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Thursday, Dec 22. (Before Mr Sharpe.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 December 1870

Thursday, Doe 22. (Before Mr Sharpo.) George Dowling was charged with being drunk and disorderly, but this being his first offence in Bonalla, he was dismissed. Mlary Brennan for damaging proporty at Mfareham's, was fined is and 2. Od damages, in dofault 24 hours' imprisonment. - The same prisoner was charged with. using obscene language at the esme time and place. It appeared her lancungo was very gross and the ionch finood her £10O,or twomonthesimprisonment. The Zconomis has made an elaborate calcul& tion of the value of the property in Paris which would be exposed to destruction if the city were attecked. The result of tihe estoimate, which is balieved to be far below the mark, and has been made with reference to the withdrawal of pro perty which must have been going on in expeo. tation of a lsiege, is as follows :-Valuo of build. nlegs, £154,350,000; value of furniture and other contents of dwellings, £77,175,000; value of stock in trade, £77,175,000. Totals £311,700,000...

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 SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, December 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 December 1870

BENALLA SHIRES COUNCIL. Wednesday, December 28. Present-tlie President, and Cre Black. burn, Hoskin, Simson, Clarke, Boger, Guppy, and Rou. Before the minutes were coafirind, Cr Guppy thought they had dealt `to" harshly with Cherry, and wished to takhe some-other course, but was informed:by the' President that he must move to rescind the resolution. From Wm Little, -sen, drawing attention to roads at Frost's corner. - The President moved it be :;taken into consideration when the estimates woro con sidered. Seconded by Cr Simeon, and carried. From certairi; frmers at Winton, expres. Ping an opinion that the herdsmana atV Wintos was not sufficiently paid,'and applying for isi salary to be raised to £70. The President said they hoaould call a public meeting to consider the matter. . From John Forsyth, relative to obstrue. tion to his putting cattle on Winton comuon. The obstruction was ordered to be removed. From a publican, informing thie Council that tlhere were two ely-grog shopse n...

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 — 30 December 1870

*,,. IM 1POUNDINGS.'" ALEXANDRA-Impounded at lexandra rowynu@ m are ar,.Wl har-houlde ike (a iff ',shoulder , ;: _...., _ y Tbeleoild on i lit ..,..j J ;- ?.h ALEXANDRA Iimpoudundod athAiexandra RBay pony mare.- near ishoulder Boy horne, W near shoulder, 2 under saddle near side Ray mere, Q over OO near shoulder, 0 off jaw Black filly, no visible brand. To be sold on 18th January. MAll4-%Impounded it ilonalla = Dik oheinritit blrie star, gR conjoined near ribs, - over - over a over - off shoulder " - Chnout' horse; blazeoff hind foot white, TB over TPF oenjoined near sboulder ': Bay "mare, small star, off fore fetlock enlarged,' W\V andbill brid near shoulder Bay colt, near fore and offleind foot white, N near ahoulden.._. Black mne re, stare collar: and addle; marked. H rIB onjoined near shouldsr(rhe I to left), 7 o;near thleg c.." Bay horse, UW over E near shoulder, E neoi thigh Brown more, collar antd ald!e marked, ATJcu o. Joined over 1110 aver shoulder Rod and white bullock, wh...

