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Horsham Police Court. (Before Mr. A. P. Akehurst, P.M.) DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882
Horsham- Police Court, M ? . - .?0?. (Before Mr. A. P. Akehorat, P.M.) DEBT CASES. illiam-J. Crass v. William Huckley. A summozis for the recovery of £1 10s 01, pro_ fessional servces. Summons extended fo John Bond v. W. Jones: A summone for the recovery of£3 12s for rent. Verdict for amount with 2a Gd costs. Charles M'Kay v. August Grandell: A summons for the recovery of £1 15s for work and labour done. Mr. Ireland for complain ant-. Struck out, summons- irregularly served.. - - ;) Charles M'Kay v. J abez Jones: A sm. mons for the recovery of £3 3s Gd for work nd Iiboun-done.rLMr.?Ireland for complaj_ aft,.Mr. Spread for defendant. Adjourned by consent on the payment of 10s Gd costsa WAGEs. Joseph Obermeyer v. Joseph Feebler: A. summons for the recovery of £2 3s wages. Mr. Twigg for defendant, and ther-s bein no appearance of'the complainant, the cG. was struck out with 10s Gd costs. Licenses. '.Jr. Perry appeared on behalf of Ilan'akr Smith and made an application that the bench w...
Miraculous Escape. Numurkah, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882
Bliraculous Escape. . Nmanorkabl April i5. A most miraculous escape from sundden death happened this evening on the Seymour and Nusurkah train. As the train was nearing Murchison station the passengers were suddenly thrown into the utmost con sternation: by hearing., loud and violent screams proceeding from one of the carriages. It was quickly r-ade known that a child had fallen out of the carriage, and every effort was made by the passengers shouting and yelling to bring the train to a standstill. At the time thetrain was going at full speed, and the guard did not hear the signals to apply the brake until over a mile had been traversed. The engine immediately re versed, and several passengers ran along the Inn never expecting to find the child alive. Their astonishment iand delight may bl imagined when they heard cries in the dis tance, 'nd presently came on, the little girl running breathless along the line crying.out for the train to stop. No bones werebroken; but the child has" ...
Railway Accidents, [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882
Railwa Accj,?nts, `RaIlaPy acoiide th Viotorian lines are becoming dangerously frequent, two fresh casunalties being reported on the subarban system during Sunday. On the arrival of the hall-past twelve p.m passenger train at St. Kilds the operation of bringing the enginei from the original front of the train to the opposite end was being performed by shunt ing it on to the side line, when the points either became deranged or were not properly manipulated, which caused the engine to crash into the standing train with consider able force. The canriages were partially up. set on the platform by the force of the col lision. Fortunately nobody was in the train at the time the mishap occurred, or doubt less they would have sustained a severe shaking. The rolling stock was damaged to some extent. The engine which caused ; the mishap was in charge of the stoker at the time, the driver having got off on the arrival of-the-train.-?The-second-aC-cida ft- hich occurred wasalsofortunatelyiinatt...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882
The Chief Secretary has received the fol lowing telegram from Dr. Bnlmer:-" Sor rento, 14th ' April, 1882. Barque Twee Vrienden, 568 tons, from Samarang, Java, seventy-nine days. Crew, seventy-seven.' Deaths, one, nosy buried; one: likely. to die to-night., All:.suffering- .from: surry and Lerrn Berri'; not infectious -or 'contagious. Havy granted pratique."
The Deep Lead Mystery. FURTHER PARTICULARS. Stawell, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882
The Deep Lead Mystery. FURTHER PAR'TICULAS. Stawell, Saturday. Now that the alleged perpetrator of a crime, which, when it was made public, astonished and horrified this community, has been arrested, the following particulars may not be uninteresting. I may premise them by saying that I obtained them from a thoroughly reliable source. From the time when the clothes of the murdered man were found the police had something to work upon in ferreting out what at one time appeared to be almost hopelessly a mystery. Detective Foster set himself to work to unravel the details and run the murderer to earth. The first thing to be done was to establish the fact that the murdered man was not a labourer named Frank A. Bellman. This was done almost to a certainty,when that in- dividual put the climax on it by turning up alive and well. Next there were circum- stances connected with the disappearance of a carrier named Flannigan. which rendered it likely that the remains found between here and Dee...
