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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

EASTERN; ENSIGN. Sir,-The Press is the.mouthpiece ,of the ,public, and no dbubt :yo'u'will. ogain?;iras' in: imiilar casees,,eape the d whieudlusjowich has just been perpetrated' in tour Shire Coonu .cil by the notorious clqi dhi oh'w all klnow ,exists among some of its members.:, Ma;;sy .of your readers will be aware' Pofwhat:I al lude to, but ftor' genereal informatiton it may ,be stated that the Public tWorks" Committeo of our loal"biodyewere lately .directed to ;re port on a' certain eontraoti 'n the Thiiniok .riodlit(if I have bee orrctli l'form'ed) three.smembers +of this committee (without advising the fourth ?imember` or their E:Egi" neer'of iheir`. intention)l sarted. on the'le 'journey, !!.accompanied by the contractors,'! made their inspection, and then concocted'ht' invaluable dociument which" was 'printed in your last issue, and signed by Messrs Sharlrp Roe, and Blaokburne. They were instructed "todreport dii the works," .:id that only j they, did not perform that duty,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

S IIPOUNDINGBS.:: B EOEIWORTHI-Impoundeodat Beechworth:I By, horse,: ? near shoulder, spao on iorfiohad Black horse foal, no brand ... . ',, " , Rdan horse,;heavy drauight, .8 ear shoulder "o be eold ena .thJunob.,, iJ , o i... ii Grey ceb gelding, l~m,6coi ar, markedl , PF ,over; Oheenit" mare,bn had ab fistula, white: pots o'0 r 'back, IlY, noar.ehoulder, likei RY off 'hould'er 0,1:s: On 4th 0Iay.=.Tceapas 3d ea chl, ' Brown maro,etar, collar, marked, RRU noned '(the first R turned to the eoft), over gG o r EQ, s "n ear. h oulder .. ,near,rum p . ;I - . , . ,? . " j (€: Cheenut-cob geldind , ofnhipdown?'off'blnd, eg 'hite, like).( off shoulder - r. ./ Dark bay gelding, white bairs through body, side P of head wbhite, white belly, four white legs , AIM and illegible brand near shoulder, . :. On 5th May-Trespass 2' :: Dark greygelding, hind logs'white, T near neck To be sold on 5th Jione. , r L ONW(OOD-i mpno did ab Longwood, 1. t Grey. mare,' Awc.'ejonod neoar'shoulder? : a Black'f...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before !he time expires for which they have been ordered. In cases where the number of inser tions is'not'specified the advertisements will be Ieerted till.countermanded, and charged ac pprdingly. Quarterly advertisements will be aqntinuously inserted uiless a written order to top themr is sont .

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BENALLA POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 11. (Before Mr. M'Bean.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

BENALLA POLICE COURT. Saturday, May 11. (Before Mrt. M'Bean.) Ah Sick was brought up for lunacy, but as it ap.. peared he was quite sane, the inspector asked for his discharge. Discharged accordingly. Alh Sick was then charged with assaulting Joseph Dunning, at Duck Ponds, on the 7th inst. Prisoner pleaded guilty. . C Joseph Dunning, storekeeper, Duck Ponds, stated that prisoner came into his house on Tuesday, the 7th, and rushed at him with a heavy sapling, and struck him several blows, from the effects of which be felt quite . faint. The girls screamed and his' son went to his. rescue, when he also was struck severl. times,. and he then ran away. Inspector Brooke Smith here asked for a remand that he might produce Mr Dunning's son. -Prisoner had been brought up for lunacy, and he (the inspector). know nothing of thIis assault until just before the court opened.., Semanded till Tuesday. Lawrence Power was charged with larceny in stealing . a saddle at Greta'on the 10th inst. Arthur...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

TO CORRESPONDENTS. No conomunication roill under any circumn aoance, be inserted unless authenticated by the, real namio and addreas of the toriter, not neces-. aorily.oir publication, but as a guarantes of

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, May 9. (Before the Mayor and Mr Tone.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

