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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

DE CASTRO, . BE`AMIST, I}ENA LLA. HOLLOWAY'S PL.Us-Liver and Stomach-H -ot weather with chilly.mornings and ev6oings al. ways produces desangement of the digestive and asuimlating organs, which.demands early atten. tion.' For the speedy cure of digestion nothing eqruals Holloway's Pills. They hove long been reoegnised both at home and abroad as the safest and most effectual remedy for sick headache, nereurneess, pains in the stomach, flatulency, billiousne.s, nausea, simple and bilious diarrhm, dysentery, dry skin, and torpid bowels. Hollo. way's Pills protect the system from the deloterios effects of malaria and variable temperatures, thus proving themselves most valuable at this seasonr, when the organs of digestion are most sorely tried.' They may be advantageously taken, without hindrance to business or pleasure. [1ONfIWOOD-Impounded at Longrobd, 13th December 'Bay horse,' star, near ?ind coronet white, FA over AIC near shoulder. ' Chesnut horse, star and stripe, off hind-leg wh...

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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

DIRELCTI TELEORAMS FROM EUR OPE (Br sUBMAINZE TE?E.GRAPH.) LONDON, January 0. Sir James M'Culloch has officially accepted the appointiment of. Ageont.Gneral for. .io loria. I The well.knpwn firm of Pawarsn and Co, oi. St Paul's Chur.,hyard; has fulled, 'with liabilities amounting to £000,000. 'I'he probable stock of wool for the Feb. rusty sales aill bel20,000balys, An ijpireased eupjply has beeri receiied'from all platcea, the River Flate excepted. . . A canoA, Jaouaryf 6. :President Grant has explain. d that the 'American vessela sent to Hon..lulu are in. tended to protect American interests in that quarter, and to prevent others frome obtain ing undue advantages. - Mr Scbolleld.na.c' companies the fllet. :T : PAua, January 6. The French caensue for 1872 shows a de. ceasein the opulation of Franee lo 8,070,000 since.1806, a fallin.g-off which is attributed to the late war and the ravages of small-pox.

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Commercial. BENALLA, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

?' {3,~ro BENALLA: JgnUArY l0 cila liie ~ ill £14 10i u 1) Q.is. 40 U S J,. u 3 3

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

-AI.'MELBOUNE I'ItODUCE .-AIRKRET.--' - - ir e oyec aund Reid rapolt for lthe week. qndlng 18th Decermber, 17 ;: . -iThe clone 'roximily of hlle holidayis haq l-. 'mosa put a Itep to 'U'. but ?.?si '-"Si:nce IRat week, sn;es haVe leen made at the S:'priceisquotid bloji:- ' '" :" SFlour; per ton -... £14 0 Oto 2£4 '1 0 Eutatoes, do. ' ; '. 0 --0 0 0 iram', per bol.a el.. 0 6 16 - m 0 1 10 n osi'i:, ; d" ... 1 I 1 3 -PolUY , do'6, 0' 1 34 de ..t 'd. 04 tar I* , j'do .. U. 611 3 ' 0 10 RCCD eer . h .U 1, 0 74 " utye, d' o 0 3 0 5 '0 4 o .La?; d . 3: 4 0 0. ' a' ulizo;,, 1'd L . ; 0- ". ' Yi -' - ' 'H.-.3 (--0~ B-" "qecc,- 'p r - ibh ,.; 0. f - '' a 0 .' 0," 71 - ai,;m ?. ?'do-,"-;..:- o.0" o ,. 0 0 0 ' Buttr,"' o .;. - * ,o .- r 0 0o .7 LaUd,--- d6-.'.... d 0"0 4" W 0O 0,0 C"heese, do ... 0 0 0 0 8 SJlouej, o .. o q 0 0 0 Bggn. per dtieLi. 0 '0 10 0 2

