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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

+M ET EO?U( LOGICAL \ OT' S. 'I.tMPElUITO RE. SUNDAY. OND, DY. HIOREST LOWEST HIGOHET LOWEST n the ?ahide ' 69 45 66-" 45 In te sun 80 78 - Exposed at Night 38 ? 40 - Traindlll, total 5 Piobable weather.-Cold and variable. rtissteira by E Miller.

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PROPOSED RELEASE OF CETEWAYO. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

PROPOSED RELEASE OC W&YO. -Ch The British Government hare clined to allow Cetewayo, the e 6., of Zululaed,; who et noe cone ?. Cape Town to revist his contr petition of the Zulus for his re "e-" therefore beer refused. ea b

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Magisterial Inquiry. KILLED BY A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

Magisterial Inquiry. KILLED BY A TRAIN. .An inquir was held yesterday forenoon at Knowles' hotel on the Dimboola road, be fore G. Young, Esq.,' J.P., as touching the death of Alexander Gray, a young man who was acting temporarily as a guard on the line, and who was killed early yesterday morning, close to?-the gravel pits by. some trucks passing over' his body. The follow ing evidence was adduced: J. B. Wilson, engineer,. of Horsham, deposed: I kaiew the deceased Alexander Gray ; he was in the employ of Messrs. Smith, Thewlis and ,Comoany, contrac.ors for the licraham and Dimnoola railway. I aw himn at 4.30. a.m. and 7 a.m when he was engaged in performing the duties of w~ard temporarily. He then left Wail for Dimbobls, when "I returned with him on the return journey as far as Pimpinio, I never saw him alive afterwards. This was the first occasion on which he acted as gnard. Alfred Sheriff deposed: I am foreman on the Horsham and Dimboola railway. I was on the ballast engine when it...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE SITUATION IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRADIS, (FRO ~THE DAILY PAPERS.) aTEISITUATIONtIN EGYPT. Affairs in Egypt are rapidly ripening .for a revoltion. Arabi Pasha, relying :ni'the" uppiior of the armycodiitinues to threaten the depositioi of the Khedive, and the.outlook is so disturbing that the 'European residents of Cairo are` taking safetyin flight. In th ineianitinid,i at: E e request of tlihe English and rencch Consuls-General, the ironclads of ithli powers not--stationed in the Mediter ranean have beenoirdered to !Alexandria eo he ready for' eventealities. I T'hl Ch?nuel.fleet ,.'slo~;under ord'rs tB lproa pd fjthe;iedite'ranRagRiP s alfort night, in case further assistance should be required to priect Britihsh . In the meantime the Cha(o k , 1 Notables, which was sa?o. meet by the Ministry, Witheat . sanction of the Khedive, has de, assemble.

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, MAY 16TH, 1882. The Agricultural Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

-0-· 'PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, MAY 16mic, 1882. The Agricultural Statistics. The publication of the Agricultural Statistics in the last Gazette, has pro voked a considerable amount of con troversy. The returns are so different to what was expected, that we have heard it freely stated, some egregious blunder must have been committed in their, compilation. That there would be a great falling off in the average yield, owing solely to the intensity, and protracted nature of the drought, from which many portions of. the wheat "producing districts of 'the colony suffered, was fully expected, but no one for a moment anticipated that the returns would disclose so great a falling iff in the yield, and espiecially in the area cultivated. That the matter is one demanding grave consideration, may be seen from the fact that according to the Governmerit Statistics in the year 1880-81 there were 1,997,943 acres, under cultivation; and that for 1881-82 the, average was only 1,81...

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RIOTS IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

RIOTS N IIRELAND. -. Riots have occurred at the Curragh, county Kildare, between the English and Irish residents. The disturbances were of a serious nature, and were with difficulty quelled.

