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IMPORTANT INQUEST AT ELDORADO. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

IMPORTANT INQUEST AT EL. . 2' DORADO. 'On. Monday last, Dr. Deimpster, the coroner for Beechworth, held 'an inquest at the Empire Hotel, Eldorado, on the body of a married woman named Bridget. Beasley, who died in her confinement on the previous Saturday, the 20th instant. Although a married woman, it would seem that her hus band was away from her. The following jury were sworni~s.vz.: Peter Williams, W. Blatters, Joseph Newton, Robert Heele, Malcolm Macfarlane, Thomas Leggoe, Allan Brooke, John Mac'dbsiald, George Hunt, W. Ray, R: M~Mnson,'aida John t Scott., . After having viewed the body, the jury heard the following evidence: Margaret Gibson deposed-I am a married woman residing at Eldorado: On Saturday last Mrs. Bartle, wife of the landlord of the Empire'Hotel, asked me to come and see the 1 deceased who was in her hut close to the liotel." I.did so. 'This'was between 9O-aad -- 0 o'elock 'in the morning. The deceased I found in labour. 1 requested Mr. Bartie to get a dootor, ae...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

OXLEY SHIRE COUNTCIL. {Tiils body met on Saturday, 4th May, pro. eet, tho" President (Mr. Brown), and OCrs Whitty?, Lewis, Byrne, Caozens, ;Wilson~; O'Doonell, Dilne, and Gray. . - CORnRESPONDENOE. . ?Pem coitain roatepayers at Greta, request. fiog that coierin.works in their different lo calities might be proceeded with, of which a list.wasssent.; ' -~It was determined to lay oit some £53 al. ,together upon works at O'Brien'sebwamp and near O'Connoll's farm. ' . : From_ the .Superintendent' of Police 'at Beeahworth, giving permissio~ to the Oxley, Shiroe Counoil to take some gravel, from the police paddock near Wangaratta. Received. SFrom Edward Hulme,'stating that with respect to the bridge over Hurdle Creek at Maguire's crossing, he considered the offer of the Council quite inadequate. The bridge would cost. £50. If, however, the Council wouldguarantee £35, and the bridge did not cost more.than £50, the inhabitants In the' locality would be disposed to findttho balance dither. in...

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SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

SITTINGS OFl COURTS. ORmoCuIT CoURT. Beechworth-Wednesday, 26th October, GENERAL SESBIONB. Ieechworth-M?onday, Au?n?t 6. Kilmore-Friday, 17th May. lansfield-Friday, October 18. COUNTr COURTS. Alexandra-Wcdnesday, October 9. lcenalln-Saturday, July 27. Chiltern-Saturday, alay 4. Jamieson-Saturday, October 12S. Kilmore-Saturday, May 18. lancsfield-Friday, October 18, CouRT or MINES, Pandhuret District Kilmoro-Saturday, May 8. I, in , e ,- J l m • m ali

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MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNOIL. Wednesday, May 1. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Shire Coun.' cil was held at the Shire Hall on Wednesday last, pro. sent the President, and Ora Kitchen, Moorey, Cotter, and Baldry. The minutes of the last meeting were read and con. firmed. TNDEMs. The following tenders were opened: .Construction of brick tank at the Shire Hall-Wn. Cutler, £82 10s; John Dodson, £72. Cr Baldry thought it nnaecessary to build na tank when an iron one at an expense of £5 would answer all the purposes, and he proposed that the tender' linot lot, and that one iron tank be purchased capablo of holding 400 gallons. Cr Cotter seconded the motion, which was enirieod No. 2.--R. Collopy and Co, £20; J. Charlton, £24; John Forrest, £27; J. Ford and Co, £27 10s. ' The President suggested the advisability of departing from their custom of accepting the lowest teoder, and 8gvo their work to those they considereod the most com. After the Engineer's opinion had beeon taken relative ...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

TO ADVERTISERIS. Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before the time expires for which they have been balored. In.cases where the number of inser tions is not specifled the advertisementsnwill be inserted till countermanded, and oharged ne cordingly. 'Quarterly advertisements will be contiuuounly inserted unless a written order to 'top thein is sent. ~I ra m ii ?'m' ' J

