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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGEN.Y.) MELBOURNE, MONDAYi Owing to the cablegrams from Lon don reporting the unsatisfactory condi tion of the carcase mutton ex Garonne, When it arrived, the Australian Frozen Meat Company are using their, utmost uendeavours to prevent a recurrence. The same complaints concerning the cargo shipped by the Cuzco, and `owing to representations" Whiich have been made by the Com;pany, the sailing of the Cuzco is postponed till to-morrow, to enable a thorough inspection of the cargo of mutton to be made. To-day' a number of carcases were taken out of the refrigerating chamber and con demned on account of bruises received during transmission to ship board. David Masterton and Co., merchants, have filed their schedule. Approximate liabilities £62,817; of which £5466 are secured ; assets, £50,522 ; deficiency, £12,205. It is rumoured that Mr. Francis has definitely declined to coalesce with Mr: Berry on any terms, despite the efforts made by prominent...

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THE DEEP LEAD MYSTERY TRIAL OF THE SUPPOSED MURDERER. [CONDENSD FROM THE P.C. NEWS.] FRIDAY, APRIL 28. (Before Mr. Akehurst, P.M., and Messrs. Childe, Dawson, Galbraith, Clemes, Kinsella, Purcell, and Stubbs, J.P.'s.) MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882

THE DEEP LEAD MYSTERY TRIAL OF THE SUPPOSED MlUR DERER. [COtoE$. 5rOM THE 1.O. ErWS.] SFunAY, Lad.u 28. (Before Mr. Akehurst, P.M., and Messrs. Childe, Dawson, Galbraith, Clemes, Kinsella, Purcell. and Stubbs, J.P.'a.) 3WEDER. lobtrt Francis Burns was charged with lhaing on or about the 19th December, 1851, felonionsly, wiltully, and of malice aforethought killed one Charles Forbes, at Deep Lead lnspeotor FIyr.ll conducted te trprsecusiou, and l r. Aberne appeared for the defence. lcury tYilson deposed: I am a miner, and reside at Deep Lead ; on Tuesday, 17th January, I was out in the bush cutting props about nine o'clock in the morning, at the Your Posts, when I discovered the remains of a humian being, about 100 yards from the road leading to the Welcome Diggings from Stawell; I went immediately to the Deep Lead police station, and informed Constable Hillard of what I had seen. Const:hie Ilillard, stationed atDeeplead, deosed d: 1 know the previous witness, Wilson; on the 17th Jan...

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THE ZULU DEMAND. London, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882

' THE ZULU DEMAND. S...London,' April 28. Sir Henry Bulwer, the Governor of Natal, in ignoring-the demands of the Zulus, who hive assembled at Pietermaritzbarg, and.are, deminding -the' release ofElieir late 'kiisg' .Catewayo. The Zulus are in a very excited state, and serious trouble with them is be lieved tobe iinin'ent.::! ? ?' :

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Political Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882

Politioal Gossip. Br TrIOTrnEus. The session has opened in a strange man ner. Seldom has there been so muct dilfer ence of opinion as to what the pos tion i3 aned what it is likely to be. There are those weho think that the Government is safe--erfectly safe-and others who hive equal opportuii ties of knowledge wsiho regard it as tottering to its fall. The peculiarity of the situatioa was shown by the caucoues. The Opposi tion cauncus was not attended by the Corner members. They were not invited. And the meeting of Ministerial supporters was not attended by the Ministry. The members of the Goaerntoent were not invited either. In the one case the chiefs eyed with suspicion many of their old followers. In the other instance the members have an organisation independent of the Ministry. Usually the most important personages in the House are the Premier and the leader of the Opposition: To-day the most powerful potentate is the chief of the Tight Corner, who sits with the only really soli...

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THE RELEASE OF CETEWAYO. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882

-:THE lELEASE OF CETEWVAYO. A force of Zulus,numbering 1000 warriors, has assembled at: Pietermaritzbarg. They d.maurid'rom-the British authorities the re lease of Cetewvayo who has been imprisoned sinoe'the close of the Zulu war.

