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What is our Policy? TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
What is our Policy ? -- e TO TilE DefOR Or TIE ARGUS. t c; I am ?nst bringing to a close my isitation of the churches of the northern plais, and in the course of that visitation I ¢ ?are been obliged to see what others only 1 c aboout. The difference between these I to" methods of gaining information is not to d be es?pre?scd is words. It is the difference between idea and experiment. The impres sion made on my mind is so vivid, and the r renelueions foredal on my understanding are so seli-evident, that in a matter of life and death like this I deem it my -sty as a citizen t of this eountry, nd I hope a real friend to every mia in int. to asol yon to be kind enough to allow me to state my views on the crisi io sour widely tend columns. I write in the intetests of noolsoitieal party, nor of n;v classin thl cmsnnas ity, but simply out of anxiety for the public weal, and I submit nit sunis to thle feest ,riticism. I had I s eto gie a. plublic lecture on this subject 'on my returne o tI...
Casterton Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
Casterton' Races. The following are the nominations for the above races to be ran on the 26th and 27th April: EArnCAP seonLEs 24 miles. Bleskin Magic Greyflish Pndd the Inrikin Gossip OWlls Maogg?e Da?lin Cotage Girl Pagan. Dannreavy Tnklet (late Glences) Hannibal Sardine Sultan reULIls?S' PDESE:EADnCAP t of a mile. Dick Deadeye Roscommon Conservative a?y Mare by Little Little Ne'l Fish Matador Mullah Dlelleer Trinket (late Gleneoe) Ciscenell. Mnna 'Litt!e Nell Sardine Soltan Morning Sir.: Morksra-s . L.pwing . Mook - -Freedom. PLrIa HAIcIcAP. Five Furlongs. Disck Deadeye Mosidona Conservative oallala L .tl eenl . wHaoe BrGossi Harmony Burglar Lone h.nd Deeletev Sardine LitleoNe'" MIorning Slr Salean Lapwing Mrkman Sandy Bob casld EEro?rnn:cac. t1 miles, Dick Deadeye Gnor:e Little Nell King's ossenger Correllie - M ayrtle Soscomma - n Durkie Chesnut Filly by Pil- esidor Naoadee Mullalh ,Cottage Girl Harmony Dndreary Pagoan - Hnnnibl. Trumpet Cincinel.s&lt; Sardine Sultan Meo...
John Warren's Estate. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
John Warren's Estate. The first meeting of creditors in the estate of John Warren, produce merchant. of Gee long and Melbourne, was held at the offices of Messrs Davey, Cole and Flack on Tuesday afternoon. The balande-sheet, which dis closed a very loose and gloomy condition of the insolvent's affairs, was brought up, and is as follows: Lao?nrriES. To unsecured creditors, viz.: Coummercial Bank.......... £3880 15 5 W, J. Greig and Co......... 3194 4 9 Phipps, Turnbull and Co... 2906 5 6 Derham and Co. ......... 2604 3 4 F. V. Prell and Co......... 2102 7 5 J. Gillies ................. 1950 0 0 Rlobert Clark, approximate.. 1571 11 10 J. Balfour and Co ......... 843 15 3 Fraser and Co ............ 815 1 3 Greig and Murray.......... 666 19 7 W. C. Thomas ............ 537 14 4 J. M'Leod ............... 532 6 7 J. Gillespie and Co. ........ 520 16 8 I. Clark, approximate...... 402 8 7 Fanning, Nankivell and Co. 269 8 7 D. Whitney and Co......... 215 16 0 MI. Mitchell .............. 215 1...
A FENIAN SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
A FErIAN SHOT. A Fenian has oeen shot in Dublin by a companion who was arrested. In the pri soner's possession a large quantity of stores and ammunition, and a number of important documents were found. TUE NIIIILISTS. The rolice in St. Petersburg have succeeded in arresting the chief of the Nihilist Execu tive Committee.
