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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

PRANCF'. ;: K] The National Assembly has adopted the first clause of :'2fGaatooid jcroeositiln to Ihareaio the lax on lteptsano, ed hireectorlto 'piroposal to rcal ithe tax on doors and windowsand personal property.. The Assembly has also adopted a now loan, with an addi. tional n-ticle, authorising the Government to increase' the circulation of ihe Bank of France 3,200 million francs. The subscription to this loan Is offitally nn nounced for 28th and 2PtbiJuly.: The ratoeat .which the Joan will be issued io 04,230f. Interest -will be paid from 1th August. The first instalment will be 14,250f., and the surplus will be diCvided into 20 monthly instlmnents of .1,250 each. Discount will he allowed on'the'ahtieipted instal~lints ait'therate of 0 per cent. Several clauses of the bill for taxing raw materials have been adopted. . The Itight Chamber insisted onI thliecessity for ecmmay, urgi? ithat taxes to the ex. - tentof 135 milliooaswere sufficient. AI. Thiers maintained that 200 milli...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers cannot discontinue the paper in the middle of a quarter. No notice will be taken of an order to discontinue unless all money due. accompanies the order. Remittances may be' made in postage pamps, or by P.O. ordor.

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Thursday, August 22. (Before Mr Butler and Dr Miller.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

T'hursday, August 22. (Before Mr Butler and Dr'iillor.) John Jones was brought up charged on sus* picion of being a man who, in November last, uttered a forged chequo'at Murchiden'. *11o hadt been arrested at Greta by Constable Flood, as he answered tho:description of tho man who was alveortied in the Police Gazeue. The accused was remanded for a reok. I. hunt v F. (. Mlichell-A summons for L0, 17s for work done. Adjournoe uutil Mionday for a bill of pastionlaIp. Edward Stearn v F. ('. Michell-For £O Os for wages aea groom. Order for amount, with Os. COsts, D. Neal v F. 0. ,iohollii-For £8 for work don'. Order for amount, with s Od codte. James Borne v F. 0. Michell--ter £ for as assault. . The complainant had been put by Mir Dixon, in the Prince of Wales liotel] under ao exeou tior. MIr Michell had a bill of sale over the furnituro, and in anl altercation with .hr Michell he was sleck. MIr Michell sworo that the man ran his faceo agaiust his fiat. Order for 10e damages, and 2e 0i c...

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SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIxQuIT CouRT Beechnorth--Wedhesday, 2.th October. GENERIL SbESIONs. Mfansfield-Friday, October 18. S COUNTY COUoS. Alexandda-Wednesday, October 9,. Jnmieson-Saturday, October 12. Alanfield--Fiday, October 18, .

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, August 19. (Before Mr Butler, P.M., an I the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

WYANGhG RATTA POLICE COURT. !ondlay, Auglia- 19. (Before MIr Iutler, P. \I., an I the Mayor.) i).id Came ron, tvho h1 I been locked up for being drunk on I disorderly; w.e flo, brought up antd set tt liheC tt. rJerenialh Siheulorn?wn chbrgelrith an RgsaUlt ani r sistiog the polite. On S stietay last, bri, sides knockinr a main down In tlhe street, ie jumped upon him. tWhlen the polic weant to or. rest him he wa? na'st vidmos t. vl Sentec:d to t1 huots in the lock-up. Hamuel .Olver was linld Is fur cu*ting timber without a licence. Jonelph Salmon was ch'irled with au asstult upon on, Rethet Mlihelll. The complainaut .nd thu defendent haln bren drinking together with a ton:unmedl: 0e.Uon. Mitchell deposal tlnt whilst hijwnus msleoa the" defembdiat hit him. This It lrefindiilt''deniedt trying to snake out Sthat the boot was on the o tier le:,o andI itkhell first hit hir'. The defendant was finhd lo0s, and .7a id cosl., IlHugh oavanah war fined Is for not having a light on Ilis buildrin...

