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Dimboola Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
Dimboola Land Sale. .o A sale of Crown Lands was held in the Court House, Dimboot, onThurday la.st when the follow ing lots were offered -- . Dimboola, Parislolh Dimhooln.-, .: , Upset prieo L perlot--Chorge for surey L - Lot 1 A- lr ea Op, llotment 1, section 17.-S. Enrle,upset, Lot I. Area Sr 6o, allotment S, section 17.--n..E. Gregory, do.. Lot 3. Area lrOp , allotment 3, section 7.-Thos. Prratt, do. Lot 4. Arealr44-1p, allotmnt4, section 17. e. Headrdo. ... Lot ,. Area Or, allotment 5, section 17-'No offer. Lot 6. Area 3 9-10Op, allutmdnt 6, section 17.-do. Lot 7. Are lr 6 4-lOp, nllotment 7, section 17. do. Lot 8. Area lr U191Op, allotment 8, o?ction:17. -E. 3. Stephens upset. ? - Lot 9. Ares ir 7 S-lip, allotmost 0, section 17.-. No offer. Lots 10 and 11 withdmawn..... Parish of oewell East, adjoining the [(oldia? of J. N. Salmon Bpoet price L2 per acre.-Clmharge for sourvey 1.: . Lot 1. Are8a.2rSp. allotmet6tl7.. ooff.r. Parish of Denmhnile,'-at -the site. of -arti. Hnssett's...
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH. The Rabbit Scourge. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
PUBLIJSHED EVERY TUESDAY AND. FRIDAY:. P TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7Tn. ' The Rabbit Scourge.; . AT the meeting of the Shire Council on t Wednesday last there was a consensus of opinion as to the urgent'necessity of some prompt and unitdd action being d taken for the wiping out of bunny. Amongst the correspondence was a letter from the Land's Department im- j pressing upon the council the, necessity t, for rigidly enforcing the. provisions of c the act for the suppression of the plague, a and the councillors expressed themselves a quite as emphatically as to the same t, necessity. -Fre what.was said it was p apparerit that the councillors: were of a an opinion' that the Crown lands generally were the. great brcediing grounds for the rabbits from which they s issued in thousands [and laid waste theI crops' of the farmers.: From' the tone t of the departmental. correspondence oon b the subject, it might be inferred -that e sorde 'more decisive action might be' taken-by local governing bodies ...
CRICKET. DIMBOOLA V HORSHAM [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
CRICKET. -o DIMBOOLA V ieORSHAM This match came off on the Iforsham Cricket Ground on Saturday and enoded in a decisive victory for thle local team; Both chilbs tried to bring their best tealis inti the field, but Dimboola lost the services'of the darkies they intended bringing from the Mission Station; and Horsham had to do without Doyle and Geddes. Both teams were sanguine of success, but it appears Dim boola were overrating themselves,as Phillips was the only one to make a stand against Fahey's bowling. Husband, the Dimboola captain, winning the toss decided.to bhtand Bolton and D'Alton started to the bowling of Fahey and Ruandell, The former was hoeled by the "little demon" for 1, and Phillips appeared at the wicket-and played gocd cricket for 20, being well caught left. handed in the slips by Nuzum off.Fahey. Dean with 5 being next highest scorer, the inniuga closed for 46, Fahey and Jones commenced work.for Horsham, and from the first it was apparent Dimboola were in-for some ...
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
GAZETTE. The following land has been reserved: Vectis East-Site for public purposes (State School, No. of application 2492), also with held from sale, leasing, and licensing, and excepted from occupation for mining pur poses o: for residence or business under any n.iner's right or business license.-Five acres, county of Borung, parish of Vectis East. The following lands are open for selec. tion:-Horsham district: parish of 3liram piram; 320 acres; north of and adjoining G. . Cormack's selection. Parish of Daabl; 160 acres; east of and adjoining Mary O'Iourke's selection. The following applications for leases have been ap;roved:-R-obert Currie,Longerenong; Bertha A. Lindner, ne' Milich, Wallap; Christian Pampa, Katyil; Jno. Thompson, Neuarpur; J. W. Thomas, Bangerang; Alex. Wheeler, Kiata. The following applications for licenses have been approved:-C. S. Hobbs, Yaringa; Horsham United Gas Comrpany Limitd : g.s works, 3a, Horsham; William Vear rural sto:e, 2r 33p, Kaniva; Moow Fung: r...
NURRABIEL. January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
NURRABIEL. (FROm OUR OWS. conRsEPOxDE.-rr.) January 30. The weather yesterday was very oppressive, in fact it was the mosto;.pressiv: day that I have felt this sulmmer, but this morning dawned with a delightful change. Stripping is about done with the exception of one or two farmers'who have a lofew day's work to finish. Thc'yiel3, this year, has not come up to expectations, b-nt taking it all in all, ithas been pretty .satisfactory,somc have averaged from. 15 to 18 bushels, but more again have less. From enquiries made I find that the average yield has been about eleven bushels per acre; thst is allowing for .the depredations of " bunny," who, I assure you, has been very busy of late. .. Some of the new beginners, near the South Wonwondah station, have been nearly eaten out. One selector, named Bolwell, out of 30 acres only, had ten left.to strip. It matters not which way.you turn, you are completely 'surrounided with rabbits. The sand hills and old' station' bush fences are litera...
