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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE SUEZ CANAL THREATENED. London, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
EUMOPLA!N TELEGRAMS. (Fnu:: TIE DAILY TAPEOS.) TBE SUEZ CANAL TIIRIEATRNED. Loldon, June 14. The more extreme members of the national eparty in Egy t makke eo secret of their desire to see the cofltrol of the ~nez Canal solely -eslel in loe:, hands. They openly threaten to seize upon the canel and to put an end to i foreign or?ner?h?p and interference in its :oetrol. The intelliencse received in London on the subject has c eated cor siderableconsternation in mercantikt cieles. Sir Charles Dilke, the lnder.ecruary for Foreign Affairs, has been questlonerd on the matter in the House of Commons. lie was, however, very guarded hik reply, and lisa reticence has created a -ery nuavourrable impeession.
MELBOURNE WOOL & PRODUCE MARKETS. June 14. THE AUSTRALASIAN MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
MELBOURNE WOOL & PRODUCE - MARKETS. June 14. Ti?E AsTBALASIAN MOBTGAGE AND AGENgc ComIA'r report: Woot-There is still mnch activity in this market, and all offerings, which have been more numerous than is usual at this period of the year, by reason of the late arrival of several river-borne clia, have attracted good competition and realised excellent prices. At oar sale on Friday last unr valuations were fully maintained throughout, and scoured sorts especially were eagerly sought for.. Heavy.condilioned greasies brought up to 8jd per lb, and Darling wools scoured at Wilcanuia 18id to 21d per lb. Sheepskins.-Many of the skins nuw coming forward are of considerable' growth and these realise correspondingly good prices, we have obtained for good merino skins, fresh-slaughtered, from 3s 6d to 5s each, and some very large'crossbreds from sheep' pur chased for exportation-byithe Frozen Meat Company, brought asi high as fs 4d each, dryakins may be quoted from 4d to 56d for crossbr...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) Melbourne, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
LATEST iiTELLIGEI?cE. (BY ELECTIC TELEGRIAPH.) (AUST~LALANt PRESS AGENCY.) :;elboarne, Monday Night.: N;. ?raa.s La' an interview with the 2Fremni. to-:J.y snd offered to withdraw his .e;~dme:lt if the P 1'::;zn worl-d agree to ul:ke out the icmissions oi taxation objected to in conunittee. Sir :ira O'Loghlen has :.* ,iven his final- reply. The Opposition -re ecr.i 1r.d to oppose anry withdrawal ", .i. Fan is. ,rAn ction was r;commenced in the County ?uli tc.,h:y before Judge Cope and a pic:ai jlury, fn which the plaintiff was:the aiue. J. A 0owie, who sought to recover .f0 uis a fur libel from Mr. Thomas "ilder, tie wsell kr.own free thought :,uia. Tl;e a:;gcd iibel was contained in a itter lublisl.cd by defendant in the ,;ge ne?w\sl'per, stating that plaintiff had ublis0hed ea omphie: entitled '" epiritualism lm.mtaiked," which abcunded in malicaous ai-ch.jds v d1 in misrepresentations. Owing to several of plaintitff's witnesses failing to .-at in an ,'tar.nce the case was post -?...
METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. SUNDAY. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
M ETEORULOGIoAL NOTES. TguriiUTUzE. : i : SUNDAY. :.MONDAY. .,. - , + ,.momT m.rmGHEST LOWE¢ST In the shade: 68 40,-,+70-: 33 Inte sun .,:' 78: *+,- -85 - Exposed at Niight 32 . :32. - Rainfall, .total..- . .: ,!I.. • :i, .Probable weather. Cold cloudy ind ; . threastening..- :;. . . , eg stcred by E;. M i!ler.
