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CONTINUATION OF THE SCAB ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 June 1872
CONTINUATION OF THE SCAB ACT. A:meeting'of shoopowners residing in the. north.west portion of the 'Bonalia district was hold at Ulupna, Mir James Rutherford's station, .on Friday the 7th. June. Present, Meosrs E,. M'Pherson, J. Rutherford; Georgo Currio, I] Telford, and I. O. Dunn. -. -Ir Dunn was rcqueated to take the chair,` and stated that this meeting had boon called at U!upna to, give the sheepfarmori.ie the north western portion of the district an opportunity of expressing their views on thO proposal submitted. to the conferonce of delegatoes from the Boards of Advice by the lion Mr Valeo, Commissionor of Customs. The proposition of the Governmeont. was to' tax the sheopowoors is per 100 sheop towards the eradication of scab, instoead of Ss per 100 sheep as proposed in the bill which passed the Legislative Assembly last session, and tJ continue the present Scab Act in force, with. the addition that the conference had suggosted, that. if this tax was. levied the eheepowners sho...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 June 1872
sreI MOaw; -'edaaon, jan Co' report tor, the weok::cnding Juhol`2; 1872 :- ".? Thetr has beon-a slight advanoa in Brea :" stufs during the past week,,moro particulaly in respect to wheat. Best samples of northern Srain iralised 7s 2d to 7s 31 torday. Inferior end hiP class milling ranging from 4s 8d to* ?a. Woe offered .some flaur, guarknteed parcels of first class brands, ani plaecd a few tons at £10 35s, the balance being withdrawn for higher rites. There was a rather better demand for guaranteed sound lots of second quality, and sold sorersl parcels some time on hbad at a con eiderablo improvement on late offere. • We tole a marked advance in feeding grains, more especially in regard to cate, of which we quitted some 5,000 busehls, common to fair feed, nat .s 11li to 313 , the major portion realising :s 1d. to 3s c2. Pens nwre a'sa in better request at enhanced rates, 3s 3d to 3a 4d being readily obtainied. In dairy produco we note there is not quite sn much inquiry for potted bu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 June 1872
- A -- SSloaof Crown Lands by Publio ABet!on will 2nd July, 1872; at theo' Courthous, Bonalla, The following lots will be offerd :- TOWN LOTS. Denalla, County of Delatite, Parish' of Bonalla, upset price £10 per acre. Allotments 2 to 0. saction 0; 1 to 6, section 10 ; 1, 8, 6, 7, 08, lecotion A; 5, section X; On, oeOtion 7b; 37p, to 2r 23 0.10p. Dookie south, county of NIoira, parish of Dookio. Upset prico £8 per acre. Allotments 1 to 5, 11, section A; 7, 8, section E; 1, 2, 5, 8, section F; 1, 3, 6, 7, section A ; Sr to 2a. Glenrowen, County of MoIre, Parish i6f Glen rowean. Upset price £4 per acre. Allotments ], 2, 6, 6, section 4, la to la lr. COUNTRY LOTS. County of Wonnangatia, Parish of UIIoqua. Immediately east of the 3lamaluks pre. emptivoe section. Upset price £1 5s per acre. Allotment 121, 170a 2r 10p., County of Delatite, Parish of Dolatito. On the Devil's River, one mile cast of the Loyola pre. emptive section.' Upset price £2 per acre Allotment7DA, 10n lr 1 p. County of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 June 1872
IMPOUN DINU S. ALEXANDRA-Impounded at Alexandra Grey mare, near fore foot lame, like P near shoul der Black entire foal, star, no brands Bay cob, three white feet, star and anip, 3W near shoulder, 5 near thigh To be sold on 26th uneo. BRNALL--Impouondd at Bonalla, 22nd May -Trespassd nd pastern whiie Brown geldingsa r hin pastern white, illegibleo brand and R off shoulder To be sold on 26th June. jlUItOHISON-Impounded at Mlrchison, Black horse, both hips down, WS near shouldlor, 33 (square top) off shoulder To be sold on 20th June. OWMAN'S FOREST-1mpounded at Beech worth Shire Pouod, 16Lh Mlay Brown colt, small star, like DW near shoulder . To be sold on 19th June. W ANOARATTA-Impounded at Wangaratta 39th May Ches.ot bore, saddle marked, slow, nalistti.p S and snip, near hind foot white, --(in circle) nner shoulder, R off shoulder Chesnut mare, bumble fore feet oft hind foot' white, snip, n off near shoulder, B W over • cff shoulder . -.--+, .?L,. Bay colt, progeny;ti visilo raand B...
