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MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

:4MELBOURNE FLOUR AND, GRAINI j . MARKET.: ,. . : SWEwTEK'SRANsu Acriossjs ' 'The import markets have not displayed much activity, and with few exceptions operations hare been of a somewhat re stricted character. Breadstuffs, notwith standing the uncertainty created by the non-publication of, the agricultural statistics, have been, more noticed, the necessities of the trade compelling them to purchase. Under-these circumstancea several parcels of medinu and average milling, quality, for which on Wednesday only 6 5d .was offered, were taken up on Friday, buyers giving the advance required by holders. The present position of the market is interesting, inas much as the small sapply indicates that any large surplus exists only in the imagination of those whose necessities are adverse to the actual condition of the market. We have, it must not be forgotten, to supply our require. ments for eight months, and again, it must be borne in mind that, owing to the existing prices of wheat, a mo...

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

Commercial. ----- S BORSHAM WHEAT MARKEr? . im office, Monday Evening. Whe.t is worth 6s per bushel but booones is limited. .

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Tragedy at Carlton. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

Tragedy at Carlton. --0o A melancholy suicide was committed at Lygon-street, Carlton, on Thursday last, the perpetrator of the rash act being a tailor name'l John Tihomas Blencowe, who has resided .in the suburb for some six or seven years. .The deceased was a man of particularly sober habits, but apparently of sensitive temperament, an . there can be no doubt thatjealousy was the cause of the crime. Mrs. Bleacowe had for some time- past entertained suspicions that her husband was on terms of idntimacy with a young girl' who was employed in the shop, and fully. believing that such was the case, she induced the girl's mother to~ take her away, and domestic unhappiness followed, Blencowe being sullen and reserved, towards his wife and. children. Indeed since Mo?iday Slast his manner .has been so peculiar 'as to attract the attention of those who associated with him.On Wednesdaymorn he went out and purchased a bottle of wine, which he drank during the day, and in the evening 'sas prese...

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ASSASSINATION OF THE IRISH CHIEF SECRETARY AND UNDER-SECRETARY. London, May 7th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

ASSASSINATION OF THE IRISH CHIEF SECRETARY AND UNDER-SECRETARY:- - London, May 7th. A:terrible outrage is reported from Ireland, which has cauined the utmost consternation: TWhile Lord Frederick Cavendish,, the pnewly.appointed Chief Secretary. for Ireland, and Mr. -Thomas Haviland Burke, piermanent Under Secretary for ?Ireland,' were walkinig last evening inmPhienisPark,- Dublin, they were eqddenly attacked and stabbed. :::The wounds inflicted upon both gentlemen were of so serious `a nature ithat death ensued in each case' hurried mannerjin ;ywhich -the outrage was committed no .arests-ohaye< s y t been-made.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

GENJEAL, NEWS. jAn3 gquiist was held at Launceston oin :Monday on'the body of a young woman nimed fieezeweili wh had beien 'iot dead on Saturday by., a. man inamed'. Braxton j ith .whomashe had formerly lived. A -verdict ofr wilful murder was returned against Braxton.--Whie the jury: were,o!ooking' at some documents the prisdner suddenly produced a razoir which he-had :secreted, 'ind out -liis throat, ,nearly. severing' his .wind-pipe? The wound is not certainly fltal. An amusing reminiscence of old Mel bourne is contributed by a gentleman who remembers the election of Mr.' Mayor Condell.. The day after his election his WoVrship tdok his seat upon the magisterial ,bench when the first person brought before him ias a well known character named Cooper, kuown us the Liteiiary Blacksmith., Cooper had been an active worker on the side of the Mayor during-the election and on a charge bofdrank and disorderly the Mayor was .naturally disposedito be lenient. The excuse of the culprit wais, ....

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(FROM THE AGE CORRESPONDENT.) London, May 7th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

(FRO' TIE AGE CORRESPONDENT.) London, May 7th. The bodies of Lord Frederick Caven dislh the newly appointed Chief Secre tary for Irelaad, and the Permanent Under-Secretary, Mr. Thos. H. Burke, have been found in Phoenix Park, Dub lin, stabbed in several places, and with their throats cut. They were on their •way to the castle to dine when mur dered. The horrible intelligence has created an immense sensation, both in England and Ireland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

