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Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY, MAY 16TH, 1882. (Before Mr. F. S. Smyth, P.M., and Messrs. H. R. Kruger, and G. Young J.'sP.) WIFE DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

Ji r sham Po'iA f -rt. (BeforeMr. F. S. .mjth. I'.M., and 3eairU GRKrger r s G. YorIg John Kenealy was charged with having left his wife and children-with out any means of support. Ann Kenealy deposed that she was the wifelof the defendant and had.been' marries to him for nine years, and had had five children. Her husband went away from hon j three months gpBo sn kn~i*w'to heid and al' that she had re ceived from him during that period were two sulms of 12s 6d and 14s 6d respectively. Defenda~ntin.his defence made a log. -'rainbling statementt t the effect that he had been unable to earnanything during a considerable portion of the periodofhis absence, and that wh'en he went away he told his wife he was going to Dimboola in quest of (work:. He hadi~orked there for Mr. Parier and Messrs. Broadbent Bros. and that he then went on to Nhill. He also alleged that on his journey .home-he had lost a bag containing clothes in the pocket of some of which was a purse containing his earnings. -...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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SUNSET GATES AJAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

" SUNSET GATES MAAR. To-xeairr as I sat atmy winy winow, When the west was all agleam With that strange and wonderful splendor, That is fleeting as a dream ; ,I thought that the hands of the angels Had flung open heaven's gateway.wide; And I caught a glimpse of the glory. : From the ills on the other side. Is it not a beautiful fancy, This sunset thought of mine, That the gates of heaven are always Flung open at day's decline? That those whose day is ended Of earthly woes and ills, . lMay pass to the morningsunshine, That dwells on the heavenly hills? When for me the sunset gateway Shall at'day's decline inclose, And I pass in through its portals To that long and sweet repose, I know that I shall remember, In that city so fair and far, Mly strange and beautiful fancy Of the sunset gates ajar. Perhaps, while I sat there dreaming Of the gateway in the west, Some poor soul went through the portals':;' To a long and endless rest.; Passed through the sunset gateway.,.: To that" city pave...

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THE GERMAN WORKING CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

TIM Or.uev wenO??fO CLASSG . The working class particularly attractatten tion. The men and women that toil look so weary, so'overworked, and withal so pitifully poor. Their faces look worn and wizened, and are marked by the hard lines that are the result of daily.want. For the most part these Workers are unexceptionally tidy, but poorly clad. They.seem to show in their resignation that the hope of anything better, the expecta. tion of anything beyond, has beei longcrushed out by overwork. And yet this working class is wonderfully industrious, saving and diligent but too often, hard, hard toil, from morning until night, brings to them the pittance that barely prolongs life. All are willing to work will work.well and faithfully, but therr are more workers than places to beo filled, and competition it so sharp, that when work is secured, it is for a pittance. But among the toilers, the women-oh, the women-the poor weary overburdened women, who areo here re gaired as mere beasts of burd...

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Mr. Francis's Speech. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

Ir. Francis's Speech. -0 TFhe Iollovwig speech, which would have been delivered on Tueeday night by Mr. Francis, had the state of his health per. aitted, was distributed among the members of the Legislative Assembly: j Mr. Speaker,-Sir,-I have to thank you and my fellow members on both sides of the Rouse for the consideration which allowed me last Thlrsday to discontinue and delay theresatls I was anxious to make on the want of confidence motion submitted by the hon. member for Geelcng. I then promised to endeavour to resume my speech this afternoon ; but, after seaehing my house, my medical adviser (Dr. Motherwell) was sent for, and he toock a graver view of the case than I bad, and assured my family that I had only very narrowly escaped a serious ittek "of poralvsis, which alarmca him. Some s:ay think that this position which is taken ip by the Ministerial Coiner is nno :alous, and Opposition critics may question our notives as well as our conduct, and argue th:at we-being probabl...

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Horsham Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

Hersham Hospital Com mittee. --e On Wednesday afternoon a special meeting c" the Committer r f the Hospital, was held at ',he Mechanies' P .-~aute, for the purpose if receiving and aae;doprg a report of the Garden C??mi:ttee for improving the Hospital gounds. Captain Bowden, (the vice-presi dent,) oeccpied the chair, and there were also present llessrs. J. Brake, C. G. Holmes, 'G. Young, De Courey Ireland, V. Prytz, and C. G. RasmusEen. bhe following was the report, which 'upon the motion of Mr. Holmes, seconded by Irk. Young, was received and adopted: THE rSEon-T. ;Gentlemen,-In compliance with the resoiu tion passed at the ordinary meeting of the committee, we bre r the honour to report that we have snr ectd the grounds of the Hospital, and obtained the probable,, expenses of the imoprovements proposed to be made, we would therefore recom mend that the following improvements hb evade:-]. Trenching and levelling the border along the northern boundary (in accordance vwithlIr. Gilfoy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

