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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
:eneral Storekeepers, HIG U;STREE.T, MANSFIELD ° ih ctotha; fkor ah ibe al. patronage' already be owd upon thomn:I beg to call the ienion odf. thCir iCutomars ,and Residents of the District. totheir woll-assorted Stock 'of QiLtNElT&L reMltoHANDISE,000comprasig ? r+ T 'go? will beyfdundo moeet mdeinte;`being'buttfaElight'adynnpoipnelbourne 'cost and carriage for henvy goods, while for.DRAPERY, &c., a favourable comparison.cani bo made with the a llibourne retiil l pri ces ' tomore will -find the strictest attention paid to hbusines, and all orders, however small, . carefully attended to. ' : Plough?"Hlrrowso Bar, Ira,: nod Timber in Stock. ... .... ...TS, rRAt l AN,.D C A P. . ... I A E R, HIG ' STREET, MANSFILD: 'he e" ?y B est /L iquors. of ?veryi Desci iption: G" od Stabl ing. : Wit?1i a NEW and WELL-ASSORTED STOOK of Grocery, , Drapery, Clothing, Boots, Ironmongery, &c. Melbourne Prices for Cash Only. COUR.T HOUSE HOTEL, MANSFIELD. Donalad M?Donald, Pi'opr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
I"t.' oMPOUNDINGS. I r(tLEANDRA Impounded at Alexandra Pay horse, like M1W near eboulder .-Bay mare, saddle' marked; O,over:like Aýunder saddle near ide. .. ... . .. 1 a -horne;llke heart and J, near shoulder " To be sold on 3rd November. ALEXANDRA--Impounded at Alexandra. Roan mare; ver blotch near hbdoilder Brown pot'minare, near eboulder S: Black mare, N over to over + near 'shboulder ' SBay hoise; bell and hobbles, IRO near shoulder, * . 24 near!.neck'.o tea Black cob, eaddle imarked, like r'IVL conjoined Snear shoulders tr , hol', r Black mare, bang tail, J near shoulder ,Ohesneit:horee, star and stripe;,like E0 off neck, r. o?'r tIIunder. sddle off, side :: ,? -. beolý d eon te &10th November: . ` a, A LEXkNDRA Ilmpoundeai t Alexandra. ........-- rown horse, star, hind feet white hlike BWB ,r ._ (the WB co'ijneid) near shoulder, like AI near Bay mare; small star, J 3 near sloulder Bay filly, no visible brand T _" To be sold on' 17th November. "BENAL -A--ipounded it Ben...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Friday, October 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 29 October 1869
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Friday, October 22. Frederick W. Hoisted was charged with furious riding and being drunk on the previous day, for which he was fined £1, in default imprisonment for Tuesday, October 26. (Before Mr. Wills, P.M.) Patrick Maloney was charged with vagrancy. Mr. Nicholas told the Bench that prisoner gave him- self up to the police in order to obtain food and shelter. He had been some weeks an inmate of a hospital under treatment for paralysis, from which he now suffered. He also had made a very extraordinary statement to the effect that he had set fire to a fence on Mr. Turnbull's run. Mr. Turnbull's fence had been burned down, and he would proceed with that case another time. In reply to Mr. Wills, prisoner said he had worked on a station woolwinding, and was very well able for that work, but could not get anything to do at it. He could walk about 7 miles a day. He was in the employ of Mr. Clark, Long Lake, near Swan Hill, and since August went about the country be...
