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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
TO ADVERTIS y ;r.: ; Advertiscmonts cannot bo withdrawn before the time expires for which they have been ordered. In cases whnor the number of inser tions is not specified the advertisoiments will be insoerted till countermanded, and charged ac cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously, insorted unless a written order to atop them is sent.
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 5. (Before Mr. M'Bean.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
']ENALLA rOLIOPE, COUAIT. ' Sturday, Juono 6. S(DBforo Mr.l'-I'Ban.) Borrisheum v Tozer.-This was a Buommons for. £, mnonoy lent. Anorder, was madofor the amount'willi 2O Od costs. Tho cao was. heard by cdnseht by oneo maistr. ate ' ThIer wan a rush to the rate collector's office at Bandhurst on Monday week for tho paymont of rates, that tho privilcpo of tbo franchiio might not be lost. Nearly £2000 was collected, mostly in silver, and it was found neo?esary to employ a cb 'o convey iho money tn thoe ank. The convicot Nicholls and Lestor, under son. tanoce for tih murders of 3ridgor and WValkr, at Paramatt, in March last, were executed at Dar. linghurst gaol on Tuesday morning, and both mot toheir fato comrposedly. 'Aftor engaging in prayer Nicholls made .a short speech, admitting the Juetlc 'of the sentence, and hoped that their fate. would act as a warning to othors. Leoter then said that ho suffered justly for the crime of which he had been convicted. ' Loster's death was in otan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
" ALEXANDRA-ImPounded at Alexandra Grey mare, oear fore foot lamp, like P near shoul der ll.aek entire foal, star, pa baeds - Jay cob, oj? b, hre hite f dt, star apd snip, JW aer r shoulder, 6 near thigh Jo be sold on 210th June. "RNALJ -l&-Impounded at Ilonelli, 22Pndriay * '-Trespass ad prown eoldiog star, near hind pastern white illegible braed and R off shoulder To be sold on 26th June. r M UROILiON--Ipopndcd at Mirchie, #u" 27th May Sllack hobrse, both hips down, WS near ebog, lor 33 (equate top) off Shouldor To be nold on 26th June. ON the 27th January Ieatwe published a lead ing article chbarging Sr Lloyd Jones with having "intrigued." and to serve his own unlaw ful purposes procured the dismissal of Mr Kerr, a sheep inosector for the Seymour District. We charged Mli Jones with having effected iMr Kerr's ruin to serve his own ends. WVe further charged 1 1l Jones with " chicenery " and attributed to hi variour other disreputablo actions. On the 24th February we insinua...
WANGARATTA LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
WANGARATTA LICENSING MEETING. Tie quarterly licensing meeting at Wangaritta w"i held at the Courthousa on Monday last. .Presont, Mr Bitlcr; Dr Hallett, and Mr Tone... Mr Norton applied, on behalf of George Strain, for a. licence for The Royal Oak Hotel at Tarrawingee. Sonidir.Constabl. Cuddon objected to the application, as no notico had bdoo given to the police, and therefore they ?rironot in a ponition to inspect tile promises. °i Mr N?dbton it he'o.expectitI'hli cllant to bo prcsentjý hot p l rp.ibhlyhlehowcwnldb:a litUlolato.,.Mo.(Mr.,ortoa) hoiad oes.infomlcd that tho necessary notices- bun?Rl-xu' i served. L:.' ---5-'(- ,' .Tl o:magisnrata !Onýaoioreo : tlio ohstbion valid, but consented to adjourn the applicalion for a month. ' ' Mr' Norton askc'dthlit it' might'be' adjorned for:a fortnight, n as, h had a'similar application to make on behalf.of Peter Martin. -Adjourned for, a fortnight iacordlngly.. : - - ":' Mr lamont, on behalf of Sarah Powell; applied for a Spublican's li...
