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THURSDAY, JULY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881
, - THURSsDAY, JULY 21. Before Mr. Alexander. John Coleman was charged, wttl using obscene language. ;Constableo Drummond proved the offence, and the Benchi, on accbust of previous codvictiod being recorded against him, fined him £3 or six weeks in gaol, with hard laboui. 'Andrew Heekman was charged with being drunk in o public'place, and was fined 20s. or seven days in gaol." -
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WVEDNESDAY, JULY 20. BEFORE Captain Rossi mnd. Mr. Alexander. Robert \Viedmeyer was brought up charged with being drunk:and disorderly. There was a second charge against him for being an idle and disorddrly person. Constable Cochrano proved the arrest of prisoner last evening, and also the charges against him Prisbner, having been .before the Court on four previous occacions since March Inst, for tile same offences, and convicted him of drunketnessq, ordered. him.to be sent .to gali for six weeks with hard labour; The prisnner 'begged hard to be let off with.payment.of a line, but the Bench had not the power. A slaughtering license wmas granted to John Frost of Moumamell. :
CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881
CROOKWELL. (From our U'orrespondent. ) VACCINATIrN.--For some time past Mr. WV. R. Wilkins, our local chemist, as well as visiting medi. cal gentlemen from Goulburn, have been very busy vaccinating both young and old. On Mlonday last, what with court business and vaccination, our town presented quite an active appearance. Dr. Gentle from Goulburn paid us a visit, in accordance with a previous announcement, for the purpose of vao. cinating any who might desire it. Many anxious mothers were present with their families, and from what we can hear the doctor had rather a busy time of it. The small-pox soare seems to have taken deep root in the minds of some of our resi. dents. A rather novel mode of preventing the spread of the contagion is adopted by an old resi. dent up here, who seems to be far more frightened than wise. It is this-that he says he keeps a loaded gun, and declares that he will shoot the first man from Sydney who dares to turn into his slip. rails. So Sydney visitors ha...
Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
Telegraphic Intelligence :' [FROM OUR CORRESPOND?M's..1 • SYDNEY, SATURDAY. I'the Legislative Assembly, yesternight, the business was unimportant, and the House adjourned. SThe latest bulletin from the Admiral's ship reports that his Lordship is progressing favorably. It is uncertain whether the de parture of the Squadron will be postponed, butthought unlikely to wait till the Admiral is perfectly restored to health. ;A great number of persons visited the other vessels of the fleet yesterday. The Government House Ball was one ofthe mostsuccessful gatherings that has been seen in Sydney for many years; about I300 per sons were present, including the Princes and officers of the squadron. .jTh.e seranade in the harbour by the Germans, also Dassed off successfully; the electric1 light having a brilliant effect. .'Slight rain fell .yesternight, but the weather now.?is beautifully clear.
QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
. QUEANBEYAN. (Abridged from the Age): . 'The -successor to the. late Miss Kenny, assist?it 'teacher at the Public school, has a~frivedf'nd a entered upon her duties. Miss ~?oethle lady we r?fer to,'is from Newtown, whiere"she vhis head 'teacher in the infant department.': Ms'i.. W. : Ch ~npman, .the .' ne?iv ..attehidance 6ffiefo'" fi-tli" Queanbeyaii school district N?f. 3, wvhbos e boundaries are identical with: ithise' bf thk pilice district of Qti?ailbeyali, has arriiedi'ith liis faihily?and taken up .:his i'Sidence ii. the cottage adjoining Mr. W. J. Barb'er'FjPrirvate dwelling ir Macquoid street. Q&ii'ibeya?inis to be the head quarters of tle attendance'officer, lwhose duty it is to see that all children betwveen, the ages of six and fourteei::'.,ears, .and not being otherwise instructed; oir not already up to the required standard of education, and living within two miles of a public or certified denominational school, attend- snch schools for at.least the minimum in...
BUNGENDORE MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
BU.- NGENDORE. MAGISTERIAL :INQUIRY. O~r las TiiTesday, H. G.:: Powell Esq., held an inquiiy at the residenice of: Mr. :Petr ~Millyn, ori the body of Edward Martin Chali combe, who died at:9 p.m last Sunday.' The old man had been engaged as a private tutor at Millyn's; and appeared to be.in his usual health when he left home on last Sattirday The following evidence was given : I:: Peter Millyn deposed : I knowi, the dece-sed Edward Martin Chalicombe it is.aboit eight months ago since he came into my :eniploy ment as a private teacher to miy family-;:, he has frequently complained of one of.hisilungs being bad; I last saw deceased -alive .on Saturday, 16th instant; he was theniin .his usual health, this was: about 9 a. ii. he said he would take a walk .as far as Cole's,l at Gundaroo, to post some letters; hs the mbrni ing promised to 'be fine ;. I.wanted him to take a horse, but:he declined.to:do so, saying the weather was too .cold;; shortly. after ithat he started on foot; I did' n...
GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
• GUN?ilNG. (Jroni obusr Gorrespondet .) PosT OFFICE.-Although this building .h'is been completely fitted up with all the requi-, sires for carrying on the.post pffice ,business for months past, Mr. Conoily has not received instructions to move from the old postofficed. There seems to be no cause for the delay,; and it is also strange that such alhanidsome building should be left unenclosed, 'as a neat fence would add much to the appeai-, ance. Weather.--This morning (Friday) the sky was somewhat overcast, and at time of writing rain is falling steadily, with every appearance of continuing. Farmers and graziers i:were getting a little alarmed at:,the prosplects, ofa dry winter ;,but,i should we ,have a,agood downfall now, .there. is ,no. ddubt but .thit crops :and- herbageo-f, all kinds will, grow : Land.OQffice.~--'lhe, ifollowing. selections were takenup on1 Thursdaylast, .Jphn :,T. Truscott,4o0 acres,: parish. !Winduella Mary Priming,.50 .Iacres, parish; Narrawa,; ;James Roffe ju...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
BREVITIES., GOOD TEMPLARS' concert to-night. A man named Toole, while on his way. home to Crookwell on Thursday last, was thrown from his horse. He died yesterday from the effects. Goldsborough and Co. have received £232,000oo for their business in Melbourne. To-morrow morning the Rev. J. Studds will hold his regular monthly service for chil dren at the Primitive Methodist church, Lagoon-street, when all are invited to attend. The Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Irvine's subject at St Nicholas' to-morrow evening, will be "The Forgiveness of Sins." A man named Battams was found in a cel lar in Adelaide with his throat cut on Thurs day last. The Bathurst people are disappointed: at not receiving a visit from the Royal Princes. Eight candidates are going to contest the constituency of the late Mr. O'Hea, in Vic toria. The mining claims in the Adelong district are yielding good returns. : *The:principal woolbrokers in Melbomune are offering special inducements to encourage the New South Wales wool to...
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, July 20. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, July 20. DURING the present year, 261,ooo000 emigrants have landed in New York from the United Ringdom. The strike of Irish labourers is spread ing. In the House of Commons, last night, the remaining clauses of the Irish Land Bill, the consideration of which had been postponed, were taken up. After discussion, they all passed the committee. The members of the Land Commission nominated by Mr. Glad stone were also agreed to without opposi tion. PARIS, July 20. The latest information from Tunis states that though no further hostilities have tahen place, the feeling of the natives towards the French is unchanged. Much disaffection is also being manifested towards the Bey and his advisers, especially amongst the Tunisian troops, large numbers of whom have recently deserted.
GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
GOULBURN ITE~IMS. THrE following conditional purchases were made on Thursday last:-James Bennett, 40 acres, county Georgiana, parish Leighwood; John Mc Intbsh, '40 acres, county Argyle, parish' lThalaba; Michael Hartley, 70 acres, county Argyle,; pifrish 'Guihecor; C. H., Roberts, 40 acres, county Argyle, parish Culb lulla; E. H. Larkin, 40 acres, county Argyle, parish Burke. 9'. ":: WEi understhnd'thdat 'Mv Thos. Marsden, J.P., went out to Crookwell yesterday to lhold an inquest on: the body of M. H. Toole, who was thrown from his horse on, Monday, and died yesterday; and pending the receipt of the depositions, we cannot state the result'of the inquest, but will give particulars in.our next'.- ........... - TaHE weather has undergone a change; 'a slight downpour of rain took place last evening, and there :is: quite:a difference in the temperatUre. The heavy frosts: of late have:been 'the means of :sl:oping.the growth of vegetation, and a copious downfall of rain would i have a bene...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
O~dfds'J dge Onho to/. t ill be 0 ed at I_ T, R? R I'L n m he 30ThOr INSTANT. Pay No ~fore Rent. B1 Y UR OWN LANDLORD.-Thi L .gnel"as FOR SALE TWEL"V CT. MENT ~I/G ROUND adjoining Eglg ,hurh and a posit Public School, North ouleGorn,en term of o'oelly 01 monthly payme out inte est, come tirst served. Pan on view by pplying to THOMAS MORAN, son., Auburn. a *eet, Goulburn. TAILORING 8Y8TEMW! T. W. BOND INFORMS the Gentlemen of Goulburn and district that he has TAKEN PREMISES IN THE OLD AUSTRALIAN STORES, Auburn street, which will bo OPENED IN A FEWV DAYS R FIRST-CLASS Tailoring Establishl nt! The GOODS are of the CHOICEST DES RIP TION, the MAKING FIRST.C ASS, .Ad the PRICES MODERATE. ..T. W. B. feels satisfied tha with his long bdonectioh (a s-Cuter) with lMessrs. Farmer and Co., and latterly foreman to Mr. H. Savage, of George.street, Sydney, he will he able to meet with a FAIR SHARE OF PATRONAGE. ST. W. BOND, Old Australian Stores, A~UBURN-STREET, GOULBURN. MESSRI. CARTER & ...
