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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

P A R LI A M EN TAR Y. TUESDAY, MAiRCH I. IN the Legislative Assembly, Ministers answered several cluestions. Mr. Fitzpatrick presented a petition from jesidents of Ghndaroo and neighborhood in favor of the Gunning, Gundaroo, and Ginin derra route, for the Goulburn and Cooma Railway. Ministers laid on the table several returns. .Returns in reference to the lease or license of the Temora run were ordered, on the motion of Mr. Cameron. ' The W-gga Wagga Gas Works was read a third time'aind passed, and it was ordered that it be forwarded to the Legislative Coun cil for its concurrence. Petitions were presehted. M';lr. Garrett gave notice of amendments in the Press Bill, and intimated that if the second reading of the bill should be agreed to, he would bd willing to give up the aIth clauseY. Mru Murray moved for copies of.accounts between Mr. Licensed surveyor WV. B. Christie and the department of the Surveyor. General, and of the opinion of the Attorney General or the Solicitor-General...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (From a Correpondenlt.) WE have had a few showers of rain, which refreshed the grass and vegetables. There will be plenty of feed now for the winter; the stock about here are looking exceedingly well. At a general meeting of the Queanbeyan Cricket Club, on Wedriesday last, it was decidei to play tl;e long-promised match with the Cooma team at thte atter place on an early date. It was also decided to play the Yass club before the season closes. The Rev. R. A. Steel arrived here on Saturday last; and on the following day he held service in St. Stephen's Church at a, a.m., and at Canberra at 3 o'clock the same afternoon. :Oii Saturday last Mr. Crains, a snake charmer, arrived in town, and pitched his tent in readiness for the show, which com menced .at:8 o'clock. The show.was good, and was well attended. -It consisted ot three snakes and a Punch aiid Judy. The first was a carpet sniake about, ij. feet long and a girth of 9 inches; second ivas a diamond snake, which was not ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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LAND COURT OF INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

LAND COURT OF INQUIRY. THE above court was opened on Tuesday, before Mr. Commissioner King. The first case called-that of Mary Agnes Drewe-was postponed. The Commissioner stated the inspector (Mr. C. Cropper) was unavoidably absent, he being laid up from sickness. George Siggs, five selections of 60, 80o, 80, 513, and So acres respectively. Mr. Gannon appeared for the selector, who deposed: The improvements are-70 chains of a three-rail split fence, sheep proof, value £33 I5s; there are 60 chains of log fence, worth £30; I packed 30 acres of wood, at.£j7 los; 14 acres grubbed and cleared at '£5, ~£7o; 200 ;acres ring-barking, at i8d an acre, £15; felling and clearing 9 acres, at £1 an acre, £9 ; Mr. Cropper allowed £5 for a sheep wash; I have an original selection of 'ioo acres; the improvements on it were estimated by Mr. Cropper at £11o0. At this stage the Commissioner said he would postpone the case for the evidence of Mr. Cropper, as there was such a discrepancy between the sele...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

/ / ~wante A G ERAL SERVAN App, Mns. STEVENSON, RailwaHotel. / Want , / YOUN MAN to assisin a lightlusiness ; mustc steady. Apply bo of te is paper. . Wanted, / . I?Da GENERAL SERVANT. ?pply, CRITERION HOTEL. Wanted. A:rSIART ACTIVE YOUNG M ; one rsed to painting preferred. c QWN, ?Clifford-street. fOR/t ton Forest, A 00K and to as in : )... Laundry. Apply, with referectq, Mas. G. B ., Mundy.street. Wanted, A LAUNDRESS. Apply to Mnus. FI ,,.Ardgowan. - Wanated, SSOBER MAN to Plough, Mil, i and 9ally useful. Apply DICKSON'S HOTEI. A MARR1D COUPL , with girl 13 y rs of age, VANTS A STUATION; .inh as carpcnter, /vife as laundres and girl nurse. Openfor week. Apply at tis office. / WainteL, / ,(T Gillespio's Boot Factory, ? or 'IGHT . BOYS. CHARLES GILLSI E, >-onlburn. Wanted, EIGHT OR NINE SMART BOIasArn. tices, at Wood & Co's BootB ? tqr. "pply WOOD & CO'S., Aiuburn.streeot-'.-" jWanted to Rent, SCOAGE RESIDENCE -6 roo and , in or near town. Pa4ri ars to T l .W 1LSO...

