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SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

* SI'Tr INGS-OF cOURT's. CIncUIr CounT: rccchworth--Wndnendny,,26th October. GEOEROAL orEsrOzo, Ileechovertb-3fonday, Augucsta Plaunfeld-Fridoy, October 18. COUoTY CantRs. Alctindta-Wednesdny, October 9. Ilonallta-Tttoday, August 13. .Jnmiesont-Saturday, October 10. A1onsfield-Friday, October 18,'

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

THe Publishal on 2oesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1872. According to present appearances thore will he a contest for each of the vacant seats in the Ionalla Shiro Council. It was rumoured that Mr. Thomas Turnbull only resigned his seat for the South-west Riding in order that he might express his opinion on the oxponditule of the shire funds, with a vioew to offerilg himself for re-election in affirmation of the position he took up. But such appears not to behothe fact, as no mention is now made of 3Mr. Turnbull again enteoing the field. Mr. WVurdrop, of Paddy's Plains, a somewhat now residont in the shire, and Mr. JolhnSmith, who contested the scat with Cr. Guppy, but failed,- arc both named as probable candidates. It is just possible, too, thlt Mr. P. Ryan, of Godmalibee, will enter upon the contest. Mr. J. W: M'Kellar, of Lima, has also boon men tioned, but we do not think that gentleman, though he ought to be in the Council, possesses the necessary qualification in the Sou...

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POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

' POST" OFFICE, 3BENALLA. AtItIVAL AiL "DEPAIrTURE OF MAILS &C, Mails arrive From Melbourne, and post towns by way of Melbourne, daily (Ionudays excepted), at 9.15 ' Intermediate post towns, viz., Donnybrock ' 'allan Wallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, e.ymour,_Avenol; Longwood &c.(incliuding the eorrospondence from Mlansfeld, Mcrton, A:ex ,r;dra, Jamieson &c.), at 9.15.p.m. Winton, Wangaratta, and Bcechworth (in lluding letters from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxley, EJ. Dorado, Iuckload, Yackanudnndah, Wa hgun .hl. Rutherglon, Chiltern, Albury, &c., wbence ,o direct mails are received), daily (Sundays (xcepted), at 5.30 p.m. Major Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan dni, Cobram, and Yarrawonga do, Fridays, at i 0.30 a.m. Shopparton, Pine Lodge Station, Gowen bca dio and.Benatla do, Mondays, at 7.30 p.m. * Mails close For Melbourne, and places vib Melbourne, .,ily (Sundays excepted), at 5.15 p.m. Intermediate post towns, viz,, Violet Town ]'uroe, Longwood,...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

ARRIVAL OF TIIE ENGLISH MAIL. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) Loenox, June 14. The Tichborne claimant, encouraged by his reception in his Hampshire stumping, has held crowded meetings at Bristol and Southampton, chaperoned by Mr Guild ford Onslow, to excite sympathy and to collect funds. It is said that Mr Lowe objects to the enormous expense of the proposed trial. Ministers refuse to answ.er questions respecting the clainmait in Parlininent. " 3Mr Tallormani is pieparioga colloction of Australian products at the Bethnal Green Museum eit the request of the directors of the Kensington Museum. H. Chedalier's five pictu res now at the Royal Academy are to be sent to the Palace of Dheeg, in India. Sir Qharles Wingfield is to call attention next week to the proceedings of the Rosario in the Polynesian seas. A pleasant reunion of colonists took place on Mion day evening in the Quaeensland annexo of the Inter. national Exhibition. Sixty gentlemen sat down ton rcclcrche dinner, consisting chiefly ...

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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. July 29. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

- 00 II ---------- WVANARlATTA 001tIERCIAL REPORT. July 29, I? our,per t .n . -£14 0 0 to £10 0 0 V hcat, per ushel ... O 6 0 0 0 'Oato, do ... 00 0 0 2 0 'Itrnn, do *.. 0 0 - 0 1 0 P.llard, do .. 0 0 0 1 0 uLter, per II, ... 0 0 0 0 1 0 Eggs, per dozn .. 0 0 0 0 1 0 BIOALO.A. Joly 20. Flour, per Ion ... £10 10 0 to £10 0 0 tVhoell, per hulhel ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 ollrl 'lo ... 0 0 0 0 1 0 llrano do ... 0 0 tLon, 3o ... 0 2 0 0 3 0