THE SCAB ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 June 1872
THE SCAB ACT. o An adjourned mooting of sheopowners wao ft hold at Scott's hotel, yesterday afternoon, Mr y. Godfrey in the chair. Thore were about 50 well. .t- known gentleman present, . ra The Chairman read letters from Hamilton, Or Balllarat, Ioxham, Geelong, the Ovens district, 0, Kilmore, Seymour,.Mansfiold, Bonalla, and the n' Wimmora, expressing concurrence with'tho reso of ltion arrived at at the last sitting of the ineet. tIg, The chairman of the East Lnddon district Lit stated that ewing to the flooded condition of the a country be had been unable to get a mooting to. of gether to consider the question. The motion so relegated to the meeting to consider was that Mr ly Vale's offer should be accepted conditionally on in the squatters being allowed to elect directore of 5O the districts. The following communication from the chieof scab inspeotor was road by the chairman: e Melbourne, 0tli Juno, 1872.-F'. Rl-Godfroy, sof eq--Sir.-I have the honour to acknowledge eo the receip...
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 June 1872
Published on l uesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, FTNE 18, -1872. We must. say that tho friends of the late Ad ministration are not wise, and it is to be ie. gretted that Mr. resci.va as not allowed to address the electors of Richmond last Friday night in thd Town Iall, but compelled to ad journ to assmlli room., If the object of Mr. GO.wusoa's friends is, as we suppose, to secure the return of that gentleman, they havo taken an injudicious courso. 'We have temperately but firmly expressed our opinion that Mr. Fpers's Administration fiad not had a fair trial-lthat they had not been allowed to oarry out their policy and,that in fact they had boen rIthleisly driven out of ofilce.: If Mr. FFn oxas had boon allowed a licariig kind of 0 sympathy would not have Ibooen created for o him which to some extent must now exist; 0 The statements that he made contained a nset Sof charges ogainsiMEr. Dul'rr, witl,respeot to 0 which no doubt when Parliament meets-tho ccused exo.romier w'ill have somethi...
Friday, June 14. (Before the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 June 1872
Friday, June 14,. (Before the ltayor.) SThomas Thompson, charged by the police with: being drunk and disorderly and with using insulting and abusive nagnege, pleaded guilty, and was fined ls,. with the alternative of nix hours in the lock.up. Another inobriate named Robert Burns was fined Is. 'Thnoman .lya.abootanket viuan-in-Wl?gamrttauu w~ahti~gd with attempted arson. James M. Hugh, a police constable stationed at Wan. garatta, deposed he know the prisoner. About 8 o'clock last night hb was near his place, and heard him make: use of filthy and disgusting language to his wife. Heard him say he would " burn down the b--- place." inmeodiately afterwards he heard a great crash and an explosion. Saw flames issuing np the chimney. Broke in the door and found the prisoner near the fireplace, almnost mad and drunk. Found the bottom of a bottle containing kerosene in the fireplace. Prisoner was the only person in the room at the time. Could swear to his voice. In answer to the Beanch as to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 June 1872
VANGARATTA i?ND'T Mi1ANSFIELD, A: FE a high ofor I REAT, and Lavn FLOUR, BRAN, and POLLARD, for Sale. MELBOURNE " HOUSE: -- R 0AIINB gs to infor the onloarltnts of M iansfeld and the distriot t 2hatho boo just received * a supplyof SUPERIOR SU MMER GOODS, embracing all the Noveltis of the: Seasoi, " ,"=°V° . R T0,O ETuER W rIT , • £300 wortof Splendid Colonial Jewellery. N.B.-A Feret-elaee MILLINER and DRESSMAKER has been engaged. . WLKER HIGH STREET, MANSFIELD. The very Best Liquors of Evei y Description, GEORGE S H ARP. E, STEAM OFL0U1 M ILLS BENA LLA, HAS RLOUR, BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON HAND. WHEAT BOUGH2 IT ANY QUANTITIES. BENALLA STEAM SAW MILLS., TE above Saw Mills are now complete and in full working. order. All orders executed with promptitude and dispatch. J. c. its, At At ER& P ,R 0P RI-,E T 0 R. PRINTING AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE Bridge Street, Benalla. STATIONERY AND BO0KS AT ?ELBOUR?,E PRICES POCKET OOKS, P-LA'IN AND FANO Y, DAY BOOKS, LEDGERS, MINUTE BOOKS.. ...
