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

Parallel Poisoning. o--.: Ninety years ago there stood not far from Rugby, in England, a fine man- sion known as Lawford Hall, of which now scarce a trace remains. It was the property of a young Baronet- Baronets were fewer and of higher con-   sequence in those days-Sir Theodosius Boughton, a minor, a dissipated youth of 20. The family resident at the hall were his mother and his sister, the wife of one Capt. Donellan, when Sir Theo- dosius, who was under medical treat- ment, was seized with convulsions,after taken some medicine, and suddenly died. His funeral took place in due course, and he was in a fair way to be soon forgotten of all save his mother, when rumours of suspicious circum- stances attending his death reached the ears of an active magistrate. Inquiry aroused increased suspicion., Exhum- ation was ordered. An inquestwas held, and evidence elicited so seriously inculpatory of Donellan that he was committed to Warwick Gaol on the charge of murder. Donnellan...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
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KEWELL. March 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

KEWELL. . -- (From our own Correpondent.) . March 19. A shabort time ago a few friends met at Coffey's Hotel for the purpose of presenting a purse of sovereigns to Miss Dunne, late of Kewell State school, but who has now taken her departure from the district. The gift was handed to Mr. R. L. Dane who recesied it on behalf of his sister. A letter accom. panyi.g the present expressed the deep regret felt by the inhabitants of Kewell at the young lady's departure, and also referred to the many obligations under which the dis trict rested to Miss Dunne for the ever cheer ful manner in which she had assisted in all movements of a charitable nature. The pre sentation was made by Mr. J. T. Barrow at the request of the donors, and Miss Dunne's health and future happiness and prosperity was drunk in bumpers of champagne. Mr. B. L. Dunne suitably acknowledging the giftll. I have also to report the intended depar ture of another old resident of Kewell, Mr. Hugh Lavery, he having disposed of hi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

DEATH. LOWE.—On March 14th., at Hawthorn, Alfred, second son of James Lowe, of Lilydale, and only brother of Rev. James Lowe, aged 26.

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The Deep Lead Murder. IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 21 March 1882

The Deep Lead Murder. IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. (FROM MONDAY'S P.C. NEWS). We are pleased to be in a position to state that the police are now in possession of what may prove an important clue to the identity of the man whose headless trunk was found midway between Deep Lead and Stawell some weeks ago. On Saturday a woodcarter, named Bell, whilst following his occupation about three-quarters of a mile from where the remains were found, came across part of a waistcoat, which had evidently been vio- lently torn from the other portion. He com- municated with the police, and Detective Forster was apprised of the circumstance. Early yesterday morning that officer, ac- companied by Mounted-Constable Hadfield and Mr. Bell, proceeded to the spot where the latter found the part of the waistcoat. After Mr. Bell had led the detective and the constable to the spot he was despatched to Deep Lead to obtain the assistance of Con- stable Hillard in the search. In his absence Detective Forster found the ...

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Lowanshire Council. TUESDAY, 21ST MARCH, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

Jowanshire Council. " a--- -tUESDAV, 21ST MARCH, 1882. Present: Crs W. M'Donald (in the chair): p. Keeoop, G. Edwards, W. Wills, and T" Ward TENDERS. The following tenders were then accepted: EAST RIDING. Coantract Nof .--Forming and metallin?e Oeale street frdm present metal to railway station, Dim. bosla. Nantes and Cross accepted, 4 15sn. Contract No 149.--Sopplying and spreading about _l4 yards maintonaneO metal, betwreen Dimboola ?"Lochiel bIridge; anlso about 200 ryards for the esiutenani of the Horsham road. Thos. Healey (accepted) £155. WEST 1RID1NG. Contract No. l7t--Exat ratng raeroenir, about 01 yore , at tntdjik; also eretig waterlift, :roluhingo and fencing. James Alent (occepted) £?.01 0s. Contract No. 149.--Foarminglaot 6 chains road aeticu rc. Baker's and tarion Ward's selections, rikh l'e: rr.gienie. '. Viunlioombe (haeopted) £10 Coutracl No. 151.-?Ecantusin extrao4000 ytrds at the reservoir, Lilimur South. Ac. lones (eaceptledl 1193 16. Cosrtact No. lSr2.-ExO?Oattn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

