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ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
O3DIxART MEETI-O. he ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Council was held directly after the annual meeting. Present-the President, and Cie Heoslin, Little, Blaekburne, RyAn,. Shortell, M'Kee,,and Guppy. The minutes of the annual'and last ordi. nary meetings were read and confirmed. OORRESFONDExDE. From the Benevolent Asylum,. Beech. worth, asking for the continuance of the aid given bj the Councito the institution. £10 wes ordered to be given. From the offies of the London Inter national Exhibition, asking that thIe Couneil would send photographs of the district to be sent to the exhibition at Ylenna. Referred to Mr Barnes. Wangaratta. From A; Cameron and Co, stating as they had fnished their contract they would wibs to be paid the balance due to them. £20 was ordered to be paid on account. * From Mr Maher, asking for the overplus from the sale of a horse of his sold out of the pnallta Pound. Postponed till Mr Msher made a deolaration that his horse had been impounded,. and till th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. S'a ?lY~3l--AN? :-DE.PArTUUie, OF"o IA1LSt:&CC..' a : " Mails arrive I. ,From nselbourne,,and. post towns by way of M ne;'rnes daily (Mondays excepted), aL 0.15 Intermediate post towns, viz., Donnybrook :Wallan:Wallan, Kilmerc,'Broadford, Tallarook,. 'Semouir, `Avenel, Longwood. &c. (including tlho `eorreap6ndence from Mlansfield, Morton, Alex anidri;, amieson &c.), at 9.15 p.m; :: . Wintoei, Wangaratta, . and Beechworth (in eluding letters from Greta, Tarrawinger,.Oxley, El Dorado, Buckland, .Yachandandah,' Wahgun yaS. Rintherglen, Chiltern, Albury, &c., whence iro ,direct .'mails are recoived),Sdaily. (Sundays exceipted),'at 56.30 p.m. . .. l Major Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan dedra, Cobram, and Yorrawongaq do, Fridays, at 0.30a.mm. '5s'?jdarton, Pieo . Lodgo Station, Gowen ; tardie and Benalla do, Mondays, at 7.30 p.m. _ ?.~T!] ;.; M8loailse close "`'drl llbourne," rind places vi-t 'Me!ib'oirne, daniy_(Sundaoysa oexcepte...
THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
THE _ ifY-cesmri C1usip SPublished on 2Ieadlriys nd :PFridays. FRIDAY,; OYVER[BER 29; 1872. :[rwould seem that, an upright, high-minded, and high-spirited gentleman, like Mr. BUTLrn - - about to be m?do the viqtim of: the late unsatisfactory proceeding. and& condition, of, thoe Benalla Land Board. There. can ho no. doubt that at the land board to,alich o much. reference has been mado, occurrenoes took p4qco thathat bo been mad the ground of what seems. to us, a" seb of, very, trivial, charges. against Mr. Broan, c, We are not aware ours selves from the perusallof any donumontswhat' those charges.exactly are, but from what ap-. poared.on Wednesday last in the columns of our contemporary the I.angaratta Dispatch, we feel'jtistified'in stating that'what is alleged agaianet lr. BUTLER is by, no means important. We strongly object to, this gentleman being sanriflecedito.obtaio popularity from any class of the community. If the hen. Mr. CAr. Y, who has sought' to :initiate 'a new ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 November 1872
1-1 i a .l " ti -_! .'t« ( - T R I'A " S:E.AM FrLO' UR L "S, I WANGARATTA 'AND '1ANSFIILLD di ebi a p1100 for` WUE1AI, 4o1 °Lnv 1 hOUIR, ,BI3IAN, nod1 POLLARtD for,.$lo,. "U"RA SN A , P i 1 fo-sr~;:: l..·ou - .s tý -'., a : _______AL;'A "y}`. 1,1v EI 1ALLA IO~"t'-=,RN - iDPLAt -LYSO ii1li:-1c~ ~OE - doNALLI AND· V I. f .· · · .. ·ý ST O`R E-,,.'roretr i Est cý r c j Agontttfor.Mcoors,T. ROBINSON and :CO.'S Pinie's, Pateiit .Doztble-fictrrowv '.plough: Cultivators,' I-Ienrow's, Reaping and Stripping Mfachines, and all 'other 'kinds- of FARMING I1IPL1IMNTS. "T 'A.1 L i.1 Elk', . H IGH `,SiT RE.E:T , M.A'N.' SF..IE L D. 1'TEjj I The -"very. Best "L~gquo?ýs:"ot.,Evei yiDese lplton,; n. 0 u ' sao LI f AND : ©L.C?ý"JG°rLij - TL D cN~z Go6('d '.. ._.g, .... , L- .ar " tt iý .; C - : 1 Pi - H. PI (Late Cait and Loebel). 13 BAIIN beg to inform Ilto inbnbilonm of MnopfA ioo onod'tho district that lie Lne jus1t rocoived a su1pply. of SUI.'EJIIOR SUsIMZMER.GOODS-omlrnbroiog all the~ Novelties o...
