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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

G . : OULBURN ITE^is. OUR sporting townsman, Mr. Payten, has issued a prospectus on the Sydney Cup which represents in the aggregate £500, or, in other words, 500 subscribers at 'I each. The fortunate subscriber holding the first horse receives 1a50, second horse £100; third horse £50, and zIoo is to be divided amongst the starters and non-starters. Appli cations for shares are now received, and it is necessary that these be made early, so as to allow the drawing to take place on April .lst;. Full particulars of the conference appears in our advertising columns, to which we respect fully refer our readers. The annual meeting ot stock and. sheep owners will be held at the undermentioned places and dates, for the election of directors in' accordance with the "Pastures and Stock Protection Act" .and "Diseases in Sheep Act":-Braidwood, Codma, Goulburn, Quean heyan, Yass, and Young, .the meeting will be held in the several Court-houses on the 25th February next. * A meeting of the Church...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

BUNGENDORE. (tFromn our Uoiiespondene.) PoLICE COURT, Friday, Jan. 14.---Before H. G. Powell iand W.WF. Rutledge, Esqs.,,J.P.--. Canimby v.Toipy, value of a horse; E5: Case dismissed,thleBench consideringthatthe wrong party:had:- een suinmonied..": Good Cirops ;T We lihave< been informied' that the Ibest crop. of:English barley ever' sowin n this distriict. has been raised 'on a farm.belonging to Thomas Shaiahan, Esq., of Long Swamp, and cultivated .by a.man of lhis namedGeorge Parikins. In the satiie lo cality an excellent crop of wheat has been grown on one ~of Mi-. Basingthwaite's farms, and is expe'cted tb g6 about forty bushels to the acre. '.': . Electioieering,-At present we have: no less than :siX- candidates who have announced. thei:i itentiohn ;of:: seeking Parliamentary hfdors fabut it is beliekedthat at the end only to ivilld coim:toe ttlote poll viz:, Mr T. Rut-? ledge .andMr P. :C. Hodgkinson . It is ex pectedc to'i be a close contest withi.these two genitle...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

BREVITIES. THE weather is extremely hot. The races at Tirranna will take place, to morrow.\ ,: The cry for rain is still souiiding iris the Wagga district.: . . :' There has been another accident on the Sydney tramway. - ' A horse bolted in Goldsmith-street on last Tuesday evening. A revision court of the mnunicipality will bie held on the 24th inst. If the weather permits the great boat-race ,?ill come off on Saturday. Several cases of sunstroke have occurred at Blayney during the week. Potatoes should rapidly increase in size after the recent seasonable rains. " The increase in deposits:of' th~e:iBrisbane Savirgs'I Bank':anounts to £76,I?:r?. -" Anumberf 'fhouses have' again been' con demned in Sydney during the past week. The pavilion at the Show Ground is being erected with as much rapidity as possible. Crown land, sales, will take place in Goul burn on the x6th and z24th February next;: . IHorse-racing and athletic sports'will take place on Wednesday next in Brookes' pad dock. ...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

*; * oDDS AID ENjDS. A MATcaH for £5 a side was run off on Mon. day afternoon, in Sampson's paddock, Yass, Between Mr. J. Cuzner's br. g. Nobody, and Mr. H. J. Sampson's b. m. Hunted to Death. Nobody was in good form and conceded three stone to the mare, who carried six stone Hunted to Death led for the first half liiile, when the old veteran challenge her and won; the race easily. A sweepstake was afterwards run for by several local horses, which also resulted in a win for Nobody, with Mr. Rear, don's Diver second.-Mr. Allsop, of Gbul. burn, !ook. away by train to Sydney,.,oln Monday morning, Mr. Davis's c. g. Harmony,. where he intends to train him for the .Yass races.: * * An accident of a serious nature occurred at the No. 4 section of the Nepean waterworks, on Monday. A man named John Cannon was engaged in superintending the blasting operations in a tunnel. His duty was to light the fuses. He lighted the three fuses and then retired, but only two of them took effect. Without wa...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

