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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

M..MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. - - Mes? Noyes'and Reid report for'the week endlog April 9, 1873: Since laiit'week~s atles habvoebeen made i;S the prioes quoted below:- ' - ?'. Flourper ton ' .. £12. 15 0to £13 0. 0, •Potatoes,'do' . " 0 0`-',. 3"15 0 Bran, per bushel 0 0 0 '?:0. 1 0" SBharps, do' 00 0' '0-"0.".0 Pollard, do . 1 31 0. 1 3 Wheat, do 0 5 6 0. 5 81 Rye, do .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oats, do . 10 3 9 0 4 0 Barley, do. .. 6 6 ii 0 7 0 Maise, do .O 0 0 . .0 3 1 Bacon, per Ib' ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 lame, do 0 0? 0 0 0 0 hButter" . do 0; .... 0' 8 ? 0 0 10, Lard, do . 0 0 ,. 0 0 Cheese, do .. 0 0 0 0 71 Honey, do ... 00 0.... 0 0 0 Eggs, per dozen ".":. 0 0 0 0 0 '0.' Menssrs 3lCaw, Adad oni, and Co report for the week ending April 0, 1573. S. he market for breadstuffs not quite so firm as last week,', and prices- a shade easier,' our highest prices today being £13 for best brands of flour, and 1s 7?d for clean samples of northern wheat; for a clean atoiples of New Zealand seed we realised 7s ...

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 — 18 April 1873

* DR. BUcHA 's SAnSAPARILLA, i A Pleasing Summer Beverage and Spring Mledicine. Alterativo and Absorbent. Sold in quart bottles at 3a ld by all druggists and ptorekeepors.' Wholesale, FELTON; GRIM WADE, and 00, 3lelbourne. e ' ITHE MEXIOCAN HAIRt f R. ·.RENEWER. F New Discovery for the flair. . Very nicely perfumed H.lil-dreesing,'called Ta ME1XIoA2 nAIrn ENEWIE, ,ow being sld by most Chemists ant Perlumers throuchout he rountry at 4s Sit per bottle, is fast supersed ing all the old Restorers and Dyes tor the pur. pose of changing grey or white hair to its natural priginal colour, for it will positively restore the ti hair in* every case of greyness to its original d colour, without dyeing it, or leaving that dies. agreeable and offensive smell wtich most hair V preparations of the day do. cl This preparation has never been known to b fail In restoring the hair to its natural colour pad gloss in from eight to 12 days. It promotes S "growth and prevents the hair falling out, era.: ic...

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THE EASTER HOLIDAYS. THE VOLUNTEER ENCAMPMENT, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

THE EASTERI HOLIDAYS. THa VOLUNTEEn ENCAirMsEN , MELnDBOuNE. The morning of Easter Monday broko dull v and cheerless in town, but after a few lhours the fog and mist gradually cleared off, and the remainder of the day was fine andoool..Thoholi. day was observed with all the heartiness which characterises Victorians oun festive occasions. Blusiness was Wholly suspended, every shop. t being closed. The great attraction of the day was the sham fight at Brighton, where some thousands of persons flocked to view the ma nmuvrcs of the troops. These consisted of I upwards of two thousand men and officers, two hundred and' seventy-five horses, and thirty one big guns. Colonel Rtedo, the head of the volunteer force, was entrusted with the direc tion of affairs; His Excellency the Governor, t the Treasurer, and Major Pitt turned out at an early hour to witness the proceedings, and Sir Georgo Bowen stayed in camp'from Saturday forenoon until the close of Monday. The troops were early astir. The...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 April 1873

.Notice. I: the Undersigned, having disposed of the - North Eastern .Enign newspaper to.Messrs. C .OnaasA?dnr and Co., beg to thank the numerous friends and supporters of the jour inal for their uniform kindness during the past lveo years, and to request for my successors, a -continnance of their favour. In taking fare well of so many kind friends I should be un grateful if I were not to express the great -t pleasure I have often felt in working with them for the advancement of the district, and I trust and believe that my successors will strive to accomplish the same end. JNO. LISTON. March 16, 1873. We, the Undersigned, beg to state in rel feronce to the above that having purchased the North Eastern Enaign of Mr. Jonmr LIesror, we trust that the same cordial support which has been given to him will be accorded to us, and * beg to assure the subscribers to the newspaper that nothing shall be wanting on our part to merit a continuance of their favour. CHARLES JARMAN & Co. A ...

