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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 5 July 1872
SALEXANDA-Imp)ouuded at Alexandra - Ilay marr, star, JD over cn near shoulder I lay mare, LI near shoulder SRusty iron grey or brown horse, foal at foot To be sold on 24th July. LONOWOOD-Impounded at Longwood, 19th SJune ;:'Dark bay horse, small star,like JP conjoined blotched nmar shoulder, 2 off shoulder, hind Sfeet shod :: To be sold on 17th July. :: -iANSFIELD-Impounded at Mansfield, by * i .?l.i: Mr Duff-Trespass 6d Shbesnut mare, silver nane and tail, very old and poor, hairt off shoulder On 15th Junr, by Dr Rowe-Trespass 2s Chesnut mare, bhaze, near hind foot white, near ' hip down, , over J near shoulder On 17th June, by T. M'Mlillan-Trespass Gd each S14 goatF, various colours and sexes On 21st June, by Dr Rowo-Trespass o2 SChesnut cob, shoulder slipped, D near shoulder On 22' d .June, by loessr BoleF, Newland, and Logan--Damages 5s Strawberry bull, about 18 months old, uo viible hI '"*brand ' . To be sold on 24th July. 1.'JI XROHISON - Impounded at Murchison, S20th June-Tre...
A ROMANCE OF THE PEERAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
A ROMANCOE 0I Q T-I PEERAlhtl. The House of Lords, sittian as a Commil tee for Privileges, resumed on Friday thu hearing of the claim presented"bytbhe Right IIon John Campbell, Earl of Aberdeen, in the peerage of Secotland, for a writ of sum mons to Parliament as Viscount Gordon of Aberdeen, in the peerage of the United Kingdom. The case of tile claimant was opened on the 27th of March by Sir IRoun. dell Palmer. The following is a rdsume of the case us openoed by Sir R. Palmer. The sole difficulty in the case related to the doeth of George, the sixth Earl of Aberdeen and third Viscount Gordon, without issue. If their lorlehips should be satisfied that the sixth Earl of Aberdeen died at sea on the 27th of January, 1870, the right of the peri. tioner as the only surviving son of the fifth earl to succeed to the viscountcy would be indisputable. On the 3rd July, 1871, the petitioner was declared by the court in Scot land to have proovod the facts sated in his petition, and was accordin...
ANOTHER CABLE TO EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
iAN0l It 'ol1IL3L aO''EURlOP i r`he S 1t:1t=' r cvrtseor -ps he ithe f;ullowio: iforilatliof in i?conlnection with. the lproposed opening ?`'iainew line of co?? mumnication withll Erope :d Quieensland - e . ha,. e just received ·informatioi that' th? following telegram has been sent froeh' Lord '?tonek,: the 'chaiiiman of the' Britisha iAustralianii' l'lelgraph Company, to the Chief ;Secret?ryof Queensland :-?-On applicatioa of Ageht General, British Australian Com.. pany intends: to :la.y cable: immediately be= tween Normani River aniidPort Darw in.'" Codinmmeningi upon this informatiori, the journal obseerves :--p? i h:?" ? ai .""The British Cable ompany bavye nr ' beliavoed : ell;to '. Although they" are' quite awvare ofCthe strenuous efforts we habe ainade to complete ;our overland linie by the 81st December, 1871 i:althouglh: they ar thoroughly eivare of the terrifio floods that'i .prooented our parties proceedlgiig with their worl'as intended;. they have'taklen a meant mernena...
