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A Bargain. The Littletown Thunderer. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
A larr'gain. 7The Littletown Thunderer. To gentlemen of literary testes, or o those who are seeking a sphere in ,hichthe ]ab?ou is light and the honer reae, the above offers a elhance not to le mised. 1 he Iroprietor has every lnfidnce in reconmrending it to the slice of philenthropic gentlemen who re prepared to rmake monetary con rderations subsidiary to the high and - nble amhiti: n of hastening on the orions millonmum. Te:ris ]'. AST:--31UST BE SOLD.
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 24TH. Local Swimming Baths. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
-0 5iULISHED-EDRVERY TUESDAY, THISRSDAY ." eD ;SATURDAY. . TUESDAY, JANUARY 24TII. Local Svinmningg; Baths. ONE of the most indispensable requisites place, espoeca y'en:.wnerg-mere "s a stream.. of.. water .-in -...close prox i!nity to a -town. ..In the estimation of those-who'h-sva been accustomed to the lIhx4uy of a ibth, .'uchla thing can only he enjoyed fin the greatest perfection where theera .is:. suchls a" stream, and seeiiiJ ilat 'e hav e this most in dispns:htle "nttiial blessing in Heor sham. it is a very easy matter to ,supply i:: bathing-otuzse :and;. that at a very trifling cost. Underetlese f:rour:'ble circumstances we" throw out a sugtritio1' tiat steps'"sh'bi?l U taken for'"t 'lpplyingt such a' necessary dedes, atum as tie erection of a bathing house, so, n. to afford our townfolk the enjoyment of one of tihe truest luxuries atttainable in liot clime. Of course this:. is a mitter w' hich comes lcgitimat',:ly under-the cogniztnce of our Shire C-ouicil for adoption o0 ...
The Troubles of a News-paper Proprietor. SCENE—A NEWSPAPER OFFICE. TIME—DAY PRECEDING DAY OF PUBLICATION. WEATHER 12 IN THE SHADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
e Troubles'Of a'We'ws-3 paper Proprietor.' : -A NEwast;.rc OrsicL 4iLTit?DI Y CEDING DAY orP?nLcATIO?o'WWEanTIm 2 IN THE SHADE. rs beforie I icnme identified' wi tht$at ble race of human beings known s pa~erproprietors I had an unqtuench` ambition to own a neitdpraier. I used t6 with avidity l'ery report that came n r.y reach of the speeches.madoein r if the Press at public gstlierings. t the eun was in' the firmaluent so was ress in the mnoral world-dissipating the ions of ignorance and flooding tile wolsld s the light and glory~of knowledge! It the lever by which the masses were tobe d fiso their state of degradation to posi of respectability and happiness: It e and unmade kings,and beforeits:irecord e misdeeds of tyrants the perpetrators tr,mbled anld retired into the netrable darkness of oblivion ! These cnt ulterances weren always ac lcddgcd by the representatives of Precs in almost equally lofty terms. '1l ocrites were focted to admit that an ul roeponsibility rested. upon the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
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Professor Rice. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
Professor Rice. This gentlem-an fgave tihe first of histrulye marrellos exhibitions' of his abitii ee1 . mleot-reader, exposer ot 'spiritaalsem, anion physiognomist, to a. fair audience in the" Mechanics' Institute, on Saturday evening. d Mriny were under the impression that theo_ eind.reading was nothing ore lthan trickery,? !uit before the performance was over thes.e cwere convinced that-it-was a power p'.rcs~a tal by Ithe Profesor, who' explained that he bJ could not account for it himself. Several of those present endeavoureed to puzzle him by Ai hiding small articleggteh as a smsUl erin, a cc -Watch key 'etc., but'afttr placiig their liasI to to his (the Professbr's) head; he quickl-lledl tlihet' to the spot, and brought ot'b the aricle pl thought of.In all thesf iistaic s theProfsio:r ai was most successful, and provedl to everyone pi that tlib&power of reading the mind actu!aty exists. He claims that hle has m:;stered the ai science, arid is eniabled to see in acIntal...
