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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 April 1872
g oUiN PRODUCE M8ARKET. , WV have to repoirt an consideralle rise in braid ' intf", bert millilng samples of wheat selling fre..ly at 68 to 6s 3d. For one parcel of very ine q.ility, well cleaned, we obtained the outside ,r ca of s 4d : inferior aind medium qualities v-re not so eagerly competed for, the rates ob. .in.net showing such a marked advance. Flour i4 attracting attention, somewhat commensurate ' ihi the increased rates obtained for wheat. i-noised of a few parels, north country brands, pat 613 10s. Feeding grains generally do not show any inmrovement, Maize sold somewhat better tdlay, but oaits are without any change. Barley, Lnh moalting and Oape, is in shabort supply, and would be eagerly taken up at our quotations. Dairy Produce.--toth butter and choose has Ie,-n In better demand, at improved ratesr. Pelow we glid details, 'results of actual sales: Ftour, per tona g ..?-!£2 12 ,, Ot .113100? O itlize,pelhuthel.:. 0- 0 0 "0 3.' Whleat," do . 0..3 6 0 6 :4 I'o?loy, do .....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 April 1872
IMPOUNDINGS. . 1 ENALTA-IImpounded 'at Be anslla, 18th earch-Trespas. d each lsy draught gelding, start black points, colla: marked, blind off eye, PEP (the P conjoined &lt;K.K near shoulder, 2 near neck, Q near ribs Brown mare, star and snip, \Y3H near shoulder (R off shoulder On 19th March-Trespass 3d PDrk brown colt, near bind fotlock white, "' tea Sneck To be sold on 17th April,' $ENALLA--Impounded at 'EBanlla, 8ti t 'M arch--Trespass 3d each Grey mare, E2 over JJ near shoulder .. esy mare, like 8 over AO near shoulder, blotoh of shoalder . On 30th March-Traspass 3d Irown mare, g over B nea phoulder, a nept thigh To be sol4 on Ist May " OWMAN'S FOREST-Impounded at Beech worth Shire Pound, 22nd MIarlch 3isy mare, JW near shoulder, 6 near thlgh,? oti shoulder - Grey colt, hind pasterns white, L wear shouldor qrcn fillypaeip, '+ reversed over S ndett.Los.? t -- lt-.?iaeo, g' s40l'"-o h.adandh hips,,-K over II over diamond near shoulder On 2?th March Bay,mare,-- over S over ...
SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 April 1872
SITTINGS OF COURTS;. Cascrnr OOUR.T Beechworlh-Tud sday, April 16. 'GzensL Secazo s. DBechwortb-MSouday, August 5.. Mansfield-FPjday, April 26. umCoUsT Coueiaa. Alexandra--Wednesday. April.2.. Deechworlh-donday, May 6Y 'Beaallazl~tdidaq;"July 27'.I (--hlltern atutday,-Mlay.-- - - Jawealon=Monday, April 22: Mlasfleld--Frday, April 20, WVaegaralta-lmedeaday, May 1'.." C~ouur one MoaES, A .achborlth Diatriot Alezandra-Wedneaday, Aprill 24' Beachworth Jnmilaon-Manday, Aprl 29. Manaleld-Friday, April 26..
