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POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &C. Mails arrive. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
POSTl O]FFICE;, BENALLA. - ~ SMpls _arrive. From Mo1bourne, and . post towseaby,wy:of tselbourpe, daily, (Mondoya ' excepted), at. 9.15. p.m.: Intermediate post towns, viz., Donnybrook, Wallas,.Wallan, Kilmoroe; Broadford, Tallarook;, Seymour,. venel, Longwood &c. (including the cocrspondenca. from o lansfield, Moerton, ,Alox and;?p, Jamieson &c.), at 9.15p.m. . · :: "W, in ton;- angaratta, 'and, Becchworth (in eluding letters.from Greta, Tarrawingor,.p0xloy El Dorado, Bucklaud, -Ypkandaudh,.lthgunvr y7lh, Rutherglen, Chiltern, Albjry, & .,whoence go. direch mails aresrecapived), daily,.(Sunnayo excepted),at 6;30.,p.m:. Major Plains, YabbR Yabba Station; Katan. dra, Cobram, and .Ypr?~riong. do,: Fridays,i t. 10.30 a.m. Shepparton,_ :Pine, .Lodge;; Station,: Gowen,. qardie. and Bepalla do, ondayse, at. 7,30 p.m.; S Mails close; For Melbourne, and., places. vi?w Melbourne; cdily (Sundays-eocpted)i,at 5.165.p.m. Intermediate. post. tpw?.n, viz,, Violet Town Euro...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
TO CORRESPONDENTS. iVoe eominonication weill under any circomn slances be inserted utless. atlhenticated by, the real name and addries of ithe ecriter, not necesc aerily for yublication, but as a guaranteeo::o good tautb. r are iot? responsible for the opinions ex. pressedby correspondents. " All Comiunications relatinf to the newspaper it is, requested wi 1 be addressead tr the" Edito;. Private matters only. mu't' be addressed to the Proprietor, Mr.; John Liston..
TWO CHILDREN DROWNED AT BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
1 TW&O iILDRhN DROWNVED AT BRIUNSWIOK. Strangely following the narrative of that painful case of drowning recorded in the nows from Otago, we havethis ioarning to tell of a case as sa nd and e fatal in almost the same words at Brunswick. Yesterday afternoon, betweon S and 4 o'clock, several children had ,one to play on the biauks of the Merri CGreek. Maggie Williams, a little girl of the company, was-wheeling in a barrow Louis, a little fellow two years-old, the son of a poor ,German named Carl Raitsohel, living in Albinnestre t. The sister of Luis, named Louisa, and 10 yeears old, was also one of the company., ,By, omormishsp .the bairru"w.got upset; precipitating "the littleo boy in the creek, which in that' particular' place, the bottom rof Albionnstrest; is some 20ft. deep. Without p moment's hesitation the brave and loving.aelter threw herself into the water to endeavour to save her sinking brother. The children on the bank saw the convulsive struggling of the boy and g...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, 12th December. SERGEANT MONTFORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.. Thursday, 12thi Decembor SEIRGEANT MONTFORT ? Mr Vale uaked if any Inquiry had been made into the statement that Sub inspector Montfort was only in receipt of sergeant's pay.' IMr Francis said he had not had time to look into the matter, but had made a memo. to do so. -: nT SLAVE TRADE. Mr Grant moved that in the opinlon of the ]ouse It is imperatively necessary in the inte. rests of hoamanity and civilisation, and as the most effectual way of stopping the slave trade In the South l'ncifio, .that the British Oovern. ment should take immediate possession of all the islands in the Pacific Ocean not already occupied by or under the protection of any aivilisoepower and in the.event of the Imperial Government dr? o iing to do. so, that their saection be sought to enable the Australian colonias and New Zealand jointly, borny'of them'sepe'ratly, to take poe. s:saeio of such islands as delenlencies. lIe a?td he felt some reluctance in" bringin forward such a motion pe...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
LI.MjLBOURNE:PRODUCOrOl E IA IKET. S Mesars aM'Cow,Adarnno, and Co report for Sthe'weeii? Iding'Dlccimb'er 11,1872:- ;, The broasdt-iff maiiket hasa'ot exhibited much a'c. ohge. oFlo'hr.i rather sloar of sale at a. ld cline onJlist w6ekolirates, at s'amo time whl?at finds purc?diseri at prices genorally .qu.ali to; and ina.few ca?res atrfle above, the .prioes' ob. S taio ,bllaibt"wicl;k; tliheowun inillaerilivti 'gsmill et ools on'hand. At our sale to.day.Kan's flour rea ised'£4 174 8d; NorthcrD wheat brought Os d.tojOi 3d. . F edie'ijraias ore quiet; qutations tnaltered. Deomind'for irinediate requirements only. * Ila. iriy priodico we havrohad onu 'iv. i"qu.:y du~fing the wcok, resulting in prTiv . -ls at iatqs exceeding.those of-last week'. anction, and the;prices, realised; to-day generally ahuwing a further iafe with an active demand, enabling.,us to clear all conslgnmeon 'to hand. Below we gI'eodetaila, iesulta of actual sales- Flouu.,perto, t, ...,£14? 7. ? to t .15.?15- 0 MA...
