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VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. TRAFFIC IOE WEEK ENDING 12TH JANUABY 1865 Passengers, 17,691 .£3939 13 7 Parcels and Live Stock. 419 ll 4 Merchandise . 6403 15 S £9763 0 4 JAS. DOWS, pro. Secretary. Traffic Audit Office, 16th January.

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOROUGH COUNCIL OF SMYTHESDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

BOBOUGH COUNCIL OF SMYTHESDALE: : '¿'ne usual weekly meeting of tua Council was held on friday evening. ? At the usual hour of meeting only four counciBorB were; present; but about forty minutes'afterwards there, were seven councillors present, whereupon business commenced. A letter from tbe Lands -and Survey Office, autho rising the Council to advertise Tbe closing of the road between sections 15 and 16 was resolved to be acted on. The rate collector's. weekly report was laid on the table. The finance committee "recom mended the following accounts for payment, viz.: J. Armstrong, £4 7s 6; petty cash, £6; Mr Vincent, -£5 10s, in full of all demands; and with regard to his chum for extra valuation the'.committee recom mended that it should not be paid. The report was j adopted. The consideration of the bylaw for the regulation of weights and measures was referred to a committee of the whole council. A deputation from the Mechanics' Institute, consisting of Messrs Burke and Williamson...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

STORAGE. STORAGE. STORAGE. NOTICE TO FARMERS. THE undersigned are prepared to make liberal cash advances on grain consigned to them for ?ale or storage, at their new brick stores, corner of Mair and Doveton streets, Market Square. _' J. V. TARTE and CO. TO FARMERS. rf\ f\ f\f\ BUSHELS of WHEAT WANTED. tj\J,\J\J\J The undersigned bas been instructed to purchase for cash the above quantity of Wheat, for Messrs Wm. Degraves and Co., Melbourne, delivered at the Ballarat Station. _ WILLIAM EAVES, Armstrong street. r I tHE undesigned is prepared to make Cash i Advances on wheat, oats, and barley, consigned to him for sale or storage. WILLIAM EAVES, Agent for William Degraves' guaranteed silk dressed floor. NOW READY. FORMS FOB THE REGISTRATION OF DOGS in January. PRICE ONE PENNY. To be had at this Office, and of all booksellers. ' OTICE.-Intending Subscribers are respectfully informed that the new' Quarter commenced on the 1st inst. AU persons indebted to this office are particularly requ...

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BUTCHERS' RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

BUTCHERS' BACKS. Steward«-Main Duncan, Bridget, Mitchel! Crook, Coram, Valentine, and Paterson. Judge Mr C. Bannister. Starter-Mr B. Jackson. Clerl oT the coarse-Mr Hont. The first butchers' races, in connection with thi Corporation Saleyards, were held at the yards, 01 Monday. Begarded, from a racing point of view the meeting possessed little of any interest, its mah objects evidently being to secare the attendance o ?euch of tbe public as chose to attend, and to coilee the whole community of butchers, slaughtermen, anc «lealers of the district for certain reasons which shall be explained. Many of these latter possessed nags, although of no great note, at least sufficiently plucky to induce their owners to match them in c race. The Borough Council of Ballarat, by which the yards were constructed, supported the meeting in a business point of view by subscribing ten guineas, to be run for in the shape of a Corporation Cup. With the patronage of this influential body the meeti ng ther...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

