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THE CYCLONE IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

THE CYCLONE' IN AMERICA: The cyclone which.passed.over the'United ýtates a few days ago caused asrimmense amount of damage. It has been'asceitained. that another town named Mofticello was completely wrecked by the violence of the wind.

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

Epitome of News. Rumor (says the "Geelong Advertiser") was busy on Tuesday with the name of a well-known residentof Geelong, who is said to be compelled to callhis creditors together. Scarlet fever (says the '. Age") has broken out t Goorongong, neri-Euroa, five cases having been reported te the local board of health. Diarrhoea and dysentery took eoff a number ,of persons last month, no less than 17 fat4l: cases of the former and 5 of the latter oc curing in Ballarat and Sebastopol during that period. The wiell-known-form of Mr. Barker, who for about a quarter of a century has held the, position of Clerk of the Assembly, was missed from -his -seat ait the head 'of the Assembly table, owing to his retirement.. Some 'quarrel' between a barmaid and a clerk at the Flinders-street railway-stateon; caused by "chaffing" on the part of the latter, has resulted in his being relieved from: duty pending an inquiry. The barque ;Frederica arrived at ort Phillip Heads on Tuesday afternoon, from N...

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Suicide of a Solicitor. New Plymouth, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

Suicide-of a Solicitor. (FROi TIrE rtEW ZE?AAI" TDIES.) Ioew Plymouth, April 13. hr. Halse; of the firmo of f?Else and Ray, solicitors, was found dead .in his.. ed this morning. He had called a meeting of his creWitors for to-morrow. He went.down to Waitara don Tuesday, and transacted some business in connection with the Waitara Harbour Board,cf which he was the chairman. He remainded at his residence (Waitair) that night, and yesterday morning breakfasted at Waitara liotel. Ie" then, it appears, re turned to his house, and did not make his ap. pearance in the Waitara township during that day. As he was suffering from severe mental depression, owing to distressing busi. ness affairs, fears were entertained by. his friends that he had become the victim of temporary insanity, and, while in that state, of course the very worst result was to be ap. prehended. His relatives telegraphed for him'to come to town, but he did not do so. He was seen by several people at his. own house, and he ...

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A MURDER IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

A MURDER IN IRELAND. Another murder has occurred in Ireland. A farmer, residing in County Longford, was shot by some miscreants, who have not yet bsen discoreeed.

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INDIAN OUTRAGES IN MEXICO. London, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

INDIAN OUTRAG1S IN M 0EXICO. . London,-April 24. Tlie Indians ' en' j t idide' ;brdeao tho -United-Btatesand Mexico have been making themselves very tronbesome lateld. They have made several iraids into Me!io, whsere they committed gi?~at" outrages uipo the in habitants. *' !

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STRIKES IN BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

STRIKES IN BERLIN. Owing to the large amount of distress which has lately existed among the wolking classes in Germany, great dissatisfaction is manifesting itself among them. A number of the workmen in Berlin have struck for higher I wages, :and • thel movement is spreading.

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

P.ARLTAIMENTAl Y. - - In the Assembly theohbieCSecretar.. promised leg!islation to provide pro proper means of egress from places of amusement* .. : ;A- rt ~,The2FinisLer of Railways said that the Government had ordered 180 lo comstivoes 150 ''cai·ri~ d, :ihiiid 1000 trucks to be completed during the next few years. The debate on the address in' rely to the Governor's speech w ms resumed by AMr. Longmore who attacked, the Government for spending money: ln necessarily in defences; for the malid ministration of the Railway departient and their failure to carry out :the Water Conservation Bill. . .: - Mr. Wheeler spoke in behalf, of the Government, and AMr Fisher folloived in the lines of lfrLongmore's argument. AMr Graves succeededihim and. de fended the Government on- the ground that the carriages and pipes `required could not be made in the colony. _"..

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

--LATEST--INTELLIGENCE. -0- (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOUIiNE, TIinoSDAY. The TariffCommission will not make any recommendaiion to the Government until the whole enquiry is finished. It is stated that Mr. Ford will be requested to resign upon the same con ditions as those upon which Mr Elsdon left the selvice. The Board finished its enquiry to-day, the report is.not to hbe presented to the Government for some time yet. :Nothing new .in sall-pox. Miss Souitftn is getting on all right. The principals) ofjthe rRussell-street traged~yare progressing favourably. A policeman, named Selby, had a verdict for £19 19s returned against him to-dayin'ythe C6ouiitCb6'iiurt; fo~ ihe illegail; rret' of ',.mani named Stes§ns.;s ihe' latter was looking on a street ,row when the` constal,' di'rested ?iim -" ; There was a 'scene' at the Fitzroy Police .ICourt, toidayi between .:,Mr. Lyons)sslicitor,: and the.:7Benoh. *--Thee presiding magistrate threatened to com mit Mr. Lyons for contempt,,nd afte...

