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Jung Jung Athletic Club Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
Jung Jung Athletic Club Sports. -o The fir-t meeteng of the above Athletie Club was held at Jung Jung on Friday last, and ia-ed off very successfully, over 400 beihl on the ground. The dayswas all that c-c:l lie deaircd for pleasuring, as it was cool . .I free from thon?- blasts which raise the !.. t and make an a(fernoao's outing very ni:o -unt. But there was nothing of this soro: -orevent a good attendance, and:it was cridcut that the people of Jung Jung, as well as thcse of lHorsham, Murtoa, and surround ing district. had taken advantage of the weather, and nallied forth to the pleasure grounds of Jung: Jung: Before passing on to the programme tn may be as well to notice the progrcss of the club, we learn. it is only six week's since the formation bf an Athletic Club was mooted by the Jung, Jung folk; and since it has been formed, it can boast of 20 members, L12 has been collected, and on Friday- some £28 was given away' in prizes, including £15 for the Jung Jung Cup, and it may ...
MURTOA. March 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
-'1 URTOA. I .. . . (From our ow- Correbpondot.) :Hsfaieh 5. Thnlastweekhere haa;beei quitei a-gala" wreek, a bazair, if'.aindOi[thi 1'y.ti, Church opened on7 TYednedii:and wa, carried on for the three T6lldwiig:afternoonb mnu evenings. Mr M'Doriid, our president of the shire, was to have given the opening address,but was uniavoidably'prevented from attending, so that duty fell to the lot of the. Riev. Mr Lowe, who made a very neat and appropriate address to the public, and de? dlared the bazsar open: The bazaar was held in the court house.' To give'detailed . eacoent of all that was.fo be seen would take up too much space. The display' was 'meit' grand and assortment agood, both for old and young,, and showed how persevering the ladies at ilurtoa and surrounding district have been for the last month in bringing forth sucnh works of labour and -art, in the evening our lccal talent gave songs and re citations which was quite a treat in itself, esides breaking the mootor y of the'p'o ...
GRAIN AND FLOUR RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
* GBRAINAND FLOUR RETURNS. The following are the returni of flour and grain dispatched from:Horsham and Dim bbol for the week ending 4th March: HORSHAM. S FEBRUAoa 27. Bags. Wheat ... nil FElo i r ... .. : ,':--' i "... 209 ' . FEBn I AnY 28; :.Wheat .. ..: 280 'Flour. ... .... . .. 58 .a.Weat'. .. .:-.. - : 279 MAnnx 2. lfancn 2. .C-Wheat i ; . :: ' ".. ..3 -lheat . ... ... .. 558 So " ... .. ... g.e Total : 07 . iBOO*.... ; I B00LA;:.. ::'- .';. .Wheat .. . ..1026 SFlour '..-'; . ; . .:..286 .. Total- - -'2239
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
GAZETTE. The following land has been reserved : Vectis East-Site for camping purposes, also withheld from szle, leasing, anl licensing, and excepted from occup tion for residence or business licen c-5 L 2r 29p, county of Bsrnug,.p.rish of Vectis East ; commencing at the west angle of J. I. Carmichanl's 19th section block, No. 82S6. - The folldocin land will be open for mvicc tion on and after the 17th March, at 9 o'clock a.m.:-l orsham -district, parish of M3iram Piram; area 181i; the eastern portion of land originally surveyed Icr WVm. Parkin. Parish of Cannum; area,- 100. ;. north por tion of allotment 123. The following alterations in the terms and conditions of leases have been approved of - 'Ann. J. Murphy, .Tung. Jung and Asheas; P. Kilgariff, Kellalac; John Sweetman, Lallat.. :.. The following applications have not been granted:-Win. Bell, 159I 3r 39p, Dauge rang; Louis E. Phillips, 160a, Bangerang. The following transfers have been regis tered:-David Whitcross to J. H. Fox, ...
MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
&MELBOURNE: FLOU1V AN D GRAINLN. E[THe WR'E's TrP.sAcr IO?s.] In the import market on Friday, business was fairly active. Ii addition to the ordinary trade demand, some good lines were also taken up, and on the whole a fair amount of anima. tion was experienced. Breadstuffs continue to monopolise attention, and considerable sales are still making. A line of 1,000 bags of wheat was placed at 5sGd ex station.:..Wei likewise hear of a paicel of 500 ba;is having been taken at 5s 6d. 4,000 bags, moreover, have been -disposed obf, at 5s 6d0.ec., store., Flour is rasponding mire freely to ; the ad vance on" wheat, .and . we now quote: for eduntry brands £11l10s to £11 15s. Parcels amonnting to 130 tons wereplaced.at £11 10s, while small-lots have been moving at £11 .12s 6dto -£11 153, at which there is a firm market. In feeding grains, oats have fair attention at our qiuotation of 3s 2d to 3s 3d for feeding. We hear of the sale of 1,000 bags New Zealand,ex steamer, at a full pice. ...
