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SITTINGS OF COURTS. GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

SITTINGS. OF COURLTS. OCNEDAL SESSIONS. Beeohwyorth Vednoaday, September q, COUNTY COIaTS. 7Blnolnn-Satuvday, August 2. - Wnugoartta-W1 duesday, Apuil 30. ' sflonield-Wcdueadny1.OLober 16. 8eymour,.Saturday, Mlay 3.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPAIN. April 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

SPAIN. April 22. The Ctarlists have. been further' defeated by the Government troops in Northern p8aiU. An 'outbreak has ocourred at Madrid. Seven battalions of old Monarchicalvolun. teere'occupied the Bull\ Ring adjoining the building in'whioh the Cortes meets. It wa, rumored that their'object was to overthrow the. Government, which had disarmed the volunteers nod the artillery on the proclama, tion of the Republic. The volunteers had decreed the dlesolution of the permanent committee ; on, the advance of the troops numbers refused to separate, but fled, and armed the populace. Tranquillity is now restored. r___

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Commercial. BENALLA, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

bA n ]~A.~ ROnn~arOr REOOBTO. 'ollr - do • . .0 1. 0 0 1 1 B3ran, do G 0;.8 D .0 9 Oats, r 0 '. . " 0 "o good sood do : 0 .3 .6 t 0 30' 9. .Butler frOesh, per lb 0 1 0'"r:0 3 :Do, potled, do .. . 0 9 0 '- - i0 0 10 Ba.cos prine do .0 0 9 0 010 'ggoo, perd9zen 010. 01 3 O Potatoes,(good) percw'0 6 0. .0 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER J : }Bridge Street,. Benalla, L , ; ESTABLISHED 1853], 13 NL LA STEM S AW M:LLS, • SE abov Saw Mills are now complete and in full working order. ' . .All' orders executed 'ith romptitude and dpatch :F " >'. -- C._ S` N --E , R ,S , , : . - : P R 0 P. R -I E ;T 0 REO. BE N ALLA E AND-A S T 0 RE. E Proprietor. THEf GREAT AUSTRALIAN REMEDIES. .KRAMI'S VEGETABLE' LIFE : PILLS ANDa } RLA&RG;E EM ANID P4iOVES PUBLICO.CONFIDENCE. ENTIRELY .VEGETA I LE. cause, o Pa a or Slokness,, and are the" fiost oibi ation of VALUTABLE MEDICINES over discovered for the cure of Biliousness; Costivn ess' Indigestion, 1 .i nbn adalchla : al I i : jOIt ? ; e. cr · . + n : i _. ' :h, .... . o First Cleoacso and the on aa 'aplondid Toniolreloeto the body to Ti l EIQRs ? A? ,l IS NOT O U B E ` 0? ND. Old.Boateet 'in use, charme away - . Old Sores of twenty years standing,,Buries, Scalds, Boils, Rheumatism, . ... .... . r and Skin Eruptiens ,... ' r, 1FOR EXCELLEECE UNRIVALLE...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

rý `. :,`MEI4B0U1:1NE P1oDjJIIAP MARKE1t: ±`?+ -'#Messrs Nayes5aed Reid Rcerepor1for thet week pading April 23 1873: The market fo breadistffs' is much the' samp as our last What 'saleable- at quotations, and 'n . 'fair deimand. O"sts are still sough' after at improved rates. Singe last week, sales have be n.made at the prices quoted below: Flour, per ton i 1' i 15? to £e13 s 'Potatoee, do-? ' 3''r 0 :..3 - 0: .Bran, per bushel .. O0 3 0 0 , 1 :Sharpd, do 0... 0..0. Q 0Oi 0 Pollard, do. ,.:.-" p,-.4 0o 1 31 Wheat, 'do ...:...'O:0 6 0 5 88,0 sRye,. , do 0 0' Ii 0 0 0 as; ? ':r do.. 0: 3./0 " 0 4 3' Barley, : do 0 . . o 0 6 J: MIaize, do 0.. . ''O3 0 0 3 ' Bacon.,per lb" ? 0 0 0 0\ : hams - do 0 " 0 . 0 0 0'0 Butter," do ...' 0" 0 9. 0 1 b:0; Lrdl?i do td... 0 o . : 0 . 0 to ,, "Oheese, do :.I " 0 0 . . 0 e L_ Hony, d '.'' 0 0..' 0 0 :' n Eggs, per doso?' .:r.1 ' o 0 '0 0 0 0. 0 t. Messr?'M aw,. Adamon,p aR od o .report for "the week coding April 23. 1673.. An actiredemand for broadst...

