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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

IA0CALTObI'ICS. *-. .. . . . . . Tnri supplement with this morning's issue of the Times, in addition to the first ifstal ment of the new novel "Grit," by Donald Cameron, will also be found to contain a very fine poem by Will Carleton, the perusal of which, we think, is lihkely to be peculiarly interesting to our farming friends. : E are sure that our town readers':iillbe glad to learn that the directors of the Heor- c sham Gas Company.have, at last;uccepted w tenders for the various works,, and thiy have 1 telegraphed to their engineer, Mr. Bowman, s, to push oil matters "as. speedily as possible. About 600 shares have been. disposed of, but the directors, who will-presently be called i upon to take considerable pecunioay sespon- t sibility in order to provide funds for carrying I on the works, are anxious to dispose of two B hundred more shares, which they certainly it shouldhare no difficulty in doiig. 'We feel a persuaded that many of the shareholders could easily increase the nu...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

WILLIAM ADAMSON & CO., Produce Brokers, 20 Little Collins.street West, MELBOURNE, lECE1VE consionments of Grain, Flour, etc., for sale or storage, and make ibberal advances thereon when required. Gailoc Sasi held every Wednesday, and DaVBY RonDIcE Sale every Weeadisaay nai Fridy. Account sales furnished promptly. J. RJ . FORD 8 Co., GRAIN, WOOL, SKINS, HIDES AND TALLOW BROKERS, Advances made if required when receive into Warehouse. _ 17 QUEEIjSTHEET, MELBOUBEE. IMPORTANT TO': FA?iiMER-K W. & A. REID, MILLERS, GE.E L@ON G, STOE WIIEAT FREE OF CHARGE for SIX MONTHS, and make Liberal Cash Advances at Bank rate of interest. Guarantee market price at any time. Write for particulars to above address. ,To the Farmers of the Wimmera. M R. R. CLARK. of the Union Mills, Horsham, begs to.iaform' the Farmers of the WVimmera District that he has NEVER made any Charge. for Storage, and that he still continues ths practice of STORING FREE. Stationcry and Fancy Goods Repository, WIL...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. April 18th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. April 18th. Messrs. J. R. FORD & Co. report : A further advance in the price of wheat which ,is now quotc at.6s,7dto 6,9dperbus helfor god to primensil othersortsii propor tion. Flour.£14 5s per ton for con branh . ,ad-?14Ss-per ton ior town milled -Ots, prime milling, 4s 4d per bushel; prime feed, from 3s 10d to 4s Id per bushel. Barley, prim malting,from 4a 41 to4s 7d per bushel; 'Cape oidifeedrrom;45 to'rTidpeebhhbu'g Bran, Is 9d per bushel; sharps,'Is 9md oer 'bushelrg rom 4s lG to 4s 9d per bushel.

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

Commercial. HORSHAIL WHEAT MARKET. d: Tmesofce, Thursdarxveng. khLt may be quotead a being worth 6e per bnah ut ong to the small quantity coming no the businaes teransated has been merely nominal

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The Story of a Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

The' Story;df a Murder SThe -Vienn' correspondent"of the "Daily News" writes : A very remarkable instance of, an unjust sentence, caused by : the verdict of 11 jurors out,,12, has, been cleared il., :It is, indeed,. the gei~eral topic of con versation _ihere. On the 3rdi of April nearly four years ago, a-girl was found dead in her room, with an enipty glass lying near her"on the ground, an:d with? marks on. her "necki that shnwed she bid 'been throttled by a strong hand.' She was healthy and tall, and known among her friends for her saving disposition. But her little hoard of money and jewels were found intact at the bottom'of her truink, and her room hiving a door which com inunicated with. the room' of another) girl of the saeile'character, with whom she 'had often quarrelled, and who was I known to envy her as being byfur the prettier of the two, suspicion 'at once fell upon this' neighbour, one Kate 1 Steiner. She was arrested together with the landlady of both girls and a haird...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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MR. LOWELL AND THE AMERICAN "SUSPECTS." [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

M&. LOWELL AND THE AMERICiAN ".... "SUSPECTS."_ i *(;; The statement that Mr- James Rusiell Lowell, the United States Minister in Lon' don, has deman ed that the Americati "nspectu" shall'"either be immediately bro-ught to trial or at.onceareleased is con tradicted. -l Mr. Lowell.has imade no demand respectingithem. '.

