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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 28 January 1871
Receritly i tailor.cnme.ti reside in Mfans. field-named-Flood, wri hiso eI ifbrtunlately c,?ome very soon io grief. On Tuesday he was :arrested by Sergeant I yeas for larceny as a h)ilee in approprintine saute blue cloth that belonged to one I.J. B3loek. The oname and description of Floor]d appeared in ilhe Police Gazellte, and thus Itd to "his arrest When taken to the lock-up, Flood stated thnt" being in want of moneylhis wife pawned tho.cloth in ),lelbournc for £1, lakinffild Indepcndctt. - -"-- r
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 24. (Before Messrs Wills, M'Kellar, and Henry.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 28 January 1871
S I3ENALLA POLICE COURT.. Tuesday, Januiary 24i (Beforo Meecrs Will, 31~'Kellar, and Henry.) Martin Buelo?nan was filed'. 20e for being' druvk and disorderly on the prrovlie'dv : y '" .M'Grath v Davidson - For:evadiig bpolls -Richard M'Orath, the lesseeon of the Bonalla tell. gate, said Ihat on the 20thilial he-aw defendant. 200 yards below the tollgate, in ohar.o of".amoh of cattlie. He said. the numhor~wn.O24S, He crossed the catlbewith'out'oerminl°thioufh the. tollgate. Went' to himi and naksndhimifor the toll of Id per head. Defendant ollered-half toll,: which plaintiff rofueed. *By the Bench-Davidson went through the 'toll with his horses. Nb anpeonrance of. defend ant. Mr Row, for plaintiff, proeseod for.the full penalty. The Benich fined defendant. £3; andi £2 ls coals, In default 14" days' Imprisonment. Lapraik v Simson--Setled. O arke v Riordan--Mr Poewtfor'coi~plaihant;: Mr M'Dornnll for. defendant.o ln or goods do-. livered. Dismissed. ,: ;
TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENALLA ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 28 January 1871
TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENALLA ENSIGN. Sir,--n your leading article of the 6th inst you say no far as the Murray Boroughs is concerned Mr P. Hann:i is perfectly safe, so much so that you ,would be astonished if any one had the courago to oppose him, and confidently expect that heo will have a walk over. As an elector I cannot make it out that you should speak so much in favour of \r P. Hfannn, for what good he has done since' he has been in the Assembly, and speak so lightly of Mnr Witt that his con. stituents are dissatisfied with him, and that his services will not loe required any longer. Having had the courare to think for myself, I can confi. deontly say thati"Mr Witt has faithfully repro sento I the .tMurray District, and done the bhost he poosihly. could for the ,welfare.of.his cono: stituont~, anl that Mr P. IItnoa'could not have done worse let him try ever so. Firstly, be voted against orotect!on to native industry, and when I asked himi"ahniit`a railwayhe said obtter make. t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 28 January 1871
M 1%]PuUND'IN S. K ILTORi -= Impbunded at .Kilnorc,: 2nd January BUly horse, small star,h blck pointsi long tall, SD near necek nenear shoulder To be sold on lost Febriaty. LONG WOOD-- ,ne? ,inl, '.at Lonigwooed byl M r' Mcertney;, 7,h'Ji:nary " Ohoasnnt horse, =a off alldlder, iD+,ff:thigh'l: Ilack horse, satoll star, JO ,ear shoubller'i ) .: Dark bay' horse, star, near hind. fetlock white, JW ltar shoulder, like broad off .jiw Black yearling~filly, star, - oeir sbt ut ler Clhetnut horse,i srine in face, cca over 5 near slhouller, AB cotrjained off Red nst white cow, mn, tledl face, like A 'flf ibh' " To, be iell on lIt Ft'ebrusiy. SA'"NFFIRLDIipiundca1 at NlMa?fiell Shirr. Pound,31at Daecomber; by 1ts .1'LLodd- No trespass ' Bay mar., black pointe, saddle marked, lame, JV nare shoulder To bo sold'on 8th February. 3] UROHI SON-Imtpounded at ,lurchiron;4th SJ,ua:try-'l'Tros.tsn 6i eai h Bay ,orse, ,laze, off hind fetlock white, .lio D' near shoulder. 1iroshiholro,lwlhz, white m ?zil...
THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 28 January 1871
. "THIE ENGLISH .MAIL. The next Mali for England, the Continent of Europe, India, China, Aw.,, will close at Benalia' as-follows:- - For registered letelors aol Saturday, 28th Jan money orders ~at 11'a.m. For newspapers c'I South- Monday, 30th. Jan : : . ampton - at 11 .,m, For ordinary lettors ri ? Monday, 30th Jan Nouthampton and trindisi t 111.20 a.m. For - newspapers rih Monday. 30th. Jan S Brindial at l.20 n.m. N.B.-Poet-office money orders, payahse in the United Kingdom, will he obtainable at this office up to 11 a.m. on Saturday,28th January. - .Benalla, Dec-mhor 20, 1871 ?
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Saturday, Jan. 21. (Before Messrs Rowe and Smith.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 28 January 1871
' MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. L '(Bsofor' eesnia kboae and Smitl)jI LTi Taslafield Shire Council v Kelson-A summons :f9 £1 special rate struck inJnuly, 1868. Alr'O'Lenry appeared for theoý1ouncil, an'd Mr S-. V. Smith for the' defendanr;, who:~ia?l under the 86th'section of the Justice ofPeace- Statute the Coudcil were out of coirt. The Bench, held the 'objection' t6'beofatil and' diemissieid'the csile: 'T There wasoe asecond, summone aarainet . Mr Kelson for £1 6s,o whichc 'ivjlowithdaWiirr."Theb Bench'awarded the deferidnnt"'£l Sri coost, .lanrfield Shire Councilv Oarlilile--~ fr O'Lenry appeared for the complninn'ntr.r The amount had - been paid into court-viz.,-£t 10s. Judgment was given for.the cdmplaianuts,.with £1 13s Sd coast'. Same v Snme-Mr O'Lary for the complain ari ts: A'iitrioi for 7e 8d pecinl rate;? , • The. e bsitirthad h.eedp iirrtd.iito:court: An' order was mde for 2s (d coPer; Cahn ard Loebel W'i lnarley-A uraimons for £6 IOrfeor goods, . The~defendant. ndmitted the:...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 28 January 1871
RAILWAY. HOTEL ,NUNN STREET, BENALLA. -0 G'EO. BUGBIRD wishes to remird lii?friendd and customers that he?'til' 1c itainut eti kee none lit; thast quality drijks t 4 ii lioie!, whhhi iinow'ntuch more'comfo'tuble tiP'ant hat ibe ? t aopen ed '&lt;&lt; :' i . ' ?;,. ', . , FI,, Fq 4: : IT: CLASS ?-'ICE? S, ,. ,, : INCOMPARABtLE -SPIRITS. "Large 4ccdommo'ditto Pl"addocks. IrR:AI:TL AY HU. E L Si.?,Mr, G.' , POOF ; 0 iW:, 0(oP sITr CounT E 116E0,I BeNALLA), S?olicitor?,rProctor, ,1 Tr r-? : . Ud?ud ,. ,. :r.-,? . .",,; ' C o n v e a C ; ...r: BLACKSMIrI'H A=ND f&RuitIER, IBRIDGE S:rT T,:B.NAL~A,- ,: BEGS to notify that he haI reduce;lthe charge for ehoeing. horSeo, as f oll.Wa : Lighi Shoes pdrr i' a .;: 2 ,.:; , Heavy do2.doS.;.,. ...; ... 8 All other charges will ho-in oportioniatc1 Xe. duced to ineet hlc tlmes. ' ^rhOT- OLA" s wo- tA'sntPr AS lHEtETOFFOR. :eterinarySur geon,.: BRIDGE 'STiET, lAS_ alwiaye on 'a iiiP EENSIV[. Genuine. l?oke ,and ... Catle i slie...
MURDER OF M'NALLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 28 January 1871
- MURDER OF.- 'INALLY; :;^. - 'On Friday, the adjourned Inquest on James M'Nally, who' wasfound i 'Wilon's ' pddock, nedr the Jamieson; road on thel3rd of Jatnary,'under circum iin ste ioint iag to'marder,,wao rs-med. \ ['I,., .Mi gerton, one of.thematos.:of the doceased, cross. eaminiaed the witnesses, as;also.did Datectiveo illiams, of Melbourne, who has charge of the case. The fol. lowIng evidencewos aiddiod ced*' o .1:1.o a 3-,r Janes Wallle w rr aicldal 'nd&aid The old mates * thai l'Nnally wantdto tse'e ° tChaogue Station were PatrickDoyleand dJames k(eloher. M'N Hally didnotca tion the names, but .those are thoemen.i:-, o.- i ,: .**By!Mr Egerton-You went out shooting on the after. noon of the 9th' of Decdmber." AftreM'Nally left:therei were no saddles and bridles left at our'place at Mounti Bulls. k Ther iere two strangers abiout ithe igh bcfore a onastorted on lst of Docomber for Jamieson.. 'I o.b jectedito strangers being brought on tholcreek for fear So: a'ileh:s i...
