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GRASSHOPPERS AS FOOD.— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 January 1882

(igAsSHOPPBBs As Fooo.-LieutesantD. A. Lyle kia eaten graeshoppers out: West,' and he lately read a paper. before' a Springfield soienoe aseooalotin praieing them as food. Although' they naturally have a diesgreeablo smell, he says that when cooked they beoome pleasant to both enielland,taeste, no disguiee being required. They"cani be bate, Olter boiling two hours, with pepper and salt,. add thus prepared are not, easily dlstingulshed from beet broth. Fried in their own oilthey have' ialtyllvo ur. n $Frdabifoofaiin.;

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[?]nmunkleshire Council [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 January 1882

i eks. .ie CounicL. montbly meetiing of .the above ledy eld at RnupDhnyup on 1Monday., P'resent O Donald (president), Breen; JMorriib et, Flett, Carroll, Comyn,IDuncan, rind e tminutes of the previous nmeetig Ihar een read, a long d?scussion arose as- to Icr that poLtion referring to the lhiti r.sacted after tea at the last nleeting d be con'idered minutes, as thoro was :ertm at one timeL while the business procerding. Ithe miOutes were con d, Cr Coioyn, Morris and Dreen voting t. Thos: three councilltrs then en the following protest:-" We the iienl counncillors of the Shire of Duni le, hereby srotest against the resolu assed at a meeting of coucillors in tihe Hall, Morton, on the 17th Decedmber iz, 'Thatthe sittings'.of the Council re be e held alternately at Rupanyunp, p and Marton, and that the offlices of cetetaryand'l Engineer be at lnutpanynp,' cfollowing 'grounds :- . At the tim.e such resolution was passed the meeting Council had lapsed, through the ali of a qi'olntn, and wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 January 1882

.                                                     THE above, in response to the cordial invitation of their old and present customers in the Horsham district, have opened A BRANCH BUSINESS IN WILSON STREET, NEXT TO MR CLARK'S FLOUR   fLA;L, edcere thea bet~e to mazintain thetrrel~atettioa toe catatyta- g ROOTS of a Seperiaoetrqali- t the Looestre~sdlre Protaca . . . . .-3S. ramdls' Preteecare memilorta abrebou~ot the otmotle at their tLttintag pacei al STat ~.a W~IIORESALK ontDE!s AND 2IEASUREs PttOBrTYI AN]) C~fEFUALT ATTEN~hED TO. TES-3MSCRS~i ril. DECOURCY IRELAND, Sol icitor a 0 Ri S 11 A M., jR. DE COU1ICY IRELAND. SOLICITOR, Vis...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 January 1882

Funeral Notice. THE Friends of the late ALEXANDER   KNOWLES are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the Horsham Cemetery. The funeral cortege will leave the Victoria Hotel this afternoon at 4 o'clock.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 January 1882

BIRTH. OAKLEY.—On the 16th inst., at Wonwondah, the wife of Thomas R. Oakley, State school teacher, of a son.  

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 January 1882

DEATH. KNOWLES.—On the 18th inst., at his resi- dence, the Victoria Hotel, Horsham,   Alexander Knowles, aged 45 years.

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 January 1882

LOCAL TOPICS ------o------   We are sorry to have to record the occur- rence of a serious fire at Natimuk, in the hotel known as the " Natimuk," conducted by Mr. Louis Rosel, formerly of Echuca, and who since his short residence in Natimuk as "mine host" has made many friends, and been very generally respected. From the in- formation to hand it appears that shortly after 5 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon the in- mates of the building were suddenly made painfully aware that the place was on fire, and the alarm was so sudden and the scarcity of water so great, that many in the township were not aware of the serious nature of the conflagration before the fire had made consid- erable progress. Although the flames were but too plainly distinguishable, the iron roof of the building kept down the glare of the fire, whilst it greatly tended to increase the heat for those who were endeavouring to save what things they could. There was, however, no lack of willing hands, who did all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 19 January 1882

