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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 October 1872
VICTORIA S TE.AM. - FLO .R M lLS, SWANG'RkT1A AND -MANSFIELD" Give t g eat e ig.i .r -WIIJAT, and" l? ao .a LOUR,' BRAN,:aad POLLARD; for'Palo. STE FLO: UR MIL S . : " .;,:S: ! . ' I O -U' 3 - x L , . .I: S S.,... ;AL , . SLO N, , .A.ND POLLARD ALWAYS ON HA.. ll' JEAT BOUGB12 IN V Y' QUANTITIES' N ý, : - ý HOTEL -o.AcNALLY S T 0 It E . - Proprietor. :A. MBE N. B .E N A I L A. Agent. fur Messrs T. RIOBINSON and 0.'S Pirie's Patent Double-fturror Plough. QCultivators, Harrows,; ~l: eaping.. and Stripping Mhichiies, and all ,other - hi ?ds, ofC I"tA ING IMPLEM ENTS. I. WAL KEi :, H IG H STR EE.T, MANSF I:E'ELD., The veiry Best Lquors. of Eves y .Description, SGpo d Stab li ng. ML LB IJ RNE IOTSE, .. . . .... +c r S (Laste Coki and Loebel). T UMMER GOODS.' CAIIN bregs to inform the inha?bitonte of Mansfield and the district that hie has jus?t.ecoeived sa upply of SUPEIlIOR SUM?.MIER GOODS, embracing all tbh Noveltle ot the' Season, £300 ?worth of Splendid : Colonial Jewellory, . IN.B.-A...
THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 October 1872
PabliAodal orn Iiadays and Pridays. " TUESDAK, OOTOBER 1, 1872. 'IoT bmust be admitted tthat- no. tribunal can cummand publ~ respect- if any of the members of it are opouly Saqqus.d of breaking the law themselves. The proceedings. that took place at the last -Benalqa, Land Board, whicU' was hold on thu 27th ultimao, must be fresh in the minda of all who were. present. The Board consisted of Mr. BuTr.EB, P.M., Mr. J. 'A. bhow%, President of the Oxley Shire, Mr. SnIurn, President of the.Benalla Shire, and Mr. Krxox, the Distriot Surveyor. When Slis CAERINEsacE LTra made, through her solicitor, Mr. M'DcecELL, application for land, M?. Nixon expressed himself in a-masnsnr that Mr. M'Do~xn LL considered suggested that :his client was a dummy. This induced Miss vtYi's legal adviser to insinuate that. Mr. N?Nxo himself at one time had been a'dummy. It is worthy of remark that there was not that unanimity of opinion in the board that it is desirable should exist. Upon the iquestion of the s...
MR. SIMSON'S BLOOD STOCK AT MARANGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 October 1872
Mr. SIMSON'S. BLOOD. STOCK AT MARANGAN Most of our, readers are aware that Mr. Simson has removed his blood stock from Tatong, and that a great number. of them are now at Marangan Ou Satuaday last we had an opportunity of inspecting them, and they appeared to be in first-class condition. The well-known stallion Camden was in ex cellent fettle, andit is impossible to look at him without being struck with the muscular power the animal possesses. Regarding the brood mares, the first that we saw was an im ported bay mare called Azoma. Her sire was the celebrated Flying Dutchman.She was &nbsp; imported by the late Mr Moffat, and some months ago Mr Simson purchased her for 340 guineas. She has a foal at foot called Azalis the sire of which is Julius, a horse that won theCrierwitch stakes. The late &nbsp; Mr Moffat, when he purchased Azoma, also bought three other mares, which respectively belong to MessrsEvan Evans, W. Brown, &nbsp; and M. Bryant. They have all foa...