FUNERAL OF THE LATE MR. JOHN HALL, OF WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
FUNERAILk OF J:i21 ELGATr'E ;I,?;'?O. N 'JonHnlI;re' hdconmitted to the dust e;,n of.the largest funeral procesainls'we hav seein o Wangaraia nassembledat thie Bill': Bead tin lMurphyestreet, ianI d followed tho corpse' to the cemetery,~where 'th V?n tihe Archadecon read the solemn funeral service, duringwhic the coffin containing the romi si of MrTehn Hall was interred M;1ost' man are spokei beotter 'of after theiri 'death than while.they sar living,: but" there id .nbot thei slightest doubt that Mr Hall will! bo. greatly: missed in Waigaratta Having beein an old' resident .of. some .20: years. standing; and during those 20 years alnways ready to oblie i ;and even' help, anyi who!honestly yrequired his aasatisnoo;li has .gained a ianame that will tahke a long time to rub out .of the hearts of meany men in Wangaratta. Mr John Hall' was a rough diamondi ?l vho lione' hiim can boier testimony to the fat. Very rough .indeed in his' exterior, kut nevertheless :a, diamond, and one whom/ ...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Saturday, July 6. (Before Mr. M'Bean.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Saturday, July 6. (Before Mr. lt'Bean.) Walsh v David Miller-This was a saummons issued by Mr Walsh, the baker, against a journeyman who had been in his employment, charging him with an assault, with threatening and abusive language, and with ab. sconding from hired service. The defendant did not appear, and a warranut was issued for his approhen. sion. Judge v Meritt-A aummons for an assanlt. Settled out of Court, neither party appearing. The Court thea adjourned. Military guard was mounted at the royal mint for the lrstlimo oa n Thursdy. A oonsiderabhl quantity of gold has been coined says the Age, and an issue will taiko place through the banks •which have sent in bulllon, ona Mondtay, after 12 o'clock,
WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
WANGAIA'1TA HOSPITAL. The meeting '.of tbp hospital committee, which should have been held on Thursday last, lapsed for want of a quorum. Doubt less the ficb that AMrO'Leary'was to address the electors at North W?angaratta at the same hour was the eausea.es we notied'several gentlemen comprising 'the above committee present at Mr O'Leary.'s meeting. In taking. a walk through the institution, we were pleated to observe the state of perfection it has arrived at in so short a time. The ward (containing 12 beds, 10 of which are now occupied) is in excellent order, and the patients seeon to be as comfortable as it is possible for them to be under their various painful circumtances. The bath room, laundry, kitchen,. and other places requiring water, are plentifully supplied from a large tanlk in the yard, and altogether the place has a thealthy and comfortable appeorance. Great credit reflects upon the house steward and matron for the scrupulously clean con ditiol everytlling is kept in. ...
ABDUCTION CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
.::.!5,'.:.':- s oAdDUTIO NT"O.C: :.OAE.?': ±,=.: '':,=t AttlitohE dwtlori p olico courtniRichatdTroul; aliain erots i tnsoharged 'ith tho abduction of a girl naied Eminily Moore, undlerl& yearb of ig no farhbacik as March,. 1870 .Thoov-i e donco given i sa to tho effect ttli on hat.dato the prisonerwoi. disocharged from tlo emplloy mnet of IsanoMoore a Nunawadiig fiirmer, and 'after he had left it: was found thlat the daughter of his: employor, a girl just. tudrned .15 .years of ago, wasn misang: :Moo:e stated that ho had meto tho prisoner.on thp day ha loft his oservice going inito town, in ia cob with a fomalo, of whom he did not toakea uchl notice,' but has since believed;to.t:' ,b his daughter. Since tha?.'time, "t 4ughb hbe had made inquiries in every direction. and' advertised, he had seen or dhoard, nothing of the girl.: . : ole Madden' remembered seeing. the prisoner going-towards Melbourne. about 200.yards beohind'tho missing girl on the day hb left Mooro's service...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
O·· i' OFFICE, BENALL. A: AnRIVAL:v AsL v1iARTn MAILS &C. :Mails arrivo . From:Mellbourne and poPe towns by. way of :Melbourne; daily (MIoudays :excepted?, a: 0.10 Intertoediato poet towns, viz., Donnybrook' Wallan Woailan, .Kilinore,' Broadford, Tallarook, Seymour, Avenol, Lond'ood &c.(including the correspondence from Mnnsfiold, Mlerton, Aiex. Indra, Jamieson dc.), at 0.15 p.m. Winton; Wangaratta, and . Becchworth (in cluding letters from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxiey, El Dorado, Buckland, Yackhandandah, Wahgun yah. Rltutherglen, Ohiltern, Albury , &., whence ,no direct oilole are. received), doily (Sundays excepted), at 6,30 p.m.... . allor Plains, Yabba .Yabba Station, Katnh dra, Cobram, and Yarrawonga do, Fridays, at 0).30 4.m. Shepporton, .Pine Lodge Station, Gowren pardio and Beualla do, Mondays, at 7.30 p.m. Mails close For Melbourne, and places vil Mlcbourne, daily (Sundays oecepted), at 5.15 p.m. Intermediate;post towns, viz,, Violet Town Furor, Longwoo...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
TO ADVERTIbERS. Advortioosemonts cannot bo. withdrawn beforoe the time. expires for which they have been ordered. In cases whore thp nlmbqr of insor? tions is. ot specified the advertisonments will be insorted ti.ll sointermanded, and 'charged ac gordingly. Quartgrly advqrtisements will be continuously inserted unless. a writtn order to stop thpm is sont.
