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INCREASING PANIC AT CAIRO. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
I NCREASIh PPANIc AT CAfl0. SNews received here to-day from!!iirore. port that the panic among Nthe'Eiiropeans who have remained there up to the present time is continually on the increase, and the greotest apprehension prevails on all sides. The various foreign banking and financial institutions and all the houses of business and shops of the Europeans have been hastily closed, and there is a coisiant? i?dit?a owing to the hostile attitude iof the inhabi tants.
DESPATCH OF VESSELS TO ALEXANDRIA. Alexandria, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
DESPATCH OF VESSELS TO ALEX. ANDRIA. Slexandria, June 17. In consequence of the inadequate supply of foreign vessels capable of conveying the European inhabitants of Cniroad Alexan. dnia out of the country, the Britislh, French, German, Italian, Austriash'hia other Govern mnents have given orders for the immediate despatch of merchant steamners to Alexan dria to facilitate the departure of thfir- sub jects. Every preparation is now being made with this ojbect.
THE PORT AND THE CONFERENCE. London, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
THE POuT AhD THE COiFERENCE. London, Juneii . .. TheSultan has finally consented to accede I to the proposals of the powers for the liblding of a European conferecce on the affairs of; Egypt. He has, however, doneso on thedis tinct condition that the deliberations of the, conference shall be strictly limited to the consideration of the Egyptian question, and that no interference will be attempted with t~he affairs of Turkey proper. .
HOME RULE IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
HOME RULE IN RUSSIA. The agitation for granti?ng local;.an·tonomy to the various subject nationalities included in theRusslan empire is assuming definite shape. It is proposed that the several autonomous states, whilst independaintas to l ral legislation, should form part of an Imperial Coelcderatlon.
EVICTIONS IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
EVICTIONS IN I.ELAD. The number of Insh tenants evicted from their holdings for nIon-payment of rent has shown an alarming increas lati~tf At preo. sent the number of evictions averages twenty daily. In the House.of Commons to-day MIr. C. O. Trevelyao, theChief Secretary for Irel.nd, replyoing to a question, admitted that there had of late been an appalling increase in the number of tenant e"ietioss in-Ieljrct
MONDAY, JUNE 19TH, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 20 June 1882
Momot, JUNE I9STH, 188'. Tho"se: ,ans t.- rovereoeifr~om JameS Kellywoulds?nk" amges? f~ie los'fs o dthe~ag4 feorthe-destrctionof"h a dividing fene-i ast re1i88 t1.a Two gg o clappared far e s~liitiffo Mr Ireland fordefendant. The jury con aisted of the followiang M~ enar. 4lexander Cameron (foreman),.I. Cioen,,..Spry, and A. I'Askil:" 11i. Ireland'a ettemeutof the cse woas cbles;, aind'theieihn hh ?t'et d that he would ask fur damages.ftor the loss of the fence; Kamages fon thedesrnictiot of h laistr age and damages for th loss occraionned by his inability tMiue a pkdd6c'k of' 10 acres practicallyereheied uselest osinc&Fehranrry, 1881. Two other claims were £af13sJtddfor ten sheep, and "2 for stoipping?vh?t,?which Witht-yli4 0 fb-r the fence, made up thwjull amsount-of claim. The following' evideiThe was the 'acalled: " i Thomas Lawes, plaintiff, who deposed that he woas a farmer residing in the paerish of iKalkee. On the northf his halding was adjoined by thantof Jainea Ke...
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882
PARLLAMIENTARY. -a When the Legislative Council met this afternoon, Dr. Dobson moved that it should adjourn to Tuesday next, as the Government could not transact any other:business while the discussion on the,vote.of want of confidence was pending, in -the. other House. Sir Charles Sladen :contended "that: the, Council ouht to pass th:eLegislative' Council Elections Bill, in order to vali patet he provision in which' it 'enacts that those members whose ~ata expire in August :next: may'iit until the last Thursday in November .?'iHe'also sub mitted thaLiti" was imperative "to0 pass the bill,'because if it' were "not passed' before Auigust the whole session might" he rendered nugatory through there nbt being the proper number of members' in the Legislative Council, between the 7th August and the end of November. Mr. MacBain replied that the Cabinet had decided not to transact any busi ness in the Council at present and'the Solicitor-General and hidmself could not act contrary tothat de...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882
LATESTrA?NTELLIGIENCE (AUSTRALIAw PRESS AGENCY.) John O'ilCnnil, a conatablie at Williams town; ivas brought before the local lolice court to-day on a pharge of stealing £29 from Patrick Thomson-of the Britannia Hotel, He was remanded till tQmorrow.a TheCabinet has defnitely:'decided not to' allow'thedrawbak on importedebarleyicon. vertted in i milt in bon :: . ..d-.., Th ation broughtby the Rev. Alexander Downie against Mr. Thomas Walker, the well-known spiritu?list aid-free tfioughtlec tu:er, to recover £250 damages for libel, came on at the CouuntyCourt:to.?oy. - The alleged libel consisted in etatemerntrcontained in a letter published by the defendant in the Age, in which he stated that plaintiff was guilty of malevolent falsehoods and misre presentation. The case lasted nearly all day, and ended by comp:omise. On the suggestion of Judge Cope the case was withdrawn, the parties payiag their own costs. The Supreme Court to-day granted' a rule asi to enter a verdict for plaintiffs...
THE RAILWAY POLICY MELBOURNE, FRIDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882
RAILWAY POLIOY (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) ' : "IEIBOURNE, FnroIDY MoNesIo. The' Minister of Railways moved the secoid .iad? g of" the Railway Bill in the Aissemily to-day, which was 'identical to tlhe:one introduced last session. It provided for 827 miles of new lines. He stated that lie had divided the lines into five classes, ac~cording to cost per mile of construction. The maximum cost was L7000 per mile, and the minimum cost L1500 per mile. The last Railway Bill approved of the construction of '487 mnies;, of which 389 were now under construction, and by next mlonth tenders would be .called 'o: the remainder of the liniesauthorised" in that' bill. This fact should be sufficienu to urge the House to pass the bill as soobh as possible. On 1ist Decem ber, 1881; there were 1247 miles of railway in existence at an average cost of L14,800 per mile. The average cost of lines in the proposed bill would be cousiderably under L4,000 per mile. In order that the estimate could be:carried' out...
PEARCE V. LARGAN. LONDON, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882
, , PEARCE V. LARGAN. LONDON, JNE . 22. Hagar Pearce, of New South Wales, and John Largan, of Wandsworth,?:are matchea to row over the usaal championship course on the Thames from Putney to Mortlake, on the 10th Jul, .