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THE WATER FAMINE AT PIMPINIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
HE WATER FAMINE AT PMPIMNIO. -.On-Monday evening a meeting ~ , a hd in the Mechanics' Institute at Pi.npiit (r the prrpose of bringing under the ,otjc ? the Wimmerashire Council and the o,ý, mena the great straits to which teh ini ants were being put for the want . e the hope that some steps might hr t,-c h alleviating the hardships that w.-r.~ _.. perienced. Mr. James Day oa?cn: i k 'irand stated the business of t; . calling upon Mr. C. Cunrran to mae athe lowiug resolution, which was sntc !Jdg Mfi E. Curran, supported by R. CI.t-l p ofIforaham, who had been invited i, the meeting. and. carried unanimwaly:, "That in view of .the great ela?eaity ,tr has overtaken this part of the Win ar.:rad i trict for. the want. of :water, an + ,e, - made to the Government for imm li :e 1 e lief, and'that the-chairman of tkh ;n.ti b r q tead to. write to the Hon. rir , O'Lo;hlen, and to point out to him thi di. trt;- ttlt p.~vails in the relghsoo'rioo.l of :Pimpinio.and the astrroan,~ g omn:rry fr...
THE CATASTROPHE AT THE RING THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
THE CATASTROPHE -AT -TH4E PNG THEATRE..,, . The Austrian Governmerit h decided to prosecute the officials of the Ring Theatre, Vienna, for gross negligence in not haTing proper arrangements whereby the fearful oss of life which was occasioned on the 8th December last, when the theatre took. fire, might have been obviated. Eight of the officials have been indicted, and will shortly be tried. ? _ , = .
THE TRAFFIC IN GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
T1T ??ITRAFFIC IN'G o-LS. It has been decided to hold a conference at the Hague durzng the summer, for the pur pose of devising means to put ai sop' to the infamous traffic in young girls from. England and elsewhere,, who are decoyed. over to Belgium i and other parts of the continent for immoral purposes. Representatives are in vited to attend from Ihe' chief Euiropean countries.
GRAIN AND FLOUR RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
GRAINU AND FLOUR RETURNS. --he lotowmngeareI-rirer-o grain-and flour dispatched from the Horsham railway station for thee week endine 25 February : FoFEoRUec_20. - Bags. Flor ... "'.. *?. .. ... 55 FEnuAr Y21. Wheat ...... ...486 Flour 4 Flour ... .. ... 120 Wheat ... .. .. ... 924 Flour . . ....2. .. .. 132 Wheat . . .. ... 62 Flor . ...... ... . 177 '-FEtrVAnY. 25. :- Wheat ... ... 510 Flounr .. .- 5 ?.. .. ... 66 Total: 4995
MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
I',MLBOUQRNE FL? UK AND GRAIN .MARKET. [Tu? WEE' TE?NSA~F LONS.] In the import market business continues to present a fairly-active tone, and for trade -.nrposes a good steady demand exists, in ad dition to'any special operations which may he carried through otherwise. Breadstuffs are hardening in value, and, though on Thursday any quantity of whiet was offered at 5s 2d at station, yet on Friday few, if any.-sellers could he found wdlling to accept of 5I 2d. a price which was frequently offered in the course of the day. The stiffness of holders has therefore checked business, and no sales have been allowed to reach uno. We learn that a telegram has been received from the owner of the ship Atlanshaw, which was in teided it irie time to take a cargo of wheat from this port to Europe,. instructing the captain to clear out for sea without cargo, the probable destination being San Francisco. Flour is quoted at £11 to.l£11 2i 6d ; at the first-named fi:ure a line of 50 tons-was placed. In...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. February 25. Messrs. CHAS. VAUGHAN & Co., report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
BALLAR-AT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. February 25. ifesars. Cuas. VAuonG?r & Co., report: The supplies of wheat coming t th trailway station in the northern and western districts are falling off considerably and' we have received very little up.country wheat'for sale although the prices in this market are as high as thoee in Melbourne and the farmaers save the freight. The same remarks apply to Flour,, viz., small supplies and good' prices. In. feeding grains Oats hare .been i good demand and better prices obtained on account of speculation having set in, in Melbourne in this particular grain. Our farmers have large crops, and will be able to take advantage of the improvement .in prices as most of them haivelfin 'sed thiiishiig. Peas have also been in gond demand and the markets is cleared without delay. Cape Barley has likewise participated in the improvement as the supply has not been equal to the demand. Really first class English Birley sells.wcll, but light samples are no...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. February 22. Messrs. GOLDSBROUGH & Co. report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
MELBOURNE PRODUCE'MARKET. S Febrary 22i Messrs. cOLDOO RtrGUi & Co." report - SWool:) The ?orrivals `are still limited to reoinantesof, lipr Which' havcbee -delayed in trafit andspa-relsof cf tntrj ecoered, the late rise in the Upper Dprling being too. rieceiit to admix of any of the 66ol frqm Ett diistrit reacbhing odr si?re iouses. There is a !good enqniry.f r all descriptions especially for loiAu?ifae for the loe:d manufacturers and-scourere, and late quotations are easily Iobil~idod.fAr ail comiig forward. We,in-.. tend subiiiittiog a fair catalogue Qi 'ee Vte4ý- I day oext, the lot hpr nlno.sen..,*-,lic, ng s.hoe ; ue with' some 'viour du'iit " ,thb?f?'? .w;ehi?, taking al1 offering at about o lat te, ate...reen pelts command.morattention. We qoete:. -Bitchets' greeo pelts; superior ?i s 10d'tb '2s 7d'each ;ddo6'doa a. rage,.Is,to 13.10,3; do dry do, averagr e tosiiperior, "9O..te Is? l0ddi dry' skis, in.bales, & suprior, 51d to 63d per Ib ; do do, average; d'to...
