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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882
CORRESPONDENCE. ENOIen.-AlI letters addressed to the Editormust be noonmlained by the nnue and addrec of the sender, notnecssariily for publication, but as a guarantee of god faith. Wue donot identify our. selves in the slightest degrce with the opinions ex pressed in this, our opec, column, but reserve a right to excise or amend statements which apper to require it. as being intemlomrnte. Correspoan dents will, however, understood thatin no case do we alter correspondence or refuse admission to letters, bemuse they ?asy conflict with our oa-n opinion.--I:. lI.T.
Dunmunkleshire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882
" Dunmunkleshire Council. - The monthly meeting of the above Council h was held on Monday at the Shirnl Hall, ai Diurtoa. Tenddra were a:cepted as follows :- Erecting poumpand snoplyoin trdough at Norm Di chade, near Lubeck, Thoe. J. Mh'Ca.n, l£. 15s l e ermiing and formingfootpaith in Breen.stret, from Evans' croor to a A. Lyam's, L. C. Kuble, £1 lls wi d : excavating tank near Looney's selection, parish of Iongerenong. George 2urray, 793, 2d; grubb- In jsgand dlesin; one an haf ntiles, Mirtoa and n Longerenoog road, from culvert south of ng is Jung oswamp, James Doyle, 19 10s;cleaning out is ?im s?ar tt'Kenzio'a se!ection, old Marina Swamp, ot r. 'Cann, ehoad er yard for earth, and lld per pt uast for tludgo; reting and forming footpath on orlh side of Comn.street, from Dreher's to the pi oaswr gate., L. CKahe, L63 3s 61; grhbbing and 01 cle riDg a north and south road one ain wid di tLowen the proertiers of Styesos r-Certh 0L-, donald, ptrish of Athens, two miles twenty- G three ...
Horsham and Wimmera District Pastoral and Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882
Horsham and' Wimmera District Pastoral" :a?nd Agricultural Society. The annual meeting of the above society was held in the Mechanics: Institute on Wednesday evening, for the purpose of re Sceiving the balance sheet, the auditors report and for the election of officers for the year. The President, Mr C. G. Rasmussen occupied the chair and the following gentlemen were present: Measrs W. Drummond,W.Robinson, SE.J. Stephene.JLanglands,Captain Bowden, SD. Harrison, J. Nleator, R. Paull, J. Bushby, SP. M. Fleming, J. Brake, D. M'Calman, H, 3 R. Kruger, J. Smith, G. Glenister, J. Powell, Sa . May, A. Hocking, and the secretary Mr E. C. Rogers. The minutes of last annual meeting were read and confirmed, upon the motion of Mr Sleator, seconded by Mr Bushby. SBALANCE BHEET. The secretary then read the balance sheet which shewed thLt the receipts for the year amounted to £722 9a 3d and the expenditure to e'701 4s 9d leaving a balance in the Com mercial Bank of £21 4Is d. AnUrDons' REPORT. The...
THE WARRACKNABEAL RACES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HORSHAM TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882
THE WARiE CKNA'EAL RACES. TO THIE EDIrOR OF THE HORSIIM TIMES. SIR,--An article hcaded as above appears in your issue ofthe 17th inst, and I cannot allow the grossly misleading statements contained therein to remain unchallenged. Mr. Quatcrmaine states the rider of Misty Morn was not prepared to make a statutory declaration that Maroona and Goldfinder went around a hurdle, when in point of fact he was prepared and is still prepared to do so. lie silo states no evidence was taken on behalf f the disqualifed horstE, and the stewards were tbi?sed in favour of Misty Mlorn,he being a local lorse, and the property of one of the stewards, such is no. the case, as we heard the envdenic of the riders and owners of all the horses, and a majority of tihe stewards distinctly stated the horses di=qualified did not jump the hurdle. The horse was not the property of s steward, he being owned at the time, and is still owned hy Mr. SMurplhy, but h was formerly owned by one of the stewards, and in ju...
