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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

ARRIVAAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. By the R.M.S.- Peahawar, which arrived in Hobson's Bay on Tuesday morning, we have our London files to the 21st April.

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Visit to the Antwerp Mallee Oil Distilling Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

Visit to the Antwerp Mallee Oil'Distilling Works. The following interesting account of a visit to the Antwerp Oil Distilling Works.is given from -the-'"Dimboola Banner": -A ' This 24th of May, the natal day of our most gracious Queen, " may she long:reign o'er us;"'is a-dayrto ,'be.re membered in the annals of the Dim boola district. The, first Church of England bazaar "at" Dimboola was opened on that day, also the work was started it. thi ,dihtilIyfotr?~tori cting oils, &c., from the mallee leaves at Antwerp. The latter event I wish, with your permission, to describe, as it is the opening of an important and new uadijditry,# and i_?hic l may Tltinfeljy be productive of great benefit to this district. Mr. J. Bosisto, M.P., of Richmond, is the gentleman who has undertaken the experiment of proving that the mallee can be put to some use ;from his previous success in making use of the eucalyptus, from which he extracts oils and other useful product, which are now becoming of gr...

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 2ND 1882. The Financial Statement. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

-o PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 2ND 1882. The Financial Statement. THE'-iiuoyiit state of the fina?ces as disclosed by the Treasurer in the Legis lative Assembly on Tuesday night must be a subjectof very general congratula tion tc the country at large. Without be ing at all anxiousto arrive at any definite conclusion to what the change from an oft repeated deficit to a surplus balance may be attributed to, we think we may safely assert it shows a prosperous state :of things upon the whole, and that in this respect the -lines have fallen to the Ministry in pleasant places. We :have been so long accustomed to the expendittire 'exceeding the' actual re ceipts, and to new" schemes for raising additional taxation- being resorted to to meet fie ever recurring decfiency,that lit is quite refresliing rtohleir, not only that there will be no' necessity-for any .thing of the kind, but there are to be large reimissions 6n soie of the articleis which hitherto have had to con...

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AUSTRALIA v. CAMBRIDGE. UNIVERSITY. SECOND DAY. London May 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

AUSTRALIA V. CAMBRIDGE. UNIVERSITY. SECOND DAY. S London May 30. The match between the Australian Eleven .and -Eleven----of - Cambridge University was contfinued at Cambridge to-day in the presence of an enormous number of spectators. The weather was again very fine. The following is the score: AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. SECONPD Th"fSiOS. Bannerman, canght................ 24 Mlassie, caught...::;:. ............. 20 Murdoch, bowled....................... 18 Horan. bowled ........................ 51 M'Donnell, bowled .................... '4 Giffen, not out ....................... 55 Jones, I b w...... ...... ...... 1 Palmer, not out......................... 26 Sundries................................ 13 ,'r Six wickets for .:. .; ..j. 212

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

LOCAL TOPICS. AT the police court on Tuesday, before Mr S. B. Bolton, J.P., David White was charged by Constable Mooney with being drunk and disorderly, and was fined 5s with the alter native of 4S hours imprisonment. The same defendant was also charged with having made use of obscene language and was fined 40s or seven days imprisonment, cumulative upon his former sentence. John Smith was also charged with having been drunk and disorderly, and was fined 5s or three days imprisonment. The fines were notpaid. NumnEsa of young men are leaving for New South Wales, says a correspondent in the north, and scores of others are talking of following in their footsteps. Their conten. tion is that 320 aares is too small' a holding for a man to live on, and they are of opinion that the party feeling existing amongst our statesmen will for years to come act as-a prohibition to the prosperity of settlement. [If the above should be authentic, and we see no reason to doubt it, it only shows the urg...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIA V. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSAL. BRILLIANT BATTING OF THE BROTHERS STUDD. FIRST DAY. London, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. (PROM THE DAhT PAPERS.) AUSTRALIA V. CAMBRIDGE T71IVERSAL BRILLIANT BATTING OF THE BROTHERS STUDD. FIRST DAY. London, May 29. The Australian cricketers commenced their fifth match to-day against Eleven of Cambridge University at Cambridge. The weather was very fine during the day, but the heat was extreme. The match attracted an immense number of spectators, and the ground was crowded in all parts.. The, interesttaken by.the public-'in' the i'satches'=plyed by-the team has largely increased, owing to their brilliant performances. On-going into the field th.Afua-. tralians s .et with a very cordia-recep tion, being loudly cheered by those pre sent. The Australians having won the toss, elected to go in, Massie and Bannerman being the first representatives.; They commenced by making an: excellent stand, and 60 runs had been put together before they_.were separated. Massie played well and freely, and ap peared to be well set when he was caughtfor 37. Mt...

