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THE NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY. A VISIT TO BALLAST TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

THE NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY. (ar oun sroEAL' onnEe80ONDENT.) A VISIT TO BALLAST TOrW. Our readers. will boe pleased .when they learn that the second section of the 'North castdrh llailwaay is progressing at uich a rapid Iate that bytho 28th of October both pasaen gers and mails will be received and delivered, in case the Government and.'contractore agree upo.theo;terms, it .Longwood, a distance of some 26 emiles beyond where the Goternorand the Ministry,, with a few. of the very, lite of the metropolis, met some two or three weeks since, for.tho purpose. of formally deolaring the line open up to Seymour. The ballast trucks, ;drawn by the large lo comotives; "aroe loaded and transported along the line with astonishing rapidity. ' Theoplato laying is conducted with the skill and energy peculiar only to Mr. Styles, 'son., who enjoys: the reputation of being the best platolayer in tho'Austialian colonies. .At?tho ballaset piti,: the scen'iis saingularly striking.; A city, on a miniature s...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Wednesday, September 11. (Before Messrs Sharpe and Robertson.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

WodncsdaySoptombor 11. -. (Before Messrs Sharpo and Robertson.). George Salvage, an old man, was charged with being drunk and disorderlyi and was dismissed with a'caution, Daniel Leahy was charged with larceny from p dwelling under 40. S. Olarke,sworn-OnTuesday morpingprisonsr. called at his house and had a drink, lie closed: the bar door and loft prisoner in the .pplussae. Missoil a handbell in theoeveinig; and susi?cted.. prisonsr of taking it. The boll iroduced was a similar one to another which he had in his poe. session, but he could not positively swear to it, though to the beet of his belief it was his pro-. perty. 1M.C. Brennan swore to recelving information that a bell had been stolen ftom Mºr Olarke's,' te, together with P.O.'s M'lnorney and O'Brien, searched the town, and found prisoner at Mr" Pmyth'e. Found the bull produced mn liis pocket. Prisoder did not seem to know anything about the bell, and could not account for having it in his possession. ;'Prisoner said he tyn...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

TO CORRESPOINDEN'TS. No communicatioto Will undor any circutm atancea bý sinertdd uCnless authenticated by, th rnal namo and address of-the .writer, not neces sarily for publications, but as a guarantee of oasd faitli. ao are reotarsponsiblo for the opiionas ex preasaed by cresorre sla.d. .

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisoments cannot be withdrawn before heo timoe ekpires for which they have been ordered. In casos where the number of inser tiois is lot speo?fied'the advertisemehts will be inserted.till cduntbrmanded,; and. charged, ac cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously inserted unless a written order to stop them.is sent,

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

TO 711E EDITOR OF THE NOARTH EAS7ERIV ENVSIN. Sir,--ln rrefrcni to a letter in your issuq of the 10th inst., signed " Nut a Farmer near Violet l'own," 1 presume that. I am the "itinerant quack" alluded to in it. If so,~I be? to deny all knowledge of tite letter of St ( armer, gear Violet Town"-,wherein allusion is made to the Shire Engineer--or of. the'writer. I feel oonfident that all who 'know -me will eaquit aio 'of being eitheJ 'an eivesdropper or a sneak, and the rest of the aeousations laid to my charge, and if the writer of the letter is a resident of Violet Town or Euroa-and not the Engineer (Il!) in' question-he must. have known that he was writing a delihorate filsehood. "Elia allusion'to people, living in glass houses I naoopt.as being applieable *to myself, but not in the sense he would apply it. Mletapbo. rically speaking I live ins glass house my aotions are all open and aboveboard i every phase of my character is well k]nown in this district;.and I. challenge the. wri...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

Subscribers cannot discontinub the paper in the middle of a qinarter."'No notioe, will be taken of an order to discoutipue upless all money duo antompanies th?i boder. Remittances may be- made in postago esomps, or by P.O. order.

