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THE LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ON THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

TFE LONDON CHAMBMER O COM MEIECE ON THE COLONIES. At a meeting of the London Chamber of Commerce there nva a long and important discunsion on the Irade between England and the Australian colonies. High eulogies were passrd on the latter by several of the speakers, who dwelt upon the magnitude and importance of the colonial trade, and the probabitity eo its indefinite increase.

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 28TH. The Horsham Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

tire r siamn Einies. -0 --o . .. ? PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. SA-TURDAY, JANUARY 28TL. .. The Horsham Hospital. FRaoMthe brief summary of the report of the Inspector of Charities on the I Horsham Hospital, which appeared in our Tuesday's issue, it will be seen that MR. NWAL6E has been led to make re marks which -strangers at a distance c might conceive to be of a somewhat v disparaging nature, but at the same time to be easily oxplained by those who are in pIssession, of the necessary local information. We have read the reports w'hich have previously been F published onC the charitable institutions of the colony, and whilst i-e are dis posed to accord the Inspector all, the credit to whicli he is jastly entitled for t the zeal with which he exercises the functions of h'is office, it is not with any intention of reflecting on him in any way if we state that. maany of the com ments which he has made from time to i time appear to us to have been based upon erroneou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

MWog. ;rNvs ý4rvts. THOXAS' EDUNG AUICTIOBEER. Stook, Station, Lan nB CornmitsionA'it t WILSON srErHOREHA ' DVANCES mad on Lei~ehbld orFrce. At hold Ccntry Lnd Advances made on Wool for sale either in lie colony or London. Agricltural Machinery and Implements the bent Melbourne and Ballarat Makers upplicd promptly, and on LIBERALs TERMs. -=W-2 :E?; E a ? tilih"of libon'uas' i^&n -ekTl with the Lands, and other Government Le artment conduetcd romptly,?eSlently, - Fire and-Life-oInsurances effected in-the: 3est companies. Saicsof Property or. Stock enduc d in any part of the colony. AGE'ST, FO Tisken anid Gibtori Stock and Station Agenhts; Melbourne and Ballarat. 3Elnnys Lascella and Co. waol and gkin brokers, Geelong. Tho Australian Mutual Provident Life As es:rauce Society'. The Yictoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. "Balarat Permanent Building and Invest. ment Society. .aluer for the Ballarat Banking Co.,Limnited. ,..:" Auction Sales of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

SJAMES STRONG AND: BROTHERS, -m MINi _ -_l + - -MILL ^ .'t týý t u'tiý 'Fre ptti~ lfr upliu: O TSoi3 S ,ri r Qu"iil- attl. _ - _ " sible ri 1t _____ E - C ..F. T7 ý i{ýr.-ý ý __ _ýr. ;^ý Jý - YY:y "-- , Q TiLE~IOES L OB tcE toneSD tib e1S IOJbarn doStnc eOPEFUL~E PBD LA . II ]3USINV SI IN STPE ETOtECAIIT - n r" "'ro a th co of rye. . baitna -:es . in N itn Te- .;z''.r=,Iý-,IOLESAL.ýE ý ORER _N TSEý St RUd PaOTI /t-O CAEoL ATBN D -:h- TO _ __ ti CAS M?. DECOURCY IRELAND, Solicitor KORSHAM, i/R. DE COUROY IRELAND. SOLICITOR, Visits Murtoa every Wednesday, and may be consulted at Holt's Hotel. A. J. TZWr GG,. sO Es -R''2:1E, cLs . HOtSIAM. I. COMMDISSIONER of the Supreme Courts of Victoria and South Australia. Geo. C. Inskip, M.V.I.A3, ARCHITECT,, STAWELL. SR. INSKIP will be in Iorsham every fortnight. The days of attendance. can be taeertained fr ia the Clerk of Works at Mr. llasmuasen's new buildings, Horsham Wiro Insurance Company, of London: EsrTAnrLsIED 1803. CArITAL INVESTED, £1,...

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HORSHAM RETAIL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

HORSHAM RETAIL MARKET. Froesh butter. ls'3dper Ib;pottod do~ls pcr Ih; eggsIOdpcr do2en cheese, 7d tod perlb;bacon lidto I; I;am, sto Is d;potatoes.,isper cut; onions, ljdto dperlb. -

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times Office, Friday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

Conucerciai. 0 - HORSHAfd WHEAT a1lARKET. Time Olfice, Friday Evening The wheat mseket was pretty brisk to-day, 4s i5 to 43 u5d being given for really goodl amples. Should the promise of tho Railway Departmnot to open the traffic on Monday from Pimpinio beo reolised, it mill have the effect of bringing down a very fair quantity that in still on hand in that locality.

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THE CHAMPION BOAT RACE. London, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

,THEI: CHA.bMPION BOAT RACE. London, January 96. In the forthcoming race for the champion taip bretween Edward Hanlan and R. W. Boyd the betting is 3 to 1 on Hanlan.

