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EXECUTION OF LAMSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
EXECUTION OF LAMSON. DiriGTIH. Lanmoii, lvo:as fifoind guilty of having murdered his brother in-law, Percy John, confessed to the crime. ":ie 1' ? execiiited ''n 28th April. Lamson's solicitor paid his final visit to the condemned man at Wands worth Prison the previous afternoon. He found Lamson perfectly cool and collected. He wa~lbtusily engaged with a number of papers wiich le had before him writing letters to his friends and jotting down memoranda as they oc curred to him of his wishes in regard to the disposal of ]is effects, &c. He con showing no reticence while referring to his impending doom, and he gave minute instriidtidiihrttahMr. Mills as to a number of debts owing to him which he desired t have collected. During the m Eingth cap-_ai of the prison, the Rev W.si. IuGilbe t, ?'., saw the convict, and talked long and earnestly with him on his approaching execution. Lamson maintained a re spectful and attentive demeanour thsughot at rvthe w, apd.subse 5qonttIt hth ap...
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, JUNE 6TH 1882. The Police Force Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
-o PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, JUNE 6TH 1882. The.Policc Fporol _.andid tels. IT will be in the recollection of our readers that very recently the Govern ment invited, under certain conditions, applications (from candidates desirous of entering into the police force, and as no number was definitely specified it was very natural that the responses to the invitation should have been unprece denSi aar NowwhelUrh re were. liut few wanted, and l w the in ten tion of the authorities to select only the very best of the various applicants, we know not, but we must confess from the number of applications the chosen are few indeed, so much so, in fact, that we think the paucity of the selection is likely to cause a great amount of sur prise. It has itherto been aq ccepted !fact } e div r ?' - pare, from their physical, organization and stamina, eminentl~y' ualifiea for such dduties as would be required of them in a force like that of the police. It must be admitted that inain...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
I ARTNE RS IIP NO TICE ' T.We'eg. t;ro OTIFYithat wd havdethis day takeintd PARTNERSHIPI .:I? I.: Of "Horaham; at present manager of the Commer~ialtBank tphere. : "'. .! -Ath -th -othfe Jlly- r.-Young-wiIl-takee 1'th t ie iMnagement of the bdsifess which i b caiid on:at 6ur ofi ce;6 Bath street,1 Ballaratb.. KELLY, LASCELLES, AUSTIN, '0: , Stckaii Stiation' Ajents? ':-. l::: i. IPORTANT ". . "I ... . . . ::-+ , ,, . 11W .:- , PU.BLI . ,;V;:J Y; "EOQR H TVIES" U .?'SIS' "t I ....' OLDEST EST.tRLf :H?Hýt PAPEI IN THE ,r': ' :AST 'I)1M Tt.A ýciEP T t' t CONDUCTED WITHI:SUU2 ENTERPRISE AND AOlILIT " That t'askept ft;y a.sil:s. with i'he Progress of thr' Dis'iet. t Its Powerful Adv'osecy',f tim .just.iciins of all classess of the cu!ronunity has beehi coastantly acknowsledged, ?hud- its 'Polifical Miodidtioii:has justly .earned fo itra:1.1 t WIDESPR$AJf POPULXRIITY. The amount of reading matteris both Great and Varied, rendering its i~ interesting to .xesidents -in ti most distaut parts ...
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
Or'§ Satuirday evening a serious acoideit happened'to a younriman' named Robert Hatfield, aged 28 -years of age, which terminated fatally on Sunday evening.:-It appears that the deceased was in the employ of Messrs. Broadbent Bros., the riailway carriers, and that on Saturday evening, when he was engaged in taking off the harness from one of the borsei' in the-stable, after his week's work; that -the animal crushed him against thfwall'of the stable and the manger, and inflicted such serious internal injuries thatino hopes were entertained of his recovey from the first. Dr. Davidson was speedily n attendance and :applied the necesdry ;treatment, but the deceased gradually'-succambed and died about sefen o'clock on >Suiday evening. Hatfield had been in the employ of the. firm for about seven years, and- was well known and re epected in Horsham.. Hte.is said to;have bsen a native of':Geelong, and' has,.relatives and friends resident, at Italian Golly, near Smythesdale. The horse-by"...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURE, MONDAY. In the Supreme Court to-day the hearing of the action of the Union Steamship Com pany of New Zealand, agaiust the Melbourne lfarbour Trust was commenced, whereby the plaintiffs seek to recover £10,000 for the in jury sustained by the steamer Rotorua in crtober last. John VWtilson, the celebrated circus pro pri.etr, was proceeded against at the Dis trict Con:t by the Inspector of stock for a bveaeh of the stock regulations. The offence Se::sited in landing some horses from the steo er LLnra without their being ex mulined by the Inspector. The defendant ex o!ainedl that he had sent word to the insopetor that he was bringing horses by the KiiOuOw.ruan, bu: oaing to a mistake in the Jim: of sailing he had to send them by the Lauro and had not time to send the In sp.ctor word of the chance. Under these circtnrstanccs the defendant was only lfb.d in a nominal penalty. 1Le rel-ot te'egraphed to Melbo...