WANGARATTA POLICE. COURT; :. Thursday, May O. i' (Beforoe the Mayor and ar Tone.) i Dr Miller was fined Ip for allowing his chlmey t catch fire. (Dr Miller her took his seat on the bench.) Michael Ryan was charged with belag' oen. the mises of F. . licohell for an unilawful purpoe't It` .appeared that the icunsed was found lurking about the stables connected with the hotel at 11 o'clock on Wed. nesday night. Ieo woa sent to gaol for 48 hours, . Carter v Miholl--Snmmons for £19, wages due as a rminan.' Mr Norton for the complainant, and Mr. ameont for the defendant. Mr Lamont applied for a remand for a week, saying that a telegram had been re ceived that Mr Mich!el would be in Wangaratta on Tuesday neat. Mr Norton said the eas had l beoii.poatponed.for. the last month. Postponed until next Thursday, with £1 las costs, on, which day Mr Lament undertook it should be heard. Braithwaite v Braithwaite-Mr lamont for the com. ploinant;'and' ir Norton for the defendant. A sum... mons for ass...

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THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF MELBOURNE. THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, ST. KILDA-ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

TIlE,, PpLC -CHOOLS c-1 MELi ITnig j GR~isARA "SOOOL L'SeeZKiLDA.5IoADnJ Englandlin this,oolony inrimitation of; the Grhiiri'i'o? ?ols" of Englandl. and was opened onaApril 8th, L858,,, It is .under tlih coitrol'otfa council, coosisiting ofthe Bishop, whoais, also president and visitor, and''nn cle- ,tive body who are eleted bythe true.tees and .subscribers :'-The ihead ninster is'; thie'ev;: J. ~B oy,...e-b, .D D fo i nl a fellow of St. John's ollege, Cambridge, who: came out from Engliand tob' fill this ]ost, he 'having previously. been head, master ?fof scn Oo Hull,Yordehire, andanotherin Jersey, Chan nol Islands. ,Hei s a sion of the late Rev Mr. Bromby, f0orO0,years vicar of Hull,; o, .a brother'to'tlle'Bishop' of Tiasmabii'i iThe school he, prospered under his rule, and :has'' .taken more honure, at the University ttan ,any other'soh;ol; Thie-ini?mbers this year are increasing, and the prospects are ve?, good. Two of the under masters are former students who have graduated in'...

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SIR DANIEL COOPER AND THE RISE IN WOOL. To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

SIR DANIEL COOPER AND TILE RISE IN WOOL. T'o the Editor of tohe NorOtheastern Eneign. S;-,-The squatters are much pleased with the tise in wool, which will help to repair the damage sustained in this part of the country from loods and droughty seasons. The woolgrowers are of opinion that Sir Daniel Cooper is the cause of this rise.in wool, this gentleman hal:ng broken up the compact that has existed for the last 40 years betwecn the consignees of wool and the brokers. Look it Sir D. Cooper's'letterin the last European Mail, as to the wool bueers objecting to a farthing bid on wool"'up to a certain price .per lb. IHow is this when ono-eighth of a penny is accepted in the .colony per lb. 1 I am of opinion that we Aistralans are ahead of John Englishman in many little things. I never see Goldsbroagh looking happier than when he receives one-eighth of a penny bid nod hammers it dons to the buyer. I am of opinion, as well as many more woolgrowers, ' Sir D. Cooper will agree to become a c...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

Ritualists must take care that their symbols be not misunderstood. The Oamaru Times says that "At a church south of Dunedin, an alter cloth of velvet was presented by the ladies of the congre gation to the eloquent Rev Mr 8--, and em blazoned on it by clover hands, guided by pious and loving hearts, appeared the sacred monogram I, H. S. On the appearance'of this, a gentleman, whose church education was yet rather incomplete, gave notice of his intention to forsake a church which permitted such 'ritualism," The good clergyman, astonished, and evidently pained said V Why would you do so I What offends you 1' Why, 'them letters on the communion table.' ' Do you know their manting 1' asked the clergy. man. ' Of courso 1 do,' replied the antulritualist; ' they mean 1 Ham avtd I and it's too much for anybody to say of himself because hoe goes to our church to say his prayers.'" A Oonnecticut lady of venaerable 'age iceived the following telegram from. her Ma..out west, last week :-" Arise...

