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Poetry. TWO VISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

TWO VISIONS. WnEnn olosethe curving mountains drew To clasp the stream in their embrace, With every outline, curve, and hune ?lfleoted in its placid face. The ploughman stopped his team to watch The train, as swift it thundered by; Some distant glimpse of life to eatch, He strains his eager, wistful eye. The morning freshness lies on him, Just wakened from his balmy dreams; The travellers, begrimed asqddim, Think longingly of mountain streams. Oh, for the joyous mountain air, The fresh, delightful autumn day Among the hills The ploughman there Must have perpetual holiday I And he, as all day long he guides His steady plough with patient hand, Thinks of the flying train that glides Into some new, enchanted land, Where, day by day, no plodding round Wearies the frame, and dulls the mind Where life thrills keen to eight and sound, With ploughs and furrows left behind. Even so, to each, the untrod ways Of life are touched by fanoy's glow, That over sheds its brightest rays Upon the path...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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SALTED BEEF AS AN EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

SALTED BEEF Ab AN EXPORT. . TrE not very certain enocees which has so far followed the export of.fresh meat from the colonies, again wakes up an interest in : favour of a salted meat business. It has Sbeen often tried, and at times seeming as Sthough at length salted or mess beel were to become a regular colonial export. Then woold follow a lull in the bnsiness; brought abont either by a season of scarcity when there was really but little meat available for export; or else, by failure to cure the meat in uilable form for meu beef pu?poeo It may be that there ill be those who pooh pooh this statement of defietive enring; but those best Informed on the subject well know it to be true, and in fasing a matter of this kind, it were the very height of folly to underrate the difficulties that must be overcome. It may be ac knowledged, therefore, that colonial salted meat, has not with very few exceptions, been of such character, as to bring itinto the first rank for quality and get up. The...

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[?]riculture. [?], AND GARDEN. THE [?]HORTHORN AS A MILKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

r'te' . ., . GARDEN. : ``I lHE lOBETHOEN AS A MILKER. Ix apreceding paper we dealt somewhat fully upon the relative merits of the Ayr shire and shorthorn breeds as milkers. For colonial purposes, and under the circum stances in which the average of dairy bihsiness is carried on in the majority of colonial towns, it was held that the short horn has high claims for being considered the cow for the colonial dairy. Since that paper was written there comes to us from both Germany and France evidence of a peculiarly confirmatory character to the experience then advanced, and which avi dence it is intended to deal with somewhat fully in this paper. Dairying, as carried on in Europe, on the Continent, and in England, has many features of a very different kind from those prevailing amongst ourselves. Some of those features, suchlas the greatermois ture of the climate, and the abundance of rich green, or at all events, sappy feed, are decidedlyin favour of the European dairy. men. But he has ...

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"THE BALL SCANDAL." [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

"TRE BALL SCANDAL." "GooD Cheer," the Christmas number of Good Words, which consists of a series of stories, having the general title of "The Personal Recollections of Peter Stonnor Esq.," is the work, it is well-known, of Dr. Charles Blatherwick, of Heleneburgh. Like everything Dr. Blatherwick writes since, besides being a skilful artist, he is also a practised litteratfur-the "Personal Recollections" are racy and interestin ,to a degree. Below we give an extract from one of the stories, which is entitled "The Ball Scandal." The Hon. Percy Dawlish (commonly known as Dawley) is twenty years younger than his brother, Lord Forton, and as mad a little scapegrace as ever entered the British army. He isalways in some shock ing scrape, always impecunious, and always bothering his brother for help. Her lady ship-Lady Forton-who, by-the-bye, rules her so-called lord and master-is for ever financing, arranging, or taxing her energies in some way on his account. Then there was a young sister ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

Tun only.way to shine, even in thin fall world, is to be modest and unassuming. Palsehood may be a thiok aruat, but is the 'couree of time troth will find a place to break through,-Bryant, PorLrroae parties, like poets, are born, not made. No. set of political meohanis, however wise, can manufaoture to order and make a platform, and put a party on itwhish will lioe an dourish.-Gareklc.

