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Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY, JUNE 16TH 1882. (Before Mr. S. Bolton, J.P.) WIFE DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
Horsham Police Court. . FRIDAY, Jne 1Tre 18S2. (Before Mr. -;. .Bolton, J.P,) WIFE DESERTION. John Kineally, brought up on remand, was charged wich having deserted Ann Kineslly his wife. There wvs no appearanoe of the plaintiff throunghillness and the ca was withdrawn' by request. DZEBT, Drummond v.J. E. Llnucester for the _e. covery of £3 16s 6. for goods sold. Nout erved, exteuded. Saimev S. C.' ' ancaster for the recovery of £17:. 3d for goods sald. Not servedl, ex tended. :J. Edlwards v. E. F" Rerifroey for the re covery.of £12 Bl 31dbalanc of an acount and iiiendddfrabinu8 lls 21 e a:ipearced in the summons. Mr. Ireland aplpeared VF thoaplaintif, nd n Mr. TwiJg for the do'lfen dant.: Mr. Twig" pio.~,-edel to point oui that the benchha'tnu jurisdiction to d3a with this casre as the crisinal amo?st h, been £25 is 31,-u re.uctton of £13 having been made since, and quot~ed a clause in sup port of his argument.? (Mr.. A. Cameron, J.P., here took his seat) - -. Mr. Ireland hel?cd tha...
A NEW EGYPTIAN MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
A iEW EGYPTIAN MINISTRPY. The .Khedave, yielding to the avieeof the Rusiano, German, nod Austrian consuls, has instructed Ragheb Pasha, who is known to be a creature of Arabi Pasha to form a new Ministry. Later. The new Egyptian MIinistry has been formed. Itinclndes the following members: Premier ano Minister of Finance-Ragheb Pasha. Minister of the Interior--Rachia Pasha. Minister for Foreign Affairu-Yeky (Zetki!) Pasha. Minister for War-Arabi Pasha. 1I500 persons sat down to tea the other ntghton the occasion of the eleventh annual aemonstration of the Yoeng Men's Christian jAsociation.
Horsham Fire-Brigade Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
Horsham Fire-Brigade Contienrt A graceful and well merited complmedt' was paid to the members of the Hormhain Fire Brigade on Friday evening, when ' ballad concert wnas given in their honor, anl an address presented at the Mechanics' Hal. The present conceit was the second of' series which MR. R. Troy Knight and h~ talented feniaraa'sy~ iipejig- n aid of locald insttution1,V~di*i54nal~t .lthat too much praise cannot be accorded the family for the , ieew with wshiehhth *4ve theirservices Phmorse ie gofIthem tainment, the bnrigadiers, headed by the lor sham Brass Band,:, formed a torchlight pro cession, and!marchled through the principal tholoughfares-of tOl, town.-r Along the? li ne ofimardh-largc ?imbersof'peiipl' had con gregated, anqd. he general opinion was that the processi ?b Ta?riiierl1fhrnishcd avery presentable display, not tb e least attractive¶ featuretoftwhicli was iHe 'aidsome appear qne?,The upifor, distincguiohing ban42men I .nd fir'em, which ishowtd-·.lut' U: .ind d r...
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
GAZETTE. A public hearing under the Land Act nill take place on July 26th to hear r5anso, agiinst the forfeiture of the following: Edwarid BoyleMinoimay; Samue, .d'Cosaeh7, Booroopki; Margt. J. M'Conachy,Boroopiki; Margt. J. M'Kay, Booroopki. The followino applicatioi?s for licoensc have beeii approved of :-Thonls? Wihe'e ?. Minimay; Christian Propoach, Lah Aram; Rchlal V"allace.e ?erang ; JoSeph M"Kidyi~ Wairroqoot Jobn A. MC!'c,' Cannu ;.VWalteri.lurtah, Yao Nat; Ga. W.B. .Matthews, WVoorak; Vm. C. Kt Carchap; Danaiel Jorce, Wallup ; Charles 1' Hayesan, Darragan; Mary J. Ile-lop, Lili Aruln ;L Charles- "iy •utehineon C"a, ' gorach; John HaiWkiLs, Konoiera; 3Ma2r c Heeian, Konnepra; Samuel Gibbs, Batvik; Michael Grice, Kellaole Thomas G. Fry, Woorak Tho'niis Hitcitis, Batyik; Dv?d Eldridge, Toolondo .;:.Thios. Darby, E r' Awonga and ChAram ; Morison Drysdie, Minimay~; Winm.; Olugston, Werrigar; Alen. Clngs:on, Werrigar; EdJwin 0. Chall, Bringalbart; Francis J. Chaplin, Bing1 bart; ...
