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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 July 1872

3a. M . OI( ORIA STEAM FLOUR MI LLS, . ... .. .A..AND MANSFIELD, •aivobte : igh is?,pico' fo' WHEAT, and hiave OLO UI,: BRAN, and POLLARD for Sale. MELBOURNE HOUSE. (Late Caki and loebel). SUMM E:I E -GO OD S. DB OARN begs to inform the i nhabitnta of. Masfisold and the district that he has just received S a supply of SUPEIIOtR 5UMMEBI GOODS, embracing .11 the. Novelties to the Season, Toosenan wirt! S £8•00 woith of Splendid Colonial Jewellery. N.B.-A lrst.eai : MILLINR. and DRESSMAKEB has beea engaged. T: ,1. WALKER, HI GH STREET, MANSF:IELD.. The very, ? est Ltquorv of Eve,) Description,. BROTOSH `. CA 1GLONiDA. ALES. * .Goo:c4 Stabling. GEORItGE SHARItPE, STEA1M FL LOUIRL MIL K, B EN ALLA, HAS FLOUR, BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON HAND. . IWPEAT 0OUG2 IN1 dNY QUANTlTIGsS BENALLA STEAM SAW MILLS. THE above Saw Mills are now complete and in full working order. All orders executed with promptitude and dispatch. J. c. S UM J. MER ~S , PRINTING AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE Bridge Street,: B...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 July 1872

1 EM;rBOuRNF' TIPRODUOIf ml1A.RklL T siiriI Cow, rK Ardarnenn, -nli Co repoqt fo( It l week c e ingll, June 2Q, 1872:--' " . ,Qolotiosns for both fouir lnd wheat remr.in rit.. inally- same as Inot weok; there b.i not been i,.ni.;h busineqsdone in- either stnple; nnd to day w.o rfound hidilngo rather lainzid. This is to le 'n:ounted for in angreat mcafuro by- the pnucity jii tiAlnco, consPqIlint on the eleations taking i .ie;w which event seoine. to hnvae ongrossed the idlinot ho fivlidual attention of nil clasoes of the ..mmiiuniiy.. Ba-t' northern wheat roelised 74 I I inferior nnd low clais milling from 3s Od 1 .. 9 A small pVaro?l of fljur (town braud) • l ;iih l ht .lS L -1" i'Thi few-lots of onal offere1l evoked f it .com. i, 1.1in.; pticrs hIowever, were icaronly so high ioo Int veoek ; 3 Id was riealised for-nood feed, Sd 3s al for ised d lhilu'3J 4 od ias offered and la'iiqedifor- a'prii)9 pareol of milling. ' I loltiog.- nrley I rouplit under the. hammer ' 1 ..l und eulbequ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANSFIELD COMMON SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 July 1872

MANSFIELD COMMON SCHOOL The opening of the Mansfield new common school, No. 429, was celebrated on Wednesday evening, the   19th ult, by a grand soirie, which was by far the most iucct'coul afiai ofrthdkiid?:' tlia-hatn ever ;taken~ place I hire. Tie ncivw'boeolouised is a brick' building, 4011 xa 8lsf, itl l ntl?i open root stiineod nid virnished;ieth etrior;aa hiing of correagietd iron.' Tho buildinig is arecthd ona teiosneinhadii g l aite in hbs towinbeinga on a he?iluiful emii e ce, iffordigting a splendid play :ground for the chaiolae ' Thi' correspondent (Ar e Martin) lavipg ulelnred thi buildiig duly olponod ho invited tlio ldiei and gestlocmenlto. t opcC enojoytheli good things provided for themni t hich ren paosant ?vero of the moast reclercce chairae er, and reflecteduiin thl higlhes degree on those who providod their own tables• and on Mr.: Woolf, whoi catetored ior tisoethersnisthiog ipproching suchl'' a spread- having ever beeli seen in Mansfield, and it co...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

SITTINGS OF COURTS. OIROUIT COURT. Beechworth--Wednesday,.26 th.Octobcr. GENERAL SESIONS. Bocchworth--?onday, August 5. Laiusfield-Friday, October 18. CodiuT CouaTS. Alexandra-Wed?esday, October 9. "Benalla-Saturday, July 27. Janieson-Saturday, October 12. Ilansfield-Friday, October 18,

