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THE CARL OUTRAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872

T??? CARL OUTLAGES."' 2W'Ve give the following'elo uentf address of 'iMr"Jtstice .F'wsett,i one- of ithe'judgesof New. South .Wal? s :wrho tried 'the oaptain and mate of thl!brig Carl :.-',F ias Honour then- said-JosnpK Armstrong and Charles' Dowdei--yot~,haio been"charged'with mur der, and the jury have found; you' guilty. L entirely conour in the finding of the jury.. I ,am quite satisfied' that the neoount by. Dr. Murray, \'Mr Wilson, andi, thel'sail.or iHleath, otfthe transactions are correct. This is the way: you go among unoivilised' natives .to show them What your civilisation is, and for the low. and paltry;pr pose bf selling these men for money; and you have men to'buy them-men who cannot be ignorant cf the means tihit are taken to procure these nativies. And thisdon aunderthe'pretenco of law;under a licende.from agovernmeiatwrhiolI trust,will. nowy open its eyes to the nttrocities commtted under. its liaencino-a, licensing powi that' ia'adis+i'6,'d 'Bait t li?the~ mtterd6 ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872

TO TILE EDI27lS O0: TUE NORTIt.: EASTER?(L:N4Z-v. * - Sir,-fInving to: travel the Murchisnrin rood on the 2nad inst. I.emo to the new bridge of the Seven .Creeks .which is aboui 'finished. There was a considerable amount of wqler to cross to get to the npiprosches of the bridge, 'till Ithbought there would be no' da'nger after getting on to the bridge. So in; I went with the wa?gonl;le, when, eud. denly both horses went down out of sight, sndlthe kiter eomo ui Qover the bick of the: seats, end all my traps suffered shipwreck and were swamped at the bottom of the wag gonette; the hoires hAving od'iwimAl I"think I do not exaggerate much when [I state that we were in considerable dang?i-. 'Now, Sir, if our wise councillors of the 1)enalla'Shire" 'do not mean to extend the approaenes of the. bridge on the Berialla side L'thik:'it wnuld be a grnat protection to life and property if' they carefully fence in with .a gocd adbstanitial three-rail fence their beautiful ?Ar. bridge oad make a ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872

.).h, M.R.CS, Eng., Has Commenced the PRACTIC E OF IIIS PROFRSSIOAV IN BENAL LA, And may be consulted at his residence, Opposite -Mechanxics' Institute. NE Butchering Establisihment ?NIiHAEL OUSACK SAS O]?EED hisa now Butchering Estab. lishiment in Templeton-street,, Wangaratta,. MEAT OF PRIME QUALITY ? PnroCES M1ODERATE. ThýE .'BILLIARD. SALOON, WANGAItATTA. "I.JAS much plenasire in informing his friends that he has leased Mr Spearing's New BILLIARID SALOON, whsre the patrons of the game can bo. accommodated with .two first.class f.hles, fi:ted with every conveuieuce, and famed . uor their accuracy. Cigar Divan in connection with the above will Isl opened' for .the sale of -first quality Cigars, Tobacco,. Pipes and Perfumery. Chess Tables l.o vided. T. A. SMITIf. "yHEELER ?' nd WILScN'S :NbW I\l PROVED PATENT SILENT ,WQttlKINQ --' on o k - t s t i.to lm. SEMWIN.G MACHITNES At Greatly'Reduced Prices. Caution-Thq gsqat suecesaaof ? the Wheoler gld Wilson's machineo Ias produced numer...