Horsham County Court. SATURDAY, JUNE 17TH, 1882. (Before His Honor Judge Trench.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
SHoRham UCounty Court. rj -^ ---0 - SATinur , JvE 1 , 1882. z (Before n Honor Judge Trench.)] The court opened this morning at 10 o'clock. I. MPALCATION. Heath v. Murray. In this cause, which had been struck off the list, Mr. Perry, on behalf ofqthe defendant,, said' tha ý notice of aii&ontinuance had been given by"the'pla-i tiff, but, on behalf of the defendant, he con-. Tnaedt-dTiithTi~itiiWhad not been given in time, seeing that it was not until the 14th, barely three days, and his client who re sided at Minyip, had not received it. Under thoee-oircumstancehe-contended hewas' efi. titledtocots. . i SGeorge'Mrray, the defendant, depoued that he had not received the notice of'dis continuancetill.9, o'clo2k that mornieg a Dooerd.:;'.3 ,t-'iiPJ 'C ;" v: ,'. u. . Mr. Twikg omn behalf of thelipTitiff, con tended that_ sfficient timnahad,intervrene for hiethe cenoti,:to. baYe:beo.reeived and acted -on. His Honor: At thi stage I must .rfuse thi applicition:'If. proision'i ins de ...
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
LOCAL TOPICS. Acco?uranicoi this issue .rwill be found the seippleiment usually furnished with the Fri dhy's'pnhlidatibon,• bet which Wve were pro 1rlri1 fmC msnsnnln. With uorl]asn- nslc. er. "fi-eFiday's~;'Gazette the rents due on the v?aions runs in the Wimmera District for the first half of the present year are published, with the unual intimation as to forfeiture in cases of default. TcE following accounts are payable at the Beceipt and Pay office, dorsham:-T. Pen. der, Emily Leehane, T. Rudolph. F. L. Smoyth, and W. Pulford. ,TEs pleasantness.sf the weather on Sun day had the effect of causing a large number of the residents of Horsham to indulge in driving exercise. During the afternoon vehicles were constantly bemg driven through the streets of the town, and on several oc casions Firebrace-street bore quite an animated appearance, cwing to the numbers of buggies and pairs; and equestrians. The favourite drive along the Stawell road, in the direction of the Grainpians, was ve...
UNDEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
UNDEFMEDED CASES. Edward Jessel-"?_ WilliaiimDoyle : An action for the'recovery of £4 4s 6d for board and lodgigg. Mr. Bacchus for\plaintiff, there was/no appearance for defendint. George Nesbitt deposed that he was for merlykbookkeeper in the plaintiffs employ, and thlathe amount was due. Verdict for £4"4?6Joasts to be taxed. . Turner '.BaPBcek: An action for the re covery A£50: Mr:. Perry' for plaitiffl Mr. Twigg for dfendant. Verdict by con sent, coet to be taxed;- - E. i. Bhitock (asignee) v.\-Richard Yeo. mans : An aetion for the;' re'chvery of £3 4s due, to W. . 'Walsh's insolyent estate. Mr. Twigg for plaintiff'there was no appearance for defendant Verdict for amoudt, costs to be taxed. .. v . ' P. R. Stephens v. Phillip Woolcock. A snmmons for the recovery of 3 16s. It ap peared that the debt had been paid, and Mr. Sherard, on behalf ot the plaintiff, now ap plied for costs. Application granted, to be assessed by the registrar.. ... .. I ' :.J.E.' Carter' v. -Rhdolph Hoffiaa...
