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Commercial. BENALLA, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 April 1873

Be Axj.A March 31 Mi E. 1lTSONT0 REPOOT our ptrton . 10 0 t1o o .£11 o 0 Whent, per bfrhb U p 4 5 U 4 '6 `Pollnrd do 0 0U 10 0 011 dirn do 0` 0-7 U0 8 , O :ts, 3o 0 Do; goord eedeod 0 o 3 0 3 'Butter, fresh, per lb'. 0 ' 1 0 0 .1, 3 Do potted, d.. 0 0 9 0 0 10 Pacoon, pridoo , 0 0 10c 0 1 0 d`Egesper dozen -.,0 .,1' 0 0 1 0 Potatoes, (good) por cwt 0 (f 0. '0 7 0

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 April 1873

SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT •COTUT. Brechworth-'lhursday, April 17, U?NEBAL SESSIO\S. Bccchworth -V?ducady. Cieptember 3. COUNTU COURTI. Beecbihorbh--Monday, April '21. lienalla--Saturday, August 2. W\Van rpttta.-Wednesday April 30. Ma nfield- \Y dnesdny, October 15. Seymour-Saturday, May 3.

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

M1EL3pUItNEa PRODUOiTAR1ET Messrs Noyes and Reid ropoittlor the week pntidog'MaSob 20, 1873: Au advanico has taken ploco this seek in the -pre?o of 'both cheat and flSour, the demand for which is good Uoldere are, however,ltill dai. inclined to siell even at the advanced ,toes ob .tiliable. For spalting barley there o.- much nquitry, nad oats are' omtnanding high jates. Flour, per ton . £12 5 0 to 12'5 0 Potatoes do -i0 0 0 0 o 0t Pollard, do . 0 0 R"ye ,, do 0:0 u 0 0 Oato do 0._?. 3 0- 3 G 0 3" 0 . B:ar:ley, o4 - 0 0 60. blaize, do 0 3 0 0 3 1 Bacon, per. lb., .... 00 0 0 0 0 3lamas, do . 0 0 0 t 0 0 Butter, do. 0 .0 8. 0 0 0 Lr d d" 0 0 0 ' 0 0 I C: Oheeseo, do. 0 0 0.. 60 "lioncy, do " 0 0 0. 0 0 0 Eggs, per dozen.,: n . 0 0 0 0 0 0 Me srs I'Caw, Adamsoon, and Co report for the week ending March 26, 1873: .We tnote an aotivoedemand for both flour and wheat at a marked advance on last week'., rates. At our alo 'to-day iwe quitted solne 0 tons Inorthern flour (principal portion to...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, 27th March. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Drs Haliet and Miller.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 April 1873

WVANGAhATTA `POL7CE COURT. Thursday, 27th March. -'-(Befdro the Police Magistrate,addn Dra Hallet and Mlillor.) George Frazer was charged with making use -'of aobeccno.lannuago.in a public placo. - Constablo Watlsh'.dposed that on the previous evening he had been sent for by Mr Martin; and found prisoner drunk. Tried to arrest him, but the man got away, ran.over the river'and defied the constable to ta;ke him. Afterwards with the assistance of two civilians, ho arrested him. Prisoner made use of most filthy language in front of the W\esleyau Bazaar. The prisoner said in dofence that he know no. thing about it. Another charge was for making use of abusive language to Peter Martin. Peter Martin deposed that the prisoner came to his iotel and asctd for a drink. Witness re. fuosedto give him one: ~lle said ho wotild have one and proceeded to help himself ; hle also made use of foul and abusive language both to himself and the girl in the bar. Another charge, which was for assaulting Pel...

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 — 1 April 1873

4 1 RT LI N En. .:' T' 1THE N QUID D'iENTRIfICE. FLORILINE S Sw eet-s the Ambrosial air, S iWith itiperfume rich and rare; .:,-,Sweet.as violets at the morn, i., Which the emerald nooks adorn *:: Sweet as rosebuds bursting forth -. r;;om the richly laden earth, :. .1 Is the FnaGRnaT LOBrInE '-"'The:teeth it makes a pearly white,. "' t '.So pure and lovely to the sight; , The gums assume a rosy hue,. The breath is sweet as violets blue ; r:iWhilst scented as the flowers of May,. * ' bhicdilcast their sweetness.from each spray,. Is the FPAonaNa FcoMII~nt... Sure some fairy with its hand " Cast round its mystic wand,. And produced from fairy's bower .:Scented perfumes from each flower ; For in this liquid gem we trace - All.that can beauty add and grace- Such'isthe FRAaanAM F;ionumr . , ,Read This 9 From the Weekly.Timie, 26th, .s?iarhb, 1871 :-"There are so many soilet articles w'.'hich obtain all their celebrity from being con atantly and extensively advertised; that it makes it nece...