GUNNING. " (fro our, Correspondent. ) 'HiE meeting called for Tuesday evening, to nake a move,in the matter of a School of Arts, lapsed, oiily four- persons, appearing 'onh he scene.: Tlhere must';be something very. crooked albout the people of Gunning.iiany of them are constantly talking of the evil: of young men flequenting billiard rooms: and places of like:character; yet 'ihenliso.laudable _a* project as that contemplated is mooted, thliey fight shyido nobt show ..up:to: assist--in: what judging from their.professions and,talk, they should be the first and foreniost in'aid ing :and supporting botlih with :money and influence... It is suclih action onri thlie 'part of these peoplel that ''conmfi?rfmahy in itheir' opinion that theirnice feeling and great inter est in the welfare of the rising populationiis only cant and huinbug; that in fact the?~think more of the acquisition of'filthy lucre than of the improving odf tlie -moral arnd 'iitellectual tone of those,who are to come aft...

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CABLE MESSAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

SCABLE MESSAGES. , . (From Sydney Daily Papers. ) THE referee in the match between Elias Laycock aiid Edward Hanlan has decided that the race ,shall be rowed on Saturday next, the 22nd instant, at 4 p.m., unless the severity',of the'weather continues unabated. "r* The debate :on the address in reply to the Speech from the Throne was resumed to-day. MIr. Justin M'Carthy,: member for Cork, and a; Home ;Ruler, 'delivered a speech in the course of wvhich he strongly recommended the Government to abstain from. using the lmilitary to enforce ejectments until a Govern-. ment land bill suitable to the state of affairs in Ireland, shall be passed, and ended by moviring a iamendment to that effect, Mr. Gladstone followed, and declared that it would be an insult to the Throne to persist in obstructing the adoption of the address in.. ieply to the.Queen's Speech, he also hinted that it miglt possibly be found necessary to lake stepsito preveht obstructiori. M. Parnell. then made a speech, .in w...

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MERRILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

MERRILLA ,'IL late eleciodn war is over,: a flag of triuce lias ibeen raised: 'destructive .weapons :have been laid aside, and the generals in comimand have imet ;in- thei House o,:f Wisdom, in :RMacqluarie-street 'to d deliberate upon. tlhe termi of. treaty. The mostsimportant clause of the treaty fr: therelief of. the agriculturist is the iseduction o'f' r'ilway ratesw;hicli we liohpe will be s?iseduced: ahb to be jist aiid,equitible to tlhe whole colony. .Ye also hopethat we shall not again witness -,hunidreds of tons.of produce lying rotten, which could have been seint to Sydney and dutiable goods received in?return,0 or cash for the employment of surplus laboir: , •. The Merrilla Faimers' Association is still l~live. At' the last monthly meetinga petition with *oo~ signatures ,'as forwarded from the association to the two members representing :Argyle-Messrs. Holborow and Myers. The petition was posted at Merrilla on -Thursday last at midday, received by the members on Friday, a...

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Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

Railway Time Table,.' DOWN TRAINS LEAVE SYDNEY daily, Sunday excepted, at 9.40 a.m, and 7.30 p.m. Parramatta Junction, 13 miles, 10.14 a.m. Fairfield, 18 miles, 10.27 Liverpool, 22 miles, 10.43 Campbelltown, 34 mniles, 11.20 Meuangle, 40 miles, 11.36 1)ouglas Park, 45 miles, 11.50 a.m. Picton, 53 miles, .0.20.p.m. and.9.25 p.m. Mittagong, 77 miles, 1.50 and 10;54 Bowral, 80 miles, 1.58 and 11.2 Mossvale, 86 miles, 2.15 and 11.18 Marulan, 114 miles, 3.24 and 0.27 a.m. Arrive at Goulburn, 134 miles, at 4.10 and 1.7 Leave Gouilburn at 1.18 a.m.: " i: Breadalbane, 140 miles, 1.52 3uuuing, 165 miles, 2.25 Ierrawa. 175 miles, 2.55 Yass, 187.miles, 3.26 Bowhing, 194 miles, 3.468 Binalong, 208 miles, 4.20 Rocky Pobds, 220 miles, 4 49 North.Murrumburrah, 228 miles, 5.12- 1. Murrumburrah, 230 miles, 5.21 Cootamundra, 253 miles, 6.23 Bethungra, 268 miles, 7.3 Junee, 287 miles, 8.3 North Wagga, 304 miles, 8.438 South Wagga, 309 miles, 9 a.m. : , Sandy Creek, 318 miles, 9.19 Hanging Rock, 327 mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

