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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

TBS BISHOP or BTPOBT ÀJSD" THE APPAKITIOW." The Bishop of Ripon occupied the chair at the anni-, verssry of the Huddersfield Church Institute on Monday, and af ter speaking upon the co-operation necessary between the clergy and laity, he proceeded to make the following observations:-"AU must feel that at thia time the Church of England was placed ou her trial, that she was passing tbrongh agréât' crisis, that she had foes both witbont and, he feared he must add, also from within; but, at the same rime, he bad no fear whatever for the issue of this conflict, provided that each woutd remain firm, true, lovat and steadfast to the recognised principles of the church, (Applause.) Let them cleave fast to those principles as embodied io her articles, her liturgy, and her homilies. Let them not be tempted to swerve aside from those principles, but diligently employ themselves in all works of practical usefulness, and depend npon it, the church would only deepen her hold upon the intelligent...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 18th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 18th January. Messrs HEPBURN and LEONARD report Fat Cattle.-A fully supply, with a good demand and better prices by 15s a head than ruled last week. Best beef brought from 17« 6d to 20s per 100 lb, medium 15s. Our sales were-117 head (Mr Henty's) mixed sexes, medium quality at £5 6s Od, all round; 112 head (Mr E. Youl's, Yambuck) mixed sexes, good to medium, at £5 16s, and 31 rough dairyman's cattle at from £3 to £4; total sales 250. Fat Calves-A light supply. We sold a small lot at from 30s to 45s per head. Fat Sheep Our Market this week (as for the last three weeks) has been most unsatisfactory; the supply being in excess, and the quality for the most part very indifferent. We sold for Guthrie 1021 wethers at from 9s 6d to 12s. We quote best wethers, 55Ibs, 12 to 13s, medium, 10s to 11s. Fat Lambs-A fall supply of medium quality. We sold for Mr Guthrie 270 at 9s to 9s 6d, and for Mr Smith 263, from 7s to Ss; total, 533. Store Sheep-The demand...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

.Tiffi King baa addressed* rirèsaage to theliarional Assembly, than Iring bofly lor baring fih&he* i the «onsti talion, abd hfpomöng1« day for tbe mem-: jbers to take the oath of ' fidelity. .'Thei Smg ^so. I tfeqnests Atavist** <jf>4be tawrelative to the^Ubolic bjifcops, 4uid recimuneB^ some practical means of amending the constitution in this respeot. The above message gave rise to aa animated debate. The Opposition proposed a vote pt censure npoa the Muiutoy for pnbUshinR the inessage before it;had beé^re^ Upon-, the question being pat, however, |be '«*? of > tte Ministry was approved by 177 ageinstilB vntei. ,

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]TALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

' ^ ITALY. The Chamber of Deputies re-assembled on the 3rd November. Ministers at once brought before the House the two bills, for the Franco Italian Conven tion and the transfer af the capital. The discussions which ensued were of the highest interest, termina- : ting in votes that gave large majorities to the government. In the coarse of the discussion some members j declared tbat they did not thick the documents com municated to the Chamber were sufficient, and others demanded explanations as to the real meaning of the convention. These expressions of uneasiness pro duced statements from the ministers which have pro cared for them the support of the bulk of the public out of doors, as well as within the Assembly. General, La Marmora addressed, the Chamber OJ the 12th. He said he did not wish to deliver a speech, but to make «orne declarations. Before the convention was concluded he said he was opposed to it, teasing it would disturb the already "cemented union of the Italian pror...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

