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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. April 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

GEELONG STA~TION PRODUCE ~tAREET. lites eo. Go.ooC ..a.tC. repor . WVooL--Tho Febronsy-Maroh seriesof the London Wool Soles closed on Friday without fortherclons-e ino alues. Prices, ao compored with the prerious series, show dvence of Id Perpouod on good combipng ools, but nllinferior aud hduty sorts wcee lower. Wo offered about 150 boles gresoy end scoured wool to-doy, snd succeeded in placing the balk at sttisofetory pricee. Sheepskius.-TWeosbnitteda very IsOp euepply io?. to onume rous attendonce of buyers. Com peticon woo feir throughout, and prices reled about eqooo to Loot esle's etes. Butchers" fresh skins. Od tot36d c~ch; country pelts, 3d to 2id each, nnd ld to4L3-8d per poond fullf-woollod skins, 51 toeld per ponod ;lambshinu, 9d to 30d etch, and 3.1 to 4?d perpoend.

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. April 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

3EELBOU?INE PBODUCE MAXKET. April 4. 3InescrJ. B. FORD AND Co report:- IVhct frmn at C3 rbo dporboshosel forpriee sh;pp': and millino samples wvith oeery a?poae ec oran upward tendency. Floor £13 2S Cd per too for coontry brnds and £1310C per ton for toon milled. uato prime millings 3,d per bushel, prime feed ?t SOd perbushel, medium to pood 3So 7d lto3s9d per bushel, nod ilierior to medium 3s 4C1 to 3O d per bosheL Barley prime mralting 4s 4d per boshl', feed sorts Irom So 9d to 4s perbushel. Pest very firm at ds 6d per busoel, Brnm sold per bushel and F?olloi It Cd per buohel.

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

M ETEORULOGIOAL NOTES. WEDNESDAY TRUR:DAY e OdGEST LOWEST HIHEST LOWEST to the shade 75 50 .78 40 In te sun 89 85 -. Exposed at Night 40 - 47 - i'robable weather-Mild days, cold nightls. .. ~logistered by E.1 Miller.

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The Political Situation. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

The Political. Situation. __ The PMelboirne correspondent of the " Ararat Advertiser" says :-The negotitations for the ousting of the Go vernment have been continued,- the politicians are unusually active- The departure of Mr. MurTay Smith may be said to have totally changedithe: as-. pect of politics. • With his: flight the Constitutional party as we have-known it, is at an end. Mr. Gillies, who,' it was thought would succeed, is not of sufficient social standifig, and d6aes iot alppear to have the requisite influience. Mr. Francis holds the -keys of the position;,. but with . the weakr and quavering grasp of the age. In the -meantime- the two Corners seems to gravitate towards each other every day, and so many able men are at present working up a combination that I fail to see how the scheme can miscarry. Mr. Patterson is one of them, and everyone knows how clever and popular he is and hlow he car. reconcile differences. The fact is that the Constitutionalists begin to think that ...

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More Hospital Horrors. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

More Hospital Horrors. -~0-- A revoltin" and .horrible: state' of thinrigs has been lirouglt to li~ht aft the Melbourne Hospital which is alike a blot u-on the management of the in stitution, and eshocking .to the comrn-: munity at large. Such an unchristian like mode of procedure and suchhtter repulsive recklessness amoiuntingto in decency, in dealing Ivwith the bodies of dead persons were perhaps never known in the city of .1elbourne.,, rith !the general laxity displayed througheout the whole building, perhaps such conduct is not to be wondered at, but the Com mittee of Management can scarcely say that what is now to be rovekhled is'uni known to its members. Something more tlhan a common rumour iinduced a searching inquiry into its cause, and the result gives the following startling facts: At the extreme north-east corner of the Kospital is situated a gloomy-look ing building, known as the dead-house, a place used for the reception of dead bo lies, amputated limbs, &dt It ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

i~lwsl. '3Joung'S ~n.llpf%. (5o10.s 0 og' lttN. TEOMA.d YOU1G AUCTIONEEIi, Stook, Station, Land, Finanoe, and Commission Agent, WILSON STREET. HORFHAfM DVANCES ,ade on Leasehld orFree/ hold Country Linas. Advaucc made 0nu Town Procpertieo. Advances ma?Ee on Wool for sale either in the eoiony or in London. Agricultural Machinery and Implements by the best Melbourne and Ballara~ t Makertj s seplied promptly, and on LiiERA -.RS[.n. Every description of bitsiness connected with the Linde, and other Government lDepartmseni cndn.oted promptly, eiciently, and ccosraCalYll.- .. Fiie and .ife lnsurances effected in -the bent compoanies. Satles o Property or Stock conducted in any part of the coloay. AnoENT FOR. Fisken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Lascello? and Co., wool and grain brokers, Geelong. HORSIIAM SALE YARDS. SATURDAY APRIL STH, 1882. Horses, Cattle, Sheep, etc. HOMAS YOUNG will offer on the above date Horses C.ttle Sheep On account of George ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

