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A New Comet. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

A New-JComet -0 An, occasional correspondent of thi "New Y6rkli'erald" at Albany gves a description of a new-comet discoere( on the morning of i18th March;, 6y MA Oirlek S. :Wellr ;iioe of the assistant in the Dudley Observatory. This comet which is said to be " small, ht-. *very-brght/,".-i" in the constellatio6r iHerctles," anodaccording to the. write bidsi fair toe the 7i nomiaii sendi t.oh-o"tfti ý ;. V... !,. ti onof the year;". I.It had a small tail,' eqnaluJoTabout one-fifth of the diameter of the moonin I length. Thi tail was .ntelisely-bright5 and there was the appearance of, a stti like body in the head. News'of the liscorery was immediatelv? i oinimuni ,ated to astronomers and to the'publich but owing to unfavo~iialle weatiher,'bi I few observations have thusfar been i taiied. The'condensed jtriibtness ion the-head, the narrow tail, and the slow apparent inotion across. the face of the sky, all :erVed to heightIen the 'iiiteres :.whicih;»s felt, and led the astro.:omer~ i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

In Lombardy nearly 2,000,000 acres lhre watered by 5000 miles of canals. Farmers in the Little River district have all nearly completed sowing for the.-present season. - IT is an old tradition of belief (says the. Oban Times) that toothache is caused by a worm in the tooth. In Gaelic, "cenimh" means worm or inaggot; hence "conime fhicall" signifiestoothache. Inhaling smske was supposed to kill the worm. A better remedyis Clemes and Bartleman's Encalyp tinke,'which' cures tboth'h'e instantly and permanently. Sold by all chemists in the' colony. Price ls.-Agents: Messrs. Kauo-E Co.-[Dvr.] .. SANTED Shepherds and Assistant, for Lanbing, with and without dogs. Apph at once. Permanency for good men. c E Atksison. ANPtEDa StroU Aotive -oalth-Ap-. ply immediately SopWorkol;, Hoe A Tlrl FED forthecontry, a GsodRouse.d " "keeer.-Aipply: '-Horsham Times" office, or' T.. Hobbs, : Avalon; Park,Long-: erenong. W ANTED to PURCHASE: or ENT i SaFARM of 800 or 600"Acres, and to state price.per acre....

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Stabbing on the High Seas. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

1 ; --1 --- o- ---- The first mate of the schooner Rachnel Colien, named John Wallace, who was ad mitted at the Melbourne Hospital on the 22nd inst. suffering from a dangerous wound under the left shoulder.blade, which was in flicted with a sheath kaife by a seaman named Henry Stroobandt,on bzarl, on the 14th tist., offlram Head, while on a voyage from Brisbane to Melbourne,' was in a most precarious condition yesterday afternoon, and as the medical staff held out no hopes of. his recovery, Mr. Panton, P.M., attended in the afternoon and took his dying depositions. Henry Stroohandt, who was present in the custody of the police,' appears to be of nn sonnd mind,. and since his arrest be has made a number of extraordinary statements. He alleges thathe is " the only prophet," and that he has been entrasted with a com mission from the Lord to murder the man Wallace .for having spoken rudely of the Bible,. The dying depositionis as follows: (John Wallace, duly sworn,stated,-I have been a ...

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Bushranging in New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

Busirbanging ind New Soth Wales, The" Tingha Banner" gives the following account of the sticking-up" of the Armidale and inverell miil,. a'i' short'feport ofP, whici. iteas sent by telegraph--. Considerble emid citement wnae reated in Tighii :about mid day on Tuesday by the report that the coach which had just arrived had been stuck up by an armied man at a place eldti8.?iiliifrom here, and within 300 yards of Cook's Golden Fleece Hotel. It appears that shortly after leaving Cook's,'the time being about .8 am., .a'horseman galloped out of the blish'i h :the off sideof the coach, and, presenting h irvoiy ver at Mr. Low (the daiver),with whom there' were no passengers, ordered him to 'bail up.' Mr. Low, thinking it was a practical joke some one was. playing, passed a remark to the man "to that effect; ', win the latter replied, 'Joking be---! I know my - work.' The driver then, as desired, handed out the Tingha, the Inverell, and Kangaroo Camp bags. The man while this was going on, ke...