SIGHTNING ';SEW ER. The New WILSON1 'Osillating , ,ITShuttle Seling Machine'. a the Best Sewing Michine in the world or family Sewiig and Mainfacturing. No cogs,jcomplicatcd'cain, or elaborate me chanism, Entirely; NEWI in: Principle ana Design. TRADE MARK. " Every VWIsos Sawxro MACInS: Guaran eed.for five years by Certificate of Warranty. Sole Agent for Australia-Alexander & Co., 8 Elizabeth-st. (opposite Jas. M'Eiwan Co.) .. AGET- JOHN PORCH. ^ G.- GLENIST ER Doaohbuilcde and oenera1 . Bhlaokmith, , merci Fr iEBPfl a and " PYiNSENT ST.S (OppkIite Bank of Victoria.) r" GLENISTERI wishes t ihtimate tllat l * tlie busine.ss lately carried -on by' ilenister and Munro,..will, in future be arried; on. )y ,G., Glnister. ,In returning hanki for the very libera-patronage accorded liini' in th'e inst;t h l hopes for a 6cotinu .ne-of tlie samne.:"' - . ' i G. Gd!cil-erligst'to initimat' that he hlas aken 'IILEEE FIlST PIRIZES for BUG IES; and Ole SPECIAL.PRIZE for best 'ollection of ...

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Dr Moorhouse on Irrigation. Kerang, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

:i rDr Moorhouse on Irrigation, ,'., I ",.:, .: :. ;.:J i Kerang,:Saturday. 0tt Satui ay eveninig the ltsgbt Rev, Bishop of Melbourne delivered a lectire .in the :Mechanics'. Institute on xrrga : "tion. Ahdut 300 persons were present The Veneirable Archdeacon Tuckec l:d. oc tipied the chair; briefly introduced the lecturer. Tihe Bishop. said :-Three years ago I predicted that, if our farmers onthese plains were not helped. to get water, two things might happen-=l. That any one bad season might ruin half of them; and 2. That if that calamity did; not haplpen, our method of -cultivation would exhaust the land and drive our farmers across the M'urray in search of bread. Now the former of these two contingencies has happened. I have crossed this plain literally from the .Campaspe to the Loddun, and again I have traversed it northward from Ray wood to Kerang, and I have wit na ssed such a scene of desolation as I pray God my eyes may never more rest on. As I drove in the heat and glare a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

tAI ANTED a respeatable General Servant, V to assist in h.ase-work.-Apply office of this paper. WTANTED.-Good General Servant. Apply, Mrs. Blackwell, opposite Flour Mills, Pynsent-street. W ANT'ED immediatel., a Respe t.ble Woman to take charge of the Presby. terian Manse, Horsham. Apply A. Cm ron Wf/ ANfED Good \Wheaten Hay CtlAFF. Highest Price given at C. l(ochester's, Produce Dealer, opposite National Hotel, Wilson-street, Hor.liam. T enders. r'IENDERS will be received up to noon of _ Monday, 27th inst., for Excavatiig a WATER TANK at Walmer. Speclfications at F. Williams', Wilson-street. CARTER BROS. Horsham, March 13th, 18S2. To Builders. r'ENDERS are required up tillApril lat for 1 the erection of Mechanics' Institute at Nhill. Plans and specifications msy be seen at my office up till 24th March, and at Nhill till April let. The lowest nor any tender not necessarily accepted. M. RYAN. Architect. - To Builders. 'ENDERS are invited up to Monday, J larch 27th, for Excavatiog Cel...

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LONDON WOOL MARKET. February 9th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

Pebruary 9th. feorsE Ho?He on SCWB ORTRE & Co. report - The frst series of London sales of Colonial wool has today been fixed to commence on Tuesday. 28th Feb'uary. t.Tho qoantity ofneow'arrivals to,'be included in, :this senores is limited to 300,000 bales and the list of entries ll be clo?ed at 4 p.m. on the day on o vhirh .h.t'faturo is passed; be tlat'bfbreior oafter the commencement of the sales. The following' arle -the quontitieo held?ier from' last series, and the new arrivals up to dl'e Held over. . New Arrivals. Sydney ...... 800balesn' :. 35,753bales PortPhillip : ..10 . 33 777 Adelaide ... 100 ..'0 Swan River......... -19 . ''Van Diemen's Land- ... 44 , '-ew Zaland...... 1,400 ... 3I10 Cape .................. 6,200 ,, ... 41,251 ? Toa?t........ 10,O00baleS 13ll233les. Since the eommeneement of the year our makhet has remained quiet. ':; '-::

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WATER MEETING AT KALKEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