MR. ORR AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
, MR. OR1 AT BElNALLA. at On Wednesday evening, Mr John Orr, one w of the candidates for the represoetation of fu the Mprray District, addressed the eleotors' th of the Boenallq portion of the distriot at the ra Royal Hotel. Mr John Sharp, of the Broken pt rceeal, occupied the chair, and hemost briefly ea introduced the candidate to the meeting. M Mre Orr said it always gave him pleasure w to have occasion to address the people of w Benalla, the more especially on ocoasions of w the kind which now brought him before them. if He must however confess that the pleasure at .was not altogether unalloyed. He sincerely b regretted the circumstances which rendered ft it necessary for them to elect a new mom- (1 ber. Although Mr Witt had originally doe- it prived him of the seat he held, and in the te contests they had had they had vigorously si and energetically opposed each other,stillthere n was not the slightest personal enmity between I them, and again he said he felt great regret ti at...
RANDOM THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
-RItANDOM TROtTJGU TS: ' P Tho rocent political events that have oc ti -rrodi iin Victoria are of uoh an intoresting tl nature that my notions of how sho should bo f iovernedco fiermenting in ,m? bosom and. ass I do not wanti to go off the hooks by it spontaoo?a combustion I must express my. thoughts upon this and : ther; subjiots. I?I ai odrbapsas" obstinatoe upon this point as the wife , when:her hursbandi threateneod hor if eho said anothier; oroked word, replied, ti SRams horn , you dog, if I die for it" a il o?oiaia- ddsky orator in :Melbourne who c wears a whitey hat, walks very fast, aend g al: yep hli m sthoe fte of Victori aand a bundl? a of papers in his hand, canniot exist .. ?otside'the political. atmosphere.l;; So it is :with me . 1 feel that didI remain silent at this crisis posterity, when th'oy eame to know s ?oay and tleroby.. prevented- eils :manoifold ntl O epitaph on my tomb shall Ic not A deserve if tli great deliveraiie I' am about, a to ikoe on the state-not o...
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
Perhaps of all modern theories, that known as Darwinism has contributed more to the literature of the day, has caused more anxious thouglt, and given rise to more controversy among the learnd, than any subject (not re ligious) over broached, at any time, in any place. Handsome quartos, less pretending duodecimos, and smaller pamplets innumer able have been issued and largely read amongst the reading thousands of Christendom; indeed, so numerous are the publications of all sorts bearing upon the subject, that an ordinary lifetime would not suffice to read them once, and the bare list of their titles occupies many folio pages. By some, the theory has been approached in a spirit of honest inquiry or fair criticism, but the many have displayed such a disposition towards both the author and the &nbsp; subject as prompts the bestial ravings of a fiery bull, infuriated at the sight of red cloth, or a mad dog. Reverend divines and irreverend infidels, learned physicists and college ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 21 June 1872
