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Household. A SOAP RECIPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

A SOAP RECIPE. Tma London Druggist contained recently a'caretully written article on soap-making, from which we borrow the following : : It is perfectly easy to make a few pounds of soap at a time with this article. No boiling-pans are required, and it is about as easy to make a dozen pounds of soap as a cup of coffee; or a few hundred weight of soap can be made with less care and attention than is required to make a dozen loaves of bread I The following simple recipe, if exactly followed, will always succeed: "Take exactly ten pounds of. double refined ninety-eight per cent. caustic soda powder (Greeubank,) put it in any can or jar with forty-five pounds (four and a half gallons) of water, stir it once or twice, when it' will dissolve immediately and become quite hot. Let it stand until the lye thus made is cold. Weigh out and place in any eonvenient vesselfor mixing exactly seventy five pounds of clean grease, tallow, or oil (not mineral oil.) If grease or tallow be used, melt it ...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

BTATE OF I RELAND. Owing to the increase in the number of outrages committed in Ireland lately, the Imperial Government has under considera tion a scheme for the more decisive suppres aCiu of crimus in that country.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LUXURIOUS GAMBETTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

Luxvaous CaarnrrA.-The great orator has a taste for pomp and show, which is, when gratified, out of tune with the prin. ciples he has hitherto represented. He rides in carriages appointed with luxurious elegance and drawn by blood horses. The Petit Bourbon, since he came to live in it, he been fitted up anew. Some of the drawing-rooms and boudoirs there are so exquisitely furnished as to sem to cry out for occupants feminine, fashionable, and refined. The silver bath of De Morneyhas been restored, and is used by Gambetta. Splendid vaees are filled every morning withrosee in the rooms of the great orator, wlho is fond of flowers and accepts wil lingly the attentions of M. Alghand, the chief overseer of the city parges and gardens. Trompetre, formerly the chief of the Due de Noailles, prepares the repasts of Gamin. betta, his secretaries, and the friends whom he invites to dejeuner or dinner. I believe that Gambetta honestly, if very errone ously, imagined that this display of luxury ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATE GALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

THE LATE GALE. Accounts continue to arrive of. the less of life and property occasioned by the late gale. Off the coasts of Devonshire and Brighton immense damage was done to chipping, several vessels being wrecked wad many liv.s lost.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sketcher. LEICHARDT LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

- e. d r.. LEICHARDT. LETTERS. Tan Hamburg Geographical Society has published a volume of the letters written to Dr. Ninmayer, once dirctor of the Flegetaff Observatory, Melbourne, by Dr. Ludwig Leiohardt, the Australian explorer, and the Atheneum reviews them as follows: Ludwig Leichardt was born during the period of menial depression that followed in Germany the high and futile'hopes exaited by the wars of liberation. He was the son of respectable burgher parents, who lived in a tiny town of the Mark of Brandenburg. His education followed the prpporibedcourse, and there is no evidence forthcoming of any unusual influences having been brought to bear upon the lad, unless the cioaumstance that in the house of his brother-in-law he occasionally came into contact wis Prince Piiokler Muskan may have awakened his love of travel and adventure. But thelove must have been there, and so early does it show itself that we are inolined to think Dr. Nedmayer lays too much stress upon this incid...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE PRESIDENT OF ST. DOMINGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE PRESIDENT OF ST. DOMINGO. MI. Marino, the President of St. Domingo and a priest in holy orders, has been fired at, but fortunately escaped unhurt. The would be assassin has not yet been arrested.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. RUSSIA AND AUSTRIA. London, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. 4--t (FROlI THE DAILY PAPERS.) RUSSIA AND AUSTRIA. London, March 27." The statement that a meeting was to take place at an early date between the Emperors Alexander of Bassia and Francis Joseph of Austria is unfounded. It is considered un likely that any such interview will take place at present.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.). MELBOURNE, TnunseAY. The Tariff Cmmission to-day proceeded with the examination of MIr. W. M'Lean, of M'Lean Bros. ad Ri sg, on duties on hard ware. The witness thougl.t plated-ware should either be admitted free, or the duty reduced from tweuty to ten per cent.; he alsosugeested a reduction in the duty on nails. He recommended a duty of £1 per ton on galvanized iron, and a dut-j on wire. The mail steamer Shannon left to-day, among her passengers were MIurray mith, the Agent-General, and the Rev. Charles Strong; the latter has obtained six months leave of absence. Queensocliff has run short of water fcr drinking purposes, and instructions have been givon to allow the inhabitants to use the water in the railway reserve.' The'~sohcitors of J. H. Cole, who was seriously injured by the Jolhmont accident, have issued a writ against the Board of Land and Works, claiming £S,500 damages. MAr. Lawes, the barrister, has not yet de cided to acce...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ECONOMY AT THE VATICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