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The Adelaide Insurance Frauds. Adelaide, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882

The Adelaide Insurance Frauds. Adelaide, April 28. The conspiracy case excited great interest to-day, and the Supreme Court was crowded all day. Mr. Downer addressed the jury on behalf of Dr Horton, and commented severely on the course pursued by the Crown in call ing as a witness the man flicks, who, being the most guilty, should not have escaped. He adhered to the former defence, that im personation had taken place. Mr. Symon made alengthy speech in presenting the case for the Crown, and submitted that independ ent of Hick's corroboration, the whole of the testimony formed a most complete chain of evidence against the prisoners. Mr. Pater also addressed the jury on behalf of Barker, stating that although he knew of the con spiracy at the time of its conception, he was not interested in it, but allowed himself to get involved in it without any criminal intent. The judge then summedupstrongly against the prisoners, especially Barber. The jury retired at 9.30. and after considering t...

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SATURDAY, APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882

SBATURDAY, Asra 29. The case against Robert F. Burns, charged with having murdered his mate near Deep Lead on or about the 19th December last, sras cdoitinued at the Stawell Police Court to-day. The- additiotial evidence adduced was mostly in corroboration of that given ibove. The following letter from Burns was read i-" Ararat, 17th April, 1882.--Mr. J. H- Franklin, Stawell. Dear Sir.-I the under-signed, Robert Burns,most respectfully request to you, hoping you will be good enough to accompany Mrs. Burns to Doctor 1iennett to asce.tain from him how long the body was laying at Deep Lead before it was found. It stated in my warrant the 19th of Lst December it was killed. Here l am in H.M.S. Gaol. I never killed man, woman, or child. By you so doing you shall confer me a strict obligation. I remain yours truly, R. F. Boass. I. woud not trouble you, Mr. Franklin, but Mrs. Burns has not cheek enough for a thing of that kind. Yours, R. Burns. I would like to have some lawyer. I shall see...

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Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY, 28TH APRIL, 1882. (Before Mr. F. L. Smyth and Mr. A. Cameron, J.P.) DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882

H sh P oice\ Cd"C' -0.-- FRIDaY, 28TH APRIs, 1882. (Before Mr.; F: L. Smytl r ndMr. A. iCatnern; jI,)'r f - :DEB ; I -AES.: J? r W. J. Cross v. William Huckley: A summons for the recovery of £1 10s, professional services. Mr. Twig, or plaintiff. Defendant had paid £1 5s into court and promised to forward the balance. 'Order for tlitif~psiid balance with 21s costs. J. A. Davis v. Henry Eastwood : A summons.for therecdvery of £3 10s-3d for goods sold and delivered. Verdict for amountwith 18s Gd costs. UNREGISTERED DOG. J. A. Buchanan (dog inspector) il. J. B. Wilson: Asumimons for having an an unregistered dog. Mr. Ireland-for plaintiff, Mr.Twiggfordefendant. The inspector deposed that he had seen a retriever dog on the premises of Mr. Wilson in October, 1881. It was not registered by any one. He believed it formerly belonged to a former resident in Horsham, who had left the district. Mr. Twigg having addressed the bench *on behalf of his client, a verdict was returned for the defenda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882

