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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

'TO COJtRESPONDENTS. NYo communication will under any' circum a-ances be inserted unless authenticated by the real name and address of. the writer, not neces sarily for publication, but as a guarantoee of cood faith.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

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MURDER AT GREENHILLS, NEAR BARNAWARTHA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

MURDER AT GREENHILLS, NEAR   BARNAWARTHA . .   What appears to have been a very bad case, of murder occurred on the North-eastern, Rail- way works, at Greenhills, near Barnawartha,   on Saturday evening. We give the particulars as they have reached us; but cannot vouch for   their accuracy. One of a party, of brickmakers, employed by the contractors for the third sec-   tion; who was generally known as " Lankey Jim," quarrelled with the cook, named Spier,   the latter being a big man of about 40 years of age, weighing some 14 stone. After many angry words, the two agreed to go outside and settle the quarrel with their fists. They went out, when suddenly Spier stabbed his op- poent in the neck from behind, and "Lanky Jim" fell, mortally wounded. Those present   attempted to secure the murderer; but, after knocking two of them down, he managed to escape into the bush. The facts were imme- diatel...

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THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 23 April 1872

I HE Published on 2ueadays and Fridays,. TUESDAY, AP1IL 23, 1872. "WnrC are the detailed plans of the railway bridge over the Broken River to be sent up? Who is responsible for this gross delay ? None pf tho work now being done at the bridge is of any conseqiuence, for the simple reason that it will not facilitato the opening for a single, day. TThat,thoro is culpable. neglect some where is beyond doubt, and wo again serio.usly' inquiro it yhoo door does it lie ? Is it that the ENGINEEROE I Cui:E. has not yet made up *his mind .whether the bridge i' to b o6n brick or stone piers, or on piles or eylinders? Nearly, if not quite, £2,000 was spent by two difforont parties i n sinking slafts o6n ei.ther bank for tho purposo of ascertaining the depths of the foundationto and yet ltho. bridge itself is as fhro.ff as ever. Now, this sort of thing won't do.' Theroe wil hayo to b.o qu awaken ing someowhlro. Only n little more than eight months havoe to elapse before ilesss. Stra.E, MICunAY, a...

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 24th April. (Before Mr Butler.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

WANGLARATTA POLIOE COURT. Wednesday, 24th April. (Before Mr Butler.) JoTeph Hayes, adrumkard, was discharged with a au-tion. Police with William Boyd, 'execution creditor, v. James Sloan, claimant-Interpleader summons to tesat the right to a horse, saddle, and bridle seized in the unit of Boyd v. Thompson. IErNorton for the execution -creditor;" Mr,Neotutt for the claimant. .. • - The Bench decided that the bill (from Thompson to Sloan) of snlo of the property in question was an abso lute bill of sale, and ordered the property to be restored to the claimant. Police with J. Delay, execution creditor, v.P. 0. Michell, claimant-Interpleader summons to test the claimant's right to goods seised in the suit of Delay v. Dyies. ws ou tl n onda. This moo wan adjourned until next-Mon

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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

Published.on laadays.asd Friddia, FRA..'q Y, A .zRIL. 26, s187,2 Tan s ii icmportant reform which will soon have tobo made,'and. as Parliament is bout to a?beble' i? will lie as. well to discuss it. ,?e "alludq' to:the,.present mode of appoint meeit of boards of-advice and the, inspectors under them I'as underst?ood t?O, t thp' Go; Sýernment policy is to cease payment of the: salaies of alt, the inppeqtorso i, thp 8,0thJune, and after that tanm to, charge tho same upon the sheep' owners. themselves,' at the same time preserving the power of appointment awl supoeri u iom We quite agree with the Govern m : ent anouncement thatt the ahpcp owners oiught to pj for cleansing their own sheep hµtt we are.glegrly of opilion, thpt thia should en title them to.have a voice in the mode ,to be adopted n hrugingr about tlhat very desirable -,, result. The treqtmentiwhichk sheep owners as a rule have experienced at the hands of sao. .-.cessive Governments has. been anythingj but ,decent, not to sa...

