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

1OTORIA.. ST M FLOUR M ILLS, g ls FLOU1, BRA ~, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON HAND. S T.0 RfE P?- Proprietor. A .... BE . ... ,E N.LL-A. Agent l'o~ nere T. ROBINSON and CO.'S . " Pix??e's Patent Double. -f #rroVw Plough.; Cultivators,, Barrows, Reaping and Stripping Machines, and all, other I. WALKER, HIGH STREET, MANSFIELD. The very Best Ltquors of Eves y Description, DoT0H II I LAND l! @L©MONDAL ALEM . Good Stabling. M E LBOURNE HOUSE.: (Late Cakl and Loebel). SUTMMER GOODS. SCAiN begs to inform the inhabitants of lanSfield and the district that h has just received a supply of SUPERIOR SBUMMER GOODS embracing all the Novelties of the Season, p ' • - ' TOOETIIE l WVITH £800 worth of Splendid Colonial Jewellory. N.B.-A Firat.class .MILLINER and DRESSMAKER has been engaged. PRINTING AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE Bridge oStreet,. ;Beizalla. STATIONER' AND BOOKS AT MIELBOURNE, PRICES S With carriago added. : . POCKET BOOKS, PLAIN AND., PANO Y, DAY BOOKS, LEDGERS, AND ., MINUT.E- BOOK S. A new Assor...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 August 1872

TH . Pollilted on Inesfdys and Fridays. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1872. It can hardly be said with respect to the forthcomcing election for the borough of Wan gratta that there are not enough candidates. There are three vacancies to be filled, and we have seven gentlemen in the field. Mr. A. Swes, one of the lato councillors, it seems does not intend again to trouble the electors. Mr. Dxoxs and Dr. MILtrxr are the two coun cillors seeking re-election, whilst the new can didates are Messrs Dosrun, Tnoxu.s, ?lrehcrro.', xcurir.c,'and Tuc?cn.. Respecting Mr. Dixox there can be but one opinion-that he has faithfully and zealously discharged the duties of his position, has always shown a due re gard to the expenditure of the boroughl funds, and has endeavoured in every way to promote the interests of Wangaratta. As far as the present Mayor is concerned it seems to us as if the feeling was I do not like thee, Dr. Fell, The reason why I Cannot tell. We do not wish it, however, to be understood ,oh...

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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. July 31. MR. E. MOOREY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 August 1872

MANSFIEL6 PRODUCE Ou ROl' 1 . " JtU 31. i R. E. M[oon?e 's nroT.. Flour, per ton?... f o0 to . 0 \0 'jO.,if do ..... 4 0 0o 0, Wheo , per boo .6 C 0 0 3 )oLts, do ... G 0 0 3 'con. ? er .. ...z 0 0 8 3 0 1 uttor (freh) per lb ... 0 peg ir doot ,

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WANGARATTA COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, July 30. (Before His Honour Judge Bowman.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 August 1872

* WANCGARATTA COUNTY COULR. Mr. Tuesday, July 34. ' " (Before His Honour Judge Bowman.) . Mr Bowman the oewly.appointed judge took iis seat sos on the Bench for the first time.' The bar t\a0' repro- sol soted by lMessrs Lamont, O'Leary,'and Brown.' cor Upon His IIonour taking' his seat, Mr Lamont; as the senior omember of the lar, complimented "Mr .how- fin man onl 'his elevation to 'the Iloneh, observing that it L0 was generally the ease that some strangr haltd to be congramtlated, but here it was a gentleman resident in for the district. lie had no doubt that His Hlonour would pi maintain the same high character on e tho bnch tsat he had at the bar. wl His Honour replied i snuitable terms. ti Johnston v Baylos-A plaint for £2 Ssa. Judgment Co for amounti, witllh li.s costs. Be; Nicoloay v liOrritt-'lr Lamont for the complainant. of A summons for £3 16s for boots supplied the defendant. Order for amount, with £1 8s costs.' " Norton v Itodens-A plaint for £5 15s, an attorney's la bi...

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HE MISSING MAN, DONALD M'INNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 August 1872

?IlE MISSING MAN, DONALD M'INNESS. O onday .last Dr Miller, deputy coroner, lild inquest at the Sydney Hotel, Wan. garittj on the body of Donald M'Inness, who had n found lying dead in a lagoon on the O Fv e1lats, some two miles trom Wan. era a. Tihe following jury were em. pan.'li-ll. Thomas Naughton, \Villiata T monb?, Pjater lIKaellum, John Harris, Poter ?lrtin, John Wall, Geo. Powell (fore man), . I-, 0. Hughes, James Sloan, Winm. Dale,. 1H. Rawlings, and Thomas Bailey. The fo+ving ovidene-awas called: Tho Perry deposed-I live in North Wangar'sea. I am an engine driver. I knew the deceased. Last saw him alive about fivoweeks ago. He had been a mate of mine. When I last saw hlim he went to leave his la re in a paddock and to get mine. The deceased intended going away to Greta. The deceased was in search of a horse he liao oastrwntii-urnuoeug -i.a.o? deeea?ed was a nativdof South Australia. His parents reside there. \He hasne boon to my knowledge eight months iesident in Victoria....

