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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
IT ORI S T E A FTLO.tTR M.. : LLS, SWAN ARA'0 TA AND HMANSFIEPLD'"J, 'E .....;ORGE ES.HARP EPA EA:-.H M FLOUR MI L L BEN ALLA., HAS -FLOUB; BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS 'ON HAND. S. IEAT BJOUOII2 IN ANY QUANTTIEi. BENALLA _. HOTEL ____- 1! 11 McNALLY AND "T a0 R E ,E .? - Proprietor. A. ROBE RTSON. BENA LLA, L . Agent for Messrs T. ROBINSON and CO.' _ Pitie's Patent Double-furrow .Plouh:: Cultivators,,. Harrows,: Reaping arid Stripping Mlachines,. asd all other kinds of FARMING: IMPLEMENTS; I? . W A*L K:E Ri:, H' I G'Hm ST R EET, M'ANlS FIE ILD. 'The Overy Best Laquorsi of Eves Description, PToSH0 AN1 C LOLIAL ALEO. + 0 .:. • . . * Good Stab'"li ng. M12EL'B'OUiRN: E IIOUSEeh . :SUMMER G OO: S .: OAlrlN .btigs to inform the inhabitants of Mansfiel and the district that hoe hajut received " a suliply of SUPERIOR SUMMIERl 000B, embracing all the Novelties ot the Season, TOGETHE.R W1TO S 300: worth of Splendid Colonial 'Jewellory. N.B.-A First-class MILLINER "and DRESSMAKER has been engaged...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
[I tIMEr0BOURNIi PRODUCvs MARKPT. Messrs Noyes and Roid report for the weelc .enling September 25, 1872. " " W report sales of mill, farm, and dairy pro duce dqriang tho week past as unier: We hanyo to report an e'treinoly dull w6eek in h eoiisttis.. Flour meets-with ro sales except pIr sr1,ll trado parcels, and wheat is still more d fiirtol to tnmove ol. Sl'lntr-.lBet brandi inot silk.dressed, .£15 s to lj) 1i54 per ton. l' in-ls lo is l.6d pr'llushol.-ol. r t 4,lq per hblsitrl. : oi ird- Fine, Is `5 to l5 6.1; coarse, Is 3d \V. t--iort smnp'es Northern Os Gd ; other ! lll'c&lt;e from 4Is 0 1 upwardls. - S,, '.- Best seatples mtiling to 3s 61; gool, feor from 3. Id to 31 44 per busel. . Illaley-IEngllh mnitlinr, .6 3'1 to GOA 0. nlthrr armple Irom 4s per bushel upwardsl Capo, 3s1 ,1 to'4' 3. pr bl?l"hetl.1 * . s;ze--.3 2d to 3s 31 perhushdl. ple?--Grey 4s to .4.31i per btiliel. pe t,toes-W-\ arrirna ool, £3 5s to E3 12a 6d Ltncefield, £4 to £4 10s per ton. llutter-Frch, 8d ...
Tuesday, October 1. (Before Mr Butler, and the Mayor) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
Tuesday, October 1. (Before Mr Butler, and the Mayor) Margaret Sullivan v Patrick. Sullivan - This was a case of assault between husband and wife, the defendant being the landlord of the Court House Hotel, Murphy Street, Wangaratta. &nbsp; &nbsp; Plaintif fdeposed that her husband dragged her by tbe hair and strnck her on the head. There was a hole in her head that her husband made. Sho did not wish to press the charge. S.C. Cudden deposed -Two women came to him and said Mrs Sullivan was being murdered. Went over to defendants house. Mrs Sullivan was on the ground covered with blood and her husband standing over her. I pulled him off her. She had a bad wound in her head, and was covered with blood from head to foot. The house kept by prisoner is very disorderly and a nuisance to the neighbourhood. Sentenced to seven days in Beechworth Gaol. The Court then adjourned
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 October 1872
.1MPOJhDINGS. TROQWYMAWr3 FOREST"-Impoudd oat Beech, ý worth Shire ?ouod, 3rd adptesOt-lyohIco Foot to owne:. BQYOO pigs unbanmded 'To-be aold on od Optober. W AI f'r IIATTA-Impounded at~· \YaoO·'tta,, 3,d Septembeor Qroy boreso, colla vrked, rope round neck, DK loor ,hpuIder Fay brote, crown off cheek and shoulder Iced bull palr, star, \VA near ribs To ho sold on udOctober.. NEW BILLIARD SALOON, &nbsp; WANGARATTA. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; T. A. SMITH &nbsp; HAS much pleasure in informing his friends that he has leased Mr Spearing's New BILLIARD SALOONS where the patrons of the game can be, accommodated with, two, first-class tables, fitted with every convenience, and famed for their accuracy. Cigar Divan in connection with the above will be opened for the sale.f first quality.CIgars, Tobacco, Pipes, and Perfumery. Chess Tables provided. T. A. SMITH. &nbsp; &nbsp; W IIEELER and -WILSON';;. NEW I.l ,ROVED PATENT SIL.E...
