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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

A cQSTAI? bishop took occasion to rebuke one of his clergy for fox-hunting. " My lord," answered the clergyman, "a man must have some relaxation, but I assure you I never] go to balls." "Oh;l" said the bishop, -' I see you allude to my presence at the duchess' party; but I never enter the same room- as thq dancers." "My lord," responded the clergyman, "my horse and I are getting -, in years; we are never in the same 191 as the hounds."

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Humour. MR. SPARKS. OF YREKA. HIS EXCITING SEARCH FOR A SAN FRANCISCO BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

MR. SPARKS. OF YREKA. Has ExcrrIoa SEA?rH POa A SAN Faecisco .BEas. 3M. Spans, of Yreka, is the brother-in. law of the Democratic ex-Governor of California, but as he dawned :upon the hotel runners at the Market-street wharf, he seemed to be more closely related to a haystack than to theexecuntive. He was in appearance a conventional granger of the old school, with hayseed in his beard and the legs of his trowsers tucked into his boots. He had a haggard look, and kept his hands continually in his pockets, for he had mortgaged his farm for 800iola. and come to San Francisco to take unto himself a wife, and was in mortal.fear lest some sharper should spring some city fraud upon him. He put up at a third-class hotel and "cale'lated he'd range 'round a bit and take pints oln?bnmine beauty." "Old Crisis Hopkins" happened along about that time, merrily chanting his "Right this way, gentlemen. Matrimonial paper ! Large list of ladies in the present number. Alliances expeditiously accom pli...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miscellaneous. A ROMANCE OF THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

A BOMIANCE OF THE WEST. (From the Detroit Free Press.) Ox the 20th of September, 1865, just six teen years ago, James Baxter left Stone County, with his wife, intending to emigrate to Louisiana. Some place along the border he fell in with a man who gave his name as Isaao Young, and who obtained permission to join the Baxters, as he claimed to be travelling in the same dirention they were going. Young was about 30, very plausible, and quickly ingratiated himself in the good graces of Baxter and his wife. He confided to his companions everything regarding his financial resources and future plane, and Baxter, in return, made a similarrevelaticn. Among other things he informed the young man bthat he had sold his farm for 2000dole., and that he carried the money, in 20Jo1. gold pieces, in a belt strapped around his waist. Some time after this the emigrants. camped one night at a point between Dkye'e Mill, La., and Magnolia, Ark. The spot selected for a camp was at the head of a lonely gl...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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CUPID AT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

CUPID AT SCHOOL. Yovno Cupid was his mother's joy, A child of most bewitching looks; And yet he was a naughty boy, Beoause he would not mind his books. Some things he studied well, 'tis true, For what he knew he got by heart, And learned to practite all he knew; So everybody called him smart. Co.eduoation, came in vogue The new idea pleased him well. "Now, lads and lasses," lisped the rogue, " 'll teach you all to love a spell. Such words as: "idear,", " divinest," " maid," My "angel," "sweetheart," " dirling," " dove/' The school soon learned-they even played With letters-letters learned to love. The teacher taught the "Rule of Three"; They asked was there no " Rule of Two." She said, " Oh nol that could not be," But OCupid said there wee, he knew. Geography seemed pastime gay: Toe lade found," Nancy," " Charlotte," " Ann"; The maidens soon found " Lover's Bay," Then "Heart's Content,"-the "Isle of Man." Dull grammar grew as sweet as song, That nouns have gender all could see, That...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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SELFISHNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

S SELFISHNESS. IN the first place, if you want to make yourself miserable, be selifsh. Taink all' the timeof yourself ind yoir things. Dun'o care about anything else. Have no feel-. ings for any but yourself. Never think of enjoying the satisfaction of seeing others happy; but rather, if you should see a smiling face, be jealous lest another should enjoy what you have not. Envy everyone who is better off than yourself; think un kindly toward them, and speak lightly of them.I Be constantly afraid lese someone should encroaoh upon your rights; be watchful of it, and if any come near your things snap at them like amad dog. Con tend earnestly for everything that is your own that may not be worth a pin. Never yield a point. Ba very sensitive, and take everything that is said to you in playful neas in the most serious manner. Be jeal. ons of your friends leat they should not think enough of you; and if at any time they should seem to neglect you, put the worst oonstruction upon their cond...