RAPANYUP. March 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
RAPANYUP. (From our own Correspondent.) March 29. The weather though cold and squeally remains dry. Good water has become a searce commodity. It is far from pleaaant to contemplate the quality of the water that some people use and that from nece:ity. It is no uncommon thing to see a large num ber of cattle, horses sheep anut pigs, plaun ing through small waierholes, stirring ?p thick mud and otherwise pollutiog the water, while several tanks are being filled to be carted sometimes over ten miles For domestic purposes. The two reservoir. r this town contain good water yet, b " the rate it has been carted a cay of late will be very little left next week. Farming operations are proceeding ap. ;. A large area wil not be plonghed tl's season, many farmers preferring to sow5 under the scarifier-harrows or Edward's cultivator. Considertble areas are alreall sown . with wheat, but the majority eL farmers prefer the latter part of April uft early part of May to sow in. During the last two se...
WARRACKNABEAL. March 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
WARRACKNABEAL. (From our orn Correspondent.) March 27th. The water famine is a reality to many .i the selectors whose homes are fully fift L miles from the creek. The time taken up' carting water for stock and for dom purposes has prevented some of the farmers from taking their produce to market, as well as delayed ploughing; but it is to be hoped a good downpour of rain will soon be e. perienced. The past season will have the effect of inducing many to search for water, the mare so, as tee first attempt of the kind by the St. Arnaudshire Council is this township, at the suggestion of Cr. Phldi , proved to be asuccess. A grand suply is now obtainable from this well, althor? h some maintain it is but the drainage from the creek. Be that as it may, it has proved to be a great boon, as there is but little water left in the creek and that is far from good. It is a pity the bran and arsenic is n.t more carefully distributed. The cattle 1: ve been eating of it, and a great number are dyin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 31 March 1882
Stawell Athletic Sports. The following handicaps have been de clared for the above sports, on Easter Satur; day and Monday, 8th and 10th April, 1882:- &nbsp; EASTER GIFT, 130 YARDS. yds. ,W. B. -Freeman,'Fitzroy ... ... EC, G.L Cronk, Queensland ... ... ... sc. 'J Martin, Geelong .. ... ... 21 RL Steýens, Orange, N. S. W... ... 3 J. Westwood, Carlton ... .. . 44 G. G. Whitniey, Brighton 5... ... 5. 4 M :Leirhinan, Dunsown ... ... '64 T. H. Moore, Carcoar,:N.S.W... ... 64 Sandy (aboriginal), Hilaton, N.S.W. ... T Spring, Cobargo,:N.S.W. ... .:. 7 U. Tassicker, Stawell ... ... ... 74 C. M. Belletti, Adelong, N.S.W. ... 74 W. Evans, Ararat "... . ... ... 74 *A South, Williamstown .. .. 74 W. Smith, Hilaton, N.S.W ... .. 8 J. Brydon, Newham .. .. ... 81/2 T.-Budd, Hilston, N.S.W. 8j.. .. 8. P. J. Rowen, Coleraine-- .. .. 9. M. Kilkenny, Collmaffin, via Elmore.. 9 S."Hglieo; Dimboola .. .. W. Mitchell. .. 9 W. Dolman, Colerasine.. . . .. 9. J. MKenzie. Colerine .. .. . . 9 G: P.:...
FOREIGN SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
FOREIGN SU3MM1ARY. The Anglo - French 'Commercial Treaty negotiations have finally-.col lapted. The French Minister of Com merce introduced a bill in the chamber yesterday, with the object of ameliorat ing the evil consequences arising from the non-conclusion of the treaty. The bill provides - first, that goods of English design or manufacture be" sub ject on entaring France, to th-e -'most favoured nation;" next, that colonial products should remain the subject of general tariff. The speech of General Scobeleff to the Servian students at Paris excited a tremendous sensation on the Continent, following,as it did,on the same geieral's strongly Panslavist speech at the Gedh Tepe anniversary celebration. General Scobeleff • denounced - Germany as Russia's deadliest enemy, with whom war was inevitable. General Scobeloffs language has been officially disavowed at St, Petersburg, and the general him self is now recalled, but the uneasiness produced by the utterance still remains. The " Mo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 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.wilLbepaid to owner.- Mr. Wm. Drummond, Horsham. Mr. John Bond, Noradjuha Mr. J. A. Buchanan, Dollin Messrs. A. and D. Mitchell, Natimuk Mr. J. H. Edmonds, Clear Lake Mr. A. Patterson, Wallup Mr. A. Kinghorn, Cannum ;. By order, .. L" STUART BOLTON, Shire Secretary; Shire Office, N?crham, S lMaeoh 16th, 1889. N .0 YITY1 S P. All persons wishling to D o better before iuyng than inspect our Stock; Remember the Novelty Shop. ; , - : SEach article at the Lowest Price. Fine opportunity ! SGood value for yourmoney,thebestln I orsham.. iWe have I nk, Pens, and Paper; - e vellery, Gol aiind Silver, also the new Afghan Gold.: .We KI?eep the best quality of everything. L ots of pretty things. Good value for ...
