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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS., COURTS of Inquiry, under the Lands Acts Amendment Act, will be held-At Quean bheyn, 19th March; Micalago, 23rd March; Cooma, 25th and 26th March; Buckley's, 3?oth and 3ist March. Mr. Johnson G. King will preside at each place. Quarter Sessions Courts will be held-At Braidwood, I9th March; Queanbeyan, 25th March; Cooma, 3oth March. At last the mystery with regard to the bad water which the children attending the public school in this city have for a long time past had to drink has been solved, at any rate to some extent, as our readers will doubtless admit when they read this paragraph. The head master of the institution in question, Mr. Nolan, being determined if possible to find out the cause of complaint in regard to the water, resolved upon having a quantity of it tested and also to get the tank-a large brick one, cemented-cleaned out. Accord ingly the latter process was gone through this (Thursday) morning; and when the tank had been nearly emptied the parties e...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

Cricket Match.. .A strToa wasa played at ?iwaeblirld orn ,. a duilyy. th, 5th istant, b.weea an eleven of thle Fullhrtou 0 U. and a like numbur ,if 'the Sivashield G C., 'hich resulted in a wiir fir thde attr,6y?as??een aickete aid I1-ur. uir.: Fllr?rt I wer:e the hfitsi ni,,iccupy the co osu, aind w.r all sien (.dipo~s d ,f for 51 rune, if which \V. Armitong g ciitributed 29 in hi.usual g.- d atvle. Sewashfiild oilo 1w1.d minu ru.u n the. re, act ble to'itl of 8 rnuns T Ulytioi 1, J. Steveniaon 1i, a d Ii .'alech 15 -ere .theI onl, playea who eaouceeded i. ~ettng ilro d uble figures-by gu, e!rickot I ha aecond. rilillg8s iif FuilloertiLU cls?d for the dliall acore if 37 rul?s W \Y.:Arnrtroag again tppiigitl : iat ,he rinug unfi;rtuunately run niiut when he ch'd;dUred 10. Tihi le\ht Swvaehtih.liiii ily osne runs t. get it which to vin It was thouhght thlesne w iultbhe ilit;,inol wi'hiuut lie I.sa if ia.ioike. but b t bre were disnlssrd ii rthe lirstrvear byJ. CJ acr gnt-' F 1Jr wa?i...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

BREVITIES. WONDERFUL shlow to-morrow. Sports well attended to-day. - SThe' -Hon. W.. Foster has arrived'; :it Lis expected that there will be some fun .ifi iMacquarie-street . The public sale-yards 'ire:?ialhays'ai great source of-attracti:n in Goulburn:on Sale-day's The Wagga .Ipalers :speak in the highest term, of Cole's great'show. A'iother ownei dt ih: 'Cairid?rnu' specie got it to the:tu;ie' of one piunid ;and costs at' the Goulburn Poli.;e Court yesterday. -: SWheat continues to arrive in Goulburn in fair quaniities. SForty ounces of gold was taken to WdI; cannia by private party on Monday last. The estimated population of New Zealand at the end of last year was '484,800 souls. I The Goul urn Gas and Coke Company are. warned that in many parts of the city the gas pipes are above the surface, and. sooner0or later they will. be damaged by vehicles going over them. r A number of citizens have been summoned for obsiructing the footpathsin Goulburn; ., On Tuesday next the-entries f...

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Telegraphic Intelligence BUNGENDORE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

.Te1egraphic Intelligeod e [FROM OR CORRESPONDENTS.] I : :BUNGENDORE, THURSDAY. T!HE following hor-es have been noniinated for 'the two handicaps at the BiUngendore riaces -Town plate: Reckless,' Kembla, T"ii; Musgraee, Baron, Dapto, Special and IDundreary. -For the Squatters Purse: the same horses, except Iapto and Musgrave,'wvith the addition of.Peerand He'rloom. 'For the Publicans Purse: the samine horses, with Whist added; SYDNEY, THURSDAY. Int the Assembly yesternight the Government submitted an estimate of£50,ooo as a special grant-to: municipalities: itoo,ooo for the purchase of land for public reserves in the suburbs. After a lengthy discussion the items were agreed to. ::.;The Minister of Works then submitted a loan;estimate of £8,762,500, and announced their railway policy, which proposes the fol I.wing extensions :-Homebush to Waratah, Sydneyto Wollongong and Kiama, Goulburn to Cooma, Albury to the River Murray,, Orange. to Forbes, Narandera to Jerilderie, Cootamundra to ...

