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CONFERRED HONOURS. LONDON, 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
, . CONFERRED :HONOURS. : i . - o. . . • - .: 'l;.."·; " "' "~:": .· ' - F.ONDON, 4. Theo oMfEcial ezette to-e oday announces that the following honours have been con ferred on, the occasion of. Her" MIajesty's birthday-To be knights commander of pl. Michael and St· Georga=-Jihn :H.ll,-late Premier.of hei ealnd i, Colonel .hitmore, late Colonial Secretary for New Zealanad; hen. Saul Sasnnel; Agent.General in.London for New South Wales. To be companions, Ieylyn Hate', he of the Statistial D ~partment, Melbourne; John Forrest, x plorerand:Victor ·eilleams. : e I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
M r-~isei g -Fri~nd. bo HOULD this meet::tho e~e~ of Wltor Or~Co2tbarnr, of ·Welo;.:ori.okshinŽ. a FO~RTUNE a jva~it rhi~n .:b4,. writing .to. I JohiH~e~oiol, Hzhioid, areor MIowel, rII.~ Gippslandt. AUSTRALIAN . , •I , . : . . .T I Si· -..'..~l Jhe estnructilodn dostvrmi an.: fe'n io hEoaqsanetoes Bit cokranhes, C.n 'oackr-oingsever1al oe' Beerttrle.;. OVnLatSertr to ths PasFr aid- every oth-'3 spccae of insect: ? k Tesr . 'F Sul it-to ree at, ,SonCey it ~ ac~n ? . . ' . . ;, Dea Sir,--I lhoutdle get io aso.re int~' addingsays, forohiy.Fc totdeerlet ofi~lbeauo the~rolsced o d'inHe- witht aoo lea-serly eosnoudord h'i -a-sos lnoetirderlyango n in of 5snie a rou ed ofEgls aket thens ?htuem atru iscun 3 WIIAMS 'Soerebtaryut tePoesupitty Stheam baiga-isn a-oeipnny-al~~ t Syne. w r -irn I shoud b? tlin-o ,utao Er ar getis addresit, for hi- Flea ?ubepowder,;t-s I isalnaleand upo this s?ersoon, the fesi dead. is a etose sipon it, senree Of thris, nos one or two.s I~fI hnew, b'iokrettos add...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
ITAiNTED a Strong Active Youth.-'ip. ÷, ply immediately Soap Works, Hor sham. .W ANTED for the country. a Good Hou0s -V keeper.--Apply "- Horshnm Times" office, or T. Hobbs,: Aalon Palk, Long erenoog. - - tT ANTED KNOWNi titre E.r Jones, I " corner of Fegar and Kosford-streets, teans gentlemen's Black Cloth Clothes: and Felt Hats also;,Ladrlies Black Jackets and Msintles. Orders left with' J Pomeroy. op1osite the railii sttio willbe attended .J"-:A TItERwth Mescr,. Lanclands' saa4 Cu.) so prep~jaried Is'RE~PAIR SEWING MIACHINjES at th'e Shorteot I\otire: '''~: ' '.' ,Wooxje 0 aoISsmoP G(UAnANrcED. OAN i dTED.KNOWN .-Thot YOUNG & " ,SON, Painters, Paperhangers, &o., hav ken the premises lately occupied by T. lMcNeil, Firebrace-street: (niext'odor" to Withers' Frnit Market!, are prepared to exe= eat Paintiig in all its branches a the shortest notice. Excerienced tradesmen sent to l parts f bthe district. FOUR-ROOMIED Cottage.To.Lrt.-ApiP3 ST. YOUNG. i?O r ,.;t, ! :t,'....
