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POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
POST OFFICE,;"'BENALLA. AL. Al.t DI!PARTURE 6r MAILS &C. * s t ._ )ails arrive From =?Telbourno, and post towns by way?of 3felbouruo, daily (Mlondays oxceptQd)n a I9,1l Intermediate post towne, viz., Donnyhrock Wallan Wallan, .Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, Seymour. Avenel,.Lo?\gwod &e. (including the corres:po!dlence froq bMlansfield, Marton, Aiex aadra, Jamieson &o.), at 9.15 p.m. W, . toen, Wangarattn, and Beechworth (in eluding letters from Greta. Trrawjngcr,O ilozy, l Doraldo, Buckland, Yackandandah, WVihgun Jah.'Rqth ergleqn, ttfiltern, Albury, &c., whence no dirqqt ragils are received), daily (ýatidays eicept!),; at 5.30 p.m. " Mhalr. Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan drn, Cobram,t and Yorrawonga. do, Fridays, at 10.30'a. ". . . Shoparton, Pine Lodge Station, Gowen. iardie tad Benalls do, Mondays, at 7.30 P;.m. S ail, close .For; ,elbou;uie, and places vita Melbourne, daily (Stindaysa e se, at. 5.1 .p.. " lItelmedlite poet; tours;, viz,,Yiolet...
THE CARL ATROCITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
THE CARL ATROCITIES. The Executive Counoil.held a meeting.on Tuesday,.and sat for bout 'three hours, andc then adjourned until 12 o'clock on Wednes. day, to consider the cases of the condemned criminals, Armstrong and Dowden. The matter was thoroughly examined, and the capital sentence in each case was commuted to imprisonment for life, the first three years in irons. The principal reasons which in duced the Executive to withhold the execu. tion of the capital sentence are understood to be the foact that the men acted under the influence and direction of their employer, who was the principal perpetrator of the atrocious crime for which these men were sentenced to death, and that they were after wards tried and convicted principally on his evidence as approver.-Sydney Empire.
KILLED BY-LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
ISILLID nB,Y L ~TITNING. Dr Candler held an inquest on Monday, at Dandenong, upon the body of Alfre. Kerr Cadle, a lad 10 years of age, who was killed by lightning on the evening of .Frldºy, the 6th lost. Joseph Oadle, the father of the deocased, deposed that on the evening in question, during a thunderstorm. he was called upstairs to asseis his son in replacing a window sueh. that had been blown in, and so violent was the wind that is took'their united efforts to keep the' window In its place. While they were so. engaged, a flash of lightning, struck the window, and witness was stunned for a moment. but recovered quickly, and found the room in darkness, the candle having been blown out. The room was filled with dense smoke, and the window was duhed to.the other side of the room,. Upon a light being brought deceased was found to have fallen back in a sitting posture in the corner, and was quite dead. Mrs Cadle was struck in the face by something, but whether by the lightning ora pie...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, December 9. (Before Mr Butler, P.M., Dr Hallett, J.P., the Mayor, and D. H. Evans, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
* NGAirTT POLICE OPURT." Monday, Dec iember1 9.; (B re 'Butler, PBeM., Dr Hallett,; J;P, ite (Before n dyor, D. H ..Evn.s J.P,) Ir frak Baiter was charged.with being drunk ind disorderly.- He pleaded guilty andr was dis F derlici Spencer was also disobarged lor the same offence. S Thomsi Newton was charged with *exposing hilspOoro In a public place. Mr Colin Gardner stated that the prolner was' in the road perfectly naked outside his store. The constable deposed to having arrested the prisoner, who pleaded being drunk and wasfined 20s or 48 hours In the. Forank Franci?Wai. again brougit before the Court, The Bench was of opinion that the do fondant was amenable, and was fined £5 or two wreeks' imprisonmoent. Bridget Jarvis v Hyam-Olaim for £10 , for Sboard and lodging. Mlr Norton appeared for the Splaintiff. Tho defendant put n a set.off of £1 0s, Verdict for X8 17P. W .A. Ieloldrum v W. Langford-lFor detention of a bay horse. Mr John Lamont for plaintitff Mr John Norton for dofenda...
