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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. June 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
i i !0: .ti Oi1 AtGLaRATT4o CO1[MERCI[L. REPORT. Jurd 24. "to0,p :... o0o o £1 0 0 Flour, pere "o'i 6 6± .' 0: 6 6 Wheat, pet bushal 0. 6 6 0 6 60 Ost., d:o .** 0 . 0 . 0 I'd t. do ,a00 '0 01 0 Pollard, do 0 0 0 0 1 6 Butter,perlb 0"" 0 0 0 0 1 0 Iggi, per dosen :... 4. SFlour, pr ton '.?;16 10 0 to £.616o"0' P Wheat, per bu?hol: ? . - ~.,0 '- 0 6 j6 .Pollar do .. 000 0 1 rO g do -" :: 00 0.:. 00
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
SIBELBOURN PRODUCE 3MARKET. - MAessrs SlCaw, Adamsan, and Co report for the week ending June 10, 1872: We have not any mked alteration to report either as regards prioes or the amount of bu.si ne# transacted. Holders of breadstuffs are firm in their demands, beat brands of flour being unoh. tsinable under fO1; while secondary hrand. range betercn that figure and s1. , lthic the limit rwe have disposed of several parcelh privately since ourlse t report. The increas o demand reported lst week for unbanded flou has been fedly sutainod, enabline us to plae hof principal portion in store at full quotatidns. There is a scarcity of first-lass wheat, which eerrmands ready sale at very full rates. Feediang grnls have nota ohilltod any change in price; the demand to.dy, however, was not nearly ss good as last week. In dairy produ we note a decline in blter of about 2d per Ib, toth for fresh and potted, while chooeese generally has advanced in price, and supply not equal to the demand. Below w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
_- - ' IMPOUNDINGS-." ,.i . LEXANDRA-Imponded at Alexandra Grey mare, near fore foot laom, like P near shoul der ear Ihoulder, 5 near thigh To be sold on 26th Juno,.- -' :-: , BSNALLA-Impounded at Bonalle 22nid, May -Treepas 3d B l s near . iodpf e~l~m^^ Brown ' glding Bteri , near blad ` 09 Sillegible brand and R off shoulder To bo sold on 26th JunOe; '. Ui VRCOHISON-Impoundoat Mre hLon, 2L . 7th May - g - ' Bhoul lor, Bcsok hore, both hips down; WS i, r sho l, 33 (equtre top) off houldeor ohbe sold on 2eth June." OfN the 27th January last we published a lead Sin article charging Mr Lloyd Jones with having "intrigued," and to serve his own unlaw ful purposes procured the dismissal of Mr Kerr, a sheep inspector for the Seymour District. We charged M~ Jones with having effected Sir Kerr's suin to serve his own ends. We further charged Air Jones with " chicanery," and attributed to him various other disreputable actions. On the 24th February we Insinuated in an articlo we then publish...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
TO ADVERTISERS.* Advertisoments cannot be withdrawn before the time expires forwhlich they have been ordered. In cases~ where the number of inser tions is not specified theo advertisements will be inserted till countermanded, and charged'-nc cordingly, Quarterly andvertisoments'will be co itinuously inserted unless a written order to sntp them is sent.
