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GEELONG STATION PRODUCE MARKET. March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
GEELONG STATION PRODUCE LMARKET. Mtarch 28. Mossrs GroeoE HAlon ANoD Co. report: Wool.--Thore is little change to report in tho to?eo of the Londoo wool maortet. For superior qualitics nluels pre well maientined, while for faulty nad inferior sorts the demand is irrgou'ar and prces are, if aything, in fvrour of buyers. It hbRs bee decided to eommeoce the next seios on the 16th of iay, when the qonuntitv to be offered willbe limi:ed to 350,000 hales. We helda small 0re toda7, and placed every lot at satisfactory prices. Sheepshins.-Wo had a much lorger supply to day. The-e wa0s numerous nottendoce of buyere at our sa', nad beoriskcompettiou throughot. We Iade a good clearance as follows .--Buithers' fresh snins, 18d to3ld each; country pelts, 3d to 21d ech, andldto4l per pound; full-woolled skins,. 5l to 6ld perpound ; lambskins, ,1 to Ned each, and id to 4d per pound. Hides.-There wras a full attendane of the tode at our osae to-day, and every lot soubmitted excited ecemn eetitio-. ...
DYNAMITE OUTRAGE IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
DYNAMITE OUTRAGE IN IRELAND. Outrages of a serious description, are be.. coming of more frequent occurrence in Ire land, and scarcely a day passes but some fresh crime is reported in the disturbed dis. tricts of the south and west. Last night some miscreants blew up the house of hfr Mahon, a magistrate of county Roscommon. A quantity of dynamite had been placed close to the building, which was completely destroyed by the explosion. Fortunately the inmates escaped. -
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. March 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
MELBOURNE GRAIN hARKET. March 23. Isrs?Ss J.R. ForD aND Co. repor :- The whcat mrrhet hbras taken noher sudden rsho rnd is now at 5s 10d per bushel for prime shippine, and 51 9d per bushel for prime msling c Specer s aret Railway stationor store. Floor £1117s Gd per toe for contry brands,, aad £12 5s per tor for town milled. Oats up to 3s 9d per bebel for pre seed and milliu., and Ss to3o4d per bushel for good feed. Bra is 6'd per bushel. Pollard l9 7d per bushel. B.-ley from as 3d to 4s de per bashel for pr?tme mr.teiu, and from 3s 7d to 3s 01d for f.?d sorla, Peal.om -s Id to 4s 3d perhushel. ?Ti.e Gs Id per baushel nominal:
WRECK OF THE SHIP FAMENOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
WRECK OF THE SHIP FAMENOTH. The gales which are now being experienced with unusual severity along the whole of the English coast have proved most destructive to shipping. The Famenoth, a regular trader to the Australian colonies, has been wrecked at Whitatable. Most of the crew managed to gain the shore, buhot five are still reported to be missing.
The Horsham Times. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1882. Careless Use of Poison. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
PUBLISHED EVERY TUEIDAY AND FRIDAY. wa art FRIDAY, MARCH 31; 1882. a of Careless Use of Poison. AFTER having urged so persistently and a for so long a period the wholesale de- j, structien of the rabbit pest, it is not prc likely that any of our readers will be P inclined to think that we are any moree placable in this respect than hereto- do fore, but we. are receiving so many is letters fromvaiious parts of the district, thi complaining of the highly careless and culpable manner in which the poison is 1b being distributed, that it is just possible at in individual cases the remedy may of prove as baneful.as the disease. 'fe to work of rabbit extermination, like any oL other work that is an actuil necessity, t requires all the forethought and caution is which it is possible for any one to in exercise who may be engaged in it, t"i and that the absence.: of the exer- ml cise of these qualities is likely to prove ha disastrous is sufficiently evident from cil the number of complaints ...
THE COLONIES AND FRENCH GOODS. London, March 27, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
THE COLONIES AND FRENCH GOODS. London, March 27, Evening. The Earl of Kimberley, Secretary of State for the Colonies, in replying to a deputation which waited upon him to.day, from the British Colonial Union, in reference to the commercial treaty with France, stated that France declined to admit the colonies to participate in the advantages of the " most favoured nation," on account of the diversity of the colonial tariffs and the high duties to which French goods were subjected in many of the colonies.- The inability on the part of England to control the colonial tariffs would preclude the colonies from sharing in the present commercial arrangements with I France.
