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ARRIVAL OF THE OCTOBER MAILS FROM EUROPE. GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, 8th October. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 26 November 1869
SOFfTTR u3i. -.001 TOE BLERiA ILa F: ROM EUROPE. GENERAL ; SUMMARY.;,*,4,_i ai i-. Lonosc 8th. October. : i.The 'Prince and Princess of: iVles have returned from ,Wildbad.,?: -The Prinoe has -goneatotAbergeldie. The, sceouchementt of the Princess'is expected at the end of Novem be;r odr'thebeginning of December. ! &lt;:; :.:Anu agitatlon for the releao?o of the'Fenian' prisoners i: sprea ling all over Iieland., '; A diffionulty;.has occurred betwe Spain and the United States. , A- contest has taken piaco for the mayoralty 'of the'- city :of=London. Aldermas'f,"eeleyi was'?leeted bv the ,lireriynen:' " '??hlSdoteh :Lord- Justico Clerk, wvli 'wa 'iimrm~ied, to'.appear before the 'c?mmisesi~i at ". Bridgewater, committed': uicide at ;lii, estate in Scotland. . - The medals- for the Abysseinian campaign eire being struck at the Royal Mint.' -" "' ' -The celebrated Fren'ch :preacher, Fatleli Hyaicinthe; :haisdeelared that the' attempt; by the Pope?iin his- Synod;' to divori;cethe...
CHARLES BALDRY, Mansfield Flour Mills, [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 26 November 1869
dv n C~rc } , t Th 1orO trL'S" ,B lr:?LDRm:: tl~rc~·u I, DBEGS to aonounco thot has~fg completed sobylt Great Improyomontaao tho",loclrnoiry.,oftb o h- r-^ov'Sllsr, iielifngowablo to:oijt~ly lFour that FaooopB foe, ioieod the coloygtfoqyr: ;l! m1u1 f'IL "itlO U ' r` I t A.,1 LaL A l iD G ,olit' :C tG.il ", . i :I1( LoL:" r; , t ti ,or iru O L c r lr·,:r ·nis Unl a ,!1; AFwvo#B bn hand. .o !::at 1t , 3=il rrr 0 dnirqnoo o i .2T o - ,rr Z Bacotf at lowest markef:tpricei .o) oi,1, .,J l1 iii 'ncf t:": (.~qo r rolif oiololl) 'rrirf n J·l :: n : ·;"I -1;i Ir , ar l F 111adlcitierlý7jof reyarjI~e'sert7tw Sopplied-,gr., QReRpaired atltlaw.vhor te otice Nt 7 ~ M AQRICE RAPHAEL 2lTDi,ýr,,,,"r'r ^ rFl 1 ' i Iri(llr Gover"nmejiu.,alnd e ...: lijii O'e'I (.1[ lz r t. p"n r(r~aE s-ro, l ; r, 'Q 1 S f l'h' i ni V' e ml ot,! (roil ni olooll"q ' I p\1Tkn o' ii tl~T "'i ©. 'tif rn 0:: di' 1O ;ii ANID)I r'hl i, ri , Lr (7 ,:.i i~ rdhif ull' .LevntI reso I,' ! 'IhA"I' SnFi I,; I]L"(.iD A N £1) ir l L,...
Wednesday, November 24. (Before Messrs Wills, Sharps, and Heath.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 26 November 1869
W'?Wednesday, Noreser 24:, (Blefore JlerirlWills,,Shsrpoi, and reafth'.) Catherine ?iaser was charged with being drunkr and disorderly on the previonadayo. The constable said he found her lying in the street in the middle of the day, very drunk. Fined 5, or 24 hours. ~ (. (Cherry v. Little-Assault, damage. b?.iOglid, "'"r :P~w' Tof plaintiff Mr ,Ml'Dopnelii for., i defendant.. , SGeorge Cherry,.labourer, said that on the 14th of November he saw defendant on his. ground on. that day. Asked Little if he had any of hi, son'i hores.. Pisund them there, anddefendant. abused him. Went to pull the slip panel down,. -and Little struck him,with a paling on-his arm three times. Took the paling from. him, and! threw it down. Cros.-examined-Did not take. a rail down.. After. I was struck L went into the yards. I: offered to make the case up. :Did not;strike' *Llttle" JoLoph Little,.dofendant'i son,,found' om 18' or 19 horses trespasrsng on hin father's land on,. Sunday morning..and drove them i...