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

FLORILI NE., TEE LIQUID DEN.TIlFICE; FLORILINE : Sweet- as the Ambrosial air, With its perfume rich and rare; Sweet as violets at the moru, Which the emerald nooks adorn; Sweet as rosebuds bursting forth From the richly laden earth, -Is the FRnAOaNt FaOtitiNE. The teeth it makes a pearly white,. No pure and lovely to.the sight; -The gums assume a rosy hue, The breath is swett as violets b!ueo; Whilst scented as the flowers of May, Which cast their sweetness from each spray, Is the FaAGonAT FLORILINtE Fure some fairy. with its hand, (est round its mystic wand,. And-produced from fairy'd bower Foented perfumes from each flower; Per in this liquid gem no trace All that-can beauty add and grace-? Such Is the FiAsAn T FLOaILINs; Read This IW From-the Weekly.Times, 26th laroeb, 1871 :-'-Thero are so many toilit articles which obtain all their cekbri:y from being con. atantly. and extensiveoly advertised, that it makes - it necessarywhen anythlng now and good is in. troduced :to theb publi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

SHIRE OI' BENALLA'.>' ITENDERS will be received at 1tle Council' .Ohambers, Bridgeatreet, Benalla, up. to 'One: p.m. on Wednesday, Tanuary~2, fortheo following works:- ... 1--Works on the Witonhlroadin Sections. 2-- orks on the Samaria-road. SPlans and spooifcations. of the above works may be seen at'the Council Chamber; during the usual officee hours. /, A cash deposit of b per cent must accomnpany each tender. . F M'DONNICLL, r Secretary, Council? Chamber, eit?:. Besalla, January 9,1873 . SHIRE OF BENALLA. APPLICATIONS will be received Up ts Wed . e.~.lneday, the; 12th Febrtiiry. 1873,:iat. On p.m., at the Council Chamber; .Henalla, for the OFFICE of _SHIRE SEORETARY,- the dities to commence fiom the 25th Febr'uiry.; 1873. SApplications must be addreaod"ei'TeP'tho Shire Secretary;:.Benallr," aiid' mit h'-deliveied at the 'Council 'hainber, i ridge-tlire,:'.BCSialie, befor? One p.i.-'on thte 2'- F ;ribrgy? 187!. - "'; :IF MlDONNINIs a Council C iNteo '°:REonuia Jaualt?: i9 ;1873...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

O Tf1E EDITOR Oi - 0 ,' A'oR 0t. _ A STERN EBAvS1GN.A Eir,-My attention` was called, som, fe?w days ago '.to a? portiopnof thu leiding-artiole in yoiri issiue of the 27tm utiliino, in' which the follcwing sentence" occura i:-" ne fast we must look boldly in the "fce--thtl ther oelonioliborn mnvn will _not take to work," with; more..to: the..? ame effect:T Now, ,in behlaliof my countrymen, I -frel oompell,,t to deny the truth of. that statement; and r" believe I wil be upheld by. all unprjuliced persons when I eay that there are nativrs in this district (hot one or.two, but nutmbers of them) bith able and willing to cope with any. imported. men in iho matter :of d? wnrlghlt haird work;.: Hoping you will insert these few lines, I> enclose, my card, anl r'emalo, yours, ..GU.lS. 'OKE2I. B n-&alla, 7thi Jantary, -1873,. [Our correspondeni will see in the same article that we Speak of :notble ezceptlonn like himself.-En.,-NE.Z.J I.·

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NORTH OVENS SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

NORTH OVENS SHIRE COUNCIL. tThe ueunl mnonthly meeting" of'the : tNorth Ovens Shire Counoil'was hell on.: Monday -last in tho Council Chambers, North Wand garatta. Tler were present t e President: (J. B. Dooker, Esq ,) in tlhe chair c ad, Ore ;Pratt , Spink,? O'Neill," -Blalkie, ?:and Pep pard. *; MIr Willinm Ward, the newly elected coun cillor, made tho usiial deolaratidon and took: hisi est at thbe Coifnoii table 1A': ; STIE minuteeof the lasi?meting wiiere read and confirmed.' -O RE.?- oane DE Bs.y2 e+- -.+.; , ,From the treesurer of the ?Couiell; stating tiiat'ie aad received 'jistiies' e`itiflcates for iell isue -of" lieeariceeto the following publi: cans :--t11. Klemini (G. E. Coope'r?'F. Martell. W. GlavesJ. Drummond, Catherine Bisaey, Mary Williams;, Mlary Mull, Sarah Cahoon, G;'Hallworth, Jane Couzens, J. Hunter,'E. M?Kenna.:~ ,No aetion. :''- . Frbm thte' Roeds depeartment, estating that the eGovernor-in-Council had 'consented+ to this ;Council's donation of £L to the Deaf...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, 6th January. (Before J. H. Alley, Esq. P. M., and Dr Hallett, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

