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WANGARATTA TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 November 1872
WANGARATTATtJURF CLUB. The following are the nominations for the Wangaratta Borough Handicap anl:Frce IIaon dicap : -' - " onocoeO HANDIOAP. Mlr J. Iloyastd'e Shamrock, 4 yres. AMr J. IHoysted'e Raglaund, aged. Mr J. 1ioystod's Othello, aged. Mr II. Hoystod's Victoria, 4. yr., Mr if. IIoysted'a Planet, ago.l, Mr II. Iloystod's Beademan, 3 yrs. Mir F. Street's Stoirer, 0 yrs. Mr Williams's Australian III, aged; Mr J,. Cree's luutsman, aged. MIr J,.Oroo'ekWiedom, aged' Mr J. Oreau' Snowdeon,3 yrs. iMr Campton's Freetrader, aged. Mr1 lyrnues's Macgregor 4 yrs. Mr J. Evano's Laureate, 3 yrs. M J r Uiffer'sMidae, 3 yre, Mr J. iiffer's Friodlers,3 y3re. AMr J. Conall'e Valentine, aged. Mr .3 J. Bowler's Formoso, '4 yr. Mr II. J. lBowler'e Snowflake, 4- yre. SMr 11. J. Bowler's Snowdrilf,4 yrs. F Ps U IANDIOAP,, Mr J. loysted's Shamrock, 4 yrs; Mr J. Iloysted's Ragland, aged. Mr 11. Iloysted'e Planot, aged. Mr UI. Iloysted's Bondsman, 3 yrs, lr Williams's Australian III, aged. Mlr'J. Iloys...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 November 1872
N z-. 'T i l o.El.ee S Est .. M.Th, M.1RC.S. Eng., inas Commenced the PRACTICE. OF 111S, IPROFESSIO1 IN BE NA?AL LA, And may be consulted at his. residence, Oppositeo Mechanics' Institute. NE W Butcheiing Establishment. IICIO-IAEL OUSACK H AS OPENED his. new Butchering Eatab, lishment in Tenipleton-street,. Wangarattao MEAT OF PIRIME QUALITY Purees MloDEosAT'. NTEW. BILLIARD -BALOON, WANGAItAT'TA. H AS much pleasure in informing his friends that he has leased Mr Spearing's Now BILLIARD SALOON, whore the patron3.of the game canbo accommodated with two firstcclass tables, fi'ted with every. convenience, and famed for their accuracy. Cigar Divan in connection with the above will be opened for the sale of first quality Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, and Perfumery. Chess Tables provided. T. A. SMITh1. W HlEELER and WILSON'S NEW l Il. PROVED PATENT SILENT - WORKIiitNG SEWING . MACHINES At Greatlyg Reduced Prices. Caution-The great success of the Whleeler and Wilson's machine has produced numerou...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 November 1872
IEL1OU10 NI P L? DUOIU MARKET. " fTssrg Noyes and o eltld report for the week ..-udoing 'Novembor 20 1872. beeiivery dull during the iast week. In bread stufs holders are disinclined to do business at I present trices, and millers, slthough but poorly supplied, have not lfeoo purchasers to any ex. tont. We repprt sales' of mill, farm, nod. dairy pro. duce this yreek as under:--. Flour-B-ert brnude fno silk.dressed, £17 10o to £18; other samples from £14upwards per nlfran-ls 51 to Is 61; inferior, ia to Is 3d *per hushel. l'ollard--Fine, Is 51 Is Od; do coarse, Is 2.1 to l'3d For bushel. Wheat-- Bet ,amples Northor, 7s9D to 7s 10d; Taosmanoian and New Zealaid, 6s 104 to 7s; Adelaide, 7s 6d to'7s 10d per bushel.' Oats-lleet milliln samples 3s 5d to 3s 061; do feed, 3s 31 to 3s 4td per bushel. tarloey'-- Englishl mnltling,. 3d to 6s 0d ; feed ic?rsco, anil ould meet with roady sale. d'Ma'ze-3es d lo'3· Sd per bushel. Peaos-3s 4d to 3s 7,I per bushol. IRye-3s QA to 4s per bushel. Potato...
