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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
MELBOURNE.PRODUCH.I MARKET. - i., M'Caw and Another report,for;theweek endin? Deoehber 14,'1870 : The flour and grain market without any Smaterial change as regards price, although there S Asisi conslderably better demand at the" late rul * ing rate.. Beat brands of the former find ready Ssalein parcels at £12 5e to £12 10a. " .-uWheat, if prime quality, well cleaned, in goel ,demand at our quotations of Se 81 to s 9d ; and Smedium quality, 85 4d to 5a 6d, ;Good feed otts bring 3d, to 3s 61 while superior samples, for milling purposeF, range from I4, to 21 higher. . - . Below we give details. 'Flor, per ton ... £12 7 .6to £19 10 0 SMise, per bushel ... .O 3?1} 0 4 0 Wheat, do ...0 4 0 59 carley, malting,do 0 0 0 0 0 0 'Oats, feed, do ... 0 3 3§ 0-3- 6 Field Piea, do ... · 0 0 0 0 0 Grass Seed,perennial, do 0 0 0 0 0 0' o, prairie 'do' ... 0 00 "0 . .0 0 0. l ian . do . 0 0 0 0 1 1 Pollard :: do ~. 0 -0 11' 0 1 4 Chaff, mixed, per ton 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pl'atoes, do ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 loacon, ...
MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
MANSFIELD 8HIRE';COUNOIL.. e Thins body imot on Wednesday last,. present, I Cr. I Kitchen (in the chair),. and Crse. Tomkins and Cotter. The minutes of the previods meeting were read and confirmed. Tenders for-epairing the Devil's River Bridge atn Preston station were opened.' From A. Motherwell, for £71 s., and fron EB. Dinau, for£65. 1 . The tender of ]Mr. Dinan was accopted. 1conBspronueca. The following correspondence was dealt with: lProin'E.' Martin, asking 'for a reduction'of weia ; ment. Postponed for a second time for a full nicting of the Council. ' . * Froni the Police department, consenting to allow theo inspector to be paid by salary.- Postponed ?iora second time for'a full meeting of the Council. " From the Roads' and Bridges department, forwarding statutory declarations made by Messrs. Do?ning and Bourke, the secretary and valuator of the Alexandra Shire Council, isjecting the. lateo inquiry held 1y Mr. Willoby, 'P.M., regarding the severance of part of tie Mereon Bld...
"ALONE." [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
S:,ALONE." Another dame hos to be added to tho long list of unfortunates' who havea perished io'tho Au. tralian bush in utter solitude, without a friondly hand to soothe the agonisod frame, or a kindly, voice to whisper words of comfort at the closing scone. An elderly man named John Rose, for morly a servant. in the employ of Mrs Blnden Neill, worked a smusll tobacco plantation on the Brokleesby run. Io lived a 'solitary life, and seemed to be a man of very penurious habits. The only companionship he cored for was sup plied by his pipe'and whiskey: ko4. The' littls property the lived on was his own, and he had besides a emall nest.eggin the 'local bank. ' On Monday week a man passing through lrocklosby was attracted to the hut inhabited by Ross by the overp-wering smell evidently proceediog from it. He entered it, and discovered the poor follow In a sitting posture upon his bed, in almose the last sttage of decomposition. He had evi. dently been so:sed with illnes-, and had probabl...
Commercial. BENALLA, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
SBZALU. Deceomber 22, 7 11pirton. .. ;10100 0 to. 11 0 0 -.: Wheotpar bushel . 0 00 0 3 O Pollard 4o 1. 0 0 0 0 1 6 Dain, do ,. 0 0 0 1 0 Oat, do . 0 26 0 3 0 A- r. A Lrp, December 16. *'o'lour;p.peton.. ', '...-O 0 to,£l, 0 0 "l'tatoeuO'do .. 0 0 '0'6~0 i Chaff (strw) do ... .0 0 3 0 0 S Do (open) do ... 0 0 0 8 0 o "-Wheat; per buhel- ..:-0. 00 : 0- 3 9 : Ottl,.,do ... 0 0. 00 :?.O3 3 1 icou, per, .. 0 0 0,- o I . SaLutter (fresh) perb . *. 0 0. 0 0 1 4 ; -'ggoper dozenS * 0 ...j 0;0 0 0 4.
MANSFIELD STOCK REPORT. December 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
: -t , ANSFIELD STOOKRE rPORT .UL. '.i. " ,.- - ,:?.~ - .." i : ?, ~ Decei ber 10,.:. ',r Duff furnishu is with the folloalog as the. a itng pricces: Sture hullocks, £3 1os to £4;: slre own, £? lO* to £3;.fat bullocks, £6 to in fit. cowl, . 5 to-£1 ; fat ahoep, s 7id to 9s*; l os ?le l,, no
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, December 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA.? LEGISLATIVE ASSEMiMLY. S Tuesday, Da omber 20. The. Speaker, took the chair at 33 milntei ,?past 4. . In reply to Mr Russell, Mr ;Franois said that the works connected with the! defenoes,stclh as batteries, &o, were being pushed on in a quiet' manner. The Cerberus was at Gibralter on the 18th of November, and she had behaved well on Sa rough passage from Plymouth. I naucr, cun BEL?OTOB? Mr -Longmore moved the adjournment of the louse, in order that he might bring the cage of Bruce once more under the notice of the Hlouse. The hon member entered into a long statement, in which he reiterated remarks which he had made on the occasion of his bringing the matter before the House previously. He alleged that Sir Hector Norman Simeon had made a false declaration by which he had got possessioneof certain land, and that for all the House knew to the contrary, Messrs M'Culloch, Sellar, and'Co' were the agents or owners of the run on which the purchase had been ...
