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THE CARL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

" THE1CARl CASE Tho ;Chief Justice on Monday morning :'too? 6i tset ion the bench of the Old: Court. house, bMelbourne, wheli Mount arnd Morris; :donvictellr of :the manslaughter of, oertaini South Sea Islanders on board the Carl, were. brought up for sentence. The prisoners wbere plaaed in the dock, whbon his Honour isaid: that, aftor hearing the; argumnents and. vanoced by learned counsel as:tio -te nature of the punishmenti heowas empowered to inflict, the n'tter oappeared teo himisurroundeod by"so many diffiulties that he would prefer to re-+ sere'the queestion ftor the Full Coutrt; -He itherefore directed the adjournment of the song ten?co until theo 15th: April To a question ;put byMr O'Loghien, the Crown proseeutor, he said he had power to do o'iirrespective of any future arrangements for the holdillng of the Criminnioesossions.: : Tho: .Herald states, thi t soe?e merchants intend to asn theo Government to grant per .mission to seize Dr-'Mur?rayn and land him" on the cannibal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

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Tuesday, January 14. (Before Mr Alley, P.M., and Dr Miller, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

Tuesday, January 14. (Beforo Mr Alldy, i..1,; and ie) Miller, J.P.) Jamesu b.rady, charged with Iboong drunk aOl disorderly, was fined is ;in dofoult, Id hours. Williamn-Ashton wars oharged with shootii -with intent to kill, and assaultilg with latent [ do grievions bodily harm. Dr 'Ijutchinuso stated that the injured ?i? was unable to loave his bed, and was ausaosib!e. Remanded for eight day'. Amos IVeatherall v datlnghon-toemanded of aioount of the defendant being drunk. - "ltalph Allcock was charged with being drotl and disorderly, and was disohargedl. James .Putlo v Ralph Allc?k--For Actit' Jamna Pttrie stated that on Ithe 3rd of J4 unary he was in the wolkman'a hut sitting ou tI, form, when the defendant struck him. It walked away, not wishing to ore dito a disturbaa' A. witnese corrohoratod tho complailtnao statemont, and defendant was finae 90'1 aud dl 6 costs, in default distresr, or seron days' fi prisonment.

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, 13th January. (Before J. H. Alley, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

-3VANGARATTA POLIC. E COURT. lIonday, la13th January. (Before J. 11. Alley, P.M.). Luke Fraser was charged ` ith hineog drunk and disorderly; "Ho pleaded: guilty, ana 'wa dischiarged. , Peter Traveri was charged: wi th. tesamo offence, and was discharged ; but had to pay 51 costs for the keep of his horse.. John Lloyd was charged with killing a horse, :ir Norton appeared for.ihe defence. 'The case was'bsought under the 109th section of the Criminal Law and Practice Statute. William Barnett deposed-I am afarmor, e-c siding at Greta.- I' remember Saturday, the 21st of list December, i-,I had a gray, horse on that date,: in Mir O'rieu's paddock adjoinlng mine.. The pad4ock, wos socurely fenced, I romember the morning of Suhday, the 22nd Saw my horse at O'Brion's stable door. .liewas dead... Ue.was nl.. over blood, apparently iut'witli a toinabhwk in eight or nine places on the legs, on the forehead, on the rump, and ribs. A piece" of green hide was on the horse's head. ,Did not place a...

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Commercial. BENALLA, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

milti 'dilll InA1xe4.A JanuarY 10.'. Ficur, pirton': iO ,0 0qL12'0. 0 tA heat, par buiheI , U 4>'"Q f .4 8 VYolloard ao (0 U 0. 0 1 .0 .lBian,ý ado.:. ... -0 0 C 0 01n 40 ua, 1o 0 3 0 U 30

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

IiELBOURhE PRODUlE lMARKETR ? l:' leasr No:es an'od Reid report for the week g dhlig ~th Januoary, 1:73 ITransetions hrve beoen limited in consequence 'of the holidays,'and tihe changeable state of the yveither hito interfered with harvest oneratlons and prevntet l- the arrival of any large quantity of grain.. Since iast week, sales have been made of the prices quoted below:- SFlour:'per tpn ; £14i10 Oto 15 .0 0 'Potapee, do 0 0 0 0 0 0 iran, per huehl ..'. :o 0 10. 0 1 0 lion, per b ... 0 0 0 0 O0 liJamn, ;do ? : 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 utter, do-; . 0 03 17 0 O3 '51 ]ardle, d 0 d a -0. 0 0 ,elatre, do .' ,2 0. 0 2'.10. ecoo, per ;lh" 0 I 0- 0 0 0 Iane, 'do .E 0 0 0 ii0 0 0 tutter,. do - 0"0 7 0 0 7 Lared, do rt.* Q 0 0 0 0 0 hloney, do . .. 0 0 0 '0 . 0 Eggs, per dozen .... O 0 , 0 0 Messrs a'Paw, Adamson, nnd Co report for theb.w.eek ending January , 1872: There has been a qlight decline in the value of breadstuffr," with ?a gocd trade demand,-thies more yarticularly in reference to wheat....

