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Lowanshire Council. [CONDENSED FROM THE DIMBOOLA BANNER.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
Lowanshire Council. , Icom-s:OEn ?RO? TIO E DInoo0LA : A b,'ER.] Present: Cr5 S. Farmers, (President,) W. Macdonald, J. M'Lennan, P. Koop,i G.t Edwards, D. Bone, T. Ward,-N. Raaiert,'and W. Willie. TENDERB. The following tenders were then accepted: Centre Riding. :. " Contract No. 153.-Forming and metalling about 4 chains road between Batson's and Sperber's selections, parish Tarrangiainie. (Re.advertised.) W. and J. Phillips, £61 4s. Contract No. 156.-Grabbing and clearing from cleared road, near Myer's selection, parish Gerang Gerung, to Brardt's e?-.c:in, iarish Riata. (Re.advertised.) H. B.Daviea, £1' Ss. West Riding. F Contract No. 15S.-Excavating4000yards, reservoir on allot. 32 patish Yearinga; also to erect water.lift, fencing, and troughing. James Allan, £294 13s 4d. East Riding. Contract No. 159.-Grubbing and clearing road from S.E. corner Clements' selection, to S.W'. corner of J. Thomson's selection, parish of limboola. S. Burkhardt, £1S 19s. Cntrect No. IGO.-Grubbing an...
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
PARLIAlVENTARY. The Assembly sat for little more tian Ihdf an'heulr on Tuesday, but though the meeting was short it" was animated. Sir Bryan O'Loghlen at once rose to call attention to the ?hietvy national calamity" which halI occnired in Ireland. He referred to the cir cumstance that no other Australian Parlia. meat is now in session, and he suggsted that Victoria might speak on behalf of the colonies. In order, therefore, to manifest Austrahlian abhorance of the Phoenix-pZrk crime he: moved, that the . ouse. shoald adjourn until the following day. Mr. B:rry seconded the motion as leader of the Opposi tion,b at:he stated his opinion that tihe Premier might have gone further. A seue?a committee he thought might have been moved for to: frame an address to Mr. Gladstone, expressing regret that outrages should be rife in Ireland, and urging the hen. gentl,"eun not to allow thd recent tragedy to turn hiut from the policy of peace and conciliation which he has iuanuguated. Mr; Francis, o...
RUPANYUP. May 10th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
RUPANYUP ... (From our own Correspondent.) -i May 10th. J. Gregory and Co., held their monthly. Sale here yesterday, and disposed of severel lines of stock at satisfactory prices. The Rev. Mr. Jackson delivered hislecture on "Courtship and Marriage,' to an appre ciative audience last week, J. Cromie, Esq., presided. Miss Jeannie Bett sang two songs? in her osual pleasing style, at intervals dur ing the lecture. Wheat sowing is proceeding vigorously. The weather has been most favourable of late for the operation. The Shire contraets let at the late meeting of the Council haveabsorbed all the able ana willing worimen.-.Navi re reported to be scarce?f Horsdfeed'bf every descriptio is scarce and prices;high.i Stock is very limited in supply. Atrthe late adjourned annual meeting of theroeal Agricultural and Pastoril Society. ,Mr. M. Bodey declined contesting. the elec. tiens of?secretary. There were however, a good choice between three others. sMr. Geo. Wood'was elected secretary;. Mr. :...
THE DUBLIN MURDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
THE: DUBLIN MJURDERS. Moore, the recent arrival from America, who was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the.Dublin mur ders, and the cabman who drove some persons to Phoenix-park on last Satur day night, have ;both. been discharged, as there was no evidence against theni tdto suppoit ai information. :Other arrests have, however, been made, but as yet no positive evidence is forthcoming. The police' are however, sanguine on being able to trace and ap preheiid the'murderers. The.appointment of- Mr. Gee. O. Trevelyan as Chief Secretary for Ireland, is:populiar bothl iii England and Ireland. He enters upon his new duties at once.
