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DREADFUL COLLIERY EXPLOSION. London, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

DREADFUL COLLTERY EXPLOSION. . LondonFebroary 17. A fearful colliery explosion has taken place at the Arimdon Grange Colliery, aear Hartlepool. A large number of the miners were at work at the time,. and: although the exact loss of lihfe is uncertfin, it has been as certained that upwards of sixty of the; nieri have been killed.

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A Horrible Tragedy in New South Wales. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

A'Horrible Tragedy in New -0--- Sydniey, Thursday. I.A hoiibl ge t dy took place :at Morpeth'early this morning .:" Ttt ap pears. tht a ai;n iaiillmed, OCharl I Grimley . resoidien aEasdt' onileaitland, weas easleep 'in jed,:Ithlie, second shot talkin" effect andi killing her :6i{ thl spot. Gmlyithen leftfor his f thiie, and'' about 6 o'clock was found',deamfbn his bed with agunshot wouind over the eye, evidenitly iinflicted hy l i own hand. ;-'He had: been keepiniug compapy witL .d"tI " girl for some time, and jealousy is supposed to have been the cause of the hormible crime. In the room where Grimley was found, two pieces.of paper were ?picked up; on one of which was writteni:" Kill,her, yes!" on the others, i 't"ill her,: .o !" He evidently premeditated the crime, and as cused great ecitegment. uteor r u aoghev ralicittdaat fit ilqueti twl hiich beganrbht iafteinooii ,Tilti tr. n oiiieiiy?itfa o eoc, aid the na limntiion of 'tusses tgd until 1..,p lQckthis ::evennag, whenu an adj...

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Suicide at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

Suicide at Sea. A case of apparently delibe?atc self destruction occuried during the passage 'of the ste?minslip Leura from Sydney. From the statement furnished by Cap, tain Pain, of: the Leura, it applears ?dat at 11 aiin. on the l5th inst,, whep ;pass in; Rnm ,Head, a steerage. passenger, name.:unknown,.threw himself:varer: board frbm the forecastle. The :Ieura at the time was making fair eather of it, and u.ider: steiam and canvas ;was goini ? at the rate of between 12 and 14 knots. Oh'ran alarin being: given'"the engines wer?id orderd fiull speed astrn, and' :two 'oats were loweied.,; Tlle crews puilled to the spot.iwheretha man; disappeared;:arid across and over:'it for on hoir and 10 'iinutes but no': iitre. of him wvas dicoverec; althouilm seriral life. buoys and:other articles. whichi :hiad been :.thrown ,.overboard to6 him: wee: passedl. :Astihe wind'.'was increasing and the sea' rsing fast Capkaw Pain.P ordered the, boats alongside, and :after they. were hoisted the Leura ...

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A Singular Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

A Singular Case. - o- At the County Court on l Moday a some Ihat peculiar case cropped tip' which h ill tend to lay down some rule by which governors of prisons are allowed to dispose of the property of prisoners.. It will be in the :xec l'ection,of our readers that early in IMareh, 1881, a young man named Asher Lamen Samuel, a traveller in the employ. of Samuel Coppel, was arriested on a charge of shooting a poulterei? amed Edward John Deportu dorin, a squabble which arose out of the noirnership of some jewellery. The prisoner was?ultimately' sentenced to 13' months' imprisonment. When Shmiiel was sent to gaol to asrye the seitencs'l h??I vas in possession of aleoit £18,: hich of'coirve was 'entered in the gaol books as belonging to the prisoner. .It happened afterwards, however, that the money did not belog 'tos Saninel, and relelnted interviews. toek'plaice:attheigaul. forthepnreoose of nilolvinigtle latter 4o. re ':"corerait mtiinel' reted to give it'ip; ditc on one occasiodii t...

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SENSATION AT BERLIN AND VENNA. (REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.) London, Feb 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

(nr. en'se eLEGonau s.) SENSATION AT BERLIN AMD VIENNA........ London, Feb 18. The diatribe delivered by Geceral Scobeleff against Germany.inhis address to the Servian students yesterday, is attracting great atten tion throughout Europe In Berlin and Vienna especially a great sensation has been- caused by the language employed on the occasion. - The. press in both cities publish articles expressing the greatest indignation at the attitude assumed by.- General Scobeleff to wards the German Government and people.