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MR. G. SHARPE REPORTS:— [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

:-;. M G. SBa a nA:R;. o , Flour, per to .. £11 10 0 to 12 0 0 Wheat, per uuihel ..; 0 4 - Q 4, 7 S do . 0 30 0 3'9. . ' mrnd, : .do' 'O 0 0' 0 .Po? l d, . . ; 0. 1. 0

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LONDON WOOL SALES. April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

LONDON WOOL BALES. April 24r The" London colonial wool smlee opened this evening. T helo total arrivals are upwards of 200,000. bales. Upwards of 0,600 bales wore offered. Port Phillip wools preponderated, bpt colonial sorie are fairly represented. The atteodance of both home and foreign buyers was large, and biddinge commenced with grat, spirit, but Qrices at close ranged about the satei as last series.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

Fenouillat, Decamp, and Benot, who had been found guilty and condemned to deqth for, murder and incendlaeisme durlng;:the Commune, were executed on tho 'morning of January 22nd, at hilf.past.7 o'clock. PFeno. uillat, at the place of xecoutiop, sqid nothipg. but Decamp a'outed out, " Idie aeassinated. Down with false witneesses. Down with law yers. ])owt withl Thiera" Benot Mid, "*L6ng live the Republio, Democratic and Social I. Long live the Commune I Long live the Army I" All three died instanta neously. No incident occurred, and but few. spectators were present. Ten other prisoners who had been condemooed to death have had their sentences commuted. . The Upper House in Sydnoey,by a majority of one, has negatived the address authorlaing the establishment of a Californian mail service.

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THE HOTEL AT SHEPPARTON. To the Editor of the North Eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

TI HE OTEL AT :SHEPrA~TON. To the Editor of thi North Eastern 'Ensign. Srn,.-May I bog..to call your attention to the illegal manner as regards accommodation in which the public house at Shepparton is conducted. Eight other selectors and myself called the lost :week after being in the bush sjoce daylight, with the expectation of getting a good feqd and a bed,' as,w all had plenty of money in our pockets, but judge of our surprise when we found we could get nothing to eat, and. only a shakeodown for two men, so that seven of us had to sleeopin an old hay shed in the township, withouit blankets, after our hard day's, travel in the ~ush.: There is no other place of accommodation in the township, and sorely the' policemian stationed there should interfere, if ho is not wholly under tho'tlumb of the squatter that owns the house, and see that the travolling public get some sort of aso commodation; and I hope, the superior officer qf this district will institute enquiries eabout this ,m?oe...

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FRANCE. April 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

FRANE,. April 22. The French indirect revenue for the first quarter a?ounte to 15,000,000 franca above the estimates. .._ . -

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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. GREAT BRITAIN, LONDON, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

DIRECT TELEGRAMS -gI T RO M. M [BY SunsrAniNE TELEGRAoH.] GREAT BRITAIN. LoNnor, April 21. An official inquiry has been. held by the Board of Trade into the' circumstances attend ing the loss of the steamship Atlantic, near Halifax, and in the verdict which bee been given, the supply of coals on board is held to have been dangerously insufficient, and the whole system of management glaringly defi cient. The captain's certificate has been suspended for a period of two years, and that of the fourth oeaier -or.three' months..- -=' A rule nit has been granted at the instance of Messrs Norwood, shipowners, calling upon Mr Plimsoll, M.P., to answer a criminal in. formation for libel arising out of the question having reference to the 'condition of the mercantile marine. The French Atlantis cable has been broken. Arrived: ."Mermerus, from Melbourne (sailed 7th January); Decapolis, "from Sydney. April 22. The heavy portion ofthe Australian (Feb. ruary) mail has arrived. 'Mr Fawcett's bill: ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LECTURE ON THE BIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

