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VITAL STATTISICS OF BALLARAT. DECEMBER, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

VITAL STATTISICS OF BALLARAT. DBCEMBEB, 1864. . Actual daily mortality of persona of boih sexes, ia. age periods, in the registration district of Ballarat; also, the temperature in the shade at Ballarat, de ducted from three observations taken at the Bafhrra* District Survey Office on each day during tte month of December, 1864: MATJJS. ? hps FEMALES. IE tn S 61-2"* esr 66«° 67-f 89-7° 68:5° 6XiS° 61-5° «1-6° 68-0° 655° «-T 62-8° «1-6° OS* 64-0° «9-e° 64-0° 60-1 eur ms0. S I 18 ll 19| SI 1*625° The mortality of December, with_. _. teorological conditions, stood thus for the pastare years: December, 1860 ... 40 deaths ... tenax, SH* deg. December, 1861 ... 66 deaths ... temp, 664 deg. December, 1862 ... 64 deaths ... temp-, 62-2 deg. December, 1863 ... 44 deaths ... temjV, SfrSdeg. December, 1834 ... SI deaths ... temp., tira deg. These numbers include exceptional deaths. .Aa rainfall for the month of December, 1864, aouamted to l*39in. v- ¿; The ordinary mortality of the month of De...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

BIRTHS. On Friday, the 23rd December, the wife of Robert McIndoe, at Crantyne Farm, Bullarook, of a daughter, both doing well. On the 29th December, the wife of R. Nicholson, Sturt street, of a son. On the 2nd January, at Bank of Australasia, Smythesdale, the wife of Thos. U. Burke, Esq., J.P., of a daughter.   On the 13th January, at Ballarat, the wife of Mr Robert Cameron, of Wood's Point, of a daughter. On the 21st January, at Ballarat, the wife of A. T. Abel, Esq., of a son. On the 23rd January, at the Red House, Dana street, the wife of John Taylor, of a daughter. MARRIAGES.   On the 26th December, at Melbourne, by the Rev. Dr. Cairns. Mr John Blackwood, to Miss Jane Tait, both of Ballarat. On the 27th December, at St Mark's Church, Ken- sington, by the Rev. Frederick Smith, James Oldham, of Ballarat, fourth son of Mr James Oldham, of Newark, Nottinghamshire, to Rebecca Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Mr Charles Gundry, of Geelong. On the 27th D...

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SUMMARY FOR EUROPE. POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

POLITICAL. IN last month's summary of. political intelli gence, we referred at, some length to, a threatened imposition of customs duties upon manufactured imports for protective purposes, and blamed the Ministry for permitting it tb be expected that they would «submit a protec tive policy for the acceptance of Parliament while themselves holding free trade principles. Bat it now* turns oat that in so Writing ive were at the same timé unduly complimenting the understanding of the Cabinet and un justly doubting ita integrity of purpose, for a protective financial scheme has since then been actually introduced. Astounding as the news may be to English readers, it is never theless true that late in the nineteenth century, and in a young .country exceptionally gifted as regards one' source of wealth, but not yet capable of supplying its oten wants in the commonest necessaries of life, a Ministry has been found hardy enough to propose that com mercial intercourse with foreign nations sho...

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

S' S7 D' I TB AV TO LO ND O H. -' Messrs Money Wigram Mid >SW (of Blackwall Yard, Landes) ' Line cf Steam «nd Selfing Ships.' To Bail positively «ítfhs 4th February j tie splendid new screw steBtnwhip1' "-. _ Ii O "N- J> O N, 1750 Tops Bagster, J. B. MAEna, Commande»." For plans of cabins, dietary scales, and all- parti culars, apply tb W. P. WHITE and CO., _ 10, BBxabèth street, Melbourne. J TEAM to ENGLAND. White Btar Lineof Pack et« -For LIVERPOOL, to _sail 7th March, the splendid screw steamship, .... ¿ . BOYAL STANDARD, 2032 tona register, Al for 22 years. . Gi H. DOWELL, Commander. " . The Boyal'Standard was built expressly for-the Australian. passenger trade, and is one pf the' strongest ships ever built, her great aUungth haying obtained for her the classification of Al for twenty two years. . Her accommodations, for all classes of passengers are of the most perfect description. For rates of passage or freight, apply to LOKIMER, MARWOOD «nd BOKE, Agenta, 48J William St...

