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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. SOIME twenty-one lots of crown lands, varying in size from 34 acres I rood to 50 acres, and situated in the county of Argyle and parishes of Cullulla, Narrangarril, Strath aird, Collector, Upper Tarlo, Mullengullenga, Boro, Jerrara, Quialigo, Guinecor, and Baw Baw were submitted to public competition by the local crown lands agent (Mr. C. S. Alex ander) at noon yesterday. The attendance of purchasers was very small, which caused the competition for the various lots sold to be very meagre. The lots had previously been submitted on the 29th November 188o, but thd sale lapsed for want of attendance. Lot A, 40 acres at Cullulla, on the right bank of Budjong Creek, pairtly opposite J. Holts' 1185 acres, was purchased by C. H. Roberts at the upset price of 25s. per acre. Lots B and C, at Narrangarril, were withdrawn. For lotsDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST and U there was no offer. The watermen of the city must be making money fast, or, they would never exercise such a spirit of indepen...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, JAN. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, JAN. 4. BEFORE the Police-Magistrate, and Mr. Marsden. SSeveral minor cases were heard and dis posed of, and the following were defended : Frost v. Murphy.-This was a claim for .£9s.; amount of a promissory note, and an order. Mr. Betts appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Gannon for defendant. The plaintiff Woved to the signature on the pro. note being defendant's,.and it came out in evidence that J7 4s. of the amount was for liquor, gild the balance was amount of an order given by one Mc Kay to plaintiff, drawn on Murphy, for quarrying done by Mc Kay. The latter being called, acknow ledged to the order being in his own hand writing, and that Murphy owed witness the money. Mr. Gannon, after crossexamining witness, addressed the Bench, who after consultation gave a verdict for £2 4s, and costs of courtr Duncan v. Burt.-This was a claim fo £3 ios.; the amount owing for a tombstone supplied. Verdict for full amount and costs. Jones v. Bourn and Cavanagh, the lat...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

BRAIDWOOD. (From our Correspondent.) DEATH is never welcome, but when he comes unannounced--when he steals on us in the dark and silent night and hurries his victims off to the tomb, that we may hear in the early morn that his work is done and that we have lost one of our best friends--then it is that the women weep and strong men clinch their teeth to suppress their tears, while their faces grow pale with terror to think that one --healthy, strong, happy, and joyous--is hur- ried away in the prime of life from her family, and friends. This morning we were appalled to hear that Mrs. Sutherland had died in the night from a sunstroke received yesterday while attending to the children at the party that she gave. She bustled about in the hot sun, and part of the time without anything on her head; in the evening she was taken sick with vomiting and other symptoms, but no serious results were immediately anticipa- ted. During the night, however, the symp- toms grew alarming, and the docto...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 6 January 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. Bishop Barker, of Sydney, is much better ; his speech has improved, and he has gained more power of movement in the leg, but only a slight improvement in the right arm and hand. We sincerely hope he will thoroughly recover. A lady correspondent advises the house wives of Sydney to tie a piece of flannel over the water tap when running water into casks, or other vessels ; the accumulation of filth in the flannel will prove its utility, and will be so much less dirt taken into the system of the members of their families. Some three or four days ago a man named Thomas Payne, aged 81 years, and lately employed on Iandra station, was out shooting, when the gun burst, the result being that not only his face was discolored, but his arm as far as the wrist was shattered. He bled profusely in consequence, and lay in the bush for the better part of two days and the whole of one night, without food or drink or any relief whatever. Help at last came, and he was brought to the Bur...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

