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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

NEWS AND NOTES. A point of some interest as bearing on the Parlia mentary status of Mr Byte, M.L.A. for Ballarat East, was raised in the County Court case Dyte v Brooks, on Saturday. The plaintiff sued for money lent to the defendant, and the defendant pleaded among other things that the plaintilT was an uncer tificated insolvent. This was denied by the pluiutiff and his attorney, but it was proved in evidence tor the defendant, and afterwards admitted by the plain tiff's attorney, that an order for the sequestration of the plaintiff 's estate had been made. It was, how ever, averred by the plaintiff's attorney that the order had been cancelled, the schedule not filed, and the fees returned, as the plaintiff's creditors had agreed to a composition. The judge demanded proof of the cancellation of the sequestration order, and commented on the suggestive reticence, or more, of the plaintiff's attorney as to the order. For produc tion of proof of the cancellation of the order, the caBe,...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE. DISTRICT COURT. Saturday, 4th February. (Before Mr Sherard, P.M., and Mr W. C. Smith, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

POLICE. DISTRICT COURT. Saturday, 4th February. (Before Mr Sherard, P.M., and Mr W. C. Smitb, J.P.) DiiU.viCAP.D8.-Edward Hutchinson and Edward Murphy, in custody for having been drunk were fined 53 each, or six hours' imprisonment.-John Vincent and Wm, Butler in custody on a like charge were discharged. On a second charge of stealing several articles of wearing apparel, the latter was remanded until Tuesday. BOBBERY.-John Williams, alias Hewitt, alias Chokem Charlie, was charged on remand with rob bing a man named John Thompson, in Esmond street on the night of the 28th March, 1864. The prosecu tor deposed that on the night in question, as he was coming out of a house in Esmond street two men set upon him, one of whom struck him in the lisai and the other held him by the throat and nearly choked him, Chokem Charlie, as the prisouer was styled, was the man who held him by the throat. Witness recognized his features distinctly, having noticed him particularly, not only at the time of...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
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MELBOURNE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REVIEW. Melbourne, Saturday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

MELBOURNE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL REVIEW. Melbourne, Saturday evening. Export entries wore passed at tho Customs to-day on 3G85oz 2 dwt of gold, for shipmont, per London, for Loudon. Tho uncertainty which exists as to what articles roally will bo aflected by tho proposed now tarift, continues to oxerciso a very prejudicial eireet on tho import market. Buyers refuso to operate to anything beyond tho most limited extent, oxcept at rates ruling boforo tho imposi tion of tho enhanced duties. Until tho tariff shall either have been rejocted or liavo becomo law, trado can scarcoly bo expected to improve to any very great ex tent. In somo few articles, su:li as beers, throo-bushol bags, and rico, tliero has been a fair averago trado doing. An adjournod mooting in tho cstato of llr Honry llitchio, whoso susponsion was announced a day or two flinco, was hold this afternoon at tho officos of Mr Atten borough, solicitor. A statement of Mr Ititchio's affairs was submitted, showing liabilitio3 amounti...

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CRICKET, [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

CLUCKET, A match was played on Saturday, on the recrea tion reserve, between elevens of the Evening Star Club and the Buninyong siiiil Hiird Hills Club, Buninyong. The Evening Star Eleven gave their antagonists a great whipping, virtually winning the match with n:ne wickets to spare. It happened that the scorer made a blunder, and announced Mia' the match was won when a tie only had beeu made, and a3 the conquerors thereupon drew the stumps, the Buninyong and Hard Ilills players claimed the match as a drawn one. After so thorough a victory, however, the Evening Star Eleven may well enough allow the vanquished Eleven so much consolation as the technical salve may afford them. Mr Neap was umpire for the Evening Star Club, and Mr A. Paton for the Buninyong and Hard Hills Club. The fol lowing is the,score: BUNINYONG AND II. II. CLUB. i'irst innings. Houso, b H. Hursfc ... Miller, b Waters S. Goodo, 1 b w, b Hurst Treziso, b Waters Kussell, o Hurst, b Wators... Ford, b Waters B. Millar, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

