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Frightful Occurence at Mr. Chirnside's Station, Carranballac. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
Frightful Occurence at Mr. ,c Chirnside's Station,: I Carranballac. One?of .the most frightful occurenees we have recorded for a long time past took place at Mr. Chirnaide's station at Carranballac, on Friday morning. It appeass that on the pre. vious evening there was a largo quantily of phosphorous in the store, near the mansion, which' chemical was used for the purpose of phosphorieiog grain to destroy rabbits. About 5 o'elock a m., however, the manager of the station went into Mlr. Chirnside's and reported that the store was on fire. Mr. J. P.' Goodhun, a young gentleman staying at Mr. Chirnaide's place, got up instantly, and in': the most plucky manner rushed into the store through the flamer and caught a tin of sphospborous. and carried it' outside. Justas he:got into the open ait,',however; the tin bnrstrahd the phosphorous blazed all over Mr. Goodbun, who was suddenly edve'op.d in' flame, and severely bu?ir t.'Dr' NPolt;, of Linton. was sect for with all Ipoesible hasts, tui...
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
Tho following lands will lie iopen for selection on and after Friday.the 3rd Mrbch, at nine o'clock a.m.:-iilorsham district : pariah of Dunmnkle ; area, 320 acres Robt. Stect's forfeited holding. Pari..h of Bun lalr?area 5 7a13r19p? nortih :Ind east of Pasul" LisaS eelection;;and formnerlyheld by him inder sectiion 19. .oish ' of ,'-Yellangipi area. 320 aoru ; forfeited selection of Janmes ei?e.' Frank H. Atkinson," Lake Coorong, has been appointed .to be, Deputy Electoral Registrar for the Swan Hill Dirviion of the Electoral District of WVimmera. The following applications for licenses hare been applroved:John Kelly, Kewell West ; C. S. Officer, grazing block, 357. The following license has been revoked or cancelled, the laud having been sold: Alexander Patterson, Wallip. The following applications for leases have been approved :-Denias Murphy, , Long. eroaong; Emma Ede,administratrix of W.-T Ede, Dooen; James Corbett, ,Yearinga;
Twenty Years in Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
Twenty Years ini Gaol.' " ·r .-----o- - A prisoner was on Friday. discharged from the Pentridge. stockade who has spent half his life inside..the 'stone walls of that instittion.. Over twenty years ago he was charged with murder. .::The criiie, to which he pleaded guilty,- occurred ;inr the heat of passion.. Ie estated that he went home one evening to the hense occupied. by himself and .his wife; and;found a main-with whom he wee acquainted insile. The mani was abusing,his? Wife.' ; He was repeatedly told to go out but refused, and wound up:by .calling, the woman an obscene name. A loaded gun'was etandiug in the' corner.of: the room and the. husband, enraged'beyond bearing, seized the weapon and diechargedit at the other. The charge entered his chest, killing him:instanteaeoou ly. As soon as the .deed was done the murderer was sorry, but there was no help for it then, and he was ar rested immediately afterwards on ,acharge of wilful mdrder, tried, convicted, and sen tenced to be han...
The Dingo. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
The: Dingo. The "Mount Wycheproof Enaign" gives' the following particulars of the ravages from wild dogs :-" On Sunday evening ,Mr. (roas, of Wooroonooke, left Meunt Wyche proof en route for. Watson's Lakes with a number of sheep which he had driven from Tittybong, and during the night some 150 of them got away. They were followed in the morning and duly found; but- amidst the flock were three quite dead, showing clear indications that their destruction had been at the fangs of dingoes. Mr. Winm. Hamilton, butcher, of Mount V Wycheproof, was a suanfferer also on Sunday night, having had one of his sheep killed by the dingoes, 'and Mr. A. McIntyre also suffered to the extent of one sheep, close by .which he saw two dingoes crouched-=a clear proof that they were the delinquents. But a greater instance of their savage ferocity::was experienced by Mr. Michael Loughran on Saturday morning. On rising and. going into his haddock he found s striongyearlng heifer lyIn on, her back almost dea...
A Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
SAFatal Accident. '?.TheM?unntHeemskirkcorrespondent of the' "Hobart Mercury" states. that a disastrou'l accident occurred at Corinna on February S,: by which Mattiewi Scdgeian, 'of BruinsiTck, Victoria, and'Chlarles -M'ill of, Hobatlweree drowned. The two men proceeded in a small boat to the Beads. Sedgeman intended to purcbhaho?erie toatar tpacktng to tiemskilr1" and he is said to have between £300 and £400, worth of, gold' to: pay. Two'osfthree other boats were in the river. The first intimation , othe Government. ca.p pothe disaster? wae through a Mr Scott observing a splashing near. Dogwood-hill. He ad once attributed it to an aocident, as he,had notices the boat in that lbdailtj. A wiirialeboat'i was' maned, and despatched with blankets and other require ments. Andrew Breertoo,. in a dugout, was near the dilngy iheni it ialiized'; in fact, a?.. .cording to his narrative, Sedgemas had hailed himii and askod him what he was doing witlh the dugoiht, irhlcii belongedlto Sedgemahn ...
