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A New Patriotic Song by Tennyson. HER MAJESTY'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882
A New Patriotic Soug oy Tennyson, HER MAJESTY'S BIRTHDAY. The Chief Secretary has received from the Acting Agent-General (Colonel Pasley,) tile following correspon dence: 8 Victoria-chambers, Victoria-street, West minihster, S. W., 24-h March, 1882.-Sir,-I : have the honor to enclose copy of a letter. which I have received from secretary of the Royal Colonial Institdte,- reqnieting me to forward to yon the accompanying copy of a song, entitled, Hands all Round, which' Mr.. Tennyson, the poet laureate, is desirgus should. be publicly sung throughout' the British Empire, on the approaching anniver eary of her.M.Ijest)'s birthday, --1 (hve the honor to be, Sir, your most obedient servant, C. PASLEY.... Royal ColonialInstitute, 15 Strand, W.C., 18th March, 1882.-Sir,-At the request'of -Mr.Tcnyson I beg to forward herewith a copy of an English and Colonial national song, en titled Hands All bund, which he is desirous should be publicly sune g throughout the British'rEnpire on the appriac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882
OE On S " "3`'` E ý o L0G .: . ... .... . OE LLIG o: GOODS * CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER ROUSE In the Tradeo, Our late sale being such a success, we are placed in a position. to buy.largely,. thus giving our numerous customers a Choice Selection of all Goods to choose from. We'quote a few of our many Low Prices. - .. DRESS DEPARTMENT. A splendid line in Serges, in all colours; at 7ld per yard, worth Is. Costumoe Cloths from Sid and upwards. e A grand line in Winceys at Sid per.yard ; better lines at 51d, ?ld,.and 81d. - - Coloured Cashmeres from Is lid per yard. Black and Coloured Velveteens from 2s 3d. All Wool Plaids, Black Cashmeres, and Merinos in great variety. :. - Black and Coeonrel Silk Velvets and Plushes, beautiful quality. FANCY DEPARTMENT. : The Goods in this departsentare remark ably Cheap. .. . Silk and Chienille Ties. ; laces; black and coloured.? Embroideries ad d Insertions from. 21d per yard. Le'se and Tarlatan Rufflings, a large assort ment. - .-. ... Ribbons in gr?at ...
Opening of the Donald Railway. (CONDENSED FROM THE ARGUS.) St. Arnaud, Monday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882
0-____ I, (CONDENSED FROMTHEE A. I rmls , Mondtay night The line of railway between Arnaud and Donald was opened toa, (by?I?. Mr* c atný,Kif. Donald is'a :dcit af- t , U, Bol ic en,' Bthe people resident there and in the neilh bourhood have 'iiffered.mick lately from prollitions weather that the colony generally experienced, and partly owing to the rain, and partly to the complet;i t of -the;long-deferred= railway, they re lI i " the .estofspiitsa biut it is gratifying s to note that in the cheerful reaction now previiling the resitdent~ show that . they intend to remember and profit by I the lessons which thertiecent dry season t has taughttliemi•. Much of their talk is about water r conservation and in-a dividumll, ind'iier'alf'lthey' seem ( desirious tod 1it; tlii'r-?houlders to the d wheel to sscure theirdes'deratum. At n the banquet, referred to further on, some F of, the heartiest. applause wa's niven i when allusiaois w(ere mad to the action t of the Government. in sending wa...