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SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRcUIT CoUorT. eechworth--Wednesday, 20th October. GENEROL ESSIONS. ansfield-F;riday, October 18. CourTr COURTS. Alexandra-Wednesday, October 9. - Jamieaon-Saturday, October 12. lanrefield-Friday, October 18,

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

20 TfE .ED1TOR 017HIE N07T2iI , EASZERN ENSIN. - Sir,-In'.your issue of tho 10th inst. I a?m glad to see thit 'soiio person urnder thoroii'ei de??nrme of "'o rogresq" hl partially pointed out the anti.progressive action of the Presidint of the Benalla Shiro Qouncil;. and although I do not entiroly agree with "Progress". ,n his~ borough dotions, I perfectly ogre rwith; him when he says that our stagnant position indi~r th Preosident'q leadershij Phas becomes unse du~rrblo... .7 . :", . Sodfar as Blonalla' positiop is concerned, it is, and has been for the last four years, going baclkward day by day,' whilo wo sOe Waanga ratta, Mdansfield, Oxlcy, and all the negh bouring places going ahoad, aind tolcng tliri ,wind out of our sails. A nd why is this ?, I can only see one reason-wo want a ,goo? mau at tia helm,'ono who will work, not only for. his personal interest and pocket, but who will work for the benefit of the ratepayers who. have placed him iii the honourable position of chief m...

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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

"= rArI4 iclO I'R IUO.tt. Selitember . ]]loiir, par 217u X16 0 0 to .6Ip10' 0 W hoa' ,pur ,tiholl 0 0 0 -,' 0 0 Oato, _ do_. 0U °3 6 0 2 0 to bU 0 t 0 Uutcer, per lb b d 1 0o 1cggor pdaztu 0 0 0 Q II~anLLA. lkptcnl'er 12. F'lourr ton .': £10 10 0 to 110 0 0 Whoati, per ~Itouhl. U 0, 0 15 0 .6. ' oltor. l'' .1150 t 0 1 0U Jron,, do O2,G 0 0 tl 0 0.t2. 10 0 3 0

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

)McuSr' Noy;es anr neit eTpoit fo the week tendin Septei>B>eir -4. 1872. 1 " " The manrkd du rip' i tio pals w?ek hai been very dull;, no aals of any importance havd bion made. '\We quoto prico;s . under : 'Flour--Bell irand.e fine silk-dressed, £18 to .10 10s; other l.ai£ds 3p, £3 per ton ueward Itran-ls&l to is Cd per buShel. 'ollard-.Pine, la 4,1 t 1' 61;. coarse, Is Sd to In 41 per buslIl. Whe'at -lirt semples northern, 7Z 21 to 7 41 ; o her st.al. es ftorn 51 ad per bu*bel accoid. '),ots.jlucli tinqei-e for best samples amil. ing 3M 61 to 3d 7d ; other slmiples from 2e i0d per busliel nccordiL. to qu»sily. 'Malize--3 311 to 39 41 per hushol. BaIly--Egillishn maltlin 6s 4.1 to 66 8d Irr heat'samples; ordiunry samples from 4 :ld to 6t pir bushelo'. 'Peas-3~ to 3 3.1 per bu.1hel, Rye-..-39'lto 4i per buahel. Potatoes-Uest Iancrfi8ld, £4 tlOae with up: ward tenldoineo ;'Wsrnunioiol, 4 t' o'£4;ý per ' Butter--Frbsh, I( to l8 ; rdo potted, Od to sl p.tr lb'll rdin',y; h...

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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. September 11. MR. E. MOOREY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

Va'4Si4IELD. paODUOE:OIRQcLaA 8optembor II. itn. P. ?[ooiLFY'B RolOOT. "I:our, porRod:.. £0 0 O to £t7. 0 0 JFh~ft do 4 0 0 5 o 0 WYhoot, por'buohol 1 0. 0 0, 0 Sdo 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 B3acon, :.0, 0 8.. 0 1 0 _- 1tter (freob) por lb .::`_ 0 1 0 0 1 0 R^°por doo ' I 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

JdIN POUNDI N GS.- -. ( IfAtlORE-Imlounded at Kilmnore, 4th September. 1i, ymare,nenrhind.-oot whitoe, samall star, andll illegiblo brand near shboulder ll v mare, black points, NS near shoulder To bo'sold on 2ndOctober.. * .,I:ANSFIELD-Impounded at Mlanfield, by Hordsman of Common-Trespass 0.1 lir !wi mare, mulo, halter, bell, broken hobbles, ;1 P conjoined near shoulder To be sold on 25th September. i UROHISON-Impounded at?"lurahison, on 20th August--Trespass 5s each. Or y horse; draught, broken ball on, like 8 over I) near shoulder park'bay or biown horse, draught, stripe, like "p near a?hoyl!doa )D rl.-bay or brown horse, draught, blaz', two "hind foot white, like AD off shoulder o'r,bo sold on 25th September. . NGARATTA-aIpoiided at W1aigiratta, 3rd September grey horse, collar marked, rope round neck, DK near shoulder 3,, bhorse, crown off chook and shoulder ~l, l bull calf, star, W A\ nanr ribs To be sold on 2nd October. 17UEEELER nod WILSON'S · NEW I?? PROVED PATENT SILENT. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

