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ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
ENGLISH, AND EUROPhAN NEWS. The new Calaforiean', Austraian, and New Zealand Steamship Company has boon formed. They have purchased Wobb's mail contract and his vessolr, forming a wealthy combinatiosi, of ,whclh Mr Webb is president..' -. - i t s'::. . At theteloegraph cdlelebralotio n dtdsener; lo be held on theo loth lnsl ?t thbo Cab'r'n 'triithotolr ' the wires aro to'be hbi?ughtiinto the rioomtfor' communiecting wIl 'tbo'.0olonle; .. . Sir J. D. Coleridge, the Attornoy-Goneral, in addressing a meeting at the Liverpool l nstituto; on education paid 'that: moderation "IIn dealing with the. subject had bon 'in a great measure sacrificed, and that.had been rondered necessary on account of the' roliglious 1uostlon.'. Sir John Coloridge heas tlllrdi to succeed' Lord Penzance ns jidge of the Divorce Court. Sir G. F. Bowen, K.0.I.O-I0 hai boon: up. dointed gOvernor of Victoria, in the room of Viscount Canterbury, . . :: . ir Jas. Furgeesson "Dart., ho boeu apppolatod Governor al N aw Ze...
Tuesday, November 12. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Dr Hallet.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
Tuesday, Novoember 12. (Before the Police Magistrate, andýDr Hallot.) Denis Flynn ioe charged, by the police with the wilful destiruction, of property' belonging' to Mr James Bellew-to the valueo of £18. P.O. Riley deposed that he saw' the prisoner about a quarter past: 11 oni Monday evening with a stick in his hand. . Struck one of the. windows of the Post Offieoo Hotel. loe .truck, it twiceo and the. scond.time broke the window, he then ran over the"Ovens bridge,'prisenor. was sober atthe itimo.,n Constable Wealsh after a great deal of resistance arrested the prisoner and with the assistaneeC of' Constables .Cudden and Ryley took him to the looklup. . James Bellow deposed that he was, the :land. lord of the Post Offliceqotel. He was; in. the bar abouIt11 o'clock'o ion londay evening,;when somebody outside smashed one of ,theo.wudows, he went out and helped chase the prijonor-over the Ovens brldge and helped to secure him. Ilu estimated the damabg donoeabout £18. . The prisoner was...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
The opening of M'r; Cott's billiard room took place on Snturday afternoon. A very large number of spectators wero present. . The, hall was opened on one table by lfoesra. A. Wilseon, ?JNorton; J. A.,Smith,nndl H. Con nolly,.and tho other by 8. Porter, Sharla~nd, Dunphy, and J. F. Whitty. After the games lihad been played the usual toasts wore drank in bumpers of ohampagne, and afteiwards the gonoral playing begun, which was carried on till midnight. Frank Hanna, one of the drivers of the Bacchus Marsh coaches, has been fortunate. enough (according to the Bacckus Marsh Express) to win £e00 by'being a partner with the drawer in a'.£1,000 sweep of the winner of Melbourne Cup. According to our contemporary, very general satisfaction is fel* in Bacchus Marsh at this rightful bestowal of one of the favours of fortune., Mr Uanna's partner, we are told, is a railway porter, so that the £1,000 has lallen to those who are well able to appreciate It, and are not likely to be led away by this g...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NORTH-EASTERN ENSIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
O20 TIE EDITOR OFf THE NORT.H . ASTERNA. ESI1 .I Sir,-The whole aspect of the times is changed. We are all at sixes and sevens over ihe Perials. sive Bill. The' publicons, like cattle on the way: . to Smithfield, begin to have a preoentiment of' the shambles, and turning round their headr atter many a complaining low nnd cast many a look rueful questioning behind them to see if it c-n be their old oroneys driving them to death. Indeed, Sir, we just had an example of what one portion.of the community will do to coerce the other, and with what a rude hand they thrust aside the secu rities of liberties in order to grasp power to dictate to, or trample on, whoever differs from their opinions, I am one of thosee who will always refuse to hand over an9 portion of the: people ,tied: hand and foot to any other portion. Well, I suppose every one heard of the petition of the Enroa Rechabites in favour of the Permissive Bill, and how an Individual in Tar comb.street, Euron, fairly outdid the t...
