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A Fatal Fire. [[?]YTTLETON PRESS, 31ST JANUARY.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

A Fatal Fire. -o- [LYrTLETOwr PRESS, 31ST JANUARY.] Yesterday morning the dwelling- I house of Mr. Henry Simpson, farmer, was burnt to the ground about nine, sa.m., and his wife and six young children, forming his entire family, perished. MIr. Simpson and his lar Test meln were about at from five to six I o'clock, a.mn. After breakfast Mr. Simpson left the house to proceed with J harres; work at Swannanoa, some dis tance away. As he wa, going away his wife called out "Good-bye," and hol.ed lie was going to have a fine day. In about half an hour after 31rs. _im; pson, who had given her youngest b1rother, Thomas Hanna, about 13, his laeAi.fast, bid him also " Good-bye," as lie w':s going to catch the train for the Kailoi school. The Simpson's children were not then up, and whether Mrs. i impsoon returned to bed or not is nlot .tknown, lint at between eight and nine o'clock, the fire was seen issuing from the house at the chimney end by Mr. Andrew Frizzel, one of the nearest 2lightours...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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Tales of Suffering from the Mount Browne District. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

Tales of Suffering from the Mount Browne District. -- A late resident of Sandhurst, writing a letter dated 24th January toa friend, states " that things at the Mount Browne diggings are anything but pleas ant, consequent on the scarcity of water." He then proceeds:-" I have been at Thargcmindah for some time, after which I tooklup my quarters at Tibooburra, a place thirty miles further north than Milparinka. Tibooburra is the busiest place of all around the dig gings. The prevailing diseases are fever, sore eyes, and scurvy. Water is very scarce indeed, diggers have to pay is per bucket for drinking water. Water for domestic and other purposes is rather expensive. The diggings are at a standstill. MoIst of the diggers have gone to Depot Glen, with the intention of atmpung there until rain falls. Depot Glen is a large waterhole, about 30 miles from Tibooburra. It was at this place that Start, the explorer, camped for nine months in 1845, being unable to leave owing to the scarcity of...

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH. Education and Lar[?]ikinism. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

_o- by PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND . ap FRIDAY. by TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14Ta. :. re Education and Lariikinism: ch IT has been said that the present age is eq one of extremes and in truth there is a very great deal transpiring around iis to , warrant the assertion. If it were not so ev we- should never have meetings of do justices :in .various parts of the tic metropolis for the pupose oftakinginto. doiinsidc tion what measures should be so adopted for repressing the ;outrages of he larrikinism, and impressing upon the de Government of the -day-the necessity for the inflictioniof the Iash as the only c means -likely to curb the excesses to di which some of.the young bloods of the te present are addicted. Simultaneously wiili these deliberations of the justices G we.hav..a. commission of. enquiry.-ap- -St pointed to ascertain the working of our it education system of instruction, and, in in connection therewith, we must bear in ye mind that corporal punishment is not ga allowed to be inf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

SHIRE OF WIMMERA. Unlabsc'ielMani rsof lse oralaj* Town Common; within {ourtbin didywfroqs date heof;tak~aetive a 'to'steeriapte the rabbits on said common, the Wimmera Shire Council will recommend that the same be made available for selection. STUART BOLTON, Shire Secretary. Shiie Offices, Horsbamm, ..:d:2ndaFebrnary, 1882:: .. " . SHIIRE OF WIMMERA. N" tideis ?ire~y, giveni thnt`iistion have been given by the Wimmera Shire Council to the Dog.lnspectors for the Korth. South, and West Ridinge"of tle"e Shire tjl strictly enforce the provisions of the Dog Act, both as regarda-Registration :and the - t Tsearing of Collars. :. . '- -U STUART BOLTON, Rhire Secretary,. Shire Offices, Horsham, 7thFebruary, 1882. .. SHIRE OF WIMMERA.. RATE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given thatit is they inten tion of the Wimmera Shire-Caouncilh-at'two p.m on Wednesday, the lost day of March, 188"2, at the Shire Office,Horshasr, toeMAKE A GENERAL RATE for the current year. A statement of the proposed Rate is l...

