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THE HOME RULE LEADERSHIP. London, May 21st. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
THE LOME RULE LHADEt SHIP. - London, Fly 2st :-Much dissatisfactioa continue to2 felt by ithe Home Rulers with the co_ ductof Mr. Parnell iia makinU , with the English Government. ter release of himself and the other the pects from Kilmainham gaol John Dillon, member for Tippera, one of Mr Parnell's late (fllow'pris' is taking advantage of the opportise' to press his own claims to the leade-,U of the Home Rule party. 'aer
THE REPRESSION BILL. Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
Tll REPRESSIQN ;BILL. . Evenipg.1 In the' f Commons ' to-ni ght the illidtroiluceil o hi ibhelth inst. by the Secretary. , of :S .a for the. a~lii .Deiartment for therepression of crime iin Ireland was read a secoria:tii".:'thb' Government securing a-innjority-of 45 votes. In the course of the iiseusion wijh tog~. placeiu Mtl'.!Glailstori . tliý Premier, took occasion to stat bill as presentel to Parliament 0 - been planned by the Cabinet, at not therefore to be regarded as4 s %ofresentment for the murder o?? a Frederick Cavendish and oMr. Burke.
NEWS BY THE MAIL. DISASTROUS COLLISION. TWO STEAMERS LOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
REWSSB"Y THE:-IMA r1 DISASTROTUS COLLISION. TWO STEAM?ERS LOST. The corresponde f the "Standard" writes as follows from Madrid, on April 3: The collision between the Royal mail . steauer Douro;and.the, Spanish steamer Yrurac Bat, off Finisterre, although it has been attended with the loss of fewer lives than was at first apprehended, has proved most disastrous- in its conse quences. It appears from the intelli gence which has reached here that at 6 en Saturday evening, the Spanish steamer Yrurac Bat, of the Olano line, bound to-Ilavannah with 68 persons, including passengers, left Corunna Harbour, and at half-past 11 the same night, in..dark misty weather, she sighted, when it was too late, a large steamer coming straight across her course. A collision took place, and this was followed by a frightful scene of confusion, both vessels sinking rapidly. The British vessel proved to be the Royal mail steamer Douro, which left Lisbon on March 31, homeward bound. Immediately after the coll...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. May 20th. Messrs. CHAS. VAUGHAN & Co. report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
BALLARAT WROLESALEWPRODUCE . MARKET. Messrs. C ".s. VAuoI & Co. report : Since our last report;business in the flour market has- not beei' marked by any great activity; buyers notfedling disposed t ' give seller's prices, consequently. only trade lots have been disposed'of,'; Bran andpollard are io good request at prices below; wheat is in faiir demand at quotations, but there. is very little offering, holders expecting higher prices to; rule ere long; oats have been in better demand, and all: forward meet with good sale at improved; prices; peas nhi Cape barley have had good inquiry at advancing prices,, and we can place large lines at our qnotations; English..barley also sells well; really good samples realizing top figures; potatoes have had a steady market during the week, the supply and demand being about equal ; a full supplynof sheavescame.forward during the week, the high prices of Satturday. last having induced farmers to seehd in full supplies and prices eased cons...
THE ELECTION FOR THE NORTH WEST RIDING. London, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
T E ELECTION FOBRHE NORTH WE ST RIDING. . - * . j - 6..,l0,. IU. *- l'F; 8 nI dfa M 19° : .;Theelectionafori theovacancy createdt in th'e Nrthkiw?Ridi ' ofYorkshire *by; the deidthj, porpi d FIP rickl Caven-1 dish took' plae , y, and,, resulted in tge return ;agJaiolden, the.iberill ,candidate, who secured-a-majority of. 2000 votes over Mr.. Gtthorie Hardy, th ?Conser4ative candidatei.,.: .' . o0 0 : ........ , - t'',
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
/V NTEED a Good Wheelwright.-Ap. S ply Wimmera Foundry. "': ::: jT"ANTED a Strong Active Youth.-Ap V ply immediately Soap Works, Hor eam. ',J ANTED Washing by the day or taken SV home, offices cleaned. Mary' Ward, next show yard. ... W ANED for the country. a Good Honme keeper.-Apply .' Horsham Times" office, or T. Hobbs, Avalon Paik;'Long erenong. W ANTED KNOWN, that'Mrs E. Jones, -'sY, corner of Fegar and Kosford-streets, cleaiis 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.' lVA N T'ED .KN '.OWP:N. A. J. CARTER, (with Messra Langlands and Co.) is prepared to REPAIR SEWING MACHINES at the Shortest Notice. Wonannsrap GoABxAnE E , WANTED KNOWN.-Ti.atYOUGd-d v SON, Painters, Paerhi geis,&o& havinr taken the prenises lately occupied bh T. M~Neil, Firebrace-street (next door to Withers':Frnit Market), are prepared to exe cute Rainting in all its bran...