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TREVELYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

TREVELYAN. I Both were aroused at last by a thunderous knocking on the door. Lord Adlowe sprang upright. withia stifled shriek. Haskiris leaped tohis f?e?t, and looked around him with a wild.instinct for concealment. The knocking was repeated., Haskins pushed back the thick ccurttins, letting into the room a flood of sun!ight, and hastened to admit the visitor. As the reader may have guessed, the in truder was the young Lord of Grosvenor He came in, grave and stern, his splendidly handsome face set in an expression of haughty rebuke, his hazel eyes glowing with a keen, accusing gaze. He swept a scythe-like glance around him, and approached the bedside, upon which Lord Adlowe sat, endeavoring to assume command of his bewildered senses. 'Lord Adlowe ?' said the young lord in quiringly. Adlowe nodded crossly, exclaiming: 'And who are you that intrudes into a gen tleman's bedroom in this manner, I should like to know ?' ' I am Paul, Lord Grosvenor,' was the stern response, and the visit...

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

WEDNESDAY,4 M\fARChI 2.2 Betore Mr. Commissioner King' " Johln Ward's case.was called on, iand was one of residence aind i~iprovements on l a selection of .5o acres takein upin 7 .: 186 :'Mr. 'Gannon appeared for selector. SSarahi VWarddeposped that she knew the scelddtiii'in lqdesti6i'; her daiughter had re si'ded there:::about eighteen months after the selectibih witas taken up, and continuously; all hlier familyj'resided with her; it was the only Irome they had; they had no land of any kind but this; in consequence of her liiisband's position and large family her daughtei:had to go to service; at the time her.daughter went away she did not know it i~as necessary to transfer the land; her hus band was ignorant of this; they continued to put improvements on the land; they had paid the interest since;. her husband had to go away to earn a living for his famiiy, and was sometimes away for ten months. The Commissioner promised to bring this case under the favorable consideration of th...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. A MAN named Barry got three of his fingers injured while working a machine at Carrick on Tuesday last. Dr. Carroll on the sufferer's arrival at Goulbirn attended to him, and, though very painful, there is hopes that the fingers may be saved without amputation. Another change has been made in the time of departure of the mail train from Syd ney. It leaves now an hour later than for merly, namely, 8;30 p.m. The up and down trains cross at Goulburn, arriving from Sydney at 2.58 a.m. and from Albury at 2.9 a.m., and the trains leave Goulburn for Albury at 2.2o and for Sydney at 2.20 a.m. The following works for'this district are provided for in the Estimates :-Bridge over the Sooley Ponds, between Peelwood and Wayo, £?12o00; bridge between Goulburn and Bathurst, ,3000; bridge over Pudman's Creek, between Burrowa and :Yass,- 25bo; road from Nattai up the WVolloridilly River, C200oo; approaches to the Whombeyan Caves, £300. During the Lenten season that we, have now entere...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. i .,: [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] ::. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. IN the Legislative Assembly, yesternight, some time was occupied in discussing the question of water supply to the Tcmora district. The Estimates were then proceeded with, the Education vote being passed without reduction. Several other votes under the head of Public In. struction were passed, and a lengthy and animated discussion took place on an item in connection with opening the Museum on Sundays, and resulted in the amount being passed; an amendment to omit the item being withdrawn. In the Upper House the No-Liability Bill passed through committee with several amendments. The rush to Mount Poole d:ggings continues Wfithout interruption. Both oteams are in active practice for the combined match to-morrow. A close game is anticipated. Owing to tile unsatisfactory state of the English market, the wool sales here are very dull, and a considerable quantity has been withdrawn. Fleece is quotgd from I24d ...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

BREVITIES,. MINSTRELS next Tuesday. Gas Company dividend, five per cent. The Land Inquiry Court terminated in Goulburn yesterday, having been in session since Tuesday last. The Agricultural Show at Moruya, on Mon day last, was a great success: - £166 7s was paid at Mudgee for 6654 kangaroo scalps, on Monday last; and 30s. was paid for the skins of three dingoes. People are leaving Temora for Wilcannial; the coaches are always crowded. The New South Wales railways have cost over £s 2,ooo000,000. In Melbourne steps are being taken fdr forming a private tramway company. The fishermen of-Sydney-are greatly in cen?sed against the new Fisheries Bill. *T'hl.icijvernmmnt offers a re'vard of £~roo for. stcl infoi'matiioh tiis w'll lead t' tlihe dis covery of the murderer of the man who was found dead in the bush at Tomerong, Shoal haven. A telegraph office will be opened at Sutton Forest on the I7th Instant. Quarter Sessions will be held at Braidwood _9th March, Queanbeyan 25th, and Cooma th...

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CABLE MESSAGES. NATAL, FEB. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

SCABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. I * NATAL, FED. 28. * LATER accounts which have come to hand .from Spitzkok fully confirm the first reports of thedesperate fightning which took place :there yesterday, ending in the defeat of the SBritish. For sevenhours an incessant and desperate struggle was maintained, the British soldiers * fighting heroically, and only giving way when * their ammunition was exhausted. ; In retreating, the British were able, by means of one or two guns, to check materially the pursuit of the Boers. The survivors, including the few wounded Swho were able to travel, are now straggling into the camp at Mount Prospect, an import . ant position near Laingsnek, which is con sidered safe for the present. .. . MARc, r. Some additional particulars have been received regarding the recent action at Spitzkok last Saturday. Eye-witnesses on the side of the British bear testimony to the bravery displayed by the Boers, who, it is said, stormed the position held by S...

