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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. February 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARIKET. February 16. Messer Hepburn nod Rowe raport - The stock yarded were-HG cattle. 60 calves, 11,581 abeep, 1137 lnabs. Fat cattle-.A fair number came to hand. quality ranging from fair to good, with only a very few prine. Tere ens a fair attendance of boycrs. Rest pens realised an advance of folly IN a head, others making abouttlast week's ica. Quotations -nest pens, of bollocks, £9103 to £11 7s Gd; med. tam, £5 to £0 log. Cows at proportionate catos. Fat mares.-A fall supply in, consesueotly only best wouldsellto aodvantage, making tol5a. We sold8forvarious oewners,tolSts. Fat sheep.-Of the above supply about ona.haif were storeo. quuliry of renmaider ranging from medium to prime. heaccely aey prime cresoareds were yarded. There wus a fair atteodnace of bnyers, p rices ruled muchk-about the name as last week. Quotations-Best crossbred vetbers. le 6d toi1_ d; good. Os to 11s medium, 7s to6ss9; beatmerino wethers, 7a Gd so Ge Pd; good, 6s to 7a Gd; medium, P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

\ AdiTEDa'"Nursei' GirL'Appl;y, Mrs. M. h3 mussen, Pynisen-street, . 7ANTED a GoodShenherd with Dog. 'V Apply to T. Young, Hobrsham.: W7ANTED a Good CooDk and Lundress.. V V Apply Mrs. E. H. Bicknell, Com mercial Hotel, Nhill.. .: FOR SALE.-A Second-hand Waggon; L ;it Roche Blacksmith pynsent-street. 1 'iOBE SOLDU,' riv!r; r;BUT.LCHERiiNG .' [-BUSINESS:-Apply, J. , EDE;IHor Sshomn ' '0 LET.-A Blacksmith's Shop' on easy It eom Ia good ~business. Apply, T. .Hlodhy, wail' f401 ) ' j,,5.r~ " ! OR SALE.-A First-class Butohering I I' Business. A Good Investmenit for anyone with capital.-Apply to JohniForrest. - Butcher, Horsham. I JMPROVED FARM of 600"ACRES,.,will r 1 fenced an'ad l divlded.'a 'eellent'eo'pply of-water,-large stsales and sheds, roomy a residence, to be let for a term of five or seven years. lPolsessiouigiven -lut-March.- For fnrther particulars apply WM. DISHER, ] Inrra {Warr, Kewell West., "TBAED into my Paddock, about Octo Sber last, one red and white Bullock, t branded...

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GEELONG STATION MARKET. February 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

GEELONG STATION MA1OKET. February 14. Messrs. GOe HIour sb Co.rcport Woon-TboFebruary.March series of theLondon Colonialwoolssles will corsmence on the 28th in. stoat. The quantity to ho offered is restricted to 300,000 bales, which includes 10,000 bales hold over from last eries. As trade is generally healthy ie the woollen disteicto, a-good-deemndis antieipnted: We offered a emall catalogse to-day of scoured sorts and oddments, end made a fair clearanco at satisfactory prises. Sheepskhns.-Thero was a full attendance of buyers at our eale-to-day, and every lot met with active competitioni, enabling us to make an entire clearanceof alarge supply at highly satisfactory figures :-Fnll-eoollod shins, 5d to Gld por round; lambsbins,3d to 41d ror pound; bstchers fresh pelto, 1.1 to 22d acrh ; country pelts;ld to l2deach. Hides.-We had a smaller sopply to-day than nusul, and huvenochange to note in prices. The tannere are all cager to buy, and uannot got nearly nsffCient tonsupply actual ...

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH. Longerenong State Nursery. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

* miti use GIrc arxslý ip 'C 'iiYree us - o-- days PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND ordi FRIDAY; . 20th by t for I FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH. ta 0: Lonigerenong State Nursery. fine WE are very curious to know what are org the intentions of-the Minister-of Agri- taiu culture regarding the Longerenong frail State Nursery, for in its present condi- aC tion it is a standing disgrace to the they Government, and an eye-sore to be- sum holders. No doubt people at a dis- able tance who have only beard of its exist- "'w ence,imaginethstit-s a veryfine place- cert a veritable'dtsi'e seeino thathit'enjoys gro the " high -soinding name of "State seet Nursery;' and we should not be-sur. whe i.:.:.the. psseddo learn'that;ithere, are; not.. a few the members of Parliament ,who: are under ero theie:mpression that' this said' Stite feer Nursery comprises -an exteniive cilti- .(r vaited area, well kept, thicikly .planted ct with all 'sorts of ::trees-native!' and tins exotic -and is ain inestimable bllon to r...

