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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, MAY 2ND, 1882. Mr. Berry's Amendment. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
`ý PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND ..FRIDAY. TUESDAY, MAY 2ND, 18S2. Mr. Berry's Amendment. Insl want of confidence motion now being discussed by the Legislative As sembly is based upon the action of the Mil?niG i-' i sending orders to Eng land for railway plant and water pipes, whicl could have been manufactured here." This is the charge preferred by the Opposition, and which the.Ministry have accepted the responsibility of. Ihe debate is likely to be continued through out the week; it can only consist of as sertions and denials, for sufficient has already been said pro and con to enable any one to.arrive at an impartial de cision as to the accusations which have been made. The supporters of Mr BEREY'S motion assert that' the water pipes and railway plant could have been manufactured in the colony. On the other hand, Mr. GRA-vEs. alleges, that they cohid not have been manufactured here in the time required. He also stated that- the.-cry-of 'prrtection" which had been thus raised was a ...
THE LORDS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
THE LORDS CO31MITTEE, The select committee of the House of Lords which was appointed, on the motion of the Earl of Donoughmore, to examine into and report upon the working ef the Irish Land Law, have brought up their report. They recommend that the State shall advance the amount of purchase money to tenant farmers to enable them to obtain their holdings, such amounts to be repaid by instalments. It is also recommended. that the arrears of rent incurred before the year 1878 should be cancelled. -- -- ./ - : . -- ? ,, , .? .7 .. ..?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
iOMAS YOUNG aUCTIO EElR. Stook, Station, Land, Finanoe, and Oommission Agent, WILSON STREE;T. HORrEHAM...: DVANCES made on Leasehjid or Free holdCcuntry Lands. , . . dvances made on Town Piroprties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in t:e coony or in London. Agricultural Iachinery and Implements by the best Melbourne and Ballarat Makers, a spplied promptly, and on LItERAL. TERMs. Every descriptiontof business connected' with the Lands, and other Government fepartments conducted promptly, elficieutly, and economically. -Fire and Life Insurance effected iii the Lest companies. Sales of Property or Stock conducted in any pa.r of the colony. AGENT FOR Fisken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourrie and Ballarat. Dennys Lascell? and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. BaIsarat renmanent Building and Invest. met Society. Valuer for the allarat Banking Co.,Limited. the Australian Mutual Providen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
WILLIAM ADAmSON & Co., Produce Brokers, 29 Little Collins-street West, MIELBOURNE, ECE1YE consignments of Grain, Flour, etc., for sale or storage, and make liberal aavbnces thereon when required. Ga-A~e SALE held every Wednesday, and DA?xY PnoDrCe Sale every Wednesday and Friday. Account sales furnished promptly. ITo the Farmers of the WViluera. M r. R. CLARK. of the Union Mills, Horsham, begs to inform the Farmers of the Wimmera District that he has NEVER made any Charge for Storage, and that he .still continues ths practice of STORING FREE. Stationery and Fmncy Goods Repository, WILSON STREET, HORSHAM. 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 Unior Ih:el) a. BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, TOBACCO. EIbT, FANCY GOODS DEALER. &0. A large stoc; of rsew Books, Fancy Goods, Tobaccoes and Cigars, iusic and Musical Instrument', ke., alw...
MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MAIKET. [THE WEEK's TRANSACTIONS.] Operations in' the mrrket' for'breadstuffs have been on a very ordinary scale this week, a. tone of dullness and heaviness of a very marked character having pervaded business he whole of the week. The absence 6(o' transactions in wheat, however, has arisen' J greatly from the fact that the large holders rave throughout and since the decline to 6s jd1 not only refitained from' pressing sales, but have even refused to quote a price. Values in consequence rose' gradually until 0sj81d was touched, but the market declining again closes at Gs 71d to s 8d. Country .unplies are still coming forward very st.aily, being last week quite equal to those ' received at the same time last year, and i 1 that respect at least do not answer thi prognostications of those who continue to pin their taith to an exhaustel crop, a theory scarcely .compatible with our . "visible supply" :brder of things, though lithisaweek there is, in consequence ...
