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(Before His Honour Judge Hackett. MONDAY 13th MARCH. SENTENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
*.iO\D.y M lb :AT-:CH. (Before i: lio :.n: .Tt;e Hectrit.) SENT%:SCES The Court opened this -no:inag at E it-:a;t nine o'locli, when rhe three -risoneri.. ~- o Millar, Edw:lrd R ld~a , and Robert Jial B Trres, who had h1- n fe, d gti. e" n Slturday. were placed in the -.ack to :c.ire, their seenteuccas. Tile Crwn Pro'etntor, MIr. Garnee?, wa in at'endence. Up,,i the C!e k of the Ccuert, Mr. Hlohnes, .akiing tih pi:c:?, ? if they :Id - a':ylth'ng to iay why s-ntencee, ac-ording to law, hoalld not he pared upon thne, 'lAr. Twigg :a.L in a character on behalf f - Miller, f.:n his fatmir ecnployers in 'bouth Aestralia, :y 'say pf mitigation of ;ail-r.:.n'. . Upon b;ne ' a ~llu~ i- :.ilt-r 'aid ':at :the matter, so it: F- to was concerned, r! ire?e through havrio.g parl''-r:.f tJoo .c: :i He hiad a wife and.three eh idren,and tr!,t-I that His ilcnou-r no1d :- : in n- ] :'it the next mora`re, when t? ws in Lh .. ' : seoses, he was no only very sorry i .r ":-'m he had done, but 's had :-?n...
Horsham General Sessions. SATURDAY, MARCH 11TH, 1882. (Before His Honour Judge Hackett) STEALING FROM THE PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
Hrshanm general S iohs. ;$i mtti7x, MeltCo 1171, Iny (Before Hisa Honour Judge 4t1 STEALING !ROM TIE PE3B , Jo -_=Mllar, Edward Pudge, and8t John Barnes were charged with lha-ig -the-23rd December, feloniously Itoles R carried away the sum of £89 the peoe ar John WVillam Dr,tlin, and alsowi;h; received the same knowing it to he etolen. The prisoners pleaded not guilty. Mr. Garnett prosecunted for the Crow a.LMrFik,_inatructed by Mr Twigg, apro for iMillr; td MrAherni instrut -, Ollr ofSwell, appeared for Rufdlel t The following jury was empan?,cd. , y_ (foiilia),-~J. w. Miller, E. we1l, Smuart, J. Dolwell, J. Everett, J. p ab.1" Hill5dim,J J: Wheeler, J. BodJy, jar:, C Knudsen, and C. Curran. . Sergenht ' Larkan' deposed :-I-- s -,. prisoners. nt the, police court. o i, 24th December. I told the m 'hat tlev -,. charged with, and they admitted it S' slequently a written statersent was m;,le n I .\iitlar.tortht effect. "fr.rFinl' objected to any statem!i ,' i.; admitted as evidence, m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
Iock, Station, land, eaoe, ? nd Con?rmision Agent, WILSON STREET. HOI?~HIbL/ ADVANCES menlo on e?aseb.ld or Free. hold Ccns. y IL nil. Advances iades ,n rows Plopertie. Advances maoe on Wool for ale eitloer ii. Amica te' ! ry n Implem ' by bITehe.lj I .2 9,t " .51 r sapplied.pro ji , :'" 1an "LtERAL fn.l:. with the Laund, rndl ct:,er Govereale:it Departmcn:' conducted promjitly, etllicintly, and e,.oonooc 'ly. Fire:. '. "fe L.ssitrances eii:ted i, the lust cLa: . S,'es ". :" ,.erty a Stock "condncted. iu, arv p.cr o: .e c..'or :: E?u1? acid GihbSo. S?enk ant .Sitioe c..; _ellb'rioe and alla t."'. Deunnys Lasellsr al Co.. wool and grain Irokers, Geeiong. Ti.e Aust liani nt.ual ProI:d:nt lifAe A 1ar:1ce Society. . ' he Victoria Fire lnsurance Co. ¶T'he National Fire Insurance Co., of uew Zealand. Slsirat Permanent Building and Inreet. ment Society. Valuer for the Ballarmt Banking Co.,Limiter'. 3.uctiou `Sile of horses, cattle, Sc., h, .i ,arsy Saturday at the Sale Yards, Wilso.: strre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