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
THE PublishMc one 2tisday and Frida ,yi TVUESDAY, JUNE 25, l172, IT would acornm that the .late Administration. having .fallen, the ..samo :unfair, ungenoronus and vindictive conduct is pursued towards them as is sometimes thocaseo when in private life a man loses wealth, power, and position. Those who in hii - days of prosperity, could do nothing but speak well. of. him, immediately that his position alters find oit faults that they would never have thought of but. for the change of fortune. It seems to us that the Melbourne Press has joined in a kind of con; apirancyto blacken the -cha~ceter' o.?t?.l?to. Ministry, coll]ctivoely and individually. - We read that Mr. FTsacs has called upon the bead of each Qov?rnatent department to fur nish an account of all the appointments and promotions made by the Duffy Ministry. Upon this return, if possible, some fresh charge will be attempted to be founded, and it is a matter 'of congratulation that the question will be dealt with by Parliamen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 25 June 1872
VICTORIA STEAM' FLOUR MILLS, MELB OURN 1 HOUS. (.ate. Cala and MddeZ). SUMMER GOODS. to inform the inhabitants of Mansfiold and the idiatr i t that ho asJuutreocoipd suppl zfUPERIOR SUMMER COODS, embracing all tho Novolties of tbo Season,' TOGETHER WITH z £00 worth of Splendid Colonial Jewellery. - N.D-A Firot~clni MILLINER and DRESSMAKER has been tengagod. F- 3 r . WAL K ER, HIGH STREET, MANSFIEL. T he aery Best Ltquors of EveU y Description, E0 Be i sr i A P »: r k~ BEN A.LiiA V HAS LOUR AN, AND POLLAmRD ALWAYS ON HAND.A N B' 3OUGB2 LV ANY QUAN2'1TIES. BEN LA STEAM SAW 1\MILLS T E alove w Mills are no complete and in foll working order. A inorders executed with pr omptitude and_ dispatch. J. C SUM.JIE" RS,~ PRO0P I "E T O0R. PRINTING AND STATIONERYY WAREHOUSE Bridge Street, Benalla.. BTATIONxERAIND BOOKS !TMELOU1RNE RI"C with carriage added. OOKET BOOKS, PLAIN AND FANOY, DAY BOOKS; LEDGERS, MINUTE BOOKS. 'EBlank Acceptince Forms, and Pass Books. A a.sortment of BULWR'S and other N...
To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 June 1872
lo tho Editor of the NortheOfatero Ensaign. Sir,-In your issue 'of tho 21st inst. it s tated lth labourer working for tho Shire Council on tho road did not perform half? n hour's work in a fortnight. - Now, Sir, sevraol persons, including isiysolf, can "pr6vo that statement at the very least a'misreprescntation, as such a reportmight injure'an honest working man. Knowr. iiig your love of fair play, myself ands aiAy others would esteem it a great kindness on your part to give tlos aboveignorant, or perhaps malicious, statement a flat contradiction, and oblige Yours respectfully, HUGI M'GU INNoESG iP.S. Tt fact ls,.thousianlas nnsoliMel of road to look after, which your informant ought toknow. Suros, Juno 2, 1872.,
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHEASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 June 1872
TO THE EDITOR OF.TBEE NORHT. EASTERN ENSIGN.i. Sir,-As the paragraph which appeared in your issue of the 21st instant is calculated to do me an injury, I trost to your sense of justice to insert my reply there to. The paragraph contains two mlsrepresentations the principal that not: more than half an hour's work could have been done for a fortnight.' The inhabitants cai tetify tltat I wan'iot amrk ovorrdhduring that tmoenand on thu 144t'i inofant waiia woeC at or near. Tasihortun u Faithful' u Creek, .and two gentlemen ned?at the time' ad might have seen me, as others did.: I:ouid ak any reasonablo ~ .rsn'it it is possible for one man to keep all the rut? ftlled i~ nd all the culverts in repair for a distance of 10. miles. The enl vert3 are in repair, and the ruts I fill in as fast as I a?m ablo. The bridges also I attend.to, and no fault can be found with them. Perhaps at tbo tiine your in. formahnt passed the road betweon the Duck Ponds and Euroa I was'at Creighton's Crck?, oonime...
ROUNDABOUT PAPERS. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 June 1872
No: II 'h- publication e aNo I. producedthb efect I desired-that is it provokedl dlussi?n:le I tnut those letters may be productive of lasting good, andthat the reforms 'they suggest may be useful and practical. Conjecture has been at a loss upon -whom to fix the authorshp.'; Thoy;can't conceive who " the ehiel i. among them taking notes." First it was A, an in. offensive man, as much so as any man n Euroa, every one's friend but his own, and of whom Sidney Smith - would have said, "'Bibulous clay,.Sir, bibulous clay.'~ Then it was B,a longlab .of a fellow with'a broad backa good heart, one who could not be a Rechch(ito if it were for the World, yet afar; better man:thai.. some of those who have denounced him. Then it was C, a " coon" who lives up in the gully, a man who is "ipast hope and beyond redemption.". One week a Presbyterian, the next a Fenian, the third High Church, and the rest of the month he devotes to a little Scepti. eim-a man as slippery as an eel, you never know *he...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, June 20. (Before the Mayor and Mr. D. H. Evans.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 June 1872
W &iNGARATTk.POLICE COURT. Thrsodaoy June 20. (Before the Mayor and Mr. D. IT r N . Jas bixsoi v Edward O'Hare-A summons for; 47 IOs l d, ds s6d abd delivered. No appearanco of defendant. Order ftd amount, and 2s 6d costs. ' Noonari v Phillips -Settled out of court. Mrs:Ja "vcoc- v JanjesoTravers-4 summons for £3 18s 8d, g?qds sold and delivered. No appauranco of defendant: £2 had been paid inoooservice of summons. Order for' £1 18s d, and £1 34 Qd costs.. Parfitt v Budd-A sum?nons for £4 Os 3d, goods sold. 'No appearance of defendant. Order foramount, with 2s Gd costs. Jones v Dixon--Settled out of court. Dina v T lioma-vA summons for debt. No appear. anboe of either party. Struck out. .. Painter v Mld'ain-A summons for £4 6s 8d. Mr Lamontj for complainant, saidr Mr Norton ?bd asked him to consent to an adjournment tillMonday, to which he had assented. Adjourned?ccordingly. Wilson v Barrow-Also adjourned till Monday on the ppplcation of'Mr lamont.