OUR GERMAN COLUMN. (Specially Translated for the Horsham Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
OUR GERMAN COLUMN. -0 (Specially Translated for. the Hiorsham Times.) The Prussian' Legislature has passed the budget,-but as the-item of 90,000 marks for an embassy to the Vatican was submitted, the whole of the Liberal party voted against, but the Chancellor got the item passed through. the: comn bination of the Conservatives the. Cen-. tram, and thrlUltramontanes.As iegardJ the Church Laws the whole billsub. Iitted by the Government was rejected or so altered by-the Select Committee, that it is doubtful whether the Govern iueut will accept it. The paragragh in which the Government demalids:dis-. cretionary powers,as regards the deknow ledging of the bishops and clergy has been struck out. The Prussian ambas. sador at the Vatican does not seem to make any progress. Prince Bismark has convoked the Prussian Council of Agriculture and Commerce, and submitted to it the Bill for introducing the tobacco monopoly -in Germany. He contemplates 'to pur chase all tobacco manufacturies in Ger...
SATURDAY, 29TH APRIL. (Before Mr. F. L. Smyth, P.M.) STEALING FROM THE PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
SATUrDAY, 29TI APRIL. t (Before MIr. F. L. Smyth, P.M1.) b STEALING FROM THE PERSON. i Kate Byrne was charged by Sergeant a Lark:n with having feloniously stolen t1 from iAlexander Smith, on or about'the ti 13thli.Fbruary, the sum of £36 in notes 1 and a set of studs. The prisoner was o undefended and pleaded not guilty. The following evidence was adduced :- c Arhx;nder Smith deposed: I am a s labouiterand reside in Horsham; I re- n member thl]3tdh of February last. I I know the paisoner Kate Byrne, on that t, date she resided with Mr. and Mrs. p Lamrshire, and occupied an outside ti roomnof their house, situated at the a rear of the Criterion Hotel; I stayed with the prisoner in her..room that o night ;I occasionally stopped with the p prisoner; I left the room next morning o between six and seven o'clock ; after I o left I missed a purse containing £36 or' p £37 ; the money consisted of three £10 s notes,' one e5, and one or two other e notes, also a set of studs, those produced I...
THE MEAT PER S. GARONNE. London, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
THE MEAT PER S. GARONNE, : - London, April 27. --- The cargo of meat per s. Garonne, which was placed on the Smithfield "Market yester day, has not realised very satisfactory prices; Athough the refrigerating machines worked well during the voyage, the mutton (4000 (carcases) has been sold at an average of only 41d. per pound. The canso of so small an average.is apparently owing to the hasty manner in which a large portion of the meat was frezen before being placed on board the Garonne in Mhelbourne.
Extraordinary Case, [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
Extiraordinary Case, '- f At Port Albert, New Zealand, during W the present: mont; ;:according::to: the h "New Zealand Herald,'"' J.. Fairburn lt and A. :Fostedireie? cliaiged 'with being G on the premises of the :Rev??William -' Gittos .for: an: unilawful ,purpose. The f' information was, during trial,.amendeed t by siinply o:iiftting Foster's name. sI Mrs. Gittos .deposed she was in her " bedroom, on Sunday evening, the 2nd ti April, about eight o clock;.havizig Ibeen C' ill duringthe': day. ' She raised her head, and saw Fairbitrn- at the door t within her room.. "He put.up his hand a to silence her. He said.he just wanted e five minutes. She said "No five min- " utes." and oi;'ered him off. Her eldest daughter was just bringinig in some re- n freshment, when, seeing Fairburn, she called on. him to go oi t. On'his refusal 1 she struck him and- called for help: The' man servant was there in an ini stant,: collared hbi?'?and thiew him on his back, and, held hlim "i while her second...
Quarrelling Radieals. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882
(FoarO T?xn.aa ) s.... t' An underst ndingeis(e. amongst the members present at the Opposition meeting ? L? m'e? use on Tues day that the proceedings were to be ,keptl seqret,~.and it was not until (Tliursday that it became known that a very stormy scene had occurred. It arose over the question who should move the,adjournment of-the'debate on the address, withl the view of meeting next day to prepare an amendment. Mr. Berry was personally against doiFg so, doubtlesst.feeling,, that -there Swas ho Credit tbibe gaeindl byt leading, aanb attack whic wasci tatifi to fail: The speech he afterwards made in the House showed that his heart was not in the task. Major Smith undertook, if no one else buld do so, to move the adjournment. Mr. James (between whom and the lIajor there has been no' cordiality for 12 months past) objected to Major Smith beinsg alwys, thrust to the front. Major Smith explained that, helhad no wish to figure prominently in the matter, and argued that his pro posing th...