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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH 10TH. Peace, Progress, and Prosperity. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

-0 PUBLISHED EVERY. TUESDAY AND ?FRIDAY. -`; . .? ,FRIDAY, ;MARCH 10rm i. Peace, Progress, and Pros-.... perity.. IT.ias'en. tidulyhusannounced that. Par-. liamenit will be summoned "for the dispatch of business"-next, pgqth;. and; as a rule, weiner hte erentis announced. with those talismaniic words we hi?e quioted; iit is generally'raccepterQ ls ;S' fact in politital'li:icls that jhe' Houses will meet in accordance: with the prod laumation to that effect,- On the other. hand, ibo ve-wer:et adhodiitatively told that owing to the alterations ;and, improvements which are now being. effected in the parliamentary buildings, that their non-completion in tha?speci fled time will prevent the imeeting of Parliament'as' ily "atio??dl ??H A is-uesual-uponrsclroccasios d ?diffdili in anticipaJ.n of, such.an event, the air isa.Treanleay t tce, tlrrssmdurs'as:tetles prophets, who claim to be gifted 'with the prescience of fortelling the erets of the fuiture,-and to-1revealthen mean= ing of thos...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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A MINISTER OF COMMERCE AND AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

A MINISTER OI C.OMMERCE AND AGRICULTURE. The Gladstone Ministry have been.for some time pams considering the advisability of appointing a Minister of Commerce and Agriculture. They have decided upon doing this, and the appointment will shortly be annoonced.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

lAWLOIT ANNUAL RACES. e To take place On 17th March, 1882. a PRiOGRAM.ME. MAIIEN PLATE, 7sovE., l1 miles for all horses :tht have lnever wonl al advertised race. Entrance 0s (d, on night of general' entry. HaNxic., HVR-,I. RACE, 10sovr.; 2 miles, nominations 10s, acceptance 5. b lAwLorr HANDICAP, 15sovs., 2 triles, nomi nations 1ls, acceptane 10sl. SELI.N(; II.ACh lhC. 5-ovs., 1 mile, winner to he sold for O1sovs., post entry 7i Gd. " WELTERl IIACE, Smisva, 1i miles, for imater a riders only. Entrance 12a on night of Sgeneral entry. , .FAýstmc's l.lr, 5iovs., 1 mile, weight 12 stone, winner to pull 2 ton 100 yards out 0 and in within 20 minutes after the race. Post entry 5s. ' ULES AND IEGULATIONS. 7: oentry will bereceived for nyof the aoveraces" oLjectioln ariosiei out of the races, or other matters conaected therewith, slh.dU.be decided.by the stewards whose decisions shall in all cases lbu f : ihlo. V.R.C. rules strictly adhered to, (a far 'as t practicble.) , . . So protest ca ...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

S averdp75 werth of drapery in the honsekeepers rom at Mr. Marshall's large drapery store in Rundle street, Adelaide. The room of the house. keeper's husband, who lived in another house, wiksiftosjvards .serehe ,in " st of stolen pictuies'and drperiy'idoere4j,?he habasjd,'the wife,- anda danghter, has been iyj r lewetian, iiineti sh4,l a ai _oe namesareReid, were arrested, Mr. arshall has for some time missed drapery and other goods from his establishment. A man at Orange, New Southi 6,les- who had thrown stones on a Chinese house, was attacked by the Chinese. A youth named wcMaliQer rnatolhii:assistance, ~andwas struck several times with an iron bar by one of the Chinese women. He was rendered insen ilble, and died on Wednesday. The woman hasubetuarihted f .. Some hbiian 'remans have been found at, Braxton, near Singleton, N. S. W.. by a boundary rider. 1 Therewas only a shirt on the body. A piece of paper, with the name George Turner,and addres Liverpool Asylum w~as found in the'e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

WILLIAM ADAMSON ;0U. Produco Brokers,-B I 20 Little Collina-street West, : - MELBOURNE, etc.,- fonoicnmenta of Grain; Flour,, etc., for here or storage, and make liberal advances tLe -:on when required. GrAsz SAIe heli every Wednesday, andD Dans IsonrcZ Sal,, every .,ednesday and Friday. Account sales furnmishea promptly. ., R. FC WD & Co., GRAIN, WOOF, SKINS, HIDES AND TALILtW BROKERS, Advances msde if reuired when received into Warehouse. " - 17 QUEEN-STRI'ET, MELBOURNE. I-ThhORTA1' .TO. F-A-II-ERS W. & h,. REID, 3ILLI .RS, GEEL ONG, STORE WWHEAT FrEE OF CHARGE for SIX MON" 11S, and make Liberal Cash Advances at Bauk rate of interest. Guarantee market l.,ce at an)y time... : Write for partitu! is to above address. - TO WIMME3A FARMERS. CORN SAOCKS! CC N SACKS ! TIE UNDEniSII ;ED are now landing Ex " Car:isle Castle"' Direct from Calcuttai:n FIRST-CLASS CON DITION. Best Full Weights Sacke, and offer same at VERY LOW 'PRICES. Quotations given (ca application to: P1 I...

