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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. (PER GREVILLE TELEGRAM COMPANY.) LATEST SUMMARY OF NEWS. DEFEAT OF THE FRENCH. THREATENED ABDICATION OF THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 September 1870
ARRIVAL OF THE CALIF ORNIAN MAIL. (BY ELECTRIO TELEGRAPH.) (Pea Gasvr.Lm TLEGItaa COMPAxN.),. LATEST SUMMIARY OF NEWS, DEFEAT OF THE FRENCOH.::. THREATENED .ABICATI ON OF .THE EMPEROR': NAPOLEONR. - ' , [The following was i?snd from ;thq Ensign officein slips on Tuesday afternoon:-] lLoOUaE, Sept. 20. Latest tolegrams to hand up to midnight 10th August. ., ., - Prussia is everywhere victorious. lM',Mahon's division of the Fronch army has been defeated, routed, and out off from the main army. : . Napoleon admits his `defeat. He is sick,? and surrounded by the Prussians at Metz. Paris is in a tumult, and has been declared in a state of slegs by the Ministry.. A hattle is.hourly expected at Metz, and if the French ase defeated' Napoleon will boa ruiiued man. N,?poleon's abdication has been demanded to.save France by Jules Fevre in the Corps Legislatif. : The Times declares his abdication is deemed to be a foregonu.conclusio.' SLdsos, August 1i. It is rumoured that the capture of the en...
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 September 1870
(F :-? . . i.11. ti EEOpNiceu .T.", ;'' --if The condition in which many of tholow-lying farms' are left by the heavy rair:' is far. more serious from reports than we or tho'general public anticipated ; losses appear to hiav bion sustained on every side .early wheats, are laid and evidences of rust are being daily looked for italke all has already appeared in many of the'oat paddocks; some of 'the late sown 'grain has rotted rather, than germinated ;.and th easoi is too advanced in niany districts for reesowing any but crops whichlare either unsuitable or- npt reuiured; altogether, not a few'of our' farmers are in a'pre'ty considorableii i Th -quesltion ýis :now with many-Is it vbetter to letour. lands lie idle, or put in a chance crop and, ifithe* latter,' whichis the beat? Thore irany cops which we could grow bere, but at our price ,of laubour can they ,be grown at a profit :We anstance hemp, flx; opium, madder, mustard, &oi, &c. Any. crop demanding hand labiour to...
Commercial. BENALLA, September 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 September 1870
1-;.A :' " Septbember 22. I r, rtnn . 10 1 0 to-11 0 0 Wh'%V, per bulthel 0 O Toll?srt do .. 0 0 0 .0 1 Br,. do ... 0 0 0 1 6 ,..t. . io .. 0 2fi 0 3 0 ,.A . iANfl»»zw, September, 16. .Flpor'oir on... ':.0 00 ipotntops, do ... 0 0 0 6 0 0 h.t. l'strw)do 0 0 0 3 0 0 · Do(open) do.'-:-. 0'0 0 : 5:0 -0 Wh rlbuehel ... 0 0-0 0 3 9 ýto Ido, .;; 0 .0 0' 3 lorln do .....0 0 0 0 1 .0 .*nllt. r.t?., do 0 0... 0 o 0 . 1 . '4 or'ntier tb' 0' 0 10 01t. !0 lutlior (fresh) per... 0 0 0 1)0 1 4 -ggi 1ler dozen 0. 0 0 0 1, . 4
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 September 1870
" "' To' be i? the Fashion. WILLIAM F. GOULDING,, eIGH"TRBET,' MANSFI'ELSLD .ý , GOULDING wishes to lot his friends ''ý.' kior'?that' from the encouragement they bavo gliven, him' in his "Commercial Store," C Brldg-.street, he ,purposes0 opening a branch establishment in' High-street, where Grocery, Drapery, Ironmongery, and oevry description of General Merchandise of first quality.can be had ..on tho lowest cash terms. W. F. G. .would remind his old customors that the moderate prices now asked for goods in Mans field may be: attributed to the competition he introduced some few years ago, and with their • d kin'd'aestancc he will continue' to keep 'down monopoly' to the best of his ability.: - ,RAILWAY. HOTEL NUNN STREET, BENALLA. SEUo. BUGBIRD'wishes to remind his friends Sande-ustomers that he still: continues to keep none but first quality drinks at his hotel, :'whlch'is now much' morecomfortable than when She first opened.' S FIRST-.LASS WINES. INCOMPARABLE SPIRITS: (But no Spir...