DINNER TO H. N. SIMSON, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 18 June 1872
DINNER TO H. N. SIMSON, Esq. On Saturday evening last a complimentary dinner was given to Mr. H. N. Simson, of Tatong, by that gentleman's friends, at Craven's hotel, Benalla. T'he dinner was a thoroughly recherche success. The arrange- ments were most complete. The table was set for 20, and 19 gentlemen sat down to partake. Dinner having been disposed of in the dining room the company adjourned to the drawing room, on the first floor, to discuss the dessert. The chair was occupied by Mr. James Turnbull, and the other 17 gentlemen, exclusive of the guest of the evening, were:- Mr. James McKellar (in the vice-chair), Mr. McBean, Rev. Mr. Shel- don, Mr. Ralston, Mr. McGillicuddy, Mr. &nbsp; Boger, Mr. Watts, Mr. Ogilvy, Mr. Croft, Mr. Guppy, Mr. Gardiner, Mr. De Castro; &nbsp; Mr. Geo. Turnbull, Dr. Nicholson, Mr. Pew, Mr. T. Harrison, and Mr. Craven. The dessert consisted of all the delicacies that could possibly be obtained, even in a first- class Melbourne hotel. Af...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. 4OamyAL Ar S DrPanTonRo OP MAJLS &P: Mails arrive From.Melbourne, and post towns by way of Melbourne, daily (Mondays excepted), at 9.15 pRm. Intermediate o- Ct towns, ~ p., nd brook, ... allan Wallan, Kilmore, Broadforl , Tallarook, Soymour, Avonel, Longwood dc, (inclpding the .correspondenco from Mansfield, Morton, Alex andra, Jamieson 4o,), at 0.15 p m. Winton, Wan'gsratta, and Beechworth (in Sluding letters from Oreta, Tarrawinger, Oxley, |l1 Dorado, ?pcklland, Yackandandah, Wahgun iah. Rutherglen, Q0iltern, Albury, &c., whence no direct mails are iceived), daily (Sundays eicepted), at 5.30 p.m. Major Flaips, Tabba Yabba Station, Jfatanr dra, Cobram, and Yarrawonga do, Fridays, at !0.30 a.m. Shepparton, Pine Lodge Station, Gowen gardle and Denalla do, Mtondays, at 7.30 p.m. Mails close For Melbourne, and placee vi. lMelbourne, daily (Sundays excepted), at '5.15 p.m. Intermediate post towns, vie,, Violet Town louroa, Longwood, &c., dai...
