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The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, NOV. 25, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870
S bUAsheud Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, NO. 25, 1870. S.Fo a considerable time peat . r. RoBnaE aucs, far ner near Bunalla, haa beau trying to get certain lands thrown open for selection 'in the par esh of Rothesay, eituated on th' nin of M'OcLoca and SGa r.aLwith a view to uslng the same for agriculeural settlement. Ho was perer able to succeed until the Hon. J?xEa [Vurst bopaie Ereaei4 of thle a oad of Lands and Survey, when the allotments were Th ordered?to s opened, thedate being the let th of January, 1870; but ; eLa rdsDepartment w subsequently issued an order that' no land an was to be selected during the month of Jan- i uary, BaRes applied to be allowed to selctc these allotments on the 1st ofFebruary, when, he to his great surprise, he found they had been i rserved, Bareso then brought the matter bn petition before the local Land Board Wh oh sat a at ienal on the 29th of April lsat, when he a discovered that the land referr?e to hid been reserved on account of a deilaration hav...
MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870
MANSFIELD. &nbsp; . 'F.no,· n. Ta?i?eNDeP END ENT. : On Tuesday.last Thos. Mitchell, a miner, met with his death at Dry Creek, through a quantity of earth falling in upon;him whilst he was at work in',his claim. He was working alone at the -time, and how the earth fell in Is not known. Being missed from his hut by some other miners they went in searoh of him, and found him buried in the claim.: On Monday, the 14th inst, the first of the annual matches between Mansfield and Alex andra, at Alexandra, was a decided victory for the latter. The weather, although un favourable, was in the latter part of the day very fine, which, coupled with the fact that the business people of Alexandra closed up and made a holiday of it, induced the in habitants to gather on the ground, in great numbers, among whom the ladies showed in fair proportions, and by their presence enlivened, the dull parts of the game.. As an instance of the growing interest taken by the inhabitants of both districts ...
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Saturday, Nov. 19. (Before Messrs. Rowe, Chenery, and Kitchen.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 25 November 1870
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. &nbsp; &nbsp; Saturday, Nov. 19. (Before Messrs. Rowe, Chenery, and Kitchen.) &nbsp; D. M'Diarmid v. James Quayle.- A summons for absconding from hired service. Mr. O'Leary appeared for the complainant. Duncan M'Diarmid deposed that the defendant had signed a written agreement to serve him as a farm servant for eight months. On the 8th of November the defendant left after serving for 15 weeks. The wages were 15s. a week. The defendant had received £3 &nbsp; 9s. 5d. &nbsp; Hugh M'Diarmid, son of the last witness, proved that the defendant had been in his father's service. &nbsp; The defendant wished to have the case postponed to &nbsp; get legal advice, but the Bench declined to allow the postponement. The defendant then said that the reason he left was because he had not proper place to sleep in or to live in, and had not proper food. On cross-examination the defendant said he complained to Simon M'Diarm...
