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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE ELECTION OF MR. DAVITT. London, Feb. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
EUROPEAN TELEGRAIMIS. - (FROM TUE DAILY ? PAPEIS.) THE ELECTION OF MR. DAVITT. London, Feb. 24. The question will be raised in the House of Commons at to whether Mr. Mihhael Davitt, who has just been elected for. Meath in "suacessioa to 3Ir. A. M. Sullivan, can be lloived to take his seat in Parliament. Mr. Gladstoie 'has giveit notice of his intention to move that Mlr. Davitt, having been con victed of treason felony, is ineligible for a seat in the legislature. The same point was upheld in the case of y'Donovan:Rlossa, who thoagh elected, was not allowed to sit. The Irish members are highly indignant at the action propcsed to be taken, and intend to raise a long debate about the motion. A small committee has been appointed to examine precedents, for the purpose of showing that the return of persons similarly situated has been heretofore recoguised.
FROM PORTLAND TO HAMILTON AND ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
FOMI PORTLAND TO HAMILTON AND AEAAT - . LEAVE-rort-a3d , 10.15 am. ".P .!;-,: ?.- '. LoATVE-Hamilton, 1232 p.m. LEATS--Hi milton, 12.7.p.m.'...'' ---iv--- ~ FAKES * * *; . : * 1: :'! . ;' : JshtClss:.,'Ai ddo. HorshnmtoDooen. -,:: Is . ;; 6 ,"'" toJrigjun .,.. . * Od. i ll l -to .. r .to ''Ss' O "' . .: (Od ,,tonLubeck . .''." 5sOd - "s!6d Sto Glenorhy i...7:7 Od. U -s 6d1 to D o pI i d - ".... 83 , 1 ..r -s :I d Sto . ell -C . : ,, 3 .s .; ( Stanwell to GreatWcastern :..Is 1 ; f 1 S. ,. to'Armstrosg'-: 2. 6d .9d .,toArxaxt z:. •:: ... ',3 Od 0d'.- Od. " teBeasltort :.'!- 8s.;0d:; !:5: ' toB arat ,. ... fl236a .8S, 6d * ,- : to Geelong ' . " " 14s G to eorn e.. ... ? . .. 2se 62 64'- 193; . d
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, Midnighr. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AuanRALrAN PRES AOENCY,)" I.ELBOUVNE, Midn*ihr... A larrikin named Mlaloneya ai fined £10 and three months imprisonment for beating a woman over the head withl Ia poker. The Bench had received several threatening letters from the Asmall-pox scare occurr- at Cr ton. Agirl, late a washerwomnibSt the _quarantine ground, was attacked asitt foif thriot,Tr afid Tjreprtet_8ll hidd!.-msll poi, aiidi tdahed tb'tlie quarantine ground' Y wt as .found she had no agnsof the d`L: e Watson, late mania erofthe Colonial Bank at Dunkeld,. ws clIarted awitL 'ali;ng two £.A0 ban??_ o o,' to-day. He pleaded guilty, "a-ad =wa ren'andedlK for 'wee"i to make arrangemdent t'? hold a specia. court?at Dunkeld, ~ghere th;e thft was committd. Messirs TempletonStoirt, anid Molli- . con were appomnted to;?y at the Execd tivoe CounCil as' a bldad "o investigate the charge against MBr. Wallis, Secre ta'yfodr 'A'giiculture. " : As there was not a. full meeting of the MiiL:erial Cabinet to-day, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
A . ? ant Long Felt: Suipplie JAMES± POMEROT DEGSS to inform' farmers M and':the publio geherally tht '.;I hh has Opened in?:fIREBBIACE STItEET, RORSRIAMi in °the premises lately:in the occupation of Mr. Vaughn i, .atchmaker, and Mr . Leoon,: olicitor, next Union Store; a -Tmpera?oe .Res~taurnt;,, ai dBoarding House, Where Tnpi 'ranco Dinks of all: kinds may be obtained ; - ~ia plaeo eof:this kind has long bgen needed, the proprIeto triatis ?to receive a gesoly amount of support , Dinners from '-12 to 2. Tea iad- Coffee at all liours. i?'Noto Address :--FIRIlBBRAOE STREET, HORSHAM " I ,HA' , aTUr I I f 11 8lq- . e0 glosSf a of the above'd l ``vlilL0 held On the-D Im b 6it7ediise, ocla .Ianamdap "too .be, the hoads of the seere. 'not lotehr lha 8 pm. osthe 17th. February; atll mDimbooa,-ad :otSeovel ieit ,oRaoon" Race nitgrtof geaeal entry. stihareh. .....= H' 'AE-" : 1oEARLE, . Secretary,,. - AWLOIT -ANNUAL RACES. t..o s 1 ' , c..;To take plac .. iOn l ath E 'Marh, 1882,;; Is ( PROG...
