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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

BALLARAT L1VJE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 5tlt January. Messrs HEFBU&N and LEONABD report Fat Cattle.-The market this week was fairly sap plied, (between 500 and 600), but as usual at Christmas, competition was exceedingly dull, and prices folly 15s a head lower than for a considerable time. Our sales were -79 head, Mr Hebert Orr's, bullocks from £5 5s to £7 6s, and cows from £4 7s 6d to £5 15s; and 117 head for Messrs Crook and Sweet, at from £310s to £7 7s 6d for ' bullocks, and £3 2s 6d to £4 17s gd for cows. Quota tions-Best bullocks, £6 to tl 10s; second do, £4 10s to £5 10s; inferior, £3 to £4; best cows, £5 to £6; second do, £4 to £4 10s. Caires.-None in, a large demand. Fat Sheep.-A. dull market-of those yarded the ma Î'ority were of good useful quality, but from the few myers, business was the reverse of brisk. We sold for Mr M'Lennan 707 wethers; good to medium from 10s to , 11s 6d. Quotations-Best wethers, say 551b, 12 to 13s,-/ 5ülb weights, 10s 6d to 12s. Fat Lamb...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

BOROUGH COUNCIL. SEBASTOPOL. - The first meeting of the newly elected Council of the Borough of Sebastopol eas held on Wednesday morning at the Mechanic's Institute, Sebastopol. Seven of the nine members   were present at the commencement of proceedings, viz.- Crs Miles, Vickers, Robinson, Beverin, Richards, Thos. Dickinson, and Rowlands. Oa thc motion of Cr Severin, «(«00064 by Cr Robinson, Ci Vickers was voted to the chair. The Chairman »tated the programme of the business. The decla rations required by the Act were then daly made sud signed. (Cr Tait here joined the Council). The election of Mayor was then proceeded with. 'Ci Miles proposed, and Cr Rowlands seconded, Cr Severin. Cr Robinson proposed Cr Vickers. Tb« amendment was seconded by Cr Ed wards, who at that moment made Iiis entrance. Cr Vudters (chair man declined to accept the office, and put the ques tion, when the motion was carried. Cr Severin then took the chair, as mayor, and thanked the Council for the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS. ALBION GOLD MINING COMPANY (Regis- ¡ tered) -TENDERS will be received ap to 8 p.m- on Friday, the 6thinstant, for the building in of three boilers- Plan and specification at the com pany's office, ....-i'" _ARCHD. CAMPBELL, Manager. BALLARAT QUARTZ MINING COMPANY, Stieglitz.-Tba .ordinary general meeting will be held at the Camp Hotel, on Tuesday evening, lOtb January instant, at eight o'clock p.m. Business To receive, reports and balance sheets, elect new directors, &c affltT. yansnaT.T., Manager, Lydiard street BONSHAW FREEHOLD G. M. CO. (Regis- : tered).-MINIKG MANAGER WANTED J» >] take charge of the Pumps ead Underground' Work« . Applications, stating experience and ealarr expected,, to be sent in by Friday,-6th January, 1865, 6 o'clock ; p.m. None but thoroughly competent persons heed apply.-By order of the Board. . WW. HENDERSON, Manager. ? No. 1 C'hjtmberôf tMrfflnarca, Billarat, jSQthlDéç.' CASTLEMAINE DEEP LEAD GOLD MINING COUPANT {Registered).-TE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

STEAM TO LONDON Direct BLACK BALL and EAGLE »LINE of PACKETS.-Thc ¿team J 'ship GREAT VICTORIA, 3500 tons burthen, JAMBS PRICK, Commander, Wal be despatched from Melbourne, for London direct, on Tuesday the loth January, 1885. Bates of Passage; Saloon, including fittings, linen,* bedding, &c..... x6o ^ upwards Second cabin, on deck .._jess Third cabin-.£\& »ni «20 Steerage .-.xlö For rates of passage money, and freight apply to Messrs BYRES BROTHERS, Ballarat; or BRIGHT BROTHERS and CO., ^_ . . . Flinders lane, Melbourne. s1 N (TEAM TO LONDON. Messrs Money Wigram and "Sons* (of Blackwall Tard, London) ' Line of Steam and Sailing Ships, j To sail positively on the ,4th February, the splendid j new screw steamship LONDON, 1750 Tons Bsgister, 3. B. MARTIN, Commander. For plans of cabins, dietary scales, send all parti culars, apply to _ W. P. WHITE and CO, _ 10, Elizabeth street, Melbourne, kAlLY STEAM COMMU NICATION BETWEEN ?GEELONG. & MELBOURNE. ' -The fast an...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POST PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. Wednesday, 4th January.-Omeo, steamer, from Otago. Gulnare, schooner, from Port Elliot. SAILED. Wednesday, 4th January.-Our Hope, brig, for New castle ; Dove, schooner, Helen Ann, schooner, for Circu lar Head; Anglesea, ship, for London; Pilot, schooner, for Invercargill ; Western, steamer, for Portland; Keera, steamer, for Port Albert. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. For London.-Great Victoria, 10th January; York- shire, 18th January; London, 4th February.   For Sydney.-The steamers of the A. S. N. Com-   pany, regularly. For Gipps Land, &c.-Charles Edward, every Tues- day. For Otago.-Hero, 12th January. IMPORTS-3rd January. David and Jessie, from Colombo-81 casks 244barrels 640 bags coffee, 20 bales cinnamon, 14 coils 107 bundles coir rope, 405 bundles coir yarn, 500 ballots coir fibre, 60 rolls matting, 1000 cases nuts, James Henty and Co. 6 cases oil, Levy Brothers.