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

LOCAL' TOPICS. YerTEaDAY morning a fatal accident hap pened to a young man named Alexander Gray, about 25 years of age, in being run over bp' ballast waggons, on the Horsbam imid Dimboola line. It appeared from the Jevidence given at the inquiry held before Mr. Gebrge Yonieg, J.P, at Knowles' Hotel, that ;tjie ? aIej acting as' guard left early in the morning foiDimboola,-by the ballast: train? Dimboola was left for the gravel pits at about ;halpast seven, hn.d the its:weri- { aafhoir afteiwaids and then Ehe , po cecdcd t-1mpin After lo and whilst, agiai appr aclsia the ipiti `e de-. d ceasedwasn.the t ofllifting one of -the: i brakes, whilst standing on the buffer of the truck, when he overbalanced himself and fell d on to the centre of the line, right between the trucks, about six of which passed over him. Of course death was instantaneous, and a verdict of accidental death was recorded. What renders the circumstances of the acdid: 1 Vent allthe more distressing is the fact that d...

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THE ASSASSINS OF LORD FREDERICK CAVENDISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

THE ASSASSINS OF LORD "FREDERICK CAVENDISH. * The police have as yet failed to arrest the assassins of Lord Frederick Caven Cdish, but froin intormation which has come to thei hands they entertainn a strong belief that the murderers are still concealed in Dublin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

L GIG;H-TrJ IIN,ýG' S:E W WER .The' Nw'- WILSON Oscillating: Shuttle Sewing Machine !theBest SeW;ing' Machine in the ivorld for family Sewing and Manufacturing. , iNocogs-complicated cains, or elaborate mechanism. Entirely NEW in Principle and Design. i Every Wiaos SEWNG f MACINE Guaran teed for fire years by Certificate of Warranty. . Sole Agent for Australia-Alexander &Co., 68 Elizabeth-st: (opposite Jas. M'Ewan& Co.) AGENT- JOH'PORCH . SALE (No 739 of Cromn L'Lands in i s... impleat the auctiop r?ioms of Messrs.' John Gregory and Co., Hrashim on Tuesday, the 23rd day of'11ay, 1882, at11 o'clock a.m. ;.TOWN LOTS. .Boordophi, arish bf Bdoroopki, county of Loiian, upset price £4 per lot.-Charge for survey £.1 -tt. l. Area 3r, allotment 1, section 1: . t t'2 to 5. Area 2r..each, allot ments 2t h'5, section " .Horsham, parish of Forshaim; .'c?nty: of .Bbong, in' the'toawnatip of Horsham,- being theresidence areas (or'abandone; residence area) of E.B Rushbrobk, 'Geo' Gr...

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OUR GERMAN COLUMN. (SPECIALLY TRANSLATED FOR THE HORSHAM TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

OUR .GERMAN ICOLDIMN. (OvPECIALLY TWAOLAThD POt THIsiOtasi The, Prussian Legislature ihas passed the. budget., The necessity of the tobacco monopoly has been acsnowledgedi by the Oeconomio Council, and.,theiLegislature of: the kingdom of Wurtemberg,, to whom the bill was again submitted, but in a different form, has accepted..it under the following conditions, viz.,. that the : surplus of the income sof tobacco monopoly should be divided .among. all the German states, .and those states, whose, expenditure is greater than their income, should receive: the greatest part. Wurtemberg is one of these states, and the statesmen will appropriate the ineome to equalize their budget. Prince Biemark's opinion is that the surplus of the tobacco monopoly should be expended to ameliorate the situation of the working classes. If the monopoly becomes law, Bremen and Hamburg will be the sufferers, as in both cities the greatest tobacco manufactories in Germany exist. i?Maximilian, Margrave, of Baden...

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SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

r : SATo.raYBrMYi 13, 1882: Hid Honorna:Judge flliginbotbam itoohilaseat atslO o'ck .io;: ,; „. :, Domiiico CoiniLi, and George Ediard * Patchin iwerie Iaggin 'placed ti 'the -'/Thew~itniessriKie again, tooklbia Splacein iewitneis iobx; ii?ias exam ine by Mr Aherne,on behalf ofthe pri~ oners8follows- 1Boema told me he .:knew;.oiAtook the.imare away';and le (Boehim) :wuld 'ive:information to the polic; 'that' was the libifI'1 to6k: ho steps' ii:th'e m ater soo~er thii I did.. .. To the Crown-Prosecutor-:Boehm told me he saw the mare ,taken away at nijgl~~'.he,': said;,, nothing .to me because.,I was: there,;i.'; was, present:, in fhe-- police court when Boehm was taken away to gaol because he wouild niot give-his evidence; Comini ofered to pay my' passage several times if I would go away. S-'To His Honour: The boots I lent IComoini were left in:the tent, and:I took them; I slept is the same tent;' I cai not ;say 'if it was Comifii fr Patching who wore them on the .night the mare .was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