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 — 30 December 1870

JOHN LA PRAlK, Vterinary; Surgeon, . JUBRIDGE 'STREET, a~ ·: an asce1nc. .m.~·:C':, AS ialways on Hand an EXTENSIVE 11 '' ·" STOCK of' Ge~.z ne Horse, .adi at tie Medicines. Castrations, Firing, rnd all opera tions skilfully.,performed, oui the ;,most reasonabl ,itermi.e , Hoises broken'. to: Saddle, and Harness', Sider Saddle;, &o., RAILWA§Y 'HQTEL " UNN 'STREET, BENALLA, e.ul GEO.BUGDIRD wishes to reoind his frieids od`iltomi ers ithat hoe still centisues to keep uiaiiiobit first qiality rinks at.his hlotel, whith'til bw much more coinfo table thaiiwhen he tirt opened. i I,:: t" r ii' 2'' a: FIttS 'C0LA8S WINES :.. INCOMPARABLE SPIRITS (Ut to Spiritism). S1TAB I\G! FREE. Large· Icconmmodattion Paddocks: BaIALW AY. OTEL.'Il-, To Stahi this' Season, l:AT MIOUNT ;BATTERY STATION. lY Prmier, out of Bieosto Beidllam (tide t8ud 1.Booik), will servo a limnilod iumber of ,lares on the above Station Terms .. . By a promissory, nte payable onf the lst Jucuary 1171.; After the aboave...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 December 1870

4 LEXANDRA. Our races last year were a partial success bu the `honorary officials became bloated ariteroiats, and the attemipt to provent races 4etong held this season has resulted in a fail ure "The meeting is to be held in February, ont the 23rd and 24th. Subscriptions are liberally promised The Handicap is ad vertised in our local orgao, but wlhat must be said of the hon. seae who neglects to mention. the amount in his advertisement ? But I maiy state for the information 'of your readers that the amount to be run for is £50. The amount in hands for race fund since last year is over £50. Merton will have its Christmas sports. The Manchester Unity will have a picnic on Ner Year's Day. The Freemasons are to havea grand ball next week. The new. shire hall will be available for them. I under stand it is to be gorgeously got up for the o.C casion. Will the ratepayers 'pay for the C whistle,? . - SOur local organ is endeavouring to foul ite own neat. Who is the latIt addition to th ' ed...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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BENALLA COUNTY COURT. Friday, Dec. 23. (Before His Honour Judge Smyth.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 December 1870

.BEPALLAY COUNTY COURT.'' "Friday, Dec. 23. (Before His Honour Judgoe Smyth.) F.' M'Donnell v Dowling-£4 lies 6d, solicd tor'e 'billof coats. Mr Pow for plaintilf; no ap* pearance of defendant. Verdict for amount, and £l'` costs. Williams v M'Lean, Garrett v Gilmore, and Bogerv Nicholson, were settled out of court,-Mr Powiforthe respective plaintiffs. Knight v Urquhart-£6 1 4d, for goods sup. plied. Mr W'Doanell for defendant tried to ex., tract from the plaintiff that the goodis weore not, obtained by the defendant, but plaintiff proved, the;goods were supplied to George Urquhart, and he took them away. Verdict for plaintiff,; with £4 9s coat. . Dividseon v Dorman-£10 7s 7d. Mr Pow forplaintiff'; Mr I'Donnell for defendant. This was an action for balance of money due and geoode obtained. The.plaintiff doposed that he was a farmer, and lied at Faithful's Creek. Agreed with the de fondant, a carrier, to take 11 cwt. or 12 cwt,.of honey to Melbourne-12owt. 1qr. Ilb. gross. Little.deli...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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THE FLOOD TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 December 1870

THE FLOODi TESTIMONIAL.. A goodly number of tliheinhabitants assem bled at the Mechanioe' Institute, Benalla, on. Friday evening, to-witness the prosentation of the medals subscribed for by the public in re .cognition of..thn..rallant conduct of Messrs.. -aD l 'fJ, Forbes, Price, and Dullarifni itso ouing a man named Taylor together with his wife and daughter during the great Sep tember flood. The medals were of solid silver,. and manufactiired to order by -Mossrs. Walch. Brothers, and each bore the sameinsoription, excepting the name,*os follows:-" Presontedt to Jabex E. Bonfield, in recognition. of his gallant conduct in aiding-to save three porsonsn from drowning duriog thoe great flood at Be. calla, on the 8th September, 1870." On the. obverse of each were thoenames of- the 'four men'conjointly. Shortly after 8 o'elook,.Mr..' F. 1'Donnell took the chair- by reqnuest, and briefly reitoratedthe interest whichHisHonour Judge Smyth had displayed in the proceedings,. he having staved...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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BENALLA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Dec 28. (Before Messrs Wills and Henry.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 December 1870

