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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
IMPOUNDINGS. A LEXANDRA--Impoundod at Alexandra Jdsy mere, blaze, I near shouder, R off shoulder "Ioy horse, black points, blotch near shoulder To be sold on 21st August. dII1LTTERN-lmpounded at Chiltern, 10tlh SJuly Chesnut mare, ball face, white legs, Nr over 2 off Bay colt, entire or rig, Z or EZlin circle near shoulder Darkcliesnut horse, stripe face, II near noeck and shoulder Chesuut horse, star and snip, off fore fetlock and hind legs white, MiA near shoulder, J.Ml off shoulder, scar dr J off rump Bay roan horse, star, two fetlocks and one heel white, Z over wn over like 7B conjoined near shoulder, 7B conjoined off shoulder On 23rd July Bay mare, had a fitula, C near check lay cr brown foal, progeny ' To be sold on 2lst August. ...ANSFIELD-Imp I unded at Mansfield, 215 iVL' July,hy Asir Duff Baythorse, star, collar and saddle marked, like AG over WWV eonjoned near shoulder I IToo sold on 27th August. POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL ANL'3 DrtPARTURE. OF WAILS 8O. Mails arrive Fr...
EXTRAORDINARY RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
EX'RAORLINARY RACiE. A. race with steam has been run. and won by a herd of deer. This extraordinary "event" occurred in one of the defiles rf the ltocky Mountains, and on the line of t'ho. great Pacific Rlilwny, lThe course was six miles long and extremely narrow. At the starting point there was a little stream which proved the occasion for the.raoo, for. Ihero a herd of deer were quietly refreshing them selves, when suddenly the train approached. The engine-driver thought to frighten the troop and clear tihe rorad by lotting off steam and blowing 'his shrillest whistlu'; but tihe deenonilaal appearance of the engine only served to throw the timid animala into such a panic that, instead of stopping aside, they rushed mNadly inc, the delieo irn front of the train. The Fass grew now so narrow that thr-re was room only for tlhe train, and still the herd was in frolt,. The driver, thinking time would nrot allow" him 'to slat ken speed sufficiently to a?ve the poor animrals, deter mined ...
BENALLA A BOROUGH. To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
BENALLA A BOROUQ1O . bT the Editor of tho North-eastorn 'Ensign. Sir,-1 arm glad you .have brought the pro.poRal to form Binalla into t borough so promnlnently forward, and I quite agrea with you that when carried into effect it will very mluch improve the town. " You are quite right in saying that it is desired.by.buoth the town and the country, as during the last few days 1 have heard but little else talked about, and the feeling seems to be ahnost unani. mous in favour of the movement. I have Ieard it said that the President of the - shire is ambitious to gointo'Parlinment some "day (and L for one will give him ,my voto when Ito does come fcrword). Ifheo is thu council. lor you refer to as being about to takei the initiatory steps, all I can say is he could not to a better thing to promote his" future ob. ject.' But whether it is Mr Sharpe or any one else, I am sure of this, that he has only to sahow himself to be supported by ne,,rly everybody in the township. A seat in Pur liam...
THE WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
Tl113 WA'NGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL ELECTION. This election, which caused so much loral interest and excitement, came off on Tuesday last." Respecting tile seven candidates. that offered tl;emselves, public opinion was some what .diversified, different people having what they called their election " tip." As for as we could gather tlie idea seemed to be prevalent that both AMr Dixon and Mr F. H. .Thomas would be returned, and the question of-thl third place would rest bctwen Dr Hallett, the Mayor of the borough, and lMr Dunphy. The result has proved. that this woe the correct " tip," only that it was not thought that Mr Dunphy would have polled 144 votes to Dr Hallett's 94.:: The day was eiceedingly fine, and immediately after the poll opened Mr. Dixon might be seen gal. lantly escorting the lady voters to thae ,poll in a comfortable buggy. Soon afterwards the other candidates appeared upon the scene ofoaetion, and various vehieles were put in requisition and the real work of 'cnvassi...
