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BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
S? Typdnosday, ur?! ',di 4? 1 '0. The Council met oi)W edncsday, the"cdmncillors pre. ho sent being the Precidontnni dl[esars :Hoskin, IRedding, Blackbnrne,.Clarke, SimnBo, ogsr;iGuppy, and Roe. S'~Tlhe minutesowororead, and confirmed., , ok c " cl r corn ENoi . esre.ne 'Prom Richard Knott, requesting an advance of £30. Its The Secreti?yoaid he had not yet haid time to examino 110 the returns. It wasn ordered that£24 be paid. "From Patrick O'Brien, applying for payment of £2 r.' 12s for.flood damages:; i f ire As fih adh donha the works it w.e-ordercd to.-le paid:' + - _ - " . . •; From John Forsyth, again calling the Ciepicel'seatten is tion to Williamn Payne obstructing Iis raid. . S':BFoin?6n'"fiosid hei haid spoken" td 'Payii:- It' was decided tlhat'if Payeio'did not reinomovbefore the cid 6f tlho'ivekproceedign sliould be. taken. ?s'l : :,' ; ni0 .5iOr Peter, yani; that. Mr Turnbull had' not rec 'moved hsl fencefmm, theoWinton: common, and the 1st lo. of Jrinuary had pl ed.' " ...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
MELBOURNE PRIODUOE MAIRKET. \It .M. M'Caw Adamson and Co report, for the week ,a~eding January 11, 1871 :-- ;.. ":, ,. ev. Ai.very i great:? improvement. in,the flour and ,e grain market during the pa t week, and :c prirs .4.pondinp increase in business transaoted..,,.r ' :iwd :oBest brands offlour are worth:£13 10e to £14 ; and prime samples of wheat, Ga ld. ,3 o SOats are in good request at up to Si3 8d for feed~d Milling samplos would fetch lid more.: S. : ýMlaize has realisod beyond expectation, 4s 10j.l L elng obtained to-day, an advanceb of 7J per nbushel'on last quotations.' A shipment of New Zealand flex and tow,,wai quitted at £25 and £10 respectively. _ ' .In. dairy produce, butter advanoed'-ldiper I? blit'in cheese anid hacon uothiug to remark. --Below we giveodetails. - . 'I" Fl?nriper ton : ...'. 13 .7 to £14 0 0 ! laise, perbushel ... 0>0- 0 0 .4 l10( >Wheat, do 0... O 10, 0 I0 !1 Hfarley, malting,do ...0 3:10 0 4 0 tnts,eed, do 0... 0 3, 7 0 3 8i Pield'Pa ido O....
MELBOURNE. January 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
1 MELEOURNE. S (Fno onM Ow cOW~ n sroNDEPNT.) ;tTho first'meeting in connection with the en L suing elections took place at the orderly room, :.Carlton, last night; and if it is to be taken' as a oriterion, the temper of the people in the city and: suburbs is very demonstrative indeed., Mr. Burt.was not very.happy; he dwelt very strongly on his weight of years and. lengthy conneetion "With political hffairs..' He se6ried to be astounded that his'constituents woere not proud of the fact'lhat he hoad been chosen: to the high' ind'-important bofiol of Government whip, or as hle mildly called it, secretary to the Cabinet; and-went into.afulL, explanation of the mysteries connected with. that mysterious offiee,ntaking g eat credit to himself for his ad roitness in proventing tho machinery of Parlin. menit goitig wrong-and, in fact, if wo are to believe him, he and he only was theo cause of ,so;much practical business being got throuigh last session. The meeting, which was numer ously att...
SITTINGS OF COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
. >SITTINGS OCOURTS. loechworth Circuit Court... Saturday, April 22. Do General Sessions... Friday, Fob 3. , Kilmore .do r: ,... Friday, March 17. ---Mansfield -- do ... Friday, MaHy 26. Upper Goulburn (Jamicl o , eon) d- . ".l2,WW?incadty; Mgy 4, W\anarartta County Coaut...,Thuredar, Fal lO. lBenalla County Court . ..Paturday, Febl 18 S--Mlanafold CountyCourt- ... Sa:urday, May 27. S..JamicFon.CountyyCourt ... Wednescday, Mlay 24 Do: Court of MinLs ' VWednesday, May 24. l Alexandra Cunty Coiurt'.. Wednesday, My 17. l allas a 'do" P.. "ittinday. Foeb 18. Jamieson `"i' d' "..' Wednesday, May 24. ' Miifield do - .. d atuirdy,. May 27. SAlexandra Cout'of? linea... Wedneaday; May 17. ?. famieson, do `:. :. Wednesday; May 24 Manf.io ' do • - .
