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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 24th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 24th January. Mr Babbage, tbe explorer, considers that tbe comet which has been visible (br the lost week is the same aa that which appeared in 1843, being the most remarkable one seen daring the past century. Theene which was seen in 1843 was foretold by Sir John Herschel as returnable in twenty-one years | and three-quarters. Wheat sells at 8s 3d at Mount Barker. Arrived on Monday evening-Bangatira (a., ) from Melbourne. Cleared out-Princess Alexandra, for Auckland, with produce; Alert, for Melbourne, with bran and part other original cargo from Singapore. WALLABOO, 24th January. Sailed-Gnadalette, for Melbourne, with about 400 tonB of copper ore; Hebe, for Sydney,in ballast. In consequence of the strike amongst the smelters, the proprietors of the Wallaroo minea have deter mined to ship their ore to other ports. The whole of the véasela now in port have been chartered for Melbourne and Sydney. The Collingwood and the Clutha are loading ore for Melbourne...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

NEWS AND NOTES. The annual meeting of the subscribers to the Dis* trict Hospital, will be held this evening in the Mechanics" Institute. It ia to be hoped that sub scribers generally will make an effort to be present' for it is too bad that, aa at the late annual meeting of the subscribers to the Benevolent Asylum, hardly anybody bnt members of the committee should be present. Committee-men say, and say with truth, that it is a very hard thing if, after laboring a whole year, they cannot get together subscribers enough to adopt the reports and elect officers. The absence of subscriben must be taken ss a slight rather than a compliment, for those who do the work of these valuable institutions deserve, and ought to have the sympathy and thanks, and the expressed sympathy end thanks of the general body of subscribers, whose laborious almoners they are. It is a shame that nothing bat a row, or the expectation of one, will draw a good meeting. No outward and visible signs of capitulation...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] VICTORIA. CAPS OTWAY, 24th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PBB GREVILLE AND BIED, BEUTEE'S AGENTS.] VICTOBIA. CAPS OTWAT, 24th January. Five p.m.-Inward bound-Eliza Goddard, brig, supposed to be from Sonrabaya (Messrs Young and Martin, agents.) DAYLESFORD, 24tb January. David Young alias Tatham, was again brought up to-day. Sergeant Beid asked for a further remand as Mr Gibbons had not yet completed the analysis of the spots of blood on the man's clothes. He was remanded for seven days. He looks more sullen and scowling. He speaks not a word. Some sur prise was expressed at the continued remands. WANGARATTA, 24th January. At the Wangaratta Bace Meeting this day, the sports were good and well attended. Ia the Maiden Plate, Syren won; with Spread Eagle second, and Tamwick third. In the Handicap, Castaway won, with Catherine Hayes second, and Huntsman third. In the Sires Produce Stakes, Mayfly won, with Castenau second, and Maidstone third. The Scurry Stakes were won by Gay Lad.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

CCOLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, j ) Incorporated by Act of Council, 1856. Subscribed Capital, £1,000,000. Paid up do, £437,500. This Bank allows interest ou deposita at the fol lowing rates: Payable on Demand at . 1\ pet cent per annum. Do at 1 month's notice, 4 " " Do 3 months' do, 5 " " Do 6 months' do, 6 ,, ,, 1 Drafts are issued on London, Liverpool, and Man thttter, as well as upon most of the principal towna of IRELAND end 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._ NOTICE TO FARMERS, PRODUCE MER CHANTS, AND SPECULATORS. THE undersigned are prepared to make liberal cash advances on grain consigned to them for sale or storage. Best store on Ballarat; free from vermin, and insurance very low. _MCDOWALL and GRAY. TO FARMERS Kfi nnfiB0SHBLS ofWHEAT ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

BIRTH.   On the 21st January, at her residence, Stockyard Hill, the wife of George McQueen, Esq., of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

