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BENALLA DIRECTORY. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
I::: EN'AL DIREOTORY." CouRI OFr P'TTY SESSIO?s. Wm. Piper, Esq., P.M., Benalla Riohord Perry;l'Lcq,, oBnalla W\Vi. MI'Kellar, lEq., Lim . Richard I-Heath,Esq., Bonall . e- obort.Dl'SeanK,:Esq., ilfora . George Sharpo, Esq., BlenoIla d IEdward C., Duun, Esq., Ilatandra Tm. Henry Lewis, eq.,.Pine Lodge, Shopper ton "
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
POST: OFFICE, B ENALbA. AaiIVAL AND "DPoriTURE OF 3AHLS &O. trails arriveo From Melbourne, and post towns by wa y o Melbourne, daily (Motindays excepted), at 4.45 n,m. Intermediate post towns, viz., Donnybrook, Wallan Wallan, Kilmoire, Broadford, Tallarook, Seymour, Avenel, Lonrwood'&n. (including the correspdodenco from Mansfield, Merton, Alex. andra, Jamieson &c.), at 4.45 an.m. Winton, lVangarattn, and ' I3eechworth (in cluding letters from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxloy, El lDorado, Bucklnnd, Yackandandah, Wahgun yah. ltutherglen, Chilteru, Alhury, &c.. whlenee no direct mails are renciwed), daily (Sundays cxcepted), at 11.30 n.m. Major Plains, Yabba Yabthe Station, Eatan drn, Cobram, and Ysrrawonga do, Mopdays, at 10.30 a.m. Sheppartan, Pine Lodge Station, Goweu gardie anld Benalla do, Mondays, at 7.30 p.m. Mails close For Melbourne, and places vi. Melbourne, daily (Sundays excepted), at 11.20 a.m. Intermediate post towns, viz., Violet To wn ,Enron, L...
BENALLA STOCK REPORT. Fat Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
DEW I ?ri?al .. STOCK? 0OR. I-: Fat Cattle Pullhcke: "" - 00 .. t £10 0 0 Cowes" , . 5' 0 0 7, 0. 0I : et?O - 0.... ,. 0 0 00 10 0 Wetherc and El tothA. . - 0 0 0 0 >.l'.iwe to tooth 2t 4 tooth a a 0,A:_0 0" The" hllob eso trannatcted during the past iveok hoh b en of nti uoinaportat chiariater;,ind prlbes have not undergonie anily hlteration, WVe quote 1Flour,}etoi .. :...o £S0 ' 0 te 13 If10 0 .rottoe's, dod.. :.60 0 '8 0.'0 lheat; per biisihel .. 0 5 0 ._0 5, 3 " Oatq,, i 0. .5 3` 0.:'5 (i Pollrd; do ..1 . 0 1 6 Butterper lib 0 1 `0 0 2 0 hiecotoi, do ... O i0 1.0 0 100 * ed 0 1 0 e 0 'n1'
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
MELBOURNE PP.ODUCE MlARKlET.T :"; M ?Cw a'nd Anohaer reoporT for.; the weok endilg 14th July, 1860 : AIn Andtivredemand for good a'eoan iamnglci dof nofiliing :'wfiate ibioh orra wdrth from 6o to ?+' d 'in oaonseqence aof ?oplhes coming forward very sparingly, thr i , is bdut,:tile ,huiiness donine Lairgo parcels ould be taken up:at our quotr Lions. SFlor is "?oi altered ini v'lus since our lasto; ,hesst ilkldrees d is worth f om £13 5 to £13 10s. For feeding grains there is good inquiry; 'dis piloed of about 1,000. hags New Zealand otto to dayatpricea ranging from 4s 21 to 4s 31d, and -purchasersaerivrcd a dlisposition to take lorao quantities at thlse iates. :'For some superior, :nample: o 'Tumanian have obtained as high as M:altin? barley is in fair demand at our quo lations of 5s 9d to ls for. clean samples; for a parcel of 1,200 bulhels, sold as per bulk, all fault:, only 4d ld was realised. " " Cape worth ftrom 4s 4. to 4s 6d. Peoted butter is searcely so firm as Iost week. SC...
