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HORSHAM RETAIL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

I HIIOSHAMI RETAIL MAR~lKET. I Eeah bntte~,IA-i~ier1'j~, t~r t eI'd~,I pf~iT~] p Z t~~mt-in I id tio ls; Inm~lsto ls2J;pc'ator* 7o1p~r c .I~onkns, lyd-per lb.

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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Commercial. HORSHAM WHEAT MARKET. Times Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

Tintes O~qo[ Ty~rbrvEehlu nl 'rr~The~ntii wis ndt mihdoig n tbn wrheat markeot

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THE HOMEWARD MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

''"""TE HfiEBWAiRD MAILS. The Australian and New Zealand male, which left Melbourne per P. and 0. Com pany's s. Khedive on the let February, were delivered in London to-day via Brindisi.

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THE QUEEN'S LETTER OF THANKS. London, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

THE QUEE"S RJ ?Oij..Kd.. . L1. Her Majesty the :addressd a letter to Sir William Vvbn liarcoirt the Secretary of State for th-:Homediepiaelfle in reply to the numeio~i~dresse- sof 'ym pathy and congratulattlif?s ic6' hars beeo received from all portions of the BriTlhi-l. pire on th' occasion of her receutPescape from assassination. The letter states that her Mlajety is greatly touched at the enthusiastic loyalty nrywhere displayed by her subjects, and ethe affection and nevotion which have been evinced by all classes of the community. warmest thanks s all, from the htghesttq the humblest in the realm, and says that thi will continume he unceasing efforts to upholiI unnncaz~nelortdhe bryint ,An& to.pm?)te ?y ry way the prosperity and

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THE WIMBLEDON MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

W f BBL.. OI N . , UA IIUDER. ; i The trial of Dr. L3amsoh for the murder of hij-irotheroii'-tawF Per.-e. alcolm John a a sdentidl `;t-nieim- Hns'e 1 School iViioble don, by administering to him an overdose of ceonite,"va."hreuoglh t"o a t uo-el - It resulted in the conviction ifithe prisoner, who was formally sentenced to death.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

Geo., Lt. ;Inskip,· ,_,M: ,.I,.A;,, ARCHITECT, ... STA WELL •fR. INSKIP will be in Horsham every V ;-fortnight. -The days "6f 'attenrhdaheel can be .aeitrine?-firkm tho leroi o Works atMr. RasmnJsen's newbupildingo, Hoisham' Board andlodging, y. .?aWsoN.sTR9a,, i .t the Preinisrs lasesjy ccnpied by John S Langlands, Eoq. fD",S. J. IT. GREEN. late of Wandi. . ligong, begs to announce that she is prepared to receive Boarders at the under mentiondd rates, +iz.: ....BoaD &Lonis~ h (per week) .£,1 1 0 BOesInGo OILT ,, 0 18 0 tnd trusts by strict attentionto business to merit a fair share of patronage. Dimboola Land Board. NOTICEG.-h's rsby-srOn that a Loal Laned Bord fle e odn in the Shire Office. Dim booa, on Thukrsday 3rd Sarch, 1882, at 11 o'clock a.m., for hearing the following applications snder section 2, of the Land Act 187., and otherbsiness. • .. Bolrootyt •+ i.. Charles Creek, t14 Ort3p 2. George Ccttoell. 3Ll . 3. Charles . Goodes, 319i 3r 39p Gerane Oerung. 4. Ephraim...

