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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

W,:W?iDNesDAY, JucEc Q0h:;;: The court opened at 10.30 a.m. Henry Madden, 40 acres, parish Garoway;selected 26th July, 1880. Obhas. Ciropppr deposed: On.,lOth June visited selection ; .found a hut upo' it ;onm? bed. clothes in the lhut; i no'signs of traffic, no cooking utensooi: selector was on the ground when Iwas there'; his mother lives 1 tiniles away.. Henry Madden deposed : . But was . built one month' after celection,; lived there continuously for three years, - eating and sleeping in.,the hut; was away sometimes worlkiig for my living ; was ploughing. for, my mthei when Inspector, Cropper came there. . ., ,I Value improvements was £10 10s. John .Dowvney .deposed : Knoew ladden's selec. tion ; live in sight;. saw? Mt ideii liviiig inth liiint three months after.selectioin ;. frequently saw him there; he was. awvay sometimes working for his living; I value inut at £5 to £6. To Mr. 'C?opper: Cainot swear "that.t Madden lived on the selection more than away; he did not live with...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS,] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. THE Australian Jockey Club have arranged for a special day's meeting, in honour of the visit of the squadron. The date is fixed for the 16th instant. The Mayor is also making preparations for giving a grand ball in the exhibition build ing. The New Zealand annual budget exhibits a surplus of £26,0o0. The South Australian loan is floated in the English market at 9s 4d. per hundred pounds less than the Sydney loans. At yesterday's wool sales-there was an active demand, and all lots offered were cleared. Scoured brings 17d. to 21d; medium greasy 8d to 9d. There were no good lines of fleece offered.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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The Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

. The evenue. The Sydney Herald says-with commend able promptitude the abstracts of the revenue, receipts, and expenditure for the past quarter were publislied in .asuppement to the Gazette to-day.: The 6total revenue .proper? 'roi all sources :.amounts .to £i,90,520os. i eig o less than 545z4;384 in excess of the. amount for the corresponding quarter of last yea?. As may be seen fromi the details, there..is a satisfactory ain eae ider inearly all heads. Froni the customs the receipts amounted to £334,033, of whiclih £z 6i5 "as collected at the outports, and £8, 739 ait inlad ,dis tricts, showing. a total, iicrease of: £49,666. Spirits yielded £I66,822, an; inicrease of £25,365,;. wine; 'gae £;i0,434 . against £0I,434;. ale :and beer, £o,636, :an ad vance: of £27,69; tobacco... and cigars, 23.798, an increase :f : 524 :tea £16,80o9, nfn improvement of 6642 ;,,sugar and molasses, £16,420 against -L'I145 ; .rice, £36o6, an advance of. £029 ;-.dried fruits, £14,00r, an. increase; of £5...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

, i.PoLo Cociur Bolere Messrs . V. R.iReynolds and A. S. Gray, Francis Byrne v. Arthur Bush, for'maliciously damiigiaig a;post' value, 5?o. ' , Mr,,iCarter for plaiistiff, indl'Mr'Davidson for, defendant::i. Mr. Carter wished.to,withdraw the case, ii order toi briidg it on in'the Small'Debts' Courbt: ' " Mr. Davidsondtapplied':for: costs 'wlichs wero granted--l 1is professional costs, and 7s for one John Clifton,.v. Edward Hines, for maliciously. disturbing public religious service.; : :...' '. I M.:o:innbn" for plaintiff, and Mir Davidson for defendant. .... .. Plea, not guilty. :. John Clif[tn dopoied-: Ijam n?superijtendent of the Wesloyaisi Circuiti I k`oi?"o ddfendant,, and recollect seeing him' at the church at' Mount Pleasant on the evering of 1Monday; 6th June; defendant camie in and seat down, and commeileed making a noise .with his feet; asI[: was 'preaching he called out""hear, hear;".he afterwards walked up the aisle and stood in front'of me, ahndl laughed at me and move...