WHOLESALE PRICES AT A. CAMERON & CO.'S, NEW CASH ?STORtE, TIREB:RCic E STREET, HORSHAII;, GENERAL :DRAPERY, &c., N'S & BOY'S CLOTHING, nuitablc for the Season. could direct Special Attention NIUMEROUS NOVELTIES A I eoce and Silk Scarfs, India Muslin Fischus and Squares, Kid, Silk, and Cotton Gloves, n] enudices Variety, at very LOW PRICES. Also a large assortment of Antique Dress Laces, Bretonne and real Maltese. A Largo Stock of?: L nt:ia Meuslin-, Bretonne Vets, Fancy Gauzes; , Crape Nets, and Tulles Dress, Manchester, Hosiery, 'Haberdashery, Underclothing, . Milligiery, and .' Grocery DEPARTMENTS Are .Well-assorted, an Goods' Eold at 'WHOLESALE PRICES. : S T A WE, LL Tailoring and't :; Ready-Made. Clothmin oEstablshment' SEN'S Overcoats, Meno's Tweed Suits, Boys' Tweed Suits, Youths' Tweed Snits, Men's Tweed Trousers-'and'Veets, 3Men's Blue Pagets, Men's Fancy Vests, Men's Tweed Pagets, Men's Black Trousers;.and Tests, sfen's Vthite Shirts, Men's Braces, S...

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Epitome of News [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 January 1882

lEpitome of News -o The body of Smith, an engineer, lost in November last, was found in a hut or Tuesday near Blackall, Queensland. The City Council of Ballarat voted at their meating on Monday .50 to the E'ree Library. The crops in the Omeo and Bindi districts, it is said, bid fair to surpass any previous season. A saloon passenger by the Wotongs -protests against the verdict of thl Marine Board. He avers that he can prove that the captain was blameless. Another passenger corroborates his atatement. Mr. Opie, proprietor of the "Colat iReformer," has effected the purchase oi the " Warrnambool Standard." The " Creswick Advertiser" states that the missing legal manager, M.-. ihamey, has been seen at Adelaide. He is said to be virtuous and happy. - At a meeting of the Cabinet on Tues. day afternoon the border treaty with South Australia, on the terms proposed by that colony, was practically agreed to. Potatoes are now commencing tobe delivered freely at Warrnambool. The sample is gocd;...

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Somnambulism. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 January 1882

Somnambulism. -0 {rr.1O3 TiSN ' C.skIPErDOw C cRO.nIxCLE.") A curious case of somnambulism occurred in this town on Tuesday morning. A son of Nir. Jacklson's about 11 yearo of age wr\a leard by his father, who was sleeping in the adjoining room, getting up about 2 o'clock in the morning. The lad, after ha"inig resrqsed himsdef, went into the dining-room, pulled iup the blirid, and called out to his father 'that it was a fine clear morning. and that it seas time to get up, after which he went to the front door, which he opened, and de scended the steps leading from it singing. Mlr. Jackson not thinking there was any thing unusual the matter, did not take any further notice, but dozed off to sleep again. having, however, to get up about 3 o'clock to attend to some duties in connection with the brewery, he wenlt into the boy's room to see if he was in bed, .but was surprised to find that he was no; theie. ~e'at once pro cceded to look for his son, but not being able to find Lism, Ie aw...

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A Terrible Fate. [RIVERINE HERALD, 18TH JANUARY.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 January 1882

A Terrible Fate. i [InsTnr?E REPIALD, 18gu J.AU.itr.] nIresrs B rown and Seward yestereda eeived a letter from ir Robert Q.arrell, ?!' merly of Mile a, nowr orf Beourt eliI gittin fl partichr ree, dermitae dStation ( of tie 's)y of homir. eto nry St eW?d o ds ato death in the interior was receivd critic ton orroeso in why. ire letri did not sta which were lot, and did not re~urn till afte' Jconuar, 188d, from Torrans Cree- st'oo a Thone arriter tatheres they found that ar se. wal ehad not trned p. Fearte ingthat rofaethind had gone wrong, Qrrwhen started nexro:t ore Whitteiranoah Crcele,lferenita.o S.otion { Scott'in to glook for i, awl founod his traI The reasbggyn hy rtracks towarrd did ots with ese Qtraksrell, dark abus the ratter ha gone to looeectin for t d thir t ba?pnd hai alreadyich wre loot, eand d nt re:urn til afte day. Mr S Alfred d statd C r riome. and his b tracoker accomined'paned to rell. Th, trac on rricked up the trachey os and ran thm uprSe . hatn not trnedl op. F...

