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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

WILLJIAM ADAMSON& O0 PRODUCE BROKERS, ;.; 29 Little Collins-st. West, and M'Killop st., MELBOURNE. )ECEIEEconsignments of Wheat, Oats, I Barley, Peas, Grass Seeds, Ac., for Sale onCommission. ' - They also hold Auction Sales of DAIRY PRODUCE Every WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY through. out the year, and, as each lot is competed o, by the principal buyers of all grades, TOI MAREET RATES are always ensured:' A ;SALE OF . PIGS and CALVES. Is held every TBURSDAY at the Corporation Pig Market. Advances made, if required, immediately on receipt of produce up to ninety percent CORNSAcGS & BUTTER OAEKS SUPPLIED. To tie Farmers of the Wilnlllera. M R. R. CLARK. of the Union Mills, Horsham, begs to inform the Farmers of the Wimmera District that he has NEVEI made any Charge. for Storage, and that he still continues ths practice of STOPRING FREE. CHARLES M'GEORGE TAILORI (From Melbourne,) Nulli .Secundus, Firebrace-street, (Next G. Schurmani's Stcre) Horsham, Mzxo1ELosR PRIcEs. NEW TAIL...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 16TH 1882. Recent Parliamentary Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

PUBLISHIJIP,,tE 1YY UF&I , AND FRIDAY; iJU 'T88g 1118E I °1 Recent Parlinemeiitjjr' e tionss. CAN, anything:be m'ore striking` in'the political' world tlhai" the contrast 'which is Ipresented between the fore casts of some of-its recognised prophets and the actual results. Notwithstand ing that during the past twelve months -when any. acancyhasoccurredin. our legislature it-has been confidently pre dictei that the cainidate, whose cause has beetn chmapiodsed-'by those- wh?om we'have indicated abobve h0? as' tiidn ?le acme of all perfection a? dlinl 'dry way adapted. to fill the required. po-sition, still, the perceptions of the. electors hive been so exceedlingly,?"obtiuse; thit they: havefailed to recognize the graviy, of the situatidon ini the s?mae li ihtt'eiid; with a a?terminiation i- wrlhy of;f'' be'ter cause' have, i spite 'ofth most pressing appeals, notoly fail to recognize _the isuperior cliiimsto the;ac credited caniididate; buit, :with; the: .tdst wilful pertinac...

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

METEORVIOGIOAL NOTEp3. - TEPER TURF. 'WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY. mIOHEST LOWEST HIGHEST L4HB T; tI the ae;X.6_ 50 58 t&! In eal -md Si 68 ~ Exposed ra Niiig n a36 n a s _.ur: ltýý't',,era }ýpd;~ by=Lýýii lla SlLP

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

IT is an old tradition of belief (Bays the Oban Times) that: toothache is caused by ? wonrm in: the tooth.'. In:lGaelie;: "cnuimh" ineans . wor :oorimaggot l hence "cnnimh Ihiacall" signiflestoothache::' Inhaling embkel was!s p5sed to kill)%ha r ita AhL'ibette? idmedy'is: Clemes and Bi~tlkmnahs EUealyp. tine; which cearer tiotbachertiestantl .andt permanentl.:.Soldoiylall alcheritisl the iedlny. Price Is--Agents: Messrs. Kav??an d£ Co.-{ADVT.] TREI.PEOPLE WANT PROOF.-There is no medicine prescribed'by pliysiians; or soll by Drag gists that aenrries such evience of its success an'l -uperior eirtluo l Ilo6sciiEE's GEnsIn SSrnur for severe CoughelbCobs settled:onlthenbreast, Con., umnption, or any dise of the throat or lungs. A proof of that fact is that any person affl?ted a ge SSmall Bottle for 9d and try tilT superior. effet before buying tho regular sie at o Gd., .It has lately ben iutrodudo in thiRmosnty from Gerinsi nod its wonderful, cures, aro atonishingt everyone thotiismb it....

