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MARRIAGE V. DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 October 1872
" ?I IAR GE Y. DIVORCE. on p the c riosities 'of marriage law mon. t loniiodl Mby l3rownging'sn his recent work on the oubjeinti a pototennt 'placo must bie given to' au i otinOseCo of a marriage after banns being held ye;invalid beontile the true name of one, of the partles was ued'for. tho sake of deception. In ihis caso. a illegitimate girl, born csome little ,tiom before her. mothor's marriage, and always 'pasied' by. tho:mother's manrrieodname, thiough ihaving no legal.right to lb.TiT e banns of this girl were published in hor properiname, that ,which her mother, bore bofore ma~riag ; but she w as also: described as ;the daughter, not of her mother, but of her mother's brother. '' A t first sight it iniy appear urprising that the iuseof a personh' own name in thb lianis? can ievalidate a marriage, but it ision the same p-rinciple that forgery may be committed byi a man signing lis; .own name. Another remarkable case of a mar. rinago being dlrciAred iivalid o thait of a man who ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 October 1872
SO;TOTE EDITOR 01 THE NORTi-' EASTERN ENSIGN. Sir,-It was with' the greatest surprise I read in your report of the Council's proceed. ings of Wednesday, the 2nd inst., ain applioa. tion for an advance or loan of money to en' able a man to get to Melbourne by, coach Now, at first there is seemingly little in this to attract notice, but let us loik at the facts. Hero is a man-a journeyman saddle or har. no as makler-whose: wages, at the least, I should say would be i30s. per .week and his board, who, to ihb knowledge of mot 'of the ,counillors, has been in coustsnt employment sor threo;years and nine months with appa. rently no drain whatever upon his wages ap plying to tlhe Council for an advance"of moneyin .order to pay his `coach fare ,to .Melbourne ? Can you inform me if it is usual for the Cooueil, to lend money in this way, and what security they, require ? for I know several to whom an advance of cash would be of the greatest service, especially on such conditions as the undoub...
A HORRIBLE REVELATION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 October 1872
I A-HORRIBLE ICVE.LAT'ION. A littl? girl tnin years. of age, nlapted Mlorion lBaillc, doaulhter of a :miner, named Tl'homoas 'IQ:er J3ile. wasifoun I drow.,lel hby her father in a watberhule about '200 yards from his ltouie at Golden Gullr, on the 5th inst. An itq t wans held, on the body on Saturday, a?tn? t!e evidence showed that the futhr.';f'the. girl seis nt work at the lied Lien; cldin; that the.rntother was, of nnsound mind,.and that on' Friday last, the. deceased and her brother, 11 years of ago, weale seen playing, abtut :thoe -houeo,- which was out in the.tbgi. 3 be.girl wasa observed going off by herself, and the same evening she did not return. Hler fatiter, on -orping from work, went itt search followed by some neighbours; but without r salt until the following morning, when the'& father `dis covered the body in a waterhole 200 yards from the house. Dr O'Donnell gave evidenice tiat he had examined the body, and found that the ohild had b-en violated within a per...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 11 October 1872
M ELBOURNE ,PRODUOPI -t ARKF. . s... .csm _Noyes and ReIuid gepuo nor the, week *." eoding Oplober 2, 1872..- - }e.' The market during the lnst week'has been' characterised by tbl, sarnm dulheesgat at has iuled forseole woekq. led freport sen gB o. mll, farm, and dairy pro. ..ducs danriec tOAe 80k Ii°Oat as.B tier : Flour-Beer t rn ak-dressed, £ s to t15 per ton in trade panrels. Brane-eleBl to as ad per.l;uel rollard-Fine, Is e to 0le li coarse, Iss'2 to Is 3d per bushel. Whet-Best oa ples,q6to 681.; ottersamples from 49 6d opwtdrs. Oaths--Best smrliee milling, 3s 41 to 3s 7d' good feed from 3S Id to 3a 3Sd per rbuhel, B1terl-eyEnglishl malting, Cs 6d to 6s 6d other sample. rotsd 4sto 4s Or ape, 3s 91 to 4e 3d per bushel. ' "laize-3s 21 to 3s 3d per luehel. pea?-Gtrey, 3s B1 to'4. blue, 3e 4p;llo. 3rsd •per Ishel. Potat. ese - Wnrnamhool, £4 to £4. 7s 6 ; Lyoefel't (eat ted es?l), £4 lbs to E£4 16s; nblock soil, £4to ee4 ? per ton l. " * Buter--Frrh, 8d to 10d per It; potter,'l], t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 October 1872
