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Tuesday, May 10. (Before Messrs Sharpe and Heath.) [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 13 May 1870
Tuesday, May 10. (Before Mlessrs Sharpo and Heath.) Catherino Fraser was charged with beingdrunk, and the Bench strongly eharacterised Thor con. duct as most disgraceful, the 'constableo stating that he had picked her up out of the gutter, and that her child might have been killed:had it not been taken from her. Fined Bs, or 24 hours' im. prisonment. The Obhairman instructed the ser geant, if he fduld her drunk again, to bring her up as an habitual drunkard, and she should have 12 months' In gaol. -Bulgbirdv 'Farrell-This case was wrongly called, which led to a good deal of confusion. Just as it was about to be dismissed, the mistake was discovered, and plaintiff wont into the wit ness box. Mr Pow appeared for defendant. George Bugbird, sworn; said defendant was in his licensed house on the Tuesdny or Wednesday previous; l'e (plaintifl) had a drink with another man, and a"shako," when defendant made some remark about fighting. He was passing in and out of the room where defendant,wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 13 May 1870
B OGER AND ,WATTS, ^,1 .Valuators;, Commission' Ageits; q enc.i : i: 1 E NALL 21. . t:w '/ " a " ....1 ( , ...Z. "; 4 'a , i. 'B' i 's le; of" Stookn Produdo, ?,n hold l it 'the Roysl'??tGlop thor S aurday in orery i il Pi nw rimlrrr: +- J t+ý T:.',l-r c ' ; f nI, ' , d'' rir ., ?r?r':N ,L .a tI o0 bh.) c[ Ihfj~i da"l IaF~-ra I~bC'r i I .,a 'V - " .1IIDp4; 8 Y ?E . ,I, B,,. N,- , L L?,, of ti, , ,mu lban hl qA . ~-rib .il , :-1 .' .id. Ird ,Iu BAdnINERY of'nll kindeselidiently ibp'a.iad: . .tFirst.blke:Shooinig:at th' followingu i'e duced rateg .s. fe ,lod"4 ) addlFHorsel rvj,, - "" "" .s, ( ledtr 'lratight' Volsci ... .. .. .. 8sý tltlii.'r r-", 't;?|?! 'r] o i aii" ?at ji-oportion nto rates , qg e . ^ , A. r .t ,n-mr T L ,?i'1.v,, a ,.ete, a"y: , eon, .. . ir IL a,'B 3. .. al(::i ;ei :!;STREETSI;bBENALL . ' i L, gs to acquaint the inbabitta of le. "?tall o and surrountdl isng ts i ic th et lins, conm'inocd h prachdkaOf his pr?fession at the. ' i:o?C 'h ddres,'ald triists by'trict ...
ARRIVAL OF THE APRIL MAILS GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, 25th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 13 May 1870
ABRIVAL 10 OF TNTl 10 AAPRIL M AIL S 1' FROM EUROPE. d. I (BY ELECTRIO TELEGRAPH.) id - n- , o GENERAL. SUMMARY. ', LONDON, 25th March. no Discount, 8Sper cent. Conaoli for money, is9 03 to 803:; for account, 981 to j. The firat series of, wool sales closed with the marn Sket quiet. Prices are unaltered.' The trade. ill are looking forward to the next more. im. ill portant ,series, commencing -'Ith A'pril for CO which the followinglq?tiitttlies.have. arrived i to' doite:--Port'"Phillip;.i05869;; Sydney, 14,809'; South: Australia,'. 28,244; New n Zelanhd, 1,0051; Swan River, 1,148:'Cape, 10,872 ; . total,. '116,644,;; 'rpbarbla: trtall oar 170,000. sit 'The Queen held, a levw at. Buokingham. to. Palace on the l?th March, and, left-the next on ;day. for Windes r. The Queen. also; held.a. drawingrooln 'n the ..Qnd,inst. S The Prineo and,Princess. of Wales visiteds dd the Duke olfManchester, at Kimbolton Castle 0l5 on the 1-th. Marolh;, where great festivities no took place.. They, left...
The Benalla Ensign. Published Weekly. BENALLA, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1870. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 13 May 1870
The Benalla Ensign. &nbsp; Published Weekly, BENALLA, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1870. IT has been our painful duty to record the occurrence of several incendiary fires this season, by which means their ruffianly perpe- trators hoped to effect the ruin of those farmers and settlers who happened to have fallen under their displeasure. It does not often occur that these wretches are discovered, but now and then one is brought to justice, and NIHEY is at this moment suffering five &nbsp; years on the roads for his dastardly crime in &nbsp; setting fire to Mr. TAYLOR'S stacks on the &nbsp; Broken Creek, near Benalla. Nearer home &nbsp; similar cases have occurred, and the necessity for adopting some measure of precaution is now very generally admitted. What is the &nbsp; use of squatters fencing in their land and &nbsp; erecting woolsheds, &c., or of farmers cul- tivating the soil, if their improvements and &nbsp; produce are ...
