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NORTH OVENS SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 June 1872

NORTH OVENS :SHIRE-COUNOIL. An adjourned meeting of tieabovo body was heldý'o Wediteday, th'ef~th "inei Pre0 sent, the'e?,i ident (il the ebhir) 'nod Cir ;pink, Parfit, Blaikie, EverittiNolii, Reid, and Perfitt-. j " The miniutes of the previous, meeting were read and conflrmed. COaRESPONDENCE. 'Tbhe iiw"a d oorreipondence. since last' meeting was 'read ?n' dealt with as fol. lows :- - From the Recistrar General's office, for. ,waring the agricultural statistics of Victoria for 1871 72.'= No" aotidiC_ ._r -ta From the Hoads and Bridges office, in reference to a letter frt(ii()the Countil, dated 8th May, concerning roa rl on the _ mairt road between?.VWangaratta and Beech. worth, and direotin ua?tention' to the Gazette of the 17th May. Ni action. From the Railways and Roads depart. meat, as to tie alteration of 'the boundaries of the hlire,'and informing the Ocuncil that tlhe ..inspoctif ain eineer,,was instructed to supply the egiqured technical descriptions, bht he tIad been detain...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 June 1872

WVAINGACRATTA 1OSP.1TAL. A mooting of te comm itte?i of the above institution ,Was hld tfathe Cou Cham on Thursday evening, h :Present fthe President (Mr Docker), anid. Meesra Dunphy, Johnstoine Tone, Wilson, iButler, P.M., the YeVerabloe thoArchdcacon Tucker, and Father Egan. Thie minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. PFron?poie station informing tl?'e 'committe that an 'aboriginal named Charlotte had been arrested by the police in a dying stato on the Oxley.road; and the police had made application to several members of the committee for her admission into'the hospital, butthe application wasrl'efused, on the gronaiids that she was an aboriginal;- it also enclosed a communication from the Chief Commissioner on the subject, rand naked for further information on the matter. '.Th Venerable the Archdeacon called .attentionto, the fact that aboriginals were cared forby the Govern ment, and were to be taken up and attended to in I case of sickness. M l[r Butler siubmi...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHEASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 June 1872

TO TI2 EDITOzR COF ?TR1E3 NZORITi • BASER?RN ENSION. Sir, -I sa? not surprised that the Mfanofield uar dian of tht 8th inst. should contain some iest-l ha. mion falsblods respr'iig therinouiry Itelylnll l,Qo Ifr: iSupnrhoentolet' Reld. for tihterfcring r'wlth Mr~ I Sherribo inisuing awarrant,in the assault caso of Tilt, "v. Higeninn It' is 'said I w;rote sitriilous'atiieles?of Hageman.: alsohood No. 1. It was proved on the trial I did 4bt write tlheorticl?ewhioh~rcdused tliiTeso, Sault. It iii then said that HaFIgoman succeeded mon 00 secretary" fto the' hosidtal. Falsehood No '. "It was` Mr. Molynlmx,'who held :tho, appointment for three months after I left. When that gentleman did not re. turn from ~pps Land I ug?tOfto Hle dgcinan t?o'stand as ccrretar m~eaning to apply for the collectorshipomy elf." Hg adn handed, me in his applintion for secrn.! taryl andt n another for the collectorship. ?:Thinking he wis untirly applying for' the two offices; I, fiveo minutes beflro the commit...

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 — 11 June 1872

7o TIE rEDITOR OF TILE NOfRoT. £ASTERIN AWSI Y. Sir,-And after all they are going to entertain him I This note of admiration is intended for the promoters. Now, Sir, I would like to know the meaning of this movement. Go whero'I may, a circularis thrust into my hands, with "IHave you seen' this I' This circular says that the friends and admirers have decided, or'aro intending to, &c. I would like to know what for. Is it for scheming underhandedly and depriving the town. ship of the only bit of good lad they had for coammon. agel Is it for saying he would worleotevery =-i farmer out of the district before he had finihel with them l Is it for the mereilemsssystEm of lmpoudding he has carried on for years Is itbeeausehe-pro. pounded a banking scheme (local' in 2,Q shares, capital £00000 urilitlled ? Or is it ibeiise he threatened- to impart a zest to newspaper literatureo by startisngoneo for nothing per annum, the payments to be made quar terly I Still, there is much to be admi...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 June 1872

iA GARATTA;00 IJM1ERCIAI RiPORT. hi;r,per to ...£ 14 0 oto £1, 0 0 Whent; per bn shel 0 - 0 0' 6 "1.,,p do ... 0 0 0 0 2 6 , doy £ 00r 0 ,. 0,10 P I?,,?r d do '; `?0? 0 -'00 " ' l' 0 letter, ;per Ih 0 0 0 : 0 1 .60 Ku.qs peredozan d e 0" ::0 0 0 1 0 Flour, per tonn £15 10 0 to £10 0 0 t bheat, per huooel 0. 6 0 0 6 0 .died 0o .. 0 0 0 0 1 '0 Illnl r dO 0 0 0 0 '0 i~~tstsý0 do 2 0l. 0