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Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY, MAY 26. (Before Mr. F. L. Smyth, P.M., and Messrs Bolton and Burgin, Js.p.) DEBT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

Horsham Police Court;. Fa rAv, MAT 26..aUa ov (Before Mr. F. L. Smyth, P.M., and Messrs Bolton and Burgin, Js.P.) DEBT CASE. Brown and Bradbury v R. Knight : A summons for the recovery of £1. Mr. Sherard said as all concerned were agreeable be applied that the summons might 1be ex. tended for a week, which was agreed to. PERJURY. Horatio N. Godfrey v. James A. Heslop: IA sumnmons for aleged perjury:, Mr; Twig appeared for the complainant, anid 1 . Ireland for the defendant. Mr. -Irehdla Eaid before any evidence was taken he had to make an applica:ecn that the hearing of the matter should be postponed till the charge upon which the complainant in this case had been committed should have been deiidrd. He was under the impression that the benhe, which heard the case out of which -ihec present charge arose, would not have committed Godfrey to take his trial if a prima facie ease had not been made out. He could not refrain from saying that it appeared to hi-: as if the present proceeding...

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Warracknabeal Railway League. May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

Warracki?abeal Railway League. (From;ouor otn Ctlrrspbordent,) . 27. A meeting of tie abore lag!,e s so hld at Phillips' Hotel on Saturday ev.nin,- last, CG. Bell, Esq., J.P., in the clair, ,The Chairman said he hoped the meeting wounld proceed with caution and not be too hasty in so important a matter ca the route, he thought ittwould be i ast to leave that in the llands of the eo·e!rn::.mi. The surveyors had receive.i i?t-rauction: to survney the line through to Warricknece:t ; this i:: formation was reeeived vI:il ch.,ras by the: meeting. The Secretary sail t!r:-e was n :ninut.'s of last meeting, aln the oE:ly correspondence he had received'was a iettcr f;it:a Mr .IMo:ri of Minvi Station, tha: tihe ?:arveyors had reached Minyip, c.:ti haf'. instra..rn:s to coa. tinue the survey of the li.e th· ,rugh to Wor racknabeal. .(llier, hi-:r-). A long discussion no,; e:a:.·r,. afnir wr:hi-: Mr WVoods moved. ,anl1 tMr H: .?ende 1, That in the opinion of ; e?ing tu only way to procure railw...

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OUR GERMAN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

OUR GERMIAN COLUMN. Sc ? (From our own Correspondent.) The old Emperor of Germany celebrated iris eichty-sixth birthday on the 23rd March. Congratulatory addresses were received from all parts of Germany. America, and Australia. A grard levee was held by the Emperor, and oe exare.sed himself in ,nswer to the naldrreses from the German Princes and the Diplomatic eorps, that he had reached an age far beyond the common length of human life, and be hoped that the Almighty would not permit that he should overlive himself, but would call him away before age would cripple his mental or physical capacities. In the evening 700 guests were invited to the Imperial table. All the Eebools and univer. Eties throughout Germany, celebrated the annivesary, and appropriate speeches were he d. In Gatechina the Emperor of Russia had invited the whole courtiers and ministers to celebrate Emperor William's Birthday, and 200 guests replied with great enthusiasm to the toast of Alexander III. "Long life an...

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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

GAZETTE. -0 The following gentlemeu have been ap p??oio:d Electoral Registrars and Deputy Elcteral IReistrars for the several Divisions of the Province set opposite to their re. spective names :-Dunmuukle, (registrar,) Rlichard Garland, Murtoa; (deputy) Morgan WatiinslEdward, Lubeck ; (deputy) George fi?'pCa, Rupanyup; (delluty) Charles A. Stratford, Avon Plains ; (deputy) John Thomas Barrow, Kewell; (deputy) George Knet, Minyip; (dleuty) James M'Donald, ILen.-Lowan, (regiotrar) Denis Cahill, Dimloola ; (deputy) James MIPNevii, Lr.awo:t; (deputy) Frank H. Atkinson, Laie Cooroag; (deptuy) Jacob Joseph, Lillimur North.-Wimr.era, (registrar) E. C. ogeres, Horsham; (deputy) John A. Sntcfffe, Warracknabeal; (deputy) John Thomnas Barrow, Kewell. The following application fur a license has been approved :-Lee Ham, Watchegatchecd. The following licenses have been declared cancelled:- Jacob Joseph, Lillimur; J. Fry and Co, Gerang Gerung. The following applications have not been granted:-Hy. ...

