Mr W. Bean «old by.auottoa yesterday the cargo |io£-; angara «x .Jureras, from- Mauritius ;-Rations brought ^9-lbs to JE38J low1 to inedinm coanter^ \£äsi'to JÈS5Ï! fine: counters ¿36 : to £38 lOsj anti íwÍmaye%ÍB £^}¡ó.§*í. Healaneold considiîrabie ! parcels of teas and groceries at late rates....

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
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MR CHERRY'S MONSTER SWEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

MB" CHEREY'S MONSTER SWEEP. SIB,-Ia your issue of 21st ultimo appeared a. letter from Mr Cherry, replying to one your were .. kind enough to insert for me on the day preceding, and concerning the above sweep.- Mr Cherry in his letter accuses me of acting untrnthfolly, and of dis torting the facts of the case in my letter of 20th ult. "Sow, IjöU confine myself entirely to Mr Cherry's own letter, which, in my opinion, realty and fully substantiates the charges and facts as were given in. my own letter. In first place,- Mr Cherry, in bis letter, does not deny (nor can be honestly and con scientiously do so) that I bought and paid for prima rily ticket No. 80, and owning the horse Illumina tion in bis great sweep, which ticket he sold a second time. In his letter Mr Cherry admits he is not pre pared to deny but that he might have been guilty of an act of negligence in not putting paid tn this name (Ogle's) on issuing the ticket; he admits bis own memory would not (I agree with him here)...

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SMYTHES DISTRICT QUARTERLY MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

SMYTHES DISTRICT QUARTERLY MIMING REPORT. Tbe following statistics for tbe quarter ending, 31st December, are furnished by the District Mining Surveyor, Mr john Lynch. POPULATION. Europeans. Chinese. Total. Alluvial miners. 3079 600 3679 Quartz miners . SO - 80 MACHINERY. Steam Engines. Whims . Horse Pud<lling¡Machines Quartz Mining Aggregate Idle, h-power. 13 1700 7 - At Wort. 71 14 75 6 2 150 The total value of the mining plant is £80,000. The number of square miles of alluvial ground which is being or has been actually worked upon is forty. The quantity of quartz crushed during the quarter from the Britannia Company at Carngham, and at a depth of 880 feet, was 29S3 tons, yielding in the average 10 dwt 1} gr per ton. From the Result Company, Carngham, at a depth of 160 feet, 1769 tons giving an average yield of 6 dwt 16 gr per ton since the 24th September. The quantity of gold produced in this division (No. 6) from the 1st January, 1864, to the 1st January, 1865, from a...

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COUNCIL OF BROWNS AND SCARSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

COUNCIL OF BROWNS AND SCARSDALE. Toe osual fortnightly meeting of this Council took place on Thursday, at which six Councillors out of the nine were present, viz., the Mayor, Onan, Jack son, M'Lean, Young, and Roberts, The report of the works committee was laid on the table in reference to contract No. 21, tbe making the road between tbe Blackswan Hotel and the south boundary. In this it was stated that the work bad not been properly carried ont, and recommended that BO more money should be paid oa it until properly completed. It was resolved, on the motion of Cr Young, and seconded by Cr Jackson-"That the report be received and I adopted, and the Town Surveyor be instructed to see that the contract be carried ont strictly in accord ance with the plans and specifications." On the considerations of appointing a revenue officer the following resolution was carried-"That it is highly necessary that some means be adopted for protecting publicans paying^licenses in this borongb, and that...

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EASTERN POLICE COURT. Friday, 6th January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

EASTERN POLICE COURT. i Friday, 6th January. ] {Before the Police Magistrate.) j XiisOEBT.-D»nd Bvland, an oldoilender, who* bad been but convicted on the charge of having'] stolen a leg of mutton, vas charged with purloining ! a door mat from the shop door of Mr A. F. Bowe, Main road. ~ The prisoner had only been discharged from gaol a few hours when he committed the rob bery, and the only excuse he could offer was that be. was the worse of liquor at the time. When in ihat condition he could not, he said, keep his-hands from thieving anything that came in his way. He pleaded hard for another chance, in order, as he said, that be might get to Melbourne. He sought to mitigate the enormity of the offence by, stating that the mat was of no use to him. . His acquaintance with the pawn shops, however, wat well enough known to convince the Court of the falsity of this statement, and he was sentenced to three months'imprisonment. CAUSE LIST. Dingan v Dingan; no appearance. Mitchell v Mylae...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