The Cody-Buckley Case. Adelaide, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
The Cody-Buckley Case. Sha · Adelaide, Friday. I have this day been vermitted to inspect a photogrraph of. the nowly-discovered, will a lged t'o haie been made by the late Patrick Oody Buckler. "It is written upon one shectf of paper in clear handwriting; and, divested of Iegal verbiage, is as follows :-. - Patrick Cody Buckley, of Wloolaway Creek, New South \Vales, "being of sound minnd and feanng lest the attacks of the Aboriginals; or. the will of Almighty God mry cause ime to be called away." Thereby makes his last will. He gires cverything to Thomas Maher, and his wife, -Eliza, and their heirs, &ce., for ever. - He requests that in case of his "being killed by aboriginals,-or called:away by the wiill of Almighty God," his bodly should be buried beside that of his mother, in the Roman Catholic churchyard, in Paramatta ntreet, Sydney. He leaves £500,: as a gift to St.' Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Sydney. . The will, is dated from BlocoGCreek,'Mena too, 10th March, 1843,...
CRICKET. ENGLAND V. AUSTRALIA. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
ins ust. The following is the score . ' COMBIED ELEV ? ee Shre abu, ba-tes -.. The rmath was r ued ahoetl lckhwe , e Shawo , b k iwnt o er 40et w o .' i m oat ". . . " . 11 rdc, nd themm atteb Bates n... :nd ad 10 minu tet. The followin as thesandr . a Lones, betn holyetrr '. ts, . 5'0r " 7 'Grrnet, cSbrewsburbeat....... Lt..e.:.r :o . , lalert , b Ba dtets .... , .er . e . .. Bole.,c Shrewsbmre, b Bate.. . : . 0'" .- onltlc . , o tout...... . . .;; 6 Seies . . . The -Englishrmlen-went to'the wrickets to oorimence their secondl innings :t twentyr minutes pant 5 o'clock, Barlow and Uyett; as usual, being the pioneers: There ws slight rin at the time. :P?mer opened. ith a -maien :to EBrlow, and Garrett followed to TUlyett, who lifted the first ball over the fence for five. hmmediately afternards th train became heavier, and the gTme was sl topped oai at th ie amr pndwt
Warracknabeal Turf Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
Warracknabeal Turf Club Races. . . .. .... . - The following a;e thee entries for. the Hurdles and the Cuptfor ."' above racefirom which it willbe sOen that the. ariousevrents on the card are likely to be keenly, con tested , Mr W. Lierech's b n Greun, aged : Mr J. Powell's b g Free Lance, agad. Mir E. Jesell's hr g Bryan O'Lyne, :6.yrs r J.' PEntiand's b g Gratis, age. Mr W. White's eh m visiodr, 4 yrs. Mr 3. 1'EwRan's b m' MelroMe, ir r. Mr G, uoud''a b h Severn, aged. ,?r t. Faulkner's ch c Youn, Kingdm, - ir N. Roger's gm Alice Orey? 5 yrc.- ,. m" r . Kay's hb g SDffe , aged. Mr D. Campbell's hr n Sunthine, 6 yrs. Mr G. Pyer' b g Crackbran, agcd./ :/ t Mr C. T. Hogan'a hi c Meaori, 3 yrs. Mr D. Hogau'a b g Sunlight, aged., R dr.A. MIeredith's b m Cineindllas agel.'.· Mr G. Faux'a b g Sult, aged , , ;. Mr S. Lyle'sa bim 'Annie Laurie, 5 yr.'" Mfr ?]'Donald's b g Der Bomelerraged - HIOiDLES. Mr E. Jessell's brig Bryeau O'Lynn,6 yrs Mr F. Kirby', b m Diana, 4 yrs. Mr A. G. Quarterm...