WATER, MEETING' AT KALKEE. (By our own Reporter.) A public" meeting was held at the Twelve-mile school-room, Kalkee, yes terday, afternoon, at-4 o'clock, to, con sider therfuture- water supply of the district. There was a goodly number present, and fiie esolutions were carried unanimouslyranld-nthusiastically. Mr. J Nattissi: was voted to the chair, and on rising;briefly eiplained the o.ccsion lof the mee?ing,i statin that they had all eiverely, feltttbe want of a water shpply, and'it was thouglit'1le advisableito convene the meeting and to discuss the question:. '. :~t dam ·,The 'Chairman: then called on Mr th John! Wilsonito p~ro?ose the first irsolt- me tion, which was as 'follews:- '1 5?tAThdt this mecting!iesp?etfully urge -Q upon; the' Wimmerashire Cotiicil. the la urgent necessity for 'taking iminediate st steps towards supljlying the inhabitants to of the' northern' plai ts with a-wvater supply, as-at the present titnie there is t a. total absenice of ''water, and the to far...

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METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TEMPERATURE. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

METEOROLOGICAL NOTES. TzMPERLTuRE. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY HIOHEST LOWEST HIGHEST LOWEST IT the shade ,85 46 . ·90 , . 56, In thesun , ilOS:0 ; 1151 r Exposed at Night 40 - 49 - Probable weather-Fair. eozistered by E. Miller.

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INSTRUCTIONS OF THE MINISTER OF MARINE TO THE RUSSIAN ADMIRAL ASLANBEGOFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

INSTRUCTIONS. OF THE MINISTER OF MARINE TO THE RUSSIAN ADMIRAL ASLANBELOFF. " 1. To ascertain by view the vulner able points of attack on the coast and harbours of the Adstralian colonies. "2. What forces they could oppose in case war being declared 'between Russia and England-of! what those forces are composed of, and their effici ency. " 3. Which parts of the coast of New South Wales and Victoria and Tasmania are susceptible to .be used as lurking" places, for privateers as well as for the vessels of the'squadron. .` ' " 4. To ascertain the exact amount of pecuniary resources. the coloniies can dispose of, if put to .contributionliby a squadron havi'ng possession of the forts at thd Heads (Port Phillip) and the bay of Port Phillip, likewise of such ports of New SouLh :Wales, but more. par ticularly the .colony of Victoria where -it is lielieveid greater' facilities sxist to put any sulchi sche'e in o?pera-. tion, 'as being- more' defenceless than New SouthL Wales, anid of easier a...

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RUSSIAN DESIGNS ON MELBOURNE. Important Disclosures. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

RUS I ANbI r !- S 'be MELBOURNE. --0- • Important Disclosures. ib (VARO YESTERDAY'S AGE.) ' We desire to preface the following se statement with the announcement that tr it is genuine and authentic; that we have taken every means at our come wand to verify the facts related in it - and that we now publish it for the pur; pose of showing the object the Rus S sian._squadron_ahad._in..visiting._hese P colonies, and the imminent. danger of t ait attack, in case of war bIetween Rns- t sia and Great Britain, which threatens r AIelbourne in particular. In order that a the public curiosity may be satisfied n as far as lies in our power, we give the circumstances leading up to the im- I' portant disclosures here made in the it order in which they happened. On n Friday last a gentlemen, evidently a foreigner. and. whose name (Mr. Henry : Bryant) is given in the affirmation ap- t pended below, placed himself in confi dential communication with us, and stated his desire to furnish us with in fo...

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The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1882. The Water Famine. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCO 24, 1882. ' The Watler Famine. ?Fi- L FARMERS in all directions are com plEinitg of -the' want of water, and if rain does not soon come it is impossible. to estimate the suffering and loss that will be occasioned. ' Evern as 'it is it would be: difficult to imagiine a more distressing state of things than already cxists in some 'parts), and t is plainly evident that. theioniHtihuance" of the present: severe .drought is forcing :the water -question: on .the attention :of local bodies and the GovernmYent with. an irresistible power. We must no. :gDt, i _h'utOireyes to the fact that~iwe can no longer hope to retain our farming population on the north' and 'nborth western plains withont doing soif?thliig towards giving them that necessary,of life and prosperity-water.The farmers theim selves have beenI mdosti briielly'aiid' ini justly_blamed in.some quarters for not making proper provision for water, and they are -told -that their:, pres...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

LATEST- INTELLIGENCE. ; ! '(AusTLLANX PRESS AGENCY.) i MELBOURNE, TudRSDAY. The tender of Bryantand Rowe for the construction of the railway, line, 'Wodonga to Murray, so as to connect the-railway-systemn of Victiria"it itliE that of New South Wiles wasiaccepted to-dayfora£24,495, to be completed in October ' The tender of Robert Thorn ton for the construction of the line, North Melbourne to Coburg, vas ac cepted for £52,682. Flour; £11 5s (country brands); Town £11 15s; wheat, 6s Gd per bushel. FRIDAY MORNING. RUSSIANS DESIGNS IN AUS TRALIAN WATERS. The statements in the "Age" in re ference to Russian designs on Australia have created a profound sensation throughout the colony. The news has been telegraphed to all parts of the colonies and New Zealand, and very fully to Bombay. Sir Bryan O'Loghlcn has been closely questioned as to whether he will communicate with the English Government in reference to the statements regarding the designs of the Russians, as reported in the " Age" t...