MR. WITT AND MR. JOHN ORR. To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 June 1872
- Mn. WITT AND Mfn. JOHN ORR. To ihe Editor of the North.eastern Ensign. -ir,-It is generally believed and asserted.by friends otf.Mr. .Witt that the would-be member.alluded to in Mr. Witt's letter to the Ov?is and Murray Advertiser, being desirous of occupying his seat in the Legislative Assembly, and who foretold its vacancy, and ungeno. rously and exultingly; as it were, shadowed forth the cause in the public press, was no other man than MIr. John Orr.' If so, was the sympathy expressed by that gentleman for Mr. Witt, in his address to the lionalla electors, rconcilable with the fact Was not that specious display of sympathy disingenuously paraded before the electors, with the view of disabusing their minds of the idea that Mr. Orr would be guilty of so despicablo a proceeding towardsnl a political rival, at a .time when such an exposure must have been prejudicial to him and distressing to his feelings. .During Mr. Witt'a political career hi hot.esty has never. been ques. tioned,...
Monday, June 24. (Before the Mayor, Mr. Tone, and Dr. Miller.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 June 1872
Monday, June 24.. " (Before the Mayor, Mr. Tone, and Dr. Miller.) l'olico'v Wo. Glassenburg-A summonsfordiaebarg tng firearms. thiatlnthe. borough without having ob. ined pernitissiia elt-'tlie Ioa anthoritie. `IDefe, !st admitted tieafnen and wasu fined Is:.' GIerge far*, on re r, us, wae al 4g t len asasboilee, ., SMr Norton appeared to wath the -eae for the pri. soner,, and Sonltatonhable Cudden prosecuted on 'behalf of the Cr?an.' A NAyberg dpnoed-I am a storekeeper and publican residing at lioy?o.: ;IIrecollect Thursday, 30th; May. a On that day the prisoner brought out some goods for me from Wnngaratta.' On the following day I gave the prisoner a sealed envelope, addressed to "B. Reid, Esq., iManager of the London Chartered Bank, Wongaratta." r The envelope contained two cheques and three £1-notes, amounting in all to £13 Is. One of the cheques was a for £8 15s, drawn by Docker and Qonnolly in favour of onoeAlexander l'Innis. The other was for £1 Os, drawn- by Mr M'Wither in f...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 28 June 1872
B A LLA3SEN a EIIII .cO UNOIL. '~ti ,- c:i Thisbd ymet 0o Wednesday. Present; "ir irShbrpe (president), and Crs Hoskin;T B laokburne; Guppy, and Roe. Mr M'Kee, the new member for the South- f reset Riding, made the usual declaration and ft took his seat as a conncillor, the President e .stating that he had been returned. Cr Guppy said he understood that the election of Or M'Kue was not legal. The President--It is a matter between the Y member and the public. If any one wished fi to move in the Supreme Court to oust Mr t M'Kee lot them do so. The Counoil has Snothing to do with the affair. The following correspondence was read and dealt with:- From ir"rRyley, -inspecting engineer, say- n ing that be wouldr pass through Benalla on his way to Melbourne, baut would not have time to examine the vounohera for the Euroa: bridge, but they could be mat to Melbourne. The Bundalong bridge ww not finished, bat i he would see to Ii the st t he .... I4 puree In oet 'FromMr Ryley, dated 2tth June,...