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GUNNING. POLICE COURT, TUESDAY, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

GUNNING. '' .: (F'om our: Corresepondedo.) .POLCE CouRT, TUESDAY, M ARCH 1. .BEORE A. S. Jones, A. :8. Gray, and J. M. Gray, J's. P. SPolice v J. Clifford.. Simpson, obscene language. Pleaded guilty.. . t Constable Clifford proved the offence. Prisoner pleaded ,drunkenness, 'and asked ,the Bench to deal leniently with him. : Fined 20s., and 4s. l0d.:costs of.cour.t, ..., Police v. Edward Carroll, obscene language. Pleaded guilty.,? :.. . " ..:.:. . Fioed 30s., and 4s. Gd. court costs..: :: SPolice v. F. Dawe, obscene language. Pleaded guilty. Senior.constable Mara proved the offence having been committed at Dowliug's Hotel, Daltou. Fined 20sa. and 4s. 10hd. costs. Police v. Same, drunk and disorderly. Pleaded guilty. Discharged, the Bench considering he had been sufficiently punished. Police v. John Keaes, obscene language. Senior.constable Mara proved the offence. Fined 20s. and 4s. 10d. costs. The same prisoner was charged with being drunk and disorderly, and discharged. Police v....

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YOUR GUNDAROO CORRESPONDENT. To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

YOUR GUNDAROO CORRESPONDEN1, , To the Editor of the Evening Pen,,j Post. SIR,- Allow me through your columns to state to the above, when reporting anything from this place in which I am mixed up is, I hope he will in future stick to the truth and not report me or my actions falsely, as he has done in your last issue.:' He says --makiug Mr. Dyco speak as follows--"daying that a square which encloses some of the beautiful trees which the traveller is sure to notice, while... passing through Gundaroo had becu pulled down and removed by Mr. W. Afileck, &c., &e." 8 Now, 1 do not deny that T caused one of the squares to be pulled down; but I deny that thire were any beautiful trees, or even one tree in it, btit, like many of the others, it was a common receptacle for every kind of rubbish, and as there are several more like it the sooner they are pulled down the better-when the trustees will not do with them what they were put up fo', viz, plant tre'es"in them, as all thos...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

EREUTER'S TELEGRAMIS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. Tue Times and Economist having commented on the excessive debts of the Australian colonies and recommending caution, have been effectively replied to by Mr. Saul Samuel. In addition to the three regiments under orders to proceod to Natal, the government havedecided to dispatch three more complete regiments with a battery of artillery and a number of cavalry with. out delay; and transports are engaged to convey these reinforcements to the Cape. Tile troops will start in a few days. The official returns of the disaster at Spitsklok show the following number :-Oficers killed, 3; wounded, 9;- prisoners, 7. Men killed, 82; wounded, 120; prisoners, 250. Total, 471.

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TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

TARALGA. (FProm a Cores~poided) A. cRIcETr-IATcH was played at Taralga 'bn Saturday last, 26th February, between the Taralga and Boree Cricket Clubs, which resulted in an easy win for Taralga in: one innings with ten runs to spare. The'batting of H. H. Ross, J. C. Clifton, and W. Lawler for Taralga, and that of P. Armstrong and Baker for Boree, is well worthy of special mention. Ross made the splendid scoreof 58 by steady play, and Armstrong was caught out for the creditable score of 28; while the other three mentioned succeeded in getting into double figures. In the bowling depart ment H. H. Ross, W. Lawler, and' D.'Collins acquitted themselves creditably for.Taralga; whilst : P. .Lawler, Barkerl and. Sullivan trundled w:ell for Eo'ee. Trhe fieldiig on the:whole was very good; some players of course showviug more activity than others. A;ppended are the scores : STARALGA C. C.-FInsT I'NI?hS?s. .: C, Rose, o Baker, b Sullivan ..........." T7 -F; Sullivan, b P. Lawler ........"...... ...