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

IMPOUND INGS. AMHERST.-Impounded at Amherst, 30th Decem ber, by H. Robison, for managers of Amherst Farmers' and Gold-field Common, trespass ls 6deach -Brindle cow, like aiD off rump, like T over AHHC off ribs (the HH under T conjoined); red. and white cow, CB oil ribs, like SI near shoulder; yellow and white cow, A near ribs; brindle ca", 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, lite S I 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 BHE conjoined off ribs (the B to left), like SI near shoulder; brown mare, P over tO conjoined off shoulder, saddle'marked, small star; grey horse, TH near shoulder, collar and Baddie marked. Same time and place, by Hans Kelson, damages £1-Bay horse, <£ over O near shoulder, star and snipe, two hind and one fore foot white, saddle marked, scar...

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

, PROSPECTUS = OBEGOH QUAETZ' MIHIÍÍG COMPANY (LATZ GXOBB Qt? ARTS Morora COMTAHT), MELBOURNE ROAD, BALLARAT. Ta be Registered under Brazer's Limited Liability Act. CAPITAL, £5550. IB 550 SHAHES OF £10 EACH.. A deposit of £1 per share to be paid on application, and £1 on allotment. TT^HIS Company is formed for the pm pose of X effectually and systematically working the claim of the Ute GLOBE QUARTZ MINING COM PANY, Melbourne road, together with ground ad joining thereto, amounting in au, tb an extent of 1365 feet along the course of the reef, which in this locality, has been proved of a width of 30 feet, with an average yield otone ounce per ton, rbis being inde pendent of the amount washed from debris; and, has been proved from the former workings and actual returns. The gold from the above claim was '. sold to the Union Bank, and Messrs Wittkowski (Mr .Hubher smelting it previous to sale), at this time the claim was only being worked (by hand labor) by six men, and from the irregu...

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ANTI-TARIFF MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

ANTI-TARIFF MEETING. ¡ A public meeting was held on Monday afternoon in the Criterion Hotel, Melbourne, to take into con sideration the proposed alteration in the tariff. The attendance wes numerous, and consisted of the prin cipal-<nerchants and importers of the metropolis. The chair"was taken by Mr P. Turnbull, chairman of the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce,, who after a brief speech, ' introduced ..Mr Thompson, of M'-Ewen and Company,' who moved "the fol lowing resolution: -" That in the opinion I ot this meeting the proposed tariff would I be injurious to the trade of the colony." I He (Mr Thompson -did not desire to condemn the i proposed alterations in the interest of any i particular class. They were all well aware that it had taken ten years to build up the trade and ! commerce of Melbourne, which this false piece ol I legislation proposed to destroy. Left unfettered and untrammeled the colony would proceed in its course I of prosperity. No stronger arguments could...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL OF BALLARAT. Monday, 23rd January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

BOROUGH COUNCIL OF BALLARAT. Monday, 23rd January. Present-The Mayor, and Gre Doñean, M'DowalL Lovitc, Dann, Hepburn, Davey, abd Claxton. Correspondence.-The Town Clerk read the fol lowing letters:-From the Secretary of Mines ac knowledging letter of 11th inst., requesting mining operations to be stopped at the claim of the Waterloo GoliMiningCompany/and stating that the company was only allowed to proceed with its operations in order that the drivés might be'surveyed. . Fron the Lands and Survey office, enclosing a circular stating the conditions on which the Public Park bad been vested with the Council.-Referred to the Works Com mittee with power to act. From the Council of Bal laratshire, calling attention to the gazetting of the toll roads, and suggesting the appointment of a manager.-Referred to theMayor, with power to act. From the Roads and Bridges office, requesting the Council and' Shires to appoint a person to act as manager of the roads mentioned above. From the Inspector...

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WATER COMMISSION. Monday, 23rd January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

WATER COMMISSION. f. Monday, 23rd January. i Cresent- Cr Glendinning (in the tiair), and Crs Duncan, Davey, Claxton, Hepburn, M'DowalL , Doáne, Dodds, Howe, Anderson, Turpie, Fussell, and Downes. Correspondence-The Secretary read the following letters:-From Messrs Murtón and Leggo, brewers, requesting that the branch water pipe, near the bridge on the Creswick road, be opened for a few minutes daily during the dry season for the purpose of washing the Gnarre Creek, which, from the quan tity °f stagnant water collected in it had become a very great noisancau-Agreed to be considered with the engineer's report. From W. Grimhley, request ing that tbe price charged for water to his baths be reduced to ls per 1000 gallons, the price the Bath Company was supplied at.-The request was com plied with. From the Sun office, soliciting a share of the advertisements.-Referred to the finance com mittee. From Mr Cuthbert, solicitor, forwarding an. account of money paid by him for the Comnussion, am...

