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

i ?.Jwrorrcelg,,: "':~ SThe talbou'rne 'corfespondent of.the 'C reawick Advertise,. -writes::-,f peculiar affi'dfrJi s~sila "fh'ieotrir -ay by at p Mrs. M'Esoy, whose marriage, under-sc-l romantic cireumstanceso~e hith 'the'~ P ng erilatt'erh?,?.wh ale"e'd tiauthe' did otre:. cover:eobrietv untilfourdays aftkrif'fad been. consummated; attraeted attentidn at the? ti'me, oa a 'voy-states-that-she employed a Mr. Robert Boyle. Patey. who conducts legal cases;, under the representa tion that he acts for MirLowe; a solieitor, at Dandenotig, 'to defend the divorce suit brought against Ier by her husband. She lleges Patay auggeestd-shn huuhi geec In. stead someI money, from her husband as a bnbe for not defeding the suit. She agreed to take £100. Subsequently Patey emid he had obtaiied this sum from Mr. Keogh, her husband's'attorney, but this would niot be. paid to her notil the divores was granted. To satisfy her he agreed the money selold be banked in the City of Melbourne Bank in the joi...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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The Insurance Frauds. Adelaide, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

o?i I? 5 1 .- 1 P. " The .jaggqgc tav~r Adelaide, March 15. The inrance conspirncy case was re snmed on Tuesday. Doctors Dunlop; and DavisThomas gave evidence of the natire of phthisis. Wmin. H~alliday, clerk, examined, statedtthahe.occanied the same room as Weatherhead at Mra. Blair's house, in HRor. seatta-terrace, from July to November, 1i881, when the latter was very ill, slat bloo ,ada coughed. Weatherhead lived there about three months. Other witnesses were ex mined, but the evidence of Mrs. Littll!? was most sensational. She stated she 4ay the wife of George Littlewood, 88, BaW street, Emerald-hill, Melbourne. She cnew Hicks, who came to her place on the Trp day before New Year's day; a person "l[n mrs. Goppage came with him; he reate tiwo rooms for the iralid for six weeks at 0s a I -OMSkier lifr or ,o ,Vratrerhead; did?lot taeortii the~invlid's nine. Hicks 1id av .' iedt idiedhce;e -knadj sak d ?ipn'-litherhed's name to show his peneipaln B e.?--ihtness-afterwards went" to ...

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

---The Water Famine. .The settlers at Mount Wycheproof are suffering terribly from want of water. They 'he d4pendinigon·-Moffatt's will, which is brakish, and Fiiilay's: welh - Th'e later intimated, for self protection, that he cannot supply--any-more. Over 300 settlers are famishing, and cannot be relieved, as Donald istlie neafest railway station.r'Fidni:therd. 'sDci:al~oitei trasin' th? -isnon ler of t?anks, have been sent to supply it and Burrereo. Tie Loddoiniveris dry, and consequently pumping operations to supplyKiimpanyel and other cre~eki are ansuspended, There is no sign of rain, and probably, no change !will take place until attiin.: From Maffra,: 'the ~ Sinripohdeist oftli? Gippsland" Mercury," writes :-The scarcity -nf water, attendant upon the leegthtnld drought, is causing tohside-able? ia'- both .i. the tdWhiahip and. uiitlying.- district. Cattle have to be driven, to the river every evening. in many casesa distance of a ass miles, and the townsfolk are wholly depen ...

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Nhill and West Wimmera Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

West?wim?rk, Turf Club. .s",, The ennn5at weehog oft tbei - rois race - cluob was held at the couree.ln one of 'Mi 'W. M'Bonald's paddocks, Nhill, on ~T~iaay. I nl the morning the sky was overeast, and abonut 9 o'clock heavy -raincommenced to fall. The rain, hF. wever, C.don cleared and by the time apoioted for.strfing irst race the dayway lovely. "There wee over 400 people on he" gi-ound during~the day, and no doubt many more front adietande wouldi have put in an appearance had3they not been deterred by the threatetiig aispect of the weather in the early. p~art ofthe morning. Te ar,anogementae.stee allcAt plete, which reflects creditably-on the bbm' mittee of manasenient and 'othe s n. secretary. The fields were not sogooda they might hsve been, but all the:horses'en. tered wibh thie exception of Sunshine,twho was scratched after runniog in two races. The course, which is a very good one and "well adapted for the sport, presenting qilte a lively apieaarse. The large nunmber of ganm...

