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A CHINESE VIEW OF THE QUESTION To the Editor of the North-eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 September 1872
A CHINESE VIEW OF THE QUESTION To thi Editor. of thes North.eastern Ensign. Missor Edeetur-Me no no muchee bout Inglishman's: ting.,.but me sine de paper. for de borough, for day telles me we shall den hhbe a biger man n dan do horse.o What you'call him ?. Ugh !: d' mars! ,Mono likes Miseer Sharpe. Hin', tarem up one 'good street., Him trow muchee money way, like dat. : Him trow muchee more money way dillem up hole near hizmown big house. Him no-"pay him rates.: Me must pay. "Him fool de Council Wednesday. Get um'say'dd hole be f81lem up shall be' one street.= All him own good. Nobody elasogood. Mleno-want my money spent dere. Me no writee good Inglish. Wellee good you.. AH HONG FAT.
WANGARATTA TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 September 1872
WANGARIATTA T'URP..CLUB. 1 The adjourned annual meeeting of the above club, was held on Monday, the 10th inet, at the Royal Vieotorli Hotel. "Mr John Norton as.in, the chair, and there were preo. sent Dr Hutlhinson.,lesers R. D. Reid, J. Johnston, H. Counolly; H, 'Ktt,;' and `Geo. The ollowing busines 'was transacted viz., Mr W. Butler was, appointed president and ,judgea for, the yeari1878O;: Mr R. D;. Reid was made one vice-president and Mr Johnston the: olher.'Mr, 'Rundle was sp; .pointed honorary treasurer, and Mr Kett-was :requested to act as secretary until the next meeting. The stewardsaelected were Mespra R. D. Reid, A. Tone, J. Dixon, J. Norton, IH. eonnolly;-G. Rutherford, J.-Evans, and Johnston. 'ho committee chpsooen consists of the, following geqtleumn:-Messrs G; Rutherford, lHi Connolly, iJ. NortoqrJ. B: Dolker'; John Evans, A. Tone, J. Dixoen, C. A. Rundle, B. D. Reid: H-..Kett, Dr Miller, J. Johnston, J. Grant, Geo. Powell, A. L. Ely, T. F. Notoutt, J. Duophy, and A....
WANGARATTA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 September 1872
WANGARATTA CRICKET CLUB. The annual neeting of this clubf was heldoir Tuesday Inat at the Bull's Head Hotel, Wanngairta,'Ir H tcbin. laon (president) in the chair i The firet basiuea was the election of offcers. ,iDr Hntchineoa w re-elcted p? .resident, and Mr J. B. Docker! ice.preaident. Mr S.: S. Seanrl was proposed's secretary and treasurer, as :was also Mr Champ.u Mr Champ iwas elected by fivo v ,otes to three. The annuial iport of the committee of, the club was red." It showed that eight mii tchs were' played last enaion,of ,which?to clubwon 'ive and lost' three. ISunariptions had been collected fromn 2f menu bene. At the end of the peason the club was £4 18s 21 ?-, ..debt, for. which Mr J, B .;Docker; gave a cheque. The ground had been improved, thei necessary, booths, tlogether with a ladies' booth, had baen erected. :.?The report was received ned adopted. TThe following seven gentlemen were eleted coinmitteribe -?d~i l -Mesers SChandler, Searle; Crone, T.'. Cusack, Powell; B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 September 1872
wH :.;3ST iD .rn ..i aw i VT, RAl O STEAA-M FLOUR MILL . ",. a WANGARATTA' AND -MANSFIELD?- . G :: ve the highet:pticO' for WHEAT, and' have 'FLOUR; BRAN, and POLLARD for'Siale G EOR G E:S A P L oA -;`IIl rIIL HAS' ' LOUR; BRAN, .AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON HAND; .?PEA2' BOUGHL2 IN NY QUANT?TIES. BENA.. LA ... ,. ...TEL . ~-- MNALLY 8 T 0 RE. Proprietor. Agent for Mesars T. ROBINSON and CO.'S Pirie's Ptent Double-furrow Plough: i, hines and--all othe •",kds-ofFLARMING IMPLEMENTS. "':: T1. WALKER, H IG H STR EET,. MAN SFIELD:. The very. Best Liquors of Eve y .Desreiption, ao 4 AIi @L@ L ,:©D L "G ood Stabling. OAI1N bhgs to inform the inhabit'nts of Mansfield and the district that he hai juat roceived " a supply eof SUPERIOR SUMMER? GOODS,'o embraolng 'all the Novelties ot tho Season, `' £800 ,o?rth' of Splendid 'Colonial"Jewelleory; ' NB.-A Dsretclaoe _MILLiNER and DRESSMAKER. has been engaged. PRINTINGS TD D STATIONERY .WAREIHOUSE ridge ,Street, Benalla. ." TATI0'ER! A?ND 3BO..,,OKS ,AT ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 September 1872
