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The Insurance Frauds. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
The Insurance Frauds. Adelaide, Friday. The trial of Jis;-Barker, Otto Aloys do Barry, and Dr. Morrison, for'conspiring to defraud the Australian. Alliance Assurance Society, was resumed this morning, and the cross-examination of Hicks was continued. He conducted i mself somewhat jauntily, and gave his answers in a flippant style. He said he went to the theatre with a priest, and always observed religion outwardly. He gave his opinion that the ice which Weather head used hastened his death. The witness said he was careful in his statements, because he knew the diabolical amount of animus in this country, prompting people to entice him to commit perjury. He had foes within and enemies without. He denied that anything was done to hasten Weatherhead'. decease. For holding their tongues the Littlewoods were promised a start in an hotel. Mr. Kingston's sarcastic comments in cross-examiing encouraged Hicks' flippancy. In the course of argument the judge said there was every probability th...
ARRIVAL OF THE S.S. ORIENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
ARRIVAL OF THE S.S. ORIENT. By the s.s. Orient, which arrived in Rob-'. son's Bay on Friday,-afternoon, we are in receipt of one -week'e later English intel ligence, from March 24 to March 31. THE NO-RENT VENDETTA. For once the Land League emissaries have not had it all their own way. On the night of March 24 an armed party of about 30 Moonlighters proceeded to attack the house of a farmir and echoolmoster named James Ryan, at Dromblane, seven miles from Thurles, County Tipperary. Ryan had been a prominent member of the local.Land L'ague. and took an active interest in its proceedings but latterly,! owing to-his de clared intention to pay his rent, he had in curred the hostility of the tyrant organisa tion, which developed into "boycotting," and ultimately culminated in a murderous attack. The police by somemeans o. t:ined a hint of what was planned, and three con stables armed with rifles concealed them selves in a haggard a short distance from Ryan's house. Between 11 and 12 o'clo...
FEELING IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
rE 'EL IN AMERICA. The new Irih policy of htle Gladstone Go l'Wment b5 gi5ven gleat satisfaction to t e Iris 'n A erica. The Land Leaguers t?ere are exultant and public demonstrations fijey are to ee held. -------- letterhas been received by the Corn. M"si oner d alays from the solicitor of w 'ein?r~ired i the late Windsor acideut, rkig the department ftor c penlB5oIfor=
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
MISCEILANEOUS. . The county Cork grand jury, on Saturday last, found a true bill against 19 out of 30 priscners lately arrested in Mill-street district chaaged with being members of the Irish' Re publican Brotherhood. Another dynamite outrage was perpetrated about 1 o'clock on Monday at Dunmanway, county Donegal. A 6inch'metal shell was thrown into the residence of Messrs. Lucas Brothers, followed by a terrific explosion and demolishing two rooms. The inmates, who occupied distant apartments, fortunately escaped unhurt. Messrs. Lucas are extensive farmers. A neighbouring farmer named Alexander \M'Clintock has been arrested on suspicion, and remanded. On the same morning a band of Moon lighters attacked the house of James Cnddy, a farmer, of Newton, county Kilkenny, who had taken a holding from which another man had been evicted. Cuddyescaped injury, the bullets lodging in the bedpost. Two men have been arrested.
LONG FELLOW'S LAST ILLNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
:LONGFELLOW'S LAST ILLNESS. The people of Australia will have long since learned by' telegram of the death of the great American poet, Longfellow, whose loss will be- mourned, as deeply and sincerely at the antipodes as in these western lands.- His health had been failing for some time past. The death of his intimat. friend Professor Agessiz gave him a shock from which he never fully recovered, and of late he had been almost a stranger to Boston society. His last public appearance was in December 1880, on the anniversary of the settlement of Cambridge, when he addressed an audience of school children, About three months ago Longfellow one morning found himself dizzy, enable to rise, and suffering from pain on the top of the head. For a week he was unable to walk, but the ~ symptons gradua'ly diminished, thounh neither the vertigo nor the pain disappeared. He also experienced great loss -of appetite and strength. He accepted the situation cheerfully, retreated to a private room, refu...