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
. AGRIOULTURE.,; &o. (Frenait ?,TR Te ooreIresT.") The flour merket' remeind onchriiged ; lolders. having but emnill stockse'in' ind,.?re' disinclined to operate, and. no'tintanctions of any extent have boon reported. For good branlds £14 is still the ruling figuroe although £13'10s has been the invoice price for the greater quantity die. posed of during the week. Wheats are coming forward very slowly, and 6e to Ga 3d is readily obtained for good minilling samples; there is a geol demcind for'thlis grain, our mills being hbu scantily supplied. Oats are also very brisk, anl have changed hands at' 4s 2d to 4s 4d. f r feed purposes; soee oats are worth a trifle more, say 4, 7d. Maize is not so much"in.request, and is quoted at 4s 3d to 4s 41. Our housokeepers still continue to. cry out against the exoessivoly high rates they are called upon to pay for dairy produce, and imagine that, after" so much rain, our cows ought at once to increase their yield, and qurstores be crammed f...
MY NEW VELOCIPEDE. In Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
MY NEW VELOOIPEDE.' In Meolbourne. SMiss Bella Brown and I agreed, That we would go and try the speed, Of my hran-now velncipele ; At the Melbourno cricket aceos. So off we started Ill a crack, Fitting csely bhanck to back, And picklin out the cleanest track, To the Meolboerne cricket races. Oh I it was awful jolly, Though some folks call it folly, Ten miles an hour and no horsepower Oh I yes, it was awful jolly I But soon our woes caime crowding round, For when we .onched the'cricket ground, T heo sports were all postponed, we found, -'On theMolbirll ?ioeire eioet rsce? cod& re. The .rain was coming down like fan, The hompward panic hfad begun, For the pavilion lots did run, 'On the Molhourne cricket race cenrso. . But you should have scon th!s fella, Sitting with Mhis Bell, Vo'osinodo in quarter speed, Beneath an umbrella; Says I, nas homeward we did go, aShe's very hard to work, you know I" -As the pielpiration down did flow, On the Melbourne cricket raccourse. Miss Bella...
MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, July 14. ADJOURNED SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
MArSFIELD STIRE COUNOIL. SWednesday, July 14. AnJOw?nE SPECL, .fEETIS\. 'Present--Tho President (in tho clmir), andr Crs. Carlisle, ll'Iillan, and Ialdry. -By'way-of oponlng the proceedings tlihe Tr sidont asked tho'Secretary if the voters' roll was ready for inspection. oThe Secretary stated' that it was not. Tile President then reminded the Council that this meeting had been called for the especial purposo of approving of the list prior to its being opened for inspection. Hoe thought that although thiiswas the day for the Revision Court to be held, it was within the meaning of the Act to hold it on the 24th inst. He also called attention to the fact that the See rotary did not make his'* ppearance at the Court on that mrorning, in consequence of which, there was no other alternative but the ono he suggested. It was necessasy that a noticoe should be issued in the local paper. The President then moved that the Secretary be instructed to advertise the usual notice. in the next issue...
MANSFIELD STOCK REPORT. July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
; MANSFIELD SiTOOK. REPORT' i.. "Juy "j6: lrDuff furnishe us: with the followvig as1the lr Oiatle Ilullocks, LO oES *ow',-L5 to LU l6. a-t Shcop-Cross-lreds- 14s'to 15s ;meri eobes, 7s. to 8J. :GOoo 'storo cattle, smll Inots, ioL Rac e raworth tDI;-gool store iethereoga. WAastArrA Juily It. Thoemearets' hi oaemost reminlnel dnclicafoo Slnacoi our toheo'!?poipt ',The followsmo nre the qurationsto - loit, per too ' ...£0 0 0 to r13 0 0 'Pollard .do ." 0 0 0 0 1 ,1 ePottee tberto o' 0 0 9 0 0 Pots t? ? ' to ..* O 0 0 97 0 0 i:7utter (fresh)0` 0:;"i' 0: " : oDo (ptted):,, '.*' - '. .-0-'.0. "0 0 6 ,leg s per- lo - 0 0?? , O. : adonseerl ..e.?' 0? 0 0 10 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
* IMPO UNDINGS. A LEX SNDRA--Impounded kI Alexandra lion horse, threoe white fec,- sttr, lll on, like 80 near Ehrulderr Bay hors',, saddlo and ro'lor mnarked, star, '1l n. ar haoul ler. blotch off ri!te Chesnut horse, star and snip. like M\ over3 over C3 no: r shoulder, TI off shoulder alny mare, b'aze, off hint fLro white, 10 neanr ashouldler Bay horse, sore back. S 1.B near shoulder Black horse, star, off hind fott hbite, illegible brand near shoulder, \\'K off shoulder Bay horre, blaze, near hand foot white, \Y near shoulder Bay horse, P over T over T.J near shoulder lion-grey horse, star, like A1 In circle near shoulder Byj horse, T in diamond near shoulder Bay manre,star, hind feet white, 0110 conjoined near ehculder, 5 off shoulder Bag marc, star. hind feet white, P near shoulder, SS off shoul'er . ' Brown mnre, 111 over II near shoulder Bay mare, ST near shoulder Bay pony mrre, tetr, shd, no viilble brand Bay horse, hind feet white, strip on face, illegible brand ne:r shoulde...
