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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1882. The Opening of Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1882. The Opening of Parliament. THE speech delivered at the opening of Parliament, on Tuesday last, was one of an eminently practical character, inasmuch as it embodied measures such as the exigencies of the colony de- mand. The last session was necessarily limited in its duration, and there was not that ample opportunity afforded for the transaction of business as could have been desired, that disadvantage will not operate upon the present occasion. Parliament has been sum- moned before the expiration of the financialyear, and owing to the buoy- ant state of our finances, there will be no necessity to resort to any expedients for obtaining votes in aid, and we know that there is no intention on the part of the Government, and no &nbsp; necessity, so far as the colony is con- cerned, for the imposition of additional taxes. Under these favourable circum- stances, while the colony is prosperous, our revenue flourihing, our...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
THOMAS YOUNG AUCTIONEER Stook, Station, Land, Finance, and Commission Agent, WILSON STREET. HORSHAM ADVANCES made on Leasehold or Free hold Ccuntry Lands. &nbsp; 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 Melbourne and Ballarat Makers, supplied promptly, and on LIBERAL TERMS Every description of business connected with the Lands, and other Government &nbsp; Departments conducted promptly,efficiently, and economically. Fire and Life Insurances effected in the best companies. Sales of Property or Stock conducted in any part of the colony. AGENT FOR Fisken and Gibson, Stock, and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Lascelles and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. Ballarat Permanent Building and Invest. ment Society. Valuer for the Ballarat Banking Co.,Limited. The Australi...
NHILL. April 24th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
(From our own Correspondent,) April 24th. &nbsp; Early on Saturday morning the long &nbsp; wished for rain set in, and continued to &nbsp; pour down gently to 12 a.m., when it &nbsp; slacked off during the afternoon, &nbsp; from about 9 p.m., acontinuation &nbsp; of showers prevailed through the &nbsp; night; also on Sunday afternoon &nbsp; some smart showers fell, not sufficient as yet fallen, however, to &nbsp; be of any service in filling tanks and &nbsp; dams, but will enable farmers to pro- &nbsp; ceed with ploughing up new lands, as &nbsp; before it was almost impossible for a &nbsp; plough to penetrate the soil. Many &nbsp; farmers have a portion of their wheat &nbsp; planted and will receive the benefit of &nbsp; the rain. Numbers of them have been put to great inconvenience by having &nbsp; to cart water from a distance both for &nb...
Revolting Scene. BRUTALITY OF A FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
Revolting -Scene. o0 BRUTALITY OF A FATHER. Considerable excitement was occasioned in the vicinity of Railway Place, Sand- ridge, on Sunday by the screams of murder issuing from a dwelling house. Two gentlemen, who were passing the place at the time, have favoured us with the particulars. They heard the ter- rified screams of a woman and child in- side of the house, and at once tried to open the front door, but it was closed. The cries from the inside in- creased and both gentlemen rushed &nbsp; &nbsp; round to the rear, and, finding the back door also locked, they fearing that murder was being done, forced the door open. On stepping in side they found a girl lying on the floor, She was bleeding from a wound in the back of the head, and her father was standing near her, evidently very much surprised and agitated by the appear- ance of the two visitors. They asked what the screaming meant, and then ascertainied from the mother, who was lying on her bed suffering from ...
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
OPENING OF PARILIAMIENT &nbsp; THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. &nbsp; The third and what is expected to be &nbsp; the last session of the eleventh Parlia- &nbsp; ment of Victoria was opened on Tuesday &nbsp; at 2 p. m. by His Excellency the &nbsp; Marquis of Normanby in person. The &nbsp; ceremony was conducted with all the customary forms, and was rendered &nbsp; somewhat more imposing than ordi- &nbsp; narily by the Council Chamber present- &nbsp; ing an even more beautiful appearance &nbsp; than usual; the chaste interior of the &nbsp; chamber having during the recess been &nbsp; redecorated in a manner that was gener- ally admired by the very large number of visitors who to-day attended the opening. &nbsp; The Assembly Chamber has also been re- novated and looks all the better for the &nbsp; various improvements which have been &nbsp; effected. &nbsp; Hi...