CHURCH HILL V HORSHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
CHULCGH HILL V HOIRSHAM. A match betwveen two elvens of the above clubs was cimm2enced on the ground of the former ou Saturdsy,and from the scores made ou the occasion, it will be seen that the Hor sham men, with seven wickets down, scored 77, as against thu 34 of Church Hill. Forthe latter the trumdling was done by Doyle, 4 wickets, and Gibb, 2 wickets; for Horeham, ?Ehey, 3 wickets, and Rundell 4. None of the Church Hill were successful in getting lto double figures. Nuzum made a very good score of 28. The game will, be con ioued on Saturiday next. The following is the scor : -. CHURCH lHsL. herrun o ,et ... .... CuooiuF., L iudell t. Jones, b nndell ... ... Geddes b a y ... ... ..... ... 9 Doyle. c R ndoll ... ... ... ... : Ryan, L Ruudell ;..'. ..... ... 1 .Oibb. nt out " .. . r : .Hourig?n,e lirkmyr ;.-... . 1 Kruger, b Ruldell .... .. ... .... Buckloey, runont ... . k :night,rtnm o;t ... . . . ? A.LTSilS or nowLo0o-Horsmho-,Fahey--14rn; 3 wickets, 2 maidens, 70o balls. Rnodell...
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, MIDNIGHT. ENGLISH ELEVEN. SECOND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPE.]. S. MOLBooaBE, MIDNIZOE?. ENGLISH ELUIVEN. sECOYD INJUYsO. Ulyett. c Evans, bPolmcr . 69 Barlow c Boyle, b Garrott , 60 Selby, c BLack2.o, L SPalmer... n.. . 2' 3atoes, b Pelhr . 5 Shrewsbury, c 1I'Donnell, b Garrett ... 23 -idwinter, t, Palmer ' . 8 Seotton, lbw, c. Ga et.r. t ."12 Emumett, c MiDoonell, b Garrett : 9 Shtw,b Evans Pilitn, b Joue . 100 Pratenotont 10 ' Sundries . ... .i, 5' Total 232 AUSTI'RALL& ELEVEN tElOIoJ I'OSIEO, Macc.io, bUlyct ... Blackhlc, cacd b Bates'. 41 Murdochnot out 2 Horua, not out 27 .. "::. 8 Sandriea ... ..:.. ;...:- ·~: Two w~ickts for 37 ; ~..I_.. i~
LILLIMUR. February 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
LLLIhIUR. -o (rROY oUR OWN COnnESPONDrENT.) February 13. The farmers have almost finished carting their wheat. For the last five weeks there hashas been a coiitinuoils cl:ed of dust arising from the teams wehding thi i 'way to the UniversityBloek. The keen competition has been the means of keeping the price at the highest market valu, in fast, sometimes, I think, to outstrip each other thle buyers have gone beyond the actual market value. I hear they are giving 4s Gd sd and s for the bags. I do not think it *ill advaet:c on this ; the next change I expect to be a downward one. The Wesleyan Church here was the scene of a very appropriate gathering on Santla: eveniog; the occasion being a Harrest thanksgiving service. The church was very tastefully decorated with evergreens, wreaths of wheat, flowers, and fruits. Aloeg the sides of the building were hung long fejtocns of ineds interspersed with liowers; 'rhilst the end behind the platform was very nlecly set off with'/iO arch of grain...
Dimboola Races. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
Dimboola Races, Ex IELE.CTRIC .:TLEGItAPI (FROM OUR OWN CORrESONOENr .) Monday Evening. The following are the entries for the Handicap .and atlurdles for the above races :- - : ' LLNDICA+P. Severn, Gintis, Maroon, Alice Grey,Bobby Burns, Sultan, Der Blomeler, Cincinella, Sun light, Diana, Fir t Light, Fre- Lance. IIURDLER. Mfi e,- 'Mlaroon,'. Mailman. Goldfinder.+ Sultan, and Ninepence. i -
MEETING AT MURTOA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
lEe:'rIN; 4T MUItTOA. A cos.er~neas of delegates from the Wianser:s ant liunmunkle shire councils was ll iat . ::rtoa on Friday last. re t se s?tt-'e,-nt of the Yarriambiack water scheis.. C.-. Ieil. Clark, and Grant, with ts: secrc.,:ry (.Ir. lilton), ant, the engineer ! :,". 1 r ·\ ) , r, resented the W inum era shire; gand Crs. Ireen, McDonald, and . ,;,- s n, is ble' secretary (MJr. I'Lean), rp ris t . I the siunmunkleshire. On the so::'e c , t ri -tin. Cr. McDonald was voted , ,hi c6t ir. A dti~cussion took placee as to the:, is-- n of tlhe press. and it was ulti ns+atly^ i .sagc that the press should be ad. C ". 1:li i i : ,1 the case for the Vi' n er.si:ihe ii; sail that he and his collca ,nea hiA i,..Ia dcp' cl to meet the menir., as ts.e m ilmuuklesthiro to try if posibh:l:o ., a. . . :o an amicable settle.nent of tic long- tanli:?, dispute re re the Yarriam lhiaek v:,at,:c :h-u-ne. The ,'simmerashire Cottrlil ad ale various effort; to settle this es?.l.d q np ti, "., but, ...