FATAL JUMPING CASE AT CHARTES TOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
FATAL JUsiPINO A C.SE AT OFIAWRES TOWERS.:.. 'r r The gNoriheFrainer, 5thl Reptember, reports that on Tuesdiy,; the 3rd inst a jumping case Stookt place on the alluvial rush; which had a fatal termination.. A miner named Roger Schooln Scotchman; haddpegged'out?a cllim on the lead, and was at work oa it on the morning of that day. Another miner, by name Fredrickl Road, being of opinion: that School -had more than Ihis legal quantity of grout:d, oame o on to to the claim and told School's mate so, and pro ceeded to peg off a portion of it. An altercation ensued, anda fight was the consequence.. This lasted for some 15 minutes, SBhool receiving several severo falls, and one or two blows ono the regionoditho heort. When the, fight terminated, School complainel of great pain' and woakness, nd told hlis mate it was all up, with him, . le died 10 minutes after. Fredorik Roeed, the man who tried to jump the ground, is of middle age, and of averago stature. Beforo his death School lhook hand...
MEXICAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
,EXICAN: NI1.S A Brownsville (' P.site p. ial says tlat the 'in ails of. the MlexiCu, outrngea given. hef.r;' the Commission are seockin ., len aor' male poor in ina sin. le dy, by. dtiving off their he rds over the Rio Grands,. which is, -of daily occurrence. Men arel killedt for a doll,ar-tribute. .'1here is a reign of blod in the country, and tile people are armed. day and 'night. The Funoril of Juiarez, was an imposini le ado. ''The ou rpe was interred in the Pantheon. Lho streets and houses. were droped in mourning,. and thb procession bore ntmbooless emblems of grief. Fully, 70,000 spectators lined the streets through which it passed A Matamorae special says. that President Tajadht Ihas issnedla;proclama tion of gen ral tamnesty, anld?o?glling for a aonverition for the electIon of a President, 'l'ho evidence brforo the United States Com. mission implicates Crtion, of1' the Juarez Go. vrrnment, in r',bb rite on the Rio Grando. fHie became rich by robberies of' well stocked ranc...
FIVE WIVES AND ONLY TWENTY-TWO YEARS OLD. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
elFIVE WIVES AND ONLY TIENTY. TWO Yli&RS. OLD. A. Lowell (Ulas.) despatch say s:-" A gay Lothttrlo of a Mlormon outside tho circle of our, stints is beirig sought after by our police. David. f Dopp, a native of Pierpont, N 1I., 2? yeare old,, .of nobby appearancc, wea united In the matrimo nolp bonuds by the City Olerk, four weeks ago,, to a respectable young lady, with whom he had a short acquaintanoe, chiefly through his friends and attenditg, obhrch with her. lle was jealous of his love, and piersistent that-she should be his. wife. She consented, but soon.after htad cause to doubt his fide:oy. She remonstrated with him, and he humbly promised to do better Out,. hial, ahottly.afterwarJs the wife of four wecks caught him at a boarding house,,and in company with a youug lady, alleged :lso, to' he a wife, whom he lhats ?arried sine the formqr. Develop. oetnte show that he htas probably heen mrriled live times, one in Oanada, . Ills first wife.was. his niece, and some time s'...
