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

b": SALE of` CROWNe LNDS ,by.- publia 'liution will be held at Eleven o'clok ofi Wednesday; 24th' April, 1872, at the Courthiouse Berialla. The following lots will be offered :- . W : : T N LOTS. Winton, county of Delatite parish of Winto? in the township'of :Wnion, on the main= Sydney, road. , Upset price, £8 per acre. 'Aliotmteneti6 to 10. 13to 185, section 3,; 1, 3 ,6 to 10, section 8; Sr each. h OOUNTRY LOTS. " COnunty of Moira, parish of S:hepparton, on the Broken River, within three miles? outbheast of the township of.Sheppariton. Upset::price; £61 per aceroe. Allotments 24 ob 28,, 221a 3r S0p to 502a 3r 30pl. "County of "Moiras parish: of Kialls, on the River.Ooulburn, about four miles south.west of. the township of, Shepparton.-,; Upset price,.s per acre. Allotments; 60, 74, 205a Sr. .8p and 386a respectively. ' . . . . Plans and information can he obtainel at the Crown. Lands Office, Melbourne; and at the Courthouse, Benalln:, :. SHIRE OF BENALLA. ENDERS will be received up...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872

TO TlE EDITOR OF 77IE NOiRTH. EASTERN ENSIGN. Sir,-Would you allow me, through the medium of your columns, to point out one of the absurdities of. the Scab Act. In March last I purchased from the owner of a station in a clean district some store wethers, with a view to removing them to a station adjolning, but in a quarantine district. I, of course, made the neocessary statutory declaration (which, in my opinion, should he made by the seller), and forwarded it to the inspector of the district from which the sheep were to be taken, who enclosed the permit to the inspector of my district for his endorsement; but it seems that gentleman would not take upon himself the responsibility of acting without consulting the Board of Advice, which does not meet until the and of this (April) month, consequently I am compelled to wait till that meeting, at consider. able loss to myself, and inconvenience to the seller. Surely in a case of clean sheep going to a quarantine station adjoining, an ins...

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

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872

TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH EASTERN ENSIGN. Sir,-As one of the public I was present at the cere mony of laying the foundation stone of the proposed new school in Mansfield, and I certainly must admit that I was surprised at the utterance of one peraon who essayed to address the assemhlage. It is not usual at such a time to make any remarks which might tend to diminish the ardour of these persons who had devoteod their time and energy in the prosecution of the work, but one of the speakers thought proper to make this an exception and take the opportunity to express his per sonal animosity towards the principal actor of the cere many, as the following remarks will suffice to prove. The stone having been declared well and truly laid by the Correspondent (Mr. Martin), that gentleman apolo gising for his inability to favour those present with a speech, made a few brief observations in reference to the building, of which he had had the honour to lay the chief corner stone, and congratulate...

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BEECHWORTH CIRCUIT COURT. Tuesday, 16th April. (Before His Honour Sir Redmond Barry.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872

BEECHWORTH CIRCUIT COURT. Tuesday, 16th April.   (Before His Honour Sir Redmond Barry.) Mr C. A. Smyth acted as Crown Prosecutor, and Mr Normoyle was present from the Crown Solicitor's Office. John R. Trembath and Charles Watson were in- dicted for attempt at highway robbery under arms. The following jury were sworn-Joseph Dalton (fore- man), David McCorie, John Hambleton, Edward Chambers, Walter Pemberton, H. S. Vivian, Thomas Parnaby, Wm. Mason, Hiram Hoyle, Ralph Short, Andrew Porritt, Jas. L. Bowen. John Higgins on oath stated-I am a hawker, living at Richmond, travelling with a tilted waggon. Was camped, on the morning of Wednesday, 14th February, at Tarrawingee, near the store; a man named Ireland slept with me under the cart. About daybreak two men galloped up, and called out to us to get up; they were on horseback, one was on a grey horse the other on a bay--Trembath on the former. I said, "What do you want?" He said, " What road is this?" I replied, &nb...