BREVITIES. QUARTER Sessions are over. Oddfellows' Hall not yet commenced. Kingsell's new buildings are progressing. The "Sentinel" rather rough last week. There are 440 Oddfellows in Goulburn. Some of Cosmo's youngsters have measles. Wanted, a new drop curtain at Mechanics'. The crops in Tumut district are good. On Thursday night there was only a part of the street lamps alight. The Goulburn clergymen don't get very fat on their marriage fees. We have only about thirty hotels in Goul bnrn, and all can live. The supposed Chinese orchestra in Auburn-street, on Thursday night, was a " sell." Several more complaints made to us about metal in Auburn-street. A lad named Dougall was drowned in Tumut river, while bathing, on Tuesday last. Two kanakas were murdered on Christmas Day, at Newcastle Bay, by the natives. The two larrikins recently acquitted by the jury for assault 'and robbery of a Chinaman, have again been arrested for a similar of fence. An increase of /£9o,ooo compared with la...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

ODDS AND ENDS, On last Saturday morning Richard Turbin, a man of seventy years of age, residing at Good Good, Jingera, committed suicide by putting.a rope round his neck, fastening it to a beam, and then jumpiug off a table. At daylight on that morning he was found by his daughter suspended. to the beam. An inquest was held on the body on Saturday last, when the medical evidence went to show that death was caused by strangulation, and the jury gave a verdict to this effect. The Quaker's Address to his Watchmaker. -"1I hereby send thee my pocket-clock, which standeth in need of thy friendly cor rection. The last time it-was at thy friendly school it was in no way benefited or profited thereby, for I perceive by the index of its mind that it is a liar, and the truth is not in it. Purge'it, therefore, I beseech thee, and correct it from the error of its ways, and show it the path wherein it should go; .and when thou layest thy correcting hand upon it see that it be without passion. les...

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

, ..:; RIDAY, JANUARY 7. Bofore His:Honor Judge McFarland. E :Jones,HI. Taylor, J. Goodwin, G. Tophanm, R. Belgrnve, and A. Hines appealed against the decision of the Bench at Goulburn sen tencing them to a weeks' imprisonment for gambling. This case was postponed from last evening. Mr. Betts appeared for the appellants, and applied for a postponement till Monday next, or till next quarter sessions, and stated that with Mr. Gannon he had been looking up the decisions of the authorities in similar cases and there ivould be'probliably found so?iething in the Englisl Atithorities vhich.i e * would endeavour to find that would justify his Honor granting the postponement, and:.:that .giving notice to one Justice:for appeal, had the same effect as giving each of the Justice's notice. His Honor stated that he could not at that time see any reasonable grounds why the case should be postponed, but in order to give every opportunity for the case to be brought properly before him, he would gra...

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COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 6. ON resuming after lunch, the case of .perjury was proceeded with. It bill be remembered, as we reported in our last issue, that the case for the crown was closed, and for the defence Mr. Betts called James Irwine, who deposed : I reside at Burrawang; I know the prisoner, and also Mary Miller; I was at Ginger's house on the 15th October last, and heard some words between prisoner and the girl; he told her to go to bed; she made answer that she would go if she liked; the prisoner then shoved her from the bar. parlour into the passage; I was standing very close to the door; the prisoner could not have given her a slap in the face without my seeing him : he did nothing more than push her; of this I am perfectly sure. To Crown-Prosecutor: I did not hear a slap at all; I know Mumberson; I believe that I had some conversation with him ; he might have said that this was a pretty mess to have got into; I will not swear that I said nothing; but ...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

CABLE " MESSAGES. (Fron? Sydney Daily Papers. ) LONDON, Jan. 5. A VERY serious affray took place yesterday, between the constabulary and a crowd of tenant-farmers and sympathisers, in the vicinity of'Claremorris, in the county Mayo, at a short distance from Captain Boycott's place. The police were proceeding to serve a notice of ejectment on a tenant, at a place named Northbrook, in consequence of his refusal to pay rent. A large and threatening crowd assembled in order to prevent the police from carrying out their object. Eventually the constabulary were com pelled to charge the mob with fixed bayonets in order to disperse them. Several among the crowd werewounded; some very seriously. A new mortgage debenture loan of £200,000 for South Australia is about to be placed on the London market. The debentures will be offered at par. LONDON, Jan. 6. Parliament will be opened this afternoon. The following is an outline of the Queen's Speech, to be delivered. It will open with a reference ...