MURRAY DISTRICT ELECTION. To the Editor of the Benalla Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 28 January 1871
MURRAY DISTRIOT'ELEOTI'ON.. To the Editor of the Benalla Envign. Sir,-Who shall we elect as our repreentattivo for tlih MlirrAy District, and o6en whom can we de. pend ?iOn the listof compsltitore ,in _te im-. pending contet fo' £300a `yoer- I obserne the name of .Mr John Orr as a candidate for the Murray District. The friends of that gentleman will dollhtleo feel eratified with anything that may enhance his claims on public favour or as. tint him in the coming struggle. Therefore for their edificotion I b-g to supoly the fl!owiong in. i'dent in his career when representing this dl+ trict in the Aeombly :-.Some time previous to the last general election, a poor woman named! O'rlalloran purchased neveral allotments of land' at Violet Town, and to secure it 'from her hun. hand, who was addirted' to drink at'the time, she porchamld it in her maiden name. She discorrrod, 'howover, whentno late,.that.the,!rmnraction was invalid, and applied to Mr Nixon, land officer at Ilenalla, to have ...
MELBOURNE January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 28 January 1871
MELBOURNE (Fon OUR OW COnnESPONrDEt r.) J.. . anuary 26.. Parliament was dissolved yesterday by an extraordinary Government Gazette, and the ornele has at length spoken.' Sir James has addressed his Mornington constituents in a very lengthy address, in which the principal topics now before the public are treated:in a very fair spirit; although it is rather hazy in some parts. The Chief seems to have made up his mind to do battle with a will, and to endeavour by every means in his power to hold his position in the next Parlia ment. The next few days will show how the eat jumps, as the hnew aspirants.will now have the opportunity of holding ithli orob.-. jeoting to the Ministorial programme as put forth by their head. It is said that a. deter mined opposition is organised against: the-Mi-. nisterof Lands in hisdistrict,andrumour with. her busy tongue says that the Ministry would not be sorry-to have the chance of- selecting' a new Minister for that department.- :All the, constituencie...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 28 January 1871
Fumli.ed )Pee£ly. BENALIA, .SATURDAY, JAfN. 28, 1871. Tali election campaign has beeoon begun by Mfr. .Wrrr.inthis part of the Mfurray District, and whateter may be the doubtful nature of the promises he bas'ieceived at theo parsely-popu ated Wood's Point,'he ie beginning to learn ti hat his canvas will not hbe conducted on a bed i )f roses. Hie has now tried four places- - iansfield, Jamieson, Wood's Point, and Violet Town-and with what result ? Why, in i' plain words, with. the eoxception of the few people yet left at Wood's Point ho has every- o where met with failure. Both Mansfield and Jamieson have their local candidates, wholin this case will show him how holloeivero the chears which greeted his ears lately in that " part of'th'd country. Wo do not attach much I weight to local candidates generally, but .in ,thecaseoof Dr. Rowc, of Mansfield, he 'bvill eost with a foomnan far supoerior in eveory thing to himself, and the support he is likely to rece-ve in th-oMansfield Divisi...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL Wednesday, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 28 January 1871
iBENALLA\SFIIHRl COUNCIL: :Wednesday, January 25. :Present--The President, and Ors Hoskui,; Redding, Blackburne, Simison, Boger, Guppy, Roe, and Clarke... The minutes weo'-read and confirmed, and the correspondence was then dealt with, as follows: From'Peter Flynn, resig~inegsiis position as herdsman.of;ths Benalla.Farmers' Corn .n.n"f .Aceipted. ... . . .~ From. the Under-Treasiret, relative to license fees applied for. paid -by ir Haniiltoti, of Longwood, requesting i statn. tory declaration' that' Mr Hainilton's house as in the Shire of Benslla. To be prepared and forwarded, so:ns to obtain:a refund for. the money. From John" Stoavenson,.informing the Council that Mr Howard's guarantee policy ,had expired, anl that it wasnecessary, for his successor to take out ia .guarantee policy for £2150; and suggesting a. conferinc.U of the bodies interested. No action to he taken for theprre?etl. From Mr 3M'Donnell, applying for two hours' leave of absence oa Saturday. '.The President thoug...
MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 February 1871
id 'MANSTIELD. - 0 Pnoar !.TE INDEPENENT." .. t 'Mr.:.Robert Reid; has,-in answer to a e numerously-signed requisition, declared his . intention of standing for the Murray District. ef On Monday evening a meeting of electors .e was held in the Shire Hall, Mansfield, for the purpose of taking steps to secure. the re turn of Dr. Rowe (a candidate for the Mur ,t ray District)to the Assembly. Mr. W. H. Cotter, a member of the Shire. Counoil, oc Supied the chair. Mr. Kitchen said the meet. ing was called to form a committee to secure the return of Dr. Rowe. They were not met to consider what.Dr. Rowe's views were, beatuedi'he had not declared them, but he believed they would give. satisfaction, even i on the education question, which, was made a bugbear. He felt sure that Dr. Rowe's opinions would meet the views of all sects. He considered it would be a disgrace to the district if he were not returned. The only thing to be regretted would be that if returned Dr. Rowe's services would be ...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 February 1871
*MELBOURNE PRODUCE IMARKET. M'Casw, 'Adamson, and Co report, for the week ending February 1,,1871 : Although prices are scarcely so firm for bread. etuffe, there is still a good demand for best :+,amples of both flour and wheat. We disposed of several lots of-the latter, Victorian grown, at our sale to.day, realising 6s to 6o 3d for good .clean granl. In flour but little business has been done, caused principally by the paucity of .supplies; good country brands Victorian and South Au?tralian would realise from £14 to ,£14 Be. Oats are not quite so firm, the highest offer to. day for a good parcel of Tasmanian being Bs 10d, -'while intferior and medium feed samples would not bring over 3s 6d to 3s 8d. Maile is without any alteration of moment, .4s lid to Sa being still obtainable for sound parcels, In: dairy produce' there has not been much business doing, and prices generally, except for a few prime lots -of butter and cheese, have, eomewhat receded since our last. Below we give det...
SITTINGS OF COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 February 1871
- SITTIINGS OF COURTS.. Beechworth Circuit Court... Saturday, April 22. Kilmore . do ... Friday, March 17. Mansield do ... Friday, May 26. Upper Goulburn (Jam-e." son) do ";. Wednesday Mfay24 Wanouratta County Court... Thursday, Feb 16. Benalla County Court .,. Saturday, Fob 18. Mansfeld County Court ... Saturday, May 27. Jamleson County Court ... Wednesday, May 24. " Do Court of Mines... Wednesday, May 24. Alexandra County Court ... Wednesday, May 17. Benall - do' ..; Saturday, Feb 18. Jamieson?i do. ... Wednesday, May 24. Mansfield. do' ... Saturday, pMay 27. Alexandra Court of Mines... Wednesday, May 17. Jamleson do ... Wednesday, May 24. Mans?eld do ... -
IN A CELLAR AT STRASBOURG. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 February 1871
IN A CELLkR AT- STRASBOURG. A French paper gives th following account ol the expieiences of, one of. the inhabitants of Strssbouerg during the sioge :-" I had been established ih Strasbourg for many years, and my affairs had never been o p'rosporous as they.wore when tlie war broke out. OnO the approacnh of the enemy 1 sent awayn;iy wife andc family, but could niot leavo'my 'arehoidssnind shiops, lent, when '1tewh"; ris wataklenj hoeyh'oldOib given up to pillgo. .The first eightdays all went well -the inarter I inhabited seeomed to be- apired; but on the hinth day i shell exploded in front of my hoiuse, and brokea all ,tho windows, on the grotnd floor. I thought it prudent, from. that time to take refuge in my collar.: I had some provisions there, so that I soldom wont out of it. I spent my days snd oveninigs in reading, little thninking.what .was..about ,to befall -me. On Saturday, thoe 0th, about mid-day, while I .was taking a meal, I heard a tremendous noise over. head, I,ran to ...
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 4 February 1871
COAPE OF, GOOD HOPE. The diamond fields, we learn by the mail from the Cape on. November 19, continuod yielding very favourablo results, finds being as large as ever. ..The ppulatio; in tho'diggers' camps had risento 11,000 persons. A magnificent diamond, weighing 88 1- i carao, .the largest yet found there, has been discovered by Mr Wheeler, who was offeled'foriit,on ,io spot £22,000; but he wanted £80,000, and is1oa his way to.England with Xit; British 'mounted pollcawero about to be appointed for the diggings by the Colonial Government. The diggers had received this news with. unbounded enthoiiasm. The Excoutive Comiittee at the diamond fields had' forwarded. an address, expressing the great gratification felt at wlhat th lieutenant-governor says in a plroela. mation-that the alleged turbulent state of the dlgg?ns, 'population, and unhealthiness of the field, had been contradicted. -The tradeo.ofthe colony was improving, and the return was very satisfactory. _ ..- __ : _ '_ .. .<...