FOR SALE.-400 SBEEP, age 2, 4, and 1 6-tooth.-Apply to Robt. Aitken, Tooan, near Natimuk. W ANTED a Respectable Nursemaid, . about 16, references required.-Apply Mr'. Thos. Yonng, Longerenoog Boad. W ANTED KNOWN, that Mrs E. Jonues, corner of Fegar and Kosferd-streets, cleans gentlemen's Black Cloth Clothes and Felt Eats ; also, Ladies Black Jackets and Mantles. Orders left with J. Pomeroy, opposite the railway station, will be attended to. WANTED KNOWN. A. J. CARTER, (with Measra Langlands and Co.) is prepared to REPAIR SEWING MACHINES at the Shortest Notice. Woasxa smuw GoeasnarE D. rTA.NTED KNOWN.-That YOUNG & VT , SON, Painters, Paperhangers, &c,, bavine taken the premises lately ocncupied by T. McNeil, Firebrace-street (next door to Withers' Fruit Market), are prepared to exe cute Painting in all its branches a' the shortest notice. Experienced tradesmen sent to alfparts of the district. O3011-ROOMED Cottage To Let.-Apply F T. YOUNG. r1Oo LET-Fellmongery Cottage...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

PARLIAMENTARY. The rant of confidence debate was brought to a conclusiononii Tuesday. night by a edivision greatly in favour of the Government. SiTh speakers were numerous, the list iticlud Sing Messrs. James, W. M.:Clark, Nimmo, Gardiner, and Bell for the amendment, and Messrs. Bosisto, Bowman, O'Callaghan, and h Cooper, for the Government. Soon after '1 e o'clock the Premier was able to rise to asm up. SSirBryandelivered an effective speech.- The Sattendance was large, and the members on the Ministerial side were sympathetic; ap pleuded the Premier's points, and were dis eposed to make short work of interrupter.s SThe hon. gentleman remarked that on the formation of the Government, every Minister was returned but one, who was rejected on personal grounds, and that every member elected since then has taken his seat on the Goverrment s de of the House. This cir cumstance Sir Bryan .egards as conclusive 5 evidence that the Ministry is growing in favour, and that the country desires t...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

LATEST' INTELLIGENCE. S.(BY ELECTRIC-TELEGRAPH.) (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AiGECY.), .I . ": ,MEL.BOURNE, TrrURsDar. A diabolical outrage was committed on the premises of Wm. Colson, livery stable and bus keeper, Commercial road, Prahran, early f this mornimg by some miscreant placing an I infernal machine on the building, which ex- I .ploded blowing one waggonette to pieces, de- s stroying another. and injuring eleven busses. t The force of the explosion was such that a 1 large hole was blown in the roof, aind all the windows of the houses in the vicinity were blown: in. :.The explosion was heard at Malverno 2 miles away.. The night groom, I Watson, who was engaged at work on a bus which had just come in, was hurled fifteen t yards-from the explosion, but fortunately escaped unhurt., It is believed that someone who had a gindge against Colson perpetrated the'deedC The damage is estiniated at £300, 1 but iscovered by insurance. Nothing of the machine could be,found except some metal casingg...

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DIRECT CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER.) ARREST OF THE SUPPOSED MURDERERS. LONDON, MAY 17, EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

CABLEGR'AIS .-: -. .--0 . . (PER REUTER.) ,ARREST. OF.: THE S' SUPPOSED :IMUR LONDON, MLYt 17,; EvyEsa . .r: Ten arestst:were made'in Liverpool by the police .this afternoon, in connection, it is believed, with the murders of Lord Frederick C;ven~ish; a!d'J H. Burke. -Themhienh ere found on board the ss. Egypt, wlhich was then lying at thewpharf preparatory to depar-. tore for America. Y t LONDON, M'I'7. . George-Otto Tr`ieyn, the newlyappointed Obief;Secritary of Iieland, hasl been re elected., without : opposition, for . Hawick district,'"whjich place he has represented sinjce the year. 1 68.

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THE BAY OF SEVEN ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

THE BAY OF SEVEN ISLANDS. The skipper sailed out of the harborhnouth, Leaving the apple-bloom of the South For the ice of the Eastern seas, In his fishing schooner Breezo. Handsome and bravo and young was he, And the maidens of Newbhry sighed to see His lessening white sail fall * Under the sea's blue wall. Through the Northern Gulf and the misty sercen Of the isles of Mingin and Madeleine, St. Paul's and Blane Sablon, The little Breeze sailed on Backward and forward along the shore Of wild and desolate Labrador, And found at last her way To the seven Islands Bay. The little hamlet, nestling below Great bills white with lingerig snow, W it iitirtin-roofed chaple stood Half hid in the dwarf sprnes wood; Green-turfed flower-sown,tho last outpost Of summer upon tlhe dreary coast, S With its gardens small and spare, Sad in the frosty air. . Hard by where the skipper's schooner lay, A'fisherman's cottage looked'away Over isle and bay, ard.behlind Oni mountains dim-dleined. And there twin...

