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TOOAN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882
. ::TOOAN RACES. The followin -are''th "ights for the Tnrdle.Race-andHaudicap.-To-be-runn~on Tuesday March 14: Frank ... 11 0 ild Harry .. 9 0aihiaarahW... 10 7 roayfish ... 9 0 Sltan .. 10 4 Fairy(Jealousy) 9 0 Goldfinder) .10 0 Nuisance ... 9 0 MWininera .-.-9 8 Ninepence ... 8 10 SHANDICAP. DerBomelr~?~? i 2 Sultan ... 8 4 Sailor Boy ... 7 0 Sir Robert .. 8 0 Morgn .. 7 0 Fairy(J.ealousuy) 7,i 7];L?cuy Glitters 6 12 WildHarry.. f7.- 'iSevenien?h .. 612 iListentome-.. t'74 . Melrdse .. 6 10 i' acli? b Shdrt Ga6t6lb.i By order if tlhe Stewar ns. . : Philip Seretar- ' .....·I ·r·t~
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882
THOMAIS 17, Stook, Station, Lanl Commission Ag? . WILSON STRKET. HO AM A DVANCIH made on Leasehald or Free. S hold Country Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances ma e cmon -or-t don. A ri cultural. ,11lhinery arImn lmnents Sppled Iroiptly, an d on. Lrnzasw-Tmua --l... I.. ..r n css connected with the Lands, and'/.ther Govri "nent Departmenti coinucitedpromptly, efifie?tly, and economically Fire aid I4f Iieuranea 5ýeffected in the. beatcdispasirJ. Sales of l'roperty or Stock coniducted: ini any arti bcsfhn eslony. i ,.,. AeosT oR Fi?i; . anid.' Oibson,: Stock -.and Station . gents,' Melbourne and Ballarat.?" ' Dennys Lascella: and Co.; wool- and grain brokers, Geelong - : The Australian-Mutual Provident Life As surance Society... .. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of Newn Zealand. Bal"arat Permanent Building and:. Invest. ment Society. . Taluer for the Ballarat Bankiig Co., Limitecd. . Auction Sales of-horses: cattle, &ke,:,eld ever...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882
WILLIAM ADAMSION & CO Produce Brokers, 20 Little Collins-street West, MIELBOURNE, R ECE1YE consienments of Grain, Flour, etc., for sale or storage, and make hiberal advances thereon when required'. CGvL' Sa"L held every Wednesday, and DaILY F.on?CCE Sale every Wednesday and Friday. Account sales furnished promptly. J. E. FQROD & Co., DRAIN, WOOL, SKINS, HIDES ADNI TALLOW BROKERS, Advances made if required when received into Warehouse. 17 QUEEN-STREET, MELBOURNE. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS W. & A. __ILE zk MILLERS,-_ GEELONG, SCTOBE WHEAT FREE OF CHARGE for SIX MONTHS, and make Liberal Cash Advances at Bank rate of interest. ~narantee market price at any time..; Write for particulars to above address.. TO WIMMERA FARIJRS. CORN SACKS! CORN SACKS.! t E, UNDEIISIGEDIare now landing Ex "Carlisle Castle": Direct fr',m Calcutta in FIRST. CLASS CON DITION. I?at Full Weights Sacks, and offer same at VERIY LOW PRICES. Quotations given on application to, RIM0E and. PHILLIPS, ...
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH 3RD. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882
--o- . ,. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. t ERIDAY, MARCH 3aD.,: b .... ......... . ..... . S........OCAL. e TOPICS.: r TuE Shire Council held its monthly meet- e] ing on W\ednesday last, and .owing to there h being a general desire that the whole of the e business. to be transacted should be com- tl iprised withini one day's sitting, the meeting ti was protracted till ten o'clock at. night. cj One of the first sai.jeets to engage th-eatten- n tion of the councillors was a deputation from sl 'Pimpinio,' consisting' of "Messrs Hodby, S Hallam, and Curran, who stated the great sl straits to which they were put owing to the ti scarcity of water.' From the action taken by b the . council in sending telegrams to oi the Government it will be . seen that G the request for a water - train has n been complied with. - Upon the motion aj of Cri. Clark a sum of £5 was voted is to the Ladies.Committee on behalf of a man r, named Thomas Price who had been discharged n 'fromthe hospital, and C...
OPENING OF THE WOOL SALES. London, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882
OPENING OF THE WOOL SALES. London, February 28. The February wool sales were opened to day by Messrs. Balm and Co., wool brokers, of Coleman-street, E.C. The catalogue for the day was unrepresentative in character. There was a large attendance of both home and foreign buyers, and the prices realised at the lose of the December sales were firmly maintained. The bales available for pur chase number 252,000 in addition to the 41,000 heldover from theDecember auction.
MURDER IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882
MURDER IN IRELAND. A dastardly outrage has occurred in County Clare, Ireland. A farmer and his. ions, who had continued to pay their rent, were attacked by 16 disguised men, and' al though they defended themselves to the best of their ability, one of the sons was-killed befdre assistance could be obtained. .
SIR HENRY PARKES. New York, Feb. 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882
SIR HENPY PARKES. &nbsp; New York, Feb. 27. Sir Henry Parkes has been very energetic during his visit to Washington in pushing the abjects of his mission. The British. Miiijater (the Hon. L. S. Sackville iVest, C.B. accompanied him on the 23rd inst., when he paid a lengthened visit to the State department. He : aft:erwards ihteriewed Pi esident Arthuir and thePostmaster_-Gceral. OA the 24th inst. he had a conference with Senator Ferry, the chairman of the com mittee on the postal service, who promised a favourable consideration of the points urged by Sir Henry Parkes.
