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MELBOURNE. November 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
L;flLPO' i/a '!!i 11 ?011'0-URNE i'- 3-^;111a'*';; 6n- .. rin»i cfioc oSB'oWwr oeBaiegtin)Biri;.) ia'wc. bIlw laist.night cused th'lgid ilfte.to' be craniined to overflowirng;'the pu'iibai2'lei'ent mustering strdong o?thle p!' aiblti-" ?'VlJote; ,ltli his usual offrobnery toik p-6sies'i oie. 'of' thlB Housea,»i nd rfairly' h AonI 'lof. JurnEmuSofnd S 'TBiljd 'tioie tie ' adjqurnmointofItlei .debatera-res-it-rwas evident .thaitt1hi'i hon' iamiiWc fo^.s*mna-lrratrwii'iv eprait d'to d Iall'fordaenylin gth i f tiune --Thse Iecha ,bite~lit6LtetstlUere; ir ',heenerlly dif fect*di?ave'piaedrdedishebcity with an appeai titfie publie t6.gestthiniorw oB lican'i'Aat postponed until the next g eneral eletio 'The Oity.o Connil have -at' last ibestirred! them~;nveai'atidappcar toi bedeterminodto get' the *airVi'erieund bhe city placed on a more satiifatbory.;basis. The Gdverdmenit havý decidedist at a'bto grant h yt h t been issaeii ,^rltheiae thcrvea. that they. are -still-Crowin 'lands..It' is'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
IMIPOUNDINGS. ALEXANDRA-Impounded at Alexandra Red cow, white. spot on near shoulder and flank, WN off rump, calf at foot : r Grey horne, .,near shiiler ' . : T6 be'sold on'7th December .- . ALEXANDRA-Impounded at Alexan Ira Bay horse, PM near shoulder, V. near rump, FL over F off shoulder, 112 off nrclc Chesnut cob, S near shoulder, 112 off neck B1ny mre,'4 near shoulder, JO off aboulder, ?2 off neck Roan horse, star, three white feet, like SO near shoulder Bay horse, star, near h jnd foot ,chite,.collar marked, draneht breed, no visible brand Brown mere, tan muzzle, A near shoulder To be sed on 21st December. EP.CIIWORTIl-Impmud ed at .Bleechworth - Broanh Pound Bay horse. H?[W near shoubller, like DDR3 con SjnedI iff shoulder; shnd,'oh tall To be sold on 21st December. flENALLA-Impounded at. Benalla Brown mare, R off shoulder Chesnut mire, star,'ear on nose. [a over 5 near shtoulder, - over SH off shoulder Bar colt, star, r near shoulder To be sold on 7th December. BENALLA-Impoun...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
Pubtianllia d Wýecby BEATLA' FRIDAY,'DEC:'' 2 1870: ¶TnE Cixoy SiwlrirY'8- roeonti'8taten2''Int ' ]iad 'oinnfl its'mind' with; roferenco to ;holp-: ing thoý6 littb8 affitoted'bý tlho ~ late desolot tig floods was-fully beliodelan' attho'tisoo as sincero, azd he bro ron -tativo of-tlib suffering dieiiit& :who had: guii.& uin to agitate for Govornmcet-aid' cussed in their I' endeaei sutlj oo donut " fondly.imoginnitg ,tlhat thie1 isry had' at Is £th'rcdoiii cd the. 1 ncceasitysofn(2ar'dizfg zclidf to the districts whose public works had been so ruthileeuly and unoxpecLedly shattlred. The Cwxs S-hi~i u sa1 i dj fter thb?? rat food that bo B '*ias o piniono more ?ejune had been in- q I flited tha oulda be rired the oexrcise si ): p their power~ i of ..t? n posn.o sessed by the L local bodies. Other and more severo floods a succeeded, and Sir JAMnes M'CULLOCu than i 0 altered his tone, especially in facoof the stormn' : which he saw was about to be raised n caseJ of furth...
