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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

The opening of.the first section of ,the North. eastern Railway of Victoria is, it appeaes, already likely to result in a considerable extension of the passenger traffic between 'the Wgga Wagg; die.. triot, Alhury;'and the proiant tornitltis of the line; and in order to meet the exigeicies of the' traffic beginning to spring up, a, direo, line of oseches ,between Waggg Wagga. and Albury, is immediitely tobe established... , Another ease of indecent assault is recorded by the Ballarat Press-thatof n old man named Charles Williams, between 50 and' 60.yoa~aslot age:' The chbild on whom thd'assault wae com mitted is about 12 years old. The medical evli dehce paovos that the girl had :beon tampered with, -.-. Something liea dividend I Mr jazsiasthe' original proprlietor of the Lazarue Company. lad for his last fortnight's dividend out of the Lszarus Noew Chum Company £3,082 .2s.01. He' holds over 21,000 shares in the companv cmn Nol. and was offered (says the Hynelto Observe') last; week...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAJOR PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

. =o ~AJORPIUAINBI . ..r -r(pnoic'ou m' owir siEeIAr REPO T Rain, has fallen, and the farmers are joyful; 'About the Major, as, indeed, almost 'every, whereielee, ploughing 'and, sowing asn be now gone on witih. Most of the land around the Plains has been broken up for some time; sbut firther operations could not be gone on, with owing toi the extreme dryness of the, season. However, this is now at san end, :and the smiles of the farmer compoenssae the ,traveller in some degree for' a wet jacket. iTlhe rich chocolate soil of the Plains cannot receive too much moisture.- Seasons which ,would prove the ruin of other localitioe only improveo the sgricultural ,:prospects,o of the Major' , Our? Roman Catholic friends ?'hav '!been very energeti intheir endeavours to erect a church. at Dookie, and a neat httlo stone ,building is the result of their labours To Messrs Moylon Mioheol Ryan, sod: W -Bag. nall (the working committee) every ;credit; is: due for their indefatigabloe exortions ii t...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

WvANGAATTAl T OOBME 1C L, REPORIT.. Floo,, iortoi, ?:-, ,*., 0o to^ ? o. ! 5 , 00 'WhOitprbuBhOl .' 6 5 '. ,0; .0-0 ft; ',: do' . : 0. 'O" O '"O ", 0 2, 6'0 (tran, do. 0. 0 0 0 1 0 Pollard, do .. 0 0 0. 1 0 Iutter, per lb r "0 0 0 -.0 1 0 TggS perbdoan ... 0. . .. 0 .1.0 BKNALLA. MaIy 10. Flour, pr ton ... 14 0 0 to £15 0 0 'Wheat, er.bua hel, .... ,-0, G- 0 .. . 0, 0 10, pollar.' .- 0 "0-- - 0 - 1-0 bran; do 0 00? 0 0 0 9 Oats o " '... 0'0 O . 0 2 0

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

?o: t ,o:,t ., pr e- : . . , and. :av o u rLO N, RA , ": POLLARD fo. a::l. U LBO :RNE HOFUSE ./.,'tt ,,l-'1 ,..,,u , :.o ' . , ,.:. .: ~ ,.:A NS"r- :_': r .. .. .. '... .. :' ..... :". oAl b o ifom tl ihabitant of aoane d and th ditriot that ' he hajust received B" ,7 ; r., t -',.... , i .. : . <. th . . . S i UPERIOR SUMMER GOODS, en-bring th Noet of . .. Se.. on. £300 worth of Splendid:coloniilie nollery. . S ,, ig .:. -, . ),I - . E* R WALKE R,, HiH:-i H ...STREET, MANSI:: ELA N i D.. ý'ý r? !. ,, . -. .. . . " -"ý e C. n a . . . . . " ' .. . . T1h?eb ter e Best Liquorsh of Evei ya Descriptionh, £300 :`ortdoflend CtabolhigAL. - ew o GROT :i d' N,"t- a x g SGEO1R GE SHARP E, STEA . F--LO UR M.IELSL BiENA LLA, HAS FLOUR, 'BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON -HAND. WIIEAT BOUUGB2 1N' ANY QUANTiTIfS. BERNiLL.A STE iAM 'SAW M"IL LS. THE above Saw" Mills are now complete ind in full working order. All orders executed with promptitude and dispatch. J. 'V :zUJ .. .. R PRINTING .AND ST...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

