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ANNIVERSARY BALL OF THE MANSFIELD ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
ANNIVERSARY .BALL OF TIE MANS- d FIELD ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY. On Thursday evening, the 15th inst., the aniversary a of the Mansfiold St. Patrick's Society wa celhobrated at tl the Shire IIHll by a ball and supper. . The use of. the t hall had been granted by the Council freeof any charge;o b and the affair was a decided success. About 0 or 70 d couples attended, who thoroughly enjoyed themselvee, indulging in thequadrille; polka, reel, waltz, and never to.bk.forgotte? Irish jig.to an unlimited extent. The musical arrangements were very creditable, Mr. Corrio r presiding at the piano, and in ladition there were two .performers on the violin. It is a peculiarly ratlifying fact that not only wan the ball attended by those ,directly connected with the society but by tlose who t are not, and a feeling of general harmony prevailed throughlbutthe evening, and all present seemed heartily to enjoy thcmselves. Mr. Rearn, the President of the v Society,- Mr.' Cotter, the Vice*President, MIr. N...
LATEST NEWS. (PER GREVILLE TELEGRAM COMPANY.) MELBOURNE, Sept. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
L A: T:E'.S.Tm.KN.E W S. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRPH.. "(PEIR GnavriL TELEGRAi CoicrAPr:.) MELOoU!RP, Sept. 29. Lovinger-was bailed.out' ystorday ovening, tho.Govornment and Judgo Barry agreeing to accept two suroties of oo thouisand pounds each, and himself in two thousand pounds. The now trial comes off on the 17th October.', The Executivo has resolved to hang Supple on the 10th October. A meeting 'of French residents will.be hold to-morrow to discuss ,the war, and devise measures to succour the wounded. A .now ? ournal, to be called the Pweeklt, 2idinse, in the oiterests of Protection, will appeair shortly.
BENALLA RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
BENALLA RAINFALL. Priday, Spt. 23 0... 40 Saturday, Sept,. 24 ...00O Sunday, Sept. 25 .. 0'05 Monday, Sept. 26 ..* . 000 Tuesday, Sept. 27 ... . .. 040 Wednesday, Sept. 2 .. ... ... 0 02 Thursday, Sept. 20 .. ... ... 0... 00 Total ... ... ... ... ... 0 3 Total from let to 20th, 7 80 inch.e. The guage is measured daily at pm, 0p
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Saturday, Sept 24. (Before Messrs Chenery, Rowe and Smith.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT.?' (Before Messers henery,.Rowo. and Smith.)-,i tPolice v It. Jones-The doefendant in this ease is charged with keeping a slaughterhouse on the 31st of Augush, without .licenso. B Mr O'Leary nppeared for, the defendant.=.. The de.. fendant was ill and unable to be present. i ,: Constable Kennedy deposed, that on .thuo sof Sp tember be saw. the carcase .f a recently slaughtered beast lying in the 'yrd belonging to the defendant.. Creoeuexamind by Ir O'Leney-The ard oef the dofe?ndant wao in the ahiroof Alezaidrd- 'hil houolin ,Alexnndra. "Molieved that AirJones'aladijylk to the Mansfield Shire Council for a license. Weould have n, objection to recomnmednd ir'Jones for a license, but pending the present preceedings did not think it dcir. ableto rceomeoiend him for a liccnsc e : ' . Daniel Nolan a blacksmnith, at Dono, proved, that on the 31gt of August last, he assisted to kill ahbenet il Jones's yard. Moury Yoag proved that sheo wasthec wif?ofJTohn Young, and l...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 30, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
Published Weekly* BEnALLA, FinIUJY, SEPT. o30, 1870. IN tho face of the startliong .news with which our brains have boon -bowildered during the Insnifortnight, we feel impelled to the oft: repeated conclusion that the world must lio fast coming to 'an end--. it is so rapidly becoming ripe, and woemay, rest, assured that when it is ripe it will be reaped. The A*mericana taughtuh i a' foewthings in their late fatricidal war, and our oyes opened very widely at the vast inroads which they made upon old ideas and old customs; Vast though' they we, th'oy-sink into insignificani before the Continental wars of the present day, which do not oven give us breathing time between thoe declaration of i.ai'ind the all-b'ut subjuga tion of one or other of the contending Powers. It is fearful to think of it. Only the other day, 'Iouis NAroLEOrvfalmiinated his menace to, the Prussian .3onarch, and now he is. his Sprisoner The empire thatwas made in a day Sis in one day destroyed: The ex.Eareanon dcla...
