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BENALLA POLICE COURT. Saturday, November 27. (Before Messrs Perry and Heath.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

BENALLA POLICE COURT. Saturday, November 27. (Before Messrs Perry and Ueath.' M'Nally v. Pearson.--In this caso defendant war accused, of misconduct as a hired servant. UIr and Mrs M'Nnlly proved that Pearson got dirink and frequently neglected his dutler, entail Ing loss to them and annoyance to their customers. Mr M'Donnell, for defendant, said that his client would prove that there wea no agreement between the parties, hut on calling him Pearson was found to be drunk outside the court, and he was sentenced to one month's imprisonment in Beeehworth Gaol, the costs to be dednoted from his w ag es. : ;- " • Mr M'Doinell applied for, and obtained, , copy of tie'.information in' the case of Bugbird v. Browne, which iJ set down for hbarlng on Tuesday next.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Monday, November 29. (Before Mr A. Smith.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

Monday, November 20. (Before Mr A. Smith.) John Smith, charged with being drunk and disorderly on the 27th inst, was dis missed. Evan Davis, for making use of obscene and threatening language ont the previous day, was fined 45, or in default one month's imprisonment.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RAILWAY LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

T° ,?,; ,',ITHERAILWAY LOAIJ.; · " In reference to the floating of the b-lance of tlie Railwivay ,L .afi tlifi Londoi inarket, Mr =iVrdon 'writes, under date of the :8th October. After acknowledging the ireceipt F of the letter enclosing,copi,-sof ithe letters of the. contracting banks of the date of the 14th. Augulst, he cdotinues:--!.A meeting, of the London oomroitteewas held yesterdry, at which I was present. The chairman was of opinion tha" it wa desirable in the in?t rests of the Uoveromenfthat the remairider of the debenritur?"a sould-be oltred now, and 1pr posed thaut be ou'ting off the coupons for. interest ldue in Jainuiary, Sour instructions not to offer the debentures for sale before that time; might be substantially fulfilled. In this case a deposit of five per cent. would be taken, and scrip would be issued and the balance would be male payable in January, when the debentures would be deliverable. Some membrse of the committee agreed with the.chairmanr in thle opinion ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL SESSIONS FOR BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

GENERAL SESSIONS FOR BENALLA: I A. hastily-convened meeting to consider the I advisability of taking steps to establish a Gone raml Sessions Court at Benalla was held on i Tuesday evening, at the Royal Hotel, Mr. I Sharpe being voted to the chair. t The Chairman said he had not been made a occuainted with the objects and intention for o which the meeting had been called, but he y understood it was to got the Sessions here, a and that object was undoubtedly a good one, ad it would be a saving both to the public and the Government, if the court were esota blished. - It would be a saving to themselves, inasmuch as it' would save them the expense and loss of time every now and then of having to go to Beechworth, and a saving to . the Government of travelling expenses for a number of witnesses to attend Beeohworth to ;h give evidence on eases from their own neigh boiurhood. When the railway was opened it would be an advantage to the surrounding towns, which would be better served in Bena...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROBABLE EXTINCTION OF SAILING VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

;; ROBABLE EXTINOrION OFP. SAILlNG7YVES3 G.;LS. .,",, 'IThe. Liverpool Albioi says the demand, of the iAntraliau?und Indis?u:trades have become so extensive, aid the" forthcoming opening of the Buiez Onal 'benig likel:t? ?lo awayilith'the use of sailinig vessels to a very coaniderblie extent, some of the enterlrising shlpowners of Liverpool are .combining together-to iibalirtuto steam for sailing vessels. Already there has been formed a large coimpiny,' wich has given an o~de for a steamer of 440 feet ini length,and of lijht drafti; and 'oneeof our oldept fand'most respetable firms Is; ti lasald, about to fotow suit. The Delhi Gazette remarks that it I s i; contesn. p!iaionptoe,sendthe Southtmpton passengers and mal-.lbhrouglir lthio Buez Caiol,;:tiMi'iseilles mail going;overland as before. it isalstoatiil thas the Penlnesula anid Oriatal Southamlpton steamers willgo through the cnali, if. it oan bi imanaged, andeoetiidio ilmo voya e without en tilling theinecessity of disemb.ikcion...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

