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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 March 1873
viii SADDLE AND ' HARNESS ·;--,MAKER S•Bridge S·treet, Benalla : ESTABLIsIED'1I853] ,' ' i 13ENALLA 'STEAM S AWM I.LS THE above Saw Mills are now complete and in full working der. rd All orders :exeuted with promptitude and i dispatch. ?' PROPRIETOR. HOTEL = - - -- `f McNALLY AND . ° ' T OE .R Proprietor THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN: R ElfJEDIES. KRAMM'S VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS AN _-"-: ,1 ý` · ` The only Medicines in the world that are warranted as'certain Cures. LARGE .DEMA:ND .;P,RO V.ES ' PUBL I OONFI.D'E N CE. ENTiIRBELY VEGETABLE, cauase no Pain or Bickness, and are the fineet conbination of 'VALUABLEi MED10INES over discovered for the nure of? : : '" liliousnes, Cotivne, Jngestion, Flatulency~ Headache' ! `end all' _ --Impurities of the :Blood;.':, . First Oleanse; aid then as a splendid Tmeas eslore the body to : EALTH; STRENGTH A?D ENERGY' T.HE IR. EQUA: S . O? SI0 :NOB FOUND; Best jn ise, charms away Old Sores ofa tey years :sta dim,.gBurns Scalds, Boils, lheumatism, anda Skin( . rup...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 March 1873
S 1IEYDOURNli PRODUGE MARiKET, Mesrse Noyeo and Read report forthe, wealk ending February 20,1873 - pFloui; pier ton. £"F 12: 0 O.at 14 15 0 Potatoes, do ' 0 0 0 0 ;0 0 0 Bran; esr bushol 0 .. . 0 , ..1 0ltoenr do," . 0 0 4 " :i hats; "do :. " .. . O. 0 3; . p 3 .4 BPrley srd do' 0 0 4 0 . 0.5 8 ' hMaize, -::.do 0 3 0 0, 3 1O con, per lb .... 0 0 0 0 0 0 I lams,:'. "'d.i 0 0 (1-r.. O .OO lutter, do ... 0 .. 0 0 8 Lord, y' do " 0 0 ~0 0 0 0 Cheesoe do 0 00 0 7 Jloney ? do 0 r 0 . 00 0 Eggs, per dozen 0 0 0., 0 0 0' Men os 3'Caw, Adamson,o end Co report for tob"?*e:?o ending March 19, 1873:- "TItere has not been much bnaiinss doing in breadetuffe duting the past peek, buyers and sellers hnvinr vastly differenit ideas regarding .values and-probable futire of the market. We had'a norer nactive competition this week than last, and prices obtained somewhat better, re. alisiug qp to £12 5s for best Northern flour, and ns 2d4 for an ordinary sample of whear. Prime samples would, we feel ass...
WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. March 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 March 1873
WANGARA'TTA COUMiERCtAIi RPORT. M;march 24. Flour, per tn £0 0 to £12 10 : V.Wheat, per o l0ahel. , 0 O- 0 5 6?0 IOat,: . do * .0 2 6 . 0 2 0 I" Bran, -do'; . ' 00 0. 0 10 Pollard, d : 01 3 0 . '1, Butter perh t? 0 ?00 0 1 0 Eggs,-per doson, , 0 0-0 , 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 March 1873
TIE LIQUI D. ENTR1FIO .. F .; LORIIaE . Sweet ai thL Amhrosial .ir, W hij itB'perfume rich and rare ; . Swet as violets at the morn, Wifiich'tbheimorald nooks adorn: *Sweet as rosebuds bursting fortli :qrom the richly laden earth, . 's th9 FbAOaCAr1 FLOBaLUn . The teeth it makes a'pearly white, S8o pure and lovely to. the sight;. The gums assume a rosy hue, SThe breath is sweet asvioletsi o ; uo Whilst scented as the flowers of MIay, Which cast'their sweetness from each spray., Is the FantAOAT FLOa?tiE.. sure some fairy with its hand Oast rouind its mystlc wand, And produced from fairy's bower Scanted perfumes from each flower eorin this liquid gem we trace All that can beauty add and grace ,,BSuch is Lsha FRaaaoB FzLIontr.zr. Read This ir From the Weekly, Times, 26th -LMarbeh1871 :--"There are so many toilet articlqs hbichl obtaiin'all their'celebrity fromi beinig cono. stantly and extensively advertised, that it makes It necesoary when anything new and good is .n troduced to the p...
