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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 February 1873
MlELBOUItNE.Y P1iOU .IRC ?tArtl(l,'r. ls:El ?Iy?rstoio ndItild report for-: the' week. erdhi?ri.'ebrtti'ay 2U; 173 - The l Juli ThiJir.dtdo ig the pot owslr lIee is slightly 19nroprel I ctisequence of hiille IlI quaniity cioro?,g- forIdrtr for : tiiint'editLe sil Ioetm raiitl plefert storittg thatnh?eie tlirsent rates;,. Wae have sold. large parcels dtiriog theo weekt5at 4 Gd pcr ltii?hol cash~ (irst-class stam ples):aa hpire still orders eon hadito supply3on enmo tortes. Sinco l est mo.rel, ioes l t ai'es'o t. the prices quoted holuaw: Flouri:por tont s ... 1a 2. 0 tuo£12. 5,. 0 Potatoes, do . * 0 0 0 0 O. Brant parrbushel- ... u: 1 - :0 0 1 Sharpe,;:.do ... 00 G 0. , 0.,. 0 . Pollard, do. ... 0, 0 0 0.? .00 Wheat,.. do 0 -.5.. 4 0 0 Rye, ,: :. do ,- .;` : 0 4 .. 40 9. Outs, do . 0 3 2,- 0 3 4 IBarley,. do ... 0. 5 4? 0 5 8 Natio,=; -ado, . 0 3.1o:0. 0o.3 11 Itaceo,..pFCr'.lh 0O0 0: 0 loamrs, do 0 0 0...... 0 0 Butter,., do .. 0.: l 0 0 .8. Lard, .- do 0 0 0 0 00 Chrese, do 0 0 0 7...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 February 1873
ILOl'GwooD OmD'Iunded att Lcnvooý d5ib C;whn t, Iln tl `like trihorc; T athiui d ;I'ýi !'.rmc uu :`e, Jli oirrhatrl'r .P'i;Cers~`iumpl-i" e ; :IMPOUNDINGS .. ... BENALThA-Impounded at- 'Boonala, 6th Feb. iuaty-Trespneo3 adah ' : lay draught geldilg, atar, streak, and snip, two for noad near hind -leg white collar:marked, W 'car ehouldernondierck - =ý--. - '.'+ Bright bay nob gelding, star near hind--fetlonk. white, hI;'car bad over N: -narshouldero.=. .??" To be sold on 12th Marcih; B OWM:1aN9! FOtHS'P imouuedd at1Bnnn avorth.Shir ooPo ildlst Flebruc iry? Fleabitten grey hIorse, over Ji near shou lder, Yr near neckr? .On theo 3rdil. February -: nlay lorer , Jil nar'shoulder o hay colt, small star, no visiblo brand;, s I 'o;be sold on 5th.6 larh ,.? t NGp A RtAT.A.-In p oddot .ngrat ts . 2.9th" JMlihifry- "" " - - By miare,;nea fore anid aii:?lifoiet- hiteo, JB near shoulder so r s i?5?.'io n r Bay mare; ,tea rishoulder.and rump,. S : O '3d ebr iy Young black sow r Young black and wh...
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 February 1873
' v ,.1, t ,;Pb ,.d on Ts* o. R[ , ?. d,. o. • ` ,' l RIDAIY, P1T tA1 28 18. Tns Royal Commsio?;n'lint ha''sojdsst finished its inquiries into thb working of bthe Local Governmenu Acsl a, oono of, te lin os omprtaint that has been appointed a of~lt, yegprin Vie. torin, and wo lo.keforvard with sangumo ex peetatini t th?iresult of its labiours. It has long been ihetiikthtt :the!'present law .requires amendment, and there cnarf'ie no doubt that tlio.Oommission has now collected siftficient mateiials fart19 dr5ftiug 9f marosatisfasfctory and comprehensive measuresthan any existing one 6nthe'esuljet of6aodaln 6c"government.'; In' many respects. tho,local government law. hias, hitherto been vague and iiunsttlediind 'shire aild borough councils and road boards have hardly klinwn 'Iheir powers; andi' in many cases. theyhave exceeded them. The, lorou gh Council" of Sdndhuist: hhs been one of' the principal nfo riers .}n this particular. ; But while this stretching of the' law hasnot been wi...
