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AMERICA. (From a Correspondent.) 6th January, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

AMERICA. --?-íi. , ... :. 6th Jtumary, 4865. -- In tbe afternoon of the second day after leering j Csiro, we stopped about fonr or fire' o'clock at .an j island about 40 or 50 miles above Memphis for the purpose of " wooding. " Thia island must bare bad an area of several hundred acre*, and was thickly-; covered throughout its extent with heavy timber. Its only inhabitants were some fivejor six families, the heads of which were engaged in catting wood-to supply thc steamboats passing up and down. Daring the season of heavy floods in spring,' the surface of the island is sometimes under water to a depth of about eighteen inches or two feet, though at this time, with a considerable rise in the river from the flood in the Ohio, the surface' of the island wes at least eighteen feet above that of the current. As this was the last time we should "wood," before arriving at Memphis, an extra quantity was taken on board, so that we had fully half en hour's delay. Along with two Federal soldi...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
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NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, 11th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, ll tb January. I Tbe F.N.Z. and A.B. M. steamer Egmont brings dates from Auckland to the 3rd January. On the 3lst December General Cameron presented Doctors Temple and Manby with the Victoria cross« for bravery displayed by them at Tauranga. The Boyal Artillery are ordered to be ready to take their departure for the sooth at at early date. Arrived, 1st January-Bits, Rebecca, Camilla, from Hobarton. 2nd January-Choice, from Ade laide. _ The Assembly of the Church of England eat on Wednesday, pursuant to adjournment. There were several notices of motion given. The Secre tary read his report, which was commented on hy tbe Bishop. The Hon. T. T. A'Beckett and Ber. G. O. Vance asked leave to bring in bills, which was granted. The Hon. T. T. A'Beckett then laid before tbe Assembly a statement of the liabilities and assets .of tbe general fond of the diocese. The report which was to be laid before the Assembly not having been printed, Hr A'Beckett moved the second read...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. J POET PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. Wednesday, ll th January.-Edina, steamer, from j Portland ; Harrison, barque, from San Francisco ; Urania, schooner, from Hobarton. BAILED. ~'\ Wednesday, ll th January.-Charles Edward, steamer, for Sale; Coorong, steamer, for Adelaide; City of laun ceston, steamer, for launceston; Ant, steamer, for Port Albert. . ... .. ... . -- -~ - - PROJECTED DEPARTURES. For London .-rGreat Victoria, 14th January; York shire, 18th January; London, 4th February; Trna Briton, 18th February. '.' For Sydney.-The steamers of the A. S. N. Com pany, regularly. . For Otago.-Hero, 12th January. For Port Albert.-Ant or Keera, every Wednesday. ¡ IMPORTS-10th January. Eliphalet Greely, from Boston.--i bundles shafts, 2 cases carriage furniture, 4 cases brooms, 5 cases shovels, 2 cases axes, 5 cases handles, 45 bandies «ant»«-«, 6464 doors, 4000 cases oil, 30 drums tobacco, 82 boxes to bacco, 777 boxes lobsters, 150 dozen pails, 100 boxes clothes pins, ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Messrs Walsh, Were, and Moore, and Mr S. Goujon report the following sales of shares yesterday: Band of Hopes, £126; Albions, £10 5s, ±10 10s; St. George United, £23; Cape Clear, Springdallah, £136; Chryseis, Durham, £40; Prince Alfred, Durham, £20. Messrs James Croyle and John Ditchburn report the following sales of shares made yesterday:-Prince Alfred, Buninyong, £1910s, £20; Great Golfs, £15 IOs and £15 Ts 6d; Grand Junction, Springdallah, £100 Cape Clear, £137; Lalla Booths, JES 2s 6d; Band of Hopes, £127 and £126; Atlas, Springdallah, £36 10s; Golden Empires, £47; Newton, £90. Messrs James Smith, William Oldham, and Walter Kington, sharebrokers, report the following sales made yesterday:-Kew North Clunes, £7; Lalla Bookhs, ¡Springdallah, £3; Albions, Sebastopol, £10 5s and £10 10s ; St. George United, Sebastopol, £22 10s and £22 15s; Red Jackets, Sebastopol, £13 17s 6d and £14: Essex, Swamp, new issue, ¿'6.