LOCAL TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
LOCAL TiOPICS. da Ta? report upon artesian wells in Vic toria, by Mr. I. F. Murray, the Geological Le Surveyor, to the Minister of Mines, in whiich it will be found that special and favourable mention is made to the Wimmera district, appears in another column, and is well an worthy of attentive perusal by all interested ml in the water question. We are also glard to le be able to state that in pursuance of tshe sug- Ic' gestions made by Mr. Murray. the Minster pi has ordered the manufacture of several large th water augurs for the purpose of boring for in artesian wells in the Wimmera district. no .ON Sunday the Rev. J. W. Inglis, of asi Ballarat, will preach the anniversary sermons of the' Horshain. Presbyterian Church, morni? sandl'evening and on -Mondav eveun. I ink the rev. gentleman will deliver his e popular lecture entitled "An evening among A book," in aid of the same object, in the Mechanics' Institute, The down-country pr press has been unanimous in awarding the rut palm o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
TEOMAS YOUN 1G AUCTIONEER. Stook, Station, Land, Finaiie,,and Commission Agent, WILSON STREET,. HORSHAM A DVANCES made on Leasehaldbor Free hold Ccuntry Lands. Advances made on Town Properties. Advances made on Wool for sale either in tie colony or in London. Agricultural 'lachinery and Implements by the best Melbourne and Ballarat Maker:,. sapplied promptly, and on LIBEra5t TEU S. Every description of business connected with the Lands, and other Government Departments conductedpromptly,efficiently, and economically. Fire and Life Insurances effected in the best companies. Sales of Property or Stock conducted in any part of the colony. AGENT FOR Fisken and Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and Ballarat. Dennys Lascell and Co.. wool and grain brokers, Geelong. The Australian Mutual Provident Life As surance Society. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zealand. Salarat Permanent Building and Invest. meat Society. Valuer for the Ballarat Ba...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
WILLIAMI ADAMSON & CO., Produce IBrokers, 29 Little Collins-street West, MELBOURNE, ECEIVE consicnments of Grain, Flour, etc., for sale or storage, and make liberal advances thereon when required. Gnars SAlte held cv, cy Wednesday, and DAlt PrnODrCe Stale every Wednesday and Friday. Account sale. furnished promptly. J. RI. OR' & Co., GRAIN, WOOL, SKINS, HIDES .AND TALLOW BROKERS, Advances m?de if fen ared .lwhen receive into Warehouse. 17 QUEEN-STREET, MELBOURNE. IMPORTANT TO FARIIERS W. & A, R EID, MILLERS, TOBRE WHEAT F:VEE OF CHARGE for SIX 1MONTIS, and make Liberal Cash Adv.,nCcs at its ?i rate of interest. Grarlitee market price at any time. Write for parhculars to above address. [To the Ilari:ers of the Wialnl PlIa. M R. R. CLAI:K. of the Union Mills, Horslham, begs to inform the Farmers of the Wimmera District that he has NEVER made any Charge fcr Siur:'gc, and that he still continues ths practicr of STOCIENG FREE. Stationcry and Fancy Goods Recpositor...
Science. SMALL-POX. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
SMALL-POX. THEBE are few diseases that possess more interest,both for the physioian and the public, than small-pox, and hence we take pleasure in laying before our readers a deeoripiion of the treatment which has been used for many years with great success by Dr. Alban S. Payne, late Professor of Theory and Practice in the Southern Medical College, Atlanta, and Honourable Fellow of the Medical Society of Virginia, etc. The following is an abetract made by his pormission from one of his lectures on small-pox. Professor Payne states that, as early as 1846, when at the Small-pox Hospital in New York city, he noticed that the primary or initial fever of small-pox could be detected by the pulse before any other symptom appeared. This pathognomonic pulse is one peculiar to small-pox, a pulse sui generis difficult to describe, but recognisable by any physician who will patiently and carefnlly investigate the subject until his finger be comes educated. When once recognised it can never be f...