MANSFIELD STOCK REPORT. September 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 September 1870
MTANSFIELD STOOKu isUORuT. , aw rl:, i.» : ýY 8epteemher, 30.;F ..Iruff furnishes us with the followliot as the ,alias prlces %oa~e bultocks, 3 .10s. to. £4; store cows, £ i li to £3 t fit butloolks, £6 to £9; fab cows, t6 !u;67 ; sat sheep, 7s 51 to 8s; store sheop, no p ~otatel
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, Sept. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 September 1870
SCBENALLA SHIRE OUNCIL:s . Wednesday, Sept. 1 . The Council .met on the above date, All the couneillors being present: The minutes .wore read and confirmed. -: CORESPONDENCE. From Charles Waller, offering to remove a tree for £2, at Adams's. Agread to.; From Edward- Griflithe, requesiing-. per ..mision-to put agate .near the Shepparton road.. Granted . From William' Anderson, requesting that the IHopkinses be-ordered:to open 'their gate -on the road near Wiarrenbayne. ;Ordered to be eiummoblsoee it ith Engineer find the gate still closed' l"''.' 'Fr:om Dr eat g for af a boat to bb provided fur use in case of futiure floods.' I From Pilgrim, Violet- Town,, asking tor time to pay £8 for the conveyance of his wife (a lunatic) to Beechworth.': To be summonsed at once for the amount. Firqm D. 'B. Palmer, 'asking permlesion to'taie:the tinimber from 'a culvert to:repair a. culvert which he .has constructed and maintained for the public use, as well'as his ow osn. It was considered that th...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 September 1870
'.ILBOIURNE PRODUOE MARKFET. ".l- .I'OCnW and -Another report, for the week oln.i g 14th Septamber, 1870: u?1slndea in the produce maikets hae not exh i l?hled nuch noaitity during the poet week.'Flour In.+ ,,ten dealt in by the trlde to some little Syr.it; at prices "varying from £12 s to £12 19 : th,. Irtier figure'is an out.ide one. and oun only :, I, tineI for the very best well-known brandy. For hest there ha- teen rather a bitter demand, , n.t prices have slighily advaiced ;for a medium f.in ple we obtained Se 6d, and 5 8,1 for a firat c.a"- parcel. Otnt are in rather better rquest t; the rates tn.e d to-day 'show an ainvance of nearly Sd on I.a week's quntatimOs. In moizt there is trther's hetter feeling, the r~lde, being more dispnied to operate at the uo i',e rates of Ut 8kd to 3S 91. (~t1 potted butter is'very dull at low rat s, 3d ' 0 I being, ruling prices; while for new made 68 e 7jd is obtainable ; freesh bringing up • ,,low we give details. "Fl. ir. perton"' ... £13 0...
MELBOURNE. September 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 September 1870
MELBOURNE. S(FRO Ouru Oew COtRESrONDE.T.) - -. 1Septoeniber.: The arrival of telegraphin news. vid Califor nia caused great excitement inthe."city. yes terday. Although only some four or five days later than by the last Suez. mail, the impor tant intelligence of. the ignominious defeats. the French had suffered at all points wasi quite. suflficient to causne a general rush for extra ordinaries. The front of the.Argau office was quite besieged for' hours. by persons of' all classes, eager for particulars, and the news boys reaped a merry harvest, as the excitement was well kept up. by the issue of three editions at later intervals. As we may expect the next monthly mail to be in Adelaide on Satur day or Sunday evening, this forestalmont only seems to whet the appetite, and in all, proba bility the news in expectant will be of a more conclusive nature than that received yesterday, which is rather vague in its character. Already have country deputations begun to make appeals to the Gov...
