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A MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873

A MYSTERY. The Blallarat Courier writes :-A mysterious eccureoce, out of which a tragic end is feared, has been reported to the police of Ballarat and the surrounding districts. Seimoe few days ago a girl named Elizibelh Jane Snell, fifteeoon years of age, who had been in service at the house of an Italian residing at Green Ilills, near llunicyoug, came to live with her sister, hAls Allander, at her husband's house, not far distant. Mrs Allander noticed that lher sister was in an advanced state of pregnancy, and taxed her with it.' The girl did not attempt to conceal her con dition,hbut persistently refused to disclose the name of her reducer. Since tioen she has beeon in adesponning state of mind. but her friends did not, up till Sunday morning, feel any alarm on her account. On that morning, however, at break of day, seo was observed to leave the house. No notice was then taken of her depar. tore, b?ut later on in the morning Mrs Allander got up, and not finding her sister about b...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SITTINGS OF COURTS. GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873

SITTINGS OF COURT.S. B. 1 GERA 8ESIONS. Bech' orL' -WVedneseday, Septomber'3.; COUNTI OOURTS. ...DeuallaSaturdy, ugust 2. tanisfield-Wodnesday, October 15.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Commercial. BENALLA, May 8. MR. A. ROBERTSON REPORTS : [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873

BENALLA. May 8. A Mn A I11O2 soTN REUPOoTS Plour,pdrton ' ll' ..."1 o12 0 0 Wheat, per busbol. :..: , 4'." 4 4 B Pollard do .; 0 1 0 0 1 2 Bran, do' ... ` 0100 0l D o, good seed do ..:". 0 0 4 0 Butter, fresh, p br,!b :" `0 1 0 0 :1 3 Do, potted, ."do .. 0' 0 0 0 10 SBcon, prime do .. . 0; 0 0 10 Eggs, per dozen ( 0... 1r0 00 0 1. 3 Poatoes, (good) per ow 0 0 0 ? .0 7

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873

. ,Bridge Street, Benalla, EN.ALLA STEAM SAW IJLLS, 'HE above Saw 'Mills are now complete and in full workibg order. All orders executed with promptitude -and dispatch. J. C. SU . IA E RS, PROPRIETOR. HOTEL ~McNALLY . 2_ AD T 0 R E . Proprietor. THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN REJEDIES. KRAM...'S VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS AND .The only iedicines in the world that are warranted as certain Oures. LARGE, DEMAND PROVES PUBLIC. CONFIDENCE. T HE, PILL.S ENTIRELY VEGETABE. cause no ain or Sicoknes, and -are the finest combination of 'VALUABLE MEDICINES over discovered for the cure of Biliousness, Costiveness; JIdigestion, Flahulenoy .caHeadacho, and all Impurities oif the Blood; S First OloansO, and thei,' as .a splendid Toni, iestore the body to EALTII, STRENGTH, AND ENERGY. : TH'EIR EQUAL ".IS NOT T....TO BE . FOUND. .XHE O NTMENT,.: !-IN T M 'E Bost in soe, charms away Old Sores of twenty Iyears,' standiig, Burns, Scalds, Boils, Rheumatism, ; and Skin .Eruptions;. S FOR EXCELLEEOE UNRIVALLED. Price : O...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873

MELBOURNE PRODUOE 'MARKET. 1Mesere Noyein4 ndReid; report ,for the week ending May 7, 1873 i ' Breadstuffs have contiinued"t advance sitce .ourtlat treport. Flour hasbeen sold at from £13 150 to £14 5s per ton for best brands silk dressed, Wheat is 'injdemand at 6s for prime samples. at0i are much wanted, and owing to the limited supply to hand, are bringlng high rates. There Is also a fair enquiry for malting and Cape barley. " Since last week, sales have boon made at the prices quoted below:-': : ' e . ..`. Flour, per ton ... £13 18 0 to? £14 .5 0 Potatoes, do . ... 3 5 0 . 3 7 06 Bran, per bushel 0.. 1 3 0 1. 4 Sharps, do ... .00 0 0 0 0 Pollard, do ... ?2 0 1 6 Wheat, do 0 510 0 0 0' Rye, do 0... "O' 0' 0 0 0 0 Oats, 'do ::0 310 0 '4'I.0: Barley, do .. 0.o 0 0 0 Hlalzo, do . 0 0 0:? 0 0 'A OJ lBacon, per Ib ,;. 0 0 0 0 0 Bame, do . : 0 0 Oi 0 0'" Butter, do ,.. O 0 8 0 1 0 Lard, do -., : 0 00 00 0 Cheese, do 0 o 0 3s: 0 0 7 Honey, do . 0 000 0 0 0 Eggs, perdoeen . 0. 0 0 0 0 0 e...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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MR. G. SHARPE REPORTS : [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873