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HORSHAM RETAIL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

! HOlSH?MA RETAIL MtARFT.. Fresh butter, is 61 peri?b; bOttddols'per Ib ; ep?x.l0d per dozen ; cheese-7d to 9Pd per li; baeon ld to ls; ham;,lst Ls2=;pototgee,} 7eper ewt oniou,1 I per b:

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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

Coniinei~ciiil! . HpORSHAM WYHEAT, MAREET' Tihnu, Office, Thursday Evening. Wheat todlay was not quoted higher than os ld, [which naybe acccpted.no the nlai rknlne.

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A Burglary Frustrated. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

A Burglary Frustrated., A successful arrest of two burglars, by Senior Constable Marks .and Constable Hine on Tuesdaynsiight, at. Northcote, for tunately frustrated a contemplated burglary. At about ten o'clock Miss Pobinson; who lives with her mother at Northcote, observed two suspicious looking men lying under the haystack,audatoncecommunirated the intel ilgence to the house.. The gardener was nn forttiatatal'absent at the time, so one of the young ladies went for police assistance. -In the meantime the, gardener returned, and watched the actions of the men, who appeared to be dozing, and evidently waiting their opportunity to carry .out their; burglarious intentions. On the arrival of the police at the horse, the burglars at once caught sight of the :.blue ,uniform and, jumped over the fence. Marks and Hines were. however, quickly on their heels, and some gentlemen .who were living near to the house,also came to their assistance.. After a little: while; Senior Constable.Marks obs...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. WRECKS OFF THE AMERICAN COAST. London, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (Fo03I TIlE DAILY PAPEP.S.) WTIIECKS OFF THE AMERICAN COAST. London, -March 7. Very severe weather has been experienced in the Atlantic off the South American coasL A numblr of vessels l.avebeen -wrecked in the neighbourhood of Buenos Ayres and a good many lives have been -lost.

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Railway Accident on the Gippsland Line. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

.Railway Accident on the Gippsland Line. A fearful accident,which has been attended with fatal results, occurred at a late hour on Tuesday night, near Bunyip,on the Gippsland Railway line As the last train (goods) was on the way froin Flinders-street. station to Sale, the engine driver observed, when near ing the Bonyip station, the form of a man walking along the line. The whistle was at once sounded, ' but as the man appeared to take no notice, steam was shut offwithlthe object of stopping the train. There was a steen.incline at this place, however, and as the train was a heavy one, although brakes were applied, and even the engine reversed, it was all of no avail, the left buffer caught the min on the side, and strange to say, instead of knocking him down, carried him for:some distance alive, finally throwing him off on to-the side of the track.After the train had been bronght to a standstill, the unfor. tunate man was picked up, and calriod to the station. He was quite unconscio...

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V.R.C. Races. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH] MELBOURNE, MIDNIGHT. HURDLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

V.B.C. Races. -o IBy ELECrnIc TzLonar.lArI I1ELBOURNEE, MIDNIGHT. HURIDLL. Eros (Kilduaffi ... . .. 1 Black rince (King) .. ... ... G..norr:n (icobie) . 3 DeCtin'-- ,to 1 L'ro. Won easily; time 1 n:isa. 5 e-t. Ten started. SiEit' r1:OI'CC Ar.IKES. :,sa (Rawliis) ... ... 1 Frying Pin (Power) ... 3 BeUir.g ern on Guesswork. Elder's pair can: .Wa?. (ucesswork winning easily. Time 1 smino. lt asee. 15 started. AUSTCALIAN CUP'. l'ollio (Walker) ... .. 1 ' Wesinsston (Batty) ......... 2 Sweet William (ales) ... .. 3 Betting--2 to 1 Sweet Williams, 10 to 1 olhers. Duchess forced the pace, and ]'.l;io. cinaing at the turn, won by a length. Time . mnin. GI:.AND STAND STAKIES. atturist ITeomans) . ..... 1 Darebin (Power) .. ... .. 2 Santa Claus (O'Brien) ... ... 3 Betting 5 to 4 Darebin. Bathurst won by a nose. Time 3 min 37 see. Four started. FIrST xNUrSF.a " IIHANDICAP'. Solitude (Hales) ... ... 1....1 Frvingl'an (Powem) ...... - .i. 2 Allasnder (S. Davis) .. .... . 3 Belting 4 to 1 Solitud...

