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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

SAL TOPICS. 1 I- __ -' STux readers of oar weekly supplement will be glad to learn that next Friday's supple ment.will be printeJ with netftype giving itn avery cfer'ana bo'irghb~ppeartne;d)I?tJ l'* Scontatin the commencement of a new story by Donald -Oameromnentitled Grit7' v` 'i'isiiil?-tiafiii ch of the story is founded on fact, the author having himself been an actor in the great crisis he describes, and e thoroughly at home with-every-bhase o0Aas. tralian miiiiflifd" The'whole novel bristles B with life and action, and the key-note of interest is struck in the first chapter and sns tained without a break to the close. Intend ing subscribers to the Horsham Times should forward their names at once so as to secure the first chapters of the new story. fl Ox Friday morninga most dastardly attempt n was made to throw the contractor's engine off the Dimboola line by a thick post being V placed between the rais, one end of the post being placed against a fixed sleeper and the " other e...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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EMIGRATION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

M1IGRATION FOJID. A fund :- being Etarted in London, under the ausp,'c ocf the Lord Mayor, for the par pose of pr .roting the emigration of the an. employ.ed, o. ong whom there is great distreos x's rine.

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The Murder of Capt. Roels. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

The Muirder of Capt. Rlelsj Sydney; Tuesday.. . y the steamer Genil, Ciitain GC H.. Suth gate, of the schooner'Sea Rip, 'wh'ich at the time of writing was at Miok'; Duke' of;York Island,.sends a report bof 'the'Passage bf the schooner.Sea Rip from Sydiey 'to 'Duike of YorkIsland. New Britainii;nd the events dc curring since her arrival iupto the 20th Mirch. The chief interest in thisreport lies incthe particulars of the alleged iurder ofthe.Capt. of the Annie C: Lynn, which cleared Sydney Heads on the 13th January'last. The reprt states :-" Mioko.-Diie of Yerk'Iland, was made on the 9th February and the schooner anchored off:Mioko on the 10th February. Having occasion to leave for Blanche Bayj on the 26th February in'one of Mr. Farrell's trading boats,'I arrived there on the 27th, and found the schooners Annie C. Lynn and Dancing Wave anchored off Matipi. While passing the said vessels, I was met by Capt. Leeman, of the Dancing Wave, in a boat, who requested me to come on board the ...

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ARRIVAL. OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. Albany, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

:ENGLISJI MANIL * ' Albany,;Tues d, T , . The.PeninsulaLand Oriental'Stein , vi-J gatioi Compandy'iM SBAi 'RolilI'i airrivedd :bhre at a.qarterAl 10 thisidt:i3 '"""": iitl GENAL'SUMMARY. : Londoi, March 10. ii -:Te works of the propised' cha6nel tunnel between Calais and Doi'r have been ?cnm menced;. The directors' of'the donipany have recently conducted several parties of distin-' guished men to view the loring operations. After a:weary :discission:titeGConimohis voted last night Mr. Gladstode's resolution condemning the Lords' select-committee for an inquiry..into the obrking of the Irish' Land Act.: The opposition of the iiiition foi the previous question was rejected, andithe resolution was adopted. [The:result oflthi vote has been already telegriiphed.] In?the' firstvotc the Conservatives master2d in fill 'strenfigt, while the Mliniseridlists were sup ported bya. number of:Irish members. In' the second'Vote,the Opposition was reinforced by eiiveril Parnellitcs...The'. divisions...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

THOZ AS YO'U-NG AUCTIONEER. Stook, Station, Land, Finanoe, and Commission Agent, WILSON STREET. HORSHAd , ADVANCES made on Leasehald or Free hold Ccuntry Lands. Advances made un Town Properties. Advances marde on Wool for sale either in t te colony or in London. Aicultiral Macrhinery and Implements by the best Melbourne and Ballarat Makers, s, pl cd proitly. and o IjdEALTEfS. ery escn?-itn-f businesseonnectei with the Lands, and, other Government Lcepart cots ciioductcdprdmptly, efficiently; and economieslly. Fieeoi Life-insranees seffected i tlihe best conmpanies. Yates of Piolperty or Stock conducted in any part of the tolony. - AGET FOR Fisken and Gibson, Stock 'aann Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Iascell.a and Co.. wool and grain brokers,: Geelong. lThe Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. Balarat Permanent Building and Invest. ment Society. Valer for the Ballarat Banking Co.,Limited. Thl Australian Mutual Provident Life As...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

