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ANNEXATION OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVNIA. London, March 17th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

ANAEXATION OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVNIA. London, March 17th. Tke Austrian Government is making great efforts to suppress the Slavonic insurrection in the Danabian provinces. It is announced that the provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovnia are to be definitely incorporated with the Austro-Hn?garian empire.

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AN ENGLISH SHIP SET ON FIRE. London, March 16th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

AN ENGLISH SHIP SET ON FIRE. London, March 16th. An English ship lying in the harbour of Bona, a seaport town in Algeria, was die? covered to be on fire, and before the progress of the flames could be stopped a conelderabloe amount of damage was done. The crew have been arrested on suspicion of having set fire to the vessel.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Artesian Wells. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

Artesian ;Wells. The-following letter on the stibject of artesian wells, writtenisby Mr. James Davidson, l recently ;appeared in the columns of the "Daily :Telegraph," and as. the matter on i?hich it treats is one of. gret plublic in'terest, we re-pulblish' the letter iii our coliumnsr:-; "i " Int i the leader .of..your journal = of the 4th inst., treating upon' the im portance of nultivating the vast area, the interiof of our continent, you state that "only one thinhg is essential to it being: settled, that is an abundant stirage of water for irrigation purposes." Now, sir. :you will be gratified to'beinfdrmed that a never failing supply is already siored upen the spot; that only requires Ircaching to vield a plentiful and con stant supply for'every purpose. I'mean by arteSian wells, hs the following ac counts will testify. I will produce my evidence, in the first place, from where the experiments have been 'made on land as'similar to the interior of .this contifient as any on eart...

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Discovery of a Large Nugget at Temora. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

Diseovery of a LargeI Nug. get at Temora. S t . Sydl.ey, Thursday. 'Fdr some time past the various claim holders'along the lead atLower.Temora. have more or less worked out the deep ground on their various holdings,which :were'bottcmed at a depth of about 80fc., anrd where: the dirt was not passed through 'tlhe machines, it had been stacked awaiting. rains to. afford th~ "means of cheap puddliiig.-- The -lull'is c?used by the absence of rain, and .this delay in washing-up bas afforded an op portunity to the owners to'thoroughly prospect their respective claims,: ii which they continue to have great'con fidence, . notwithstanding that; the. deeper ground has been eIhausted. Amongst the claims en the Squatter; line` which have been:' thoroughly. :Worked are what are' kndwn as. the Bourke's aand'the spare.ground, and: much. interest is felt in testing. the value of these properties.: The holders. have prospected and discovered another lead on the gutter,. rmuning parallel with, the dee...

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A Curious Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

A Curious Case. I A very curious case has been at hear: t ing for the last two days, in the law.. offices, before the secretary of the de- i partment, Mr Harriman. A. man named John Loughnbn died in January, 1874. He was supposed to possees some means, andi having been intimately t associated with a constable named E Martyn, he (Martyn) was called upoi; f in April,'1874, to say what lie knew of Lou;hnan's estate. In reply to queries 4 put by the Curator of the Estates of Deceased persons, Martyn said that t Loughnun had died broken liearted and l almost destitute, and that he.(1fartyn) took £5 5s, which,: he found irn a box belonging to deceased, to pay the doctor and to purchase candles and?efreesll meats for the wake, de~ised'being a Catholic. He further'averaed that soonier than see hris old cumradssl (de ceased having behen iia`onstble) buried as a paiper, he liadhiinself paid fo'rhe grave and the undertaker's charges, an outlav'which lie believed the sisters"of deceased would r...

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Greenough Bigamy Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

Greenough Bigamy Case. ti TI'iie case of William Greenough, ai char-ed on warrant from Albury, New g South Wales, with bigamy, came before v the Fitzroy Court on Wednesday. It 'will be remembered that on the last occasion the ease was before the court aMr. c'Kean, who appeared to assist the police, contended that the duty of the bench was simply perfunctory, and confined to the committal of the pri- r soner to gaol to await the issue of an extradition warrant. This view of the s case was contravened by Mr. Gillott and c Mr. Lyons, wios defe:ded the prisoner, v they contending that the bench should t, go into the case in order to decide if there were reasonable grounds for the a acciusation, and if the warrant was a taken out in good faith. The bench on that occasion p~stponed the case for a week to allow of the attendance of a police magistrate, and to-day Mr Panton j occupied the bench. Mr. Gillott this s mor.,ing repeated the arguments at 1, greater length. " Detective Duncan said...