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NHILL. May 14th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

.NHILL. -o (From our own Correspondent.) - May 14th. The weather during the past week has been most seasonable, gusty winds from the south west accompanied with showers which will be most advantageous to the crops sown, arid tend to make vegetation of all kinds spring forth anew, and clothe a parched land with a .green mantle of which it has been divested since September last. The desired quantity of the watery- element has not yet fallen to satisfy requirements, such as filling dam, &ce., but farmers have had sufficient to" facilitate ploughing, and I learn from all parts of the district, from the peep of day to the shades of evening, gpeed the plough is the motto. Through the want of early rains," fallowiig has been delayed longer than usiial, but seasons past and to come will always have their alvahtages and 'disadvan tages for those connected with farming pursuits. , 'Wheat-being'the chief production of this district;' I must say the farmers do not use sufficient judgmen...

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Sketcher. THE ÆTHETE ON HIS TRAVELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

.% etche,. THEm THETE ON HIS .TRAVELS. KAr European of note or of notoriety who goes over to America is sure of a hearty welcome. As a nation, the Americans are exceedingly hospitable, and they are, moreover, very cur ious to see in the flesh those whose names are familiar to them. Mr. Oscar Wilde is a cognatepersonage, not as much because he is one of the principal leaders of the social and artistic movement, which goes by the name of mstheticism. What that movement is I never exactly knew, except that it had to do with lilies, sunflowers, dados, frizzy hair,. clinging garments, and angular move ments. Lectures on m.stheticism have never, to my knowledge, been given in England by any of its priests, nor have its arcana been re vealed except by the jeers of its opponents. In America they are more fortunate. They have the High Priest amongst them, and thenews papers are filled, not only with his views in the lecture room, but with his more familiar outpourings to reporters and others...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. (FROM THE DAILY PAPERS.) AUSTRALIA V. OXFORD UNIVERSITY. London, May 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. (FROM THE DANLY PAERS.) ,AUSTRALIA V. OXFORD UNIVEIrgTg / London, AJay 1g. The Australian cricketers c3lmepm their first match in England to.day agae eleven of Oxford University, at Oxford.' Th weather was beautifully fine during the day, and an immense concourse of people ' sembled to witness the game, in which the greatest interest was takes. Fine weather having prevailedfor. some time ma t the wicket was lively, and conseqently suited the Australians. The following are the names of"the home' team:-G. 0. Harri o f. C..Kemp, C. F. H. Leslie, E.. Peake, G E. Robinson, W. A. Thornton, A. O, 10it ing, Shair,.Walker, Godfrey'and Hamilton; Mr. N.. P'Lachlan, the captain of the Oxford team i'for 'th.' present year, was unable to play, owing. to his being in ill-health. Murdoch having won the toss for the Ann "tralians elected to go in, sending A" Banner. man and Massie; to the wie'ets. After Bannerman had contributed 14 he was bov led. ..MIassie made a s...

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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

RE'C IPE S. FENCen MIfEnOD.-Prepare and boil as above; whs rdone trim off leaves and stalk; lay in a baing pan; pour a rich roast gravy over themn,'then sprinkle toasted bread crumbs on the top and bake i- rich brown. - Bnoccoe r.-Wash nicoly ; cutoff the green leaves and hard stalk; boil in water with a little salt about twenty minutes. :Send to the table with pepper and melted. butter poured over it. SALT rob Tn E T OAT.---In these days, when diseases of the throat are so universally pre valent, and in so many cases fatal, we feel it our duty to say a,word in behalf of a most effectual, if not positive, cure for sore throat. For many years, indeed, we may say, during the whole of a life of more than forty years we have been subject to sore throat, and more particuliarly to a dry, hacking cough;. which is not only distressing to ourselves, but to our friends and those with whom we are brought into business contact. Last fall we were ip dueed to try what virtue there was in common s...

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Household. JUDGEMENT AND FORETHOUGHT IN THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

ibou0eboib. JGDOraI NT AND. FOITHOUGO T s- TE EDUCA eSON OF C hn' asIN. Ls a very thoughtful and suggestive inquiry as to the reasons why "promising" children so seldom turn out as parents and friends anticipate, the Philadelphia Public Ledger discovers a potent cause of failure in the man which parents will find worthy of serious con sideration.. After speaking of the more famil iar ways of spoiling children by unwise man agement or improper training, the Ledger says: The truth is, we need more forethought and less self-indulgence in the training of our youth. We please ourselves too much, and study their future too little. It is so easy and pleasant to gratify our own vanity or ambition by stimulating and exhibiting them in points where they excel; it is so hard and comparatively tame to exercise them in what they are deficient, and to foster their most meager abilities. Yet, until educators acquire the necessary sell-control and patience to do the latter; until they can work quie...

