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Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
Fatal Accident. A fatal accident occurred at Dromona on Saturday evening to Mr. Adam Scott, manager of Mr. Barker's. station at Cape Schanck. Mr. Scott had driven MrBarker, sen., into Droman ina h buggy,young Mr. Barber accompanying them on horseback. About 5 o'clock n:ithe eveiing Mr. Scott started on his return journey to the station on b?orsbneack, and shortly afterwards was found lying ,insensible, at a place, called the " The _ocks," loabut a mile from the town. As sistance was at'b nce procured, and he was conveyed hack to Dromana, and Mr. Barber, jun., smnihdiatfly.telegraphed to Morniogton for credical assistance. Dr. Goodsworth ar. rived about half-past 11 o'clock, but his aid proved unavailing, the deceased remainingin sebseible'froin the time of the accident, and dying'at'imidiight. The horse was found _ear the lighthouse, with the saddle turned zotmnd, and as the animal was a rdstiveopne, it is conjectured the horse must have shied, -ndthrzpn ýIr.' Scott oni: his head, a...
The Deep Lead Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
The Deep Lead Tragedy. With reference to the headless body of a man found at Deep Lead, near Stawell, on the 17th January, the police have made every endeavour to ascertain the identity of deceased, but without success up to the present time. Several men who somewhat answered the description of the deceased were reported missing, but they have all &nbsp; been traced except one. A man named Frank A. Bellman. This man was last heard of at Deep Lead in June last. Since then the police can get no trace of him, although he is well-know throughout the Western district, and there is everycause to suppose that the body found is that of Bellman. The missing man is about 30 years of age. He is 6 feet in height, light build, with dark hair, light brown or sandy whiskers, beard and mous- tache, and used to dress as a labourer. He is well educated, and said to be well con- neted in England, and has continually re- ceived remittances from his relatives. -"The World."
Criminal Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
Criminal Assault. At the Belfast police court a charge of criminal assault upon a married wo- man named Appleton was preferred against four men, named P. Brilley, sen., Arthur Johnson, William Snell, and P. Brilley, junr., and occupied nearly the whole of Thursday. The prosecutrix gave a detailed account of the violence alleged to have been used by the prisoners, who, she said, forcibly carried her away from the Albion Hotel on the 5th November, 1881, to a place near the Church of England, and subse- quetly to an unfrequented spot near the Yumbuk-road, where they in turn committed the assault. She fully re- cognised the three first named as her assailants, though doubtful as to the identity of Brilley, jun. Her statement was entirely unsupported, and in many important particulars flatly contradicted by witness brought forward by the Crown. The landlord and landlady of the hotel absolutely denied that any of the occurrences said to have taken place in their hotel happened. Mr. Powlin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
®tM. urnerRwps. Stook, Station, ce Com oii nO Age WILSON STBEET. ORShAM DVANCES made on id or Free. hold Country Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances male on Wool for sal either in the colony or in London. Agricultural Mlachinery and Implements -abpphe prom y and on IABERAL TERMS. .Every decnription of businesSi connected S &with'tiae Inis, !.sd ~ 'otfeli-iovernment Fire and Life r'Isurance effected in the best companies. Sales of Property or Stock conducted i:t anypart ofthie clonsy. AGENT FOR Fisken and' Gibson;: Stock :and Statin! SAgents, Melbourne and Ballart. \ Dennys Lascel l and Co.. wool and grain :. brok'rs.-Geelong. The Australian Mntual Provident Life As mrance Society. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New SZealand. Balarat Permaucnt Building and Invest. ment Societr; Valuer for the Ballarat Banking Co.,Limited. Auction Sales of horses. cattle, &c., held every Saturday at the Sale Yards, Wilson street, Horsh...
