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PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, May 21. the Speaker took the chair at half-past 4. NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 May 1872

'. lllt i IIAME1 NT3 OF.: VICTOR IA. ;,ratnink') odJ ,rear::bathedisi4y, ay 21.; eIl rtTho Spmkee.tookitliclhair at half past 4.i 0! tos, 2 .NOTio O rOiirOT ; 1 ' 'i "?ra. 3anmes: To move; nx.t lday, thiiat ii the opinion , p thlis qupot is not desirable that intoxicating liquors ' 0bol do ~ tln iprcits of tho Parlinment bhilding, n thnO r htrotallingtiopf-sichleliquors during thlo sitting of .i sParlianidnt tendllo interfere with tihe business of the iel"Horiso'anid tdlatfin consequence of tbhsl interference it -iioaristinil ,wlii liishould be removcd, and the sale of .wuolfndrit dpiradlo nbet once discontiiued. Oli! Cii Tuae 5IOAfro , O, TuE TREoAIUER. hA[r. Duffy stateod that he haad received that morning .i.,the following letter from,the hen. member for Goelong it'! ':West;' whichtfinowishoed'to read to the House. " It was ;,:l: 1,'s folld:fo :' '1fily'ar Mr. DfIfy,--Ierewithi you will r. e itreivb' mny r? inn~ation of the offico of Treasurer, which Sjiplcaso forvaird to tlhe Go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 May 1872

r,' •d" j F" " w ° et . f . . IC R TAM FLOUR MILLS, l ýANGARATTA ANb 1ANS'FILF1D 4ji th bhighest price 'fir WREAT, *and have &LOU t, BRAN, and. POLLARDfor Sale 't - .BOT +E... , , :; (Late Cahnf and Loebey. • ,.a... '. i , ! . . . , , , ' 4 :.";",' ?: , :'J' q '2 "'::;', :. :' ;,' '. , SUMMER .GOODS; " OA N'hege to inform tho lniahitsnt of :Manafleld and the district that ho has just received S a supply of SUPERIOR. SUMMER 'GOODS, embracing althe-oNovolties ,ot the Season, TOGETHER WIT f., , £300 -worth of Splendid Colonial Jewellory. I. WALKER, HIG'H ISTR E E'T, MANS FI'E LD. The ;veryl Best Liquors of Ee, y :.Description, S TE A. FLOUR MIA ,LL9 BEN A LLA, HAS FLOUR, BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON HAND. WHEAT BOUG2 IN6 ANY QUANTl2IBBT BENALLA STEAM SAW MILLS. THI above Saw Mills are now complete and in full working order. All orders executed with promptitude and dispatch. P ' " ' .g0 T'T0 . PRINTING 'AN D STATIONERY WAREHOUSE ... Br d?ge Street , Benalla':. .. .. : STATIONER! ...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 May 1872

MELBOUINEI PRODUOE MARKET. Messrs M'Caw,r Adam'son, and Co reportL for the week ending May 15, 1872: Below we give details, results of actual sales : Flour, per ton ...£·10 5 Oeto 15 10 0 Maize, perlbushel .. 0 , 0 0 O 0 Wheat, do . 0 3 0. 0. larley, do . O 0 4. 1 Oats, feed, do . 0 2 8 0 " 11 Grey Peas , do 0 3 0 0 3 4 Oraso Seed,perenial. do O 0 0 00 00 0 Do, Frairi do .. ' 0 O0 4 6 Bran, do .0 1. o Or 1 1 Pollard 'l do 0 0 0 0 1 1 Cihaff,mixed, peoton 0 0 0 00Or 0 Potatoes, do 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bacos, per4b'oz . . .. 0 0 0 0 8 EIine, do" " 0' 0 0 0 11 Cheese, do .0 0 2 0 0 7nl Butter, potted, do 0 0 5 0 i 0a Do,freshdo,' . 0 0 } .0' 1 3b Ifoncy, o ... ,, 0 .0 5, !0 0 0 Eggs, perdoze 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mesesr Noy? .and Reid repore for 'the weo, ending Mnay l5,1387. : ' " ': c s 2 We report?Bales ot mill, farm, and (iairy, pro dueo this week as under : Flour-Best brhadsd foe sllk.dreseed; in trade parcole,from .15 Ills to £16 per ton. No large lines sold to report.' Bran-ls 1,1 to Is 2d per bus...