AGRICULTURE. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 5 November 1869
'. ' ousiAGlRtO tiO UlRtiu' &oir SIn breaidstuffs prices r arei.almot uunaltered. There is no desire to speculate, althoughsome few oapitalists:antloipate alrise, andshblders are not anxious to transact buliness at preseatfigures Flour i quoted at frioni £15 lOa to 10 wheat is coming forward very elowly, but has not ad. vancede in price from 7s' to 7e 4 l;horse feed is. rather dull, largo stocks s'n ?aind ` for both oats -and maioe, S may bo quoted. The unusual fall of rain since the acmmence meat of the month, and comig as is did ?o as to permit a largo amount pf,absorptlon, ha, 'oaueoid' snch astonishing groitli that icinot afa l ooas littoleour' farming friends ar., commonciUg;to? enjoy, their accustomed privilege of 'grumbling at the prospect of weak stems.and laid crops. All the low-lying rich lands are- presenting :as' iluAurint an- appcarauce as the owners could' desire i and if this gowing weather"continauo ' we may fully expect to hear of not only laid crops; buot t...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 5 November 1869
" , BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. .Wednesday, Noveinber 3. :Present-The President; and Crs Sulivi, Hall, Simson, and Rne.' SuLl The minutes were read and confirmed Cr Simeon protesting against the agisetmn fees on stock in the Benalla pound as passed at the previous meeting, believing the same to be inadequate for the maintenance of the pound in its propriety. - ' COR`_ R SPOgNDEs NCa , From William Orford' Bnd. other, comr: plaining of the state of the road from Little's corner.to Elliot's corner, and requesting the Council to order a"'drain to be made.there. Received. 'From-N, and P. Noononi calling attention to a clerical error, in their contract for works between Gaudinel's apaddock and Adame's, and requesting the : Counoilto allow them to"' 2 amend it:by adding £25 to the total.. 3 The tender was ordered to be so amended, From C. Hodgkinson, acknowledging re ceipt of communication relative to extended commonage in' the -area of Benalla,' ad in.. forming the Council that ;the matter wa...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, November 2. (Before Dr. Heath and Mr. Sha[?]pe.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 5 November 1869
al I3ENALLA POLICE COURT:... ill Tuesday, November 2. Si (Before Dr. Hieath and 1ir.'Sha, pe.) Srlichnae Con6cay'vas char.nod with being drunk and disorderly, and nalso with' using obscen lan-u age. e e 'was fin d 5 for ea each offence, or in default 48 hours' imprison,. ment. 'Perry v. Curr.-'This wis a prosecution under the Scab Act, defendant,,Mr Julius Curr, of Bongamero Station, being charg d with having _2,700. sheep in his p 'session ef infecte,1 with soca, he not being licenao.l. e Mr Pow appeare l for the defence. Richard Perry, s.vorn, said.-I an an in. `e spector of slieep' fi" the colony of Victoria. On the 22nd of Ootob-r I examined a pad Sdock of sheep on Bongam 'ro Station, KinC R iiver, in the Beechworth district. lThere 0 were 2,700 sheep in the paddock, according to the sworn 'declaration of the defendiint, it which I now hand in. The sheep had been dipped or dressed about two months pro. vi.,ualy. I discovered the living scab in-= sect on one of the sheep in the p...
MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, October 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 5 November 1869
rMMANSFIELD :HIRE OOUNO[Lla SWednoeday ,October 27' 4= '-:t Theusual fortnightly, meetig of this Ooib oil wast heldion .the above date. Present The President; and Ores Chenery, ,omkins, Cotter, Baldry, and Kitchen. ' The'?inaites'of the previous n meetia were read and confirmied. i,;: ':ý "-'` cý OtitiEBPONDeOE;xcc;i ,cc`-I A lettFer fromi Messris Masterton and (Co was reidil stling. i thie haiiid been enabl i to16obtaibn ,rebate'o n tio prisoifi the lamps ,which they hlad purchased for; the Councilfrom, Messrs M'Ewan and Co. j Tlio amount :was'" ordered to_. be ,paid to Messrs Masterton andCo., as theorhad acted as agents for thoe Concil and hod not chargad commiession:" Fridiiin hio Citr' I Board of FHealth, re-4 quiestlin the'ooinaill to submitbye laas nioado by, it to the Boird fo?foionfi rmation. Postponed till next meeting? From A .Chenery,pEsq.,, asking. for a nre hate on rates which he had been overcharged through a cleria ehr ?or ' diid by the Secro Cr B-aldry moved, and&am...
MELBOURNE. November 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 5 November 1869
MELBonnURNE; ` p o(FOM OU OWN1 COOnEsPOODEhT). Noveoiber. 3. The inquiry into the cause o'f- theTburning of the Lightning at Geelong has not come off yet, but it is pretty( evident that the wool being damphas caused spontaneous combustion; and this ought to be a warning to sheep owners at shearing time, especially in a drop ping season sucohas tho present, to be very careful that the wool is'in a: thoiodghly dry state when being packed-in the bales: There are a considerable number'of flying rumours' about your nhow" Eldorado," more especially "'under the verandah';". and it is positively assertedgthat the ground is pretty well all.secured by companies of various kinds I saw a sample of the gold said to come from the prospecting shaft, and it looks to be of first-rato quality, valued at £3 19s. 6d.poer oz. If you can only get plenty of it, you may feel satisfied that the quality is all there. "The races on Saturday ilast: did not cause much " public 'excitement, " nor'*was the "raceg...
