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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 March 1873
An inquest was held on Monday~ evening at Murdoch's Comzmercial Hotel:before? Dr, Miller, deputy coroner, on thh body of J. Jennings, who fell down dead. in Murphy street, Wangaratta. r he following evi denco. was ,Rddiced ~ Silas Porter deposed-I reecognise the body now:on'viewas that of the man I saw lying on'the fdoopath iid Iiarphy'st'reet. Did not see him fall. I ,hought he was in a,fit. He. appeared to be'blowing fromitlfdnrouith;'nnd' -his eyes twisting. I reported the matter-to the police. Dr Hallett deposed-I linsnveeen thobildy lying in these premises, which I recognise as that of a mnn to whom I was ealleil at a quarter pest 9 this morning. I found him lying on thoepavomoot close totihe house of Mr Jones,'and after examination prono.unced him to be dead. Thought he died from heart disease. There were no external marks of .violence. Dr Hdtchinson deposed-I recngnise the body of deceased astlieat of a man named Jonathan Jenninge, who had been an in patient in the hospital f...
WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 March 1873
WANGABATTA BOROUGH COUN?CIL. The ordinary forlniglitly meeting of the Wangaratta Borough Counoil took place on Wednesday evoning jlast, \hen there were present the Mayovr, aniFOrs Dunphy, Boyd, Thomi: A. Wilson;Speoaring, and J. John i .Toin aiutes of lait meeting were road and confirid,' -71 - C" OOnEBPONODEIOE. From the Department of Agriculture, with reference to the Council's application for a portionjof,the vote. for -fecing publiadperks. Attended'to'by thI Sedretary previous to the .meeting. I The rate collector's report was read and adopted. 'It showed that the sum of £74 7s - hoed been"oll6te do ' l ??eo'd .: " The treasurer's report was read and ta~fpted, and showed that £175?lls was the amount of the present overdraft." '" _The following-accounto were-paseed for payment:- James Montgomery .. .. 4 4 0 James Moran .. . .. 10 0 h -Tomas-usack .. .. 0 12 0 , 'Thomas:Olark .. .. 4.17 0 a .r Wilson thouight that the beat of thetime 'was passing-without--any road work being done,...
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 March 1873
;i;," THE: ... 'r 'I: .PIsdhlAcd q, Tuieda3;sancLdFrdayU. - .Sot toonstornation was created amongst the mumbers.of.tho Royal Commission, when they.; at" latelly -in'Benalln; on' hearing -from M1r;.. Geo..Snnare, the PIresident of the IonallaI Council, thathohadablolished..tlhe Dog Act, qildibile it is rumoured that co. of. them. beard the news with pleasure, and was desi roas of knowing how. the abolition- had been s effected, there is good reasons to believo that I his brother Cbmmissioners-did not -approv of a the action Mr. SHPErs had taken to overridea, very useful and necessnary measure. itthbn appeared that the Council had deliberately re fraoied from taking any steps, to collect the fees, which· they were empowered to charge for the registration of dogs, and that the Act boos thus i ebome pid6ticallii a dead t lette'r in! the Shire of Benalla. Mr. SneisPE alleged as his, reason for not carrying out the lis+. theat the coat of ,-collecting and enforcingtho~ , fees, was so grea...