TO CORRESPONDENTS.! No eornm icat~io will under any oirem ! q eneea be winsrd tedile adbntsioarjd by the real nane and addreaa of toe Writer not necs a wrily: for, publication. 'but aa a g erantes of ',,odfaith. - ° ove are not responsible for thd opiiioti* -$ preoud kyoorrOepOtuO?6fl. r ý 1[.O. ""Puon,ý_ý"i eiFTom,,gn sal M r rp~aiZ rrejpondeintoa tet er T arp to hinid,' blt cannot be inserted owing to grant . of sace.' · Tio
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 September 1872
- .-. - IMPOUNDINGS. DI ' ]TL10RE-Impoundod at Kilmore, 4th - . -September; t, ,a, 0,I.- ., ; ,', . - iBay' vire ecar hiad' foot wite, all ar, and illegible brand near shoulder Bay mare, black pointi, Nl near shoulder. To be sold on'2nd Ootober. A.A'NSFIELD-Impqunded at Mansfield, by SHerdsman of Common-Trespass 64 lBrown mare, mulo, halter, bell, brokpn: hobblas, JP conjoined near sboulder To be sold en o.th September, "1VUROl ISON-aImpoundd at Murohison, on 20th -Augqst-Trespass 5s each. - GOrey horse, drau , broken bell on, lik 8 over D near shoulder -, park-bay or brown horse, dtaught, stripe, like .r- near shoulde; Dark-bay or browo horse. draught, bile", two hind feet white, like AD off shoulder ,To be sold on 25th'September i.. 'VW ANGARATTA-ImpouoDded at Wangaratta% v ,rd Soptemberi - Grey horse, collar marked, rope round neck, ]P~ near sloulder-, , i d , Pay horse, coin off cheoo and shoulder 1led bull calf, star, w a near ribA To be sold op 2nd October. . (W HEELER and. WI...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, September 16. (Before Mr Butler. P.M., the Mayor. and Mr. D. H. Evans.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 September 1872
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, September 10.%. (Before Mr Butler, P.M., the Mayor, and Mr D. H. EvBrans.) Thomas 0. iamllton was brought up charged with deserting the hired service of one Mr Grim. shaw without his leave. The prosecutor deposed-I am a butcher living at North Wangaratta. Three weeks ago I hired the prisoner by the week. He was to keep the books aind to take out meat. A week ago I sent him out on horseback, hout did not return. On .the following day I had to send someone elseout iith the cart with meat .The prisoner took the horse out of the cart, and went off and did not come back to me. 'The cart was brought back. Am willing to take the prisoner back into my service, The Bench discharged the' accused, he: agree. iog to return to his employment. :'Quirk and others v Barrow-For work and labour done. ' Mr Notcult for the plaintiffs; Mr Norton for te defendant, who objected that the .claim was for a share'of work donie; Such a claim could not be enforced in the Police ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 September 1872
A SALE of Crown Lande by Public A?rotlon will be held at Eleven o'clock of Tuesday, .list October, 1872, at the Court house, Bonalla. The following lot, will be offered: ;- : TOWN LOTS. penallt ouniy of Depatlte, prleh of'BenallI. U' pset price £8 per'core AAllotientiulO to 12,, section ?; 4, 'seotion N-; 11;,12 section A ; 4, pection ;, ir Sp to 2r 1lp; COUNTRY LOTS. * County of Moira, parih of Dookio. z:ýAdjdining Mr P.-Barrlgey'a19th' section holding.' Upset price £1 per acre.: Allotment part 125A,' 34a Plans and informitionaian bh obtalnod a the Cron :Lande Officoie Blelbourie ; and at ;the Courtlhouse, ouenall, a_ °' CCommissioner of, Crown Land.s and President of the Board of Land and Works., REAPING, MACHINES. ¶hree and Four Wheel Reapers, HOESEPOWEB8, CB?E8EPRE88ES,t&eo., On Bale at J.& , . MO O DO L E',S CarrieraStreet, Benaslla I coieza 1Ii?? i?3iD A Mo O .r. r O .? ,' 'The following Applications .WILL Na caIrEnoD AT ' BENALLA LC0AL L.AND BOARD f - ON ti FR...