POST OFFICE NOTICE. ; ' The Overland Mail pier Bombay, for the United Kingdom, India, China, &c., will. close at this office on Wednesday, 25th January, at six p m. - Registered letters will be received np to four p.m. Money orders on the United Kingdom will not be ? issued after one p.m. ~ ' ' ». . _?. ^ A Supplementary Mail via Geelong and Queens cliff for ordinary letters only will close at nine p m, H. J. NEWTON Kino, Postmaster.' Post-office, Ballarat, 14th January, 1865.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrivals.-October 28.-Great Britain (steamer), Lusitania, Clyde, William Duthie, Jason, ataba. Ranee. Departures for Melbourne.-Star of England, John Eraser, Princess of Wales, Cheviot, Ethiopiaa, Fearnought, Rockhampton, Wellesley, Southern Ocean, Tarama (steamer), Koorta Moori*, Royal Standard. For Sydney.-Strathdon, Flying Spar, Koya, Rayner, Lochiel, Centurion, Spirit of tbe Korti, Glengavin. For New Zealand-Mermaid, Ernestine, Glenmark, Armstrong, Lady Ann, Mok KaftcráV Louisa. For Adelaide-Fort Regent, M ti tarty Atheliog, Queen Bee, Troas. For Queensland Hannah More, Hansfell. Casualty.-Gorilla, from Liverpool to Sydney, pct into Bio Janeiro leaky.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

MARRIAGES.         On the 8th January, at Sebastopol, by the Rev. J. G. Wilson, Conrad Klug, of Sebastopol, son of Conrad Klug, of Borcette, Rhenish Prussia, to Sarah Cooper, daughter of Augustus Cooper, of South street, Ballarat. On the 27th December, at Ballarat, by the Rev. R. Walker, T. A Rimington, to Mary, fourth daughter of W. Twyford, of London. DEATHS. On the 16th January, Isabelle Beatrice, aged 14 weeks, infant daughter of Richard ad Sophia Mayne, Sturt street, Ballarat. At her residence, Lydiard street, Mrs Margaret Engeler, of Hamburg, of hemithisis, aged fifty-three years and two months—deeply deplored by her only   son. Home papers please copy.

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BOROUGH COUNCIL OF BALLARAT EAST. Monday, 16th January. Present—The full Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

BOROUGH COUNCIL OF BALLARAT EAST. j Monday, 16th January. I Prêtent-The foll Connrdl. 1 I CoBBBSTOBDEHCB.-Letters were read from the Paulie Wo ria Deparlment, Iteibourne, asking if there wai any objection to Mr Brown .erecting a room o Ter the culvert near his premises, the Earl bf . Zetland Hotel.-Made an order of tbe day for next meeting, Prom the Ballarat Water Commission, enclosing draft bill of incorporation of the Commis sion, and balance-sheets to 30th September. From the Ceatral Board of Health, with the usual form of; questions for report.-Councillors congratulated their borough on the reputed fact that the borough was,. as to tbe death rate, the healthiest place in Victoria. From W. Bull, of the Red Bull Hotel, offering his door-lamp as a street-light tor that locality.-Re- ferred to the Works Committee, with power to act in the manner. From G. Young, of tbe Bricklayers' Arms Hotel, Melbourne Hoad, complaining of the earthworks thrown up near bi« place to the great hindran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

AUCTION" SALES. THIS DAY. HEPBURN JAT> LEONAED-At the Torf Sale Yards, at 1 o'clock, cattle aod sheep. LEWIS LEVY-At his new mart, at II o'clock, toys liquors, &c. ADVERTISEMENTS, WEDNESDAY, 18th JANUARY. SALE BY AUCTION OP Valuable Book«, Household Furniture, Kitchen Utensils- Sec-, DAWSON STREET. JAMES ODDIE and CO.. are favored with instructions from Mr A. COX, to sell at his dwelling, Dawson street, 2 doors from Dana street, and nearly opposite the residence of C. W. Sherard, Esq, on Wednesday, 18th inst, at 12 o'clock, An excellent assortment of BOOKS, comprising:_ 6 Vols, Commentary, Bible Encyclopedia, Bible Hand-books, Hall's works, Home on Psalms, Law on Exodus and Leviticus, Herschell'* Astronomy, Physi cal Geography, World Waters, Physical Science, Chemistry, History, &c, &c. FURNITURE, comprising chairs, tables, wash stand, iron bedsteads, bedding, delph, cutlery, kitchen utensils, box carpenters' tools, ¿c., «fcc. SATURDAY, 21st JANUARY, At 12...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