Wimmerashire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 3 March 1882
Wimmerashire Council. &nbsp; The ordinary monthly meeting of the above council was held on Wednesday last, present the President Cr. Bell, (in the chair), and Crs R. Clark, J. Fechler, W. Philip, S. Carter, W. Burgin, R. Grant and J. Keyte. MINUTES. &nbsp; &nbsp; The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. &nbsp; &nbsp; DEPUTATIONS. &nbsp; PIMPINIO WATER FAMINE. &nbsp; Cr. Burgin introduced a deputation, con- sisting of Messrs. T. llodby, T. Hallam,au'nd C. Curran, respecting the pressing need of a supply of water. The deputation stated that their object was to: request the cenuil; t. bring the' matter under the nohtice of the Go zernment with the vies' of obtaining a water train supply. . Cr. Burgin said that he could endorse all that'had.been said by the deputation, and he should therefore move,_That the council urge upon the Government the, necessity,of )u6tting on'a water train.:.'' ' - Cr. Clark said-he ia'dat...
The Insurance Frauds. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
The Insurance Frauds.- (rOST THE ADELAIDE= RECIiTE LCH 1.) At the.City Pollece Court on Tuesday aftei noon, before Messrs S. Beddome, P.M.'; G. Styles, and C.'Smedley, J's.P.,-James Barker and Williarm' Hicks were charged, on. tie information of Joseph James Herring;, with, on September 19, 1881,at Adelaide, conspiring amongst themselves to cheat and defraud the Australian Mutual Provident Society.: .Mr: Linklater and Mr. Pater appeared to defend; the. Hon. C. Mann, Q.C., pr secuted; and Mr eymon, ,Q,O., represented the Australia~ Alliaice Assurance Society. Algernon Sidney Clark said: I am agent in Adelaide for the Australian Alliance Assn rance of KMelbourne. An application was made to the company in writing by a man named Waterhead, and that, with the ac. companyjingdocuments,was forwarded to tihe head office in Melbourne. It was made in last September. Notice of death has been sent in. TIhos Eaiton Bury,. deposed: 1.am secre tary of the Colonial Mutual Life Insurance Company. Th...
Australia v. England. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
Australia v. England. .o. The weather was cloudy and threatening, but the temperature delightful. Only about 200 spectators we?e present at the beginning of the match. but thu number was increased to 8,000 in the afternoan Shaw won the toss, and selected to bat. Swift acted as umpire for Au.tralia, and Lillywhite for England. Neither Spofforth nor Evans ap peared, the latter having declined to go to England. Jones was selected in his place. Giffen, of Adelaide, is also playing. Ulyett and Barlow were both out when the score was 4. The score is as follows: ENGLISH ELEVEN. FIRST INIxOes, Ulmyett, Palner... .. . Barl.., ? Bla skbs, b Garolt..... 4 Bates, e and b Palmer ...... ....1.. Selby, e Masse, b Palmer ... 13 Shrewsbury, e and b Boyle ..... ... 8 Midwinter. b Palmer ........ ... 1 rSoetton, Jones, b Grrett ...... ...ie Emmett. b Garrett ...... ...... Sha re, b oyle ... .. ... ... ... 4 Pilling, b Palmer.. ......... ... 12 Peate, not out :...... _. ....11?-, - S dr ...:.. . . To l...
Lawloit Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
Lawloit Annual Races. The following are the weights for the handicap and handicap hurdle races to take place as above on the 17th March. ILLTDICAP. st. lb R. Bcdav's a by Burns .................. 9 0 C. Watson's Dick Dead Eye ............. 8 4 D. Xl.dcolm's ulamlet .................. 8 0 It Tully' Listen to Me ................ 7 7 C. 11 atson's Guard Fish ............... 7 3 R. Tully's, Charlie ..................... 7 0 W. Kennedy's Flying Fish............... -6 8: IIA\"DIC. nI?.DLE3 . R. Dingwell's Franl: ....( . 10....?. ?.0 101 C. Watson's Swordfish ............ ........;19 0 C. Bell's Goldfinder ..... ... 9 10 R. Raynor's Lucifr.,,...c..- .i 8.: ..--f 8 P. Barrett's Turk ................... 9 0 J. Meagher'sTalkative...,. :....: . . 7T8i-l
V.R.C. Autumn Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
V.R.C. Autumn Meeting.1 :The Autumn meeting; of the Victoqjn Raciiig .Club for theseason .1882 was com meniced bn Satuiday "on" the Flemington. course.: During Friday night, there had bein someshours of steady 'rain; and. onSat~rdiJa moroiig the' ky.:wore a very threatening. aspect. It, however, cleared off before noon; and the day turned sout splendidly fine writb a cool breeze.:. The. ,Governor nd asite arrived before the first'race was ruo. Tlie attenlanceasa5nlymoderate; Thefollowing ate the results:-. : . - HURDLE RACe Prb ess ... 1 Handy.Aud ... - .?. ; 'i.. 1 Bouhg ..... ... 2 "So?nitd.. .. "'- .. .. 3 o Bathurst..--... .. . 2- . 1 Timo-4nmixn oscc.l AscoT TALE eTvKES. oavigatr . ... -.. -.. .. :. 2 Solitude... .. -:. -- .. 3 Time---min. 19isec. : l-" ' :. D RCSiWICr. T.TES-... ..... - Starof the Wes ... Time--2min 88sc i. S nerr. L s.sEDCEP.'s es.: /.. Commotion ' .' ';: . '1. Pell Mcl' Darebi.... '3 Time-3min. 16sec. E?ILOR STAKES. Th Drummeer ... ... ...I Narrabil .. ... ....