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Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

Post and .Telegraph i!Office. The Post ofice is opoo from9 a.mo to Gpiso. The telogrtph' oste I" open: from 8.30 a.m..to 8 p.? (Sundoys exceptod): on Sudalys meaoagoa dropped into the letter box, wirth fe onecoed lo p to9.30 pmwill be despatchOd. Money Order anSavinga Bank open from 10 am. to 3 p.m. Jung Jungilway .... station........... Murtoa ............... tupanyup :..:....... Cl6se LlS'a..daily (Sn1mdayo Longerenog......... excepted.) Duo at 10 a.m. Greeon Hills........ daily.. (Sundays excepted.) Lrubeek .................. Arat lloeamt,Geelong and Glenorchy ..-::..... .'Melbourne, due at 6 p.m., Stawell......:.:...:. also, Close for Geelong, Ste. Arantt ...............;.. well & ; elbournce only, 6 Balar?t ............ m.ai?J Gelong . ... Melboorno.

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FROM PORTLAND TO HAMILTON AND ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

FRIOM PORTLAND TO HE7LTO G.A (D AR ARAT. Lovz--Portland, 10.15 a.m. Annvn--IiHnilton, 12.32 p.m. LnAv--Hamiltn, 12.47 p.m. Annriv-Arara, 3.51 p.m. FAtES 1st Class 2Lnddo. HorslmmtoDoonn I s OGd s Gd1 to'Juns Jung ... -O ad Is G to lunton ... 33 Ot IsG to Lubck ... 3 Od 3s no to Glenorchy ... 7z 0d 4aGd to DocpLed - ... Ss 5d S d toStaniel .... G Od Stowed! to Great we ster ... 13 Gd Is Od , to A strongs . ... os G, is Sto Amrao t .., O 2d - Od to Beaufort . 83 Gd 5S Gd toBalarat .... 123s 1 'S 6d toGeelong. .... 215G . ts Gd to Melbourne .. SOs0Gi Ils O

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FROM ARARAT TO HAMILTON AND PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

F1OM ALARAT TO HA1rILTON AND POflT LAND. L 1.5--A ,1.50plm.l - AnEnir- il;toz 4W.50 p.m. LEavE-IELmulto, 5.5 pam. AnnIvE-PorlaI 7.50 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

ýosi . 11snng's.. 1 as TEOMAS YOUNG AUCTIONEER; , Wo0k, Station, Landi Finiance iad Commission Agent, WIISON STREET. BOB R AM3(' DVANCES made on Lassebhld or Free. hold Country lands. ?.. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in he colony or - London. iculturalnl laehinery and Implements tbe.best Melbourne .and Ballarat Makers. unjplicd piriiiptly, and on LIBERsL Tenss. Every description of business connected with the.Iadil, :ind dthberGoverament De'artments ionductedprinrhptly, efficiently, an. economically. - Fire and Life Insrances effected in the best compaiies. ' Sales of Property or Stock conducted in any part of the colony. : AucT For Fisken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys LasceBlls. and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The Australian Mutual Provident Life As jmrance Society. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand 3Balarat Permanent Building and Invest. - ment ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

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HORSHAM RETAIL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

IIOISHX?I RETAIL VIAilEr. Freoh butte:, 13 per 1b; pxttel do, ed pae lb; e"gs, va per dozen ; chbeee, 7d to 91 poe lb; boo.a 10,1 to Is ; ham, Is to ls 2i1; p -t3e, 53 per cot; ouioua, l;d to ld per lb.

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times Office, Wednesday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

W is .¢ i'.nercici! 1ORSH 13 WHHEAT MAREKT. Tia.o 1 e. Woodonesdy Ereoon Yesto-doy was one of the bnaiost doys this sm too. A large qtm!\tay of whoat arrivol at the sta. tion, anl owing to the briskneaa of the doen- o, anl the koen competrtion amoOOsO the bouyers, the price ro;o tote 4t]l,ot whtiehfigure Large quantitios changed blads.

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"THE MARAUDERS." London, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

"THE MARAUDERS." London, January 24. At Ccrk heavy sentences have been passed opon the gang of "Marauders," who have been convicted of numerous violent and daring acts. The evidence taken on the trial was most important, and disclosed a system of widespread Fenianism.