COLONIAL BANK OK AUSTRALASIA Incorporated by Act of Council, 1856. Subscribed Capital, £1,000,000, Paid up do, £437,500. This Bank allows interest on deposits at the fol lowing rates: Payable on Demand at 2J 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 chester, as well as upon most of the principal towns of IRELAND and SCOTLAND. For its constituents the Bank takes charge of Go vernment Securities, Hank, Hailway, 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, 11th June, 1861. NOTICE TO FARMERS, PRODUCE J1EK CHANTS, AND SPECULATORS. TJ1HE undersigned are prepared to make liberal L cash advances on grain consigned to them for sale or storage. Best store on Ballarat; free from vermin, and insurance very low, M'DOWALL and GRAY. STORAGE. STORAGE. STORAGE. NOTICE TO FARMERS...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY. 4th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

NEW SOUTH "WALES. SYDNEY. 4th February. The civil service picnic took placo to-day. The public offices were closed. The annual inspection of the volunteers was held to-day. Arrived-Cassino, Cheetah, from Adelaide. Sailed-Alice Cameron, lor Auckland. At the Bourkc General Sessions, on Saturday, David Gillespie, a blacksmith residing at Fleming ton, was charged with having, on the 17th and 26th December ult., maliciously wounded and otherwise injured his deceased wife, Mary Gillespie, whereby it is supposed Bhc was driven to commit Buicide. The case was an exceedingly painful one, the more so that the chief witnesses were the prisoner's daughter and SOD, intelligent children of about thir teen and eleven years of ago. The deceased woman was found drowned in the Yarra. and the evidence at the inquest showed that tho prisoner had been accustomed to treat hia wife with the greatest brutal ity. From the witnesses examined at the trial, it appeared that on the 17 th of December ult. the pr...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

MINING INTELLIGENCE. inero was a fair business done ia tbo share market on Saturday, with a further rise ia Victoria (Inkertnann,) City of Manchester, Enfield, and Per severance. The following are amcng the reported sales:-City of Manchester, £140; Specimen Xlill, No. 1, £75; Enfield, £70, £72, £74; Victoria, £58, £69 10s and £60; St. George, £50; Great Extended £34, £36, Specimen Hill, No. 2, £29, £31; Red Jacket, £16 15s; Creavy, £10; Waterloo, £14; Perseverance, £3 3s, £3 5s £3 10s; ditto paid up, £9 103; New Buninyons, £2 12s 6d, £2 15s; Stanley, £3 5s; Great Estates, £2 2s; Premier, £1 5s to £2, A large parcel of Duke of Northumberland scrip changed hands at a price not quoted. The Bind of Hope Company hud the following yield of gold lor the past week;-Monday, 157 oz 10 dwt; Tuesday, 241 oz 10 dwtj Wednesday, 224 oz 15 dwt; Thursday, 195 oz 3 dwt; Friday, 2C3 oz 15 dwt; Saturday, 2S1 oz 5 dwt;-tota!, 1364 oz 3 dwt. The Great Redan Extended C >mpauy washed 236 oz 17 dwt on Sa...

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The Ballarat Star. DAILY ISSUE. MONDAY, 6th FEBRUARY, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

DAILY ISSUE. MONDAY, Gtii FEBRUARY, 1865. A MAN having authority, and dealing autho ritatively with contemporary affairs as with the judicial voice of the historian, is worth listening to. Lord Brougham is such a man, and what he says deserves to be heard with deference, though all his deliverances may not receive our faith or coucurrence. As President of the Association for the Promo tion of Social Science, this hale " old man eloquent" made an oration a little while ago in the city of York, before some six hundred of the chief men and women of Britain. Not chief in mere social rank, perhaps though there were men of rank there enough -but men and women whose minds and morals have elevated them very far above the mere rank that is but what Burns calls the "guinea stamp." In his opening address, Lord Brougham seems to have traversed a very wide field of thought and action, of contemporary work done or to be done, or to be undone. A mere list of the topics ad verted to is curious, as ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED* Saturday, 4th February. - Jet, schooner, from M'Donald Bay ; Frances Henty, ship, Adeline Burko, from Mauritius ; Coorong, steamer, from Adelaide; City of Adelaide, steamer, from Sydney. SAILED. Saturdaj', 4th February.-Express, schooner, for Sydney; City of Launccston, steamer, for Launceston; Dorwcnt, steamer, for llubart Town. ritO.liX'TKI) DEPARTURES. For London.-True Uriton, ISth Fobruary. For Liverpool.-Koyal Standard, 7th March; Great Britain, 10th .March. For Sydney.-Tho steamers of tho A. N. S. Com pany, regularly. For Port Albert. - Ant or Koera, every Wednesday. TIio steamship London leaves tho Ifobson's Bay Bail way J'ier for London at 2 p.m. this day. Slio is full of cargo, and has a largo number of passengers of all classes. She is in fino trim, and Captain Martin anticipates conveying tho latest intelligence to .England.-Argus, 4th inst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