THE CLOTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
TEE: CLOTURE. Strong opposition-is" being manifested amongst the Conservative party to the pro posal made by the- Government for the adoptioi of the cltlure as a means of over coming systematic obstruction in the "House of Commons. Meetings have been held in London and in various parts of the.country to express abhorence of this novel and un English interference with the freedom of debate.
THE ANGLO FRENCH COMMERCIAL TREATY. London, Feb. 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
THE AEGLO.FREPCCO COMdMERCIAL TREATY. London, Feb. 23, Sir Charles Dilke, the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, has again visited Paris, for the purposeof conferring with M. Tirard, the new French .Minister of Com merce, in order to nacertain whether, in the re-opening or negotiations for the renewal of the commercial treaty, there was any hope of arriving at a successful issue. . . . February. 24. After conferring with . I. Tirard, Sir Charles Dilko ewas unable' to obtain any satisfactory assa?ance. It has now been definitely accepted that the treaty will be allowed to lapse. Arrangements have been made that Great Britain' will come:in nider the most favored nation principle. The new orderof things will come into operation on L1th May.
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
LOCAL TOPICS. SWE are again compelled, through pressure on our space, to issue a two-page supplement with this morning's paper. It addition to :seC.eral artices of general interest, a large .amionnt of English news will be foend. ROt Friday morning an abri;,inel' :?imed. Richard Barney, ahas ' Dick-a-Dick,".w~n lilerated from the "logs" after under?going" thhee days' incarceration therein for -thfking mre drink than was good for him; bih, by a: somewhat strange coincidence just as Barney wis beating a retreat from the locklni3unith. all the alacrity imaginable, who should ,put iulan appearance but Sergeant Cahill; ' fromi Dimboola, having in his cnustody::-flrry,! Rose, another aborignal, who had been grilty of a like offence as Barney, and for 'which he had receired a month's imprisonz ment in the Araratgaol, to which destia'., .tion he has since been fofrded. ':The'jiic.' tniae presented of thealacrity of :the: bre .n. beating " a retreat," and of the tardinesr'of the other in com...
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH. The Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
(ile .jys R nt trinue , -9 PUBLISHED .EVERY TUESDAY AND :.! ........... FRIDAY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28Thr. The Selectors. TUE Hamilton' Specator, in its issue of, Thursday last, points out how im lidlitic it would be of -the Government if it'were to sanction.the expenditure of a. large.sum of money in relieving the present water famine without first obtaining the sanction of parliament. It further goes on to show that many of the-difficulties which now present themselves are entirely owing .to the want' " ?of. forethought which hasa characterised' the: successive Govern ments,' and- the • selectors themselves;, in failing.tob take the necessary steps' to ensure a: more. continuous supply at I such times when it would be the most urgently required .' So flr so good; but, l we miust' adiit that; while there. is I considerable force'as' well as truth in whiiatour.o?oitemporary alleges, itstrikes tius that it tihe article in question., there its the absence of that sympathy and of that ap...