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Natural History. MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

MY BOYHOOD'S PETS AND RAMBLES. BD Dox.rD CAEROaO . : BUT reesnons a nos moulons, to come back to Billy's adventure. He had been for some time confined to a little paddock that was off the garden, as his butting pro pensities frightened the women. Some how or other the wicket had been left open, and Master Billy strolled into the yard that enclosed the kitchen to investigate and to discover if there was anyone who would favour him with a butt. Behind the kitchen there was a shed, in which Gondie worked when in thehumour. This day he was engaged on his knees mending my aunt's favourite chair, a work to which he gave great attention, for be greatly respected my aunt. His back view was the first object presented to Billy when he strolled in, and as the old man moved backwards and forwards, the young ram at once took his actionasa defiance. Patting himself in the proper posture, Billy charged full at Gondie, and with a sounding whack sent him sprawling amid the shavings. Gondie uttered a...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

THE application of eleJrmciey to .the purposes of surgery is in these days no new thing; but a machine lately invented by Dr. Bonwill, of Philadelphia, is of such a startling character that it may well 'be styled a novelty. The surgical engine invented by him, and generously placed at the disposalof hisfellow-creatures without the protection of a patent, is intended for amputations, and operations generally where the removal of bone is required. It consists of a set of drills and eircul ar saws, which, by suitable gearing, are revolved at a very high velocity. By the use of.this apparatus, operations are per formed very rapidly, and in a far neater manner than by the unaided hand.. Al. ready giving satisfaction in the United States, the novel contrivance may be eaid,' to be on its trial here, for the inventor has presented one of the engines toy St. Bartholomew's Hospital. e'shall pob-. ably soon hear what our surgeons tkink of ,t": it..-Excrcange. ' WE recently deearibed the "deteo...

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DE YALLER CHINEE. (AS DISCUSSED IN THE CABIN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

DE YALLER CHINEE. (AS DISCUSED DIN Tsc CAcrI.) o. HE kin pick up a libbin' wharebber he goes By wokin' de railroad an' washin' ole lo'es; He kin lib' 'bout as cheap as a leather.wing bat, For he watches de rat market keen as a cat; An' his bo'ad an' his rations is pretty nigh free, For a mighty smart onues is de yallerCOhinee. II. Den, he's not gwine to keer what' you put him to stay, An' his eatin' don't cost but a nickel a day ; An' he won't gib a straw for de finest hotel, When a slab-sided shanty will suit him as well ; An' a empty ole box, or a holler gaumtree, Is a big boa'din'-house for do yeller Ohinee. III. An' he eats little mice when de blackberries fail, Till d ha'r on his head gets doe shape ob a tail; An' I know by hie clo'en an' his enuf.cunllud face Dat he comes from a scrubby an' one.gallus race ; An' I's trabbled a heap, but I nebber did see Such a onrisome chap as de yeller Chines. IV. Dis country was made for do whites an' de blacks, For dey hoes all do corn an' ...

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Science. SCIENCE OF VALUE TO ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

SCIENCE OF VALUE TO ALL. MI. QuATBHrAGES, in an address before the French Association for the Advance ment of Science, at Bordeaux, thus em phasizes the value of scientific knowledge, not only for those who make it a speciality, but for all practical and intelligent men: All men cannot be expected to enlist under the banner of professional science. But all may and must require scientific notions, sufficient at least to understand the utility of the intervention of special men, and to be able to judge when that intervention becomes necessary. Science is nowadays omnipresent, and tends more and more to become the sovereign of the world. What industry is there that does not want the help of the engineers, and would remain content with the progress already accomplished? What branch of manufacturers would decline the help of chemistry? What medical practitioner, worthy of that name, would consent to forsake physiology, that complex science, the offspring of chemistry, and would do withou...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

