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MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
MANSFIEL :'' Fatnot ru "INxDEInDETs." Tho ,orops ,throughout Mansfield shire are nearly alLcut. The wheat crop .is especially, good both: s regards quality and quantity. Oats aroemuch' more plentiful than was ex pected.? It is` at present almost impossible and would be highly injudicioius to hazard an' ii opinion Has to the probable prices in the grain b market. 'Buyers apparently have not made up3tiletir iminds,. and sellers are extremely cautious. A few Ilots of now hay, prime quality;` have changed':hands at £4 per ton. The potato crop exhibits every indication of a plentiful yield. The fruity crops, which in some quarters of the shire'is rather backward, would have proved exceptionally abundant had it not been for the withering influence of the late hot winds. • The farmers are all most anxious to get their grain threshed and are on the look out for machines to do their work. We have only-been apprised of the arrival of two as yet in'tho district. The half-yearly election of off...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
. NEW; ZIEALANI)Dj Theo follioiw telgramos woro published in the Otago'Dail'T Ti ses ane6 . Ne i na', Jaury 6e. Intelligence'just received from Taupo statesn that To Kooti. with 300 followersi wasat Tamas. renui on thox20,h Decainembr Oh" Kemp and 'Popia lendn'ecing, he dretreated, tboRongorora, where he says he will make astand sgninistthem. 'Te Waru, tho.Uriworalchlief, hs left Te Kooti, and is' desirous 'of stirrndering, but is afraid to do'.so. Coloneal M'Doineoll has' sent'him ~\vordt Baying, " Como in, and your lifoe ill he spired. .. Floods haveoprevonteod luoloubl M'Donnell ant Kemp from advaneingoi .; . 0. ,' ,'NAecreaT J'af?iry't10. Intelli-ence was received at Auckiand ' wcele ago. to the effect tht'i:thb King ,party were re peitid 't have o'nt'for To Kooti,;promining to protect hlii'.: This repljrt'isl ow contraiicted by ii lettir sibseq'iioitly receivedl by 'opsi frosimthe Kit'ig, appoving of the expedition against` To? Kdoti. Nevertheless unsinsln.aso ?w foar some tino...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
TO CORRESrONDENTS. . A' ; -omini aat intenied for in"ertion must ba forwarded to (his, ojic by. iednesday mornign, or? ;fter1ion at Lhe latest. r , Pro-xzcta Longweood.Notwithstndiuhg the boautiful lines you havee peicil, eulogioid g the youog lady who has the ihonour to be yoir. sweetheart, _and who: on Christmds Day &lt; polished off. the rum o. neat,!' we must decline to insert them until you send :our real name. As "a friend of the Press" you 'ought tqlhrove kdoivn this: iovrridble
BENALLA STOCK REPORT. Fat Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
IIENA .LA STOCK RAiPORi uo ;Fat Cattle. .. -Bulloctad .. biod10eOM Cowe .. .8 P 0 7 0 Q. t &t? o aShee c o * Mn?7.srjCrp, Jnuary 14 There is no chsnge to repo?t in this int ket. Prices are as follow:- Flour, per ton ...£0, 0 0 to X13. 0 0 Fotatoeas, ;do ... . 6 0 0" 08 0 Wheat, per busl?hi ...0 6 0 0 05 Oats, do ~ o 6 0 Bnran,, do . . 0 0" : 0 I: 6 Pollard;,_ .o !,:_. 0d.o 0 ..., . 0__.L
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 15. (Before Mr Sharp.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
I',;°," ''B& LLA 'POLIOEl COURT. s.ý 1 r;, v? i Saturday, JJanuary 15. ;'= ; ,, Kitchenv-. Ellis.-Thisewa .aniaction to recover ':£10' for ;rwork and' labour? dioi?. Plaintiff aid' coniplatinnt both coiiso~nting it was tried before the one .magistrate." onben "-M?r 'Powfor"compiin.anf ?,wih on? b'eing swoird atatedl tha't in M aroli lastr ho"e waa engaged-by Elhi7 to graib tirees"atl s d per tree ud, after; ho litd grubbed 48h trees Ellie,findiag' he~was working,:too fast, eon gagedlhim' at .t per. week.li He rmomainod 12t weeks under this arringement, and h?'d received on account in -ash .anil gotid '£8 There was a balance due to him of- £10 ) 'Deferidait ?reass exinined 'plaintiff, lut did not shlak his evidtice:; '' ' Defenridanti swor, a ldmitted the grabbing Sco'tact i~tl2s :? per tree,? but denied the ngreemtnit £1 p er week,and seorre the rrangitment vwao thlat complainant, was to get the tthen current wages, whlahi?-were frormils12toils per. week. .He ivas willing t ...
MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Saturday, January 8. (Before Messrs. Smith and Kitchen.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
i-fANSFIELD POLIOE COUIRT. Sateurda?b, Janiary s8· (Before Messrs. Smith and Kitchen.) Sargood and'Co. v. W. Carey.-Illegal detention of a horse. Mr. Thompson,' a traveller in the employment of the plaintiffs, showed a receipt for the horse, which together with an nmfidavit declaring the. horse : to have been in their possessioi previous to. the time When do fondant stated he lost the animal, proved the defendant to bo mistaken as to'the identity of the home. Horse ordered to be restored. Police v. Goulding.-To shllow cause why a quantity of liquor found in his possession should not be forfeited, he having no license to sell the same. Postponed till the 15th instant. Police v. D. teardon.-Breach of the. pence on the :I 3rd instant. Constable James and two of Mr: Kelson's employvs swore that defesdant was noisy and fighting . at thelRoyal Iiotel. The defendant, instead of endea vouring to disprove this evidence, attempted to fix a eharge of nsoaulet on the police, lie was severely cu...
ARRIVAL OF THE DECEMBER MAILS FROM EUROPE. LONDON, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
Oir Talr, DECEMBIE a'MAILS z ' 1? FlOM EUROPE, ,-",(BY ErECTRIO TELEGRAPH.) .c F =tLornoir; December3: 8. J, The,,latest'inteligene from Paris 'states 1 thra't:1561`aiiie~rs "of tiWe ftOhamber.of Depu. ties had given in their adhosion to.the qpro.) gramme promulgated by M. Olivieri' Thls' insists on an amelioration ofithe lawirolative _to the public safety ;,tho' revision;of the aloe tors iTi a'aitd sho-atiolitionli of?th ea ordit nances which indemnify Government officeors agiifst. prosacutioun.r Itrisunder.tood .that, the Constitutional ppary willhave',a, working majority in the Chamber. ,;. " President Grant;had,delivered the custoe mary message to Congress. The message recl,mmonds.the gradual.return to specie pay. ments;` the reduction of the taxation.. The President also states his approval of the finan cial policy being'pursued by the Secretary to the Treasury, and gives it as his' opinion that the bonds. not falliingdue will be re placed by bonds bearing interest at the rate ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
S MPOUNDINGS. S LE XANDRA--iuhl potdgI at Alexandra :rIti6otfe oreyi ,hor.e,- c'Ilor maeked, like JKi *-'oltobe?d-off`slids-ulddi - - '- lit coheanut .prseo, Ai (F aeho ller, whi; on, In be Bold onJth Februlry. j EEiEo H1ORTIi InipouindeI hbt Boectirortla S Borough Pound, 31st Deaumber •-S t.mare, -W-P near shoul ....de .. To be sold on2 Su 'iebroaiqy ENA4iL'A7= tiodn -at 'nalla, " . . -I ".nd... ite.. j. ear marked, Rit oil shoulder, -.-"o aleiold.die bthJiauuarv' ;,. 1 INALLA--Impounded at Benall.l I ,rov"r mre, smll s.tar,- DS over DS neai adiouldegr . .. -' Psy mare, tar, collar marked ;iR near shoulder th snul more, shtr?awhitoepoti behind the ears, "JT conjoined 611 shoulder,; I ay mare', tar, .oaver : offshlouller, J off cheek IhoResqt'mre, eaddle'iarke.l, If over It i ar I sy filly star, black points, no visible broind i '- lo'bo sold o?n "9ti Febru - 3qW.11IAN'S FORP0 ST IImpouii'dod at Bacct worth Shire Pound, 27th December Cesnut horse, blasz, wart` under .eff eye, RMhi z...