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

THE Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. . 1 FRIDAY, APRIL 18, i1873. Ta? 'Education of the People has beoon topio so long and ably discussed in all its bearings by the Clergy and Press of the Colony, that wo:can have very little to say.in addition to what has been so concisely and clearly stated previously. While heartily agreeing with the enacthent which makes strictly secular educa tion the only system whioih will be supported and paid for by the State, we should by no nieans, wish to see the moral and religious elements excluded from our public school rooms, outside'of the appointed state school hours. No community ever did, nor can ever be expected to, become a prosperous and res pected one, whether as a large nation or small colony,. who `either ignored or neglected the precepts of Christianity and morality.' The religion of any'and .all. denominations should be allowed to have representatives to teach in these publie' buildings the rudiments of their respective creeds to the ch...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLAND. LONDON, April 16. MAIL SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873

ENQLAND LONDON, April, 16. M"AIL SElVIOES.' The eTivsea in reviewing in a leadiug. article ' the" proceedinge? of the Australian Intercolonial Conferencue, expresses regret that the general question of postal comtmuoi. cation with Europe should. be injuriously affected. by ,the conflict'-of claims for final p'orts by the various capitals. If the possi. bility of Federation, says this journal, were remote, present interests required that theis several GovernmDont8 ~should units for the advancement of thb interests of the whole. group of Australasian colonies.' The Stan. dard writes depreciatingly. of rivalry between. th'e .Australasian colonies as. being misohie.. vous, end necessitating three postal routes.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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To the Editor of the North Eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873

To the Editor of the North Eastern Ensign. Srn,-After reading your leading article and the letter of "Play Fair," on the Major Hill leases, I think it due to you and your readers that I should furnish you as succinetly as pos sible with a statement of the facts of my con nection with the Major Hill. During Juno, 1866, I was inspecting the agricultural areae in the Benalla district, and reported to the Mining Department that the range at the back of the Benalla Station abounded.with iron ore and limestone. I seot shmples of each mineral to the department for the Intercolonial Exhibition, which were in. eluded in the catalogue, ride Nos. 243 and. 244.* As I was convinced that the discovery would some day be of great importance to the colony, I-availed myself of every opportunity which my position afforded me to give pub. licity to, the extent.and character of this mineral formation, and visited end again re ported on it in 1867 and 1868. I was ac companied on 'tlieso ocdasions by my b...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. LONDON, April 16. INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873

LONDON, April 16. -INTERNATIONAL. EXHIBITION, f Theo Internatiounal Exhibition was opouedi yestcrday. LATER TELEGRAM. - NDON, April 16." KHI VA. Di.sensions have :taken place in Klira, SThe Khan: has; executed: his chief adviser ?, J imprisoned hie unole. i1 ot her personages, and forwarded the Ri~sasian prisonerse to. Oronbueg.9 m1aL-~

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873

WANGARATTA. . (ERoM OUR OWN COaRBESPO.DENT.,) HoSPITAL MEETING.-The usual fort nightly meetiong of the committee of this institution was hold on Thursday at 'the Town HIll. The house committee reconm mended that additional bedsteads be at rnoc provided for the accommodation of patients;, which was adopted. Mr Tonoe reported that the hospital, fenong waiwcll progressing and would 'provo a good itructure. 'A sum of £274 17s 3d remained to. the credit of the institution, and the Governmentn subsidy, amounting to £250, would be duo in June next. Various accounts to the amount of about -:110 were passed for paymeot;and the meeting adjourned. POLICE CouaT.-The business at this court on Thursday was trifling. Two men named James and Perry were flned ise each for extra tippling. Thu case of C. Braith walto who was summoned for not complying with the order of the court to pay.20s per week for the maintenance of hisb wife was heard and in default of defendant not finding sureties he was order...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 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 monay due accompanies the order. Remittances may be made in postage slomps, or by P.O. order.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873

TO. CORRESPONDENTS. N'o communication toill under any circum atanesa be inserted unless authenticated by the real nanie and address of thL writer, not neces. "arily for publication, but as a guarantee of .god faith.

