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WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. December 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872

W\ANGA.RA.1'A& COMLERCI ItI *EPORT. "December lg.,, ilonr,lar ton. X. 0O. 0 to.XIO 10 o WhoiL, pr.m shelO .. 0 " 0 0 0.,. 0 Olutier per *I) 1 0 0 j' 0(:1 : B dgoz . : 0 0 0' 0 1! 0

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE PARIS, December 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872

DIRllECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUiTOP P Ais, December 14. A stormy, debate tooisk pi?ce in the An. setubly to-dny on the petitions presented in favour of a dissolutioi*, l. Gaumbetta d? clared that it was the desire of the country .that there ehould be a dissolution, and wher the feeling became universal, as he asserted it would, their position eould be iUvinoible t-le dueed the Monarchista to ea.nblish a monarchy if they were able to do so. The Duke d'Audriflet-Pasquier, from the Right, attributed all the horrors of the Commtne to the radical policy ipursueild; After.a lotg and inimated discussion, the Assembly d.e cided to set aside the petitions for a dissolu. tion, by a majority of 400 against 201 vote, by passing on to the orders of tie day. M, Thiers was absent front the Assembly during the debate.

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THE ENGINEER-IN-CHIEF INTERVIEWED AT VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872

THE ENGINEER-INCRIIEF TNTER VIEWED AT.VIOLET .TO WEN. Instructions T'o haae horses" in 'rehdiness I for Mr Iiginbotham at a fixed time on Tuesday last having. been received at Violet Town, it was decided to take advantage of ihe opportunity and interview the Enginiser. in-Chief respecting the site of the railway station at that place. A messenger was .theretqre instructed to secretly summon the householders at the west end of the town ship, but to be-careful lost those in the township proper, or at the east end, should get wind of the matter. The instructions were strictly. adhered to. Tile westenders mrustered to a. man, resolved themselves into a deputation with your own. correspondent anti his.brother eof the Beeohworth paper both, westenders-as leaders, and' they waited, but waited in vain, for the Engineer. in-Chief, as lie did not put in an appearance at the specified time. ` The selfjcoustituied deputation consequently dispersed,. leaving your humble.setvant and his brother c...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, 16th December. (Before Mr Butler, P.M., and Dr Miller.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872

WANGARATTA POLlOL COURT. " lMonday, 10th December.: (B.'ore Mr Butler, P.l., and, Dr Miller.) James M'Oavanny was charged v ilh being drunk and disorderly, and was fined is, with is coasts. John .Oliver,,bronght up on remand was charged with siiialing'cattloe:''? " Mr Norton appeared on bdhalf of the pri William Evans upon being sworn deposed Ihe resided. at-r13allann :Hl remembered tle 1st of Augusat last, H waoo camped on the Bally O'Shannassy common. ' Le was driving 37 bullocks whioli;, belonged to him. Ho saw, them last about 0 or 10 o'cloalt. Hio emissel'ayellowb?bhlock wlthawhite faei cock horns, branded SS near ribs, 11 ofi ribs, and I. on'theloffshoulder. lHe looked for the bullock on Ihe morning of the 4th; the day he missed it. -.All the other-bul. looks .were th~er., Iloenecxt saw the buillock' oil or ahboitithe 1st "November with lIr, Oliver'l: at'_Raedyf Swamp... Proceeded to, drive the, bullock.awayalud-reaohed Oliver's lhouseoiwhon i.i:s Oliver cane out and spoke to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872

VJ O'0C T I?IA., S TEA:M .FLOUR MILLS I, WANGAPIATTA AND MANSFIELD; :. :, -Give t a hii g , price for i T, A: hove I'LOUI, iBRAN, and PO0LLARD. for Sale. GE O RGE S HARP :: 3 HAs" FLOUR; 'BRAN,' AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON HAND. :! o to P . r'WIPBAT B3OUf7HI IN dNY QUAoYNTITZES T E- .Proprietor, A. ROBERTSO1N. BENA 1 LA. Agent fur -Messrs T. ROBINSON ' and CO.'S Pirie's< ,-.Patent . Double-fuerronw Plough. Cultivatoir IHarrojs, Reaping and Stripping I Machines, and all other kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTS. 1. LK ER, HIGH ST REET, -MAN S F IE IOD. The ver'y Best Liquor, of .Eve) y Description, l;' OTiH AND. C@L@HOAL . ALE, Good Stabling. MELBOUJRNE H.OUS E. (Le•ate Oahn and Loebel). SUMME R GOOD S. B '0AIIN begs to inform the inhabitents of Manosfield and the district that he has just received *a supply of SUPERIOR SUMMERi GOODS, embracing aill the Novelties of the Season, TOGETUEI WIT . £300 worth of Splendid Colonial Jewellory. N.B.-A First.class MILLINER and DRESSMAKER has been ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872

