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THE HATTON-GARDEN POST-OFFICE ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
THE .HATTON-GA.RDEN ; POST. .. . OFFIOCE-ROBiERY----- The three men who were arrested last week in Berlin, just before stepping. into the train for St. Petersburg, and; who are believed .to have Jbien con cerned in ;the ;:Hatton-garden;! jews? robbery, have been undergoing examin ation' before the Criminal Court at Berlin. An'embargo has been laid upon the property found in the p'osse"ion of the prisoners. They have: protested strongly against having their. portraits taken, and are in great dread of inquir ing friends turning up frome Englandi The pitTre of these: men is likely to' involvetheir. being tried for a German ai';ell 'as an English offence. The police believe that two of the men are the&lt; thieves who one day last week audaciously snatched bank notes to the value of 20,000 marks from the money. messenger of the Discount Company despatched to the Imperial Bank to draw a large sum. Thinking that the robbers would seek to leave Berlin the same evening, the police pl...
Attempted Suicide [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
, Attempted Suicide A sad case of attempted suicide took plce on Wednesday.ý A__!n employe of Messrs.,Gordon and Gotch, publishers, Collins street west, named James. Wat-. son, aged 5(0years,:presentod himself sIt Mr, Bang's chemist shop in Bourke' street,yesterday morning and. :isked to be s'upplied with some laudanum. The chemist, khowing that Mr. Watson had been suffering n from, asthma for someL ptimepast, furnished him with tho re quired quantity, but upon subsequent consideration Mr. BRng's suspicions were aroused by his customer's peculiar ly nervous manner, and he proceeded to the detective. office -arid reported the matterf 'Acting" in accordance with. the advice he then received he, in com pany with'Detective Ward, proceeded tof ichinoud,- here Mr. Watson was found at his residencesuffering from the effects of the narcotic, of which he had ýtake 'foGtr doses. .The would-be suicide was at oice removed to the Melbourne Hospital, where the usual means were successfully- .appl...
The Ballarat Cattle-Yard Paved with Gold. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
The Ballarat Cattle-Yard 'P" P d~with Glold , 0 - It'has often been said of Ballarat that its streets are paged with gold, but now it appears that this saying equally ap plies to .the cattle-yard at 'present being re-constructed in Ballarat. Some of the woikmen -it et"resent employed thetral're making excellent wsages by,- in' •their spar?: tihe, 'sesiching for gold specmens,: among: the old: quartz withf hioh the yards are paved. The ston Wn f u6ttoo ip was taken, from the (Ol lixended Cnmpany about twenty, yearst aoand ,laid'down in the yards and-itS is 'estimated that there must' be sonim lhousan'is'of loads of it:' During" the. lteations,;a considerable. quantity ,pf is "'gold paving" had to be removed.' nod-mne -man -picked ou tw:enty-one shilnliigsworth of gold one morning' befdre starting work, while two others,; besides theirordinary wages received. £11 in.one week for,gold. These are only. two instances .out of the --many that might be :mentioned. The. contractor wanted to ...
Meeting at Vectis East. THE WATER SCHEME. June 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
Meeting at Vectis East. TaHE WATER SCHEME. (From our esn Correspondent,) June 3. A large meeting of the ratepayers of Quantong andVectes Easavas lield on Fridayj last at the latter place for the purpose of arriving at some decioidi'zii i ee'rence to the propoed' ii r saheme,and to protest ag inst the-North-RBiding water loan.- Mr. Sanders widi ofed)tobithei chairi and.explainesdthe business of th ineetingD He said it vaa very unfair to - have. debt placed upon the sliouldel'of tlhe rattepayers who would derive no benefit therefroem.~Thosa.who wanted water by goinug ptle tro blcof si king dams ,r wells could haiVtg safticeieit eBdply. s:MrodllsSinislaT sdad ..thodae) 3Ovhd- aid) timbered land did?anot::wsdt a loan from thq,Goyernment fSt, have. it grubbed, and, at1 the sameime, irpct the peo le on the plains, where not a 'tree was Ito eFc ene for miles, to pay for ?t., : 'I appoited, consestinge of ;ssrs W. Sanders, S'o:enigi',J;?J8jich' n d:-?l?, -?tt. ? afi ;i '?Ft noon the W\itrie...
Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY, JUNE 2TH, 1882. (Before Mr. F. L. Smyth, P.M., and Mr. S. B. Bolton, J.P.) DEBT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
.Horsliami PolioCeCourlf.: tois- ,to7'I 2ATIH 'i.QI .. P. ~9 FR1at9AxY,.?3US 2Tra1882. j ý (Before Mr. P. L. Smyth, P.M., and Mra.s, fI .:Z% I;t A. B B1dtonId.P )l P1'?~b : I .?,o i o' deaoJ , U o-de .' i ,6oi 5d :,Tr a Brown as harT Bradbry. v ,',Troy Knight:. Aenmmon-;for the recoverygf 18s fortwo-ieer tape' "Nrr.sliera-fr the conm plainants, and ;r.,Ireland for the defendant, 14e had been paid ~jto'ndtrt writh 2e 6d !costs. "*.i--UtOY ,lU?O?.' The cnmplainant,(q. Bradbury)t ted that one reaion why thelcharge was so high owing to. the fact ?ha .? firm had to aend to Ballisat'for th'tape p ' - i Mr. Ireland sail he icdnldipiiire that there was no ne epsity to ee.d, to Ballarat as the tape couldhafe' 'bleen'obtaiiledin'Horaham. WilliamnDiunimond;jinr. dopoeedithat the retail-price of-such-articles-asn those-produced was 5s,. and that they sold a much suaerior ,artioleat their establi?hment for?8s. i8Vedict for defendant withb15s costs.e The case of James Alexander Heslop, charged up...
THE PROPOSED CONFERENCE. London, June 1st. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
THE PROPOSED CONFEBENCE. London, June lest. In the Honse. of Commons this eveniug, Mr. Gladstone confirmed the accuracy of.the information already published, that it was proposed to hold a conference at Codatanti lJole to deal with the diffinculties which have ulrsen between the Khedive and the National party in Egypt. Dlr. GladStone further state' that her •lajesty's Government had suggested to ,the Saltan the desirability of sendingaih speial ommtission, the members of whichwond'a. _sable on board one of the Turkiah ironlads -At lcxandria :
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
GAZETTE, : The followinglands are open for selection: -St. Arnaud and Horsham districts, parish of Cariron, area 34 acres,;beiiig a strip of hand two (2)-chains -wide, west-of- and adjoining the three-chainroad froti,Warracknabeal to Karyrie,'lyitg between D COrdlio'3purchased land and the 110th section reserve. -,iHorshliam district, parish.of.\Voorak, area 21a Ir, south-east of andadjomiing G. W. B. Matthews' 19th section holding. i= . v'he fellowing lots remain' unsold- = im-' boola-sale 4th May, lots 2, 4, no offer. Hor ham'-?-ale 23rd May, lot 10, no offer' - The following applictidonis for licenses have been approved :-Henry C. Speher, Carchan; Hfenry Sampey, Koonik Kconik; Chas. W" Schultz,..Woorak; Mary'Rideout, Yanipy and Liwloit ; JtmiesH..New?o,.Yearnga Mry i M'Farlanhe, Dumunkle ; eW . HMerrett, jIn, Yearinga; Edward James, Mliram Piram; Charles Ronnirg, Katyil; Win. Rideont, Lawloit; Robert Cordner. Miram Piram'; EllenoraBiggin, Kardhk; George P. Arm strong; Kewell .Wes...
Sale of City Property at Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
Sale of City Property at An Age telegram from' Sydney don Wednesday says: Messrs Hardie -:and Gor~nisn sold: by :.public ?auctioni this morning a valuable property, at the corner of George and Margaret streets, having a frontage of 49ft bin to George street. The amount realised was £42,000, being over £850 per foot. The same firm alsosold Mesrs Nichol son's music shop, having a frontage of 16ft; £10,200 was obtained for this pro perty, or equal to about £640 per foot. Pickle's warehouse, having a frontage of 24ft, realised £14,000, or nearly £600 per foot. Four shops, occupied by Messrs Hurst," Collins, Billington and Guyatt, were also sold. The frontage of these premises is 40ft 4ins for which £29,000 was paid. [ 'The. total amount realised at the sale was £95,000
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIA V. LANCASHIRE. FIRST DAY. London, June 1st. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. - - (,ROM THE DAII PATEB"S. AUSTRALIA V. LANCASHIRE. FIRST DAY. London, June 1st. - The Australian elevef commenced a three day's match.to-day, at Manchester,. against eleven of the County of Lana-= shire. The weather was very fine, and there was an enormous attendance on the ground, very great interest ali parently being taken in the match. The eleven representing the county are : A. G. Steel, Briggs; A. N. Hornby, V. K. Reyle, D. Q. Steel, O. P. Lance shire, R. G. Barlow, Crossland, IR. Pilline. Robinson and A. Watson. The Australian captain won the toss and elected to go first to the wickets, which were in capital order. Massie and Baanerman were the first to represent the visitors. The former scored 47 by excellent play, and the latter 39. Mur dock, who followed on the first vacancy, played in grand style. He batted throughout his long innings splendidly, and never once gave a chance. -?-When he had made 68 he was, caught.' Koran was bowled forl...
