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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

WEDaESDAY, Aa'RIL 20. Before Messrs. J. G. King, Horsburgh, and C. 8. Alexander. - Henry White, of Jerrara, was charged with using profane language. Defendant did not appear. :Mounted constable Agassiz proved service of summons, and also the case against defendant, which was to the effect that defendant used the language complained of at Marulan. The bench convicted defendant and fined him 20s and 4s 10d costs or fourteen days in Goulbuirn' gaol. John Keeley was charged with assaulting Theos. W. Parrott. Pleaded not guilty. Mr. Gannon appeared for complainant and stabated the case. Thosee. Wilson Parrott deposed : T am an architect employed by Mr. Gibson, Tirranna, in superintend. ing the works; the defendant is making bricks for Mr. Duncan the contractor; my duty is to inspect the bricks; when I went to do so on the 31st March defendant (who was present) caught me by the sleeve of the coat and turned me round telling me that if I did not go away he would pitch me in the water-hole;...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (F'ronLc a Correspondent.) THe WEATHER has been exceedingly cold for the last few days. This morning there was a very heavy fog, which did not clear away until the day had considerably advanced. Cricket.-On Monday last the return match was played on the Queanbeyan Recreation Ground between 1he Queanbeyan and Bungendore Oricket Clubs, which resulted in an easy victory for the local team, who got 40 runs in their first innings and 119 in their second, total 159. The Bungen. dore men olly obtained 16 runs in their first in. nings, and 37 in their second; total 53. The Queanbayan Club thus won with 106 runs to spare. Mr. Mc Jannett scored 20 on the Bungendore side, being the only man who made double ligures on behalf of that team; Mr. M. Burns being the highest scorer on the Queaubeyan side with 25 runs to his credit, A. D. Smith coming next in order withl 23, and E. Lesmond 19, the other dou ble figures being three 10's. Bazaar.-The bazaar in aid of the Queanbeyan Convent o...

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WESLEYAN SABBATH-SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

WESLEYAN SABBATH-SCHOOL ANNIVER-? SARY. TIIe annual sermons in connection with the cele bration of the above interesting event were preached on Sunday last in the Wesleyan church in this city by the Rev. G. Woolnough, M.A., president of the conferonce; there being an unusually large and attentive .congregation at both the morning and evening services. In the afternoon of the same dlay the children sttending the Sabbath.school underwent their usual examination in tbe presence of a very large and mixed assembly, during which time the children sang some select pieocs and were addressed by various ministers and lay gentlemen. On the followving morning the scholars, according to custom, assembled in strong force in front of the lecture.hall; and after being arranged in order, they marched in proceesion tr Brooke's paddock, accanmpanied by many of their parents and friends, where they were entertained at their annual troet; and during the day amusements of various kinds vere indulged in w...

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ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

ANNUAL LICENSING IIEETiNG Fos the granting of publicans' licensas was lield at noon on Tuesday. Donald Mo Callum applied for a license for the Temperance Hotel in Sloane street, to he called the Union Club Hotel. Mr. Gannon appeared on behalf of the applicant, and stated the facts of the former opposition when one Rogan applied, and was refused a publican's license. The applicant being placed in the box, in answer to the Bench stated that he intended to keep the house as an hotel in a proper manner and not merely as a drinking shop. The application was granted. From A. Sandeman, in the estate of Wmin. Tel. ford, for a transfer of license from the Bridge Hotel to Joseph Bond. SMr. Gannon appeared for applicant. Granted. Christian Last was summonedto show cause why his license for the Criterion Hotel should not be cancelled. On the application of Mr. Cannon this case was postponed till the 26th instant.

