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POLICE. EASTERN COURT. Monday, 23rd January. (Before the Police' Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

POLICE. EASTERN COÏÏBT. . ' : Mondag, SSrrf January. -.(Before the Police' Magistrate.) :. DuiHKsnrBBS.- Thomas Shaw, charged with haring ¿teen draak waa discharged as ft waa his first offence. John Feeling, in custody for exposing his person in the Main road on the- previous night, -was j discharged on bis consenting to pat a £1 note in the j poor-box. . fie was -a stranger in Ballarat, and ex pressed his deep regret for what had occurred. j Paxtr. LABOEBT.-John M'Donald was charged I with having stolen a felt hat from the shop door of j Messrs Twentyman and Stamper, of Bridge street. 1 Be stated that he was completely unconscious of ] what he had dorre through drink. He "had'only j arrived in town a day or two ago from Burrumbeet, j where he had been engaged harvesting. There was j nothing known against him, and as his statement j appeared correct, the polies magistrate stated that I he would accept it. The prisoner was therefore ] cautioned and discharged. 1 A CHÍMESE TBW.-Gin Sh...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WATER COMMISSION AND THE LAL LAL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

THE WATER COMMISSION AND THE T.fer. LAL COMPANY. »IE,-1 observe, by the report tn your issac af to-day, tbat the Ballarat Water Commission derided that the two Mayors, and, it need.be, their solici tors, should proceed to Melbourne to have ansa&s view with Mr Grant, and probably take cotamrPK opinion in the pending dispute with the l«ï 1*1 Company. As a ratepayer, I am naturally afrawtfd at this suggested wholesale expenditure. Two Mayors and their solicitors expenses to Melbourne, and counsel's fees when there, añil form * formid able item in the quarter's expenditure. Why can not the Commission settle their dispute in the ordinary way ? In the dispute now pending, two hearings have already taken place before the Warden, and in each case the Lal lal Coamsny obtained an award of damages. If the Ciawmwiipa is dissatisfied with the result, let it propose arrfer ence to arbitration, which no doubt would be agreed to; but pray let the ratepayers be spared rmiiw^my expense. Tours...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DOG ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

_ r ' THE DOO ACT. «» th?.-! I68 *? "ave a »mai space in yon «¿moa Päled to register my one dog while my nectobort can Keep two or three who prort «hont^ragn^S rush at any person, who happew^^^hoae isa's ¿;sk.rjs.?-5ss I remain your hnmhäe «Errant. AB cot, aut January. CoauBBOG. ts ARARAT BENEVOLENT ASÏIAJM.-Weekly Kt*"* Í -Number remaining in the Asyl um by last return males, 79; females, 8; children, 79. Arrrmrtfd nar ing the week-msles, 5; femUc^ 1; children «J- t*«* charged during the week-males, 2; died. 1; &B*rj!' 0; children, 0. Remaining fa the Asyrnm 81; females, 9; children, 79; total, M9-_ ber of oat-door recipients relieved dirruido» week, 132 adults; 220 children s total, 3SSL of au, 521. Honorary medical officer for the ca^1* week, Dr Holthouse; non-resident surgeon, Dr Msc farlane.-ff«. BOOOHEK. Master.-21st Jasaaty, 1865._ " ' . ' : ^ Printed and Swished, for the I^opñetor, 1»«***? EnWABD FIKNIS, at the JSollW Star Office, 6»** street, Ballarat.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 23rd January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 23rd January. Parliament will be dissolved on .Thursday by proclamation. The English mail closes at noon on Friday. Sales of good brands of flour have been made at £20 10s per ton. Cleared out: Tarquin, for, Madras, with horses and cows; Zenobia, for Bombay, with 2300 bags of flour; Heather Bell, for Hobarton, with 250 quar ters of wheat. A Miss Jane Arbuckle fell down dead in Lennox street, Richmond, on Monday morning, bleeding at the mouth. Our Melbourne correspondent writes :-Certain Land Tax resolutions will be remembered as having been brought forward lest year in a rather crude and ill-digested form. The presentagitation io reference to the new tariff charges is likely to bring W. Smith's suggestion jato popular favor, and I un derstand that on Tuesday be will move that the House on Friday resolve itself into a committee of the whole to consider the following resolutions: " That it is expedient ;tfast a Land Tax shall be levied in this colony." " Tha...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
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THE NEW DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

