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GRAIN AND FLOUR RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
GRAIN AND FLOUR RrTU.s. The following are the returns of flour and grain Iorwnrdedfrom the Horsham Station for the week ending April let .ar.. :7. Whuat ... ... .. ... 54't Flour . . .. 4L.. .... 40 Wheat... 71 . uoi 3. ... Flour ... ...... 187 S.. . 1. . . ... " 3 WheF r ... - .. ... ... 1703 AP . .L 1. Wheat .. ... 100 Floor _.-. .. 187 Total ... ... ... .. . .. 1731 Uo l . . . . .. . Wheat ............ 021 Flor .. . ..... 143 Wheat .. .. nonc .3L Whe.at.... . ....... 102 WheFo . ... ...... ..... 1.6 Fhat........ .. 115 Total ...... .........4790
MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET [THE WEEK'S TRANSACTIONS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
MELBOURNE FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET [CTI? W?En's Tursocrroes.] In the import market on Frida, business wansnot chonacterised by very much activity, there being Icss eagerness on the l.art of the larger holders to operate freely, and transactions ha?re not as a role been of any great extent. So near the lose of the week, however, the market must be brisk indeed when buyers are induced to enter upon fresh en ggements of econsequence; andthough sales have a fair range, ot muechimportencehas beonattached to the business done. As has been the case for some time, very coesiderable attention continues to be bestowed on the movements of hreasttfis s; buyers still operate with freedom at ndvaocing rates, and it would look asif holders can place no limit on their expectations. One da) flour rises be musewheat has advanced ; another day ;wheat has to improve because floor has approached its pro Srri-onate limit; and so the game goes on. ilers, however, have comparatively little stock, having from...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. April 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
R& ' H ?'* AprilA1.A Messrs Csun. VIsOaim AND Co report There has been great activity experienced in the floereandgreain maretthis' week. Flor wasbenn sold iu eal parcels in the beginnieg of te --eek at 1 lls per ton, but trard the end of the wseu prices rapidly advancedand we e?e now realtaing 12ltoleto Bpert n. Eannd pollard arn still in -ooddemand at qunotations rith.small supply. fhhe :: l ndvanced full 4d during the week and is in g.oodreqonest with a limited suppty. Peasl aso advanced rapidly from 3s 6d to 4 2d which is our quotation today. Barley both C3peo?id English are in rcoe denand at advanced, prices, but there is vey little comingforward." Oats are stillui good demnaldatour quotations and really good clean lots realise top flinree, but the supply is falling off cousideably, and we antidcipate hig her prices net 'weck. Potatoes having been in short supply daring teeweek prices 'have ndanced. -The supplyof sheavres sinaw havingKleen about equal to the de mand.pri...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (AUSTRALIAN PRESS AGENCY.) MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. -- -o.-- - (AUSTIRLIANt PittISS AGENCY.) ?IELBOURNE, MlosDAr. D. Wilkie, solicitor, was fined one shilling -rithlrot costs for refusingo to extinguish a cigar in the Ilobsoas Bay Railway IStation. The body of Jan. Newton, who was drowned on Sahttuday off Sandridgo, was found on the beach this morning. Mr J. fl. iKnipe, who was injured by the Windsor railway accident, has written to Mr Bent ofining to take five hundred pounds damnges. Jlr.lostice Jlolhsworth dissolved an in junction tcstrainilg tihe Young Band Ex let ded Ceorpat'y lietm excavating on land claimed by tlc Sand and Albion ConsolsCom Jamle 3I'Closktey, manager of the Rich. mond Brancch olik of _New South Wales, atton pted to commit suicide to-day with a revoircr, iut the Iullct did not penetrate his iku!l. TO:&lt;rc is hope of his recovery. Tl:e uitl reason at.sigmd is depression of mnind at the los of a favourite child; the b cL:." ie in ta cntistactiry order. MIr. G1. E. 31'Cormick was swor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
I505. 9Dung'S M4 'y -Y Tia WAS YOUNG .-UC 'IlU.EER. Stool.. taton, Land, Finance, ,and Conmmission Agent, V1,, . STREIET. nauREHPJAM ADVANCES made on L?asehld or Free hlld Ccuntry Lards. Advaoees made n?oawun Propertics. .... - Advces ma-,e ~ un WO01 for saleetlicf i~i tbe coosy or in London. Agrncuitural .llaehiner and Implements by the Leot Melbourne and Ballarat laker, =sipplieoromnptln Yaod oli"LinvEuLf TiIEts. Every dlsc?ril.tsn of bUSiness connected with i:.o l.:md-, and other Government Departnonts enuductcdpromptly, efficiently, and eco:o 5icWly. Y-. Fire and Life Ifsorances effected in the best comnpauies. Sales o: Property or Stock conducted in any part of the colony. A soET roR Fislcn aod Gibson, Stock and Station Agents, Melbourne and liallarat. Dennrs L?scelis and Co.. wroo and grain lrr.hor;, Geelong. The Ausoralian Mutual Provident Life As- mrance Society. The Victoria Fire Insurance Co. The National Fire Insurance Co., of New Zeoaiud. Gal2rat Pesmanent lluilding and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
WILLIAM ADAMJISON & CO., Produce Brokers, 29 Little Coltins-street West, MELBOURNE, "ECEIVE consignments of Grain, Flour, etc., for sale or storage, and make liberal advances thereon when required. Gnun; Suit held every Wednesday, aod DBaIY IaODUCE Sale every Wedned??, and Friy. Account sales furnished promptly. J. P. FORD & Co., GRAIN, WOOL, SKINS, nIDES AND TALLOW BROKERS, Advances msde if reuired when receive into Warehouse. 17 QUEEN.STREET, MELBOURNE. IMpORTANT TO FARMERS W. & A. F, EI D G EIE L ON G, TORE WHEAT FREE OF CHARGE for SLX MONTHS, and make Liberal Cash Advances at Bask rate of interest. Gsarantee market price at any time. Write for particulars to above address. jTo the Farmers of the Wiminuera. MR. R. CLARK. of the Union Mills, Horsham, begs to inform the Tnners of the Wimmera District that he has NEVER made any Charge for Storage, and that he still continues ths practice of STORING FREE. ttationery and Fancy Coods lepository, WILSON STREET, H...
Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
SE itsm e News. b, A x amipn m -ereles Butl rhas been fo 'drowned in ~;ereek nerChln hilla. Itisrepoted .that h5Cwise exhir i have gone to Bordeaux from Adelaide. 1P iulu Gill, restaurant keeper at Temora, has cbmmitte: suicide in a most-deliberate manner?by-hanging himself from a tree. The ;Adelaide branch of the Irish Land League have remitted £160 by the outgoing mail. A-man named John Shaw, has committed suicide at Cedar Plantation, Mackay by cut ting his throat with a penknife. The elevation of Mr. Quinlan to the bench appears to have given general satisfaction to his legal brethern. Just before the Easter holidays there is usually an average of £30,000 drawn out of the Post Office Savings Bank, and much more at Christmas time. It is understood that Mr. Berry's mining speculations have not proved so good as they looked, and that he is desirous of office,other wise he will turn his attention to some other pursuit. Some very valuable diamonds on view in the window of a jeweller i...
Horsham Police Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 31ST. (Before Messrs J. Bond, H. R. Kruger, G. Young, and W. Burgin, J's.P.) UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
- HorshamlPolicee0- -Coo utr .FR. IDAY, MRCS31sT.., (Before Moesrs'J? Bond, H. B Kruger, G. Young, and ?~B n, Ja.P.) UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. Thomas Lawes v. James Kelly: A summons for an unlawful assault. MEr Twigg appeared for the complainant; Mr. Ireland for the defendant. Mr Twigg stated that the issault arose owing to his client going upon the day in question to the place of the de fendant for the purpose of obtaining payment for some sheep which he had sold him some time ago. Thomas Irwes, having deposed to the facts, in answer to Mr. Ireland said : I did receive a letter from you respect ing a dividing fence between my land and the defendant's; it was not the fence thrt took me to the defendants; we had a discussion on the subject, but I did not get pretty warm over it; there was no one present at the time but ourselves. Mr. Twigg: That's my case. Mlr. Ireland addressed the bench on behalf of his client. He said the re spective parties were neighbours, and had some differences about...
The Liberty of the Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
The Liberty of the Press. * On Friday night the Chief Justice. Si' 'as. Martin, was entertained ; a banquet at Young, to celebrate the establi .hment of the Circuit Court at that place. Re pending to the toastofe his health. ho rd-erred to the subject of the liberty of the ip :ss, espci5?Y in connection with the rece.nt " Balle:i't libel case. He said colonial Governmen's were fortunately in possessio n of men of learning and impartiality to fi: so its in the highest tribunals, and he rerretted to ob serve that some papers had of late discoe? 1 the question of the imnarcia it€ of the jud: . Ifeortain writers who arrogated to themselvei the position which they did ns., occupy were allowed to proceed a state of things would arise which he had no hesitation in declaring was adisgrace to Ameriea,whl re journalists, not content with criticising the public . cts of public men,dived into their irivate atT 't Great danger might arise from a licentio55 press, which would become, not a free p...
NURRABIEL. March 28th. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
NURRABIEL. -0 (From our own Correspondent.) March 28th. Since my last report I am sorry to state that sad havoc has been made among stock by poison, partly through the c.re!essness of owners and partly tlhrouh the cattle wandering upon Crown lands where the poison has been laid for rabbits. Mr. Griffin, one of the Government employees, had a quantity of bran and arsenic in his dray, and by some means four of his horses and three of his cows got at it and consequently died. Mr. H. Black had a small quantity in his stable, and two of his horses got at it and they died. Another selector named Richards, near Wonwondah, has lost four valuable horses and six cows. Mr. Bell, of South Wonwondah, has lost four more, making that gentleman's loss six head. Mr. AI. Harnath has also lost a valu able cow. It appears that Mr Harnath's cow lived six days after taking it, and upon opening the cow it was found that the poison had actually vorked a large hole through the stomach. U As farmers are anxi...
An Officer of H.M.S. Cormorant Killed. Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Horsham Times — 4 April 1882
An Officer of H.M.S. Cor morant Killed. ------- - Sydney, Thursday. Advices from Noumea state that on the evening of March 21, K.M.S Cor morant arrived there with her flag half mast, the cause being the death of Lieu tenant Luckraft, who was shot by the natives at Espintu Santo, en the 16th inst., whilst engaged in the search for the murderers concerned in the mas sacre of the boat's crew of the Lbeclla. With this object, the Cormorant pro ceeded to Espiritu Santo, arriving there on the morning of the 16th. When about four miles from the village which it was intended to surround and surprise before daylight, a detachment under the command of Lieutenant Luckraft was disembarked through a fearful surf. They were guided by a native named Tongoa to a small island near to Santo, the native voluntrering to show them the village. They reached it at early morn and partially surpiL:ed it, captur ingtwo women. The rest of the natives were aroused by the barking of their dogs, and plur,c . at ...