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ENGLISH AND OTHER ITEMS. LONDON, Nov. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872

ENGLISH AND OTHEt ITEMSO ' (FloM Tait DAILY TELEGRAPIl:) . IoxooN, Nov. J6. I I fle ship Royal Adolaid., bound for Syd -ney, has been wrecked at Portland. All on boid weore saved with the exception of thlrei. iThe ship Calcutta has twict returned to Plymouth. : ,The Austrllian October maile via Suez and via California have both arrived. At the wool sales, prices have-liglitly given way. Combing fleeces are eagerly comF?eed for, biut clothing graene sort at' Stract- but little. attention, -Capo of Good Iolio? descriptions' a're'.lower Theo number of toreigu buyers is increasing.. Nov 927' o?The ship RoygI Adelaide has broken up. SThe salvso p frMt seiu'veqsel 'will hbe sen ll. Terý persons in all wero drowned;:, The Nelson is o Ormeshead, having suite tained Bsome damage.-' - Ladyý Doughty:' a ?moet'material witnes in the 'I'ichborne case", is- aeFiously- ill,, and her depositions nave been talcen; Tie increased 'number? of deee?,tions from the British Army is oexitintg: attention an...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872

DE: CASTRO, :CHEMIST,': .um 3. a The noxt Mail for l4?glu??ln. the Continent of Furopea:lndi;' COhinni ,Cc., will close at Benalla no follows-'.; registered lieteos L VoVedaesd'y, '4th Dec. For n pioopeor vid 11.0t, i Fouthanp?dnu 'lhrsday De.. For ordinary'letiers v?h 1 Southraoptntl and " Do. do. do, SBrindii- ) For ie a Wpoia V0 I Do. do. - do. : N.B.-Pon*.oflice monoy ordels p.yable in thlo -'Unile'l Kh gilom will' 1.e' habtinnhle. at thisb Jftbe up to Il.a,m., Wt',dnesday,'4th Dec. ALBlI4N 0O. CkOFT, . ll. , - Poatmaster. ?a'?.otllcei Denailo, November t;, 1872. IMPOUNDINGS. SONGWOOD--Impounded at Longwood, 14th Novembor Floabitten grey iorse. JS near shoulder On'18th November Obtheat mare, light mane and tail, asn ,t r, B near shoulder To be sold on lltl"December ANhFIELD-Impoundo.l at llansfield, by Mir Duff-Trespa:ss 0 Iron grey pony horse, saddle marked, like ,11 conjoined over iD near shoulder, like 1?J onejoined near saddle . To be sold nu tlth December. jVANSFIELD-Impoun...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 December 1872

Notice of Application· for. a .Pub= S lican'e iicence • "JOI N iCAIN, ofBt alla, do hereb3) rNy, I.- give notice thantI deeireo-to obtain and will at the next Lienening'Mleetibg:apply, for a' Pub. lican's Licence for a hiouse situate:,att Benalla, 'containing six roomf,: exclusive of: those required for the use of the familyJ?: . .H.i . JOI N: WILtI"AlT CAIN. Novembir 29;, 1872. Notice of 'Applicatioli for a? Publican?ri Licence.. . _: ,.-._ PATRICK DAROYe ofBaddaginme, do I heoreby .give :notice 4that :I dsire to obtain: and will at the next Licensing Meetng apply for:. SPublican's Licence:for a house situate at: Bd daginnoe, containing fivro6nis exclusiv'e of those require'd for the itax of the famly. : PATRICK DAROt. The 20th Jay 4 Novembr; 1872. Notice- of pplication for a Publican's SPniLLIP SMiYTI, of Beealli,d hereby' 9 give notico that I desire to obtain and will at the next Licensing noetingg ~apply. for 'a Pubi lican's 'Licency~ for. a house situate at Bonalla,: containing...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

