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

W LIAM ADAMISON & CO., Produce Brokers, -0 Little Collins-street West, MIELBOURNE, IGEC TVLE consiunments of Grain, Flour, .- etc., for sale or storage, and make ".?er.al adrnces thereon when required. .... ,, ~ "G SALE held every Wednesday, anl p.aru PeouVrcc Sale every Wednesday and 'iiday. Account sales furnished promptly. 1T .' . 1OED & Co., EP RAIN, WOOL, SKINS, HIDES ' AN D TALLOW BROKERS, 1 s sances msde if required when received into Warehouse, 17 QUEEN-STREET, MELBOURNE. iB POIRTANT TO FA.iMER S. MILLEIRS, GEELONG, TORPE WHEAT FIIEE OF CHARGI E for SIX MIONTIIS, and makne Liberal Lash Advances at fBask rate of interest. UinarUntee market price at any time. Write for pI,:c:tl:sr. to :bove address. Ta the 'Farmers of the t . 'R. CLARKI. of the Union ý -. 3Iils, 11..rsham, beas to inform he Farmers of thie Wimmera District Ihathe has.NEvI:i made any Charge for Storage, and lhat he still continues ihs practise of STORING FREE. TO WIIMMERA FARiERS. CORN SACKS! CO...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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HORSHAM RETAIL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

S. OBSteAM IETAIL MARKbLET. .Freh butter Is 3d per Ib; potted do,ls per Ib; e lstd per dozen ; eceese, 7d to tdper.lb; bacon IOdtol s; h tm, Isto ld ;potatoe., 7s per cwt. onions, lId to d per Ib: "

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times Office, Thursday Evening [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

ComRmerclial. -0-- HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. n Tics Office, ThnEdayEvening On VWednesday morning wheat was quoted at4s 4d in'the aflternoonit reched 4s d. OnThursday d Sd owas given, -but the bulsiness transacted was limited. Later in the day a few lparcels changedl hoands at4s 510d.

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The Horsham Presbyterian Church, [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

The Horsham Presbyterian Church, On Tuesday evening the annual meeting of the congregation of the above was held in the church for the purpose of reccir ing the annual report of the committee, a statement of the receipts and expenditure, and for the election of oticers. Mr A. Came on occupied the chair, and there was a fair attendance. The balance sheet showed that the liatilities were £400, but £400 of this is a loan duc to the Church Assembly Fond payable in ten r nnuat in stalments without interest. The balance sheet anJ the following report were adopted:- ANsvr.L REPonR oF Its COManrTEE OF THE PnRESI ERcnrA. CIIURCII, Hons;AM, FOR YEAR ENDING 31sT DCeatsIEP., 1581. To the members and adherente. 'nur committee have the honour to Eubmit their report for the year ISSI. They a:o pleased to he able to state the ehurch has hadl a very snuccesfnl year, the ttend:mnce being good, and the cont, ibstious from each source considerably larger than the preceding year. On referring to the lah...

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Complimentary Address to Mr. A. W. Walters. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

Coiplihentary Addresshk i M Ir.' A. W. Walters. On: Wednesday evening'the co?ncillorsIf I tho Shire of Wimmera,tho officers, and a feti ather gentlemen met at the :Shiiiirock Hotel'l 1 by;invitation to witness the presenit.tion of an. address.to Mr A.- W. Walters an cr councillor and a former president of the shire, from the shire council. It" was ih tendled to have made the presentation at the president's dinner, which was given pre viously, but owing to unavoidable circum stances Mr Walters was not able to be pre sent upon that occasion. A very nice spread was provided by "mine host" of the Sham ock to which ample justice was done by the company, which comprised most of the shire councillors, the officers of the shire, and one or two personal friends of Mr Welters.. The chair was occupied by the president of the shire, Mr R. Bell, with the guest of the evening on his right,and the vice-cbair by Mr J. C. Carter. Altogether the evening was a most enjoyable oneand was spent in a high...