BENALLA ANNUAL RACES, 1873. Judge: Mr. Jesse Watts. Starter: Mr. J. S. Gardiner. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 February 1873
B?ENALLA. ANINUAL'V ES 1873. Jesse T r. 'eWsso7atts: Strter: Mr. J'S. Gardioer. I i * 4 ,* ." , I- 1 , Stewards:' MlossE; '. M'Bean, . .M' Donnell, C'. M'Giienildy .' M'Kellac,'It. M'Grath, A. Robertson, R. Eoskin, J. Byrnes, and J. S. Gardiner. ioG~&lt;"o '.h. r! -' SFIRST DAY-TIURSDAY, FEB. 27. ThoIBenalla races of this year, in spite of the late rains have bedn commenced with un usual success, aind th sport fo a^ ountryroost aig haqbeen excellent. The bad weather of the past-fortnight had caused many to fear thatiho. success of theoraces _would.bo eotirolyt marred by tre unpreopihous state o'f tirt olemonts ; and indeed when we look bak-woe think woe have reason tocedngratulatol ourselves that the first day! of thoR'aces was usheredino wtlh' ah fine sunny morning, that invitod visitorsi to coime froi far and near to seoethe sport. Wo'havoe hiad during' t ho illst fortnight'ta sa?_ s of thunderstorms of unuual-l vinolnco.i 'Tho thunderstorm of Sunday last has already been;...
SPAIN. MADRID, FEB. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 March 1873
MAOIn;D, FEB. 22. No European power has. as yet recolnissed the Spanish Republic, and it.?is stated that the several' Governments. sion arranging: for joint action on the question, . A Mlinisterial- crisis has-occurred at Ma. drid. The Cabinet of Senor Zorilla has re signed, and the formation of a homogenous Republican Ministry is espected. Trasnquiil. ity prevails in the city. Symptoms .of: inlsubordinatiion ,bav. op. peared in the Spanish army. ; The Carlists are inasters of Catelonia, and ~ae deStroyed'thlo railway between Bilbao and Miranda. Au outbreak has taken place at Porto Rico. t?- • .
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 March 1873
TO ADVERTISERS*. Advrrti'egenicannoth bewithdraewn before the time expireseforii~wich they havo.'been o ered:-. In:oases whq~p theonumberof insor tioni?s ?not siff??cifid the adv;ertioimenh'will be inserted till cpugttermanded5 and charged ac cordingly. " Quarterly.:adyerti?nments will be contiguously insertpd unless a written order to .t . ym ST .eeji.
BENALLA ANNUAL RACES, 1873. Judge: Mr Jesse Watts. Starter: Mr. J. S. Gardiner. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 March 1873
4B NAL-Ff 4U ý1I BCES, 18je7S0 Zuf .-Mr.; gesso watts. a u1?:iltartefr.IýIrl.JwS)3. Gardiner:,, Stewards: Messrs:a-.-*M'Bean, F. M'Doanell, P. Wti~lffI Jýdy hTpi? XISiiar-flI. M'Girath, -'lr ,·2r;ofaon olr$qb' okilt ýt·:yitea;e;iap~;iJ 'S: .Qtardiber.k'i,.ac» .,r a :=;- ": ( u ':~ o., L'-'·,j ;
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 March 1873