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Serious Tramway Accident in New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

Serious Trarmway Accident in New South Wales. An Are?s teleeram from Sydney or Tra-- day says--Further partictoras with re.p ct to the collision on the Camdea tram:.y are :noi to hand. It appears that alh vt five o'clock yesterday afternoon a tram. h.WailF laden with parsons who had attended a land sale at Camden, was approaching th unin line at Camphellteown, whea, thrte:gh ths poihts not havin- been pro?erly aojslsht, the motor coming dowarn the inclinec r:n into a blind siding, dashing into n.d amdmia-n up a lot of ballast waggons bhloleing to e contractors. The force of the cncOslon, was so great :that not only the.motr, haot the attached car nearest it were raise ad p trom the. ground. The paIscengers nrsre geatly alanrmnel,- and mny mcere or !eas injured, though nonoe seriously. Tho injories appoar-to he chiefly confined to buises, concussiono, and s.ocks of the nervons system. Amrnang these moet anrt wvere MTsa Eanis, of Cumherland etrcet, Glebe; Mlrs Maxwell, of Fey street, ...

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CANNUM. March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

CANNUM.IY (From our own Correspondent.) March 10... I Our Sabbath .chool picnic was a decided success. The place selected for the picnic was on the reserve opposite Cannum South state 'school. This site i3 not all that could be desired ; what trees there are giving little shade, but when social enjoyment is the order of the day our Indlian summer sun will not prevent young and old from enjoying themselves. About haLf past 11 o'clock tkiiho began::to~ beh lively: on' the play ground.- and Mr. ansd Mrs. Haytor were to be seen ..with .their happy smiles exerting themselves with the assistance of -Mr... Clark and othersini'pre pariig 'for the childrens spread; whichr was all that could he desred. About seventy childiren sat down and did ample justice to the good things con tantly brought hefore them, and this was continued until the children were glad to retire. When.nbout 130 of those of maturer years had been enter tained art-the siiumptuous sprend, the'.a: Ientiou of: Mr. 11aytor, Mr...

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WARRACKNABEAL. March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

Mr. Rowe occupied the chair, and few pimtable: renatks explaineithe olC]?ijecCof.the Ii i ~ ~ ia-r i meeting, which was to! try: ahd preserve whatlittle water was leftu fori .oiiuinption frcm the droves of cattle which.?were':being continuaall driven to it. Various schemes were prponided. Some ert h .r the creek being fenced off, ohiesi tnata.'inking should be tried, it being stated that some 'of the Chinese gardeners after sinking for thirteen feet had obtained very good water. Conn. illortPhillipsestated trathe was empoweredn by the dtArnaud- Council to- have ?rfew ,wells.alnkin the neighborhood,-and that 'th Goieernmeht hla undertaken tA send up' a 'few w·ater-lifts .free of charge. Afir. Gk~ Bell, presidentof the Wimmerashire ornnceil, seid he was not empowered to undertake hny responsibility outside" of the council meetings, bufet f they got apetition up, he would give it his support. - It h? iiltiniatelydcidoed ted adopt the snggestion of Mr. Phillips; as wellalso asn having a...

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Horsham Police Court. THURSDAY, 16TH MARCH. (Before Messrs. S. B. Bolton and A. Cameron, J's.P.) FALSE PRETENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

i Hllorsham Police Court. :: TiWRistDAr, 16Th idAnI t. (Before eessrs. S. B. Bolton an A: . ,. Cam'eron,' Joe. L . S FALSE PIETENCEo .: . ' Duncan ti1i,,on ia?s-' charged with hav ins obftriifie moey under false pretences. Mr. Ireland sidi that the: chkrgei as ori-: gidially preferred by. Mr. R. ,T.- Knight, bht. as the matter: liWa'.buca~r?rn?d anoi tihe mn? ey paid, hle was authorisedo to sky that no ftlther'steps w6Id libe tken in the matter. Theaecused was then discharged. ..... i 1a'.wFLLY KItNGac.A snsOR ? S qpinec .f?ooni naid eor Arge 'riham, Patehetu were charged writh hlvihg vilfillly destroyeda ?hay mar', the property olJabaz Jose, of Kenrnys "Frd, seia: 'oiraigy last. :Lri Ireland, ;p?ler.el for the oprisoners;T: :;; hsariesl'-Iie.deoposed,: ;I am?.e;bchrocal hueneri;lnd abhet, the. 8th Febritary last I wa. in Cumibi's eniploy; he was in .hor sham os that-date; en his.returningihdnic.e hal.a:convcersation: nith:1 lm .iComnii slid, "1havd been in. Hlorshanm and s ee':Jomn...

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THE IRISH SUSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

S THE IRISH SUSPEC'TS. The Rn"di .l members of the House of Commons are agita3ting for a mitigation of the prison treatment towards the Iri.h mem bers of Parliament '.Kil o?ther siispects who ard at pre.ent confined in Kilmainham gaol under the Coercionh Act. .