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, December 10. JUDGES SALARY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
PARLIAMENT. OF VICTORIA. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, December 10.. : JUDoem arALAR BILt,. T he message of his Ebelle?q?, respe ting th? r ? Mr M1'Pherson regretted that the Government had not considered this matter more maturely, and that they had not mentioned the intended Increase of salary at the time when the bill for the appointment of a fifth judge was before the House. He did not think that Ir Fellows should be-permitted to fix the salaries of the judges. It was purely an eccident that Mir Fellows woe chosen to fill the office of judge, and a few years ago the idea of his being elevated to the Bench would have been scouted by. the House. It was not likely they would constantly. be able to secure theservices of men with the samea transcendental abilities se MIr Fellows, for gentle men of his stamp were usually not in accord with liberal opinion., and the opinions of the majority of members. He did not think. the. Government were jusitified at this late period of the session...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
¶To0 AD VIUTIERS... Advertisements cannot;be withdrawn before the time expires for. which they haero been ordered; In cases where the number of.inser tions is not specified the advertisements will be inserted till countermanded; and charged ac cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously inserted unless. a written order to stop themmls ~Rpt.-.
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
K-'BENALLA 'LSHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, December 11. iPresent, the President (Mr Sharpe), and Crs Hoskin, Little, Blackburue, Ryan, Shortell, and M'Kee. The minutes of the previous meeting were read-and confirmed, and the correspondence was dealt with as follows: From Cameron and Co, Benalla, request ing payment of balance of .10 2s, due them on Mansfield.road works. Nothing having been heard from Mr Ryley, the President said he could not see how the final payment could be made, but it was a very hard case: to keep the mien out of the money, and he tbtight they ought to be paid: They had been five weeks out of their money. It was ordered'to be paid on the motion of tho President, seconded by iC Hoskin. Prom G.. Bourke, Fve-mile Creek,.asking for a railway crossing near his residence. .The engineer said' there was a crossing -at the next section, and the application was re: ferred,to the engineer. - ýe ý tis doretsary Dis'-rgediriso _ Aid Soliety, forwarding pro petuses and as? iog fo...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
.TO. CORRESPON.DENT& No. commnunication. toill. tinder any; eircumn 'aances be: inserted unless authenticated by the real namr and address of the. writer, not neesa marily fr publication; but as a gyiarantei of geoodfaith.-:U .• 1V.e are not responsible for. the opinions ex. pressed by.correspondentsa. All' Communications- relating to the newspaper it is requested will be addressed. to the Editor,. Private matters. only. must be addressed to the Pradrietor,. Mr. John Liston, .
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, December 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EURUOPE (DB BUBMARINE TELEOEAPII.) LoNDON, Decembbr 7., A meeting has been held at Wolverhamp ton to bid farewell to the Revs Selwyn and Still, Melan.eian missionaries, the former Bishop-designate of P.-lynesie, who will be consecrated in New Zealand. The Peninsular and Oriental., Steam Navigation Company have declared a divi dend of 7 per cent. The report of the directors is farvourable to the use of Austra. lian coal in the company's steamers, but is silent respecting the mail service. The grain trade is firm, but foreign sup plies continue large. The incessant rains which have fallen in all parts prevent wheat.aowing. PARSs, December 7. The committee of 80 members' chosen to consider the Government constitutional pro posals assembled on, Monday. M. Thiers has expressed his regret. that the- constitu tion of the committee renders a partial re newal of the Assembly impossible. He will not modify his Ministry until the report is presented, and then, if hostile ...