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. The Inspector of the Corporation Cattle Yards reports as follows :-We have been well supplied with fat stock for the past month. The following have been sold at these yards :-1147 head of fat cattle, 20 calves, and 6813 sheep and lambs. Messrs James Croyle and John Ditchburn report the following sales of shares made yesterday :-St Georges, £19 10s; Leviathans, £18 15s and £19 10s; Ophir, £3   2s 6d; Red Jackets, £13 12s 6d and £13 15s; Nelsons,   £22 15s. Messrs James Smith, William Oldham, and Walter Kington, sharebrokers, report the following sales made yesterday:-Albion, Sebastopol, £9 5s; Ophir, Creswick road, £3; Band in Hand, Inkermann, at per scrip, £17 10s; Golden Empire, Springdallah, £13; St George   United, Sebastopol, new issue, £3 10s; Band of Hope, new issue (for coming out), £32 10s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

STORAGE. STORAGE. STORAGE. NOTICE TO FARMERS. THE undersigned are prepared to make liberal cash advances on grain consigned to them for   sale or storage, at their new brick stores, corner of   Mair and Doveton streets. Market Square. J. V. TARTE and CO. TO FARMERS. 50,000 BUSHELS of WHEAT WANTED.   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. THE undersigned is prepared to make Cash   Advances on wheat, oats, and barley, consigned   to him for sale or storage. WILLIAM EAVES, Agent for William Degraves' guaranteed silk dressed flour. NOW READY. FORMS FOR THE REGISTRATION OF DOGS in January. PRICE ONE PENNY. To be had at this Office, and of all booksellers. NOTICE.-Intending Subscr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, BETTER'S AGENTS.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 4th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER. GREVILLE AMD BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 4th January. Seventeen entries have been received by the Stewards for the Randwick Grand Handicap for 1865. It is reported that Parliament will meet on the 19th inst. Heavy importations of flour will be required to keep the prices from springing. Teas are in fair request- Bulk ale is saleable at from £7 15s to £8. Marian's bottled ale is in good demand. Brandy is quiet, but for rum there is a steady demand at about 3s 4d. Five tons of blast-   ing powder was sold to-day at 11s per lb. At auction, a few sales were made of kerosene at 4s 6d, cash. The rest was withdrawn for higher rates. Sailed-Kardash, for Valparaiso; Mary and Edith,   for the South Sea Islands. Arrived-H. L. Rutzers, from Auckland.  

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A HORRIBLE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

A HORRIBLE ACCIDENT. A few evenings since a Mr Slocum was reading an account of a dreadful accident which happened at a factory at L-----, and which the editor had described in a great many words. "I declare wife, that was an awful accident over at the mill," said Mr Slocum. " What is it about"? "I'll read the 'count, and then you'll know all about it." Mr S. began to read: " HORRIBLE AND FATAL ACCIDENT.-It becomes our melancholy and painful duty to record the par- ticulars of an accident that occurred at tbe lower mill, in this village, yesterday afternoon, by which a human being, in the prime of life, was hurried to that bourne from which, as the immortal Shakspere says, ' no traveller returns,' Mr David Jones, a workman who has but few superiors, was superintending one of the large drums-(" I wonder if 'twas a kettle drum, such as the sodgers have," said Mrs Slocum) -"when he became entangled. His arm was drawn around the drum, and finally his whole body was drawn over the shaft ...

