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MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 3. (Before Messrs. Rowe, Smith, and Kitchen.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 9 September 1870
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Saturday, September 3 &nbsp; (Before Messrs: Rowe; Smith and Kitchen.) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Chenery v Seymour--This was a summons issued &nbsp; against Mr. Seymour of Charigue Station, by Mr. A. Chenery, of Loyola and Delatite Stations. Mr. O'Leary appeared for the complainant, and called the following evidence:- William Matthews deposed-I am overseer in the employment of Mr. Chenery, of Delatite and Loyola Stations. On 16th of July last, the defendant came to Mr. Chenery's yard for some sheep of his that were there. He was accompanied by a man named Manning. He drove away some 230 heeep which belonged to him. Mr. Seymour said he had seen a small mob of Mr. Chenery's sheep on his way to the draughting yard. In consequence of this I went the next day to search for them. I know a paddock belonging to the Changue Statio...
HURRICANE AND FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 9 September 1870
HURRICANE AND FLOODS. A tremendous hurricane swept over the Benalla district late on Wednesday night, or rather early on Thursday morning, threatening destruction to every building, and causing consternation to all the inhabitants ; and at daylight it was discovered that a great flood was inevitable. All day on Wednesday a heavy rain poured down, with such violence at times as to interfere with the business of the County Court. The flood continued to rise rapidly yesterday (Thursday) evening, and by 1 o'clock was sweeping through most of the &nbsp; houses in Bridge-street, from Mr. Clarke's up to Smythe-street, the water being knee deep opposite Mr. Byrnes's store, and most of the &nbsp; inhabitants in that part of the town had to vacate their tenements and seek shelter with their more fortunate neighbours. On the west side of the river we know but little of what &nbsp; occurred, as communication was entirely cut &nbsp; off at 2 o'clock; but prior to ...
BENALLA COUNTY COURT. Wednesday, Sept 7. (Before His Honour Judge Smyth.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 9 September 1870
BENALLA COUNTY COURT. &nbsp; Wednesday, Sept 7. &nbsp; (Before His Honour Judge Smyth.) &nbsp; The learned Judge, as soon as the Court had been opened, took the opportunity to express his &nbsp; regret at being compelled to postpone the sitting &nbsp; till 1 o'clock, but the roads were so bad that it became unavoidable. He hoped the learned &nbsp; gentlemen and suitors had not been much incon- &nbsp; venienced. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr O'Leary, barrister- at- law, assured His Honour that no serious inconvenience had resulted from the short postponement, At a later period, the new Judge took occasion to remark that it was in consequence of his being ill in bed that the various Courts in these districts had been postponed for a month. &nbsp; The following cases were settled:--- Maginness v Bossey, Liston v Hatwell, Hall v Dixon, &nbsp; M'NaIly v Devine, and Fitzsimons and Halton v O'Brien. Fitzsimonds and ...
HORRIBLE MURDER AT SANDRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 9 September 1870
HORRIBLE MURDER AT SAND- &nbsp; &nbsp; RIDGE. &nbsp; One of the most horrible outrages that has ever darkened the criminal annals of Victoria occurred at Sandridge about half-past 4 o'clock on Monday afternoon. From what we can glean, &nbsp; it seems that Edward Marwood Elton, a waiter, residing in Melbourne, about the beginning of the year married a young girl named Felicia Sarah Darbyshire, who was then a barmaid, employed at a well-known hostelry in Swanston- street. At this time Miss Darbyshire had a child named Thomas Henry Derbyshire, aged two years, who she alleged was the illegitimates infant of her husband. The couple lived at various places, and latterly Elton was employed. as a waiter at the Black Bull Hotel, Geelong, and, according to his wife's statement, was on the best of terms with her. In consequence of the slack- ness of the time, Elton, his wife, and their child came to Sandridge, where they had been living &nbsp; some time ...
BRITISH AND OTHER EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 9 September 1870
1BRI'1'11' AND OTHER` EXTRACTS. ; Tho:Crberute is now well forward, and itis, .'=said-. that ahmberiof, menn who have beena ; engagaeda i"Uie a'dockya~srd will offer them.i solve to work tlihiilip out to her deestination,: and thaIoi;' ostheir iridi1, til'e will settle in the colony. . . L rd Russell's motion on the Relations of tlie ilothereCoudr?fiy toi th~i Coloniis rcam ~ before tho Bouse of Lords on Juno 20,',when Svery,1. fruitful subject'endrd inma bairen ;diec'uriion, and :tlio.m6tios' being ithdrawn.' Lord John-asn he used to he called-sp'oko n diItully:in fivdur ofa dJefesievo policy, as a. ~s meratai. of onaitijatin,' or colotdni6 l empire; iprciiccilles laid doel by sucessve Colonial Secretar is mist neceisarily lead.to he dis qli Wicf finuf dcolonial empire..,: In the de. "habste Loird ,Gratville contended that the ,withdrawal.of British 'idops would toeach the .;coloiies to create an army for their defende .which would prove capitml.auxiliaries to our tro"ti' in time o...
