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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

?' 1TO ADVDERTISERS. " Advertioements cannot .be withdrawn before tho, time expires for.which lthey.havo :been ordered, In cases wliero:thi numbler of inser tiosis i not specified the advertisements will be sinoerted till countermanded, and chargedl ac cordingly .,Quarterly advertisements will bl continuously insorted unless a written order to stop them is sente.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, May 30. (Before Mr W. Butler, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

WVANGARA.TTA POLICE COURT. .Thunrdny,Mlay .0.';'? '-.! " T r y ) (Before iMr WV. Butler; P.M.),-= Mary Duilop?i wa 'charged byI Robert Dunlop'with ustng insultinglanguage with-intent to provokoe 'a.breah of the peace. -" SMr Norton, for the complainant, stated that ho did not wish to pres tho.elmoargo.._:,r .t; .: " The defendant did not appear, and the ]Bench ordered her recognizanceesto'bo forfeited":'t ? James King was charged with threatening to kil:his wife, Jane King. Mfr Norton for the cemplnta. - i The case was proved, and Ithe defendant was bound over in two sureties of £25 each, na'nddition to his own surety for £50, to keep the peace for six months.; Joseph Allworkv Cain,'Da rpele, andt Co.- Work and labour done, £1 IO. ",fr lamont for the defend. ante. The case was dismissed without costa. , W. Charlton v Grimshaw-1Uso and hire o a reaping machine, £5 5s. Mr Noteutt for plaintiff. Order for amount, with £1 6s costs. G. Carter v F. C. Michell-Aanault. hrLIamont for defend...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

TO CQRRESPONDENTS. 'n conmunication will under any circum. * o{nces bi inserted uiles. authenticated by the real name and address of the writer, not ne¢ce .srilye for pAblication, ut . as a guarantee of good faiith;

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A MAJORITY OF FIVE. To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

A 1iArAOlRITY OF:FIVE.. it'ri :To thc Edilorof Lthe NortA.eastern oEsign . l( ; Sir,-By your special issue of this morning it appears the Duffy Ministry havo been defeated by a majority of five on the want of confidenco' motion. " How this in. 'eilgnficantmajority was wlipped together I am not going to deal, but I would say to the electors of this and every othei~ country distriet, be up and stirring, or you will *be tricked into a Government with a squatter for its head, another at the Laeids, a' Free-trader at the Cuatoms, and. a' angton in the Treasury, thenthe Australian policy introduced by the Duffy Ministry will become a thing of the past, and that good old policy that will make the rich richer and the poor, poorer, be theib oidor of tho dayentil, iperhaps; another Quieting of Titles Bill is passed, and the Electoral Reform Bill inslefinitely 'postponed, with several.other "measures having for their object the settlement and opening up of Australia Pelix, and making it a coun...

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MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

aMANSIEL? SKThE dOUNOIL T hlThibedy mest n Wednes?ay 29th May, at the Shire I all;, pro t,it EJ. ,Pi 1e i nid. Cre Kitchen and SOn ,te motion of. Cr lKitten, r Kelly, of the Alex.i andra ghiro' Council,o 'waskedto take a set at the Connciltable, the President. observing that of comurs he an would take no part in the proceedings. ti The mianteesof the previous meetings were. rc'nand' H conafirmedned ,. Tendcrad were opend for the construction of a foot. th path in Highett-streot lad improvement in High.stree t i Hest..- Blegley, £149 ItRichard Lsghtfoot, £180 Q°m; IIfrford, £159; John Pbrrest, £138. The tender of bt Mr Forrest was accepted, ' of The other work advertised.was lunilding a b ige at :Brack's,R"Thec wero' notender:s;W -r""""^ý r Cr Kitchen said all the Council would allow would be £400; according to the specification it would cost. £700, £800, or £1,000. dr Cr iN ooy said that contractors would not tender re because they could not according to the specification a build th...

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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. June 3. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

SWýANGARALTTA CO 10ER.IfC1LLB EPO0RT I oT, per o i.. -£14 o0 0 to i 16 0 0. ,Buttor, per lb ..... 0 0 0 0 1 . Sggso, per dosen... . 01 0 w r.''.', ., BeoAL ,JOfld3.'3 , rCFlou?r;np .prtn ....614 0 O0to£] 0 0 ,,BPollar do 0 0 0 0... 1 -9 Bra?, do .. 00. 0 0 Oat, do .. ..O 0 0 0 .2 ,