WILLIAMI ADAMISON & CO., Produce Brokers, 20 Little Collins-street West, MELBOURNE, - ECE E consionments of Gramin, Flo?r, ib etc., for osal or storage, and make liberal advances thereon when required. G?a?s SAsI held every Wednesday, and DarmY PRootcE Sale every Wednesday and _.dly. Account sales furnished promptly. j. R. FOID & Co., GRAIN, WOOL, SKINS, HIDES AND TALLOW BROKERS, Advances made if required when receive into Warehouse. 17 QUEEN-STREET, MELBOURNE. IMPORTAIT TO FARMERS W & A. IED, - .... ]ILLERiS, - TORE whEAT FREE OF CHAIRGE for SIX MIONTIIS, and make Liberal CasEh Advances at Bask rate of interest. Guarantee merket price at any time. WjTite for particulars to above address. ;T the Farn?ers of the Winmncra. R. i. CLARK. of the Union Mills, Horsham, begs to inform the Parmers of the Winmmers District that he ha:s NEVERI made any Charge for Storage, and that he still continues ths practice of STORING FREE. Stationery aind| F!aclly Goods Ieipositor...

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HORSHAM RETAIL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

HORSUAMT 1EETAUh MARET. Presh butt~ir, Is 4dperlb; ptted~o, Is IA rerlt e~s~perozon cneso.to~dperIb. bneos onions, ii lb. for Is.

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

Commercial. aOa2a WHEAT HAHEET. 2-' a TifafOte, Th" sday Evenin:g. heni waS qunotedto-day en neing worth feo-n S 7d to .nSd bert the business tenneted w-a moael icocinni.

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Cannum Farmers' Club. April 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

Cannum Farmers' Club. -0 April 6. (From our own Correepondent.) The inonthly meeting cf tile Cannum Farmers' Club was held on the 1st April, the president, Mr. flood, in the chair. The meeting, which was well attended, hadbeen appointed for pay iug tihe waterclalrge decided to be levied at the March meeting, that is, to pay the wages of two men employed in drawing water from tihe well at tile Catspaw reserve.for the use of the dis trict. The money had come in very well.nearly, al.;pewrons liable paying up. It was proposed by the President, srcrnded by MIr. H. M'Donald, and carried, That the pumping be con tinued as long as a suflicient supply for stock can be obtained. Several gentle men pointed out that the Lowan and other sllhires in similar cases paid men for pumping; that people along iail way routes were relieved by water trains, and also along creeks by wells, and that accordingly a refund might be made by the Wimmerashire of the money expended. Thereupon the Pre sident moved,...

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MURTOA. April 1st. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

MURTOA. ,-o- (From our ooni Correspondent.) April Ist. The weather for thle past week has been very changeable with every indi cation of rain, but as yet we have not had the much needed downpour. Farmers are becoming anxious as farm ing operations are almost at a standstill, owing partly to the time taken up carting water for stock and domestic purposes. Farmers are in high glee at the price of wheat, and lucky is the man who had pluck enough to hold his grain till now. Tihe contract for pumping out the southern portion of the lake has been successfully carried out, and the con tractor for scooping begins operations on Monday. When thisis completed, and the dam fenced, we shall be able to secure a good supply of water for domestic purposes, although, in the opinion of many, the quantity of earth to be removed, viz., 6000 yards, is quite inadequate to the requirements of lurtoea. A large and influential meeting, at tended by all the leading townsmen, was held on Friday last at Holts'...