CURIOUS LAND CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
CUiIOUS LAND CASE. At the Melbourne Lind Board recently, George, SBarrett asked the President of the Board of L?nd and Works to ro hear his case, which hal been. tried before tho local land board at Saymour on, the 10th of August. Bsrrett hold 64 acres op. posito theoAvonst racecourse, and near the rail. way, under the 19 h section of the Land Act,. 1809, and on the complai t of Samus COppio. oIud David Underwood that he was a dummy for G, Stuart, the local a board recommended that. Barrett's land ahon!d be forfeited. Slr G P. Smith, who appeared for Barrett, aske l for a ro. heariale of the case upon the grounds that hie. r client had syent £120 in improvements, that he was not properly made aware of the allegations. whicha he hand been called upon to answer at the losac board, and because te boar.l had refused to. receive letters bearing on the ease tendered by Barrett nas evidence. ,Mr Casey said that a letter had been receivedl from ,Mr Turner, manager of the Oommercial B snk, M...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
TO COaItRESPONDENTS. No communication will runder any. circum aiances be inserted unless authenticated by the real name and address of the twriter, not oeces arrily for publication, but as a guarantee of U?nd faith. e a?e ntot responsible for the opinions e. pressoo. by correspandents. "Gno?nLEn," " G. F.; . ?, received: Next 1'idoy. 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. Joha Liston.,
A CASE WORTH INVESTIGATING. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
A. CASE WORTlI INVESTIGATING. On Wednesday eMr Candler held ao inquelt at Whittlenes on the bJly of, miner nomed Putney M\alcolm Kirk, a ho hasd died in a ,Iray near th?t iplce. A pott-mortem erxainolation shonod that detth.had beet caused- by an bcos on the briine, and a verdict to that effect was returned, There are obter circumstances, however, allege I ta be in ousueceion with it which should be in.. quiredinto. It is said that the man was taken to the hospital at launsfield on the 19th ul., suffering from.paralysis of his left side, and that Ihe had been suffering for some days before beong taken there. lie was ionfued admittanoe to the hospital, andt.carried, backt to his own hut. A, subsaciption was then maleo by somi outalde Smaritas,.anod on the 27th ult. the man was placed in a dray for conveyance to alnelbourne. On asrival within two milia of Yhittleseo on the fourth day of Ihis transit Ie died, havint suffered greatly on the journey.-Daily 7e!egraph.
WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
WANGAR ATTA IHIOSPI'I'AL. The Committee of this institution met on Thursday last, October 3 Pres.ent-''he President (in the chair), Messrs A. Tone, J Johnson, A. Wilson, D..I. Evans, the Rev Archdeacon' Tucker, Rev Father' Egan, and Dr -Hutehinscn.,-. Thel.minutes of the previous meeting wcre read and confirmed. 0.E- tonspaP.NDENCEac _ From the hon secretary of the Castlomlne H-ospital, stating that the committee of their hospital had taken into consideration the necessity of.obtaining an additional grant in aid of the institutin. 'Their representative, -Mr W. A. Zeal, had already tabled a notice in the Legislative Assembly praying for an increased grant of £10,000 for country hospitals. They had themselves applied for an additionil1 grant of .£800, and presuming that other up country Obslpitals required a larger grant, they naskrd the. co-operation of the committee in endeavouring to secure a further grant in aid. Mr Tone moved, and Mr Wilson seconded, that this committee cordially...
THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
1'utisnedlon lceadays and lPridayu. TUESDAY, OCTOBERI 8, 1872. InM. Wi?xox has introduced a measure into the Legislative ?ssembly to altor a law with respect to juries. Thi great feature in it is doing away with the unanimity offjurymen in certain cases. There is no doubt that in days. lone by very great hardship and injustice has been inflicted upon individualsoby one or two obdurate jurymen refusing to agree to the de cision of the majority of their brethren, and thus preventing any decision being artived at. 1 In a civil suit, wheore a litigant has pehaps expeienced great diflicitlty in ob. 0 taining even the means of launching his case it amounts to a practical, deniql of justice alto 0 toghler if he is unable the first time to obtain i verdict. If he has oexhausted hlis means in 0 a suit which has proved barren the great pro. l bability is that he will not be able to go. any o further. But even supposing that both parties 0 to a dispute have the menus of, to use a somoe what be...
OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
a OXLEY SHIRE COUNCIL. This body ett ion Saturday, the 5th inst. d a Present--Mr Brown (president), and. aOs Byrne, Whitty, Gray, Milneo, O'Connell, Cozone, and Wilson. J g ''The minutes of the previous.meeting were Y read and confirmed. ' f COaRESPONDENCE. From Matthew Ilaywnld, asking for 13£0 on account of his contrnct for fencing in -the r I recreation reserve. Referred to Surveyor. From the Corio Shire Council, asking the t Council to co operate in having the Shird SStatute nmnuded so as to have land taxed d not for.what was actually onl it but in accor it dance witlh its producing capabilities. As a . nirculor referred to in the letter had not artp Srived, tlie matter was postponted until 'nost meeting. From Evans Bros, stating that at present to they could not give the cost of printing some j illuminated shire statistics. IReceived. at F eom thel ]nternatlonl Exhibition asking ly for an impression of thn orlpornto seal of-the to Council, and any local statistics that could +....