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THE COURSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

THE COUISING MEETIN .The second day's coursing of the Anstra-' lio Clib Cup took. placelat Werribe to-daca. he treather was disagreeable and oqially; Let th Cuorsing was very good,?::In ,the cup. the scon-lr ties Werribee Shadow beeat'Lilli'e Aidae beats Hailstone, Kingfisher beat. Barle ain, Little Battercup beat Bendigo; 0 -blore heat Nettle; Proseriine ran; a by:. In the third ties Werribee Shadow'beat; Bsida, Kingfisher beat Little Buttercup,, serpine beat No More, In the Australiani ore. -The first ties. Teddington .beat: ?laliola, Grenilda beat FaultfinderI Waxey at Western Lady, Marchioness beat Gyda, Bdona beat Professor; 'Western Counte- Sa bje. In'the second ties' reddington G.r.Cesilda. -Marhioness? beat 'mWaxey. & LbetlWeutern Countesa. The neet will be eonclu4dp to-morrows.

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Extensive Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

Sl tExtensiveURobbery. ,t -- o-0 It?i asn?enieported ireporteulto the iolipe that. ;utexteusive robbery of valu a;itleojeweilery,amounting in all-to about: £1500" iv-s °affected some" tiime diuing Saturday night, on the premises of MIr. Joseph A-vipski,.,d ealer, .206. L6nsdaej str eet east" ::It appears thattfnrr a con iderable time' past. vMr -Aviski .h LeeAnt.in hehabit ofkeeping _the nios valuable of his stock;of jewellery in a blaick leather bag iun-his bedroom, an1 ;lp too'dl olcckloh Saturdtv 'it wis. per feetly safe., t that ,tsine the bag;was taklen down stairs into the shop, for-the purpose-of -showing some-sets-of jewel= - lery to a lgdy .who ' wished to: make a iuirchase, and it was-immediately after wards ieturneidl iland jilaced on a table' among a iimberi of boxes near the bed, in I the room where:::--Mr. and Mr~.? invinski and twochildren slept. It was riot seen- again. The family retired albout ten o'clock,;aiftir'tli? place had been: securely locked up. A:t hlf-pas...

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THE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

THE BENEVuLENT ASYLUM. Another disgraceful scene occurred at a committee meeting of the Benero!nt Asylum to-day. On the motion for the cou ifumation of the minutes of last meeting, Mr Kirkus stated that Mr. Smith. one of the committee, was the most cowardly nian in tle reaoom and that his conduct at the last sanetingeould only be aceounted for onthe sunp po·itinn that he hal been dining out. Mr. ,mtih retorted by threatening to give M?r. lirkus a good thrashing. The. chairman stated that Mr. Kirkus brought more disgrace on the committee than any other member. Mr. Eirkus hurriedly interrupted the. chair. re and there was a scene of great confusion. ilr. Gartou tried to induce Mr.- KCirkus to 1it downr when the latter` threw ht'inielf up'n Mr. Garton and a severe struggle en stied until the combatants were separatedby the others members. Betious thoughts were tetertnined of sending for the police. :; l :

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A Cleaver Swindler. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

A .Cleaver Swindler.,?_,r Some months ago severaL .persons in Adelaide.weeale]amenting the hastyiand unexpected:departure ofra wily :Frenichl map, of, rbose artfllpoee thbeyhad been made the.yvi-tims, ?aol now,,we (saiys the S. .!A.,r egsiter) haveo tol record inother case.in, whigqh,a!.dozendod mboe city tradesmen ihase;been,.du ped to. the amount of about .100., :by.- ,swindIler whose cleverness proves:himli to hllaie jeen .an: adept.at .theirbusiness.; ,i.To. \wards the.end ,of, A'rilrla respectable, but sinister-looking,iyoung i nimii, aboiut 24 years, of, age,. who called:hipiself Ernest ?.,HBiyly, And p.lrofessedqtol be the Australian tgent of.:a;-.Lndon film bearing the style of, Elgdod,:Bayly, aid Flower:. (which,byF-:he--ay, .does not appear in the commercial .portion of the London Directory), took Ran office at the Exchange, engaged ,nn:,office-hboy:,?aid apparentlyset ,uliin pusiie?s. ,: IHavinii thus established ,.hiinself, iheoon: May 7lth:addressetd himselfi to the.not...

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RAILWAY TENDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

RAILWAY TENDER. F. Wilkens' tender for the construction of Faglehawk to Mitiamo railway at £64,190, 'as accepted by the Railweay Department.