ECONOMY AT THE VATICAN. His Holiness Pope Leo XII. has decided to introduce a more economical management at the Vatican. With this object the palace e=penses have been greatly reduced, and a number of superfluous offices abolished.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATH THROUGH RIOTING AT NORTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

DEATH THR3UGH RIOTING AT NORTHAMPTON. A councillor of the city of Northhampto-l, who was injured by being hit with a stone during the riots which o:..rred previous to the last election for Northampton, when iMr Bradlaugh was opposed by Mr Corbett, the Conservative candidate, died to-day.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agriculture. STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN FELLMONGERING SHEEPSKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN BY AR Oio COLORmST. FELLMONGEBING SHEEPSKINS. T' ey are the fortunate few amongst Colonial Sheepowners who have never felt they would like to be able to fellmonger or take'tli wool from a few sheepskins. The accomplishment is a useful one, and although we do not for a moment suppose that it can be learned in anything like perfection without the experience gained in the workshop only, we hope to make it plain' that a man with fair intelligence, and a capacity for making use of the things around him, can fellmonger a few skins, and save what might otherwise be come a dead loss. It is not necessary to go into a disquisition regarding the times when the carcasses of sheep have to be skinned at short notice, and when, if the wool is not pulled from them, they might as well be left on the dead animals. Those who have seen drownings from floods and losses in flocks during .continuously wet weather know what is meant. In order that the following information may be ...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

"Yon haeve't got such a thing as a pak of old troOereB have yon ?" " No, my man;'. said the mecohant "I don't koeepj Sy oSerobeiomy oounting-honee." "Wbhew Ido Son Uive V' rejoined Pat, " and rJl aaJj fm the moronig for the old pair ycdvoe 4:i" 1l OA

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PLUCKY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

PLUCKY. Tam boy marched straight up to the counter. "Well, my little man," said the merehant complactnsly-he had just risen from such s' gloricns good dinner-" what will you have to day ?" "0, please, sir, mayn't I do some work for youen?" It might have been the pleasant blue eyes that did it, for the man was not acuostomed to parley with each small gentlemen, and Tommy wasn't seven yet, end small of his age as that. There were a few wisps ofhair' along the edges of the merohant's temples, and looking sown on the appealing face, the man pulled at them. When he had dons tweaking them he gave the ends of his cravat a brush, and then nis hands travelled down' to his vest pocket. "Do some work for me, eh! Well new, about what sort of work might your small manship caloulate to be able to peform 1 Why yon can't look over the counter I" "0, yes I can, and I'm growing, please, growing fast-therel see if I can't look over the counter I" "Yes, by standing on your toes-are they coppered " " Wn...

Publication Title: Horsham Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Artesian Wells in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

Attesian?Wellfin-4etOria: Mr. j. F. Murray, geologia sur veyor, h nitt t th r of Mines ie6fllwýport u his inve`igorltis " -"lf p ?ba hii~ of water being procured in the western districts of the colonybysinking artesian wells: GLOLOGICAL SURVEYOR'S REPORT. Camp-street, Talbot, March 22,1882; Sir,-On the above subject I have the honour to submit the following remarks, the outcome.. of careful con-. sideration, based ulion an intimrte knowledge of the geology of the Vic torian portion of the Murray River .Valley, on reliable information respect ing the northern or New South Wales portion, and on observations made during personal inspection_ recently authorised by you of portion of the South Australian territory, between the boundary line and the sea coast, and also on thle north-western side of the Murray valley. Viewed geologically, the Murray drainage area as a whole consists of a great irregularly shaped basin, hollowed in the paltosoic schistose rocks and granites which compose its...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

TW ANTED, a Good General Servant.- " ¥¥ 'Apply to Mrs. Drummond, Bailey Street, Eorsham. . W AITED, a Good General Servant. A pply to Mrs. E. C. Rogers, near the pound, Horsham. ' , WTV NTED, a Smart Youth for country s p tore' accustomed to Grocery. Apply, Mr. Little, Clark's Mills. W ANTED to Purchase from 200 to 30. 3Ierino. Ewes, in lamb; state age, , price, and terms.-Address, Sheep, post office, Clear Lake. \ ANTED Good Wheaten Hay CHAFF. Highest Price given at C. Rochester's. I Produce Dealer, opposite National Hotel, Wilson-street, Horsham. . WANTED.-Washing by theday or taken in.-Mrs. Thos. Ward, Show Yards, I Horsham. 'T0 LET.-A Blacksmith's Shop, on easy S terms ; a good business.-Apply, T. Hodby, Wail. ' ~0 LET.-The SHOP and DWELLING I now occupied byAh Gooeyas a drapery store. Rent 20s per week.-Apply, Thomas Younng. '1O BE SOLD, Privately, aBUTCHERING . BUSINESS.-Apply, J. EDE, Hor sham. TOUR-BOOMED Cottage To Let.-Apply F. T. YOUNG. . rENDERS WANTED for a Large Supply...