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TAR GO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

Iii)ffO,:7 tfI . rAR GO... li abpa ssei& a Cfoi pqsilr'tid h tal, dm Mit. HERNaItSO~4 f' ithii ftn ParkPiST .ibblut: uFtid i Vs udlas we' se- ithtliabhm ad??iN tilm ii~ihc'.h is'hts de is fixedd 1or aniddSl?,.r date ,'mnd i thinik:that oi0?TiriFiii O'friehd?e.t.. shoildIft?h: d tsiirh'ihmselves:i upand-lhive dour wor liec s diIidl Mir.iEIendershn:etfie?taii?edli ati' dinner at lhiideihriire' lidi ai?,nst is, arilnivisih liin:'dMrs i.Hei. Jeih'h-rn: suWes's. I must saydythat.our Tirago frihnds'-are-very b.ckiiad atlcorinig f r-va'd.sm. . 3 - ' ,Chdabh; A'chident. A, the niewv btisso'ooi " Thiirsday'hinornitign last, :laddd with' passerni gers and 'thC imails, alpproa!i led Taragdl' ,1 sanme- nieasn or other iirhen- crossing the cutl virt'the coicch came in contact with the side railing of it and pulled the horses on to tihe riiling.': "lhey at: once nlde a bnlt, breaking the ilole clehn olff, ond cleared out with it;] Iut they;t had'not gone fair before.they were brought to a...

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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

i,: : " ':- cRbolQK WELL:. . "" '_ .... (Fromi our 'co;rr'spondent ) .He1did noit want to light; . Or at therm have a alap; ;.. :But, iy Jiingi, when he did he '. , 'Mad, them bell the idog-tirap. ' " RlowovsIM.--It is a matter of :regret to thei quiet and peace-loving portion of the inhabit-, ants of Crookwell that nothing in the way of a ;show, ploughing-match,' races, or election can: take place but the finish must be a row and, a fight. *Ltast Thursday" night was, we are,6rry to say, no exception to this disgrace-. ful rule.: 'The rou 'hs from various parts of the district got drunk, and did their level hest to get up a fight and create a row. : In this they !only partially succeeded.:.' Our 'police.authorities had made a wise provision for any emergencv, 'that might arise by. sup plyin-.fior?tlie occasion tw': fine, strong, able-k iodie-l policemen; .but we: are glad to say their services were not actively required, and the:re, son; for that 'may..be attributed .inn a great mea...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

Cricket. A CRICKET-MATCI was played on March iath between the Gundaroo and Yass River Clubs, which was won by the former by one'innings and seven runs. Appended are the scores: • . , :""YASS IVER: : S:. First innings. Second iudiigs. J. Booth, a ChEoasema, b . W. Dyco ........... ,b:W. Dyco:;..... 7 Jy. Leary, o & i 0. Dyei 2 : b 'W. Dyco 0.... O P6ter'Jobbinss b 'C. DycoI :' b" W.Dyco ;.... 4 W. Leary, b W. ,Dyce ... .7 b. . Dyce...... O John Leary, b W. Dyce 10 o &7'b W. Dyce 27 A. Leary, run out.;....;. 0,,, b U: Dyoe:...... O B. Buckmastr, l.b.w, b A. Leary (subs.), X . Dycbe. ,: .b;....'.. O b .b.W. Dyce... 0 J. York, a T. Williums, .c T. Bo,,th,.b 0. 'b'C.U yo D.;,... *6 s"' byc j.;',1;,;. 1 waias ',b' WV Dyce...', 6 "0 b C:Dyib ...... 0 E.' Williinson,: inot :oii.u . 60 b W. iDyce..:... 1. J. Wilkinsbn,: :b 0: Dyco 3":. not out; .....0.. ,: S Byes . .... ... 4 Byes ..'..t . 9 Total ' 4 'Total 49 o Grand total .'..'; 9 ' "' '' ,; ?i .. , - . ,- - .. . G ,U N D ...

