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

RONM ARARAT TO HAMILTON AND PORT LAND. " .:. r... LE L -Axan. L5O p.m. ABDTZE-Hamlto.OR,42p.m. LEAy--Hamilton,5.5 p.m. AnIVE-Portltnni 720p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Time Table. HORSHAM TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

Railway Time Table. HIORSHAMI TO SELBOURNE. LE?VE--HOI SHAJX, 12 noon, 6.45 p.m. A.nav--Dooeo, 12.15 p.m., 7 p.m. ,, Jnng Jung, 1236 p.m., 7.23 p.m, ruertou, 2.56 p.m., 7.45 p.m. Lubeck, 1.27 p.m., 8.11 p.m. Glenorchy, 2.5 p.m., 9 p.m. Deep Lead, 229 p.m., 9.21 ,, Stnowell, 24.5 p.m, 9.40 p.m. , Ararat, 3.59 p.m. ., Buegor, 4.45 p.m. , Balsrat, .p.m .m. ,, Geelong, 9.13 p.m. , Melbourne. 11.15 p.m. Nor--The train l-ving Horosl?o :t 6.45 p.m. proceed straoight to Ballarat, arriving at 2.13 .m. at that station. MELBOURNE TO HODSHAM. - Lxnvs--elbournme, 6.30 a.m., 7 p.m. AnnvE--Geelong, 8.13 am., 8.30 p.m. ,, Ballarat, 10.55 a.m.. 10.9 p.m. , Ararat, L16 p.n., 2.2 n.m., Stawell 2.20 p.m,. 3.5 a.m Lrzve-Stawels, 3.15 p.m., 7 .m. AozvE--Deep Leal, 3.31 p.m., 7.1 a.m. , Glenorechy. 3.55 p.m., 7.4 am. L Luoeck, 4.33 p.m., 8. .m. " , urtoa, 5.4 p.m., 8.55 n.m '' ,,- Jung Jung, 524 p.m., 9.17 a.m. D, ooen, 5.43 p.mm. 9.38 .m. ": "! .; B, ensbsm 8 pm., 9.55 nm.

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MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [Tau WEEt'S TPNSeasCTNoBj In the import mnarket business continues fairly active, a good demand being main tained for trade purposes, in addition to an increasing inquiry amongst the larder buyers for specialities now commanding attention The excitement with respect to wheat bras a noticeable feature on Friday, but not withstanding the eagerness of buyers to operate in wheat, the deman:l was to a great extent checked by the firmness of holders, who in most cases refused to quote under 5s 21. Upwards of 20,000 bags were offered at is lid and 53 2d without finding buyers. Subsequently when business became more settled, 2,000 bags changed hands at 5s Id ex station, 500 bags were plaeed at 5s 1d, while 750 bags were disposed of in milling parcels at 5s ld to 5s lid. A parcel of 3,000 bags was taken up at On 2d conditionally on freight for Europe being obtained. It has .also transpired that 7,000 bags have been taken up on private terms for delivery on b...

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Supposed Suicide of a Boy, Inglewood, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

Supposed Suicide of a Boy, --o -- Inglewood, Sunday. A magisterial inquiry was held at Serpen tine on Saturday, by Mr. D. Coutes, J.P., on the body of George Watson a, boy of 13 years of age. From the evidence taken it appeared that on Tuesday last the boy's mother had occasion to reprimand him. Sometime after. wards he met another boy with whom he had a quarrel, which ended in Watson being pulled off a horse e he was riding andthrashed. Watson threatened to shoot the other boy, and said that if he had a knife he would stab him. On Wednesday his body was found in a paddock about a quarter of a mile from his mother's residence. A rifle was lying close by, and thebody had a gbunshot woundin the stomach. In a pocket-book found on the body was a letter apparently addrssed by Watson to his mother, but a gre ,t part of the writing was obliterated by blood. The following words could be di'tinctly read ; "I meanto shoot mvself with Crann'o?s, l., .aj, --.. : r I coull bhut see your face onc...

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BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

BALLRAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. January 28. Mesers Ceris. VauG?ro e xaW Co.' report: There has been a good bu'siness done in the market this week. Flour has bhen in moder ate demand at quotations, but we anticipao higher prices in conseqjuence of the advance in` the price ef wheat. Bran and pollard have been dull of sale. There has been a good enquiry for wheat, with but little offer ing. Oats have :been in good request and prices have advanced, There has been little doing in barley, but few loads coming in, all forward met with ready sale at quotations. Peas havrd been fully supplied and prices have receded a little. Potatoes haie met with good e:lde 'al the'week at prices below. Manger hay has been fully supplied. Sheaves were in good demand with short supply, and prices advanced till to-day, when, in cones quence of a very large supply coming for ward, lower prices had to be taken. Straw meets with ready sale at quotations. We quote :-Wheat, 4s 10d to Is bags in. Oats, 2a 4d to...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

