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COOTAMUNDRA NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

COOTAMUNDKA NEWS; (FBOM OUB COBHESPONDBNT.) First LIGHT AND Duokenfield.-.By the courtesy of Mr. A. Dempsey, I hnd tbu plea sure' of examining these two grand yearlings, , They are well and carefully broken, and aa ? docile as pets. They are in splendid condi tion, and both doing good work in the hands ? of Mat Oonden for their engagements at tho Hawkesbury. Oonden deserves the groatest credit for his careful handling of these very valuable collie, I say valuable advisedly. Mr. Dempsoy bought, on his own judgment, at Mr. Clibborn'a last sale of yearling*; First Litfht for sixty guineas, and DuckonlL'ld for fifty guineas. They,have botb furnished well Biuce Mr. Dompsey purchased them, and having heen broken without acoident I believe, if offered now, tliuy would bring £200 BrpiQce, and they promise to com'o t,i tlie post ., at the Hawkosbury mooting, fit lor their fiist trial. First Light, who now re-iohes 15$ hands, was bred by Mr, Bowman, of Single ton, and/is ,by the good old Sunl...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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GOULBURN PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

GOULBUKN PROGRESS COM : MITTEE. ! A MEETING of the above committee was lield at. the Belinore Chambers on the 10th mat. Present - Mr. J. T. Gaunon, the Mayor, Onptuin Eossi, Messrs. A. Lanadowne,: E. Ball, and L. R. Fitzgerald. --President in the^ohair,-when the following matters,were brought on for. consideration. -, ; GouLi3unN AND COOMA RAILWAY.-It was rtisolved that the mombera for the town and country be requested to urge upon 'the Government the necessity of having ;the pinna and books of rnferenoe for this line completed and laid on the table of ithe Houses of Parliament. . ' BRIDGE AT OLD TOWNSHII.\-It was. resol ved to ask' the members for the town and country to press the Minister for Works to cull for, tenders for the bridge over the Wol loudilly at the Old Township, the money for which was long since voted and tenders promised to,be called for. i _ , ; KJQUARTEIR ^SEssiONS.r^-It was resolved that the member for Goulburn be asked to apply for four courts for next ye..r in...

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The Ferret Case. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

The Ferret Case. Tlio Melbourne Argus reports that on Friday the bearing of evidence against the three men implicated in tho Ferret frauds was roaunied at the Oily Police Court. D« too'ivo Miickey deposed that on the 27ili April he saw the certificate of tlxe Iudia at Mr. Duttiie's office, About 9 o'clock that night he assisted in the seizure of the ship. Burood 'tho paint off the hitch, and found that a change had been made in tlio ship's number. In the cabin found an advauce note, which had been issued'for the steamer Ferrot, Then signalled to the Commissioner ot Customs, and he seized tho ship. Ou the 29th witness went on board with the Cus toms officers. Stturohod the vssel, and in brigs found the articles of the Ferret, a log book purporting to be that of the " Bentan," and another purporting to be thnt ofv the India. The latter c.intined entries that tho VHsc'el left Bermuda and went to L» Gu«yra, Gape.Town, Mauritius, Albany and then to Melbourne. Also found a receipt purport...

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OPEN COLUMN. GOULBURN PROGRESS COMMITTEE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

OPEN COLUMN. , GOULBURN PROGRESS COMMITTEE. I 4.TO TUB EDITOR* i Sin,-When the gentlemen forming the Goulburn Progress Committee were ap pointed, and were prepared ? to give their time for the benefit of the city and district, Iliavo no .doubt they .wore, a waro that their aptions would be watohed, and perhaps,not ol^ysrmeet with unanimous approval. At the same'fcimetbo committee wi^h, if they are to bo favoured with a leading tirtiolo in your journal, that you act fairly and impar tially with tbom, and then they will hnve no objection to have their actions properly criticised dither by you or the public, - It is guite true that we h ive not had any meetings,'l'ttely, because it was not neces sary until the now Parliament got to work, ;in1 order, that .we should,be able ,to see what i.Wa'8 being done for our diatr.of, arid the'last; meeting was called for, the purpose of ooti siderih'g s'evoral matters requiring Parlia mentary Hotiob, and' if yourrepresentative had waited until the ...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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C0URT OF APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