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Thursday, 12th December. DISEASES IN STOCK BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL` ` Thur?day, l2thDecenibe, DISEAOSs IN STOCK BILL. A message was receioved from' the Assembly' agreelng with the amendment of the Council in this bill, that the measure should only be in force until the 31st Decembor,C 1873, and until the end of the next ensuing session of Perils. ment. TEE JUDGES BALARIKS BILL. Thta bill was passed through all its stiges after some opposition from Mr O'Shanassy, who considered that it infringed upon the Conetitu. tion Act. * , - t MINING ON PB0PATP PROPETY rLL, '. t A message was received from the Assembly in. sisting upon their amnedments in this bill.. The President ruled that the House had already disposed of the bill, and that, therefore, 1 it could not be further considered. The bill was 1 thrown out. a TIE APPROPRIATION BILL. d The Appropriation Bill for the seriice onding a 30th'Juno, 1873, was passed, and 2 The House, at n o'clock, adjourned until 1 i o'clock on Tueday next.
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, December 12. (Before A. Tone, Esq (Mayor), and Dr. Miller, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
WANGARATTA.POLICE COURT. .Thursday, December 12. (Before A. Tone, Eaq (Mayor), and Dr Miller,,J.P.) ), George Jones was charged with being drunk and disorderly,and was.flned-l0s, or 48 houre' imprisonment. John Gordon was charged with larceny. Edward-Barrow deposed=-That he reaided at Glenrowon. He remembered Tuesday, the 10th inst. He left home that morning, and left'two pairs ofblnnkets and a quilt in his tent. Hie returned homoe and was in. formed by his wife that they had'been taken away. He then came and reported..the matter to the police: Hie knew the prisoner Gordon, and he had beeti pointed out as `the man who took the blanliets. On Tuesday evening about 10 o'cloolk he detained the pri soner and tied him to the ;fork of the tent. After giving information to the policeehe returned :home.. When he:tried to arrest the prisoner he.had.s very great deil of trouble, and the prisoner drew a poocket knife sand said be would die, before lie would give up the things. He afterwards cam...
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE (Bs BUBAItNE5 TELEcRAPR.) LoNDON, December 11.° The shares in theN aiionid .Bank of Nei~ Zealandd have all been:taken up, and the di rectors in their report refer to the unqualified encouragement which has been afforded, to the undertaking. - . e,. The Tichborne' 'laiinzit he as en re utrained from .ttendingg publie n?eetings,in order not unduly to prejudice the case.. The N'elson, reported uas; damaged :off Orneeshead, has again sailed for Melbourne. . 1 December 12. The exports from Great :lriain for the month of November aniounted to 221 millions sterling. PARIS, December 11. The petitions for the dissolution of the As sembly begin to asume 'great proportions in Paris and the provinces.:; The manifesto issued from the Left is extremely moderate in tone. It bears the signatures, amongst others,' of Gambotta, Louis Blano, and Cremieix.r It demands a specific dissolu ation as a means of averting dangers, and s strongly disapproves of the pressure brought...