Serious Colliery Disasters. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
-Gr xet- emeitwas maifted Durharl bn.18tl Aprili, whebnitwasire portedithat one of thdse;disasters which unhapjpily arenot.rare in'the., disttiet, had taket,,place at .the ,.Black . Horse Colliery, Tudhoepa pitt' ini the--Brock well seam 'home~sai utmiles, westiof the: Trimdom. Gringe Colliery, lately: also; the scene of, ?:l;disaster, ::At first. the news was:to.theieffect"ithat hy.!an •ex pilosion of gas 100 men. had..been impri-r soned, and of this number it.:was, not known how:many would be :broughti up alive; but' as:shon as more. reliable ii- ; formationP'could.. be;.obtained, . it was known thata far less number had gone down as thenight shift.: It was shortly after 1 o'clock in the'morning ,when the explosion took place,:when at the time fifty-one men tngageds asstone men and shifters' weroe working. below, twenty nine in the Busty seam and the remain der in the :Brockwell seam, ninet) fathomsdeep.; The men in.the former seam fortunately succeeded in.making their way, to. th...
The Grattan Address. MONSTER MEETING AT BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
,:.:,The Grattan ?adress;, .::? i MONSTER EETINd~' ATBALi &": pubihc'meeting, which (saya Satir-, "d?'? ,,'B?uihih lourier)'for enthuias: ic expressions of loyalty has eb'ei .enequalled in allat at sinc ih memor kblje ,iiiglht f pe olil dftei dlsatict~ assembled in the AlfredHall i .ti1868 in iindignat denuaciatidon of tli: attempt iade ipon. the life of th :'inuke. f Ediioburh, ,was held"in the Alfred Hal 'lat niight ."Sdoie i?6e be'foied 8 o'clock the hldl was flllediand by the time the 'speaeiaes ipipeaed' dio the platforil there could riot have beie:les than 4500 percons' cramlid in t iito 'h e h iliincuding a number of .ladi: who occdipied the, allery, whih was specially se apart fuir iheir accommodtion "Upon the 'platiform ' ore "the Hon. ajor Smiith, Messrs Bell,'"TdI M Ooll, and FinchanI"tIL.Af the lRevs."Jos$ph Walker, W. Clark, T'.damsiio A. It Eda iraid a ~uihbetr of' other erile men May"or Wiilson i peniedthe ie" inbt, havim" to attenkd a speil meeting il the Wat...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
, ?Qstrich:farming is likel~ytobecome a ibig indnitryinJthe . Ageontine Republie. About8i xmonthiagq ablout 500!.oatri ,ches,,were inpor.te?.from the .Capea Gol ony, a?tJrlI ,heal~that thefirst .shipment .f.feather.to: the.. Lonlonr market?,bas unt takenplece. . Teleperimengo the importers convinces theu that &he aver age i feathiersgro!wyi-n,.the Argentine .Republioswill.be finer than those pro duced athe:Cape.i; This considerition, combined with.the grpstertcheapness, of land, and .the:!vast isuperiority : of. the pasture,.leada the jmporter, to! believe that that country~,will, within five years, be the gre~lcentre of lostrich farming. .Here js a,hint for speculators in Queens land and South nlAustalia, the :northern par"t of which a$t:a ell as many portions of the former colony, would Ibe favour able for ostrich:farming. :i: i:: .:
THE PANIC IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
.PTHE.PAYIC-INE GYPTZ The latet news toi hand from Egypt re ports that the panic among the foreign resi dents at Cairo and Al-xandria continues un. abated, and they are leaving the country with all haste. The vessels trading to the port of Alexandria are crowfled, and the men-of warP inhhftor are also ateoiding'veryaiaist?ne, in-accordanee with the'ordei''-re?ided 'frcn their Governments.
EMBARKATION OF BRITISH TROOPS AT MALTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
EM?ARIAETION OF BRITISH TROOPS AT IMALTA, Intelligene8- received from Malta an nounces the arrival there df the Channel squadron, which recently left England for Alexandria. In order to be prepared for eventualities, the-transports accompanying the fleed are engaged in embarking troops at Malta, and every preparation is being made for ecquipplg a suflficient force. It is under. stood that this will only be landed shonild the necessity for eaction arise.