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THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 24 May 1872

T HE Pubtlsded on headaysandE Fridays. F1.tIDAY, MAY 2.4," 1872. IT is perhaps as well to admit that which is .patent to all, tllat if the Opposition remain as compact as they are at present they can eifflotually.prevent Mr. Dorer from carrying ow thi? business of the country. Their deter nmisation'is to oust that gentleman froni office, and he cannot with so small a majority as two carry on the business of the colony. The question then naturally arises, is or is not a dissolution to be granted ? It is no doubt the wishi of the peoplo that Mr. Dor?r ssho?d lhave an opportunity of making his promised policy a reality, but the journals who write the Ministry down with' eovery kind of inveetiveo, glandor, abuse, and attack, designate a disso l4tion a strain upon the constitution. This is the. language of the Melbourne Telcgrap- a mil'd re-production of the A rgus. Now, we know that some exceedingly empty-headed and shallow professors in the three learned professions are in the habit of...

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SHEAN'S CREEK. May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

SHLfAN'S 'CREEKi. (aoai oU bw d .6 i c E?SBlPimrDE .). May 25. ;rA.,ase,.Tremibei' v. Barton ',whioh' was ajdicated upon, on Wednesday' last by *Mesire Grattan eand Gall, at the-Court of Peity Sessions, hbld at Violet Town, has elicited a great deal of comment in this dis. triot, where' both litigants are residents. 'Some time ago Trembel was defendant in a case for using abusive language to Mr Willis, of the Duck Pords, and escaped with a repri. mend, when many were'of opinion he would have received something more severe. Ai Trembells foolish enough to boast that he cannot lose a case while Mr Grattan is oh the bench, and as the decision of the Bench of Wednesday last has caused much unfavour. ablec ritioism, it may consorve'tho cause of justice by making the matter public. -If Trembel's allegation is- true (and I' cannot think it is) its lpublication 'will do good ; if not, it will only recoil on those who have been' foolish enough td malkb it.' ' Some of our farmers havoenearly c...

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CHEESE VERSUS MEERSCHAUM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

CHEESE VEitSUS MEERSCHAUM. We should bo very sorry to'put a damper upon the nicotean enjoyment of any of oar numerous readers; and lead them to suppose that every one of'their nicely coloured pipes are not'ihat they seem,' veritable meer. sohaum, but we must, in our orusade against adulteration, divers and sundry, inform them that when they fondly dream they are in. holing, Raleigh.like, the fumes of nolophis. ticatod Viginiar weed, out of the pure 'Eoume dsemer-the real mineral seam of the sea; it is'too often, alas I not the true article from the south of.Russia, in which they are diptilling the tobacco, but nothing more nor less than a piece pf cheese adulterated with magnesia. All cleese is formed out of the casein of milk, and casein mixed with lime is often, too, usedLinstead of linseed oil by the; house painter.... We 'might forgive this, as the representatives of the Jlilk Journal, and leave theoexposure to the oilman, the grocer, or the ironmonger, but, as the article trenc...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

SITTINGS OF COURT'TS.. CraanrrT COURT. SBoeeworth--'Wednesday, 28th October. GEEBRAL BSEIONS, Beechworth-M.londay, August 5. " "atuifield--Frlday, Oplober 18. p CouztrY' COUnts. - Alexadra-Wednesday, October 9. Benalla-Sarurday, July 27. Janleotn--Satqrday, October 12. .?antfiald-Friday, October 18,

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NEW PROCESS OF ENGRAVING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

NEW PROOESS OF ENGRAVING. It will be.remembered that .a proceas of engraving by means of a forcible jet of sand was recently invested in. America: by Mr Tilgham, and appliedl ino photography, , gelatine relief being used as the mask or shield containing the design. The Photo. graphi Newso, states that a further modifica. tioon has been patented by Mr Morse, who. uses a new method of propelling the sand. He provides a simple box or hopper, from .dlioh depends a small tube about 8ft long sad no machpier,hbayond this is used. iii7uie of aornoadam and emery, in tpenforan. of' ppwder, is placed in the. hppper. and al lowed to descend through the tube. 'The object to be engraved is held under the ex-. tremity of the tube, so that the engraving powder will fall, upon it, and in afew minutes. time the most splendid. ornamental designs. are cut, with margelloua exactitude and sur-. prising beauty. An American paper says:. --" We have seen. enraved effects, produced by this process, upon glas...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before the time expires for which they have been ordere'd In cases where the number of insor '_ t ion?ei lt'especified the advertisements ivillbe ,'inserted till countereianded, and charged.,c ,is'cordingly.: r Quarterly advertisements will'be '''ontinuosely inserted unless a written order to slop them is sent.