A Marine Disaster Averted. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
A Marine- Disaster-Averted: 0-o-- :The Mistley Hall, a magnificent ship of 1800 tons,whvlich airrived last evening from London,very, narrowly escaped .be ing lowni up by gunpowder,the disaster only being averted by the strenuous ex ertions of Cap ih Kilvert, ably assisted byvhis officeis and crerw.- On leaving London she had amongst other:' c:rgo iiiidi cases of acids stowed on deck 'bd fore the mnain hatchway and in the hold in the:Rsqunai of the hatch there were about twenty-two tons of gunpowvder. During the night of the 9th of March, the- position of the ship being then 4 north and 24 iveti-the cheminicals burnt into flames, which rose to fully 7 feet high. Captain Kilvert, wiith his oflicers and crew, inimediately'set to work, and succeeded in throwing overboard the cases. After accomplishing that it was discovered that the main hat:h tarpaulin hia?~l een?isnited, and on stripping it off it was discovered that portions of the fire had descended:through the hatches, anid 'was "i...
A Peculiar Charge of Perjury. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
A Peculiar- Charge' of: ' A minhig agetiit named John Murray, carrying on business inMelbonrne,-was chaiged iat'the City Coiirton Tuesday with iiilfull id; corruiipt perjury. The case is.surrounded ,with. circumstances 'bf' a most peculiar nature-, It -is allegdd that in.,July, 1879;~': ac ip?aiiy called. the 'Old Welshinab~'s. Reef Gold-mining Company.(No-Liability), was.formed At Sandy Creek; ner Ialdonind under, the rule of LWillian>tIitchell as legal manager, the -affairs went on in iobishing': condition ford isoiim time. Dil'ensidtis aro?"ebe teendtheleg l"ad mining managers ,which ultimately re .sulted!in disturbances between the shareholders-and-directors,-culminatieg in Ibogpipitracted lawsuiitis ddie l Ml bouriie'City Court ,the ;Warden's Court at Maldon, tie .;Coou rt.. of ;Mines, ;ut Castlemaine, and:finallytat the. ~?uity Court, Melbourne..: -Inthte-meautine Miti~ill'= sas suspended by the persons '`liiiinig to be directors, the office of the copmpany was- re oied,. a...
The Land Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
The Land Bill. On Wednesday last, in the Assembly, the .hlon;' the Minister; of. Lands, in movitg'th~e' second reading of the abov" Bill, gave tlih followingi outline of iti .marn provisionswiich "we republiidor.; ,::?the inforulation of ouir, many leaders '? whoi are interestednili.ithe matter: Mxi, W r.addip moeedi the second 'reading ofi theXandAc' Cioeinueatina; abd'A9ie'idtenteBll.t : B "lIndoing so he said hi had h'id plans randreturns pre :rand plositionof4the : -land now in the liftilds?'6f the a Crow i?.The bill, lit might be remarked, wad idehtical with -::ý'he retnrns were,,i nrestilng as thhy elshkedb :lioew!LVi?toriat stoodo mn-coen ,iln ~it h the 'ther coldniosifdr srea ppl n Vihtoiiali id'6ft- ix millioac g.2s a fr t, of wipcli it.lpe rq mi?fillihonaores wete alienated prior!to t oIst 04f "I edetilier,' 1881: .Of the e, .sQ 8op0,i Ac'rre 'tr ie aliereated tnder-te , and Act of lirO0,'l ilncltk wai tfo c one-year and eightmonthas; %,46,0 0 atder stiL?iid Abt48862, whic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
THOMAS YOU0G AUCTIONEEER. Stook, Station, Land, Finai oe-.;an Commission Ageni4 WILSON STREET. HORff, 3 ADVANCES made on Leaseh ld or Free hold Country Lands. Advances made en Town Properties Advances mane on Wool for sale either in the colony or in London. ?calt__sl aehinen and4mplement by the best Melbourne and Ballarat Makers, sappi 'q .- r ei r-the4LAads- nn4,-adother Fire and Life Insurances effected in the best com? c?? i c ted in Sales of She c t clon. " tk -4 nre and I" a uar The Vic oria Fire. a? .?t ,?:ott "o u 7, The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand.(O?, - ,.hti.jf" Sal'arst Permanent Bulihing, and Invest. ment Society. Va?uner for the allarat.Bansn Co., Limited. The Australian liDftal ,Provident Life As aORSHAM SALE YARDS. SATURDAY ?. UNE o0T, 1882. Horses, Cattle, Sheep, etc.. 0HOM3ASYOUNG will off0 on the above Cattle Horses ....- ... ,', , ,'- j On account'of : 1:M?Piee Vectir, Pair of Chesnut TPoi?e.. On secount of . Odkiins;of lochie 1000 large framed mer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