WRECK OF THE WALTER HOOD. FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 13 May 1870
WRECK OF THE WALTER HOOD. FURTHER PARTICULARS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The following is the account given by Mr. Tickler, the third officer, of the dreadful &nbsp; sufferings endured by the crew and pas- sengers:- The Walter Hood, Captain Latto, &nbsp; &nbsp; passed through the Downs on the 22nd. January, and had a moderately favourable passage to Cape Otway, which was passed on the 23rd ult, 90 days out: she had a good run through the Straits and sighted Gabo Island light at 1 am on Monday, 25th ult; it was then blowing strong from S.E., the ship carrying top gallant sails. At 8 a.m. on Monday a heavy squall struck the vessel, the topsails were blown from the bolt ropes, &nbsp; and a seaman named Wilkie was washed over- board. The ship being well clear of Cape &nbsp; &nbsp; Howe, was kept away and fresh sails bent; but the breeeze hardened to a violent gale, and the fore and main topsails again were lost. A main t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
SHIRE OF BENALLA.- i; Tenders for Maintenance. TENDERS will be receivcd up to Two o'clock on Wednesday, the Ist June, at the Council Offices, Bridge-street, Benalla,.for contractstNoS.: o and 10, ftr maintenance of main Sydney-road, lot to Owen Jones, but disallowed by thoe Coun. cil : No 9-1 mile 30 chains-Commencing northr of Olenrowon Bridgo, thence south to end of new road. No 10-2 miles 15 chains-Commencing centre of Three-mile Creek Bridge, thence south to end of the same piece of road, Plans and.specifications can be seen on appli. cation at the Council Chambers, Bridge-street Benatla . IBy otder; F. MI'DONNELL, Secretary. Dated'this 19th day of TMay, 1870. TEA & PUBLIC I EETING' IN connexion with' thio Anniversary of the Pri. mitive Methodist Church, loualla, will ie' iheld' in the 1 B EC B A NI CS' I N. T I T. UTE On Monday, June 6th, Tea at FIVE o'clock p.m. The Public Meeting will commence at Seven o'clock p.m., and will be addressed by the ItRos. A. Mlurdoch, F. ...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
MiELOl3tjfNE PRODUE MTARKET. 1T. MeCaw and AInnther report, for 'the n6ok -eanding 11th May, 1870: A dull iarkot fo fofaro and dairy prodtce, prices withbout any altera'ion of moment. Wannrirttta flour. yealised, by publicsalo to day, £11 6s; and Khitetnn, 11. . ' olad not ony fine sooimpls ' milllaing Iheat to offer; rates for such nabout osme as last reported. Were offered 4s4,l, foi New Z .aland have placed privately during-the poat week a considerable :quantlty, at4s 4o Ed Oqls ruled steady at lost cfeok's prices, quility considered. ola;z renllPed: hilhhr totes than was antici 'pated, hbine iLhibn Id of last week's figures: Cheese of opbd qiuality finds ready sale at prices "varying from 8d to Od, vwhile a few prime lots "haive been dirposed of up to 10d. Potted butter has somewhat declined sine. our lest, and we cannot quote over ls for the best .quality. while inferior is almast uiis:leable. Below ie give detiles. 'Flour, per tnn ... £10 17" to ll- 0 'Monie, perhtshel ... 0 0...
O'DONOVAN ROSSA. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
O'DONOVAN ROSSA. La Marseillaise of 8th March was published as a special number exclusively devoted to contribu tions from political prisoners. Among them was one from O'Donovan Rossa, which it was stated had been with difficulty convoyed to his friends. The following is a translation of the letter, which is signed O'Donovan Rossa, Political Convict:- "I have told you of the hypocrisy of these Engli.h masters, who, after having placed me in a position that compelled me to rest upon my knees and elbows in order to take my food, half starve me,. deprive me of light, and give me chains and a Bible. I make no complaint of the ponaltiea which my masters require me to endure-my fsato is to suffer; but I maintain that I have thel' right to acquaint the world with the treatment to which I am sut?ctedt and that it is illegal to suppress my letters which speak of that treat ment, The minute precautions taken by the prison authorities to prevent me from writing letters, are as ridiculous as th...
SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
SITTINGS OF COURTS. ....... IROUIT -COURT. Jueochwort . .. TJhursdOay, Oct.13. GENERAL SESBIONS. IBeeehworth . .. .;:. Tuesday. Aug. 2. -Jamieson.. ... .. Wednesday, Aug. 11, COUNTY COUnts.. - Jletiall ... .... Saturday, Aul. 13. .4amieson... ... Thursday, Aug. 18. M?ansfield ... . Monday, Aug. 15. Wangaratta ... .. Wednesday, July 17. IKilmore ... . , ... Tuesday, June 21. Wood's Poiht . . '' Tuesday, Aug. 23.
THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
THE ENGLISH M&IL. The next 1Ma?i for. England, the Continent of 'Europe,; India; China,'&.c; will close at Benalla ae follows: For registered' lettrs and IFriday, .20th May money ordears at 11 n.m. for newspapers. vlh South- 'Friday, 20th May ampton - at 11 a.m. For ordinary. letters: vit Friday. 20th May Routhamliton anod Marseilles . at 11.20 a.m, . For newspapers, vi&. Alar- Friday, 20th May . seilles ) : at 11.20 a.m. Benalla, May 12, 1?10. .
AGRICULTURE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
AGRIOULTURE, &:a.:"; (FRoit "Trn :Eaoi?narsT")' All. classes of culturists are now busily oc cupied' sowing those lands at all in a preparedl state for seeds, either wheat or grasses ; but in I such 'a, growing autumn 'patience, will prove profitable. There will be little danger in sowing or drilling wheat upon rather a moist scod bed, but that is the only cereal which wiltehubmit to it. 'Oats a'soa are not so very particular, but barley and grasses need the land to be more like a? ash-ieap than it usuallyic att tine of sowing, especially in such a falling season as that woeare now experieocing. We rmarked 'a week or two since that those paddocks upon'which 'a few pounds, an' acre had been oxpended'in drainage, would. nowr..thoroughly test the truth 'of that systom of deep tillage and drainago: we . have so frequently:advocated;. The pipes ,are now in full play, or ought to be if welllaid, and'the owners of such lanlds may. .ill 'congrtulate theanelves ciposn"tho'oo bonefici...
MELBOURNE. May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
]MELlOUhINE. (PnRO o0n OWN COnRmEroxoncc.) May 18. The separate tenderers for the North-Eastern Railway, Messrs. Dwyor, Evans, and' Styles, have at last como to an arrangement with the Government, and have agreed to guarantee the execution of the four first sections advertised for the bulk sum of £305,500. Whether this -system of huxtering will be relished by con tractors remains to be seen, but there is no -doubt that it is a most objectionable mode of settling such an important contract as this ; and the Government will do well to be more happy in their arrangements for the next batch of contracts, which will extend from Seymour to Benalla. There was great excitement in the city last evening about the attempted assassination of G. P. Smith. Every one hsad a different tale to tell, and it was a moot question whether it was G. V. or G. P. ; some had it 3J. T. Smith. It appears that the would-hb mur derer is a briefless barrister, and has some grudge against his victim for lasguiigo ...
ANOTHER GANG OF BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
ANOTHEIR GANG OF BUSHMRANGERS. "From Wangaratta wo learnm that another highway robbery under arms has "taken place. The full particulars of the aseo are not yet to hand, but the following may bo relied on. On Wednesday night Mr. B]erlinor, a store keeper of Eldorado, and a Mr. Tropins, wore camped for the night between Wangaratta and Eldorado:(they being en route from Melbourno with stores), when three armed men suddenly pounced upon them and stuck them up. One of the bushrangers had his faco blackened. They then robbed Berliner of about £35, in nmonoy and clothing, his watch being token besides. Some goods were also taken from Trapinz. The villains then decamped. In formation was given to the polico, who, it is hoped, will soon give a good account of this latest addition to the bushragingng fraternity, which seems to be increasing at an alarming zate.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Benalla Ensign and Farmer's and Squatter's Journal — 20 May 1870
3OG"ER rSA;ND tWATTS, Valiators,. Commissionl -Agents, N.l, Baledi:of. Stock, oProducb, r &o;,-hold at thoRopya! lHotel ttolthe ;firatrSaturday in every -.eneralBlaoksinith ,Wheelwriht , t:at: andi :Farr iO!er, BItlIDGE STREET, BENALLA J[AOIINERY ofll kinds eflfiiently repaired, First.clasibhocingin at thb'following',re addl orse .. . ... s per sot Draught I`Ilbree ... ... ... s ' All work ex.cute at 'proportionateo rates. Selterina 'y Sui'geou, 13RIDGE-STREET. BENALLA, NEAR COMMERCIAL HOTEL. J ~ L. Begs.to acquaiut the lnhabitants of Be. I* n'alla aid suroduhdini districts that,he has commenced the 'praitice of his piofeosios at the sbovo address, and trusts by strict attentloii' to business, together with moderato charges, to merit a share of public patronage, . Horses , broken ;ito.. Saddle and' :Harness; Side " Saddle, &c., J.? ca"i tiotologhly pace ? his horses, aud. gura?titeos'e?ofr pooibl8 o haisactiouti .` 'N B.--A largodStook- of Genuine Horse :and. Cattle ...