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SHIPPING. Arrived—Sebraon. HOW DEEP TO SET MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873
SHIPPING. SArrived-Sobraon. HOW DEEP-TO SET MILK. At a mooting of the Western New York Butter-maker's Association, May 18th, the. question .ofthe proper depth. of milkwas discussed. Mir D. A A. Nichols read an essay, in which he maintained that in the absence of full and satisfactory experiments,, the most profitable depth seemed to be from' two nod a-half to four inches. 0. (. Blod. gett held that milk should be cooled what. ever the depth ofsetting, and that water is. the most available agent. The question is. how shall, we cool and keep cool our milk su. that all the creasn can rise before the milk. 'sours?: Mr Thomas J. Dye, of Stockton, has a dry cellar buck of his dairy, house, an?d all the air admitted into'his milk room is, passed through this cellar,. so that it is cooled down to .00 degress or below, betore. it is admitted. *'Ho'ean keep' his milk twoc days before it sours. Mr'Blodgett thought that a system of pipes or'tiles could bO arranged underground outside of the mil...
PIGEON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873
PIEcox Clr. .--.Tho' Pigeon Club at WVn ogratta intends holding a match shortly on the I cricket ground.. The trophy tobo shot for is t a cup, and it is intimated' that all"thoe mm- t bors will shoot from the same spot. "'PIbsooa MITorr.-= A, privately . arranged 3 pigeon match took placo on the Wangaratta cricket ground, on Wednesday last, between I Messrs. W. Shields, A. Bowld, and G. Powell, i for a sweepstake of £5. each, at thre 'birds at a 25. yards rise.: Thoe 'ores are' as follows, and show a victory for' Mr. Blowld:-A. Bowld, 2; G. Powell, 2; W. Shields, 0. In 1 shooting off Mr. Powell missed his first bird, and Mr.'Bowld killed his and was declared the winner. Mr. 3. Norton acted as umpire;. Mr. 3 R. Dunlop as. scorer; and Mr. Patterson as trapper. r BALL.-The; anniversary ball and supper in I aid of the funds of the Eurdlo Creek School . was held on Friday last, and proved a success. t A large numberof visitors came in from the 1 sdrrounding district, and for a place so f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873
.F1LORJILJE. THE LIQUID DENTRIFICE. FLORILINE Sweet as the Ambrosial air, WVith its perfume rich and rare;', Sweet as violets at the more. Which the emerald nooks adorn Sweet as rosebuds bursting forth From the richly laden earth, Is the FatRanNaT FLoRILnE. The teeth it makes a pearly white, So pure and lovely to the eight; The gums assume a rosy hue, ,The breath is sweet as violets blue ; Whilst sedated as the flowers of May, 'hich east their sweetness from each spray, Is the FnoasAsT FonRILIn. Sure some fairy with its hand Oast round its mystic wand, And produced from fairy's bower Scented perfumes from each flows. .or in this liquid gem no trace All that can beauty add and grace- Such is thee FnoisrNT FeLsloRn . eoad This gi~" From the Weekly Times, 26th March,1871 :--"There are so many toilet articles which obtain all their celebrity from being con. stantly and extensively advertised, that it makes it necessary when anything new and. good is in: troduoed to tbo ipublic that spec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873
. AD MINST R EL TRO U P E', 1" ' AT T1117 .J,.:-?Rechabtte Hall, Thurday & Friday, April 24 & 25, SBIAINFOD, KELLY, & LA FEUILLADE'S - SJ - NST'AREL.S, From St Georgo'a aIInl, Melliourno, said St James's Hall, Sandhurst. - ' NEW. SONGS, NEW DANCES' : OLD FACES . . NEW FARCES. )oore Open at 7.30; to Commonce at 8 Sharp. Fro nt' seit,;3 SScond, 2s ,lack, le"., J Mfonday, 5th May B 0 iKc ROTEL-:. 320 AOREB LAND. . Household Furniture. HOUSE 'LET AS POLICE CAMP. . : - 450 sHnEr, coWS, &c., &0. . , A ,To le, Sold without Reserve. SI.H. KELSON J S favored with instructions from Mr Walkert toD Sell by Auction on the premises, situated on.tbo.Broken.ltiver, 15 miles Irom Mansfield, on the Benalla road on the above date the fol. lowing desirableo - ,HOTEL AND FA RM, 350 Acres Land, well fenced, situate on the Bioken River, past, freehold and pare eelected, on which is erected a" handsome D and substantial.Brick Hotel and Stables; als. o a cottainge;Sab...