WONWONDAH. March 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882
WON WONDAH. (Fromn r ur own Corrcuponlent.) March 21. A change took place in the weather last week, and we had a few cool days. Ga Sunday morning a few light showers f 11, nat there was every prospect of a good dwonpour, hut unfortunately it cleared off again. Yesterday and to-day have both been very hot. Pain is greatly needed to put the ground in a fit condition for ploanhing; as very few of the farmers in the district can plough until we have a good rainfall. I do not care about continually writing on the due subject of rabbits and rabbit poisoning; but it is high t'm something was done to prevent bran and arsenic being spread broadcass ove~ the country in the ridiculously ctrel,-s manner in which itis being donelin tlhi. ne:ghhourhnod. Tihe far mers would only he to, deased to see all the rabbits destroyed; and it could be done with out destroying the stock, as is being done now. In my last I mentioned that lMr. E. Warne had lost 10 head of cattl:; sincethae 20 others have died ...
MURTOA. March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882
MURTOA. I O nr Correspondent) Slareh 20. O e little town still keeps increa=,i sizeg, aJL-"tradespeople seem to be f.ull ep~ed. The Commercial bank I, l getting completed and when finished will in quite an ornament to Morton. It asem pity that the Colonial Bank did not tolow the example of their c mtemporary and build a brick building instead of a woodlen still I have seen the plan and when fiois-ed it -will be-no. disgrace-to kindred inatit tions. C - A. /Mtinrphy,~our itl t- botcr he t olenedbis-new?- p rensesoen- :rkle-y.steo tbp..blopine e onenet t nd one whi uany butcher mitgh t'e proioa'-b " ' " M-3r. Gear. Nesbitt;ilate 'pf Mr.* Jesel, is now landlord of the Shamrock Hotel, hbaing taken possession last ;Wednesday, if the wishes of the peop!e are any criterion tohe by he must do well in his new line. Several new private houses are beihg built in the town which will add to the importance and appearance of Martoa, The council, 1 am glad to say, are taling oae step in the right d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882
SHIRE OF WIMMERA. RABBIT SUPPRESSION. The Wimmera Shire Council have ap. pointed the undermentioned parties to receive RABBIT SKINS, who are anthorised to ad vance One Shilling per Dozen. They will be sold in Melbourne on owners' account, and any balance over and above amount of ad vance will be paid to owner. Mr. Win. Drummond, Horshanm. Mr. John BonE, Noradjuha Mr. J A. Buchanan, Dollin Messrs. A. and D. Mitchell, Natimuk Mr. J. H. Edmonds, Clear Lke Mr. A. Patterson, Wallup Mr. A. Kinghorn, Cannum By order, STUART BOLTON, Shire Secretary. Shire Offices, Hercham, March 16th, 1832. Board and Lodging, WILSON STREsr, At the Premises lately occupied by John Langlands, Eoq. RES. J. H. GREEN. late of Wandi. V.[ ligong, begs to announce that she is prepared to receive Boarders at the under mentioned rates, vi. : BoAnn & LonDsGs (per week) £1 1 0 BoAnsanO OSLG 0 18 0 And trusts by strict attentionto business to merit a fair share of patronage. EDUCATIONAL NOTICE. The Misses Gregor...
Lawloit Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882
Lawloit Races. The above races took place on the ceurse on the 17th March, St. Patrick's day, and as the weather was fine drew together a large concoursae ofpeople to witness the vtrinu3 events. This year's " meet" was a highly successful affair ant refl.ets great crnlit upon all porties.who ltook an interest in its pro motion. The following are the results of the various races : MAIDEN PLATE. Of 7 soae., Imils. 1 O[r. ose?gher's, Mtmee. (Balt . Weir's Sour rout, ... . (Connor ) , ?ena's Unkuown, ... (attee) Ball's Foxhall .. ... The horses gat. a goo:l start Mailmsa making the runnina for about three.qtnrters of a mile, Sour Krout then took the letl in the straight.when Mailman came a.aiu a?d won easily. OANDICAr eURDLES Of 00 sys., 2 miles. ll Mr. Bell'e Golfindmler . .. ... . Bhel SWatson'i sworfsh, ... ... . (he ,, Rlynor's Lucifer, (Lckhtmt~l Barrett's Turk, .. ...(Runore Goldfinder and Swordfish swerved at the firaltjuitp, Turk and Lucifer kneeki the hurdles down, the two firs...