The Geelong Shooting Affair. Geelong, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
The Geelong Shooting Affair. Geelong, June 2 This morning a man named Robert Johnson, an assistant lighthouse keeper in the employ of the Queensland Government, was charged at the police court with having shot at Mr. Peter Dwyer, governor of the Geelong gaol, with intent to murder him. The prisoner was defended by Mr. M'Cormick, solicitor. Evi- dence was given by Mr. P. B Dwyer to the effect that he introduced Johnson to his &nbsp; father on the afternoon of the 25th ult., and that soon after leaving the drawingroom, where his father and Jolmson were left, he heard scuffling, and then a report of a pistol being discharged. On getting back into the room he found the prisoner lying across a chair, with his father holding him down. After the prisoner had been secured he asked, alluding to the governor of the gaol, "Is he done for!" and upon being told that he was not, he further said, " I am sorry he is not." The governor of the gaol gave evidence to the effect that as soon as ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 6 June 1882
PRINTERS -Turnover wanted, office of thie journal. .:. ANTED Sheplirds and ,Assistants, V forLambing' with and without doge; kpply at once. Permanency for goodi men. Frank H. Atkinson; Lake Coreng.' , TA.NTED KNOWN.-That YOUNG. & S SON, Painter-, Paperhangers, &'?, saving taken the prenna slately occupied by r. tcNeil, Firebrace-street (next door' to Withers' Fruit Market); are prepared tn,eie aute Painting in.,all its .branches: a, the ihortestnotice., Experienced tradesmen Sent to il parts of the ditirfet:. " _ " nn F OUR-IOOM1ED Cottage .To Let.-Apply;, S E0 - LET-Fellmoe?ery Cottage ;with. o I without paddocks. IR;.' RAndrews:?~.: I O LET-(at lls.' per week) a FO.UR. i .POOMED COTTAGE, Bowden-street, Church Hill, lately in. the 'occ?pation of Mr. Gen. Green; waterlaid on.--Apply office of this paper. 'O0 LET.-The SHOP and DWELLING - now occupied by Ah Gooeyas a drapery store. Rent 20s per week.--Apply, Thoman Young. To Let.' A THREE.ROOEI) COTTAGE, Church' Hill, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882
The, latest proposal is the Ortonites is •to raise £2000, to enable Charles Orton and a, Mr.' Smith to proceed to Australia, 'with the object of ascertain ing if a certain lunatic .in an Aus tralian asylum is Arthur, Orton or not. It. need, hardly be. added .t.hat.pro spects of the fund are not very brilliant. ,Emigrationfrom Germany is this year-greater than ever. -In the month of Masch alone no fewer than 14,697 emigrants left Hamburg in 102 steam ers and:one sailing vessel, most of them bound for the United States. Of this nu'mber.of fugutives from the fatherland, Prussia contributed 8719. The influx through Stettiu, Bremen, Antwerp, and other ports is not. here taken into-ac corint.. iThe Hamburg companies are uinable tofind room for.all who wish to cross the Atlititi. '
A Futal Assault at Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882
I a f s f , t . .? . , i1 o ; ,. I "o I ----o Tr Aboit halflpast 1'l o'clock en: Satdri day night, a couple of young men named Owen and, Fragk., Dun called at the residence of thei-r?brotheriThos. Dunn,'a molellertresidin f~k?Buii ckin" ham-street, Richmonnd ' d emand'i' ded from him a m'idal. :fTiiihe meal belonged to the father of: tiepiarties,: and was alleged to be unlawfully in. the posses sionof Thomas Dun::'He refused to' give at n it the en d of histbrithers,, and after some angry qlids had'passed between ,them.,Frank":,D.unn :gave his brothdr-Thotitas a Lvioleiit blo·oni the! liead with aibroken gun barrel. Owen and Franlk :then madeoff, Iand ;homas,, who was bleeding, profusely; was taken: by',his::wife to the!'Richmond watch house.) Sergeant n'Elaberty," seeing t,', state, dile oan ,was in,n .at once. bound up: the. wound. the best way he could, procured a ;ab, and sent!the man to the Melbournie Hospital On being admitted to that institition it was' found that the man's s...
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. June 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882
I3i LBEOIIEV GR IN. ~IET..r.FT M f esao.J=er R.o &O 'report:*s--e phe?ei?ce our last report is somewhat ,eisi~rb )ow quote forprime milling 6s 10d, for medium to good 6s 7d to 6s 9d, and inferio? to .mtedmi-m 6- -- 8d to -6i=&d -per bushel. Flout te?ws?ille. in bakers loti £15, a1d! '- braydslIX14 l0 per ton. oats, we qiote for prime milling 4s 3d, prime feed 4s. medium to good, 3s 10lO. to 3s 11d, and infer;or to medium, 3s 8d to' 3s lOd per bushel. Barley, prime ma!ting, 5s 3d to 5s 4d, and prime feed, 4s lid to 5Cs per bueel",peas 4a. 4 8d-?l z -bushel, rbrau Is 6bi, perr ?lie ,;.pollard 7i7d Ferorbasiel