MELBOU1NE PRODUCE MARKET. Mesars W'Caw, Adamson,: and Co' report `for the week ending May 8, 1872:- - Thero Is not siiylalteration of moment in .the breadetuffs market. Best brands of flour are in doemand at £15 l0s upwards For beat samples 'of'mllidgwliost io l p d 6, d was.reaolised at our 'ale' to-day ; medium and inferior quality selling 'at very'irregular'rates. , . ?" , . In feeding.graines<:thror .has not', beeo nuch husiness?dfoitig, and no mrterial improvement in price can be recorded. There .areo:signs of a little beoter-demand epringingiip shortly. Die. pobed'of about 2,000 bushels, oats to.day, at prices varying from 2s 6d to 29 lid for iln ferior to good'feed, and to a shade over 3- for: ordinary -quality, -milling, and seed samplos. Peas realised 3s to 3s 2d. In dairy produce w? note 'cheese being rather easier. Butlter, however; both fresh and potted hIsa considerably advanced, with every prospect of the rise being maintaioed.. Flour, per ton ... £1e5 10' 0...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. May 15. MR. E. MOOREY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

INBF1EUj QPRODIDUOE OIROULAR. 11n. 1:. koonPer'e REPORT htiff do 4 0::0. ' 5 0 M MR Shost, per bushel S!' 80 0-3 0 2 ' It b? . do 2...3T o 0 26 bgga per dozee-' " 0 0 0.. o! 0

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

IMPOUNDINGS. ....., IM O N.EEOH W NORf TH - m po unded at Beechworth Ba.htors near soar uldr, spot on forohead A. Black horse foal, no brand.. " Roan horse, heavy draught; WS noar shoulder To be sold on oth.June. ENALLA Impounded at Benalla;, 25th a April--Trespass 3d: Bay mare, blaze, collar marked, near fore coronet white, off hiid leg whiteo,NM near shouldor. To be sold on2S9th May. 1ANSFIELD--Impounded at _Mansfield on 17th April, but escaped, and reooveted by R; 0. C. Dutl-Trcspass 6d each Bay horse, collar and saddle marked, near hbind foot white, H near shoulder, B near thigh Black filly, RK over RK near shoulder..- .. Ohesnut filly. 01) near shoulder . Srey horse, like 8K near rump; like blotch before L near shoulder, 2 off shoulder To he sold on 5th Juno. - PUTHERGLEN-Imponoded at Ruthergleon )9th April Black cob hore, star and snip,' saddle marked, B2 near shoulder To be sold on 22ndMlay. ; : ;.. ,ANGARATT&-Impounded at Wuganratta Brlindloco piece out ar g near rum...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

Challenge. GEORGE DENNIS will RTiN.any man (bna' de roesident within 20 miles of Benalla) 100, ~50,.or 200 yards, for £10 or £50.:; Man and money ready at the 'Railway Hotel, Nunn. trooet, Benalla.: ' MRS. :A ROBERTSON, NUNN STREET, 4 BEGS to inform tho adies of Bonalla and the surrounding Distriot that sho has S engaged a. MosT EXPERIUENED MI:L LINE R' Faox MslZounaea, And Is now prepared to EXEOUTE all ORDERS in every branch of the bulooes ela the BEST. AND LATEST STYLES. N.B.-.adies' own Materials made up :.SHIRE OF BENALLAj;.'r! o'l TENDERS will be received upto 0no pam. on SWednesday, the 20th'May, at the Council Chanmbrs, Bridgae.treet, Benalla, for the followi ing works, .i, , .. 1-Bridge on' Catle Creek, Arcidia. '' ' S2Cordiuroying near Dunning ,at the Duck Pond8 S3-Supply, &o., of Shingle for Samnaria-road. 4-Grubbing..and, 01eaiing road etween i . Msginndeo's: mill and Bogor's gate, and for rough handrailing for Upotipotpon : Bridge., 5- Open crossinge on main roa...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

