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THE HAYFIELD REEFS. To the Editor of the Benalla Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

TII? HAYFIELD BEEFS: To the Editor of the Bcnallan Ensisn. Sir,-In.your iesue dated Decembler'the 17th there appears an article relating to the. Hayfield Reefs which. need? correction.' ByJthe article'i ( questionit appei?rs that JMeesrs Wulfing'and Co. erected a niew'crushing plant upon their-claims, and by. which they had their firsteruehing. This is not so' ' 7.:. . :With your permission I will take the'oppor tunity to state a few facts relating to the Hay field Reefs and that crushing plant. Hayfield is eituated about threeL miles' north. west of Mir Wilson's 'station-'near. Mertona ; Soveral years ago some shafts were i6shnk for: quartz reefs; but no, payabld' gold then being I found the shafts were abandoned. In 1867 the ground was'again taken up by some miners, when payable gold was .discovered 'on the Northern Reef, and that reef Worked under miners' rights;. subseqioently-by the influence of Hlr G. Pendle- t bury---Messrs Barnes 'and. Oblmbers,;'of Little I Colliriesatreet,...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOOL WASHING ON THE DEVIL'S AND BROKEN RIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

WOOL WASHING` ON THE DEVIL'S AND' - ' ".. BROKEN RIVERS. L t The growth of wool most suitable to. the re.o quirements of the: home markets, and the,best ai method of preparing It for the manufactured,are. th qu'etions which have long occupied the mind of th the colonial wool-grower, and much thought, wi labour, and capital have been expended in.the ti cndeovour to discover the roadiest, most effectual, ye and at the' same time' lest expensive mode of ar cleansing and preparing for the purposes of ma-, di uufucture, this one of our chieoft ples. Various sit contrivances-ol amore or less expensive nature- th have at various times been resorted to, and as a to conncquence, much exporience has been gained, m and vast improvements effected in the ".get up'" an of the colonial wools' There .is still, however,' much to be done, and until" the importance' of this ansject is acknowledged by sheep owners m more generliy thihd it is at present, and 'some: o thing of apractical nature emanates ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. BENALLA, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

B anLLAL; December 23. Phjir, per ton ; .0 0 0 to LE13 0 0 ti Wheat, per boshel 0 b 'n 0 0- 01 BraDi do 00 0 0 16B ' Onto ;90 0 0 0 .0"41 01,

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

VARLES BALDRIY, i "sf lf Id Flour io u rIs BI'IR : to o now'unoe that having completed several Great Improvements in th'e Maehbiery of the , pbove Mlisb'he.lsa how able to supply Flour that cannot bo surpassed in the colony. , . .. FoFR, BR. N..,,, POLLAlD, OAT,S CU-AFF rrz '-;,.j ,!~Bac :at lowest mark et price. 'r Joyery:4 dpscription Supplied or Repaired at the SLwrtest Notice. , : MAURiCE RAPHAEL, :,..ovegr ieme t and General 4Q uttiozeer, NSFELD AND. ALEXANDRA ~·:ilIIB 1 4I.. T". . ", T . IR ,: AENo`1thA Offical, Assignees of Melbourne and Beecbworth, and Curator of Intestate Estates. " ' s T-rATE Iloasi aND CATTLE YAnDs.B. SALES EFFECTED 'EVERY SATURDAY AT 2 p.m. CO;U;iRT.,:H OU: SE HOTEL,' MAN SFIE"LD' : Donald M'Donald, Proprietor, D ?SIRES. toRetuirn Thabkb . to his friends for their liberal patronage. io will continue to D' maint?in the NIigh chara'ctdr which this old-cetablished house has earned." . . . . Pasengeis perCdach, Boardirainnd Travellers, will find every accomm...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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MANSFIELD STOCK REPORT. December 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

r ANSFIELD STIOOKR REPORT. Decombar 17. ) r'- ? itr;D? furnishos a: with the following as the Luling prices:o Store bullocko £3 t o",£4 store cow., £2 t10 to £3; fit hullook £60 to £7 ; fat cows. £5 to £60; fat shoei, 5i.to i;i stire sheep (full mouthed), 2a 9d to 3s'3d .

