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

S GAZETTE There will:be a sale of Crown Iand, Dimboola on Tuesday 2nd February. - amuel Joseph Goldsmith has beenap pointed,'_ temporarily, deputy registrar o births; .deaths and marriages, and Clerk d Courts at Horsham, during the absence s 1 eave of C. G. Holmes. The following lauds have been temporai reserved :-Bringalbt.---Site for affordi access to Water. also withheld from sae leasing, and licensing, and excepted fre? occupation for residence or businesr under a miner's right or business license.-Seventy.41 acres two roods thirty-seven perches, cono i of Lowan, Farish of -ringalbart. . . WVatchem.-Site for public purposes (Stals , Scll. lNo ofl application 2511), also witlhhel from's ale, leasing, and licensing, and excepted from' accpation for mining purposes orsor residence or business under any miner's right or business license.-Three acres, county oi Bornnu, parish of Watchem. The following applications for the rene??al of licenses have been approved of:-Ale. •,nder and Tr...

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NHILL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HORSHAM TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

INuLL> TO TM EDITOR OF TIIE HORSITLMF.5. H Nu.L AND uTS SUnnouSxInGS-WfEATeIE -PRICE CURRENT-MECHANIC' INSTrrITTE MEETISN- DrIPIITERA A PUZZLE - SCnooL .CLOSED - CAPTAI? I{AYrOND'S FARINA - A MEDICO WANTED-A LECTURE ANNOUNCED. - Sir,-Little of moment, to communicate this week. '-Aibush-fire hasbeen raging fora few days in the N.E., but I have not been able to ascertain the precise locality. Weather cool and brauing. A large quantity of wheat is bei,,g sto:et and purchased. Prices steady at 3s 8d co 3s ld. A meeting of the Mechanics' Institute committee was held at the Farmers' Arms Hotel on the 23rd inst. Mr. F. H. Oliver in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed nem con. Mr. Watts was placed on the committee, vice Mr. Thompson resigoed. Mr. Kosminsky's resig nation was peremptorily declined until he elves an account of his stewardship. I regret to say Mr. Farmers' family have been suffering from diphtheria, two children saccumbed to this insidious disease,...

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

CORRESPONDENCE. [No.-All letters aAdresed tin the ~ditormust be aeompnined by the nameu and address of the aender, notneceessrily for publicatilo, but os at guarantee of goed fai.h; We donot identify our selves in the slightest degree with the opinions er pressedin this. our open, column, but reserve a rightto ecreise or amend statements which appear to require it, as being intemeperate. Correspon dents will, however, understand thatin noca0se do we alter correspondence or refuse ndmisslion to letters, because they may conflict with our own opioioo.-Eo. H.T. _

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CRICKET. HORSHAM V. CHURCH HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

CRICKET. HORSHAMI V. CHURC HILL. A match between these two clubs was commenced on the ground of the former on 1 Saturday afternoon. The Church-hillites C went first to the wickets, but were all dis posed of for 44 runs, of which Cumming scored 22 by dashing play hitting three fours. Fahey and Itundell bowled for Horsham the former securing 1 wicket and the latter 8. g The Horsham team succeeded in scoring 72 I before they were all disposed of. Doyle s taking 8 wickets and Camming 2. The 8 pnuicipal scorers were Jones 16, Blackburn I 14, and Birkmeyer 10. The Church-hill C team in their seccnd innings had five wickets down for 25 runs when time was called, t Warne being the highest scorer with 10 runs. 4 N?izum secured 3 wickets land Birkmeyer 2. 3 The following is the score :- I CHURCH BILL. ?msr INI?GS. s. Cumming, b Rondell ... ... ... 22 8 Gibb, b Rundell .. ... ... 2 I Doyle, b Fahey .. .. 0 -Buekley, lbw b Rundell : ..-. .. 3 . Geddes, c Fahey; b lindell .? ... 0 r Hourigan, c ...