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WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. This body met on Wednesday evening last present, the Mayor, and Ors Tone, Swan Dixon, Wilson, and Spearing. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and eonfirmed. From W. H. C. Hughes, giving notice of his intention to apply for a slaughtering licence. Granted under the usual conditions. From Mr Miller, the offclr appointed by the Council to cairry out the provlslons of the Goat Act, resigning his appointment unless some remuneration were attached to the office. He stated that as he could not utiliso the goats after killing them athantif he de-. stroyed them he would be at the trouble and 19a. of time of burying them. ..1 . r Swan thought Mr Miller should receive 910 a year. 9Cr Johnston-No. Pay lis 1s 'a head. Or Swan-He might show you the same head six times over, Cr Tone moved that it be is a head. Cr Johnston seconded thei motion, which was carried.: . d ?,',..'tv _e:o... . From the United 'hire of,.Beowoiqt; stating that the Counoocil would be,...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

•TO CORRESPONDENTS. .No communication will under qny oiroum e!ances be inserted unless authenticated by the real name and addresa of the writer, not nrces a orly for publication, lut as a guarantes of

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

The east side of .Eildesheim Cathedral is nearly. covered by a single rose tree, mentioned In docu. menots' nearly 1,000 years ago. The stem is a, foot in diameter, and it besrs countless flowers, every sue er. .. The capital of Greenwioh Hospital, apart: from its estates, amounts to £2,800,000,; and its income last year was £191,570.' As for many, many years sixponce a month was deducted from every. mercantile se iaman's wages towards the. support of the hospital, it would seem.only fal that a considerable portion of thls,wealth should be applied to the so?pprt of aged ,and infirm members of the sea going fraternity, 'A wife's text-" The right man in the right. place"-a husband at home in the evening. The man who was1 "open to conviction" has. been coellerahly "shut up'!. since. The man who +'.took a view lmpai tially" has been had up for picture, stealing. Th'a mana who, could not "shut his eyes io"the foot" ha? had them olosed up for him, and they have turned black.'The man, who ...

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LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

LIGHTNIIXG. Sometimns. lightning produces complete aind iustantaneous paralysis. The suppres-. sion of movement in the victim in these cir-. cumita.ces ia so.rapid that those who have ,wi'pstced it might have thought they enf. fered from some illusion. Who would think he was dreaming if he saw an unfortunate creature, fulLot life and aptivity,petrifed and. motionless.as a rock in less time than it re quired to witness the phenomenon ?. Jerome Cardan relates that eight reaper, who-were eating their dinner under an oak tree, were alla truck by the same flashof, lightning, the explosion of which was heard far away. When somn people passing by approached to. see what had happened, they. found the reapers at all appearance continuing their repast; one still held hia glapss i hisl hand. another was in thb act- of putting" a piece of bread intohis mouth, a third had his.band, in,the dish. Death i0ad.: onme upon them suddenly whilst in these' positions, when the. thunderbolt fell. 'Azreatl ...

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LADIES' AMATEUR CONCERT AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

,LADIES' ,A[ATEUR CONCERT AT BENALGA.' As an appropriate finish to the 'Presbyterian bauar, which was going on during the latter part of the past week, the ladies connected 'with that undertaking re. solved to give a once at at its close, and on Saturday i evening, at the Mechanics' Institute, this -resolntion was carried into effoet. As it was the first appearance in public of nearly all'tho ladies; a deal of interest was manifested by the outside pnblio as io the suncese or otherwise of their efforts, and, therefore, soon after the. doors were thrown open a continual stream of pleasure. seekers wended their way towards the hall until it was pretty well crowded-In fact, all the front seats were filled, and numbers who paid for front seats had to content .themselves with sitting room amongst the "gods" at the back. After Mr. Sharpe had been duly. Installed as chairman the concert opened with an in.str. mental duet by Miss Bond and fiss M'Kellar, the per. formance of which was duly l...

