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The Exhumation of Celestial's Remains [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
The Exhumation of Celeistal's Remains &nbsp; &nbsp; Rather an uncommon ceremony was &nbsp; witnessed in the Stawell Cemetery on Monday afternoon, namely, the exhuma- tion of remains from one of the graves. It is well known that Chinamen are anxious that their remains may be con- veyed to the Flowery Land, in order that when the transportation to the land of bliss takes place they may not be missing. Some months ago, it maybe remembered, an application was made &nbsp; by the brother of a Chinaman (Kum Weng) whose remiains were intered in the Stawell Cemetery, that the body might be exhumed, in order to be con- veyed back to China. The Law De- partment having replied favourable to the application, the work of exhumation was performed on Monday afternoon under the supervision of Constable &nbsp; Stannage, and as the ceremony has not, been before described, in many colonial journals,a very-brief account cannot be out of place. the party who undert...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
oANTED G ook 'akkod LLandess' A ip Aply 1MisarPoteir,' ESth Brightonis C7;ANTED,50 o Pick andsShovel.'Men",.on V1':, thoeW?,ater fWoli.r near Miny'ip. Apply at J and A Price'' sto'," 3MtIoa, or on th'work. ' George Murr donti?ctor'. 'JANTED -an (Active Yoding'Mau.ltfor ' yard must be able to Imilk--Apply. Wnm': lobi?ioh',Shlamrock Ho el " iA T'AN TED'IKNOWVN thbiitaM11o jRan'lis ~ I -prepared togo out DRtESSAAEfjNGI or do othe ,Sewing. i Good Machinist, mode r Groiiid:' "' ' , ... ": 1, , ,- :.r I a -? "r .... . . . .ANTED "t4IFJUlCLASEE c f"B3NT,. S ,, a FARM of 300 or .600 .Aroe, and to estate' price per acre- Apply -atonce to' J'odhn ;J. Bodey~jrijr.; Joan Jong."" , '. W ANTED Horse and Billock Teaims for S. I -convoying goods from. Dimboola to. Nhill,. ,wth chance of back loading Horse Teams,'30s pier'tdoi; Ballock Teamsi, 203 per Apply- ,: f; . PERMEWAN, WRIGHT &, t:TAANTED .KNOWN.'That YOUNG & .vr:. SON, 'Painters, Paperliangers, &c.; havin?.taken the p...
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 16 June 1882
Owaso to unavoidable circnmstances we are unable to issue our usual weekly supplement t6oday, hut'will endeavour to do so on Toes day. '-. , r IT has long been a recognised institution in many towns having local hoepitals,for the in habitants to forward old linen, illustrated papers, and entertaining bhooks-for the use of the inmates., This has long been the custom in many places, and all donations- of the kind are mentioned at-the publicmeetings, and' reported :by the press. The effect of which custom is that many persons who might not otherwise give- the, subject any consideration are reminded of the valueoof such gifts, and are induced "to ga and do likewise." -This' subject ias mentioned at the meeting of. the Hospital. Committee on Wednesday, and it was decided that an ap peal should be made to the inhabitants of the district in the same direction, and we are quite sure when the appeal- i'iid: tihat it will meet with a hearty response. It was` also decided to ask the' committee...
Benevolent Asylum Scene. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
Benevolent Asylum Scene. .The disreputable, scenes that' have been of such frequent ocernsence at the meetings-of-the committee of manage ment of the : Behevol?nt' Asylum reachedldie culnina.ting' piiot yvesterday . (Thursday)w A' soon as:the iiiesnibers of comniittee hald adsembled (Mr. Whit ney) in the?hir, Mr. Kirkusr:iefefirred to a' report which had appeared.in the daily newspaper respecting the'tc'onduct of Mr. Smitlione'of-the- membeis of committee, at the lest ordinary meeting. .JMr. KirktMs suggestedithat that portion of the report .iefdriiig," to::? r; Smith should be included in the minutes :of the last meeting, which were about- to be read._LThe ..newspapers reporters, he thought, should ,either bha excluded from 'th nieetingdofkthe: committee, -ibd hav6:'rport sulipli-ed to 'them,' or iuch portions of reporf.s as lie aluhded to should be reportedibo in the ininutes. Mr. Smith was 'the most cowardly manu in the committee-rodmi 'and' his condoct could ofillybe acdslsdi ''...
