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CHURCH HILL V. HORSHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882

CEUIUrC HILL V. HRORSHAMI. This match, which was commenced a week ago, when the Church Hill only scored 36 in their first innings, and the Horsham men 77 'with seven wickets down, was continued on Saturday. The following is the score made by Church Hill, from which it will be seen that Horsham has won by one innings. Two of the Church Hill men, however, were absent on Saturday: CHURCHI IILTL-s-?steon IatGS. A. Cuming, bRuncde11 ... ... ... ....13 S Joee, cirkayre, b hae ..... $. It. Doyle. b ?nodlell ... ... ... ... 3' Buekley, b E.ndell ... 2 Ilou:ign,, ran out ... ...... ... ,1 G'C.I,ItiFcy ... .. " ...1" J. '. F:sU. c uzum, b L.eddll ... . 2" X?~; not ou?t . ...... .. .., P. i. ln::it, e lit'rk,.n, b Fahey...' " yes .. . . ... 3 AeasrsIs OF Bot1l.s-.--Fahe... 46 .Js, 2 .=dea. Sovers; :; we;co.: , 11 rtus ; fl~e5, 41 .alst7. oves, 4 wichets, 17 1 uins.

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CRICKET. ENGLAND V. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882

SThe Englishmen took the fild on Saturday .t ?, Oqater-past twelve o'cloek - ,Tks theO wasitutsmalL. irThe wath.r' wes not.:iscdnvetieitly " it. - !Th ilhi?ings closed for 2419, the score-being as follows:- YICTUHIAE ELEVEN. S IERS INP osIIO. Mfloneeel. c Emmnnett, 1, Xtftweeter. '21 Slhiht, b Peat..:. ..... -:. i36 Horee,cPilfibg, Sbaw.:. .. . ,B~laer~rsn I.~;...).. ...i.. :- :1 Plmer, c Pilling, b Shaw . . lacaibse, c Shw, b Emmet .. . 25 SBonnaor, cBarlow, b Emmett....,... 30 r:Tnrnor,lat3 21 Boyle, c1idwi?te r. b Emmett ,; ; 37 Cooper, rt? . finchin, b ·l ett:. ... ... :7 S S ndries , . .... . . 8,.+ * . Total". . .:'249:. BOeISvo Asauslo .-Batee,324baB82t-lm aidees, 4, runs, 1 wicket*; lidwinterSbLells, 2t maidens, 33 runt, ?1 tckct; Ulyett O0 rbllls, 4 maidens, 49 runs,. 1, rrtet; Shaw.' 136. balls, 22 maidens,' 33 runs, ,.wikets; Peaee,, 132 balls, 15"maidens, 32 reis, I wicket ; Emmetb, 8 balls, 10 imaidens, 22. reee, 3 sojekets {Brlowl l blls, 5 moid:es 6 roes. 'Te ',hematc...

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PIMPINIO. February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882

. PIMPINIO. i (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDEN.) February 25. It is with regret that I have now to an nounce the failure of our water supply. The dam, which has been our only source of stpply for the last fewr weeks, has now failed, The extent of the suffering of the stock and tile consequent loss to the owners will be very great. The only alternative now is the river, arid to reach that will re quire; the residents to travel a distance of: from seven . to 'twelve miles. I .am pleased to see that the Govern merit ar'havidig water-trains put on, and. I need not say, so far as Wail and Pimpinio are concerned, it will be esteemed a very great boon. Te .r.silway line is running within an easy distance of the Pimpinio dam andia good sunply could be obtained for us either from Horsham or Dimboola. A large meeting is lobe held to tike the necessary steps for securing a water.train. I regret to write that the family of Mr. Albert Rogers has been aftlcted by the death of a little girl of six years...

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RUPANYUP. February 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882

RUPANYUP. (From our own ClrespoRd da.) ;February 25. Harvesting operations are finished', and -t ono farmers know their fate, so far as the yield is. concerned. The yield of wheat is probably about six bushels per acre; very little oats, barley, or hay was grown. Some of.the farmers did not cat enough of hay for thir bow use', and 'are now obtaining sup plies from beyond Ararat. The collectors of agricultural statistict have only just commenced their official duties. It"is .to me unaceonntable that these statit ties.were not collected at least a month ago. At that time every farmer in the Wimmerat district knew to within a trifle the yield of his crop. If the statistiec are of any rel value" the sooner they are published the better, so that both producer and speculator may know how to operate. We are visited by a large drove of cheep (6,00Dlfrom Brim station), travelling osten shbly for sale, but in reality " seeking whrt they may devour," clearing up the grass _~.4 water on the res...