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NOTES ON MANY THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

NOTES ON MANY THR[NGS, BY Cosiao. ~ THE holidays are all over, and,,if the flies, No. 7, and the nurse, will givehine .a few minutes' peace I will try to cony -to the gentle and- fierce* reader (I don't: see why there shouldn't be a fierce as well as a gentle reader, although the novelists don't seem to thinkl so,) my thoughts on some of the events that transpired during those two flaming hot weeks.: Inthe .first place, then, I went to Breadalbane. It has been a problem with my friends how I managed to raise the three shillings; but the mystery will always remain buried in. my own breast-suffice it to say, I got there. I got there, and I found-what ? Plenty of dry grass, plenty of people, plenty of trees, plenty of sun-but no water. I couldn't get a drop even to moisten the lips of No. 6; and then I wanted to know who was to blame- nay, my paternal eye yearned to behold the man who was supposed to sup= ply water, and my paternal muscles swelled in anticipation of the meeting. The co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

PECTABLE WO AN to act a eOOK u 4L NDRESS. onsemaid kept. L. fH .'L GEI?ALD, Star otel. Wa\ 'ied, iR 500 SHEEP, oan e halves or n term o barranged. JO O'BRIEN, ad Man , near Gunning. LAUNDRESS by the day or as mi be arranged. Apply to Mais. FI LY, Ardgowan, Yass Road. Y NG W 1AOl as NURSE. Ap "' to M- bI . . BEIT, W lerradeeu, Colleo?or; or Mit. y.HOMIAS, Thoim~s's aotl, Gulbirn, T tA 2fOUGIILY PRACTI( / G M A?NA pply, - - IHENRY PAYT mnoro. S G USEFUL GIRLf y ork. ly, AITELA, Royal H ( : ;?G"ENEIRALL :SERV . NT. Ins' : 1'.sý~ý'O E P ý;'Slloaie-street,; GIo rMARRIED.COUPLE fora Sti ply, S;?RGYLE INN, Montangoue.str, G ERAL SER NT. MN GIL. ESPIE. Apply to 's. C. Ga. c:E edte.sI, OUNG WOMA as eneir nt. - pply to Mus. KINl Hillsid! Was ed4, SRE, TABLEM as C d ??(Garen r. Apply to r. W.ý ,. Elsmere, burn. Wanatedi, j 7IGEIT OR-NTNE SMART BOYS n LA tices, at Wood & Co's Boot ;Facto[p ly WOOD & CO'S.-,i-Abuirn.street. ST Gillespio's '.Boot. Fiotory, SIX' HT , BOYS. "" _ S C...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS.: A PATIENT named William Armitt, from Bun gonia, died in the hospital it twenty minutes to 12 last evening. He had been suffering from a complication of diseases, and had been an inmate of the institution for three weeks. Mr. McKinlay, of North Goulburn, met with an accident at Tarago on Thursday last. From what we can gather, it appears he was riding on horseback and fell off. Dr. Morton was sent for, who attended the suf ferer and had him removed to his house, where he now lies. We notice that Constables Whealey and Cochrane are busily engaged in collecting the Electoral roll; they have, we understand, got the town to do between them. It is stated on good authority that Messrs. Locke, KIenane, and O'Brien have pur-. chased the Southern Argus; each of these gentlemen has been connected with the Argus for some time past. Mr. Henry Payten has issued a very liberal programme of sports for Wednesday, 26th instant-Anniversary Day-containing fifteen events, including foot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