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POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

.pOST-=OFFICE, IBENALLA. ARRIVAL .AIt. D&PARTURE OF MAILS &C. Mails arrive , From Melbourne, apd pae' towns by way of Melbourne, daily (Mlondays pxeepted;? a: 9.15 Intermediate post towns, viz., Donnybrock %'Wallan Wallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, teymour; Avenel, Longweod &c. (including the forrespoendncoe from Mlansfield, Morton, A:ex. ,,,dra, Jamieson &e.), at 0.15 p.m. Winton, }Vangaratta, and Beechworth (in eluding-letteis from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxley, 1-:I Dorado, Bucklaand, Yackandandah, Wahgun VLh. Rutherglen, Chiltern, Albury, &c., whence ipp direct mails are received), daily (Sundays axcepted), at. 5.30 p.m. Major Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan dia, Cobrip, and Yorrat'opga do,' Fridays, at .0.30 a;m. Shoppartoii, Pino Lodge Station, Gowen ,.ardie and Becalla do, londays, at 7.30 p.m. SMails close - For Melbourne,' and places viA Melbourne, doily (Sundays exceplted), at 5.15 p.m. Intelmedlate post. towns,. viz,, Violet Tow...

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NEWS BY THE ENGLISH MAIL. LONDON, July 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

E ]GLJS H MAIL.. , , LonDox, July 12. Mr Torrens has been created a K.C.,L.G. There is great agitatio throughout the north of England in;consequeneo of tlho high price, of meat, Inýi3Uaiti6,,neetinis nri' iumerouse i large towns, and resolutions have been passed to abstain from the 1purchaso of meat. Butoers are joining in the movement. Some of them have commenced the sale of -Australion, meat...-.-- '.. -.. .. .-. -.. .. MIr Tnllmnan has visited Noca stlo, liuxtable, nod various Iaecashiro towns. The importation of Russian cattlo is prohibited on account of diseaui.,(: :; Mr Wisemnn is the noo Wesloeyan prsident. Tho wool oalei closed fiesiry." ' Prires 'a t"rly Lova' been equalto to te highest rates. 000,000 bales were catalogued, and.200,9 0 left over. to the September sales. The forei purchaseaonaounted to 80,000 bales. The arrivals for.the September sales amount to 50,000 Preserved meats aro advancing. ,Stocks, 110,000 eases. .:The Mouse of Commons has iceptodl thel . allot Bil...

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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

(g. al al inal. iWANGARATTA COMIIERCIAt RIPOR'P. S. ugust 20. F plr, per ton ... 16 0 0 to £16 10 0 Whatt, per bushl ... 0 0 0 0 i olt, do ... 0 2 6 2 0 'Iran, do . 0 0 0 1 SPollrd, do . 0 1 3 0 1 6 Butter, per h .. 0 0 0 0 Eggs, per dozn ... 0 0 0 0 1 0 ITMAL.LA, August 20 Plour,iper tnn ... £10 t 0 to £16 U 0 Wheat, per.hblhel ,.. 6 0 0 0 Pollard o 0 0 0 0 o 1 *?m, do . . 0 " 0 0 0 C pnl :o . 0 0 2 a 0 3 0

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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. August 24. MR. E. MOOREY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

MANSFIIrLDA PRODUOE OtIICULR . d - . . August 24. Mil. E. 1[ooly's REPlGoHT. Flour, pr ton... ... £0 0 0 to £17 0 SChoif do ... ... O4 0 0 5 0 0 Wheat, per bshel 0 0 0 0 (; 0 Oats,' do ... .0 0 0 0 3 0 Baconu, vortb ... . 0 0 8 a 1 0 R. uttor (fregh) per tb ... 0 1 0 0 1 G p Rgs por'dozeu". ..; 0 1 3 0, 1 I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