LOSS OF THE MISSION SCHOONER DAYSPRING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 March 1873
SOBS OFTHE MI8SION SOHOONER 'i DAYSPRING. " :The ,particulart of the lose of the Day spring have been supplied to the ;Sydney i enipir.o by Captasi Jenkins; her 'late comn amhnder: " The:schooner'left Taena on the I2nd January, having on board Mr and Mlfri 'Wtt aind i natives 'for' Aneiteum; -At 2 o'clock p.m. the same day Mr and Mrs Watt. landd'at:Kumniere, and on the 3rd the vessel `oalid sat Abeldanhalt harbor, wherer all: the' tnativis ivero la'dedd On the morning of the 15th thb 'bardmeter fell rapidly, with indica-. tione of a hurricane. ) The .tolgallant mnsts a'nd yards wore accordingly sent down, and tle port anehorwias let go, with 80 fathoms 'ofcable, and -the asitborad 'one with 75. 'fatholims. "At noon the breeze increased to a hard N.N,W: gale, with rain, and 00 fathoms of cable were paid out;. At 2 pt.m.h?nuatter. was sighted"uinder all sail dinking for Anei teum hbarbor. As she approablid a thick and iheavy squall obscured her from view.. When it cleared away there w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 March 1873
? MAIL NOTICE, The next Mail for LEngland, the Continent, of Europe, ludianChina, &c., will close at Benalla ns follows:- - For 12 30a.m. registered letters :'WVednesday, 27th Mar. For newpaprs 'vtJ 12.30 a.m, Southampton '' Thusdly 28th Mar. For ordiuiary letlr v iht South'ampton aand Do. do. do. Brindiei. For newspapers v Do. do. do. N.B.--Post-offico money orders payable in the UniteI- Kingdom will he obtainable at this otfice up to 1..39 a.m., W'ednesday, £7th March. Posl-office, Benalla, March 20, 1873. Notice;' :I, tle Undersigned, having disposed of the iirtAh kaatcrn .knarqn nowe apcr, to Meosre.. .CaivES Jia?Er anb d :Co. beg to _thank ,the ni~6iu'tt friiends and iup'porters'of the jour- 1 1nal for tbeir nif6?iri kiidneos during the past fit 'ears, and to rcequeit for my successors, a conti'nuance o thiir favour.. In taking fareo well of so many kind friends I should be un grateful if I-wrio'enot to'"oxprss the great pleasure I have often felt in working with them f...
THE North Eeastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 March 1873
, : THE . . pallislhed 2n Tat.daya and Fridays,. "TUESDAY, MARrC 25;, 1s 7.' Tax people of the Major ',lains will very muchl regret\ to learn that the-question as to whether a bridge shall or shall not be at once placed across the..Broebn Rliver near thie Be nalla Station lstill remains unsettled. We may safely affirm that the members of .the Benalla Shire Council are all,; without excep; tion, most desirous of having the bridge con structed, but it'is unfortunate that the appli cation of the people of the Major Plains to have this work immediately commenced came in after the" estimates were cast, and it was therefore impossible to include it in them wI ithout postponing some of those works, which had already virtually received the sanction of the Council. 'To have taken such a course would have been thought unjust by a very large number of the ratepayers, and a proposal which was made at the last meeting of the Council to recast the estimates with a viepw to including in them the c...