Horsham Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882
Horsham" Land Board. A local Laud Boaed was held at the Coort-hosee Horsham,. on Wednesday last, when the folloareg apnliaations were dealt with:- 1 Helen Burne. The, allot M; renommende 1 Awonga and Cha-ullm. 2 Thomas Darby, ena.. 20s; refused Bau;etneg. 3 William B. Berry, 50d; recommended Boroopki. 4 Edwsard J. Broughton, 32 a ; recommende 5 Thonlazina P. Broughlton, 32a ; recommended SPatrick Lavery, 32 ; postponed Brine-lbart. 7 Iliehard Pitmon, 320 ; recommended 8 William H. ScKenzie, o0.l ; recommended 9 Donald nKesnzie,320a ; recommended 10 Alexander F. MeKenzie, 3201 ; recommeneed Carehap. 11 Tibrlcht Korte," 320a (T. Cameron's abandoned selection); postponed 12 G'illiam VWats, 18a, allot 73; recommended Charam 1I Ml-tthew D. Mtoore, 320.,, part allaS 3; ace. Conoengnoeuah. 14 Riehard Johnson, jun., 32I0 ; recommended 15 Edward Vorerse, 320a (E. Uinger's abandoned selection) ; postponed 16 Joseph WebT , 20; recommended Dh0l and Telangatuk 17 John Rigby, 320; recoommended Da...
PIMPINIO. THE WATER QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882
PIMPINIO. (From our own C'orrrespulent.) THE WATER QUET[EON. The water famine is still raging. in this locality, the water-train has only afforded partial reliefi'as many of the residents have still to go to the river for water. Too much credit, however,' cannot he accorded the Governmeit for their prompt response to the ppeal mide to 'them.' Thrar appears to be a great deal of inconvemence experizia owing to the irregular m nner in which the water is brought ot froal tifolham. People with their teanms and :tankse haefre rque~ntly to wait a considerable time before they can obtain a supplv, hut sometimes they have to wait'ii vain.- It was stated here that if the residentswonld get the truck tanks empty, two loads would be brought out daily in stead of one. A fund was raiseed and steps taken to sink and prepare a brick tank near enough to the line to receive the water, so as not to delay the water-train, and this has been completed. In your Tuesday's iusne it is scated that Pimpinio ...
Horsham Police Court. THURSDAY, MARCH 23. Before S. B. Bolton, and A. Cameron, J.P's. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 24 March 1882
Horsham Police Court. THURSDAY, March 23. Before S. B. Bolton, and A. Cameron, J.P's. INSULTING BEHAVIOUR. &nbsp; John Bushby wsa charged by Sergeant Larkin with insulting behaviour on Wednes day evening in Wilson-street. Mr. Ireland appeared for the defendant. All witnesses were ordered out of court. Constable Daly deposed: About half-past 10 o'clock I went. down the town in plain clothes. I met Mr. Madden near Thomson, and Brownl's. Madden had a pockethand kerchief full of blood, and blood was oozing from his mouth. He then asked me to accompany him down the street, so that &nbsp; he might give a mas in charge who had as saulted him. We met Bushby on horseback coming towards us. We both walked up to him, and Madden said-" I give this man in charge for assaulting me." I asked Bushby for the particulars, and told him I was a police constable. He said--" Go to h-, you b-y b-r," add endeavoured to strike me with a whip. I then arrested him on my own responsibility,- ...
OUR GERMAN COLUMN. (Specially Translated for the Horsham Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
o- (Specially Translated for the Horsham Times.) Therelations b wee and Turkr.' me e kind T ltas e `et ag ,l_ peeial eassy-t it r mr William with the highest Turkish order. Em peror William has in return senn special embassy, consisting of General Prince Radziwill, his son, Prince George Radziwill, ,Leutenant .in the. Guards-, du-Corps, bajor von Below, of the first Dragoon Guards, and Prince Henry XVIII of. Reuss,- Captain in.,the. Cuirassief !Guaids; to GConstantinople;t for the purpose of taking the Order of the Black Eagle:to:'the Sultan. The Sultan likewise has handed a list of ,oicers whom-he,wantedto engage ili thhe:Turkish service to the German-Am bassador. The Sultan wants a German officer of high rank for the mCo-mi sariat, one to execute the military laws,. 6i'e to introdeie strict discipline in the 'Turkish army, one staff officer, one for. the artilleoy; onefor the cavalry and for the infantry,- one to organise .the mounted police, and one as director of the military sc...