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Tuesday, April 16. (Before Messrs James and John Rutherford.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872

STuesday, April 10. (Before Messrs James and John Rutherford.) David Clark was charged with being drunk and din. 'orderly, He was fined 40s, or in default 48 hours in James Huicbinsonena charged with asilmllar ofcnee He was discharged. Yong Sam was chargedl.viti 'wilfhlly. damaging tls property of Mr Frederick Kettle, of the Emu Hotel, Oxley. .The complainant stated that the prisoner.was in his employment.. On the 8th of April saw that his stable was on fire. Put the fire out with great difficulty, having assistance. The tire commenced in the room where the prisoner slept. The fire occurred about 4 o'clk in the afternoon. The prisoner admitted that he bad been smoking in the room half an hour before the fire. The damage done by the fire' was between £10 and £12. Cross-examined by fr Iamont,' who appeared for the prisoner-Did not see the prisoner set fire to the room. Prisoner had been in the kitchen half an hour before the tire took place. Ills pipe was out when complain. ant saw it...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, April 15. (Before Mr. Butler, P.M., and the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872

WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, April 15. (Before Mr. Butler, P.M., and the Mayor.) Thomas Egan as charged with using, obscene language. He was discharged, having been locked up for some time, and it being his first appearance.   Patrick Ray and Bernard Hickey, charged with being drunk, were also set at liberty. Edward Black, charged with being drunk and dis- orderly, having been locked up all night, he was dis- charged. Police v J. H. B. Spearing.-A summons against a publican for selling liquor before 6 a.m. Senior- constable Cudden prosecuted. Mr Butler-There is no penalty under that statute. The case was adjourned, in order that Mr Butler might look over the statute, until Thursday, the 18th instant. Police v J. H. B. Spearing.-This was a summons for allowing a dancing party at the Argyle Rooms, on the 18th of March.   Mr Spearing said, from frequent applications to the Government for a licence for the room, he was led to believe that he would get a the...

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BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 April 1872

SBENALLA SHIRE COUNGIL.. Wednesday, April 17:. Presentr the President (Mr G. Sharpe), and Cra HoaElion Redding, "Blackburne, Clarke, Turnrbull, Guppy, and Roe.i The'minutes of the previous meettig were read and after a slight alteration confirmed, though not without objection by Or Clarke, and a long conversation on general matters. From James Brown, offering his services as overseer of works. Cr Turnbull said Mr Brown had the Mur. ohison bridge in view in offering his ser vices, and be hoped the applicant would be appointed. The President said the Bundalong bridge would be gone on with soon, and either him self or Mr. Brown.would have to appoint some one if Mr Montgomery began to drive the piles. Cr Tornbull moved, and Cr Hosekin s. oonded, that Mr J. Brown be appointed for the first work. From Mr P. O'Halloran, Violet Town, complaining of the railway embnkmsent foreing back the rain water on to his pre. 'miles, and stating that he would, be much in. jured by lood water unless an o...

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Saturday, April 20. (Before the Mayor and Dr. Miller.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

SSaturday, April 20. (Before the Mayor and Dr. Miller.) Michell v. IfKeti.-This was an interpleader summons. Mr lamont'for the claiinant, Mers Michll ;-Mr Norton for the execution creditor, Mr II; Kett. In this casn it appeared that one' Mr ilaphael had been indebted to Mr Kett in the sum of £U, for which a police court judgment was obtained. Mr Kett caused a horae, saddle, and bridle belonging to Mr lIaphael to be seized. This Mrs Michell claimed under a doc' ment which set forth that Mr Raphael had sold the horse for £5 to her, with the option of re-purchase, and with permission to retain poOssession. Tihe Bench held this not to be such a sale as would her an execution, and directed the sale of the horse, saddle, and bridle to he proceeded with.