SBE N AILA SH RE cO S' HINIL STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS "AND, EXPENDITURE. FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER: 3O,' 18'72.. ee : I Exi edature. To Balance in Bank. . .. . £898 13' 5 DBy Main Road Expenditure .. . £4989 8 . Rates. .... ... £1221 14'11 ' Shire :Roads-North Riding ' .... -.. .. 18 7' 6 Dog Registrations, .. .. 15 12 6 . . South-east Riding ..847 5 10 lMiscollaneous Recoipts .. .. . .13 19 10 South:westiding : :.... . .. 8089 7 7 Licence Fees .. ". . .. TS50 50 General Acootnt . 35 6 4 2129 12,S 3629 7 3 Ox"ley Counoil `ccount undalong Bridge o' . £104: 9 00 Elction Expenses . 71 1 0 Endowment ,, . .. ' :.. 2202 17 4 " Charities- . 18, 6 5 0 Flood Damage Subsidy ,, ... .. 200 10 0 . :Lunacy. 47. 8 '1 4997164 Printing drng&o. . ..8 8 Main Road Toll at Euron £06 15 0' Auditors ' drtiing, . 1414 0 , ,. Longwood' ., . ,. 552 6 .- 0 Salariea--Troeasurer .. .... £25 0 0 , . Benlla .. .. . 888 7 0 6 ,, Secretary .. .. 250 0 0 SWangaratta . .. 27, 8 6 . ,, Engineer ... ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

TO SUBSCRIBERS. S elscribers cannot.;discontinue the paper in 'hoe.middle of a quarter. No notice will-be taken of an order to discontinue unless all money due accompaniees the order. Remittances, may be madeo in postage tamps, or by P.O. order.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

. TO- CORRESPORDENTS. No communicatlon toill unlder any. circum. i'.ances be insorted imless auntheiiiated by the roal name and address o"f'the writer, not tnece? aorily for "sublicatio)i,; but as a guarante jof good faith. - Tle are not respo?siblofor the opinions ex. pressadby correspoadente. All Coimumnications relating. to the newspaper it is requested will be addressed -to the Editor,. Private. matters only must be addressed to the:Propriotor, i?r. John Liston. ?lm- ... Z -l 4

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

The sSydney Morninqg leraid reports that Mr James To'umpson, of Terrldge?il. en thoL Castle. reach river, has forwaerdod.'o .Mr Krefit a new speries of frog, which in perhaps tho most vivid coloulred of the tribe. It is of a bright yellowish 'green above, coloured by a cro0s the upper part of which is split in two, reaching as far as the eye. Tho body is dotted with immense warts, formine spolseof green, brown, black, whit., and red. T 'hob.heaJ is very small, Iho legs short and thick, an.L the colour benBoal pale grey, with some blac'!rpot 14 is certailoy s ary strange looking. aomnphfi an, ail wll prohJly .form the 'type of an.ew gsu?e, . The distrit from which 'this snocimhe comes" Is little known, and many 'nimalr newrto seionce are said to exist there. The animal travelled some 300 miles in a tin pill. box by post, and arrived iefo in Sydney.

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OUTRAGE NEAR LAUNCESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

'1 OUTRAGE NEAR LAUNO?STON, The Hobart Town lMercury, of 20th November, repnrti that an .extraordinary outrage was com. miLted near Launceston on Friday. night. A man named. Dineen. who "I? gatekeeper on the. Taunceston and Western Railway near Rosetta. lives (with his wife in a'tentrnear the gate.- At about half-pact ii o'clock on Friday night, when Dipeen and-hil wife were 'asleep, a man, ripped open the tent and called onu, "Are you rwake 1"' ,He had q, pistol in: his; hand, and somq black crape over llhe fae, with holes in it for hie eyes. He mide the wife who awoke first, tie her hue. haid's hands, and when this was done, he him retf tied the woman's hand.l He then called to another man who was outside, but this man did not enter the teat, as it i.; aid that he is knorwn to the inmate,. The frat inan hlign asked the woman rhere the money was concealed, ihdnd she told him they had spent it all that day on Patterson's Plains. The robber then made a searoh and found a 1i note, a h...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