VICTORIA RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
VICTORIA RACING CLUB. The following ncceptances were declared on tMonday for the Melbourne Cup: sI. lb. Mr P. Lewis's b h Iamlet, yrs ... ... 0 3 Mr Thomas Lee's br h Javelin, yrs ... ... 0 0 Mr G. Blake's elh The Prophet, yrs ... ... 8 10 Mr Georgo Hill, jun.'s. b g Little Dick, Gyrs ... 8 9 Mr T. J. Ryan's br h Kingfisher, Gyrs ... . 8 8 JMr E. Lee's clh m Barbell, aged . .. 8 7 Mr W. F. Brown's br g Cyclops, aged ... ... 8 0 Mr T. J. Ryan's b c The Ace, 4yrs .. .. 8 4 Mr J. Tait's b h Pyrrhus, 5frs .. ... ... 8 4 Mr D. Jones's b m Lady Clifden, 5yrs ... .. 8 2 Mr A. Chirnside's b g The Baron, aged ... 8 1 Mlr r. J. Keighran's b g Valentine, aged ... 8 1 Mr J. E. Crooke's gr g Saladin, aged ...... 8 1 Mr J. J. Miller's eh I Irish King, 4yrs... ... 8 0 Mr A. Thompson's b h The Duke, aged ... 7 12 Mr J; Tait's eh I The Count, Byrs ... ... 7 12 Mr A. Allright'sch hl Lottery, Gyrs ... 7 12 iMr J. M'Farland's b c Knave of Clubs, yrs, by Ace of Clubs-Modesty ...... .. 7 10 Mr J. Swinden...
PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Tuesday, August 13. DISEASEED CATTLE FROM NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
PARL[A1 IENT OE V0lfolIuA. S LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.' Tuesd, August i13.: 1ts.ASttED OATTLE mROMA 1retI SOUTII WYVALES. .Mr ,nessell,:iwithout ~cnotieo desired' to ill the attentioni of tlieO Chief Secretary to A"perarRP.Ih from tie Norlh.Eaetswtne Ensfgn, "`ablislthe in all the papers, which etnted that mnother miob of cattle: badly affected:with plouro-ponettmoain: had, lately crossed the iurray at To' umwal and travelled/tup to MJr lutherford'a Benall .run. . Mr: iRutherford ld shot one head badly affected with the llseli. (The herd then.otased the Broken lvter, and travelled on towards Murchison. 1o desired to know whether any notion would be taken to Iprevent diseased cattle crossing frdm Now South Wnales. rr Francis said that eho had noticed the paragraph, and had directed the chiofinaspec to of sheep to nike iiiquiries. If the report was truoe the Governmant would at once' take action.:.: nr manna said that -theroe as no doubt Shat thes? diseased cattle"lied "crossed the river,...
MR. FITZSIMONS'S DISMISSAL. To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
Mnm. FITZSIMONS'S DISMIfSSAL. To the Editor, of the North.eastern .Enain. Sir,-In common with many othersin this township I was glad to perceive by Tues. day's issue that Mr Filtzimnons is determined not to allow the subject ofhis dismissal from n school which he so long conducted to boe come numbered among the things that woro. The treatment that he received at the hands of the parties to whom lIo allnded must bu lo.kbed upon by every unprejudiced mind as nn not of the most unparalloled. tyranny. A td why a Roman CatholiU alorgyman :should back them up is an' unaccountable mayseery. Dear Sir,, his mastership .of teli Rojman Catholio common school has given most univmsal satialnetion ; his ability as a teaoher is unquestionablo, and' his charactcr is do cidedly beyond reproach. Why, thln, should three or tour mena of whom little is known b: tolerated to puerltrate sual a vile oat of des. p tism upon an unofFending mmsa.? I think, Mr Editor, that yu being the exponent of justice and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
2W r- __..- L IGA;A8TTA. AND " r1AortI Ir, uivea tbo highes t price for ..w EAT, and have lSi OUBL, iariAN, a nd P aOLL, for 3Sli, G- E -0i it;ndsJ .HAIMP ETS. ' '. = :8 . .ENALLA, HAs FLOUR, BRAN, AND POLLARDu ALWAYS ON HAND. HPIBAT BOUGTII2 I ANY QUA NFTIIESD HOTEL ''. I.. cN LL 8T RE . Proprietor. C -O h Jos tim Eh ni as as 4B9·4 reei:Y BENA LLA. Agent for pMessrs T. ROBINSON. and CO.'S - - Pinie's -Patent 1-Doibledfuriikov Pi iiGi. Cultivators, Harrows, Reaping and rStripping Machines, and all other kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTS. I. WA.L KEl.ER, HIGO H SOTREE T, M ANS F INEL D. The very Best Liquors of Eve) y Description,` BOTIOIH AND ©©L©ONAL . ALIES Go od S.tabling. MELBOURNE IHOUS . (Lae Caorh and Loebel). SUMMER GOODS. B. AlN begs to inform the inhabitants of lansfild and the district that he has just received Sa supply of SUPERIOR SUMM11 E? OOD, ambrac ng atll theeoveltis Season, . ... TOG T R iO T - L -. ?, i. 1 -£300 worth of Splendid Colonial-Jewellory. N.B.-A First.olass ...
