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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

BIRTHS. WATSON. — On the 9th instant, at Goulburn, the wife of the Rev. THOMAS WATSON, Wagga   Wagga, of a son. HORN. — March 13, at her residence, Clinton-st., Goulburn, the wife of HENRY W. HORN of a son.  

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. CONSTANTINOPLE, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

S CABLE MESSAGES. S (From Nudsv,, Dail, Papers. I . CONSTANTINOPLE, March I8. THE CGreek Ambassador, having communi cate(l 'to the representatives of the Powers the definii? refuial of his Governmcnt to accept the prlposails last submitted by the Porte, the repretsntatives have now agreed'upon another proposal iihich will.be immediately placed bfodie tlhe '1Turkish 'Government. : 'I?he sub-. stance of .this new proposal is that the frontier,: line-offererby the Porte in October last, fix ing the-;se~a~iord of Vo6lo in Tliessaly as the limitrto the noriward~, with LarissaMetzo6i.o and Janina on the souith terminating 'south' of the·liver;, are to be agaiii.offered to Greece, wvith the addition of the island of Crete. i Itis~ gi~erally believ?d that Turkey is wil ling to a.igree to this offer : S.. . NATAL, March .i8.- - The armistice with the: Boers:wlwvich ex pired to-day, has been further prolonged until Monday, :the :21st instant. i 2:. AGver n l, -PARIS, MarchIs8.;'. A Government...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

PAR LIAMENTAR Y. FRIDAY, March:I 8 In the Legislative Assem?lbly. 'Mr.' M'Lauglhlin ~brfo6ght ul Ihe IrDistricdit Coturts~ict Further A eilth:idment Bill, a ind it iwas read a first?tiftle. (7! ) ;' ") i Petitions in favour of the remission' of interest -on' tiieb llances due by cordiaitionial purchasers were, presnteid from ithe county if Dampier, foih~m Gernmantorin Ho(vlon.g, and other portions of tle Hunlue distrit, and from Corowva and adjacent ~laces: Mr.-Td6t6 preened'a petitiosifronmi'Cooma in support of railway extension'to the district of Mimnaro;' '' . ' ,Rettirns .were ordered, onI the, divasion of the reward .for: the discovery, of gold at Temora, The Boarding-but Bill was' read: a._thifdr time and passed, and it was ordered that it lb forwarded to the Legislative Councilefor its concurrence. The amendments made by the Legislative Council in the Matrimonial Causes Act Amendment Bill were agreed to in committee of the whole, and reported. The adjonrned debate on the reso...

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Temora Items. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

Temora Items. .A: SAD 'accident occurred on Wednesday afternoon. Three men were engaged sinking a new shaft off Main-street, just entering the Lower Town.. The shaft was down 50 feet, and; the mouth was logged up for about 20 feet. The logs suddenly shifted, capsizing the windlass and men on the brace, and 20 feet of mullock fell into the shaft, burying Hewitt, who was working in the shaft; and Roberts, who was on the brace was badly hurt. James Hewitt was dug out in a short time, quite rdead. It appeared that he must have felf the fine stuff coming down the shaft, and' giessed what was the matter. , He sang out lustily;for a rope, but the man oh the brace could not understand what he wanted with the rope. Suddenly they, with the logs and windlass, were capsized, and all the stuff went down the hole. Hewitt must have come up the shaft by the man-holes 20 feet while the stuff was going down the hole. Roberts is all right. At Bowes' claim, near Golden Gate,-they have got a prospect of...

