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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 March 1873
-THE Published »on Tuesdays and?Fridays. FRIDIAY, MIARCH 7, 1873, 'Tn. situntion of the Government school, enaohotrn nder the new Elucation Art does St apear tobe byjany means so satisfactory it''sa when they fulfilled their duties hede h auspices of the old Board of Educidtiao.r ordig to the Act they are to receiTp th'first six months of the present year.a sue equal to only nine tenths of the fees which they obtained previously, but it should be bornoie wo'm d that incoase uience of the iflux; of children into the schoolP, which]the Act has. occasioned, their duties have been much?i-i.' creased: and they will be even worse off when thesee six moithis hiE o expiriie d The- hcead mastersof large schbola especially will suffer,, and as a general rule it may be stated that the' highedr a teacher is in theoservice tho-moi e: :ivilltheobo'oppressiedunder theo new, Education } Ac?. I6.ono, sensothoe Act is a great success, hut in another.it is a most lamentable failure. It has filled the"...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 March 1873
-p _OS. OFrICE, BENALI4IA. AnRIVAL At .. D!PARfTUuE or, MAILs &e, Mails arcire From Melbourne, and port towns by way of ,Melbourne, daily" (loudays .excepted), a "0.16 .pm. Intermediate post towns,ols'.; D niionnbrork Wallan Wallan,t Kilmore;, Broadford, Tallsrook, Seymour. Adeinel, Longwdd ;&o. (including, the correspondence from Manlfield, Mlerton, Aiex. andre, Jamieson r&o), at 9.10 p.m. ' Winton', Wangaratt, end Ieechworlh= (in. ?luding lettear from Oreta,:Tarrawanger, Oxley, El Dorado, Buckland,' Yackandan'dah, Wshgun yab. Ituthergleo, Chiltern, Albiury, &c., whence no, direct imalh, are received),''idaily. (Sundays excepted), at 5.30 i.. .. 2linjor-Plains, Yahba YaLba ls Stan, Katan. drn, Cobrnm, and. Ysrrawonga do, Fridays, at 10.30 a.m. 8hepparteno Pine Lodge Station, Gowetn gardle and Benalla do; Mondays, at'7.30 p.m, 4a?ils close. For Melbourne, and .places viS Melbourne, daily (Sundays encepted),.at 6.16 p.m. Intermediate post towns, vi:., ...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 March 1873
BENALLA 'SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday; March 4. it ,:The Benalla ';hireCouncil met at the h usual hlo.! Mlembers present-The Presio dent (ifriG. Shalrpe); and Ore Hoskln, Ryan, n M Kee, ani Guppy. v 'the minutes of the last meeting were read b and confirmed. '_ .. > CORRcESONDENoCLE,. From Jaimes Collie;'ot' Pine Lodge, stating b that as the gate on the old road between Mr t Fraser's station, Talllgsroopon,. and Pine e Lodge was about to be blocked up it would bt'neoessary' tý-bave 'the trees blazed from i Pine Lodge pre-emptive right to the, bound. t 'ary. The Council were ofiopinion that Mr t Collie might himself blaze the trees. From-R. Fleming, salling "attention to ille unfisinehed state of the bridge across C Castle Creek. t`From J. C. Marshall, stating that tie t faimers of the Three mile Creek, Wanga. t ratte, had chosen John Crabb, a farmer on thi Oreek, to be herdsman of the Warra. wingee Farmers' Common, he.having agreed to take the fees; which would not. probably amount t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 March 1873