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, 11th November. (Before A. Tone, Esq, and Dr Miller, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
WANOARATTA POLICEu COURT. • Monday,.llth November. (Before A.Toneo, Eesq, and Dr Miller, J.P.' ) George Budd was charged" with , being drunk nod disorderly in a public place and was fined Gs, in default 24 hIours mprisonment. William Hill was charged, with larceny -of"a thirt and some voels, the property of. David l?lCormack, who, upon being called, deposed that on Sunday the prikoner came to his hoUsee'iu North Wangaratta and stopped about an bhour. When prieoner.left he missed seven' veile; 'and overtook him opposite Parfltt's Hotelo and found the goods in his posessesion. " ' " ' P C. Arthur deposed that be went out to Mr M1'Cormzck'n store and took theb prisoncr into custody on the charge of larceny. " Prisoner etated that he picked them up on the' roend about half a mileofrom ,f'Caormnck's?, After consideration the Bench sentenced the prisoner to two months' imprisonment in Beech.' worth GaOl.
WANGARATTA CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
WANGoUTTA C11bKET' MATCH.;, The.oricket ground on Monday, afternooni presanied a gay aplearance on,.tho :oocanion of tile mInff matbih being played.:- -The Bides' ,oro captained by Dr Hutohinson on tho oneo side ad Mr Chandler on'the other. 'Mr A. Wilson proved tho best' bat'on io. aide, and bowled, well, takinog six ut of 10 wickets, The 4soring of the muffs:aro aBundoer:-: S CirWND'rn's SIDE.': "Firsta Innings. A. Tone. son, run out ... . 13 Ball, b Wilson ... ** * .. . 8 Smith; b Wilson.... . , -. Abbot,; b.Wil oo... ** - 0 .** I Curtoisle, a Butler, b Button. , A. Tonoe,juu;'not out... *:* * 1 Dato, b.Wilsouna o ; **: * Drown, b.Sutton....: ..: " ;* J. Grent,bWilson,;.. ... . ... 1; Rundle, hit wickot, Wilon. . G. Obhandler, b Sutton... .: ...., ,.,"..'.,:; .,2 W ides ....e . .. **, ..,, ..." * .. : . ; ,.- ' t^ ': o?: b w t;'.1 : ' ' ' o 30 Second Ionings. .. A. Tone, jun, ba Whitiold . ... i Ballb Button :. 2 SGrant, at Uliohinon. b Wiln .. 0 Brown, c Whitfiild, b Wileson . .....