THE SUSPICIOUS FIRE AT THE ALBERT DOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
THE SUSPICIOUS FIRE AT T'HE ALBERT DOCK. A slight clue has been discovered to the persons concerned in setting fire to the build inp.atthe Albers Dock, which seems to ploint to Fenian agency. It has been ascertained that on the night of the 14th of March a man called at the establishment of 1Hr. Clark,'con tractor, in Poplar, and asked if a van could be sent at about a quarter past one on the morning of the 17th to meet two sailors, and take them, with their three boxes, to catch an early train on the Great Northern Rail way. Mr. Clark was not home at: the time, hut his wife raked how..it could.be known that the men would be up atthat par ticular time, to which the applicant replied that he was certain they would be, as he had received .a letter from them to that effect. Mrs. Clark then asked if a spring cart would not .do as well as a van, pointing out that'a cart would be able to go much quicker. r The man seemed to hesitate' at this, buitthen' said that as the chests would be ver...
OUTRAGES IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
OUTRAGES IN IRELAND. Mr. A. E. Herbert, J.P.' of Killienterna hoase, Cestleisland, County Kerry, was shot ontlarch 30, when proceeding home, within a quarter of a mile of the military barracks, Cestleisland. The unfortunate gentleman receivel a gunshot wound in the left breast, the thumb of the-left hand being also shat. tered. When found by the police he was quite dead. Mr. Herbert was'a' land agent and landlord of property in the district. . Another murder. evidently connectedirith the Fenian conspiracy, was committed' on Tuesday morming, March 28, in' apiublic house, in Dorset-street, Dublin.. Shortly before 12 o'clock, three men, named -Mac. mahos, a van driver, Martin, and Brophy, -entered the house' and ordered a drink, which wac supplied to them in a small room. they had only been a. few minutes tbogether when the report of a shot was heard, and Brophy ian out of the house. On entering thelroom, Macmabon was found lying on the floor, shot in the region of the heart. Brophy wa...
MR. FORSTER'S EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
M1r. FO? STEr.' EXPLANATION. Mr. Forster made a statement in the Hioune of ccnmoUs this aflc:noon as to his rensons for res.nihg the Chief Secretaryship icr h:e.and. He e?'ad that the disbrdcrly :odiioin f Ireizld,: rd the continuance of tegit.iei n sod outr;:. were Euch that he ,ou]d n.t ?-va fe tt i.."- :d inco n g tinto SiLe re: se of the inn ,is-nud suspects. de nci;ujld by a strong rtiression of his r, i,.in that the CoveCCn;Lee would find it lzhc~sible to carry on the effectiveo Ad. r'irir-tratioo of frhlend.
GREAT SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
uREAT SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. The statements made by Mr. Glaasto canoed an extraoldnuarv ·SLsation in the ltuse. Mr. John Dillon, DI.P. forTipperary, and Mr. James O'Kelly, M.. for Roscommon, tuw of the liberated nuspecte, indignantly &lt;-?th3 aiy knowledge of the negotiation, and rpi !diated the right of Mr. Farnell to commit tc Land League to an abandonment of its Tolicy. The exeitement that followed these I statements was almost auparalleled, and it :ai saome time Lefore order could Lc re * tored.
THE IRISH MEMBERS AND THE GOVERNMENT. London, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
THiE HRISH Ž.iE BEilS AND THE GO. VEItNIVENT. London, May 5. Considerable excitement was occasioned in the Houee of Commons last night, when an an mated discussion took place upon the recent policy tlursued by the Government in regard to Ireland. The lately liberated members were ptesent, and took an active part in the proceedings. It was stated that the relerse i1 the p~liticl ouspects formed a portion of a complact which the Government had entered into with the leaders of the Irish Lend League, who in return were to use their ilfluence to restore order in Ireland. The Irsh members now repudiated any such compact, and denied its existence. MIr. W. E. Forster, the late Chief Secretary for Ire land, strongly assailed the Government for the step they had taken, which was both un wise rud impolitic, and hbd been undertaken. nho:;y aoainst his advice. Mr. C. S. Parnell, on behaJlf cf the Irish home ule memnbera,ex plaincd, in regard to the compact spoken of, that a promise hbd been give...