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
, The breadetuff.g.markot u-s not ,soipaa? o a it. was antiolpatod it would bo after the late damagu iag rains to growing wheats,:and uasreports: are daily reaching u'oftheo'ipreenoe and spread. of rust, both to tInea aud c8a luptn eucoloulei '' otir' Ja uuaw q.od ip t from.~lq Oi10 ,itq £12 , sI.s rWheati are soarce; and 5ji 9?it th? highoast figuroe given for middOlltng'eamfp n Oat? are:moviog off at froma 35?Id Iop t,1 and inatrzitrom-'4s ld "to ; Althlough very favourable:tolegrancs hav bean ecoivod ifroam Adelaldo'l ,tely?ioftheowh ost cro ps Itappeais?r~tt Ut?y 'onily hadbroe'reonco'ato ipad hias bes anytblaog,boutflvoiurable to; thea nearly, rille'iease oi tiboeast and slothl eastcoutieos, o that"ncoaijo. Larii aa t llying otweuli tra, thbalLiyniand tho Lae,abous Peolt Stirt" anid oi tllndmarsh .Islaud, Ijlcp ,.?ud,'othoes pylo?i t tihnat loliiy, .haveB;eoou;;abpd to.tled raages of the ý.RdRust. ' Ou., o u o\r ?o 4100 acroe now 0 .)h9ooLk, h opingdito*realise s .Jjlul returni...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, Nov. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
'tBENALLA SIIRIt COUNCIL. a? dndayy, Nov. 30. i?An ord ry melA of the Shire Counnil was hold oh the'abovdedatd, the Preeldent r1rM Phrrpe), and'0rs iHoskl, Redding, Blackbnroe, Clarke;and Roe :h'elnp'rieent. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. ORnRESPONDENCE. A poittiobnwas lead from about 40 ratepayers on the Major Plains, requesting that a public road be surveyed-nod made from Benalla to the ,Major by way of Kerr's, they considering that. 'routeothe mostpracticable.' '. .... The Engineer said 'that it wli the' best rotad; aodOis' ,Blackburno and Clarke thought that 40 being a majority of the residents they should have t he road wheribthey?dskod for.it;. It'ap poured that part of the proposed road went through .Mr.Rutherford's purchased land. Mr Rutherford wee asked fho hie d hnyfobj'ctle 'to the road, and he said he had, and that the Coun cil would' have topay: for the' laud if they wanted it. -The President said that if they could not agree to'tho price,'...
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Saturday, Nov. 26. (Before Messrs. Kitchen and A. Smith.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
"bluei, fN8FIELD POLICE COURT. Satorday; No.' 21. - (ole e Mess:rs: itchebn ad A. Snith.) :' Mrs. Corrloasciarged witlh unilafully maimin, g ; calf; the p'pi'rty ýf Isablella 'NiNel. ', dn .:;,i s 1 !The conpilaat"deseribed the injufj d?nr y ts ' ting tlhe heetlof thliolf?: - .;l ·? .. ~:! , Ploience Leticq proved that the calf was ewalking .down in .ontj of Mrs.. Corrie's premisess when rs. ronlree, wh 'aid shie wopld.have a lark, took itoman hiawik d t riewat at the calf end voundedi t Fy -In h ? ,idfe? ? tire defendiat sid thnit he had, been ,rzuch aunoyed by the ialf in quection, and uepn'its. coming",to 'drink th .water oni her premises sho threw, the teomhlliawk'dio infliqtled the wound. , ..The defendant' iiafined '£. D. Dl?adOpald" v.dri. Elizen Allen.-A eaummons foe a o jnmsgango in apublic plc. in t ho Mr: ..O'Lc e 'appeared. for the 'complinant," who stited ,that'naboat half-past 2 on the aftternoon o th'e 2tth last:. 'went.down to Allena' house to inoq.ur'abolt" somebaik...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
ITELBOUINR PRODUOE MARKET. M:.c,)Pla and'A nother report, or.:he week. euaidg 23rd'Novebmber, 1870 :- '" Flor, per ton 12 . 10 Ot £13 0 0 :M diie;pebhe1 .'.~' '0' 0`0 0 0-0 Wheit,' ' do ' ...- 0 00 0: 00 0 Barley, malting,o16 ":: 0'0-0 0". 0'3 11' Oats, feid; do- 0 3.4 '0--3 0' SField Paa; do ' " 0' 0 0 0 -'4 G 3 OrirSeedpperonaatL do 00` 0 . 0 0 0 Do, prairie'do.. ' 0" 0::..00 :r' 1ran,r; d ..... 0 .1 0 1 - .Pollard' do 0 " 1 0t ,'o 4 Chiffb',mizidj p.ro too 0:,0:00:/'.'0 .0 0: Potatoee;,do .,2. 0 0 3 '2 061 .Ba?on,;"per-" .. 0 0 o :". 0' 0:. 8 Hm, do; ,,'. 0 0'7 " .0 ,. Clihesedo 00. 0 ' 0 8 Butter, potted, do... i.O 0.4 0 0 '6 Dofriehado. .. -0.0.. 5 .0 0 _77 Loney, do 0"0 0'. 0 0 0 0 Epge, per dozen 0. 0-10" 0 0 11 i i i+-il i~i.c i n
BRITISH AND OTHER EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
TRITISH ANID OTHER EXTRACTS. -.We learn some very dramatic circum aseea aoncerning the gallant defence of Montmddy when the enemy endeavoured to lombard it into submission. The four chief setors in the defense were a retired captain f the mercantile navy, the souns prdfet-the prdtt being absent-an officer of cavalry, sad a. private of Zouaves. The merchant eaptain is a rich man, and possesses great in. olenee; somewhere or another he has aequired great skill in practical gunnery, anl is a mnan, as the event will show, of undaunted resolution. He appears to have beenR the leading spirit all through. On the. first ap pearauce of the Prussians the Garde Mobile waited on him, and urged that the place shwold be sirrendered. ' He replied - "Listen., I have laid a train from my house to theb-iagazine. On the first signs of uir tender I will fire that train,, and the'explosion will blow down half the town. :Go and fight." His listeners seemed to thiukit probable that be would keep his word,...