SUPPLE'S SPEECH ON BEING SENTENCED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 September 1870
SUPPLE'S SPBECH BtON BEING BSEN TENOED :' DEATH. On Thursday morning, previous to the ordinary' business of the presentCriminal Sessionis being cormmenced, the Chidef JTutice 'took'his 'eat upon' 'the bench', and at once a whisper wont through the court " Supple is to be sontehced'" a This proved to be the case. As sbo?n as His ,Hioour had taken his seat, his associatoe called for. Gerald H. Supple to be put t1 the bar,' and the prisoner, was:tho? asked if he had anything to say why sentence should nota be passed upon him. To this he replied :-! I wish to make some remarks about my position, as since the trial imputations as to my eaultybavro been~freely bandied about, and I desire that the wrong impression should be removed. :Years ago I'quarrolled with:a person namoel George Paton Smith because of his sourri lous'a'nd infamous abuise of my country, written' by his owin'hand, and published in the paper which he then conducted, I was at the time the only Irishman on 'the staff, and ...
AN AWKWARD PREDICAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 September 1870
AN.AWKWARD PREDIOCAMIENT; . A French perelatos?a thrilling ice?o. ,which lately occutrred In a Parisian mairie. Acule presented themselves to boe mnarrie, :the bride about 18 years of age, and poiss ,sed of .considerablo.personal attractions ; the Ibridoeroom an eitiermely'small man, aged 45:' \Vlienj'the ceremony was concluded, the -door of the hall was burst open, and a woman .of gigantic stature, accompanied by a thin .damsel of 15, -burst into the room, and :elbbwed her way through the seinioirohl of :,gtiest. "'Wretch, scoundrel, thief I" she ciied, ;addressing the husband, who turned is white as ~kheet; ." this is how you leave me in ,te lur'ch, who have sighed during 15 years .for the days when I might call myself your wit I" Sayinig this she seized the unhappy ,man by the collar and jerked lim up under l er left arm as. though he were a crush.hat, ,o.ntaking no notice of his struggles. She theu Addressed the mayor in a voice of thunder, 'D.4D.I arrive too late ?" "The marria...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 September 1870
A SALE fOf ROWN LANDS by, public a'uctionwill be held. at Eleven o'clock of Tuesday, 4th October, 1870, C at the;tCourthouse, Benalla., The following lots will be offered: - S:... TOWN LOTS. ; : Avnel, couunty unnamedlparish of Avenol, in the township of Avenel, onoHughes's C.reek. Upset ;price £8 per acre.. Allotments .10,17, i .oection 14 ; 15 to 20, section 15; 4, section ,16; 2 roods each. 3Iaindainple,county unnamed, parish of Doolam; " in the township of iaiodample;:on the road ;from Morton to :Maustilld.: Upset price £8 per acre. -Allotment. I, section 12, 19p.i County of Ategleey, parish of bluriindindi, about four miles south.eaes of the township of Yea. Upset'price 1 per acre. Allutments 12, 13,17, 3a3r'24i tj 192a ?r'33p.' County unnamed;,pnrish of Wappan. on theDer. latite River, immediately south of Mr J Boe's pre.emptive.section. U1fet, price .t 2s 6d1 per acre, 'Allotment 52,174a 3r 32p.? : Oounty-unnamed, "prish of Buoganall, adjolning, MIr J. Gunn's 42nd section blo...
MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 September 1870
couI--oI----- _ MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. &nbsp; This body met on Wednesday last: present, Dr. Rowe, President, and Crs Tomkins , Baldry, and Kitchen Correspondence. &nbsp; From the Secretary to the Alexandra Shire Council, informing the Council that the Alexandra Council would co-operate with the Mansfield Council in procuring the proclamation of a main trunk line of road to meet the line of railway at Longwood.. The President said he did not see where this main trunk line was to begin and end. He suggested that the Secretary write to the Alexandra Council to inquire upon this point. The suggestion was adopted. From the Assistant-commissioner of Roads and, Bridges, acknowledging the receipt from Dr.Rowe of a copy of his report to the Shire Council of the result of' his interview with the Commissioner of Railways and Roads when in Melbourne. Received. From the Engineer to the Benalla Shire Council, stat ing that it was unnecessary for him to meet the Engi neer of the ...
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Saturday, Sept. 17. (Before Dr Rowe.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 September 1870
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Saturday, Sept. 17. (Before Dr Rowe.) James Bradford, a boy about 13 years of age, was charged with driving two sheep away from the station of Mr Wilson, of Borodomanan. The case completely broke down, it appearing that the sheep were neither being unlawfully driven on the lands of complainant nor out of his herds. The case was dismissed, with 10s costs. Wilson v D. M. Waters- For £3 8s 1d, meat sold to the defendant. Mr O'Leary appeared for the prosecu- tion. The defendant did not appear. An order for the amount was made, with £2 6s costs. Benjamin Rees Jones, a publican of Doon, was sum- moned for unlawfully selling butcher's meat without a license. Mr O'Leary appeared for the defendant. Mr O'Leary contended that under the Butchers and Abattoirs Act the mere fact of selling the meat was no offence. It was not like slaughtering without a license. The Bench thought that under the 23rd section of the Act the case might perhaps he entertained. &nbsp; Se...