C0U11T ;6F APPEAL. A Coiwr of Appeal against the assessments on oity properties wbh hold at tlio couil-> bouse, Gouliiurn, yos erdty before Madura. H, H. Vostt and - H<'rsliur,jh. Mr. Onrtor appeared for the Council. Henry Caspars appealed aguhiat ilia valuation "f hifl premises at £67 10/. Henry Gaspers deposed : My brother and I pay £1 a we«k to the trustees of Di^o.im »nJ CO. for tho pluCt). A^B^BSBini nt HUBiatuud.' G. 12. /L Kenney appealed, aiini'iist the pssofisaifU' of hie pruniis'inin Auburn-str-jot, comprising shop, kitchen, an'«l lour rooms, at n valuation. of" £03 12/, Appellant da posed that he piid £1 5/- a weak, and that ho was assQKB>-d for more property than be occupied. The Council (through their soli citor) admitted that Mr. Kenuey was asaesaod lor more property than was just. The valuation was reduced to £65. Tim assessment'of Peter Onrroll's'property at £30 8/5 was sustained, as appellant did not appear. ' - Sam Young's assessment of £67 10/- wa...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Blustering Rewarded. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

Blustering' Rewarded.. Once, when our own David wasoh;circuif, it.chanoed that he was retained to defend a Ohinauiari at the Quarter Sessions; The brief was marked 25 gutis.,", and Davie; who, to do him justice,'will work harder than most men for any cause be is paid to tako up, good or bad, went in; for a verdict. He was not long in seeing'tiiat really there was no case against his client, and that the matter could bo Bottled in a few words. But Davie knows betier than to ? throw; away his opportunities: The court was full'of pig tails, appending, some to barristers, but more to couutrymen of his client. So Davie wont in for making an impression. He raved to the judye, and howled at ihe jury. He yelled down nil interruptions ; he banged the table and hurt bis fist;^ The people in the next street c«me to; see'whose pig was being killed. But the iyejjow gentlemen in the body of the court were deeply impressed, and felt convinced that an advocate who per spired so remarkftbiyjoopiousl...

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Attempted Escape from the Melbourne Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

AttemptodEscapefromtheMelbourne ,, ?? . Gaol, ' Anotlior.'J'flcidont ;in? the ooroor of Hon-' *derAon7:.jwir^j'8rawai(iDg;..'bi8 trial it) con nection >with',itlie Fer'rot i/rnuds has (says the Ako) come - to >lighc. ? Hendersonvnna liis follow .conspirators; Wallace' and rrWrigbtj . ore ' now, ;;IHdged:':'.in ,^h'e -Melbourribj gaol pending'; theft,trial^i.Mr^'Gnsd^iiMthq gov ernor,of, the- Molbournopnb!',:,reg^ the three prisoners os; very dangerous-men, and 'therefore' :gave ;ihstruc(ioiis that a jstrict watch, should :bo ;kept over All eir .mo vements, to prevent tbo.possibility','of:nn;pscapo.being made. ^Thpofficers ybayoyoxeroisod .jgreat vigiJanco, ,th6 result ot' which has been to fru'strato dn". 'attempt mndQ- by Hpnderson to escape: from prison;,.\On /ruesHay./last the .'oolls occupied . by. iliQ^^threo prisonorsj were carQfully 'examined," Avbiph' lGB'Vtd'the dis .oovery, that <a biir of,Hendarson's .coll, bad . been filedMialf 'through.., ,^'oirtG* bla'...