DISTRICT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 5 November 1869
D.,* c).( PISTRICT COURTS , ,f¶ansfield County Court ;.. Snturday,.Nov. 13,, - Court of Mines . Saturday, Nov. 13' Benalia County Oourt ;.. W\'ednesdy, Nov.'l17 Wnngarattar County Court... Friday, Nov.19 -.-_ Jamieson Generil Seasions': Wed.?esday,' Nov. 10 County Court ;.. Thursday, Nov. It. ,,~ Court of Mines ... -Thursday, Nov.11
LATEST NEWS. (PER GREVILLE TELEGRAM COMPANY.) VICTORIA RACING CLUB SPRING MEETING. THE CUP DAY. MELBOURNE, Thursday, Nov. 4. MAIDEN P[?]ATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 5 November 1869
L 'T E? T NEWS.3 (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH). 1 (Pea GREVILLE TELeoRAM CoarNiam.) VICTORIA RACING CLUB SPRING MEETING. TRE CUP? DAY. MELBousM , :Thursday, Nov. 4. MAIDEN PATE: A. Sweepstakes of 5 - sovs.-each, withl5O0 a sovs added. 16 entries., :Mile and-a ?ailf:1; fMr. +E.Leoe's b. e. Partisan, '3 yrs, 7st. - ?i i1 SMr. W. Craig's b.-. o.; Clir do? Lion=3. yrs, e7st. ; 2 Mr. J. Tait's ch;o. Detective, 3 yrs, 7st.., 3 S , , -! ,;RAILWAY STbaKEs. I A Swoopstakes of r5 sors.eah, with 100 soae. d. added. 5 entries. Ono mile and a quarter. SMr. W .Wineh's b g The Saran, 4 yr,, Mr. T.'Bailey's ch h Gloncoo, 5 ys, S 10st . .;: t; . .. . 2 itMr. . edwood's h. m. in Misfortune, 4 yrs, g 9st.:`; r MELBOURNE CUP. re A Sweepstakes of 20 sos. each,-10forfeit, or g 5 if declared, with 300 sovs. added. 33 e accepted. Two miles. M Mr. A. Saqui's br. g. Warrior, 6 yrs, 8st. 101b. 1' Mr. J. Henderson's br. h. The Monk, 5 yrs,7 st . 2t .Mr. E. Leo's eh. m. Phaboe 6 yrs, 7st. 101b. .. .. .. 3 This was; a...
THE BURNING OF THE LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 5 November 1869
THE BURNING OF THE LIGHTNING. The following is the statement of the chief officer of r the Lightning:--' On Saturday afternoon myself, the boatseain, and a seaman were engaged taking in eight tons of coal in .the fore-hatch. We were down below :trimming the coals, and,everything was then comfort able. In pumping out the engine fouled, and we thus were not able to finish pumping until a quarter to I o'clock on Saturday evening, and at 0 p.m., when the carpenter again went down, he found everything secure. SThe captain went to lied on Saturday night at about half-past 10 o'clock. I went to bed at about 29 minutes after 11. Everything appeared to be right up till about )quarter before 1, when the first boatswain's mate ran aft,'and informed me 'that the ship .was on fire, and that the men heel been nearly smothered- in the half deck and forecastle. I imrnediately ran forward, when it was reported to me' that the carpenter 'as down in the half-deck. I 'said I would save him, but failed ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 5 November 1869
..Notice. . I IT is requested that all communications relating to matters which are dealt with in the Tro"isry be' addressed to the Treasurer or the Under Treasurer. This notice ij aiven hecause it is foun'tthat the practice of addressing such communiications to'tho Chief Secretary is pro ductive of much delay, and is "a sotirco of.in convenioence and anooyaco to the public. ROBERT .BY RNE, Treasurer. ,Treasury, Melbourne, .2th October, 1860. Payment of Accounts. HEADS of Departments 'are requrested to forward to the Treasury, as soon as possible, a statement of the. unliquidated elaisms against their respective deportments to the 30th ultimo. Such statements are to be accompanied with an explanation in each case of. the difficulty, if any, which prevents the transmission of the correes. ponding accounts to the Treasury for payment. ItOBERTTBYBNE,' .Treasurer. Treasury, Melbourne', 14th' Odtober 1869.' RULES FOR, THE O fANAGE11ENT. OF THE CURRA.Wi FARMERS' COMMON. i. The charges for...
MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 5 November 1869
'?ifAN&SF[LD. F7ROt " THE INDE'PENDEN' : The committee of the IMansfield common sohrol met on Tuesday afternoon, in the schoolroom, to receive: and consider the re port of the eub.comnmittee appointed to esti mate 'the probable cost of a new school building andr-tea?her'e, residence. There were -present Rovsi; 'oodwin (in the chair) and J. Smith; id5lt Messrs;. ':A. Crockett, yIentosh, and'J. Crdokett. The.. report slowed that £357. 19O exlusnive of earpenters' labour (valued? it'60) iiras the' amount re quired for dreoting the neoessarypbuildings. After some conversation, ppinions w,,re ex pess ed' tbtbiroffdatthlit £500,would prpbabtl' he expended by the time the buildings were. .completed and the necessaryt furniture pro vided. This?'mourt' it'~e'sthoglht could not be raised, and as the :committee were un-. willing to run inut-debtr-it was d considored best to hand over the property to the Board of Eduootio andg effeet such improvements as were ieoe's'ry:nod' within thoen...