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Water Conservation Conference. Stawell, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
Water Conservation Con- ference. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (From our own Correspondent.) Stawell, April 13. The delegates appointed by the various shire councils, in re the matter of water con- servation for the Wimmera district, met in conference to-day in the Stawell Shire Hall, Councillor Jennings, the oldest councillor present, occuping the chair. Messrs Clemes, &nbsp; of Stawell, and Gorrie, of St. Arnaud, were appointed secretaries. It was decided by the conference that the five shires interested, viz., Stawell, Dunmunkle, Wimmera, Lowan, and St. Arnaud, should be formed into a joint trust to carry out Messrs Gordon and Black's scheme, and that the engineers of the several shires be requested by their respective councils to prepare a general plan and descrip- tion of the Works proposed to be constructed, and that Mr. Clemes be empowered to take the necessary steps to arrange the prelimin- aries as to the formation of the trust agreed on, and that the nex tsitting of the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
THOMAS YOUNQ AUCTIONEER, : Stock, Station, Land, Finane; and Commission Agent,,. • WILSON STREET. HORSHAM" ADVANCES made on Le[ eh.eld or Free bhold Ccuntry Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. / Advances made on Wool for sale either in the colony or in London. Agricultural Machinery and Implements by the best Melbourne and Ballrat Makers, aipplied promptly, and on LIBERAL TenIS. Every descriptiuo of business connected wsithbheLand-okeand-- obher__( ovcame t~arteu?icolsedii promptly, efficiently, and economically.- " - ,: Fire-nd Life .InThrancess effected in the best companiies,. a=-a!*aebrSi'TI eRty r Stock conducted in any part rf the colony.' AOENT FOR Fi"ken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbodrne and Ballarat. Dennys L?sccllea and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelon. The Victoria Fire Insurance'Co. The:National Fire Insurance Co., of?New .Zeoalad. ?aisarat Permanent Buildiug and Invest. ment Society. Valuer for the Ballarat Banking Co., Limited. The Australian Mutu...
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 April 1882
LOCAL TOPICS. IT will be seen from our Melbourne tele- grams that a man named Burns has been apprehended on suspicion of being the murderer of the headless body found at Deep Lead. We subsequently ascertained that the arrest was made by Detective Foster of &nbsp; Stawell, and Senior-constable Mullany of Murtoa, and that the accused had been brought up at the Murtoa police court yester- day and formally remanded to Stawell. The name of the murdered man is supposed to have been Forbes alias Scott, and that Burns and Scott worked together as mates on the Dimboola line: It is also alleged that they went to Stawell together in company and were on the " spree" at that place. We can not vouch for the accuracy of these state- ments, but we give them, as they were related to us, for the information of our readers. Srsce our last issue wheat has further ad vanced from 5os d to Ss lid at which price a few small parcels changedjhands yesterday, and as the advance in price has not induce...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882
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BALLARAT STATION PRODUCE MARKET. April 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882
BALLARAT STATION PRODUCE MARKET. April 14. Mr. E. J. STRICKL&sD reports: There was the usual attendance of buyers at my'ysale yesterday, and the average quantity of stuft disposed of. The skins generally were very mixed, the bulk being hairy fuzzy cross breds with reddish tinge, a class of stuff difficult to quit. The merinoes were also poor, and only a few fair to good lots in. Wool.-A few mixed lots in which sold at full value. Sheepskins.-Batcher's fresh killed best sorts2s 26d to 2s 9.d; medium 2s to 2s 5d ; inferior Is 5d to Is 9d; cross bred ranged from Is 4d to 2s 9d. Hides. All coming forward meet with ready sale,there is no alteration in prices, medium weights selling at from 32d to 4d per lb; for conntry salted, calfskins same prices. - TaUow.-The usual supply coming forward 'which sells freely at about former quotations, ordinary mixed in shipping order £29 to £29.15s; inferior odd-packages £20 to £25 pertun.
Suicide of a Journalist. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882
Suicide of.a Journalist. O- t -.The t'AltaCalifornia" of 10th March contains- the-following-particulars"re1 specting"the suicide :of Kennedy, the San ,Francisco .journalist,. veho ,was, a native of:New South: WaVles :-Yeste- tl day morning: a chamhbermaid of the Russ House, upon receiving no answei to her knock at room 103, occupied by E. T. Kendnedy, a ;well-knownjoiurnalist in this city. opened 'th door and was horrified to find him lying fully d?essed t on the bed, 1dead:. Deputy Coroner I Smith, Ion his arrival, found an empty vial; ald 'another.full of laudarinum; on the bed, under the deceased. On a table .was found. the following letter' to I George E. Barnes :--" 7th Marich, 1882. -Dear.-Barnes.-Do notthink me in tihiside at all I am only disgusted: If ITLak'e my life it is! because it seems to me better than to live. On that.basis you can't quarrel with me. Dear old Baines, we, have been friends many, years: -It seems to me that tlife is not thrown away in this., way I have...
Double Fatality at the Black Hill Races. Kyneton, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882
DoubleFatality at the Black Hill Races. - Kyneton, April 12. To-day twosisd and fatal accidents oecurred at the Black Hill race,; which took place at Gillain's Hotel, about five miles fromnKyneton. 'In the handicap, a lad named Robert White, son of Luke White, i-ainter, of this town, was en gaged in riding Friendless, belonging to .Mr. J:':7Carey, of Woodend. He was leading comfortably. when coming down an--iwa?-kiid iiicline- the horse cbllided with a stump, and White was thrown head foremost against annther stump. He aas'picked up almost immediately, but, expired, muttering some words. There wasa mark on his forehead and some injuries to his neck. Death re sulted apparently from dislocation of the neck. This accident threw a gloom over the proceedings, and it was proposed to discontinue them, but afterwards it was determines to carry out the programme by running the Hack Race. For this event there were only 'two entries and Edward .Jordan, son of Mr. C. E. Jordan, mining agent, re...
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1882. Land, Railways, and Water. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, AP~I~L 18, 1882. Land, B ailiways; .and, Water. At the present.time there are three questions of very great importance in whichr th'conintry is:deepily interiested, aid..,which., the peopleo are anxiously waitings'shoul be taken in hand and finilly:dealt with. The first two, viz., the Land'and Railway Bills, have' to be' adopted by the Central Government, that of the Conservation of- Water .by tile Local Governing bodies. -The prin ciples of the two first-nientioned mea sures, are well-known- to the country not only' froin the Ministerial :exposi tions- which" were given; of them- last session, but also from the fact that the intentions of the Ministiy respect ing them,;.have been made known throughout the colony :-Although the details, of the two bills. i: question may not come up t dthe" expectations of all, still, we think, the simplefact that the necessity for there speedily. becoming lair was so urgently and persistently pressed upo...
Mutual Improvement Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882
Mutual improvement? Society.. UPoN the occasion of the Revd. Dlr. i Inglis giving his lecture, "An evening 1 among books,"that gentleman intimated that if a literary society for young men was started in connection with the . Alechanics' Institute he would be very glad to deliver a lecture in aid thereof. Sined this intimation was made, several gentlemen who take an 1 interest in the matter suggested the propriety of a public meeting being held with the view of ascertaining if a start were made in the direction in dicated, wlhether it would be likely to prove a success, and a notice has also been given to the effect that all young men and others who may be desirous of assisting such a project should send in their names to the Librarian with as little delay as possible. We need not 'say that we should hail ,the inception of any movement in connection with our local institute, having for its object the mutual im provement of the young men bo the town and the district, with extreme sati...