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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. Wednesday, 8th February.-Layard, brig, from Fuo Chow-Foo ; Emma Prescott, brig1, from Hobart Town ; Cbapian, ship, from Baltic; Cheribon, from Ketv York: Spray, put back. SAILED. Wednesday, 8tli Februaiy.-Black Swan, steamer, for Launcestoa ; Gem, schooner, for Belfast; Western, steamer, for Portland; Ant, steamer, for Port Albert; Coorong, steamer, for Adelaide. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. For London.-True Briton, 18th February. For Liverpool.-Royal Standard, 7th March; Great Britain, 10th March. For Sydney.-Tho steamers of the A. N. S. Com pany, regularly.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

SI White Star Line of Pack eta.-For LIVERPOOL, to sail 7 tli March, the Bplendid screw steamship, ROYAL STANDARD, 2032 tons register, A1 for 22 years. G. II. Do WELL. Commander. The Royal Standard was built expressly for the Australian passenger trade, and is one of the strongest Bhips ever built, her great strength having obtained for her the classification of A1 for twenty two years. Her accommodations for all classes of passengers nre of the most perfect description. For rates of passage or freight, apply to LOKIHER, MAliWOOD and ROME, Agents, 48 J William street, Melbourne. tAlLY STEAM. COMMU NICATION BETWEEN .GEELONG & MELBOURNE. ' -The fast and favorite 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 etroefcj, at 4 p.m. daily, Sundays excepted. FARES: " Cabin..... . 5b. . Steerage,*.^.,............ 3a. Freight, per toil 7s. THOS. J PAKKER, Agent, 11 Mar...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 5th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Wednesday, 5th rebruaiy. Messrs HEPBURN and LEONARD report Fat Cattle.-An average supply and demand, with a slight advance on all qualities. Best beef ruled at about 22s 6d per 100 lb, medium 15s to l"s 6d. Our sales wero 113 head (J. Henty's), medium to inferior at an average of £'5 Ss 6d; 38 head (different owners), at from £3 12s 6d to £7 2s 6d. Fat Calves-A moderate supply. Wo sold a small lot at from 31s to 70s, according to quality. Fat Sheep-As noticed in our last, a very perceptible improvement is apparent, and wo aro of opinion that prices have seen their lowest for this season. VVo sold 400 wethers (very inferior) at from Ss to 9s, and quoto best wethers 60 lb weights, 14s; medium weights and quality, lis to 12s Gd ; inferior, 9s to 10s. Fat Lambs continue sparingly supplied; good would now bring high prices. Wo sold 60 for Mr Edwards at 10- to 10s Cd. Store Sheep-Enquiries increasing for wethers, good lots being now readily disposed of. Young o...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT SHAKE MARKET. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT SHAKE MARKET. Wenncsdav Evening. Messrs James Smith and Walter Kington report Jio following sales made this day:-Enficlds, Durham, £79, £85. £90. and £94; Great Gulf, £1G 10s; Premier, Pit field Plains, £1 4s and £1 5s; General Kosiaski, Carng ham, £1 premium: St. Georgo United, Sebastopol, t'S 5s to £8 15s; Victoria, Inkermaan, £60; Franklyn, Scotchman's, £12 10s; Koyal Saxon, Inkermann, £2<J 2s 6d; Great North West, Swamp, £10 premium; Scottish and Cornish, Black Lead, £6 17s Cd ; Hand-in-Hand, full share, £215 cash; .Defiance, Sebastopol, £38 10s.

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COUNTY COURT. Wednesday, 8th February. (Before His Honor. Judge Rogers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

<: COUNTY COURT. Wtinniay, 8th February. (Before His Honor. Judge Rogers.) Pearmain v Jackson-An action to recover £17 6s damages done to boots and shoes. Mr Trench for the plaintiff, Mr Cuthbert for the defendant. The plaint set forth that the damages were sought " for that the defendant, by his servant, so carelessly carrying on certain repairs to his premises, adjoining those oi the plaintiff, that the said servant broke a hole through the roof top or covering of the plaintiff's shop window, and caused a gre3t quantity of dust and dirt to fall through the said hole in and upon - boots and shoes placed in the window for show and sale, whereby they were greatly damaged and rendered unfit "for sale." The plaintiff was a tenant of the defendant, and lived nest door to the defendant, being a well-known smith and farrier in Bridge street. The plaintiff deposed that the damages were assessed by a person in the trade named Barberry, and were fairly assessed, the plaintiff's lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