Conferences re the Adjustment of the Yarriambiac Water Supply Account Scheme. MEETING AT WARRACKNABEAL, [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
4onferences retthe Adjust ment of the Yarriambiac Water Supply Account Scheme. MEETING AT WARRACKNABRAL, A meeting of the various representatives for the adjustment of the accounts, as above, between the Wimnmrashire and the St. ,Arnaudslire was held at Warrmeknaaeal on Wr,',nesdal last. P'rcsent -C.. ::;.11 and Grant; with Messrs Bolton at! Itrown, representing the Wiininelashirr ; ;al Cra. Sutchffe (chair main), and l'l.itlip:, with Messrs. Farquhar m:d Go-rie, representing the St. Arnaud shire. shz.e? r cuesidkrable discussion, the followingb wae a;dspted on the motion of Crs Phldlips and ei 1, That the committee recommendsto their respestire ciu cils the adoption of the foltuwinug atccruits: -The St. Arnand shire Council to lpiy to the Water Supply C.,,nu:itteic n am:osint not exceccdin. £47 . per arsum, from let January, 18S2, same eoin7 I; per cent. on £785. a portion of tilhe Ganini., Lo n to the WVatr Supply C?n mi:ti-i epeilde?I in conncetion with the Yar :a Liac \.,ter Sul...
Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH. (Before Messrs. J. Langlands and H. R. Kruger, J's.P.) DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
Horsham Police Court. FiPnar, Fenu.sr 17THrn. (Before Messrs. J. Langlands and H. R. Kruger,' J's.P.) DEBT CASES. Alexander and David Mitchell v.James W. Potter. A summons for the recovery of £5 15s Od, goods sold and delivered. No ap. pearance of defendant. Verdict for amount with 5s costs. George Jordan v. Samuel May. A summons for £4 Is for work and labour done. Mr. Spread for the complainant. Mr. Perry for defendant. Mr. Perry said that the account gave neither date nor year which was necessary acco:diug to the 16th section of the amendiug Justices' Act, he there fore applied for the summons to be die missed upon the ground that he was not prepared to go on; the notice to amend not having been served in snflicient time for him to proceed. Summons dismissed, without prejudice, with 10s 6d costs. Same v. J. H. Allan. A summons for £5 Is work and labour done. Mr. Spread for complainant. Mr. Perry for defendant. Die. missed without costs upon the same objection. as in the previous c...
The late Rev. Jas. Paton, M.A. FUNERAL OBSEQUIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
The late Rev. Jas. Paton, M.A. -a---o-. - As the remains of the late Qer. Janiia Patle, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, n Horsham, had to be conveyed to Melbourne i in order to be buried beside the l.ta Mrl. P.ton, such having been the wish of the deceased gentleman, a shbrt religious serviee was held on Friday morning in the chbnrch. The colfin was placed immediately, in- front df the pill i which was draped in black, and thwe was a numerous attcidanceof the mem hers of the congregation and other friends. Tile Rlevs.,Mr.ssisiegaw and Kelso conducted the service.the litteroliciat:ng in the prelimi nary exerciseoa, nd the former delivering an address. The reverend gentleman's remarks were extremely suitable to the occasion, and were very imipressive. Many in the congre gation manifested considerable emotion, and altogether it was a very solem serviet - (C one indeed that will not be readily forgotten n by those who took part thercin. The service u havinog been brought to a conclus...
Sad Accident at Point Lonsdale. Qucenscliff, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 February 1882
Sad Accident at Point Lonsdale. &nbsp; Queenscliff, Friday. About 1 o'clock to-day the residents, of Queenscliff were startled by the receipt of a telegram from Point Lonsdale, conveying the information that two fishing boats had been caught in the heavy seas and thrown upon Point Lonsdale Reef, and that three of the fishermen were drowned, one only being saved. It appears that at about noon a number of the boats went down to the point with the intention of going outside on the first of the ebb tide, but the men afterwards decided not to attempt the passage, as they considered the sea too heavy, and continued fishing inside. About half-past 12 o'clock two of the young fishermen named Joseph Aiken and Thomas Owen made an attempt to pass through the Rip in Aiken's. boat, but turned back for a short time and then faced it again. When nearly through they encountered three very heavy seas; the first two were encountered safely by the boat, with her head to the sea. It appears the...
RUSSIA AND GERMANY. London, 20 February. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882
RUSSIA AND GERL\_ANY. London, 20 Fehruary. General Skobeleffs recent attack upon Germany, and the warlike preparations which are being made by.Russia, have canused intense excitement, not only in Auastia and, Germany, but throughout Europe. The Emperor William of Germany has expressed his Izdignation and sorrow at the canduct of Russia in fomenting an insurrection in the Austrian provinces and, has declared that a continuance of such wanton provocation must lead to war..