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RUPANYUP. April 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
RUPANYUP. ,(From cur own Correspondent.) April 6. The weatler though cold and squally still continues dri. A few light showers of rain feloil lately, but hardly enough to lay the (lust. Wheat towing is being carried on briskly, and a large area is likely to bIe sown this season. The valedictory tea meeting, given to the Rev. Mr. Nall on Monday last- was a marked success. At a public meeting which followed the tea, iMr. John Chapple presided. The. clininaan, feesirs. J. B. Mil!er, Tlar man, E. King, Dyer, and others spoke in eulogistic .terms of 3Mr Nall, and wilhed him success in his new circuit. - Mr. J. 11. Dyer, on behalf of the Wesleyan dencmination here, as a mark of esteem presented Mir. Nall with several volumes of theological works. A choii under the leadership of Mr. J. Cooper, rendared good selections of music and singing in a very pleasing nm?niier- Teh'r ev: Mr. Nitll explressed himself as highly pleased with his so journ in the Wimmera District, and spoke in affectionat...
PIMPINIO. April 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
(From our own Correpspondent.) April 8. I rir lith at tee re ill siffering for the':wahit' of water and; although seQon?bhle.ianin.o1 e lllen in' some parts, this locality has not been favoured in the same respect. It is true that we have had occasionally fair supply by the train, but the accidents to the engine and other ,causies haveiteilded to disappoint' those who have come from a distance expect ing to obtain water,'and upon their arrival thero has been none'for them. On- Gobd Fidady afternoon and evening a public meeting and a tea meeting were held at' North Wail by the Bible Christians for the purpose of Sclebrating the anniversary of the' opening of itlie church, as well as to accord a hearty welcome to -the newly appointed ministers, the Revs. Messrs, SWebber and Mason. The attendance at the meeting was very numerous, the chair being ccrupied by W. Burgin, Esq., J.P. Addresses were given by Messrs IRundle, Mason, and Webber, which were interspersed by songs and recitations....
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
GAZE'TE_ _ So-i et.e?ll l -.,:; and cne iJa~cohhf se fLill;~ ni'ir.Nobrth, has l en. apposf'ed Depuiy Electoal Registrar for the Lawloit division Iof haip mera Electoral District. The following applications for leaseIp have been approved .-Mary a'ameron,. Nurrabiel ! Margaret CameronhT Ndrra biel; Hugh D. Hughes,-:Wonwondah and Dollin. I Alteratioris in the 5termig Lanpd condi tiion?of the following licenses and leases have been approved of:--Robert Whitney, K?it Narin ; John J. Ral ford, Katyil; Samuel Spencer, Lilhli mur ; KRichard Graham,iKainiva; Marl garet J. M'Quillan, Werrigar; John Brennan, Lallat; John Morrison; Willenabrina; W m. Ridford, Katyil ; Carl F. Knonagel, • Wonwondah ';Wm. Edgecumb, Minimay; The following. transfers hlve been: allowed :-John M'Mannus, Jung Jung; C: W. ;.Huf,;_ Kewell East; Charles Robson, Nullan; Thomas Had dock, Natimuk; Mary Ann, Webster, Kewell West; John Campbell, Ashens Donald M,Lean, Bungalally; Elizabeth Goldsmith, Kellalac; Thomas Powell,...
WARRACKNABEAL. April 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
WARRACKNABEAL. -o (From our owrn Correspondent.) Aprll 7. Within the last few days two accid ents have happened here. The first and the most serious was on Tuesday last, when a lad about 13 years of age, soi of Mr. Rowe,the miller, was in the mill, whilst same bags were being drawn up aloft from .the ground flour, when the chain slipped and one of the bags fell on him,which necessitated the doctor being sent Ifor to attend him. The other happened to a horse and trap belonging to air. Fender,n Govern ment surveyor from Geelong, who had only just arrived here, and from what I can learn it appears that one of his men, who had been sent to obtain a supply of chaff, got down to open a gate, the horse took fright and bolted smash ing the trap and destrying the harness; although the animal escaped unhurt. The weather still keeps very dry,and the water-famine is a aad reality. It is to be hoped that the boring operations new being carried on'will prove to be a success. The,·bbit poisoning i...
VOLUNTEER REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
VOLUNTEER REVIEW. . j .L. BR - thte Prineof Wale 'an H. * : !.l': .^ .;. T ;. *if. ' . i , ; i .h the Doke of Cambridge, Pield.. Marshal Commanding in Chief, reviewed 30,000 volunteers at Portsmouth on Easter Mon day. H.S.H. General Prince Edward of Saxe-Weimar, commanding the district, was alse present. The'weather was fine. and the success of the display complete. No accident of any kind is reported.
THE RELEASE OF MR. PARNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
TIHE RELEASE OF MR. PARNELL. Mr. Parnell, M.P., has been released on a week's parole, in order to enable him to visit his sister, who is residing in Paris, and whoso child is dead. London, April 11. Mr. C. S. Parnell upon his release left Dublin as quietly as possible, and upon reach. ing London evaded all demonstrations which were intended in his honour. He proceeded at once to Paris, travelling by the speediest route.
