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POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

COST "OFFICE,. B E sALLA. anIVAL ANT DlPARTUREl OF MAILS &C, M" :. Maile' arrive ac Prom ,lolbouric, and post towns by way of MeolbpuiPO daily (Mondays oxceptedý, at 0.15 Intermediato post .towns, rvi., Donnybrook WallannWallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, SeynmourAveel, Loonwood &c. (including the corespondence from Mansfield, MorLon, Aiex. ndre, Jamiieson &c.), at 0.15 p.m. S iosit? ,'Wangarattn, and Boechworth (in eluding lettets from Greta; Tarrawinger, Oxley, El Dorado, Buclland, Yackandanddah, ahgun abh. Rutherglen, Ohiltein, Albury, &c., whence na direct mails are received), daily (Sindays pcijpted), at 5.30 p.m. lajoirPlains,:Yabba Yabba Station,; Katan. 5lre;, obiam; and Yorrawonga do, Frldays,'at 10.30 a.m. Shepparton, Pline Lodge Station, Gowen gardie and`Benall? do, Mondays, at 7.30 p.m. . .?.- Ma.:loils close . -For Melbou?e, ;nnd places vib Melbourne, daily (Sundays excepted); at 5.l5 p.m. Intermediate post towns, viz,, Violet Town Su...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

On Monday, the 4th inet, a case of suicide occurred at .Talhirook;, near ?Seymour,' the circumstances connoctedl with whih are 'in vested with'a considerable amount of mystery as regards the causes thltt led to the. perpo. tration of the rash act. Shortly after 4' o'clock Mr Robert Muirhend rose: from his. bed, dressed himself, and proceeoded out,. breakfast time approaching, he returned to. the premises, and, not finding his wife mov ing about the house, repaired to. the bed room, where he had left *her a short time ,previously, to ascertain the cause. To his horror he then discovered Mrs Muirhead lying in her bad with her throat out from oar to ear. The fact that a gash had been made to the depth of nearly 3 inches showed at once that a most determined seat of self. destruction' had been committed by his un fortunate wife. The jury, after mature con sideration, returned a verdict'"of feto de' sc. In such cases the law requires that a private funeral after sundown shall take place,...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EDUCATION OF WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

EDUCATION OF WOMEN. What do womonewant with, higher ednea. .tion ? They want it because the duties al. lotod to women by the' Creator require the highest mental and moral dioipline an oan ignorant and low.?iinded niothor injures society at its very root, in the family; they want it because, by causes beyond their, con trol, women'are more and more' driven to. their own exertions for support, and can have no chance in the labour market if to their' natural disadvantages be added the artificial one of want of traininn ; they want it beenuse we live in revolutionary times, when the oll beliefs, the old traditions which hedged round the lives of women, at lees', in a safe and guarded path, are called in ques tiod rn every review; newspaper, or novel, and women' can no longer walk like olildlren in leading strings, but in this trial of ali things must be'taught to discern, and hold. fast that which is good; they want it be cause in the flerco coinpetitiun of modern society the only leisu...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FLOGGING A CLERGYMAM. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

FLOGGING A OLERGYMAM. S. Louis, 7th July-Two days ago. a report reached here of the severo flogging of the Rev.'lThomas Ollaha, near Centrovillo, Reynold's county, Mo., oh the night of the 23rd, by a band of disguised men. Yester. day Callahan arrived here, and says that on the night of 23rd June, while he was watch his sick wife,. men with blackeried faces entered his house, dragged his wife 'from bed; plundored the Lhoese ?and bound and took: him. half a .mile away; and afetrr attemtptinogto walk liim tell who set fire to the courthouse, which had been twico burned,. gave him 75 lashes on the baro back with awitchee, and then ordered him to leave the country on penalty of death. IHe says there is a.. corrupt' courthouse 'ring in Reynolds country, "against whom l:e was strongly opposed, andtwho' were interested in the do struction of the county records to oover up their- frauds. United States Commissioner Eaton has -isuod warrants for the arrest of the perpetrators, and United Stat...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A TRAGEDY IN CORSICA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