flI.Ei . ktCJ.hAna>.m-to.U. 2.1D,, M.R.C.S. Eng., Has Commenced the PRACTICE OF HIS PROFESSION IN BE N A'L rA'r, And may be consulted at hie residence, Opposite Meclianics' Institute. .NEW : Butchering Establishment. MICHAEL CUSACK IIAS OPENED .his new Butchering. Ectab. lishmtnt in Templeton-street,. Wangaratta: MEAT..O::PRIME QUALITY " S P'iase .lo?nmAre. NEW BILLIARD SALOON, WA N G A t AT T A... J|AS much pleasure in informing. his friends • that he has Irleed Alr `pearing's New EILLIAiRD SALOON, whire the patrons of the game can be eccommo-eated with two firtc.elase thblee, filed with every conveuience, and famed for their eccuracy.. Oigar Divan it, connectiin with the above will he opened for the sale of first quality Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, and Perfumery. Ohess Tables i,:ovidid. T. A. SM1TIT. tLhtithl¢ anud \Il.S*)N' ; NEW LIi. PROVEV PATENT SIIENT Y'OtRKING SEWING MACHINES At Greatlytyieduced Prices. Oultion-The great seccesr of the Wheeler and Wileon's motchino has produc...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &C. Mails arrive. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 October 1872
POST OFFICEOB, BENALLA. ARRIVAL Al?, D'rPAETURE OF MAILeS &C' M failsa arrive 1From Melborno, and poet towns by way of Melbourne, dally (bloidays excepted,, a 90.15 pm. Intermediate epost towns; ris., Donnyhrock' Wallan'Wallan, Kilmore, Broadfoid, Tallarook, Seymour, Avenel, Longwood &o..(including the correspondence from Mansfield, Mlerton, Alex. andra, Jamieson &o.); at 9:15 p.m. Wintton, Wangarattn, and Beechworth (in cluding letters from Greta. Tarrawinger, Oxley, El Dorado, Bucklaod, Yackandandah, Wabgun yabh. Rutherglen, Chiltern, Albury, &e., whence no direct malls are received), daily (Sundays exeepted), at 5.30 p.m. ..... Major Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan drs, Cobram, and Ysrrawonga do,. Fridays, at 10.30 a.m. . . Shopparto, 'Pine Lodge Station, Gowen gasdle and Benalla do, Mondays, at 7.30 p.m. lMails close For Melbourne, and places vie. Melbourne, daily (SundaOys excepted), at .5.15 p.m. I.lcrteedlto post townos, viz., Violet' Town ]...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 October 1872
TO -ADVERTISERS. ýkdvertisemonts cannot be. withdrawn befoYre tho time expires for which they have been. ordered.: In cases whore-the number of-inser tions is not ponified thb advertisements willbeo inserted tillt"countermande"d,?and charged ac, cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously;insoerted.unless a written order to atop them is sent.'.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 October 1872
TODCORRESPONDENTS NYo, conmunication .-oill undir anyl oro?m arfnces be insarted unless authenticated by .the Sreal name and address of tlhahoriter, no? neces aorily?for..plblication,. but as.a -guarantee of 'qoad fait.. -I arZ? -noa reponible for tih opinions e?.. pressed by correspondents.: All Communidations relating. to thn newspaper it is requested will be addressed to the Editor. Private matters only, mustr.be addressed .to. the Proprietor,. Mr.. ohn Liston.
WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. October 28. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 October 1872
VAOTGARATTA OO MERCtAL REPORT: October 2B: Flbor, per.ton, .... '186.. 0 O to.EI8.10 0 Wheat, per bushelb,.:. ; o :o2. t. o,. 0 0 Oath, do 2. " 6 9 1Jroo,.; ' : do-, 0'.0 " :0 . 0 1: 0 piollard,: ·do' 0 1.' 3:. 0' 1 6 Thitor,.per Ib- 0 0" 0" 0 1 6 Ygl e; per doioe., 0: 00:. 0 0., 0
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 October 1872
:IMPOUNDINGS. BENALLA-Impounded at. Benallao, 20th September Strawberry cow, bar: (perpendicular) in circle near ribs, B near rump, three legs of man off back . To be sold o ':30th Ooetober, ?ENALLLA- Impounded at' Benalla, 15th October. Damages Is per head Grey gelding, blind off eye, collar marked, scar off thighb and lame, ~ over . near shoulder Bay mare, star, IP near shoulder Dark brown or black mare, running star and snip, off fore and near hind pastern white, bell on, SW near shoulder, HAT' off shoulder Blaek gelding, star, like S or.p over II near On 15th October-Trespass3d per head Bay mare, black points, collar marked, Y near shoulder, large W over. ' off shoulder Black cob mare, saddle 'marked, OE near shoul. der Bay harness mare, blaze, black points, white :spotseoff back, like E near shoulder Bay gelding, star, black points, collar marked, 1H over 0 near shoulder, JV off shouldeeo,B2 olff neck. Bay gelding running star, black points, spots on back, like OM1 or OW conjoi...