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ARRIVAL OF CROWE IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

ARRIVAL OF CnROWE I? PA?IS. P. W. Crowe, of Peoria, Illinois, an Irish .American, who has taken a prominent part in advising the nse of dynamite for the de strnction of British shipping and other pro Terty, has arrived in Paris.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. --- - -- · -, -r: (Au rsmLux PERSUlGZO) _.: - MELBOUBNE,' Famir. Judge Trench will perform Judge Hr1c. kett's duty in the BallaraV Court of mines as the latter is too ill:to leave New Zeal?nd. Mr, F. L. Shmyth will act for JuJdge Rackett in the County Courts. The Consul for France has telegraphed to-day for apace for Victoria at the Berdeaux wine exhibition. The Tasmanian Government has written to the Victorian Governmcnt requesting in formation in ri worlking of diamond drills as they desire to introduco them into Tasmania. The Border Treaty between -Victoria and South'Australl was signed at the Ezecuitive Council meeting., . " Another case of l smell-pox Ih' developed in the Mirzapore passengers. A working passenger named Laurence. aged23, has de veloped variola. Withers' child is elighbtly better. The news f.om the Garonne patients is very satisfactory. Sixteen clear days have now elapsed snce the appearance of the last case amongst the Garonne passengers. Al...

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27. (Before R. Clark and W. Burgin Esqs., J's.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

FRIDAY, JANUA.vY 27. (Before R. Clark and WV. Burginl Esqs., J's.P.) DEBT. T. F. M'Auley v. Thos. War I: Claim for £3 7s 2 for goods sold and delivered. Mr. Twigg appeared for complainant, and Mr. Ireland for defendant. J. F. M'Aunleystated the goods had been sold and delivered and the account render.-d repeatedly. The amount was still owing. 1'o Mr. Ireland : The amount is entered in the books to Thomas Ward and -'ons. The last settlement was on the 4th of April, 1831. The set-off for chaff bags was not correct, Charles nard having till him that he did not owe for any bags. Mr. Ireland sa!d that some of the goods were acknowledged as having been received, and others were not, 'rlThe defendant and his son carried on business together, but they had their private accounts. The son had got the goods and was quite able to pay for them. Thomas Ward, farmer, deposed le was carrying on business with his son at the time the debt was contracted; lie had not got several articles meationed in ...

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GUITEAU FOUND GUILTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

" GUITEAU FuU .D GUILTY. After protracted trial extending over a period of two months, Charles Jules Guiteau ilas been found guilty of the urdoer of the late President Garfield. General satisfaction is expressed at the result of the trial.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE TRIAL OF GUITEAU. London, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (FROM THE DAILY PAPER.S) THE TRIAL OF GU1TE \U. London, January 25. The trial of Guiteau for the murder of President Garfield is drawing to a close. Judge Cox summed up in an address to the jury lasting an hour, and the jury then re tired to consider their verdict. They hare already been an hour c.,msidering it.

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WARRACKNABEAL. January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

WARRACKNABEAL. t (FROx OUR OWN CO.-ESPO.NE?NT). January 254.j Last week we experienecd the hottest weather we have had this season, some who have resided in this district for over 20 years said that they had not experienced such hot weather during the time they had lived here. I am sorry to have to add that we have had two cases of sunstroke, viz., Mrs. Thompson, wife of Mr. Thompson, shoe. maker of this town ; and hr.KTelly, who was laying phosphorised oats for the Government. was found in a bad state, so bad that he had to be removed to a house close by, but a!ter the usual remedies being applied he was sufficiently recovered to be able to ride home, t and is now not much the worse. I regret to say that it is not so with Mrs. Thompson, as I hear she is very bad. The heat was very trying to the sick, and sickness is very pre valent among the children, two cases being fatal, as one child was buried on Saturday and another on Monday. I am thankflol to be able to state that the fever ...

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

LOCAL TOPICS. It di FlxnING that our country subscribers, and ca many.of ourjtowu ones, too,. would prefer a larger paper twice-a-week than our present w somewhat contracted thrice-a-week issnue, we A have resolved to enlarge the Horsham Times, and'revert to a twice-a-week issue. Our pub. p lishing days will be Tuesdays and Fridays, ki but we cannot appear in our enlarged form bs until Friday. Subscribers and advertisers of will avoid disappointment if they bear this so announcement in mind. b Tne Dimboola Banner has changed hands, to Mr. E. J. Stephens, the proprietor of this Ti journal being the purchaser, who takes pos- to session on the let prox. co As showing the extentof the wheat traffic TI at the Horsham railway station,we may state ac that on Monday last about 850 bags were pa sent away by truck, on Tuesday 1,200, on a Wednesday 2,300, on Thursday 1400, and ea 1400 yesterday, making a total of 7150 bags ar in the five days. We think that the above to statement, which can be...

