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Attempted Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882
Attempted Suicide. &nbsp; &nbsp; An extraordinary case of attempted suicide occurred about mid-day on Monday. A young man, named James Gibson, said to have been a sailor, and a new arrival in the country, residing at 22 Young-street, Fitzroy, was dis covered lying in a pool of blood on the floor of a room, with his throat severely &nbsp; lacerated in three places, and his arms, legs, and body hacked about all over in a horrible manner. The police were communicated with and the unfortunate man was at once removed to the Melbourne Hospital, where his injuries were attended to by Dr. Barrett, one of the house surgeons. An an examina tion being made it was discovered that he had apparently made a most deter mined attempt upon his life, there being no less than eleven separate wounds in all inflicted on various por tions of the body. There were incised wounds onhis throat, two deep gashes on the back of one knee and one on the other, three deep cuts on the left ar...
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1882. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 April 1882
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1882. LOCAL TOPICS. WE again remind our readers that there will be no issue of this journal on Tuesday next. THE hon. W. Madden, Minister of Lands, duly arrived in Horsham yesterday morning by train and was cordially received and wel- comed at the railway station by a number of leading townsmen. Mr Madden was driven to Beaumont's Wimmera Hotel where he subsequently received a deputation from the shire council, who interviewed him upon several matters in which the town and dis. trict are interested, a report of which appears elsewhere. In the afternoon Mr. Madden was present at a dinner given by G.Beil,Esq., nresident of the Wimmerashire, at the Royal hotel, when there was theusual after dinner speech-making, and ample and frequent tes timony was borne to the sound principles upon which the Ministry have conducted the business of the countrylduring their tenure of office, which must have been exceedingly gratifyi...
BANQUET TO THE HON. W. MADDEN AT NHILL [CONDENSED FROM THE DIMBOOLA BANNER.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
EANTQUET TO THE HON. W. MADDEN AT NHILL Fco::nDE.?SD rt:Ol HEi BIUDOOLA BANNER. On Saturday Irst the Hon. Walter Madden, Minister of Lands, was entertained at a hanquet at h'hill by the residents of that place. Great exertions had been made by the townspeople to make the affair auccess nul, and it is only jastice to record that their efforts were crows:ed with success. Pla, were erected on many of the houses In Lonour of the visit,,r, giving the township an air of cheerfulness. On the arrival of .?r. ahldden, 1 n, wa rrost cordially -received by the crows a?a ýsnbled irn front of the Comn.ereit hotel to welcome him, giving Isim three i usty cheers, whi, h were acknow. ledred by t, e Mlinister The table.was laid out in a large tout beside the Commercial lotel by Mh,. Bicknell, and was profuse:y laden with the good things of this life, pre pared and arranged in a manner which met 'ath many high .ncominms from allpresent, andl reflected great credit on the caterer. Tle tent was tastefu...
The Minister of Lands' Tour through the Wimmera. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
TheIininister of lynds Tour t through the'Wimuniera. As our readers are aware in accordance w vwith aprevious announcement to that effect, e tle hon. Mr. W. M;tden, Minister of I Lands, arrived fromMelbornne on Thuraday a 6th inst., for the plurpose of spending the f Easter holidays in visiting the many centres of the district for whicS he is one of the xepeesentativesin Parliament, and of ascer- v taining from personal interviews with his e constituents what the verious requirements of the respective localities in which they c seside might be. With :his object in view i Dlr. Madden, accompained by Mr. 0.-G. aasmussen, left Horsham by train on Thnrsday evening last, the 6th "April,a for Murton and was met by a large umr her of persons upon I.is arrival at the a station. In the evening Mr. Madden was Most sumptuously enti ratined at Jessells 'a Commercial Hotel, and, after stayilg there t - eor the night, a start wa- made early on Fri da) morn.ng forKecu'l where Mr. s.adden i Rwa met...
Dimboola Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
Dimboola Land Sale. A.sale of Crown lands in fee-simple 5w held at the court house. Dimbhw:a, on Thurs day the 6th April, 1852, at 11 o'cl.,! as.n. Thebidding, was keen, especially for blo:,I situated at?Varraeknabeal. The .,lloline lots were disposed of :-Lot I, area Oc., salt. 1, section 8; township of Warr:ckneted; parish of Werrigar, County of Bormg,upiet price £4 per lot; It. Smith, £1910 . Lot 2, George Hayter, £11. Lot 3, A. Cumeron, £12 10s. Lot 4, P. Phillips, £27 10s. LAt 5, James Devereux, upset. Lot,, P. PhillipS, £12. Lot 7, J. Crawford, £7 10. LAtS, - Alleydice, upset. Lot 9, J. Woo's, . - Lot 10, P. Phillips, £5 10s. Lot II, James Devereou, £5. Lot 12, Georga IHater, £5 108. Lot 13, P. Phillips, £4l10. t tll, J. Devereux, £4 10s. Lot 15, R. IPQe-u, ?i .5£ Lot 16, Dr. Black, £5. COUNTRY LOTS. Parish of Kirimakatka, Countyos LonRa adjoining the Mount Elgin homestead; up?-t price £2 per acre ; charge for survey £10 1" Lot 17, area 218. Or. 2SJ., allotment 47 valuation, £...