THE KEW DUTIES. Thé followingÏB from the ArgvMof Monday: A well-informed corresponnent, writing on- tb ?object of the proposed new tariff; expresses him ?elf as follows:-"The duties are .placed on item that will especially affect the bulk of the popnlatfoi -working men, miners, -and heads of families, b small or limiteiTmeans. A very cursory examina' tion will show that tbejmposts wUl be beyond mea sure oppressive on them-much more so, indeed than any other system of taxation can possibly be to say nothing ot their eflect'in'altogether closing t< ns the markets of the neighboring colonies, as wei as the trade of the highly important districts-nortl oí tue Murray (Riverina) and west of the Glenelg Monnt Gambier, Penola. 'L&d^':, There can be a« question but that tbey will settle the border cnstómi dispute quickly. Already arrangements have beer made witb Sydney and Adelaide merchants for most of the goods which Melbourne has hitherto supplied to these districts, an...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
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STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

STOCK REPORTS. DENILIQUIN.-Thé contmuëd drought ls becoming j highly injurióos to stock. The<grass is all dry ss a Chip, and the usual bush /ires are adding to squatters' diffi culties. At Tuppal station we hear that a small flock of J sheep were overtaken by a .fire and destroyed. Were it ' not for great care being exercised the custom of letting, sheep run loose, daring the prevalence of bush fires, would be highly dangerous. Cattle wüí generally save themselves, but sheep when fire approaches gather in large flocks, and circling round and round remain to be burnt. On the Yanko Messrs Wilson lost Wo or three miles of brush fencing, bat as tins description of Sance costs only about one-third that of posts and rails, the loss is not severe. We understand Messrs Powers, Rutherford and Co. have disposed of the remainder of Mr Macrae's South Australian sheep, some 13,000 at satisfactory rates. Mr Forsyth reports having sold 2000 ewes at 13s usual terms, and a large number of...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL OF BROWNS AND SCARSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

BOROUGH COUNCIL OF BROWÎîS AKDj , SCARS!) A I.B. '* ..The usual fortnightly meeting of this Council took place on Thursday, 19th inst. There were euc couuculors present, viz:-The Mayor, Cr Oman, -Jackson, Young, Gartside, and 'M'liean- A letter was read from the Chief Secretary's Office, con taining a form to he filled with the number of rate payers, and the amount at which each person, was -rated.-The information was ordered toce supplied.fl -A letter was read from the Treasury, containing à form to be filled up stating the amount of general rates'received during the year ending 3lst Decetn ber.-^-Theletter was received and .the requirements ordered to be complied with.'-A'letter was' read from Messrs Alexander and Co., contracterai soli citing a progress payment on < Contract No. 21.-It was resolved that no more- money be paid on that, contract until the completion of the -work according to plans and' specifications.-The town surveyor's report with reference to' a site,...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL OF SMYTHESDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

BOROUGH COUNCIL, OP SMYTHESDALE. The usual weekly meeting of this Council took place on Friday evening. There were only five councillors present-Ces Keith, Tait, Papenhagen, Mortenson, and Alpen. A letter was read from the Treasury, containing forms for filling-up, stating the amouot of rates collected during the past year. The letter .was received and the retune ordered to be forwarded. Plans and specifications for a house and offices for the poundkeeper were hud on the table; also a letter from the town surveyor, asking for in structions with reference to the formation of the road . to the north-western.boundary of the.borough. : The plans and specification were ordered to be received and tenders called forthwith for the erection of the buildings! It was res ol wed that the Works Committee select a site far the building. The letter of the town surveyor, in reference to the formation of the road was postponed for consideration to the next meeting. The report of the Works Committee ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE ORPHANAGE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. - THE ORPHANAGE FOND. ' 'Z SIB,-In answer to your correspondent "Titunr theos," in Thursdays issue, I am waling to accept his remarks in Sie same gênerons rnaimft- aa tie makes them, bat 1 must say that I think bri know ledge of the matters mentioned in hi« letter is bot limited. Bad it not been so, be would base beta aware of the difficulties in getting returns of lid e's distributed over ancb a large district.' Ciliay siii= well state that we. bave not received jany «**»ras< from the connery districts United Pernonatratinai Committees, so at present we are nuable ta-fiare before the public a correct balance-aheett box sm doubt after the meeting of the Ballarat Denmoatra tion Committee, on Tuesday next, we wS be in a position to .do BO, for we are as anñon» tn appoint truéiéts as your correspondent or the fmbBccanbe. In reference to your editorial note, I beg leave tn cay that I bave never received a shilling frail the Demonstration Committee; the ...