A TRAGEDY -IN CORSICA: 'i Srerl nrkhlable tookt placo of the' OCrt of: Assizes at Basti, in ,Corsica, on thi 8th' Au~gset. A correspiiondotf o tho Paris Figaro gives the followinsg 0count of _tt-": - The accused in 'this case was a nmoidst intoreetlog' person Ino'pito of.her orimes, and of the 'over helotming charges brought against.her;. BSho .i.a young and exceodilgly pretty woman, allied to some of rthe beet familiesai ln tho' country;Jwell educated, of irreproachableo moralsi.known' to possess a dreamy and tender nature, and yet this scarcely moie than a girl ltilled her husband, in an access of jealcusy, with a' ferocity perfectly savage, .The affair oceurred some months ago. 'Very much of It' had boon forgotten. elsewhero,; but there; on thebspot, the excitement had been olive. Thoegentdarmerle,.eo naively describod by Albert Glatigny, had a difficulty in repressing the -inaesive curiosity; of .the outer multitulde;'the court could scarcely be kept clear for its rightful 'occu...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

TO ADVERTISERtS. Advertisoeqnnts cannot be, withdrawn beforeo thb timo.expires. for wvhich they ]have boon ordered. In cases wheore the number of insor tions is not specified the advertisomonte will be inserted till countermanded, and charged ac cordingly. Quarterly advortisomeonts will be esntinuouslo inserted unless a written order to stop them is sent.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers cannot discontinue the paper in bhe middle of a uarter:.' No notice will be taken of an order to discontinue unless all money due accompanies the order. Rtemittance may be"mnade in postage, ?'?mps, or by P.O. order.

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

TO. CORltESPONDENTS. No conmrnuncation woill folder,, oiroum stancea be inserted unless authe.ticate.d by, the real name and address of the. writr., not neces sarily for publication, but as, giarantee of good faiith. WPe. ar. not responsible for the opinions ex pressed b correspondents. " T. F."-No,roqm, thi.weok. .

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OPENING OF THE RECHABITE HALL BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

OPENINGOF THE0 I .R1CHABITES HALL BENALLA' - ;On Fiiday evenine iaet thie opoing of the above ball took place in ttle i hapj of a tea moetin, and concert. The 'weather,. whichb had been very dulli and threatening all day, and just at the appointed tiine'for tea-5 C o'cloek-it commenced raining,-and continued so all night; but, nothing daunting, some 200 or 300 persons put in an appearance to partake of the tea'?ad oteri"good thinge pro vided by the committee. Great credit is due to Mrs Turner for the manner in which she, assisted by Mrs H,. Gaaecoigno and Mrs F. A. Clark, presided over and brought to such; perfectioni the management of theitea. The .halli builtof brick, is 40ft long, 22ftwide, and 15ftliigh; and-when finished will be, a very handsome structure, and a great credit to the Rechabites of Benalla The building was very tastefullydecorateid with flowers and etergreeDn, together withthe different mottos ind'biankers of the Tent whlechmade a very pleasing improssion. As'soon...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

All Communications relating to the newspaper it is requested will be addrassed't t the Editor. ' Private matters only must be addressed to the Proprietor, Mr. John Liston. DE . CASTRO, CHEMIST; ANOARATTA-Impounded at 1Vaogaratta, Pith.Otobor Whito bull, dath..aolouroj oare, tip off oar, Al near ribs To be sold odnSbloh Norvmbor.

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Commercial. BENALLA, November 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

:iA.A UIkALLA. Noyember I. , 'J our, pirlon £14 I10 1to £5 Q 0' W", , per buoele'i .' 0. 5 9 ...0 0 oullnr" '.do ,0` .0 1 .3 1.nh10 do 0 0 0 0'1 0 0o 2.. 0 0 3 0

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. November 11. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

yANGAlRATTA 0E1MERCJlAL lICPORT. . November 11. Flour, per t3n .. £16 0 0 to £10 10 0 Whhoat, per uelshol ... 0 0 0 0 0 O0 Oate, do . 0 2 6 0 2 9 JBran, -:do; 0 0 0 1 0 P.ilard ' ,o ...d 0 1 3 0 1 6 thtter, per,? L ,t 0 00 ; 0 1 6 :ggs, pei d o o0o 1 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