BEECHWORTH CIRCUIT COURT. Thursday, April 17. (Before Mr. Justice Williams.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873
BEECHWORTH CIRCUIT COURT. Thursday, April 17. (Before Mr. Justice Williams.) Mr. C. A. Smyth conducted the prosecutions on be- half of the Crown. The prisoners on being arraigned all pleaded not guilty except Patrick Murphy, who had been indicted for cattle stealing. Thomas Williams, 17, and James Kelly, 14, were in- dicted for stealing two heifers, the property of George Chandler, of Winton. The prisoners were undefended by counsel. The evidence of the prosecutor and several witnesses was conclusive of their guilt, and a verdict to that effect was returned, with a recommendation to mercy on account of their youth. The same prisoners were also found guilty of stealing two steers, the pro- perty of James Cook, of Winton, and were sentenced to five years imprisonment each. &nbsp; Henry Thompson, charged with stealing a watch and chain from the person of Henry Dobson, at Benalla, in August last, was found guilty and sentenced to one month's imprisonment. William Ashton, on a ch...
EUROA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 22 April 1873
EUROA. &nbsp; (FROM A CORRESPOSDENT.) It is a general opinion that the opening of a trunk line of railway injures for a time &nbsp; the small townships through which it passes. They may recover, it is true, but whether, they do or not, the advantages of railway com- &nbsp; munication to the community at large cannot &nbsp; be overrated, and if a few classes are injured, &nbsp; they must turn their attention to something &nbsp; else. For twelve or fifteen months Euroa was a lively little township. The large number of people employed on the railway works gave an &nbsp; impetus to trade, which had not been felt for &nbsp; many years. The waggons were more nume- rous in consequence of more merchandise being required, and the consumption of XXX was something enormous. Now the scene is &nbsp; changed; no waggons are to be seen, no coaches, and the tollkeeper must realise Mr. Weller's idea of the misery of keeping a " ...
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 April 1873
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. On the evening of the Rlst inst in the Sydney Assembly an address to his Excel. lency the Governor was adopted by a large majority authorising the Ministry to enter into a Californian mail contract. MiV Winch's stud wa's sold in Sydney on: blonday last. Lsup Garou fetched .105 guineas, Julian Avenel 105 guineas, Endea. vor, 105 guineas, and Pretender 57 guineas. The German Emigrant ship Alardus Ihas been placed in quarantine. The Border duties question still remains unsettled. There is adifferenoe now between the Governments of Victoria and New South Wales with respect to the charges for inspec. tion of stock before they can enter Victoria. On the oqe hand the Colonial Secretary of Now South Wales contends that the proposal to charge inspectinn or other fees on live stock is inconsistent with the original agree. ment, and on the other hand -Mr Francis say4 that these fees cannot be remitted. - There has been tt complete exposure of the humbug of spiritualism at C...
CHURCH FUNDS. To the Editor of the North Eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 April 1873
CU. ROCH FUNDS. To tho Editor oftLhk Norh Eaalster Ensign. ;'ia,.-As8 large sums of money have at various times been raised in aid of the Pro. teatant Churoh at Majori: Plains, I think the committee ought to let the public know how they haoe been expended. : I have also heard that they have got no deeds for the ground on which the church is built. If this be true, I think they are liable to the public for the money which has been expended. Perhaps their hon: secretary, who, it seems, rules the committee, will answer this, and oblige a SUBSCRIBER TO T]IE FUITD. Major rluin,, April 23.