PICKED UP AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872
PIC[OK GD U1? AT SE\. , Thu harque John Knox, ar'i.ved at Sydney 23rd Novem' eor, brought five paibengers and three, sea~nen belonging to the barque City of Newcastle, who were picked up at sea. Cap: tain Jenkins furnished the following par. tioulurs with respect to the cireumstanceo attending the rescue of tho unfortunate people:-o!'The Juho Knox left Port Cooper isn the 13th instant with a strong fair wind. On the l4th instant at three: minutes. past 6 p.m. a boat was described full of people, one mile on the port beam, the vessel then being eight miles from, Stephen's Island, in Cook's Straits, and going ten and a half knots. Everything was at once let go by the rin, and the ship rounded to so as to bring theoboat on the woather botan:; a yery heavy searunning. On the boat reachirsg' the ship a line was hove and' passed to lee 'ward, and~with con'iderable difficulty jall .in -heriwere gotisafely on board. They proved. to be' four'ladies aqd -a little boy and three 'season who hli...
DISCOVERY OF HUMAN REMAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872
DISCOVERY OF- IIUIMAN RESIAI S. There *was some excitement crented in Sandburst oin-Wednesday afternoon by the discovery of some human remoins on the groutid belonging to tile new gas company AlasborerF himed Isaso Higgins was reo moving a sand hummock in front of the gas hose, and at two and a half feet below the surface he discovered a skull. -.Further search brought to the surface numierops Qther bones, nearly all pegessary to form a com plete sbel- ton beiqit cullected. Information wis soent to the police, and Constable Ral!egh toon possession of the remains. From the body having been buried in a sitting posture, and the peculiar formation of the skull, the remains are presumed to be aboriginal, and .probsiblythooe'of a iale. They have been . terei many years, as they gre totally denudel orf flesh. The.teeth are perfeet in both jaws. I and in a remarkably good state of preaerva * tion. On the I-ft aide of the skull there is i an appearance of fracture, but not sufficient to acco...
AN ESCAPE FROM LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872
AN 13U?APE 'FROT LIGilTNING. During the thuniderstorm which" ' vislited Qucanbeyan on Wednesday eo'nnight (iho local. Age states) Mr WI' Graham, of Garryoawen, arid' his two little children; Robert and Rebecca, ex. porloncod an` almost mirsculous' providenitial escape from beingkillodlby a stroko of lightning. One or two thunderdlalls had occured, and .there being signs of heavy rain, Mr Graham, followed. by the little ones, went to the woodhoa-p for ' littlo dry firewood. lie was in the act of pick lng hp a log, and his little ones were lookiog on, when a 'vivid flesh of lightning tell between the three, who were within 31t or 4dt of each othe', and spread out along the ground like molten metal. The children were. unharmed, but screamed with fright: but Mr Grahbam, who felt as if he had been struck, though oxperienc I ing no ill effoote at the time, has since felt, arid still fools, a numbness in one of his arms, one strange effect being that the sinows of the hand and arm when in ...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872
TO ADYETIEISEItS. Ad6vrtiseigihtScannot be withdrawn before the time e"jilres for which they have been ordered. In canes whore the nifbor f inspr tions is not specifiedthe edvcrtitement'vfill be inserted till codon c'rtided' and charged 'nc dordingly. " Qturterly advertisemonitd ?ill be dontinuously inserted unless a written order to atop them is sent. •l ·i,?ml ml ·1· : m | m mmm m'
THE CARL TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872
THE CA,Rt TIIALS. A warrant was issued on Friday fo~l t?e arrest of Mdtther .Deviticove, an Italian" sailor, aged 30 years, ona .charge of h?ain, bee', concerne'd in the Carl murders. The nian was arrested at the bbardinghouse where he lived by Detectivo.Daley; and lodged:in the Swanaton.street lock up. He will be brought before the City Court t~ dy. . : -(George Heath,l next to Dr lIrral theo principal witness; inl the case, arrived from Sydney 'on Friday per the Wonga 1Vonga. Heath wasa seaman. on the Carl. He first gave evidenae in the Sydney Police Court against the mate Dowden, and it was his statements. as to' the oondu?ot l Mount in shootig ? the natives'with' a revolver throng h hloles in the steerage pnitilion which led to the apprelenlionofhim and of Morris. :Up to that stage Dra Murray, in his published evidence, had not mentioned the names of the Melbourne passengers. We have no niews yet of the dpoarturo of Dri Murray. Daily Telegraph. " '
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872
TO CORRESPON E.?TS. No communication , oill uinder any circum s!ances 6b' ingerted:unless anuhtsiliietdd by? the real name and address of the woritcr, not neces .arily for publicatioit,; but a a guarantei of good faith. SIe as not responsible for the opinions ex pressed by correspondents. 'Al, Communications relatin? to then'iewspaper it is requested will be addressed, to the Editor. Private matters, only inust be addressed to the Proprietor, Mr. John Liston.