210, 'iJ .EDITOR. '01. 17TIE NORT -L • ASTI,.EySGiAv. ", " Sir,-Th- polling dayfor tho Eastern.Pro vince election is fast 'approachipg, but very little iptorest as,y.et srems to bo taken by eleo tors in:tho manter. 'T~ho qjuestiop who is' to be the man?,is often nslked, bga who can answer it? In would be aristocratic Wanga ratta, Sir Francis Mnrphly seems to.b..al.. in all. That little, prefix of Sir, and.thl emnpty honour of knighthood, goes a grcat way to wards influencing our neighbours in favour of Ithe wearer; but have they considered whe ther the'knight has proved himself worthy of his spurs ? Is it not reniembered how on one occasion he disgraced his knighthood by chang ing his colours and going to the Ministerial side of the House in order that he might be reinstated in the place and pay of the Speaker ship ? Fio on it for a mercenary knight. And does it not savour strongly of an eager desire to obtain more of the good things of this world than to serve his country, when we ...

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Commercial. BENALLA, November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

I I -IA.AN o oember 25. IIou r Ion ' - . 4 10 0 to £16 0 0 W¥heat,'pei hu el b i. (. 5 9 0 6 0 911.I .. 0 00 0 1 3 a?j ' do . 0 0 0 0 . 0 O utep o . O 2 9 03 0

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

t T9 ADIERTl ERS1: ( dyer aementsdanno bbe iwfithra w ore " tha temq; gxpiires for wbhiceh thoy .1iade bden ordered. In cases where the num~er of inser tio? i~s k specified tho advertisemoents will be inserted till countermanded, and charged ac cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will. be cantinuously inserted. unless a written order to stop, them is sent.

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WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. November 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

WANO4RAT1T4 COIIAIZRCIAt, RXPORT. Novernher 25. Ylic'r,liearton £1. 1£60 '0. to, kLO.6I0 0 Mobott per uinshel 0 'l 0 0, 'O'G Oite, tol 0 2 6 0 0 0 I~~rani ~ ~ I 'i - (I oLien, do-' Lb . 3. L.:o We"tcer, pex 1b. 0 0 0o 0 10 ~ggs, pet dozan 0 0 0' 0 1 0

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DISCOVERY OF A BODY IN THE BROKEN RIVER [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

DISCOVERY OF A ODXY IN THE. SOn.Tuesday afterogon Isat, between 8Sand 4 o'clock a little boy named Barklaimb the. ion of a,sidow woman living in Benalla, saw the body ol a man floating in the river im mediately behind, Craven's Hotel:. The police were at one. communicated with,'and constables O'Brien, and M'Keonie, im mediately proceeded to the spot. The body was floating close to the bank, and was soon brought on shore. The deceased was evi dently a .abouring man between 50 and 60 years' of age. - He was dressed in a kind of-brown coat, a pair of moleskin trowera, a shepherd's plaid waistcoat, and a striped shirt, his boots (lace.ips) had been recently mended. His face and head were somewhat( disfigtire'd ? 'by exoriatiohs, no doubt,• prodnced from-being in .the :water. Nothing wea fouild upon the decia'sid by E which he could hbe identified. From the appearance of the bxidy swe -should, imajine that it had been in ihe water foi some'days On Wednesday about 11 o'elook,: a magic. te...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

Notice. rI?1E following gentlemen have been appointed liy the Board of Education Members of the Locol.oolmnittee of the.uidormentioned Common Sdhool;.without prejudloo to the power of the Board to withdraw aid from, the school at any time subject to the'provisions of the Act:-' : Bealia, No. 90. PATbICOKRYtI ..N PI'untIP SatYTiI. By order of' the Bbird, B.F, KANE, Secretary, a S-ducation Office, Mlelbourneo; Decemb.or,, 1872.. To the Electors of the Eastern Province. GENTLEMEN,- At, the close of the l-ast' Election in September, I promised the large body of electors who-honourod me with their selppert, that I.would agatii seek to represent the Province whoii an opipdrtuiity offereol. ' As the* lamenteid death "of nlr: Turnbull has t .caused a. vacapcy, I fulfil 'that promise by an. nounciug myself a Candidatee. 1 have so recently statod moy opinions upon the questioos of greatest :urgency and importance, Sthat I will :content myself.at.present with saying that 1 intend as far as pra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