ADVERTISEMENTS. TUESDAY, 21st FEBRUARY. . SALE OP Farm, Superior Dwelling House and Oat-offices, Household Furniture, Horses, Vehicles. &c., &c« M, WISE lias been favored with instructions * ' . from George Tregent, Esq. (who is about to leave the district), to sell by public auction, at 12 o'clock, on the above date, ou the premises, situate at Mount Bolton, on the main road from Ballarat to Lexton, and adjoining the mills of Messrs Foreman, his very VALUABLE FARM, OF 1G4 ACRES, Of the best and richest land in the district, being of a black and chocolate soil, 110 acres of which are now in a high state of cultivation, and the balance in Rrnaa, well and securely fenced (the greatest part fowl-proof), and subdivided into seven paddocks. On the land in a very largo and deep reservoir, the banks of which are planted with willow and other trees. The land is really of a very superior quality, and every foot of it available. Erected thereon is one of the most complete home...

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THE NEW TARIFF.—THE POLITICAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

THE NEW TARIFF.-THE POLITICAL SITUATION. A well-informed Melbourne correspondent writes as follows: " The present position of the tariff question in volves complications which do not appear upon the surface, 'i'hc conference of Froe-trade members of the Assembly met under the full conviction of their own powerlessness to avert the threatened disasters to the trade and general interests of the colony as against the combined forces of the Government and the protectionists. They appear, therefore, to have directed their attention to the possible mitigation of the evil. Overtures are said to have been made to the protectionists in ' the Corner' to limit the imposition of the proposed new duties to a list of about fifteen articles, which the latter have contended should be manufactured in the colony. To give the experiment the fullest trial the protectionists are invited to name the amount of duties to be charged in each case. If this proposal is made authoritatively on the part of the f...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

MINING INTELLIGENCE. Business'at the Comer was of fair average extent on Wednesday, a good demand existing for Entield scrip throughout the day, which rose to £96 with Bellers at £100. The following are among the chief sales of the day:-Band of Hope, £130; Hand-in. Hand, £210; Lucky, £100; Enfield, £84, £90, £9fi; Newton, £80; Wendouree, £67; Victoria, £60, £61, £02; St. George, £50; Koh-i-Noov, £50; Specimen Hill (No. 2 South), £31; Prince Alfred, £18 103; British scrip, £20 ; Red Jacket, £16 10s; Great Gulf, £17s 10s; Lalla Rookh, ££? 5s; Perseverance, £3 5s; Stanley, £3 2s 6J; Great Estates, £2 ; Pre mier, £1 5s. The Great Extended Company washed 202ox'6 dwt. The works were delayed li :om Tuesday morn ing at five o'clock until Wedneac lay morniog at two o'clock, through the cage getting faBt in the shaft and carrying away the guides. Had this not oc curred the yield would have been more than 300 oz. The Koh-i-Noor Company's yield for Tuesday was 97 oz and on Wednesday 87 oz. The ...

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THANKS TO THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

THANKS TO THE HOSPITAL. SIR,-When great benefits are received from public institutions, justice Buggi-sts an acknowledg ment of them. Under a sense of this duty I desire through your columns to ventilate my thanks anew for the cure, skill, and kindness displayed towards tne as an inmate of tbe Ballarat District HoEpitnl. I cannot be so invidious as to omit mention of any gentleman immediately connected with my case, one of a very tedious and difficult nature, ending in am putation of the arm ; which operation was effected by Dr llillas witli eminent surgical adroitness on Wednesday, the 18th January last, and such were the demulcent appliances administered under the di>eotion of Dr Whitcombe, by that excellent and very efficient wardsman Mr John Yarwood, that in the incredibly short period of a fortnight tlio healing was complete. Did my means allow, all concerned should have something more substantial than mere passing praise. '. To Bay more would be UBeleeB less ungrateful." JL...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'S AGENTS.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 8th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIED, REUTEE'S AOE.NT3.] NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 8th February. The Albert Edward, arrived yesterday from Van couver's Island, reports that the Buena Vista, from Vancouver's Island bound to Melbourne, was under going repairs at Honolulu, and that the Charles Cooper was loading at Barkley'B Sound for Adelaide.

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LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH] SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

LATER NEWS FROM AMERICA. [Br ELECTBIC TELEGRAPH] (From the Argut correspondent). SYDNET, Tuesday. 'i'iie Albert Edward, from Puget Sound, brings Californian papers to the 3rd December, and war news to the 27th November. The Richmond papers contain numerous telegrams respecting Sherman's invasion of Georgia. The Federal troops are marching through that state unopposed. They have since defeated Wheeler, near Griffin, when the latter retired on Gainsville. Sherman has captured Macon, Milledgeville, Sheffield, Moaticello, and Ilillshorough. He captured a portion of the Legislature in session, at (?). General Cobb was endeavoring to raise troops to oppose his progress. Beauregard has written to the authorities, stating his intention to oppose Sherman, and counselling the destruction of the supplies on the route pursued by the Federals. The Richmond Examiner says that Sherman would avoid the fortifications of Augusta, intending to march rapidly on Savannah, and from thence threaten Charle...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday, 8th February. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