LAND COMMISSION AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 October 1872
LAND COMMISSION AT BENALLA. The local land board met at Benalla on Friday, 27th ult., present Mr Sharpe, Presi- dent of the Benalla Shire: Mr J, A. Brown, President of the Oxley Shire; Mr Butler, P.M, and Mr Nixon, District Surveyor. James Short was recommended 73 acres of land near Benalla, close to Mr Turnbull's wire fence. Michael Ryan was granted 307a 1r 3p, &nbsp; Mr Nixon said 15 acres of this land belonged to the applicant's father. Mr Ryan, sen., said improvements had been put on this 15 acres, but the floods had washed them away. He withdrew from all claim to the 15 acres. John Jordan was recommended 124a 2r 16p in the parish of Benalla. The application of M. M'Nally, for 146a, parish of Benalla, was recommended. &nbsp; James Godber's application for 146 acres, parish of Benalla, was recommended. Emma Guppy applied for 70a 1r 16p, parish of Benalla. The applicant had pre- viously applied for another piece of land, but this she now withdrew from, and her appl...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 1 October 1872
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH- EASTERN ENSIGN. &nbsp; Sir, — It is quite time that the animosity shown to the pastoral tenants and others by two members of the Local Land Board, Be- nalla, was prominently brought before the notice of their superiors and the public, so that equity and justice may be reinstated at those meetings, held presumably for that pur- pose. To facilitate this I will state, with &nbsp; your permission, some circumstances which occurred at the board meeting yesterday, which I think will prove to the satisfaction of any one disinterested that neither the District Surveyor nor the President of the Benalla shire have the necessary qualifications to ad- judicate impartially on any matters connected with the above interest. Under Land Act &nbsp; 1869, 110th clause, 600 acres was reserved to me on this station for my sheepwash improve- ments valued at over £600, and marked in red as reserved on the Government plans. Last year application was made ...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &C. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
POST OFFICE,: BENALLA. ARRIVAL Al. D~PARTURE O MAILS &c. Mails arrise From Melbourne, and post towns by way o,( Mlelbourne, daily (Iondays excepted), ao 9.16 rm. Intermediate post towns, vifo, ]3onnybrook Wallan Wallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, Seymour, Avenel, Longwood &c..(including the qorrespondeacg from asnsfield, NMorto, ANei andra, Jamieson &c.), at .15 p.m. Winton, \ovgarattin, and Boeechworth (in eluding letters f'or~' Grets. Tarrawinger, Oxley, F1 Dorado;'BIoklaud, Yackandandah, lYahgun pah. Rluithergleo, 0ihilern, Albury, 4e. whence no direct mails anre received), daily Suundays xcepted),at 5.30 p.m.- . . ? Mtajor Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan. dre, Cobram; and Yorra onga do, Fridays, at x:0.30 a.m. . Shepparton, Pine Lodge Station, Gowe;. aidie and Benalla do,, Mondays, at 7.30. p.r.. bMails ecloe. For Melbourne, and places vi& Melbo?.ne, Jlaily (Sundays excopted), at 5.10 p.m. Iuteimedlate post tpown,. viz., Violht Town Euron, ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
TO CORRESPONDENTS. N1o communication 2will finder any circum zsances be inserted unless authenticated by the rest name and aaddress of the writer, not neces arrilj for. publication, but as a guarantes of gJnd faith. We are not responsible for the opinioys ex prossgJbJycosrespondents. All' Communications relating, to the newspaper it is requested, will be addressed to the Editor. Private matters only must be addressed to the Proprietor, Mr. John Liston.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
TO ? IE E.DITOR : O f E, NORTH. ??STERAN E?SIO,. Sir,-The farce of the lochcal ' Ibi'od 'r has been again played ibefore the Benallapublie and, so far asl tho-speotators 'are coneerned this faree, llke -.lI o therse;r ppeareto im prove by rehearsal and repititioin but as to the persons against'whom the plot of tlhe farce is levelle1, I thinok'that every repitition ts thain a worse position. I don't hold that it is my duty absolutely to condemn or uphold any institution (public or otherwiso), but in the matter of'thes. Benalla Local Land Board I propose to put before your readers a few of the instances which occurred at the Board on Friday, the 27th ult., and I think the majority.of them will agree with me that it is quite time our land board was was re-c constituted. , . Aiond'bnbord was hold on Friday last, in the Courthouso,I B~ienalIa e0nsisting of the Pol- i Magistrate (olanirmnn), the District Su'rveyor,'anodliho Prosidents of the Senalla 'and Oly Slire. Couocill, .,A umfih of....