A Garroting Instrument. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
A Gairothii Instrument. An extraordinary plot- to murder a nurHijber.of the ?iedlical medical idin of Berlin h's .recently" been discovered. Thbjec ot thj proposed crimnesap pears tohi~ve.been.simply: plunder, and the selection of medical men aPsi ctimr. was-owing to the diabolical considera tion 'that the exercise dof their riofes on rrlddelrltliem e.sy~ iject .iTwo isi dividuilis taue op? day o !ij.li45 t??:t,. tion,and stated:thiatithley-had airranged with aitliirdi~j>rson, ,hained! Wilkd to hire furnished rooms in different parts of thie town, and, under the pretence of illness, to get a medical man to visit threm, andrtirheito i murder linit.y mul6hir 'hf a strnii-ilingisntimrnenr, which wonlj firiirendAr in~Mpowerles; -.iTheni they;, *pdoiedito ttoi thetlodyi intba±tlIc :waTrer'ifb iTitbra-w enti tis'. lescriicdl 'as conesitiiigiifan'iron colliry a s?rt of long steel incri,'of wlhiclionei pnoi.ioi was fixed'in ailon,; holl6w :.iron Itibe, andl he ither' movable,: an il.co, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
THE PEOPLE WAlT -POOF.--There is?' _?vere'CobhI0 4olblsa:s~tttkd h ~ the t "eet Cod emptioe. o a.ndhrae dfi±bk tlndZ t pe nhgs;i A prO i.r afflicted an ge?]t a Smmll "'o3 e1er~g iendtry its superior effect 1eifi~ 6ithg?ite-egular size at 4s 6d. It has lately been introdsced in thiq conlrc?y from cerncy adlits wsonderful cuee eee estonsehing ereryone that usesit. Threedoeessi reliereany cse. Try it. All Chemists ned Storekeepers. Wholesale by Eacg, Toxeslr? k C., Mtelbourne. :?:i t;;, . '?;?+?i? s.~:R U T 'Si~.~~ : ? T: : • •e , , Will give us aolong and j H appy Lilo Togethe. ," ,t -,r -. • ,,In every boins th~roughaot aui ..?ted natnu?e, [rnm. th6 most insisnifldnt'in tsect to-thre must enlightened, ennobled, and htghlydeselopeabi beiug, wengtioee,adeeply-rooted love for onam.po.esston before al othern Nld thbatis the possossion of LITE. \Vlw t well mea not gine to presore hi lifo? Tho..lue of:richer titles,, honour;, power, adl!'!worldly' :proo~iece are as nought compared with the...
Two Boys Buried Alive at Sandridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
iccKrril. abo, 9 rlock I.. eiiig (Thiiraday at Sandridge." Itseumals t for the' last fe' days donie boyp have. idei ili''tLb hebit 'of' eeting on the banks of the Sandridge lagoon. Beyond the Graham-street bridge, near the gas rlks,:on' the banls ef thei lagoontlierk 'is a smiall sandhill, the top of which: is partially covered ivith h rass.--ht? this hill the 7y~hi bo ed "about 6ft. and they:were in ;the i habit of mi ting 'there;, lighting a fire,and feasting.~i Last evenitii four :of- the' 'boysx named/re 'spectively RichadB.,' M'Conkeyr- Wm. Murray, 'Ptrick - rM'Lean, and: James Hiopei met as usual, andl had a tire burn ing in the!burr~owv They had 'been there some little time, when the bunk siuddeni~y gave way. "About two tons weight of tsanid :fell and' buried :them: Hope was niearest the entrance, 'and he 'managed'to work:his way iout, whenihe instantly 'igave ; the: alarin. : A.: man name Pae, who was returning from his work aethe'gaswiirks; hearing the boy' screams, hurried...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Thursday, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
L?GISBLATIVE ASbSEBLY; Thursday, June 15. The Speaker took the ehair at half past 4 o'clock. THE POLITICAL SITUATION. Sir Bryan O'Loughlen said,-Mr. Speaker,-Before the House proceeds to business I desire to-call-the- attention of hon. members to' the positioii of affairs. A motion was brought for. ward last nighlt, but the hon member who proposed it said it was not in tended as one of want ofconqfidence ini the Government. As it was late at night, the Government wished to maturely consider the terms of the resolution, and what it was aimed at, and after so considering 'it they have come to the conclusion that it must b treated by them as a motion: of want of confidence. Its terms evi dently display want of confidence oil the part of the House in the Trensurer. and in the general policy p'roljosel'by" the Ministry, and we cannot regard it in any other'light than of want-of-con fidence. I may point out to hon.-mem bers thatit is pretty clear • that in one respect the motion is not in...