Grain-Returns. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
W urf-si-btd . A ! r The following are the returns of wheat and flour deespatched from the Elorabii railway. I station last week, but, owing to the line to Pimpinio having been opened aincerWednes. I day last, that event hals'been- the means~of diverting a great .oal from the Horsham station which otherwise would havelfond its way .there. The number, of bags ofwheat :diipatched was 6890, and1051, bags bffloiir; the two making a total of 7941 bags. Ja?war 30 Bags Wheat ..... 11601 JANUA?Y 31 W heat ..." .. i'..i..v....... 550 - Flour ........ ...... ... ............ :175 675 Flour ............................ 210 1190 F auARY 2 .i.: Wheat ....... ............. 00 Flour ........... ..5... ...... 25 525 ZBaUA.Ry 3 W heat . ......'..... ........ .... 1850 Flour ........................... 240 2090 Fnebruary'4 ' 2235 Whea t.................... 100 Flour ..............................2. :40 Flour.......... -.. ........135 2235
WARRACKNABEAL. February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
WARRACKNABEAL. n --o - tl (FROO OURO f0 CORnESPOrNDEcT.) i (a m h a 'February 4. What might have been a most destructive fire,caused by carelessnael,happoened on Satur- t' day,January 28th,in Mr G. Grifliths's farm, at ni Cannum. It appears from what I can gather r that .an old man, who was employed by Mr. - Grifliths in grubbing,contrary to instructions, set fire to several trees to burn them down and as the wind rose a spark flew from a fallen s1 tree, set fire to the fence and burned six or u seven chains before it could be put out. The tl smoke was seen from the township, and several of the ,townspeople and the police " went out to ascertain the cause. There was e a very narrow ecsape from a great deal of tI damage being done as the selectors are thick t( round. about Mr. Griliths's farm. Senior. Constiable Ryan apprehended the old man ti and' brought him to the lock-up, and on Mondayv he. was taken before J. Lyle, Esq., a J.P.;,bit,as he had been confined since Satur- ti day,he...
Overwinding Accident at Sandhurst. Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
Overwinding Accident at Sandhurst. --no Sunday. An occurrence which took place yesterday nt Lanell's No. 180 claim would have re aalted in a frightful mining accident but for thecombined action of the patent safety hook and patent safety cage. It appears that the mining manager, Mr. James Northcote, was bling hauled up, "when the engine-driver Overhauiled and instantly had the cage and Ite Occupant up to the poppet heads, which ore the tallest in the colony being over a nundred feet in height, -lost fortunately the cage was fitted with apalent eafety hook, ond the instant the controlling thimble touched the top of the poppet hbeads the sook divided and the cage falling the safety catches immediately gripped the skids, the age being kept suspended about lOf100t. - Over ho surfiace. Mr. Northeote was in a most mIrming position, almost fearing to move, ttbyanypnossibihty thecatches sohould loosen their grip on the ckids, in which.. case the, cage would have fallen to the bottom of the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
THO Stook, Station, , and Commiss1 WILSON STREET. HAM Shold Ccuntry lands. Advances made r. Town Properties.' Advances made on Wool for sale either' i tie colony or in Loon. "i :: :: Arricultural Maehinery and IA plemel by tho best Melbourne and BallartMakei aspplied promnptly` and on.. Le aBL Teem. Eve description of business connoected ,With the Lands, and other. Government ,e' csartments coiductedpromnptly, efficiently, "anxfeconomriically. Fire and Life Insurance effected an the best companies. Sales of Property or Stock condocted in ny part of the cl?ony.' AncIT FOR - Fisken and Gibson, 'Stock sand -Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat; Dennys LascelltO and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. - The Australian Mutual Provident Life As surance Society. . . The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co.; of N.ew Zealand. Balarat Permanent Building and Invest.: ment Society. Valuer for the Ballarat Banking Co.,Limited. Auction Sales of horses,. cattle, &...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. February 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
,BALLARAT .WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET.. fe s J.3 W GRA?Y & Co., :report The market has been better supplied with proixuce .this. week,) and.thle demand for:all kinds being good, prices are wel maiurtaiiied. A few leads of,wheat came: forward nud sold at 4s 7d and 4s Sd, and a gooddemand:ibow exists at the latter price. Fe-dihg grains are i' brisk demand. Oats :moving freely at2s Sd, in peas and Barley the supply has not I;eenrlarge, Peas are worth 2s 8d and Bailey 2s Gd. English beinig'equired for at Ss 8d to 33' 10d. Potatoes have beea'supplied at £2 5s. -Sheaves, good supply came forwarddthis week and found ready sale at £2 5s toi£2-15s There is a fair demand for 'manger at £3"to £3 103 and straw meets a brisk, sale at 35s to 40s. ..2i··
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH. (Before Messrs. A. Cameron, and R. Bell, J's.P.) LUNACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
SATIiDAY, FEsnarUy 4TH. (B:fire Messrs. A. Cameron, and R. Bell, J's.P.) LCXear. William Hayer, wh!o had been brought up on the previous day upon a chargeo of using lbsecee lauguage and remanded in order that le might undergo :;nAlical examinatinn as to the state of his mted, was, after being ex amiedl by Drs. CtoL . and Davidson, charged with becig of unsound mindl, and, upon the medical certifiec.e of both of these gentle men, was ordered to Le conveyed to the Luna:ic A.sylum at Ararat and there detained daring li,. Excelle : y's pleasure. Lr.UXsX A.eD DISOPDERLy. John Clteson sw. charged by Sergeant Larkan with havinig been drunk and disor derty on the pre?v us day. The Sergeant stated that the de-e: Int was a hard.workino man resident in the : cinity of Kellalae who had taken a drop too amuh, and that he had left a ,.rge rum of i:.ne--yin the hands of one of the hotel keepe:s of the town who had taken charge of it for him. Fined 5s and dischar~ed. The court then adjourned.