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
TO: ADVYErTISERS. Advertisemcnts cannot be withdrawn before beo time expires for which they have been 6rdered. In-cases where the number of inser lions is not spoeified thb advertisements will be inserted till cop~tormanded, and charged nc cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously inserted unless a written order to stop themois sent.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
S21ADr , Nioa.U.i4olZ. M.D., M.R.C.S. Eng., Has Commenced the PRATICE OF BIS PROFEBSION IN BE N A LL A, And may be consulted at his residence, Opposite Mechanics' Institute. NBEW. 3utchering Establishment. MICHAEL OUSACK f AS OQEIED his. no Buecheing 3 tab lish?eiot in Templeton-street, Wangatatta, PEI 0E0. 3IODEORATE. WANGAA ItAT'PTA. T_. A. taIB19X 1tZ5 ` HAS much pleasure in informing his. friends thiit' he has leased Mr Spearing's Now BILLIARD SALO)N, where the patrons of the game canbe accommodatedwith two first-class t.ebles, fitted with every eoovenionce, and famed for their accuracy. Cigar Divan in connection with .the above will he opened for thesale of first quality Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, and Perfumery, Chess Tables provided. " ......... T. A. SMITH. 1WHEELER and- WILSON'S NEW" ID1 PROVED PATENT SILENT WORKING Lc o.. o .. e r. 43 L SEWING MACHINES At GreatlylReduced Prices. Caution-The great success of the Wheeler sad Wilson's machine has produced numerotis worthless ilni...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, November 12. (Before Mr Sharpe.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
BE I?NALLA POLICE COURT. . Tuesday, November 12. ((BIforo Mr Sharpe.) Jano Oraham surrendered to her ball to'an. swer a Charge of stealing ia saddle. N?re Ellen Kelly had also boon cha rged with the same offonco,'nnd lot out on her own recognisanoo, -: A person named elolldrope came forward and said that on Saturday last Mrs Kelly's eldest: daughter (mrs Gunn) had died, and as the funeral was to take place to-day, Mrs' Kelly could not attend. The case was'postponed until the:19th last. Stephen Rite was finod is for being drunk and disorderly on 11th inst. SWilliam Wood was charged with being drunk and disorderly on the I th inst, and using oh. scene language, lHe was find Os for being drunk and disoraorly, and 10s or 48 hour's in gaol for using obscene language. George Ohandler v HLnry OCaieyAi soummons for using abusvle and.throeatening language in-a public placo. Neither party appeared.'. . "' " Sergeant Whelan stated that Constable Flood informed him that Mr Chandlor had told him...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS & C. Mails Arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
POSE' -ýO!,OC. BENAFLI:A. nL VA 4. DxPABTURP OP MA)ILS &C* Ferom elbonme ,apd' post towns by way of Melbouf oo daaily (J ondayn excepted), at 9.15 .int~rmediato post towps, vip., Donnybrook .YWanllhW.Wallan; Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook; $ey 8 onr, Avenel: Longwood &c. (including- thb coror?ispoodencd from Mansfield, Mert6nl Alex andra, Jamieon &o.), at 9.15 p.m. Winton, Wangaratte, and Beechworth (in. eluilng' letters from Greta, Tarrawinger, Oxley, El 'Dbrads, Biiclnd; Yackandandab, Wahgun ah.b Rutheorglon, Chiltern; Albury, &e., whened no dirot 'mnails are received), daily (Sunday? excepted), at 5.30 p.m. SMalor Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan. dra, obram, and' Yrrawonga dot Fridays, a1 10.30 a.m. ' . . .. . Sheparton, 'ine Lodga Statiou, '0owse ardie and Bemalls do, M ondays at 7.30 p:m. For Melbourne, and jlaces vi( Melboorne, dnily' (SundaytO e cepted), at 5,15 p.m. '' lntersedlato post towns, viz,, Violet Town EssroW, Longwood; &c.;...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
MELOURNE PRODUOE MARKET. -: Mesarxi.oyoe and Reid report for the week ending September 0,1872. Busiocns ih broadstufls during the past week has been very bid.sk'and the market indicating preat firmness. ... ' . . .' " -We report sales of mill, farm, and dairy pro duce this week sc under: Flour - Beot brands fine ailk-dressed, -18 to £18 10s; in glalioiA. pafeli?'as high is £.10 10s per ton' hasbeen given .'.. SBran--ls tbo l 7d peir usbol. Pollbard-coareo 16'fiue, Ii 3d sl 4,1 por bulhel. ; :. , Wheat-Best namplec Northern, 8s to .8 4d; best Adelaide, 7j 8d to 81 31 ; Tsmauian, 7s to le 3J; millere being but poorly supplied and Stock light; we look for a further advance shortly.' Oats in moderato demand at from 3. 21 to 3B Odlier bushel. ' Malze-' 3 to 3A id per bushel. Barlby' - -English malting, dG to Os 7d ,ape, 38 to3as41'per bulic); i Peos-3s 10d to 41 21 per bushel. Ryo-a3 10d to 4a 3d per blishl: Potatoes-iýeet red soil- I.anccfield and Bal laras, £ '10s to .£ l1i per tou ; W...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
MARRIAGE &nbsp; COLLIE-BEDDOE-On the 7th November, at &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Roe's Park, Benalla, by the Rev. John Shel- &nbsp; don, James Collie, of Pine Lodge Station, to Julia Marion, youngest daughter of the late Charles Arpery Beddoe, Esq., merchant, of the city of Worcester, England.