THE GRAVEL QUESTION. To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
1THE GRAVEL QUE1ST1ON; 2To the Editor. l. theNorth-estern Eni-?i. Sir,-Is it trine, as I hear ruoured, that onlythree members:of : the Publie Works Committee of toI Benalla Shire Council io speoted" the gravel pits at _Mr'Ilde's ? Is it true that only two members drew up the. re. port;` and is it true that that report has been signod by a councillor Who is not a member of -the Public Works Committee, 'so as :to enable the contractors to use whatever mnte-. vial they think proper? Aýi d mhwhy, I askl, is it that the Shire'Engineer has not been coneulted s ato whichis the best quality for makin?:the Shepparton?road-that- from the old gravel pit;. or the river drift to be found near M r Roe's fence T.:i: I em, Sir,o Yours truly,;' A IROAD¢IAN,:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
Bay horse, tlar, three white feet esaddle marked 2t like AG-near shoulder t Blay or brown' hlose, hind feet eht??o Mar, ?art iy overneer eye, JR near shouldor- :,. */, . Bay mare, star; JW near shoulder,5 near thigh, '.likei off shouldor , To be sold on' 27th August. ... n OXLEY-i-mpounded at oley, .tMl July S, "Trespass e Gd Bay horse, running soro on top of head, OW near shoulder, like fish hook and other illegible' near rump, rough coat S To he sold ott28th August. . The following Applicatiois S I OOWERE CNSIDEEL LAND BOARD r FIIIDAY, : AUGUST. 2go, 1872, I At Eleven o'clock'am.0. 's Area, Name Parish Allot. r no Joseph Cleary Moyhun part 218 16 100 0 0 Arthur Carton do 1B '4 20 0 0o \Vm. IIamiltoo do pt lAB 461 o 0 0 3 A. inllness do pt' AB 46 80 0. o fi. Kearney Greta 7 ... .172 0 0 THOS. NIXON, District Surveyor. District Survey OlCier,' Ilenalla, August 14, 1872,. SHIRE OF BENALLA. r 'IENDERS will be received] at' the ,Council i Ohambers, Bridg :street; Benalla, up to One p.m...
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
THE PaMlished'on Tuesdlas and Fridays. FRIDAM, AUGUST 16, 1872. WT are glad to notice that our persistence in calling thoe ttention of successive Governments to the unhrstsicted ,importation, of diseased cattle from the adjoiningcolony of New South Wales has at length resulted in the matter being brought under the notice of Parliament by the hon. members, Messrs. RossL.Ls and Hi.x.s. •Sinco-wo published tho report which has eId:to the promisedloction of the Govern. ment, other facts have come to light, showing that the mob of cattle we referred to was in a worse plight than we stated. Mr. IIAcxx as surts that two head were shot by Mr. Rlt?T?n rone; and we were yesterday informed on the most reliable authority that after the mob. crossed- the Brolen. River no less than eight head were shot by the person in charge whilst travelling through. Mr. GaOerT.r's.run and on towards Murchison. These animals were then skinned and their carceses. left to rot, which is perhaps the worst phase of ...
