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Thursday, December 26. (Before Mr Robertson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 December 1872
Thursday, Deodweler 2.. (Before Mr ltolbrtson, J.P.), .William Penderville was chirgod with larceny from a dwellini. Prisoner, waes rrestol.otn I'ur. :.day by Constable ICierntan'etoween Hlteoaa andi ?l?jor Plains, with the stolen property, consisting of a'cnta;,still upon hirr; Ti'hJ .oulice niot boeitg piepared to go on tit' thoe case prisoner. was re mantdedl-till isturday. " - Patilck Farell wash eharged witll ein, dibuk uad discrd-rly on Christmai DTa..- .Ho was dit. chirgod with a ,autiuon.. 'T 'he prisoner is thue man wh asummloned Mr .W. :Cain for illeoglly d~eis ing the atum of £?17 . rhicl rcor is repotted abtove. the Court theun ajourned..
A FENIAN OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 December 1872
A FENIAN OUTRAGE. ,A man named Murphy wf& Bed at 90.Qq Octobpr 4 In a thoroughfare "tiil i nearer to the heart of the city than that in which the Kelly.Taibot affair took place. Murphy's iwn version of 'the occurrence is not yet forthcoming, but from the statements of the witneass- it appeare-.that three men, a car. - man,,a waiter, and a grooer's assistant, were standing in Great Bristin-street, at the cor. ner of North Great George's street,: and le ss than 100, yards froin'aikville.streetj when the report of firearms n wan heard. They . also heard a 6ry.of murder,". and "stop im," inmmediately after which- a man came runni6ig.down-George.stioet. -A he,resohed the corner of Britain.street the catkian made, 1 towards bim to stop him, and at this moment - policeman also appeareied on 'the scene, s . Thie runaway had a revolver :in his hand ; wl;ioh he kept pointing in every direction, and wlen'he saw thle effoit to stop him he fired-th 'carman could not say whether at himsel...
THE RIOTS AT TURTON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 December 1872
THEl:ROTS :AT TURTON'S. CREELK. The Grtps..Land.- Timesa, 21st December, . reports that ?confusion worse confounded pre- - vails at thle newly-discovered diggings on Torton' ~Oreek, and law anad order are for the - present set at complete definee. A number of the recent arrivals per Mlurray ::miners - from New Zeiland sod. Ballarat, finding all. the available ground taken up, determined to have some space, and as there was'no proba. bility of-securing it by fair means they re. -arted to foul. . Tsoof the occupants of No. 4 claim arrived in Saloon Thursday evening . to seek -the a'sistance of Mr Foster, and -a also .to communicate the faet of the riot to , Mr Superintendent Furnell with a view of procuring police protection. From one of the men in question we, have been fa youred with the followitng particulars:--A . diumber of minoralately arrived on the dig. gings came to No. 4 claim and asked the oc cupants to tape off. On this being done it was found that No, 4 were 70 feet short...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 December 1872
].DIt. IItCHAt'S SAlSAI.ARILf.LA,. AL Ple, ang Fu' mer rleve'o . ind' Spritng ,l?leic.nrl. A tIr..tite nl.d bolbhell'. E u a il quart IuttIe* at :34 U1 bvy ail it agiits and loIee~ ] p ts. Wholesaloe, -ELTU 0, GRIM. \1'AD, tand CO, \le.lbouluc. TIHl E M IX1i?-AN HJA11; .New 1iscoerry for the IUIr. A Ycery tieely pitfutord Il tirJretaing, called " 'fil Mtx11~:C. lout It:EtLWtet. aOW heintg sol, bty tost Uecntmiltt tu I Pi'tlumner. throuwthout the country at 4.01 per hlottle; is fast tupeotse ita all the old letotlek and [lyest for thd pur-. flore of changing grey or white hair to i s natural orialnal col ur, lur it will posti Irelpy ttare the hair in every c se of( greySue to itt ori;;ina conlour, without dat?oe? i', or looevjn that dii. hgreeabhe hln offeritiva itaell w.ich meaet hair pteplaratintl ofl le day I:o. This treparatrin .hta tever been known to fail in rrttorio ttihe hair to its uI'urlI cUl ut inud gloss in frttit ight to :I dtyt. It p'omaoteo growth r.i preventl thlie It...
