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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 September 1869
General Storekeepers, ,? HI.GH STREET, . MANSFIELD attention of their Customers and Residents of the District to their well.assorted Stock of OENEItAL MERCHANDIBIE, comprising Groccises; Drapery, Ironmongery, Boots, ,Crockery, Stationery, Fancy Goods, Garden Seeds, &c., &c. .Their charges will be found most moderate, being lut a slight advance on Melbourne cost and carriage for heavy. goods, while for DIIAPERY, &c., a favourable comparison can be made with the Melbourne retail prices. Customers will find the striotest attention paid to business, and all ,order, however small, l . carefully attended to. :... . . Ploughs, Harrows,, Bar :ron, and Timber.; in Stock. OATS nA, rAN c r CA.. . .he; very Bes Liquors of Every Descriptiono! aOTýýa T ,S lAND CýOLý,©Gf.A tL ` . G:Aý E S.'rG ood Sta bling. illiar*ds! Billiards!! ,: . MAN SFIELD. B- GS to inform' the Public tliat he has at his Establishmeat'tho only Billiard Table in lansfield, an Importation from the best ...
MANSFIELD STOCK REPORT. September 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 September 1869
TA'TSFI1LD .STOCK, ,RPOIT.1 rM 4sympg; J temher 3: MTr Dut ,fuemsh'es usowih Theh following as the "ruling prices:- G 9 Fat Cattle- ilulple, LB6 to 18; cow', L6 to, L6. at- , herep o ross-reds. 14 to 1so ; mer e:,oe t str,;s o s o(1ood'f ototb oeittle; sell IJqts. equal saexo, hWqrth.L3; good $toro 'wotioth, 0r, iloo..r QAttA'TA. Soptdmbtr 10, ?lour, p"ton. to .. ;;?14 o1 0 to £14 10 : 0 ,°? wh, h? ?.?.lhe?l Os SGor o? .. fats " '9.0 oI 10 03 Pollard ;do: : ' t,1 01 0 0 1-:6 Potatoer, Iper ton ':'.. 0 0 ... ,-- 0: 0 lTny, per ton ..:7 O0- 7 I0: 0 uttfer (frelh) . " '. . 0 0's + . 'o 3 I)o (potted) 0.. ;10 0 9 -0 :1,. 6 I es, per dro . ý .o 0 n0-Al . 0. PFacon, per lb 0 0 0 ---0--1- 6
BENALLA STOCK REPORT. Fat Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 September 1869
w NLL?-sr, ITAm8TO0O- RREPORT: .? " unlloc o .. £6 0 0 , o - jo n8 0 Ce L 0 on at'Shere i h ' -. "0-o-5 -::r W-',ietherf on r , .,r r ; ao?.;., '.?;. o,. £0 0 tor- 3 :10 0O , do- .. ... tt 6 8 0 e0 ' tte, - er b S toe - B -... 0 5 :' : i , . 0 - 6 n.a ?., t .i ' o .; ; ".. ' .0 l 0 o 6.o There ieogr ",in no oho age to notod in iieiikrke 'Rillir g.;Oncxeeae = r:: # . - ý9'otet r O. do ... ... 0 0 0D L '6 rPollard; do .... .0 0' 9 0 i 6 Futter, peer thrs ` ."=b 9 :0' 2 0 Pecos, ' 1ldo 010 0 1
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 September 1869
~ L?, XA·NDRA.-Impouudedat Alexandra, 27th , Apgust .1 :rlloy mare, star, D near shoulder , rllrown mare, foal at foot, O near shouldqri .IlIey.mare, T over.4 near shoulder J.lack filly, no visible brand 'r ,]Bay mare, CO over 0 near obhoulder, Illegible brand off shoulder 'To be sold on 29th September. ".BENALLA--Impounded at Benalla" " Chesnut mare, amall star, war o.n Inside near fore arm, JP conjoined off shoulder Grey .cob horse, near hip down, blotch off Sshboulder tRed and white cow, oD near loin, illegible brand near ribs S;$trawberry heifer, OH near.rump . ,jtrawberry cow, GO near rump, 117 off ribs and .rump }0ied steer, OM over off rump To.be sold on ,oh October. S '?OWMIAN'S FOREST-Impounded at Beech S rorth Shire Pound, Sth September-Tres pass 2, s each tGrey horse, shod, like " t.under .illegibtles bacd near thigh aAream coloured.pony mare,.docged tail, offhip down, cropped ears, like IIUl coejoived'.ear shoulder '.Toa.b o!dh. th October. " EEOH?WlORTII-Impounded at Bo...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. (Before Mr Wills, P.M., AND Dr Heath, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 September 1869