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

'MELBOURNE PRODUCE MAlRKE.iK "F . iMessrsa.Caw;Adamsoo, and Co report forf the week.ondinog Maiy 29, 1872: We have to report an Improvemont in-prices; both for broadstuffs ard feedini grains. At our ;sale to-day £15 12, Gd, wa offered for Wiuga Srattta louri ordinary sainples ofýmilling wheat brought 6141 to 6d 61; a prime lot of northern 4'." realised 7s.Id; Inferior and low milling quality ' ranged from's48 Odtso s 81. . . Goobd, qility feed oats.were freely taken up at S3s to 3 2d, whill 3s31,was offered and refused , for,a,fino.heavy millinig parcel .We noto a dotter demand for maize it inliroved rate, no ' god soudd: ?iipmenta being obtainable iader S 3s2J to3el3d.;,,.. ,Dairy prduce of good qualityjis In ative in qu' q?? and:tlhe supply sof uch not naarly .oqual S o the demand. Sr Be'lor w give details, reeultBiof actl saleo lo ur, tn . £14 17 6 to ?15 10 0 l . 'Ml, ii erbuhol , ,0:.0 .0 .0 0 0 0 Wheat, do '-"0 4 6 0 7 4 ,..? , eiyo .; ' 000 0 00 0 , ' Oafe'd, do '..' - 0 03: ...

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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. May 31. MR. E. MOOREY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

M -ANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAIR SE. Mone S -olm MAlo. I Mfoori'd REPOTT. 'Flour, per ton.. .. o,. £0 0 0 to X10 iO 0 \?GChlf do . .. 4 0 0 '50 0 S.Wloat, per bushel ... 0 5 6 -0 6 0 S.Eacon; per"?,..."'-. 0 0 8 S' iRouter'(friioh) p er'lb" :-;0 n0 *-1; -.0 .1 O1 ' ggper' dozenl .'' 0 m0 9 '"

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BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, May 29. (Before Messrs. Sharpe and M'Kellar.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

ENfTALLA :,OLICE COULT. (Before Messre. Sharpe and ?lfollar.) William Smith was brought up on iremnd charged with uttering a valueless cheque in Bcnalla. Sergeant Whelan said he was in communication with the Inspector.oenoerl of Police in' Sydney,'who had written to say that the manager of the bank at Casinoj New South Wales, could not come till he wasrelieved. Ie'thorefore naked for a further remandd for eight days; which was granted.' . ! s.. f..i Johnny Sueo O'eUalley :Welch-A summons to re= cover a coat alleged to have been stolen from plaintiff (a Chiiaman) by defeaiidati. ; :': Plaintiff having been sworn by lowing out a match't said that on the previous Wednesdoy, week. ho..went l'to the Chinaman's garden, Benall,'and fouund Welch with hbis cant on. It was his coat;.and was worth2is. . Richard Cain was called, but'said he could hot swew v Welch said be had lostelothes from Cain's hotel, and the'coat'as amoiegst he rest. Mrs Cherry said Welch was liing with her.., The Chinaman...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. LATE SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. London, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

:, (BY? ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.). ,LATE SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. London, April25. Gl :rladstne's Cabinetestakes its existence upon :the ithe rejection of., Mr Fawcett's Dublin University Bill. , Lord Mayo was interred at Dublin.: " The Tiobhborne claimant was bailed out on the 20th.' The trial for perjury commences in November. Australian witnesses are re 'Tho y.hington ,Cabinet maintains the r.: 1rDis i eli intends to call the attention of the Honsesof Coimmons to. th whole sub jest. teWol"sb The report of the cruise of the' ocsario has `been presented to Parliament. May 4. The Washington Cabinet does not with draw the indirect claims, but agrees not to demand pecuniary compensation if E·igland will undertake to relieve America of similar liabilities in the future. A settlement of the dispute on this' basis is probable., The Ame . ,'rican Press opposes it. ,Mr Horace. Greeley hias been nominated for the-Presidency-of the United States. A Carlist rising in Spain is assuming for midable propor...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