Railway Time Table. HORSHAM TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
.Railway Time Table. IionsiAM TO MIELBOURNE. LEivE-- ORSIAM, 12 noon. 6.45 p.m. ArnIvo-Dooen, 12.15 p.m., 7p.m. ,, e. J usn .g. 12.36p.m.,7.23 p.m, " nrto'a12.56 p.m;, 7.45 pam. Lubeck, 1.27 p.m., 8.18 p.m. Olmuorchy, 2.5 p.m., 9 p.m..., . Deep Lead. 2.1 p.m:; 9.24 . . ,, Stwell, 2.45 p.m., 9.40 p.m. ,, Amnt, 359p.m..: ., BoMgor, 4.45 p.m. , letraet, 6.?5 p.m. , Geelong, 9.13 p.m. , Ielbourme. 11.15 p.m. Norn-The train leeing Horsham at 6.45 p.m. prooee-l st?it?h. to Bllarat; aririnr -at'?.t33urm. at that station. M3ELBOURNI E TO HORSHAMI;: . LtrvE-- elbourne, 6.30 a.m.; 7 p.m. AimtvE-Geelong, 8.13 a.m;8.30 p.m ,, Ballarat, 190.5 a.m.. 10.20.p.m. ,, Ararat, 1.16 p.m., 2.2 a m. Stawell 2.20 p.m,, 3.5 a.m. L ?vE--Stnwell. 3.15 p.m., 7 a.m. AnIvE--Deep Leadl, 1.31 p.m2, 7.1: a.m..' , Glenorchy.3.55 p.m., 7.4:a;m. . ,, Lueek, 4.33 p.m., 8.22 a.i,. Iurtona, 5.4 p.m., 8.55 a.m. ,, Jung J ng, S .24 p.m., 9.17 .m. ,, Dooen, 5.43p.m. 9.38 a.m. o. ?rsham 6 p,m., 9.55 a.m.
The Farmers in South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
The Farmers in South Australia. 0o---- The followin, lamenthle account of the condition of many of the farmers in the northern areas of South Australia is given by the correspondent of the ," Arguo" :-The poverty-strick.n con "dition of a larLe number of the farmers w:,o hl ..+ s. ttlel upon our northern ::'." is -xcitin gave attention just i, . " . Mr irrod, the inspector o, :,-:':a of credit selections, lns, under ijstructiens from the Government, visited the districts in which the dis- I tress is suppseed to be worst; Mr. Catt, the Commissioner for Crown Lands, not caring to be wholly dependent upon his subordinate's report, has made the same tour on his own account; and the two daily papers have despatched special reporters to gi.e their version of what" they see and hear. Mr Borrow reports that in consequence of the small rainfall of last year (8hin.), and of a visitation of locusts, the wheat crops in the hundreds of Pinda, Willochra, Palmer Coonatto, Kan'vaka, and Boolcunda w...
LATER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
SLAThI. PA?TIA ICULAPS. Mre. Blacka widow living at 'the hotel, says.: iAt about ten o'clock onFriday :mor. nieg'I:"ssiseakisg to prisoner in the back parlour;: e e aid to ime, di emand :you to give me the key of your bedroom,.and leave my hbihse^in' three minmutes?"' I went 'nup' stairs id n put on" my? 'ifint, and after leavinig the hotel had- gone about,0.ydo., when he camerunning after nme. -:He saidbe wanted to speak'to meo: I. asked him. what he hadtorsay, and he replied that he wanted me to come back. : I-do-z.aed. and he took me by the arm, and dragged me' back' to the sitting-room'at the hotel. Heagaii -told me: to give up.the .key of my rooin. bntt would' not. I then said, "You know ..what state my rotoii is in; andmknon' hat I' have lost out ofit." . He then 'aid, ".You are my p1ri noner,:.anid I cominand you to sit there.' I sit there from 10 o'cloc'k till 1'clock, pri.' sooier attending to the customers and woatch ing sme at the same time. When 1 had been sitting till a...