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, April 18. (Before Mr Butler and the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

mANGARATTA POLIOCB CO|URT:, Thunrsday"*Api 18 (Before Mr llutler and the Mayor.)y MichaolJerdaswao chrged witli 'beng -drunk.-andlI disorderly, and with' resistng!,tho police in the exe-. cution oftlheir duty. ;VWhen being arrested for intoxi. cation, he" tried to bite and kick" tho poIiceman. In. being drunk, ha was disclarged ;?. 'for.resisting tihe police, h iwas sen?to the lock-up for.12 hours. Police v. J. H. B. Spearing.-Anu adjourned sunm. mons for selling .liquor before 0 a.m.. Dsmismissed, the Bench holding that doing sowas not n n.offence in point of law. D. D y Itair;. Pearce and Hughes.-MI - Nrten for the complainant, and Mr Lamont for the defendants. A. summons for 18s, being for carriage of a boiler. A set-off for £3 10s was put in on the ground that the. carrier had injured the boiler, and it had coat £3 '10s to repair it. " Evidence hi support of this defence was given. Mr Hughes stated that .the defenlant admitted that through having a restive horse he hLad:ilet thi...

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CHRONICLES OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

.lHRRONICLES OFITHEI TIMES. SBrv Ixeo:r. There i~cs celrttiin feeling of complacency within theo breaiat of:t chronioler, knowing, as he does; that he goes hither and thither dl utobsleved; unheee'ded' while he notices and coimments on "a'tliingse that pass beneath his hi critionl.eyes, and'A i the instrumentality by 1N .which many hidden schemes and social con spiranies are made the common topic of B conversation by the publi .generally. Like of the "'Peripanetio lPhilosopher,,"'.lie fmrveles nmuch' that so many palpable " ring and log. c rolling" schemes, perpetrated under the guise of publio duty and interest, are taken c for granted that they.originate through these t most praiseworthy motives. However, it is needless to premise my remarks, as a faithful t narration of public events Lwill prove the f truthfulness of what I hdve stated; so I will commence ,then Ohronicles''of LMansfield at' once. . The recent laying of the foundation stone r of the Common School has proved a bone...

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MANSFIELD POLICE COURT. Friday, April 19. (Before Mr E. Moorey.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

MANSFIELD ,OLICE COURT. Friday, April 19. (Before MIr R:Moorey.) Archibald Arnott was charged with threatening bahaiviour, he having Leen found wandering the streeta with a loaded gun, and the police, esuspecting that heo meant to shoot a man nmned Jerrard, with whLep ho haid a dispute on tho-previous evening, arrested him. On the application of the police, a remand till next da. was granted.

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MANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

MIANSFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, April 17. Present, the President, and Crse Baldry, Cotter, and Moorey. TENDERS. The following tenders were accepted: For the office of valuer, A. Crockett, at the remuneration of £55.. a For worbks'~o the' MerrijiR'and Jam?sion roads-J. M'Cormack, £99 ds d,; and inte rest at the rate of 8 per cent. For log bridge on section 1, Doon to Mertonroad-A. Mo?therwell, £43 10s. For two open crossings at Baxter's-A Motherwell, £33. For works near Johnl O'Halloran's .farm -P.-Dina,- £27." ` The correspondence included a report from -Mr Gilchrist, stating the title of the Council relative to the lons was not good for want of sufficient advertisements; also a voucher for £1,089, moiety of endowtent, for the signa ture of Council. The President brought forward a motion for planting lHighlstreet, but the subject was agaip postponed, no one seconding it. A motion was carried,- opposed: by Cr Cotter, to ineito. tenders for elearing and draining the remainder of ...

