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MANSFIELD STOCK REPORT. November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

'AXANSFIELD'-STO0Q1 REPORT.. S November]pI.. "r fDuff furnishes us with the following u the iutiag prices Store bullocks, £3 10. to £4; store cows, 2.210* to £3 ; fat hullosck, £6 to £9I fat oueis 1E?to £7; fat sellp, , ab to 9 ; store sheer, no S-poles lately.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MANSFIELD, November 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

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Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Monday, November 21. (Before Mr. Sharpe.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

"`'" 'BENk ALtL"aPOLIOE 'COURT. " re - ..unt :: ",?." Monday, November21. r-? ;,rr,.+ ,". (Before Mr.Sharpe.)j:. ohbný.Hookey wals flod 5s, or in default 24 %holirm' imprisonmnebt, for being-drunk and dle. ;orderly. ?'? ý'Tuesday, Novembor '2. ' ? (Before iMesers Ihare and Henry.) ,Jame Bond, ofs Burns, for indecently. ex posing bhiifl4, .ýwa sent to prison for 48 hours', and forebselb drunk and diseordrly was flood 5., or 24 hours' imprisonment.. Frasois M'Doioell v :Charleas Bake J yNo p earance. . ,. Pat?ck Ryan v Emery-No apopearance. " Th. ; Bench grateld an 'applcation by Mr IIchsrd Peoard Boger for in suctiooeer's liceoose.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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MELBOURNE. November 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

MELBOURNE:` (PROM, oU ow'( co daFOeiLR 'pS.Tr.). The w h - Noveminber 23. "The.weather rtil' aTdinuies very 'useltled,andt the street. have been floetod srserv;eil'timesJurin~ the week. Th?re has ibeen scarcely soy summer" as let, arnd how the eheop shearing has got on with so much rain is a;mystery. The branch mail steiamer arrived adt Adelaide on blooday morning,. and as.usuaL tie. Ardusy office was benieged hours before the extrordllnary madaits appcarace.: The Age Cmtnage~i 't' issue a copy of the morning's paper,' with just a few" .items of news stech as had been exhibitodat the. A* u.eoffibe, for which the modles.sum ofls. was charged until the "sell" 'was foifnd. out, when. inany were' he' eicomiRm passed o' the- conduct of the manager,'of. thaer Agqfr.retaciting.to such. :a paltry trick.. , " - The Assembly last nirghtihatd' avery bury time of it. Mr Vale, with his usual assurance and. gentlemnsiy feelirng, '.howered'rbroadbast charges of. felogy.and compoundiarg .ot.felonya...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, November 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

SOUTH: AUSTRALIA.. ADEnarAm , aovembor 24. SMr.l Hutton, tlio:iUder-Treasui?r, ivho at tempted to commit suicide by, tiakiu poison yesterday, cut his throat to-day and died. SOn: .Vednes'day lost a ltile child in DMans. feld abou two' yeU?i old nidiaged- to get hold of some esseneo of jargonolle pear, a ohemical preparution, and made itself ? seriously ill. Dr Reynolds was called in, and administered the necessary remedies.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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PARIS BOMBARDED. SPECIAL TELEGRAM FROM THE AGENTGENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

'.;~.iPARIS BOMBARDED. SEOIAL TELEOBAM FILOM THE AGOE?.. G;A 'E' RAL. '. Th e Government are . in.. receipbj of as special despatch fromwMrNýVrdon, datel 2nol November, giving the following. important in f'ormntion ns to the intentions of: the English Government and. the commencement of the actua bombardment of.Paries, . ": .. Loid Orativille considers:thereis no pre .set p! obability that England will beinvolved, in -war. Admiralty. cannot undertake to keep steamer at Galle. Government think. your- agent should . deterinie if special steamer should be sent; but saya, rest assured. if war occur;, or threateni hIn effortwill beo spared to give warning and protection. The fortress of Mttz surrendered uicouditionally on the 29th October. 173,000 prisoners, in cludine 10,000 wounded ;40,000,000 francs, iin: military, chests;. and 2,000 guns,.wrre captured by the Prussians, -Armistice. nego- tiations: brokeneoff. : Bomblrdment of Paris, commenced on the lst November. .. ... , .. g. "Go. ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

, THE ENGLISH MAIL. Tbhine:it-: latlforEugland, thseCootineni f - Eu?oS, India, China &a., will close at Benalla afollows:-, . ,+ For registered letters and~ Saturday, 3rd Dec. ??: .- : money orde " at II s.m. p.. or newspapers vi. Booth- Saturday, 3rd Dee. -ampton at 11 a.m; For ordinary letters viL Monday;?'th Dec. BsonthaemptonMrsleilles and . . at S Brindisi ) 11.20.a.m. For newspapers vi, M1e. Monday. 5th Dec. seilles and Brindisi at I t.90 am. N.B.-Pbat.ol .e money orders, payable in the S:United Kingdom, will be obtainable at this oflicee =: .up to I a a.m. on Saturday,3rd December. Benalla, November 24, 1870.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

