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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
VICTORIA STEAM. FIO UR ;MILLS, . . .iWANGARATT ANP MANSFIELD hii het rico for-IVHEAT and :haye .FLOUR, BRAN, N ead, for Baland BENAL , 0 ,r. ro .;II Awly 0 uR. p . 0,+" T L . . . . _'" . l ? ,iLLY SRE .N ProprietorA L . " AS FLOUR,:BRAN, A .ND POLLARD ALWAYS:,ONHAND=7 :, " '.-:' Y a h":; :i +P41 ,iT:?6o "Y; _v r. $U _ v T=ý-- . -= ... . .HOTE L',: _ . . ,. .. n .. .... . . A A. ROBERTSON. T 46 rmmew xx s we 3n" BE NAI, LLA. :' Agnt .Mlesears. T., ROBINSiON and, CO.'S _. :. Pit:e's ?Patent ' Double-furron, Plo gh. Cultivators, Harrows, Reaping and Stripping'. Machines, and all othlier kinds of FARMING IMPLBEMENTS. I. WA :L KE R, H IG H= STIR EE T, WMAN SFI E.IL D. The v'ery Best Liquors' of Eves y Description, . Good Stablinrig. MELBOURNE HOUSiSE. "L . + ,. , , 1W (Late Cahn and Loeb:e).: SUMMER GOODS. B. CAIIN bee? to inforim the inhabiants of Mansfield and the district that ho has just received a supply of SUPERIOR SUMMER GOODS, embracing ,all the Novelties of tbo Season;I £300 wor...
A TERRIBLE INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
A TERRIBLE:INCIDENT. A melancholy and faetal adeidentooeurred yesterday afternoon on the Shellback. Reef, Eaglehawk. A young lad named Turner, after coming out of sohoul at 12 o'clook, was observed walking about an old shaft belong. long to the Princess Dhgmar Company, and he was seen no more alive. He did not'at tend the school in the afternoon, nor did lis parents know where he was, or what ad. be come of him. When tle school was out it was remembered that he was seen near the month of the old shaft, and this-led; to the belief that he had.fallen into it. A search woa made, and the worst fears were eon. fired ;the body of-the poor lad was found at the bottom of the shaft, a depth of over 100ftcold:and lifeless. Information was given to the police, and. arrangements have been made to hold an inquest to-day. Be?itigo Adverlsler,. Thursday,
IMPORTANT NEW GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
IMPORTANT NEW GOLDFIELD. tMr :William Turton, attached, to the geo. detio survey, and at present filling in the minor triangularse in Gippe-" Lanud;" writes some particulars concerning the discovery. of a new eoldfibld near Stockyard Creek to" Mr RI. L:'.'IEller,'wlhich'h'ru interesting. The firetilotter is dated from, the Camp, Toddle Raiges; 4th Debember,.ir.which he says : I am just sliiftiig camp down to theo Frank Iva, iver. .I, am- at the foot of Mount PFrtigue Range.. '':I intend, if possible, when shifting down--from the : mount,; making a traverse; and putttng, in the- featurts along our track. The l'erwiu River, or the main branch of it, is not down. on the maps,' and the Franklynis altogether wrong. -' I have seen a very-fair sample of coal obtained within two minre of the "township at Stock yard, up the Moe track. The seam is said to be a good one, but from the broken nature of the country I -am atraid itswill be found faulty. -The formations of the ranges in this locali...
MURDER NEAR MURRUMBURRAH. (YASS COURIER, 6TH DECEMBER.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
MURDIR. NIAR MURRUI.BUIRAH. (rAis COUOOER, OTH DECEMBER.) ,On Sunday' last a terrible murder was perpetrated by o free selector named Stephen Purcell, his victim being a person named Delohery. Purcell, whose conditional pur chase is situated about six miles fromn Mur- t ruCodburrah, discovered a bees' neat' on his f selection; and on the day named resolved to t take the honey. He left home with an axe fdi the purpose of falling the tree,l and was accompanied by a lad about 12 years of age. On-' reaching tlie tree, Purcell aiscovered Delohery in the act of cutting it down, with t a similar intnteion to that which had brought himself to the spot. Purcell asked him what right had he to come upon his (Purcell's) lanud to fall the tree. Delohery replied that as he had commenced to cut down the tree he would have the honey at any rate. Purcell then said he (Delohery) would not have the honey,.but he might have his share of it,'and he woild help to fall the tree. After some a further words...
