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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
• ?i-~--·-?D?-·---?--. ? 1 TQ ADVE1tTISERS. Advertisementa cannot .be withdrawn before the time espires for which they have been ordered. In cases where the number of inser tions is not specified the advertisonments will be inserted till.countermanded, and charged ac cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously insQrted unless a writtop order to stop ,themi,s sent.
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, January 2. (Before Drs. Hallett and Miller, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
WANGA1IATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, January 2. (Before Drs.,Hallett and Miller, J.P's.) Catherine Cummings was charged with being drunk and disorderly, and in consideration of her being some time in the lock-up, was discharged.- -... George Thoroughhack was broaght before, the Beach on i charge of lunacy. 'Henry Souathgate was also brought up charged with lunacy, and was discharged on account of the opinion' of the medical men being in his favour of being sane. William.Barrow was brought up charged with larceny of a box. ]Mr Lamont appeared for the prisoner. Charles F. Lord stated that he left home on the 31st of December last. When he left home he left an oil skin coat, two hats, and a box.. He did not know what the box contisned. The properly .was left in his posm session. He believes the box in court to. be the one delivered to him. IfHe knew the coat and the two hats produced. lIe had had the box since the 5th of Oc tober last. lHe had it in his possession till the 31st December...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
TO CORRESPONDENlTS. No; conuiiunication rwill. under..any .eirc~m ajance be. inserted unless authenticated .by thq real name and address of the~,ri'ter, not nece~. s rily for publication, bt' as a guaratptee of quaod faith. ., are,,not .reiponsible for the opin'ono" ex praaad by correeponden?t. A1i- Communications relatin g to the newspaper it is requested will be -addressed. to the Editor. Private matters only must be addressed to the Proprietqr?- Mr. john Liston,
GOLD DISCOVERY AT YAM CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
GOLD DISCOVERY AT YAM OREERK. ,,The ?S. d. Advuertler, 80th December, writes:-"?' e are indebted to the Commis aloner of Crow? Laiide for - copy of the fbllowing telegram, raaeived by him on Saturday from the Governmont resident at Port Darwin:-The polloe-trooper in ,oharge of the Yam Creek station reports the result of a personal 'inspection of the" gold.flelds. He says a new discovery :of extraordinary richness ias-been made on Wion's olaim near MIaters'a b6ouderyi ; T?'he depth of the reef is nine feet by about two feet. . He raised stone himself and broke it, and found it to be an average sample. .This dlsocvery has beenl umade at a greater depth thal those previously reported, and competent judaes fix the average at 100 ounces tothe ton., The trooper reports that he has had no personal experience in gold mining, but the discovery is the" richest he has seen, the gold being thickly and equally distributed. .There is no slluvial gold on thdeclai.l'.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
DE CASTRO; C: H. EV MY I S"T BE NALL-A: IUTiERGLEN-.Impounded at Iluthorglon .Iorough Ponnd;,I'th lIDcomhbor Dark-bay or brown horsn, near hind foot and off hind corloet white, RK over O over N or N' near bshoulder To be sold on 16th January. 'WANGli AI&ATT-Impounded at Wangaratta, 9t Oh December Day. rmare, alar, saddlo markoel, Jil ovrer like writing. P Ioar shoullder,' halfl circle "Oer writing Al off h oulder To.be sold on 8th January. HOLLOwAr's Plle--Liver and Stomach--Iot weather with chilly mornings and evenings al. ways produces deaongement of lto digestive and assimilating organs, which demands early attoen tion. For the speedy cure of digestion nothing equals Ilolloway's Pills. They have long been recognised both at home and abroad as the safe.st and most effectual remedy for sick headstchs, nervousness, pains in the stomach, flatulenoy, billiousnesr, nan ea, simple and bilious diarrhme sl dysentery, dry.akin, and. torpid bowel'. IloliL. way's Pills protect the sy...
