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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

-.From Ltheb NZiwaper 'Presi Directory. for 1872 we extract the following on the present position of the newspaper press :--There are now published. in the.United Kingdom 1,456 newspapers, distributod as follows : England- - London .. .. ,.?28 . Provincesd,.. , . 84831,111, Wales .. .. . 60: Scotland .;? . .. . .. 184 Ireland . . 184 British Islhe?. . .. 17 O f these theraie e- r . - , . 82 daily i~up'?isulished in England.... -192 '.d Boolandt. i I9?^'"? ? '' dltto' " Ieland 2?:: dit'tos " .'British Isles On referee?toefd'the edition of this useful dlreotory' for ',862 we'find the following io teresting fastsi-vis, that ihn that year there wer ' published in 'the United Kingdom, 1,051 journals; of .these 69 papers were issued daily-viz, 42 in England, 1 in Wales, 9 in Scotland, 16 in Ireland, and 1 in Jersey; but in 1872 there are now established and circulated 1,450 papers, of which no less than 117 are issued daily, showing that the prose of the country :has very greatly extended...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

-- .THE ýxrtj- tec c Qh i tt POlihed on 1aulay'and Friday,. TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1872. Tl'as debate upon the question of the abuse of patronage has now gone to that extent that we pan express an opinion upon it. We were led ;o, believe that some very glaring cases of pbulso would bo brought forward,h but what is ; athfact ] ?Really no ease s as as yet been :how tiat is:orfsuffoiont moment to warrant the dismiss'l dof the Ministry from: power The first and most important charge made is thbt` 3Mr O4C?eEL HoEr has been made Sears tary to the Agent-General of Victoria?' N?w, in the first place, let it be considered 'whether such an appointment was required. W o.think that there is a great deal in what Mr.. Duerr said that a gentleman in the position of Mr. Cicixna , who reprosents an English contitu ency, and would naturally have his time inter-. fered with, could not give: his attention to write those numbers of letters or diechargo the other secretarialdnties of ,the agency as well as the...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 May 1872

lIMtIAlOURNE PRODUCE MARKAET. Messrs I'Caw1 Adamson, and Co report .for the week ending May 2,c, 1872:'- Sliic the issue of our last the agricultural atlstica hove been published, showing a con siderable toincrease over last seqson's crops ; at same- time, .judging,. from the information furnished; it appears certain the city and suburbe will have to depend largely ontimportes for its supply both of brendstuffs andfeeding'grains. Already'there has been a demned for oats from * up.coontry, benldg considerably earllerthan in - prevlois seasons, but no doubt the' neighbouring colonies are fully prepared, to supply our deficiencies. ' Trunsaotions in flour and wheat have, In the meantime, almost ceased, buyers and sellers not being'ablo to come to terms. At our sale to.day. we offered" and disposed of a few parcels of medium inality'wheat at prices ranging from as 3d to O5 0; a fine lot being withdrawn at 6s 10d.' I lour realised to £15 52. . In feeding grains priced hove not exhibited ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. HANNA'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

..:hi: IIANNA'S SPEECH. :ý.mWe give.the following speech made. by Mr. Slanna, I,P. :(fr 'thoe')Mlurray :Borlotoghe,on the rmotion (which·wae loet)conidomnitia the' iverin meait apipointments. 'Tie" report e" 'f rom " 1r I?utiid.-6;'M Sprealker, tlie amendment now' before'the H-ouse Ii' in such'sdeeping;terms nthat I cannot record ny'vote in its favour. -Notwlth: standing that,'Itcaniiot help expressing. my die. :approval of some of'the appointments .hirli have been lately'mado.' The appointment of .lr' Cnahel lloey is to my mind quite uncalled for, .and when the proper time. arrivee for recording my Vote agaiust it, and thet is whontlie]iEsati I mattes at under ceonsideration, I will do so. More than that, I say' that the oflimo' of Agent :General in Londean i nothing more nor leensthan " s auperluoues,inetitutiorr, and, while I am .ai roember of this ,llouse, will, do,my ?bes to, abolish it. When; imamigratior owasn about to caase, this office of Agont.Ooieral wans droatod. For wha...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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THE PARRAMATTA MURDER. TRIAL OF THE PRISONERS. (Before His Honour Mr. Justice Hargrave.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