TG BUSBSCRIBEIES. Subscribers cannot discontinue the paper in ti the middle of a quarter. .Remittances' may- be made? ip postage A '*mps, or by P.O. order.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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SPECIAL TELEGRAM. LONDON, Oct. 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

LoaboN*, Oct.%1. hlie t3ermth hi id -h Met*t i aty -I generals, three thousaidh gutsi , atit ;totty millionsbf franc weore take - ,n At Tours, bthefrenth Goaethitct have issued a?- proslasnoati hrlitargt ng;) Bataine With: trouo,:a itt plfulatig fNq1; monstration before commencing the bonmbard minet of Paris to-morrow.• The Frencl: fleet has returned to w?atch the monuths of the Elba. ' The Frano Tireurs .are..harassing the Germans in their rear. The Geriman forces in ances are estimated at six hundred and fifty thousand , '' The Freinci electiohs are posatpose' inde finitely oawing to thei ~wr.` The French loan is quote4 at Lgndon at three premium. : TheGermanshavebiirnt the village of Ablis as a punishment for :the treachery of , ts inhabitants. Amiens has been captured.: : M'ont .idier has also beeo captured, and. a contribution! of fiftyr thousan? .franca imn. pdsed. :: ' ,A coe?trbutioso of two million france has been imposed on Chateai d'Un, hartres, and St. Quentin, Tlhe 'Gre...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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LATEST NEWS. (PER GREVILLE TELEGRAM COMPANY.) MELBOURNE, Nov. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

B ELECTRIC TELEGRPH.II. ,. zPsI Gr- vILLE TELEiGAEM. Cl-PHrA .), S": ELnouRn,: ov. 24. The Legislative'Codicil had pnassd theo?-n solvency, Real Property Amendmont, and tho Board of Agiculturo Abolition Bills ? The wesathef ielno ? 1 ". , Five thousand piaclgos of Congou; teas were sold at auotion to-day. The biddinga were not spirited, prices ranging fromi d. to. . 6?a . per.lb. - . In the Legislativo Assembly, numorous pe titions wero prosented on the subjecti of the Wines, Beor, and Spirits: Bill. .Mr. Miohio moved its, second; reading, defending the bill in a good speech. ,Tlh bil will!prlobablj pass with ameondments. In tho case of the Queen v. Capes, a director of the Aladdin- andTky Agaiin Coinpany, the: oonviaticn was quashed.L l 0 .

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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HORRIBLE OUTRAGE BY A FRENCH MOB. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

HORRiIBLE OUTRAG1i BTA FRENCHl MOB. We. are. informed that M. do- Moneys d'Ordires,! proprietor of the. chateau, of Bratanges,; one. of- the most . considerable personages of the country, had been attacked by the populaee;;'aid -burned alive on. the previous , evening, on, the. fair green of Hautefaye,.near Nontron. .=According to re liable information, it seems that some un known person had spread a zeport'in the.fair, at about 4 in the afternoon, that M. do Mloneys had cried 'r Vive la Republique, a has I'Em pereur," and that he was sending:monoy, to Prussia to make war upon .s.. .Presently about 500. people from neighbouring com munes assailed I. de eaillard,,a landed proprietor at Beaussace and M. de Moneys, who, were .in, a yard separated from the fair by a narrow rodd. M3. de Maillard contrived to escape, but they rushed on 3£. de Moneysi, seized him, struck bhim, and dragged him to the end of the village,, crying '?'Vive 1'Em pereour : Vive la Francel ". ",We muet hang him. f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

r Notice. . A LOCAL LAND BAIRD will be lholden at the Olurthouseo, Ionaels, at Ten .o'oloec on Wednesday, the 14th day of December next, to r investigate applications for licensee to occupy ro ° land under part 2 of the Land Act, 1869. vi T.W. PINNIGER, District Survey5ir. I District Survey Office, .. " e Benalla;'November 24,1870" di SHIRE' OF BENALLA. 1 ENiERS will be received up to Ta o'clock a on iVddaesdab, the 30th day of November General repairs to? the Buodalpng-road, and to tbo approaches to the Three-mile Creek a , Bridge, Oxley. Pl ans- ad secitl tirnsa of the wi:ork can be T seen at the Council Ofice ",. - : ;'tBy order of the Council, ; 6:., i ,· . : ".:: ... t... 'j DONNELL, . Secretary . is Benalla, November 17, 1870. "' ' Loyal Benalla Lodge, MU.I.0.0F. a itakin.d Cone?e?w*t e r ',i - . , AN D " a? AMATEUR THEATRICALS f In behalf of ;the Mechanics' Instituteo, a:TUESDAY,DEOEBIBER EI-,1870. 0. Further particulars in a future adv?rtisement.. he 'ITrinity Church Benalla...