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GUNNING. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

GUNNING. : (Froin our Correspondeft.) THE Gunning Jockey Club's first meeting came off on Eatter M'onday. The day was a very snitable one for racing, being fine, but not too hot. There was very little drunkenness on the course, only a few allowing themselves more than they could carry. The racing on the whole was very good, some of the finishes proving the correctness of the handicapper's opinion of the several horses. The iaet event was The Maiden Plate of 10 sovs., with a sweep of 10s; 1 miles. aIr. J, Nash's br g Happy Jack ................. 1 E. Dines' blk g Blackthorn ... ... 2 Mr. J. J. Lawliss's g f Blue Bell also started, but bolted, leaving the race to Bappy Jack and Black. thorn. : District Purse of 15 soya , with a sieep of 15s; 2 miles. air. J. Hannon's g m Actress, 8sti 2 Ibs. ...... 1 W. Buist's gm Coquottoe, 8 st' 7Ibs. ..· : Miss E. Murray's b m Jano, 0s;' It lbs::.....3. 8 Three others started. Actress won a good race by a noac. Two.Year.01d Stlakes of 8 sovs, with ...

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Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

Conditionaf Purchases. . 'i folloini s have been'referred to the Commnissioner (J. G. KI(ing-,Esq.) :4George Blyton,?12o acres, district of Coo?nma, county of.Wallace, selected 2nd April; John Cos giov'e (selected by John Parker), robo:acres, district of Coomna, county of Beresford, selected.rsth July, 1875; Stephen Johnsoi (selected by John Parker), 40 acres, dhtrict of Cooma, county of Beresford, selected 22nd July, i875 ; Robert Evans (selected by Thos. .Causley), two lots-4o acres and 200oo acres, district of; Cooma, county of Wallace, selected ist July, 2873, and I3th February, I873 Thonias Keith Hudson, I20o ares, district of Cooma, co'unty, of Beresford, selected ,2nd July, 1874; John Reid (selected by Richard Williams) :20zoo acres, district of Cooma, county of Wallace, selected 9th July, 1874; Patrick Bourke, 41 acres, district of Goulburn, county of Argyle,. selected 4th June, 1874.

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On to the Rescue Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

On to the Rescue Band of Rope. O" Easter Monday the above society celebrated their second anniversary by holding a picnic in the police barracks paddock, North Ooulburn; the members having first met at the school-room" at nine o'clock, when a boautiful bow was presented to each by the committee. A procession was then formed and marched to the ground, headed by the worthy president. On arriving there the assem blage dispersed, to prepare for the enjoyment sup. plied by the sports. The committee then went to work in earnest to prepare lunch, and at noon.a very liberal supply of good things was served to each person that rould partake of the same; all were made welcome. The committee, when they found the children had been attended to, partook of lunch themselves. All the various innocent amusements were indulged in during the day, and each one seemed to vie with his neighbour in cour tesy and politeness. At about half-past.four tea and refreshments were again served out. After the onsl...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

'iiCABLE MESSAGES. c:WI'v :5,(Froni Sydney Daily Papers. Losnox, April 16. S:iThe bulletin issued last night by the physicians is attendance on the Earl of Beaconsfield is again Iof a,satisfactory character. His lordship is pro gressing ,favourably, and is steadily regaining ATIIENS, April 16. SThe coIdnditions upon which the Hellenic Govern. :mient hs accepted the proposal of (the Porte, re. garding the new frontier between the two codntries, ahre so very ambiguous, that it is feared the terms of acceptance will only delay a final settlement of the dificulty. SThe acceptance of the propesals of Turkey in re gard to the now frontier line has excited a consider. able amount of hostile comment throughout Greece. The Opposition party in Parliament has spoken strongly against the Government, and the leaders have formally repudiated its action in accepting the Turkish terms, Sar. PETERSBUno, April 16. ' Ioussakoff, the assassin of the Emperor Alex ander II., anld the other persons condem...

