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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (BY ELECTRPIC TELEGRAPH.) (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOUP.NE, TncnsnaY. : The action commenced yesterday in the Supreme Court in which Joseph B. Slack, the notorious litigant, sued Webster, a jeweller, of Emerald Hill, to recover £1000 dama'ea for malicious prosecation, was con cluded today the jury returning a verdict for the defendatnt. Thomas Kelly, who was arrested this morning in the labour yard of the Melbourne gaol, where he had climbed into to plant a swaoy of tol ac.,, etc., for prisoners, was Eelttenced to .is months imprisonment at the City court. Patrick Enright, now undergoing a sen. tence in the .Melbourne gaol for defraading the railway department by obtaining wages due to another workman, by false pretences to-day suel the Board of Land and Works in the county court, to recover £2 due to him for work and labour done. The counsel for defendants lelded that the County Court had no jurisdietion;.nd the judge agreed with that view and stinuck the ...
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 9TH 1882. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882
-o PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 9TH 1882. IT is with pleasure that we draw the atten- tion of our agricultural readers to a new &nbsp; feature in our weekly supplement, which should be of great interest to them. We refer to the article headed " Laud Exhaustion." &nbsp; This is the first of a series of articles on agriculture, specially written for our supple-' ment by the well-known agricultural chemist R. W. Emerson M'Ivor, F.J.C., F.C.S., &c. &nbsp; author of "The Chemistry of Agriculture." "An old Colonist," who is the author of a standaid. J ork o? )Aricultuse, ondr is a a geitlemri''of lon?kfexperiiooe in"'olonial farming, continues his interesting articles on I agriculture. " AnrowoST the business transacted by the Shire Council on Wednesday was the grant- a ing of the necessaryipermission to the Hur sham Gas Company to lay down the main r and service pipes in the streets of the towvi. The Pastoral and Agriculturre Society a ...
Wimmerashire Council. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7TH, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 9 June 1882
Wimmerashire Council. &nbsp; WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7TH, 1882. &nbsp; The usual monthly meeting of the shire was held at the shire offices on Wednesday. Present: Cr. G. Bell (president), and Cr., R. Clark, S. Carter, W. Burgin, R. Philip, R. Grant and J. Keyte. MINUTES. &nbsp; The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. APOLOGY. Cr. S. Carter apologised for the absence &nbsp; of Cr. J. C. Carter, owing to the latter's illness in Melbourne. DEPUTATIONS. John Boehm, of Natimuk, made a personal application to the council that he should be relieved from the payment of rates for land, late the property of Mrs. Weidner, but which he had been compelled to take possession of. Cr. Philip moved, That the arrears of rates be remitted. Cr. Carter seconded.—Carried. VECTIS EAST. &nbsp; &nbsp; A deputation consisting of Messrs Sanders, &nbsp; Huff, and Koenig interviewed the council in reference to the water works scheme. Mr. Sanders said ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
IT is an old tradition of belief (says the Oban Times) that-toothache is caused by a worm in tht tootrh In Gaelic, "cunimh" means wormor maggot; hence "cnnimh fhiacanl'-'ignifiSeatoothache--Inohalin"li -mk was supposed to kill the, worm. :A;better remedy is Clemes and Bartleman's Enucalyp tine, which cures toothache instantly, and permanently., Sold ;by .all chemists.in the colony. Price is.-Agents: Messrs. KRaunE & Co.-[AnV.].].i : THE PEOPLE WAN2TROOP.-There is no m I ss? icn - f--hysies, or sold by Drag ists that enrries sieh evidence of Its success and superior virtue as Boscesm's G?n?i? SnerP for severe Coughes, Colds -settled on the brst, Con sumption, er any disease of the throat or lngs. A proof ofh ttfet is that yperson afflicted can get a Small Bottle for 0d. and try.it snuperior .eect eflore buying the regular sie at da ad. It has lately been introduced in this country from Germny that es it. Thee dsoses willreleve any se. Try it. All Chemists and Storokeepei. Who...
MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
MELBOURNE FLOURi AND 'GRAIN Iii the import markets.busines, as usual so near the c ose of the week, has not been mar ked by imch animation,and except in one or two instances trasactionshave only been on alimited cali and for tie sppl?of dinary wants. Breadstuffe are still neglected. We are advised of iale of flour in small lots at late quotations. We however notice, in addi tion'" that a good line has been'takenh up for export. In whlat we hive not heard of any business being done, although offers have been makifig at clos d ip 1;hihlders' prices.' With ieference to' theoinformation lately phbliihed in one of: the',daily ,papers,, regarding ithe stock of wheat in several of the conntry::dis-: tribts, a correspondent: in:,Horsham,.in a private d6mmunication, writes as follows: A Melbourne paper publishes.stocks of wheat at Horsham as 5,000. bushels against 44,000; bushels held in 1881. This is totally wrong, as a holderalne has 12,000 bags atthe uresont. ,time. .'Actial transactaiona...
The Debate on the Grattan Address. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
-o The debate on the motion of -M~ Francis arising out of the above matter, took place in the Assemblyoni Thursday ei~fiiig/ addlAs iis j's sd1ie tl'ot" grat public interest, we give a condensed report of the discussion from the daily papera'" ;e4j 6c."' ?-' "f.c! THE IRISH QUESTION. Mr. Francis mov ,iT?, h`t ''his House, while strongly disapproving of express onIst contained ilbanteddress to theu5'dd tMiayor oftisbln anld deeply regretting that such should have been signed by certain of its members, ac -ep? ,$tS .'assurancee. of ;loyalty.; and this House take this opportunity of avowi itsaunswerving loyaltyto Her He had purposely made the:mptionj short, because iii matters of -=t-ii kinid it was-useless usingstronger adjectives or m ore woids thiin were necessary, pro vided the language was distinct and to the point. The hon. member for Castle maine objected somewhat to the motion on ,the:'goind of its being almost to coniplimentary to the hon. members who had signed the address, b...
MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
MELBOURNE WOOL MAREET; The " Australasian Mdrtgage and Agency Company (Limited) heldan auctiin- sale-.of voql at their tores, OCpl)ins-street wept, on Friday.afterneon, .when every; lot, submitted elicted active competition, and. the- entire catalogne of 500 bales .was cleared, at, prices whicdi ~snst be highllysatisfactoiy to owners, In greasy. wools, the most important lot was 124'bales' from' the back country of the Darling, very heavy in cbndition; which' re! -alisod 1d'J e lb.;, ind btheri lots-: horigho 8d. and 8Bd.per Ib:;.bat thiere wAs'nd greas wqol. in ,thecatalognebopve .a low medium quality,' The Beater portiou of t~id ' beataý loguecons ie`Lboured~lwools, and for thl l dbipetittoiih?ae ver keen, the range of prices obtained being correspondingly high. Seventy.fon bilea of a well.known'brand, scoured at'Wilcania, were sold at 211d.; '1Q bales of fit' pieces realising 19%d. per lb. Another oell.known Darling clip; als locally scounred; stracted very active biddioge, and s...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENSC.) IMELBOURNE, MoNI AY. The Government bas accepted the report of the Vibert board as exonerating him from tlh chdege of irregularit:esmade against him, s?l decided to pay his salary up to date. At his retirement also they will allow him 9 months salary as a retiring allowance. The electrical exhibition was opened at the Athenaeum Hall this afternoon by the Governor in the presence of a large number of people. The hall in which the exhibition is held is handsomely fitted up with every contrivance in which electricity is used: Ex tensive arrangements are made for illustrating the latest improvements of electricity for lighting and other purposes by means of electri:il apparatus. The exhibition re mains open every afternoon and evening dxrir g the week, and the affair promises to Fe a creat suocces. The inquest on the body of an infant found last week on the Queen's wharf resulted in a verdict of wilful murder again...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
T7TANTED a Good Cook and Laundress V V Apply Mrs. Potter, South Brighton: TTANTED to PURCHASE or RENT, VV a FAAR of 300 or 600 Acres, and to state price per acre.-Apply at once to John J. Bodey, junr., Jung Jung. '~-TANTED Horse and Bullock Teams for V conveying goods from Dimbola 'to Nhill, with chanceof back loading. Horse Teams, 30s per ton; Bullock Teams, 20s, per ton. ':Apply PERMBWAN, WRIGHT & CO., Dimboola. WVANTED KNOWN, that Mrs E. Jones, corner of Fegar and Kosford-streets, cleans gentlemen's Black Cloth Clothes and Felt Hatse ; also, Ladies Black Jackets and Mantles. Orders left with J. Pomeroy, opposite the railway station, will be attended to. F OUR-RBOOMED Cottage TojLet.-Apply J - T. YOUNG. '0 LET-Fellmongery Cottage, with or I without paddocks. R. H. Andrews. r iO LET.-The SHOP and DWELLING I now occupied byAh Gooeyas a drapery store., Rent 20s per week.-Apply, Thomas Young.,,. . O LET -(at. le.'!per waek). "t FOUR. j ROOMED COTTAGE, Bowden.street, Ch~ltcE .H...