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH. (Before Mr. S. B. Bolton, J,P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882

MOD.iy, , F?iXn?inVe 27Th. (Before Mr. S. B. Bolton, JIP.) DINK A. ND DISORDEfE.Y. ErnestGisi vas charged with havingbeen adrunk and disorderly on Saturday tast,but in considerrtion of having been in the loclkup sirne I1 is apprehension ie was discharged with a cattion. DI1S UIG THE 5EACE. al?tli, Sparrw and, Charles Bradshaw were c:argld with having disti red the pesce b: twcen the lsurs of iOsand It'lock. en Sa roee :lt in tihe sublic streetiC' S. . sof Cln-tahle ColY y it ar p a, .e?; tt e 'ef-adants differed in opinion zesp'ein t' e. ..,;"firtl, is of a cernainhorse, andi the .ilrertnc ceded hin the one defendarnt tryig' to delc the other in the horse trough in fr.-:t if tile National IIotel,and,Iot having s?eceeddt in that biject, they commenced a general s?t-to wshich was unexpectedly put.a stop to l~ the pre;erce of the apprehending cone tite upon the scene of action. The defrendat- I ere lin-d li each, which was paid, and the court adjourned

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Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH. (Before Messrs. W. Burgin, A. Cameron, and J. Langlauds, J's.P.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882

Horsham Police=Court; Fa 7 R FIzV?saU T 24Tn? , i:' .r ;Bore eaMrs,* W nrgiu, A. Caisemia J.Lnlac, r. ) '- " l" "..1 Johna eUlly was chired by'Bergeatn Larkau with having stolen certain irticlei from the hotel ot Carl KroscheL. Carl lxoacheladepostd : The goods in quel tion weer On a gin case in the bar. t Bobe:t I berts deposed ; I aprehlended the prisoner on Thursday night, at VYctas lie was asleep in the woolshed and the pro perty was under his hbead. Prisoner said that he did not deny taking the parcel, and he appropriated ,its contents tohis own use. The bench sentenced the prisoner to one month's imprisoniment in Ararat gaol. ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. Donald Mciceal was charged by Constable Itoberts with baring mede use of indeeoit ]an uage at doradjuha, during the sports, whilst he i' s under theinfluence of drink. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and was fined £2 'which was paid. i n AUD Sc-IuoNS. 1VilianT ITorvet v. Henry Eastwood: A summons foli £7 1i, gootis said. r. 'Twg_ napieared for ...

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HORSHAM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882

HORSHAM RACES. The following are the acceptances for the THrdles and Cop to be run for on Thur day: at. lb. at. lb. Oraclsman 10 7 Greyfish 9 5 Sultan 10 0 Goldfinder 9 2 Catton 9 7 1 Nancy 9 0 Crr. at. lb. at. lb. Salisbnry 10 10 I De Bomeler 7 10 Craclksman 8 10 Free Lance 7 6 Hero 8 4 Annie Laurie 7 4 Snnshine 8 0 Catton 7 0 1 Maori GOt. 41b.

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Dramatic Performance. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882

Dramatic Performance. The Aurora F:lot Dramatec Com jpany performed at thi: Mlcclc.nics' In stit:, e on litd:-.y night, when .tee scnationa..l drama- " 'he Ticket - of Leave tMan" nas produced under the aunl ices of tl.ec ota::ic: Gardens Committee. The sitenda:rce was moderi?e, and it is to be regretted . ihat the ball wa --.ot crowded to excess as the merits of the sIa:formauce deserved it. The whole affair wr:va well carried out by those gentlemen artl Ila, is who represented- the different ch?aetoc;s. The hero of the Drama Rolbe:t Brierly a Lanca.shir Lad, was ably perforlr d by Mr. J. IT Allen. It seems that Rolbert through bad company was sent to gaol for a period of four years. but iy sood behaviour had his Ticket-of Lease gr.ntedl him, and after a period of struggling, wan well repaid .for Lia refor mnatino. Mr. IV. Couming- appeared as " Mehlar Moss" and :etaforth the true character sf the Joew whom lie repreented ver; eficiently. :Mr. W:' Clegg acted as -'lHlawlko0ha the D...

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A HORRIBLE OUTRAGE IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882

A HORRIBLE OUTRAGE IN IRELAND. Another outrage of a horrible character has been committed in Ireland. A band of mis- creants broke into the house of a tenant who had been paying his rent, and, dragging the infortunate man out of his bed, deliberately shot him dead. They then took an infant from the cradle where it was sleeping and dashed its brains out.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882

MARRIAGE. BODEY—MILLS.—At the Wesleyan Parsonage, Horsham, by the Rev. Jas. Lowe; Joseph Bodey, seventh son of John Bodey, Esq., to Hannah Mills, only daughter of Thomas Mills, Esq., both of Jung Jung.