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Horsham Police Court. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26. (Before S. B. Bolton. and G. Young, Eeqs., J's.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

llorsham Police Court, 1 Tnsun s7, JANUARY 26. (BIeore. B Bo'ton. and CG. Y.ea, a : D?T' AND DISORDE',LT. j'o41it ýb1 who lIi been apprehurleedl t`1edataele; Daly; , :ý w rs_ ihg n drunkrand disorderly on the preceding dat r a-t--ln.ed 0liand 3s for cab hire. ASSAULT C.SE. John Kelly was charged by Sergeant Lark with having unlawfully assaulted Mary 2 Barrell, a married woman, residing at t lower end of Firebrace.st:oet. Mr. Irela appeare.l on behalf of Kelly. Mary D.- Bsrrsll deposed : 0.x:Wedae day night the prisoner came to my hone, 4 company .with .ahothi'iman i ai ?s rPtr?t it'Parlad, an1 brok:etlie"dtoo ioo hen the prisoner caught hold off me and tried te thror .me down. . .Jaeies Barrell, George Hodgens, and Mfaq :Jane Hodgeas gave corroborative evidence." Sergeant Lrlkan deposed: Blrrell, the husband of tile prosecuatri,came to me at the station shortly after 11t o'clock oa Wednesday night, antl reported that his wife had been asaiultedr by a connle of men who had broken int...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

" Wo'? yae please play us esmethinog Miass Hemmerandbang " asked Fogg. "I should like to ever so muoh," she said, lock ing at her waeoh; "out really;I have,a time." "So I have heard," said Fogg; "but we will overlook that, you know." A man and rough old farmer named Hall, bheaing young S. S. Prentiess speak before Misaiaslppl debating club, shouted oet: " Young man, this is no plhee for yue. Go to Natchez and read law. God Almighty Intended yeao for :big man and old Tom Hall will foot the bills." And Mr..Hal; kept hI~ word. "Do you reside In this city t" asked s masked man of a masked lady at a mastd :. party, the other evening. He felt sick when ahe said to him, In a low voice, Don's be a fool, John; I know you by the wart on you? thumb.". I was hls wife. - a.'1

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WANTED QUIET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

WANTED QUIET. A Esavous looking manwent into a stcre the other day and sat doownfor half-an-hour or so, when a clerk asked him if there was anything she could do for him. He eoidno, he didn't want anything. She went away and he sat there half-an-hour longer, when the proprietor went to him anda-kid if he wanted to be shown anything. "No,"sadd the nervous man, "I just want to oit around. My physician has recommended perfect quiet for me, and says above all things I must avoid being in crowd Noticing that you did not :advertise in the newspapers, I thought that this would be as quiet a place as I could find, so I just dropped in for a few hours isolation." The merchant picked np aboltof paper cambric to brain him, but the man went ona. He said all he wantedwas a quiet life.-Peck's Bun.

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NEW STORY ABOUT GENERAL GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

NEW STORY ABOUT GENERAL - GRANT. IT has just leaked out that while General Grant was travelling in Asia he expreseed a desire to get a shot at a lion. Notc?W.h. ing to expose him 'to any danger, the natives secured a stuffed lion, set it up in a jungle, and then took the illustrious traveller out for a hunt. When the beast was sighted the General was all excite ment, and crawling up to a favourable - position began to blaze awayat the animal, / with no perceptible effect. After firing m about twenty shots he began to get mad, and, taking off his coat, he settled down for a regular siege. Fearing his wrath when he discovered the sell, the attendants endeavoured to induce him to give up the attempt to kill the beast, telling him it bore a charmed life, and that he could not possibly injure it. He told them to go to thunder, that he was alter blood, and was going to have it. After a vain fusilade of half an hour he arose to his feet, gnashing his teeth with rage, threw his suspenders o...

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Household. WHOLESOME ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

WHOLESOME ADVICE. "Ir I had aboy fo bring up I wouldn't bring him up too softly," began Brother Gardner, as Samuel Shin finally quit poking the fire. "Ebery day of my life I meet men who were brung up softly. As boys day were kissed an' petted an' stuffed wid sweet cake and cried ober. As young men day had nuflin to do but spend money, dress like monkeys, loaf on de streets an' look down on honest labor. As men dey am a failure. People who doan' hate 'em an' avoid 'em feel to pity 'em, an' dat's just as bad. When I see a man whom eberybody dislikes I realize dat he was brung up on de goody-good plan as a boy. "If I had a boy I'd rub him agin the world. I'd pntresponsibility on his shoul ders. If he got sugar he'd aim it. If he got time for loafin' it would be only arter his work was done. If he was ugly or obstinate I'd tan it enter him instead of buyin' him off.. If you want to make a selfish man humor de whims of a boy. If you want to make a coward forbid your boy to defend his ri...

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Agriculture. STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN SYSTEMATIC WHEAT-FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

STATION, FARt, AND GARDEN Br Juaosucroo. SYSTEMATIC WHEAT-FARXIING. WITH the common sense, which is char acteristic of quite a.good many of the public movements in South Australia, that colony is taking a leading part in systema tic wheat-farming. Were the question put, to men in any of the colonies who have seen wheat-farming -in several of them, it is more than likely that the state mentwould be made by the majority that in South Australia wheat-farming is car ried on in a manner which deserves to be termed systematic. Bat it is admitted to be a poor system for many who follow it. The Government of the colony say it is a bad and impoverishing process, and they have taken the steps within their power to introduce a better system. This is as it ought to be, and we are glad to be able to give them all theaid in our power towards carrying out such a desirable and promis ing work. The first step taken by the Government of South Australia was to secure the ser vices of a competent scien...

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