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TERRIBLE STORY FROM THE FAR WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
TERRIBLE STORY FROMI. TIIE FARI WES'lT. (FIttO? T.?WI KANSAS CITY TI.MES.) There transpired in,West.Kansas city re. .cently ione .of those .nnd.domesic .tragedies. whiich at times thrill and shock a community as much with surprise as horror--surprise that such misery, and neglect could exist in a civilised communiasty, horror at the neglect and heartlessness of a community which could quietly look upon and-not relieve such suffering. There resided in a cold, rough plank shanty near the. State Line House. until yesterday morning, when death claimed his owu, a family of English people. This. family consisted of William Bearrloll and his young wife and child, Beardoll is now a maniace. His wife lies ati unshrouded. corpse, with her child upon her breast. Tthis young couple were raised at the his.. ,torical Nowstead Abbey, Nottingham, Eng. land. Brardoll was a young. and lusty peasant, a tenant of Lord Middleton, as his father and grandfather and ancestors had been for generations befor...
NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY. To the Editor of the North Eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
NORTII EASTERIN RAILWAY. To thlr Editor of the North Easterna .AEsgln. See,--In the .4ge of Saturday, 29th March, an article appeared,. headed North-Eastern 'Railway, giving an account of the progress made to data ill the construction of the line; it also gave full particulars of the difficulties encountered in sinking the cylinders in the Goulburn'Valloy, and introduedM.'sr Cuandy. as the great genius who overcame those diffi culties by introducing the system of sinking by diving. Now Sir, this is contrary to facts. Some of the largest and most difficult of the cylinders in the Goulburn River were sunk by me, with the aid of the diving dress, bofore Mr. Cundy- arrived at the place; and indeed when he took charge, the sinking by divers was discontinued in the smaller cylinders. The pumps were removed from the celebrated shaft you refer to and put into the cylinders, and :tho. pumping continued until the depart. mont put a stop to it, and loft the contractors no alternative but to si...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
CORRESPONDENCE. We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by. opr Correspondents; and while allowing them every latitude for the discussion of public and local subjects interesting to the community at large, we wish to impress upon them that all personalities of a scurrilops nature will be strictly excluded.
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
S MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. Some unfortunate vesoels have arrived - lately in liobson's Bay; among others we maymenticn aFrench ship ctimod the Oharles Auguest, which arrived a Few days ago' from the Mauritius. Eight ofhor crte, have, we learn, been taken to the Hospital suffering from fever. A strange accident happened in Sydney a few nights ago; the bedding around a corpse which was lying in a house in Little George Street caught lire, and the cofin in which it had been laid' was burned and the body charred. "L bd The .dJ?illtld lforourc says a case of eattle. poisoning has occurred near .Pine Ridge, Liverpool Plains. A corterpnip dent'writesabi follows, dated Scone, 10th April :-, r IV. Nowliand passed through here to-day. Heo inforine us that he had 52. head of bullocks poisoned by eating some herb on Liverpoob Plains, near'the Pine Ridge." Perhaps .it would be as well.to.eeation drovers.. Thi L plant grows :with leaves spreadiog' 'on.t n y.l..'ed,.throwing up.' alonesa?m.n Zwith'? h ...
IRON MINE AT THE MAJOR. To the Editor of the North Eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
IRON MINE AT THE MAJOR. To tho Editor of the North Eastern Enaign. Srn,--During the ploughing and sowing seasons we farmers have not much time to spare for the uso of the quill, and as a general rule e fist attend to duty and after that seek pleasure. Whilst confessing myself a cosmo politan, I cannot help admitting tile special interest I fool in Victoria, for whatever may affect the commercial interests of this growing colony I take pleasuoe in. You will therefore see that I look not with indifference upon the development of the iron ore reef at the Major Hill. The reef is certainly a good thing, or will be if properly used, and though I am not a Majorito I can understand this-if the reef is properly developed theor will be ar increase of population in the locality, and consequently an increase in the consuniption of grain, and by this I shall be benofitted. But who is the rightful owner of the reef? The claims are coanflicting, andi apparently prrtiality will help to turn the sca...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before Sthe timeo. expires for which they have been ordered. In cases whore the number of inser tions is not specified the advertisements will be. i:nser'td till -ountermanded, and charged ae ,ordiugly. Quarterly advertisements will.bo continuously inserted unless a written order to stop them is sent. '--m ar- *
BENALLA RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
SnsALLA lAtwAY STATIOn..-Spmo six weelks ago O letter was seont y the Blenalla Shiro Council to the Commissioner tlRailways,' asking that Carriera street might be loft open, and extended naross the line. The reply which was received a few days ago was to the effect that a crossing could not be made at that point, unless the railway 'sation , was placed elsewhere, and the Government was willing to build it on the south side of the river, if the Council desired it. The Council have of course agreed to lavo:thoe station ohero it is, and give np teho.cromsing. Lteiserxo )IEE?Irs,--Thd'next quarterly meeting of the licensing justices of the district of Bonallis'will be, hold at the Courthouse, Benalls, at 11 o'clock on Tuesday morning, the 10th June next, and t)nt of the licensing magistrates for the district of Viplet Town at the Courthouse, Violet Town, at 11 o'clopk on Wednes. day morning, the 11th Juno next. PE.nALLt PoLtcO CounT.-OcI Tuesday. last, beforo Messrs. Sharpo and Robertso...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
Notice. 1 tho Vidersigned; haning dispoied of the Zorth.'eqter .dna.gin newospaper to Messrs. OCuaeras Jna4xu anid Co., beg to think the numerous friondd and supporters of the jour nal for th~ c i uniform kindness during 'tho poas y?e years,o and to request for my successors, a o:itinuahnce of:their favour.. In taking faro well of so many kind friends I should he un gratefol, ifl wye.. not, to express thoe great pleasureI have often felt ?in working .with, them for the advanpmeont of the district, and I trust andibelieve .that .my :successors will strive to accomplish the qamo end. INO. LISTON. dlrclfh 15? 1873. We, the Undersigned, beg, to, state in re ference to the above that having purchased the Northi Easlerin,enseign of f . Jopn LeaoN, we trust that the same cqrdial support which has" been given to him will be acecorded to us, and beg to assure the subscribers to the newspaper that nothing shall be wanting on q)r part to S?erit is continuance of their favour. CHA}RLES JARUAN. ...
WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
IVAN UAitA2TA. SNow DnorPnIo.-Wangaratta is by no means ill-provided with police protection during the dark hours of night, tosay nothing of the " bull's eye" of the watchman which flashes into the face of the belated pedestrian at every corner; but the vigilance seems well-needed, as in spite of all precaution con tinual complaints are being heard against netty pilferser whose vocation is followed in the darkness. A few nights since a poor widow, whose livelihood is hard earned at the wash-tub, had her clothei'line stripped of a number of articles left out for bleaching pur noses, among the stolen goods being some" of the well-known " white ducks'' of the local police force. "Co' OKET CLnUB.-'flit very commodious navilion erected on the Wangaratta Cricket Ground seems likely not alone to be a useful and ornamental addition'to the town build iags, but to have been carried to completion with an energy which'should win to the club some applause. The match committee met on'Friday lost ...
Commercial. BENALLA, May 1. MR A. ROBBERTSON REPORTS: [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
" ? qioiuin Ur CT t1 oeniLL, a.MayI. Mn . /t. IoneREO n REPoRTS jIour,parton AlL 0 uto.J12 0 0 Wheat, por bushel u 4 6 4 8 Pollard do 01.0 0.,- 1 bran, do 0 0 8" u"'0 9 paOte.. do 0 3 6 0 3 90 Do, good'caao do 0 3 0 0 3 09 Butter, fresh per lb 0 1 0. 0 1 3 Do, potted"'. do: 0 0 ; 10 aacono prime do 0 0:0 0 010 PEgga, per dozen .: _0' 10 10 0K 3 Pg~.tko~e,80ool) per ewt 0,-0 0; ,0 7 i)
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
'MELBOURNKlE' PROUpUoE MARKET.. : ossiri'Noyo Lad Rid repoet fo.r -tawsmk 'endinig April 30, 1873: There has been. a decided' upard tqndency during the past'week in t- e prices botll of bread ptuff -and feeding grain. Prime samples of nilling wheat bayo been quitted up to 60 11d per bushel, and for seed purppsos hibir rates have been givoe. t-Balting ian Cape barley can be moved off a quotattons. Maiza advancing in value, . Since last weekl ales haye been made at thu prices quotedgel : Blou, p.rtpn. ... £13 10 0 to £14 0 0 -Potatoes, do ... ' - .3. 0 3 ? I3 -o Bran, per bushel 011 .0 3 Sharps, do,. *0 0 . 0 Pollairad *do- 0. 1 2 I! ". *WhFeat, do .. 5 8 '0 611 Rye, do ) " O 0O 0 Oats8 o ..* : . -O :"8 0' 46 6 Barley, do 'L.;.. P a- 0 '0 6 6 Meamo, do . 01 i0 0 3 6 Bacon,-per'lb 9lh ý it 0 0 0 Bam,. do, - 0-_ 0 0 1 0. 0 Hatter, do . 0 8 0' 1 2 Lard do 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Eggs per dozen ... O 0 00 3Meo'ro MaiI ,'CBa dma,am and Co report for thae week ending.April 23, 1S73. An active demand ...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
'BENALL& SHIRE COUNCIL. 'Tho ordinary meeting of tkis Council was leld'on Wednpaday last. Members presoit Thlo.President .(or. Goo. Sharpo) and Crs. Ioekin, Blaekburno, Clarke, Ryan, M'Kee, Shortell, npd Guppy. r COaRRESPONDENCE. From the Regi trar-·onerala .office, uac knovwledgiog return of agricultural statistics, but stating that they copld not be pcceeeptpd,:?q they had not beeo sent in titre, nor verified by the signature of thd. holder, and as the number of holdings was 'below the right ,quantities, the novernment vquld consider wlether a coirect retalrn shiould boe prepared at the expenso of the Council. From the same, stating that if the returns worealodged corrently within three weeks no further noation would be taken, but.if not the powers under the act would 'be put in force, and returning schedules, as they had not been verified by signatures: 'The' President stated that Air. Corpe, Who had collected ..thel'sttistics,: had forwarded teni in the usuteial i:wnaiy ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