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A Lucky Find. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

Many of our farmers who have either to exist without water or cart a thick and unwholesome.fiuid,.from long dis tances will' be l4d; to;hear that it is quite worthii little troubl?ao ascertin: whetherfrcnot agood supply nay niot' be obtained a little nearer home. This was exemplified in the case of Mr. Frederick Gerdtz, at his homestead; distant about five miles from Murtoa, and near Coromby. In time past Mr. Gerdtz iwas at the trouble and exp ise of sinking two wells on his land, and although he found water in abundance he also discovereil to his chagrin~that the fluid was utterly useless even for stock. But so convinced was Mr Gerdtz that a better supply was obtainable, that he again decided to test. his land, this etii ewith bbring rods.: He accord ingly selected as a site a depressed spot surrounded by red clay banks, and part of a stretch of box-timber land; and upon this spothe commenced operations. At l depth of 53 feet water indications became apparent, and on going a foot f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

ANTED Two Good Shepherds at once. Apply South Wonwondah. ;e ANTED a respectable General Servant, 0V to assist in hoase-work.-Apply office of this paper. W A.NTED, a Good General Servant. Apply at Pinndt's Commercial Hotel on Wednesday, 22nd inst., at 12 o'clock aharp. WANTED.-Washing by the day or taken in.-Mrs. Thos. Ward, Show Yards, Horsham. "O-OUR-ROOMED Cottage To Lot.-Apply F. T. YOUNG. TO LET.-Three-roomed Cottage, situate IT Church Hill, fenced in, water laid on, rent 10s 6d per week.-Apply R. Clark, Union°Mill, Horsham. I ?O LET.-A Blacksmith's Shop, on easy Sterms ; a good business.-Apply, T. Hodhy, Wail' :,t. ' 1i0 LET.-They SHOP. and DWELLING I now occupied byAh Gooeyas a drapery store. Rent 20s per week.-Apply, Thomas Young. I1O BE SOLD, Privately, aBUTCHERING I BUSINESS.-Apply, J. EDE; Hoi sham. . SOUTH. BRIGHTON BAMS FOR SALE, 2-tooth and upwards. Apply, R. H. Andrews er J. N Petter, Seith Brightiso. SHEEP FOR BALE. -2000Ewes2,32and 4 years old, in lnmb to good ranms ...

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Curious Identification of Stolen Property. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

Curious Identficiiiddn of ?Stolen Property SA somewhat rei'arkable cas of fowl stedlingicame before the mngistrate.at . the Wigmore- Petty Sessions recenty, when a labourer named Henry Probert was charged i`ith: stealinig fourteen' chiklens and nine ducklings (valued at £1 3s), the property if a farmer ih the district.:: The' son :of the -prosecutor gave evidence- to the effeLt that???"fi found in the morning the fowl-house open and fourteen chickens and nine 'duckllings gone. Amon, .the echickens six were pure-bred game birds, but beyond this he'was unable to giie aniy thing of 'definite identification;: ie gave information to the. police,'and on Monday afterneon a 'constable asked him to'go to the prisoner's house and he went, taking with him the two hens' that had hatched out the stolen broods. In the prisoners garden were a number of fowls, ani also some chickens and nine ducklings, aud these the prisoner said were his own, . the latter having been hatched out by a -bob-tailed h...

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Robbery from a Man's Mouth. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

Robbery from. a N-Man's Mouth. A: ratheircurious case of robbery is reli?ited by the " Courier" as having occurred in Ballarat a few nights since, an elderly man; hailing frpm the country, being the victim. The indi vidual in question visited Ballarat with the intention of having a spree, so ,the story goes, and he aecordingly made his appearance in several hotels, where spirits-not supernatural spirits--and he were for some time goodfiends.The latter, however, - eventinalty had a bad effect on him, and:he, on coming out into the open air, wandered, about for some time, until he found himself in a lonely .spot, where ,he lay down in order to seek nature's sweet .restorer. Re was very soon safe in the arms 'of Mborpheus, wholly oblivious of the fact that some individuals who had no ticed that he hac?four gold, or, as the Americans call them, " store,' teeth in his head, had. followed hiim with th.e intention of. stealing the transferable and costly incisors if. opFortunity pre sented...

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Blood-Atonement Still Practised Amongst Mormons. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

Blood-Atonement Still Prac tised Amongst Mormons. o- [FROM THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLICAN.] With regard.to blood-atonment.I am assured that it is practised to-day as frequently as it was twenty-five years ago, ,though not so openly.-? There -are no Croiners in Utah: and" wen a'oy is in death it is simply buried. Poison does the` work"andithere are no in quiries. When a man gets tired of his wife he poisons -hI 1Oii~' rciime' which was committtediier only ashort time ago, I must describe. Mrs Maxsiell came to Salt Lake City with her., husband in . 1869..:- Two; years afterwards her husband took another wife and one: yeai subsequezftly ~he was sealed to a third. .Mrs.. Maxwell had two sons,, agedi-esiectively 14 and 10 years. Their father urged them to go through, the Endownient :House aiid become Mormons, bound by all the. oaths of the Church. Mrs. Maxwell having led a life like that of Mrs. Hunt, objected, and in order to prevail over her sons, she told them the secrets of the En'dowment'...

