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THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. London, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
TiE :AUSTRALIAN CRIOKETER. i``-:~~''~ ·,:1 London, May i0. ,iTheb ?Times',of thia mornimgin, iOm-nt ingldn the recent matches in which the Australian ,' cricketers have. been epa, ed hails ?ith satisfaction the success gain d by the Australians as-being Ikely to stii'ta tt .hl Ere lih.,playersto increased exertio,, ? orderj tp wnoe} successfullly ope with t ie colonolalrial, . ;r ,.1 ; ,, ' " ,~Oire broke out on Friday night .."! i premisecs vsctspoLd yiiy eeyh raifr"lks 1t l and Rigg,-i.Adel.jdp j butltera .ap5P by the remen. The' .mg .io.. ;'. eiiurance.
THIRD DAY. London, May [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
THIRO DAY. S London, Stsy - The attendance on the Brighton gn..and to-day was moderate. Ihe weather was .ine during the day. The Sussex followed hei innings and scored 193. Lucas, with 54 not out, made top score; Bettcsuworth, 52; Charlwood 31. . Palmer took three wickets in ten Overs for one run, and Garrett three wickets for 67 runs. Both bowled splendidly. The uo stralianswon the match in one inuings aad 355 runs. Sussx.--Second Innings. W. A. Bettesworth, bowied...... 53 H.R. Charlwood, bowled........ 31 M. P. Lucas, not out............ 81 - . T. Ellis, :bowled.............. 5 F.. J. Greenfield, howled.......... F. B; Whitfield, caught.......... O A. H. Trevor, bowled.......... 3 - Humphreys.caught and bowled.... 15 WV. Payne, bowled.. ; ...........13 J. Lillywhite,: stumped.......... 1 Blackman, bowled ............. 4 Sundries................ 15 Total.... . ... 193 . FirstInnings............... 9 Total...... ......°35
Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY, MAY 19TH, 1882. (Before Messrs J. Langlands; and J. Bond, J's.P.) DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
Horsham Police Court. I l (Beforeo nk t 7hglasdo; and J. Bond, Edward M'Cormack was charged with' having been drnok on the previous day, bit,, in consiSlerationgf hislsavn beedetined' i~ the lock up the regilatioih ime;h a is chaiged withu'a hitioh;! U. i ?.?, + WIFE DESERTIOF. John Kenealley, who had been brought up previously, upon warrant. charged with leaving his wife and family without any law fulmeans of su~ppirt, appeaifedposnhis own recogmisaneesto answder the'said charge, and inon his promising to reform and of being more careful for the future, he was discharged, conditionally upon his fulfilling his promisee within a month. WAGEs. F. liherwood v. W. Jones, of Arapilies: A summons for the recovery of£72s 10d wages as a farm servant. ; Mr. Perryappeared for the plaintiff and Mr.iSpread for defendant. AIr. Spread to an objection tb-the sumimons inasmuch as it was not taken out under the vlaster and Servants Act. Mr Perry said hd was not responsible for the issue of the summo...
The Wimmera Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
The Wiimmu Wa?er Trust. ,r A crulerence of delegates from the Shires of Doumnkle, St. Arnaud, Wimmera, Lowan, and Stawell. was held at the Ex cha~ne, Melbourne, on 17th May, for the parpose of adopting- fsrther: actin in re leience to Messis Gordbsn's and Black's eleventh report re water conservation. The following representatives were prel sent:--Lowan Shire, Crs slaedonal., and ['Lenhan; St Arnaud Shire- Crs-,Watson t) and Phillips; Dsnmumklel Shire, Co? Mac . donald and Comyn y iSfsawell Shire, Ors. Jenmings, Ollsrd, and Wettenhall ; Wim mers Shire, Crs Bell and Carter. The following officers of the Councils were also present:-Mr. Gorrie, Secretary St. Aroanrl Shire; Mr. Bolton, Secretory Wimmera Siiile; Mr. Brown, Engineer Wimmera Shire; Mr. Clemes, Secretary Stawell Shire. Cr. Macdonald (Lowan Shire) was voted to the chair. Mr. Clemes informed the meeting that the Minister would receive the conference as a deputation at noon. Cr Ollard mentioned that Crs Jennings and Wettenhall...
