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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 23RD, 1882. A Crisis Averted. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 23RD, 1882. T?_slate NAPoLEo; in~ earlier part of hins `career , i oeld'thai ide lbe) wnss a ciha?d h i lelife a i elusion he. exposed himshlf in the most 'reckless:. oanner"to dii?-ger and ceritainly often escaped in a most miraculous manndr. Other people would attribute his escapes to. good. fortune.- .Now,. weado" not" lnow wHether Sir BRaYx O'LoGnsLEN imagines.he has (politically). a charmed life_ that encourages him in running great .risks, but we certainly dod?know that he, isno,sooner outof one-'dainser than he.i itito another, and coes'ont of. bhem all with safety, and all thinga consdideeid'li'h': 'must ::be Irebgarded ss.:. a·':yerk ·a cky' felloi, 11 t a:,short .timeaisince he ws .cleverly rescued: , by' M.dI ~aiNACId from the danger brouglit 'upo' liii. by the Serebe?sibl 'conduct of' =etain mem-, ?rs signing a disloyal-address. When de.;rote laststhelsttd'ahip was bump trmi:alarniiiglyag~inif a frish l?i"eker raised?ibyi7...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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FIFTH DAY—THURSDAY, 22ND JUNE, 1882. BULLOCK V. MILLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

FIFTh DAY-TtURSDAY, 221-D J jiTr 1882. BULLOCK V. MILLER. An action brought by R. H. Bullock as f1i. cial assignee in the estate of J. F. McAuley to recover from C. A. Miller the sum of £13 11 Sd. Mr. Twigg for plaintiff. Mr. Spread for defendant. John Fraser McAuley desposed from his trade hooks that defendant was indebted to his insolvent estate in the amount of £13 11s 8d for goods supplied. Defendant admitted his indebtedness and promised payment. The sum of £1 2s (for money lent and In. terest) was taken off the bill, reducing the claim to £12 9s 8d. Had delivered 20 or 30 bills to defendant. Charles A. Miller, defendant, desposed that he received goods from the insolvent to the value of £9 14s 8d. but had never bor rowed money from insolvent. Insolvent had not delivered 20 or 30 bills to him. His Honor referred to the fact that he always required delivery of goods to be com pletely proved, and said that only £9 14s 8d worth had been proved to be delivered. He gave a verdict fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

IMPORTANT : 'HOSHA ) IME N O.UTnr e s teN, ±10 .: ,-;Es.2+l;,?lis E. ' O ·;, i ...UBLISHED EVERY :: TUpAY AND FRIDAY. ": 'JORSHAM TIM,". .-1l ± .I I ? r. ?. J r :,..<-;;. , o?O)DEST ESTABLISHED PAPEBRIN THE VAST wnVIMIMEl, DISTRICT, •7i ,v 1: . Imo....... £, ? T , And has been i CONDUCTEDfT U&RCiENTEI RaEi :r? :::"(AND'ABILITY - SThat it has kept'fllvyLabreast with the : `.''"... • Progiress' f the Disrct.Ic T" , Ults Powerful Advo6sey of the jest: dems ofl all, classes:;of thei conimaniity has been coiasantly acknowledged, aand itli.Political i"ederation be ,justly. earned for it a :. IDESPREAD POPULARITY:' J'he amioun of reading matte id btli Gr-eat and Varied,, rendering?its nesinteresting.to residents in the mostdistai? arts of the District a ;d a I LITERARY SUPPLEMENT, U*··- D'P'LIL EVEYFEIDAY, "i WELCOUME,VISITOR :TO THE FAMILT? . . DIRCLE. ±, (CU o,ci1 DIRECT, CA'BLEGRAMSI ARE. PUBLISBHED .IN?[EACH?IISUE; [ .., '- ,AT. CHRISESIMAS- A-;,,:(,' !i Double Chris...