BENALLA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Dcc 28. (Before Meaers Wills and Henry.) Peter Newton was charged with illegally using a' horse belonging to George Cherry. Cherry went into the box,but the case utterly broke down, and Newton was discharged. SGeorgo Sharpe v Hector Norman Simsono-Por using insulting language in a publio place, cal eulated to. provoke a breach of the peace. SMr Pow for plaintiff; Mr M'Donell for de fendant. Mr M'Dounoell objected to the. summons, which did not este forth what words were' used.e Mr Pow argiued that this was not necessary, being a mere matter of proof. . The Bench said it was the usual practice to make out suanmmonses in the present way ; but when an objection was legally taken to that 'course he thought it should be attended to. Mr B1'Donoell consented to allow the summons to be amended, but must ask time to call wit nesses. er Pow was prepared with the words, but he must object to an adjourmoent, as he had made out the summons in accordance with the ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, DEC. 30, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 December 1870

C1ir:e ~ndhvr Q~n~rrn Published Weekldy. JIIENALLA, FRIDAY, DEC. 30, 1870. The Legiselative Assembly seems to be now commonly brought forward as an object of the utmost contempt. A row takes planco in our Shire Council-a correspondent immediately riushes into print and wamrn councillors to be mosocaroful and not copy the example set thorem by the handle.onamed rowdies who meet at the Stoip. of Bourke-atroeet. A paid lecturer visits kcnalla to advocate temporance and Rechabhitc ism-and immediately he illustrates his orgu meot by advising them to send better mon to. . iirliamont,. as " the legislatoro were now tiihbled into cabs at night from theo'iofresh lneut room, which was a disgrace to society !" If these things be true, qur readers will not be sorry to learn that the Assembly was ox pected to be dissolved yesterday. The sheriffs sale under f. fa. in the case at Cruickehank v. Vidler has been postponed to the 23rd January, 1871. An amusing placard appeared last Satur. day, to the...

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MELBOURNE. December 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 December 1870

(P(ioc ue tom OWN cpfl PO!eopsOT.)j r ; Decembor,28 The Chritmas festivitiesowae passed off. g the mo'st?einainistic- minner DMonday e.1 pocially. was kept in true Boxing Day styl and tlb itets of th'e ity wtore as! eilenit as if the day wore Sunday. The railway estatino were the scenes of crushing as. usual, and the. bench from Brighton to Sandridgo was crowdedI with holiday keepers of every kind. The vs. riogs sports of the different societies were all well patronised,;moro ospecially.tho 8t., An. drew's gathering at Emerald. Hill. The con test between the Melbourne and: Sydney Uni-. versities on the river and oricket fieldiwere--: deoided in favour of the former, and-both-passedi off very satisfactorily. Altogether the.Mol--. - bourne public seemned to "cotton" to - their. sports this-year with greater heartiness- thln ever, and ialthough times are said to be, bad;. there seemed to be very few shortcomings in. the way of cash.. The members of the Assembly meet to nighty 7 if poss...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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WAR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 December 1870

WAR NO'LES. In Nornmanly the people are firmly resolved to oppose the enemy's alvanOe. It is sta ed that M. Bismarok deolines, to allow Forcin i Miniisters 'ii'Paris to 'com mnnicntewiththeir Governments otherxise ..than by of en despatchee. All the most valuable pictures and art treaisures of St Cloud,icluding the "Sapoha." by Pradier,, were removed by the French G"ivernmentb'efore the commoncement of the siege. The"Crown Prince of Prusal" has ordered the transfer of the colledtion of art treasures from Sevres to. Versailles. GOn Oct 22 victorious engagements took place on the river Ognon at Voray, Cueswy, Auxotn, acil Geneville. The : French were ev rywhleru beaten with severe loss. Bant talloues of the 1st, 3rd, 4th, ad: 11th Badeon 'Regimente and three batteries of artillery took part. in the encounter. The German loss'wae abouti seven killed and 38 wounded. 'I'wo staff allicere, 11 superior officers, and 200 mien wer&'captured.t The-behaviour of the troops was excellent...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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BRITISH AND OTHER EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 6 January 1871