p=;: U*.,, :, C ba '-r ii .: i II, : as Cash Draper AND ;1TFZTTER1. FIREBRACIE . STREET, Has just opened a Grand as. sortlent of -{NEW GOODS} FOR THE AUTUMN AND WINTER In the following Departments. .haberdashery Department. Gimp Trimmings, Chenille and Jet Fringes All colours in Fingering Wools; Bone ad Silk Buttons in all colours, and all other goods too minute to mention. Hosiery Department. :Girl's and Women's' Striped and Plain Cashmere Hose from is. Girl's .sd Women's Dark Coloured Cotton Hose froni 6d. -Children's Socks, Plain and Striped in Cotton and Cashmere, Very Cheap. Men's Cotton Socks, strong and well. finishied, 6d. - Men's merino do.from is upwards, a spelial line. Men's Lamb's Wooldo ls.6d, a specialline. S.Fancy, Department Is replete with: all'the Latest and Newest Goods of the season. Silk and Chenille Ties. Silk Fishins and Squares from Is 11d. . 'Black Laces, Spanish, Maltese, Antique, Bretonne.... ' . Black and White .RufiHings, from 13d to is 3d. Ladies' Wool...

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Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY, 5TH MAY. (Before Messrs. A. P. Akehurst and F. L. Smyth, P.M.'s.) DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

- Hosha`ifPolie- Court, FRIDAY, STHCPMAY. (Befroe Messrs. A. P. P. keurt and F L Smnytbh;, AL') DEBT CASES. John Briody v. William Price: A summons for the recovery of £4, being for the livery of a horse for four weeks at £1 per week. , Mr. Sherard :ap peared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Perry for the defendant. Mr. Perry on be half of his client said. that the charge was only to be Ss: per week, and that the animal had only been in the com plainant's stables for three weeks, to meet which £2 5s had been paid into court with 15s Gd costs. After hear ing the complainant's evidence the bench made an order for £1 15s with 10s Gd costs. Catherine Martin v. James Carroll: A surimons for the recovery of £5 lls goods sold and delivered, to which a set off was put in of £5 10s Gd for work and labour done. Mr. Ireland appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Sherard for the defendant. Catherine Martin deposed that the amount was due to her. The defendant stated that some of the items included in th...

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THE "TIMES" ON THE SITUATION. LONDON, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

TIE "TIMES" ON TRE SITUA IION. LONDON, MAY 8. The "Times" this morning has a lead ing article on the crimes of Saturday evening, and denounces the Government for the course they have taken, by which such a state of things has been brought about.

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Our Contemporaries upon the Crisis. ARGUS WEDNESDAY MAY 3RD. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

Our Contemporaries upon the Crisis. ARGUS WEDNESDAY MAY 3RD. The want of confidence debate has as Emiied a more healthy tone because it no longer veils an intrigue. The com parative freedom and vigour of the dis cussion on Tuesday were proofs in them selves that the constitutional members had rejected the overtures made by Mr. Patterson on behalf of the Radicd party, and that Mr. Berry is not to be brought back to power by the very men whose votes nine months ago removed him from office. This is the result which the community. anticipated. To the public it may seem strange that the proposal should be entertained at all, :but coming from the source it did, Mr. Francis, perhaps, had no choice but to consult his friends and . supporters. However this may be, there could be no doubt as to the result of the deliberation. It was scarcely to be supposed that after deciding on one Tuesday that the Go yernment is entitled for the present .to trhegeneral but discriminating support bhic-h itth...

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PARLIAMENT ADJOURNS. LONDON, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

PARLIAMENT ADJOURNS. LONDON, MAY 8. It has been arranged that upon the meeting of Parliament this afternoon both houses will adjourn as a mark of respect to Lord Frederick Cavendish, lately a member of the House.

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HORRIBLE TRACEDY IN IRELAND Lord Frederick Cavendish, the New Chief Secretary, and the Under—Secretary Murdered. London, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

HORRIBLE TRACEDY IN IREL&ND Lord Frederick Cavendish the New Chief Secretary, and the •:Under-Secretary Murdered. (Frado THE AGROU CORRESPONDENT.) London, May 7. ..Laid Frederick Cdveindish, the newly appointed Chief Secretary for. Ireland, ani Mr. Thomas H. Burke, the Under Secretary, were walking in the Phoenix park, Dublin, when a cab hailed them. Five disguised men alighted, attacked Lord Frederick Cavendish and Mfr. 'Burke with daggers; and' killed both of them. A subsequent examination of the scene of the outrage showed that a desperate'.struggle had taken.- place. When the bodies were.discovered, they were found to be covered with. wounds: The-crime was committed at 7 o'clock in the evening, and, being summer time it ias broad daylighot. The bodies were founmd 40 yards from the.vice-regal lodge .by one MI'Guire, a bicyclist'.L A boy named Jacobs saw a goroup of men apparently wrestling. It wasnboticed that two fell, and that the others entered a cap) and drove off. Th...

