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Wednesday, May 18. (Before Dr Heath.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
Wcdnoeaday, y ay 18. (Before Dr Heath.), 'Nathaniel Glilfard, for furiously riding through, the streets, on the 10th inat, wa fined £L aud. Os Od costs. Tho second reading of the 8cab Bill was carried in the Legislatlve Coouncil oA Tuesday, without? a division. T.wdoty.oight.clauso$ woro. thoe., dealt with. in committee, 3 and 11; boing poet.. poned. Rain has fallen in Adelaide, and learn for, tlhp water supply have now, been, removed,.
APPEALS AGAINST THE RATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
APPEALS AGAINST THI RATE.. James Taylor, on account of his recent loi. by fire, applied to be struck off.the rate book this year. Application granted. James Doherty, asking to reduce his ase sessment.' Reduced to £27 foir house and land. From DT. Farrell, Samaria, calling atten. tion to t nilatiike in his assessment ibr land in Samaria and Benalla. Cr Redding said it was a mistake of per sons by the valuator. Reduced accoilingly. Gabriel Church, owning 120 acres pur chased, and 150 acres of leased land, applied to be reduced to £50 per annum valuation; Granted.?; '·.?: . Robert Rutherford, informing the Council that he had beeoon charged for more land than he had purchased, and that he had only 5,401 acres; another mistake of the valuator's or seoretary's, and it was decided to inquire into the matter. Alexander Buchanan, applying for a re. duction in his rates, as he had beea raiBed.1 Reduced to £2 10s Od.." . , Es--E Hi;"Vna-?rtn, , -iir~l hin Cg- ouncil, that :he had "paid rates'...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, May 18. Present, the President, and Ors Hoskin, Sullivan; Redding, Boger, Simeon,; Guppy, and Rod. The -minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. onn?REsoroexEE. From Dr Heath, reporting on Mrs Perry's illness. Or' Redding moved that the doctor dis continue his attendance, which Or Roe seconded. A disoussionatook place withi reference to. the doctor attending these cases in future; and it was decided, on the motion of the President, seconded by Cr. Hoskin, that.10s per week be allowed her for- another fort night, the doctor to attend her in the mean time if necessary. - - From Duncan Grant, applying for an extension of time on his contract at Shean's Gully, owing to bad weather. ' Granted. .,.From John Liston, oomplaininig.tliat the. Seordtirv was, sending the,'piintihgrriequired by the Council'to Molbourne, in opposition to a resolution of the, Board. Referred to a committee of the whole Coun cil at 1 o'clock. on next Board day.. . Cr Ro...
WICH IZ BOS? 2 thee edditur ov the Binallur ensine. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
,WICII IZ BOS? 2 thee edditrc ot the liinallur engine. Zur,-A' went iu hero the Redo Bored chaps theo uther da thee ollan az is, tryin too dryve ourT'rynturz dyvvul outof theo villij-i dlddduit A' lan at thee pitchl in n the gott tha zoomed no if the woz nokt in 2 a kokt at thoe zekketre gott itot but or Eso 2 monne forr the kownzslurs an the purtonded nott 2 no az ow E woz twistan ovr aum round iz fyngur poocr fellaz prapz tha doant no anne bettur forr cum ov umnaynt verree brite an didduut on on how thee zekkatre woa triin e2 t bos noted ov tha myoetur zharrp an mysetur rod inn any zoomed 2.zo itt butt thee membur forr thee rylo and thoe Root woo forr omuglin or itt up inn zokrit wloh wozuntrito koz itt ort 2 b dun inn dalito mi. olod oomanwon I tolod ur zez a' ort 2t b inn, thoo bored koz a'' woodunt loet um doe zi~l thyuge but az.a' zaz 2 ur a' aynt Eddykatid conuf wal z:z ozlme youve gotter toat an won lokbzhun tymo cumz.yu.putt inn zum boddeo nz ull doo thyngo abuv bored an no...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
it - 11IMPOUNDINGS. IIIaLTERN--Impounded at Chiltoru, 9gth I April ' n yhite 'yearli huuilfer, blotch like FB near rump To be sold on 1st June.? d KILMOILE--Impounded at lilmore, 21st g , " April - Brown horse, long tail, off coronet white,: over B near shoulder Bay filly, star, near. hind foot white, 2 near shoulder:- .. t 'o be sold ou'25th Mday,' a ILIMO1RE-lt mpounded iat"; Klilmoro; 20th Si ' April. - . - - SChesnut horse, blazo face, P off shoulder s Bay more, star and snip, B horizontally ofl shoulder, like JIO near shoulder To be sold on 25th M1ay. I~iMORKl-Imnpound'ddl at Kilmore, 28th April ..' lay mgro, star and snip, hind foot whiteo, rope on neck, np ylobblo btand : ' " On 3rd May. White poley heifpr, ear ikpod,-no visible brand To be'sold no lot Juno, -ILO310E-Impoundod at Kilmoro, 6th Mlay Bay colt, long tail, A.neoar shoulder . Bay mare, star, off hind foot white, BO over dia mend near bhoulder,' dhiond off neck To be sold on 8th June. ONOWOOD-Impounded at L4ongilood...
BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
BR[ITISfH EXTRACTS.. A new mail ronstio iAistrlia is about to .be established, eid San Francisco, and there i sonim talk ofa fortnightly mail becoming an accomipllished :fact'within a'few weiiks;.l A now flag has been desianed for the Vic-, .oi innyntercantilo Inavy, atlhe suggcation ot.I ,tI , Admairality. .On Marchi (Mr.0,Crdwell introduced the Army Estimates, slhowing a decrease on the .,nlnual hlinige of .£1.183,500. r.Various re .ductions were proposed, the most startling to I.eilitary men being a scli6iii'ffor doing away ailtogellter with onsigns and cornets, in .iolving a fistsstop .tow6 rds ,tio .abolitioniof lie puroliazo system. This lias since been .albnladoned:,io.i ot ift r i;;' 1 :" . Tile cultivation .of tobacco lin Ireland hlis b-on mooted, buttlie Chancellor of the Ex chequer ;il n'ot'texpriess himself favourably .towards the prjeer. ,-'3E ,i -.'. ,: Sir.W.-Russell,-Bart, M.P.. for Norwich, 1has madl, his appearance in ,the'Bankruptcy .Court; this loaves Nor icli wi...
BRITISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
S BRITISH.EXTRACTS. J":'At tho' ecent Mlullingar Astizes'n vwoman was convicted of writing a threatening latter, and .was sentenced to five years' penal seryi tudo. The widow of Auguste Comt6 has applied to the legal tribunals of Paris to annul the will of her husband, and states that inl his last days the" great Positivist abandoned all his old doctrines. A man coinmitted suicide on March 20, by throwing himself from one of the towers of Notre Dame, at ,Paris. He fell on his head, and his brains were dashed out on the pavement. The Fenians in New York have been pre paring for their Congress. The King of Prussia has abolished a long standing Hanoverian law, which forbade the opening of theatres on 'the eve of Sundays and fite days. Tne North-German Parliament has abol ished capital punishment by a vote of 118 to 81. Marshal Prim has been. pelted with stones in the streets of Madrid by a crowd, wht in angry cries expressed their disapproval of the conscription. It is stated to' bi th...
THE SMYTHESDALE MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
THE SMYTHIESDALE MURDER.:' :The allUrat"itar furioehhs , the.' following additional: particulars of the horrible omurder porpetrated at Smythesiale on Saturday :-On Sunday week both the husband and wife attended thelr place of worship, the local Presbyterian Churob, and the husband wont to his work for the next two or three days, but onThuroday and Friday he. seemed -disinclinedl to work. ."On Saturday. morningi h rosoe .a little earlier than usual, and had on' a fire; Mrs Cameron, with a little "daughter :13 years' of ,ago and aoyounger child, were also upp;&lt;tho young mari was in bed. H16 heard the cry of hismothor for him to'cobmoup fost, and he inistantly, rose, under a vague appro h'ousion that: his father was attempting' to do himself some harm, Hethoun heard several 'cries. Before' the 'young man-reaoched the adjoining room, however, the fatal deed: was' done. 'The father had laid hold of the mother, and inflicted a: deep gash in' the right sideo of h'oer neck'and t...