OPENING OF THE NORTH-EASTERN-RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 April 1872
OPENING OF THE 1~NORTHEASTERN. RAILWAY. " The first section of the Norl.i·eternPUailway, whlah extends from Essendon to Seymour, on the Goulburn River,'ia now so near completion, that an experimental train-eugine, breakvan, 1and- three "carriages-left Melbourne on Thursday,.went through as far as the station in' ohelohousd lane, withib three miles of Sey. mnour, and hbacki to Melborne. The train, drawn by a locomotido recently.cohltructed at the Williamstown workshop, contained the hon. F. Longmore, the Minister for IRailways; tihe Minister for t?nds, the ion. J. 3I. Grant; the Engineer-in-Chief, and a largo number of members of Parliament, oflicials in the Railway depart mentj gentlemen connected with the Press, and others, left Melbourne at a few minutes past 9 a.m., ned after taking in water at lIerne's Seamp, Seymour was reached ct a quarter past' 12. At the Schoolhouse station a large number of the principal inhabitants of tl.e district had assembled to welcome the first throug...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 April 1872
-- 'i?. f i 5- . ' :r": - .- " " . . `" " ' -; G.ive go ut pice for WHEAT, andhae 'FLOUR, BRAN, and POLLARD for Sle. . •. ..??" ' . ';? ? 'I" "?"? ,r ,+ , B .." ol I ig .. . 1i j S U M ML'EiRcO'o':DS . ... - , , [t 1. . . ..... OU ':Pýthi°higieE Ric,`d" '`FOU BRAN, .N oOLLARDforN :.Sle .r., 7i ' L ': ; i, t r:?- r'.? "3 r i:.: :., ."'' » .. . . . ;I " "' -' ". '".r ", _. " , "; . ?: * 'Iroot - r Or t r:}-' . . '" r, ...? l ' :ii: c'- ; , '. ' ? ' " . "f' ". .:ý . . ". ? .",r :-" .. ..... . . :"' I N D S C d o,, T A TI : ;E .... .t :, - :', , . WOO ECK 0 lt L R'A - A " " , ; I .. ,A ,L oK EsR, -, • .11 '.t .. LI. ý XCl(:C :: "!,.' ' " ; ...... . -ý ' H'. ' ' . . . ". H nThe Avsery; mBest 'Liq uora of '"Every i Descr eYpton, SStabri g-.. iGEORGAE SLO ARP EoY B 'HAS. FLOUR. ;IBR3AN, AND' POLLARD ALWAYS ,ON HAND. BoE'NAL IALV STR;EANM S.AW MI LLS, THE above Saw Mill. are ne?o ;omplet' and n ??l 'working order. , .: All, or'ders 'executed" with pnromptitud ., and', dispatch,: . . C", ? U...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 April 1872
E ANDR--Impounaded atAlefaadrs&. a Bay?'are, collar marked, sliod10 near sahoulde :"To be? old eo lit May." : m· l ? : i n :... IBENALLA- Impounded at Beuatdls 4th Apri Trespass 31 per head Brown' mare, etar black polati JO near ihoulder :likedJ near thighb; olf shoulder? ' 1 t' == ,laok gelding, str; netr hind ooiroel while, like o boeplpd on Bthb May S:SALI of GROWN LANDS by puibli Suction uwill be held at Eleven o'alacklof t Wodnesday, 24th Aptil, 1872, at. the Coulthouse, "Benalls " SIlia' following Iota will be otinrod t IVN LOCSc. f Wi'tnto;, county of Delatite. periehlof:Wintono 'to the township.ofWinton, on the main Sydney. Sroad L,,Upiet price, £8 pur acre, Allotmoute.0 r to10, 13 to 15, section, 3;1, 3, 6 .to10, soction 18 Sr oach . i C +l ',.OUNTRY LOTS. ' --':: 0 ..County of Moira, parish of Shepprtoon,(oli the' . Broken; River, winthin- three milesa southieast of Sthe ,townshlp of Shepparto?. : Upsete iilce, £, per acre. .llotments 24 to 28, 22B Lir 2Sii to. S02...
LAYING THE FOUNDATION OF MANSFIELD SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 April 1872
LAYING THE FOUNDATION OF MANS FIELD SCHOOL. The ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the Common School at Mansfield took place on Wednasday afternoon, at 3 p.m. Thie children assembled at the old school room, and marched in procession, with flags flying, to the site of the new school, a well chosen spot, situated on high ground, near the Church of England. About one hundred of the inhabitants collected to wit ness the ceremony, and Mr. Ephraim Martin, corres pondent and chairman of committee, laid the stone, He called upon Mr. Elvins to read a copy of'the paper, which was placed in a glass jar, as follows:- "Mansfield Common School, No. 429." This founda tion stone was laid by Ephraim Martin, Esq., corres pondent and chairman, on Wednesday, the 10th day of April,: at three o'clock p.m., in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and seventy two, being the thirty-fifth year of the reign of her most gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, and in the governorship of his Excellen...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, April 11. (Before Mr. Butler.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 April 1872
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT Thursday, April 11. (Before Mr. Butler,) John Ryan, an inebriate, was discharged. Joseph Oliver and George Dennisey were brought up charged with assaulting Joseph Barrow, intending to do grievous bodily harm. Mr. Norton appeared to pro- &nbsp; secute, and Mr. Notcutt for the defendants. Joseph Barrow, being sworn, stated that the defen- dants were working in a paddock which adjoined his. On Monday morning, the 8th inst, he went on to their ground to look for some pigs he had lost. Asked Dennisey if he had seen two pigs, who replied "There they are." Saw one pig was dead, being shot. Called Oliver a crawler and no man for shooting the pig. Returned with his cook to drive the pig away. Den- &nbsp; nisey then said, "You b--, what business have you here," and struck him with a stick on the head. Pro- secutor then threw a pick at Dennisey, who again struck him. Prosecutor then flung two brickbats at him. Oliver then threatened to blow the brains of...