The Horsham Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
The Horshamn Hospital, o-- Tihe following is an abstract of .fr Neale's report ona ?le ab.,ve ilsittittion, winch we take from Saturday's "Argus":--The lor sham Hospital at tle time ,f the inspector's 1 visit, cantained right pltients and o:e child. Thestaff consisted of a inon-rcsideut madicsl officer, who actcd as secret iry, a wvar.lsm:aJ, matron, cook, laundress, anl assistnt wardsmon, who is also gardener. The t.tal salaries of the sta!f amount to £4?7 2s per annum. In spite of the :ery large stasf and the small numher of patients, Mr Neai re ports that the warid appurtenances and mess uteusils should be kept nimch cleaner, and beds free from clothes :aud rubbish. The drains around the building are in a very de feetive condition'. The main one iemptiet into a stagnant .l:ool close to the building, which the inspector says "is rapidly becom ing a fever bed.'! Again, Mr Neal writes "The pigstye and the large heap of pig manure beside it appear to me to constitute nuisances of a d...
PIMPINIO. January 21st. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
PI; PINIO (FPaoe oRn noe-c cohnESPO'snlcT.) ' : " anury rv21st. W\VLat might have bcea attended with veSry serious consequencesi odchried iere ori the railway line' to-day,?"owing :to: ono- of'c iW workmlen having kindled a fire to .bai: l-is tea. This fire was lit in-the midst of dry grass and bihwo~, and, ad, haight be ex. pected, it very soon got bOyond the control of seven or eight men, with boughs, to put it out,but justas- they were about .'to gi?til three or four others cama to' thliir help- acid beat it back--jtist i time??toiprevent its catching a stubble paddock belongng to hMr. Day. I am sorry to saj that the scarcity of water is.begisniug tobd felt. 'Tie Piaimpnib Dam has .a very good supply in it, and thel water is very good. In reference to this dam it has been statel that 'th railwary cnp!djes have been bathing' in it, but Isee a notice has been posted up by the shire council for bidding anything- of the kind. I'a:c of an opinion that if a rewagr 9f ; ari offered for ...
Horsham Police Court. MONDAY, JANUARY 23RD. (Before Mr. S. B. Bolton, J.P.) DRUNE AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
Horsham'iPolice Court. -0--~. MoNDAY, JANAR?Y 2.lRD. (Before MO. S. B. Boltcn, J.P.) D?eU.t AND D1SOnDERLY. Joseph Kilnred was charged by Constlab;, racy. with' having been drunk and dih: lderlyandl was discharged with a caution owting to his Jlavilg been locked up oinee S.tturday last. 1Frederidk Sdcultz woa schargcd by Con . stab'e DUay with having been guilty of a lik offence on S;atrday last, and was lined 20%I or in ddlgult, three days imirionfmeut. T0I fine was paid. Edward Simpson was chargd b- Ca I stabld Ceoffy with a ssmilar offenee, an w,,, lined 20s, or three days imnlrisonment. John Day wes ae'so similarly char, 1, ,r Cerst.bile Hatton, Itet, owing to itg .bein his first offence, and in corsi;eratisn of Il, 1 harins been confined in the lock.p since' Saturday, he was discahergedilth a autiu. PMece?4 LANXtAUC, Edwrrd Simpson rws farther Chared by Constable Coffey with baring madrged by most disgusting language in a public p!aeef and was lined £a, or orne mrtt!'s impre ,o...
