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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
W LIAM ADAMSON1 &OQ PRODUCE BROKERS, S2 ittle Collins-st. West, and 1'Killop.st., MELBOURNE. It ECEIVE consignments of Wheat, Oats, ., Barley, Peas, Grass Seeds, ce., for Sale onn C'moission. They also hold Auction Sales of BAIRY PR ODU..E ~v _E WREDNESDA1Y n;nd FRIDAY through out the year, and. :.3 each lot is competed for "by the principal buyers cf all grades, TOP its tlKET RATES are '.ways cusuned. A S: LE OF PIGS lalc: -JALVI S Is held every THURSDAY at the Corporation Pig Market. Atdvlees made. if required, immediately on rer?ipt of poductc up to ninety per cent. of the market value. Account Sales furnished promptly. .... (EtNS ES' :'&F-3TTTEI"'oASKS SUPPLIED. To the Farmers of the -Wilnllera. -v i.. a.i:CLAI. ofe thle Union. i.Yi; Mills, Horeham, begs to inform the Farmers of the Wimmera District, that he so s aoNETEi m:ld any Charge.:i ftr Storage, and that he still continues tis practice of STORING FREE. CHARLES M3'GEORGE TAILOR (From Melbourne,) Nulli Secun...
HORSHAM STOCK REPORT. May 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
HORSHAM- STOCK R?EPORIiT-. r. -~ ~yMay 29. Messrs. Jons GREGORY .?D Co. report : We held a very satisfactory and 'successful sale of stock atoiur last fortnightly sa at -Minyip on the 16th inst., when we sold 8250' sheep and sundries at market rates. We 'alo held a satisfactory:sale id?"the:insolvent1 estate of Robert Beaumont, which tsoo thr e days, the furniture and effects; the'e hories, cows, boggies, cabs,. and harness,' wver~all sold at'first-class prices.' We'sold 'iriv~tely dIring' the last' fortnight several 'lotii of' sheep,.onO lot slore cattle,-ateani'bf vworlki?' Sbllocks, .and several draughthorsesffdii'i~20 to' £40; idso laid 320 acres ii the!iariishbof Kewell, at £2 10s. per"acre leseliold,"and 320 dres in the parish of Natiiiik" at £2'l0s' per acre' lasehold.' We have pl&ced -nider offer during last week 1000 head sbore attle on the Murray, 4000 store sheep, and several leasehold and "freehold' selections':of'' iid We hold our next sale at Minyip ohn the 3rd...
ULTIMATUM OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
ULTIATUTJM OF ENGlLAND AND FRANCE. Sir E. B. Malet, the consul-general for Great Britain in Egypt, and M. J3 A. Sienkiewicz, the consul-general for France, have demanded from the Khedive, Tewfik Pasha, the immediate resigtion of his present Ministers, and the temporary banishment of Arabi Pa-sh, -he-- Minister-of W aTr-a an e leader of the military party. Should this ultimatum not be accepted, Turk ish troops'would-belanded in -Egypteto enforce: the demands of theoPowers. Cairo, May 25, Evening. The English and Frencli ultimatum which has been presented by the repre sentatiies of the two powers, formdally demands.that Arabi Pasha, the Minister of War and leader of the National party, should be sent abroad; that Mustapha Psha ,Fehmi, late Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Abdallah Pasha, late 'Uhder-Secretary of State for the department of Instruction, should be banished to the interior of the country; and. further, -that the Minis try of Mahmoud Pasha should at once resign. It is rep...
THREATENED DISRUPTION OF THE PARNELLITE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
THREATENED DISRUPTION. OF THE PARNELLITE PARTY. There are strong indications of a dis ruption of the Parnellite party. In the Hoasa .of :Commons. lat. night, Mr. C. .' 1 1?.i1, the ,"emer, f"di , delivered a moder?tespeechon the Irish situatiqn, in the course of which he con demned'thdabus of bojdessg; d of the opposition offered to the Gover- ment by Mr, John Do!!19, the member fer Tipperft-.-- --..