Al ANTEamGood:W estans Hiay CHAFF. S '.Highest Pricedgiven at C. lochester's. Produce Dealer, opposite. National HIIoel Wilson-street, Horsham': ' . W TANTED KNOWN.--That YOUNG & Y " SON, Painters,' Paierhangerso &c.; havinm taken the premises lately occupied by T. McNeil, Firebrace-street c(next door to 'Vitherk' Fruit Market), are prepared to exe cute , Paiting in allr its branches a' the shortest notice; -' Eberiencedtridesm?n sedt: to all parts:of the distribt: ; '-10 LET-Fellnogery- Cottage, with or . without paddocks. R. H. Andrews. SIO LET, 4-rooined Cottage, with detacihed Skitchen, water laid on,-rent lissper week.--Apply BR Clark, jnr.,. Church Hill,. or at Union Flour .Mills. r{'0 LET.-A Blacksmith'e Shop, on easy I terms ;a good b'b sinsoT ApplyTi Hodby- Wail. :i.. :.l :v- ?'-..: 'O LET.-The 10iO? and DWELLING I now bccupied byAh Goneyas.a,drapery stoire. Rent 20s per week.-Apply, ;Thomas DFOUI-ROOM. D Cottage To Let."Apply ST.:YOUNG. ,:.:. r.,::,. ONE Li...

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 May 1882

LOCAL TOPICS. TaE monthly meeting of the Shire Council will be held on Wednesday, amongst the business to be transacted will be the nomina tion of Commissioners to servo on the joint Water Trust about to be formed by the Wim mera, Lowan, Dunmunkle, St. Arnaud, and Stawell Shires. Friday the 12th BMay is the-day appointed for holding the l Horsham Assizes Court; and Saturday, June 17th, for the sittings of the County Court, and Court of In solvency. DuEnRN the last few days we have had some fine showers of rain, which have been hailed with very general satisfaction, and their continuance is by all means desirable for the general welfare of the district. THu quarterly meeting of the Pride. of Wimmera Ledge, I.O.G.T., was held at thei Temperance Hall on Friday evening, when the following offices were elected for the ensuing quarter:-P,W.C.T., Bro. Charles Smith ; W.C.T., Bro. A Swinton; W.S.,Bro. W. Malcolm (re-elected); F.S., Bro. J.Brake '(re-elected); W.VV.T., Sister Maude Woodall; ...

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The Adelaide Insurance Frauds. Adelaide, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882

-The Adelaide Insurance Frauds. Adelaide, May 2. At the criminal sittings of the Supreme Court to-day:?;James Barker, Winm. Hicks, William Fersyth, Otto Du Barry, Bentham, Painter and Morrison were charged with con spiring to defraud the Australian Alliance Assurance Company. e'r. C. Mann, QO.C. Crown Solicitor, with Mr, J. A. Symon, Q. C.; and Messrs. Moore and Gwinne appeared for the prosecution; Mr. Pater, with Mr. Link later, for Barker; Mr. Degenherdt for Do harry, Mr. H. E. Downer, with Mr. E. C. Kingston, for Dr. Morrison. The Crown Solcitor explained very fully what would con stitute a conspiracy, and reviewed the evi dence at some length to show that he would be able to prove the guilt of Dr. _Morrison. He did not know what his line of address might be, but it would ba shown thathe had signed a false report, knowing it to be false. Hicks would prove that Dr. Morrison had re ceived £25 for making his report, and his evi. dence could be corroborated to a certain ex tent. They...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882

PARLIA E YEARY. The debate on theladdrvs was not resumed until 20 minute; to 9 o'bcek on Wednesday evening. Mr. Lmgrid? , Mr. Walker, and 'Mr. Wrixon were the ,nly speakers. Criti cism of a discursise cl racter was offered by Mr. Langridge on She'various topics of the address. lie obiecti amongst other things to -the -reduction ofthe postage on inland letters, which he ýrarned the lHouse would increase the annaol deficiency in the receipts of the Post-oflicet.partment to 200,000. Mr. Langridge toneh, butveey lightly, on the interesting questin on. the Grampian stone, ofjwhieh he stil :et dins a very high opinion. the remarks uf Mr. . Walker were wellrce ceived by thi?I.,use. EIe was moderate in tonli as'well a fair in statement, putting in cleir la ge" the issues dividing the Govern c and tie Opoosition. Hie made n-c over the proposals for a coalition beetnit Mr. Berry and the " party of obstructif;" whos that gentleman des nounced.in trong language in his recent :Sa'ndhurst sech. M...