PARLIAMENTARY" INTELLIGENCE. Wednesday Y 8th February, LEGISLATIYK COUNCIL. The report of the Elections and Qualifications Committee, upon the petition of Mr Bain against the election of the Hon. Mr Fitzgerald, was brought up, to the effect that the disqualification charged in the petition was not sufficient to. unseat the hon, member. Mr Mitchell gave notice that, upon the next day of sitting, he would move the adoption of such report. Mr Fawkner presented a petition for the re opening by the Government of the Easendon Rail way, and the establishment of further market aecommod ation. in Melbourne. The House then went into committee for the further consideration, of the Land Act 1862 Amend ment Bill. Mr Fellows proposed a new clause to precede' clause 23, calling upon the Board ot Lands and Survey to publish a quarterly statement of the par ticulars of lands let under lease. At the suggestion of Mr Heivey, the proposed clause -was postponed for the purpose of being printed. On claus...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 8th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 8th February. Sales of Dunn's flour have been made to-day at £19 17s 6d, and wheat has been sold at 7s 8d. Cleared out: Yarra, for Geelong, with a cargo of wheat and bran. A deputation, consisting of Mr Randall, M.L.A., and Mr Macnamara, representing the interests of the Lai Lsl Water works Association, had an in terview on Wednesday with the hon. the Commis sioner of Mines. Mr Randall said that the object of the deputation was to place Mr Sullivan in pos session of tbe full facts connected with the dispute between the Lai Lai Compauy and the Ballarat Water Commissioners. One tale was always good till another was told. A petition which he was about to bring under the attention of the Legislative Assembly showed that in the month of March, 1861, possession was given to tbe Lai L3f Company, in pursuance of the mining bylaws, to take water suffi cient for 30 sluice-heads from the Lai Lai Creek. Long after the Lai Lai Company had been in the full enjoyment of ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE BALLARAT CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 9 February 1865

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE BALLARAT CEMETERY. SIR,-Permit me to ask, through your columns, the following questions in reference to the trustee ship and secretaryship of the Ballarat Cemetery : 1st. Why the late secretary was suspended,'and .whether there is any truth in the rumor that it is the intention of the trustees to reinstate the secre tary who was "removed" a few months ago ? 2nd. AVho is now the acting-secretary, and upon what terms does he perform the duties of that office ? 3rd. AVhy the trustees have never published any balance sheet pf the receipts and expenditure of the trust funds of the Cemetery ? 4th. And why the trus tees have not issued title deeds to the purchasers of burial grounds in the Cemetery ? Perhaps the trustees will be good enough to answer these queries at an early date. If not, I am informed steps will be taken to cause a thorough investiga tion into the management of the above-named trust. The object bought by the writer of this letter is to obtain f...

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COUNCIL OF BUNINYONGSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 February 1865

COUNCIL OF BUNINYONGSHIRE. At the usual fortnightly meeting of this Council, held on Thursday, there were prccent-the Presi dent, and Crs Innes, Hocking, Lamb, and Goller, The Secretary read tho following letters:-From the Town Clerk of Sebastopol, stating that a deputation, consisting of the Mayor, Crs Robinson, Vickers, and Richards, had been appointed to wait on the Council, to ascertain its intentions with regard to the collec tion of rates and making roads within the borough of Sebastopol, and for other purposes; also, asking for a detailed statement of expenditure in No. 2 division for the present year.-The deputation referred to did not wait upon the Council as stated. From the Meredith Koad Board, asking the Council to take immediate steps to eradicato the thistles on the Gtclong road, near the Stoney Rises.-The Secretary stated he had informed the Board that the portion of Toad relerred to was not within the shire boun dary. From Messrs King and Muisey, Bardie's Iiill, aski...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRESWICK COUNTY COURT. Thursday, 9th February. (Before his Honor Judge Clarke.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 February 1865

CRESWICK COUNTY COURT. Thursday, 9th February. (Before his Honor Judge Clarke.) Under £20.-Anderson Brothers v Poison and others, £15, goods ; Mr Doward for the plaintiffs ; judgment ior amount and £3 10s costs against .Fletcher, he being the only party served with a summons. J. Hammon v Mansfield, £14 14a 3d, goods; judgment for amount and £4 3s costs. Same v W. Mutimer, £4 2s, goods; judgment for amount and £2 9s costs. Same v J. Moore, legal manager of the Royal Exchange G. M. Co., £0 3s 6d, money paid. The plaintiff had carted certain machinery to Ores wick which he was directed by the defen dant to have weighed at the Borough Weighbridge. He had accordingly done so, but the company not having paid for the weighing the plaintiff was sued for the amount due by the lessee of the weigh bridge at the Creswick Police Court and ordered to pay the amount. Mr O'Dea for the defence, con tended that under Frazer'a Act, his client, as legal manager, was not liable. The plaintiff was there ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 February 1865