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

IMPOUNDINGS. CUILTERN--Impoundod at hiiltorn, 19th Chemaut mare, bald face, white legs, t over 2 off rump ~lay colt, entire or rig, Z or z in circle near shoulder Tr :k cbnut horse, stripe face, II near neck and Chesnut horse,'stnr and snip, off fore fetlok anod hind logs white, rIA near shoulder, J,? off shoulder, scar or J off rump ljay redan horse, star, two fetlocks and one heel wvhite, Z over n over like 71 conjoined near shoulder, 73 conjoined olf shoulder On 23rd July thy mire, had a fistula, C near cheek apy or brown foal, progeny To be sold on 21st Angust. _ ý. z ma®ým , POST OFFICE, BENALLA. nIj\aVAL ANZ DrrPAnTUnE OF mAILS &c. Mails arrive From Melbourne, and post towns.by wsay of dlolbourene daily (Mondays exceplted), at 9.15 Intermediate post: towns, viz., Donnybrook Wailna Wallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, I ioymoar,-.cLpvenoaI:., onxood&e. (including the correspondence from Alanseld, Merlop, Alox. (adra, Jamieson &c.), at 9.16 p.m. Winton,...

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

ý?TANGARlATTA-Impoundod at Wangaratta, 1th July. dey horse, star, snip, JK conjoined near shoul der To be sold on 7th August. Preparation of General ElectoralLists during the week ending 2nd* day of September, 1872. ?ipeoial notice to holders of electors' rights. 1T ishereby notified that holders of Electors' Rights Issued on or before the let day of September 1871, must obtain renoewod ttight's I lien therof, in order to hlave their names placed upon tho General Lists to be made up on the 2ud* dayof September next. egleet of this precaution will result in the e?mi?ion of the names of the Iprsons so neglect. g from the now lists to be made -up as afore The old Right must in every case boe delivered up to the Registrar, but tho renowed Right will br the same number, and will be in the form and tenor as that in lieu of which it is issued, nnd will be equally available for any election that may tokue lace before the completion of tthe Nt IlolI in October next. No Elector whose name is ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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ROUNDABOUT PAPERS. No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 2 August 1872

ROUNDABOUT PAPERS. No. IV. " Your letter must immortal be. Dear Sam, it cannot fail, ht For 'ties lnompreheusihlue, And without head or tail." SAM. CoLrtnan. h T 'he above verse by the author of Clrist. O abel, has been consignod to the " tomb of 9g the Capulgts" for malty a long day till forci. P bly brought to my mind when perusing T - " That rigmaroleo. Without citheb'B'ody or soul," n of ·ammie's in your issue of the 23rd. , Whether his digestion has been more tithan i usually bad lately owing to the cold weather, and thei still colder watter, I cannot tell; but Sammloe has most unquestionably inflicted It upon your readers a very long episllo of a "froth qnd fury, eignifying nothing," and c elxhibiting very bad temper into the bargain. I During the past week I have consequently 7 been seriously apprehensive o respecting his , e oatte .-ws-ira'?-f iiltht he wouta-4?;..ut -t some of those steamers that plough the watersof thteMississippi,and that he would do what they very often ...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 August 1872

SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRclUIT COUULT. Bccch orlh--Wednesday,2ulh.Octobcr. " GENxInL EEESIONS. Bcechrvvo(th-;lloudij, August G. 9l anaficld-Friday, October. 8.7 COUNTY COURTS. AIlexnidia-Weduesdty, October 9. onallna-Tuosday, August 13. Jamieson--Saturday, October 12. llansfild-Friday, October 18,

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POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE ON MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 August 1872

POST OFFIC]E, -BENALLA. ARR1YAL ANL DnrARTURE OF MAILS &uQ. Sl Maile arrivo e *" " From Mllbournc, and 1pot towns by way of lelboiirno, daily' (I odye excepte d)' a I 0.16 Intermediato post towns, viz., Donnybrook ,Wlallas Wallin, LKilmore;. Broandtrd'.Tallnrook, 'Seo mour Avenel, Longwood &. (including tho correspondenCd'from Y Mansfield: , Morton, Aicx! itudra, Jnamieson oI.), at 0.15 pim. , Winton,, Wangamatts, and Blcchworth (in. eludiog lettcrs frodm' Groa Tarirawinger,Oxloy, J1( Doradd, Bucliand, 'Yalifcndaniiah, Wahgun fya. Rutherglon, Chiltcrn' vAlbury, &c., whence io direct' mails are received),, daily .(Sundn7s ixeeptod), at 5.30 p.m. " anjor plains, Yabba:Yabba Station, Kaltnn. dra, Cobram, and Yorrawonga do, Fridays, at Shopparton, Pine Lodge Station, Gowen pardic and Benalla do, Mtlondays, at 7.30 p.m. . 'lMhils close For lfllhourne, and places vii. Melbourne, daily (Sundays excepted), at '.15' p.m. '. Intermedlate post -btowns, viz,, Violet Town...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 August 1872