BENALLA TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 October 1872
BENALLA TURF'-OULUB - A meeting of the members of this Club was held on Saturday last at the. Royal Hotel, Benalla, Mr. R Hoskin in the chair, and p.resent , Messrs. M Bean, M'Doninelly M'Gillioaddy, M'Grath, M'Killar,"Wiitts, Hayes, and Craven.. . The hon. secretary, Mr. HIayea, Rtataed:tha receipts for 1872 had been £262 5.. 0d., "and the expenses £21;.17as;2d;, leavingo balance of £46 8e. 6d. This thoe ad(iore recom . mended should be carried to the fundl for the racing for 1878. The Chairman explained that this amnount being devoted to pay for fencing the coureo would leave an actual balaneoo of £8 10s. In favour of the club. Mr M'Gillieuddy said that persons who had subsoribed had rather done so towards racing than to pay for fencing. Personally he did not mind to what fund this balance was put. - . - The Chairman said the racecourse was let, and six months rent was due. .:It was let for £26 a year. Mr M1'Bean moved that tle money duo in respect of the course be' takeoiiout of ...
WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 October 1872
WANGABATTA BOROUUGH COUNCIL. ! rA-?.meetin gof thie -Council. was held-on w I ,Wednesday;;.when there were present tie !Mayor"and 'iOB; Thomas, Boyd, Dbnphy* T'one, JonnstonpiWilson, and Dixon.: The minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirined, after which the following correspondence was dealt with : '.From tile Shire df Vaughana-askingto be a furnished .wfth'i"e asnmont- of' rate, numboer of ratepayers, and the salaries of the officers of the council.. a To beTfurnished by the Town Clerk..' 'FroeeMr W. Bickoiton ;'pplyilig foi"per mission to place a box drain under the foot? -path from his promises to the bhannol in DFuiphy.street. Granted. - From Mr P;'Hnnna, M.L.A.. stating-that he would with pleasure support any plan for obtaining a 'water `supply for., Winearatt. He was of opinion that the Borough iounoil 1 could make more easy terms with tte" Elgi neer-in-Chief of Railways, as. h.? wold want a watersupplyfor ibthe locomotive e inginc'at the rail?y sttin.t ""'tHocw...
THE TICHBORNE BARONETOY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 October 1872
THE TICHBORNE" BARONETOY., With respect to the. alleged 'discovery of:" one of the Bella'e crew, the followingdeclara-. tion has been made to: lr GuildfordýOnslow,. M-.P., and the Claimant :-" I, Morgan Har ris, of Gower Court, Parka.s'reet, Swansea? do solemnly, and sincerely declate that I am. 68 years of age, and have lived all my life at Swvansea, I have had 20 childresh, of whom . 11 are now living,;of whom blargan is the., eldest, and will be 42 years old on December 22 next. He is a sailor, and has been to, sea ever since he was 16.years of age. He : has told nie, Ibathet was in the, Bella some' time in 1854, and also that he' was wrrecked in that ship,. nd.that having been picked up . at sea he was landed at Australia. He also.. told me the name of the ship that had picked him up, and I th!uk the name was the Os prey.. He first told me of this after his re turn to England, after being absent about 10 or 12 years, and lthise was about 18006. The way Ihe mentioned it was that ...