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FOURTH DAY, WEDNESDAY, 21st JUNE, 1882. BULLOCK V. ANDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

Fgos¢,?Y ', si-'-t .?Y 21st Ju?h 1882. Ki E.:':· , I t:7pr , CKr _v,, ,tcERS .;. ? :, '.I '; .- A..loiin. for £3 7s 5d,i. which'had since beeni paidi.eMe ITlmsigg fcr'plaintif'I Mr. Pierry for defendant.. , ' aThl 'coineselfor plaintiff, asked for.£/2 17s 6i:lbbtieJlwhich was., £2 5s i for liilif'll fedas03 coihnsel'Beii, ahdI's 6d for sli?imbuas. Aoicoulariletter hao.beenissited by:plaiiitiff, as executor in the estate on 22nd;:May' threaitning.:legal .proceedings if the claims were ndot paid within a week. Within the week defendsnt wrote: enclosing a chequo;. IThecheq ie waals 3d short, and this amount wasaftdrwards paid. .:MIr. Twigg's appliaes tionforicosts was refused. Mr. Perry then made an application for costs. He urged that-his client had paid the amount of claim' before: the summons was issued-No notice of discontinuance had-b~ie ael,l and defdndant had hbeen kept' fibiT Saturdav till Wednesday-at court. Defeq?t?nt?intprd the;box and swore that he had never authorisedanyon...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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Remarkable Facts Regarding Tubercular Disease. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

Remarka61e oFacs Regard r ing=TuberoularDisese-. Profesor Tynddl comimaniicartes to: "The Times" the substance of an ad dresi;dele veredbefore the Phybiyolgicil Society of Berlis, by Dr Koch' oni 'The etiology 'bf • tderict ulrdeasei c.Dr.i c, sosexperiments, which are,lon: the: iame lines.with thei'reseaiches of f. Pasteulirito the' 6iao''bt "dhtihrax, or charito n 5t h"fth ihst turherr cular diseaseli 'iich includelcon"sinmp tioh and ecrofrla, antdwhirch carryoff oneosevenii h `o' h, human race, areduie to ro ape rasite :"It was,'.thetsaysi: "ia, the' highestIdegre impressive to observei :,n the. cgntre of thl ubercle cell thti. n rute rganism which had created it...,Transferring dirctly.;by. nocdidatioii the tuberculous matter: rom diieased 'animiils to healthy one , he in every instance reproddcid the, disease, ..Tgy. meet thei.otjection that it vas the parasitetself, but some virds in which it was; imbedded in: the disesTed oran, that was the real 69p - ta-mipi ,'e cultvtil ,is...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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Horsham County Court. THIRD DAY,—TUESDAY, 20TH JUNE, 1882. (Before His Honour Judge Trench) MADDEN V. BUSHBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

Homham County Court. i5 -,-TUESDAY, 20= JUN, 1882. (Before His Honour Judge Trench) l MA DHM V. BSOBBT. An action heard before a jury of four, in which James Patrick Madden, law,,clekf if i(Hoiahinii sought to recoverl from?ibin Bushby, farmer, of Jung Jung, the sum of 0£99 as:damages for assault. Mr.-Perrydiap peared for plaintiff, and Mr. Ireland for defendant. The jury consisted of Messrs. Joseph Ede, MIrhead, Alexander Smithb aodB?oden.The-following evidencewss adiuced:- -, ., • , ' Slaj a'atrieI M den, plain iff, ddpsed that on the night-of WednesdaX;'12nd March, 18S2, between, 9 and 10 o'oloc, he et: tpitoefendantjtb see hiir op ah hattr of bhimlasq,- Plaintiff;saw:defed ant near the Shaind;ck' Hot"l, Wilsoe-street, a-nad Aai4. he wisliid to talk tp'him ,iq .business..-, D en dlant'repiied 'in th'e negative; and asked plaintiff to have a drink. They had adrink, and defeniait 'said '"plaihtiff 'aid Mrs. Bashby were' a' pair of rogaes. , Defendant afterwards struiik laititiff an...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