WHOLESALE PRICES A CAMERON & COs;, FIR tR gAGCE S T.RI Eý ,1 HORS IIAM GENERAL DRAPERY, &c., MEN'S & OY"' CLOT-ING?-' -OOTs & IIcO?s " :Suitable for the Season. & CO. would direct Special Attention . to NUMEROUS NOVELTIES ies' Lace and Silk Scarfs, India Muslin Fischus and Squares, S Kid, Silk, and Cotton Gloves, :- endless Variety, at very LOW PRICES. Also a large assortment of Antique Dress Laces, Brctcnne and real Maltese. A Large Stock of India Ulnslins, Bretonne Nets; - Fancy _aizes, S-Crape Nets, and Tulles OUR Dress, Manchester, ..... Hosiery, --iHaberdashery, Undercltoifig, Millinery, and Grocery DEPARTMENTS Are Well-assorted, and all Goods sold'at WHOLESALE PRICES. STA W ELL Tailoriiig and Ready-Malde . OothCing establishlcntcf ERNS Overcoats, Men's Tweed Suits, ýlý- -Biys' Tweed Suits, Youths' Tweed Sui s, Men's Tweed Tronusers and..Vevts, IMen'sBluc Pagets, Men's Fancy Vests, Men's 'Tweed Pagets, Men's Black Trousers and Vests, Mes'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

?I ANTED, a General Servant.--Apply`. MV rs.MB. Jones, Railiway Station. lN SALE.-Rowland'i Lemonade,'Gingor "'.Ale; Soda Water, &o.,.Largo and Small': Quantities. 1. Langlanda itCo. 'POBE SOLD, Privately, BUTCHERING .' BUSINESS.--Apply, .J.: EDE,:Hor. TO LET.-A Blacksmith's Shop.i on eaj' T terms'; a: good businesa.-Apply, T. Hiodhy. WaiL.. . 0OST. between Union Floor Mills and IJ Ohurch-hill, portion of a GoldlEar-ring, Finder rewarded by bringing same to Geo.: Green, "HIorsham Times office. OR SALKP-A First-class' Bntchering '.Buosiness.. A Good Investment for anyone with capital-Apply to John Forrest, Butcher, Horsbam. Notice.. TI the Undersined, hereby give notione I that I will notbe responsible for any debts contracted by my wife, Elizabeth McSweeny, from this .late. EWAN McSWEENY' 27th January, 1882. To Carpenters. 1PEwDERS are invited for makine adldi tions and elteration. to the RAILWAY STORE.• next May and Miller's foundry, Dimboola Rend. Plans and specifications ...

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Hobelist. BELLA'S HERO; OR The Marquis and the Freebooter. A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. JUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

BELLA'S HERO; oB The Marquis and the Freebooter. dc th A STORY OF THE WELSH MARCHES. wi BY SYLVANUS COBB, J~n. s he th CHAPTER XL--(Continued.) THa young marquis listenedattentively; then asked a few questions, in order to caj gain further particulars of the widows ac story, and then he bent his head in thought. fen At length he looked up, and laid his hand Et upon the old steward's arm. th "Mark, do you know if young Conway do had busied himself in looking after this Sil Fitz Eustace?" mn " Yes, my lord-he had." re! " Had he done it, do you think, so that fen the man could have had any suspicion that ro George was watching him ?" Fi The old man meditated for a little time he profoundly; At length he answered very cos slowly, and thoughtfully: do "I know, once, my lord-it was when George had been in this very room to see hi+ your father-Colonel Fits Eustace met him, we or came up to him,.as he was going away. Ti and asked him .eharp" and impertinent ov questions. And, again.-Let me ...

