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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, 24th March. (Before J. H. Alley, Esq. P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873

WANGA1ATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, 24th Maroh. (Before J. H. Alley, Esq. P.11.) James O'Neil, a neglected child, was again brought up on remand. Inspecror Smith said that he might be able to make some arrange. mont during the day; at present the child was being kept at the expense of the Police Depart. monot. Remanded far 24 hours. Jaroes Dixon v Thomas n Macauley-Claim for £3 15, for goodssold and delivered. Defendant disputed part of the account. Plaintill stated that he was willing to admit that IeS had been paid. The case was adjourned till Thursday for the production of the man who supplied the goods. James Dixon v JohnFrees--£91's6dorgoods sold. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for the amount, with 2e 6d coats. . Same v Augustus Buno-Claim for £3 3e Ed goods sold and delivered. The Bench ruled that the service was not valid, and struck out the case., Peter Martin v G. De Abel ; adjourned till Thursday for the appearance of Mr Peter Martin, whose wife appeared for him. Margare...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873

, Notice. T, the Undersigned, having dieposed of tWe :TNo rthl: stern .easign, newspaper to Messrs. COIAns ALJWnu&N: and Co., beg tb thank the nuuiurus;'friends and supporterseof the jour eal for-tlheir uniform' kindness during the past five years, and to request for my successore, a c'nohtinhianco of their favour. In taking faro well of so maniy lind friends, I should be un. grateful if I wore not to express theo great -pleasure I have often felt in working with them fdr the advancement of the disteriot, and I trust and believe that my successors? will: strive to accomplish.the same end. I NO. LISTON?. o4arnh 15, 1878. WYe, -the Undersigned, bog to state in re rence to the above that having purchased the WNorthEastorn.Ensign of Mr. JomU LIsToN, we trust that the same cordial support which has' boen given to hitn will be accorded to us, and beg'to assare thl subscribers to the newspaper that nothingsliall be wanting on our part to 'merit.acontihuanco of their favour. CHARLES...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Commercial. BENALLA, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873

4 u~ap~nnt null -;i: BE~kt fALA. Marb 27. z-- 0u pe3TtoG .. .,." 110-0 0 Uto.1I'O 0 Wbhea,.par buol u; 4Os- u0 4' a PIa~ltrit,ý do 0 1' ,1'° 0 Bradti 'do'; .:. 010 71 - 0 8 :.-7;0teL.:. .20.. 0 3=. 0. U 1 3

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. March 27. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873

WANGAltATTA cOAulM CIATU REPORT. - Marc 27 Plour, per ton .. £0 0. 0 to41 O10 0 S'Wheas,.peruhel ... :0 "0 : 0 0' O 0 " 3Ots t,..:. do .. 00;. S 6- 0.. " 2-: 0 jilran,;d-. Bo . 0 0 0 .0 % 1 9' 91 . Pol?,rd ,t .do. 0:,.; .. . 0 * 1' 3. , 0' 1 ,,6 Butteir, per lb0') , ...- a0:0 0 ' O' 1t' 6 Bigs; per dozean .- 0 0' 0 0

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873

1-'I5 LIQUID DE NTRIPICCE. FliLORILINE sweet asn bao Ambrosia' air. "With its perfuino rich and rareo?? ? Sweet as violnts at the morn, " l.hich the emerald nooks adorn Sweet as iosebuds bursting forth, : From the richly ladeii earth, - r:-i. "'Is thoeFanonaer FPonLttia: :The tdeoth'i? tmakices a'pearly'white. `' S: o' ??rie' add lovely to the sight ; : The guine assume a rosy hue,. STho,breath il sweet as violets blue;t.. sVWhilst scented as the flowers of Msaya:, -Which cast their sweetness from each spray,. Is the Enenase~ FLonRLIE.,_ Sure so~a fairy with its hand ' Oast round its mystle wand, An- d produced from fairy's bower c?antled poerfumeafrom~ each flower ; S-For iii this liquid gem we trace- All that can heauty add and grace -Stich le the Fsanoate? FIo?rLmN;: Rend This i .Fiom the 1Yeek'yi 'imnes;!.6th 1 ari h 1871 :-'"-There are so many toileta ticles 'r -t-hith obtnin all tbeircelebrityfrom. being: cono `I t iithtlja'iind ixtdesivlyadverlti'isedli, that It mltkes it nec...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COMMISSIONER OF RAILWAYS IN THE OVENS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873