'O THE2 EDITOR OF TBEE NORT. EdATERJly ENSIGZjv: Sir,-I_ recently visited Mansfield and amn lad to see that tho popiulation, seems to be. nireasing. 'More resideaces are goiing up, tnd to show that the ornamental is not ean. tirely absorbed in the useful we are to- have. ligh.street planited withltrees. : SIt'i with itenseo satisfaction I perceive that the Mansfield Common School is seon likely to become an established feeat with the. extra' concomitant in .the: shape. of a nev - building. Although the great Pengandarum of Mansfield has, shirked his responsibilitic? in connection with this inatitutioni.and hasa it'las-tt away"fiomn that with which he. had no sympathy, I rejoice to see that the. determined energy of Mr.. Martin,. the eaor- respondent, combined with the assistance of an honest and well-meaning. eommittee, is now .aboiut to lie rewaidedt een' galub. etantial and permanent saltfoltsouse erected.. Thesitetreservod for the school.is t?,acres close to the Church of England...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

rEEOH PORTH-Impoundod at Bchworlh B?y horse, 9 near shoulder, spot on foreoa d Black horse foel,;on.brand) /:/., i : boons horse, heavy draught, WS near shoulder -To be sold on 5thl-Jine. E NA'LL .Impoo dedat Bunalla,'lt May -Trespass 3a each - ,... ,-. Orryeobhgeldl'g, Ionme collar markd PF ove 7 near shoulder':' ?: :'0'.', Oheaout mare, has hada.istula,, white spotas on back, RY near shoulder, lilie RY off ishoulder 'i:. 0n 4th'rlay--Trespass 3d 'each!' Bro~orn snare,star; eolla5,markedi .RR copjoined S(ttihe firt IR tniioi~dthe left),' ovorEG 'or'EG near shoulder, G" ee iuini ' ~t h Chesnut cob gelding, off hip down, off hind leg ".?'hite,' like*.)"( off ,eh uidor . ., 8 ;.' . Dark bay gelding, white hairs through body, side of head white, hllitobelly,fodir white logs, 11 ,tihd'ile'lgibllbraid near'shohldderl. ';: . On 5th May--Trespnsa 2s Dark grey gelding, hiod'lg9 whitle, T cear neck b''o he sold on 5th June. BOWMAN'S FOREST-1mpoiioded at Beech woith Shiri.PEound,)16th Alay.. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

,ALEX&NDA-I-mpounded at Alexandra Grey mare, near fore'foot lame,' likeP near shoul. Black entire foal, star, no brands Bay' cob, three white feet, star and snip, J3W near shoulder,' 5 near thigh To be sold on 26th June.. BENALLA-Impounded at Bonallo, 22nd Alay -Trespaaa d ... . : Brown golding star, near, hind pastern white, :illegible brandand R off shoulder., , .'. To be sold ou'20th Jiune. I M UROHISON-Impbonded ..at blurchison, 2•7 th M ay .':; .". , . Black horse, both hips down, WS nearshoulder, S33(square top)'off' houldor '. To he sold on 26th June. Iloflowiy's ills' the" GrGaetest Y Wonder of modern times.-They correct bile, prevent flatulnecy, cleanse the liver, purify the system, renovate the debilitated, strengthen the stomach, increase the appetite, Invigorate the nerves, promote health, and reinstate the weak to an ardour of feeling never before experienced. The extraordinary daily sales of these anvaluable Pills, in all parts of the globe, astonish 'everybody...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

EGS8 to Inform the inhabitants of Benalla:tbat through illness he has been unable':to be in Benalla as announced, and in coneoquenco' of having to visit another district will not be in the Benalla district till about August...'. Notide'of Applicationfd6r" . trasfi? 'f a Licence.'`; I JOSEPH 01ERRY; 'hereby "give notice 1 'that I. intend to'apply to: the, Licensing Bench sitting at Benalla on Tuesday, 11th June, 1879, to transfer the wino licence 'held by me from my house in Arundelstreet :to a new house adjoining the Railway Bridge, to be knownr as the Railway.Brlidge Inn. . Dated the 3rd June, 1872, . JOSEPHK 0IERRY. SNotice .of Application for a ,Win :,Licence.,0: T JANE O'MALLBEY WELSI, hereby give S''neotie that Idesiro to obtain and will "at !the'next licensing meeootig apply: for c nbe Licenoeefor a'heusee situatc' n 'Arundelostreot, dlensllal; containing, esix rooms, ,exclusive' ofb those required for the use of the family;t Tohbe calledthe Rose of Australia Inn,'t " l.i ,,',...