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THE IMPRISONED IRISH MEMBERS. London, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

THE IMPIRISOEBD IRISH MEMIIBErS. London, January 20. Notwithstanding the exertions which have been made to induce the Government to release the Irish members of Parliament, so as to enable them to attend the sittings of the House of Commons, it has been resolved that the detention of Mr. C. S. Parnell, Mr. O'Brien, and Mr. James O'Kelly, three of the principal auspects, shall be prolonged for thee months.

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THE ATTEMPTED MURDER OF GENERAL TCHERVERIN. St. Petersburg, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

THE ATTEMPTED MURDER OF GENERAL TCHEEYVEIIN. St. Prtersbnrg, January 20. The two men who attempted to shoot ceueral Tcherverin, the Minister of the In terior, have been tried and sentenced to death, but the death sentences were sub acsuently mitigated to twenty years' im prisonment.

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A Queensland Heroine. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

A Queensland Heroine. --------- Towards the close of last September, Cap. tain Watson, the proprietor of the bdehe-de mer station at Lizard Island, on the coast of Northerln Q:leenelaud, sailed from the place with his partner, for the purpose of looking after a fishery on another partion of the coast. leaving on the island Mrs. Watson, with an infant in arms, and two Chinamen. About a month latera vessel which visited the island made the shocking discovery that the station had been attacked by blacks from the main land and destroyed. What had become of the occupants, of the place could only be cote jectlred, but that they had met a tragic fate was considered certain. A systematiesearch of the island resulted in the discovery of a diary written by iMrs. Watson, which showed that an attack was made in the firs; instance on the 20th September, on which day one of the Chinamen, An Leong, was killed. it s. Wats-?n was thus face to face with a terrible danger, but the extroardinary courag...

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THE STATE OF EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

THE STATE OF EGYPT. The position of affzirs in Egypt is im proving. A cmpromise between the As sembly of Notables and the army on one hand, and the Government of Cherif Pasha on the other is imminent.

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Suppression of Larrikinism [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

Suppressia of Larrikinism, A meeting of the suburban justices we. held at the Town Hail, Fitzroy, on Wednes day, to reiei eethe report of the sub-:om mittee appolinted to frame resolutions for thl suppression of hlIrikinism. Mr. Jamne Holden, the mayor of Fitzroy, occupied tie chaiir, a? about fifty justices were present iThe llairman explained the h;e.... r ra:·stinu, and (' o . - ,. '.WnA = ti for t to accept , reject the resolutions which had been draw At pletter was real from the Mayor of Me baurne, regretting his absence from .th meeting, and Mr. Archer, as chairman of th sub-committee, said thatvit comprised;th Mayors of: Melbourne,L Colhigwosd,. iann Fitzroy, Drs. Lloyd, Clarke, Plunmmer. Mir St. John Clarke and himis'lf. The reporl agreed to was as follows:-" Your comalitto has to report that at a meeting held on thi 16thl inst. the following resolutions wee arrived at, and are now submitted for til approval and adoption of this meeting, viz. -1. That all male peruons found ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

The unusnul sight, says the " Geelong Advertiser," of a prop ietor of a drapery establishment throwing his old stock into the street was witnessed on Mondy. Mr. It. J. Joyce, draper, of Moorabool-atreat, had an noanced by placards that hlie intended to " throw away " his goods on certain days of I the week, commencing on yesterday after noon. In txpectation of this being done fully 300 children.of both sexes and of all sizes, who had just come from the schools, swarmed on the footpath and the street in front or the shop. There was great excite m.nt over the matter, the thoroughfare was blocked up, and some of the children were nearly ran over by passing vehicles.. The po'ice remonstrated buto without virail. Shortly before 5 p.m.,, seve.al.assistants in the ship appeared at an open uipstairs win dow, and scattered amongst. the crowd a numoer of hats of all shapes and quality, a fewairballoons, and soine ribbons: flliere was a general scramble by the youngsters for the goods, and the...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. FINANCIAL CRISIS IN FRANCE. London, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (FR:C31 TIHE DAILY PAPERS.) FINA1;CIAL CIIISIS IN FRANCE. London, January 20. The reckless speculations indulgad in on the Paris Bouree have resulted in a financial crisis. The result, which has been expected for some time, was hastened by the failure of a Lyons Bank. Germany and Austria are ooth affected by tho crisis, and the next nettling day on the London Exchange is looked forward to with considerable anxiety. The stocks principally affected are Suez Canal, Egyptian, Imperial Ottoman Dank,and Clerical Union. The ralneof the last-named shares lass fallen from 3,000f. to 1,300f.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

