Elephind.com contains 3,229 items from Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
NEWS OF LIVINGSTONE. BOMBAY, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
NEWS OF- IVINGSTONE. ]looenr, October 2, Dr.'James Kirk, civil surgeon of Zoanzbar, has written a letter tb tho:Bombay Government stating that a cam.. van had arrived at Zanzibar on the 29th of August, from tlic interior, bringing letters from Syced Mldjtid, agont'at Unyycembo, in the Unyamwezi country, to, our brother," urging him to send another box of brandy, a white man having reached Ugirvi, and hb tliought the'white man might pasn by ih Unyayembe. road between Ugirvi and the coast, which is open and safe for small' bodies' of men. :.-Mvebe messengers hare:U alsoarrivrMl;,whoO say thatDr.-Lrvingstoneo ie t Usir;i, which' is -ono month's-trnvolling dlstonco',ftom Unys: yombe.' Another caravan' is expected' to, reach Zanzibal in a month.
LATER TELEGRAMS PER AMERICAN CABLES. PHILADELPHIA, Saturday, Sept. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
LATER TELEGItAMS PER AMERICAN CABLES. PHILADELPIIIA, Saturday, Sept. 11. Inthoe Avondalo coal mine 108 bodis have been discovered. Tih colliery Ies been thoroughly explored, and no'other bodies have been foundl. There is atotal loss of 110 lives, not 200 as previously reported. NEw YonK, September 9. A sover stonrm raged yesterday in the Now England States, dcuroying nd unroong numerous churches and other buildings. The damage is estimated at over 1,000,000 dollars. The American -press comment at great lengthl on: Canadian affairs, and generally predict an early separation of the British American colonies from the mother country.
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Saturday, October 23. (Before Messrs. Chonery, Rowe, Crockett, and Sherring.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. " Saturday, October 23. (Before Messrs. Chonery; Roivo, Crockett, and Sherring.) ftansfield Shire Council v. legry Powell.-llates duo to the amount of.lls. 3d. Noappearance of defendant. Verdict for amount,.with 14s.ecosts. Same v. John Jones.-lates duoe s. 3d. Verdict for -amount, andl 4s. costs. Same v. Alexander Frascr.-12s. 6d. for rates due. Verdict for amount, and 14. costs. Same v. Bernard Nolan.--Rates due to the amount of 4s. 4d. Verdict for amount, and 14s. costs. Sameo v. Samuel Wilson.-£1 1S. amount of rates due. Verdict for amount, and 10s. costs. - Sameno v. Same.-Special rate to the amount of £1 Os. 2d. Vernliet for amont, with 5s. costs. Samoe v. John iM'Caskill.-3s. 7d. for rates due. Verdict for amount, with 5s. costs. Same v. Donald M['Millan.-Special -rates to the amount of 8a. Od. Verdict for amount, and 6s. costs. In this and the above cases, the defendants did not ap. pear. Same v. Daniel Md'Intosh.-Rates due to the amount of 12s. Od. V...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
l .. lE:,UBIELBOURNE PRODUCE ,MARKET. 1h.. aw'Cn arndaAnother report, for the .week :ending 20th.Octobler, 1860 - A moderate amount of bpsinaee doing at pr;roe, all over about equal' o lnt week's ,ates. Have disposed of hest brandas Vctorian and South Australian flour up to £15 10s; the lowest rate •forknown brands being. £l. Wheat hassecarcely -maintalned ltte prices. Some in erior samples of New Zealand sold se low as os 81. In foeedin, grains lanto raes were maintained. We~uthmitted the' Spec'i cargo of oats at the sale'to:day, R'ild were offered, Si :2d. Hivo since dispose- of a quantity privately atBs 3I, and anticipate placiig the whele sh'pment at that prier. Mraiz obtains.ready sale at 4s lid* to So. lran is readily saleable at our: quotationse Pollard not in active demand, and sales diffieult -to effect. . fit Cheese :is "without alteration;i ir"t c'ase samples wiated. ::l . Potted butter of really Drimea quality finds pureliaien at up:to d. We append details.' Flour, per.t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
Local Bank.' A MEETING will be held at the Bonalla Hotel, in the ioom lately uoil as the Colonial Bank of Australasia, on Saturday, November 6, at Half past' Seven o'clock p.m., for the purpose of taking the opinion of the public:as to the pro priety of o tablishinga locel banqk't Benalla. H. N. SIMISON. jIn the Estate of the late Richard Clark, of Benalla, ALL persons indebted to the above estate will Spi:se pay the respective amounts tol Mr.-Wiiaam Abbott, Of Wangarattw, whose receipt will be sufficlent dlschorge. JOHN R; OCLARK, Bonalla. . VILLIAlIOCLARI, Wangarotta. Wangaratla, 27ih October,'l869. ; Wanted, ? GOOD-Pick and Shovel Men. The highest wages paid. Apply MIand P. NOONAN, Benallb Hotel; or- on the works, solith of Benalls. - Tenders. TENDERS are required' for the erection of a large building at the Corner of Martin and Bridge streets, near the Po ice Barracks. The contractor will have to provide all the nedessary materials (bricks excepted) for the completion of the wor...