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, JUNE 20TH 1882. The Political Crisis. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, AND E RIDAY., TUESDAY, JUNiE 20uA8sS2. :'I'he Politicail 'Crisi. - IT is with feelings something akin to those-of sorrow.that weifind the colony once more plunged into a state of con usiarable pblitidai disturbance. That -wewere-not-_gether.u___prepared for: this is not to be wondered at, for the politial atmosplhere fo'r some~ tiinme past has beei hliterally auriharged .with .' ',? ; i . . ? b. '? " . highly "klangerous "elements ""liut w .-? ,. , ? '; /, i,.. dl,, rf: scarcely'expected the storm to borstso suddenly- and-just at-this ipartioular time. Neither.were ~we looking in.the quarter whenceit came? l.tlihat Mis. J,. G; FRaacOIS should have been the occa sion of the explosi if rn?"isliav l-bee~r:a suriisse to .eery 6iie' not - bjiirid ,'tli: 1 scenes.; As outrerde1rs are.well aware it was -only the other-day. that this gen tlemgnado.tlitie Ministry onE of k' ery: awkwird fi' indeed regiardingthd inoit notorious Grattan,-aLdress~.and. it. was only natu...
The Channel Tunnel. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
The Ch innelTuniiel ., - - o At a req~ept, meeting of the Submar ine .Cniikdntlal EalilwayJ Company, Colonel Beaumont described the process ofmakipg tl e?tunnel, byineansof, machinery designedjt.y himself and OaptsinEnglish. He said:?'! Captain El -lsh!'s an.m.m',' ,i",c~i~eie;,,ow, ,eis a t the ra f'12e hiir per 'day Sseventeen houii . ,.we ha've every con dnce tn ? i t ine masLie whh- wall fetIdh~ ?:; i3flP'i'"t ?"the'ItIeaig wiil rive dre .at the rate 1 of one yr of headi per hohir If u ha?:t?te satime thing d.one on the French side t?iat' ill be two yirds peri houro'r, in"rouud nuemboers 50 this: pher day The dirtthat is cutabythe machleo s adelvered mitihe wagg ote o tihat tale advance is actually got hp the manual eort? oIf ,two, men o.ly. . i .e man s emlydat the face of the machin a nthrman biida, divn a ese twe represent the ony aue abu 1em:ployed al tthe machine, The yentilation whbich :is, of course, sa very importantmia tter, ? an pl i atolote singz non in con nection wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
nhe". %ones'$ W46SX. THOMAS YOUNG AUCTIONEER. Stook, Station, Land, Finance, anid LOommision Ageitý : j WILSOx STREET. IHOniHA ADVACES made on Leasehald or Free hold Ccuntry Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. _.Advances - mae onWVooLfor sale.eithr.ia the colony or in London. - Aricutnal M.achinery, and ,Implemjetq by thelinbt-Melbornoe'and Ballarat Makers, pnlcd promptly,-andon LIBlA. LTERMS. E decripitiho s?si-oes cnnected wi.ll.the Lands, and 6ther Government lepartments condnctedpromptly,effciently; and economically. Fire and.ife Imnucrances effected in the best companies. SSales of Property or Stock conducted in any part of the colony. S oAGENT FOR Rshken and Gibson, Stock .and Station Aeents, Melbourne and Ballarat. DennYs'ticell.- and Co...wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of Now Zealand. Ballarat Peimanent Building and Invest. ment Society. '- ,: - Valuer for theBallaratBanking Co.,Limited. The Australian M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
WILLIAM~ ADAM80Nr' 00 PRODUICE BROKERS, 29Little Collins-st. West, and ~1'Killop;et., MVLBOURNE. * ECEIVE consignsents of Wheat, Oats, J. Barley, Peas, Grass Seeds, &e., for Sale sn oCommissio . . They also hold Auction Sales of DAIRY PRODUCE Every WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY through cut the year, and, as each lot is competed for by the principal buyers of all grades, TOP ?sABEET BATES are nlwaysa ensured. A:gSALE OF fI G Standi CALTE S Isheld every THURSDAY atthe Corporation Pig 'Market. .. ''Adv-nlica lil-e infa ; Tetiffitr"d' litYyntey on receipt of produce up to nincety per cent. of the market value. Account Sales furnished promptly. CORNSACKS & BUTTER CAS(i3 SUPPLIED. To thie Frimers .of thte Wi ulnie ra. -:. R. CLARK. of the Union ll Mills, Horsham, begs to inform the Farmers of the Wimmera District" that he has XET'ER made any Charge for Storage, and that he still continues ths practice of STOILNG FREE. CHA]lLES Jf'GEORGE ''AILORI (Froni lel~b nnned,) .'iVll Secundus...