Mn, G SinBPSi Rtliowms: - 'Jiour, per ton -.. £12 10, 0 to'613 0 0 *"Wheat, per bushel-.. '10 4: 7:; -l0' 4 8 0Ot>, do-3' .. a 0. 3, 9 Bran, do I. P 0 0 0.0 9 Pollard, . do'. ' 0 0 0. 1 0

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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THE GOVERNMENT SYSTEM OF DRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873

Gs GOVYGRNNME.R. SY ERE OF DRAINING. At the January meeting of the Upper Tonviot Ato Fat ore' Olu at Hawiok,'-:Mlr Andrew adddon, farmer, Roneyburn, brought forward for dsussion the following subjet :-"Is not ro condition of a uniform depth of drainage, without reforeneco to subsoil, insisted on by Go. ,lnmint and loan sociolies, in advan :ing money for that purpose, inexpedient, s involving need less expendituro '..r _Haddon said he was lwaro that his opinions on the subijot wore opposed to nearly all the writers on drainage operations, as wel as to many practical agricul rijat. ]But he had had considerable experience of drainage during the last twenty-five years, and would givo the result of his observations in da istrict. In 1848 tile draining was in its infancy. Eo then tried the comparative merits ofstone and pipe-tile drains on a grass field. Tho drains wert cut 3 fooeet and 28 feet apart.\ Tho natur, of the soil and subsoil was uniformly retentive clay, with a large quantity ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873

'MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. 'A Kynoton paper reports that jest as the night mail train was starting for Melbournoo a day or two inceo, a lady :passenger bogged to bo- released from a first-olass carriage. Her wishes were complied with, a cab ob tained, and she ultimately found refuge in an hotel in the town. 'Long before the train could have. reached Melbourne a fine little girl was added to the population of the colony, and it is satisfactory to add that mother and daughter have since been doing well. In the division on the Irish University-. Bill in the House of Commons, thirty-six members paired and there were besides thirty-nine absentees. Forty-seven Liberals, including. thirty-six -Irish members, voted againest the bill, and no Conservative sup. ported the Government. Several Liberals quitted the House just before the division. Of forty speakers in the debate, thirteen sup ported, and twenty-seven opposed the bill. The deathblow to the measure was dealt by a coalition of Catholics an...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIOLET TOWN POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 7th May. (Before Messrs. Grattan and Gall, J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873

VIOLET TOWN POLIOEi COURT. Wednesday, 7th May. (Before Messrs. Grattan and Gall, J.Ps.) rSTEALo Srxnrrs.--J. Rlawson, who was con victed of stealing a bottle of rum, a tumbler, and other sundries from a store, was sent to Beechworth gaol for '14 days.' . Ronuwo A Hawran;.-Samuel Power was charged with stealing, on the night of May 5th from the Violet Town Hotel, a quantity of goods comprising coats, calico, handkerchiefs, an opossum rug, a travelling bag with woaring apparel, &C., the property of a hawker named S. Berlinor. The prisoner, was arrested on his way to Bonalla the following day by Constable James Percy, with the goods in his possession, and was committed for trial. * If.LearccTe CILD.-A 'woman' namned Mary Gauny made an application that her ille gitimnate child should be placed in the Indus trial School. Granted, the mothor to pay the sum of 2s. 6d. per week.' . DxsMrssED.-A- small debts case, Howell v. Jenkins, and a summons case for insulting language, M'Dermot...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM EUROPE. LONDON, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873

DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM 6E IT E. O ,1 4J , [Br Su?uR?.itNE TELEGRAPH.] , LONDON, May 1. Theo Anglo-Australian Stoneam Compaiy '(Gibbs, Bright's) lies been withdrawn, and the sa'bscriptions roturnled. r May 2. I After. nn. ncriomnionus debate extending over two days, the IIHouse of Coiitmons sega. tived, without a divisionn,;rr S~inmitti'smntion demanding the views of the Governit'ent re. specting the adjustment of the Imperial local direct taxation before any, further reduction was made in the indirect taxation. May 3. The Tichborno claimant has exhausted hise means, and now appeals to the Treasury for assistance. After the opening ceremonial at the Vienna Exhibition, the Prince of Wales, Prince Arthur, with the Englishb, foreign, and colonial commissioners, were entertained at a banquet in the Imperial Palace, "isnd which' was followed by a grand rieception. The. Crown agents for the Cape colony advertise'the terms of consolidation of Cape debentures into 4l. per cent stock. May 4. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873