SAD SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 November 1872
SAD SUIOIDE. On the evening. of the 5th September a young woman, very well dressed, was seen to throwr herself over Waterloo Bridge into the river. IShe rose more than once, scream ing franticidly, and seemed .'to be swimming, h but sank .twice before' the Thames police boat could .reach her.. The police did al manage, hdweyer, when she had been carried down -by the. stream to nearly opposite the Temple pier to reach her with tile grappel g as she was sinkink , but life was extinot., The body has been identified ns Alice Blanche t Oswald, and the following letter, which has r attracted a good deal of attention, was found on the body:- . *" The crime that I am about to commit and what I must suffer hereafter, is nothing compared to my present misery. Alone in London, not a penny or a friend to advice or a lend h helping hand, tired sad weary with. looking for something to do, failing in every way, footsoro and heartweary, I prefer death to the dawning of another wretched morning. I h...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, 25th November. (Before W. Butler, Esq., P.M., Dr Hallett, and the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
:WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, 25th November. (Before W. Butler, Esq., P.V., Dr Ilallett, and the Mayor.) ..Willinm -Williarns wso charged with being droink and disordely. The bench discharged him with a caution as he bhd been 24 'houir in' the lockur.,: . Bridget Jarvis v W. B. Jarvl-.For' making use of abusive and "obsconie language. " ... :" MAr Norton appeared 'for the 'defenudart, aid slated that Janvis was very unwelil and ciuld riot attend:- _ ,' " , rs Jarvis slated that her husband _was not ill and could attenid the COort well enough- if, he choose to do eso'. i - ' The The Bench ordered a wvarirant toaissue for de fendant's arrest. SCatherino Stearn v'W. Stearn--This case waso ,for making use of abusive language. Mis Stearn. deposed that thoedefendant came to her lioiiso on Wednesday.:last and'niade use of 'tho laiguqge. ;coiplained of.:' Her- husband and nds Mr Neal gave corroborated evidence.n ' The:Bench warned the 'defendant, and fined; ShbimclGs, e~r I1 hours impri...
A SHORT HONEYMOON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
A SHORT HONEYMOON, A young woman appeared at thq City Police Court, to prosecute her husband, John Alexander M'Conaohle, for having threa tened her life. The wife appeared with a baby in her arms, and the united ages of the trio would not have numbered four decadea. The girl-wife said that they had been married a little over a year, and that about a month after their marriage her husband ,began to drink, and since then he" had continued it. His drinking habits lhad led to words, and the words had been succeeded by blows. The special and immediate csuse of her oomplaint was tlht fhe hpd come home on Saturday, and had not given her any money to meet house. hold expenses. He put her out of the house, sad she wept to the house of her father for the pprpose of sleeping. HJe followed her up and leaving at midniglit. She heard that he was in, a ertain house dripkieg on Sun day, and went there. Its kicked her, and put !pr, out of the plqce, calling her a very bad name at the timn6. In the e...
WANGARATTA TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
WANGARATTA 'JURF CLUB. The committee of the Wangaratta turf club met on Monday afternoon at the Royal Victoria Hotel for the- purpose of opening tenders for the erection of the grand stand. The tender of Mr J. Coutte, for £406, was accepted, on the motion of Mr A. Tone, seo. conded by Mr J. Grant. It was decided to borrow £550 from the Manager of the Bank of. New South Wales, who had kindly of. fered to lend the money for six months at 7 per,c t. A building and- subcommittee was then,appointed for the purpose of comrn pleting thp.aogotiations with Mr A. J. Smith, and.of eimning ehecquee for the amount of the surveypre.'e ertificafe, as the work at the grand stand progressed. A letter,was reaofron, the foxing Day flte committee,, aking the Turf, Club to allow them to use the racecourse for their flie on the 26th, of next month. The request was immediately grantet, and, thpe meeting ad. journed.