CANCIES F-OR TWO or REE BOARD ES, at MR;s. NEWMAN'S, linton-street. VACANCIES FOR BOARDERS. Also a SUITE of ROOMS TO LET, with Board and Residence and Attendance. Particulars can be had on applic, ion to M as. JONES, Auburn-street, opposite the Post.Office. Select Board and Reside ce FOR GENTLEMEN on MODERATE ERMS. Apply to MRs. PAIN, Auburn-st ect. For Tir anna. COACF will leavs ickan's Hotel EVE V - SUNDAY at ha st two o'clock, for the PELICAN INN, T' !R NNA. Far s Return. W. DICKO N. Notice to Trespassers. rB1HE uneersigned has received STRICT IN STRUCT'IONS to proceed against any per. sons whomsoever FOUND TRESPASSING or entering without lawful ex ?9 upon any of the ,enclosed lands of the folio ? owners of prope ty in and.around Goulburn. B I P 9F GOULBU N SROSSI ERCJ9 /OLE B / HORSB GI3 SLEWIS JOfN SLOCOMBe l SAMUEL FERGUSON A. M. BETTS. A. M. BErTS, Solicitor, Goulburn. THE GREAT Furnishing Arcade, GOULBURN. CHAS. ROGERS, PROPRIETOR. BUILDING MATERIALS RE still being sold at t...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

GUNNING. (From our Correspondent.) On Tuesday night the half,yearly meeting ot the Wesleyan M. I. Society was held in the school-room; the business transacted was of the usual character of such meetings. The gentlemen to fill various: offices during: the next half- year Mr. F. W. Conolly. Vice, President.;::Mi. Simmis,; bce??tatiry Mr. Ayers; treasurer; Mr . IHI WoV6odwaird; Librarianf' and Mr. P. Board; editor of the journial w The Sons of Templerance Albert :Division, met on Wednesday niglit for theipurposel oft holding a meeting. for :tlie installationgof, officers for the next term.: The officers; were installed in their variouis offices bfy Mr. Connors of Goulburn. During the past week deathli has removed another old resident of this district, Mrs! Jackson. wife of Mr. J. -JackSdoi,:f fDalton; The deceased had been" for :?i numiberl of years living in thefJerraivt~ disric?t.: The funeral took placdo.n oj,'liursdayi :te rema?is, being interred in the Protestant ceinetery at Gunn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

Crookwell Steam Flour Mills JANUARY 1, 1881. A8 ur leas of the above Mill expires next Sep. A embe r nd our Partership also t intes, we eg re pe~tfully to state that we haly DIS. CO TINUE OUR PAST SYSTEM OF G1 TIj0 C 'DIT. aV3' guarantee CASH for all our P r c sed Goods, nd shall require CASH OR P P OVED S CURITY for any go da de ered urin this esent year. A Settleme all out. tan in ts is requested. The BEST SILK-DRESSED SUPERFINE and,SECONDS FLOUR, BRAN and POLLARD always on hand at GOULBURN PRICES. COX AND WORRALL. POS -OFFICE STORES, BINDA. HAVING adopted the cash system of doing busin s, we have determined to clear our present stock of Draper Grocery, Ironmongery, P tent Medicines, &o, AT GR ATLY REDUCED PRICES We give qu tations of a few lines below, and every article i stock will be subjected to the same reduction A. & T. McDONALD. Men's Co nial Tweed Trousers, Se. lid. Ditto 3-cr wnu Mole, 7s. lid. Ditto Tweo Trouses and Vest, 13s. Gd. Ditto Cotto Shirt, 2s. D...

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Goulburn Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

Goulburn Post-Office Time-Table, MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM BINDA, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Boro, at midnight daily, Saturday excepten Braidwood, midnight daily, Saturday excepted Breadalbane, at 1.15 a.m. daily, Suunday excepted Bungendore, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and . Friday Bungonia, at 1.7 a.m. daily, Monday excepted Canberra, at 1.15 a.m. on-Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Carrick, at 2.29 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted Collector, at 1.15 a'm.on Tuesday, Thursday, and SSaturday Cooma, at midnighit on Sun'day, Tuesday, arid Friday; and 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Crookwell, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Currawang, at 0.30 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and `aturday Curraweela, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday' Dalton, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday and Friday Fullerton, at 8 p m. on Monday and Friday Gininderra, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday,; and Friday Golspie, at 4.p.m. on Monday and Friday Gundaroo, at 1.15 a.m. daily, Sunday excep...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