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Remarkable Escape From Drowning. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 January 1882

Remarkable Escape F :Drowning. A young mn named Michael MI' along with a onumber of others, was n threshing at Mr. John O'Dwyer's farm the Campasne, and one eveint,, st week docidel, alter they ha finishe work, to and bathe. They thereupon entdr t river, which is very wide in this pdrt, for purpos.. -.Some of the party nut bein ciently good swttlers tdill not care to ga but :M'G-rth II. i edpital e'ivi0, cormenced 'to hndre ' b. fip !l '" none of. the others were fol% blios h, sskedyoung O'Dwyer if he woould - Di," which the latter agreed to 0o, imuodiatelye undressd, plungo] in waincm dlo i the river abhnt2.0 yards ' turning round and asking M'Grath it was not coming, he I wJ sorpri?,. hear from those ou the bank that was drocning. lie i.nm-liately swan b only to lind that i'Grath had sulk, only indication of hisi precene bel, number of hu'obls o0 the surface of water. Young O'Diyerveryplockil div headway, and as3 becausbe helwas e rat exhauste from the distaace he ho d i doawn th ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 January 1882

L;ATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTu t.IAy PrlEtrS AloGECY.) L. ELBOUPtBE, FLDSY. Edwin Garnet, charged with travelling' on an old South Australian visitor's railway pass, was fined £5 with five guineas costs. Tile President of the Legislative Council has issued the writ for the election of a re. ,resentative for the South-.estern Province a the room of the late Mr. · 1enty. The date of polling is fixed for the Gth, and the return of the writ for the 15th February.: The solicitors of Kyneton and the news paper proprietors have sent indigaannfletters to M1r. Bent denying that any solicitor of-that place has been accustomed to travel with a press pass oi the ramlway as statid by \Ir. Gruce at the late railway conference. The lettcrs have been forwarded to 3Mr. Bruce for a full explanation at once. The line to Cope Cope will be opened next Thursday owing to increased facility for grain traffic being reluired. The new line ofrailway from Horsham to Pimpinio will ohortly be opened also. Everythi...

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MINYIP. LIVE STOCK MARKET. January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 January 1882

MiINYIEJIVE STOCK MARKET. . I~ ? r - Tannary 17. J. CECORY & Co. report: We held a satisfactory sale of stock at Minyip on Tuesdaylast, theo 17thinst; "ill the stockl yidedv were dispos?el? f ' at sitis factory plisee The entries wIre not quite so hnifnerof' ac usual owing to the state of tho weather, and the busy harvest time, yet buh-ers coilddhave been found for an ad ditional.100or 1500 sheap. Thefirin' next sale at Minyip takes place'on the 31st inst , when numeroun lots. of good stock will be offered; also a valhibhl selection of land near Burrereo, formerly owned by.'. James Nicholson;

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 January 1882

( JOUOAEL TOPIC3fr, i)i?.ve"a received ? aumeroSs complaints t ?litlt fromnas i sirib`is'of'thed non-receipt pi this jdu nal, we wish 't remind them that all that we cml ý.parantee isato have their pipers properly addressee acicording to their dire-d tions and placed in the aorsham lost Office -" after which our responsibiity. ceases. We, are not altogether surprised that Japers misn'. carry for 'we are informed by the local a officials that there is considerable confusion d ai9?regMd s-To:o of the colniitry post offices. C For instance.the.place which is known in the e edistzicti i thilDarragan post office is called litie Department Nurrabiel. And as to the Kewell correspondence the whole of this is b sent in one bag to Msurtoa, and there asserted. 8 All these things. complicate Imatters- con. siderably and increases the liability :of mis takes. We make this exolanation in order f, that subscribers may not conclude whenever f they miss their Ilorsham Times that the fault lies with ...

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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. January 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 January 1882

BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. January 18. -Messrs.HEHnrm ;.-AND,RO:T report: The stock yarded :wrre-339 cattle, calves, 10,327 sheep, 1494 lambs. Fat cattle,--A moderate number <came to hand, quality ranging from medium to good, with only a., few prime,..There was a fair .attendance of buyers, and 'prices rule:l"-at about last week's rates, taking weights and quality into account. Qaotatio?s-Best pens bullocks, £8 10s to £9 12s Gd ; good, £6 10s 4o £S; meedium. £41is to £6 103. Cows at proportionate rat'es Fat calves --Dmand was fair, and prices ranged to 52s for:extra weights and "qiality. Fat shleep.Of the nabve number about one-half were stores, quality of remainder ranging from ;medium to good, with some prime. There vwas a fair attendance df buyers, and prices ruled moth; abhout: the same as the previous weak. Quotations Best crossbred wethers, 10s to 12,; good, Ss to 9s Gd; good merino wethers, .6s G .to 7s 3d; medium, 5s to Gs. ,Ewes it' propor tionate rates. Fat lam...