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 7. (Before Messrs Rowe and Smith.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
SMANSFIELD -POLICE COURT. L. Saturday, May 7.1 (Before Messrs 1owe and Smith.) Isabella hi'Neil v' H. Dunstor-That he did indirectly, as poundkeopor, purchase'o one black filly, the property of Isabella M'Neil. lir O'Leary for plaintlff. In this case the Bench were unable to decide, as they could not agree. o Some v Same-Illegally detalning one black filly, the property o! Isabella MINeil, value '"8; Postponed till the 14th inot. (to-day). Police v W. Fairhead-Alldwlng disorderly conduct in his licensed house on the let inst. - •Mr O'Leary, for the defence, urged that as,the police could not prove the house to be licensed, the charge must fill to the ground.. The IBench held the objection to bo fatal, and dismissed the case. Same v Same-Allowing gambling-to wit, throwing dice-in his licensed house on the le nr? O'Leary raised a similar objectionas in the last care. b The police then put the treasurer of the shire in the box to prove the license.I He, howser, could 'bnly speak from'm...
LATEST NEWS. (PER GREVILLE TELEGRAM COMPANY.) MELBOURNE, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
LATESTiN EWS. (By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (Pen Gi VILLai TsmLoRAK COMrNx.) MsRnounxE, Mlay 19. At the inquest On Walsh, Mr. Smith denied having spoken to Supple for the past soven yoears, and had never written anything about him. Summorhavyes proved tbh arrest of prisoner. Dr. Maloney made the post-mnorlees examination. Thio ball had ponotrated the largo intestine. The inquest was, adjourned till W .edn yda ., I. k . . A subscription has boon started for the widow of Walsh.;' One man'collected £87 to. day. In, the Assembly M.r. Longmoro resumed tho debateq~ o says thoe lat Government wore turnaed out, 4nt on th ir oti intiisedibt -ieaiuo thie?, anted to got.a, good prico for the land. The debate is proceeding. The' Cocil is ian committee on the Scab Bill Both Houses:adjourn :to-night ;till Wednes day. _~ :..,. Loggatt, Noonan, and 0'Grady have till noon to-morrow to accopt whole railway con tract at Engineer-in-Chief's estimato.
LAND SALE AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
LAND SALE AT BENALLA. A sale of Crown lands in fee-simple was held at the District Survey Office, Benalla, on Tuesday, last, Mr Boger officiating, as auctioneer. There. was but a very meagre attendance, and no com- petition. Particulars are appended :- TOWN LOTS &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Jamieson, county unnamed, parish of Jamie-. son, at the site of Mr Wm. G. Power's brewery, Allotment 31, 38 6-10p, upset price £20 per, acre (valuation £300), withdrawn. &nbsp; Seymour, county of Anglesey, parish of Sey- mour, in the township of Seymour, on the River Goulburn - Allotment 1, section T, 2r 16p, up- set price £8 per acre, £4 16s, Frank May. East lhMurchison, county unnamed, parish of Murchison, in the village of East ,Murchison, on. the River Ooulburn.-Allotmeuts L to 4, section. 8, no offer. Alexandra, county of Anglesey, parish of Alex tdra, in the township of Alexandra.-AI.. lotments t section 8, 1 section 9,.wero withdrawn.. Allotment 1, section 55, 3r 32...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
Pbisbahed Meekly. 1EN ALL-A,' FURIDAYI MAY 20, 1870. TnenE certainly seoma a fatality hanging over the North-eastern' Railway, the contracts for .the first portion of.which seem to be quite n W8ea noir to the Minlster, or thoe Engineer. in-Chief.$ Difficulty has' been piled upon difficulty all throughout, and when we had begun to hope no othlor than thoso of ngino ering remained to? be surmounted, suddenly arose another, as to lotting the contract for the execution of the works. We had formed a very high opinion' of Mr. Wrisox as a Mi nister of Railways, .but we shalll have to change it unless he alters. We in the North castern district are very touchy about our railway, and are apt to watch with a jealous eye any,. even the most remote, attempt to delay, its progress. Already weo can see the wolves' froni tlhe West ,gatlhering 'round,, anxiously watching the moment when they may bo.ablo to step in and snatch a mouthful of our railway loan and theo altogether un necessary delays tha...
