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ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

ADDITIONAL PARTIOULARS. The "New York Herald's" :Dublin special says: , The details of ahe tragedy are as fol-, lows -A ,boy rameil ,Tacobs states. that while.birdnesting in the:, parki;he saw, about 200 yards from where lhe rwas; and close to the road, a group of men a if wriestling. He thought;they were rouglis, and did not pay,.attention to them. He then saw two'meniifallto the ground, and four others jump ona? car and drive off towards Chiapel Izod, which lies in a direction.:opposite. to -the.city. They drove at a rapid pace, andihe dculd not give any description of the appearaniee"of the men. A gentleman named Daiiguir -inl a friend, wh o wei -on" obicyclestrsh'ortly' bifoie had' passed Mr. .:Burike ad :.Lbrd Iiedeick avendishi w hen on itheir way alon? the main road' through: the park, and on their-rtntrn journey they found the Ohief Secrretary lying in the centre of the carriage way, and lr. Burke pi o?trate on ; the .pathway. Both -gentlemen, were. lying, in large pools of ...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

MTT' ORuLOGICAL NOTES.H TTmpPn1 TO E. ,sl·apýsý,s"N ED:iY.iT~ij·ID.Y -IO2HEST 10WEST HIGHEST LOWEST In' lte shade 70 38 68 33 Int'esan 84 79 0 1 Exposedat Night34 31 1Iainfa1I, toeal' - 'robable iveahher.-Changeable iRegistered by E. Miller.

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THE ASSASSINATION OF LORD CAVENDISH AND MR BURKE. San Francisco, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

TElBA-ASSASSINAfrION OF LORD CAVENDJ SH AND 3MR BURKE. San Francisco, May 8..: Lord Frederick Oiveadish, the' nedily ahpoi?ted' Seeetary'i' for: Ireland, ,nd: Mr. T. H. Burke, .Under-Secretary were stabbed to ide&ih by .four men. while walkmg in Pieixpalrk on the evening of M..ayes. Lord F. Caven dish and'Earl' pencer hd remained at Diublin Castle eng ged in the traisaction of. official business until. 6 o'clock .in the evening, when each. drove .to -his~ respective residence. ' -After dinner the Secreitary" and Mr. Thomas .ai Ienry Burke went for a" walk in ltheparkr?and when about half-a-mile froma- the city gate and -a quarter-of a mile from the lod e, a car drbire up, 'from which jumped foir men,. who inimediately at tacked. Lord F.. .Cavendish and" Mr. Burke, stabbing them both several times in-thb thirdat and' breast. The' victiiis fough? hardl for tleir lives.. and in the struggle became separated, their bodies being-found some- ten paces apart. The tr ge1y occurred a...

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Arrival of the San Francisco Mail. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

Arrival of the"San Fran S" . Cisco Mail. Sydney, Sunday.: ,i Thob.hityi'of Sydlney 'arrived 'from

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NATIMUK. PRESENTATION TO MR. CARNEGIE. June 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

NATIMlUK. (From our own Correspondent.) PRESENTATION. TO .MR.I CARNEGIE. June 7. On Saturday evening the 3rd inst. a num. her of the 'residents of' Tooan. Arapiles Natimuk eand , district,, assembled' at Kroschel's hotel; for.the purpose of perform. ing a very'pleasirig luty,;' ?mely;' the, pre. senting of an address and purse of soverelgns to' Mr,: Aleander Carnegie,:'who has: long Ibeen identified w?ith the district. Mr. James Keyte occupied the chiar, and 'on rising amid li?. felt. great pleasure .in.' occupyin, :th poition in which the lhaid':placed' 'lm.' bn thlie dccasion. He was sure it was i rleas~cr tf a'll assembled to re o.iisebre l wor thl'and merit, and they had n~w raet,'to ihbo?'ict appreciation of the many 'service??iensdred to the district'by.Mr, qarnief "'by'-cei1t ihg hiin with a small tolkei of their"sdihl Mr. Carnegie 'was to the 'fronit in all sitters connected with the advancement of the district, ahd often'at great ificonienience to hiinsel striven for their'...

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Death by Poison. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

.- <,Death by ,Poison., : -,A .painful case'of gdecidental poisoning occurred on lIonday :morning at :Mr. ;Emstwood's :fardi, ':near 'Drysdale,' by which'a man! namied' JohnbSutherland, aged 30,lost liii (lfe. "=-"Frori thelstte meents'made'it would app ear that' last eoening'a,'mah applied to f. iEastwood td stoplfor themnight. 'Leave' was realily given, and' a place assignedito hitn in the barn': . In' one' corner' of thlie bai was a bag oohtinitaignarsenic: which wais !usedd fod killiig rabbits. i The 'poio?n"was' in a keg, securely fastened, and this ivA!s placed in a ba' hich was tied rooundTthe neck. 'Nothing furthei was heard until abb'ot fourd o'clock 'on Tuesday morin ing, rhen' Mr. Eastwood' -was knocked ntp by the deceased, who stated tliit he was'very ill, and abodt eight o'clock Mr. Eastwood asked'-hittilifihe' liad meddled with the bag in the barn. 'The man seemed ieluctant to say, but finally said hehiad.: Daring'the night he had felt thirsty,iand, thinking...

