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TURKEY, EGYPT AND THE POWERS. Constantinople, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
TURKEY, EGYPT AND THE POWER2. _"__". _ '. .CiinthnhopJe, May 23. It innderafood that explanations have psaed between the British and ,French Go vernments pon. the one side and the Pion thi e bother'relative to.the desptchl bIy:the frmeer of the cohbined squnadrob to Alexandria? The Shltai hasn n ow xpiresoed lhimself appeased -by-?the assurancs which h~av been given to him, anod the G-riid Vinier-bas intimated-that the-Porte-will-call upon theofltet;tdo intrveride!iii the event p' tservicesbeinarerquire. - to restore o ?r ;iaiEgypt LC"' L"~'-' '·'· -;
HOSPITAL MEETING AT NHILL. May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 26 May 1882
HOSPITAL MEETT'G AT NHIIL. May 22. A meeting of the above institutiun wai held on Saturday, tlhi 2;ril: :;... at the Union Hotel.." Present: Messrs Haye:oft. M'Kcnýie, Sclnitz. Wi'.-n, I.intoule, Camp) bell, Esdaile, Ward, Kuominaky, and several other gentlemen, :r. D. Bone, president, in the chair. : The minutes of the last meeting were rel add confirmed. , Several applieathiri s toem ::triuis ?ndicll gentlemen swas-then read by :;h c.?:;;n.ittr ani it was most sa itif: . o have ihc' a numbertp; select from. AMovFl, by I. W. G. Cvnpbeii, anl seconded by R. Rintoul., That D c:or E. G. K. Marks, of Castorton, be ap oiu'.,'.--Car ried unanimously. The Secretary iv's in:.a'-ict.eJ o writa to Dr. Marks asking him iu.tJo :iak r .::.srnts as soon as possible to (i!l the po.ition as medicl Qilicer far IXil, i"-!~.;'4 nsue5a of committee,'nrd tht th, s.id commJ:tt ea io themselves respou.ii;.,; fi :.he statd guir antee, viz., £200 per antnm. The Secretary vwa-s -.' insItrtEd to re quest Mr....
THIRD DAY. London, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
T??cRD DAY. London, May 27. The above match was continued and con eluded to-day, shortly .after one o'clock. The weather was'fine; but there were not many present to witness the conclusion of the play. M'Donnell and Ho:an, the not out men of yesterday, went again to the wicketes, but were almost immediately disposed of, M'Donnell only adding 2 to his score, while Horan failed to score at all. Giffen and Massie, who followed, made the requisite number of runs, the Australians (who made a total of 119), thne winning the match by six wickets. The bowling of the home team was very good, and well on the wicket. AUSTRALIANS. SECOND INNINGOS. iMurdoch, bowled ..................... . 0 Bannerman, bowled.................... IUorai, ?. Uo~.1~ . -.....-;?... .0--.- M'Donnell, bowled .................:35 Giffei, not 'out ..... ....... ..... 6 Maasie, not out ........ ......... 9 Sundries..... .8............;.:;.. 8 Total................................... 119 ,
SECOND DAY. London, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
SECOND DAY. London, May 26, The match between the Australian Ele and eleven of the County of Surrey was co.. tinned at the Kennington Oval to-day. The weather which had been wet and dig. agreeable yesterday, greatlyimproved during the night, and it was very fine during the day. Owing to the recent rainfalLthe wicket - was very heavy, especially before the lun cheon hour. The public interest in the atclhwas.considerably.iincreased, and the attendanceiwas-ooasienently very large; th1 : ground being thronged with spectators -,The Australians having scored 9 runs with out the loss of a wicket, resumed their in iings, being represented by Garrett and Jones. The former failing to score, was suc ceeded by Murdock, who played a crefut innings for 28 runs, when he was bowled Jones contributed 13. The only other player who made any stand was Horan, who put together 20 before he was disposed of. The innings closed for 1C3 runs., the small score being partly due to the state of the wicket, and ...
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIANS V. COUNTY OF SURREY. SPLENDID BOWLING BY BOYLE. LONDON, MAY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN I?-N ENGLAND. I - (iroM TE DAILY PAPERS.) AUSTRALIANS V. COUNTY OF . SUREY. SPLENDID iBOWLING BY BOYLE. LoNDON, MAY 25. A match was commenced at the Kensing ton: Oval to-day between the Australian cricketers and eleven of the County of Surrey. The attendance on the ground -was only moderate'principally owing to'the unfavour. able state of the weather. Heavy. rain fell lastnight, and the wicket was coanequently very wet. The pitch was also rather bumpy. Runs-were made very slowly, and the game was interrupted by rain at intervals during the day. SThe Surrey team was composed as follows : -W. Lindsay, A. P. Lucas, W. W. Read, W' E. Rollei; J. Shuter, E. Barret, Jones, E.' Pooley, Morris, Bead, Abel, and Didle, (se). : . .... . The county eleven went first to the wickets, which they occupied until shortly before the stamps were drawn for the day. Abel and A. P. Lucas were the first to go in, and scored 11 and 12 respectively. Morris Read, who followed, contributed...
ENGLAND, FRANCE AND EGYPT. London, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
ENGL(4ND ;FRANCE ANDI EGYPT. -London -May 27. jIn the House'of 'Comohss laii? night Mr. Gladstoie, ini' reply to a question, declined to commit the..Government to any"pledgeinot to use force:in: order ; to ensure comirliance with- the ;demainds malde' in the iiiAnlo Frenhch 'ltiriiatum. At the same time the:Premier took oc casionito assure the House. tiat, the entente cordiale existing at the present 'tine between Eagland aniid.'France was qdite as close asvheii le two powers acted in' co'ncert' dci-ri the: Crimnea war.