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To-day's Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

To-day's Police Court, BEFORe. Messers Vnss and Beit. Charles P. Moore was charged with using threatening language to Mr. Mowbray. Mr. Davidson appeared for the prosecutor, Mr. Gannon for the defelndant. Senior.Sergeant TFenton deposed : I arrested the prisoner yesterday by virtue of a warrant I produce ; his wife said we were only letting, off Chinese crackers on the 4th July, same as we have done. before in New Zealand ; he said this was Mowbray's doings, as he wanted to get them out of his house. To Mr. Gannon; defendant keeps a shop in Goulburn. The doctor had to be sent for in con. sequence of his having a fit.. To' Mr. Davidson: lie was a waiter in the :emply of Mr. Jessop before he left. Morton Mowbray deposed : Defendant is a tenant of mine ; I complain that defendant on the 4th July in the middle of the night was letting of crackers, and he said you will see a flare up to. night; 1 will burn the old --. out ; I sat up all night watching; I was so much in dread that I came t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. POLICE COURT MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

J %.QUEANBEYAN. : (Abridgelfroin hieAge). , . POLICE COURT 'MONDAY.'' - Bi FORE the Police ,Magistriate.' - ..ROBBERY FROM THE PERSON; : ;:hJohniLaler w~ias broiught up'"in custody , harged with steali ig a one-pound baniik note fro.iithe person'6f one MVichael Delaney on tie; previous night or early that morning. -:'; '::Senior-sergeant Cornett deposed to having air:ested the accused'on :tlie charge stated,;and tliaL :in answiver to tle 'charge the acicsed 'sat ed. that heý kniiew :notling aboaut, it.: -In reply'to a question"the: accused told- witness thathe .had ichadnged a' ouidinote' at Davis's ipublic house, anid td t hel'had obtained the note-in qulestioni from Miii r . ;I , Pooley onf ccount' of vages "due: to himii ' Witness saw Mrf Davis at 2 o'clock that: morning, who inf;ormehid him that the'liaccused hadd 'changed' a i podn' riote witlh'him on 'the previous night. it wiitnies's request Mr D'avis produced the fite fromi his trousers pocket 'and wiitnession examination fo...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

. A S LL DEBLis COUnrT. D. Drummond v. D. Gallagher.-Claim, £10. Mr.. Carter for plaintiff. ,Defendant did not appear. ':.D:L Drummonnad deposed: 1 worked for defendant for 42 days at 7s per day, and:: boarded with him; was a balance of £10 10s; was willing to abandon the 10s in order to come before this court. Defendant is a road contractor living near Gun daroo, Plaintiff, who is at present a policeman stationfed at Goulburn, made the: agreement with defendant at Yass. The Benoh `decided that the caseadid not comne withiu their jurisdiction. W. A. Brander v. W. Carnell. Mr. Carter for plaintiff; Mr. Davidson for de fendant. .W. Brander deposed to the damage done. Jaies Alchin deposed : Was workking for Bran der in May; saw defendant's sheep on plaintiff's ground. Eva Brander, a child 10 years of age, deposed: Caun- read and write,; saw. Mr. Carnell's sheep in father's paddocks. Verdict for plaintiff, £1 Is and 11s Gdcosts. M utual Improveient Societjy?.-This society' held its half...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

> ice. A LL persons OWING IONEY to W. HAY MORE, (late of Coul urn), are requested to PAY THE SAME at ON Mn to Mn. WHITE. HEAD, whose receipt will be ufficient. (Signed) \ HAYMURE. For S e or Lease, TRFE PREMISES w occupied by Mr. R. Sherriff, situated ii YASS-ST'RIEET, ,UN NING, comprising 4-Ron Cottage, Kitchen, Butcher's Shop, Stable, and her Outhouses, with garden at rear. For particular apply to W. R.,REYN)LDS. *M S. VOSPER RIEMOVED to Slonne.etr next St ailway Hotel, contin to RE." bC ý PUPILS FOR THE P ?RTE D SINGING. - VACANCIES flý a.0 2VW RESPECTABLE BOAR s, £S ?eos t-o Railway Hotel, SIoa t, Tosderate. Mis. J. WOO Furnished Apartments To Let, ALSO VACANCIES FOR BOARDERS. TERMS MODERATE. CLIVE TIHOTJ, Sloane street, G r1 (Late Cashel Mns. BUTLER, having engaged a DRESS. MAKER from Sydney, is prepared to EXECUTE ORDERS on the shortest notice, and most reason able terms. CHIL LA2 S! ELIEF to be had t DR. CA OLL'S New . Dispensary, Aubun street, G ?lbuln. EACH BOTTLE, 2s 6 ...