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
=; ,-.h;'itaoonscl vFut BEo'eooeTr. 'I ..: ";There is but little animationd in th l.biadeluffs market. Flour is firm, bet only trade transoe tions have beeoon repo od,wi; eit ?p fewexc tio e Castloriline florir !iasboildoin? Wednsda?y,. at auetion,at £12,Ibut £12 -l10s s quoted as the price to the'trade. Wheat in still under inquiry; buet veryllittle coming forward ; is-3d has boeren obtained tide? ?week fora -osall par~cl Horse feed conlinie?n firm; asrid' ot i a ro rather scares some .of the now rcroplhs' bicen sold at 3ui10d, ind, we uniertaernd, roma prim' Noew Zesaltol reallised 4 1.4 1 ;Maizs is readily bought at 39 iel lu trade pareols., Hope are very firmei tt 2.s, aci boldri'a.re iont :nixious to nee0tiato iat th$a t figure. :Cor: sacks, as ueual llatthis soeon,; are inquired for,'and- readily comman d full rates, say 12i 6ld per dozen.;?= - :. , from most of the early idsl.ricli we` have re ciac ,d ondeuregliog 'acouiitse of horvelt ng operations. Theo weathler hasbeen on ...
MR. GIADSTONE AT THE LORD MAYOR'S BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
MR. GI ADS'rCO E'E AT' TuI.i LORI MAYOR'S IANQUET. The inno;nr-al" inoqut oof tho Tnr1i Ma'tyr o'. London took place on the evening:of the 10Ot. November, at Guildhall. .Momhoers of the Ministry, foreign ambuassdors, and a largro iiandI distinguished companty wore present. , Mr Gl-d stone responded to thoe toa.t or'" `lii M?jaity's 'M?nisters"in a long speech. Hlo returned lthanks for the honour, and sdl' the good feoling of c'tizens towards the' Govornment was owing to the indications of the common sentiment porwvd ing the land. Relerring to Inelan1, ho arlid it was melancholy, to" be compelled to confess than' au. island that iwe had govothned 700 years hadl not fu:filled the conrditions of a civilised ceo-l munity-not yet 'been brounlit' into" harmony. with our laws' and institutions. Society here is politiclly discasole. We'o eo8' peopleo of noble capacity and quick suotseltihilltioe, whoso hearts inr many cases 'do not' beat with a warmnatinch mulet to sister countries; and who...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. DENALLA, FRIDAY, JAN. 21, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
TIuiuahed Wiaekiy BENALLA, RFRID,.Y, JA?N. 21, 1870. TE ,Qovernmoent 'of' this vYigorous offshoot from the parent stom have done, and are still doing, so much for the benefit of th people byextonding the blessings of heap and, rapid. postal-aid' t?lographio communication,.; that wyo feel almost to blush at having'occaaton'to say a word against them on thisa -ecoie. Yet we are boand to do so, and to tax tho",heat of the, 'Postal: departmient with hirving dooe a veo foolish thing, "altlioug oen a not very large scale. Still, it is' large to 'us as a die. trict, aa4 in that light only can we regard it, We?: uide .to tte latest alterations that have bee! effected in despatching the Cobram mails. We say "'latest," bicaise it has bee the fashion;.for the ilast eight or ten years, to shift" the times of departure and arrival 'of this; mail eo fequently that people now need to ask' every, time they go to the Post-office to trsmit letters or papers when the mail is dscotched in that directio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