WILLIAM ADAMSON & CO., 1Produce Brokers, 20 Little Collins-street West, ,IELBOURNE, IECEIE conanm.entsof Grain, Flour, etc., for sale or storage, and m ake liberalr2vnces thereon when required.' Al.:.?a SALE held crCr \Wednesday, and D.st.Y Pro.oCE Salt cverry Wednesday and Friday. Account eals irmishad promptly. J, ?. FO PD & Co., MARIN, WOOL, SKINS, HIDES AND TALLOW BROKERS, A~vA.Oces mude if required when received into Warehouse. ! QEENE.STREET, MELBOURNE. INlrORTANT TO FARMER'S T. & A, jE.ID, MILLEItS, GE.ELONG, TO"E WHEAT I'EI: OF CHARGE ) for SL' :,iUN'J?S, and imake Liberal Cash Advanh,~ at Lank late of interest. Gnuarntee marl; 1 price at any time. Write for part;culars to above address. TO WTIMMERA FARMERS. CORN SACKS CORN SACKS! r?' it UN DEIitIGtED are now landing Ex " Carlisle Castle" Diret fron: Calcutta in FIRST.CLASS CON DITION, ?Ist Fell Weights Sacks, and offer snne attEltY LOW PRICES. ouotations siven on application to: STA WELL. olR E. PRIC...
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
GAZETTE. 2 The townrhip of Kewell ihla'eec pro- al claimed a district where publicans' licences de may be specially granted, cl The general roll for the Booroopki division in of the electoral district of the W nWi-mez for 1882 has been declared valid. The tender of Messrs. Ereringlhm: Green- or field and Company fo: the supply of oats for the suppresion.of rabbits, has bren ancepted b: et 2s 101 per busheldelivered at.Murtoa and tl Horsham. .. . . :} ..: ' Robert Tweedie, and Samuel Sleep of i Jung Jung, have made cn .pplicaiofi fer. a b( patent for an improvement in gran sttripping. re machines. . . t SThe following reserRii.on l hLa bee' re- tt voked :-Laen.-The temporary' reservation, byorider oft th October 1880, of fifty ac-e s: of land ii the parisnh of L.en, situate in m section A, as a site for water. supply pur- ti poses is about to be revoked. The follow7int applications h'.ve not been in granted: ' Samuel H. Dleakely, 103a 3r.3Sp, I Veetis Ease; Al rxr. RIogscr 319a 3 3o,...
KEWELL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
KEWELL. RACES. The followiag age the weights for the Kewell Cup and Handicap Hr-dle rce - KEWELL CUP. Mr G. Pyer's b g Craclsman, aged, 9st 71b. Mr A. Meredith's b m Cincinella, aged, 9at. Mr J. Pentland's b g Gratis. aged, 9st. Mr D. Hogan's b g Sunlight, aged 8st 71b. Mr S. Lyle's b g Duffer. aged, 8st 71b. Mr.T Kelly's b h Sunshine, 5 yrs, Sat. Mr Js. Powell's b g Free Lance, attd, Sst. Mr J. Agnew's b g Laron aged. 7st 101b. Ith G. Budd's b hi Severn, aged, 7st 71b. Mr W. Kirby's ch m Vision, 4 yrs 7at i.b. Mr E. Jessell's br g Bryan O'Lynu 6 yrs. 7st 61b. Mr W. R'hinson's bk g Sultan aged, 7st 56b, Mr D. Campbell's b mn Sunehise, 6 yrs, 7st Slb. Mr T. II. Kiby's r g Roebuck, aged,: 7st 2ib Mr J. T. B. row's b g Saudboy, rg?d, 7st. ILNDICarp HURDLE AC-E. Mr A. S. Quartermaine's b; g Maroons, aged, list 71b. Mr R. Dingwell's b g Frank, aged, list 71b. I Mr G. Pyer's b g Cracksman, aged, a1st 4"b. Mr E. Jessell's b g ryan U'Lyn.G yrs,11 st. Mr J. Kelly's b ii Souncain 5 yre? 10st ...
