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WANGARATTA COUNTY COURT Saturday, 1st February. (Before His Honour Judge Bowman.) JUDGEMENT SUMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 February 1873

WANGAIR&TTA COUNTY COURT Saturday, let F br . (Before Hil Honour Judge Bowman.)'\ JoaMathew,. se 8oe?. oN. I '- Mathewar. etionh -Hr. BLkinis r the jodgmeat creditor. 11" 11 - I r-: ; . Mr. Ineebone stated that the aset hld ieanettled, and handed in anreeeipt to His Honour; ' Mr. Elkins ttated that he was?acting eid.Letter of Attorney. " His Honour dismissed the summons without costs as he considered that Mr. Elkins could not oat as under fttorndy the judgment debtor had not ,een pld lifsrexdpense s. . Delano v. Scott.-No appearance. Case struck out. Roberts v. Young was adjourned for the appearance of Young, who it appeared had not been paid his ez. penas. "-Po..- tde'Susaone "- -. Trustees of the estate of John Hall v. Marshall.--Mr. Noteuttfor the trustees. Claim fqm 7" y?. Sd., foegoods sold and delivered. Verdict fordhdd 2oounut ith 16s. costs. Same v Meldrum.-Mr. Not?ntthfortho ,trusteto. Claim for £4s. 8s. 8d., for goods sold and dellvered. Verdict for the amount with...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 February 1873

O0 TEE EDITOR OI ?HE NORTH. EAAS7ElN ENS1S A.' - Sir,--Might I beg that you will, thaough your vnahmbe peper,ooll the attention of the Shir Cousoil to the frightful state of un feno d purchased land insthe neighbourhood of r Casey's hotel on the Broken Creek from thistles. It is now almost impossible to gc along a narrow'traok oi0 the road way with ut recoiviing damage frna rthein, and wha is worse, they are spreading on tolthe adjo ing propiortles at a frightful rate. There are me hundreds of soresnt present covered with them at the Marshi MalldwL hut, and sure something can be done by the Coun. cil t compel the owner of the property to de. treo hem. It i+ to be hoped that our worthy me?er, Mr. Shortell, will visit the spot, and ring the matter prominently before the Con il. FARBMER. Skel Creek, 31st January, 1878.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 February 1873

DE-ECASTRO, M'LS T,.I N__n.nAL~Al IIEROHWORT2Lfl nponudd-t/Booohwoith Dark brown mare, W9 over aD near shoulder (the 'I) conjoined To be cold on 26th February. A disturbanco between England and Bueia caused by a Ruelion expedition to Khiva; i" feared.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 February 1873

MURDOCH-On Wednesday, the 5th Fehruary, at the Manse, Benalla, Mrs A. Murdoch, of   a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 February 1873

LEO<RLtILr N'E.. THlR LIQUID DUENTBR.1ICL-' . : P'LORILItlN Sawot ' the. Amboii?l'Mir,' .: 'With its perfume rich and rare; Sweet u violats at the morn,. Which thebemrrld nooks ador . Sweet as rosbuds b'urfiinforth' ) Tram the richly ladmn earth,, Is the Faluosau Fr ioans. The teeth it makeea pearly white,. go pure sadlovely to the might . The gumauesme a rosy.hue,. SThe breah i-sweekes violets blde ; Whilst pented as the aerers of May, . ohich ost their Aweetness from -eh sprayr Is ths FatesA *FoLO maI . I - ure sooma.firywithitts hand. Gastronad its mystlc wand,. 'And produced fromfairy's bower Seealed .perfumes from.ach flower; For in this liquid gem ae trace Allltht can beauty add and graoe- Such.isit'.Fiix. saythr l Fztoiiwl.: tead ThiS b--Frbm thbe Wdeklyim'esr'.26th archb1871-:-"There are so many toilet asticles whioh obtainnall their celebrity from.being oo·.l slantly-and extensively advrtised, thatit.makes it neceisary *whonaanything new and godli . in troduced, ...

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WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 February 1873

WVANGARATTA BOROUGH 0.COUN1CIL The adjourned meeting of the above Coun ell was held in the Council Chambers, Wan-: geratea, on. Monday evening last. There were present the Mlayor, apd Cre Wilson, Johnston, Boyd, Spearing, Murdoch, and Dunlphyy. The minutes of the previous meeting sere: read and confirmed. Colt OspObiDCE. From the manager of the London Chartered Bank, elating that the interet chargeable on tLe overdraft of the Council would be 7 per oentP instead of 8 per cent as formerly. . The Secretary was Instructed to acknow ledge the receipt of the letttr with thanks. Or Murdoch handed ih hisa'reignationasa a member of the' Town Hall building oom mrittee., . * The Publio Work; Committee's report was read, and. it .etated .that there was only one' labourer en jiloyed on the borough roads, and he had been engaged in cutting thistles and ereeting a culvert in Reid-street at Mr Spear ing's right of way, and in clearing drains. The report strongly recommended the gravel. linge oRyle...