QUARTERLY REPORTS OF INSPECTORS OF SHEEP. BEECHWORTH DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 April 1872
QUARTERLY REPORTS OF INSPECTORS OF SHEEP Beechworth District &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; I have the honour to furnish you with a report of the state of the Beechworth district as regards scab, in accordance with the &nbsp; &nbsp; 12th section of the Scab' Act, and to state, scab has again broken out on Barwidgee station in 3,000 sheep, also in 871 sheep, the property of Mr David Patton, farmer at Bowman's Forest .These sheep were purchased &nbsp; from Mrs Box, of Barwidgee station; in January last. I am pleased to report there has been no outbreak of scab in the district beyond the above-mentioned areas and all the other sheep in the district; as far as I know are free from scab. I have further the honour to state, Mesrs Dale and Issett, butchers at Wangaratta , have each been fined £50 for driving sheep from the Benalla clean district into the Beechworth clean dis- trict without an inspector's authority.Mr Timot...
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 April 1872
THE SOdt -tasttn (lnsig n. Pelished on Tlucedays and Pridays. TUESD-AY; APRIL: 16, 187. Wz certainly agree with the OveDn and Miur. ray Adverltier to this extent, that any at. tempt to defend the fDuffy Ministry by abuse of its opponents is decidedly wrodg. Every journal in a free country has an .undoubted right to supportea' Government oro ppose it as to them it seems` best.: A nything like a' per sonal reflection upon the editor"of a paper who does not think it desarabln to uphold Mr. Drirrr is wrong; and therefore we think that some of the"etrictisres that have rooently ap peared in the Spectator are calculated to da mage rather than to assist the side which that journal as well as oureselves sapones.. The editor of the Oe0ei and 2liurray Adertliser in` his mode of attacking the Gorernment, whilst it has nothing in it either personal or vulgar, is certainly hardly.passable when tested by the rules of logio. We are told in the first place that the present Administration when forme...
A WOMAN'S DREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872
iA.WOMAN'S'DltiAM%.41 She et' alone i'i the moonilight;'her beau tlfuleoleek restifig upoh her hand,,'o sift and hilte'and diashled. Yon could tell, aS you lonked it her, that her 'thotiehts Were 'ar away, and that ihe ws' thinktin of'; sine. thing beauiful. Her y's were ws, ful hmr lips were eofile pressed t etFlh-r,tlhe dimpl- In her chin resnained that liltle rosy olelt, thit impress of Love's flnger.- She was less glowin'g than at tlines,' int iion ithe' lei 'li[ely,: I..thought .to riyadef.'as.liokhed6i he'r. that she was nearer. henveph than 'we coarser mortals, and JI longed. t6 know whether her pure hneart turned itself" 11 Itp. proiched hlier; she did not henr me," I spi1,A.. sho did not an-wer. I tou'hed her softly on the arm ; she looked up and :smiled 'a' far. away smile, such as an angel'.might have given. . . . " You are thinking very intently,".I said.: She answered, " Yes," in *a subdnibd tone of voice, as though that which. was on her, -mind was too holy for discuss...