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SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

SITTINGS OF COURTS. . ,OIRUI CouBT. Beecbhorth-=Wedncsday,26th October.': S: GEazeabL SESSIONS. : Jleechworth-Monday, Auusat 6. Kilmore-Friday, 17th May. Malfnaeld-Friday, October 18. CoonrY CouR?S, Alexandra-Wedneaday, October 9. Benalla-Saturday, July 27. Jamieson-Saturday, October 12. Kilmore-Saturday, May 18. Malanfield-Friday, October 18.

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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. May 11. MR. E. MOOREY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

MANS5FIBT! PBODUTOB OIROULaB: ** t d' REPO R. ou" per to, - .... zo 0 0 to'lo o 0 0 Hecon,.eV I .. ... 0 0 8 1 flutter (freh) per ;.;.'0" , 9 0. I1 0 bMELBOURNE PRODUoE MAKET. Meesumir N-wv,-amson, and Go' report (or. the week acding May , 1872 - Flour, per ton - .. 15 10 0 to .0 0. 0 Maize, pr bsahel ,. 0 O 0 0 0 0 Wheat, 'do '.10 3 9 0 0 9 farley,?'o ... 0 -1 0 6 5 Oat@, eed,'do, . 22., 06 0 3 0 treyPi r,..do 1. ... '0. 3 0 .0 3 4 lrao4Seed,owenoixl. do .0 0 0 0 0 0 IDo, rairr do; ...... 0o, 4 0',. 0 4 6 Hra, : -,'do., -... '0 0. 0 0 1 1 Pollard. do :.. , .0 0 .0 0,.0 "'haff, mied. pt, toa 0 0 ,o0 0 o. 0o l'otatoee, do I.... 0 0 0 0 0 0 IHCon-.per lb - . .,,0, 0 8. 0 ,0 ahms;, d6 ' .. 0' 00'0 0 0 O9 UJheese, do .2': ;-.. 0 .0 a 0 0 7k Hutterpotted.do.. 0 0 4o 0 0 9 to.,fr&ah dil1d Z.r '; 020 0 5' '0 'L; 0 I[oney, do, - ... 00 4O 0 6 Kggs, pei doien ..." 0 1 4k 0 1 9

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

LEXANDRA-Impounded at Alexandra illogble branid ricer should~erblotch near check EECHwORTH -Impounded at Beechworth ,u Un ited Shi Peun i-a n SBay hore; D loJ!halie ldi .tal d ýoflfore foot, "spo"til'erheiad. two" noar hind anda" er fore Bay horro q noagahe~iPldeye 'll lnear thigh, spot in forehead c',i r+, i;ir ], ne Bay bored, EB off shoedocr C nearshouldernear hind foot white .3 c. ` Bay marnd , lik 00 off shoilude., near fore and To ire sold on 15th Nayi L. , :' IENALL'A?mpoundod te.Benale," 25th I . April-Trespasas 3dA! n ý L1.1. :. Bayma' --, blee collar markedI near fore coronet white, off hind-legtwhite,,NM neear-shoulder To he sold og 2thC~ay.ilL' ;fi . J B-- a Beh. - worth'Shire Pound, 14lth April Black mare with grey hair's, over . over 3IJ ver Jl near ,shoulderr . To be ,old'oni5t'ltlh lay. TONGWOOV=i pouinded t1J"lofgwaod, ]ON April By mare, saddle markd. shod on fore feet, like 00 neaFbhitulder;' Fnear: thigh, like JaOoff shoulder i. li writing ) White now{qnear i cmUp...