MINING INTELLIGENCE. Tbe Corner was not quite BO busy tm Monday ss on Saturday. Enquiries for Springdallah «tock »a* however, never more brisk than on the latter days of last week, and several improvements in value took place. Lalla Bookhs went up to £2 Ss 64, and ena £6 IO» was quoted; Cape Clears, realised £I5flr Golden Empires, £60 to £63; and Stanlys £2, wi* call paid; United Extended Band of Hopes sold at £128 10s; Great .Extended Sedans, £32 lOatoiSt; Koh-i-Noors, £58; Enfields, £64 10s to £65; OnneJ Bel Jackets. £14; Kelsons, £22 los to £2215s. Daylesford stock continues depressed, hardly «oy enquiries being made or any transactions reporte*. In the Warden's Court on Monday, the ces» M'Gill and others v Leviathan Company, Scotti* and Cornish Company v Alston and Weardale Com pany and others were held over till Wednesday. The case Davidson v Dermody, as reported in mwünt column, contains one or two points of interest. A general meeting of the Pt os nix Gotnpany, Smythesdale, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

«¡i i[kAÍttT Ö'tfo ND O j Jt«a^ Mopey Wigram and] s of Stoma^-BuEng Ships, j .To «ail positively on the 4th February¿ tim qJ^Sia 1 new screw steamship f.""- 'J', ¡ . ii :O".M -Dfç-?»!.'-: - ;Ï7*0 XOM fttaáifáiy. ~_. " "; -S.St. M^BffTO, -<>imt¿¡mflqr. V Eoe pitos of cabins,; dietary scales, .{and .all parti culars, apply to "'.7U*~ .' y . - <=JO,'KUaabegi,gtceet,Jgelboume. , DAILY . Brak» ?GEELQÄQ .«ELBODEÏ The faa* £aâT " Conveying goods and passeñjjers^leaves f^'Moora-1 bool Wharf, Geelong, daily, at S a. m., 'tetarnin& fróm "' the Queen'« Wharf, Melbourne (foot of William; ?treet), at 4 p.m. daily, Sundays excepted. , FAKES: V ' ,' " ' Cabin ...-..-.-......-......j.« Cg, Freight, per toa" 7*. THQS. J PABKKB, j^^ _? ll Market street, Mâbo'ûrne. IPPS, LANBÍ^-MIICIKEST j ?RIVER QUARTZ SHEFTU ty 1 Steamer to Port Albert and Coach : to Sale. Pass engere booked through,- including coach fare, for 40s. Steamers Ant or Keera «ail from Queen's Wharf j ever...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

LATEST INTELLIGENCE, The Assembly of the Church of England met on Monday. The Rev. Mr Dickenson moved-*' That full returns of the stipends received by readers of the diocese, including any fees received by them, toge ther with a detailed account of the places in which they officiate, and the nature of their work be fur nished to the Bishop in council, previous to the pre paration of the scheme for the distribution of the General Church Fund, and, that such returns be printed among the other statistics of the diocese." After some discussion the motion was carried with slight alterations. The subject of bazaars was also brought on the tapit; but after a good deal of warm debate those in favor of them showed a huge majo rity. Mr Woolley moved-" That it be left to the direction of the Bishop ia council to relax the role limiting the amount to be granted to wooden struc tures, subject to such conditions as to insurance or otherwise as the Bishop in council may think it ex- ! pedient to i...