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

I MElABOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Messrs .1'Caw, Adamsnn, and Co report for the w'eek ending July o24,1872: VWe cannot report any improvement of note in broadstuffs. There was a slightly better inquiry yesterday and Monday, without leading to any transactions beyond trade requirements." Our highest offer to-day for oeat'country broands of flour was £15, therefore the whole of the con. signments to-hand were withdrawn from sale. In wheat we had nothing prime' to offer ;placed a prime lot of Tasm'nilan privately at Gs 6d. Feeding grains rule about same ,as regards price, the demand, however, is somewhat better. Good food oats worth 33 to 33 .,1, and prime milling 33 31 to 3s 41 ; maize finds sale at 3s Id. In dairy produce there has been an improved demand, and a shade higher. All good to prime lots of cheese selling freely at 7d to 8bl, and any potted butter coming forward is eagerly sought after at quotatioene. Belowwe give details, resulls of actual sales : Flour, per to ..£1 0 0 to £15...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

"'-" " " IMPrOYJbND S Al ANSFILba-Impoundol it Mansfield, by " Mr Duff--TrerpaFa Od Chesnut maei, silvei mane nnd tall, very old and: Spoor, heart off shoulder " ' On'lSth Juni, by Dr Rowo-Trespass 2s Chesnut mnnr, b'az-, near hind foot white, near hip'down, . over J onearshoulder On 17th June, by T. M'Millan-Trespas s . Od each i4 goatl, various colourn and sexes ' On slt June, by Dr lowe--Trespass 2s chesnut'cob, shoulder slipped, D near shoulder 'in l22d June, by Mlesrs Boles, Newland, and L ogan-Damages 5B BSrawborry bull, about 18 months old, no vi-ible * rand 'o 'ob sold on th July. ?" =~~PI" "_ ... GEORGE CHANDLER, - GROCER, AND Wine and Spirit Merchant, 0Ill?uRPHY STREE?r, WANGAItATTA. EDDRUPP'S PROPRIETARY REMEDIES. SMITH'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. The most Celebrated and Efficacious llemedy For Costivenes Henartburn Jliiousness Flatulence I)ianses of the:Stomnach Spasms bli,erlmi and Dyseotery Palpitation of the Sick Headache Heart : ' Dyspnapia And p those numberless diseases c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

SHIRE OF BENALLA. South-west Riding Election. NOTICE is, hreby given that the IANNUAL ORDINARY ELECTION will be held on TIIUJRSDAY, the 8th day of AUGUST next, to elept One Member of Council for the South * west Riding of the Shire, In the stead of Or Thomas Turnbull, who retiree by rotatlin, and that Thursday, the Ist day of August next, will be the day of nomination. And all candidates at such election are hereby required to he nominated at the olffice of the Council, between the hours of Ten o'clock in the forenoon aend Four o'clock in the afternoon, on some day bnfore such day of nomination. And I hereby appoint Mr Francis M'Donnell to be my deputy to receive nomination papers and deposits. WALTER GUPPY, "Roturning Officer. Council Chambers, Bonalla, 20th July, 1872. SHIRE' OF BENALLA. South-east Riding Election. rTOc'IE is hernhl given that the ANNUAL ' ORDtINARY ELEOTION will be hold on TUURSDAY, the 8th'day of AUUQUST next, to elect ' One Member of Council for the South east ...

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MURDEROUS ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

lUIRDEItOUS ASSAULT. About 3 o'clock on Saturday morning I last a terrible assault was committed by William Hogan, a farmer living near Benalla, on his own brother-in-law, William Houla hban. It would seem that about 2 o'clock in the morning the Houlahan family were dis turbed by the arrival of Hogan, at whose house Houlahan had previously been. Hogan smashed in the door. of his brother-in.law's house with an axe. On entering the room he made direootly at Houlahan, who was standing beside his wife, and dealt him a ter rible blow with the sharp end of the axe, which at once felled him to the ground. He then made a blow at hirs IIoulahan, but she grasping the hto managed to got it from -him, and the ruffian turned and fled. The nature of the wound inflicted on Houlahan 'is that he has received an extensive wound on ithe. side of theo.head. He is under the .bpro of Dr. Nicholson, who. has, already ex-, 'trlacted several pieces of bone front the skull, and, we believe, will have to take...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

TO TIlE .EDITO1 OF TIL'E iOROTF. EBASTERN ENS10N. Sir,-To a person possessed in an ordinary degree with common sense and intelligence' there is nothing more nauseating thant the senseless vapouring of an empty-patod braggart. That Violet Town is pestered with such a specimen of humanity in a minor" satellite of the present member for the Murray District. was fully demonstrated to visitors there last court day. His theme on the occasion was the lato.oleotion-himsolf of course being the hero. It is unnecessary to allude further to this luminary than to merely remark that some aspersiois cast on an absent supporter of Mr O'Leary has in. duced me to communicate to you, for the benefit of your readers, the substance of a conversation they gave rise to with.one of the dupes of our flatulent friend and his con. federates during the election. It was with feelings of humiliation and remorso that their conscience-stricken dupe related to me pro. cnedingstino-whlauhhe'Irtft taj`iiii i rpc pgr8...