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LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

it LOCAL TOPICS. Arc article of a startling nature appears in our issue of today, ,viz, .the designs of the Riusian Fleet in 'Austialian waters, which appeared in yesterday's Age. To make room for the article in question and other matter, i we resolved, at a late hour, to issue a special supplement. A'veat daring robbery of a horse;iaiddle and bridle,was 'dsmniittedat- Noradjihhi, on Friday night? of Satiirday mborishiig Two gentlemen driving a boggy and pair put up for I the nightTat Gillick's well known Commerci d. Hotel, intending to resume their journey. on the following morning. Seeing their horses were stabled and-that the contents of their triap; a saddle;&c'i'ere'all right they retired. Their surprise, next morning on finding that one of their horses and saddle aud bridle had been stolen, may be lietter imagined than described. Information was immediately sent to- Constafbles R0lobirtewho visited the scene of the robbery daringithe day,but up to ti?e?preset? timLtd n...

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DIFFICULTIES IN THE TRANSVAAL. DURBAN, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

DIFFICULTIES IN THE TRANS VAAL. DURBAN, MIAncn 22. Difficulties in the S.W. of the Trans vaal are increasing, several skirmishes have taken place between the Boers and the natives of the State. Intelligence has just been received that the natives in force had attacked the Boers,., ahd after an obstinate fight had defeated them with considerable loss. Fighting still continues.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

Shz.f ua flt'a %<»ft THOMAS TO-TUN AUOTIOr1EE ". Itook, Station, Land, Finande,'andt Commission Agent. WILSON STREET. HORSEAM A DVANCES made on LeasehJld or Free bold Ccantry Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advan c sM1ae lg on99..ool ofrga4s1i9 !-fie coiony-or in London. - - Agricultural Machinery and Implement by the bestl Melbdurne and Ballarat Mkers, ?lplied promptly, and on.LI?~RL. TeRMS. E--mEyer ciji-lsloseMg-seionnector with the Lands, and other Government .bepartment:s conductedpromptly, efficiently, ind economicilly. Fire ard Life. Insurances, effected i the lest companies. Sales ol Property or Stock conducted. in any part of the cnlony. AGENT FOR 'Shken and ~itbson, Stock: ad Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat.. " ' ' Dennys LasceliSc and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geclong. The Australiua Mutual Provident Life As murauce Society. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. Balarat Peimanent Building and Invest....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

WLLLIAB 1 ADAINSON& CO., Produce Brokers,. 09 Little Collins-street West, MELBOURNE, R ECEIVE consihnmenils f ,;rain, Fiour, etc., for ale or stror?re, ani nmalke Iliberal adnrsncee thereon whenw required. Gs?sa Saxsheld every Wedredlya:-nnd i).ss n eosn rhae every W sdue de and -Wriday. AceAint sales aished pronmptly. J.a . ro0wD a Co., REAI, WOOL, SKINIS, RIDES AND TALLOW 3ROKERS, _dvaenes masie if required when receictd into Warehouse. 7 QUJEEN-STREET, MELBOURNE. ]31IPORTANT TO FAIRMEIS MILLERS, GEIELhONG, TORE WHEAT FREE OF CHARGE for SIX MO5NTIHS, and make Liberal Cash Advances at Bank rate of interest. Gnarantee market pree at any time. W ite far partreulars to above address. Tor the Farnllers of the Wimumera. I- . 1F. CLARK. of the Union SMills, Horsham, begs to inform :he Farmers of the Wimmera District -hat he has NEVER made any Charge for Storage, and that he still continues -hs practice of STORING FREE. iWheat! Wheat!! !Wheat!!! E have Storage Accommodation fo 48,...

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HORSHAM RETAIL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882

RaSHAM RETAIL MARKET. Fresli butter, Is 4d per ib; potted do, is d per Ib; eggs, Is per dozen; cheese, &i to 9d per Ib; bacon IOdto Is; ham s to s92d; potatoe, s3 per cwt onions, 14 lb.for l s. .

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