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WARDEN'S COURT. Wednesday, 4th January. (Before the Resident Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

WARDEN'S COURT. Wednesday, 4th January. (Before the Resident Warden.) Forbes, as manager of the United Extended Band of Hope Company, v Gray and others, of the St. George United Company-Encroachment. Post- poned for a week. Wilson v Lloyd-Encroachment on a residence claim at Scott's Parade. Postponed, in order to enable the Warden to visit the ground. Cox. and party v Scales-Encroachment on a mining claim at Brown Hill. Postponed. Yow Ching and others v Morris and others-In- terference with a water right at White Horse ; damages £20. Judgment reserved until Monday next. Bay Qui v Holyoake and Co.-Application for   possession of a water-race and right, abandoned at   Harry Beale's Swamp. Judgment for the plaintiff. Patrick and others v Scales-Application for pos- session of a portion of abandoned ground at Cale- donian Lead. Judgment for the plaintiffs, the de- fendant to have time to remove his improvements. Cray v Frank and others-Encroachment. Post- poned...

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THE DAYLESFORD MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

THE DAYLESFORD MURDER. The Daylesford Mercury of yesterday reports: -     The excitement in reference to this melancholy af- fair appears to have lost but little of its intensity, and little else is talked off. Our local police has, we find, been supplemented by Melbourne detectives, and additional police. Rumor has been busy as to the apprehension of the murderer. During the early part of yesterday it was stated that the party to whom suspicion points, such suspicion being strengthened by the fact of his having absconded from the neighborhood, had been taken while crawl- ing into his tent; and later in the day a man came   in from the bush to the westward of the town and gave information of a man having been seen under suspicions circumstances in the bush. The police and a number of persons started in the direction in- dicated in order to bring in the man if they could succeed in making him a prisoner. Detective Wal- ker and Williams, with the...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE STREET LAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

LETTER TO THE EDITOR. THE STREET LAMPS. Sir,-The advantages of artificial light as emitted from our street lamps are appreciated by none more than members of the fourth estate, whose duties necessarily lead them frequently to perambulate our streets at all hours of the night when the majority are wrapt in the arms of Morpheus. For some time time past I have been expecting some knight of tbe quill or a paterfamilias Councillor to come forward and do battle against a gross public injustice perpe- trated by the Ballarat Gas Company, in extinguish- ing the street lamps earlier than they have any right to do; but in this I have been disappointed, and so without any further preface I come to the subject,   viz., the early extinguishment of the lights from the street lamps on the south side of Sturt street; and in general terms I may state, for the information of his Worship the Mayor and the Borough Council of Bal- larat West, that the light from the lamp at the corner of Err...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS. FRIDAY, 6Ui JANUARY. Capital Investment for a Han and his Wife. Jamieson's HoteL Durham. JS. CARVER has received instructions to sell . by auction, on the premises, at the Durham, on Friday, 6th January, at 12 o'clock, The above hotel, containing bar, bar parlors, two bed-roams, kitchen, and stable. Jamieson*« hotel is situated in the Enfield paddock, directly opposite the Garibaldi; the house is erected on leased land, and the purchaser will have the option of removing the premises at the termination of the lease. Terms-cash. TUESDAY, 10th JANUARY. In the Trust Batate of Bnbert CorJdlL Ja CARVER has been favored with irritate* . tiona from the Trustees in the above estate to sell by auction, on the premises, Armstrong street, Ballarat, on Tuesday, loth January, at twelve o'clock, The well-assorted «tock in the above estate, con sisting 'of groceries, wines, spirits, lea. Horses, spring cart, elegant buggy, harness. &e. Catalogues to be obtained from the Auct...

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THE LATE MR DUGALD GRANT. INQUEST ON THE BODY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 5 January 1865

THE LATE ME DUGALD GRANT. INQUEST ON THE BODY. On Wednesday morning the District Coroner held, at the White Hart Hotel, Sturt street, an in- quest touching the manner of the death of Dugald Grant, who died in the Ballarat District Hospital at   noon on the precious day. The following jury was impannelled:—Messrs Thomas Robson (foreman), Henry Cherry, Timothy Lane, Elbridge Emery,   Alexander Wilkie, George Chapman, George Bur goyne, William Boyd, Timothy Foley, John Taylor, John Henry Bates, James Grant. Margaret J. Grant, of Ballarat, deposed that be tween eight and nine o'clock on Monday evening deceased was driving herself end sister in a buggy up Sturt street, about opposite the Boyal Saxon Hotel. He was not driving quickly, and they had passed a cab going up. Toere was another coming donn against them, and a van of some eort be hind it. This witness did not see till it came close to them, and on passing the wheel ot the buggy in which witness was, its ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 January 1865

STORAGE. STORAGE. STORAGE. NOTICE TO FARMERS. THE undersigned are prepared to make liberal cash advances on grain consigned to them for sale or storage, at their new brick stores, corner of Mair and Doveton streets, Market Square. _J. V. TAUTE and CO. TO FARMERS. Kn nnr.BUSHELs OF WHEAT WANTED. OvJ, vj vj vj 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 rf^HE undersigned is prepared to make Cash A Advances on wheat, oats, and barley, consigned to him for sale or storage. WILLIAM EAVES, 1 Agent for William Degraves' guaranteed silk dressed flour. NOW R E A D T. FORMS FOB THE REGISTRATION OF DOGS in January. PRICE ONE PENNY. To be had at this Office, and of all booksellers. NOTICE.-Intending Subscribers are respect!ully informed that the new Quarter commenced on the 1st inst. All persons indebted to this office are particularly requeste...