LONDON WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
.•. LONDON WOOL' , MARET.? : : Messrs BEL3MrIK ScnARiTZE and Co's report as follows: S-ince the closn of last sales, the market has- owing to the holidays, been com paratively. quiet,, but the advices from the; Interior ciontinue very satisfactory, the con sumption of COlonial wool being described as exceptionally large. Abroad too, though the Continental trade reorts are not so favocr able as the English ones, the industry seems to be fully emoloyed. The commencement of the next sales has not yet been fixed, but the Colonial shipments being late, the 21st rebruary will probably be the earliest date on which they an begin. The following are the quantities held over from-last sales, and the new arrivals up to date : Held orer New Arrivals Sydney.........- 800 Bales .. 11,416 Bales Por; Phillip.. 1500 , . 11,145 ,, Adelaide..:.... 100 ,, ... 2,473 ,, Swan River... - , 71 ,, New Zealand 1400 . 2009 , Cape........... 6200. ,, .. 18,320 -, I ? Total....l0,C0Bales 45,694 Bales About 6,000...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
'.hos. 1sXAg'S YA`%t -f Coumaiosion o A t,t " WILSON STREET. HORE A I DVANCES made on Leasehbjld or Free. hold Country Lauds. Advances made rn Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in t:e eoiosv or in London. y he hatelb>ourne and Ballarat Maker, iercid prpestly -and 5.?r? fm? brd rith the Lands,- and -other.--- GoyAgno±. .~i C on3 l c ct prompy, enciently, .ureoncaSci "' . r Firo and Lifie Insuraces effected in tne best companies. r t Sales ot ?Property BrStoci; onductcd its any part of the colont','. ....... -.A· cT O'-: ' Fit en anot Gibson, Stock a: Station .A :Agents, tellourne and Bellarat. Dervi0s LAsOellGe "sd 4ial wool e d groab broker.s, Geclong"' :... ." 'lie Australian Mutual Providea t Lietl As muranee Society.? . Th'e ictoria Flire Insurance Co. The- National' Fire Insurane Co, of Newp Zealand. Sala-at Pei maueuet -Building and Invest.r meUt Society. Valuer for the Ballarat Bankin Co., Limited Auction Sales o horses, cattle, &e. held; every ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
WILLIAM ADAMSON & CO., Produce Brokers, 20 Little Collins-street 'West, MELBOURNE; ECE1VE consicnments of Grain, Flour, etc., for sale or storage, and make J. R. FOBRD & Co., GRAIN, WOOL, SKINS, RIDES AND TALLOW BROKERS, dvances made if required when received into Warehouse. "1 QUEEN-STREET, MELBOURNE. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS MILLERS, GEELONG, STORE WH!EAT F.. :E OF CHARGE for SIX MONTHI and make Liberal Cash Advances at Bank rate of interest. Guarantee maIl:et price at any time. Write for p1iuculars to above address. TO WIMIMERA FARMERS. CORN SACKSI! CORN SACKS! ,THE UNiERlISIGNEDlare now landing Ex " 'arlisle Castle" Direct from C;1.utit in FIRST-CLASS CON DITION, Ut. r Full Weights Sacks, and offer name atFEI'Y LOW I'ICES. Quotations given on application to: P.IO?. and. PHILLIPS, STA WEL L!. on E.fIP RIOE & 00., 00 El.;-:beth-street, Melbomune. To tl!, Farmers of the Wimmera. R. I;. CLARK. of the Union l MiL, llorsham, begs to inform :he Farmers of -the Wimme...
CLARKE N. BRADLAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
.CLARKET N. BBADLAUG(I. Judgment has been given by the coudit of appeal, on the application made by 'Ir Bradlaugh for a now trial in the :ase of Clarke v. Bradlaugh; in the latter was'- heli to be liable for-penalties incurred for impro perly sitting and voting in the House of Commons.o The conrtsustained the original verdict, and reifued to grdi4fa new tr'nal,