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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Friday, 27th December. (Before the Mayor and Dr. Miller, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
WANGAND IhATTA.POLLICI COU T;:' " ,' - ,Y J Hi3, 7ih DeEamoe ý (Hofoer the Mayor. and Dr Mailler, J.P.) Williain' (larhoall, Thomas O'Hallorani, Charies'Williati s,John Kelly, Willian Wilianlio, .and Thomas Qooper wereo abarlgd with being. drunk and disorderly on the day of thefete, and a after an admonition from the oDooch Aere die. charged. --laddon. Edwards for inciting prisoners to. resist the police, was fooned o or 24 hours. " Saturday, 28th Deo~emhrho . •(BeforoeMr D. U. Evens nod Dr Ilallett,J.P.'r) .Lawronco BScot;; 'John Kennedy, " George A.andrews, and .Bernard Leanoi pleaided gullthy to being drunk and disorderly in a publc- place. Scott was discharged wib 'a caution, and ' the otlhers fined 2s 8d each or six hou's in the lock. 'up. -"` - '" h.*+ ?-,.ng a William Hogan was charged fith a'aling a siece of rope, - -: "-Seth" Diffey deposed" he knew, the ,prisdner, who was in, his employ till Friday las. He missed the rope produced. lie 'next iaw the role on the prison e.'....
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
t1 sigtAounu NR PRODUCE. lA'IRKtT " ; ilurs Noyes and Reid R eportt for' the week N1 endlo?i 18thi December, 1872.:- 0 The close proximity of thoe holidays ?ha at. C ponst put a stop to business. " " - Sinoe lat woeek, ,tles have been made at the ft pricea quoted belo.w-- ' Florbr.perton £14. 0-01o 1415 0 T r6attoes,.do ..' 0 0. 0' :0 0 0 Brin, per bushe ... 0 0 :0 0" 1 '1 Flhrpr, do . I ?. 0 1 6 - Polard, do ... 1 0 0-"1 3 Wheats. do .. 0 6 11 046; 14 Aye, do 0 3 9... 0,4. 0 y late,, do - 0"34,, 0. 3 5, C Barley, do ... '0.,'0."0: .0 0.i'; Rciae L do r " "'," i00'"1 ;: } 0 ,: 0.3:;i0 Aut-er.,S .-0.-i: Q?" " C h earer . . . . d o " . ' 0 . 0 " . 6 r , _ - 0 . O 8 C Iloney, do : .. 0. 0. 0 0 0 0 Eggs, per do0en ... 0 010. 0 1 2 0 the week ending December 18, 1872:- . There b:a 'eenu muderate;demand for.coalrr' our sele tc:.lsy qqitjted.r several smit lots, t bilaneuo of co?sigreunte-at £13 10 s to £1- 12r o 6 r, the prinelpal portion going about £14 10r, Diapoead f saome 3t 0 bushels...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
.BENALLA SUIIIE OOUNCIL. I ''The adjourned ordinary meeting of the s Bo 1lld Shire Council was held on -Friday, the g th inst. Tt.ere were present, the' Pre . sident, and Crs Hoskin, Blackburne, OClarke, Guppy, M'Kee, and Shortell. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, and the PresiJent called attention to the fact of the Secretary having refused an-explanation at Iast special meet ing of his absence frcm the committee meet ing which was to have been held on Thurs day, the 12th Inst., when lie (the President) and Cr Blackburne attended at the shire of fice and could not get in, and he would ask for an explanation of the Secretary's conduct, which lie characterised as insubordinate. Tihe Secretary-You had better put it as a motion, and, if seconded, I might explain., The President-I would rather give you an opportunity of explaining first, then I can put my. motion aisd speak to it. The Secretary-No. You must put your motion that I explain, and speak to it whil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
''1. LIQUID DE N'TRtI ICE, FLO iLIN.E l - Sweet as the Ambrosiql. air,. . With its perfume rich: aid rare Lirvoet as violets at the morn, hich the emerald nooks adorn; eat as gosebuds bursting forth rom the richly ladeiti'earth, Is the Ft?uatntr FLona?Itr?. teeth it makes a pearly white; "rsp Bad lovely t:the sight-;. ss assumoe a ropy'huo, - :th is sweet as violts 'b uo ;:.._.:? a*sted ?s the flowers of May; t their sweetnsis from each spray, , ineA:uo v TsFLOiaILisN. . fa . iry with its hbnd pot mystic. wand, aiei' cod from fairy'sibower "' erfumes from each flower; : is liqid gemii~o trace t?.i ., can Ibeauty add and:grace "'Such is theoFaisannT FLnriLIoE. ad-This I*' From tho'Weekly Times,- 2;th h, 1871 :-="'.bero.daroso.manY toilet articles h obetain all their colelrity from being con. y and extenivel'yadvertised.?that it makes aecesse?y when nything niew an.nd goaod is in. nd.leed"ulr tO _tLo pubhlil that' speciol sattention sahould be caled o tea-,'Tleo mo.h"weiellghtfut nnd ...