THE TOWN COMMON HERDSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 26 November 1869
THE TOWN ,COMMON HERDSMAN. There was a'pirivato meetin. of persons interested in commonage on Saturday, at the Commeorial Hotel, adjourned from the previous week. Mr S. Clarke was voted to the chair, and said that he had sent a letter to the managers of the Town Common since last meeting, and as Mr Boger (one of the managers) was present, perhaps be would give them. a% reply. He then repeated the grievaniicethe, farmers and others felt, that as there were only some 300 acres of land on the east side of the Broken River it would not.piy them to keepe a herdsman... He also said that the herdsman told him his only duty wnas to keep stringers off the land. He .mightbmention.tbat one man in driving home a bull was threatened that it would be im pounded. Pour people had to pay sa Od for goats;, aid- got nothing for it. The land around was nearly all purchased, and so they could not increase the common c they did not therefore want a herdsman at all. :Mr Fawkes esaid that was only a questi...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, NOV. 26, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 26 November 1869
rew ieblrweB TPreey. ? Ix seems tobevery questionable whether the new?Land Bill? ill:beoomo law! this year, after anll; for athe session is fast driwing td . eloso, and so- many, amendments have been. made in it that'it is extremely doubtful whether thesee will mleet with the views enter tained "by "enmber f 'cr h loof Lrer "use. Whatover amendments ar- introduced by the Council wil lhove to- be coneurred- i by: the Assembly, and as this will led to still further delay-perhaps diffitulty--tbe pa?sing .'of the Dbil in.ever so mutilated a.shape canq scarcely be hyped for, much more expeated oItih' a very serious; afiair ;this lend qucetion;,aor we -inight feel disposed to speak snomiwhat Oharply about the otherwrise unconscionable !deldaye that have. taken place in dealig with it. =Introduced by M Gr.? aGerwith all ?the in fluenci the e'Cullooh Adminitrtion could1 liing to bear upon it, the biantlihg noorthels underwent seoh r h usage in committeeoin "" the Assembly that ita athwr fai...
MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, November 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 26 November 1869
MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, Novembcr 17. This was the day appointed for the annal meeting of the Council. The ordinary business was firstt proceeded. with Present-The President (in the chair), and Crs. Baldry, Tomkins, and Cotter. &nbsp; &nbsp; The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the correspondence was next con sidered. From Mr. Hodgkinson relative to alteration in boun dary of site for Shire Hall. No order. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From Public Works Department, relative to appoint ment of trustees ,of cemetery. No order. From Mr. Witt, relative to appointment of Crown Lands bailiff. No order. From Mr. D. Clifton, asking for a rebate in his rate on the ground of unfairness. The Council proceeded to consider the request, and in &nbsp; answer to the President, the valuer stated his opinion was that in comparison with other valuations that on Mr. Clifton's property was not unfair. &nbsp; &am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869
To be Let, r'ELE cotrally.lituatod and commodious STOR$ latoly occupied by Mr. M'Nally, Bridgo-atroot, Bonalla. For particulars and termas apply to Henry Carigo, Bonalla. SHIRIE OF BENALLA." Leases of Tollgates: TENDERS will be received until Tw o.v.. u'clner Noon on Wednesday, the SOSd I) .."mlher|i for the LEASE of the undermentiouul iolillate . and Ohecks. on the main Sydney-rd:al, ronm tl,i let day of January to the 31st day of Il?.ctiuler1I 1870, both'inclusive: Benalla Tollgate end'Ohec!i Euroa do do Longwood do' do The conditions of lease may be '?. at tlio Council Chambers, Bridge-street, Bu;ti1. The Council will not nceossariy .,aept the. lowestor any tender. Persons tendering for the above 'are required, to he in attendance personally or by ao- me, at the Council Chambers, Benalla, at the .ouur above- ; named, and must direct their tenders tr Ilto Proe' sident of the BIenall Shire Council, "odoree l:: "'Tender for - Toll." F. M'DONNErL," : i : do3cay. Council Guambers, . B...
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869
Fo a6ae. Tnat Ecoxoaici.") i Sidoe the r;epoit through telegram from h England, ti s breadstuffs market have assumed a i ;mure active condition, and extensive transactions n 'have been closed in flour; some 600 tons changed hands on Wednesday at improved rates, and £14 w is quoted for trade lots. Tho.large shipment of 01 wheat from Adelaide (14,000 tons) has been die- d posed of, but the figure has not transpired ; from 65 4d to s 6id is offered for best South Australian fc grain. Oats rule from 4s 41 to 4s 61, and maise i at 4s 1l. A- samle of oew Cape sarley is re- K ported"' having' been. forwarded 'fromr" near I' Bacchus Marsh..; de Buch aSn unieual eupply of, feed is apt to make tL our farmeis careless sbout securing or economic- Ba ing fodder. to the -extent. they ought. Past ex. Pr perienco slotuld'teach all stock holders the valuo ie of ?attle food al? ny: anud' eovery shape, andJ although every paIdock is now almost overflow. at ingwrith grams and grain, growth will soon st...