CRICKET. HORSHAM V. MURTOA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
CRICKET. HOBSHAM V. 1IURTOA. The returni mitch b~lteVe\ n tli hablve two clubs' was played: on Saturday last onithel ground of the latter. The scoring As iidot heavy on either side, only one player, CaImp bell, reaching a double figuire . For Horsham Fahey and Rundell did the bowling, the former taking fbur wickets. The following is score:- . HORSHAM. . PI,? ~IsT Ia. aN S.' : ; '.SECOND In'NINGS. :' Doyle,bCampbcll::: :..i: not out' .. .. 0 Nnztun, b Campbell . 5. Geddes, sand b Mller. Anderson:b: Campbell r. 4. -!: Sheperd, b Miller ..... Fahey. a Websterb Miller,99r-5i,5 t n,.l, ti • Rundeid, bCampbell . 0. -c Duneanb Lroett. 0 Blackbu?a; b Campbell;..' O b out"`.; :.?'.: Cumming,not out...- 0=: .!.0 : and b Lovett,"6;.40 Bolton, bhiller., ... O.. Oi dan bMiller ... 7 MURTOA. FIRST INNIN'oS. Davidson, c Blackburn, b Rundell . 1 Campbell,. Anderson, b Rundell Miller, b e t.. F . Lorettc; Geddes, b Rnndell .. .. Bennettb Faheý t .,.:- ? o ýý;? [. .... 0 Webster, c Shep erulI b?Rhnel...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
CORRESPONDENCE. [NOTE.-AIlI lettern addre?edl to the Editornmust be acconineo d by thne nacme ad addre.s of the endler, notnece?arilyr for publio?ti.n, blt as at •lanrotee of good fith.. -We do not identify our selres in the slightest degree with the ophioons en presedt in this.or opoen, colu.n, bot reerve a rightto excscoramenod statemcnts which aoppar to require It, o bleing intemeperate. Correopon dents will, however, Inderstand that in no case do we alter correslpondence or refuoe odmiosion to letters, because they may conflict with otlr own opinio'.-Eo. dO.T.
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
LOcALS TOPICS. I L'v referevca to our correspondent's letter I in re crops ab:ut Tooan and MountArapiles, s a Gymbowen coresponldent under date of I 17th January writes as follows:--Your corree p,onent has ben evidently misinformed as I t, the yield of the crops about Tooan and 9 Mount Arapileh. lie reports that Mr. John M'Clure'a yield was 28 bu-hels per acre. t Now,- I saw Mr. 'Jams tM'lure the t other day and was informed by him that his r brothe:'s crop instead of producing 2S bushels t per acre only yielded 20 bushels per acre. , With regard to the Too.n crops several trust- a worthy persons hase told me that the average yield about that place is 13 bushels instead of 18 to 20, ss reported by your correepondent. t WILTr was evidently a deliberate attempt a' incendiarism happened on Sunday evenin", 22nd inst., atPaterson's Swamp State School, 1 No .2045, situated in the parish of Wail. The hiead teacher left the premises on Friday evensiung, and returned on Sunday evening at 9.3...
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
-; r Epitome of News. 0 Sman-rnama Pellan, in Melbourne, has sttempted ,to gonge out the eyes of his wife with a chisel, and seriously injured her, but failed in his attempt. He has been arrested. a-IraMartina, said to be a silenced Catho lieopriest, was on Thursday charged'at Syd -ney with indecently assaulting a child six years of age, and was committed for trial. Friday night's."Herald" contains a -tele gram saying that there is.noth:ng further about the Deep Lead murder, except that the police are following what they believe is a clue to the indentity of the murdered man. Neither the head.not the clothes' have yet been found. .._A melancholy accident occurred on Wed nesday evening about a mile from Terang. Mir If. Smith, who had-been summonedn as a vitne.s: in a sly grog-selling case at the Terang:police court, was returning home on hoareback. When a short distance on the -waythe. norse became -restive, and in an attemipt to bolt camein 'contact with a linmb of;'a ! tree, throwi...