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Bungendore Races. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

Bulige:ndore Races. THs following weights have been declared for the principal handicaps to .take place at the above races: TOWN PLATE: a t ' aW . st. lb Reckless ; ;.;; . 8 "1.S Special '.. ....;.... 6 9 embla .... ....... 8 8 Giranuiile... .... .. 6 6 I)apto .;..?......:..: 7 "12 Dutidreary ...;,, 6 C Tim ;... ;........ 7 4 Musgrave......... 6 0 L'o lBaion' :..:..,., 7:0 ' 0 : u. SQUArTT?ES PPUiHEia t lb ast. lb. Reckless ..;.S.;...;. 8 120: Baron ; 7,.. ; ;,: 0 Kemubla . 8 8 Special ......... 6 9 Heirloom .....; . .... 7, 9 Duudeary,.; 2..: 6 0 IPee'r ?...;............. 7 6 Grernmont ...... 5 9 Tini .: . .. . 4? r i . ? IIBIICAN5 Pause. ast lb. s t lb. Recklese . 8 10 Spea . Kemila .. 8 7 Gransasile. . . 1.. 6 Hoirloiom ............ 7 9 ' Duodreary b...... 6 0 Thi... .:........ 7 4 :Musgsrave.,.6... : 6 0 B7 0 Whist ;..:...... 12

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (Abridged firom the Age.) ON Wednesday evening a juvenile temprance meeting was held in the Wesleyan Chapel, when several interesting recitations were given and also very instructive addresses delivered by the Rev. R. A. Steel, and R. W. Orton. To induce a team of cricketers to visit the capital of Monaro, Mr. V. Jacob has offered two guineas towards defraying their expenses. The Rev. R. A. Steel, M.A. has been reappointed to this district for another month to the Presbyterian.Church. In our last issue we briefly mentioned a destructive fire having destroyed the home stead of Mrs.-|Darmody at Majara. From particialars since to hand it seems that on fthe evening of the 14th instant Mrs. Darmodyi and her married son, with his wife and child, retired to rest at their usual hour; some time during the night the child became troublesome, and Mr. Darmdy rose and struck a light with which he lighted a candle. After a few moments he extinguished the light and again laid down, whe...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

0liurh oat EInglan~t Worlking Men s Literary tu 'it ..Association,.,. I'lr, was ?avery goad atttendanc at the regnlar weekly meeting in coinneti;oit with the above which.lctlk place last evening, a'pweih'rds f ti?denty ihi6inbers puttiimg i an nalpparancei. The chair was ecotipied 'by the Ryev 'G: 1. D',."oy Ivine ,M.A., one of tie :P'iscidents ;' the Venerable Archdeacon Puddicombo also.occupying a seatoni the platform. \Ir. G.l r A. Keineyv was duly.elected a member, and various other inattecs of a ir'eliminary 'iature wo:e ab'disposed~ of ; after which the esoecial business ,f the evening was: pioceeded ewith." Thi'is cdn. aisntd of Sprlling 13Bee, in which any of the oiembers i ace alluived. to take pare; bi stosly nisme ten of them availed themselves of .tlhi?ipj~rticnity ffeird thenm to ?cdmpete. It hadp pDcviously b een aiiranged that thie words tobe elpelled should' be taken frdlh: the Folirth Book, antd that there should b?e'three 'eate -the unsuccessful candidates in the t...

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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

CRQOKWELL. (From our Corresposdeti. J YESTERDAY, Thursday, 7Ith' instant, Thomas Marsden .Esq., district.. coroner, ._. held. an inquest at the residence of Mrs. Wray t6iich ing the: rdeath of. Rosania':LivinikfiWray, aninfant one month old. The-jury being duly sworn, the evidence was gone into. i Miss Elizabeth Ann WVray, the mother of the deceased child, said shle ivas .utnmarried, and her.age,was nineteen;, that she resided with lier mother at that h;ouse the'°bdddy just viewed was that of heri.cild, whosk'ag? was one mobth; fromni its 'irthit i~ibf been well; every!day it?'h.ad been in the ihabit ot vomiting blood, and showed other Symptoms of ill health;' slheha'd taken the child tol.Mr: .Wilkins, chemist of, Cropkivll[: he supplied her with inedicines, which she administered as diireciedl but they did not give ~iii' elief;' she had paid'every atterition to tlhe child, fed it with n;ili, corn-flour, and the usual food supplied' to infants; she had little or no milk fot.her owii...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