Mr. Francis and the Bushranger. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
MIr. Francis and the Bush ranger. :; The giddiness with whih MIr;- .T. G. Francis was attacked while endeavnoutrig to address the ALssembly last Thurslday night is traced to injuries received by him many lyears ago in Tasmania, while defending his homne from burglarious aenault. An the circumstances have not been revired, se far as we have seen, we will give them in a few words, as we heard them related more than twenty years ago in the courne of an after dinner conercnrsation. At the time of the oc currence Tasmania was infested by desperate criminals, escaped convicts and exuirees, and every hnnest citizen had to be alw.ys prepared to defend himself, his belongings, and his family, at the risk of his own-l'fe. One night Mr. Francis wras rocsel out of his slebp by unusual and suspiciocs a ends within his honuse, and suspecting the cause he slipped quietly ant of his bed. and withut waiting to put on his clothes proceeded to the quarter frem which the sounds osme, first turning thek...
The Uncertainty of Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
[The Uinertainty of Law. A case illuatrating the uncertainty of liti-a tidn was tried on Tuesday hbfore his Hon"iur Mr. Justice Williams and a jury of sis. The plaintiff, William Bruce, a flamer residins &lt;t Lsei, in the Horsham-district, sued another farmer, named William Ha t, of Kalkee, to recover damages for trespoas under the follow. in.- circumstances:--Hart had sued Bruce in the Horsliam County Court, in April, 1880,to recover£4' 4s for the services of a horse. The summons.was served at Bruce's residence,and an affidavitof er'eice- -filed, and a verdict was given' or the amount claired, with costs, there bdinAgo appearanee of defendant. In June, S180,Sanlexecution was 'issued for the amount and costs.Tlhe aili;ff called on Bruce, but he denied.all knowledge of Hart, and the lbailiffleft. He called again some days later, and Bruce still p'rsisted in denying that he knew Hart. After seeing Hart's groom, the bailiff went out again, and .demanded the money,aand Brace th...
WARRNAMBOOL. May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
?, WARRNAYIBOOL. -- (From our own Correspondent.) *-- .May23. tnnera have nearly finished harvesting - heir potato crop, and pittleglls now the eirder S e thoosadn of tons being :n-v ofe in this manner. A very large .? _, . is, how ever. com i g for w d su f cicnt to mtet the deo:lids of shippers. -hose who still hold largely are very echaryi in disposrag of much cf their stock as they; 1nticipate, and I tbink rightly, that a further rise will take place. The yield has turned -ut much better than was atnt nfirst antie ted. On several c-f the farms at Yankery flats, a .ocality distant about 7 miles ftrm War~irau bool, the enormous yield oe 20 ts ns to .?ie acre has been obtained, and thronlghout the whole of the district general satisfaction is enperienced with the ret:nrnes. The present hbs been an exceptionally good sieson for -producers, fcarm produnetoi everydescription eoliEing higher prices than inhas lieen obtained lee several years. The pIrices wholesale •or ruling are for po...
NHILL. DIMBOOLA, NHILL, & NORTH-WEST WIMMERA PASTORAL & AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
* NHILL. (From ouroirn Correspondent.) DIMBOOLA,'NHIILL, & NORTII-WEST WIMMERA PASTORAL & AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the above society was held on Saturday, 20th inst., at Rentoul's Union Hotel. Executive cammittee oresent. Mr. Thomas Ward was voted to the chair and presided over the meeting in a most efficient manner. The minutes of the last mneting were read .and confirmed. Letters were read from Messrs. Potter, Cameron, May and Millar, anl Anderson, acknow edging eceipt of aedals and pro mising their support to the forthcoming show to be held at NNill. From Mr. W. R. G. Campbell, accepting the appointment conferred on him at lias meeting as Honorary Treasurer for the society. . A letterwas also r-ad from the secret?ry of the Horsham sosicey, stating the dates fixed for their next sh iw, being 30th and31st August, and publicity huI been largely given to that effdet, blt that hlu would brig under the notice of the coimmittee at next meeting the wish of the ...