M pJRC 8 Os-Impounded at lurchison, 8th August Pay horse, ptrip, baotch over P off shoulder Dn 12-h August. HarvJ baV mare, blal~ plnts, JII off shoulder, Por.D near shouldrr .... ,hesonut mare,'soall star, BO near lhouder lacok mare, BT off shoulder, like hook S on writing A conjoined off ribs Illack horse, near fore fetlock oelarged, no visible brand Chtinut mare, blaze, off fore and bind legs white, ' near shoulder say filly, star anld snip, two hind feet whit, .no visiiblr brand flay mare, star and snip, iondoeribable brand near shoulder, like K near bck To be sold on 11th September. )XLEY Impo uudrd at Ox)ey-DDmaseo s Iusy rnre, -0. near shoulder To b, sold on 11th September. ~IrANSFIElD--Impounded at blansfiel., 21st iL. July, by Mr Duff ny horse, , star, collar and saddle pnarked, like AQ over WV,' conjoined near 5hoplder To be sold on 27th August. - - - ., WHEELERI and* WIL.SON'S NEWY I?1 PROVED PATENT SII.ENT , WOItKING - _, o h ,s t a; o "ý m. SEWING MACHINES At Greatly Re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

ALrXA.NDRA-Iympouuded at Alexndia'' ; Bay entire colt, alar; lhke.T:near shoulder' i Two black..eow:piga:?.?: :-:¶.. tr oi1,I :'' i S.To be. s ld;on 11th September:,: a?,2,:` ~ : , A'?h SFIEbD =vi lm" ouf l h n dd nefioshil 10th ':i Agusn by herdsman ofl common-r ?e pays ae .stad r e and i sp, i o lcfhroles ObChelut cob more, o oze, trn. °- iroler.o?ld? bou",t Black or ron grey colt foal, progeoy, ,.::J;1;_.,?. Bay borse, ollar marked, white hairs in toreoald , bothree whilde'faht bldotch ,?ra.dner, shoulder.. . Brow' hitare, star, 1 onlder ,B noldcear" thigh Band fillytat small tar no visible dns rod jet isor Onders of this nature generallst by suffer ch gretly hc itigatedar and ulp,tiately two clrei b crossed off irhoulder nts.peulialy ad;,,pte Chesnut entire dolt,`s ar,1a neoar shoulder I Boy hoiroc bald foce;,wi c;5l1ift.ali't root of t , puloyclg the b loodo atoulder sig the sys(. ?. or ba illy tjaund, liver s mpble braints d d dieses he somach, they ae dmiu by suime d, ' i 1By...

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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

THE - Pau4iskron 7uesday and Priday:. TUEESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1872. O. Wctdnesday (to morrow) the public pprk eoserves at Bpnalla will bp. given away, unless some means can be found at hand which we ,do not know of to provent the spoliation. The fate of tlheso resorves has beeoon a variable one in the. post, and who shall say if their dos. tiny will be much improved in case of their being given to the present applicants.. The land is liable to inandation whenever the -Broken River 9.rfllows its banks, and no doubt this has led to the negligence which has always ?9ýe observab!o in connection with the rd aerves. But it is a delightful spot in summer, nOd it hs afforded pleasure on many occasions to cricketers in theo town and from a distance, aund other sports hnave boon thorm indulged in to theheart's content. Notwithstanding these pleasant. memories the place has been 'lto gether neglected, and has gone from:bad to worse till now it is cut up in all dircotiois:by carriers camping there...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

r t • H 'I.i U E f EA R aI] nd o LOR, BRAN, AND POLLARD for ALWAYS ON.HAND. .. E l-. _ - -: -snnf L -' ý ' t;E T B OUO 1 Rd N Y IA rLNSB, .. ". .1-1 8 BE...LA " AS '1LOUR, BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON-.'HAND.(. . ...." I,.. McNALLY S T OE Proprietor. .A. IO?BE TSO + . Piri ' Patent Double-furrow, Plough. Cultivators,: Harws, Reaping and Stripping achines, and all other kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTS . WALEL KER HIGH STREET, MANSFIELD. The very Best Liquors of Every Description,. Good Stabling. SUMMER GOODS " CA N begs to inform the inbabitonts of'Mansfieid iad the district that ho has just received a supply ofSUPERIOR SUMMER GOODS, embracing', all ithe Novelties o -tho.Season, TeO TE' WITH .;TI, £300 worth of Splendid Colonial Jewello' ry 1 N.B.-A First.classo MILLINER and .,DRESSMAKER has boon engaged. .PRINTING: AND STATIONERY , WAREHOUSE R' ie Street, Benalla. I--= .TATIONERY AND' BOOKS AT MELBOURNE PRICES With carriago,added., , ~ ,-? ; P'OCET O O 'KS:;'r PLAIN AN FAN;:OY, DAY BOOKS...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