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BENALLA STOCK REPORT. Fat Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

BEA LI& SrOa0 RtrPOR `. Ptt OCatle FPllnck, R £ n, 0 to £El' 0 0 Coows ' ... 6 0 -:0 7 0 0 Wathers .. °.r -K 6t 0 t0 0 S: t .-:. Store hea .. Waethersa oad I tooth a 0 0 0 0 ' t'0 Ewca, iteldsh; &4tootli h o 0 =0 "0 0 0 0 Hý.ggets . ,.. 0 0 0 3 6 :. .-.AlLnsorreLDo December 17. There is - chan?. to repot in thia market. Price aore eao.low: Flour per ton/ : Al..L£ Ot0 to. £13 J0, 0 Mhe~dt perriN >z r'~ 0 5 6 Oatsa do ' 0 6 0 0 10 ir en, do 0... tt. i 0 t 1 6 Pollard, do O 041 0 6 Baco,~ e.do. :0: 0 1:,0 1 0

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, December 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

MANSFIELD: SHIRE' COUNCIL.': 6 .. :Wedmeadny, Dcember 1SI. - . Present The! President. (in? theo chair),.. and Ora. Kitchen, Baldry, and Cotter. The' minutes of the pirevious "meting h:vining boo read and confirmed, coonsidertion was giveni to'theo From contractors, tendering" for the erection of two bridges on the Bennlianand one on the Jamlnieson-roads. The tendeos h?ving been examined and compared, Cr. Kitchen moved,nand Cr. Cotter econded, that the tender. of Mr. M'Cormack-beingthe lowest-bo ano. copted. Carried.- ,' From Mr., Steavonsoi, Roads' and Bridges Office, in reference to worksoon the Howqjuoaroad; No order.` From the Crown Law Office thanking the enoncil foa the use of the Shim iHall during the repairs to the Courthouse. . . From Mr. Nixon, District Surveyor, requesting the attendance of the ,President at the Local Land Board to be hold on the 23rd intt.. From Mr. Steavenson, Roadons-ald Bridges Offle?o in answer to. communiiation from'this Conncil as to the proper sai...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(Before Messrs Crockett and Kitchen.) Tuesday, December 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

Tuesday, December 21. t (Before Messrs Crocket aid Kitchen.) Henry Fibher, remanded from the previous day, was charged with. absconding from the service of R.-G. 0. Duff, and:ivas discharged •on promising to go back to his employment, 3 Mr Douffconsentiug to take:hlin back. " John Conway, for .being: drunk: and dis I orderly on the previous day, was fined is. The same man was -.also' harged with assaulting and resIstling tle police in the, ' execution of their duty and teartng constable's clothes. A" fne of 20s wasit:flioted and is costs, or in default 14 days' imprisonment. Moses Duross,, brought oup for nssanlting Robert Wulfing; was romanded until"the 23rd inst. Samuel James was broughtup onlirgeed with larceny, having:stolen a knife from Mr I. I. Kelson, of the Royal Hotel. S -H.?"Kelson, on being sworn, stated the prisoner 'ad boeen in his employ for two days. -Abodutrraix'eooke 'ago hidd' given him food and lodging, as the mian stated he was hard up; that on his leaving tho kn...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

The Appropriation Bill, authorising the grant of £44,869 for the service of 1868, and £2,426,194 2s 8d for the service of 1869, was submitted to the Assembly on Tuesday night, and read a first time. On the motion of Mr Cohen, the second reading was fixed for Wednesdayevening, and it was intimated that, in the event of the House assenting thereto, it would be committed pro forma but no effort is to be made to proceed further with it for a time. When the Chief Secretary moved the first reading, Mr M'Cullooh announced, with an authoritative air, that he would not oppose the proposition, but that he should resist any attempt to proceed with the bill in committee until the Local Government Bill, the Municipslitlca Bill, and 'the Land Bill had boon disposed of. A collision is therefore possblo. It l known that at a caucus held on 'uesday afternoon a proposition was submitted to table a direct vote of want ofcoonfidence against the Government; but owing to the indefatigable exertions of th...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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A QUERY. To the Editor of the Benalla Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

