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THE LORDS AND THE IRISH LAND ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
THE LORD3 AND TEE IRISH LAND ACT. The House of Lords hasbeen enga;ed this evening in a lengthy debate on the ?tate of Ireland and the working of the Laid Act passed last session. Several of the Conser vative peers spoke, and dwelt on the unsatis factory results of the labours of the com mlssloners. The discussion was finally brought to a close by a motion being carrie I in favour of the appointment of a select committee to inquire into the working of the Act. The Liberal peers opposed th proposal, which was, however, adopted on the following division : Contents :................. ........... 96 Noa-contents ....................... 53 Majority for the motion ... 43
THE ANGLO-FRENCH IDENTICAL NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
THE ANGLO-FRENCH IDENTICAL NOTE. Referring to the joint note addressed by the French and English Governments to the other great European Powers in regard to the affairs in Egypt, the Daily News"of to day publishes a paragraph stating that it has good reason to believe that the proposals of the two Cabinets have been received in a very cordial manner, and that the powers will probably . ecide to delegate to the British and French Governments the duty of carrying into execution the common agreement which it is expected wiil be shortly come to.
THE ANGLO-FRENCH COMMERCIAL TREATY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
THE ANGLO-FRENCH COMMERCIAL TREATY. The negotiations which have be.en carried on between the British Amba sador and the French Government have failed to bring about a satisfactory understanding,differenc?~ upon several vital points still remaini g unsettled. It is consequently expected that no new treaty will be concluded, and that the only result will be that Grcat Britain will be simply placed on the footing of the moca favoured nation.
GRAIN AND FLOUR RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
GRAI- AND -FLOUR RETURNS.. i i following is .ierotr of the flour mn wheat dinpteched from.theo.orsham Station for the week n ing 18th February:- - S FEBCAuTg Wheat ... ... 2153. Flour .. .. . . .. ... 279 W heat "". i li ;.. . .. t' r... ... . .. 972 FBWheat ?E 16r2. Wheat .. 14 lour ... ... .. .. . . 65 FEPsarnr 18TB. Wheat .;. .i .: :... ..: . .1170 Flour ... ... ,... . 131 a "Total ... - .- ... ..9507
THE EGYPTIAN DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
THE EGYPTIAN DIFFICULTY. -_ The Anglo-French note which was recent issued invites all the European,powers in terestd in Eypt to take part iin the settle ment of the affiirs of that conntry upon the basis already established by the status qee including the continuance of the financial control at present exercised, and the recog nition of the rights of the Sultan of Turkey, which the first Anglo-French note, issued a few months ago, ignored. The unsolved difficulty in connection with the Egyptisa question is, How are the decisions of the powers to be enforced ?
MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET, [THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS]. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
MSLI3OUItNE FLOTR'AND RAIIN MARKET, [THEWante's Tniauucvioau). I•n the impsrt market business on Friday was only moderatelya'etirve, for though wheat has corn sonded considerable attention at thereduction now ,accepted, and large sales have been made, opera tiens otherwise"have been of littleoaceount-. r' A steady trade demand, however, eontiuncu tobe maintained, and in that respect some slight degree tof animation is apparent, but n? a role buyers are nctnnaious to operate largely. Large orders from the Darling are now, however, coming forwardand Soonsiderable business is expected-is be done neat week in consequence. In bresaldstuffo flour is mov. ing quietly at our quotation of 11 50s, at which 25 ton parccls are quittcd, but the demand is by no means brisk. Wheat ein a trifle lower, and in consequence a mnore extensivero trade bo been done. At thecloseofbusiness hours on Friday night a parcel of 3,000 ags was taken up ats 3d atstation; 2,000 bags changed on Fridny at-Ss 20 in ono...
BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. February 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
S BtLLA.A.T PRIODUCE ?? KlET. .. _ • :? ? . / ? ' Febr~aary. 18. Messrs. Coas-.Viconaa k-Co., retort A large amount of produce came into the market during the week. Wheat has advanced inpriee since our lastreport and meets withready sale at prices oelow. Flour hae had a rising market all the week cloing firmnn to day at £11. Bran and Pollard are in good request with hut little offering. Oat-atraw came fornward very freely, but a good demand still existing, prices remanin firm. Both Cape and English Barley hbor met with ready sale at quota tionL. ees are still enquired for at our prices. Pottos? havero been freely supplied with the demand abeut equal, consequently prices remain unaltered. gangesr IHayha beensanpplied fully eqoal to require ments. A large quantity of Sheraves and btra haeing comen ferword prices have declinod a little. We quote .-Northern Wheat 5s 2daigain, District 4a lOd:toS., oat 217d tols 8d, psaess 8d fslOd, English bar!ey 3s Sd to. s:lls;d; Cape 2s 7d to 2s d, p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
TZHOMAS YOU 1TG_ 3 AUCTIONEER, "' Stock, Station, Land, Finance,~and Conmmission Agent, WILSON STREET. HOREHAMI ADVANCES made on Lfaseh.ld' orFree. G hold Ccuntry Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in the colony or in London. Agricultural Machinery and Implements pr by the best Melbourne and Ballarat Makers, sapplied promptly, and on LmltaL TeRMs. Ev ery descriptionf business connecteil with the Lands, ind othei Gdovernmeit Departments conductedpromptly, efficiently; j anti coneomically. Fire and Life Insurances effectedin the best comlpanies. El Sales of Property or Stock conducted in any part of the colony. AOENT FOR Fiskcn and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, MDelbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Lascelloa and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelog. an The Australian Mutual Provident Life As. mrance Society. ra The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. of Ballarat Permanent Building and Invest. RI ment Soc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
WILLIAM ADAIiSON & CO., Prcduce Brokers, 20 Little Collins-street West, 2IELBOU:LNE, - ECEiTE ccusiaen:cols of Grain, Flour, .L etc., for :ald oi storage, and make isberal advra.c( slhtrcon wrl.rn reouirced. GAsx ?tlb. hl l c(:ly Wed?eday, and T'hAynr Pl:eo'Uw Sae tovry W-ednesday and }'iday. AecoLst ýaks furnished promptly. J. r. ,-2 & Co., RlIAIX. WiOOL, 1;S, IDES AND TA LLUW 'lEOXKE1S, .Adrances m:do if required wrhenl received iuto Ware'ouse. 17 QUEEN.-STREET, 3MELBOURNE. ]1MVPOe1TANT TO FAIlMERS GEEL~ONG, i'ORE WHEAT 1 !IEE OF CIBAIGE AJ for SILX 310.ONT.S, and make Liberal CAih A.dvance., at Bank iote of interest. ;uarant.e m:ual:-t r-ie at any time. Write for pat t:cl::rs to above address. TO WIMTIPEPRA FARMIERS. CORN SACKS!I CORNT SACKS! THE UNIIELSIGEl)]are snow landing Ex "4 Car;lsle Castle" Direct fromr CGLetta in FIIIST CLASS CON DITIOYq. Best Full Weights Sacks, and offer same at VEIIT LOW I'EICES. Quotations given on application to; -ICEO and PXILLIPS, ...
ARREST OF "CAPTAIN MOONLIGHT." [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
ARRET OF " CAPTAIN MOON-, ,::: .LIGHT." . . : SDuriig tlIe'pas; fimdofiths a series of murderous outrages have beeni com mitted in the country aroinddM'acroom, the perpetrator:of which long contriv~d to elude dedetection. On Decemei'ier 27th a inanin?med onnidell wasicaptufred by tlieMacrbom .police who 'i believedito be the captain of the band by whom I thee. atrocities were 'comimitted,. and several of wii m haive siiice bee~n lhnted down. TlheT leade'r,: onneoihll,'Nv'wio is only.-20:yearsii bfi agee haid been in Ithe army, hutlhad ;been discharged for bad coinduc'after .?which- ihe ,joiied: the militia. Fromiinformatio;which, they had received, "a large force of police 'wentitothe-i oui e of Thomas 0;Shed, a, fai mer, midway between Macroom anil ,Mill'.treet. ,.They arrived abmnaight, wvere immediately admitted, and two od three of them ian upstairs to a loft over the kitcheniwhere in.a bed, -with:-6ne ,of O'Shea's sons they found O'Oonnellh lying in.hisclothes. Tied up iii:a ii...
EXTRAORDINARY OUTRAGE ON A DERBYSHIRE MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
EXTRAORDINARY OUTRAGE ON A DERBYSHIRE MAGISTRATE. t A strange assault case is reported from .Derbyslhire, which carries us back to the fierce manners of the middle ages. On Christmas' Day there was a family gatheringiat'Alfreton-hall, t the, residence of- Mr. C. "R. Pslmeri 3Morewiooda magistrate for Derbyshire. Mr.: Morewood had invited his four hrothers to diie' with him and his mother. In order to throw light upon what took place on that evening, it may be explained that when the. late Mr.. Morewood died he left £20,000 to6 hisl five eons and £10,000 :to his four. ' daughltes.' The latter and tle youiiger E son having- received their respective t; portions, it. was deemed advisable to a throw the remainder of the estate into i Chancery. --The7o'ther sons have re-: n ceived only part of their property, and. b this, it appear, liis caused much, family a uiinpleas?antifess. :After., d:dinner, on it Christmas:Day the.igentlemen .retired a for a time to the smoking-room,: where brandy...