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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882

7ANTED, a Good Laundresa.=Apply at once, Shamrock Hotel, Horshalam.. SBE SOLD, Privately, aBUTCHE RING 1 BUSINESS.-Apply, J. EDE, Hor sham. ;'O LET.--A Blacksmith's Shop, on easy I terms; a good business.-Apply, T. Hodby, Wail. f OST, between Union Flour Mills and iJ Church-hill, portion of a Gold Ear-ring. Finder rewarded by bringinng same t Geo. Green, " liorsham Times" ollice. Hoishain and Wuximelra IDis trict Pastoral and Agri cultural Society. F[ARMERS arere quested to KEEP a •.little WHEAT for the. ANNUAL SHOW, when £30 will be given as Prizes for Wheat a . EDWARD C. ROGERS, Secretary. Travelling Sheep. A Persons Travelling with Sheep through Ai any portion of the South l'Woiwondah rion without giving due notice will be Prose cuted. R. N. and P. R. BELL. 'ARR ACKNABEAL TURF CLUB-RAC ES. - Thursday, 9th March, ..1882. AMieDEN ..LATE ofS oVso., ion and a half m ile. For all horses that have wonu an ad vertised race exceeding 5 sova. Weight for age. Ehtrance, 10s. HA-NDIC A Hun_-...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 January 1882

THOMAS YOUNG AUCTIONEM,. Stook, Station. Land, Finmone and Cornmission Agenti WILSON STREET. HORSR-AM fI A DVANCES made on Lea?sehld or Free. hold Ccuntry Landsm Advances made an "'own Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in e coliony or . London. Agricultural Machinery and Implements - ..the.hest Melbourne and BaUllrat:Makers= a lpplidromiptyij and on LeinR.L TER.rS. Every description of business connected with the Lands, and other Government [Lesartmeuts cooductedpron:ptly, cficiently, ---'sr economically.: ' Fire and Life Insurances effected in the Rest companies. ' Sales of Property or Stoick conducted in any part of the colony. A-aET FOr, Fieten and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Deunys Lascellsa and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The Australian Mutual Provident Life As rirarc Society. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. ~al'srat PIermanent Building and Invest. -en'mct Society. Siluer fo...

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THE AMEER'S VISIT POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

THE AMEER'S VISIT POSTPONED. It is now corsidered :imlrobabl that Abdul Rahman, the Ameer of Afghanistan, will payhis promised visit to India He is lnwilling to go there, being afraia.that a "Ting may ake place among the.Afghani uriin-his abscence. :.. ..,

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REBELLION IN ARABIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

REBELLION IN AIAItIA, I -The "Standard" states that a rebellion Ihan broken out at Yemen, in Arabia, and that a battle has been fought with the in aurgents, in which 200 of their numiiber were killed.

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PERSECUTED JEWS IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

PERSECUTED JEWS IN fRSSIA. KA meeting has been convened, to be held at the Mansion Housec, under the presidcncy of the Lord Mayeor, to assist the persecuted Jews of Sontheru Russia, who hnae been deprived of their property and rendered ilonieleno.

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FIGHTING IN DALMATIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

FIGHTING IN DALMATIA. ' here lins been severe fighting between the insurgents in Dalmatia and the Austrian troops. No less than eight encounters are Seportea during the cveek, resulting in con -siderabl bloodshcd.

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HANLAN AND BOYD. London, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

HANLAN AND DOYD. London, January 2.2. The martch for the Championship, which is to he rowed on the Thames between lHanan and ]Boyd, is exciting great interest. Yesterday I!aulan was entertained at a Lanquet. Major General O. L. Goodlake presided, and a hearty nelcosme was given to the Canadian. A similar welcome was promized to all colonial sportsmon.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Time Table. HORSHAM TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