GOULBURN ITE~MS, -THIE shooting competition for the gold pencil case (presented by Mr. G. Wilcox) and sevenu money prizes given by the asoociatioun was concluded on Saturday last. The matchl camne off at the butts, BIrooks', paddock, and some 34 muembers of the roblunteer Iufantry competed. Thebo conditions of the match wre thaut oach cowmpetitor should hLave ten shots at 400 and 500 yards; eiglt ,f the 34 Seoured prizes, which will be awarded at paradle next Saturday. The shooting was vety good, Private Byrne winning the first prizo witlh a total ,f 80 p ints; Captain Blackshaw coming next with 78. As the former had six poiuts allhowl, and the latter had none, the captain's shooting \ras the better of the two. The winner made his best score at the long range, whilst the captain made his largest score at the 400 yards. The following are the prize.takers : Poeints 400 yde 500 yds Total allowed Private J. Byrne ......... 84 40 80 Captain Blackshaw ...... O 42 3a 78 Lance-corporal Fowl...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

BREVITIES. Marulan Progress Committee next Tuesday might.i :; . ... .-· . i,.':U... S6oo kangaroos killed-at Nandi on last Tuesday and-Wednesday. ': "Mr. Hogg is a "jolly good fellah." SThe "T Terminus ".is himiself again. iTrotiing niatch in two months foir zo. Where are the, Marulan cricketers ?:. Shelly's Flat siver mine will lift Marulan along soon.

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

BREVITIES, The Church Society meets this evening. The show at Taralga takes place to-morrow. Wagga is to be lighted with gas next week. 24,454 tons of coal were exported from Newcastle last week. The Braidwoodl Agricultural Show takes place to.morrow. The gold pencil case was won on Saturday by Private Byrne. A few more seats in Belmore Park, Goulburn, would be useful. Selectors must pay their interest amount before the 31st instant. What is the reason that Goulburn has not a Turf Club established ? Dr. Perry, formerly of Goulburn, is about paying a visit to Europe. T'he past few mornings have been somewhat foggy in Goulburn. A Ballarat (Victoria) J.P. has been remanded on a charge of bigamy. 6289 acres of land were selected at Wagga land. office last Thursday. The races at Wagga Wagga on St. Patrick's Day turned out successful. 4000 bags of wheat are being exported from Melbourne to France. Tn Japan domestic servants receive £2 per annum with board and lodging. A Malting Company ha...

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MARULAN LIME KILN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

MARULAN LDIE KILN RACES. First Race.--The vlaiden. Pldte, fOr all lime kiln horses,; priLeo30 ", entrance, 3s Seco~d h'6s?'i 6 reciv?i,?eall enttance money?: SMr. 0. epper's Lady;Alice..... ...... 1 Wright's H uzzy...........,..;. .. 2 Jenniiog's iSt Patrick........ s0alingto's s 4lice R lwithir Feltbham's B ?k .Bass : .Waktelield's Fly. . Secohd: Rade, Lime Kiln Puse f;2 o;svs. 2 miles weight, j! st. Mr. Oslingt nis Veno ....;..i. J lining's Huzzy.. ............. . 2 : r , rWight's.Nellie ...?. .... 3 Third Race. iPony Race; prize, r sov.;y ? mile; catch weights... n ; Mr. G. Pepp'srs Sneak................ ** 1 Osliogton's Black Bess'.... ... -2. :... elthiam's .nip. ................. 3 Fourth ,Race ? ll1 Comfiers'THandicap of 2 ios, wtfitha.:siweep of:fs , second horse to receive los.::,, i, :: .,: Mr.! Ghapman's Wallaby ............... 1 Wright's Barb ,............. 2 ,. Ferguson's Gamasn s !. .... .. 3 Fifth Race.--The-Trot, 3 miles; prize, r. Mundy's nicrte ...'... . V 1 Sixth ...