6100. gpr'P l 8 VY AUCTIONEEL1 Stook, Station, Land, Finance, and Oommission Agenit, WIISON STREET. HOREHAM3 ADVANCES made on Leasehaid or Free A hold OCcuntry Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in = Ve;c-lon6y or-in' a?. ....n. -- :- ..... Aricultural Machinery and Implements Sby tthe best Melbourne and Ballarat Makers, n1pplied promptly, and on Lr?n.aL ThEsis. - very desc fian -lr?.osin c` n es"o ne5"l i with; the Lands, and other Government Departments.conductedpromptly, efficiently, and economically. - Fire and Life Insurances effected in thei best companies. . Sales of Property or Stock conducted in any part of the colony. AGEo T FOR Fisken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Lascel?sa and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. B~alarat Permanent Building and Invest. meet Society. Valuer for the allarat Banking Co.,Limited....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

OCHIXLLE. M'GEORGE, TAILOR (From ielbourne,) Nulli Secundus, -irebrace.street, (Next G. Schurmaun's Store) Horsham. IIELBOP.NE PRICEs. N1ewButdlering Establishnent WILSON STREETr. W. FOR R.EST BEGS to inform the residents that he has Opened a NEW BUTCHER'S SHOP, -opposite Young'o Sale Yards. To the Farmers of the W'inllnera. M R. R. CLARK. "of the Union l 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 the practice of STORING FREE. I AM OFF TO WITHER S' WORLDrlRENOWNED Wimmera Fruit Market, Who has the LARGEST and CHOICEST STOCK of FRUIT in the Colonies. I AM OFF TO WITHERS' For my GRAPES, where they arrive fresh and direct from the vineyard every day. I AM3 OFF TO WITHERS'. W"here you can get APPLES as large as babies' heads. I AM OFF TO WITHERS' For my PCTATOES, because he sells more Ihan t.ny other house, and you can depend upon getting them fresh and good. GARDEN SEEDS ! (GARDEN SEEDS !...

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MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

MELBOURNE FLOUR ANiD GRAIN MARKET. ' [ATHE WEEa's .:TREA rSAOfS.] Operations in the markets have not, as we have stated; been of very much account. Flour isflrmer,'and onFriday morning- was disposed of at £14 10s, at which several 20 -tdn parcels were placed, a line of 1000' tons being;, moreover, stated to have changed hands at-that price, thus showing a decided advahce since Thursday. Wheat has been 'dealt.in, but' only when sellers were still: open to entertainbusiness, and no increase :in-value was obtaiiued. About 4,800 bags changed hands at 6s 10ld and 6s 11d. : Later on Friday ",fterioon, when the' statistics were published, holders showed-little asa position to sell, and nothing else has since transpired. Bnsiness in oats has almost been at 'a standstill. We note trade: sales of stout feeding at 4s 3d, but otherwise there has been'nothing to advise, the reported in-. .irease ins the "yield having had an aliost immediate effect upon business m the mar. ket,.with the result of...

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

Commercial. -------o HORSHAM. WHEAT MAEKET. Tinmea office, Monday Evening. Whenat wasn quoted to-day as beigworth 6s 3d, buh there was no biistness dolig;- Tbe gene-l im. pressionis that what is on hand i likely to ?e retailed' for loeal req?irement s.