CANADA. une Canadian Union Conference meets with closed doors. Ic is understood that an invitation ¿will be sent to the Pacifiocolonies to join the Confederation.. A proposal for the Crown to appoint the head of the Confederate Executive, and "the governors.of the. provinces, had been favorably received. Quebec despatches state that the conference bad decided on confederation, which will be submitted to the existing Parliament without direct reference to the public.. Hue following summary of news is from the. Quebec papers of the 22nd October:-The Confer ence is still in session, and to expedite the business before it, holds two sittings daily. After four days* debate the knotty question of proportionate repre sentation in the Upper House of *the Confederate I legislature has been decided. It appears to. have been decided that Upper and Lower Canada, to gether with the leading maritime provinces, shonld have 24 members each, to be appointed by the. Crown. Newfoundland to have a sepa...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"SHAKSPEARE'S OWN PRAYER BOOK." (To the Editor of the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

I "SHAKSPBARE'S OWN PRAYER BOOK.» I (To the Editor of the Tima.) SIB,-A book catalogue baa this morning »*«^fa me bearing on ita title-page, in consràcnoos UBBV letters, the announcement that "Shakspeare* oma Prayer-Book" is now on sale. No doubt this dia logue will be very widdy circulated, for its leading announcement is rather a abutting osa. * Bot lam. more startled to find that my name is painted aa voucher for the genuineness of " Sh&kspeacefe own" Prayer Book." This has been done without any authority and without my knowledge Having been done, however, it is but right that I shoum. at ones say what I know about a book the discovery of wmcV cannot but arouse much interest . ; In tiie course of the summer I learnt that a. Inst was in the hands of Mr Partridge, a respectable bookseller at Wellington, Shropshire, with whom I have had some dealings, which was alleged .to be Shakspeare s prayer book. This seemed to me ta be . so very interesting a discovery, and to bring va...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN KNOT. (From the Spectator.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

THE AUSTRALIAN KNOT. CFrom the Spectator.! I A great opportunity has fallen to Mr Cardwell-- i I The contingency anticipated for twenty years has at I last occurred, and it rests with him tc carry out: the I policy which all England has for that period con I gratulated itself on accepting. For at least twenty years_ever since Sir William Molesworth first ad I mitted the right of the colonies to self-government j -English statesmen have been -repeating that the 1 colonies were free. We should not repeat a second I time the blunder of the American war. If Australia I or the Canadas chose to stay beneath the shadow of I the empire they - might stay and-welcome, but if I chose to go they should go without hindrance or I animosity. The dogma that we should never fight 1 dependencies ruled by Ttng1i«>impn has been re« j echoed with an emphasis which proves that the ] speakers had at heart some latent doubt of the j strength of their own resolve. They had, and for I this very obvious re...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] VICTORIA. SALE, 18th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PEB GEEVILLE AND BIRD, ¡BEDTEB'S AGENTS.] VICTORIA. «. SAT.E, 18th January. The reef has been struck, in No. 6, Cohen's Beef Springer's Creek. The stone is equal to that ia Ho. 7 on thc fame reef. At Donnelly's Creek diggings, the reef bas been struck iu the Mount Useful prospecting claim, at a depth of 200 feet from the surface in a tunnel- Gold is easily visible in the stone. Mr Warden Buller has put Messrs Nicholls and Keelan in possession of Nos. 9, IO, and ll, North Crinoline claims. A pound-weight of silver ore has been picked out on Nos. 9 and IO, North Crinoline claims, and several lots have been sent down to Melbourne to be tested. The Crinoline battery is stopped for want of water. The company is now raising finer stone than they have ever yet had.