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

COUNCIL OF RIPOKSHIRE. I This Council held it» usual fortnightly meeting on Wednesday, 18th January. Present-The President and Crs Campbell, Henderson, Hassell, and Tomp kins. The following letters were read:-From the Beads and Bridges Office, intimating that the time for completing the construction of the portion of the Ballarat road referred to "in the Order in Council of 2od May last, had been extended from seven to twelve months. From the Coancil of Grenvilleshire, enquiring if the Engineer had surveyed the boun dary line between tbe two sbires, and determined in which shire the Half-way House on tbe Carngham road is situated. From the Boads and Bridges Office, requesting a return of the number of rate payers and the number assessed at different amounts over £50. From tbe Local Government Conference Committee! with a copy of the amendment suggested ia the Local Government Act. From the Treasury, requiring a statement of the rates collected during the year 1864. Mrs Dolan represe...

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The Ballarat Star. DAILY ISSUE. TUESDAY, 24TH JANUARY, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

THE BALLARAT STAR.   DAILY ISSUE. TUESDAY, 24TH JANUARY, 1865. WE withhold our leading article to-day in order to make room for our monthly summary of-news for   transmission to Europe by the mail. In another column will be found, a full report of the proceedings at the important meeting held in Melbourne yesterday, to concert measures for op posing the new fiscal scheme of the Ministry. The following cases were disposed of at the Western lock-up yesterday morning: - J. Hopkins, Wm. Molloy, and Wm. Moore, in custody for hav ing been drunk, were discharged. An habitual drunkard named Jane Mitchell, given in charge by her husband, was fined 40s or 48 hours' imprison ment. A man named John Johnson was arrested yester   day afternoon for violently assaulting one Thomas Wiltham with a tomahawk. The latter, we under stand, was severely injured about the head, and had to be removed to the Hospital.   A general meeting of the Ballarat Cric...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.   PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. Sunday, 22nd January. - Eva, schooner, Elizabeth, schooner, put back ; Agnes, schooner, Aldinga, steamer, Freebridge, schooner, from Adelaide ; Charles Edward, steamer, from Sale ; Ann and Maria, brig, from Sydney ; Derwent, steamer, from Hobart Town ; Diadem, schooner, from Warnambool ; Glenshee, schooner, from Newcastle ; Transit, ship, from Baltic, Forest Rights, ship, from, London.         Monday, 23rd January - Star of England, ship, from Liverpool ; Indus, barque, from Adeaidde. SAILED.         Sunday, 22nd January. - Eurynome, ship, for Ran goon. Monday, 23rd January. - Yorkshire, ship, Champion of Seas, ship, Mediator, ship, for London ; Josephine, schooner, for Sydney ; Saran Ann, schooner, for Bris bane ; Juliet, schooner, Clarendon, brig, for Belfast ; Postboy, schooner, for Java ; Pat, the Rover, schoon...

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

MINING. Since our last summary the Christmas and New Year's holidays have come and gone, and their coming and going have had a little to do with our miners and so with the yields obtained from the mines. But we do not think the effect, however, is very important in that respect. In the market for shares operations were also affected by the holidays, but only for a brief period, and generally transactions at the " Corner " as our miaing exchange is called, have maintained a very good average alike as to number and promise. There has been a general activity without any wildness of speculation worth notice, and our mines have kept up their yields so well in the main that, there has been ample justifica tion for most of the operations effected even in advanced markets. The leading feature in stock during the month has been the depreciation in value of the Daylesford scrip, which has somehow fallen out of the market lately. This has no doubt been caused in some respects by the fact that ...