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AN IRISH FARMER ROASTED ALIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

AN IRISI FARMER ROASTED ALIVE One of the most brutal murders in con nexion with the disturbances in Ireland has jnst been reported. A farmer is said to have been roasted alive for paying his rent in op position to the directions of the Land Leaguers and other malcontents.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE MURDER OF IRISH BAILIFFS. London, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (FROI TIIE DAILY PAPERS.) THE MURDER OF IRISH BAILIFFS. London, Ja'nuary I1. Fifteen persons have been arrested for com plicity in the murderof the two Irish hailitfs, whose bodies were found in L:ngh Mask, tied insacks, with huge stones around their necks.

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The Horsham Races, [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

The Horsham Races, The following were the entries made last evening for the Horsham Cup and the Hurdld Races at Host Robinson's Shamrock Hotel, from which it will be seen that the public will have a good show for their money, many of the horses being of the right sort: IIOORSIUW CUP. A Meredith's c h Hero, aged, J. Kelly's b h,Sonshine, 5 yrs, N Lgers' g m Alice Gray, 5 yrs, W M'Clintock's b.h Salisbury, G.Pyers b g Oracksman, aged, G' Pyers' rg Baron 4 yr., C Hogan's b h Maori, 3 yrs, J Miller's b h Doncaster, (late St Patrick) aged, RI-Howie's b m Boquet, aged, J. Tully's b g Phanitom, 5 yrs, S Lyell's b m Annie Laurie, 5 yrs, C Budd's b h Severn, aged, J Powell's b g Free Lance, aged, J M'Dlonald's bi g Der Bomeler, 6 yrs, S Carter's i h Mooisn shine, 3 yrs, W tiassellPs Cattoe. '. - G Fanx's bl g Sultan, aged, C Dell's -bg Goldfilder, 5 yrs, il Anmew's b g Mailman, aged, G Pyers', b L. g' ?elksman, aged, iI Dingiwell's~b g-raliik u'ed, W Phillips' b g `Grayflei, a yrs, W J Carte...

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BURNING OF A NEWSPAPER OFFICE. London, February 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

BURNING OF A NEWSPAPER OFFICE. London, Februnry 1 The principal oflice of the "New -ork Times," in Nnw York, has been destroyed by fire.' It is reported that several of the emnployee were killed during the progress of the conflagration.

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3RD. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIIDAY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3aD. L2OCAL TOPICS. THE sittingsofithelshire councilcommenced on Wednesday and were bcontinued till Thursday afternoou. Of the principal matters which engaged the attention of the councillors was a letter from the Government calling upon the council to rigidly enforce the act for the suppression of the rabbit nuisance,and offering to grant a subsidy of 3d per dozen for the skins on the following conditions, viz., that. if their, market price were is per dozen, and the council were to give is Gd per dozen,so as to ensure their speedy destruction in numbers, the Govei-nment would.allow 3d for every dozen so destroyed, so that the loss entailed.' by the council would only be 3d beyond the market price. Practically the council has adopted the suggestion. It is also understood that the Government would bear the cost of carriage. Attention was drawn to the number of rabbits that wereon the Horsham Town Common, and it was stated by the ...

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY HIGHEST LOWEST HIGHEST LOWEST [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

M ETEOROLQGITCAL'OTES. S TEMPEILTURE. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY HIGHEST LOWEST HIGHEST LOWEST In the shade '. '87 46 .97 56 Intcsun " 121 - 122 - Probable weather-Sultry. ; Slcgistered by E. Miller.