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 — 5 July 1872

j;:' O 1E' DITOR OF TIZM 2VO6RTHT . ASTERN ENSION.: ,Sir, -In yoiir issile of Friday last' you:, inserted: tho ?second ebullition of.tho person of the patronymic of ,loy VIller.r Now, it is out of no personal animus to Shesauidl .. Tony that I writo these few, lines, but merely .to refute certain insinuations which, are not exactly con. sI'y tent wilth ernsity, and which are calculatedlto do an Sisdjulr? to t?o oullokudino rising generation of Earon. oy .a.most asorts that "tli boys" are ignorant, o thu , genealogy and proponsiies of the ooffsprinsg of 'tlhe iis. :ortal Dickens's imngilnation. Now,' it is quite ineom. '?.irehensiblo to mo how the ambitiots individmaltaspiring a:?to the titlo'ind toneo of the immaoselateo "'man of time Sand noble soul" could be guilty of such vulgar error. ' And are wo town such judgment i--No, as soon. : Seek ice in December, roses in June." r:t ap'ner to m0 tlhat Tony is as indocent of any know. l'd ido of the proolivities of thl "Boys 6f Euro"'rs ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIRECT TELEGRAMS FROM ENGLAND. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

DIRECT T'rELEGRAMS FROI ENGLAND. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. A telogram has becon received from Mr. Todd, Superintendent of Telegraphs, dated Daly Waters, 20thl June, which states that but for the interruption in the cable, the Ene lish dates would have been brought down to a later period. lHe confirms tie previous advices as to the progress of the work on the overland line, and anticipates that all the construction parties will be withdrawn by the end of September. He forwards tile follow ing message, extracted from the Java papers, dated 8th and 14th Jlne :--"England and America have nearly been deolaring war. The opposition given by America in the settlement of the Alabama question was so unsatisfactory that Enigland said she would wash her hands of the whole matter. America then spoke about war, but Englanld said that she was prepared fur that also. Later news, dated 14tth June, says that the Lords warmly debated Earl Russell's motion to suspend arbitrations until the in direct claims we...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

- > . --t t - -l4 t h "Ju e ' . ... O " . .. . .? ;Grey maro, rod reanspot otf.rump,?like t ovry. D aY flly, stripo anid sal near hind foot ishite, :: o e ' draught breed writing N eare shoulder t 'ay fillly',es?r white on hind feet; witting N 1near sheulde :ack filly, star, near hind foot white; writing N - near shouldor :' T' To be sold on 17th Jiuly. TA--Imp unded at Yea .20thdJune Bay horse, ML cohjonod near shoulder, PM off shoulder,: : ? " r" little Chesnut horse, JII &onjoined near nhonldr, lit white near hind foot ''ou be sold on 24ih July,' POST' OFFICE, BENALLA,. ARRIiVAL NL e DPARTURE OF NALILS: &O, Mails arrive From Molbourne, and poet towns by way of Melbourne, daily (Mondays exceopted;, at 0.15 plm. Intermediate post towns, viz., Donnybrook;, Wallan Wallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, Soeymour, Avenel, Longwood &c. (including the eorrcspondeioce from Mneflfoid, Morion, Alex andra, Jamieson &c.), at 0.15 pm. Wintop, Wangnratta, and ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

TO CORRESPONDENTS. 1No communZ1ication will under any circnum esanrca b inenartc unctles a ettlltn'cated br y the real name and address of the writer, not necsn sr'ilg for publication, but as a guarantee of lood faith. :Po are nao responsible for Ith opinions ex pressed by correepondents

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THE BENALLA BOARD OF ADVICE. To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

STIE 1BENALLTA .BOARD. OF ADVYICE. ' t -To 11e Editor oflthe Norld eaasern Esunsign. Sir,-Judging from the late proceedings, of the Board of Advice for the Bejialld district it would appear thdt we are to be vitually deprived of any benefit- that might result from the grave deliberations of that august body. At a meeting of the Board, held in Benalla on the 5th ulnit., a motion was carried appoint ing a new chairman on the grounds that the gentleman thean -.holding thhbonourablo position was resident a considerable distance from Bienalla, the only public place available for mieetlng, causing serious ineonnoni once, not only to the inspector but more especially to persons having business with the board. Ajnd, secondly, attention was drawn to the distance at which members. of the board were situated from the private residence of the chairman, thereby rendering it extremely awlcward and tedious to obtain a quorum. It may be stated for the information of the uninitiated tlat special mee...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before the time expires for which they have been ordered. In cases where the rnumber of insor tions is'not specified the advertisements will be inserted till countermanded, and lharged ac cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously inserted unless a written order to stop tbem is sent.