BIRTH. BROWN - On the 18th December, at her residence, Arundel-street, Benalla, the wife of Mr   Edwin Brown, of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 December 1872

SALE of Crowis Landsy Public. Auction . will be hold at Elovon o'clock of Tuesday, 24th Deceinbor, 1872, at tho.Courthouso, lconalls. The following lots will be offered : S?TOWN LOTS. : .: acnnlla, county of:Delatito, parish, of Bonalla Upset prico £8 poer acro. Allotment. 7, sec tion 10; 10, 14,10, 17, section A, Ir 32p each. lEuroa, county of Delatito, parish"of Enroa. Upset- price £8 per ncre. Allotments 3 to S , sootion.22; 1 to'5" section 23 Ilr 32p to olot, Town, county of Dolatio, ptih of Shad forth. - Upset price £8 per; acre. Allotments 2: 3, 7, 10, 11 14, section.17, la to la:lr 30 4.10p. SPE1CAL LOT. 'County of' lboir, parish of Bonallo, immodi. Soatoly south of Rutherford's pre-emptlve seootion on the Brokeon River. Upset price' £5 'per 'one. 'Allotment 1, section P, 75a Or 3Dp. Valuation £4 29 6d. Plansn?ad information can be obtained t the Crown Lands Office, Melbournoe ; and at the Courthouso, Bonlsll. - . 3; CASEY, Commissiooer of Crown Lands and Survey, ando * Pesld...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, 18th December. (Before D. H. Evans, Esq, and Dr Miller, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 December 1872

TWANGARATTA'POLICF COURT. Thurisdy; l8th Docomilr. (Boforo D. II.EyaSitn, Eq; anI Dr .Miller, J.P.') Polico v. v orough .of Waingaranto--Ulaimn for £2 ll', for mainletenarico nfan.lutnaiicl Air Norton'litedlr thati h Olunlcil the prevlous "evening decided to let the mattoe st*and over till next meeting. .:Order for tho- anoint. *Polire v Ohnrles Schuppo-For allowing hiU borae to rcmnin unprateledol . " - Conslahlel .Walah. nstted that . th defendant allowed hise liorse to runli'upjeil.-street to Murphy. atrcct, d- ai tlht it was dingeroo4 to. foot. p~toissgors: and'othlcrs on the llth of this montb. Ilned C»s. Talbotr i Met.hrtl.- Cdjoirnelorill £3.ts on or Datle. / Mof hlie--0)nio6i for £3. 19s 6d, for; gooJle no'dt lI delirvred. 'Order for the amount, "w i t !i J 0 « c " t #' . ' ._ . . . L, r * " L .: -- * JichShI Stft ' Jc.ne .usoini-Cl6nlI. for .£0. ei ed.:: ' " " . ; " * ' " " ' .Mr. Lnmont,. for.tl ( defen'ant- lr John" Kortol, fhr the cominpl'i~c nt, .taskel for ' pos . poll...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, December 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 December 1872

,DIRECT TELEGORAMS FIIOM EUROPE (BY SUBMAIIINE TELEORAPH.) LotNoto, December 18. Thulship \nnis Lisle; boufrd for Melboursne with a cargo of timber, has been attended at Dungnness. The crew were saved. In the Tichb.rne trial the proeetoqtio Rill attacpt to prove the claimant to be A4rl'lr Ortoo, and witnesses are being obtaiqed .with that view. A serj?us failure which h.es ecgrred at Mlanobh.ter. is ecauin. uneidgqess in co.n mercia. gjrcles. PAmnS, Dec. 10. The C?mmittee of Thirty, charged with the conusderation of certsai propo'als, are de bating hether, i ti?orieotion with their re. port, they willtldieusd :the question of Mi. nisiteriil respuonsibility anid the establishment of a e cind Chamber only, or recomziend to the Ass:mbly i complete etýarga in the Con atitutiuu; . A nERntA, _Dc, 19. Senator' C:olfax has rcesigoil the Speaker ship to as'ume the editorship of the ??'Wo York 213ibs ne, as euuceessr to tiwtlrtet.oracue Gureic.'

