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CROWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 May 1873
Canowi Lais SA~E.-As ale of crown lands will be held at eleven o'.elock'this morning, at the Court House, Bonalla.' By advertisement in another colunin it willibe seen th'at the allotments to be offered" consist of eight town lots, one special, and one suburban lot. Lawn Boaeun.-Tho noxt'sitting of tlioi Bn. alla Local ''Land Board will be held: in the Land Office on Wednesday, heo 21st May. 'IýlRa:kwif 1'79pmENT.-On Thursday evening lost an accident happened:et Ldogwood to a goods train, of- which. mai named Stralian was in chargo. ' While the ruicksiwero being shunted two of them got off the line and some considerable damage was doneo; th-etrain was consequently late in reaching inolet Town.,, WAAtro CirvLr?r. -' 'ase "'of Iwanton cruelty to a dog was brought 'under our notice yesterday, eand-we trust that' the publicity which we give, to the acts will lead to its puniihment. 'Mr. Piper, of the Post-ofleo,: who is the, owner of .avaluable dog, half Newfoundland and .half St: Beern...
THE North-Eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 May 1873
THE Polluted cd.TeesdoelyO atui ridays. '.TUESDAY, ý ?, 187. Tounohotion relativeto the'proposed survey of a line of railway from Benalla to the Major lains, of which Mr.' Geo. Srneui hhs given notice?'or thb nhoxt iinceting of' the Benalli Shire Council, is onoe which shows that ho is a`nxios to prqmote the iinterest" of this dis triot, and even if come considerableo time should elapse before it boars fruit, it may at any rate be looked on as the initiation of an important undertaking. A. light line of rail way 'from :Benalla to the. Major Dlaipi, isans much required as any branch railway in the country, hbut it would be advisablie for us at once to make up our minds to- the :fact thqt the Governiment'isi not likely to construct it for us,ad that inthit intis inistance we will havo to pot for oursolves. ' Theo. Government has already as much: on its hands'is its; can .well accomplish in the construction of main lines of railway, and Benalla is'not so: highly favored as some of th'l...
THE NEW LAND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 May 1873
THE NEW LAND'- REOULATIONS. Some how Land Regulations under the Land Act of 1809, were issued, on' Wednes. diy last by the Minister nfCrowyLands, ahd as tlie differ' very moaterially from the old ones we propose to give our readers an abstract of their effeot.'and:-purport Under Ithe old system land selectors ha?e, had pfter pegging out 'their- allotments to pay, a :depoeit:on making their a.iplications, for which they obtplied a conditional receipt. Then after paying a'fee for the survey to-the contract surveyor, who might allogo for some reason best-known to himself that the land:could not be selected, -and refuse to survey .it, they would have' to"wait'for a longer or shorter pIeriod till the application was heard by. the Local Land.Board ; and then even if it was rocommcended, after another survey' had-been niadeby'the:Board of Lund- and Works the applicaint.might. noqtetith' allotment at all; but uinder thd 'new regulations the applicant will chooseohis own surveyor, who -will ...
WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 May 1873
S WANGABATTA. Th Co 'mitteo o f; thel Wanigaatta! Turf Clubfin'.ila d diddto hold a' meeting oinjhonor of the Quibn'seBirthday on Monday,'itho 26th instead of on Saturday1.the .24th inst. The reason of the postponement is that:Saturday is a busy day with the storekeepers, and a'larger pttendance may be expected on:Monday. .From the .rangaratta Star, we learn that 3Mehsss. =Cain,;Dalrymple; aiad: CGo,' the con. tractors for the third section of the iNorth Eastern Railway, are about to-lose the seofices t' Mri.? 'Win. Candy, who for t- tho last, twelve months has lbeen superintending the" erection qf the railway bridge over the Ovens River; and the other girder:bridges onthoethird sec tion. . r Candy, who built thbe frst girder bridge in the colony, has, it is said, obtained a 'lucrative apiointment from the Government in the Railway Department. " - - : .Tho Orens arid:Murray Agricultriral Show was opened on Thursday last at Wtinsaratta. and was well attended.. Messrs. Morgan iand Wil...