W:-'ANGARATTA POLIOC UCOUURT.; SMonday; 6th Janutary. IsBfore J I. Aliy,; Eliq,; P} ?:and Dr Hallett, S-JinesKing wera charged.:with.stealing a: cash box frout the house of:James Kelly. . Inspector Smith prosecuted, and. Mrt 'John f?oiton watched the case on behalf of thepelsoner. James Keilly deposed he knew 'the prisoner. lie wes Ith? itness'A house on Boxing day. He Scame home to thi house about 4 o'clock from the ..'ete . The prisoner rebmined there till a little after. 12 at oight. About an hour after he went • to find his cash box as usual, and found it - was gone. The cash box he kept in a drawer behind the counter. He called his wife and then gave information to the police at once. The prisoner "was sitting in a parlour at the end of the bar, and '.could see witness take the cash box in' and out of the drawer. lie recognised the cash bok pro. 'duced as being the one he placed in the 'drawer, :ihot night. When he last saw the icash box cthere was a post.otfice money order'-fo...

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BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

BEN ALLA SiHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, ean. 8,. K:.Present, the President, and Ore. Little, Blackburnoe, Ryan, Shortell, and M'Kee. The minutes of previous ordinary and' ad: journed-meeting having been read and con flrmed, 'the correspondence was read and dealt with as follows: From Millen and Taylor, asking for 14 days' extension .of. time on their Mansfield road contract. Granted, for 14 days, but :no longer. From Robert Roe, Benalla, asking the Council to restore hie fence where the gravel had been taken, and also to level off the pits. From F. M'Donnell, tendering his resig nation as shire secretary. The President moved the resignation be so., cepted in. a month hence. Cr. Blaekburnc seconded the motion, whiclh ,was carried. :From Elizabeth Stamerson, Benalli, asking thb Council to remit her rates. :1' The Presideat'said the woman wasverypoor, 'and thouglitho amount was small, _5s., yet it should be granted. Agreed to. From J. Cummins, Benalla, statiigthat he could not. complete hi...

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THE North-Eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

.Publisahed oan Tuceday and Fridayir. FR , IDAY,~ . JANUARY IQ,. 1873, Anotlier cuso of horse stealing, will come beo ,fo: the ilenalla Pulicu.Court. as, soon s. the. culprit is cuu~lbt. 'The other day a man of. ;pparer: respccp.ability arrived, in Bcnalla, rjdinn" a horse veriy muchl nocked up, and Stelling Mr. Hoskin he hid some very important • business to trahsnat at Winton. He made up i?uch, a good story that Mr. HIoskin lent him a valuable cob. Away went the colonial Turpin and has nut since been beard of. Next day" a iian coine ufrom VioletTown and claimed .teu horse loft at'3itr. Hoki's stable. It is -~iot often that the laLdlord of the Royal is :.caught napping. Subsequently .we honrn that r. Williotms, of Violet Town, dent.up a" l?famped lelter by the guard telling Mr. H.oskin fr.deliver up the horse 'to the police, but :?nfortunately the, letter was put in the post ofllce,. and: s, caused delay. However, a te)egrum tque re?eirpd, last evueniag fielo '?'r odoiAnga ating th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