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Monday, April 22. (Before Mr Butler and the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

Monday, April. 22. (Before Mr Butler and the Mayor) . Georgq Moore nad Michael Cusack were charged with borgiay and stealing from a dwelling. Mr Norton for the prisoners ; Mr Lamont for the pro. secutioin. Senior.constable Cuddon appldied for a remand until Thursday. Granted. hail allowed £50 each prisoner and two sureties of £35. - Andrew Cowan was charged with unlawfully and maliciously setting fire to Mr M'Blean'a fence at Kilfem. Mir Norton for the prosecution; Mr Lamont for the defendant. Constable Flood deposed-I anm stationed at Greta. On 22nd March saw the defendant near Mr M'Bean's fence, within ihalf a mile of Greta. Ile was on horse back. lie was going towards home and towards a bush fence of Mr 3tltean's. His nearest way home was through an opening. Iie was on the Benalla side of the Fifteen-mile Greek. Ile lives on that eide of the creek. Lost eight of the defendant for two minutes, aind then sanw him ridirnig towards the fence. Saw him dismount. Saw nothing more that d...

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ELDORADO POLICE COURT. Friday, April 19. (Before Mr Butler.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

ELDORADO, POLICE COURT.-', (Before Mr Butler.) . ,. Russell v. Nullett.-A sunimons for I odd, goods sold and delivered. Mr lamont appeared for the com. plainant, who was nonsuited. SMlgrripon v.- lssollnmij Taylqr.-.This os an latelr. pleader summons. 'Mr lBrow, of Beechworth, ap. peared for Mr Morrison, and Mr Lamont, of Wangaratta, for the execution creditors. Messrs Bussell and Taylor had obtained judgment in tho County. Cofnt aginst one Roberts, and sated certaip prop;erty, whlicl ?essrs'Bussell and Taylor seiled. Mr Morrison claimed under a bill of sale. Mr lament took preliminary objection that, in ac. cordance with the County Court rules, duo notice of the nature of Mr Morrison's claim had not been served on the execution creditors. His eWorshilp ecideloi theo prolper riling for him waa to order the goods to be returned to Mr Morrison with. oat deciding upon the objection raised by Mr Lamont,. giving Messrs lussell aand Taylor a month to apply to stato a special oase. , f Tih...

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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. April 22. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

ll; 111 illlrl ?i 'l l' ! ",: . "'yoA?a ATTA C.QMIERCIA. RIEPORT. April.22.{r " ,,r7 per ton,. o£0 0 0 Iqx13=?O-o 'ce?ule?ttI? hol,, 0 4 0 006 ?0 ' r_;do r ..' 2", 0 0 ,0 - Pai1nd, ,ado x,0;,00 Oil 0 '.lluter, perlb` 0 0O 0' 1- 0 Sg:p. dperdoz on 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1N'L;?. April 2g. ,linr, per ton 1 : 0 0 to'.Eti 10 0 Vi-leit, per huliel o 0 3 _0 O 3 9 ,Iher do 0" 0 O O t b ltran, do 0 0 0 0 0 9 S..o . ~0 0 o .0 2.,0

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SITTINGS OF COURTS. GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

"SITTINGS OF COURTS. GEInarL P.r$SIOrbS. Boechworth-\londay, Aucusc 6. Mansfield-Friday, April 26. 'Couu'r GooULTs. Alexandra-Wednesday, Afril 24. IHeechworth--1onday, May 6. Benalla-Saturday, July 27. itbiltern-Saturday, May 4. J mireson-Alonday4April 22. 'lanafield-Frilny, April 26, Wasgaratta- Wednesday, May 1. Couna or M?anEs. Jieeclworth District Alexandra=-Wednesday, Ap 1l 24. Beechworth Jnrmieson-Monday, April 22. Manmfield-Friday, April 20.