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Foundering of the Bulwark. LOSS OF EIGHTEEN LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

Foundering of the Bul-: wark. --0- LOSS OF -EIGHTEEN LIVES.' The barque Buliark'is reported in " Mitchell's. Meiritime Register" as having foundered while on a voyage from Yokohama to Puget Sound, and it is believed-that 18 of her crew- have perished. It will be remembered thht this vessel arrived at this port nearly a year.ago from Burrard's Inlet with a cargo of timber, and shortly after' her arrival.she was sent on her beam ends during a strdden shift of wind while riding at anchor in Hobson's Bay. After remaining in this position for weeks, she was brought to an upright position, and pumped dry, when the re maining portion of her cargo was dis charged. She was immediatel; after wards purchased by M~r. David Blair of this city, and was taken into dock, and thoroughly repaired at a cost of £5,000. She sailed for Newcastle in October, and left that port on the Inst day of that month for Yokohama, with a cargo of coals, and after discharging her cargo, sailed for Puget Sound in ball...

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THE CLOTURE. LONDON, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

THE CLOTURE. LONDON, MAY 8. When the procedure debate again comes on for discussion in the House of Commons, the Government will agree to an amendment which has been pro posed to the effect that two thirds of a majority will be nfecessary in order to bring the Cloture into operation for closing debates.

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PARNELL'S MANIFESTO. LONDON, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

PARNELL'S MANIFESTO. LONDOi, MAY 8. Mr. Parnell has issued a manifcsto addressed to the Irish people in which he refers to the_ marders committed in Phenix Park, and says the' name of Ireland will be sullied until the ass assins of Lord Frederick Cavendish and Burke are arrested.

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DIRECT CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER.) A REIGN OF TERROR. LONDON, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

CABLEGRAMS (,,PER REUTER.) A REIGN OF TERROR. LONDON, MAY8.- Universal terror reigns in most parts of Ireland, and crime is becoming more frequent of occurrence.

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THE CONSERVATIVES SUPPORT THE GOVERNMENT. LONDON, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

THE CONSERVA TIVES SUPPORT THE GOVERNMENT. LONDON, MAY 8. It is announced that the conservative leaders of both Houses will support the Government if they proclaim mar tial law in Ireland.

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IRELAND AND THE ENGLISH CABINET. LONDON, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

IRELAND AND TIE EENGLISH CABINET. LONDON, MAY 8. The state of Ireland is occupying the undivided attentiori of the Cabinet, meetings are being held, and it is under stood'that measures are being concerted for dealing in a more vigorous manner with lawlessness and crime in Ireland. It is also stated the Government are prepared a offer a large reward for the apprehension of the assassins. Up to the present they have eluded capture.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

AUsrTALIA THA ItElTOREnI is conild .stly recommended as being far superior to English and American preparations (no matter how reat their pretensions), and 'muchchheaper It throughly cleanses the head from clna dritf, promotes new growth,; and a single bottle will positively restore grey or fLded hair to itsoriginal cloltir an.. beauty. Pro prietor;-CnLEU ES? anudBAST?m?s . etailed by all Chemist in the colony. Price, 3s 6d. -Agentsa : A. L ST.-KnGOER &Ca. rAd ,:J HO' IT ib IONE.-The first object intife with the ameriaen people is to e.t ace ; thie second, bow to retain good health. The first can bo ob tained by energy, honesty and saving; the second (good health), by using GhEnt's keoer FLOrWER. ld YoU be a despondent sufferer from any of the efects of Dyspepsin, Liver Complaint, Indigestion, c., such as Sick. Hedache, Palpiltation of the Henrt, Stonur Stomneach, iHabitual Costiveness, DLizi. ness of the HIead, herrous Prostration, Low Spirits, &e., youn need not su...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882

,r = Epitome of News. ... - o--.- Captain: Brand, of the steamer' Glenelg, from Adelaide, reports that when 9 miles west'by nortlh off Cape Jafbfa he passed the 'wreck'of a vessel of about :50' tous, which seemied to have been long in the water, right in the track of the Melbourne and Adelaide steamers. " The city health officer reports that Mrs; Niinbs is not siffering from small-pox. She still continues in a feverish state, but her case is now considered in no way dangerous to the publ'e health. On the strength of this repo.. the Chief Secretary has ordered the withdrawal of the police who have hitherto maintained the isolation of the premises in which Mrs. Nimbs resides. In order to enlist the sympathy of the younger members of the community with the terrible sufferings of the Russian Jews, the M?inister of Ed--:" 'e has authorised the raising of a voluntary renny subscription in the State schools of the colony. The object being most deserving, it is hoped that by this means a fa...

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