Lnrnao air iOE Bqnc--Froni an adver tisement in another column it will be soon that the Bishop of Melbpurno will deliver a lecture: at thelteohabite' IEall, Jienalla, i.to morrow evening on the .ible, 'ta ievidonces and charoateristics. TceenirrnD o DELAYS.-We lave lately heard aeny reinarks on the o'holiyery of -telegramso belng ueduly delayed;, s the recipients thought, behond a reasonpble time; anod upon inquiry at the postofice, 'wo, are In.. formed that such delays are unavoidable, as telegrams frequently. arrive just after ir. Piper.has ltarted on a long round of delivery, and when he returns tloere have been mngils to make up, post-offce order sheets to fill in, nd "eandry qther matters to attend to, which'havo made it quite impossible to deliver them earlier. In 'fact, from what we gan learn, there is quite sufliedent for two to properly attend to thq duties inside the office, without no behing appointed to deliver telegrams, I empty the branchbox, &c., which could h...

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THE North Eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

L .' ·t·:i THE: Piblished on Tuesdays and Fridsays. ': TUESDAY, APRIL' 29, 1873..., Tao Importance of having go rads in any country cannot bh ov er.estimated, and more esp'cially in a young country asat advisable tppop ?Up its neans ,of ncoommunreation as spee'dily ?is .pos blo'g th 9 v.. ~ to -' tlemient;:but in somo,pacrt ofVictoria it must be ponfessed that this; ossential conditiol 'of a country's prosperity has bcon much over looked. This- shortcoming ~hias been due in a great measuro td defects in the osystei of government whioh: hasboen established lioere. When the. general government gave' up the responsibilitylof attonding;to local anairs, aqd transferred it to bodies specially appointed for that purpose,' they did .not, endow them with sufficient revenue to carr, out the important, workof road. ?kiing, saqd 'honce we find that the roads generally in the colony are in. so bad a state as to be almost impassable. Had; the g0verp?lent oren coptinued to make and main. tain the ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

CORRESPONDENCE. We are not responsible for the opinions expressed oy our: Correspondents; and while allowing them'oevery lstttudo for the discussion of public and local subjects interesting to, the community at-large, we wish to impress uponithem that all personalities of a scurrilous nature will bh strictly excluded. -

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MAJOR PLAINS. April 28th, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

MALJOR PLAINS. S (oaoA A ??OTEsaoNDc2T.) .pril 28th, 1873. The rain so long hoped for has at length come to quiet the fears of the faimners in this large agricultural district, and they are now all busy with the plough. Sowing was commenced on f Monday last by Mr. John Walker, who is the first I have heard of this season to begin the s work. The 'scarcity of good draught horses is s greatly felt hereo hy those who have not been long enough in the locality to rear them for themseoolves. A good and ready market could be found here at this time for dome of the right r stamp. Large selections of land are being made by new comers in every available spot between the Broken" River'and thoe urray, and where there' is some splendid land still open! for those who choose to select it. The farmers of this district were invited the other day to a public trial of Fowler's double r furrow plough by Mr. J. W. Coghill; the local agent; the choice of ground was left to the farmers, and they fixed upo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

ELQ RLi NE THE LIQUID,DENTRIFICE.' LspFLORILINE Siweet asdthe Ambrosial air, , 'With its perfume rich'and rare " " SSweet a?eviolets abt'themoro;' " .. Whlhtitho'emerald nooks adorn Sweet as rosebude'bursting forthl' * From the'richly laden earth, "Iesthe FAmonanT' FLOarLNErrrs The tetlh'i niakes aipearly whits,. So pure' and lovely to the eight;. t rhe gums assume a rosy hue, The breath'ii sweet aeviolets blue; W. Vhilst scented as the flowers of.May Which cast their sweetness from'eaoh spray' Is the FnaaASe,FOon4als . ' Sure some fairy with its hand Cast round its mystic wand, And produced from fairy's bower Scented perfumes from each flowse - For-in this liquid gem Ns trace- All that' cha'nauty add and grace-- Such is tre FnQ .'AoatrOnitn.,,c. E ad'"This' ' From the Weekly Times, 86tli t' arcb, 1871 :--"Thereoare'so many roilota aticles which obtain all their celbrity from being con. ptantly and extensively advertised, that it makes it necessary when ainything new and good is in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