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NEW ZEALAND. GOVERNOR GREY'S SECOND PROCLAMATION TO THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 January 1865

TSEW ZEAIAHB. GOVERNOR GREY'S SECOND PROCLAMA TION TO THE NATIVES. The Christchurch fret* of the 26th nit., pub lishes the following proclamation by Sir "George Grey, to which he specifically states bis intentions towards the natives r Whereas the Governor did on the 25th day of October last issue a proclamation, offering to grant a pardon to all persons engaged in the present re-' hellion who should comply with T>rtnin conditions therein specified before the 10th day of December inst., which time has expired ; And whereas it is no w expedient that the mind of the Governor should be fully declared, eo that all persons may know his intentions ; It is therefore declared and made known that the Governor will retain and hold as land of the Crown, all the land in the Waikato taken by the Queen's forces, and from which ihe rebel natives have been driven, within the following lines, that ia to say Commencing at Pokorokoro, in the Golf of the ! Thames, thence proceeding southward in aetr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 January 1865

MARRIAGE. On the 4th January, at Brunswick, by the Rev J. C. Symons, Frederick George Miles, of the Survey Department, Ballarat, to Annie, only daughter of Mr James Finning, J.P.

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

MINING INTELLIGENCE. Basin ess at the Corner yesterday nag tolerably good, and there seems to be going on a steady re. covery from Ute holiday recess. Nelson scrip is maintaining recent quotations, and sales at £22 10s have been made. United Extended Band of Hopes vere obtainable at £124, and Koh-i-Noors are worth : £61, with sellers firm; Cape Clear scrip sold at £125, ana Boyal Standards at £130, while Grand Jone-. tiona range from £90 to £95. Most ot the Pitfield! Plains scrip is at a premium, Golden Empires selling at £42, Great Estates at £25, and 'Stanleys ara quoted at £3. The Scottish and Cornish Company, aa we inti mated thc otber day would take place, applied yes terday to the Judge of the Court of Minea, in Cham bers, for a maintenance of the injunction over the Great Golf I ompany's quartz claim pending the appeal from his Honor's recent decree. The appli cation was refused, and it is probable the applicants will move the Court above. In the meantime Great Gulf scrip is ...

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FURTHER OUTRAGES BY BEN HALL AND HIS GANG. (From the Goulburn Herald, 27th Dec.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 January 1865

FURTHER OUTRAGES BY BES HALL AND HIS GANG. (From the Goulburn Berald, 27th Dec,) Âbout eigbt o'clock on Monday evening, Ben Hall, Gilbert, and Dann came to tba Flagstaff Store at Binda, forty miles from Goulburn, and told the pro prietor, Mr Morriss, and his wife to accompany them to tbe Flag Hotel, at which the landlord, Mr John Hall, was that evening giving a ball to his neighbors in celebration of Boxing Day. Mr and Mrs Morriss declined, bat the bushrangers insisted on their doing so, and told Mrs Morriss to change ber dress. It may be mentioned that Mr Morriss had formerly been in the police force, and had gained tbe reputation of being a most active aod successful officer; and it is supposed that on this account the bushrangers were afraid of bis organising means for their capture if they allowed him to remain at home. Mrs Morriss was obliged to change ber dress accordingly ; end j while this was going OD the bushrangers were ! searching about the place, and either then or on t...

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DISTRICT POLICE COURT. Thursday, 5th January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 6 January 1865

DISTRICT POLICE COURT. Thursday, StA January. (Before the Police Magistrate.) WIFE BEATING.-George Smith was charged with haring violently assaulted and threatened to take the life nf bia wife. Constable Cotter deposed that he was informed several days ago that the defend ant's wife had been beaten, and was lying st her bouse at Mopoke Gully in a very dangerous state. He proceeded to the house and found her lying on the floor nearly unconscious from tbe blows she bad received. It was also stated that ber bad condition was partly due to her having taken some laudanum. Warm water emetics were then given her and she afterwards got better, whereupon she accompanied the constable to the lock-up aod entered the charge against her husband. She stated at tbe time that she did not wish bim to be punished, but merely bound over to keep the peace. She appeared in court and said she would be satisfied if this was done. The accused was then ordered to be bound over in the sum of £20 to keep the ...

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