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THE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

ATHEWOOL SLE .. ~: .·...a . .. ....... . . ..;~:1 S:;At the wool salos to-dao 8600 balee :were ofereadmakinig a total of 1i23,2000bal?s?a'i logued since.the comme?cement of .the pree sentsories '.An.ectine deomhnd for :ill de scriptidnos prcvailed ih thd mrkei;l :":.t. D":Doris0gthe 'ireoCtii ersiS?of wool ,au tio'o"a the' totl quantity 'sold op'to' the cod ofldast. weekamounted to 100,000 bales. At to:day's lsales 10,900 btales' reroe:catilogued. There wo a- oo e ?'le'n f o smah... . descriptioois. 'fediim 'to finsreasy an-crossbreds are Old to Id higher wa~shed fleece c.and sceoureedd higher than at'thc close oflast sales.::s

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DEPARTURE OF THE QUEEN FOR THE CONTINENT. London, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

DEPARTURE OF THE QUEEN FOR TLE CONTINENT. , London. March 14. SHer Majesty tho Qoeen left Ehgland to day for Mentone, where she will apead some weeks. THE CLOTURE. London, March 14. _ Str*o-'hiepl~hi tioid s have been made to tbe l6overnmsnt, withdthsview-of iodsoion ihesi to ~sooifiy~ tPAic~p~odi osistto iaBi~sh·. "bh&" 1dtsre in ,rlieb dkssotilomi' mo1 hi a' 'riss:f o_ L 9 puffin a top tthba bstructison of Uhilins~. The Governmrent, however, Bi~~-Od d0 ~r¶l'n7

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AUSTRALIAN WINE DUTIES. London, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

AUSTRALIAh WINE DUTIES. Londone Mfii 14. A depnutation, consisting of oentlenieic-on nected with the AustrAlian colonies, an?did terested.in-the?e colonial wine trade, ~nItad upon thr Earl of Kimberley, tho.Secretaiyii f State for the Colonies, to urge upon him the desirability of reducing the import duties upon colonial wines. Messrs. Sangood, Montefiore.and other gentlemen Were among the speakers, and Lord Kimberley, asfter listening to the arguments that were brought forward, promised to give the matter his most careful consideration, and to bring the question bofore his colleagues in the Cahbinet. . . .

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. TERRIBLE EARTHQUAKE IN COSTRICA. London, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

.EUROPEAN,. ,TELEGRAMS. 1ir1iR UAXSIN, COSTA' I:?Iy*'f .:l. -; i l : oOnaoio, Marchf3.I*n .7 ;Newsr has, ben'eWbeiTelr of £IatBritible' earthquake in Costa 1ica, the southern-most Atat" of-'en-tral?'Aierisa, and north of Columbia;. 'IT.hoqak *,eqxided ova ..J.r 6 Aiti baentt rU i lteii~huH t violence i the vcinity of Ualjuelo. Four -townhs weJre- completely destroyed, and a -terribleloasof life occurred. Several thou sands of persons are knowsto.haveperisheil,: and.many pr, hare been rendered home le.ss .-'-, -

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. _ (xa osThsta x~rfiESS AOENCY.) MTELBOURNE, THURSDAY. The last of the Jolimont accident cases was heard to-day. Mr. Raddle, s draper, sued the Board of Lands and Works for five hundred pounds for in juries received. The full amount was awarded. At the Central Criminal Court,Wm. Mitchell was foundl guilty of forging a deed of association of the Old Welsh .naReef Gol2dj nsmngin'Company, and was sentenced to six months. Rimbert Fnranconi was sentenced to one month's imiprisonment for larceny as a bailee, in stealing £2 he had collected on commis sion. T'k'& lrd Boird' will old theit# fli.it meeting on ~Ionday next, when it will admitted. - The &Telbourne- Bunt GClunblgre is sued iprogrmn-me fo-rtheir usual race meeting bon th'e Queen BFrBs tf d The 'enitries close May 8th. Oie raceis for one hlunderd sors, and four races of 590 soys. each. .o ? ookmiler ?h.o-subscribed 1!24 fo~"the? eolht'es '?o?t-he jockey Carey, who was killed at t4e late race m~e...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

COM11.ERCIAL.INTELLIGENCE;. Tin is 10 Iii bei, and best Strait and Aunstralian is quoted at £101. The market is steady..f t . .: ~o'ppe~r is fid at 70 for .betvallaaoo. W- heat' is dull at f5o;for -Adelaide. 29b116 at?ree?;. . -Tallowiwa dull~t?e?'4d for best Auslralian beef;-aud 45s for best Australian mutton.

