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SIR HENRY PARKES. Brussels, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
SIR HENRY ?AIKES. Brussels, June 11. Sir Henry Parkes is meeting with a most cordinl and hospitable reception in Belgium. At Verviers and in Brussels he was much itedl and enteltained at dinners. In re ?ornding to the compliment paid to him, he said that he hoped, by means of free trade, that the commercial relations between Bel gnum and Australia would be increased. Sir Beny Parkes bas had an interview with M. Frre-Orban, the Premier and Foreign hui ter:
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 13 June 1882
GAZETTE. &nbsp; &nbsp; 'The following lots of land remain unsold: Horsham.--Sale on 30th May 1882. Lots 1 to 9, 12 to 25, 27, 28. no offer. There will lie a public hearing in Horsham, on 26th July, conducted by the Land Officer, to hear reasons against the forfeiture of Kate Hogan nee Myers, 151a, Wallup. The following applications for licenses have been granted to other applicants :-Richard Kinvig, Kiata; Richard Barber, Kiata; Geeo Crouch, Kiata ; Cephas Haines, Kaniva; Charles Hayman,--Nerrabeal.-- The following applications for licenses have been approved :-Patrick Murray, Jellakin; Gottlief Mackenzie, Woorak; Geo. L. Buchanan, Dollin; C. J. Little. Vectis E.sit C.'J. Little, Vectis Easf; W. M'Hugh, tent. license, Dimboola ; Alex. Morris, &nbsp; grazing license, Nullan ; Robert Seott, Grazing block, 720a, Horsham; Bank of Victoria, Grazing block 721a, .Horsham; Broughton and Younger, Grazing block 722a, Horsham ; W. C. Messer, Grazing block 725a, Horsham;...
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
Local Land-Board, A Local Land Board was held i the Court House, Horsham, on :Wednisday, the' 14th June, 1882, at 10 o'clock a.m., .when the following applications iiunder setion 2 of the: Land ,Act- 1878,, were dealt with " -'. A. Arapiles.. i.. 1 illiam J. 1riWn, 230a 33r 0ip (forfeited selection of David Walton; rec. 2 Mary S:D lby, 320a; ailol U100 ; ree. 3 Rebecca J. Brilby, 1491 fir ; ree. S Booroopki.- 4 James Qg .cbgr, jur., 32Qa ; reo. 5 Patrici?;yery,-.20a; eedommedid jZ ] 6 Ann Willis, 120 ; recommeded. ( Briigalbert: iIC:)0 i "7 Rose Kealy, 32Ca, (A Cameron's for ` feitadiselection); recommended'[U' : 8 Emily Themson, 320a, -(R. Thomson's I forfeited selection); postponed. Caichep. 9 Iibercht.Korte,, 320a, (Sanml. Cameron'ts Ifrfeite??electin)j;refn'eedi?" Charam. 10 Thomas J. Parry 320a ;ostond. C1 e .Connancorach.o nk '11 Frederi?kiRook: 320a re'ommendek].a , 12 Edward YVorerk: : 20x, (fdrfeited'lfee tion of J. Unger) ;rerf-sed,'; i 13 Anme Fraoer -320a ; reoom mended ...
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
PARLIAMENTARY. -0 At the sitting of the Legislative Coun cil ou' Tuesday the.lillrtorremove dpubts. as to thle bvalidit? of ýhe Legislativ, Cot'udil El?ctions-for 1882 ctwas fur ther dealt with. and reported to the House, gwhich ,is . to"meet-again. to pass the 'bill' 'throughs its `"rdiSining stages. The Bankers' Books Evidence Bill was also passed through committee and reported to the House. The debate on the second reading of the Judges of County Court?(Tenfif; 6fCOfficd EBill was then resumed, and the second read ing was agreed to after several members had expressed the opizifni that import ant alterations ought to be made. In committee, clause 3 was amended so as to placethbe?Judge gof-. Insolvency 'id Commissioner f Titles in:the same posi tion as regarded their tenure of office as judges of the County Court. It was further decided-thatthe1 CA6uny Court judges should only be removable on an address from both Houses of Parliament instead otfom ione House as ilpropoed inthe bill...