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Reserves for Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

Reserves for Water Eupply. No 117. County of Argyle, parish of Tbvra'ng, area about io acres. ' T:h 'Cri'wIn .Lands within the following boundaries : Gom mencing at the south-west corner 'of portion Nb. 56, James Whittles ';23? ~acries,;and. bounded thence on the south by part of, tlhe north.boundary of portion No. 63 and its prolongation west to a-point-:in- the-east boundary of Wmin. Lansdown's;'57j4 acres; thence on the west by a line, formingt part- of that boundary, thie east boundary*'of Wi.n Linsdown's.a 53:: acres, ,:and, it:Iprolongatiton north to the south boundary ofGeiorge 'Erby's 230 acres; thenee on theu ndrthliby1 p'irt.'o that iiorthl boundary 'and its proli6gn'tioii ast to a' point in thei' west boundary of, Henry Stuckey's Too acres; thence on the east By a line partly forming part! of,.thativ.west boundary and the west boundary of-portion No. 56 aforesaid;sou-th, to the point of cor mencement ... N "Po ii. County -of Argyle,, parish of, Yarralaw, area about 20, ac...

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TARAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

TARAGO. (Fraom our Corresponlenu,.) ESATER alonday being a holiday, a great many of the sporting class met at the Taraga Hotel for the purpose of having a day's sport among the wallabits. Nearly all the shooters were armed with breech. loaders, some very good shots being amongst them. At about ton o'dlook a start was made for the first diive, but very few fell to the shaoters. The next drive weas more successful, and when a halt was made at bhalf.past two for lunch there were about sixty of the long-tails shot down. Another start was made at about three o'clock, and kept up till nightfall put a stop to it. The following are the scores :-A. Dalson, 18; A. Fortescue, 14; A. Phelps, 12; T. Styles, 12; A. Cartdi, 11; J. Phelps, 11; Jas. Callaghan, 8; G. Hallett, 7; D. Speers, 5 ; Jas. SpeCrs, 5 ; D. Sturgess, 5 ; R. Woods, 5 ; T. Bullard, 3; Donnelly, 3; R. Weir, i1; J. Burns, 1 -mnaking up the respectable total of 121 destroyed. We hope that wallaby driving and shooting may long be kep...

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TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

Gouvrsno.u,'A?P.:, eANDH.*Assooa'Tro'.--I hid oct thu pleoistie t? ?isit your gan"d show, but have been inmucls pleasicd 1t readhthe excellent rep-rt giveso of at by yeoui olnyuiur coutipmroarios; 'lsa also t, haes these rcports eonlirmned bysome of: iynoeixhbouro who had tshe lieisure of seenig it forr rhemnseleso, and 1 caiio? buat te tihat your ;rist:ioliw. is nigrandisuccessi: The'cicohittee of nagogmcnut'mussit borgre?atly enicomaged to go foward in their noble enterprise.; and thongh an outcider I ; hih theni every success. By way of lendig thiiin alihelin'g 'haid I :ill from time to time? ( ?11ib youry kind permission) give themn the be9ne9fi9"f w thiehhar from a respectabie authority, which many servo as suggestions for further im. poOement . The authority referred to isa son of a gentleinani iwell Iikon throuaghout the coloiny liv'isg EOetledin 'ilt in i' eirli est period of- our liistory, anlid broinoho of hisfamoily :arefound in alli arts of Ethe colony.. I scarcely jneed...

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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

BUNGENDORE. FAT sheep.-During the past few weeks V. D Leahy has been killing very fat sheep, some of then turning the scales at 97 lbs, the caul fat of one weighed 14b lbs. A young man from Major's Creek won a few wagers from persons who bet hin that he could not skin and dress a sheep fit for the shop in 5i minutes; he soon proved this feat in ai short a space as three minutes. The Cosus,--Mr. Michael Reilly has nearly completed this portion of the Queanbeyan district, and we are confidcnt that very few (if any) persous have not been called on by Mr. Reilly with the necessary papers, as he knows the country around here better than any other person, and is very careful that the papers are properly filled in. Cricket -Our pleyers start from here on Easter Monday, -to try conclusions with the Qaueanbeyan eleven; it is expected to be a close contest, and the du;gendore team is greatly weakened by the loss of \Ix. Graham. Fishing.---Tom Murphy, the fisherman. has at last been able to ge...