STORAGE. STORAGE. STORAGE. NOTICE TO FARMERS. ri>HE undersigned are prepared to make liberal J. cash advances on grain consigned to them for sale or storage, at their new brick stores, corner of Mair and Doveton streets,-Market Square. -_ J. Y. TAHTB and CO. TO F ARMEES. rn í\ (~\ SYBUSHELS of WHEAT WANTED. Ov.UUU The undersigned has been instructed to purchase for cash the above quantity of Wheat, tor Messrs Wm. Degraves and Co., Melbourne, delivered at the Ballarat Station. _WILLIAM EAVES, Armstrong street. M"*HE undersigned is prepared to make Cash A Advances on wheat, oats, and barley, consigned, to him for sale or storage. WILLIAM EAVES, Agent for William Degraves' guaranteed sjlk dfessed flour._ NOW BEAUT. .. . . FOBUS FOB THE REGISTRATION OF DOOS ia January. PRICE ONE PENNY. To be Ead at this Office, and cf all booksellers NOTICE.-Intending Subscribers are respectfully informed that the new .Quarter commenced on the 1st inst. All persons indebted to this office are particu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

AUCTION SALES. THIS DAT. HEPBDHH UB ÜBOHAKD-At their yards. Bath street, at 12 o'clock, hones, &e» . . O'PaBBSix. JLBD SON-At their yards, .Armstrong street, at 12 o'clock, horses, stock, vehicles, &c ADVERTISEMENTS. PRICE SIXPENCE. . ? i ; Of FRIDAY, «th JANUARY, ' _ ' Contains: THE OLD YEAR AND THE NEW. ABSOLUTISM: AND REPUBLICANISM, THE FRONTAGE SY8TBM. - ; . ; STIMULATED ? ENTERPRISE. ' THE BOXING-DAY "FESTIVAL AND ITS ULTERIOR OBJECT. . OUR NATIONAL MUSEUM* WEEKLY AGRICULTUBAL BEPOBT. MINING INTELLIGENCE. LATER FROM AMERICA. BALLARAT CALEDONIAN SOCIETY: Ali NU AL GATHERING. SUNDAY SCHOOLS PICNIC. PICNIC AT LAL LAL. EOBBIBLE MUBDEB AT DAYLESFORD. FATAL ACCIDEHT IN STURT 8TBEET. INQUEST ON THE BODY. COURT OF MINES. POLICE COURTS. THE MINING BOARD. THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. THE VOLUNTEER REVIEW. BOROUGH COUNCILS. COMMERCIAL AND AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE, ARD ALL THE NEWS OF THE WEEK _PRICE SIXPENCE._ TUESDAY, 10th JANUARY. Five-room Verandah Cottage, Outbuildings, ...

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CROWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

I CHOWN LANDS SALE. A sale of <>ownlAna« wa» held on Friday at -the ; District Surrey Office, Sturtatreet. Mr W. H. Crane j officiated as auctioneer. The following are the par ticulars : - t."..-.,.,. . ' r Tows LOTS, WABBKHHEIP, OOUBTX or a SAHT, PARISH OF-WAB BX5HEIP- - Situated in the Township pf Warrenheip, on the road fruin Ballarat to Melbourne -ria Ballan, near'the Bailway Station Reserve. Upset price £8 per acre. The three lots advertised for «ale were withdrawn. SUBT/RBAS LOTS. ; COÜHTT OF TALBOT, PARISH OF CLOVES. Situated three miles south-west of the Township Boundary of Clunes. Upset price £2 per acre. Allot 12, sec 3, 13a lr 19p. John Pickford, £2 per acre. Allot 15, sec S, 18a 2r 10p. John Pickford, £2 per ' acre. COUNTT OF TALBOT, PARISH OF EBOTLTJOUN. Situated et the Springs, on the road from Lexton to Ballarat. Upset price for unimproved lots, £4 per acre; for improved lots, £10 per acre. Allot 12, sec 33, la lr 37 l-10p. Withdrawn. Allot 30, sec 33, ...

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BUNINYONG WARDEN'S COURT. Friday, 6th January. (Before Mr Warden Sherard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

BUNINYONG WARDEN'S COUBT. Frida!/, 6th January. (Before Ur Warden Sherard.) Eaton and others v Palestine (Leviathan) Com pany-This waa an application under the 77th sec tion ot the Gold Fields Act, for ground alleged to be held in excess by the defendants. Mr Walsh for the plaintiffs, in allusion to a former postponement, said he held now that nader the 77th section of the Act, it waa not necessary te bare an authorisation in writing, the applicants not going under the bylaws st all, and haring no marking ont to do, bot simply to come to the court under the Act itself and ask for the ground held in excess by the détendants. The authority required by clause IO of bylaw XIV. was for a different purpose altogether, the application under the 77th section of the Act requiring no other authority than the Act itself. Mr J. Bardy, for the defendants, said the Act referred to the bylaw, and the applicants were attorneys for the defendants and most be authorised in writing, for the applicatio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SALK--Four horses, cab, harness, saddles, bridles, ta. Apply to W. S. Milligan, Court House Hotel, Buninyong._ FOB SALE, the Plant of the Garibaldi Gold .Hining Company, Italian Gully.-One hori zontal engine, ll Jin. cylinder, 2 feet 9.inches stroke, with puddling gear, belt ropes, seven tracks, two tanks, cages, flat sheets, one pine tank (12 feet by 8 feet 6 inches) one colonial tank (12 feet by 10 feet. Apply at the claim, or to WILLIAM BLEABXEY. FOB SALE, Battery of 24 head of stamps, with tables, amalgamating barrel, &c, 234 feet 8 inch pumps, with plunger, bellbob, ftc., houses, brick stack, and wooden cottage. To be seen at the New Speedwell's claim. Apply to the Albion G. M. Co. (Registered)._ FOR SALE, the Western Sawmills, in full work ing order. Apply at the mills, Whimholes. FOR SALE, Seventy-four Acres Land, rich choco late soil, very lightly timbered, beautiful supply of spring water ali the year, well situated for business, st the Junction,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