,.: ATEST ;l.NTELLIGEN r. USmA ULIA fYlKSS4AOESCY)ý S.The:lanual imtectings of the :Melbourne -._ spittl Committe was held.:td-day.:;j1ier. Williams rend the ; n -as efollows:-- Amount of subscriptionL,.-£7178 G; oyer. nset grant, £14:500, total revenue, £21,675; Eipendittire, £22,278, which, with the balance of £5970, leaves an indi~btedneis of £6580. The total- number of cases treated ewas 22,900; of these 18,827 were out-dooi patients, ani 4033 in.patients. Of the latter 2874 were cured, 1863 discharged, 634 died; and 332 remain ij'the hospital; yA child, aged 19 months, named Edward "MaTinix. who was run 'over yesterday, died in the hospit'l to-day. : ': Kong Meng interviewed the Commissioner of Customs on behalf of Sun: Kr.m Lee, in whose store the large forfeiture of two hun-' died and sixty thousand cigars was made,' and requested that he might be dealt' leniently with. A fine will be -inflicted, but the amount will not be settled for some time, as the Chinese invoices have t...

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RUPANYUP. January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

RUPANYUP. (FP.Oa Oar oW0 COLnnESPONDEsT ) January 24. The harvesting operations are nearny :: a close, and the yield, though light, is of goaod quality. The stripper is the only harvester used for mi es ariae 1. S ra oa ooar large land-holders have grown extensive areas of crops, Messrs. Starblc!k, Cro:nir, M'Donald, Campbell and others having over 400 acres of wheat each, while Mr. A. Best (who has a large area of wheat at Kalkce) has stripped over 1,030 acres of his own crop here. lie employad14 strippers with 14 horses, 4 men and two youths; whilst 4 men with 2 win nowers cleaned and bagged the product at the rate of 30 acres par day. Mr. Best culti vate- over 1,6000 acres, over 1,503 being under wheat. Rleport hath it that a social scandal in this district wil soon be brought before an ece'e siasticl,. if not a judicial court. The accused, unfortunately for the creditof our civiliz tion, a'sumes the prefix of Rev. to his name. His only apology is weakness of the flesh. The Dunmu...

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

LOCAL TOPICS. of I Lithe lait.issue of:th'ie Hamlton =Spectator ai we notice a long paragraph relating to the the action of the Lowanshire CGuncillors at their of latemeetingin regardto therabbits,taken from eo thisjburinaTwithnot acknowledgment. Aswe Th -are clivays-'ciefol when making use of our esteemed contemporv to acknowledge the source of the information extracted, we hope to that in future it will reciprocate in a like cvl manner. in• Tira morning WCr. Kelly, who has been mt connected with the Horsham Telegraph gas Office for the last sevenyears, takes his do- nal parture for Melbourne, he having been re- am moved to the head office. There will be many who will miss M . Kelly, especially hol those who were mn the habit of meeting him Ms d ily in business. lie was one of the most apj obliging and attentive officers anyone could pal wish to meet with, and his loss will therefore sac be all the more felt. He will be missed I especially from the Wesleyan Church, in the io affair...

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OUTRAGES IN DUBLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

L LUTAGJR BEIN I(-E Outrage and crimes ofviolence have been increasing in Dblin lateljy." A number 6f. eases of garotting have; recently; occunrtd. lrheGb'ernment has decided.to i strengthen Ithe military fors. at Iresent atatiieii in':tlih ICity.' *'.·

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Death From Sunstroke. Wunghnu, Jan. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 January 1882

Death From Sunstroke, Wungltnni, Jan. 23. A distressing case of sunstroke, attended by fatal results, occurred here on Saturday. A carpenter named Neil ,4'Fadzeo, engagJe on Mr. Dockery's new hotel, was noticed -Iy Mr. Mark Dockery to be suffering apparently from over exertion, and- immediately after. wards was discovered by that gent:eman in an unconscious state, evidently in a fir. He was carried inside, but, after lingering for only thirty minutes, he expired. A magisterial inquiry was held yesterday, and from the medical evidence adduic d a verdict of death from sunstroke was returned. The deceased vas well known in this and the Clunes district. He leaves a wife and grown up family.-" Age-."

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