Attempted Murder at Sandridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
Attempted Murder at Sand ridge. How a woman's tongue can destroy the peace and happiness of -a household was ex:= emplified; late on Friday night at Sandridge,. when a most determined attenipt by a bus band to murder his wife causedgreat sensation in the locality. The facts of this shocking tragedy, as related by one who was an eye witness of. the whole affair, show that the would-be mirderer was sober at the time of the attempt to kdl his wife and anybody who came in his way to prevent him from accom= plishing his intention. It farther shows,that the attack was made in consequencoof some gossip on the part of a woman, as to what took place" daring the atbence 'of Mrs: M'Carthy, wife of .the man who committed the crime now reported, and'who is lessee of the Boundarj Hotel, on the Sandridge Road. M-rs. M'Carthy wet on a visit this weelito Ballarat, and on ber return she was told'of something' which was alleged to have hap? pened in her absence. Irs- M'Carthy's jealousy was aroused, a...
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
GAZETTE. 0o---- Wednesday, the 8th March, is to be observed as a bank holiday, at Martoa:n, i':; There will be a sale of Crown Lands at Dimboola on Thursday the 0th April.; BMr C. A. Shdrardl of Horsham, is giaietted as a Commissioner of the Supreme Court for the purpose of takin 1:idavlt?; ' i SThe fol!owing land has been temporarily ieserved :-Dinyarrak--Site for the use of the Department of Trade and Custoems, also withheld from sale; leasing, or licensing ,iand excepted from occupation for re?i?ence._or busuoebs Under any miner's right or business lice?se.-Twcenty acres, county of Lowan, pariah of Diuyarrak. " 'The lolloiving land will be opei for selec tion on and after 10th March, at"9 o'clock a.m.':--Horsham district:_Winiam ;_area, 160 aeres. . The followisng applications' not having been granted, tihe land rill'.be open for selection on the 10th March, at 9 o'clock -Henry T. E. Morse, 13a3rlt NuprrbielV Gustave Eichner, G6a, Wail;--Joseph Bell, 320a, Neuarpur; -.Thomas Bell...
A Melanc[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
• _i -- --?--rr The following from the " Queens lander' is an account of a suicide which occurred at Charters Towers on Febru ayhockinge 3rdi-nsing o g o that Mr. enj n }n s an j pneý "p f ' oldest anct cea-thie-t'rndit ; ht' be found lying dead in his own kitchen from the effects of a bullet wound. The police-magistrate and the inspector of police, with the doctor, hastened at once to the deceased's residence -on the Qu?d?iine of reef, and' foinA ithe un fortunate man lying on the kitchen floor in apool of blood, which had towed from his minofi andiifostrils' ?Nea'r litri lay a six-barrelled revolver, evidently the fatal instrument :dfrideathl. !he body was cold and rigid, and had no covering, on but a ,night-shirt. .The doc 4Jiih gr gieat difficult-forcedopen the mouth and found where the bullet had entered the skull. The bullet must have lodged in the skull, as there was no external wound. The rinquest was de ferred until Monday, but from the most reliable itiforniaition obtained...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
_ i`!A TEDGeneral Servan . A-'py. 1I V . A Blackburn.\ Yktc=-J anll A Prie, !Horshain. I 'V SANTiED, a lioi'em idi -Apply office -VV-of this paper. rjO 'LET'=ABisicdl's Shlo?''easy I: term s;!i : goodilliusiues. ' Apply~ T tIodby";WaiLpGs - ys.5' SL-'frifom Si'urlikh'iPH6 ,,i Green Park, Bay "Mare, branded" LIT nearahoulder.- -Apply; Suburban Hotel.'.;.: ' , . : W AANTED, a You'? Girl, betei .1 and 17, _to_sait_in Houswork~ Appl Mrs Fulteon, Waterworks, Horasham. '1'O LET.-The SHOP and DWELLING I now occupied byAh Goneyas a drapery store. Reit 29s per week.-Apply, Thomas Young . FOR SAL. -A Secolnadhand Waggon, 'L' 1:h RocheBlacksmith Pynsent-street. Horsham. L[OR SALE.--.A First-class Butchering SI' Business.: 'A Good Inves ment for anyone with eapital.-Apply to John Forrest. Butcher, HorBshnm. ONE, POUND REWARD-Strayed about a week ago from Wawunau Park, Bay Cob Pony, branded C on neck and:shoulder. -Apply JOHN SMITH. TRAYED into my,, paddock 12 month . .ago, Heifer Calf, now two....
