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THE EGYPTIAN CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

THE EGYPTIAN CONFERENOE. The conference of representatives 4! great powers assembled at Constant leI to-day to consider the present situation in Egypt. The conference adjourned ~rithont the transaction of any important bansipes inconsequence of the absence of the' rep4e; sentativea of Germany and Austria.

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SCOTCH LAND LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

, COHC LAND LAWS. Iioh WMet'On;oot-by. "'1`'' onfter the passint of E Hill, for a modificotiori f' >ttrr,^b !i'`d syster; contijnoe to gain. 'oPJ' l· Cr de~tation 'which waited 55i~i ZIlr Gladtuane expressed the,.de. tae Gove briiient tobn in a i this session for the extension to Scotland. oweiev the Premier stated, be necessary to defer the introduction of the sneaswre until after the Procedure Bill had been dis posed oL

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[?] IN ZULULAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

S t ,? t ;i N . If ,i 11n ? e' of ?hichi :,: chie Ly Sir G?artet :.- S n[,tmber, 189L ; is :tot a'ried in conseqruudl o.f, : i. o details of thet scimenl ' :, , but the allotment of"r - ' o.'s.i is to beentirely reeita

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THE BLACKWALL'S VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

THE BLACKWALL'S VOYAGE.' On the 5tlMar; tl1kbiteque Black-' wall, with a fill cargo of timber, laths,! and pickets, left 13urrard's Inlet, and met with hazy. weather. On the 9th, a whaleboat containing the two med, Williams' and M'Dermott, -was-picked up. Themen were in a pitiable plight, and siated thit'they belonged to the ill faited barque Bulwark, and Lad been nine days in the boat. On the 14th and 15thli arch, the3Blackwall encountered heavy gales, :but .tlhe vessel :behived splenididly. :ioderatively fine weather; with occassional gales, was mpt with uhtil the 30th May,- when'foitr dave' south-westerly gales were. experienced; during which the mizenXstaysail:birst; and ran on under balance-reefed span ker. Fine weather again set.;in;iwitli calms and light easterly winds, lasting: till off Wilson's Promontory, ýwhere the_ ,wind sprang up fri' " the south-west; and .blew a. hurricane;.:vithl.: fierce' squalls and mountainous sea, the. barque- pitching and straining.? At daybreak...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. (THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

MELBOURNE PaODUCK LfAl'Ki ET. The inquii~ fir'wheat isdecidedly better, but there still'remains a rather wide niasgin between'Cthe large' holders'- and' the :trade:; which is not likely to be bridged over until the demands of the latter are inore urgent than they are at present. However diverse miay be the opinions as to the future of the. ,wheat mrket,_ there is nothing"in' the "developmnt of supplies since the publication of the statistics of agricultural. adverse to our estiniatoi of the positiori :f' Victorian stocks. Indeed up to the present the markdt has, so far as prices can be taken as evidence, indicated astronger position than, thiii oit come of the figures we published in, ay last could bWd?nstiiaed to warrant. Some well infolo ed persons at that time held that we had'over.estimated the still available surplus 'but as time progrestes it seem clear that our ealculations were even closer to the actiual result than our friends, gave 'us credit for. The late increases in the...

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[?]MENT OF THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

A- 'T\ fT OF TIlE ABORIGINE3. 'hI L- LvF~iva Aahley, Under.Secretry 'r.:",,r".,__.:-ý, % '-pl3y to a qgcttion in '`" ' r >. rr ! Ermons, stated. thaet the !:A * 'der consideration the ' ' " ' " : ti , i conlcerning thie treat. 'j!iCeS in Australasia and 1.11 subLjcCCed, nand that .::ble to confer per. .ri-r jor losi, the Co. { L) t u ojct.