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Cannum Sports. (From our own Correspondent.) May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

Cannum .Sports. (FPom our own Correspondent.) Hday 27. The above came off on the Queen's Birth day and were highly successful, the welcome_ rain possibly damped: theE ardoii" oftth' pleasure-seekers,-but it Was liailed -ith great= delight by the farmers. The Secretary and the promoters of the sports worked well, con sequent'y, despite the rain, the racing was good, the entries numerous, and the several races were keenly contested. The following is the result of the several events : DIAIDEN PLATE. D. Anderson...................... 1 S. Lyle .....;.......;.:..:';.; .2 C. Allaridyce..;..:....::.....3.. 3 Twelve started for this race which was well contested from start to finish. STArNDI? LONG JUMP, D. Anderson, 11 feet 2jin. ......... 1 J. Hooe, 10 feet 9in .............. 2 J. Edgar ....................... 3 Eight contested this event, FIRST EVENT FOB cuP.-l00 yards. Winm. Sharp (4 yards) .............I. Wim. Brns ............. .... YG . lK Davidson .............. . 3 Eleven started fo...

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WONWONDAH. May 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

WONWONDAH. (From our own Correspondent.) Maj 26. After a very lengthy silence I again venture to do a little more writing. Since my last on rabbit poisoning or rabbit stock poisoning, I have been so often interviewed by persons who took my remarks home to themselves and threatened me with so many pains and penalties that I have been wonder ing whether it was safe for me to act any. longer as "your own." I fancy that the persons above mentioned are in somewhat the same position as the Scotchman who was called-weel-not a very gentlemanly name, he did not mind the opprobtions epithet,bnt they proved it. So these gentleman did not sn much mind being called to task, they could easily deny it, but the galling part of the affair was that it could be proved by a num her of reliable witnesses. But I fancy they are content to let matters rest; and I will therefore change the subject. f It is almost too late now to commence to talk about the change of weather, but it is "Better late than never...

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

, LOCAL TOPICS. IT is with deep regret that we have to announce the serious illness of Mr:' Tolin Carter, of Carter Bro.. who now lies seriopsly ill at Asche's Union Hotel, Mel. bourne, suffering it is said from a severe attack of pleurisy. Many members of 'Mr. Carter's family are in attendance upon' him, and yesterday Mr. Winm. Carter left Horsham by the mid-day train for'the purpose'sof personally ascerthinig h~dW bisi-brotheb'wre" getting on. Weneed not say, that Mr. J: Carter's illness is a source of, much anxiety' to members of his family, as it will be to the public generally, and that -his- speedy restoration will be hailed with very,.great satisfaction by the large circle of friends fo whom Mr. Carter is so wellt known-and-by whom he is so much respected. - THE members of our Fire Brigade re- turned per train to Horsham last evening from the Melbourne demonstration and com- plained bitterly of the want of attention, the bad management and the inconveniences generally to whic...

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The Fire Brigade Dsmonstration. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

i stration, --- The united Fire Brigades continue their practice on Frlday. The engine practice was resumed, and resulted in the Beechworth bri gade taking the first prize,the Corowa brigade the second, and the Sandhrst No t third, their time being respectively 37 seec.,38 2-10th see. and 39 8.10th sec. The other brigades showed in the following order :-Petersham, 519 sec.; No, 1 Sydney, 59 6-10th see. ; No. ,2 Sydney, 49 2-10th sec.; No. 3 Sydney, missed; No, 4 Sydney, 46 8-10th sec.; Wool labra, 54 sec.; Redfern, 48 3-10sec.; Balmain, 50 4-10th see.; Wagga, disqualified; Long Gully, 45 8.10th sec.; Dunolly, 51 sec.; Sandhurst Temperance,46 6-10th sec.;Stawell, 46 2-10ih see.; St. Kilda, 36 see.; Sandhurst City, 40 sec.; Maryborough, disqualified; Balarat, 45 2-10th sec.; Parramatta, 41 3-10th sec.; Clunes, 52 2-10th sec.; New town, 48 2.10th sec. ; North Sydney, 46 sec.; Paddington, 49 2-10th see. ; Maldon,40 sec.; Coburg, 53 4-10th sec.; Carlton district, dis qualified; Seldier's...