Mr. Gladstone's New Irish Policy. NEGOTIATIONS WITH MR. PARNELL London, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
Mr. Gladstone's New Irish Policy. 32EGOTIATIONS WITH MlR. PARNELL London, May 4. Negotiations are now pending between the Gldstore Cabiuet and Mr. Parnell to see if scme arrangement cannot Le ariived at with regard to the future conduct of Irish affairs. Sr. Chaman rlain, who is believed to hove been the main ilstuinntjt in promoting the .recent reversal of the Irish policy of the Government, is thl medniuu of communica tion between the Ministry and the home mle leader. Mrrsrs. Parell and Chamber 'Jain are in close communication, with a riew to forming a compact which will pot an end to the anarchy ns-w existing in Ireland.
STATEMENT BY MR. GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
STATEMENT BY AIR. OLADSTONE. An important statement was made in the house of Commens this afternoon by Mr. Gladstone, repeccting the negotiations which preceded the charge in the Irish policy of the Government. The Premier stated that on condition of the Government abandoning the coercion system which they had hitherto alopted, Mr. Parnell had promised that the Land League should abandon the anti.rent agitation which it was carrying on in Ireland.
THE NEW SECRETARY FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
THE EEW SECRETARY FOR IRELAND. The appointment of Chif SEcretnry for ireland, vacated by Mr W. E. Forster, has leen accepted by Lord Frederick Cavendish, I.P. for the West Riding of Yorkshire, who ao bren ocenpying the position of Financial Secretary to the Treasury. Mr. Joseph Chamberlain was first offered the appoint -nent, but declined it.
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
LGAZETTE. --o- The Honorable Robert Le Poer Trench, Q.C., Judge of the County Courts, ?e., to act at Ararat, Horshamn, and Stawell, as Judge of the Court of Insolvenay, for It. A. Billing. Esq.; to. whomn has been assigned the lcestern Insolvency District. The(following hind has been reserved : Kellslac.--Site for Public purposes (State School, No. of application 2454,) also with held from sale, leasing, and licensing, and excepted from occupation for mining purposes or for residence or business under any miner's right or business liccnse.-One acre, county of Borung, parish of Kellalac, being part of allotment 145. Laen.-Site for Water Supply purposes, . also withheld from sale, leasing, and licens ing, and excepted from occupation for resi denese or business, under any miner's right or business license.--Twenty-two acres, county of Borung. parish of Laen. situate in suction A. Public hoearings under the Land Act will take place as follows :--orshamn, Wednesday 14th June, 10 a.m.; D...
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
Local Lanal Board. ----o------ A Local Land Board was holden at the Court-house, Horsham; on Wednesday. 3rd day of May, 1882, when the following ap plications were dealt with: Awonga and Charam. 1. Thomas Darby,sen., 320a ;recommended Bangerang 2. Rachael Wallace,320a (J.Wilde's forfeited selection); recommended 3. John Wilde, 320a, (J. Wilde's forfeited selection); refused 4. Edwin \Villiamson,320a, (R. Holly's for feited selection); recommended 5. Sarah iRossitter, 320a, (I. Holly's for. feited selection); rvfused Batyik. 6. Walter J. Usher, 320a ; recommended 6?. henry Christian, 320a; withdrawn 7. Thomas Hutchins, 318a, (J. A. Arthur's forfeited selection) ; recommended • 8. Samuel Gibbs, 320a ; recommended Booroopki. 9. David Stark, 320a; recommended 10. Sarah Parker, 320a; recommended 11. Patrick Lavery, 320a ; postponed Bringalbart. 12. Edwin G. Chaplin, 320a; recommended 13. Francis J. Chaplin, 320a; recommended 14. John WillU, 320a, allot. 17 ; rec.. 15. William J. Hanson,....