1TEAM to ENGLAND. White Star Line of Pack ets.- For LIVERPOOL, to ____ sail 7 tk March, the splendid screw steamship, ROYAL STANDARD, 2032 tons register, A1 for 22 years. G. H. UOWEI.l, Commander. The Royal 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 tho classification of A1 for twenty two years. Her accommodations for all classes of passengers are of tho most perfect description. For rates of passage or freight, apply to LOKIMEK. MARWOOD and ROME, Agents, 4SJ William atreet, Melbourne. kAlLY Sl'EAfli COJ4MU . NiCATION BETWEEN , GEELONG & MELBOURNE. ! 3 -The fast and favorite i S.S. EXPRESS, ! Conveying goods and passengers, leaves the Moora bool Wharf, Geelong, daily, at 8 a.m., returning from the Queen's Wharf, Melbourne (foot of William Btroet), at 4 p.m. daily, Sundays excepted. FARES: Cabin 6s. Steerage,^,.....:.- 3s. Freight, per ion 7s. TXIOS. J PAliKEH, Agent...

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WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. Saturday, 4th February, [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. Saturday, 4th February, i Mossrs M'DOWALI, and GRAT report Supply of hay and straw during tbo first tlireo days of tho week about equal to demand. But on Thursday and tho two following days tho supply was considerably in excess of demand, consequently lower pricos in many cases wore submitted to in ordor to effoct a clearance. Oats dull of sale with a downward tendency in price. Wheat has suffered a declino of about Cd por bushel during tho week, highest price this day being 8s 3d to 8s 6d. Potatoes, very few offering in this market. Bar ley very littlo enquired for, and equally little offering. Average pricos for tho week-Best hay, £3 10s to best straw, £110s to £2; best feod oats, 3s Gdto 3s 9d; best potatoes,>£7 to £710s. Messrs J. V. TARTE and Co. report An unusually heavy supply of hay to hand this week, which has had rather a depressing effoct on tho prico. The quotation for first-class manger remains unaltered; for second-class and inferior qualit...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT TRADE REPORT. Star Office, Saturday evening [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BAXLAKAT TKADE HEPOIIT. Star Office, Saturday evening Tho business of the past week lias been moderato" in moat branches, especially in tho grocery and provision trade, owing to the disturbance caused by the alterations in tlio tariff and tho iucreased disabilities under which tho local wholesale houses aro thereby placed, thus still further putting it in tho power of Melbourne houses to compete successfully for tho direct supply of tho coun try stores. Tho only possiblo euro for such a monopoly would bo tho establishment of up-country bonded stores, so that the local merchant might, immediately on taking an oruer, draw at tight oil his customer for tho full amount of tho customs duty, and not as at pro sent charge the same in his jnvoico price, and by that moats iiav'o money lying out without interest but with increased risk. 'Ihcro is a growing inclination on tho part of country customers to buy their goods in bond, but the advantage thus gained is ot'ton ...