HORSEWHIPPING AT MANSFIELD. (MANSFIELD GUARDIAN, 7TH DECEMBER.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
HORSEWHIPPING AT MANSFIELD. (MArl5FIELD GUARDIAN, 7TH DEOBusEa.) Even in this unpretentious little place, the feats of Lola Montes and Lydia Thompson are not allowed to pass out of memory with out an endeavour being made to emulate them. A fair widow has been residing for some months past in the vicinity of Mansfield, whose affections were recently sought by a gentleiman. 'The winsome widow appeared to receive his attentions most favourably, but when he was endeavouring to " screw his courage to the proposing point," certain reports reached his ears concerning his ina morata, and he desisted from prosecuting his suit. The lady having acertained the cause of this sudden change, and likewise having learned the names of those who hbad traduced her fair fam'e, came into Mansfield ona"Mon day last, and, calling at the Courthouse Hotel, found one of.her slanderers there. She immediately commenced an onslaught with her parasol on his pate, breaking the delicate sun.protector in her vigorou...
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
Pubied on TueSdays and'PFridays.. FRIDAX, DECEMBER. 13, 1872. At the meeting of the Mfrangan Lodge of F reemasone, Benalls, held on Wednesday evening, Bro. )r. Nicholson was unanimously elected WY.M. (or the ensuing year. Bro,. James Turnbull was elected; treasurer, and Bro. Halton consented, to act as Tyler pro (1m4. `iK A:deputation from the Benaila Shire CGonui cilwaited upon Mr. Ianna-on Wednesday afternoon, to pressupon the hen. member's at. tentioiseoveral lool, requirements, The Pre sident(Mr. Sharpe); and Councillors Shortell and Blackburno formed the deputation. The subjects of a Court of General Sessions, a re sident police msgiittrate,.and the unnecessary and vexatious delays caused by the inspecting engineer were those brought under notice, and theseo ere discussed at length. On the ques tion. of the General Sessions, Mr. Hanna said it.ias intended by the Government to bring in a bill to do away with the General Sessions 'districts, and make the whole colony one die. 'tr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
IMPOUNDINGS. M1URCHISON.-Impoundedat Biurchison,'16th N'oveinbeir: 1 Black minae, small atar, I0 nooarsheoulder, likei 7 near cheeke ': 'Black mare, bell on, scar off hind leg, M1over JO: near. shoulder -..- ; Skewbald pony mare?:MB near Bhoulder (writing M); P near hip a. , : " ' .Brown mare, sunning' str and 'anip, off hirid foot white, lump near hlp, liko (-- con joined near shoulder'.. .Brown horse; small star; a little white off hbind heel, and fetlock ~olarged, shod, Fr near shoulder (B .to loft) :Bay cob horse, o over MO ear .shoulder, like S over -ý'over:JB off shoulder - OlOilth'November . , " Black or biown mro;:star. off hind fetlock white,; novliiblo brands -+. : . To be sold ona18th December . OXLEY-Tmpounde Oiley, 25th Novem ,br--Trespae s , . Gd 'Cheslant horse cob, running star, like' 1K blotched over like paint C00 near shoulder,' 7, near thigh To be sold on 25th Decmber trANSFIEGLD-Impounded at ýManifiold, :by D Al'Intosh, son Trespass 2f Od. Notice sent to owner -...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