MARRIAGES. On the 4th January, at Brunswick, by the Rev J. C. Symons, Frederick George Miles, of the Survey Department, Ballarat, to Annie, only daughter of Mr James Tinning, J .P. On 5th January, in Wesley Church, Lydiard street, by the Rev. James S. Waugh, Mr James Tucker Robin- son, of Marlborough, New Zealand, to Sarah Eliza, youngest daughter of Mr John Hiscock, Soldiers' Hill.

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The Ballarat Star. DAILY ISSUE. SATURDAY, 7TH JANUARY, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

Ile piitriilt». DAILY ISSUE. SATURDAY, 7TH JANUARY, 1865. RECURRING to the subject of oar yesterday's article, we would observe that the puerile conduct of our Legislature, in voting five thousand pounds to promote the establish ment of industrial enterprises which it would take millions of money to initiate and hun dreds of thousands a year to support, has noi been altogether unproductive of good. loci' dentally it] has brought to light thiB fact that Victoria has already a list of self supporting manufactures which is in th« highest degree creditable to so young < country. We yesterday gave a list of th< manufactures which the Board deemed in thi first degree worthy of encouragement, bu which, as we pointed out, were unsuited t the colony in its present condition. As : matter of course there were no application* for the offered premiums. No one chose t erect a glass-house, or a pottery, or a woollei manufactory (at a cost of some thousands o tens of thousands...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

STEAM TO LONDON Direct. BLACK BALI, and EAGLE ? LINE of PACKETSL^The steam ' ship GREAT VICTORIA, 3500 tons burthen James Price Commander, WiH be despatched from Melbourne, for London direct, on Tuesday the IOU January, 1865. Bates of Passage: Saloon, including fitting«, finen, bedding &c".. -.£60 and upwards Second cabin, on deck . ^-35 2?ürd ......;......!!;* ¿18 and £20 Storage.-.£16 For tates of passage money, and freight, apply to Messrs EYRES BROTHERS, Ballarat; or BRIGHT BROTHERS and CO., _- Flinders lañé, Melbourne. N JTEAM TO LONDON. _5 Mesera Money Wigram and ? Sons' (of Blackwall Tard, London) - ' Line of Steam and RniKng Ships. ? To sail positively on the 4th February, the splendid j new screw steamship L O N D ON, 1750 Tons Register, J. B. MASTIN, Commander. For plans of cabins, dietary scales, and all parti culars, apply to W. P. WHITE and CO, _10, Elisabeth street, Melbourne. AIL Y STEAK COMMU NICATION BETWEEN ? GEELONG & MELBOURNE. '-The fast and favo...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE Messrs James Croyle and John Ditchburn report the following sales of shares mode yesterday:-Leviathans, £20; St. George, £20 and £21 10s; Buninyong (new), £2 Ss; with 10s paid np; Essex scrips, £516s to £6. Messrs Walsh, Were, and Moore, and Mr 8, Goujon report the following sales of snares yesterday:-Lyon Banks, Daylesford, £28; Boyal Standards, Daylesford, £120; Lalla Bookhs, Springdallah, £3; Nelsons, £23; Bed Jackets, £1310s; Hand of Hopes, £122. Messrs James Smith, William Oldham, and Walter i Kingura, sharebrokers, report the following sales mads ] yesterday :-Essex, Swamp, £55 and £57 10s; Great Gulf, £15 2s 6d; Golden Empires, Springdallah, £43; Lyon Banks, Daylesford, £29; St. George Uni teds, Se bastopol, £21 cash; Leviathans, Black Lead, £1910s. Melbourne, friday Evening^ A. tolerable business is doing in many seasonable articles, such as hams, bacon, potted fish, sc Sinclair's and Verey's hams are taken when offered at about 13 jd to lid. Bacon is...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