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 — 22 April 1873

Notice. I, the Undeorigned, having disposed oftbe North Eaitern .Ensign newspaper to Mesesrs. "Onaae:m JiMJau'and Co.,'beg to thanke the niumerous friends and supporters of the jour '.nal for their uniform kindness during the past Iva years, aid to fequest fo{ my ucceesore,.a continuanco of their.favour. In taking .fare well of so many kind frionds I shoeld bo un; Sgrateful if I were not to express' the .great :pleanure I have often felt in working with thlem for the advancemoeritf the distric?t ahd i.trist and believe "that my succoesors will strive to accomplish the some end. S. NO. LISTON. )March 15, 1873. "We, the Undersigned, beg to state in re forence to the above that having purehased the NortA Easelern nsign of Mr. Jonu Lsrtoi, we trust that the same cordial support which has :beei' giveo to him will be accorded to us, and beg to assure the subsoribers to the newspaper that nothing shall he wanting on our part to merit a continuance of their faiour. CHARLES JA?EMAN A &am...

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THE IRON MINE AT THE MAJOR. To the Editor of the North Eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873

THE IRON MINE AT THE MAJOR. 7o the Editor of the North Eastern Ens gn. Srn,-I have read the letter of "Play Fair" and your remarks in an article thereon, in the Ebargn of the 15th inst. with reference to the statements moade by Mr. John Whiteman, be. fore the warden, when the applications of Mr. Nicholas and myself wore boeng hoard. The contents of that letter I can certify are correct is overy particular; and I lcol dovamentary evidence which will prove that although Mr. fi ,Whiteman' wanted' to secure the ground 'in a dispute by lease, he was not agreeable to the p expenditure of money necessary for that'pur- b pose. I was led by him to' suppose that I 1 should have a share 'in the lease, but of the f search license I knew nothing, until circum- a stances came to. my. notice which showed'.that t Mr. Whiteman was endeavoring to. make a "cat's.pa'w" 'of me for his own purposes. F lence my applying for a lease of the same ground incmy own name, as I knew that lie t had not cdmplied w...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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SITTINGS OF COURTS. GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873

'. SITTINGS OF COUiHTS.' ' :' G OENERAL SESSIONS. ]Bechworlh-Wednesday, Septcmber 3. -' COUNTY COURTS. Beechworth-Monday, April 21. 'enalla-Saturday, August 2. . Wangaratta-Weduesday, Apsil 30., bMasfield-Wedneaday, October 15.;' Seymour-Saturdny, May 3. -C f l

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873

OORRESPONDENaE. We are not reoponsiblo for the opinions expressed by our Correspondentas; and while allowing themor every latitude for the discussion of publio and local subjects' interesting to' the community at large, we wish to impress upon themr that all personalities of a scurrilous nature will be strictly excluded.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE North Eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873

PublihAed on esdssje andeim Pr, dd '-. t7 -TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1873-. Tin Report of the. Local Governmeont Co . missioz-whichphas been published in the Melbourno papers, .though not dealing with so many subjects as we might have expected, is on' the whole a-very suggestive document. Aimiong the peoints which aro:not touched is the present mode in which the members of muni ciipal bodies are elected, but we may fairly presume that where no change is recommended the existing la? will be re-enacted in the now. bill without alteration. The whole question of local government will however.be brought before Parliument, and it is impossible to say in'what form the measure will ultimately be passed. The consolidation of the various local government acts in one comprehensive measure is urgently recommended by the Commission, but Mr. Prrizam,; who will commence to draft the bill as soon as he receives the necessary instructions from the Goveriment, will not'find this an:easy task. Various recomm...