Miscellaneous. LORD HOLLAND AND HIS SON. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
LORD HOLLAND AND HIS SON. THE following pleasant little social gleam, or life-picture, is called from a sketch of the Life and Times of Mr. Fox-Father and Son: Mr. Fox, afterwards Lord Holland, made it a rule in the government of his children, to assist and direct nature, but never to force, or drive it, or to interrupt it. He early perceived that his son Charles was particu larly bright and promising; and he deter mined that the boy should have every ad vantage. He permitted him to enter into conversation with men, where he acquitted himself to the surprise of all who heard him. It was this early habit of freeaom of thought, and association with master minds, that enabled him, in after years, so promptly and surely to thrtw himself, and all his energies, into the senatorial breech, where his power for conquest was needed; and, when needed, sure to be given. But here is the pleasant scrap. While the elder Fox was Secretary of Stlae he usneed to allow COhrles to read all his despatch...
Humour. THE BUTCHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
THE BT .HER This week, children, I shall show you the butcher. He is generally a good man bat sometimes has a bad weigh of showing t.° The baoher. is a jolly follow; therefore it is meat that he cuts up oecaeionally. He is a good husbaud, and his wile elea, unto him. He takes great care t hi cleaver. The buhatcher is a great favourlte among the fair sx. He is always killing. The butcher never sells horse.meat, al. though he has been known to Out up scd disposeof a fillet. The butcher will knock down ao oz 0a lamb a woman or a child; but: let u not b too harsh on the poor creature, for- p reacher he is..... ..... Ib hal been said that what is brad in tbs bone won't come out of the fleab; but the butcher gets much of his bread in thes s he sells to you; and doesn't this come out of the flesh I The butcher has been blamed for chabig you as much for the, bone as fQr the flesha but-he does not require you to take the bone. He carefully removes all he can be. fore he sends it home. Though...
THE CRIMINAL OF THE FUTURE. A CHAPTER FROM A FORTHCOMING ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
THE CRIMINAL OF THE FUTURE, A CHEAPT FRBOM FORTHCODING ROaD Cs. SLoP'EaY Dxcx hurried away from the scene of his crime. His knowledge of the law told him that his only chance of safety depended upon immediate flight. "It is no time for idle remorse," he murmured, as he rapidly disguisdd himself, by assum. ing a false nose, a pair of blue spectacles, and the smock-frock of an agricultural labourer. "The deed is done, and if I am caught I must pay the penalty. Oh, would I were once again an innocent child I" And this strong man burst into a very agony of grief, and wept long andbitterly. Though his career was stained with the deepest guilt, he had a heart. Nay-mniore -he had a mother I He remembered he at this supreme hour of his misery. " Take a drink of water, mate," said a workman kindly. "You look pale, and I think it will do you good," Dick drained the goblet to the drege. Then he hurried on. "Had that honest artisan known who and what I am," he thought with a shudder, "would he ...
HOOTED AND HISSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
HOOTED AND HISSED. Tm. poet Joe had a poet's heart, Though rugged might be his rhymes, And euddenly spite of himself wonld/start The tears to his eyes at times; And the astor who loved the poet Joe, Said-" Friend let us enter here, And, if you will sit for an hour or so, I'd stand you a glass of beer." Through good, through ill, with scarce a pause, Through misery and turmoil, They both had proved how hard it was Up fame's tough steep to toil: They both had known some sore defeat, Yet still some triumph shared, And they were glad once more to meet To learn how each had fared. 'So down they sat, these cronies twain, In the hostelry dingy and snug, Old Joe to his glass of the amber stain, And his friend to his pipe and jug: Then the acsor esaid-" It as death to fail, But Troubadour I be you blithe, For though the critics your verse assail, They do not see you writhe.' " They never fail," quoth the poet Joe, " Who are pleased themselves to please; " " But a hiss," cried the actor, " is...
CONFLAGRATION IN RICHMOND, U.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
CONFLAGRATION IN RIIIMOND,.U.S. A terrible conflagration has occurred in Richmond, the capital of Virginia, U.S. Before the fire was subdued many buildings were burnt to the ground and a number of lives lost. Amongst the buildings destroyed were several factories, by which hurdreds of people are deprived of a livlihood. The dam age done is estimated at 500,000 dol.