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THEREBY HANGS A TAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

THEREBY HANGS A .TAIL. Tableau I nsix and ffty Chinamen all in a row,, or a series of rows, letting down their tails at the word of command. This was a,tb exhilarating spectacle pre. sented before Judge Rogers, sitting on Saturday in his insolvency jurisdiction. There was a Chinese debtor summoned as a Chinese insolvent, and Kong Meng, the wealhby eolbourno morobhant and bank director, near half a score of Government and other interpreters, and a score or two of other Celestials were present to see' the game. His Honour bad to try the question of the debtor's indebtedness, and the validity of the asserted usage that Chinese traders have two names, a commer. clal one and a domestic one; but before going into 'these questions his Honour demanded that every Chinese tail should be let down. So, from the fat. jowled bank director I the common John, down went tho tails. Mr M'Dermott feebly interposed on behalf of a policy of nobnunravelling; by saying that the Supreme Court did not insist...

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OUR NATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

OUR NATIO AL, CHARACTERISTICS. [coxxuxcruna.]. A procession seven miles long;'four.mjllipgnyof; spec. tators; triumphal arches costing thousands, and other decorations toens of thousands; a second seorey letfar the day for £50, and a vacant plot for £400. ý These are among the items of home news by. the last mail; and all.this expenditure of, time and money, ?this ces. sation of all political and mercantile life-thip, banding together f all sorts and conditions of men-for what end "To witness the solemn procession" of our" Queen and Peers to St. Paul's to offer her thanks publicly, and in the presence of all-the congregation, to, Almighty God for the restoration to health of her eldest son, the Heir-Apparent to'the greatestiempire of thes world. The spectacle is grand and instructive. Grander and even more instructive was that other spectacle that.pre. ceded it. Anation in tears and conasternation, breath. lessly awaiting the latest .bulletin officially, proclaimed, hnally daring to...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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A NOVEL IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

A -NOVEL IDEA. In a West Highland paper we have lighted on a new method of accumulating a fortune. We are told that a gentleman in Scotland has trained a couple of mice, and invented machinery for enabling them to spin cotton yarn. 'The work is doneio on the treadmill principle. It is so constructed that the common house.mniouse is able to make atonement, to' eoiety 'for past offences, by twisting and reeling from 100 to 120 threads per day. To complete this, the little pedestrian has to run ten and a half miles. This journey it performs everyday with ease. An ordinary mouse weighs only half an ounce. A halfpenny.worthl of oatmeal, at Is 3d lper peck, 'serves one of these treadmill culprits for the long period of five weeks. .In that time it .makes 110 threads per day, bringing an average of 3,850.threads of 25in., which is nearly nine lengths of the reel. At this rate a mouse' earns Od. every five weeks, which is one farthing per day, or 7s Gd per annum. Take 6d off for board, and ...

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WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUICIL.! The fortnightly meeting of the Wangaratta Borough louncil was held last Wednesday evening, at the Con. :i Chambers, Wangaratta. There were present, the tfayor, in the chair, and COr Wilson, Spearing, Johnb. .ton, Murdoch, Tone, Diion, and Swan.. J The minutes of the preiveos meeting were read and nofirmed. The following among other cereponldenco weas read and disposed of:-, From the insptctor of noightin'nd mcas?res request ing that a manager might be appointed in the place of Cr Michell. On the motion of Cr Swan, seconded by Or Murdoch, the matter was ordered to stand over until after the present borough election;'e Vrom the Central Board of 'Health, calling attention to the proper mode of erecting rooms for publio build. ings. On the motion of Cr Swan, seconded by the Mayor, it was resolved that the recommendation be adopted, both with regard to buildings already in existence, and to those to be erected. The rate collector's report was read, and it sta...

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Thursday, 25th April. (Before Mr Butler and the Mayor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

Thursday, 25thApritL (Before Mr Butler and the Mayor.) ' George Moore and Michael O?cnek, on bail, charged ,with burglary and robbery from the hotel of Joseph Thomas Day. Mr Norton appeared for thu defendants. The charge was obviously a trumpery one, and the evidence of Mrs Day, also of William Moore and Felix Bead, Rho were called for the 'prosecution, completely ?ailll to preve the case.. ?As-'egarde the'defeadant' Cousack,it was clearly proved that he 'was not in the houseo at all. The prosecutor, Mr Day, was drunk at the time, and was also too drunk yesterday morning to give evidence in court. The defendants wore discharged. Thomas Broadsetreet, charged with allowing his chimney to take fire, pleaded guilty, and was fined l1 and 2o 6d costs. James Carroll was charged with allowing his children to damage the property o Mrs Granby. The Police Magistrate slaid that that was no offence in the Statute Book. The defendant wasn discharged with a caution to look after his children.. An ...