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
SBINALLA SI-IIRE COUNIL.. 1 This ,odyimet on Wednesday last, Mr G. V Slharpe,in the chair,'and Ore Hoskin, Little, '1 Blackbri:ne, Olarke, M'Kee, Shortell, Guppy. OORtEsPONDENOE. Fronm ?r James Godbor, asking permis £ sion to iun his fence across the road to Mr 1 Turnbull's wire feno. The Council declined to comply with the application, Fromr ItD. Knoot, asking for a final si ttlement of his 'account, b .lThe Secretry.said Mr Knott qad refused to take the amount offered him. To be dealt with. in committee. Froni George Henry Herbert, asking that t he might be paid for his contract for clearing Exton's.rnad.. The sum .bf £10 hal? been psssed, a'ndit wir objected that two trers had not been removed, Mr Herbert said these trees he could not set rid of on no counte of tiio water, and offered to allow £1 off his contract. - It was decided'to deduct the £1 and pay I the bal ace. " From Lewis and Baker, stating that Mr I E, Brown, the engineer, refused to pass their •worrk.in Gdoomilibee-s...
RECHABITE HALL, BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
REOHABITE S ALL, BENALLA... The opening of the Roobabitoe'Hall, Be nalls, which took place on Friday evening last, was indeed a great success. On that occasion the supply of the good things of this life was so liberal that a large surplus re mained, and with a view of disposing of then;oii heomost satisfactory.mauner--viz;." by natural consualptio?a i? was resolved tilat a privatetoia meeting be held. Accoordingly shortly before 0 o'elock on Tuesday even ing, the 12th instant, some 200 persons sat down to tea. The chair was occupied by Mr Chas. Leeson, the C.R. of the Benalla Tent (Dawn of Hope). After tea had been disposed of a meeting was held, the Rev MIr Oglethorpe occupying the chair, as business engagements compelled the C R. to leave. The reverend obairman briefly alluded to the fact that the meeting then assembled might be considered a second edition,of that of the previous Friday. In one respect, however, it differed from the first assemblage, being of course smaller, where...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
SHIIRE OF BENALLA. N OTI0E IS HEREBY GIVEN S . " that the : :AN NUAL. ' "MEE TIIN TG' Of tho Bonalla Shiro Council will be hold'on Wednosday, the 20th day of Novembor- next,;at Twelvo o'clock noon, for the:purposo of oxamin ing and sottling the accounts of tho,0ouncil, and passing tho Balance Shoot 'for uach accoutt; and that the statoment of accounts will be printed and lie at the offico of tho Council for.inspeotion of noy creditor, ratepiayer, or other interested party :. ; F M:' 'DONNELL, .d " scretary Council Chambers,, Bonalla, November 4, 1872. ,TENDERS will boe receiod ai thie Council Ohambocr;," Brldgo"ostret; Bonalla, up to Ono- p.m;:on Wednisdaly, Novebeir 27, for- he following'workse.:- `': 7'i ch76 ainsi' grubbing 'adnd cleaitng'-Utptiot.' pon.road, along by, ,Mr 'Smythe s pad dock Planeiand specifications of.the above works may be soon at the Council Chambers during the `usual office hours. , A 'cash deposit of 5 per conoat 'us' accompany each tender. The loweat or any...