A-I S G.WILLIS SADDLE .5ACLU HdRSES ,reFth HIRE. " - 1 IM H ._RNESS M R Bige Street Benalla, Gray Street, angaratta. RE.OPU EN' ED THI&BRE WE RY ndn cSupply all Customers with'A BEER, F. C. MICHELEL B BENA- L4A.'- , A; Piie's: Patent- Double-furrow Plough Cultivatorss Harrows,, Reaping and Stripping. M aohines, and all other kinds, of FARMING IMPLEMIENTS; J. . UM MIEWS, 3STEAM FLOUR-AMSA.W MILLS, All:,- orders, execute..with' promptitude and. dispatch.: P R : P R I E T, O RGS .. •BEN`L LAi' IIAS FLOUR, :BRAN; AND POLLARD ALW AYS.ON HAND,: WREAT BOUGIIPIN ANY QUANTITIES. PRINTING AND STATIONERY 'WAREHOUSE Rr dge *Sreet, Be ialla . 1oc iE ? - O .S, Ib. NOKS : :IN AD F.ANCY, DAY BOOKS, LEDGERS, AND Blank Acceptance, Forns,' aid Pass -Books. A now Assortment of BUrLWER'S and other Novels, at Melbourne Pri-, ri si A LARGE VARIETY OF COPY BOOKS. Wed dng and ? ourning Envelopes :, 1UETAL AND FANCY INKSTANDS. MORDAN'S SILVER PENCILS AND LEADS. PLAYING CARDS IN VARIETY] No'rE AND LET...

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WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. January 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

WA0GAliATTA COM1Eit RtAAL EPORT. £16 0 Januaty 9. lowy, per ton . ..; E16 0 -0 to £16 10 0 1-heat, per cushol ... 0 0 0 0 0 . C 'V?tl .n; do· . 2...-".0"- U- 0 0 2 9'2 . Pollard. .do. 1 3 0 1 -6 jt.Sr; perl .. li O 0 0 o 0 6 ]gg rtper doz: :... ± 0 0 0 0.. 1 U

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OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL.   The erdinary monthly meeting of the above Council was held in in the Council Cham- bers, Oxley, on Saturday last. There were present-The President, and Crs Gray, O'Connell, Whitty, Milne, and O'Donnell. The minutes of the last meeting were   readand confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From R. Quinan, forwarding the names   of persons within the shire who had licences granted to them. No action. From the Roads department, with refer- ence to two bridges on the Pioneer road, to- gether with the engineer's report on the same. Referred to the engineer.     From the Central Board of Health, for- warding form to be filled up by the Council. Referred to secretary. From David Issett and A. Lang, applying for slaughtering licences. Granted. From W. B. Reid, of the London Char-   tered Bank, with reference to the Council's banking account, stating that he was willing to take the account at any time the...

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FOU[?]NED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 January 1873

FOUND DROWNED. A m'A agierial inqu ,..'held at the Courthouse, Benali1, yestordayaftetrnoon, by Mr. 1. Sharpe, J.P., touching th oleath of FPrederick ilar isoni',bwhois body waso found. in the. Broken :River,' th'e face being all caten away by ishes, on the same morning. Marcus Cmrcn, a iaublica,' residing at'Benalla, said Have seen the body of the deceased, Frederick Har rison, lying at the Royal Hotel this morning. He was a carpenter, residing at my hotel. Have known-the deceenqc four years. Saw him last alive on Saturday, about a quarter, to 1,,in the yard by his bedroom. Deceased ws very Intemnperan In his habits. The hat pioduced wan the deceased's, who was about 34 years of age. . Benjamin Giles deposd--I was camped on the Broken River, neardthr'tollgate, on Saturday night last. : In the morning I heard a voice near the river, but could not distinguish whose it was. '-Got up about half-past 6 o'clock next morning, and went. towarnl the river. Found deceased's hat about six yar...