-TrOUOH the medium of our business columns, the Wimmerashire Counoil invites tenders for various works. THE Committee of the Horsham District Hospital requires tenders for the supply of bread, meat, groceries, and drugs for the en. suing had-year. IT is an old tradition of belief (says the Oban Times) that toothache is caused by a worm in the tooth. In Gaelic, "cnuimh" means worm or maggot; hence "onuimh fhiacall" aiguifiea toothache. Inhaling smake was supposed to kill the worm. A better remedy m Clemes and Bartleman's Encalyp. tine, which cures toothache instantly and permanently. Sold by all chemists in the coleny. Price ls.-Agents: Messrs. KRavn • Co.--[..? . , ., W ANTED a General Seirvant, about 16 or 18 years of age:-Apply Mr. C. Little, Railway Station. ,. W TANTED 50 Pick and Shovel Men on S'the Water Works, near Minyip. Apply atJ. and 'A. Price's store; 3lnrtoa, or on the work- George Murray, contractor. ? \.NTED KNOWN.-That YOUNG & • SON, Painters, Paperhangers, &...

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Mr. Berry. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

From the --Imperial Review" fir iune, which has j'bt e?p lished, we roduce the followig : Politicians hybernate. After a year's Our hero first got into the Legislative ssembly by a fluke, for East Mel ys,'for which reason tha other candi tes withdrew. Berry came into n~tice as a member fdlCoJollingwood, on tlhe example of Don. lie has been copsistent igh rrliC haffit;{ Ei his share in driving Sir James M'Culloch .?otbe ten per cent. duties of 1864. Well he knew that tle intimation must cone in something like 20 per cent tere isa orce of will in man wlich challenges admiration. For nearly 20 years he was held at the cheapest rate by all his political con mporaries ; looked upon as thin, washy, and empty, with the unconquer able drawback of being poor. We re meinber him, even, so late as 1868, '[eing nut an existence on the Mel bourne " Herald," as editorial writer, under Mr. Syme, when that gentleman was trying to run the "Age" and ' ::Herald" together, and those journals obtained th...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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CAMERON V. M'QUINLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

-Ir i Z; A14W 1Yf .<IuPil 1l A (j An action in which Cameron and anotifer sought to reccver.the anumoftq7 9l 9d for Id. " Tiiu^ ygg p* ptinff; Mr. Isreland, fr uaddendat ' onsenrted to a verdict fqortlidioti'rd clainiei i'6t~l to be taxed by the registra. I, l 1 Z I ;LANGOi42MN.v.I oqUrn&l I T A asuait brong I by ansntlaoadsnana Co to recover £75 2if2 a f efondaýT,.a exe. cutrix. MfT ifoi9plalntifat Ireland for defendanti,.opnsente. to jadgiuntinbBsta tobeAae- - I

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CORRESPONDENCE. OBSCENE LETTERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HORSHAM TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

CORRESPONDENCE.. OBSCENE LETTERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HORBHAM TIMES. DEAn SIE,-Iread in your Nurrabiel corres pondent's letter in your issue of Friday last, that a young lady residing in the neighbour hood had received a letter at the post-office there, and the said letter contained filthy and obscene language, unfit to be read by any young girl. I have in my posaession a similar production, which I have reason to believe came from the same source. Fortun ately it did not reach the young lady for whom it was intended. I have heard that letters of a similar character have been sent to young girls in that neighbourhood, and they all point as coming from one source. Now, Mr. Editor, I feel certain you will agreoseith.me, that, if possible, such a state of things should be put a stop to. They can have but one effect, that of debauching the minds of young and innocent girls of tender years, and I do not think it would be very hard to find out those who have written those productions. Tr...

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DUNMUNKLE SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

`1heariotl9Jee o ig he ab +Ooucill' *as?:d Y`ste'etay, at Abe Shire Hall, Murtoa. Present.--Crsn. M'Donald (President) Breen, Young, Comyn, Duncan, Ben nstt, and Morris. .Cr..tC?iPcan. trdtloce~ a .deputstinbq, 0:ho'iisked that a road might be opened from Lubeck to the Glenorchy road, on the west side of. the,,railway.( The, diepiitationconsistedHof Messrs. Simnba, - Elsdon, and Rissman, who presented the minutes o'a'vieetirig ircentlo ? lhild' in the Mechanics' Institute, Lubeck, in favour cf onening the toad referred jtp AýGtheAork tb comprise aliout-fifty e isa.aae of road. The Engineer was instructed to report as to the best e o r tie road and the probable cost if it, were q...reqried. ,Mr. Elsdpn mentioned that some timeohee wst a contract le6 'for clearing a road firom Mnuctoa to pGolton Golton bridges, and ",the owners of properties in the neighborhood, had. ihagreed to fill insi gilly contingent" on' the road being cleared, but nothing had yet been done. The President stated...