BRITISH AND OTHER EXTRACTSB. The number of passegers arriving hIn England by the Boulogne boats has sensibly diminished, and there is now munh less of that excitement which was lately visible. On October 18, the arrivals were not more than a few score, and few able-bodied men were amongst them. Some of the families brought with them their household furniture, in eluding chairs and tables, beds and bedding, as well as a quantity of miscellaneous house. hold goods in bass sand boxes. Some of the strangers had friends to meet them, and these in more than one instance they kissed with French effusion. There were many, however, ho. were not so fortunatest and they stood about on the wharf and its vicinity, utterly at a lo s what to do with themselves and their property. The Italian. screw-steamer India arrived at Liverpool on October 14, bringing 290 Papal Zouaves from Genoa and Leghorn. After anchoring in the river, she was visited by the Earl of Denbigh, Chevaliec Lloyd, and other gent...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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WHO WORE THE FIRST RING? [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 6 January 1871

- WHO WORE THE FIRST RING ?.: .' Conclusive evidence is not obtainabhle," r. gtirks a: recent writer, ".when rings were flrst S.led.'t. But one fact is ptaton.-they.are of great ,,antiquilty, were always worn, as tokens of trust, Insigola of command, pledges oi faith and alliance, snd, equally strange, as marks of srrsitude. The religious system of. Z.oaecter is exceedingly ancient; and in some of the old sculptures of that sect images ho!d a ring, Indicative.of omni. petenece and power. And to this day the Petliane, HBndoor, and all the Eostern nations attach great sinlficanece to the ring. The Egyptians were particularly fond of this ornament. There are specimens in the Museum of thle Louvre. :Some date as far back ss'the reign of'.loeris.. At the ' Biitish Museum these is an enexeedilgly fine specimen. This is a ring of the ~hiers gold, of the Ptolemais or Roman period, with figures.of Berapies Isis, andi lhorin. .The, same collection dbal also 'others of a 'slinila mtal; ist wit...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 6 January 1871

AGItICL'IURE, &o. (Po"" n:Fo " Tui1Eboroniverit"' o a"?lteration in.the bresdstuffe market can be epoited; let week's rates are maintaited with, perhaps ab slight inclination towards an improve. ~ e?, inconsequence of reports from the thresh. fpg districts not being so favourable us was Snpailolpated a month sinces.although one or two returns have been forwarded of nearly 40bushels per asore, the average.yleld will.fall short. Flour {is now worth from £12 as to £1. 15s, the latter figure being only obtainable for smell lots of the best brands. Wheat continues unaccountably I Oroarce; 'neither arrivals nor sales can be reported, Millers are offering from ts 4d tr. 5s 8d. Horse corn also 'remaids ualtered. Malse is quoted at ·frtom' as 11 ito 4s 3d, add oats from 3e 4d to Genuine summer weather at least and our jiasturea are qulckly -assuming not only a dry appearance but avery dangerous character. The dairies begin to fall off, and some little judgment will be nheoesary in se...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 6 January 1871