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THE WARRACKNABEAL RACES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HORSHAM TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

THE WARRACKNADEAL RACES. TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE IIOt.IIAM TI5SL. Sir,-I wish to draw your attentio?, a?n also the attention of the geSnerl ;ub'ie, t a gross injustice that was perlterateit in con. nection with the Warrackn-slse.ld Ilauldi Hurdle Race. The facts sf the eaee use these-Misty Mlorn ran :r unl the third hurdle from the start, which of cou-e Imt him our of the race, the other tno IIserFt .laroonsa andt Gotlfinder--,,ing strsi:ht The riler of Misty *lorn enter·[ :I ,.r??:t against lMarooua and Goldtiler foI gouing round the same hurdle. an , stin:e t asy, the stewards entertained the lrotst in faivreor of Misty Morn, disqialifyin- the other two. Now, Sir, land the riders of tie: two dsiqrelL fled horses are prepared to in ?e i statutory deea ation to the efleict that the two h-rses went straight frost s art to finish, whilst the rider of Mhisty ,forn said hle was nit prc pared to swear t, his st t-mebit. T'ie strangest partof the aurtir is te f;sot t::.t thi stewards wouest...

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

CORRESPONDENCE [ Eoz" -ll le ters adreclc to the liter mr be acoerinec"Iy the pame :ndl d ol! eeLider not eceeeneeiy tor pebnhelti,, bi" ,. geoeentee of gno fih..o i r ,b.. i*lWo.i,,e selves in the slightest 4dege weih the oini5f '" r. pressedin this, our open, colssyse B rcl:?r°t rightto exise or men si.tettcnt? wh;ohth .?p. to reqolir it, 0s being: intempeeate. Corres~ dents will, however, uaderst~nsd tit in no rase in we alter correopondesce or reinee aSloisien , letters, bechse nn .e y msy eosli-t eich oor Sen. opinion-En. I.T.

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

? T? -he Tooan Races. (£he above annbl, me-eting ca-n oiE on Tueedityoist andtliere ws::a fair a uioance and goid'siorftbut oving to the sioiers of raim which fell so: unreleiltingly th onhout lth whole cf the afternoon, a .:e ,plete damper was pth otpon what wVonld ot'ereole have proved ttiave, he'n a most--?nvabe - day'seaport., The following are the r.s~:lt of the varnCisi eveaits: OAIDEE. PL0TE. .?. aO SOvt., lId miles. Wild Hirry ...... " (....Lay'3 01 SaitorBoy.?..?.......:..(.f'Phloe) 2 Melrosi ... ............(Anew) ) 3 Eight .startel. Schmidt's Mor·,l Icd tO the backi of the course;, wien Will ifrry for?crd ahead audl won easily. oo isknicnp HUoDLEs. :..:Of .'10 sorse., 2 milkes. For this event 10 comp.titors we.,h o . out, Sn~tln n. i ugi RS-venpencc bein, scr t:htdl. ".Greytioh.,,,b ." .... (Ralner?:n) - mme?rohal... ......(.. Reecm) 1 I Of 4 sovs, 3 miles. i tuimeri(a"........... .......(Ware l Peter. ............ ..(Tnlloc? 2 I t?woilock ........... (1'Lachlaon) 3 Seven...

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THE AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HORSHAM TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

;THE AUSTRALhlN NATIVY. AS S SOCIATION. TO TE EDIrOR OF THE HOrSiIAM TIM?L Sir,-Petmit me through the melium of your valuable paper toi bring a m ter in con nection with the above .asocitti.m uun:r publib notice. It hcs beni said b, some of those men:who have adopted A\tstrli as their country that the Austral i.ut .Na:irce Asociation'is' a political organis'tion. To this statement I give a most emphat c diniil, and say that it is unfair and citrary to common sense and justice to attempt to con nect with politics an association like the natives, which has for its object thi prom! tion of the moral, social and, int.-lectiuil im provement of its members. It is.al3so a benefit association and the beneli's *lerivable therefrom are the same as tho-e , * anv other society registered ndesr t Friendly Societies Act 1865, and why shounl say that it is a political b. -i- evand my comprehension. Tnruen. * ill their minds of the aserti In tives' Association is tainted wr litica feeling,-I am, &a...