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WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 December 1872

WANGA1IATTL lIOSP1TAIA .. 'Ihe ordinary meeting of the committee of the above hospital eas held at the Town Hall. on Thursday afternoo, last. . There were present- fhe Presideit,?Messrs D. lI. rEans, A. Wilson, Dunphy, and Arohdeaoon Tucker. i The mintes of the last meeting were read and codnirned. COanEsPo.DEscE. From Alexander Aldridge, clerk of the Beechworth Mining Board, stating that, a doqation of £5 's had been. voted by the Boalrd to the Ilcapital out; of.the surplus commnons fees. Ordered to be acknowledged wilh thank. 'Acceounts amuntinag to £61 St 2.J were paied totr payment. ViThe treisurer ' reprrt was read and showed that the receip'asince the 14:h of Nowveber amotarted to £100 9s, and the expenliture to £02 8O 4.1, lesvin, a credit balanoo on the whole ,s the funds of £102 Os 8J. -A discusion arose as to whether the aceount of J.Lhn Dilay., for milki was not incorrect, and the matter was referred back to the house committee. The committee then adjourned. Bloalin, of N...

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MURDER OF MR ROSS AND WRECK OF THE SCHOONER KATE GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 December 1872

1uiItDER OF MR ROSS AND WRECK OF THE SCHOONER KATE GRAN'T. The 1FYi 7imses. 27th November, says: *".By the arrival:nf the Rosamond yesterday, fr'amOTavi niw·lnearn the sand intelligetce of the murder of 2Mr Ross, hluilder, of Levuko, o. d baoa.di'the sehoonpr lato Grant .when at Dr: 'imoud'eslIlanl; Tho particulare: are Sa follow :--At about hbnlf.past 6p.m. on the eveningof the .5th instant the canoens which had.been.trading-wereetold it was time to leave.the .isnn had sot.; 'With one ixreption theyjall left. 'The cinoe0noe htingn iastern; The white men werenow lounging ab'out tie declr,whon one of them (M'Douigall) heard a.sort of eeuflet, and looking up, saw a' stab given. ': .he.next. instant he himself was stabbed, and grappling with the native. he raised the cry of murder'. He saw Rosa run past him and fall some five yards away; ilmost at the same moment he himself was seized. n the struggle with the native he` "(M'Dougall) sucoeeded in wresting ilih knifo from him; and th.e c...

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CLEVER CAPTURE BY CONSTABLE KIERNAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 December 1872

CLEVER CAPTURE BY CONSTABLE KIEIRNAN; On Thurdhay eveoing, about half-psat 4, a rumffln entered a lit t situate abobit twor miler from.the New Township, Major Plains, 'oc cupild. by a splitter and. his' wife (a young woman aboutt8s: yeoars of age). the i°tplitter being.in.the.employment of Messes.: Playford ani Dosoyres. The rufflhu finding there was no purson but the woman intie hut it tlhe 'tmne, "lie. endeavoiured to comri?it a biutal soault on her, but did not succodl, and after 'making use of most diigustingg languag',. decamped. When the husband returned-from his work'at night, which'is two inilet from the hut, he found hisiorife (who is withiiu a few datys of lier confinement) in a most do plorable state, which prevented hi iileadving the place until the followinrg morning, when he gave information to the police. Constable Kiernan, of'Dookie, after iaarching end scour ing all possible:roada lending from the locality to a distance of 25 miles, round,- roturned; and obtaining a...

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BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 December 1872

BENALLA SHIIRE COUNCIL. % A. special meeting of the Benalla Shire Council was hold yesterday, Decembtor 2.- 'o There were present-The President,. Crs. V Hoskin, Blackburne, Shortell, Ryan, M!Kee, 9 and Guppy. Thi Secretary send tho notice' calling theo s Ipecial meeting, which was held for the pur pose of examining ilhoe' rato. book 'ind giving. instructions to sue defaulters.., d Tlie'iPresient staid thii nicting-?ihad been oal!'d becauib he and Cr.'Blackburno had been g appointdii?'i comimiitte to ei"ainiine th -ratoe I bok, and on attending at theo ofeo the Sea. rotary s a'nb'sdot iod they could not et In,ý iand heowpuldl :ask'.for an. explanation. of .thlo ' Sicretniry's condiict. c c Tho Secretarysail lie hand an eplanation to .'gie, :liut'as this was a special meeting e called for a speciallpuipose,'aad that object ii was' iot named in the notice convreing the itnsoti'ijg, th matter could not now be enter atained,,i nd stated .that an, ordinary meeting had bei? hehld incb tho ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 December 1872

'Co. Gods1LE$WOXiDEN~~ -1 .A'o, commnt~gipjcqfjqi& ru4~iIt' qu d;ycre',gln u;anlcea he ipaerfrd I~uikaf. aI(4JO.J(jgqld 6yd~ real fll a r addrea. of the. ticrrte, flat serer .(utilj or( ar, p4&liOcotQi&,, as, a,)Iarqn t.e of q ind faithA.