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ARRIVAL OF TEH S.S. POTOST [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

0X1 ARRIVYAL - ----- ROF It IVA -L S.S. POTOSr" ---o--- ( S, 0 which e ate -in recept f English files between the 30th December and'thel 6th January.

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Threatened War in Europe MENACING SPEECH BY GENERAL SCOBELEFF. London, Feb. 18th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

Threatened War in Europe (FROM TiHE' CORRESPONDENT.) MENACING SPEECH BY GENERAL SCOBELEFF. London, Feb. 18th. In a speech addressed to the Servian students:at the University ofi Parij. General Scobbeleff."the Pan-S'vist og?taRtr, declared that the dangers whii tlreatened Russia were owing to the attitude of Germany, and that war between the two countries was inevitable. i. H" itrovo, the Russian consul at Bucharest assured a deputation which waited uiodti Lim'that Russia would free the down trodden Slaves of South-Eastern Europe.:

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THE LADIES' LAND LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

r THE LADIES' LAND, LyAGUE. • ' For some time past the Ladya.dgulers t have assumed an attitude of open and insolent defiance of the Government, ian Qa v' publicly:daeatlieuthorities Sto touch their sacred persons. They have .stown themselves ambitious, of political imartyrdon, and after long for bearnce,.;which, as.' been, regarded :by - ithetih asweakness-or cowardice; the Go Seernment,'have geatified their wish by arresting seven ladies connected with some local branches of the organisation and committed' them to prison, 'all of them having refused .to provide bail." ',on 'b:afortnight bý ,o'tlie ! adies' Land League .was .declared illegal. Miss Pamrnel anld thfie ?'o members of the seditious sisterhood, however, defied the proclamation, 'and when they did not contemptuously ignore it, niticed iit only to denounce it. On Sunday last January 1st), they held a meeting at their old quarters, in-Sackville-street,: Dublin, at which theie was a larger muster. of female.rebels than on a...

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WRECK AND LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

W: REC? AD LOSS OFLIFE.': News has been recieved` of the .wreck in the Atlanticd-Ocean of tho"skip Bahama (? Balkamah, 1,378 tons register, ownel by iMIeasre. E. 'Batesard' Sons" of Liverppol). Twenty lives have been lost. . .

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THE "DANGEROUS AREA" IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

TH3E . "'DANGIROU ''AREA! 'IN ,MThe, special, correspondent" of the "Standari',in Ireland. supplies, some "particulars :of ,the: conditior~ of 'tle scheduled districtsa which) have been .placed under the control of the y'fi'e resident magistrates .'They. comprise, it appears, about 10,600,435 acres nearly half the surface of Ireland ; and" are inhabited by 2,079,075'. persons, or nearly'40 per cent. of the IiJh people. Of these inhabitants more than 93 per cent are :Roman Catho-lics;: the geneiral' proportion of C atholics to Protestants in Ireland being only 76 per cent. On iaverage -rix rly 38:, jcr erit. of:the.people i _. israrea can, neither read nor write. There are, tqking these-12 counties together, four. constables to every 10,000 of the pop nulation, the average in all Ireland being 21. :::Fifty-five rer: cent.' of- the 'land -scheduled is pasture, as against 49 per cent. throughout Ireland; 24 per cent is tillage,'egainst 28 per cent; and 18 per cent. is bog. against 20 p...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. ACCIDENT TO THE QUEEN'S CARRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMdS. (FPOM THE DAILY PAPERS.) ACCIDENT TO THE QUEEN'S 'CAR. R " B At;E. " . Loadon, February 16 (Eienjng.) ' When Her: Majesty the Queen unas:re. turning to Buckinghani Palace froni a drive to:day, the horses attached to her carriage became restive and bolted.' The outrider was thrown and injured, but the horses were etopped before any further accident occurred. Her .Majesty was greatly alarmed, bt not hurt."' ". i-. ,:^