THE KHEDIVE AND THE ARMY. Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
THE KB.EDIVE AND THE ARMY. Evening. ,Owing to the disaffection. which exists amongst some- of the superior officers-of the army. -the Khedive.acting undei:tth'edvice of the Britisi and French Ciusils-Generial, has assumed the supreie'comminnd;- This actioh on the part of his Highness.-has given great unimrage to the generals, who openly urge that the Khedive. should be deposed. They have also demanded that Arabi Pasha; the Minister of War, should.,'be- re-instated within :twelve' hdurs. Upon this demand beitig pre sehted to the Khedive he 'peremptorily' refused to comp.'ly - . i . . " . . . . . .. ..i i , :h , . ,?
MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [TH WEEK'S TRA5NSACTIONS.], Although the weather on Friday was ad verse to business -operations in the city, still the present iains are all that could be desired for; the' country, as in many districts up- to the opening of the week coinplaihts of dry? ness were being .made. The immediate future of the trade is," however;, :ore pro mising, and irith"a'fair season it maybe hoped that the losses recently experienced by our farmers will be mide good.: The market for breadatuffs is unchanged. The Sydney 'pap'rs almounce thrt it is reported there that. some 6000 t6nisof wheat'.re coming forward from Ban Francisco to that port. This in tOrmaOOu--O en - u, .. -w-«.. . 5..no columns nearly a month since, when we quoted a private telegram announcing that the whole of the available space in the mail etieme-iirp tolJuly have been taken up for Sydney for wheat,-and it is stated in addition that two or three cargoes have been secured for despatch by sailing ves...
BALLARAT STATION PRODUCE MARKET. May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
BALLARAT. STATION PRODUCE MARKET. May26. Ma. BE. . SrarcaAcn reports: There wan a large attendance at my auction sale this week, and every line was cleared at .satisfactory prices. Best meriobes' and hald 'bredfcoommanded 'keeai competitioni' The lota'consited of all sorts and sizes,' and in, the whole in good' order and' conditio a Best skins bronghtfrom 4s 3d to Is 8d, fair to good 3, 6d' to''4s, others in proportion. St"t n" tin ;.eb't; 3d.te ws, interior, Is Sto. 2s ;. tw t byeweýglit;' interior I tdmedinm, 4d tojbibdrbi HBides ar tally Id toId per lb lower, the leather trade being generally vezy mush depressed. I have placed all lots coming forward, light to medium weights, at 3id to 3Sd per lb' Tallow-In this article the market has been very brisk, allIote coming' forward meeting with ready a 'sat advanced rates. I have disposed of several lines ecqal to £22 on the spot for medium t9 fair, mixed and inferior, £25 to £28 per ton.
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, MAY 30TH, 1882. The Education Commission. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
" --o---. ' PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. -T UESDAY, MAY 30TH, 1882. The Education Commission. WHENmthe Education Commission was appointed, it was freely stated and quite as generally believed that its appoint •ment was to effect an ulterior object- that object being by indirect means to render the Act inoperative and virtually of non-effect.... It.. was allegqd that owing to the strong prejudices enter tained against it by -some members of the Ministry and some of their sup porters, it was necessary by some means to effect its amendment. We had but little faith in these allegations; or, at all events, at any such design being carried out, for the simple reason that the ceuntrv would not allow of any tamper ingwith theActinthedirectionindicated, and that any body of men attempting. such an experiment would be exposed to such obloquy in consequence as would compel them to retire from any positions- they might occupy., We believe this fact must. have been so self-evident to the ...
Our Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
Our Fire Brigade.. THE United Fire BrigadesDemobstra? Lion was.brought to a conclhision onf Saturday, and, the Horsham .brigade re turned home yesterday.' Although t. our men"did not succeed in gaining a prize, they have no reason whatever to be. ashamed of their performances--indeed, they acquitted themselves most, credit ably, beating brigades from many of the largest towns. In the Hose Practice they occupied the eighth place, beating a host.of brigades, including Ballariit, Sandhurst Temperance, Albion;i, and other crack teams. They" did their work in 54 seconds, being 4 seconds quicker than they did it last year. In the Hose Practice for 6 men they acquitted themselves nobly, doing their alloted task in 41 sec. only, their time last year for this event being 47 8-10 secs. The Albion did it in 39 8'10 secs., but was disqualified at the time by the judges which left Horsham third, but the decision of the judges was protested against, and, strainge to say, their decision was upset ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
THOMAS YOUNG AUCTIONEER. took, Station, Land, Finance, and (Wommission Agent, WILSON STREET. HORSHAM I-.- A DVANCES made on Leasehbld or Free hold Country Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in the colony or- in London. Agricultural Machinery and Implements by the best Melbourne and Ballarat Makers, sapplied promptly, and on LIBEeAL TEBMS. Every description of business connected with the Lanids, and other Governident f repnartms ts conductedpromptly, efficiently, and economically. Fire and Life Insurances effected in the bales of Property or Stock conducted in any part of the colony. " Fisken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Decnys Lascellv 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. ment Society. Valuer for the Ballarat Banking Co.,Limited. The Australian Mutual Provident Life As surance Societ...