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WILLIAMS'S NARRATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

Williams took'rnp! the Iarrtir hte day boke we fthe skip, and il; batowing strong'win blowing, fouhd the boat would not carry it; so we atf as nearas we could judge for the plrpose of making Cape Flattery on the shore: o 3 British Columbia. We had a compass p. ~,board; but±owingvtoi thfe t beind coo lively, it woukldtidt wr , steered by the sun during the day,j1 the iiorthd sGaraý:.igh~0JWe made :a sail-anchor br a drag to heave herrto during the squalls. She was leakin all tlie'timne 'nd wte had some difficulfy in keeping her afloat. On the day alter' we left jhe yves fu-e Jtrgelj the oar, wtt--*hich- f'Dermott was stee4ig, I breaking it in halves. The same sea allnost swamped the the boat. We¶ then .t p."orsl.:tonbal liher= olt and: when we had done that we hove to,: and c sreWaipeLther jd Ogt. We then ?Z& -'the fiiVitme after leaving the I vessel. ? ea lia large quantity of r tinned meat and some bread in the boat' and had also put so e iware in !the I -boat'in i~do erose...

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MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. June 21. Messrs. R. GOLDSBROUGH and Co. report— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

i :?MELBOURNE:WOO? I MARKET. '? : u: ; w i U ii -,i June'21. 0 Messrs. Ln GOrnsaRovii an d Co:i report :- -1 S;Woi-..We cataldgied 541 baleas fr'; o" sale to-day;' indl iad' ai full' tteidalice of buyers; who competed fieely for every lot. The offerings ,?onsisted, mainly of sconred wools,.ae opoeobib ~oiats nto which wvere from the Darling; and, although, the value of many of thdelatterlots ivrer:more or less ~ffected by the prevalence of grass seed, highly satisfactory pricesI were' paid for all sold. Inferior .to:ordinaryR'reasy. ranged from 61d to 9d, and-inferior to good average sourired .frein ld : to-18jldi per lb.t"Iii' all' 412 balesawere sold at auction and by.privite contisct.dIi ir· J · io o: i. :- 'iI I SHtEPSaIs.-There-is a goodedemand'iat about late aatee4all 'classee'of" skiui 'fisi?g buyersoetfquota ions. The'YIhrket.Wiif I suppliedpand our sales leldidsringeth@ Iiat' 'week were all:attended, by theI"odal'fell' Inong~rs. pressed, and we bave found the utmost diffrcu...

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SIR HENRY PARKES IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

~a P. HENRY PARKEJ IN PARIS. Sirlenry Parkes lias visited Paris, and lad an interview with h1. de Freycinet, 1i?e French Premier, when various Australian tv:ic weren diecnassed.

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M'DERMOTT'S NARRATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

M'DERMOTT'S NARRATIVE. ii.. -Donald 'M'Dermbott, A.B:, states as follows:-We left Melbourne and went to Newcastle, N.S.W., in ballast.-.A Newcastle we took in a cargo of coals, ,andwent. to Yokohams, where we dis "- chawe? Lthe coal, 'and took in imot? Oallast with the intention of going to Puget Sound to take in a cargo of timber. E--We left Yokohama with, a lrir me f tir *in;a icf thi -onainued -fori -"coule of days, when it..increased, and was accompanied with "'mist~j weather. On the second night, aboutJnidnight, the wind lulled, and there was a heavy sea, so. heavy that-the water1tihklrabaft the enginehouse-got displaced, and the bts were ~ aimaged. The wind then strengthened, and -became a head-wind. We were, I think, about 600 miles from Yokohama when, the iship began to make water forward, at the forepart of,.the .ballast, and the ballast being dirt it soon became mud, so that when. we. haled' out the, water we baled' out the ballast also. The matepsaid.w.e put about 125 'to...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. HOSTILITIES ON THE WEST COAST OF AFRICA. London, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (PFLO TmE )DAILY PAPEUS.) EO3TILITIE5 ON THE WEST COAST OF AFRICA. London, June 22. A British man-of-war has inflicted sevsre chastlsement upon marauding native tribes at Martio (sic) on the West Coast of Africa. 200 natives were killed.