MINING INTELLIGENCE. Tbe half-dsy at the Corner yesterday was, as Fridays usually are, wich perhaps a shade more of duloess owing to the holidays not having quite worn ofi yet. No change of any imprortance in value of scrip took place, though a few transactions are re ported. In the Warden's Court, at Buninyong, on Friday, the Warden granted applications by Patterson and others, by BenBon and others, and A. Sayers and others, for grond held in excess by the Great Gulf Company: An application by Bason and party, for ground alleged to have been abandoned by the Leviathan Company, vas refused. The Britannia Company, on - the- Scotchman's [ Lead, has a claim 3000 feet long, little of the ground i having been worked in former times. The boundary I of the claim adjoins that of the Trial Company [ which worked out parc of the same branch lead i about five years since, and got coarse gold. The company is co-operative, and consists of 160 shares. I A shaft has been sunk and (Opened out at ei...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.     PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. Friday, 6sh. January.-Rangatira, steamer, from     Sydney; Sydney Griffiths, barque, from Newcastle ; Dannevirke, barque, from Foo Chow Foo; Auckland, steamer, from Auckland. SAILED. Friday, 6th January.-Nil. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. For London.-Great Victoria, 10th January; York- shire, 18th January; London, 4th February - True Briton, 18th February. For Sydney.-The steamers of the A. S. N. Com- pany, regularly. For Gipps Land, &c.-Charles Edward, every Tues- day. For Otago.-Hero, 12th January. IMPORTS-4th January. Freder ck Martin, from Colombo. | 86 bales coir fibre, 9217 ballots coir fibre, 2960 cocoanuts, 99 bags coffee. 296 casks coffee, Order.    

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STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 January 1865

STOCK REPORT. ECHUCA AND MOAMA.-The following lot has crossed since last issue :-Saturday: 198 head of fat cattle, Barber, Benduck; 1700 fat sheep, Ricketson. Baratta. Monday: 290 head of fat cattle, Headford, Macquarie River. Tuesday: 294 head of fat cattle Keighran, Lachlan ; 300 head do, Degraves, Tooranabin. There are several mobs of fat cattle at hand-Higgins' 200 from the Lachlan, 250 of Keighrans, and a mob of Hughes'. A mob of 700 cattle, belonging to Mr Steven- son, from Wagga Wagga, will cross to-morrow (Wed- nesday).-Riverine Herald, 4th January.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 January 1865

I SOUTH AUSTRALIA. j ADELAIDE, 7th January. Au aboriginal from the south-east district liss been committed for trial for rape, accompanied with great violence, on a married white woman.' A Swan River man, who has been bot three months in thia colony, «rn tn-doy committed to take his trial for embezzlement. The Government have appointed a commisdssro enquire into and report upon the defences of the ' colony. Sales of wheat are reported to-day at Ss. Steven's flour was edd to-day at £20 Ss. Cleared out: Caroline, for Afcyab, in bausst; Freebridge, for Geelong, with a cargo of wheat «ad flour. Sailed, 5 p.m.: South Australian, «*»PITI-'j tar Helbonrne. Our Melbourne correspondent, writing on Satar day, says-A rumor has been current during thc day that a very extensive fire, demolishing tbs buildings in the principal street at Wood's Pond, occurred on Wednesday. There being no tele» graphic communication with that township, ita difficult to authenticate the statements made, bis said, ho...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SSYDNEY, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 January 1865

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. GREVILLE AND BIBS, REDTKR'S Aossis/j HEW SOUTH WALKS. SYDNEY, 7 th Stjaaxy. The Boyal Edward has cleared ont for London with 4203 bales of wool. Arrived: Harmonie, from the Isle of Bombos; Kangaroo, steamer, (rom Adelaide; Smamnii Ifanrt^ from Otago. Sailed, 2 p.m.: Barwon, steamer, for Melbourne; Boral Edward, for London.

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WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. Saturday, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 January 1865

WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. MMH MTVT, _Saturday, 7th January. mesare m -UQWALL and UBA.T report Tba Bale of bay has considerably improved daring the week, and prices have taken a rise of fully 10s per ton on last week's rates. Straw-Scarce. Old Oats-Supply and demand about equal. New oats-A few loads have arrived during the week. Potatoes-Nih Barley-A few lots offering, but only a limited demand. New Wheat-We hear of sales being effected at 10s per bushel. Average prices for the week:-Best hay, £310s to £4; Straw, £110s; old oats, 3s 8d to 3s 9d; new oats, 3a 4d to 3s 6U Messrs J. V. TABTE and Co. report The quantity of hay offering during the week has been light, owing to the farmers being at present fully engaged in harvesting operations. The limited supply, added to the bareness of stocks, has resulted in an ad vance in the price; the average of this week's sales show ing an improvement in value to the extent of £1 perton, closing rates being, for either bundled or trussed, in good...

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