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MAJOR PLAINS ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

MAJOR PLAINS ANNUAL PLOUGH ING MATCHI. The ploughing match at the Major Plains was exceedingly well attended on Friday lost, notwithstanding the feot that in the course of the day so'me very heavy showers fell. : Besides those who.lived in thoemo?d inmmediatO locality of the Major Plains, visitors,from Benalla put iu an appearanceo, amongst whom wj observed Messrs Boger, R. M'Grath, E. Shortell and others. The locality selected for this test of ability in the occupation of ploughing oas a plcoe of land situated on Mr R. Rutherford's station, some' four miles beyond Mlr oghill's store. The land itself was exceedingly well adapted for the purpose, and we believeo we are correct in saying that those who should be coonpo. tent judges in such matters 'are of opinion that the ploughing was of a very superior kind. Mr Coghill acted as honorary score. tary to the cornmittee appointed to conduct the whole affair, which was carried out in accordance with a set of rules duly prepared Those who...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

vvcT, RT ~STE M AFO UR -M h I , L i:, ' ;' -- : : ' " ...... . .... , . . ·· -.,,. . 1~r. SRALPA 1: AS-F LOUIR, BRAN,, AND POLhLA:RD: ALWAYS ON HAND. ' "' ·. i',. I .'0P/T.Oo12 iN dI?V (QU' ,TT ITeIS. ST I - ?t?- - Proprietor. B E N A t L`A. r r . _ . : .A?gent fr -MIesrs T. '- fO FSO;I and CO.'S Pirie's Patent Double-fij'ro?w Plough. Cultivators, Harrows, Relaping and Stripping Machines, and all other kinds of FA\RMING IMPLENIENTS. . WALK E R, HIGH STREET, MANSFIELD. The very Best L?Aquors of Eves y Description, Good Stabling. MELBOURNE HOUSE. _fl3 .. o . TE 1W (Late Calh and Loebel). SUMMER GOODS. SCAIIN begs to inform the inhabitanls of Mansfield and the district that he has just received S a supply of SUPERIOR SUM.ŽEtER GOODS, embracing all the Novelties of the Season, £300 -worth of Splendid Colonial Jewellory. N.B.---A First clas .1IRLINER and DRESSMAKER has beeon engaged. PRINTING .AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE R* ridge *S'treet, Benalla. STATIONERY! AND)BOOKS AT MEIBOURNE.PRICES ...

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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. July 27. MR. E. MOOREY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

lMANSFIELD PIODU01 COIRCULAR. July 27. -l Mn.. MooOk-t's REIVOrT. Flour, per ton... . £ 0 0 to 1i7 0 0 Ch'i do ... -4 0 0 5 0 0 %Wylhet. or p lnr hol .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 O)nt do: ... 0 0 0 0 3 0 iHncon, lor i ... . . 0 0 8 0 1 O0 l.uttor.f(resll) por.b-...-0-l-,,.---...0I ,.0_ Bg-o K poer dozen " '* ... 0 1 3 0 1 0

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, July 25. (Before Mr. Butler, P.M. and Mr. D. H. Evans, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 30 July 1872

)VANGA1IA1TTA POLICIE COURT. Thursday, July 25. (Beforo Mr. Butler, P.AL, and Air. D. II. Evans, J.P.) Jas. Holmes v It. Gibson charged with illegally de tnlaing certain tools, theo property of the plaintiff. the defence was that Gibson had understood that the tools were supplied by plaintiff and their value taken out in work. Theo Bench ordered Gibson to return the tools, and ,saY 2s Od costs. George Carter, on remand, was charged with stealing a cheque drawn by F. C. Mitchell in favour of Henry Ainge for value received in oats, £52. Superintendent by Barclay stated that the case was one of conspiracy by George Carter adl J. H. B. Spearing with intent to defraud F. C. Mitchell, and asked that George Carter might be discharged in order to give evidence in the case. The Bench discharged George Carter. CIIARGE OF CONSPIRACY. Police v J. II. B. Spearing-Whereas defendant had connived and conspired with George Carter to defraud. F. C. Mitchell. F. C. Mitchell deposed-In February last ha...