DISCOVERY OF IRONSTONEAT MOUNT MAJOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
DISCOVERY OF IRONSTONEAT MOUNT M.' - AJOR.. ; ' ' .A splendid ionetoon reef ais been disco vered on the hills near Major Plains, -by.Mr Johnu Whiteman,.M.P.1 who is now applying for a lease of the ground., Tho existence of ironstone at thb Mb j6r Plains has- long been known, but until. the North-oastern Railway comes to Bonalla Eof course tbb richeat iron. mine would not pay; and it is even' d64btful whether the 25 miles of distance between Mount Major(the localitywhere the ironstone is obtained) and this place will not prevent the reef being worked to advantage.'. The recent rise in the price of, iron will, however, considerably help. matters. forward, .and' pos sibly convert what'would 'otherwise have been a barren speculation into a profitable and lu. orative business. For it'is-intended,' weopre aeme, to form a company to work the. mine, as it would scarcely be possible for oneolrma~ .to undertake such" an enormous concern, Mr. Whitoman came to Donalla for the purposo .of canvas...
TWO CONVICTS MISSING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
TWO CONVICTS- MISSING. I. Infrmatinn was received at the detective otfice" on Thursday nilght, that at the 5 o'elockt muster at Pentridge two men were I missifg. One is Henry Bruning, 25 years I of age, sentenced at the Oriminal Sessions, 16th August; 1871, to six and a half years' hard labour for stealing money from the dwelling of Richard OGlnvill;. the other, Adolph Rudolph, convicted at the. General Sessions, 1st April, 1870, for assault and robbery, and sentenced to five years' hard labour, and to receive a whipping. Both men were employed in the wearers' shop, and were seen about 4 o'clock. Up to half. past seven p.m. search was made in the neighbourhood of the stockade, but without the slightest trace of the abscooders being disoovered. Both men are Germans, and al Sthough not related, they are, strange, to say, very much alike, the only itern iisnwl,ich their 'fficiRi personal desoriptio'n» differ being with respect to the eyes, Bruning's being blue and Rudblolh's grey. They...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
fO 712E EDITOR =OF TI EA NORTH- -1 IASTERN °ICbS1R,•. Sir,-Having seen a book on Spermnator iloa' by a person named Hargreaves;" in w.hich appears a paragraph stating that Dr Eeaney had examined his remedies and had, iecommonded them as being the best, safest, and most innocent he had everseen, and being the only medical man of the name in the colonies, I conclude that I am the Dr Boanoy referred to. In connection with the para graph in question, I feel it due to inyself to say that I know nothing of the man Har greaves or his remedies, and that I certainly never recommenaed liim. or thein, oavring never before heard of either. I am Sir, Yours truly, JAMES GEO. BEANEY, F.B.O.S." Molbourne, Dec 12, 1872. - . .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
S" NEW, Butclb e g g41stbhishrmenot. "MICHAEL GUSACK\ IJAS OP9NED .hisnews.nButohering Estab • ,'- lishmept in" Templeton-street, .-Waugaratta , s MEAT OF PRIME QUALITY 1 Pa.?on5s.Mo: ' o.rtTe. ? N* ile3aolsNoona. M.Th jMIR .U.8. Eng.j.. Has Commenced the PA4CTICE' OF" 11ES PjOFESSIOe :' I ,N.~ E,-N.Ai. rL. A,. And may baconsulted at, his.residence, Opposite Mechanios'- Institute. 5WT BILIRI SALOON ; W, AN A.,1 A T2 A .. H A'much pleasuire in informing his friends a that heo has,leased Mr. Hpiaring's.New c. BILLIARD SALOON, whare the patrons of the tl game can bo:accommodated with two first.class d tibles,.filedwith.every .convenience, and famed for their accuracy. Cigar Divan;in connesction,with the above will be opened for. the sale of, first qsality Cigars, Tobacco, Pipesand .Perfumery. 'Cess TablesI provided... T: A. SMITH. W HEELER and WILSON'S NEW I.1 " PROVE PATENT SILENT. Yo.R: ING.,, . I SEWING.MACHINES? .r. At GceatlyiReduced Prices. '1 Cautionl-The great success of the.. ...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