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

LOCAL TOPICS. bu TronoUoH prerores on ouradvertislng space we are compelled again to issue a supplement. foe Besides other interesting matter, the article Be " Probable War in Europe," and Russian De. signs inAunstralian Waters," will amply re pay perusal. wi IT will be seen from a report in another H column that a conference took place on Wednesday and Friday last, between re presentatives from the Wimrnerashire con- he sisting of Cra Bell, Clark, and Grant-for the ew adjustment of certain differences which have ab for sometime required a settlement in re ex penditure of money for water-works,-and er representatives from the St. Arnaud and Dunmunkle shires. So far as the former ou body is concerned an amiceble arrangement was effected of a satisfactory' character to Ri the parties interested, but, in the case of the Ri Dunmunkleshire, things remain -'as they 11 were" Cr Breen, representing the letter sal body, said that lie and his colleagues stc had gone fully into the matter, and...

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21ST. The Melbourne Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

9bl e Iar jlaiR (iltmc. b -o the PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND Dis FRIDAY. wer boad had The Melbourne Hospital. beet THE statements recently made by .Dr. the Youn, to the effect that the above insti- The tution was but a hot-bed of disease, pies excited such general attention and pro- be, yoked so much discussion that the fact stat of an opportunity presenting itself for in testing the accuracy of the allegations Clan proved to be quite a relief to the putblic was mind, and, with that sense of fair play fore which generally characterises an intel- Thiu ligent community, judgment was sus- rem pended till tle accusations were proved. T If it is well to know the worst in any y c case in which we may be .interested, it per, is especially to when it is a matter of the life and death, like to that of the pre- thri sent. And now that we know prsl the worst, it will by no means hbss tend to lessen the anxiety previously of entertained to find that, at an inquiry Y heldon Monday week upon the ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, MoanarY. Messrs Boyle 'and Scott, 'thd cricket agents' shop was burglariously entered on Sunday,. and-. £10 worth .ot cigars and tobacco were talken. :-h'o arrests as yet. ' Watson, managerob[ the Colonial bank at Dunkeld; was charged with stealing £230, and remanded for a week. Three Kilmore -magistrates concerned in the trial of the schoolmaster Hayes have been requested by the Government to resign owing to the partiality displayed by them at the enquiry. .The six days' go.as.you-please match for 12 hours per day, commenced to.day between Swan and Phillips, the former giving the woman 30 miles. He has already gained about two miles. MELBOURNE. MmwNIGor. The 3?irzapore passengers were released from quarantine to-day . The land revenue. -continues, to flow in freely. Arrears of selectors rents which on the 4th February were estimated at nearly thirtedn thiouiand pounds were reduced, to six thousand on the eleventh. ,-The tot...

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DIRECT CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER.) THE PERUVIAN MARAUDERS, LONDON, FEB. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

DIRECT CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER.) THE PERUVIAN MARAUDERS, LONDON, FEB. '19. Further advices from Lima state that after the Peruvian marai?ders had massacred the inhabitants of Pisco they completely sacked the town,, carrying away the plunder.

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The South Australian Ministerial Trip. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

:.The. South: !ustrahan '. She spccial reporter with th Ministerial pitj.-isitigisd- Nostherne Trerritory,htele- " graphafior Townaville tlat the b party ?left Sydney byfier seadir er Mhenmuir on Vednes nlasg mornce urut immediately arfterpassing 'the eaids were a rsaled by a strong ast.wind ,which:birnght upa aheavy sea. 'The yess laboured heavily, having a cargo principally of col on tbeanri' ;The wind continued to freshen, and the oe .lo, increase, till the cliinai wa reached on Fi lay, night, wheir a the' weatlier.became excessively bad.. About sidnigint the iases bok re over the vesseli, and torrents of rain fell. A, large: eight-toin cargo boad!, ?.ith? a dingyi shipped. for ,s plantation company at Port Darwin, ;and whdich d as lashed to the adavite amldshlipsa blroke loose at pneu ru,, sending the nwlhole weight on the davit An iron beamn, five inches in diameter, and the woodearstays, six inchies equare;., bent;. and worked tre mendaisly ivith tathe strain :of t"te :boat, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

