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Dunmunkleshire Council. (CONDENSED FROM P.C. NEWS). [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

Dunmunckleshire Council. -- - S(CO DEN PRBOqqF . :NEWS). The rhmonthly' meetig of "the abovq council aras held at ,the 'shire oflice;. ~Rupanytip, on =Monday. Present-= Ors. M'Donald (president, in the chair), Morris, Flett, Young, Duncan,_Carroll, Bennett, Breen, and Comyn. Cr. Morris introduced a deputation - from Minyip, concerning having a doctor. at that place. The President informed the members of the .deputation that their ,wishes would receive devery consideratioi. Cr. Morris then introduced another deputation to ask the council not to accept tenders for sinking a well at Coromby. The reasois urged were that the people could not get at the water. They asked that a few hundred bricks might be put in to keep the well right, and a t windlass and bucket would be sufficient to, enable the ratepayers to get the water. The well was on a reserve, and I if it were bricked for six or seven feet the water could be used at once, and another and larger well could be sunk I at leisure. Th...

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

hes. geug'S ýQ1 :. THOMAS YOUiNG AUCTIONEER. Stook, Station, Land, Finanoe, and Commission Agent, WILSON STREET. IIOR?IA3M1 ADVANCES made on Leasehld or Free hold Country Lands. Advances made n' Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in tie coiony or in London. Agricultural. lachinery and_.Iplement by the best Melbourne and Ballarat Makers, alplcd promptly, and on LcnEMAL Trams. lver?. description of business' cosnected withthe Lands, and .other Goverament -Departmenstscanldu'tedttpromptl? efficiently' nd economically. :. ?.. Fire and Life lnsurances effected in...the best companies. Sales o I'l'roprly or Stock ~onducted in any part Uf the olony. _ AGENT FOR .Firken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. :Decns .Lascello and Co.. wool and grain bIrokers, Geelong. t he Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire .Insurance:Co., of New Zland. - - Ballar.tt Permanent Buildiing and Invest. ment Society. Valuer for the Itallarat Banking Co., Limit...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

MARRIAGE LLOYD—MacRAE.—On the 19th inst., at the Presbyterian Church, Horsham, by the Rev. Mr. Taylor, Robert A. Lloyd, of Hamilton, to Isabella, third daughter of   Duncan McRae, Burnt Creek.  

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The Deep Lead Murder. Stawell, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 April 1882

The Deep Lead Murder. Stawell, Wednesday.   It has transpired in reference to the Deep Lead murder case, that a publican named   Fergues, a resident of Stawell, received a letter purporting to be from Forbes, the man supposed to be murdered, two days after the finding of the headless trunk. The letter stated that he (Forbes) had been busy har- vesting in the neighbourhood of Murtoa, and would forward to Fergues £5 part of which was to pay a debt he owed to Burns, the man who has been arrested on the charge of murdering Forbes, and the remainder to re- lease his (Forbes's) watch which was   pawned in Stawell. No subsequent letter came, and the letter, although dated at Murtoa, was posted at some post-office further north. It is suspected that this letter was written by the prisoner to avert suspicion, and active inquiries are being made into the matter. Witnesses will be brought to prove that when Forbes was last seen he was in company with Burn...

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Suspected Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

Suspected Murder. A discovery was made on Saturday morn ing which points to the conclusion that an act of foul play was committed in the Friendly iocieties' Gardens on Friday night. During the morning a report was conveyed to the Russell.street Barracks that a man was lying dead in the Friendly Societies' Gardens. The body was first seen by a boy who had gone into the gardens to see if he could pick up anything after the previous day's demonstration. He at once ran to Mr. Purdy, the caretaker, an 1 told him that there was a man lying dead in the trench near the Swan-street entrance. Prior to tiat a bulldog had attracted attention to a pool of blood about fifty yards distance, and when the body was found it appeared to have been thrown into the trench. It was that of a lian about 40 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches in heigth. The face was considerably lacer ated, bruised and spotted with blood, and the blue appearance of the skin appeared to indicate that he hat been choked. On the brea...

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Tragedy in Russell-street. ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

Tragedy in' Russell-street. ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE. (roM THE AGE.) The people in the neighbourhood of the central portion of Russell-street were about noon on Sunday thrown into a state of the greatest excitement, consequent upon learn ing that a most determined attempt had been made by a foreigner to murder a young girl named Elizabeth Maher, the niece of:thi proprietor of the Exford Hotel, which is situated at the corner of Russell and Little Bocrke streets, and the general consternation was further intensified when it became known that the perpetrator of the dreadful crime bad immediately afterwards inflicted a:; oeua upon himself which, in all" probability, would prove fatal. There were numbers of rumors flying about concerning the affair, many of which were of course greatly exag gerated, and it was with some difficulty that a properly connected account of the occur rT nee could, out of the several different ver sions, be procured. It appears, however, that the first inti...

