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THE ELECTIONS. NOMINATIONS FOR THE FIRST BATCH Polling day, Tuesday, 14th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 11 February 1871
'TiHE .ELECTION8. NOMINATIONS FOR THE FIRST BATCH, i Polling day, Tuesday, 14th February. The following candidates duly lodged"theis nomination. papers and deposits with their respec. tive returning officers for the several districts s .SouTn Bocaxe (2)-John Branscombe Crews, James Ferguson,' Henry Lawer, John 'Arnold Macarthy, Patrick O'Brien, and Louls Lawrence Smith. EasO Rouass (2)-George DehblM'Cormick, William John Lobb, Robert Ramsay, and Georg Sherwin. WanT Bonaxe (31-Jlhes Bartram, Thomas Eldridge Healy, John lelmes, Mark Last Kind, John , Madden, John . Carr Riddell, John Thomas Smith, David Grieve Stobiei Thomas Swallow. EvELtnn(l )-William Atklinon, K. Christian, J. Futlarton, W. H. Gresham, J. Sabelberg, I. H. Smith, and William Watkins. S"ouSv GaOxi (3)-George Cunningham, Peter Lalor,. William tutet, John Felix Loveln, John Rout- Hopkins, Thomas male,: and Dougald Macpherson. hloaalsoroo. (1)-Sir James .Ml'Cullocb, and .Georgle plhn Nibotlt. " PoLwAnTn ANb GarenVILt ()...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 11 February 1871
IMPOUNDINGS. 1~ANAItRATTA-Impounded at Wangaratta Red and white cow, white back and belly, AOolf lump, piece unt off ear a Black and whnite spotted bull, no isiblebrandi Red and white Ieiter, strawborry head, white back, rTl off rump Red steer, white face and belly, ears marked, TIH tff rump White heiter, TI! off rump To be sold on 22nd February. lVANGAIt&TTA~Impounded at Wangaratta Black horer, saddle marked, I_off shboulder WV (in circle) Day horse, bh;se down .ftc, white feet, saddle marked, DC over 2 near rhoulder Grey mare, WL (writing Y) near bhoulder and Bay flly, star and 4nip, hind feet while, YE or H near shoulder To be'sold on'lst March.' yEA--Impounded at Yea, 9h Jdnuary-Trcs pas 4s . r Chemnut and roau horse, offhind foot white, blast fOce, A off ehoulder, slightly'collar marked To be sold on 16th February. .. ?EA--lmpounded at` Ye;l' 17th eJanuary Trespass 4 .. Black- mre, off bina. foot white, branded like Sor,like Co over m off shoulder (the ' r~oer? ed), gre...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 11 February 1871
TO CORRESrONDENTS. All cammunnicatone intended for insertion sust' be foroarded to this office by Thursday Smorning, or afternoon at the latest, Nob communication woill tender any oircumn slances be inserted unlesa authenticated by the teal name and address of the writer, not necea. arljy for publication, but as a guarantee oj . F aree not responsible for tI? opthionis es rea by eorrespondents. . I LoZawoewn Mvorr."--A non.voter clearly ]has po right to pove a vote of confidence in a. candidate, ' ". " J.."K.-It sehould ' e.. :ipr p our a.dvertising columnes.
MR. ORR'S MEETING AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 11 February 1871
MR.- ORR'S MEETING AT DENALLA. '- Mr: .3hn Orr Ihaving;regularly commenced bis election camaliign,'Arrived in Bonalla from Major Plains on Wednesday night, and accord ing to his advtertisement, held a meeting at the Royal Hotel in the evening. About 100 persons put in an appearanco, and Mr. Sharpe was voted to the chair. The Cwai em said they were all now aware that Mr. Orr was a candidate for their sunf rages for the Murray District, for which he woas formerly their member, anl then' said he. felt great pleasure in introducing the can didate, Mdr. Onn was received' with cheers, and *said the pleasure the Chairman expressed on introducing him was not greater than the ,pleasure he felt at being- introduced'to them, more especially as it was.not the first time he had had the honour of coming before them, and he trusted it would not be the last. He seas highly gratified at seeing around him so many friendly faces. Before explaining his oolitical views he would give them the reasons why...