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Extraordinary Case of Alleged Bigamy. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

Extraordinati Case of Alleged Bigamy.. A"'nmost extraordinary case' of alleged l?gamy occurred. within the past feir days in the Gordon district, and one that, if all we hiear'' trie, possesses many sad features so far as thq:display of heartlessness and cruelty on the part of a husband and father are con. cerneid 'In order to make the particulars in connection with the case clear, it is necessary to dray? attention to, a paragraph which :pp'eared "a'ncoplesof weeks back with re 'ference efo ?,grosse case of wife-desertien or t"he par.of. man named Cooroy, a resident f isBllart' Eat. ASwe thenmentioned, Conroy, who follows the occupation of a miner,-:left• his wife and two children rather suadenly withont adequatemeans of support, and had it not seen for the assistance of the neighborsithe poor woman and her offspring rdauld'have'died from' hunger Owing, it is alleged; to the'wan; of proper nourishmentS combined with the trouble of mind, Mrs. Conroy: took 'ill, and'in order to obtai...

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Mr. Archibald Forbes on the Defence Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

Mr. Archibaldi Forbes 'on the Defence Question.: -0---- The views ofAfr. Archibald Forbes on any military problemni arei: entitldd to great 'weight. Recognising -that 'his opinions ulon the defence question now before the country would greatly interest the public, we requested him to favour tts with an opportunity of blacing them before the community.: After a ge?eral conversation as to, the :details of- the situation, M"r.'Fdrbes inade the• follow ing statement - :. THE DANGER.' ! What you want Here is security as distinguished friom what "I 'isy call militaryism. You need a sensu ofsoafe ty. Yo iilave no occasion to seek martial prestige Y'ou 'h1ave tod'guard against attack, and you have to ,so .guard that your people shall be satisfied, anid that there shall blie' no dauger of a- scare. Frequent scares, I solsold say, would be much more injur0ious to you thaan an attack in case of wae would be;i for if the same rule obtains.here as elsewhere, the:r effect minsttibe to ,deprecite ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

THOMAS y Y AUCTIONHElI: _ ? 'v Stook, Station, Land, *Finailoe, and Commission Agent, WILSON STREET. HORFIAM SDYANCES made on Leasehid or Free hold Ccuntry Lands. ? ?dvanees- madad- Tow?_.Properties.- A dviances ma o ool fo sale either in the polonyQrn-if ~ -dol.a?` erns by the best Melbourne and i]allarat fakers, --plied prom!p y and on Liras w TERM . .J Every desription ?f busines connectei with the Lands, -and other Government Departments conaucted promptly, efficiently, and economiically Fire and Life Insurances effected in tiA bhest comspanies ' :;?! Sales'of Property-or Stock eondaucted i :.nypart of the:cblony: "' . "-- Aoe'T FOR '. SFisken' and Gilison, Stock and. Station Agnts, Melbourne and Ballarat.. Dennys Lascell-a "ad Co.' w'ol and grain brokers, Geelon`. The Victoril Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire "Insuranee Co., of New Zealand. lal'arat Pesnsiuent Building and Invest. ment Society. i !-.. Valuer for the Ballarat Banking Co.,Limited. The Australian Mutual Provid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

WtLIAM.ADAMSON & 00 PRODUCE BROKERS, S9 Little Collinsast. West, and 'Killop et MELBOURNE: : , jECEIVE consignments of ,Wheat, Oats, 1ý Barley, Peas, Grass Seeds, &c., forSale on"Commissin. :' S They also hold Auction Sales of . DAIRY PRODIUCEI] Every WEDNESDAY and FRIDAYth rough out the year, and, as each lot i? competedmfor ly the principal buyers of all grade,-TOP IiIAREET BATES are aliraaensnisd. A'SALE.OF: PIGS and CAL;VES Is held every TUR SDAY at the Corporation S Pig Market. Advances made, if required, immediately on receipt of produce up to ninety .perecent. of the market value. " f :'", ': f - Account Sales furnished promptly. CORNSACKS & BUTTER CASKS SUPPLIED. To the Farmers , of.the ! Wininmera. .r. R.1;.CLARK of the Union Mills, Horsham, begs to inform the Farmers of the Wimmera District thathe has NEVER made any Charge for Stcrage, and that he still continies ths practice of STORING FREE. CHARLES AI'GEORGE. TAILOII (Froml Melbourne,) Nulli Secun...