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

i, .M ETEORULOGTCAL-.NOTES. .: i.": .;: SUNDAY. .'-MONDAY ZIOGHET LOWEST RIGHEST LOWEST In the shade .59 ..,40.,: -;60l. 40 In te sun 86 85 - Exposed-at;Night34, -. .'35 Rainfall, total : '' Prolabl?e weather.-Cloudy, light showers or wind. , ........... ??ýistered by E. Miller.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, Thursday (Midnight.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENC.) MLtnowanE, Thursday (Midnight.) The Orient steamer Austral was. tele graphed offCape Otway at 4 p.m. A meeting of members of the. Licensed Victuallers' Aso.iation was held to-day. There were 150 present. Resolutions were passed approving of the proposal of the Trea. surer not to renew the beer duty. - At a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce to-day it was resolved to obtain, if possible, a reduction of the intercolonial rate of 'tele granhic charges, from 2s to is for the first ten words, and to increase the number of words for a single rate nithin the colony from 10 to 20. A large, representative, and enthusiastid meeting took larce at the town-hall to inight to inaugurate the establishment of the Work ing Men's College. The Bishop of Melbourne, Mr. Justice lliginbotbam, the Rev. Mr. Butler, Professor Pearson, Mr. Ormond, and a large number of leading citizens were pre snct on the platform. Mr. Justice Higin bot...

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The Railway Bill [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

S TheRailwayBil' . Th-e Minister of Railways'on Thursday moved the second reauing. of the new Railway Bill.;-The followingi- :is a schedule of''th 'lines propoised, to ,be construcced :- _ , Cost-Rate pler inile,; £7,200: . m.sileage Albert Park to Elwood ...............3 Alphiington tdo pper , eidelbeg :..:2 Brighton: to Chelte.ham ... ..... Clifton-hill to Royal Park....... 2 Fitzroy to Collingwood..... ... .......1 Hawthorn- to -Kew .......... 1.....1. North 'Sandridge to Yarra Mouth...2j Picnic Station, Richmond, to Glen Iris ...................... ...... ........3 -----Cfr ASS 2.- Cost-Rate per mile; 5000 Bacchus Marsh to Gordon :.......251 Bacchus MArsh andGordon line through Bacchbu Marsh............3 Footscray and Bacchus March Line to beyond Melton .................5 CLSS 3. Cost-Rate 'er mile, '?2963 Ararat and Hamilton Line tol : Koroit ..... ..:.... .. .......... 46 Avoca .to .Ararat :.................40 Ballarat Racecourse to Springs......13 Camperdown to Terang.{'.W......

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, JUNE 27TH, 1882. A Local Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

up slo^ipu winelis. PUBLISHEDEVERY TUEDAY AND :: .. FBRIDA.Y.' " A Loca IHorticultura l Society. UTNTIL recently, ne,of the first things that struck visitors to Horsham was the anlmost total absence of gardens and trees, in consequence of which the town -althoueh Lpossessing aibunddant evi dence of.prosperity--had in summer time a wretched -and uninviting ap pearance, tiere being nothing to relieve the eye.from the glare of the surnfinten sified by thle reflection from the' ironi roofs of the houses and the lime stone road metal. Infairnessto the inhabitants it must be said it-was no fault of theirs. It was simply a matter of impossibility to make a garden worthy of the name, owing to the dryness of tlie Scliateind the absence of a wate,u supply., XFre quent attempts-were made but they ended in, -failure. !!: The plants 'would grow well tenough -:dui'ng tle .winter months and early spring, but could not stand the dry and hot-summers; so that a garden-fiiight'lok very attradtive in O...

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ARABI PASHA. CONSTANTINOPLE, JUNE 26TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

ARABI PASHA. CONSTANTINOPLE, Jui~E 26~ , The Sultan has conferred the Turkish order IMedjidee on ArabiPasha. iniEter of War, and chief of the National party in Egypt.