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BANQUET TO MR. HOGG. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

NB1 1QUET'TO MR. HOGG. O' MoInday night Inst' the 'good folks of Maiulan expreseed their kindly feelings towards I Mr. James Hogg by entertaining him at a banlquiet, ini retirn for that geritleman's kindness on the 17th Marchb last, when in order to cement kindly feelings be tween the employer and employee, ho gavo a free dinner, and not only invited his worknimen their wives and children, but the public of the; district around. A large number availed themselves of his kindness; horse racing and athletic sports were. got': up on that occasion, and everyone enjboyed themselves to that extent thatit was not easily' forgotten; and so warm was the feeling that thei following gentlemen were appointed'to make art arrangements for the banquet, viz. :--Messrs. Moodie, Hoare, Cunningham, Blackitt, Clhapman, Grecian, Fryar, D. Wright, and Gall, aild their efforts were crowned with success. :'The Oddfellows' Hall being engaged for the oc. casion it was nicely decorated; and three tables vero l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

FRE~iF IS ! S"'"'ROM the N. F ? Company/to b hlad I/" '!'? :EVERY T' SA ;aLjt Si' ,r ·~: A .fl -l1 I N o r OLC: mOrr W emorial Fund. .. ,S it has been determined by the friends and ?~ 1? rfellow-churchmen of THE ATE MR. JOHN MSILLER, CA IST I0s TIIE OCunRnc oF ENGLAND, / Coon.rov onA, to rai-? a norial o..r his remains. 1 now solion subrptions to the same. They w ll be kindr reeied by the Ven. Arehdeac Puddi. com e, Gtu~urn; thie Rov. S. B. Holt, 'o ,mn ,.dra or unldersigned, either in post6 amps, poI t-oflice order, or any wany eonv~et to e sender; and the receip of it 'will' be uly ne knowledged in the Contanihndra Hral antl the l;oulburn Evening Peoifly Pose .b I Thd fui will be eesed en th Nst of Ma.y lists wvill hs t" ?en .. .. B .0RTW.R1GHT, - • ' .• ' . Costamunidrn. IB RI DGE' HOTEL " 0 ne n ,znd Goldsmiti Stree s. C0/fl, E oigbine bhavingitrken the sbos e l des es. ,to:acquaint: the' publio.of ?oj - ,.,.an.dl t roudiig:idi tricts.; that as, vpr/ givi ig.bimn cll ?,will flnd...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

GOULBURN[ POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 10. BEaORE Mr. C. S. Alexander. George Sharpe was charged with drunkenness. Senior Sergeant Fenton proved the charge, and being convicted, was fined 20s, or seven days. Samnuel Knapp a lad of 15 years, was charged with' stealing from the dwelling of Rachael Armstrong. lachael Armstrong deposed that prisoner was apprenticed from ilandwick to]my late husband; had been with me two .years next July; he was indented as general house servant; on Wednesday last at about 8 p.m I saw a light in the store, and the prisoner was there with a banknote in his band; he then folded it up and put it in his pocket; he then came out of the store, and went in the yard as usual; I watched him then; he said he was going to get a drink of water and then go to bed; he then went as far as the bridge, and I called him, and he returned; when my son Alexander came home I told him something about the prisoner, and went and pointed out the place in the atore-room w'here I h...