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COVE. May 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

COVE.: (From our own Correspondent.) May 27. Since my lust the weather has Been 'ery ansettled, at times showing every indication of a good downpour of rain and then passing off with a few alight showers. On- Tuesday, however, we had quite sufficient to start tMe wheat which has been recently sewn. Seed sowing has advanced but slowly owing to the scarcity of rain and the hardness of the: land in consequence. - A large number of horses here are. suffer ing from strangles; and pluero-pneumonia has broken out amongst the cattle,, some one or two having died therefrom. We are in hopes of soon having a resident medical man in Lillimur, the committee ap pointed for the purpose of securing the services of one having received four appli cations. On the Queen's birthday a football match was played between a team from Border Town and the "locals." It was evident, however, .se soon as the play commenced that the visitore had had the most practice, and so the result proved, seeing that they sec...

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THE CRICKETING SCANDAL. London, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

'ZE CRICKETING SCANDAL. London, May 30. The committee of the Marylebone ýh ket Club are investigating the 'age of collusion preferred against "' lin members of Shaw's team of pro t ?:onal cricketers during their recent hrin Austraia Ulyett one -of ?t? abera of the`.team; •eenTei - tdjiated tbe scandal.

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

TEOA.S YOUIrG AUEII?loER. .. took, station, Lad, Finanoe, and iOommission Agent, WILSON STREET. HORHAi / ADVAECES made on Leasebhid or Free Sbhold Country Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in the colony or in London. -Agrieultural lachinery- and -Implements by the best Melbourne and Ballarat Makers, mapplie&promptly, aid on LzRAu. Taus.' Every' description"cf ,usine~s connected withthe Lands, and :other..?overnmenta Departments condnctedpromptly, efficieptly, and economically. Fire and Life Insurances effected in the best companies. Sales of Property or Stock conducted in any part of the colony. AnsET FOR Fisken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennya Lascellaa and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. SaPCarat Permanent Building and Invest. meat Society. Valner for the Ballarat Banking Co., Limited. The Australian Mutual ...

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

WILLIAM ADAMSON & ao PRODUCE BROKERS; 29Little Collins-st. West, and lIKillop-st., MELBOURNE. I)ECEIVE consignments of Wheat, Oats, l Barley, Peas, Grass Seeds, &c., for Sale ono;Commission. They also hold Auction Sales of DAIRY PRODU.CE Every WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY through out the year, and, as each lot is competea for by the principal buyers of all grades, TOP 11ARKET RBATES are always ensured. A SALE OF PIGS and CAL?ES Is held every THURSDAY at the Corporation Pig Market. Advances made, if required, immediately on receiut of produce up to ninety per cent. of the nmarket value. Account Sales furnished promptly. COENSACKS & BUTTER -c SKS S UPPLIED. To the Farmers of the Wlimmera. M R.; R.I;:CLARK. of the Union iP~lills, Horsham, begs to inform the Farmers of the Wimmera Dietrict thathe has IEE«R made any Charge for Storage, and that he still continues ths practice of STORING FREE. CHARLES A?'GEORGE TAILOR (From Melbourne,) Nulli Secundus, Firebrace-street, (Ne...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. May 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

M]ELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. May 30. Messrs. T. R. FORD AND CO. report : Wheia vry stiff, holders holding back for better prices. We now quote for .prime milling 7a 'off, samples 6s ,9Id pper bushel. Flour, town millers in trade lots £14 15s to £15 ; country brands £14 5s to £14 1Os per ton. Barley prime malting 6s 4d, Cape 5e, and feed 4s 10a per bushel. Oats-We quote for prime milling 4s 4d, prime feed, 4e Id to 4s 2d; medium to good. 3s 11id to 4s }d; and inferior to medium, 31 lOd to 3s lid per bushel. Peas 4s 9Id per bushel, white do.; 4s 10d per bushel, blue do., 4s lid per bushel. Bran 1s 7d, and pollard ls 7d per bushel.

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

U'Commercial. HOBSHAM WHEAT MARK?~. Times office,Thursday'Evening., Wheat ;was not q?.ted higherthan s 4? per bushel to-day,end at that fgre the business was merely nominal BALPJ'lAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. May 31. fEssEs HEPIEURN AND RowE report : The stock yarded iwere-403 cattle, 57 calves, 9541 sheep. Fat Cattle.-A moderate supply came to hand, quality ranging from medium to prime, beat being a draft from the exeeutors of the late Hon. Neil Black, Mount Noorat, which were much admired for weight, breeding, and quality, the bullocks realising the bighest averages of the season. There was a fair attendance of buyers, and best pens realised a slight advance on late rates, whilst other descriptions ruled a little easier. Quotations-Best pens of bullocks, £12 to £12 7s; good, £9 10 to £11 10; medium, £8 to £9. Cows at proportionate rates. Fat Calves-A full supply came to hand, but prime quality sold well. Fat Sheep-Of the above supply about two thirds were adapted for trade requirements; ...

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THE TURKISH IRONCLADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

THE TURKISH IRONCLADS. In consequence of the piesent crisis Egpt, and the demands made by England and France upon the Porte, tbo Turkish ironclads are now coaling, ad being got ready for sea.