DISTRICT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
S-DISTRICT COURTS. 'Mansfiold Couuty Conit ... Saturdoy, Nov. 13 , Court of Mines .. Saturday, Nov. 13 BenalIa County Court , W... ,ednesday, Nov. 17 Wnngartto County Court... Friday, Nov. 19 Jamieson General Sessions. Wednesday. Nov. 10 ,,. County Court ... Thursday, Nov. 11 , C ", ,Court of Mines ... Thursday, Nov. I I
LATER SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. LONDON, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
LATER SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. Lono:r, Septrinber 23. The American Minister has been. withdrawn from hae Commoh Council of the City of London proposes to vote 300 guineas in aid.of the British and Colonial Emigration Fund. Tie wool sales ontinue firm, and price are from 1d. to lid. better than the June ratcs. 80,000 bales were takeon for contingent demands. The Viceroy of Egypt has raised dificulties regarding the acceptanco of the conditions imposed by the Grand Vizier in n letter respecting the Egypt in budget, ipro. venting him from raising further loans without leave of the Sultan. ' ' . The. Ottoman Porte has received a telegram announc. iog tlht the Empress Eugenie will start for Conslanti. nople on tile 3rd of Oetoler at the latest. " - Paris telegrams state that the Emperor Napoleon is sufliciently recovered to'drive on the Boulevards, whero? he was enthusiastically received. The financial panic dueo to his illness has abi ed ecl. - Eleven horses ran for the St. Leger. Pero Gomez ...
ARRIVAL OF THE AVOCA WITH THE SEPTEMBER MAILS. LONDON, September 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
TH-E AYVO.OA WITr THE SEPTEMBER :MAILS. (BY ELECTRIO TELEGRAPH.) Losn e , September 10. Tho circular of thll Coloninal Coinmittlo in' London lias been published in tlfo London papers. The great colonial question thus formally raised excites deep interestandcearnest discussion. .The courso.taken by the colonial representatives is generally commended ns wise and reasonable. The question of the Duke of Edinburgh's presents provokes much adverse criticism. Some censure the colonists, and some consure the Duke's; friends. The Prince of Wales has returned-from Germany, leaving the Princess at Wildbad, by 'thlerecommenda. tion of her medical advisers.. The Bishop of Winchester has. resignil. ' Rumour indicates Dr. Wilberforce an his successor, Dr. Stanley going to Oxford, and Dr. Vaughan' to Westminster. The Rev. Charles Kingsley lih been nominated dean of Chester. The Bishop of Bath and Wells has also re signed. Further sweeping reductions in tlthe civil, naval, nnd militr'y services are ...