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 22. (Before Mr J. Alley, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 April 1873
BENALLA POLICE COURT. S '. Tuesday, April 2. . (Before Mr J. Alley, P..M.) David Munaays,,who was charged with dfiunk. euness and disorderly conduct pleaded guilty and was fiooed O. Frederick' W. Hoysted was summoned for using abusive language, with intent to provoke a breach fIthe peace. AIr M'Donnell appeared for the defendant. Con table Day deposed-On the 28th of last month defendant was riding through the town using bad languegeand miscnodueting himself. On winess attempting to arrest him he ueld very bhad lanouste, The defence was that defendant was drut k and did not know what he was doing, tine on 4,s waso Imoned. S11rcry It*yuoble was summoned for assaulting obolr Rtnaom, ir Al'Donnell fcr complainant. Robert Ransom, publicin, at Glenrowen, de. I posed that the defendant dad a store adjoining his premises. On the 7thl April witness went to him to talk about supplying milk, when dofen dant rushed at him and assaulted him, tearing hise shirt off his back. John 0. Summers, mill...
BENALLA LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 April 1873
BENALLA. LAND BOARD. This Board sat yesterday morning at the District Survey Office, Mr. Thomas Nixon, the officer in charge, presiding. There was a very large attendance of those anxious to'take up land in this distriot, many of them coming a long distance. Seventy.five applications were on the list, out'of which 44 were finally passed for recccommndation ; and seven recommended subject to reservations for roads. The following applications were also recommended, subject to the provisions named: Bridget Bourko and Daniel Hanlon, fence to be removed within u month. Robert Ash was recommended for 120 aeres, and Edward Ash for 227. N. KNrwton and J. Rogers, subject to conditions demanded by Mr. Fraser, the pastora. tenant. R. Mitchell and W.Baird, ubijectto withdrawal of oexmption. That of W. lallantyne was referred to the Board of Land and Works. James Donner wasrocom mended for 40 acres, pending forfeiture of the remaining 20 applied for. Thos. Farquahar, postponed pending survey. Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 April 1873
PLOR ILINE. THE LIQUID DENTRLFICE. FLORITINE Sweet as the Ambrosial air, S:WVith itp perfume rich and rare; Be et.as violets at the more, "Which the emerald nooks udorn Sweet as ropebuds bursting forth From the richly laden earth, Is tbh F?AasoNT Fiolstin. The teeth it makes a pearly white, So pure and lovely to the sight; IThe guls assume a rosy hue, -The breath is sweet as violets blue ; Whilst scented as the flowers of IMay, hioch cast their sweetness from eanoh sprqy, "'lethe FaGoan T FLonRi?.r. 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 we trace- All that cain beauty add and grnoe--. Such is the FEnAcAt TP FonLINl. Read This tom' From the Jl'eeLly Timrg, 2ith Nlarch,1871 :--0 There are so many toilet at ticles y?vich obtain all their celebrity from being con ptantly and extensively advertised, that it makes it necessary when anything new and good is in iroduoed to the public ...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 April 1873
IENALLA SHIRIE COUNCIL. A. Special Meeting of this body was held on Wednesday aftprnoon last at two o'clock, for the purpose of considering certain matters that had been deferred to it. The members present wereo r. G. Sharpe, (the President) and Crs. Blackburne, Clailko, M'Keo,'Rynn, Iloskin, Shortell, and Guppy. The first business gone into was a letter which had.been received from Joseph Black. burne, the clerk of works appointed by the council at the bridge 'at Evans'. Creek.,. The letter reported that Mr, Grant, the contractor for the bridge, was'not carrying out the work in accordance with his contract agreement, and alleging-(l) that the. piles are only'12 feet long instead of 16 as specified; (2) that the iron shoes iere improperly made-;(3) that the pile driving'machine had been shifted from one pile to another without' his sanction, nad one pilt was used which he had condemned; (4) that the beams were not of the proper quality; and (5) that the contractor refused to reoogni...
THE North Eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 April 1873
THE P- blisahd on Tuesdays and Pridoaye, FRIDAY,' 'ARIL '25; 1873. TERv one-,?ill"admit ithat economy id the administration of justice ought to be ons of the, r aims of a-. Government,! but we cannot. help being more and more impressed every day with the foot thot under our p?oesent cir. cumatances a' more eapensive system of dealing with prisoners could scarcely bd deis.d' than that which' prevails in 'this 'distriot.' Some years ago, whoen Beechworl was a flourishing gold field and a large centre of population, the Government establishments were built there, bit 'times have changed since then, and we now find seveial iiiporbitat towns in this part of thlecoointry; somee of which. can jhstly, do minan tlat'courts of higher jurisdiction than the Court of Potty Sessions or the" County court .shall b oestablished ins thsei The growth' of the' district. seeias'also to requiro that'another gaol should be built in it besides that Which is to be found in Be'ehworth. Prisoeiera who are. se...