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TRADE MARKS STATUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

TRADE IARES STATUTE. SamuelWade, the licesce of Brunton's Iotel in Spring street, was fined £10 with £4 4s costs, under the trade marks statute for selling inferior colonial spirits out of Wolfe's &chnapps bottles.

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EDUCATION COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

"EDUCATION COMMISSION. A meeting of the Education Commission -was held today. Mr. Wileon Brown, the secretary, gave further evidence, to the effect that in 1878, scven appo:itments were made by Major Smith contrar! to the advice of the Department; in 1379 there were 211 appoint anenrt made by Major Smith without the erommendarion of the Department. Some of the appointments were made cn the ecommendations of members of Parliament. 'The majority of the appointments were to a:hools in the Ballarat district. Two truant inspectors were also examined as to the workiug of the compulsory clause of the Act. Out ot the whole of the children of Idelbourne, one witness gave an opinion that 1700 were not attending schooL 400 children it was stated were constantly employed selling newspapers and attending factories, and of these 150 did not attend school.

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THE ASSIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

TAE ASBIZES. The Central Criminal Court for June, was opened to-day. Eemily Waite pleaded guilty to the charge of murdering her child. She is the woman who attempted to throw her infant into the Yarra, but failed owing to the stone which was tied tothe child catching a stump. The child lay ex posed all night, and died from the effects.

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MR. GLADSTONE ON THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION. LONDON, JUNE 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

2R. GLADSTONEI ON TEE EGYPTIAN QUESTION. LONDON, JuxE 14. In the House of Commons to.day Mr. *Ghdstone in replying to a question referred to the affairs of Egypt, and said that any discnssion at the present moment would be premature. It was he declared the policy of the Government to secure and- maintain thae existing right of Great] Britain in Egypt. nle. Gladstone added that the Turkish Governaent'was acting in complete harmony -with the great European powers.

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DIRECT CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER.) AUSTRALIANS V. DERBY. LONDON, JUNE 13TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

AUSTRALIANS DBRB LONDON;. Jriss1 . The match of the Aus raliai:leeeni and County of Derby was resumed to-a the weather was showery and the pl·ay iadto be stopped. The Australians continuiied their innings, and at the conclusion of the dayhad lost five wickets for 258 runs to which Ilsurdoch contributed 40. LONDON, Ju?P 14aT The attendance at the match to-day was email and the weather cold and inclement. The Australians concluded their innings for the large total of 202 rune, Blackhas, with d2 was the highest scorer, and Giffen followed -aith 47.

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A Trip from Melbourne to Omeo across the Gippsland Lakes. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

A Trip frqom;el e- to Ome5na acs mi BY Tna Rev. W. J. CSLTroN. I have thought, for the interest of those of your readers who have never Badn opportuityp of travelling through Gippsland, the garden of Victoria, and across its Lakes (to my mind) the most delightfulpleasure trip in Victoria, a little in. the-way ~tA scription would be acceptable. Accordingly at 20 minutes to 8 o'clock Bitthi'e itornii df Thursday April 13th, I found myself on board the iron-horse- at"Princes'sBridge Stati'on~ after- waiitn?a=few miniutes the whistle blew and we were speedin. along at the rate of 30 miles per hour towards surdestination. After passi!ng thbicugh 'Melbdiite a'id its suburbs, the country commenced to- wear a rural aspect, ind fromi: the-i 6 ime e'itered: the Gippsland forest until we reached Omeo we were delighted. The'scenery between Melbourne and Sale is not very, majestic, butit is nevertheless'beantiful. The undulating country,with its thickly wooded forests and gorges, stretching away...

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CONSTABLE BARRETT KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