"A MAN'S A MAN FOR A' THAT." [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 May 1873
"A MAN'S A, MAN FOR A' THAT." Who shall judge man from his manners 1 'Who shall know him by his dress I 'Paupers may .b fit for princcs, Princes 8t for something less. Crumpled shirr and dirty jacket . * May beclotho'rhe golden ore " ,Of the deepest'thoughts and feeolings-? Satin vest can do no moro. : There are streamse'f ortal nectar°' .';,, Ever flowing out of stone ;'?"" S Thro are purple beds arid goldeno' Hidden, crushed, and overthrown. ",God, who.counts by,sobils, not dresss, Loves and.prospers you' and me, ,While He values thrones the highest But as pebbles in the sena. Maun upraised above his follows, Oft forgets his fellows then ; Slasters-rulers-lorid remember, That your. meanestbhindare men I .en of labor, men of feeling, , ,ilen of thoughts, and men of fame, Claiming equal righlteto sunshine In a man ennobling name ;There arc foam-embroldored .oceans,-: 'Thero are little woodiclad rills,; SThoro are feoblelncb-hlgh. eaplinge: ' There nrecodlars on the hills, God who co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 May 1873
SADDLE AND HARNESS M.,AR Bridge Street, Benalla, E TAD LISRED 13],. LHOE o' SADDLE AN STEAM RNESS MIL 3- ENoALLA, .:S A MIM:, ; TH ablove Saw IS le. are now complete and in full orklo order . . : . All., orders executed. with proj titude and dispatch. C.*, S J C U I R IERS . ii, P B 0. P, B I, E T`' ' W.BNA L lHOTELLLY STORE.ip' TPraprietor. THE GREKT AUSTRALIAN REMEDIES. :KRAMMI'S :VEGETABLE - LIFE PILLS W 38 ':, ,A : :MA ; G i 4 :, T a m ., •T a, r The only Medicines in the world that, are arranted as certain Oures. LARGE DEMAND PROVES PUBLIC CONFIDENCE. TT HE P 'IL .S E"?NTIRELY VaGETABLE, cause no Pain or Sickness, and are the finestoo combination of .' V&ALUABLE MEDICINES,ever discovered for-the;our of .,, 3iliousness,' Costiveness, d??nigestio: Flatulen cy; Headache, and all .I uri mesof the Blood; ist Cleanse, and the a a splendid. Tonic,; retor e body "to ;E'LLT, S0"TYEE TH, LCD ENERGY.? "D -- r? r THE EQUAL I.S NOT TO BE FOUND. FOR EXCELLEECE UNRIVALLED. Price: One ...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 May 1873
TO ADVERT1ISERS. - Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before the time expires for which they have been ordered. In cases wherg the number of insor tions is not spenified the advertisements will be inserted-till countermanded, and ohgrged ac a- cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously ipserted unless a written order to stop, thmrn i4 sent.
THE MAJOR PLAINS PROTESTANT CHURCH. To the Editor of the North Eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873
THE MAJO1 PLAINS PROTESTANT 'To tlo'Editor of the tl North 2Eaotern Eneign. Smin;In :reply to "Subsoribor'a'i letter of tho 23rd of April I am directed by the Comr mittee to inform him that if he wished to ascertain how the funds of the abaeo ohurch were oxponded, 'h or any othorf ubsoriboer could have done so bly applying at the trea surer's office; but. if it; is. his, mony that " Subscriber" wants to got back,'heomay hove it at aty time if he onlls at Mr. John Bonnet, the hen. treasurer. If" Subscriber" had the welfare of the church at heart he .hould,have fouid by inquiiry, thatthe deeds for the ground are in Bonalla. Regarding the committee beiig- ruled by the hoen. secretary,' suoli an accusation is beneath our notice. ,'If" Sub scriber's" :octionsr had:been as upright: and disinterested as our secretary's he would have acteda more honorable part before he rushed into "irint. I am, &o., JOSEPH KNOX, . Chairman of the Committee. Comrlittee Rooms, Protestant Church, ,.Mi...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873
COMM5UEROIAL; "Ir Helmuth Schwartz reports that 5,000 bales of wool have been sold. The market is steady, and there has been a brisk competition on the part of French buyers for greasy sorts, on which the advance has been maintained. Soured descriptions remain unchanged. Half breds are 1~d under Mlarch sales; superior fleece, id oheaper; goad to medium slightly, lower. .t : VIENNA, Mny 1. The grand Interoational Exhibition' was opened to-day wit? great ceremonial,' and the whole spect;acle was moat iriipresaive. The Prince of Wales and Prince Arthur were present, with a number of German princes, archdukes, and State dignitaries. The build. Ing was crowded with visitors. The E?pperor's speech alluded to the importance of the undertaking, and said that he relied on the patriotism of his people to support friendly relations with other nations.