SbIoELBIOURNE PRODiUCE MARKET. 5f. ll'CawAdamson and Co report, for the week ending December 28,;1870 :- : Prices "rule about senme as last week, but in S. : consequeoco of the holiday,.; vryfew transactions have been carried through.: ,.tIn -flour and wheat scarcely any bhuinesl has been done. Feeding grains are in rather better de?anid. Good samples of oats bringing 3a 5d to 3 6d ; and maize of sound quality up to 4es ' In dalry produce there has not been much animation. Prime potted butter would find :ready purchasers up to 6bd. Below we give. details. Flour, per ton: .;. "£12' "7' 6 to £12 1. 0 S Maiie,'per hushel, .'. -0' 4"'0' 0 '0 0 Wheat, do' . 0 474" 0 5 0' Iarley,.maltingddAo - - 0 0 0. -0- --0 Oats, feed, do, ...... .0: s. 3 o 0 0 3 6 Pielrd Pe,,do ..... 0 0.0 0 0 0 rese aeed,perennial.,do. 0.. 0. 0 0 0 ..._Doprairie do. -...-...0. 0.0- -.0 ',0,r Bran, do ..... 0. 0 ,,.0 " 1 ::Pollard do .. 0, 0,1.1". 0 0 0 SChaff, mized.pesaton. 0"0" . 0 0 0 :. ?;Potatoes, do . 1 ... I.'...

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SITTINGS OF COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 6 January 1871

SITTINGS OF COURTSC : Beeehworth Circuit Court... Monday. Feb 6. r Do :eneral Sessions ... Friday. Feb 3. Wao¢aratta County-Coul... Thuready Feb 16. B2 endl, GCounty Court ;.. Saturday, Feb 18 Manmfiold County Courb' ... Saturday, May 27.., Alexandra County Court ... Wednesday, hMyt17: Do. Court of tinese ... Wednesday,. May T7. Jamieron County Court ... Wedeey, May 24. Do Court of Mines ... Wednesday, ay24

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 6 January 1871

TO ADVERTISERS, Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before the time expires for wliich they have been ordered. In'cases where the number of insor tibns in not speeified thboadvertisements will be : inserted till eoustermanded, and chargedaec cordingly... Qnatorl advertisements will' be continuously inserted unless a written order to stop them is sent.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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ADVENTURE WITH AN AUSTRALIAN ALLIGATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 6 January 1871

ADVENTURE WITH AN AUSTRALIAN ALLIGATOR. i',;..; A very startling adventure happened the other day. to MIr Graham, of Ft Holen's oastto station, whilst crossing Alligator Creek, about four miles from his homestead. He was riding at the tiie, with Mir Royds accompanying him. After going a short distance through the water, his companion, who was standing on the bank of the ereek, saw an enormous crocodile rising out of the stream just in front of Mr Graham's horse, and at once called out to warn him of the horrid creature's presence. lir Graham instantly raised his logs, but to no purpose, for the huge animal reached high enough to take within its capacious jaws the .ight foot, stirrup iron, and part of the leg of the astonished horseman, who, as might easily be imagined, had to exert all, the. stroncth[helpossessed to prevent beinggdragged off his horse.. . Providentially, howeror, the stirrup became fixed in the mouth of the crocodile, and, after some minutes of agonising. desopra. l...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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WHAT IS THE USE? [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 6 January 1871

WHAT IS THE USE? -. What is the use of trimming a lamp If you oever intend to light it What is the use of grappling a wrong If you never intend to righit It W: Vh ti the use of removing your hat " Ifj you do,not intend to tarry . W, ;',tVhat Is the use of reooiiga maid. ..Iflyudo 'notintund to marry,.?, What is the use'of buying a coat zt,? Iflyou never intosnd to wear it?" ,. ;: Whatis, the uqe of a home for'two". .. Ifyonever. intenoud to share its Au acident of a serious nature occurrediat the, Park Company'd claim, Ballarat, about half-past '11o'cloek, pm., on,Friday, by which two men, ,nameod.Richards :and Iloblyn respootively, lost: their lives. They swre working in a jump-up, when, the, sapd. broke in upon them, aid they were smothered before they could hoe rescued, Tno bodies' wore got out as quickly as possible, life .being quite extinct. A .sad accident occurred on Sunday last at Glenturnie.' 'A young girl named Ellen Ashwell, 14 years of age, daughter of Mr R. Ashwoll, wa...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 6 January 1871

TCTO SUIBSCORIERS. Subscribers cannot discontinue the paper in the middle of a quartqr. Remittances may be made' in< postage stamps, or by P.O. order.

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