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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MAREKT. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
, MELBOUnRiE PRODUCE- MARKET. M. ,1C'aw and - Another report, for the week .ending 13th July, 1870 : An active demand for good samples of wheat. Disposed of a considerable quantity of Victorian . at the sale to.day, reahlting for fair milling Sparcels, 49 11d to s ; inferior and medium bring. ..ing 4s 2d to 4a 8d. Have placed publicly and privately, since our last, some, 3.000 bushels New Zealand growth, at 4. 4d to 4di 7d, averaging all over rather better than 4s 61. Flour has not been.in such request as wheat. There is, however; a moderate amount of busi. Snes. doing, both for :home consumption and export. oeedlng grains have continued to advance during the oast week; prime samples of oats selling readily at3s 6d and onwards. We quitted some 3,000 bushels New Zealand on Monday (the principal portion of medium quality) at 2s 3d to 3s 6jd. At the sale. to-day, Victorian (very light samples) brought up to 3e 41d. Malting barley-We sold a shipment of New Zealand, some 900 bags, at an ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
At the Melbourne Criminal Sessions. on Tues day, Absolom James was charged with having committed perjury at the Police Court, Mansfield; on.the 0th of May last, in the case of the' Queen 6' v Donnelly. He was defended by Mr Gi0 P.: Smith. He swore at the police, court that he p had bought two cows from ono'John O'Brien, ut 01 that he had re-branded with'his own brand onoe C cow only. In the case for the prosecution it was alleged-he had-brandediho two cows.--blr "G;.' P Fmith, In addressing the jury for the defence, P' said he would admit the statement made by the in Crown, except that portion relating to the brand- w ing of one of the two cows. Two were branded, but only one was O'Brien's, and another one of a bh similar colour which had been purchased from at mano named Ralsto:, was branded at the same hi time. The Chief Justice interrupted M.r G. P. Smith in his speech, and said if he would persist tr in his defence and call witnesses to prove what be stated, he. (the learned jud...
THE LATE REVISION COURT. To the Editor of the Benalla Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
THE. LATE REVISION COURT. To the Editor of the Benalla Ensign, Mr Editor,-I doii't know if I can ;do it, but I will try to explain what I mean.. I went.to the Shiie' Couriit dn Tuesday last to see if my name was on the list all right, and then stayed a while in the room to see what was doing.' And to tell you the truth, I was very muoh astonished to hear the President (Mr Bharpe)'go so dead against Mr Browne; the banker, getting a'vote. I always thouight that' Mr Sharpe did all his husiness by get ting money froni,the bank and lending it to us; but perhaps- the Colonial Bank will not lend him any money to lend to us, and that may be the reason he did not want Mr Browne to have's: vote ;' orperhaps !le ob jects to any one.having: a :vote unless be is like ' Yotir s'eviist; Our . A OOCKATOO. [Our correspondent is sailing very close to the wind in his speculations:. We miust im press on correspondents'. that they have no right to trench 'ipon any man's private or business affairs.-En. ...
Commercial. BENALLA, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
0h 011Ii1q1tQ41. to - " - $EzAL.O, July 21. Ilouw, per ton .i. 10 b 0 0 to £10 10 O Wheat; perhbnahel ,,. 0 0 '0 0 3 0 Pollard do ... 0 ,0 0 0 1 6 Wrin, do '0 '0 0 0 1 0 Oats, "do ... 0 2 6 0 3 0 ANO M ,nIrLD, July 15. Tloes:'rtpolcan. 2 0&& 0 to X5t1 0 0 -Potatoes, do ... . 0 0 6 0 0 COhaff (straw) do *... '0 0 0 3 O 0 D:-.:o (6pee).deo: :.... "0 0 0 5 0 O0 .`(Whest,;perbuhel ... 0 0: 0 . 03 9 . st, 0do ... 0 000 0 3 3 E'itBro?(srdosh)? .:b . 0-: 0 1. 0 Pollard, cdo. " ... 0 0 0 0 1 3, -Baobpooper.ThLA .. 0' 0 10, 0 1 0 Itutter'(frosh)pert fb... 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 .~Eg per doaien 0 0 0 1 4
VIOLET TOWN POLICE COURT. Monday, 18th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
VIOLET TOWN POLICE COURT. Monday, l6tbiJlj. (BeforeI essrs Wills and Gall.) The two adjourned s?e ?r?i disposed of at under :- of1 5I. Garrett v D. Thompson-Debt of £lf Ie lIld, with costs 3eas-12 4s ld. Timothy Bierdan v, P. Mordock-Dobt 3,4. Settled out of court, ' - I Wlllam Beatn V Richard Ban-Work and labour done, £7 l "bd,'and costl 40s--,h lls Dd. .: BIEldrige: , ;Jamers. Harman-Work and labour, £9 10 Od; a sel off allwed. Verdict for £ lls 7d, : Lu , : - .... The aseault' case of George, O'Malley Y W. Cochran was, after the evidence for and against being taken, immediaoly di`eseld. Th~ Courothiia djduinod eo'the 11th August neztt: .° *.' ' cj.,tdpnlto I" Largo 'liiinberse:of eperotr whalea. were seon recently off Cape Howe" and-Fliudore Island by the captains of the barques C.atherine Jane and Jane.. >. The celebratoe greyhound slut Duchess of Atbol arrived yesterday from London by the clipper ship Wimmera. She is a fine looking animal, and will no doubt.prove a valuable ...