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An Unhung S[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

The whole world has heard of Mr Ponsonby, who has recently been die a of ce varioul stations in the service with his power ful interest up to last December saved him from being dismse ong a go, Ponsonby found himself at Plymouth, es .:ea mlr , I" l~t nry ?eppeb , .C.?., was commander-in-chief. When on a lady, belonging to one of the best and oldest codBtfnod~niliele 3 inUltarmag This unfortunate girl was a flirt, and dash was a proverb in Cornwall and Devonshire, or in the bhiltr-n. eiti e was en, to rie o i titiii ~fitrl~fb tijIlingi 'hmra, marrned Lord Ch6rle Bdiesf&ord trini st "best man. This tunat?itca1iass?5.dIoy nt liiie tilll i'cbsces fo sh ort y after the poor girl returned to live with •: her relatives, nevermore to..njoyEh - fresh youthful health of the past. and Q-Il sue ka rto alenoic;nidee'uywbp Keei il admiral and Lord Charles it is but right to state that their indignation Ponsonby was ru uede professiono, ally, and nearly all hi brother c let him feel their ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

W TANTED, a Competent Person as llouse-keeper. Apply to Thomas Ward, First Gate, Railway line. T'OR SALE.-A Second-hand Waggon. .t M. Roche, Blacksmith, Pynsent-street, Horsham. jO DE SOLD, Privately, aBUTCHERING shamBUSINESS.--Apply, J. EDE, Hor sham. r10 LET.--A Blacksmith's Shop, on easy I terms ; a good business.-Apply, T. Ilodby, Wail. r:0 OLET.-The SHOP and DWELLING S now occupied by Ah Gooeyas a drapery store. Rent 20s per weak.-Apply, Thomas Young. aTRATED into my Paddock, about Octo b ber last, one red and white Bullock, branded on near rump, blotch brand and W. blotch brand offrump. He i?ill be worked to pay expenses.-T. WILLS, Kewell West. O~UTH BRIGHTON RAMS FOR SALE, . 2-tooth and upwards. Apply,: R. H. Andrews or J. F. Potter, South Brighton.. SIrOLEN or STRAYED, a Black .oae' Sbran";bi ed ..''blobtch nes:" shdildei. Tinler: willbe hro a reit'eTd by briiiingg i: he .aite'to Joseph' Forsyth, ?.oiJidjnha. .s.y: onB detaining tail l e proscceit l ;;' IIREE IOOQMED COTTAGE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

,Taelolring, :and, Readly-Made Clothing Establishment M EN'S Overcoats, Men's Tweed Suits, Buys' Tweed Suits, Youths' Tweed SniA' Men's Tweed Trousers and Vests, Hen's Blue Pagets, Men's Fancy Vests, Men's Tweed Pagets, Men's Black Trousersj and. Feats, Men's White Shirts,:Men'i(3 r ese o Scarves, Mufflers, Collars, &c. ,3 W. Whitesidela teMa MAIN STREET, STAWIELL, " " : -- 7 Onr representative will visit at the S ste rock Hotel, Horsham. every month. £250 SWeOn RI (Re MAIcuse, 1882). . 250'SHARES OF £1 EACH, divideIa =foUllows :-.: FIRST HORSE ..... ..... £100 SECOND HORSE ....... 50 THIRD HORSE ........... 25 STARTERS ...... ..........50 NON-STARTERS.. . .. 25 £250 Application for shares -by letter on ly, ad dressed "Z UIiU;" care of Mr. Win. Robinson Shamrock Hotel, Horsham. }Results intimated to countryanbscribere. Notice. CAMERION. be~g to inform the rsi dents of the Wimmera District that he hs taken the' Agency of MR. :GROATG , COACHBUILDER,of Geelong. Two Double eated...