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BRITISH AND OTHER EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

BRITISH'AND OTHEREXTRACOTS., It -is'said thiat'the!:Popeshas addressed aI letter'to~" lthe',Frd eih bielhops;, ini.whibieh he urgae'fiien t'i e?i'itie 'their" influensiecon', lie- i half ofthe Comteiit'de Cliainb6d" 1:. Pd Thiers, it iv rt'imuredin Paeis, intenils o?,raise the state of:eiege there,?urjng A?pril; , 'iTheccominmittee'on;fortifications ,ooimpleted i the studfy of the newi systein .for thse defence :ofiParis.: .?'Theipresent'systemn'of forts.is !condemned as useless." The points ocespied by the Piiisians 'duriii th' siege 'il? to .be fortified. rGeiereil'GCisejillprebent a Bill on this subject·,,,, The, expenditu'rs is t b spread over four.years; It is:expected that 'M. Thiers willidemand'that' the Assembly. should declare'the Bill urgentt' i;?'' ,:. "?sWterweidll,'ithi''odibgs ',hiii .nbo was ar.l ,been relessed from cuistody. i,' ii, The stricter, r?oruiting systemnoiy pursued tbyl Germany will,'it.is tnsaid, give, o,00QO more1 me'nt to R he'iRRierve every year,:an wi...

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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

Pubiishedos ujudosand Fridaoyo ..TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1872 Ir ever the efforts of cabal and faction were put forth'to oist a Ministry they are now being prought into requisition in full force: The de. hate which is now. going- on in the -Assembly j aon pvidence that without anythiig. like a valid reason a set of so-called representatives pf the people are trying to throw out' that Ad= pinistration which they kno'w perfectly well has the confidence of the country. They are no doubt buoyed up with the hope that sue .csswill attend their machinations, and that no dissolution ,being granted' Mr. Faan.ceswith his co-adventurers will' be allowed 'to enjoy I ho, sweets of office. Talk of; f' unholy alli "aonces," whichis so continually thrown in the teeth of the present Government, its com bInation of poseessing any incongruous ele tneata is nothing ?oippared to the union, bo •toeentte Protpotionistq Mr. Facrcs and the great, Riottle, of Frep-trede, Mr. Lur?Tom.' The fpppsitton; whiqe now seco...

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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. May 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

WvANGRAitTTA c0O1[EBC IAcl Rl''PORT. ,flour, par,ton i B1 0 0 to £1.5 0 0 Whea, per oubol ... -0 6 0 0 Hts, ' do 0 0 0 0 2 6 J*?m, do ..- 0 0 O O 1.? O pdlard, do 0 0 0 Iutter, per lb ... 0 0 0 0 -eggs, pert 40o8 ., 0 0 0 *: 1 0 v ' .. *.AM-SY---»»™- BBMni.Mf ^*T 13S I·' ,,lour, p ton ...£14 ) 0 1o615 0 0 tVhebs, p<r'buohol :, ro 0 0) .( 0 4 10 FORA 0o "'0 0o ' u1 0 Poljat do .'!O 0 00 " rts ·? .1 :^ .0.d

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

V .I.QORIA , TE.AM FL ,OUR .MIrLL S. ,. .VANGAT, : AND A NSFIELD Give t . hig hos prico fo? WI A.T,': d, an voe 1,LOUI,. BRAN, aud POiLBARD. for 8al MEL B 1UBE HOUSE E - V . . Xn 1 " .' . ,(.',_late Cale a nd .l ob ec). :_., . - I: ::: ··1 . . ... . a. , . ,;:: . . - . .. . . ," . . . .- . ! ".ý' ply. of BUPEKIO: R SUMicME,' GOODS, .embracing all the .Novelties o theo Seaon, 8:':,I: : £300 w?orth of Splendid i Colonial Iweollory: ,, N.?N.B.- A Firt.elass M1ILLINER and, DRESSMALKERhas een c engaged., T?e? very Best- Lquors of E ve, y Description, Good StabLiiig : :: EO E SE, L sc:f:. .. ...: , TOGETHER'41A . . STEAM FLOUR 1IELILS BENA'LLA, HAS FLOUR, IBRAN AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON HAND. PIEAT % BOUGill IN ANY" QUAN2'TIES.' . . ... . . ..d : . . . .. . G-.E .O. E S' R P E, i BENA?LLA ,STEAM SAW MILLS , T11E above Saw Mills are now complet and in full working order. All,' orders' executed 'with promptitude and dispatch. J: C. . UM MER , ' , PR. 0. P I E T 0 R. PRINTING AND STATIONERY WARE...

