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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
TO COR1nESPO3N.DE?TS. 1No com?nunicalion toill under `any cireum sanco ba irnerled enlass authenticated by the r.eal name and address of the writer, not .neces sarily pr.r publication, but as a guarantee of -yoand faith. ie. iare nsot responsible for the opinions ex Spresnel by corre?,?ndents. t' A."-Your verses. about the proposed Borough or IBenulla are well inspired, but you have not taken sueumcient pains to. work cut your subj'ect.
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &C. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
p"OST OFFICE, BENALLA. A 1vtAL AM. DrDPAUTUun of MuILS &CO. M.ails arrive From lMelbourne, and. post lowna by way of .tellourne, daily (Mondays excepted,, a 90.15 Intermediate post towns, viz., Donnybrook ''alln '?Vallan, Kilmore, Breadford, Tallarook, ',ymaour, Aveuel,' Longwood &c.(ineluding the ourretpoodnnc' Iromin lansfield, nierton, Al;cx i;.dra, Jamieson &c.), at 0.15 p.m. SWinton, Wangarattn, and Bechworlh (in rloding letters from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxley, ?l DCorado, Buckland, Yackandandah, Wahgun. ý,h. Ilutherglon, Ohiltern, Albury, &c., "whence ao direct mails hie reccived), daily (Sundays ,iceptod), at 5.30 p.m. .Major Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan ,ln, Cobram, and Yorrawonga do, Fridays, at .0.:30 a.m. ShepFarton, Pine Lodge Station, Gowen .atdie and Bcanlla do, Mondays, at 7.30 p.m. lMails close For Mlelbourne, and places vib Melbourne, olily (Sundays oacepted), at 5.15 p.m. .•Ihtermedlate pobt towns, 'viz,, Violet Town Furon, Long...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
L-: ...~. ?o? ?i?,L:?1,---- - TO ADVERTISERB. AdvortioemenOts cannot hIo witldrawn before tlh tinle expires for which.they havo boon. i deredw. In nca:es whero th number of insor tions is nut-speriiled the advertisomontswill be insorted till, couptermionded, and charged an pordingly. Quarterly advertisomonts will be :continuously inserted unless a written order to atop them is sent.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
An awrul.onae of sudlden doetLI occurred on Sunday morning in St. .1\ary' RBoman Catholio Cburch, St. Kildn. Shortly after theocommenco. moot of the service a man named fialliday fell upon a so?t as if in a fiautiug fit. lo was carried ouraido, and thlen tekon to the presbytery naoar the church, whetr he was found to bo dead.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
IMPOUN DINGS.' i. XANDRA-Itmpou?dod at Alexaidro I.t ott?. r colt, star, like T near shoulder 'Jl "' h'nok sow pig? '~u ao sold on 11tl September. : URCHLISON- Impounded at Murchlson, 8th . August y hoae, pltrip, blotch over P off shoulder Oi 12th August. . rk bav more, bla:k points, JI off shoulder, •' or D near shoulder te eu5t Umare, ssall star, L'G nealr ahoeuder .l hcEk more, BT off shoulder, like hook S and writiosgA, conjoined off ribs J' irk horse, near fore futloki onlarged, no visible ibrand . . t hlenit mare, blsze, off fore and hind legs vbite, 'P n'eor sloulder ay Hilly, stn r and snip, two hind feet rwhite, no vieible brand S1 y.msre, star and snip, indedoribable brand neatr shoulder, like K near buck To be sold on 11th September. } XLEY--Imnpounrded at Oxiloy--Damao Os *i" y are, u-O near sehoulder Vu b sold ori 1th Septempyer. L lEELEltR' and WIL.SON'S NEW IM PROVED PATENT SILENT WORKING SEWING MACHINES At Greatly Reduced Prices. Qaution-The great' success of the Whe...