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE. UNPUBLISHED TELEGRAMS. (Received from the European Agents of Messrs Greville and Bird.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE, j tJOTDBLISHKD TKLEORAMS. (Received bom the European Agents of Messrs Greville »nd Bird.) * ~] A telegram feom London of 26th November, states upon the authority of the Globe, that the announce- ' ment of Lord Lyons having retired from the post of -ambassador et Washington (as reported in the news by the mau) is without foundation, and that his Lordship has obtained six months' leave of absence -only. ~ BERLIN, 25th November. ' The Gazette de L'Allemagne du ATord states that Lord Napier is expected shortly in Berlin, preceded bj a high reputation for having always cultivated the most friendly relations on the part of his Go vernment with those to Whom he was accredited. : The Oazeite augurs from this appointment the most favorable consequences as regards the fa tore inte course between the two countries. ' - - HANOVER, 26 th November. It is officially announced that in virtue of the Convention concluded at-Kiel, a batallion of Hano verians ana two companies o...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Wednesday, 18th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. LEGIS um YE ASSEMBLY. Wednesday, 18(A Januar». Mr Cowell called attention to a breach of privi lege. He «aid that in the Ag» newspaper ol the 30th December ult, bis character had been violently and offensively attacked, especially in connection with his duties as a legislator. The passages referred to were read by bim as follows :-That the conscience of the hon. member " might go a long way before it pulled bim np," and that his (Mr CowéU's) consti tuency, had " elected a mean, ignorant, and hypo critical representative." He would, without com ment, leave the matter in the hands of the House. The Speaker requested the bon. member to mark the passages complained of, and hand them to the Clerk of the House. The Clerk then read the pas sages complained of. Mr Cowell then moved-" That the article in the Age of the 30th December contained a gross and a scandalous libel upon an honorable member of that House." Mc Sherwin seconded the motion. MrM'Culloch greatly...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FEARFUL MURDER AT BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

i A FEARFUL MURDER AT BERLIK. j 'ine louowjng ta the substance of a narrative of an extraordinary murder and trial which have created great sensation in Barun:-On the 19th ot April, < 1664, was found io that part of tbe Spree which is ' called the Oberbaum, a sack containing a corpse, soon recognised as that of Professor Gregy, a native of Nancy, aged S3, and teacher of the French language. It was frightfully mutilated. ?; The bead alone had . no less than - twelve wounds. Five of these were stabs; seven bsd been' made by some' chopping in strument, and - ran parallel, aud - these had ' been inflicted after the stabs. - The skull was broken, the brains bad ran ont, one of the eyes was cat through, ? and the cheek entirely chattered. For a fortnight ' all endeavors to find oat the perpetrators of the deed proved vain. At length, on the 2nd of Hay, a tailor, named Bonzel, living at Oranien Platz, gaye notice that on the 17th of April (the day Gregy,w.as first missed), he ba...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 18th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA; I A DELAiDE. 18th January. I Barta Barra copper is worth £90 per ton. The Wonga Wonga sailed for Melbourne at 9 B.m, and the South Australian at 5 p.m. Our Melbourne correspondent writes-The oppo nents of the Land Bill in the Upper House are seemingly jubilant at their prospects of so far de feating that measure, that a very considerable alter ation will have to be made therein ere it meets with the approbation of a majority of that chamber. As previously mentioned, there are, it is said, a majority of the members pledged to support an in crease in the rent now derived from the squatters. Should this be the only difficulty met with in passing the bill into law, our ancient Legislators will be in a fair way of earning for themselves a character for liberality. As the bili will come on for discussion on the same evening as the bill pro posing an alteration in the constitution of the Upper House, and as a call of the House to con sider the latter measure has been agree...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
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EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL IN SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

EXTRAORDINARY TRIAI, IN SWITZER LAND, A remarkable triai has just concluded in Switzer» land. For many successive days Dr Hermann Demme, one of the most distinguished members of the medical profession in Switzerland, s writer for the Récue da Deux Monda and other publications, an accomplished scholar, and a man devoted to the study of science, stood before the bar of justice, charged with the commission of a peculiarly foul and terrible murder. One who was alleged to he the accomplice shared the ordeal with him-Madame Sophia Trumpi, wife of the man with whose murder Dr Demme stood charged. The deceased man was a banker, of Berne, where Dr Demme practised the medical profession, and likewise held a chair in the University. M. Trumpi was a coarse and sensual man, liable to frequent and fierce gusts of passion. He was profligate, he was fond of wine, he was at once suspicious and foolish, fiercely jealous of his wife, and quite reckless how he exposed her to temptation. Their married l...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRAZIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