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Wimmerashire Council. WEDNESDAY, 5TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

iiiimerasbire'CQoufdi. I. - WEDnr;-esaY,, 15H The ordinary monthly meeting ofthe council we holden in the council chamber on Wednesday. Present: Cr. G. Bell, awresident, in the chair, :land Cra R. Clark, .J. jechler, S. Carter, W. Irgin, R. Grant, J. Reate, \Y: Philip, The minutes of laset eceting were read aend confirmed. COl'IESPGBDENCE. From Je- s Williams, of Nlatimuk, re questing that a second pump may be erected at the well north-east of the lake. Cr Kcvle said that the well was urgently required, but hlie could not see how the worek could be done ander the present state ol the finances. lie would move, That no -ction he taken. Cr Clarkeecolnded. Cr S. Carter nimove~d as an amendment, That a puop and new staging be supplied at a cost of £10 Cr Giant seconded. The aiotion was declared to he carried. Fsm lead Teac?er, State School, Kewell homestead, enclosing a list of the subscribers totte school free library. CrGrant moved that £5 be voted. Cr. Turgin secolded.-Carried. DEPUTA...

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The Channel Tunnel. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

The Channel Tunnel, The stupendoos scheme for underminino theEnglish Channel with a tunnel, which has been agitating the minds of everybl.dy within the four seas for a considerable time past, is progreasing rapidly, and the chant 1 tunnel bids fair soon to become an accom phlshed fact. Two or three military writers have lately come forward with somewhat re markable views as to the dangers our in tegrity as a nation is likely to sustain if the work is accomplished. What the promottrs of the scheme say will be the crowniog engineering work of the ace, these alarmists tell us sill destroy Great Britian as a na.ilan. In the past we have been, accordling to them:a, what we are now by reason of the silver stream which separates Dover from C3' ::, and if we destroy this protection we shll fall a victim to the first Napoleon whoi ci cc to invade us. Should this be, I iancy Englishmen would still ba able to render a good account of him, and one is reminded of the old verse : Fesows be of goo...

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Horsham Police Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. (Before Messrs. R. H. Andrews and H. R. Kruger, Js.P.) ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

Hforsham?P-olioe:Court -o WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. (Before Meesrs. R. HAndr~ws and Hi. ?- ~:-:: e~~Ta. :ae??P.)t ?.''' ?..''` ATTEMPED SUICIDE. Gottfried Sahultz was charged with having attempted to commit suicide at Yectis East on the 5th February. Henrich Schultz deposed: I live at Vectis East; the prisoner, my father, lives with me; on the Saturday he was rambling about and said he would put an end to himself; my wife' :interfere'd but he told her it would be better for her to leave him alone; on Sunday -he was wanting to go into the garden, but I told him to go in the shed; a little while after I went to the shed and found him cutting his throat with the knife produced. Prisoner, on being questioned as to the intent, Said he was fully aware of his action at the time, and assigned as reasons for so doing,hard work and hot weather. Upon being asked if he would repeat the rash act if released, he repliel that he would not, but Henrich Schultz, his son, said Ihe could not be trusted, whe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

1/AONTED, a Cook and Laundress.- S Apply, Mrs. R. Clark, Firebmrace street. W?ANTED an EXPEPlENCED FARM LADOURER. Apply, Mrs. Goy's farm, Balrootan. tTANTED, a Smart Youth for country store, accustomed to Grocery. Apply, MIr. Little, Clark's MilLs. \ r ANTED Good Wheaten Hay CHAFF. ' lHighest Price given at C. Rochester's. Produce Dealer, opposite National Hotel Wilson-street, Horaham. • 'O LET.-A Blacksmith's Shop, on easy I terms; a good business.-Apply, T. Ilodby, Wail. 'O10 LET.-The SHOP and DWELLING I now occupied by Ah Goneyasa drapery store. Rent 20s per week.-Apply, Thomas Yonog. OUrD-ROOMED Cottage To Let.-Apply T. YOUNG. WANTED Tenders for Cartinog Material v ottages Horsham and Dimboola Rail. way.-Apply, Mr. QuaSyle, Railvay Station, hANTED toPurehase from 200 to 300 VY Merino Ewes, in lamb; state age, price, and terms.-Address, Shrep; post. office, ClearLake. . W]1ANTED to Purchase a team of 6 or 8 Bullo'ks ; state terms.-Address, Bullock, post-office, Clear Lake. Tender...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