THE BLUE-BELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 16 September 1870
S THE BLUE-BELL. I spied a little blue-bell, . Half hiddeii"from my view ; S Ite tiny:hells;waereglistbning'g With shlning beads rf dew.? A ray of nsulight fell athwart Its gent!e'upturned face,' Mlethought it wanan emblem fair Of modesty and grace. 'Twes a a burnished sepbhire, : Enelosed in bmerald sheen?t .. And,that bright glem of sunlight ? Camd 'dtreasght fromi heaven, I ween; That gentle'little floweret,' W\Yht Jessons doth she give, 4a? in lowlineso beside the stream : ' She is content to live1 S; ,She;ahidi.uolookto Him. - Who gives her life and light ' Bumbly to walk in faith a'nd hope, : And live :a in'His sight'; . 'en as the sunbeam to the flower, "So the light fromi lod will be ' To"gildinur weary pathlthrough life, Till.tie light of heaven wesee. ~---T-. -- 1:
LATEST NEWS. (PER GREVILLE TELEGRAM COMPANY.) MELBOURNE, Sept. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 16 September 1870
L A; T:'E S-;T ' N E W S ;(]IYiELECTRIC' TELEGI1APn.) ;F d (PEn. Gnuzr,e TELEonaG COMPANY.) .... , ThmeVEno Sept. 15.... a The Chief Justice sat on the :Bonch to-day, o and sentencdi Supplo to death, after a spoeech of a quartor.ofan hour by. Supple, who do fonded hs atioon, stating thatho was proud oE the attempt he made to rid society of the moan slanderer, G.. P. Smith; in the only possible way here.'. The Judge: said the: Government .were Sreposibloin considering the sentence, but if .Supple's :principles prevailed there would be an od'to nill' law and ord !: 'The Suiofii siled for Now Caledonia this morning Tho Echuecalinothas been repairxed.-The Ifloods at Eohuca and Meama wore veryuglb The inabitants of loama ,deserted the town ship, which was under wator The iurray Sat Albury and Wahgunyah is falling. An aliuvial rush has set in at Tarrangowor; with fair.prospects. ;: ..
THE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 16 September 1870
, . ',THE FLOODS.., Although perhaps In tthe oo ghboerhood-of Manfnsfild thoefl~ods havenot been so injurious as iin other parts of the district, still thie flood 1 wws one. of..tho lighest that has token placo in the vidality, of o tho .township and.the surrounding' nelghbourhood,. On Thursday,.: the 8th iose, Ford's Oreok, close to Mr Patrick Byrno'sa farm, 'completely ovorfiowed,: and niine pigs; beloengingn tolhinsm were nearly drowned in the asty, and some otf his wheant was damaged. The creek was also very high close to Mr Baldry's' mill; coming close up to the mill damn-'ad carry, lng awoay some of his wood. Mr 'Baldry had a lot of now fencing round his paddock also carried away. In tho forenoon of the 8th inst a number of dead sheep, together with a quantity of fruit trees anid drift timber, might hbe seen floating down Ford's Creek. "Govrtt's bridgoe;'whiciis situated near Maindample Park, has suffered'by the flood.' One of, the wing ;wall, caps was knocked off by a heavy l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 16 September 1870
.T,o be ii the Fashioin. ' ti.W.1IIsLtýl"'I F. "(GOULDING,, .,mm"-1~01,H 'STREET, MANSFIELD, • JTM:,WWM. GOULDING wishes to lot hie friends S know that. from tho' encouragvmont they . Y.'brg'dgoletredt..h'o ;.pirpucer 'opening, a"ben'rach Sestahliehmden in Iligh-streOt; whero. Grboery, .;.Drapery, 'Ircnmongery, and overy desorplioit of General Morchutidiro'of first quality can be' had .on tholowest'estcsh torrdie.. :.? ,; w, F. I. wohld remiad hies old customors that tho moderate prices now asked!for goodediti Mh?ii` ,.feldamay tie I attributed to the comjieltitotohihhe "lnintrodueedesb mofevw,years ago, asd',ithý their', ",.iad:aseistoanc?e:'h' will:'aontiritue to'leep dowui monopoly to:the boet of .his ?'billlydJL t" a:r i I; NUNNISTREET;'BENALLA'.1 ;-.": , ,uEO. ?BGBIORD:wisoh' to' remiid his friends '.. ti ' addi r??tonie ' l that? hoittll' e tiein ures ,o :-,i'keepl nedo b;it firi?t quality drink at i' hotel, o?: whirhi is no i'niiohli'mnere'comtfoetable thdid whene he first ep...
