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THE KHIVAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
i TIIl KHIV.AN QUESTION.. The Persian Ministericontradhie the toat. ment that a secret treaty existed with Rus ia, ceding to the latter: a portion of the ter. ritory bordering on Aterk or even Khoraean. The S. Petalersburg Gazelts details, the whole of theo Anglo-Russian negotiations in regard to Central Asia, commenced three years ago, and continued upon a friendly basis.. The latest correspondence on the sub ject shows unly an unimportant difference of opinion. ;?The Emperor William of Germany -visits St. Petersburg in April, but it is denied at St. Petersburg that the interview is in any way connected with the Khivan question.
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
DIRECGTTELEGRAMB FROM EUROPE (ax sBUOMAtIeN TcidaEOeAPo.) LonrtioN, Joanuary 21 Baron Schcuvaltff has had an .audience with th'e Emperor of Germ"any at Berlin. It is asserted that c80u alcff tosrepeat. edlypiesesed hiniself in court ciroles as highly satisfied wih' tht?result of his oiesion to England. January 22. The newolip of wool is. arriving, but the present arrivals are not of a satisfactory quality. Tho Liverpodol wool sales show an advance in prices. Ji. One hndcdrand-itweaty thousand slounin ova have beon shipped per Oberon for Oi?ago. The Australian Agricultural d Compai has declared a dividend of 17e per shar:e. : anuary, 23 :The ship. Northfleer; bcund for: Hobart Townal ?as be'en s!euik at'Dungeneos, ;fter. coming into collisaon with a steamer. She had '12 emigrants on board,; out s of which only 100 were liidd e'ah y oy 'The fete of the remainder is at present uacertain.; . ?: SheT Teas Pressure Meat Company, iinder Hofnry's procese, has beon 'projected, with a capital...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements cannot he withdrawn before (Ilhe tiu'oxpires for whicli they hIve been ordered. . In casEc where the number of inser ,;'tions is not sponified the ndvertisoiments vill bo inserted.till countermanded, and charged, nc S'cor(lingly. Qunrterly advortisemsents will be cocr "uouslv inserted unless a-written order to „oo. . m is sunt.
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, January 23. (Before J. H. Alley, Esq., P.M., and Dr. Miller, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
WmANGARATTA I'OLICE COURT. Thursday, January 21. (Before J. 1. Alley, Esq.,.P:M., and D.. Miller, J;P:) Ilebry Coombes was charged with being drunk and disorderly in a public place, and was fined 2s. William Galway was charged with the same offence;. but was dismissed. . ' John Stevens charged with the tame offence, was fined 2s, or in default six hours.. James Wilson was charged with being illegally on the premises of Mr Spearing, who stated that he found the prisoner in his stable with a pipe and mnatches lying among some straw, and there was danger of his setting fire to the place. The prisoner pleaded hard to be let off, but the Bench thought that he ought not to be, and sentenced him to 21 hours' imprisonment. Da.rid IHogan was charged by the police with larceny under 40s.. Colin Gardner stated .that he found the prisoner. sleeping on his land near a straw slack. He found some of his property along with tbe.prisoner's swag. He knew nothing more about the matter. John Gardner st...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
At a murder trial in Memphis, wherein an attempt to establish insanity was made on the part of the defenci.,, Dr J. K. Allen was called as an expert, and testified thus briefly and rationally.:-" I havo.been a practi.in; physician for nearly 30 years . I have had some experience in cases of insanity, havirng been for tearly 10'years medical superintet? dent of the Kentucky Lunatic Asylum, and during,that time had over 2,OuO crazy people under my charge... I hive heard the. hypo. thleticel case read by Mr P?eltan. si n hIere as an expert, and before answering the qges tion would like to say. that the more I studied the question of insanity the less I understocd it ; and if you ask me wliero it begins or where it ends, neither I nor any physician in theworld could tell you : in fact, on oce-. elone like thist, lawyers make. fools of them selves in.trying.to make. aseas of dootors." The 'frankest professional testimony ever given in court. The following advertisement appears in a Canad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
MAIL NOTICE. The next Mail for E??luned, the Continent 'of Europe. Indic, Utiiua, &o., will close at 13enalla as follows:-':" For 10.30 a.m. registred letters i Wedneseday, 0'h Jan. For newospapore sVi 10.30. a.m. Southampton .. rThursday, 3th Jan. F or ordinary letter s L . Southamptoi aend t Do. do. do'. :Bindiall For newspapers v'A,-, e Pr nepdiei Do I do. do. N.1.-Poseufllce money orders payable in the Uniod Kit.gdom " will" be ?,btainahle at this onice up to 1P39 a.m., ;\\edn?sdy, 0tlh Jan. 1 Postmaster. Pos*of ,Beno4lo, Jonutry 22, 1873. 7,.:I;i··· 7 DE Th'iASTR C .H:E ,:M . I" T..T BE.. ?-.LA.