LATEST NEWS. (PER GREVILLE TELEGRAM COMPANY.) MELBOURNE, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
LATEST NEWS. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (P GRn EVaI?r TEGEoai Coasr .) MnEzouRieE, July 21. At the Victoria Insurance Company's meet ing, to-day, a dividend of 20 per cent. was declared, and the retiring directors ,were released. Sentences were passed to-day, as fol Iows :-Two garotters; 10 years' each, with out flogging. Wood, for rape, sentence of death recorded. Draper, three years, cumulative' on previous sentence. Callaghan, for fraudu lent insolvency, three years. Patrick Smith, murder, death, with no hope of mercy. Daniels, for the Oriental Bank embezzloment, four years. Captain Black, perjury, 12 months. Supple was not scntenccd. -The Court ad journed sne die., i At Wellington, the o aori King has oex pressed his regrot for thoe:Hau Hau robberies at Aoten. - .'
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, July 19. (Before Messrs Wills and Health.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
' BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, July 19. (Before Mesers Wills and Heath.) David Hinds pleaded not guilty to a charge of insulting behaviour on the previous night. Pat. rick;llIullao setated.the facts of the case, and prisoner pleaded that he was drunk. Fined or 48 hours' imprisonment. . l Mary Hill v George Hill-This was a case of assault by a wife about 8O years old against her husband. Mr M'Donnell for defendant. Mary Hill, residing at Winton, rememberedthe 9th July, about 5 o'clock in the evening, wheon she saewhor husband comisg-towards thebridge at Winton. When he came home he used very disgusting language.. They then had words about a box that had been burned, and he then accused her of going with waggonere. He gave her a blow on her head'with hisrfst. She then threw a billy at bhim, and le 'diagged her by thehair of her head, throwing up her clothes. and kicking her about her body till she wa in. sensible. s Inocroee.exa.nitiation she said she.was sober, but hid two drinks. ...
LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE & AMERICA BY THE PANAMA MAIL. MELBOURNE, July 21. VIA SYDNEY, July 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
LATER . NEWS FROM EUROPE & AMERICA p BY THE PANAMA MAIL. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. a (Pan Gnabvrra" Tzsona?c Coxaurxr.) MELsonx, July 21. The Wonga Wonga arrived yesternight, with dates from Lnondoinand Now York to the 1 r lithuluiefo and Honoluluti the 24th- ine.: Gladstone had adopted the ballot.' t The English wheat crop is fine, and every ýt whore larger than an average oropis expected. 1 A yacht was capsized off Hstings, and 12. o persons wore drowned. The Government has promised to-take strong. it measures against betting at races." r At , omo tho Fthere opposed to the pro; posed dogma of Infallibility presented the it Pope with an address through the Legate. V0iolent debates have since occurred. r :Large processions. subsequently marched 's throu-lh the streets, bearing banners with theo motto "No Papal Infallibility." e A great fire has occurred at Lake St. John, - in Canada, at which, fifteen persons wore' s burned to death.:, i The Flying Squadron arrived at Honolulur...
MELBOURNE. July 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN cORazsPONDENT.) July 20. The Mainyor's ball is the all absorbing topic of conversation, and it must be a'must diffi cult task for his worship to please all and sundry in the way of invitatilns, although assisted by his aldermen and councillors and 'other blliciblas who have hbd the litiberty df mnarking off the rolls in their respectivo wards~ This liberty has been used to such an ex tent that almost double the number of invites would be required to please all parties; so of course there are a great number of grumb lers. The internal fittings of tile new hall are in a forward state, and it is expected that the building will be thrown open for public view in a few days. The news from all parts of the country speak of deluging rains and flooded creeks, with their usual concomitant impassable roads. The works in connootion with the new dry dock at Williametown have again made a commencement, the contractor evidently thinking discretion the better part of valour...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
. _. ? .,,2 .=: ._ --_ - L I POUNDINGS. i?,I ANDR A'--Impoun le ;lat Alexandra Bla entire colt, oetr, no visible brand To.bd! sold on 27th1 July. ALEX'ANDRA-rImpoanlded at Alexandra BoUy horse, str nod.snip. near fore and off hind, Sfoot whitel. .R 'corijoinhd 'near shoulder, like r JL off neck bo bsoeld on 3rd August-.-_. . .ENALL A---Imoihdod at Benall? . Blieck hdrse' stir like over blotch anod near' shoilder r.: . To be sell on 27th July. 'T 1V1MAN'S FORElST-Impounded at Booch w:'bworth Shire Poutid, 9th dn'ly I?v" miare, star, off' fore and 'two hind lpasterin white; ,dlI. conjoined, over CO near shoulder, 1) near cheek Boy hmaro, i near should -er ,. On l2th July..': I ny horse; like JB or'JR faint near shoulder:? 'Bay' hoirse, 11 over :like diamond'over 8 2 near " shoulder - a Grey. insre, off' hip down, JP near neck, VB off' shoulder. o To be old or 10th August,? SCUILTERN-- Impounded at Chilteri, 0th y "July'.. Black cob horse star saddle marked, S over \VM 0 ,tirear shnoul...