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THE CONVICT MULLER. (From the Shipping Gazette, 1st November.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

THE CONVICT MÜLLES.-, 1 (From the Shipping Goutte, 1st November.) un mnnaay morning tue enerins ot ¿xmaon, jar Alderman Dakin and Mr Alderman Bealey, accom-, panied by the Under Sheriffs, Mr Davidson and Mr De Jersey, tbe Bev Mr Davis, the ordinary of New gate, and Mr Jonas, the governor, visited tbe convict ? Franz Maller in his cell, and announced to him that Monday, the 14th of November, had been fixed for bis execution. The convict received tbe intimation with calmness. The Sheriffs took occasion solemnly to exhort him to make the best use he could of the interval which remained to him to live, and he ap peared to understand the lull force of the entreaty. During the interval he acknowledged that he had had a fair trial, but he was understood to say, in effect, that the evidence ia support of the elm, had done him more hann than good. Heapoke in broken English, and in a low tone, bat his remarks on that subject left somewhat different impressions on the minds of the deputation. ...

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THE PEACE BETWEEN GERMANY AND DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

THE PEACE BETWEEN GERMAN!" AND DENMARK. The Berlingthe Tidende, of Copenhagen, of the 26th ult., referring to the conclusion ot peace, observes that the conditions are far more rigorons "than these ' ?which were stipulated after, the battle ot Novara; when Austria found herself in a position- to dictate peace to Piedmont. "Apart," it continues, "trota tbe amicable intervention of the European Powers which took place at that period in favor of »he vanquished, and which has been entirely wanting ia - our case, it seems that other considerations ebooid have led the conquerors to manifest towards Den mark more generosity than was shown in regard <n Piedmont; for Piedmont, even when beaten, re mained a formidable adversary to Austria, winch Denmark will never be to Germany; and yet tbs first demands of Austria, which rose as high as - -280,000,000 of livres, were reduced to 75,000,000, . whilst the financial sacrifices which have been isa-' posed upon ns have not undergone any...

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THE FRANCO-ITALIAN CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

THE IKANCxj-irATjlAN CONVENTION. YiCKKA, 28th October.-The following fe believed * to be p. conect analysis of » despatch addressed by \ the Cabinet of Tienne to that of the ToUeries, on ' the 12th inst., in reference to the convention of the 15th September last. The note refers to varions conversations in which the Doc de Grammont bsa been desired to explain to the Austrian Cabinet the motives which hare actuated the French Govern ment in concluding the convention. It goes on to state that although the Austrian Cabinet feels great regret that the Roman Government was not con sulted prior to the conclusion of the convention, it has 'yet received with satisfaction the assurance that France has bad the preservation of the Papal authority exclusively in view. " lt is," adds the dec- --" patch, " in the fact of the signature of the conven tion by france that Austria sees a guarantee lor this . : authority. Owing to tbe manner in which tba Government of King Victor Emmannel bas hitherto ...

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THE [?] EMFERORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

