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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 March 1865
OBITUARY". Justice Ball; the Hon. George Dallas, late Ameri can Minister in England; Lady Brougham; Mr Charles Grevi'ile, late clerk of the Privy Council; the Marchioness of Londonderry; SI. Proudlion, the French socialist writer; De Dairee, the African ex plorer.
ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL FROM EUROPE. CAPTURE OF SAVANNAH. SERIOUS LOSSES OF THE CONFEDERATES. PROPOSALS OF PEACE RENEWED. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 March 1865
ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL FROM EUROPE. CAPTURE OF SAVANNAH. SERIOUS LOSSES OP THE CON FEDERATES. PROPOSALS OF PEACE REHEWED. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] The branch mail steamer, with the Adelaide por tion of. tlio January mail, was sighted off Glenelg about three o'clock on Tuesday afternoon. The fol lowing is our telegraphic summary ot the news by way of Adelaide: - GREAT BRITAIN. [RECTER'S EXPRESS.] LOKDON, 2Gth January, 18G5. The Australian November mails were delivered on the 12th and 18th of January. The Queen is at Osborne, and though her health is good, it is stated that she will not open Parlia ment in person. The revenue returns for the year and quarter 6how a dtcreass on the year of .£30S,2-1G, the total revenue being £70,125,374. The year's account shows on increase in the excise and stamp taxes, post-office, Crown lands, and miscellaneous, and a decrease in the Customs and Property Tax. The quarter's account shows an increase in the Excise Duties, Post-office, Crown Lands, and Mi...
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 March 1865
ITALY. The Italian Government has also adopted impor tant measures of economy and peace, namely, 90,000 soldiers have been dismissed to their homes, and more than 500 officers are placed oa half-pay. The Minister of Justice has intimiucd to the Italian Bishops that the encyclycal letter mu3t, according to law, be BubmtUcd for the Jvoyal approval, and that the Government reserres the right of deciding what portion may be published, what (suppressed.
FRANCE. [REUTER'S EXPRESS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 March 1865
FRANCE. [REOTER'S EXPRESS.] At the reception on Ne»v Year's Day, tlie Emperor of the French, made a pacific specch. Somo excite ment was occasioned. The publication of the Pope's encyclical notevis not 7et ended. The French Government hag issued a prohibition against reading the letter from the pulpits until the sanction of the Government has been obtained. The bishops mostly protested, Bishop Moulisis openly setting the Government at defiance, for which a prosecution is peniing. Prince Napoleon lias been appointed a member and Yice-Presi'lcat of the Council of State. This is considered a proof of a complete breach between the TuiJieriea and the Vatican. The French budget for the coming yesr states the deficit chargeable on 1SC3 to be reduced by fifteen millions of franc3; the estimated deficit on 1 SG-i to be filled up, and equilibrium between the expendi ture and revenue for IS65 likely to be obtained. There will be a reduction of forty four millions of francs in the naval and mil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 March 1865
/ ADVERTISEMENTS. TUESDAY, 21st MAliCH, At 12 o'clock sharp. To Farmers, Dairymen, and Others. UNRESERVED SALE BY AUCTION ON THE FARM OF JOHN" M'LEAN, Situated on the road leading from the Mount-Blow hard Hotel to Learmonth, OF Heavy Draught Horses, Prime Dairy Cows, Waggons, Drays, Machinery, Farming Implements, Household Furniture, &c., &c. FREDERICK EVER1NGHAM has been favored with instructions from John M'Lean, of Ivy Grove, Learmonth (in consequence of his leaving the colony for Queensland), to sell by public auction, on his farm, on Tuesday, 2lBt March; The whole of his valuable FARM STOCK, MA CHINERY, IMPLEMENTS, HOUSEHOLD FUR NITURE, &Ci, Consisting of 8 heavy draught horses and mares 2 saddle hacks 40 head dairy cows, mostly young 1 double-shaft waggon 2 horse drays, with frames 1 bullock do do 1 roller I horse hay rake 1 reaping machine, nearly new 1 chaif cutter (Richmond and Chandler's), with horse-works complete 4 ploughs, Tynan's. f 1 set iron h...