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872
PQST OFFICE, BENALLA. ttp1IyAI rAL DgPAInrunurE or )Lzs. &c: Mails arrivp From ~Mlbourne, and post towns by way of ltelboutlo, daily (,Iounlays pxcopted,, al p.15 Intermediate post toowns, viz., Donnybroclk Wallan Wallan, .Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, .eymour, Avenel, Loongwood &e. (including tIhe s'orrespoodesco- fvom Mansfield, Morton, Aiex. pudra, Jamioson &e.), at D.15 p.m. . Winton, Wangaratta, and Bccchworth (in, olpding letters from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxley, a1l Poradn Buckland, Yackadndandah, VWahgun0 -ah. Rutlerglo, OChiltern, Albury, &c,, \ohence r o direct mails are receoived), daily (Sundays txcepted), at 5.30'p.m. Major Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, -Katan lon, Cobram, and Yorratyonga do, Fridays, at 10.30 a.m, Shepparton, Pini Lodge Station, Gowen psrdie and Ilenalla do, Mondays; at 7.30 p.m. Mails close For Melbourne, and places vit "lelboganet daily.(Sundays oxcepted), at 5.15 p.m. ltermedlat1'pOst-tows. ,viz,, Violet_Town Q,'ina," +...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872
We extract. the following. from the leotor of "Attitou" In the Leader of 30th ult:-Perhaps Mr Gladstone, who is cot abovo taking a wrinkle frni the way in whichi thiings?ne managed in Victoria, will he gladto-learn thlt the good people of Kyneton have improved upon the ballot. A few days ago tho members of the shire council had to elect a president. How was it to hedone c A show of hands was itnidious, a ballot woul I take time, and none of Iho.councll. lore had any very strong viOew upon which of.the candidates was the better man. And so they put all the names in a bar, and drew one o it. I make no doubt the new president will perform the duties of his office as well as if he had been elected with all the usual legal precaution,. Usurpers are not always the worst of kings.
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872
THE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8,3 1872. TaH Education Bill has pased tho'e U er House, and it remains to be seen whether thq' Assembly will agree to the alteration made that ieligious instruction may:be given in schools after school hours. This does not render it compulsory, but oily permissible, but it takes away from the bill its purely secular oharacter. The ameondment is one the wisdomi of which all libera.nminded iadividuals, wo should think, would recognise. There is a ismon thebsill whishwe regretthetoun il did not tpnk it neessary to interfere with. It provides t lst unless a child is up to the standairdf odtplcation he is to be sont to school from- six to 15.: f, the ; tandard is made a commonly simple onoe ther would not be so much obhection to this provision, but it s im possible to sny what thic standard exactly will bo. If it is made upon too high a scale; if the proficiency required in arithmetico is carried too far, then the clause woLld perhaps operate in causing the boys of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872
VIJCT:ORIA S",T , EAM . LO': Tji R :'MI; L S,: WANGARATTA AND MANSFIELD, : Give the phighet pice for WHEAT, and have ..'LOJ.R, BRAN, and :PLLARD: for- Sal;. G .E O Rt B -NAS°L3L A, tt fIASb FLOUR, BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON HAND; )IWIEAT BOUG'I2 1 'I NY QUANTITIES. ".i,'e, ?Patet -Double-furrob P lough. . I.WERSALKER, -A L x-n _:? ? . A. ?::: . H GH. STR EE ,EM :i: E ANSFLE D i:: . Aghe vey est for ors T. ROBINSON and CO.'S ition, Pirie's Patent Double-fnrrog. 'Plough kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTS. HI G STREET : . M S-E.L-D. The verpy elSUPEIOR SUMtMR GOODS efbreg .Evef thDes iptieon, INTING AND STAIONERAL WARE OUSE Bridge 'Steet, .' ::? l?: I10LB0U REE K lBOU1 -C, 1 3 . ., .. . .r A .. ,oo . . (Late Can and Loebel). UMMERN GOODS. , A- N begs to infsor m in habi nts of Mansfield and the district that ho has j t received -A LARGE. VAITOGETYE OF: YBOO N.B; A First-class MILLINER and DRESSMAKE has -bcen conagoilt , Wedding and Beournig En aliop , IODAN S SILVX1Y )R PE OIOK LS RDOu, NLEA...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872