RHAPSODIES BY MOONLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
RHAPSODIES D Y IIOONLTG FIHT. '-Br Ai- OLD OWI.., CiiChest Didna, how. lonve I offended Iltee ? How I have I provoked' tho ire of ti'ly -nympy s? aItim thrienlnel with the fa.te1 of Aelteon because I have da od to recaimm n)' mainiden ladies as gord collaborateurs. Thli is the :head of my offeading; yoe, knowirg the.relentlies cnorgy of old maills when actuated by envy or.. malice, I tremble ! I have befcre me an oft-visitod seene by the banks of Nemi, hard by Genz nc.. I see Ilhe tremblihig, Collista and her envious sisters. Callista was the loveliest of tlhe train, and yet her stolen meeting with Nuinn aroused the spite of .thie sistthood-ibor .delicate and graceful frame Was me'anmo phoged into the ungainly figu'e of a ber and placed am'ntgst the stars, n terrible warning to men and woinen to avoid tlie most awful part of the maledicti' n of Ev-the old maid's epiteful tongute.n-,I lwever, they miy rail againet ent as they wi i ";'Tlie vendetta betwren my race andl them is well ni...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
J3ENALLA ROAD "BOARD. Election -Notice. OTIOE is hereby glyron,thot the ELECTION for TWO MfEMBERSf of this ?oard- in theoplanc of Robert Roe rnd William lntginnoBs (who retire by rotation). will be bold at the Offllico of the Board, Bridge-street, Benalla, on THURSDAY, Trn 12H DAY orF' AUGUST next. And Ihereby give -further notice that all Oandidites.for such Election are hereby required to give in their Nomination Papers, directed to the Roturning gOficer, at the Uflico of the Road Board, not lens than Four'uor more than Seven days from the date hereof. GEO. SHARPE, I oturning Officer. Dated thisS23rd day of July, 1860. Saturday,.. July. 31. BOG ER: D WATTS hAVE received Instructions from the Io he spector of Police, to' Sell by Auction, at P O i'][ O.E I BAI f.R A0'KS',,. Benislli, on the above dte, 3 carts, lý set dray harness, 2 sets spring cart harno'e, 0 sadiles, l largeo waterr cask, and a "miscellaneous collection of ironmongery and oaddi cry. SALE AT TWYELVE O'C0LOOK. Immed...
MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
MANSFIELD. Fno-t TaE tuu PNDEPENDT." Judging from an interview which took place: at the conclusion of tho County Court- busi ness between Mri Coster and His.Honour Judge Hnckett, there is every probability: of the General Sessions Court bleing removed from Jamieson to-Miansfield 'T'ho inhabitnnts of this district ought to. fol greatly'indebted to Mri Coster for interesting. lhimself in the matter. That gentleman pointed out the exigency. for. holdirig all' tl? courts in Mail. field, and. mentioned that litigants from Alexandra were obliged to go a long distance '-to Kilmore-to engage in cases of appeal, whereas if the courts were hold at nansfield, manny other towns would: realisoe a benefit. His tiinotir made the remark that at Jamie son there was a gaol, which was much in its favour. ' This objection, though, is a. very flimsy one, as the gaol at Jamieson Is a dilapi dated and unsuitable structure. However, His Hunour promised to use his influence: It is likely that a .numarously-...