TO ADVERTISERS. SAdvertisments cannot.be .witlulrawn before the tims eixires.for..which they have been ordered.. in cases whero-tho number ofinser tions is not'spceificd the advertisements will be inserted till countermanded, and charged-ao oordingly.. Quarterly.advertisements will be continuously inserted unless a written:ordcr to stop them is. sent .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
I" iMPOUNDINGS.:.:: ;,.::.: A LEXAl DRA--Impounded at. Alexandra ;- ; 'Twlo.rpd andwhite ateere, quarter out of off-ears, likerTC.orJTOGoff, bhoulder . :, - i,;.-1 ; ;. Yellowand .whitopheifor, quarter:out ooff'ear, TO orTO:6ff.shoulder., .:'. .. ., : . Whl;o steer, redon-head.,and,:neck, quarter out of ff-Tar,;TO or 'T'off shoulder, .,.! r ; -Strambecrrycow,.near :ar slit, top .fof, offa.. off, lik .6iivllf:i]riting,L near, rump j i i Iled and'whito steer,'D pear riop:a..i,,as., To' I be pldl oniloLt.Jauuary., -. : BlNALL -i' pouldded` -'at ,Ulnalla, 4t ltt c d* ib`6 Tispaie 3d per head ','; " Hlay cob goldiiin,'black polntai'RB near.r slultet Ullaek gelding, half cirledover welliigtou boot brand:liear shoulder, 0 or 0 off shoulder ' O Greys ob' iimre, largo 'O rtiear :ahouldo' "and : Bycob geldiD'g, Blnck pionis,'JW near ashoul.' der,S -Unear:thigb;h,3 off shouldcr : ToIbd sold'on 8th January.'' R'ANSFIELD-IImpounded at. Mansfield,, by S D.ll'lntosb,i?en-Trespass 2s'0d. -Notice se...
FEMININE BRAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
0b0 0011ionyl correpondenf writifngý from= ortrose, reos Tise to'?im Otlago lSe?? n ssg: .A .sod and- falntaccident happened on Sunday"(2t?th November). ,:.ThoNe: l.droen' of; Ir',Jooprl Davis -n half-casto,r iat.present iinigaea' tho bond iof thb Mattira River. a slirt:distafe frobrii'horo-four- i nuimber,' vere r okinybor pli!yla 6iin ' .habakii of'tlie rtveriraboet a platiofrom their home, when the youogesIt . . ?ii-tl -boyoged ;idot ,Ivo Years let littlo .tin; :flask ccitthi hiilo ,0s playinig' oll in tothe ?,ator. ::,.Dp ceiredby hiiloeldest' sister,::he cendeavoured to iecoveri:his little treasurebut; overbalano g'thioiself,o e'fell I?t'"tline watei''alseo.; ;His' sister, :afluir lrl f 1 f.12o 18 yerisdof ni eo imileditetilypertc9-vtviigth',e l ocidonit; rain fo ° ward,and sprang intotbo river, anhiid'sd?u ~d in:gotting thW little fellow into hoerarms,-biot: being unable'to awitimthe poor:girl with' the ittlo;btoy simnlk?"Acording to: the statements of tjiiotlie?itito little o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
. DE .CASTRO;. CHEMIST, N3~ :O·r!i- . UROlIsON--Impounded at Mfurchlono, 0th S December,-Tiespas 0i each Grey cob mare, 'tripe, hind fees,whito and shod, like J.? near shoulder LIght bay horse, black points, scar off neck, rIL off shoulder Bay horse, black points, hind heels white, scar on forehead, 610 near shoulder Bsy mare, star, off hind foot white, AM over MA. cear shoulder Dark brown horse, star, hind heels white, like ?l oearrump To be sold on 8h January,
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
THEi Pablislcd on Tnrdeijna and Fridys.. TUESDAY; DICE0IEBElR 17; 1872. Tun utiergeOn anld W?ahiunyalh people are not leavingiatoerff unturned 'for the purpose of gettingsn..hronieh lineo of railway formed, so as to:g?is--tlnom direct .communicatioi withl the North-eastern line. They have sought to muke out that' their traffic is most important, and wouldl nteru a. niagnificent percentago of profit in the outiny incurred. This is their only legitimat argument,, and on the strongth of it they ask the Odvernment to give for their exclusive benefit whatever surplus may hbe left over from the North.eastern Railway loan, and in case of this; being nil they. ask' for. a' - - larg; endowment of land to :enable a private compaby to be:formed for the construction of Sa line from th-e Springs to the Murray at Wa hguynh. The asham- character of these arguments iso upparent that we had .fully oxpecttd our contemporaries higher up the road to have expsosed them. We,.however, shall not nogloot ou...