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A PUBLIC BATHING HOUSE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HORSHAM TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

A PUBLIC BATHING HOUSE. TO TIIE EDITOR OF TOE HORSiE.Ut TIMES. Sir,--It is to be hoped that our shire councillors will at their next meeting give practical effect to the suggestion which has been made in your journal for the erection of a bathing house on thoe river. That some such provision has long been required is patent to every one, especially so during the intense heat of the summer months, and I am quite sure that the erection of some such a building for the purposes required will be very highly appreciated by the public generally. 1 therefore trust that the members of the South riding in particular will not lose sight of the matter.-1 am, &e., 1ATEPAYERB.

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The Clerkenwell Tragedy. ("Standard," December 9.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 January 1882

The Clerkenwell Tragedy. C-" (" Standard," December 9.) At the Clerkenwell Police Court this morning, Richard Hammitt, aged thirty-nine, a general printer, of 20 Lancing-street, St. Pancras, was charged on remand before Mr. Barstow with feloniously and wilfully mur dering his two children-Albert, aged four years; and Arthur, aged twelve months-by stabbing them on the 13th September last. He was farther charged with attempting to commit suicide at the same time. Mr. Poland appeared for the prosecution, and the prisoner was not defended. William Ham mitt, a son of the prisoner, was recalled. He said that the morning in question his father called out to him, "Bill, bring the baby into me." He took the baby, Arthur, into the back room and put him on the bed. The prisoner then said, "Go out, and shut the door." He went out, and some time after wards his father called out, "Bring the hammer in." Witness got the hammer, and took it to his father, who opened the door three or four inches, t...

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Disastrous Bush Fires. Lancefield, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

Disastrous Bush- Fires; Lancefield,?-Monday. On t the most disastroi~j bush fiies ilia have happened in theo'iLance fiel district since the .menorable "Blak Monday," some sixteenlyears ago, occurred yesterday, when; the Dividing Range, for a distance of ibout tiventyn'iles, was in flames. Ttifi're, it seems;;has been burning foc the'ast three -ieeks, but the violent. °th winds experienced yesterday cai?a it to. spread beyond control,, and 'flow with almost lightning rapidity 'in a northeastern Idirection J towards Lancefi6ld, ?conaumidg eterysingg be fore it. omesteids wered. tated; apd notit a f h isleft talsisg tec The piincipal sii as certained at p unt, Phillips, 'qugau als Collen; Half-penny, Beasly, Pwyer, and Jones. There art many other heavy losers, whose names have not yet bers -in ma~y in itdei r arl se of Messrs =et wiisult? w'as experienced in saving the dwellinghouses.) Mr. DBeasley, of Dunsford's station, his had a number of sheep destroydd, bdt, the extent of the loss...

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Nin[?] Death [?] (SAN FRANCISCO [?]) Pitt[?] Dec. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

ini ?Death Dc. 10. Tf -terrible olocaus - at Rock Cut, seven miles ro ity,.this morn ing, about 3 o'clock, by which nine men were burnt to death, and eleven .:were. fatally injured. The fire oc curred in the boardinghouse, in which nearly 50 workmen employed at Davis' b:islanh dam. we.e boardlng. The fraime boarhdnghiouse was located on the line of the Pittsburg. and Lauke Erie Rail road, some;seven miles below the city. It was set on fire by the explosion of a. S.;lamp..: Off40Lperso-ns k.nowni to Le. sleep itg tliere, all were more or less burned, and not one of them-succeedede in securing his clothes, so rapid was the progress of the flames.: Thebuild-' leg in which the fire occurred,as stated above, -was located: abdit seved 'miles from the city, at a place called Rock Cut. It wis owned by Martin'Joyde, a contractor, but was under the management of 1 'V. Kown, as: board inghouse-keeper. It was 30ft. wide and 50fr. in length, and was constructed of 1Gft. feet boards put onedil. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