Epitome of-News. r Thetatnahi irat:with Sir Hsni Ij Parkes on board, arrived in San Fr~nciaco on the 24tb. ; The Spitfire arrive at Cooktown with the remains of Mrs. Watson and lnfant.A pblic funeral willbe given. Extensive arrangements are being com* pleted for the hoalling of the English Fair in the Exhibition Building on the 11th Feb. rmary. t half-past eight o'clock on Thursday evening Mrs. Margaret C?nningham, wife of the mayor of Geelong, died at her residence. The latest rumor an political circles (says e the "Herald") is that the Hon. H. Bolton, the Postmaster-General, will be appointed Agent-General for the colony in London. Michael Rush is trying to arrange a sculing ma:ch with Laycock at the Grafton regatta on the Queen's Birthday. The night watchman at the Newcastle rail way who was knocked down by an engine on Wednesday, died on Friday. He was very penurious, and over £250 in notes was found sewn in his clothes. Twodam sinkers, named Walsh and Moffatt died near Walgett,...

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. SUNDAY MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

M ETEORIULOGICAL NOTES. TeM?PEIru UnE. SUNDAY MONDAY HIG(EST LOWEST P.IGIST LOWEST TI the shade 107 60 74- 60 In t"e sun 125 - 85 - Probable weather--Fin, dull, cloudy. :eagistered by E. Miller.

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 31st. A Fair Day For Horsham. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

oh PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND Gi FRIDAY. pe TUESDAY, JANUARY 31sT. an at fri A Fair Day For Horshan?. - As our Shire Council- meet to-morrorw r. "for the despatch of business" there is J. one matter which comes legitimately M within their province which we should like to see taken up by our councillors and discussed with all that gravity be which we think its importance demands. th And we have the less hesitation in G, pressing this matter upon their atten- to tion, for the very simple reason that it e does not involve any party question, or wi the rights of any particular riding, but Cl the welfare of the whole district. The ca ensuject we allude to is one which we n have already discussed in these columns, Io and it is one which has been pretty a freely ventilated by the farmers them- t selves. We allude to the suggestion we he threvw cut for the establishment of a bo Fair Day in Horsham for the disposal fa' of stock,of farm, dairy, and garden pro- roi duce. In many districts of ...

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FURTHER OUTRAGES IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

FU~RTIJER OUTRAGES IN IRELAND. The news from Ireland continues to be of a very disquieting character. To this fact and the discoveries made by the constabulary of extensive Fenian and ether projects is to be attributed the despatch of two additional battalions to Dublin within the last few days. Outrages against landlords, bailiffs and pro. Ierty are reported from many of the counties, and numerous arrests of these believed to be implicated are being made daily.

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

LOCAL "TOPICS. T "i WE again remind our readers that for the bi future this journal will bepublishedbi-weekly, and that on Friday it will appear in its en larged form. in A novoun was carrent in the town yester- at day that Mr. R. H. Andrews, the respected kt manlger of the local branch of the Victoria w] Bank, was likely soo: to sa.ver his connection with Horsham, to enable him to fill the posi- an tion of bank inspector, which would of go course, necessitate his removal from amongst pr on. We cannot vouch for the accuracy of the report, but should it prove authentic, it however much we should be pleased to hear no of this gentleman's advancement to a more responsible position, we are at the some time m; perfectly aware that his removal from ch our midst wtsld be a serions loss to the go town. Mr. Andrews, during his residence in we Horsham, has so identified himself with its as int rests, and taken such a prominent part ac in its institutions and in all questions cal th cnlated to...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. MURDER OF BAILIFFS. London, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (FROM TuE DMILY PAERS.) MURDER OF BAILIFFS. London, January 28. Great excitement was caused in December last by the .act that two bailiffs employed in the vicinity of Lough Miask, on the borders of County Galway and Mayo, were mi3sine from their homes. As there was reeaon to believe that they had fallen victims to foul play, diligent search for their remains has been made for several week past, and yesterday the bodies of the murdered men were found ton the lake tied up in sacks, in bwhich they had been thrown into the water.

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

THQ 3 ASTQUNG AUCTIONEEI stook, Station, Land, `in~iioe and Commission Agent, WILSON STREET. HORSEHAMI ADVAINCES made on Leasehbld or Free. b hold Cocuntry Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances marleon Wool for sale either iii he colony or London. Agricunitural : MIchinery and Implements the bestMdelbbirrne and Rallkrit Makers .appled promptly, and on LnBERAL .TERaS: SEvery decription of business connected with the Laids, and other Government I;epartments conductedpromptly, efficiently, and economically. , Fire and'Life -insurances effected in the best companies. Salcs of Property or Stock conducted in any part of the colony. Anreitran Fisken and Gibson,: Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Lascell.a and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The Australian Mutual Provident Life As mrance Society. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Inasurance Co., of New Zealand. allarat Permanent Building and Invest. ment Society. Valuer for the allara...