~1MELBOURNEBPRnOUCiB*MARKET. . 3-010Te Noiib yes and' -Ri repoit for ithe week -e n.ling November 20, 16872. T . i'he mi*'rlei for breaililuffe Idi pr'oduce has ITeen.very'dilll during tlie'pte't week.. In bread h, U lls erb i.lrX ain lsretin 4 arle essat. - e-sI.eRe tr icer, 1il Amillers, althoiiKhl.btu poirly rsupplied, eeit'inot Ibeen purchasers t anr ex. We reprt alre of mill m1 , anq dairy pire. du.el thias i clr e under: " Floir-Denst brandi 6fno silk-dre1sed, £17 10a to £1 8.; olther samples (fom £l4 tupwards pet ion. -.. 1 Uran-la 1 to sla .1; inferior, Is to ls 31 peroI llu d -Fiei, Is p01 la 6d; do coarse, Is il * to Is i .or bushel, 1- ih* t- t"e t->'minijlen Northern, 7s 91to 7a 101; Tasmaiiin and New Zealand, 6d 10i to 78; Adelaide, 7V Gd to 7a Iid per brirhel. O* Ots-etst. milling am'pi'es :1 5d to 3. 01; do feeld, 3* 3 I itos 3 441 per buluhel. IHirloy - 'EIglih manlinp, OG 3.1 to 6s 0.1; feed scarce;arnd would mie'ot wilttlreAdy sale.' Alia's'-3ld 'lIo 3 .21 per b...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, November 28. (Before the Police Magistrate, Dr Miller, J.P., and the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872
WANGAtRATTA POLIOC COURT01 Thursday, : November 28 (Before the Police MISgistrate, Dr Miller jp and the. Mayor.). William Roberts wi;tiohairged witi bein'gdrunki and disoiderly, and also with lusulting Ja'mes Irnspector Smith stated -tthat the- previous evening he wont to Kelly's ,Hotel anel found the prisoner with'his cooae off wanting to fight.` Seon. tenced to 24 hours' imprisonment. 'i? niel' Neil ins b?ought" up. on remand charged with eutting trees wit intent of stealing them. Mir SMurdoch wos put in "the boi, and the evidence read over, the same was done with Stearn. By hMr Notcutt-I was living int a house with Neil. I found Lecessaries. I saear I saw the accusedicut down a tree both on Sunday. and lonley. I have had a quarrel. A fortnight after the 25th I stayed itn the house in Evaus's paldock. I then went to Taminick station. I did tiot klno that Mr Murdoch had offered a .reward. I heard it from the poliee subsequently. - SMrs Ann Stoern deposed that she was living with he...
A HEARTLESS MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872
A HEARTLESS MO HT'ER. I;At the City Police Court on Wednesday, before AMr 8turt, P.M., Frances Apthorpe, wife of an ex-offiaer of the Imperial Army, 'nd who with tirn.- has on more than one ..acctsion latterly appeared before the court on charges of drunkenness and vagrancy, was brough!t up in; custody for. stealing a blitile of,lavender water. ;The pirisoner went io: the siroe of.1Mr Johno Tillett, 33 Latrobe treet, and was walking.out, when ~i" Till.atz 'aw her, and asked her,.whqt sh, .wanted. Sihe replied that she had come to :ee~an gentlbihbeah wlia hill rronmised lier 'husband :empoyment, and prosecutor called his store -matn to her, insling her-if he was the persont sihewished to see. Sithe rplied that lie was not, ard as the prosecusor had suggested .o Clapham when he went for him that 'the pri eoner had stolen something, Cipliam asked her wbhat she had under her jacket.-. Shit re plied "noihinga,'., but on:lhip telliqg hir to Sout with ,it,. he proiducied thie bottle of lav...