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DAGNELL V. ANDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

An action issiwhioh fJohn lteekling 'ag nell et uenr sought to reeove~ the sum of 86 9o 9d from Patrick Anderson, as executor for tbo late Gee. Anderson; Jr board and lodgiig. Mr. Sheraad.for plaintiff; Mr. Twigg for defendant.' Plaintiff deposed that he was an accoun taut and at 4 o'clock one moaning in October last, the deceased Geo. Andersat came to his place in a-state- bordering- odr-dtrium tremens. Plaintiff admiste-r him to the house an?todk cri;of hiiaif-afofn1weeks, ess three days. Deceased, implored to be allow1ed to reain. there. and c.p (tonedr e pay.podhibr '-bord and residence" Plaihtiff llowed deceased to remairihl reat incon venience to himself and famil ,and deceased's 1rother refused .to t hom? saig that thd)hbspifal w t'xmost'tl |le 1aee, fort :nhtm?l ehO? hl , December plaintiff's wife receiveda lettei fbop Patrick Anderson, enslblnsikd'a"che4de for £6 in which plaintiff an his wife were thanked for their attention to deceased. A pair of blankets were also sent a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

THO° LS.T2OU1ý I AUoCI±O EER. Stook, Ststion. Land1'FTnanee, and iOomnmission Agent, WILSON STREET. HORSHAM SDY)V1CFS madeon Lesehld or Free hold Ccuntry Lands. SwAdmnrneLm dea on Prp erties - _ Advances made on Wool-for sale either is theColonpor h£TLondofn; l' 'l< L.,. 1*im 3telurnsa3n3dallarat Makeit , ppljied pr0omptly, and on LmRs~ TE'~S. Srery desription-f bunsiesa 'ionnedte with the Lands,7id other Government e entnso oduetedpromptly,efficiently, Fire and Life Insurances effected in. the . t'i phnic '. . Saleo'of 'Pfperty or Steunr eondoted uie " anya'tof othe ealonY. kuasnT so Fi'ken:iand" Gibson, Stock and Statipn * Agents,. Melbourne. and Ballarat. . Dennys Lasceellleasd Co.. wool and grain . brokers;,Geelong.+.. ,..... The Vietoria Fire Inseurane Co. The National Rue Innranee Co., of Nw Zealand.,,? "t OBar!at F tent h Ia . uilding and Invest. ment Society: ' ,VauerfortheBallsBe t Banking Co..Limitk. The Australian Mutual Provident Life As - msrance Society.. .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

I;:WILLIAM ADAMSOQ& q0 PRODUCE BROKERS, !9Little Collins-·t. West, and "p'Killop-st. MELBOURNE. R ECEIVE coniignmnent ofo Wheat; Oats, a1, Barley, Peas, Grass Seeds, &c., for Sale om:Commission. They also hold Auction Sales of DAIRY PRODU OE 'Every WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY thioug-h out the year, and, as each lot is competed for by the principal buyers of all grades, TOP . bAR?T BATES are always ensured. A; SALETOF P IG SIland[ CAL VES bheld every THURSDAY at the Corporation ............. Pig Market. ,.'=" . ABdvanes' madea, if rdquired,-iimmediately on iweipt of produce up to ninety per::cent. of the market value. Account Sales furnished promptly. CORNSACES & BUTTER" CAST. SU PPLIED' To the Farmers of the Wimmnera. M R. R. CLARK. of the Union Mills, Horsham, .begs to infori the Farmers of the Wimmera District " that he has N?V-ER made any Charge for Storage, and that he still continues - tih practice of STORING FREE. CHARLES AM'GEORGE TAILOR (From Melbourne,) Nul...

