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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
Commercial. : OHAMI WHREAT MARKET, - nm offie, Thuisday Evening. 'tj leatss uoteý at 6s per boshel' bnttoe price is erelý nomnal, as there s obtlittle doaing. BALLABAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. May 10. Messrs. HEPBn?RE ADD Rowe report : The stock yar-led were-526 cattle, 56 calves(-11,504 sheep, 196, lambs.- Fat cottle =Ah-average number canie to hnd, tu?lity ranging from medium to prime, but including a lsrger proportion than usual of good and prime, best being drafts ?from- Mr. -John Thomson, Keilambete .; Mesrs .J.r and P. Manifold, Purrumbete; and Mr. C. B. Fisher, Yallock.. ,There was a fair attendance of buyers. The market opened at a decline of about 10s a head on last week's rates, but, as sales progressed, prices advanced to fully last week's currencies, the market closing firm. Quotations-Best pens of bullocks, £10 to £10.13os;.good, £8 10s to £10; medium, £7 to £8.. Cowsr at proportionate ,rates. Fat Calves-Supply was a fall one, but demand was good, best selling to 64s. Fat She...
ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
' ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE. In the Honse of Co~moniathis even ing Mr. Gladstone, in moving that the Hodse do now adjourn as a mark of re spect to the memory- of the. late, Lord Frederick' Cavendishi who,: with ~MIri Burke, was mnuiddred if Diilin on ituirdiryei?~ ing, said that the Govern medft imust recast their,policy in regard ,to Ireland,1nd'tihey would Ulierefore in trodiice repressive measures on Thurs day, and thequestion of the arrears of -rent would be dealt with at a later period.: :Sir- Stafford' Northcooe, the Conservative leader, supports the Government in the introductiodn of re pressive measures in dealrii .'witli the present state of Ireland, a,iandl Mr. Parnell also admits .that additional means are necessary to restore order.
Arrest of a Supposed Murderer. Echuca, 8th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
Arrest of a Supposed ,ur derer. -0 E: chuca, 8th May. Onii:Sunday complaints were made to the Moama police about three-men who were insultingp.ass.erg-by onthe Murray bridge, and the police-soon escorted them off the bridge into the outskirts of, the town and left thiem there. Later in the evening twoof them visited an hotel in Moama aiid called for'drinkis, hich the landlord irefused to supbply. They then abised:him and threatened to pull him over the barcounter.'' A constable was in the bar parlor, at the time,.and he stepped out and ordered the men off. Owing to the: constable ?eitg off duti, one of them told; him to go-anlid ip his clothes on, fhereupon the constable put him outside the doori and the: men-thius walked off. The publican and constable, noticed' certain peculiarties aihoutoine of the men, which tallie'd with'a'descrip tims of a man who is supposed to have' committed a murder in Syddney 6fi[tle 10th of Alril lahist; and for ?oior m a rant has been issued. This iorni...