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COUNTY COURT. Saturday, 4th February, (Before his Honor Judge Rogers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

COUNTY COURT. Saturday, Aih February, (Before bia Honor Judge Ilogera.) Goujon v Hitchins-Mr Maun, for the plaintiff, proved consent to judgment for £22 3s 6j, with £3 3s costs. Dunn and another r Caliiil, £-12 5s, goods; Mr Doward for the plaintifla; judgment, with £4 costs. Colgan v Lowe, £25 3s 8d; Mr Doward for the plaintiff; judgment, with £4 costs. Wells v KichardsoD, and Scrase v lijbertson; struck out. Jones r Ilitchins, £21 10s, bill of exchange, Mr Doward for the ploiutiU; judgment, *'ith £3 3s cos s. Sincluir v Hender; settled. Fearce v Hyatt, £28 13s 4d, bill of exchange; judgment, with £4 Is costs, liandall v Patten, £30 12j, bill of exchange; Mr Doward for the plaintiff; judgment, with £2 2a costs. Jom-s v Bryan ; settled. Gibbs and another v M'Ewan, £42, bill of exchange; Mr Walsh lor the plaintilte; Mr Salter for the defen dant objected to the affidavit of eervice, but Mr Walsh said no notice had been given, and moreover, the defendant had been present on the previou...

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INSOLVENT COURT, GEELONG. Thursday, 2nd February. (Before his Honor Charles Babington Brewer, Esq., Commissioner.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 February 1865

INSOLVENT COURT, GEELONG.   Thursday, 2nd February. (Before his Honor Charles Babington Brewer, Esq., Commissioner.) The Court opened at 11 am, CERTIFICATE MEETINGS. Charles Higgins Herrings, Ballarat. -Mr Walsh appeared to support the application for the certifi cate. Insolvent had been directed to furnish a sup plementary schedule, showing his dealings for the last two years in mining shares. The meeting was   further adjourned to the next sitting of the Court.   James Herbert, M'Gill, Ballarat - Mr Walsh for insolvent. Meeting adjourned to next sitting. Henry Hodge, Ballarat.- An affidavit was put in that insolvent knew nothing of the first and only meeting in his estate until long afterwards. Cer tificate granted. Samuel Young, Smythesdale.-Insolvent had at tended neither his first, second or third meetings. He pleaded now that he was in jail at the time. Certifi cate granted. Ernest Meyer, Sulky Gully.-Certificate granted. William Jackson ...

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POLICE. EASTERN COURT. Monday, 6th February. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr S. Wilson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 February 1865

POLICE. EASTERN COURT. Monday, 6th February. (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr S. Wileon, J.P.) DRUNKENNESS.-Jolm Dennis, in custody for bav in? been drunk, was fined 20s. Oa the same charge John Griffith, Wm. Smith, and John Radcliffe were discharged. DRIVING HOUSES THROUGH THE STREETS.-Wm. Bass was charged with leaving his horse3 unpro tected in the street. The defendant stated that ho kept an accomodation paddock, and had frequently to drive borecs through the streets. It was on ac count of doing BO tint he had been summoned, and lie therefore wished to know at what hours, or whether he was r.t any time justified in driving thera through the streets. Sergeant Laroer stated that there was a bylaw in force in the Western borough directing that mobs of horses or cattle could not be driven through the streets until after six o'clock at night, there was however no such law in the Eastern borough. Under these circumstances the defendant was cautioned to have more persons in charge o...

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COURT OF MINES, BEAUFORT. Thursday, 2nd February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 February 1865

COURT OF MINES, BEAUFORT. Thursday, 2nd February. George Searle and June his wife v James Redlily Mr liesiveSl lor plaintiff, Mr M'Dermott for defend ant. In this case the plaintiffs sought to recover £30, said to be due on a quarter sleeping share in the Homeward Bound Gold Mining Company, Beau fort, Bold urider a written agreement dated the 31st December, 1862. Mr M'Dermott objected to the summons, as it did not comply with the require ments of the Act, viz., that the sum to be paid into court had been left out. Mr Keaivell applied to have the summons amended, as it was purely a clerical error, but his Honor dismissed the plaint, with leave to enter a freeh one. Tbc Court then adjourned.