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 — 5 July 1872

Sir,In yourr isuoof tie 25th inst appcrs a iletter froiM r' irNd Sitnson'i exlini i g his a nded ideas of ,lhat he purposes tho incomiing Fencing Bill should be, and of course by thia letter ho bindi himself to support t6 ill in that form., Now,. as I preposed Mr Sinison'asm . fit and aprpoý'person.'to..repiaent tio Mnrray District, I feel it my duty to myself and friends to state hhat from tih tenor of his letter being so much in opposition to what I understood his views on that subject to~ho at the meeting hold by. him, :and -also from previous conversations, he has altogether lost my cnfidenceo and support. By inserting this you will oblige, Your obedient servant, SJAMIES TINBULL. (This letter was crowded out of our last issue.-En. N. .E..]

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers cannot discontinue the paper in the middle of a qluarter. No notice will be taken of an order 'to discontinne unless all ;money due accompanies the order. Remittances may be made in postage mumps, or by P.O. order.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

.1 HE Published on l esdays'and Fridays. FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1872. IT would seem that the question of the Ala jama claims is in a very unsatisfactory state, asd that despite the disposition shown by Eng land amicably to settle the matter, America seems determined not to abandon the indirect claims. It would be a waste of time to discuss the question of whether or not these claims have any foundation, because we believe every one.must admit they have not. If such a sweeping idea were for a momnent entortained weo are at a loss to know to what extent this demand for compensation could not be carried. It never, we believe; entered into the minds of those diplomatists who have represented England in this matter that wlhen they were eedeavouring to settlo what may be termed a direct claim that a preposterous demand of tanother sort would be set up. It is urged that the treaty proposed to be entered into be tween England and Amonica will bear this construction. Any document in the world is pe...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHEASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

'0 THVE EDITOR OF TI.E NORTIH II'ASTERN EI'NSIG. Sir,--Tho l'ooign of Friday last contained inte! ligencee which I learned with no ordinary tneasure of d pleasant surprise. Need I say that I refer to the highly agreeable information, that by some friend, whose name in connection wihb th matter is to remain concealed, a bell had been presented to the Presbyterian Church of BIenalla 1 To that generous friend, .whether it be lady or gentle. niman, I now express my warmest thanIks, and in so doing, not only the church commnittee, but each mcllm. bher of the congregation most heartily unites. Should the name of the donor ever be brought to light, it will not, I trust, be by the inquiries of more noriosity. Let it be discovered, if discovered at all, only by the savour of the donor's own kindness. I desire to assure my anonymous friend that tihe lPresbyterians of Ilenalla have already resolved to com plete their church steeple, and that, encouralged by the gift of the bell, their efforts ...

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 — 5 July 1872

TO TIlE ED!T7OR OF YTIE YORT1T 'ASIERN ENSIGN. Sir,-I see the " Ipswi:h coach" has returned and brought with it promiscuooia wares, including sweeping charges against the iRechabites. Now, the jovial old whip may lash away at his pleasure, fot"wo can bear his harmless strokes, and smile at his petulance. Let it be distinctly understood that Sammy does not attempt to vindicate the abominable practices of evil speaking, backbiting, and speaking uncharitably; nor has he the slightest objection to the establishment of an association that will aid inl mental development and moral improve. eont; but lie hais a decided objection, though a statnch tRechabite, to being dubbed a fanatic. And where is the charitableness or the noderation of Tony when he uses such strong language ? Anl ancient sage said SFirot cast tile beam out of thine own eye, and then shalt thou see clearly to pull out the mote that is in thy brother's eye." Good advice, doubtless, bat the dilliculty is to act on it. I will...

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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. July 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

$vour p.r t??ol £.. 14 0" 0 o.1:' -0 :Vhc.' p"r -o.hol 9 5. h .o(j0 ". 1i;i... 0' 00 0 "'.0 2' '-do 0 0 0.. 0 1 0 Polloru, do . 0 .0 0 0 1 0 Mutter, per II 0 o 0 0 0 0 ,~ZOiALLA, Jly 5. flour, pa to ...o £1 10 .' o o 1-. o 0 -Vhe ot, pr' ib l .o::o 1) -: 0 1). 0 0 Pollord do 0 0 0 0 1 0 Ialon, do .. . 0o 0 0 0 0 0Jl, . 0 0. 3 0 :'~o " .0.0d o r

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. July 4. MR. E. MOOREY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