Another Railway Collision. SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
Another iailway Coll~ision ;SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED. Some concern was-manifested on Monday night at? the non-arrival of the' Marybbiroug train,: but i:atabout half pasthnethi ni morning when, it arrived, an hotir ehind time, it transpired that a serious collision had-occurred at the 'Tourello station between the up-train from Ballarat and-the down train from Maryborough. It appears that on arrival at Tourello, the train from Mary borough was .first in; agdias in the act of backiig to get on to the siding when the Ballarat train came up, and the two collided. The~eeffect wa. that'thd pas sen'gers in both trains were thrown abdut in the carria es,. some of them sustaining severe ij ,but,. facii wel could learn last evening, none are likely to be of a serious character. Th1 cop 6tiii~'however, was so great 4-t aetengine conveying the tsi from Ballartci.had its buffers entirely smashed, and-one of its outside cylihdrs entirely'thrown out of poiibon, and .he steam escaping ivith fuji1for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
AL1niiar xFrki i rf1 RERii oHnfideity recommended as being far sauerior to E.[%hii and Ame" Iftepautions rey poon) ab muci chic&irl It t g "l ele&nse's the head from dan. bottlte"i:l ipo?ltiely restere grey or faded hair to itesoriginal colour an.. beauty. Pm prietor-CLrýEs and Bsamr xeM. Retailed by all Chemist in the colory..ri,. 3e 6d. -Agents: A. L ST. Kauedufs. rtdthe, a. 7J,F. XcMlA'aiey, GENERAL, STOREKEEPER, Iii HORSHAMI, ** Begs to announce that he has ' Openeda Stor' P 4Next doer.tp the BiU.e Christaiai Church), Ani has Stocked the same with Groceries.;: :DraDery,' a?i? .General Merchandise, 1W WILL BE BETAILED AT LOWEST RATEB. LPUBHAL QANITI1EORS I SSMALL QUANTTIES. x.i t.L?i.S-L m "-OJlli.; .A ( I?nO 739 oi r oWl 'L S in fe' I ~ implee t the anctibo rbomni of i'essis. John Gregory and Co., Horstam on'Tisday, the 23rd dayf? Mav 188"? lA 11 oclock ai . t. TOW LOTS ooroopk i, parish ofrBooroojiz, coenty'f. Loran, opset ,price f4 per 'let:-Charge for enirey ....
NHILL. DIMBOOLA, NHILL, & N. W. WIMMERA PASTORAL & AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. May 6th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
NHILL. DIMBOOLA, NHILL, & N. W. WIMMERA T PASTORAL & AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. (From our own Corrcspondent.) s May 6th. A.ineeting of the above society was held on the evening of the 6th inst., at the Commercial Hotel, Phill, for the purpose of electing a committee and ather business in connection with the e above Lsociety's shbw, to be held at a Nhill-this ensuing season. Mr.- Win: M'Donald, president of the society, in the chair. P !Mr Dace~,.moved, and . Kozminsky sebonded,i That' the minutes of the previous meeting lie read and con- . firmed. -..-. ýAn executive committee was ap- p pointed, which consist.of,the following: -M1. Koiziihilsy,?-. P.' . Oliver, R. s Rintoule, J. Hoycroft, D. Cameron, D. e Bone, S. Farmers, G. Bateson, and T. .ungtry. Five to form a quorum; SMr. Dacey moved, and R. Rintoule .' seconded, That the committee nominael Ic 5 hdlopted.-Carried. a h?lat the s cretary communicate with the Horsham Society, suggesting-that they hold their show on sam...
NURRABEAL. May 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
* (From ou om Correspondent.) May 6. A few eekBsback! othing 4seemed to in t owing to t9g .okEn 411' d is ~a-ajuabch fruil fill showers of rain all their gloomy forbodings have been dispelled. Most of them are busy ploughing, and not withstanding the lateness of the season their work is well to the fore., . A ood vaa! har s 1eion ~ wnh;: I may sae that although the pump at the Darragan dam was in constant use during the dry, se3son, en thjýrAiný di- co6me eiven then it contained a fair supply of water. Our old neighbour,, Mr. 7Bell, of South WVonwondah station, is about to take his departure from. amongst ,us,; /_nand leaves u 'next 'week, as Mr.' Laid! law is taking delivery of the sheep and the charge of the station. " Rabbits are still dropping down. I ;i:-have picked n:i' few' during the last day or two, and, upon opening them, found their stomachs literally crammed with the poisoned .bran. They. .have materially diminished, and it is to be sincerely hoped they will not prove , ...
Fire at the Royal Park. THE SNAKE HOUSE DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
Fire at the Royal !Prark. .?:THE";SNAKE HOUSE DES : TROYED. . - Between four and: five o'cloik on Friday morning, a fire made its appear ance.through some unaccountible-means: in ,he reptile house at .the Zoological Gaidens, and consumed. thei. building before anything could be done, to sub: due iti. ,The brigades about Carlton webe piresent. in excellei? tiine, but couiiild do niothing mire than prevent a spread' of "fir' to the fencing and other. houses. ':The keelier states: that; lie ap plied tlih?e'usal heat to the hoiuseat an early-hour, and kept everythingaiis he considered safe.' He'cannot account for its origin. The-jplace was unin sured. aid- the damage, inciuding the value of the species of ireptile°is?'estim ated at £200., - i Theremains are found of the pythons.. The contents' of the departnient formed the wh-ole: collection' of snakes;, the three pythons, and 10 .smaller snakes, includingrth, black,: :brown, :tiger,. dia ;mond,andcarpet varieties. There were also six i...