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

IMPOUNDINGS. BEEOOWORTI-Imnpounded at Beechworth, Bay mare, M near shoulder, small star, saddle marked,: roach back, bell..hain sand hobbles To be sold on 23rd-April.. SOW lAN'SFOREST-Impounded at Beech. worth Shire Pound, 23rd March Bay filly, blaze, 10 near sboulder Ohesnut filly, no visible brand Ohesnut mare, star, like BO near shoulder Bay horse toal, star, progeny, unbranded . To be soald on 23rd April. A1NGAlATTA-Impounded at Wangaracta, S ,24th ,larch Brown mare, white spots on back, S£ near neck, turned triangle 3 (J to right and At in triangle) near shoulder, triangle off shoulder To besold on 23rd.Aprll.r? Y OAKANDANDA-Impounded at Yackan. dandab, 19th March Very light strawberry cow, JJI near rump, and M near ribs Red and white calf, no brandso, progeny To be sold on 23rd April. SVbANGARATTAl-Impounded at Wangaratta, 12th March lJay mare, saddle marked, like THO conjoined near ehouller (writing capitalT) Bay horse, blind near eye, star, white stripe on neck, lump off hoc...

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

TO ADVERTISERS: Advertiscments cannot bo"vithdrawn before the time expires for which they have been ordered., In cases whpro the number of insor tions is not specified the advertisimients vill be inserted till countermanded, and charged ac "ordingly.- Quarterly advertisements will be continuously iisorted unless a written order to stop, them is sent.

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

LLLE +I? SADDLE AND AR NESS MAKER Bridge Street, Benalla, ::* ? i . t . ::- : ESTABLSHED 1853] '3E'N ALALNA STEAM SAW MILLS, ,,T ? : aboo'mSaw illes aro now complete and in fall: wbik d ? od ;. u Eb:? ';, .. . .,;e p , .. . .. ' . . .: All orders- ,executed with promptitude and dispatch; J. C. U 11 . E ER S PROPL R I E T OR. . ,ýOL . .A ALY SAND S T 0 1 t" . _Proprietor. ?+?; r .. .. . ? . l4 ' . THE GREAT AUSTRAL [AN REI EDIES. KRAMM'S ` VEGE?IABLE .LIFE '` PILLS ": - rho only Medloines'in the world that are warra?ntod as certain Cures. THE 1PLL S ' NTIRELY VEGETABL E caus no 'Pain or 5 lnoee, and are the finest ombination lof " VALUABLE MEDICINES ever discovered for thecore' of Impurities of the Blood, T`ER ý UAL IS N .R EOTI TO B F DEOUNDE OINTMENT 011 So tres.o' ,of tuty, years standing, .Burns, Scalds, Boils, Rheumatism, and Skiuil' Eruptienis "" t i ' Those Popular Mledicines are the most efficaciousen Remedies of the s day. Trythom, and take no so sttiute. I ti MI-N HAIATDBIL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 April 1873

IMPOUNDINGS, BEEOH WORTEI-Impounded at Beechworth, 20th March Bay mare, PaI near shoulder, small setar, 'addle marked,,roach back, bell. -ain and hobbles To be sold pan 23rd April. pOWI11AN'S FOREST-lnmpounded at Beech. : worth Shire Pound, 23rd March Bay filly, blaze, 10 near shoulder -. Oheanut.filly, no visible brand. Ohesnut mare, star, like BO near shoulder Bay,horser tea', star, pirogeny,,unbrandetd":' : Toe.b sold on 23rd'April. w.lANGARATTA.-Impowuded at Wangaratta; ..- 24th MAarch Brown mare, white spots on back, S near neck, turned triangle J (J to right and at in triangle) near shoulder, triangle off shoulder To be sold on 23rd April. y OIKANDANDAHl-Impounded at Yackan. ' daudah, 19th.March Very light etrawberry cow,: J.I near rump, and M near ribs' Red and white calf, no brands, progeny To be sold on 23rd April. VANGARATTA-Impounded at Wangaratta, " 12th March ' Bay mare, saddle marked. like T?EO conjoined near shoul ler (writing capital T) ;Bay horse, blind near eye, st...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BENALLA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, April 2. (Before Messrs Sharpe and Robertson, J.P.'s) INTERPLEADER SUMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 April 1873