MANSFIELD STOCK REPORT. October 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
.-MANSFlDLD STOOK REPORO . October 22. S.\rDuff furnishes us with the following as the Irulig prlces:- - Store eattle, fronm... £3 10 0. to 4 0 .0 Pat sheep ... ... 0:7 0 to 0 0 0 Store wethors... 0 5 6 to 0 6 6 SWAN"oai?TT A October 22. flour, per ton .;. £10 .0' 0 to £16 10 0 \Wheat, per hshl 0 5 9 0 0 6 ,Oate ,.do .. 0 0 0 0 6 0 Hran- ,d .. 0 1 '. 0 1 0 Pollard do ... 0 0 0 1 0 .Potatoes,.por.tonl . 0.. 0 0 : 0 0 M1 ay; per ton ... 7 0 0 7.10 .0 Butter.(fresh) ... 0 0 0. 0 2 0 .Do.(potted) ... 0 0 0 0 8 " Eggs?,sper do . ` .. '0 0 ' 0 1 0 .llacon, per lb . _' ..3 _ 0 0'" 6 ; 0 1 0
BENALLA STOCK REPORT. Fat Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
ýý BE&ALIA I2ENALIAT'STOC =RR ORT.v§ b ý Fat Cattle. Bulloche £ ... 5O 0 0 to £10 0 0 'Cow ? 0 7 0 0 Weti;tirf"l Fat Sh.eep 'Weth .. 0.7. . .. 010 0 SStore'Sheep . Vetheres 6'and 8 tootht 0.0 0 .0. 5: 0 '"Ewes, inmb, ':S;4tooth 0 -.0 0 , 0 0. ji g',l'gets ... 0 0 0 0.3 0 . -nerreLo, Ootobor 22. Theres 'again no alteratio to noti in the oulieg prices in this market, which rmain ai -'Flour;peor ton '. ..£1 0 0 to £15"0 O 0 Potatoes-,-do ' 6 5 0 0 8 ,.0 0 . Whoent per bushel :;.. 10 51'0 0 0 5 l a9-. d ;,,, -, 0a n0.~ i 0 0 0-; 4llardk do.. ... 0 0 1 0 1 -0 Pecon, do0.. .. '0 10 0 0
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
S AGRIOULTURE, &o.. . ,('noua 11Tie ECONOMIST."' i There is but a very s'ight improvement in the broadstuffamarkct this week; a few days ago it was' very difficult to place -small lats even with the trade 'both holders and cot'umera acting lith oxzfrronslaution; Thei ate raina,ii dotubti, have assisted much in making tho litth, improvement mentioned, and holders appear to be more willing to docrease their stock at aa slightly reduced figure. The opinion generally prevails that our wheats will now return iat least a average yield. Ilour. is. quoted to-day at £14'10 to .lfi'lCs Wheat.is very sc:arco ; some Al elaide produce has oealisad 7e 3d, and Victorian 6s ad, but little of oither is being offered.,' Oais are pretty. firm at Os to Os 2d4,'tut mrnio is dull, anid will remain so until .the 'preserit large stocks are . dispersed. Dairy. produce is difficult to place in the market, firkin butior of first qtialiry being down to 7d; bacon is worth from id to,8d, and cheese, with...
THE NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
THE NORTH-EASTERN TIlLWAY. Mr. Longmore laid on the table of the As sembly on Thursday;' the following modified estimate, showing the cost for 'which it will be possible to open the North-Eastorn Railway fortrafilc, leaving it to be completed afterwards; in'accordaonco with thoeoriginal design, if the trafflo is found to be such as to: require it: .Drocrptlion of W ork. Coot. Purchaseo of land . . ..... £9,950 0 0 Clearing and fencing . 72,762 0 0 Level croosing 6,120 0 0 Earthworks ... . . 215,890 4 0 Viaducts and bridgea 81,074 15 10 Culverts ... .. 54;036 4 8 Metalling road approaches.. ... 3,060 0 0 Ilallast, including sidings ... ... 19900,358 8 0 Pennanent'way materials .. ... 201,681 0 0 Carriago and laying .... . 46,709 -0 0 Sleepers . . . .. : 92,084 0 0 Rollingstock.... .. . ... 90,500 0 0 Stations . .. 00,500 0 0 S. . £1,252,834 12 7 Road acrosaWodonga Flat... Nil. £1,252;834 12 7 Provision ... .... ... ... Nil. Engineering ... ... .... .. 1 54,300 0 0 Total ..: ... ..£1,...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
PuAblished Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1869. OG dissatisfaction hast been _expressed of lato in .Jelbourne with regard to the position and prospects of the Colonial Banlk of Aus tralasia,/ and several damaging i statements have been put forward in a section of the metropolitan press as to the connection of the bank with Henuor?-' Gs?ss's affairs.: Mfore than a-oolour- for these disparaging assartions is the fact that no dividend has been declared this half-year, Ilthough this is not of itself eufficient to-prove the bank to be in a smore than temporarily unsound position. We ob serve that n special audit has been demanded, and it is the action which the directors have taken to oppose this stopl itiat has given rise to he-doubts which have found-such unre- c strained utterance. The directors have, it is alleged, caused the auditors tioppend a special assurance to their report .that the assets will:l be more thane covered by the liabilities! _Why go outside. their usual metho...