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HORSHAM RETAIL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

E HOEHIAM RETAIL MABKET. \KK Patidbuferiiworthfrom Is 61 to Is 91 per Ib; frsh-from 2st2Sd , and e33s rom o 3d to iL Gd.

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

Ail -~O--~-~ III iI ` d{ Tme; fuce. nr day'v nmV 6e 4d j el ens atnrtl do do -. 'khot ·la- b; el el it'Y brli ing!t7~~~~~

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CANNUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

Taking all things into. consideration thea·:hi bia lar'atit of and Sthe ladnd tat was iarfid wiere it is noweedsd ill deobtless turn:out well, b iiut ibleanyasie very little udlgme.nit *.t1aeFe'hA' bee a larI .q. antiy of land was isho in, foi land ,that was covered with' burr'arid drike has been scarified before th~erain; and'ioivwth'e weeds'ib k as if they soon .would- be, masters ot the situations. ; : . . Sow. that everyone h'asa 'supply f water it would be well to quietly con sider the matter. In the fi??t placehas our Shire' Coucil don its 'best tbopre vent a repetition 'ofthe sad' state of affaii' If this qu.siion were put to te me Ir should say decidedly not.: Water holes have been ?put .down on, the top of iises, and drain'??mnade to take the w'atr 'away "insted' of iito' the holes, and where holes ihve been made and would have proved useful they have got filled withtl mud, aid have not been cleaned oitt before the wet season, although it wai urgently, re quested. I hear th...

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NHILL. June 5th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

ethesnerget fe-orn e-te-t4i,-farone tinue planting for another niouth yet0 and swell the returns for next season. 'Si i the late rain many extra hands are employed in grubbing and clearing, .:fencing and dam making, which' action =look- well:fortih fdittie ;everj pound's worth of value taken out of the soil is to the good, possess it who may. . The early sown crops are coming on splendidly, the 'tender leaf shooting up, which is a great relief to'the eye, as for sometime'pgst there has been nothing but'parched vegetation to, our view, 'only relieved by the foliage ofea trees, which present a very refreshing ap pearance at the end of summer. Mr. T. Young held a most successful :sale 'at' Rintoule's yards, on the 31st "inst, which consisted of horses, cattle, sheep, :buggies, ':and other sundries. There were a large number of farmers in attendance, which is usually the case when the auctioneer makes such an nouncement. Cattle sold remarkably :well, melium fat cattle fetching £9 per he...

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TREASURER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

TREASURER'S REPORT. , have the honour to report that during 1the.month of May the.following :revenue on account of.the Shire has been paid to me by eouri collectors' and deposited in the Colonial Bank of Aristralissia, Horsham, to' the credit of the council, vi :-' i.sr: near-or Rates' 9 £562 9 6 Dog Tees ... 3 111 5 0 Pound.Fees .1 16 2' Govt: Subsidy :(pbrtioi)' :..': 1304 0 0 . 1 1 o: L i ' . : t . ·T :R.£1 8 7 : 1 0 . 8 Rates': . ..- . :. .; , ..£12& 10 ' 0 DonFees .. .;: - . 4 5 0 e pht... ... ....- : 90 11' 9 =Pound Fees . . 16' 1 VWeighbridge/ .u:.. ? .. 48. 0 Govt.; nbsidy (porpion); . 9.. ,?10. 6 0 .0 :. I"';'. '". £., - 1138il 1110 Rates ... ... .. £173 9 0 Dog-'Fee-s-~-.-----.-e--- _--1 o--5-0 Petty Cash ... 1- 0 Pound Fees : .. 1 13 0 Govt. Subsidy (paOtion),. .. 863 7 7j £1049 19 1 atelrcanjaccount .J i, £114.15; 9 Contractor's Deposit account £34 10 6 SEcRETARY'S FeNAMcALT STATEMENT. ' D r. " .. . ,. . To' OCash'. ..' ; £27 17 6 ,, North Ridingr ., 2037 0 1 ,, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

.TANTED Gook Conk and Lauidrces. Apply M..Potter, South 'Brighton" TTTANTED ! Shepherds and Assistants, V.- ifor Lambing, with and without dogs. Apply at once. rPermanency fpr good men. -Franik H..At'kiso Lak? C6orng. ,.y'a FARtMdf S0Oor600'Aorees, andeto t ceopr ah--pply it onicd to ohn Fi OURROOMED Cottage To Let.-Apsily '0 LETFellmo gery ,ttsge with.r WilsTn-streeti: 1:opereei) aFOUR. 1 .,nROdGMED, COiiTAEE; iBowden-street, , ,".JOSEP FECKLER, . hrchIE Sto lk-in-tde yn . e-wiil: opaf ton i -NatidG Hot Green' water laid oive ffesspecaly -oindce ofn thi paper'sons requirinh remner - T E.CI To.ELet .:i ative ' asiness.The on,p rentpropris d per week '-'meAdtply I?' il and par ticulars, Wilson Btreet:O.i I: ., is' 1 ":, ... 1"-- Uiidersig.ed,'situated in' Ballie street. -Apply to i' .... , I ? - .NiCommertial Hotel' T ARE Sto 275 -in-trade s of Plain Land S ational Hotel. Thdabove wholffespe isl inducement to persons requiring'd remuner ative busiess., The present paddroprietorihere ...