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AMERICAN SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

AMERIICAN SUMMARY. The "Now York Herald" has sent a epecial correspondent to Panama,who reports that the aetnal condition of affairs connected with De Lesseps' ca"al scheme is altogether unsatisfactory. The terms offered by the French contractors are a mere bait for inves" tors, being 66,000,000f. less than the mini mum fixed by a technical commission, and considerably less than half the original esti mate. De Lesseps' weakness is mainly financial, and that will be soon so apparent that the action of the powers whioh -are interested in the canal cannot be long de layed. It is estimated that the damage done by the tremendous fire which occurred in Prnt ing-house-square, in Park-row, New York, will esceed 1,000,000, dollars. A treaty of peace has bean signed between Ohili and Bolivia. By its terms Bolivia is left without a seaboard, and the Chilians will occupy all minor ports north of Callno. Wheat" corners" in St. Louis and Chicago are now broken by grain purchasers in Cali fornia. ...

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The San Francisco Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

They, San ;Francisco Mail. --d The following items of American news, snpplementary to the intelligence already published, are supplied by the " Argus" .cor respondent .at San Francisco, who writes on February 16: GUITEAU SENTENCED TO DEATH.: Guiteaou, after a trial of more than 10 week's duration, was found guilty of murder in the first degree on the afternoon of January 25. Sentence of death was pronounced on February 4. It was a most impressive scene. Guiteau was permitted to ta'ke a seat at the counsel's table. Upon Colonel Corkhill ap. plying to the court to pass sentence upon the prisoner, Judge Cox directed Gaiteau to stand up. After some hesitation the prisoner arose, pale, but with lips compressed, and desperate determination stamped on his features. In a low and deliberate tone he began to speak, but soon his manner waxed wild and violent, and pounding on the table, he delivered him self of the following harrangue :-"I am not guilty of the charge set forth in the indict men...

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Melancholy Suicide at Carlton. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

Melaincholy 'Suicidoe at w: Carilton, A anielde which was committed under most distressing circumstances at Carlton was riported to the police early on Saturday morning. About two months ago a young man of respectable appearance and very re served dieposition took a room at No. 3 Goer Terrace, Ly.on-street, Carlton. He used to peak very little, and all the landlady, Mrs. Elizabth Smith, knew about him was that he was a messenger in some office in town, and had to go daily to Sandridge and Willianimstown. This morning the lodger. whose-name was James Gregson, was late to his breakfast and Mrs. Smith went up to his room to call him. Receiving no answer, lee:opened the door when she found he was very ill, and there being no other man in the hous she aked a gentleman named Mr. W. Newman, who was passing by in the street, to came to Gregorson's assistance. On- Mr. Newman! entering Gregson's room, he smelt laudanum, and sunspecting that it was a case of suicide he rushed off to the Carlto...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY. Ball and Supper. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

ST PATRICK'S `DAY. mall and Supper. iWe think there are very few who will dis. ate the asserso that there most have been 3methiingmore about the character of St. patrick than is generally the case with 'the ordinary minds of average humanity, or.his memory would not have been so reverently eherihed in the hearts of thousands in all portions of the civilised world, or that; upon ne day in the year, such high homage should be paid to himby Irishmen all the world over, whether poor or rich. learned or unlearned.' The same veneration and love appear to per vade thebreasts of all in respect to one who must have had a truly veritable edxsteneoand led a more than ordinarily genuine life;al Ihough a great deal of the little that we know of him comes to us more in the form of tra dition rather than in that of history. What ever controversy there may he about some ertails of his life there ate twa affirmations which cannot hbe ainsaid respecting him, and the first is that if he had notlived i...