. '__ BRAZIL. . . ; A ; .The captare of the Florida by the United States j ' Jrar vessel the Wachusetts baa caused ? much in dig- j nation - at Bahia. The people, oh bearing of the gross outrage, tore down j the American : consular arms and broke it in pieces. Nearly '. .all the mer chants at Sabia had signed a document, and for-1 warded it to the Chamber of Commerce , at .-New, "york, requesting them to withhold any jndgmenton theimatto until they bare fall and correct accounts j ot the outragé.. The facts of- the capture are these. ] The Florida entered the harbor of Bahia while the Wachusetts was lying there, and, required pennis- ¡ sion tb take in coal, «nd to make .some,\ necessary . repairs in her machinery. These demands the law of nations would' not permit the Brazilian authorities to refuse. The visitor was -permitted to repair ber en*. .gina, "and to remain solong as might be necessary for ?that purpose, andino longer. . For greater .security She was anchored under the gun...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLISH COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. (From the Home News of 26th November.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

ENGLISH: COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. (From the Some lieus ol 26th November.) Tts official report of business on the Stock Exchange is as follows:-Three per Cent. Consols for money. Slid, 91,1,91 ; do for account, 89$, j ; Three per Cents. Re duced, 89|, 88¿, 894 ; New Three per Cents., 89, 88f, 89¿, 88¿; New Two-and-a-Half per Cents., 72; Bank Stock, 239; India Five per Cent. Stock, 1061, i, 106, £; do Four per Cent. Debentures, 1866, 97j ; do bonds, 5s prem., par ; Four per Cent. " enfaced rupee paper, 89 ; do Five-and-a-Half per Cent., 110. Exchequer Bills of both issues at Ss dis to par. The reduction in the bank rate to 7 per cent, having been fully anticipated, has occasioned rather realisa tions than purchases of pubUc securities. All the mar kets are dull, and occasionally a slight reduction in prices has taken place. The decline, however, is in no case important. The funds are steady, though Consols are quoted a trifle lower for the account. Theaiteration in the bank rate, havi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

IMPOUM)INGS. AMHERST.-Impounded st Amherst, 30th Decem ber, by H. Robison, for managers of Amherst Farmers' and Gold-field Common, trespass ls fid each -Brindle cow, like tnD off rump, like T over AHHC off ribs (the HE under T conjoined); red and white cow, CB ofi ribs, like SI near shoulder; yellow and white cow, A near ribs; brindle cow, CB over - off ribs FC; red and white heifer, like SI near shoulder; white heifer, like S and blotch brand on near ribs, red ears; red heifer, like SI over - near shoulder; red and white heifer, no visible brand; yellow and white heifer, like 13 near shoulder; yellow and white cow, HCK. near ribs RHK conjoined off ribs (the R to left), like SI near shoulder; brow« mare, P over td conjoined off shoulder, saddle marked, small star; grey horse, TH near shoulder, collar and saddle marked. Same time and place, by Hans Nelson, damages £1-Bay horse, o over ° near shoulder, star and snipe, two bind and one fore foot white, saddle marked, scar on'near hip, ...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