BENALLA WARDEN'S COURT. Tuesday, March 11th. (Before Mr Alley, Warden.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 March 1873
BENALL WARDEN'S COURT. Tuesday, March llth. . (Before Mr Alley, ~Yardle.) .The applications to be heard wore othlasof Mr Sgbill and Mr Nicholas, being applications.fora miral lease of soma 80 acres of land at' the ?ajor Plains containing iron ore. .M r Af ar t pp'ie :or 1' Mr, og ill; Mr Nicholas was nrepresented by Comasel. e Mr'Whiteman, MI.LA. who was also ;inropresented by 'oundel, appeared to oppose Mr Nicholas' applicationu . S.Mr Alley said tlat the first application hol.hod to. deal with was one by Mr II. B. Nicholas.' Mr Whitoman-I object to it. i-) Mr Alley-Your objection is somewhat irregular. Under heleacs regulations the.groundsof your, ob jection-onght to hbestatcd., e|..' ,i; I;';(, : Mr Whitenian-I cnan only inform yoour'Worahsip' that ii waited oa the Minitor of Mines, and he told me I I could take any grounds bf'objection hbroe, ad need.in't ' specify them beforehand. . Mri Nicholas--I submit tho objection canno, be up- ' held;'l.. ~ . .... ... .. r Mr Alley-I can ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 March 1873
TIM LIQUIDi EN?NTl,??LICE. " " ,FLORIINE L: . Sweet as the 'AmlrBsiol air,. \?itb.i ,;1perfume richand'rare';;:_':3 Sweet as violets at tho'moru. Which the emeralddnooke adorn S• we?et es'rosehiids- urstieg:forth From the'richly laden earthl, Is the; Fii~anarn 'FLosuLIN E. 1 ".. The-teeth it-makesea pearly white, So puin and.lbvely to the eight ; The gums aseume a rooy' hue, The breath is sweet as violets blue;: Whilst scented as-the flowers of blay,. Whioh cast their sweetness from each spray,. t :Ib'tihe FnoaenTnIFioniials.. Sure some fairy with its hand, O astroutid.its mystic wahd,. And-produced from.fairy'idbower Seonlod perfumes.from each flower; For in this liquid gem' n?e trace Allithat cambeauty add and grace Such-3sthbo FasAno T LnarFnoncutN" r-"ti -BRead .This~; Poromthe, Tjeekly Time ,2Gth .iMaroh , 87L.:I-L,"There are-so many,toilet a, titles " hbic i obtain all their celebrity; from beiug,co:;i stantly and extensively advertised, that it makes. it necessarywhen.' aythi...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March 11. (Before Mr Alley, P.M., and Messrs R. M'Bean and W. M'Kellar, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 March 1873
3 EN,, AL, ; LA rOIUIE COURT. Tuesday . March 11. (BedorofiMrMAll y; , .Il l;nde esrsat 3PB0ih and W. - l'Kellar, J.Ps.) 2I. illiAm Maginness was charged awith-assaulting Con. stabl&M'Kee. I ( Mlr M 1'Donnell appeared for the defendant. The evilPnCidrfoFteiapoinplailiLifdwas to the efflect that defendantassaulted him on the evening of the 28th ult., while he was etrhorseback, by striking him &ad making hihereo rear.- .- .. . I: The dnfeep )was tliat the'contable' nearlyrode qover, 1the defenai/tand th latter-acted 'ieelj tn :elf de. A fine of e., with oas costs, was mposed. Samuel Nice-was summoned under the 67th section of the Scab Act for having on or about the 18th January last driven'o flock of sheep into the anasfield. clean district without having received a permit to do so from an insleetor; au'reqitired by tie Act? "1 .M.r kt'Donnell appeared for defendant. 'Willihm'Henry M'Williaml inspobetoof lieepo fr the lMansfield district;. deposed-On-tbq 24th January I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 March 1873