Basis of a Permanent Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
Bais of a P.ermanent Water Trust~c SThe following has been forwarded to usn by Cr; Morni i L-;··i: ·· -i At a conference of Delegates held at Murton on Friday, 12th May, to cons der the forma tion of! a.,Joint- Water. Trust, under the "Water Conservancy A?ct, 18S1,". to. carry ciut siniglythecomplete sachcm of sIrsrs. Gord]ozi and Black for the whole 'Wimmera dist~ f, .'CrI. -. -rriso (Dnunmunklcshire) submitted the follocingimotion, which waso, howv e.r, rled.ou s of ordrr.in conrequenev of thconferenci lnvi'u at. a preosls itting comwnitt~di elfto the formation of a united Trusit, yb i That';the representatives of Dunmunkle.' Lowasila· Ymmeo,,'Stiwell, and St. Arnaud, whlos is~.itedshirves compris& the whole of th' territory if'the Wimmera -district, and to "whieh.the complete wrater. scheme of the Gioveirnient engineerse, serssrs. Gordon and Blarck,'ad known as the .WYimmera scheme, exclihivelti refers, having each through their Coanilto ccePta iiich scheine in so far as ...
The Adelaide Racing Club. Adelaide, May 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
The Adelaide Raoing Cilub. Adelaide, May24. ;. There was a very large attendance (abonut 14,000) on the course to-day, and the weather was excellent. Everyjrace appeared 't6 be. invested with considerable interest, and the proceedings passed off with great spirit" I, The following are the resnlt. I, .: HANDICAP IHURDLEL .' , Srtriplet .. .. r . ·.r. ..1 & Glenorvan.. ..-... .. 2. Dutliman . .... .'I 3. . . Time-3 min.S7T see - ' '-: ?, MfaInnr PL.TE, OMf 50 eosi.'-,lne mile.,;t SGlory..': "... ·. . .. ... i:.i;'i... ... c1 ... Belmont ... .. ... 2 Prideof the Morn---... ... 3 Time--1 min.46 sec. -'NusERY SrAKes, of 30 e bs. each,.~with 20 sova. added. Sixfifurlo dik:".': Transferred ..... ... 1 Footstep ... ... . 2 Basseano A. . -. Time--1 min 161 see. - :.: BIRTHDAY Cur, of 20 sorea. each, with 1000 sore. added. One mile and three quarters. Darebin, 3 yrs, 8 et'lb (Pipwe)'?1. Crystal, 7 st 9 lb (O'Brien) .. 2? Topaz, 7st 2 Ib (Huchins) 3 Time--3 min 8. see. Little Dick - .....
GREAT FIRE IN MELBOURNE. A LARGE POSITION OF THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
GREAT FIRE IN., 1YiL BOURNE. -0-- --- A LARGE PORTION OF THE GOVERN 1ENT PRINTING OFFICE DESTROVED. About a quarter to cloven on Wednesday morning it became known that the Go vernment Printing Office was on fire. at that time most of theholidf ftsakern were con'eeated at' varai-??o ~lie of namsement, many being at the Fire Brigades' demonstra tino, others at the review, and others prepar igto go to the races. The consequence was tat the crowd at the scene of the fire was at first a small one and easily controllUed.:Itas: well that-esuch was thease asntheretwirer very few police gvailable and the firemen \iere nearly all engaged at the demonstration. Superintendent Head was atthe grounds with 'sbme of his men, the assistant-superintendent of the Insurance Brigade being in charge of the others at the brigade station. As soon a the alarm was given these hastened to the scene, taking with them all the hose that was at hand. At the same time a message was despatched for Superintendent Ha...
United Fire Brigade Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
United Fire Brigade De monstration. -o Wednesday's procceding.s were preceded ly a procession. As cte weather wae beauti fully fine there was a large attendance of stp~ectators in Spencer-street, between Bourke aid Collins streets, nbere the different brigades were marshalled prior to marching. The processi?n was to have started at nine dcelock, Lbut the usual unavoidable de'ays occurred, and it was half an boor after that tne before a start was effeeted. The route wee changed from that followed on Tuesday nith, ard re-s me:: .hort:r. The proces sioets. he..ded by L. ,ln ,* men,marched alone Spe~er-street i.;rL C A:ns-street, up Eli.mbeth-street, alonug DCrhe-street, down Ewanuton-ssreet, d u oveA: rince's Bridge to the Agrinculotural Sjoeit, ', ;l-.nd, on the St. Edilda road. The sight .;a picturesque, bhut vet as brilElIut :1 Tle-':- rig-ht's spectacle, the trnches end ,lisicl' , f r3eworks being ~icsed. There was gi:' 'an immense at teldnce of the spectator; anlg the route of the...
