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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 January 1873

Pu iashed on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, JA1NU, AY, 17, , 1873. TnIEr has hltherto beon somOthing. so repug s Ilnnt in our mind.to.pp(scgopirituulism that we could never bring ouerseyVs to writo. anything upon tho subject. We.always jooked upon it frnm thi beginning neasn ntnropt to,upset the existing ordur of thigs ng~ r establioh1 a now nod coi ropt religion upon, th,. r?isne, of, the iymo nncivnt formns, nail !tyImoapo we acc of it grid its professors the more does it becomoe sp n ppront that such has been. the principal `aim sand obiect of. those engaged in 'its service. Thebopposition that'has been offered to it by" ic thinking men who Bave como forward to do battle against the new creed has been do neunced by its professors as :snfair, a d.thesb latter have in their extremity ralised the cry of I persecution. Those who have not fallen intg. the ranks of spiritualism know full well how t far this.cry is' from the trith, and -feel con plusivoly thit it .has been used merely as...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before thq .time expiresfor which they have been, orlered. In cases where the number of ineer t;nsg is not specified the advertisemdnts will be ieaerted till countermanded, and bharged.a ec erdinglj. Quaiteily advertisements will be' Sctinuously inserted unless a?written order to. riep them is sent.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

TO SUBSCRIBERS.. Subscribers cannot discontinue tbo paper in th,, middle of a.quarter., No notice will be taien of an order to discontinue unless all piney due accompanies the order. Remittances may be. mnad in.. postage s'amps, or.by P.O. order.. .. ...,, - ..,,. ,,m . , ,-~-. .o • .

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

TO CORRESPONDIDNTS.. No.communication woill under,.any.circumn a' ncea be inserteld tiless authenticated., by .the r at name and address of the writer, not neces-j rily for publiobaion but-. as a .guaranteleoj ,' are not re?ponaiblo for the opinions,ex. pfpsoed by correspondents. All Communications relating tR. tin newspaper it is requested will be. addressed to the Editor. Private uatteris only must .be addressed to the Propriotor, bMit John Liston.

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GIPPS LAND GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

- GIPS L.AND GOLD:FIELDS. Thg" Gippa ;and T7smes, 16th Januarr, .gives ths following informnation .respectn theqe ~old fields':-At. Turton'a Crcc..the general mining is not quite as sa1isfoltcry i?s miglht. b wished.. There is no doubt large quantlities oflgold are being obtained, as'n mb us 500 to 00 ounces being said to bo the weekly yield, but tlhi, or the greater part of it, i+ produced from a Iew fortunnle claims, These claims numLer about eight tr nine, up and down'frm thei prospeetorp, and in one of them, after'taking cfi about two feet six inches of the top earth, the bottom has tho appearance as if handfulls of the pre. cious metal had been scattered broadcast through thac-wash, an much as 28 ounces being the yield froni one day's work. The gold:is magnifiaent; and brings ns high el £4 2s per ounce. A great nulllier of digger are at present scattered about the ranges I the dense scrub prospoating, and provisiar of all kinds are ridiculously dear. Stock. yard Creek seems to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

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THE SPANISH-AMERICAN DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

'riTU SP.AN Sli-AM:ItIIAN. DIFFI. CULTY.. The Sparish Government denies ha'ing receivel Secretary FIS1i'S despatch, bnt II Iee* nevertiieleee, b'en published is America. - z

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONTINENTAL. PARIS, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

CONTINENTAL. I_ is ,ndel .PARIS, January 10. is" cnfidently' epecitd that an amicable agreement will be. arrived at between r1, Thiers and the Committeeo of Thirty on the Constitutional.propealse submitted. Ge;eral- Trosheti liea resigned his seat Io the Naetional Assembly.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. BENALLA, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

SA G.WDDXLE LSAND. H bARNESS MAKERw SBridge Street, Benalla, Gray St.ee "Wangaratta. : THE' Undersigned .begsj to notify,' that he has lately RE-"OPE ED' THIFS 'BRE EWER `F, ' And can Supply all Ciutomers with Al BEER.' SF. C. MICHELL SA.DDLE: . AN. HANs MNKER S BENA BILSH13, L : Agent for Messrs T. ROBINSO and a 00'8 THE Paign.d . bega to noetis: utha oe has lately ultivators, H arrows, Reapingl andl Stripping acthAl BE IRer kinds of FARUMING IMPLEMENTS. All orders executed with promptitude: and dispatch. ultivtor-Harrows, Reaping and StpiR Rachines, all. oter kiGds of FA1 L S:.G IMPLMIA.R-TS. E ST A F. i L0 U] 19 I-L.L S) .ENALA STBEAM SAL LA, .I.L ith: carriag: Badded: llow orrs e uDAYt" wBi, prO.mptiDG er;nd dispatch. AND.. Prices. ' A LARGE VARIETYOF LRCOPY EBOOKS, .ETA&L. - AND PA.'NCY.INESTANDB - OR DAN I E E ENN IL8 AND LEADaS, PAINTING NDING CARDS IN VARIETY ... Exicnuted· nt Shorte Notieo". BENALLA -T = HOTEL I aaM'Af AND I..ý - O =. - op iet9 MAJOR PLAINS: 'acaaca...

