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Railway Accident at Traralgon. Traralgon, (Tuesday.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
Railway Accident at Traralgon, (Tuesday.) An accident wýziibh? ighth:a?v?li?eat'.f tended with disastrous consequences oe cnrred:hereto-day to the morninf pasaaenggr trainfrothrMelbourhn to Sale; Twhich is-du~ here at:-12.35 midday. . Immediately, after leaviig the station ardd betweeni it and the bridge across Traralgon Creek, about .300 yarihs nistantT'a cow got bn;the line! and all. tl'e ~ariisgs, with the exceptien of the post-. office and guard's van,.passed.safely over it., 'The tIwo Iatte,'lhowever, leftthe rails, about a lhundred yards on the station side of the bridge, and continued running on the sleepers till' the tVaii 'reached the middle of the bsridje,wrvlich'isabout G600f: long aind 0ft: high in the centre.. For :idistance of lOft. or 40ft. theomarks of the wheels arer plainly discernible along the" gravel beanis which undoubtedly saved the entire, traii friom? being precipitated from the bridge into the creek below. The line is now completely' blocked, and two gangs ...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
nnI- ' .LLANEOUS. At Kingsbrid, , Devon, on 7th March. MIr. WVilliam Elliott, surgeon, was charged with attempting to murder bliss Polyblank, his landlady's danghter. The depositions of bliss Iolyblank had been taken, and these '-ere read in court. The prosecuentrix states that she heard screaming; that the prisoner -vas following her, sh,,uting, "Your hours are numbered." She ran affrighted to her ror m. and the prisoner followed. She tried :o push him,and remembered no more. Dr. JJohn Elliott (who was no relative of the pri. soner) stated that on hearing the report of firearms he entered Mrs. Polyblank's house with air. Southoo-d, a neighbor. The pri boner was inside the front door, bearing the gun at the " order." Southwood wrenched it from him and ran upstairs. Witness ex -laimed, " Youwretch, you have done it." and trisoner replied, ?'es, I have done it. She is upstrars." Prisoner then rushed at aritness, who closed with him, and even; tualiy upon assiotance arriving he was ove...
WARRNAMBOOL. April 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
WARRNAMBOOL r (Fom our ow Corresordnlt) ' April 15th. &.assmeetiing held in the Oddfellowvs Ha, l cotened by the various clergymen olliciatinh .iithe'district, and presided over by the mayor, resolutions were carried in fT-ro. of a series of Bible lessons being introduced intc the curriculum of the State schoolsa. league was also formed, and a irge number present enrolled themselves as members to further the object of the meeting. _The-facilitiesfor loading-vesel a. oar port is growing quite iniadeqniE- f,--g in??a . creasing,business.; The m?n employed at the jetty have'to'work night and day to keep e riea ampoý i~ri'uthee'o ol days, caused solely by their inability , cou tiie work anylonge. without a prblir rest Vessels of-very?.arge tonagae are detained beyohdtlir limited tin?e, than inva lvina loss ofldemurrage'fees upon the charterere? The low prices th at have been raling for potatoes anedother farm produce hu-s induoad "a large number of farmars to holl b.,ac fir thoe...
WARRACKNABEAL. April 20th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
.-WARRACKNABEAL, -le (From our own Corresponhded.) On Monday last a lal -named Donnely was arrested-by the police for robberies of various kinds. He was engaged by Mr. Panivitch, a selectorthere, and on Sunday last, when his employer iwatl? absent,. he ewalked ofi with various article not his own. Senior-con stable Ryan apprehended him on the Mon dy.ur: fnd'the has since received a sentence 1'-"of- ' seven days'- 'imprison ment.. Other chales are pending. --The rabbits are disappearing, but wild dogs are in the ascendant. Mifr.Scott states that the last week. Tho rabbit exterminator is a success, but I am. afraid that some of the unnecessary quantities. The Cannum sports promise cto be some thing aovethe averageand Itrst the endea. vours of the committee will he alpreciated :bythe public in a liberal bestowal' o- their patronage e. The dryneos of the- iewether' ia~bausing muchanxictyto the farmers: . , i Ada OhtorO4. Saiiel Carter, : years o living about a mil- rom I tm5 rmaeg. tl l...
MURDER AND SUICIDE IN CHESHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
MURDER AND SUICIDE IN CHESHIRB, Chester, Wednesday, March 1.--A sad case of child murder and suicide was in restigated this .:veeuig at Keleall by Mr. henry Churtn, coroner for Cheshire. Isabella, the wife of Samuel Roberts, butcher and publican, residing at the Royal Oak Inn, Kels:ll, on Tue.Sday cut the throat of her female child. an-eid four menths, with arazor, and then cut her own throat, bothdying in a few minutes. slra. loberts was ayoungwoman of 21, very well educated, and possessed'of great beauty. .She had been married but little over three years, and the happiest relationship seems to have existed between her and her husband. Since the birth of her second child she had become ex. esedingly despondent, and subject to halluc. inations. She would not suckle the child she murdered mare than a month, declaring that if she did os the child would become as mand as she was. She requested her husband to place her in an asylum, as she was tired of life. On Tuesday her husband, obse...