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A Tragic case of Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

:A Tragic case of, Suicide. -0--- (FROMo:THE TIMES DEC. 30 ;)-, The adjourned. inquest on :'Emi- a SCummins, late.a barmaid at the Criter ion (Messrs. Spiers and Pond's), .was concluded yesterday. The fintlign'of the jury was that theldeceased,:had committed suicide, and tthatn she 'had dond this in en aj ouihdstate ýofAýid; caused by lien miserable- po which she had been left byLie. 4 Henry Ponsonly, .witi ~iwhoi';she had Sarranged to lirie. The jury condemined in very strong langni.vgehe conduct- o'f Lieutenant Ponsolty. .:?They considered him guilty of havi ng? ed-ced afii de: i serted the deceasea,:i?tdlhley he'd him therefore morally, althoughnot legally, responsible for herdeatlh. ;ieutenant Poeson'iy made 'the acquaintance of Emma Cummiins iin July-la;it, .heli she was serving as a barmaid at the Criter ion. On July 29 l. left England for Africa, and returning early in Novem , her. Bis intercourse with ..Emma Cummilis, whichl had been slight up to, that time,-was then renewed...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

, The flro at Gisborne was larger and more discs trons than was at first aupposed. It is believedl to hare originated in Graham's store It spreed tlhenoeto the Union Company's oi'e, to Necs.r* Care and Son's bond, a large concrete building fell of good, to the Union Bank, to Iossrs Pitt nWld ?Bennett's auction inrt, to tr. Brassey's LAe office, to the Argyle Hotel, to Mr. M.Farlane's H?ll, and to several small buildingo. All these were desnrtned. The bnildings were insured with the following aoffces for the amounts named :-South' British, Ll,700; Victoria, 2,2000 Union, L5,1:° Colonial, LO.St .North British and Mercantile, L2.625; National,, la160. Noriela-Unionn, LI 5; Stsidadoad L1,100; Royal, L1,t00; New.Zeal.ri. L2,bto ..Tdh6 'toho insa ncats on: ouesrs CL R'5 bondand its contents amount to abbtt LII 1M5

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Scene in a County Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

Scene in a County Court. An extraordinary scene was witnessed in the Melbourne Couury Court on Weclesday, at the conclusion of an affiliation appeal which was heard at the General Sessions. A .arried man named Edward Hill, residing in Hawthorn, was some time a.o sued bya girl, named Elizabeth I:eck, for the mainotrcaone of an illegitimate child. The HIvrlthorn magistrates dismissed the case, but the girl then proceeded against Hill at the District Court, when the magistrates ordered him to pay as aweek during a period of thirteen years. Against this decision itill aspe:ledl on Wednesday, on the gitund that he was not the father of the child. The evideace which was adduced was of such a nature that the details are unfit for pubhcation. It was to the effect that the girl, who had been re siding at Hill's house, had been guilty of incest, and that she occupied the same room as herl'rother. The appelant further stated to-day that he missed the hearing of the case at theDistrict Court th...

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Murder Near Cranbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

Xurder Near Cranbourne, -0------ . case of stabbing occurred at Lang Long, a few mnilos from Cranborne, on Fridsyafternoona, which terminated fatallyr the next day. Between 4 and 5 o'clock a young man named Jmnes Bennett IStephens was in the vicinityof Flintoffs Hotel, "uny Loag, nsd hod a qoerrel with another man mmned Willnam Crook. The latter obtained a gunlm and thretened to shoot Stephens, but ito was taken from him. He then psocceded to his house, armed Idimself with two knives and with one of them dleal Stephenos a blow on the chest. The knife entered the left loIbe of the lirre and punctured the tomach. Recovery was imapossible, and Dr. flmes, of Berwick, who was sent for, took the dying nues's depositions in the presence of Crook An inquest was held yesterday at the residence of the decraed's father, at f?herwood, by r. Candler, ?rhen the fellfowieo lIets were elicited :- "...saee vaone, unanertikttiireoi'yengva5 tand LZng, said; I was at Flintotf's Hotel on .Ziay lost, in ...

