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AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 December 1869
AGRIOULTrURE,- . (FRoM "Tue EoosouasT.")" There is very little doing in breadstuffs, and the figures quoted rule a trifle lower than those of last week. --Oplnions differ; as to what the plrice will be in this market in two months, but some few imagine that flour will be much lower' than - t- h i to" Bestbrands are quoted at £13 to' £13 10s; andwheattattfrom 5s 6d. to 's 9,d. Horse' feed also is dull, and both matse and oats changing hands at 3s 9,d to 3s 10d., Malting barley i'.worth.-6sd. Dairy produce plentiful and-difficult to dispose of unless firt quality. ' - l . .. The somewhat unsettled weather has prevented harvest operations. from going' ahead to the extent farmers desire'. Largo qua?ctities of hey are ,still in the cook, and a- week or ten days' continuous fine weather would be very acceptable jultisow.. Those stacks whlch arc finished prove largoer tian have occupied theo.atackyards for some few years, aud,the conseqi''nt low prices which must ncecessarily rule in aoh '...
MANSFIELD STOCK REPORT. December 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 December 1869
A MAN8.IE 1I STO.b. 1RPOWP Mr Duff rurnishos us with6~thei foIUihi ?i the Store bullocks, £3 10s to4; tare cows, ' £21. 10 to'i 3 ;,fat' bullock, £6 to £8 ; fat cows, S£6 to £7; fat sheep, wethers, 7 to 9s ; cross bred wethers, 10t to 12s; store wethors, fullmoouthed (shorno)'2s 9. ; store wethere, 2 and 4 toothed (shorn), 4..
BENALLA STOCK REPORT. Fat Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 December 1869
r NAjiLA_ STOC RIEPORTi Cý 4.. .s. Ft"Osttleý',ni 9·rB, P culjacks £6 :0 0 to £10 0 0 Coaws. 5 0 0 7 0 0 'Wetler' .. 0 7 6 010 0 Storo Shoea' F f Welheru, 6 and tooth° 0 ) -0 0` G °0 Eweainasmh ,2&4topob0 Q 0 0 0i ii=&lt; 0 loggetso ., : 0 0.0 0 ` 0 3 6 Moroerzcin7Docemhor 10.1; al--e~~a change to _rcpory'nlthie mahokt. Puree arc as follow:-` Flour, per ton ... 0? 0. 0 to 0 3 £ 0 0 lototoea, do 6 0 0 8 0 0 ýR l At, far ueho1 0 G> 0 .0 5, 5 d 'ran, do. 0 0 0" 0 1.6 SPollard, do . 00 '0 00 0 -1;.6 con do . 0 00 0 l0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 December 1869
p " LEZXANDRA-Impounded at Aleeandrao Chesnut horse, 5 over .Tj' over 0 near shoulder, , E. oW souilder,,like ai0 nonc pock, Saf hoe?; 'blase,. collar mnarked~' Ilk W"&l,?' shloulde. ,. To.bo .sold on 2ind December. B ElROFl+rORT'Ef--unipounded at Beehliviwori ~ourgb. Poerod fiom theEldorado Common, ay. horse,,entire, N off: shoulder, twd hlhdd feet white, slight star $ay mare, co orer S 6ff `'h tldoe. Alight star Bay' eDh ,se, O.near Shonulder; collar i.ckodd t'o .t!ae and Iept fore foot white:l ni e :ir i:lf! 8 .'lh lb ? eo , ldthc Decllecehe. 1 ' E---. Eo WORT??-mpoouoded at leehwoitl Sopauh Found, S8nd"NovouJhec 10 Pay mare,.Ti oe 07e0 JO ner olshoulder. Slight star shorlot8 ' ~iitj,,u-tal llod'"?dlS tin?-e.i?d ' fdot 'white r:"a To be sold on 00 ed Deuerb BENA Lt 1I zmto itndoiiAt tB alla1 II , $lacklritor. sar. J.B neasrainsilder.. asjI;U 1 To bo soldon 22end December. i. T.i.: NbALLA-.Impouded at Bonalla- . Strawn?erry steer.-?OG nar.-rim anl hoouldar: To be sold on 5...