THE COMMISSIONER OF RAILWAYS IN THE OVENS DISTRICT. I We learn from- the Ovens and 2Jlirray da4erlisr'. that thi Commissioner of Rail ways hhe h'id severhl other things to do be- b sides'inspeoVing thd North Eastern Railway iinhe duriig his tour through this district. b Hfi has apparefily been waited on in some of the towns through which he passed by influ. ential deputations, whoi'ebugSi to impress d him with the desirability of carrying out ti sbote pet scheme,- whichl thef Itad at heart, P At Chiltern he was "interviewed" by some of the. members of the United Indigo Road ' SBbara, but they could not get even a pro. mise out of him, and were reliotantly com- t Spolled to admit, when they left the official presence, that they had laboured in vain. At g Wahgunyah on Monday morning last the t Commissioner of Railways was again inter. C viewed by a largo and inftiential deputation from Wahguoyah, Rutherglen, and Corowa, Swith reference to the construction of a . bftoch line of railway...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE North Eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873

{ THE ) Publid?ed oan eadacUs and Priday..'. P? FRIDAY;,MAROH : 28; ,187r, Tau- O~ mmiaisidier of lThilrayshas recently r been makiuigetonr of?i?apeott? :'ofthb'North trtem liie, but. one, of thobprincipal objects of his misseon is supposed' to have have been to :diio?veiir mee good'eeaseaforthe constriie. ti on of a:.blh ch",liue'of railway frbm Wan-. garatta-to eBseohworth. Should.- this state. ment bb well"founded~!it must be admitted 'tlht thb Cothmissioner hiAs hada difficulttask; and we.doubt if ~ie;even with his undoubted ability, can have successfully accomplished,.it. Branoh`i lites oas' a rule' do not generally pay, ,very, well even iin populous coiuntries;, .bet havin?,. been. once construoted, in. manyi on }stance s at considerable cost: thiy are maii-' tained as-feederesto-the main- lines. Wei are not averse; hbwover, -to, thb construction-of cheap tramaways i districts -where it iA likely thhib there will bea-la9rge amount of 'trafflo on as them, and would inakb specia...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873

rii .. `1 *e . I.. . i, , *...... ... ' "...... "*^'.f, "' :^i'' '::?';'ESTABLISH ED'1853], - "'^ : . . ... 1 '-:: " ·9E NA EA_ MSW M LL S,1; - T Eabovo Saw.Mills are now complete arid'in full woioiin'g order. ', . '" All'orders executedv with promptitude a"nd -dispatch ' b. P -R O P I E T 0 . ; . ..TORE. Proprietor 'h -"T ly Aii di d nes in th iord ehat, :i a'a n EATI AUSTRA .RES T. a'o'I: E A"R :B M lS cm'pe.to 0 and oin E ul? . icsno 'd :to V "-. r AALUABLE MEDICINES wvor discovorod mor tha ard orf . ,.Bilio s Coess,-'bStiverness, Indigestion,, Flatulency; 'Headache, .'and :-all , : .;~i:i--Fir t;01cnBe,and thon, na a'.Bplcndid ,Tonio,'r lor m tho body to i . " " . " *- : .:'.' .. 11 .EALTII STURINGTUs ,iI ENERGY ..:. : .. PRH"Q 0 P E B: Price Oe Sillin pe Bo or Pot. SThoo Popular M edicin aIno the most oflcacious Rome div s of the day. Try th-cr.oand . talo no su btit utos, t v 'es," N E . . . . .. a: . ... ... " " TIRmaB EA An I. iD BA IiST AD TS B O . -D ,Old ores of twTenty y...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873