Murderous Affray in Ballarat. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
IMurderousAffray. in Balm, i' larat. 1. p1e mniderons;eaiult by arrikins took p o e oh Saturday night (says yesterday's "'Ballarat Star") in Bridge-street, and one that may yet be jensled with fatal, results About eleiven ''lb ok i the night in'qiistibn Constable O'Brien, in plain clothes patrol, who was doing duty in the street named, ohb served a yeath named Frederick Heints,ged, twenty, asd'a resident of Sebastopol-streeta behavging ia' lisooderly manner: The' con. stable remon?urated with Heintz, who::was: alightly.nuder theoinfloeneeof liquor, on 'the. manner in which he was misconducting him' self, but the latter made use of an insulting remark, whereupon the constable plaed him utider arrest. The .prisoner was being marched downuthe!street in the:direction of thbe'"Eastern'r]ockutp," ;'wien :he ',iddenly, dr?pped?'i i tlie 'j:i'embat," ad" "red to proceed to the prison.' Constable O'Brien en. deavonred to place Heintz on his feet aenin, but he offered stubborn resistance, aid...
A Glasgow Bank Director. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
i A Glasgow Bank Director; The affairs of Mr. James Nicol Flemiong, one of the directors of the ill-starred City of Glasgow Bank, have just been, apparently finally, disposed of before the Bankruptcy Court.,[ The Judge has decided not to with hold from Mr. Fleming entirely his discharge; but in respect of certain specified irregulari ties in the conduct of his affairs, commencing as far back as 1871, the discharge though granted is not to bhe:operative for.fifteeei months. There is a great deal in the con duct of this case which strikes us as being remarkably unsatisfactory, not only in what has not been don-, and what there is ap parently no intention on the part of the authorities to do. First, as. regards the Bankruptcy Court, we take the facts from the Judge's charge. The.'17th January and 27th February, 1879, were the dates fixed for statutory examination, but Mr Fleming, in utter contempt of the Court,failed to appear, having absconded. ,He equally failed to obey the statutory...
Jung Jung Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
ung Jung Athletic Club. -o-a--· The following are the handicaps for the different races ,n connection with the sports of the ab e club which take place on riday, 3rd Ma ch: nflG J3n0 nAnDIC.r. 100 yds. 200 yds. 300yds. ?aull ............. sr. .. scr. ... r. arether ..........cr. cr. ... s. .iuchel .............r. ... ee... . 2 allis............. 3 ... c ... 1 ahley.................. 6 ... 14 aoi .............5 .:. 0 ... 9 eakins ..............E ... S ... 15 rntall .............. ... 10 ... 18 'Lachilan .............. 6 ... 10 .. 18 horne............ 6 ... 10 .. 18 elahayes ..............I. 10 ... 18 .K...... ...... ... 7 12 ... 20 deon ............. 7 12 .. 20 'isamnn ... 8 .. 15 ... 24 yons .... ..... 8 ... L 15 ... ' 24 = y .................. 8 ... 15 ... 32 -nflHnd............. ... 15 24 rfield ............ . 0 20 26 S................. .....15 ... 30 ... 40 .er ........ ..1s ... 30 ... 40 anr? RACn-IS 0 as. yde. yds. Hufghes ..scr. T. M'Lachlan .. 14 Mitchell ... 3 Lose Hand ... ...
The Nhill and West Wimmera Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882
The Iuill and West Wim mera Races. The followine arC the wights for the Handicap and Hurdle races: TIE HANDICAP. st. lIb. at. lb. Cinzicneia 8 10 Hamlet 8 0 .obblv 'urns 8 8 ?unshine 7 12 Swordfish 8 2 Guardfish 7 0 Alice Gray Gst 12bb. tIE ALT.DLSj. st. lb. I st. lb. lTarrcona 10 101 Goldfinder 9 10 ?Iailihan 10 2; Dick Dead Eye 9 7 Senaicinc 10 0 Turk 7 4 Wm. Robinson, Handicapper.