THE PARRAM1ATTA MURDERS. a TnRL or TO raTsoxanos.gno : (Before IIie"Hinour iF. Justice Hargrave.)` I. .George Robert Nichols and Alfred Listerotherwise Jainea Froude, were indicted for that thley, on the 18$h day of March last, on the Parramatta River, did felo. niouely kill and murder one Williamm Percy Walker. The prisoners pleaded not guilty. ' ? The Attorney-General,, assisted by Mr. ,W. C. Windoyer, prosecuted for the Crown. AIr. Gmntley, pitahardinge and lr: ERdwaridRMrtin, instructed byi fr. R. J. Robinson, appeared,for' the prisoner Lister; and Mr. fiilloe Land'd fr. 'OKeeffe tinstrucited 'by ' dMr. R. Driver, appeared for the prisoner Nichols. The Attorney-General opened the case, and' stated' the main facts which he understood would be proved for the Crown.: -,'r , ; o t' r0r',, r c Alter` the examination of witnesses and the addresaes of counsel for the defence, ... ... Hie Honour aummed up, ridinig"th'o evidenice, and" carefully pointing out how it bore upon one or both ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUSIC IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

MUSIOINv IELlJOURNI. ; (IrfnoaOut OWN t CORREsPOnEPNT.) In' the last notice of the Royal: Italian Opera tho'e reoord iasn brought up. to thoeper forance o'of Pipeld.- -Diring the week Faust haosebe'n performed, iand in quick succession tl"Barbiere dii Sirelga; both operas'atiraotlng immense audiences... Notwithstanding a general feeling of regret that Mr. 'Armes Beaumont was too hoarse to sustain his rold of Panus, Signor Leandro :Coy, however, ably supplied the deflciency, with, credit, and he is also tdi be warmly commended for having undertaken the part at so short a notice. It would be invidious to give a detailed accoufit of these operos;e. The sow singers' claims and the manner of their performance have.already been .commiented upon.. Tohe principal event of tle. week. ih .been tic production of Verdi's opera,. . acblt, Asn in- the. case of F; aeist, an:npology had to; be.given on behalf of Signor Coliva, .who was to have sustained .tho principal part: aosl acbeth, .and :Signo...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHEASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

TO THE EDITOR OF TEE NORTIO. .EAST. .RN .ENSIGN. Sir,-I do not often venture into the Shire Council, but on Wednesday, hoping to see a fight or some other fun going on, I went and put mylhead inside the door. I sayl.insido the door, because I saw the robust " windlow. loving' Sam, then I was afraid to go firther in lest I should be put through a window. I was disappointed, and I think many, other, of the pleasure seekers that assembled were too, in thatthere livs 'db:.flght:. The 'pro. saedings were carried on.,quietly until the letters were read, when Sanm rose up 'in :is might and denounced the officers for every thing,'snythini, or nothing. -He looked so ferocious that I got frightened and got more to the door, then wondered that he looked so well after hise recant defeat, and wondered had hoe.paid .the guinea costs given against him. However, his was only a storm in a teapot after all and only endod in wind. I heard Simson's resignation read. Well I forone nm sorry he's leaving ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO MR. CHARLES BALDRY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