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

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HORSHAM RETAIL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

HORSEAD RTArL MARuET. Fresh butter, IS 3d per lb: potted do,l per Ib; egi3.lOd per dozen ; cheese, 7d to Ed per Ib; bacon ltdtols; bmhlmto Is 2d;i?otatoee, 7.per cwt; onions, lid to 2d per lb.

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times Office, Monday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

* Commineciaz . S ORSHAM WHEAT NARKET. Times Office, MondayEvonmg SThe quotatio foe . wheat to.sy wai e 4?d~ bnt busine3 operatios e were extroeely limrited.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ...--0- (AUSTRALIAN st5s8 AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, Mo~maT. The following team will leave for Sydney by the first train on Thursday for the .nter olonial Cricket Match, viz :-Baker, Black Bam, Boyle, Bonnor, Cooper, Conlthard, watdds, HBraie,Moule,l 'Donnell, M'Shane, almer, and Turner. Free railway passes have been issued to the Ilusian officers. The report of Goodsir, the Custom House officer, lately returned from tie South Aus tralian Border, received by Mr. Graves, re cosmmends the officers to be stationed along he border to issue permits as mentioned in be new border treaty; also a boundary flicer to patrol a large stretch of land on the eorder. He states that a great deal of illegal etting is going on in the Glenelg river, and ihat large heaps of fish, too small to sell, are ying rotting on the banks An officer of isheries is to be sent down at once. butcher of Carlton was fined 40s with bs costs, and his carrier 10s and Ss costs for exposing bad meat. The premi...

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DIRECT CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER.) NEW FRENCH MINISTRY. PARIS, JANUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

DIREOCT Y A L ?I?? ..R . ,MI (PER REUTER.) NEW FRENCH MINISTRiY.: PBIS, JaaRuI 29. The formation of the new French mn?istry s not yet been definitely completed, but up the present the following hare accepted fice :--M. De Freycinet, President of Coun , f Ministers; M. Leon Say, Minister of inance; M. Jules Ferry, Minister of Edn ation; M. Tirard, Minister of Agriculture d Commerce. The other portfolios have ot yet been filled.

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A Touching Story, [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

A. Touching Story, Three small chi dren, a boy end two girls respectively ten, seven, and four years old, arrived in St. Louis, U.S., a few weeks ago, having travelled thither all-the way from Kulm, in Germany,without any escort orpro tection but their innocence and helplessness. Their parents, who had emigrated last year from theo- Fathrrland and settled in Sedalia, Missouri, had left them in charge of an sunt, to whom in du? time they forwarded a sum of money sufficient to pay the passage and other expenses [of the little ones to their new home across the ocean. - As'ihey solkd not a word of any language save their own, in all probability they would never have arrived at their destination had not the relative in qUesi tioni provided them.with a passppiort. ot; truly, addressed to asy earthly adthoiity,but to Christiau mankind at large. Before taking 'leave of thesi she gave the elder girl a New Testament, instructing her to show it to every person who might accost her diring her l...

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Horsham Police Court. Monday, January 30th. (Before S. B. Bolton Esq., J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

Hiorsham Police Court. . Io.XDAY, JATUARY 30Tsn. (Before S. B. Balton Esq., J.P.) DPRUN2K AND DISOOIDERLT. John Quinlan was charged with having been drunk and disorderly by Constable Daly, who deposed that the prisoner was very drunk on Satnrdany at the railway station. Fined £1 or forty-eight hours in default. REslnGrs TIE POLICE. The samns prisoner was further charged with having resisted the police in the executionof their duty, and was fined £2 or in default seven day's imprisonment, OOSCENE LANGUAGE. John Millar rwas charged with using obscene language on Saturday night in the vicinity ot the lock-up. Constable Tracy deposed that the prisoner, in the company --o. .ln- sotherso was making use of obscene lenn~age ann ' ecu- u5-rraCab--l .e n,, against the police. Fined £10, or in default threo months imprisonment. The court then adjourned.

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A Singular Death [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

A Singular Death "The Times " re ports that " at Hatfield house, the residence of the Maqunie of Salis bury, a labourer named William Dimmoch 22 years of age, was accidenttlly killed on December 12, by coming into con:act with the wires conveying the e!eo-ric c rrent whici lights the maneon. Batfi ld-house is ligh with 117 light- on the Brush system, workcd by an engine of 16-horse power placed in the sawmills some didtanre from the tense. Tue eledtric wires and a telephone wire conned the saw.mills with the mansion; for some distance they are carried on poles, hut tJ Ea'e the unsightly appearance of the pole near the hnue,. the wires are run along the garden wall, Sft. from the ground, and f1 same distance they are not insulated or ab protected. The deceased was at work in the garden assisting to lay a telephone wire, arn was sent to ease the wire at the corner the brickwork to prevent its getting caol While he was absent the linesman heard t wires shake, anrd on looking round ear ...

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