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CABLE MESSAGES. ST. PETERSBURG, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

CALE 2v1SSA ;·ES; ~r3::d, i ' i F ron,. l.r.he; Dailoyl,) i Paiers.: . v* ld ..A ,{,0?. ; , e ,J,:' r :, < :. i' I "?:a,.f o um?sm? .t i u , t..:,I 'ST.P?TUEkSBURG,.March I 4. " AiEXANDER E II issued a r ifesto s subjects to-aay, upon lhiisacdesip; to, hisine Ireferingto t.he e sassu~inat?n f his father,:liis'ilmperial ,MIjes'ty forcibly de: niin.'es.tlhe!nuirderousqattacks tinade.byliill-t I sposed persons upodn the Imperialdynasty. H-E- does nit, however,'make any mention of i;ke pjbly he, intends to purt'ue witlh regaid to the internial and foreigria ?aiis. The assassin (vw "thi?nthwtlie bomb which caused the deth of the ii mpror lexander II. was lbroughtup fWor ex innatwn to.day, before aleI (.tribi in th·is . y name is Rousekoff,,andt it has beep ascertained that lie wasa.student attherGollege oftMinies, -t. Pdetrsburg.. The 'i~sassit has il'iiiitaihed perf&ct silence since hi ?arrcst'' d'-Iii Tpier sistently 'reftsedlto gl e adri ?maoi hat . . !. ...... ? I,...

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Temora. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

Temora. MAGNIFICENT specimens were shown on MIonday from Possum Power reef, near Wuodstown; gold thickly studding the quartz. Balsten and party, prospectors, state they keep themselves going by crushing stone and selling gold. The reef is 18 inches wide. Some excitement has been caused since Yankee Charlie found a big nugget.--T'he Ironstone lead has been traced into several claims, and is expected to yield well.-Bowes and party and No. 4 intend at once erecting machinery for puddling, and charge 4s. per load for washing.-The banks purchased on Saturday a fair quantity of gold.-People are still leaving for ' ilcannia, owing to the encouraging nature of private telegrams. WVater is still plentiful on the Deep Lead, and it is reported that No. 4 will sotn start puddling.-The country around Termora is very much parched up; dams are drying up last. Seaburne's sheep are all to be travelled this week to Bourke for feed and water. W oern from 'temnora that, in No. 4 Deoep Lead e ,oater.sha...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

FROM the balance-sheet of the Savings Binkj ot New South 'Wales that we have before us, we find that the tot.l am lunt of money de-' posited In these institutions hi'the colony is :A, 1,489.360 is iod, represented by 36,929 deji'isitbis'f;and we findt that Goulburn stands fourth on the list with 845 depositors, repre senting £29,372 Is 8d. Parramatta comes ne~tiwith .£27,6t9 i5s 7d, with 712 deposi-. tors. Bathurst follows with 602 depositors and £26,869 i2s Sd. The deposits as above were the amounts on.the Ist, January, a881; but if we look at the corresponding period for 1880, we find that Goulburn had in deposits £26,874 a2s Id, or an increase for the year of £2"497 9s 7d. Compared with Parramatta, whose funds deposited 'on January Ist, 1880, amounted to £25,934, 6s*3d, we find that the increase is in favor of Goulburn between the amount of Parramatta, whiich'shows that within the two periods there is an increase of £ai685 9s 4d. Bathurest on the Ist January, 188o, had in deposit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

<' N.O 1 .Confere SOTICfO-. ubscribers' list ill LOSE P S1 I"TiVbLLY on te :1TA P.ALL r ing will take place tl day following,'o clieni tr ton will le imade r .no a.r, . Applications for Tickets are reqiuestedl' a be made'at onco. HEhNRY PAYTEN. RHyaotel Billitrcl Ro s ' f n a. a/lyf . . . .A.n 'ii. r , ,aseto iailorna, has fra n-nt ads; li e iaub that.he has:toaken tle inak. .vo lHt manse onrteaoa tran tbo proprietor, where hle hlpes by etrie~ atteetian toibinbusiehel. ambined wiLi tho great,. civili y to all his patroas, to me:it-a fairtabarua sulppore.. AN INVITATION TO ?'AL -" TO TIIIOt Temperanice Hop0tpl, By WILLIAYL, ROGA.N i7R~ VPLLI PRS anilt ciiziis, .f1 Rgal: akhe yeou H ie pion ir ainy day t,,iaaok a f.iedl. all, Erie any t - , lg .,)laid hiih ls", t io"riig, heiaiis or avt .t - , , The vry lhoolit ef Ii n ciao fro1 ace von avill realise ,aaim ' nl'nia i i at ,,, iv, ' iii\ iv t 'a, i hfJ. Moh'lizttni"hi your i~ihead.-,i eerveb-'a I' inado' re r, f eei that gia...