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 21ST. The Railway Department and the Farners. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 January 1882

PUBLISHED EVERY TUE AY, THURSDAY AND SATITR)AY. SATURDAY, "JA ARY 21sT. The Rapiw~iayi.iprtnaent and the' Fariiers. THE farmers of Pimpido are naturally very indignant at fiiding. that they have tot cart their, g;ain, to the Hor 'shai market iiistead bf having'itcon- i veyed by rail. From the authoritative statements which, appeared in the Melbourne journals, and which they very naturally concluded were "in spired,""' Well' as thin Melbourne telegram which eapejo I in this journal, they had every t?::th that the departmmmecr had not only promised, but that it wonu.! carry out mit oromise. How it has been fnultled we only know ton well Up to the present time the contractors have nof received the slightest' official intimation that it was the intention of the Government to carry dut flie pl?dnathough the line was to have. been. opened for the purpose stated on Meonday last. We believe now, with that ' fatal facility" which too often. characterises the State departments when they are i...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. January 18. Messrs. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 January 1882

1MELBOURNE GR?RAIN MARKET. January 18. Meassrs. WILLAM An.ursoo & Co., report: Wheat.-Since our last report, Wheat has made a drop of fully 21d per bushel. At the Exchange sales yesterday,- 4s 10}d was the highest price obtained, competition being languid. We have sold privately today from 45 8d to 4s 10l for fair-to, good shipping sam ples,u and we quote-the latter as the Market price to-day, but anticipate lower rates towvards the end of the week. Oats h eve been in request; but at a reduction on prices quoted in our last, We have sold 2,500 bags at So to 3s 2d for inferior to medium and 3s 41d for "godd. milling:": Barley is" still much sought after, and .we have quitted all to hand at prices raning from 3S 10d to 4s Gd, according to quality,.the latter price being obtained for fine'-maltinig." Mize.-We quote 5s 114 to Ga. Peas have declined considerably, and we have sold. at froan S 9d to-4s;3d. Flour. We quotle£10 to £10 s.'i

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MELBOURNE WOOL AND PRODUCE MARKETS. THE AUSTRALIAN MORTGAGE AND AGENCY COMPANY LIMITED report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 January 1882

MELBOURNE .WOOL AED PRODUCE (I MARXKETS. TiE AUSTRAiiAN MIOBnGAGE A.N D AcENsy Coi.i?v LicurrED report: . Wool.-Therd is .:no. alteratioan inu this 'iiarketl " a 'h.lltliy?n?ad iiniple ?diiand chiiracterising the sales as heretofore, and all lots of good qualityeliciting keen competition; with some exceptions, 'however, the lots offered are of irregular description and such as are generally found in the catalogues toward the end of the season, which this year may be expected to close rather early. ,Former quotations are still current. = Hiles, which have maintained their price fora considerable time past, now show indica tions of declining value, and buyers show great unwillingness to operate except at a reduction at from }d to Rd from values lately ruling; 'we hive however, succeeded in dis posing' f' biast of our consignments at satis factory rates, and quote Green Ox from 16s, to 24s each, Cow 3}d to 3.d, Kip 3d to 3id, Calfakins 4d to did, Salted Hides from 3ddto 4id per lb.

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LAL LAT. January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 January 1882

LAL LAT. (FOr.O OUR OW1 COnoESPONDENT.) January 17. A good many in this neighbourhood have finished their stripping. The yields in most places have been very indifferent, in eome unstances net more than from one to two bags to the acre. Between hero and Banyeona where the soil is mostly loamy with clay bottoms, some of the fallowed ground has yielded as much as three bags, and the old grund about 100 bats. and a half. I think the average in this part of. the district will be about six bushels to the acre. I am. glad to report that the Dunmunkle water scheme has been so far successful; the credit of which is certainly due to Councillor Young, as he was the first to suggest the utilization of the pump when the weirs failed. Many doubted the success of the pump arrangement, but it has proved to be all that the worthy councillor predicted it would. All thedams on the creek are now filled by it for a considerable distance. If it had not been for this arrangement I really do not know what...

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