BOXING DAY AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 December 1872
BOXING DAY':AT BENALLA. Yesterday was bioxing day in the usually quiet town of Benalla with'a vengeance. The eleotriiodl disturbiiice which-found vent in so many suicides, in Melbourneo, has been- the eause of a plentiful crop6of fights here lately. Mrr. Bugbird, of tho'?ilalway Inn, has for several years past initiated sports on Boxing Day on theogreen award immediately opposite his house, ndol this year they were repeated, with the addition of tilt-at-the.ring, 'at which" Mr. Bugbird and a nr. Cavanaghl distinguished themselves. There was not a numerous at tendance on the ground, owing to the superior attractions of the Wangaratta fit'having drawn: so many away, but if, thoere ero ;notlmaeny races there were plenty of fights, though no honeswereo broken, and as it was Christmas timeowe will'snay no mole oabout it., The first event was the 150. YAnos HAXmIcAr. .Newton, 7 yards .. .. 1 E. Harris, scratch . ..- 2 Dullard, 10 yards .. 3 This race was won easily by Newton, but Harris's...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 December 1872
JAIPOUNDINGS. ALLfANDRA--ltapounded atAlexozadra Two red and chite steers, quarter out of off ears, like TO or ''1( off shoulidr Yellow and lwhite heifer, quarter out of off ear, TO or T1 bfftlhoulder White steer, red on helad and neck, quarter out of off'ear; TO or TO off shoulder - Sirawbert, cow; near ear blit,etop of off ear off, like bmtull writilg I, near lump' lRed and whliroesteer, 1) near timp To oe oohl on 8th January. BENAL.A-I?pounded at trenalia, 4th De cemher-Trespase 3d per head Biay cob gelding, black polits, lR near shouldel IBleek gelding, half circle over wellinotonI boot brand near shoulder, O or O tffalhouldur. Grey cob mare, large OE. near shoulder and thigh ' Bay cob gelding, black.poinls, JW near ahoul der, O'near.thigh, 63 off shouldor To be sold on 8th.January. o XLLY--Impounddd at Oxloy--Treapss Ii d6 Bay horse, cob, star, near follocks white, 'lame off hind leg, many scare, small illegible over P near shoulder To be sold on 1tth January.. S IPOUN DINGS." ...
A TIGER AND BUFFALO FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 December 1872
A TIGER AND BUFFALO-FlirHHP. A tiger and buffalt :fight:ltas -jisi-taken place at Johore, in the presence of Prince Alexis. There had been created-two. rin, fences of Stout hibong treei, -no within tithe other. At one end of the ,pace h~ttwen them was the tiger, and Ut th; t other the-bu. falo, the litter: behind a drop ecene'of sail cloth; and.tlt former behind one of plank. Over'thoe-cettre place-waea platfort erected. mannedby-natives, who were appointed to raise the curiains in front of thetwoo leading performers at the appointed aignal. The Prince being ready, and the audience all eapenlntion, the two curtains were drawn up or raised, and stripes and buffatood vi.devls. The tiger seemed ·only' wishful to, immedi ately :neak away,.but the. buffalo charged the tigr-at onoco knooking- it about: dreal fully. Every endeavour was made to-rouse tihe courage of the tiger, but it aas of no avail. At last, by means of rope and pulley, the tiger wee raisrd by the ncek,-and let fall-upon t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 December 1872