Horsham Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
Horsham Hospital The ordinary monthly meeting of the mittee of the Hospital was held at Mechanies' Institute on Wedes tt pr sent: Capt. Bowden (in the char) Messrs J. Brake, C. G. Holm~ V, a :W. Forrest, R. H. Barry, B.rH Ir nd nd r. Febler. se, De mNrrrES. The minutes of last meeting was re confirmed. a COBRESPONDENCE. The following correspondence was r and received : 'The Treisury Melbourne,March 1: h, 188 Sir,=-In reply to your letter of the Lh inhs renewimg your application for an grant to the -lorsha-n Hospital. I m drea toexplain thatino further votes will be ea. on account of- the present financial y~ea ti expenditure in and of CharitahleInstitui r The presevs apnlication will, h"rrev or. taken into csnsideration by tU1 hoy the Treasurer when the amount t" 31 voted far the year 1882-3 is in e ,urse of di --ihati (Sigael a. c.r¢aýs. Uonter Treasarer Th.Treasury Melbournte, Aril t 3 Sir,-Iam directed by the Treasurer to3 . nowledge the..receipt of your letter of th 29th ultimno...
The Rabbit Question. Tooan, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
ThelRabbit. Question. (From our own Correspondent.) Tooan, April 12. On Saturday evening last a large meeting was held at the Tooan Hotel for the purpose of discnssing the rabbit question, the ch.,ir being filled by Mr. Tnomas Light, Crs Carter and Philip were. also present `upon the occasion. Mr. J. M'Clure said that he had calle? the meeting together hurriedly, owing to Mr. Madden'e expected visit to Natimuk on Tues day next, so that the contradictory reports which had appeared in the press might be ventilated whilst the Minister was in the dis trict. Mr. M'Clure read the reports referred 'to and said that he was in a position to state that a letter signed by a number of selectors, resident in the -vicinity of Mitre Lake and -Mount Arapilies, which had appeared in one of the Horsham newspapers as:a contradiction of the report of their last meeting, was carried round -by the members of a man's family for signatures, who received £2 per week for laying the poison. So far as he could...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. . Wednesday, April 12. GEo. HAGUE AND Co. report : Wool-We submitted a catalogue of about 100 bales to-day, consisting almost entirely of local sconred sorts in ordinary to average condition. Biddings were fairly animated, ,and we are able to report a clearance of the bulk as follows :-Greasy fleece, 6jd to 91d per pound ; greasy lambs, 5d to 7.,1 per pound; greasy pieces, 31d to 5j3 per pound; - scoured, inferior to medium, 9d to 141d per pound :. sah~ 6d to-7td per pound. Sheepikinfs-Owing to the Easter holidays, we held our produce sale to-day. We had a very heavy supply, the bulk being of superior quality.: There was a full attendance of buyers;.present, and biddings throughout were brisk, enabling nos to make a good clear ance as'follows:-Butchers'afresh-e king; 20d to 37d each; country pelts. 3d to 22d each, and 2d to 41d per eound! full-woolled skins. 53d to 74F per pound; lambskins, 9d to 27d each, and 3d to 4.d.per pound.
The Natimuk Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
The Natimuk Races. The above race meeting was held on Easter Monday and was well patronised,a great nu.u ber of visitors attending from a distance. Mr. Kroschel had a booth upon the course and it appeared to' be liberally patronised. The stewards and the secretary were indefatigable in their exertions, and the day being all that could be desired, everything passed off most successfnlly. SThe.following are the results of the various races: * aezxr P?LATE 6 sovs.-1- mile, W. Phillip's Greyfish (Ingram) ...,,; 1 J. Schmidt's MIorgan (Schmidt) .. . 2 C. Bell's .Goldfinder (Bell) .......... .3:. The followiae "also started :-Sour Krout, Sailor Boy, Ntmepence,, Stripper,, and Alice Grey: : : . HsADICAP HUBDLE RACE, 8. sovs.-I2 miles. 11. Calder's, jun., (O'Connor) Der SBorieler .........-............ A; M'Lachlan's Frank (Reece) ...... 2 C. Be'l's Goldfinder (Bell) ........... 3 Sultan and 'Nuisance also started. i:- rorOTseo nace, 3 SOVS.-3 miler. A. Warne's The Hummer.(Owner) ., 1 A..Sc...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
:GENERAL-NEWS. .o -. Intelligence from Syd:ney states that on the triining ground, on Saturday morning, after some work had been done, Waxy, came out for ia mile flutter with Vauclause. It was noticed, the former moved all abroad as he passed the stand, and when pulled up at the turn he staggered and suddenly fell dead across one of the hurdles placed on the course to keep horses off the inside running. It is supposed that the heart was ruptured. It will be recollected that Mr Wentworth gave the sensational price of £2200 at auction for this horse after his good running fin Fthe Metrop' Stakes on purpose to win the Melbourne Cup, for which the horse was heavily backed. Mucluh sympathy is felt for Mr Wentworth, not so much on account of the loss, for he is too wealthy to feel it, but because he is a true sportsman. The animal's body was removed to the .inside track for a post-mortem examina tion. The Newcastle correspondent of the Sydney. "Evening News" reports that, onThursday after...
