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NATIMUK. PUBLIC MEETING AT NATIMUK March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
NATIMYUK. (From our owon Correspondent.) PUBLIC MEETING AT iNATIMUK March 26. A public meeting, convened by the Secre tary of the W. . . ailway League, 'was held at Kroechels National Hotel on Saturday evening the 25th the attendance was large and the business carried to a successfulissue Mr. A. Duncan was voted to the chair, and in a few brief remarks stated the object of the meeting, and then called upon Mr. A. Carnegie, the secretary of the League for his report. -- Mr;.Carnegie said he considered it his duty to call them together as he had important in formation to.commence. They had the Rail way scheduled to Quantong, and, bhad also promises of a:Telegraph line to Natisiulikfor' which their guarantee had been.accepted 12 months ago. Since thenhardly anything had been done. He had communicated with their 'members, uind 'had to' inferin tlie meeting that with regard to Post and Tele graph matters, £960 has been placed on the estimates" for Natimuk.' "All that'was now wanting was ...
MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. [THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
[TiE Wfiri'S TBNtsAcTIoBS.3 .: ope~ntion',in breadstuffs were- opened, out. on 'ri ay withi, renewed activity. City milers ore doing a largo export trade with the other colonies, :nd loor is in consequence moviag off very freely 'n that direction. Country brands are likewise in hetter request. We hear of 200 tons having hanged hands at £11 1s, and pood orders continue to come forward atthatprice. Wheathas likewi.e :uddenly risen into favror. We hear of about 2,400 hags of good shipping quality having been inen up by the millers at 5s 6id ex storeYlWe also earn of the sale of a parcel of 1,000 bags, ex store, t5a 7d. Saes of 200 ogs" off" wheat have been nade at 5s 3A to 5s 5d. But the feeling in the narket can he better arried at when we-state that. any quantity up to 10,000 bags was 1eiuested' toJ.ple putunder offer up to Satarday at an etrine?giure- good dealhigherthan any price named above-a eqnuest, however, which was refased. London pnrvate telegrams- confirm theadvance anvised...
WARRNAMBOOL. March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
WARRNAMIBOOL. --0-- (From our own Correspondent.) March 22. Thrashing operations in connection with the harrest just garnered are still being rigor cOny carried ou,andl reports from the various loealities are very encouraging, the returns shorirg the yield of tie wheat crop arerao tog itrl. 3~5 to 40 Iushels to the acre, and oate fr,,m 10 to 65 hushels. The potatoe 'rop Ls also showing satisfactory returns ran.ig fromr 7 to 14 tons totheaere. ?lany go.f anlt other root crops being proportion Our iLs- at the present time presents a Tery iitSlv appearance. Every day vessels ore arrir-i?,' and departing for various ports loaded wit~ potatoes and other produce. The li;htn.rn? : others employed at the jetty are kept c ntinurally Lt work day and night, an atithiu the last two months, in potatoes -a-let, trr 10,000 tons have heen shipped. Chee.e, butter, and elgs are also exported in larcl quantities, and pigs are sent up to the ldleourre marl;et weekly by steamer. Shiipers have to labour ...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. March 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE AKAET. . i ,mnoreooaa ? ?: =?".Marcrh 25. Messrs. Cus. VAeoo n and Co. report. Since our last report business bhas been very active in thoproduce mxhket, and prices in most instanceshave advanced, Flour has had sale at from £11 1s 6d to £11 15s in the early part of the week, but towornds the close a firmer feeling wao experienoed, and we now quote £11 12s Gd to £11 17s 6d. Bran and pollard are in gooddemand airls dto is 6ld. Wheat has met with good enquiry at quotations, Pea have been borely supplied with nn increasing demand, consequently prices hborve ad anced.. OatS non in good deman4 at prices below. Barley, both Cape and English, habore met with ready sale, nil forward being leared at ndvanced rates. Potatoes have had a fair enquiry a?,priees remain firm.- Manger hay hnavingbeen Sopplied equal to the demnnd, and prioes recmin unaltered. Sheaveshavre been in:good demand all'theloeek with a fair supply. Sntraw, in eonsequoen of an norea in demand, has a...
SATURDAY, MARCH 25TH, 1882. (Before Mr A. Cameron, J.P.) UNLAWFULLY KILLING A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
S?URDAY,~ ~tcRCc 25ri, 1S92 S (Before Mr A. Cameron, J.P.) i UILAWFUýLY OMLLOG A HORSE. Dominic Comini and George Abraham Patching were placed in the dock, upon remand, charged with having killed a bay marel on the night of the Sth February the property of Jabez Jone,a chuecoal-buruor, at Kenny's Ford. 'Mr. Ireland ailpeared on behalf of the prisoners. All witnesses acre ordered out of court. Jatez Jones deposed: Iam a clharcoal-burer residing at Kenny's Ford, near Horsham. I remember the Sth February last; o., that day I was returning home from Horshi:' in the company of John Boea ; It was al..?t o'clock in the afternoon ; hand Bowen c:died at Cock's at Green Park; the prisoner Comini came in'while we were there; Comini said to me " I think Jones we are two fools wars ing for other people" ; He offered to buy me out or I was to buy him out; I said "I have no money to buy you out;" He said "I will give you £7 ;" I said "if you give £10 in April I might sell out." .That was about all...
Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY MARCH 24. (Before Messrs S. B. Bolton, and W. Burgin J's. P.) ILLEGAL DETENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
Horsham Police Court. --o FDmAY rancOr 24. (Before Messrs S. B. Bolton, and W. ~ al J's. P.) S ILEOAL DETESTIO. John.Petley v., John Young: A suammons for theillegal detention of property of the value-of £8 10s 0d. There was no splpeaa?nce of plaintiff. Mr. Sherard for defendant. Struck out with £1 8s 6d costs. DEBT CASES. John Carrick v. J. Harper: Asnur?o for the recovery of £1 10 0d rent. Jn pound paid into court. Mr. Sherat.4 for plaintif. No-- appearance of de['nfano. Verdiet for 10s with £1 is. i costsa ? uWilliam Barrett v. Mid fI'Leo.: A. so mons for the recovery of £1 f~r wage; as? ploughman, Case dismissed on the gooud that there was no proof of engagement. artOETEScAirCO. Mary Jane Watts v. David Iua.o: A summons for the maintenance of in il ?giti. uate child. Mr Sherard for complaluIt. ?i? Ireland for defendant. Mr Sherard said that the former ords r had been cancelled, and the defendant hat left the town without carrying out the arr.nge ment. Mary Jane Watts deposed: Da...
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1882. The Minister of Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
.----.- o-- - PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. AY D_ . FIDAY. TUESDAY, MARCH-28, 1882. The Minister of Railways. THAT a strong bill of indictment is to te brought against Mr. 'BET when Parliament meets;, isJa.fact whicliap- 1 pears now to be generally accepted in :political circles, andna._the issu of the contention ,theddiscussion islikely to: provoke could be confined tot t gntli-l 1 man alone, the nattek would'tl one of very little consequence to the general public. Unfoi tinately the issue arising -out of the matterlinay imieril the ex istence of the Ministry of-which Mr. *BENT is but an individual member, and, in the opinion of some,-such- a con tingency as a change of'Minist'ry, wiuld not be regarded as a desirabid tiling at the present time. Supposing, for the sake of. argument;;tha;t.here.is.no .vry' general desire to see the present Minis try hurled from power, still the difficulty presenting itself is, can this one obnoxious memuber be removed from his present position without imp...
GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
GAZETTE, Mr.' A. Phillips has been. appointed Deputy:Registrar of births and-deaths at Kaniv%. "*Notice is published in the Gazette for the preparation of.jury lists for certaiu assize.towns of which Ilorsham is one. . The tender of J. R. Cothew for water supply works and erection of turntable at Dimboola for £1622 18s 9d has been accepted by the Railway department. Laen,-The temporary. reservation, by: .order of 11th October 1880, of fifty acres of land in the parish of Laen, situate in section A, as a site for water supply purposes is about to be revoked (the said temporary rc "servation having been made in error.) The following applications for leases have been approved :-Johann. G.; Altler, senr., Bangerang; largt. S.: Wotton, Vectis East; James Young, Kout Narin; Mary Horni brook, nie Miller, Dimboola. . he following applications for licenses have been approved :-Wm. Talbot, Iiram Piram; Charlotte Smith, Nurrabiel; Elizla beth Fisher, Dmnyarrak; Leon Bauty, Jallakin; Paul List,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
THOMAS YOUNG AUCTIONEEI, Stook, Station, Land, Finaaoe n as Commission Agen. WILSON STREET. HORSHAM, DVANCES made on Leasehold or Free hold Country Lands. Adances made on Town Properties. Advances mae-onool -tfor eale either in the colony or in London. Ag-icultural Machinery and. Implemeutn by the bestMeltburie and Bdi1ndat Makir, ii ppled~proinptlyt-and on-LtBiaALT E5U 1 Every description a I business connected with the Lands, and other Government ,epartments conductedpromptly, efficiently, and economically. Fire and Life Insurances effeeted in the best companies. Sales of Property or Stock conducted in anypart of the colony. AGENT FOR Fiskan . andi? Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Lascella and Co., wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The Australian Mutual Provident Life As mrance Society. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. BalLarst Peinsanent Building and Invest. ment Society. Valuer for the Ballarat Banki...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
WILLIAM ADAmYiSON & CO., Produce Brokers, 29 Little Collins-street West, MELBOURNE, ) ECE1VE consicnents of Grain, Flour, _t etc., for sale or storage, and make liberal advances thereon owhen required. GAIN SAL hhel eve:rv \Vdneoday, and DArlY l':OisCec Sale every Wednesday and Friday. Account sk-.s furnished promptly. J. it. FOR,.D 8 Co., GRALN, WOOL, SKINS, HIDES AND TALLOW BROKERS, Advances mdle if required when receive into Warehouse. 17 QUEEN-STREET, MELBOURNE. ]1?PORTANT TO FARMERS W. & a. REI 9, ,ILLERIS, ....... ? .La :.-o,? _ .-. GEIELONG, TORE WiHEAT IE,1 OF CIHARGE for SIX lONS' ', and make Liberal .Cash Advaces :t Bank late of interest.. Guarantee markellt prlce at any time. Write for particulars to above address. jTo thle Farmers of thli Wi1llll'eral. R. R. CLARK. of the Union Mills, lorsham, begs to inform the Farmers of the Wimmera District that he has NEVER made any Charge for Storage, and that lie still continues: ths practice of STORING FREE. Wlheat...