A Sale of Crown Lands by Publi AcEtion will be hold at Eleven o'clock of Tuesday, the Sad July, 1872, at the Courthouse, Bonalla. The following lots will be offered : TOWN LOTS.. Benalla, County of Dolatite, Parish of Benallo, A :upset price £10 per acre. Allotments 2 to . V seotlon 0, 1 to 0, section "10; .1, 3, 5, 7, .6, section A ; i, section X; 3i, ection 7b; .37p, $ to 2r 23 6-10p; Dookie south, county of.Moira, parish of Dookiec. Upset price £8 per acre. :Allotmcnts 1 to 5, r 11, section A; 7, 8, section E.;. 1, 2, 5, 8, £ section F ;. 1, 3, 8, 7, section A; ;2r to 2a. C Glenrowon, County. of. Moira, Parish of Glen- q rowon. Upsoet prlco£4 pe acre. Allotments p 1, 2, 6, 0, seclion 4, la to laIr. '_ COUNTRY IOTS:' . P County of AWon.i atnta, Parish f Ilowqua. I?mmediately. cst . bofe the Sloamirluke pre emptivo section. '.Upset priod £t1 s p?er acre. Allotment 121;, 170a 2rl0 p ,' County of Delatite, Parish of Dolatite. On the Devil's River, one mile east of. theoLoyola pre. em...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
S ale of rown Lands y Public Auction illi S beheld at Eleven o'clock of Tuesday, thd 2nd'July, 1872, at the Courthouse, Boenalla. The' Sfollowing lots will be offered: TOWN LOTS. Benalla, County of Dolatito, Parish of Benalls,: upset price £10 per acre. Allotments 2 to 6. section 9; 1 to 6, section 10; 1, 3, 8, 7. 8, section A ; 5, section X ; -;, section 7b ; 37p, .to.2r236810p. Deoskie south, county of loirs, perish of Dookie. VUpsot price £8 per acre. Allotments 1. to. , llsection A i 7A , 8, section E; 1, 2, 5,. 8, :section F; 1, 3,5 7,'sectitn A; 2r to 2a. Glenroweo, County of Moira,:-Parish' of Glen: iowen.:Upset price £4.por acre. Allotments 1, 2, 5, 6, section 4, la to la Itr. > ' COUNTRY LOTS. County of Wonnangatta, Parish of BHowqua Immediately east of the ilamaluke pre. emptive.section.. Upset price £15? e per acre, Allotment 121, 170a 2r 10p. County of Dolatite, Parish of Dolatite. On the Devil's River, one mile east of the Loyola preo. emptlive section. Upset price £...
WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
WAPIGARATTA 3BOROUGHt COUNCIL-i SoWednesday, June l I Prieealt, the i'Mayor, anid i?r Wilson; Jho.eto?e`Dix"?ai;Tone, and afterwards Ore Boyd end Swan. The minutes of the previous ordinary as well asrthose of a special mooting were read ted confiried' Correspoideh'en as: follows war read and 'deslt with e . From Evans Beos, enclosing prospectus of a new book. entitled "-An Easy' method to ;??ern French without a Master," and asking ,the .Counoll to" subscribe for a copy. No action: . i'Froi~ ei e secretary of Wangaratta.i. Hoe o "y,;tatieg . that a unanimous vote of thanks d .bes~.passed by the committee for the C-uncilsdonation of £50 to the hospital pdr. n No action.. rom .the General Poet.-ofce, stating' that no portion of the police reserve at Wangar ji"la.ould.boes?Pe d-fe, nsat-nffiars ..e-m. Cr Wilson-would be in- favour of replying to the. letter iy stating they did not wish to. seeo.w;grass paddock in .the middle of the Cr ,Tone suggested that the Minister of ?Indse be writ...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &C. Mails arrive. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
POST OFFICE, BENALA. AUWlt j20 DgPAnRTOSB o0 )AILs &0. Malls arrive -- Mlboiiie,iwlal y 1monibayr ck5m pobv daV°.1J pm. Intermediate poet towns, viz., Donnybrook, Wallah Wallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tellarook, Seymour, Avonel, Loogwood &c. (including the Correspondence from Ilansficld, Morton, Alex. andra, Jamieson &c.), at 9.15 p.m. Winton, Wangarattn, and Becehworth (in luding letters from Greta, Tarrairinger, Oxley, El ordoe, Bucldand, Yacknedandah, Wolhgun abh. Ruthergln, Chiltorn, Albury, &c., whence no direct mails are recoived), daily (Sundays excepted), at 5.30 p.m. Major Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan. dra, obram, and Yarrawonga do, Fridays, at 10.80 a.m. Shepparton, Pine Lodge Station, Gowen gardle and Bonalla do, Mondays, at 7.30 p.m. Naile close For Melbourne, and places vA Melbourne, daily (Sundays oxceptcd), at 5.15 p.m. Intermedlate poet towns, viz,, Violet Town Euroaa Longwood, &c., daily (Sundays oexcepted), at 5.15 p.m. Th...