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THE THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

XHE THEATRE ROYAL ou,-i oe teetotallers of the Theatre Boyal Save had a good deal of foo poked at them Imw1» their arrogance and uabusinessUkeness inconagcfioii with their late parchase there. Ttiârassnnsptîancf Divine Providence as a guiding power ia the pro posed ejection of the drama from the piece iras possibly a mistake, as most certainly aras the want of management shown by the league ever einoe ft had the ** white elephant." But after all this tua been admitted, I think the teetotallers deserve ta bs honored for what of good meaning «nd «msäfisb motive led them into their present dimcoky. tó j their critics among the " publicans and' earners'" <£ i stronger than tea-drinking balara, say what they j please, the teetotallers did not go into rite lxeänes j to make money so much as to make drunkards Bobetv i Can the so mn ch-cheered people who "ga in" for tiff I drama, and all that, in connection witta the Rpir I chase, sayas mach? I do not agree witheome-w I the argum...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT SHARE MARKET. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT SHARE MARKET. Monday Eveninir. Messrs James Smith, William Oldham,' and Walter Kington, sharebrokers, report the following sales made this da}-.-Band of Hope, ¿130; Enfield, Durham, £61; Lalla Rookh, Springdallah, £5 7s 6d; Red Jackets, Sebastopol, £15 and £15 5s; Groat Gulf, £17 10s; Stan leys, Springdallah, £2 10s and £3; Albion, Sebastopol, £10 10s; Ballarat Quartz, Stieglitz, £109; Hand in Hand, half share, ¿'95. Melbourne, Monday evening. Export entries were passod at the Customs to-day on in oz 5 dwt of gold for shipment, per Bombay, for Gallo. Since tho promulgation of the new tariff business has been almost at a stand still, little or nothing being done beyond actual requirements. The week has opened without any indications of business, large holders de-, birous of taking advantage of the advance caused by ' thc new duties found themselves checkmated. The commercial interest has roused itself from its usual apathy in respect to politics, and...

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BOROUGH OF BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

BOROUGH OF BALLARAT. I Tbe Court of Appeal against the late assessment made in the Borough of Ballarat, sat ia the District Court on Monday, 28rd January, Messrs Dyte and IAoyd being the Justices on the Bench. There was a tolerably large attendance both of appellants and of «he legal profession, the Borough Council being represented by the town solicitor, Mr Lynn. The following cases were among those disposed of:-S. Bade, per Benjamin, owner; reduced to £150. J. Baker, per Benjamin, owner; reduced to £150. C. Brown, appellant ; confirmed, the appellant being saucy to the Bench, and declining to «ive a rational account of his appeal. W. Craig, two appeals ; Mr Rutter for the appellant. One appeal was against the hotel, which was rated at £824- the other against the horseTjaraar,which was rated at £260; it being stated for the appellant that bis offices were separately taxed, and his rates I would amount to £500 a-year. Keduced-hotel to I £760, bazaar to £160. . H- Cuthbert ; confirme...