COMPLIME NTARY BANQUE I'. TO' MR. CHARLES BALORY. . On Friday evening ;last i Mr Charlesi Baldry recelvedl`oof.'iaothso marks~of ap. preciation atltho hanidsbof the reaidcdts n f the Mansfield distriot which; mus, bhe grtifying to all men who hadv devoted their ime and energy to the service if the public and helped.: to,promote the ,welfare of the district by" epirited'businesa ýntoerpri e. To mark their appreciation of his qualities -in this respect,. a number of gentlemen bestirred themselves. .toentertain him, at. a banquet; which. took place at the Royal Hotel on the evening of Friday last. Mr Host, Bartlett lid -the. management of the affair, andi this bitg the first spreadhe hes given in the ltown we can, speak of the manner in which he fulfilled his duties in nothing but terms of the greatesL praise,and compliment Manalleld In having so. efficient a purveyor in the. locality. Ir. Kitohen ,.was in they chair, the vice-chaire. being filled by Messrs" Tomkins and Crockett.. tAft...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

SITTINGS OF(iCOURTS. ' : ;'CnooI? CoURT? . Beechworth -We'dne?day; 26th October. GENERAL SBsecoOB Beechworth-m 1ond'ay, August . :lanelield-Friday, uctobor 18.,, ? .:',' CouonrT CoURTs. Alexindra--Waedesday,'Octobor '9::' 1' ! l Benallt-Sat6rdayoJuly 27r , ' Jinmleeon-Saturday; October 12: ', :lauofield-Friday Oactober 18, " ., `-' :

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INQUEST AT DOCKER'S PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

.INQUES'L' AT'DOCK IR'S PLAINS. On Maonday; last 'Dr :Mlillertle t deputy coro:ner for Waingarattn, held an inquest at Docker's Plains, on the body of an infant named John O'Keeffe: Tbhe following evidence was adduced : Jane Rowe depaoed-- , live, at Estonart.. I attended Mrs O'Keeffe in her confinement until Saturday evening last The child took: ill.on,Saturday last, about midday. I know the infant was ill by its crying and drawing up its legs. Gave him a little warm milk.. This doing no good Mrs O'Keeffe gave him a teaspoonful of castor oil. it, however, also afforded no relief. Towards. evening on Saturday 1-went home, the infant being a little quieter. The infant napoared to be healthy. -Inever saw the child alive:after.. I left on Saturday. Michael O'Keffe stated-I am am farmer. livingtnt Docker's Plains. , eamthe father of the decibedd ohild../Itl appealed tdi.be a.healthy ehild.. It became ill on the after noon of Sattirday,2O5th inst., towards even inug. asked if any medicin...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

TO ADVERTITSEiS.,. Advertisements cannot he withdrawn before the time expires forvwhich they have, been ordered. n cases where the number of inser tions is not speified the advertisements will be inserted till countermanded, and charged no cordingly.: Quarterly advertisements will be continuously inserted unless a written order to stop them is sent.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

TO COIRRESPONDENTS. No communu ication will tander any circun tances be inserted unless authen!icated' by the real name and address of the woriter, not.ndCes arily for publication, but as a guarantes of gond faith.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

SIMPOUNDINGS.'.OU y "t?EEOHWORTII-Impounded at Beechworth isy horse, ja near'shoulder, spot on forehead 'cklc'horseofoal, no brand . ,:sit horse, heavy draiuht, WS near shoulder to be sold on 5th Juno. , iNALLA-Impounded at Benalla, let .,Iay .. --Trespaess3 each . . . - 1,'y cob gelding, lame;'colli?i marked, P over 7 niearhoulder. , " '' , esnut mare,.has hlad iptula,' white, sbf eos o baock, iY near ehdeuldei'lik'RY'off sh?nildero S Onth tlslay-Trehpassb3d eash . lerokvn sre, stai, collr 'miarked, 'll' onjoined S(the first B turnd' to the left); over EG or 'EQ near shoulder, IG near rump Cieeout'cobl geldliss'effhip down, off hind leg: ahite llike ). off ehoulder'~''"; ' ]. ark bay gldiong, whitebhairs through body, side t;et head white, whitbbolly; four whbiteb logs, 1 ond illegible brand near shoulder l On 5ti May-Tresposs .. 1 ek grey geldiong, hind legs whlte, T near. nook T 'be sold on 5th Juneo. - : . 'II OW IMANWB FOREST-limpounded at Beech ° -' t"ShhPund, 16th May lown co...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