THE NATIMUK ATHLETIC SPORTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HORSHAM TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
THE NATIMUK ATiLETIU SPORTS. .TO TH EDrtOR OF THE iORSHITAMT IES., Sim,-Allow\ me'to draw yo attentioiit*o an error that has crept into your report of the Natiik Athletic"Sorts.. r 'your issue of thc 12thiilt 'in th~ repor't of the Handicap Flat Race, I am placed as running second, whereas I was first,aand received first money. , It is tolbe hoped,,that, if sports are to be mnde: a i aiin'uar institution at Natipuuk, the committee will .endearvor ,to priodre the services ofcsoine compeen? thpe son to act. as jpdge istead.c ofa dharing that allice distributed among two or three as was the case at the last.meeting.7-Yours, &c., ._.s. G. WilGH'T, .Janary.lTth .. ra ,' T :t»
Fires at the Sydney Railway Station. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
Fires at the Sydney Rail way Station. Sydney, Sunday... Considerable excitement was caused yesterday, and ..to-day .by a succession of fires at the railway sheds, Redfern terminus. The first fire occurred shortly after 4 o'clock.. on Saturday. afternoon in a tarpaulin store, resulting in the destruction of.atlarge number of tarpaulini covers.. The building w?as only slightly damhaged. A' portion of the flooring was . burned.. At half-past 10 o'clock the same night a number of tarpaulins at the opposite end of the same building were found to be on fire, but before spreading to any extent "the flames were extinguished by the rail way employes, with a few buckets of water. Thoecause of the fire is~at pre sent unknown. A third fire occurred in - the lamp-trimmer's :storeroom, situated.' in- the . same yard, at a quarter-past' 4 'clock 'thisi after ndon,throngls a lighted match accident ally igniting some loose cotton waste: Owing to the highly inflammable nature of the contents of-the s...
NHILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
NHILL. 'Nuti An rrs sRUROU.1'DINGS-Cn OPS. AND PRItE CUP.IIBET, Wt'THIEil LTC.,-, RACE MEETrits, nrPEDS CO.NoreNDING-' MEETING OF CoOITrrreI OF MhECIIANxIC INSTITUTE--I OLE AND CORNER ASSE.MILAGES-PlACKED MEETINGOS AND CLIQUES. TO TiIE EDrTOR OF TilE H5OB0ILI3t TIMES. Sir,--W,mderful strides has this said Nhill made within the past twelve months. Ueereare three hotels doing well, three stores doing a lamre and increasing business, and one in con-use f erection. A saddler's shop, ,black smith shops two, butchers to?, a professor hI;ging out the well known spirally painted pole, a State school, Post and Telegraph office, Bank, and Police quarters, etc, anl two Churches. I had nearly omitted the most imposing and certainly the noisest struc ture viz., Mr. J. M. Oliver's Flour Mill, also doing a large business. In addition a few neat private residences and the usual number of bush humpys and tents. The two existing streets laid o-t at right angles-three chains wide, more or less, possib...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882
WHOLESALE PRICOES 1 CAMERON &--CO NEW -ASH STORE, FITEBRAKCE STREET;, HORSIIAM, I' GENERAL DRAPERY, &c., .MEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING, BOOTS & SBIIO?S Suitable for the Season. Sk CO. woulddirct Special Attention '.-ti IiEk4US NOVELTIES Ladies'ice aad Sil SScarfs, . . India Muslin Fischus and Squares, Kid, Silk, and Cotton Glove, In! endless Variety, at very LOW PRICES. A'lso a large' assortment of Antique.Dress Laces, Bretonne and real Maltese. A Large Stock of. India- Muslin.5;, -' Bretiaase Ne;. Fae?c'Gaczes, Crape Nets, and Tulles Dress, . Manchester; , Sd :'. 7 bedashery, Underclothk1; S Milliniery, and Grocery DEPARTMENTS - Well-assodted, and all Goods sold at -^:'-. WHOLESALE PRICES. ST N W ELL' ~l ii:g and Ready-Made fg Establishment' 'EN'S Overcoats, Men's Tweed Suite, AY. ,,sys' Tweed Suits, Youths' Tweed .S,"al'5en's Tweed' Trousers and Vests, aeen?'s lue Pagets, Men's Fancy Vests, Men's T~weed Pagets, Men's Black Trousers and - Vsts, Men's White...