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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
VICTORAi 1+,STE:A: 1M FLOU R MILLS, - i WANGARATTA LAND 1.ANSFIELD, _ A FA.R.:E,40h1 .EN 'ALL.&, " HAS FLOUR.; BRAN, AND POLLARD ALWAYS ON HAND., I' BEAT BOUGB2 IN ANY: QUANT2TIS. BENALLA - ,HOTEL ! AND :S TORE,. Proprietor. A. BOBERTSON, S.a m z. ma a o B s o $ f * B E NA L L A. Agent for Messrs T. ROBINSON and 00.'S Pirie's Patent Double-furrow Plough.?, Cultivators,, :Harrows, Reaping and Stripping Machines, and all other - kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTS: rI. WA LKER, HIGH STREET, MANSFIELD.. The: very .Best, Lzquord of Eve y Description, Good Stabling. ME"L BOURNE HO.:US E :, . + NIW (Late Cahn and. Loe3e). SUMME R , 0 GOODS. ? A OAN bege to inform theo nhabitants of Mansfield and the district that he lis just received a nsupply at SUPERIOR SUMMER GOODS, embracing all the Novelties of the Season, TOGETHE? WlITH £300 worth of Splendid .Colonial Jewellery. N.B.-A First-class MILLINER and DRESSMAKER has been engaged. PRINTINGG "AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE Bridge ,Street, Benalla....
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 15 November 1872
n4E (Pobliwud on 2usdays and Fridays. :ERIIDAY, NOVEMiBER 15, 1872. Tna question of the liquor traffic in this colony has perhaps been writtdn about maor tihan any other subject. Despito th t fict tlli t the quos ,ion is contiuniuly before the publio thin~s rumain precisely in the same state that they were. Although there are licenced hotels in almost every locality, yet .sly.grog selling nbounds. The low roadside shanties flourish; they sellwhat is termed "hard.stufl' in open leflanco of the law. JIn these places all kinds of evil is to be found. In many cases they are doens of. immorality, robberies frequently occur in them, and there is no doubt that they are places which it' is to the general good. lhoull be suppressed. As the law now stands the mode of. conviction is altogether insuffi. cienot It is no use' to have a couple of in formern giing about from place to place. The first time they appear as witnesses in court they become known, and their appearance is anon known to the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 November 1872
M.D.,, M.R,C.S, Eng., Has Commenced the .D1AO01O?. OF IIIS PROFESSIO I S IN. BE N. I LLA A..Andmay be consulted at.. his.residence, Spposite Mechanics' Institute. NEW ,utohering. Establishment. MICHAEL OUSACK J ASOSOBENED his new Butchering ietab. lishment in , Templeton-street, Wangaratta> --a :. . . lR. w - AS much leasure n in informing. his friends that he has leased Mr Hpearing's Now ILLIARD SALOON, where the patrons of the 'ame can be; accommodated with. two first.class t?bles, filted with evere ooavenionce, and famed for their accuracy.... . Cigar Divan in connection with the above will he upened for the sale& of first quality Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, and;:.erfumery. Chess Tables provided... - prr.... " . ?T. A. SMITH. a. HEELER and WILSON'S NEW LUi " PROVED PATENT SILENT 4- . WORKING. SEWING: MACHINES, 'At GroatlyfReduced. Prices. a :Oution-The great, success of the Wheeler .nd Wilson's machine has produced numerous -.orthless imitations. To guard the public the Am...
