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SOMETHING MORE OF STRAW. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 April 1873

SOMIETHING MORE OF STRAW. Mr Steekbridge, of Michigon, says to feed or nbt to feed straw segms to some yet an open question. The merits of the bodder have been set forth in a few of the past num bere of the Tribune, as also some attempts to show its demerits. Much of this has been ineterestiog oad' profitable, but I believe there has been one point, at 'least, overlooked in considering the value of straw, that is the time of cutting. It is well known.tbat grasen when left tomaturo fullybefore' it is ,ut; makes lihard, dry, inferior' hny. The same is 'true of straw; :'It'is? perhaps shfa to estimate ":thnat one.half of:ihd girainh;, whent, rye,"bits, Sand barley, might be cut two weeks sooner a than they usually ,are.; and a saving would : be- the: result: in more points, than. one. f"'Mllers say that early cut wheat yields more ;.,and'better' flour than where it has stood.too lon," There' is not- so muoh wiasted in a'"n? ,dlling, hero'eis? not muoh time: lost ini breaaki?i hbands .t...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 April 1873

o RIOKET. MATCH, The long talked of crioliet match at Ws,. garatla has at length come off. , Saturda lest witnessed the.;opening of the match of 11 East Melbourne men against ?l'of tbo Ovens district. The weather was everything to be desired, and the visitors were numerous. from all parts of the dietrict. The pavilion was a great improvement by way of eacom.. modation on the old bough concerns that for. me~iy did duty. The scores as under will. show that many of the best: Wangertta, bahts: went out In the first innings with 0 to, their names, w hen it was expected that they would have run up a good score The follwing. is the result: -EAST MaLuounNE-F.. sT INraneon. Williams a Crone, b Kettle .. Hepburn, a Marshall, b Reid .. Butler, b, Reid .. . Jennings, a T. Dight, b Reid . Stewart, run out .. . I2 Kyte,.b Reid ..... , Darcley, a Neill, b Kettle 2 Forrester, 'O'Connor, b Kettle.. 3 'Wendkam, not,out .. Darke, a Brown, b Reid Byes .. .* 13 WANGA, iATTA Fin? INtS. 88 O; Dight, hit w...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 April 1873

WANGAIATTA BOROUGiH COUNCIL. The u2ual Bfore ily miteetingafthls body was held on Wednesday. The mayor and councillors Wllson, Boyd,,Joheston, llurdocb, Dumphyi.,ad Spearing, were present.. CORBRPnONDENCEII. Two summonsee in the!Police Couri fon"oberges Incurred on account of lunaticj;amounting to •11 17s. 3d, were crdered to lie on the table. From the Borough of Craigle asking co-opera tion in getting a government subsidy for recently formed tioroughs. Action had already been, taken. From G. Powell asking leave to erect a veran dah opposite hie premise.-Granted. .... From Cain and Co. asking permision to take fnee gravel froeei ho 'river bank as ballout for the railway.-Oranted. ' - ,. Letters were also received from the truoites of the cemetery respecting the reservation of a road; which,was qomplied with; and from the Goneral Poestof]iica tatiog tha the new post;offi?e at Wangaratta would bo proceeded with aes oon as possible. The treasuror's report showed the present over. draft...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 April 1873

COMMERCIAL. "Money is easier. Discount, 4 per ceant The Bank reserve has declined. Produce Markets--Wool-The sales look more cheerful for growers. Tallow tlairmer. Hides and leather are dull. Wheat is diopping in prce) 'the weitheir' is favorable for farmers. Tin is quiet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 April 1873