THE.' PualiuAdl on uesdays and Priday. TUIES AI Y, AUGUST: 6, 1872. Arto'e the various noroemants which -from time to timd aro"'ataited To?'tho "bdnefit of mankind perhaps none deserves more hearty support than tlo s?ociety · oceritly started in Molbournoocalled tihe Prisooner Aid Society. Th~oobje:ctof this"organisation is to afford somo agistnoiieo to the prisoiers When their sentences hav`expiired, so :that' tih'cmay:bo inabled to liveo n honest life if so disposed. It would sorn that in'some States in Amorica socioties oexist whose object is to enable dis chargeprisonero s t start aga in nlire. There can be no'ddtbt that a man once h'iing -been convicted i? acrimn o it is exceedingly difflotlt for hit; if ov6ui over so well disposed, to "ob tain employmenti. People are natu'rally dis posed to, be asspisiouns of such persons, and free labour when it'is unaomiiloyed wAild be apt to complain'of a preferenco given to those who have beeon foind guilty of any crime. ' It is thereforo;...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 August 1872

T70 2E EDITOR OF!32E ?TORTHB.' EASTERN ENSION. Sir,--Some time ago, at one of the CounciI meetings, I heard the engineer say, in answer to i qunetion put to him by Or Roe, that the blue granite metal from the Buddaginnie .quarry Is weorth from 17s to 18s a cuble yard if delivered say north of-the tollgate. If this is~ the price I, as a ratepayer, would likte;to know by what authority the metal belonging to the main line of road Is taken to mekee thoroughfares into the. premises !;of private persons ? I saw no mention in your 'lst'treport of sudh metal having been applied for, and if alPilied for, under what section of the act could it be granted, it being the joint ptbpert3y of the Government and the Coun. ail ?P? Is it because ttiif'amiable young man is a councillor that he'can destroy the Conn. oil's property` bh cutting Away the kerbing' wheroelle pleases and not make the same kind' of crossings that other parsons are ordered to make by the Counell? Is it be cause he is a council...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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WANGARATTA CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 August 1872

WMANGARATTA CE~IETERY. A meeting of the trustees aof thoabove cemetery was held. on: Wednesday night 4iz., Dr Hallett, tand, lessro Dixio; Boyd, and Wilson. The following correspondence was read: From Mrs Emnma Wills,anpplying for per mission to erect a fence round the giave of her late husband. Granted.' i Froni Mlr' D. Dewar, stating that the fee for burying destitute persons was 20s, and in th©'case of Donald M'Inness 30s hted beens demanded, whici was too high a feeto charge in destitute cases.' i The secretary to the truetoes stated that the charge muestabe 30 or nothing &codrding to the present state of the law.' It was left to the secretary to carry out the act. The report of the oommittee set forth that owing to .the indiscrimrinate 'way in which graves had been dug there were serious .ob .tacles to making. tholcemetery what was desired. It. was recommended that a ooni petent person be:employed 'to make a plan on the extended scale, preservinig the present walks and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 August 1872

WA""a RATTXImpoundedaWangaratta, 0th July. - I Bay aiorne, str, snip, JK con~joioed near shout. dTr To bo aold on 7ch Augiust.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHEASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 August 1872

'TO ? ;E EDITOR 'OF THE NOIR7IT EASTERN BESION. 'Sir,-I see by your last issue that Mrl MPDonnell is not.Patisfied with my explana tion which ):ppeared In ,your. paper of the 80th nult. As .1 intend to bring the matter before the Council at tile next meeting, I shalltake no further notice of his letters, as I am -well aware that his chief aim is to.malke x:nm commit myself, an' then- give him `:a chance of doing what 'he has', already threatened. I am, Sir, yours &n., THOS. REDDING. Samarin, August 3, 1872. ' g n ng n umn nu am n In p

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DISCOVERY OF A DEAD CHILD AT BENALLA. INQUEST ON THE BODY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 August 1872