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The Intercolonial Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

The Intercolonial Cricket Match. This match was continued on Wednesday afternoon, and resulted in a victory for New Sooth Wales by one inninga and 138 runs to spare. The Yictouans made .315 in'theii first innings, and 322 in the second, as against 775 scored by their opponents. The following is the score of the Victorians in their second innings: rsEcorn ciexs. MpDonald,e Hassie, 5 Ers.ee.; 1 Palmer, run oe ..' .. Horan, c ordlch, b Spforth . .. 102 Blaekhlai, b Eans .. 90 Baker, candb Garret... I Slight, e Eraos, b Garrett o.. " Bonner, c Jones, b Garrett 7 Boyle, Jones. bEvass e Tamrnerotout "... _`' 41 Coopper, bj Jones ... T'Shpne, bJones d Totdaies 32 Total 322

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MELBOURNE GRAIN REPORT. February 14th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

MELBOURNE GRAIN REPORT. Febrnary I1th; Messrs. J.R. FORDe h Co. report : A slightdeclinetook place in the .price of.wheat tn-day.- We haveeold during- {he wck 1000 bcgs at SS 41d, cx Sponcer-etreet station, also; a line of! 1100 bags, at Is 41d, delivered in Melboniwe roepr. We report to-dae' market price fer prime eepeing wheat (in good bags) at 5s 3d per bnshel, o estre er Spenrer-stroet elation. Flonr, 11 to C11e 5e prime eilling Onte, 3se d;e eedeatsefroe0s lld to 3s 2Od;seed sorts are also receiving attention, all coming forwnrd receiving fell. attentiolt' prime maltlngbarele 40 3d. feed sort's frcel Id 2to 3s 00, accordeng to qualty. Peaos re selling at s 4d er bnshel, with a fair demand; pollard-is worth. 15d. and bean'ld. -Grnus condo-rye g-rteeie worth 5 p4rled cpebe heL nnedpekiea are worthromma3d tode41'.h e, cordingS to ae weeth teem 10003 O d per l o qality. Wool remaionsfrom 7}d to ltdperlb.

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CORRESPONDENCE. STRIPPERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HORSHAM TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. STRIPPERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HIORSIL3 TIDIES. Srri,-Kindly afford insertion for the fol lowing in your valuable journal :-Just be foretheharvest of 1SS0, I and two of my neighbours were deliberating upon the neces sity of obtaining strippers for the approaching harvest. I said I should get one from a cer tain manufactory in Horaham; B said he would get one from another establishment, and C that he shbould obtain h:s from 3Iel bourne, as the local manufacturers were in the habit of using green wood. I have heard the same objection urged before. Now, what are the facts ? B had to get his tires cat bec fore he could use his machine the next sea son, and C had to get the tires wedged of his. Melbourne purchase. I have worked mine ever since without the least di lful, nd without its requiring any' repair:. Twat: these facts seould go to prove the necessity of supporting local indstry.- Yors, et A WIhIMERA FARlMlER February 13th.

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The English Eleven in New South Wales. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

The English Eleven in New South Wales. Sydney, Tuesday. The English eleven commenced a two days' match at1Norwood-park to-day. against .18 of ibfg distriet%1 Stansbre. 3 Hhd weather -was fine, butthe-attdztdan fo'twi'on'ly mode rote. The following is the full score: ENGLISH ELEVEN. Earlow~ Roberts b r arres... ... 5 Ulyett, b Chilet. .. ..... ...1 Solby, e Loreriuie,.hMare-. .... -r 22 sates., b Marr.. j. .. 8 Shrwosboury, c Lovebidge; lV Morr.. i;.. IS Midwinter, c Searle, b Mt ers... . Seettes, b ircks ".. . . Emmett, c'Webslr. bMarr, 1' Show, b Dr. . ... e Piling, nobt ot ... . Peate.b Mc ...... ..... . 2 Total ...... ... ... ... ...119 THE EIGHTEEN. Poser sassasos. Sanlons. Shw, b Midwinter.. .. ... 2 E. Soale, b Midwinteor... ... 5. A. D oise. Pifsing, b Midwinterw o o Marc, c Selby};; b;Peate: -.T - .g Webster o r isIbyb ePe l i. lers., PillisgPb Midwinter...2J ... ... Clearse, b Mdinter b. .. .. ... 17 .aU, c aodbBates .1, 3. Seorle, b Midwinter .. . 0 Watson, C. Shrewsbury, ...