WILLIAM ADASMSON & CO , Produce Brokers, 20 Little Collins-street West.. MELBOURNE, R CEI VE consiinments of Grai, Floor. etc., for sale or storage, and make liberal advances thereon when required. Gsss- SALE held every Wednesday, and DAmr reonres Sale every Wednesday and rdy. Account sales furnished promptly. . ,. FORD & Co., GRAIN, WOOL, SKINS, IhU'ES AND TALLOW BROKERS, Advanccs made if required when -receive into Warehonse. 17 QUEEN-STREET, MELBOURNE. IllPORTAET TO .FARMERS W. & A. REID, MILLERS, GE.E LONG, STOlFE WHEAT FREE OF CHARGE ;.r IX MIONTHS, and make Liberal C Rh Advances at Bank rate' of interest. Caoaro tce market price at any time. , Wlte for particulars to above address. !To the Farmers of the ?VilunlCra. ,R. I. CLARK. of the. Union SMills, Horsham, begs to inform the Farmers of the Wimmera District that he has NEVER made any Charge. for Storage, and that he still continues ths practice of STORING FREE.. Statlionery and Faney Goods Repository...

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MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN REPORT. (THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

aMETlOURINE FLOUR AND '`GRAEN REPORT. (THE WEEK'S TRAsBAYcrONe) In the import market business has been ex ceedingly quiet, and though a fair demand has been experienced for ordinary ,wants, no inquiry for parcels baying existed,;'tihsnsae. tions as a rule have been of an unimpor tant character,'the larger and mor ' eitensire buyers earing little to operate with:auything like vigour. An air of quietness.in dcbnse. quence pervaded trade throughout Friday ;which, taking all circumstonces into account, is not more than could have been expected, as in the general markets there were no auction-sales to bring purehas-rs together and stihMulate them to activity. Breadstuff s continue to maintain as firm and as strong an aspect as we have been reporting of late, and if but few special lines of wheat: have been takeni upthat was more owing to the indipos. ition evinced by holders to press sales than from any vant of desire on the part of buyer to operate, and any sales effected have, there fo...

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

Commercial. " BHOSHAL WHEAT MARKET. 2 '";,mosomace, MoudnyEvenng. On Piddn somp parcels of wheat were quoted `at 6s3jd pereushbIbut on SaturdaJand today 62 was abouttthe avenge quotetion.

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LAND LEAGUE CONVENTION AT WASHINGTON. London, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

I.AND L1EAGUE CONVENTION AT WASHINGTON. London, April 14.. The tLa d leanpe Convention, which is shortly t. ssoembnle at Washington, is ex citing ver. litt'e interest in Ireland. The land le: ners are apathetic in the matter, and it is t thought likely that the con Tention w 1l be productive of any resnlts.

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A Touching Incident- [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

A Touching Incident A correspondent at New York sends to in English paper the following account of an interesting incident in connection with the wreath which, by the direction of the Queen, iur Minister at Washington placed on the coffin of.the late President :- As one of the committee I attended the funeral of the Presideit in the Capitolat W shiingtoni. On the head of the coffin was a wreath of flowers placed there by the British Minister by corni mand of the Queen. As^the coffin was re moved from the Rotunda to the hearse at the close' of the ceremonies; a bad from the Queen's wreath dropped off, andla high officer of the Government took it home to his wife, who was cbnfined to a sick bed, and put it in a glass upon a table by her side,l and informed' lier that there was a bud from the wreath sent by order of the Queen. The next morning the bud orened and disclosed in the centre of the flower a beautiful white dove. As the invalid looked upon this, to her mar vellous manifestati...

