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THE STORY OF THE ALABAMA'S ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
THE STORY OF THE ALABAMA'S ESCAPE. The'following epitome 'of facts connected with the sailing of theAlabama from ourshoies a may serve to refresh the reader's memory. Itwas on June 24, 1862, that our Govern meat first received information from Mfr Adams that the Alabama wais being built for. warlike purposes, and that she was probably designed for the Coofederate service.: The .* Custom House officers at, Liverpool were at once ordered' to watch, her closely,'and the 'American Consul at that port was requested to produce any.evidence he could get as ito the destination of ,the vessel.. :.It ,was~ not until July 21 that the: consul :obtained 'any ' evidence sutfflieitly reliable to 'ground an information upon. He embodied this evi dence in some affidavits which' were placed in the hands of the collector' at Liverpool. These affidavits were transmitted, on'July 22, to the Board of Customs in London, with a request that immediate instrnuctions should I be sent by telegraph to Liverpool...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
TO .ADVERTISERS. -Aidrertisements cannot be withdrawn before the tille expires for which they have been orr?ied. In cases where the number of inser tirns is not specified the advertisements will be insrted till countermanded, and charged ne noldin?ly, Quarterly advertisements will be emn:inously inserted unless a written order to s'e, them is sent.
MELBOURNE. June 4. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
.MELBOURDNE. (rnOONOUR o WN fOOOOESPONDEOT.) Jiune 4. iTo dicsolvo or not appears tobo the question of the day, and public meetings, in' favour of Mr. Duffy and dissolutioniarobelng held in.nallparts, both in thoe city and surrounding munieipalities. Singular to say, the most boisterous speakers at these gatherings at defeated candidates at the late elections, who are evidently on the oi vire to have anothier chance of grasping at, the loaves and fishes. Whether the pressure that is being brought to bear on His Excellency (more especially from country districts) will have any effect is a difficult pro. bleoatosolve; but it is evident that Mr. Duffy has not got it all his own way. This evening, when the House meets, the public will be enlightened is to. the oevents which have transpired since the adlverse vote inthoe As sembly was given. It has been whispered that the Chief Secretaryis casting alonging, eye on the offico of Agent-General in London, and is endeavouring to keep his Min...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, June 3. (Before Mr. Butler, P.M., and the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
WANGALA.TTA1. POLICE COURT. , Monday, June 3. (Before Mr. Butler, P.M., and the Mayor.) William Roberts, who was accused of being.drun! and disorderly, was discharged. John Sinclair was brought up for being drunk an breaking a window at the Bull's Head Hotel, Wanga ratt. ' With respect to the drunkenness, he was dis charged, but ordered to pay 12s.. for the window, wit 5s. costs, or go to gaol for three days. .' - Peter Smith was charged with maliciously woundin John Ross. The prosecutor deposed that he was employed on th railway works at the Three-mile Creek. Knew tih prisoner. About half-past 0 o'clock on the night of th let of June lie was in the tent of one Gray, a subcon tractor on the line. The prisoner was outside, swearin that he would fight any man. Prosecutor walked ou of Gray's tent and went to his own. Saw the prisone at the camp fire, and aid to him, "Why do you mak a noise disturbing us I" lie replied, "What the h do you want, who are you I" Prosecutor then said you ha...
PROPOSED CONTINUATION OF THE SCAB ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
PROPOSED CONTINUATION OF THE SC0AB ACT. , 'I *A meeting of sheepowners of the Beenalla distrcl-wa held at M'Nally's hotel on Wednesday, the tIth of June, on the subject of the Scab Act. Thoro wer e 'present Mesers M'Boean J. W. M'Kellar, Thomas .Turnbull%; James Turnbull, Murphy, and M'Enchern, scab:inspeo tor. The chair was occupied by Mr. M'Bean. The object of the meeting was to consider a resolution to be submitted to a meeting of sheepowners to be held on, 12th June, at Scott's hotel, Melbourne. The resolution was to the following. effect:-That in the-opinion of the meeting the Honourable AMr. Vale's offer should be .c cepted conditionally, that the leading conditions of whiic'should be the election of directors by the sheep. owners, and the nomination for, appointmcentand sus. pension of the district inseectorslby thol directors. A letter was read from Mr. E. C:Dunn, the chairman of the Benalla Board of Advice, saying that the state of the roads and the bad weather prevented hi...
