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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
TO FARMERS,. ST'rOlI EtPEIS, AND WAGGONE S. I. 1.ANT • N S, BLACKS'ITH. & FARRIER, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; NEW BLA0KS9lI '8 SOP, Opposite the LevEo 5l Anne, . BnIDoE 'STRE+ET,' 13'EITAL'LA.' A Good Buggy sal; A good Sock,of Hor tModicinecs? ;.. ( 3,p7sITs COUnT 1o Mlj'BEit ALL), Soliciter- pt tor leola. a Condeyad r. , ,GSli ri. :thrn:o ck s h0 i .pe .",ra o r th o h aim. - :_.. ;._",. dition, tc h,, .: tOCt.ol. "rn" and Irou.,t.?' ,? Oco le. ,r Grocer, Draper, -I aand Spirit Nrclmi ?t, General Sto keeper,? ron monge ?i'tad Bay aid orn Dealer. CARHIEs fnDP 'ED.0 10A11tDIN;O ROUS IC IMPER 3nrh ci , treet, 'enalla. loe JUS OlfsP' Er, - ho. ,ood Lo .. , . StAiLiy ddPid rt: frc I SBRIDGE : .STORE , D VALLA. Sifitj made rili on the ill test notice. WO\R KMANosuIP AND FIT oUARiA.TEED. N.B.-Sirappnlog and Al trations dono. BOGER AND TATTS, AU -. TI O Nr 1El R S, Valuators, Commiss.on Agents, &o., &c' j BENALL A. &nbsp; &nbsp; Ni....
MANSFIELD DIRECTORY. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
MANSFIELD DIRECT'ORY. COURT of PETTY SESSIONS. WVarden-J. IH. Alloy, Esq., P.M. Chairman-A. Chenery, Eq;, J.P. J, P. Itowo, Esq, J.P. A. Crockett, Esq. .P. H. fl. Kitchen, Eq, .T.P. J. Sherring, Esq., J.P., A. Smith, KEq., J.P. Clerk-E. M. Robinson Officer in chnrge of Polico-Sergeant Chadwick SHIRE COUNCIL. President-J. P.' Rowe, Esq, J P.: Councillors--A. Ohenery, Esq, J.P.. I. I. Kitchen; Esq, J.P., V Carlislo, Esq, T. JI'Millan 0s, 0. Ilaldry, Esqo Secretary-J. H. Molyneux Engineer-P. F. Bromfield T'reasurer-E. Moorey POST OFFICE AND TELEGRAPH STATION. . Officer in charge--O. . Nowland, ,sq J. C. Brown, Esq., Electoral Registrar. .. M. Robinson. Clerk to Court of. Mines.
PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED.—JULY 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
PORT PHILLIP HEADS. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) &nbsp; ARRIVED- JULY 21. &nbsp; Ottawa, brigantine, from Newcastle &nbsp; &nbsp; Aurifera, bqe, from Newcastle &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Rob Roy, str, from Launceston JULY 22. Nil. SAILED. - JULY 21. Punjaub, ship, for Calcutta &nbsp; &nbsp; Gem, sch, for Belfast &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Bertha, sch. for Belfast Derwent, str. for Launceston &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Ellen, brig, for Newcastle &nbsp; Claud Hamilton, str, for South Australia' &nbsp; City of South Australia, str, for Sydney &nbsp; Southern Cross, str. for Hobart Town &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; JULY 22. Nil &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Wind. W.N.W., moderate, overcast. Barometer, 30.50; thermomete...
Monday, July 20. (Before Messrs. Heath and Sharpe, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 23 July 1869
Monday, July 20. (Before Messrs Heath and Sharpe, J.P's.) Thomas Redding v George Little—This was an action for illegally impounding 32 head of cattle. The plaintiff's case was gone into on the 6th inst, when it was adjourned at the request of the Bench to the 18th, and was then adjourned on the application of Mr M'Donnell, plaintiff's &nbsp; attorney, to the 20th. Mr M'Donnell for the plaintiff ; Mr Pow for defendant. &nbsp; The action was brought against defendant for having impounded cattle off lands held under license from the Crown by Mr William M'Kellar. Defendant had not given notice to Mr M'Kellar of his intention to impound, as required by section 29 of the Pound Statute ; and also that the notice given by defendant to the poundkeeper only specified that he had impounded 68 head of cattle but did not specify the kind of cattle as required by section 11 of the Pound Statute. Thomas Redding, sworn, said-I am a farmer at Samaria. Got notice that some young catt...
STARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 July 1869
STARS. I saw tlhe tints of, morcing S:ow rising on the eight, Their gloriens path adornine With'rolt and crimson light; And etarry eyes shone o'er me, With purost silver ray, The only ties that bound the night To the advancing day. , Whiloe lowly palod: their beauty ..B.-- fors the .gohlen. boomn-,-- .i':.. And further still, and fuMther, 'Receding digd they seem, Till in the bright'ning hear on They faded from my view, And upwards glanced the golden suan O'ur all the azure blue. And when clouds of evening, In all their glories grand, Bright as a host of seraphs From out the spirit land, - Seemed as they had descended, Fresh from their Maker's thronoi To meet the weary sinking sun, And bear him fondly home. And glory roll'd on glory, Of purple and of gold, Of lines that limner uo'er could paint, ' Nor'tongue bath over told, Till down they sank rejoeiintg lhonoelth the hill and plain. And left our wondering bbontious earth 'Neath evening's gentle reign. Thea in their solemn sploadour...
THE FIFE AND DRUM BAND. To the Editor of the Benalla Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 July 1869
THE FIFE AND DRUM1 BAND. To tie Editor of tlh Benlalla Ensign. Sir,-As custodian'of the Instruments purclined by the committee of the Bonalla Fife and Drum Band, and being desirouo of relinquishinh there opotsibility, I beg through the medium of your columns to ascertain the opinion of the public in regard to what is to he done in the matter. The secretary lits loft this ncighbourhood, a memnber of tho committee has been removed to another district, and the remaniing committeemuien re in a dilemma to know how to nat. So perhaps somc of your numeroun readers will, in your next isaue, throw out a few suggoetions rlati tvo t the best mode of action to be adopted. I am, Sir, yours leepoctfully, S... J . EDWIIN BROWN. Benallh, July 28.
MELBOURNE. July 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 July 1869
Js:y; trin M1 IIELBOURNE.M + " .-?:r ,? ,July 28. 'Th io loor lttl naoes of importieco in lý l b ourno ijust at prdsont.'• ,Th"se olfrenmo cold w athor ate1ly has madoe colds -aed their usual adjuncts! tho rule, and not the exception; nearly every second person you meet being stiiffod with cold ndil a perfect Ibasso Iprofiundo an voice. The oity hlio baa preittyi f~ll' of ilisitors lately, agreot. many ifrom. your quarter. One distin. guis ioind ivijeial l.amongsst. thowi hal tho luck to got into :"duranco vilre," and lot olitome very original languago on the occasion. The sp'rts wilitch came off tt th Colling noodl Cricket Resolve on Saturday were to a gret 'ex tcnt _a feilure, more especially th veocipelodo tounament'.' The! ground was in the'first pl1co total.ly unfit for Sthose maches e'to exhibit their qualitiesi and it 'was ludierous to seed men 'work irig ,themselves into' i tate o. prostration' to attain a speed of four or five miles au, hour. There were two new inventions i...
MANSFIELD UNITED TOWN AND FARMERS' COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 July 1869
MANSFIiELD' UNITE]) TOWN AND :, FARMEIRS' C.OMIION. The l'inl.r ger; l or'te ld ab om co'ilon niet on Saturdy overiinglnair,'iat th Court-hboii Hotel, for the transaction or '.general busi nesa in connection .,threwith;; .'Preon't" Messrs Scott (in' the chair), ]romfield, and Dundas, Mr Griffithbsewas'bsent. . Mr Dindas moved, and Mr Bromfield sO conded,'that' a notico be inserted in thn Iiaul paper oftheir intention' to holl a general muster ,n' Mdioday '20tloinist. A.,greed to. The mnttor of appointing a herd was the niext bosiness. Mr Dundas intiniated that he c'uld reunm;; mend a person well acquainted with the com mon, shll lived close. * Mr'So,;'tt'sid'ther?a ight bho an objection to appoiitiunga person living noir the com-. man, as it mightbe feared that ho would not devote his whole time to do them justice. Mr Bromfield thbught they could not con sider that as an objection; . it was rather an advantege. .Mr. So. treminded them of the manner in which tley had been served by t...
