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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
THOMAS YOUNZG eUCTIO._EER. Itook, Station, Land, Finance, and Commission Agent, WILSON STREET. HOBRE?A3 a-, SDVACRS fade oWl-aseb:d or l'rse A hold cuntry Lands. Advances made ,n Town Piropertie." Advances manie on Wool for Tle either ir. the cnioiny or in London. Agricultural Macrhinery and Implemente by the lest Melbourne and iallarat Makers, slpplied promultly, and on Laer.a. Tenss. Every dese rilton of business connected with the Lands,_ and,,thr..Gacramament Sceparti?ne?s coudctedprpomptlyh eTdicidetly, and econon.ic-ly. 'Firc sd Life Insurances effected in the best compancae.. . - = -F-. Faes oclroperrtylbY?Sticlrcond'tdciftl anypart of the celony. AOENT FOR ~F'sken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballasat. Dennys Lascellea and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. Lalarat Permanent Building and Invest. ment Society. Valuer for the Ballarat Banking Co., Limited. The Australian ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
WlLIAM ADAMSON & 00 PRODUCE BROKERS, 20 Little Collins-st. West, and Is'Kil'op-st., I M ELBOURNE. I ECEIVE consigoments of Wheat, Oats, II Barlcy, Peas, Grass SCeeds, &e., for Sale on Commission. They also hold Auction Sales of l I RY PIRODU)CE Every WEDNESDAY and FRIIDAY through out the year, and, as each lot is csmpeted for by the principal buyers of all grades, TOP IhIAKlET RATE.S as always ensured. A SALE OF PIGCS and CALVES Is held every TH TURSDAY at the Corporation Pig Market. Advances made. if required, immediately on receipt of produce up to ninety per cent. of the market value. Account Sales furnished prromptly. CORNSACKS & BUTTER CASKS SUPPLIED. To the Farmers of the TYiltlmnea. R. R.j:CLARK. of the Union . Il Mills, IIorsham, begs to iuform the Farmers of the Wimmera District than he has NEVER made any harge for Storage, and that he still continues ths practice of STORING FREE. CHARILES M'GEORGE TAILOR (Fromn Melbourne,) Nulli Secundus, Firebrace-...
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. May 23: - GEORGE HAGUE As CO.iEPORT:-Shieep skinis-- e had a very lrge supply to-day, Ithe bulk being well.growanskins in good con dition. Thqre was aiful~lattendance of local and other buyers present, who operated freely throughout the sale, and'; all superior lihes elicited keen competition at enhanced valies. We quote:-Butchers' fresh skins, 33d'to 42d .each; superior" larg) and well-gro.,n ditto,-45d to 54dceach; country and statiosi skina7 15d to 30d each, and 2d to 5O&-er pound-; lambskin'~?i3d to 4dd per pound; pelt1 d to 9d each. , - Hides-In sympitth with the unfavounile newas from the London leather sales. our market here contihues in a very depiesied state'and sales casnonly be made at a redl~ci tion on. later-ates .q Wer~janote^^QoodcoD ditoned'i64, 3jd t'o'3per po1i^ a few -picked - extra- superior-dittoo-t-4d light and niedium sorts, 3d to, 3?dTer pound; caif : 3kins',3d to 3!1"' eper n .. " j TaUloa-Iinexcellen t-demundat steadi...
A Kangaroo Battue. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
A Kanrgaroo Battue. 0 T :rli',Brisbine Codriii.'" 'states that the -first regular marsupial battue by M Ir. Bn., ?f ker's .trained little ermy since the present tct cameianto oeeratin took pllace in the end of laist.monithn the imaroin o Walrrto runo, :btltho~i lr tle shooting was immense, aid flly up tb that of former yeari%:it; ;very'" plain to see that ;tho li?'l; fIct'hid dlb its work.well, as.only 2000.kangarood felt td tesiensnimehiiiber of "uns Ksth alsed._ta-ccount for thrice that number three years ago. Donovan still main. tais- his jlositibn, asclrack shott b1f.th party, h.is score in the late batntue bei, almost.incredible. Having been served witlit 200 catidges, he returned 192 scalpsrnrd four eartridges, only four oht of 196 shots being unacconate'l for; 98 per cent of his shots this proved effectse but it was the opinion of in onlooker thlat every shot took effect, although the foir carcasses were no; founiid at the time.:. -iAn eye wvitnoss.le scribes his coolness and...