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

.A .GRAN ..: Will ibeheld in COFFEY'S LARGE STOR?i BOOM,~ . -ewell Township;.on * Friday Evening, June- 2nd, In aid of the !' HOR`S;HAM MHO'SP:ITA'L In addition ;to the -local talent,o assistaice is expected from MIiss O'Callaghonz and: also Mr. and Miss White, of Horshani... . Coinert' to conmene? t $.70 punctually.' Alter the Concert a BALL will takeplace in aid of the same object . .. Trcars T o Co 'c"o e 2C s wisAvr, OCemobRE "HAHAL-PRICEc I.' BALL TICKErs TO ADMIT -LADY AND. GENmziEAN oI EACH,iLCWLUDisG J.' T..BAUROW,; dHon. Sec. ' Ii{ EC MH-NICSL IIHOTEL,?ANID T RESTAURANT ,,,, 20 A?.,D 22 BOUBWN STRErr?EAsr. (Opposite the Post Office.) Soup, Joint and Pastry 6d. Sesas £ ALL.Hoe.'-.. .. DIne G .B AoOFOn oADIES UPSTAeS: Wines, Spirits, Ale?nd ortr, of the .Best"Ba?ds, . Beard ai' RestdeiieQe,'l" etWeek. Ti nrc-Cjats SEis, is. A is e6d, rsa'Noirr;. Baths. Night Porter. Plees Neote thes Address. '. . '- - A:-;-E'FREITAS Projrietor: AUSTRALIAN do. . KRUSE'S SRUSES'S: I N SE COT'GC...

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ARABI PASHA SUMMONED ON STAMBOUL. Constantinople, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

ARABI PASHA SBUMMONED ON STAMBOUL. Constantinople, May 30. The Earl of Dufibrin and the Marquis de Noailles, the British and French Ambassadors, have presented a joint note to the Sultan on behalf of their "elsective Governments, in which His lajet is requested to summon to Stamboul, Arabi Pasha and the other officers concernrd with him in the prement movement in Egypt. No reply has yet been received to tL's demand,

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. -o (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, TaURSDAY. Messrs. Lobb and M1'Gregor, candidates for the vncancy in East Bourke, in the As sembly, have agreed to withdraw in favour of lRobert Harper, so v" not to split the Constitutional vAte. The action of Steere, stonemason, against the Western Steam Navigation Company, in the Supreme Court, for recovery of a thousand rounds damages for injuries received during the collision between the steamer& Nelson asd Julia Percy, wre concluded to-day, the jury returning a verdict for the full amount c!';nmd. MiDxmGnr. The Bent enquiry commnittee concluded taking eviuidnc to-day. It goes to show that 1Mr. Bent :knec nothiing whatever about the contractors getting gravel for the Brighton and Elstenwiek line from his wife's paddock until some time after the agreement between the contractors and T'homna, Mrs. Bent's agent. When he did discover it he did all he could to break off the contract, but th...

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THE CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

THE CRICKCET IMATCH. The match between the Australians and -Cambridge, was continued and concluded to. day, thie wecather was brilabntly fine, and the a ttendance very large. The greatest interest -ras taken in the contest untnil the winning nit was made, Australians 212 runs for six wickets. They went again to the wickets, but neither Giffen nor Palmer, however, addec largely to the eeore of yesterday, Giffen being caught for 59, the innings closing for 291. J. Studd and G. Studd made a great stand before they were separated, the former bowled for 66, the latter caught for 48, the requisite number made with the loss of four wickets, Cambridge winning by six wickets.

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EMBARKATION OF TURKISH TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

EMIBARKATION OF TURKISH TROOPS. A fleet of Turkish transports, having an board 10,000 Turkish Soldieas, is at anchor at ,h:osd:, awaiting instructions to proceed to Egypt.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. PETITION TO DEPOSE THE KHEDIVE. TURKISH TROOPS EMBARKED. London, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (FReM THE DAILY PAPERS.) PETITION TO DEPOSE THE KHEDIVE. TURKISH TROOPS EMBARKED. London, May 30. Arabi Pasha, the Minister of War, is compelling the most influential people in the conuntry to s;gn a petition pray ing the Sultan of Turkey, as Suzerain of Egypt, to depose the Khedive, Tewfik Pasha.

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 2 June 1882

PARLIAMENTARY. In the Legislative Assembly on Tues .Ic.mwasnot;until eight o'clock that the way was cleared for the fluancial statement, and Sir Bryan q'Loghlen performed his task in an hour and forty midinutes The questioning interruptions he was subjected to, more particularly by.Sir-John O'Shanassy, Mr. Mirams, aniid Mri? Laurens, fully accounted for his taking somewhat longer time than he anticipated. At one period the Chairman interposed with the request that members in want of special in formation would reserve their inquiries until the-Treasurer had" finished; and the hint' was partially acted on, Mlr. Miratius and Mr. Laurens becoming comparatively silent, and leaving the hon. memhber"for Belfast to carry on the catechising alone. Notwithstanding difficilties of this kind,which might have happened to a less experienced speaker, Sir- Bryan O'Loghlen pursued the even tenor of his way, and submitted a clear and intelligible statement to the codimittee. His budget was divided in...

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