ir L I jý 0 tL INE. 'THE LIQUID DE~ T 'ItVICE. f .1 -0 J, ?R ,. FLOI1tYEI - B??e.t es the Ambroiai air, ., ,?Wtisi!e perfUtme rich acid rareo Fweet as' violits at'tbo wtorn, Vhich the emerald Dooke adorn , ý . weet:se rosebuids huirting forth .:, ~ i-: . From theriehly laden earth, Is the.FaAOnAt? FoIUILInzE. .The r teeothittmake"sa pearly white, i Sh pdre'and'lovelyto theo.sight;: ' The gume'asume a rosy }ue, The breath.ii sweet as violets b'ue ; Whilst aceitod as the flowers of May, - Which cast their sweetness from each spray, S'Is'the onaaotnti Frooatttr. - Fare ,ome fairy with its hand (jist roditd itta.nijtio anid; - ,. d produced (iso faio fa bower Fe taed pod rfuute 'fi6m each flower; For'in this liquid gem tie trade All that can bhiuty add and grace Such.is the FtaoAnuO FL,'anILnnt. ]led .This a From the fedly Times, 26th SIflarcih 1871 : T-There are so many toilet a ticles' "' "hich' ob'thili'all their'celebrity from lieing con. ,'tntly and extensively advertised,' that it...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 March 1873
£5 REWARD: COST ,aout Benlla the Undermontioned HORSIc.S, heavy draught;: 1 GREY MARE, branded WE near shoulder 1 BAYI HORSE. branded AB near shoulder :-'I3BAY. MARE, branded l. near shoulder Thoeabore reward aill b given to any rerson bringinfg 'tho' dimeo to 'SuLmere's Saw Mills, Benalla,'. J, o. SU3.MMERS. Benalla; March 4,'1873 .' ' Rechabite Hall, Benalla, ON sABBATHI Nz,, Mirach 9th, Sermons will be preached tin the Roehabit'e Hall, 'Morning at Eleven o'olock, by the Rev. J. Oglethorpe; Evening at Half-past Six, by the Rev. Jabez Ashmoad, of Now South Wales. S' PATRICK'S DAY,. MARCH 1:7. GRAND FETE Under the nuspices- of the iH.A.C.B.S., Wange. rata Branchb. tronTsT CoSarrTTcE t' Messrs T. Cu-tick, G. Brow, A. Byrne, J. Byrne, 'Pi Canny, B Cnony, :E. Burke, and Ml. J. Flynn. 'TIE ahove Committee havenmuch pleasure in a anniouncing that they"intend'Celoebrating St, Patrick's Day according to ethe following Pro. ramme. Arand Procession will leavd the ?.bth-dllo'eh0'nltgoqrouno"'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 March 1873
c": MLL1]JiS SADDLER. sonc,.. HOss e , HIRE. --.i t. :DD:E AND: HARNESS MAKER' Bridge Street, Benalla : ESTABLIRED 1853];1',;f ' "Gray 'tr??t: .anaratta .. S Undersigned begs to:tify that'li has lately' •P a ED.':T IS, BREW ERY And can Suppol Customoers with Al BEERi. ; F. C. M ICHE.LL o'IFb a1oo " w 'ill are auw complele'kd ia full waork ng rder. All orders executed with promptitude and, dispatch PROP R I ET OR )3ENALLA . .. TELl olMcNALLY S RE . Proprietor. PRINTING AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE SR/ Bidoge SOtreet, Beialla. ' TATIONERY AN- BOOKS AT MItELOU RNIE 2.ROS . . . t -. • ? With carrnage addod., Blan k-Acceptance Foims; 'aiid:P, ssw Books. Anow `Assortmet of BTULWE1VS and oither =ovels at Melbourne Srices6, SA'LARGE VARIETY OF' COPY BOOKS; _ . i .' Woddig and .Mlournilg Envolopen.i "' " ; M?TAL AND= FAI.OT. INr8N-STANDB,,: ODAqS "S`ILVER`P'EN`C'L'S AND LEA`DS ;'". PLAYING CARDS IN VARIETY..' NOTE AND LETTER PAPERS RULED FAINT AND PLAIN. . . OtherArtIolees of attionry too num er...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 March 1873
hlEI ULBOUUNEt PItODIUOB MARKET , Mtc'sri'Noyes anid'ReI repdort for'the week . ciedling Feblruary 20,.1E7a:- . .- ; a;. o, ekt market ditriLg thi past week hos ".IJightly, -niproved in. conseqlonce of the sitnll r.iqAaIsntiy, coming forwnrdl.'fur inmediate tle. . s.hi'rmiters Fkýi prfer storin-.thatin. accpt prosint Srater. We have o!ld largo pyrcule duiing ihe P.i:'oeeklat 3: 'l pgr lushol cash (fist-clsB nam. ,t pl)e), undrl; h. e iill orders on il'ludto supply on oi me ter.m . , . I i Si.Sincla week, sales bavonben. madee at the "i" prices etied bel ow ?rii r bushl * I 0. 0 1 : 1 Shrp, do ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 "' Pliid, do '... 0 0 0 0 0 "Wtheati, do 0... 0 4 0 5 6 PRye,a; do- ..'. 0 4 0 0 4 0.,Ot do . 0 3 2 0 3 (4 -' Bkrrle;fy do . 0 '0 4 0 5 1 8 lMiioze' do r .. 0 '3 0 0 3 I1 Hltan, per Ib ... 0 .0: 0' 0 0 0V H.aicti, do .. 0 0. 0, 0 0i 0 B-utter do - ... . 0 5~ 0.. . 8 SLard, do ... 0 0 0 0 0 .Clfeee, do. . '-0 0 5 - 0 0 SHoney, do .... 0 0 0 0 00 Eggs, per'ldosei ,, .0?. 0 0 -0 0 ...
WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 March 1873
WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. The committee of. the abhove institution met at i the Town Hall'oos Thursday ls5t, There •were present'The 1 President, . and Mesars; J. H. Alley; Johnstone, Boyd; Tdne Smith;, Evans, A'chdeacono>Tueker, and D iutobhinson. The minutes of the previous maeetig were read and confirmed. SFrom `w; Boyd, treasurer 'of the Hospital dtle Committe, stating that he was prepared to hand over the sum of £200 towards the funds of the institution, and requeating to be informed when and to.whom he should pay the money. Held over for the report of the sub-committee.- - , d The patients' committee reported thai they lrad visited the hospital and found that the numberfot beds there was inesufioient' for the requirements, and suggested that two extra beds be provided. - They also recom. mended that the verandah' on the south side' should'be boarded in for' a diiting room, as' it was'extremely inconvenientfor'th1o patients to dine in the kitchen; There were at pre. sent 10.in.pa...
SHOCKING MASSACRE AT FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 March 1873
I SHOC11KING MASSACRE AT FIJI.,. Fiji advices state th?ttlio Kaikole tribe had descended from the mountaiaesto the -B IRiver, and attacked AMr ,Burns's plantation. They mneasseired the 'owner, his' wife, three cbhilden,' add 28 labourers. 'Warning wees sent to the adjacent settlers, who armed a large party of labourers, and attacked the !Kaikolos wh'fithey weiveo aboutl mlaking a 'cannibal feast on their victims. Great ecoitoe ment prevails in Levuka, and a publio meet ing as hbold. Thd Government officials are considered responsible for the massaore by thelr.intemperate actions when recently visit log tho Ba didtriet, and threatening the planters if they shot the natives.
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 March 1873
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE (o BIBIAARuINE TELfEGRAPII.) LoNDON, March 3. -'thlio'`J'iondon bankers have. been exten sively defrauded by the circulation of forged bills, and from £50,000 worth .of forged American bonds being pliced in the market. Lugardl, who was charged with defrauding Glyns, the bankers, has- absconded, and his bail, amounting to £12,000, has been es. treated. In the House of Commons Viscount En. field, Under Secretary o&f Siate 'for Foreign Affairs, in replying to a question put by Mr VWhitwell, member for Keodalll said that the Government considered that no recognis. able government` had been constituted in Spain. Maroh 4. Forged bills to, the amount of £80,000 have been'discounted b jthe Bank of Eng. land; Th'e perpetrators of the forgeries arc Americans. -
SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 March 1873
SSITINGS'OE COURTS.: ,,-, ?:. OIRCUIT;COURT. i eecbworih--Thriieday, April !17. Of. ZRA~L8E8S10(S. -.' lleechwarth-. Yednesday. September 3.,,' Mnnbeld--donday. alluroh 21. hmirsou-Thursday, 31Mrch20,.. cGUsTr COUBT3. Benall-Saturday, Aogat 2., WVangoranttaWedneadRaY, Apil 3."G , lana6seld TuesdiuYMarch 25. Alexandra- Saturdayi 3'ur b 16.