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
'I? SUBSI?tIBEItS. Sabscrijiter cannot iliicontinue the-paper in 'ho middle of a quarter. No notice will be taken of ar eioder to discontinue unless all money tde anecmpanies the order. ltemittances may, be mande in postage m nrOps, or by P.O. order. 3Mr. *mnna is one of the gentlemen p. pointed to chooo the maturial forathe erection of tlhe new Government aouse. They. met on Friday, lr the purpose of making trial
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTHEASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
f0 'HIE EDITOR OF THE NORTI" E4STERNY EV SILY. Sir,- On'lindion that a letter appearo,1 in the Ensoign, from " A Farmer near Violet Town," la herein the shire engineer is mis. represented by the writer, who stated that 'the engineer soid if the peoplo would not go to the trouble of complaining they would not get any work done. What the engineer uaid waos," I would advise you to meomorialise the Council, and show by the signatures thei necessity theor is, or may be, fur such works, us I atu powerles' beyond being referred to by the Council, or doing.what is orldred.'' This puts an altogetht.r dillerent .complexion upon the sentence. Now, Sir, what I have to complail ofie, the oacoethr'scribeniofthis far? mer who says the engineer was heard to re mark! So I suppose the itinerant quaok was waiting with penoil a!t:l paper resting on tbo window sill, or sneukingly swallowing any remarks .which might be mae adduring the course of a privateo onversationl, Any one who would be guilty of ouc...
Comme[?] WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. September 9. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
: D i·. lt 45h 4.,x - &lt;tsr k, J aOO11ER:IAri RKPOR'P. N September 09 lh|lr, per tIu ... £10 0 0 to 0£16 10 0 t)Nt , 11 ,... 0 2 6 0 2 9 itrnn,, . d'.. . O 0 0 1 0 +,1 . do ... I 0 I. 3. 0. 1. 6. iutter, per III ... 0 0 0 0 1 0 lEgs, potr do.an ... O 0 0 I 0 l i?~ n ,a. September 9. I. lm r, per Int " ... £15" to 0 to £16, 0.-0 tIh.h .,.per hla ha l t 6 0" O 6, 0 P -o 0 0 0 0 1 0 lr:n, do ... 1 0 0 0 0 0 U.rt. .10 * 0 2. 9: 0 3: 0
THE SUN AND THE ROSE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
THE SUN AND THE ROSE,. The sun, who smiles wherever he goes; Till the flowers all smile again, Fell in love one day with a bashful rose . That had been in a bud tillithen. So he pusheod back the folds of the" soft green hood That covered her nif lest greco, And kissed her as only a lover-could, Till the miMsoon burned in'her face.. h Ilut woo fortlhe lay when his golden hair' : Tangled her heart in a'not, And woe for the night of dark despair. W\hen her cheek with tears was wet 1 For she loved hi as only a maiden could, And he left her mild and meek, Striving in vain with her faded hood To covrer her blushing cheek. In tine the mulberry tree becomes a silk gown-and a silk gown becomes a woman. Nu'-crackers-Shillelnghs. An. inquiring. correspondent is anxious - to know if the "crack of doom" has over beent mended. George Elliot says: " A woman dictates be. fole marriage, in order that she may have an appetite for submission afterwards ." We pass our lives in regretting the past, com....
THE TOWN HALL ORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
STHE'TOWN HALL RuGAN. We'vo had'o m?o??o~rgav, and I've 'helped at aniothor of these big "'-hluws;'" without soomlng to enjoy it overmuch, especially the solentifio muslo as plnyed by the, pick of all, rgan-grinders now in seasoi. A soafaring man Bsitting along. side of me 'coild not make' head or talil of it. " Give us a chorus," said he on the quiet ; but the organ piped and tweodled- on. " Blow me ftight," weent on the seafariong man, "wheln'sthe tune -.ceing to becin I I'll go outside and ave a chawt I" And he went out. Then ho came back smelling of tobacco-and gin ; and still the orgarnflouindored further. "Bless my heart alive," ejaculated the seafaring- man "this is too much pork for a shilling. Whenever is that organ-grinder n-oling into the real buslness. I'll step outside andohavea smoke I" And he went out. Presently hle returtned emelling of rum. " Why, shiver my forotopgollant kkyscraper," ob served the soefaring mang " if that ilubber's aot thn the tiineyet I -Hane me, ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
TO 711E .EDITOR OF 7Z.EiNORZT'TI AASTEBtY-:E ISIG.-? Siir,-By.yyour Int'- iseo?uI' observo that -Mr Sharpe has spoken, and his again exetn plified hisi laggard characterist.ica, and would vainly inipedo our onward' movement. 1 feel gratified to see you have not hesitated to contradict bis.disingenuous. attempt to throw cold water over the affair by his false cry recpecting the financial position the. Borough Council. wovuld occupy. There is nothing I didmiro better; than.a man .to nail his colours to tlhe maste, and stand or fall by them. Let seoie of ' tiC leading towdltidic only unfurl their standard, and itio response will be overwhelming diecomforture to as. sumed authority. Past experience l,?s ma tured us for unity of action, and all the op position hlis waning power can now comr mind will not avail himi. Benaola has reason above tlhe stture of being led by the apron strings and guarded under anry one man'n paredntl wihig; Our stagnant positiun under SMr Soearpe'a leadership h...
THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
IeblisnAd on 1 nesdayl ald.Pridays. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER: 10, 18'7. TsE debate on.M. MAc aERsoN's motion on Wednesday, for. the, imposition of a duty on stock imported into this.colony, was a convino ing proof- that the arguments we' have re peatedly used in these columns were well founded: Aud the articles which- followed. in the Mblbourne papers show a slavish adherence to thoepolicy of the Goverinment, and display an entire ignorance of the true facts. These articles.show that the metropolitan journals are nothing more thanu more. Melbouine local papers, and so long as Mlbourno. can be sup plied with ch?iap.meat that is all they care for. The gredt "produojrig, interests of the farm ýing.and pastoral classes of Victoria are nothing compared with the cheap supply oft beefi to the subscribers of Melbourne papers. These interests may continue to languish, but what of,that ? • Besides, are there not a few resi dents in Melbourne who have cattle. stations in Riveiina? A,?.i d it would n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
BOW0MAN' FORERT-Impounded at Beech worth Shire Pound, 3rd September-Notice sent to owner Seven pigs unbrandled| To be sold o 2ind October. KIIT? iiOitE-Impounded at Kilmore;" 41t September. Baymare, near hind foot- white, emall star, 0 and illegible brand near. shoulder:: . Bay mare, black points, NS near shoulder' To be sold on 2nd:Octoberb". NOTIOE.,. rIONGWOOD-Brown -mare, advertised VRS near shoulder, should be TW s ciear shoul. der To be sold on 11th September. MANSIELD--Impoundod at Mlln-fi,.ld, by - Herdsman of Common-Trerpane '6 I Brown mere,.mule, halter, hell, brkelen hobblles, ;JP.conjoined near .sloulder .,e. : .:To be sold ,n.25chSe pembser;. SANSbF'ELD-Itnmponded at ln-lfiel i, loilt - August lby herdsman of oocmmon'l're-' pa s'Od each , Chesnut cob mre,, blaze, l'ii e circle off aboul. des' Black or iron cgry cllt foal, progeny : Bay horse, col her matrked, whiite hairs in foreleae I,. three while feet, blotch brand nIar shoulder Brown mare, star, B near shniltr Bay f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
O' ORIa EAM, FLOUR MILLS, . iv?ii tho Ihiglust .pilco fr t iEAT, and lhavoa, LOUR, :BRAN,: and POLLARD for Palo, GE:.EORGE ,S'-A RPE HAS FLOUR, BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON. HAND.. P.lUEAT BOUGH2 7N dNY QUANTITIES, SBENA.LLA 1 __ ____ ___ Is HOTEL S cNALLY :STORE Proprietor. BENA LILA. Agent for Messrs T. ROBINSON and CO.'S Pirie's Pateit - Double-furo· ow Plough. Cultivators, I-Iarrows, Reaping and Stripping '?lachines, and all other kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTS. I. W ALKE R, H IG H STRE E T, MANSFIELD. ]The very Best Ly.quo'r of Eve) y Description, oBR9TMSH _AND' C@LONO AL SGoo'd -Stabling. ME LBO.URI:E HOUSE. (Late Cahn and Loebel). S SUMM ER GOODS. ? C AIlN heg to inform lthe inhabitants of IaInsfield and the district that he has just received . a'supply of SUPERIOR SUMMER GOODS, embracing all'the Novoltis ato the Season, TOGETHER WITH!-. ' _ £300 'worth of Splendid Colonial. Jewellory. N.B.--A First.clas .MILLINER and- DRESSMAKER has been engaged. PRINTING AND STATIONERY WAREHOUS...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