3EDBENALLA POLICE COURT. (?efore Mir Wills;,P.Mand Di Heath, J.P.), G od ar v Ryan=An`, aceton for the recovery of £6 for, board and lodging, ind £20s:Od for goods euprplied. There wasp no appearaooof defeod ,a n t . . : . - . Plaintiff is a ipublica raesiding at Beaalla, and brought the action igainst Mies Ryan,,,but Mr Wills obJectedTto-t o. bill of itoms: acnoet;belng auf~ibiintly 'expliclt;'iiid'lao'cod the cause on"the' bottom of the list.to .have "it amended. .After the hearing ofthe,only 'other case, plaintiff had not amended'the summons to the satisfaction of the' Bench, andltheio.: se was dismissedlwith~uta prejudice. ,;, . Wolsle v. Robertson-An action to recover £? 1so ld,;:the balance due to plaintiff'froi wges over and above goods 'supplied by defeiidat."... ' .Mr Pow was, for, plaintiff, and Mir;,dM'Dpnnoel for defendant,. .,. Mlr ,'M'Doinell `took tho prelimiunary objection, that,thcre weroe.no,dates iontlhdbill of particu lore.. ,Mr?'Pow appliGd".to a?mod tb?o .aummo...
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 September 1869
AGItIOULTUIE, io. Thoe transantione in broadstulfs this past week have not bson ,very:iotedsiro, i' csonsequeoico of holdersu declilnig to negotiite at pr'sont pricos. Flour is voery firm, and il atadon cy o rise. £16; is being givoenfor;best, brands of Victorian made, and in-small trade parcels ; but10s less may beho qotcd.es the current;.:rate. Wtheat I still inquired for, butsremains very scarce; as high as 7T has boon ';given for superior nmilling samples:.'-- A few\thousand bushels Neio Zaland wheat has eoon sold at 6s Gd, to arriv e. Oats have been sold at 4o 7d, and maize may be quoted from 21 to 3d higher than our last veeeks'quota. tions,'?say'-io 4s 9d. Dair, produce maiutails full ratos. orspeaks; from' fs Gd to il's d, sind saleable. ' Since teo 3rda'fow slight showers have fallen, especially ipon, Tuesday evening, when thefraisi wats more contiuouso than no"hays oeriicornced for months. Should' th weathe o ? i? e' until the-oend-of-the -mon b-our-f armsre may-=look hlei...
WHAT WE DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 September 1869
WHAT WE DRINK. Benalla ought to be a very happy place - if hapinness can be imparted by first- class beverages - for, small as is the township, it can nevertheless boast of as good a sup- ply of liquid aliment as even the metropolis itself. With a plentiful supply of beautiful water running in the many channelled Broken River, and wines that will compare favour- ably with those produced in most other localities, which may yet excel in quaility those of other vineyards, Benalla has lately added to these an ale quite equal to the far-famed Castlemaine, whether judged of by the standard of clearness, or of agree- ableness to the palete, or by its effect on the system after partaking of it freely; and now we have suppied to our hand those refresh- ing beverages, soda-water and lemonade, and these of a quality that is incomparable. Water, wine, beer, soda-water, lemonade, all &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; produced here, and spirits imported of the very best quality! Say we...