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL. LONDON, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 April 1873
*MONETARY AND 00COM? EROIAL. LONoor, April 19, - Money is in moderate demand. Discount 4 per cent. The bank return is unfavorable, and an, advance in the rate' of discount is expected. SStocks are steady. The following alters. tions in prices have taken place :-Victorian Fives,January and July, 10) ; New South Wales Fives, 1001 ; South Australian SixeF, short, 1101; United Bank, £43. Petroleum .and other oils remain un changed. Tin ore is in, good demand ; Straits £143. Wallaroo copper, £05. Wheat is. steady.; 277 cargoes are ,now afloat. I.Adolaide,- now ensroute, har-beensol4 'at from 600s to:ip3. 'per 41961b, the cost of" freight, insurance, and bags ineluded.: The present value 'is from Osl to63s ; Califor. nian. 1 1s Od per eotal ex quay. Arrived-A&ameicnon, from Mielbourne (sailed 10th January) ; .Oossack, H. MS., from Melbourne ;. Suffolk, fromt Melbourue,. 28th December.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 April 1873
.Notice, I, the Undersigned, having disposed of the North Eastern Brasign newspaper to Messrs Ca?s LEs JaMaac and Co., beg to thank the numerous frinods a.n4 upporterpof the jour-" eal for their uniform kindness dyring the past vye years, and to request for my successors, a continuane 'of their favour. In taking, fare well of so many kind friends I should be un gratpful'if't warn noW'fto express the great pleasure I have often felt inr working with them for the advancement of the, distriot, and I trustand lbelieve::that rmy succeasors will strive to a'?ceoplish the same end. , 3NO. LISTON. March .15, 1873. :We, the Undersigned, beg to state in r?: f?rence to the above that having purchased the SN'orth Easterp Ensign of 3Mr. Jonx LIseoN, we trust that the same cordial support which has beep giVin to him will be accorded to us, and bog to, assure the subscribers to the newdpaper that qothing shall be wanting on our part to Inerit a continuance of tlheir favour. CHARiLES JAI~MAN &a...
MR. WAKENSHAW'S COMPLAINT. To the Editor of the North Eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 April 1873
?a. WAKENSHAW'S COMPLAINT. To the Editor of the North Eastern Enidgn. Sra,-I observe that Mr. Adam Weakenshaw has been complaining to the Benalla Shire Comocil of a Mr. Todd obstructing a lane and damaging a bridge. Now, the facts are these. Before Mr. Todd bought his farm the occupier of some land adjoining cut a drain and, turned some water from its natural course on to it. Mr. Todd had in his turn to out a' drain, and he did so at considerable expense, taking it across the lane between the two farms, and furthermore Mr. Todd last winter with the assistance of some neighbours put a good bridge over this drain. About three' weekes ago some disdontented persons burned a quantity of stacks which Mr. Todd had noar the bridge, and took some of the saplings of the bridge to feed the flames. A gap was thus made in the bridge, and on Mr. Todd re. pairingit the'muoh.wronged Mr. Wak?nshaw wrote to the Council complaining that he had damaged it.. For my part I should like to know who soet th...
GREAT BRITAIN. LONDON, April 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 April 1873
a LONDON, April 19. Sir James and Lady Ferguson left l1y the' mail, vid Brindisi, yesterday, for Melbourne. Mr Chevalier, the artist, eccompanioes theo Prince of Wales to Vienna. ' T;he prospectus has been issued of the Anglo-Australian: Steam Navijaiion Com pany. for a service vid the Cape of Good Hope. The capital is £1,250,000. Six esteamers of large tonnage are to be employed to perform the voyage to Melbourne in 42 days. The managers are, Messrs Gibbs, Bright, and Co., of Liverpool aind London, and the board of.. directors is an influential one, including Sir Daniel Go6cb, and Moesare Dillwyn, Gilpin, Brasseey, and Charles Reed. ,The steamer Great Britain is to be takeu at a valuation for paid "up shares. The Great Australian Gold Mining Co?r pany, with a capital of,£200,000, is au nounoed.