- iiuui juca ot toe 29th ult aays^-"» «>e uoeapectedriitt which the Emperor Napoleon yesterday reoered /rom the Czar, the latter wa« me uniform of a colonel of his guard, «ad was sc companied by a very numerous auto.r' The two, sovereigns retired Into a private saloon, where they^ remained in conversation 'fdr more^thah halfan' hoar. The Emperor Napoleon waa dressed as Vi general of division, and accompany by tbe members' of bis household when he returned the visit. ""'The' Emperor Alexander received bim on the ground floor, where his cabinet is situated. The two sovereigns were again tete à tele for nearly 'three quarters of an hour, after which they jprôçeedéd-to the apartments of the Empress, on tho first floor. The visit altogether lasted an honr. Those inter view« of the. two Emperors win doubtless open a vast field for comments. ? What took place 7 Whit: was said? I confess to yon that np to the present time everyone near their majesties is, impenetrable on the subject. I m...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 11th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA; ADELAIDE, 11th January. I The Government proclamation rescinds the pro clamation of 1857 in reference to Murray gooda, and I provides that ali goods for New South Wales and j Victoria can go direct np the Murray-the bond ! paying the duties io port, and delivery being made according to the colony for which the goods are I destined. Blanchetown, Goolwa, Milang, and Matu I num are ports at which dutiable goods are clear at the drawback« allowed. \ Farther sales of wheat are reported to-day at 8s. I A parcel of 3000 bushels of wheat is advertised for sale by auction on the 21st January, at Auburn, about 30 miles from Port Wakefield. The Penola will Bail for Melbourne on Saturday. ! Arrived-Alwyaton, from London; Penola, (8.), from Melbourne.

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LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE. I The Ethiopian arrived in Hobson'e Bay on Tues day, bringing us English papers to the 2nd of November, that date being seven days later than the intelligence brought by the mail. We make the following extracts : TUE LATE EXPLOSION AT ERITH.-The enquiry into the cause or the late terrible explosion near Erith was resumed yesterday. We regret to have to report another-death, making the thirteenth which has resulted from this deplorable accident. The sufferer was-a little boy named Yorke, who be longed to a family which had already sustained severe losses. A good deal of evidence bad been taken when the inquest was again adjourned. Skipping Gazette, 1st November. SERIÓOS FIRE AT FINSBURY.-Between the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock a fire broke ont on the premises belonging to Mr Cook, a cabinet-maker, situate in Bopemaker street, Finsbury. So intense was the hear, and so intense the smoke, that six persons in No. 26 were unable to descend the stairs beyond the first ...

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EASTERN POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 11th January. (Before the Police Magistrate). [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

EASTERN POLICE COURT. Wednesday, llth January. | (Before tbe Police Magistrate). ' DEUHKEIISESS.-Frederick Chiltern, charged with having been drunk and disorderly on the previous day was cautioned and discharged, THREATENING life.-John fieileyer was charged with having attempted to take the life of a woman named Catherine Petera. Mr Vining for the prosecution. The prosecution stated that she resided at         Pennyweight Fiat with her three children, her hus band being absent ,in New Zealand. About two o'clock that morning tbe prisoner came and rapped at the door, and when she refused to open it, he used most disgusting expressions, and threatened to break -it open. After a little he became quieter, and she then partly opened the door to see if he had left. He then caught hold of her by the throat, dragged her outside and attempted to assault ber. A man named George Ash then came up and rescued ber, and under his advice she left t...

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MR JOHN B. HUGHES' REPORT ON PLEUROPNEUMONIA TO THE GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

MB JOHN B. HUGHES' REPOST ON PLEURO PNEUMONIA TO THE GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH.AUSTRALIA. , Sm,-In that portion of Mr Hoghes' report which Appears in your Weekly Agricultural Report pub lished in the Star oí Stet December, the writer alleges that I " assured" bim ?** that no man could positively say that a.living beast badpleuro-pneu monia." As such a statement, if lelt uncorrected, except in so far as it bad proper reference to the very earliest development of pleuro-pneumo nia in wild «attie, would reflect less favorably on the professional than the unprofessional attendant, I trust you will allow me the opportunity for making a correction. Many unprofessional attendants, from the uniformity of the symptoms accompanying the frequent recurrence of well developed cases, have become so well acquainted and positive that their delineations of any fresh outbreak may, for most of the practical pnrpoaes dependiEg thereon, be ac cepted as tolerably trustworthy. It will, I hope, be understood by ...