AUCTION SALES. THIS DAT, JAMES BAKES-On the premises of Mr Colvin, at II o'clock, household furniture. &c J. S. CAB VEE-On the premises, Lyon street, at 12 o'clock, household furniture, &c. SAMUEL DEEBLE - At the Dntch Harry Hotel, Sebas topol, at 12 o'clock, furniture, wines and spirits, &c. ADVERTISEMENTS. SAT CED AY, 28th JANUARY. To Gentlemen and Others. HEPBURN and LEONARD have received in structions from M. J. Cummins, Esq., to sell by auction, at their yards, opposite Craig's Boyal Horse Bazaar, on Saturday next, the ,28th January, at one o'clock. One pair of Buggy Horses, very handsome Buggy and Harness One black Boggy Pony. One pair of Heavy Draught Horses, in first-class condition, and guaranteed to two tons. Also, Shetland Pony Do Carriage and Harness, complete. SATUKDAY, 28th JANUARY. To Farmers, Sealers, and Others. HEAVY DEAUGHT HORSES HEPBURN and LEONARD have received instructions from Messrs T. and S. Lear month, Ercildoun, to sell by public a...

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AMERICA. (From a Correspondent.) 16TH JANUARY, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

AMERICA. ' j (/VOM a Corretponimt.') 16TH JAHUAEY, 1865. Short as wai my stay in Memphis, it was long enough for me to hare some experience of the warm hearted and hospitable spirit of the Southern people. Whatever maybe the virtues-and they are not few -of the people of the Northern States in all that go to constitute a great nation, a stranger will find them cold acd indifferent compared with the people of the Southern Statea. In the North, a stranger without letters of introduction has to make hie way as he cac, subject possibly to rude rebuffs, and almost certainly m cold looks from the hard-headed, dry, matter-of-fact citizens of. the New England Statea, while in tbe South he ia generally well received, and if in the country district*, hospitably entertained by the inhabitants. Of coorie if the faintest suspicion of abolitionism hangs about tbe stranger, his reception will not be of this kind, bat of the very roughest. This exception however does not disprove the rule, that in ...

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The Ballarat Star. DAILY ISSUE. WEDNESDAY, 25TH JANUARY, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

Wut ffalîarit MM. DAILY ISSUE. WEDNESDAY, 25TH JANUARY, 1865. So far, the agitation against the tariff chances proposed by the Ministry has been maintained chiefly by the mercantile class. And good reason that class has to oppose it. To carry oat Ministers' intentions would simply be to ruin the commerce of the port of Melbourne, and the instinct of self-preservation sufficiently explains the ardor which has been displayed by the metropolitan Chamber of Gommerce, and by the Melbourne merehantB and im GirterB, in opposing the projected protection gisiation. Bnt it xs a great mistake to sup pose that the question involved in the dis cession is iona that Affects die mercantile com munity solely. Indeed, no such question caa ; affect only one class. In all momentous fiscal changes the prosperity of the whole community is involved. IS o considerable section of a people can be injured or benefitted by legislative means without some injury or benefit accruing to all the other sections. It ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

MIN IN G INTELLIGENCE. ! A moderate amount ot business aras transacted ia tue share market on Tuesday, and sevEEsl invest ments were enquired for in vain. Tbe touovingssies are reported :-Band of Hope, £lSO (cash) ; Grand Trunk (on terms), £425 ; Essex, £73 ; Kob-i-ííoar, l £55; leviathan, £19 10s ; Alston and Weardale, £18 5s ; Great Borth West, £9.2 pretnnrrn ; Great : Gulf, £17 15s, ¿18; Bed Jacket, £15 5s and ¿£1510SÍ Albion, £10 7s 6d, £11, £11 2s 64 - Waterloo (Jeru salem), ÜI I Ss, £ IS ; Ophir, £* ; Stanley. £2. IO« ; Buninyong New, £2; Ophir, £4. Ijiickyaxeeigurred for, but sellers hold back. - The Baudot Hope Company washed cot ssl oz on Tuesday. At tbe general meeting, elsewhere re ported, it was announced that anew tend had been discovered, and steps taken.to register a claim. The Koh-i-Noor Company washed oat 120 oz ra ^ Tuesday. The Great Extended Company «ashed TS oxen Tuesday. We are informed by a reliable correspondents! Daylesford, that there is some reason Cor the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