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. June 9. MR. R. MOORFY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 June 1872

• 1'1i.1aNSFILDrPRODU O IRCULA.R. Jone 9. S,,-. Mooni a' RroRT.F - enri p-pr tonh? ... O 0 0 t0 o £16 0 0 ( itL do . 4 .0 '0 0 0 .o phetr phu h . O ;0 -0 6- 0 nts,; do f 0- <'-- 2.-3 0 12 6 Bc?ton; per A.. 0 . 'o 8d L 0 I 0 I:tter (trelO) pear lb 0r0 9 i 1 0. J.:gg'?per doaene . " . 0 09 O 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 June 1872

F + ' IMPOUNDINGS. LEX 'NDR'-Impounidedat Alexandra Grey mare, 'eao:i 'rb'foot imeo, like P near shoul; der Black entire foal, star, no brands Bay'.coh" three white feet, star' and ?nip, JW To beosold on 2Oth'June.'; ' ENALLA--Impounded at Benalla, 9'h May D Trespass 3d each r Blank mare, T over, t near shoulder, '` Bay, gelding,; black points, AS. near shoulder, S ' near hobek To+:b1sbld'.ori 1Sth+June.?? ' S ETNALL --Impounded at Benalla, 22nd Alay S -Trespass .d 4,., . . . . Brown gelding star, near hind pastern white, 'illegible brand'and-R olff'shouldert .': To be sold, on 26th June. j UROHISON-Impoundod . at alnrchiso, 27th Alayn : Blank horse, both hips dowo,,WS near shoilder, 33 (square top) off ehboulder To be sold on 26th June.' " SBOWM AN'S' FOREST-Impounded at Beech I worth Shire Peound,6tfli Mlay - Bi. Brocolt.~ baill star, like DW near shoulder ; To be sold on 19th Jun. 0XLEY-lmpounded at: Oley,; 13th Mlay .. Trespiss-l. d. .....- . ..... . ... White stag Ibullock, mal...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 June 1872

WANGARATTA7DOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, June 5. .'Present, tlieMay?r ind rsr Welne?n, Johllin •:ong. Boyd,t: Swa; Mui:doch, Dixon, and Spearing. 'r };-7 - STlieminuta a of tihe'previus meeting were rend fid confrnied Tlie 'following- correspondence wa dealt .Fr?d.ilmRegiatrar;General, forwardin'. agri cultu?il tattistics(of t Vit, ria.' Received. From Ovena?lienevolent Asylum, nklnow,. egiefdio eept t'f donitinn; and isking that an annual governor. miiht be named. Thle-:'ol'in1Cleikw in'!osaructed to reply, r posiniting :dit ;'tl atfaFcorrling to a standing order of the Counril the' Mayor. for the time being ieis to be ai 'annualgovernor.o ;!,;lFrom iCptain Standisei; Chief Commie' sioner cf Police,in, reply to a letter from .the.( (otiicil askiig for mor,,. polie. protrotion, : statin' that n commissioned officer. and t.vo fextra coiatablafee'hadbeen appointed for Wian' garaits. Receiveil From the Acclimatistion Society of Vie-f toria, asking for a ddtiation. IThe; Mayor moved ithat...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 June 1872

~orfZ-cazterix QzSrTýiv TUE:S.DIA,Y, UNE :?, 1872. Tue country is now in `possession of the reao eons for which :lr.' DurrY urgedhtt thet 'JGoveoi 'should grant him nadissolution, and also the groundsupon which Viscount Ca;E-. :una has refused the application. His Excel: Sency, in his reply,, fully recognises the ability, of the state paper forwarded to him by, 4r. :- PrrW. d do not propose to del elaborately: with so, exhaustive a document as that'fur nished to the Governor, but: rather to codfine: ourselves to the pith.of the urgumeonts on both. s iddes 'hedocunent pits forth four reasons .. why's dissolution shoul4 be granted, as based i',upn coqstitutional precedelt established .in England. ,--The flrs) reasont alleged hby'-Mr. Durrr is that when a vote of want of confidence against a Government that has not already appealed to the country is. carried that ana opportunity` :.o, doing so should be offered them. The paper, hoeever, very Corefully points sut that this? is not a cou...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 June 1872