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A Mother Drowns Herself And Baby. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 February 1882

A Mother Drowns Herself And Baby. --- The " Cootamundra Herald" gives the following particulars of the drowning of Mrs. Jamieson, wife of Mr. Jamieson, a respected selector at Illabo, and the youngest child of the family, an infant four months old. Mr. Jamieson was away from home, leaving on Thursday and returning on Saturday. When he came home he missed his wife and child; and inquiring of the other children, they told him "mother was.   away with baby." He was alarmed at this, (though he never had any sus picion that his wife was otherwise than sane and contented), and went in   search. Passing his own dam, he saw what afterwards turned out to be the baby floating on the water. With the assistance of neighbours he got the little body out, and then searched the dam by sticks, when he discovered the body of his wife on the bottom. Mr. Jamieson cannot conceive any reason why his wife should have destroyed herself; and his cousin, who had seen her the night p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882

8 domn acts!bi -- - -- St !r B[EG to announce further Shipments of. SSUMMER GOODS, consisting of various articles, at LowPrces . THE DRESS DEPR&ITMENT r; r, r? eOi .rstock ed _ it. i _ tii dkit rird Sato en'P , IhicTi, we are determined to clear out at G Cost Price, viz:- h Goodawashing Pompadour: Prints, frd m 4 per yard. " pe ompadour Sategne,.fria nSd-mVUell xbui value, which will sell themselves. A grand line in Ginghams, at 5d ?nd -d ad per yard. Lustres, Cashmeres, Mferinoe, & at equally Low Prices. e .. t THE 3cANCHESTEI DEiPAR'RTENT, As aforesaid, stands first in the district: IIorrocks's A Calico, 3Gin, 4s 6d per dozen yards. All Linen Tabh?Damask'fr ml -3' per U yard. 01 Critonnes, from 82,1-beautifnul quality, if very wide widths. tr A Good Strong Cottoi Shirting, at Sd at per yard-no rubbish. is 1, CAl.BRON & CO'S : Tows's, white and unbleached, from ^s6d 9 per half-dozen. White and Grey Sheeting, at Sd and Sn d W per yq HEl 72.noches wide. . . pt...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882

LATEST- INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIrA PRESS' AGEoCY.) MELOUrmsE, Midnight. A special meeting of the Cabinet was held to-day to consider the recommendations of the Police Commission, and decided that the Acting-Chief Commissioner, Mr. Chomley, be appointed head cf the Victorian police, in which capacity he will be asked to make cer tam recommendations for placing the force in a full state of efficiency. Messrs Nicholson, Hare, and Sadlier, now under suspension, to be re-instated in the positions formerly occo pied by them. Mr. Nicholson is to resume duty as Assistant Commissioner, and Messrs Hare and: Sadlier as' superintendents. The reinstatements of Messrs Hare andNicholson are only of a temporary character, just to show that the Government recognise them as having been good efficient officers. At an early date they will be asked to retire-from the force and accept positions as police magis trates, the number of which will require in creasing, as the Government contemplate a re-distrib...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882

AusznAmLAN HAIR RESTOnER isconfidently recommended as being far superior to Eoglish and American preparations (no matter how great their pretensions), and much cheaper It throughly cleanses the head from dan. dritf, promotes new growth, and a inglh bottle will positively restore grey or faded bair to its original colour an.. b'jeuty. .ro -astoreL-Cnue ? SandBarKLaxSAN.. Fteiled hj;all Cheiniit ib the colony. .Riom3s 6d. -dent : A. L. ST. KeUeR e ACO. Ad'"T.] t.ANT1EDn , a S rn -?ot to drive carT? T &ci-J. and A? aE , Ho' -ham. O LET.-A Blacksmith'ship," on easy IfTrb bTgood bsi nesL.ue ply, 'T. I10O LET.-The SHOP. and DWELLINGI - I now occupied byAh Goiaeyas a drapery store. Rent 28s per week -Apply, Thoiaem 0 BE SOLD, Privately, aBUTCHERING haos. INESS.;A pply, I; , EDEiHor r F-OR SALE.--A Second.hand Waggon, i x-•. Rche,BlacksmithPynsent:street. Horsaiai." ° -OR .: SALE' A;.Air:uiasi: Butchering: I Busnioiess, AGood., Investment for anyone with capitalr Apply toJohn Forres...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. SENATOR CONKLING. London, February 27 (night). [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. . Londou,,Feb?r ary 27 (night). <';,? .1Iloscd-e 'Coonklino. .:tie? Amarican, J?viyer and-senatoilh'sn been appointed -lio of the judges of the Supreme Court of the United States. MEETING '?--L-BEFt-- A1 BI" ---, A meeting, attended by nearly 300 Liberal members of Parliament, was held at Mr: Gladstone's official residence this afternoon, to disoces the action of-thbe~Hnsa of-Lbrds iira'jointiia eIe E (Coin0i itteeto??to enquire into the working of the Iris Land Act. -.;Mr Gladstone explained t'hie' -ob~tiohes wllich" the i Goernnimenti had ,t the .inquiry at the present time,_ and the. meet inqthe oen iresolied t 't sieppoiqUithe remier i tle fonIose of Commons sn opuos ing the appointment of the committee.

