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Concert at Kewell. June 9th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
Concert at Kewell, (From Our Own Correspondent.) June 9th. On the evening of June 2nd a grand eon cert took place at Kewell township, in aid of the funds of the Horsham Hospital, the affair turning out an unqualified success. the chair was occupied by J. T. Barrow J.P., who explained that the committco arranging matters had decided to make an effort to raise a fen- pounds on behalf of that very necessary and essential institution the local hospital, and it was felt that the method now "dopted Rould prove the. most successful .catcould be tried,as,in addition to assisting iii'a:good cause, ticket holders would be pro vided with an enjoyable evening's entertain eiint' arid thlis receive good value for their money, in another light. Mr C. J. White of Horsham and Miss White very generoasly gave their assistance in furthering the object anied at,'and were loudly cheered upon as cending the platform,and indeed through the ihl?ole of the eveinug their renderings brought tli6 hlise downi as...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
THOMAS TOUNG AUCTIONEER Stook, Station, Land, Finanoeand commision Agent, t ' WILSON STREET. HORSHAM DVANCES made on Leasehbld or Free hold Ccuntry Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances made on Wool- or sale eitherin the colony or in London. n . AgricultMltl chiiry adtplement,, by the bealrseltFurn;-and Bal]rat Mikers,_ nappwed-promptly; andon-l LBERKX. TEa a-. Every description of business connected with the Lands, and other Government Departments condnetedpromptly, efficiently, Mdneconomically. ; . Fire and Life Insurances effected in the best companies. . . ,, Sales ofProperty or Stock conducted in mnypart.of the colony. . AOLET FOR Fisken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Lascelloa and Co.. :wool andgrain brokers, Geelong. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance -Co., of New Zealand. Ballrat Permanent Building and Invest. meut Society. ' ' '' "." Valuer for the Ballarat Banking Co.,Limited. The Australian Mutual ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
PRODUCE BROKERS, :':' 29 Little Collins.st. West; aid s'Killop st, MELBOURNE. ) ECEIVE cnsi?Ements of Wheat, Oats. It Barley, Peas, GCrass Seedo & fdPSale onjCommission. CoThey also hold Luctinn Sales of DAIRY PROD UCE Every WEDNESDAY :td FRiDAY tlsroghi out the year, and, as e .,h lot is competed for by the principal buye1S of all grades, TOP IAERKET SATES are aFlways enssared. A SALE OF. PIGS: and. CALV.ES Is held every THURSDAY at the Corporation Pig Market. Advances made, if required, immediately on receipt of produce up to ninetyper.cent, of the market value. Account Sales furnished promptly. COR'SACKS & BUTTER CASKS To the Farmers of the wimistiera. M R . R. CLARK. of the Union Mills, Horsham, begs to inform the Farmers of the Wimmera District that he has NEVCLt made any Charge for Storage, and that he still continues ths practicr of?TORING FREE. CHARLES MI'GEORGE TAILORII (Fronm Melbourne,) Julli Secundus, Firebraee-street, (Next G. Schurmann'a Stcre) Horsham....
MONDAY, 12TH JUNE. (Before Mr. F. L. Smyth, P.M.) VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
MON?rAY, 12TH JUrE. (Before MIr. F. L. Smyth, P.M1.) VAGRLANCY. Richard Barney, an aboriginal, was chr.rged by Sergeant Larkan with being a vagrant, and received a sentence of four months iinmprisonnment, with hard labour, in Ararat gaol. An inebriate was discharged with a caution, and the court adjourned.
Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY 9TH JUNE, 1882. (Before Mr. F. L. Smyth, P.M.) DEBT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
]'"Horsihamn Police Court,-: '" FRIDAY O9r Jiuxi 18S2;7.-:: . (.r Before 'Mr F. L. Smythb, I -) DEBT 'CASE. . 1-John- Willims v. ,Samuel Anderson sdummohs for thne recovery of £2 is 2d to which a set off, amoiuhting to £8 17s was putI in. -'M Spread; appeared for complainant,! and-Mr.-Twigg for,defendant.' Mr. Spread' stated that the set off which had been pat in was an old account which had been settled by, therespective parties lougago in his presanqe, and that the amount now sought to be re-I covered-had been contracted since. .iHe.was' prepared to go into the witness box and de po- e to what he;had stated,, which Mr. Spread accordingly did. In answer to a question fromn the bench, Mr. Spreadsaid :that the previous settlement:had booee ar-; ranged by-the defendant who was .then;in court.; - .' " ,':Mr.'Twigg said- the real defendant iwasa female,-wiho was not present in court, neither was she present when the .alleged settlement was said to have been-effected. Tho'P6lice Magistra...