STB AU TO LONDOK. Messrs Money Wigram and ?SODS' (of Blackwall Tard, London) ' Line of Stemm and Sailing Sups. To Bail positively on the 4th February, the splendid nev screw steamship LONDON, 1750 Tons Register, J. B. MABTUT, Commander. Far plans of cabins, dietary Beales, and all parti culars, apply to W. P. WHITE and CO, ?_10, Eliiabetfa street, Melbourne. STEAM to ENGLAND. White Star Line of Pack ets.-For LIVERPOOL, to _ sail 7th, March, the splendid screw steamship, BOYAL STANDARD, 2032 tons register, Al for 22 years. G. H. Do WILL, Commander. The Boyal Standard was built expressly for the Australian passenger trade, and is one of the strongest ships ever built, her great strength having obtained for her the classification of Al for twenty' two years. Her accommodations for all classes of passengers ere of the most perfect description. For rates of passage or freight, apply to LORIMER, MABWOOD and BOMB, Agents, _48| William street, Melbourne. STEAMSHIP OBEAT BRI- j TAIN, for LIV...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT SHARE MARKET. Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT SHAKE MARKET. -, Tuesday Evening. MosHTS James Smith, William Oldham,' and Walter Kington, aharebrofcera, report the following sales made this day:-Enfields, Durham, £64 ; Stanleys, Spring dallah, £2 10s; Great Gulfs, ¿1710s to £18; Roxburgh Castle, Creswick road, £1 per scrip; Hand-in-Hands, Inkermann, £23; Azimuths, Scarsdale, £21. Melbourne, Tuesday Evening. Export entries were passed at the customs to-day on 31,4^8 oz 17 dwt of gold, for shipment, los per Wonga Wonga, for Sydney, and the balance by the Bombay, for Gaile. Business continues without animation, nor is there likely to be anything done until the new tariff becomes law or is disposed of. This month is generally rather quiet, but at present there is loss than ever doing. There is a moderate demand for braadstofis at about previous rates. Messrs Fraser and Co. report having offered the residue of the cargo of the cargo of che Alcandre, and the entire cargo of the Scotsman, both from Mau...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS. PROSPECTUS OF THE OEEQOH QUARTZ MINING COMPANY (LATE GLOBE QUARTZ Munna COUPANT), MELBOURNE BO AD, BALL ABAT. To be Registered under Frazer's Limited Liability Act. CAPITAL, £5550. IS 550 SHARES OF £10 EACH A deposit of £1 per share to be paid on application, and £1 on allotment. TOTS Company ia formed for tile purpose of effectually and systematically working the claim of the late GLOBE QUARTZ MINING COM PANY, Melbourne road, together with ground ad joining thereto, amounting in all, to an extent of 1S65 feet along the course of the reef, which in thia locality, has been proved of a width of 30 feet, with an average yield of one ounce per ton, this 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 Hubner smelting it previous to sale), at thia time the claim was only being worked (by band labor) by six men, ¡ and fro...

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UNITED EXTENDED BAND OF HOPE COMPANY. QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