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MR. PARNELL IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882

Mi. PAUNELL IN SOLITARY CON FINEMEN.T Mr. Parnell, M.P. for Cork, and a prisoner in Kilmainham gaol, has been detested in attempting to bribe a warder t to~ i.nsnit .a letter to someone outside the prison. :Fo'r this breach of the prison regulations "heEha? been placed in solitary. oonfineinent for;a week.

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COVE. February 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882

,,i; iJ':'.: :h,·COVE.. (From our own Correspondent.) February 27. The weatherihan been excesively hot, and bad eyes'are very prevalent here. A meeting of the North Lillimur Railway League was held at Mr M'Caffrev's North Lillinmur 'HJ?Itl, in Stiiragy-evelning last. After iomie ',einerl'business. had 'been. tran. sicted'a reselution was passed; Thit a meet ing be held in April for the?purpose of en deavouring' to procurea corrfet statistics of .wheat grown'in the Westiidiig'aiid 'eeut~to :the: South Australian :side r.: : :;:The want of a :railway: to Melbourne is very much felt hero, If we had such a con venienen our farmers would be enabled to get their wheat to market at a fir. cheaper iate :than at present.: .. . h.VWater is very scarce now; and some bf the selectbrs lose a considerableamduont of time .inrtaking their stoit to :water r iii carting it for them. :The :rotr rn': match be;tweeni: the: Dread noughts and Bordertosn clubs was played on .Saturdlaylat; and resulted in a...

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THE GOVERNMENT AND THE LAND ACT COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882

THE GOVERNMENT AND TEE LAND ---- ACT COMMIITTEE.. In the House of Commons this eveniug Mr. Gladstone proposed the suspension of the standing orders to enable his motion, co?i demning the appointment of the Select Committee by the House of Lords, to take precedenco of all other business. The pro posal was opposed by the Conserrative mem bers, but upon being put to the vote it was carried by a majority of 133. The debate on Mr. Gladstone's motion wao then commenced.

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THE HORSHAM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882

THE' HORSHAMl-RACES. h?.Th?'.?n, s.?,i-s?. t of ofthhi i mera Turf Club was celebrated yesterday on the usual a trysting ground, and proved to be a great success. The day was all that could bhede- a sired-for a pleasant outing--a blue sky,..a c bright.asn,uand aso?itherlyl bre'zee tetndcd to make the day just such a one as all true 'loer f:tho turf :thoroughly enjoy for wit niessing the various events .thht -may appear a on the card. In addition to the day being so .fanourable, the racecourse was thron?hwith a'large coni?onrse of pegoile- "iohiigo t -?liom -we noticed many from Jung Jung, Msurtoa, "Natimnk, . iimbola, ,.and other -:places 's within an easy dhtance 'of Horsham. At . .tiines the excitemlent, whilsta race was being r?in, ~arvery jrat, and the " wordy dispu- t tation" as to which .horse would. prove to be I the winner' ;waxed fast and furious," but so 'soon asthejoikey was weighed in and t'e w.inner declared; all appeared to accept the riedult as 'iivitihlse, andif they...

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THE RUMOURED RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882

THE RUMOURED RESIGNAT'IOF OF THE MINbTRY. " The statement in the Dady Teleg rape~of this morning, to the effect that thi (Govern ment intend to resign in consequence of.the action of the House of Lords,viteiildidtb.b without foundation. The meeting of the Liber'al?l'aYty; for which a summons had been issued, in conse quence of Ihe action of the House of Lords in appointing a Committee to inquijr.into and report upon the workingof the iris h land 't, tobo peliee this afternoon. S:Mr.Gladtonre :mide a :peeh; in whicl he declared that he would allow nothing to im pair the Land Act, and wouldistrenuosily oppose any attempts to amend it, fromn whatever quarter they might arise. The IPremier's declaration met with itli unanimous approval of all presen land the entire Rupport of the; Liberal party.s?is promined:? In the House of COinonii this evening, Hr. Gladstone rose to propose the postpone. ment of the orders' of :the.day, with- the object of giving.:precedeneto the motion of which he ...

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