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WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 December 1872

WANOGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. .A meeting of the above Council took place 'oi.'Wedneaday evening last, at the Council u "Chambers.' There were present the Mayor, t and Crs Spearing, Boyd, Dnnphy, Dixon, Johneton, Wilson, and hlurdoeh. no The minutes of the last meeting were- read nt and confirmed. he 0noRESPON)DEICIC. From J,,hn Phelen, with; reference to his duties as dog ofi er. No action. -From the Railway Department, with refer et eneeAto the Brouch Statute, respecting the hi Main.. Road Toll Fund.. Referred to the 'I Town Clerk. From the Crown Law Offices, with refer. oiice to a Court of Petty Sessions. 1,to action. =:From John Crr, wvith refererne tothe sa?ne. a No actien. n From J. F. Notciitt,iskirig permission to i reot a verndardih in front of his new" offices in"Rid.etreet. Gr'anted. ? Froin' the Lands. Department, stating I lthat't is not deemed expedient to perma. ji neatly reserve the'site for baths. a It was decided to make further applica. - tin to' the department. "Fr...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 December 1872

TO SUBSCRIBERS. Siqbicribers cannot discontiiinathe. paper in tlh?. idadleo.o a quartor;! No notice will ,bi taiken of an:order.to disconfinuc unleb all imney duo accompaniea tho order. .Remittancea may be made in. postagi I'aps, or by P.O. order.

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GAS EPPLOSION AT THE ALBION HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 December 1872

GAS APPLOSIttN ATTE{tSALIION. Shortly before O o'clock on .Friday an erplueion of.gas occurred at the Albion hutel,, lourkeetreet. Some altermtionslhave lately been nmade in the dininaroim,. and while these alterations were goingon a smell of g~s p.?*rated the hIouse. Dir Cleel n?i used every ueans with' th assiesstoee of. the gas-, fitter to discover the oause of the gea ecape, hbut during the .ly it coal.l not be foundl out. Just before the gasexiplosion, Mlr Cluelanada:eomp.nied by. one aof hiis clerk., caeagied a _lighted candle aloon the pipes until they eame} to 'a clook hatning 'against the wall, and then the explosion oo. 1.curreld, Its eiffect was to hror dow'in4. sit fine to partq, .. tie. ceiling. Several persons int the rmn rteadered assistanee, and a few buakets of water put an end-to all danger. 'Upon exaaiilatioh it was found that a large nail Id a been driven through a gsepipe while the repo.ire-of Cthe dining?toim were going on.. Ye oro 'informed that tke Ieonalla S...

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Commercial. BENALLA, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 December 1872

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 December 1872

:uiifdnOui 3 rIoit u OE ARK.RT. . l ri.v orsr art im1-olloil ripop?' fur: thle we ekl; : tii 18th l l,?n.i. ler, 1t :-- ;. . :: .: : e:T'e lulltboei Ilo chui;,gein the mtuwikt aoice Slust reiiot . - ' $.' 3-00 lest inc, e'nco. fo!e« bae- '*ccu maile+ rt thie pritce ? ' birl3?1 li l h _. . . 11 n1mt t , a S Illl?t er toull 1.. 4 10 .'Olo- tIo 8 5 0, S'.tot'Sl . * . t'O- .0 . 5 U0 ' Hiltr i, .r u ;l.ll .. , U :.' _u 10 0 1 ' Iict ; . o - . 3 , . - ; 0 3 't)lter o 0 7 . 0 0" i7 'teemei, ' ,do.' .... 0 2 1 " ' 0 " 7 0( d . U U7 0. alti. du .do .. , 0 0 4 O 0, 6 . ntey, do o 0 0 0 3 1IgA, per dieu ... 0 0 i0 11 "Meir f pM'Cn, Aldatnsoi, riid Co report for Silhe week eu.iitn; December 18,1872: - Ther.e his; hle. a. goo. drm nii foe flour, pdi .. c :pa.ll for the country. Tr'ces aboutl sime as' I.?t week At our' sl- t'. lir sold some 30 tIone -iriou- braod , tlh mij ir oortioll brirging £14 li. For it ,ýiill pOtielOf ol0 unorthieru whoet Sl retr dOih 01I, slitid ordinu'ry New Zialnid I Iro...

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WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. December 23. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 December 1872

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