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Arrival of the November Mails from Europe. REPULSE OF GRANT BEFORE RICHMOND. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. LINCOLN RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. CONFESSION AND EXECUTION OF MULLER. ABOLITION OF TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

Arrivai of^eN**emher ' Mails p^|jfeiBPo§e, »EPULSE Qi? OR&HT BEFORE ": BXBHKOBD. QB £ A ï LOSS OF LIFE. -làscmx RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. GOHFESSIOSr ABB . EXECUTION OF MÜLLES. ABOLITION OF TRANSPORTATION, The following appeared in a second edition of the Star of "Monday. .; ...«Ster Office,.Monday, 5-80 p.m... The branch mail Bteamer was sighted from Fort ' Adelaide this forenoon, and between three and four o'clock we received from oar correspondent the following telegraphic summary of the news : APEXAIDB, 16th January. The Wonga Wonga arrived at Glenelg at io a.m. this day. The P. and O. steamer had head winds.all - the way from Suez, which is the cause of ber de tention. The. Madras arrived at the Sound at 6 ajn.00 the 11th. ' In London in December commercial affairs were io a much improved state, and money easier. A reduction in the expenditure of the Government is to be carried out. From America the news is that President Lincoln contemplates sending Commissioners to 'Bichm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

BALLARAT AND BALLARAT EAST WATER 1 . COMMISSION.-Sana* ra »KBEBY xmnui,- -j That the. standpipe jst -the .junction pf Lyons street j «nd Start street will he removed, «nor about the i 17th instant, to the junction of Drummond street and I Eyre street.. By. .order... , . "r . WK. THOMSON, Secretary. . Water Commisaion Office, Sturt street, léth January, 186S., ¿ - > DENÏSON PLAINB PASTORAL COMPANY .fLsrnited).--AH iiitea&ùgiistx&sAâérB&è&ôxisQ . to proceed with the firs* detachment of the company's f expedition, mtimate their intention and fay deposits on or before the i20th January, 1865; . -? - -V c WM. HARVEY, Agent» Bourke street west/Mel-t bourne.. - <.';-?-''.. -?? .'. ^TpTICEISHEREBr GJTEJST,-That «di persons j having" claims 'against -the midtnsignëd are i requested tb furnish the same to him, on or before ! the 23rd ihstoVaftex. which.' date, nb claim wflT be , .BOBEBT COLVIN. Ballarat, l^th January, I8fi5. ' " . THE EARLY CLOSIN...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Messrs Walsh, Were, and Moore, and Hr S. Gonion report the following sales of shares yesterday:-Koh-i Noors, £58 and £59 ; Great- Extendens, £32 10s, £33, and £34 terms ; St. George United, £25 ; Bed Jackets, £14 ; Enfield, Durham, £65 ; Lalla Bookhs, Spring dallah, £4 and £5 ; Redans, Stieglitz, £3. ' Messrs James Croyle and John Ditchbum report the following sales of shares made yesterday:-LauaRookhs, j £4 5s and £5, £5 10s, £5 17s 6d; Leviathans, £30 ; : Great Extended, £32 10s and £33 ; Nelsons, £22 12s 6d , and £2215s ; Enfield, Durham, £65 ; Koh-i-Noor, £60 ; 1 Cape Clear, £147 ; Golden Empire, £63 and £64. Messrs Janies Smith, William Oldham, and Walter Eington, sharebrokers, report the following sales made yesterday:-St George United, Sebastopol, £35 and £26; Enfield, Durham, £65; Albions, Sebastopol, £10 10s; Golden Bi vere (new issue), ii 7s w; Lana Bookhs, Springdallah, £5, £5 10s ; Stanleys, Spring dallah, £1 13s, call paid ; Creavy's, Daylesfbrd...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

NEWS AND NOTES. The European mail for November has arrived at last. Yesterday forenoon its arrival was telegraphed from Adelaide, but it was not till late in the after- noon that any portion of our telegraphic report reached us. The news so received waa published in a second edition about six o'clock in the evening, and will now be found in another column supplemented by further intelligence received subsequently, and some items from a second edition of the Argus re- ceived by the night train. The detention of the mail   is attributed to length of the passage made by the   Golconda between Suez and Galle. The branch steamer Wonga Wonga had also a long passage of 120 hours. The news will be found to be important. The passengers to Melbourne by the steamer are - Messrs Cumberland, Stendale, Baldock, Cavanagh, Ingleton, Stewart, Courcier, Dr Peach, R. Leys, Mr and Mrs J. W. Smith. Our ordinary intercolonial telegrams did not arrive   last night, p...

