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FIVE WOMEN BURNT TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
.FIV ,OME BURNT TO1EATL-A LL re, by which five women' lost their lives, oc. curred on 21st. Fbruary, in Liverpool. Bessrs Rushton, Cooper. nod Dunderdale are ,extensiVo spice, sood, and rice merchants, carrying on business in Fleet.street,' and about 20 minutes past 3 o'clock. flames were Found isEuing from tho first story of their premises.. AI n alarm was raised, and two fire engines, as well as the steam fire eigine Clint, were immediately on the spot, but the fire, fed by the immenso stores of merohan dise which were packed :in rooms, spread with such roarlik'ablo rapidity that in a quarter of an hour the whole. of. the upper portion of the warehouse was in a blaze. In about an hour and a half the fire was got under. The machinery and the stores on the ground floor were saved, but the rest of the building was entirely gutted. When the fire broke out eight people were at work.in the packing room upstairs. Three of them es coped, but five women were burnt to death. tlheir names ar...
THE ANGLO AUSTRALIAN IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
TIE ASGLOAUSTRALIAN IN. LONDION'. ,: (Fnoa" THE E'UROPEAN MAIL,) There is every probability.that ahe colonies ,will, in 1874, have anrannexe of their own in connec-ton with the. London International -Exhibition. The well. 'appointed Queens. land .annoxe:suggested the idea of extension ,advocated;, an ilthe Agen'te.General of the *eveqral colonies .fell in with the suggestions .offered, took the matter up, and, in com. bination ,oith:other.geotlemen of influence and' positioo, formed a committee to push the matter through. The sub committee met .the other- day; and drew up. a report to'the .committde,'who are in communion. tion' with her '1ajesty's Commissioners of . the Exhibition of 1851. This report has not yet been made public, but from what I can gather..it -is.su.gestedl tlnt the con tribution and annual chlaree, by way, of _,euheisdy to. ? p"??:id by each colony shall be -inithe ratio f'te spr ,'et:': 'uirdd and 'that priority with regard to space bhall be determined by the an...
Commercial. BENALLA, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
E.. IeALA. April 10. ROT. . O. TODCT30 REPOrTi " 'Plur, pr o . 0 to 4 0 7 Whoor, per bushel u' 4 6 Pollard 'to 0 u 10 0 -b 11 ran0 7 'o 08 Oato (J 3 Pt) 3 'Do, good seed do 0. 3 3 0 rButter, freah, per 1U 0 I 0 0 1 3 Du,pbottcd, do ..' 0 0 9 0 010 aecoo, prime do 0 0 9 0 0 10 . gs,'per'dozei "-;. . . 0 1 ?" 0 b 1'3 ".otatoes, (good) per cwt 0 0 0 7 0 hil. G. Sanarae Rsroaro: lor, per too . £11 10 0 to £12 0 0 WVhb?t? peruushel?;.. 0"4 0 0 4 Oate"' db.: 0 0 0 0 0 trao, do " 0 0 0 .8 'ollard, io ... 0 0 " 0 1 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
',d ': . WPI.? .? . SA DD L E R. .o t.6 onsErse m,,caý'' c HIRE. H,....I, I, C1',I SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER "Bridge Street, Behalla, ESTABLISHED 1853], 3ENAILLA STEAM, SAW MILLS, THE above Saw Mills are now complete and in full working order. All orders .executed with promptitude and dispatch. J. C. SUM .~I ERS , P. R 0 P R I E T 0 . HOTEL __McINALLY AND THE -GREAT AUSTRALIANT REMEDTES. KRAMM'S . VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS 'he only Medicines in the world 'that are Warranted as certain Cures. 'LARGE DEMAND PROVES. PUBLIC CONFIDENCE. T'.H:E P IL LS -:I! -NTIRRLY VEGETABLE. cause no Pain or Sicknese,,and arhet fineat combination of b VALUAB?LE MED1OICNES over discovered for bthe cur of 'Bilioiisness, Costiveiess,' Indigestion, .Flatulency, Headache, and- all Impurities Of tlhe Blood; First Oleanse, and then, as a splendid Tonic, restore othe:body' to HEALTH, STRENGTHI, AND ENERGY. STHEIR, EQUAL IS.NOT TO BE FOUND. THE OINTM EN T, "Best ia neo, cahriinms away .?,'Old Sores.of,:twenty ; years'...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
TO ADqVERTISERS Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before he time ekpires for' which'they have beei. ordered. In cases where the number of inser tions is not specified the advertiselnents will be inserted till countermanded, and charged ac cordingly. ' Quiarterly advertisemecnts'will be continuously inserted unless a written order to -stol., them is sent.'
