The North Eastern Ensign at KellyGang 26/4/1872
Any one visiting Eldorado cannot fail to be struck with the conviction that those who are carrying on business have full faith in the permanent prosperity of the place. Mr Wright, the well known storekeeper, has made great improvement in his premises, having put in some handsome plate glass windows. So has Mr. Manson, who carries on an extensive drapery business. We also perceive that Mr Bussey, of the United Ovens Hotel, is erecting a large assembly room in connection with his establishment. Messrs Young and Horrocks, the butchers, have done their quota towards a permanency to the buildings of Eldorado by the two fine butchers shops they have put up. There. is also a good brick hotel in Eldorado which. goes by the somewhat aristocratic name of the Criterion.
The Japanese troupe will perform in Benalla on Friday and Saturday. They bring with them a great reputation, and the novelty of their performance will no doubt give them. crowded houses.
The advertisement in another column announcing Burton's circus will be read by many with delight. The circus is so well known hare that the bare announcement of its arrival is quite sufficient to insure first-class houses, but when it is known that Mr Burton has made large additions to the talent usually employed, the incentive to pay is visit to the I circus will be all the greater:
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