;SRIRE O1? BENALLA;j Notice of .Extraordinary Election South ieast Riing. SU E R EB Y GIVE NOT i E IEXTRAORDINA 1.? ELECTION, Will be hold on Saturday a.the 22nS , day of June, Inst., to fill the vacancy in the Council of the Shire qf Benalla couced by the resignation of Or Simson, in the South-eset Riding of the Shire. And all ';COn tdiddtes for such election cre roe rcquired to be Nominated ?int tho .opce of the t Counol, ltridge-street, Benalle, ietw'ee the ionrs of ,Tenlo'clock.in the forenoon add Fou~r o'clock in the afternoon,, no sontc dty (to be called the t day of;tCem:prtion) hteig;.nut les than .four nor mnoe than Ct veo dayseffin tih date hereof.' And I fix WEDNESDAY the 12th ,day of r JUNI$Ainet., as the day of Numiuation for such E1lection. GEORGE SHARPE, , , , : , , P resid en t. 1Pttr t ti lt 7i tt y of Jove IR734 Under the Patronage of the I'ocal Committee ol the I troa School. , it it | .A IN th E Nu + S> -Viii be givnn at Garrett' s Assembly Room, Euro, ON FRID...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 June 1872

TSTE M LE A- OUR M LLS, ANTARTTA' AND MANSFIELD,-: 'ýtOe*etho. higheast price forr WHEAT, and iave .;:LOU ; BR AN, nd OR fior Sale. I - B A- . ae ;: 'i L N( e 'Cah and l). ' DR E;S K ae bo engg i e upeply of BUPERIOR SUMMEt GOODS, o racing all the Novelties ot thi Season, .r:; i.. '*-- · * ' ,*o* i : il iETO HER WITI ' '30 0·' 0 nOr worth of: Splendid Colonial Jewellory. N.B.-A- Firat-olases 1ILLINER ;and i DRESSMAKER has been engaged. .in';' r'' c o ! HIGH STREET, MANSFIELD. The very Best Liquors of Eveiy Description, ood Stabling. EORGE 0-:R 1.E iSH'ARP E, ATEA1- I UV V U UOXWH.I ILLS S.:ls-E:;'A.'A. A t-:buo,::r a 'L ]L §9 'B.ENAL LA, HAS FLOUI, BRKN; AND -POLLARD ALWAYS ON HANI). i ENALLA STEAMUT S AW ILLS. .THBE bove Saw Millt renow 2 coplete and in fll working order. All orders exeiuted with: promptide nd dispatch. J. C. $ .MM.E S A R RINTING AD STATIONERYWAREHOUSE -' T BrAide 0 ee0 , Be nal':. 'With carriage added. PO'O KIET a OJOS N-pLAI A FN 3DA BOO CS-, LED)GER, '7 .Id ......

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 June 1872

IEILBOURNR PRODUOR TAlKRET. Meesrs ,M'aw, Adamson; .nd Co report for the week ending June 5, 1872: Best esmplee of millingoahee come forward aory spariely, and commaid rondo sale at 7e e,nwarde Flour rules steady at £15 10a to £15 151; were offered the latter rate for a parcel of Iixon'e to.day ; sold some lots privately during: ,he week at that figure ; disposed of a parcel of to recood-alsie bhand at £15:r ".Inferior and uo. haooded flur dull. at very irreeu ar rates., Feeding grainb have exhibited a 'furitier im. provemeut, besteqe.lity feed oats sellin, freely at 3aspw1rl s; common sorts, from se 91 to 2i 11 .11 l"aize is in' good demn?d, at 3s 4d to 1s In dairy produce we note that butter fully maintains the rise established the past two weeks. while cheese,of prime quolity, is in short stipply and full pricese .'sly. obtained; iaferior and d .maged slow of sale, at low rates. r Below we give details,'results of actual sales: Flour, per ton ... £15 0 6 to £15 15 0 M.izte, per h...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE. June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 June 1872

MELBOURNE. (raOM oRs OWN CORRESPONiDEonT.) h .tune 11. T 'Theo.constitueniooes in the variot metro- 'a politan distriots wchere the new members have cI to appear for ro election are girding up their r loies for a political baitle, and lhe war will h he i sbort, sharp, and vary vicionus on. Grenat dif idulty is found inrprovidinig an op- k ponent for Mr Francis tn Riolimrnd. The inevitable Gaunson,- who has already beenA twioe in :the field;, butiwitllout success, is 'n willing, but therl isesnimallhope of his ever. faoing the Speaker as member for Riohmond onthis occasion:i. So:' determined are'the a Opposition that it .was even mooted that Charles Gavad himself would retire from Dalhousie and enter. the lists against the new Chief, but if he did it would be only esacrificing himself, and he would gain what I he oncee?did he so. highly, prized, the oppor tunity of retiring in peace to his much-loved solitude ai?' Sorrento. .i 'In East Melbourne r the Opposition hliave got two candid...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHEASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 June 1872