WHEAT AND FLOUR RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
SA~bT AND FLOUR RETURNS. The followin aro the:returnsof wheat annd nor dIspatched from the Horsham station for the week ending th?am?h :- . HORSHA3L' ulacn 20. Wheat . . ... ... Flour .. ... .. ... ... ... Nil x nca 23. Floor 2..... ".. .. ... M.RCE 22 xxaca 2. -. Wheat g b, ý.. 2. ... ... 108 jFloor .. .;.. 2 Flour . ... .... ....... ... ... 121 x7acu0 --W heat ' ,c"" . Flour .. 121 1014 D• ? ... )lhrROO, A. : , , , :', :'2 CL a H~0::'" " ' '"kRH ` :.Wheat r:.. .. . ..... 80O ., ""?R' 21-.. . . Wheant 090 yr'" " x 1"'.ý r --Wheat' . f... - ... .... ... 11 ?tnc-" U,, "-?wfi'?K" ~ C ...+..- P : ..- .. .... 15. Flou: ... 1 .f9 .' x 2... .. 19620 _Whea. ._1 A5
Dimboola Land Board. THURSDAY, 23RD MARCH. Balrootan. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
Dimboola- LandBoard.: i '"ý: , t :.., -T.ien SD, BnoI 1nD?c `' - lBoalrotoo.. "..: i ... !l:`CharlesCreek, 241 Or 3p ; reconiended o d --2..'George Caotwell;321 ; recommended, 3. Charles W. Goeodes, 3l193r 31p ; refn?ed;: . . .i:,?.:-':;. ? Germg Gerung: .. 4. Ephraisn Haines, 31;11 3r 27p ;, recommended 5 John Milier. 319 2r20p ; recommended 0. Thomas S'Court, 31912r 36p : recommended 7.. John S. Robins, 319 3r 371; postponed - . ·-·· 1Znira' S. William Greenwood, 55a 2r 17p; recommended 9, Willam Symons, 70 2r 17p; postponed 10 Jobli nekbid,151la3r 33p: recommended 11. Frederick S: Burkhardt, iea, allotment 18. ree, 22. Johann Herold, 31Ia 3r 20p; recommended 13. Hermann Janetzki, 3190 2r p ; recommended 14. Carl F. Lanc, 1190 recommended 15. Carl,.R.lilehl, 19S 3r 19., ; recommended 16. Pan] Speer, 3190 3r 33p ;recommended . . ... .. . ."• " K iata. . :. 17. PenryW V Brown, 3190Sr 30p; recommended 18. William lerret,319a 3r35;nallot. 02; forfeited selection of H. Biateson; recomm...
Another Brutal Outrage in Ballarat East. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
Another Brutal Outrage in: _ Ballarat East; From -\eidnesday's "Ballarat 'Star" we have the following particulars of another outrageperpetrated in Ballaat : Unless the police force in Ballarat East is :immediately'etrengthenied we' are afraid that sbme:horrible' outrage will be perpetrated by the larrikins who assemble in the Town at nightt: We have torecordanotherdisgracecful occurrence in the locality in question; and in which a member of the police force was severely handled.! About 1 o'clock yesterday ornting two yoaung men, namedrespectively .William Coffy and ohn Franes sought ad miittance to the Perseverance hotel. for '.the purpose of obtaining liquor. The;, landlady. refused to open the door at such aelate hour; and requested the young men to ,go away. This they refused to do, and as the pro prietress of the hotel still declined to give them admittance,. they smashed the door and "i-indows of the hotel A messenger was des patched for.the police, and as the ruffians in -tend...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
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PRINCE LEOPOLD'S ALLOWANCE. London, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 28 March 1882
PRINCE LEOPOLD'S ALLOWANCE. S " ondonb Mrch 23. In the H~bus of Comoiims d st'night the Queen's message, recommending that a special appropri?ntih be niade for asepariate houise hold and allowance for H.R.HL Prince Leo: pold, Duke of, Albaay,:was taken into con sideration. Mr. Gladstone, as Chancellor of Eichequer, moved' that the sum of £10,000 per annumn be granted to His Royal High ness. The proposal was opposed by the Ridisils and the Parnellites, but was ultim ately agreed to on a division by a large ma jority. The minority consisted of 42 members only. Some '- members of the Government refained from-taking part in the division.