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

S -LOCAL TOPICS. -St ON account of the crowded state of our at advertising columns we have found it be necessary to issue a supplement with to-day's . 1Hbiihd Times. Several articles of interest will be found therein. = '.Fo6T-idae time ?pastit has beecfthe lid toni at the earious district survey offices of ,, supplying applicants at Land Boards with forms which might be filled up setting forth Sc .the.terme-of.their.application, and.supposing there wasyf o iopposition these forms were acceipted?arevidence:without requiring the persotialkttendanceo~f the applicants. The ha original object for introducing them was so ha as to relieve persons from personal atten- ti dance who were necessitated to travel long lie distances to the respective sittings of'the Land Boards, and,in this respect,they proved: t to be a great public convenience in Hor sham,especiallysoto applicsntslivingin South Australia. But owing to the manner in which the privilege has been abused in the interests: of dummy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

VtTANTED) a Good Cook.-Apply, Jan. . - Carroll,-National -Hotel, Horsham.. SANTED. :asbing by the day o taken VV home,--\ary Ward, next Show Yards, Stawelt Road. %J AN ED . Gei'drail SeiFvnt, must be 1- able ti milnk. Apply at Mr. Win. Forrest, Wilson-street. JANTED a Good Shepherd with Dog. SApply to T. Young, Horsham: . W ANTED, a Competent Person as llousc.keeper. Apply to Thomas Ward, First Gate, Railway line,- . : OR SALE.-A Second-baiid Waggozi F u. Roche, Blacksmith, Pynsent-street, Horsham. r PO BE SOLD, Privately, aBUTCHE]R1NG t!~.BUfSIES.Z-Apply,'J EDE,. Hor sbam 'O LET.-A Blacksmith's Shop, on easy I terms; a good business,.Apply, .Tl Hodby. Wail. . 1'0 LET-The, SHOP, and DWELLING. I now hecupied by AB Gooeyas a drapery store. Rent 20s per weok.-Apply, Thomas Young._.. ................ -.. FOR SALE.:-;A Firat-class- Butchering Business..- A :Good: Investmeit ::for anyone with capital.-Apply to John Forrest. Butcher, Horsham. Tj' MILLER assures his Customers that L i all R...

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The Intercolonial Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

Thet intereolonial- - Cricket Match, This match was commenced at half-pa:t 12; oFidY .diThe weitherjwis splendid. thowon e foss, and sent his men in. Spofforth not playing. Dawnes was selected to fill his place. Massie and A. Bannerman went to the wickets to the bawling of Palmer. and M'Shaie. .The libatsmen commenced playfing carefully; the score gradually in. creased to 21, when Massie opened out to one from iPalmer, and was clean bowled after scoring 17. Iurdoch followed, and'played the first few balls fiukily. Bannerman was playing very carefully during ±his time. Blackht.m' iepr#: the - *ickets:'. plendidly. By steady play the batsman gradually in creased the score till 40 rappiared, when both commenced to play slith tiore freedom. At 2. p. m they adjournedfor luncheon, wheni IMurdoch was not out with 39, Brnnerman not out 20; total, 80. Plhy was resumed at half-past 2 Maurdoch and. Bannlrman getting well set. The former played with much freedom;, getting several toLus. Various...

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Arrival of The San Francisco Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

Arrival Of The San Frailn cisco Mail. . i.Sydney, 11th Febriary. The pacific:lfal Steamship: Company s. s. ,City of Sydney, arrived here this morning ; : Loadon; 15thJanuary, i882. The largest steel resselafloat.viz., of 21,220 tons was launched: 3a:the Oth inst., at Belfast for Messrs Ismil and company, the managers of the White Star Line:: She is named the Garfield, and will he employed in the Cali fornian and Australian trade. ,The cotton weavers of Lancashire have do cided to apply" for a general -advance of wages. . The sulphur mines at Schlinitiz,'flingary, are on fire, and are expected to result in the loss of many millions of florins., The Czar his signed a'tai s 'ireducisng th payments:by peasants for the lands received by the?i at the time of the emancipation of serfs by one hundred and twenty miillions of roubles yebrly. .: : . A pe has been arresteon has sus picion'of being the perpetrator of the Huttod' Gardens Post Office robbery: i i . At a banquet:in Rome, in honour ...