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A Young Lady Drowned. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 17 March 1882

A Young Lady Drowned. Sunday says — The inhabitants of Echuca were startled on Monday morn- ing by a report, which proved to be true that a young lady had been drowned in the Murray. On Sunday afternoon, two young ladies named Hughes and Thompson took a drive out in a buggy, and when about five miles up the river from Echuca, determined to have bathe. Accordingly they tied the horse to a tree and prepared to enjoy themselves, the spot they chose   for going in the river being a shallow sand bank, but close on the other side, near the middle of the river a deep hole existed, some 12ft or 15ft deep. Into this hole Miss Thompson slipped, and immediately sank to rise no more alive. Mounted-constable Donnelly started early on Monday morning for the scene of the accident, and after diving for several hours, succeeded in recovering the body about nine o'clock and brought it into Echuca. The coroner was tele- graphed for, and an inquest was held on Monday night. A verdict of ac...

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Another Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

Another Railway Accident. o Early on Saturday afternoon (says ths Melbourne correspondent of the P.C. Ners) news was receivel in tooa no the effect th4 another accident had taken place on toe Brighton railway line, and thattseveral peeph had been more or less seriously injured. tna enquiries being made it was found that roe train had run into another at the WiLsr station. It appears that the ordinary ueo o'clock train to Windsor had arrived at that station and discharged its load of passen era Almost immediately afterwards the Melbourne to Brighton express, which left the former station at seven minutes past two o'clock. came into the Windsor station and ran into the other train, which was at a standstill. The passengers in the express train were greatly frightened and received severe shaki., In moste ses they were thrown forward sad sastained nasty cuts about the body. No one was killed, however, and as fir as is known no bones were broken. Ono lady had her lip cut,and the passenge...

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NURRABIEL. March 16th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

,NURRABIEL, -0 (From our, own Correspondent.) March l6th.-: It is truly. deplorable to read the accounts of:thedistress experienced in some-parte of the country through want of water. Although we have had a long season of drought, yet there is no danger of our experiencing the same distress, as we have a good anupply in the council dam yet, and should that tail, we have a ndmbersof good wells in the district, with an abundant supply of fresh water. Good progress has been made by those em. ployed to lay poison upon Crown lands; a large quantity has been laid, which has done good execution. I kave carefully watbhed the effect, and 1 find that the rabbits take it readily and quickly succumb. I .m sure that thousands have nit the dust, and thou sands are doing so still. A difference of opinion exists as to the best mode of prepar ing the bran and arsenic. Some are of opinion that the rabbits take it more readily after being wet, some again approve of its being mixed dry ; my experience ...

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OUR GERMAN COLUMN. (Specially Translated for the Horsham Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

OUR GERMA'N COLUMN. (Specially Translatedfor he Honors Times.) On the 20th January;?t iet M ýal the Order of the " Black Eagle," thehighest order in Germany, was celebrated inrBerlin. The ?'nmeror created three new knights of the said ordes f1hd Invested i.; with it, viz., the Prince Christian of Schleswig Hoi stein, and Generals Von Treshow and Von S?tosch. Prince Bismark has given in the Rcichtag iaexplantion'of.the Ioal:?i?cl~~i tion, in which the King-Emperor demands from his civil, as well as military servants, in the election of members of Parliament, assist .ance.AAfirst -he. explained-that-the"pro clamation wasaddressed only to those who ae'ieniployed.fii the Prussian territories, and iot.,to those.in the other kingdoms and f'rindipalities. Secondly he contradicted those expressions made by the Minister of Internal Affairs, Von Pattkammer, in the Beichstag some time ago, and stated that the officials are expected not to agitate against the Government, but are at full liberty...

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FLOODS IN THE MISSISSIPPI. New York, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

FLOODS IN THE MISSISSIPPI. New York, March 18. The heavy fleods caused by the overflow of the Mississippi valley is inundated. The destruction to property has been enormous. Up to the present time it is estimated that 85,000 persons have been rendered completely destitute, and thousands are homeless through their dwellings having been swept away by the flood waters.

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WHEAT AND FLOUR RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

WHEAT AND FLOUR RETURNS. The floing are the rcturns of wheat and flour diapatchedfrom the Horsham raitlwy statio for the week ending the 18th March HORSR.AM. ..... ... .- MI CH 13. Bage. Wmhe?t ... ... 5 ._Wheat . ... ... 198 Floor . 1 MaRCH 1. Flour ... ... .. . .. auacns 16. Wheat ... " .. ... ... ... = Flour . ... 29 995

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FLOODS IN BRAZIL. Rio De Janeiro, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

FLOODS IN BRAZIL. Rio Do Janeiro, March 18. Serious floods have occurred in this plo vinee, by which three towns have been nearly destroyed, and much damage caused to prooerty. In the vicinity of this city many lives have been lost, and a great deal of aniering occasioned to the inhabitants.

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