BRITISH AND OTHER EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
BRITISII AND OTlli:l EX'i'RA1TS t Since the passing of the law requirin-" fire S.esoapP:t be 'arfllxedto -tonoepult hodusis in New York city, ndearly 11t,000 buildings have -aabeehffauinishedzwith them:: -Theo superinten=. t:crdei'iof buillin gsrefers in terms of conimen: d lti6ii fit?' pliainreenitlty prop?sed ithitof ja? lf'I"i'~a doorway 'ipr??d'" fire ecape"' con structed in tflio party -wlls .botieen aij j .ingfllousee., T o2ob?i ,To??a sa ys'..? NGw York is begiring 't6'feel the?fiiiflueneor of the complc, --fliiTiftlihePi ciftO Railway: Formerly teas were imported iid th'lo Isthmus of Panmlisa; but now this roule-is-superseded by the ship ,"I, i5dentilforwariledfrom ,San Francisco "by tihe - :ite overlaiud lini: 1 lfthe e-railwayl freiliht ' vtie:iidt tolilldeavy, New York can.thits be more, " lie?l'y 'sipjilied"ithan by sena while iheo qqunlities,,will be fresher ahnda altogether sIiperior. "Tifo ultimate effect will be, lthat ..ew?_.York will nodt ly'blle converted from j a...
MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
MANSFIELD SHIRE ' COUNCIL. ' This. body meot on -Vednesday last; present-Dr a Rowo, President (in the chlair), and Crs Chonory, Cotter, Kitchen, Tomkins, and Baldry. The minutes of tle previous meeting were confirmed. The Council proceeded to open tenders for erecting a I Sshed and water-closet within the shire ground. The t following 'tenders were, opened, viz:--WVm. Catler, . 83; - Amor, £03 18a; John Mncdonald, £80 15ls. t On the motion of Cr Kitchen, Wm. Cutler's tender was accepted. .Tenders for erecting a bridgoe'over the o Devil's Plain Creek were opened. They were as fol - low:-Wm. Carey, £64; W. Barley, £73.3 Od;.d Pat Dynam, £65; and A. Motherwell, £60. The tender of Mr Mlothcrwell was accepted. The Council then opened tenders for the, office of valuator to the shire. From Mr James Molynoux two tenders, one of h £40 and the other £30 ; Mr John Cassidy, £40 ; Mr ri P. Bromfield, £35 ; and Mr John Hardy, £42. On the d motion of Cr OChenery, seconded by Cr Baldry, Mr w Molyne...
MANSFIELD DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
HANSFIELD DEBATING SOCIETY. t Th~is society held its-second mooting at the I Shire 'Hall on Monday, the 18th inst. The 4 subject for discussion was-" Was the execution of Charles I. justifiable 1" The chair was occu- nI pied by the Rev Mr Goodwin. The subject was opened by Mr O'LAtvY in the negative, who gi contended that the execution was a barbarous be murder. - There was no necessity for the preserva- at tion of the lives and.liberties ofb.the British 5 people that Charles's life should be forfeited. It 8, might be said that he caused the evils of the civil m war, but robthat war he was driven by the con duct of those who opposed him. When he was betrayed by the Scotch people into the hands of to the English, it would have been quite enough to th have kept him in prison, without executing himn to Furthermore, he was condemned with an illegal pi tribunal. m Mr TreL, in justifying the execution of Charles I., argued that his tyrannical conduct in causing Rb the civil war, and his d...
ALIVE IN THE DEAD-HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 22 July 1870
1".. "ALIVE IN THE DEAD-HOUSE: The Sin: Francisco' Alta Californiac gives Fan account of the experience of a German wlho :wnossupposcd to have died in that city, and. whose body .was immediately removed and placed in the dead-house attached totlle hospital in which he had been, under treat ment:-" TheL body was deposited in a case where two other bodies had already. been placed,'and between them. The cover was put on aind the keeper of the dead-house re tired for the night. About midnight a loud soreaming-and yelling of the most unearthly character was heard in the dead-house. The keeper of the dead-house was sought after, but, being aware of what he was required to do, he sought concealment, preferring to let the ghosts fight it out among themselves 'rather than attempt to beodme peacemaker. When at last he was prevailed upon to pro ceed to the dead-house and open the door, the ghostly form of the German, whose life had bgon a few hours previously pronounced extinct, :id 'vho had l...