Publication Title: Southern Argus
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Alleged Forgery by a Solicitor. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

Alleged Forgery by; a Solicitor. The 0<>lnc correspondent ot the Melbourne Argus wired tho following on Friday:-A soharKG of forg»ry against _Mr. .,Theodore. Haincook, solicitor,. of Oolno, oooupied'sovorol hours at tbo Oolao police court to-day. Mr. T. D. S. Horqn,vP.M., presided,>and-the, oourt wa^.densely crowded during tho1 whole day. The evidonoo showed that on Tuosdfiy last Theodore W. Hancock, a., son of the aconsed, presented an order to the;oli'rk of sossions purporting to ho tlio mark of Peter Neylonjv a 'labourer; rwho< vliad reoovered a iverdiot in tho".fjolic'e court against two. men; ;nambd.aloney, i, to< drnw -the amount ob-. tdinod'-1 by ' an . execution.ki'The simark : of Noylon was witnessed by Denis ;Badford Drudge, Slate sohoolmaster. As Noylon hnd himself drawn "the ihotidy, tho order-wfts not paid, but ihmolerk of the courts, on its btiiug handed to him; pointod out that it was not dntod. Thereupon T'iepdoro W. Han oooic ....

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Magisterial Appointments. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

Magisterial Appointments^ We (Dubbo Dispatch) are told, in a semi official announcement, thatthe- Cabinet has just, bad a hard day's work in considering the claims of some 500 gentlemen, who wore, recnmmondod by members, bf);Farli.>mont; ..polibe"!bffic»-rs'lvanil; bjj,petitio'D^ as.fit .to^raco the Commission of the Peace. ** '* It has, for years, been a standing joke thai juelicps have, in Now South Walevboen as plentiful as modialisod Princes' in .Germany. A stone could not bo thrown in the streets of moat towns without hitting a magistrate. And it must bo confessed; that there is much reaBfon;to.find ftiuit with many of tho appoint-, monts to the BhiicIi.' 'Men"" wiiJiiiut" 'any training, or without the small education necessary to allow them to interpret the least, ambiguous Act.of Parliament," hav»"be'eh' pitchforked into the. Commission. How th«y have got' there litis often .;benu a,\vondor. Xi oould'notibe ;for the political sorvioos they rendered to any party. It,could n...

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YASS NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 13. Before his Honor Judge McFarland. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 15 June 1881

YASS NEWS. (FBOM OUB CoilBESrONDEKT), DISTRICT"COUET. MOKDAY, JUNE 13. Biifoca bia Honor Judge MoFarlaod, Henry,. Wilson v.-John Cooney.-Goods B"ld, £3 14/, No service. Cubo continued, John Collins v. Johu Cooney.-Goods SdM, ^c,, i>7 8/8. No service. Case con-1 " tinued. ^ , A- B. Holmes v. Robert Waters,-Goods, '-J02-.' 56/.* iPlainiiffip'rov^d'lus case. Dofoii da' t did not app-ar. Verdict for plaintiff. M. Coon v. Go.irge H, Brown.--Goods. No service. ..Continui'd. J. H. P' M'illyori v., Thomas Waters. Goods, £12.' Verdict for plaintitf^ by ton sent. , John Collins v. William Stock.-No ber vico. Continued. .Same v. Al'nd Goodhall.-Goods, £19 14/6. Defendant did not appear. Plaintiff -proved his claim, and said delendant agreed to pay him 10/- a waek, and a verdict was given iccordiugly. J. J. Brown v. Joshua Sliipway,-Pro missory note, £12,9/6. Defendant did not appear. Verdict for plaintiff. Robert JohnbtonV. Joseph Burrell.-Rent, £60. Mr. Wilkinson fiir pl'iiutiff. Dofen- . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 June 1881

' A.' fitlSHMAN, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER (Nearly opposite the lloyal Hotel), 1!; Auburn-street, Goulburn. . First class workmanship. Charges strictly mode rate. 7 City, jClgthing Hall. Y) ,L.;MANSeLSHON TAito.R' AND OUTFITTER, . . - ' Auburn-street, Goulburn, BSTAUI/IPUKD 1865, THE BEST/STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND ;SAgDLEE. THAT'S the sign to look for when you corns to ^G^ulburn forSADDLK8 aod HARNESS; arid [ *'"? When'you find it tell evorybody where it is; talk , iU.flbpat.it; ding it in their'ears ; make a regular song of it, so that tliay can't forgot it. Tel] (Item to REMEMBER > ;., ,'V REMEMBER , ,aj!,'v."" -REMEMBER C^OXJXjBTJ^/Isr. You cm avert Disease and Deatli amongst your HOI'bos, Sheep, and Oattlo if you will Remember Kennfly the Saddler, vJ < c > : - GOULKURN, . For ho is .AoKHT rou Miw Pottiij'b. Cglisbba.TBD ' Hoitais, CATTLE, and SHEEP MEDICINES. KJS ' MR 3E2 IMC. BH 7^ OFFICES TO LEI'. , B-t r ^ t ( T A^PEENTICES TAKEN. _L V k i, u> Kenney, the Saddler, G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 June 1881