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 27 May 1870
c- .AGRICULTURE? &o. (1100 'cr "TugsEedonerrn") : l -eoa?n ,report no ehange in thebreadstuffs ,.parliet.; very few trknessactbons havelbeen. neo tinSed, and those only,in.shapo,of trade parcel?. Pricc still remiain as last week, say £115e to $11 ,130Lo FTolders.faied.to disnose of any quantity`, thrneerh the auctioneer. Wheat .:i not at. all plentiful, and whi?~sb " come forward sells re?aily at. d l Od to.ap, Oats are selling;freely in ifrlng?? lot t fr~ i 3s'4cto 3' 6d; and.rotallers are rhargine 3s 9d to 4s for seed samples; .Maioe .I"rriy sieady a t s 10d. Capi barley is in atter -eqiuet then it bn den'for a long time.: buyers are living'ip, while ,naloig barley is only.re :nirirg 4s 6d to 4s 8d:.lope ar_ coming, forward .,fcenoy, both from.England and Tasmania,.prices •ueo'Ced from- s tous ld, .I4, .Weo have been figeqently uked,:which is the ic.estplant to('etablish for,a:vo fencet, Iand as frfirnently the term hedge;islueed; now,'there is ,n?i?de differeece between t...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 27 May 1870
'' 'i'* BOU J OUCB' 1ARKRT. j --M.-OAnl.wand Another .rport, for the week The bre'ads'tufr8 mir 6et h'en'Blijhlly dcclinod ninen our igte,':htj b'rahdi' of Victorian flour realisinf only, .11 "nd wheat up to 4s lltd at he sale toditdiy. A - .1 I. Oats are a hlnle fi mier, tb quntity comine .fo'WRrd 'beint inadhequaafb a d(tobupy lmniediate M iza Iie trido eria alniil 4 4l1 l'eing highest rate ofor first-clneo pnrcelsj iltposed of ; nemall Fhipmenit nidiime qliality 't'4e 714,. Masltidg" bairley--ri b .'ditspol ot sev6ral . cptrecels:,of: New kanland ;nd./Victorian the highast price realised for ibe former being 4 ;9?.t mnd the latter 4s-81 S while several lots of inferior andjmedium quality, w're sold at price? rane?gnCg fo i 3 6d 6upwardsa ' / iWo hid a special C!earing sao of gsens seeds, cloverif-c., and disposed of the mnjor po tion of consigninilit?-if li'uni at stisfacetory prices, ; quality considered.. ; * .. - SIn dairy produce we note n great duln&is. Butter and ch...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 27 May 1870
DrJ. K. M'Mnullin, wholhai bson praictising during the last: four years at .Wagaratta,.died suddenly on . Sunday ,morning. Dr 31'A.ullin sustainedt a severe fall from horseoback on Satur. day, which was followed by epilepsy,.terminating in death. At the Seymour police. court on Saturday, Ifenry Franks was committed for trial at the neit Criminal Seseionsat Kilmore for' indecent assault upon two boys, named William, Blake and Edward Kixey, aged 15 and 14 years respectively.. The evidence disclosed did oot substantiate the more serious offence with which he was at first charged, and the Beech, after a protracted hoar ing,. decided on sending him for trial on the minor charge. Bail was accepted. .Heavy rains still- continue in New South Wales. All the. low-lying grounds are again in undated, and great loss, of propesty has been occasioned. :Since the inquest.was hold. on the remains of Mrs' Ioss, and her 'murderer, COoke,' some facts have transpired which serve to show that the. former...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 27 May 1870
~TO`CORRESPOýDbNTS. ýýg1conojrnuej~aion intonnekd for .onaeelott Jiolii1JtiLfo~aededd.o thia'of//ee 'bj ledoiesday morninq, or afternoon at the la(eat. 2Vb eioniiuCeal j wDil luondr any eirCIau stances de:o til~ddJCtunlldOO autlenlicated. by the real name and address of 41w lwriter, notl 'nece :aakly: fd~or ictio~Ia. but as a jguarantee of -yood faith. 'ducrn ."--Youc~lines oe o doedlined, simply becnuno you hnvo not sent your name and 0rdsddre8LSdIfj pyoU;cqnnoa jeposo in our tou fidnco, woi; dot not feel inclined to bolioto iutlesiucerityyourn intentions. -.