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WARDEN'S COURT. Monday, 9th December. (Before the Resident Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

WARDEN'S COURT.     Monday, 9th Decembter.   (Before the Resident Warden.)     Re Bay Qui--- For abandoned ground in California Gully. Granted. A. Brown v H. Fowell --- For encroachment on a residence area in Albert street. Mr Doward for the   plaintiff. The complaint was that the defendant had put in pegs and had applied for a portion of the area for which the defendant had been duly regis- tered buthbad not occupied. Mr Trench, for the   defendant, cross-examined the plaintiff but elicited nothing of material importance, and an order for the defendant's removal was made. J. Wilson v. T J. Lloyd; no appearance; struck out. J. M. Dickson and others v Great Gulf Company --- For ground held in excess by the defendants. This was a friendly action to complete title, and the appli- cation was granted. Mr Doward appeared for the plaintiffs. The Conrt then adjourned.

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

NEWS AND NOTES. The following is a Daylesford telegram of Satur- day's date:—"The police have arrested a man named Seraphini on suspicion of being the murderer of Mrs Graham. Seraphini is in the employ of Col- anchini, a baker in Vincent street." Last night our   Creswick reporter telegraphed as follows :—David Mansfield alias Young alias Tatham was arrested at about two o'clock this afternoon (Monday), near Mr Brookfield's farm, Bullarook, by Constable Wil- kinson of Smeaton, and Constable Brady of Dayles- ford, on suspicion of having murdered Margaret Graham, at Daylesford. The prisoner seemed much alarmed when arrested, and admitted having had conversation with the deceased woman as stated in the evidence at the inquest. He has been forwarded by Sergeant Archibald to Daylesford. This (Tatham) the reader will recollect is the man who occupied a small tent near the residence of Mrs Graham, who was proved to have addressed some remarks to her on one or two occasions, an...

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EASTERN POLICE COURT. Monday, 9th January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

EASTERN POLICE COURT. Monday, 9th January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) VAGRANCY.—James Hugett, a youth of twelve years of age, was charged with having no lawful visible means of support. His father, a widower, in indigent circumstances, stated that the boy was con- tinually staying away from home, and he had found him that morning, about daylight, sleeping in an old drive near the railway line. The Magistrate stated that the boy should be sent to the Industrial Schools on the father contributing something towards his support in that institution. The father stated he was only earning about a pound a week, and had another child to support, but he wonld do what he could. The case was then remanded until Wednes- day. STEALING FROM THE PERSON.—Henry Sinclair and James White were charged on remand with having stolen a box of plated pins from the person of a hawker named Knoff. Mr Vining appeared for the prisoners. A boy named Charlton was produced by Detective Hyland to give evidence ...

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NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 January 1865

NEW ZEALAND. I SYDNEY, 9th January. The steamship Otago brings dates from Nelson to the 3rd instant, and from Otago to the 30th Decem ber. One thousand troops were ordered to Wanganui and Taranaki. His Excellency the Governor was about to pro ceed to Dunedin to open the Intercolonial Exhibi tion. He intends to visit Canterbury on his return, and witness the champion race to be run there. The Auckland Government is removing the offices ot the Public Departments to Wellington. A great meeting of the natives is to take place in the month of February, in the North. Captain Cole, of the 12th Regiment, died at Ngaruawahia, on the 14th December, of sun-stroke. At the City Police Court on Monday, an ex member of the Melbourne City Council, George Goldsmith, was brought np charged with using threatening language, and menacing with a bar of iron a man named Lee, in a flt of drunken frenzy. Mr Goldsmith, who seemed to be suffering a recovery from an attack of delirium tremens, was remanded for...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] VICTORIA. SALE, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

LATEST INTELLIGENCE TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PsB GBEVULB AND BIED, BEUTEB'S AGENTS.} VICTORIA, SAU, loth January. Two new reefs nave been discovered near Porter's Halfway .House, between Donnelly's Creek and Sale. It is reported tbe discoverers have obtained a rich prospect

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NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