Thursday, July 4. (Before Mr. D. H. Evans and Dr. Miller.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
ThLuroday, July 4. (Before Mr. D. IL Evans and Dr. Miller.) Ilaphaol Bros. v Parmonta-- oods sold and delivered. No appearanoce of defendant. Order for amount, with o5s oote. George Carter, on romand, was charged by Mr F. 0. Michell with stealing a chequo for,4SM on tho 27th [larch oast. Mr Notcutt for prosecution; Mr Norton ,r Norton objoctod to tho case being gone into with. out the productiaon of a writ halhus coepuo, as the do. fondant lnad previously boon committed on another Chargc. ', The Bench held the objeation good. Courch adjourned' to 3 p.m:.. .
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
t. Pebi~e eia ff 7op.daMi epdJaFreiue £UESDAY J y all 1870 that Et ei· 1d be better if the Fiji Iselagde eri pled i ader the JIrithti protition, or at nany rate u ic r the control of some stropg power. Ihe att9 pt of Mr. BhuT to carry on an indel pe dent govern mpat was not very snoccesful, and lately scoce, have taken place w1hicl show -that law and oulcr are at a discount in that part of the w;orld. It is not, hower, . ao nuch about tlte Gaoverinent of the ialand that we'waishto apeal4 aq eoncqqinga the horrors of I e lavery wiucl iit rwoellapeaq are at .preseant raDipat en Fiji; We ueed :to deprociate the I alleged rioelties of the planteraien the Southern $tle ;of 4'merica tpwards their nDlrots, buat we think thg h folling ex tract from the fir, eo t han e nythong that forseinme year pator existed in Ameria The jeurnlto .which wo ear alluding says:---, '"? .:,,, 'Aflue4 ooft elastrs; kanown elir ttsied Underwood, ioppertcl some Iborers iresm TeInsimedortakiog that .ater ; 'year'...
WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
WANGAflATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of this Conhoil was. held at the Town Hall, Wangaratta, on Wednesday evening, July 3. Present, Crs Tone (in the chair), Wilson, Murdoch, Boyd, Swan, Johnstone, Dixon, and Spearing. The minutes of previous mooting were read and cona firmed. Correspondence received From Mr Ambrose, asking permission to place build.. ing material in front of the Argyle Rooms in Murphy. street, on behalf of Mr Spearing. Granted. From the Registrar-General, enclosing particulars of census in Victoria. From the Lands office, acknowledging the receipt of a letter asking for information na to the amount of moneys received at Wangaratta, Beeebworth, and, Be nalls, since the year 1865. Noaction. From Mr J. II. B. Spearing, asking for a refund of the licence which he had paid for the fair dpys, a., no fair halt been held. Ordered to lie on the table. From Messrs Evans Bros., asking the Council to sup. port and further the circulation of the Government ...
MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. July 8. MR. E. MOOREY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
` 4 't,11fi1rA FI"ELp,'D PODUIIC .OI1 CIILaB ;? &lt;` M i' s :.'. . c,: :July 8: ·:>;; ': 'M· iif` 0OR;lj'E''r-RaF;oilT; T1ouy pcotou. *.OO 0 to £17: 0.0 QhooF`do 0: 0 '0 Whoot; per huobol"_::... I0' 0 0 "0,'' 0 0 0 Oats::.` , do 0 Q: 0 0 3 0 13peooo, per lb', ..;:, 0, 0 $ 0'" 1 0 Rutter (froah) pobe: 0, 1 0 . 0.' 1 6 lýggopor dozen ',0_ 1 3. 0. 1'
SHOCKING SCENE AT A FIJI EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
SFI3oIPlN.G SCEN.iS AT A FIJI E XI1. UUTION. A horriblo and brutalising spectacle wa witnessed on Tuesday morning (May 28) by a number of persons. who went to see the execution of the man Francs for tile murder of MIr 'Ihomps Muir on board the lMarion Rennie. Every preparation was made the previous.niglht,, the rope fixed and the noose adjusted. Rain. fell, however, and wet the rope, which was a very thick one, and in the morning it had to be dried before a fire. The time came, the rope was again fixed, the el. prit and the hangman were on the scafllod, and before slipping the noose over the wretched map's.head the hangman had to sit down and place onre of. his feet in and pull with all his might to make the knot run; then, after placing it over Franes's head, he had tile greatest diflicalty in ranking it fit anything likq tight, but not nearly so tight us it should have been. '1 hen the drop fell, and when the rope tightened, with a low dull thud, Francs was apparently dead for abo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
T;;d ,m iosnded; at' \Vtnogo i'?i'.O'tO mar re"inni"pot 'oll"i roump, liko C Over ' o should'er''.'atrlps'ain snip near;l(fdifont white, 'degt h~il od;Hitiog N near rshoulder ;: ,.'1loyiliY. ·,sgtr; 'whiouldteon, hind foot, wilting N ' ": e,' onr 'shoulder. '.tw t S];.nlr e filly, ntir, noar hind foot "hiieii: :. T'!,o ho sold on17,th July ,. " :. *y-lonpnoodod at .Yen 20th`J:n, .uu: )fay horse, lLc r ohjainnd noan shoulder; Pi1' off shouldedr Chnenut horse, Jil ccn3eoinod.noea onhoulder , little w .hlteone rhbind foot Alo. bn sold on 24th July. _.······, ·;ars ON the 27th January lost we published a lead. ihg atticle clchging Mr Lloyd Jones with having "intrigued." and to servo his own unlaw ful purposes procured the dinmissal of Mr Kerr, a the p inspector.tor the Seymour District. We charl d uli Jones with having effected .Slr Kerr's luin to serve his own ends. We further charged air Jones with "o hicanery," and attributed to lin various other disreputable actions. On the 24th Feb...
VIOLET TOWN POLICE COURT. Wednesday, July 3. (Messrs. Grattan and Gall.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 9 July 1872
VIOLET TOWN POLICE- COURT; Wednesday, July 3. (Messrs. Grattan and Gall.) John Gaynor, brought up on a warrant from EIlroa. for shooting on a Sunday, lie having disobeyed a sum mons for same, pleaded guilty, and was final 5s for disobeying order of Court; 10s for conveying himo from Euron; .£2 for carrying fire arms and shooting on a Sunday, ritlO 10s costs, or four days in gaol. Prisoner went to gaol. Police v Thomas Coughlin-For stealing a counter pane and blanket. P.C. Percy, sworn, said--I am stationed at Violet Town. Information was received at the police station on the 22nd June that the late residence of Mr Simpson was broken into where his luggage had been left for trans mission to Benalla. Entrance had been effected through the bedroom window-the only one that was not railed. On the ground outside was.a new Crimean shirt, with the storekeeper's private mark on it, which I found out had been purchased by the prisoner. The evening before I obtained a search warrant for his ho...