The Horsham Gas Company [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
The Horsham Gas Company &nbsp; The directors of the above company, hav- ing accepted tenders for the various works, are desirous of disposing of some 200 more shares, in addition to the 600 already taken up, and with that object in view as tending to promote the interest of the company,we re- print a condensed report of the public meeting held at the Mechanics' Institute on Monday evening, 5th December. and which was pre- sided over by Mr. I. Clark, senr., a perusal of which will show that the prospects of the undertakingare seach as should induce the public to strengthen the hands of the direc- tors by promptly taking up some of the avail- able shares now on hand. The following is Mr. Bowman's report : REPORT ON THE FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLIS- ING GAS WORKS IN HORSHAM "I have no hesitation in assuming that the area bounded on the east by Urquhart street, on the north by M'Launghlin, on the west by Darlot, and on the south by Wilson streets, will, independently of the other par...
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 April 1882
LOCAL TOPICS. ° AT the Police Court on Tuesday,. before Messrs. S. B. Bolton and A. Cameron, Js.P., Susannah Wilson, of Maryvale, was, upon the evidence of Drs. Cross and Davidson, ordered to be sent to !he Lunatic Asylum at Ararat, to which plpce she was conveyed by train on.Wednesday. Henry Lampshire and Mary Ann Lampshire, who had been appre hended on warrant for stealing articles from the Criterion Hotel, were, upon the applica tion of Sergeaqt Larkan, formally remanded to;Friday. On Wednesday, before Mr. S. B. 'Bolton; J.P, "William Bennett was zheged lCdintableDaly with having as. ,:,'' , it saulteidoseph I'Mahon. It appeared from if the eviince that a man named Tootel had been sployed to'post some bills; wlegt y Bennetalle. . Tootel was making ine-iof n his bucet and demaided it, but,. aosi4 wad x not giannp, a melee ensued during which. d the as.lt' was committed.i Fined £2 o\iin a defaultl4 days imsrison?ient. The sames I defendntwas further charged'vith? aiviug 3, made se ...
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
GAZETTE, The following licenses have been cancelled: -Thomas Guthrie, lIorsham; John Grillin Kaniva; John Brine, Mortat; Frederick Kroschel, Quantong; and David Walton, Arapalica. The last two at licensee's re. quest. The following licenses lave been appro?dl: --3odrick M'Lennan. Wallop and Kyiyi. Mary J. Campbell, Wallup; Moore liinch. son, rural store, Kauiva. The following transfer has been approved: -A. Mandeville and Co. to E. H. Las:ellee, grazing blocks 407 and 408. Tenders are invited for the conveyance of mails as follows .-To and from Warrarcna beal and Bangerang, two ldays a week. To and from Dooen and Jung Jung West, tct Brighton North State School, three days a week. To and from Dimboola and Dart Dart Dam, Uva Scabby Rises, two days a week. To and from Post Office a's RIlihsay Station, Dimboola, twice a div. Rtte for extra " trips" to be stated. To and from Post Office and Railway Station, Pimpinio, twice a day. Rate for extra " trips" to be stated To and from WVonwonda...