f-: Wanted GOOD OIIAiNMBN.ifni BnllivnySqrTey Wbrkj also, r OOOU COOK for Camp,Apply to I . . ! ' A. F. AVATs6jj; Ruyal;Uotul!| Juno 15th, 18^1. '\ , ^ Wanted ^ . 7^.:.. ,'A"1 PUSHING,MAN to JOIN, ADVERTISER In a;;» iUHMUNEBATIVlfi, BUSINESS. ' Terms jrury' moderate., <;Addre8»^Prlnoipal;1. Poit-Offioo, Goult'tirii.', c'-" 1 :Wanted* ' '. t-"' A f\ BUSHELS' OF GOOD ' SEED OATS, ztiyj'n'ot'SideiBearers. J , : mv; SANDS;, bImi & DAVIS,' ?it'... t .vu- i-y.iv : 1 Wholesale Produce Merchants, ! SLOANE-STREET, GOULBURN.' Vi; ' : A'B, E'.';C'A.S;H B U Y.E R S 0 F " IIay,Corii, Oats, Potatoes* Butter* CIieese,B«coii, Hides, Sheepskins, And11 EVERY ( OTHER JilND; 01? COLONIAL .A i. PRODTJOE.i iumny quantity;', (1 j Tho VBRViHIQHEST OA8R PRICE [GIVEN! for uood> SOUNI! .P0TAT,ob8.V-V : BAREY^and.D^VIS, . . (Late-in. 2n'ATT)r':!<'' ?: I " - Slpana-Rtraut, Gonlburri,^'' ; i: tlU>OKWi:i,JL. iiiii-ri^ Hlini'ionmr,) Un GRAND_CMeEllT. ! | 'Wednesday, 22ii(l Juiic...

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YASS DISTRICT COURT. THE GREAT SLANDER CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 June 1881

YAS3 DISTJLIICT COURT, (,j | THE GREAT SLANDER rtCASE. M AR-I rr-F R*.VV I'L R JU (BY^OTJII^OWN REPORTER.) At the Yass Distriot Oourt on Tuesday last, before his Honor Judge MuFarlaiidi'ahllk'a jury of four, the great slander onse-in wliioh Eowland Thomas Oampbi'll j. auod TboraHS^Sujilly.-^andjj.Ann Sonlly^his }-rwlle) f6T/£20^id&mage8^catna oVfor^BaringL ^ 1MW'Tohn*'David8ou' (of Goulburn) for the plaintiff, and Mr. Wilkinson for dnfeudant. The following wore the jury :-Mr-Bottr; Bosnaid (squatter), Timgmangaroo ; Mr. J. 0. Brown (farmer), Dalton; Mr. Thomns Bailoy (Bquut'or^.GruiiDingij'.and-Mr. Henry Bonfiuld (farmer)^ Ddltonf ! | ' The pleas fil6d""by 'the Sefendanls were as follows 1st. The female defendant-(by. way of equitable defence) that oFtfie timelif the ulloged giievanue she was the mother of an(jinmarriod daughte^vyofiithej age ofvlG' 'ytjals^who'^as^thenli^pgaaoi^rand ihel'siiip) fejria^o| Sefondan'tf \hijvin(r \just. oopej^anti, rcaminalilo';grounds for. Ilo...