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

SOCIAL. The long expected fete champêtre on Boxing-day, in aid of the rands for the erection, of a District Orphan Asylum, was the greatest holiday gathering that has ever been seen in Ballarat. All the town kept holiday, and it appeared as if all the country came into town to assist. The procession to the Botanical Gardens was headed by the band of the Rifle Corps, followed by a goodly muster of the rifles under Lieutenant Ivey. Then came members of the two Fire Brigades under Captain Sparks, of the Bal- larat Brigade, and Acting-Captain Lovitt of the Western Brigade. There came next members of the several lodges of the A.L.O.O.F., officered by the P.G.M. Jones, the D.P.G.M. Dunn, and the follow- ing:-N.G. Davis, of tbe Pioneer Lodge; N.G. Wright, of the Prince of Wales Lodge; N.G. Price, of the Fitzclarence Lodge; N.G.Dennis, of the St. Andrew's Lodge; N.G. Drake, of the Wellington Lodge; the N.G. of the Loyal Victoria Lodge; and the N.G. of tbe Enfield Lodge. After them came memb...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] VICTORIA. QUEENSCLIFF, 23rd January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] VICTORIA. QUEENSCLIFF, 23rd January. Arrived, 8 p.m. : Monarch, barque, from New- castle.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 23rd January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 23rd January. The R.M.S.S. Bombay took 81,652 sovereigns.   The Barwon sailed for Melbourne via Twofold Bay at 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon. Martell's brandy is depressed. Flour and wheat are exceedingly scarce and are firmly held, mer- chants only selling in trade parcels and to regular customers. Miss Dickson has been summoned to answer a charge of having committed perjury. A comet was seen last night in the south-west.

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

FOB REMAINDER OF INTELLIGENCE SEE SUPPLEMENT. AUCTION SALES. THIS DAY. S. DEKBLE-On the premises of Hayden and Trott, Main street, groceries, at 12 o'clock. HEPBUKN AND LEONARD-At the Turf Sale Yards, stock, at 1 o'clock. J. S. CABVEE-At Clones, ironmongery, at ll o'clock. ADVERTISEMENTS. WEDNESDAY, 25th JANUARY, At ll 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 Robert Colvin, (who is leaving the colony for Europe) to sell by public auction, oh the above date, on the premises, All his well-kept HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, including drawing room, dining room, and bedroom suites, plate, kitchen utensils, &c., &c; carriage, and carriage horses, harness, ftc., complete. Full particulars will be given in catalogue, which may be had of the auctioneer on Tuesday morning, 24th inst. Carriage and Fair of Horses, Piano and Plate, to be sold at 1 o'clock. _ JAMES BAKER, Auc...

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VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. TRAFFIC FOR WEEK ENDING 19TH JANUARY 1865:- Passengers, 17,299 .£4038 18 9 Parcels and Live Stock ... ... 410 14 1 Merchandise. 5508 10 10 £9958 3 8 JAS. DOWN, pro. Secretary. Traffic Audit Office, 23rd January.

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WARDEN'S COURT. Monday, 23rd January. (Before the Resident Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 24 January 1865

WARDEN'S COURT. Monday, 23rd January. (Before the Resident Warden.) St George united Company v Red Jacket Com-   pany-Mr Mann for the plaintiffs, Mr J. Hardy for   the defendants. Postponed till the afternoon, to be heard on the ground. Subsequently the case was held over till Wednesday. St George United Company v United Extended Band of Hope Company-Mr Mann for the defend- ants, and Mr J. Hardy for the defendants. Post- poned by consent till next Wednesday. Scottish and Cornish Company v Ward and party _His Worship delivered judgment in this case in favor of the defendants. Batman v Fox-Postponed. Thorn v M'Grath-Mr Salter, for the plaintiff, asked postponement, to give time for the service of the defendant. Granted; the registrar not to register the defendant in the interim. Jones and others v Elkington and others-For abandoned ground. Granted. Ashe and another v Balderston and another-Mr. J. Hardy, for the plaintiffs in this adjourned en- croachment case...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. Tuesday, 24th January. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. ITuesday, 2i(h January. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Mr Hervey laid upon the table the following papers:-Correspondence from the Imperial Govern- | meat on the subject of a Boyal Mint for the colony. Returns to an order of the Council upon the subject of Elections to the Legislative Connell from 1856 to 1864; regulations for the Volunteer Cavalry, and a report from the Pleuro-pneumonia Commission. Mr Fawkner then moved, pursuant to notice-That in the words of section xviii of the Standing Orders, any member absenting himself from the Council for. more than two weeks, without permission of the Council, will be in contempt ; and that the honorable W. J. T. Clarke has been absent during the whole of the present session. The President called the attention of the House to the fact that the standing order, No. 18, required the terms of the motion to be that the'Offending member be now declared in contempt. Mr Fawkner having adopted the proposed amendment, Mr Lowe secon...

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