THE FINANCIAL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
THE FINANOTIAL YEAR. The select committee appointed by the Lois-. lativo Assembly on Tuesday, let November, 1870, in accordance with the recommendation of the select committee at nlastseslonoonthe public finances, have broughi up a report, of ihich the following, so far 'is 'regards' the conolubions arrived at, is a complete abstract:- " The resolution that fromna-hd' aftiir- ?o- tih Jund,4187l~. the finanolal year shall commenice with thu first day of July, having been already affirmed by your honourable House, there is no necessity for your, committeeoo .to.. expross, any opinion in regard'to it. : Your committee have the honour to recom mend: (I,) That in accordance with 'the practiceof the Imperial Parliament, the supplies 'granted for any year shall be applicable only to the charges which -will come in course of payment during uch year. ' (2.).That there be appointed in every seselon a etnding conimittee of thisLe ouse, to be called ' The Commitite of Philic Acdeiunts" to'haveo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
Notice. ALOAL LAND BOARD will be holden at .the Oourthouse, Benalla, at Ten o'clock on Wednesday, the 14th day of Decembor.neit, to, investigate applications for licendes to f oupy} land'under `art 2 of the nl At'l"S9."... A.'TY. Pl?iNIGE? t...,.., Diatidct 8urveyor. - Distriot Survey. Office,- ". " B e n n llao N o v e m b e r 2 4 , 18 7 0 . I '" SHIRE -OF BENA'LLA. Tenders for Tolls?. .rEND~ERS iwll l' received nutil Two o'clock Sp.em, on Wednesday, the '28th Decembdr,, for the LEASE of the undermeintioned Tollgte's and !'0lck?aites"o'dthe tmain Syiney-.rad;'from' the'lst day of January to the 3st day of Decem ber,' 1871, both. inclusive:- ., . Beonalla Toll and' Checkgate Euroa' do : do' ' Long6cod dod do Thle conditione 'if :leose"may hbe seen at 'the Cotincil Cliknibors;'Bridgeostreet; Benalla.~' . The' Countcil will not nece sarily accept "theI lowest or any taenoddr. A 'deposit of one month's rent mtiet accompanuy each tender. Persods' tndering for 'the above are required to ...
THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 2 December 1870
THE ENGLISH MAIL. The next Mail for England, the Continent of Europe, India, China, &c., will close at Benalla as follows:— &nbsp; &nbsp; For registered letters and }Saturday, 3rd Dec. money-orders } at 11 a.m. &nbsp; For newspapers via South-} . Saturday, 3rd Dec. ampton }at 11 a.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; For ordinary letters via }Monday, 5th Dec. Southampton Marseilles and} at Brindisi } 11.20 a.m. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; For newspapers via Mar-} Monday, 5th Dec. seilles and Brindisi } at 11.20 am. N.B.—Post-office money orders, payable in the United Kingdom, will be obtainable at this office, up to 11 am on Saturday, 3rd December. Benalla, November 24, 1870. Planes and specifications of the works can be seen at the Council Office. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
A WOMAN'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 9 December 1870
D A WOM-IN'S LOVE. Deep'the recesses afthd dirk bluoseas, Broad the expanoe of 'theclear sky abvo'e But neither half so fathomless'can be' I As is the depth of a true woman's love. Stern fate; fhat causes dehiest friendasto part, 'The strongest, holiest ties may often sever; , Bt, in the secretof a woman's heart The love once kindled will renmiaid forever. MaLn, in'th''h/it: andfeivour of his life, "' ilaj soon forget the love that's scorned and But. oman.hidden .from the ,world's weild.atrife. .4Vill,sorrow.ever for the hopo.that's blighted. And, as tbhe ivy round the oak thai grows Will cling to it-the tighter when 'tis shaken, So toh teheart that true affection knows.. Afliiction will a deeper lov'e awalon. The rose is strick~i' by the tempest's blast, v"The'rioletcat the north :wind's' breath will sicken ; But woman's love thiro?.gh all things firm will last, And sorrow only'will new fervour quicken. 'If thoiwould'st woman's deep devotion prove. Oh I use it tenderly, and slight ...
THE CONDITION OF PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 9 December 1870
THE CONDITION1 9rPARIS. A correspondent says :-"I am going to send off this letie by the balloon post, for to such ptbir8:fforti: for .comimunieation is the capital cf civilisation come, in spite of postal systems, .railways, and cleotriciy...In fat;" Francqj as paralyseod" asd ThsmaeBia ektidfro.' Calais to CairCe,'t . Oihn Steitnbeer, 28 bega'i the. limited supply of. meat-?b.0'oxe'n and 10,000'slheep."'At5 a.m.;there was'a utieue at Dural's, the-'great: butcher,in? thoThie Tronchet; which :had to'b .kept,!in line by' National Guards, as men were, fighting and women fainting in the ranks,. :At 7 anm. there ,.was. not" a scrap pofmeat, to be had. We musat pray tl?t ino.famino panic arisesn ns.othat would -mean tstreet.. riots, whicli, signalled to St Cloud byi.his numerous spaes; would 1be ,the opphrtunity .for, which the Crown Prince is waiting. A .couneil oftwar. :was :held- on September.,27, at .St Cloiud. ,French'officers believe .in.three sudden and eimulitaneous attacks at-St...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 9 December 1870
MELBOURNE PRODUOB MARKET. M.. M'Caw and Another report, for the week S irling NoveMber 0, 1870: SThe lprduce market Ngenerally i dull, Bread toff h have had a farther decline during the peat w rek, more perceptible in regard to flour, belt ri . lrin of which cannot be quoted over X2l 65 to S£3 .10.n, In parcels; rate obtained to-day S dublioly and privately. . . *- . or.clean hard sample of wheat there Il'sood '. iquiry up to our quotation of di 9d ; at which S fieure'.we sold a parcel of Goulburn Valley 'loou pro ... 1S B Oto £12 15 0 .uMil, p 0bu h 4l ... 4 ... 0 4 1 \ Ybthet, do .... 0 5 0 0.?5 S Hirley, maltllD,,o' 0 a 61 Q a 11 &.Wte, fed do .. 0 3 Of 0 3 7j Vinld Pow, do ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .4 lu Be.d,perfnnial, do 0 0 0 0 0 0 Do, prairle do .... 0 0 0 0 0 * Hran, do ... O 1 1 0 1 i Pollard :do '... 1 1 1 4 f Ckfa'mrixed, D ton 0 0 0`0 0 0 0 Peotito, do ... .o 0 0 Bnor, hporI ..o . 0 0 o 0 0 8 I .ml. do ... 0 0 0 0 9 fheee,. do . 0 0 2 0 0 7 Ruttor, pott0d, do ... 0 0 6k 0...
MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 9 December 1870
I MANSFIELD. S Fnon ' "THE INDEPEDDENT." A good deal of discontent prevails I amongst the residents of Dry Creek at the present time, because the body of the late William Delacey, who died suddenly last week, was interred without an official inquiry being held as to the cause of his death. It appears that on Wednesday, about 2 p.m., the deceased was found lying on his face in the creek, and unconsoious; he never re. covered sufficiently to speak, and died in about three hours. It would also appear that he had been seriously ill for some weeks preceding his death, but had recovered, and resumed his occupation. There is no susn piolon of foul play in this case; but it has engendered a feeling that where the autho rities are so remiss, foul play may possibly occur, the victim die unavenged, and the guilty escape. A. serious mining accident occurred at Dry Creek on Monday afternoon. A number of t 'Chinamen were drivitng in Kennedy's claim onder an-overhanging reef, when suddenly about a...
MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 9 December 1870
MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. This body met on Wednesday last, present, Or Kitbhen (in the chair), and Cre Baldry and Tomkins. The minutes of the previous meeting were read if and confirmed. Report of the Deaf and Dumb'Institution, and requesting a donation, It was determined to state that having a local hospital to subscribe for ig donation could not be given. a " From the Attorney-General, forwarding a draft of a bill to amend the present Publicans Act. Received. . From the Roads and Bridges department, acknowledging the receipt.of an estimate of the damage doneby the floods to bridges in the Mans. field district. Received. From the Roads and Bridges department, agreeing to give assistance towards repairing the damage done by the late floods provided the Council struck a special rate equal to one-half the cost of the works to be executed. It was determined to call a special meeting of the Council for Friday to consider the matter. " From the Shire Councill of Avoca, in favour of licens...
Commercial. BENALLA, December 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 9 December 1870
BaxAiuA. Deo.mber 8. Fli., p.r ot .... 10 10 '0 to £11 0 0 Wheit, per busbhel .. O 0 0 0 0 Pollard do ... O 0 0 0 1 6 Bran, do ... 0 0 0 0 1 6 Ot., do ... 0 3 6 0 3 '0 -.*.I: " MAlsrsrIu, December $. Flour;,per ton,., ...?0 0 0 to 611 0 0 '.Potsioe. ;di'... 0 :0 0...' 6 0 0 Chaf? (str:a)do :., 0 0 0 3, 0 0 Do (open) do . .. O 0 0 6 0 0 t heat ,perbushes ... 0 0 0- 0 3. 9 Oct.,: do 2... . b0`_:20 .. 3 ,ran, "--. ,do ... 0 0'.0 0 1 0 P?ollard, do 0 0'00 0 1 3 Bacon. per lb ... O 010 ? 0 1 6 Euttr (fresh) per )..,,.0 0 0. . 0 1; 4 . ggs pe dozen ... 0 0 0 0 1 4
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 9 December 1870
Another painful case of yoistbful female de. pnvity'(ays the .Daily 'etgr?pA) came under the notice of the City Blench on. Monday, Mar gaiet Everett, a young girl; 15 years of age, was cbuarged wlth.vagrancy; and from the evidence of Constable Flannery it-appeared thatshe had been arrested in one of.the.lowest brothels in Mel i brnmes kept by i well known character named Mn Csffre. .Wo When the constable first went to S.the house, he found the girl consorting with some of the lowest girls-of the town, He questioned '.heirbut she said her-name was Simmonds; and in this. untruth she was boine out by the other women present. The constable was not satisfied, and then went to the mother, who told him he could easily know her daughter by the mark of a Sflower on one of her arme. He returned to the howe, and on examining the girl's arm, found • the mark described. On the way tothe look-up, the girl used the most vile language regarding her mother. She observed (Interspersing her . conversa...