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

Queen's College;St. Kilda. i-tST QUART E Jan. 30ti.i 0opy of 1 last report and prospectus:forwarded on'application. - ROBERT S. BRADLEY, Heal Master. TIMBOOLA. RACING CLUB. THE'ANNUAL MEETING of the above Club will be held On the Dimboola Iltcecourse, On Tuesday March, 7th, 1882. Nominations for the Handicap tIurdles land Dim boola Hadicap, h, be inthe hands of the secre-. tary not later tL.a 8 p.m. on the 17th Febranro , at Dimboola, and for'the .ovel Selling IRae on the night of generl entry. Entries for the Maiden Plate and Selling Hack Race night of general entry, th Ehrch. SAML. EARLE, Secretary. WARRACKNABEAL TURF CLUB RACES. Thursday, 9th March, 1882. hMAIDEN ..ATErOf S soay., [0ne and: n-half mile.- For all horses that have won in .id. vertised race exceeding 5 sova. Weight for age. Entrance, lOs. HANDICAPH UIEuC'Lno ACE of :1 SnoVI, two miles. Nomination, 10s: acceptance. 10.! FAnERS RACce. Set of- harness, value S sovs. Three.qioirters of a mile. 12 stone ::'up.r;Entrhnce,...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRJLIA2A PlESS AGEECY.) MELrOURNE,; THURSDAY. The Victoria Yacht Club has taken advan tage of the presence of the Russian Squadron in the Bay, and intend holding a regatta shortly in order to give tbe.:nlussian seamen an opportunity of trying conclusions with'the Naval Brigade. TheRoyalO.:nmassiou,appianted to enquire into and report upon the best means of regu lating and shortening the hours of employes in shops, held a preliminary meeting this morning. Mr Zox, .LL.A. presided. The Victorian Anglo-Jewish Alliance will shortly present Admiral Aslanbegoff with an address from the Jews of Victoria, to bring under his notice their greas sympathy with the persecnted Jewrs in Southera Russia. The Admiral and officers of the Russian Squadron were driven found the city to-day by the Premier and, his colleaguces. All public buildings and places of interest were visited. Everything is progressing favourably at the quarantine station. A case of leprosy is reported fro...

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More Larrakinism. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

More Larrakinism. At the Collingwood Court on Tuesday before Messrs Field, Levens, Peters, Marsden and Barnet, a notorious scoun drel and ruffian named William Minogue was presented on a charge of insulting behavour, preferred against him by the landlady o 'the Weigh bridge Hotel, Hoddle-street.. From the evidence given it appeared that ablut 5.30 p.m. on the 26th December last the prisoner, in company with a gang of which he is the ringleader, entered the Weighbridge Hotel and demanded drinks. They appeared to to be under the infinence of drink at the time, and Mrs. Carmody, the land lady, refused to serveo them. AMinogue at this called his mates to rush the bar, and at the same time making use of vile expressions to Mrs. Carmody. They did not, however, commit any act of violence, but proceeded down John ston-street in the direction.of the bridge. On their way the ruffians met. a man named Charles Holdei, who' had some twelve months .,ago given evidence against Minogue in a case of...

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DIRECT CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER.) ARABE BEY. CAIRO, FEBRUARY 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

' -*DIRECT CBLE GRAM S. - " PER REUTER.) ARABE BEY, CAIRO, Frnnnu 1 A~abo Bey, leader of the Nati maliits' party tae' .visited.the FPieideadc of) the.A'.! embly of Notablei, anad demanded, on be half of the army, that the Chamber shall vote the original budgehtir p l;r s i?ld complete control over the finances of the country. Itis expected thatCherif Pasha, Pre dent of the Councilof Ministers, will resign in order to avert:a inilitary eniento wh -ichs threatened.. ·

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

DEATHS.       TURNER.—On the 31st ultimo at Horsham,   Alfred Shepparton, son of Tom H. and Eva Turner, aged one year and one day. LAING.—On Wednesday, the 1st inst., at   Horsham, Annie Blandina, the beloved wife of Alexander Laing, aged 23 years. Deeply regretted.  

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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 February 1882

TamuoSDAd FEnnRUARr 2.nD. The councillmet this morning pursuant to adjournment. Present: The President. Cr. Bell, (in the chair), and Ors. W. BurEin, J. Feelcr, J. C. Carter, S. Carter, W. Philip, Rt. Grant, J. Keyte, R. Clark. From J. II. Pals in reference to contract 29 to the effect that he had misinde~tood the ,Ilans and specifications.-Referred to Engineer. From Charles Millecr, Cannum,. drawing attentioni to bad state of road at the corner of P.Doyle's selection.-lReferred to Engineer. From Messrs. I. gijo J. Clark, .Horsham, requesting that certain roads in the parish of Veetis East be opened.-Engineer.to report From Bdead teacher State school, Kewell, requesting a grant of £5 to the school for books for the scholars. Cr. Burgin moved, That the letter be considered at next meeting. Cr. Keyte seconded.--Caried. RABIT INSPEcrrn's RrPOerT. Gentlemen.-Aeeording to instructionsIiniaeeted Ellotmente ., Iaiesh of Arao liet, nald to belons-to Mr. David Aitrbes nd found it swarming wi...