SHIRE OP BENALLA. Valuator. Revenue. Officer. APPLICATIONS will be r4ceived at the Cou?n il ChObambers, Bridge Street, Benaila, up to One'p,m. on Wednesdaiy, September' id, for the undermentioned offices under the Councill - 1-For thedOfico .of VALUA6TOR 'and: COLLECTOR of ARREARS of RATES for 1871. to the Shire. 2-For REVENUE OFFICER to the Shire i Full particulars of duties, &c., may be had on application to the uhdoreigned. F. 1'DONNELLI '' Socrcdtary, 'Cuoca? iChimbmhors,,. - , ,. Bnalla, Sept. 5, 1872:; SHiRE OF BENALLA ; T'ENDERS will' be received at. the Council Chambers, Bridge-street, Benalla, up to One p.m. on Wednesday, the 18th September, for the following works- 1-Four chains of footpath formation in Bridge Street North, Benalla. 2-Drains, &e., at Gardiner's Hill. 3-Formation, &a, on Shoppartoe Road, near Ilokoan., 4-Bridge on the Fout-mile Creek; Upoti potpou Road. 5-Works on Samaria Roid., : -Woeeks at Green Hilla. 7-Grubbing and'Cleating near ...

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OPENING OF THE NEW BILLIARD ROOMS AT THE COUNCIL CLUB HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

.OPINING OF THIE NEW BILLTARD rlt00MS APTIIE COUNCIL OLUB HOTEL.' The.ne-w-billiard-roome in connection withl .this establishment have been opened for some litili'tfnie.. OnMonday last the event .was celebrated firat by a billiard match for £10 a sido between Mr T. Smith, the lessee .of the roomes.and Mr Weippert, the pro fessor of music.- The game was for 500, and although Mr Smith was 400 when MIr Weip. :pert was 501, from the play of the two con petitors we are inclined to- think that Mr -Weippert could have come. off a. conqueror ,in less time than he did had he thought fit. After the match some, 30 gentlemen sat .down to an invitation supper given by Mr Spearing. *-The chair was' occupied by Mr A. Tone. After the toasts of the " Queen and Royal ,Family," and " The Governor," had been disposee of, Mr 8S.NonRTON (the Town Clerk) pro .po:ed "Prosperity to thie Borough of Wan gar?tta," observing that he came to it..in 1854; when there r ere only;then one or two houses, a publichots...

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OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

OXLEY SHIRE-COUNCIL. e This body met ori Saturday last, present, t the President, Mr J3 A. Broiwn, draeWhitty, ;Yihon, Cozens, Gray,'and O'Donnell.: t The newly-elected councillors,; Messrs r.! O'Connell, Byrne, and Milne having sub= E scribed the usual declaration took their- c seats. The minutes of the previous meeting were t read and confirmed. . cnnRESONDENOE. From Mr G. S. Searle, iangaratta Slar, re?uiesting a share of the ,Council's adver tisements. Upon this letter being read the-President said he was for distributing the advertiao mnents of the Council eqnally between all the Iapera circulating iti- tthe- district.' A party conneo'ed with the Ouens and Muorrary Ad vertisor had thlreateneitl him (the President) that if he did not get the lion's shllre of the advertisoments it would be the worse for him thbe )Iresident)). He wishled' to know how it would be thle worse for lim:n Cr ?Yilson was foregiving one.fourth of the-patrorage of the Council to ithe Adver· 'tia'i", &a...

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BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, September 10. (Before Mr Butler, P.M., and Messrs M'Bean, and M Kellar) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

BENALLA PO.LCll (C I J CUr. * Tuesday; Sptemnber 10. (Before Mr Butler,• P..I1., and Muesrs AI'Beaq and Al Kellar) Gunn v COlerry--Nd appearance. Struck out. Mary Forsyth v Ann Payno--An action for an unlawful assault. Mr AI'Donnell for thq complainant ; Mr pow for the defendant. ." 1lr MIDonnell, having stated the case, called Mlary Forsyth, who deposed that on the 5th'of September a bull belongatn to defendant's hue. band had jumped over her fence. She went to defendant's house to tell her to take the bull away, or it.would be impounded. Defendant took a stick and hit her over the head and arms, and she wava sarely bruisel., Cross.examianed,-There was no occasion foe defendant to strike ier. She did ijot use any bad language to defendant. . John Forsyth was .woikring in his gardha on the' bth, and saw defi?nianr strike his _glfq.g He :wont to the'reqiouo.; Cross.oexmined-Did not boar any ?ausitv language used by his wife, - : For ,he defence, AMr Pow called - Payue, who said she w...

