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The Adelaide Insurance Frauds. Adelaide, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882
The :Adelaide :Insurance Frauds. A.. . ý.: A delaide; April 21. At the Criminal Court to-day, Barker, Hicks, Morrison, and Du Barry 'were ar raigned on a charge of conspiracy to defraud the Alliance Insurance Company; and Barker,-Hicks, and Horton with conspiring to defraud the Colonial Insurance Company. Thecas''bof the Mutual Provident Society was;-theCn iesuined, Hicks being crosi.ex amined by Mr. Pater and afterwards byT;lr. Downer 'HI"s cross-examination lasted all day ad' is not yet finished, -the court 'having' adjouirnied:till Tiiesd?y. '?Hicks-assusmnd",a cautions tone, replying to Messrs. Pater and Downertliat he vould nijt commit himself by giving definite adsowers to a number of questions intended-to-shake his .credibility. The defence apparentlj'desirdl;t'o shake his general testimony.by test questionis. It' ap peared that he was the originator of the.idea of gambling in unman lives; but denied that he was the person who commenced the pre sent case.-of .scospiracy. He c...
Savage Assault by Chinamen. Maryborough, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882
Savage Assault by China- men. Maryborough, Sunday. &nbsp; A bricklayer named William Martlew hA been brought into the hospital in a dreadful state. His head is fearfully cut about; his limbs are lacerated his skull is fractured in three places, and the small bone of his arm &nbsp; is broken. Martlew lives at Avoca Lead. &nbsp; This morning he went to assist a woman who had been living with a Chinaman in that neighbourhood to recover her clothes. Two celestials confronted them when they called at the hut, and when the woman asked for her property one assaulted her with a stick. Martlew interposed and took this weapon away. The Chinaman then attacked him with a tomahawk. A severe struggle ensued, the European trying to ob- tain possession of the weapon. Whilst he and the Chinaman who held the tomahawk &nbsp; were rolling on the grond the other China- &nbsp; man seized a long-handled shovel, and hit Martlew several heavy blows about the head and ...
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882
GAZETTE, --- Walter J. Will's 19th section holding, containing 320 acres, parishcs of Charam and Turandurey, gazetted as open for selection on 21st inst., is withdrawn from selection. &nbsp; The following land is open for selec- tion. Horsham district: parish of Dopewarra; area, 300 acres; east of G. R. Watson's and west of S. E. Lam- bert's selections. The following application for a lease ?bs been approved :-Ann Wilson nee Bryan, 319a 3r 38p, Dollin. ;Alterations in the terms and condi tions of the following have been'ap proved of :-Jane Usher, Tarranyurk; Edward Usher, Jefarit; Chad. Bacon, juin., Werrigar ; Edward Sharp, Kaniva; Reubin Wills, Booroopki ; David Shaw, 3Lininiay; John Neilson, AMinimay; John Taylor, Darragan ; Eliza Dixon, Willenabrina; Jehn MI'Kay, Kellalac; Richard W. Heathcote, Carchap. The following transfers of leases have been. allowed :-James Rigby, Dooen; L. Price, Kewell West; James Rigby, Dooe,.; Caleb Nulder, Kelkee; Caleb Nahlder, Kalkee; Willia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 25 April 1882
IT ANTED 'Apprentices to :the Dress m inaking.--Apply, Miss E. Thorne, next Robinson's Hotel, Wilson-street. W ANTED Good Wheaten Hay CHAFF. Highest Price given at C. Rochester's. Produce Dealer, opposite. National Hotel Wilson-street, Horsham. B ULLOCK TEAMS Wanted to Load to L Dimboola and Nhill.-Apply to Per mewan, Wright, & Co.. Railway Station, Horshanm. I~TANTED KNOWN -That YOUNG & I V SON, Painters, Paperhangers, &c., havine taken the premises lately occupied by T. McNeil, Firebrace-street (next door to Withers'Fruit Market), are prepared to exe cute'Painting in' all its branches at the shortest notice. Experienced tradesmen sent to all parts of the district. !iO LET--Fellmongery Cottage, with or without paddocks. R. H. Andrews. Or 0 LET.-A Blacksmith's Shop, on easy o terms ; a good business.-Apply, T. Hodby, Wail. r'O LET.-The SHOP and DWELLING 1 now occupied byAh Gooeyas a drapery ,store. Rent 20s per week.-Apply, Thomas Young. F?OUR-ROOMED Cottage ...
HANLAN AND TRICKETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
"" HANLAN AND £RICKETT. Although the approaching scullidgViigatch between tianlan and Trickett is causing a good d~l of interest in agqidtic. circles, there is not -much interest shown on the part of the getilerl public, aa Hanlan's chances are coniidered to amount a most to a certainty. Both men are out practising twice daily. The weather has been very. favourable for training.
