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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

THEATRE KOYAL. The re-opening of the 'Iheatre lloyal on Monday night was signalised by a house absolutely crowded from floor to ceiling. And whether or not it was the novelty of seeing the theatre open again after what may be called very decidedly a dramatic re cess, or that everybody appeared in his or her gay est at this renewal of theatrical pleasures, it ii cer tain that the old house never looked brighter or merrier. The place was clean too in every part, and a few' little matters of new drapery in the stage boxc-s, and some fresh hangings about the slides, made the theatre wear a slightly re-decorated look. Of the entertainment provided, we may say in a word that it was far superior to anything of the kind ever presented here before. We have had acrobatic performances be fore in the same place, and trapeze and flying trapcz3 feats also, but they have generally been marred by break downs. On this occasion, how ever, all the feats were perfect, and had such an entourage of grace...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT PHILLIP HEADS. AJIRIYED. Sunday, 12th February.- Derivent, steamer, from Hobarton; Black Swan, steamer, from Launceston. Monday, 13th February. - Goldon Ago, barquo, Maggie, brig, Jane, brig, William Ackers, barquo, from Newcastle; boomerang, schooner, Malcolm, schooner, from Hobarton; Juliet, schooner, from Port Albert; Eva, schooner, Julia, schooner, from l'ort Frederick; Charles Cowper, ship, from l'uget Sound; City of Ado laido, steamer, from Sydney. SAILED. Sunday, 12th February.-liero, stoamer, for Otago; City of Launceston, .steamer, for Launceston; E. Greely, ship, for Callao; Thomas lirown, barque, for Sydney; Matador, barque, Ann and Maria, barque, for New castle; Callender, schooner, for Brisbano; Kedcliffo, schooner, for Western l'ort; Elizabeth, brig, for Mau ritius. Monday, loth February.-Prince Patrick, schooner, for Corner Inlet; Pioneer, schooner, Amora, brig, for Sydiioy; Frederick, brig, for SVallaroo. PltOJIXTJiD DEI'ARTUUES. For Londo...

Publication Title: Ballarat Star, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

S' 'TEAM to ENGLAND. 7 White Star Lino of Pack ets.- For LIVERPOOL, to Bail 7th March, tho Bplendid screw steamship, KOYAL STANDARD, 2032 tonB register, A1 for 22 years. G. II. DOWELL, Commander. Tho 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 classe3 of passengers are of tho most perfect description. For rates of passage or freight, apply to LORIMER, MAUWOOD and ROME, Agents, 48J William street, Melbourne. ~ A1LY Si'KAtl CUMMU NICATION BETWEEN GEELONG & MELBOURNE. -Tho fast and favorite S.S. EXPRES3, Convoying goods and passengers, leaves the Moora fcoul Wharf, Geelong, daily, at 8 a.m., returning from the Queen's Wharf, Melbourne (foot of William street), at 4 p.m. daily, Sundays excepted. FAKES: Cabin 5s. Steerage. 3s. Freight, per toa 7B. THOS. J PARKER, Agent, 11 Market street, Melbo...

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VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. TiiAPFic VOVL WEEK ENDING yia Jj'ebuuaut 1805: Passengers, 18,685 ... £103G 14 2 Parcels and Livo Stock 3S0 12 4 Merchandise C521 1 2 £9908 7 8 JA.S. Down, j>ro. Secretary. Traffic Audit Ofiico, 13tli February.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT SHARE MARKET. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT SHARE MARKET. Monday Eveninrr. Messrs James Smith and Walter Kington reportVho following sales mado tliis day:--Ballarat Quartz, Stieg litz, £110; General. Kosiaski, Carngham, .±'1 and jfc'l )0s premium; Chryseis, Durham, £57 10s: Albions, Sebas bastopol, £18 10s, £1S lfls, £ 19, £19 10s, and £20; Opliirs, Creswick road, £4; St George United, Sebasto f>ol, iGO, £04, and .i'70; Leigh Grand Junction, Dur iam, £140; City of Manchester, Durham, £192; De fiance, Sebastopol, £38; Wendouree, Swamp, £G9. Melbourne, Monday evening. Export ontries were passed at tlio Customs to-day on 301G oz 7 dwt of gold per the Red Rover for London. Tho import markets have generally opened quietly. The news by tho mail has not been productive of much movement. Tho exports from England arc very nearly tho same as those of tho previous month. A consider able business has been done during tho day in teas at prices fully sustaining lato quotations. Geneva, key brand, has be...

