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Wednesday, July 17. (Before Mr Sharpe.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 July 1872

Wednesday, July 17. (Before Mr Sharpe.) John Sully, a powcrful looking man, was brought up on three charges-viz., being drunk and disorderly, using obsceno language, and resisting the police in thue execution of their duty. It appeared that on the after. noon of Tuesday last the accused was lying intoxicated close tolthe Council Chambers. On being.taken into custody by Sergeant Whelan and Constable llrcnnani oh offered the most violent resistance, constmntly throwving himself down. IHe also abused the police, making uise of frightful language. When nearly opposite the Star IIotel he again throw' himself on the ground. Whilst Constable Brennan was stoopiing over him to put on the handcuffs the prisoner administered to him nlusty kick which would have caught hiui on the head only thIocap, which was dented in, saved hlim. For being drunk Scully was fined 5s; for using obsceno'language, 10s, or three days, and forassaulting the police, £5, or 14 days. As the accused, who is a railway la...

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BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, July 16. (Before Mr. Geo. Sharpe.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 July 1872

BENALLA POLICE .COURT. ' Tuesday, July 10. (Before Mr. Geooe. Sharpe.) Win. Mlginness v John Lloyd-Summonis for £4 S:s Postponed for want of a so:ond magistrate. Saeo v Thomia KeInen-Summons for £2 Ss.: Post. poned until Saturday, 20th lust, for a similar reason.

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Thursday, July 18. (Before Mr Geo. Sharpe.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 July 1872

Thursday, July 18. (Before Mr Geo. Sliape.) iMary Nicholas was charged with being an habitual drunkard. Constable Day proved that he arrested the prisoner on Wednesday evening, the 17th inst., about 8 p.m., opposite the Star Hotel, she being intoxicated...., Had known the prisoner for the last three years. She h'ad' frequently been conricted of being drunk and disorlerly, and on the 25th of last August was seit to ]eechworth Gaol as an habitual drunkard. The sanae prisoner was charged with breaking a wrin. dow belonging to Richard Cain, of the Star Hdtel, valued at 5s. The offenuce was fully proved by Mr.Cain.. IHis Worship said that if it had been thought worth while to go to the expensoe of bringing evidenceo s to the former convictions of the prisoner, so as to bring her within the act, lie would have felt it his duty to give her-12 months' imprisonmoent. He should. fine her £1, or 14 days in gaol, for. being drunk and dis: orderly, and order her to pay' Gs for the broken ??in ,d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 July 1872

IMUPOUNDINGS. M1 ANSFIELD-Impounded at Maoonold, by J Mr Duff-Trespass 6d Chesnut mase, silver mane and tail, very old and poor, heart off shoulder On 15th June, by Dr Rowo-TrespasB 2s Chesnut mare, blaze, near bind foot white, neal .hip down,=i over J near shoulder On 17th June, by T. MI'Iillan-Trespass 6d each 14 goats, various colours and sexes On 21st June, by Dr-RoweoP-Trespass 2s Chesnut cob, shoulder slipped, D naunr shoulder On 22nd June, by Messrs Bolas, Nowland, and Logan-Damgoes 5s Strawbeorry bull, about 18 months old, ub'viible brand To be sold on 24th July. GEORGE, CBANDLER, GROCER, AND Wine and Spirit Merchant, MURPHY STREET, WANGA?ATTA. EDDRUPP'S PROPRIETARY REMEDIES. SMITH'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. The most Celebrated and Efficacious Itemedy For - Costiveness Heartburn Biliousness Flatulenco Diesases of thetStomach Spasms Diarrimr and Dlysentery Palpitation of the Sick Headache Heart And P those numberless diseases classed under the term of Nervous Affections. In Boxes a...