MELBOURNBI P ltiaOR-lI. KR'O Mesirs Noycs senI Reid repoet for the weelk ending August 21, 1879. We report ales of mill. farm, and dairy pro ducedurinn tie week past as un ter: Flour-Bect brands fine sllkrdressed. 410 is tn X£1 10a per ton ; other ramplec, £13 to .£1 15S per ton accordine to quality. lran--ls41 to Is 06d per Iushcl. Pollnrd--Finel s 4.1 to I 01; coarse, Is 91 to Is 31 pier htirlel, Wheat-Good smanples very scarce nd would meet with a ready "ole at advanced price. %oV quote besl norlhern, 7j 31 to 7s 41 ; other sam. plea, 6s 61 per bushel upwards according to quality. Outs-Beat samples ii'ling, 31 01I to 33 0.1 geol feed, 3s 31 to 3s Id other. eamples from 2s 103 rer bushel upward*. SMaize-3s 2d to 3s 31 per bushel. Peas-3a 4:1 to 3a 0a1 per bushel. Bye--31 .1 to 4d per bushel. Harley-Enillsh mHliing GJ1 6l to Gad ; otdi 'nary, 16e ld to Cs 31; COpe, 3s 9d to is per bushel. '?. " Poailtoe VWartnamnbol, .£3 15s to £4; Isa-res fiGl.1, £3 17a 6d to £4 2< 6d p...

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WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 August 1872

WANGARATTA HOSPITAL.     A meeting of tlhecommitteo of:thl aboveo institution was held, on. Thursday afternoon last. Present, Mr J. 3. Docker (in'the chair), tbhe Venerable ArchdeacoiTueaker, the Rev. Father Egan, ?Mesrs Butler, D. -I. Evans, A., Wilson, Tone, Dniiphy, and :Johistone. Dre Hutchinson and Miller .were also' pro. sent.. t ( SThe mniutes of the lrevious meetlng were read and confirmed. , CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr F. C. Mitchell, stating that he had purchased a pump for Mr. Bartlett, who   had the contract to erect the hospital pump. This contract had been cancelled, and the writer of the letter having sustained a loss asked for compensation. Mr Tone inoved that Ir? Micholl be int formed that the comminitteo could not give liis application any consideration., Mr Butler seconded the motion, which was carriedi.v., From J. Edwards, bricklayer, sitating tlint 'h'e-hhddone somnie work' tt the liospital for whi'lich Mr"Heatlte!i?e the archi...

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POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 September 1872

POST :OFFICE; BENALLA.,. ARnIVAL A L DrIPARnTU?E . UY IAILS &C. ' ails arin"e From Melbourne, and ipost towns. by way .of MIalbourne, .daily. (MIoudays *eepted~, a) 9.15 Intermeaiato poat towns, vi;, Donnybrook Wallan Wallsn;K ilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, I .ymourt Avenlal' Longwood &c. (ineludingAtbe CnrrespondeI ce .from Mansfield, Mlertln, ,Aelx r dra, Jamieson &c.), at 9.15 pm. Wluinton, Wagaratta and ` Beechworth (in. eluding letters from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxley, EI Doradn, Buckland, Ynckandandah, 3Wahgun .tbh. tutherglen,:Ohiltern, Alburyi &e., whence .n direct, mnils are recived), daily (Suntlays pte j) ,, ,' 5.30 . .:: . . " ' . YnJt biL YaIbl~ Station. Katan. a n, Cobau.: iid Yarreweodga do; Fridays, at Shepl atolr,=' ine., Lodge ,Station, `Goiven`, t dite anld Benalla do, Mondays, at 7.30 p.m. 0 -?? r Mlails cla s .:ose For Melbourne, and places, vih Melbourne, daily (Sundays excepted), at?l5it pmo. Intermedlate post toiyes; viz., Violet ...