IMlPOUNDINGS. BENALLA - Impoanded - at Benalla, 15,h October. Damages la per head Grey golding, blind off eye collar marked, scar off thigh, and lame, 0., over : near shoulder Bay mare, star, IP near shoulder Dark brown or black mare, running star and '?nip, off fore and near bind pastern white, bell on, SW near shoulder, IIAT off shoulder Black gelding, star, like S or £ over I near S'hduldo? On lth. O0tober-Trospass3d per head Bay ,mare, black pionts, collar marked, Y'near shoulder, large W over " off shoulder' Black cob mare, saddle marked, OE near shoul der Bay harness more, blaze, black points, white spots off back, like E near shoulder Bay gelding, star, black points, collar;marked, 11 over , near shoulder, JV off shouldeo, D2 off neck Bay gelding, ru'ning star, black points, spots on back, like OM or OW'conjoined near shoulder, O or G off shoulder ' Dark brown or. black gelding, running star and snip, two fore pasterns white, near hind log white, fore foot shod, like AP blotc...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

WOOL aIARKieT. ThoLondon anal Australian..Agency Corp-ra. tion LimiteoI report: Wool-The tenor of our advices by last Einglish mail is soatifactory, but the. importance of such advices is now consider.ehly diminisliod through the regulsr.'workirg of.the cable, by which we htve received sever li mos'ages. llbth private and public telegrams appear to indicate that there in confilteoco that good prioes will be maintained in the Lopldor market. The wools to haIsd tugur woll of the qou'lity and condition or the sea ou's clip.; Prices here and at. Geelong have been. high this season, superior clips oef _reaty havine sold at "15 I and smaller pancels up to 16 I per Ih. but duririg the last fottnight, prices hve toned down slightly, medium ond inferior clips participating most in in this decline. Crosroosl, of lqhich the quan. tity offered has.been very small, command great competition and continue to realize satisfsLtary prices. Scoured wools are qurted lower than the opoalog ratee.'l;nt f...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

WANGARATTA BOROUGH COUNCILU ,The ordinary fonrtnightly meeting of the above Council was held on Wodnesday even -ing last. TLhere were present-The Mayor, in'the chair, and Cre Dunphy, Thomas, Boyd, Wilson, Johnston, Mu\rphy, and Tone. T'lhe minutes of the last meeting were read and 'confiited. - From, the Lands Department, relative'to the reservation of a site for bat!ling purposes, stating that a piece of landhad Idhen reserved ftr:that purpose in January, 1870, and that tihe Governmtcnt had no intention of revolk ing the same. Secretary instructed to com munieato'witll the. department again on the subject. From the sanme donartment, respecting the reservation of land for a benevolent asy lum, stating that the department did net think it expedient unless the Council was prepared to expend fugds raised in the dis trict to establirh such an institution. It was resolved onthei motion of Cr Tone, seconded by Cr Thomas, that the: Commie. sioner be informed that as soon as the Coun cil co...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, November 7. (Before Dr Hallett.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, Novdmber 7. (Before Dr Hallott.) William Smith was charged with belig'drnnlk. and disorderly. John Gilbert, it appeared was his proper name. He was fined' i, or six hours. Inspector of nuisances v 'John O'Brien:anl George Harrison, under the 10th bye-law of: the Borough Statute, was charged. with depositing night soil in the Borough of Wangaratta near the One Mile Oreok. The Town Clerk proved the existence of the byeolaw and of it having been passed and ap. proved by the Central Board of Health. John Dunphy stated that he engaged the defendant, George iHarrison, on the 20th Go. tober to remove night soil from his premises. He was not aware where it was deposited. William Morgan'deposed that at about 12 or 1 o'clock on the 21st ultimo defendant a me to him to help them. He went with' them to Mr Dunphy's and helped them to remove night-soil. They took it about 300 yards down the creek and deposited it in the creek-two loads. ' "(Mr F. O. Mlichell her...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

M,D,, M.1,C,Su, Eng., ' Has Commenced the PRACTICE OF IllS PROFESSION 1N1 BE h A L L A, A?d: may be consulted at his residence, Opposite M1Yechanics' Instituto. . NE ... Butcheriing Establishment. MAllCHAEL C.USACK HAS OPENED his new Butchering Bitab. lishmcut in ;Templeton-street, rangaratta MEAT OF PRIME QUALITY! PaRocs MODEn ATE. NETEW BILLIARD SALOON, WAN GAt1(ATTA. UAS much pleasure in informing his friends that be has leared Mr Sperinog's New BILLIARD SALOON, where the patrons of the game canbe aeccommodlated nith two firat.class tablea~.fi'tedwith every conveniouce, and famed for their accuracy... . . Oigar Divan in connection with the above will be open'ed for the sale of first quality.Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, and Perfumery. Chess Tables provided. T. A. SMITH. W iBEELER and WILSON'S NEWm Il PROVED PATrENT SII.ENT. WOIRKING 31 o l 3 .? ,? ; iW~ a. "ela SE1WING MACHINES At Greatlyl1teduced Prices. Cautlon-The great succes 'of the Wheeler sad Wilson's macinhine as' produced nume...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