* BENALLA,POLICE C'OURT. SWednesday, April 2. (Before ?aesrae Sharpe and Robertson, J.P.'s.) INTERFLEDItE SUMMONS, Smith v Olarkes-It appeared that Mr S. Olarke, storekeeper, Boenlls, had put an execution order in force upon some horses and harness in the possession of a teamster named Berry, for horse feed, &0, supplied to him, but the ownership of which was now claimed by Elizabeth Smith; who stated that she had employed Borry to purchase the horses about two years ago, giving him money for' that purpose, and the receipts were producedin her name. Berry had afterwards' hired the horses and harness from her, payina 20s per week for the use of same, and occasionally living at herplace;. The horses were her pro perty and did not belong to Berry in any way, Berry'd statement was to the same effect.' Ie had no ownership in the horses, but hired them from Mrs 'Smith, and not having been ableto earn ufficient for their keep had been obliged to get'into debt."'. SRamuel Clarke ate...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BLOOD POISONING. A CAUTION TO SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 April 1873

BLOOD.POISONING. A CAUTION TO IETTLEnS. With.sincere regre .-we (Darling Do?ns,. Gasette) record the death of Mr James. Mackintosh, from blood-poisoning. The de. ceased, who was, an old-resident of Too. woomba, assisted in the examination of the carcase of the beast, the skinning 'of which also resulted in the death'of Mr--Edward" .M'Oabe. No uneasiness, however, was ex-. hibited by the deceased until after the death.. of MI'Oabe, upwardds of five days having then intervenied between the skinning of.the beast, and the:unfortunatet circumstance above re ferred to. !:On examination' by:DrArmstrong' on the morning of the 13th ult, an irritable sire wisd discovered 0on the index finger, of the, left Itand; and symptoms of swelling were exhibited.under tho'arm-pit. Th? i?r&b asr dressed by Dr.Armstrong, arid the adminis. tration of, stimoulants recommended, and up to tho morningf. othe :15th no constitutionaL disturbance was perceptible. ' At an early. hour on the morning of that...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, March 31. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Mr J. A. Brown, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 April 1873

w~ANGABATTA POLICE COURT. S Monday, March 31. .(lefore she Police Magistrate, and AMr J. A. Brown, J.P. John Johnston was brought up on remand -charged with stealing two saddles. Mr Lamont appeared for the prisoner. The evidence taken on.Friday was read over. The prisoner reaerved his defence, and was committed on thi, ease to ?take his trial at the Ueechworth Circuit Courton the 17th prox. * Mr Lamont made an application to allow bail. which was granted. . Two sureties of £50. and the prisoner in bl(O in each case. John Stephe?s wase charged with allowing his horses to wander. Mlr John Norton for the tdefendant, admitted the offence. Fined as, to be levied by distress; in default, 24 hours im. rprisonment. Police v A. I. Ely-For selling without. an 'auctioneer's license.. 'Frederick Warren deposed that he was'a store. keeper, resiaing at Ozley squarp. I remember the 19th inst. Was at, an auction sale at SWellington's farm, Oxley; Saw the defendant. :He acted as auctioneer. Purchase...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A LEGAL ANECDOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 April 1873

. <A.: LEGAL .ANECDOTE. , ia'n the. Oourt of King's "oenoh, while Lord 'fanmflneld was presiding, an action was brought eoaneeroing the boundarierof two'parishes, and, as is very often the case in such matters, much ,mnoney was being spent to elucidate a question .which was not of consequence to the value of alzpence either way. Among the witnesses of "one of the contending parishes was an old farmer -a plain, practical man-who, in the course of his answers, had let fall remarks not complimen. ytar to the legal profession. Lord Mansfield took a fancy that he would question this man more particularly, and calling him to the stand,: he said he would like to ask him a few questions concerning the customs of those who had had charge of the parish money. The farmer bowed - cheerfully, and said he would be happy to answer. His Lordship proceeded: In the course of your evidence 1 think you mentioned that the parisah money was oftsenvery :imprudently applied . : L The farmer nodd...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 April 1873

TO ADVERTISERS Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before the time expires for which they hbve been ordered. In cases where the number of inser tioni is not specified the advertisements will be inserted till countermanded, and charged ac *cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously inperted unless a written order to stop th?, is sent.

