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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
Al Goods Best Goods hearesRate At the NOVEL'TY SHOP. A 11 persons wishing to B uy Fancy Goods, C itlery, and Plated Ware, cannot D o better before buying than inspect our Stock. Rememiber the Novelty Shop. .E ach article at the Lowest Price. Fine opportunity : ' G ood value for yourmoney,thebestin !l orsham. We have I nk, Pens, and Paper, J ewellery, GolJ and Silver, also the new Afghan Gold. We Keep the best quality of everything. Lots of pretty things. Good value for your MI oney at the N ovelty Shop. One trial will Prove everything to be cheap _ at the NOVELTY SHOP. Q uestions will B. emain questions until Solved, so Try for yourselves. U should come and see the Variety of articles to choose from. 20 sorts of Purses, from 9d to 10s. W edding Presents, useful and orna mental. Xept you try us You will never believe how cheap we are. ZZZ Novelty Shop ! IlE3ES?OE THE NOVELTY. SIIOP I! Novelties! Novelties! Novelties ! FIREBRACE STREET, HORSHAM. '-'T 'RA?CIS AND. CO. S roumAI:AccrTiCA...
The Horsham Times PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1882. LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1882. LOCAL TOPICS. On Saturday morning the Horsham General Sessions were commenced before His Honour Judge Hackett, when John Millar, Edward Rudge, and Robert John Barnes were arraigned for the robbery of £89 from the person of John William Draffin, a farmer of Wail. The Crown was represented by &nbsp; Mr. J. S. Garnett, and the prisoners were &nbsp; defended by Mr. Fink of Melbourne, and Mr. Aherne of Stawell. The evidence adduced &nbsp; at the trial was similar to that given at the police court upon which the prisoners were committed. The judge in his summing up stated that he thought the case against the accused was as clear as the sun at noonday, &nbsp; but it would not appear that some of the jury were of that opinion, seeing that after they had been in their room for two hours they came into court and the foreman inti- mated that there was no likelihood of their &nbsp; being unanimo...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 14 March 1882
DEATHS. DOUGHERTY.—On the 10th inst. at her resi- dence, Wilson-street, Horsham, Sarah Ann, &nbsp; the beloved wife of C. Dougherty, aged 24 years. A good wife a kind mother gone. R.I.P. McRAE.—On the 28th February, at Horsham, Lilian, second eldest daughter of Mr. and &nbsp; Mrs. Donald McRae, of Tooan, aged 11 years and 7 months.
A RUSSIAN OFFICIAL DECLARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882
A RSSIAN OFFICAL DEOCLKRATION The Rusnian Government has ,publ\shed ain official declaration of its viecs on the prese.nt criids that hei arisen in Europe. The declaration repudiit.s any warlike intention on the part of Rutssia, and asserts that the sole objects of the Goverocnent are to secure peace, and to aim at promot;ing the internal pro1gress of the country.
BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. March 15. Messrs. HEPBURN AND ROWE report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882
Messrs. Horicnx OO?D ROWe reporlt: -The stock yardedo irero--5S9 .rittle,9te?Jca 14,590 sheep;'495ilamb:-9Fat??snttleoSupply woo a full one, qnalit= ranging from medium to prime, host heing a dmf from Mr. John Thomson' Keilomnete. The marketopened dull at a decline en loot wreeh's retoc ote f ter the fihrt sle, a good number of country buyers being present,:priceo rallied, the mhrket closing eroy firm,: nita: on. sp-. sard tendency. 'Qototiono-Bestpoes. bullocks, £9 to £11 10 ; good, £7 to £9; 'medium, £5 to £7. Cown at proportionate rates.--Fat Clres--Denmnd wnes dull, and prices reled los h'best cllino'to: ISo. Wensold, 23 for "Sr. Charles lreen, Abh.idlls H. ans others,' at frem: 15 to l9i.--P~Ft Slihep2Alboou twblthirds of the'horoeasupply mere stores, qoolity of remainder renging from medium toprime. There ??ahbrish-demad throughout, and prieeo in most instances showed n adroeo ofolout GdI on loot "week's reiCn toki ceilt?-aqnd-?eolity into o-? coontt. Qeno oI'ons--st? croshbed...
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. March 14. Messrs GEO. HAGUE and Co. report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882
EGELONG STATION PLODUCE MLARKET. ...... ... . ...... .arch 14. renss lGEO. HKncE and Co. report :- ,ool-The London wrool sales are progressing atisfasotorily; eompetition is more active for all descriptions and the Continental buyers are opera :ting more freely. Prices show an average advance on December rates, of O0d to Id per pound. 100,700 bales have been offered since the commence ment of the sames, and only abont .1033 hales rith ~ancwn. .We offered aboat 155 bales to-clay, consist ingprincipelly of loaI feiemongers' sorts. There wrs a larpe attendance- of-bnyersnat anr sale, and sprited bidding for every nt. We eff'ected a clear anee ns followse--Greasy fleece, old to Otcl per .aend; .ceas? -lambse, ,is to 7d .per pound; sgrmauy-plcen, d dtolld-.per ponnd' .conred, in :fErior to indiue 9td to adtd per polud. Sheepseins-:We hanta full atteeda.uce of local and metropolitan buyers at oer sale to-ldy, and hiddtpg bthrdugLonut-?ere spirited. We submitted alecger.supptythsarlwsaovo ...