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How to Measure a Stack of Hay. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

fHow:to Measure a Stack of --.:. : T---o--- Multiply the length by the breadth and the result by its height; all in feet. Divide the total by 27 which will give the number of square yards; multiply this by 6 which will give weight in stones and reduce theseto tons. In measuring height only take one third of the measurement from eave to ridge. For instance if-the stack measures 8 feet from ground to eave and 3 feet from cave to ridge, the height of the stack is reckoned as 9 feet.

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THE CORONATION OF THE CZAR. London, April 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

THE CORONATION OF THE CZAR. London, April 24. The British Governmedntihas decided to make an imposing demonstration of friend ship towards Russia -on the occasion of the coronation-of the Czar in August next. The channel fleet is'to be sentto the Baltic in ce'ebratior of the ceremorny.-.

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Cannum Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

I : Cannum -Sportsr,:L, , The following ar the handicaps "or the above sports to be held-at Cannum on' 24th May : .. CANNUos CuP. IYDS. YDS. YDS. S:::' ?1: ... 00 200 300 .Sir Walter Scott ..... . eCr, scr. scr. U. L Davidson......... scr. scr. scr. J. Daviadn.';.;'...'.. "1 .2' " 4 W-Sharp ........... 4 9 14 . 'Lennan ............. 4 9 , 14 i. Penny .... . 4 '9 14 is. M'tre......;... 5" 11 17 S.Lyle ..... ...... 6 12 18 D. Anderson...... . 6 : 12 : -19 J.i P. Leachi....:....... . 6. 11 18 Aler" And'erson . ........ 7 1.4 20 . ole .................. 7 ... 14 ---20 Al Cameron.. .......... . ,7 : ;14 1£ H. Leach.... .::.:. 7" 14 20 Al Matherson.:;.;..:;.:..' 8 14 19 J. B :..'....:..... 8 14 21 F. Floyd ...... .......; - .8 14 20 A.:M'Lennan. ......... ': 8 .14 '20 Pj hillips'.'..... 9' 16" 22 T Umbers ... .. 9 14 '.-22' J.ICameron;',;.'.'?...' .. 9 14 23 J.;Edgar .................. 9 16--:- 23 R:. Griffiths-:.o'-.- f..;':.. ; 9 15- 23 WV. Oaierorn..i ..;...;... 9 .1 25 D. Matheson ......

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. GOVERNMENT BILLS ABANDONED. London, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMSI S- -_- ._FO THE .DAILY PAPERS. } -GOVERNMENT BILLS: ABANDONED. : iondon, April 25.. - The Government havd intimated their in tention of abandoning. the bills which were annonisced'tob Ie -brouight forward for the establishment in the counties of England and Wales" of municipal government similar to that enjoyed by the town?i..

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Extensive Burglary at Collingwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

Extensive Burglary at '.:: :'Collingwood. --o - An extensive robbery was committed late on Tuesday night or early on Wedlnesay morning, from the shop of Mr. Samson Tar tarkover, pawnbroker and jeweller. The fact that the robbery had been committed was- first discovered by Mr. Tartarkorer shortly.afteer8 o'clock on Wednesday morn ing, when he went to open the shop. Until very recently Mr Tariarkoc er has been i the habit of residing at the shop,and tho fact that he had discontinued to do so has probably been known to the burglars. On Tueslay hight he'closed'the shop as usual, the front aoor being secured with a large Chubb's pad lock;I,which fitted tightly into two iron bars placed across the door on the outside. E1 trance had been obtained by smashing the padlock, portions of which were found on Wednesday morning outside the doorvay. HIaving thus gained an entrance, the thieves :completely cleared, a glass case contaliing watches.and:other jewellery which wa.s oa the counter., They....

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The Insurance Frauds. Adelaide, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

The Insurance Frauds. SCimnl Adelaide, Tuesday AhU the:riminal Court to-day, bfore '?i H-onourlMr. Instice Boucaut, the trial o this defendants James Barker and Dr. Horto- for coif ringto defraud the Anstralian nut.al Providetit Society was continued. The cross-examination of William Bicks. the defendant who was accepted as Qn?a' evidence, was continued by Mr. Downer, h appeared for Horton. The Witness aid that if \Veatherhead died at Brighton, Dr torriha was to get £150. He was closely questioed on this and other points, but adhered to his atory'aund-occasioually refuoed- to hiver direct, sheltering himself behind such repLe ,as "1- cannot remember," or, "lMy imp? e slon is that I did not." He became very i pertinent, and'- accused Mr. Down?r of conducting the defence foolishly, and received aidieerereprimand from the judge fordr vivne flippantanswers to counsel. Be admit .d havingsaid'don many occasions that, o doctors had nothing to do with the conspiray In egb'tiating'abont his ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL Albany, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