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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

THE P'ublished on tesdays and .Fridays. 1]RIDAY,; SEP.TEMBE 13,: 1872. On Monday night the sub.committee oap po?qted,by. the Woangarata Borough Couneil to recommend a ilte to the qouncil for a post. offce by thein to b' submittedto.the Gpvern? ment.met at. the' Counhil Chambers. Those presont were, the Mayor, and Cre. Dunphy, Thomas, and Toie. 'Cr. Thoinsuread''loetter from Cr. Murdoch offering to give a certain lportioi of his land in ReoI street for.a" pot offle. The locality ip, opposite the store of eissrs. Lucas and Thomas, and has a front. age of 6p'f et. This site the sub:oommitteo decided to recommend to tho Council. Is all jirobability th' Council will adopt this' site. A petition in favour of retainiog the post offico in Murphy-street, with 150 signatures to it, has beln sao t to the Governmto nt. We think it rather a mistake that the petition was not sent tlroughl the Council. Hiowgv.er, if the niojorit of.tho burgesses are against the ]blidstreet site they will have to t...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, September 9. (Before Mr Butler. P.M., and the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, Septomber 9.. : (Beforeo Mr Butler, P.JI., and the Mayor.) James Low, charged withl being drunk and disorderly, having boon lockoJ up since Saturday night was sot at liberty. James Davis was charged with horseestaling. Air Ln out appueared for the prisounr. The following evidence was adducod : Robert Harrison deposeod-I am a labourer, living near Glenrowoo. Saw the prisoner on ned hoptember. oe said he wanted to sell his borne, This evgp about half 4 mile from Wlon rowon, on the road.. The prisoner was ittin' od alog, and- there .wee another man. with int. The prisoner asked £3 or' £4 for the horse, saddle, and bridle;- Isaid I could only give £2 for the horse. The prisoner said he'was hard up, and had only ls Od in the, world, 'ad thtt' was why he wanted to soil it. I then went to the railway engineer's office, aed'afterwards metn the prisoner at Johnstone's. ?He then asked me if I could give no more then £2 for the horse, saddle, and bridle. The pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 13 September 1872

,ý -ga ! -a y a..nm n u o, i X11 , L. , T~oO I STEAM h F'LOUQ, ? R8.; 80.MiLL:o S Givo tio highost pco for WHEAT, and hav FLOUR, BRAN, and POLLARD r Salo. GEORGE S RAliRP HAS FLOUR,;BRAN, AND POLLARD: ALWA;YS ON H' ND' IPEAT BOUGHT2 IN dAY QUANTITIES. HOTEL OIALLY SR-E Pr'oprietor. A4.. no WER . BE N A LLA. Agent for Messrs T. ROBINSON and CO.'S zPerie':s Pteit D6oubl e-fPuriow= Plou'g1 Cultivators, HarroWs, Reaping and Stripping Machines, _and all other kinds of FARMING'IMPLEIMENTS :: -.. WALKER,.. HIGH STREET, M ANSFIELD. 'The very Best Liquors of Eve, y Descr:iption, BROUTOSH -AND CG@L@A .G`JALSL. Good Stabling. MEL B=OIJR NE I O U STh (Late Cah, and Loebeld). SUMMER GOODS. CAIIN begs to inform the inhabitants of Mansfield and the district that hohas. just received Sa supply of SUPERIOR SUMMER GOODS, embracing all the Novelties ot the Season, " OGETHER IT : £800 "worth of Splendid ,Colonial: Jewellry. N.B;-A .Firstoclass N?ILLINER and DRESSMAKER has been, engaged. PRINTING AND' A...

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SITTINGS OF COURTS. CIRCUIT COURT [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 17 September 1872

SITTINGS OF COURTS. CinculT COUnT ccchworth--Wednesday, 2Uth October. G GEenRt. SFSIONS.. ansfield-Friday, October 18. ConuTr COURTS. Alexandra-Wednesday, October 9. JJamieson-Saturday, October 12. Mlansfield-Friday, October 18,

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