OUR SHIRE COUNCILLORS. To the Editor of the North eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
OUR SHIRE OCUNCILLORS.-. To the Editor of the North eaatrn Ensign. Ah 'PTe I ah Toml thou'tl get thy fairin' I In h-l.they'll roaitthee like a herrin I STam ' Blianter. Our George not having replied to the few questions proposed to him reslpeling.ble short hegira from Besnalla'some. time prior to hie exodus from the District Land Board, I must prosumo that i hs;:thinke'retioence becomes him better than' candour. Under, these cir. outstnace', our George nllows the public are at liberty to answer the quoetions alluded to in a eanjy they thitik niost roibable, al. though such answers may, militate against him, from the impossibility"of a fair' view being taken.by, the communlty unless they get an inkling as to" the truth, which only a few are possessed - of-hence, some .of his friends may say he, is beng taken advantage ,of` But to have prevented such an injury to. himself our George ought to have taken the bull bythe ,horne,;andehavio made an hlnoest. confeseio, and like a good boy te...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
POST OFiICE, BLENALL'A ARRIVAL.. A]. DrrPARTUR?iti O&lt;. FAILS &h . Mails arrive. From Melbourne, nond pout towns by way of Melbourne, doily (Mondays, excepted~, a: 0.15 p.m.. iIntermedilate post towns, viz., Donnybrock Wallan Vallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallar.ook, Seymour, Avenel; Longwood &c. (including the correspondence front hlMansfield, Morton,_ Alex ,nadra, Jamieson &c.), at 9.15 p.m. Winton, 'VWangarattn, and Beechworth (in cluding letters from Oreta, Tarrawinger, Oxley, El Dorado, Buckland, Yackandandah, Wislgun yah. Iutherglen, Chiltern, Albury, &e., whence ino direct snails are received), daily (Sundays excepted), at 5.30. p.ta.. Major Plains, Yabbh Yabba Station, Katan dra, Cobram, and Yorrawonga do, Fridays, at 10.30 a.m. Sheppsrton, Pine Lodge Station, Oowen. gardie and BeDalli do, Moidays, at 7.30 p.m. I Mails close For. Melbourne, and places vib Melbourne, daily (Sundays excepted), at 5.15 p.m. Intermediate post towins, viz.,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
SD I ARN ESS. E ....DL , I1 HATRN.ESS :? ,I..I ".M E R: -, . . . " tr, reet,. Benalla, . .. :: :i:;;:.:+ :t m ' + 'EST PA L SIED 1853],: -: ..: ... .'i ··* ., ,. iHE Undersgnd. begs ,t otify that -he li as n atey .'. - iS SanVkM RE aboveSaw,.fiElls re n D:lToTi, B REWERY, . , And casupplyaudl Oustomeis with Al BEERi. : : ? :.; .. -. :" v C .', . ,: .U v . . . - , i A? '" : . o I J, M : L I S. B E N AL L ?LA . ......; gent f, r es? s '1T. ROBINSON. ndR 00A S R I.. i e' s , Latent .Doub iM-t?t :o.t - ? : , Cultlivtators, , +, Irow ," fldditfg' and Stripping ahins anhd all other kinds oa ?ARMIN IMP.LEMENTS. . E1NALLA. ST)EAM SA W 'MILLS, S+ All rders .excuted with promptitude and 'dispat! ., i . J,. C. SUs f P L I EARS, .,. PR O PRIETOR . GE OR G E SHI A R P E, r:- v BENAp LEDGERS F LoUI, unRN, AND COLR ALWAS SON HAN . .E....... ,s"...i.,,..' ... .. ...............: . ...... B,7e,.' S'jVd?' n d S r treet, B :v la , lINTITO in ) A 0E SL ATIIN C ?AR ? VA?ROEIETY:;OE "Yith carriago added....