RUMORED RECALL OF MR. LOWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
RUMORED RECALL OF Rt.'LOT7ELL It is currently rumored in London that; President Arthur has decided to recall Mr. James Russell Lowell, the United Stites Minister in London. The reason assigned for this act is Mr. Lowell's attitude on the 'question of demanding the release of Ameri can subjects who have been imprisoned as suspects in Ireland.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
--LA ?EST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AOENCY.) MELBOURNE THURSDAY. The police proceedeedagainst a tobac bconist;~~i?i d Tu?ei?ie fod Sdndkiy trad ing.2 As the.busidiesispriovd to belong to defendant's son the case was dis missed. Sir Bryan O'Loghlen, Mr. Young, Minister of Public Works, Mr. Steel, Inspector-General of Public Works, had a lengthy discussion to-day on the means of opening the Gippsland Lakes by cuttings. Sir John Coodes scheme will most likely be carried out of connecting the lakes with the sea. The matter will be fully considered by the Cabinet this week. An inquest held on the body of Emma Dawson, who was found dead on the footpath on the 11th inst. A verdict was returned of death from sanguineous apoplexy. The adjourned inquest held on the body of Russ killed by .the.premature-bursting of a shell at Queeoseliff, was held to-day. Several witnesses who were 'called Iproved that peopldhad beei.wanrned. The coroner in summing up stated it was evidently deceased's o...
Messrs. Madden and O'Callaghan at Natimuk. April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
Messrs. Madden and O'Cal laghan at Natimuk, (From our own Correspondent,)" April 12. According to arrangements our Ministers, Messrs Madden and O'Callaglan, visited us on Tuesday llth. On their arrival they were enthusiastically welcomed. Several deputations were in waiting, and business was proceeded with at once. The members of the West itiding of the shire in troducing the depunations. Mr. Carter introduced a deputation on the rabbit question and the careless destribution of poison, stating that it was a'most important question if selectors were to be kept upon the lands. It wasithe hardest thing the selectors had to encounter was that of the rabbit pest,he would not occupy the time but call upon the deputation to state their grievances. Mr; John M'Glure, Tooan, said it was of the utmost importance that something should be done in the district to'which he belonged. A meeting had been called to discuss the matter as the means at present used •was. not effectual in the destruction ...
THE HON WALTER MADDEN IN DIMBOOLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
THE HON WALTER MADDEN IN . DIMBOOLA. [Froxt THE DDIBOOLA Bs1.tER] The Minister of Lands passed through Dimboola on Saturday on his way to Nbill from Warracknabeal, and returnedon Sunday afternoon. About 11 o'clock on Monday morning Messrs Dacey, Fraser, Fisher, Pratt, and Sands, who had been appointed a sub committee at a public meeting, - took Mr. Madden around the township and pointed out the requirements of the place with the view of having the wants supplied. The committee havingshli?,n Mr. Maidide the principal requirements of the town, an adjournment was made to Pavier's Hotel, where champagne was partaken of. JMr. P. P. Fraser was voted to the chair, about 20 gentlemen being present. In con sequence of Mr. Madden wishing to arrive at Horsham early the committee were unable to entertain him at a banquet, his stay in Dimboola being too short to admit of it. The Chairman informed the gentlemen present that the committee appointed had taken Mr. Madden round the township and point...
Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
Railway Accident. -0---o--- A railway accident of a 'somewhat serious character,.resulting, no doubt, from gross carelessness, happened on the Gippsland railway on Monday night, at Murrambeena, a short distance this side of Oakleigh. An en gine with a guard's van and twelve empty trucks attached, was despatched from the Gippsland station to Dandenong for the pur pose of re-conveying to town volunteers who ha, been engaged in the encampment. Driver A. Fenton was in charge of the en gine. and wi h him were a fireman named John.Lawler, and a guard named Gregory. Murrambeena was approached at about twenty minutes past seven o'clock, the train up to that period proceeded safely. After passing the points, however, the driver sud denly noticed that a mistake had been made, and that his train, instead of being allowed to run on the main line, had been tuornedinto a bluid'siding.' He at once called out to the fireman to put on the brakes. and at the same time took upLn himself the usual prec...
Fatal Gun Accident. Seymour, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
Fatal Gun Accident. Seymour, Tuesday. 'A sad and fatal gun accident ocenurred this morning at Worrough Station, some eight miles from here. Ayoung man named Russel Walker, son of a Melbourne biscuit manu facturer,who was on a visit at ir M'Kenzie's, left the house in the company of his brother, with the intention of having a day's shooting. When about 100 yards away, the latter re turned to the house for something he had forgotten, and, coming back in a few minutes, found his brother lying at the brink of a creek, with a large wound in the neck, and quite insensible. He at once ran up to Mr. M'Kenzie, but whilst he was away the poor fellow died. It is supposed tlhat as the deceased was attempting to coss the creek re ferr-d to, the gun went off, lodging the charge in his neck. An inquest-was held on the remains this evening, and averdict of acci dental death returned.-" Argus."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
The Prince of VWales presided on the 2nd February over a distinguished and represen tative meeting at:St. James's Palace, to pro mote the chenme for founding a Royal College of Music. Among those present were the Duke of Edinburgh, the Duke of Albany, Mr. Gladstone, Lord Salisbury, Sir Stafford Northcote, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and many Liberal and Conservative states men, scholars, sculptors, painters, and singers. The new exhibition is intended to occupy .the same position, as continental conservatories-a school and univ?r?ity providing' education," awarding scho'alr. ships, andexaminingcundida.tej:. -is f