Railway Time Table. HORSHAM. TO IfELBOUINE. Lnav?-HORSIIAM, 12 noon, 6.45 p.m. Ai?nIv--Dooen, 12.15 p.m., 7 p.m. ,, Junmg Jun, 12.36 p.m., 7.21 p.m. Morton, 12.56 p.m., 7.45 p.m. Lubeck, L27 pn.m., 8.1S p.m. Glenorehy, 2.5 p.m., 9 p.m. Deep Let , 2.a p.m., 1.21 ,, Staoeloi, 2.45 p.m., 9.40 p.m. Ararat, 3.59 p.m. ., Buangor, 4.45 p.m. BllaatI, 6.25 p.m. ,, Geelong, 9.13 p.m. ,, lelbourne. 11.15 p.m. one--'The Loin miring l1neuaom 'n 8.45 p.m. procen?Lu ulraiglht to BUllarat, snriing at ;2.13 a.m. at thnt station. MELBOUP, .E TO HOSE,?l .2, Lovn-Stielbotrne. 6.30 a.m., 7 p.m. Annzv--Geelong, 8.12 n.m., S.39 p.m. Baualrt, 10.35 a.m.. 10.2J p.m. SArarat, 1.18 p.m., 2. a m., Stawell 2.2p .m,, 3.5 n.m. Lsv--Stawell, 3.15 p.n., 7 a.m. Annvn-Deep Lead, 3.31 p.m., 7.1 n.m. ,, Glenorehn. 3.55 p.m., 7.4 n.m. L,, uoneuk, 4.J3 p.m., 8.?n a.m. ,, Iurto, 5.4 p.m., 8.55 am. ,, Jtmg Jnug, 525 p.m., 9.17 am. DooeM, 5.43 p.m. 9.38 n.m. l, erenhanm 6 p,m., 9.55 a.m.

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GEELONG PRODUCE MARKET. January 24. GEO. HAGUE AND Co report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

GEELONG PrfDUCE MARKET. January 24. GEO. 1ACu. AID Co report : Wool.-We offered only a few o.ldments to day, which brought satisfactory prices; but next Tuesday, the 31st inst., we intend sub mitting a good catalogue, which will consist principally of country and- local scoured parcels and a few average to good greasy clips. Graini.-Since our Ihst report an easier feeling has prevailed tithe wheat market, and we have to repo:.' a decline of folly ld per bushel,' the best pice to-day for prime samples being 4s.10d pe: bushel. Feeding grains are also a shade duller, and sales are not so ieadily_ made. We quote :-Wheat, prime milling,'4s 10d per bushel; meidium to good, 4s lid to 4s 94 per bushel. Oats, good feed, 3s to 3s 4d per bushel. Cape barley, 3s to 3s 2d per bushel: English barley, Ss 3di to 4s per bushel.; Peas, 4s 3d to 4s 6d per busheL

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THE HINDERPEST IN NORFOLK. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

THE I:INDERFlEST IN NORFOLK. Great rlara is felt in Norfolk at the in crea?sing de.truction among the cattle caused ly the rindlerpcst. There is a general feeling among the iarmnrs that immediate steps should be taken to check the disease.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

-.AUSrn.LLN HAIR rEiTOREIr is confidently 'recommended as being ir superior to English and American preparatns (no matter how great their pretensions), and much cheaper .It throughly cleasnes the: head from dan" drif,. promotesew gpwth, and a single bottle will positively zistere grey or fadtl hair to its original color at.. beauty. Pro grietors-CLEtsEs and Hr.'TLEA. Retailed by all Chemist in the olony. Price, 3s 6d. Agen.ts : A L. ST. GoinGE &Co: r Ad"T.J / I1O BE SOLD, Privatly, aBUTCHERING I BUSINESS:-Aitly, J. EDE, Hor. IO '0 LET.--A Blaeknith's Shop,on easy i o? terms a' good busin eia-Apply, T. Hodby, Wail. ST between Unii Flohr ills and SChurch-hill, Iorfm n of aGoldEar-ring. Finder rewarded by.brlingng.sane.to Geo. Green, "L Horsham Tins" ollice. To !thie Fraers of theii Wimmtera. M R:. CLR AK. of the. Union S Mills, Horsb m, begs to inform the Farmers of the tWimmera District that he has NEVER made any Charge `for Storage, and that he still continues ths practice o...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. January 24. Messrs. J. R. FORD & Co., report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

:ELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. January 24. Messre..J. 11. ionc & Co., report: i.Thcre:is a good domaudifor .wheat.. They have sold a large parcel of wheat on account j r. Thoihas M'Figle, Numurkab, at a sat isfactory figure Wequote:-Prime shipping vheat at "44s'10 aad'iprinme,niilling at di 9d "er' lushel. "Flour' nominal at 1i1 5-s ifor trade lots. In oats we quote prime milling at 3 4ilgoodf?opridie feed from 2i Ild'to 3s 11 per ushel., In Barley we have sold dur ,isg tlhepast icale 1500 ba s iime malting on :aconnt of Mr. M'Figle, Numurkab, at a sat ilfactory. figure and quote prime. malting iirey 'at'4s 4d; good'feed sorts from'3s 31 to 3i 6,1 er bushel Peas have fallen 6d.pcr blishl aind are 'niw orth from 3s 'd:to S'G61 per}usbhel

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EMIGRATION OF RUSSIAN JEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

iEMIGRATION OF IIUSSIAK JEWS. The recent seovre persecutions to which the Jew. have been subjected i. lRusia s me causing large numbers of them to leave that country. Fourtecn thousand Jews are now leaving R'ussia for New York.

