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INCITEMENT TO WAR. London, 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

INCITEMIENT TO WAR. London, 21st February. Notwithstanding the pacific tenor of the official assurances given by the Russian Government, there is grave reason to believe that strong pressure is being brought to bear upon the Czar of an opposite tendency. It is asserted on good authority that General Ignatieff, the head of the Russian Administration, is strongly advocating a warlike policy nupon the Czar.

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The Threatened War in Europe. THE RELATIONS BETWEEN RUSSIA AND GERMANY. London, 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

The Threatened War in: S Europe. THE RELATIOVIS BETWEEN RUSSIA AND GERMANY. London,:21ht Febinary. Great excitement still exists upon the Continent concerning the probabilities f war breaking out between Runsia and Germany and Austria- A;n" oflcial idtimation has been given as St. Petersburg disclaiming any responsibility for the sipeech delivered by General' Skobeleff at Paris.. ' It. is stated that the Russian Government holds itself unpledged by any utterdaneiesof unauthorised persons. Pacific assurances are given, rnd it is declared that any intervention cointem plated by Russia on beludf of the Slavs will be strictly 'in "accordance with the righis conferred by treaty.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

Coacil to the Dog inspectors for the North, South, and West Bidings of the Shire to strictly enforce the provisions of the Dog Act, both as regards Registration and the .- . I O -, ast {-:riJ" SHIRE OF WIALM-LE-A. RATE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that it is. the inten tinn.of tiheWVimmera ihire Council, at two' p.m on Wednesday, the 1st day of March, 1882, at the Shire Office,Horsham, to MAKE A GENERAL RATE for the current year. A: tatement of thqpropoted Rate is, lyiig at this office, and open for inspection by the ratepayers. STUART BOLTON, Shire Secretary. Shire Ofiees, Horsham, 3rd February,;AS.l -: : S HIRE OF W1?IMMERA First Schedule, 659. RaairSrr Snurrssto. Aetr," 1880. NOTICE TO DESTROY RABBITS To Mr. Alfred Francisco, of Wonwondah: Take notice that the Council of; the Shire of 5t immera require you to destroy the rab bits upon the land occupied or owned by you in the South Riding of the Shire. of Wim morn, containing 320 acres, south of Thos Egan's, allot. 86, parish of...

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

eel uO·e .;i.x,-iu o St PUBILISHED:EVER Y :TUESDAY "AND ;a do FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24Tg., ha .. de lin. Bowman, engineer to' the Horsham an Gas Company; arrived intHorhalrioun Thurs- mi day last, bringii with hlm the plans of the gas works. Instead of t'e buildiig being an in uueightly structure-as .some persons seem [ to think that gas works must necessarily be | -it will be a very" welcome addition to outr e public buildings. Tenders for the work are of called for in our' advertising columns, to from which it will be seen that nou timeis to be ::lost;i: Mr. Roger.;h the scci~itary, is aboutt to canvass the town for shareholders, aud 'e hope 'that the re sildets of o6r town will not allow' this ' op portunity of adding to our local resources to di pass'unavailli-of. ho - Ls"Tccan Brooke Smith; who; since his tb return from. his holiday, trip to Tasmania, at has been very seriously, ill, has soe far re- de csvered as to be pronounced out.of danger by jo his'diedical attendant, but, upon...

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THE RUSSIAN EXPLANATION. London, Feb. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

THE RUSSIAN IEXPLANATION.' London, Feb. 22. hofficil onthionnement inadeisi flItue repudiating?,responzsibilic~ for the bell:'ose utteranhes of Genheral Skobeleff in Paris, isn generally regaided by the continental press as unsatisfactory.. The German anli Anstrian joris point ot that the denial is given in a very gunrded form, and.when contirated wvith the action' taken by Russia in fomenting the-Slav-agitation, cannot but be condemned as insufficient.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

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DIRECT CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER.) MR. BRADLAUGH'S CONDUCT. LONDON, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