S' D' 'TE AH TO LONDON. J Weean Honey Wigram and ^_s_M_BÄ^Sonl>' (of Blackwall Tart, London) n«^ai^^B< Line of Steam- «ad Sailmg Ships. To BOÜ positively on the «th February, the splendid new screw steamship . . LONDON, 1750 Tons Berater, 'J. B¿ Msttn**, Commander. For plana of cabina, dietary acalea, and all parti culars, apply to W. P. WHITE and CO., _10, Elizabeth street, Melbourne. fcAILY STEAK COMMU NICATION BETWEEN 'GEELONG & MELBOURNE. '-The fast und favorite SA EXPRESS, Conveying goods and passengers, leaves the Moora bool Wharf, Geelong," daily, at 8 tum., returning from ? tbe Queen's Wharf, Melbourne (foot of William ¡ Btreet), at 4 p.m. daily, Sundays excepted. F ABES: CabinT.. ....................._... 6B. Steerag»__-_Se. Freight, per ton.7B. . THOS. J PARKER, Agent, < ! ______ll Market street, Melbourne. GIPPS LAND.-QUICKEST ROUTE to the CROOKED »-RIVER QUARTZ REEF ia by J ' Steamer to Port Albert and Coach to Sale. Passengers booked thr...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE Messrs James Croyle and John Ditehburn report the ! following sales of shares made yesterday:-Great Gulfs, £16, £16 2s 6d, £16 10s, and £17; St. George, £35, SSH, and £37; Golden Empire, £62 and £63; Lalla Rookhs, £5; Stanley, £2 5s; Essex, £67. Messrs Platt, Galbraith and Co. report the following shares sold yesterday:-St. George, £3i 10s to £36 10s; Stanleys, £2 7s 6d to £2 10s; Pioneer, £28 10s; Water loo, Quartz, Steiglitz, £i 15s. Messrs James Smith, William Oldham, and Walter Kington, sharebrokers, report the following sales made yesterday:-Ballarat Quarta, Stieglitz, £105; St. George United, Sebastopol, £5 15s and £7; Hand-in-Hand, Inkermann, full share, £145, and £150 on terms; Lalla Eookh, Sprmgdallah, £5 15s, £5 10s, and £5 5o; Stan leyTi^riogdaUah, £2 10s and £2 15s; Bed Jackets, Se bastopol, £14; Enfield, Dalham, £61 and £64; Great Gulf, £16 to £16 10s.

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

MINING INTELLIGENCE. Business iras brisk at tbe Corner on Wednes day, transactions being numerous, with several enquiries (or scrip which could not be met with ct previous day's limit- There has been a canünneá .ranon Stanleysand St. George United, both «cri» having made several advances daring the day. Buyers offered X23 for Nelson without elf act, and Leviathans at £20, as also Bed Jackets at £t4, were wanted. The following sales are reported:-St. George, £35, £36, £37, and £38; Ballarat Quartz, £llO;K»h-i-Noor, £58; lalla Eookh, £Sand£5 10e; Stanley, £2 5a and £2 10s; Band of Hope, £196 Us and £127; Great Gulf, £16 10s; Enfield, £63 aaa £65; Defiance, £30. The Band of Hope Company washed ont 2201« Wednesday. The Essex Company's yield for Tuesday was 36 ? oz. I The British Company had a retara of 53 oz fer i Monday's washing. The yield of the Black Hill Company for the psst fortnight was 162 oz 13 dwt. The St. George United Company obtained regis tration, on Wednesday afternoon, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 19 January 1865

AUCTION SALES. THIS DAT. LEWIS LEVY-At the Mart, Bridge street, kerosene lamps, toys, &c., at 12 o'clock. OGILVIE and ROBINSON-At Geelong, at ll o'clock, timber. O'FABBELL and Sos -On the claim. Lady Darling Company, plant, horses, &c, at 12 o'clock. ADVERTISEMENTS. THIS DAT. To Storekeepers, Dealers, and Trade in general. At HT AM'S and CO'S. Auction Booms, ' Bridge street. Kerosene Lamps. Plated Ware, Fancy Goods. &c., &c MK LEWIS LEVT (of John Hyams and Co.), will sell by Auction, at their New Mart, Bridge street, at 12 o'clock sharp, The unsold portion Kerosene, Hanging, Stand, Table, and Bracket Lamps, 6 gross Chimneys and Wicks, assorted sizes, 1 cask Kerosene, Miners' Lanterns. Also, large assortment of Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, tc. No Reserve -Terms at Sale. WEDNESDAY, 26th JANUARV, At 12 o'clock. Sale of Household Furniture. Plate, Piano forte, Carriage and Pair of Horses, &c. JAMES BAKER has been favored with instruc tions from Mr Ro...

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