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Saturday, Dec 17. (Before Messrs Kitchen and Sherring.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
MANSFIELD POICEOOURT. : Saturday, Dee 17. i(Before Mes?sr Kitchen and Sherring.) Martin Smith' v E. P. Beymour-A summons. against. Mr Seymour,. of Ohangue Station, for £3 ls, wages alloged to bo dio to theicomilain. ant for work done. Mr Seymour. admittod that he owed £1 Os, but denied that he was indabted any further. The Bench decided.that only£l as was due, and gave judgment for that amount with £1 15s ed costs. Peter Nelson was charged with being drunk. and 'disorderly.: Ie was. dismissed, wil , caution. . : 1b J Mathow Barnett was charged with stealing a. horse, the property' ofritehard Doyle, a mnler living at Durham Gully. .'The prolecutor.deooesed that he lived at Durham Gully. O?O the 7th of March heobought a horse which hle Iont'inApril to his cousin, a man named Fitspatrick, who. turned the animal out on MrseBon's.run. Sub.. sequently the. prosocutor went 'to .lookforhils. mare on Mrs Bon's run, but did not see her, although a boundary. rider toldhlo, sh? was on, the run....
BENALLA COUNTY COURT. Cause List—December Sittings. Under £20. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
BENALLA COUNTY COURT. Cause Liet-December Sittings. . . Under £20. .. P. P. Knight v Georga ?rquhart--6 la 4d. John Davidson v.O; Dorman-£10 7s 7d. Edward -.Williams vi Robert M'Lean-£18 18s. Benjasnin Phillips v Francis McOormsck 21 15s. Francis le 'Donnell v Georgo F. DowlingT-£4 ts d - d. Maurice Garrett v John Gilmore--E4 13;. Richard P. loger v Lachlan Nicholsan-£3 Is. Over 220.: Fitzsimons and Hilton v Frederick Deineo £27 Os 3d. James Fraser v Francis lnopkins-£5. James Frazor v,William llopkins--25.2. Intorpleader. Marcus Craven v William Hlogan, M'Nally claims goods seized. " Fraud. : Fitslmoens and Ilalton v Henry O'Brien.-- 4 10s 04d. John Liston v Henry Hankins--4 7s. A woman named Bridget Gomas, livirn at Emerald-hill,attemptedtocommit snlcideon Meon. day night by cutting her throat. For some time past she hasled an unhappy lifowith her husband. owing to her intemperate habits, and having had a sorie of quarrels with him on Monday. site went to a neighbour and asked her...
A PUBLICAN'S COMPLAINT. To the Editor of the Benalla Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
A. PUBLIUAN'S COMPLAINT... ?, o theEditor of the BenallEneigme ' Sir,--I was judet thlnkingit would be advisable to take your' advice in the following 'matter. I know that you are very well acqgItnlo lti (the Bonalla Shire counllilore, and may be you!clould find 'out from someo?of them if it would a??.be better for publeioas in this shiro,"'who ere ech paying £25 per annum, not to take out a license at all, and do; the selling without,,Poerhaps the Shire Council would not proseeaite at all, andif they. did and the, fine did not exceed ~9~it would be the obheapet way to ??i?iy onthbohotel trade. We all know that there are becr.selle-s who pay .£5 licenses and cairyonhthe ihole trade, and-others who pay no license and do the same. As a friend 'of the tradd perhaps yous 9 ill have the :kindnees togive us your ophioio; at least, you will please to give this a plaoe in your valuable-journal,.. t:.. , &. I am, Sir,yours, . . Dnrls ,a thunderstorm four men eretskiog shelter In a ho...
MOVEMENTS BY RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
MOVEMENTS BY RIUSSIA. Prince Goritchakoff, in a" circller dited the 16th, repudiates any desire to raise the Eastern question, and states that Ruosii.,ls determined to adhere to the general principles of the treaty of 1856, and to ackrioiledge Turkey as one of the European nations, but she demands the removal of all restrictions- from thi BlalckSea, blitwill' allow Turkey equal rights thereon, A `depsuatch from Lord Granville?,dated'the O10th, refutes the right 'of the Ruseianslto withdrawlfrom the treaty of 1856, 'and deeply -regrets tie opening of a 'discusslon calclate I to unsettl~b?tabeoTdib l indert'tnding now existing between Russia and Enigland. Ho alsoselates that, had Russia ipro posed to the signatory powers to reconsider the treaty,. future complications ,and dangers might have bean avoided. Austria replied tot the" aote from Russia in precisely the same terms is Lord Granville's despat?rl. Supplomontary.despaiches have .been issued by Gortschakoff, awhiohhe states that ...