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SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A LAD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 January 1873

SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A .LAD. :Thelequanimity of the usual quiet town. ship of Drysdale was seriously upset yes. terday, when it became known that William Jordan,- aged 19;,:the king of the distriot larrikins, and rejoicing. in the. tobriquef of the ! Field Marshal," had been. arrested by Constable Mulcahy during the morning-on a charge of'having, on. Sunday evening, attempted to commit a rape on a young girl named Eliza Whale, aged 17.' After the alleged assault the girl went home and told her .parents what had occurred, and early next morning they were going to give infor mation to.the poliee,.when they.were met by the parenits of Jordanu who proposed to bush up the' matter by getting the pair married. The girl, however,-eaid she would not live with Jordan on account of what he had done te her ;.Constable Mulcahy having procured a warrant, arrested the prisoner as stated, and he will be brought before the Central" Court this morning, in order to.be remanded to the Drysdale Court ...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, January 9. (Before the Police Magistrate, J. H. Alley, Esq.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 January 1873

WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, January 9. (Before the Police Magistrate, J. If. Alley, Eg,). Patrick Brophy was charged with being drunk and disorderly, and was discharged.. William Mleldrum wee charged with steaing a horse tho property.of William Laugford. iMr Norton appeared for the prosecution; Mir Lamont for the defence. William Lanford deposed-I am a sub.con. tractor. I am the owner of a bay horse, branded ON near shoulder. " I purchased the horse from Mr F. C. Michell. I gave him £10 cash and another herse. valued at £17.on the 23rd of November. I saw the horse some time before I bought it. I had possession of the horse from the 23rd of November till last Thursday. I sent my boy with the horse into Wangera to, and in consequence of what my son told me I came into town. Hie came back without the horse, dray, or harness. : I saw the horse at Mr liellew's stables. I swear that the horse.I saw there was the horse I bought from Mr Mtiotlell. I did not see ,c!* drum before I lai...

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BENALLA POLICE COURT. Saturday, Jan. 11. (Before Messrs Sharpe, Graves, and Nicholson.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 January 1873

BENALLA POLICE COURT, Saturday, Jan. ll. (Before Messrs Sharpe, Graves, and Nleholson.), Robertson v 0. Adams; for £18, cash lent. Ver. diet for amount, and Is Od costs. Clarke v Pratt-For £4 19a, goods sold and.. delivered. Verdict for amount, and 2.1 d cosats 8. Olarke v W. Berry-For £11, goods 'old and delivered. Order for amount, to be paid at the rate of £1 per'week. - Dobson v Oonway-For. £17 4s OJ. Mr Pr for plaintiff. Verdict for amount, with i£1 3t O costs. Nixon v Fraser-For using abusive end insul.. ting language in a publio plare. Mr Pow for plaintiff; Mr M'Donnell for de.. fendant. Air Al'Donnell objected prelimlnirily that the summons did not show where the public place Mr Pow contended that'the eummons wu in. accordance with the statute, and the Bench ruled in favour of that view. Thomas Nixon, sworn, said-I am the District Surveyor, at Benalla. I know defendant, who has been at the Royai Hotel for some fortnight past. As I went by last evening, MAr Fraser said, "Ther...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 January 1873

TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subacribcrs cannot discontinue the paper in the middle .of a uartqr. 2o noutice will be taken of an order to. disc?ntinuo unless all money due accompanies the order. Remittances may be cqndi in pqitage 'amps, i or by P.O. order.

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SAD SUICIDE AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 January 1873

SAD SUICIDE AT GEELONG. As Constable Band was on duty early this morning in Merceir:atreet; -Aahby, he was informed, that aman was lying in a pool of blood on' a vacant piece of ground, off the street. He-proceeded to the spot, and found aman as .stated with one hand nearly half s vered from his wrist by two ugly jagged cuts. There was also a cut on the left side of his throat, but the-latter did not appear to have bled much. The ground was saturated with blood for a yard or two round, and very much out about, as if the wounded man had struggled as he lay.. When the constable found him he was quite insensible from loss of blood, which had flowed from the sevoreral arteries of the wrist. He wos conveyed to the hospital, and everything was done by Dr Scott to restore vital energy ; but the tide had ebbed too low. Stimulants were iojected, which, however, had only a temporary effect, and death ensued about 11 o'clock this morn. ing. The man, whose name it is ascertoined from certain do...

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