ý;,.ORR ,L LINE. THE LIQUID eDENTRIFICE. FLORILINE SSweet asthe Ambrosial air, With its perfume rich and rare; Sweet as violets at the morn, SWhich the emerald nooks adorn Sweet as rosebuds bursting forth From the richly laden earth, Is tbhe FAshna FLOIIIULNE. The teeth it makes a pearly while, fo pure and lovely to the sight; The gums assume a rosy hue, The breath is sweet as violets blue; Whilst scented as the flowers of May, Which cast their sweetness from each spray, Is the FBtonAno FLORtLnNI. Pure some fairy with its hand ' "ast round its mystic wand, And produced from fairy's bower scented perfumes from each flowe. For in this liquid gem ve trace- ' All that can beauty add and'grace Stich is 3es FnAonaor F? enmLacIN. Read This if From'the IYeekly Times, 260t Mdareh,1871 :--.There are so many toilet al tlello which obtain all their celebrity.from being con stantly and extensively advertised, that it makes it necessary when anything new and good is in, trpduced: to the public th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873

Notice. I, the Undersigned, having disposed of the Nortl Eastern Asi??gn newspaper to Messrs. CaiLEes J'ARtear and Co., beg to thank -the numerous friends and' supporters of tho jour nal for'their uniform kindness during the past lve years, and to request for my successors, a eontia-uano-df their favour.- II n taking fare well of so many kind friends I should be un grateful if I were not. to oxpress* the great pleasure I have often'ifelt in working with them for theadvanooment of the distriot, and I trust and believe" that my, successors .will strive to accoinplish tlo same end. n' - TNO. LISTON. ,. Match 15,'18703.. , We, the Undorsigned, beg to state in re ferenco to the above tlat having purchase?thie Noirth asters A.eigon.of Mr. Joix LIBTso,, we trust thatthoe some cordial support which has -boon given to him will bo aocdrded to us, and bog to assuro tho subscribers to the newspaper: that nothing shall be wunting on our part to merit a continuance of their favour. - CHARLES. TAI...

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THE ENGLISH MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 May 1873

-T TnE ENoLsHr MArL ScAstEn.-Tho Baroda which arrived off Queenscliff on .Monday morning, was immediately ordered into quar. antino, and the mails were not} landed until they had been properly fumigated. The sailor, a Lascar, who is suffering .from small pox, has been isolated from the rest of the persons who were on board, nod it- is hoped that the disease will be stamped out before it does ony further mischief. BENALLA PoLOCE CounT.-At .the Benalla Police Court, on, Tuesday last, before Messrs Geo. Sharpe and A. Robertson, J.P's., the follbwingcasas were dealt' witlh :--lio ael Resin was eharged witi GulAffiully'ddiilfinb' Richard M'Grath. The evidence showed that defendant while in 'a state of drunkenness` had thrown a bottle at the compliniant's head, and he was thereupon fined 40s. Henry Sin gleton and Thomas, Jones, who pleaded guilty to cutting timber on Crown lands .without a license, were fined each ls., with 5s. costs. John Brown v. John Tozer.-Goods, £2 10s., order for am...

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TERRIBLE TRAGEDY ON THE HIGH SEAS. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 May 1873

TERRIB3LE TRAGEDY ON THE H101GH SEAS; S (Br. ELEoTRIa TELEGRtAPI.) . SYDNreiY, Friday. Intense excitement has been caused in Sydney since the ship Rifleman, from Lon don, anchored here in charge of the chief officer, who reports that six'weeks ago, while the ship was off the coast of:Brazil, the mate took thd watch at 4 in the morning, when the man at the wheel informed' him that some thing was wrong with themen's grog, as on the previous night all the men were bad, and some of them were not able to turn out. They believed .themselves to have 'been poisoned. The mate, upon ;hearing this, walked forward to the front of the 'poop, and leant over the rail, thinirig 'what could have occasioned the sudden illness;of the crew. Whilst so employede the steward came'on deck,'and' said to the mate;, ' The captain wants you, sir."-. The'niato thereupon' went belowand Iknockdd at the captain's' dooi,;' but receiving no nnswer,kniocked a second titmo and then entered. fHe was immediately struck ...