THE CARL HEROES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 December 1872
THE CARL.HEROES. Apropos of the recent " commutation of sen tence," the S. .Enpirs writes:-" That edi fying penitent, Dr. Murray, must feel thank ful--perhaps we ought to say shei ld feel thankful--nt being spared more blood on his crimson hands.- In any case, it is'a wretched doom to which.these men are condemned-?-h hopeless. imprisonment, to which their very previous career of free.rovers of the sea must add fresh horrors:...; Some .of. these. Cirl-men' 'now in Sydney have the real buccaneer air about thbm-wild,. reckless.looking.. fellows, who might have sailed the Spanish main with Captain Kidd,,or swept the seos with the Red -Iover or the saucy Semmes. It is not difficult to fancy them renewing the old'deeds.that made the pirate tales of one's boyhobd .so fascinating;- and there are. certainly one orz two of them it would be, to say the least -of, unpleasant to meet in the thick of a boarding fight with the black flag at thbo main.: n But the day for that sort of heroism is go...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872
An extraordinary fall of rain took place on the 30th Novembt r in Urallo. In a few minutes the streets' because rivers, and the creek a rushing torrent, while several of the hosees were flooded. The curious part of the phenor?enonn (,,bservee the 4rmnilals Chroniecle) was its extremely local lharacter. About a mile down tlhe crack a man of the name of Morris Carroll was ocaupied in get ting stone for the Church of Eugland Gathe. dral. He felt a slight shower, but not asut cient to wet him, when suddenly the water fallen at Uralla poured 'don tihe creek in a vast irresistible wave, carrying away the poor man, wie, we are happy to report, saved himself by swimming, and tossing like'play. things into now inaccessible positions the large blocks of stone quarried, many of them neighing more than a':ton:each. In the street of Uralla a horse was swept off his legs, nod compelled to turn several involunm -tary somersaults by the force of the rushing water. On Thursday afternoon a boy' named...
A YOUNG GIRL SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872
A YOUNG GIRL SHOT. :A girl, 1 years old, named Jano Sande, was driving a cart loaded with grase from her father's farm at the Sheepwashl recently, towards the Back COreek, when she overtook two men,' who asked her for a lift, which re quest was-granteot. ?Oi of them was carry. ing a gun, which he plaaed in the cart pre. visos to getting in. Iii doing so the weapon sIplhded, ans' lthe contonts .were lodged in tlhe hip of the girl, just below the crest of the ileum, inflicting a very dangerous wound. Shetwais removed-to th Ihospital, where a?,e now lies'in a critical position, the closeness of the diseclarge itaking: a large wound. ,eedrgo. I.ndependett..
A MIRACULOUS ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872
A MIRAOULOUS ESCAPE, A very jnarrow escape from being smo thered occurrcd at the Crisis Company's claim on the Durhami Lead, last week, A young man named Dunstan was working in ote of the drives, when a cap..ilece over hbbd gave way,,jamming.hina into a small co6ner. Fortunately, le was not injured. He managed-to grope about to find some method of xit, and after being imprisoned for about two hours, found his way. into thile cavity froin whence the 'stuff had. fulleir; and do. scendivng again into a sound:part of tho'drive, be gotout. IIo had scarcely time to think of his almost miraculous deliverance, when the whole mass under which he ihd passed to libeirty fell down with a thundering crash, -B?ltaral Courier.
MURDER AND ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872
MUtRDLR AND ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. A few days ago, at Epsom, a woman named Elizabeth Marohant destroyed her child by outting'its throat, and afterwards attempted' hr own life In theo same manner. It appears the woman aome time since had lived with a man named Oharles Fordbam, a groom; but for some.timo they had parted. The woman wi's in service ill the town, and the child, of which he. was the father, was maintained by her. Fordhnm had induoed her to give up her service and live with him again. 'I his it appears she. was Willing to do, and went to Sutton, where he was residing for the pur. pose. T'hey could not, however, come to an arrangement, and hoe refousld to receive her, After walking about all day, she applied-at the Queen's Head for lodgings, which were grantediher, but not making an appearance in the morning the servant entered the bod room, and -washorrified-to see the unforti. nate w?noman sitting up in bed wilth blood streamihg from a wound in lher throat, and the childi.itb...