The Cannum Free Library. March 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
The Cannum Free Library: (From our own Correspondent.) ].arch 2. The annual meetingof the Cannum Free Library was held on 25th February, Mr. Kelly (chainrian? of" committee) presided. The balance sheet was adopted as read, all the old officers were re-elected, awnl.a most cordial rote of thinks was giving to the secretary. The balance sheet showedl t: at the receipti amounted.to £15 Gs ld, and the exlienditureto £14 12u 81, thus leaving a balance of 14s3d i the hands of the treasurer. The following iss.the secretary's, dIr. C. Muller, report upon the institution: REPORT. "-At:thi uour firstanbnual niceting we have, I think, ev.ry'reaoan to be satisfied with the pro'ress 'bhich our library has made during the past year. Allow me to ex:,ress my thanks'for the very generous help I have re ceived'fromni~11 quarters, and satisfaction at the general good feeling that has prevailed= ;between all who have attended our meeting-. I'am sorry to say that distaice and want of timehaveprevented s...
BALLARAT STATION PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
BALLARAT STATION;PROD.UCE MARKET.' . r / March 33 Missrs B: J. STRicc.LA.D report : -Therewas a good attendance of buyers at my anctinii sale -this week, and lots were cleared at satisfactory prices. A few sales of lamibs, wool,' locks, pieces, &c., brought fill rates.. :, " '~ ":kins.-No full woolled in worth speaking of pelts fresh killed, but sold at is 10l to 2s 3d; inferior to good, Is 2d to ls 9d ; station dried, medium to good, is 4d to 2es. Lamb skins, Is Id to 2s 3d. Lambs pelts 9d to is. Hidesare in good demand, allI:-ts coming forward meet with ready purchasers at 31d 4jd in good salted condition, trimmed con atitnants do not pay sufficient attention to this ~importnt matter. All offal.must be removed, ears, scull," pieces, shimks, &a., leforethe tanner will take delivery. '} Tallow"?The market until the last few dayp.hashbeei shady. The latest quoations 'fromitfie-lte ilofin maiket being about 40s per ,tos loer' I hkve quitted' several lines of mixed st £...
Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 4TH. (Before Messrs. A. Cameron, W. Burgin and, F. Zerbst J's.P. UNREGISTERED DOSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
`Horsham Pollce Cdurt. . ., -FrD4t, u M]in 4mi. Before Messrs. A. Cameron, W. Burgin anit :: : -2: F. Zerbst J's.. oUNRE?IsTFRED 50Ss. A. number of suamonses for the non-pay. "ient of rates and for having nitregistered dogs vere set down for hearing,.:hnt, as the summonses had not been served, they were postponed for a week. J. Spencer for having an unregistered dog, was fined 5s without costs. Shire v. Margaret Marshall i a;sl same sv Edward Cnlliver; summonses for rate which were withdrawn. ASSAULT. A summons Jabez Jones v. Charles M'Kay for an assault was withdrawn. Mir. T.igg for plaintiff, and Mr. Spread for DEBT CASES. George Jordan v. J. HI. Allan; a sammons for the recovery of £5 Is for work.aul labour "done.' Mr. Spread appeared for the plain tiff, and Mr. Ireland for the defendant. The amount was sought to hbe recoveredi for drawing the plans and specifications of certain buildings erected. in Firebrace-street for Messre. May and Millar by the defendaut. .The evidence of t...
MELBOURNE WOOL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
MELBOURNE WOOL PRODUCE MAR. "S 'iTF"S o(.Yifn's;: ^ * I' ý" C11*ý Messr& Gp. .ID EOUGH AW Co'a, report '` ;i7ooL-e catalogu?d 1077 bales for our .today,IA2d adiTa ioll r1attngdani ?f biyeriand spirited competition, prices being (ten~or aiera " Action rsajedon'~ o~e from etd to lOad, and washed and scoured TI9 i ,per lb. 1nal, 937baletwere ,isldkinclui o inol rgibhe oelrt in. he of ]ebtnry.M.arch saltat.priceafequal to thf losg. rates of .set series with anpmat 1 Seepskins.-We offered an-ull "U ply to 'public?ompetitioiidurinTbhe pYst week, and obtained satisfactory prices from the local fellmongers, who operated with some spirit1 at about late rates. We quote :--utchers' Green Pelts, superior, 2s to 2s 9d each; do do do, average, is to 2s; dq.Dry do, average to superior;s t0ddo 2s ; DryjSkine,!(i fjla ~os -&d.: 'spe-i dr 5}d to' 6 d' per Ib; average, 3d to per b. -n. steady desgad preails-f s? repir 1o Lo both grec ealt atottis-,. inferir and average qualities arerat...