Dreadful Accident at Queenscliff. A MAN NEARLY CUT IN TWO WITH A 40-POUNDER SHELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
Dreadful Accident at Queenscliff. , A MAN NEARLY CUT IN TO WITH A 40-POUNDER SHELL, A dreadful accident, which, it is be lieved, must have a fatal termination; happenedbnonMonday afternoon, at the Queeascliff Artillery: -Encampment; through the premature bursting of a 40-pounder Armstrong shell.,? The members of the Ministry.and other visitors had witnessed the firing of the 80-pounder and 68-poun'der 'batteries, and were close to the park of-Armstrong field guns, on the cliffs, wheh..the 'cci dent occurred. Several shellsbad been fired from them at a target near the Pope's Eye buoy, and distant about 1,700 yards, when suddenly' there was. a commotion in the crowd, and remarks made aoliut some one being hurt. A! rush was immediately made to- the beach below, where two men were found stricken down just at the water's edge by the fragments of one of the shells hvbich had been recently fired. The accident was not noticed at the moment it occurred, owing to the fact that the firing comm...
INSURRECTION IN HAYTI. London, 11th April. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
INSURRECIION IN HAYTI. London, 11th April. An insurrection has broken out in the Republic of Hayti, the object being to over. throw the power of General Salomon, the President. In consequence of the outbreak the Government has proclaimed martial lw. 12th April. Owing to the insurrection which has broken out in the Republic of Hayli, the commercial interests of England and the United States have been placed in consider able danger. A man-of.war has accordingly been despatched to the capital, Port-an. Prince to protect them.
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1882. A Local Benevolent Ward. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
-o0 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND) FRIDAY.. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1882. " -A Local Benevolent Ward. u THE resalution adopted by the Tospital a Committee at its March meeting re questing the Government to sanction the appropriation of a sum of money ji for the establishment and maintenance t of. a Benevolent Ward in connection d "with the Horsham Hospital, and which c has since.beenemphasized ?by the Shire I Council'sutipporting the.same, is, we n think, a course of 'action' which will t] commend itself to the- sympathies of all 8 right thinking persons. In all large to centres of population there are always to f be found those who owing'to'bodily s' afflictions .are. unable to earn a liveli hood-many who are. physically in capacitated .from even moving about. Unider these circumstances' Irovision c has been made to a limited extent for f the reception of cases of-this nature into Benevolent Asylums,where persons I so afflicted are received upon certain specified conditions, and in those c...
A NIHILIST PLOT. London, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
'A NIHILIST PLOT. London, April II. The railway from Moscosw to St. Petersburg having been tound to be undermined in several places, a number of the railway officials have been arrested on a charge of being concerned in the attempt. S April 12. Ithis been ascertained that the railway. oficials, who have been arrested for being concerned in the plot to blow up the Mfoscow and St. Petersburg railway, were dissatisfied at not obtaining the promotion which they considered due to then , and therefore deter mined to av-enge themselves by blowing up the railway.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
WILLIAM ADAMSON & CO., Produce Brokers, 29 Little Collins-street West, MELBOURNE, RECEIVE consionmsents of Grain, Flour, etc., for sale or storage, annd make liberal advances thereon when required. Gnrs SA z hel every Wednesday, and DAmnY PSODuCE Sale every Wednesday and Friday. Account sales furnished promptly. J. R. F0PD & Co., GRAIN, WOOL, SKINS, HIDES AND TALLOW BROKERS, Advances made if required when receive into Warehouse. 17 QUEEN-STREET, MELBOUINE. W. & A. Et I D, MILLERS, G EE LONG, TORE WHEAT FREE OF CHARGE for SIX MOSTBS, and make Liberal Cash idv.,nces et Bank rate of interest. Guaroentrc market price at any time. Wsite for particulars to above address. To the Fatr;?ers of the "'. illl CIea. R. R., CLARK. of the Union - Mills, IHorsham, begs to inform the Farmers of the Wimmera District that hlie has NEVER made any Charge for Storage, and that lie still continues ths practice of STORING FREE. Statio'eCrFy aitd Fancy Goods ielpository, WILSON STREE...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. April 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. April 11. Messrs J. R. FORD AND CO. report :? The holidays have considerably interfered with business but still we have to note a further advance in wheat on our last quota tion prime milling now being 6s 6d eper bushel. Flour £13 10s per ton for country brands, and £14 per ton for town milled. Oats, prime millinig4s 3d per busl.el, prime feed from 3s 10d to 4s per bushel. Seed in strong demand at 4" Gd per bushel. Barley we quote for prime malting 43 4d per bushel, and for feed from 3s lid to 4s 2d per bushel Peas from 4s 6d to 4s 9d per bushel. Bran is 74d per bushel, and pollard Is Sjd per boshel.