THE OCCUPATION OF ROME. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
qkpeal Oadomta sent an officer on Sept. M?*?I l oLa f truoo to General Kinaler at a3lg, demandlng permission to enter the ,tly with bhi troops. Getneral Kanzler re; turned negative answer. The Italian troops 'wer received with enthusiasm at Civita Veeehia. Trleolour flags were hoisted, and hbouts were raised of " Long Live the King of Italy." The lid?pundanc' taliennse said: SIt appears certain that the Pope will not leave Rome if the Castle of St. Angelo and th. Leonine City are not occupied by the Italian troops. It seems certain that both 'tihe eatle and city will be left free." The 'Opisse said :-" It is only the Zouaves who 'wish to resist the Italian troops. The streets of Rome are crowded with people. The 'eitienas dealded not to oppose any resistance 'to the entry of Italian troops, and sent a deputation with an address to Cardinal Astonelli, expressiog the hope that bloodshed may be averted by preventing the Zouaves from fighting. The authorities are said to have declared t...
BRITISH AND OTHER EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
IBRITISI AIND OTHERB:; EXTR1ACTS Q!General Trochia passed a grand revieiw in; 'Paris.on.September1l8.,: . A. telegram from, Calais: states , the mtaii forwarded on September; 4' wouldbo'e thd last direct mail frpm Portist,; e railwdy besig icdt .at Ceil:' Soame fair telegranai have 'since artiied: fron 'Parits but initelligence is now rdceived, by. means of balloons, .aod arriezr plgeons.: :.:: SIThe Figaro, under the startling, although not uncommon; heading of" Treason," asks for an otnplanation ,of a ,circumstance which it! reports'ais hav;ing recently :occurred; :A Garde Mobile .having ,fired his musket, to eacertain its range,- .asasprprised to,find that t?e builet.fell.ipon .thbe ,grountd,a few paees in front of himh: Upon examination it.,was found-.that' the bullet;:, which was:: slightly I flatteried,' ivas holled, hnd iconsequently,,in; capable, ofperfohtion.' The' billet was tiken to thi Prefectiof lPolice; \. do Keritry, who, it is' s'id, ~has ordered the contractor.~ont ...