MELBOURNE WOOL AND PRODUCE MARKET. THE AUSTRALASIAN MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED report:— May 20th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
i[MELOURNE WOOL AND PRODUCE - -l " ',.MARE KE .\ v"". oTinE A LnaA0?i6SGiMoBTaOE AND AoE-,cr COMPAS.%y LInTeD report:- ay 20th. May 2Oth. Wool-There is no alteration of importance to note in regard to this market, but reports of the opening of sales in London are now awaited with much intereski.Wii e ainl hold a sale'by 'uction on Fiiday next, when we shall.offer both-,Gresy-and-SeourecdWools fiom the-Darling. Sheepskins-The.. skins now coming forward'are asa rule well grown and exhibit a jod staple, ad tlidh'e~t frch slaughtered skins command full prices ac cordifigly. Consigamenti from the country, however, with rome exceptions, do not answer to the same des;ription. We have experienc ed .ample competition for really good lots, both green and dry, hut inferior skins are' not so saleable. Our quotations are-Fresh. slaunghtered 3s to 4s 6d each, superior to 5s each, lambskins Is 6d to 2s 9d each, drvskins to 4s each, or from 4d to 6d per lb. 'Hides -We last week reported a marked de...
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
11 r*v"i}t r.n,.-. Te Treasuirer will notldelirer. tbi Bndget spea~qbh fore Tuesday week at the earliest ,-'. "J.':. G. Francis, having partially re covered from his late indisposition,-left tovni oinFridaj to ebtainhange of: air/at Beech. worth. - : - lr/1tlisp rposed to allow iemhbeirs dfParlia meihtin New' Zealand to miake affirmation instead: of .sticribiin? tbo th?da:'isbribed oath.___. . . . . . . . . . ! Manyhundreds of boies containing bnmches ,f shlamrocks were delivered by the Loudon postmen on last St. Patrick's day. They were sent by Irish reasidentts their London The?Seretary.for fldastr i ii Reforma: tory Schools has suggested to'the Ministr of Agriculture that anumber of the' youths in the Sandhurstinst instion should be drafted to Dobkie; and there instructed. in a*know. ledge of farm work.: -Mr. Jaiies Oddide-himself ann old' pioneer, -invited nearly a hundred fellow pioneers of 1851 and 1852 to 3.pleasant social meeting, the other nightat th City-bhUlwhen several, ...
SUSPENSION OF TRIAL BY JURY IN IRELAND. London, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
SUSPENSrON OF TRIAL BY J URY !IN IRELAND. London; May,19. SThe bill introduced by Mr. Gladstone in the Ioose of Commons last week, for the suspension:of trial by jury in Ireland, iii orddr to enable the authori ties to deal more promptly. an effect,, ally "vithtlie perpetrators of outrages, ha~jencountered strong oppositionjon the Irish: Bench. The judges have ad dressed a memorial to t~he Government, protesting against the proposals made by Mr.LGladstonie, and intimating their 'pinion-that such a stringent measure is not caleulated to promote the end -in ,view.- - - . ..
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, MAY 23RD, 1882. The Wimmera Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
(VIie g 4punm hine. h PUBLISHED EVERBY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, ~ AY 23aD, 1882. r The Winmmeea Farmers. ii TE publication of-the-Agricultural d Statistics appears to have afforded one ai or more of our, contemporaiies another ei oppor'unity of .drawing attentioii to a what they are in the habit. 'of alleging , is the unprofitable nature of farming in d the Wimmera district. - Now whyrthere a should be any manifestation of a dis- st position of the kind is one of those things which passes our comprehension. 1t If there were not hundreds of well-to-do- al farmers' wllo have been'loci?d-lieire for tt years, and' hd fromi small beginniugs a have attained to- positions. of com- ce parativeaffliiene e'or if there were a m greater number: of insolvencies here C than in other portions of the colony; or of selection; abandoned ,by those !who a were originally located upoi,them, there ci would be some'sh w of reason for the V disparaging'remarks 'hici' have been fa made from time-to.time...