LONGWOOD. September 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 September 1869
LONG WOOD., q x(FRnOx'OUil'oWii"o OORRESPONDE;si .) ', September. 9; Juvenile pilfering; is: ramptintr .:!here'is not a town or villngo in the colony. free. from the pest, and it is a lamentable fact that in the main it can he tracell to'thi example of, vicious parente, who fattlen ujpon" theb fiuitss 'of their children's' misdirected, .labour. ' Thce young ,cnadgors'are excellent judges of quality; whether .it b?o klid, sueking:pig;'goose, duck, or fowl, they invariably take the best of their kind, and their selection would delight the most fasti dious epicure.. Nor are, their attoenions confined to. this single department; as not-'a garden in their neighbourhood butrtie siubject to their sys. tematic inspection and exaction. Mr Watt, the proprietor of the Longwood Hotel, for'somo time past entertained an impression; tlht his? garden esculents disappeared more rapidly than the con. sumptlon of his establishment warranted, and .enceiving.that', " He who prigs what isn't his'u, VWhen...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, SEPT. 17, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 September 1869
of": a: o i'rlla t fblisher din dou'la.l f intereoat oons ti o'tqe on in : T?: prepleosd p rse uedivii6O 0op the Shinro iofi 1euairiiinto,'ri ingnn arndoulS i ] IP On linr' :: beoen: moot points for;:discuiioon sincb tho • report of the dounciu i sl pr~icedings published in our lest. Many opinions have been x-. ýressed nd?erso to tleo prop'sitidn to divideo Renhallo int6 three parts, giving la portion of the town :to euah riding, it being consideied that the town is already too much divided h the roken' River running through it, seP thtto stillfurther divide it will lead to agreater lashing of ?nterests tthan even no t exiots, id considerably retard tie pros perit? f thocontral town of the liire. .By this party-it is orgucd that wheoi the proper time arrives the best course will ble to make Bonanllr--that is, the whole, of the, territory 1!,ing within a mile radiunb of the' Broken River Bridge-a riding by itself, and divide t'ei wholeofothe remainder of .the 'shireinto north and sou...
MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, September 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 September 1869
MANSFIELD SHIRE KCOUNCI:t: Wednesday, September 15. The usual fortnightly meeting of this Council. was hold on the above date, the members in at Stendance being the President, and Ore Kitchen, Ohenery. Tomkine, and Cotter, Theo minutos of the former matting were read and confirmed, 0CORRSPONDn0NOE. A letter from n.ratepayer, stating that in.ad dition to havitg'pid lhe.ratee, to the Council he had been requested. to ayi 0s Gd for special ratcs, and refusing to comply witl the latter. The President understood that at the time the special rate was made the p"ropierty was occupied by a Mr Baiter, whose- name also appeared on the special list:asbelngg liab'e to the above named amount. ,The collector was ;orderod to.seorvo the isual notice'iponpMi~lBaxter and sua hlm 'ast a do. faulter should he refuse to pay. Another correspondent. complained of being requested, to:payratqs' for i at'plad0 never occupied by him, which appeared to be correct, and the matter wag referred to the collector. ...
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 September 1869
aI a AGRIOULTURE; :& I'jBrondstuffea ro still on the rise Flouris.now commanding £:l18 forrirstolass braids;, and very, little doubiit remaniis but that itwil reach £20 lieforo anothoer monbith-on ordors it wo areo aware of having been forwardedifor tsupplies to those ?ports with larger stocks in hand. A slarge paircel of anu ciferir brand was ..disposed of yesterday' at £17 1 Wh eat 'is .still very scarce, and is oow worth from 7s'.0d'to 7s 10d ilorse corn continues to riso also, and oats are worthl now •from 4 9d to 4s, lid,. ay. is scarce, and quoted'frnm£8 to £09 Gs Shipmentts are alieady coming in from Sydney. Strawmi from ,£4 ' to £15 l0s; , ) .in uch;a season as the prsaint those. who l?av lald ,down paddocki': o r 'plot with grasses will 'dxporience a little difficulty in- establishing: a' ilaht'if tho' sowing was' pos!ponod' until :the ,pring, .We !l, ai hdeiid, aniyi coi, laiit of the seed *' malting," and, in some 'cas, espesciially. upon, the blaqk bialti isoels,...