TO TH.EEDITOR1 OFTlEHZNORIL T EASTERN ENVSIGN.M Sir,-I 'am'not much inclined 'to dabble in politics, but renall the way you are perpetually puffing up' Duffyism is almost enough to make the dumb speak. The diplomatic ability of Mr Duffy perhaps none will question, and his do pllcit it would" be.in.vain to deny. The great promises 'mado to several constituencies during the recess were eagerly apprehended by these constituencies;' and it was but ?natural for the electors 'in' return to say if you will'fulfil them we will support you. But how soon the aspect of things.is changed, The holes in' ir Dully's new boots were not seen by the public till Parliament met,. but now that they are known the constituencies might prick his tender feet if he were to step upoo them. f he uses deception when dealing with matters of vital interest to the whole colony, is it likely that the colony will place confidence in himn.1 Truthfulness ought to be one ;of the leading -traits., of ;a statesman's ; , ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHEASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 June 1872

. 2'O 7IE 1 .ED1I'OR. OF 21ZE N.OTII .,S2T.LR.r JENS1G21.." Sir,-You can't imagine how pleased I am to hear from !'" My Ancient.!' Allow. me through your vanlu i medium to rend him. toy compliments. I :avish.him snuccess, hiut I can't fay thoe ame respecting his:vifo Susan .in her denlingsnt- "lMarkis Gran." •How. unfotunate'-for, " Tony': .lthat. :there:: are lRechobites at.i;Eroa ;:still I cannot but re gard it. as a proof that. there are some sensible menat the pan?e. But woet do.yon mean, old feller, by the word "ligoted" ? One.sided, common sense will tell you; the publications are bound to be. .Perhaps your .expression is stronger than your reason for it. Unfortunately for truth some men'have the habit of speaking their palatial desires rather than the decision of their unperverted judgment. .Dle it known unto you that the sons of. Reehab frequently think and speak with energy on the temperance question. Nor need you, '.my ancient," bhe quite so vindictive, for nobody cares fo...

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To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 June 1872

S o the Eiditor of the Norikc·sasterni EnAaign. -Sir,-The fact that a few of Mr..Simson's friends should desire to .show their regret at his projected'departure from this district,;by giving him a complimentary dinner, seems to have aroused the ire of iiir. E. Brown. Immediately he rushes into print, and pro. duces such a vile, abusive, and uncalled for attack on that gentleman .(whose boots Mr. Brown is unfit to oloaun) that I am surprised at your publishing such a personal letter in your paper. .iorttinately Mlr. Brownis well known in the district, and a letter emanating from his pen is calculated to do very little iajory.to the person he may choose to vent Sh spleen upon. Mr. Simsonmay have his little faults-who is without them?" But in all his transactioni ehe ias been thoroughly straightforward and honourable, and in leaving the district his leavesdba blank which will not be easily filled up. To every right thinking persona;Mr. Brown's letter, -instead .ofcasting a slur on.-Mr....

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 June 1872

TIO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before .thh tiime expires for which .they have been .rdered: ' In cases where the number of insor tions is not opoeified the advertisements will bo inserted till countermanded, and charged nc pordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be foutinuously iepsorted unless a written order to ?top theom is sent. i"--- /~-- P

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, June 10. (Before Mr. Butler and Dr. Miller.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 June 1872

TVANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Mtonday, June 10. (Before Mr. Butler.and Dr. Miller.) Jarvis v Jarvis-Defendant.was charged on warrant for ijiusing and mnaltreating his wife. Mr Lamoent, for defendant, applied for a remand as he had to look up evidence. Remanded till next morning, baill being allowed in two sureties of £50 each. Police v Sloan-For obstructing the footpath. De fendant admitted the olffence, but pleaded in extenua tion that hoe hal asked and obtained permission fromn the Borough Council to place.building material upon the path, and he had used the cases complained of by the polieo for building purposes. Fined Is. Police v Claney-A summons for having drunk and disorderly persons on his licensed premises. ,Mr Norton appeared for defendant. Evidence for the prosecution was given to show that on the morning oflthe 2nd inst (being Sunday), between 2 and 3 a.m. a great noise was made at Claucy's hotel ; that between 11 and 14 persons were in there at the time; that the police rec...

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SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 June 1872

-SITTINGS OF COURTS.; CIRCUIT CounT. Beccchworth--Wcdnesday, O6th October. GENERAL SESSIONS." Beechworth--.tonday, August 2. .Manstiild--Friday, October. 18. CoUNTY COUnTS. Alexandna-Wednesday, October 9. lienalla-Saturday, July 27. Jamieson-Saturday, October 12. Mlanasficd-Friday, October 18,

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 14 June 1872

TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers cannot discontinue the paper in thesmiddle of a quarter. No notice will be token of an order to discontinno unless all money due accompanies the order. Remittances may be made in postage famps, or by P.O. order.

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