IMPOUJNDINGS. Ai . NRA linuudol; at Alen ara}" SClsnut borse, 5 -over JTO over 0 near shoulder, T EW-off should;e,-ilke 155 near beck i ,+ : tv horse, 'blake,collar marked, like ?0 off ..-: ; oulderti ,: 1 ?i. :, . ::. : . To be sold on: -2.d December.. 1 ": 7+, - -_.? EEOHVWOR TH-.Impoundeod. at Beehworth Borodulh Pound,.lthlNovember.:. , S null, red and.white iack, off ear slit Strawbersf heiferindistinot brand near rump. S . To be sold on 8th December.,- t El(iCI\lORTB-Impounded at Beeehworth SBorough Pound from the Eldorado Common Pty borsie, eitire,N off shiilder, two bhidd. feet white slight star . - = Bay mare' '? over 8 ?ff lioulder alliht ,sr i ay' hbrs, ,0; near shaoulder; coliar sartked, two' " hied nndnaeai.foro'fooet white-; }JEECHWVORTH-h.pounaded atBeechworth Borough Pound, 22nd November, Day mare, TR over JO hear shoulder, slight star, shortish taillIjuast pullddtehalf hind near foot .-l white. To he sold on 22Ind December:. 3ENAL[r --Impounded at. Be, ,la. TIed ?an1...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAKING BREAD WITHOUT GRINDING THE CORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

MAKINGi, BREAD WITHOUT: GRIND .ING-THE CORN. The following `lipping s (foin the Brieish Trade Journal :- i ! "* And. so at last the miller has found ia deadly fe--bent on his abolirion I The dusty miller is a sort of sacred chbaracteramong us. Ilismachloery is the only elaborate machinery which poets recognise as poetical: tlisthaunte, his pursuits, his manner of lifo, and his whole character have an air 'of romance about' them;' he' himself occu pies an important placo in ancient legends as in modern fiction' And, bthold, civillzation throa tens to extinguish hir. A method has beeo discovered of making broad wichout grinding the corn, and a pate'st has been taken out for the process. It is said that whereas in the process of smkiui broad from flour there is much wastoso chat.b100 pounls of grain yield only 112 pounds of bread, accordingi to the new process 100 pounds lf'graion will produce 145 or 10 poi~ds of bread. The "new broed is not oulrlyincreased in quantity, but is also sai...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

A .TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. Near ?Pa'is a- most horrible 'tragedy has been enaoted --a whole family, mother and six children, )aving been murdered in the most cool-blooL~ed and. deliberate manner. The murder,bot' in its d-eign and execution, will always rank Among the first illustrations of the art; and; inie, od, for completenes andl daring, is almost un matclhed in the records of crime. The murdoeeor, Traupmanon, is barely twenty years of age, 'but has long been noted for his extraordinary\strength and daring. He had become intimateo with a family mamed Kiock, well-to-do peo\ple at Roubaix in I French Flanders, and bhe appears to have deliberately concocted a ,\lan for murdering the whole family, and thin possessing him self, by personation and `fraud, of all the property they possessed. 11e was favoured in his scheme by the desire of the father to leave Roubaix and settle at \Alsace. This Jean Kinck, the father, did le;we his home, and has not since been heard oL ; but Traup mann, in al...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

MIELBOURNE PRODUGCE MARKET, M. I'Ciaw and Another report, for the'woek Snding 24th November, 1869 , In breadstuffs the .market hasn un ergono a " ery violent, nid, weiiiink, unnecessary paiic. L argro quantities of flouriwere offered at anuctnn e on 'Tiday, which renulted in the sala of five ' on '.iple lots, at from £1I 17a Gd.to £12 fis; , the bulk being withdrawn. Ataour public sale, to-day, could. not get an offet ; quotations are purely nominal. We disoosed of. afew amall iots at the latter end of last week, at £14 10s. .Feeding graino have considerably receded in "'value lince our last. Disposed bf'a few lots of oa's to-day, at up to 4s 2. I" n didry produce there ihas -ot been' any material alteration. Consignments come forward rather sparingly, and the demand is not iover We append detailns. Ploursper, ton ', t..£1410 1'0 to- O 0 0 MRie, per?iuhliel ... 0 '41 3 ''0 4 6 Wheat, do 0. ... 0_ '6 -, S ,0 .0' 0 harley, malting, do 0 l4 11 '0 5 '-6 Oats, feed, do ... 03' 9" :'0 4 5...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAND SALE AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

LAND SALE AT BENALLA: b A sale of' Crown, Irds 'in fee: simplo: was hold at the District' Survey Oifice,'Bledilln, c on Tuesday last, and was conultieted by MIr :I NiK.i, Districi Surveyor. Tlthbe:'wis somo slI little cotnp.tition. Pat:tio?lirs are as as TOWN'. LOTS. : Behadllo' iii the tow'nship' of Betialla-Allot c mcatne, section Q, Ia, upset'price £1 par acre, t John Smith, £4 lOa al'otment 2,' ectian Q 1 a c upset price £4 per acre. Richard Iloskin, £5'; allotment :3,' section: Q, la, upset price £4 per l acre, Richard Hoskin,'£5 10s ; allotment 4, soc.-: 11 tola' Q. "1, upset price £4 per acre. Richard t ieosaio, £?; allotment 10, section: Q la, upset' price £4 pers.cro, Thomas Lewis,' £4; allotmentt ,'seaction 7,.2r, upset price C8 per' acre, Joseph Blackbuine, £4; allotment 2, section 7, Sr, upset a price £8 per acre, 'Joseph Blackburno; allotments ii 3, 4, sdction 7, 2r, no offer ; allotment 11, section b Ia, Or l1p, upset price £4 per acre, William Little, sen, £2 Os 9d. S...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Friday, November 26. (Before Mr A. Smith.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