DISCOVERY OF A DEAD CHILI) AT ' ENALbhA.' INQUEST ON TifE BODY. --` An inquest was held btfore Mr Buller; at the Vineyard Hotel, Benalla, on ?aturday li;t, ito ascertain thd onuse of death of a male child found buried in Mrs Obherry's garden, Benalla. 'The following jury, were empannelled e= George oBuibird, foreman n John Taylor, Robert hldckburne, Phillip :Smyth; Richard I'Gratli, George O. Fawkes, James Godber, Fred.:A. Clarke; Edward Shortell, 'William' D Judge,' John' Riley, and Alexander Margaret Cherry, a nurse, sworn, deposed -I have aden the body of the ?child this" morning, It is Eliza Tozer a' bby. She' told me so. I was called ia to attend her in' her confinement 'oh'Friday night, the'l19th' July. Sh as e hs confined about the" ;middle of the next 'sy Saturlday, o.fa male child: henii orn the chi Iw is alive, but it only; gave one eary ind died.' Thea mother and grandimother bdth did all they could for the oltild." The child did hottlive one minute. The umbilical cord wa...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHEASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 August 1872

TO THE EIJITOR OF TIlE NORH EASTERN ENSIGN Sir,-MayI again I?eepas on t ?Ie olu Sof ,your paper, which I must say eiti ? an advo. cato for public information and justice, and-I wish it a wide-spread circulation. " It rather seermsathell majority of the members of the Benalla: Shire 'Council di'o too '?asily ~per suaded to allow publio miney?otho bepent 'for no public use whatever.;. I seoo tenders called and passed for raleing a passage into the Commercial Hotel livery; stables, callingit oair.street. :As theroe: rori boe no humin habitation ever built past the stableaind'yrd gate, why abould publio. moneyo he laid out for the briefit of pirivate propertynand for, privato use only ? If tlie public;funds were in such ia flourishingi state ,anid;the public, roads passable for tho people to bring their goods into the market or.town, theymightlt f:orm. some excuse;:-but 'they all know well the hardship and even risk of life people have to encounter getting from' Winton to Benaalla. I sa...

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WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 August 1872

WANGARATTA B0lRtOUGib COUNCIL. This body met on Wednesday last, at 7 p.m., present, Hi? Wo-rhigthe Mayor, and C?rsaturdoch, Tone, A. Wilson, ,an Dixon, Boyd, Johnston, and Spearing. heo miut '.of the previous.m meeting were read and conirmel?l .:" .,: .. From the" Central Board of Health, with respect to the precautions to be taken against the small-pox, and sending the report of the Board for 1871. Received. Or rfurdoehl People want vaccinnting, don't they, Mr Mlayort The Mayor-I wrote to the Government to know if the` would pay me for vaccinating people, and they re plied that they would not. ron! F: oIe Itegistrar.Goneral. enclosing agricutural statistics. From the City Council of Ballarmt, with respect tq the extension, by legislativo enactment, oftle borrow. ing powers to beh gien. to.local bpdles, and also refer. ring to the compulsory nature of the clause regarding 0 overdrafts incurred prior to the passing of the statute, r which rendered it necessary that the money should t...

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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 August 1872

~rVANioaAT.TA0 cOMslElE4C1AL IIUPOIP. lorper tn £14 0 0 toid £15 '0 0 Wheat, per bushel >iif 8 0 .`0.0 .0 b do 0 0.:: a 2 lmnra do .. 0 0 0 1 0 Pollard, do u 0 0 0 1" 0 Rutter, per I .r 0 0 0 0 1 5 li0gs, poe doz.n 0 0 0 . 1 0 l'EN" ALl.A. August 5 llour pdrtLon £15 10 Oto.lO I- O Wheat, purt ushel . 0 0 ... 0 0 lILtrs do 0 0 0 O0 0 ats` do ` 0 2 0 b 3 0 On ~ ~ on r

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 6 August 1872

^ jjls*Mc ,A'di;i3'& simso" n. A report for Ihe' o'e tle emliin July 31,1872:-'" "". : 'l niBlho'e'in broaidstns- rvery quiet, at same limHbthere is father moro' dirposltion evinced hyonillers to offer for wheat, particularly for Aood.plreels, aod oa stocks in. Mlelbourne hdrve horen daring thopast few weks gradially diminish Ing, with no prospect of their being' roplaccd, at prosont rates,by coneignmentn'from the country listricts or- neighbhuring colonieS, is seems certain that pricos-must *alvanoe. -'We had or ly ou0 good samipld of wheat for salo to-day, which realised Os lad ; a few lots of inferior and low class milling brought from 4s 2d to 5s 4d. - * IHetbrands'of flour were dispmsed of at £15 to £15 5o n' ood second quality, from S11 to £18. : lIcding graidn about same as last week. with a fairdemand., . Bost. smples of heavy feed or omilling onts saloab'o at 31 3d to 34 '4d ; ordinary to good leeNi; 3s to 3s 2-1: Maize-keep. steady at 31 Id, tie low rate inducing a...

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