THE CARANDINI CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 September 1869
THE CARANDINI CONCERT. As ~annuncod, theose noted arliates made their appearance here on Saturday ovwning, in the hall altached to the Royal Hotel, which was very well filled on the occasion. This was a Carandini concert pure and simple, as AMr. Welter Sherwin was suffering from a very severe cold and had to excuse himself. It was a pity, because, however good their singing may be; two hours and a half of ladies' voices only is too much for one's ear, which requires variety to keep its sense of enjoy ment in a healthful state. Madame Osran dini was also slightly affected by cold; but the young ladies were ,in, splendid voice. 'Their powers were severely taxed owing to the extra burden thus thrown upon them, but they seemed to take it in good part, and the exertions they made showed unmistakably the genuineness of their splendid vocal organs anid the extraordinary exertions they are capable of making. We should, however, re commend them not to repeat the experiment any oftener than i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 September 1869
DISTRICT COURTS, RF, chworth Circuit Court ... Wednesday, oct. 13 l.,nalda County Court ... Wednesday, Nov. 17 \V. unratta Qounty Court... Friday, Nov. 10 ·,. srfiold ('onoty Court .'. Bnturday, Nov. 13 J -,nieon OGeneral.Sessions Wednesday. Nov. 10 County Court ...'Thursday, Nov. 11. Court of alines... Tlurodty, Nov. I t a~ mu uunn• I nnn nLumnn
MELBOURNE. September 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 September 1869
DMELBOURNE. (Feo OUR OwN CORtBSPONDENT.) September 22. 7-Thuep ihiolpal;topiC or interest nowv cou pying the public attention is the change of Ministry. During the week the various can. ards flying nbout as to. the probable conatitu. tion of the coming Ministry were in alme in. stasnces absurd enough.' Nearly on every tide it-tas' allowed that any combination having Mr Dulty in its composition would be unacceptable to the publio,' hand hibshamu now appears to be n source of weaknlia:to any party. Some of those while pretend to know' what takes place behind the scenes say that Mrr Ml'Culloch will make little or no opposition to the new- Ministera being ro cturged. by their various constituencies, but there is little doubt that the tail of the late Ministry willt endeavour wi'h all their might to nip the rising rebellion in the bud by op, posing the election of the Minjsters, sn I thus crush their oppeaents at once. It is very generally thought that at least one-half of the Ministry w...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, Sept. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 September 1869
B'I3ENALLA. SHIRE COUNOIL. Wednesday, Sept 22. Present-The President, annd ra. .Hoskin, Sullivan Hall, Simson,and Roe. . The minutes were read, and (after aslight emendation as to Cr. Simson having apologised at the previouls meet. ing, which was altered to "Cr. Simson withdrew the expression he used") confirmed. OREnnPOEnnEscE. Prom the Central Boanl of Health, enclosing a copy of the Amending Public Health Act, 1867,and inform. ing the Council that the Central Board wished all local bodies to be inested wi th thepower of. suppresing nuisances should any arise. The President said it was quite optional on their part teo accept the power; " Cr. Simson said they ought.to lave the. plPeto. upt. press nuisances. He hal seen nuisances?; ;e.eud thise towns, and it was only right thalt they should'be able to protect the public health,: . It was decided to postpone the matter for a fortnight, for the iuerpose of lookingover the act. Prom Oltice of Lands and Survey, acknowledging receipt of ...