iMANSFIELD POLIOE COURT. Friday, November 26. (Before Mr A. Smith.) John Jordan, a minor, living at Mount 'Buller, was brought up, charged with shoot ing at George Jameson, also a miner of the same place. Prisoner was remanded until ; the next dsy. -The same man was also charged with hay - ing stolen various articles, the property of Jamesop, and on this charge was also re manded-until the following day. John Hayden and Owen Whelan were brought before the Bench charged with having stolen a bottle of brandy on the pre vious day, from the bar of the Mansfield Hotel. They were remanded until the next dlay.. _ _

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, December 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

S BEiiNAi&A sI{[RS COUNCLL . : Wednesday;Decembr 1.' Present-Councillors Sharps (president), !Hoskin, and Roe The minutes of the previous meeting were read a?id confirmed. ? OaRRESPONDENCs. From the noting clerk of Petty Sesslons at Violet Town, wishing to know if fees for slaughtering licenses were to be paid to the Shire Council. . The Secretary was instructed to obtain the opinion of the Attorney-General on the poinr. : - From Mr Henna, informing the Concell that he had (in conjunction with Cr Roe) made inquiries relative to the delay in divid ing the shire into ridings, ritel Wngaratta toll, the Benalla Farmers' Common, and the Goorambat Farmers' Common. Regarding the divsidn'of; the shire, the papers had been sent to Mr Ryley to certify the boundaries, and as soon as they were received from him the ridings would be proclaimed. Steps would also be taken to proclaim the Sydney. road a common toll road. Received. From A. Morrah, Crown Lan-is Ofice, informing the Council th...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Saturday, November 27. (Before Messrs Chenery, Rowe, and A. Smith.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

Saturday, November 27. (Before Messrs Chenery, Rowe, and A. Smith.) Percy F. Bromfleld and Alexander Dun das v.' Thomas H. Sott-Defendant was summoned to show cause why he hal not obeyed an 'order of this Court, made on the 9th October last, for the sum of £3 19s. De " feiids ntbelng 'in' Melbdurne, the case was Spostponed fors Week. John Jordan, remanded from the previous day, was brought up and chargesl with shoot ing at George Jameson, at Mfount Buller, on the 22nd inst. Superintendent Furnell conducted the pro secution, and Mr O'Leary 'appeared to de fend the prisoner., George Jameson wan first called, and having been sworn deposed-I m a miner, residing at Modunt Buller. Know Stockyard Creek, and was there on" the 22nd iest, when I saw the.prisoner at work in a claim. He said, "If you do not go away I- will throw. the shovel at you." I thin went to my own claim. Betwe'en'4 end 5 o'clock in the after noon I saw prisoner at the creek . Ho had a double-barrel gun iin hie hbid. 'He ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 3 December 1869

Pis A ed Weekly. . BENALLA, .FRIDAY, DEC. 3, ,1869. TxE Geeral Sessions qiuestion is at last, weo, are happy to say, being taken up in earnest, aind siicd the baiLhassbcn setrolling it is gisa tifying to bwiv ess the _uanimity which exists regarding it.- It would have been strange had it been otle wise for there soelot boa second thought about the desirability of having Ses sions here, vi wed either from the standpoint I "of the Government- or the residents. The arguments were not very well put to the meet-e ing on T ,?isday, snl it may have been this ni fact which helped the futile opposition offered to the proceedings though the arguments prin* 1i cipally used for that litirposeo iwere that the v movement savoured too much of no chumism t to ensure the approval of those whor have on joyed the bliss iof residing in Bnalla for .a g lengthened number of yearse,. The absurdity of this argument is so palpable that we should tl scarcely think it uecossry to have repeated it y except top...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 December 1869