MANSFIELD AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 July 1869
a: --T"-- "SOCIETY'"':' An l5lri 'PLOnoIINO' ]aATCr?t In saerictiiuril':'di tiieit the, mbiiordbloe id eventi of .th'ea?hr a-re .ndoubtPrlly these occasiot' on whiclh the fenrmersmecet, to en I gage in friendly and legitimate competilion; Sand ooniVednesday last orie .of.these -events h ltarely' nttoracld; piblic attention. a' Mans field. It was a day on which our faicnrs' 7, mot, and they enjoyed. themselves to their e. heart' content, irrespective of, the purpose k for which they were brought together, judg "y ig fniom the oxpremsions they evinced. ,Af the present time, agriculture is the mainstay iof our district, of which it cannot be' denied .that Nature has bestowed upon it advantages Sin this respeet'tliht 'will beiar favourable com parison witli those of any other in the colony- or, prhalnps, the colonies. Agticlal r tlure beinr the prinhipal souirce of wealth :to Mansfield ought to re eivo encouragement Sfromt, and be fostered by, those who subsist r. principally by its mea...
MANSFIELD STOCK REPORT. July 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 July 1869
tMANSFI CLD STOCK" REPOR P July 3. SM"r Duff funiales us with thd followfug as the : ?FaIr leL?ullocks, L to 18; c:v , Li to L .t'1l'at Shor.fi-r~E-,: o eds. 1`4s to s10·) mSri noes, 78 to 8a. rGoo.setore cattle, simtil lots, equa l sexes aro worth T3;,'soodlstrue rwthers ,5. WirOtsATTA. Jult G. 'louir, per to ?? ... £120 0 to 13 I 0 0 teat per 0si 0 5G Jlian'td .. O 1 3 0t 1 3 Pollard do : I 1 J) Potatioe,,pe ,"tper t .. 0 .0- 0 0 0 T,Ta;peir to ri: 7 O 0 8 0 0 ,Butter (fresh) .. 0 : 0' 0 "'jD (puoitid) ;. 0 0 0 .- t 1 . 0 '?.} 3] conu-'per~lb 0 0"0 4 ,,(.5 . t?'OA :;??;. ,-;0"
MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 July 1869
I iANBsFIELD. I Feo " TUe LwPO 'D1rM.." Blooming accounts roach us from -tho di roetion of Godfroy's Crook. ' Tlho week boford last the result of a washing up at O'Callghan's claim w?s 140oz., and: that of last ccok 11ozs. A. good doal bof ecitementt has been caused by asow.lead having, boon struck at _Spring OCrook,a diqtanco 'rLomoi fowi nilea dabsmo Oodfroy'sooul-'rusli'lins eot iii'' It is likely that gold woickings will be oponed up in the locality extending over a largo tract of country. ' SFrom a littor which has liaof shown to us it is.pretty certain that our Gbleonda mifining enterprise will:turn out a successful specula; tion. 'It will bb remimbored that Mr. Shor ring proceeded to town last week with spoci inimos of the prccious: stones produbcd in this locality. Authotitativo opinions Iard boon ceprcsstd that they re 'the' finest and maost valuuble specimens ever yet exhibited in thid colony. There will be a rush I or tlho scrip; ' We observe that Mr. Wilson, of iorodo: m...
MANSFIELD DIRECTORY. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 July 1869
.MANSFIELD DIIRETOR : RY.? CounT oP PETTY SessioNs. Wardein-J, 3 . Alloy, Esil., P.A. C?hairman -A Chenery, Esq,. JP. J;P.. Rowo,Esq, J.P. A. Crockett, Easq,J.P. -H.'II. Kitchn, Esq, J.P. ;iJ. Sherring,Esq J.P.i A. Smith,Esq., J.P. -Olerk-E. H. Robinson.. Officer 'in charge of Police-Sergeant Chadwick SncnE COUNorI. . President-J. P. Row? Esq, J.P.; Councillors;--A. OChnery, Esq, J.P. II., It Kitchen. Esq, J.P., W Carlislo, Esq, I. M''Millan Esq, C. Baldry, Esq. -eretary-J. I.I: Molyneux Engineer-P.:F. Bromfield Treasurer-E. lMoorcy ,' PosT OFFIC AND n:? EcoRAPl. BSTATIOen. Officer in ehirge--G. W.Ndwland, Esq J. C. Browin, Esq:, Eletoral Roegistrar. E:. MtIRobinlon, Clerk to Court of Mines.