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WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

W: ANGARATTA. S-:-Tb-The'lowlog prices are the Average of .thrao qjuoted-by the prlinip4!p'i Wi - t NH'our per ton - ...0-.. 0 . totll 1 0 ,WVhpatý per husheb .1. O 3 0 0 3 6 c 0Mma'do do ..:` ,..' -0 2.-8- 0.;3 6 tIran do do. 0 0.8 0 0 9 j'ullard 'do.. -...0 0 0 0 1 0 1ioy, per too'... .2 10 0. 3 0, 0 j'otatat dot.........8.0 0. 0 7 0.0

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GROWLER'S GULLY. November 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

-QGROWLER'S GULLY.' ii (a eoo n owr conROmPONDOOT.) . ... ,November 22.:'' e We have had another great day here owing to the e christening .;of the .lot Chance Company's machine" ie which took place on Saturday, ' about 2 o'clock, when f ncarly 200 persons attended,-·Mniss Gaffney being the young lady appointed to peform'tho. ceremony, which was dono in the usual way (byhbreaking, a bottle of ' ehampagno); declaring the name of the big baby, "The ormann Victo ry." Thbtov wofollowedby loud cheere, and a volley was faid frog nsven rifes, wailst masic of " all kindwos cdcrtiflly' playin ." Thoe rattling of the 0t tampers and blwvg of steam was n oi w anor thing in1 Sthi locality. Evrythid,' rkd.in grand. style, ,and Swill nodoubt give great' satisfaction to its owners, and the publio at large. - anting on the green was at last if rsorted. to, and kept up with great spirit Refresh Smenth of all kinds wore in abundance. -Two barrels of g ber.were at the diosal oef all who chose to partak...

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TRIAL OF GERALD HENRY SUPPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

TRIAL OF GERALD HENRY SUPPLE. :Gerald Henry Supple was tried for the second time, at the' ('riminal Sessions, on 'Monday, for shooting at and wounding, with intent to murder, Mir G. P. Smith. His Honour the Chief Justtlce presided. The same evidence was,given as on the previous occasion,, and as then the prisoner, who defended himself,. refrained from eross. examining any of the witnesses. On the care for the Crown beingconcluded, he addresoed.a speech to .the jury, which was very similar to that'he delivered at his last trial. lie raised the same objection that he was illegally in the deali, having been already triod,-conviated, and:tooencoed to death,, as he maintained, for the same offence I with which he, was' now charged; the death of Waleh, having been caused, by his attempt; to shot Air Smithl. After.an abasece ofabout:n hour, the julry returned into'court, and, amidst profound sllence, pronounced the verdict of guilty. The prisoner then asked that Iis care might be furtherre...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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LOSS OF H. M. S. CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

LOSS OFU H. IM. S; CAPTAIN. 4"Adiiral Sir Alexander. illue reports ai fol. ' ow i -" Lord Warden, at Bea,o .ff Cape Fin-' itf rh e 7th Septemberl 1870.-?ir,-It haE ;been D pay ifpal duty to forward> by Her Majestya' team vessel Psyche to Vigo the followiin.tele gram, transmitted to the Lgrde Commiselorersof the Admiralty, reporting:the .sad lossof .Her Majesty's Captain, with all honds,-viz.:-Yes. terday mornolong, the 8th instant, I went on board to inspect the Captain, with :C.ptain .Brandreth -and my flag lieutenant, and visited most minutely every part of her. At 1p,m. a'trial 'of, sailing w'ith the sllips of the squadron named in the :margin 'was commenced and continued, until 5 p.m., when the recal was made. The direction :'or the wind was S.,' by W.-. IForce about six - some of the ships carrying their royals during ",,the whole time, Captain included, . At 4 o'clock the breeze had freshened, and the trial of the -Captiti, whch at first-was nine and-a -half, in. creased to...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