Rabbit Meeting at Gymbowen. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
rabbit Meeting at Gyr bowen. (FPoxU OUR, OWN COIRRESPONDL.::T.) Febrty?,;, G. A large and influential meeting was held in the schoolroom on Fridl.y, Feb. 3rd, to take into consideration t',, hest means fot the suppression of the rabblit nuisance. After a few remarks ,by the chairman, Mr. Wmn. Brooks, rela' e to thl- purpose of the meeting, the f i!3lw ing resolutions were alopted: Proposed by LMr. S. Knight, and seconded by Mr. T. Knight, T'V the council be written to, asking th .m to distribute poison,the poison to c?n .ist of bran and arsenic.-Carried. Proposed by Mr. Williamso', and seconded by Mr. S. G Knight, That bran and arsenic be used to destroy rabbits, as that poison .is found to be the most effective,-Carried. A committee, consisting of :'Tssrs S. G. Knight, H. S. Brooks, J. Keep ing, Thoes. Lear, D. Houston, A. Laid law, W. Williamson, and C. L:ogh head, was elected, and after a vcte of thanks to the chairman the meeting closed. There is no doubt that something must be ...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
LATEST INTELLiGE2:E. (AUSTRA.LIAs PRESS AcL?NCY. MELBOURNE, Ma·,:xtr. Two more cases of small-.px h -. been discovered amongst the Mcrzapore s -ple. John Owen, the quarter master, an l'rhos. S racha:, the steward, who wae under observation have develope:l the 'ase_ On Sunoday morning a colored man rb-ard the same vessel was isolated for ob-s-. s.t-ion. All these w-ere vaccinated rece tly-. The other patients are progressing. CThe Governor started on his west.::u ,our to-day. The Russian Admiral and his otfi.:; left for Ballarat to-day. Dr. Youl, at an inquest on a man named Grismes, who died in the Melbourne I pqitel yesterday, from pyoemia, recultin: frosm wounds to his knee, received from h hi? p:rt ,mour,made another attack upon the h,. 1, reiterating his statement that it was - hot bed br all diseases. lie also stated ! it he was determined to instruct the it .:l of iHe-alth to make a thorough report n I the place. The inquest was adjournedtt,l Mon day next. Winm. Lawler, found ...
Horsham Police Court, FRIDAY, 3RD FEBRUARY. (Before Messrs. S. B. Bolton, A. Cameron, and R. Bell, Js.P.) WAGES CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
HoI'ham IPlie Court; i .,Y(d ..a, 0 FEO,. UAr. (ci re'iss. ?s. B'iBooo A. Cameron, and 1. Bell, Je.P.): - . y WAGES CASE. , Alexan?efr"Cin nege' . Thomas Phillips: A summons tforthe recovery of £2 10s, one s week's wages as a wheatbayer on behalf of the defendant. Mr Spread appeared for t d complainant. Alex.nder Carnegie deposed: I was en gaged to buy wheat at a salary of £2 iON weekly. At the end of the week defendant told me that he had made other arnange snents, bhn I required £2 10s in lien of a week's notice. The defendant made a statement to the iect that he had engaged the complainant for one week only on trial, 'and not for any longer period. To Mr -prnd: I engagod amanonFriday. The complainant only bought 45 bags of Wheat for me, The Bench thought the complainant was entitled to the £2 10s, and gave a verdict for the amount with 13s cost. us.iTER AND SIEivAsNcTS ACT. John Forrest v. Peter dleep: Mr. Ireland for complainant, and Mr. `pread for defend. ant A summons under th...