t AG 1ATT.A AND1IMANSFIELD, Givthehigheet"plice'for? W1lEAT,, anod: halvo FLOURUI; BRAN, and POLLARD for Pale:. :EBOR E. S·L A y P E: fi! HAN FLOUI,' BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON HANID? . W'HIEAT BOUGE2, 1Y ANY QUA?NTITIE. " HOTEL S f r .ess.rs T. iO.INSON od' CO.,'Si kinds of HA RMIN& IMPLlbMJENTS. -, .A WALKLER IGH STREPTo MtANSForIELD. e..ry fe" quors of' Eve Desr ion, 110 .. I E, I oo' S.t ali :g. N3. A tri H' ::'ib~' v n:i'Aget for 'Mer'srs 'tD otb -ISOL a n " .O.S (Late CaAn and Lt n ad nes). and ll other Sknds of FARMINGO IMPLIS? . S ply : SP PRIOR S UMER GODSmbring ' ,A the N ovelta of the oon, £30e'0er woreth o o Splendid. ok.nia Jowellcry. ..... 39, 1• GS -- .(L ait ' ... ah an dde S - Ur o1 .; E.:, q ..' '- .. '. 1MINUTE BOOKS. Bucpt9s9 rPi1; ad 'Pas: Books . OAN bAssortmet of Ia BULWER'S r and d ther d ticels, lat elbournei ` ie TO GEHER 0. 0 Weddi o -a endi .o : oonig Ev owoje :PRINTING L AND FATtONERY.WS i Ar HOUsE. SIO R DNS SILVER PE OILS AND' LEADS :..... ? ....

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

MELBOURNE PIODUCE MARK'PT. sa.--'' ier,oyes anl Reai repoit for the week rnding September 6, 1872. Buisiteps in'binedstuffs during. tho .past. week has been very brisk end thb market indicating greatfirmuness. ' .. . --?We rephrtsalea qti.1),(farnim and dairy pro dluce this Week as .under:-; . " Flour - BRet brads neno ialk-ldressed, £18 Z .£18 10s ; in balk rb' - parcels as high ts L£19 10s per ton has been given. " Bran-ls l.1 to ls 7d per bushel. Pollard-coarse to fine, Is 3d Is 41 per bushel. - Whesat-Beost samp'es Northerp, 81 to 8s 41; lest Adeluilo 7j 8d to A8 3d ; Tasmanian, 7s to 71 31; milleri'boing but pooily supplied 'nd toclk light; we look for a 'funther advance ahortly. - Oats in mcderato demand at from 3s 2d to as od per Lu'hol. MAa':-3s to 3 Id? per bushel. Barley - English nialting, 6s to 60 7d; OCpo, 3s to 3 4 1 per bushel. Penas-3 10d'to 44 21 per.bushel. RLye-3i td'to 4s' 31 per bushel' Patatoees-liet red 'Foil Lancefel.l and Bal litrat, A£-. 10s to £5 15j per t...

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THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 12 November 1872

.THE; IPublished on 2scsdays and Fridays.. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1872. AT the present moment the question psked by, those.who take any interest in the politics, of the country.is " Will the Council reject; the "Edleantion, Bill ?" Upon theo principle of so, many men so many minds, this query is, dif ferently answqred. Those who are opposed to the bill, and desirous of.seeing a dissolution and a general election, declare, with off hand corta!nty, that the Lords will at once. consign the measuroe to the waste paper basket. On the other hand there are those who assort that the pressuro of public opinion is so strong in favour of the measure that the aouncil will be afraid to reject it. Theroeis no doubt that the Upper Rouse has weakened its position very much by the line of conduct it has lately 'adopted towards bills sent up from the Assem bly-to wit, the Land Bill, the Permissive Bill,' &e. Having during the present session rather freely used the power 'of rejection, it may b...

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