IREOT gB LEGRAM S T1I-R(PER REUTER.) IR. BXI DLUGE'S C23NDUCT. LONION, WEDEsDAY AFrERNOON. On theHlouse of Commons assembling several members spoke in strong terms 'of the conduct of Mr. lradlaugh advancing, to the table and1 ljing'tbe~ th yeat" terday.witnob auithbrlyI' -r_ Gladstone characterised .r. Bradlaungh's .conluotas-beisg=seandsoed-atpe= dame tiM- theiPre nier declined to lead the Fonse without its taking steps to mark its displeasure. Several motions were brought forward by-individua mem Oers, -te prov aor rve, o del?? te i sson ? =;! arrived at.reopecing the entry and expolsin of Mr.'Ieradlangh~ '. t 4

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THE FEELING IN GERMANY. London, Feb. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

THE FEELING IN GERMANY. London, Feb. 22. Great excitement is manifested throughout ,Grmany over the probable contingency of war with Russia. In military circles it is believed that war:is inevitable,owing to the poionHaeassumed by Ruioin7_ r F

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

Epitome of News. The average yield of wheat in the Hun. dreds of Winnoure, Baroota, and Telowie, S.A., is two and a half bushols to the achre. Diphtheria of a malignant typohas broken out at Port Lincoln, ti.A.,- and two deaths have occurred. The local doctor states that the disease will not spread. On his last monthly visit to Dimboola the receiver and paymaster from Ho.sham took away over £1 500 in rents from selectors, and over £1,500 for land purchased at the land sale. The establishment of a local asub. treasury would be a great boon to a large number of selectors in that district. Mesars Richard Gibson and Co. received a telegram on Monday from the manager of Gilmore station, Bulloo PAver, Queensland, stating tbhatt six days' rain had fallen there, and that all the creeks were fuInlL The rain still continuer. The tril of Messrs Baker, W'addell, and Matheson, formerly directors and trustees of the bUElbrn Creek Ca., was commenced on Monday morning before the Chief Justice. The ...

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MR. BRADLAUGH EXPELLED. LONDON, (LATER). [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

"MR. BRADLAUGII EXPE LLED. S, > LONDON, (LATEB). ;rWlhili the debate on the conduct of MAr. Bradlaugh was. proceeding he entered the cha~nberi and'ivas itnmediately?ordered by the Speaker to withdraw. After complying, Sir-J. Northcote declared the conduct of Mr. Bradlaugh to besuch as to call for immediate action on the part of the Hoome. He ac cordinglyxmoved,2 That the; membe~a for Northampton be excelled. Mr. Gladstone supported the motion, which was carried bhj an overwhelming majority.

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AUSTRIA PREPARING FOR WAR. London, Feb. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

AUSTRIA PREPARING FOR WAR. i London 'Feb. 22. At Vienna there is a strong feeling that war with Rassia cannot be long: averted. Great resentment isifelt at the attempts of Bns?ei to stir aF .insnurrection aiioigst the Slav population. 'Active preparations are being made to provide for the contingency of war and the utmost vigilance is(ezcriaed.

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THE SPEAKER ISSUES A WRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

:i . THE .SPEA[IERtISSUES WvTIT. In accordance with ttie decision arrived at-by- the Commons' the speaker issued a writ for the. election of a new member .for Northaimpton. Mr. Bradlaugh annonticed himself as a'candidate.

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MR. BRADLAUGH'S SEAT IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

MR. BRADLAUGH'S SEAT IN PARLIA ,In the o iae. rdCt mmons tbhin eening f.HenrLabouchere, the senior member for Northampton; and Mr. Bradlaugh's col league, moved thata new writ shouln be issued for.Northampton. " A short debate followed, and the potion? was then rejected. On the reiultl iijg made known to Mr. Bradlaigb, he entered the House, and advanced from the bir to the table; where he rapidly read the prescribed oath, and kissed a Bible which he produced. He then affixed his antegraph to the member's sheet -instead of to the, roll; and took kia'seat.- -An immense uproar fo.i lowed this proceeding, and the Speaker at once directed Mr.:. Bradlaugh to withdraw, which he did. A debate .then commenced upon the point whether Mr. Bradlaugh's action', had not rendered the seat vacant. .Ultimately the debate wes adjourned.

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DAVITT ELECTED FOR MEATH. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

--DAVITTELECTED ,lU ORIEIATE London, Wednesday. Owing to the rhcent retirement of Mr. Sullivan, Michael Davitt, who was recently releasedI from gaol on account of ill health after a long incarceration, was to-day returned for Meath without opposition.