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A SHIP BURNT IN THE ATLANTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

A SHIP BURNT IN THE ATLANTIC. A bnn.rrg ship has been discovered in the Atlantic r,?.ean. There were no signs of the Crew, and .t was impossible to ascertain the resseol's n me.

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Water Conservancy. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

I roConservW A conference of delegates from the Stawell, St. Arnaud, Dunmunkle, Wim-. merd, and,:owa.h Shiri w4held at the Shire Hal,'StawellWe-t, on Thursday' for,;tlie-purp~p ieof qnslidering the adviiability'f a?d?pting Messrs. Gordon' and Black's scheme of water conser vancy, and what means would be.best.to take in order to carry it out. The following gentlemen were prr sent :--Crs.; Aeschimann,. Ollard,. Wet tenlall, Trouette, and Jennings. and Mr Clemes (secretary), Stawell Shire; Crs.. M'Donald (president),. Duncan, Comyn, and Breen, 'and Mir M3'Lan (secretary), Shire of Dunmunkle; Crs. Sutcliff (president),'Phillips; and Wat son, and Messrs Gorrie (secretary), and Farquhar (engineer), St. Arnaud Shire; Crs. M-Doriald (piesidnt). and M'Len nan, Lowan Shire; and Crs. Bell 'pre-. sident), Carter, and (4rant, and Messrs Bolton(secretary),and Brown(engineer), Wimmera Shire. Cr. Jennings, of the Stawell Shire, was voted to the clhir, on the motion of Cr. Eutcliff, seconded by Cr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

" ANTED, a General Servant.-Apply, Mrs. Ede, Crown Hotel. W ANTED, a Cook. and Laundress. Apply, Mrs; R. Clark,, Firebrace street. " ' ' W ANTED an EXPERIENCED FARM W LABOURER. -Apply, Mrs. Gay's farm, Balrootan. 1 SANTlED a General Servant, apply W Mrs. Martin Rasmussen. Pynsent street, Horsham. %V ANTED, a Smart.Youth for -country store, accustomed to Grocery. Apply, Mr. Little, Clark's Mills. ANTED Good Whieaten Hay. CHAFF. ,I. .ighest Price given at C.:Roohester'as ProdeidDalerpite National.:Hotel Wil?oii - miat;;Ho m TO LET.-A Blacksmith's ;Shop,' on easy Iro terma? . .god business.-Apply, T. I :od byW -I. SI'OLET..-The. SHOP and: DWELLING I now occupied byAh Gooeyas a drapery store. Rent 20s per week?-Apply, Thomas a Young: t:,. ,. .. . '. J IFOUR-ROOMED Cottage To LAt.-Apply I :T. YOUNG.. ' ALL parties indebted to the undersigned - at Noradjuha are requested.to forward the amount of their accounts to . Bond, Horsham.-JOHN BOND. . I'0 BE LET.-100 Acres' of Land, with 1 good su...

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The Rabbit Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

The Rabbit Plague. The rabbit plague is by no means a new one, for iti far back as t739 people in England werd troibled by them. In the Gentleman's sMagazine for that year we find the f, 1l ing advice given for stopping the depred.stions of the bunnies i "By those Who have treated of garlenin?, rabbits are always represented as the worst enemies to young plantations. It happened to my lot to have a rabbit-borough on the side of a hill, over pleasant bottoms which ap peared" disagreeable to the eye by the mould constantly turned up by raboits, and by the thistles and other rampant weds which. always grow thereon. I tras fondl of tay rabbits, and deslrons of a plantation on the hill, to caure the eye-sore; but I found in supportable difficulties in psreserving bath. At last I tried the method which proved effectual. "It came to my knowledge that rabbits have a natural antipathy to tar. iHo to apply it was the question; and my reason of doubting was that tar, though fluid, col tracts w...