PROSECUTION OF CATHOLIC PRIESTS FOR ELECTORAL MALPRACTICE. (DAILY NEWS, JULY 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 September 1872
PROSECUTIONOFi CATHOLIO PRIESTS FORELECTORAL MIALPRACTIOEs (DAiLY 5!0W5, JoLT 24. -' 2. Keldombassa more momentous deoiaion been taken by a Goveronment than that;hieta it wes yesterday the ainfiul duty of the Iili' Attorney. General to anrounce to the HRouose f Commone? The Government have'resolved to prosecute 22 of the persons named in the report of AMr Justice Keogh asehaving' been guilty of undue influence orintoimidation in the Galway Election. The 22 persons include not merely Captain Nolan and his brother, but 19 Roman Catholic priestls and the Roman CatholiceBishop of Clonfert. Every one must feel the seriousness of the occasion, and the weightof the responsibility which events have throwo ul onthe Government. We cannot,of couse doubt that the decision will creante the utmost excitemeni in Ireland, and will probably lead, for the hoiur at least, to a passionate mis. interpretation,of the motives of the Government. But even among the Irish Roman Catholics, whom theevent will ...
THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 September 1872
THE PubhiLrd on luesdaes anL Fridays FRIDAY, $EPTE BER 20, 1812. WE have on severgl oýcasions 4esoante4 upot the desirability of forming a racing club i? Beonalla, but for some years past no such clul " has been in eistence, though with the excep. lion of 1871 tere have been annuial races hold on the Benalla course which hare proved more or less successful. Still, oqing to cramped resources nod a -\eny fenpong and stand debt, the stewards of t~tp ppat h .a?; eot bpen able to do more'thiin offer limited prizes, and conse quently small f?elds and a thin attendance on the part of the publip have beep the almost unvarying result. The debt has been gradu aslly reduced till nov it is nothing much to speak ofas some £7Q at the outside would cover all; and it seems to us tlat.tho time has now arrived when a club should be: formed and racing mattere, ~. placed upon ,a.. proper and more satisfactory footing.. Another point calls for romanri, andomust be attended to. It has been customary in p...
CHARTES TOWERS PROCLAIMED A MYTH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 20 September 1872
CHARTERS TOWERS PROCLAIMED A MYTH As affording information on the Charters Towers rush, the following telegraphic com- munication to the Star on Saturday, by the Rev Josiah George Turner, Wesleyan minister, Talbot, will be resad- with interest and advantage :-. " On Thursday I telegraphed to William Brookes, Esq, Brisbane, iron merchant, and an ex-M.P., as request of inquirers, concerning Charters Towers, and to-day (Saturday) received the following reply:-" Dissuade people from &nbsp; &nbsp; coming; the whole affair is a perfect myth." &nbsp; The Brisbane Courier observes :-" In spite of our warnings against miners at a distance being led away by the idea that there may be alluvial deposits of gold in this colony of considerable extent, it is stated that a regular rush of diggers to Charters Towers has begun in Victoria and New South Wales. The message published to-day from our telegraphic correspondent at Townsville sufficiently proves that the miners from ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 September 1872
TIIPOUNDINGS. BOVMAN'S FOlRES.T-Impoundlod tt,1oech" . _ 'wor tli Sliro Pound; 3r4 Slptemhoir--otio eont to owier @even pig« Utnbrandiod To be sold on 2nd Optpber. W ANGARATTA--Impoluded at Waoknartt» g-rey.horae, bollar parked, rope round neck, D1I near shoulder J'y horer, crown off chieli~ nd shoqtlder Red bull palf, star, W A\ near rits "To be sold on 2nd October. NEWL - BILUAR:E- SON, H AS much pleasure in informing his friends thlt he has leased Mr Hpearipg's New BILLIARD SALOON, .whlraethe.patron4 of the game can be accommodated with, two. fist-class tables'fi'ted with qvery coonvpnience, an famed for their accuracy. Cigar Divan in coonectionwith the above will be opened for the sale of first qpality Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, and- Perfer ery. Chess Tables provided.. T. A. SMITH, W HEELER and4 WILSON'S NEW I,11. PROVED PATENT SI}.ENT, WORI~ NG. SEVING MACHINES: At Greatly]Redupe4.Priges. Caution-The gloat success of, the Wheeler and Wilson's machine has produced numerous qorthles...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &C. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 September 1872