BENALLA COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, August 13. (Before His Honour Acting Judge Bowman.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
BENALLA COUNTY COU1RT. 'J'uesday,'August 1i3. (Beforo Iils Honour Acting Judge Bowman.) Noseda v O'.boe, ;5--N .nappoaranoe. Struck out, ir Pow for plainitiff, . l1'Nally v' Whitty, £41is 21-No aplipearance. Struck out. Halton v iiobertson. £7 2s 4d-Settled. Sure' v Taylor, £2 7s-Settied.. Some v 1ardinc, l£1 3s 01--\r Al'Donnell for plaintifl. Verdict for amount, with £1 Gs cost. M'Nolly v Hyland, £18 14s 2d-?ettled. Henry v Whe!tn, £6 Os. Verdict for amount, with cos', NM'Nally v Bosenoce, £20 Do JJ-No appear. nnce, Struck out. Same v liurgen, £20 11 s '10dNo appearance. Struck out. Richards v Skilling, £20 14a-No appearance. Struck out. hA'Nally v Williams, £32 lOs 0?4-No ap. pearanco. Struck out.. Do Boos v Williams, £2 2--Plaintiff was norsuited, with £1 costs.. P Payno v WVithey, £7 Os-Mr "M'Donnell for idefendant. Tle sumrmons:lndlparticulars were informal, and the case was dismissod;, wrlth'l? I s costs. " Ialton v Joseph and Georgo Cherry-For £49 4s Sd, for goods poil and d...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, August 12. (Before the Mayor, and Messrs. Dixon and J. A. Brown, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
PANGGAtATTA OLICE COURT. " Monday, August 12. (Before the Mayor, and Alessrs. Dixon and J. A. Brown, J.P.'s.) Police v WV Willis-For having no light burning on. cottain building materials placed in Murphy.street. Thi defendant did not appear, and was fined 5s, the Mayor remarking that the non-attendance of defendant was not showing respect to the Bench. Sanme v John Grant-Thies was a similar summons for a similar breach of the law. Fined Is. Samo v John Sloan-For not lhaving a light on build ing materials. Tieo defendant did not appear; fined The Trustees of the estate of MIr J. Blake v Timothy 'COartly-For £40s, weork and labour done and goods. supplied. MAr O'Leary, for the defeildant, draw attention to the hardship of the case being heard at Wangaratta, when all the parties resided at Eldorado, The Mayor said it.was not a matter within the dis-. cretion of the bench, although it oMight be coe of; hard. lship. The bench must deal with the case. It was, however, dismissed, the trus...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 16 August 1872
MEI?.LOURNE PRODUE- ?.ARKET. Mesre. Noyes and Raid report for tho week ending August 7, 1872. - We report sates of. mill, farm, and dairy pro duco during the week pant as unier: Flour-Beet brands fine silk.dressedj £158 10s to £16 per ton.. Ilran-Is 2:1 to. Is 3d per hushel. l'ollard-Fine,. Is 4.1 to d Oi ; coarse, Is 23 to la 31 per bunlhel, W\'heat is beini held for higher prices, a rise I,ing cotie Iontly looked for shourly ; best sam ples cr.not bo procured under 7s 3 ; other samples Iroom s 3.1 per bushel upwards. OU.ts--D.mnatld has itmproved; best samples Leavy, 3, to 3S 41 ;.other sampis from 2o Gd d r Ibu.hel uptlld., Iltloy-E-.glish matlting Co 3d to Ga Od; do Cope,3. ,I to 4s pet hunlhel. laize--3t1 to 3s l04 Ipr bushel. Ilye.--Scarce, 4, to 4.601 per bushel. PI'ea 3s to 3a o I per bushel. Pomatoes-r\nnrrnambool, £3 o10 to £3 12- 6 I ; Lancefitol, £3 1?o 1l to £3" 17r Od per ton. SButter--Much inquired for, very scarce ; he t ;otteld,.Ls to Is 31; do fresh, is 41 to Is Cd...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 August 1872
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. AInIVAL ANL IDPAItTUIORE OF MAILS &O. Mails arrive From Melbourne, and post towns by way of Melbourpe, daily (Moudays excepted), a: 9.15 Intermediate post towns, viz., Donnybrook Wallan Wallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, Seymour, Avenel, Longwood &c. (including the correspondence from Mlansfield, Morton, Alex. aundra, Jamieson &c.), at 9.15 p.m. Winton, Wangarattn, and Beechworth (in tluding letters from Greta; Tarrawinger, Oxley, ('1 Dorado, Buckland, Yackandandah, Wohgun yab. Ruthergion, Chiltern, Albury, &c., whence no direct mails are received), daily (Sundays excepted), at 5.30 p.m. Major Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan. !Ira, Cobram, and Yorrawonga do, Fridays, at 10.30 an.m. - Shopparton, Pine Lodge Station, Gowen fardie and Bonalla do, Mondays, At 7.30 p.m. Mails close For Melbourne, and places vii Melbourne, daily (Sundays excepteod), at 5.15 p.m. Intermediate post towns, viz,, Violet Town Euron, Longwood, &am...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 August 1872
TO COtRRESPONDENTS. -Vo communuication woill " undr any circum otance8 bo inserted unless authenticated by the real nqpemo ind address of the toriter, not neces sarily for publication, but as a guaranteo of good faith. eVo are not responsible for the opiaions ex pressed by correspondents. !'H. Ml.," Eunot.-Both of thorn have boon destzoycd. It is safer to do so.