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WONWONDAH. February 14th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

;.. N iWUlWONDAIJ .,A (FROtM oult OWN CoIIREsPoNDENT.) February 11th. Harvesting operations are finished in this district, and a great quantity of wheat carted away. I find that the average that I gave durinmthe harvest, viz., 15 bushels per core, is, if anything, slightly under the ma:rk, as many of the crops proved to. be better thaI they appeared before stripping. With fair yields nand good prices the farmers are now in -verygood spirits. The weather is still very hot and dry, and I have noticed in two or three instances that those farmers who ihave cisuusnced. to hara their stibbles liave alsoeerrit a oensiderable portion ef their feces. On Sunday last several young men were amausing themselves by lighting :ire. in various places in the malleet t the we t of this place. I should not le its all surprised to hear of a great amount of damago lecing done, as everything is very dry, and sparks were seen to fall at a distance ot three or four miles from the scene of the fires. Water-c...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

Epitome of News. Shipmlnts of potatoes ar going on briskly. Prices continne low,-only 27s 6a perton, but farmers ar pushing in the. tubers as fast as they can. Mr. Edward Shea, the clerk of petty sessions for Fitzroy, Collingwood, and Carl ton, has forwarded his resignation after over 23 years of active service. - Atelegram recently received by the Govern. ment from the acting Agent-generalintimates that the prices of diamonds for drill purposes are such as to render delay on the part of the purchaser desirable. If no fresh case of small-pox shows itself among them, the Mirzapore passengers at the quarantine station who are not in the hos pital will be released on Monday, the 20th lost. The principal ohbject of the Minister of railways invisiting New South Wales is to bring to a close the negotiations which have been so long pending for connecting the rail ways: of Victoria with those of the sister colony. ... A quarryman emploed at William's stone quarres ait Woodstock, near Presto...

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

M ETEORuLOGICAL NOTES. TePEMR&TUHPZ. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY HIG TLEST OWEST IIIGHEST LOWEST In the shade 9S 54 100 50 Int"csunn °1200 '- 132 - Probable weather-Hot, Cloudy. ite;istered by E. Miller.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

THQMAS YO~t Stock, Station, Land-.Finanoe, and Commission ents ,4 WILSON STREET. "HO RAM DVANCES made on Leaseh ul.oarFree. Ahold Ccountry Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances male on Wool for sale either in the colony or in London. Agricultural Machinery and Implements Iajiilia promptly,_and one_ Tsnnhaa.1 Every~d4eoa5~Tf def"-tc}ýppleted .1 Eire and.lifei Insorancds et~eet d m the heat companies. Sales omfrop0[tytnr Stoci-conducted in anyparkotthe'caio c _ Anna's ron Folsen and Gibson, 'Stock' an Station y Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. SAuntralian Mutual Provident Life As. iurance Society.. The Victoria Fire lnsurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. iealsPrct Pecmanent Building and Inveset mciit Society. Valuer for the BallaratBanking Co.,Limited Anction Sales of horses. cattle, &c., held every Saturday at the Sale Yards, Wilson street, Horsham, at one o'clock. A complete list kept of Stock for private sales 5inLevcry part of the colony,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

WILLIAM ADAMSON &: CO., Produce Brokers, 20 Little Collins.street West, MELBOURNE, R ECE1VE consiemncnts of Grain, Flour, etc., for aCle or storage, and mnake liberal addaces thereon when required. GRAts SALE held every W dnesday, and IAnY Psonvcet Sale cvery Wcdnesday and Friday. Account sales furnished promptly. J. 8. FOR'D o& Co., CRAIN, WOOL, SKINS, HIDES AND TALLOW BROKERS, Advances made if required when received into Warehouse. 17 QUEEN-STREET, MELBOURNE. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS MILLERS, G EELONrG, -TORE WIIEAT FREE OF CHARGE Sfor SIX MONTHS, and make Liberal Cash Advances at Bank rate of interest. 4;narantee market price at any time. Write for p:alticulars to albove address. TO WIfMMDERA FARMERS. CORN SACKS! CORN SACKS! THE UNDEEIIG- ED] are nowu landing Ex "C Carlise Castle" Direct from C. leutta in FIRST. CLASS CON DITION, Beet Full Weights Sacks, and offer same at TEIY LOW PRICES. Quotations given nu pplication to: PRILC and PHILLIPS, STA WELL'. OR. E. PRICE &...