MELBOURNE. October 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
S. ELBOUBRN . (Fnoa aOUR OwoN OORRESPONDaeT.) Oatober 27. The Engli a ha again arrived punctuailly aiday ior-twobeforiie c6ntraot time. Tho news from Europe i not of vary etartling importance, but it is gratifying to see that wool is firm at late prie, and 'ai all pro bability will advance. SWe are likely.to have, a new aspirant In the way of mail routes, as it.is in contempla tion to run a line of steamers fromii thecolonies to San t Frdncis?o, which .wiltli'?the7 overland railway from that- termines to New York, will enable passengere sto make the journey to Liverpool in 48 daysend be tihe means, of opening up : 'largebranch of trade with` our American coushi. The newt American Consul, Dr. Furneill, has i:itiateel inquiries on this matter, and will endeavour by, all meane in his power, to forward the scheme' which has many advantages over the Panama route that has just failed. : Thoe Assenbly seemsit6 have settled 'dwn: to busines in earnest. The Payment of MIembers Bill has made ...
MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
MANSFIELD. P?Rno " Tote INDEPENDENT." The following are.the bounlaries of the miningeubdiviion of whichMIr. I.H:Kelson is registrar, omitted inoaformer issue :.--"Com-. medicing at the junction of the Big River with the River Goulburn ; thence by a line due northl to the River Delatite; thience north westerly by the River Delatite to Hunter's Creek; thence northlwesterly by; Hunter's Creek and Brankeet 'Creek to the source of the latter in the Stra'thbogie Range ; thence by the Strath ogieoRangenorth-easterly, aedn a line east to the junction of the Sandy Creek with the Broken River ; thence by a line easterly'to 'utter's Range at tlie shrce of the Fifteen-mile Creek; thence by a line oesterly to the, source 'of 'the Buffalo River; thence soutlierlyib'y a `range fdrming 'the western bodndary of the wateiesled' of thle 'Buckland' River to' Mount' Selwyn on 'the Main Divid ing Range; theine by that range south-west erly to Mount Eowitt; thience ?by i line to Mount Beillei'; thenice -b...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
CRICKET. The oricketing season ha4 been successfully inaugurated in Mansfield by a ni'itch played on ''hursday, between itwo :teams-l-President v. Vice-president-tchasen by thle:committee. The weather was allttlhat could be desired, and the ground in capital 6rder, thobugh a little heavy -in cdnseqeienoe of the lute rainfall. There was a goodly tiumber of spectators on the ground; who appeared to take great interest in the grme, the fair sex being largely represented?-to an extent, woebelieve, unprecedented in IMansteld - thus im parting a bheerful and.hulidayt ;spectto the scene. Tlhe time ficed for pitching the wickets was 1 o'clock,-but it was ilter- 2 beforeall the members weie? on tht grountd. This delay.: arose from some misaunderstand ing in reference, to closing;the places of business. , It appears that a petition liad been got up by some of the more enthisiastic lovers of the game and taken roncid-to tile various storekeepers? with a sview to their signing it. This, however...