M'LEAN AT THE POLICE COURT. London, March 3, Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
M'LEANE AT THE POLICE COURTB i, .London, March 3, Afternoon.[ M'LeAn was brought: up at thee ?itideor Police Court this morning, charged with the attempted assassination of the. Queen. Eridegce was given by those who saw him fire the a?ot, and he was formally re?i?aded .until Friday next, the'llth istait' ? A" Pxliiameut isnot now in Seesidn, the: Goverinieiitfelt that the luty devolved: di ectly on them of moving in thejmattem of :? pressing on behalf of the Victorian public theiirjoy and satisfaction at Her Macsty'8 fortinate escape. Sir Bryan O'Loghlen ac. ooslingly on Saturday morning waited oi behalf of the Government on the Governor and 'moved his Excellency to aend a tole. -a hic message, congratalating Her Majea?y o her escape. Xhe following message was sent by the Qov'rnor: ",,I'he Secretary of State for the Colonies, Londo,. "Parriament not being in session, my Government desire on their behalf and o. the part of all Her Majesty's subjects i. Victoria to express to BerMaje...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
WILLIAi ADAIMSON & CO:, Produce Brokers, 20 Little Collins-street West, MELBOURNE, R ECEIVE consignments of Grain, Flour, etc., for sale or storage,' and make aladvances thereon when required. Gu;; SI.LE held eery Wednesday,- and DAuY pRF,'CCCE Sale every Wednesday and rida'y. Ac'oant sales furnished promptly. J, ý. .O)D 00 Co., GRAIN, WOOL, SKINS, HID?E AND TALLOW BROKERS, Advances made if required when received into Warehouse. 17 QUEE.STIREET, MELBOULRNE. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS W. & ,d, R EID, MILLERS, GE,E LONG, STOIR WHEAT FREE OF CHARGE for SIX MONTHS, and make Liberal Cash Advances at Bank rate of interest. Guarantee market price at any time. Write for particulars to above address. TO WIMMERA FARMERS. CORN SACKS! CORN SACKS! THE UNDER.SIG.ED are now landing Ex " Carlisle Castle" Direct frm Calcuttain FIRST-CLASS COI D1'TI0N, Best Fell Weights Sacks, and offer same atTE?IY LOWV PRICES. Quotatioes given on application to: S10 ',.' can DIStLL PIS, STA WELL!. or : E....
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
LATT NO L3EIGEN | (AUST A 1 ElGENCY.) The Coidnial Bank. mo bi in theirtner buildings in Elizabet1istreet -day. SIn the Supreme Court tddaythe Jolihiit case of Jones, the grocer. The Board of ILannds and oks, was commenced. £2,000 damages are claimed. The case is adjourned till to-morrow. An inquest was commenced to-day upon the body of Jane Irvine, who was taken to the hospital with a broken leg. Qn January :Sth7;:nd died 4of-Ayioia-i3rd March. Dr. Youl adjourned the inquest, andrinteond examining the whole of the comuhitti. U f-1 An action was commenced in tce.Supreme :Courtto-day Itween-eBlaeck a- sel ctor, and Stodar, the eqnatter. ,.The~damagesmclaimeO -arba.0o4/for'raise 'Aund' 'inalicosis prose'cu tion in charging-Blaclk-withljheep stealing. ' The Vihtoflan tleamn ieft for Adelaide by he VictoriaidifoSai:' to play in the Inter colonial Cricket Match. "':t " :-' ! The International Cricket Match was re sumed to-day. The -ustrianiis first innings :being-as-oll6ows:a-'1aesie, b ...
THE CHINESE. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
1THE CHINESE. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY. The Senate is engaged at present :in.a lengthy debate on the new Chinese Exclusion Bile which is now before the chamber,; the provisidus of which are of a.very stringent character. Thegreatest Secitement and agitatibon prevail in:CaC- 'foaia, and amoinster etition is being prepared'there for presentation to the nBenatej pp sport of thq bill '::;:,
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE QUEEN. ESCAPE OF HER MAJESTY. ARREST OF THE ASSASSIN. London, March 2 (Evening). [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINA TION OF THE QUEEN. ESCAPE OF HER- MA3JETY. ARREIST OF THE ASSASSIN. London, March 2 (Evening). Her Majesty the Queen: and "Princess Beatrice" left London this afternoon for Windsor Castle, arriving at the Windsor railway station at 6 o'clock. While driving from the station to Windsor Castle, a miserable looking man fired a revolver at Her Majesty, but tile shot fortunately did notostrike any of the Royal party. The man was immediately arrested. The crime is supposed to have no political significance. Later. The man who fired at the Queen is named M'Lean, andlis 27 years of age. After his arrest he was searched, and one of- Colt's Americasnmade revolvers was found upon .him. - Two of the chambers had' been dis charged, but two others were loaded. The prisoner stated that hangei was the cause of his attempt to assassinate Her Majesty. .The Princess :Beatrice,. who . was driving with Her Majerty, saw the prisoner fire the 'rebolver, and was greatly alarmed. .. .:.l:...