Di. BUCHAN's SAnsAiARILLA, A Pleasing. Surmner Beverage and Spring " lMedicine; Altertive rind Absorbent. So n in quart luottles at 3s lid hi nil dranglrte nall >tontckepers. Wholesale, FELTOqN, GRIM 1 ADE, and 00, Meollouroe. SBIEINi ME X I C AN H A I It RENEWER. 'ew Diacovery'for the Hair. A Very nicely perfumed Hiairdressing, called S'lE MEXICAN UAIn REMEWEB. now being uld by most Chemists unJ Perlumcra throunhout 'he rluntry at 4a 6d per bottle, is fast euperaed ing allthe old Restorers and Dyes tor the pur. pose of changing grey or white hair to i's natural I orietial colour, for it will pesitively irstore the I hair in every case of greynose to ita original colour, without dyoing it, or leaving thai die, agreeable' and offonsivo smell winich most hair preparations of the day do. This preparation has never been known to 1 fail in restoring the hair to itas natur. colour and gloss in from eight to 32 days; Ic promoter I growth and prevents tho hair falling out, ern- i icating...
THE North-Eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
THE Ppblfosishdn Tgdeas asned Prjddeye -FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1873.,' TIu report of .eihe Local Goverpmnt Cornm mission its so important a document that wo need make no apology for again referring to it .. .The mot striking portion of it, as it ap. •pears to'uei;as thst?w.iich liplate totthoe 4,peot of loans and' the burrowving powers of boroug'? ind pbirg ,iouneils, aoo, ind.ed, wero' all the rest left out there would still bo something: to be thankful for. Local bodies ourght to'have a much larger amount of money at their com mund than they have hid hitherto,, for they are prpccted to carry out and maintain publio works of an expensive, but nevertheless very necessary, character, such as roads and bridges, but the manner in which they, have been crippled has prevented: them hitherto from properly carrying out these works. - In.some countries-America, for instance-it is usual to maloi good roads throughout a district be fore a single settler has set his foot in it, but how great a contras...
FLORILINE. THE LIQUID DENTRIFICE. FLORILINE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
FL 0.11 IL-I-NE. THE LIQUID"DENTRIFICE.' ; . FLORILINE SBweet as the Ambresiol'air, With its perfume ric4hddsd rare ; `Sweet as violets Rt the more, :iWthich the'emerald'nooks'adorn w?eetLns rosebuds buriting forth From, the richly laden earth; Is the FRaaatsN FLOtILINE. The teeth itiniakes a pearly white, Io pure 'ad lovely 'to the sight; ' The gums assume a rosy hue, The breath'is sweet as violets blue; rWhilst scented as the floweras of May, Which cast their sweetness from each spray, CIs the.Ftsa1A5T FoLIontEra. Sure some fairy with.its hand Sost round its :mystle wand,. Atid produced'from fairy's bower S'cented perfumes from each flowe For.inthis liiquid gem we trace All that can hieauty add and grace Such is a.ts FataOiANT FLtILINtE.'. aend This %W, From.the Weekly Times, 26th :. taell, 1871 ?-i There ore eo manystoileta ticles swhicih obtain allitheir oelehrity'from being cdn. rstutlytand.extensivelyadvertised, that it makes int iecessary'whe ianything new and 'good "is "in.'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 May 1873
~ý: ThINPOUNDINGS S"ENALLA - "Impounded at. Benallu, 21st t'"'. ,,,April-Trespas '3d each Bay mare,.emall blaze, near ahnd leg ,white, collar narked, shod all round, D and like 1IE Snear shoulder. , Dark bay ware, itar, black points, F over JG or JO.offahouldor Bay golding, star, near furo and off coronet white, hind lego whito, L near shouldor To be sold on 31st Mlay. BENALLA-Impounded a BUlnalla, 1ith April -Trespapne as ?e ' Fleabitten grey mare, lame off hind leg, RF con. joined and like u near shoulder, F near ribs .Bay entire, colt, black points, no visible brand, progony,of above . 'o boe,old on 14th Mfay. .:;1lANdFIELD-l?npouaded at .lansfield, by SMr James Tomhlns-Troepuas 3e each Bay mare, blaze, pack marked, anchor near shoulder . blay mare, saddle marked, black points, J near abshoulder Chesnut mare, collar marked, off fore foot eon larged, H near shoulder . By Mr Blother?ci ll-Trespcss 31 Jla ck horse, saddle marked, W over 2 near S" 'houlder ',: ' . .: ''o be 4p9d on 1...