Commercial. BENALLA, December 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
-Yr PEi tfl.0 o. S0 i0 '. ? -Vheat. per bih o .. 0 0 0 3 0 )'ollar, o . 0 0 0 0 1 - reFe?IO, NoOvmber 2G. Flour'pTTB^.V Q*' AO 0 ^'t.1.16Q0 ^0 Potatoes, do .. 0 0 0 "O SOhfff .(Otora)do ... 0 0 3 0 0 Dp:(o o)~ ·dp 0 00 000 'Wheat, jer lie T-3I 00~ "''0' 'T"9 OtRt, rll)do 3 V-1' r 0 00 0( 3'3' Bn,?,do..;. 0 0 0 0 1 0 ' ollird,' do' - -.- 00-0 - ,.. 3 RacoUo,n?oet .-> -,:,, 0 '0:10 - 0 1 0 SButters(froeh)per-lb.,:.' 0 '0' 1:' 4 . £gg apTe dotin .' 0 00O -1 0. 1 4
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
jOfLN LaPRaIK, Veterinary Surgeon, BRIDGE STREET, "i alway. on Band aoi EXTENSIVE .OKf .'" ,.n STOCKte . &lt; ,. Cattle, :Medicines. Castrations, Firing. arid all opera tions skilfully performed,, on the most reasonable terms. Horses broken to Saddle and Harness, Side Saddle, &c., To be in the Fashion.? WILLIAM 'F. ;GOUL;DINC4,; S HIGH STREET; iAM9F'IELD, WM, GOULDINGe wishosto lethilh frlends know, that.from the enoporagemenot th have given him in his " Commercial Score, Bridge.street, he purposes, opening, a. bran h estabishmento in ,High-ctroet, whre '.Orciery, Drapery, "Ironmonory, and every description of OGeneral 'Merchaedioeof fi.ot quailty cn"bob- had on the lowest cash terms,, ... W. P... would remind his old custoteies that the moderate prices now, askdd for gQode in Mans Seld aiy be. attributed ,to bihe competiti6n he lnsroduced some foew years ago, and with their ltnd sauitance e wihe ll conutinuo" to keep down aosiopoly to the best of his ability. RAILWA...
THE NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
1Y C.HE NQRTH. EASTBRltn1RAIi)fWIAY. ., In noticilng ofi: h W gdftia present made, tito adidyeicotifieio it mygbedesiroblo p birlyf)i1 'tate a few particula'sel:e rti'eo tolthe;portioao'y he line in course of loonstritinde;it.Ooiienenlm tho old Eisendon at~ttA,1 thu fdiirdcstfdd 3, a nd D,.undertaken?'by, Maessre;O'Grdji legatt, and Noonan, eiteood :toymour? andiiw' 1a embracothi firk '6if miles of the worlk. - Of rbilyth alit f'.tho "finwor iof mIy beiidgdiii a lly that it does notaboundip. enginurilng dif oculties. Indeed; threse haveoibeen. skilfully, e avoidpd in laying outthe' lino whlch flliowe thei windinge of the various valleys, 'ieeping rournd the hill sidoi and crossing theo rvsora andhoreeks, ati the most aceoseible-'points. 'But for tallthat theroriiiierii oaid thoetheavy pieces of weork m fst of oh:sich arono? well in haond while.ole.i S'wherqi herie nrosomo trouhlesome sections where Ithe line crosses th??be'dea f stori channels, or, a swampy flats several feet under....
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, November 29. (Before Messrs [?] and Henry.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
(Bolfoirs M n 4ýI~f'lldlenry. l ThomaeKearney wsai har ' with blt drunkbiand disorderly oetho lV Novembessg Suros;arOondtable Curtain: previi1s e ? and tsne rigistrates Jon oCiao the dwaed"ia .! been auficiently punished by boing brought 35 miles to the court and disclharged him, Dr Henry here left the Bench, Andrew Snayer was charoed with assatilting William Payne on tho 22nd November. Mr Pow appearod for Paynoe. and Ir 5I'Donnell for the iprisoner... John Coupples was, aheoemilrs , charged; but Mrl Mi'Donnclliobjidltd!,,? j ,P:f prisoners being put in the dock. as sonarat wrear?" rants-had boon taken out, and Sayers's ease was first gone on with. \llliammPayno , ,a fermer 'living three `1 . from Benalla, said he know delondant a'laroctp" .weorking.at_.Forsyth's. Wont to J'oyce evening of thei22ndinaaid lefat 'lt is go borne:! Met the prisonera yors anodreO?dC Just as be'got opposite them,' Sayers' pue-esd ,Ifd with his arm. Sayers then struck him omthe' leftaside of his head with ...