S. POST OFFrICE, BENAL ?'AI An1IVALn AN. DrPARTURE (F MAILS &C. j M; · ,Itfails arrive Frm Melbourne, and polst togns by way of Melbourne, daily (Mondays excepted), at 9,1 Intermediate post tpWns, iZ.,- Donnybrook Wa.lla" wallanh , Kimore Bro.idfocd,) allaroobk, Seymour, Avenel, ,Iongwnod &c. (including the correspondence from 'Mansfield, Merton, Alex. adr, Jamlieson .) 9.l p.m., at ,9 m 'Winton,' Wan.garattsa, and .Beechworth (Ip. eludingiletters from Or6ta, 'Taraiwinger,O?pley ElrDorade,Buicklaind, .Ysckandandah, W'ahgen. yabs Riitheiglen, ObhUterb, Alburiy,rtc.,whence Son?-direct mslls -are received),- daily (aihndays excepted), at 15.30L p.m. ; laecor Plaind s Yabba Yabba Stationi, Katan. dra,~ qor;am; and. Ysrrawonga's do,. ridays;eat 8b?pparsou, Pine Lodge SLation, Gowen." gardle sad Benaila do, Mondays; at 7.30 p.m. i Malls close For Melb)oure,?and. places. vi? Melbourae, daly"(Su.f?pexc pted) at5O:l? p?in.. Sloerei datootw twes v, Violct Towni Euion, Longwood...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 March 1873
E' P,1rNE PRODUOE "MARKET :' : ?I?eu:NoyrI: and Red. repot, for the. eoek The wheat market during ,the pat week; ltl aliiebt imjproved; q?.?icoaeeqeuec of: thi small i antl??miitg-l foreri fob iumedirte." sale. Farmer atll.'pperfe ri;etr ng t h ano?ep proseot iae.e? ?SWe:'hbve: pldlatrge iarcola durrtrg tetb seel"kat' as d pper liu'oel,cpeh, (flete-claei sam. ~les)' andrhave still otdera ouhand to supply do eame!ters. ,t:a , "Since flitrweek;'alei have been made at" the pricee quoted below':- Flur,:ip?r ;' o £9 q ;to 12 1°' 0 Pntdo'e do " . t~°u" "''0, 0' Bran, pat bdtlel'e 0. ?1 ' 0Ol 1 Sharp do . 0 0 0 0 0 WVheat; ba''' d 4 dO 6 8 R y e , " ' ". "db: ' " ": ,: : : : ' 4" ' d0 4 9 td?Q,#?'ý?- ·t;?-'. - . 0 3 -- ·- . ;..d,:3"= 4, Barley--- .;; - 0 6 4.- 0,,6 8' ilaise, db ... 3 0 0. 3 1) Bacn;erlb :pee," 09 0 :0,j 0"' Butter, d . 00 4 L 08 teLrd, ? do' 0.; 0 0 0 0 0 0 Egi;, per doe': .:'-? 0 0 0 0 0, 'Meere 'Ca w,' Adamao;', ted Co. rpjiqrt) fr thewee.: edig'Febrluaiy 3, 1'?873:- el...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 March 1873
S '111 LIQUID, DEI.,TRIICE FLORILINEI Sweti'asIte Afabroeil air~,"1 With its perfume rich' and'rare'; Bweet"ae:violetd'at the moru,i' * W'hich the' emerald nok's adorn. " iweet as rose'bude bhiritiogfotth Proom ti:i ri~ibl h;wd i ::'th - :-'::r S Is the'Fatanastt F?xocaau? . IThe. teoth it makes a pearly-white, Sb' piere and lovely to the sight; TheguMid heua oa 8rs y hsiee, The breoith ie sweet as violete blue; WVbilst scented 'as the flowers df May, Which cast their sweethesa from each spray, tf e, tho _FRAsOIIAnFLnt? enBcc.''?.'" .' Fire some fairy-with its hand "hat reorind its,mystio .wand, ... And producdd from fairy'; bower FPoectei.pdrfumes from each flower Fo iii leligquid ie fg aro lbe-. All that eanu eauty add and grace S Suh"ie tife FaooujAqNi-FtLcreLa. Road This TgFro the Teekly Times, 2tih Macsh,. 17 ,:-Thbr: 're so iany toilbt cA ticles wbih ,oblhtiill tfheir celibr:yi from' heitin do.n Its6'alfyn'd.'ileh~eivelj aHiertlsod, that it makes ?i i?ecesehry'irhen anything n...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Saturday 1st March. (Before the Police Magistrate and Dr Hallett J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 March 1873
