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POLICE. EASTERN COURT, Friday, 10th March. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
POLICE. EASTERN CODEI, Friday, 10th March. (Before the Police Magistrate.) A Jb'iLTur AND ABUSIVE TONGUE.-Obscenity and abuse were charged against one Thomas Fox. The prosecutor was Mr Gleeson, the landlord of the Eglinton Hotel. The prisoner, a sailor-like looking man, about thirty years of age, said he knew nothiDg about it. He was fined 20s, or twenty-four hours' imprisonment. DISOBEYING A SUMMONS.-Thomas Burrows waB charged with having disobeyed a summons. He was remanded till the next day, on bail. A DISI'OIE ABOUT WASIIDIHT.-Thomas Griesiell was charged with having stolen £12 worth of wash dirt, the property of Robert Preston and party, miuers, in Mopoke Gully. A warrant for the arrest of one George Gregory, as an accomplice, had been issued, and Mr Inspector Ryall asked for a remand. The prosecutor Preston withdrew the charge, as he had found the accused laid claim to the ground, and a case in the Warden's Court was pending. Gregory then appeared, and both were liberated,Pres...
BLANKET FLAT AND DAYLESFORD MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
BLANKET FLAT AND DAYLESFORD MINING REPORT. The Corinella Company washed out during the last fortnight 325 oz 16 dwt of gold (nearly two thirds of which was, however, obtained last week). The gold was of a coarse description and some of the nuggetD weighed from four to five ounces each. A considerable quantity of the ground taken out last wiek, though obliged to be removed in order to admit of the claim being worked systematically, was barely of paying value. The Champagne, or No. 2 shaft, is now in full working order, the men having been employed during the earlier portion of the week in clearing out the drive. A very large quantity of washdirt can bo operated upon at this shaft owing to the superior facilities provided for puddling and washing oft', and the con sequent Baving of labor and time thereby secured. The washdirt on being landed is immediately emptied into a hopper close to the shaft, from which it passes with a stream of water into a horizontal cylinder made of boiler pl...
CLUNES MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
CLTJNES MINING REPORT. The Pott Phillip Company crushed, at the lower batteries, 584 tons of quartz, raised fay the Clunes Company; the yield was 232 oz 8 dwt ot gold. The upper batterieB crushed 333 tons, but as the gold has not yet been cleaned out the result cannot be given. The erection of the new stone-breaking machine has been completed, and, judging from a trial made, it will answer extremely well. The machine is expected to be permanently at work in a few days, and another parcel of tailings is now being roasted, preparatory to being operated on in the Chilian mills. The South Clunes Company is continuing the sinking of the engine shaft, and a depth of about four feet was sunk during the week. The northern shaft is also being sunk, and from, the timber and other requisites which are being brought on the ground, it is evident that the company intends to carry out the work most energetically. The Clunes Company commenced on Wednesday to erect new pit-heads at the south abaft, ...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
MINING INTELLIGENCE. The Corner, as is usual on Saturdays, was much crowded, and though the amount of business was a little beyond that of the two preceding days, last Saturday's transactions were moderate in extent. The favorite scrip was Confluence (Daylesford), which was sold at nearly al! prices from £17 to £22. A good enquiry arose for Ballarat Quartz (Stieglitz), in consequence of good reports from the claim. A large parcel of Lord Malmsbury changed hands at £3. The following are among the sales effected: Band of Hope, £128; Cape Clear, £194; Ballarat Quartz, £103, £105; Golden Empire, £85; Great North West, £92; Wombat Creek Extension, £43; Buninyong, £30 10s; Prince Alfred, £50; Defiance, £20 10s; Confluence, £17, £17 10a, £20, and £22; Alston andWeardale, £16 10s; Lalla Rookh, £6 15s, £0 17s 6d; Lord Malmsbury, £3; Kosiaski, £2; Nelson (Talbot), 2s 6d premium; Rose Hill Com pany, £2 5s. The yield of the Band of Hope Company for the past week was as follows : -Monday, nil; T...
WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. Messrs J. V. TARTE and Co. report / Saturday evening. Tho hay market in the early part of the week barely supplied, and sales readily effected at an advance of £1 per ton on previous quotations; the arrivals on Friday and Saturday were, however, excessive, and the market closed rather easier to-day. Straw is likewise coming forward more freely, but the price remains unaltered. Oats-A better feeling pervades tho market, and although there is no improvement in the price, still less difficulty is experienced in effecting sales. Barley is iu moderate inquiry, and the prico firm. Wheat has declined in value to 1I10 extent of about Gd per bushel, ?with few sellers. Potatoes-Tho arrival of a consider able quantity from Warrnambool has chocked tho upward tendency noticed in our last, and prices aro about tho same. Quotations:-Hay, £5 to £0" per ton; straw, £2 per ton: oata, 3s -Id to 3s Gd per bushel; barley, English, 4s 3d to -is Gd; do Cape, 4s per bushel; wheat,...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Saturday, 11th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Saturday, lltU March. MESSRS O'Fabkell AND Son report Horses-The supply was confined chiefly to light colts and fillies which, in most cases, sold at low prices, and to inferior worn-out and weedy horses, for which there was no salo. Out of 130 horses placed in our yards for salo to:day not more than 70 changed hands, the remainder being next to worthless wero consequently unsaleable at any price. Good medium and heavy draught colts and fillies are still scarce, and 15 head that arrived from Warrnambool sold extremely high to-day. Wo also soli 20 li^jlit colts and fillies, many of them mere ponies, from the run of N. Cole, Esq, at prices ranging from £i to £1S, and about 25 light and medium draught, in small lots, from various parts of tho dis trict) at prices ranging from £12 to .127. We would again repeat that this market is open for a large supply of really useful fresh young liorses, which would not fail to realiso very satisfactory prices, whilst at ...
THE VICTORIAN RACING CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
THE VICTORIAN RACING CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. On Saturday tlie attendance of the public at these races was much larger than on the previous day, the grand stand being fairly tilled and the hill alive with people. The day was gloriously fiue, and in the absence of the railway, Cabby managed to Becure an abundant harvest of passengers. Carriages, four-horse drays, buggies, light carts, and other vehicles contributed to the gaiety of the scene. As a matter of course, there were several break-downs on the road, principally the result of Cabby's endea vors to get more v.-ork out of his horses than horse flesh could endure. The Governor, accompanied by his aid-de-camp, Captain Tyler, arrived on the ground shortly after the first race, and remained till the conclusion of the day's sports. A good deal of money was invested on the various races, and as the favorites in almost every case camo in the winners, the bookmakers must have suflered heavily. The last two races on the card, viz., the Town...
BALLARA'T SHARE MARKET. Saturday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
BALLARA'f SHARE MARKET. Saturday cveniwr. Messrs "WALSH, WEIIE and MOOUE, and Mr S. GOUJON report A very good business transacted in this sharo market during tho week. A great demand for Capo Clears, Lalla llooUUs, and Golden Empires, HpringdaUah; Wallabys, New-tons, Lyon Banks, Confluence, and Nelsons, Dayles ford; also Duko of Cornwalls, Durham. The week has been furtlier characterised by several now companies in tho Carngham and Talbot districts being placed in the market. The yields reported show a marked improve ment from the Buniuj-ong, Nelson, and Corinella Com panies. Tho undermentioned yields and dividends havo been reported:-United Extended Band of Hopo Com pany 753 oz 15 dwt for fivo days' washing, dividend 5s por scrip (new issue); Koh-i-Noor 1000 oz 10 dwt for fortnight, dividend 15s; Great Extended 550 oz for the week including 80 oz this day (Saturday), dividend to bo declared on Monday; Cosmopolitan 272 oz for tho fort night, dividend 5s; Essex 114 oz 14 dwt up to la...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 11th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 11th March. AIMS snip viucen uee arnvea uero lass evening from Plymouth. She brings 301 Government nnd assisted immigrants. The captain of the Queen Beo reports having seen the smoke of a steamer to the westward of Kan garoo Island, which it is conjectured must bo the Shenandoah. No 6ales of wheat to report, only 8s being offered. Arrived-Coorong, steamer, from Melbourne. She will sail again on Tuesday nest. The Atlanta cleared out to-day for Brisbane, with produce. The rifle match between twelve Sydney men and twelve of Adelaide, is to be held in Adelaide during the last week in this month. The Adelaide Rifle Association matches are to be held in the first week in April. VICTOR HAEBOE, 11th March. Cleared out-Mary Grant, for Melbourne, with produce. A deputation from the Borough Council of Clunes, consisting of Councillors Noble and Mark, and tho town clerk, introduced by Messrs Frazer and Wheeler, M.L A.'s, waited upon the Chief Secretary on Friday. Tho ...