WANGARATTA HOSPITAL FETE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
WANGARATTA HOSPITAL FETE. The much-talked-of Hospital fdfo' held on Boxing Day at the, Wangaratta .rastecourse; 1 was in every way a great success.- Long be, at fore 9 a.m. the streets presented a lively' pp- si pearanco.. F6rtunately' thb weathbr was G favourabldo warmr andb right, yet not too hot, a cool breeze blowing all day-in fact, if the weather-had been ordered it could not have " been better. All throughdut the morning at crowds of visitors kept arriving from the sur rounding districts, and the streets were filled r with expectant groups in holiday jttire, waiet- " ing the first event of the day. t about l0 d o'clock the mustering commenced at the a market reserve, where Field-Marshal Tone, f arrayed in a general's uniform, was getting 6 the procession into form prior to starting. It was, however, 11 o'clock before the procession started. It would be useless to attempt to e describe individually the whole of the pro cession. First came Old Father Christmas, in a bower of ho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
IMIPOUNDINGS. AL X~\D RA-Impounded at Alexandra . .Two red ard ehiteo siters, quarter out of off ears, like TO or TO off-ahoulder 'hYilow and white heiber, quarter out of off ear, TO1 or TG off shoulder White sicter, red-on iead and neck, quarter. out of off rar, TO or 'rGoff shoulder StrawYberry cow, near ear alit, top of off ear off, like small writing L near rump .. Red and whteo steer, D near rump To bo'sold on 8th January. --BENALLA-=mpounded at Benalla, 4th':De. . cember--Preepass 3d-per head '- Slay cob gelding, black points, RB near shonlder .Black gelding, lalf circle over wellington boot brand near shoulder, 1 or 0 off shoulder. -Greycub mare, large CE near shoulder and thigh' ,. - "-\ o .Bay cola gelding, black poinie, JW near aboul. . der, 5.oner thigh, 63 off ahloulder . To lie sold on 8th January,' : 'ENALLA- Impounded at Denalla; S22d De. ...-' cember-?"respass le each ":Br;ovn draught'gelding, black points, three shoes on; JM near sahoulder "' ' "-heiinut roan mare, ...
THE BENALLA RACECOURSE. To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
. THE I 3ENALLA RACECOURSE. To the dilorn/ tie North-a?stra? n4ign. Sir,--As a very old subscriber to the above 1 thould like to know who are the riustees, so qs to oAnd out from them why the right to graze..on the racecourse was not sold byasuction this year as of,old.. Riding past the race. course the other day I also saw a number of trees had-been-cut down, with-the stumps and tops left in and on the ground. On making inquiries I 'found the. timber was being cut dovwn for firewood for the millof- the present lessee. Was permission given by the.trustees? I should like to have these questions answered .before I subscribe to tho.fund again. CURIOSITY..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
Sir t i iDDLE -AND HARNESS MAK E?` - :Bridge Street, Be-alla, ESTABLISilED 1853], Gray Street, Wangaratta. F. ?C ' - . ICHELL I . . OBERTSON, ." Agent. .fr Meesrs T` O nS7. a-- , , Piri e's Patent " Double-furrow Plougli.;: Cultivators, Harrows; Reaping and Stripping. Machines, and all other kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTS . IBEN? ALLA STEAM SAW -MILLS, IE ,abovotraw BIilols are now completo and in full worklog order. Sllod?reixeed with1 promptitude a and disptatchi. • , o v: n , : r. o , . GE OR E SHARPE ,, B . NA LLA A IAS FLOUR, BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON HAND, IiBEA2T BOUqz INA ANY QUANTITErS. PRINTING° AND STA TIO0NER Y WAREHOUSE S Bridge Street, Benda&lt;a. 1STATIONER AND BOOKS T MELBOURNE PR IC s1S With carriago added ' C 'LN`DAY BOOKS; LED G E ll , B: INUTE . O K ..,F Blank Acceptance orms., and:.Pass 'Books: A: " Assor"e??rt of .BULWER'S aaid other :eovels,. at Mobourne Prices,. - ALARGE VARIETY O' OCOPY BOOKS..' - Wdding and Mourning EnveIopos, METAL AND' FANCY INK ST...