OUR FUTURE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
I OUflFUTUCIE GOV?t?O " rThe Melbourno ctcrreporndent of. the Wlalo' Standard tells the followingvery improbable- - story of Sir OGeorge'Bowen. As the story is a'good 'one, andthe espio of mischief.which. pervades it is at least liarmltes, we do not hesitate about repieating it:'' - A'stiory is told about our nelw Governor that is to be, Sir George Boww ,that is some what;interesting, especially so to the'ladies,. for it is connected with lhis marriage, ind that is a ubjeot to which the fair sex haveo,I'am told, a particular weakness; whether it is so or. not'I cannct-pretend to say, as I never hard. the opportunity to judge.i Be that-as it may, I muat return to my tale;:;SirG. Bowven, it. must bo remembered,. resided,, at thenoom mencement 'of his official career,'inthe lonian Islands, and iherr itwoas he met the lady'who n6w beari his naime and title. At the time oftheirfirtriseeting Lady Bowe n was then awidow;, I believe, witi a firm determination. to remain suoh, and this, havi...
WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
VWANGA-tARTTAOQ XMEa1CIAL 1111PORT. Jauuory ;0: Flour, por to '..: £16 0 0 Lo'L6 10 0 Whcet, pvrbuahel .., ; 0 0 0 °0 0 A0 (lotp, do 0 2.6 0"29 rný''; "do; ..rý: ,.0 0 . - : 0 1 0 11 t(o er,-per lb --,'- . 0 0 0 0 1_..6 Ejgse,1uor.,dozo, :.-. : 0 0 0 1 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
FLOR ILIN E.. T.IE LIQUID 'DENTRIFICE, ELOrulINEl, ..Sweet:as the Ambrosail.air, With its perfume rich.and rare ; Sweet as v-olets at the morn, Which the emerald nooks adorn ;:' tweet as rosebuds bursting forth itrom the richly laden earth; , Is tho.FoaAOarT FLO?rLts.I . The teeth it makes a pearly white, oie pure and lovely to.tho sight; Tihe gums assume a rosy hue, The breath.ia.s.eet as violets b'ue ; "Whilst scented as the flowers of May, Which cast their sweetness from each ipray,. If the, Fa4tsa T:FLOI ,l E. sure some fairy withits hand Seast.round its mystlo'wand,. And produced'from fairy's bower Fcsnted perfumes from each flower - For in this liquid gem no trace- . All that can beauty add and grace -Such is the'F'uaonAT FnttrrrtNo head Thili ig- From the Weekly Times, 26th 73lareb, 1871.:--"There are so many toilet articles "which obtain all their celebrity from being con. stanoly and'extensalvly advertised, that it makes it uecessary:when anything new and good is io- iroduc...
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, 1st January. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
1?)iRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE (niY OUBMARINE TSLERoAPU. LONDN, let January. The following particulasr have been aseer". tained elative to th.e losis of Capfitn Gray from the steamship Great Britain: On the evening of 24th Noveomber, feeling unwell) Captain Gray. retired to:.his cabin. The neit morning ho was missing,- and ;it. was found that the stern' windows, of, his cabin werewide open. 'A striot searohiwas instituted, bit nothing transpired to throw any light upon the meytory-. Sir Benjamin' 1 C. Pine, Governor of the Leoeward Islands, will probably be appo6inited to the vacant' govornorship of South Aus A steamer of ooo00 tone, yet unnamed, .has been purchased for the Australasian Steam Navigation Company.: A New Zealand Fibre Company. is an -nounced with a capital'of £40,000, : Copper is quote d at £06 to B08.. Wool re; maine fir m. ' ? oia,, leo - t January. The excitemerit with respect to the: Papai allooution continues at Berlin. ,It is impro. S-'bble that-thet eUrmau char...
