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Commercial. BENALLA, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 April 1873
B iL .. . ' April 7. naB.'A. RopBaBso REPORTS: . Flour, pr ton ... -.10 0 0 to .11 0 0 Wheat, per bushel 0. 4 6 v 4 7 Pollard do . 0 U 10 0 0 11 Bran, do .. 0 7 '' 0 .8 Ots, do . 0 3 0 1) 3 '3 Po, good seed do ... 0 3 6 0 3 0 Butter, freah, per lb 0 1 0 0 1 3 Do, potted,, do .. 00 9., '9 0 010 Baoon, primo'do -... 1 0 0 9 *- 0 10 Eggs, per dozen ... 0 1 0 0 1 3 rotatoes, (good) per cwt 0 6 0 0 7 U * S,?' .. , ,. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 April 1873
G. VUJISA SADDLER. SADDLL HORSES n'a HIRE. 9 . SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER Bridge Street, Benalla, S ESTABLISHED 1853], '3E:NALL A S.T EAM SAW ;MILLS THE above Saw Mills are now complete and.in full working order. All orders executed with promptitude and dispatch. J. C. SU MER'S, P 0ALL P__ I E"_T OR. HOTEL A Mo NALLY AND S T 0 RE - Proprietor. TIHE GREAT AUSTRALIAN REEMEDIES. KRAMMl'S VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS AND i -Ah.. 1 4 3 - r av v m -r Thb only Medicines In the world that are warranted as certain Cures. LARGE DEDIMAND PROVES PUB.L'IC CONFIDENCE. TH:E :PI?LLS S',NTIRELY VEGETABLE, cause no. Pain or Sickness, and are the finest combination of : :-?'VALUABLE M1EDC1INES ever discovered :fo~?hae our of .Biliousnes?ýCostiveness, Jndigestion, 1Flatulency:Ieadache d all Impurities of the Blood; First Cleanse, and theou as a splendid Tonic, restore the bodyto SHEALTHr, STRENGTH, ID rENDIi Y.NE THE=I.R EQUAL :IS NOT TO BE FOUND. THE OINTMENT, Beat` in use, charms away Old Sores of twenty years...
MR. G. SHARPE REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 April 1873
G.. , a, G, SnBap BEPoBTB:-. Flour, perton 11 10 1 to £.l -o- O Wheat, per iouleel. 0 4 5B *0 .4 6 Ot,, .,'do 0 0 0 0 3 0 rn?, ... 0"0 00-'O " 0 0 8 Pollard, Ido '.* ; . 1??: 0'10 0 "1 0 ./ . . - ./ ,
TOTAL WRECK OF THE R.M.S. ATLANTIC. SEVEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT LIVES LOST. LONDON, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 April 1873
TOTAL` WRE8CK R.M.S> A:TIANTI-C. SEVEN;, IUNDRED AND THIRTY., EIGHT LIVES LOST." :" _ (Br SUBUOAIIrNE TELEGRnAP.) : S o LNDON, pril 2. A terrible oatastrophe has occurred; in the tota:loes.of:thersteamer Atlantio, of the United States Mail line. The Atlantic was proceeding on lier voyage from Liverpool to: New York; and during the thickiand foggy weather stranded sat-Hlifas. She was crowded with passegers, the num ber.drowned is 738.- : . , The detaile of the wreet,'ae published, are harrowing, and the newa caused great sen. nation. . Later particulars of the eloss of life state the number of those 'who perished by this ill-fated vessel to. be '500,instoead;of 738;, including 360 females. WIFE'S SIri. h-Tho Bill passod by. the Victorian Legislature, for legalising marriage with a deceased wife's sister, and which was reserved for the Imperial authorities to deal with, has received the Itoyal -assent.
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 April 1873
FRANCE. There was, a. mosnt excted debate in the National Assembly on Prince 'apoleon's petition against his expulsion from'Frsnce. AI. Dulaure, the Minister of Justice, refused to receive thl conmhitite's report expressing the views of the Conservatives and casting an implied censure on the Government. IM. Dufaure then submitted a bill exclud ing the whole Bonaparte, family, and n;ked that the simple order of the lay migoht be considered, which was sebsequently voted.