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 7 March 1882
LOCAL TOPICS. \VE again issue a special supplement with this morning's paper, which contains.various. articles of interest. Several articles of a local and general character will also be found t on our fourthlpage. LAsr evening, at the-Mechanics Institute, Mr. C. B. Jones; who has'loig enjoyed the reputation of being a gifted as well as an accomplished orator, gave one of his lectures to a large and appreciative audience._On. f coming forward Mr Jones was well received and at once proceeded to expatiate upon some of the peculiarities and the most 5 prominent and characteristic traits and I phases of life as developed in America. He selected several words, and pointed out the meaning and application which some of them were capable of expressing and enforcin_, , and in doing so the lecturer was exceedingly, happy in bringing onu the wit and humour whict, is so characteristic of the genuine Yankee. Some of the illustrations cited to support the statements made were very mirth-provoking...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. THE TORTNIGHT'S NEWS. HANLAN AND BOYD. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882
ENGLISBTHAIL. $obsen's Bay?on:Monday nidrning(. we are in receipt of Englishintelligence to the 27th1 January. 'THE TORThIGHT'S' NEWS. , ? . ;HANILAN AND WOYD. i t The London co respondent of' the "Age" . A gopd deal of interest is being taken in; the forthcoming mateli'lbetween HanLan and 1 Boyddfoi. the championship!b of the world - which is to take place en, the .Tyne on the 3rd April next ... [We have since heard that the date is fixedfor the Ist \lay.] A1lrady, Hanlan has been installed favourite '? iS to. 1 on him, and-I dare say even larger odds _ will be laid before-the day .of the race. - Hanlan will take p his qidarters at Pitney,. where he will'stay untia shortldjr fore: the encounter takes place. He is imatched to &lt; row against luoss on the 20th June iext,- on ivaterbsto;be decided on by the 20tli'liay;: and as Ioss meditates coming to England this summer, the race will doubtlesstake aiplace oilthe Thames; Tricett alsdrsvill be inEnsland'aboutthie tam; titmi ,...
THE ATTEMPT ON HER MAJESTY'S LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882
THE ATTEMPT ON HER MAJESTY'S It has transpired that one of the two Eton 1osys who yesterday received the personal thanks of the Queen forpommelling M'Lean, ater hs attemt to assassinate her Majesty, i the son of Sir Samuel Wilson, of Victoria' LOrdClanwillisam, the admiral in command fi the flyhig Squadron, whose health is"not ual tothe task of assuming the command of an c or the care of the young..priacesa a _O oan ?iway home accompanied by hin who. wenot etpressly to r.ttehd> upon
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882
ANTED, a Nurse Girl.-Apply to Y Mrs. Trevan. near the State school. W ANTED a Girl to mind children, and *V '. assist housework.-Mrs..Jones, Rail way Station. 7 ANTED iinmediately; a Strong Active V Youth-Apply: Soap Works, Borl sham. . .ý ANTED a respectable General Servant, Sto assist in hoise-iwork.-Apply office tITpWANTED, ia Smart Youth, to drive eart, &c?? c : a"ndA. Price, Horeham. WT ANTED a RHosekecper for five (5) VV Bachelors.--Apply J. Briody, Far mers' Union Hotel. Good wages for suitable person, W ANTED. TO .SELL, one of "Ger hardt's" First-class tri-chord, eight octave Pianos. .The instrument is nearly new, and has beenso 'well kept 'that it is quite equal to new. Termis can be arranged to suit purchasers.-Apply'0. J. LITTLE, Clark's Union Flour Mills, Horsham. rPO LET.-A Blacksmith's Shop, on easy I terms; a' good business.-Apply, T. Holby, Wail.' ' 1'0 LET.--The SHOP and DWELLING I now occupied byAh Gooeyas a drapery store. Rent 208s per week.--Apply,; Thoma...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882
JALLALA2T LIVE STOCK MIAR?:ET. March 8. Mcess-s Urrnun AXn Rowe report: The stotck yarded were 446 cattle, 82 caliee, 2.,305 cheep, 4 lanmbs. Pat Cattle-Of the above number, about 76 were std , l;lh?lity of tltc inder ranging Ironi' edinm to goodl, with clome prime: . ,There ',wa a fair at tendance of buyerjb 1, r2iidceean'a"moct in3ta1nce ruled nomewhat asier, than: tlat week.. .Quota tious:--lBestlpen bullocksh, to Lit 12s 6d good. -7,to -; raedin, .m 5 to x7, Cows at proportion Fat Olleo.Afall supply' in, coftenacontly only moderato prices were Ot?tainable, except for really prime qallty, whichtoldto .39s. SFat Sheep-Quotations:-Beat erooobrtd wethera i2ilot 17' 6; Ibdl?t tolls 6d; medium, .s to, 10: ; beat merinoauethera, 8t to'ls 24 'good .6i 8d? to7s 6i; medium 5 to 6,' Ewe at rpoptiooate nates..:., .. .. .. :1 ; SFat Lamb--The few in o: prime quality eoldwell, best making us 6d it wool, and 8sod shorn. Store Stock-Since oer last we have' disposed of: 1500 meoino wethers, 4 ye...
