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NEW YEAR'S DAY AT VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

NEW 'EARS' DAY AT V1OLnT9 VrT There was a quoit match between Moesrn:. Sparkes, wh beat tho champion play~r of Victoria, and Ivey Boyd, blacksmithb formirly of VioletTown, and now working on the rail way liie, for £2t.10s., l ohotes .ip; "Hr. Sparkesin the commencement of the game, hliad.io bost of-iti butMr. Iroy Boyd went in 'nd won cleverly; and it is the' general opinion that there is, not a better player of quoits infVictoria. .'A.L bet was laidbetween Mfesars. Rollaepn, Cochrane, and Hoskin to drive to Longwood in a buggy and.back again in a given time.for a certain sum. Mr. Cocl. rage started..by himself a quarter of. an hour before nine, returning to Violet Town at two :o'clook. ie' stopped at Euroa one hour, and at Longwood three quarters of an hour, thus leaving the distance at three'hours from Violet Town to Longwood. " In the afternoon there was racing to any extent among the squatters, farmers, &6..

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

- ~DE CSTRO; C HE M IS T, IENXALItA. BflNAT.LLA-Impounded at lenalla, 4th. Do. cember-Treepeea 34 per head Hey cob gelding.'hllct pointe: RD near shoulder Ulask gelding, h?Al circle over _wellington. boot : brand neor ehnuldr, Go:nr O off ehoulder Grey' cab mare, large Ol near. hboulder and thigh Bay cob gelding, hlnek-poe ,.v.JW- near shoul. der. 6 near thigh, 63.offkihonllder| Po-be sold on 8th Januany.' %Iy UOHS ON--Imp unided at Murchison, 9th Grey cob mare, stripe, bind feet white and shod. like J, near shoulder Light bay horse, black points, sear off neck, IL : off shoulder Bay horse, black points, hid heels white, car on forehqad, 1MO near shoulder Bay nare, star, 6off hind foot while, aI over MIA cnar shoulder To be sold on 8th January.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Commercial. BENALLA, January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

* 0tnrmn unl I Fleur, pe~r hn . Box1 U&. January_ . 2 WVhoct, per bueh1 U i 5 _rollrI ') 0do .3 -: Bran, do 0 O ,' Oat. do0 0 0 .2 0 .0:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

ts i "r0 . rl y:+ fA f-ih+Sr ~V :SADDLE AND IHARNESS MAKER Bridge Street, Benalla,1 ESTABLISHED 1853), r y =Stireet, Wangaratta. T HE: Undersigned begs to notify that he has lately ftE-O PEXED THIS BREW ERYT And can Supply all Customers with Al BEER. F C. MICHELt A @BER~TS@N, B.E N A I L A g1 E * 1 rs ' IM SON: add CO0 S PAl to ds Lxatent "td s . a 'f -Zvyl'i i ~ ~ PR P IETs··r:E ;~ OR. - 4''fl ori -Inirows, flPerpinc;and b Strippi wg4Nach ines, and all other. kinds of FAAPEINIMPLEMENTS 13EN i:A TEAM SAW .. MILLS , TI E&b oe Saw ill r bn compleate nd in full working order. CEORge S. S A BMPJ ST ýiMi O l R i0Ki R.Eki .:A ' il r ! L 0. d~.With -: 1r1aI adde]ed SBENALLA, HAS. FLOUR, ;BRIAN, AND 'POLLARD ALWAYS O N -HAND.. IPRIN AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE BRIduge Street, Benalla. STATIONItLA N'ID, BOOK'ST 0ELBOURNE P eddin and Pnou.rniz En·.; ope With carriage added,. IORE B IOS,- B PLAINI AND FAN NCY DAY BOOKS, LED GERS, D AND - , MIU e. 130 OKSctE-' *Blank \&cc eptance F...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