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THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 July 1872

P..lu ccW t on lucaysanild Fricyag ' P FRID Y, IJULY 1i, 8 7'. i-oREo is?o doubt 0ii grotaost i re?dis?i diuo to the Anglicab'isiatop opof lc!bonrno, Dr. P??RY, ,fr his having been foremost in establishing a society for the promotion. of morality; In this yoong colohny,from cauisesa which it is hardly wrthwhliilo enterilg filly into, a dis. position o a la ,stat, of Smorals exists, and there is aniinalination to treat'as a matter.of purso tho cirmo of seductoni. In some States iii America this offonce sio punishable by im- pi, isonment, wherp itis shown i that it hao beon attended with circumstances of greatideoep tion. We hardly thi tin that ny suoh kind of egislation yonild: be of any.,lbenefit in this: :ulony ;. nir do we think that it is the corrept aoode of dealing withl the question. As it has lately been:very correctly put in the -dd, the tbandoned. tyoen. of Nelbourno are chie?y reoruited from those who hbd an extraordinary desiro for dress and ornament, and not being conten...

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LOVE'S GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 July 1872

LOVE'S GIFT. ". Imust give thee a gift, darling, What shall it be.'I x- . ' A necklace ofpearls,., From the depths of the sea i Towearrin;thy hair,ý i - l3;0 1?.!1 Or a circlet' of gold For thy finger so fair I S Or a lilly-broooh'spangled. ; 1 O : With jewels untold, . Or a bracelet of beetlee' wings S potted w ith ' g old I1 ' : :,d o " Or eor-drops as brighbt ... As thy-bonie .bluti'e ? I must-give thee a gift, darling,-' Nopearls fromt ocean, n ; ,... - ANo ilhy.broocah spangled,;d l' , With jewels untold . . No crown wreath of .diamonds, ..... No beetles' ,vings groeen, ,:No e're -diopse though bright'asn?' " . 1?. :.:The ohristians threpresen : ' perent o or the light of theiron b they'"'globe" c.. d Intime willidepart; ring upon gthe fi germst he chagelee love.rs. power may not m cthyer: t, pu- , ;rf. ," ld doors sel..dom shut closely. he hramilton Ohiowhepresen t s was but 27perent of the entire popultion f. theop glob st them The geWtlestefi'ert ?s riaydf puten theluot eddi...

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ROUNDABOUT PAPERS. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 July 1872

ROUNDABOUT PAPERS. n ' o >u'P 9, No. III. I intended to have aent this beolre, but the, fact is me and my son: Sammie, of Wild Dog Flat, got nso gloriously dnnk in this place during the. week I was unable to put pen to paper. I know full well, that some of those people aho.turn up; the whites of itheir eyes and.compose their angelic features with such a sanectified air wouol object to this "manner of life." But I think that "open confession is good for the soul ;" and then the brandy was so creamy, and the pine apple rom so sparkling and ruby looking, S,','Fit n-ectar ,for the gods"~-, that I codld not resist the temptation. But if I got drunk last week Ithink I hve'made up. for it this, for I have not-done anything beyond.liatening to praymers and strange to say they all had.roference to our glouriqus, Ark of Safety.- Wearo I-to send yo? someno:ef.tho choicest periods from these "elegant extracts" I'm afraid some of my reaiders would think me profane. I am very proud to think I ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 July 1872

If I young Ia0dy wihed l ypdng gentleman ? r khs' .what papo would she om?t? tllo i Bo Spectator, no Obecivrorbut .as. oonyTimiu, e0h ou'liloei- .ogwdih` w .tadd'thlat'aha?"would ,!k t .one wlth' Diap?iatch, no Register or Journal lepi of It, and for hllnL'to Herald it, r' meno. &llIlo 'PU Recorder, noiOhinoiold ito brbad., Her lips should be tho:only lepoalsory, 'nhd the Sun .hould ho c..luded ae muoh' as poseible. If a llese?nger got it the World would-loon-knoow ,; fiorew is now ollrlred by Telegraph where It wes formerly done by the Courer, who iVU al.asy ready to Gazette it. In the act, the Press Opot her liSe should he light and the Union Pe?or?et.thut is our iStodard of klssing-firs urisng ouroalves that no Argus eye was upon r, and the only Reflector present the Mirror.