AGRICULTURE., &o. Thel breadeliiffs tiiarket is diill'; and iealei cadin not beeffectbed to any eixtent either privitely br by auction j through the liatter means a few parcels have changed hands at-£1i Gs; iride parcels a trifle higher. As thie new Adelaide wheat is coming forward, and in very good con dition, the demand for. this grain is soomewhat oasier; Adelaido wheat is worth 0s and, Vice torian grownii 'a trifle les. loro feeood ase more inquired for,and'oaits aro quoted at 4 a; mnise i. brisk antsame figure , dairy produces iplentiful, and at lastquotations. ! -- -j Finoe weather ,hhas aga set in, and if it con tinues another fortnight outer hayigrowera near i llolbouiioe will have their lackic up anli thatched. I Thoropis h eavy, an aitheoug shome'may beh slightly discoloured, the major portion will be sound markelable foedder. We avre sirry to hear f that smutid hue ffocteel na ny of the paddocks, some to an ninjurious extentio nmuch so that itis feared it will pro...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SUBDIVISIONS OF THE SHIRE OF BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 December 1869

THEi snUBDIVIS6iO s 'O T Ei SHIRi S OF BBNALLA. The follow.ngar 'th? a'eltdli.is!ln;al boundatrie of the Shiro of Boinalla;, a io: ai.or?e?a la aIt Friday's Gaiette - ' .,i The North ILiding-aomnmocint at thojunction of theoBrokeiu iver with tie western boundary of Tallygaroopna and hounded on the south by the Blroken River to its intersection with the Sydney road, in the townmhip of Beonalla ; thnee by the centro of the Sydney ro;d, to its illlrseoc tion with the Fifooeu-milo Crook; thence by the Fiflton.anilo Creek to the south.east corner of allotment I, 'sation F ; thence by the southera boundary ot- allotment I and the western boun iatty of allotmenti 'l , 3,'4 5,'aHa 0. aind the unrthern boundary of/allotnment 0, all of section F, to the Fifteon.milo Creek; thence by that crook to tle .Ovens River ; thence by the Ovens River to the southern boundary of the Peeclhelba run; thence bo y the io uthern; boundaries of Poechelba, St.-Janmes Yabba Yabbo, Katandrn, and Tallygaroopno to...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VIOLET TOWN POLICE COURT. Monday, December 6. (Before Messrs. Wills and Gall.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 December 1869

VIOLET. TOWN POLTOEi COURT.; Monday, December 6. S (Before Meserse. Wills and Gall.) V: Margaret Aliridge was charged, on remand, with larceny from a dwelling on the. 18th November. Mr Nicholar, the district superintendent of police, prosecuted. William Hancock Lamb, sworn-Am a photo grapher, residing at Violet Town, and remember the 17th November last. Was staying at Williains's hotel, and saw the prisoner about 10 o'oloek'that night. I slept in a verandah rooin, and-wept to bed between 12 and 1 an.m. My purse thon containe three £1.-notes, an order from Mr Thomas Beggs for £2, andl about £1 in silver.' I can identify one of the notes by having taken a photograph(now produced, and numbered 641310) from the original noto of the Oriental Bank Corporation, also now boleoroe me. IMy Spurse was in 'my left.han I pocket when I went to bed, and I put my trousers on a chair near. the window, 1 missed it on tihe morning of the -18th.. About grey donwn of clay prisoner awolke me by asking me...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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MANSFIELD STOCK REPORT. December 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 December 1869

M1ANSFI'nD SrTOuCK RPORTs . ½ ,December 3. Mer Doff turmeet u eo itv the followiig'ae tbo ýrnlingprices ti) : 01 l. Storoe hullocke,I £3 109 to £4;: store cows, £2 ,10 to £3 Int h'ullokt £6 to £8 ; fat cowe, IJretao tn£7;ift ithdeop wetheros 7a to 9; cr;od hrrce wethore, e to 12o; ,st oro wetheret fuilomouthed {whee), 2s 0, storewetherfs '2 on! 4 toothbe (ehorn) 4u:.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 December 1869

TO 'CORRESP(XNDENTS. llU 9omxunwdatiorns intendedZ for., in'jetion o Jiusl beoraoarded to: tido qotledby. Wdnodoay fornling, or afternoon at the latest...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 10 December 1869

1: . MANSFIELD. Fnoun "Tsr InriPEND EnrN." A small rush has been made to some ground about.two miles, .the,other side of Morton. There are' a good number of ponplo'on' the 'ground and gold is being obtained. Last-weak we re-printed (in order to show' its falsity) a paragraph which- had .crept into one of the Melbourne journals reflecting on the conduct of the- Superintendent of Polico for this district in not catching Power, when it was asscrtedho: had a chanco of doing so; and in tho.lest issue of the ,ainseokitChronicl wec perceive a corroespondeont (?) 'of that journal has taken up the cudgels, and in a pitifully spiteful strain and evidently promited by potty jealousy writes in a manner that would be unworthy of notice wereo it not for the false impressions that might be' convoyed to, the general public who are unacquainted with the facts of the casoe.. Tlhe following is an extract : -"Jamieson,*,as the head quarters, of the police, and the scene of tlosie [Power')s] depro datio...

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