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DYNASTIC QUARRELS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 September 1872

DYNASTIC QUARRILS. Paris ii threatened with a very slogular duel for the 25th of December, the;challenger beoing M..O. A. de Tonneins, in private life a- solioto?r, inhles public capacity ex-King of Arancanla, and. now a pretender to the throne of that country. The career of l,. de Tonneins has boon a very remarkable one, and among a people lesr prone to look at the facetious style of questions than the French BA. de Tonneins might pass for a rather remarkable man. Born in 1800, he prac. Utied for a while as solicitor at Periguoaux, and then emigrated to South America, whore he soon obtained so great an influence over the different people of Arsucania that they united together and elected him their King in 1861. ' The new monarch, who called himself Orolle-Antoine I., gave his subjects a constitution like that which France then enjoyed, proclaimed the use of the Coie Napoleon, and, with a view to establishing close relations between his kingdom and his mother" country, appealed to' ...

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MORE EXECUTIONS AT VERSAILLES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 September 1872

MORE EXECUTIONS AT VER SAILLEP. TheParis correspondent of the Daily. News. .writingoen 6th July, says :-"The bloody plain .ofSatory was the scene of two more executions this morning. The men shot this time were obh. sere Individuals belonging to thbo dregs of the Paris population, who were sentenced to death by a court-martial for common law crimes during the reign of the Commune, without, as the prcsecution alleged, any political Irotext And yet one of them, Bandoin, was convicted, not only for trurdering a man named lHerron, but of setting fire to public buildings. The other .convict, nouillic, killed, a man named Dubois, and afterwards robbed his house. The prisoners, coarse brutal men, whether justly condemned or not, assumed the airs of political martyrs. When warned at 4 in the morning, that their sentence was about to' be executed they abused the geolera, and said their friends would avenge them. They both refused to listen to the priest, and repulsed him rudely. When asked i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 September 1872

NOTICE. The next Mail for Enllnd, the Continent of Europe. lidis; China, .c., wilt olose at Benalla as follows: S For .m.: registered letters Monday, 9th instant. For new.ppors vih 5 p.m. Southampton i Tuesday, 10th instant. F4or'ordinary letters rv l Southampton and Do. 'do. do. - Brindlisi For newspapers vA. Do. do. do. 3Brlndisi J N.]l.-Poosloffice money orders piyablo in the 1nitel Kiing lom' will o be rbtoinahle at this office up to 5 p,m., Mon.lay, 9th instant. ALBION:O. CROFT, Poatmasto-. P'os.office, lBenalla, September 2, 1872. iim I mu IN Zm m

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CATHOLIC CHURCH ART UNION, BENALLA. To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 3 September 1872

CATHOLIC' CHUROII ART UNION, BENALLA. To the ;Editor of the Northleastn liipi . : Sir,--There was a meeting of a few gintle men interested in the above church held at Mr M'Nally's Hotel about nine months ago for the purpose of? ascertailnog the best means to reduce tho debt incurred on that building. It was decided to have an art uniont and those presount contributed very liberally, as 'also did the publio of Benalla when th?ere-.was a sale of all contributions reoeived:., The drawing of tickets was adver tisedlfor/Maroh 19; but did not come off., It was then advertised for August 15, which day also passed without the drawing taking place. ;, ow; Sir, I and other purchasers be. lieve,our tickets willbhcomeh quite valueless unless h'e"coinmittee arouse from their slum beras,and give'tbe ar.t-union publicoity at once through your widely-circulated paper. I aw, Sir, yours respectfully; TIOKET. September 2;187. VoWe believe our correspondent is in error in stating that the Catholic art-...

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