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Jan. 10. (Before Messrs Wills and Sharpe.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
BENALIIA POLICE COURT. :Tuosday, Jan. 10.! (Before Messrs Wills andB harpo.) James Dunlop and Richard Griffiths were charged with assaulting and robbing James tlor bert, at Baddsginnie, on the 8th )nst. Me'M'Donnoll for the dofence. JaodeHoerbert, a traveller, remembered Sun day, tho8th, when he was travelling from Benalla to Baddagianle. He arrived about midday, and stopped .at Darey's..),Knew Dunlop, -who- ?was drinking with him: Wotit to Duilop's store with his horse, and had drinks Went boek to Darcy's. .Saw the two prisoners there. There was somitiilk:1f boIotitg- about cutting a tumbler through with a bullock whip. Witness took out a£1-.nototo bot ith a roan and he took £1 and 'fHioygave it"o Dnray~-'T s liali?o bet'£1 more. When efirst went to Dorcy's he lid over £20 In notes and silver. Saw the man he bet with cleaning a coach next day at Baddaglnnio. More ,drinking ,took place, 'when Dunlop struck him ,vlolently on the forehead. He ruehod out of the house;. and: Dunlop and ...
Commercial. BENALLA, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
B?NALLA. Januayy 13.. Fli-n, per ton • ...D 10 0 Oto £11 0 0 Wheat, per bushel ... 0 0 0 0 .3 0 Pollar4 do '... 0 0 0 1 0 Bran, do . 0 0 0 1 6 S dta,..,-.do. , 0 2 6 - 3 .0 MASIILtD January 12. 11itm, per tvO; £:.:,0,.#o 0 0it Liti 0 0 Potatoes;;";do ' U -0-`0 -_= 0?-?0: Cl~df straw))do:... O 0 0x-0 0 3 0 0 . (open) do ,: ..O 0.O 0 0 W ioot, per buohel 0-; -?` ?-o ,i'd1iaia. :db 0'~i9'003,3 Jran, "do Sr'.;.... 00 O 0 0. 1 +0 ?h'llard, :do- 0 0 0; ,1' 3 S 1J on, per ,, .0 0. '0 ? ' : 0 3 0 i -+?'"er?e~?+ +,?.;?o;-oLo .+ o. ]. , ;,? (+ :++ ,-,' .: ?: . .?:q .e?? ? +.+..•
SUSPECTED MURDER. INQUEST AT THE DEVIL'S RIVER INN. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
= ei Inqaes T TilE DEVL n RIVEn.INN ' " t p, On Wednesday, Dr Rowe, the coroner,lhold an inqiiest Id at thI Devil'sRiver Idni, on the bddy of Jamcs M'Nally, who had been found dead'on bthe previous day inn a patdo ck belonging to Mr Chleiory, situated near Martin;s 's Gap. Tlhe jury proceeded to view the body, which was a skeleton, the head being severed from the body. ITlio t it clothes were, however,- in such a stato of preservation s as to make its idontificatiano easy.' Theocircumstancs under which it was found woren fully, described by the I a- witnesses, whose testimony we give in detail. b James Owens delpnosed-I.an a farmer livilig at Mans. field. I knew thille deceased Janies M'Nally, and re cognise the body from the clothes as being that of Jainms MIDNnlly. It isabout five weeks since I sa? hinm alive. r I was searching for hitn yesterday, as he hal been mis. to sing about a lonth. 'I was searching with about 20 more in a paddock belonging to MrI Chenery calledi i- Wilsol'...
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
A"O . A RICULTURIE, &o. aithoughlwo have had no roports of transactions. a taking place at a higher quotation. thani that o': I last week, Our speculators aroevidontly waiting the, result of this mointh's threshing, as the t various repiorts of yields have hitherto beenr too funreliable;::.Bet.brands of flour .aro up to 13e .perr contaen . Wheat is very scarce harvesting Soperations, it is prostmed, hilving put a itosppago to carting.,. Mlllers ere till offering OD Od per Scontal. *u' horo.corin thoroe has-been a good busineooss dono.. ,alus is firm 'at from 7e 6d to. 8s per cental, and oats fiom 8s 21 to'8s bsd per n ceutal. liarley--goodl malting.is: ayorth 8s to. d 83d per oental. ' . - , _. I. --How will the- agricultural statistics be taken d thisautumn .Will this.important return Ihe a entrusted to tlre Shire Cou;cils, corporato bodies, o polieo,.or?to thesamoe class of collectors employed a upon former ocoasioes? The-last plan is the best, doubtless, p:ovided propei m...