City of Goulburn Gas and Coke Company (Limited). HIALF-YEARLY MEETING. OTIE is hereby given the FIFTI tALFb YEARLY MEETING of the Share) !ders will take place at the Company's Office, ifford. street, at half-past seven p.m., On Friday, the 28th iInst nt, To receive thle Report of the Directors f *the past half.year, together with balance sheet; ao appo at two directors, vice Mr. A. A. Kerr and Ir. Cha es Gillespie, who retire by rotation, but/are eligI for reelection; also to elect a dire or tb lO extraordinarY vacancy caused by e orge M, Connell's resignation; and general y to trn sect such business as may be brought forward in con. formity with the Deed of Settlement. Candidates for the effice of director vice Messrs. Kerr and Gillespie will please note that 14 dave' notice of candidature.(in writing) is necessary. For the vacancy vice Mr. Mc Connell, Mr. A. M. Betts is the only candidate. JOHN JESSOP, Secretary and Manager. Company's Office, January 10, 1881. SUJN5 AROO. ATHLETIC...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

SOULBURN? POLICE COURT. WTEDNESDAY, JANUARY I 9. :ro0RE the :olice-Magistrate and Winm. ponolly, J.P. IHIenry Rawlins.was charged with being il legally ?oi?~the iiremiises of Mr.' J6hn O 'Bried, Constable -Marshall' deposed : .I appre hended thf l risoner. this morining aboiltOfife o'clock; hli was given into miiy charge byMr. O'Brien'-tfo?libiing . ially~e bn lis?:premises; the man-might have been drinlking last night; he is a perifefct stranige~ir :tie; lie said hlie had asked Mr;' O'Brien last'night f6ors:peimiisL sion to sleep inthe stable; Mr. 0QBriensaid, in the .presence iof the:"irisoier, lhiat he .did inot ask:for'such:permission, oin. :i7 :' : SJobhn O'Brien dep6sed : At is o'clock last evening the pisonierwa~iatii -iifiy, place I told the prisoner it vwastimie:f6r him 'to go -away; I found??himn -afteriards :, in: tie yard, _anmd asked him how. he got there, to which: he inade i6o rieply~ the -gates were all locked he was going across the yard :whlen I called out to hinit...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

THE farming community are now buLsil?i emn pl6yidiritn harvesting their crops, and althouglh this i?vork may appear very:simple to many, tIheretdre .severil points: that requirc' the greatest7 caeto' be obser;,,ed, and ie will en deavour to liiake: it: dleart0b ou'r readers:wliat? these are. :It:is.cust6inary' to take: the 'crop off the ;grdund ,by the aid iof labIour sayving machinery, and afterwvards to thiresh b aa machine driven by steamor horse-poker, and wheat- thresled by this: ninans .is a.lways ,to sonie: extent' bruised or cracked; ,nor can: this be entirely avoided-it:can be lessened: no douibt by the bpenintg tlhe druru sliglhtly, but with the greatest care a certain :per cent age of the grain must be more oi: less injured and the germinating powers oftsclch become impaired. But the practical farmer, when he's pushed for time, generally considers the loss of the grain so bruised made upi by sow ing an extra quarter or even half a bushel of seed per acre, which we contend...

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THURSDAY, Jan 20. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

THURSDAY, Jan 20. Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. Voss. John Brown, for being drunk and disorderly, pleaded not guilty. Coastable' Cochran proved the case. Defendant was next charged with using obsccena language. Convicted, and fined 40s, or seven days, in each case. The fines were not paid, Stephen Hyett was brought up as being of un sound mind. Mr. Gannon appeared for wife of prisoner. Senior constable Emmerton proved the arrest of prisoner by virtue of a warrant; he was very ex citable and violent at the time. James Jessop deposed to having known the prisoner for some years; he had seen him under the influence of drink, when he turned his wife and children out of doors. Mrs. Hyett deposed that prisoner had turned her out of doors a fortnight since, and had been drinking; he had threatened to take his own life; she had been twice to Mr. Gannon for protection; she did not feel safe with him. Mr. Cannon stated that the Ilast witness had been turned out of doors, and it was true...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