NHILL. May 1st. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882
NHILL. ",i. r May 1st. A meeting of the Hospital Committee wasaheld at Nhlilli Ort, idist: Pre sent: "Mr* Bone (rek· ent) M'essrs.. son~; -floyefroft, d -'Kezle. It was moved by Mr. F. FI. Oliver, and seconded by Mr. B. Lindo,-That the minutes of the previous meeting be read and confirmed.-Carried. Moved -: oby: Mr? F.: :. Oliver, had 'secohded by! Mr. G. Wilson, That Mr. Turner, surveyor, be instructed to survey a site for, the : lospital, and- stich. site be` selected: by the'' trustees.-Carried. Moved by Mr. B.. Lindo, and seconded by Mr. G. Wilsoii' That further ad vertising in the "Age" and "Argus" was necessary for a duly qualifiel man. - Carriid. Mlbovd by MrF. H. Oliver, and seconded by Mr. J. IHoyroft,-That the secretary acknowledge the receipt of Dr. Lock's letter, and state that such' will be considered next meeting. Moved by Mr. F. H. Oliver, and seconded by Mr. R. Rintoule, That a building be constructed according to plan forwarded by Mr. M. Ryan, architect, and the sai...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 5 May 1882
DEATH. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; TUCKER.—On the 21st of April, in Adelaide, James Charles Tucker, second eldest be- loved son of John Samuel and Rosannah Tucker, of Paddington, London, brother of Mrs. Noblett, of Horsham, and late of Stawell and Portland; aged 30 years. His last moments were peace in Jesus.
THE RELEASED SUSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
,THE RELEASED SUSPECTO. Mr. C. S. Parnell, M.P., Mr. John Dillon, 31.1', and Mr. O'Kelly, Uh. P., who were re leased frc: J Kilmainham gaol on Monday night, were plcsent in the House of Commons this ,fternoon, and took pert in the proceed ings. ` large crowd had assembled outside the Parliament Ilauscs in expectation of the orrier' of the ho: members.
BALLARAT GRAIN MARKET. J.W. GRAY AND Co. report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
BALLARAT GRAIN MARKET. J. W. GRAY AnD Co..report : There is little change to report since our last. Farmers are now busy sowing and consequently supplies are not so heavy. Wheat has buyers at 6s 2d to 6s 3&; oats in demand at 3s 8d to 4s; peas 3s 101 to 4s; Cape barley 3s 10d to 3s lid; English do. is wanted at 4s Gd; potatoes going from £3 7s Gd to £ 10s ; in hay and straw a good business has been done; sheaves are in great demand at £4 10s to £5; Manger hay has fair sale at £5 10s; for straw there is an active demand at £2 15s to £3 for oaten, and £2 to £2 5s for wheaten.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ----5- (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) 3MELBOURNE, Miilnight. The Irish murders are the only topics of conversation. Sir Bryan O'Loghlen telegraphed to Mr. Gladstone to-day on behalf of the Government as follows:-" Victorian Ministers sym pathise, with your Government on its loss, and desire to express on behalf of the people of Victoria and themselves their deep abhorrence of the foul as sassination of the Chief and Under Sec retaries for Ireland. :Fifteen members have yet to speak on the no-confidence motion; the de bate cannot conclude till Thursday. The Government will treat MrFincham'spro posed motion as another no-confidence vote.' The first meetings in the estates of Masterton and Co., and Wright, Payne and Co., were held to-day, and proofs of debts tendered. The girl Waites, mother of the child found on the banks of the Yarra with a stone tied to it, was brought up at the City CoJrt to-day, and remanded for a week. She acknowledged her guilt. It is stated tha...
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, MAY 9TH, 1882. The Political Crisis. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
0 -: PUBLISHED. EVERY TUESDAYt:AND . FRIDAY. TUESDAY, -AY .9Tii, 1882. The Political Crisis. Now, that it-is'evident the vote of no confidence tabled by. Mr. Berry will not lie adopted by the House; and that. the discussion it has evcked has 'hopelessly wandered away froin thd point at issue to the action of Mr. Ba?v in reference: to the use of the family gravel, it is to be hoped that there may be no. further delay in our legislators proceeding to. that for which they were specially siim moned together in the proclamation' convening Parliament, viz-" the de spatch of business." What has been going on for the last fortnight in the Legislative Assembly isabut a repetition of the delays whi?h have so marked our parliamentary,history in the past,--de lays which cinnot be characterised as being other than vexatious; the incep tion and protracted nature of which cannot be divested from the suspicion of being orginated purely from party motives and for the attainment of party ends, and in...