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Death in the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

M Death iin the Hospital. THe foll-witg evidence was takrn at the inque tj oq Tuesday last, on: the body of: -lonara Ah Gett Ali,. wh?b died in the Goulburn .Hospital. .The districct coroner (.ir. A. Betts) conducted thoein cquiry : '4 - .rJohn Bennett deposed: I-am senior :warder. i th'bGoulburn Gaol;: the body just viewerl, is thit, of Josephine Ali, otherwise Honoram Ah Gett Ai;. dreesed was married, and bad previously for some time been living with a Obinaman; she wao re ceiyed into the Goulhurn Gaul on the. 14th January under a sesteoce of two months, for .using. obscene language.;: she was not in good healch twhei received into gaol, and was attended by. the g'!dl surgeon ;: she used to keep her bed for two or three days,' and would then get about for a little;; her time expired on the 13th inst. ; on accuit of that day falling on a Suiday she was discharged on the 12th ; the femnale warder brotight her to the gate at about noon, and I then d!scharged her; she appeared to be v...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

GOULBURN POLICE OUUU'i. U '" . WEDNESDAY, MARCH T5. 1 . BEFORE Messrs. Voss, Rossi, and A. F., Gibson. SMessrs. Smith, Rogers, Butler, Toose, Lane, Cleary, O'Leary, Lee, ''and ;Martini were summoned by the police for obstructing the footpaths in front of their business premises. .The constable who was the witness in these cases being absent through illness,; Senior-sergeant Fenton applied for a post ponement till Friday next. ;. 'Mr. Gannon, who appeared for defendants, not offering any objection, the postlponement was granted. Jon Williams was brought up charged witli being of unsound mind. After hearing tlhe evidence of Dr. Gentle, the ..Goverament. medical officer, he was remanded till Monday n~ixt;the ist. instant. 'Charles Penrose was charged by the police wii'h.alowing a goat to stray.'' . , ... " : lea--not guilty. Constable: Drummond proved the offence, and defendant was fined aos and,'s 6d costs., The fine was paid. :Johin Byrne was charged 'with allowirig a horse to stray ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

MARRIED, FEBRUARY 24th, at Picton, by the Rev. A. M. Tait, HERBERT COLE, second son of THOMAS CHARLES of Goulburn, to MARY, only daugh-   ter of the late DAVID WEBSTER.  

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Resserves for Camping. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

Resserves for Camping. No. to6. County of Argyle, parishes of Upper Tarlo and Pegar, area about 40 acres. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries: Commencing at the intersection of the south boundary of a volunteer reserve (being the eastern prolongation of the South boundary of W. Bradley's 640 acres), notified 24th December, x86r, with the south-western side of the road from Tuena to Goulburn; and bounded thence on the north-east on that road south-easterly to its junction with the road from Crookwell to Goulburn; thence by the latter road bearing generally westerly to the south boundary of the volunteer reserve aforesaid; and thence on the north by part of that south boundary bearing east, to the point of commencement. Sir Samuel Wilson's Ercildoune fleece wool averaged at the London wool sales as Iogd per lb., the highest price obtained being 3s 4%d per lb. A man named Morril and one of his chil dren were burned to death during a fire that broke out in his cottage at Cas...