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 July 1872

Messh s MOaC , Adtann, «pd Co report for lie week e1lig 'July 10 10872'' , Below we piv details, resutls of actual sales i 'our,l pr lonn ... to 10 Oto£1 10 0 \tnize, per, husol .. 0 .0 0 U 0I; .at, lt do o 03" .11 0 " '"lt"y, 0.r0 0 . 0 2 tP, repd, do . 0 0 P 0 1 :rw....l Ir "... 1-o 3- .' U l,. P00lerel ? dr ? 0 0 0, aheese, do ... 0 0 0' ilo llO 01 3 lHull, oiXdupo.11 .n 0 ,0 0 s 0 0 utter, potted, ... 0 0 0 '1' lOnio hr e r .... .) , ,lO 2 ; y ilo, frebldo o 0 , 2 .0",01 4 ,i.liiig July 10, 172. We hlve to report tho moelt inactive: market 'urihg thle Inst 8loek tlldt weoh.yo experienced for many months. Wo quote prices as under: Flour-llest brands fine: allk.dreised, X£1 o10 to £15 10s per ton. I ., , . ltron-ljQl to l ld per luosbe l. I'ollard-'Fiouel's 441 to Is d'??arse, s to Is 31 per hu ell, ' , W\hest-Best satiplea nortlhern and Adelaide, ai4 V'd to,7 re I; other asniples from 44'upwards. Holders ae storing hiteestnmples as millersde elino to 0e erte. at prices askid. ; o...

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MELBOURNE. July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 July 1872

(FROM OUR COiiN 0 ONDTE5P )en There will boea considerable mouster of visitors to the Parliament Hlouses this even. ina, NMr Langton-being expected to unfold hibbudget.:' It is` a rre thllig for a Trea. surer to have such a plethora on the right side of the ledger, and it ought to make the task alL.lthe easier for Mr.,.Langton, but how willfMr Francis fiel if lio gets twitted; about the sad deficiency when lhewas in office under Mr M'Culloch, and ilie:olijectioniable tlx-on proprty-.was.proposed as a. means of getting rid of the then threatened deflehnoy ? \Whother protection as Owo new hve it is a bleasii?i,'as its advocates allege, or a curse, as its opponents aver, it is a good; thing .to. bring in'the " siller." ' MriJoulin.Orr,;thi neily-elected member for the 1Murray Distriot, wvill take tis seat this afternoon.. So it .sitms. that. therel will be i'o hitolh in theN lee?'o!L-.n : j . fopt. tihe whole of the'Omco votes gi+en ho If-O i ry '' would not turn ihe scale, eo tiso t t...

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BEATING A WOMAN TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 July 1872

BEATING. A \V,OMAN. TO,DB.ATI-r. A shocking. dleath. took.place in Launces. lon.lst .weelk,the result of an a?snulb com~ initted by one Catherine Lee on a woman nanuiod'Jilia Byrne. ? Th'a deceased woman wus nearly 00 years of npe, and. aose. living with a man namedl Hirst os his wife. Hier. dying doposhiou was as follows:--".COthse ril.e Lee, now presoet, ill-used.me in, this, room yoeste.rday. :Sio beat min vitI bQlh,her., hands, and kicked me with her feet in?differ ?nt parts lof my body. She dragged me oul. of bed on to the floor, and I don't know why she did it, as I gave her no provocatio,. I was not able to move aftervwards, and have. been.ill"everd snee." When she first cameo it she said she would kill me, and commenced beating me. I have been in bed ill for some, ?oeeks,:and was so wheti Cutheriuo Leo came, in. 1 did not striko her with a pannicaq, I, had not seen her for ix weeks before. I; nover haid any wdrds with her." CObnstable. Sweeney said he arr, sted the prisoner ...