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OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 February 1873

OXLI±Y SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary 'monthly meeting of the ,rove Council was held in the Council Ohasiboere'Oxley, on Siturdsy last. Present -The Premident (Mr Byrne), and Cr$ Gozens, Gray,; Brown, and Milne. V ;.i~ ·· r tOaREPONeDsNCE.a From A.-J. Smith, mensager of the Bank of New South W\Vles, Wangaratta, with re- . fereneoo to the removal of the Council's ao unt from tat ba and n tating the amount of intereset'cbared; 't2?" 1t , Dm0301r It was resolved that the accouen should not bei removed, from the London Chartered Bank. =-Fro?t.lie rnC"eitolleaof;=with 'referinek to the amount of rates collected. Received: / From the North Ovens Shire Council with b reference to a bridge across the Ovens river ° at~Tarrawiegee, stating that it was.desirable to have an estimste of the cost of thiwbork to present to the Government, and asking ihe Coulcil to instruct their Fnginear to visit the l+tolity and report as to the outlay *e. quised. . Or.9gay moved, and Or COoeas seconded; thath the E...

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NORTH OVENS SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 February 1873

NORTFH OVENS SHIRE COOUNCIL, The ordinary;. monthly meeting .of. the above.Council waesheld on ]Monday last in the Council Chambers, North Wangaratta. There were present. The .Piesident (Mr Docker) in 'te chair, Crs Ledson, Everitt, Pratt, Peppard, Spink, O'Neill, and Blakie. - CORRESPOlNDEiCE. From the Railway department. with re. ferencelo some road works,stating that certain alterations 'had been made by the inppecting engineer. Shire engineer instructed in the matter. From the Lands Office, with reference to plans of the directions ot roads hitherto made in the shire. Engineer instructed to supply required information. From Henry Crookett and' Robert Wighion, asking for an.extonsion of time to finish their contracts, and stating 'that such extersio.n was necessary owing to the scarcity of labour. Granted. From the Oxley Shire Couneil,; stating tkat they hb;d-resolved.-toi o operate ;with the North- Ovens, Shire.:Council i.i: endea. vouring to obtain a 'grant from the. Govern. me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 February 1873

,h~t. ,;;y:S oclar'e 0 Spe acuor atroet,,' 'ri.r r-u ±.for r,. ". blelbuurno, 30th January,,1873 mmrnn '-'fi , L")8 . . .TENflRR9 rc Invited foe !GOODS SHEDS, LA. ,t. Bonnle..,.: ,Full prolnrl'ut'a at~tlic 6floo'of the Engineer nit Oblef, 'Bttann Htl; and at'lS)utrlot hugi. .ilDia Ufliciri Uonalland Vanbertte ;, .'eu~.i1 Con ~idaivor.' efofui lwtnrtahei Rondo. uelrti u.~'iuq ;'iii'o;ia"' I ltfitC oot i' Fd'a !1t Isj"'lojMiAJO.r "L'nScOrJ. t l iT~oloLgrapf~cr·apy lode .;yrtllipoI nooeseii.ly, tl vi' ori ''itnii 'R'ond. iodT niT. 1?AJI RS D Y ;~I~lclinni future, advurtioencont,l: rai.;)ATXIDAX rnBRUAtY: 15 cocc tal t ;vortI .4'tuv i L! nntl -' ")c toI sol lyPublic Auclun odn ;I Ju5n1uy dat( at Iho 1LoL ,UOlol, lleailln, er! ieeO' oiteue n l· e Ull{ock11 uo I ri "olt ech, wl" ·',1Wtbeut"Voke, nd d 'chal'l;· t e·, STenfiiith'd df Fatl Cuifle P aIN MIriikr o , b ie ItijOE{'I) f ec r I c ll the. 1 " tei87 n of Hrr1SY ~ al J~:qy~nqer t3ti aea leOjt "tnr JCj-,r ~ th Wotfng.llel~l ea i!ru gu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 February 1873