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. March 14. Messrs. J. P. FORD report:— [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882
MIELBOURNE GRAIN S~nEAR NT. " :i , "nMarch 14. teeore. J. t, Nonreport:-r. r: . '; Theo s eagobd demeand.!aor a. aein/ eo?,'?i t markat hba taken inotbew. rS§ jpd aaov at 5o a.d pee bushel tdppideA' sehepping. adat Be Gd per :behelap Gob-e?e milling, both e Speancer Street Swlro Stotion or Store. We report fSor £1112s[ PJlI-r tou Jot CeutFS " bT~lndA.aed 0l-17?6dpe:' pecnahel. Peosanaoedreaned toase dper aushel Wpre ft~~ pos etadyle .V~t:td rdp1rjttebra e'a r ld3~d: rofp d idfrm Se Gd La 3sld pr 49ePelP eeeisf.a'I e ree.nhaia ir at frjm 4 . toset per b~uhel forprime maiting, end feed merl 3s 3d per bash.l.
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1882. The Water Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882
- - - ?- " "o , .. . .. "" ". " SPUBLISHED EVERY TUEIDAY AND ' FRIDAY. - SFRIDAY. MARCOh 17, 1882. hi Tle Water Question .";? WATER; as one of the vital elements, is as necessary for sustaining the life in man as the air he breathes, and that such is the case needs no further :proof at such times as the present when many of the country districts are passihg,'mnd have passed;~ through an ordeail which has been correctly designated as 'I a water faniijie." WIhile the sufferinigs of both man and beast have been such as iwill not speedily be forgolten, it. is to be feared tlhait witl' the coomence ment of the winter, rains 'the-greatsne cessity for the proper' consevatidhn 'of water will.be ignored, and that unless some action is taken, we shall next summer onily have a-meotitioir of the aame tales of distress as we have been. adcustomed to during the present one.. One thing is very evident, and that is"" till some well-devised scheme is put into practical operation for the proper conse...
MEETING OF DEMOCRATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882
MEETI?\G OF DErOCRATS. A meeting of extreme democrats and sym pathisers with the Nihilists was held yester lday at Soho to celebrate the anniversary of the assassination of the late Emper.r Alexander II. of Russia. Speeches were made in defence of the right to assassinate despots, and great enthusiasm was mani
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882
i' 13.?oIILOCAL TOPICS. u"'.ln Eustices at the police court yesterda 1 'eirrcngaged. for some tine.-in 'ivestigalig "hlge prefe dd( againit DIOminic Coemini a a.cliiwoal Itrsw on the .M'Kenzic Creek, aina -min inhfil employ' named George A. Patchem. .-The case for the..prosecutioiwas . conductedI by- 'Sergeant' Ltarkka;* and I the chargelaidwas.for. the wilfuli and malicious' destruction of a horse, the property cf another charcoal burner named Jabez Jones, 'a: resilent iat=-Keinny's Ford; -Thb-o ly evidence taken was that of Charles .l'Kie, who gave. avery circumstantial account of all.the :lleged "particulars rilating thereto.: It appeared that the offence is said to have been committed so far back as the month of February, but IM'Kie, who at that time was also in Comini's employ, said nothing about the matter till Wediesday, when Mr. Jones, the prosecutor,alluded to the lose he had Ess tained. Mr. Ireland, who appeared on behalf of the accused, said as a remand was to be asked fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882
Ehos. snung's gatt. ToO~AS YOUN? AUC7TIONEER. Btoock, Station, Land, Fia' ~a Comnission Aghet5 - WILSON STREET. RHO EiHIAII old nnSadeonry Lan ses. h .ld dvances made onow Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either ini t'e colony or in London. Agricoltural Machinery and Implcmenst by th best Melbourne and Ballarat Maker., Every description of business co nectd.f --ith the s€ siahd' other. I4oveersieii l,~i; 4oio'dnt dur~d~p apro iplryaficetlY, Fire and Life. Insurances effected iu the best coml,:nles. ' Saces ot l'operty or Stock conducted in any part of the JclonA " bhen and Gijson Stock and Station Agents Melbourne and-Balarat. " Denys L eilac nY~ d .. wool ?n?g$r~in brbrokers, Gelon T rane Sciieiet5y. rv t if . The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. L;. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New ?:aland. , .-.,? ,. . ., , .'a1rat Peimanent Bu.idiu! and Inest. meat Society Valuer fr the Illlarastanking Co.,Limited. HORi.HAM SALE YARDS: ,SATURDAY, MARCH 18Tin. Horses, Cattle, Sheep, e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882
WILLIAMy ADAMiSUN & CO. Produce 'Brokers, " 20 Little Collins-street West,' IELBOURNE, R ECEIVE corsicnments of Grain, Flour, Setc., for sale or. storage, and make liberal advances thereon when required. Gnx'. S.'. held every Wednesday, and DAmrr Pnosee Sale every Wednekflya5d' Friday. Account sales furnished promptly. j. I. FOR) & Co., GRAIN, WOOL, SKINS, HIDES AND TALLOW BROKERS, Advances mde if required when receieed into WarehousEe. 17 QUEEN-STREET, MIELBOURNE. IMPORTANT TO FARMER S W. & A. PEID, MILLERS, G EiE L O N G, STORE WHEAT FIEE OF CHARGE ior SLX ZIOSTHS, and make Liberal Calsh Advanccsf at ]aok late of interest Guarantee alnet pit;ce at any time. Wsite for particulars to above address. TO WIMIIERA FARDMERS. CORN SACKS! COLNR SACKS! TEE UNDERSIGNED arc now landing Ex "Carlisle Castle" Direct from Calcutta in JiRST. CLASS CON DITION, Rest Full Weights Sacks, and oilffer same at VERY LOW PRICES. Quotations given on ep.lication to: P~ZCE, and PRILLIP...