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Horsham Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

iBorsham Hospital. ,The usual monthly 8aeeting of the com Sitteeof the above institution was held at the : iMechanics' Institute.:on Wednesday after noon. Present.--W. Drtimmosid, president in the chair,,R. H. Barry, Cept. Bowiden, R. 11. Aidrewa, A. Cameron, W. Robinson, Hj:! iR. Kruger, V. Prytz, DeCoercy Ireland, G. TYong, J. Fechler. a- MInIs. i * , The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. - CORB.SPONDNCE. ". From Treasury Melbourne, stating that £800 had been granted for the hospital or the year 81.82.-Received, and the secretary was instructed to ascertain from the Govern ment why the amount had been reddiced, on the motion of Mr. Kruger seconded by Mr. From secretary of Murtoa Athletic Club forwardidg £20. Mr. Andrew's moved, and M31r. Robinscn seconded, That the best thanks of the committee be tendered to the sports committee for the remittance, and that they regretted that they could not make -Mr. H. Bennett a life governor, but the rules would constitute him an...

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The Customs Seizures. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

The Uustoms Seizures. -0 Threeenteizures of winers, amiritslt cirigrs in the bomu-es of the Chinese in Little Bourke streetre mrore xtesaive tthan eUS at frst Uplpo03eao The h?iesi erhih have been se.trched disclosed the fitLtthatUeiy?lad bLeel uClias place to store the goods in, aldl from the qraneites which haovebeen idcod?er t;ere, it is evident that the tmnsanction of the Clidewe in this respect hare been carried ou forsome time. Thesstorea are bcing watched, by the excile ofilcra, eld other houses re also being looked after, ao it is thonght that aneumler of fryh cases will be reirt5hed if the search cou thines. As the papers were eamined a aumber of new items wern disco;-ercd, and from the salo notes VnI the inroiceo in the po3se3sion of the officers iloe mens of uumber of perons deatlingwith those j.I ro-.bht the goods into Melbourno -rT lieen dselosed. In the store which was opened 6on Tnwe day cenirec m tlhe rightof-way opposite the bicg f the Eo.al. and close to Sum Knm:Le...

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Horsham Land Board. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. Before Messrs. J. Bedford and J. R. Watson. Areegra. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

Wednesday, February 8 Before Mesas. J. ?edfozard ? . L i.Walson: Areegra.. r 1 Frank Vaughan, 320a (John iM'?e?iies's t . : forfeited selection); recommended. Bangerang. 4 Johan A. Bese, 320a (abandoned sales. Stion of M.'Mitushke) ; recommended 3 Robert Craig, junr., 320a; recommended 4 Margaret Haslett, 140a; recommended 5 David Horlburgh, 20a ; recommended - .6,Janet Horsbnrgh, 278a; recommended' ?: Janet. borabaurh, 22a; recommended : B Johanna M. Lierech. S20a; recommended 9 Samuel Moreton, 187a; recommended 10 William J. Perry, 50a; postponed 11 George Curtis, 160a (forseited selection of G. J. Stenehouse); recommended . 12 Louis E. Phillips, 160a ditto ;refused 13 William Bell, 160a ditto; refused Booroopki. 14'Edmond J. Broughton, 320; ;bhepnedtd 15 Thomazine P. Broughton, 320a; post. 16 Patrick Carracher, 200; recommended 17 Patrick Careacher, 120; recommended 18 Catherine Willis, 240a 2r 22p;. ec. - - S Cannum.. 19 Robert M'Intyre, 200a; recommended S:, Car -.lin.cE. 20 He...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

DEATH. DAGNALL.—On the 8th instant, of inflamma- tion of the brain and asthenia, aged six months, Charles Roland, son of J. P. Dagnall, Horsham.