Thursday, January 12. (Before Messrs M'Beau and Sharpe.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
Thursday, Jnnuiry-,2, S(Before l'ears r il'Bonn a6nd Sharpe. James Dunlop an I Richard Griti'ha wiro again brought.up on remand, charged with violontly assaultingr?andrlrobbing one James Ilerbost. The depositions ware real over. ,Mr Nicolas again appear'd to prueecuto, and 1ar .sI'PDonoll for tho defence. Davidil. PAlmer was called, and sworn-Was a publican at Balduginuie. On Sunday, the 8th lsnt, ho hoard a great noise at Dsrdy's shortly before 9 o'clock. About that time lbo saw rtne one leave Darcy's with a light.-- A m-n called 6at his] housoeb.hortlyC=:fterwards., Zr Nicolas aked witneas to state whet the main cold 'him.;b`ut Mr I'Donnell objected, and the Btdoh allowed tho'ol j.ction; - Crossoexamiued-None of the waggouors, mn. tigned "?ers at'his place hiiat iiibht;, ~ steaw thcrn wers so"me persons moving'°dol i'tie' robi--i screaming and makitui n'greeatnoise, bht he cohed not diitingisgaiiishi:they wore. Robert Deon, groom' at B.dldaginnio, was att Deircy'sa'u' Puunday,'the...
ALEXANDRA. MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
bhoMystiriouse:i iA!fesweooksandiyoutican;rccord Jd dividends' iniitlosoei lainiis.'Znro' "a An,; a :c j . ; ";The?l' ust i'iTimnb:hasbb0li sold;this r wco i ?'IiC ,600 ';bCit a6fii's lcil"'qibbl' prevints "l'I:tls'.' f~ i Illo?S ftib'i ":rocivin. g ?thie . Thide iorile ia indgdpon acountefwa~er T"he S7 .4 F lat. isnot-y'ein t et sat Lrk ." Whi ýLre nrothe"Dauntless Coampany ?:. _z . ., +ad .' Pennisigtoei's ilaim;Robinsonen CrusCoe,, is. . The!,Asie y?isstill a" progressive' mievii Theican, o dinnid g, Ism pteed opayablume' ,: Some climsalong the Lily line will crush nexrt weak ;". ,-:" u S ThEoHin~iwaird' Blond; will crush noixt * weo" ek:rei60 tons now-onthe grass.i,: ,~,',? . ''He'eioi'b MinlitltfthO Goulburn ievernhre now beoing o'worked, the river being low.,! ShOirn Loc a Pi gmeasnsTienr e i STii?y ?the moetingdyiljr. The Proeidezit is a solicitor, and,th'igreht debaitrafisn a:cun slor,:or as mowe sn iiitlio vulgati , barrieter: .The great pOint in dispunt: lost. meetirin wii...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, SATURDAY, JAN. 14, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
Published WeekJ.. IJ I.LA, S. TUtDA.Y, i JAN. 14 18471. o! oi `act of gross injustice to this distriot is about to be perpetrated-vi, the ibrcuksng ,oUOi of tho Mulwal police station; and another is contemplated-thrblmoval of pilic,proteo. tion from ShcpparLon.: Theso 'two'rorders, iewxwhonr carriod:;out, will place, _ i immneso tract, of country entirely at the mery of somu lawloss ruffian who miiay become: acquaintcd t lththe facilities thus afforded for successfully nccomilishii~g any scheme of villany', without I fear of consequences. Let any one glance at the map, and'judge for himself, and then ifI what we say do not stir up the pcople to nation in aself-defcnco, we must conclude that there is no public spirit in this shire. Taking nearly;the bolndarie~- ib the Dndalla mining divisioni there ^ýg.1 then'niot" be a single 1 policeman thationed therein. Commence at Euro, and follow up the Sevon Creeks to l 8hepparton, thence round the large bond to where the Goulburn joins tho Mu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
I1POUNDIN GS.. i e RENALLA-Impounded at Benalla Bay marb, 8-- near shoulder, 8 near-thigh Blue roan horse, collar marked, nearknee troken, S :JO off shoulder .. Bay filly, white hind feet, G near shoulder To be sold on lst February. 11 ºt HILTERN-Impounded at Chiltern, Blat December 4 Black horse, collar marked, illegible over JM near shoulder, JM near ribs,. Notice sent to supposed owner . On 30th December White cow, anchor off rump, like 43 near thigh White heifer calf, progeny ; : a On 31st December Bay or brown filly, blaze, hind fetlocks white, m near shoulder , S To be sold on let February. a KILMORE - Impounded at Kilmore, 2nd January . e Bay horse, long tail, 8D near neck, 8 near shoulder To be sold on let February. IONGWOOD-l mpounded at Longwood, 28th r December Grey mare, J off shoulder (0 reversed) S JT conjoined "To be sold on 25th Januariy. SANGARATTA-Impounded at Wangaratta Red and white steer, branded JWioff ribs Yellow and white steer, branded,RG or RO near thigh Ro...