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 April 1873

TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers cannot discontinue the paper in the middle of a quarter. No notice will be taken of an order to discontinue unless all ioonoy due ~gconpanies the order. Remnittaeces may be made in' poetage egamps' or by P.O. order.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 April 1873

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ".N4 communication will upder any ocroum aiances be inserted unlkos authenticated by the real name and address of the writer, not neces sarily jor publication, but as a guarantee of ooad faith.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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LANDING OF THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 April 1873

LANDING OF THE.GOVYERNOR. BIs Excellency Sir George 3Bowen with Lady Bowen anod family, landed on Monday at Sandridge ?own' Pier. Grent. preparations had been made for the ienot the Miuistry, the Rev Dean-' f Melbourne, anrd other notables' havmin congregated to honor the arrival. Thie shipping- was all gaily attired with buntinrg, the landing steps were particu. larly gay .with.flags, and the decorator,, as a compliment; to our :American coseins,. had placed theeensign of th'e United` States 'side by eid'iitbithe flag of Great Britfain. The Nelson .completed ,a salute of 17 guns, and ensigns were dippledas the Victoria steamed past at a deliberate rate. "'The yards of the Nelson were manned, and the boys played the National Anthem-the only music hoard throughout the'proceedings of the day. The Governor was .driven to: IMelbourne by the Sandridge.road and over Prince's Bridge into town, the streets being crowded to witness the procession. Tho reception altogether w?i adflattering on...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 April 1873

Notice, ,I, te Undorsigned, having disposed of the Nortl4,Easter's ý.na ir nwpspaper to "Messrs. .Cndnia Ja.as;Ax and Co., beg to, thank the onumerqui friends and supporters of theojour. :s l far their lni(orm kindnosQ during the past .five years, and to requoest for my. euccessors, q Sonitiupance of their favour.' In taking; fare= well of so many hinda friondse I Ahould beo'Un griteftl if I were not to..-epress the -great pleasure I have often felt in working with them for the advancement of the district, and I trust anod blioeo that my? successors will strive to accomplish the same end. *JTQ. LISTO1{. March 15; 18713. -}.s e; the Undersigned, beg to state in re eDrene to the above that haing pprchased the 'NKorth Estern Eigiss of Tr Jonmr Lrsir.', we tiust that the same cordial support which has ,been given to him will be accorded to us, and beg to assure the eubspribore to the newspaper at noth ing shall bu ?anting on our part to ?i?ta continuanco of their favour. Q RlLES AUARýAN...

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BRANCH RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 April 1873

Bt3 i. AN R AIL. W-AY S, r. e (pio3tO MONDAY'OAROUS.), We may thank Mr Gillies.for reading the, iuhabitan:s of.-the Oensfand FMurray dis. tiicts a very salutary and much needed lesson, and one which people in `other parts of the colony may learn with advantage. Not con teni with the main line which is now in conuse of construction, each township seems to consider that it is entitled to have a branch railway on-its own-account not made with its own money but provided for out of the public funds. The unreasonableness and selfishness of such expectations must be apparent to every one. Before-the State can with any degree of fairness undertake the construction of-branch railways, it is bound to see that a. main.line has.bcen2?ciirried to every portion of the colony. -, The, Commissioner of Rail ways, alluded' td:the Western District and. Gippe Land as. being still without railway. commutnieaiion;,.and give i?t clearly. to be understood thIat before any." feeders" could be taken in hnand...

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, APRIL 4, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 April 1873

FRIDAY, APRIL 4?? 1873. . AT the pseoetig of the Shire Councoi yesterday the President, Ma. G. S?n?arx, made some conments upon a miatter which requirea more than' a passing iotice at our hands:. He stated in effect that the residents in this locality were suffering a loss both in time and money ti?ough te Inegligence of the Government in proorastinating the completion of the railway line between Violet Town and ?enalla, either by their own incompetency in carrying out the worke;s, or a non-sufficiency of supervision over the contractore for this particular portion of the line. Had Msl SuidPa used much stronger langiuage than he did, o.weould oply have expressed the feelings on :this"subject which' every' tradeaman° and storekeeper. in `thesu eighbourhood ?w;o?!d ftllyrhovuonndoep eol of thesdelay are many,' and will 'be much bore felt when tlh wet weath;er Tt in; not oi;y hay, we now to ppy. as mch for ihe carriago obf goods fromq Melbourne as ws8 charged previous ;o the opening of...

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