THE INSURRECTION IN SPAIN. March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 April 1873
THE L]NSURRECTION, iN. SPAIN. March 81. The Spanish Provincial authorities oppose the ,levy? ame maa?, as the people are under arms already. . ? The Carliste havie routed tio Government troopes, th'el;'t Ripoll; ;avalry alone being iaved.', ':.z "'' ?w', "r' - :4.. The ,Crliets have, !ptured Birge, and taken 400 prisoners, with arms and ammu nition. Greet excitement- has been eaused at Bar coloni, and the French troopsion the frotieior have been reinforced, in order to prevent the passago of armsto the Carliste.
SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 April 1873
SPAIN. , The Internationalists are active in Barce lona. T1he Federal iepuLli 'has been do clared in Malaga. April 2. The inhabitants of Barcelona are exaspe' rated withthhe Carlists who attacked the churches.. Ten thouisand citizens. govern Malaga, and refuie to admit the troops. .LosDOs,. March 31, Sir James Fo.guson, Govern or of New Zealand, has been entertainod at a dinner by his Ayrshire friends. The steamship Great Britaia sailed from Liverpool, for Melbourne, on 20ih March. : rrived :: Rajpoot, . d Colonial Empire, from: elbourie ;. Berean, from Launceston Coonatto, from Adelaide; Hawkesbury,'froin Sydney..
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE GREAT BRITAIN. LONDON, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 April 1873
D1REOT TELEGRtAMS FROM EURIOPE: E(' [BS SUBUiAINE TELEGRAPII.].. ' GREAT BRITAIN.. 'Money is easier; dieoount, 4,per coat.. Debentures-Victorian Sixes, January and J.uly;,-118.; .do,.April. aond-=Oct ber,.:!l5 .;. Victoaian fives, 108,; Now South Wales fiveb,'ll00'i ith, AutLralian sixes, short date, 0loo;, New Zealand Consolidated fivosu0, i1; do. siies. 1.11";` Queenslandr sixes, 111}; Tasmanian sixes, 1111. Banks--Australasia, £52 10s; New South &lt;Valee, £41 ;' Union: Back" of Australia, £42 lOs; English,'Scottish, and Australian Chartered, £20 10s Soth Australian,£82: ILarge withdrawals of gold are expected. The Orienltal B3ank baadeclared a dividend; of 12 por cent; Tallow is steady-mutton at £42 to £44 beef, £41 to £42. Sydney oil, £80 to £83. Copper isesteady-Wallarao, £86, STint is firm-Straits at £147. ' . Hides unaltered. There is aqfull supply of leather, and.pr.ices have declined ia halfpenny. Ndow Zialand hemp, £28 to £20.. Preserved ments in tins, of suitable...
THE North Eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1873. THE CATTLE POISONING PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 April 1873
' THE atl tastert C nsigp : Published on Tuesdays and Fridays.,. TUEDSAY, APRIL 8, : 1873. THE CATTL 'POISONING PLANT. In giving ihe followiig artiale upon.this plant,; and its ieecaat on cattle and sheep; we wish 'to ifornm our resders, especially those interested tr! he' reariog of?!tock, that a specimen of.the-planothns been left, at ,this office forlidspection, by MrzMcEaohern,'.the local 'inspeitor obf. iheep thii samaa having been forwarded to hitn officially from Mel bourne; a semple is also on'view at his office in Benalla , , . iThe mystery which-surrounded the remark able'fatality `recently sniifatese. amsongst cattle, in varioaseparts of the country is now in "at great measuroe:dispelled. Stock and 'sheep b l iovdrer, amongst whom 'considerable anxiety has been raised,. may now rest satis; fled that. no new, epidemic has broken out, aind that all the deaths that have occurred are" due to vegetable poisoning; the cause of which can without much diffi.culty be removed. At f...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, April 3. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 April 1873