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &C. Mails arrive [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 November 1872
POST OFFICE, BENALLA. jl Ma1Y L aL DlrARTURE OF 3IIILS &C. Mails arrive From Melbourne,. and post towns by way of 1 elbouino, daily '(loudays excepted), aL 9.15 I.ntrmediate post towns; via., Donnybrook ":' Wallan Wallan, Kilmore,. Broadford, Tallarook,. Seymour, Avonol, Loogwood &c. (including the corrmspondenco from Mansfield, Morton,, Alex. '-adro, Jamieson &c.), at 9.15 p.m.. Winton, Wangaratta,. and Beechworth (in "luding letters from Greta. Tarrawinger, Oxloy, El Dolso,.Buckland, Yackandandah, Wahgun, yah. Iuthergleo, Chiltern, Albury, &c;., whence ae direct mails are received),, daily (Sundays aceptod), at 5.30 p.m.. SMajor Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Katan. dra,, Cobram, and Ysrxawonga do, Fridays, at 0 .30 a.m. ?"hepparton,. Pineo I odge Station, Gowen gasdio and Bonalla.do,, londays,. at 7.30 p.m.. . Mails close * : or.ýIMelbourne,:s and places vii Melbourne, -daily-(Sunday excepted),,. at 5.15 p.m.... ILLermedlate post towns, viz,, Violet ...
SAD SUICIDE OF A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 November 1872
SAD SUICIDE OF A WIFE.` (From the Hi/l .?'n 2mhea, 0th November.) An inqtiiry. - a hold before Mr Charles Cropper, J.P., on vie eof the bbody of Mar. caret -Wilson lying lat thi residenio bf Dr Carroll, of Hill End.? William James ,Divo deposed-I am a servant in* the employ of Dr Carroll, On Tlhuraday, afternoon ,last,, Margaret Wilson wns wovkigiin' the Ititcheo, I saw her pass from the kitclen to the bedroom, and directly afterwards she called me in. She said, " Give me yoir hand." I did so. She then said to meo;" William;, I've -poaised myself; I've drunk a bottle of.ehloroform; comfort my people at home as well as yoi oan., Do me a favour; go. up to the flotory'(alluding to the sodawator factory of Cahill's adjoining), and tell George that I have-poisoned myself." I went up, saw George, and asked him to come down. -Did nut,deliyer her message to him until hI?seemid.to hesitate' in going, when I did tell. him, and he thenseameiwith me? 1 to. o in, 'At that timesb.etwas scarcey.U-...
BENALLA POLICE COURT. Saturday, November 16. (Before G. Sharpe, Esq. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 November 1872
BENALLA~ POLICE COURT. S Saturday, November 16. (Before G. Sharpe, Esq, J.P), David Stewart was charged with sto4ling a horse, saddle, and bridle, from 'oessrs Flemine and Frost, "butchers, Bonalla, on the 14th' .November. It appearoed that on the 14th inst theo icused was'ongagoed as a small goodsman by: Mr Fleming.; On theb 1th he passed through: the tollgate, llonalla, on horseback, and told the tollgsto-keper to.chargo the toll to Bleming and Frost, as he wis going out for, orders, for that firm. He dili not return on the 15th. 'ir Fleming then got out a. warrant, and Mounted constable lBieoninu arreostd "theb prisoner at Glenroweo. On the 15th inlt whilst bribglog him into Airnalla the constableu' horse bolted, throwing the rider againost a tree, disloating his shoulder, and -intlieting other injuries. The constable has boni sent to WPaogaratta Hospital, and the case was romanded until the 23rd inst. The prisoner was brought into Ieonalla by ?lounted.oon.table 3Innerny who happ...
AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 November 1872
AGRItOULTURE. . (rFnt "'Tn O, ?onosMrr.") The breadatnl'f markotisn a trifle quieter, and it has been d:ffisult to effect 'sales at last quote. tions, anlhou6gh theo mille'' profess-ot to-have altered their prices ;i18o'is demanded for parcels, but speculators decline to move at the figure, and £17 IGs is the highest rate at which business has been done. The prico was realizca for a loc of 20 tous for a good, brafid on Tuesday. An offer of' £16 15s was "refused for M'luiness's flour on Wednoeday, the nuctioneess declining to sell, under, £18. Some good northern wheat fetched 8. the early part of the week but same quality sold on Wednesday, and Tasmanian 7s 2d. Privately a parcol of Albury grown, tobe dsliverd up.country,is reported to have sold for equal to 8331 in Melbourne. Fe.dlig grains are about the same as Iast quoted. Oats are perhaps a little more inquired for, and sonr largoe truueactions have recently been reported Prices quoted from 3s 2d 3s 3d for feed eor and up to 3e 6...