Op'ýT OFFICP S IVANALLA. AR51(5Y.. 3aL crPABcUROE OI MAILS &0. "M5las arrivq From Moelborne, and poet towol by way of Melbpy pe, ily (5Jouda excepated), aL 9,16, Iplermediate post towns, vis., Donnybrook Wallap \Vallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, sieyoopr, venel,' Loogwood &c. (including the eorresppndence from Mansfield, Merton, Ai?. itdra, aspieson &c.), at 9.15 p.m. Wintpn, Zangaratta, and Beechworth (ip. hrudip ettr from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxloy, j1 l~odo, Buckland, qackandandah, Wahgun 'ah. BUtherglsn, Chiltern, Albury, c., ihqnce no direct mails are received), dailyt (c9qda. s xecepted), at 6.30 p.m.. Major Plains, Yabbi Tabb '8tation' Katan sra, Cobram, and Yarrarlongs do, Fridays, at 1Q.30 a.m., hepparton, Pine Lodge. Station, Gowe. g4diie nd Benallsa do, Mondays, at '.30 p.lp, Mlails qloqe For Melbourne, aod, laces vi I1elclbourne, daily (Sundyao;excepted), at 5.15 p.m. " intermedlate post towr, vlz,, Violet Town Huros, Longwood, &q., da...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 September 1872
An elderly maiden lady, named Hougi, f Hlighabot I?ouse, Twickenham, sister the I1ev. 1?r?. Bough, the vicar of Ham, nea Richmond, wliilit walking in 'her garden was attacked by some bees, which settled or the top of her head, and litirally staug he. to death. ' - SlMormonism stands a chance of being checkmated. A Western prophetess is ou preaching the doctri9g of pluyality(of huss bands, and shows hieroglyphies on stone di. , et from lieaven in support of her position An American contemporary adds : " There are wemen in' all parts of the world whc have prtictical!y a plurality of husbands, but we don't think they got.. their commission to do so in hieroglyphics froni.lieaven. 'Pthey may; have got, it, from the other place, though-" A loving couple have recently been ar resled by:the police of Lucerne.' It. siems that'the young wife of a veterinary pirofissor at Lyons ran off with a pupil of her hun band's, ,she having helped hidrself to 5,o000f. from her husband's strong box to pay...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 September 1872
TO couRKESPOND'ENTS. No communicatlon woill und?·r an, cirnenm samnces be inserted inless autheiticated by the e'al name and address of the worier, not necea airily for pi?blicatiol, but 'ans a guaiantei of lsood faith. .. We sie not responsible for the opinions ex-: pressed by correspondents. All CommunicpLtions. relating to, the lnewspaper it is requested will be addressed t6 the' Editor. " Private miatters. only must be addressed to the Proprietor, Mr. Johu Liston.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 27 September 1872
Tro T71E EDITOR OF TiE .ORITH EBAS7ERN EilSIG9. .Sir,--.Inoyour issue ,of the 18th at the niceting of tho:Shire Cuuneil it seems the President is veryLmucli against~Benalla being formed into a borough`. As` I' don't profeds to knowilhe merits of the ease 1'1I leave that to abler beahds to discuss the matter, but in. deed I nust really sly the language used by the President and a magistrate was not what should come from any 'shire member. I should not come from one holding the posi tion of chairman, uttered for no reason but that all other persons don't agree with his opinions and dictates, and they are there fore to be called subjects for mad hou-es by this Solon of a chairman. ye and him are blessed witlh our faculties to allow of us being at large, and ought to feel'thankful to the Almighty 'for such a blessing. We should rather feel pity tor those that are so'afflioted, and not bring up their calamity as a scoff regarding people as sane as himself.; Under the Brit!sh Constitution...