THE Publishedlol luaeds ansd Pridays. T FID Y;, M AY 17; 1872. C?csno, in his eloquent denunciation of the prime-mover inthe CAaRnIEC conspiracy, do* clared.that with everything that was infamous, and with everything that was bad, CATnLM was most intimately acquainted. We hesitate not -to say, so far aspjournalism is con corned, that with, everything that is one-sided -that is oppressive-that is unjust and un true-the Ar~gs newspaper has allied itself on the present occasion to, dstroy the presont Government., p We can picture with ;what delight the news was received in the editorial sanctum tliiat a powerful ombination of incobn gruous parlianmentory elements had been got together.tos oust MIr.,Drrri.? This, ircum (anco? ?as given redoubled ? vigour to the fiercones of the: attacks with which the organ of retrogression and an ariistocracy of wealth -ssails the Adiniistration. Th Governmeont, it fondly .beIieves, are fighting a desperate battle,d no?-ion'tone is to be left u&amp...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

=,$,, ]3ENALLA' fSHIIE· COUNCIL. ^ ' :Wednesday,;Itfay' Preent 'The President, aid Cr! Bimeon, HodikloJBlackburne,'Clsrke and Guppy.' " ,The minutes were read, but before they iere confirmed Or Clarke wanted to know :hy B/Jose got more money than other man' in the oemploy of the Council. .4,:.ThoSecretary explained that the Engineer 'was instructed to employ some one asoverseer, annd Jose was 'employed, at is a day extra. The minutes of the special meeting, were then:road, when Or. Clarke objected to l the record stataing that Mr M'Donnell objected. ,to:the proceedings as'a ratepayer. .He had a: riglt,to give notice the same as every' other ratepayer;.' . ' '''' . SOr Sisoanimoved thatj that; parta of the "ninutes be:exptnged. He argued also that SMr3 M'Donnell's protest had.no. right, to be recorded.- : Cr Clarke seconded the motion. c , t Tho Secretary said the minutes merely ro corded a fact. Or'Guppy supported' the .minutes b'eling confirmed as reed: SThe President said be thoug...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WANGARATTA FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

WANGARATTA FIRE BRIGADE. On Monday night last a meeting was held at the Argyle rooms, to take into consideration the desirability   of forming a hook and ladder conmpay for Wangaratta. The chair was occupied by Mr Spearing, who informed tho meeting that the Council had determined to give the hook and Iadder company a truck which they had had made, together with buckets, ropes, etc. The com- pany that it was proposed to form would be one that would be very simple in its constitution. A hook and ladder company was all that was required Wanga-     ratta - a regular fire brigade not being necessary. The duties the company would have to fulfil would be simple. They would have to understand using the hook, ascend- ing the ladder, and throwing water upon buildings. They were willing to take active men who were above 18 years of age. Those who joined would have to make themselves acquainted with the natural water resources of the place, so that if they...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUSIC IN MELBOURNE. May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 May 1872

MUSIC IN -MELBOURNE. (FpnO OUR o0w conac~SosNsE r.) . May 15. fy attention has been called lo 'the inolico given o the musical sotv;ce at Chr~is'Chuorh,? eolong, being "rather lhed upon amateurs." .-I -willingly concedo and admit that 1auch'is nue t the generous efforts of musical amateurs who so:nobly come forth;and ,supply the want of music in up-country churches too poor to pay the extra burden of a professional man. This is as it should be in such cases, but I cannot admit the l:ght of amateurs bing selected in preference to. professional men where churches can afford to pay. -; I know many instances where the organists of some Itelbourno churches are amateurs, in rceipt of.hnndsome salaries outside the church, apply for and receive the salary pertaining to the oflice of organist as a means of adding to their income, simply becauso their private inluence is:brought to bear with the committee, and some paltry excuno found to exclude the applicant who happens to be a professor. Ag...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 May 1872