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LATER PARTICULARS [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

LATER PARTICULARS Tur follwing additional particulara are from last night's " Argu" : We are glad to say that there is no report of any one having bees very sernously it jured.. Mr' J. H. Knipe, who was in the smoking carriage attached to the exp-co, complains of injuries to his right knhe and left arm. Another gentleman was obnerved to have his hand much bruised, and a third had his pipe forced down his ttroit. I young man named Andrew Webster, a watch maker, residing at Brighton, was edy severely shaken. On Sunday he was cai 5 to bed, and his doctor was uable to alf whether or not his spine had bee?. inojreJ. Mr. C. E. Asehcroft, who lives in Vieuria parade, had his leg hurt. He thought at:he time it was broken, but this proved incorrct. On Sunday, however, it was very mach swollea and (painutul. Mr. Peacock, a clark in the employ of G. W. Taylor, a•ction'r, received a blon on the eye which left a ra'y mark. One lady complained of being inja!ed, but her identity or the extent of h...

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Glenorchy Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

Glenorchiy Races. The above annual race meeting came off on St. Patrick'. day, and proved to be quite as euccessful as was anticipated. Thesecretary, Mr. Hartshorn, with the s~triatce of Mr. Campbell, worked very hard in every direction so that the meeting might prove a snccess, and their efforts were endorsed by the public. The following were the reults of the several races: Of 10 sers.; about 2 miles; urdles 3ft. 6in. a'r. ?mpbe~'s 'odesty ...... (An[rews) 1 Mr. sfewmas ' Device ... ........ . Mr. Campbell's Sunshioe was scratched Of.7 soes.; about It miles. Mr.'Coek' Fernele 7.t lltb .. (SavaTge- ) Ir. Proctor's Unknown Ost Ilb ... T. Be) Mr. l'Intooh's Jack's the ad ... ... se. assoscs r a e-v a /caP, Of 15 sors.; about 2 miles o with a sweep of 5s for second horse. Mr. Cemp. l's Sonsh SoSt 71b (Adrerws) 1 Mr. Cock's Fernle., 7st 31b ... (Savage 5 Mr. Bobinson's Snltan, St ... (Agnew) Of sovs.; aboutlmile; heats. Weight (not less thsn Sot. Mr. Jae.Kelly'sDonald, aged ... (Jones)...

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The Horsham Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

The Iori sham Athletic Club. On Friday last, St. Patrick's Day, the first programme of sports put before the public by the above club duly came off, and proved to be a great success. That many opportunities are presented to" ynung Victoria" for testing their strength and ability. is,in the opinion of many, a source of tcongratulation, upon the ground that such exercises are calculated to produce a more perfect type of manhood. Be that as it may, it will be sufficient for us to record the fact that on Friday last,especially in the afterpart of the day, there was a large c,ncourse of people on the ground, and that as the several events were ran off they ap psa.:ed to excite a considerable amount of in t~!~ t amongst those present. The gate mousy was about £32, so that there must have been over six hundred persons there, beside members and their familiel who had the right of entree by virtue of membership. Tirhe arrangements made by the committee were highly suitable, not only for the ...

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Kewell Races March 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

lIewell Races (From our own Correspondent.) March 19, The annual races took place at Kewell township on the 17th of Old Erin, and proved even more successful than in previous years. Upon the present occasion the weather was most propitious, and this circumstance, coupled with the fact that nearly double the usual amount was offered in prizes, induced a large number of spectators to attend the day's sport, some of whom came distances of over 20 miles. Visitors from Horsham, Warracknabeal, Minyip, Marton, Jung Jung, and surrounding parts, were quite numer. ons; whilst the inhabitants in the immediate neighbourhood of Kewell appeared to have turned out en masse. The softer sex graced the course with more than ordinary pro. fusion, adding gaiety and lending enchant ment to the proceedings of the day. It is gratifying to be able to announce that there was not the slightest accident or dispute throughout the day, everything passing off in the most smooth and .harmonious manner. Troopers M...

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GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

GAZETTE. Che following land has been reserred. Carchai--Site for public purpooo ('ile School, No. of application 2135), also with. held from sale; leasing, and licensing, ~ excepted from occupation for mining par. poses or for residence or business under miner's right or business lineense-F._ acres three roods thirty-nine perches, count of Lowan, parish of Carchap. The Lah-Arum Common is about to b? abolishedby order o the Governor.in.Coned The following attera:ions in the terms and conditions of licenses harve been approved: James S. Sco.tt, Lowan; Thomas Ena Wonwondahb; Sarah Nicholso, now Enni Wonwondah ; William Scott. Carehap; Williamt Scott, Carchap; William Scott, Carchap; Jamses Loney, Bungalally; G. C Ferguson, Lowan; James M'Ewen, Arapil. Martha Taylor, Tooan; William Scott Carchap ; Robert 3I'Clurc, Arapiles Matthew Dunne, Danmunkle; Elirabos Warner, Tooan; James M'Ewen, Arapiles, The following applications have not been granted:-Mary llulreny, Mortan; Areh. '['Cooke, Kel...

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