HORSHAM CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
HORSHAM CRICKET CLUB. The following are the bowling and batting averages of the reapotive members of thg Club, for the past season:- BATTING AVERGES. U "I J.L. Anderson 8 11110 35 47 C. A. Blackburn. 10 14143 32 13 _ W. Bolton ............ 133 1015 1 A. Y. Birmyre...... 6 7 46 10 10 IL'L Fahey .......12 10 20 33 1 1 1 A.oes o ............... 1013 16 1 G.3 'Pher?on'-.... 5 I7 I33 2. j " E. T. Nuzm .:...... 121,11 - 8 W.H. ILundell...... 11 15 o87 i J.Shophenl ........ 8 99335' 1 3 . T.Tnyior ............ 4 7 251 A Wamone.............. 4 6 15 8'I 8' ,I C. J.White ............ 4 5 5 4 4 33 1,0 *Signifies not out. BOWLING AVERAGES. A. Y. Birkmnyre-87 balls. 5 midens, 21 run?7 wickets, average 3.0. H. 1. F.ahey-- )43 b25 e r . insidono, 342 rnsJ 53 wriskelis, aveosgs t.r)3 ~: lNuzum--2 bols. 11 mnoidoens. 83 ron;, i2 s 'scet-, average 7.4. W. 1V . Ruuololl--3 baL. 21 lu iilea 301 runs, 53 wickets, average, 5.11. I. Tayior, l bals, 5 maidens, 11 run-, 4 wickets, average 12,
CORRESPONDENCE. RE W. SPARROW'S CHALLENGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
SCORRESPONDENCE. RE W. SPARROW'S CHALLENGE. TO trHE EDnrOR OF TrenHBOR? ~I TIMES. Sir.-A challenge was inserted in your issue of, I think, the 24th ult., by one Wqlteiý Sparrow to run me for one mile (giting me 30 yards start) for £10. The money to be staked onhthd'29tlh April, at Mr. Robinson's Shaniioc'k " tel. In answer thereto I piosted iiy niouey on that date, but Mr. Spartow has failed. to deposit his. I trust you will kindly'insert this as many' of my friends ,are enquirinig the cause of the match-" not coining off, and I would like them and the pablic to know that I'am not the defaulter.-I ai, "Sir, your obedient sprvant, Horsham, M.ay 1', 1882. Il!LI. Y):IUli.
COVE. April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
- COVE. (From our own Corrcspondent.) April 26. The long drought has at last broken and2 we have received the benefit of some refresh ing showers, but hardly sufficient as yet to start ploughing niw land. If we could have a good thunder stoim followed by heavy rain it would prove to be very acceptable as many of our farmers hate still to go to long dis tancos' to replenish their water supply. \Ve have no publicreservoir of water in this parish, and were it not for being allowed access to-tw'-I10 section reserves by the sluatters for the purpose of obtaining it, I do not know what we should do. The opening ceremony of our new institute at Lillimur is.to take place on the Queen's birthday;l I .have been informed that the bazaar in'aid of the Church of England at Border Town is also fixed for the same day. If so it will be a great pity unless some understanding is arrived at regarding both events; having them simultaneously will retard the success of both. The committee appointed to ob...
RUPANYUP. April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
.. RUPANYUP. (From our own Correspondent.) April 20. A most desirable change took placein'the weather last week.. All round this district rain fell abundantly. Since the first settle ment of this locality by farmers, water had never been so scarce as at one time this season. 'However, ourShire Council is up and doing to prevent such a water famine in future. Extensive contracts were let at last meeting to excavatelarge holes,and widen and deepen, various-water channel, &ie. :'The'Rer. MI'Jaicksoe a lecture, proposed some time ago, is to be delived here on Tues day eveninug, subject-" Courtship and Marriage." Why the time honored "love" is omitted I know not. The lecture ought to be very opportune now, because the nurn ber of marriages of late has been very few;, p'robably the late droaught was the cause. At all events our farmers have altered the old p'roverb about the happy bride that the "sun 'uhines on," prefe5 ingthe one "the rain falls An old man named Dodds, a' brickma...