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A Threefold Blessing. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 June 1881

L}' rt;^ ^iThreefbidf'Biessinffi' £>' m | A former residing in the neighbourhood of.Bathurst lias lately experienced .thefuct that troubles never come sinjj,liVi! or'to put the matterplainer there has been an influx of^babes inf ,,hiss honspliqld. y ,Iiis \goodj- yvife laieiyl presentedi Litnl 'vwithi three elegant babesN a fc1 a?" b ifr 111' t»yAvay,* of -sh'o wing,? her neighbours that the divine injunction- f be f'r.uitI'u 1 and multiply."-is, p(no, that,sho ca comply with in the spirit' 'nnd 'tlio'lotlftr1. The strangest part of the affair is thathcr sister, in Ireland, performed a similar Teat some |;titne' bacTc^ fb,«? which' shVjjVeceiV'e'd^iiri hohor|u,ium|qfi|£6jjtronv'tlie''Queeu.li itWe'do not knoV if the prolific matron at Black Springs is to go unrewarded, but perhaps Mr... Buchanan, with, his nrdenf.7Vo*T:'f®rXPTr! tnotingjcoloniiil industry, will,see that the good example is not lost sight of. The re sponsibility of reuring a squud of children is the; best ,way to ...

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OUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS] SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 June 1881

iQUR SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. | JfUOM OUK OTO COllUKSl'ONDENTS ] SYDNEY. Wisdxesday Nianr. MOORE'S Labour Bazaar in Piir-siie«t wti9 wild iu'-duy liy far £27,900, winch is rq.'iiva'eur ti £250 per h'Ot. Wright, Heat'on and Co. wero tlio purch<tBH!8. Mr. Hopkins, the Minister lor Lands, is still confined to his rooms by gout in his feet and hands. Considerable excitement prevails over the fresh outbieak of small-pox at Surry Hill*. Rjut's condition this morning is much noise thun yesterday. Dr. Caffyn to-d«y vaccinated the whole of the inmates except limit's wife. The operation was performed with the striciest precaution; each patient putting his or'her.arin through a hole in the fence, while the medical man remained out side and performed the operation. Mrs. Rout was vaeciuated by oue of the other inmates, under instructions from Dr. Caffyn. Dr. Clune, who visited Eout yesterday, was in clined to think that Mrs. Rout w<is i-iokeuing with varioro, and it is the genera...

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CROOKWELL NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 June 1881

CItOOKWELL NEWS. (Fj»"M Ouit CniHIEoPOKDltNT.J PROGRESS ASSOCIATION". THE meeting ns advertised took place in the ; Temperance Hull on Saturday lust, 11th j instant. There were about sixty members I present, and tho president (Mr. .John Brode rick) look the oliuir and read the advertise ment convening the meeting. The lion, secretary then read a letter to Mr. P. G. Myers, M.P., from the Depart ment of Public Works, re Crooltwell tram way, which has already been published ; as also a letter from the same gentleman, re gretting his inability, through prior en gagement, to attend the meeting, aud the general tenor of the letter went to show that Mr. Myers was using his utmost exer tions to forward the objects of the associa tion. z Mr. John Bioderick moved-That as it is estimated officially that the proposed tram way to Orookwell will pay at least 5 per cent, on the outlay, our members bu reques ted to order a proper trial survey to be made os soon as possible. Mr. If omireu, in second...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 June 1881

);!;O.AX33KI)AJR. Pay, of. , .-'Week,' 8uni>A.V:-'; }; . o Monday, i.. Tuuaday. iii.i Wednesday.. ?r.iBotnrday1.1. June 12 '13 15 ? 10 17 -18 . Sun ioti.' h. m. 4 56 4 60 '' ' 4 56" 4 6C . 4 m * . 4,50 , .i ,4 eo,i: . vMooN'B PhASB.;. tLnaliCJuhrter, 19ilr'Jnnp;T.23 a,m,