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 November 1872
TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements cannot be withdrawn before the time expires for which they have been ordered. In cases where the number of inser tions is not specified the advertisements will be inserted till countermanded, and oharged nc cordingly. Quarterly advertisements will be continuously insertoed unless a.written order to stop. them is. sent.
WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Thursday, 14th November. (Before the Police Magistrate, the Mayor, Dr Miller, and Mr D. H. Evans. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 November 1872
W1ANGARATTA POLICE COURT.1 Thursday, 14it November. (Defore the Police Magistrate, the Mayor, Dr K Miller, and Mr D. II. Evnse. James Kenny wa:s charged witht being drunk and disorderly, and we~n discharged, hNary Sriiih was chargod with thesame offence, and dircharged. , John Coster, a coloured man, was also charged with the samn ofioeno, and ware sent to gaol for ttreo days. Polleo v Jamae Oracy-For supplying an aboe. riginal with liquor on the 16th of August. Inspector Smith prosecuted, and Mlr Norton appeared for the defendant. Charles Tracy deposed that he was engaged in travelling with stock. , Remembered the 16th of Aueiust last.' Was in company with an lhoriel. nal named Dick. tli know the defendant. lie was at the defendant's house on the day mon tioned. 1o had liquor served to him, tie saw liquor served to the aboriginal. Mrs Gracy was there. It ewas either gin or brandy the abhorigi nal was served with, and he was otily supplied once. The Bench thought that there was not ...
ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 November 1872
ENGLISH AND EUROPEAN NEWS. - At the Australian ,mct dinn?r ;held rat Southampton, over which the Mayor p'i dided, there wero 800'guestes..'" , ti; t., Four hundred labourers htive enibilced for Now. Zealand to engage on the railway works..... .. IJorr Haisall has been appointed Germanu conbtil at Canterbury. " .. i " Vnnderdocken was the winner of the Liver pool.Cup. The stringency of the English money market remains unabated. :The French National Assemnbly ihns been oreopensd. T".he'mensage of AT Thieragrate fully' dilates on: the tprogrpss.; made in the work of reparation,. The present iloficitwnas 132 --millions,?but the 'Budget of 1873 wns *xpectedl to be, equalised, while in 1874 : surplus was inticipated. H'. '.Thiers forcibly appeals to the Asseiubly for.the maintenance of order, in ordlr':to seeL'ro the definitive e?tiblishrment of the, Conpervative lepublie, Fri,,ce needs reposn. ':An orderly republio would inspiro ornfid.nceand surround France with- friends.' Foreign Gover...
RIOTING AT CHARTES TOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 November 1872
RIOTING AT :OiIARTs TOWERS 'Thea following particulecrs eolatitag-t. the disturbances at;Chartes Towers have been obtained from the hbn Colonial Secretary and the policoua'uthorities in Brisbane, and tbo.informnatibn may therefore be relied on : -On Wednesday. last, a butcher at, nil clloster, Cbaitos Towers,-.named tlre'ethbai, raised the price of meat'from 4d to Od per lb; and this so enraged a portion of the float. ing population oft the district' that a large mob, numbering 500 or 600 persons, .as sembled,'and with th' nise -and ceonfusion usually accompanying a n riot, ,pulled his, house down. . Three of the ringteaideis were arrested, but the authorities, not having a sueticient force of police, at command, and fearing a fresh outbreak,' consented to. take bail, and the men, having been bound over to appear on Friday, were released. When the;,cases came on for learing on Friday thore was great excitement throughout -the district. ''rcvethlai, noihing daunted, went up to give h...