A HIGHLANDER'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
A HIGHLANDER'S 'LETTER. A gentleman .advertised for a sheep -dog as -follows:-" To Shopherds-Wanted, a .puiro-bred sheep dog.. State colour and ,price, free on board, a London steamer, to Mr D. G. P. . Macdonald, Sydenham." And this was one of the replies he got :-" Gair loch, Roesshire, Scotland., Honurable Sir, I seed in Friday las Inverness. Courier, a ad vertiseinent for pure bred shops Dog, I rite your Honut to telt yoo, that I have exosleht one bred of pure' Blod, 7 months of agej Him have bone and rib; more stronger than i ever yet did seed;, and h oas wise as Iomnans or-man 'By half a word of comimand he .will go off 1000 yards, and take any number .of shops to my bheil; and him understand anythings I say to him by. sins,, likeDumy. Him colour blacke on the behoke to near-end. of tailee.; Him then whit ; Hint hind legeaat pint whit, one of four fete white, other blaok; H' im white under Belo y, and sum of the same und6r muzlee; Bit of ,him's nose whli like half 'Moon, Himn c...
WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
\VANGARAT'TA BOROUGH COUNCII. .The ordinary' frtnighily meeatin of the above Council was held i'i'th'e Council Cham boers on.Friday evening ig last, there being ste present the Mayor (A. Tone, Esq.), and Cra Thomas, Boyd, Duophy, Johnston,.Wilson, Murdoceb and Dixon.- p ( The minutes of.the last meeting being road he ahd confirmed, the following correspondence was dealt with: th r From lMr Millar, F.S.A., asking fir a dupliexte inipression of.the corporate tseal of wi the municipality. Granted. fo: .From E. G. Fitzgibbon, with referen'e to is thie banquet to His Excellenoy the Governor, to asking. the - Council io. t lke tickets. No action . t From J. R Wilson, seeretary to the Board of Health, asking the Cou?ilito fill :up a I form for the information of the. department. Attended to: From the loade and Bridges department, with reference to the Couneil's application re lativo to the unpaid.portion'of the cemetery road, calling" heir. attention' t the Gaiette. .?so notion. ? : From A...
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
Publihed -- T"esdd?iaind Fridays:,. lXlZESfAY . JAMNUAtY 7; 187?: Tk ;publio mieoting-recently hold rat Wan; Si ratta.agiuent .the romovaL: of :Mr. .U]or.ict P.'M?? was not.-then productivo:of.the result idesireod Tlihe practice of Governments ia.not -.'to allow;?thp.o pressure from without (unless that piessure inoaonveiioutly pinches.thom) to; have i nywpi eight. TJitre is a sort of endeavour. ai;, fde by avery.Atlmadiislration to..impress: the. Spublic mind with the-idea ,that each. division of the State eorvico ie, conducted with' an namount of honest impartiality, freedom from.' political influence, stern and inflexible. justice that necessarily must hold.up each dopart. ament to general admiration, Unfortunately,, liowevor, from time to. time, despite the " , :,. secrecy in which departnpotal action is sought to be enveloped, facts do, come to the sarfnac .t at are calculated to produce in th'l,. human mind a vaguoe idea that like all other mandane bhinigGovernment departments...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