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Death From Suffocation in a Ditch. MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

Death From Suffocation in a Ditch. :: MA. GISTERIAL INQUIRY. An inquiry into the circumstances resulting in the death of Thomas Symons, who was suffocated on Thursday night in a ditch, being a 'portion of the drain running across the flat off Wilson Street, in the direction of the river, was held on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, before Mr. .L P. Akehurst, P..%., at the National Hotel. The result of the in quiry was that the deceased came by his death accidentally. The following was the evidence adduced : John' Beer deposed: I am en apprentice to D. M'Calman, Saddler, of Horsham. I have seen the; body of deceased, Thomas Symons; this morning about live minutes to eight, I was coming into town to my work, when I saw the body of deceased lying face downwards in an open drain which carries away the drainage of the town towards the river; there was water in it but not much; deceased was lying with his mouth and face under the surface of the water-in the mad ; deceased lived in a tent on...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. FUNERAL OF THE BISHOP OF SYDNEY. London, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (M31 THE DAILY PAPERS) FUNhIRAL OF THE BISHOP OF SYDNEY. London, April 13. The far eral of the late Dr. Barker, Bishop of Sydnle-, will take place on Tuesday next. He will Ie buried at Baslow, in Derbyshire, where be Vrn; born, and was for severalyears the einun ent.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

LATEST INTELLIGENOC. ,] (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) i [Br ELEcraIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE,+.MONDAY. A girl was attacked with small-pox t to-day. The patient and mother were I at once sent by the Goveniment steamer a to the quarantine grounds, and all neces sary precautions taken. It turns) out a that Miss Southern, who.. is attacked, recently sltrved from Adelaide, where she was harmaid at the Imperial Hotel in Kins William street, at which hotel, the doctor who had attended on the t Garonno and Mirzapote passengers, was after their release, a constant visitor. She artlived in Melbourne on the 10th - April, and two days after she felt fevelish. Dr. Balls-Headley attended her as she got worse, and last night he discovr re. that it was small-pox. To-dy Mr. Bent, Commissioner of aRail ..ys, appeared at the City Police Court, charging a young man, well dressed. ,mined l'XKain, with an as saclt. IMr. Bent stated that on Satur day oiglt he was going to catch the 11.40 train at Ilobson's Bay...

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OUR GERMAN COLUMN. (SPECIALLY TRANSLATED FOR THE HORSHAM TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

OUR GERMAN COLUMN. ' (SPECIALLY TAA-SLATED PORn THE HORSItAI at TIn Es.) S , The Emperor received io the 11th Febra- h, rary the newly appointed French ambassador, of haran de Courcel, i. the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and expressed cc himself greatly pleased with the appointment w because the Baron had studied several years co in one of the German Universities, and had w resided nince, occasionally, in Germany, fe and, tisesefore, was well acquainted .with al German Affairs. After the audience the w Baron was received by the Empress, who ex- e' pressed herself greatly pleased,-as the Baron c0 was know to her before his appointment. p In-the Prussian Parliament the budget was passed, 'the only. objection raised was, that s 63,000 mriks; to hie expended to asist d certain newspapers, viz., the "Provincial Co'respondeace,"'slioiildber'sifek ohc,' bit o after much:wrangling the item ;was passed r The cosmmission appointed by theParhaIient, t to report upon the Governm...

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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

GAZETTE. The following transfer has been approved of :-Prom G. H. Parfrey and A. Phillips to Abraham Phillips, Kaniva. Alterations in the terms and conditions of the' following have been allowed:-Angus K. McDonald, Wallop; Johni'avies, Herell West; Daniel Murphy, Natimuk; John McDonald, Wallup; James McClure, Bunga lally; Donald McLean, Ashens. 1The following applications have either been refused, granted to other applicants, or vithdrawn:-Lachlan McDonald, Jallakin ; Robert WaUnace, D)unmonkle; George Walker, Karnak; George Walker, jun., Karnak; John Nisbett, Goroke. The following applications for leases' have been approved:-Ruth Bell, Werrigar, Eliza-. beth Lynch, Denmunkle; Williamenia C. McDonald, Wallop.

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SATURDAY MARCH 15TH. (Before Mr. R. H. Andrews, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882

SATURDAY MARCH 15TIL (Before Mr. R. H Andrews, J.P.) William Williams was charged woith having been drunk and disorderly by Sergeant Larkari and was fined 5. or the alternative of 2t hours iminprisonment.

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