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Reserves for Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

Reserves for Water Supply. No. aor. County of Argyle, parish of Mum mell, area about r5 acres. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries: Commenc ing on Dixon's Creek, at the south-east cor ner of portion No. 22, Jno. Dogherty's 34/ acres; and bounded thence on the north by the south boundary of that portion and its prolongation west to an east boundary of Jas. Thompson's 413 acres; thence on the west by part of that east boundary south to a north boundary of that portion; thence on the south by that north boundary and its pro longation east to the west boundary of por tion No. 25 ; thence by part of that boundary and its prolongation north to the right bank of Dixon's Creek aforesaid; and thence by that creek upwards, to the point of commence ment. No. Iz2. County of Argyle, parish of Mummel, area about 2r' acres. The Crown Lands within the follpwing boundaries: Commencing at the eastern extremity of the southermost boundary of Patk. Durack's por tion No. 37 of 3o acres I roo...

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Reserve for Water Supply and Camping. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

Reserve for Water Supply and Camping,. No. 99 County of Argyle, parish. oY Kerrawary, area about 90 acres. The Crown Lands within the follbwing bonndaries: Commencing on the right bank of Cookbun doon River, at a point due west from the north-west corner of.portion No. 62;. and bounded thence on part of the north by a line east to that corner; thence on the east bythe west bounidafy of portion No. 6?;, the west boundary of portion 63, and its pro longation south to a point in a north-east boundary of portion No. 65; thence .on the south-west by part of that north-east boundary north-westerly to a point in the east boundary ot portion No. 35; thence on part of the west and on the south by parts of the east and north boundaries of portion No. 35 afore said, bearing north and west to the south east corner of portion No. 36; thence on the remainder of the west by the east boundary of that portion north to its north-east corner; thence by a line east to Cookbundoon River aforesaid; and t...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [FRO?t OUR CORRSPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, SATURDAY. THR Legislative Assembly sat till four this morning, discussing Mr. Slattery's resolutions in favor of remission of interest to free-selec tors, which was ultimately negatived on a division by 54 to Io. The State Children's Boarding-Out Bill passed the third reading. Street's Wharf, fronting Darling Harbour, was sold by auction yesterday and realized £20,000. £350 are already collected on account of the Laycock fund, and subscriptions are coming in freely, and a large amount is anticipated. At the meeting yesternight it was decided to give Laycock a public recep tion. A committee was formed to carry out the arrangements, The Diamond licensing case was again brought before the Court yesterday, and the Bench fined the defendant £30 for selling liquor without a license. LONDON, MARCH I7. The celebration of St. Patrick's day at Aldershot Camp was accompanied with several serious disturbances amongst the men and a numb...

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Town Boundaries of Braidwood. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

Town Boundaries of Braidwood. County of St. Vincent, parish of Braidwood, area about 320 acres: Commencing at the north-west corner of portion No. 4; John Coghill's 5,600 acres, being the south-west corner of section No. I9 of the town of Braid wood; thence bounded on the south by part of the north boundary of portion No. 4 afore said, forming the south boundaries of sections Nos. 19, 18, i7, 16, and 33 of the town of Braidwood aforesaid, to the south-west corner of portion No. I, T. B. Wilson's 2,560 acres; thence bounded on the east by the west boundary of that portion north to the south boundary of portion No. 2,. D. McKellar's I,i2zo acres; thence on the north by part of the south boundary of that portion, forming partly the north boundaries of sections Nos. 7 and 26 of the town of Braidwood aforesaid to the south-west boundary of that 1,z20 acres; thence on the west by part of the eastern boundary of the Church and School Estates, forming the west boundaries of sections Nos. 26...

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CABLE MESSAGES. CONSTANTINOPLE, MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Fros Sydney Ddily Papers. I CONSTANTINOPLE, MARCs ] G. The Ambassadors of the Great European Powers in this city have been in daily communications with one another on the subject of the frontier dispute between Turkey and Greece. Although no actual basis of agreement has as yet been established, the negotiations are, upon the whole, proceeding satisfactorily. It has been ascertained that the Porte has expressed willinguess to cede the privince of Thessaly to Greece This, offer however, the representatives of the Powers declared inadequate. Upon their views being communicated to the Turkish Govern. ment, the latter further offered to transfer the island of Crete to Greece. The Ambassadors had included in their proposals that Epirus should also be made over to the Greek kinngdom, but the Sultan has absolutely refused to concede this point. LONDON, MARCt 16. The question of the expenses in connection with recent warin Afghanistan came up in the House of Commons this ev...

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