Horsham County Court. SATURDAY, JUNE 17TH, 1882. (Before His Honour Judge Trench.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
nuersam County ourL. Sa?uarY, JUNE 17aw, 1882. (Before His Honour Judge Trench.) The following is the list of cases to be etermined as above - 78 Murphy v. Lloyd ... £5 0 0 79 Stewartv. Robbinsa... .. 10 0 0 81 Turner v. Bcck .. 50 0 0 184 Brown and another v. Kiley.. 8 0 0 85 Jeasel v. Doyle .. 85 0 88 Brown v. Prendergast .. 15 10 0 0 Gregory and Co. v. Powell.. 13 0 0 91 Bullock v. Yeomans.. 3 4 0 94 Cameron and another v. M'Qninlan .. .. .. 57 9 9 ,95 Langlande v. M'Qinlan .. 75 2 9 99 Rasmussen v. Ifirth.. 4 7 0 100 Dagnell v. Anderson.. 17 9 0 102 Stevens v. M'Leod .. 3 16 0 104 Walters v. Milbourne .. 3 16 0 105 Bank of Victoria v. Petley.. 10 19 0 106 Same v. Hoffmann .. .. 9 6 6 107 Carter v. Hoffmann .. .. 19 19 0 108 Bodeyv. Heard .. .. 4 0 0 109 Wallace v. Price .. 24 0 2 110 Prop osh 47 0 111 Buil yý 19018p,ýl -f 5'?4,1 0 .112 Same v. Green .. 129 18 0 120 Jeffrey v. Bullock .. 5 0 0 124 Warren v. Price and another 20 12 0 125 Lawes vPrice ..3..11.6,18 4 124 .66 132 Sam...
NURRABIEL. June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
NURRABIEL. o - ----- (From our owinCorre&endent.) ': Since my last we have bheen. blesedawiith' delightful weather, seasonable'. showers ,codi tinueto fall, sufficient to keep the ploughs' going in the new,land, of which a'large area' is being brought under cultivation this yea,' Judging from the energy displayed by far-' mers in this locality, should the season prove favourable the returns 'next. harvest will! be nearly double what'they have hitherto been,as every farmer is vieing with 'his neighbour a to who shall get the most crop in, .prompted no doubt by the high prices ruling for the past.season.' Although the sowing season is far advmnced very few have finished sowing. The other morning a young lady (daughter of a very respectable peace loving resident) called at the rost office for letters, she re ceived one addressed to herself, and upon opening it, it proved tol be one of the most disgnsting anonoymous letters that could be' written; the contents vere' most disagut...
THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
THEI EXPEPJRIENTAL FAI.M; President, P. Phillips; Vice;iresident, W:' Tarrant ; secretary "and treasirer 'HI. LI Amees. . The report of the committee reExperimen tal Farm wis received and adoptedaon'the mo tion of Mr. P.hillips,seconded by Mr. Amess.It was also agreed' to instruct the secretary to write to the Minister iifofrmiig hi nof the site selected for the Experimental Fornm.:, Mr. Phillips nmoved, and Mr. 'I:earat sec oundd, "That '.the. )secretar; :i-ritq r't. :'l~ ii M1inister ofjlsaandfor a copy~ of Land Bill'iitli plans attached foir use of the committee. Carried .. - The following report ewas als' reciv?'d and adopted .:- . •. Warracknabeal, Ma0j1t0h. Gentlemen, I have the .honor.to. report on)ltehnalof the committee appoitited to fix noon"?:'suitable site in the mallee for the establishnient of the projected Experimental farm; 'that Mr: Kelly and myself, on Thursday ieekl25th ultim6:; travcrscd the creek as far as Batchika fdir!th: purpose of .examining Iand fixing n up...
THE RAILWAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
THE RAILWAY] MEETING; " Mr. Tarrant in the chair. Correspondence was read from Ardegra; KNWell and Sheep Hills Lengue.-Received. From W. O'Callaghan,-- eP. :statingshe had received a promise from the Minister of' Railways that the line would-be ifeludodidI the first bill. Mr. P. Phillips moved, and Mr Rowe sec "onded, Thjat the best thanks of this meeting he accorded to Mr. O'Callaghan for his energy anz .promtitiude in obtaining from the Mini=ter the rroiise of extension to Warrack nabeal.-Carried. Mr. Tarrant moved, and Mr. Phillips sec onded, That in tlie' event of a-liie of railway to Warracknabeal not being concludedin the first bill, our representatives be requested to move'an amdn;ilit in Ptrliarieht that Aieh! a line be included.-Carried. - The meeting then- adjourned to the 24th June. ,. . "
Horsham Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
Horsham Hospital Com mittee. -0 The monthly meeting of the above com mittee was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Wednesday. Present : W. Drummond (president) in the chair, Captain Bowden, A. ern . .Andrews. V. Prytz, H. R. De ourcy Ireland, C. G. Rasmussen, C. G. Holmes, and R. I. Barry. MOfUTES. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. .
