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Explosion of Dynamite at Prahran. ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP A BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
Explosion of Dynamite at Prahranl. ATTEM?PT TO BLOW :UP A BLUILDING. (FRO)t FRIDAY'S ARGUS.) Shortly after 1 o'clock yesterday morning an attempt, which was partially successful, was made by some person as yet undiscovered to wreck the: sti-ble and coachhouses belo ning to 11r. Win. Colson, the proprietor of a line of omnibuses and waggonettes running thrpughl Richniohd, :Praliaii, jTooraki Malvern, *and other southern suburbs) by exploding a quantity of dynamite id the centre of the building. The pre mises are situate at th ii'crner of Codm mercial road and Cato-street ,pn the south side, and consist of-a weather board structure about 100ft. square The western end is set apart as a .kind of hospital-for horses low'i' condition or suffering from :injuries. iThe northern end is used as a blacksmith's hoprand for the storage of old iron, &c., and in the centre the omnibuses and waggonettes are placed when, not on the road.: At the tinlmeof the ex plosion there were 11 omnibuse...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
TEO .S TOQUN aUCTIO. EEti, Stook, Station, Land, Finanoe, and Commission Agent, WILSON STREET. HORPRAM v: A DVANCES made on Lasehbld ,r Free ,. hold Ccuntry Lands. - Advances made on Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in the coiony or in London. Agrieultural Machinery and Implements by the best Melbourne and Ballarat Makerr, sapplied promptly, and on.LOBRAla=rsT s. Every description of bisiness connected with the Lands, and other Government LeRartment conductedpromptly, efficiently, ande ecoion?rcallcUy. . -_--Fire-nsd - iTfs rances effected in the best companies. Sales of Property or Stock conducted in any part of the colony. AGNoT FOR Fisken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballmat. Dennys LascellXs and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. Ballarat Permanent Building and Invest. meat Society. Valuer for the BallaratBanking Co.,Limited. The Australian Mutual Prov...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
CHARLES APGEORGE. u ,. TAILOR (From Melbourne,) Nulli Secundus, Firebrace-street, (Next G. Schurmann's Stcre) Horsham. MfELBOVRfnE PRICES. New` Butchering Establishment WILSON STREET. WLT. FO-?Rs?T T- EGS to inform the residents that he has I) Opened a NEW BUTCHER'S SHOP, opposite Yonng's Sale Yards. To the Farmers of the Winnera. M/R. R.:'CLARK. of lthe Union SMills, Horsham, begs to inform the Farmers of the Wimmeraj)istriot? _?-3iShi?aiR' EVRin Omade any Charge" for Storage, and that he still continues Ths practice of STORING FREE. I AMi OFF TO WIT HERS' WORLD-RENOWNED Wimmera Fruit Market, lYho has the LARGEST and CHOICEST STUCK 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 AML OFF TO WITHERS'. Whore you can get APPLES as large as babies' heads. I AM OFF TO WITHERS' Formy PCTATOES, because he sells more than any other house, and you can depend upon getting them fresh and good. GARDEI SEEDS ! GARDEN...
MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
3?ELOU1URN'E '.LOUR ANDi GRAIN MARKET.: . • [sih WE K'S TROANSACTIOSN.] The excitement with regard to bread stuffs, with the appearance of the agricultural statistics, seems to have died away, and the pinch with respect to the loss of our inter. colonial export trade is beginning already to be felt. Country supplies, notwithstanding the inability in the past of farmers, owing to other and more imperative engagements, to send wheat to market, 'continue to come for ward, and though holders of wheat. have somewhat abated from their extreme views, little business can be done. Flour, even dn Tuesday commenced to evince such iweakness as led to a decline on the nominal quotations ruling at the time, and since: then 'his not improved in value, even to enable sales to be made. As the market stands, therefore, little has been seen of the liveliness and activity which hitherto has been so marked a feature; that however, in a great measure, is only the result of the natural reaction which neve...
GAZETEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
GAZETEE, Thefollowing'landiis open forsledn tin. obrshim district * parish-6fDimiibola';area, 2 acres; adjoining H. Doherty's 47th section holding. The following license has been revoked at licensee's request, and will be open for selec tion at nine a.m.. onsthe-2nd June :-Henry Schwarlk, 320a., Yearinga. The following applications for licenses have been approved:--Carl R. Milich, Katyil; John Leonard, Warraquil; Thomas Leonard, Varraguil; Annie LuhrsLorquon, Frederick Lphrs,IorquiihiPa ticloI: d. Warragquil; John Luhrs, Lorquon; Carl F. Lange, Katyil ; Johanna M. Lierech, Ban gerang; George Lowe, Yearinga; Wilhelm C. Koop, Woorak; Herman Janetzkli, Cannum and Katyil; George T. Henman, Yellanjip; Johann Herold, Katyil; Ephriam Haines. Gerang Gerung; Charles Wm. Goodes, Balrootan; William Greenwood, Kaniva; Newton J. Gale, Kaniva and Yanipy ; George Eastwell, Balrootan; Aaron Dorrington, NiNi ; Charles Greek,Balrootan; Frederick- S: Burkhart, Katyil , Alfied Buckley Lawloit; Alfred B...
Warracknabeal Police Court. FRIDAY, 19TH MAY. (Before F. L. Smythe, Esq., P.M., and Messrs J. Lyle and J. Kelsall, Esqs., J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
Warracknabeal Police Court. FRIDAY, 0rin MAY. (Before F. L. Smythe, Esq., P.IM., and Messrs J. Lyle and J. Kelsall, Esqs., J.Ps.) Police v Philip Wiillcolia-A E isifons for allowing disorderly persons upon his licensed premises. Fined 2s 6d and 10s costs. Police v. Elizabeth Willcoek (wife of the above defendant) was also charged with using obscene lianguige-aud-?with' disorderly conduct. Fined 20s or 14 days imprisonment as she had been before the court on a similar charge previously. The P.M. gave her a severe lecture, which it is to hbe hoped will have the desiredLeffect upon her future conduct. Timothy Ryan v Samson : Claim for £3 wages. Dismissed. \1'Conville v. Hogan: Illegally detaining a horse. Settled out of court. Philip -Tillcock's appali~'fi£ for a tem porary licise 'for" te annum sports was granted.
A SUGGESTION BY THE IRISH JUDGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
'ASUGGESTuO BY. THE IRISH' JUDGES. "Tlie'Irish judges disapprove of the proposal of the.Government to empower a comm~ission' of three judges to try, criminal charges without the -assistance of a jury in districts in Ireland where the. rdinarv law is pbowerless to repress crime. u±nstesd of the :absolute-suspen sion of trial by jury, they urge the Go vernment to eriact that special juries should be enipanelled to' try offences in the proclaimed districts!-' -
A Curious Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
A Curious Story. --o- The Hobart correspondent of the Launces ton "Examiner'. gives the-.following:-A. curionsstoryjwith a fatal termination comes. from Southport. Mr.; Surveyor Jones 'who has been engaged in cutting a track from Southport to Port Davey, left some provi sions m two huts used as depots along the route. Two old men residing in the neigh bourhood of Southport, named Taylor and Christie, suspecting some bhoty through hearing of the depots, visited the first one and stole some of the provisions. They afterwards determined to proceed to the second depot some ten miles further on with a;view of taking the 501b. bags of flour. known to have been stored there. :For:!ten' or twelve days the old man Taylor was missing, and then the information of his doings was brought to light. This induced a search party-to start off along the trck, buot they had to return through one of the party getting disabled and having to be carried. However, another party started out immedi ately afte...
Effects of the Drought at Dubbo. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
Effects of the Drought at Dubbo. Sydney, Friday. The country from Dubbo- outwards has suffered terribly from the di?ight-" The deaths amongst stock are beyond calculation. The bones of thousands of sheep and cattle are bleaching paddocks which; tlo6gh now without a vestige of pasture, arcin ordinary seasons like meadows. On the Bogan, oitof 7,000 lambing ewes, the increase saved was one lamb. Desolation is staring farmers and pastoralists in the face. The droug)ht is the most Eevere ever 6x perienced in the district.-Unless rain comes, instead of 1,400,000 sheep being shorn in the sheep district of Dubbo, probably there will be only 200,000. This means a loss of wool to the value of £90,000 or £100,000.