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BUSHRANGING NEAR BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

BUSRANGING NEAR BENALLA. Another case of bushranging has ocurred near Benilla, simple i .operation yet daring in chearator: A caierior named Daniel Kelly a was on his return jouinoy, making for Benalla to camp on Suniday evoning, and when about C two miles from the township on the Sydney road two men rushed out from theo.bush; ono stopped the horsesand.tho .thor )jmpcd, iup and presented a revolver at Kelly and do- ti manded his monoey. So close was the revolver a that it touched Kelly's throat. Kelly immo diately took out his ioekaetboo"k andthrow it r' on to the road, as he was ordered, ,which was a then picked up and examined, and found to e contain £16 10s. in onah---£15 in single notes, asovereign and a half sovereign; alse, an cheque for £18. The bushrangers consulted together about the cheque, which they placed in the pocketbook again and returned to the carrier. They then got on their .horses and started off towards the orailway line,.going towards Glenrowon. Ke lly :waitd u...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

TO CORRESPONDENTS. No communleaiotn will under any ircrunm ,~anees be i:nertle o nless authenticated by the real name and addresa of the toriter, not necea. iar ly for pnblication, but as a guarantee of tood failth. All commtnications intended for insertion naust be foroehorded 'o' hiMs oflea by Wednesday orninlg, or afternoon at the latest.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

XVAN.AR&T1rA--Impouz'dodat WVgngarattao, 27th April . . Bay mare, small star, saddle and collar marked, W near shoulder - Brown mare, short switch tail, scar off nook, like P over Iti near shoulder Bay horse pony, star, white on hind feet, aaddIq marked BW near shoulder To be sold on 20th Dray.

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, May 2. (Before Mr. Butler.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

WANGARATTA. POLICE COURT. Thursday, May 2. (Bolero Mr. Butler.) Grace Duggan was charged with being drunk and disorderly. She pleaded guilty. She had been brought to the station in a wheelbarrow. Seaior.constable Cuddon applied for SO for having the woman's baby nursed during the day. Mr BDuler-You are discharged. Mrs Duggau-Thank your Worship. Walter Henry Dyer was charged with'larceny from a dwelling. It appeared that the defendant had been collector for Mr O. hlyring, the brower. One Mr Blaydon was in possession of the brewery under a bill of sale, handed over to Mr Michell by Mr Dixon. Mr Dyer had removed the books from the brewery to Mr Dyring's house. His Worship said he would not allow the criminal court to be made a means of deciding a civil right. Prisoner discharged. Michell v Dolany--This was as intorplceader case that had been heard. Delany bad obtained judgment for £17 against Mr Dyring and had wised property in the Scandinavian brewery, which Mr Michell claimed under a...

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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

ME LBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET.. Messrs Noyes an4Roeid report for the week ending May 1, 1872. We report sales of mill. farm, and dairy pro deco this week as under : t SFlour-Best brads fine silk.dressed, £15 5l .to £l15 1Os; trade parcels, £15 15s per too. Bran--s Id to is 2d per bushel. Pollard-Fine, is 4d' to is Od; coarse, Is Id to Is 3d per bushel. Whesat-Best northern, Gs 9d to 7s; other sampled, from 4s to 6s id per bushel, according to quality ond'condition. Oats-Besto milliog, 3s to 3s 3d; good feed, 2s 6d to 3s per bushel. Barley--English malting very scarce, best samples, 5s lid to i5s d ; do Cape, 3s 4d to 3a 9d per bushel. laize-New6W, 33 3d to 3s 4d ; old, 3s ld to 3s 8d poerbushel. . Rye-3s 3d to se 5d per bushel. Peas-Field, 2s 10O to 3s 31 ; blue, 3s 7d to 4o per bushel, " Grass seeds perenoial-Ryo, bs 101 to Os per bushel ; clover, white, is Od per lb. Potatoes-45a to 60s per ton. BUtter-Potted, best, 5d to 7Ji per lb. Cheese--Dest. 5l to 71; second quality, 31 to 4½ pe...