NOTICE. S we, are about making an alteration in our business, we respeutfully request a SETTLE. MENT THIS MONTH of ALL ACCOUNTS due to us. P. G. MYERS AND CO. P. G. MYERS AND CO., HOUSE, ESTATE, AND General Commission Agents. Fire &Life Insurance Agents INDENTS TAKEN FOR Machinery of Every Description AND SGENERAL MERCH±ANDIZE. The Great. American Waltham Watch Company., UST ECEIVED, RESiH CONSIGNMN SGOLD &SILVER WALTIAMI W .0ES for LADIES or GENTL?MEN. P. G. MYERS AND C0. Wheat! Wheat ! Wheat ! *jARIERS and others should consult us before Sdisposing of their WHEAT or OTHER PRODUCE. We have made arrangements with Sydney firms, which will enable us to give THE HIGHEST MARKET' RATES. P?" . G. VYERS & CO. OkFIOES :-CLINTON-STREET, GOULBURN. : ,, : :EXCHANGE, SYDNEY. All imntiueations promptly attended to. The Treasury, New South Wales, 17th January, 1881. C, ontraots for the Publio Service. COUNTRY DISTRIOTS. NOTICE is hereby givg that Tenders will be received a...

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TREVELYAN! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

TREVELYjAN ! 'I have a condition to make, my lord,'she said as she withdrew her hand from his grasp. 'It is, that you will shield my daughter as carefully as if she were yours. I told you that I had heard of you. I have heard also that you have a nephew, a dissipated man. I. want my child to be shielded from his n.otice.' 'If Adlowe dares to look too long upon Giralda's face, he will never be admitted to the Park again while I live I' asserted the old. nobleman, with emphasis. ' But he won't come to the Park. He neyer used to trouble me with visits, and his late wander ings in the East cannot have made him more affectionate. I will no more permit her to fall in his way than I would give her to a wild beast. Rest assured, Countess, that they will never meet except in my presence, and never then unless by accident.' 'I have no further conditions to make. I rely entirely upon your honor and your love for Giralda in thus constituting you her guardian,' reinarked the disguised Lady Beatr...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

BREVITIES, SUPPORT the Hospital. There will be sports at Crookwell on Anniversary Day. We learn that the coffee stands in Sydney are to be suppressed. The Yass district does not appear to have participated in the late rains. Aiblirn-street is still a disgrace. Another \veek has passed, and nothing done. SWe understand that the Superintendent of the Goulburn Hospital has resigned. Once again the weather is seasonable, and we hear no complaints to-day for a wonder. The thermometer, at noon on Wednesday last, at Temora, registered loI° in the shade. The annual meeting of the subscribers to the hospital takes place on Monday evening. SThe opening of the railway. fromn Gerogery. to Albury will be celebrated by a banquet and ball. :Thiity-six cases were heard at the Lismie' district coisrtthis veek, Judge Murray pre sided . .. Tlie ie.ld of grain in the .Cootamundra disfrict will average i6 bushels to the acre all rouid. The watermen at Temera have agreed to charge 3s 6d for each cask of ...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, Gunning. 22nd February. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

AT THE POLICE OFEICE, Gunning. 22nd February. Lot A, 59 acres, county of King, parish of Kildare, on the left bank of Handy's Creek and adjoining the south boundary of Thos. Dowling's portion No. 73 of 743 acres. Exclusively of a road I chain wide. Lot B, 40 acres, county of King, parish of Kildare, adjoining the south boundary of Chas. Daly's portion No. 4 of 34 acres and the west boundary of Henry Douglas' condi tional purchase portion No. I24 of 60 acres. Lot C, 40 acres, county of King, parish of Lampton, on the right bank of Hume's Creek and adjoining the west boundary of portion No. II-r of 40 acres. Lapsed conditional purchase of Owen Tully. Lot D, 40 acres, county of King, .parish of Winduella, at Ihe north-east corner of James Christy junior's portion of 30 acres. Upset price, .Li 5s per acre.