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Goulburn Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

Goulbarn Literary and Debating Society. Trn weekly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday evening last in St. Andrews' schoolroodii, the same being comfortably filled with a highly respectable audience composed of members and their: friends.. The chair was taken by 'the president (the Rev. A. M.. Tait). The usual preliminary .busiiess,.with the exceeption:of the' reading of the minuites of the previous meeting, was suspended, and the special business for the evening-"A Nicht wi' Burns"'-l-which, on, account of so many Scotchmen being members of the society, the mihiembers: determined 'should be made specially interesting, a number of friends were invited and no ,doubt those present who hailed .from Scotia spent a most, enjoy able evening.: "The :prograimme w?as varied, and besides the, readings ,aiid iecitatiois, a few songs were sung. The first item' was a duet by,, Messrs. Walker ind. McIntosh, entitled ." Scots wh?a ::hae," in which both gentlemen ';acquitted themselves :credit...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

.GOIBLBURN ITEMIS. THE, following letters .have: been kindly placed at our disposal by Mr. W. Teece, M.P. : Department of Public .Works, ,: : Railway Branch, Sydney, 30th June, 1881.' Sir,--Tl.acknowledging the receipt of Mr. IH. 0. Peptt'b letter of the 6th ultimo, forwarded by you to this office, complaining of the unreasonable time trucks 're detained at the Goulburn station, and of the want of proper managesrent when dispatch ing goods'from that station, T have the honor to inform you that strict inquiry has boeen made, and I forward you herewith copy of a report received from the Traffic Manager in the matter. 1 have the honor to be, sir, Your most obedient servant, - , : AS. A; GooDOvAP, -.:. m Commissioner for Railways., [COPY.] ' I visited Goulburn station on Thursday last, and made some :inquiries with reference-to Mr.'Pratt's complaint. :I saw Mr. Pratt at first;' he said he wished'the matter to :cdrop, ashe had disposed of hip business, and was quite satisfied with Mr. Be...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

DIED,     ON the 3rd July, at his mother's residence, Clinton-   street, Goulburn, WILLIAM JOHN FALLON, aged     18 years, leaving a mother and many friends to deplore their loss.

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 July 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6. BEFORE Messrs. Voss, Gibson, and Rossi. George Hoskins, a respectable-looking man, was charged with vagrancy. Constable Marshall proved the arrest of prisoner. He had seen him going about the town beggirng, and when spoken to said he was expecting some money. In his opinion prisoner had no means of support. Com- plaints had beeni made about prisoner by several inhabitants. Wm. Butler, woollen draper of Auburn- street, proved that prisoner had called upon his father a fortnight ago, and believed some money was given to him; he had seen him about the town since.   Peter Callow proved that prisoner had been to his place begging for assistance on several occasions. Defendant stated that he had been in Goul- burn about three months, and had formerly been in the employ of Messrs. Hunt and Co., but the last fortnight had done nothing, but was expecting some money. He would leave town at once if a chance were, given him. The Bench, on h...

