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BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, September 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 September 1869
D ENALLA SHIRE COUNUCIL. Wednesday, September 8. The President (Mr. G. Slharpe) on taInking the chalmir, stated thant since their last meneting the Benalla iRoad Board led bleen proclaimed a slhire, and congratulantedi tho oelers upon tieoe clhge, ileh lic e felt certain would be of considerblee henefit to the district. There were also present Crs. Hoskin, Sullivan, Sieson, cand IRoo. Tihe minutes of the previous meeting were read, and, after an objection by Cr. Simsonl hled ben overruled, confirmed. CORRIESP'ONDRINCE. From Theoms S. Powell, Samarin, requesting the eBoard to recommend ia petition to the Board of Land and Works (enclosed); piltylig for a Unlited Verdon Agricultural Area Farmers' Coennon, and to grant the intervening portion of the Lima run for thalt purpose. Cr. Simson hIaving ascertained that no plan of the lald applied for accompaniedl tilhe petition, obljected to its being recommeended. lie did not know thle llot. ments named in tilhe petition, inor did lie believ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 September 1869
)MW9 me l W 6 WERA &4 General Storekeepers, HIGH STREET; MANSFIIELD,' *t rli nig taI lns AN liSenral "istrooagiso lrp torn 'bogto call, thef Sroceies ;Diapery, ,lrnfongery, -Boots; Crockery, 'Sttionery, + .;Fancy Goods, .Garden; Seeds, a:&c.4o. Their chargos will be found mdot moderate'beinga liutr lia alight advanc on Melbourio&'colt ad carringe for heavy goods, while for DRAPERY, &c., adfavourablo campterison can be made with the Mlolbourno retail prices. C Ouatomore will find the strictest attentioen paid to business, aid all orders, howevor small,. carefully attended to. Ploughs; Harrows, Bar Iron, and. Timber is Stoolk. OATs, nRAN, AND CUAFF. I.' WAL KER9 HIGH STRE ET, MANSFI ELD rv'he very .Best Liquori sof Every Desc iption -DTDlO; I ©.; ©'?·1U;= ~.L~Le Good :S tabling.g Billtiards! illiards!!' -a me in at iT ' t jr N ME N SFIEfLD. F:27'[ laGDidKAD p "p @CPG°ttT@R,9 B aES to inform the Public that he has at his Establishment the only Billiard T...
MENSFIELD, September 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 September 1869
m.&mFtum, or~temIci. e, nai9 nnnvlnangto noto n thian arlcot - 1tu1nng prices nre 11ggur;prto . 1.ý01 nt.a s3o0 0 '1'nate 0o O0 8. 0 ,0~ _ .Azwhat, per'iinibeL 0 0 t; _ 0. 20 `0 -' lran' 8n 0o= ).-0 t- 1. 0 Pollard do. 0 0 0 0 1 0 tPt, er, pr 'L 0 -,0 , 2 0 3,3ecen. do 0 010 0 0.1 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 September 1869
I IIPOUNDINGS:: 1.-r s ALEXANDRA Tmpu-ded sat Alexandra hlesnutimare st, off hind leg whie, collar marked, awhitaspot on thigh li,i under saddle near side To be sold on 8th September. LEX&NDR. Impounded at Alexaudra frown lior star and snip, 11 over 8 rear ;r? .shoulder, JIf off ebhouldeir. -',. 'flay filly, bJ near shoulder - To besold on 10th September. . ' ALEXANDRI-Impoudoedat Alexandra "7th '~August Iay mare star D near shoulder rown mare foialat foot, O near.: shoulder Glalymare; T over .,aear shoulder'.` .dlock filly, no visible brand ':o$ay modr, 0C oe nensr shoulder, illegible roaed off shoulder" :'To boe sold o0 20th septlmber. IEliCHVORIrIl-Impounded at Bfochlooith Boouogh' Peind C ossut mare, bapdedo 0 over 00 reorlulder Toe sold on "0th Septomber BflNALLA .Impounded at leuasl 'lay1 m or tar oft hind foot swlite, near hip down; TJ near she ulder a. 'hey maroe collar marked, ANPoffneclk }lay horsostnr, off hind foot white, collar markod, IE near shoulder. JO off a...