UNITED EXTENDED BAUD OF HOPE I COMPAKF. I m. QOAHTEBLT IIEItlO. I xoe quarterly meeting of the Ümned Eöenäeä .? Band of Hope Company waa held at Crañ/a Boyal Hotel on Tuesday evening, Mr Horgan tee rn chair. About filly shareholders were present at me commencement of business, the number gtadas^f increasing to ninety. . ¡ The minuteB of various previous meetings haraig been confirmed without discussion, the chaiw»11 read a tetter from the manager,asking fbranadssaee in bis salary. Dr. Hobson spoke of theeerncs rendered by the manager, and thought he bs£s^I tbe amount of his salary by advettismg Jar for gold. Mr CsselU thought the cotnpanywasjsw it was through Mr Forbes' exertions. Mr TrfMÏ? wished for a motion from the lataiinns apesb**' Dr Hobson would propose that the manag»6 salary be £7 per week, or £850 per year. MrC°^ well seconded the motion. Mr Conin tarppoöea the resolution, although he had formerly opposed a motion of a similar tendency. He did not think the success of the...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 24th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 24th January. The bushrangers are again active, both in the   north and south districts. The formal opening of Parliament and the delivery of the Governor's opening speech have been post- poned till Friday. Parliament was opened by Commission to-day,   and the members of the new Assembly were sworn   in. Mr Hay was elected Speaker without opposi-   tion. Sailed-11.5 a.m. City of Adelaide, steamer, for   Melbourne.  

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. Tuesday, 24th January.- -Monarch, barque, from New- castle; Callender, brig, Barwon steamer, from Sydney; Edina, steamer, from Portland; Swallow, from Adelaide, SAILED.   Tuesday, 24th January.-Lady Emma, barque, for Hobart Town; Offley, barque, for South Sea Islands; Harra, brig, for Newcastle; South Australian, for Ade- laide; Wonga Wonga, for Sydney. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. For London.-London, 4th February; True Briton, 18th February. For liverpool.-Royal Standard, 7th March; Great Britain, 10th March. For Sydney.-The steamers of the A. S. N. Com- pany, regularly. For Port Albert. - Ant or Keera, every Wednesday. The ship Yorkshire, for London, with a full comple- ment of passengers, and a valuable cargo of colonial produce was towed to sea during Sunday night, and passed through Port Phillip Heads at half-past eight a.m. yesterday morning.-Argus, 24th January.

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NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedule filed in Ballarat.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedule filed in Ballarat.) Thomas Perry, gunsmith, Ballarat. Causes of insolvency-Losses in business, pressure of credi- tors, and fear of arrest. Debts, £91 18s; assets, £59 2s 10d; deficiency, £32 15s 2d. (Schedule filed in Melbourne.) Thomas F. Kilby, of Raywood, late storekeeper. Causes of insolvency-Sickness in family, and pres- sure of creditors. Liabilities, £357 16s ; assets, £48 17s 6d; deficiency, £308 18s 6d. Mr Jacomb, official assignee. At an inquest, held on Wednesday at Bendigo, three of the jurymen summoned were fined £5 each for contempt of coroner's order. The Advertiser states that the cost of filing each summons in the Supreme Court will be £5 more, and the bailiff's fees £3 additional, making the total penalty on each man about £13.

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POLICE. DISTRICT COURT. Tuesday, 24th January. (Before the Police Magistrate, his Worship the Mayor, and Mc M'Kean, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 25 January 1865

POLICE. DISTRICT COURT. Tuesday, 24th January. (Before the Police Magistrate, his Worship the Mayor, and Mr M'Kean, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS.-Malcolm M'Coll, in custody for having been drunk on the previous day, was dis- charged as he had been locked up since then. Richard Herd, on the like charge, was fined 5s, and William Moore, alias Sherwood, 10s or forty-eight hours' imprisonment. STEALING FROM THE PERSON.-George Glaze- brook was charged with having stolen five one pound notes from the person of one Wm. Ryan. Detective Hodson stated that the prosecutor had not been found. The prisoner was thereupon discharged. VIOLENT ASSAULT.-John Johnson, arrested on the previous evening for having assaulted a man named Thomas W. Field, was remanded for seven days, as Field was in the Ballarat District Hospital dangerously ill from the effect of the injuries he had received.   HIGHWAY ROBBERY.-Wm. Roberts was brought up on remand charged with robbery under arms from the person of one Fr...