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COLLECTOR BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

COLLECTOR BREVITIES. "Cole's" concerts are pronounced a swindle. Two or three weddilngs will take place shortly. Picnils, balls, and conversation lollies are the cause. Nearly all the Collectorites passed through " Cole's" fleecing apparatus. The C. of E. and R. C. burial grounds are in a deplorable state of neglect. " Eagle Eye " asks- What is the difference be tween a circus and a theatre ? Several gentlemen have informed me that the Collector A. and P. Show will take place about 1890- the same time as the new telegraph and post office is to be opened ; due nortice will bha given. Twvo young horsebreakers came to grief the other day; their phizes are not recognizable. There were a goodly number of good people at the circus on Friday night, and after it was all over it was quite refreshing to hear musical voices sing ing in the moonlighbt " We \ on't go Home till vlornineg," "The Gates Ajr," and many other sentimental pieces. It is not the fashion to plant trees on church grounds h...

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MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

MARULAN. V (Fromn our Corresponden??' i.) PATRiCK'S DAY.-So far as the towfi of Mlarulan was concerned there were no sports or any kind got up to commemorate St. Pat kick's Day; but Mr. J. Hogg sen., of " Old Marulan," with his usual generosity provided Sgood day'ssports at his lime-kiln works, aboutfour miles from Marula'. As we were kindly invited to be present we took advan tage 'f the invitation, and proceeded to the ipicnic and sports. Arrived at the rendezvous we were surprised to see about three hundred persons scattered about on the ground. Catching sight of our host for the day, we were isivited by him to enter the large booth erected for the guests' convenience. Here Were three long tables, loaded with the Whoicest of fowls, hams, rounds of beef, pud dings, pies, tarts, and every other available sweetmeat. Each table would comfortibly seat fifty persons. At the entrance was a side-table, loaded with extra supplies for the tables, and on a stand in one corner stood a hogshe...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

THE present season is perhaps the most 'ni portant of all seasons .of the y)ear td'~ilt: husbandman, and every day should be'.mad? the most of. The plough should' be kip going, not only for the ordinary annual crolp of cereals, but for crops of permanency, such as.lucerne, Italian .and FEngl slh rye grass, &c.; for if these are sown at: on.e, they will be up after the first autfimn rain. and become established before. the very cold :weather comes round. If,"ho?ve;er,tliey are left till the months of May or June; they may appear above the surface; but will :remainir a state of dormancy till the spring. Be sides, there is a risk of a considerable num ber of plants languishing and..dyinig outi; and where circumstances prevail that time will not allow of sowing these grasses till after the main crops of cereals are sown, we would advise the holding over this work till the end of winter, and seed sown then will overtake any that was sown inthe months of June or July. To prepare a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

Now is the Time FOR BLACK CLOTH SUITS, AT UTLE R' ' OPENED TO-DAY, 13 PI~ic'EBB VE IY - UPER1IOR Black Broadoloths AND -BLACK DOESKINS. Black Cloth Suits TO MEASU • £ i 3 I/Q-/ But1 Black 01 1h Sits TO ~ 'iUEb At Butler's. Black Cloth Suitsto Ioesure, £.5 1G01/ IA. t Butler's. Black Cloth Suits to :Measure, £. 6 10 / At Butler's. Black Cloth Suit· to TMeasure, £7 i../ At Butler's. TFESR OLOPFIS are VERY SUPERIOR, and 1" are warrant d Genuine West of Fngland. SYDNEY C UP. No. 1 Co~ene> N"OTIOE.-Subscriberse at will CLE POSI STIVELY on t1s APHI. Drawing will take place the? i ving, whnlintribution will be made InRO arT. Applications for Tickets are requested to be made at once. HENRY PAYTEN. AN INVITATION TO ALL TO TIHE Temperance Hotel, GOUJLBURN, By WILLIAVIE ROGAN. TRAVELLCERS and citizens, I, Rogan asks you Here upon me any day to make a friendly call; Enter my Hotel, good friends, at morning, noon, or .eve, The very best of welcomes from me you will receive. Each morn cannot g...