COURT OF MINES. Tuesday, 14th March. (Before His Honor Judge Rogers) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 March 1865
COURT OP MINES. Tuesday, 1 ith March. ("Before His Honor Judge linger? ) lioyio v Po,iM ...»a uiiicio.-iii iIns case the plaintiff came before the Court, and said he had not got justice. lie wanted to appeal, but was under stood to say he had lost everything, and therefore asked for seven days* time to take proceedings. HiB Honor-I've nothing to do with it, sir. The plaintiff retired. United Extended Band of Hope Company v Hand-in-Hand Company.-Mr Walsh, for the plaintiffs in this case-Mr Salter, for the defendants, consenting-informed the Court that the dispute ?was settled by the parties. The Hand-in-Hand Company was to bs allowed to register for the block claim, and then to transfer to the United Extended Band of Hope Company, notice to be given to the latter company, and consent to be given by the latter company for registration. Neither party to take up a block claim within the parallels of the other party unless by consent. The injunctions pending to be dissolved, and the case...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 March 1865
ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICES OF CALLS. CITY OP GLASGOW GOLD MINING COM PANY, Kangaroo Flat (Registered).-The first call of 2s per l-2000lh share is made due and pay able, at the Bank of Australasia, Smythesdale, or to the manager, on Wednesday, the 35th insfc: EBENEZER PARKER, Manager. ITT OF DUBLIN COMPANY (Registered). A Call (tho fourth), of five shillings per share has been made payable to the Manager, or to the National Bank, Buuinyong, on or before the 21th inst. W. H. PARKYN, Manager. ENEBAL KOSIASKI GOLD MINING CO. (Registered).-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the second call of 10 ?> perEhare is duo on Satur day, the 18th inst. MARK M. POPE, Manager. GOLDEN IUVER3 COMPANY (Limited) (Re giatered).-A Call of One Pound (£l) per share has been made payable to me at the office of the company, on or before the 18th inst. JONATHAN MIDDLETUN, Manager. BEAT NORTHERN JUNCTION COMPANY _ (Registered).-A Call (2nd) of one shilling and sixpence per share has been made payable to the undersigne...
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE,. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, 14th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 March 1865
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE, . LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, 14tit March. Mr Hnrker asked the lion, the Treasurer, whether he was prepared to make advances to the various charitable institutions of the colony? Mr Verdon said he was prepared to advance one third of the amount granted last year. Mr Jl'Cann rose to make a personal statement. The other evening, whilst a debate wa3 proceeding in that House, he was personally addressed by the hon. the member for Sandhurst, who said there was no use of being informed how he (Mr H'Cann) would vote, as it was quite well known. He was afterwards assaulted. If this courso of conduct were permitted every gentleman should leayo that house. Several hon. members were present, and probably they could give a clunr statement of the occurrence. Mr Howard rose but did not speak. Sir Carpenter wished to know whether the refresh ment rooms were within the precincts of the House. Mr Crews, as one present, said that the assault was not committed until seve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 March 1865
JOHN DITOHBURIT, SHAREBROKEIl, LYDIARD STREET. MINING SHARES FOR SALE Avonclift, 20 scrip "j£8J Alston and Weardalo 18 Arimuth 20 Ba^d of Hope 130 British, Happy Valley 180 Buninyong, scrips : 32 Balhrat Tunnel Company, Deep Creek 5 Cambrian . 9} Cape Clear 203 Ciiryseis . 60 Crescents, 10 || Duke o[ Cornwall, Durham 105 Duke of Cornwall, Daylesford 78 Dcfianco 41 Duke of Northumberland B0 l?xtendeds, Majorca 12 Emerald, Daylesford 34 Enfield. Durham 143 Esses, Swamp 102 Franklin, scrips 12J Fortuna, paid up 23 Golden Rivers 13 Golden Gates, Bulldog - Great Extendeds 34 Great Gulf 17| Grand Trunk 430 Grand Junction 102 Golden Horn 364 Great North-West 92 llavelockB 10 Koh-i-Noors 50 Loi;;li Grand Junction, Durham 190 Lucky, Happy Valley 110 Last Chance, Hrandy Hot 18 Lyon Bank, Daylesford 38 Lord Palmerstoo, scrips 10 Lillu lioolihs 7J Lone Star, Malmesbury, 24 scrips, each. 2J Morning Light 40 Newton, Daylesford 143 Nelson and Wellington, scrips 24 North Grenvilles 30 Prince of Wal...