THE RISING IN SOUDAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
THE RISING IN SOUDAN. The .large native force hich' has been advancing through. Soudan,. and was reported as being near Khartoum, an important city at the junction of the Blue and White Nile, has been encotii-, tered-and defeated by the Egyptian' troops. The 'false' priohpet who was: leading the. insurgents, was killed, and his followers completely dispersed.
Horsham Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
: " Horsham Hospital. The'ordinary monthly meeting of tih e mittee of the abovelinstitution was hel the MAchanies Institute on WendaunsY at noon. Present: The President (W. D ra mond,) in the chair, and Ifessrs. I? . Andrews, Jai. Brake, A. Cameron a White, Captain Bowden, G. You , M-Calmin, J. Fechler, H. R. Kruer' * Holmes, H. R. Barry, DeCourcy Irelns " ' Robinson, V. Prytz, J. Langlands, and C. q Rasmussan. * • MINUTEe. The minutes of last meeting were reld ,t confirmed. CORRIESPOXDENCE. From Mrs. Canavan, Minyip, forwardi £10 fer attendance of her late eon Jo0q during the time he was a petient io th hospital. Mr. Andrews moved, that Mrs. Canarva be written to stating that the amoant forwar.l. was not sufficient as her son died. s3 it h,t been stated, pssess3ed of property, and ie s the committee would expect the fed am3ona Mr. Holmes seconded.-Carried. From 1U. J. Gilsonan forwarding £1l 1 towards the Itospital, being the proeel.. of lecture delivered at South \Vonwonda!h. Rece...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
"LATEST, INTELLIGENCE., t S (AUSTRLIAAN PRE:SS AGErCI.) i EI~OURa ?E, Midnight. MIr.- I Clark resumed the no confidence de- t bate,'accusing the Government of being un- i reliable oni the Education Act, and denounced ( the administration of railways: He.did not believe the Government had any supporters a in the.House, and if members went to the i counhtry9very few nonld_avow themseldves O'Loghlenites. He believed the country I ripe for.a coalition, and wduld -do hhs best to lring it ebout. HeF must, though with re: I gret, vote for Mr. Berry's amendment. : Mr. Francis :followed, evidently sunfferin? fr6m indisposition, and said he was. affects1 with a giddyness in the head, the result of 1 an accident maily years age. With the help from riosta , however, he briefly. avowed his intention to.support the Ministry.. `He did" not think the management of the depart. ment soabad as had been made out, and as for: the pipes and carriages theywele'wanted so quickly that there was no choice pu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
W ANTED, a strong active Youth. V Apply immediately, Soap Works, Horsham. ANTED, a good Cook. --Apply Criterion otel, Horsham. A ANTED a Good General Servant: wages according to qualification. Apply office of this paper. S opWANTED a Good General Servant. .Apply Mrs. Keyte,. Mt. Arapiles, near Natimok. W ANTED aGood -Shepherd.-Apply at once John Kelsall,un., ,Warrackna-. beal. SANrED a Respectable Norsemaid, about 16, references required.-Apply frL- Thos. Young, Longerenong Road. - ANTED Good Wheaten Hay CHAFF. Highest Price given at C. Rochester's. Produce- Dealer, opposite National Hotel Wilson-street, Horsham. W ANTED KNOWN, that Mrs E. Jones, corner of Fegar and Kosford-streets, cleans gentlemen's Black Cloth Clothes and Felt Hats; also, Ladies Black Jackets and Mantles. Orders left with J. Pomeroy, opposite the railway station, will be attended to. 'ANTED KNOWN.-That YOUNG & SON, Painters, Paperhangers, &e. having taken the premiseslately occupied by T. McNeil, ...
Two Serious Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 12 May 1882
Two Serious Acc ents.e The "Dalby Herald . (Queensland) thus reports two serious accidd?nts't 'a man and his wife :-" Mr. Quinnii ac companiedby his wife and i'sti;, srted from Dalby recently with waggon' and four tons of 'loading -for St. George.. They stopped at Sandy] camp, and in the afternoon Mrs. Quinn went to the river with a bucket. to obtain som'e water. On stepping up the bank she. stumbled and fell with her side .on the bucket, one of the ears of which,' strik ing her side, broke one or. more 6f her ribs; besides inflicting serio6.is"ilntinal injury. She tetarned to canimp a?fd'er husband .applied'wet cloths to herside to stop'inflammation, and she remained camped thereu-dilehrthe dray all night. Next day, as she was very ill, her hlis band obtairidd ;he-ifasistance,of Mr. P. McKeon, who brough her in his wag- on to 'the bospital, h?i husbad?telling her he would make:.all haste and be bhack-as early as possible.: On admrissio to the hlospital'she was foiiid to' lige some ...