WANGARATTA EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
WANG U IA'I'TA EX IIBI'lTION. TWe hardly know if on. h':slin- can be termed correct, heena-o slrio ly spooking there was no regular exhltbition, but only a few ex' ibitt showo. By thie casting vo'e of Ihr Ilallett it was de'erminood to, abandon the idea originally enteraiiied of having a shotw Iof articles worthy of Wangaratta. Seeing I by. he lPangartta Star of the 4 h instant that the exhibits only consisted of a " dozen of colonial wine and a,me dirty linen," we at first thought it unnecesaary to visit such interesting productions. However, on the eveunin of the 5th we Fut in an appearance, and were glad to find that ainte thet ropresen ;i tive of the Vanyaratta "Str visited the euhibite the "dirty linen" must have been taloen to the nearest washerwolllan, because although no exhlibition t.ck place worthy of the borough, yet the exhibits were suchh as to dosetve a fair rotice. It is u-el as to waste tim~e in anythi, g like ajiremiad as to what might have breen tffeo:ed combhi.ed ...
Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
IV - NGAUA'1T T 0O0.\i.??Mlr;l, 1 ,.iI 11CPO0RT. Octoher 5. lo-r,pCr o £1 0 0 to £10 10 h- etrL, per Ilhel 0 0' 0 0 0' ,; do . 0 0 0 0o 1 I Pll..od, do ... .1 3 0.10 llutcer,p.r II ... 0 00 - 0 1 0 Eg;s, por diz a .. 0 0 0 0 1 0 IINALLA., October 7. F'loiurper tI ... £1i 10 O o £16 0 0 tIV .h,I per hull.l (). 0 0- 0 0 0 P)llar.l do ... 0 0 0 0 1 0 lBrnlt, do ... 6 0 0 0 0 0 U.Oto, do . O2 0. 0 8 0
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
TO ADVERTISERS.. Advertisements cannot be withdrawnbefore the time expires for ,which they have been, unlered.- In cases where the number of inser tions is not speeitied the advertismnets will be inserted till countermanded, and charged ac cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously inserted unless.a written order to stop them is sent.,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
SATURDAY, 12?T OCTOBER. AT WANGOARATTA. ESTATE OF TIIE LATE 25tl m-.. a molame. .l1EE?-a- i,. Important Sale of valuable 'Town and Suburban Properties, in nod near tlhe rising and important townrhip of Wntngaratta, ' comprising The Bull's Head Hotel and Butcher's Shop, In bluiplhy-stree- ;Commodicui and well-built; Brick -lotel and Four Cottages In Templeton-strott ; Dew' Drop Inn, Stables, &c., 'fo,ethcr with 30 acres Valuable Agricultural Land (it 0 op); - Sixi and a half acres.Land At tl ejunction of the Mielbourno and Racecoursa toad; Two Valuable Town Lots With frontoge' to Meldrum and Warby Streets; Eighty-acro Paddock, Adjoining the Property of AMr F. Ileach, Oxley * road. DRAUGHT AND SADDLE HORSES. To Capitalists, Investors, Speculators, IHotel keepes,. Tradesmen, anld Others. J. 1. GRAY & CO. clAVIY been favoured with instructions from Mesrse Sloan anlI Thomas (rru toes under lithe will of the late Mr John hall), to Sell by Auctioi, at tho Bull's Hled Hotel,...
UTAH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 8 October 1872
n. UTA 11. d. (FROM TfI?eNEW YOnE IHERALD) n Sult Lake, Utah, 3rd August.-A mass e meeting to-tnight to ratify the nominatlio of General M?aiwell, a Gentile nominee for Conaress, was interrupted by theu bIlemons, - urged on by the Mormon plice, who shouted, howled, flung epithets, vulgar and low, anod I stremptod in every way to break up the rmeeting. Their" conduct was disgraceful and intolerant. The Gentilos were greatly t incensed, and the feeling in general is very bitter on account of this outrage on Ameri can citizens. General bIuxwell was howle.d down by Brigham Young's people. Malxwell will receive a large vote. Casnon, his op pt onent, is a rolygamist. The Gentiles' meeting was linally brcken up by . the llormon police, who were the principle actors. It is conlsidetod tile greatest outrage yet perpetruted, and shows the Mormon animus in denying free speech. Tile Gentiles e are ready for a figlt. 4thl August:.--Th f disgraceful outrage of tlea Mormons last Snighlt in breakin...