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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. April 22. MR. E. MOOREY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

MANSFIELD PRODUCE OIRCULARn. April 22.2. SBl. E. MoonRe's REPORT. i ' ViC-ff do .- . 0 0 0 .3 OO Sheat, per bushel ... 0 0 0 0 1.its, - do; .. .. 2 0 0, 2 6 H lcono,.orib'... ,. 0 0 0 0 n :utter (fresh) per 1 ...0 0 0 0; 0 0 fi;ggo per dozen 0 0 . .01 I 10 'M Mssrs 1Ow Adaunson, and.Co report for te cc 1eiodnA itl 17,; 172. ,--K S'rh as has been arirther dvanco in breadstuffai since cur last, more particularly in regardto flour, 'which is now realislig prices somowhnt propor onate tto tloe obtaine I for whost. For Dixonos, '\ angaraitn, we obtained, at our salo to-day, £14 lOs to £14 12s 0 I. At same rime we disposed 4.t several parcels of line silk dressed flour, sold as I;r samples (no brand named), at prices ranging fr.m .10 17a Gd to£13 12s Gd. Best samples of i:.iling wheat broueht 6s to 6s 41, the maj)r ,,.rtion realisingp C31 ufairdis. A considerable qI I'ntlty rfinfe.ior and noalium qgulity feeding Ind milling purcolswas quitted at Irregular rates. Feeding grains, generally....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

'? R BALE, Cheap HOUSE and GROUND, opposito Mr. P. Jýoane'e,Violet Town. Titlo perfecc. First.olaea business stand. Apply, 8. BTERNBERG . ?t hOastor, I . SATURDAY, APRIL 27ir,, 1872.. ' i .' Name Parish Allot E, O 0ID F1oin Forsyth' Bonalla , 9 10 8 240 0 0 at' g s onVike D part 220 22 0isl or and 23 . · to Cbarlees iaher, Dookio . pt243 -1 3 0 at F. A Stuton. D o., . 112 113i 174 o0 0 ofr, WR Ati. Deveioi v o'look art 13 O 00 sreaa 6. 0, r G7 Name~il Do. o . par 67llo ..200 0' [atthew Gibbs Do. part 6 ... 320 0 0 Id and 06 n harle M'Carho Doo. part i3 ... 200 0 0 David Morgan SouthWan. part 1 & 27 120 0 0 garatta 2 as J;The Smith SopthWin 1503 31 78 3 18 Thas Kelly oamleugh 24 27,part ... 200 0 0 Sand 28 tJ. W Ctwell Tamini ko 9 - part 0;.. 320 0 0 Jno;. carsron Wa g a. part 1. 7. .60 0' 0 garatta . r Thos. rab and others, South 31angaratt, apply for a Co on TIIOS: . NIXON, aJDistrict Surveyor. 0 0 a D.,nalla, April 24, 1872. A. arston -CROWN LANDS 1 y public00 a Wednesday,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

IMPOUNDINGS. . oWHAN'S FOrREST-Impounded at Beech. S, toro h.ShiroPoundi-22nd 3Marerh ="="7"' "'Bo-' y marea - JW-nearshoulder, 6 near a thigh, ' ý eoott aMhouldar~.it.212:. . S"rey colt, hind pasterns white, L near aboulder grey flilly, snip, rreersed pye S near shoulder .... Blkclmarnare greyecabbout the head ann hipss, e"''iver H over.diamond nenr, ehou'r|", ' ;L), raj 'On ,,t4 lirareli'Meiccli': Bs.y parae, -aover Sorer WB near shoulder, , verM I or "overiJM conjoined off ahopl. Bay. hort, foal, p ogony, unbrandedl ? i " 2h'la lay horaso. star,t, hind co*ronets white,' o pear, ' 'Wi off shouldor ...,t ,il: "O. YMN'S FORaEST-dImpounded it Bteoei '. onri h;ShirahiPtoidd.l0ith Nlarch 1 ?t in:lle paley steer, ,whito about the belly and fli?iks, JS off rumpiand ribs, both S are books , be old on-lst Itay Si N amounded at...iltorn, '23rd * )liarcii - Black or bro?o--horas; star, DR or DR, near. l'layt??re, star, dB.over AI conjoined ovar 1Ti eta joinad near sho ulder .. . ' 'I- :Itey,...

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