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MELBOURNE. April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

oZIELIBOURNnE. (PRnox on Ot w CORROSneDoENT.) April 24. The mail delivery, nowthat that the railway is opened to Seymour, is extremely inconvenioent. Although the train arrives at 9 a.m., letters are not delivered until long after 12 o'clock, sometimes indeed nearly 2 in the afternoon, thus making reply by return of post almost impossible. It would bo,well if some change could be made, and it is evident that this oan only be done by making the postal delivery of the North-eastern mail an independent one and commencing as soon as possible after arrival. The trains to Seymour .ar wonderfully well filled, and it sounds strange to our cars to hear the porters saying " Take your seats foa liilmare and Seymour." The old midday lounge at the Albion is. naw shorn of half its glories, as the place which so long knew the Bieechworth coach, now knows it no more. A great many inquiries are made as to when, the second section of the North.eastern Railway, will be finished and ready for traffic. ...

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Commercial. WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. April 25. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

"AN0ARATTA COOMBER3I'AL REPORT., " April 225. Flo' r ton , ... 0 0 0 to £13 0 0 Whetper buol ... 04 0 0 6 0 ()Ate do ... 0,' :0 , 0 2 -7 r . 'do ... 0 0 0. 0 9 0, :do -.o 0 0 0 0 1 0 b ptterper lb . 0 0 0 0 1 0 PJer dooze '- ' a 0 0 0 0 1 01 * * BEALL, April 25. lour, par ti . -.,jj: . o o to £1l 10 0 Poll1r 0 do ...0k0 O . 0 -190

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ALBURY STOCK REPORT. Albury, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

`ALBURY STUOCl RE0P1AT.. Albwry, April 20. Messrs Moore aad' Walles report: Fat Oattle-Numberfit for market but limited, and no chance of any coming forward ; we there fore feel disposed to believe that the present prices for fat cattle will continue. The continued drought, however, makes travelling stock to market a matter of some risk, and requires : Thorough knowledce of the road. We quote bullocks at from £5 los to.£? o1s, but they must be of good quality. Our sales have been-150 'head of bullocks for MS James Rudd, of Wag; roberembee, to Messrs Bugg' and Maidmen, of Victoria ; also 59 cows, on account of same owner, to Mr Rugg. We quote' cows to I5 5s. We hav· onor two lots of fat cattle waiting tui 's"seotion, useful in quality, and at a reasonable figure. We should therefore be 'glad.' to hear roin intending pprchoaers, as they are not likely to be long on hand. Fat Sheep-Sheep of good qu'ality can be easily disposed of, and are, likely to' continue firm, although present ide...

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MANSFIELD PRODUCE CIRCULAR. April 25. MR. E. MOOREY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

fiANSFIEL) 'PILODUOU0 O:ROULAU a :r ...;:. . _ s, ,..,. April l35 . NAl. E MooiurrBRuPoRT. ', Flour;pr ton.E. t' 0 0 0 to'S13 O\0 4;h+ff6do 0 ' 0 3 0'0 .Wheat, pet;bumhe 1 0; w0 0 ":"= 0 :00 .Nate;"s'iý:'.o ... '.` 9 g .0_-1··- 0 2 't8 Eaonnerlb ;`. 00 . 0 1a9 ilutter (Fresh) per 1b .:.'b 0 6'..: 0 pggspa'er 'dozen .. 0,0 '.8 1. 0

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THE MOUNT GAMBIER CHILD MURDER [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