DREADFUL MURDER AT ISLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 October 1872
DREADFUL MURDER AT ISLINGTON, On August ILthere was much exoltementi in Islington, in consequence of the discovery of the ,muitder 'of a.little girl. A: woman. nhamed Venabile-widow of a diimond cotter,,. cohabited with a cabman named Chatterton;. itheo woman Venables had two 'children, one of..whom.was out-as nurse,.while the othler (the deceased, a nice liitle girl about' three years and a.half old, lived with her mother. The man Chatterton also had a girl 'ab6dtb seven and: ahalf years old. For a long time. past Chatterton'had taken: a tdielike to the.. little girl Eliza Venables, and use to best sad ill-use her dreadfully. .The mother nattirally tried tosacreen her r from Chatterton's .io lence, and is ooosequenco was herself dread. fully ill used:on thalit mrning WoVen;migh . drew' on both children, were put in-sobed. la the second.floor front room, but during th. night tiie accused shifted the child Ohatter. ton inio herobed, covering its face over with the bed-clothes, both b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 October 1872
a,2?: e;? t;Gr- e puice for W EIIFAT, Cend Lavae' IttR, ARAN,. and POLLRD .fo"r Palo. ja'rl r B EN'A LL'A, ;`. HI:IAS FLOUR, ;BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON RHAND. TWHEAT BOUGE2 I:L ANY QUANTITIES,' T 0 R E r Proprietbr. B E-N A I L A, ,Agent fir M.esr T. ROBINSON and CO.'S Pi'ie's: Patent Double-furroiY Plough. Cultivators, Hair'rows, Reaping and Stripping Nrfachines, andi all other kinds of ,FARIING ]MPiLLMLINTD. HIGH STREET, MANSFIELD. ,The very Best, Litquors of Evei y Description, . ITDLHI AN ©C©OLiOAlL IAdLUE& Good Stablitng. SMELBOURiNE HOUSE. : uu. cO . . A . E 1W (Late Cahn dnd Loebel). SUMMER..- GOODS. B OA1i N beors to inform he inhbilants of Mansfeld and the district that he has jus h received B id g S'treet, Benalla. STATIANRS ANID BOOKS PTL LBWOURNDE £R ES With carriage added. POCKET BOOKS, PLAIN AND FANC Y, DAY BOOKS, LEDGERS 2 ANDS - - .: - ,INUTE BOOKS. Bla nk Acceptance Forms, and Pass Books:;. A new .Assortment of BUIWER'S and other Novels, at Melbourne Price...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 October 1872
hlELBOUTNE uPRODUOu A a -m s . dresrt Nbyes and' Reid" report" for the week .. ,s linng.Ootobsr 233 1872", Since our:- report of sutwek.the market in brendetuf?ehatsooealderably:improved.. - We report"salesl of mill; farm, and.datry.pro ditrmtliiu week as'uoder:-i." "Plour-- Best brands fioe, silk.dresaedi. £16 ton,£0;6'l10; for bakers' parcels £17.per'ton, " ,1.an-les4" to eIs d perkasbel. S ollard-Ftne,.Is t doto.ls 7d ;g.oarse, la-3d io is 4d per bushel; \\'heat-Best samples Northern, 7s 63 to 7w 9d; * -eat Adolaude, GO Sit io 7i Id; hew Zealaud, 6s. Di to 7d ;-other samples from 6. per.bushel- p atnts--Best sample milliog, 3sa?d-to 3s,7d; fee I13 to 3s'4d per baushet,.. barley -.,Eglish. malting, . 6s, to 6o. 61; O ape, 3s to 3.ld; othoPr Implesr, s44d to 6s per bushoe '. bua:1e--3 2'lto 3r3d:perbbushela P'as-3d 4d to 4e!per bushel . stye-40.to 4s 31 per bushel. an Pjateteoeo-IdeI red. iol Leacefled and Bat. .lr.,t, £5.12xe d to £6 1Ss. per too, with every I.rrepetwolf arueis; W...
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 29 October 1872
THEE Publshal on heada.s and Fridays.. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29; 1872: TRUE, the Church of England exists in name nsea Church, and is supported ,by the fact of ber-allianco in the old country with the State, Bpt beyond the great strength that this union itres her, .can she be said to-boein the real no, ceptation of.the torrm a Church ?: The notion, ci that tlie.term a certain church conveys ise a ' religionesorganisation of so many persons hiold ft ing-certain dogma, observing.certaiti forms-of w religious worohip, and ibeing controlled by a no certain discipline.. C"?n it bo. said that now. n for over 30 years-the Churoh'"of- Engluind has d proesenoted to the world the spectacle of a di- i vided body ?: Time -wos-when the uniformity. I of.doctrine, and "practice' ofatha. ohurch.voro c isting facts. But suddenlyl one D.·: PsEY I arose, and falling back upon what was perhaps I the written though disused lawof-tho churoh, r ho .and :his iflloweriacommenced advcating 1 the rcsamption of-pra...