NEW ZEALAND. SvDBET, loth January. The Susannah Cuthbert brings Jatea from Auck land to the 31st December. General Cameron waa abont to proceed to Wan ganui. Road-making on native lands waa to be com menced immediately; first road to be made, besag one between Wanganui and the Taranaki, eu aa to test the temper of the natives on this point. Flour was quoted st £25 and wheat at 12a. The Hon. Mr Duffy and his wife and family (says our Melbourne correspondent) have taken their passages by the Great Victoria, which w3l leave Hobson*s Bay on Saturday morning next. Mr Duffy will be absent from the colony about two yean. Our Melbourne correspondent writes : - The j Land Bill, although safely steered through the dangerous navigation of the Lower House, bas SCSI to encounter a severe buffeting in its passage through the Upper Chamber. The Ministry am by no means sure that they will be able to carry the measure intact. One peculiar circumstance in connection with the matter is, that the op po...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, loth January. Salea of wheat have been made at 8s per bushel for immediate delivery, and 7s lOd and 7a lld fora few days forward. The Government intends advertising for tenders for lessing the railways. Air Ward has applied for a foll salary from Che Government! His application will be granted, bis dismissal being confirmed therewith. Two artillery forts are to be erected near tbe Semaphore; also one at Glenelg and one at Broghtcn.

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

AMERICA. i The news from America is to the 22nd of October, and confirms the intelligence lately received via California, as to the reported capture and burning of the Federal steamer Roanoke by the Confederate Lieut. Brain, off Bermuda. Lieut. Brain was after wards, with his crew and boats, arrested by the British authorities at Bermuda. A speech of President Lincoln's is quoted, in which he seeks to allay the popular excitement created by a statement of Seward's, which implied a threat that if he (Lincoln) was defeated in the Pre sidential election, he would do what he could to ruin the Government. Sheridan's defeat by the Confederates, under j Longstreet, is also confirmed, as also their counter defeat, with the loss of 5000 Federals, including Federal General Bidewell killed, and Generals Wright, Grosvenor, and Ricketts .wounded. The Confederate General Ramseur was killed. The Guerillas who entered St. Alban's, Vermont, had been mostly captured. The Canadian authori ties assiste...

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LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND. BT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH, (PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.) By the Ethiopian we have dates from london to tbe afternoon of 2nd November. She left Plymouth on the 3rd November, at fonr in tbe afternoon. The demand for money had decreased, and a reduc tion in the bank rates «as expected on the 3rd. Consols steady, 89£. The total number of failure« reported during the month of October were 62, of which 16 were at Bio de Janiero; 1 at Sydney; 5 at Liverpool; 3 at L?eds, 3 at Manchester, 1 at Freston, 1 at New York, and the rest in Landon. There were however, many more of lees consequence, names not mentioned. The suspension of Messrs Arthur, Hoare and Co., in the woollen trade, has been announced, liabilities £25,000. Also, Messrs Jolly and Co., Manchester, liabilities £18,000. Colonial Securities-New South Wales debentures 5 per cent, 1871 to 1876, 95; do 1888 to 1892, 95J. Victoria Government 6 per cent, April and October, 105| to f.

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GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

GREECE. I The following intelligence bas been received at the Foreign Office from H. M. Minister, at Athens. The Greek Constitution hes definitively passed the Assembly, and the King will speedily give his assent toit. The country is tranquil. Rumors of a grand International Congress for the settlement of European affairs are again rife in the leading political circles of Europe.

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CONTINENTAL.—ITALY. MILAN, 1st November. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

CONTINENTAL.-ITALY. j , MILAN, 1st November. À telegram from Borne states that all the docu ments relating to political trials preserved in the tribunal of the Sacred College have been burnt by order of Monsignior Sagretti. The Pontifical troops, with the exception of the Gendarmes, will be disbanded.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNBT, loth January. J jramcK M'Ulinn, wno was sentenced st the Central Court on the 20th December for the murder of Mr Whitfleld.'a saddler, in whose employ M'Glynn had previously been, has obtained a reprieve, his sentence having been commuted by the Executive to imprisonment for life. The defence «et np was that M'Glynn was of unsound mind at the time. Theevidence went to show that he was laboring under hallucina tion^ and it wax no doubt on these grounds that the rentiere was granted. The departure of the City of Adelaide, steamer, for Melbourne, has been postponed tül Thursday. It is anticipated that the wheat crop in the Orange district «ul be above the average of former years. A memorial has been got np, and is being signed by the merchants generally, praying for the appoint ment of a British Consul at Now Caledonia, Parliament, it is announced, will meet on Ute 24Sfa instant. The cargo of wheat ex Kangaroo, steamer, from Adelaide, was sold to arrive at 9s 6...