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HORSHAM RETAIL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

HORSHAM RETAhL MARKIET. Bresh butter, is hi per Ib; potted do,ls per lb; egglOd per dozen ; cheese, 7d.to Odper:lb; br pn Iki to i;s bfam, isit sI d;potatoee. 7&Fper ew onions, 1id per lb.

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

CoInmercial. ----0- HOOSHAE, WHEAT MIA.KET. Times Office, TharsdayEjeninr. O en Wdnesday and to-day a great deal of wheat has come to hand, and been redilyquitted at4s M d, which may bheregarded as the ruling market licier..

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Lowanshire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

Lowanushire Council. The us il sonrthly meeting of the above council was held on Tuciday, the 14th inst. Present: Crs Farmers (President,)W. Mac. donald, J. M'Leonan. 1'. IKoop, G. Edwards, D. Bone, W. Wills, T. Ward, and N. Rauert. nIltIE.UTS The minutes of the previous meeting and the special mneetio were read and approved, nawas alo the outsward correspondlence. TENDERS. The follswing toders rwere then accepted: EAST RIDING.· Contract fo, 100a.-Frnuisf sad' inmhing about 4 chainsis iaootnth Loyd-street, Dimboola.r Fatterson, £D1. 1i 04l. WEST RIDING.   Contract No. 14..-n ormino osd motarinmr m aset Io ides of redi tst 00 r J Stoiehs sumlectior parish Thesaginnie.-Grara Bros., £74. Contract No. ri.-Forinan and metalling about . chains of road mensrCorsae's rlection, rishro of I tihse oPin. Graee rnrs. ±63 ll, l. Uontlact No. 144.-Form. ing rod setaloigaboutin d chains of the main road noer . Croso's seletios, raish Laliot.-A. Pat rers onp r se G0,. Contract Ne. 145. ...

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

LOCAL TOPICS. she IT is our painful duty to record the death of 7 of the Rev. James Paton, M.A., the es- tion teemed pastor of the.)orshams Presbyterian. aCureH- -ie, sadevent-toob-place-at-tbe- coat Manse on Wednesday evening shortly after eaven o'clock. The deceased had beenQrpNtsr g of the church for nearly two. years,but, dust iifferin:gfromiconsumption;he wa fre- pop 'qently too ill to discharge his ministerial 'diieB?-.a'i l he had not preached since New Ti Yell s minig. Even on that occasion ihe Talt occupied the pulpit in opposition to the to th advice of his medical attendant and his The friends, but he remarked that he felt that, if Chel he did not embrace that opportunitylof once ]nst more addressing his people, he would never an ai be able to do so again, and time has proved: the that his fears were only too well grounded; on t The reverend gentleman was both a scholar procf and a able preacher, and during the short in ti time that he was able to occupy, the pulpit Mr ( ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 February 1882

Funeral Notice. THE Friends of the late REV. JAMES     PATON are respectfully requested to   follow his remains to the Horsham Railway Station at 11.15 a.m. this day (Friday). The funeral cortege will start from the Presbyterian Church, where a short service will be held, before the hour above-named. DEATH. WITHERS.—On the 10th February, at Moy- ston, Amy Helena, aged 15 years and 7 months, beloved daughter of Anastasia and Samuel Edward Withers, of Moyston and Horsham. Deeply regretted.

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TERRIBLE MASSACRE BY PERUVIAN MARAUDERS. London, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

TERRIBLE MASSACRE BY PERUVIAK MARAUDERS. London, February 19. Telegrams received from Lima to-day bring. intelligence of a terrible mansrcre committedi at Pieco, a Maritime town 130 miles fron that city. . - It appears since the cessation of active hostilities with Chili numerous bands of Pern vian marauders have been scouring the country and plundering the inhabitantso Several of these :bands, having joined the forces, advanced on Pisco and attacked there town, whica the inhabitants did their ut most to defend, but withcu success. On gaining possession of the place, the maranders massacred a thousand of the townspeople, including no less than 300 foreigners of all. nations who had taken part in the defence.

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IMPORTANT ARREST AT SOFIA. Constantinople, February 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

IMPORTANT ARRFXST AT SOFIA. Constantinople, February 18. Advices from Sofia, the capital of the Principality of Bulgaria, report that 18 Zankoff, a prominent Bulgarian statesm.m, has been arrested by order of the Porte. The reason assigned for the step is that'Kf' Zankoff has been openly engaged in foment ing agitation among the people of the province, and inciting them to throw oft their allegiance to the Central Government

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