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A Peculiar Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

: >A Peculiar Case. A peculiar case came on for hearing at thl City Bmeh on Friday. A fin,- o!;ilin womta Etty Kilduff, who appearedl if.f :e i, a am l attired in full iiascuiline ,..:e.' " at charged with insulting beh:.ri er in a pu!bie place. From her stalwart phi:o, sue and m.? culine manner it was dificult a first t1 r1s" lise that she was a weoman .' quierslinsl male attire. From the evi l.e c of Coolstabe Connelly it appeared that she ;asr peramb latingin the neighbourhoed ol f 'ing sstret'n theapparelihe then wore oh . out one o clock Thursday morning, and on hi; :ecst5ing hO she endeavoared to elude his :?o .tiny, bat3 certain awkwardness in her mnnelcr rte' firmed the suspicions lihe h:ad pt .riauly etn' tained that she belonged to t:c o1ppoi- i?a: and he accordingly arrest, d her, and moved her to the watch'sa.e:. Onn i'n' questioned by the Bench sh' ;aited thli.as was the wife of a cabman r :i !'ag at Cli wood, and that she had a'::ir.'l her-e if masculine costume for...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

Epitome of News.?. -o? A Chinese firm at Cooktown hare selected 1500 acres for the cultivation of cofee,pepper and rice.. Rice of a quality superior to the imiiported article has been grown by a Chinese gardener at Cooktown. ?:Voltaire was the first writer in France to recommend the adoption of inoculation. for, small-pox to the people of his country..:: In most of the larger, towns of Germany art classes-ha. e been established forniechan ics, and are largely attended. A?B eaorminos alligator,' 20 feet long, hasi been seen in.the Fitzroy River, below,ltock-i hampton. _uobert Lamont, charged with attempting to commit suicide at Williamstown recently, hlis-been cautioned by the. magistrates and, discharged. "A-movement for the establishment of a. League for the introduction of Scripture reading in State schools has been begun: in Warrnambool. -It i3 estimated that fully 150 bullock teams have perished on the road from: Dubbo and Carcoar during the present season from scar city.of feed...

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CORRESPONDENCE. AN APPEAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HORSHAM TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. AN APPEAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE' HORSIAM TIMES. ..Srn,-Permit me,. through your columns, to submit to the considerationof the public the following facts :--That after?:aving been in the hospital.4 .weeks. and hsaviig.le· that institution ,about a fortnight ago, not cured from asthma, .I wish to find my.way to 'Ballart;" tO 'lmy, friends,. biut am. without means, earni~g nthling during the last 'six 4weeks.-?Yonu'.d& .. O . HENRY E. MONSBOURGHE. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

AUSTRALnAl HMiTltESToREi~ is confidently recommended as being far superior to English and American preparations (no matter how great their pretensions),-and-much cheaper It ]throughly cleanses the head from dan" drilf, promotes new growth,- and a single bottle will positively restore grey or fade I hair to its original colour ar.. beauty. Pro. prietorsPisEMEs andBAsRTLEfrAN. Retailed by'all Chemist/Tin the colony. Price, 3s 6d. --Atents!: A. T Sr.KRnoERn&Ca. fAdýT.] HOWIT_ISlDONE.-The first object in lie with nh'American people is to oer nicn ; the second, how to retain good health. The first can be ob tained by energy, honesty and saving the second tgoodhealth), by nsing GREfes AoanST FLoWnRn. Sheold eon be a despondent sufferer from any of the effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Indigestion, c., such as Sick Headache, Palpitation of the Heart,;Sor Stomsac, Habitual Costiveness, Dizzi. ess ofithe Head,.Nervous Prostration, Low Spirits, c., ypq.neoed not sufler'another.da...

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1882. Water Storage. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

--o PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1882. . Water Storage. IT is to be sincerely hoped that the glorious downpour of rain with which we have been' favoured may in no way danmp'the ardour of the ·various local 'bodies in carrying out the work of watr.. cnservation. :We are all too apt to forget our troubles so soon 'dn as they are over, and act as:if we shouIld never experience them again. We need not point. .out what a characteristic traitit is in hdman nature to centre all f ho pe aindfeasi~ithe , present, and to await the future as best it may. And we-think it is just possible after the refreshing rain we have ex periencedthat in the, space of a few heu'? alhe Privations and troubles of thee withl regard to the water ftiJe Abe nner ,forgotten- or ignored. 't is solely from this fear that we would impress not only upon the members of the various Shire Councils, butalso upon our farmers individually and collectively, the absolute 'necessity. 'of doing'all they...