Telegraphic lntelli agem-e [eROSI OUR CORRFESPOND?E?r.J:ii::L:. SYDNEY, SATURDAW ALTrIouovi there was every appeItarnce of a break iri the weather yesternight,. it is 'again. clear and hot to-day. About' eighty' gentlemen attended the banquet: to 'Angus Canieron-yesternightI' ~vlich passed off successfully. The Intercolonial Utiversity .cricket match commeinenced at Melbourne esWt rdy. :The Victorian first innings i47. ? dSy:?ney, two out The health 'of Bishopli 'Barker continues inmprovlhg most'satisfactorily. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

St. Peter's Branolh Holy Catholic uild, Go iburn, PEOIAL OTICE. EMBEIIS IN RREIARS ie re. quested to attee the LAST JEET ING in the enrrent y ar, whie will be held on MONDAY EV NLING, Oth inst. As the Nomination of C inoi crs for the e ing year will take place then, t " important all members should be voters.. D. CAMP .L, roasurer.; Public Notice. A L BRANCHES OF TIHE LATE ROBE T CRAIG SEN.'S BUTSINS -WILL DI C ed on by his Son, IlonoBlT O?nla JUN., HO respectfully solicits a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed on his late father. ROBERT CRAIG,) UNDERTAKER, S OAN -STREET, GOULBU N. F ALS conducted on shortest notice, in good style and on liberal terms. ROBT. CRAIG, SANE-STREET, GOULBUR , Eo s ,Land, Estate, Sydney Fire Inn e, and Ge eral Age t. Anniversary Holiday Wednesday, 26th January, i881, ON TItE GOULBURN R LAOECOUR E. Foot Racing I orse Rae ng! PIGEON SHOOTING THLETIC SP TS! Pony Races! Hack R ces! DANCING ANCI Gi! GI. ND Distributio, of Pres nts, ixty presents...

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TREVELYAN! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

TREVELYAN ! He drew her to him gently, and pressed upon her forehead a fatherly, reverent kiss a caress that was the seal to their new relations. ' I will see your mother when we go up to town,' said Lord Trevelyan. ' I will look fdr her in the theatres, and she shall accompany us to see your father I I must see Rupert and Fay too. Who knows, Giralda, but that I shall have a little family around me in my old age. Your father and I will visit together and talk of Spain, and next year I will open my town-house and introduce you into society. I am quite impatient to see these dear parents of yours I' ' I am impatient to have you see them, my lord I' said Giralda. 'How joyful mamma will be I How glad papa will be when I bring you to them I And mamma will have to work no more. She can be at home always ! And Rupert's dearest wish can be gratified. Oh, Lord Trevelyan, I will be very good to you for your great and un paralleled generosity to me !' 'You say nothing of your own wants and dre...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, JAN. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

S[REUTER'S TEL~aiRAMiS I In the House_ ofComimioins Parnell moved an amendment to the address in reply to the spe ech, stating he was convinced' that peace in Ireland'.would, not be promoted by :sus pending existing laws. or adopting.. coercive measures. Sir Stafford Northcote in a lengthy speech sharply. attacked the government: policy, de claring that the present condition' of Ireland was shameful. The debate was adjourned. In the House of Lords Earl Beaconsfield strongly attacked the government seriously blaming them for *not adopting: 'icoercioni before. He concluded his speecli by advising: his side not to weaken the executive by ihn due opposition at the present crisis. The Pope has written a letter to the Arch bishop of Dublin, strongly condemning the method adopted 'by persons responsible for the present agitation. His Holiness fully trusts in the iustice of the British Govern ment. - He states also that he expects Irish men will respect the law.

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