LONDON LARRIKINISM [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
LONDON LARRIKINISM Conridec nlle attention has recently been given to the numeo s ous ouages in orstreets. lsufiinism lias it, n audaciously active. Fo, ye:rs p:st there Itre been times and laces whet certain of .i:e young folk have thought fit to astclble a ;l arrogate to themselves in tounh ho.teplT:y the exclusive use of the pavem.nlt. I.Decoes Islington was for many monthls distorlted by this nuisance, and Sumlay afternoo was chosen as the suitable hour oe frolic. The sport was presently imi tated in o:her loabtltes. But these disorderly proceedings wer- by and by surpassed by the novementsta ,f confederated gangs, which' enmetimnc surer is d the helpless passenger, and -letiles t a c w:.r upon each other.- The Thames embirt::?:ent was the scene of many acts of senI.1 ,ileuce. It is a splendid, roadway, the pri. ,if our newer city. All Londoln was stat A I, however, to hear, a few days since,that i :d from the south had been fallen npon by r,..ne roughs from the. north, and beat...
MAIL NEWS. MR. FORSTER'S SPEECH ON IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
MAJIL NEWS.L MIR. FORSTER'S SPEEC ON IRELA D New York,7th Marh -~Xl=iA ca p~cial to he "Hcerald" from Tullamore of the 6th says :-Mr. Forster made here to.day a very important speech to a crowd assembledj out aide the hotel. He said the reason hd had undertaken a personal tour was to see whether the stories which came to Dublin. Castle were exaggerated. He was very sorry that he found thean to a great extent true. Ir Forstericontinued: "But ther is one wnaut among the Irish people, namely, the deter muination to stand against the majority around them or even against the noisy and -violent minority. Those who o.;e.::.?- nrages are broken-down men and violent, reck less bayo. Whether you stop them or not, it is the duty of the Government to do so. It is especially my duty to stop them. The instigator of outrages will have several powers to contend with, namely, the Irish Government-though, perhaps, the, think they csn defy that-also the Imperial Government and the people of Great Brit...
RUPANYUP. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE A. & P. SOCIETY. April 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
RUPANY?UP?. ;, (From our own Corresposdcnt.)' April17. THE A N13AL ýMEETING OF THE A. & P. SOCIETY. :.!The Annual meeting of the Agrieultural and Pastoral Society was held in the State school, Iupanynp, on the 15th inst., the President, Mr. M. Bodoey in the chair. The balance sheet fo: the last year and, auditors report were received and adopted. It ap pears that the society keeps steadily progres sing. The first effort of the hind in the locality were confined to ploughing matches. The next noticable progress was a horse parade and implement show, &c. In 188(1 the society was remodeled to its present con stitution,, under) the able Presidency of J. Cromie, Esq., J'.P.,aad held a suceissfuL show.of agricultural, pastoral, dairy, and manufacturing commodities, live stock, fancy goods, &c., &c.. Last year-the shos,was a marked imprpvement on the preceding- one, and: the'large nummber of subscribers present at the annual meetinig, and thi geeral tone of ...
MR. PARNELL'S PAROLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
_1MR . FPARRELL'S PAROLE. '.The week's parole granted to Mr. Chas Strart Parnell, M.P., to enable him to visit Paris, expired today, and great surprise has been expressed that the honourable gentle men has not yet .surrendered.himself. A re. nort is current thathe has been shot while en resuteto London, but it is generally be .lisied that hl istill inaiisi.: . i. Mlr. Parnell, it appears, is tll in France, and is stayieg in the country districts. away from Paris. There is,notruth in the rumour of the attelmpt beingi mdi to shoot him.i
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882
SEpitome of News The loss: to Englan, by 'the last three' years' bad harvests is estinted 'at nearly o£50,00,000 a year. ; ;, . r A trial of the Westinghonse.brake ie to be` made on oir linesseliottly. ' '" .:,? At the Government land; sale an ?llotmenbi of 30 perches at Souithi Brsbane wvassoldlor. £2700. . - when? .fr7ee Jones eaid £50,000 too i160 agaiisot Navigator-for theiMelbdoriie Derb?ol and Gu&rz for the Cop.i nka, n prisoder, whilst beingb co veyed to Townsville for trial, jumped over. board from the steamer, at Bowen, and was drowned.' : ":., : A report from Lake MaoJiiIHeads sttes :tliat n:fiaherman 'thered was eized by a shark on'Saterday last'from alongside his lMr..Alfre.4 Tenysony isengaged ianwitiihig a poem, on the. marringe of Prince Leopold' -A similar complimetlosw paid?to the Prince of Wales ;nd Dake pf Bdinbargb. Lieutenant Fredericks, who wa6 left bhin ji when the RuBiau , adoniquitt Vitiai Kzloo"dhrtanrh aogiinfy to re- - quit the colony. I -.' , Y'T...