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CABLE MESSAGES. PARIS, July 5 (noon). [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Fromn Sydney Daily Papers. I PARIS, July 5 (noon), NEWS has been received -to-day that, acting iunider instructions from the Government, the French fleet,: which recently proceeded to Sfax, on the.Tunisian coast, have bombarded the town, in order:to punish :the inhabitants for resistance,to the landing of-troops. Con siderable damage was done to the place before the order-'vas given to cease firing S";?-- .-LONDON, July 6. SThe census returns. otf England- '-and Wales show the population to be 25968,ooo. , The census returns :of London .show the population of 'the city to .be; 3,815,000, but the -returns of England and Wales show 25,968,000.' . ..LONDOr, July 6. Sir Herbert :Sandforld ,bad an, interview with the exhibitors tt lthe Melbourine Exhibition, and spoke in eulogistic ternss regarding the swelconme he received in Melbourne: A cordial vote of thanks was passed to the British Oommnission. - S - - -?W?WAsHINGTON, July ii. The latest bulletin, issued late tto-n...

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MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

MARULAN. (irom out Correspondent.) RoADS -I obts, .:with pI? asure tha?i snme. of our rads? ?ire at I ,ogt oiisng tho attetio?i they re q1uire,nih tatlhe ili Hifill ard Liigiritih roals. the a"ppro?iel le the WoltiIdilly crosaiog are also being grgjluated and otherwise improved. '-.BA.'rU i AKIo .-It is iorlitly riumniured that the, chief occupition of a cericin grozier on Sundays,-is , ringbarking." " Better the day bettir the deeds" is certainly iot applicable in his case.,: Onunci oF ENGLAND -It is with;.muoch regret that Ifeel myself called upon to expose through the medium of your columns, the conduct of certain young j ladies in the chuch, duiiiug divine service. I allude to the' objectionable practice of "tittering "indulged in by them-. Their behalinviour is most unbecoming add highly reprehensib'o" The forthcoming bazaar promises to be super. latively successful, if one mAy judge by the interest that is manifested in it. The following young ladies have formed themselves int...

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SLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

SLOPS. By TIm SExTO.-. O all the vices that degrade a commnunifty, the one that in my ojinion should most readily be con signed to the abyss of oblivion is the vice of bigotry -tht' coiteinptible intolorance which cannot brook theo sligheet opposition to its ideas, its wishes; or its plans of action.. I am sorry to see that this detest. able vice (1 can find no better word) provailo to an alniost incrediblo extent amoigst 'a aectioni of the pitblio of Giulburn, who have shown by their antionse that they are consumed with atn overweeui-n ing and enirmously oxaggorated idea of theiir own importanoo, and that they cannot even comprehend in the dwarlish conceptions of .their tmnidc such a thing as liberality. .1 am urged to say this much, Mr. l.ditor, from something that I have heard lately. regarding the acipen of a body of men on whose proceedings, -soiie three or four weeles ago, I passed a few jocular striotures; The strictures were ' made in ailludiig to a ditnner held by them; and...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

CHURCH OF ItNGLAND TEMPERANCE MEETING. ON Tuesday evening a public,iheetiog under the auspices of the two brainches of the Church of ,ngland Teilperance Society took place. at the Mechanics'' Hall, the walls of which were neatly decorated with fein sprigs. The hall was well filled, and, including those persons in tlhe gallery, there must have been at least.:4oo' persons present, amongst whom we noticed a goodly number of our leading citizens: The juvenile and adult members of the two branches of the society wore the beautiful medals, and some Qf the gentlemen had their medals suspended, by red ribbon, while others wore the blue-the' difference being the total abstainers and those nienibers who were not pledged,-'but gave their sym pathy with the movement.: Mrs. Conolly and Mis. D'Arcy Irvine presided. at the harmo 'niumn in a very creditable nianner. On the platformvwei'e seated theVenerable Archdea con'Puddidombe; Rev. D'Arcy Irvine, Rev. W. M.'Martyi, Rev. C. Kingsmill, Rev. H. Du...