Horsham Assize Court. FRIDAY, MAY 12TH, 1882. (Before his Honour Judge Higinbotham) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882
HOrsi am ASiuze hourt, FR Y MAY j12TH j188 (Before ori o?dgeigin ham Mr. Travers Adamson prosecuted for the Crown. LARCENY AS A BAILEE. James Harrison, sear.,,gho ,had een out .owi bail, was arraigne3 upon a charge of larceny as a bailee, but upon the application of the Crown pro secutor, and vitli the, co'isent of Mr`' Aherne, the defendant's counsel, the case was postponed till October, owing to the serious illness of an important STEALING FROM TIHE PERSON. Kate Byrne was then placed in the dock, charged with having on or about the 13th.,.February. last stolen and received the sum of £36 and some studs, the property of Alexander Smith. Mr. Spread appeared for the' accused and pleaded not guilty. The following jury was empanelled :--J. G. Allan (foreman), Luke Byrne, H. Byrne, Jacol 'Picker, John Parry, James Smart, John Carter, John Fisher, Winm Griffin, Thomas Andrews, John Ellis, and William Oliver. Alexander Smith deposed: I know the prisoner and have done so for four years; on...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. May 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882
BAL&ARAý LWHUIOLESAi 1iRODInCE 'Mssrs Cuesa VAdGHnase aiC.C -report . Dfbnthebearypac'f'this week very littl?e,as' d'iien i. `heat" ai? flour, but as wheat advanced iii Melbii rne prices slightly i?hroved' here anid a fewiH salt: of trade lots were made. Today, ini oneqluence of.the Goverisment Agricultural Stalisties'showing a defieancyc of 1,013,326 bushels of wheat, Ilderai'~ o not eare about 'elling wheat or. $u-.-exrpecting higher rates in a few daye.: are eiif risced to notice that the total ex tengf, an=under tillage last year shows? a decre&'e o1 8,002 acres; and that althoigh ithaadaitinilsr potatonit ia40,900 acreý less than the previous year, the yield is s4,62 tons more. Horse feeding grains are all in, go? ?demand, and English barlyo si wnl Sheri hsy was in such great demnnd that so.e diffinlty was experienced in p?leasig. bdyers, and the. price ran up tb L6'103 per "tn..\.Stiaw is likewise in good demand " prices very highs, Potatoes .are in .o'od re qu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882
7'ANTED a Good Wheelwright.-Apply Wimmera Foundry. 1-TANI ED a Respectable Nursemaid, Wp about 16, references required.-Apply AL-s. Thos. Young, Longerenong Road. W7-ANTED Good Wheaten Hay CHAFF. 'V Highest Price given at C.'Rochester'?S. Produce Dealer, opposite National. Hotel Wilson-street, Horsham. STRONG YOUNG M \11 (German), A experienced in farming, seeks a situa tion on a farm. Being well educated, could impart instruction to children if " required. Highest references.-Address AB., office of tlhis paper. . TANTED IKNOWN, that Mrs E. Jones, corner of Fegar and Kosford-streets, cleans gentlemen's-Black Cloth Clothes and Felt Hats ; also, iarlies Black Jackrts and Mantles. Orders left with J. Pomeroy, opposite the'railway station, will be attended to. ANTED KNOWTN. A. J.: CARTER, (with Messis Lanilands: and Co.) is prepared to REPAIR: SEWING 'MACHINES at the Shortest Notice. e WonaARnSSmu G GuaninTEED. , TINTED KNOWN.-That, YOUNG & SON, Painters, Paperhangers, &...