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BALLARAT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

BAXLAUÁ.T AGRICÜX.TIJ BAI, SOCIETY. ine committee of tbis society met on Monday. There were present-Messrs John Dalgleish (pre sident), Bath, Morton, Clyne, Draffin, Mather, M'Cùbbin and Cadden, members. Correspondence.-The Secretary read the follow ing communications:-From the Secretary bf the Board of Agriculture, calling attention to the fact that deducting' the £60 offered by Mr K. Dunn, for barley; the whole amount appropriated by this so ciety for the grain show did not exceed £140. From the same, informing the .committee that the Council of the Böaid of Agriculture agreed upon the premiums tb be offered to supplement the prise list of the Ballarat Agricultural Society; the list of the Board's premiums was enclosed. From the same, stating the great disappointment-experienced by the Council of the Board of Agriculture in consequence of the small amount offered in the prise list of the society for premiums at the forthcoming National Grain Show, and submitting the desirability o...

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BUNINYONG POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 10th January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

BUNINYONG POLICE COURT. Tuesday, IOíA January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) CJTEAAING A \VATCR.Mary Dawson, an elderly j woman, was accused of having stolen a watch and chain, value £15, the property of John Adolphus Jenner. Ellen Jenner deposed that on the 24th December she left her home at Lal Lal and re turned after ten o'clock p.m., when she missed the watch and chain produced. She did not lock the doers when she went away, and last saw the watch on the 22nd December. She knew the prisoner, who lived about a quarter of a mile from her house, and whom she met near the station. The prisoner asked witness if she was going out, and witness said she was. J. A. Jenner gave some corroborative evidence. James Sullivan, a railway poner at Lal Lal, deposed that the prisoner had come there on the 26th December, and said she had found a watch in a tree stump opposite to her house. She showed him the watch and chain pro duced. Burton Greaves, station-master, Lal Lal, deposed that he ident...

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MELBOURNE STOCK AND SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

MELBOURNE STOCK AND SHAKE LIST. 437500 400000 7500«9 600000 30000 21180 12168! 60000 24000 203590 50000 20000 40000 40000 132000 48370 3000 12333 12333 105000 50000 20000 12000 0972 BANKS. Colon, of Australasia! Nat. of Australasia...! iNew South Wales Victoria London Register GAB COMPANIES, Ballarat Bendigo [Castlemaine... Calling, and fïtzroyi [Geelong .I Melb. Gas and Coke! Do. INSURANCE Cos. Australasian Fire " Life Australian Alliance. Colonial Southern ... Vic. Life and General! Vic. Fire and Marine] MISCELLANEOUS. Bend. Waterworks] H.B.R. Sea Bathing| Oriental Bathing Melbourne Exchange] Minmi Colliery Co. | Ovens Water Works] Septana Cement Co, Studley Park Bridge{ Victoria Coal £ B. 7 15 5 6 |39 0 39 10 I Victoria Kaolin Co RAILWAY COS. 400000 60) 50 Melb. and Hob. Bay] 54164 10 10 Melb. and Essendon! 114360! 25l 25 ¡St. Kilda and Bright. DEBEBTUBES. Victorian GovernmentRailway (local)] 6 per cent.,. St Kilda and Brighton Railway, 7 per] cent. Melbourne Railway, 7 percent ,...