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RELEASE OF POLITICAL SUSPECTS. London, 3rd May. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882

RELEASE OF )LIT'ICAL SUSPECTS. London, 3rd M-ay. Mr. C. S. Parnell M.P., Mr. John Dillon. aLP., and Mr. K y, M.P., who have been imprisoned as poli?al suspects, have been released from Kinginham gael. The three lion. membelrs leave at once or Londn, to take part in the prpceedingsjf the House of Commons. . i

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THE NEW IRISH POLICY. London, 2nd May, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882

TflE NEW IlriSi POLICY. London, 2nd May, Evening. Notwithstaading the resignation of .;r. Forster as Chief Secretary for Irel md, it is announced that the Gorernment do not intend pursuing any new policy in regard to Ireland, but the Irishmembers of Parliament who are at present ilprisoned as "suspects" are to be at once released, and the case of the other "suspects" will be considered with a view to their ultimate release. The-Coercion Ac:, which expires in the courts of a few months, will not be renewed in its present form. Loidon, 2nd May, Night. In the course eqthe debate which took place in the Housont Commons to-night on the state of Ireln Mr. Gladstone stated that the Governme propose to adopt fresh remedial measures or the protection of life and property in I dand, and means weald also be taken for ie suppression of agMrian out-rges.

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THE ATTITUDE OF THE CONSERVATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882

THE ATTITUDE OF' TRE CON. SRVATIVES. Tlie:Conser\vitivo party and press treat the action of the Government in releasing the Irish "snsyiscts " with ridicule. The re gard it as a iotal reversal of the former policy of the Government, and an admission that their attemp. to pacifyIreland is a total failure.

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882

METEORULOGIJAL NOTES. TEMPRTUREE. - WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY. EIOOEST LOWEST IIIOHEST LOWEST EI the shade 68 50 70 50 In the sun •SO 78 -. Exposed at Night 58 - 44 - IRainfall, total "31 - S1'obable weather-Cloudy, showery. Registered by E. Miller.

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REJOICINGS IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882

t'EJOICIGS IN IRELAN D. * The: release of the Irish members of Parliament fro I Kilmainham Gaol has been cb!eibatad by rejoicings throsghout Ireland.. Ia Waterford a - grand demonstration was held jin honor of the occasion, and the ut most enthusiasm Was displayed.

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY. MAY 5TH, 1882. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882

., Iejord a t . us. g PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. .-F.RIDAY; - MAY 5TI, 1882. ... ... .. TOPICS. TnI Shire Council held its monthly sitting on Wednesday last in the Shire-hall, and as these was a desire on the part of the con- i, cillors to finish the whole of the work in one o day, it was eleven o'clock on Wednesday s, night before the business was got through, b and the council adjourned. One of the d matters which came under consideration was p the appointment of two commissioners to s, serve, in conjunction with the neighbouring it shires, on the water-trust that is in course of h formation. The two councillors selected for ce the position being the president, Cr G. a Bell, for the North Riding, and Cr S. Carter, N for the \Vest Riding. Some of the council- b lors entertained the opinion that,as the above ti gentlemen had already attended the con- ih ferences on the question as delegates, and, in it that capacity, had given every satisfaction, s, it would only be a grace...

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THE RELEASED IRISH MEMBERS London, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882

TUE , LELE.ASED IRIf H dIEMBItS London, Moy.3. The Government, in pursuance of its n wew polioy wvith,regard to Ireland has released the Irish members of Parliament who' were imprisoned at Kilmainham, Immnnediately upon their release they were entertained.by Mlr. Parnell at his residence, where they are it present staying as his guests.

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DIRECT CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER.) THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. LONDON, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882

I9BEGRk xS S.-e*^-- (PER REUTER.) T AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. S LONDON, MAY 3. the Australian cricketers arrived at Ply mouth this morning by the Assam. The team is ia good health; M'DonneU has qfiite recovered from-li? illness iiu ill Il

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