A QUERY. To tie Editor of the Benalla Ensign. Sir,-Oan you inform me, or procure the iniformation for me, how soOn after the 1st of January rents unler the 42 id clause must -be pa!id, and how long it time is allowed after the proper day of payment before the seleo tions will be forfeited for non-payment of rent. My reason for asking this, and it is a very -important one to selectors, in, that a biumber of us who selected land last year under the 42nd clause did not get our ap. plicatione finally decided upon till the end i,f January, and were called upon to pay our rent for 12 months-that is, for a month before we got the land. We were then re quired to pay it before the enul of February. Many of us small farmers are unable to get our grain off the ground, and fit for market before the end of January, and as it is upon this that we hIve to depend to pay our rents, .which wed., , in advance, the long,.r relirieve" we get, the more' convenient it will b'etb us. Surly those at least w...

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, December 20. (Before Mr. H.H. Kitchen.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

Monday, Docomber 20. (Before Mr H.I-H. Kitchen.) John Cushin, charged with being drunk and disorderly on the '18tli instant, was dis missed. Quinton 'Wilson, charged' with =saime offence on the same.day, was fined 5Gs. 'Thonms Wright, b'rought up and.charged with disorderly'conduct.. onthe .provious d&y, was discharged, this-being his first offence.- : Police v.' William Neilson, was charged with vagrancy---Having been committed for drunkenness three times within 12 months, prisoner was fined 22, or 14 days' imprison. ment. .Patrick GOlynn and Thomas Duvis were charged ' with being drunk and ?disorderly on the previous day, and were both dismissed, this being their first offence. ' Thomas' M'Kay was fined '10s,or in do.e fault 24 hours' imprisonment, for being drunk iand disorderly on the previous day. (Before Messrs Kitchen and Smith.) John lbl'Gregor vas bIrought up chariged with absconding fron the hired service of -.T. HI. Scott. . T. .H. Scott, sivwori, stated he 'lihd....

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ARRIVAL OF THE NOVEMBER MAILS FROM EUROPE. ADELAIDE, 20th December. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

ARRIVAL o0 T' E E "' T. NOVEMBER MAILS S IFRlOM EUROPE d (BY ELECTRI, TELEGRAP i.) - - ADEAIDei , 20th Decenmber.= The braicli mail steamer Alexanidra ar- a rived off `Glaiieig at two'p.m; to-day,-bring- I ing'the English mails to the 8th November, per R.M.S.S. Geelong: f S . - LONDON 5th November. Diseounitj3 per cent. QOonsole, 903 to 93k; for account, 98t 931. The Australian September mails vidlfsar- a seilles were delivered in London' on the 1st u November. The mails vid Southampton have not yet arrived. .. . 'I e Queeh returned from Balmnral-yes. terday, and will open in person the new Blackfriars Bridge and Holborn viaduct to. I morrow. The Prince of Wales is now on a visit to 1 Scarborough. The Earl of Derby died on 23rd.October, and was buried privately at the new church at Knowsley on the 20th October. Mr Layard, Secretary -to the Board of Works, hos been appointed Ambassador to Mad'id. He will be succeeded :by Mr Ayrton, who, is also succeeded by iMr Stansfeld. The agitati...