MELBOURNE WOOL REPORT. The London and Auntralian Agency Corpora ' ,tion Limited report' 111.115 Colline.street Weast. We held a small iole this day, which was well .: ttended. and biddings were very brisk,, each lot ienlisiug full value. Our priced catalogue is as follbwi:-HMa l'.balo, 10lJ; lambs, I bale, 101d; N1 over K, lambs, 2 bnle,, lid; pieces, 1 bale, 71d; R over diamond. 1 bale. 10*1; pieces, 1 able, 81d; lambs, 2 balei, le Id; par lambs, 1 bale, l1; "?' over J; 4 baled, Is i?i; pieces, I - bale, G Et; 0, slipe, 2 hales, l 21i; T, 12 bales, is t1 I ; J? in diamond, lamb*, crossbred, 1 bale," s a.l; 1 bale, is 6d. Sheepskiln--Ve sold severaldots of dry skins at from 31d to 82d. lides-Theso ebhw a'slicht downward cend-acy from the hicheat.rates of thie i]o three or four inoritbhs, Wet salted bides sold up to 51i per b1; celshkibs up to 6?I. Tallow-We sold seve ral parcel'of mixed at from' £31 10 to £e35 15 ; and beef fiom £30 l8s to £34 Is. Kan e:',eelro6 sklni-Tbere is a- fa...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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A CONTRADICTION. To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 May 1872

* A CONTRADICTION. To the Editor of the Norticeastern Ensign. Sir,-Having seen in your paper of last week's issue a statement made by Mr. E. Brown that I owe all money due to Mr. S. 'Clarke, I deny it. The goods wore all supplied by Mr. J. Byrnes, and are paid for. How Mr. B. Brown dare report such a falsehood I am at a loss to understand. . I am, Sir, Yours respooetfully, - A' t NIE SANDY. Benalla, IMay 20, 1872. A man fell 42ft, down a shalt at Vickery's claim, near liudgee,. and was smashed to pieces Sir William'Thol?opson's syphon recorder is the great telegraph' novelty of:the day. The reading of .the signals is effeoted by means of a syphon of capillary glas' tube, about two inches long,: the shorter cnd of which dips Into a dish of ink, while the larger hangs down in front of a paper strip moved forward by. clock work., Th'eminiaturo glase. syphon .is connected by a very fine !alumiluni wire with a coll suspended betweon the poles.and electro.magnet, and is moved backwards as...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A HEROIC CABIN BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 May 1872

) A IHRRIOO CABIN BOY-. During one of the ware between England and France a line English merchant ship was pursued by a French vesstil ofwar. The English commander, finding capture inerit able, quietly resigned, himself to, his fate. Not so, however, with his horoio little cabin boy, Charles .Wager. He. had : formed a scheme by which lhe hoped to savo his own ship and capture the threatening enemy which was 'fast hearing down upon them; and he, had no sooner communicaied his plan to the crew than they n'ost' heartily agreed to' it, placing1 themselves under his orders, and awaited with firmness the moment to carry their enterprise'into effect. Tlii sus pease was of short duration, for the Firenlch man was soon alongside anld grappled fast to the unoffending merchant ship. As Charles had anticipated, the conquerors, elated with the acquisition of so fine a prize, poured into his vessel in crowds; cheering and huzzaiog, and, not foreseeing any danger, left but few men on board tloirow...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. (Before the Mayor and Mr Tone.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 May 1872