Sudden Death of Mr. Aherne. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
Sudden Death of Mr. Aherne. S A magisterial enquiry was held by Mr Dawson, on Sunday evening, into the'circumstances attending the decease of the late Mr D. F. Aherne, barrister ' at-law, who died very suddenly in the Smorning. The enquiry was held at the Slate residence of the deceased. The Sfollowing evidence was taken:- - Marian Aherne deposea-I am the widow of the deceased, David Francis SAherne. My husband has beenin poor t health during the past week. When he e went to bed I gave him medicine ordered - by Dr. Syme-chiefly,I believe,bromide i of potassium. I have been in thehabit when he was unwell during the past year of giving him this medicine. He suffered greatly from want of sleep, and Sto produce that I gave him the medicine: SHe slept on and off during last night. SI administered the dose at about nine n o'clock, and retired to rest at half-past ten o'clock. My husband had been in bed during the afternoon. He woke in the middle of the night, and had some s oranges, and w...
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN AUSTRALIA V. NOTTINGHAM. FIRST DAY. London, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
THE AUSTRALIANELEVEN. (FROM THE DAILY PATERS.) -, AUSTRALIA V. NOTTINGHAM. Fxi'BDAY. .. London, June 8..1 The eighth match played by the Ana tralian team since their arrival en England was comiieeed'to.da'y against ai eleven ii the county of Nottingham, at Nottingham. There was a very. large attendance on the grdiind, ?nd great interest was taken in the match. The weather was showery during theday, and the wicket, owing tothe rain which had fallen, was not in first-class order. The team elected to represent the county comprised the following players:-=W: Barnes. .W. Flowers,'W. Gunn, F.- Morley, J. Scotton, Seiby. A. Shaw, A. Shrewsbury, Wright, Butler, and Sheridan. The Australians went first to the wicket, Bannerman and Massie commencing the innings. The former was caught fox 12, and thelatter run out,-.11. Murdock, who fol lowed, played carefully, but when he had made 13 he was caught. Blackham, with 56, made'.the highest score on his side. He played in good style, and his runs w...
NHILL. DIMBOOLA, NHILL AND NORTH WEST WIMMERA PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
-0---: 0 e.?T,? m: ...... DIhMBOOLA, NHILL AND.NORTH.WEST WIMMERA PASTORAL; AND2AGRI- D I CULTURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the committee of the above society was held nt- Walls' Farmers' Arms hotel on Tiesda'y, 6(th. inst.. ,Present: Mr. Macdonald (President), Messrs. Haycroft Bone, Caisrerbn, Bateson' Oliver,~Kosminsky, Rintoule,Campbell, and several other gentle men. , Moved by D..Bone,, seconded by J. Hay Icroft, Tha?"'ttel'miniutes "f the prdvions meeting read be confirmed.-Carried., -The secretary stated he attended a meeting of delegates 'at' Murtoa where. some of the various societies had dates fixed for their respectives shows, and wished the Horsham society.to alter their date to the 23rd and 24th August, and was in communication with Mr. Rogers, the secSetary, to interview the Com mittee reipecting the alteration of late, but had not yet ,received a reply. He also in formed ?he rpeeting that the had transferred the credit balance, which amounted to £121 8s 2d, from the Orien...
Horsham United Gas Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
5Horsham United aas Com S pany, . The birat ordinarygeneral meeting of' sharieholdes'of the above nameed company was .held, in, the Mechanics',Institue, on FridayI evening last at half.past seven o'clock. Tihere was a largI attendanea of 'shareholders,a;id Mr R. Clark, chairmanof- the beard of directors, presided. The Chairman e?pressed his plasre at the gooddattensldce as it showed that the share. holder;i took 'an. iiiterest in the company. Th' directis h$ d c? ?don the .ffairs 6f the company as ,ecohismically as possible, as the. balance sheet wduld thbwv,nd thie business' to be transacted at the present meeting was to receive the Directors' report and balance aheet,-and elect three directors, .but-the. retiring directorsiwere eligible for re-election.; Mr. Rogers, the Secretary, then read the' following report :-The Horsham United Gas Company I;iaited:.-Y6didirectors 'have I much pleasure in submitting the balance ,sheet, for thh last six: months; t.;gthar with a short report of...
THE LAND QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
,THE LAND QUESTION. A mnost enthusiastic meeting .was held at Nhill on Tuesdaiy,.th ilnt;i when ,th6 fol low?ig-resolutiunwas ariviedat hatd carried unanpsnoly?: -TIit thinmeeting wpuld strongly inhpresshpon our representitives in Parlihment the urgent necessity of im mediately dealiug with the Lanud Questiou, and especially with the mallee country, and in any case that?At is.of the utmost import. ance.that the latter.portion of the resolution or bill should be dealt with sVithorit Idas of time. as the country is being overr?n` by the rabbit and wild dog plague.
