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ENGLAND AND EGYPT. LONDON, FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
ENGLAND AND EGYPT. LONDON, FEHRUAOtr 5. Reports having been circulated tr tI:. effect that it is the intention (f the British Govcrnnmeui to actively intcr veue in the affairs of Egypt ia the event of. the recent political cris leading to a state of anarchy, E.rl Granville has taken occasion, c " ::i cally, to deny the truth of the ." rt. in question in a despatch to the ': ti.! Consul-General in Egypt, whi: hat been published, and inl wi h e states the Cabinet have : in tention 'of intervening by f of arms under any circumstanc. ; tha: are likely to arise in that counllry.
Burnt to Death at Albury. Albury, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
Burnt to Death at Albury. Albury, Saturday. At the inquest held on the body of Mrs Harrison, the wife of a warder of the Albury gaol, a verdict was returned that death was caused accidentally by burns received while &nbsp; deceased was lighting bark with the aid of kerosene. The evidence elicited that the un- fortunate woman was preparing her husband's tea on Thursday evening. She attempted to light the bark by pouring kerosene upon it. The flames communicated to the can of kero- sene, which exploded and covered her with oil, her clothes being saturated with the in- flammable material. She rushed out of the house a mass of flames and run to her mar- - ried daughter's house. All her top clothes had then been burnt off, and she begged that her stays might be detached. Her son-in- &nbsp; law managed this with difficulty, for the flesh adhered to the clothing.—"Argus."
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 February 1882
LOCAL TOPICS. &nbsp; &nbsp; ON Sunday afternoon information was given at the police camp that an old man of the name of Gotfried Schultz, residing at Vectis East, had attempted to cut his throat. Constable Coffey was immediately despatched to the place and had the man conveyed to the hospital where his injuries were attended to by Dr. Cross. Schultz, who formerly was a resident at Hamilton, has for the last five years resided on the selection of his son at Vectis, he is about 66 years of age, and no cause can be assigned for the attempt he has &nbsp; made at self-destruction. He was well &nbsp; looked after and supplied with everything he &nbsp; required. Of late his friends have noticed that he has suffered a great deal from fits of &nbsp; despondency, but they had no idea that he entertained any intention of committing such a rash act as he did till Saturday when he was making his way to a dam, a short dis- tance from his son's farm,...
Presentation to Mr. J. H. C; Trevan. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882
Prese itation todir. J. H. U. - eyTrevan. \On .Tnesday.:s afternoon a very pleasing ceremony came6Off in'one of the class rooms of th'ALorsticm Slate School in the presen tation to Mr. --Trtvan, the head teacher, by the fem?~ iupils of the school, of a silver tea and coffee service, suitably inscribed, ass mark of their appreciation of his work. It; appears that the idea suggested itself to some of the pupils, and. they decided to carry it out as much as they possibly could unknown to the head teacher, so that his surprise F -ifi feB-all -gleegrater-whenuthe time sar rivel for-the presentation to ;lbemade. Of tihse wZidtookia?iactive parl. iii.iolttaining the necessary funds for the testimonial were -Mlisses:Kte-Beaunmont; -Agnes Clark. Isa beila Johnson, Selina Bullock, and Ads Beaumont. -These young ladies succeeded in collecting over £10,.which was placed in the hands of Mr, Miller, of -Wilson-street, who obtained the testimonial from ielbrurne. In accordance, therefore, with pre...
COVE. February 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882
COVE. -0--- (rOH Olin OW' Coin?ESrODEN'T.) February 6.- Since my last.the weather has beenex cessively hot and aickness.has -been. very prevalent.. : I have to record the rather sadden death of a selector named John Hynes.?from dysentery.. Medical advice is not procurable nearer than Dimhoola at present; but I hear there is to be a meeting called to take the necessary steps to procure a resident doctor for North Lillimur. The harvest is over at last. The crops:are not up to expectations, although they are very good compared with other disticts. The average of this parish is about 10 bushels per acre.... . A harvest-home picnic was held on the let inst. and proved a great success.. Numbers gathered together at an early hour, and after' partaking of a good luncheon, joined in different games, such as cricket, swinging, racing,etc.,until evening when they mustered for tea, after which the young people en jdyed themselves: in. various: ways. The following wore the winners at:the sports:...