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MOTION FOR A NEW WRIT. London, February 21, Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

Lonon, February 21, Night. -At a later stage oftho- proceedings Lbrd Randolph Churchill, memberfor Woodsock, brought forwa.id amotidti for the fssub of a new writ for .Northampton..,,A debate fol. lowed, ';rhichi jas: ally JyAajourned: until to-morrow.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

uho. nag' ~vt THO1AS 7Y: Stock, Station, Land i fnCae andii Comnmision Agent, - '' WILSON S1'REET. HO0R:HA31 ADVANCES made on Leasehs.dor'Free. hold Ccuntry Lands. Advances made ron Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in t :e coiony or in London. Agricultcral hlacnehinery and Implements .byithe.IAe 1thbourne ocn e fske - -aaplplied pro-ptly, and on LmoniL T.nas. Every description of busiteas connetted with tire -l?ids,eand '~ther Gdveiinent Sartuentsodneted ngtlOf e nceatly,. 'Fie and Life: Inurances' effected in the Lest companies. - Sales of Property orStock k onducted in any part of.tb GENT FOR -Fisken.: and Gibson, Stock" and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Tlascell and 'Co.; wvool and grain :" . brokers, Geelong. The Australian Mutual'Provident Life As : nirance Society. The Victoria Fire insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance, Co., of N?ew Zealand. Bal!srat Permanent Building and Invest.i meot Society. - . Valuer for the Ballarat Banking Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

WILLIAM ADAMSON & Co., Produce BroBkers, 29 Little Collins-street West, M ELBOUIRNE, ECElVE ccusiLnmcnts of Grain, Flour, etc., for aile or storage, and make liberal advsnccs thereon when required. : Gra.v SaLE lhid every Wednesday, and D.sasy PnourcE Pa!e cvery Wednesday and Friday. Account sales furnishcd promptly. . R. F lR D .& Co., GRAIN, WOOL, SKINS; HIDES AN?D TALLOW BROKERS, .Advaices m-.de if required when received into Warehouse. 17 QUEEN-STREET, 31ELBOURNE. 13IPORTANT TO FARMERS W. & A., B 1f-, MILLERS, GEE LONG, STORE WHEAT FREE OF CHARGE for SIX MONTHS, and make Liberal Cash Advances at Bank rate of interest. iharasntee market price at any time. Write for pasticuiars to aboveiaddress. TO WIIYIHERA FARMERS. CORiN SACKS! CORN SACKS! THE UNDEII:ICEED3are now landing Ex " Carlisle Castle" Direct frn m Calutta in FIRST. CLASS CON DrTIOIN. 1k..3t Full Weights Sacks, and offer ameae at VERY LOW rI';CES. Quotations given on application to: gRICE and PHXL...

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. WEDNESDAY THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

M ETEOROLOGC?AL: NOTES. TEMPEsRTURE. SWEDNESDAYb THURSDAY !iOrimiowLESt uICErST LOWEST IT the shade, 98. 60 : 90; 53 Int'esun' 121 115" - Expoed at:Night.60 ':.- -48 ,-Probable- weather-Fine, cloudy. , K?,iegistered by E. Miller.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

A moot destructirve ire occurredn ol 1 da? nightiabout.nine o'clock, at CL-rkae Hill,near:.Booinyog, by. which a farnnr namedM'Kay lost four large stacks of gre=? valued in all at over £250, and reprcen"'.' the bulk of-his' harvest. The stacks were i a paddock about a mile from i'Kay's hogle and there was no fire of any sort know s be near them.. For safety a stTip of fifteen feet .ide had been ploughed aR?sso the stacks. After the fi-e was nstaltdsm & was seen running awly and tracks of his fse *Iloere seen on the plqughedluald Tli4 no- doubt but that the fire was.t caused. The grain ,s insured for.?~ This is the third fire of the same sort 5 locality since Friday last.

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EMIGRATION OF RUSSIAN JEWS. London, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 February 1882

EMIGRATION OF RUSSIAN JEWS. S . . London, February 21. Owing to the continuous outrages inflicted; the einigrHtion of the"Jews frem Russia has assumed ver~ large proportions.. It is as sert.d that sice the.commencement of these persecutions not 16s tlin??O' 50,000 'Jews have sought refuge inthe United States and other countries.

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