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
.THE. . ublsh,?, on leeadays apd Friday.. FRP DAY, OCTOBER 4, , 187. As far as inppenra?ces can be judged it would seem that tho Edulcation Bill is very likely toI passbtho Lower Housc. The opposition to the bill is offered both by the. Church of England. and the Roman Cutholic body, but the Mtiis try are induced by the Melborne Press to be lieve that the antagonistic feeling to the bill rises from the peculiar views of the clergy of ,arious denominations than from the bulk of the laymen of Victoria. We firmly believe. that the present Administration will perseverero n tlheir ottempt to carry the measure as purely a secular and compulsory one. Tho religious elemeint in education, which has been so much contended for, is not to be regarded. ?:-" The secularists care in fact very little about any. thing' like religious education. They say, leave it to the clergy. Well, we would ask, do the clergy attempt to teach religion in schools. It is stated that weo have 410 vested schools. In n...
WANGARATTA EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
WANGARATTA EXHIBITION. A meeting of tho Wanga'rata Exhibition CommiItoo-was heldnat the Town' Hall on 'Tuesday?last, iireosnt, the.Myayor(in tio chair); Messrs. 3. B. Docker, D.,1T., Evans, A. Tone, A. Wilson, 3.,. Btenhouso 'C. Ohandlor, ' G' spinln ýW-'Y? ?Dorioald, ; F'Ity loy;" and W. Bickerton. Tlio minutes of the lost meeting woere read aod confirmed. - , The Phairman'stateodho had spoken to Hr. Barnes in reforonco to taking photographs of various partsof the district but that.gentleman had stated thaft the £10"ovted for'the purpose was altogether too small, and he could: not undertake the task. A latter was road from Mr. E. H. Duna, stating lhe was unable to send his collection of minerals.: Mr. Wilson stated thait there lhiad been no system organised by'itheocommittee. for the proper carrying out of the affair. Mr. J. -B. Docker stated he had been through the Estcourt district and the only ar. ticles likely to be furnished from there would be some wines, brandies, and arrowr...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, September 3. (Before Mr. Butler.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
WAN.GARl..TrAh1'OLIloI COU'RT.. .Monday, Septemb-r 3 , S. (Beforeo r. Butler.) Jamnes Bainbridge was oharged with buing drunk pnd a;ssr.erly,'and waB dischargedl. Peter Martin was charged by the polico with selling liquor during unlawful linlmr in his licenced house. Arljurnoed till- 'uuday, when the case was dismiased. SJohn Donnelly v Joseylh B:rrow-Assault. Plinntiff deposed-On. Tiursdny Tevening wa:: walking down TempeItonstroJt. I [met pr:snnoer who hit me on the head with a brick anid knocked me down lio then s'ruck :nm seenral times with a stiak I gRyi him ino)?rovoeation. Onco heforo he took a knife to me and chreatened me. Thomas Amery: delposedl-1 aim n carpenter, living in Templeton streot, Waingnrattai.; I'-aw Harrow chasIng p;lainiff with a brick, .Donnelly. was dodging him round ri cart bii'tlarrow.canht him, kuocked hini down ' witli. a brick, and Jumped upon him IY boliev he .would have killed him if.li had iiot'bedi takenaway. ''he lIench remaikol Birroiw Hn 'not ac...
Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
1W ANOabIATT. o 0q\I11EI1cTAi R1CPORT1. October 2. Sont : per -..: 0 0E to £10 1 0 wvhe.t pey r.iihol .. 0&lt; 0 0 O" 0 Ooita l- 1 0 : 6 0 2 O Mri do' 0 0 0 0 1 0 tgo, per do 0 0 0 1 0 I tlALIA, Oc'o',er 3.4 Flour, pr t?n ... £14O I 0 to .1I0 0 0 IWbmetn, per bonboYe1 .,6. U;-0.00 0 0 0 Polla.L to ... 0 , 0,1 0 Btran, -do- .... 0 0 0 0 0 o pate, . do . 0 2 0 3.0
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
TO ADVERTISERS. Adlvertisoments cannot be withdrawn before hoe time expires for which they have been ordered. In cases whero 'tho number of inser tions is not spanified the advertisements will be inserted till countermanded, and charged ac cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously inserted unless a written order to stop theni is sent. . . . .. .+
Thursday, October 3. (Before Messrs Sharpe and Robertson.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