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S. SORATA. Suez, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

S. SOBATA. j ..._-.~ .-..,Suez,.Mar1ch S.:.Or~aO~Autr~~a9pnr, *

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SUICIDES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

*SUICIDES. -o Oir (Age) Kyneton correspondent -wri:ing under Tuesday's date, says:--. A sensation was caused in Kyneton this morning, by the intelligence that hIr. Jamnes Peters, a well-known far ne...h:l Ihung himself at hlis own home, G.i-:h Firm,. near -Newham. He got u-lut of Id very early and left the licuse oly lcartially attired. His pro .onged absence caused some surprise, and upon a search being usade his body was found hanginig in a species of harn or stable, which is some distance down the paddock from the house. He threw a rope across one of the rafters and thus commnitted the rash act which haLs deprived him of life. He has left a young widow and five children, two of whom, jlioeeter, are growhn, up, nid are by a former wife. The youngest is an infant about ten days old. The body was quite warm .when ceit ddlin, "out life w.,rs qu ite extinct The-de- ceased has been frequently. subject to severeo bouts of drinking, and. latterly, since the addition to hii family, he Iha...

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Coaching Under Difficulties. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

Coaching Under Diffi culties. -0 :. ,lust now unusual difficulties bheset the Jethus of the West, the scarcity of feed and water for their stock necessitating stages, which demand much endurance fro:n the driver and liis horses' and'not frequently their journeys are performed nunler dlifficulties which, to the un practised passenger, must appear un surmountable. As an example of skill -ind endurance on the part of a driver, and as a "hard ro ad to travel," the Barrier mail rout stands pre-eminent. 3Mr. R?ay?ifdi?ii'etet mail on this road, and his account of the stages he is com pelled to make is "a caution." He drires right through from Wilcannia to Th;ckaringa, a distatceof 270 miles, wit hlout stoppage futrther than to change o-s:es,the do n jaurney occupying from We lnesday sniorning till Friday, and the up journmey from Saturday morning till .Mlonday .ight, thus driving three days and two nights without rest twice a week. Under the most favourable eircustaitces an ordinary morta...

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A Chinese Burglar Shot. Inglewood, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

eaoot rgaryoccurre at the Inglewood railway station early this morning. At about half-past 1 o'clock, Mr S. Bailey, the stationmaster, wg;iru~ ' ehs4t'hy atse? p'1h to'rze9" eci'fh "if'the window of his bedroom. The window blinds were up, and he saw bythe moonlight a man standing on the window-sill. He called out loudly, .aqkisngbwhakti ras a.wanted,,:but. the: tiltuder took no notice. Mr. Bailey then took up a gun standing in the room .loaded with a wire cartridge, and riked pt'thb~ g dftle man'Fwho at once· fell. Mr. Bailey then dressed and ran to the police stti~io:lt"robi"; ?li'h' returned in a few minutes, accompanied *ietathey ~siii~a man lyig a few feet from where he had fallen. Ie was at once secured, and upon ex armination proved :to bS, a chinanian: Tinknown to the police. He was bleel ing prffusely~froin theo right krine, adyd on tlhe ground by his side lay an ordin ary table knife.' He was c'hird t-'1hh hoslital, and was attended to im mediately: by.:Dr. Hearn, whho.:for...

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Arrival of the Californian Mail at Sydney. Sydney, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

Airrival" of. .the Californian Mail at Sydney. ... Sydney, Tiesda~. : The Pacific mail steamer Australia an chored at 7 to-night. GENEltAL-SUrn[IARY.-- -. London, 15th February. Lenis Achard, a merchant,in Mincing.lane, hi-s-failid -foF£200,000. It is .reported.thlat Gouneral.Skobeleff.in tendi jloini the Herzegoviniansn i " The B.itish Government adva?ces£,5,0o 0 towards anei' .Pwlar.expeditibo to sea0eh- for Leigh Smith. Captain Malcolm commands the detach meat of Vemen rebels advancing on Mecca :opyrocliii-the spiritual deposition of Sultan and.ths restoratian ofLthe Arabian caliphat. -ilettnilfrolm Aspinwall reports, that out oftO3 Bielgians who etrivd to work- ont the Panama Canal 1S have died. Since the cor mencement of:the wvork 1000 workmen have died. .... The special reporter of the "New York HIIeraldl" reports that M. de Lesseps' ?cheme ir .financially.- unsatisfactorry. . The capital subsoribed only rejirents half the cost on thelowest estimate. :i It hias been ascertaine...