THE MOUNT GAMBIER CHILD MURDER. At the Mount Gambier Circuit Court, on Wednesday, 17th inst., Christina M'Gillvray was charged with the murder of her illegitimate child on the 10th January. Johann ichinokel said prisoner entered his service on the 24th October, 1871. She was keeping company with James Callaghan. The witness repeated the cvi. dence he gave at the inquest, describing the circum. stances which led him to suspect that the prisoner had been delivered of a child, and the. subsequent finding of the bodyof the child in a detached skillion, concealed under a pillow. James Callaghan deposed to having seen the prisoner in the kitchen of Mr Schinckel's house on the night of the 9th January. She had previously ndm'ited;her pregnancy to him, and they were engaged to be married. Remained in the kitchen about two hours, and then went with prisoner to the barn. She. was very ill, and said she was afraid she was about to, be confined. Stayed till daylighbtand then left her. Witness w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

iMPOUNDINGS.l4i !w t T XAN DRA; Impoundedlst Aloandra. I Bay maro, collar marked, shod, 10 nearelhoulder . To be sold on let Miay. ) ... - -- ----- --------·';i' ATixagit fiD lipoudodiati Alexaondra proworin'iae, blaze; "I near 'shouldor sTo be sold on 8th May. o: - SENALLA-Im.pounded at Benoalla, .28b . '.. March-Trespas 3d sch .Grey mario;.' ovor JJ oear shoulder Boy maro, like 8 over-AO near shoulder;' blotch 'ott shoulder i On 30th, March-Trespass 3d Brown malo, - -over 1 noear. houlder, fnReal thigh - '11.. ho sold on slot May., SNALaA Ii polindedat Bioall, 4ditf"Airil -rbir ps mare;stor, black'points, J oner shouldor+ lik'. ,taar'thiigh; off shounlder Black gjdiag, star, near hiod coronet white, like M lWtoffoshulder :. . ~I U'BtCJISONI- Impoundod at M?iurchison, Li•igh.roau more, stor, shod fore feet, JO noea 'holder . .To' be.sold on 15th )a!y. )o lIANi FOREST-Imponoded at Beoch. .. _-worth Stiire.Pound, 30th March.'. :. rBi,,llo poley steer; whito about tho belly and Ifl uk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

List of Applications TO B0 CONSIDnOED AT BEINALLA LOCAL'. LAND BOARD o0 SATURDAY, APRIL 27Tr, ;1872: . At Eleven o'ol~ck c ,m. Area!.. Name ' •Parish Allot. .: Anne T.Frase, North of .* ... 320 0 0 Shepparton/ Wm, Fraser, North of, /. "" "3200 0-c jun. Shopporton Patrick Toohey Warre ns 8 ... 12 2 14 bayne THOS, NIXON, Distriot Surveyor. District Survey Office, Benalla, April 24, 1872., SHIRE OF BENALLA. TENDERS will be received up to Two p.m. on Sednesday, the let May, at the Council Chambors, Bridge.street, Benalla, for the follow ing works, vri.:-? 1-Supplying and Spreading.1,000 yards'of r gravel on the Shepparton-road. '2-Supplying and Spreading 3000 yard? of Shingle on the Shepparton-ioad. Plans and specifications, may.- be seen at the Council Chambers during the usual office hours. The lowest or any :.tender not' necessrily accepted. - By order of the Council, F. BI'DONNELL, Secretary. Council Chambers, Benallo, April 18, 1872. . PHOTOGRAPHY. MIR. THOS. J. J. WYATT'S 1* t' KW...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

MEL BOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Meure Noyes and Reid report for the week endiog April 24; 1872. . Flo? -Beet brands, file sllk.dreased; for large parcels, £14 10s to £15,; for trade parcels, £15 s to £15.10oI per too. : Bran-la Id to Is 2d per bushel. FPollard--ls 3.1 to Is 4d (6ne); Is to I1s2d (coarse),per Lushel. Wheat-Good samples very scarce, from 6s 6d to 6s 9d ;-ordinary, 5 Ed to 6O per bushel.' Oatse-est samples, 3s to 3as 3d; o. rdinary; 2s 6d to 2e 10d per bushel. Barley--Eglleh malting, very scarce, from es Ed to 6a 9d for best samples.; ordinary do., ls 6d to es per bushel.; dq., Cape,' 3j to 3s 7d per bushel. Rye-3s to 3s 4d per. bushel. Pea (field)-2s 10d to 3i44 per bushel. ?Ilise--3i 54 to 3s 8d'per bushel. Rye Grass Seed-p-a ld to 6s per bushel. Potatoes-- eqt samples, £2 ISs to £3 per too. Butter-I?e? potted, 60 to 7"d ; second quality, 3d to 4jd per lb. Cheeic-Best Victorian, 5d to d ; second quality, 3d to 44 1 per lb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 26 April 1872

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