MANSFIELD AGRICULTURAL AN PASTORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 March 1873
MANSFIELD AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. (FROM THE MANSFIELD GUARDIAN) The autumn show of the above society, fao as attendance is ooncerhed, can hardly looked upop as being so successful as e? be desired. Possibly the weather not very propitious may ,have prevented m from attending. The exhibits also were no means many in number, and so semi the money offered by the society wijl have to be paid away. It way be in the collection of our readers, that some tiiet we advocated holding an 'agrioultural rb in sonic central and convenient Pile the North Eastern district, to which exhi from all parts of this extensivedistriot.mig be' ent. Small local agricultural exhibidn are not calculated co produce any ;r amount of good ; or at least, tiot to prod the same benefit, as larger district showses in a suitable spot would do. In class A, the prize for the best stalliori, fell to the lot of Mr Allardyce, s exhibited his chestnut; thoroughbred, Ace Hearts. ,He is certainly a very power animal...
BENALLA LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 March 1873
BENALLA LAND BOARD A sitting of the Benalla Local Land Board &nbsp; was held on Friday last at the Survey Office, before Mr Nixon, District Surveyor. The &nbsp; proceedings commenced at 11 o'clock a.m., and the small room in which they were con- ducted was unpleasantly crowded. &nbsp; The applications of the following persons &nbsp; were unconditionally recommended-viz., &nbsp; F. A. Clark, David Patterson, F. McCormack, James Taylor, James Fullerton, Alex. Carmichael , Michael Delaney, Benjamin Franklins lin, Patrick Raftery, Terence Maidment, John Maidment, Darby Mitchell, John M'Dougall, John M'Nally, Geo Ross, John Bowdren, Patrick O'Keefe, Fenton Whales, &nbsp; William Chivers Reuben Croxford, George Firth, Catherine Nunan, John Nunan, Chas. Garlepp, jun., Chas. Garlepp, sen., William Connors, John Walters, William Clarke, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Charles Fox, James Dunn, Michael Doyle, &nbsp; John Gorm...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, 20th March. (Before the Police Magistrate and Dr Hallett.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 March 1873
WANi ARATTA:POLCEO COURT. T hursday, 20th March." i: "(Before te Polio Maglietate 'and Dr lallett.)i Stemp rary licence was granted to L`aurnce O'Brien , r the racecourse, Greta; ou the 24th S of March COhristoher Cook v James Cook--Olaim for £6 for wrk.aýnd labor done. 'Mr Johni Norton for the plaintiff; Mr Lameont for the defendant. A set-offwas? putin for £8 li' lld, of this £6 was not illowed. Verdict for £3 18eds d ;'costs, £1 3e 6d M'Cormack v Hancok-Judgment summons. &nbsp; Mr. Norton for the execution creditor ;Mr Lamont for the defendant. James Hancock stated that M'Cormack had cut his crop, and that he had a bill of sale over it, and that he told M'Cormack, the man who had the bill of sale, that he owed the person holding it £72; they took his crop and he could not tell how much he owed the man who held the bill of sale; he made a bill of sale to Mr Dixon on the same day that M'Cormack ob- &nbsp; tained a verdict against him; he received no money on the bil...
SAMARIA RACES. Monday, 17th March. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873
r SAMARIA RACE . Monday, 17th March. The above races took place at Samaria on st Patrick's Day, and afforded a very •pleasant afternoon's enjoyment to a numerous company. The various races were closely Sdotested, and, considering the short notice 'ievdn o those who kindly took the. matter in h'and, the course was in most creditable ,order. The following report was sent to us yesterday for publication, and though some what late we willingly insert it in our columns as a record ofthe day's events: SMAIDoN PLATE. . iiOe?d iiundd a distance. Woight for age. iMr G. D'iinli's bIg Nimrod. aged . Mr Thompson'd r g Mickey Free, 4 yrs ... 2 Mr Hyland'dl'hd m Jessie, aged ... 3 8AM uru HAnoDIAP. " ' One mile and .a half. Ir G.'Hammond's b m Creeping Jane, aged 1 Mr T. Henry's b m Grace Darling, aged ;.. '~ITr' TRedding's b m Wee Pet, aged... .?. 3 U IIunesL I :RA :"C . ... Lwico'%round ibio coure.- Over Seii hidiees. ..- - oigh.t for'age. . .ll:J:. Murray's bg 'Tom ... . -lillt Hylnd'. alum Jc...