BENALLA RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 November 1872
.BENALIJA 7nOlNG OLUB. SA meeting of the cornlmittee of the above club was held on'S turd y'lost at Hoskin's Royal pHotel, Bonalln.. :Present-Mr R. Hoskini(in!itho. chair), and Messrs MGillHi. ruddy, Ai'Doatri11, M'Gritlh, Watts, and Hayes (hon see). . The minutes of. the previous mosting ,of the committee were read, and an altora. tion'WB's ndeo tothe liefoot'thnf afin'ember of the club should have the privilqgo of taking da lady on to the grand stand, and clildren under 10 years of age. The minutes as so altered.were daonfiimed.?-- . ..- -i.-... Ur' The programme, it was determined, should be advertised twice in the Australasian. . ' Tenders for advortising the. programmo were opened from?the NorlhA.orst.eer Eeign 'aitdthe 0. and MI. Advertirirr.' That-of the Ensign was accepted, it being determined to put the programme.four times in the. .Adver. tver. - ' . - ^ * -... .It was decided to .have..sone Hubsoription .list.Bprinted>«i}>K·d th meetrigtlr 'air uraedi
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 November 1872
111 EI.? OURNH PRODUI MA.KltKE'. 1l ';' ? ,esor, Noyes anl Reid report for, the week ,-ending Novemtor13, 1872. b oe eusinsoho been done in breadarlells or produce The mirket has opetled thli'wcek with°ilgns' of 'continued firmneess. . We report sales of mill, farmand dtlry pro. duce this week as under: Flour - leet brands ,fioe silk.dressed, £1'8; millers are asking £10 to £10 10s per. too, S Bran-s 6,l per usheol. 'ollard- Fine, Is 51 Is 7d; do coarse, ls 21 to Is 31 j.ier bushel. SWhhet- Beit samp'es Northern, 8O ; Adelaide, 7. 61 to 7+ 01 ; other samples feom 6e per bushel 'pwartdsa. Oate-3. to f3 4.1 per lu-hell. hla'nz'--3s to 3s Id per bushel. Peon-3s to 3s 61 per bushel. Rye-3s 4d to 3s d0 per bushel. ,. arloy - Engllsh malting, as si to .s 11d according to quality ; Cape, 3s to 3s 3d per buahel. Potatoes-Best red soil LanceGoel. andl BaIl. lrat, £5 per ton ; W'rrnaombool, £2 0s to £3; Tosmanisn, to £5 per ton. . " . - Butter-Both fresh and potted, 5d.to 7?1 per pound. Chees...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 November 1872
Pero Hyaointhe; beforewrilling hlis letter to the Temps eannouncing -his intended marriage, had evedontly studied the following observations of Jeremy faylor onr the subject ofý matrimony : _8 Malarringo has in it less of beauty, but more of safety, than the single lifo; it hath more ease, but loss danger; It is more merry and more sad ; it is fuller of sorrows and fuller of joys ; it lies :under more burdens, but is supported by all the strength of love-and charity ; and those burdens arc'dolightful. rMarriage Is the mother of the -world, and preserves kingdoms, and fills cities and churches, and Heaven itself. elibacy, like the fly in the heart of an apple, dwells in per. potual sweetness, but site alone, and Is confined and dies in singularity; but marriage. like the useful bee, buildea house, and gathore sweetness from every flower, and labours, and: unites into -societies and republics, and sends out colonies -and feeds the world .with delicacies,' and obeys -their king, and ke...
THE North-eastern Ensign. Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1872. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 19 November 1872
THE PublMtii on u7clays and Fridlay. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1872. Tou Legiabitivo Council feelirig that the Edu cation'Bill.was one that eventually would be come in some shape the law of the land, has aome to theoconolusion that it would be the ibost policy to pass the secondroading. There will no doubt be an attempt made to modify .the measure with a view of enabling religious instruction to be imparted either before or after school hours. As wo must now regard" this bill to which.ell along we' have been op posed as certnin to be law, it is not out of place to considor what should be the altera tlions made. Having been antagonistic to the mneasure in ioto, we have not hitherto entered .jto any consideration of its clauses. In the drst place ivo certainly do not approve of the prov.isions of the Ith clause. In these days a retrenchment in the civil seorvice is loudly demanded, and we are at a loss to see how a Ministor of Education; a Commissioner of Education, an Inspector-General b...