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POLICE. EASTERN COURT. Monday, 6th January. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr S. Wilson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 17 January 1865

POLICE. EASTERN COURT. . __ Monday, 6iA January. "(Before the Police Magistrate and Mr S. Wilson, J.P.) uKUNKENHESs.-james lJonerty, cbarged with having been drona and disorderly on the previous afternoon, was fined 5s or six hours' imprisonment. STEALING FRO* A DWELLING.-Edward Sutton was charged with having stolen the sum of £9 :14« from the dwelling-house of one Augustus Cooper on Saturday last. Mr Harris appeared to prosecute. A little girl about tea years of age, the prosecutor's daughter, deposed that about six o'clock on Saturday evenirjg, the prisoner, wbo formerly boarded at the house, came in and walked into the bedroom. After being in the room a short time he opened a box and abstracted therefrom a parcel wrapped in a blue handkerchief, from which he took a bondie ot notes and some silver. The money be put in his pocket and threw the handkerchief away. Witness was m the kitchen when' the prisoner came in, and after he left the room he bad a cup of tea with ber. He then ta...

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NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedules filed in Ballarat.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 18 January 1865

NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedules filed in Ballarat 1 Ol,orlo. W"kV I_ i,_ vannes vreoo, Dutcner, iSrowns. Causes of in solvency-Continued sickness of wife, and losses in business. Debts, £153; assets, £99 6s 10&4 ; defi ciency, £53 13s 1£<L James Herrylees, miner, Scarsdale. Causes of insolvency-Long continued sickness, and pressure of creditors. Djots, £67 4s 2d ; aseeta. ¿4 ¡ defi ciency, £63 4s 2d. (Schedule filed in Geelong.) Henry Ralph Fisher, of Geelong, publican. Lia bilities, £154; assets, £30. (Schedules filed in Melbourne.) Annesley Boyde, of Beechworth, carpenter, and formerly of Howell street. Wodonga. Causes of insolvency-Loss in building at Wodonga, falling off in trade, and illness of wife. Liabilities, £105 18s 4d ; assets, £31 18i ; deficiency, £74 Os 4d. Mr Courtney, official assignee. John Grimes, of Ayr street, Prahran, late licensed victualler, but now out of business. ' Causes of in solvency-Falling off in business, high rent, and pressure of cred...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 17th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 18 January 1865

SOTJTH AUSTBALIA. j ADELAIDE, 17th January. I ! Dt Kent, formerly well known in Adelaide, died ' in London. 25th November. ! Ur Torrens intends to resign the Begistrar I Generalship on his return to the (»tony. I The Saint Magnus' cargo of Java produce was j sold at auction, for fair prices. I A special meeting of «he committee of the Mel bourne Chamber of Commerce was held on Tuesday for the purpose of receiving » report of the inter view with the Chief Secretary on Monday, «ben the memorial on the subject of whsxfage rates was pre «snted to him. The report of the deputation wu rally dissciissed, after which the following resolution was agreed to;-H That this committee regrets to learn the result of the interview with the Chief Secretary on the subject of the present wharfage rates, being of opinion that they are an ac j ult and impolitic-that their total ««peal is required in the public interests.*' In the Church of England Assembly on Tuesday, Mr ^'Beckett gave notice that he wou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 18 January 1865

COLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, Incorporated by Act of Council, 1856. Subscribed Capital, £1,000,000. Paid np do, £437,500. Thia Bank allows interest on deposits at the fol lowing rates: Payable on Demand at ...... 2i per cent per annum. 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 ehetttr, aa 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 they fall due. Gold purchased in dust, bar, or subject to assay. JOHN HENDERSON, Manager. Ballarat, ll th Jone, 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. TAKTE and CO. TO FAKMEBS. K fl fi fifi BUSHELS of ...

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