NHILL HOSPITAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
NHILL HOSPITAL MEETING. A meetiin'of the committee of the above institution took place at Walls' Formers' Arms, on Tuesday. 6th instant. Present : Mr.D. Bone, president, Messrs MI'Donald, Oliver, Campbell, Kozminsky, Rintaule, Esdaile, Hoycroft, Ward, and Cameron. Moved by I.TKozminsky, and seconded by R. Itintoule, That the minutes of the previous meeting be read and'confirmed.-Carried. Five tenders were opened for construction of the hospital building, the lowest of which was'£618. Moved by ' . Kdominsky, and seconded by T. Ward, That the tenders submitted to the committee are considered too high, no doubt caused by the excessive rate of carriage, anod would postpone further action in the matter for.three, months, and then call .for fresh te?iders. Moved by F. H. Olive r and seconded by R"ItB?ntonle, That a :portion of themoney :handed over at list'meeting by M. Kozminsky, belonging to theMechanics' Institute fund, be not received by the hospital conimstte'e. "Mr.?"M- Koziniisky '...
CORRESPONDENCE. BROWN AND BRADBURY V. R TROY KNIGHT. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE HORSHAM TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
CORRESPONDENCE. BROWN AND BRADBURY V. R TROY 211T Z?.I;NIGHR . ,to.,') (TO THE EDITOR 01 THE HOnSH1 a TIMEs.) Sm,-With reference to the late law case: the verdict was given for 14e 6d for the amount of two taps supplied and fixed for-Mr. R. Troy Knight.V We ,wisor no.,td :enlighten our customers a.e.d thies iulilic asogenerally to the facts?bfithd?c6a AbAnt the end of January we got an order from the Government to put the "beer engines" in order at the railway station, and while we were doing them, Mr. Knight told us to put two new tape on in the cellar and charge them to the Government; we did so, and the consequence was the department struck the item out of the bill, and told us plainly to charge them to whoever gave the order. At the end of the month we sent the bill of £1 to Mr Knight, which he declined to pay_ as he thought the chages: weci exceasive. Our items were these :-17s for the two taps, is for telegram, and 2s for fixing on, and we had the receipt from our brassfounder...
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, JUNE 13TH, 1882. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
Ele `oar ps Z xines.: e 0- al PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND ti FRIDAY. ci TUESDAY, JUNE 13Tar1882. fc LOCAL TOPICS. "THE Ilustrated Australian Neis is to hand for'the isntgobig mail, and contains a number of engraviogs of.passing events. a The frontispiece gives us the "Torchlight pro. to cession".of the Fire.brigades. There ie also a' tpage of. the present.number devoted to the T portrayal of the varied ,phiases in the life of 5 a selectdoron his fiii~, embraciiig. milking, al butter:iiakii~jIploughing aiid s 'oi,; which a will prove of. interest to iany' conversaiit with such'avocatif is., The" irent,wieiichks cl Timnaru, New Zealand,' also aifford the. artist 71 an opiportinityi of; presentihg iss iith..taie ft scene of .theijeincentca~ttrophes at that place. Is The ,i rinMbo atteiding. the l iiveiling of thi a moinment eecently erected in the old ceme. a tery, to thei 'i ior?' of the pioneer, John Batman, takes us back to the early history le of Victoriarahen there was but little ...
WARRACKNABEAL. June 10th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
,'WARRACKNABEAL. (From our own Correspondent,) : June 10th. SOnThursday last Mr. Gregoiy held a sale of Ytock and sheep, which was well attended, the sheep:realising good:prices. - At the close! of the sale I have to record that a'young man,; named Robert'Alladyce, had the misfortune :o have his leg broken: It appears that so soon as the sale' was over, he' and tvwo or three.dther young men got at football'andi.re kicBking the ball about wheii a scrimage ensued, and Alladyce fell and fractured his:leg. He is now under the care of Dr. Black. A largely attended meeting of. the War. racknabeal Wild Dog Association was .held at Phillips' Hot6elb'nThursday last. Mr. G. Bell, J.P., was voted to the chair, and Mr. P. Phillips sas'elected hod.' secretry. Mr. W. Wood moved, and P.,Phillips seconded, That an 'iiissiiatio?h bh forrhsdd; to lia called the Warracknabeal District Wild Dog Suppression Association.-Uarried.. Corraspondence was read fromntheCharlten association, enclosing a copy of ...