iMELBOUEB PRODU0C'uu mSRiKETL. iMesrs Noycs and Reid report' fbr' the week' ending:Mairch 201' 1873: ,An ;advance has taken jlact tlh'iseek in the -price of both wheat and fionr, the demandfor. which is good.. Holders are, however, still dir. ~inclined to sell even at'theadvanced rates obb ` .f _.e. For matlting 'barley there is much Sis·t are eooanaanding.high ratesr. Fltour per ton £ to £12 la i 0 Potatoes, do .', ' "00 0 0 0 'iiraunperbushel' :.:. ". '1 0 0 0 0 'Slirp',-- do . 0- 1 3- :- 5 Pollard,'?"do" .. 0 1- 0. 0 1 ' 3 Whelat,;-'do " 0 5" 4. 0': 5 . 7 Bye,'- do' 0.01 '0".0:'0 "'Oats:, .. don_'' 0.. '. 0 3' 06 0; 3 i 9.s Barley,' do' 0 6 0 .0 6: 6 lai do .: 30'. 0 3 1 Bacon, per' lb' 0 0 0" 0 0 0 blHams,. itdo '.0. 0"0 0 w 0. eButter,: do' .. ...00'-. i r 8 0r 0 91,i Lard, 'd . .,' 0 0' 00 0 0 ..Ch esOh e;ei do 0l 0 5 ,0 0 61 H-Hney;.... do 0' 0' 0'- 0" 0 0, Eggs, por'lasen ... 0 0"0" 0 0'.n 0 0"' M.ee.rs M'cawe Adonison, .aend Ch-reporti for "the week ndigMdrObhl9o'1873 :-- '...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 March 1873

3 GR EAT SALE BY AUCTION. TUESD&Y, APRIL 15, 3183, B . , O F , STATION PROPERTY. 3,000' ACRES FREEHOLD LAND. 3,600 SHEEP. r 300 HEADl OF CATTLE, 30 VALuAnLs HORSES. AND BROOD IHARES. DRAUGHT ENTIRE HORSE. HOUSEHOLD' FURNITURE. : . co., &c., &o. T. .:., KELSONi jS favoured with: Instructions from David "Clifton; Esq.,ito Sell'by Auotion at Baijarg Station, on TUESDAY; 15th APRIL, 1873, commcncing at Eleven o'alook, the following valuable Freehold Property and Live Stock:- tThe JBarjarg Station; --,Coonstiing of' 3,000 AcreS of Purchased Land, on which is elected 17 miles of subatantial four-rail Fencing, also a quantity of log and other Fencing, dividing it nloto 15 Paddocks; also Brick Dwelling rHouse, Wooden Dwelling ouse, .Cottage, Woolshed, Dip, Stables. Outhouses, Yards,&A, &a-unless sold by private contract before the day of sale. SHEEP-1000 2 and 4-tooth Ewes. 600'0 and 8 doo 1000 2 and,4 do Wethere 300 Weaners- - " 200 Stud Ewes, full m...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEFARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 April 1873

- POST- OFFICE?. BENALLA. 'ARiOvi AL-' A ADPAUTDRfo Ol MiuLS &O. . . . Mils arrive, From Melbourne, end post towos by-way of Melbourne,. daily, (Mondays _ excepted), al 1 Intermediate post townos viz., .Donnybrook WallaWallan, -Kilmore, Broadford; Tallarook, Seymour, Avenel, Longwood &c.(including the correspondence from Mansfield,-Merton, Alex. andre, Jaimieson &c.); at 1. ;m.. Winton, Wangaratt, a nd 'Beechworth (in.. eluding letters from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxley, El Dorado, Buckland, 'Yackandandahi .Wahgun ya: Rliuthorglen, Chiltern,'.Albury, &e., whence. no direct mails are received),' daily (Sundays: excepted), ate 12.30 p.m: :. - Major Plains,? Yabbi Yabba Station; Katan. dra," Cobranm, and Yarrawonga .do, Pridayas.at '0.30 a:m. B Shepparton, Pinoe Lodge Station, Gowen.. gardie and Benalla do, Mondays,.at. 7.30 p.m.. - Mails close For Melbourne, .and places viL Melbourne; daily:(Sundays eooepted),~at 19.30 p.m. , Intermedlate post towns, viz.;,...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Friday, March 28. (Before Dr Miller, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 April 1873