o . . 3EN:ALLA, STEAM SAW MILLS, ,THE abova "awblMill; aie noiw, completo and in full working order. " - All orders, executed with `promptitude and dispatch C, " S U: ': ,, E ' R. S PR OP R I T"0 . ..1 _ --L? • ý s I ..- S--, STO RE. -' Proprietor. THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN REMEDIES. KRAMM'S VEGETABLE LIFE ; PILLS. T-hoeonly Medicine. in the world that are warranteu as certsan Cures. . . , -E P I..L L S- ~NTIRELY VEGETAB ILE, cause,noi.Pain or Sioknese, and are thsin laet omnblnatloi' of ~ ALUA13LE MEDICINES,over discoveredfor tli?itlroi f? Biliousness; 'Cotiveness,-: Indigestion,; Flatulency,, Headache, and all` S,,. : , . , i...;Impurities 'of the Blood;* . Flrst Oleaoae, and then, as a splendi4 Tonio, restore the body, to . . EALTH, STRENGTH, airo ENERGY: T E . EQ UA·. :-I, N ,T T ,,r 1LE I ST NOT 'EE Sn dSan kin Eruptiens. . ... . EXCLL'E UNRIVALLED. . . .. ie. One Silling per Box or ..ot. - I " : ,: ý. : J 1: i .' , ' • " . . . t ', "_- 1 .4ý' h '.ý , ":I! . r . r - .' Ol S'bes P ul...

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 — 15 April 1873

To the Editor sfthe iorth Eeotern 'nsign.2 Sa, \` have ioeei alistener iri the War den's Court, bothat Benilla and Violet Town, swhen Mr Nicholas's application for a mineral lease "was' objected to by a Mr. John White man, MI.L.A. for Emerald Hill. On both theee occasions Mr. Whiteman stated that he was the firet to peg ostthe ground in dispute, and that he had complied.with the regulations up to-a certain date, when ho was advised by tho,Minister of, Mines not to get a lease, but to igo ifor a Search License; whereby it seems the Crown would be deprived of a conk siderablo sum of money every year, and the interests of a whole-istriet be locked up in a dog-in-thoemanger style, as a Search License does not compel the holder to work the ground to which it applies, and yet it shuts out ever' entirprising poerson from doing so. But the most curious revelation which this worthy legislator lhonored, his worshipetho Wardon with-(and it is to be hoped Mr. Whiteman 'will; bo:dalled upon to e...

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To the Editor of the North Eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 April 1873

I To he ;-. tor of the North aeorn n. Sm,-As'"iny :last 'onitined a little advice to our councillors, it may not be out.of place thi? time to address my fellow electors.' Now I look upon it as a folly to complain of an evil when we have the remedy.in our own hands and fail to use it. And the advico I would tender icthis,-if our coucaillors displeaose us by their conduct in the council, dont.voto for them on.the.next: occasion, of their presenting themselves for re-election. Time after time they are "sen into the' council, and yet their official conduct isa being almost perpetually complained of. I remember that some time aince, no matter for, 'dates, somei writer whoseo aoubrius!,t was "Xiphias," gave our. councillors a terrible overhauling, and the president' camo' in for the lion's sharoeand I' do notknow iflurhas det recovered froei the effects;. but you will understand,!Mr. Editor, that I ,am not· ccusing those agentlemon of mobtaltweanlii~s, lacekof integrity of purpose, or wan...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EARTHQUAKE AT SAN SALVADOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 April 1873

EARTHQUAKE AT SAN SALVADOR. A terrible earthquake has occurred at San Salvador, the capital of the South American State of that name, by which eight hundred persons lost their lives, and a large amount of property was destroyed.

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THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 April 1873

THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. General Schofield has returned to New York alone, the Hawaiians being opposed to their new King, Lunalilo, visiting America.

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FLORILINE. THE LIQUID DENTRIFICE. FLORILINE [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