BENALLA SHIRE ':COUNOIL. Wedneaday, May 20. Present-The Prealdent, and COr. IIoskio, Redding, Blackburne, Clarke, Turnbull, Guppy, and Roe. The minuteadof previous meeting were read and con. fi?lrd. cnGnepOntENvoz. Prom P. Manna, Feq., M.r., inosineig answer from the Roads and lrldgo doepartment relating to the ap. plication for sabridge construction order. Tbd ansiver, was to the effect• that the application would\receive every consid ratian ea t year if the law remainedi s at This related to th Mansfield-rad, and the President said theay had ot been early enough in making appli. d cation. Cr. Clarke saldit was a proof of neglect somewhere, and now they hIadno construction order for main roads for this year. i; The Preaidei?t saict.fall'le coiauldsay was, that th! valuation was commenced too late, and they could not sendliEnthe application in timel. ? From James J. Smith, Broken Creek, stating that a public meeting held on Monday, 27th. May, Mr. Archi. bald Dunlop was elected herds...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

SHIRE OF BENALLA. , B ENDERS will be received up'to. One pm. on |.:0 Wednesday, " the 12th June, 'at the. Council Chambers, Bridge.atreet, Benslila, for the follow. ing works, vis.: 1.-Culvert and Draloe,Samaria-read, near Dennis's . 2 -Supply of 1,600 7yarde Grael and main tonanoe on Shepparton.road; to the end of, Roe's'paddock ;'1 w - .. S=peop.ly of'l,600yrdJ I ofjhlnele iiand " nslo, tonae ,Shepparto nd rod, below Roe'i. 4.-Sopplyof Graveltfor nimiotenancrand i other works on S?m rlairond't ` +uo 1~ i isi vhinv:c i !to I ni.Plans and specifications of the iabovenyorks may be seen at the Couuncl; hambers durlog the leachnder. '-`de ;0 ?h n i Ed r. : ;d ? m p . -- 'w I odii -yan zi rlrca:4· LLt?,1 c TsBenders muart .b endo8rsed ,Tender fo. Sworks. .,,:.n ? h;' .llei The loet or any tener noan e Bd order of the CouncIl, .c+t fi;:;ia ' ,." ouncil 0C0hambers, s'.o V 0'a :Benollo, n'y 30, 1872a .1 !t ohallenge; t GEORGE DENNIS wll RUN` any mhn(obna. 100 60, or 2Gto .%ords;for%1 0' or...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

."T;I I IUC.: I: I rf , I I! I,-V -1 JD I: XLTEE HU S. ·.., i I(Lai %Ca/ne anldo e·bd) - -ive t -he, '?t' p-ico' for WI LEAT and 'ljvo gLOU R,, BRAN, and. POiLLa'Ar D" fi ^ do.l CAIIN bes to inform the inhabinnts of Mansfiield and the district that ho has just recived * a u f SUPERIOR SUilMElt GOODS, embracing all the Noovelties ot tho Season, S ,. . (I : .. TOGETHER WIT , £300 oth of Splendid Colni alJew"elleory ;' ;.L" 1 ' S3 .i. Firstcia'a 31 ILLINElt 'and' DRESSMAKER biaa been engaged. 11 W W KER, Thie very Best Ltquors of Evel y Desci ption, .Or oi d ~ L~ 8tab li ry •;! ^ , ."' +.-.·..d ta, ' ,a " - g, : . I :- - " ,, ,, IS : .,iI:.', ; + .:? i ,+.,' : G' ; .q E . ,* . X & -*' '*S H A,,IF, W !, :ER^, .... . -S T!AM r ' o i .. .. BEN'ALLA ST'EALL A 'sly oFSPEIOR URIAEN, A oDS, mOARDaciG?l WAY ON HAND. o )'R A , Bo B2' I AkY'?O GAN? TIE? , STHE abov'Saw Millo are ow complete aid in full woe?kin order. , ?,' i; i' ' , J.. " : C ''·;. S ., A ' . ': - - All orders Sxecuted- ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 May 1872

