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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
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THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
it. L'Nt.LlSH MAIL. I"jit' 'a '.:ii,'L lId, tlh Contlnent of ;;:., 'hi4a, No., wVll close at IBuella r.& "', r.: lletters ad Sturday, 6th' Nov. oney orderns a t I a.m. "-'o1 :;ewniipir, 0tA South- Saturday, 5th Nov. ampton ' t II a.m. ,or s AMrinry letters vti) Monday. 7th Nov. esth"suptom'Marseilles and at Bradim 11.20 a.m. Y _Le P tilu Ma- M onday, 7th Nvw. -Pt-ofli monT ordors, paable io the ' sUrittl Kiandon, will bt obtaintble at Ibis lfoe, "p to I am. on Strday,8th November. Btssall,' November 3, 1870. -d•.- _
GREAT FIRE AT LYTTELTON, NEW ZEALAND. TWO THIRDS OF THE TOWNDESTROYED. £100,000 DAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
GREAT FiREEAT -LYTT1'ELTON ?b ]WI 4" " o.OO DAM ,I.1GE? ''" "t ' d' " An extra edition of the Grey Riverd w;gl . 5th Otober, publiuhes the following i Cusi'C uar casn, October 86:2' 'f A most disastrous fire occurred in "Lyttelton' ast 'night, raging' for upwards of. four hours. The entire blocli of buildings bounded by London straot, Oxford street,. Canterbury street, and Norwich Quay was destroyed. Two-thirds of the town has been laid in ruins, and a largo number of f;milies rendered houseles. iThe Ohs?stto6irch steamf ra.e ngin. was con?royd to Lytteltonby speciil tralin, and greatly asaisted, to stop the fire. All butchers' and bakers' shops, are destroyed, and food' hsu t be seat from bnristchurch this morniih. The 'estimated loss i 4100,000. The equieof (the fire iiunknowdti
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Nov. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
i:v ,,E..S,."NEW ,SOUTH.:WALES. ?. !?'. :'" ) ,ti. ,;fý, 'e,?- 2 " ..?" 1" . DrY . . 3;.or The dJovermout 'have iutroduced tho'ameided nfe·- l · The dTro ýYer - il th? ,(^;t .::,ote m i.u"ý The Tro aurer· CAJ that the .::'Gveratmenýt would not acdcptia `defeat, on th'e Budget Ms 'Miulteraal defeat .. ,
LATEST NEWS. (PER GREVILLE TELEGRAM COMPANY.) MELBOURNE, Nov. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
+r " C uiisi' tELE_"s ._ e?. . :h... b.. notice' of: -mortiOn for, :;?ueday affiriing ,ther principle of pigment of msmberr; " ' . "iiMr Mb'Qllooh noise' tljfath?"!olrame'had been receiid 'from!Nohliis ishounoliig that great d~i·ge' hild been :it?ctdd • bythe ldoods. T?e? ,GO 'EDnmout hat 'emi a...um.ber.. of eto ,' nd weleo about to send boats to the relief of thie hdhabitants.: " A bill .to amehd. the Borog??. ittte E :h1. been Y eadEa Orit b time.' ' I Prellminarly to the introduction of the Bidget; Mr Francis moved that supiy lie giante tli o Her Mtesty, and the House' Will go into' eom mintie of the whole .oTuep dy for T hit' purpole. A bUillto . oent the-a.t Property Act wao read a firt time, anocthe House adjournedntlla daWae hade bylond iithr. b te . Four young mbna hsve :bdaimr committed.for, erial for aiiti to nd atis bbtio th Kerre of t Bothaianm. .s a ,:,,. Ur: 'i rThefim''naly chtotgh intro d etting f n thB dt, bea fit by. 8turday.i , .si ,ib icHud. ,adi.onru il
BENALLA RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
*BENALLA IL ANFý1ii Pridoy, Ootober 28..0 .29 Saturday, October 2' 2 Sunday, OctoberlO ..10 M(ondiay October 3 . 001 Tuesdiay, Novooiber.1 . ,_... - . 0'00 Wcdaoooolay. FIorvomnfoopr 0; Thursday,-Noyomber3., J :.,t 71: , Y. 0 00 * Tota1?, " us Caiii LO ~I3 l5 * Total for monthof bOctober, 900 fInches. aougesis measureddaily at 1 p.m,
Commercial. BENALLA, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