POLICE. DISTRICT COURT. Tuesday, 14th March. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 March 1865
POLICE. DISTRICT COURT. Tuesday, 14th March. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRUNKENNESS.-Georgo Ward, in custody for having been drunk, was fined 103 or twenty-four hours imprisonment. VAGRANCY.-Fred. Alexander Higgins, a little boy about ten years of age, charged with having no lawful visible means of support, was remanded for a week. LUNACY.-William Tempest, who had been previ ously remanded on the cliargo of lunacy, was dis charged, as he had sufficiently recovered. FRAUDULENT INSOLVENCY. - Alfred Frederick Winch was charged on remand with fraudulent in solvency. Mr Mann, who appeared lor the prose cution, applied for a lurther remand for seven days, in order to get up the necessary evidence. The case was remanded accordingly. LARCENY.-Thomas Burrowes, charged on re mand with haring stolen a few vegetables and cop per tokens from a Chinese, was again remanded until Thursday. CAUSE LIST.-Jane Mitchison v Mrs Ellis; no ap pearauce. Michael Kennedy v SchamPun; no ap pearance. Polic...
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 16 March 1865
ITALY. The report of an attempt on the life of King Victor Emmanuel has caused an immense amount of go.'sip. Tiie first details of the affair were given by the special correspondent of L'Europe, who stated that the king had received a wound in the shoulder. Th'j truth, however, is that his majesty did receive a wound, not however :n the shoulder, but a little lower dnwn in the arm, and from the dagger of an aesassin, but from the lancet of his surgeon in ordi nary. lie was not quite well, and was blooded. Same scandal has been created at Iiomo by the de fection of Cardinal d'Auilrea from the Papal cause. Lie has taken up his abode in Naples, and opeuly declared his determination not to return to Rom;;. The Pope, it is said, has sent him word tha*, as he ha3 gone to Naples without leave, he had better stay there. The cardinal makes a point of exhibiting his liberal tendencies by receiving priests of the Eman cipation Society and conversing with them as a kindred spirit. But it appear...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 16 March 1865
FRANCE. The Emperor of the French received the Corps Diplomatique on the lsi of January at the Tuilleries. The Papal Nuncio presented to the Emperor the congratulations of the body,and his majesty,in reply, said a tew words, which, while they touched upon no political question, expressed an earnest hope for the maintenance of good relations between the European States. The Encyclical letter of the Pope has attracted considerable attention in Paris, where it is generally considered as acomplete breach between theTuilleries and the Vatican, and that the court of Rome has adopted a course which shuts the mouth of the most eloquent and influential of its defenders. The French Minister of Justice has issued a cir-j cular to the Archbishops and Bishops of France on the eubject of the Pope's Encyclical. He announces that the Council of State is examining the draft of a decree to authorise the publication, in France of th.it part of the Encyclical letter which grants a jubilee. But he decla...
CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 16 March 1865
CANADA. The Canadian Parliament was summoned to meet on 19th January. Considerable excitement prevailed in Canada, prowing out of the relations with the United States, The Toronto Qlobe regrets the termination of the Re ciprocity Treaty, and soys Canada must look to her naval defences. The Leader (Toronto) says some of the movements of the American Government seem to point to a possible rupture with England. The Canadian authorities intend immediately sending thirty companies of volunteers to guard the frontiers.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 16 March 1865
AMERICA. Full particulars of. Sherman's great march have now appeared in the New York papers, and. the following is given a3 a summary of itsresultB: 11 His army moved across the State, about 300 miles, in 27 days, living on the way on the fat of the land, devastating 42 counties, stripping the country of everything that could be of service to the rebel armies, destroying 200 miles of railroad, burning millions of dollars' worth of cotton, capturing 4000 prisoners, 10,000 negroes, 15,000 horses, and 30 pieces of artillery; and immediately on arriving on the coast wrested Fort M'Alister from the enemy, and laid siege to the city of Savannah. In the per formance of all thiB marvellous work, General Sher man lost not one gun or waggon, and his entire casualties were only 1500 men." On the 20th of December Sherman captured Fort Lee and some of the outworks of Savannah. He then demanded the surrender of Savaunab, stating that, if refused, he would take no prisoners. Hardee refused to sur...