\IE, LBOI??NI+, PRODUIE MA .RItK.I ! ?Ieatr5 Noyes an-I Robi repeot. for, the week: eo-lihtg September 4, 1872. h Iohe msarket during the. paot week has been very dull ; nn sales of any importance have beon male. We quote prices as.uuder : lo.lir-,Bet brands fine silk-dressed, £16 to .16i 10 ; other brrand, . 13.per ton upwards. Iitran-ls 'l to Is 6d-per.Iushel. 'olt.lrdl-Fite, Is 44 to is 6I; coarse, is 2d to I 4:1 per bushoel. W'heat-Be t samples northern, 7a 2t1 to 70 41 ;o her snomples.from ,S 6d per bushel accord-. .tots -Muh inqutired for ;.best samples mni'l ilg 3S 5'd to 3s 7d ; other samples from 2s 10d plor Ibuhel accordiong to quality. lialze-3, 3d to 3s 41 per bushel. Iltrloyg-Erglish malting. 6S 41 to 6-G8d lor Ieat samples ; otdinary semples tIrm 4. 3d to.6s por busies'.. leba-3s to 3S 3J'per bushel: lIye-3; I1 to 4. per bushel. Potatoes-llest Lancefield, £4- 10si with u". " wrd tedency.;. VWarrnambtol, £4 to .£4 s per Butler--Fresh, 10J to la.;-do potted, 9d to -le p ...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, September 5. (Before Mr Butler. P.M. the Mayor, and Mr Tone.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
iVANGARATTA .POLICE COURT.' Thursday, Beptembeb:r a L (Before Mr Butler, P.Mil, the Mayor,"and Mr Tone.) -,: R obertilarrison waesfined se or 24 hours for being drunk and disorderly, and uising obscenoe aGeorge Harrison was charged with being drunk and disorderly.. Fined Is, orl2l houts'mprison. went. W.n-arat...A 1'olico v Borough- Oounill of .Wa oratta-A' summons for £3 18s 101, expenesa for the arrest of a lunatic. Mr 'Nortonu for the'defondants. T'he lunatic in question was oneo'Joffray. There was no defence to the case, and an order was made for the amount. . ' Sami v Sanime-The amont 'sued for in his casse was £2 Od; iJ. Mr Norton for the defen. dsnts. In this cae, although a constable or. rested the man, the medical man declared he was not insane, Mr Butler hold that this made no idifference, and an order was made for,the amount, -DeilenO'0'Kef : -Jamaes Dixon--Mr -Notcutt -for the plaintiff, and'sir Lamnont with Mr Norton ; feor the defendant. This was ano interpleader Simmp...
WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 10 September 1872
WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. The usual fortnightly moetong of the cam.. mittce of the above institution was held on Thursday. last, at 3 p.m.~ present iMr Ji. B. Docker, president (in the ciair), thie Ven. Archdeacon Tucker, Rev. Father Edan,' M~esrs T'one, Duaphy, and Johnston. The minutes of the previous meeting were rend and confirmed, Tile following correspondence. was read and dealt with :- . From . Ir Dower, on the subject of the fee' charged' by the cemetery trustees..for the.. burial of needy persons. The letter was. referred to the House Committee. From l r J. iR. Orone offering to deliver a lecture upon "Tom Ilcod," and asking the committee to ix a time. The offer was accepted, the time of de.. liverrririg the lecturo to be lef: to the Presi.. dent and Mr Ci"'one. iThe accounts not havigng passed theo House. Committee, as they had not met, were poet.: adopted. It set furth that tlo hospital was. in a clean and satisacntory state. There Wvere. 12 patients in the lhospital. The comi...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &C. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872
:. IPOST O'FICE, BENALLA. lOUYVAL A?20, )PARTUTIE OF ,1.LAU1 &O.. Malls arriveo From Melbourne, and pota towns by way of Mtelbourne, daily (Mondays excepted), a. 0.16 ),m. SIntermediate post towns, viz., Donnybrook V1eillan Wallin, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, ' Svemour, Avenel,U Longw6od &e. (including tho' cr'respondence from lanifiold, Merton, Aiex. I~..irn, Jamieson'qc.), at 0.15 p.m. " t Winton, Wang?aatta, and Boechworth (in tluding letters from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxley, El Dorado, Buckland, Yackandandah, Withgun Thl. Ruthcrglen, Chiltern, Albury, &c., whence so direct mails are received), daily (Sundays carpted), at 5.30 p.m. Mlajor Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan. r dln, Cobrain, and Yarrawonga do, Fridays, at !('.:10 a.m., Sheopparton, Pine Lodge Station, Gowe?- I paldie and Benalla do, Mondays, at 7.30 p.m. SMails close For Melbourne, and places vid Melbourne, ' daily (Sundays oxcepted), at 5.15 p.m. Sintiormodlate post towns, viz", Violet Tow...