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COUNTY COURT, BEAUFORT. Wednesday, 1st February. (Before His Honor Judge Clarke.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 February 1865

COUNTY COURT, BEAUFORT. Wednesday, Iti February. (Before His Honor Judge Clarke.) Mr Lamont introduced Mr Humpage as a new practitioner in the court.-Hock Fing v Lee Fooc, £3 lis 6d goods; no appearance of defendant; ver dict lor the amount and £1 Is 8d coats. Pellus De Bain v T. li. Seliarp, an action for £2 as damage done to the plaintiff's garden by the cow of defend ant; Mr Humpage for defendant; verdict for £2 damages aud 17s 41 costs. Thimas Gracie v Angus M'DonuId, £3 14* 3i, goods; order for amount and £2 8s 8d costs. S-JUJe v Edward Cleve, £1 8s 6J, goods; order for amount and 12s costs. Same v Charles Spencer, £4 103 3i, gooJs; order for amount and 4s lOd costs. Same v Edward Bell, £2 lis 9d, poods; order for amount aud fls costs. Same v Win. Evans, £3 12s OJ, goods; order fur amount end 12a 8d costs. George Buchanan v G-.orge Searle, £5 14s, carriage of goods; no appearance, struck out. David Ivey v James Stirling, £7 16s, uso and occupation; do appearance, struck out. Th...

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COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 February 1865

COUJNTY court. The County Court vril the Warden's Court-hou: will be taken: - 167 Trengrovo v Martin 176 Kelsail v Bush by 174 Smith v Collins 183 Balderston v J. Ash 1S6 Balderston v G. Ash 22" il'Mohon v Nestcr 246 Burgoyno v lieid 201 Michcll v Crano 208 Young v Weber 283 Brearly Brothers v Robinson 306 M'Crickard v Cos-.vello 314 Lovelock v Dobson 310 l'oarmain v Jackson 341 Bird v Nott 357 Princess of Wales Co. v Stevenson, junior PltAUD f 307 Ormrod v Morwitch. resume this morning in r, when the fallowing list 338 Phamix Co. v Stoven son 3G1 Raw-lings v Crano 300 Ramsay v Beauham S15/G3 Holman v Grifliths 21 Aschiman v ilount 219 Blancy and another v Shackwray 221 Jagger v Mitchell 352 Fiupatrick v Ko'.vo 375 Beau v M'Arthur 2051 Smith v Baker 2074 Clissold v Hudson and others 2S7 Bannister v Sturt.

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WARDEN'S COURT. Monday, 6th February. (Before the Resident Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 February 1865

WARDEN'S COURT. Monday, Gth February. (Before the Resident Warden.) Fry and others v Parker and others-For aban doned ground on the Black Hill Flat. Granted. J. Uic!;ard?on and others v G. Gilbert and others -For abandoned ycound r.t the Hard Ilill, Springs. Mr Welsh for the applicants. Granted. Re W. Hose-Postponed till Monday next. J. Richardson ami others v J. Gay land and others -For an abandoned rac2 at Rich Hill, Springs. Mr Welsh for the applicants. Granted. Priocc of Walt-3 Company v Porter and others For an abandoned water race. Mr J. Hardy for the applicants. Mr D3ward for the Working Miners Company said it would be necessary to go on the ground." Postponed till Monday next. J. Comb v Jones-This was a complaint of en croachment on the borough reserve for haths and waBhhouses in Lewis street. Mr Lynn for tha Borough Council. Mr Walsh for tho defendants objected that as the title ol the Council to the re serve was under an Order in Council, the Warden had no jurisdiction. Mr...

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GEELONG WEEKLY COMMERCIAL. AND SHIPPING REPORT. Saturday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 7 February 1865

GEELOXG WEEKLY COMMERCIAL. AND SHIP PING KEPOKT. Saturday evening. Tho new tariff still continues to bo the all absorbing topic of conversation amongst business men, and while a low, determined to be beforehand, havo altered their quotations for such articles as aro likely to bo affected by tho proposed measure, others aro holding back till it has passed tho ordeal of tho Assembly. Prices quoted by travellers from Melbourne houses shew that they aro aiso raising their prices to cover the new import duty. Tho produco market has been well supplied and prices havo held their ground, notwithstanding a depression being reported as having taken place in other markets. Tho imports for tho past week comprise tho cargoes of tho following vessels, viz.:-Tho Victory, from Wyn yard, Tasmania, consisting of 20,000 feet of sawn tim ber, value .1'1U5. Tho Venture, from Newcastle, con sisting of J 70 tons of coal, value t'_'97, and 2000 spokes value together with sundry consignments from Melbourno ...

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