-+J+.':+?, -- - -- --- , WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. (Before the Mayor and Mr Tone.) - John Gleeson was fined 2s Od or 0 hours in gaol for being drink and disorderly. Stewart v Cain, Dalrymple, and Holton. Mr Norton for the complainant, and. Mr Lament for. defendants. A summons for £5 lie, for work done. Adjourned until Monday. -Mary Doyl v Jarvis.--Summons for illeogl detention of'a block. Postponed until Monday, defendant bleig. too ill to appear. , - ; , . " Police v Lawia?-A su-naon. against the defendat, a member of the Oxley Shire Council, for slaughterin." cattle without keeping a book in accordance with the Abbatoirs Act. SThe defendant admitted the offence, and urged that he did wrong in ignorance. Fined 2s 6d. Cain, Dalrymple, and Holton v Rico.-- This was a interpleader isano. Certain bricks had been seized by Rico under judgment.for a debt alleged to be due to him. Menrss Cain and Co: now withdrew the care. G:eorgo Carter v F. C. Michell.-Summons. for £19, duo for wages as ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 May 1872

ýYAN0ARATTA.COY9IERCAJ&L R1{PORT., ,-ao'?.' do .' :.0 0 0 0 ollard;, o_' 0 0. 0 . ay ' 0. IoutterperlIb':.. 00 0 0 O 0 * g g o, p r, d o - e. 0 0 0 0 ' . .0a o _o Flour, par ton ... £14' 0 Oto .£15 b :'0 "Wheat, per buahel '`'.. 0 5." 0 0 10 'Pollard"" 'd` 0 0 0 0 1 .0 r :,,:,,. do,:...o 0 0 0 0 9 .4t', do 0 00 0?.' :

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. May 19. MR. E. MOOREY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 May 1872

IANBFIELD PRODU09 -OIflCULAR. Ante, o" ;g 19.. IB Wie.$soo per. "' .: 0'.0 8 . ' `gutter(frrsh) per b ' '0' ` 0 9' 1 0 ,ggs pr dozen' 0 0 9 0 1 .0

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A MURDEROUS YOUNG WRETCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 May 1872

AiJi1DiU ;iiD JSYOUNG' WRIqiO'C R. -nseoudunt iven in a leading arriole, of :e'Nof?e-Tork Triuene of: the career of a ..,qouag mnnamed Alexander, who was shot in a. street quarrel in Kentucky, vividly il lustrates some phases of life in the Western States :-" He entered the Union army when ,a mereoboy, and after various rows and fights resigned his position on General Burbridge'e .stff, and usoo ofter amused himself by shoot. 'ing a pairolled prisoner, whom he met on the ., road,,from mere ' gaiety of heart.' Not much, st .?later-he stabbed a townsman, and was shot - "by him.': : On his recoveryl he took oonasion to fire asifew shots at-his own father,"which,' althougli iiot resented by the old. gentleman.t wiasI :coosi[dered rather off. colour'- by th.be itlhorities, and so young hopeful- went to adlifoirniaiuntil'his 'magnoammous progenitor . ,could arrangethe matter with the imperti .nent officers of the law.. He grew tired of b the Pacifia coast, and came home as a cook : i1 a P...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 May 1872

THE 1i the Premier of this colohy were an angeb and his noam was only DPur, the Opposition ?ress would at once declare that he had be como suddonlV metamorphosed into a devil. Pops tells us with regard to the fair sex, oor.-, Stainly moat ungallantly Men bare many faults, women have but two; ,2 There,' nothing right they say, there's nothing right t~ b do. Such seems to boe the spirit with which the O~pposition Press are disposed to deal with Mr. +prrr. Oharges of every conceivable kind Sp been brought against his Administraion, and now discord of the 'worst kind. isi ende: ou'red to be introduced into the colony., t I is tried to be shown that the Gorvsnment has 4 exercised patronage in a partial and prejudiced e o manner. ie would ask is it cot thg custom r Sof.evory Government under the sua to appoint .1 O those persons connected with their friends Sand 'supprters? Would they not hoe con- s 0 sidered eligible candidates for the Yarra Bend if they conferred their favours on the no...

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