MANSFIELLD 'PRODUOI OIROULAI.. July 4. ' . E. MIoonR's RERnnT. Flour, per to"... . £0 0 0 to -i17 0 0 : i?.?fi do ... ... 0 0 (5 0 Wuheat, per buehLd ... 0 0 0 0 6 0 1li, .. .. So ... ... 0 0 0 09 . 0 Slocon, per'ib .. ... 0 8 0 1 0 ltiittr (frerh) per h .. 0 1 I 0 1 0l ~.F'. por dozen ... 1 3 0p 1 6

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

30 7W;:7- ý03_.:V- 3M;(S M. * 1W 3"- 0- <». ' " SC'TORIT A .STEA 3k 'E L FLOUR. M ILL S :: ANGARATTA AND MANSFIELD, ',iIGvOb'the highest prico for WHEAT .,and 'lave 'LOUt1, BRAN, and POLLARD forP le T O. - Lc a 0 lT (ZLate Cahn and, Loeel). S SiU MME R G-OODS. ;iD : OAHN begs to inform the inhabitonts of .Mnnsfiold and the district that he has just received Sa supply of SUPERIOR SUMMER GOODS, ombracing all the Novelties ot the Season, TOOETHnE WITh S£300 'orth of Splendid Colonial Jewellory. N.B.-A First-class MILLINER and DRESSMAKER has been engaged. I. WA LKER, :HIGH STREET, MANSFIELD. ;The very Best Liquors of Every Description, BA6790H AND C@LOHOAL ALE&. Good Stabling. G E O R GE SHARPE, T, 'A M IF RL 0 IU _U X I L 1 S SBENALLA, :;:: HAS FLOUR, ;BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON HAND. TPIEAT BOUGR2 IN ANY QUANTTIETS. '-BENALLA STEAM SAW MILLSI THE above Saw Mills are now complete and in full working order. All orders executed with promptitude and dispatch. J. C. SUM...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

hlEI.lPUINE PRODUCE Ta1 RKFT. Menros M'0aw, AdammRn', nnd Co report for the week onding Judeo 6, 1872: Belowr we give details, results of actual nle.s: Flor, or ton ... £15 0 0 to £16 0 0 M, i3ze, per hshel ... 0 0 ' 0 " 0t Wlhe'at, dbo'". 30 , b 7 1 IhrIley, . o 0e 4 0 (6 7" Oato, food, do 0 3 0 0 3 6i 14rey Pn; 'di 0 0 3 5 0 3 6 'lrass oeed,phrennisl do 0 0 0t 9 0 Db,'rrairi" ?o 0 4 0 0 4 (, Hin?. . do .. 0o 0 ( f 0 0 Pollard do ... 0 0 0 0 0 ,hDilf, mixed, poe ton 0 0 ( 0 0 0 S'otatoeh; do ... b 0 :3 7 6 acon, per lb ... 0 6 0 0 7 Hiti; do ... 0 0 8 0 0 9 ,~Cecae; do 0 0 0 o 0 7 Buttor; podtted, do ... 0 6 0 0 10 Dofrosh do o 0 0 1 0 1 21 Ifoney, do ... 0 0 4 (I 0 -.4 Eggs, per dozen ... 0 1 t'j 0 1 1 ,Mostr. Noyes and 1Reid report for the week ending 'Junu 20, 1872. We report sales of mill, farm, anod dairy pro duco tfiis Weaok'as unier: Flour-- Hest brands fine sllk.dressed, £15 15b to £16 So per ton. "ran--lIs 0 to Is Id per hIushel. I'dllirdl-FPote, Is 5d to la 6 d;coarse, Is...

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LAND COMMISSION AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872

LAND COMMISSION AT BENALLA.   On Monday last a land board sat at Be- nalla, consisting of'Messrs Nixon, the dis- trict surveyor, and Sharpe, J.P.   The application of Carl Brendt for 50 acres, parish of Dookie, part 169, was ob- jected to by Messrs J. Dale and J.W. Cog- hin on the ground that the land applied for was auriferous,; and that a lime reef ran through it.   The matter Was referred t6 the Doristrc •Surveyor'andl the President of the Shire;_i Council to report upon. The application of Thomas Ryan for 80f acres, same parish, part? of allotnients 174i and 177,. was recommended . " ' Ge'rgerMlilleir; Gleiiroweh, 276 acres, part,? of allotments 109 and 111:. Recommended;.I The application of Michael Bowler for 320 acres, Karrabumet, part of allotments 45, 46, 47, and 58, was opposed by Thomas Jack- son, on the ground that he was the first to peg out the land. It appeared that Jackson pegged on the 28th of May and Bowler on   &...

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