BALLARAT MINING SHARE LIST. Star Office, 11th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
I3ALLAJUT MINING SHARE LIST. Star Offico, Ilth March. ISi 14 50s 11 17} 17 20 10 2SJ 3i io IS 3/, 18" 3i 15 12.1 ?10 a 201-5 1 30" 23 12 ll 6 19 1J 30 8i 45" 32' IS I 5s 12 20.i 70-10 9 124 14 A 21" 3? 7 10 Is Cd SO* 42 19' 27' 30 lGs 8" 3? 311-20 Company. Albion ... Alston & Wear. Avonclift Azimuth Atlas ... Ajax Bonshaw Band of Hope Black Hill . Bal. Extension British ... Buto Britan., Cam, Buninyong Buninyong New Hal. Qtz., Stieg. Cosmopolitan ... Caledonia Chryseis City of Glasg. Q. City of Manches. Convention Cliffsof OldTyno Capo Clear Cleft in the Rook Croesus... Commeralghip Carng. United... Corinella Comoora Creavy Clunes Q.M. Co. Cluues United... Defiance, Scbas. Durham, Swamp Duko of Corn wall, Durham, Dk. of Northum. De Banco, D'ford Dk. of Cornwall, Daylesford Essex ... Enfield... Exchequer Fortuna Franklin Fear Not United Gt. He dan Ext'd Great Gulf Gt. North-West Gt. North. June, Garibaldi Gladstono Golden Hirers... Golden Empire.. Golden Horn .. Golden Stream...
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 11th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY. 11th March. Ben Hall's gang paid a visit to Gunning on Thurs day night, and helped themselves to three horses, with which they got clear away. An information line been filed against the Mayor for alleged double voting at the late Canterbury f election. It has transpired that the prico obtained for the Jeane de Flandres' flour, sold by private hand (as advised yesterday), was at £18. Arrived-Goldaeeker, from Adelaide.
MELBOURNE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REVIEW. Saturday, 4th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
MELBOURNE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REVIEW. Saturday, 4th March. There wero 110 export entries on gold passed at tlio customs to-day. There aro few changes to report in the import market during tho past week. Dullness is the prevailing cry. With tho prospect tliat the tariff question will be yet somo timo 'ere it is finally disposed of, no immediato prospects of improvements are hold out. A small failuro has occurred during the week, viz., that of Mr T. 11, I>liros, engaged in tho steam biscuit trade, the liabilities were stated at £5000. Although tho assets showed about 15s in tho pound, an offer of 7a gd (guaranteed) was accepted. Subjoined is our usual report of the markets. In ales and porter a fair business has been done in tho new brew of bulk ales, and nearly all tlio stock of Marian's in tbe market has been bought up at about £S per hogshead. The now brew of the Colonial Company's has come to hand, and £7 is tho price. Bottled beers aro better, aud a largo trade has been doing in...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GBEVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] VICTORIA. CAPE OTWAY, 11th March, 7 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GBEVILLE AND BIHD, REOTER'B AGENTS.] VICTORIA. CAPE OTWAY, LLTH March, 7 a.M. The Suffolk ship in sight, from London, eixty nino days out, with loss of foretop and maiatop gal lant maBts. CAPE SHAKE, 9 a.m. Passing inward-Tlio Ant, steamer, from Port Albert. QOEESSCLIFF, 10.45 a.m. Arrived-The Ant, from Port Albert. DAYLESFORD, 11th March. The following returns have been received by the undermentioned companies for the past week;-Cor inella Company, 326 oz; Dannevirke Company, G2 (from 38 tons of stone); Golden Gate Company, 22 oz G dwt; Wiliiam Tell Company, 17 oz. TALBOT, IIth March. Several drawbacks have prevented high yields this week from the Mount Greenock diggings. The fol lowing arc the only returns to hand yet:-Pioneer Company, 45 oz; Oriental Company, 34J oz; Wheel of Fortune Company, 32 oz; Perseverance Company, 27£oz. A nugget of 1 lb weight was found to-day in the Ilall of Tara claim.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. 1 PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. Saturday, lltli March.-Wonga Wonga, steamer, from Sydney; Western, steamer, from Portland; Ant, steamer, from Port Albert; Arabian, ship, from Liver pool; barque, name and port unknown. SAILED. Saturday, lltU March. -Pouth Australian, steamer, for Adolaide; Sea Shell, barque, for Willunga; Willing Lass, schooner, port unknown; Keora, steamer, for Port Albert. PROJECTS DEPARTURES. For London.-Norfolk. 21st March; Koyal Standard, 1st April; Wellesley, Gth April. For Liverpool.-Great Britain, 15th March. For Sydney.-Tho steamers of the A. M. S. Com pany, regularly. For Gipps Land.-Charles Edward, every Tuesday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