MELBOURNE. April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872
MELBOURNE. '(FeroM Oota OWN CORRESPOiwN'T.) : - ' April 17, The official opening ceremonies in con= nection with the:frst: section of the'Northl eastern:Railwisy tooktiplace yes'erday,; ond everything went merry as anmiiriaze bell. The Chief S?cetary1- gratifiedii;is' admirers' by being present-at theKb!lmore'bainqliet, although he declined the post .ofhonour as" far as delighting his audience by one of his' oratorical flights, Mr. Berrydoing.the graee ful In the speechifying line-by replyint to the toast of the Ministry. Tihelineo opens far general traffli to-morrow, nnd in connec tion therewith it may be 'mentioned;tlist the public are surprised 'thast the? Gover'nient have decided thit the mails for Beechshortli and intervening:localities should leave at 3 p.m. instead of by the morning train at 6 45 am. By the latter the weary travelleir could get the dangers and;diseccmfortseof 'oach travelling naccomplished- y' daylight, which wobid be a treat desideratum, but as at pre seat a...
WANGARATTA GARRICK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872
WAN?NUARPTA GARRICK CLUB. This newly.formed club gave a performance at the theatce in the Argyle Rooms, on Tuesday evening last, for the benefit of the hospital. 'The attendance was very good, and the house-at 2s and Is prices-realised about £25. When the working expenses are deducted there will be, we believe, svme £15 for the hospital.. She pieces chosen wore the tragedy of " Douglas,' and the farce of ."Paddy Ryan;" the latter, however, is a treat in fuaro, for, through some cause or another, it did not come off. This was a great drawback, as, after the gloomy conclusion of the tragedy, the audience re quired something to excite their risible faculties. With. respect to the selection of fiv-nct tragedies by amateurs we doubt whether they are the most suitable pieces they can select. Three-act dramas are much better, and, if of modern date, can be more completely dressed. It is rather expensive to properly mount and dress a tragedy which goes back to so remote a period as when the...
MUSIC IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872
8IUSIC IN MELBOlUllNEB, (TRox ou owo COOr.sYq.NRIsT.) At the Town Hall, on Saturday evening, the concert consisted of a selection of operatic music and popular ballad songs of the day, in which Madame Miranda Hirst sang "The beating of my own heart" (Macfarren), and also a duct with Mrs. Cutter-Campanas duet "Sea the pale moon; Signor Susini, the Romantn Rance eilenctio, Lombardi (Vardi)'; Non pinandrai (Figaro), Mozart; and an aria from "Don Giorvaoni." Mrs. J. Fox and Mr. . L. Pringle also took part in the concert. The'other attractions were the jperformances of( the 'Septetto Orchestra and the Australian Bell. ringers.) Mr.s"Coleman Jacoba's first appearance as pianoforte player at these concerts was not very ex. ciling, simply becauso he. chose for his piece do resist. ance a fantasia di conecrt (" Daughter of .S. Mark 'I, ne; of his own .make-up.. It would liavo, been much .etter had he selected one of the works of the greater moasters. Speaking of 'pinoforto playing, I cannot ...
THE LATE FIRE IN WANGARATTA. To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872
THE LALTE.FIRE IN WANGAIATTA. To the E.ditor of the Norltheastern Ensign. Sir,-In the OUwn and Alurray Adrertiaer of the 17th inost appears a paragraph relating to the liberality of the Northern and Victorian Insurance Companies in settling iny claims upon them for fire damages. Allow me to obslerve that scarcely one jot of that paragraph is true. The companies named only partly settled my claims upon compulsion, and then in such a manner as two dogs over a bone. The Adelaide Insurance Comn pony, on the other hand, treated me with every cour. esy, and paid me the full amount of my clamn although that claim was not a legal one-ten hours ftier . my application was made.; I thlnk insurers gaipst fire should know this. am, Sisr yours, Ac., *a J. IL. , SrIPEAIINQO,
Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. April 18. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872
1 ANGARATT&Qc0uNRSCIit REPORT: 2gIe pcr II. : *.* a a ... ea3 O "n n 'd Pl?i ,le 2 2in's 0on 0. 2o.7 r a do, --4 e 0 t- . n n a . O `a I 9 " P.*ard, 'of. I tl niher p n11 e * ,v ery e .r Ttetter, o r lh o 0-Mr 0, -, , "0 La 0a ro1 Z O e 0, " 0t e 1 0 " lo:i. w; Lt BiO DRAWN 1.. Re FORT. lynn ruirttn, April 18. Pat e.tlereie in demand; ,ut very fe coming t' i r winter l It iin'P et.I rnling. I T i .o ld e 0ICO beld on rcnulnt of Mr. Rhonln, Tomut, d?llor. Snotti on en-ul'oor' . ta 1ns to , 4 10s; cows. 22a 6d nor ICOIhI S1ot Sheep ore tol in demand. but aro ,arca, ind ?r?o?eqentll little hul1ne1i doing. Qo6tn Slon?,8e to 8' 0e per80fhf r Biore Smock ore In patina demand. an'l I hove *.nernl loen of both cattle and ohoee uni n offer. Qnotntion.'-ul'oleil. £9 15a in £4 10; cows. 6l+'!', 18 6+; weihet'., to 8so 95, 5.Cd In 10., accordin ton quality. in. 0uirod for, ond I bays two or c ionder offer:
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872
THZ ortfrtfeiSter (i nsin. Published on luadays and Pridays. .IFRIDAY APRIL 19, 18.72. Iv would,seem that the vacancy caused in the Borough Council of Wangaratta by the non.attendance f Mr. MICHtLL is not to be filled up without a contest. This - is as it should be, because where there is an appeal to the poll the feelings of the ratepayers in a district have the opportunity, of hearing the views of more than one iian ndi. of :deciding who is iaost likely to suit them. In many localities such an" apathy pprvades that men eften get into positions which if more suitable men than theinselves woul~4 only Come for.' ward they would never attain to. It would seem that Mr. Wrm?aa Born, the well-known storekeeper.. of Murphy-street, who has pre viously been in the Council; is to oppose Mr. J, 3. Trcxc?a. Mr. Bona, of coaurtc has all the practical 'experience .that havid previously been in the Ceuncil can give him, but this is by no qeans any disqualification as against the other candidate, ...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872
hlELROUTl i PRmwuo1p M4RKRT. 1fesort Noyso ,nd, Reid report for the week ynling April 17, 1872. We report' sllei of mll,,farm, an4 aaIry pro0. ;luee this week cc under "-' Flour--Bert breds fine silk dressed, £14 to .£5 per ton. Bran--lI d to is led ;z ines 3d to Is 4d coot e, Is to Is 92d per hulhel. W heat-.4 et Prn'Ples, 6s'41 to 86 Ol ;other comples, Iromo 3i. Gd upward" according, to Olntlty..c Pn nples milling, 3 to 3 41 ; good feed, Be a7d to 3 per bueliel. . HRarly-R?ncli'h malting (very soerce); as 4d to 5s d? Cape, 3. 61 to 4s per busllel. -' " laize hce clightly drencoed during the week, 3 s 6 to 3a 7d per bushel being ohtlaoable. R. e-3 34 to 3s 6d per bushel.: Peas--3s to 3s 7d per bushel acoording to quelity. S~4tier--iBet potted, d6 to,6l per lb; ordi nar,. 3d to 41d per lb. Oheeeer?.,itj?iterlin; 5.1 to 7d per th1; other samoleq;, 31 to d4 luer lbh. Potatore--Besrt camples AS 5 to £3 101 per ton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872
.i -. . . . ..NGS. 1 .. S• OWMAN'SFOItEST- 1mpoufdad at Beech. , worth Shire Pound, 22nd Marcil'' Day inure, JW near shoulder, G near thigh, r 'on choullert 1. ! : Grey colt, hind pasterns white, L near shoulder Grey filly,asnip, reversd over S oenr shoulder Black mare, greyg about the 'headand hips,, K over H ever dineond 'ear shouldier On 25th. March Bay mare, .-- over 8 over \VB near shoulder,-1 o; rov;r.M '?ver ?:over' UýL conjoliedldff shoul der, ..., -," . ' . • .... . "' . .i Bay homae feal, progeny, unbrandel . On 26th ;Mlarchl Uny Iorse, star, hind corone ts wlte,, co near, I" I ? bffsllouldor''. ' ... ' o l',o sold on 24th April. BO iMIAN'S FiOREST--Impounded at Beach S orth ShiresPound, 30th ?lairce'iTTY .? B d' foley steFr, rwhite about the belly ad : fi., 1koJS off rump ond:ribs, both St arbe 'ooks S"bo sold onr let lMay, -o i o ' IIIL r:' ll Impounded. at hiltoern;33i . Blink "orbriwu n'hersoe:?tr,D'K ?or DR near shoulder , ay imore, star, JB over AUI conjoineodnovb r'...