MR. H. N. SIMSON AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
IR31. . H. ý; SISON AT BENALLA. a On Saturdayafternoon Mr; H. N. Simson, one of the tl candidater for the representation of thoMurray Diatriot, C addressed the electors of the Benallaudivision. from the o9 balcony of Craveon's hotel. There was a large number h of persons present, the. groat innjority of whom.wero voters. 'I Mr. GeDnaeRn occupied the chair, and in introducing d Mr. Bimsoq,to the meeting he anid that ho had known Mr. Simson for a period of 25;years. He had al nya found him honest and straigltforward.' They know how he had fought their battles, never giving up any. thing he ever took in hand. When Mr. inmeon left Charlotto Plains many regretted it, and if he left this district many would also regret it. He believed from Mr. Simson's past conduct that if he were returned as their inmember he would do thorn justice. Mr. S exsoe said that perhaps it might be said that his coming forward was preauinption, because hoe core tainly considered that he was fit to represent them...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
IlouL?wsA'e PILoa remarkable for their efioeoney In curing Dropsy--Mre Nicholls, of. Loagton, had boon a sufferer for years from a troublesome cough, shortness of breath, and a" lassitude of fooling, rendering her unwilling to move or attend to her domestic duties; she had the advice of several medical practitioners, without deriving any bonefit whatever; shortly I afterwards, about the meridian of life, her fvarious complaints settled into a conlirmed dropsy and no hopes whatever weroe entertainod of her life; however, by a steady perseverance in the use of -lolloway's Pills, she soon improved in health, and is now completely recoverod, einog betlter than over shabe was bforq.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
Dr Bright'h Phoaphodyoo-Multldudes ofr people are hopolely sufloriug from .dobility,' nervous and liver complaints, depression of. spirit., delusions, unfitness for business or atudy,. failuro of hearing, sight, and memory, want of power, &o, ihoso cases admit of a pormanent cure. Phosphodyno (ozonic oxygen), which at. once allays all irritation and excitement, impartal now energy and life to the unfeoblodconstitution, and rapidly cures overy tageo of these incurable and distressing maladies. Sold by all chemists and storokeepora through out.theo colonies, from whom pamphlets contarin, leng testimonials may be obtained. Caution-Do particular to ask for Dr Bright'i. Phosphedyne, as imitations are abroad,
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHEASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
,20 T0HE EDITOR OF 2T.? NOZITB~ ASTERA. N. ENSION. Sir,-In my speech before the electors on 9turday If endeavoured to explain my views on the vexer question, of fencingpa far as it regards the selectorland the squatter; -but from the many questions put tope since I think it probable that I was not thorough under-. stood, and, with your permission, will put it jlesarly : as I can now. That inasmach as a substantial tworailed split poes und rail fence is sufficient to prevent cattle from tree passing, the same shall be consideied a legal fenc. That the sqtatter, whoso sheep might trespan on'-the selector's property so fenced, shall be bound to prevent. them from doing so at his own expense, dtherhby having them .shepherded or by: his making the acidl, fence sheep proof, the only proper way of doing so ; being, in my opinion, by inserting the necessary num*.. bar of wires through the posts of the fence.. That it after his doing this another selection is taken t alongside of the one alr...
WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. Thursday, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
-WANIGARATTA HOSPITAL. S Thursday, June 20. The committee of the abovro institution met at the Town' Hall on Thursday after noon. Present, Archdeacon Tuooker (in the chair), and Messrs Evans, Tone, Wilson, Johnstone, Dixon, and Father Egan. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence as'follows was rend : From the Ovens Benevolent Asylum, in answer to an application from three members of the Hospital committee, for the admission of H. Carrington to the Asylum. The letter pointed out that owing to the fact that none of the gentlemen recommending him were subscribers, the committee of:the 'Asylum could not deal wiith it, but in any case there were 12 at present on the list-waiting for vacancies, to be admitted. It also recom mended that any. patient in the Hospital thought 'to be incurable by the resident sur goon should be forwarded with a recom mendation from a governor of the Asylum or a~ubscription of. £1.. . The instructions containod in the letter. we...