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REVOLUTION IN A HERD OF DEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

V; EOLeON M iA EIS .OP DEEn. P o years an old back, the leader of the deer herd on the Boston Common, has main tained an absolute and malicious tyranny over the: younger members of his own sex. His treatment rankled, and the other day when he shed his horns they made a combined attack attack upon him, which only ceased upon the death of the tyrant. The superin tendent and his assistants attempted to interfere, but were driven out of the inclosure by the infuriated animals, which became docile again when their enemy was disposed of. They still preserve, however, a sort of sic semper tyrannis air, and thus far no one of their number has laid claim to the primacy. "DoEs.our talk disturb you?" said one of a company of talkative ladies to an old gentleman sitting in a railway station the other afternoon. No, ma'am," was the naive reply,. I've been married nigh on to forty years."-- ariftrd Times.

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MY SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

MY- SHIPS. OTELL) WHEELED. I nalltle ships I have at sea - Should comonsa-'.ilinghomo to me Weighed down with gems and wealth untold Ah well I the harbour could not hold So inany sails as there would be;. If all my ships came in from sea. If half my ships came home from sea. Aid brought their preious freight to me-' .Al well I I should aImvo wealth as groat As any King who sit9 in state. So rich the treasures that would be "In half my ships now out at sea. If just one ship I have at sea Should come a-sailing homo to me Ah well I the storm clouds then might frown; Forif the others all went down, Still rich and proud and glad I'd be Ifthatoneshipcnmoback tomo. : If that one ship went down at sea And all the others camo to mo Weighed down with gems and wealth untold,', With glory, honors, riches, gold, Thlipoorest soul on earth I'd be . If that one ship came not tome.. O skies be calml 0 winds blow fred - Blow all my ships safe home to me. - But if thenou sendest some a-wrack' :" To ie...

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Sad Tragedy at St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

Sad Tragedy at St. Kilda. The melancholy intelligence which became circulated in Melbourne on Thursday morning, that Mr. Campbell Moore, eldest son of Mr. David Moore, had shot himself during the previous night, gave rise to general expressions of regret in the city. The deceased, who was a young man of considerable promise, was only 26 years old, and re- sided with his father at Charnwood-grove at St. Kilda. The whole surrounding of the case was of a peculiarly painful character. It appears that some years ago Mr. Campbell Moore was sent home to England for the purpose of com- pleting his academical studies, and ac- cordingly graduated at Oxford. Dur- ing his university career he was ardently attached to aquatic pursuits, and was personally successful in carrying off several important trophies. It was presumed that the combined effects of excessive study, together with over ex- ertion in rowing contests, resulted in a general break-down of his health, as on his return home he exhib...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 May 1882

TOM.SBA YOUNG AUCTIONEER, Stock, Station, Land, Finance, and Commission Agent, WILSON STREET.. HORSHAM ADYANCES made on Lesehald or Free A hold Ccuntry Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in the colony or in London. Agginultural Machinery and Implements by.the best-Melbourne and Ballarat]Makere, Sapplied promptly, and on LIBERAL TERiS. Every description of business connected with the' Lands, and `other Government p t o eu ndutdpromptly,efficiently, Fire and Life Insurances effected in the best comoanies. Sales of Property or Stock conducted in any part of the colony. A?e?eT FOR Fisken and Gibson, Stock and. Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Lascellaa and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. Balirat Permanent Building and Invest. meant Society. Valuer for the Ballrat Banking Co.,Limited. The Australian Mutual. Provident Life As surance Society. HOR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882

ITnls ad od t tiadition of belief (save the Oban Times) that toothache is caused by a woam in the tooth. In Gaelic, " cnuimh" means worm' or, maggot; hence "cnuimeb fhimcall"sigiifie toothache. Inhaling stmek w4 asuposed to kill the worm. A better remedy is Clemes anu(1atleman'as ucalp tine, which cures, tbathache in iitantl ? ad' pe.uanently. Sold by all chemists inthe olpny. Price Is.-Agents: Messrs. K? enR o4- ý3.EI;, l l/ V._ R. Notice to Candiiates for. tie PolicetForce. LIMITED number of candidates being r?equired o the(?.lice Force, applida tions from persons desirous:?of . being ein ployed therein will be received at, the Police Depot, Victoria Barracks, St. -Kilda.roadi od, Tuesday, 30th inst., at Ten a.m., and-on the following Tuesday, 6th day of June next, at the same hour. Each applicant must presentpersonally?a written application in hie own handiriting, when, 'if considered suitable, he will be ex amined by the Board appointed by the Government for the purpose. As no e...

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