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

[BY ELECrP.IC TELE.GAPH)B I~M Ionday Night. cNew South Wale3.finoshrd their innings fdr a tbtal of 775 rans, the ecoring being as follewas Six wickets; for . . 481;l Garrett, b'Shane .. ... 163 oGregory, c M?Donnell;, bPalmer.. 27 Hiddlestone, st Blackhami b'Cooper 25 SpofforthI b M'Shana 8 Evand?i Otiot' " : . ..... ?sndr . es ?, . 63 Total` 773 VIC: TvIORIAN ELEYE*Tf Blackham, c Gregory, b Spofforth ... S ' Donnell, b Spofforth :: :?.. 48,,, Horan, a Evans, b Spofforth L 'Slight, b Gar ett ... .. 20 . Baker, b Spofforth ,.. .. . 51:" aBonnor, not out,., .. .. 38r Boyle,cGregoItb Xa '.' Palmer not t .. -...12 SunTdriesith i w e do. ::'2 fl Total with six wickets down 206

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A Sentinel Outwitted. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

1AA Sentinel- Out'4tted a, ---ks e Indian tribe that de. vote their whole stenitiodi to attain per fetion in the art' of stealing.'" P?in their earliest youth they. are trained to endure the greatest fatigue with comparative ease. Among the accomplishments. which?--the young Bhatteo must acquire by constant practgre the" follbowing, are.f mdiape ble. He niiis lean tobleat. like a sheep, bark likca dog; crow b'k'o u oolk,'bray like an ss; and . giitatetthe ~ovemeta"?of all kinds of :annimals. :'emu'st.-e able to -crawl along *h'e'?miod,'rixi like:a goat or. dor,. or stond ,on' Ids head.With' his legs ezte4a-e'd fvid : so astoaijipear inth'ie dik-likea stumit o .a tree. In co'i'ection ieitn thie'sadt naiged acquirement the following inoeidint is related on one oceaseoni lieurds something move abodt thhe head ropes ~of his horse. On looking around, he saw what he supposed to be a large dog, which ran between his legs,` iid nearly upset him. He suspected, how ever, that some roguery was...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

LATEST INTELLIG'E NCE (ASTRmA-IAN PRE SS AoGENCY.) G. Aulhoss, charged: with .fraudulently selting a bottle of gin'? ith the tiade mark ,,f G.D EZ. was fined- £5- with 5 guineas cl -coats. l oaemuel Capple snetthe Governor .of the Gaol fox the payment of £16 collected for ltim by the nrisoners now in gaol, and from F -whom it had been taken on his imprison meot. An order for the payment was made An adjourned enquiry was held into the cause on death of the man Grimes who died from the blood poisOUning i a wound caused a by a kni o thrown at him by Susan Chitty. ]rs. Le Capelain, Miller, Allen, Beaney, and r Jamieson ,ere examined and gave evidence as to the sanitary condition and overcrowded d eOate of tire Melbourne hospital. r. You, d summed up and the jury brought in a ver dict rC blood poisoning whilst in' the hlosr.it -r a wound causedbySmsanChitty J in sell fsence, and thatin their opinion the Mrfelbourn Ihospital sas overcrowded and most unsat tsfactorily managed. One fresh ca...

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Curious Poisoning Case at Landsborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

Curious Poisonilg 'Case at . Landsborough. An extraordinary, poisonii case is the cause of much disesin in:is this quarter, no fewer than five persons -aving 'narrowly escaped death. It is reported that a young woman named Jessie MIair brought home to her mother ' house a tin of white powder, which'sbe called' baking powdert on Friday and shel sugcested ?to 'her miother the advisability of makiogWonie scoies with the baking powder she had brought home. This was'done, and two lads of the name of Har IdrW having dropped in just as the scones were cooked, they iwere inivite?lto sit down with'the faily:and bat them, but no sooner had some of the scones been swallowed than fits of vtmiitfg'simultaneausly attacked all those who had partaken. of them. .Suspet. iihg that something was wrong, M'rs. Mair threw.the'remainder of the scones outside' wihen d inimiber of fowla were" immediately killed 'th'roigh' eating'l lfe poisbboos stuff. The remainder ofi:tlie: powder• was then thrown into the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