HORSHAM STOCK REPORT. Horsham, June 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
HORSHAM STOCK REPORT. Horsham, June 12th. Jomw QanG o a R & xE . :-rYij ý We leld a most successful sale at War racknabealon-Thursday-last,-when-we-dia. posed of 3000 sheep and seealiiorses lit highly satisfactory rate' This w ingsale, and being the ond'stdckhalIeeve -held-in-Warracknahbealit cannot be regarded in any other way than highly satisfactory. We also sold during \the week 17 head fat bullocks, 600 ewes anid wethers, and two selections of land, one of 320 acres, near Mortoa, at first-class prices. :Our next sales are Rupanyap, on thes13th int.. Minyip, 20th inst., Murtoa, 26th inst.; at which there will be good lots of sheep, cattle, and hoirses. There was a great demand for store cattle at our Warracknabeal sale. We have placed several thonrand sheep and a nuumber'of selections of land under offer during the week, and expectto report sales~.of same shdrtly.; r. . . .
BALLARAT STATION PRODUCE MARKET June 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
BA:LLAI.tAT STATION .PRODUCE.. S . ,MARKET, June 9.. E. J. STnICKLu D reports: I There was a full attendance at my auction sale on Thursday, when the catalogue was cleared at satisfactory rates, all description of skins being well competed for, particularly merinees and half-breds, on the whole the green' skins were very''nneien In size and quality, and (one or two lots excepted) were hardly up to former sale lots, the condition however; was :good: Butchers' : skins;." best brought'4s 'Sdto "4s 8.d ; fair to good, 4s to 4s 3d; inferior to ordinary, 3s to 3s lid; country dry skins, fair to good 3s 6d to 4s 2d; a few lots by weight 5d to 51d per lb. Hides.-.No improvement to state, medium to light weights are selling at 31d to 34d per lb., salted. Tallow is selling well. all lots being sold immediately on arrival,' ordinary mixed to good, £32 to £33 10s; inferior, £25 to £30 per ton....... ...
DIRECT CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER.) THE EGYPTIAN DISTURBANCES. LONDON, JUNE 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
t;* (pK3 XEUTER~) , T .EGPaTINDISTUIRBACES. LOTHlDO1 , JSu,12ra. . nrshber advices from Alexandra state that the disturbances of yesterday was apparently -iot premeditated. It is believed it originated "-in a street quarrel between Egyptians and' Europeans. In addition to the assault on the British Consul, the Greek and Italian consuls. were also attacked and both wounded euunreo or less seriously. The number of deaths re ported up to the present time amount to about twenty. In addition to the three consuls many are known to have been wounded. It is hoped the injuries sustaiaed -.y the British Consul are not likely to prove dangerous. It is not certain whether the ionjurie were inflicted at the consulate or selhile Mr. Cookson was endeavouring to quell the disturbance.