EL^OR [LINE. 7 IFRI Ll N -E.' , THE LIQUID DENTRBFICE..: FLORILINE iSweet asntheo Ambrosial air, -With its porfumo rich and rare; Sweet as violets at the inoru, - Which the emerald .nooks adorn Sweet as rosebuds bursting forth From the richly laden earth, S s the FPsdon*Gor FloHnLNE. - The teeth it makes a pearly while, o80 pure and lovely to the sight; P'he gums assume a rosy hue, , The breath is sweet as violets blue Whilst scented 'a the flowers of May; Which cast their sweetness from each spray, Is the FRAGRAne FpoRILIni. Sure some fairy with its hand Cast round its mystic wand, And produced from fairy's bower Scented perfumes from each flowe For in this liquid gem noe trace-. All that can lieauty add and graco Such l9tihe FnAQOAT. FLOMRLINB. .Read' This W From tbo PWekl'Times, 26Stl March, 1871 :--Theoro are so many toiletarticles which obtain all tho;r celebrity from being'con. ptantly and extensively advertised, that it makes it iecessary.when anything noew and good is :in .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS" WILL. lBe OONSIDEED DY A LOCAL LAND BOARD : ' To To holden at Bonalla on THURSDAY, 24Tr APRtL, 18s3, At Eleveon o'clock a.m. . Area. Name. : Parish. Allot. A. B. P. Patrick O'Brien Arcadia part 15 ..0 0 0 Wm. Hutchinson " do, part 14 ... 80 0 0 Edwin Brown Benalla 1, 2 29F 0 0 0 o William Smith Blmattm part 137 .. 37 2 14 James Maloney Cirrawa 70 . .300 1 81 J. A. Beasley do par 67 .. 20 0 0 0 Jas. W. Coghill do / B .. 57 ?3 20 James Haynes do art 67 ... 80. 00 Thomas Ryan-. Dooklo part 177 40 0 0 Peter Cosgrove do part 245 116 2 37 John Conway do part 221 70 0 0 Daniel Hanlon Goomalibee S AB '. 07 1 7 Bridget Flanagan Iialia pts 2 & 3 160 0 0 Lewis 1'ILean do part 32 ... 320 0 0 Wm. M'Carron. do part 62 .. 100 0 0 Michael Bolton do part 77 ..140 0 0 John Maidment do- part 71 ...320 0 0 Michael Burns do- part 3 ... 200 0 0 Benedict Moorey do" pt 14, 15 .. 200, 00 David Webster Katandra unst.rvey ... 320 0 0 or.". edcountry John Webster do do . . 2...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

TO SUBSORIBERS. Subscribers cannot discontinue tho"paper in the middle of a quarter. No notice will be taken of an order to discontinue unless all money due accompanies the order. Remittances may be made in postage stamps, or by P.O. order.

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BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

BENALLA SHIRE .OUNOIL. The usual fortnightly'meetiog of this body was held on Wednesday- lost,. when" there were present Ors Hoskins (ian the ohair), Guppy, M'Kee, Shortell, Little; and Black. The minutes of the list ineeting having been read and confirmed, the Secretary read the followingr 'From the Educational Department, no knowledging receipt of letter from the Cone.n oil relative tothe want .of a`'sohool .t' Be. nalla. From theSeoretary ofBeeohworthAKsylu, asking for subscription as usual. A'sum of 010 having been presented about three months since, on the motion of Cr M'Kee, the subject was allowed to stand over for the present. From the noioe of Lands.and..Survey, in. forming the Council that thire will be no objection to reserving for. show yards, at Benalla an' area not exoeeding'five acres, be tween the Church ot England ground and the river. Reooeived. e From Mir F. .M'Donnell, stating that Mr Adan. Wakenshaw desired him to inform the Council that, notwithstanding the fre...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

STO CORRESPONDENTS. SNo communication will under any oiroum aandoe bo inserted unless authenticated by the real namne and address of. the writer, not nece? •a rily for publication, but as a guarantee of 7oad fajth.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHIARINI'S ITALIAN CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

CFHIARIN'VS ITALIAN OIRCUS. "This popular place of entertainment was thoroughly crowded' lost Monday night: in every part, upwardes'of 3,000 persons being in the vast aniphitheatro. The programme was worthy of the occasion, consisting of a. number of thoeehoieest acts that the company produce,:nnd the performers evidently ex erted .'thmselves so as to appear to the :greatest advaitage. There were several acts that had not been, before presented, as.La Valencians, a; spanish. dance, with. costa-..' 'nettes on horsebacl, by Miss Amelia Brydges, and the infant gymnasts, in which Mr W. Cirlo' iitroduced four juvenile pupils. in a. graeeful hi't difficult posturing act. The whole performance had proceeded without a hitch until nearly the end of the programme, when, just as Belen Cuba and Miss Amelia Brydges had mounted their horses for the last equestrian feat, a loud crash was heard,. add a portion of the upper seats in the centre of the family circle gave way, precipitating some 40 or ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SITTINGS OF COURTS. GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