N SALE. --Rowland's Lemo ad,Ginger : Ale, Soda Water, &c., Largy and Small QuantitiesJ. .Langlands &(o.q t "o ' '" BE SOLD,Privatel, aBUTCHERING BUSI NESS.- Appy, J; EDE, Hoi sham.. rPO LET.-A Blacksmith's Sholp, on easy . terms; a good. bnusinesL-Apply, .T. Hodby, Wail. ?O LET.r The SHOP .ant DWELLING I now occupied byAh Gooeyas a drapery store. Rent 20s per week.-Apply, Thomas Yonag. ,TRATED into my Paddock, -about Octo h ber last, one red and .white Bullock, branded on near rump, blotch brand: and W. brotch braid off rump. He will be 'worked to pay expenses.-T. WILLS, Kewell West. Horsham Cricket Club. A GENERAL MEETING'of the members A. of th'. above Club' will be held. at Robinson's Shamrock Hotel on Tuesday even; ing next, at 8 p.m. . :H. M. FAHEY Farm to Let or for Sale.' mO LET or For Sale,;. FARM the property ."L of Mr. John Rossbotham; situated' in the parish of Tooan, entaining 226 acres of good agriculural or pastoral land. The land, is of first-class qua...

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Wimmerashire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

Wimmerashire -ouneo?ai - -- oiaT- u was held at the shirr lall on Weonesday iat. .1 lyeseit:,Thio;.Prpideto,. ('r Bell; (m tht A dciite), Ciiirs. lei ac TIW. Philip, Feebler, .R Grant, J. C. CartE?? .' Carter, J Keyte, i and Wv. a:"rgm.in ? The minutes of last meeting were Cead and confirmoed. cor nsro-nscE. From Puldic Works Depriftment callingfort an explnnalion in ri;er'd to the ependitore disallowel by thelcu!itore.-Attendea to. From Secretary for La.ds notifying that a portion only of tle river frontage, north of e the immnera in the parish of Vectis East, is c -eiorved.-leceivetd. From Isoaa Ste 'er..5 oef Kella~Le; applyging for a further supply of Carbon Bisalpb.-On t the motion of the President the matter was t referred toQ 3'Doni'ld Brothers of Kellalae., From Secretary fir Lands, requesting in- . formation as to the Corrangorach Swamp 1 being a suitable site for water supply pur-. poses. " Cr. Philip moved, and Cr. S. Carter see ended, That the sale of the same be opposed...

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SALE AT MINYIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

SALE AT MINYIP. J. GEaonY AD Co..report: We had a successful sale of stock at M.inyip on Tuesday last,:the. 21st- inst. Several lots of sheep were disposed of at satisfactory figures. The firm sold the same day, J. Nicholson's leasehold selection at Burrereo for the sum of £1 5s 5d per acre, Mr. Alexauder M'Leod being the puochaser The next Minyip sale will be held on Tuesday. 20th iustano. A good number of sheep:are already entered.

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CORRESPONDENCE. MR. R. H. ANDREWS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HORSHAM TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. M. R. H. ANDREWS. TO TIIE EDIT)R? OF TIE IOORSILH TInS. SSmi,-I am inqite at a -loss to account for such a rnmor with cegalr to mvcelf, as that mentionsdl in your issue of Tuesaay last. So far as I am awarcI. am not at al likely to le.ve Itorsham, nor is their any foundAstio in fact for any part of the para.raph. Kindly contralice' same in your next issue and oblige. Yoare et2., : .H. ANDREW&S SBank o£ Victoria Feb. 2nd.

