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Tragedy at Launceston. MURDER AND ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 May 1882
Tragedy at Launceston., MURDER AND ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. The " Launceston Examiner" gives the following account of the murder of Ellen Sneezewell by George Braxton, and the attempted suicide of the murd- erer during the inquest which was held on the deceased's body: One of the most deliberate and cold blooded murders that it has been our duty to record happened about 9 o'clock on Saturday evening, April 29, in York-street. It appears that an elderly man named George Braxton, generally known by the soubliquet of "Towney," entered a house of ill-fame in York street, kept by a woman named Sneeze- well, about half-past 8 o'clock in the evening, and enquired if he could see Sneezewell. The girl made answer that she was asleep, whereupon he told her to leave the place. She said there was no one in the house but herself and de- ceasad. Braxton took a light from the kitchen table, and went into Sneezwell's bedroom in the rear of the premises. When he entered the apartment he was heard to say, ...
THE AMERICAN FENIANS. London, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
TIE AMERIAN FENIANS. London, May 9. The American branches of the Irish Nationale Land League are offering large rewards for the conviction of: the perpetrators of the recent outrage in Ireland. O'Donovanl Rossa, the editor of the "UnitedIrishman," justifies the aims and .policy of the, Irish Nationalists, but denounces the murder of Lord Frederick Cavendish and Mr. Burke.
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MAY 12TH, 1882. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND . FRIDAY.... FRIDAY, MAY- 12Tx, 1882. LOCAL TOPICs. Wa have.been informed that cattle and sheep are dying in the Warracknabeal dis trict owing to.having partaken?eof the'arsenic and bran intended for " bnny." ' TIE result of the running for the Adelaide Cup yesterday was Euclid 1st and Commotion 2nd_ time 3min.,36sec........-. A COBRESPONDEnrr sends us the following: An accident (which very fortunately ended with no serious results), happened to a young lad -named- Gabriel Phillips, at Warrackna heal. It appears he had been sentto Kellalac a distxuide of about 6 miles, on an errand, riding a horse well-known here named Little Ballqrat.: All went: well until returning hoimeward, when, imniediately he was seated in the saddles the .horse' in. one of its mad freaks dashed away very furiously, as hard as it.could gallop,.when it was very.evidently seen that the youth had not sufficient strength to hold the runaway.---The rider clung manfully tob the saddle fo...
THE IRISH SECRETARYSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
THE tIRISH SEORETARYSHIp. Sir Charles Dilke, Under-Secretary for" :Forign Affairs, was offered the position of.Chief Secretary for ;Ireland, hashdeclinedhits acceptance, because the offer was not accompanied by a seatt in th~dCabinet, and Sir Charles Dilke con isidera i'ata'theCbhief. Secretary \ffid idland thoiclddbe a Cabindt+. linister?
THE KHEDIVE AND HIS MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
THE WKHilIV 'EAND HIS MINISTERS. Serious disagreemeit has arisen be tween the Khedive and his Ministers; which is likely to lead to serious re sults. The Khedive has commuted the sentences of exile of the Circassian officers, who were concerned in the recent plot to assassinate Arabe. The Ministers strongly renionstrate against this reversal of sentence on the part of .he Khedive.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
TOXMAS TQOVN AUCTIOENElt. Stook, Station, Land, Finance, and Commission Agent, WILSON STREET. HORSHAI A DVANCES made on Leasehald or Free hold Ccnntry Lands. A od vanesf Iduances eXoecteie5 A -d ces made on Wool for sale either in the colony or in London., ?-eicnlral GiMachin yto-and ilements gy the beat Melbourne and Ballarat Makers I Every description of business connected with the Lands, and other Government Departments conductedpromptly, efficiently, and ecopomically. Fire ind Life Insurances effected in the - best companies. : Sales of Property or Stock conducted in anypart of the colony. AoeSNT FOR Fisken. and Gibson, Stock' and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Lascclla and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The'ictoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. Btalrat Peeeanent Building and Invest,. ment Society. Valuer for the Ballarat Banking Co., Limited. The Australian Mutual Provident Life As surance Society. HORSHAM SALE YARDS....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
WILLIAM ADAMIISON & Co., Produce Brokers, 29 Little Collins-street West, MELBOURNE, R ECEIVE consignments of Grain, Flour, etc., fbr sale or storage, and make liberal advances thereon when required. GRan SALE held every Wednesday, and Daa PIanoDce Sale every Wednesday and Friday. Account sales fornished promptly. iTo the Farmers of the Wi'inelra.. AMR. FR. CLAERK.'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. I AM OFF TO WORLD-RENOWNED Wimmera Fruit Market, -iho has the LARGEST and CHOICEST STOCK of FRUIT in the Colonies. I AM O'F TO WITHERS' For my GRAPES, 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 I'CTATOES, because he sells more than sny other house, and you can depend upon getting them fresh and good. GARDEN SEEDS ...
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. May 9. Messrs. GEORGE HAGUE & Co report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
,, ,GEELONG STATION PROIDUCE MARKET. May 9. Mesras. GEonoG HAGUE & Co report: Wool.-The second series of the London Colonial Wool Sales will commence next Tuesday. Arrivals to the extent of 354,000 bales have been admitted. - It is anticipated that prices will rule about the same as last series. We offered about 150 bales to-day, consisting of local scoured sorts and~iddments of greasy. We had' good 'competition throughout the sale, and succeeded in effect. ing almost a clearing at satisfactory prices. Sheepskins.-Our stores were crowded again to-day, and the majority of the offerings being of a superior character, we had no difficulty in placing consignments at very full figures. We quote :-Butchers' fresh skins, 24d to 38d each ; superior large and well grown ditto, to 42d each ; country skins, 15d to 26d each; pelts, ld to IOd each ; lamb skins, led to 24d each, and 3d to 51d per pound.