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The Bermagui Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

The:'Bermagui Mystery. "A.telerain fra oum . Sydney ::corres pondent (says the :,"-Argus ") raises'ex peitatons.thatthe BermsguiMystery, . as it iv called, is about' to be fathomezi This'inexplicable' tragedy ,e x'cited. tli' livliest intre.t `t the time of its occur.. rence, but nearly two years have since elapsed;,end few iofý our reade?s' pro bablyarry' the: exact circuistances in their minds., It was on Saturday, the 9th of October, 1880, that Mr.,ainaLnt Young, a geologist in .the: New 'South Wales Mining delpartiienit, started in a boat'freiu' Ber'magui, a place on the .coast 250, 'miles, south of Syduiey, tforr the purpose of?investigatii'ga reported auriferous discovery tt the COlyde., ,He was accomipaniiled by two. assistants, Mr. H. W. Lloyd~i Thomas, and Mi. John :Shipley, and the party was' furnished with.the usual appliances for prospect. ing. On: the' following. Monday, the boat ;as discovered on the:beach, about: 60 miles north of Bermagui,' stove in in two places. Th...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIA V. YORKSHIRE FIRST DAY. London, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN .E :iN4 ENGLAl1D. S[FROM THE :DILY PAPRRS.ý] - "AUSTRAi IA. Y. YORKSHIRE. .'Fast DiY. :';:.i::rT ondon, June 19. TIle ..seod1 ?iatch played by the' :ustralian;eleen a ainst the county of Yorkshire was commenced. to-dayrit Sheffield. Notwithstanding, that, the. weather=iwaas showerydurlig thei da` there was an.enormous attendance on' lie' oound,and, the greatestintereiest was. ,tlowunti the"match.. :The wicket ias. heavy bhut this appears to have suited the Australian bowlers; as their bowling wasidead .brthe wicket.....:. .. The;1:gppnty team went first to the wickets,;Leese and Ulyett commencing the innings.-?_,The fArmer was soon dis posed of, but;Ulyettladea good stand; diid' S i?"d'38 before ' i?' was caug1ti Louis Hallt `wiocaie~ ext, played very steadil, and o?tai'ne. :10 bwhenthet.was en out leg befre wicket. Lockwood was:thssonly.other batsman.ointhis side who scoredidoublefigures.His score of 20 %t "it ?against, such admirable bohling .was a. good-perf...

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The Stock of Wheat in South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 27 June 1882

The Stoek of Wheat in " South' Australia . - 0- . ' ' It is pretty evident (says "the "S. :A IRegistir" of the 19th' ist.) that there' is some iystery about the wheat trade iin Sodth Australia during the present season, which is not"capable of easy comprehensioa except by those who are behind the scenes. The last Customs report disclosed- the unusual circum stances at this time of..the year that iat a single bushel of wheat pjassed outwards during the preceding week. Judging from the exports of cereals during the early part of the season there was at that time no idea that the stock would be errly exhausted. Up "to :the end of May the quantity. of wheat that was sent away from the colony amounted to 2,363,493 bushels, or considerably more than half a million bushels over the export of the corre sponding period of 1881. At the be ginning of last May we pointed out that according to the 'Government statistics of the harvest yield there would be, after allowing for seed and hoile) cons...

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

b~Tradp. eEut. ~rtt. TH?OMAS YOGeo NF AUICTIONEEL "r ,,. Stook, Station, Land, Finan , ai Comrission gn3-\itv WILSON STREET. 'IORE IA3 ADVANrCES made on Leasehb 'er Free hold Country Lands. Advances made rn Town Properties. Advances mare on Wool for sale either ia the colony or in London. Agricnultural Machinery and Implements sopplied promptly,-and on L e..L Tanss. p Eveirydeacritlidn Q.fiiuine?;6isoncted with the Lands, and? other Goverament. teoondentedprumptly, efficientl -I economically. ' r ; r "Fime and Life Insuirnces effected in,the best companies. Sales of Proleh~y'or Stock, conducted in any part?of'the colony. AGoENT OBR . i:fisken.and Gibson, Stock ..and Statiqn Agents; Melbourne mid Ballarat., t :Dennys Lascell.a and Cd., wool: and grain brokers, Geelong. ..The Victoria Fire Insuraice Co. The National Fire Insurance Co.; of New Zealand. £al!arat .Permanent Building and Inve mect Society. : Valuer for the BallaratBanking Co.,Limitcd. The Australian Mutual Provident Life ...

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