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The Governor of the Geelong Gaol Shot At. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

The Governor of the Gee- long Gaol Shot At   A telegram in Friday's' "Argus" from Geelong states that a daring out- rage took place yesterday afternoon. The following are the facts so far as can be ascertained. A man named Robert Johnson, 48 years of age, ascertained to be an assistant lighthouse-keeper in the employment of the Queensland Govern ment, enjoying a, two months leave of absence, went to the office of Mr. P. B. Dwyer, solicitor, this afternoon, at half   past 3 o'clock and inquired of Mr Dwyer what he would charge for an introduction to his father, the governor of the gaol. Mr Dwyer stated that he did not charge anything for such an introduction, but if he was taken away from his office duties for a time, it meant half-a-sovereign. The money was paid,'and both' parties proceeded'to the gaol. The introduction took place in Mr. Dwyer's parlour, after which Mr Dwyer the solicitor said to Johnson I suppose you do not want me any more. "Johnson repli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 30 May 1882

pA:TINE RSIP, :NOTICE. We beg to NOTIFY that.we h~ve this. day. taken iito:PARTNERSHIP : - :M'R. GEORGE YOUNTG, Of Horshaim, at present; manager .of :the Commercial Bank there. Sfter the 7t:hof Jlf3fJi' Yong i il take' thie active iiranagem'ent of the business which: will be:'ariied on at oiar fice,' 6 Bath-street,' Ballarat. KELLY, I-SOsEL-L ~H I-- 1, & CO., Stock and Station' Agents. rrro?ro;t 23rd M\a, lSS2. ECHA.NICS'.': HO.TEL A? N.D S RESTAURANT : . S 20 A? nD 22 BouRSE STREEc EAST. : . -: (Opposite the Post Office.) ?.." . . . : . .. ., i Soup, Joint and Pastry 6... . :McEALev ALL HORte: . DIN iG-ROOM FOR LADIES UP-STAIRS Wines, Spirit, dAle and Porter of thes BestBirnds. 1 J ' " Boad an dR e?idence, £1 per Week.' oh.':: , PiensT-CLaSS BEDS, .Is. a? e 6d.sPE NORs..... Baths.. Nisbt Porter. Pleaso Note the Address. bA. DE FREITASProprietor: ' FOR:-THE BLOOD. IS -THE IUFE'. : Clarce's World Famed THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER & RESTORER. OR cleansing and clering the ...

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Romance in Real Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

Romance in Real Life. - The "Courier" says :--Novelists are cedited.with evolving from their inner. consciousness extraordinary incidents in the lives of the characters of theirblooks -incidents that are believed to be im possible ones. Sometimes they picture a man faithful to his first vows of fidelity and affecti3n, and'iiatiy people who read such scoff at it as ton absurd for credence. Man is generally con sidered to be a creature of ephemeral passions. And perhaps .justly so too. but there are. brilliant exceptions to this generality. An -exceptional in stance is the case of a certain Welsh mai 'wbo:was for some years residentiri: Ballarat, and here realised a competency: Nearly half a century ago in 'Wales, -he then a collier, and another, an o?eF seer, in the same colliery,. became'.eni amoured of one young woman living-in their-neighborhood. They both sought. her hand, and she bestowed it upon the one that was the better off -the over-, seer-mifch to'the sorrow of th?.otherh....