IMPOUNDINGS. 'i ' O"'}:: 0N OOD Impoundod at ·fbngwoed, 7th Spay mare, draught,. " near shoulder', .Orey draught aores WH ? ear i'shoulder (writing Dark'; hay' draugh,, t bhre, AB condjoined near "'shoulder, emaitllPlutp booied'off'shouldor '. ,Brown mare, U near back Dark hobenut roan draught horse, A' off 'shoulder Grey horse, writing :4near rump ' Day mare, whiled t?on oiad lfee GAB near shoulo der, blotch off shoulder 'bob said ol 7th May..-' +' SANARATBA-I1iAi pioeidedat W\Vgaratti, 11th April: BRnn and white stng, like worker, BT nea onshoul 'doier off thigh 'over W ?i ' i" ted sided'pooy. heifer, white book nod tail, three white loegs, D near, ribsllke blotched near rump " SOn 12th April. Day mare, oaripe nud snip, collir marked, blnd feet whlite, W3 off shoulder (square topped 3) SBayamaro,! star, .saddle marked, oft hend foot white, R near shoulder Day .mare, saddle marked, like To'I over i near shoulder (the Tr conjoined), Off shoulder - liko triangle over BX ' placlk more...

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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. The French Transport Ship L'Orno soiled .from Hobson'sa Bay;for New OCaledonia oc, 'Wednesday last. It has been found that. the Government had no power" to arrest the pri ,eoner who escaped'." In 'faot the' politicel .refugees of,foreign 'bcontries have alwaiys been free.on English soil extraditiin trea. .ties bavoi never beetin applied to any but per. .sons charged with crimirial offenies, and it would have. been mlsll: to be regretted, if .ithe wholesome rule which ,has alwavys been. followed in England.had been departed'from "in this instance. The Bordei:Customs Bill has passed .through , all ite:;stages in- the Sydney :,Assembly... At a meeting of a committee hold in Mel rbourne on Wednesday last, to consider some details connected with an annual collection to be made at- all the ohurches. on behalf of thb Charitable Institutions, .it was resolved that "Heospill Sunday" should' be the last Sunday' in September. The aniounts are to be distributed in proportion...

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RIOTS AT FRANKFORT. April 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 April 1873

SRI0 S AT FRANKFORT. April 22. Terrible riote have occurred at Frankfort on-Main, inoconeequence of an increase in the price of beer. Sixteen breweries were sacked by the mob, aond the troops were culled out. They fired upon the people. killed twelve, and wounded thirty-seven. A. hundred and twenty errests were made.

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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. LONDON, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873

I-"-- ----* 'mUECT? ;.TELEGRAMS. -,[BY So uinnnI .'ELEGGAPII, S .Lownoz, April 26. The piiopoeoe 'of the p'ro?osod 'Anglo*Austra, lion Steam'Line for a servlce via the Cape have beau damaged'by an adverse correspondecoe pub. lished ii the 2thes. ;..ce The Houls of Oommons has voted the reduced duties on0 ugar. A freshliiqutry into the loss of the steamship Atlantic has been ordered, to be held at Liverpool, at the requdcst of the ownors. . " ri 28. The' Enj erorr of Gormaoiny has been received with extraoidiuairy honorus at St Petersburg, on the occaslon of hls visit to the Czar. .. The Dutch are acting energetically in order to utrengthoi their noaval and military forces in Java; The Governmeut "are despatching 14 steamsers With.groat quuntitice of war material. , n d c?,, of... w" n "" April 20. Prince Blemasii?elt d.Goitseciakbf,the leading dlplomeatist.ef Germany 'and" Russela have had T-ao i etrvlow0'at'll Ptoerekurg " L - The Australian Custonis Duties Bill has'passed. through...

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