O Em¶AUL* 1*53. '**A :.WLr G.:WILLIS'SADDLER. SaSOLS HOPEs Ah 0' HIRE.. SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKE RI Bridge Street, Benalla, ESTABLISRHED. 1853], Gray -Street, Wanigaratta.. THE Undersigned, begs to notify that he has: lately' RE-OP ElV'ED THIS BREWERY. And can Supply all Customers with Al BEER. F. C. MICHELL. A.. ROBERTOSQN,. Pirie'sa Patent-, Double-firrow: "Plugh._ ,Cultivators, Harrows, Reaping-.and Stripping Machines, and all other kinds of FARMING. IMPLEMENTS.. BENA:LLA STEAM:` SAW MILLS, ' E abov Saw Wills are n on complete and in oll workifg order. - All orders exccuted with 'prontitude and dispatchlh. P .R "0i' P.," R I E.T O.r?' 0 J. . C. SU MES- - .L S, : G EOR. GE SH l' -P E, lE.AI MFL OU MIL . 4 . L B-ENALLA L HAs FLOUR, nBRAN, AND. POLLARD ALWAYS ON. HAND. "PREAT BOUG ?172N ANY QUANTITIES. PRINTING AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE B'idge ',Street, Benalla. STATIONERY AND BOOKS AT: MELBOURRIE PR ICB - - ith carriago added . POCKET :BIOOKS, PLAIN AND FAN CY; DAY BOOKS, LEDGER%,' A...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 January 1873
MEIBOURNE PRODUCE.MARK' I'. salcsr Noyes a'nlRloid repoit: for'; the" week o. .ding 18th Decemberi l :-72 The claose proximity of the holidays hae al mrchs puta.atop to busirness..e - Binco ltst week,8sa:ol have beeon made at thi pricoes quoted:below.:-: " Flour, per ton b ;. £14 0 0tol.£1415. 0 Potatobes,.do; _ .,, 0 0 0 0 0 Bran, pr.bushole.,. 0 0 10 0 1-10 Bhlrps,: de . 0.. 1 4 0 0 Pollard,- do.. ... .- 0 1 0 -1 3 -, ye, do .D 0 3:'; 0 :4 0 ".rliacodn:d'no.:.of 0he " 0'i 0z 0 0.i Ilaiee,; i d do'. I 0.. 3 0; Ilace, per lb 0 0. 0' 7 _ 1- lams, d:-do ,. 00 0 0n m ( - L0 o 0 Bulter,: do 0.... 0 0; ,5?'r 0 0 77 Lhardl, d&0_ ...i 0. 0 4:' .0 we Obheese: do,..... 0 '00 0 0 .0 8 honey,, do... . 0 0-0 0. 0 0 Egs, per doeoa' 0 0 10 0 ' an . ereM'irs Cidw;Adnlmso'n,ndt Co. report foro theoweek eiding.December 31, 187:--: Ielool?rqeonco of the ilie olitalyc,,ther has not been mich belr nesn doing in the p £roducminark.et Prices general IV rule about the same aF.l-a-t.week. "Beet bra...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873
TO, ADVERTISERS. Advertisementscannot be withdrawn before Stio tmnie expiresafor..which they have been ordered . In cuses where the number of inser tnones is tot specitied the aldvertisements will be .nserted till couiiterianded, and charged ac ordiugly. Qu'(arterly advortisements will be continuously, iserted unless a written order to .stopthem is sent.
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 7. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., Mr. M'Kellar, J.P., and Mr. Graves, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873
BENALLA. PrLICE COURT. ..iTuesday, January 7. (Before Mr. Alley, P.M., Mr. M'Kol!ar, J.P., and.3fr. Grcve; s , J.P.) Robertson v' Adams-The 'summons being informal, not specifying the year in which" the defendant was to appear, a new summons was ordered to be issued free.. George Shirpo v Charlhs Adams-Struck out for similar reason to last case. Jesse Watls v Char'ue.Adams-£12.17s 0d. VerdiCit for'amotint, and 2s Oid costs; in default distress. J -Jmes Miirdoch was charged with stealing a horse,' the property of James Close, at the Three-mile Creek, Wangaratta, on the 27th December last. Mr 'M'Donnelt appeared foi the'prisoner.; Sergeant 'Whlann presacuted. ' e James Close, swcrn-Am a* contracntr and carrier, reoiding at lenali. " Rlemember'"riday, 2Vfth Decem:. her, 1872. On that morning left Gadber's; with dray and two horses, for Killawarra, and camped about'four 'riiilen from Wan~aratt in the evening. Fed tho'horses Nwith oats,.and having bohblid them teined them out.. They had ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873
TO, CORRESPO ,DENTS. No coam n ication rowll uader any ciroum a ance. be inserted unless authenticated by?jthe rai nanme and address of. the writer,. ot neces 'irilty. for. publication, but as a guarante" of 'oof ' fo .th :Ve atp.not :responsible for the opinions ex pressed by correspondents. - : All C rmunications relating to thr'newspaper it is requested will be addressed to the Editor. Private i.atte:rs cnly must be. addressed to the Proprietor, ).r. John' Listen,