il Ioi. p9u8gl' $AUts. 1 TROXAS 7OU'41% AUCTIONEEM. Stock, Station, Land, Finaliceau Com.niision Agent; c-' i WILSON STREET. HOREBfAMl. A DVANCJS made on Leasehold or Fie hold CLuntry Lands. Advances made an Town Properties. Advances malce on Wool for sale either in the colony or in London. Agricultural :.Nalinery and Implements by the-best Mhelburneand-Balarat-MakErv t sapplied promptly, and on LM?zRAL Tens s. Every deoaription of business icinnecteit with the Latid "and 'ither. G?oerdinent Lepart;nkc ts conductcd promptly, eficiently, and economically.. ' Fire:and Life Insurances effected m the best companii-s. Sales ot Pioperty or Stoce conducted in any part o the elony.- o AoesNT FOR islcn and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. D)ennys Lascelil and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. Tr 'n .ustraian Mutual Provident Life As Sance Society. '"h, :ctoria Fire Insurance Co. t t: onal Fire Insurance Co., of New I ': iland. ; .- P- snent Building and Invest. ....

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. SUNDAY MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

.1 ETEORU LOGICAL NOTES. : " :TEMPERaTURsEs. * SUNDAY MONDAY HIGEST LOWEST mGHEST LOWEST In the'shade 97 50 98 50 In te sun 127 - 131- - Probable weather--Sultry. tegistered by E. Miller.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

Dimboola Land Board. A Local Land Bnard was holden is the Shire Office, Dimboola, on Thursday List, at t11 o'clock a m., when the followingapplications underseetio 2 of the Land Act eI878, where heard- Belreotan. 1. John K. Oliver, 2l?5 Or 16p recommended. Diuyarrak. SGeorgeLowe, 3?ta;' ostponed. 3 Edward Miles, 3210; recommended. 4 Michael O'Graly, 2001; recommended. 5 Charlee Sheldon, senr ;recommended. SCaro. K. 3L Sahlbert, 17a 2r 12p, (abandonetL selection of E. Miles) ; recommended. 7V illam J. Tr~ey, 15; ; recommended. 8 John Bectcarnn, li0a; refusled. 9 John Kelly, 200:t: recommended. Kaniva. 10 Anne Lawes. l.a ; recomnended. Kanirva nand Yanipy. 11 Daniel Gale, :rtl; recommended. 12 Nerwto J. Gale, 320a; recommended. Katyil. 13 Fredk. S. lBurkhart, Si ; e oostpned. Katyil ano ?Vallup. 14 eoderick M?'Lenman, 1i0a; recommeended Kininmkatlm. 15 Johno£'eenzie. 240x; recommnended. 16 William A. Bead, 192.: recommended. 17 Alexander Rintotde, liae; recommended. 1S James A. L. Str...

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The Mount Browne Goldfield DESERTED FOR WANT OF WATER. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

The Mount Browne Goldfield DESERTED FOR WANT OF WATER. Sydney, Saturday. :':!Mre. "Slee;M the gdld-fields' warden; in hs report to, the Minister of Mines on the Albert Gold-fields, dated January 22, states that; Mount Browne is' almost - deserted. 'Mlany ?iersons are'camping near Milpariuks, waitinofor rain. A great deal of sickness exists all over this gold-field, such as fevers, dysestery, scurry; and deaths are frequent. Only one isch of rain has fallen since May. Shoult the drought- continue one month longer Cobb and Co's coaches will not be able ito rm'.betweeni M3ilparinka and Wil cannia, i?nr will teanateis from either South Australia orr' Wilcahni be able: to travel. Mlr. Slee considers that• the perinacency of the Albert,.gold-field is. now: an established fact, about 10,000oi, of gold having gone by esicort from the field since;ug~ist last, in addition to which over 1;000oz. have gone by pivate persons to . Melbourne. and other places.--:Argus. .

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

General News. -0 A new breakwater will be constructed from Williamstown to the lightship t esheltor the Bay. The Hamilton Council have withdrawn a their resolution to cut the water off from the Railway station. In the Lake Meeran district, the selectors 3: are in a sad plight. Every day there are a 3 score or more at the lakes Meeran and T Leaghur, for water, many of them coming 3 20 miles. Vaccinating patients who are suffering from the small-pox is proved to be a pro- 4 tection from the pitting, and also materially 4: assists the recovery. s< Mr. C. E. Jones, once so well known ino political circles, has recently returned to 4( Melbourne, and may be seen daily in the city. The bodies of the two young men who 4' were drowned on Sunday in Corio Bay have 5 not yet been recovered. The search is still a being continued. Awoman named Mary Driver was arrested on Wednesday morning for having stolen the s5 key of a tabernacle in St. Mary's Roman l Catholic Church, Geelong. She w...