JOHN :LAIPRAI, K a ..teri a argy0 Sugr : :?- DG ,. 1STREETi?i '. "A always on Hand -n' EXTENSIVE J. ..... STOCK of : Genuine .Horse., ;''nd Oatiations, firing;"and all' opera !tiones siki]fllgy, perforfed, 'ithe most reasonable t'erms,. i i 'se' ;l brokenl to rSaddle and, .: a"arness,: Side 'Sad'dle;&: To b 'ii the easlioni. t ;, W' W ILLIAM~.?:T'... r GOULDIN G, .i ,u .1..GH.;STItEET, .l1At4 ,IELDI,', W-?1 I.' GOULDING wishes; to Iot his friends r 'i; ,'," .i,hknowthbat. from the encouragement they , ,;have ,given ;him. in his. " Commercial, Store," Brldga.street,~;ho ' purp'oses' openliig a ' brench aitohblhmont in Hligh-streat, wheren ' Grocery, Drinpy" Ironimongery,' and overy description of General' Mbirchndise of ifirst quality can be.had -'on theloweavtcash terms. .. L, , W. F. G. would remind his" nld quetomors that Stho moderate prices now aekod for goudd il'eiis S,.sd e;may bo attriited ? to toh o ompitien! he Sintroducod iste foe'yoar' d gob,:aid' wlth.'their ikn'...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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ADDITIONAL MAIL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

-ADDITIONAL MAIL ITEMS; S'A proclamation of the Government at T Tours announnes that the capitulation of hi Mietz.wis obtaiiied through the treachery of at Buzaine. Itexpresses its determination to of resist while an inch of French soil remains. t When the' caitiilatien became known the ni inhabitants- wee furious. ' The National Guard at first refused to deliver their arms. b - Bazaine has gonosto Wilhelmshoe, but the b populace hooted lim on his leaving, anid' at- si tacked his carriage. h One hundred and fifty thousand prisoners, is Including 20,000- woudnded, were' taken at " Metz, Marshals Baizaino, Canrobert, and Lo d Blcuf being also captured. . o Dreadful consequenoes are progiiosticated o by the Prtisians on account of the soarcity of provisions in and aroundParis. .: The 'Prussian corps, are ovqrrunning o 'Fsi nee'" ' - ( '- ,. S :. Orleans has been stotosed and, ocuped, t and. the invasion of.Bourge& an: d 'Tours is threatened. SThe' siege' of Thionville, ull'ezer...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

LATLTEST NEW'S. Englandl has not yet-reconieed the R-b. pubtll. M hIr Gladstone, replying to a deputa. tion on the suLject, said; until France herself. ha? recognised her new, insttutione,;t wiwas not for England to'do so. ' The ohief'events of th month are the fall of Strasbourg, the inveStment'of Paris, and the pence negotiations-wlth Jules Favro through Lord Lyons, who demanded an inter. view.with Bismarck. At this interview -Bismarck demanded, as the price of an armi tice; that Straebourg Toul, nnd Verdun should be placed in thr hande of the Germans.. This Favre refused, and the negotiations were consequently broken off. Bismarck declared he did not believe in. the continuance ofany peace,as Fiance would' naturally want to avenge herself. Strasbourg surrendered on the 98th, a breach having been made and everythin being ready for aetorm. . Seventeen.thouiand soldieas surrendered, but were allowed' the. honours of war. The celebrated Cathedral is not much damaged by the bombardmen...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870

; ENl. ISH - A' l ...(BY ELECTRI TEALEGRAPHf.) .(Pea GaEvIrTa's TTLEGaA5t.COAPoANv.)ý. " !frE WAR NEWS. IMPENDING ARDBOTIBAID.I) h OF THi FORTS .AND,. CIT OF PARIS. S-.,,.SUCCESSFUL SO TIE BY -.rti "THE lRTTSSI S,' DRiVEN JB3A1O, - , -: , . ? ,. A TI A B.-- - - - . 11 l ? " . , ) S F.P RIGHTING AT ST. QUENTIN . 2'OAPITUOIATION OF O METZ,"";, - CAPTURE OF IMPORTANT FRENCH :"i . . 'TOWNS.. 'I USSIAr S PREPARINGTO WINTER IN,: FRANCE. he Englisel mail steam'er~ias telegraphed SotI Clenelg at'9.1O am; to-day. The fol. Awig s the neiws as transmitted to ius LoNnDXe, Oct. 2 . -- he Queen has consented-to the marriage of P'rincess Louisa to the eldest son of the ,lkse of Argyll: T'he~Ain'ericqn General Lee is' dead. Th?er hueas been indecisive fighting in the, 'Vogee. The 'Germans marched on Neut .riasiclk, and its bombardment was com enoaced. The garrison made several suc ces.ful sorties on: the: ~1st,. killing and ' 'biindi " two hundred of the besiegers. . lThe steamer Cambria has'been w...

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