DEFEAT OF THE DOERS. Natal, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
DE''AT OF THE E3SI.3. • .Natil, tIt ra. . For some- me past active ho,. i:;es -,re been carrid'd oan beeen the i"ed aid :O o of the ZuIn chiefs wlose rrriit'oHs are ad jacent to 'e.frontier.line of th- Transv-a' The Boeas hi'nimade frequrent raid-. 'd in cursiori wit?:'n thi domeins tof the ch'ef feontsiva, which is beyond 'he bonudary 'lIadtdown by the conver'cic. roM:.oTiva, *haris.ose of the nos- .-?iwe~ n.-n ia fluent-'l oa te- a res;. la miet the:-Boei3: wiLh large force ari .er~ted themdi - twd seprate occaioas wi.t''eavyr.lcs.-. Sto rndon, Mae 9. At the w.v sales to-day. 9,603 l.'es were offered, making the.total quantiy a-n-e the ovaenriz of the se;ies 80,203 la~'. "Pic-.! 're firmly maiatairt..
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, MONDAY (Midnight) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
LATEST INTELIGENlE. (AuStruEAItRSla &aacc.) MELBOUURNE, Modsa (Midii pt) On Satnurdr' the Englishmen mad 3091 i their firat innmgs, and tbe Anttu?lsans with five wickets down 228. In to-da7I-play, lllackham, c Pill;ng, b Midwiiter 6; M'Donnell, c Barlow b Ulyett 53; Garrrett, c Ulyett, b Bites 10; Palmer, c Ulyett, b Batcs 34; Boyle, c Shrewsbury, b Bates 6; Spofforth, not out 3; Sundries 16. Total '00. Englisbmen-: econd ininigs.-Ulyett, c Palmer, b Doyle (4; Barlow, run out, 56; Shitbalf 48 -,Bates 'otout52;8nt dries 14. Total for two wickets 2. A Swedih bar.ie arrived .::erday, Ktil :eporte speaking ohe Sobraon on the 19:h `Febtruary, n ?,c eks-o t1i1a'o~~ tit~_e,-~ d 103 degs. eLrS Situde. _TheOommittge6f C!eeend' ChalleneC ip ave'?~ eeided tohd the Melbourne C.C. meat Le credited with a defeat on their refosing ao play liihmooud. The Melbourao threatei legal proceedings, as due length of notice of mitch was not given. M?ajjr Geach sued the Board of Lvn I a.d Works for £...
Mr. GLADSTONE'S RESOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
Mr. GzADSTONE'h RSOLUTION. 'th- a.hte on .ir. Gladsons.'s r'v !r'on, which he introducel on the 20na nit., de.: cldaring that any inquiry into Iihe working of the Irish Land Act would bh iIuoppo:unee nd infuioidChis teen conts :,3 in tle .Home of CUoomoua dunang the pro?.st weoe. oan&?a breuSrt to i cdnclusion. i~t right, when a .di?isioni-was tiken. D?th fi ides 1!nstered their:full strengat, and Bfarly the resolution was adopted by 303 against 235 or ,otýingi ajo'ity o S Totes in
A San-Francisco Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
(waose-'ma BAIT FyaAxaosCO CRRONeCLU.) . .Bapiist' Gilliona, turned iai merry S m"iakisg'atthe'Santinge'gardenh on Sun day night into a tragedy,by fatally stab . 'bing Piett o Pastbrnio one of his partners S inthegardens,and seriously wounding his brother and sister, Antonio and Bianca G lliano, and Pastorino's mother-in law, Maria Isola.: The Santiago-gardens. are a tract of land nearly half-a-mile " square, situated in Visitacian Valley, a n. fertile lowland on the country line, about two miles on the left of the Mis sion-road from Five-mile House. The tract is devoted to the cultivation of vegetables for the city market by seven partners in the ranch, among whom are Pastorino, the murdered man, Gian Baptiste Galliano, the murderer, and Bernardo,Tonazo,and Antonio Galliano, :the murderer's brothers. On Sunday evening the seven pro prietors of the gardens gave a party, at which were present Nicholas Perata and wife, and Seravina Povesi, resi dents of thiscity, Bernado, Tomazo, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