STEAM TO ENGLAND UNDER SIXTY DAYS. -BLACK BALL and EAGLE LINES of PACKETS.-Steam from Melbourne to Liverpool-Tlie well-known and favorite steamship GREAT BRITAIN, 3500 tons, CCO-horse power. JOHN GRAY, Com mander, is appointed to leave Hobson's 11 ay on Wednesday, 15th March, and will sail punctually on the day advertised. The rapidity and regularity with which the Great Britain performs her passages have earned for her a world-wide fame, and justly established her reputa tion as the most celebrated steamship afloat. Her last seven passages to this colony were made in 55, 02, 03, 59, 01, 58, and 00 days, and the return pas sages to Liverpool with similar rapidity, thus proving that the duration of the voyage can be relied upon; imd, whilst almost as quick as by the OverlaDd mail, the great espense and frequent changes inseparable from that route are entirely avoided. THE SALOON is a magnificent apartment, entirely re-decorated, and the state-rooms, which are very large and airy, ref...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT TRADE REPORT. Star Office. Saturday evening [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT TRADE REPORT. Star Office. Saturday cvcninc Tlio past week has been a quiet ono in most branches of wbolesalo business, travellers complaining both of aliort orders and scarcity of money. The timber and ironfoundry trades on tbo contrary aro very busy vrith orders for the mines, into which a great deal of addi tional capital is now being diverted, and should only a fraction of the many ventures now begun, prove to bo remunerative, this will add largely to tho prosperity of the district. An impetus to buildiug is also being given by tho demand for dwelling houses, which has latterly 80 much increased, and this keeps the artizans iu full work. Tho flour market shows an easier tendency, now that tho farmers aro more freely disposing of their wheat. AVo aro informed on good authority that thero is littlo fear either of a scarcity or of prices ruling higher, as already orders have been scut for Chilian wheat to tho extent of 10,OHO bushels by a local mil...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
IMPOTJNDINGS. ?ARARAT,-Impounded at Ararat Shira Pound, on 3rd February, by Sir James Shevlin-Tiireo goats, various colors, trespass Is eacli. On 10th February, by A. il'Donald, for George Logan, Esq.-Steer, yellow sides, white back and belly, like + near rump, trespass 9d. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 15th March.-Thomas Gibson, poundkeeper. AVOCA.-Impounded at Avoca Shiro Found, 3rd February-Bay horse, hind feet white, scar near rump, SP near shoulder; grey filly, face and hind feet white, WR near shoulder. If not claimed aud expenses paid, to be sold on 15th March.-John Batchelor, poundkeeper. AVOCA.-Impounded at Avoca Shire Pound, on 9tli February-Strawberry cow, both ears marked, like ICS near ribs, Jit off loin; whito cow, over Jli near ribs, EJ off rump, It off ribs ; whito heifer calf, progeny of above, unbranded; red and whito spotted poley steer, short tail, liko 51 off rump. On 11th February-Red and white spotted steer, 2 near rump, 2 off thigh; red bull...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
PROSPECTUS op a HE BOEHONEYGHTTfiX GOLD MINING ' . . C O.JI p A If Y, - (REGISTERED), MORRISONS. Capital,£10,000, inlOOO Shares of £10 each Calls not to exceed 1 Os per month. .' ?' .'* PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE: Messrs Q. C. Robinson, Manager of the Nelson and Wellington Gold Mining Company, Sobas topol. Edwin Bull, Consulting Engineer, Nelson and Wellington Gold Mining Company, Sebas topol. Frederick Teouger, Defiance Gold Minims Company, Sobastopol. J. Guilbert, Defiance Gold Mining Comnmv Sobastopol. Alfred Hill, Sturt street, Ballar.it. Hubert DobBon, Sturt street, Ballarat. Thomas Wilk, Chairman. BANKERS : Bank of Australasia, Ballarat. SOLICITOBS: Messrs L. G. and J. Hardy, Ballarat. i . MANAGER: Mr H. B. Forster. rpHIS Company offers as safe an investment to J. speculators generally as any of the numorous ventures recently brought before the public The claim consists of a portion of Mr Morrison's run; em bracing an area of half-a-mile square, with the addi tion of n. block claim...
NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedules filed in Melbourne.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 13 March 1865
NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedules filed in Melbourne. ^ Stephen Vetch, of Sandhurst, oil merchant. Causes of insolvency-bad debts, losses in business j and pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £1932 18s 9d; , assets, £147 103 6d; deficiency, £1785 8s 3d. Mr Courtney, official assignee.. I Bryan Murphy, of Diylosford, contractor. Causes j of insolvency-bad debts, loBsea in business and pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £848 188; assets, 1 £733 lis; deficiency, £115 7s. Mr Courtney, official r.ssignee. FOR REMAINDER OF INTELLIGENCE SEE SUFPLEUENT.