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NOTES FROM GININDERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

NOTES FRONT GININDERRA, By Tl? WIZARD ON Saturday evening last a well-attended meeting of the members and adherents of the Gininderra Cricket Club was held, by jthe kind permission of Mr. E. Hfolland, at that ge'ttleman's private resi dence ; the object of the meeting being to windup the affairs of the club for the past season. Mr. D. Cameron occupied the chair. From the statements made at the meeting the allairsof the club appear to hbe in a most prosperous state, for makinig provi sion for all liabilities incurred during the past season; the treasurer will have a nimost respectable ba'ance to carry over the to accounts of next season. It was decided to hold a grand ball and supper, tinder the management of the members of the club, duridng the early part of the next.cricket season, and a committee consisting of Messrs. Harcourt, Ilolland, Curran, Butler, Dillou, D. Camoron, aend Jas: Gillespie, were appointed to carry out all necessary arrangements in connection with the event. It....

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QUEANBEYAN! POLICE COURT, Tuesday, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

:; ;: . 'QUEANBEYAN! - " ' : (Abridged from the Age).., .,,:. PoLICE.COURT, Tuesday, July. 5. :. ;;Before ;the' Police Magistrate 'arid Mr. :George Harcourt. -. Henry Gozzard pleaded guilty to keeping an unregistered dog, and was fined in the minimum penalty of ro/-, with 2/6 costs. Thomas Gribble answered to a similar:in formation, and pleaded not guilty. The case was dismissed. ' . : Patrick Ryan, and Edward Ryafi pleaded guilty to a similar information, arid were each fined ios with as 6d costs. , John Lawler was brought up in custody, remanded from the previous day; for further examination. - Mr. Parr appeared -for-tlie accused,'and asked that'the case might: bedealt with sum marily. , The .Police 'fMagistrate stted thatl . the Senior-Sergeant had preferred not tob make it an indictable offence. . :'The prisoner thereupon pleaded guilty. The Senior-Sergeant: proceeded.:to state that from time to time several persons, such as shepherds and other working ine.,-had reported that th...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

BREVITIES. FOOTBALL match this afternoon. Balmain football men were having a kick in Belmore-equare this morning. Schools will re.open on Monday next. Mr. L. A. Fosberry won the pigeon-shooting match on Wednesday last. Vaccination is being practiced largely in Wagga. The Ron. John Southerland is gradually im proving in health. The majority of the patients at the quaraantine station are doing well. Subscriptions have been made in aid of the Irish Land League. President Garfield is getting better, and the physicians have hopes of saving his life. The population of London is nearly four million souls. The subscriptions towards the Church Society for the Dioease of Goulburn in Yass amount to over £300. An anti.vaccination league is to be formed in Sydney. Larrikinism seems to be on the icrease in the Cooma district. Ploughing matches appear to be the order of the day in most districts excepting Goulburn. The Locomotive employes annual dinner dinner at Bathurst last Saturday, resulted in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

A GOOD SPADESM1AN to d;? in garde; sin gle iman. Apply to Wn. NAS , HIrrp H otel. thstead../ TC SE GIRL-one fn the country pref rel. Apply MnS. \JOINUN, Post-office/ Goul. bur. W~anted, A . STRONG LAD for the BLACKS\IITII NG. .~L Apply td J.'PEARD, Blacksmith, yerner. street. . Wintelel. / GENERAL FEMALE SERVANT. Aly at A THOMAS' FAMILY HOTEL. 7 OUSEMAID-mue elicustome nvait .knable. Apply ,-' . B DGE HOTEL A SOBER YOUNG M N as STRIKER. One that ci .clench nup\ and finish preferred. Apply by letter to'W. EME TON Blacksmith and wheelwriglit, Harden. W~a ted.' A",OOD FEM-ALl. 00K . p y Mns. ST PHENSON, Coao and Hor otel, Graf nreet . Vassted,. ST Gillespie's Boot Factory7, 12 orlS 15 OYS Sfor the CUTTING, F[NISHIG, or MAKING D EPARTMENT. . S- ? ,GILLESPT, Goulburn. A HOUSEMAIDT, Apply to MA. S. EMANUEL; Lansdowne. @ aWnted, EIGBT OR NINE SMART BOYS as: Ap rep. E' tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Faotory. WOOD-& OO'S.;'Auburn.street. Apprentibes, Wante- , F-ROM 14 to 18, for....

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