PubliAhed on 2ueadayfa nd Fridays. , FoR the past five weekethe; country iee bcei agitated eod distres~ed eby .the almost ;riotoas conduct of about" ono-hhlf its ropresentatives in Parliadmont. Roaring ini mind that tlihe'rescct Legislature is theofirst elected under the pay sent systeam thel people cannot be too obser vant'or d?itical 'in watching political affairs, so that they may, Whenthe occasion will.duly present itself, he enabled' to speak- with emphasis upon the. subject. It must not be forgotten that the radical change referred to was effected without the distinct concurrence ofý the people 'and should assent be 'given at the enid of the probationary term, as it is already tacitly implied, it will yet remain for the different constituencies to say if they ap. provei of' the article: for, which :they. ;ay. Upon'this latter portion: of the 'rrongement many. can at once :decide, but .e. desire 'at present to; discuss thei collective value of our representation or the existing...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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List of Applications CONSIDERED AT BENALLA LOCAL LAND BOARD ON FRIDAY, MAY 31ST, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

List of Applications OONSIDEREDAT 'BENALLA LOCAL LAND. BOAUD" ,,, FRIDAY,M AY :31sT; 1iS2:." i... : ?? At'Eloven o'clock a.m. Namo Pariah Allot Patrick Doyle Dookloe 40~ 0,.0 John Fraoser S hrto ... . ..171 0 0 GracoHowe north of .320.,0 0 Shepparton _____ '. OS18. NIXON, SDi t, . ct Surveyor. District Soalrvol y O,8oe, Bnalla, May 31,:1872..

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GENERAL SUMMARY. London. April 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

O]QNERAL SUMMARY. London April 10. The Aualralian March, mall .jd Brindisi WI delivered cn Monday.'. English publio opinion is totally against the policy of the Sydney P?remlor, - and Lord Belmore's 'onduot 'is regarded with 'grave disapprobation. The Daily Teslgrqph treats Sir. James Martin's discomflture as a punish. ment'for his disparaging remarks about lir, Gladstone; as being the arch destroyer of. the empire. The Spectator thinks the dispute will h'asten colonial federation, and perhaps cost'New South Wales a valuable' province., Captain Coote; with a staff of engineers and contractors, for tboTasemanian Railway, are passengers l'y' the mail. 'At a public dinner before leaving England,' Captain Coote'was'presented with a watch. -An in teresting letter, appeared in the !imtes of the 18th, by Mr. S. F. Kelsey, on steam comma. nication vid Torres Straits.' It is expected that the French lMail Company will take up this route 'for Caledonia. Mr Liardet proposes Fort Darwin as the ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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THE LATE BAZAAR. To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

THE LATE BAZAAtR. To the Editor of Ithe N.ortheastern Enign.. Sir,-As many persons may be anxious to sacertain-the several amounts received at the late bazaar and Bruce auction in connection with the, Presbyterian' church, the following are the proceeds as nearly as possible: Misoa P1'Eachern, Misse Bond, ''and''Mrs. Sharpo's stall ... £i117 12 7 Mlrs. Lamrook, Mrs. Murdoch, and Misses M'Dougall'e stall... 78 0 7 MIrs. Barlow's refreshment stall ,-... 5: 12 ' 0 Qruco Auction ... .. 45 7 0 Concert ... ... .... 13 8 9 -Total . ..260 i1 After- paying off the debt 'due on the manse,,and .the expenses,. which- areivery small indeed, the committee wvill be-'plaoed in the very agreeable position of having over £100 at their, disposal. I would take this opportunityon ..behalf of the committee of, management, to return our most sincere thanks to the stallholders for ;the. great amount of pains and 'trouble to which they went, and not alone the trouble, .but the ex penses too which they incur...

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