HBIALU. November 3. F ,, pro . *. t r 10 10 . tO O O O l 0 0 perb b el 0 0 0 3 0 '1 ,. do .. 0 0 0 0 1 6 w' A4" .'40, '00 0 ,0 1 6e I. AE. A rLD, Octob? r 28. Sto.,?.do. . - 0 ^. . -. , k " 0 0 0 3 0 0 ',U .p.irb'ab" !I. o o 3 3 ' J?.l~t .do -' :... 0 0 0 1 - ' 0! 1nn"> v P- '" 0 '0 0! " 0 1 0 d'c0o00 0 1 3 0 0 0' .0.1 4
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
,JOH ?LAPRAkIK Vteriniar, Surg on, ' r.J,. BRIDGE STREET,: " u ran "on H-,,ad'.:- .c b -, irir .n.'X IS iune ' orse , and i' .ijCattle .7Medicines. -?:?'stations, "Firing, and all'opera tionsSakilfully performed, 'o the S. :.imost reasonable .terms ' , orses' '.boken,' to Saddle; and :. , arness, Side Sadale;, ac.,'` ! I . ;.To b'e i' the Fsahion"11 '; ..WILTLIAM F. GOTJLDIN ,i, S.'HlGH SBTREET, MANFIELD, " "' - 'T Mv G~ i OULDING' wishes ' to' lethis i friends i'' "'' know ' tli?it'froni the encouragement they have, gven him' ii"his' "Commercial. Store," JBridg'otricot', li" 'purposes .oponing'Ta branch "".eitahllshmen,' ln,:High-streot,c,where; Grocery; . Drapory .Ironmongery,'and everydoscription of General'lMolchandise of first,qualltycan be had , ;'on'the lowest'oasti terms. ,::n? ,l " :: !' , f S .' -W F. G [.would remind hise old customeralth'bt .'": the'moderate'prices now asked.for.goods inlbIanse, ^':i'lflold Ltayl.bePattributed,,to! thoocompetition he . introduced some el...
DESTROYING SHEEP. To the Editor of the Benalla Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
DESTROYING SHEIEP. rT oe. £ais r of the Beou Erioign. ! Sir,-I should take it as a great favour if you coild 'od nd room for the inoertionof a few lines in your useful'paper for the purpose of exposing the reckless and in many instances wilful des truction of sheep belonging to the surriunding squatters by some of the farmoers and splitters, the latter of whom especially are always supplied with meat, though how' they obtain it otherwise than by training dogs to catch the sheep is a mystery, as it'is a rare occurrence for. them to buy any. I think if the dog inspector were.a little more energetic in enforcing the registration fee there would not be so many mongrels running at large, administering to . the wants of a lot of usnprin lpled .pilferers at the squatter's expense.: I believe it to be the custom, when the Inspector makes a tour, for no one to own the dogs.' urely, in such a coo,he ought to be empowredl to, shoot them down at once. :. Yours truly,:,..; " ,:A, SUFFEERE. '
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Nov. 1. (Before Messrs Sharpe and Heath.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Nov. 1.; (Before Hwsaie Sha~ie oan Heat. , James Brown was charged with bein illegally on the premises of one Denis Nihil. with intent to commit a felony. ' Denis Nihbil sworn-Am a labourer, residing at Uenalla. Saw prisoner (a stranger) between I and 2 o'clock thin morning, below, the police station. Prisoner first came to my p'aee hbtween 11 and 12 at night, and I msw a man like prisoner about my premises. I asked what he wanted, but he gave me no answer, and went away. I get up and chased him. He had taken off his boots, which he left behind. I did not overtake him, and I then returned and went to bed. In about an hour I heard another noise at the back of my premises. I looked through the key hole, and saw the prisoner, who was close to the door. I went out, and saw the prisoner behind some bushes, who then ran away. I could not catch him. On my return I found a coat and boots behind the bush. The boots and coat (produced) are those I found. I sent ...