~- --- --_------~- _____Lrr SA1)DLER~OSESn :rn "`"S =- i cI CHIRE:' ~a o 4p - .i- - i Sý::DI)T]) A.NI)' KIT]3 ýiIN SS M\AKLRI budt-ge Street, Bena]la,. 1iE I'ABLISII P D 183:31;- (si q S1/I et, PP angai cilia H: vi?- cirebigiCcd begs to notify that 'ili 1.has lately .II ývPiI)L THIlS BIU wizie j A\nd canll upply all C_ ustorncrs Willi Al il ':' F C M I C H E L'L Agenst I r Micsrs T. 1LOBIŽNSOY uud: COS Pin i's Patent Ilonble-frt'irrow r 'Poajlui.i Oidltiv'ators, larrows, Leaping 'and -Stripping Machines, ajid" all otlier kinds o1' FA ILMI G IMPLEME1NTS'J'?. 1SNALL:A STERAM 3SAWV-N MIL'LS, ' 11iE abovo SaLw Mills ure now compiete and in full uooking order. All orders executed with promptitude acid dispatch-. ". l0/. !JU .5131Ell:?WS-)" P Ir 0 P1 It I E T 0 R. G E E0 'R U: E. - S 1-I" t1 It P. E B EN AkLL y._ h1as: FLOUII, BRAN, AND J'OLLSitI) ALWAYS ON HAND: WIf1IEAT BOUGf2IJ. LV JI QUANTIJTIES.S, PRINTING ,.AND CSTATIONERY. WAREHOUSE I1 ndye' '§'treet, .flenalla.'. STATO1 YNER, AND ...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, December 24. (Before Mr. Butler, P.M., and Mr M'Bean, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 December 1872
BiENALLA POLICE. OUaU. ' Tueeday., December 24.. 0tfore Mr Bitler; P.M., and Air M'Boea, J.P.) ?namemi Smlth.o'dlirged?Wlth oessult withan. `.tent to commit a rape, was remanded for:eight day.o . Martin Murphy for being drunk and dis &nbsp; orderly, was sentenced to three days imprisonment. Sie"nti Witherow, for iontulingl behaviouri was fined lOl,,or.f4 hour. " a W, - e Stllcha'l Conly , aas DouIharty; aofasWi,,antr, chanred Milk allialiue a .uht llocket.anl. chaino, •wa rtemanded for.eright dy.".. Air; Mtol eiy V" n..Eva?s, far evneion of toll at the Eurc.atollgate. Alicoheel ,oloney, the roll lersee, proved the eyanion, and a fiue ans in Sflicted'of 40s, with'.?56 ote.. - .: Sme v Wrm Evans, for name offence.. Fined 101, and £lll osta.P.. J.Jo10 nston. v F. M"Oormnok, for unlawful assault.. Fined 20e and' £1"''iOd coats. D. Lindsay v.11.I Rogere--Debt, £1 9 2d. ,Verdoct for amount, and 2ea , co0ste.. I. Blanekbureio"v Olugeton.. No appearaenoe . Struck our. A. Dobson v .I...
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 December 1872
Puot ieure on Tbeoigdless ranPreidaynd't er FRIDAY, DECEMBER -27s- 1872. Tvn ine s n great outory for labourers in nearly o all branohes of business; and not alone is this the case atth opresont timo, but it has been observabloifor along time pasti thatthe ons of toil ard becoming leas rare nnd their sor vices correspondingly more valuable. We do not believe that a very low rate of wages :is beneficial to the general, welfare, nor-do:we see asyy alternative 'but. that of total.abolish mont to some branches of business-,should 'the wage-rate.riso any highear .A1 a matter of course,.itis only on tihe broad ground of.how' it may affect the general: good of:thae country that we can deal with this question, and it is merely; from: a desiro.to-ndvance the whole colony that we look-:at this- subject at all. Again, it is only witli tho labourer that we have todo=-the hewer of wood and the drawer of. water in the ancient acceptation of that term-since theoe-ia-no searcity appreciable in the-...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Saturday, December 8. (Before Messrs Sharpe and E. C. Dunn.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
DENALLA POLIOE COURT. SaturdJy, December 8. (tufor Measra Sharpe and R. C. Dunn.) William Penderville, brought up on remand, was charged with larceny at Major Plaits, and we. sentrced to one mount's imprisonment. , John Ruatedge: was charged by Sergeanu Whelan with carrying firearms in Danalia on Suudey, the 92nd December, and wsu aned £t, qnd s costs, or one week's imprisonment. Edward Newton we* charged with the same offence, and. was dealt with slmilarly. Robert Blsckburno v Charles Ad.,mv-for £12 ID0 4d, 'aobt. Verdict for., amour, with as costs ---- v P. Ryan-For wages. Mr Pow for defendant. 'Tbe cae was dismissed witehoet prejudice. , 'the Court then adjourned.