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WARDEN'S COURT. Monday. 13th February. (Before the Resident Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

WAltDifiN'S"COURT. Monday^ 13th February. (Before the Resident Warden.) Prince of Wales Company v Porter ana oiuers Application for a water race. Mr J. Hardy for the applicants; Mr Doward for the Working Miners Company; and Mr Welsh for the Tunnel or Camp Company, opposed the application. Tbe Warden paid that as the applicants were alread in possession the application was unnecessary, the other side could try their rights if they hud any. Application ?withdrawn. Cosmopolitan Company v W. Nixon and others -A complaint of encroachment, held over from the previous sitting of the Court. Mr J. Hardy asked for a postponement, as Mr Davidson, the surveyor, was in ill health and could not attend. Mr Cuth bert, for the defendants, Eaid he was very much afraid Mr Davidson was not in ill health. He would consent to a postponement if costs were paid. His Worship postponed the case till Monday next. T. Holman v W, Hogan-Struck out. Segrave v J. Uttmsley-Encroachment on a resi dence area at the c...

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NEW ZEALAND. SYDNEY, 13th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

NEW ZEA.LA.ND. SYDNEY, 13th February, By the steamer Auckland we have news from Auckland to the 7th inst. The Auckland petition for separation from the Southern districts has been sent to England. There are 8000 signatures attached to it. The Waikato Militia have invested £17,000 in the Auckland Savings Bank. Great mortality has occurred amongst the East coast natives (rom typhus fever. A sharp shock of an earthquake was felt at Wel lington on the 29th ult. Our Melbourne correspondent writes:-"I am in formed that Mr Cliasold may shortly bo expected back to the colony to resume his duties as polico magistrate atBallarat. Mr Foster will, it is be lieved, be removed to Donnelly's Creek, Nortlx Gipps Land." Mr William Nixon, formerly a member of the Legislative Agsambly, wa3 brought up before the Melbourne police magistrate on Monday, charged with lunacy. It appeared that Nixon had applied for medical relief to the authorities at the Melbourne Hospital, when the poor fellow's state was ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 13th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, 13th February. Sales of wheat have taken place at 8s lid per bushel. Captain Hughes, of Moonta celebrity, intends sending from England a Volunteer Challenge Cup, (value two hundred pounds), to be fired for annually.

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CIRCUIT COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

CIRCUIT COURT The Circuit Court will open in tbe District Police Court this morning, before his Honor Mr Justice Williams. '-Hie following prisoners await their trial: 1 Matthew Kelly, stealing from the person 2 George Stewart, arBon in company 3 JoliD Ilorrock, do 4 William Ogitvy, stealing from the person 5 John alias Dennis Carey, do 0 Jonathan Maloney, indecent nsoault 7 George Crombie, stealing tobacco 8 Julia Johnson, stealing a cheque 9 John Jenney, false pretences 10 John Powtr, stealing in a dwelling 11 Henry Beeeham, highway robbery under arms 12 William Uobcrts alias Cully, do do 13 William Williams alias M'Donald, forgery and uttering 14 Jelm Blaukwell, stealing a watch, See. 15 James Smith, burglary 10 John Williams alias Charles Hewitt alias Chokum Charley, assault and robbery 17 Sarah lvtlly, stealing from the person BAIL CASES. 18 Thomas Byrnes, abduction 19 Margaret Frazer, stealing in a dwelling 20 John Griffiths, arson at the Cross KeyB Hotel, Soldiers' Hill.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

MINING INTELLIGENCE. Ia the share market on Monday there was a full business done, the greatest demand being for St. George, City o£ Manchester, and Albion scrip. In the latter part of the day there was a great demand for Ballarat Quartz (Stieglitr), which rose irom £110 to £125 for a full share, or sis scrip. The following are the leading quotations at which sales have been eiTected:-Oily of Manchester, £180 to £188, and for a half share, £100; Leigh Grand Junction, £155; B*ud of Hope, £128; Uallarat Quartz, £110; Enfield, £117; St Georee. £61 to £70; Koh i-Noor, £50, £51; Great Extended, £37 10s, £38; Golden Horn, £33, £34; Specimen Hill No. 2 couth, £30; Nelson, £24; Prince Alfred, £23, £24; Albion, £19, £19 103, £20; Lord Palmer stou, £4 10a; Cambrian, Malmsbury, £3 15s, £3 17a 6,!; do, paid up, £8; Premier, £1 7s 6J, £1 8s. There were buyers of Essex at £95, sellers asking £100. In the Warden's Court on Monday, the Prince of Wales Company's application for the water-race of Por...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SYDNEY, 13th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. [Br ELECTKIC TELEOEAPH."] SYDNEY, 13th February. The Auckland, Bteamer, from Auckland, brings dates to 7tU February. The Wanganui rebels lacerated our dead and wounded in the late skirmishes in the most horrible manner. Scarlet fever was raging in Wellington. Reinforcements were ordered to WaDganui. General Cameron's despatch states that 70 rebels were killed at Wanganui. William Thompson surrendered to Brigadier General Carey, on the Gth inst.