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 27TH OCTOBER. OPENING OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
eOt LB ý1k#di ýLA IVý;COO.NCIL. &lt;i pR RLI E'NT" OF .VIC'ORIA: t scrt 70ir .0 TivusnD?,: 27cM Oorroaat ,t' OPENING OF THE SESSION. .: ?jWIt'goiok his Itonotar Sit Redmond Barry, e 'a otluofl " comomlsslon issued by His Excel. t''lne the Govern6r; entered the chamber of the S-je-1?litie' Uoiunoil. The Clerk of the Council t lead' the, pirocltmatiotU convening the 'fourth us:: ldddf.the slwth'Parllament, ai:",.: i: , diiowai?s: The Ilerk~fthe Parliaruents annouhoed that t.the writs for 1870 hod been returned as follow: "?'-y JIqn. W,.Degraves, South Provined ; the HiuonJohn Cumming, South-Western Province ,ethe Hors: Thomas. M'Kellar. Western Provide ; theron .W. 8, F. Mitchell, Notharn Province ; " end the Hon W. Highett, Eastern ProvinceI Sihes.0lek.alqq uouounced that for the aentral SPro10oe ? toc.. 4te had been duly nomlnated, and that, i n' caosequence, no candidate wa ,.electedion.prstuarnS of the writ. . . t. noN0oro or r1ra5DNT. ;On'theOClerk' of the Parliaments ann...
Tuesday, 1st November. THE RECENT FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
Tuesday, let Novi : ?er 'l. , ; In reply to Mr Kitto, Sir Jame M't'Culloch said a deputation had writed on him .'soie time ago, and asked if the Government :'ould'pdaeo.? sum of money on the estimates for the pirpeo'eof, recouping those who had made lo-ses by fljoda. At:lhat time the amount of dantage done was smiil, and in his opinion such as might' easily have been made up by the local ibodles, and he therefore refused to accede to the requ's' bfth'er deputation. Since, however, 'there had beeti additional floods, and heregre?tted to'say a lrgo addition a lone. The Government now would deal with the subject. Hear, hear.). 'Ie ltoped, hosever, that in their turn the local bodies would exert' themselves and tax themselves to the utmost lit allowed by. law.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. - THiUBnAT, OO?r E.s97 . The' Speaker took: the chair at 2 p.m. At 4 p.m., the House resumned, when the Speaker, attended ! by the "Clerk of Parliaments, the Sergeant.at-Arms, and hon members, proceeded to the Conoeil huamber to hear the Govetoor's speech read. as xxrBs. . . The following new members wesre iworn in - Mr Wilberforce Stephen, bir Bamsay, and ?ir Mr Mackay submitted the Workmen's Lien Bill, which was read a first time, and the second reading fxed for Tuesday next. Tas oovmason'ie'0am a, Aoasus, AsID XUPL. The Speaker having read the speech delivered by His Excellenoy in the Comncil Chamber, -Mr manesy rose to move the adoption. of an address and reply, which was a mere echo of the speech. Mr' Finn. seonded the addrees, and the motiou was 'agreed to, a committee appointed, and an address drawn up and submitted. Mr Berry hoped that it would not ihe presseed.', Sir James M'Culooh said' he wouid foffer'no' opposition. - T'he adjournment of the'debate ...
ANOTHER FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
A~-OTHER FLOOD. A repetition of the great floods ree rbc& in our last has to be related, though' on this eccasie? the waters only reached to within 6in. of the highest level on the Tuesday 'pro. vions. As we apprehended on Friday l?st,' and predicted in our. issue of that dayr we have had to-endure the loss and-damage of a third great Sfld,. on this-occasion fllicg the hearts of the towniieojie with dismay, as it did not begin to rise till'.ab-ut:. E'ditock on Saturday, and the rain, which fell inceseiMaly from half-past 2 enon that.orning, did not cease till evening. The waterhad onlypartially subsided from the last food when this took place, and it was not expected that the full strength of the turbulent stream would be'iiz perienced till midnight, as news coad from Mansfield of the water there being 2ft, higher thin it had ever before been known; also, at 12 o'clock, that the special messenger of the .Jansfield. sdependent returned with the news that the water was thou ru...
MANSFIELD COUNTY COURT. Monday, October 24. (Before Judge Smyth.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 November 1870
f r UM SFpIEL CbmvTP COURT. S. e - Moiday, October 24. S (etfore Judge Smyth.) I llerphly viloomlel-At' the silting of the court this morning, fr ,OLeary applied for his discharge on behalf.of thedefenduat, who, on Saturday, was sent to gaol for a month ?or'prevarication. The action had been:breoght.for £59 l1e, money received by the defendant- on behalf of the -plaintiff. The defendant was examined as to his means of paying the money on Saturday, when he denied that he had any property, but be sphsequently admitted that he had sold mining scrip since the summons against him had been served. lHe also said he had made a present of seven shares to one Ayres, and he was then starving. In answer to the judge the defendant admitted that the transfer was made to Ayren in order that the shares might be takeo care of uatil the trial was over. Upon hearing. this, and the defendant having previouly said he was in a starvring state when proceeded against, the learned judge committed him fora m...