MELBOURNE. December 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869
t ??-. . MELBOURNE.•: :(rP~o OU?t OWN coatlStrocebENT.) "i:. . December :1 The Flying' Squadkon arrived on Friday, and the oityhas been perfectly inundated With blue jackots and marines since Monday. They are to be seen rolling about in all directions, and appear to make themselves perfectly at home. Cabby seems to be making it pay amongst them, as they hire the vehicles appa rently by the day, and from seven to eight passengers is the usual quantum. The exoldus of pleseuro-seekers to Hoboni's Bay is ery largeo, steamers and watermen reaping quite a harvest in taking them off to the fleet. '1 he naval review, which comes off on Saturday, is expected tobe a very grand affair. What with balls, concerts, theatre bespeaks, and picnics, the pleasure-seekers have been pretty well.employed, and are likely. to be so'during I the stay of the fS.et in port. The.weather stillcontinues strangely cold, rainy, and unseasonable, and a largo quantity of hay mtaathave been damag d by, the severe. ra...
WRECK OF THE MARIE GABRIELLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869
.WREUCK OFUTBE?. MARIE GABRIELLE. The barque Mario Gabrielle, bound from Foo Chow' Foouto Melbourne, with tes; consigned to. Mesi~sb Towns and `Co.,' was wreckeoI at? lo'clock on the .morning of the 25th, two miles west of MAoonlight _Head.. The vessel struck a reef, and was carried over bythe, surf into a sand basin, where she parted' in half ,,The .vessel passed through , passage in the rocks to the sandy basin. This was pi?ildential in the last degree, for had she gonoe buta few'yards on either sdd n s?blives could have been saved. The crew were landed at 4 a.m,,blut the boat in which they put off from the' wreok ai'smashed on the beach,before they could cget t of it. , Kportion f l o??f t'crew started for the. Otwoy, and:en their w y had to tear up their clothes to make ropes to lower themselves down the cliffs which m'pede'd their progiess. FortunatelyL.the ship's papers and log-books.were saved. It took the man who:made the journey to the Otwayfeourrlays to offect it, during w...
VIOLET TOWN POLICE COURT. (Before Mr Gail.) Monday, 22nd November. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869
VIOLET TOWN POLICE COURT. " (lefore or Gall.) lMondi 22tid Novmbeh . SiV. :Jon, was brought up charged with in doeent ronduct, and received the well-merited but light sentence of 48 hours. AlargaretAlldrie, charged with larccny from a dwelling over. £5, and George Olliver, against whom' there were two distinct chargei of larceny. in each case untier 40s, .were finally ,remanded till the .29th iwhen they.:were again remanded to the 6th December,. there beig no second J.P. for 'Violet: ,Town--hnce. those remands being made to the regular .ourt.day.:.:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869
.HA.RLES B ALDRY, qld lra iIous M i s BEGS to annfourico.thnt having completed several Great Improvements ii:.tho.:r?chineryo of the ,' .L':bovb Mille, he jS pow able to Upply lour that caI ot anobe sb u 'aewIid j thd.eeln.,o :l ,ld . . I . Alwayl on' and,' S 'Bacon at lowest market price.. S achie of evedescription Supplieil or Repaired'at the Shorte.t Notice.' MAURICE RAPHAE :,i r'iIt eGoenmr'e;t ,i, ind . Gen ral uc, ti er,-. ;It fill 5 t1n Ihe " 1 1 -? . i " 6tfl /'"'* _^? fneOe e ' i e1cii ^ Assigoeeroe f I' oub i "a'ndl B'eechiortlh.'?ad I Curator ofaInotestato Ea tatel.l hali .1 l I , I a f gcdi n lO1UT ATE.0IloOB Ai .' I i S~ -ln nALES' EFPECTED'!," EElRYI ;SATURDAY - AT,2pm.:: m., ;n "; ip,,' I n tit r D of A 'ri S.iaLH.tad'all 0 ld ,1JMLJhima ;^L ;A - tJ 1KSIlikS to Retfrn a''Thnink to'b isriend for their liler.l patronage. Io wi ll ontiue-to iniltalin the liglt clharnctr whichathi -old -itablished bos. e;, h e , rnd. a o , . .p, i . P taiae Rer per , Co "li r oatdtrH; and...
Monday, November 29. (Before Messrs. Sharpe and Heath.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869
" Monday, rovember 29., i (Before.Messrs. Sharpe and Heath.): SMary' Williams was charged with''obtalning goods' to 'the amount of £3 12s. from Alexandor Robherton, under false pretences. Mr l'Donoell appeared for the defence. Alexander Robertson,' sworn, deposed to pri soner' coming to hisestore on the 8th November ind getting horse feed and goods to the amounot of £3 12s. Prisoner was accompanied by a little boy, who, carried the horse feed away to where prisoner was camped adjoining the store. She said her husband had been detained on the road through sickness and would be in Bonalia shortly, when he would pay the amount, on which statement he allowed her to take the goods. In' cross-examination witness admitted having known the prisoner as atraveller on the Sydney road for some years, and about 10 months pro viously wanted to purchase a buggy fron her, but could not agree about the price. Had nlro had dealings with her both here and at8 eymour. She had always previously paid cas...