Mysterious Death. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
A Tysterious Death. At the inquest held on the bodyofElizabeth Ann Maitland Hilder, at Maryborough, the following evidence was taken: William Maitland, father of the deceased, stated that she had lived with Mr. and Mrs. Hilder for seven years past as a servant. A short time ago Mr. Hilder made a will in favor of deceased. Witness saw her 'five weeks since. She seemed happy, and was always in good health. Cecilia Barry, servant at Hilder's, stated that deceased complained of being ill on Wed nesday. On Thursday the deceased said she was tired of life, and wished she was dead. She heard deceased tell Mrs. Field that she was in love with Dr. Jackson, but she knew she could not marry him, as he was a mar ried man. Subsequently deceased told wit ness as a secret that she was pregnant through having given way to Dr. Jackson, and he was giving her medicine to stop it. She saw deceased drinking whisky and chlorodyne. On Sunday evening deceased became worse. The medicine prescribed by Dr. Ja...
Wallaby Drive. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
Wallaby 1Drive. EIGHTEEN shooters and about twenty driyers met near Third Creek on Saturday last. The day was disagieeably' cold. A start was made about Io o'clock, and the shooters, after drawing lots for places, got into position; but the game was so'scarce thilat up, to lunch'time; only 60 were killed.'i Mr. Minshall. had~a substantial luncheon provided at his residence for all hands, and after justie hid been done to the good things provided a start was made for fresh country, where the wallabies weie more plentiful, and some good shooting was done. The results are as follows :-H. Shipp and W. Leary, 57 each; W. Gibson, a6; J. Rixon, 15 ; W, Stephenson, I4;; J. Churchill, '3 ; J. Gibsoin, i2;' ;G. Sleep,.I ; J. Sleep, so; W. Davis, 8; P. Leary, 7; P. Bourke, 6; J. Minchall, 6; S. Mc Paul, 6; J. Free man, 4 ; G. Mc Paul,' j; E. Smith, 2. Total, , 7o.1 - ' . . , .:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
TRADE MARK, WALTHAM, MASS.--The AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY, Of \VI tham, Massachussetts, U.S.A., hereby giv notice that their Trade Mark, "Waltha , Mass.," is now registered in the Australf n Colonies of Victoria, New South Wa s, and Ne Zealand. Proceedings will e taken aga st any person copying or im ting same, oany venders selling or offer g for s e tches bearing colorable i~ 'ations or n ny way infringing our r tsa ica Watch Company; Walt n, Mass. Two GOLD MEDALS awarde American Waltham Watches; the only medals awarded to exhibitors of watches Melbourne Inter national Exhibition, I880. All genuine Waltham Watches have the trade mark "Waltham, Mass," engraved on the plate of the watch, L 4 1 ' 8 CASH SYSTEM. HAVING AN I•mmeuse Stock OF WINTER GOODS WE SHALL OFFER THEM THIS MONTH AT Even Less than Our Usual Oash Prices. L ADIE'S Cloth Jackets, from 4 shillings to 4 pounds--allreduced prices C HILDREN'S Cloth Jackets, Is aid each HILDREN'S ULSTERS, ; splendid Squality, 2s iaid each, at ...