ROUNDABOUT PAPERS. No. I. To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
ROUNDABOUT PAPERS. . No. I. . i To the Editor of the Northeasternn Esign. Sir, -I should like to enlist the aid of your powerful journal in the promotion of circulating libraries in country districts. To any one who has a taste for read. ing it is a very great hardship not to be ablo to obtain the necessary mental pabulum. I might mention a asea in point. Being of an intellectual turn of mind. I recently walked a distance of three miles to. obtain' the promised.jots of same books-from a.friond. On robuhing his domicile heo'greeted me with ansmile, and. from the dark recess of some mysterious nook banded me two books, an inch thick with dust... Not minding that, I eagerly grasped the coveted treasures; but what do you think I found them to be I One was "Tohe Gardeon of the Soul," and the other Byron's "Don Juan." The first is generally road by pious people (and I'm not one of them sort), nod the other by thn't class of young ladies who, while they decline to read trashy novels, take ...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
RId.l'OURNE PRODUCHE 3MARKET. V....r o 3?w, Ada?mnn, and Oo report for ti,. '.-ek ending May 29, 1872: IBo V; we give dotailo, results of aoluIl «aleB "'o.n. er ton ... £14 17 6 to £15 10 0 11 r., per blusel ... 0 0 0 0 0 W..I do' . 0 4 6 0 7 )j ei'l-. do .. 0 0 0 0 0 00t.e,., do .. 0 2 10 0 3 2. (revy Pw.n, do ... 0 00 3 3 Ii?.ý -. ed,perenntal. do O. 0 0 .0 0 0 D). It ',ie do ... 0 4 0 0O 4 6 H ..... do 0.. 00 0 L Of 'I)~ b.l.l ,o ..: 1 ' (0 , 1 1 " a Io. l.,ixed, pe.on 0 '0 0 0 0 0 )'..,,,.. ln ..... 00 0 0 , 0 0 0 it,..,,, er lb . 00 3 00 7O S..d . ... 00 0 010 CI..ir, do ;. 0 2 00 6 '?II., ,otted, dt ... 0 0 64 0 1 (I l).. '..hdo ... 1 1 . 0 1 * .... , do ' . 0 0 3, 0 0. 4 Ip. i.. p..rdozen... 0 0 0 2 2j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
. , Lt SHIRE ,OF BENALLA. Notice of Extraordinary Election FUR TuH South-east Riding. I t E IIE i l:Y IV C NOTI C' that an LXTI AOI) DJNARFY' LECTIUN Will be bhold ori Saturday, the 22nd .da''" of June, Inst., to fill the vowanuy in the Council o the Shire of Bonnula cttnedI by the re.lination of Cr Slineso, in the South-esrt Riding" off'ilteShire?. And all Oandidates -for such election ore re required to be Nominated at the office of the Council, Bridge-street; Benalia, between tho hours of Ten o'olock.in the forenoon and Four o'clock Ti in the afternoon, on some day (to be cmiled the day of nomination) being not less than four nor more than seven days from the date hereof. And I fix WEDNESDAY. the 12th day of JUNE inst., as the day of N'omination for such Election. GEORGE SHARPE, President. Dated this 7th day of June, 1872. UI-- r fi r, masum -Nr3-ggs, D, R E.S S A, K E R, ARUNDEL STREET, BENALLA. EOS to inform thetLadies.of Benalla and the surrounding district that she has COMIM1...
DEMONSTRATION AT BENALLA IN FAVOUR OF THE DUFFY MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
DEMONSTRATION ,ATBENALLA SIN FAVOUR OFTH'E DUFFYr. MINIS. t " :TRY: -: I j:. S rAieetl eonvenedby? plaesrd'wae, held " .at, Mr. M'Nally's ?Benai a Hotel,?n. Donday ' evening, for the purpose of condemning the t fatitiols; opposition: to:: the Duffy '.Ministry fi iand t: titioning the- Governor to, grant a I dissolution of Parliamet.' Tiougll thenight t] was very daik ,and the rain was pouring in d torrents about 150 persons attended, from in a and around :Benalla ; andd there is no doubt, b had the Weather :boen at all favourable, the g meeting would have been a monster one. 0 The Inrge roomb ofithe Bonalla' Hotel was at a first thouglit to b'e sufliciently large to hold the numberi'whol'oatteaded, but 'a move to' .the billiard room was ?made, whenit" was found .that that: place.was 'equally' full, and ti proceedings commenced in the; large, room., When thie room was filled till:it could hold t no more and everything was quiet; on the I moiion ofMr MByraes, M Ir Sharps was elected f...
DISRUPTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
DISRUPTION, OF. THE INTERi.. NATIONAL. -A large meeting of the seceding members of the Interntiional :was held at the Black Sw*in, Leicester.square, on' April 14,1for' the purpose of protesting against the unchon stitutiooal conduct in the-management of the International, and also for, taking means to expose to the world the shallowness of its pretensions, and to propose a vote of want of confidenca in the general secretary and some of'the principal of the dogmatic and dictatorial leaders. - The chair was taken by Mr .ichards, and the meeting was ad. dressed. by.a number of soceding members from the French, German, and British seeo tions. A long list of resolutions was sulb mitted to the meuting, arraigning the'r nim agenment on some of its most vital points. The charges embraced alleged dictatorial ind' insulting conduct; collections of money from the working' classes' for a period of'six years, wiihout proper, accounts being ren dered. There were also;protests against the bye-laws...
THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
*' Pua)Aftld on T isifn$u end FSdedye FRIIDAY, JUNE .7",' 1872. Ir wi\pld seem that the lrophecy of, Mr. )rrrr has come to pass, and that he is ' ttiiked out of office," theo Liberal cause thrown back, measures;that the country np. povo?e are set on one side, and this because a rather obstinato old nobleman takes a peculiar view of his constitutional position. Viscount C.r.?snnay seems as if-he-were afraid to look the minisi boldly in the face, and because the Metlirne press and the "upper ten" are a?,dnst a dissolution it" is not to be granted. 'We wonder whether His Excellency thinks that E:trl DBEL3tLoas' conduct hen Governor of 2-.,q South Wales, and which is deservedly hIoi.'d, is a reason why he did not grant the *lisensihion. The two cases are diametrically eppo?.dl to each other. With respect to the lti'ter duties question the feeling of the As-: Fembiy and of the .country wns against the policy of Sir JAEr.s MAToN . Here, although sao unworkable majority of five has declare...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
IMPOUNDINGS. ALEXNDBA--Impounded at Alexandra Grey mare, near fore foot lame, like P near shoul Black entire foal, star, no brands ,y cob, ithree white feet, star-and soip,' JW S = near shoulder, ' near thigh-- ' To be.solden 21th June.--r-- r BENALLA=Impoudedodat Benalls, 9th May Trespass 3d each SBlack mare,., over t near shoulder.,; r • Bsv geldling, black points; AS 'near shoulder, S 8 near oheek'iX -,.:? ?; - i :" S To-be sod on 12th June. ] ENALLA-Impounaded asBeanla, 22nd May -Trespass 3d_ 'e, Brown golding star, near' hind pastern white, illegible brand and I otf shoulder. To be sold• on 26th" June. M UROLISON-Impounded at Mlurchison, Black horse, bothbipsdown, WS' near shouldeor, 33 (sqia:d:top) off shoulder To be sold on 21th June. - 0OWMAN'SFOREST-lnpouuded iltBcch worth' Shire Poidid, 16th M oay d Irown colt. small star, like.DW-near shoulder To be soldodl i h 9h June., !. OXLEY-Impounded at Ozloy, 13th Aay i" Trespass ls'6d ' : ` '' White stag pbullock, small slit off e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
m r:, -"-WA'NGARATTA AND MANSFIELD,: - ,, Give the c highet?'price for:. W EAT, and have , LOUR, iBRAN, and POLLARD for: Ple. MELBOURNE HOUS E. 4A -I 1r (Late Cahn and Loebe). SUMMER G OODS. - OA N begs to inform the inhabitants of Mansfield and the dietriot that he has just received * a supply of SUPERIORR SUIIER GOODS, embracing all the Novelties ot the Season; ' ... . "TOGETHER WIr" £300 'worth of. Splendid Colonial Jewellory. N.B.--A"First-class MILLINER and DRESSMAKER has been engaged. It. WAL ER, :HIGH STREET, MANSFIELD. The very Best Lzquors of Even U Description, HOTOSH AND C O@ L@9AL ALES. Good Stabling' GE ORGE S H ARPE, ST EA1M Y FL.OLII 1P U iIL L BENALLA, HAS FLOUR, !BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON .HAND. WBEAT BOUGB2 IN ANY QUANTlTIE8. BENALLA STEAM .SAW MILLS. TIE above Saw Mills are now complete and in full working order. All orders executed with promptitude and dispatch. J. C. Sv M MERS, p R 0 P B I E T 0 R. PRINTING AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE Bridge Street, Benalla. STAT...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, May 29. (Before Mr. R. M'Bean.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 7 June 1872
]ENALLA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, May 29. (Before Mr. R. M\'Bean.) Duncan M'Caskill was charged with being illegally on the premises of Mr Liston on the previous night, with intent to commit a felony. Constable Brennan knew the prisoner, who was found by Mr Liston on his premises about Christmas. He found him on Mr Liston's premises between 11 and 12 the previous night, and from information received he suspected him of being concerned in the robbery at the Liverpool Arms.. Something disturbed the prisoner, who had a horse which prisoner claimed. He could give no satisfactory account of himself, and could not prduce a receipt for the horse. Gordon Willis swore to seeing prisoner at Mr Liston's back door the previous night. Saw the horse which was saddled ready. John Liston swore to prisoner having:been on his premises about Christmas on two occasions. Prisoner had nothing to say, and was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment in Beechworth Gaol, with hard labour. Prisoner was then charg...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 June 1872
TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before" the time expires for;which'they haove been ordered. In cases where the number of inser tions is not specified the advertisements will be inserted till cointermanded, and charged ac cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously inserted unless a written order to stop them is sent. n ' a ai i r