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
MELOURNII PRODUCE MIARKET. lMeters Noyes nnd Reid report for the week ending January 22, 1673:- " There has been more'life in the market dur'ng .she last:week.... The. demand for breadatuffa has 1eein rei liii but prices of both flour and wheat lave -declined conseq'oent on the now crop coaitr? fde irdard. Sincb~laetweekI', ala: have been made at the .prices quoted below: Flor, r.per ton ... £12.15 0 to 13 5 0 Potatoes, do 1 10 0 1 12 6 SiBran, per busehel. ,,. 0.10 0 1 0 Sharlp,p, do ... 0 1 2 1 4 ePollrd,, do 0' 1 . 0 1 2 SWheat, d . 0. . . " 0 .O Rye .. do.. 0 4 "0 0 4 2 Ut, do" 0.. 0 2 .6 0 3 6 lioley, ' do ... O 4 6 0. 5 0 Maize, do : .. 0 2 8 0" 2 9 :lacin, -per b ... 0 0 0 0' lama, do 0 0 0 .. 00 0 i;Iutter,i :. *':. 0 0.5 0 0 8 ord. do...d 004 0 5 4Clieoe',? de'.5 ? o 0 o n ?? 7'"'t 0. ,.. l3ey, "do'I. ;- O;-?0..) ` 0'" '0 Igge, per dc?en ... 0 10 u 0 1 :0 2'ea FreMCAirelA'darnson ;'aid Coreporot for the week ending Jauucry 22, 1873: .We have to report a further decline in b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
' 0 1 LI. I:\ N FLOlilIINE:' Sweet astho Ambroslal'air, * With'its perfoul rich and rare p - Sweet as violets at tbhemorm, ..Whichtho eimerald nooks adorri ; ' Sweet as rosebuds bursting forth . From the richly laden earth, .. " Is theFOliAonniST FLOHILINE.' 'The teeth it makles i pearly iwhite, No pure aid lovely to the sight; I'lie.gums assume a rosy hue,. Tilei breath is sweet ae.violdta blue ; WVhilst sceilted ha the flowers'of May, Which cast their sweetness from each spray, Is the FEnaaAsT-FLonuiLiE. Sure Esone fairy witliit'lsi had bOast round its mystic wanld,; And produced from fairy ?l bower Scented perfuimb: from each flower; .For in-lite liquid gem;mo traco-- e .I'tlllth a caru'beauty agdd and groace Such to the FRAonRiAT FLORILtE. 1'oad This i" From the Weekly Times, 20th laurch,1671:-"There are so many toiletas ticles e ,Mlich obtnin all.their celebrity from beinfg cou. :sta.tlyjl and extensively advertised, that it ninkes it unecessary, when anything nowi nd good: is ...
PHILOSOPHY OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
?.i-IL?LOSOP l:-?IOP?#ADVgRT[St ivN( If a ohap'nero to fallirito awell, uip to his eek, I k?inder reckn .he miolht:shivder till ho, shook -'is tleal out, without, ayo.ne cnming; to his ui unles s.he sung o. :ut -, murder I" or scmething.elee, so'asto alarm his wife; and bring her:torescue;:., Just so is it in regard to ours merchandise. A. mnn may her his shop full-ofgoods, but if no one knows it, what good does it.do him'?" He inny have two or three,'or a dozen loealeus tomers ; but to fetch a crowd hoemust call a crowd, and thlonly way to.:call'enm is to sound the news.infthat etornal trumpet-the newspoper ! Advertising. goods is jest like snorin: or takin' as cryin' baby to church. ':f you sleep in.church and don't snore, hcw's folk's on the back eents or on the' gallery to .know you are there? and in. regard to the 'baby, folks wyould .never know you could -'rase oneo, if;. whei' nu'rse takes: him to church, he didn't begin to let off steam. But .-when he yolls,? iit'.gddd,and, ...
A SLIP BETWEEN CUP AND LIP. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
iSLP BETWE!EN'cUP ANDLIP . p ould- Benedik e periend a sad Sdiseppointment n.the.Ovens. distrietia day -'or tWO' in5e. After the usual, courtship, the gentleman in question -determined to'.unlte his Bright prospects "_with those of:a' fair damsel belonging to e Federal: Oity. TLe diay ,os set, the ring"purchased, the, bride. cke mnanufactured,, and the minister-..'aot. fied,wlhen another instance occurred of; the trutti' ofthe old: adage as to there .belng m!~nyiijy aslip betwixt' the cup ands:the lip, :A i, iogemients were belng' made for, a:brief wedding toui,ii'r'the aouise of` whilio' de. oidedwish was expressed by. the .parentsi of I'the bridqioxpetant that she shouldd be aoe'. ompnnipaedhby a younger;aiaterae comflpanyol3 'deeroyae.'; !To. this sthited tho 0. anid !. ildrlvertiiJ) strong objeotions were made: by .the-bridegron;' who in accordance wils thet :old saying,'probably thought that' two: were oblispo' and th'eo wrre none the parenis, possibly imaginihn :that so indepe...
CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
CRICKET' iMATOH. The cricket matcili.btween Wangaratto and Beechworth cam btff o?o Saturday, on the greund of the forndor." Tho~ rrangmonts for the i reception., of the Beechworth men were first-rate; our,host of the Royal Victoria pro. .riding ihluncheon and catering for the club. qi The Wangaratta cricketers proved themselves the best ,men, having* in, the first innings scored,74, and in thed second',3' , runs, while: . the Beechworth team in their, first innings only scored 23, and in their second 44 runs, e making in- all-Wangaratta,, 127 rune, .end Beechworth 67, leaving Wangaratta the vie tor? vith 60 runs to spare. The double num bers were made on the Wangaratta side by It Mr. J. Noill, 23; Mr.- . Reid, 10 in the first b innings and 20 in the second. On the Beech- o worth side the only double number madoe was by Mr. F. Allen, who managed to run up .his score to 156, eon his wickotffell to the bowl- . ing-of Mr. Kettle. jThe scores as under were made by eoh l of the. teams:- ....
THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
Publishedl on Turadays and Fridays. TUESDAY, JANUTARY 28, 1873. IT was rumosured at 'ho Intercolonial .Confe. ronce,-which sat at Sydney- on Thursday, that Mr. C. G DFriiP has been 1nighted. by. 'the QnEEx,. Asa amatter of course the mere hint wal "quite sufficient to. arouse.the? bigotry and hatred which. the. Adrgus has always enter tained towards M:r. Darer,. al(dort' Shturday that journal gave vent to its:splenetio feelings, in a volley of abusu which is simply a disgraca to it;'. Imagine- any journal occupying':, re spectable position'in the old country indulging in such coarse invectives. But Mr.:.DFurr h'as many' enemies in this colony, and in order tto pander to these,.and"at the same time gratify his own malignity, the reverend writer in the Argue has heaped upon the devoted' head of the new recipient of the Q ?ene'se'favour 'the vilest collection of opprobrious epithets heli could possibly crowd into the space allotted to-him. .The old slander is raked up. again, and mouti...
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 January 1873
MALBOUJ.NK STATION PRODUCE : II'O POT. .The Jondon and Alostralian Agency. Corpora. lion Limited.report: Thursdy,.Jaouary 23, 1873. Wool--At cur auction sales to-day, we cata logued 504 bales, and Fold 21ibales. We quote : -Greasy-Inferior. 7r1 to DJ ; medium, I1 to lid ;.good to superior, I lld to,14,t. Greasy con tinues dull. Scoured-tinferior, .3.1 to 16.1 medium, 16OJ to 10l1 ; good toc superior, 20d to 2lid ; couted, we haveenn alteratio lto report. t'tcece-Inferior, 15.1 to 17d;,medium,n17Ad to 19Fd; good to superior, 20d t -fi61l. Fur su* I eriorfleece there is mote demand, and we reol. ised Or 2Jt1. Irhe.prurett high rate of freight on wool to £tg'and is tvidhntly having a depressing effect on prices. Ii Intut mail our for, hers, under date 2Sth Novemlfer laset, repo?t-'" C'othing or short- grown wools ere selling very slightly, if at atll, above the elrcincg prices of last cales, pro Sably in sympathy oith Iho large. proplrtionste supply of Cope wools, which are now Id to t...
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873
D It ECT TELEGRO ItAMS FROM EUROP (BY eUBxARINE TEI.EoRAPII.) LoNDoN, January al0. The British despatch. relative to the Central Asian question hlas been sent frome the Foreign Ollnce to St Petersburg. It is said that the 0 nservnties will oppose the Government Irish.Education measure. The lJegitimists' paper in Parle reports the words of the Duo de Nemours, declaring the fusion between the two branches of the Bourbon family as complete; and it il further stated that the Orleans princes re. coegnise the Count de Chambord as king.