RELICS OF THE SIEGE OF PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872
RELITS OF'THI SIEGE 'O PARIIS ' A few days sineh a miir who was digging in his garden at Rosoy, came upon a shell half buried in the earth, He struck it with his spade, whe ti the missile exploded, and the unfortunate man was blown to pieces. Another accident or a similar character o?. ourred a few? days previously at Ermont. A. dealer in old iron found among his purchases .aunell,-whicbh· being unablo:tosill? li'"pl?,,ed upon the pathwaybeftro his house, and en. deavoured. with a heavy hammer to break it up.' The shell, being still eharged, suddenly exploded, and, the mane was killed upon the spot,' his limbaibeirig torn from his body.
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872
TO -ADVERTISERS,. Advertisments cannot loe..withdrawn before the time expires for which they have been ordered.. In cases whore tho.ntumber of inser tions is not specified the advertisements will be inserted till countermanded, nud charged ac cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously inserted unless a written order to atop them is sent..
CHICAGO REBUILT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872
OClGAGO- REIBUILT. A letter from a correspondent at Chicago ,ives an account of the extraordinary rapi dity with which the city has been rebuilt since its destruction by fire on 9th October, 1871. Property worth 250 millions of dol. lars was then destroyed, and upwards. of 100,000 persons ,eore reduced to beggary. Yet dring'the 200 working days, of.eight hours between April 15-last, when the frost ended, and 1st December, it is calculated that substantial buildings of.fromn four to six storeys high wyill have been erected, at the rate of one for -every hour of that ~erind. ' he nrchitecturt, too,'of tho new city is.prin cipally noticeable for, its mnassiveness and grandeur, and the business premisesa'arogeone. rolly of larger size than those twhich were burnt down.
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872
THE. $sl-cgasttmt Musip Puolisrsrd.ia Traeadua and Friday;s... FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20,. 1872.. Many delays still take place in the delivery of goods or train and carrier.. It was bad onough to have goods six. wcks.on the road when the line was first opened to Seymour, becausedthon the ronda weroe in a fearful state, and waggons frequently stuck: for days. to. gether, but now the line is open to Iongwrood, only, 40 miles off, and the roads.good, there can be no excuse for merchandise being six weeksin transit. It is not on account of cheapness either, for a storekeeper assures ris that two years ago he was paying. but £4 0ls. per ton by waggon from Melbourne, whereas now he bhs to pay £7 per ton for his goods.. under the verandah in Collinsostreet has boon the seeen of many an escapade, but never one like that which was witnessed by many sf ur principal residents on W?dnesday night under the verandah of the, Royal Hotel, Be. ialla. The combatants-are both. engaged' in imparting inustruc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872
NEW I eutoiering Establishment. MICHAEL CUSACK: -RAS:OPENED his now Butchering Estab. S : - lishmedt in Teipleton-street, : Wangaratta, MEAT.OF PRIME QUALITY! PRICES. MODERATE.. .,D., .MR..,S. Eng.,. Has Commenced the PJACOTICE. OF.IIIS PIRAOFESSIOV, SIN -B E. N ?A-.IL .A, And, miy be consulted at his residonce, Opposito iMechanics' Institute. SNEW: BILLIARD SALOON, W-A N-GA it A T TA. 1,1AS much pleasure in informing lis friends thathe bas.leased Mr Spearing's New I1ILLIARtD SALOON, where the patrons of the game can bo .accommodated with..two. first-class tables, fitted with every .convenience,.and famed for their accuracy. Cigar Divan in donnection -withthe above will 1e opened for tho sale of first quality Cigars, lTobacco, Pipes,. and Perfumery. Chess Tables I' ovided.,. T; A. SMITIT. %V11EELER and WILSON'S NEW. IM1 PROVED PATENT SILENT WORKING - SEWING MACHINES At Greatly. Reduced Prices. Caution-The;gteat.success of the. Wheeler and Wilson's. machine has produced numerous ?.or...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872
TO CORRESPONDENTS. No. con?munication will. under, any circam stances be inserted unless authenticated by the real name and address of the writer, not necee sirily for, publication, but. as a guarantee of good faith. Pe aire nva responsibla for the .opinion ex pressed by correspondents. All, Communications relating [to the newspaper it is requested will be addressed to the Editor.. Private matters only. must be addressed Io the Proprietor,. Mr. John Listen.