THE HAPPY FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
THE HAPPY FAMILY. T, 'he political Millonium may fairly be said to, have dawned I The marvellous facts presented 'to public view should be aufolent to convince the most sooptical ! Theo F T ribscan Lion of Protection has taken the Free-trade Lamb of So Kilda to his bosom; the gentle gazelle from. East Bourke is playing in the don of the West Melbourne Anaconda ; the wild quagga of the plains of blandurang feeding peacefully beside the bovine of the Ovens ; whilst other hitherto. angrily envious and venomous creatures join with sweet accord in raising a lullaby to soothe those angry passions which once rent their very, souls. The picture is surelJ apretty one to look at, and reminds us forcibly of that travelling caravan which every visitor to or resident In London must remember, c?llod the " Hppy Family." There without any fear the gramins.. worasported with the carnivora, their naturalin stiocts subdued by love. A worthy dame, 5n English country journal records, visited the great c...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, June 17. (Before Mr Butler, the Mayor, and Mr Tone.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
YANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, Juno 17. (Before Mr IButler, the Mayor, and Mr Tone.) William Wood, Patrick Menghor, James ioule, Tho?. Griffiths, and Edward O'Bricn were oiall charged by the police with being drunk and disorderly. All of themo admitted the of~rncc, and gave various reasons for " drinking a drop too much.". They wore discharged. Edwards v White-This w a sa ummons for debt.. No appearance of either party; struck out. The Court then adjourned..
COMPLIMENTARY DINNER TO MR. A. J. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
COIIPLIMENTARY DINNER TO. 3A1R. AM3J. SMITH. A "compliimentary disner to this gentleman was given Sat the Oddfello:s'IHall,Wangaratta, on Tuesday oven ing. Tho' hall was decoated with overgreens,nand the tables (tlree..in: nuinber) were lighted by different coloured sperdm candles.' Everything, in fact, bore the af peariaice of refihement 'and tast, and spoke volumes o for thbc'atistia power of thoecaterer, Mr. Sheppard. At the cross table at the head of the hall the guest of the evening was seated; supported right and left by Arch-. de?con Tucker, Mr. J. B. Docker (chairman), President of the North Ovens Shire Council, Mir. Walter Butler, P.iM.; .whilo at the ti'o long. tables about 70 of the leading men of" the town took scats. It may beo'truly' said they represented the pastoral, agricultural,. and commercial interests of..the district very strongly. Dinner being discussed and done justice to, the usual a loyal toasts were duly honoured. The CurAxMAN then rose to propose the toas...
Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
iVANO4R ITTA A0'ciMICtCrTc. 11uIORT; Juno 20.S Flour. dper £14 0 o£1 0 0. 1Vboatr per, busbcl 0 5 .ats ,..c 0o,... 0 0 o 2 o jiran, F . 00=0 0 10 Pollard, do . ( 1 0 010 Butter, per lb .. O 90 0 0 1 0 Bggs, per dozon .. O 0 0 1 0 - ENALLA. Juno 20." Flour,.pirton ... £15 10 0 toEO £10 0" 0 ' Wheat, per:,icico .. 0 0,":0' 0 o *o Pollar'4 do . 0. 0 1 0 rn, do .... 00 00 0 pats, 2do, 0..2 .. 02 .0 3 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
n . 1 - A.....Tm - qj m i WANGARATTA ; 'N .... '"," :.7 '"it' ",.. " +' :" (.gt y tno. ti 'LOOL;III, ·? it ...' : for ale. SUMM: ER q I S'. . OAIN.bge'.to inform thi inhabitnts of Mansfield and tho district that he ha just receioved " a supply of SUPERIOR SUMMERt GOODS, embracing ,all the "oveltiee.ot the Sesoin, t ' ?.o - ,' ..n w n T," N7i , h ..... H.s L: o :S":, .Ei." , E o? E A,, E: : BEN. iLLT. i . AS FLOR. - pAN, Apendid. ColoniLARDALWAYS ON, HANI SI. N above . aw Mills are noL completI adnd in full 1 orEBS k '?e i er. All ; o e e e t 'with`:., ;. p .+i '?t " .d - ,": +-r; u -,- " .':' . .1. WER Bridge Strset, .aB enali. 'TA SFONER, AND3 60KS AT MELAO1NER H2RNICES With cnrrio?n added:` . POl.KE .O-, I AIN AN D . . , ,. i ", .-'LDAYBOOKS, LEiGERS. PLAYING CARDS IN VARIETY NPTE AND LETTER PAPER, RULED FAINT AND FLAIN. r I w Other Artiles of Stationery too numorous to aelntion." euted at ShortesNoti EDWARD ` BLAKE:, DEG to'intflmstt to hla fIloodi and tho p4blic in gonorol that ...