:S. i; I ;: E: D E- "WI "M:H E R A'. ,RA.?BBIT SUPPRESSIONi??CTi 11885 :"-: ." For geueraliiforinatioi andg gidaniie. the -followng egitract ?f instirictidoisnto ? ''dated 4th ' Fernary, 1882, is published, viz?? -u= '!: The'Wiinmerashire Council direct you, 'in Rabbit Inspector for the West Riding of the Shire of Wimmera;mto enter upon altlailds in respct wvhereof.notices have been served' y you under bection 7 of the Rabbit Suppression Act 1880, where such owner or occupier of namre shall appear to you to have neglected or failed to take such 'steps as necessary for effecting the destruction of: the rabbits hbar bouring therei- within 14 daysgfrom the date of the service of the notice as above. The Wimmernshire Council also direct that you strictly enforce the aforesaid Act in re spect to brushwood or log fences, and serve, where necessary, the notices provided in scetion 9 of the saidAct." . .. hf. CARMICHAEL; , , :Rabbit lhipecto? :West Riding. "WimmCera Shire"Offic, Febrousaeth...

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Rabbit Meeting at Nhill. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

-0---~ - A meeting of farmers and others, convened by advertisement by the President of the Shire ef;Lowan for the purpose of urging on the Go vernment the necessity of taking more ener getic q.ep fqr tbe deetrrtetio?sof thAT bbits, w'as oela t'a it o eri:Ifotel' ? l, on shhe'reo ed that of'he twentywllo had persuaded him to call the meeting not one had attended. This was really too had. He had that morning received a letter'rom the shire secretary, stating that the Government had agreed to purchase skirns at 3d per di z. over Slee Melbourneprice. Amethod of bhiaown was to put down hurdles and lay bran and arsenie under them, and he thought that when the rabbits went for shelter under the the hurdles they would be sure.toreatrthe. mixture. !So far,-bbwever; thie' rabbita 'in stead of being on the decrease were on the increase. o Mr. J. C. L. Bowden, the Government In spector, stated that he had received: tele granms from the Government:instructing hims so establish more depotdfora t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

AvsTro?I.tLr HAIRI RFTsroiE is confident;y recommended as being far superior to English nand American preparations (no matter how griit their pretensions), and much cheaper it thioughly cleanses the head from dan* driff, promotes neow grooith, iid a' n single bottle:. Il p'sitive1y. restere grey or faded bhair to'toriginl al a touri. sat..Pro ,prietors-CLMMSAnUBi z nna,, aicled by all Chemist in the colo:. Pi-," 6d. -Agents :A. L. S. ..KROERS&CO. IAdar.] WXANTIDaGood Shephherda with g. i : Applytd T. Young,doriham?| W AN TED aioeod Cook and i. ndi e.a "V•apply Mrs. E. Hc.Bicknell, o : mercial Hotel, Nhi :e . AlTE D,: a; n Cook' and ILonadress. ' Applyc: top ,Mrs. R. Clark,soenr., Firebrace street 'r'O LET.- A Blacksmith'sShosi ! oil easy :. teimns; a ?en? busines~:-Apply, T. ' Ifodlby,Wail. " sl: ;:: vA: 'i ?' ! i P. LET.-Th t HOPe M 4an DWELLING:; noi w occPed yii byAltnoaeyas a drapery store.' Rent 2:s pr 'week.-Apply, Thomas Young. . .: SOUTH' BRIGHTON R'\IMS FOR SALE,I ....

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882

Epitome of News. Messrs..Stilling and Co ; of Adelaide, ithe' Orient agents, have'addrenaed aremonstratco : to the Treasurer.against the request made to I. him to prohibit the clearances of vessels on Sunday. * In consequence of small-pox having ` dIisaip peared in New. South "Wales, exceptng at' s the quarantioe stations, that colony -will be i considered by the Victorian authorities as "clead"." Messrs. Richardl Gibson and Co. r~eceived a telegram on Friday.from the inanager of the A Bisgara station, Paroo River, saying that 7f inches of rain had failen there. . 'When the steamer" City of Adelaide, was 'nearing Port Phillip Heads, about 5 p.m. on I Friday, Mr. Mahon, a . saloon passenger burnt, a blood-vessel, and died in. afew minutes. The corrected census returns show a popn lation in Sydney of 103,379. in the suburbs of 120,832, and ini the:country districts of 527,257, making a total of 751,468" The numerical increa:e since 1870 in Sydney is 28,956, in the suburbs 60,508, nld....

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