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE (o BUanMARnnE TE.EoRAPo,) LONDO, March 22. Money is scarce ; discount brisk. The stock market is slack, but Telegraph Company's shares are agitated. Debentures-Victorian Sixes, January.and July, 118; do, April and October, 115j. Victorian Fives, 108}. New South Wales Fives, 107' South Australian Sixes, short .date, 100D. New Zealand Consolidated Fives, 104; do, Sixes, 113 Queensland Sixes, 1111. Tasmanian Sixes, 111,. Banks-Australasin, £52. New South Wales, £41, Union of Australia, £42 10s. Englitbh, Scottish, and Australian Char tered, 20.? Tallow is quiet; mutton from £40 to £45; beef, £90 to £42. Raetrleum, 101d ; sperm oil is held at £o;. New. Zealand homp is stagnant, Cotton is. dull,, showing a decline. Queensland averages. d. The copper. market is excited, and prices are advancing. Present quotations are .94 to £95. Tin is steady, Straits at £147. Wheat is quiet. The Baltic ports are now open; 202 cargoes of Californian are on the homeward passag...
WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873
WANGAkATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the a:bove Council was held in the Town Hal! on .Wednesday evening last. . There were pre. sent-the Mayor, and Cre Thomas, Dunphy, .luidoch, Johnston,.Boyd, and Spearing. The minutes of the previous meeting were -read and confirmed. . CORBEBPONDENCE. From James Catts, requesting permissi,n of the Council to allow him to place building materials on the footpath and erect a balcony in front of the premises occupied by Mr 'Bundle. Granted, under theusual, conditions.' From the. Registrar-General, acknowledg ing receipt of annual,statistical returns.of -the Borough of Wangaratta. From, the same, asking to be furnished with thte agricultural and othoerstatistics on -or hefore the 81st March next. :Bothi.the letters had been `attended to. From the Department of Roads, acknow. ledging bunk, draft., for..'. £750, towards the water supply scheme for the borough. No notion. Fromi the Treasury Melbourne, acknow ledgiog ,eceipt of ...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873
!TO*ADVERTISERS- ..Advertisemente-annot be withdiawn before .the time expires iforwhich they have been Sordered ;- In cases where the number'of inser tions is -not specified the advertisements will be isserted:till countermanded- and charged ac cordingly.. Quarterly. advertisements will be e ?ntinuonsly inserted unless-a written order-to stol ,thi'smis- sent.
THE CATTLE EPIDEMIC. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873
'THE CATTLE EPIP.EM[C. The Dairy Telegraph of 25th March states .that all the reports which have been received by. the chief inspector of scab...from the ,ff lere deputed to inquire int6'the' fatality whicl'has?maused the death of so many cattle in varioup ports of.th. colony, place it beyo;nd a doubt that it is-attributable to the eating of a poisonote plant of the lobelia genus. Dr Mueller says this is a class of highly poison ous plants. Though rare in Edrope, it is common enough. in the Southern- States of 'America, aunl is to be found at the Cape of Good Hope Sad in Indlni It gives out a 'milky juice when bruised, whichbis acrid, and in some of theaspecies so intensely soas to prove dangerous or even fatal if the stomach is gorged with the plant. It is generally to be found in places where the ordinary herb. age is scant,. and as it grows in favourite spots some what luxuriantly, cattle partake of it greedily, and in chewing the cud extract nlloits poisonous qualities, and sudd...