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

SHIRE OF WIMMERA     SOUTH RIDING.   RETURN of the net ANNUAL VALUATION of the several properties within the South Riding of the Shire of Wimmera for the year 1882.   GLENORCHY DIVISION.   Dooley, M., Golton Golton £35 Newman, T do ..... 35 Fiurvis, Wm. do -' 19 Renfrey, Saml. do 48 Simmons, Rolbt. do 45 Barber, 1. ?, Warianook 19 Faux, Geo. Jd '... 20 ?1'Clounsn, Rbt. do 23 11'Clure, Jas. do .. ''28 Groome, T., Ledcourt ... 17 Dadswell, T. do ... 25 Cooper. Ben. do ...' 19 five, Peter, VWarra Warra 5 Ios nbnry-C. do ... 5 .iddingg, Thos. do ... 26 Allen, Jno., Varranook 24 Simmons,Edwerd t £423 7 6 Irrewarra J RI. N. Bell . Co. ) Wtarm Warms J lidaddren, Geo., LEdcourt 47 _Maddren, Amelia do ... 24 Jennings, Geo., Warranobok 8 LONGESINONT DIVISIVN. Bodey, Jas., Longerenong 27 Bodey, Juo. ' do . ... 33 Dave_,T.-executors 30 Longerenong J Finnigan, J., Longerenong 58S llobbs, .Wm. do ... 160 31ills, Thos. do ... 73 3''C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882

Startling Fe -e Bolio o.a -.u 'i . BEG to announce farther Shipments of r 1Mlidiatt GO(OQS .c jsthingr tf 1 carious aticles, at ow Prices. "TIME DDIIESSDEPARTMENT Is Overstocked with Prints and Sateene, which we are determined toa-?le -r outt Cost Price, viz.:- . , "" Good washing l'ompadour:Prinsts,-frtii'o4d per yard. Pompnadour Sateense, from 8d-marvellous . value, .wbhic will sell.themielve:s.' THE - A grand line in Ginglhanis, at 5d andOd' per yard., . ., .... * Lustrei, Cashmeres, iferinoes, &c.. at t equally Low ]'rices. ' .. t THE MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT,` As aforesaid, stands first in the district: Horrocks's A Calico, 3Gin, 4s 6d per dozen yards. All Linen Table D.mask, from Is 3d per d yard. Critonnes, from S4d-beaiutiful quality, very wide widths. A Good Strong Cotton Shirting, at 591d' per yard-no rbbiih. CA1 CA~ftO & 00,%S Towel.s, whitr and unbleached, from os Gd per half-dozen. White and Grey Sheeting, at Sd and 9d per yard, full 72 inches wide. T THE F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882

A ED, a ComGenral Ser asn YV House-keeper. Apply to Thomas I" Ward First Gteo lailwaylhne. . i n W ANI'ED, Dressmaker, to take charge of the department; must have good reference as .to a,:lility. Apply E. Watts, , .ll ... - , k: I F?OR SALE. A Se ~sna-h.nd Waggon. r. KIRoclie, BlacksmithPyneent-street, Horsham. ' '-"BUSINESS.-Apply,J 'EDE,.Hor. sham . '.. ' :: .... .. _ . ..-.. _v # ''O LET.-L-A Blackamith'sShop, on eisy Sterms ; a good business.-Apply, T. Hodby, Wail. 'P0 LET.-The SHOP and DWELLING i5 how occnpied byAh AGooe~ya a drapery store: Rent 20s per week.Apply, Thomas Young. . STRAYEDminto my P-ddo'k about- Octo her last, one red and. white.Bullock branded on near rump, blotch blrand and W, blotch brand off rump. He will be worked tob pay expenses.-T. WILLS, KewelWest. Notice. i HEREBY caution any person against' I giving my wife, Mary Ward, formerly Mrs. Mary Hunter, credit, as I will not be answerable for any debt she may incur. THOMAS.WA.RD, - Horsham, Feb. 31d, 1882. No...

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