SILTTINGS OF COURTS. OENEIAL SESSIONS. Bechbworth Wedneaday, September 3. COUNTY COURTS. Beochworth--Mouday, April 21. Benalla-Saturday, August 2. Wangaratta-Weduesday, April 30. Ilansfield-lVeduesday, October 15. Seymour-Saturday, May 3.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN INDOOR TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

AN INDOOR TRAGEDY. Well nigh half a' century ago a newly married couple settled in one of the western counties of Pennsylvania. :They had what their neighbours'doemed a fair capital v~1 which to begin life-a: wellstooked though small faorm, sound health, good common sense, and a more thanuavcrage amount of' hrewd .intelligence and culture.. Under all this was a eincere trust in God, and ajealous, sensitive love for each other, neither of which their nelghbours knew. maio., about. American bsaokwoods farmers take a'pkido in covering their notions under a hide as tough as that of their own beeves. They had three or four, children, and night after night, over the kitchen fire, the problem they set themselves.:, to answer was, what is the best thing we can do with them-the question asked daily with such a wrenching-of heart in myriads of homes, and answered so differently. The.. fear of God seemed to Jacob and his wife the best heritage to give them; the next best, 1 plenty of money. To...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. BENALLA, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

.BEAn LA. April 17. S 'BA. oBRITsON REPOBS: Flour, r ton ;. 0 0 to 12. 0 Wheat, per bub:o:l 4.6 - 4 7 Pollard do ... 0 0 10 010 11 Do, goodaeoddo 0.. 3.,0 3 Butter, freoh, per lb 0' 1' 0 :0 1 3 Do.potted,. do .. 0 0 9 '0 010. Baco, prime do ... 0 09 0 10 VEgs, per do .. 0 10 0 1 0 1. 3 Pottoes, (Sood) per cwt 0 6 0. 0 .7 0 ]Mli. G: nSilApsRiPooe: Flour, per ton' . 1...1 10 0 to £12 0 0 Wheat, per ushel ,0 4 - 0 4 6 O ats, * do 0 0e us 0 3- '0 Bran,' do , 0 0 0.. 0 08 Pollard, ;. do -.;. 00 10 0 1..0 " I 1''

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

* -* "-*---= - -;- :-=-: -- ..;, :Ž G.W + • 'LLlSAD DLER..aFr.U: HNR SES ? lC HIRE. SADDLE AND HARNESS' M'A:I7ER Bridge Street, Benalla, ,", ESTABLISHED, 18531, SEN: LLA STEAM SAW:: MI'LLS,. THE above' Saw. Iil aro now complete andin full workingorder '::. All:,, orders executed with promptitude and dispatch. . . SU • JU JtE RS P B 0., P .B I. T. 0 B.. .'-'i .: + ,.,'-. < ': ; . , - .: . _ . . _ _ _ ._ . . ... ,, : . ,,:+ +, _-:' , HOT AL KRAMM'S V EGETABLE LIFE PILLS +' -. " T ~ RAN: : D .. Tbo only Medicines in the world that are warraeted as cortain Oures. LARGE DRIAND PROVESB PUBLIC 00NFIDENCE. VALUABLEMED10INES over disecovoed for the er of r Impuiities of the Bood irst Cae, and thon; as splendid Tomni, reotore the body to 1EALTI, STRENGTH, AND ENE.IIY.. It. o ,E ':T E T. . So ' in use, ol hanrm away Old Soros of twenty yeatandig, Burns, Scalds, Boils Rheumatism and Sk'in .Erup:tie,5nso 1:r r; snoora- 'I .; T -P ,. ,I S . + + ,+ , FOR EXCELLEEE UNRIVALLED. P ice One ...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

TO ADYERTISERS" Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before the time expires for which they have been ordered. In cases where the number of inser tions is not specified the advertisements will be inserted till countermanded, and charged ac cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously inserted unless a written order to stop them is sent.

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