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 March 1873
i POST OFFICE,: BENALLA.; AnVAU r ANL DlstPARTIURA, oF ; rAILs &0. Malls arrive From Melbourne, and post" to'ns by way of Melbourne, daily (Mondays excepted), al 9.15 p.m. . Intermediate post towns, viZ., Donnybrook Wallan Wallan; Kilmore,-Broadford, Tallarook, Seymour, Ayvepel; Longwood dc. (including the correspondonto from Mansfield, Morton, Alex. andra, Jamioson &c.), at 9.16 p.m. Winton, Wangaratta, and e.eccworth (in. eluding letters from Greta, Tarraeeinger, Oxily, El !Dorado, Buckland,- yackandandah, Wahgun yali. Rutherglon, Ohiltern, Albury, &c., whence no direct ,mails are received), daily (Sundays cxcepted), at 5.30' p.m, . Major Plains, Yabba Yabba. Station, Katan. dra, Cobram, .and Yarratiotign do; Fridays, at 10.30 a.m.. _ -h-pparton, Pine Lodge Statiob; doweh. gardio and Benalla do, Mondays, at 7.30. p.m. ` S Mails close For Melbdurne, and places vib Melbonrne, daily (Sundays.ozopted), at 5.16 pm. Intermediate post towns, viz., Violet Town ;Eur...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 March 1873
7 TO ADVERTISERS - Atveitisement Ecanrot be withdrawn beforo the timeo.expires for which they have been ordered.. In cases.w:sere.the numberof inser tihoisi not:specifledchOndVertisementswill 1e inserted till countemeinnded, and chargedn'ac cbrdingly.. Quarxtily..adeertiEements will be continuously insertbdulesae written order, to stop them is -ent . -
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, March 6. (Before the Police Magistrate and Dr Hallett.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 March 1873
WANGAltAT'>> POLICoE .C6URT. Thursday; Maroch 0.' (Befor tLhe Police Maglstrioto and Dr n?ilott.) SoiV1e;rt ?lecn was charged 'with boing.drunk andldisgrdelly, ad. wahs finred':;6?;or 24, hours' imprisonmeqt. , SJames Iplmes..was ,charged; with ' stealing fencing the property of Meesrs Oain, Dalrymple; and:Holtom TLhe'dofendant ?ppuored and aF. plied for an adjournment' on.tbe g?lunu' of not being served ,ersonally~p nd.not having r ceived.1 the writ till uunert. The case was. adjuroned, and.tlo defendant. ordered to find. bait, himself.in is£5y and two I aureties of £25 each. I John Gibson made application for a.carrier's licence, which he obtuiaod, I
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Friday, March 7. (Before Messrs G. Sharpe and A. Robertson) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 March 1873
B.3ENNLLA POLICE. COURT. Fsiday, March 7. :.(Defore Mlessi?sG. Sharpe and A.; Robertson) A seedy looking man- about 50 years of age, evidently-from his appearance:belonging to the genus 'loafer, who gave' the name of Patrick Doyle, was brought up on a charge-of larceny, but was subsequently proceeded. against at the request of the police, under the Police Offences Statute, as a person having no lawful visible moans of support. On being told the charge he pleaded guilty, saying that it was quite true that he had no moans of support ; bet as It was clear that he did not underetand the exact nature-of the vrgue-information which had been laid againet him under the elastic provieions of the Police Offences Statute, the meglstrates de. termined to take the evidence on oath, - Sergeant Whelan, who conducted the pro. secutlon, stated that the prisoner conducted a game called " Doodl'em.buck" at the late race,, and had since been- loafing about the two. One or two petty robberies had lately...