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873
POST OFFICE, I3ENALLA. ARRIVAL ANL D-PARTURE UOF MAILS &o, Mails arrive From elolbourne, and post towns by way of Melbourne, daily ,(Mondays exoeptod;, a: 1 a,m.. . . Intermediate post towns, viz., Donnybrook Wallan Wallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, Seymour, Avenel, Longwood &c. (including the correspondence from Blansfield, Moerton, Alex. andra, Jamieson &c.), at 1 a.m. Winton, Wangaratta, and Boochworth (in cluding letters from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxloy, El Dorado, Bucklaund, Yackandandah, WVahgun. yah. Rutherglon, Ohiltern, Albury, &o., whence no direct mails are received), daily (Sundays excepted), at 12.30 p.m. Major Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan. dra, Cobram, and Yorrawonga do,. Fridayse at 10.30 a.m. Shopparton,- Pine 'Lodge: Station, Gowen gardie and Bonalla do, Mondays, at 7.30 p.m. Mails close For Melbourne, and places vifl Melbourne, daily (Sundays excepted), at lP.30 p.m. l Iutormedlatoopost towns,, viz,, Violet Town Euros, Longw...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873
TO 4DYERTISERS. 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 stoI. them is sent. /
THE North Eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873
Poliahd us, Tueslegs and ict da8. Tnx Now. Lund flegulations 'of 'tdwhich' we gave an abstract infi our last iassue, aro now beforo the public, un i'ds thoy iUll not come into force till the 2nd,:of' Juno' noit, 'h ple time is given to undorstand their int'eitand' purport. Thoy relate to.fouriteen siibjcts in all, but the most important. of, them are those which treat of authorized 'surveyois, local land boards;', and tho: solection 'of iland ; and.it.is with these that wo.now propose to deal. The surveyors will all be'authlorized by the Board, as they have been hitherto, but it is satisfac. tory to find that their powers have been much curtailed. We do' not-mean to imply that surveyors are worse than other people, but where individuals aro entrusted with too much power some are sure to abuse it, and,conso quently restraint has to be put upon all. As a member sometimes says in. the House " Mr. Speaker, Ithink it would be most unad visablo to place this great power in the hands of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873
IMPO JNDINGS. B!ENALLA - Impounded at Bonalla, 21st 1 April-Trespaso 3d each " lay. mare, small blazo, near hind leg white, d collar marked, shod all round, D andlikeo II Dark bay mare, star, bliak. point?,F r JGo ori JO off shoulder I Bay galling, star, near faro and off coroneotwe its, E .hind logs white, L noear shoulder ' To be sold on 2lst May. , -ENA[LLA--Impounded as Besalla,,o 5th April -_Trespass 3s O'ch' ' .:"/" - Fleabittcn grey mare. lamo off hind log' IIF 'co joined and like lniejnar shoulder'F.near ribs Bay ontiro'e colthlack poiintsso f'visible bradd, progeny of ?9o' --:- . 'To be sold ofil14th'~lt?y VANGARATTA- Impo?ndedat Wangarattai llth;April. ' Roan and white stag, like worker, ST near shoul. der, oel thigh Wover V r lied eided'poloy heifer,'white bnook and tail, three vwhite legs, D near ribe, like blotched Al:near' 'rump Oi 2lthbApril. '.. Bay mare, stripe- and snip, collar marked, bind feoot white, W3 off shoulder (square topped 3) Boy mare, star, saddle marke...
THE HOTEL AT SHEPPARTON. To the Editor of the North Eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873
THE HOTEL AT SIEPPARTON. To the Elitor' of the North Eastern .itaign. Srn,-In your issue of 20th ult. I observe a letter sigocd " Selector" calling, attention to the '"illega"l.mannor in which my hotel is conducted, nod further insinuating the most unjust-not to say malicious-reflootions as regards the keeping of this house, and as to the conduct of the police constable in chargo at Shopparton.: ,In the first instance . bog to deny most emphatically that over a seoleotor or- other person has been denied food at my hotel upon any occasion whatever. As regards bedding I have to explain that, with the pro sent rush of selectors and other travellers to this place I have been compelled occasionally to refuse quarters for the night to a few, but as there is another large'hotel within two miles of this place, I do not think that selectors or others with "plenty of money" in their pockets can fare so badly. With these facts bo fore you, Mr. Editor, I think that you will agree to exonerate m...
COLLISION AND LOSS OF TWENTY-FOUR LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873
COLLISION"AND LOSS OFTWENTY FOURLLVES." . A moat serlouso disaster occurred about two o'eloek.on thaomorning'ofsthe 8th Maroh, by which ltwo vassels--oe a astamoer and tho'bther ia sailing vessol-foundered. It appears that Captain H. Strong, of 'the steiamship Guiding Star, fell ln with the ship Obhacabnco; inward bound fronm San Franolacisc to Liverpool, off the Great Ormeshoad. Afteor some time thore was a dispute as to the amount of money to be .paid to the tugboat, and the Guiding Star left the Chacabuco. Shortly after thia Captain Strong heard cries, and at once bore up in the wake of the ship, but was unablo to coame up with her. All of a sudden a terrible crash occurroed, and it eas than quite evident that a collision had taker, plseo, and-the tug was steorodito the spot whence the cries, proceeded.: The snow.storm became denser, and before he was a,?are of his position the captain of. the tug found himself: running over thosinking vessel; tb tug's boat was at 'once lowered, ...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873
CORRESPONDENCE. We are not responsiblo for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents; and while allowing them every Intitude for the discussiQn of public and local subjects interesting-to the communlty-nt-large,-wo' wlahita impress upon them that all personalitien of a currilous natore will be strictly excluded. "'