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 July 1869
"-*'irELB;? Oi INE bPROaDOEtu t tRK heT e -lea, io nl tadeu.pFreG from 3 S to Hove - fod1iplad o cf:a blo id l qunetity 'of e vepricco, ll over, whici moro thnnosusloli o ot re a rates. In'oipo breadututof market there is'a fair liouiies, doing.', lest, silk-drrsed flour oulcaiie,'in ;traae, parcl'at from 13 28 G.d to £13 7o Gd. Primeo Bample« of Victorian wlheat *worth'6 from Go to 1G I- DIiopo Od of a oRiipimRnt of 1000 husliele, Gippo.Loul (fair milling sample, badly cloeaned), at as ild. At same time realised ' for 1200 bushels,' New Zriland, from o 3;d to 0i' Oits I vo bcon quitted, to a largo extent, at prices' Rishalo in odvaned.of. lat weok'? rotes. -.,tfld to-dny;aliovetS 000 buhosle;, New Z2alalni. from 4 Ild to:4sid ;bho mojor portion leailiod 48 3d. ' -; . allinrgnand Cap:hn'rley areot turn easier, ,i;H'Bia and pollr Td without alteration of nnto., 'Cheoise bisi improved in. prire since our last report.. Thlere was i lareo attendiincf of. the ;trade at our isaln,te-doiya...
BENALLA ROAD BOARD. Wednesday, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 July 1869
&lt;".BENAL A' R1tOA BOARD.i.. I onis;·r Wednesday, Jul 3t28. ; i; SThlo iordinary foitnigilitly meeting of this Board wasbhold:on thd aboieo.date, :litro 1beiig pr'nent the Chairman (Mr Sharpe), and Messrs Hall, Roo, A lagl nnc ses, Sulliv n, ~ nnrid ,Ioskie. :. . L:' i : The minutes of the previous mnoeting were road and confirmedi - :' , ." CORRESPONDENOCE. 't'ho correspondcnce was as1 fellows': roonu o:. D. Crecker, Violet Toi?, stating that iho rato.col'ccter hod demanded a higher sum :for ratesthlan he was assessed nrit,'ad rei?uesting an exl aInnition ; also saying that he would not pay his rate. The Cle;rk was Ih strueted to lw ito to some ii-' Sluoetil I petrson in either ;;f the towns down the n(ld, cx ll.lin.ng that in remocares the Board had raisedl t .rle oidsmiitr, and thatntais tho ienson'for the cotciter naking more than the aossoeso out. The Clet k end he had iecvivd "maity privalao letters from :nrerns.in the onme. localities, but • had beenaudhli to'ireply...
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 30 July 1869
AGRIOUrULTRE, &o. ' (Fno "THEun Ecs0NO3iST." ) S hoe breadetuffs markeotis reported morn lively, although no advance in prices has to be noted. SWe quote flour at from £13 5s to £13 iCs; wheat, fronm Se 1 to 6s 2d. Oats rather brisko at 4's 3d oto i 4d; and maize at 4s 2d. heo most cheering accounts continue to arrivo Sfrom the upcountry districts ; the young crops are looking well, and ouir farmers are anticipat ing a heavy return. At the 'present they are moroedotPJtful about the price than the yield tihe qqostion with many is, should your yield be ?luat .to wlhat we may calcilate uipon, from present appearances, wheore shall we find a imarket? With an -oxeessiv;Areturn this ilst harvest in California, and 'favourablo accounts fromii ll other grain-groiving countries, rund;the p,.sent strong and promising appearances' of our own crops, the above quesiion naturally ariseso T' 'a'girat and unusual facilities latlorly offered co .every one inclined to have his own ' vine and ...