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WARDEN'S COURT. Wednesday, 11th January. (Before the Resident Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

' WARDEN'S .COURT. Wednesday, iii* January. (Before the Resident Warden.) Forbes v Gray and Gray y Franklin and others. -Mr Mann and Mr Ï. Hardy, tor the parties in. these cases, stated that a postponement for a week had been agreed on. Postponed accordingly. Se.Williams and others --For abandoned ground formerly held by the Great Britain Company. Granted. Me A. Jones and others.-For abandoned ground On the Melbourne road. Granted. Re J. Harts and others.-For abandoned ground on the Melbourne road. Granted. Se W. New and others.-Far abandoned ground at Bunker's Hill. Hand-in-Hand Company y United Extended Band of Hope Company:-Mr McDermott, foi the plaintiffs, asked for a postponement of this .-case pending the appeal before the Supreme Court. Mr. /. Hardy, on the other aide, objected that the point at issue would not be raised in the court above, and that the. case should therefore .gp on. His Worship said there was no plaint before him. Mr M'Dermott said it was a complaint of encr...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

NEWS AND NOTES. At two o'clock thia morning there was no sews of the now over-due mail. Oar readers will be glad to hear that BO useful a charity aa that of the Ladies* Benevolent Clothing Society has been progressing slowly bot sorely dur ing the past year. The annual general meeting was. held at the Mechanics' Institute on Monday last, when the secretary's and treasurer's reports were read, and the old committee, consisting of fourteen ladies, re-elected. It seems the society had a hard struggle for existence at first, as it depended en tirely on private subscriptions, and moat people thought they had done enough in that way when they contributed towards the fonds of its elder sister the Benevolent Asylum. Daring the early part of last year, tbe committee had frequent cause to regret their inability to afford adequate relief, even ia the most deserving cases brought before them, bat by means of the liberal grant in aid made them lately by both oar borough councils their operations...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS. O'FABBELL AHB SON. FBESH HOBSES. SATURDAY, 14th. JANUARY, At 12 o'clock, At O'Farrell and Son's Gale Yards. HEAVY AND MEDIUM DRAUGHT COLTS ABD FILLIES Prom the Station of W. R. Scott, Esq., Challicum. O'FARRELL and SON have received instructions from the proprietor, Mr Scott, to sell by auction, at their Sale Yards, the above lot of first-class stock, which will be found to be of a very superior descrip tion, being the progeny of the well known Sir William Wallace._-_ . SATURDAY, 14th JANUARY. PUBLICAN'S BOOTHS. HEPBURN and LEONARD will sell sell by auc tion, nndfr the verandah of Craig's Royal Hotel, at three o'clock, Four Publican's Booths for the Miner's Races, Thursday and Friday, 26th and 27th inst. TUESDAY, 17th JANUARY. Important Sale of Mining Plant, Machinery, &c, at Auction. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. YT J M. GEO. HART, Auctioneer, Daylesford, has V » received instructions to sell by public auction, on the claim of the GBEAT NATIONAL COMPANY, Bryce'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