Butchering-Establishlmefnt f11iCHiEL CUSACK TAS OPENED his new Dutchering ERtab. lishment in Templeton-street, *Wangaratta. MEAT OF. PRIMiE QUALITY PoIucen MODERATE.. IHa" Commenced the PRACTIcE OF. 1315 PROFESSION Ai may be consulted at his repidence;' Oppeaoito M achanic-Institute N?Iha BILLIARfD SALO)ON, R A much pleasure in Iforming .his friends that? hei e has leed Mr ,pearing's New BILLIARD SALOON, whore the patrons of the game ecn be accommodated with two firat.class tibLks, fi:ted with every convenience, and famed for their accuracy. Cigar Divan in connection with the above will ie op.ued' for the sale of first quality Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, and .Perfumery.. Chess Tables p:ojidecd. T. A. SMITIH. % 1ilEELER and .WILSON'S NE\Y I.11. 0 PROVED PATENT SILE?T?T SEWING .MACHINES.:," At 'GreatlylReduced Ptlices. C.tution-The great succeso of the Wheeler and \\'ilsEn'd machine has. produced numerous worthlless imitation.. ' To guard bes public the Amertic ALEDALLioN TuADa MAns. is r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
1 ,vH] . . . __o S!W.-NGAI1ATTA A ND\) MSIELD7 . G E O r G E S.. P C t.: S -BENAL A 'HAS FLOUR, RN 'INDPOLLA RD ALWAYS ON HAND; ;:. h , EAT BOUE 2 IN AN. QUAe N.TIE8.. _ -sMoNALLY sin S T O REProprietoD. BA . NE Ai .B O z Agent for t Messrs T. ROBINSON and h00 ho' r Pi ie' .Patent. Double- frrow Plough. " a?utiitosa"Urr.ws'UReaping an,. M Strp D e ring Machines, and all other: . W .AK. . . .ER ., HIGH STREET, MANSFIE-LD. 2'he ve ry Best Liquor ' o'.f Ev/eS , Dhescription, 'Good Stabli'nig. MELBOIURNE HOUSE. (Late Cahn and Lebedl). SUM.U. 11ME R` R 0 IT S. . PRINTING AD STATIONERY WAREHOUSE S Bidge Street, Benallia. - . STA-TI :? e'R AN-D BO oK AT I "ELBOURNE "PBS ES DAY BOOKS, LEDGERS, M I NUTE BOKS Blank Acceptance Forms, indl Pss Books. Sne Assortment f BUTLWER'S1 .and jother .iovels at [Melboune Prices, A LARGE VARIETY OF COPY,'BOOKS Wedding and Mourning Envelopes, 'IWTAL` AND FANCY INKSTANDS. MO DAN S SILVER. PI CILS AN-D LEADS PLAYING CARDS IN VARIETY] NOTE AND LETTER PAPERS, R...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
SMELBOUR E1RoODUOE MARKET.: ct MasIbensNoyesiand Reild reporte for. the weeki etiding, December 11, 872. . T ":he.market in,hre?dstuffs still continues dull, millers; ear. uwilliao to give prices asked by: holders for wheat,andbakersonly buy in small trads. p: icels fot immediate requirements. Large lines; of wheat i,.bond:havo ohanged hands for ship ". oo.st-duering the .wak.o ? lhemarket baing thua "eased we expect.to see an. increased. demand. be-. fore long,. Since l?st-wcek sales have been made at the ,'ricos qlote below:- Flour--Bestbranda fine. sllk.dressed, £I15 10s to £LO :pcrton., trono'lCji to li 2l perlhushel; Pollard-is -41to Isle 61per bushel.. Wheat-4 10d'to 6s 6,1 per bushel. Rye-3s 10d to 4s per bushel. Oats-Milling, 3s 41 to 3s 6 ;.do. feeds 3a 21 to 31'41 per buehcl." lBarley-Engliah maltiong, s' 01 to Os d0 feed, 4s 3.1 to 4s 9d per bushel.. 0,}aizo-3 per-bushel.. Pose-3a 44 to 3s 61 per-bushel.. Messrs 31'Gats,Adamson,.and Co..reopot for tshe week! endiig.Decemb...
BENALLA LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 December 1872
B~NALLA LAND BOARD. I ' Mt"Nixon, the- Disrict Surveyor, bohe at Lands Court (for we cannot call it a board when only one gentleman participates in the tproceedinge) in the District Survey office, yesterday. It was- a wet, miserable day, but there was a large attendance of applicants, and the monotony of the proceedings was diveraifledby the sharp interchanges of the selectors themselves. The following are the particulars : OBETA. George Pitty, 7T Or Ip; recommended. e Ie . BUNDALONOG. F- !perlk Hoy ete 2O 3s i rrCommndehdC John' Marts, 320i; recommended,: less land required for roads running through the allotment. A ' , IAMBO. Patrick Hehir, 320s; absent. Lawrence O'Brien, 320a; recommended. DOOKIEI . Marianne Jane RosO, 103a; recommended, leorsroad required. -". ' Francis Fox, 109.i0r 33p irecommended, William Hear, 183a ir 26p; recommen ded Thomas Ryan, 943 Or 88p; recommen .ded' pAna Jane- Sim,45a Or 27p ; recommended. James Maher, 77a Or 17p i recommended, less road to dam and ...