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WARRACKNABEAL. May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

WARRACKNABEAL. :(From our own dCorrespondent.) May'12. ' ,. The agitation for a railway to this district is far from being 'allayed, and there is, a greater determination on the part of the inhabitants than ever to obtain what' they consider they are justly entitled to.' Action is being taken in all directions, for the pur 'pose-of getting up monster petitions more especially at Kewell with Cannum, Kellalac and Warracknabeal, so that the line may come from Martoa via Kewell to Warrack. nabeal. - It -appears that Sheep-hills and Mlinyip are also trying to have the line from. Murtoa via Minyip to Sheep-hill; and the Warracknabeal Railway League, with Nyam. paddock and Donald, is trying that it may come from Donald to here. There can be no question as to which is the best route; the Donald route would be the best, but the roite that is the most popular in the' dis trict is from Mrtona-va 'Kowell, as it will not only serve a great number of farmers, but it will also keep a number of sel...

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REMEDIAL MEASURES FOR IRELAND. London, May 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

REMEDIAL MIEASURES FOR IRELAND. London, May 14. The Government will on Monday in troduce their promised measure dealing with the question of the arrears of rent now due by the Irish tenants. They have, however, made distinctly known that the measure is secondary to the re pressive proposals already introduced, and the passing of which the Govern ment have pledged themselves to first secure.' :

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FUNERAL OF LORD FREDERICK CAVENDISH. London, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

FUNERAL? OF LORD FRED ~F ERICK .CAVENDISH. - London, May 11. .The funeral of Lord Frederick Ca'eh dish, the :late Chief,' Secretary "fr Ireland, took place to-day. The Pre mier, Mr. Gladstone, and all the other Ministers were preseat;. and fully 300, members. of Parliament. Numerous deputations from different parts of. the country, attended to express by their presencethe general feeling of horror and,detestation at the crime. Ai en ormous crowd assembled to witness the ceremony, which was. most impressive. The remains were interred in the mau soleum at Chatsworth, the family seat in Derbyshire. Throughout the towns in England :theflags were hung at half-mast in sign of national mourning. F London, May 12, The Funeral of late Lord Frederick Cavendish, was attended by 50,000 per sons. The deepest sorrow -was - mani fested.

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Agricultural Statistics for the Year Ended 31st March, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

Agriculttiral Statistics for a the '"Yea r Ended 38st' '*March, 1882.: : : .,Memoran dum.--eThagricultaral statitics ~niparts 6f 'th'eolofiy included Withinmidhi-' ' cipal distriots are 'rendered. by the local' bodies in pursuance of the provisions of the ,0capl Governmoent Statute. .In other parts : ?of the cdlony special collectors are employed ' by the Government. The 'retinrns'should he t :'seit iniby' the 31stj?Marh at'th'elatest. a. There are, however, on every occasion, some districts-in which the returns are very much b behind' time, a ,d there are otheas from which th work 'i's forwarded in so imnperfect and ?manifestlyincorrect a condition that it be comes necessary to return it for amenament. I1 As the work reach this department it is ex- 1 amined 'ad kept weitte i up, and the whole I is forwarded for publication, immediately on e receipt.of .the'last return.--Hir.Y :HETcrn HokiER,, Government Statist.; Office of the. Government.?Statist, Melbourne, 8th May, 0 1882 '.0 Th...

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Railway Meeting at Warracknabeal. May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 May 1882

Railway Meeting at War racknabeal. 0- (From or ewn Cmrrespondent.) May 15. On Saturday evening the Warracknabeal Railway League held a meeting at' Phillips' hotel, which was fairly attended. The pre-' Lident ; of the 'League,. Mr. G. Bell, J.P., occupied the chair, and explained that' he had called the meeting for the purpose of taking into consideration the action of the Kewell people in re railway matters. The chairman, after explaining .the manner in which many were agitating for. va:'ons routes, arid he thought it was best for .the league to agitate for the rote they ?irl been fighting for so long, viz.,' fiom Donald :.to Warracknabeal; . aLd if they. foimd they could not get what they required, then they should join to get that there waes the 'best cliance.of. There could be ndo question, but what they must have a. railway to the dis trict at any cost. A long discussion ensued during' which the present Ministry got it "! hot;' some of the speakers being of opinion that there wa...

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