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GEELONG WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REPORT. Saturday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

GEELONG WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REPORT. Saturday evening". The arrival of the English mail and the announce ment of the new tariff have sadly interrupted business transactions this week ; the fact of a large increase in shipments from Europe not tending to improve matters. The produce market has been well supplied during the week, the labors of the harvest being now concluded throughout the district. Up-country trade in nour has received a considerable check in consequence of the markets being supplied from local sources. This, to gether with the fact of shipments from South Australia for this port being now overdue, must have a depressing effect upon prices. Tne paili"g of the Champion of the Seas for London, this morning, completes the fleet of wool ships from Geelong for this season. The following are the names of the vessels, with the number of bales carried by each: -Star of Peace, 3925 ; Lightning, 5625 ; Giants Cause- 1 way, 4934; Clutha, 4402; Asiatic, 5074; Water Nymph, 2152 ; Ch...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

AGRICULTURAL. At Ascot, Mr D. M'Kay has cat and stacked a very good crop of Tuscan wheat, which is expected to average over 20 bushels per acre. The oats, which are Tartarian, have been considerably injured by caterpillars, but «here not touched by these pests, would average about 30 bushels per acre. Mr Munroe bas finished cutting a very fine crop of white velvet wheat. His oats are also pretty good, but eligbtly touched by caterpillars. Mr Salter has finished catting both wheat and oats. He has a splendid crop of wheat, but the oats are only middl ing. Mr M'Crae has finished cutting and stacking (on the farm lately belonging to Mr Seed) wheat and oats, which are both jot a very fair description. The wheat and oats on biB other farm, which are very good indeed, have been cat and stacked. At Cog hill's Creek most'of the grain has been cut, and Messrs VV. Barrett, D. Glaabeen, J. Cleaver, W. Matthews, and J. Trewin, are busy thrashing. At : Glendaruel Messrs Campbell have finished ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

NOTICE TO FAßBIERS, PRODUCE MER CHANTS, AND SPECULATORS. THE undersigned are prepared to make liberal cash advances on grain consigned to them for sate or storage. Best store on Ballarat; free from vermin, and insurance very low. _nf DO WALL and GRAY. TO FARMERS. KCl AAflBÜSHEIS ofWHEAT WANTED. Ov,vvU The undersigned has 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. rsiHE undemgned is- prepared to make Cash A. Advances on wheat, oats, and barley, consigned to him for sale or storage. WILLIAM EAVES, Agent for William Degraves' guaranteed silk dressed flour. NOTICE. THE SUBSCRIPTION to the SALLABA TS TA S it Seduced to 15s. FEE QUARTER. The ratet are at follow: Delivered in Ballarat.£0 15 0 per quarter. By post._ 116 " Single copy . 0 0 4 Summary (by post). 0 5 0 per annum. Payable in advance. J^OTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Great inconvenience arising occasio...

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MELBOURNE STOCK AND SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

MELBOURNE STOCK AND SHARK LIST. £ 137500 100000 750009 500000 30000 23180 12168 SO000 21000 203590 50000 20000 10000 40000 132000 48370 3000 12333 12333 105000 60000 26O00 12000 9972 -BASKS. Colon, óf Australasia!) Nat. of Australasia.. New South Wales ...¡ Victoria ..= London Register ... GAB COMPANIES. Ballarat . Bendigo JCastleroaine...' ... [Colling, and Fitzroy] Geelong .-j IMelb. Gas and Coke] np- .. ' INSURANCE Cos. ! ! Australasian Fire ... ,, i life ...! Australian Alliance. Colonial .j Southern .I Vic. Ldfe and Generali Vic Fire andMarinef MlsoELLAKEonS. Bend. Water Worksl H.B.R. Sea Bathing] Oriental "ftMïhmç Melbourne Exchange; Minmi Colliery Co. Ovens Water Works] Septana Cement Co, Studley Park Bridge] Victoria Coal £ s. 8 5 s ? 39 10 39 10 Victoria Kaolin Co RAILWAY Cos. tOOOOOl 50 50 |Melb. and Hob. Baytól 0 51164] 10 10 ¡Melb. and Essendon) 1143601 251 25 ]St. Kilda and Bright. DEBENTURES. Victorian GovemmentBailway (local) 6 per cent.,. . St Kilda and Brighton Rail...