MURDER OF MR. GLADSTONE PLANNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
MURGDER OF MR. GLADSTO1NE PLA2TNED. An Irish newspaper published in New York, in referring to the Phbnix-park tragedy, asserts that the murder of Mr. Gladstone, the Premier, Mar. W. E. Forster, the late Chief Secretary for Ireland, and Mr. T. H. Burke, the per maneut Under-Secretary, has been de liberately. planned in America, but that at the last moment the sentence against Mr. Gladstone had been re voked.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
LATTEST. INTELLIGENCE,?, :(BYC: LTRCO .TELEGRAPH.:)'! (AUSTRLIANA PRESS ,AGoiNCY;) ,' >;:, MELBOURNE, MOsDAY. At a meeting of the University Counhciltns fttri?i~-oi Dr., ,Morrison proposed Dr:' Brownless,vice-cliancellor; to !be =elected =Ohancellre; r'fkodr M'Qtoy oiedo dan amiehen .tiat the election be postponedl3for.3 morihs~thisa was carried byitei votes io five . The. State dchool':tecibhieW; Wllace, who has been under:, uspension. for nearly twelve months, and- whose idis :missal was urged by the Police Com mission onacdcount -of his c'ctiftis diting the Kelly outrages, as'been dLischarged from the service. J H. . Knipe. auctioneer, has entered an action againsti theIBoardi-)f Land and Works for t wo thousand pounds compensation for injuries sustaiined Ieby the late Windsor railwa a? acidnt. Archibald ForbeC~i arraed from Sydney to-day and is the guest of the Melbourne Cl.ub .. The Bea? Select In ry ? Commiittee met to-day for.the first time, the' only member absent bent ?,...
SECOND DAY. London, May 19, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
L ondon, May 19, Evening. The match between the Australian Eleven and eleven of the County of Sussex, cas resumed at Brighten to-day. The Aus. a lians, with 255 runs for tha l.s of ! vo wickets, continued their hininge, mnakin; a magnificent, stani, and they comnple :ly collared the bow?liun of their opponents. ha innings finally closel for 613 ro;s. 3aIri ,h only gave one chan,:e. The attendance at the match was. mo?l ":te, and the weather fine. The Esuglish bh Jio was very loose. AusTnar.A ELEVEn.-First Inning. Massie, caught.................. 5 Bannerman, caught.............. 60 SMurdoch, not out..............:.. '$ loran, caught ... ............. 51 M'Doneell, bowled ............... 11 Bhlekham, I b w.. ............. 27 Giffen, caught and bowled........ 74 Jones, caught .................... 5 Garret, bowled ................... 9 Palmer, bowled ................... 25 Spofforth, caught;........... 8 Sundries........ .......... 3 Total........................ 413
SIR HENRY PARKES IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
SIR HENRY PARKES: IN ENG - LAND.---- "Sir :Henry Parkes,"the' Premier of New South Wales, has been entertained at breakfast by the United Kingdom Alliance. Two hundred members of Parliament and. other distinguished, gentlemen were present. Sir Henry Parkes, who met with a most cordial reception, .stated that in New South Wales the newv Licensing Act, in which the provisions for the control of the liquor trade , were far more stringent than before, had pi'oed very success ful.
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIANS V. COUNTY OF SUSSEX. LONDON, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. -----o AUSTRALIANS V. COUNTY OF SUJSSE (FaOt THE DAlY Ptras.) LONDON, liAY 18 A thrce.rldays match between the. Aa.t:eali Eleven and tne County of Sausex swas con mcnced-to.day at Brighton, in the pIrseuts of a large number of spectators, but a great amount of interest is not at present being :taken in the game by the general public. The weather was very' fine, antd the ground in good order, a capital wicket having been prepared for the match. The county team went first to the wickets to the bowling of Spofforth ad Palber. I." T. Ellis and F. F. J. Greenfield, the tiro first representatives .of. Sussex, made a fair stand. The former, however, after playing carefully for some time, was well stumped, and retired with a score vf 10. Greenflield maintained his position at the wickets for seome time, and made the top score of his side, when he was caught for 23. A similar fate overtook W. A. Betteswotth and Charlwood, the professional, the former obtaini...