NHILL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HORSHAM TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882
NHILL. TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE HOPSIUAM TIMES. NHILL AND ITS SBROSUNDLIGS-PRICES CUR. RENT-WEATHEB-ACCIDmENT-A LECriEE IEETINGS --CnICKET-SAB3 --I.FLUENIA L MEUETING-&C. Sir,-A would-be wit-an evil-disposed party- called this town nil, but you need not he disabused-it ought really to be written NHILL, if only for the pluck of its founders, and it is pleasing to add they are rapidl?-reaping the benefit of the enterprising spirit here visible-some of the buildings almosthidden.by stacks of wheat-The quaint term cameifrom;the half-way house-In effect the camping ground.-Dying if no' dead; but generosity is my failing, let it live for " a year and a day." . The ruling price of wheat for the week 3s lid to 4s Id-equal to the Melbourne figure; the competition is too keen on the border. Our farmers want educating into the belief that Victoria, if not Nhill, deserves their sup port. Weather variable, heat and cold dis agreeably alternating with an occasional brickfielder. A wood cutte...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882
SCORRESPONDENCE. ?o [Nor? -All letters addressed to the Editormnst be accompained by the name and addreso of the sender, notnecessarily for publicatijn, but nas nt gnarnntee of good faith. We do not identify our selves in the slightest degroee with the opinions oex pressed in this, our open, column, but reserrve a rightto excise or amend statements which appear to require It, as being intemepemte. Correspon dents will, however, understand that in no scase do we alter correspondence or refuse admission to letters, because they may coflict with our own opinion.-Eo. S.T.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH. (Before Messrs S. B. Bolton, and R. Clark J. P's.) DISTURBING THE PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882
WEDNESDAY, CEDcI.U.v L Sur. (Before Messrs S. B. Bolton, and R. Clark J. P's.) DISTcnItLeNG THE PEACE. Johu Hickey wrs charged with having created a disturbance in the public streets early on Tuesday morning. Mr. Perry ap peared on prisoner's behalf. Constable Daly deposed : That he was on duty in Wilson st'rec: early on Tuesday morning when the prisoner was having an altercation with another man over a dis. puted bet, when the prisoner's father came up and cssaulted him and the prisoner made his escape. A warrant was subse quently issued for his apprehension, but he had given himself up that morning to the police. Mr. Perry having addressed the bench on behalfof his elient, a fine of £2 was imposed which was paid, and Hickey was discharged.
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. February 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882
1 BALLAAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. FebruaryS. Messrso acelans nx- RowE. report. The stoekm'rdect were-476 cattle, -12 cales,15,C17 sheep, 1.330 tmbs, Fat Cattle.-Of the above number about 150 were store.oquality of remainder ranging from inferior to priune. There was a fair attendance of buyers, and on the whole pricea ruled somewhat higher than on the previous week, taking weights into account, the market closing ory firm.-Quotations-Best pens of bulloekh, :19 to £10 17s Gd; good, £7 tos 10s; medim, £5 to£Gl0 S. Cowsatproportionaterates. Fat Calves.-A fewin, which sold to 31s. Fat Sheep.-Of the above numijer more than half were stores, qoality of remainder ranngim frum inferior to prlme. There was a good attendonce of buyecr, and sales were brisk thronghout at about lost week's rates.-Quotations-B'est crossbred wetbers, la G to I s good, Os to lls; medium,7s Gd to 9s ; beat merino wethers. 7s CI to 9s ; good, Gs toMs Gd; medium, 53 to Ga. Ewe at proportionate rates. Fat Labls.-Thee wrans...
Horsham Races. The following are the weights for the Cup and Hurdles— HORSHAM CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882
Horsham ,-M,; The followin are the weigll for]e and Hurdles - lions st. lb. Salisbury 100 0 Free ance 7,-. Cracksman 8 10 Phantom &, 6 Boquet 8 7 Annie Laurie .4 Doncaster 8 4 Alice Gray 7 4 Hero 8 4 Catton 7 0 Sunshine 8 0 Baron 6 12 & So i rp S 0 Moonshine 6 6 I' romeler 7 10 Maori 6 4 Jhat's WantedL781 .. _ SIIURDLEd. st. lb. st. lb. Frank 10 10 Greyfish 9 5 _cksan-. -10 .7. .Goldfinder-. 9 -- : 2 Mailmanr i. l00 Nancy 9 0 ;'Sul~I -'10 .0 [ Bally 9 0 S97 A.B. 9 0 WM. ROBINSON,) HIAmcArrERS CeAS. WRIGHT,j aCxArr The day of acceptance is Saturday, 25th February.