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Loss of a Steamer and Twenty Lives. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

Loss of a Steamer and Twenty Lives, The steamer Bahamas.. Captain Art wood, belonging to the Quebec: Steam ship Cdmpany; which saile `d from Porto Ric aon.February 4, was lost ina' gale a. week afterwards. The seas poured over the decks. carried away the bulwarks.and two of the four lifeboats, and finally swept through the engine ioom hatches and extinguished the fires. The vessel ultimately became Unmanageable, and the two; remaining lifeboats :.were. launched. That con taining the captain and !."'nine teen others was swamped imimediately, and allnoi board were lost. The other boat, containing thirteen persons, kept afloat for twelve hours,--- and was rescued by the 'Glenmoray, of Glasgow Captain Dawson, which arrived .t New York on February 15, bringing the survivors, passengers and crew. Two lifeboats had been crushed to atoms by a sea, but two boats remained, and ,to launch these in a furious storm and from a ship? rolling amid mountainous waves .was: a feat of. the utmost diffi...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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AGITATION BY MR. BRADLAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

AGITATION BY MR. BRADL1UGgi \Ir. Ch il radlao gh, M.P., for North ampton, has commenced an .gitation-for the -ight of members ofParliameaetho biject to taking an oath toiiiike an affirmation.-:: He wilt?address meetiIgo on?.the oention throo~hoout the couotry. -- - I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

H A R O qR1O Tf..E.R. 1 S -raolno i ? -.:(Late Harcourt and ;Saunders) OT :1. CASH° .DRAPERS',; DIMBOOLA;i AND.. 'iNHILi? t: HAVE JUST OPENED their NEW GOODS forj the Aun nalnand' inter Seasons, IlL comprn n?is:n :...-:: .-.. T. . . D'pe?'(in all its Branioes) ,'i othing Boots, and Fanoy Goods :; WVith these New Good-, Blankets, Flannels, Wiceys. Plain and ;Fancy Dress'i Stnff, Hosiery; Men's and Boys' Clothing',`Ladies' Hats (both trimmed' and, 'untrimsmed),1 and GeneralDrapery, we can trithfsllystatq thatrouis:'as-one of the Finest and Best-asslorted tocks in the District. i1,"r::r BekoIebuying Winter Godslthe'Pnli lofDimboola and sarrondig dstriets will do well to look in and judge for themselves of the' GRAND VALUE to be obtained from A O 'R OTRT R'R THER S;',?' : Victoria, House, IDimboola a.id Nhill (5 WHEELER WILSON'S BEWING'MAO'HINES may be obtained from H. Brothers on Tiimne.paymeit'of 2d'66.PE. W .EER. ,, FASHIONABLE TAILO1RNG ESTABLISHMENT: W. JEFFE RY PAULL, WILSON . STR...

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Death from Neglect. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

Death from Neglect,. JMr. Candler. the district coroner, held an .inquest on Saturday, at East St. Kilda, on the remains of a boy named Timothy Sullivan, aged six years, who died on the previous day. It appears that a Mrs. Williams, of Caul field, had made application to board some children from the Industrial Schools, in January last, and the deceased boy and his brother were accordingly handed over to her, care, with instructions to acquaint the regu larly 'appointed medical man in case the children were ill. On the day following the children's arrival at Mrs William's house, Dr. Llewellyn, of Prahran, was called in- to attend the deceased, who was supposed to be suffering from hoopinog cough, ringworm and ophthalmia. The doctor continued his at tendance upon the child until the 20tk of March last, when he had recovered from all his ailments, with the exception of a slight -cold. Dr. Llewellyn heard nothing more from Mrs, Williams until about half-past nine on the morning of the 1...

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TRICKETT AND HANLAN. London, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

TRICKETT AIDIHANLAN. London, April 18! - The approaching "acullilg match for £5000 a-side, to be rowed on the (Thames on the 1st May, between Edward fanlan, of Toronto, and Edward Trickett, of New South Wales= is attracting attention. The betting iA 4 to I on Hanlan. Trickdtt is well and con tident. He weighs 12st. b10b.

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EXPERIMENTAL SHIPMENT OF GRAPES. London, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

_ IPERIENT .SH PA E I G' RA-JPEP P ', London, April 17,l The experimental shipteent of 10 case of table grapes sent to England by the s.s Liguria on her last voysga from Sydney by Mr. Joseph Cox, of Ryde, and Mr. Hovl! has proved a failure. !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