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GOULBURN GAS AND COKE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

GOiULBURh GAS AED COKE COMPANY. Ti'H adjourned half-yearly meeting of the above company was held on Tuesday even ing, at the offices, Clifford-street: thirteen shareholders were present. Mr. William Davies occupied the chair. The meeting was opened at a quarter-past eight by the Chair man stating that the half-yearly meeting had been adjourned in consequence of the report and balance-sheet not being ready before; but he was glad to be able to present them at that meeting, and would now read the re port: REPORT. your directors have again the pleasure to present a satisfactory report of the progress of the company. The supply of gas to private houses,[public build ings, and municipal street-lamps has been greatly increased, and now extends to almost the bounda ries of the city. Since the last half yearly meeting a contract has been entered into with the borough council to light the street lamps from dark to dawn. A new bench of six retorts has been erected, and the company's grounds f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

,:.W. W. RICHARDSO'N, Meohanios' Institute Buildings, GOULBURN, I Watch Manufacturer AND JEWELLER, HAS ALWAYS ON HAND a LARGE and VARIED ASSORTMENT of W: atches, Clocks, and Jewellery AT REASO AlLE 'RICES; AND HAS * By Far the rgest Stoo in the City Select fro WATOCBES of 11 deocrip , ofro 0s. to £85 WATCHES, CLOCKS, & JEWELLERY R'.EPAIRED IN THE BEST STYLE. Special Gold Watches for Presentation ALWAYS ON HAND. WATCOHES made on the Premises. W. W. RICHARDSON, GOULBURN. TAILORING ! TAILORING! BDTLE R'S La a! Sac Suits ARE MADE FROM A NEAT Scotch Tweed, New in Pattern and Yery D able. B.- TL 'R 'S 4'ACS bJlT' S ARE RVEL OF CHEAPNESS, I EILG MADF FRiOiMi THE BEST GEELONG AND West of England Tweeds. B U TLER'S Walking S'uits ARE lIADE F1OM0 SUPERIOR TWEEDS, AND ARE Recommended for Wear and Appearance. BUTLERS Blue Serge iSuits roil Are Suitable for tUfloe and Business Wear 7"-IMMENSE STOCK TO OCBOOSE FROM. WALTER DANIEL, (SUCOESSOR TO MIS. RICHARDS) UNDERTAKER. Funerals d on th ...

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

WEDNESOJDAY, MIARO . . Before Mr. Voss, the acting P.M. . '- ';. Alexander Noble was charged with drunkenness. He pleaded guilty, and was fined 5s. or ien default 24 hours' imprisonment. Peter Roberts was brought up charged with vagrancy. He evidently was suffering from sicknens and said that he came to Goulburn to get into the hospital. Convicted of vagrancy and sent to gaol for one month. Robert Marshall was charged with larceny as a bailee. Constable Agassiz, of Marulan, deposed : I arrested prisoner on Tuesday evening, at Marulan, by virtue of the warrant produced; I informed him that he was charged with stealing a. horse, saddle, and bridle, the property of Mr. Strange, of Goulburn ; I then asked him if he had such in his possession; he said he had a bay horse in the stable; I asked him whose it was; he said it belonged to Mr. Cameron, of Greenwich Park ; I asked him if he ever borrowed a hoise from Mr. Strange in Goulburn; he said no, he never heard the name before; I then arr...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

GOULBUR1f POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MVARCH 2. BEFORE Messrs. Voss and KIing. Robert Hamilton was charged (on re mand) with stealing four horses, the property of Bernard Berrill, of Laggan. Senior-constable Emerton deposed that lie had received the prisoner that morning from the Sydney police, with the warrant and depositions in thecase, which he produced. Senior-sergeant Fenton applied for a. re mand for seven days, in order to allow a witness to attend. The remand was granted.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 March 1881

BIRTH.   FEBRUARY 3rd, at her parents' residence, Burra-   doo, the wife of A. C. MOODIE jun., Harden,   of a son. DIED,   AT Goulburn, February 28th, WILLIAM FREDERIC,       only and dearly beloved son of ELIZABETH and   the late EVAM THOMAS, aged 11 months and 11 days. "Not lost, but gone before." At his residence, Natry Hills, on the 27th Febru-   ary, 1881, ANTHONY WALLACE, aged 66 years.   " Requiescat in pace."  

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THE VICTORIAN RACE CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

THE VICTORIAN RACE CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. - Tue races were continued at Flcmington on Thursday, when there was a good attendance. The following are the results : - HURDLE RACE. President ... ... ... .... ...... 1 Monitor ... ... .. ...... ... 2 Sir Peter ...... ... .. ..:... 3 SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES. Royal Maid ... ... ;. .. 1 Baltic . ... .. ... ... .. . .. 2 Rhea .. .. .. . . ..,.. 3 CORINTHIAN CUP. Cynic ...' ... :: . . ..: :. ..' 1 . Earl of Mar .: . ... .. ... 2 Star ...:... .. .. 3 AUSTRALIAN CUP. it Water . ... ... ... 1 Sweetmeat ... ... .. ... ... ... 2 Progress ... ... ... ... " . 3 The othdr starters were Avernus, The Dean, Western Princess, and Prattle. Western Princess and The Dein cut out the running at a strong pace, with Prattle third, Sweetmeat and Progress last. At the back of the course Avernus took the lead, with.Progress and Sweetmeat going up. Coming round the turn it was between Sweet meat and First Water, and in the straight the latter drew away and won easily b...

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