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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. May 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

MANtNFIEr1D FPiODUOE QROUA n uA . May Q. \ Mi, E. MOORF'vB REPORT. lou.; per toti,.. .£0 0 '0 tE o £13 0 0 heat, per bushel ... O 0 0 0 0' 0 'te,,: ,do ;.. ". 02 0 O. 2, R3 .'1econ, per lb - ~ .- ; 0 0 0 0 1` 0 i'sutter (fresh) por b ... 0 0 6 0 0 O gge per dozen . 0 0 6 _..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

IMPOUNDINGS. A LEXANDRA'Impoundoedat-Alexandro - Brown mare, blaze,: 'ne r shoulder To be sold on 8th May , LEXANDRA --Impounded at Aloxandra: Bay'colt; docked tail, white balr on nose; P and illegible brand near shoulder, blotch'near cheek Tobe sold on 15th Mlay. BEECHWORTH--Impounded bat Beechworth United Shire Poulnd - Bay hoise D off- shoulder,astaked aof fore foot, spot in' forohial; two near hind and near fore feet white Bay horse; 1 .near 'shoulder, DR near' thigh, 'JF, cosnoioed spot in forehead- " Bay horse, EB offshoulder;' 'ner shoulder, near hind foot oleto Bay mare,"'liko' O offsh oulder, near fore and two hind feet whito:' : '' To be mold on 15th Slay NOTICE. BENiALLA-B lae. k c geldinig, Istar. near hind coronet white, advertised as mW, should be like MW (part of the M not legible) off shoulder, gore hack To be sold on 8thSlMay. "OW lAN,'S FOREST- Impounded at Beech. . worth Shie'Pound, ]4th April Black more with grey hairs, h eover 1 over IJ over J- nehar shoulder To...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

BENALL.-I-mpounded at onalUa, 25th April-Trespass 3 r Bay mare, blaze, collar marked, near fore coronot white, off hind leg whito, NAI near shoulder To be sold on 20th May. SHIRE OF. BENALLA. TENDERS will be received up to One p.m. on .Wednesday, the 10th May, at the Council Obambers, Bridge.street, Bonalla, for.the follow. ing work,, viz. : 1. Supply, &c., of 600 cubic yards of Shingle on main Sydnoy road, Wintono. S2. Grubbing and Clearing along SBamaria : : and Tatong roads. ", r 3. Handraiilng on Upotipotpon Bridge .'. 4.'Bridge on Broken Crook, near flail's farm. Plans and specifications may be seen' at the Coonlcl Chambers during the usual office hours.-i The lowest or any tender, not necessarily accepted,. By order of the Concil, F. ZI'DONNELL, 4i. ' Secretary. Council Chambers, Bena;la, lay 6, 1872. SMechanics' Institute, Bonalla CONTRIBUTIONS OF BOOKS Are Respectfully Solicited By the. On behalf of the above Institute. JOHN FITZSIAIONS, HIon. Sec. Dissolution of Par...

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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

THE Puobliacd on u({aoys and Pridays.. TUESDAY, MEAY 7, 1872. JroUoGIo from the confident tone of the Mel orn re (whih it ust bo remembered is. adverse to the' Govoernont, from the Wavorer to tho Thunderer) a?1tniotorial crisis seems to bo looming in the distance. The 7eTegrapa '`oes further, and 'diepussee the 1phances of a dissol?tion, that journal taking 'he ground that Mr. D.rrr has no right tq ,t an o?ep a from Parliament to the country, That opinion maybe taken for what t is c worth.:: ut we ore not so sureo that thero is 3 ay, necessity for alarm. The first battle 'f theo.session is about to be fought upon an amendment on the Address in reply to the s Govenxon's Speech, but to which sido victory I will lean has yet to be discovered. There are 1 no doubt some waverers in the Houso as there arc in the Press; men whom the salary of £300 a year does not make one whit m'ore o independont than they were before-men who will always strive to be on the winning side, whelther Mr. Ierx ...