An Extraordinary Statement. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
An Jl:Extraordinary ,-State ment. "At 'the inta qu held ,at Balarat, on Tuesday upon the" remaiens of( theman MainsihDelpath': who i hnghimself'at the Benevolent Asylum,. the.followling curious satement was: made; (says e 'Evening Post,") by a present'iinmate: of::cuthe: inshitution:. "i Greek,:"iianied Andreas Courriko :-"In the latteri?:rt of 1853, or beginning if I854, Delp ith and another Frenchman, whose namelI did not know,- joined as mates with a companion of mine`niamtmd Feodore, who then was possessed ofbetween"£500i ahnd x£600, while .:Delpath.:had ".,a :gun. The three left MIelbourne;: together to go to the Ome? diggings, b.ut to my astonishment, :hen. ,I. was- going along Bour,?~streete abetit"ta fo~tnight afteriiwards .I net the Freinchmain,'and in course of conversation with, him in qHired: whati had become of Feodore. He :hesitated ":at "first:"ansivered me, evasivelv and left. Subsequently; I met .Delpath idn Bourke-streets:without the. gun, and plit the same questio...
THE PERSECUTION OF THE JEWS. Vienna, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
TREIE PERSECUTION OF THEI c- HR ';r & jVienna, May 19.X. The greatest distress continues to prevail amongst.,the Russian Jews, owing to?their pursecution at the hands oftheir fellow subjects:. i?ny of thli ha ve 'crossed 'tide Auistrian frontier, having fled, from Russian territory. 10,00: men, women, and children :hare encamped outside the town of Brody; in the-province'of Gilicia; ina state of destitunioLi liorderinig --on --starvation. Steps are being taken to' alleviate the distress.
Black Trackers and GoldRobbers. Sandhurst, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
- lwýýT 0kers. a dl . -0- Sandhurst, Wednesday,.Evening. l, y lie ast train from Melbourne on Tuesday night two black-trackers, named Dick-~ad-Peter, in charge of Constable c ,.illiamson, of>Benalla, ar i~ved ii n iandhdir,'and:ithiis morniing se't o tv v oking foE tracks leading from the Ellesmere Company No. 1 .wkere-. the~- £306 worth of-. gold was solen fioin between Saturday, night and MIoiAd morniig. In'con'fpniy with Detective Coleman, the party were lowered to the: 540-feet level of the mine, where the specimens were left on Saturday evening, aiid after some delay the tracker. found footprints along the level into the Garibaldi mine, and thence ?,p'1 n old ladder shaft iri' that ihine. No one had been working in this mine for some time past, so that the task of finding the'footprints was comparatively easy. Places were also found where tihe reoblers 1had sat 'dosi? 'torest in coming up the shaft. :'Arriving on the surface the tracks were traced across the Garibaldi Compan...
A Strange Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
'A Strange Discovery. A strange dacovery was made some weeks ago ("says the Western Champ ion"Lby Mr. G. ,Jopp,-:survyor on Iris Do nR lie was reparing a camp at addigtande 8of sAme enineteen miles from the head station when he noticed among the grass some articles of cloth ing, which apparently had lain therej for a long time. Wondering how they could have been Itin a placerwhere ??o potdnary,trse;ller' .oul :think.of eln/p 'ing, he examined the place more care filly, and at last saw what appeared to be theffurmof a~blackfell6dsitting on the e?ound?" Upon closer inspection he found it was the body of a European, tanned almost blackwithlong exposure to the sun. The body was that of a short man. It was in a sitting, psition slightly backward, caused probably by extreme rigidity ofthe sinews directly after death. The body was in a meat wonderful state of preservation. The features-werlearly,,defined, the.skin rated. The hair had all fallen off, and the skin was bkedblaek qxcept under ...