GOVERNMENT V. LOCAL ROAD MAKING. To the Editor of the Benalla Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
GOOVERN.1ENT LOCAL 'ROAD TRAKING Sir, -h ino diusionled at the state of" ouir aioiam thiorotighfero loads mo into a comparison of the relatiro merits of; thfe to sy?iteai of road mnagemont-tho local (as represented by oar Roal Board fand. Shirm Counoil) and rh'oother Sby the general saporvicion of thIe Govormoii nt, and tho coanclislon I arrive at.is in favour of the latter. Lat any seoptm riccruompny me from ) Kilmtrei to Wangaratta, and ho will. I:foel' n:. 1 sured, admitholie 'oindnias of my' concluion. Never was tlheirod in'so shameful a stato-hore the pitchers on tho top, thoro the metal of such a size as to'lreclude the idea if ~ifhiving booeen broken, ;and yonder none ait nllit'taving disap. a peared under .the. abrading. intloenco of tile traiflic. Betweeon' logwood and Euroa?'a'lluge Schasm exists, wide enough to hold a whole nation a of Lilliputiane. Any one. acquainted with this ro'id seven or eiht yeors ago must, admit that the ?male portions wer.. thon immeasurnbly supe...
MANSFIELD COUNTY COURT. Thursday, July 15. (Before His Honour Judge Hackett.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
D ?O;: i UNT' Y COURT. Thursday, July 15. (B fore ll Ilonour Judge Ilarickett.) SStruck .Ot-J)undas etDownoy, E. Martin V Otorgo Pipps,"ime v-tJohtn Pippin, ame ii Arthur Pilpiq, ssmno" Lak'o ? some.ov Coughlin, same v Jackson; 'Player and Kitchen v Consi. 'dine, oame v M'Millan, Baldry v 'Fytne, Moors t 'Aylward..'.' I - r Settled-E: Matin v Aylward, soame Wright; Baldry v Aylward. No appear~nce--Moorey. Fynn, and same d "Aylward-In bot.h thole cases there was no ap 'poenrnce, and[oists were allowed. Moors a Fraser-Thla' was an action for X7 '129, amount fir goods sold and delivered. M* r loater, whb onppeared for defendant, sail the debt and delivery of the goods was admitted, lint that he wduld call evidence as to the manner of payment, tand produced a saohoff, a copy of whichlhad beet supplied.tp the plaintiff, for £8 8s. .This amount, It ?ppearod, was due to do. fentdant for thasorvices of his daughter while in the employ of_ loors. - t Plaintiff sasoe thie ol jctiotn to the so...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
Benalla Ensign BENALLA FRIDAY, JULY' '23, 1869. &nbsp; Diamonds! What a charm the very sound of the word conveys Who has not noticed the rush made for shares in tho newly-projected company lately so successfully launched in. Melbourne for the purpose of mining for diamonds at Mudgee, in New South Wales- the place which has been made so famous by reason of the doings of THUNDERBOLT and his compeers in the crime of bushranging? Who ever thought that Mudgee would become famous for anything else? But it has, and the new idea is--nothing less than diamonds. Now, why should Victorians go to New South 'Wales to look for precious gems when they are to be had for the searching at our own door? Is it because "distance adds enhancement to the view," or that the existence of &nbsp; &nbsp; these gems in our very midst has hitherto been a sealed book to us ? But we will state the facts. From, the tailings of the gold. mines at &nbsp; present in existence oat ...
MELBOURNE. July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
(rnoac oust owx. coRaRsrOaanD r .) July 21. The woather for the last fow days has been singularly cold, the' mornings quito frosty, reminding one of the old country. Matters political are very quiet, tile Oppo sition party appearing to be quito broken up: Mr. Fellows has apparently given the leader ship into tholhands of Duffy, who has managed to estrange almost every one from his side ox cept his faithful henchman "Larry Burke." The diffieult' with Ministers appears to be their friends m the corner, who are the chief iind almost solo cause in the delay about the Land Bill. It is evident that the Government do not intend to move in the North-Eastern lRailway business until the Land Bill is settled. Nothing has been done in the way of flling the vacant offices, iahd they. are still a tempt ing bait held out for those who will.do' their duty properly. It is rumoured that Graham Berry has strong hopes of being the coming man for the Commissionership of Railways. The commitloo appointed...