BOXING DAY AT VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
BOXING DAY AT VIOLET TOWN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) &nbsp; Boxing day reminds persons of home and the many presents received as Christmas &nbsp; &nbsp; boxes, but our township has been devoid of anything of the kind, your correspondent not having heard of one Christmas box being pre- sented to any one. Mr. Williams, of the Commercial Hotel, had some games, one of which was a pole 20 feet long over a water hole, at the end of which was a flag; the &nbsp; party walking to the extent of grasping the flag gained £1, which was awarded to James Calnan. Some ludicrous scenes happened here; the pole reverberating they all fell into the water with the one exception named, where there was a boat in readiness for fear of accident. Afterwards a greasy pole, at the top of which was a watch valued at £2, which was won by Richard Waters. The scene of the greasy pole was very amusing, as some of the parties suggested the possibility of mount- ing on each other's...
WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
' WANGAIATTA BORiOUIG..COUNCIL., An adjoprned m?eting, of the.abore Council' was held at the Town Hall oneFriday evening. for. the purpose.of receiving the estiniites.and striking a rate for the ensuing year, There were present, the Mayor (in the chair),- Crs. Murdoch, Wilson, Dunphy, Johnston, Boyd, and Dixon. The estimates upan being brought forward wore ;discussed. Cr. Murdoch ob jected to the sum of £240 placed on the esti mates for day labour as being altogether too much; he did not believe in labourers. and earters being hereditary, and stated that there was a strong feeling among the - ratepayers in fa our of the Council letting the work by tender, and so do away with the day labour. He moved that the amount be reduced to £100. The Mayor stated that it was his intention of resigning his position on the Public Works Committee, but he had no fault to find, with them, and had he remained one of. tneir numberhe would not wish to have better men than were now engaged. § Cr. Dixonw...
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 December 1872
1ablisaed esTeudays and Fridays., TUESDAY;, EQEVBEER .1; 1872. The success of.lhe.late ftlo? at. Wangaratto, and .thes.ery.promineot;pqrt. which the Bo-. nalls contiugast tookjin the..proceedings, has led to a hope being-expressed that something "of a similar character will bo tried in Banalla next Enater. The.diloultyria as .to -lowýthe proceeds ohould be expended. It was talked of to found a cottage hospital in Blhalla, and this could easily.be. done by purchasing the old Block Swan, a building in nearly every respect well suited for the purpose. Thbre is another way.of'spending the funds if the cot tago hospital b-doecided against, and that is to fence in the reea stion recsrves. The locust plagu.e is extending. Between Eohuca and Katan.ri .it has completely de. a ided the cointtry. Itohas 'swept. the .grass offpart of the last-named station, and.awarms. of these? insects1 sto..now.,marching through Yabba Yabba and; bettween?.that: station and the £urray. Tenders woro opened by t...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, December 31. (Before Mr Sharpe.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873
SJ3ENALLAwPOLICE COURT. Tuesday, December 31. S(ieforo Alr Sharpe.) Waltrr IIyland wans harged with inhultip* behaviour in Bridgr.atreet, Bonalln, on the prer vious day..The defendant had abused his wifer calling her names. HyJllnl was fined .10a. or' forty.eight hour', and was cautioned not to come before the court again. James ?furdoch was cbargediith ,teatling a horse' val fed'at -20. near Wencrtiatte, on the night of the 27th' Decembir;' the prop ei f" f Jamts CInse. .r? ..: Mr. ?I'Donnell appeared for the prisoner, and asked for aremannd till Tuesday, as he had only just been instructed to appear, and had not had time to call witneorseos. " The remand' was granted, end the wicdeasem hound over to appearson the 7th January. : James Smith was charged with attempting to commit'arape on the person of Ann Greatrez. on the 19th December, 1872, in a hutnear Play. ford's setro, Major Plains, Sergeant Whelan prosecuted, and asked the case to be heard with closed doors.. The court having...