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872
POST OFFICE;. BENALLA.. AiLOIVALv :A2N D :AICTURE OF - IA.IIS iC.* Mails arrive -From Meblbourne, nod pose towns by iray,of tlelboinre* daily, (Molday; excepted), at. 9.l5. Intermediate post townsl viz.,, Donnybrook W'allan Wallan, Kilmore,'Broadford, Tallarook, Seymour, Avenel, Longwood &. (including the, correspondence from Ilansfield, Nlerton,,Aicx ndra, Jasmieson &c.), at 0:15 p.m. Winton, Wangaratts, and. Bnechworth (in tlhiling lctters from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxley, EI1 Dorado, Bucklnnd, Y.ackandqndah, hWabgun ybh.'Rutherglon, Chiltern, Albury, &c., whence iso, direct mails are.rccoived), daily (Sundays axcepted), at 5.30, p.m.. alnjor Plain', Xabba Yabba Station, Eatan. el , Cobram, and Yorrawonga.. do, Fridays, at 10.30 am, Shepparton, Pine Lodge Station, Gowen. .gandie and llcalla do, Mondays, at 7.30 p.m.. Mails closo . For elolbourne, and -places vi.i Melbourne, doily (Sundays. excepted); at 5;15 p.m. Intermediate post. towns,. viz., Violet Town i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872
DE' CASTRO;, CHEMIST,. ý mu. a . E * BlNALLA--impeonded at Ilenalla, 4th Dc. comber-Trespass 3d per head . b, Bay cob gelding, black pointa, RB near ahoulder Black gelding, half circle over wlliungton boot brand near ehoulder, O or 0 off shoulder Grey cob mare, largo CE nesar ebouldor and thigLh B?y cob golding, black poislo, JW noar ehould der, 5 noar thigh, 63 off shoulder To be sold on 8bh January, . ~ ."
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872
SMElBOURNII PRODUCE, IAAIIRET: leassrs Noyes. and-Reid reporttfor, the. weekl endlng:18th.Decamber, .E72 :1. There has been no channge.inthe marklet since last report,. ' Since last. week, sales havoebbenmade at the prices quotedbelow :- Flour, per ton..,. £4:10,, Oto.4115 0 0 .otaltoes,.do ... 4ri0', 0 . 5. 0. 0 ran, peruabuel.... 0 10 0 0:' 1 i] Sleps,., do . " 0 1; 4. 0 1 6 Bollard,, do . 0 1.' 2 0 1 3 -Wheat,, do .. 0. 5. 0 0:3 tye, do .. 0 3 0: 0 4. 0 Oats : do . 3" 3 0. 3 5% erley;,. d . 0 3o 6- ti 06 3 Maize, do.. 0 2 .11. 0..3 0 IBacen, per, lb:. 0. 0 5ii 0 0 Oyu amsa,. do.- .. 0 0 0.7 0, 0. 9. Butter,. do~ 0 0 7k.. 0 ..0o 7 0arde du, ;..,.. 0- 4?4 :0. 0 6 OChese,. do.. . 0-0 4, 0 0. 7. loncy,. do ... -0 0,0 0. 0 3 Eggf, per.dcrcn *,. 0 O 8, 0. 0. 11 MIdsSre .l'Oaw,'Adamson, 'and Co report for tho.week ending. December It, 1872 : The.btoadstufls market has not exhibited much change. Flour is rather- slow of sale at- a do. cliue on. lIst,week's rates, at same time wheat Linid...