MELBOURNE. December 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
MELBOURNE. (nox 'oria owN conx ePO'WEXarT.) December 21. The Assembly last night were again treated to a large dose of the Bruce selection case, and Mr Longmore succeeded admirably in showing members that h'e was not so muah engaged in.getting justice done to the very ill-used selector, as he was determined to. show hise.spiteful and. disgraceful .antipathy to the Chief Secre'tary. :It` iv, as`I said before, a very great pity that this case was not entrusted to the hands of some hon mem. ber whose standing in the House and before the country would have been a better guaran tee that a great wronghad: been committed: As.it is, the Assembly seems to be of opinion. that Mr Longmore is .oily working up one of his usual rows, and'usnig'iceklose language on this as' on every other ~ locsion ... Perhaps a petition from the anelghboburhood would have more effect in making the House and the public generally better acquainted with the whole bearing 'of this'mysterious case. From all appearanoe...
THE MAJOR LIME. To the Editor of the Benalla Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
THE MAJOR LIME. To the Editor of the lenalla Ensign. Sir,-I'have the honour to inform you, in re ference to the lime from IMr Alkemado'e kiln at Major Plains, which Ihave tested, that I find it equal to any I have used in Victoria. Having had 28 yeara' experience In that article, I may be supposed to know good lime from bad. I ai Sir, yours 'most respectfully, S G. IIASKINGS. Benalia, Dec. 20, 1870.,
TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENALLA ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
TO TEE EDITOR OF THE BENALLA .. ENSIGN. , Sir.--Once in print for ever there, for f see that the report of the lost meeting of the Bonalla Courcil is .opled by a groat number of the colonialjournals, ndt in onointanceiticdeeigrnted the model Counoil..?.Now, Sir, as ,t quiet obsoi' vor, I mu't confess that the model is a very had one, and if one twentiothl.prt of rumour he true,. the sooner it in remodelled or cease to exist the better. One is said.to be interested in seeing a good price paid for a job taken without being ten. dered for. Another is snil to be interested in the late contract in Nunn.streot. Six out of nine are said to beo borrowers from an employd in the Council, and therefore are under the thumb of such an individual. One says, "I'll ruin the long fellow and buy the mill over his head." Another says, "Anything brought forward by Milky, be it ever so right, I'll oppose." As I have said, if there is any truth in current reports it is high time for the Augean broom to b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
I1MPUUNDINGS 1 ALEXANDRA-Impounded at Alexandra' Brown mare, stanr, WI near shoulder, like (It cff shouldr?r .To be sold on 11th January. 1;EUlCI\VORIIH-Impounded at occheorth: Borough Pound Boy borne, jR coujoined off shoulder, switch tail To bo sold on 4bth January;. Dark chtesnut horse, sta R con ohied near ribs, ,over 'r over r ovnr - oil' shoulder "Chosut horse;' blaze, off hind' fodlwhlite, TS over STF conjoined 'neir shoulder " Bay mare, small stnlr; off fore fetlock enlarged,' .o .,?i.and.bell brand near shoulder Bay colt, near fore and off. hind foot white, 'N e .near shoulder. ih llank iuare, tar; c'ollar and 'eaddle' marked: RHB conjoined near shoulder(lhe R'to left) 7 near thigh . - ..... :1 Bay horse, [MW:over. E. near shoulder, nenar r -thigh .. . .. '-: . .. . iv Brow. mare, collar ond.saddle marked, ATJ con le joined over RI0 near shoulder ., Reil and white bullock, whip marked, II off rump S'Bay fillly, star, botIl foire feet white, White spots on brick, no visible....
ARRIVAL OF THE NOVEMBER MAILS. LONDON, November 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 December 1870
AIRIVAL VOIIv0E BE M;IAIL S -(BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) S: LorL o', November 86. SPris still remains intakein : V iryingasccebs attends the ,rmies in the field, and the war is eatill untlinchingly prose cuted. The Prussian army. around Mfliz has branched' iito thiree diviaioi's." Two coris have marched north towards Lille, and two, -south on Besargoni tlheremnainder to Pnris. -General blanteuifel- has lbeie opoiuinted .eomuimander of thefiret army in. lri'ttan, Picard,'and Normandy ?? He. is adroncin with troops northirard, aiid has arri'e:l at Rheims; while 80,000 men arrived at Lieve :roy. l to , .. .. Eno?unters :witdthe' Fid ndl ai xpected ,daily, anid Prince Frederick Cliarlea took commarid:of the-eroond - inty deotiued to -.operate in Central France. General' Werder, on, the southeallet; took Dijon, and alvanced to Dole. Verdun, Non Brisach, with 8,000 men arid r.100 guns ;and Thionville.rwiltf 3.000 men and 200 guns; have been'talen by the 'Pru suans.. Belfort and ?,a?Fere are ...