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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881
eOULBURN iPOLICE COURT. WEDNESDiY, hliARCH ?-3 BELoRE Mr. Voss. . : John . Kelly, charged with allowing two co6ts to stray, pleaded guilty and was fined 'coaand as 6d costs. Isaac Watson charged with riding on the foot-path in Clifford-street.' Mr. Gannon for defendant. The defendant was fined 20s and ·s 6d costs of court. 'Alfred T. Weekes charged Wvith beng 'of unsonnd mind. ' Consiable Emerton deposed : I arrested the defendant this morning; I beliei'e ie is a confirmed lunatic, and has been so for some time. "Case remanded for medical exa'minatidn. Mr. B. Horsbrugh took his seat on the bench. Johri and Thomas O'Donnell iverechirged withI assaulting-Beijamin O'Donnell..; Mr. Davidson for the defence. Benjamin O'Donnell deposed :I) -am' a tutcher livin. inGoulburn; on the-night of the 'eth instant I ti in thb S.i'a~lkn ino having a glass of wine; John O'Donnell came in and called inme a rogue and robber, and struck me i we closed and fell to the ground; Tom O'Donnell then came up,...
TARALGA AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881
TARALGA AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. ITHE second annial show under the auspices of the above society took place yesterday in the race-course paddock, about half-a-mile from the township of Taralga; and the only inconvenience experienced by the large num ber that attended was the heat of the sun. Nearly all the timber being killed very. little shade was afforded to the public, which num bered between 600 and 700 people; about half this number being members of the fair sex. The Crookwell Brass Band, under the direction of Mr. White, played at intervals tl.roughout the day. In the majority of sections the competition was very keen, there being in the horse sec tion, 82 entries; cattle, 40 entries; sheep, 34 entries; swine, 5 entries; dogs, 13 en tries; poultry, aI entries; dairy produce, Io entries; farm produce, 22; fruit, 8; miscel. laneous, i6; and no less than s6 competed for the special prize for drawing, and these were from the local school, and with the ex ceptio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881
WVjaentcd, ESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL Nurse Sto make herself useful.' Apply to MhRs: WVtLLLAM DaVIEI, C:ifford.street. /1 Wa, le. r A ctRL about14,, :g o ,,ive .e,,miles t .- . ountry.. Apply, MS. H. J?NNS, Adulison street. / i .?ned,i A JDDLE.AGED VOMAN as ,odng .,. ousekeoper,-aln on Apply MRs. KIIN Auburn-street. Fencers Wanted / T .pZt up FIVE MILES tLOG .FEN for .."Xcep. Apply at once, J.. STO IONT, Nee t-Carrick. 20th March,. 1881. S '...Wanted, , A GENERAL SERVANT ;middle prie lferred.: Apply J. BYRNE, C ctioner, Auburns-acreet, Goulburn . . WVanted. A IIOUSEMATD; must be accn?ne. to waiting on table. Apply at once, ~s. A. Mc INNES, Hibermiaun Hotel. lWanied. A TEAM to Cart a Stnck of Hay fro0 dary to Gaulburn. ApplyH.O. TT Sloane treet. ": Wanted, A YOUNG WOMAN as NURSE, for hort time. Mrs: KING, Hillside. Wanted, A OTIVE MAN to Groom, Drive, Garde Milk 1..t,? be u~feful. Apply to IS ~SiREP HK?s~, Sohth Hill. :... SW Italiletf EIGHT OR NINE SMART ?SYs Appren tices, at Wood &a...
Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881
: ; Fatal Accident. AeCmIILD named Geirge Gotwall, aged 5 years, was ron over this morning in Union-street, in front of its,paronts' residence, near the Publio School, Nortlh Goiunii.bu' Froni information we received fronm the mother of thb child, it appears that at about .il o'clock this morning she went to a creek for a bucket of water, leaving the child in front of the houso on the road. Shortly after two butchers' lads came galloping'past, and knocked the boy down. H:e was at once picked up, and Mrs Sidwell, a neighbor, advised taking him to the p rents' house. The shild was alive then, hut uncoselious; however, iu les- .than a quarter of an hour it died. There are marks on the skull showing where the lihrse struck it. The parents are very poor, and the husband out of employment, ?id seeisg there"are eight chi'dro,' we recommend them to consideration of the charitably disposed.