ifY IT 'Rr 'STEA.I FLOUR 1MIILLS .,?v ANGARATTA. AND: M'lANSFIELD, Give the hiUlest pice for WHEAT,' and a ve 'ILOUR,: BRAN, and POLLiARD for-Sale. GEOURGE GM:SH.RARPE SHAS' FLOUR; ,BRAN; AND POLLARD-ALWAYS ON HAND;. SPHEAT BOUO7I2 1N ANY QLAINTTIES, MENALLA cY ST 0E 1 Proprietor. B E •N A I, L .A. 1. m O BERTSON , Pi,'ie's Patent Double-fuirr?':ow Plough. Cultivantrs; H-arrows, Reaping and Stripping Maichines, 'and all. other kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTS. I. WALK ER, HIGH ST R.EEF-T,= MA.N.S FI-E.LD. The verLy yBest L'?pi'on: of"; Ev "i y Description, r .- G.ood St'abling. M:ELBOURlNE HI0US1E. (Late Cah and Loebe). SUMMER GOODS. GA3- A1UN begs to inform. the inhabitants of anusfield and the district that he has just received, a supply of SUPERIORI SUMMER GOODS, `embracing o ll the Novelties'of the Season, TO.... ETHER VITI '3£800 -worth of Splendid Colonial Jewellory. ' N,3.-A First.olnas .MILLINER and DRESSMAKER has been engaged.. PRINTING AND STATIONERY WARE'HOUSE R idlge *S'teeti...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

DE CASTRO,   CHEMIST, B e n a l l a.   LONGWOOD--Impounded at Longwood, l-ith Novombei, Chesanut mare. light man andtail, ata I star, F near shoulder To be cold on lith December IMPOUNDlINGS.. 'ANSFIELD-Impotunded at Mansoeld, by. M. r Duff--Trespass 6d Iron.earey pony horsy, eaddle marked, like E5M conjoined ;over'MD neari shotilder,like ,m" conjoined nearsaddle To be sold on 11th December.: fIANSFIELD-Imnpounded at Mansfield. by D M'Intosb, son-Trespass 2e 6d. Notice sent to owner - Bay horse,'strlpe ddwn :fae,, collars and saddle marked, 223 near shoulder, B2 off neck To be sold on 18th December M URCHISON-Impounded at lurchison, 16th November Blacnk mare, small star, Io near shoulder, like .7 near, oheek Black mare, bell on, soar off hind leg, M over JO near shouldesr Skewbald pony mare, MB near shoulder (writing M), P near hip' Brown mare, running star and snip, off hind foot white,-lump near hip,' like (- con 'joined-near shoulder Brown horse, small s...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 December 1872

THE: .... cP.tiU ie l .uadaya et. Fricdays.: .ý RFIDAY" DEOIEMBER 6, 1872; :. Tae Upper Chamber has long been a stumbling block in,the .woy of altluseful legis lotion. The.number of,bills that it has from time to time thrown overboard, which .the Assembly.has sent it up, -when such measures !eally weore for the benefit of tihe community iees ,bee? vory, trying: to the temper-of the people,. and1 must. have bro .embnrrasing to the various Government of the day.iy The ,e form of thjis chlmbor has been the cry raised from time to time, and yet-notlhing hai been done in the way, of effecting.tiol alt eration, althoughl tllhera can be b?t little doubt that sooner or later the power of the Council to. be obstructlive ill be curtailed: We have now, through the death of the the. IHon. 1. Tuax UvLL, a vacanpy in the representation of -the Eastern Proinco .for, the Upper KIouse; As at the time wneare.wtiting the day of nomina. ation has not.arrived we are not in a position to say who will be....

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