CONSTABLE BARtETT KILLED. Constable Patrick Barrett, while crossing ]Balmain-street, a level cloasing at Richmond, was run over by a train r?d killed instan eously, the head being s?vered from the body which was fearfully smutilated. At the time when than the aecideut occurred two trains miet and passed each other. At the crossing the unfortunate man was close to the rails waiting for the Melbourne train to pass and he did not notice the other train from Wind wor approaching. When the last carriage cf the Melbourne train was past, Barrett walked straight on in front of the Windsor engine and was immediately knocked down. ]eceased leaves a widow and three children.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. .o (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (AUSTRlALIAN PRESS AGENCY.).; MELBOURNE, T?U?SDAy.-- PARLIAMENTARY. When the Assembly met to-day, the Pre anier explained the position the Government intended to take in regard to the motion pro. posed by iMr. Francis Iast evening. That oen. member stated he did not wish his motion to be taken in an unfriendly. spirit, the Government, however, had no course open but to to treat it as a motion of wa?it of confidence. If Mr. Francis had really i,,ten-led to move it in a friendly spirit, he should have done so when the House was in committee of ways and mncans, and was con E?ldeing each l roposal of the Treasurer. In movi:ng in con:vt;lett of supply, the whole of the financial proposila of the Government rcre .?sai!able. In1 thus stating the deter mination of the Government, he wished to ott.e tha.t in view of the representations in.tue to the Guverunent, he had, pre vic?s to Mr. Frttncis's motion, .decided to mo:lify the proposal in ref...

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THE STEAMER AUSTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

iTHE STEAMIERu(ATSTRAL.., The new ste$ii sliii'i;;8stlll?thlc finest of the fine crafts w1hiclh ,okipose the Orient line-has arriyed n us thie Al.ert Docks after?ia ,most successful probationary run frori":the': bilding tail at Goy0?. to her :blti:an ti.the Ih2es-arnun whict was.,as gratify inglto the owners as (it: wtvs: :dlightfuil: to hose who had therprvile?e?dof ashrit inglin it. I understi-i the shi'p'"}will' bhortly be thrown open"topthle public forla few days, so that (all. maritime London, if it chooses, willifhavie ~·i' li portunity of inspectingg e ?t`ei .qule 'ain terdal arrangements ,whichform thl chilf feature of this newr(steamer, That the opportunity :liadi estion' Will be taken ample advantage of by the daily visitors to the dockis, as well ,as by the natives of the.place?,'goes with out saying in a district?[where every thing in nature is moe"or li3s unutical. IThis latest and fins,, dd:aitibii"td'the Orient's fleet distances by a long 'way, both as regards speedai...

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LATER ENGLISH. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

Iý _ ders, one of tthe ? at -cattle kings of I3ohtana, who was then a poor youth, _ withnothing-to recommend him but a spotless reputation and a brave heart, became enamoured of a Kentucky, ble whbse;fatttir wass a a~ici 'iian. ?i tenderness was reciprocated?-,fut the parent of the young lady refused his consent-to lihe iharridagJ al1?ti in "exoi~ble. Yomng `Saunders was too honourable to press his suit in a family '?vereh is" presence was unwelcome. He sought an interview w:ith the girl's parernt, whdfor, the 'twPý4ntv rdM"dd liýl?itf?le drhliim to abandon all hope of marria-e as far as his daughter was concerned, as the difference in their social positioris wasi4an-instl'ritiaitintiblW barrier. " How much are you worth I" asked theo young"lovei'Ir?'ransfif r my propa rty' ito~ iiillion dollars cash," was the haughty reply,? . 'iVery well," answered young Saunders, " to-morro - morning I leave for the West to,carve sot' a fortunie, arid when I ?can sizuipl to your million dollars I...

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TRICKETT AND HANLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882

TRICKETT AND6'AINLAN Few people who withessed -Trickett's det?at on the 15th .~oember ,i1880; and followed him thiroughli (the snlJse quent disasters which met ,him ,in pjdedriadd:1ase h erel ,ever dresimed thliat he wqnll hare .the?emriti :8at te pt' to e erne the verdict of that "a¢, and to try to wrestithe, champion ship from the invincible: ,Canadian. Týere' ieci 'dbib;however; that on the oeclia c gffy firs.t visiteto, Erng land--even on the day of, his defeat on ! thdc-ThabiesL-r-Tricket ::iva in:a eel state of Iiealth. It is"well no thaý szi ce then ie has, ,been holing ihard regain .his strength, ;in order to enable him to win the lauirels lost. But the fates hyave been, against him, and wheo ?J e Australian appeared en the Biver,on ,nday, last it was as clear as theoli)ght as the lovely May :orninn that he was phsicallv'Incap-. able -o hPiag- anla a e-o-was eight-en :monthsabefore._ The issue of of the race-orirather "procession," as it happro ely ben called--was a foregOn ...

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