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MAKKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE L?XiiET.. ??cses O. IHAGe & Co. report:- Wool--We offered a small catalooue of scoured sorts and oddments of greasy, the bulk of whice we cleed at prieea fally up to lost quotations. Shtepskins--,ohod l[Sage supply to-lay, whiech we sutoitted to a numerous attendance of loedi abs other buyers. liddings were eeeedtingly. brist througllout the sueae ar w managed to maeg. alineuo[ ?n entire lear.rece at slirhf .I·,1=,? 51 "iK'l o £ , O ss p, a -sto Ia p er lo ; pel s. ld to r ld eali. .
TROUBLES IN ZULU LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882
TROUBLES IIN :ZLU.LANI Intelligence from Natl sfetaelthat fighting has again broken out in Zulu Land among the rival.chiefs,.whose.dissensions have been promoted by Boer intrigues. IT is a generally accepted belief, says the Bendigo Advertiser, that the flesh of animals poisoned by snake-bite, will not, injure animals that may-eat it, unless their be any opening on the skis, such as a cut or braise near the month, or other place likely to come in contact with' the meat when being par. taken of. However, an incident which occurred at Goornong dnring'the- past week eqems to contradict the foregoingassumption. M: -Broderick, +a :farier residing in the -Goorong district, had a bullock bitten by a .aake::!iUhe aidinal died, and he iskinid the matter occasioned some surprise.
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Feb. 7th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882
MIELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. ?olbourne, Feb. 7th. Messrs J. ?. Foro & Co. report:- A good demand for whe.t opened this morning at 5s 2d per buhshl ex store, and os the notes pro greaoed cosed off to 5s Sd, at which figulro the market remains firm, we hae sold sertnl parcels f.o.b. at 5s Sd. Floor, good countrydbmndsora . worth lOl17s (id, and town tilled llO2 d1 per ton. V'e reprt oatolt irm at 3; for prime millo tag and feed sorts from Is ld to 3t 3d per bushel. Seed sorts are also receiving attention, all eomiucag forward receiving attention. Prime malting barley We report is worth 4s 3d, and feed sorts from 3s id to 3so4d per bushel. Peas are selling at 3s 4d per bushel with a fair demand. Pollard is worth 1dd and bran 131d Per bushel. Grass seedt--rye. grassis worth Ss Id and Prairie ts per bushel.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882
Shoo. Touaft' Advtxf C THOMAS YOUT0t AUCTIONEER, . N1 Stock, Station, Land, Finahce. Conimision Agend WILSON STREET. HOESRAUsi ADVANCES made on L6asehAld or Fi?e ohold Ccuntry Lands. Ad-anccr made on Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in the colony or in London. Agricultural iMahinery and Implements by t lh-'1>t'Sit e-aniI13 a-rd-HI. sarppli'.! promptly, and on.LIBER.. TERMS. Every '11tl n ai(.iiisin epidn iee wl:'h the Ia ,' and other' Government I, -; rtsO;ir5in 5u-ti)"ti&lt;>iZt5PM ~,-effieientiy sad ecosoinicDlpy. i , Fire :ri: Life Irosuronces effected in the best companics. ales ct 1'roperty or Stdck condieted in any parr of the clo. : AGENT FOR. Fi-kýin .nad Gibson, Stock "i-dt. Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dcnnayý Lscelijs an.d Co.. wool and grain Lr.k'-'rs, GeCelon'. Ie Aiiutralian MAlital Provident Life As The V:ct ,ri;a Fire Insurance Co. The N~:iinal Fire Insurance Co., of Sew au:il 'ara l'a :ne.nent BLilding and Invest. ne101...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882
WILLIAMI ADAISON &.CO., Produce Brokers, 20 Little Collins-street West, MELBOURNE, RECEIVE consienments of Grain, Flour, etc., for oale or storage, and make liberal advances thereon when required. Gsate SAju; held every Wednesday, and DAmrn PRODUCE Sale every Wednesday and Friday. Account sales furnished promptly. J. R. 0 "D & Co., GRAIA-, WOOL, SKINS, HIDES AND TALLOW BROKERS, Advances made if required when received into Warehouse. 17 QUEEN-STREET, MELBOURNE. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS W. & A. ~EI D, MILLERS, STOR-E WHEAT FREE Or. CHARGE .. for SIX MONTHS, and make Liberal Cash Advances at Bank rate of interest. Gnarantcc market price at any time. Write for particulars to abovebaddress.f. TO WYIMMERA FARMERS. CORN SACKS! CORN SACKS! T HE UNDEIRSIGED` are now landing Ex "Carlisle Castle" Direct from Calcutta in FIIST-CLASS CON DITION, Best Full Weights Sacks, and offer same at VERY LOW PEICES. Quotations given on application to: f 'OE aand PEILLIPS, ST A WEL L. OR ...