t i i . .' . L' " 31.5 aalB S'ADDLER.aclt Iol s ,As HIRE. ' " SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER~ Bridge Street, Benalla, S. EBTABLISHED 1853); Gray rStre:et, Wangarata . : iiM :Unde eigned bege to .notify that! he has lately SRE-O.P?E. :NED T:ilT S BREWE Y , A 'ndcan Supply all Customers with Al BEER.; .. . . } . r SAgent for Mes T ROBINSON and CO.'S S?ie'8s. Patent Double-furirow ,?Plough.:: Cultivatorsý? Harrows,'Reaping ;and Stripping, Mlachines, and allother I;" -kinds of FARMING IM-PLEMENTS. BENALLA S:'1_EAM"-S1V 'SAI' S, ,, :.,If - ."_':'i, . ".. . . l - ·CI , . , a ,, .- - . :.. ic aboy Saw Mli1isare now complete and i' full worki ? order. . All :orders executeid with promptitude arand dispatch.. 'EOR E S II R E , ,., A , . . E V . . .. .. . . . . L L ad? ,A ? [''a : - HAS FLOUR, ;BRAN AN POLLARDI AIWAYS Or< HANID. WREEATBOUGE2 IN.;ANIQA:Q ,I'aTIES. . PRINTINGn SAND: :STATION?RY WAREHOUSE rur i, RiPdge. `,St, eet, ýg'ifiePonalla:.m- ..: : .' ., ."il;: , ':3: ,.t- ,, r .." :...

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THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 February 1873

Published on e' uesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, FEBRIUARY' 7, 1873. Clowdld' Out.=-Our leading, article and svveriallocal rmatters of interest. This journal i dultypunished for its' truth. fulness, and honesty in :looking after the in t'ereiats ofithk ratepayers, though the Shire Council in their, eagernress to withdraw its pitronageo hao ealaid themselves open"to an, o~0isthflr dinagaes ., We shall not brin nanyl' 'dacton, h!'9ievr.t?'Th e i iness :is the Presi dent'%sind la is'welcosme toi In' no othear .place ifi'iptoea would so glahn?,jn nisfa of in-' justice been perainitted. '6 W . T iL ed to do' the sworklfdr the soms pice as thu lowest tenderer,, and-wore refused': - nEvery: -onej knowsvithat there is no nomparisonwin the advertising value of the North catern E.nsign and the Creae 'and '.Mlrraj' Adre;tiser inr this shire; anid theref6oe' thdl'6-isf 'the'rat?oPhyers ii ndver fisisg.vulud inas 20 to 1.' But there is an 6oth'r sid'e' tothis iieantiess.-- The 'advertise m-ent si'tf...

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LAND COMMISSION AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 February 1873

LAND COIMMISSION AT BENALLA. A local land board sat in the District Sur vey officeo, Benallo, on Tuesday.' last, Mr. Nixon officiating alone, no additional members having yet been appointedi owing to the ab sence from town of the head of the department. The business was got through very speedily, over 60 applications being dealt with in less than three hours. We append particulars: UCbADIA. John Guthrie, 125a Or S3p; recommended. BaNocEET. John Mitchell, 820a ; recommended. . . nONDALONG. Thomas Hogan, S20; recommended sub ject to`intersection of Hoysted's survey with a road. . . James Patton, 3200; recommended. DOOsEY. Noah Symons, 320o . This application had originally been refused by the Board of Land and Works. Applicant is a woodcutter on the Murray, and his application was recommended, a road to be left open from the back country to the Murray.. . Carl John Reinhardt, 40 ;. recommended. James Nelaion, 160l ; recommended. Michael Keogh, 217a Or 8p.: Applicant was a previous sel...

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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, February 4. THE CENTRAL ASIAN QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 February 1873

DIRECT TELEGRAMI FROM i E iUROPE (RY SUBMARINE TEL[EGRAPII.) LbNDoN, February 4. THE CENTRAL ASIAN QUESTION The Journal of St. Petersbur9 says that the Persian question frequently referred to is dl: together' unconn'ected with tlioepresent nego. :tiattoha with regard,to Khiva, and that Eng land is as little justified in couriteraoting the movements of IRuso(a inj Central Asia- as Russia would tbe 'in tonternatiiio the move. ments of England in India. Rtissiarespects the integritlyof Persia, arid in. tie course of • the;threo years nffriendly negotiations which liave taken place, England nud -tusia have established a campleto understanding as to the necessity of ? li'ne'of demarcation. Feb. 5. The vessel that ran down and sunk the emigrant ship Northfileet off Dungeness was the steamer Mlurrile (?), and the owners of the Norltleet eae suoing the owners of the steamer for .014,000 d,,mages.

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WANGARATTA INSOLVENCY COURT Thursday 6th February. (Before His Honour Judge Bowman) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 February 1873

WANGARlTATTA,INSO LVEINCY COUR' ;J. - Thursday Oth February. " (IBefore Iias Honour J.udge 3owmano:); Trustees of lichell's estate v J. Ri. Orone Claim for £14. as 6.1. r Notcutbt for .the trustees. Defendiant disputed the account with Othe eicoption of £tll,for which a verdict wva taken. Sameo Thcoaa Cochranse-i 14te tli d. No appearance of defendant. Order for the amount, costs to be taxed by the registrar. S4nse v James Iteod-qlain. for £3&82s. Mrr Lamont,, for ts., dnfeti-lant, stated that they at mitted £35 of the debt, but which h:ad been al ready secured by a bill of sale which waes not yet due. ,uummons dismissed, costs for defendant l1 3s61.: Siome v WY. II. O. Hughes-Claim for £313 .tie 6d. His Honour complained that there were sevdral items in the summons that were unin telligiblo and therefore aejourned the case till the next court for further particulars. Same v James. Hlancock-Detendant was not present bt admittelin wrilog to owe £13 15s and allowed.E 2 s costs...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 February 1873