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
GENERAL SUMMAlRY. London, February 24.' Parliamentary omplications are in creasing. The question of the cldture, important though-it is, is at present re legated to the background. 'by Mr. Gladstone's motion on .the 20th an nouncing his intention to move a reso lution on the 27th inst. condemning the select committee of inquiry into the working of the Irish Land Act, voted by the House of Lords. The resolution is universally regarded as a. rebuke to the House of Lords, and as intended to form occasion for a vote of confidence in the Cabinet. It will, doubtless, give rise to an acrimonious debate, reopen ing the whole question of Ministerial policy in Ireland. Lord Donoughmore's motion for a committee of inquiry was voted by a majority of nearly two to one. It was defended by its author on the ground that the Land Act was not administered on the principle promised by the Go vernment. The assistant commissioners, in reducing rents all round, were act ing as if t5"e landlords had no in...
THE BRADLAUGH SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
'THE BRADLAUGH SCENES. SThe BradilauSgb sce?es have: terminat-. ed in the expulsion of the member for Nortbampton. Mr. Labouchere moved, as::his colleague wis disqualified by a vote of the House from taking his seat, that a vacanc- be declared. The motion was rejected .byr, an overwhelming majority. Immediately afterwards Mr. Bradlaugh advanced to the table of the EIouse of Commonos, pulled a Testament out of his pocket, and after administer ing the oath to himself, deposited the Testament and a copy of the oath, with his signature and affidavit, on the table. He then tcok a seat below the gangway, but withdrew at the order of the Speaker on having accomplished his ob ject of taking the oath and seat. A heated discussion followed, but an djournment took place on the following day, when Mr. Gladstone, though ad mitting MIr. radlaugh's proceedings to be scandalous and the necessity for the House to take notice of them, himself declined to take the initiative. having always held that M...
A Race for Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
A Race for Life. a-- An occurrence took place in the for est on Saturday (says the "Daylesford Advocate"), which nearly resulted in the lo-s of several lives, including that of Mr. Wh"l'!er, .L.A. A fierce bush fire was r-ging on one of the ranges from which logs were being obtained for MIr. Wheeler's mill, and that gentle man was riding round to :e? how matters stood, :7 he was aware that there were men out with a large bul lock team, towards whom the firo was quickly advancing. In following up one of the tracks, he met the team coming down with a hravy load of timber. The fire was rapidly approach ing from two points, and an attempt was made to get the team and waggon out of the way. The "chock" which had been placed in the back wheels had, however, caught against a stump, and all efforth t> draw it were fruitless. On came the flames: and the only course left was to release the bullocks and leave the waggon. This was done, and then ensued a retreat, but the animals became stupi...
THE CLOTURE. London, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
THE CLOTURE. London, March 31. In the House of Commons last night the di. toon the loturec was resumed, and after sn -:1 speeclhes had been delivered by sherson bothl sides of the loansEC a divi sion uans taken on an amendment moved by :1r Marriott, Liberal member for Brighton, condemoning thle propoEsal fr adopting the Clo-are at the will of a majority of members. Thie amendeent was rejected by 318 to 279, alshowin a majority for the Government of 39 voter.