THE EDUCATION ACT. IMPORTANT CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873
THE EDUOCATON ° OT. = IitORTAr .OtntoULAR. Tib folldwing circulilr letter will be issued by the Governmentto all macterr of schools so soon as, the new 'Education Bill comes into operation. Early copies have bden"sbp* plied to the Press for general information : " Education Office. .,'Sir,-I am directed by the Minister of Public Instruction to inform you that thelnew Education Aot,oof which I enclose a copy, is now in operatoio, and to-request that you will for. the present continue.to ;conductthe business of your school,. - " You will observe that no fees are to be charged for instruction in the subjects men tioned in the first schedule to the act.' All children attending the school are entitled to instruction in- these ,subjects, and no child. can .be required to receive instruction in other subjects. It is not'the-desiie of the Govern; ment that the teachers should suffer loss from the partial abolition of fees, and I am directed to inform you that.the remuneration of the teacher...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873
POST.,OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL ANL DRPARTURE cOF MAILS &e0 Mails arrive From Melobourne, and poqt towns by way of Melbourne, daily (Ifondays excepted), aL 9.16 Intermediate post towns, vin., Donnybrook Wallan Wallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, Seymour, Avenel, Longwood '&o. (including the correspondence from Mansfield; Mgrtyn, Alex. andra, Jamieson &c.), at 9.15 p.m; Winton,' Wangaratte, and ' Bechworth (in eluding letters from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxley, El Dorado, Buckland,.Yackandandah, Wahgun. yah. Rutherglen?,Ohiltern, Albury,' &c, whence no dlrect mails are received); daily (Sundays excepted), at 6,30 p.m: ; . 'Mador Plains," Yabba Yabba Station, Katan. drs, Cobram, 'and 'Yorrawongsa do, Fridays, at 10.30 aim. Shepparton, Pine Lodge Station, Gowen gardie and Benalla do, Mondays, at 7.30 p.m. Nails close: For Melbourne, and places. I-A Melbourne, daily (Sundoys excepted), at 5.16 p.m. ,.Intermediate post towns, viz,, Violet Town "Euroa, Longwe...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873
-TO ADVERTISERS. Advertiseimente cannot be withdrawn before time t eimeexpiresfo-i lich- theybhvre been ordnlored In caesnwhoro the number of'inser tionsi not.spenifiel the ad ertiaemonts will be inaoited till col1ntermanded, aeid~i'furged ac cordingly. Quarterly advertisoments will be continuously inserted unless a written order. to e?op. them is. sent,.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873
TO CORRESPONDENTS: .:Ao. communication, ill. unfder any cirtim. ' On : fae, be inserted unless authenticated by the real-name and address of the worier, not necea i rily for publication, but as a guarantee of irnd faith. S PWe are not .reaponsible for the opinions ex. pressedby corroapondenft. All' Communications relating to thn newspaper it is requested will be addressed to the Editor.. Private matters only must- be addressed to the Proprietor, Mr. John Liston,
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873
DIRECT TELEGA MS FROM EUROPE (Br. SUBMARINE TELEORAPH.) ST.'*PETERSBnUo , Dee. 27. Renter denies tho:rumourswhich exist at St. Patersburg, that Lord Loftus, the British Minister. Plenipotentiary, had delivered a :note to Prince Gortsohakoff, announcing the resolution of the British Government to re frain from interference with the movements of the' Russians in Central Asia; provided: they are menacing not Affghanistan. The Knivans have invaded Russian terri. tory with a force of,9,000 troops, and'are be. seilging the ports on the Emba. Riussian reinforcents are being hastily, de. spatched to the scene of action.