WILLIAM ADAMBSQN & _0 PRODUCE BROKERS,,-_: 29 Little Collins-st. West, and M'Killop-st., MELBOURNE. - ECEIVE consignments of Wheat, Oats, .U Barley, Peas, Grass Seeds, dec., for Sale onlCommission. " They also hold Auction Sales .f; DAIRY PRODUCE Every WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY through out the year, and, as each lot is competed for by the principal buyers of all grades, TOP IIARKET ?ATES are always ensured. A tSALE OF.. PIGS and CALVES'' Is held every THURSDAY at the Corporation Pig Market. Advances made, if required, immediately mn receipt of produce up to ninety.per. cent; Aceart Sales furnishled'P i el?i . CORNSACXS & BUTTER CASKS SUPPLIED. To the Farmers, of the:'' Winnlllera. R. R.I;:CLARK. of the Union.: Mi . Mills, Horsham, begs to inform: the Farmers of the 'Wimmera District thai he has NEVER made any Charge. for Storage, and that he still continues ths practice of STORING FREE. ''-. ' CHARLES M'GEORGE .. TAILOR (From Melbourne,)-= NAulli 8ecundus, Fireerace-stree...
NEWS BY THE LIGURIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
NEWS BY THE.' LIGUI?I".1 -o By the Liguria we have our London correspondence and files to the 28th April. THE WEEKS EWS. London; April 28.-; RIOTING'; IN GREAT BRITAIN. Rarely in a season of fair industrial prosperity has the country experienced s~ many serious popular disturbanzes as during the past two or three weeks. We have had riots in Cornwall riots in Wales, and riots in Syke; and it is an indubitable fact that the great Irish re volt is, more or less; responsible for these nminor outbreaks of disaffection. At Camborne,in Cornwall, a deadly feud has broken out between the Cornishmen and. the Irish Immigrants,. who have swarmed into the district; and for a fortnight past a precarious peace has only been maintained by the enrolment of 200 special constables, and latterly by the presence of a detachment of 300 infantry from Devenport. The assis tance of the military had become neces sary, as on several occasions the police proved themselves quite inadequate to control and resist...
Another Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
An otherw-Railw yrAccident; -0 An accident happened to the Sand ridge passenger train at half-past eleven o'clok-g oh Wedrieiday Zevening. lAs th'' ,tr~in, was) leaving tlie Flinders street station the. two last carriages ran off the line, but fortunately no serious consequences, ensued. Bothi.carrisages :werewell'filled with. passengers, none of.hliom were hurt. - The engine was stopped.. almost immediately and a serious catastrophe avoided. It it not 'kno vn what caused the two carriages to run:off the line. lThe traffic on both the St.Kilda and Sandridge line was delayed for several hours by the accident. Not much damage was done.to the car riages; but had the acciden't happened a short distance further-on,. while - the train was passing over the Falls bridge, the .terrible cansieuences that. would have ensued eta be imagined.-"Age's
HOME EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
HOME EVENTS. ." Weddings, deaths, ando funerals have strangely mingled in the annals oftho past week. Yesterday, Windsor was the scene of unwonted pageantries and festivities, on the occasion of the mar riage of the Duke of Albany and Princess Helen of Waldeck. 'For several days previous to the nuptial ceremony, kings, queens, granddukes and duchesses, princes and princesses, and otherillustrious foreigners,had been flockinmg .t oato th Royalburgh,. mostjof whom were accommodated at the castle; while on the morning of the ceremony the trains were crowded with statesmen, ambassadors, diplomatists, members of Parliament, and other distinguished personages, who were either bid den to the marriage festivities, or lho were anxious to be spectators of an event in which the nation takes an affectionate interest. The bridal pro cessions were picturesquely effective; the costumes were richly varied and beautiful ; the series of wedding marches Here by the great masters, the last having been ...