?LINE of PACK^^^Tl« Wai fae despatched from Melbtón¿Jffr^ ' direct, on &rtnrday the l«h January'Í865. ' Saloon, indnding fittings, linen,', .'''?'T Second cabin, on deck £SS '"J Third cabin ....^."'...".."....."i. j6i8 anà 'ï20 Steerage-.-...^ "." ¿l9 - For ratea of-passage money, and freight, apply tp Mass» EYRES BROTHERS, ' ballarat j or B^GHT BROTHERS and CO.; . " Flinders TabeVMeTbojirne. S1 [TB AH TO 4.0NO O N; Kearn ? Money Wigram and »?Bona' (of Blackwall Yard, London) ''Zone Of 8tea.ni ead £e&ng^SHpe/ To s&ü poeñtíreJy on the 4th Febraàry, the «plendid new screw steamship Ii O N D O N, ¡1750 Tons Register, 1 : J. B. ' MABXEBT, Commander; For plans of cabina, dietary -scales,. ind all parti culars, apply to .? - .WA?' WHITE and CO, ? - ?' - ,-' 10, Elisabeth street, Melbourne. .AILY«. STEAM COMMU NICATION: BETWEEN «GEELONG & MELBOURNE. -Tiie fest, sad-favorite S.S. EXPRESS, ? Conveying goods «nd passengers^ leaves the Koora booi Wharf, Geelong,...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 11th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, Util January, i Messrs HEPBURN and LEONA ED report Fat Cattle-A large supply to hand (between 700 and 800), this coupled with the wann weather prevailing caused prices to fall considerably. We quote-Best beef at 17s 6d per 100 lbs ; medium, 10s ; or very best bullocks, £J to £8 ; second do, £5 to £6 ; inferior, £3 to £4 ; cows at about 20s per heed under these rates. Our sales were, Mr Robert Orr's, Crom the north, at from £7 to £8 5s for bullocks, and for cows £6 6s to £7 10a. Calves- A few in. We sold a small lot at high rates considering the quality. Fat Sheep-Our market this week may be characterised.as particularly dulL The supplv for the most part was very medium. We sold for Mr A. Russell, Mahwallock, 615 wethers, first quality, light weights, at from 9s 6d to 10s 6d; best wethers, 55 lbs weight, are worth 12s to 12s 6d ; second, 10s to Us. Lambs-A full supply. Prime are very scarce. Medium and inferior are in excess, and consequently co...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

MINING INTELLIGENCE. Wdneeday was the busiest day in the ebal markst since the Christmas holidays, and mac activité prevailed in the search for several kinds < scrip, (rices in many instances closing at enhance! rates. For Band of Hope there was a condoned de mand, ind sales were made at £125 and £126, cloi ing firn at the latter figure. For Ballarat Quart: Stieglit; buyers were also numerous, and a con eiderabli number have changed hands at £100 t £105, std higher offers are spoken of. Chrysei have beek enquired for in the Melbourne market, an a sale nooned at £41. Sales of Grand Junctioi have laka place at £105 and £108, holders noi asking £10. Golden Empires have advanced ¡J value duriig the day; sales at £44 and £46. Sale are alsj retorted as folio wu;-Albion £10 10s; Nel son at £21 and £21 10s ; Great Gulf at £1 5s and Í15 7s 6d ; Prince Alfred at £1! 10s, sellers now asking £20; Koh-i-Noor st £60 Bed Jacket, ?' £13 109 to £14; St George, £23 New North Clunes, £6 15B...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

J _ AMBRICA. aaeiouowing telegraphic intelligence of the pro gress of the var in America Ja from the JEirmtg. Exprès* of the 2nd November : Nsw Yoak, 20th October, Horning, M Oteen castle.-Hood is retreating south wards. O ne earps - ; ol Sherman's army is at Lafayette. Price has captured Glasgow, and is recruiting his army, winch is now assuming formidable proportions. Forrest bas in* I vaded Western Kentucky, Twenty-five armednten.' arrived at St. Albau'a, Vermont, robbed tbe hank, killed two citizens, and afterwards left in the direc tion of Canada. They are supposed to be Southern«« ; from Canada. President Lincoln bas made a speech stating that some persons have constraed Seward's remarks into a threat that if he (Lincoln) was defeated in the Presidential election, be vronU do what he could to ruin the Government- Others interpret the fact of the Chicago Convention sot ad-" journing eint die as an intimation that if their nomi nee were selected he will at once seize the control...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 11th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 12 January 1865

LATEST INÏELLIGENCR TELEGEA.PHIC DESPATCHES. [Pus GKEVTUE AND Bnu>, BEÜTEB'S AGENTS.] NEW SOOTH WALES. STD NET, llth January. Mr Dean eoid at auction, this day, the chief portion of the cargo of congous ea Ettrick, at from £6 to £7 15s per chest Arrived, 8 p.m. yesterday-Ton Tangs (e.), from Melbourne. To-day--Egmont (a.), from Auckland.

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