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. &nbsp; Thursday, April 3. (Before the Police Magistrate.) John Gray was charged with deserting his three illegitimate children. Mr Norton for defendant. S.C. Cudden stated that the man had been arrested by virtuo of a warrant issued at the &nbsp; instance of a woman named Irving. He had not the warrant, and therefore prayed for a remand. The only information he had was the document handed up to the Bench. &nbsp; Mr Norton said that his client had been for some time living with the womnan Irving and she had bolted from him, taking with her the children, and also a horse and cart and nearly all his property. On the 22nd October last she, sum moned him to the District Court, Melbourne, for deserting his illegitimate children. On that &nbsp; occasion the Bench dismissed the case, and it was proved that the woman was the delinquent. Remanded to Melbourne, Mr Alley remarking that however hard it might be for defendant, he could not ...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. f ARRIVAL AN2L DrPARTURE OF MAILS &?. SMails arrive From M'elbourne, and poet towns by way of Melbourne, daily (Mondays ,excepted~, a. I am. SIntermediato post towns, viz., Donnybrook j Wallan Wallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, Seymour, Avenel, Longwood &e. (including the correspondence from Mansfield, Moerton, Alex. andra, Jamieson &c.), at 1 a.m. Winton, .Vangaratta, and Beochworth (in .teluding letters from Greta, Tarrawinger, Onley, El Dorado, Bueklland, Yackandandah, Wahgun yah. Rutherglen, Chiltern, Albuiy, &c., whence no direct mails are received), daily (Sundays excepted), at, 12.30 p.m,. Mlajor. Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan, dra, Cobram, and Yarrawonga do, Fridays, at 10.30 a.m. , Shepparton,- Pine :Lodge Station, Gowen gardie and Bonalla do, Mondays, at 7,30 p.m. Mails close For Melbourne, and places vib Melbourne, daily (Sundays excepted), at 19,30 p.m. Intermediate post towns,- viz,, Violet Town Eures, Looig...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
For Sale. . SMALL OCHURCH ORGAN, with Pipes nd· Stops, in good tone and sepinr. The same has been lately in use at theTriuity Churoh, Ilenall,. Cn 'be seep at Mr Halton's, Benalla. To be soll .Cheap, LOST, a Roan draught MARE, branded AR orer 110 near shoulder. £4 reward will be paid to any persen bringing thbo said Mlare to Matthew Ilayes, Major Plains. BENALLA LIME WORKS, Mjeon PLAINs. ADAM' AND. O M.PANI, Proprietors. Depot at P. L. Alkemade's, aENALLA. Great Reduction in the Price of Bread. At;:- MARTI .WALSHI'S BENALLA 'BAKERY, MAIR STREET (near the' Bridge), BENALLA. Flour, Brno, and Pollard at- Mill Prices. . IMPOUNDINGS. BENALLA-Imspounded at' Benalla, 26th B March-Damages, £5. Yellow bull, no visible brand On 27th M.arch-Trespass 3d. Chestnut mare, blaze, collar marked, off fore leg enlarged, small s- near shoulder On 30th March-Trespass as. Chestnut more, star. streak, and snip, collar marked, writing JA1 conjoined near shoulder, -o- off shoulder To.be sold on 30th April. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
Notice. I, the Undernigned, having disposed of the North Eastern As.qin neowpaper, to Messra? r"inis " Janc?"? raid Co;, beg to thank the numerous :fiends and suppprters of the jour atl for their uniform kindness during, the pnkt ve years, and to request for my successors, a continuanceo of their favour. In taking fare well of so many kind friends I should be un grateful if I wre not' .to express the great pleasuro I have often felt ip working with them for the advancement of the district, and I trust and'believe' thait my successors -'ill strive to accomplieh the same end. NO. LISTON. Ma. rch 15, 1873. We, the Undersigned, beg to state in re feroneo to the above that having purchased the 'ortrh Eaosern Ensign of Mr. Joucn Lassoxe, we trust that the some cordial support which' has been given to him will be accorded to us, and beg to assure the subscribers to the newspaper that nqthing shall be wanting 'on our part to merit a conlinuance of their favour. CIIAItLES JAIRMANi & ...