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ARRIVAL OF ENGLISH MAIL. GENERAL SUMMARY. London, (via Suez), Feb. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

vqK3 .rR V,- eAi, jez),jeb. I1. : Thn Qnee.?'{ileechlf the oening of Par linment, was b5t?j'@¢epi~iaail -'lcngth, bu? it contained nothi??gshm was not previously expected. Ther'eFierenice to Egypt was very vagne, considerinR the present critical condi tion of?that country,. -7' ?. ? - r:? .; ' thi ?oiimrcia treaty, nagmofiatinsw -vjithl France' have niibt a!osed:hut will'he. prose: nteda with a ades'e to conclude the treaty; .---rade-.and commerce are-reviving, though thegeyenue bas, not.ohbxited.any, propor tionate upward movement.; The milddsiesf :the ;winter sesaon enconrage the hopes of better prospects for agriculture. tprGladstone, on the first evening of the Tession, announced that he would introduce his new Parliamentaryrqleg qnthe 13th. Thefist? clas~n t hstlie .inostiniptrtant. It provides for voting of the cl-ture,which must, Thowever, me supported by more than 200 membdrs, or opposed by less than 40 ; that is to s'a~, In " fall House 201 against 200 -.rrydhe cT-dComr;e:l...

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BUDJIK. March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

BUDJIK.; -.o (From our own Correspond?nl.) March 11. The weather was very hot here last week with a stormy wind from the north, raaking it very disagreeable, but on Saturday the clouds began to gather as if we were in for a heavy fall of rain, but only.a few droips fell. V atar is getting very scarce,nearly alltle.: waterholes si e dry at present,the wells are the mainstay of the district. Many of the selce-. tors are careless about storing water, in fact,. some of them never trouble themselves and the consequence is the unfortunate stock have to travellong distances to water. I have seen some people using it for themselves that stock have actually refused; this is not exag. geration. Something like thirty thousand bags of wheat have crossed the Border this season, now, this ought to be proof to the Govern mont that we want a railway. thlatio, if they want our trade, which in another year or two will be greatly increased as a large number of the selectors have only just come on to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

ANTED Two Good Sheiherds at once. S Apply South Wonwondah. W( ANTED a Girl to mind children, and V asis thoosework.-Mrs. Jones, Rad way Station. l ANBTED a respectableUGeneral Servant, 'I7 to assist in house.worck.-Apply office of this'paper... . ". . W ANTrD, tod General Servant. icrs. Blackwell, Pynoent.street, op posite flour mill. , ANTED. TO: SELL, one of "Ger hardt's" Firstclass tri chord, eight octave Pianos, The instrument is nearly new, and hMs beenoo well.kept that it is quite eqnual:to new. Terms can be rrangod to muit dlhahser..--Apply ., J. LITTLE, Clarlk' Unifon lor;,bilih,Horsham. i LET .-beroomed Chottage, aitoats ree ch il fled nA, wter alaid Union iI ib,. peaw....app......Clark, U~bn'Hmhm?·"'"" .?-; ·:. ·:":· . ' .·, L :iLond6i, Ma?rch 13.: l"' orsham Athletic &iub. rj1"E 8BTTIJNG-UP ati Pying o?r r. , s Ithe aY kes witLtakeeplaee omorrow-. (Stday)..edini p Sab¢rocirHotel, at 8.30 o'cloek. .. __ ._.Jua , m L~?L - . i-_ T.YOUNO. (ONE POUND REWARD.-Lost fromz...

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