Jrlday, March 28. (Beforo )Dr Miller, J.P,) T John Johnston was brought before the Bench charged with stealing a saddle, the'proporty'of amamn named John Saunders. Inspector A. B. Smlth 9Pdu9tod the prosecution. ;John'Saunider, upon being sworn, deposed-I am a farm laborer .residlrig at Moyhu.' The saddle now produced is my property. -When I was at the Exchange Hotel, Oxley, last night, the saddlewasoon'tbo horse, which was tied up in the yard.' Leftbthe h6rse for about two hours, and when I returned the anddle was gone.. Did not all it, orr iauthorise inyone to take it, I value itt at4.. ConiiLablo Irackkoen deposed-Yesterday even. ing from information received I proceeded to Hurdle Creek and arrested the prisoner at I o'clock this morning. He weas on horseback and had three saddles with him (produced), One of them was the one referred to by John Saunders. Prisoner said he did not know how he came by the saddles, He was the worse for drink.:' O. n,the application"of Inspector Smith...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SAN FRANCISCO MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 April 1873

THE SAN, FRANCISOO MAIL.. + The.- teanier'. Phoebe, from Manakau, arrived at Sydi'ey'on Safurday morning last, bringing the English and American mails per Dakota. The dates from Europe are to the 4th' February, those by way of Sueza reach only to 24th January. The following interesting intelligence is extracted from the San Frauoisco papers : GREAT BRITAIN.. LONDON, January 80. . Advises was Zanzibar state that Sir'Bartle rere arrived at Zanzibar on the 12th inast, jinthe prosecution of his mission for the sup. pression of the slave trade on the coast of Africa. On the 16th Sir Bartle visited the Sultan of Zanzibar, accompanied by a num. her of American naval officers and officers of ;thle English fleet employed on that station. At. the conolusion . of the ceremonies Sir 'Bartle delivered His-Highness the letter from Queen Victorilan the aubject of the African slave trade and the measures which had been h taken for its suppression. Sir Bartle will go to the coast of Africa from Zanz...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 April 1873

iTOt. SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers cannot discontinue the paper in Ihe middle of a quarter. No notice will be taken of an order to discontinue unless all mnoncy duo accompanies the order. Remittances may be. made in postage a'~mpp, or by ..O. order. ~cY_ -? • .

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 April 1873

TO TILEEDITOR, O1 THE NORTH EASTERN ENSIG. :-'. i Sir,-Being a stranger I don't like to,use too much freedom, but I should like to offer mycomplimonts.; If you have anydispoasi tion to live on friendly termso with an t alien, the only,ocinditions of friendship "are truth and fair play. These are jrwels which an editor sliouldi never part iithi A ? comical' friend of mine says that some -editors never possess them, and therefore nover have the pleasure of parting with them. It man be so. Well, never heed? soune men are 'orn bad, and it cannot be helped, but this is' no reason wliy youi and I should not live on friendly terms: i Now, if I don't :live' in Benallu I know where; Benalla is, andl man'y people have told mn'e that it is a 'nice little township, On" ?this matter we won't quarrel, as i~s 'prjudice in its feavor may be too ddeep, rooted to be removed; B1t they tell me many of its inhabitants just now nro'very noxious about its feate when John Bull rides his flaming, enorting, ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 April 1873

-,01o, communication woill, tnder any circum Sr'ancOs be hinserted tiless autlenticated by the Sr;al name an4d address of the writer, not neces -arily'jor publication, but as a guarantes of ~oadfaith~