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NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedules filed in Ballarat.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

NEW. INSOLVENTS., (Schedules filed in BsJlàrat.) Alfred Bock, grocer, Ballarat. Canses of insol vency'-Depression in trade, bad debts, and pressure of creditors. Debts, £613 17s 9 J; assets, £7G¿ I deficiency £437 17s Od. Lyons Morwitcb, dealer. Soldiers'HflL Casses of insolvency-Misfortune in being barned oat at. «he ure on the Main road in 1862, pressure of ciriTOwa and 1 oeses in trade. Debts, £95 ls* Sdf «saetB, JEM» I 5s i deficiency, £85 10s 3d. (Schedule filed in Geelong.) William Dicknell, Beaufort, late publican. La bilities, £1168; assets, £1695. (Schedules filed io Melbourne.) Mary Ann Bennett, of Melbourne, late of Sand hurst, spinster. Causes of insolvency-Want «f em ployment, and pressure of creditors. KahflMes, £$S 2s; assets, £12; deficiency, £54 2s. Ul Moore, official assignee. Edward Stevens, of Bichmond, clerk. Canses cf insolvency-Want of employment. Inabilities, gyn? 9s 6d ; assets, £20; deficiency, £182 Ss iel. 'Hr Goodman, official assignee. John Youlden, of M...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

^ MINING INTELLIGENCE. There was an appearance of activity ot the Corner throughout Monday, bur'lJiôugyimMy chantries were«nade,theresu!tofthe smaller than bas been usual of late. Toe Allowing «re re I ported-Band of Hope, JC128, 189, £130; Ballarat Quartz {(Stieglitz), £110;, Lucky, £88; Dake of Cornwall (parham), £80; Enfield, £63 10s; Koh-i Noir, £57; Chryseii, £45; Great North West (£18 paid). £40; Nelson, .£23; Prince Alfred, £20, £21; Bed Jacket, £15 5s and £15 15a; Golden Eivers (paid np),. £15; Cosmopolitan,' £13; Waterloo, Jerusalem, ¿U 10s and £12; Lalla liookh, £5 5s; Lord Palmerston, £415s and £5; Oregon,t£2. <At auction, Leigh Consols were sold at £7. Aparcelof Colonial Banks changed hands at £8 5s. The Band of Hope Company found a nugget on Monday weighing Sith. The washing for ina day was 246 os. The Koh i Noor Company washed IOS bz .on Mun-, day. The Essex Company washed 40 oz on Monday. The Victoria Company (late Southern. Cross Com - pany) is fast gettin...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, SEBASTOPOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, SEBASTOPOL OÜ Friday evening there was a meeting of the j subscribers to the Sebastopol Mechanics' Institute. 1 Nearly ail the leading men of Sebastopol were pre sent, and Mr John Waters occupied the chair. The following report and balance-sheet were read and ¡ adopted;-** At an adjourned meeting of the inha bitants of Sebastopol, held 23rd July, 1863, it was resolved-' That a new school and reading-room be established on Sebastopol.' The result has been the erection of the present building at a cost of £499 18s, including the purchase of the land. The building was commenced in January, and finished in July, 1864. It hes been used for religious purposes on Sundays, and on other days for tea parties, lectures, concerts, public meetings, &c,the npper rooms having been let to the Freemasoos, Oddfellows, and Sons of Freedom, aod temporarily to the Municipal Council. Great praise is due to Dr Eenwortby for his exer tions in getting np the building. He bas al...

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MELBOURNE STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

MELBOURNE STOCK AND SHAKE MARKET. Melbourne. Saturday. Messrs J. B. WEBE and Sos report That the share market daring the past week has been characterised by great activity of demand for all the chief stocks. The results of business have not, however, been commensurate, holders generally being very firm, and disinclined to lower their demands. BAHKS-Colonials have risen during the week from £7 18s, buyers, to £8 4s, and no sellers under £8 10s. Sales reported on Tuesday at £8 ls 6d, and to-day £8 5s. 'Nationals, none in the market, £5 10s will, we expect, be the next business. New South Wales, 6tat*onaryat£3910sto£41. Victorias have had no busi ness this week, and are firmly held at £4010s. GAS.-Our two local companies have both been dealt in Melbourne at £4 7s, and Collingwood at £7 4s. The half yearly meeting of the Melbourne Company took place yesterday, and dividend at the rate of 8 per cent per annum was declared. The balance sheet of the Collingwood Company has been circulated,...

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