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881
S• ".: DDS AND ENDS, ':: : : During fle Frelnch ReEvolution, Jean Bon St. Andre, the Vendean reyvdhtionist; re Sniarked to a peasant,! ' Iwill, have i.every:one of your steeples:pulled down, that.. you may no longer have any objects by which.you may lbe' reminded of your:old supeirstitions;': You I cannot help leavinig us the: stars,' replied the humble peasant, 'and we can see them further offtthin omir'steeples.' :: -' . .: i : ;Tliefollowing, candidates passed in :the Civil Service examination which was held on Moinday,the 7th of March; at the University : William jA~lderdiceir George R.. Barni?s Edwin Booth; William Henry Bbtirke, James L' IByrne, RobertiA .Calder Arthur. D'igan, F':: F. Falcoiner Riclhard O.:Friend, Janies A. Gallahcr"lThomas Kinninmont, Walter Lane, i.L, IJ Mc!Grath: G. :F.?'Morrison; A. C. B. Neivmais, James:Orr, Arthur Peisley;' Sydney Quinlan Beaumont: :Reade,. W. Mt Simpson, Edward' . EWeekEs, .Ernest :Vickham:,: The following candidates passed inthe exami...
[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881
,.;:;[;EUTIER'S TEL*GRf lSDI i' L:: .:.'. ONDON, MARCH 23.. Sir' BHerc'ules Robinson is appointed a member of the royal cummission to ilnquire into the circum. etances connected with the war in the Transvaal In the House of Commons the Premier laid be. fore Parliament full particulars in regard to the conditions of peaco accepted by the Beers. The latter have agreed to acknowledge the sovereignty of the Que-o over the whole of T'ransavaal ;a c6m pletely autonomous government will be allowid the Boers-the Queen's representatives in no way in terfering with the management of local affairs. The dispersion of the Beers in arms: is: to be carried out without delay; but until this is accom plished anld the affairs cf the colony settled down the Btritish garrisons will romaiu in full strength. A o:rtain number of troops thereafter will be permasuently stationed in the Transvaal. The Prince and Princess of Wales have gone to attend the funeral of the Czaar.
Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881
, Telegraphic : Intelligence [FROM. OUR -CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. IN the Assembly yesternight the Fisheries Bill was recommnitted, several clauses amended and a few new osnes added. The House resumed tlhe.dliscussion' of the loan estimates. The vote of the Illawarra railway extension was agrecA to without amendment on division by 55 to 17. Other votes were proceeded with. , 'l'o.ight (Friday uight) will also bo given up for the consideration of the railway estimnatcs. The House agreed to the councils' ameudments in, the No.Liability Companies Bill. The.full lourt gianted a rule uisi to set aside the conviction of Patrick Diamond, on the ground that he is a holder of a publicans license.
CABLE MESSAGES. MONDAY, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881
CABLE MESSAGES. Fr...( om Sydney Daily Papers. ) M. ONDAY, MARCH 21. A royal commisioni is about to be appoin ted'for the purpose of inquiring into the whole circumistances connected with the Itte war ,aithe :Transvaal. Mr.: Parnell has been absent from his place2 in P?arliament for some time. He has visited severalplaces in Ireland. The exceptionally long time which he is spending in Ireland is now beginning to create comment. In the Hoiuse 'f Commrons to-day, in reply to a questipn, Mr. Gladstone announced the intentiorinsof the' Government regarding publmc business for the remainder of the session. The pemm er, iho. is chancellor of the ebcheqquerstated that he intends to deliver tlheannual budget speech on the 4th of April, after which the Government will redeem the ifromise:they made some timeago to introduce the'Irish Land Bill:> Mr. Forster will, if the state: of public business permits, move the sec6i' reading of the latter measure on the 7th of April. In the House of Com...
PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881
-** r I AA EN. AR-L;AI A RI-EYNTAI^-£'R ^. i.j? ;"#V -."it TUESDAY 'March a2:`* IN ilie';Legislative Assembly,, - , ;. i;.,-.i.s:i, :" Mr.'-E. Barton brought up the Bates!Trust Billf, I i bih ý,as'read a first time. . : ,,i, ..Mr. Speaker reported that the peitiions presented during the previous week, pira'}ing for the remission of the interest on the condi tional purchase balances, were informal, and imust be returned. . " The Osborne Leasing Bill was referred to a'Select. Committee for inquiry and report.": .;The House then went into C6miittee'"of Supply, and the consideration of the LoaIa Estimates was resumed. -:The estimate oft 2,755,ooo for the doub'le lineý of railway from Homebush to Waratah was first moved.. :: Mr. Fletcher contended that it 'wouldd ,be sufficient to have a single line from Sydne'tb Cooranbong, with branches froni.theiice' to' Maitland and Waratah, and tiat, the cost of the work could be reduced to the6 etýht'-6f a; million. M ir. Dilioh thb'ght a sin'ielin...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881
r~~s!~ ·BREVITIES, ~ ··:i.; .'!:.3?;.~''' " :'?i?, ; · MUONCIPAL -nomination toimorrow. SThere are sligiht fiosts in this district. Temperance Society meeting to-night at Noith Goulburn ,r i Mri. reece, M??l.A., ison a visit to Goul burn. Mes. Willia~i?:limtin and Faredericl Hornlare tlihe onli: carindidates fori muiiciali honors;::; : · , 'Remember that .noon to-morrow is ~ the tim'dfixed for th:e nomination ot aldeirmen for the centre ward vacancy. .:I is:if?pobrted that Kelly and Leon intend perfoimingin Goilburn on the nights of the Agr5icutral' Sosety's show. ... Persons havig: dirty back yards had better be on the.look:out. The nuisance inspector intends;ipayiiig them a visit. : -lTwo hoursand tventy ninutes were occu pied by the' Couincil last niight' in disposinig of their fortniglitly business. "A':nriother isheeting of Mr. Horn's frienids and supporters takes place to-night at Mr. Nash's Hotel, Auiburrnstreet. " " " Another meJical 'man---Dr. C L. Taylor -has commenced the...
Temora Items. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881
Temora Items. SiThe Amelia Reef is showing fitle gold in thestoni. t Typhiod feveris. reported to be prevalent. An inquiry has been held by Warden De Boos privately, about the gold-fields reward.; It is understood that the only parties examin ed were Bloomfield and party and Moore and party, and.the~ evideince is stated to be in favour df Bloomfield and party, but.they i:did noi offically ieport gold. A grand discovery has been miade ini the, Ujpper Town. Flannery and party (not " Hannery" have. struck .passable water at .90 feet.; They kniolkedoff wbork for slabbing jand ifurthe tiesting, the d'iscov'ery.: I,,lf the Government would only send up a- diamond drill the, ?would,iii: the opinion; of iraectical miners, get plenity :bof wateri for ~washing pur poses. , ,: ,A-' man: named Philip Palmer, :while; suffering from drink, ran out of a housei and fell.downra,shaft -85 feet deep. He .was rescued i vitho?ftl:i'ving. been injured.: '' Several nuggetshliave been found lately on both ...
MURRUMBURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881
MURRUMBURRAH. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (from our correspondent) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; T'HE murrumburrah folks had plenty of amusement last week. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The annual races took place on Thursday did Friday. The attendance was very good, and the same may be said of the racing. The £20 prize was won by Messrs. Haughey and Mc Grory's Gazette, and although he was the favorite for the £40 prize, it was won by Mr. Shanahan's, Kembla. The rider of Ariel was proved to to have pulled Gazette by, the bridle and ran him off the course, which led to the horse Ariel and his owner being disqualified for three years. On Saturday a concert was given at the R.C. Church by Miss Kate Slattery and Miss Steffani, assisted by Messrs. Banks, Kelly, Hinchy,Hollingdale, and Fitzpatrick. &nbsp; The singing of Miss Slattery and Miss Ste...
Goulburu Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881
Goulburu Post-Office .Time-Tablo, MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM BINDAi, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday B ,ro, at midnight daily, Saturday excepten Braidwood, midnight daily, Saturday excepted Breadalbane, at 1.15 a.m. daily, -uuday excepted Bungendure, 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 Saturday Cooma, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and 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 Saturday Currawsveela, 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 Golepie, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Gundaroo, at 1.15 a.m. daily, Sunday excep...