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TUESDAY, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

TUEsDAY, March 22. Before:Mr: Voss. ?. v.- . Robt. Wiedmeyer, ,as charged with being drunk and disorderly.a nd also' for resisting a constable in tie ekecution of his duty. Constable Drumiond piroved the:case, and lie was fiied 4os oi'.severi days in gaol for being drunk :aid disoiderly'.- The charge of resisting the police was -withdrawn. This was all the business.

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

: GOULBURI1N POLICE COURT. .... MONDAY, MARCHdi 2. BEFORE C. S. Alexander. ' Margaret Berwick was charged by the police with being drunk,' aid was cattioned and'discharged. ' ! William Thomson.wa cirged kVitli; indel cent jexposure in apubliiplace. Prisoner pleaded guilty.,:..i,; -.::: i Constable Drummond proved the offence, and the Bench convicted; .the prisoner. and ordered him to be.sent to gaol for 7 days.,, Thos. O'Dell wascharged wivth beiing druk anddisorderly. Constable Drummond proved' the odfe'nice and'as the prisoner hid been broight ui bet fore was sent to gaol for Sev'en'idays ?1itlh hard labor. SJohn Pollard' was charged with :allbowinig a horse to stray. Defendant did not appear. I ' Constable Wheally proved st?rvic f sum inons. Constable Drummond depose? :: Last Fri day afternoon I saw a horse in Clifford-street straying about; I went. to .,the defendant's place and asked if the horse belonged to him; his wife said "Yes," and sent a boy to drive it in. Fined aos and...

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MICALAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

S- MICALAGO. ('-'From our correspondent.) POLICE.' COURT;-Before Messrs.. Dowhing anid Peden,J P. 's. j Charles Cooney was summoned for using and allowing dice to be used in his licensed house.. Defendant pleaded not guilty. John, Cummins deposed:.,I remember Friday, the i8th of February; I was at de fendant's place; I saw dice there; I saw lice played for drinks; I saw the defendant there. By Senior-constable Carroll: Do you kriow. the game of " doodlum buck ?" Witness: No, I don't know anything about it. Cross-examined by defendant: Who were the,parties-that were using the dice? . i .Withess' I saw you and Mr. Hayes usinig them, S- Hayes deposed: I remember being in defendant's. house on the I8th February; I saw dice played there on that day for drinks aiid money; I saw defendant taking part in the game. S.Cross-examined by defendant: Who were, usingithe dice? SWitness: Why, you and I were playing. SDefendant : Did you see Carroll pass the door ? SWitness: No, I did not. Thomas Mc...

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GUNDAROO. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

GUNDAKOO. (From our Correspo dent.) RACES took place here on St. Patrick's Day. The weather was all that could be desired ; but the attendance was smaller than usual, owing to the counter attractions of a similar sort elsewhere and the great circus being at Yass. The first event, the Maiden Plate, brought tour starters to the post; and aftef.a well contested race, it was decided as follows: 0. O'Malloy's .................... ........ 1 Min.-han's Bowing........................ 2 P Jobbins' Fairy .............. ......... 3 Jacob Lee's King Victor. A protest was entered against Mr. O'Malley's representative, which has not yet been de cided.,. Bowing was a. good second.'", Second Race, the Publicans' Purse: P. Jobbins' Ned Kelly ............... 1 U. O'Malley's Musgravo ............... 2 Mark Minehan's Swell .................. 3 Only the three horses named came to the post; and the race proved to be a good one from start to finish. Third Race, the Town Plate. This was the race of the da...

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