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 May 1882
.LOCAL TOPICS. WE regrhe to have to announce; that Heor. sham is about to lose one of its most promi. nent and useful townsmen in the person of Mr. George Young, the. well-known manager of the Commercial Bank, who is about to enter into business relations with the exten sivs firm of MlessrsoDennys, Lasoelles, Austin, and Co., of Ballarat and. Geelorg. We be lieve it is decided that the management of the Ballarat branch will be conducted by Mr. Young. We are quite sure that the removal of this gentlemosn from the town will he a subject of very generalregret, for MIr. Young has taken such an active part in every move. ment, whether of a moral, social, or- public character, calculated to advance the beat in terests of the town, and has so identified himself with its institutions that we think his removal is likely to create a void that will not be speedily filledoup. As a business man Mr Young's conduct has always been charac terised by' integrity arid diligence, and whether as an acti...
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
-'I" MfELBOURNE GlRAIM ARXKE r. .May 23. : Als:s-i "/ Fonai ..i -Co: *report:- W;-t-- i...;!r.P Sreoprt is'lishtly oaier, we n:' quole' foripritle milling 7s, medium to good, Gs i0 to Ga. ld, and iLferiar to medium,; 6a Gd to -G'Sd -per bnishel. Flour-Country b-ands, .14,10s, an.l'town milled, £15 per ton. Oats-Prime milling, 4sa-6d;-prime feed;- es-3dimediumf- tI good; 4s to 4s 2d, and inferior to medium, 33 8d to 3s lld per bushel Barley-Prime malting, 5s 4d, medium to good, as to 5s 3d,' inferior to medium, 4s 10d to 4s llid, and feed sorts 4s'9d per bushel. Bran, is 7d per bushel. Pollard,. Ii a? per bushel. \Peas, 5s per buehd. i:--_ L ' 'i
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MAY 26TH, 1882. Land Legislation. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
1(Te 0%r51uml EilleC. PUBLISHED.EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, WIAY- 26TH, 1882. Land Legislatidn. As outn sa'ders awar for some time past teehis e s beezi:8pispositiou on ithe part of sioeh5in membersi of Parliament for the introduction into ourlaid lendlislation.ofl what is knowni as the leiaingiesystem: ASnd, at the pie: eiit time, it4 would appear as if there were some nom e on the political boardl fdr'the purpose o inducing the Gove??.i meiit to hold'their hand, and not to be prdcipitate. f ui? f?iocin ';- thld? i ?ipiroposed Lsind Billon tfie attention of the Hause, '8 that thel matter :might be firtlie ventilateJ.] The Age, in its issue of Wvednesday, says :-- - I:t.is enderstooed that a friendly offer will bje madeto ithe Goerminent by the Oppositioe to tbe effect thtit they should go eo with the other important imeasures on the noticepaper, and leave the L ,nl Bill ia Abeyance, it being centended that the question-of dealing with the last acres that remained in the hands...
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
:::i::?::'36d?;'?os? 7 :llI~g J OVAL TOPICV , Oau Teeodayr morooing a lrosr ea to fall, the effects" bf which cannot be too highly appreciated) During its? contmniauce no less than an inch and a qdarter' s depth was slhown by lh' ganuge, and front plresent pppearances we are li ely_ tbo have more stip. A .ecIroSa of creditors in the estate of'J. F. 'pAuleywas to haire:been held yesterday at the Coort lose, bhut, ownbii to thiere not being a quorum, the., neetiig lapsed; the estate remaining in the haids of the Official assi. see. YE?s?ERD at thcPolice Court, Mr. Twigg, on behalf of Mr. R. IT.H Bnllockl, the official assignee, made an application to the Stipend isry Magistrate that William Miles, of Hoer sham, shouldl be authborised to' carry .onthe business of thel WVinimera Hotel in . re R. Beaumont. The application was granted. A sALi of Crown Lands ini fee-;imple was held at the anuction rooms of" Mesrs. John Gregory and Co., -Hbrshoam, on Tuesday, when the following lots were di...