OUR GERMAN COLUMN. (SPECIALLY TRANSLATED FOR THE HORSHAM TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
OUR GERMr1Al COLUIVIN. --- ... (bEC?ri" TO .iSLATED FORt TH HOr.SHI ESiO.) The Emperor of Germany left Berlin on the 19th April for Wiesbaden; he intends td retnih ii :tli bgiining of Maiy, for the ptsir pose oL opening the German porliament in person. The Reiehstag is convoked on the 17tih lay. Ini t Prirsias :pisrliidament' thei IHerredhaus (the Honso of Lordis) is ksot willing to pass_ the Church Ilaws bill.which was sent up from the Lower House. They intend to give':discretionay :powers to the Government and restore the Government bill. The Prindcess.Dolgorsicki,,theswidow of the late Emperor of Russia, has arrived in Rerlin acompatied f i her three childir'en Nobody has taken any ~ioiceof hr, : ot kven her awn consin, Prince Dolgorucki, Ithe military attachee to the Ruessian embassy . The Emperor of Austria intends to isit the King of Italy in return of his is ite ;but it oseems tihatdifficualties have arisen. .Francis Joseph is in a dilemmi, i if e visits Hmbiert in iome,it wi...
Distress in the Northern Districts. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
SDistressnithe.Northern . Distrits. The tmivellng correspondent of the "Biidiib Advertider" 'furnishes: the following gloomy account off the state of -ffiiiid inds'ur ortosib f the. nortliern districts ^ 'The losses of'"stock'iibi6 in the iiotli-w'i ' didstrict si·~ii nce : the' ter ojiioii . 6f "tlie wate'r famine aire oiiiethi 'eiiobnm iod s T6 Uivethlcodgh the 'bdifiiitiy 'hnd see the carcasesslyiii aboit' eivosld imgtineid an epidemiic was:g6oli thloifgh'the"dinbli: animals. Thiis'is iaised'by th: coldddamp nights si ddnake6liingSl et?? ck':wbichi had predrioiialf ~eriouesly reduded b the sekliiy girass anld water. Along the nriiiiiod deadt horses, cattle 'and hep,;e ;i~'~"seen; lyin' in ,dozens, e ti( i' iep d of ,the latite their carsses ? ay ?a:' :seieiindotting'%he piddocld s oni theoil~fiis ill"o?e&r. This tr'ouil comiiig on ?thie'electors so soon after:tihe distress causedtbythe drought is$abiositisriouis iitt~an, d· ti minny ime-k n siiplf runlinii tioH. While tra...
Horsham and Wimmera District Pastoral and Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
Horsham and 'Wimimera District Pastoral*and Agricultural Society. A Committee meeting of the above society was held in the Shamrock Hotel on Friday afternoon. There were present-Messrs R. H, Andrews (chairman), G. Glenister, A Cameron, S. May, J. Brake, R. H. Barry, J. Johnson, J. S. Blowden, W. Bodey, H. R. Kruger, C. Curran, Thomson, W. Peterson, and C. G. Rasmussen. The minutes of previous meetingwere read and confirmed. CORRESPO.DENCE. In answer to a letter deopatched by the secretary to the Donald Agricultural Society re date of show, a telegram was received to the eflect that they had fixed Aug. 23 as the date of their show instead of Sept. lst and declined to make further alterations. No action. From Mr. W. Philip, St. Mary'e Lake; expressing his regret that the date of the Horsham show would. collide with the Apsley Border Show, and Which had been duly advertised, therefore he would be. pre vented from mattending.both as was his intention. He also stated that Mr. Laidlaw spo...