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DIVORCE APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 May 1873

Divonoc ArPPrLITiroT.-The Full Court, sit. ting in its divorce and matrimonial causes juris diction, and a special jury of twelve, were engagod on Thursday hearing the case of Smith v. Smith. The petitioner is AMr. W. Villenenve Smith, barrister, who eeooks a divorce on grounds of adultery, committed at Alexandra on the 23rd of 3Mar 1871, and on otlher occasions in the same noiglhborhood. ThPe evidence on Thursday was con?inud principally to the offence committed on the day named, on which occasion the petitioner, returning uuoxpictedly to his home late at night, found his wife's hbedroom-door locked, and on bursting it open discovered the co.respondent, Andrew Armstrong, pound.keeper and. herdsman at Alexandr., in tire room under such circum. atances as" could leave no doubt of improper intimacy. Armstrong on being discovered dashed through the Freonh window follo'wed by Smith, who caught him in the yard, hold down till asuir tanse cameo,and Armstrong. was given in. ustody for bein...

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SUICIDE OF MR. WALTER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 May 1873

SUICIDE OF MR. WALTER. At the inquest hold by Dr Candler yesterday, on the body of the late Frederick Edward Walter, the jury found that he hod died.on' the previous 'Tuesday from the poisonous offects ofstryohnie.o, taken by his onit hand whilst inn sound condi tion of mind. The inquiry into this most extra ordinary case took place in the residence of the deceased, a large. handsnmo, and sumptuously furnished lhouse in Prince'd etreot, Kow. As no relatives of the deceased were present the evi dence did not go so closely into his private life as was expected, but sufficient was forthcoming to show that he had lived in a style far above that of any ordinary clerk il; a'woolbrokers' office, as he purported to be. The house in whicl he lived was one in which a gentleman with an incoem of £2,000 per annum eeod not have been ashamed to dwell; and all the appointments were strikingly suggestive of the easiest and pleasant. est of circumstances. His drawing and dining rooms contained pictu...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 May 1873

M.ISOELLANEOUS NEWS. A banquet -was given by the Mayor of Melbourne on" Thursday evening last, at which the Governor and tho Duke of Gendo were present.': " - On Thursday last the Board of Land and 'Ydrksnisocbptedtthle thn'der' of-?;;;'Grsmlths?_ for a post and telegraph office at Wahgnratta, for £2,219.10s. The Minister of Rails?ys and an efficient staff have been incessantly at work during the past three months collecting and coni. piling statistics of the probable traffi of the following proposed lines, viz :-Melbourne to Sale, Ararat to Horabatm by Way of Stawell; Ararat to Hamilton, Maryboroeghl to Avoca; Geelong to Caine (black line), Leigh Road to 'Colae (green line), Wangaratta to Beech. worth, Vangaratta to Bright, Sandharst to Dunolly, and Sandhurst to lnglewood. A map has been prepared showing those various routes, as wellasthe lines that are constructed, ,those in progress and those surveyed. The Queenscliff line is not on the mnp. It is stated that Mr Allan Staley, the...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 May 1873

TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements cannot to withdrawn before the time ?xpires for' which they have been ordered. In'cases where tlhe nmnber of inser tions is not specified the advertisements will be inserted till countermanded,sdnd charged ac coreingly:' Quarterly advertisements will be continuougly inserted unless a written order to stol. them is.sent.. '

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 May 1873

CORRESPONDENCE. We are not responsible for the opinions oxpressed by our Correspondents; and while allowing theornm every latitudo 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 scurrilbus nature will be strictly excluded.' [We lhevo received a letter from " Progress" on the proposed railtyay to the Major Plains, but must hold it over till our next issue.] 7o tihe Editor of ite North Eastern En.ig's. Sin,-I was much pleased to see in your report of the last mreeting of our Shire Council the notice of motion given by the President. This is a step, in the right direction, and ought to have been taken some time ago. A branch line to the Mnjor ryould -most certainly be an immense advantogo to Bonalla, and I have heard a great deal of talk about it for some time past, but the President is the first man to cSinco any real interest in the matter. Now while we deplore our dilatoriness in the pas...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 May 1873

TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers cannot discontinue the paper in the middle of q quarter. "?To notice will be taken of an' order to discontinue unless ull •noncy duo accompanies the order. iemiittapcs may be made in postagp s'amps, or by P.O. order. D.-· n n -~P- € , rm~ee ,

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