MR. JOHN ORR AT VIOLET TOWN. MEETING OF LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 11 February 1871
MR. JOHN OR AT, VIOLET TOWN-. MEETING OF LADIES. A meeting as announced in the Benalla" Enign of the 4th inst., was held by Mr; Orr at the Commercial Hotel, Violet Town, on uiesday eening last. There peerd barely, half.a.doen electors present during the evening, but they were well represented by their better halves, there being 20 or 30 of the fair "s:oin attend. ance, neotwithstanding the inclemenecy.of ;the weather. Mr. Orr being rather dilatory in making his appearance, the ladies decided on holding a meeting themselves, and voted Mrs. Bayle, sen., the great grandmother of the district,t to the chair. The proceedings were com. menced by investigating the case of Mrs. O'Halloern, who was in attendancoe,and the following extract' from te letter of an "Elector" in -the Benalla Ensign oh tie_28th i larn y `eiiirgedreadAMrs: OI Uol n declared it to be quite correct : "Sonic time previous to the last general election, a poor woman named O'Halloran purchasd several allot ments of land a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 11 February 1871
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENALLA ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 11 February 1871
TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENALLA ENSIGN Sir, I am sure you would not intentionally allow &nbsp; your paper to be made the vehicle of one sided or party statements. Yet it does not require a moment's con aideration to see that the two reports from Violet Town as to Messrs Witt and Orr's visits there are written by one person, and that person simply a partisan of the third candidate, Dr. Rowe. A correspondent of a paper, although holding (as all men do) opinions of his own should give a fair statement of the things he relates, and it is hardly credible, and carries a want of truthfulness on the face of it, that two gentlemen who have been for some time creditably known to the public should boaduct.themaelvcs in the manner your corres pondent describes. It may be considered good election eering policy to say anything insulting and derogatory of an opponent, but the public are rather apt to sympathise with men thus grossly attacked and misrepresented, and to have great doubts as to ...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, SATURDAY, FEB. 11, 1871. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 11 February 1871
-a oi BENALLA, SATURDAY, FEB. 11, 1871. IT was publicly stated, after Mr. John Orr's meeting the other night, that trickery is at work to secure opposition to the return of Mr. PATRICK HANNA for the Murray Boroughs. &nbsp; Some men get their living by trickery, while others are ever ready to work a point, especi- ally if a political opponent can be put to trouble and expense thereby. We do not now say which kind of trickery is the most repre-. hesible ; but there is a kind of trickery which can be reached by the law, and another which only calls for the animadversion of all right thinking and honest-minded men. Such censure will assuredly fall with full force on Mr. A.L. ELY if what has been publicly stated be &nbsp; correct; and it has the appearance of truth, as &nbsp; it is being repeated in Melbourne, in Benalla, and Beechworth. Another name is being &nbsp; mentioned in connection with Mr. ELY'S, but we decline to speak of it on the pre- &...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 11 February 1871
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, February 8 Present-The .President, arid Ors Hooeki, Redding, . Blackburne, S. Clarke, and Roe.. The minutes were read, anddo·irmed.. CORRSnODOnaNCl. -. From Mr Steavenson, inforiming thbCoouncil that Mr- Ely's personal and travelling expenses In' connection, with the audit wao £3 18s: d, and asking for the-. amount to be forwarded,. -. Cr Redding objected; and moved it be not paid till . Mr Ely send in his bill. The President said it was- estomary to :strike a balance between the shires the auditor visited. Pfay. ment was agreed to, but a protest to accompany it.' From the same, relative to the Mansfield.road, to'the effect that the applications for main road orders were.. greatly' in. excess of the funds available, and that thes, whole wond be considered'at,the same time, and the> Council notifiedof the result. From.the same, suggesting that the accounts of all shires be made up to 30th September. - The President moved that the suggestion be act...