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Another Case of Small-pox. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 June 1881

i'W) . 'SiXi iif-i< 14'W11 t^^(in«w;;7!,niiiwiKW j.. AnptherI1Oase(of!Small-poxv.'i.vi 0 ovory .Tea'Bun'-to1 belieyo iB sainll-poxii.irioian'carpenter naWd'Edw&rd Bout, who, with his wife1 nijid faiuily)'oooupy portiou pfra ^pvori-rooaietl'Sh^nso^in 'Bello Vue-8troet,' Alliii>n-s(ree|,3 Suiiy/'Hilla.; The aame'iipusojs nisojjoooupiediiby:' JameB Koone/ihis, ..wife..,- ond? .throe ((ihildrdn'^nnd Thornas- MoKenwnand jns^ wijfe tand[y. c>|iild\ Altogoiiior'twere aro'foVrijeon^souis ocoupy injjjho;,house., v-Jiou\f ^boon/*ouiploytid upJn'soine^liuHaings jvbieli ;ibf»jye; rtomtly 7th <instant, Hour frit indisposed, hut he was pot an ill us (o lfHvfi off worlt. H'» we about on Wtdnt-siajV liut, becoming mucli worso tlm'Gvaiiiiig, ho wuut tolled. A ra«h tiluit cainn-out on Ilia head. On lYidiiy ho went ou'for ft wiillt, nnd-was met by some one who to^d liiru that ho had thn measlec, and advised-Jtim, to, go "home. Mr». ii<iut treated binviis ...

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Southern Daily Argus. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING Truth ever lovely since the world began, The foe of tyrants and the friends of man.—Campbell. GOULBURN THURSAY, JUNE 16. OUR MINERAL WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 June 1881

^ttjsjp.isrfjgp :3MQ3ayriK-Q t'Trilili,' eVer lovely stnpn tha.world began, Tlio foo of tyrnvtn anil tlio.frlond of man.-Campbell, ? - GOPLBIJIIN :.. THDRSDAY,'JUNE16,. ' . - iStNBML. WEALTH) The simultanuoua dieooverj^ of [goId,I;tin, .,Ay^)|tf^4l||n^tj,faV.Jrom^jGh)ulbttrn«soems^to "indicateithatitl)Q Oity of the Soutlvta situated Idontre of j a-. regioxii containing>,unde veloped stores.iof' "miaernl weaUli;|' ,Wilhin ^rii'ditis'oflo^'tbW" tliirty miles.:of/Goul lau^n^wj)l]be'^ound rich mineral deposits of ne'ttily. every .description ; gold; silver, copper, tiny ' ^rop^ ipoall' ; slate, lime, &o. I Within nn easy distance of tho metropolis, ^Tttd^p&'sgssipg'thqjadxantagolof sioarn cotn imuniontiqu by jnil,, tUore .,. exists overy facility for developing our mineral resources at^d^turning^ tliem ,to profitable:" account. G6Ulburn^-ocoup.ios the favourable position of tho oohtre of a riuh?;pastoral and agri cultural country, famed,for its,productions of stoc^nl^...

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Goulburn Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Argus — 16 June 1881

Goulburn Police Court. Yesterday>i' beforo\ Messrs.-H.\H. Voss, i J. G.'Kinp;,::0; 8; Alexander, S. Meyer, arid >1V;Marsden,;Js.P.>-\the case.'ofJohn O'Neill, wlio 1 was. charged with " a breficb of the 'Slaughtering Act, ond "whioh, was adjourned from / last i iWeduesday't'for protiuctioii of further evidence,-was- heard. 'Mr. Gannon (appeared for defendant;1 Ffederick^BfaVUejj ? deposed >: -I romeinber deVendanV'pu^chasinfj a' cow from.MrMlanken,' and I. wasVinstruc ted to kill a. white cow; on- poinp to-the | yard I found; itbat£this*. oow/iond the otheq hadgotVut of iho.yurd,-so I killed a yellow, cow that vvasjthere belpnginp to:pdefendant,j | who wns'-notf presentI killed tlie beast and dressed it myself ;F.I,'saw«dofendant that ['evening,. (but, did .not i tell; himilvhad: killed i the.yellow cow 'till next morning; the con stable did not come till the second dayjjfter. i/-ToycoiistablD/A^assizV'Therp/were, tlii-ee >beod:in'-the yard, ;wheri;-I;'..went;to*ki 11...

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