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. S (BY ELEECTRLC TL H) £ AUSTRALMAr PRESS AGENCY: MELBOURNE, MONDAY. : John Wallace, mate of the 'vssel .Rachel Cohen, who was stabbed bygone of the crew?named Stronbandt during the voyage of the vessel here, dieddin .the Melbourne hospital. - :":."An inquest was commenced to-day on .the body.1f a'manlnamed' Malcolm 'Buchanan, who was.found dead in his bed at his residence, Emerald Hill, on Sunday.-- The post-mortem showed the skull to be fractured, and several wit eisses deposed to the deceased and his brother'Norman, fighting on Saturday night.. The 'inquiry was adjourned, Norman Bhchanan being arrested. ". Owin'?.'to 'the: absence of several brigades,''heprizes woniia.tthe recent demonstration will not be distributed: •publicly. :.The prize: for, best average time in .the various events :has' been awarded,: tb?: Simpson's road" withi 13. points.;, the Carlton Brewery 'and Beechworth tied for second place with 8 points each.-- It is considered highly improbable...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. MR. PARNELL ON IRISH OUTRAGES. London, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
`EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. '1i (.?sex ma OAlhYSX.a.): - MR. PARNELL ON --IRISH OUT - ; u:i a t;London, May 26. During the discussion on the Repres sion Billinithe House of Commons last night, Mr. Parnell-took occasion to refer to the statement" made by Mr; Dillon on: the. previous, evening, and endeavoured to show to-the House that the remarks of the member for Tipper ary would not .beai the unfavourable construction put upon them. For his own part, BMr. Parnell condemned the outrages w1ich had taken place in Ireland, a6d also the beycotting of landlords, to, which he was much op posed. \4
The Fire at the Government Printing-office. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
. Printing-office. , So The damage occasioned by the fire at the Goverriinent" Printing:office was covered by an 'lusurarice of £33,000, which was eiually divpded ainngst the Victoria, Aiutralan Alliance, National ,United uAtralian' :utual;:: and:the IndemInity''I dsarince-o i Coiptaniavesiwho of the:inituraices effected by the Govern tentq th e11 only' ?others bein"; -Govern ary tihbraiyrt £15;000; te; Electric Telegraph department, £3,;00&lt;p and a sum idfr£10 0001diitribited?.over the r'pooiie-fi r' m boidilid'ms thd`f refratory &lt;School~ at; Balarat, an soame, minor :builcingi.makingup.a total of £7,0,350 for w*idhich the, Government. 7pays : an ann? i ,?.eum- of £1.30? former times, when the whole of the iublIi. buildings w..:ere !insured, :thei annual a'minin : mounted to ?£41000. Thl iihsn nc companies interested in tile fire appointed MIajor.Freeman on aihi . day to inspect the scene, and reliott; upon thieiactual .loss, which,- it is. thilight', will 'not...
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
: : GENERAL SULMMARY. :::i L oTdon, -April 21... SA small section.of thelOniseri:atives, including Sir J. D. ;Ilay and some of the Lancashire members, are in favour ofban extended system of emigration' in prefreence to the creation of a peasant proprietdoship 'in Ireland, as-pi oposed by-Mr VW. -l-Smi _ --th A serious no-reunt, agitation r has oc curred in Skye, necessitating the inter feren?ce of the piolice, and its suppression by the military Forty-eight ceofters, who ledithe resistance to the hlidlords' claims, had about 250 people defending them. The affair caused.much excite ment in Scotlnd/ and it is believed that many Highlanders areiimbii ed with Land League principles. . Ti Te. organisation. of the.; Salvation Army is greatly extending.ini England. Renewed pressure is being put upon the French Government by several ot the Chambers of Commerce in France to resume negotiations for a treaty of com merce with England" 'All' competent -tuthorities in France are expressing the g...
The Disastrous Wrecks at Timaru. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
The gist -o The latest dates of Auckland papers furnish full particulars of the sad scenes attending the wreck of the hips,ity,ofJPertl,,Ad .Benvenue.;at. Tima', New Zealand. "" The corres pondent of the "New Zealand Herald" states that atabout l-o'clock, pn:the afternoon .'P! Sun'riday 'ay 14 'ide Benvenue parted her last cable, and the crew made for the City; of Perth in her own boats. The Benvenue then slowly drifted towards Caroline. B'y,. ti-ourreni t keepi 'her-Chead to shore, and the backeash, or some such cause, preventing her from veering -about She looked like a fine ship coming in witlia lighti beeze, for she was fully an hour making the trip, so to speak, from the anchoagetbo the-beach. She floated up to within a very short dis tance of the cliffsi and as soon as she struck turned gracefully ro pd, canted broadside to seaward, and ient lean up under the cliff, with spars all stand ing. Thousands of people watched the whcle thing, for it was a fine day on shore, and the w...