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

GUNNING. (From our Coireeponden ,.) '. ON Thursday. we.were .visited. by a fearful storm of wind and lust. .The day 'iwas ter ribly hot, in fact hottei, thain jan-.experienc6d. for a long time; the .ht6ind ?oriied up everything. On Thursday a fire started at Inglewood through sone ashes being ~iattered? iYear'a wood-heap. The fire g6t intd somewood that was cut up,. but. luckily.didnot get.hqld of the largeheap, which contained about five or six loads); 'h.idthe fire.got well into tlis, the chances are the premises watld have been burnt to the grouind, as the highwind?dblow ing at tile time would have caused it to burn so fiercely that it would have been imposi ble to extinguish it. SOn the;s~me day afire broke out 0on tie Messrs. Wheatly's run;. the sparks fr?-m`a' fire at which a'. woman was washing~ gettintiito the grass and spreading rapidly. Miss Wheatly and her sister happened to be near, and succeeded in preventing the fire friom getting to the woolshed,.upon which it was rap...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE LAND OFFICE, GOULBURN, On Wednesday, 16th February. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

:-:. CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE LAND OFFICE, GOULBURN, On Wednesday,. 6th February.' Country Lots., LOT. A, 40 acres, county Argyle, parish Narrangarril,' on the left bank of Sooley Creek, opposite John Fenwick's conditional purchase portion No. 92 and adjoining the west boundary of Wm. Lock junior's con ditional purchase portion No. 0oz of 46 acres each. Lot B, go acres, county Argyle, parish Tarlo, adjacent to part of the north boundary of J. Simons' conditional purchase portion No. 72 of 320 acres, and adjoining the east boundary of G. Stein's portion No. 83 of 62Y acres. Lot C, 49 acres, county Argyle, parish Uringalla, gon the main south road from Goulburn to Sydney, and lying about-half a mile southerly from E. Carrigan's portion of 6o acres. Lot D, 40 aeres, county Argyle, parish Uringalla, at Campbell's Flat, and adjacent to part of the east boundary of J. W. Wil mott's 128o acres. Lot E, 33 acres 2 roods, county Argyle, parish Uringalla, at Campbell's Flat, on the track to Ma...

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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

B. ... ,: UNGENDORE:...-. , .(Fromo'oul:,correspondent. ) :.i: ON Thursday evening Mr. John Gale, of Queanbeyan, addressed a very, fain audience of electors at Carroll's...:. ,,.. . . , .. : Mr. :Gale ,on coming :foyward wias well received, and spoke in eulogistic tedrls,of the-way in.whichhmeetings were always con ducted at Bungendore, and he did not ignore the faict that h'l e wks now' standing in thne middle. of Mri. Ritledge's stronighold a gentlemani whom he always held in the hIngiiest respect, 'altliouglii he could not agree wvith liii: in politics. There were now only three'canrdi dates in* the field; .viz.,, Messrs. Rutledge, Hodgkifison,' and himself;,i and ,as M::lr. Wright had gone over.to Mr. Rutledge, it was thought by a good many that he miist necessririly followi and he had a difficulIt in disabnsing.people's minds that-he would not retire. He had been.amongst them foi 20zo years, and his support had always beenr on the side of the popular candidate.. He had been fre...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. NEWS Was received at Wilcannia from the Barrier Ranges, on Wednesday last, that six thousand sheep, belonging to Messrs. Hughes' station, liave been swept away by the flooding of a gorge. A shepherd is also reported drowned; and a man and his wife narrowly escaped drowning while trying to cross the gorge, which in some places is 4o feet deep. An inquest was held on Monday, at Wil cannia, on the body of a woman named Mary Apple, who was nearly roasted alive through her clothes catching fire. Her baby narrowly escaped the same fate. 'The Wilcannia Times, in a leader, con demns the proposed line from Hay to Wil cannia, and advocates railway extension from the latter town via Orange, Forbes, and Parkes. The flay line, it argues, would act as a feeder to Deniliquin and Melbourne, which should be avoided. The weather in Yass has been very dis agreeable during the week. On Wednesday the thermometer registered ioo" and' on Thursday Io5" in the shade. Old age has called away a...

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