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WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

WANGAR'ATTA COMMERCIAL 'REPORT. 1 January 16. 3Xloiir, pr ton-' .,. 0 0 to .2 10. - S.Vheoa, per uuih: l-.,.'O. 0 0 .9 ,. t, do . 0 .6 ' 02 'iri;l, do . 0 0 0 0 1 0 Pollar, da 0 1 3 , 1 6 ' utler, per lb_ " , .. 0 0 - 0 1 6 Eg. ~, po dozen ,.. O 0 0 0 1 0

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HIGHWAY ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

HIGIIh AY ROBBEIRY. The Ovuns-Spe~tator reports that on Thurs. day Mr Robert Milne, a very'old and infirim gentleman, in the course of the day went into the Albion Hotel, Beeeliwor?h, and hal a glass of beer.. In paymentn. for the liquor he tendered a £1 note, and; received change. There was a man in the barat the time, who had been loitering abolit the town foi a few days previously, and on Mr'I:Iilne leaying, he complained of being unwell, and followed him out. Mr Nilne then wont towards his home, and when.he had reached a lonely part of the. road was accosted by a man,, i ho will, it is believed, heidentified as thesane that followed him out of the hotel, .threatening that he .would stabi-im to theoheart and liavr his life if ho did not glvehim his money iiifi Miine;' who is not only old, but partially paralysed, was quite incapable of resistance, but before he could say a word in reply the mino rushed upon himn and took out of his pocket. three half-crowns, two two.ahllling 'pie...

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SPAIN AND CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

.*SPAIN AND CUBA. The reply 'of the Spanieh .lioistry, to the remonstrance of America on the Cuban ques. tion is both courteous and amicable in tone. It containea vague assurance that the eman oipation policy will be carried out-as pro. posed.

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AUSTRIA. VIENNA, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

AUSTRIA. VVEN?A, January 19. The Court of Vienna will go into mourn ig for ?2 days over the death of Napoleon.

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FRANCE. PARIS, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

FRANCE.. PAIIS, January 13. M. Thiers has forbidden-any :]onapartist funeral demonstrations in Paris, on the pre text that such ceremonials are liable to bring about political inanuifestatioise. Ti;e Presi dent bae,Thowvecr, approved' of Marshbal M'MIaIhon writing a lettdi of conadolerice to the Empress Eugenie, and has authorised the Marshal, with several superior officers of the army, to attend the funeral of Louis Napo leon; '.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

A tall, slim fellow isin trouble. lie wants to know what character to assume at a mau. querade. A journal.advises him t, braid his legs and go as a whiplash;. roll himself round and round a few dozen times and go as a roll of tape; wrap himself up in the American flag and go as a barber's pole; bristle his hair up and go as a whitewash brush; swallow a few marbles and go.as a rattleb x: put an insulator in his mouth and no as a telegraph pole ; or walk in on his hands as a pair of soissors.. William Ashton, a fisherman, brutally.at. tacked with an axe a boundary rider in the employ of Mr George Rutherford, of Peeoh elba station, named William Thompson. the life of the latter is in great jeopardy.'.

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FRANCE AND AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

FRANCE AND AUSTRTA. Boron von Biueest, in answer to, the statb: menit made by Duo G do rammoont (formerly Foreign Minister urider the Emperor)?to the effeot ihat, Aubtria -waspledged? to isupport France duringthe late wbs ar has repled. that. Austria on that occasion reserved o hierself the right. of neutrality, and that 1France, after deolaring war with Prussia; asked ?the allitiaoe of Austria, which was refused .

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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE (nr sUDi.MARINE TEE.EGRArPU.) LoniobN January 12. 'The Euglishl Cou:it hlas gone into mourn ing.for a period of 10 days in consequence of the death lof ?ef x-Eniperor Louis Napo leon. .Sir James M'Oullooh' only accepts the position of Agent-Gerieral' for. the colony of Viotoria until the end of March, as it is his interntion to return to Melbourne.in April., The .2onEonist inentions as a rumour that Germany contemiplates the purchase, of gold in:Australia. . 'The trialof Dle Castro, the .Tichborne claimlint, has been fixed for 23rd April. . Two laige failures' in the silk trade nre announced.- '.The firmasare- those of Drake I ford" Brothers; for'. £90,000, and Mesesrs Vivante and .Co, with liabilities amountiing to £070,000 "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

.FL OR JL .I:N1'E. THEHLIQUID DENTRI CE, FLORIL? N _.EF _____ Sweet as'the Ambrositl air, '"With its perfume rioh and rare ; Sweet as'violete at the morn, Which the emerald nooks adorn ; Rweet as rosebuds bursting forth Prom the richly laden earth, Is the FRaa.ana FLeoILIEc. The teeth it makes a pearly white, So pure and lovely to.the sight ; The gums assum a rosay hue, The breath is sweet as violets blue;. Whilst acented as the flowers of Maiy,. Which cast their sweetness from, sach spray, 6s the FaGosANT F?.LeoaNEs Sure some fairy with its hand, Cast round its mystic wand, And produced from fairy's bower Scented perfumes from each flower ; For In this liquid gem we trace All that.can beauty add and grace Such.lp thefEnActaan FLonzINELte. Read This O' Prom the' Ileekly Tires,,2Qth March, 187.1 :--' There are so many toilet at ticles which obtain ell their celebrity from being, co·. stantly and extensively advertised; that it makes. it necessary wheon anything new, and good lasin tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