_ -TIHE-rFOLL-O.WIYAiG tAPPLICATIONS 1:-.a ":;19121~31 fi3::( 101 2100 OeBIDElRD 3, ATI " t: L3ld. I 7.1'211-' + i? 11l+ALLA.p.6ox. LAND .,1D0AR25t :11u rrlihof q ,Y r..+++,,'?.- r. - ,+ "' x " e11 .J , 2l 318 ...... :A 'tEleen ao'clock a...- '', """. "4I::':?S:I / 1 uLtit': L I ; -` ;:::- 0 : toi ?"- ' `3 I" 3oaoso.eooi a. , Jl -, r . , Ares u1dlo "0 l+'Name';dr: c Paris(':, ` 'Allot;. J t -. iiO i .: . - .l : . A: . i P. -euie-.rbckd. A ;. l13r k Ileze part 4 ,i; 30 0 0 Joa n Brownlaess Dranj e 14 2, 30 0 i3 v i tF tterau. ulnlorneg " 0 1 1 8 2 "4 . Mihel Ste? ...... a part r 5 ... 4+. . t 0 i1mfI1o 3a I , r: a ri 2 Mi.eli lta- ey doi . I ' .Si 1 2:' ph20038 ('1131 30 e 1 12:: 2 3 1 :,.1 i 1 - -1 vi>33 . . io-.Ka oe Hart" T ". d. p'.l?'/ ie ... B o dq. P0 0 "i 23a . : Praia: k:,t, i do :i :u r t ," do.3r _ ; 0: . 0! i -.0+, :, : Nei r W nroro! p i1o, n iabo 70:i 2 1 1'0 : a13C. 1 e01 abo:itry K01 :. 3 ,23 , part 7,'1", ? 0 0 1Clo haet Sheat aarr e part 65 1 .t 1 0 o0 ' D.r. b"M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 March 1873
fi 1. ý :} N5 it CDi i . I 9. SADDLE N AtN, HARNESS MAKR .. ,BrieStreet, 'Benala,. . . ° : ': . ' - ! . . -Ii n " 11 J 7 . r . : " _ ... ,' .7 . . LSTABLISHED 1853 ..'. l, III. ,"I i_3 , :.. ," Alt R if tGrayStreet, Wangaratlta. } H'Undersigned !begs to" notify that he has 'latelyI 1 .RE-O PE 'D TillS BRE ERbY And can Supca l all Customers with Al BEEI. SF. C. MICHE ,LL. NA A STEAM SA MI ilE above Saw Mills ar now complto and inýul ý wor.lng orde. All orders executed ,with promptitude and dspath . STORE . -s Pioprietor ··I -- # ' l PRINTING AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE Br idge. ,Street, Benoiallat. STATIONER! A;D o J K K` 8 T$'TIEBOURNIfE J';PIOES .a i, " , s, n." . 11 ith carriage addd. i :, a -+ ti o . . ,D AY 3 BO1 KS, LEDGERS;%- 1-" "i IiP,;.. I I; NUTE' BOOKS. SBlani Acceptance anor sandPass Books A new Assortment of ?,U?WR'S :, and oez -ra1oos,.,a, :aMelbanoun Wodding and Mourning Eavolopeo. , .. METAL. AND FANCY.INfKS?,D .. a, ORD AN1T S ,L.aE.R: PE NIC I". S.N D L E D? S ??DS . ...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 March 1873
MELBOURNE. PRODUCE MARKET. Iarg IToyeafdl 'dReid report for tho week endin 'Feb'rUM^y 2ET1j83 - * Flour;perto^-.1f £152 0 Oto i12 15'O ,I;Pottoes , *o * a.0,., o p;o , .,:i -,;. p , Br'a, par bubeal 0 1 .. 0i l. 1 .l\lh. srp,,l, d.oi,._ a...,tqi 0. a ...P.I ?"e:p' r ° .: Polnl lts ...d :,- ,I;t: o:, '..0 . ,-O;1 b ' you sao.;:;. ;do;.r'-w.,i.,:d 0o 0 tops flou4 -.' l a dt8,,. I hid , i; -· , O;:,i0i.,3.;4 :, o 0 oT,3 " rl: Barley, d 0o;;. :,,;. 0 i : ..t,: 0,i ,. 8 J.+ .i Pr-, o_. ; t SA .Pno ; i0 ..O np l1 oI, f ao';iprr. l qI/ 0 0"i 0; 0 AIlt,-le;da-fromt;.. w ernopi:0ti,0.:fi-.0,: A) j 0 .. 0 0j 041, 0:. Crhs,) ,dg'1 . ;., o ,O,,??O., .,,0, 7 " g1; ;0h e ,. do' ...... , -0 ,, 0 0 0 0 ,P . ?Eggs,ap4 dePen .. '.011: 0;i;:P., 0. 0 = l r?ai-O'aiMCnw, buiAdanlo~il and .Col report for , the ieekdading i tar-56, 1873 :-ii -.; 1 Breidbs'affs ule alb6ut' mi'nmognalaoot w wek.h At' our sale tc-lny we-'uitted soma 60 tops flour, -''Wdaliihi~ for Evano 'and: 1Mdglnntes1ial. hi 'l2s08 whilo's...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, March 19. (Before Messrs Sharpe and Robertson, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 March 1873