t R LDsoOU RNI6_ PItUUE MIARK6T. .. Moctte Noye trid teiRi re pott for the week edltg 18th Dermitter 17. :-.I - - The clone orozimity of the holidayshas ah . moset put a atop to :husieOs;; . ' Pince Inst week, eiaes bhve cmei inl. at the rtices quoted ho :-1t Flour per ton --.. £l4 0 :0o .14:15 0 Peottore do 0- . 0 0 0 .. ' 0 0 ,bi? perb ?hel :' 0 0 10 -0 1 1 Thl rp1t , do . 0: 1 0 Itye- do , ' 3 9 04 0: (re 4 .. 3 0 Noate;o d o a0-1 3 0 iHacon, penr b _;.' t 0 0 0 7" Ilame, do 0 0., U 0 0. 0.. Butter, ido ... 0 8 0 0 7j Lcrd, do. . 0 0 4 0 0 .0 C;eeroaeo, do 0 0 6 0 0 8 lIotney, do .. 0. 0 0- 0 0 Eggs, per.dten ..0 00 10 0 1, 2: o eirer .1Caro, Adamson, and Co report for the week'ending December 31, 1872- INi coanrquence oft the holi.ny, there has not heen'e rtbh htt?inesedolog in the Froduce markett. Pei iteherallv ranloehout the crme as last week. Heat brande et fltir Belling ino qell Pre.,. nat £14:14. upwanrt. Good snmplec of oil wheat from 6s id to 68 3., tnd 0acr y came rotc ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. January 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

W ANbARATTA1 C M3d1ERCI.(T fUP.ORT, FBlour, psr qn~ £ 18 _0- 0 to "I8 10~ 0 Ode, d am 0 2 63 o Krn, do 0. 00 0*0 1c ' 0 Pnllard o 1 3. 1 - Egg, per dozrnrr`: , 0 0 01 0

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

MARRIAGE. WHITE-ALDRIDGE. -At Violet Town, on 31st   December, by the Rev. J. Sheldon, Abel White, second son of Mr Wm. White, to Margaret Aldridge, second daughter of Mr.   Henry Aldridge.

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SUICIDE FROM ILL-REQUITTED LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

SUICIDE P1FOM ILL.REQUITTED? LOVE. The W"a?gga W1gga Advertiser reports a case of suicide by a young woman, which marred. the Christmas festivities of that dis trict. The youan woman was engaged to be married to a man named Edward Spring. The marriage was fixed for New Years Daay, and the intended bride left.her:silttatien in order to prepare for her chance in life.. On Sunday. evening' the bride elect went out to walki with her sister, andsi;'et h?'intended husband. walking with sanother girl named Anniea Hazlewood. They did not speak, but passed on the opposite side of the way., The young woman did not return to her father's house that nibht,,but, it was thought that she had gone to stay with one of her married sisters. Inquiries were made, and nothing could be beard of her.. The police were in. formed, and a search cormmenced. As she had been seen going down. in tlte directi,on of the river, Constable Cullen pushed his in. quiries in that quarter, and found a man named. Bir'd, wh...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAN DROWNED AT BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

: MAN:DROWNED AT BRIGHEITON. ;Ani unfortunate oeolrrence took place on jT'esday at Brighton. A man named Richard Warwick, aged twenty-five, went to work, it appears, on the grounds of Mrs. Watts, situated on the south road, onMonday last. In the evening he came into Middle Brighton, proceeding again to his work, on Tuesday (yesterday) morning, and at noon of that day he was called to his dinner by Miss Watts, he replying that he would'be there directly: Some little time after this, he not having put in anl appearance at the house, he was again looked for, but could not be found. On proceeding down the grounds his hat was noticed floating upon the water in a water. hole, which is some 91t in depth and 12ft in width. Two men were.immgdlttely called Ifrom a neighbouring paddock,. andthe police wete.sent for. The two men shortly.after reoovered the body of tho. man, the police taling charge thereof. Nothing certaln is known as.. to whether-the copurrence was acoidental or not. It appear...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INQUEST AT WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

F: INQflEST.AT1V 5tRIARATTArm. "An inquest was held on.;Monday last. at the IIorso. and Jockey Hotel, on the body of Joseph- Barrow, be fore Dr. Miller, the deputy-coroner. u Constable Green deposed--I know- the deceased. His death was reportel to me about nine o'clock oi Saturday. evening, when I proceeded to the houseaof William Barrow, and fonod the .deceased lying there. I found him lying on the sofa, He was in the habit of wearing a silver tube in hie throat. When I saw him dead the tube was out of histhroateand'I found it in his left.hAnd trousers pocket. I examined the body, but (ounnb marks of violence except.the mark on his: throat. Dr.- Hutchinson,,upon being sworn, deposed-I made a .post-mortem examination on the body of Joseph Barrow yesterday. There was no marks of external violence: There were two scars across the throat about ire inches long, and running into each other,and an opening in, the. windpipe, where he had been accus. tomed to wear a tube. On opening, the -w...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW YEAR'S DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