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882
I* Eplitmeu of News i * The `depirtment of Agriculture, have *ritten to Mrt. Perguseon, ssp eCtor of forests,, requesting him, to reportif there are iy?yportioisodf'the State forests suitable for wattle 'plaitations ;, if' it;probable, that suf?ilenteseed can be, obtained for planting 'on an esteisnie'scaleod hrs-tli-would'b?" the probable cost of uich: an uhdeitalifertb 1 ' The Clare Examiner of the21eit January; says :-" Mr P. Galvin, of Ross, near' Ruan; has informed us' that the teaantry :.of Sir Bryan O'Loghlen on' the Bailniilicka property. have received a reduction; of 25 per cent. through the.respected agent, Thomas IMahon,' Esq., C.E.. . ..'tle Iailwby department has had under consideration for.some time the question of suipplying the railway'earriages on tjhe various lines with water. A?gentlenman who has had considerable exporience on the subject has submitted a plan to the Minoister'of Riailivays for effecting the desired object 'and!this+ has been referred to the (locom...
THE LONDON WOOL AND GRAIN MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882
THE IONDON WOOL AND GRAIN MALRETS. The New Zealand Loann .d - Merraantile ' Agency,0 nnder date January 27th, report' as follows of the wool market in London, jest 15 day, aefore the comtiicicement'.:of the firot. series of the 1832 des : "At Berlin on the 18th inst. a public sale of wool was held, comnrisino 2919 bales, principally froi' the Caie' of Good Hode. Of this quantity I,f78. hales eere sold atateos which wore not quite on a par with'.tbose ruling in the fast' London auctions., Faulty scoured and fleece wools were in. little de: nmond. The Antwerp auctions will open on 31st' inst., and will eommence with catalognues emracint some 5,009 bales of Anstralian producee. The ncw River Plate clip is reported to be in. exceptionally. good condition. Arrivals for the London Febrenry. series of sales, for.which no date hasystbean fixed,. nare ao followe:-- ". Bales..' Ne. Southi Walen and Qneens?and.. 125878 Vic'orin ... . . , . • .. , 15,446.:!.?i SotathAutlia .. .... ...;4,15 , We...
PROPOSED PAYMENT OF IRISH MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882
PROPOSED PIAYMENT OF IRISH M.EM BERS. In Ireland a echemo has been started which has for its object the payment of those rish Home Rule members who support Mr. Parnell and his programme in the House of Commons. It is suggested that these mem bers shall receive £300 a year, the fund necessary for the purpose to be raised by a rate levied upon the electors, and by £20,000 which the Irish National Land League offer to aplropriate for the purpose.
A Strange Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882
A Strange Case. Mr. Justice Molesworth gave judgement on Tuesday 'in the Equity Court on the applica tion made by a Mrs Fanny Borall for adminis tration to be granted to t er of the estate of her late: father, Thomas Edward Gscar O'Flaherty, who died in the Melbourne Hos pital on November last, leaving property to the value of between £2,000 and£3,000. His Honour said in this case Mrs. Fanny Boxall, a widow, made application for administration to the deceased as his only daughter. The curator of intestate estates lodged a caveat, and she obtained a rule against him, requiring him to show cause why administration should not be granted to her. The deceased in Victoria passed by the name of Thomas Edward Oscar Farley, and the applicant says that his birthplace was Ireland,and that in England,Scotland,France, and America he bore his proper name, Thomas Edward O'Flaherty. The applicant's history of herself, according to her informa tion, was that she was born about 1830, brought up in th...
THE RECENT ESCAPE OF HER MAJESTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882
THIE RECENT ESCAPE OF HER MAJESTY. Nine hundred Eston boys waited upon Her dnajesty at Windfor Castle to-day, and pre nented her with an address of congratulation -pon her recent escape from assassination. The Queen graciously received the boys, and personally thanked two of their number, bho were instrumental in securing M'Lean, and who severely pummelled him after he liad fired his revolver.
MR. BRADLAUGH. London, March 6, (Evening.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882
NIR. BRADLAUGH. London, March 6, (Evening.) In the House of Commons to-day Mr. Bradlaugh presented himself, after his recent election for Northampton, for the purpose of.taking the oath. Sir Stafford Xorthecote at once rose and proposed a notion refusing permission for Mr. Brad. laugh to be sworn. An Amendment was then moved, on behalf of the Liberal party, in favour of modifying the existing statute, which requires members to take the oath of smlegiance, wilth the object of rendering it optional to make an affirmation, A debate then ensned, and the House divided with the result that the Liberal-amendment was lost by a narrow majority. Sir Stafford INorth c?te's original motion was then put anil adopted.