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Poetry. THE YESTERDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

THE YESTERDAYS. I Tt.E your gifts, oh ySsterdays,. And safe from all unfriendly eyes I set them one by one away, Secure from change or sore surprise. I take your gifts, glad yesterdays ! And when I torn from work to play, From care to rest, they'll make me joy, And make my heart its holiday. 'I" take your gifts, sad yesterdays The better deeds I might have done, The tears I might have wiped away, The higher heights I might have won. You show, oh tearful yesterdays, Hodw poor my lile's most perfect part; You tear the crownjof pride away, And give instead the pitying heart. I see the wave of summer woods, I hear the lapse of far.off streams, The murmur of the honeyed pines Rous sweet and low along my dreams. And still a tender heart enfolds A faded face, a haunting tone The lingering fragrance of a'joy. One yesterday made all its own. I take your rifts, rich yesterdays i Henceforth may no soul call me poor; Fortune may strip her guards away, The wealth of all the past is sure. We jost...

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THE BEDROOM. HOW TO FURNISH IT FOR HEALTH AND COMFORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

THE BEDROO . SL :-:: ROW To ruMxeSon IT FOR RE?LTErM?ND 4.ý COMFORT. A BusDoo0r should impress tlie observer with the idea of a dainty cleanliliese reign-=: ing supreme in every part of it,-.while the prevalence of cool, soothing tones of ?louc' : suggest repose and rest.. The paint--aighht?, be delicate chocolhte, the walls .soft pena green; no colour equals green for givingm. rest to the eyes. and in its paler tints it offers a pleasant sense of coolness during the most sultry days of summer, while they are free fromthe suspicion of coldness :4 seen in many of the grey shades commonly used. Light colours make a room appear, larger than the dark shades. Woodwork, painted chocolate, and cream walls look 'ell with bright blue furniture covering and curtains, or maroon paint and citr?i well with deep blue. "A wall of-aipale . tone of blue and sage-green woodwgrk willi harmonise with furniture coverings 'b'sr ing a design- of autumn tinted leaveis?' Stained boards are without doubt bes...

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A SWIM FOR LIFE: A WESTERN EPISODE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

A SWIM FOB LIFEg: A WESTE.R EPISODE. " S1a, stranger, there's something wrong yonder, ain't there?" Thus spoke a rough-looking miner on the outskirts of the camp to a Mexican who was walking hastily past. The stranger under stood but imperfectly the remark addressed to him, buhot replied, "' Horses stole," and pro seeded on his way, his long sEpur jingling at every step. The miner looked after him anxionely, and when he had disappeared down the hill, turned towards the saloon, mottering some thing about horse-thieves and hanging, and strolled, or, as he .would have himself said, "loafed" into the bar, where an excited assembly was gatLered. "Wa'all, they're gone clean away," ailed the owner of the missing animals; "and my horses nor donkeys don't stray by nature. There'; bin some thieves around, you bet I" " Like enough; but who's the man ? Howsomover, if we ketch him, gentlemen, we'll shoot him fair." " Give him a trial and rope him-that's the core," said the owner. "And now tow ba...

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Death By Fire. Colac, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

Death By Fire. Colae, Wednesday. A magisterial inquiry was held this after noon before Mr, Edmund Cooper, J.P., upon the body of Ellen Gamble, a married woman aged 55, who was burned to death Ins night inr a fire which destroyed her cottage on the Colac Town Common. The evidence of Mary Anne Gamble, daughter-in-law to the de ceased, who resided in a cottage a few yards from that which was destroyed, showed that deceased called on her last night about ten o'clock, being at the time not quite sober. 1 Deceased wanted witness' husband, George Gamble, to come out to her cottage to have a drink, but he was gone to bed, and would not accompany this " mother, who then left about eleven o'clock. Her cottages was found to be in flames by Mr. William -Heron, a resident in the dis triet,- who was passing by. He gyve an alarm, and broke in the door, but the house was full of flames. He called, but there was do noise, nor could :he see deceased. After I the fire, about two in the morning, her re...