NEW YEAR'S DAY":RAGES. A very sncoesful day's racing wes .held on. ,Wednesda' on the. Benalla course, where a 'goodly aumber.of persons bad assembled dto see the- sport. F'eling. confident of success, a the stewards determined to.chargo nothing for .adinission either to. the course or the gre stand, the only help they got being £5 for booth, which wes very, well kept by' Lowe. The Maiden Plate produced 10 el tries, weight for ego, and as they started they made a capital field. , The North.eastern Handicap was equally successful, in none of the entries declining to start, and speaks well for. the ability of the handicappers. The Ttotting Race iras a miserably lame affair, and will always be so long as horsemen are allowed to canter, and trot, and gallop about the competing .horeea.just as they please. Quite a. crowd of.horsemen, followed Rretty Sally, w.ho wans leading, and.consequently. eal the others broke :froma trot over and over again.. We suppose it is.not the slightest use app...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

.:?OR LIN E. T'1E L1QUID DEnTRIFICE. FLORILINE Roset tas the Ambrosial air, tWith`its perfume rich and rare - t oeet as vlolots at the morn, Whiah the omerald nooke adorn; . weet as rosebuds bursting forth "r om the richly laden earth, Is the FiaRAnnr FLoneintLz. ,The, teeth it makes a pearly white, Ho pure and lovely to the eight; The gums assume a rosy hue, ''lhe breath is sweet as violets blue; '?Whilst scented as the lowers of Mlay, ' bVhioh cast their sweetness from tach spray, Is the FaAOiant FLoarLss. Pure some fairy with its band Csest round its mystic wand, And produced from fairy's bower $cented perfumes from each flower; For in this liquid gem we traco-e All.that can beauty add and greoe Such-is the F?tonaRe T 'LoRILNez. Bead This I? From the leekly Time?, 26th March,b1871 :--"There are so many toilet articles walich obtain all their celelrity from being con. tourtly and extenaeivly.advertised, that it makes ii nocessary whep nanything now and good is in troduced tol t;e....

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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

THE: Peieiatnl oe Teudayu usd Fridays. ^IUDAY, 3ANUAIiY 3;. 1872.. . very laughable incidenthappened on the o raecourse at lBenalla on New Year's Day. A. young man to vary the amusement thought he would try his hand at the time-honoured though illegal game of under-and.over. - He was doing a very fair trade, and began to warm to his work with the excitement of winning, shouting out "Pop it on, gentlemen; ppop it on; three to one nn the seven, and even on the under or over. Pop it on, gentlemen; pop it on." When suddenly the amateur gambler received a smart tap on the shoulder, and on lioking up to his dismay he found it pro -deded from the hand of Sergeant Whelan, who, knowing him, let the. arnptqer off with :., 'oa tion , - :TheNewi Yiar's Day sports -at Wangoratta on the Agriiultuial grounds were not so at troctire to the public as the Boxing Day fits, althoiugh a good number of persons attended, " in fact, over £4 was collected. at tho gate at 6d. each, and about 200 persons were...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

. IMPOUNDINGS. SALFXANDRA-Impounded at Alexandra, STwo irod and white steers, quarter out of off ears, S'like TO or TO off shoulder Yellow aend white heifer, quarter out of off ear, TO orTG off iboulder . White steer, red on hand and neck, quarter out of off ear, TO or 'lO off shoulder'. Strawberry cow, near car slit, top of off ear, off, like small writing L, near rump Red and white steer, D near rump To be sold on 8th January. .ALEXANDRA-Impounded at Alexandra Bay mare' star, I off shoulder andi ribs, D near shoulder iRoan bull, off ear-slit, like TO near ribs To be sold on-22nd January. BENALLA--Impounded at Be'nalla; ?2nd" De. . cember-Trespase lis sacbh'. r Brown drought gelding,.blaeol point,, three .hces on, J-M noar sh6ulder Ohesant roan mare, star, sore.p near fore shio, like LB faint over.TK nrear :shoulder To be sold on 22nd January , T ONCWOOD-Impounded at Longwood, 1ith S .December Day horse, star, near hind coronet white,.FA over AlCnear shoulder Chesnut h?brse,' stnr ...