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LATE EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

LATE EXTRACTS. An Egyptian paper of 3rd January says that the Malta aud Alexandria Telegraph Company have.de termincd on Bending abrond women insteud of men to work the Telegraph. The journal from which we quote, questions the wisdom of this resolution. The steamship Pennsylvania, belonging to the Na tional Steamship Company of Liverpool, took fire in the harbor of Alexandria on the night of the 28th December, By dint of great exertions on th2 part of the British residents, aided by the British man of war, Caradoc, the French man-of-war, Pedrix, aud the men, boats and engines of the various ships in the harbor, the fire was extinguished with the loss of about 500 bales of cotton. Captain Grogan of tho Pennsylvania, and Archer of the St. Lawrence, barely escaped with their lives, having been taken insensible out of the hold, whither they had gone to discover the origin of the fire. The annual meeting ol the shareholders of the Alexandria and Eimle Kailway Company wtB held at Alexandr...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, 13th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

NEW SOUTII WALES. STDNEY, 13th February. The A. S. N. Company'a steamer Alexandra will go to King George's Sound next month with the South Australian European mail. She will sail for Melbourne en route on Wednesday next. An attempt is being made to play an inter-colo nial cricket match whilst the Melbourne team is here. The Express from Mauritius brings 39G2 bags of sugar. The Barwon arrived this morning, and sailed for Newcastle at 8 o'clock. Arrived -B»rwon (s.) from Melbourne ; Lady Youug from Otago; Auckland (s.) from Auckland.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PER GREVILLE AND BIRD, REUTER'3 AGENTS.] VICTORIA. KYNETON, 13th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. [PEII GEEVILLB AND BIRD, REUTER'3 AGENTS.1 VICTORIA. KYNETON, 13 TIL February. On Saturday evening, a highway robbery of a very serious character took place within about half a-mile of the American Steam Saw-mills, Mount Macedon, near Woodend. Mr 0. G. Armstrong, the proprietor of those mills, had been in Kyneton dur ing the day, and drew from the Bank of New South Wales a considerable sum of money with which to | pay the wages at the mills. lie went by the twelve o'clock train fratn Sandhurst to Woodend, He had £197 some odd shillings in an ordinary striped jean bag, such as bankers use. The money was partly in notes, a very small portion only was in silver. On arriving at Woodend Mr Armstrong started to walk to the mills, but did not arrive there. On Sunday morning he was found by a woman who lives in a hut about hall a mile from tho mills, lying on the road, at about a hundred yards distant lrom tho hut. The woman had gone out to fill ...

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POLICE. EASTERN COURT. Monday, 13th February. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 14 February 1865

POLICE. EASTERN COUKT. Monday, 13Ih February. (Before the Police Magistrate.) DRUNKENNESS.-Patrick Coffey, in custody for Having been drunk, was discharged, as he had been locked up since Saturday night. John Close and Itichard Harvey pleaded guilty to a similar offence and were also discharged; the latter, on the recom. inendation of the 13encli, put 5s in the poor box. YOUTHFUL PUGILISTS-Alexander Maxwell and Ed. Charlton, two youths about fifteen years of age, were charged with fighting in the street on Friday night opposite the Charlie Napier Theatre. A ring had been formed, and there was a regular Etand-up fight between the boys who were known to the police as disorderly characters. Maxwell had been before the Court some time ago on a charge of highway robbery in company. Charlton had been apprehended at the time of the fight, but Maxwell succeeded in getting away and gave himself up that morning. Charlton, as he had been locked Hp since Friday, was discharged, and Maxwell waB ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CIRCUIT COURT. Tuesday, 14th February. (Before his Honor Mr Justice Williams and Common Juries; Mr Nolan prosecuting for the Crown.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 February 1865

CIRCUIT COURT. Tuesday, 14ih February. (Before bis Honor Mr Juetice Williams and Common Juries; Mr Nolan prosecuting (or the Crown.) THE CRESWICIC ROAD ROBBERY.-Henry Beicham and William Roberts, young men, each about 25 years of age, pleaded guilty of the highway robbery upon the person of Mr Nicholson, on the Creswick road. Thc-y had been convicted of offences before, Rnd were now BcntenceJ to six years each on the roads, the first your in irons. THE ROBBER*- OF Mk FLEISCHIIACER.- William Roberts, one of the men v.-lso was sentenced in the last case, pleaded guilty of the highway robbery under arms of Mr Fleischhauer on the 10th of De cember last.-Sentence, six yeara on the roads, the first year in iron?, the ecntcr.cc to commence at the expiry of the previous sentence. Another chargc against the prisoner was withdrawn. HOUSEBREAKING AT CltESWlCK.-Jams Smith a bald-headed old man, pbout GO years of age, pleaded guilty of having committed a burglary in the house of a Mr Hockina at ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEYAN BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 February 1865