The Comet. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
"The Cae~.l ..--------. :.~. The expectations which have been formed concerning the magnitude 'and brilliancy of our celestial kvsitor have scarcely b;ee' realisd -Wh?ds the cdmet was first noticed by its discoverer, MlIr. O. S.- Wells, at the Dunley Observatory, Albany, it was a very small object,land could not be seen without the aid, of a telescope. .ItL:-;?ri fgn, however, rapidly approaching the sun, and itlwas computed that at perihelion its light would be, jmore than 3,000 tmes greater than at the time ofdiscoce Comets? .- periheli6o? it wj??iimr ,!ark are ,generally .b.ghter than estimatej from the mhatheieaticl computations based upon earlier observations, butiat the same time it was pointed out atat miuch depe?led'upon the physical cqp stitution of the comet. If he.had, as w.as ehievedt alargeg an a6fiyenucleus, it oughlt to display 'io 'Ju?e a tail otf iimense proportioii, .£A? 'een on Wednesdayeyenisg g.:?te ·.ll?Wurne Observatory, thenioet 1p.resented ? large and planet...
ENGLAND AND THE VATICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
ENGLA.D AND TUE VATIC'AN. The runmean whieh geined currene7 at the t of M r. Errin,.ton's visit to Rome, re peeting II e ltentI-n of the British Govern-i lent to cnabish diplomatic relations with he Efo! See, b?re again been revived. It is -ow confi t(t stated that Mr. Gladstone liop00eP to ncecdit a permanent represeiita. ~iie tn the popel oeort.· .'"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
PTANTED'50 Pick ,and Shovel IMen ion .:r: . the, Water7 Works: near, Minvip - Apply a.jnd A. P1ice's stor.P .ur.tona;,;or work George Murray, contractor' ANTED KNOWN that Miss' Rya iis * . ' .,preparedto go dnt DRES.-SLAKING or do otlhel ;Scag. '- (ood Machinist, oder i.te .harges.- Addrass :. ,ppositeo Show Grou1i - Sh G. . ..ri .; . .. .. * . * " --'.? ,.*.,. • . 'AN E ED,,to PURCHASE -oir ENT S,.iaFAR f i300 or600 Acres, and to 'stte pricc per acre-Apply at oce.to John J. Boday:joun r.i'JdinIJung : :y ANTED. i KOWNM, that-ira s;E. 4Jones, . . .. corner of]Fegaran rKostford-streets, cleans genlein'isa Black Cloth Clothes and Felt Hats; also ?'ladie BlJck Jackets andi Mantles 'Orders, left 'with "J3 Poim&eroy opposite the railway, station; will be attened' ,''TNTED KNOWN -That' YOUNG & .: SON,:Paintern, Paperhairigers, Ac. haviid tOken the premiaies lately occupied by T. McNeil, Firebrace-Btrret-(next door, to Wi-hers' Fruit _M t',ae'rgpbared to exe cute Paiu ng-gi ...
IRISH ARREARS OF RENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
IluIs ArUE&rs OF RLNT BILL Slr. Gladatone has announced in theHonse. " Coemmnas chat, contrary to bis previous - .mph.tie d'cearation, the bill providing for t.e liquidatuin of the arrears of rent for hieh Ir;ilsh tenants have become liable will be allowed t, take pr. cedence of the Govern ment measre for the prevention and punish Zent of agrnriao cnines in Ireldand
PARLIAMENTARY. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Thursday, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
. A ALIAd1ElAR N LEGISLkTIVE COUNCIL The President took the chair at 16 minutes to 5 o'clock. THE -POLITICAL ' SFIT ATIO N;, Dr. Dobson said he had to thank heon. membersi-for inakitrig l'a :Konse sufficiently large to secure an absolute majority for the third reading of,-the I~gislative Conil fEleotions Bill,ibut he had also to-express his regret that the attendance was in vain. -A-motion .had been proposed in the other House :hljptie'hbi:nniember for Warrnambo6l, and the Government had unanimously arri~ledi~at the:decision' to treat that motion as a direct vote of want of con fidence. He was instreiicted byithe' Premier to ask the House to adjourn, and he: accordingly proposed that it should now adjourn. Mr. Belcher suggested that in future the Solicitor-General should sisd a circular or telegram to. country mem bers when he required an absolute majority of members in the House. Mr. Andersot: stated that there were 16 members pIresent in the House to ;passthe Legislatsve Conecit E...