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKIET. February 1.: MESSRS HEPBURs AND ROWE REPoar: Fat Cattle-Of the above number over 200 were atores, qua!ity of remainder rangi~g from idferior togood, wilh some prime. A draft of bullocks of Mr. A. C. Eddington'e, 8Jaae1neich were by far the best yarded, and were much admired for breeding and qualjt.y and realised considerably thie lighest averse for some weeks past. Prime pens of bull. ocks sold at an. advane of:10s a head, other descriptions Ikding about last week's rates. Quotaitiiiae-Bait pens bollecke, £91to £11; good, £6 10s to £8 10s; medium, £4 10 to £6. Cows at proportionate rates. Fat Calv s--Sppl s a ful on co. ý'4a!J6=ý°= ýe;any prime quality sold a otiter 'deicrptiona only bringing low prices. Best sold to 45I. PFt; Slieep-Of the. above number con siderably inore than one-half were stores, .quality ofiremannder ranging, from miedium to good, with a few prime. Owing to their scarcity prime wethers realised an advance of full Is, other descripti...

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Our German Column. [TRANSLATED SPECIALLY FOR THE HORSHAM TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

Our German Column. -0- - TRA.NSL-TED SPECAIART'?? FPr. TleE IIHOPtslaA TIMES.] P. ince Dismlark, who tried to obtain a manjity its the German letchstagby a com i.::stiou of the Cnitrum and the Conserva tive-, has been dlefeated in obtaiiningfund ior the '" B?ard of Advice for commerical and sgrieuttnralpurpouscs." ThelClerieels voted ogaeist him. Several of the leaders of thL Libera's showed that by obtaining the funds for t:iis " Board of Advice" Bism ark counl retth: all questions appertaining to commerce nod aa:icultnre wit:outcolming to the panlia. anent. The Chancellor's aim at Irmnrsatis-at as therefore received a nasty blonw. Wind orst, the leader of the Centrrum, so far hase eserted the ( hancellor, the ccuse of which -e.s as article writtel againrt the Clerical i:atv inii is?ark's pa1er, and which was tracy-i to ha:ve [ecn suritten by the Cialncellor hlinetei. The article stated that the nim of lhe .Ciericals was nothing else but to try to lismember the German Emlpire again...

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GEELONG LIVE STOCK MARKET. January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

GEELONG LIVE STOOCK MARKET. January 31. Messrs DEa-rns,. LasC.LnESs, Au.ST' ADa Co. report: Fat Cattle.-Five markets have been held this.month; fully one-half of the. cattle penned were of inferior and medium quality, the balance good useful light and medium weight., only a few odd beasts prime. The number penned have been sufficient for re quirement, and from the opening market of this month to the closing one prices may be quoted 103 per head lower for the best, and 203 for inferior and medium quaoities. Best peas bullocks sold to £9 7s Gd; best pens cows to £7 ICs; single cows to £8. Fat Sheep.-The greater proportion of the sup plies have been sheep of inferior and mid-. dling descriptions, and for such prices are about the same as last month. For good and prime prices may be quoted is higher; cross breds sold to 10s Gd; a fewr extra weights and quality 12 3:1 to 14s Gd; merino wethers, to 7s Ga; merino owes, Ga. Fat Lambs.-Sup plies have greatly lessened, and a large num ber of ...

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 2ND. (Before A. Cameron, Esq., J.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

TniUnsoAr, ?.Jxu.T AR?o.D. (Before A. Cameron, Es;., 3.P.) INSJ',TIt EIfAVIOUL'. rl.derick. Kipatrick wn-a charged wit?t insulting hehaviour. (O.mstable Daly depcsed that as he was going down the street be awv defendant come out of an hotel, and heard him challenge an,thrr man to fight using very ahssive lant?'t-ge, and wro!td have assaulted hin had not he (the constable) appeared and appre hended him. D.dfentant was fined£2 or 11 days imprison enr.t. The fine was paid. 'I'hT court then adjourned.