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. April 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Messrs. J. 1. FORD & Co.report .: / Wheat-Since our last report hs nnilder gone little or no change, prices to.day firm at ff~ii 6s 7d to Gs 9d per bushel for good to prime milling; floor from £14 5s to £14 103 per ton for town milled, and from £14 to £11 5s per ton for country brands. Oats, prime milling, 4s 3.d perr bushel ;prime feed 4s 14 per bushel, otter sorts in proportion. Barley. prime milling, 4s 7d per bushel ; ?cdium to good from'4a 5d to 4s Gld p'er bushel, and inferior to medium from 4s 3d to 4s 44d per bushel ; feed sorts from 4s to 4s 1d per bushel. Dran is 85d per bushel; pollard Is 7dppr bushel; peas from 4s 6d to 4s 75dper bushel. rather-dull sale; grass seed., cocksfoot 4d per lb ; and rye-grass from 3s Gd to 4s 3d per bushel. " i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
Patent Waterproof Saddles, J. S.. EVERETT & SON, 1 (Late Hards & Leverett), Importers and Manufacturers, DESPECTFULLY invite the public to Sc IL inspecttheir PATENT WATERPROOF SADDLES, in which many.decided improve ments may be seen. Also to their LADiIS' SADDLES, which for ease and elegance can not be surpassed. Largest Stock in the colony" of Racing and Hunting Saddlery, Coursing Requisites, Stock riaddles and Bridles, Carriage and Buggy Harness, Whips, Spurs, etc. A great variety of Stallion Show Bridles, Rollers, Clothing, etc., always on hand. Every article in the trade kept. 54. Bourke-street west, Melbourne. An Goods Best Goods CheapestRate ! At the NOVELTY SHOP. A 11 persons wishing to B uy Fancy Goods,. C utlery, and Plated Ware, cannot D o better before buying than inspect our Stock. Remember the Novelty Shop. E ach article at the Lowest Price. Fine opportunity ! G ood value for yoarmoney,thebestn - orsham: We have . I nk, Pens, and Paper, J ewellery, Gold ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
WILLIBA ADA?SONi& CO.; Produce Brokers,' 20 Little Collins-street West, MELBOURNE, iECEIVE consicnments of Grain, Fleur, etc., for sale or storage, and make liberal advances thereon when required. Ganar SA held every Wednesday, and DAxn PsODUCE Sale every Wednesday and Fri?ay. Account sales furnishaed promptly. ITo the Farmers of the Winllcera. I R. R. CLAIIK. of the Union Mills, Horsham, begs to inform 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, .. WILSON STREET, :HORSHAAL GEORGE RYAN (Lately in the employment of Messrs. W. and J. Thomson) BEGS to announce that he has commenced business in the Commodious Premises in Wilson Street (opposite Briody's Farmer's Union Iotel) as BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, TOBACCO NIST, FANCY GOODS DEALER. &o. A large stock of New Books, Fancy Goods, Tobaccoes and Cigars, Music and Musical Instruments, &a...
WEDNESDAY, 26TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
WEDNESDAY, 2rm APRiL. The questions put to Ministers in the As sermbly were vwry numerons. The followins among other facts were elicited :- Thai the Government propose to introduce a bil dealing with the charitable institutions during the present session; the measure wil not be the bill prepared by Mr. Ne-ld, tholigl it will be based on Mr. Neal's reports. Ten ders for the railway to erang' will be called for on or about the 1st of June. Dr. Hearn has made considerable progress with the task of codifying the law the Government printer having more copy on hand than he can dispose of at present. Post and telegraph offices are to be erected at Carlton. In consequence of the accident at Traralgon, the Minister of Railways has, with great reluctance, withdrawn the permis sion gatekeepers and station masters-have enjoyed of keeping each a cow, within rail. way erclosnres. A want of confidence debate was initiated in the Assembly, Mr" Berry terminating his speech on the address with a mtio...
THE BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
TE BUDGET. In the House of Commons this evening fMr GLsdstone, as Chancellor of. the Exchequer,: ~elivered-li ~s bdget speech. He said the revenue had increased but sluggishly~.,The revenue derived from the duties on aeloholii liquors was decreasing, but at the same time 'it'wa ah'eilthy sign that the workmen's savings were increasing.;: The surplus frcom 1881 amounted. to £352,000,: the.estimated expen'diture ,.for; the" current"year was £84,500,000, and the estimated revenue wr £85,000,000. The surplus would.go.tosirds relieving the burden of local taxation., Tse taa'onw'crriages would Im6oftiiued._ -
Parliament. TUESDAY, 25TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
P ariament.,, ln theLea slaive Council Dr. Dobson gave notice of,a motion ,forthe appointment of a select committee to prepare an addrers of congratulation to Her Majesty on bera recent -happy presiation fromn assassination, and of the abhorreice'with which members. of .the Council viewedi.tbe treasonable attempt on Her Majesty's sacred person. Dr. Dobson, in giving notice of this motion, referred-to the manneris ' which the Queen had endeared herselftoheranbjects doring a reign extending over. nearly a quarter of a century, and spoke of the thrill of -horror with which her loyal colonial subjects heard of the recent attempt upon her life. The address in reply to the Governor's speech was moved by Mr. Stan bridge, and seconded by Mr. Ormond. Roth bon. gentlemen approved generally of the pro gramme of legislation foreshadowed in the ad. dress, but DMr. Stanbridge thought-the pro posed laud bill would requite very serious consideration owing to the variety and the qu:lity of the land ...