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The Richmond Tragedy. VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

The Rifcimond Tragedy. . VERDICT OF :MANSLAQUGHTER. Dr..YouL.held aninquest on Tuesday at the 1a elbourne Hospital upon th - liody of a" man named' Thomas Alex. Daidni':wh'6' di-I' in thd'ifiistitition from injuries tthe lihead,'wlhich it was 'upposed weredinflicted by his brothers Owen aind Frink Dunn,i who were pre sent in custody. Mary buhnn,'iesidingi i Buckingham street, Richmond, 'deposed : The de Cee.sed was'nmy'chusb6nd; 'his name iais Tli .ii t Al~hider 'Diiiih?' :Oni Satir dayea eniig' 'la? 'iaiboir"'iallflin''tetn o'clock, imy' hsliand :wa"'at° home;' aidh standing, it'the froilt 'door 'I hehid thi' pri?oiei: his 'brthers at the doodir, and -ill hliiijd 'i"bstifar" some"otier words takifing placeabot~t a '?edal.' I asked bothi'prisoners to' goqulstly awdy, b'ut'OwmviiDiidri said they' isold ihot go;6 aiid'atth'hiije "timei asked the 'de cease iei toffl! O'Oliis efuing to go, thel saei ni' I'ioer lied' ould ?ump: up a stone and" si'li'e"'wohald Liain the decea's??I with' i...

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DIRECT CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER.) THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. LONDON, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

CABLEGRAM (PFB BEUTBB.),,. THE AUSTRALIAN CBICKETERS. LONDON,.JINE 8. • The match between the Austialian team; and County of Yorkshire was continued at iradford to.day in the presence of a very Jarge nimber of spectators, the weather was not so favourable as yesterday, freiient showers fell during the day, and the wicket was consequently heavy and rapid scoingu -was rendered impossible. The home team, With 4 wickets down for 100 again wentto the wickets, but although Lockwood, by careful play added 22 to yesterday's score, when he was caught, the other players failed to make any stand. The innings losed for 146 runs or 16 in advance of their opponents. The Australians then went in for their second ninings and with the ex ception ef IBonnor and Murdoch, none of the team maile a good display of batting. Bonnor the highest scored 35 at which he was caught; BMurdoch made 29 when given out leg before .vicket. The Australians com pleted their innings for 135 runs leaving the home team 117...

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Disastrous Boiler Explosion. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

* :Disastrous Boiler Ex 'T:", . "losion, - ., Tho Apollo Candle Company's works, om 'the ianiks of the Saltwater River, near thn Kensington road, Footscray, were, on rues :day morning, the scene of an awful boiler er plosion,which resulted in the death of an em ~ o?snaWmed William Paul, aged thirty-niun yea rs, and a great amount of damage to the ibiildigs. The Apollo Company emoloy so vertl 'score of persons at the works, and se veral boilers are used to boil the tallow, etc. The 'ftal boiler, of which the deceasedl Paul had charge, was situated in the main part cf the premises, and was constructed of in. cop per,and'was double riveted. It stood in a brc' foundation, on the ground, in a perpendicular position. "It was comparatively new, having been obtained not long since to the order cE the company in Parns, at a cost of about £930. The canoe ofthe'explosion is at present un known. All tlii employjs commenced work, as usual, at G. o'clock on Tuesday morning, all'ivirit' .mothly un...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882

PAIILIAMENTARY. Sir Bryn O'Logalcn, in reply to a ques tion in the 1 ssembly, stated the Govern ment had not time to bring in a bill this' session to leralise trades unions but would give their a?Listance to any member who brought such a measure in to get the bill passed. MIxDroI?.. Shortly after the Asrembly met to-day Mr. =Franeis moved the resolution standing in his namine, That the House while strongly dis -approvinglof the expressions contained in the addres.to the Lord Mayor of Dublin and ieeply(regret Ps being signed by certain of its members, accepts their assurance of loyalty nnd takes this opportunity of avowing its unswerving loyalty to the Queen. He thought this was the proper course to pursue as the members who had signed the address had expressed their regret of doing so. He had no ambition to have his name in connec tion with the ;esolution,and was quite willing to substitute Mr. Patterson's name if that gentleman would allow him ; he would also propose that the resol...

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