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Commercial. BENALLA, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873

IJENAiLO, April * l.la., . A. RonaTsoxr' R osT : Pollurd do . . 0 to .ll 0 0 nazp do 008 o 0 9 Br-Octs; do . 0 3 ,.3 , , , b Onates; do prdw Do, good seed do ., .0 3 0 3 9 Butter, fresh; per lb 0 1 00 0 30 Do, potted, ,do . . 0 9 0 0 10 SBaooo ';primo d o -.0. 0 99 0 0 10 E.ggi,.per dozaen r ,;" 0 1 0 0 1 "3 Potatoes. (good) por cwt 0 6 0 0 7 U • G SA-'OiMG.+Sl E slopon?o:- Pooe oloui, per toa .. .11 10 0 to £19 0 0 ,.Wheat, per oeshb l .. ' 4' 0 4 .0 7 Oatibi' 'do .. 0', 000 0 3 ? Hir, ' do, . 0 00 88 '0 0 9 .Pollard,; .do ? ' 0 0 11 0 1 0 .ile`.'''tere 0xioa00=...0d::}Yiocrs ropedp :lh5eio:eold by suction 00 doturday laat;a oemoll lot of etbro .cattle, at fromn't' to'?4 10;` l . three draught .:bortot rotpeclivelyl at £15; £17 and £22 ?:och : also Lougwood tollbur quators gaite, &s, lot a 2.' um of £15.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873

. , ' ' ,- . -e SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER Bridge Street, Behnalla, ESTABLISHED 1853],' ,13ENALLA S TEAM:11 SAW. MILLS, HE above Saw Mills are now complete and in 'full working order . . All orders executed with .promtitude and dispatch. I J. C. SU .:i?t'E.R S, - - P R 0 . R.I E 'T 0 R., , - i.... ,M , ..L. AND , L S T O R 1;Proprietor. . THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN REM1EDIES, 'KRAMM'S VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS .AND THBE PILILS ENTIRELY VEGETABiE. cause no Pain or Sickness and are the finest combination of . VALUABLE MEDICINES over discovered for the he of:: , Biliousness; Costiveness, Indigestion, F1latulency, .Headache, and all First cleanse, ard then, as a splendid Tonic, rostors the body to . IIEALT, STRENGTH, an ENERGY.. TlI LVE R EQUAL IS NOT TO B E FOUND. Bost in use, charnsA away Old Sores of twenty years standing, Biurns, Scalds, Boils .Rheumatism, a'nd Skini Eriiptieln.I FOOREXCELLEECE UNRIVALLED. Pe. One Shilling per Box or "Pot, These Popular Medicines are the most efficacious Remedie...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873

STO ADYERTISERS Advertisementscannot 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 oharged- ac cordingly. - Quarterly advertisements will be continuously inserted unless a written order to stol. them is sent. ; .; -- : m ,, ...•-,,,=?, -==

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873

;iMELBOUILNE PRODITUOE MARKET. Mlessre Noyes and Reid. report for .the ireek o'dling April (0,. 1873: The Easter holidays Intervening sinc our last "have interfered with business transactions. 'The • market for breadstuflfs and feeding grains, how. Sever, is much the samee ns quoted in our lact report. Flour heat, silk dressed, .112 153 to i £13 per ton; wheatts 60 to 5s 8, per bustel ; oats m'illing and feed, 3s. 91 to 4; do goon feed, 3s 6d to 3a 8"1 pr bushel. .Sincolnst week dsaleshave been made at the prides quoted below: .t- Flour, per ton r....12"18. 1 0to £13 0 Oi Potatoes, do . 0o 0 0 315 0 B;Bran, per bushel .../ 0 0 0 0 0 0 Buaerps; `do 0. 0 0 0> 010 0. Pollard, .do -" 0 Wheat,s do ... ; 0 5 0 8 ++Rye, .. d 0 0 0 00.. . 0 Oatse, ,do. ." , 0.'3 9 .O 4 0' -arley, de 0 6 6i 0 7 0 A1laizeo, .e'., 0"" 0 3. 1 .Bacon, per lb 0 U._ 0 0?0 0 ''Hams, "do';" . '0 0: 0 0 .. Butter," do.. - 0 0 8 0 0 10 .,Lard, . do'. . ' 0..0 .0. 0 0 0 -Cheesei. :do. .. 0 0 0'0 00 7 .Honey,' do' , ...

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