RUSSIAN DESIGNS ON MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
:RUSSIAN1 DESIGNS .ON I: ELBOURNE.'.i We give the following extracts fromin a statement made byLiehtenant Frederidcls,of the Russian war vessel Afrika, who is now of Melbourne, :he having :stayed' here as 'it is alleged :for the benefit of his health:' and which statement appeared in Friday's "Argus." . On, the above subject that journal states: I i mtaybe ietioned'tth he' voloiteered much' of the infoimastion here giveh, and.that he * isw'ered readily and without-the least hesitation" every question :.put .to . him Lieutenant Frederick says :-I , know the person, spoken of as Mr. 'Bryant but he has another name which I forget. :In. Russia it ii'considered a very bad sign if a man changes his name, and he would not be recognised. Ithink he,,is a Frenchman. He said it was most'iinportant that his real name should be kept secret. He submitted to Admiral Aslanbegoff a plan of a 'tew torpedo, offering itfor- adoption. - I don't know. whether it.-was, his own invention. For the invention...
Total Destruction of the Warranmbool Woollen Mill by Fire [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
Total Destruction "of the Warranmbool Woollen Mill by Fire SOn Friday night at about twenty minutes to twelve o'clock, the sky was suddenly ill uminated by an immense body of. flame which sprung up'at the northeastern corner of the Woollen Mill buildine, and in a very few minutes it was evident that the whole of that great edifice was doomed to destruction. The fire only moderated in appearance for a few minutes, and that very shlightly, and soon the buildiengawas in flames from end to end. At on o'clock the fire burst through the roof,..and then for a.time the scene was ex tremely beautiful: The whole place became a glowingl furrice of flaine, the pillars between the jwindows showing'oit ?gaint .the fiery back-ground.\The roof fell inat a qu-rter past oneeand then the spectacle assumed grand Sproportions...Nothing could be done-to stop the progress of the fire which was still burn ing fiercely when we weint to press.' The fire is supposed tohioe originated in the engine room. No pe...
CRICKET. DIMBOOLA V. HORSHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
DIDMOBOLA V. HORSHAM. _match;between.two eleveniaofithe-above clubai~cis played -on'thl bimbo-oc3'riiron n on Saturday last with the following result: DIMBOOLA?. FIBet rlnlrga.: "', I : Jackson, ranout 0i: . T Phillips, b Doyle 0 - Sands, b Doyle' , , ?" ?3 Banes,'endb;Dye " ..11 ?'.'Husband, nTaylor ::: . 1 Nicholl, b Do?e : .. .. : 0 Anderson, b Fahey.. ".. .Aehienotou .? r : ": "31 L K".inear. b ahey ".. 0O BriggsbFahey . . 16 Dean, b Fahey, . ' .1 BpBes, ..r Leg Byes ... '!.., .. ° "2 Total 86 'ORSHA. , - Tayhor, bDeln,. " . Ssheraed b ieai "Fahey, b Phillip~s ,, .13 Gibb, b Phillips - """ + 0 Shepherd, b.w. 0 Doyle, b Kinner - ... 7 yan, not out , , ".7 Buckley, b Phillis 10 Wvright, elHusband .. 2 Jones, bPhillips .: ;: 0 • MIelross, c Kinnear ."0 Byes, ... ' 8 Legbyes,... . . DIIBOOLA - . :i Seeond Innings. Jackson, b Doyle ., Barnes. b Gibb " Dean, b Sheheerd. Kinnear, c ey .. . 3 •'Phillips, not out. 30 Husband, c Ryan 7 Archie, not out ,, ; ... 17 ;.:73r
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
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