WESLEY AN BAZAAR, The bazaar in aid of the funds ol the Lydiaril street Wesley an Church was opened on Tuesday afternoon in the Mechanics' Institute, under the most favorable auspices. The debt upon the church, to relieve which the bazaar has been designed, at present amounts to something over .£1600, and it io expected, should the efloris ol the committee be seuouded, that this amount will be lessened by ut least £'600 or £700. The bazaar was formally opened shortly before three o'ciock in the alternoou by the llev; J. S. Waugh, who in a few appropriate remarks referred to the financial condition of the church, and the efforts of those who hail been in strumental in getting up the baz iar, A large num ber of visitors were then in the hall, and the stalls having been all arranged, business was commaneed forthwith. The stalls on each side were well filled with fancy goods, both uaaful and ornamental, tlio centre being occupied with flowers and shrubs, while the walls wero covered wit...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURT BUSINESS IN THE SMYTHESDALE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 February 1865

COURT BUSINESS IN THE SMYTHESDALE DISTRICT. The following is the list of causes set down for hearing at the County Court sittings to commence oil Thursday, the 16t.li inst.: Under £20.-2, Begley v Kemp ; 3, Laughlin v Wilson and another; 4, Walton v Maxey; 5, JJailey v Wilson; G, Green v Watkins ; 7, Clemenson v Boyd; 9, Stewart v Allison; 10, Bame v Freeth; II, Shire Council of Hainpden v Lewis ; 12, Bailey v Hudson and others; 13, Saenger and another v Ben nett; 11, same v Bruce; 15, same v Baird ; 1G, same v Kuflle; 19, Ah Sue v Lee Poy and another; 20, same v Kitson; 22, same v Long Hen and others; 23, Last v Aisbet ; 27, Saenger and another v M'Mullen; 29, same v Morrison; 29, same v Worley; 31, same v Walton; 32, same v Garlic; 33, same v Cameron; 34, same v Bell; 35, same v M/Dougall; 36, same v Tainsh; 38, same v Parker; 39, same vPooley; 4o, S!ime v Trovaiiioo; 42, same v Smith; 45, canto v Hiscott; 4U, same v Peters; 47, same v Treble cock; 4S, same v Pomeroy; 50, same v B...

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR. "FRITH'S DERBY DAY." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 February 1865

. LETTER TO THE EDITOR. "FRITH'S DERBY DAY." SIR,-A picture is now being exhibited at Mr Baud's gallery, which professes to be Frith's ori ginal picture cf the Derby Day. How can it be the original picture when we are told that the original picture wag bequeathed to the nation by the late Jacob Bell, Esq ? Perhaps Mr Uaird, or the gen tleman who came over with the picture, will be good enough to explain, and at the same time inform the public, in the event of its being the original, who derives the advantage of the speculation, the Go vernment or private adventurers ; and if a copy, .f ? who is answerable for the deception practised on the community. 1 remain. &c., 13allarat, 14th February. ENQUIUER. It appears that Daylesford possesses a donkey, and that the p&tieac animal, after long enduring the persecution of the boys of the township, revenged himself upon the whole class of his tormentors by the following treatment (as reported in the Express) of a representativ...

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SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Star — 15 February 1865

SALE OF CKOWN LAND:?. A sale of Crown Lands in fee simple was held at Ballarat, on Tuesday. In the following particulars it is to be noticed that except when otherwise men tioned all the lots were suld at upset price: - TOWN LOTS. BALLARAT, COUNTY OF GItENVlLLE, TAUISH OF BAL LAH AT. Situated in Armstrong street, near Eyro street. Upset price £75 per acre. Allot 11 A,sec 8, 11 8-10p; improvements valued at £180. Thomas Wright. Situated in the Creswiek road. Upset price £75 per acre. Allot 3, tec A 6, lr 1 G-10p; improvements valued at £120. J. C. Telford. Situated in Ascot street, between Sturt and Dana streets. Upset pr;ee £125 per acre. Allot 28, sec 46, 20p; improvements valued at £200, David Pearson. Allot 29, sec 46, 20p; improvements valued at £125. No olfer. Allot 30, sec 46, 20p; improvements valued at £125. ' No offer. Allot 31, sec 4G,-20n; improvements valued at £120. G. H. Abraham. Allot 32, sec 46, 20p; improvements valued at £140. \V. S. Kemp. Allot 33, sec 4G, 20p; im...

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