FLIGHT OF EUROPEANS FROM EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
FLIGHT OF EUIOI'EANS FROM EGYPT. Despite tie p:cift prstestations of Arabi £anh;, and the fact rthat 200 arrests have been made of persons aecused of being con -crned in the recent outragcs, a panic con Linues to prevail amongst the European -Esidents in Egypt and a general exodus is taking place, Two Austrian chips of war are under oidcs to sait for Alexandria, and the officers in command of the several 19sndrons of the powers have received in atrations to take on board their ships all persons of tieir t eszcetive nationalities deairing to quit Egypt Thousands are taking adsha-ge 0t the opportnnity to effect .heir escape, andu the Khedive has in the meantime If,,gd of the r ultao to rend 18,000 Turish tresotE pt to restore order and fkrep the Ksatijsti?ts in ch.erk.
THE PROPOSED EUROPEAN CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
THE 1EOPOSED EUHOFEAF CON FERENCE. It S generlly felt in diplomatic ci cles thbe •nlv way out of the :.esent Egyptian jflicuity ic to be found in the reference of it matters i. disputle to the nrbitrament of a c·nference ef the Eunopran powers. Under ibee circun:starces England and France ;ate rzenewed theis pioposals for the holding , a cenerentce. Replies have been recdeived iromn thile nmjority of the powers consulted, nd they ore unanimously favourable to the early convention oef the conference.
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. (THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
*MELBOURNE PRODUCE oMAK~ET. (r n WEEK S TRAnosCTs.IO.) .. Dunring the past week there has beez' little doing in breadstuffs, biat towards the close a strong inquiry sprang-' up for feed grain, resulting in princes adv liciag. This movement will, donbtless, have the effect of bringin" forward aehipnefitfs from New Zeailati;, a our htest adice sotate that 'nj to the present time exports from that market. have ben extrenmely ismall, henc~i it is not too'mnin'k ' epeht.ithaw iith the. improved prices rulegothere the opportunity will be seized to'commence sending suijplier forward in suflicient quantity to meetiour market deemand. Passing to the operations of. the week little business can bb reported 'iii'" breadstuffes, .th ,posoion, of 'holders ,ind, bnlirs reinatnng 'the6 same. ..We. hoar of New Zealand wheat being aold-in- bond' for .lhsry'at Gs_7d. This may berecarded sas aillustr-log. id-ei-o of. itogs. iix/thie. Northl.eastiern districts..' On Mlonday we did nbt hear of any tdhin~...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. June 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
BALTJARAT WHIOLESALE PRODUCE S? n " :; r Jnj 1 3fesss.,Cncs. ViutoniN& Co. report: A very small supply of grain came forward this week but a fair supply of- oats to-day. :Buasiness onth:whole has been rather quiet. Wheat-The supply and demand have been very limit~d,~a few~ ile-haisvsjlien miade during the week at 6s Sd to 6s 9d, but' nothing of any impor ance. Oats were slow of sale early in the weejr, but to-day con sidering the supply prices- were better and sales made at 4s for Tart?rian, and 4s 1d for short oats. ay-Manger is still dull of sJle dan&-sheavs had a falling market all the week and to*ds y g-Upp omlng for ward somiEl-nulty afexpeieced in quittig.tllem.. eyen at lowerat .We' quote masige at £ ?.6 6 1 "heave inferfor to medium £4 10s o £5; goodto prme £5 2s d to f£5 10s loing'rateii. PFlour Sales have been dificult to maks Msd a few small sales have been iadinp tbE14.