BALLARAT STATION PRODUCE MARKET. April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
BALLAlIA STATION,; :PRODJCE,;: MARKET:.. _ April 28. iia E. J. sT~~SrAioK;inoreports:--' ,Thtere; waa; Bapl ittendahc0 of buyers at' myAuctizon Solo ths veak i,.hfi I'dispoea I of a' large ("~tlegu ofi~kn g'dcýcla the whole at firm prices, all good class skins being sought after, inferior, strong cross. breds difficult to get, on the whole prices ,were fully up to former quotations, taking size 'and quality into consideration. Now that wet weather. is coming in, butchess to insure their skins bringing full value should see they iarwell saved, kept free from blood and dirt, 5ad kept under cover, some of the consign "ients are simply disgraceful, mebely for the want of ordinary care. Butchers fresh killed skins, top sorts, brought from 2s. 10d. to 3s. 3d.; medium to good, 2s. to 2s. 10 ; cross breds, from Is. Gd. to 2s 9d. Hides, no change to report,. country salted selling at 32d. to 4d. per pound. Tallow,; there; e s! a godd demand for all lots doming forward at advanced rates. ,.Th...
WARRACKNABEAL. April 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
SiWARRACKNABEAL., (From our own Correspondent.) April 29. On Saturday evening the 22nd inst. Mr. T. Clark, sear., of Cannum, came into the town ship for 'a lead of water, with a dray: con taining a large tank, drawn by two horses: It appears that, owing to the rain, the bank of the creek was exceedingly slippery, and one of the horses falling was the cause of Mr. Clark bein, jirked forwards, and as the tank slipped at the .same time, it was a miracle he was not seriously injured. On Tuesday at the Police Court before Messrs. J. .Lyle, and J. Kelsall J'e.P. Thomas Dtffnily was brought up and two charges of robbery were preferred jagainst him. ' Thefirst. as for stealing clothes, from the house of Mr. Pannovitch to which he -pleaded guilty. The next charge was for stealing a gun froma selector,namned Thomas, on which he gave the same plea, and was sentenced to 14 days, and one month re spectively ih" the Ararat gaol. Mr. J. Thlason, a selector here had the misfortune to have his horse...
MELBOURNE WOOL AND PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
MELBOURNE WOOL AND PRODUCE S MARKET. TIIE AusnarA"LAsr MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CooPAsee LnrUED report: Vool.-We offered a small catalogue at auction on Friday last, and disposed of almost every lot at fall prices, quality con sidered;competition was very active, and in all descriptions we have to report a firm market, Scoured Wools finding buyers at highly satisfactory values. In view of the arrival of the Darling Wools, no long delayed, it is probable that during the next few weeks there will be more business in this staple than is usoal at. this time of the year, and we doubt not a fair demaud will be experienced. Sheepskins are rather weaker, and except in the case of more than ordinary fine lots. lastweeks' prices have been barely maintained in Greenskins. Dryskins continue to be much neglected, the rate of values at which alone sales can be effected, being relatively much lower than those of fresh slaughtered skins. Our qootations are fron. 2s Gd to'3s Sd., and up to as each for be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
ANK" OF VICTQ.R7IA,. An AGENCY of this BANK is now OPEN( at MURTOA, under. the charge of~ MR. CHARLES GEfLLION"'. R.-H. ANDREWS, tI .1)il Mf!5aiiger at Horaham. IVIO?Q ?IOHOUSE o nod; 0 : •'. ? I AIREBRAOE :, STREET, I Hlas justi-opined 'a Grand as. Ssortmizit of AND V In the following Departments. IIaberd.shry DeparOtmen Gimp Trimmings, jhnille and Jet Fringes - All colonrs in Fingering Wools; Bone and Silk Buttons in all colours, andi asl other goods too minute to mention. osiery D; epartnment .... Girl's and Women's Striped and Plain Cashmere Hose from is. Girl's and Women's Dark Coloiured Cotton Hose from Gd. Children's Socks, Plain snd Strsped. 'in Cotton and Cashmere, Very Cheap. Men's Cotton Socks, strong and Fwell finished, Gd. iMen's merino do.from Is upwards, a spelial line. Men's Lamb's Wool do Is 0d, a special line. Fancy Department. Is replete Buith all the Latest and Neowese Goods of the to mention. Silk and Chienille Ties. lain Silk Fishes and Squares from is lid. Bla...