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VIOLET TOWN. July 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 July 1872

VI',OILET TOWIN.. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONODENT.) July 17. Your. readers will probably remember the battle of the Violet 'lTown correspondents iver the go:it add pitas, is related in the .Ensign some time back, and the subsequent reconcilia.tion-and frratrnisititn of the belli gerents-your own correspondent being one of themn. "'t will'be perceived by to-day's report of the Violet Town'Police Court that the goat nuisance has cropped tip again, but your correspondent is not the sufferer in this instance. He tholight prevention better: than cure, and rather than risk a breach in the fellowship existing between. hliiself and !lis.... bIrotther chip, he'decidedl ei pitt?inglno crop this year, ,so his friend's goath coutld not do stroy it. 'lhey are, however, of an erratic nature, and with others of their kindred have been wandering into fresh pastures, and in their various forrays have been destroying the crop of a less.humane individual than your hudiblo.servunt. Tho'result lihaes been ...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, July 15. (Before the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 July 1872

WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, July 15. (Before the Mayor.) Wm. Piggott was charged with using obscene lan- guage toward Mr F. C. Michell. Mr Lamont appeared for the prosecution. Mr Michell proved to the language having been used. The defendant stated that Mr Michell first knocked him down. The defendant was also charged with breaking a window at the Royal Victoria Hotel. Mr Fisk deposed to the window having been broken, and valued it at £3. The defendant stated that he went to Mr Michell's on business. Whilst talking, Michell knocked him down, and he was hustled about by the bystanders. Dan O'Neil, who was present, corroborated defendant's statement, and deposed to Mr Michell's knocking de- fendant down. He stated that it was Fisk's hand that went through the window whilst trying to put defen- dant out. Ed. Edwards also gave corroborative evi- dence.   Both cases were dismissed. Henry McDermott was charged with assaulting John. Grey at Glenrowen. Mr Notcett for the d...

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A FORTUNE FROM THE SALADBOWL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 July 1872

A FORTUNE FROM THLE SALAD-. .:1 LoU a r B ,?b0W L. It stands on record that a French nobleman having fled the gulilotine at the end of the last century, and finding himself without cash in this countoy, contrived to pick upnotonlya living but a competency, by taking to salad making as profession. This is how.t,camos to pase:-A French emigrant named D'Albignone was dining at one of'the mont fashionable taverns in London,. where ho was addressed .by a party. ofdandies who. oca?upied the tablo next to him with' a request to nix a salad for.thew, coupled with a iolite compliment. upon the proficiency of the Fren'ch iation'in th'art. D'Aibigna?re with some hesitation, consented, and, being provided with the necessaryringredients, Iwa?lVry1 suicrCessful. In the course of theiproceedings he entered into conversation with these people, and'in aoswer to their questions he frankly avowed his position; coisequently.they, felt|uostiffed'in "skioghis acooptanco of a five pound note, which he Cc....

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ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 July 1872

ADMINISTRATION . OF' Tf'E'GO` VERNMENT DEPARTMENTS:'.- ,' The following Is tho:speeb~ 'delveri.6nh" Ilth July by Mr Hanna on the suljct'of refer. ring tebohargo against the late Government to a committee of the House. Mr Hanna-lt may be all very well for the honourablo member for the Ovens (,?r Smith) to state that there i'no' tie in'appointing a com= mitto; but the honourable member should re. collect that the late Alinister of Lands is under a cloud. When I read the statement made by the Chief Secretary at Richmond, I felt very much pained that a man who had administered the laud law so liberally, and so advantageously to the public, should be branded as a man who gavo away £45,000 to the squatters. I think that the members of the late Government who are affected by the charges which have been to publicly made should insist upon a commlttee. They stand before; the country with those charges 'against them, and, if they decline to prosecute an, inquiry by means of a com'uittee, ther...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 July 1872