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DEATH OF CAPTAIN GRAY. FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

SDEAITH ROF CAPTAIN; OGRAY. FURTUERT PARTIOULARS. ' When tie .'morning newspapers conveyed the inteiligenes,through tlie city on Satur day thai Captain Gray, the well-known com Smnder. of le 'Gre'at'Britain, hil committed suicide by jumping overboard whilLf on the w ay -home; it striick'a key of sadness in .atl most., every hlousehold, for. th nib nforituato gentleman ws? a', favourite not only with 'thoso whom lieo knew personIlly ' but with those who knew himn simply iby reputatloi. The flags ofthe city: were flying thalf- ast high as a token of: respe ot'rP the deceased; and liis death, under such mel;nchloly ircue m .staiioBs, was almost tlie 'ole'topic of conver, 'ation indonirs.and oit. ,In' thel' teetsre i ;.piiadesitrian would be atopped tio his aay. by Ique'stion was not-"! Hoae you ienard about SCaptain Gray ?"'as on the previous night: Swhen the diitressing news was received. by -telegram, because after the airailation of tlio Spapers it.was known by everybody; but It was...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A DRUNKEN MOTHER KILLS HER CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

A DRUNKEN MOTHER KILLS HER CHILD. A woman named Jane Lyons has recently been committed for trial at Christchurch on a charge of manslaughter--i.e., killing her child. The apprehending constable stated in   evidence that he found the prisoner drunk in the A1 hotel. She was throwing a baby from one arm to the other. On being re- quested to leave the hotel she took the baby with her right hand by the back and slung it under her left arm. She then staggered against the door post, and squeezed the baby, who gave faint cry. She then returned into the diningroom. She was holding the :hild on her knee with its head down, and I noticed it was black in the face. A married woman named Sarah Prebble said she went to see the baby at the constable's request. The prisoner, who was drunk, had the baby in her lap. It was lying with its heels up, and its head downwards, and was quite black in the face. It had every appearance of death. Prisoner was so tipsy that she could not handle it. ...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, December 30. (Before the Mayor, and Drs. Miller and Hallett, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 January 1873

WANGARATTA POLICE COURT., . . 9Monday, 'Dcmber 80. (Beforethbe Mayor, and Drs. Miller and IIallett, J.P'i;) Patrick O'Regan and Richard Briney were brought up and discharged as there wae, not sufficient evidence against them for the.charge of larceny. .4- ' : Johhn Kennedy wasocharged with being drunk and' disorderly,-and was fined Ie, or 24 hours. Thomas Wilson ranu charged with threatening language ,towards Franoia toarson. - Flancis earason, storekeeper residiog at Oxley stated tbaWileon hai. on Thuraday.laat at his store at 'Oiley, drawn a knife and threatened to rtp;his b-- gutepp. The prisoner was drunk at thetime. Witness tenpped the prisoner up and took the knife from him. Fined 40s, in default of immediate pamyment one month'a imprisonment. Jamenrs King was charged with stealing fro'a, dwel. ing. - Detective Brown deposed that on the morning of the 2Oth instant a robbery was reported by Mtr Keily to the police, and acting upon information witness went to Tarrawingee accompa...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873

- INPOUNLDINGS.u L ' XA?NDtA-linpounded at Alexandra ~, Ttwo rad and white steers, quarter out of off care, likoe 'Oor TO off shoulder" Yellow and whiteo heifer, quarter out of off ear, TO or TG off shoulder White steer, rod on head and neck, quarter, out of off ear, TO or TGO off shoulder: Strawbeiry cow, near ear.slit, top of off'car off, like small' writing L near rump Red and white steer, D near rump To be sold on 8th January. IA LEXANDBA-Impotnded at Alexandra.: Bay mare,. tar,.l off shoulder and ribs, D:near. Roan ball, off" ar sli, lilike TO near ribs To be sold'on 22nd January; : BENALLA-Impounded at Benalla; 22od De cember-Trespas leseach . Brorn draught golding, black pointe, three shoes on, J3l near ehoulder Ohesnut roan mare, star, sore on near fore shin, like LS faint over TK near shoulder To be sold on 22nd January.. BENALLA-Impounded at Bonalla,:4th Dc. . comber--Trespass 3d per head Bay. cob.gelding blhck'points, RB near 'esholder Black gelding, half circle` over.'we...

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THE CENTRAL ASIAN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873

'IIlE CENTRAL .ASIAN EXP DIT1QN. SRusia and England have exchanged views relativo to the military operations of Central Asia. : Russia has frankly communioated her plans,.and invited English olicore.to accom. mpany the Exoedition.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMERICA AND THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873

' AMERICA AND THE SANDWiLI-,: :" IS; ANDS. A movemoht is'on foot in America for the annexation by th Uniited States.of the Sand. wich Islands.

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