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Accident to Sir John Robertson. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

Accident to Sir John Robertson. 0. Sydney, Monday. - Sir John Robertson,. on Saturday night met with an accident which might have proved :very serions, but which fortunately ended with no worse results than a thorough soaking. Sir John Robertson'had been oc cupied with official business during the whole of Saturday tf the Colonial Secretary', office and he left that place at half-past 10 o'clock for his home at Clovely, Watson's Bay. He went first to thetleform Club in Macquarie streec, and prepared for home, leaving there heavily clothed, with the object of going by the steamer Phantom to Watson's Bay. No one was on the jetty at the Circular .Quay when he reached it, and he ivai inr the act of walking, on hoard the'. steailner ?hen he accidentally stepped overbofard.-. His only. anxiety in the matter waTifliat'esome one might have heard him fall into th?e ivater, and in the attempt to rescue him might jump down upon him. Knowing that le could swim very wellhe had no other fear, but...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GOOD END OF A BAD SHILLING. RECIPE [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

'THE GOOD END OF A BAD gi SHILLING. an BEUIPE Tice a good shilling, anyhow, from any.- h one. oonur it well with soap and water: be dry it and then grease it with suet or TI tallow; partly wipe this off, but not wholly. lit Take some plaster of paris, and make a collar either of paper or tin. Pour the plaster of paris on the piece of coin in the collar or ho band round it. Leave it until it sets or hard. ens, when the impression will be made. You now turn it up, and the piece sticks in the mould. Turn the reverse side, and you make a similar imprereion from it; then you he have the mould complete. You put the 41 pieces of the mould together, and then pare en it. you make a channel in order to pour the m metal intoit in a state of fusion, having the ve neck of the channel as small as possible. Cl The smaller the channel the less the imper fection in the "knerling." You make claws to the mould, so that it will stick together while you pour the metal into it. But bp- a fore doing so yo...

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Novelist. THEODORA VAIL. A STORY IN SIX CHAPTERS. (Concluded.) CHAPTER IV. LODGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

wi tal ref THEODORA VAIL. br SIthe a STORY IN SIX CHAPTERS. a p.. for (Concluded.) a CHAPTER IV. t . LDoNo.as - he CAEEFULLT counting the cost of every me step, and weighing and balancing the I expenditure and probable gain or loss of cir every venture, were new experiences to pro Theodora Vail, but she shrank from be nothing, when preparing for her self- Arj impooed battle with the world; indeed he mc seemed to court sordidness, and devoted it many a spare ten minutes to mean and ow minute calculations. ca She had come from Mainhurst to Mel- the bouine, and taken up her residence in pnl quiet suburban lodgings-a little cottage crammed in tightly between two pompous- " looking red brick structures, and wearing eoa on its every post and paling, door and Lo window, the garnish and vivid cheap the colouring that city homes delight in; but Sh the geraniums arranged so neatly in the ho four-yard-square front garden in which wI two nude and attenuated poplars kept in1 sentry, erect and ma...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A NEW NOVEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

hiA NEW NOVEL, WE will shortly pubish a New Story, from the pen of the well-known colonial writer, DONALD CAMEBON, (Author of "In the Folds of the Ser pent," "Silverwater Bend," " Scripo polls," "The Mysteries of Melbourne," and other works), entitled " R IT. In this Novel Mr. Cameron has take up a new field. He deals with a mining community, and vividly pictures the stirring scenes of mining life and the great crisis of speculation. Much of the Story is evidently founded on fact,.the author having himself been an actor in the great crisis he describes, and thoroughly at home with. every phase of Australian mining life. The whole Novel bristles with life and action, and the key-note of interest is struck in the first chapter and sustained without break to the close. GRIT is a Love Story that will ape clally interest the ladies. As we only print a limited number of papers over our subscription list, intend ing subscribers wishing to start with the new Story will, by sending their ord...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farewell Banquet to Mr. Murray Smith. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882

Farewell Banquet to Ir. Murray Smith. At a complimentary farewel: banquet ten dered to Mr. Murray Smith,atthe Melbourne Town Hall, consequent upon that gentleman leaving the colony to fill the position of Agent;- General of Victoria, Mr. Smith (according to the "Arous") made the foltowing speech, in response to the toast of " Our Guest," which we deem of sufficient imrortance to give in extenso: Mr. llurray Smith, who was received with long and continued applause, said:--Mr. Mayor and Gentlemen,-You will easily understand if I cannot altogether express my feelings, dull and insensate indeed I would be if I did not feel and express my very deep and sincere gratitude for the henour which you have conferred upon me by your pre sence to-night. It is no light thing. I assure you, fo. me, on the eve of my depa ltre from Victoria to assume the responsible duties of the office which the Ministry have kindly assigned to me, to be fortified by the ap proval and good will of such a great and r...

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