The Insurance Frauds. CONVICTION AND SENTENCE OF THE DEFENDANTS. Adelaide, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
-iThe Ins, iance Fcraiiud. Ia o CQONIIX OiN,1 AND ;SENTENCE i - O, RF.HE DEFEND'ANTS'.= , s Adelaide,.n dday. s S"'he tial of J mes, Barker,-and Dr. Morrison, for conspiling?:to'dilfraud the in , rliatssialiaeAlYiarice Assurance Society, k ias ~i sdmi e "thi', ' r.n . m. ;n ,-. " Mr. Symon, Q.C.,.addressed the jury I on behalf of the Crown. He character- tl i~aed.t fih' cOnsjlracy-'as = a coaphlicatc d conception, whibli lhai'een carried out A with consummate careaand: cleverness. U He ably ainalysed the evidence for .the h prosecution and coritendbd thiat' uncon- tl tradicted independent teistimony uiilisn hs takably eonnected. Di.;i. orrisson wii?i fi tie conspuracy. He urgedithat'Hick's t' evidence on the-main inpints were -.er- I1 feebly uinshiken by the. cross-examina- v tioni; and 'iidickuled the action of; the 11 defence; in ;.ragg~ng in HRicks school a delinquenties. ? -H'e conteidid that th th 1 weakneassof the'defence was shown; b? the effort made to prove that Dr. Morriso...
AMERICAN SUMMARY. San Francisco, April 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
: i, i'· rcSan;Francisco, ApriljIhL The sentence;of Sergeant: Mason, who while on. duty fired at Guiteau, . 1 bep ommuted-: to! five: mio?thse:nint prisonment in guard-house; forfeiture of pay, and a dishonourable discaiirge. : Dr'. anilton, a well-known Preayd iYs ine of Oakland,California, fell dead in the pulpit, while 'preaching on T th?ousaand Earnan impa~gr it ··___L . . _? ;-C- = = arrived in New York for the 48 hours' e "Boston Journal" of thell 0th announces a gigantic fraud in the China trade. The hou?o bfVogel ei y .., of Hong Kong, hbi~sne a large bliq ~i in hc4?ap., as~,et.er goods betVeen Chinsapaimrica, and Europe. Very recently the English and Frenchlcon |sanees f the firm received serera cargo'es f cibheap fourth-rate silk in place of first-class goods, which had been ordered and paid for. Hardly had an inveshigatjono-lieen ibegn when the; arrival of the ship Richard Robinson ihi New York on the 8th,with a cargo from the same house, exposed an extendive ud of tesame...
The San Francisco Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
The San Francisco Mail, Secev h why of Sydney our correspondence by thb San Francisco mail. The following is a I ~bi.ofjt~ic ;z;piled bt our otosahtiitt Snrsicisco : London, April 1I t 1 The Oxfords won the Univelsi~ oat race on the 1st by six lengths. The Cambridge crew was the firit to com eoutp1on-,the:iriver.! flI fook the Middlesex side. -Ther finas etting s was 5 to 1 on the Oxfords. Bbats atsrited at one minute p.styoie o'clbck. ýissbridge wAisee`lfirst to take wit and immediately led by half a boa 's 'leiglit'bit was caught and passed) the Oxford boat before five yards had t beentrveised._iT e1theSoapi Works, a mnile t?i; ah-alf from the starting- 1 point, the Oxford crew were leading, by three lengths. At Hammersmith-bridge, two furlongs further on,,they wei four £ lengths in front of Cambridge, and off r Chiswick. Mall ther latter seemed to be I fairly dine with.'l The Oxford crew t finished in ,ood? form, and " they won t as rthey pleased." The Cambridge men r were exhaus...