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WALTER MADDEN, SURVEYOR &C 77 COLLINS-STREET WEST. MELBOURNE. METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

WALTER MHIADDEI(, SVýýTEYOIZ BtC 77COLLINi-STREEj WEST,-- MELBOURNE - r K ;ETEORULOGJO6L NOTES: SUNDAY. MONDAY. h 1d "MHES? LOWEST HIaIGRXST LOWT In the shade 68 40 70 33 r'. Int'eunn :";:78.: %i 85N Ezpos' at Nigbt32 32 - Proiiable weather. -Cold; c and, th ea .eoing. * - yist~ired by B. 11tiiernj L"

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

j~ \ ConunerciaL. £.I ~ - O-- 1ý, f HOB8N.AM WHEAT MAE&K.Er. T i- office, Thurday Evening. ¢'The Osrkt notation for wheat are 6per bushel with but little doing: rarh butter Ieworth 2as d perlb; honey10dpe Th; eggs0 6dperdozen; pottoes 6n dpercwt vldflonrfm30sto 32. per .

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 23 June 1882

, r, an cgly }our this morning an iiportant tIlrsie ream.e d us concerning th? railway policy:asennnciated by Mr:IBent in the As semblyet night. It is published in efteiso elsewier' 'he 'railway scbeme provides forla gigantichiaeme'ofra ilw~yvandaamongat Quautongl;'friii Murtoa'towar?ds Sheep-hills, aend from Dimboola to the South 'Australian bordedr " Tan June sittitig of the Horsham Conatyl Court haveyot yet been: brought ton~ a-:on-,j clsior,, bot. only, one : case,: !(Bushby r. TBishby, L20jremains on the 'canse list. His" Honour:Judge Trench has evinced every 'de. .sire to;forward.the busines'df'thh'-court by daily sittings ol-ong duration.. rThe conrt usuaHjy at a 9 a9a..; and'selddmn 'adjourned before 6" or !7'ocl'ock?; hilst-his 'Honour would only allow a recess of a quarterorlhalf 'ia h'esrfor6linch , A lengt?? report of the cases" de ld'ivh'.isi published inanothler n mdli 'Th temeaffl cases in th Cen Court and the Coit.if Insolvency i;biness a li'r l ; d u' i y'the judge ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

JO PRINTING )DE'PARTMENt." The' Pdropr has great pleasure in in. forming Dusiess'Afexhndl the&Public genera ally that ho has jus:tidded to his blready Extenosve Plait onie .f'the ' IOST LAPPROVED - - FABSTEST PRINTING MAGHINES. ic "-: "' IN TIE T . ARKIE T; - By which? he i? endilel t'erecute orders • - .... .at ...... "[ ,?.. ."" GREATLY REDUCED!PRICES. • ........ ...... .I..!.. .:: BILLEADS, MEMORAN I2Ui'Ff RMS, -oflUro' Ms, •fOJO1f0PArMI'ETS, &c. MEL B OURN'Ei.fRICES. :..,. E.:J. STEPHENS,' r : :-Pa~tP * , - " ol i . . ' : " . . . " . ,. % . :? i I . a : S !ii' " Is inrvtiled ,in destroying Flies; Iuosqiitboes; i .Ante, Oocktoches, Fleas, Beetles; Gnats, Motlih in" Fur, and every..other species of insect.: Mr.W. Soul Pitt-street, S?in'eyi:: ....... " ' : o '. :North;Shore;.Sydney, :Apri,. 177 Lear Sir--I have great plasure in adding my"tes: imonv to the efieacy of the Krrse Insecticide fe. the destruction of vermin.s I found my house infeeted with coekioehes, and ...

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ANGLO-FRENCH ACTION TOWARDS EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

ANGL)-FRENCE. ACTION TOWARDSV EGYPT. A parliamentary bluebook, cont ning offcial docunments relating to the Egyptian difficulty, has been isoaned. It shows! thtlp throughout the recent crisis England h?as been--hampered inhirO f?tioiý the irreso I-ioii ofthe FidhGvernment.

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ENGLAND AND THE EGYPTIAN MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

ENGLAND AND THE EGYPTIkN MINISTRY. The British Government has instrn.etd Sit Edward Malet, the British Conslh general in Egypt, to ignore the Mi nistry recently formed hy Ragheb Pasha.

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