THURSDAY, MARCH 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881
THURSDAY, MARCH 24. IN the Legislative Council, The President read a message from the Assembly, intimating that the amendments made by the Legislative Council in the No. Liability Mining Companies Bill had been agreed to. On the motion of Sir John Robertson, it war agreed that, unless otherwise ordered, the House should meet for the despatch of business on Tuesday in each week during the remainder of the session, Government business having precedence of general busi ness on that day. The House went into committee for the further consideration of the Anatomy Bill, and the remainder of the clauses were passed, with amendments. A bill to enable the Australasian steam Navigation Company to trade in coal was read the first time. . Sir John Robertson moved the second reading of the State Children's Relief Bill. The motion was agreed to, and the bill was read the second time, and afterwards passed through committee, with an amend ment. The House then adjourned till Tuesday next. In the Leg...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881
Handy H ndy Man. UMES URNISS B o inform the ood people of Gou n a~t he is ready take jobs of UPH L. STEI 'GO and MATTIIR 8S8 P AKING. C ir Stuffe and Caner, Umbrel Mend, Plain P ter, Ro Carpenter, White ,?asher. rders received at any m ment. Auburn street, three doors opposite Womb y and Co. A Few Words to All 1 FROM A. BUSHMAN, Tailor and Outfitter, OPPOSITE THE ROYAL HOTEL, GOULBURN. A 11 require new clothing when winter is near B lue, black, brown in good stuff-not "shoddy" or dear; U seful suits fo the office, the road, farm or ball S uperi ?in t for both tall o??nd small. H ave on ht yet your cl(f to fact sr'e 7 col ? D ke yo. minds up at oeo and then lay t your el t :Bus a ; for all that stand long wear ewest fashion, and all clothes selecte, care. T beh warmest of Scotch goods, the plaid and the tweed, A 11 made from your measure-good fit guaranteed. I ndestructible boys' suits, great coats in variety L ight and dark-long and short-for all grades of society. 0 f this please b...
Should a Baby be Fat? [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881
Should a Baby be Fat ? WHILE there is a measure of truth in the assertion that fat babies are not necessarily healthy, the following much quoted extract from a physician's letter to a Boston paper is likely to do mischief by its extravagant con denination of fat. Speaking of fatty degenera tion the physician says : ' Most infants do become thus diseased before they are three months old. This stops the growth and leaves the poor deceived parerits nothing but increase in weight to boast of; and when the poor little victim to his own greed and his parents' folly gets to the end of his tether he melts away like butter in a hot oven, and then it is seen how poor (in flesh) he has been all the time. Few comprehend the broad difference between flesh and fat. The first is lean meat-muscle -the result of growth : while fat-I don't care how hard and solid it may be-is the product or accumulation of unexcretial excess. This is why no one bets a dollar on a fat horse or a fat man-they are 'soft...
GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881
G*OULBURN ITEMS. THE following selections were taken up at the Local Land Office on Thursday :-Patrick Callaghan, 40 acres, parish Gurrundah, county Argyle; George Handley, 40 acres, parish Marulan, county Argyle; S. Emanuel, 40 acres, parish Gundary, county Argyle; Peter Larkin, 217 acres, parish Bourke, county Argyle. The Star of the South Lodge, Grand United Order of Oddfellows, held a special meeting on Thursday evening in the Tem perance Hall, for the purpose of considering the best and most advisable way of cele brating the sixth anniversary of the formation of the lodge. The matter was taken up warmly by a good many of the members; and after several propositions had been sub mitted to the meeting and negatived, it was decided that the celebration should consist of a procession, picnic, and athletic sports. A strong committee was then appointed to make the necessary arrangements; and from what'we can hear, the programme of sports which they have in course of preparation is of ...
TREVELYAN. CHAPTER XLIII. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881
TREVELYAN. CHAPTER XLIII. THaE Lady Beatrice, under the ministrations of her alarmed father and Lord Trevelyan, was speedly aroused from her swoon. She opened her eyes with a frightened start, and sprang half upright, looking around her with glances of wild alarm. - ' Be calm, Beatrice !' said the'Earl sooth ingly, taking her hand. ' The Marquis and I understand how this discovery of Geoffrey's existence agitates you!.My poor child! And you have loved him all these years ?' Lord Trevelyan looked down upon her ladyship with a strange expression of tender ness.' ' Beatrice,' he said softly, 'I have 'thought you cold and heartless. I believed that your sotil was in your social triumphs. How I have misunderstood you. Forgive. ime,: Beatrice. Let us be friends ' ' He held out his right hand, large, white, and shapely. The Lady Beatrice made a gesture to take it, and. then drew back shud dering. ' You shrink from me, because I am his uncle,' said Lord Trevelyan sorrowfully. ' I cannot bla...