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MINERS' RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 26 January 1865

\ - XHMfiBS* BA.CES. Î The following ÍB tits programmept «venta for .«bis ihefinrtdayof the Minera' Banes, on' the Extended Coane:- .. ^ ..." TBS MÍIDBK Prosa, of 15aova. One mile and abhalf. Weight for B«B. . Mr .L McDonald's g m Dory : Ur Graham's br m Gay liáis Mr J. EurattfsggGranite " x Mr J. Cain's g m Gazette Mr J. D'Arcy's h tn Bine Bonnet My J. W. Smith's Tansey Tax GREAT EXTKHDKD HABTJICAF, of 60 aova, nilli a sweepstakes of 2 aova added. Distance, two miles and a distan oe. Mr Pensland's c m Fairy Mr J. Cain's brm (agod) Blink Bonny Mr Roberts' br g Scrip Mr J. Armstrong's bk g Mozart Mr T. Ralph's br g Surprise Mr J. King's bk m Crinoline Mr T. Wilson's br f Music Mr J. John's br g Aged Mr G. Watson's b m Biverina. SETXEBTO HrjBDLB BACK, of 15 so vs. Mile and a distance. Heats; over four flights of hurdles three feet six inches high. Weights not less than 8 stone. Winner to be sold for £25, the surplus to. go to the race funds. Mr H. Barstow's b g Camel .Mr J. Armstrong'...

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POLICE. EASTERN COURT. Wednesday, 25th January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 26 January 1865

POLICE. -o- I EASTERN COURT. Wtdnetday, 25ih January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRUNKENNESS.-Thomas Wilson, in custody for haring been drunk, was discharged, as it wai itt first offence. Mary Aon Baker, on c. eimilar charge, was fined Ss or six hours' imprisonment. " I'll Bke it oct, and keep my tin," she said, on leavingthe court. UTTERING-John M'Dooald was charged oore tnand with having altered a forged cheque 0 Mr Nugent, of Meredith, hut as it turned oat tlat be was cot the man, he was discharged. FALSE PRETENCES.-John Jenny was cha'ged on remand with naring, in December last, obained a saddle under lalee pretences from Mr Wainwright, dairy farmer, Cardigan. Mr Finn appeared for the prisoner. The case had been remanded for thc pro duction of the overseer at thc prosecutor's farm who, it appeared, gave the prisoner tbe saddle on the representations he made to bim. This perron deposed to the prisoner obtaining the saddle aid promising to return it, which he had never done. T...

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MELBOURNE STOCK AND SHARE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 26 January 1865

MELBOURNE STOCK AND SHAKE LIST. £ 137500' 4000001 750009 600000' 30000] 23180, 121G3, 50000 24000! 2035901 50000 20O00¡ 40u00¡ 40000, 132000, 48370 3000| 12333 12333 105000 EOOOO: 20000, 12000 P9Ji BAKES. Colon, of Australasia Nat. of Australasia, New South Wales , Victoria London Register . GAS COMPANIES. Ballarat Buyers. £ s. d. 8 5 0 ,576 39 10 0 39 10 Castlemaine. Colling, and Fitzroy Geelong .1 Melb. Gas and Coke Do. INSURANCE COS. [Australasian Fire ...! » Life ... Australian Alliance. Colonial ... ..J Southern . [Vic. Life and General Vic. Fire and Marine MISCELLANEOUS. Bend. Water Works. H.B.R. Sea lathing Oriental Bathing ... Melbourne Exchange Minmi Colliery Co ' lOvens Water Worksl [Septana Cement Co.i J Studley Park £ridge| Victoria Coal j Victoria Kaolin Co . . ! RAILWAY COS. 400000 50 50 ¡Melb. and Hob. Bay 61 0 51104 10 10 Melb. and Essendon 11436tl 251 25 |St. Kilda and Bright. DEBENTURES. Victorian GovernmentRailway (local) 6 per cent.,. ... ... 105 St Kilda and Bri...

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