A WRETCHED WEDDING NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
A WRETCHED WEDDING NIGHT. A.Paris correspondent writes :r- h?. Guil latime was, 'two days hgbo, married to a young and pretty womano With whom he was deeply 'in love.; 'In the evenoing aftoe a modest 'wed ding rep'ast;the newly married couple retired to'their domicile in the .Rue Mongie, when, happy. tofirid themseolv aloioe, theytilked togethor.intil a late hou:r of the past, and of the'future which seemed to emile upon them. WVile conversinig their lamp wernt out,. and the young couploe wnt to sleep: writhout re lighting it :^'l'hey were suddenly awakened by a noise at the 'doOr, just is'o daylight was "commenoeug ; and etey then s:aw n un knoeivn indivoilual advanciiogt it athreatening attitude towaelsthit eici od. "'I knew it,'he. cried' in o terrible ' voice, '?:nd drainr '?a idagger 'froen, his pocket, theetratiger com menced an oieluelght on the jpair. A despe rate' s'truggle ensued, the consequences of ~rhich might have been fetal but 'for the in 'torferanic of other lodgers...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Nov. 26. (Before Messrs Sharpe, M'Kellar, and Robertson, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
BENALLA pI-CE COURT, Tuesday, Nov. 26. (Before Mesars Sharpe. aMKellar, and Robertso, J.P.'e.) David Stuart appeared to ansower the remandd charge of stealing a brown mare, addle, and bridle, the property of Mlessrs Fleming and roest, en the 14th instd The following eence was 'called in.? Tho ,,l,,owmige e James Tierney deposed-I am collector at the Behnala tollgate. I know'th psnbe er, l- told me he wae in the employment of Flemio and Front, butchers, Benalla. He told me thi en the evening of the 13th November. Ie was riding a brown marc. The one outside the oourt is the same animal, .He wasging towards Woan garatte, He returned with wag at sabout 10 minutes past 12 at night. aw him th nebout 10 morning about half-paset 4 o'clock. Ie went over the river. He said AMr Frost woul wet the toll. He,arlob.. o the are-oute ido thl counth. "hea'e branded 2 over LY near shoulder, 2near thigh. Have known the 'iaro fora coolti derable time ao passing through the gate, and that she belonged to...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
TO ADVERTISERS: Advertisements cannot. be?withdrawn beforo Ilth time.eopire?.for which they?:have been -rdercd. In ciscs- whpre.tlbi number.of inser tions.is not spccified t)le advertisements will be inlsrted till countermandod,inst chargod ac cordingly. QpOrterly adv.ertisoments will be continuously iusootcd uiless 'a.ritton orider to r'op them is sent..
SALE OF LINCOLN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
BALE OF LINCOLN SHEEP, On Saturday last JMessrs Boger and Watts held a sale of Lincoln sheep which came from the wun.oof 1iL Alfred Chenery, of `Loyola station. The following were the prices realised,:- Five ewes at 64. per head, £16 0 0 R. loslkin ,, ,,- 14 0 0 lP Ryan , 04 16. 0 0 tuo aal Martin , , OsI ,, 15 1o. 0 o Six ,r 58 / 1x 14 0 RIt. l'Bean 711 ,, 6 0 do ,, 64e ,, 4 0, do o 72s ,) 2t 12 0 P. Knight One tam ... . 14 0 0JTurnbull ,, ... .,, 14 5-0 do f . ... ... 17 0 0 do t..... . ,. 21 0 do .. . 9 0 0 Gunn&M ,, ., 10 00 FP. Knight .. ...?.10 8 O'P, Ryan ,, J 0 1 O lRM'.Bean B 1ra 0 J,?t'1ellar 8... . .. 2 6 G. Church 8 5 0 J.Turnhull Nione Ewe, at 34i per head li. 0 0. P. Ryan S30s 13 10 O T. Nixon Eighs 2~ 4 ,, 11 12 0 F. Knight 318 ,, 12 8 0 do ,, 33s ,, 13 4 0. 4o , 30 12 0 0 do 209 , 11 12 O do 308 -,, 12 0 -0 do Ten,, 181 ,, 4 0 T. Nlxon S 3 ,, 11 100 ' do 218 ~, 1010 0. do Twelve , 23 ,, 12 0 0 do S454 0 0- -
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
MELBOURNE P'RODUDCE ).lAatKlET reasars Noyes ain; Reid ,r pbrtfor the week it.ling November 20,1873,; S'The market for-breadet i dt n fpridtdu 'hi I,',n very dull during the pnstweek.o In bread. e,lfes holderr are diiocliupil to do bousiness at I'TP'set rrices, and..millera,olr hough but poorly Irpplied, harp got ;hean pirchasers to any ez We rerort sales of mill, tfrm, and dairy pro. du ea this week as under: Flour-Bert.branuds ne silk.dreesed, £17 10. It £18.;. other samples from £14 upwards per Ulran-ls: 5l to Is 61; inferior, Is to is 34 p .r bushel., "ollard-Fine, Is 51 Is J6; do coarte, s1 23. t ..la 3d per bushel. Whert- Beoat samp!es Northern, 7s 9.1 to 7s 10 J; 'Inamanian and New Zealand,. Ar 10. to1 7e; .,.ielaide, 7s 61 to 7e 10d per bushel. Oats-Best milling eampIes.3s C? to 3s.OJ ;.do feed, 3s 31 to 3 4~J1 per bushel. lHllqy -- Englibh, maltinp, Ge 3d to Os, 91; f?A ecarcee, and woull moet with rondy.oslee. la'si-3o 1a1 to 3a 2. per bushel. Pess--3s 41 to 3s 71 per bush...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