Monday, December 6. (Before Mr. Kitchen, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 December 1869
Monday, December 0. (Before Mr Kitchen, J.P.). SGeorge Brown and AlexanderN M'L' d were brought uo charged with committing a tbriaclh of the peace on the ,previous'day.i ;They were both dismissed, this being: their first offeihe.: : Wellington, ai aboriginal, was chaired with being drunk and disorderly,' nd was also dismissed.i 'The :harvest is now drawing on apace in "iaiisfiold district, the grain in places showing indications of approaching ripeness, and the machines will soon be in full work. Hay making is becoming general, and-barring the effoets of the storm in the middle of the week is progressing favourably. The crops-wheat especially-arc more than ordinarily abund ant, andour farmers will have their work to do to gathor them in without suffering loss from scarcity of labour or other causes incidental to harvesting operations. The food every whore is splendid-bottor, it is said, than has boon known for very many years at this season--stock, consequently, are in fine con diti...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, December 11. ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 December 1869
- , BENALLA SHIRII COUNCIL. ..Saturday, December 11. ADJOURNED ANNUAL liEeTINJ. The annuel meeting of this Coun'oil which had been adjourned to admit of the ipreparatibn of the annual.balance-sheet, was held on Sat'irday, all the members being present. The President then presented the state.: ment ofaceounts, which was read, and ihe for. mally moved its adoption. Or Simeon said he thought before the statement of accounts was adopted, his-motion' should have been attended to for the pro: duetioniof a list of the contracts already entered into by the Council. His reason foiestating that was thi'"?oa' tli:~last oc-. casion.when he was present at the meetin?. of the.Couicil an understunding.was arrived. at that, there 'should be no meeting until they received notice from the Secretary. In spite of that understanding he noticed that' a meeting had been held, and another of those objectionable accounts had been passed, which he and Cr Sullivan had objected to. He distinctly asserted that ...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, DEC. 17, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 December 1869
Published Weekly. 3hNAL L , FRIDA., DEC 17, 1869. Ow., political system is rapidly degenerating, and the occasional shocking examples of the past are fast becoming of daily, occurrence. Political men without probity are becoming the rule a?id noFbttho' exception, and as each fresh name crops up;one is fain.to feel agrow -ing loatl(ing and abhorrence of the disgusting.1 .ii ,anonment' of the eery `first?principles of honoui 1anid intg)rity by manyrof our legisla. tors Whilo ;the -STarrs, and the 3itLIeas,. 1ani tho Faeeas are beingly w iitwashed by their colleagucs in iarliament,it wquld be as weIll if tho.Econstituencies ,weroe,to seriously onei? der thegiiestionlof' Parliahentary repre , ?entatlon which must pecupy tneir, serious at ??tention before long if it is desired to save our political institutions 'fio sinikng in the mire fpublicopprobum Thi sytem of "proper represenitations" inthoe and-office will have todbo donor a'?y with,-tad the present (o rernment have pro.pise4 to ,a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 December 1869
'.O AR LE4 B A L D Y, M; ansfieldI , louL ,Mi s Y. tgQa ? pmilo m tbat hat ba'nf e-ýpEled a foretpl Grelt ImproyeBoSne im .tho 1a'bhipery of the s*ow 4it i iU i sws blto s M tsq t lo sIst»pose.ip» tae4i o oloion. . Aliwara on haEd, SBacon at lowest market prico. : j achinery of ever!y descriptiia 'Supplied or Repaired at the Shortest Notice. APUR3 rHRAPHAEL, ,g . I M ':r,. " 'A • 10 , A L, t" o n ann b of InD; SALTS -EFFECTMD EVERY A'iTRDA. AT 2 Ia I n OiURT H9U.SE. H 0OT'EL, .M AN EL!,i T '-,onald 1 Doad,, Eroprs6tor t'I uTrot inks h to m wfindfs for theiir: flirran pitronag n I . U f t to it.tith' high abuacat which thib old-io'shlioheid'aoif los ciorld . ? PawegnitE' per Comah, Boardtra, und Trnvollera, oill fiod every accomarnouatlonaW c a dirato -atte THE BEST OF LIQUORS, AND GOODzSTABLING.' iB ouoia OrwneC r.n w BonBEItT8o: Ai o'l 0 0 E S B to tsei aw ta>st they hva-ve S. , :. Pr.ice for csk Od y I .i "AI I ER -.i., .!. . ...... A -. - . - __ ,- t*. _ trf -' .. .' ' . , E ....