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Ararat Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

Ararat nnual_Races.__ The second day of the above meet cams off ~ridalyt an talthough t ats werd not so-sxatina? onthypvi day, there .roa sml` excPen aci h following were the results : A sweep of 2 sovs, with 25 sovs added; for two and -.threayearolds ; one mile. 3noR. owie'ib e Cohinoor, 3vrs. 8st7lb. 1 Mr. S. Corters b h Ioonshine, 3 yrs., 8et 71b 2 Dr. Willamsone'sb f Ladykngler,3yse.,8st141..3 Candidate was scratched.-Time 1 in. 52 sec. 1' HAB l~~)~~~lC~~aP.5IToL i~ 11'i £, e Of 5o sofl slee2les ; orertwelrvefight of hirdlee Mfr. A. S. Chirnside'e br g Blue Peter, 5 yes., lost 101b ... ... .. .. .1 Mr. Jones' b g Derlin, aged 9stlb ... . 2 Mr. Bbbert Orrisbrr :Noioorng?5yres 9set 1b .:. 3 -'PLO. ONTi4E. 1'orahandaoed.ilver clareetcup;Iresentedby the 3AroesTrol6Clehi'half asmithZ 3 _r:. W. Sindp' br m Little Mrry.Tt 71b .. 1 TIr. S. Chirnside'sgg gDuncan Grey, 7stb lb 2r. A. S. Chimside's g m Lily, 7et7lb:. " .. 3 .... .:.iwO .i~is's rums :'-:-?:. -.'OfSO'sovs..;'oned.?ila'hulf m...

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OUR GERMAN COLUMN. [SPECIALLY TRANSLATED FOR THE HORSHAM TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

OR=f.ERMAN COLUMN. lsEreCLUT xsOsLrATED WOR THE HORSHAx The oldeEmperor of (Geriny hsas "' reihased5 tlie"Christilas"prdsentsi family himself. He went to the shops, pur chased what he wanted, .iand. o Christmas Eve the young Princes and Princesses hae A their Christmas tree and-6thei.snitiblh pre- ; sents given to them in"th'-room'bof the A Emperor;-?o,- with his wife, the Empress, It had embellished the tree themselves.- T he Reichstag, after ..psing the.bridget/, 1 taids adjourned until The 9t anh Jusary. The leader of the centrlm, Windthorst,.now in 1s opposition to the Chancellor, has given notice I. to be permitted to bring in a-bill t- o -abolish' l tbo lay or Falk Laws, espeeially~ tlht sprti which empowers the Goverlimenit'o . exipel disobedient priets from Germainybia dit it is almost certain that Windthorst will be de- 5 feated, especially as the Prussian Parliament, which will assemble in the latter end. of January, will be called upon to modify the above laws. These laws...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 February 1882

CO 1 i ESPONDENCE. o [Nore.--A : - :,les addressed to the Editormnst "esoeompai: rl .y the namo and addrela of tho sender, not ,,. :oaarily for publieatien, bur as at Sarg ntee Ifaith. We do not identify oar. " e in tL :? ltest degre withtae opinions e. e in o :,lo , -r open, coltmn, but reservae a .- eto ec' a. mend sttcaeonto which appear -, qiire 1:. l eing inteme?-rate. 'Conrespob a d?nts will, l',r" 2 . er, understald that in no case do -ne alter ccr,L :ondenco or refuse admission to lettre, tEen.t ea iEoy may conflict with our own hi ion.-?Eu. 1 i .i. IMPOSTOR. TO TIL rD ',ra Or TOE uIIOeSILt TIME.? Sir,--Kuot "i:g that you are ever ready to publish wh:i s good for the public gnerally, I aend you rL a letter trestinir you will 'fin room for i: iyour valuable journal. A gntlman s;s hails from Warracknabeal, aomes aroun. :,ere some times professing to heal all mne ,:r of sickness sad disease by M g-etim. E sometimes throws in a little farh (~-t , as circumstances require. s-here...

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