SUICIDE OF CAPTAIN GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
SUICIDE OF CAPTAIN GRAY.?' The intelligence of the suicide ot the greatly-respected captain of the Great Britain steamer wee communicated by telegram last night at a late hour, and the news spread rapidly through the city. In the places of public resort all other topics were forgotten, and it seemed as though every one had loft a personal fried, the lamented gentleman being known either personally or by reputation to every man in the city. Captain Gray was a native of Shetland, and first came out to Victoria in 1852 as third o8fler on board the ship with which his name has ever sinee I been associated. At that time she was com manded by Captain Matthews, 'but two voyages afterwards she was in charge of Cap. tain Gray, who, for a period of nearly 20 years, has continued to proseate theose aim at charmed voyages, fir which there isin paral lel In the history of round the-world naviga tion. It may be that when some of the steam lships which have recently been edded to the 'Australian l...
DISTRESSING DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
DISTRhSSING DI TIf. The ,.-4A. Reyister repnrts that " late on the night of 'l'uesday, 17th Dueember, a messenger arrived at Melrose from the Beroota Station, distant 16 miles from Mount Remarkable, with the information that the body. of John Griffths had been found., about nine miles on the Stirling side of the., station, after hevint? apparently been dead - for two or three days. He had been to Port Augusta on business, and as he did not re turn when expected his wife with another woman started to see if they oould find him. They met two boys and asked if they had seen Griffiths. One of the lada replied, No, we have not 'seen Orift!ils, but there is a dead man under the, tree over.yonder; I don't think that is him.' Upon going to the spot the poor disteased woman found her husband with his eyes picked out. Tho de ceased was an employl on the Baroota Sta. tion."
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE BERLIN, Dec. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE S(r eurMAniux Tm&eoAprn.) BEnLIx, Dec. 4. . An Imperial rercript relieves Prince Bis., merck from the Premierhip, but requires that he shall still continue to confer with the. Emperor on Imperial matters, and on quel. tions of foreign policy ; he still retains a seat in the Cabinet Counoil. RoMe, Dec. 24. The Pope, in aý:d4 siog a&lt;deputaiof" )2 cardinals, alluded to the continued perse. cution of the Church, and especially in-Italy. He strongly asailed Germany, where, he said, pitfllsl were laid ant violence and. ealumny employed in order to destroy the. Church. PAIse, Dec.' 4. A bill, haviin for its objeol the restitution. of the Orleans property, has pissed the As. sembly. ITATLY, De. 24. The Italian Recruiting Bill providles for personal liability to servlo in the army be tween the ages of 10 and 40 years. ST. PETERnsaB o, Dec. 24. It is stated that the Kher,, haive sum. moned the rnuiliary tribes to share in the. campaign adninst R...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
Advertisements tCangt. b ..withdrawn befole tho time expires for. which: they have been ordered TIn.cncse where the numbor.of insor tions is.unb specified the advertisemients will be insorted till cosntermspded, and charged ac cordingly.' CiQuarterly advertisements will be continuously inesrted unlessa written order to stop thorn is sent.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
20 1111 EDITOR OF 7111 NORTH. EASIERN ENSIGN., SSir,-Sonie time ago I'.suggeted through your columns the advisability of the Shire Council.cleauing its corporate honour from the sluir cast upon it by the removal of its presi ent from his seat on the.local land board, by re iring from its president or from-tt land oit'no action has been taken to lremove the disgraco which must and does. attach.to the Council. It is said that a corporhtion.is that bwhich has neihoer body to be kicked nor soul te be- aied but this corporation does not even seem~to possess a spirit, or surely some of its members, would have been bold enough to lhave asked the question, "Why the Presi dent's removal?" and not permit the disgrace to stick. -.. But there is another class in Benalla to *whom,.through the unexplained.disgrace of one .of their number, a stigmaI must attach, though iot in so great a measuie as to the corporation. I, allude toithe uppeaid magil tracy. We have in Bepalla an unpaid magis tracy ta...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
.-TO COI1REAPfNDEiNTS. No, omnruncation.,wroI:u&nder any circunm aranceabe inaeerle4 u.lotg. aulheicoted. by the real name and addredq..of the writer, not nece-" s rily for.publication,. riutas a guarantee of qood failh. :~O-o.e not;responlible for. tie opinions ex presaed by correepondent . SAll Communications relating to the newspaper it is requested will be addressed to the -Editor., Private matters only must be addressed-,to the Proprietor, Mr. John Liston,