I3ENALLA 1'OLICE COURT. Wedneadny,'March 10. (Beforo Iesre Sh'arpo and Robertson, J.P.'e)' Elon Thoas,w who asbcharged with drntlken. nose,' was fined 53,.or.in :default, 24'hours, and on a second chargo of using obscene languago was fined .£5, or in default, to go to gaol for a month. A Chinaman nnmed.'Ah Wan was hnarged with being unlawfully on the premises 'of E. T. Far. roll, via an enclosed garden, between 10 and 12 at night, with interit to commit a felony.,'I?'r bM'Donnell defonded.tho' prisoner,. Edward Thomas' Farrell deposed-I a'nm a gardoni',"residing at: Benalla, Blave known prisoner'about a month past. He cam'to 'buy apples about three weeks ago, Sold him 200 worth. Showed him the bhost trees. 'Ever Pstic then I have been missing apples. Have missedd 1Icwt, owt 'in one night. Frominformation recelved, I watched the garden on thi'o night'bf the 17th. 'About 11 o' clock,I heard footsieps and' saw two OChinamen inside the gardon near the fence.. Was about 20 yards from the...
FRANCE AND GERMANY. March 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 March 1873
FRANOE :AND. GERM1ANY. M1arch 15. France and 'Germany have signeod an agreement stipulating for the payment of the indemnity money by instalments terminating in September next, the Ge'rmans evacuating the whole of French territory in July, except. ing Verdun, and district, ~which, they will occupy. until September. . SLONDoN, 1M.arch 10. - The Lonidon.wool sales closed last night, prices steady. During the series 131,080 bales have been catalogued,'and 9,000 bales withdrawn. The exports have reached to 45,000bales.TheFrench buyers wore numerous the German present in catnt numbers, while the Americans woere altogether absent. The new scalo'.ofpricesa established has been 25 per cent below that of February, 1879. The trade is moderately stocked, and an' early recovery in value is improbable. The- next ealer commence on 24th April.
THISTLES AGAIN. To the Editor of the North Eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 March 1873
THISTLES AGAIN. 2b teo Editor of theo orth EastorEn?iagn Sir,-Seeing that the Sliro Council have, not yet moved in this important matter I beg again to 'bring the subject before thpub-.. lie, as this obnoxious weed is daily gaining strides and will eventually become a perfect plague in the shire. It is a fact that cannot be disputed that the thistles are a hundred times more numerous now than they were eight 'years ago, when the Thistle Act came Into force; and as long as the Council per mit them to grow with impunity on the pub lie lands and roads underr their control, so long will they continue to Increase and multi ply, and I predict that unless something is done at once towards their eradication in a year or two they will drive the people off the land in some parts of this shire. I am quite convinced that our councillors. can have no idea whatever of the enormous injustice they are perpetrating In permitting their roads to team with thistles whose seeds are blown over the fences...