Visit to Hanlan. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
S Visit to Ranlan. AN Australian who visited Toronto in May last called on the champion sculler, Hanlan. He says :-" I found Hanlan at his island home. I saw a young Irish-looking man, aboutlfive feet eight inches, ordinary build, with a plhysique more suggestive of activity than strength, and as I looked at him could! nbt refr'ain from wondering how such a little fellow could beat men like Trickett and Lay cock. Informed him I was an Australian. Hie received me very hospitably, and appears tobe a .very decent, respectable fellow. He Showed me the boats in which he pulled Trickett and the others, and spoke of Trickett severaltimes as being a gentleman. He also said Trickett pulled very well in the first part of the race, but suddenly gave in, and that he pulled away from Laycock at the start. He said Trickett was much underrated in Ame rica, and that if he came over they would find out their mistake. Hanlan said that he learnt all his rowing on the lake, and that they had never had ...
To-day's Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
To-day's Police Court, Before Mr. Voss. * Robert W. Lavatt, a youtlh aged i8 years, was charged with threatening life, being armed at the time. Constable Cochrane deposed Between one and two o'clock yesterday, as I was passing prisoner's residence, Mulwaree-street, his. father called me,u:and gave prisoner in charge; he handed me the carbine produced; andsaid thatprisoner threatened to blow his brother's face off if he told of him again; his father showed me his hand where prisoner liad ciit it \irith a stick that he threw at him; I had to break open the back door of tihe house to get at him; I examined the carbine and found it was not loaded. ' "A?t the suggestion of the ::Bench the case was withdratwn by the prisoner's father, upon his promise to behave better in the future.
News by the English Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
News:by the English Mail, THE following sunimary of news brought by the Suez.Mail is worth perusal : The Czar of Russia has alienated public feeling by the transfer of his.confidence from General Melikoff to General Ignatieff. Almost; all his liberal advisers; inrcluding Abaza' and and Scolpeloff, have been dismissed. Severe depression reigns at St. Peterburg, there is much anarchy and distress in the provinces. Disaffection is increasing iri the army and navyland'among the upper classes. Nihilist,-proclamations are frequent, and warn the Czar that he is ndt yet senteniced tb death; but will unless he dismisses hisrevil counsellors;trusts' his people, and introduces reforms. --. .. . The Anglo-French railway tunnel undei the British Channel is rapidly progressing. Preliminary borings are completely sisccessful. The soil consists of grey chalk, imperviouis to water. Sir Edward Walking, chairman to the South Eastern Railway Company, anticipates that the boring parties will meet in the...
Sheep Show. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
Sheep Show. THE Ion, Secretary of the Goulburn A. P. and IH. Society has:received a letter from G. Dudley Hay of Binda. The following is an extract --' -" I see that youiare itrying tiget the .storekeepers and hotel-keeliers to give ia special prize or prizes ; but I would go fulrtlier, and ask !the co-operation. of sheep- breeders in giving such a p:rize as ,will, tempt the cupidity .of even the, owner of Sitr Thomas the 2nd anid to give force:to myrenfiarlks.I elclose: you cheque fori 5,: t6 be used as follows: Suppose: four (at least) other breeders of sheep, residing nearer'? your city than I am,mgive £5'each.for the best Merino Ram at the:show, open: dnly to sheep coming from a distance,. say 50omiles from Goulburn. That will exclude King Orry fronim competition, We must really:in the.end benefit,.as we may establishi this show annually; and in connec tion therewith Ihave such a sale of show sheep as Mort and Co. have just concluded in Sydney.' The go6d'arising, from such a sho...
The Gamgee Perpetual Motion. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881
The Gamgee Prpetnual M~otion. IN a formerissue we .gave the substance of Professor Gamgee's ideas, as expressed in his patent, concerning the principles and opera tion of his new motor, the practical value of whichis':alleged to be' endorsed by the Patent Office Examiner,.by Chief Engineer .Isher wood, and by prominent officials of the Ame rican Navy Departmenti--In Professor:Gani gee's engine the ammonia vaspor expands against and drives the piston, theri issues from. the back end of the-cylinder as a liquid, wvhich rimnsi:totle fridnt ,end of the cylinder, where it expands again as vapor against the piston, then runs back'to the front end, and so on, in one perpetualrotind or cycle 'of duty, without any vulgar assistance from arti ficial condensers, ort from coal, "oil, :gas; or bthercommon fuel. ..old, water-below 66' Fahr: ?istlie bestifuel.forhiim.says. Professort Gamgee, in, his patent. Water at 66, he avers, gives heat enougi i io yield 0oo0 lb.pres sure per square inch on hi...