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Horsham Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH. (Before Mr. S. B. Bolton, J.P.) UNLAWFULLY ASSAULTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 February 1882

Horsham Police Court. TUESDAY, PEDRURP.us 7TII. (Before Mr. S. B. Bolton, J.P.) UNLAWFULLY ASSAULTING. *-Martin Hickey was charged by Constable Daly with having unlawfully assaulted George Ketteringham in Wilson-street about one o'clock on Tuesday morning. From the evidence it appeared that John Hickey, the son of the prisoner, was having a row with Ketteringhams, when the prisoner came to his son's assistance, tried to choke him, and ultimately pulled his head round and bit his lip very severely. For this offence he was fined £10 or three months im prisonment. ASSAULTING THE POLICE. The same defendant was further charged with assaulting and resisting the police in the execution of their duty. Constable Daly deposed that when he was in the act of arresting his son, the prisoner came up and assaulted him in a most cowardly manner,and endeavoured to release him from the constables charge, who made his escape and for whose arrest a warrant had been issued. The prisoner tried to maim hi...

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A Terrible Explosion. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

A Terrible Explosion. A special despatch to the Philade! phia Press from Bradford, Pa., Decem ber 5th, says :-At half-past 8 o'clock this morning, W. W. Bess and W. H. Ml'fenry, shooters in the employ of the Roberts Torpedo Company, went to. the nitro-glycerine magazine nearKinzua Junction, nine miles south-east of Bradford Cans of glycerine'" when in a magazine are left uncorked to avoid any contingency that may arise by generation of gases. Entering the magazine, Bess and M'Henry were amazed to find a yellowish warm vapour escaping from orifices in two cans on top of a collection containing in the aggregate 1,3001b. of explosives. They hastily took four cans containing 801b., placed them in a waggon, and drove rapidly away. When 400ft from the magazine their trepidation became so great that theyjumped from the waggon and unhitched the horses and rode away at a gallop. After waiting at a convenient distance for an hour, and hearing no report of an explosion, they returned to the ma...

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An Australian Journalist Versus N. York Thieves. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

An Australian Journalist Versus N. York Thieves. -o---- A few weeks ago a statement was re printed from a New York paper to the effect that a South Australian journalist had fallen into the hands of a gang of confidence and lottery swindlers in that city, and been robbed of £10. Mr. Cornelius Proud, of Adelaide, the pressman referred to, has just returned from America, and has asked us in justice to himself to mention the fol lowing facts in connection with the case-namely, that he arrested two of the gang himself on the evening of the robbery, a third being taken into cus tody by the police; and that in spite of bribes of 75dol., 100., and "more if he wanted it," and in the face of threats that he would be detained six months, and perhaps be shot or stabbed, lie decided to prosecute, even against the advice of friends, who said there had not been a conviction against these men for several years. The thieves of course did all they could to detain the prosecutor, and succeeded in mak...

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Dreadful Tragedy near Huddersfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

Dreadful Tragedy near Huddersfield. - o - A distressing triple murder and suicide is reported from Fulstone, near Shepley, Huddersfield. On Tuesday morning the 6th December, Henry Battye, landlord of the Junction Inn, finding that his daughter, Hannah Moorehouse, aged 27, who had already had three illegitimate children, aged 10, 6, and 2, appeared to be again likely to become a mother, told her he could not do with any more of her children, sdding, "Thou must seek a fresh shop." He refused to allow her to keep a box which she said a deceased brother had given her. On Tuesday afternoon Battye went to Huddersfield, and Mrs. Battye, Hannah lMoorchouse, her three children-Ada, John, and Emma-and Henry Battye, her brother, had tea to gether. When Mr. Battyereturned in the evening only Mrs. Battye was at home, buti the absence of the others excited no surprise. Shortly afterwards Henry Battye, aged 8, came in and said, "Mother, our Hannah has gone into the dam with Ada and John." He added...

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