HANLON THE SCULLER. LONDON, JUNE 18TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
BANLON TI C SCULLER LNDON, JUNE 1iSTE. ' I' Edward lanon, tic lhampion sculler, who was recently proatrrte by fever, is steadily rccov-eri . lie is, hl.ever, very weak and ill!, and it will bLe sa;e time before he can regain his strength. The match whiech wbas to have taken pl?ne shortly on Lake Wini'eg, between him and Wallace Ross, lhas been !i~itrly broken otl.
GYMBOWEN. June 14th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
,. GYBOWEN. i: (From our orn Correspotrent.) ::: 'liJune: a , 1 . i l4th. : The a Ifi' riiie I cs' malie"for my 11mg silene~ ito:etitte that in common with'other farmers;I am trying to make up some of the timelest during the late drought..At 5present 'the iarmeris a're displying muich energy, so ot 5gnet iah'miob: eond- ias possible under co?p;i and scarcely a farmer is now tobe found noutside his ddock. :Taking all things into consideration there has bee.alarge area of lanil brEk?knup f'r 'cultivaion, and the crols i?hich are'showiig above gjibid'look extremely fwell, especially so'those in the old ground .The chief drawback which the farmers have, to contend against a.t the presei?t time is the continued absenco of rain,'and moisture is required to enable the new laud to be worked. There are hardly any of the. waterholes in our district full yet. :?oe of the farmers are already complain. ing of the ravaes c used smoigst the:youeg 'crops' by the rabbits, the rodents eating the youn...
WARRACKNABEAL. June 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
::: WAIRRACKNABEAL. ir " :(From ourown Correspondent.) - .-Jane 10. SSelection appears to be reviving in this die.s trict, and paegging.is the order of the day. I hav heehrd of no'lessa thaen'nineblocks having been? pegged oit at Dorical. ..: : The police court bosiness on: Friday lasot had to nobe postponed for a month, there only ing' one magstrat" (eIr. .Lyle~ ' .P.) pre i Steps are been taken in this district to in augurate a ploughing match. Themoieement ihas lbeen received wiith favour, and fromi what'I hiear I thiiai'it will be far above' the average :of such ?eeting?. .Liberal prizes .will be offered. , . Wild dogs appear to be noreasoii nm. bers, andin all directions these pests are very Zdestriitivoe abienat theli ewes:and limbs, the latter especially'su~fring. : The young crops are loolking splen id, an I am glad to say we are experiencing most. seanosable weathe, ilfroet being idtfrequent eand ligint.
Political Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
o.. . litical ossp. -·: ?: -=, ? S1. . .. i : i: It is asserted (says the' "Eening World").on, good. authority that Mr. Berry ad:an inte vlew yesterday even ing with Mr Fraicis, when the politi~bl situation .was cdiscussed.....Thie leder bf, the Opposition stated '.that(he co'ld. bring thirty members withf him, and, under the circumstances he eipected to: name six .of a' cabiiet Of ten.. M'? Francis stated.that'he couild not :tiink of suchi a iroposa, liut after soino time he consented to form a cibinet' of ten members, the honourable membe' for Warrnam~bool to be also in it, but with out office. Mr. Francis expects t, take twenty.members with him, iniking in all by the coalition fifty meitiber. s: soon as thip decision becamie known, a number of "Independant Liber-ils; headed by Messrs. Mason and: Woods, issued a circular to twenty-five of their clique, askiing them to be 'reent at a caucus to be held on Tuesday before the House meets. and pmrothest against Mr. Berry's decision. ' ...