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 POLICE COURT. Friday, December 17. (Before Messrs Heath and Perry.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

SBErALLA POLICE COURT. Friday, December 17. (Before Messrs Heath and Perry.) John Silk was charged with being drunk and disorderly, on the previous day, and was dismissed, on promising to leave the town. Frederick Johnstone was charged with leaving his wife and child without adequate means of support at Broken Creek. The warrant was issued on the 25th unit, and pri soner was arrested in Melbourne. Mary Johnstone, sworn, said-I am wife;, of prisoner. Was married on 7th December, 1808, and lived at Broken Creek. Had one child born. Before the child was born, be said he had not enough money to pay for a doctor ornurse, and did not provide anything., He went away three weeks last Tuesday, and witnesa lived with hermother. Had not made, or offered to make, any provision since. Prisoner did not say he was going away. He has a farm of over 100 acres, with 18,or 17 acres of wheat and oats, on the Broke Creek. There was some stock, but did no know what had become of it. There we over 100 acr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

•;: " IMPOUNDINGS. .; ' ': 1B i llWORTII--Impounded from E?dorado - Common " ,? Btrown mafio,draiught, JD over- near shoulder, o over '1 off-sloiu'dor. ad"ri' alight stnr ; G, llorsefoal, unbranded, prog~ey :of the ';bore To be sold oon 10th.January.o1 : ::1 ; BENALLA--Impouddeldial Bdi.ala: .. i, Strawberry steer., GNn.nar.rump and shoulder To be soldoanlth3Junuary. : t BENALLA--Impomrded ad neualla : lBasymane, near fo-e.;fetlock-enlargel, E near oecek. ?' over :\Y'l neasr sholder J 1ay cob horsel,`star,foie feottocksihite, WI near shoulder 1B over - over O off shoulder . ., TdI he sold oni. l hi JanIary. ' OVMA?N'S FOREST?-Tmpoundoel i?l eech-' " w?orth Shiro'Poiu?nd, tih December' JB y hoore, whitoe pots.on.,luack, S over n, over L nenr shoulde, S 'no itr thigh, like W off ihoulder `Blackmare, star, P - over JI near. shoulder, P3M off shouler -. To be sold on 5th -Jnnary. O1 IA f'tS O CST-Impaun edlat beech wo',.rthShri o iloud; 10th December: . . lasekmaire I6lozo, near hind fe...

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THE BLANKET FLAT MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

'THE IBLANKE'T FLAT lUIDItlRi . TI?hinqgesit oil the body of ThomasB'aliey, atahhtd o -death on!Wedneiday,~i,.ht at Blanket Fiat, coded onFrlday evenin n a verdic of wrilf?l murder agtinti the wife, Elihubeth Blalkey. 'he.,unhalipy woman endeavoured to persunde hbe police that the fatal wound was inflioted by deceased on himseolf during a ecuffle with her, but the evidenceo negatived -this-testtnony. The knife, Fuch as lifthclihrs uee,(inu't, have been driven home with fearful-force, for the blade, after penetrating two thioktshirts, actunlly pased through the brear' bone itro the'heart. Tb surginaltestlmony,was tothbeeffect that docoised ouldhave had libarely time to utter enexzeian lion before life:was etinct. ,Tho corpee lyinr stretched .before'the fireplacof the klitchenwith _a gaping linocsio'id' thehbrcii t twto tocaes"vide. fri'cmwhich thliehlod had jpoure l andesataitrated the clothing and"the'flonrb.,; rseented a- ghastly" spectacle.' Tle manawhols-e- d, and the woman vrho'...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

1lELBOUtRNE PRODUCE MARKET. , M: M'iow and Another- report, for the week S ending 15th Deaemher, 1869:- The market foir b eadtulf' hnssuffered.n slight :. deolhie since our lint report.t: At aHotion to-day : the highest bid for an oxellent brand of Adelaide - `;floor being only £ll.. 5, but sub eqaolntly the Sparcel was placedl privately it'.£t I 10. In feed!ng grains there ?s isleo'a slight, ddcline . from alost week' rate. Disposed of some 3,0:0 btishele New Z aland o'tts, at puioes r4aging froim 3s 7j I ro 3s 9d, delivery to he taken from ship's eide. At saRme- time sold 500 bags ma'zo ' at 3s 7d to 3s 7j i1 - Bin and pollard are also slightly easier, ls 31 for the former, and .1 3.1 .to is 6d, according to qualily. for the latter. In 'dairy, produce ' we note a good demand for hest parcels of oheese and butter, at a reduotion Son Intol ruling rates.; We hppend details, Flour, per ton: . ;' 11 10 0 to S12 `0 0 Maize, perbushel 0... 0_ 3 7 0 3 7+ Wheat,? do - .. 0 5 :7 0 0 0 al.'a...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