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Pumping in the Dunmunkle shire. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

Eumping in the Dunmunkle ' -- shire. The following letter has been forwarded to the Minister of Mines and Water Supply regarding pumping operations in the Dun monkieshire : Dunmunkleshire Office, Rupanyup, March 3rd, 1882.-Sir,-I have the honour to re port for the information of the hon. the Minister of Mines and Water Supply as to the work performed by the steam pump now under the control of the Shire Council. The pump on its arrival was erected on the north bank of the Wimmera River, east of where the Dunmunkle Creek joins the river, and within the reserve for the weir. An eight horse-power portable engine was hired from, and a contract entered into with, Mr S. Salter to work the pump. On the 17th of October pumping was. commenced, and continued without' any stoppage until the 8th of November, when the water in the river got too low, and the engine had. to stop for nine. days. Prior to the stoppage the water was raised by the pump, when workel by the full power of the., engine, a....

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Shooting Affair at Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

- n.ono ? - I A somewhat pecutbar sifbting affra>j c cuireý af the Bridge Hotel,"Bridgero~d, Richmond:. shortlqybefore half.past 6 o'el4ok n WedneLday evening,;Which resulted,in a yery erilous jujory. beingiiiflicted ugol a clerk named .Honry Jones, aged 44 years, residio4 in Waxman's -cottages, in cldse proximity= to, theihotel. It appears: that Jones, who is of weak intell ot and subjectto occasional-fits of intemperance, hail aqiarcel" oame'days age while umil-rtheoinfluence of drink-with George Henry- Clarke;the licensee of the2Bridge Hotel, butithe affair seemedlto have been'forgotten until! Wedneaday, wh.u Jonesxeturned to the hotel for the purpose of demanding an explaiation oflsome offen. ive- words which-'he believed had bebn uttered against hise wife. -Joues became very, violent and a dispute ensued,during which he. deliberately strucl .iarkenover the head with his walking stick ana'was about to del' liver a second:blow when the latter drew a small pocket revolver which...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURT OF INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

COURT OF IISOLVENCY. Ini' re Thomas Thorne, appliection for certificate of discharge. In re Wilii Itogrod, examination under soction 133 of the Insolvency Statute. .GENERAL SESSIONS. The Queen v. Jchn Millar, Edwalr Rldge and Robort John Barnes, stealing front the person.

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The Horsham Courts. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

The Horsham Courts. 0 - rs i>;The following are the Ca4es set daw fo ri~4ringnb the sittings or the Coanty CCou Ciirt 4 Insolvency, ned General Selo whiah~ill onimence tO-nierrow before lb, Haonre ri ckett;- C e-4fi3regoryvHeto . 7 Same v~aoeiner :: . 4 e aebsck r Hepbeeee2 14 4 S Moeldee 9 a 10 Feellervn 30 0 11 Gregory v eey .1911 12 eto artr Rel 'ia .19 s 13 Hocking Chisholm. . 10 0 0 1s5DenkellyPropeoch . ' 7 SIJ.Ier.l edgeeweec :.a_.ne_..- 16 4 I-67 Saeaeewlloee .. .. -413n I8 Saem v Pesse - n. ..' ·19 Samoa Starriclc31 3p Forrest-v. Aitk ..'; 3 15 p 21 Same IevBa... 068 -21.-White Veeghei 0:17 : 26 Iroland~a Mfiinegtoe 9;..n_ 0 23 1o1elingcv.'Slaintlaa 3116 p 39Clemesannn no. . arl . 6 1 30 Same 'Carrick--., 31 Same w Roche l 1 93 34 SaevElis... .. .11I 33 Forrest aBamiaster er 0 16 6 SL Sarno v Hoaop ". 0 61 21 Pa1 Helo 3NlSamevra2e. 6161(1 39 Samev Eag le .. 40 .Oamn Siprenad.. 164 4 43 Samer a .er... 44 Samo v' BPchuaaa . , "" :1 45'lahr Had another r" lnan.L. 11 4IS SGi...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

'LATEST 1NTELLIGEnCE. A USTR.IUAN PRES A`GEISCýY.) Edwards, the ehanipion 'long Idistancei -walker, is matched to walk anix days go.as. you.please against a horse at Geelong. Percy Bill, on remand, was committed for trial at the Prahras Police Court for burglary on the 17th February, and stealing property aslued at £13 from the shop of Edwards asd Co., drapers, Prahran ... Another efiort will be niad:neit sessionto obtain the sanction of Parliament.:fOr the construction of a tramway in the metropolis. A labourer named Oakley in returning. from the theatre last night was attacked by three men in Little Lonodale-street and rob bed of thirteen pounds in money.and a silver watch and chain. It was done so quickly that he cannot identify his assailants. Sins Budd v. Board of Land and Works was heard to-day-a Jolismont accident case. The plaintiff is a school inistres,; acid' has loan eubject to hysteria since the -accident - and had to go to few Zealand for her health since. Damages were ...