THE WAR. THE DEFENCE OF PARIS [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
THE WAR. THE DEFENCE OF PAUIS. General Djean,. the Minister of War qd interim, has addrehFed a report to the Emprees Regent enumerating the measures which have: been adopted, or. are proposed. to be taken, for securing the defence'of Paris, and filling up the gaps in the army. It states' that the forts anid the encienfe. of the capital will soon be capable of sustaining a regular siege. '1 he: aps in. the army may be imme. diately fil)ed up. by, sending .to. the army 150,000 men taken from various arms of the service. These, together with the class of 1880, the National Guard, Mobile, end reserve, and fgee corps will form our body of defenders. 'All the, necessary muskets for arming them are ready, and there would remain 1,000000 in reserve. The deputies of the Left have published an appeal calling for the immediate arming of the citizens of Paris.- The committee of the opposition journals demand that all French oltisiens should be, armed. P, ROCLAMATION OF THE E?PRESS. . The gravit...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
RtlaUUBO NRISt.PRl0DU0 MARKET. .r 1'Can M nd Anothber report, for theo.wek Owtl; e_" OltSeptcmbznor in: ' Mligt?? impro?dtriiL' in' "thoe rlw oidtuofs m,,l"r, bast brands of coiuntryfloor boing worth fro; £12 OstDi £115s i. and good samples of wi,.,t. 5s 7d to s 9 Ol "-" ':"lihng grans' inr without rny "iltoration min;z: eing saleabla?at 3s 8d to 3 091 ; awn goo 1 feel ,t-, up to 3s 016,. \I :,iing barly still-rules low, best parcels of wit:h will not bring over a 4.3 I. Rltter, chooee, and Ibncon of primeoand goo avcr:,co quality, ho met with a retoady sale, both pu'' 17 and privately, at our.quotation.l It?,yt we giveo 'dotnilo. ;,t . . Fhl,o.-tnr ton ....:....E2. l- 0?5 o.o£12 10. 0 it zt., perbushel -... (..0 0 ..0. ,. 0' Phi.-:,t, do . 0. 0 7 0 0 :05 1llt,..' malting,lo - -O 4 0 0 4 3 0,,DInd, do '':' 0 3 4 0 3 0 Fi.l.t ^ao, do 0 .0 0 0 0 0 0r,,", -'?eol,perelnitl, do 0 0 0 0. 0 t 0l Do trnirie do '.;. 0. 0 0'? 0, 0 tt Br:,',," do ... 0 0 0 0 1 I att.,.l do 0 l) III 11 'h.bIT, ...
MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
MA.NBIELD BHILREC'OOUNQIL. rt " This body mot on .Wodnoday,.prosont,the :President (In the chair), and dOr:Kitchea and Cotter. i s: i, _,- . SThe, proceedinge commenced, by.e'0epecia_,,mcoting being hold ic'nivhichiLo-law No. 0 was adopted,, which inoreases tlhe.loughtoring liconse to E£2 per ann'ium. iTho Coencil'thdn proeccdoedlo dndtider,:edraft't' a ot of: by?c?ivs ,fortthe'. regulation' of rthu i/Mansfield andi Ford's Crooeek United Farmers' CGdmmobn'tiAftoiithOy were road, their fuithor doiideMsrtieoti'CoAs'potpoode. T' be ordinary meeting of tho'oConeil 'wasthen' llbold, and theminutes of. theforroerimeetings ore reid a?di ronntcc oDd',1 ' pca.: g o t " Pioni thoeRoat.lliad Bridge Offiuceforwarding poull tions from uAlxandra Shirp Ceudiil''csinst the proposed' severance of parbot Morton ltiig for:lfurther remarksor by the Cohncil..4i , :' ' The Presideit laid upon the table' tio' plane marked pinkand browno respectivoly,:whiclh showed, according .to tho'.propertyo occupied, t...