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ODDFELLOWS' ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

ODDFELLUWS' ANlIVERSARY. AccORDING to 'announcements made in the local iournals,' the members of the Star of the South Lodge, Grand. United Order of Oddfellows, cele. brated their l aniversary on Easter Monday, in accordance with their custom. They began to essemblo eat the lodge-room, Temperance Hall, at nine o'clock ;" and at half-past nine there was a tolerably good muster, including representa tives flom the two Manchester Unity Lodges in this city-the Loyal Strangers' Friend and Victo ria. Besides this, there were two or three mem bers of the Loyal Argyle Lodge, and a couple from one of the Sydcey lodges in attendance. The whole having mustered in the hall, and Brother J. Furney taken the chair, it was resolved that Brother J. Williams act as conductor throughout the procession, which position he filled to the entire isfaction of all the brethren. The Concordia Band, whioh had been engaged to perform .at'both the procession and sports, here played a lively air; after which the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

MARRIED,     DENNEY — MORRIS. — April 19th, at St. John's Church, Canberra, by the Rev. Canon Smith,   BENJAMIN DENNEY, of Ryhanna, to HESTER,     daughter of MR. HENRY MORRIS, of Ginin- derra.       DIED,   ON 17th instant, at his parents' residence, Bradley- street, GEORGE HENRY, the beloved son of GEORGE and ANNIE DONALDSON. "Safe in   the arms of Jesus."    

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Easter Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

Easter Oricket MIatch, OQ Saturday last a rather small number of persons found their way to Garroorigang to witness the match that commenced between thirteen of Goul. burn andeleven of the Albert Club. The Alberts were the first to go to the wickets, and closed their innings for 153 at about three in the afternoon. The Goulburn men then went in and finished their innings at five with a totll of 150. The captains for the Alberts and Goulburn teams were Messrs. Massie and Nash, having as umpires Messrs. E. J. Smith and T. Kenane. On Monday the match was resumed. The weather was hardly so fine as one would wish, and the attendance was not so large as it should have been. The Alberts went in for their second innings, in which after some fair bat ting they scored 55, and gave place to the Goulburn men, who scored 26. The bowling and fielding of the Sydney men was good, and the local team had an uphill game to play throughout, and in their last innings wore a man short. The following are ...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, GUNNING, On Wednesday, 11th May, Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

CROWN LAND SALES.:.; i'. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, GUNNING,-l: ...: On Wednesday,n ith May,: .I Country-Lots.::-. ; -; SLot .A;,i x. acres, .county, of King, parish D'alton, o thl'rbid from'Gunning to Dalton, lying bet'ween' Jamnes 'Br6inie's conditional pnrchaseiportioff N6No7; of 4oy acres, and S Brovwn's conditional purchase portion No. 229'f' 40 acres.: : Lot B,.o 'acres 3 perches, county King, parish Dixbno,lying between the road 'from Gundaoo6 to Gu'nning'and the west boundary G. Reynolds' portion No. 6 of 30 acres. , Lot C, 80 acres,?county King, parish Muon doonen, adjacent, to the west' boundaries:of *M. Hately's condititional purchase portion 143 of 40 acres, and R. Hately's conditionali purchase portion No. I42 of 40 acres., For. feited conditional purchase of Jas. Alchin/'-' Lots D and E, 40 acres each, F,'76 acres,? county -King, parish' Narrawa, on and near, the right bank of Narrawa. Creek, and adjoin' ing the west and south boundaries of;W. Dodd's conditional purchase, p...

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MIDDLE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

MI)DDLE CREEK. (From our CorreapondenA.) A CRICKET MATCH that was looked forward to' with much interest came off on Easter Monday at Mr. G. Mortimer's, between eighteen representatives of Upper Middle Creek against- a like number representing Lower Middle Creek, which resulted in an easy victory for the former with one innings and 30 runs to spare. G. Warn and \V. Leary did good service with the ball for their side, the former bowling a slow break-back, which completely puzzled the batsmen; and his fielding was also much admired. The Upper Middle Creek team went first to the wickets, and put together 78 runs, which was considered a small score for the number of batsmen. T. Leary made 14, and was 'run out; whilst J. Leary and W. Warn were next highest scorers with 9 each to their credit. The Lower Mliddle Creek men in their first innings only made 16 runs, and following up their innings they were all disposed of for 32. PhI Kennedy was top scorer with 8 to his credit, and carried his...

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