. -AB I V-A-L O F THE }EN-LIS H: MAIL ----o Albany, Tuesday. , The R.M.S. Carthage arrived this morning. There was some sickness on board, but as it Sas declareduot to be contagions, the vessel was granted pratique. GENERAL SUIlMARtY. London, March 24. Before leaving England for Mentone, the Queen addressed the following letter to Sir Williami Harcourt, dated Windsor Castle, MaIch 12 : ". "je Queen wishes, before she leaves Enngland for a short while for some compara tive rest and quietness, to express from her heart how very deeply touched she i by the outburst oi enthusiasm, loyalty, affection, and devotirn which the paiuful event of the 2nd inst.has called forth from all clazses and all patts of her vast empire, as well as bythe -naiversal s~ mpathy evi , eed by thae soereins and people of other nations. The Queen cannot sufliiiently express how deeply grati fed she is by thlcse demonstrations and Sould wish to convey to al. from the highest to tile hlr1:Maest, her warmest and mo...

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Another Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

Another Tragedy. Another attempted tragedy, which caused some excitement, was enacted at a small watchmaker's s op tenanted by Mr. kirwaa in Little Collius-street eas-, almost opposito the City watchhouse, about a quirter tc 10 o'clockon Tuesday night. Mr. Kirw.m has a son named Benjamin, about 34 years of age, who has, been;addicted to intenmparauce for some time past;, an n who on several oc. casions has. suffered severely from dcdralme remens., !He had been employed in the Cou tonic bonded safores as a storemle, and is unmarried, : Yesterday he was sufering froo delirium tremens, and was given a dose of medicine prepared from a prescriptiou oyDr. Howitt, who .prescribed for him at the request of. his .parents as far back as 19S1 After, taking the medicine, he appeared a little let ter, bat alterwards became worse, and sali people were following him about. lls alarmed brothers and sisters watched him and about a quarter to ten o'clock saw his rush through one of the back rooms int...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

W ANTED, a General Fervant.--pply, Mrs. B. Clark, jun., Church Hill. H{jANTED Apprentices to the Dress. ¼ making.-Apply, Miss E. IThorne, neot tobinson's Hotel, Wilson-street. I W ANTED Good Wheaten Hay CHAFF. Highest Price given at C. Rochnter's, Produce Dealer, opposite National Hotel Wilson-street, Horsham. B ULOCG.TEAMS Wanted to Lend to I " Dimboola and Nbill.-Applyt) Per. mewan, Wigiht, & 'Co. Railway Sation, Hotsham, W ANlTED, a Good General Servant. S Apply :Mirs: Keyte, Mt. Arapiles near Natmi m -oL ITTANTED KNOW N. -That YOUNG & : S so' , ' ainters,Pit aperhangers,,.A., havini thken the premises lately occupied ,by T; McNeil, Firebrace.street' (next' door to :Withers' Fruit Merket), are prepared to exe cute, Painting in all its branches .at .the shortest notice. Experienced tradesmen sent to all parts of the district. ., I '(i0 LET-Fellmongery Cottage, with or I withoat paddocks. R. H.iAndrews. L'TO. LET.-A Blacksmith's Shop, on easy I . terms ; a goo4 busi...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. April 26. MESSRS HEPBURN and ROWE report:- The stock yarded were--479 cattle, 36   calves, 9380 sheep, 251 lambs.   Fat Cattle.-A fair number came forward, quality ranging from medium to prime. There was a fair attendance of buyers, and sales were brisk throughout at fully last week's rates, the market closing very firm. Quotations-Best pens of bullocks, £9 10s to £11 10s, and singly to £12 10s ; good; £8 to £9 10s; medium, £6 10s to £8. Cows at proportionate rates. Fat Calves.--Best sold to 49s. We sold-- 10 inferior for a farmer, at market rates.   Fat Sheep.--Of the above number about one-third were stores, quality of remainder ranging from medium to good, with a few prime. There was only a moderate attend- ance of buyers. Prime pens realised fully late rates, but medium were dull of sale at a decline. Quotations-Best crossbred wethers, 14s to 17s 3d; good, 12s to 14s; medium, 10s to 12s; best merino wethers, 10s ...

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times office, Thurday Evening. From 6s to6s 1d were the quotations to-day for wheat, but the amount of business transacted was but very limited.

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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. Tuesday, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882

GEELONG STATION PRODUCE Tuesday April 25.     Messrs Geo. Hague and Co. report :-- Wool--We offered a small cataloque of oddients to-day, and effected a clearance at satisfactory prices, considering the quality of the lots brought forward. Sheepskins-We had a very large supply again to-day, and all superior well-grown parcels met with keen competition. There was a full attendance of buyers present, and we suceeded in clearing all but a few lots upon which owners' limit were above market. value. We quote:--butchers' fresh skins, 20d to 37d each ; countly skins, 13d to 23d each; pelts, 2d to 10d each, and 1d to 4&d per pound; full-woolled skins, 5d to 6;d per pound; lambskins, 9d to 24d each, and 3d to 4d per pound.

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