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
AItlELB0D NE PRODUG0 MARKET. Messrs Noyesd arid ed repost for the week r ':"- nding Apiril .9r3Bl d :4a W>. .1 -. Owing to the tenr approach of the Easier holidays, very litile rbusiness bhas been done in breadstuffj during the" past few' days; prices, however,' remait friio. Oats are still-in good demand.. BDle'y, 'for malting and feeding par. p moses, dommand attention at advanced rate'. Since last` week, sales have been made at the prices quoted below - Flour,per ton ... £1 6 0 to £? 0: 0 Potatoes, do' 0 0 0" 3 16 :0 lran;,per bushel ;.. 0 0 0 0 1 0 'Ships,, do . 0 010 0 0 0 Pollard, 'do ... ' 1- 3. 0 1 3 Wheat. do'.. :0 6 6 0 5 6 yyd?' 'do a 000 0 0 0o pats, 4 0 3 0 4 0 Barley, do . 6 6 0 7 0 Ilaigo, do 0... 0 0 0 3 1 lBacon,per lb ... 0 0 00 .hiam, do 0 0 0 b. 00 Bttter, doo. 0 0 8 0 0 10 LIrd, do ... 0 0 0' 00 0 Oheese, do 0 0 6 0 0 7j Money, do o0 0 0 b 0 0 Eggs, per dozen 0 0 0 0 0 0 - Messrs M'Caw, Adamson, and Co report foe the week ending April 2. 1573.' ' There has be...
THE CORAM-STREET MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
THE COIUAM.STREET MURDER. The coroner's jury have returned the fol lowing verdict in this case:-".That Harriet Boswell was found murdered on the moroing of the 25th December, 1972, at 12 Great Coram street, by some person or person, unkuoxa." Dr Gottfried Hessel was dis. charged on ths 80th January after a complete break down of the evidence against him. And plibi was quite satisfactorily made out, and, the evidence of the vory important witnesses who identified Dr Hessel was thus discre dited. The Government has expressed its regret for his detention, and has paid his passage to Brazil, while the public is sub scribing liberally to a compensation fund. Dr Hessel himself hIas furnished an account of his captivity, to the Daily 1Vews, in which he states that after his remand he was taken to Olerkenwell prison, stripped, and examined. by the surgeon, ordered to go into a hot bath, and compelled to eat witlout either knife or fork. At night all his clothes, even his pocket handkgrchief...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, 7th April. (Before Mr J. H. Alley and Dr Miller.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
WANGAlRATTA POLIOC 'COURT. Monday, 7th April. *(Belgro AIrr'J. E. Alley and lr stille) John Willby, charged with being in'illegal oc,; oupantlo of Orownlaods, was.tfiiod se. Williaml Rawlings, for burniag.,thistles in g puhlio olae wilthout leavo,'?ai finfdl Is. Patrick Bullivaq was charged with allowing disorderly persona in his liconcod premises. Seniqr.constable Oudden deposed that on the 2nd inst he was in" the police office and heard a row in the Courthouse' Hotel and people cryinog police. Ie went over, but by that time the men had bolted. It was a most disgraceful rows and the house ii a badly conducted one. Mr-Norton, qn behalf of Sullivao urged that the police had not proved their case, which the police magistrate dismisse1l with a warnlng. Blidget Jarvis was also charged with keeping a disorderly house. Mir Langtree appeared fqr defendant, and oh. Jocked that the summoni was not sufficiently set out, The Bench was of the eme opinion, and dir.. m is s e d it . . . ; :Wralte...
WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
WIARDEN'S COURT. Tho adjourned application of H.B. Nioholas, of Sandhurst, to lease certain lspds at- Major Hill for the purpose of working the same' for iron ore, was heard at Violet 'Tqwa on 'Wed nesday last by the Warden, Mr. 4lloy. ,The applicant proved, on oath, that he had com plied strictly with all the requirements of the leasing regulations, and had first pegged out tha ground on 3dlogay, the 1?th J'anuary last. . Tsis applicationuwas opposed by John Whiteman, on the ground that he had pegged out the same ground in November last; anhd prevented complying with the whole of the regulations by the Minister of Mines, who advised him to forego the lease and take out a sparch licence,.which he did, and consequently lost his ehaice, so to say, of the land applied for. Moreovor, the Minister had promised to place him in as good a position as the first ap plicant, whatever that might mean. The Warden read over the evidence taken, and stated that subject to the propoise made to 4[r. ...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 8th, 1873, Before Mr J. H. Alley, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
?ENALLA ,UPOLIO COURT. Tuo.day,'April 8tb, 1873, ..:: Before MlrJ.' If. Ally, P. M. LAncRN?y.-Henory Thomprpo, formerly a school master at 'Benalla, and a man of superior oduca tional attainment, but who has lately fallen into habits of eicessive indulgecoe in strong drinks. was brought up in charge of the police for steal long a sliver watch and gold albert chain from the porson of Alexyndor Dobson, a publican of Swao pool.' Sorgeanat Whelann condpucted the prosnetion and the prisoner was undefended. The prosecutor deposed that on the night of the 8th August last he was at the Royal Hotel, Benalls, in the prisoner's company in the sitting room behind thehbar, several other persqns being there at the same time. He fell asleep on the seoft, having in hl poseossion the Watch and chain now produced. He awoke about half-past four on the following morning and missed the property from his vest pocket, the loss was immediately reported to the police, and he never saw either watch or chain ...
EASTER SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
EASTER SPORTS. The old English holiday of Easter term is not entirely to be overlooked by the pleasure lovers of Bonalla and the surrounding districts. Sports are to be held to quit all pprtics, and the old qnd young of both sexes, and we trust they will enjoy them to their hearts' content. 0P, Monday the- sons and daughters of Rechab will give a grand picnic in the paddock near Mr. Summers's mill, and in the evening an enjoyable meeting is anticipqted in the society's hall, when' songs, recitations, and speeches will be delivered by several well. known ladies and gentlemen, after which the ball will be cleared of the seats, and -all who are fond of dancing will have an opportunity of enjoying themselves, and we have no doubt but that every pleasuresceekor will ha-e plenty of fun nod amusement both on the picnic ground and at the concert. At Winton there will nalso be horse racing and a number of other sports such' as wheel barrow races, foot races, jumping, &o.,.under the s...
To the Editor of the North Eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
To the .Eitor.of tes Norath, assern Esign. . Sir,-I think, and many others also, who are situated the same al myself, that it is a shame the shire controcts are not advertised in our pe.al paper. ' Vo do not see the Oren; and Murray once in a week, "and then we do not know what dqy the tenders are in it. Surely. the Shiio Cduhcil could afford to advertise the tenders, whifl would be a nominal sum, and at the satse time it would confer a great boon on the small contractors situated in the bush like myself. I also wish to draw some of our worthy. councillor's attention tolit, those that have i qoalna's Interest at heart, to try and remedy a glaring wrong. I am, yours truly. A lUSMAN. Weo beg to inform our Correspondent that although the advertisements he alludes to are not sent to this journal for insertion at the present time, we have always made it a practice, and atill intend to continue it, of giving publicity to all shire contracts in our columns,s for the benefit of those living...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
CORRESPONDENCE. We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents; and while allowing them every latitude for the discussion of public and local subjects interesting to the community at large, we wish to imprenss upon them that ill porsonalities of a scurrilous natue rowill be strictly excleude.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
FLOR[I LINE. - TaI JIQUID DENTRiFICE.: - FLORIhINE s weet a the Ambrosial air,. With its perfumge rich and rare ; Sweest ua violets at the more, Which the emerald nooks adorn. Sweet as rosebuds bursting.forth, From the richly laden earth, sa Il tbhe FAsoanT FLOBIalxE. The teeth it makes a pearly white, 86 pure and lovely to the sight; The gums assume a rosy hue,. Tbe breath is sweet as violets blue; Whilst scented ar the flowers of May, Which oueast their sweetness from each spray, SIs the FFaoe'i? FontLro. Sara some fairy with its hand Cast round its mystic wand, And produced from fairy's bower So?oted-perfumes from each flowe For in this liquid gem we trace- All that can beauty add and graoe Buch is the Faogna~n FtLOt?ma. - Read .This W. From the Weekly ies? , 26th March, 187 :-t'There are so many toilet articles wbhich-ob'tiihall their celebrity frin-'being"con i ptantly and extensively advertised, that it makes it necessary when anything new and good is in troduoed to the public...
TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
TERRIBLE .COLL?EIY EXPLOSIO..-.On 18thL February, a fearful explosion, resulting in, serious loss of life, took plaie' in the. colliery. known as Talk-o'.the-Hill, a pit situtited about four miles from 'unstall and one mile from Harecaitle Station. An explosion occurred at the.colliery on the 13th December, 1868, which. occasioned the lss of no less than' 80 'lives. The recent explosion, occurred: in the 8 feet seam, where, 20 mon were working. At the pit mouth there was, as may be supposed, a very.dils tressing scene. It appears that a number of workmen engaged in the 7.feet seani'at the time of the explosion were affected by it, but did noo suffer seriously. Up, to 4 o'clock on Wednesday but 14 bodies had been recovered, the'state of the pit rendering it impossible for the present to penetrate to the places where the others are thought to bp buried. The. first that were found lay in a group. A fireman and i collier lay together, and this strongly favors the superstition that the e...
OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
OXLEy SHIRE COUNCtL. The ordinary meeting of this beoly was held on Saturday last. Present-The Pre sident, and Ore Connell, Whitty, Gray, Cozens, Brown, Milne, and O'Donnell. The correspondenco was read as follose: From A. Nyberg, directing attention to the bad ondition of the Bogey Creek bridge. It was decided that the roadilen make the necessary improvements under the instruc tioa of the Engineer. From the shire Engineer, stating that he had been informed by air Pinniger that the Council had objected to pay his charge for surveying a road throughl Laceby pre.emp tive amdion, on the ground that a surveyr had already teen made by Mr Dalzel, and stating that ir Pinniger was entitled to the fees claimed by him. The Council decided to pay Mir Pinniger. From M. Cusack, who had omitted to obtain a removal of his slaughtering licence, asked for it to be adjourned. request complied with. From John Phelan, enclosing his account. Ordered to stand over. From F. Ryley, stating that the Ovens b...
THE North Eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
THE ýrrn (zterIt nOThzn Puf ithed on suuedays and Fridays. " FRIDAY;?APRIL : 11li, 1873. As rue. question of the federation of. the Australian Colonies is of daily increasing im portance, and' necessarily but .a .question of time, all measures which.tend to- the accom plishment of so desirable a result, and to the expediting its performance, should be adopted as thoroughly and readily as the circumstances .of the case will permit, in order that, when the'present difficulties and disputes, shall have been smoothed over 'and.settld, 'the transition to the much-desired and may not be too sud den and violent. For some time the question in dispute has not been ao much aq to the according reciprocity of privileges, (and all the colonies express thepnselves as ready and willing to grant this) as it has to the duty of being the first to begin. Bride, not principle, is the matter of contention. However, it is gratifying to us to observe that. one of the younger sisters has taken the initiati...
A MYSTERY OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 April 1873
A MYSTERY OF THE SEA.—The Gibralter Chronicle relates a story which might have given a hint to Edgar Poe or Coleridge. The Dei Gratia, British ship, on 5th December, fell in with an American brigantine, the Mary Celeste, in lat. 38.20 N., and long. 17.15 W., The master boarded her, and found her abandoned, from no apparent &nbsp; cause. She was perfectly sound, and suffered &nbsp; from no storm, a small phial filled with oil being found perpendicular, and nothing whatever had been injured. A sword which was in the cabin was found to be smeared with blood, the top-gallant rail had marks on it of blood, and both bows of the vessel had been cut with some sharpe instrument. The captain's effects were of value, and there had been a lady and child on board. It is not mentioned whether the boats were gone, but the theory would seem to be that the crew, or part of them, murdered the captain, ran the vessel towards the Azores, and escaped in the boats, carrying off the lady a...