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OVENS AND MURRAY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

OVENS AND MURRAY. AGRICUL. TURAL BOCIETY. The annual meeting of the subscribers to this society was held at the Royal Victoria Hotel, Wengarantta, on last Saturday afternoon. There was a poor attendance, Mr G. Spink occupied the chair. The balance sheet was read by Mr D. IT. Evans treasurer, the credit balance being £90 Is 7.1. The following accounts were presented for payment : Richard Warren .... ... ... £6 3 0 R. Rider ...... .. . 818 0 .Petty cash .. .... .. . 0 15 0 0 A. M'Kaya& Co ... ... ... 36 4 6 R. Warren's account was passed for payment, but Messrs Rider's and M'Kay & Co's account wore thought too high. Mr Searle, of'the firm of Messrs i'eKay & Co,. explained that ho had agreed with Mr Evans to publish the full programme six times at half scale price, which was Is 01 per inch; they had charged only £27 13a Od, but at full scale price it would have been just double that amount. Mr Evans said he did not remember the terms, but if he imagined for a mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

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INQUEST ON THE REMAINS OF A SKELETON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

INQUEST ON ·l'HE REMAINS OF "A SKELETON. . . On Thursday afternoon Dr Miller, the deputy coroner, held an inquest at the Court house, Wangaratta, on some human remains, consisting entirely of, bones found lately on the Killawarra run, and supposed to be those of one M'Loean, an overseer on that station. The following jury were sworn :-C. J. Braithwaite, John Grant, Henry Shelly, Greenwood Amos, Thomas Naughton; Alex. M'Culloch Gibson, Nicholas Leahy, Thomas Carter,PatrickSullivai, 'Stephen Ryan, Fred. Blirrowes, and I W. Childe Hughes. The following evidence was called: Henry Connolly deposed-I live at Myhree Station. I have examined the remains now in' court, and believe them to be th'ose of Charles M'Leano. He disappeared from the Bow. Yards' Station in 'December, 1869. When he disappeared he seemed to'Ie suf.-' fering from the effects of drink; he was in the horrors. I thought.he would recover in a short time. Five or six days after he dis. appeared I went to the station, and, na...

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CHRONICLES OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 May 1872

CHRONICLES OF THE TIMES. BY IXION. A general flatness in public affairs in duced 'the Chronicler to imagine himself free to indulge in his balmy weed, and revel in the sunny realms of Fairy land, walking 'neath the smiles of Mistress Fortune, until the great bombs should announce that once more the M.L.A.'s had placed themselves in array is targets for the quilly darts of "ready writers." While indulging in the thrilling ecstacy of such ai thought, a great bomb was heard, and so unexpected was it. that Mrs Ixion dropped the large family tea pot while in the act of pouring out the refresh inug Congou it contained, and stared in won derment at the unexpected sound; the children clung closely in affright to her, and all were for a moment speechless with as* tonishment. Sallying forth tohear, the oc casion of, such a' signal I behold-the 'ordi narily quiet town of Mansfeld in the utmost confusion-men rushing hither and thither, and women sereaming with fright. Why? Mer ciful goodness I ...

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THE MURDER OF SERGEANT SUTHERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

THE MURDER OF SERGEANT SUTHERLAND . From. tbo: BeurangongiArgls we obtain, the particulars? of the tragic :death of l Sergeontk Sutherland of the New South Wales police: "Thre: menrbhad, some.'h;rt:timn since, comn. mitted a robbery. in the neighbourhood of the Fish River-! :Ono, of them had boon taken'by the Burrawa police, Ciith a bullock dr n? aondu lodged n th Cowra lock-up, and Sutherland, who was on his way home from Bathurst, whither he hid:be?n to attend! the adszeirwas lookinog after th?'otheri'two: tUpob'arrivign at Horan's hut, at Bonea Creek, abouti 12 mile f(om Cower, seeing two horses hung up outside, ho pulled up, and a man coming out from thoe huto he entered into conversation irith hitm: Sutherland, it would appear, suspectod th?t hie ha'd dropped acrosse the mon he was lookingI for, and ina `short time asked the man if.his mate was not iniade! eioeivingC'naneiro in the illrirative; he rqreqa ste 1hi tork oxiutwhich' the man refueod.., L Sutherlanthentold him, that,...

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