WARRACKNABEAL. June 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
- WOARRACKNABEAL. (From our owen Correspondent.) .June 12. On Saturday eveninhg lastfthere were three public meetings held at Phillips's Hotel, which were well'attended:L The first was thli raiht*y'meeting, the 'econd a meetiig'df the Football Club, and the third ameeting of the comnmittee for promoting the establishment of an Experimental farm.' ' -.. The footballers elected the following officers: P. Phillips, president.; G.;Bell1 vice pretident; 'ad S: Lyle'" secretary. and. treasurer. About.iti-?entyimembers were enrolled, and the secretary was instructed to correspond with other clubs.,,
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
CORMESPONDENCEL From Daniel Li Poon, Dimboola, enclosing £4 5s, subscriptions collected by him.--Re. ceived with thanks. Information supplied as far as practicable. From Mrs. BfoItjf lup, enclosing £3 3s collected by hor toward te institution. -Received with thanks. From Inspector of Public Charities, re questing to know the prices of various articles of food and comforts used in the institution; also the number of cases treated, and the number of deaths for the 12 months ending ,, - l- i10?qý.tjop.requirnd to he lola yti secndy dit? the in. coming house committee. From J. T. Barrow, Kewell, stating that the proceeds of the last concert would be for warded, the delay was owing to a number o committee, being elbourne. requesting to be furnished with the printed reports of the committee.-Attended to. oussE COMaeTrrT's REPORT. Gentlemen,-VWe wish to infpmm you that we have visited the hospital'on Several occae sions during the month, and found the instil tution well kept and in good or...
Lowan Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
The usual monthly meeting of the above couricil vaihthditr theslficedialflIDinibdola on-Tuesday,13th Juoe, 1882. -Present--Cre SWardaW .?ri, andt, uchd atrt. Go p I lrj;EITES .bi Themioantd ofh.t N e m?? n- wcere rand: id&lt; colfirmedtlntiA is of aCr ac'dohtl, oeconde?mby i.&- as ainitl outward cor pos ease ý dosL c a dr ninfel0"L , p roati fom Linirnorh to Y ady rtoiwl ?B;dji Sh ringch rd . £18 17 Contatoe1`rl Grubbiga a e eon Sthe.r na . 1 ei?T? sei Contract N ?. 7-.Gr bbin and clearn 'thedd o0!dh tnh o'roN dN. o th c lilli d d tionLannfh o in jelerph Sin paris £Hind?p7o1d1r ,i TI.t h 2, td Oa CO RR 8PON DEC SE. tFieoa r Hettsn . W.o ioriet P rresi'i eelcnti nhnort to oct ol l-: a~8arilenk the reshe?l.eribgiat R?.eaih acre18s Is the`,oi thwitgh Ropieteiou selection, _ CE Z.LAnD WEST Inqurts...--Ic o. Contmract No? 7Q - Ger? ?in and clearing the road froe ~l dri o lehtion rest to 0rnda. Feh.-ip M eth oitny From Hon. W.?la?, o, ?Pi ,t ma, nthe resegyctptoliehi;emieb...
Wilson's Soap Manufactory. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
Wilson's ?? afactory. We yesterday p id a 'urried visit to the sonp f 5atsJifcbry of. Mir W'ilon ti1treew Park, and Itl?uolt }vyare m'e.b5 njtlsni cia versaut ft thu vfnishte pros 5c sisployct , he magl? 5aetueof 0oc of .tlhe oat lia- phs.blo iequisiths'in t ,\cigy ",ldullhh?.d,i4 IL there is-much- toLe-seeu and learnt by any one at all intere pj1rji 'a of our local ia dustries, and on _haL, ?eoanunt alone the .past?h?lfilent~.isi.wall .Worlioy rfS visit. r. tWeila gO fopýpencetp?rations in a nsmsl hy saoumiohee,.yers agul..an1 t'.my ho es=iily seuppoeda;,thatr'',l his alLS to conteninjith o? ,ordinaryd iifculties in ekitetling his busiies .perations, chiefly, owirig'? tq. the prejudice ,tlstwe. all eknoiwis lapt tos uininfeat itself in .tle,g ps f:: anything that isi manafactr e at .qr oyn oaPes. ;But we aroe p;loe e. t bc inforne;m.kd, at this androliher ,obstacles hatv :been .gcadually. o-?vretme" and that tae articl,e nanufaturel by .\lr. Wilson. owiug to its intrinsic erxcell?t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
THOXAS YOUQN':G. AUCCIONEELR. Stookg Station, Land, Finance, and Commission Agent, WILSON STREET. HQRSBAM SDANCES made on Leasehaldfx Free hold Contry Lands. '" Advances made nn Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in the colony or in London. Agricultural lachinery and Implements by te best Melbourne and Ballarat Makers, p Every descrption of business connected Sith A'old: othe.'Giovep oin' De ?Ti A autT-promit y,e fei?lnly, iro and Life Innsurances effected in the 1, ecompanies. Sales of Property orStock conducted in anypart of thegcel" . - ,-' AocESr OR Figken.,,iand. Gibson,, Stoclk .and. Station 3;geaents,? n&Bll'a'?-ata. a.- . ' lgonys: LaoceIirse aad (Jo'.o vol' aran grain` c: brokers, GelonLg. TheVictoria Fire Insurance Co. .: The Nationil.Fire:Insuranse Co.,- ofNew Zealand. .... ., , alisrat Permanent Building and Invest. ,mentSociety .. Valuer for the Ballratlanking Co.,Limited. The Australian Mutual Provident Lifs As mrance Socicy. : .., . BORSHA3...