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CON DOYLE'S IDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

CON DOYLE'S IDAYS. oB me soukina Binala is a warm splot, ' tan'dril;deh( anothur place for ruckshuns is thre tcounth. " Con"--ss mo ould wooman to mo lfst FPiiday moeiti -" Con, go down to Biddy Mahony's fora.loan d't o Ininc, at'll we see all about KownsellorKiui k an thb Inginear." So away I wint-an' be the'sam, token 'twas a kowld, froshty mornin' too--an' got tho pIpur; but save tho'oird was there in it a.tall.a.tall about the, konflikt, an' we wow intirelyj bthered- t!o'ettlth'ol; bottom of the matther; but tho. ouldJ looman gavo mo a tRethn r or tnto tospirnd ine the town and Afnd' outtne purticklers of the coort scene-for wimmin are more kurius in sich, matthers thad ( in' " An'" I finitT'thia besides gettin' the father of a batin', Misther Klark had ,to pay a ginnio Into coort.Ie j gort' Mitherlftownis must har 'sum Irish blud in him to be abol to flure his man in the kownsel an' in. the ooort. My iday, thin,: is-that fitemn laaw are two ad things: one is ba for the Is, the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

P" P shd o ? 2c .day•and Fridays. TUESDAY, j:'*UNE 4, 1872. The infallible remedy for scab advertised as. being Dr. Rowe 's invention is a matter which at the present moment is occupying the atten tion of the pastoral community and exciting no little interest. It appears that several squatters deeming that the real invention, as far as all practical purposes were concerned, belonged to Mr: Ewen, Tolmie, of Dueran, have determined to present that, gentleman with a testimonial. No sooner does this fact become known through the columns of the Economist than the gentleman of the " Infal lable Remedy"' thinks fit to write a letter telling the public, what in plain English is, that Mr. Ewan Tolmie is about to receive a testimonial that he is not entitled to, and that, in fact, he is an impostesr.," We should have thought that Dr. Rowe would have seen that this aknowledgment to Mr. Tolmie is pro posed by those who have become thoroughly acquainted with the dispute which has ex isted about ...

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LAND COMMISSION AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 June 1872

LAND COMMISSION AT BENALLA. A local land board was held in the Court- house, Benalla, on Friday last, the members present being, Mr Butler, P.M. (in the chair), Mr Nixon, D.S.; Mr Sharpe, P.B.S.C.; and Mr J. A. Brown, P.O.S.O. The following applications were dealt with :— EAST OF ARCADIA. Denis Hurley, 240a ; recommended. BENALLA:     Richard Peard Boger, 320a ; recommended to include the road. BOOSEY. Gideon R. McPherson, 320a; recom- mended.     DEVENISH. John Cain, 60a; recommended.   DOOKIE.   John Tracy, 80a ; recommended. Hugh Finerty, 167a; recommended.   Patrick Doyle, 40a .recommended.   GRETA. Duncan Beauchop, 60a; refused, the land being held by another man named Ross. GLENROWEN. H. J. Reynolds, 112a. The District Sur- veyor said the application interfered with the railway, but the board recommended it. Wm. Cain, 200a; recommended. LACEBY. William Marshall, 80a, recomme...

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SHEAN'S CREEK. Monday, 3rd June. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872

"? " * SHEAN'S ClEEIK. (moat ouiB Owr COnBEsrPONDiE.) " . . ? . v Monday, 3rdTune. Now that the. North-eastern-,Railway s a realit?: iid. is coaiingf so closo to use the subject of what corops should be sown is a frequent one for diecussion amongst the farm. ere.. Hitherto owing to the trafflo upon; the main road there has always been a good mar ket for oats and chaff, but as, the waggoners will eooti become things:of the:past, many of the producers ale of opinion. that it will be inecessiry' to~giro? in're in. accordaricoLwith the demands of theMelbourne :market; and that for the future the sale of produce~ in Euroa " will, become small by';degrees and beautifully less." Thist there will be a great change there can be no questioni, anid, if for the.better timo alone 'can: tell.-: One :effect resulting from the construction .of railwaysl willybe to. increases the: importance of the ogricultural districts oontiguous to the town. shilis,' while the townships tlaemselvis, par tioularly...

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MUSIC IN MELBOURNE. June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872

MIUSIC IN~.MELBOURNE:' - (TROY Ose L e OWN COnRRESPONDET.) m : " " i · " " une 8. Tile concert season is now'in its full glory: To give. notices of aol the concerts 'that have'taken 'place since the Queen's birthday would be quite out of the power of your correspondent. Every candidate for notoriety in the musical world who can afford the risk of giving a concert does so at this period of the year, and as these concerts are invariably benefit ones, some special attraction is necessary. The programme of the one given by Madame Carandini and her cloverrdaughtera at the Town Hall on Friday presented iuech features of interest that it is no wonder it secured for them a large and demonstrative nudience. The other singers, in addition to Madame and her dioughters,. were Mrs. Coutter, Signor Susini, 1Mr. Goidon,' cad Mr. Walter Sherwtin: The instrumentalists were Signor Giorza, Mr. Jlius Siedeo, and Mr. David Lee. At' theTown Hall, Richmond, the audience assembled to appreciate Mr. Rainfor...

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