THE NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 16 March 1865
. THE NEWS BY THE MAIL. The P. and O.S.S. steamer, with the January mails from Europe reached Hobson's B»y at half past five o'clock on Wednesday afternoon. We take the following from the English papers received: GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. The rumored marriage between the Princess Mary of Cambridge and Viscount Hood has been demi ofilcially denied. The Queen continues at Osborne, in the enjoyment of good health. Her Majesty and the junior mem bers of-the royal lamily are expected to leave Os borne and return to Windsor Castle at an early date after the 10th of February, the anniversary of Her Majesty's wedding day. It is gratifying to state that the Queen has taken another step out of the seclusion in which she has DO long remained. By Her Majesty's commands, the Admiralty have issued an order, directing the cap tains of men-of-war as they pass Osborne to renew the firing of their salu'es in Her Majesty's honor, which have been discontinued ever Eiace the death cf the Prince Consort...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 15th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 16 March 1865
BALL.VRAT LIVE STOCK .MARKET. Wednesday, 15th JIarcb. Messrs IltrDcnv and LEON->KD report- I Fat Cattle-The number forward this week was about i enual to the usual requirement*. There was a lair attendance of country buyers, so that prices wereon the whole satisfactory and quite equal to late saies. Best beef brought 22s &lt;3d per lOulbs.^or saypnmo bullocks i'S 10s :o if "vs, second ao. io to i/ 10s, in ferior do, £i to =J. Best cows £/ to is ; second do to + 43 -o ii. We sold two small lots, V$d :o £7 i os. Fat Caives X 'uH - pr:v."irM iir Uiv verv inferior. We sold 2-f at from'-V i"''-1-" r.'.t SivC-y- A good demand continues vr-'i as usual being most sought a>;&lt;;- Vo" kvi ::r Messrs T. and S. Learmonth 74S :o medium quality, at from 14s to 15s, IT, - Vf- .jin:es Attica 5'M wethers, medium, light los to lis; total sales, 1248. Lambs No'aiT1" "i:ore iheop-We have no transactions to note this wools." "Good voiiug sheep continue to bo enquired for We have n...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 16 March 1865
IHPOUNDINGS. AMHERST.-Impounded at Amherst, 2nd March, by E. Tolhurst; trespass Is 6d-Bay mare, C3 over A near shoulder, streak, piece of rope tied to each fore leg, like (jA conjoined near hip, little white on near hied fetlock, collar and saddle marked. On Gth March, by R. Sanders; trespass 6d each-Qoats of various ages, colors, and sex, no visible brands. On 7th March, by 14. Sanders ; treapass 6d each-Qoats of various ages, colors, and Bex. If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold on 5th April. S. T. Stan worth (for .P. Hill), poundkeeper. AVOOA,-Impounded at Avoca Shire Pound, 23rd February, by Mr Readhead-Bay horse, near hind fetlock white, shod, JII overP near shoulder, 8 off shoulder-damages 6s. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 5th April.-John Batchelor, poundkeeper. BALLAN.-Impounded at Ballan, 20th February, by M. Toohey- Bay mare, brown spot off thigh, PH over g over O (conjoined) near shoulder. By Thomas Brown, Esq.-day mare, stripe, off hind foot white...
COUNTRY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 16 March 1865
COUNTRY MARKET. ARARAT,-The flour market is regarded by dealers as I very unsettled, and various quotations are given. In some cases £24 off the dray is the price stated, while Ballarat brands cannot bo landed under £25. Parcels of oats changed hands to-day at from 3s 5d to 3s 9&lt;i; for the latter figure the best quality was purchased, the former is the price of inferior samples. Potatoes changed hands to-day at £5 15s and ~G. Bran is worth Is 6d;. pollard, 2s. Hay, £1; chaff, i'5. In dairy pro duce, epgs are quoted at Is 9d per dozen; potted butter, Is per lb; prime fresh butter, Is 9d; inferior do, Is 6d; chaese, Gd; ham and bacon, lOdto Is.--Advertiser, 14th March.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 16 March 1865
ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICES OF C ALL 8. BAND op HOPE GOLD MINING COMPANY (Registered), Brown Hill.-Two Calls of one ! pound each per shave are made duo and payable at the company's office on or before the 20th ana J7tu instant respectively. SAMUEL DEEBLE, Manager. CMTY OP DUULIN COMPANY (Registered). ) A Call (tho fourth), of five shillings per^share has been made payable to the Manager, or o National Bank, Buninyong, on or before the24th n8ti \V. H. PAKKYN, Manager. L^^D^llLTuli^HVirMrCO.iRegiEtered); Malmesbury.-NOTICE. 'A Call (the second) oflOaper 500th share is made due and payable at the Company's office, Start street, on or before Mon day, the 20th inst. Manager, rHlDTALMEHSTON G7~M. CO. (Registered), Watson's Hill.-A Call of One Pound per share has been rnwle due and payable at the Rational Bank, or to the Manager, on or before Monday, the 20th instant, for tho purposo of settling all liabilities of the above company, in terms of the amalgamation with tho Wills of Old Tyiiemouth...