New South Wales Intercolonial Exhibition. Offices of the Victorian Commission: Public Library, Little Lonsdale-street East, 3rd September, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
Now South Wales.Intercolonial Exhibition. SOltidcs'f' tha victorianC irninasiun : rPubhiO Library, LittJo Lons alo-atrc t East, 3rd Septeuj bor, 1i870. . Mr. Walter Gui,,;py,-" Tn yg ' Sir,-Among the remains of wine loft in the collar at the cloas of the late Intercolonial Exhibltion, 1860-07, and storeod by me until now, wero a few bottles of your red wine; concerning which I had no information as to the grapes it wa' made from, or, in fact, anything about it. _ It was put up in porter bottles, you may remember, and when first opunod hero four years ago was so very bdt that the judges condemnmolit atone. - It will be interesting to you now to learn that by keeping it has become one of the finest wines of the "Port wino character I ever tasted out of Portugal. I har:odistilled three samples within the last few days one had been opened a long time and then roecorked, and oneo opened this morning; the third about a.month ago-wlnvl thcy yielded of pure spirit respectively, 27 per cent....
IMPORTANT RECOGNITION OF A LOCAL INDUSTRY. To the Editor of the Benalla Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
IMrPOITANT IRECOGNITION OF A LOOAL INDUSTRY. To theo editor of the Besnallh .E ign:; Sir,-Perhaps it would not boeoat of plaeo at tho presdlt timoe, when, our iativoe.wino tiade is in sic? ?a low and.desponding:statef aod vignerons appear ratheriglooei? in r'spect to their future prospccts, to layIbofor ?yoar rendors (ad espocihlly those -aoliaro en'gaged in the culture of the vine) a letter I have just received from the Roev. Dr. Bleasdale, in respect to some wine Isent to the ,Exhibition ofi 1866-67, which~iproved theo oft-ropeatcd assertion made by men who are competent to give an opinion on such matters, that Viotoria is -blo" to-. compbto with ;the" world in!" the .mdaufaeturo of. wino.' What wo wanit is, wsine comrinies toe'buy l ip our windos; (and .properly. collar and mature thoemprior to,their boing pldced bbfore the publio.. Yoursaobedisntly, .. WALTER GUPPY.-: MoorPerk, Bonallk, September 14"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
B IMPOUNDINGS. B EEOEIWORTH-Impounded at Beechworth Boroygb Pound. BIy' mare, briken hobble, point knocked down of off hip, no visible brand To be sol. on 6th October B KNALLA-Impounude at Bontlia Brown hIorse, mall star, off fore asnd rjear, hind I foot white; FF orIF'T erar shoulder, two white r ?o?o s off shoulder, : , :r:, 1? o be sold, on 6th Oqtol.er. SSNALLA-Impouledt at Bofalia Bay ?fnre, off hip deowy, ?over 'or e-?+ no?r shoulder Grey filly, no brand Boy. onte, star andH anip, off hind foot white, CC or G0 near ohoulder Bay rcillt, near hind foot white, IJ near shoulder Hay mero. white face, 0 near shoulder, T',over i ilsceibable brand o?f shoulder Chesnut mare, streak, collar .n-arked, gear. fore andl both hld feet white, b:oich' near cheek, B.over - over o oear shouldqr rBay mare, star, white hind feet, A over D off shoulder -Bay colt, star and snip, near fore and both hind f et white, G in circle off shoulder To be sold on 19th October. ;BOWIAN'S FOREST--lmpouded at Bee...
LATEST FROM GALLE. GALLE, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
LATEST 'iR 6? GALLE, qua. 9u, Septcmbgr 5. The Empoeror Nhpo]9ofl ' syrrF9 r4 to the gings o Prussia, who snot him, arisoner to Wilhelmehoo, near Cassol. GThe Hmp res is in Belg'ium, oijd tho Prince Imperial is ill at Namur. The Parisians are in a.state of great excite ment, and determined to- defend Paris to t1e very last. - A Repuiblio has boen probiaimod eiF'France. Count Bismarok, accompaniedgby the Crown Princes of azony and Prussia, and the King of Prussia, aroenow marching direct onjParis. Ninoty tiliisand French prisoiiors havo beer, sent to Germany. . We add the followinig from o; , conten? poraries:- - : Berlin was ill'nnminated,. The revolition ,w1ichi.has 'taken place in Paris was,.'peacet"di. The, Provisional Government is eformed as fol.owes :--'Trochu: President of the Govern meat, with full military, powers for the national' defeneo; Jules Favre, Foreign. -Affairs ;-ambetta, Minister of: tho-eInterior; TefloMinister.of 'Wir; oufirnlehon, Minister for Marine; ,Iremieu...
ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL. (PER GREVILLE TELEGRAM COMPANY.) [The following was published in an extra ordinary issued from this office early on Sunday morning.] THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON TAKEN PRISONER. FRANCE PROCLAIMED A REPUBLIC. PRUSSIANS MARCHING ON PARIS. FLIGHT OF THE EMPRESS AND PRINCE IMPERIAL. LATEST DATES. LONDON, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
- mm.m,---mm----- "m . OF TIlE ISUEZ MAI L. (BYELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (Psa GasvrtLs TirsanIu CommPAeir.) [The following was published in an' extra ordinary issued from this oficeo early on Sun jay morning.] THE EEPERQ1y IAPOLEON TAKEN - PRISONER. 11AN0E PROCLAIMED ..A REPUBLIC. 'iRUSISIANS MARCHING ON PARIS. FLIGHT OF THE EMPRESS AND PRINCE IMPERIAL. LATEST DATES. Lo?rnor, September 5. ,:'The Bank o England has reduced the rate pf discount to 31. ' The rfollowing ia ginpi in consecutive O0. er, o,'ing to a dates..; ~'hreKing of Prusesi addreied a prclama j di't6' the French people, Mtating that the ,Germans' desire to live in. peace with the French. ge waves waging war against soldier' S:not against citizens, and if no hostiloe attempts were made against the German troops, the jqhabitantswould be protected. The King further issued a proplanation abolishing conscriptions in the ocpgpied ter ,ritory on the 15th. The King telegraphed that h' was victori :oui in the battle before Met;. " ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
Scab -Notie,a .MeB BHkEEP.t: n ther lrun cnowune nsi & ;s'rota o a al pear'o nrein foeecd with 80sgAI "' '" -. Warrenbayle, SepteinbrO -3, 1870 . " Scab Notico. ..,'.. LIiE Shoop kept upon the run knowan ae the T I Honeysuckle Station, and situated near Violot Town, ore intootodwit SCAIth b W. U.1 RALSTON;' 3)ti this 20ttli.day of Septmnber, 1870. SAiE ,iof,. CROWN LANDS:' by t'public •. auction willbo held at Eleoyano clock?f of T'?esday,'4th Octobe., 1870, at the ourthous, . Benalli, 9.T}i' followid? lo1?s will be offered : c i: : ,i n' o o ro , , T O?1n W I i,O T S . , ; , AvpneJ, county.aunnamed;rp?rislibfo IAvonl, tltuotw_ nahip of vpg:9 .onf '00 Jughcao Crock Upset price,,£B per acre. AllotlnntR 2l 1,'17, .bction 14.d 10 to ...2...... r p '. ... .ctio ,L ' ' oiunmpl, cpnnty,.uiaiti , pariah of Doolnate : ita towirnip of reiidilanepi onfthe r el' r' fi'"olm tbh" too. Usplod 'U'iel. ti price ?8 t'r pora'ce .AllotmoientSS, t,4idh 12, -1j~" : Couaty of Angloeseyparish of M...
THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 September 1870
THE .ENGLS1I MAIL. 'Thc noxt. Mall for Eugland,. the Contine?t of IEuro e, Insdia, China, '&.,.will close at: Benalla 'Foib rcisterad'Ittis and 1Saturday; 8t' Oct. money, orders . . i. lt 11 .m. For newspapers vBA South- ( Saturday, 8th Oct. ampton at 11 a.m. For ?Y rdinary" letters viA. Monday, 10th Oct. SouthamptonnMriseillesand at? For tnowspapers..vif Mlar- Monday,?lO0th Oct. Sillos and Brindisi t .. at 11.20 a.m. -N.lO.--Post-offi.o money orir ?s, payah!o in the Unotei Ktindou, will he'ohit:inahl.'at this office, ulo:tanl a.m:on'Setunrdav 8th Octobor , -I tlenla, September 20, 1870..