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The Horsham Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

The Horsham Hospital. The monthly meeting of the above in. stitution was holden on Wednesday afternoon at the Lechanics' Institute, present: The President, W. Drummond. in the chair, and Messrs. A. Cameron, IL if. Barry, J. Fechler, G. Schurmaun, C. G. Holmes, J. Brake, C. G. R?itmussen, Capt. Bowdcn, W. Iobinsou, V. Prytz, L. It. Kruger, and De Comuey Ireland. MINLrTES. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Mr. Barry seconded by Mr. Holmes. ConRnE.PONDENCE. The following letter from the Melbourne Treasury in reference to the reduction of the 'grant to the hospital was read as follows : Treasury, Melbourne, Feb. 18, 1SS2 SIn,-I have the honor to acknfowledge the receipt of your letter of the 13th inst., and to inform you in reply that the reduction in the grant in aid of the Horsham HIospital is deemed to have been justified having in vies the position of the institution as disclosed in pi a Annul itatesneutof R=ceilte ald Ex ienditure, and the pressie...

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Horsham Police Court. THURSDAY, MARCH 9. (Before Messrs S. B. Bolton, and H. R. Kruger, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

Horsham Police Court. Tno?nss.or, MAnRC 9. :(Before %Messrs S. B. Bolton, and H. R. Kruger, J's.P.) Samuel Blackett was charged with having stolen a silver pin from Thomas Hunter a boarder at Briody's Hotel.- -Mr. Perry ap peared for.the prisoner.: Thomas Hunter deposed: I am a groom and lodge at Briody's.. On Monday the 27th February, I went to Kewell, and returned on the following Tlhursday. When I reached home it, was late, and I slept.in the stable, my room beingoccupied. Orithe'following day I saw prisoner wearing the pin.. It is worth 8s Gd.- Wheh I cha'rged the prisd~neir With having stolen the i pin,- he replied " that he had only taken it fora lark." To Mr. Perry: When I asked the prisoner for.the pin, he give it to me andisaidihe had only taken it for alark. I did not say when the pin was returned "that there would be no more bother over it." ;I laid this inform ation on the Saturday, the day after I received* the pin lfrom the prisoner. I gave informationi of my loss on t...

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

LOCAL TOPICS. I AT the meeting of the Stawell Shire Council on March 7, Cr. S. Carter, delegate from the \Vimmera Shire, said hehadbeen deputed to attend the Stawell Council meet .ing.to.ask the Council to assist in carrying out a water trust for the district, as the head waters of the Wimmera were in the Stawell shire. His colleagues were anxious to carry out Messrs. Gordon and Black's scheme. In answer .to Cr Ollard," Cr Carter said their principal 'desire was to carry out the i Lake Lonsdale scheme, as it would benefit the largest number of ratepayers in the district. It was intended to have a sluice-g'e at Lake Lonsdale, and let down the water as it was.wanted. Cr.Jennings moved that'a commnittee be appointed to confer with tha Councilsin:erested in.. the matter, -to see if something could be done. lie would oug gent that a committee, consisting of the iraesidenit for.the West Riding. Cr Trouette for the East, Cr Wettenhall for the North East, and himsolf for the North,be.appoin...

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EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY. [TIMES, 27TH JANUARY.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 10 March 1882

EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF CON-i SPIRACY. LTmse, 27ne JATsaO Y.] Seldom has a more singular case occupied the attention of a court of law that the charge of conspiracy to defraud the North Eastern Railway Company, which after four days' hearing befre MIr. Justice Mathew at the Durham Assize, terminated yesterday, in a verdict for the defendants. The alleged conspirators are Dr. Abrath and Michael WI'\lann, the first a me?ical man, enjoying a large practice in Sunderland, and well known for .many years in that town ; the second a young Irishman of humble position, described by the somewhat elastic title of "ggeneral dealer." This rather oddly assorted pair were alleged to have been brought together through a collision which occurred on the North-Eastern Company's line on'the 10th of September, 1880. f'Mann was a third-class passenger .ih: "tat oc.asion, and a few days afterwards having consulted Dr. Abrath professionally, he made''a claim upon the company for compensation, allegiog that...

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