:6A&lt; ; GeierFl Storekeeper, . , I IGH .S,'T.REET,. MANBSFIELD .. ,. II i ?;rturblo thinke fo' 'h6 o "liberal' patronage ilraidy' boetoivsd' upn them," :lib " tof ia -the '.. l-atentoionltfh'»eir. O toar ' in thd'.efidgenti. nf -thi-Di.tlrct.' ' thelrwo Ut f GR-D- .coi:i ring! ri i t ,;.;l;. Groceries;' lDritpery, ronmongery, Boots, Crockery, Stationery;,. ' Te . ':. Fanlcy Goods,, Garden' Seeds, &b;'.&c.; ,c& .-i:m ;;l:;,l 'I : " '.qTheir.eoharies ?il be found moat moderate, being but a slight advance on' Molbourne icod r' aid carriage fT' heavy goode, while for DRAPERY, &c., a' fvourable comparison can:be made with -'th' MelbDi rne-retail ric d." ' I . . . 0 i o i -, '-r stoibider will find thae strctest'ttentlori paid toh businesei and all orders, however .:mall,,j o t ' i' i-il nil I . * ' carefully attended to. ;.:€ , '! 1 .i ' .:;, ; ,, Ploughs, Horrows, :Btir, Iron,, and Timber 'in Stock,; ;i ;i -.+ 0p ,L,. '.1si!0 I 01 ' I tr0' "r'0'...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
' Tuesday ;January4l8.' .. (Before Mr. Sharpe.) Margaret Mlloney" v. W.: Maainness-Mr Pow for complainant; Mr M'Dondell for defeiddnt. This w:as?, acharge against defendant for' refusing to .upport. his illogitimateo, child, nod, requiling two, magistrates, was' ad journod-to Saturday next. J. Casey, a fisherman, applied for -relieF from the poor box;. Sergeant Whelan sup ported. ,hli..: application, onn :ihis. -Worship ordered the sum of 10s to be given him.
LATEST NEWS. (PER GREVILLE TELEGRAM COMPANY.) VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
LATEST NIE WS (BYYELEOTRIO TELEGRAPH.) E (Pea GREvxEnas TELxEoAC COMPwr.) MEfLiOuRE, Jan. 20. A. goodly anus bir of iMinisters and thoir supportore havo gone Yto andhuret, to attotnd the banquet to be given this evening in their honour at Eaglelhawk;, I i? eoxpooted to be a groat ucceas ;re .= ý ieif ' ' i Thero is nothing further political. Delouetol, a Fre nohmarrwiod brought uip to-day for: assaultieng a young girl, but was discharged, the giras statement being totally unreliable. Tho:e mail detamncd:wivseisignalled off the Otway at '2 p.m., and will reoach the Bay Arrived: -Xirk1aan oiem Londona - ; ' WAR, · .. ,'. n J uxmoorn, ?an. 20. A blaokfelloe wie throwniwhlilo breaking in a horsoe to-day,:i and died ,within half-an hour of the oceurrence. Eanwoirri6uxooo Jran 20. Last ovoning,, a young rvoman was taken with a sovero fit of coughing in the street, and was conveoyed to the first house wheore she died ten minutes afterwards of asphyxian;
MELBOURNE. January 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 21 January 1870
MELtOUlIN G., (0no0 OUR OwN -- oREcrONeDENiT.) The w,,ther'hoss boen extremely hit and sultry during the!last 'few- day' 'he' hot winds blowinig i?ilt great fierceness and dust bei ii dnecid dly in the ascLn lnt. Mintters politicil ire vcry qui t ;'nothinr has yet .transpiraJ as to who will fill the vacancies in the Cabinetr. It wns.rumoured last night thitt Mr. Aspinidl rwould retire fuint the represiontationr of St. Kildi, aid thus malko r.iim for so e, of tho boldest of the sup porter s-of tlhe Ministry, but this is most likely lonily one of the usual canards so fro. quently indulged in. If something definite be not done biefore the House smeets,ý,the Ministry will present a very aorry appear ance eso far asiheTreasury beaches are con cerned. Some excitement is beginning to astowitself among oontractorse about the works for the Nirtb.-Eastern Rallway, and we may expect to have a good loany tenderers,for the vari ous-; contrasot. Ibhe :bridges at Seymour, Benalla,'and ? VaSignratt...