THE VICTIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
.I .OMTHE IMBIWALJ i7 Lord FrederiokWendieh, wih has S*.;Li'flOIl .'r 3.iT· Ci ;t; hl[I: been so foully murdered with I Thomas H. Burke, Under-Secreta, Ireland, in the Phoenix Park, Duali was the second son of the present Duk of Devonshire and brother of the 3)t quis of Hartington. He was born ia 1838,. and was educated at T int College, Cambridge, where he tool h degree M.A. He married in 1864 the Hon. Lucy Lyttelton, daughiter of 4th Baron Lyttetlon. Amoen he appointments he was Deputy-Lieuottant and a magistrate for Lancashire, e" was appointed in 1850 private se' tary to Earl Grenville (when Lord eri dent of the Council), which office he held until 1864. In 1865 Lord Frederick entered ?arliament in the Libeal i0l terest being returned for the W?st Riding of Yorkshlre, and which con stituency he represented at thfe de o his death.- In society Lord Freder,,k will be very much missed, as hie V,? very popular, and both inside and a?, side of the Hoaso he ail';ays t.O4 prominent part...
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
LOCUAL TOPICS. SInCE the drought has fairly broken, such is the anxiety on the part of many of the farmers in the district to get in all the seed they can, under. the impression that the season is likely to be a favourable one, that many of them may be seen "driving their teams a-field" during the present moonlight nights. Mv. A. Cartledge, who for somie time filled the position of revenue inspector in this dis. trict, having been appointed to'the Kyneton district, left Stawell onSaturday last for his new sphere of labour. Owi' report of the proceedings of the Polieb Courteon Friday will be found on our fourth p.age. .It will be. seen that upon the occasion two' police magistrates presided, viz., Messrs Akehiorst and Smyth. Mn. W. A.' Zeal .wasthe onlycaiadidate nominated for:the North-Western Province election; 'and is onseqnuently elected. The" tenure of the seat expires in six months' time. A ntumber of Mr. Zeal's friends. and sup porters in the district met-that gontleman at the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
whog. ýoung'iS RAMV. THEOAS YOUNG AUCTIONEER. Stook, Station, Land, Finance, and Commission Agent, WILSON STREET. HOREHA3M SDVANCES nade on Leasehbld or Free hold Country Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for ale either in t'Fe colony or in London. Aricultural Machinery and Implements by the best Melbourne and Ballarat Makers, sapplied promptly, and on LcEan ., TErnms. Every description of business connected with the Land-; and - other Gveriinient Departments conductedpromptly, efficiently, and economically. Fire and Life Insurances effected in the beat companies. Sales of Property or Stock conducted in any part of the cblony. AooST Fro Pisken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Lascela. 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 Australian ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
WILLIAMI ADAMSON & Co., Produce Brokers, 29 Little Collins.street West, MELBOURNE, pECE1VE cousienments of Grain, Fleur, JLL etc., for sale or storage, and make liberal advance thereon when required. Gnals SALE held every Wednesday, aind DAmir Pno?vcz Sale every Wednesday and "riday. ' Account sales furnished promptly. .To the Farmers of the lVinanera. R. R. CLARK. of the Union Mille, Ilorsham, begs to inform the Farmers of the Wimmera Ditriet.. that he has NEVE3 R made any Chargh + for Storage, and thatil still ctinues ths practice of STORING FREE. I AM OFF TO WITHERS' WORPLD.I:ENOWNED Wimmera Fruit Market, Who has the LARGEST and CHOICEST STOCK of FRIUIT in the Colonies. I AM OFF TO WITHERS' Fer my GRAPESI, where they arrive fresh and direct from the vineyard every day. I AM OFF TO WITHERS'. Where you can get APPLES as large as babies' heads. I AM OFF TO WITHERS' Formy PCTATL?E, because lie sells more l.a: ,.+my otiher house, and you can depend upcn getting them fresh and ...