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VIOLET TOWN POLICE COURT. Friday, May 10. (Before Mr. Gall.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 May 1872

VIOLET TOWN POLICE COURT. Friday, May 10. (Before Mr. Gall.) John Horofall, charged with being drunk and disor- derly in a public place at Euroa, pleaded guilty, and was fined 5s, and costs 10s for hire of spring cart, or 48 hours in the lock-up. John Purdy, charged with horse stealing, pleaded not guilty, as the prosecutor, Jeremiah Coonan, had given his wife permission to use the horse. Jeremiah Coonan, a labourer at Violet Town, sworn, said.-I remember the 24th March. I rode the mare now outside the court on that day. The mare is branded SS off neck, S off shoulder, like 4 near shoulder. I turned the mare into Rodgers's paddock, Tallarook Flat. I missed her on or about the 5th April. This is the first time I have seen her since I lost her. I did not lend the mare to the prisoner. I do not know him. I value her at £3 10s. By the Bench.-I gave Purdy's wife leave to use the mare. I could not say if it was before or after I lost the mare that I gave Purdy's wife leave to use her. Can...

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BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 14. (Before Messrs Butler, P.M., M'Bean, and M'Kellar.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

BENALLA POLICE COURT. , Tuesday, Mhay 14. (DBfore Messrs But'or, P.M., ?tDean, and MI'lellar.) "Iawieh&e Power, charged on remand with stealing a saddle at Greta on the 9th inst, was again placed in the Arthur Walker, having boost sworn, heard his oe0. decn read over,'aind swore to its correctness. (This evidence was published in full in our last.) 1.0. Flood, sworn-From information.received I secarched for a horse belonging to Arthur -Walker, who gave me a description of the man he saw with his. saddle. Saw the prisoner with the saddle and took him into custody. Prisoner, in reply to the Bench, said he was drunk,. and that was the only reason why he stole the saddle. The Beach said that as a lame defence, and sen tenced the prisoner to three months in Beechworth Gaol, with hard labour. - Ah Sick was charged on remand with assaulting Mr Dunning, of tho Duck Ponds. The Bench asked if prisoner undcrstood English, and Sergeant Whelan said ho did, but Mr "Butler noticed that he ...

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EVAPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

EVAPORATIONl. ito glorious fight -a glorious ash. d-tumble; it took place in the Council Chaimbers, Denalln, on Wednesdaylast. The combitantshre both well know'n to fame on the "Coburg Pet" and the !' Menagerie. keeper," and were ably seconded-the 'Diminutiveo Commercinl" doing duty fo ,the "Pet,": whilo. the "Long Chap" sponged down "Menagerie." 'After some preliminary vocabulary between the combatants, the Pet made a rush at his aitagonist,: who met him with aright-hander on the left cheek and' then closed; first blood to the Menagerioe. - On time being called, they both rushed in hobet and jostled and rushed to the window, through which the Menagerie put his head, and the Pet, feeling about for him, got his finger in Menagerio's mouth and roared lustily; no one much hurt, only a window broken; After some more vocabulary, another rush was made, which ended in the Pet, who does not understand engineering, finding his level on the floor instead of Nunn-street. The " Di. minative" th...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, May 18, May 13. (Before Mr. Butler, the Mayor, and Dr. Miller.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

VANGARATTA POLICE COUIRT.". (.efor l r, Butlor, thed Myor,indDr. filler)' W?inamelfred Ryan v. Burns.- Straok out. Sayers v. Barrow-For £7 88 dd, for making bricks. AMr Notcutt for the complainant, and Mr Norton for, the defendant. Order for amount; execution stayed until Thursday, in order that a sot-off might be put in.. Costs, £1 Os. ross v. Bnrrow.-This was a summons for £4 8s Od for making bricks. Mr Noteutt for the complainant, and AMr Norton for the defendant. Order for amount, with £1 Os costs. The execution was stayed until Thursday, that defendant might put is a setoll, he contending that he only owed £1 180 4d. Rutherford`v. Bergin. ' " Mr Norton for' the complainant, and AMr Iamont for the defendant who was not present. The defendant was charged with a breach of the Im. pouanding Act, in having, on the 22nd April, driven a maro ,off the plaintiffs station without first givrng notice.' This case had already been before the court, Bergin having been charged by Mr Donald Ru...

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