TO AI)YERTISERS.. . /f 'Advtisomenrits cannobt-biriithdrawnn before * .tha time expires for whiol. they have been ; ordered:. In cases where tho.numberof inser : ,tions is notspecified the advertisements will he Sinserted till countermandrd, and charged ac cordingly. Quarterly ri?vertissaents will be continuously inserted unles-a written order to stol them is sent., .' . -1 I r

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 February 1873

TO suBsci?Btl?s. Subscribers-canniot discontinue the paper in the middle of a quarter. No notice will be • :taken tof. ain order to disoofitinue, uiilessall. Smoiey duo accompanies throrderr:rI IV Remittances' mhy be mniiloini postlg s?amps; or by P.O; order.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 February 1873

S0 CORiRESPONDENTS.:') No communication will under any circumn. sances be. innerted tinless .authenticated by the r.eal name and address of t e. writer, not necei. srrily ./or publication, but.as a guarantee oj eood faith. *re are not responsible for th lopinions t presaid by correspondents.

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WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 February 1873

WANG.? lATl'r& OIuSPITAL, .The ordinhry n ie'ting of the aommittee of the ab've inetitutioih.tras held on Thursday lIst in the Town ih?ull. There were present -Arbkhdeaeon..Tuo'ker (in the chair) Messrs t' A!:LB: Smith, A. Wilson, A. Tone, J. John- 5 ston, and the Rev Father Egan.. d The minutes of tie previous meeting were n read and confirmed, and also the patient's t eoiQhittee's :report' wrlicl !staited that tthey 'f had examined the hospital and reported that i. there were at present .14 in.patients and 12 c outpatients receiving treatment, t -.... IrA.W.ilson statel that the. tender of v Mr C. A. Rundle, for the supply of drugs had a been accepted by the house committee. The following necounts wore then passed I for payment:-W. Boyd, £17 18s 10d; Brewery Coa. £1 17s 6d; J. Delaney, £3 3s. ' The report of the sub-committee appointed to confer with the secretary with reference to I commission was read, and stated that the sub committee recommended the followingsas the ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 February 1873

DE CA STRO,. C H E MI: .T, B E N A L A. I MPOUNDINGS. "FEBO1IW\'OIRT[I-"Impounolhd at Beechwartlh, 8th January Rled and white .bullock, off eor marked, ILK off thigh, like 11K over blotched bran! off ribs On 11th January Whito horse, CR over 2 near shoulder, ahyd To be sold on 13th February. IB NALLA-Impounded at Beonlla, 8th Jlan unry-T'respass 3d Strawberry steer, 7M near rump On.13th January-Damages f8 Ril 'poley holfer, white in face, white back.. bolly, and near hina leg, no visible brande Otn 14th January-Darmages £2 Bay. gelding, draught breed, collar marked, black poilnt, near hind fetlock white, .lame, lump under beholly, like J and blotch near shoulder, 011 off shoulder To bhe sold on 12'.l February. B~ NA LLaA-Impounded, at Benalla 20th Janu , urvF-Trespass 3d 'Bay gelding; black poilnt, collar moarked, while apots on hack, HL off ahoulder To be sold on IOth Februay. BENALIA-Impounded at onalloa, 28th J·.. uary-Trespasa 3d each Black golding, blazn, near Ihind fetlock whi...

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OUR SHIRE COUNCILLORS. To the Editor of the North eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 February 1873

O'iR SHIRE COUNOILLORS. To the LEdior of the n'orth ýeatler ,qius I, But fare you woot, auld'Nickie ten I ' ., Oh 1 wad ye tak' a thought and men I i Ye aiblios might-I ditos ken: lie Buras's 'Address to the Dial. The anolents held it amongst one of their maxims that those whom the gods wished to dest?gy theoyfirst/too6l awva ithpir,~ithds, This adage seems foreilly.. to apply .to our Geoige'whe i't oleie'rv .ilie 'conduct .in the Shiro Council, which urges me to ask myself is' hedafc'o'is helb only siiultiingi eccenti- city for some purpose I cannot define and perhaps onl ,pky to hiintself.-Elistaotion .rgar:ding1thotsl ire advertising as well as his -rei~sal to grant a trifle from thio p'ablic funds to assist a neighbouring charitable in,. stitution completely dumbfounders me, and: makes it appear as if our George was always flying in a'tangoent against- the -gravitating influences of propriety and duty. ' Surely £10would' not n make us much. pioorer whlen we take' inito oonaideir...

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