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The Wesleyan Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

The, Wesleyan!Anniversary'~ ,A.te"l and-public in'etig'in conneoton with the \esleyan: Ohirch, Hlorshamn, took place at the Mechanics'JIistituto os:FPriday evening last. The hall was ,,very":tastefully decorated and reflected. credit upon those ladies of the congregation ; who had under take the wvork. Evergreens and beautiful boquets of flowers were nicely arranged round the room, and produced a most: pleasing effect. The tables were full to ri pletion with the good things of this life, and one table somewhat apart from all therest sleemed to be particularly crowded with young folk, but another look sufficed to show that it was'the bachelor's, and judging from the hilarity that prevailed there it was .by all means an enjoyable position. Great praise is due to Misses Hooper and Spry, and -Mesdames- Paull, Pomeroy,--Martin;- and Brown for the efficient manner in which they. supplied the different tables, which were. very generously given by Mesdames Paull, Martin, and the bachelors. ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

GENERAL NEWS. The case of- 'Mrs Anne Jones, of Glenrowan. appears' (says the "Age") to be an exceptionally hard one. ; er hotel and its contents were destroyed by the pjolice ii June, .1880, on the oc casioidf' fth'e'attack.upon the :Kelly' gang. In addition to 'losing every thing she was possessed of her little son was shot; and died a' fewd dijys after wards in the Wangaratta Hospital from the effect of the wound.. Her dauighter, a 'girl 15 yearsof. age, re beived a shot also in .the head, and had a narrow escape of sharing her brother's fate at the time. :Mrs. Jones was then prosecuted by the Crown as ae sympath iser with the gang, bipt sheawas acquitted by the jury. For.fully eighteen months she sought redress from the Govern ment, but to no purpose until Novem ber last, when Mr:' Granit appointed a board, to asseas the damages she was en-' titled to claim." The board awarded her £305, but this was subsequently re luced by £40. 'On Saturday last her, 'daughter, who was wounded i...

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

LOCAL TOPICS.. T .T hon. W. Madden. M.P., has forwarded a letter from the Post-office. Department to Mr.0C..G. Rasmussen to the effect " that the receiving box at the railway station is to be cleared twice daily immediately before the departure. of the train."' Such being the case, the receiving box in 'question will now. be found to be of some practical good to the public. Fnoor midnight on Friday to Sunday, with but little intermission, we had some most seasonable showers of rain, which will do an incalculable amount if good,, not.only to those districts where the water famine has pressed no severely, by the supply it will afford, but also to agriculturists thronughout the'district, inamunchasthe rain will greatly facilitate farming operations, and relieve the anxiety which has been so longand'so deeply felt. And, although it is late in the season, it'will prove serviceable to the. stock by can,iog the young grass to spring before the advent of the winter's frosts. The amount of r...

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AUSTRALIAN FISHERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

AUSTRJLIAN FISHERIES. An important meeting has been held to promot: a fisheries exhibition. Sir Henry Parkes' the Premier of New South Wales, who was amongst those present, and took partinthe bprceediing, spoke in support of stimulating the . neglected Aus taliaq fisheries.

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DIRECT CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER.) CAPTAIN MOONLIGHT'S GANG. LONDON, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

DIRECT SCA LEGRAM, 'I s --0. (PER REUTER.) CAPTAIN MOONLIGHT'S GANG. LONDON, M~ica 22 Two hundred men of Captain Moon light's gan attacked a house in Lis town, .cointy of.Kerry. ':Tli police arrived on the scene, anl a severe fight ensued, during which the police suc ceeded in wounding and capturing fif teen of the gang.

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A POLICE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

_ A POTIOCE COIrULABR. ?. ''great ootcry'lh?a been raided by the issue of a police circular in Ireland for the guidance of the constabulary in that country, which states that the escorts of magistrates are to be held blaneless if when, suspecting an attack they shot at innocent persons. The circolar was referred to in the House of Commons last night, and -the. Chief Secretary for Ire anid q;estionedLencerning| it. Mr. Foster, in reply admitted-thatit was indiscreet.

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MR. PARNELL RETURNS. LONDON, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

MR. PARNELL RETURNS. LONDON, MARCH 22J Mr. Parnell hla started fromi Paris en route for London and Dublin; where he will surreRder-himself-to parole.

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A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT SUSPENDED. London, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

A 3MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT SUSPENDED. London, April 21. Mr. John Redmond, member for fre Ross, a home ruler, and a member of the Land League, has been suspended from taking part in the debates of the House of Commons, for vilifying Mr. Forster, the Chief Secretary for Ireland. in the course of a violent attack which he made on that gentleman, and for which he refused to apologise.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882

Is a± O.A S 7 O. UT AUCOPUEEP .. Im '. Stock, Station, Land, Finance, a~d Commission Agent, WILSON STREET. HORESAM ADVANCES made on LaoehJld or Free hold Ccuntry Lands. I 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 MellIourne and Ballarat Makers, sapplied.proinall? , and on Ln IBERAL TER,5 Every l.scsiptdion of business connected 4 D ,ae LandA,; and other .Government 'Departments coiiduniedpromptly, effciehtly, lnd economicaly. e m Fie and fe Insurances effected the best companies. Sales ot Property-or Stock conducted in any part of the caloyv. V'isken anid ibson, Stock an.. Station Agents,; elbourne and Ballarat. Dennuv ra celms asd Co.. wool and grain rokecrs, Geelong. :: le Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of. New Zealand. Ballarat Pesmanent Building and Invest. ment Society. Valuer for the Ballarat Banking Co.,Limited. The Australian Mutual Provid...

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