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WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. January 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

Flair, Ltn £O 0, 0; to 1 10 .0 ~Vhe t, or bol Q f ;. 0, 0 6 date.t t 0 0 40 0 0 0 1oaitperI02f 00 0 0 1 0

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONTINENTAL. PARIS, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

C?ONTINENTAL. S PmaIs; January 16. SThF e b colmmittee nave presentod to thi Committee of Thirty proposals greatly re. strieting M. Thiers' sponkirg in the Aeonbly; also empowering the President otinoccasions, o susepend the promulgation of laws; but requiring from ?t. Theirs a tre coueidcratlon of the proposal for establiabing two. Chambers. - The' Sponi;h.Americant difference has been officially declared to be exaggerated. - LoNoo , Jonuary 10. .. Shipments' to Australia are decreasing, hFor the month "of Deceiber. the declared valuoof the exportls was, to Mielbouros 000,030; and to Sydney, £800,000.

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RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

- RUSSIA. Tho:B rou 'Sbouvaloff his been presented to threp e.be bo ORs bin will s-nnaton,. muieton~hie week to.St.--Petersburg, is replq to:·tbe.rtussiiaijepresentations.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ASSAULT CASE AT DRYSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

TEE ASSAULT CASE AT DRYS-DALE,. Williain Jordan was cha'rged on remand yesterday before the police magistrate and a full bench of magistrates, q t Drysdale, with; having asaulltedElizi' Whale, with intent to commit n rape, on the night of Sunday, tie 5thl instant... The prisoner was placed in the dock, but not asked to Ilead. Super intendent \Vir?h, after stating tha ta the pri. aonsf appeared on respnand .froln Gel.ing, sailýtli't1 the police had received infoimation that t4he parties were married, and lho appre. headed that, as-the. wife cotild not appear against her husband, the case could not bn proceeded with... He.would therefore ,sk,the Bench to discharge the prisner. He pro duced tlo' marringe certificate. Ho-wished to add, as the matter had been referred to in the publio'journnls, and commented .uponnini ieveral leading articles, that under no airourm. tances could a case of rape have been aus, .ained, as the offence had nit been commitiede Mr Pan?in :" It is a strange thin...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

WANGA?? T,A OROUGH COUNCIL. I The urua 2rtishily nmeoting of tle above Coenoil.was eld ihn:iho Council Chambers op ? doaesdVevening last. Present-The Mfiyor,i andjrei ?pjejiring, J3ohnton, Boyd, Thimue?. and Murdebh. From G. Do Abel, stating that lie was about to proceed to drive the wing piles at .Swnn's'bridg?, and that he had.waited three; 'e?leks ?'for the PustilIc Worksa'Committee's deiesion as to whether they would extend the bridge. No.action. -' " From the Chief Secretary's office,- with reference-to'tire:Coh ncil's do tation': to' the Denofand Dumb Inslitution. No Action. From J. H. R.. Spearing, "asking' the Council's permissios to erect' a verandah in front of _the shope ?adjoining,.his, lte ?ip, Murphli?;:street. Granted, subject to othe" psual conditions., . ? From J: rP.Whilty, asking the Ocunel's permissioni to place: boxdrali acros 1the footpatih pp?eito his liotel.: Gr? a ntbed i ub= ject to-.the usuial'condttionsi. :"' :: ' " From- thel Registrar-General's offioe, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, January 15. THE FUNERAL OF NAPOLEON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

DIRECT TELEGI?AMS FRIOM EUiOPg. (ae sUava 1NE TErneocArPc.)y. ' LoNooN, Jenuary 15. THE\FU 1 +RAL OFPNAPOLEON. The ,msiame of thebsexEmperor Louis No. poleon were interred, to.doy .at Ohiselhurat, and;evreytbicna ;connected with the cert. mony peasseIff qciedly, A dp dl)'ci rc of I'ctwiq `tkomen ieaded the procession, and thie leading 3onapartists, andl those who Ihd been personally attaceod to the late Emperor, ll?w .d The funeral proceed; ings weroewitnessed by on immenise crowd of epeelators, estimated "to number 60,000, Previons to the funccral tokcig place the re. mlains.. were. viewedi at Caemdendhousr, by upwards of 10,000 persons., .:1. Thicers had auth rised Admiral Regeault deo Genoully, Marshal Oanrobert, with Gene. ral< jiicli cnu:?ad Foci?o, to. attend the neral obsequies' . . Italy wai repre;sntedrh four fUficers.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