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A Maori Embassy to the Queen. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

A Maori Embassy to the Queen. -o- Concerning the Maori embassy, which has just: left Melbourne on its way from New Zealatid to London, the "Auckland Herald" writes :-Sydney Taiwhange, accompanied by Hare Hika and iTakena Parore, proceeded by the Albion fodrAustralia, and thence from 3Melbun,-: t. b- 'tb- s.s. Cotoliaxi for England, in o:der to lay the -petition, in relation to Maori grievances and' alleged breaches of the treaty =of Waitanga before Her Majesty the Queen. flare Hongi Hika is the son of the famous Hongi of early New Zealand history, and Hakena Parore is a grandson of the old chief Parore, who has furnished the money necessary to defray expenses of the expedition; viz, £300. The petition is signed by Parote TeAwwha; Maihi Parone Kawiti, Kingi -Hori Kira,- Mangooni Rewa, WireuiuiPahiffTe Hihi, and the three members of the deputation above named. The party took with them as presents for the Queen two greenstone meres, two whaleboat meres, and three mats. One of the mats ...

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A Ten Mile Waltzer [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

-0-- At a publidlis 161r11e p P " fessor LI I aId??.g?is known tid t,'of tl tat aa c iS plished ecehtly the tae of waltzing ten miles without a moment's rest, without once breaking step. Leo had some months previously accomplished on a wager a waltz of five miles in Aftyminiteis,;and -he endeavoure?d to get up a competition between himself and other dancers, but without sucess. He then proposed that-he-would' watz ten miles iihthiree houii. Iet did- he feat, and had fifteen minutes to spare., The waltzing took place "inJournal Hall, with County Treasurer Geo. H. No:thirun and Geo Spencer as judges: There r oe two orihesnas, and several hundred spectators present. A.course_ was marked off requiring twenty-seven lap,]tothe, mile.' At. a: quarter past nine the waltzing began, Professor Leo moving offiwithe a_ ladjy a rtner, and. from th?s ut midnight, exactly, the music and dancing continuedince~santly t Whenever one orchestra lost thair breath, the other took up; the strain, and as on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

P RINTERS -Turnover wanted, office of . this journal. S ANTED,? Respectable girl to mind VV Child and general usefuL-Apply Mrs. R. Moon, Andrew-street. W TANTED Shepherds and Assistants, - V V: :for Lambing, with and without dogs. Apply at once. Permanency for good men. -Frank H. Atkinson, Lake Coreng. W ANTED KNOWN, that Mrs E. Jones, corner of Fegar and Kosford-streets, cleans gentlemen's Black Cloth Clothes and Felt Hats ; also, Ladies Black Jackets and Mantles. Orders left with J. Pomeroy, opposite the railway station, will be attended to., WANTED KNOWN.-That YOUNG & SON, Painters, Paperhangers, &c., having taken the premises lately occupied by T. McNeil, Firebrace-street (next door to Withers' Fruit Market), are prepared to exe cute Painting in all its branches al the shortest notice. Experienced tradesmen sent to all parts of the district. FOOUR-ROOMED Cottage To.Lt.-Apply T. YOUNG. r10 LET~-Fellmongery Cottage, with or 1 without paddocks. R. H.` Andrews. To Le...

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RUSSIA AND THE NIHILISTS. London, April 21st. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

RUSSIA AND THE NIHILITSTS. London, April 21st. Preparations are being made for the coronation of the Czar. Coincident with them come various alarming rumours, all indicating a revival of activity amongst the Nihilists. The Czar is said to have found a letter from one of their committees upon his writing-table, --stating- that - unless he instituted reforms upon his coronation he would be killed. UJnder the present system of repression it is dificult to ascertain the exact facts. There ap pears no reason to doubt, however, that a gigantic plot has been discovered in Moscow. It isstated that 80 workmen employed in the cathedral have been arrested. A mine is said to have been discovered under the building. The Metropolitan in consequence refused to perform certain ceremonies used at Easter. The police also prohibited though wherefore is not so clear-the Easter performances in the popular theai:es. Since then the prefect of police is alleged to have received as an anonymous present a ba...

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

MiETEORULOGICAL NOTES. TEOMPERIlATuw. W : EDNESDAY. -THURSDAY. HIGHEST LOWEST HIOGHEST LOWES In the shade 6G0 42 . mo65 - 42 In t'e sun 70 80- - Exposed at Night34 - 36 - RainfLll, total Probable weather.-Fair or Slight Showers. Registered by E. Miller.

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