Epitome of ?aews, · Thie aeath ioanioouced.of Major General Sir R. M. Laffan, RE., K.C. 1.G.Governor of Bermeds.U i- "j. .t ;% ) i . The Great Powers unite With England and France in urging Egypt to give some more eahssDsantial-.guarantee to her creditors. An improvementin'the valie of lease~5oi. pastoral propety has taken place in New Zealand. it'is p-oposed to reduce the rate' of postage between England andl the colonies. The AUstralian cricketeis have reached Gaullc. M'Donnell is recovering from an ill ness,but his companions are all well and jolly. Two ves2cls, the Duoro and Yraracbat, have collided of Cape Finister, and serious loss of life has taken place. Arrears of selectors' rents on 31st. Maich amounted tdo £230,000{) It ises"iiniated' that: £10,000 has lapsed upon the forfeiture of leases _ The duplication of the railway line from Richmoed to Hawthorn is to be proceeded with at once. The Jolimont railway accidenticlaims that have been settled amount to £35,000, and others...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AiRsTsIuTAN PRESS AGENCY.) a MELBOURNE, TnaursDna Y. At daybreak this morning Constable MIartin found a bundle in the Treasury Gar dens in which was wrapped a live infant. Attached to the bundle was ia paper with writing in a female hand, stating she had appealed to her friends in vain, and she left it there to prevent her committing crime.. Letters have been written by Mr. Laber touche Secretary for Railways, withdrawing thestatement of Bruce tliata Kynetonsolicitor had travelled with a press pass. Copies have boeen sent to the newspapers and the solicitor at Kynetom. At the City Police Court to-day three youths were sentenced to 2 years, 18 months, and 6 months respectively, for breaking into two churches, and one school room, and robbinc them. The case against Charles M'Carthy, charged with incest, was proceeded with to-day. The case is of most revolting type; he is already committed for trial for the attempted murder of his wife i'he body of a man, aged tab...

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DINNER TO THE MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

DINNER TO THE MINISTER. In the afternoon, at 2 o'clock, aboutatwenty. fivre gentlemen, amongst whom were most of theleading men of the town, met by- invita tion of G. Bell, Esq., President of the Wim merashire Council, at the Royal Hotel, and partook of dinner, given in honor of the vieit of the Hon. Mr. Madden. Notwithatand ing that notice of the proposed dinner had been given only tile evening before, the caterer, Mr. O. G. lRasmussen, sacceded inr providing an excecllent spread, which met with theencomiums of all present. In con sequence of the lisited time at the disposal of the company, only a few toasts were arranged for. G Bell, Esq., the Shire President, ocen. pied the head of the table, with the hon. the Minister of Lands on this right." Cr. Cla k filled the vice-chair. After ample justice had been done to the good things provided the usual lyal toasts were proposed and drnk, the chairman proposed, "The Ministry, coupled with the name of the Min'ter of Lands. He remarked th...

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The Hon. The Minister of Lands in Horsham. SHIRE COUNCIL DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

The Hon. the Minister oi Lajis in Horsham.i SHIRE COUNCIL DEPUTATION.. On Thursday morning,. puronant to azi arrangement made on Wednesday, theijedr bers oE the Shire CouneJ, consisting of the President (Cr. G. Bell), and Crs. B. Clark, 8. Carter, R. Grant, W. Burgein, W. Philip, J. Keyte, accompanied by the shire secretary, waited upon the Hon. WV. Madden. M.P., at ,ehimont's WIVimmera Hotel, and brought under that gentleman's notice several mat ters-ofel public interest affectt.,_-the shire. ~MT siddensitid he was pleased to see the members of the deputation, and would be glad to hear anything they might have to say. :. - THE CELEss DICTr.eSOTuio O( POION.s. Te :Preisident ,,. Bell), addressing Mr. Madden, said there were a few matters the council were desirous of'bringing under his notice. The first was the poisoning of cattle. Cors. Keyte and Philip. were fully seized of the facts, and he would call upon those gentlemen to state them. Cr. Keyto said that he knew one party who ha...

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Attempted Suicide by a Bank Manager. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882

Attempted Suicide by a Bank Manager The branch Bank of New South Wales at Bridge-road, Richmond, was on Monday morning the scene of a melancholy shooting affair, which will, it is feared, have a fatal termination. It appears that at about a quarter to seven Mr. J. McLoskey, the manager of the bank, informed his wife that in con sequence of having a considerable amount of work to do in completing the half-yearly balance he would have to begin early. He accordingly went down stairs to his office. A few moments after Mrs. McLoskey, was startled by the report of a pistol, and hurrying down, to her intense horror, she beheld her husband lying insensible on the floor of his office in a pool of blood, with a wound in his right ear, while a pistol with one barrel discharged was found besiude him. The alarm was at once given, and Dr. Wilson, the medical adviser of the family, was quickly brought to the sufferer. He declined to act by himself and sent for Dr. Barton, and upon his arrival an e...

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