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BUNINYONG WARDEN'S COURT. Tuesday, 10th January. (Before Mr Warden Sherard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

BUNINYONG WARDEN'S COUBT. j Tuet day, I OVA January. (Before Mr Warden Sherard.) Cairos and others v North of England Company An application for abandoned ground for six men on Scotchman's Lead. Granted. W. Tee and others v J. T. Brophy-A similar application for ground on tbe same lead. Granted. Se J. T. Mackey-For a dam area, in Long Gully. GraDted. T. E. Jones v Taylor and party-For abandoned ground on Scotchman's Lead. Granted. Ri J. Moore-A similar application. Postponed till next week. Lord Palmerston Company v Cliffs of Old Tyne mouth Company-Mr J. Hardy for the plaintiffs, Mr Trench for the defendants. Thia waa a complaint of encroachment on the plaintiffs' block claim on the Watson's Hill Lead, the allegation being that 287 feet superficial or 31 8-9 ths cubic yarda had been taken oat and the plaintiffs? shaft injured, wherefore carnages were sought. The estimate of gold taken was 32 oz, value £128, plus £120 or £130 the esti mated coat of a new shaft. B. M. Harvey, mining -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

COLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA Incorporated by Act of Council, 1856. Subscribed Capital, £1,000,000. Paid up do, £437,500. This Bank allows interest on deposits at the fol lowing rates: Payable on Demand at ...... 2} per cent per annals. Do at 1 month'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 : tiley fall due. Gold purchased in dust, bar,-or subject to assay. JOHN HENDERSON, Manager. Ballarat, lUh June, 1864._ STORAGE. STORAGE. STORAGE. NOTICE TO FARMERS. THE undersigned are prepared to make liberal 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. V. TARTE and CO. TO FARMERS. KCl nnfiBUSHELS of WH...

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DISTRICT POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 10th January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

DISTRICT POLICE -.COURT. -I ZkiMtoy, 10th January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) ÍHDECESCT George lynch, was charged with having exposed his person on the previous afternoon ! in a public place. Aa he had been locked np all night be was cautioned and discharged. . Darnrsatmnsss.-Emily Bowe was charged witt having been drunk, and with using obscene language. She and her husband were quarrelling on the pre vious night about ten o'clock, and the noise they made necessitated the interference of the police. The defendant waa very drunk, and made use of some very obscene language wheo arrested. She waa fined 20s or, in default of payment, forty-eight hoars' imprisonment. CAUSE LIST.-Police v Reilly, obstructing the thoroughfare with his hone and car on the 4th inst. Mr Harris for the defendant; fined 5s and Ss costa. Same v Leight, v Waltoo, v Diñan, v Montgomery, and v Swaine, cabmen, obstructing the thorough fare In Lydiard atreet, near Cobb's comer, on the 7th instant; Mr Hams appear...

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The Ballarat Star. DAILY ISSUE. WEDNESDAY, 11TH JANUARY, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

DAILY ISSUE. WEDNESDAY, 11TH JANUARY, 1865. THE citizens of Ballarat are now being, or or will be within a few days, invited to sign a ¡ petition in favor of a bill for *' incorporating the respective inhabitants of the several boroughs or towns of Sandhurst, Ballarat, Ballarat East, and Castlemaine," for a peti tion of this kind will be required not later than the 'sixteenth of the present month by the persons engaged in forwarding the bill. That a sufficient number of signatures will be attached to the petition we fully expect. As a general rule people sign what is put before them rather than undergo the fatigue of enquiring into the matter, or discussing it with the agent by whom the document is presented. If a petition were hawked round Ballarat, or "any other town, in Victoria or elsewhere, praying that the course of the sun should be reversed or the law of gravitation suspended, an exceedingly respectable array of names would be adhibited, if only the canvasser had a sufficien...

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BALLARAT DISTRICT ESCORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 11 January 1865

BALLARAT DISTRICT ESCORTS. The following are the Escort Returns for the week ending 10th January : oz. dwt. Creswick .812 0 Clunes. 908 0 Total . 1820 0 Melbourne, Tuesday evening. There were no export entries on gold passed at the Customs day. A good many country orders aro now in process of execution which tends to give a degree of firmness to the import market. Bulk and bottled ales are in demand at extreme rates. A heavy arrival of kerosene oil was reported by an arrival last evening from America. This has caused a temporary dullness in the market, but holders do not at present show a willingness to accept any considerable reductions in present rates, which may be quoted at about 4s 3d. A slight movement has been perceptible in breadstoffs. The holders of the princi pal lots of Chilian flour in the market refuse to sell under £18 per ton. This has, for iha moment checked transactions. Adelaide flour is quoted at from £23 10s to £24. Messrs Fraser and Co report having offered at ...

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