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MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. January 31. Messrs. EvEINsan.ur, GREENFIELD, AND CArnTEn report: The corn exchange auction sales were largely attended this morning, and compati. tion was keen up to 5s per bushel for ship ping wheat and railway or store. A half. lenuy more has been obtained for spot par eels, f.o.b. fy auction and privately we sold 1075 bags from 5s to 5s id, the latter figure for lots delivered. Flour we have numerous inquiries for at £10 10s to ship, and have done business at the figure. Bran and pollard are scarce, prices, Is Id for the for mer, and Is 2d for the latter. English barley has slightly receded in value, only top qualities realize late quotations which range from 4s 3d to 4s Gd. Cape barley we sold at 33 2d to Ss 2.d. Peas have had a better market 3s to 3s 3d was realized to-day. Feeding grains have had a good business prices remain the same as last week-, viz, 3s id to 3s 3d for feed, and 3s 4d to 3s SI for 'milling. hMaize.--We sold 202 bags of thi...

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Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY, 31st January. (Before S. B. Polton, Esq., J.P.) TRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

Horsham Police Court FFPeaYr, Slab Jan.Yr. (Pore ,. B. Polkrn, Esq., J.P.) aOnsK AND DiSODEzra, SD..vid Connonly was charged by Constab1 Itlttob with rhaving been drank and di orderly on the previous day. The charge was fully proved a ainst the accused, but owiog t. his having been subjeetedto togs treatment at the hands of another priseecr whilst he was in the lock.up, he was .d?. charged with a caution, .James Jellett was charged y Sergeast L rkintwithihzvig;leeei admnk whist in ci ire= df a liorsed n'td bggy on the pnblin hig.h ay on the preceding day, aJd aras. ned 20s or 3 ,days imprieoament. SouSCEIE ;LCoCACGE . The same defendant was alsoeharged by Sergeant Larkan with having made use of obscene language in a public place, and waa fined £L5 or 1'mutlh'a iunprisonment. The same defenudant ::n further chareof with having untawfully atnienlted )Daid Connonly whilst is the Ilck-up. and wag mn!tel I in an additional fine of £5 cr the ltlernative of one month's impria",mmnn t, ti t...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

SEpitome of News. The wife and six children of Henry Simnp son, a firmer, near Tyreton, "Canterbury, was burned to death during the destruction of the farm house by fire. MIr. Henry Laurio has ceased to be the proprietor of the "Warrnambo.l Standard." The property was handed over to Mr. C. N. T. Opie, who has become the purchaser 1 on.behalf of a company. John Devine, who caused the death of Thomas Fanning, by wantonly riding in front of live horses in a race at Dubbo last Tures day, has been committed for trial by the Messrs. Melhado and Curtis, brokers, have served a writ on the Government to recovr £1500 commission for floating the £500,000 loan during the Berry Administration. William Thomas recently started to walk to the sea coast fron near Rocky Month, N.S.W. in search of oysters. Last Thursday he was found dead, wild dogs having eaten ons of his arms, and part of his face. Alto gather theibdy prese ted a horrible sight. The ngent-generalship has again been placed at the disp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

Stock, tion, Iand, and Commission WIL.SON STREET. HOt.. DVANiCES made on L.eseh Free. S hodk Country Lands, Advances nsade.on Tow e. Advanctes mala on e either in the colony ori in Lndod. Agricultur l-Machinery and Implements by the best Mclliomne and Balklrat Makers, Sippli d promptly,. and o.LtOXFAL Taaae" Every levuription of business connected with the Lads, and oth?- ,Government reartbno tac ouductedprimmptlE, fficiently, and economically " Fire and Life Insurances effected in the best companies. Sales of Property or Stock conducted in anypart of the celonv.' AGnrT FOR Fisken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Lascella asd Co.; wool and grain brokers, Geelong : :"' The Australian Mutual Provident Life As rirance Society. The Vic?iari Fire Insurtice Co. The National Fire. Insurance Co., of New Zealaud. Balarat Permanent Building and. Invest. meot Socicty. Valuer for the BallaratBanldug Co.,Limited. Auction Sales of horses. cattle, &e., h...

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