The Longest Fast on Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
P- -he Longest Fast. on Record. jeffere nille (I-nd.,) -March 16. Ofnedii' in Jianuary Miss Hermann s'ucddenly: heasm vibilently- iisanhi aid was: ir reted.' :-She requested tile r?iesting officer:to .kill.hdr- isashe de siredoto goto-Heavenwithout-delay: When this was refused her sheo deter mnedto die by starvng hiersalf. SlSeS was sent to the Insane ,Department of the Clark County Poor Asylum near Ciharlestoh. , The. visiting p':lhysiin' and superintondent used every efforfrin. their power to induce her to partike of food, I bt. to-.no: purpose. iOne :day slhortly -:fter her iarival at the asylum she ste a portion of on apple,;bt since tha?ttme thiesuperitendent avers thatf she piiartook oi no fodjwhlateler She wduld drink alittle water3 onc~o:a day for a:vhilebut latoely hadjbhii Xinable to ire iina i a teo r oin hi rs tio ac h . . .. . Maneyperson ha ve, doibed.- the statement of; Superinterndent Baldock to the'effect that she had: ast?d ?:rtim. the tuniestated,; httlsf ih "id a...
Mr. Archibald Forbes's Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
Mr. Archibald Forbes's Lectures. -0 Mr. Archibald Forbes, the distin guished war correspondent of the "Daily NRews," delivered his first lecture in Melbourne;, ii-.i;te.peri-house on Mon day evening. This place of entertain meiit was crowded in every part, a large. number of people sccupying, seats.on thei'stage.- -The jecturer dispensed-withr i chairman. He piesented himself to the audience a few minutes after 8 o'clock, and at orii'plunged into his )lis subject, reading from a lightly con structed desk. - Mr. Forbes, who has a sturdy. well-knit fig'ire, appeiired in evening dress, wearing the decorations and medals he hasgained in his adveo turous career. These are as follows: The Orders of Knighthood of the Star bf-Roumania,St.- John of Jerusalem. Cn?rles:'IIl- 'of Spain, Rmemimbrance dross of Saxony, and St. Stanislaus of Russia; the-Iron Cross of Prussia, the Takova Crross6f Servia, the Rýoumnian Cross of Danube, and the Russian, German, Servian, and -Boumanian war medrals. The...
An Auckland Defaulter. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
jA ii:a AuokP~nd Defa'ulter.;' Wfeitdaysncinewe publishe a telegram from Adelonide ?disnoimeigo that the South Australian Police had arrested, at the Sema phore, a hew Zealand merchant ·nlamed Samuel Peter BHrrgis; who wasonf board the honieward-bound steamer Cuzco (si the strength of a telegram from Auckland that:a warrant had been issued for his a~rest:n a cba'go of embezzliing. The following tele grams, extracted from the "Otago Daily Times" of May 5 :aid 6, throw some further light upon the i atter :- " '1 S, ' Auckland, May 4. IIfrgis~wvine and spirit merehant,al ut ten dlays ago left Anekland ostensibly to go on a visit to iotorua. It is nois discovered thalt defalcations amounting to several thousandsl exists, an Australian firm beinglet in heavcily. It, issupposed tlhat Hargis has gone to Ade laide, hoping to secure a passage in the Orient steam Cuzco. A warrant. for his apprehension. has been issued, and a eable mesage.-sent to the Auckland police authorities advisings them...
Panic in the Theatre Royal. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
Pan Sen tghyfeatore ioal A serious panic was occasioned at the Theatre lyalýtoi MbpiM night;.a about halfpa'0 oclock, uriig-the perforfiance; otiie GreeiljLauiso of England." An alarm f fire was given by some disorderly roughs in the gallery, and a number of people were thrown down, and more or less injured in the wild scramble to escape which im mediately ensued among the iaudieijci~ It appears that at about the hour stated, Constable Bourke entered the gallery for the-purpose of arresting ai man named Frederick Dowdall, wh3 was conducting himself in a disorderly man ner, by exhibitinga couple of bricks, which he appeared to be about to throw down among the audience in the pit, whent some one near at hand called out "Fire, fire," evidently for the purpose of diverting the officer's attention. The alarm had a startling effect. The audience rose hurriedly in nearly every part of the house, and rushed for the doors, and for a few seconds a scene of the wildest confusion ensued. Number...