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 April 1873

DIREOT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE (ý '[By; SUpIARINE TELoanAvPI,. . IMr Gladstone haIne intimated in the House be paid out of the present year's surplus: The ellorts of Mr Plimnsoll, imember feo Derby,; to bring, indto force a legislative' I enactient against the sailing of unseiworthy and overladen. ships, are being warmly soe conded by the Pross and the public. A day of ithanksgiving hes ben appointed by the Roman Catholic hierarehy to celebrate the defea of the Irishl Unifversity Bill. ? Two hundred- emigrants have sailed in the shi ,Romsey for Queensland. " The death of Mr.Money Wigram, head of tIllk'wh-irjhwn" shipping firm ,and of Mr, -Professor Partridge nro announced :IThe:Russn si G rbover? t thorithaautiorita tivoly forbidden i anyeorrespondeinc oen thie Rhiva Questioni. The Khiivans have uisucessfully attempt. 'ed to incite the Kerghese to revolt. The equipient of 'the. Khiivan expedition :is now complete. The insubordination of the Spanish troop, in Catalonia is causing iunea...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 April 1873

SI, the andersigned, havipg, disposed of the iNo?Lh Ea~f frns- ,sni' nowspaper to Messrs. nii wiso 3;Amrx arid Co., beg. to, thank the "numeronsafriends and supportorsaE?ths jour 1inl for their uniform kindness during. theg.nast fiey years, and,torequest for my successors, n, pontinuanco.of:their favour. In taking. faro well of so many kind friends. I shouldbo un rateful if I wore. not to express the great pleasure I have often felt in working, with then for the advancement of the district, and, "I trust and believ.o that my-s uccessors will, ¶trive to accomplish.thq ,ame end. JNO.-LISTON. March'15, 1873,' We, the tUndersigned, beg' to state in, rq Ser~nce to the above that having purchased the N~ort Eastern Ensign of Mr. JpnawL rLzo, we trust that the same cordial support which has been given to him will be ccorded, to us, and. beg ttassure the subseribers to the newspaper that nothing shall be wanting on our part to uerit a coutinuauce of their favour. CHARLES JAhtMAN & Co...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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BRIGHAM YOUNG'S WIVES. (MARK TWAIN.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 April 1873

BRIGHAM YOUNG' WIVES. .(ME i TWAIN,)'1 Mr Johnson said further; that Mr. Young, observod thaitlif was k sad, sad th~lng-' because the joy ofevery new marriage a man contracted was so apt to be'blighted by the inopportune funeral of a less recent bride." And Mr Joh." son said that while he and Mr Young were pleasantly conversing in private, one of the Mrs Youngs came in and demanded a breast pin, remarking that she had found out that he had been giving a breast pin to No 6, and she, for one, did not propose to let this partiality go. onwith. out making a';satisfactory amount of trouble about it. Mlr Young reminded her-that there was a stranger present. Mrs Yoing said that if the state .of things inside the honuse was not' agreeable to the stranger, he could findroom" outside. Mr Young promised the breast pin,' and she went away. But in a minute or two another Mrs. Young came in and demanded a breast pin. Mr Young began a remoestranee, but Mrs Young cut him short. She said No 6 had go...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE North Eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 April 1873

THE S.TUESD1AY, A"PRIL: 1, 1873. In a previous issue of this journal we soli: cited a little consideration on: the part of our readers in consequonco of the ciriumstances in whichweo found ourselves placed. -"Woarc pot only now to thei district, but flid that weo have many minor and some largo difliulties to encounter.: Wo cannot promiiso gqrprotend to attompt too much at one ti?e, buit we will engage to do all inour powaer.to improreo the character of this journial to tihe best, of our ability,,aiud to.i fuirtlier the interests of the district to tle' utmoist of :our power. 'While we lip~ wit ?the people of the distriet weowish blond our .iintrestsewitlih theirs, which wo firmly triist iand beliave will mutually isoreasa and brighton in the early fetuhrp - -. It is" with great regret that we are obliged to hear. so many unfavorable, comments upon ,the previous career 'nd ch?aracter of this jour nal, but as it has now changed hands, it shall also changg its character. We intoqd ther...

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