FLOOD AT SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 11 February 1871
FLOOD AT SANDHURST. &nbsp; &nbsp; SANDHURST, February 7.—The rain here has &nbsp; &nbsp; been unprecedented, and the whole of Pall Mall was one sheet of water, while the shops were from 1ft to 2ft deep. It was the highest flood ever yet known here. AVOCA, February 7.—The rainfall here was so heavy that all traffic on the roads was stopped. The evening mails were sent on via Ballarat. MAJORCA, February 7.—There was a very heavy rain here last night and to-day. The creek rose, unusually high, and the footbridge was swept away.
HOW A GHOST ADVENTURE ENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 11 February 1871
1OW 4GIIQtsT ApDVENTURE E aDtD. Whby ghost stories are only told at Christmas. I never could imagine. I lnow it was. not so in our family with which at no time or season did' they seem out of place; thouth the period of periods-was when we went to O'oremead. Oleremeol,'the property of my Uncle Cheshire, was it l?jy?id'construction, beingl half farmhouse, half a-gentleman's-residenco, though age had cast itsL mellowing touch over the place, and rendered it a harmonious whole. It was delightful house, with high and low celling*., and oak beams, from which, in the kitchen; liung rich, brown hams, and sides, cf hbaon, that hoid the pleasant power of creating immediate appetites, and causing the thoughts to- stray to dololious white and golden poached egg-, In this, the farm wing, the old.fashioned chimney nooks had been still retained-wide, snacionu places, with sents at each side for those who could'support the beat. There were, also, long, low,and, after nightfall, -ory dark passages....
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 18 February 1871
S,~,W1laBOURN8t'R t)DUCrouu atatKET.. 1.UR1'Caw.Adamnmn, and Go report, for the week ending.tehbrary. 16, 871 : ."PFloti aSud ,-wheat ruling ahbot came' a liht: wreek with a fair trade demsand. '" For'the former ,wev, qiote £.14 for' approved country 'htrand o f $ourh' Australian and Victorian. Tancmidtan from tae to 20e les. HBeat eampleof 'Adelaide wheat fs 2.1 to 6x. 31, and Victorian .? 93 to 6e. Weeling grainleare in fair requesst at s 61 to as 84 for¢ood faeed oats, and 4s 8d t,o4s o10 for ramise. Cape barley 3a 41 to 3s 6d, with a good demand., a:-Rirn h's receded ia'atue sione our last fully Id per bushel. Choose,, we are pleneedto observe, eold mnuch hette i'to..dsy: all" on hand 'hlein clear:! ,off at froni 14 to Id advance on late' rater.' , '.." . Butter, both fresh atllt potteds; ew: very' dill, with a declite of 1 .to 3.1 on tho'f rm r,' idl Id on the latter.: Below.we give detail,:' ----.--'lo''. "' Flour,.per -on o o a'o 0 , o~t: n .-. Maise, per l?she'. ' 0 h 0 0 0"...
SITTINGS OF COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 18 February 1871
SSITTINGS OF COURTS., Deechwortb Circuit Court... Saturday. April 22. Kilmore do ... ;Friday, Mlarch 17. Mansfield" do ?.?Friday;My 26. Upper Goulhurh (Jamie-. Ion) ?; .. . d lo ...: Wed?Oesdlay,.Mavy °24. Wsnraratt County Court;...Thurdlay,. Feb 16.. Ilenalla County Court r.;;?. Saturday, Feh:18 Mlanfield UCotity Court :.;.:Saurday, May 87. Jamleeou County Court ... Wednesday, May 24. Do Court of lines ... Wednesday. May 24. Alexsuldra Coutity'Court ... Wednesday. Moy" 17. tenall do .,. Saturday. Feb 18. Jamieson "?do ' ' .. .Welneeday. May 24; Mansfield do ... Patturda., May ST. Alexandra Co?itof ?lines..:; Wednesday. 7tay 17; Jamieson do .. W\ednesday, May 24 Mansfleld do ... -