LAND COMMISSION AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 17 December 1869
LAND COMMISSION AT BENALLA. :A localLand Board; under the new regulations, wies held at the Dietriot Survey Office, Benalla, ,on Friday last, and was conctltuted as follows: -Mr Skone, ;Srveyor-General ; Ir Nixon, Dis -treot Surveyor Mlr-Wlls, Police Magistrate; i ifr Sh??ire, Pireide6AtoC De'all-a8hbe .eCounii; AIr Woods, Prelsdent of Oxley Shire Council, and Mr Kelly, a member of the Mining Board. -The various wppllr.ations were dealt with as follow' :- ' ' . a_ -PaPlsnoor GaTA.- . Richard Hughes; 20,s Th appllcation was objected to beieg reserved for watering purposes, and it. wasrecommendted to be temporarily re served for that purpose. ,Timothy,.Olell, ]3.4s 3r 20p,. Objected- to by lMary and William. O'Brien. 'The land had been" pegged off by Q'Beicr in February, when it was not open- for leasing, Mary O'Brlea bad fenced in and cultivated 20 acres. After apgood deal of angry disputation the Board recommended that 40 acres. be granted to Mrs O'Brien,oand the remainder to O',lea...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869
Upon the arrival of the coach from Kilamore oni Tuesday, it win found that an infant In its mother's armse had diod. through'the Intense heat, during the journey. There are.now over 200 Cninamen.employed ini harvesting, on' the. Goulburn,. o sothat the fatrmers are not altogether "depasden(aofhlon the harvestmeno,who are holding out for 1OJ a day., Recently t?la COutlms authorities at Welling ton,,wishing, to, destroy a cesk of oum which had been upwards of three years in bond nd abhan doned by. its owners, took.it outside Sidey and On.'sebond, and-instead of taking it down to the sea rnd there emnptying it, theiy knocked in t?e hea d and letit run down the street. A bystander, out of either joke or min?hief. plut'a match in the rum, and in a moment the whole street was in a blaze- After iconsiderable exertion- the ft mes were~extinguished without any'damage having been done. -A dastardly attempt wasvmade on Saturday evening .to set on fire the Port Phillip Club Hotel, %Melbourne.:i...
THE LATE SECRETARY OF THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. To the Editor of the Benalla Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869
THE LATE; SECRETARY ?O ?F `THE' : MECHANICS' INSTIrU, TE ý;r To the Editor of the Beniala"aEnsign,. •. Sir,-in your isane of the10th inst appears a piragraphl, part: of ,which :'Iquote t:-." Aoor mittee meeting of the Mleohanice' Institute was held on Friday evening, when Mr ough lanat tempted to.justify the action he had taken in corresponding .with proprietore of the Carron timber yards," Now,'Sir, I most emphatically deny having offered any explanation whatever, and challenge. your informant "(whoseo vracity is not' to be relied on) to adduce.proofs to the contrary. (At present I refrain from entering into details, until jhe oflicious personage alluded to denies the truth of what I have asserted. SI-am, Sir, Yours; L. B. COUGHLAN.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869
On Monday an enienosive tiusi fire raged for several hours in tho ranges'noir Talbot. '.A sudden 'death through' the extreme host becurred at Fitzroy on Monday.: 'Al~tit 6 o'clock in the, morningg Catherino Cather,' the infant daughter'of James Cthior?~ was taken with con vuletone. The ausal remedies were applied, but the chld died about 7 o'clock. An inquest was bheld by Dr Youl on Tuesday, whenrDt Whit cornbe, who had made a poelmortemn examination, stated that the causq of ueath was heat apoplexy, The jury returned a verdict acco:dingly. SHIRE OF BEINALLA. 0 NOTIOC is hereby given that in order to an. Stitle holders' of Puoleanes', Grocers', Wines; Beers, and Slaughtering Licenses to a renewal I of their licenses, the license fees must :bepaid' to ltho Treasurer of the Council of. tlieabove V Shire, at Bonalla, on or before Friday, tho 3lst a December ieet. l , F. M'DONNHLLT?.. ,":= C ouncil Cainmbers, Benalla, December 22; 1860.9: Now for yourc`Christmas 'Beef,; Mutton, Lamb, Ve...