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THE RESCUE OF THE LIGHTHOUSE MEN. Castletown, Dec. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 January 1882

THE RESCUE OF THE LIGHTHOUSE MEN (FROM THE CORRESPONDENT OF THE STANDARD Castletown, Dec 9.   The six men who were rescued from the Calf Rock yesterday, after undergoing great hardships for 12 days,. were all afoot this morning, looking very little, if anythe worse. for' the 'sufferings they have endured. On reaching the Sound this morning I visited Mr. Thos. Francis Fortune, the head light keeper, and found him a very communiotive and intelligent man. He is a married man with a family of five children. On the day of the disaster (runday, November 27) he com pleted his 37th year. He is a native of Wex. ford, was for a number of years in the'Fast ness and Youghat Lighthouses, and for the last four years he has been in charge of the Calf Rock Light. The gale of. the Sunday morning he describes as surpassing anything -he had ever before experienced. The tower was constructed in such a way that if he had known of it he says he never would have put a foot on the rock. His na...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

W~OLESALE PR!OES I CANERON & WO', NEW CASH STORE, F'IREBRA'CE STREET, ---, -ORSHAM, - 15 GENERAI ''DRAPERY :&c, M'EN'S & :BOY'S CLOTHING,. Suitable for the Season. S & CO. would direct Special Attention NUMEROUS NKTELTIES IN .adies' Lace and Silk Scarfs, India Muslin Fischus and Squares, Kid, Silk, and Cotton Gloves, "L endless Variety, at very LOW PRIICES. Also a large assortment of AntiLuc Dress Laces, Bretonne and real Maltese. A Large Stock of tidia Mlslins, Bretonne Nets, Fancy Gauzes, Crape Nets, and Tulles OUR Di'ess, Manchester, . Hosiery,. -::- Haberdashery, 1inderclothing, Millinery, and Grocery DEPARTMENTS `eAre Well-assotted, and all Goods sold at S" HOLESALE PRICES. STA w ELL Tailoring and- ?eady-Made •_ Clothing Establishncnt1 j5 ETN'S Overcoats, Men's Tweed Suits, B~ys' Tweed SaiLs, Youths' Tweed Sits, Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests, 3fen's Blue Pasets, Men's Fancy Vests, Men's 'Tweed Pagets, Men's If!aci Trousers and Pests, dena's Whit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

t Araii asczu s iisromas' icons dn tly recommended as being far superor to English and American pre-arations (no matter how reat their pretensons); and much cheaper. throughly cleanses the head from dan" drift promotes new growth, and a single bottle will positively restore grey or iadel. hair to ite original colour an. beauty. Pro prietors-Ocn as and B1iTL m . P.etailea by all Chemist in the colony. Price, 3 6d. 1-Agents: A. L. ST. Kluosa&Co. ? d"A.] W ANTED a Good Cook and Lanadres. Apply Mrs. Potter, South Brighten. ON SALE.-Rowland's Lemonade, Ginger Ale, Soda Water,-&c., Larga and Small Quantities. J. Langlands & Co. 'o BE SOLD, Privately, aBU TCHE R11G S BUSINESS.--Apply, J. CIDE, Hor sham. .... TO LET.-A Blacksmith's Shop, on easy terms; a good business.-Apply, T. Hodby, Wail. T-IOR SALE.-A: First-class Butcherinr I Business. A Good Investmentt fo anyone with capital.-Apply to John Forrest' Butcher, Horsham. Farm to Let or for Sale. 0 LET or For SaWe, ...

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FROM PORTLAND TO HAMILTON AND ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

FrOM PORT A D TO UAMIILTON'Mi ) ARARAT - L~ivE-Portland;l0.I5ani to;..:::;; 101 " IAMrE-RrEHlton.1232p.m. '.'! . Luama-Hnmfltn, 1i247p. m' -gA. : AasvEAraat 3ý1 m.:" ` .

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