WHAT CARLIE'S "NO" MEANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
WIHA OCARLIE'S "4NO"' 1 ZJNlS . I ,Cariti, do you loveo .m...no . ''Wlll?yon fool qorry, if I go away never to re turn ?V, ??' No:" Well, good-bye, Carlie,. . goadbye?'`. , .. . "' Archibald Sylvester walked quickly from the . ,^ cozy little sitting room, out into the garden; down .: ,t'he f.rv:elled walk whIch led ?to' tho'.street. so, alkoi lqulckly, withudt once looking back.: CX' arlie stood by the ,window watching the tall S figule of her lover till he passed out of sight, her S-.black eyes dancing with mischief. S:r'''. Whit a goosey he was to, believe me ," and . abhe laughed a meery happy laugh; "as If any ' . could help' loving him, with his beautiful blue eyes and suniy hair! Oh, Archie is a dar. Jiog I nd E mean to let himknow it some day.. n.,?But not yet awhile; I'm fond of teasinghim ;he' ' 'lo?oloi?te'n bea'utifully ?"?vsgo when .I make' him angry. I wonder how soon he will come back'l In alnut' half an hour. I suppose'; just time enoch tfo [cool his temper. When lie ...
STRAY SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
:IS£TRAY SHOTS. - r, (oi A stiARP SHOOTEaR ) PREMIUMa? TO, BUS'itANGEas ; Notie, i: hereby given, that the Government of Vic torip, believing that bushranging ought; to b teke its place among?other native industries, and with.them shouldroceiveoveryencournge- d meantandaid, do liereby notify that in!future t! all obstneles in the shape of policemen willt be withdrawn from tht part' of the- Benill a district ling betwoen'ilifPeG~ ulburn-and the "M v'ri+ay's ' ' .i ' hi]iert& p '- ?+?r . Murray,"ad hitherto protected, by police aliftioos at Shep[iarton and - arrawenga-g (otherwise Mialwula) and lest tliebtiildinigi now in use in connectio. therewithl might posasibly liiari the .tiustyinnid loyal -subjects of Her Maijeety, aled bushrangers, tti said buildings shall be sold adndben removed;from their present location. And notice is hereiy' furt;ber giv:,i that in order to facilitate the1 freer interchange of live stock from New South Wales into. Victotia, moro especially cattle ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 14 January 1871
No 1l U. "RAILWAY HOTEL, NUNN' ST Eu ? BENALLA. .i '-- r- " d custome.n thathe' still eortissna keep none but irst quality drinks-at his hotel, which is now much more comfortable than whet he first opened. O E : MC 4. 1 M!? . FIRST.OLASS WINES. INCOMPARABLE SPIRITS. (But no Spiritism). STABLING. FREE. Large. =Accommodation. Paddocks. RAILWAII Y H.O.T.L:' SMa r.: G1 JP : Op e, . S(OrP?ixTH CouRT' HOUE, BEirALDLA), Solicitor,; Proctor,-.. Ann Conveyancer. . I.. . .F+H.: HO'SK'IN, I3LACKSM ITH AND FARRIER, SNEXTROYAL HorEL , BRIDGE STREET, ·BENALLA, EQS to :notify that he has reduced the charge B for shoeing horses, as follows : Light Shoos per'sot . .} . 6' i Heavy' do do , s All other charge: will be proportionately rse dotod to meet the timoeso FIPISTdLASS WORAlNBIIeIP, AS InLETOFORE. .JOHN,, .LAPRA lK, :BRIDGE STREET,' ,.HAS always - on Hand an EXTENSIVE STOCK of Genuine 'H orse and G Cattle Medicines. castrations, -iring, and: all bopera tions skilfully performed, on the -.most re...