SHIRE OF BENALLA. TENDERS. will be receiveodat 'the :Council Chambers, Bridge street, Benalla, up to Oteo p.m. on \Vednesday, January 22, for the ;following work;: 1--Works on the Wintdrt-road, in Sections.'; 2-Works on the Sainari.-rood. '. Plans anid specifications of the above works -may be seen at the Council Chambers during the usual office hours. A cash 'dposit of S per coot nmust accompany, each tender. 'F. M'DONNELL; - Se5otary, Coiuncil Chamber,' Bonalla, January 9, 1873, UBENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. A MEETING, of this Council will be hold on S Vodnesday, the 5th day of February next, -at Two p.m.-,to CONFIRM a SPEOIAL ORD?t -.made at a Special Meeting of the Council held on the 8th day of January lust, which anid order is ' To Abolishtho Toll and Check Tall Gatos at "loheuwood, and to Discontinue the Collection of -'olls at such Gates from and after the 6th day 'of Fbruasy nexat. Dattd this Lth day.of January, 1873. , .. M'DDONNELL, Secretary. "SCHNEIDER. SOHNEEIDR. 1WONS. F. O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

o .W LLIIS'ADDLERt.5 ADDLC HORSESpte HIRE. *SADDLE AND H ARNESS MAKEIR Bridge Street, Beial1a, i ESTABLISIHED 1853], Gray Street, W-angaratta. THE Undersigned begs -to notify that he has lately .RE-OP ENED THIS BREWERY;,. And can Suppily all Customers with Al. BEER. F. C. MICHELL. A. II@BERTSoN, , , - Agnt fur Messrs T. ROBINSON and CO. S p. ,s .Dact. Double.-f.uiro . Plough Ptilhvators, .-Harrowvs, R~eaping'and. ,rippigw, lllaclR'nesi, and all ier kinds of FARMING IMPLLEMI.NTS. BENALLA STEAM SAW MIL LS; 'THE above Saw .Millsnareo now complete t. nd . ai full working ordier-.:- -. . All.. ordeirs: execuited with promptitude and dipatch.:, J. C. -S UMMEJ RS GE OR" E SHARPE-9 STEA. 1FLOU' MILL ,S B EN A.L LA, AAS FLOUR; BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON' HAND.., WIEAT BOLOReIAiN LANY QUANTIIE. -, PRINTING" AND:-. STATIONVERY WARE HOUSE Brirtge;'Street, Benalla. . STATIONERY AND BOOKS AT KELBOURNE PRRIaCE With carriage added., P11OCKiE;T BOOKS,, PLAIN AND FANCY, DAY BOOKS, LEDGERS, IINUT.E B...

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GERMANY. BERLIN, January 13. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

:GERtMALNY. t BERLIU, January 13. Jt is stated to be the opinion at Berlin that .the death of the ux-Emperor improves the prospects of the Napoleonic dynasty, as it will now create two" Bonapartist factions, headed by.the Empress Eugeni and .Prince Napoleon respectively.

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

FRANCE. lMarshal Vi'Mahon has assured .1..Thiere of the )oyulty of the army towards the Re public;- and also as to the absenca'of aBonfa. partist party. Ninety two officers cfi the Line rogiments have left their ?itrte with WM. Thiers. Some of the )onapartist newspapers in ,Milan have opened subseaription' lists for the erection of a monument to the. memcry'of Louis Napoleon. LONDON, January 13. The Observer states that Baron Shbouvaloff, the secretary to the onmbassy. att Stetersburg, and who is at present. in London, is negoti ating a marriage between an rEnglish Prince and the daughter of the Czar of Russia.:

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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OUR SHIRE COUNCILLORS. To the Editor of the North eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

OU' -SHIRE COUNCILLORS. To th -Editor of the North eastern .Enign. Sir,-In my-list I alluded to the action of. the Shire Counlil in reference to the Mans fild-road ; and now it 'tmiyocur to she pub lic to ask, whlit was the motive of the coun cillers in arriving at the iecision they did of sending our George on such a wild, goose chase to Melbourrie? Did they think' as petty despots ionBenalla they could influence the Minister of Lands in performing his duty? Was it an act of spontanet-is patriotism ? or was it a move to vote the expenses of their deputy ? .It is believed by the ratepayers in tlhis district that our George was in a manner com'pelled to appear in Melbourne, by supe rior aqtbority, on some urgent business re lating to the Land departmeont, from which, he received an intimation that bis 'presence would be deemed a favour, to 'give explana tions in conneotion with the Land Board of this district." Again, it may be asked did he give Mr Casey a satisfactory account as to ...

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