MANSFIELD STOCK REPORT. September 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 16 September 1870
AMANSIEiELD STOOK REPOUT. I" X.-?? * . 6 :a · .0 8 . ' ?SeptemFior 7. S1dMrDfffurzishaos us with tho followlng as the bt 16.£(] sp?- ces l ;," " " '*i . ' J1d iStore;.bullocks,.h 6 £3.0ls to £4,;.tt.ore'cows, ".tj0E2.lOs to 3; ifatbullocks,i;6 to £9; fat cows, li;,ifa5.to .£7; fatilhpep, 7T1 to;9a;; atore, shop, no' i. «*llately.'.. n
MANSFIELD, September 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 16 September 1870
.* MANBFIELD, September 7. Slour, per rqn... ... 0 0. to ll:- 0 0 b.iUjIjiistoesfZ;do; .*o,..; 0 00 .0 --4.O6O 0 Ohaff (MlAw)do 0 ...ý00 0' 0 3' 0'-0 SDo (open) do .. 0 0 0 5 0 0 ."Wheat, per bushel 0 0 .0 0 3 9 pf dq: . 0-0 0 , 3ý ;,fl;an,;;(i do 0 0 0 0 1 -0 .,.llioUard, do' .., 0 0 ' 1 3 -7loiteporAb0'- o 0 !n"2:10 :'l : o--: loluttor (fresh) porA it..- 0 0 0 ;1 4 :; ]gg's'por dozon " . 4
MANSFIELD HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 16 September 1870
An ordionry me otig of thiociniiatttd oftho above institutionas? held at thd' Shiro'Hill, Mansfiold, on Thursday, ?ep. lst, at 2 p.m. Present,' Rev.:lt Johnston Smith (in. the chair), and Messrs A. mitlh, D. l?no. donald, MB'Hartin; and?Mr Blyrno.> ' "i:. ' "Tho miditd ·of thoe provious nenetig. wore confirmed after an adkition had been niado'to !thoterms of the Sorotary's'ceontmct. The following :,correspondenco received and dealt with;. . .. . . =mFroi thdTreasury, requesting thatia return of the recolpts: anl expenditnro :of the. liosaitalt.for 1800 be furnished; al;lo one for the first six ,months;of tho year 1870..• Thi Secretbori itiormedethlioconimittdo" that the blank forns said to :be enclosed byh the letter from the TreMiry w eronot in it, and lie hbd'.iritten request ing to have them supplied immediately. " '.' " = SFrom.M!(nd Ms Matlainwaring, of dNort Melbourneo, .ipplying fhr' th o'fllce of master add matroen to the Mansfield Eospital. •It waoo dermined to inormnn t...
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 16 September 1870
.c'irAOGt1OULTUiRE, &o. S *.': (FROht,, TUa oENooeUsrsT'r.")! Theo readtenlfs 'narket 'is".ili vary dull,!nd. so far as preoen appeoran 'oo is"iikeely"to e remain so. The raics, which comna&co'd falling.; Sheavily on Wednesday morning,, and wlh i r continued :tilli th' r 'timoe ?we' wnt ito press, n maycieanlo f:illtlef apoeulativ 'lpirlifo, they; will not benefit the growing crops but tend groatly to, induce inroase ;of rust. Flour is maintaining last quotatlions of from £12 to £12' 10s. Wheat is still scarco, and msst continue so efttiftbheiradse in the interior improve ; Ss 9d is being given for Sanygood '`lotsbut no sales " havolbeen reportel for.days. ''Maise isbeing: disposed'of at froml 3s Odto 3e 'd, and oats from 3s 4d tb'36'Od. rI In suc a seae n our squatti?e aid sto wners; as a body ought to secure themselves as much as t possible against " short..commons"c in autumn, Iloweverimuelich:rrain has fallen andmay fall; howewvr umuch grass may beo, andmoet prob...