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

Epitome of News. The *lieat:afidat for the United Kingdoms is 2.'850,000 quarters. " " At Wileannia there are 1,500oz. of gold waiting for the next escort. -Water atthe Moust' Browne diggisgns has slroitjailed. i I 9 Wilson's Great World Circus has arrived in Mibhourne. " , I ' Fraser's wool stores at 5Rockhampton were de3troyvd byl fire on Saturdniy. ' The dead body of a man, having been lying for a few days, has been found on the Kan.a rooks road, near Sandhurst. It is stated that Sir Arthur Kennedy retires from the Governorship of Queensland at the end of the year. All the Garonne's passengers continue well. The two sick cases are domg tolerably well. None othe a show any signs of the disease. Elizabe:ti Smeaton aged 55 carrying on busine:s as a fruiterer in Collins-street Metl bourne, cammitted suicide on Monday night by taklng poison. Mr Samuel Plimsoll M.P., the Sailors' friend isn ,is en route to Australia on a visit. Ger.o to.e Giffen the cricketer, has obtained leave of abu...

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

M ETEORULOGICAL NOTES. TEMPEI ArURn. TUSEDAY WEDE NDAY !IOGHEST LOWEST HIGISEST LOWEST In the shade 85 55 86 52 In t"esuu 118 - 121 - ProJable weather-Very Hot. tiogistered hby E. Miller.

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EMIGRATION TO CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

EMIGRATION TO CANADA. The emigration from the United Kingdom to Canada during the year 1881 was 35,000.

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THE TRIAL OF GUITEA. London, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

THE TRIAL OF GUITEA. London, January 21. The trial of Guiteanu for the murder of PIresident Gat field is drawing to a close. The prisoner is now addres:iog the jury.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

UWOLESALE PRICES I CAMERON &-O8OA, "'' NEW CASH STORIn", !E Btl AjIcd ES'T RT E E'T HORSHAM, GENERAL DRAPERY.-; &c,, M EN'S k BOY'S CLOTHING, Suitable for the Season. ' ` " ' -'CO. :would direct Special Attention NUMEROUiS NOVELTIES IN .l'adies' Lace and Silk Scarfs,' India Muslin Fischus'and Squares, Kid, Silk, and Cotton Gloves, Inlendlcss Variety, at very LOW PRICES. Also a large assortment of Antique Dress Laces, Bretonne and real Maltese. A Large Stock of Fancy Ganzr'C , Cripe Nets,and Tulls ?iscihester -. =os?ery, :: aberdashery Iil inery, and 4j2 i Grocery DEPAIITIENTS TWell-assorted, and all Goods sold at WHOLESALE PRICES. Silu?ring . ad IReady-HIade i!tClotihing £stabhslshiienti : EN'S Overcoats, Men's Tweed Suits, S?IV-Eys' Tweed Suits, Youths' Tweed s salen's Tweed Trousers and VestE, -'-ie's Blue Pagets, Men's Fancy Vests,3Ien's Tweed Pagets, Men's Black Trousers and Tests, 'Men's White Shirts, Men's Braces, Scarvc, Mufflers, Collars, &e. . Wh ith...

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26TH. The Rabbit Plague. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY h AND SATURDAY. te TRIURSDAY, JANUARY 26Thi. a The llbblit Plague. a ALvrTHOUG we hase written little of late regarding the rabbit plague, it e must not be supposed for a moment that a the evil has heen suppressed. Wre have abstained from referring to the subject lately simply because in the past we have written so much about the rabbit t plague that there is positively nothing i fresh to say in the matter. It is well, hovsever for thel Government to know that, notwithstanding all their efforts to cope. with the rabbits, they nreswarning t in many parts of. the district worse than r ever, and the ruin that threatens to f follow is really alaimiug/. TPo' lihow that we are not unduly. magnifying -the evil we publish the following suggestive letter received by us from a gentleman residing at Nhill, and who has had can- 1 sidltrable experience in the mixing and spreading of phosphorised oats. The writer says:- 1 "I amn satisfied that phosphorise:! outs ...

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HAMMERSMITH STATION BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

HAMM3"ERSMITiH STATION BURNT. A great fire broke out at the Hammersmith station en the Metropolitan Railway line, ard before the flames could be extinguished the entire building was gotted. Tie amount -oi damage done is very large.

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