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 18 April 1882
Epitome of News. Thn Old Albion mill at Gawler was sold by auction to Dr. Popham for £5,250. Messrs Deakin, Pearson, and Mirams are said to be about to form a party. Victorian capitalists are entering into misn ing enterprise at Young, N.S. W\. r. Wolfe Fi, k has withdrawn from the contest for the representation of Geelong. It is currently reported that Kirk will be accepted as Que~u's evidence in theinsurance fraud cases. During the past quarter £50 has been re ceived at the Albury Custom-house as a poll tax on the Chinese entering the colony across the border. ? , Wm.n Peterso~ ; while working.in a brick. ar?d. at Blackwood, S.A., was' killed by getting entangled in the machinery, when potting :on the belt without?bilowi~n 'the engine. General Skobeleff declares that uponhonour and conscience he hates war.2 'He says that he has had.21,000 killed while under his com mand, inmdthat he realises all that is sicken ing, cruel, odious, and atrocious in the mili tary profession. Cobden o...
THE LONDON WOOL MARKET. March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
THE LONDON WYOOL 3AlKET. I March 10! Messrs. SBADERSON, MoRRAy A?ND Co, rort :-R. lhefirst sea~e 8sales for 1 opened on tlih 28th ulto with a full .tntendance of home and foreign buyers. Biddings were animated, and as far as one could judge from the somewhat meagre catalogue of the opeb ing night, prices were about equal to the .average. rates ,of,. the-o.o er and Dc omberseries.J fOn te li?et iht of the sales a4bett er"?leetdvna re and prices for merinos ware firm all round, while fine crossbreds, both washed and greasy, showdd a clear pdvaice of Id on last sales, and tll lots of this description were well competed for. The very low prices ruling for homhe wools, and the de ressee, tqne of the Bradford market, for some time bac. secluded much chande of 'n'impiovemenf ttking place in' wools of the Lincoln and Leicester type, and these qualities are weak at the closing of last rates. During the week the market has hardened a little, and sow in addition to the advance on flue crosebre...
FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE LAND LEAGUE. London, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
FINAsNCIALPOSITION O' f LAND London, April 17 fJri,?i ,Paotridcaj , er ýa nrer ot the 'ýrieh 14 itJio eagiie; states that they total funds subscribced onabehalf of the League amount to £188,000;- which lincludes £3,800 receivedtrom Australia, and' £1S,000 from the Irish. A balasce of £60,000 is still available. .
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1882. Water Borers. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
ie VorsJbrnt 6imell PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1882. IT is a matter deeply to be regretted. that, when the operations for boring for water.. were commenced, ther:mishap should" have happened-of the-experi ment being' made 'vith ??ecr~iption of implements[and appliances by no means adaptidfortheipii ose. The failurde which has happened at Murra Warem, ba"-ibeen repeated not only at St. Arnaud, but at Dunmunkle, and froa the extract which ove,?givfronfthe P. .: N.ews i -niotlior-ortoids ff this issue, it will be seen that the machinely ofthe Tiffen water-borer does not ap-: pear to be adapted to go through the description of. country required of it. If it works ?'ell at the commencemenit of any operation undertaken, before the here reaches to anything like the depth sought to be g.ined, owing to. tlie natur?:of the coiatry~ it has to pass ligroughaadtb?e consequent ,additional strain- put upon it, such weakness is manifested that the work already ac complish...
RESTORATION OF CETEWAYO. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
RESTORATLON OF CETEWAYO. The House of :Comnmons reassembie&: yesterday afternoon after the Easter recess. In reply to a question as to the'intention of the Government in regard to the restora tion of Cetewayo, now a prisoner in the Castle at Capetown, Mr. Gladstone said that' it was possible that Cetewayo might be set at liberty, and restored to his people, if th[ inquiries which were being instituted proved-' that such a course would be beneficial in Zululand.