1AGRIOULTURE, &o. :(FRoM?'" Tls Eoonor?sT."). IL the' breadattffs'market there is reporteda a slight improvement.: Flour was being disposed of at thi beginning of the week' at .11, but yesterda?s a'es were effected Uip oi £11 '10 and £12 In( ?wheat, scarcely any buslness has been done, buyers evidently wa;iting further reliable rotturns if this season's yield. Horse foed is pretty firm-at last week's quotations,' say 3s 8d to 3s lOd for both oats and maizo. - Thi, is a good time to choosesa'mples.of gratn for send purposes, and those who' prefer selecting thleir seed in the, field in preference to the bhe bhnive but :ittle time' to los. o ,Many a good farmer invariably adheres t tthe form or plan, and contends that it is invariably the safest and most certi nsystem "to adopt:. ;A very interest ing paper Ideiaing on this s?hject 'was read' at a late meeting of the' British Association It is frot thlie 'pen'of an old .South Australian ries dent, Mr Ialaltt, who was devoted ove...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

DEATH. CHIVERS.-On the 21st inst., at Savernake Farm,   Tatong, after a long and painful illness, borne with Christian resignation and patience, Mr   William Chivers, of Monkton, Wiltshire, England, aged 59.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Saturday, December 11. (Before Mr. A. Smith.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Saturday, December 11. (Before Mr A. Smith.) Cahn and Loebel v. T. Neil-23 10s 2d, for goods sald and delivered. Summons not served. Robert Wulfing v. Moses Duross-Unlaw fullyassaulting complainant by striking him on the face. There.was no appearance of defendaint, and a warmant was :ordered to issue. •Player and Kitchen v. William Goulding -Goode sold and:delivered to the omount of £16 15s 3d. Postponed until the following Thursday, at noon;. . (BeforeoMcessra Smith and Kitchen.);.' Elizabth Houliglhan proceeded against Sylvester'Kent edy to slow:causao why an order:of this :Cohrt for.thef;ui? of' ?i had not been obeyed. No appearance of either 'party:" Samuel Jeffreys v. Sarah Fairhead-As Ssault by striking on the head with a poker. No appearance. "Willianim Green was complained against by the policefor making use of obsoone, abusive, . and inesulting, lauguogol in ai p?blio place to very insilting longua"e frequently, and ?d?s mulcted inithe sum of £5, or ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign And Farmer's And Squatter's Journal, The
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The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, DEC. 24, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 24 December 1869

-'_ ..' .:Publlshed 1PaeL1y. ...ENALLA, PRIDAY, DEO. 24, 1869. To-morrow being Christmas Day, this office will be closed. A" . magisterial inquiry was held at the. Courthouse, Benalla, yesterday, before Mr. Perry, on the body of a splitter named John Parker, who was found dead in the Warren. .bay o.rasges,. 18 miles from Beonalla, on Tues Sday last. It appeared from the evidence that Sdeceased had been an habitual drunkard, and went with them to split shingles in the ranges on the 16th inst. Before arriving at their hut in the ranges his companions had to place him on horsoback, and he was too ill to do any work. He lay in the hut till the 20th, when lie began to wander in his mind, and grew rapidly worse on the next day, when John Lawlor, one of his mates, went to procure help for the purpose of taking him to Boenalla. lie was away about five hours, and on returning with assistance found him dlead. They had to" carry the body five or six miles and then brought it to ]Benalla in a c...

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