'TO 1 E .EDITOR .OK 2F.TaENOrTH S BA STBBRN EBNSION. i Sir,--Having' just seen a copyý of yrir'is ue of the 6th inst, I observe a il ter'signed s Ciharmer" animadverting on crtain inem. ,bers of the Board of Advice- for the Behilla district. Owing'to. my not having had and earlier opportunity, I must apologiss for .noticing;it thus late, and Ioonlya do so at all. .I tocaabove letter aontains ah tissue' of mis. statSemei;e calculalod to .mislead'tho, shoep'. sowners 6ftl'Bitrotic, niot, ajcquaintaed with the true facts. Your correspondentt begins by stating that t the ordinary.meeting of tie Board lield- tt'Benhlld on the r5th .ult. a motion was carried oappointing a nuw chnir man. He omits, however,to mention that at this meeting 'there were only three mem bers present, and those the most.recently ap. pointed, the other six of which the Board consists being absent from the inclemency of the weather at the time and other causes. The important motion whioh two of these members went th...

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PRESENTATION TO MR. BELCHER. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 July 1872

PRESENTATION TO MR. BELCHER. On Tuesday last a number of the leading gentry of. Wangaratta assembled at the Council Club Hotel, Waugaratta, to wish Mr. Belcher, of the Bank of'Noe South Wales, good.bye. Mr. L?mont was called to the chair. Aftermaking a very neat speech the Chairmao called upon Mr. Crone to read an address to Mr. Belcher, signed by the principle tradespeople and men of stand. ing in .Wangaratta. After which the Chabrman i d hbe felt proid to be called to the chair upon such an occa. aion as the present, and after dilating upon the past career of Mr. Belcher, and wishing him every success in 1 the future, he presented him with' a handsomeo gold watch adrid chain as a token of respect from the people of Wangaratta. The watch was engraved on the back and the following inscription written on the inside: " From a few" friends at Wangaratta to Joseph Belcher, B,Mr. Paritt, of North Wangaratta, spoke of the many good qualities of Mr. Belcher, so likewise didMr. Smith, manag...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 July 1872

70 TIIB EDITOR OF TH?E NORTH. BEASERBN £ENSICRN. Sir,--I have just read your paragraph in rt lrence to MIr F. A. Clark's presentation to the Major Pains Ploughing Mlatch, nnd as there are only three sadillers in Benalla it would appear by cur advertisement and your paragraph that only two-of them have subscribed to the sail match, whereas such is not the case. In justice to Mr G. Willis, whose name does not appear in print, he has always been the first in Benalla to oubscbiib to the ploughing,,m?bch jrpa?ing always in cash, thereby preventiong his name ap. peoring amongst the. prize givers, as it otherwise would have done,. l . W. 0oGHILt , lieon. See. Major Plains, July 20th, 1872.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 July 1872

70 711E EDITOR OF THE NOR7EL. EASTERN EVSION. Sir,-." My Ancit" must be u most unforiu atL old gent, though it must be. acknowledged that he suffered a glorious elevation since his Spree. Pity that he is so mentally enfeebled that he could not resist temptation. However, we must be charitable; pefhaps his mental in. firmity is oing partly, if not entirely, to the hot and strong potations he imbibed during the frolicsome days of his youth, for It must be ad mitted that these enoerate the intellect when age. creeps on, fo ot before. Now, if this surmise be corree!, I cannot wonder at Tony having an eye to the castahlbishment of a lunatic asylum at Euron. And to attribute the probable necessity for such an establlishient to, the 'growth of Rechabitism may be very convenient'for bhie (suspicion is not a nice thing to be lurking about any m?apn door), but hoe knows better. Now, this, MIr Editor, I'll stateand challongiToy.,-o contradict it, that abalitieine frn'-iitltzliatio? g drink has...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 July 1872

TO CORRESPONDENTS. No comruouicahion' iill under. any ciroeum sancea be inserted unlesaas authenticated by the real name and address of the writer, not neces sarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Weo are not reaponsible for the 6pinions ez pressedby correspondents " Asnzver," Euroa.-Weo think it will be better to let the two fight it out, though yrur ideas are mainly:to the point,: and-for the most part very good., _ I " ? • ° ,· - -i ~ m zl m

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