! r n-m: IMPOUNDINGS. ??TAN(GARATTA-Impoundod at Wangaratta .'= l3a October, Bay horse, star, soar. on chest, near hind coronot whiteo SE near shoulder, off shouldor like IL e To he sold or 4th Dccnber. -ANSFIELD--Impounded at M.ansalld, by SMr Duo--Trespass Od Iron grey pony horse, saddle marked, like g3I conjoined over MID near shoulder, like NM1. conjoined noar'addle To be sold on 11th December. : ONGWOODý-Impounded at Longwood,;Oth N ovember - Daik bay mars, star, near eye sore, 31 oelf neok Black filly, stripe, no vlsiblo brand ,olice-Tho choenut cob horoe, gazotted OM off . shoulder, now shows MB faint near shoulder To be sold on 4th December. 1MTANSFIELD-.-Impounded at Mansfield, 31st October, by llerdsman of Common-Tres. pas 041 eacli. Black mare, emall star, broken hobbles, like 1. over U near sboilder BDy mare, collar marked, white hairs on forehead. like 1l near saddle, like 5 near neck . Dark bay" colt, star, blotch brand near shoul. dor On 411 November, by Mr Duff-Damag...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. The adjourned annual meeting of this body t ok place on Wednesday list. Present Mr G. Sharpe, president, (in tile chair), and Crs Ryan, Guppy, M'Kee, Hoskin, Little, and Blackburne. The balance sheet of the Council was adopted on the motion of the President, who suggested that the balance sheet of other Council's should be applied for, as he thought the'cost of the supervision of works amounted to a large amount. Cr Little seconded the adoption of the balance sheet. The motion was carried. - The President said the time had, now arrived when the C?ouncil had .to elect ] President. He had been five times elected, and'. he would suggeststhat it was not well. that one man should be always President. SiThms $eai4dea theastranetdl the cbair a?d Cr Hoskin tookit. r Cr M'nE e then proposeid'th* Mr Sharpe. be the President for the ensuing 12 months. 4r Bisckburne seconded the motipp, ob. serving.that Mt. Sharpe had been so long in, harnesatthatthe did not think that th...
ENGLISH AND OTHER ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
ENGISOIT AND OTHElt ITEJIS: King Amiour, ofSpAln,;-iierilongly ill. A" hlllhas boeat ltrodtcad -into -tha French National Aeaemolfy for retqrj?og 01th proprty of the Oilene Prince.. - ;i. - In thl Prusoian Chargee ,ffllit btae been in. Jrodupel forblddin' the iSpositjaij or, procleomn. tion of,rciiiglOe, pupelahpeint,in ny.JegaLar. civil ui*. . Ae..Thiers.consents to the adqption oefa Piii. msentary system, with,MinlsteriaL reaponeiblllty. * Germany, supports the Z .naibar, expedit~ion against the African alave trade both marally and ,diplomatically.. The &?apirality,hao soelectoiJ a.sito at. Oreen. wich Hlospital ..for the orection of memorial to the soldiers who harve' fallUen iafthe New Z9alaod war. . The Ballarat Courier relatesa.that, ?. yogog and blaming lady, ralding not a thousand miles from the poat-oflice, hna fallen in,luck's' way 8he waeat the MelbOurne races on the Cup de-, ?when her personal. appearance.. attracted the eotice of a. ary wealthy and highly respec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
Ally Communications relating to the newspaper it is requested will be addressed to the Editor: Private matters- only- must= be addressed to the Proprietor, Mr. Johnl Liston;. -DE; ' ASTRO,. ir? , CHEMIST;. :1" " e :Ma. =m" D 3. I ... S MAII. NOTICF. The ne?l AInil'ifr Eogliili. the Continent of Europe. India, Chin,, &o., will.,cloee acBonalla se follows': Fhr . ),,." 11 n.m, registered letters f4Vedneeday, 4th. Dec. For newapapers.via' , 1I.- . ... . : Southampton:- . Thursday, th Der. For ordicry. letters v bi Southampton ail "Do,. do.. do. lrindisi ) S Brlndii . Do. do, do... B N - etoei.'ofi'co moneycorder peyable, in the U?,ýnited 1Kingdom willth Ie .hleninhhle ab this :toffile lputob11:n.m., \'ednesalny, 4th Dec.. tLD3ION 0. CROFT, Postmaster.. PosT'ofiEco, honnllhA, Novemer 21; 1872.