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
Epitome of News. - Mr. E. Bignell, of Widgegowara.: Varrego, Queensland, has bought in Sydney at a coat of upwards of £2000 a complete set of bo ring machinery for the purpose of testing the water supply upon the-ran. Mr. Tieloar, of Tarnagulla, is visiting the Gippsland district for the purpose of exhibit. ing a new description of plough,called " the stump-jumping plough," which he claims to be capable of ploughing any land, no matter how many ungrubbed stumps it may contain. He alleges that anything. a" reaping-nmchine can -reap- his new invention can. plough. The result of the trial, which is expected to take place at the Moe, is looked forward to with much interest. At the Sandhurst city police court on Thursday morning, a woman named Minnie Bentley was brought up on a charge of robbing Charles Anderson of a watch and £12 in money in a brothel in Dowling-street. iAndersen, who is a miner at Marong. came to Sandhurst on that day with £54, and, after giving a publican some of it, ...
A Wonderful Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
A Wonderful Escape, The passengers by the early passengetrbain from Melbourne to Ballarat on Wednesday witnessed a rather sensational incident as the train was coming out of the. second cutting at 'Warrenheip.. According to the "Courier," ' jnst as the train rounded a curve,.an old woman,;: igniorant of its proximity, was noticed by the-fireman on the engine to at tempt to cross .the line right in front of the train. Had she continued, the train rattling down [the. incline. must inevitably have cut her to piedes. The fireman jumped forward and soinded the whistl6e just in time. She heard it, lookedup in a startled way, saw the train,, and sprangback .just as the train passed over the spot where .the next step would inevitably have taken' her. The'pas eengers who 'saw her danger were hdrror ,tricken at the horrible death which seemed certain to overtake her, ant they experienced great relief at the.anexpected but fortqnate denouefisnt'of the affair. Their feeling of re lief was but s...
Sarah. Bernhardt's Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
SarahflBernhardt's liMar 44r' ea .riage. refrin toteiarinae of -Madame Sarah Bernhardt, thes.Paris correspon deut:df the "?Daily.:Telegraph "ii"tele graphed on April 6 :-a';SYtiii'Bern= hardt, who arrived at the'Gare du Nord at six ocIock ysterday morninag, drove al once to the-Lyons railway station, in pqmpany; withher hugsaiud, M. Damala. There a number of her friendsa?had assembled to -iingnratulate 'teh bride. Enongo'thm`ii' 'one of h `the editors of the " Figaro5',;who;, gives an iaccount of the conversation- :which. he h-ad with the distingiishbhiartiste. "She told him that she had gone to Londoin to :be married in order. to "saetime, adding, iltis:,cherming to be. narriedithus." My husband'sievittnesses were two? ::of 'his'fried s;` iine, Mr Mayer, and. a London jouraalist. The ceremony ,ci n eluded, we all dined together,; and then tookl the'traiii, Lthe Prince ?of"Wales' coming himselft- congratlate ,me oexpie ined -thatashe ionly r:intomed. her sonvidfheipdrliose as-she wa...
Terrible Domestic Tragedy in France. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882
Terrible 'Domestic ?T-agedy in France.,.: A terrible crinmeha"lie'r n pripetratedI at Co-rzien (Rho e). " au Mdme.I Blanc, twoof therwealthm ppoprpietors in the ·commune,- had-lbsen hl:iving on bad'termslor mniy?: ionths a~i t, and a suit"for separation had l bee~nstituted' beforel the Tribunasl ofst~y.ons.djTPhe' !husband -iasiobfa jeal6ius and passionlte temperaulent ,a:n']?s pis'rter ;petiits eq4a3llsusiciouts of hb?.,d?ns n ;oftmutdal rcriridintions ctSince, the nervi'wth 'the magisatrite, Blnd S wayto fits f melanc.hilyaand 4o, ,? . n . ",lntyeavouce t.. , .n x uc dmeiBlanc to forgetthe'pastiand to consent to their living togetheiitlagishi She, howeyer, remaid'j~ iindexible. Hd s.e eni?l giae way to a violent passion? and threatened!her?,life., ,I tSixc.q.yoti absolutely wish to ffitt n.r#A 'hb'. saidj "and to carry off you dot of 150,000 francs, leaving me as poor as when I i arried you, I shall refuse to acknow r:rr, - ad lbaad i hears my name, and has disgraced it by deserti...