WANGAA&R PTA. POLiLO 'CO '.cb *it±*! :: * d' i turday i1t Marah;- Sia ;,i it (WpB iPrrejWI oheagd. th beiai, ng , .dr hkt anelardorderlerhO;waid 0ea ned . oo onh'orie i prisonwmetih:lo .n ol e Oi oj % se ol , ot1.' Ppllde'd'i Shir'kof Qxil. .Ihi.oIns foim ';e.s,.9 cosniin' The do??qlhe itrnlhe t bie:albia I;'ti':jftl aemountiodbghtlo'niofhb rnroored.,an..f4 Os ",. OrdrnYlfV rhoarbounl.:.t . .; . .::,i p ' o 1:i '. J"' f"i r arly'. a' ThoaLe ** Wlli'amnl were : charged w.lh sttle steall Ig. .''-Afu .s: ,Menshpe otorseoilo.pcoosoolq i 'behalf* of, the:0rowo.,, / y ,: b ' h" I:' GeiorieeOhhndler deposed-I am. aifarmer ',rc sidieig'! at ?iVinton.:-;. Rlmeymbo.rtho,,. 10th' of? Februar. ': From:ia.formatibn received I iont to the Ipolidoepadddocki at,. Wangaratan,and i saw cattle beldnging to me,gtwo bhifelrs. randed. C near shoulder and 0 near neck. "I never sold thein l orautholrled any one to sell them, .??Vafi? them at £2 apioe.e, ReKnow :the prisner -Kully" who;lives about4'...
OVENS AND MURRAY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 March 1873
OVENS AND$MURRAY AGIIOCULTU. R·AI S?001 ETY.::' The committeo of this easoclation at last met at the Royal VictoriaT"Hotel on Wednes. day last for the purpose of taking into con. sideration the prospects of the society. There were present, Mtr Spink (in the chair), and Meseri Tone and 'M Donald. Mesrs O. Chandler and Blaikie were also present. The following accumulated correspondence was received: From G. C. Levey, secretary of the Inter. national Exhibition, enolosing a programme, and soliciting the co peratiln of :the so. clety.', From the Town Clerk of Wangaratta, so. lioting a donation of £10 towards the funds of.the .locltezhibition nThemoney had been granted-at the'ti'me. From the Hamilton Pastoral.and Agrlcel. tural Society, inviting the ao-operation.of.thr, ioeie!y in fornitig an aseoiition, for the pur. pose cf bolding a champion sheep show an. naslly in Victoria. It was estimated that a sum of £500 would be required per annum. It was thought advisable odt to hold the show ...
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 March 1873
p'i'tTi~rhr 11EhL]I AMS FRItM EU tWPE t+a° . a1a i Un1I LbNLboeeoa'ebruaryI9,au: F autls It o-bfrap, ilOreknt rito'atDOtIo ' In, p @airrng yqrýtaeley on ti'etdeillalhh o? y 9 bour ino hoe 4Tytruaia-,]on oli'e th? v?iAie exhortsitheerworking,.nmo ttgo ier?ilr3, sI he Exhilittion commissioners propose, Atb irianteme!it if:rian Australiati'a`nnese ,.?aa~ eset of S2,00 (?.); each colony to contribute nacordiig to its r-venue. The'nsorn"of 'the Bolgian:annexo has b,'i gr'anted f£r this. year. Oow :1"tU, Sir Charleas Co perAent ?1eral1 l'rq New uSoOthad Wales, hie deposited with, te, Colbnial Offioed:tliprotest sentshome by.the, delegates of thait colonj: against the decision of the conference manking,Melbourne the ter-" minus of ithe Suez routeil , ,i Mr?rCrdwellhas; in+ the uaeHouae, ofC.m rm ons i Ctrodoued'the Army Estimates.ir .He i intIatidTin.tocoorse.elif his spoeoh that the 1 4th;sectio" of 'th Mutiny At would lbe expunige, ,and it was proposed that. the soldiers'.of tlid British...