SATURDAY, 11th FEBRUARY. SALE BY AUCilON OP A 35 ACRE AURIFER0U3 FARM, BUNGAREE. To Gentlemen desiring a Country Residence Mining Speculators and Otters. BY ORDER op THE MORTGAGEES. JAMES ODDIE and CO. are instructed by the Mortgagees to sell, at their rooms, Dana street, by public auction, on Saturday, 11th insfc, at one o'clock, A farm of 35 acres ana lb perches, being lot 1, Bection 7, parish of Bungaree, together with dwelling liouee and outhouses in the occupation of Thomas Balguy fane. Tlio above property, which is pleasantly situated and within an easy distance of Ballarat, ia divided into paddocks in crop, grass, and a six acre orchard filled with fruit trees. The land is well watered by a permanent spring and by the Yarrowee adjoining; altogether constituting a very desirable country re aicence. It has also been proved to be auriferous by a party of surfacers, who obtained as much as £13 per man a fortnight. Donnolly's Mining Ctmpany in adjoining paddock, has likewise prove...

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NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedules filed in Ballarat.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 February 1865

NEW INSOLVENTS. (Schedules fiied in Ballarat.) Johannes Lambertes Swenser, of Ascot, farmer. G lusea of insolvency-Several of his bullocks and horses dying, and also Irom ruBt in his wheat, and light crops. Liabilities, £247 lis 4J; assets, £77 IGs; deficit, £169 15s 4d. Willi ini Henry Hyatt-, of Lucky Womtins, butcher. Causes of insolvency-Heavy losses in mining shares and pressure of creditors. Liabilities, £244 7a 4d; assets, £75 23 9J; deficit, £169 4s 7d. (Schedule filed in Melbourne.) Robert Hopao, of Daylesford, engineer. Causes of insolvency-Losses in mining, wauc of employment, and pressureof creditors. Liabilities, £124 13s; assets, £8 10s; deficiency, £115 3s. Mr Shaw, ofBciai assignee.

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POLICE. DISTRICT COURT. Thursday, 9th February. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Mr M'Kean, Justice of the Peace.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 February 1865

POLICE. DISTRICT CODRT. Thursday, 9Hi February. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Mr M'Kean, Justice o(the Peace.) STEALING A SADDLE.-JobnThompeon wascharged ? withhaviogstolen a saddle,theproperty of Mr Bunce, surgeon. The evidence showed tbat while the pro BCCUtor was attending a patient, in Armstrong street, on the 31st January, the saddle was taken from bis horse in the street. Mr Hawkes, saddler, deposed that he made the saddle, and saw the prisoner offer it for sale in O'Forrell's sale yard. Having heard of the robbery he gave the prisoner into custody. The arresting constable proved that the prisoner said he bought the saddle, and another witnesa that the pri soner had said it belonged to a horse he had sold. The prisoner elected to be dealt with summarily and was sentenced to three months' imprisonment. DatrKK.-William Gray was brought up for this offence and was fined 20s, or twenty-lour hours' im prisonment. LUNACT.- Stephen Powell, a lunatic, was re manded till Saturday....

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 10 February 1865

MINING INTELLIGENCE. The principal object of interest in the share mar ket on Thursday waB the Enfield Company, Dur ham^ Early in the morning there were busy enquirers lor scrip, and this caused a few curious persons to pay a visit to the claim. It was found that the shaft had been bottomed on gold, and, as is supposed, directly at the junction of the two leads. Shares were rising all day, and towards evening £135 was the price asked. In other shares there was a moderate busincs at fully sustained prices. The following are the chief sales reported by the brokers.-City of Manchester, £150; Band of Hope, £129, £130; Specimen Hill, Daylesford, £230; Niagara, £119 and 3 premium; Enfield, £120, £125, £126; Duke of Cornwall, Durham, £b0, £85; Newton, £78; Victoria, £G0, £62; Koh i-Noor, £50 10s; Prince Alfred, £18, £19 10s, £20; Albion, £17 10s ; Red Jacket, £16 10s, £16 15s; Chryseis, £12; Lalla Rookh, £0; Golden Rivers, new issue, £5 5s; New Buninyong, £3 5s, £3 10s; Perseverance, Kanga...

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