:'AUSilALL&N Hiift DRcoTOaolt is confidently: 'reS?oime?edd s.beongfar superior toEn-lish 'and Ai ican' pr?arations. (no matteri?iow 'grat their'pretensions), and imuch cheaper It..throoghly' cleanses the head' fromii ddni" ariiff, promotes new growth, and a single ,bottlewill positively restre grey or Ifaded hair to its oripinal.colour, ac.. beauty: ro pri i mi aed B iMA. J. etailed by all ChemistFin the-colony. Price, 3s 6d. -Atent : c'.. lS .KioER tCae & Ado .] OW'IT S l1ONE.Thie ?eat objoct in life with ebh American people is to 'azor nice ; the'sobbnd, how, to retain good health. The frst can be ob tined by energy, honesty and saving; the second (good health), by using GOnEerxs Ansroc y.LOW . ohouldo vbu be a despondentauffeir from ny of the effects of Dyspepsin, Liver Complnint, Indigestion, to., such as Sick Headache, Palpitation of the leart, Sour Stomachl Habitual Costivenesas, Diszi .aess of theHead,'Nervous Prostration, Low Spirits, Ac., yOaunied not suffe...

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FIJI PETITIONS FOR SELF-GOVERNMENT. London, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

FIJI PETITIONS POR SELF.GOVERtN. MENT.f London. April 18.1 A petition has been received by th? Colonial Office from the white residents 'in: Fiji, praying that they may be allowed self. government and parliamentary institutidns. instead of the present system of gevernment, which is that of a Crown colony.

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THE AMERICAN "SUSPECTS." [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

THE AMERICAN " SUSPECTS." The American "suspects," imprisoned in; Ireland have refused to redeive their liberty on the condition of their q litting the country.. Mr. J. Russell Lowell, the United States Milinister in London, demands that the` '' suspects" shall be immediately brought ito' trial, or at once released.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE GARONNE'S MAILS. London, April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

EUROP$EALN '-TELEGRAMS. I (F'-TB03 7Hei DaUL hPAPE THE GARONNE'S MAILS. Londoi, April 17. Gaonel 'ylti ala deliere ,"raa-and maiyia iglicl let i lonrc v'tie 3ýd i}t.:b9., the Garonne were.)deliq~vered .·here.,.to-da vid

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

S T INTELLIGENCE. TRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) [ EcrsIc TELEORAPsH.] Mrir. ufan, the newly appointed judge, opined the court at Sandhurst -to-d fdr the first time. The Ford Enquiry Board expect to fwish takjod evidence .pnTeesdxa . y taned a erdict of £20 at the Countv 1Court against the proprietors of the - "World' for professional services. Defendants paid £15 into court as suf The experiment made this more ning on the Brighton line shopvs that Leith, the driver of the Brighton express, which ran into a stationary train at Windsor statibn some weeks ago, was solely responsilble for the accident on account of running the train at too great a speed. No further spread of small-pox is reported. The quarantine regulatio.s in reference to the infested house in Swanston - street are being strictlyl carried out. A reply has been receied from the health authorities in Adelaide -sc6itimngithe-oeaeidetldt Miss Soetljon: contracted-the-disease-from the house maid Quirk. I -- -. Mr. Billing was swor...

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A SWINDLE EXPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

A SW IDE EXPOSED. I The,International Law Agency, which has a-branh?" in Melbourne,and which professes to, recovyerlmclaikmd_ lnoiyleorf absent heirs, has collapsed, after victimising nnumerous: persons.- The-swindlers-have--absconded. The Treasury will prosecute them. I. London, April 181 Mackenzie, the manager of the Manchester brapch of theInternational Law Agency, has beenar~rresteii-r i!- ?%t' j, /

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SHAW'S ELEVEN OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

. •SHAW'S ELEEN, NGLAND.) :, leporto aip 'm.currtb ., t..vo imembeis o£ Shaw's team of dprri !their rfcenti tkstralian tour conspired with the bookmakers. The ,statements haw p&o .ie~e4Oi'.sezif rao&ndth fi^Bero de mand that'a searching inquiry should be helddW'.t ,lish or disprove the allegations. 0

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Water-Borers. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

Water-Borers. o- Whether it be want of intimacy with the manner of working the " Tiffen" water-borer, 4 r whether too high expectations were formed as to its capabilities we cannot say, but the Dunmuokle Shire Council's ,experience of its utility so far has not been very favourable, at least where hard ground is concerned. When the borer was sent to the Shire Hall at Rupanyup, Cr. Duncan, who is possess, d of some knowledge about machinery, was asked by the President to try it prior to the Council meeting last Monday. • That gentleman ac cordingly set it to work on a public reserve near his mill, so that he could supervise its working, and expended about £14 in working it. After getting down for some distance the auger encountered hard cement,, and the strain on it was so great that Cr. Donscan, fearing a break, withdrew the rods and started another bore. In this he was equally un successful... As soon as the cement- was reached the same ditfficulty was experienced. Meanwhile the fo...

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