-:F'! .. 1 7 I"G,' t rat Sc .nt: ýý1Pp1 V r. C'. G Blackbiivn ". ppl.: ANi r L a Girl'to mind chi'drii,;' and *ir - a jonwor,...Mr Jones, ! ail T41 An TFTD *iniediatid'y, 'JStionb A ~iv" v-- aoi'h- Apply Soap -\Vorke,TBor ; %I'AITEI) a respectnlnGenril S'raut, L;7r .;tP oon ho..ewo pp J ice 1, n cr. : .o . "v :...._. 'Xvt A.'i1TD a On-od Goiieral cer~i'ahi' 1XlOE!er'ahneatrEat Enor:bhnV1r I ,'MO" L ;ý:":~)atrc or'. ervant to tV aoiotinoiet ia 'mnuindingobidren oandigiL e hg bic worW :'ý`Apply to Mrs: I m vIui, .mdar; the.Statt\'o:li631' ný .A TED -T0 SELL; :Eone..Iojf'Gc rc_:avctr'iao+trlfoeinrum'git is pcarly Pat ~f~aieal' rl kep~ f~tf~t')i S 3 'guite eqnal tn atinw 'reeom, bianold. arra e1. to suit pnruliiasramOrApplyi (. J.'IiT.T Clark' Union Floutr Miis, IHorshnm. NaTz cF f@o 003 ohe ' r.,; r #?..s?':? P-: - o, ci? td -, ` ig. i M hthi c I 5 r00 tid y h O. . O.,rtr -_ A: nrillNre ie Idi o' Un eilds. eairc.. 3rchd,' on' O e hat' t 7.30 rl-cc s. ,t teac. . T . rc oundi b al., nyee...
COAL GAS AND ITS RIVALS. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
CO.-A G.S AND ITS RIVYALS. ,o No. 2. In the esrlierdays of chemical science, it often happened that the new outcome of experiments turned out toee something very different from the thing sought for. The utiliationi of gas, for in stance, foe the illumination of great cities was accidentally the reoltof observation by aworkman, who ws aonsisting Lord Dundonald to constructthe aplptoatus for a tar manufactory. That workman William Murdloch, who deserves the credit of betsin' not only the firot to introdncegos into factoriesand towns-but also that ofhbeing the father of the modern Ionomotive. 'When GeorgeStephenson was only twelve months old, Murdoch had a little ste?lm cariag running on the Cornish highroads ; its lamps st night were lit by coal gas, giving in those days the machine on nne?jthly and wizard like character:. Before the light of gus is quenched by the radiance of its formidably adrersary electricity-it is to he hoped that Mr. Smiles, or someone equally ahle, will tell s ...
A Strange Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
A -Strange Case. 31r. George Cecil Jackson. a surgeon, whose name was brought rather promi nently before the public last year,in con nection with the death of a Miss Hilder, as Maryborough, was defendant in the Supreme Court on Wednesday in an action brought by Frederick W. Hilder, to recover a sum of £400 and in terest, alleged to have been lens by the plaintiff to the defendant- The defendant pleaded that he was never in debted, also that bills, given by him which were current at the time of the action-were endorsed by Miss Mait land, otherwise Hilder. The circum stances under which the money came to be advanced were detailed by Mr. Wm. Waters, a managing" clerk to Mr. Matthews, a local solicitor. He said that he attended at the plaintiff's residence on March 28th,. 1881, and saw Dr. Jackson and Mr. Hilder, the plaintiff. The latter said-" The doctor has been speaking to me about a loan of £100, and I want yo to toell me whether ii is the correct thing to let !.im have it;" he add...