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SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 August 1872

SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. Beechworth--We0nesday,tSth_October. GE?RRAL, SESSIONS. Beechworth-.-londay, August 5. Mclaufield-Friday, October 18. CoUNTY COUrnTs. Alexandla-Wednesday, October 9, Benallo-Tuocday, August 13. Jamieson--Sturday, October 15. lansfield-Friday, October 18,

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHEASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 August 1872

70 THE EDITOR OF THE VO RTII. EASTERN EATSIGtN. Sir,-I see by your last isluo that MIr Reddiug has, Rltu.r taking 17 lrave' considleration, written ia letter in reply to my demand which appeared in your issue of the 16th- ult., in roferonco to the accuaotion made by Ihm tlat "' An officer of the Council had receivol moneys for which he had not accoenrted." But tIr Rleddi?ng' letter has not comolied with my demand. Hie does not answer the questions asked, who was the oflicer that receiveod the money I and by whom was the money paid ? lie cerefelly evds a direct reply to the questionn, tut still nIdhores to hits state. ment tlhat 'lhe heard th It money was recelved by an oflicer of the Council tlo, not paid in." and makes a further anetsatlion oa?inst me that I " dletJued the money alluded to from the ofiicer in questionl." Now, Sir, I will taok you aIIni , tn e e rate?pycrs to whlom \Ir IRtlling is go:ni fir re olc?tio? as aR menher of the Shire Cotu*cil if it is not his (.fr i?odlin...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHEASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 August 1872

TO TH2E EDITOI OF TILE iO NOTR1 EASTERN EVSIGR. Sir,-- ost of your readers may think your fortrees impregnable, but I should like to throw a shell into it. And if you will allow me to try, without declaring myself a rigid abstainer, I will thank you for the pri viloge. In your leoader of tiho 20h ult. you talk about the vested interests of publicans. Now, what are these rights ?. And if they have any real existence, what claims for compensation have they, supposing' the Per missive Bill to come into operation, upon the public purso? There is a supposed, but I deny it to be a real, analogy between the sup pression of the liquor traffic and the abolitiot of slav?ry. Trace thi supposed analogy ; put the two cases side by side. A man about to start in the slave trade first purchases a plan-. tation, and then buys'a few of his- own species to cultivate it. These, of course, be come his property just as much, commercially, as thes unoonsoious soil; and he uses them kindly or cruelly as he...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, July 29. (Before Messrs. Butler and D. H. Evans.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 August 1872

WAKGAIA'.TTA OLICE COURT. Monday, July 20. (Beforo Messrs. Butler and D. H. Evans.) John Whlitty was charged with assaulting F. C. Mlichell. The case was withdrawn by aMr Michell. Robert [Mushens, chalrged with being drunk and -dia orderly, was discharged. Thomas Larkins and Jeremiah Shearer were charged with a similar offence.. They were both discharged. Ali Leo was brought up for fowl stealing. The case was put back for an interpreter. Michell v Dale--A summons for wages due as a journeyman butcher. Mr Lamont for the complainant, anud Mr Norton for the defendant. The complainant said his wages had originally been £1 a week aind were increased to £1 2s ld. Mr Dale subsequently wished to reduce the pay to £1 a week, which thie complainant refused to take, and hl claimed a week's notice. The defence was that the complainant stated when his wages were lowered hoe would not stay longer than the current week. Mr Dale swore this. Case dismissed. IHarrigan v Loftus--A summons for £1 10s, ...

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NEWS LONDON, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 August 1872

EN'GLISHI MAIL. Lo.Dno, July 14. There were 400 entries for the Islington Horso Show. One hundred and twenty hunters,in four. classes, were sent. There was an immense attendance. The International four.oared race was .rowed on the evening of the 10th.. The Londoners took the lead, winning easily by 20 lengths,'in 21min. 26sec. General Ellis.reports in iattering terms of the paer formance of the volunteers at the Eqster review. The London School Board has decided to erect seven schools, to accoemmodate 7,000 children, at a cost of £1,000. The 1Rev Canon Miller has resigned his posi. tion as a member of the board, and is to be succeedqd by Mr Gover, secularist. Lord Dunmoreo receives the Collar of St. Patrick, vacant by the death of Lord Mayo. Mr Cobbett, Conservative,. has .boca elected for Oldharm. Marguerite Dixblane has been convicted of murder, but has been recommended to mercy. ir Justice Keogh's judgment denounces tle priest. hood for conspiracy and, tyranny. Mr Nolan is uu. se...

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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. August 1. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 August 1872

WANGAIIATTA CO?IERl hI" RI.ORT. S August 1. heat, per * c el ... 0 0 a0 02 6 On. . , i ... o 0 0o o 2 6 ....l, do 0 0 0 1 o pll .1, o ... (I 0 0 1 0 Ba3tter, par lII o 0 0 0 1 0 pieg, p ir dn:z 0 0 0 0 1 0 S3 iNATIt.A, August 1. Flour, per Inn .. 15" 1 0 I t £1? 0 0 Whear, pr 'huslhel ... 0 0 a 0 Poll?,'i do ... 0.0 0 1 0O .ran , do 0'' 0 0 3 0

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