THE -WAItNING. The. foll~vwing.oxtract from Longfellow is' sent to ati, to bo rea I locally - ewadro l The Israelites ofolbl,'who tore The lion ilahis path, when, poor and blind, ?ie saw the blesaod light of. loave no moreo,. Shorn of hia noble strength and forced to grind In prison, and at last led forth toshoe -.;? A pander to Phillistine revelry,;"" Upon the pillars of'th' tenmpl la . "T lls desperato'hlnds, aud'ia:lt overtlrow '? Desaioyblo himself, otd with him those who made A cruel mookery of his sightlrfs'woo ; . The poor, b.ind slave, the coff and jest of all, Ezxpired, uend thousnuds per a aed in his fall I . There is a poor, blind Samean in this land, Shorn of his strength, a',d bound ui bonds of steel, Who may, in some grim revel, raise his hand,. 'And shake the pillars of this Commonoweal, Till bte vast Temple of our liberties l abspoleso may? of wrook ald rubbish lios.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Friday, January 17. (Before Mr Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

* I3EN&LLA PQL1C1 I!' haI. SFidiay, January` 1V6. ' l (13odoro ,ir Robortaou. :Wilijam I ll Hd1 harjedh.txith, jldoeont ; be., havidur' in front of 'tol' CowwnOrcal 1{otel Benalla, the; previous evening. :;,rP Or O'Brien eatd plisonor woe dory' disorderly .'and nooisy, challengiingi seeral gentlemen to fight. `Prleonu; was then charteod with aezcaulting and reliating the pnolie.' r.C 'Mr'onerny'depoied thtL prisoner kicked him saeerai times, and tried to kick bits in a dangorous place. Prisouor we filled £t, or one monthe's imprisonmenot, for the firs offenc, and £5, or two moonthoc, for -aeuoultiuo; tice poelice.. Teeo Court than ntijnurtr~Le.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STEALING A WOMAN'S ARM TO SECURE A DIAMOND RING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

STEALING A WOMAN'S AR1M TO SECURlA DIA1MOND JUIN(;. aimong.the victims of the'.recent :railroad mam'ah-up at Metuchen, New Jersey, was am Danishe. cpuple named Potassesn, but. two months mnrried, ,Mr Potassen being tho ion of a Danish nobleman. They were on their bridal tnur,.and were. enro;ule to'Sd Fran. isaco,, where Potassen'a brother, is Danish Consul. When the terrible crash'came all (sB darkpos. and, confusio. for a few me. .entts; but the gentleman econ recovered consoiousness,- and his first thought was of his bride. An immediate search was made for the lspl, who was at last found beneath a heap of debrie, senseless and covered with blood. Upon rising her up her lhusband:wns horrified to flnid thiat one of .her arms had hoen coPletely, torn off. The u'ifortunate lady wAsa romovejl to. rheltor, and the hue. bandbegan the' sickening task of staking his wife's'miesing arm. Ho proclqimed that upon One of the fingers was tIhl diamond -esdrling ring, a jewel qyort 'many hundred d...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 January 1873

. L,'.O.R I LIN E. TIlE LIQUID DENTRIFICE. FLORILINE P.Seet as the Ambrosial air, With its perfume rich and rare lweet as violets at the morn. •Which the emerald nooks adorn ; icvoet 'as rosebudi Ibureting forth S'''rom" the richly laden earth, Is thr FRaesto r FLOsrace'E. .Theteeth it makes a pearly white, 41 'p ura?ud lovely to the sight ;: S" The geimeaesume'a rosy hue, S he breath is sweet as violets b'ue ;. 1 bhilst scented as the flowers 'of May, .bWhich oast their sweetness from each spray, Is the Fua1oAic FLoatILINte ,re some fairy withl its hand aasnt' round its mystlc wand,.. A iAd'produced from fairy's bower - oi,nted perfumes from each flower ;" .For in this liquid gem we trace S~! that can bleauty add and grace- Such is the FanRoaAtc F.ontLros.L i aidl This t"' From:the Weekly. Times, 20;h .gnrch;Jc87,1:7L-; There are so many toilet at tides Sv.hti.hi obtain all their celebrity from seing cos. .pri.atly arnd extensively advertised, that it makes it tecessary:when anythi...

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