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 March 1873
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROMs EUROPE BY s5UDMARtInE TEEItGRAPH.) - LoNDON, March 15. Mr Disraeli, after conferring with Lord Derby, explained to the Queen to-day his reasons for declining office. The Conservatives are urging Lord Derby toforn a Cabinet*. . Mlr Gladstone is anxious to retire from office, but the Liberals are confident of in dueing' him .to r,,sumao. It is expected that there will be a further adjournmenit of Parliament. Marceli 10. 'After Mr Disraeli had had an interview with the Queen, Her Mlaojesty summoned Mr Gladstone,' who had, however, not consulted hisrcolleagues as to the course to be pursued. Be probably resumes oaice The Atlantio cable of 180i. is brolen two .miles from a shoreehnd. :Tahe-Caranjos, with railway plant and 310 'labourers,;hassailed for Tasmania :
HIBERNIAN SOCIETY'S SPORTS AT WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 March 1873
UIBEfNIAN' SOCIETY'S SPORTS AT WA QVNARATTA. The day proved every way favourable for the holding of these sports, and a very large number of thu adult population of Wangaratta put in an appearance on the Agricultural Show Reserve on-Monday to witness th6 sports got up by the Hiberniau..Socioty. A little after 11 o'clock in the morning the members of the Society, marshalled by Mr. Patrick Canny, and led byMr.: T. lL'Guire, marched in pro cession in full rgalia following their splendid banner to the place of rendezvous. A good band had been provided for the occasion, anid played at intervals through the day. Shortly after the a'rrival of the procession on the ground the sports commenced under the able superintendenco of Messrs. A. Byrne, and M. and T. Cusack, who acted as stewards. The handicapping fpr the races generally was ex cellent. Almost all the events were well con tested. The weather was excellent, and every thing passed off very pleasantly, and both Mr. Burke, the holder of ...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 March 1873
TO ADVERTISERS* Advertiscments cannot.be withdrawn before the time, expires for which they. have .beep ordered: In bases where the number of inser tions is ·ot specified the advertisements will be. inserted.till countermanded, and charged ac cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be Scontinuously inserted, unless a written order to. stol, them is sent.
Tuesday, March 18. (Before Mr J. H. Alley, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 March 1873
i Tpesday, Mach 18. (Il (oforo Air Ji.iH Alley, P.M.) : Mary I)m?lop was~phared'with making use of Abuslve ab'd insultlng :lngagd to James Alons in a'puhblio plae?. Proscotetor 'stated' that the previous evening'about halt past 10' Mrs Dunlop wons todhis pre6nisbs, ab:cuied him of having some of her propertyhand' made use of abusive lan. guage to himself and his wife. floe otdord hkr off and shoe'would aot' go." She was thou given into custody. Oonatableo Dain corroborated the prosocutor'i atatemooit, and slaid that the' woman was drunk and abusive. Fined 20s,. or six days imprisonment.' James..O'Nolll was brought before the court as a neglccted child, and romandod for eight doys, .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 March 1873
ITHL LiQUiD DENTR1PXlCE, - · :' .•. FLORILINEi • SLO:? I"Nweet as the Ambrosial air, r Ws ithiitls perfume rich Iand rare : -~ Sweet as violt-ss at the morn. - 'Wh;\ ich tlh emerald nooks adorn: ;Sweaeti rosebuds bursting forth : From .the richlyladen earth. : Is thbe FnAnnas FLOoILINt: The i'toth it makei a pearly white, So -hiiou knd lovely to. the sight; Tiho gums assume a rosy hue, . Th; ' breath is aweet as violets bluo:i Whilst scented as the flowers of May, ' " Which cast their sweetness from each spray, Is the Fnaan ~ FLeilIs ru. Sure somo fairy with its han : d aust round its mystic wand, And produced from fairy's bower Scelted perfumes troni each flower; SFor in'this liquid gem . o trace- All that can-beauty add and grae- ",Such iasthe FuaonAZlt FLrelutoE . oead This ni From the Ieeklyc Times, 26th March, 187.1 :-- Thero atre so many tailtoarticles which obtaiin alLtheircelebrity from being.coun stontly asid extensively advertised, that it makies it necerssnry wheiianythin...