SECOND DAY. London, May 23, Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
SECrSD Day. London, 2Lty 23, Aftras~-. The match between the Austr.li?n cricketers and eleves of tihe Orleanls C.G: was resumed at Twickeham r o- lay. The attendance m. again very ;4 but theweather was not: saJ favourat:e : ,,a Monday, and shower? - i t inlternai. lari,: the day. AUSTRALIAN ELIEVEN. FROsr InSGscs. MIardobch, retired hurt.... -. 17 Massie, bowled....... ....... Horan. Ib r. ................ M1'Donnell,c au2h?t............ Giffen, stumped.............. 24 Garrett, lb w.....4............ Jones, bowled......... ... ......4 Palmer, bowled....... ........ .o Spofforth.. ....... ......... O Bonnor................... ....... 0 Boyle .................. ......... O Total............................ English boelng r.:orasi.-- W. G. Gerac o wickets for 27 rco:. A. t. Steel, 4 wick-ec for 26 runs. Fr':POs r, tsa:: ?. Murdoch, nt , ... .... 107 Horan, bowi l.... ......... ..... 21 Giffen, bw!,l .... ...... ......... 17 .''Donnell, b:rel? .. ..... .... 28i Muassie, e?a.ht............
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIANS V. NEW ORLEANS CLUB MURDOCH RETIRED HURT. FIRST DAY. London, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN I?NN ENGLAND... FRFO TIE DAILT PAPERS.), AUSTRALIANS V. NEW- OLEANS CLUB SMURDOCH, "RETIRED HURT. Lo . ndon'May 22. The. Australian :cricketers commenced a two days' match to-day against e'even of the Orleans club at.-Tiickenham. This bein the. first. match played, in. the vicinity ol London, thei greatest. interest ias taken in the event;, and there :was a very la ge and brilliant assemblage -present, nnmbering neveral thensands.: :The weather was very fian, bat the heat was great. ,Tho ground was in excellent order; and.sa capital. wicket was pitched The Orleans teamacomptised the following pla)ers:--A. GG. Stsel, Dr. -E. TM. Grace, .4?G.-:Girae; A. P. Lnu , 8. S.-Sichltz iC..'FTfih6nton, G. F. Vernon, A J. Webbe, 11. G. Barlow, R. Pilling-, and H. Rotherham, !of Uppingham Schoji. - . I Thelamme t?i wen t-firstto-the wicets, being represented by Dr. Grace and W. G. Grace.F Th iorzer was 'easily disoased of, and retired without scoring. A.j . Lucas was the nex...
THE REPRESSION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
-THE REPRESSION -BILL. Sthe Houseof.Commons todday the Go vernment" aoounudea 'thei'n-iuntention oe givipg:;both the..Repyressiqo Bill and the Arrears of Rents Bill precedence over all other business;. With this object the House' will sit to-morrow, instead of .adjourning as uual over the Derby Day.,
THE CRISIS IN EGYPT. Cairo, May 23, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
r; :ITHE CBISIS IN EGYPT: C > airo;,!ay 23, Evening. (Th'o negotiations which' were .set o oot with'the vi.w of inducing Arabi Psh-a and some of the disaffected fficers of the armny to leae hEypt liae resulted unisccessfully.. Ministers are now actively arminsg and in flaming, tlie c?ntry- in favour of the Natioia'?cause' They refuse to negotiate furkherJ'uhless the Eng;ish and French squad rons are withdrawn from Alexandlria.