THE REPRESSION BILL. LONDON, MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
'"@ . . . . '€ *" " ?LOEDON, MAr 25, 1 The Honsso Commons was' e ngeged l\st mg hm commicmte; onBi theRpressin Bill. Irelandabre stillbeing continued and havin maae" a releren? to. thg r·cen? murders a oatrages, ,ponwhich Mr. Gladstone strongly reprobated the attitude assumed by the ho~. memberaud pointedLout .thtthe. passing of the Repressionsill-was~imperative in the, present p si~ aofaffairss d. assd
The Suicide of Captain Duncan Smith. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
The Suicide of Gaptain Duncan Smith. --0--- Sydney,' Saturday. SParticulars have been received con cerning tile melancholy death byrsuieide of the Captain of the barque Campsie Glen, whicllaririved at Newcastle from Tiqinarnlyesterday. Thie Chief offilcr, who navigated the ship to part, says that the vessel left Tmuaru on the 21st of April in command of Captain Dun can Smith, a nmaster mariner well known on this coasLt, bound for Newcastle. On the 12,l1 day out, viz., the 3rd inst., the cobin bhy was sent to the C.ptain's room~ eadly in the morning to tell him that his coffee was ready. The b1y-ihe turned and said thalt he could get no answer from the Captain when hechlled bimn. No particular imliorti"nee was attached at the moment to the occur rence, blut when blreakfast time canme, at 8 ob'clock the samue morning, and:rio repjy coal, be obtained from the cp-1 tain'. caiii in tresponse to further calis, - the mate, aceoml,anied .by the second Inate opened the doo6. A slocking siht ...
A Deathbed Confession. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
At Deathbed ConfessioLi;L -0 Sir William Harcourt has beerrsud denly called upun to investigate a very strange story. Eaily in the year 1880 Mr.-Justice Bowerv, who was going the Oord'Circpit, sat in the Crown Court at btaflord, and there tried two respect able farmers named Henry Johnson and Samuel Clowes, who were indicted for cutting and woundiug a neighbouring farmer, named Isaac Brooks, in a. most revoltihgfi~ ild horrible mainier. - The defendants were both found guilty, and Mr. JustiaeIBbwen-who though- ii had only just been elevated to the be?rl had been for many year. counsel to (hS Treasury, and in that capacity had.had the conduct of all.the most important criminal trials-expressed himself, fily satisfied with the verdict of the jury. The prisane'r wero each sentenced to penalservitude for tlenyears. Brooks finding! himself very ill on Friday morning, Dec; 30, sent for Mr. Wilson.Harrison; a farmer at Ridduilph Park, arid a friend, of the family. IMr Harrison was unable t...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
LATEST INTELLIGENCE I BY ELECTR?ItC TELEGRAPH.) (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGERCY.) \IELBOUfINE;.TMnDAsnY. The fuiieral of the lte Robert Ramsay M;-P, took-place to-day;- the-orei i- was-of great length-there being over" 150 vehicles' which followed the hearse. Amongst those! presenti?vere SirBryan .O'oghled and mem bers of theMinistry,thePresident of the Coun cil,the Speaker of the Assembly, members of both Honoses, Sir Wm.n.Stawell, Judge Higin. botham, and most of the leading.aitizens., "In the Assembly to-dy a: resolutio~l woo iasseed reqesting the Speaker to acquaint r John Barker, late clerk of the Assembly, tant the'Hons?odesired:to express its high sense of the'ible manner i wnhich hde i a formly discharged :his duties ?? blerk; bf LAssembly:: during: hii:-long servic 'iii.' the Hoense. A vote of thanks was 'alsod passed to the President, Vice president, Commissioners; E:xecutive Committee, and the oficers of the International Exhibition for their services in carrying.out that valuab...
A Madman at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
A Madman at Sea. ' -o - . The-voyage of the schooner Rachel Cohen, which arrived on Monday morn ing frobi Queenslaid, was far -fromt a pleasant one.- -n'coming up' the Bay. the police flag was: flying, and on the vessel being boarded by the water policeat Williamstown they ascertained from Capt . B. Brown that '-tr. John 'Wallace, the clief officer, had been stabbed in the back by one of the sailors, Henry Stroonbandt. The police were not provided with any warrant for the man's arrest,,-so. thle vessel proceeded up the river: to. Mel bourne, where the necessary authority was obtained and the man taken into custody. The affair oceurred on the 14th inst. about five o'clock p.m., when the craft was off Cipe Howe, under double-reefed mainsail and fuiled upper topsail. The mate was on deck, en gagid, in company with two of the crew, hauling the jib dowti.', While Wallace was so employed, without any intimation or warning of his murderous purposes, Strooidndt went behind the officer with ...