RHAPSODIES BY MOONLIGHT. Narrative of a Visit to the "Man in the Moon.' [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 September 1869
RtAPSODIES BY MOONIG HT. iy AN. OD .Owe . Narrative of a Visit to 0the; Ilan in the Moon.' .You are aware thft your old Owl got very drunk at the election, but I hauve not as yet told you of what bofol me in consequenco of my excess. You have board of a quality called Dutch courage. Ito is the essence of Scotch whiskey, or indcod of any other alcoholic stimulanot. It is an artificial virtue, and during its effervescoonce it is ofoten mistoken for the real stuff; but when it evaporates the individual it has temporarily inspired becomes the most pitiable, contemptible spectacle in humanity. Under its influence the lBatlit Nicol Jaryie did a deal of true man's ser vice;,in the Hightland oshanty, with a plough coultor, and hlad James II., in the absoece of kingly courage, been possessed of it, history might have written a different story'of the Boyne. Theo Guolphs would still be jaurnyeymne cut throats under the Kaiser or Bismarok tthe last of the Stuarts, instead of sleeping -under the...
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 September 1869
AGRICULTURE, &o. (Fanoar "Tun EconoMarIS.") The business in broadslettff has been more lively, than we havre had occasion to notice for weeks. Flour is firm at £14 10s, Victorian brands. Adelnide is commanding a trifle higher. Wheat is still very scarce, and good milling samples are worth from Os lid to tiGs lid. There is a good demand for oats at 4s Gd, and maizo com mands about the same figure. Barley, If good and clean, is worth is Gd. Dairy produce is slightly in advance of last week's prices. lMost welcome rains have fallen siocs our last issue, and tihe spirits of our farmers have wonder. fully revived. We hopo- the rainfall has been general, and from what we gather from our usual correspondence, we believe it this; though rein has not reached to nearly tihe average fall at this season of tho year, it has been suficient not only to refresh our growing crops, but to enable the polato-plantning and spring-sowing to he pushed on wvith vigour, if we may judge from tihe qu ...
MANSEFIELD STOCK REPORT. September 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 September 1869
S* 'Mq'NSI'ELD STOCK REPORT'. S' '" September 3. 'h Doulff ri'hes us&lt; with te following ns the Sruling prices:- . . -Fat Cattlle-Tlullocks, LO to T.8; cow-, LS to ..L6 Iat Sheep-Cross-hreds. 14s tol5,4 ; neri - '':ioee, 7s to'8s. GOood store cattle, smill lots. eqtal sexes, are worth L3; good store wothersE, , S ': VW OAIGATTA, Soptemboer 3. tlour, per ton ... -12 0 0 to £12 I' 0 Wheat, per hshl ... 0 ;5 0 0 5 3 .Oata .-do 0- 0 0 0 6 0 Rran do I0 0 1 2 Pollard do 1 I 0 1 0 I Potattepe; lpr ton ... n 0 0 0 00 Jfy, pr to,' 7 . 0 o 7 0 Routter (fresh) 0 2 0 0-.2 3 t1o (pottdl);; : ,: .... 0 ; 0 : 6 s, por,?dez: .. . o o.o . , 0 . n *Pacon, perlb. ' - 0. , 0- 0 1 0
MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 September 1869
MANTSFIELD S1IIIE COUNCIL. Wednesday, September 1. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Coun cil was hold to-day, the members in attcndance bcing the President, and Crs. Kitchen, Chcnery, Baldry, Tomkins, and Cotter. The minutes of the previous special and ordinary meetings were read and confirmed. Tho Council complained of speeches being reported in the minutes, and it was suggested that the practic should be put a stop to, as Councillors,did not requi'e to hear oeverything that was said at previous meetings; besides which, it was taking up ait considerable amount of time needlessly. , Cr. Kitchen.romarked that a very one-sided account appeared in the minutoe-book of the discussion on the dismissal of the Secretary. Other members noticed a good deal was said on both sides that was omitted, so that the fact of recording the speeches answeored' no pur pose whatever. Thore was, however, no oh jection offered to the confirmation of the minutes. One or two emendations were made in the m...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 10, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 September 1869
b1 eun In I:enL~.~i~,g P-ilaked Fikly. EIENiALLA FlIDAY, SEPT. 10, 1869. 'ne disceoory of payablo gold nonr Iletialla may bo looked i'pq psan estabisbed fact, nor phall wo be too sangqun ius expressing our beliof.that it is a foot, aftor the rcpeated oex periments maode during the past weeko. We refrainod from making known the whole truth last week, because all the arrangements hied not been completed, andbepauseitwqs pnly fairthat thoo by whose energy and skill those results wore obtained should bo thie irst to Lave their choice of the ground to w orkl upon. Now that feloir irrupgemeits nromasle ndl thoe ground vir tually secured, there is no longer occasion for anyroservo. Sometirno ano woilrwattention to the dsirability ofworking the alluvial ground adjoining the reefs near einalla, because we believed the trial then Imado prs not conclu sive and that there was no real reuon for abalndoning the ground, and the several yash ings which have now been effected prove that those remark...
MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 September 1869
M.·ANSFIELD. :"I eMany complhints have reaghed' us hhvsg :reference not only to the difficulties oca sioned by the r ceijpt and pay ofllieobetg stationed at such ant out-of the-wayplace as Wood's Point, but also to the way , in "which the duties counected with the office are now discharged. It certainly seems, very absued 't. fix '-upon, a place so remote as Wood's Pointundollbtedly. is for an office of so important a natuire, and we would eiiggeihbt to the authorities' the, advisibility of having: a receipt and paiy office here, and fdr:the good and sufficient reason that many' other townships would be greatly benefited if such 'a conure as ive here suggest.were, adopted. i We have been supplied with information relative;t. ,tlieinakipg up of the electoral roll for 1809, it' the 'Mansfield division'.of the Eastern Province. The number of rate. paying electors on the roll is 122, of Which. .Mansfield contributes 738 names, Jamieson '"1T,-Wod's. Point 15,"'the-Darlhigfordsiub 'divisi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 September 1869
P OPULAR ENTERT AINM E N T, .. M :W alte: SlieiWjn. .ROYAr HOTEL' B E'N LLA, TO-MiOROW '(SATUIDAY) EV.ENI[O, CoU?E?iNoao AT EIaTo?p .. -:(Front Seats, 4 ;'. Back Seats, 2s. "..r;---------- L Benalla.County Court. NOTI CE is hereby given that the day for hold ing the County Court at Bonalla is changed froth the 1Iht. to:the 17th day of November next. By order, ......, HEINRY CARIGE, .... Olerk of Cort,. Benalla Cricket Club. ' A GENERAL MEETING of this Club will be held at the,, Royal HIotel; 3eoalla, on Moniduy'i veidng next, at Eight o'clock p.m., to rqv'isoethe rules, at. which all members are re. qteoted to o prescent -.: i Secretary. lWEDNESDAY,' 2Grm SEPTEMBER. , , a .b . ?'·r ,; , .- B N A L L A . : . : . :':": Freehold. Properties: ,? AL EX ONE H S hoen favouriod with insiruction' froin th'e :' Executors in theo' tatd Of' the late -E. B. Green, Esq,, to sell' by Public Anction,;at on the above datethe follodiiig' valiabloe reo hold Proporiles,-vizi : ' - ; : . : Al1otmonot 8i...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 September 1869
MELBOURNE PRODUCE AIARKIT. hf. jl'Cnw and Another report, for 'the week jeiding 8th.8eptembii, 1869 :- Ti Theiý market fori whent and, flour, has. till an . npward:tendency. Best, countr!thranls of the '"Intter are ihd~nh)nd'at;ip ti'l£14 17r'.6d -nt which rate'wd*'l4tittei' some 30 tdifo'f Allanir SOx'ey miill, .at the sale tody., .," 'heiiat rpeli(es rether ligh'rif te« in p"npor. tion than flour.. We disposeed .ofi; asbout ,000. . hushel,'New'Zeialan'd, to a'l'r'iriýpcr'stcancr end saillop vessel, at s 6 d delivery tokentfroir ship's side, and were offered'l?, for 2,d?0 buiiseli o Vic toristi.'' .iA j .-un rcC t is. - .,Oat. are firm n a sha'de ovor lant.~eek's rates; .hbae disposed of several parcels,Taamiuinn and -New Zealand at up to 49 7 ' . " : .Bran and pollard are in cood requoe at late rate ,w:th a turn in favour.of peblq?e '' , '?Mpalz'hai advanco1 soniomel per bushol piuce our-la.trepor , W - liiil'i;Eiharley we note a little more in quiry, altth nh prices have not impr...
MELBOURNE. September 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 September 1869
I' "-MELBOURNE. (Fnoa OUR oWN owCORnEsronDEx?.) September 15. The principal topic of conversation during the week has been the position of the Minis try, and Parliament-square on Tuesday after noon presented a very lively appearahice. The rush for orders. to the Speaker's Gallery was very great, and as. the: doorkeepers on this occasion weroe moreo exacting than usual, it tended to mnako things more exciting. Long before tlhe Slieaker's hour arnrived the galleries were crowded, and tlio'House at once plunged into something exciting on Mr. Langton's motion sbout the 0yango Society. Mrr. Lahor seemed to be in an excellent mood to lash out against any one who;contradicted him, and lie was vore sovoroe both on. Mr. Higinbotham and the Ohief SecrEfary, isnsisting on keeping :pose session of the floor of thie House,' and quite overruled"the Speaker in his attempts to put hini down; Mr. Lalor, -when he" does speak, which is seoldom, is a perfect master of.. invec tive and his sarcasms are ...