Thursday, October 3. (Before Messrs Sharpe and Roberleso.) James Quinn wascharged with assaulting with Lt.tent to do grevioua bodily harm to one William, Skelton on llth October, 1805. ... -. :. .;;i , Sergeant Whelan slated that the reason why Iho case had not been earlier was because after the assault Quinn dtsappcared, andSkolton, went .to England in 1868 and hoil tsice returnoed. William Skelten deposed-- am a labourer at ,at pretent residing in llenallo.: \Yas at theo Grta races on the lltl Oiober, 1805.. I hald i horse at that races which ran and'won u' s~add!e. ` In the evening a jumping meetch was mado .for a new bridle. I and thle prisorer were on the match for the lrldle with othersa I .won the bridle. I and a man named Fawkee put our horses In one "tall in a atablo belonging to the' puibliehouse at Greta, Some other ocrass were ut in thebo same' dtall. Went to removeo tlese' Ihoses. .John 'Quin6, the pprisoneer's brother. interfered, 'and demanded that theohorses should n...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Saturday, September 28. (Before Mr Butler, P.M., and M'Bean.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
]jENALLA,.PULLC ,COU W :.; Saturday, September 28;.'S i (Beforo Mr Sntler P.M.,ind nPBoean.) ln3PKereio, v Richard Oail-Mr. Pow forthe ccmplainont, end .hr NlDoannellfor defendant Adjourned until Tuesday next on piayment of 105 colis. This was an assaul cao.., Gri fth v l'Oauisland Lnmtrook-This was a summons for. beitag illogally on promises. A.iMr Poew for the doefendanb. , .. Tho complao ant stnted tliat.on neot:f the defendant using bad language id the hearing of. his children he warned him not to'. cross his paddock. ,. ." la Worshlp said he defendiant (a boy of out 12 years ofrge) should haire ie?n summonod for using bad languiago. Case dieiiieaed. rifiths v W. Md ginni-A Liummonsefr £15 damages for an assnulL. Mr AI1Doenell foi' the defendant.. ldeard Griffiths deposod-On'thle lth of't his month I had bees receiving some, money. 'at Mr loshins'. s. The dofeindant laid hold of ma'cat. side the hotel, saying " Comn m and'abshoioutd. you." ie .tore my.coat, throw meodown, andI w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
sHinEiD O'BJNALL . '[EFDERS ?illl he receleod at tihe ouncil I.?Obambero, I~Iridgeaitreet; Benalla, uip: to Ono p.m. on Wednesday, October 10, for Works on the Mansafio'd:road (one tender 8to be divided into two parts)--vi.,:, 1-For completing the work of the late 0on trartor'iaat his rlak,e, accriding to bthe S pecification tiider which ho"e worked: ' 2-Additional worksaon the same tiotrac' Plans and epecificatilons of the bove work may be seenat the Council Ohambepr during hie u sual olffice h bo u rs,:: c-"o ' . , c 'n. .a Acaehe ',drpt of noi c hoo m ocn oany The lowset or any teiderr willt not 'enecesorly be accepted, ' , Coe icl Cm ? bore, : necia, 3 .d Ocober, 1872 .. Shire E,, gineer . APPLIoATIONS for the Office of 8111RE1 ENGINIEEER will be roceivod up to .Non on Bat'irday, ihbie lth October prox. Ai ?Applicants to stato Salary requird. "Appli. eatiodn to be endorsed, and addressed to the' Pro sideut of the Shire, Coincil ' Chamberl, Oxley: By order of the Council, 0G oi. ...
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
- 3ENALLA SIHIRE COUNOIL. '.This body met on Wedneedayllnst; ore. sent, Mr G.' Shrpo (President, in tbo chair), adiid Crs Iloskin, Shortell, Olarke; and Ryan; `The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The following corrcspondence was received and dealt with : From eight ratepayers requesting the Council to put a culvert over the drain from the Kilferiaroad into tihe?ydnoy:.rond,;'i Re forred to the Engineer. t te ,? s From Joseph Cherry, Jun, asking'that he may be allowed to stop the traffli on Mair street;-otherwisoe he oild 'not'-omplete his contrnet-within the agreed time. Applica tion giranted, ?icrepting Iccnl-traelio. - : From iG. H. Herbert, nasking for an exten sion of a fortnight for.elearing and grubbing. Eaton's lane.. Granited:. -From. nmes Wilson, asking for an exten aicn of a month for completing' his -contract on the Sadiiin:irobaii ,. Griraited. From 'l'.' tawne, t6ooirmaker, asking for something to be done'to the footpathl oppo site?'his premises...