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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

.AN ARA(TTA 00, MERCI-L' REPORT. ., .Iy.ay 97. o - . , rlor; ?arton . -.: 1 0 0o to b£1 0 0 WVbeat,'per bushel ... 0" t6 B5 6 0 Oata, do ... 0 0 0 2 6 Bran, do *'' 0 0 0 0 1 0 ' Pollard, dor 0 0 .1 6 futter, per lb -.:. :-. 0 0 .0. , 0 1 0 Eggse; per dozen .;. 0 0 0 0 1 0 I' REnALLA , .ly 27. Plour, pr tn . £14 0.0 Oto tlI 0.0 Wheat, pehpr ashl .' 6 0 0 5 10 Pollas4, do" . 0 0 0 1 OBran, odo'.' 000 000 *ate do. 1..o 0 0 0 0 206

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. May 26 [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

MANSFIELD?R?iODU6E OIRCULAR..r . "May S . S . E. M'tioni's R .oo. Flour, per to..-. £0 0 0 to . 16 0 eChaf n do* 4.. 0o . 04 Whaat, 0 r-hu5h I 0 6 0 61. 0 "Bconn,+ri,, ::: .": '?.': .Or.S? O l" 0 Rutter (tre+h) po b; ;." 0..+) - 0 1. 0 Egg poer dozen, -." 0 0 9 0 0 1 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

- IMPOUNDINGS. " .i E'EOH.WORT-Ir-p poundgd at Beechwo th Bay horse?-* neaiilh~uldeer, spqt on forehead Black horse foals no brand " - I :Roan horeeh'ej!draught',WS near shoulder To be sold on.Oth.Juno. ri BENALLA-Impouuded! a Bonlla, 25th S"April-Trespass 3d Bay mare, blase, collar marked, near fore coronet "white,'off.hidd I g whito,NMInSirt ishoulder To be sold od20th' May.I(a; zt ,f ;::Ji , BENALLA-Impounded at Bjonlla;t lt .,.ay -Tres ass3d Peach (Gre cob gelding lame,,collar. markod, PH' over 7 near shoulder Ohesnutinired?has hada fistula, white spots on SbeckiR; Y near shoulder, liko RY off shoulder ._On 4th May-Trespasss_3d.each I Brown mare, star, collar. marked, RR conjoined (the first R tliIrnd todithe left), over gG or EG nearehoulder,.G qear:rump ii' :T. Chesnut cob geldito, off hip down,,off hind leg white, like,).(off.sboulder r: o ? Dark bay gelding;'wbhite hairs.througbody, aide of head white,white beholly four , white les,; hi asd illegible brand near shoulder. " -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

BENALLA-rmpounded at Benalle, lth'May Trespass-a 3 each " -' " Black mare, T over .t near shoulder Bay gelding, black points, AS near shoulder, = near cheek " T?o be'sold oni 12th Jude. ' : ,BOWMAN'8 FOREST-lmpounded at Beech worth Shire Pound, 16th May.:. -'. Brownscolt, s?all star, like DW. snear shoulder To be sold on lsbh Jude. XLErY--linpouoded at Oxley,' 19th May Treepse Is 64d White satig' lullook, small salt off ear, like I (paint)'off shoulder, no' dther rviible; :'Notioe Ssent tosuppoeed.owner.,: ~ .' ~. , rr: To be.,old .. on 2, , June ,r ' W ANGOA'IATTA'?-Impounded at Wingara?i? 19th May i. Chesnut horse, eaddle marked, star, small stripe and snip, near hind foot white, - (in circle) sear shoulder, It off shoulder. ; . " Chesout mare, bumble fore feet, oft bhind foot white,, onip; m off . near shoulder, II y'ver' ao off'houlder +., ' ?I- :.?. Bay .celt progeny, no- vlible brand ' ymare,, collar inarkaesdcsar; no .fore leg, Aover 2 dliear shoulder . . Brown filly, star, p...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, May 23. (Before Mr. Butler and the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

SW Ay GAlOtTA1TA BPOLIGH COURT. Thnrsday, M2ay 23.' (Befor Mr. Butler and the'Mayor.) W'l, lliam Roberts and..Thomasi Grant ioro charged ' ith fighting in the.publio etreets.' Discharged with a caution. Jam es Knight w"a obarged with itdecent 'exposure. SThe oae 'was fully proved, ?dd the accused was sent to +,.gaol'for three days. " ?. Jpomes SmithBwoe charged with larceny as a bhaileo. r., h Harris deposed she was a housemaid at the .,Prince of Wales Hotel, Wasngpmratta. O the 20th of •f.?ay,thopri?oder an'a man named Wilson came into Sthe hotel and called for two glasses of ile. He tendered me a £1.notoin'payment. I.told him I had not change "sond gave him :the £1 back. Immediately'afterwards one Thomas Smiiti came in to pay an account, and tendered a lnote in paymeot. James Smith agreed, to'getthis "£1 changed. Witness gave James Smith t-e peiund bof Thomns Smith to get changed. He w?ont 'anway oand n t'ver returned Ho was afterwards arrested. i:'Croeeiamii(ii by 'Mr..Lmomnt, cw...

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