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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

BREVITIES. POL1LINo on Monday. A boy at Dubbo while eating his dinner was choked with apiece of meat. A man named Jacksoi,.at Upper Tarcutta, died under strange circumstances which lead to the opinion that he poisoned himself. The Braidwood Show on Thursday last was attended by 1500 people, and turned out successful. Prices for cattle in Sydney are firmer. The Press Bill has been withdrawn by Mr. Garrett, but will be introduced again next session. On Friday last the Coomarailway vote was passed by a large majority. The nomination yesterday passedoff in a -: huinmourous style. The electoral lists for Argyle will be revised -,at Collector, on loth May.:, ,The corporation labourers are jubilant at getting an hour a day taiken off them-' by the Goulburn Borough Council. SPersons willing to inspect the oleotoral roll can do so by attending the Goulburn. court-house, wheroe the same is posted. At. the settling up of the Taralga:show, Mr. Mooney handed a pound of his prize mioney back to t...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, SATURDAY. IN the Assembly yesternight the discussion on Mr. Poole's resolution with regard to the water scheme was continued. The Bill was ultimately negatived by a Majority of 27. The Sydney Hospital Bill was passed through committee. The Fisheries Bill was read a third time and passed. An allotment of land having 91 feet frontage to Pittastreet, near Hunter-street, with three buildings was sold by auction yesterday for £33,050. Messrs. Dalton Brothers were the purchasers. A heavy thunderstorm passed over the city yes ternight accompanied with a steady fall of rain lasting about an hour and a half, when the weather again cleared up. A well-attended meeting of the Laycock.Tes monial Committee was held yesternight. Ab 300 subscription lists were issued. It is expecte that the amount raised will exceed anticipations. The committee arc making active preparations towards giving Laycock an enthusiastic reception when he arrives ...

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FARES FROM AND TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

FARES PROM AND TO OGOULBDURN. Albury, 54s and 36s Od Bethungra, 30s. 9d. and 2Is. Binalong, 17s. and 11s. Gd. Bowning, 15s. and 10s. Bowral; 13s. 9d. and 9a. 6d. R Breadalbane, 3sa. 5d. and 2s. 4d. Burradoo, 12s. and 8s. 3d. Campbelltown, 23s. and 15s. Gd9dadI . d Carrick, 2s. Gd and Is. lid. Cootamundra, 27s. 3d. and 18s. 3d. Culcairn, 49s. 3d. and 33s. Gd. Cunningar, 20s. 9d and 14s. 3d. Douglas Park, 20s. 6d. and 14s. i Fish River, Gs. 3d. and 4s. 3d. Galong, 18s. 9d. and 12s. 9d., Gerogery, 51s. and 34g. 9d. Gunning, 7s. and 4s. 10d. Homebush, 28s. and 18s. 9d. Jerrawa, 9a. 6d. and Gs. 6d. Jordan's Crossing, 9e. and Gas. June, 35s. and 24s. Liverpool, 25e. 9d. and 17s. 6d. Mannafield, 2s. 4d. and is. 7d. Marulan, 4s 7d. and 3s. 2d. Menangle, 21s 6d. andl4s. 9d. Mittagong, 139. and 9s. Mossvale, 11a. and 7s. 6d. Murrumburrah, 21s. Gd. and 14r. 9d. Parramatta Junction, 27s. 3d. and 18sa. 6d Picton, 18s. 6d. and 12s. 9d Rush's Platform, 13s. 9d. ahndsr. Gd. Sandy Creek, 42s. 3d. an...

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CHURCH SOCIETY OF THE DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

CHURtCH SOCIETY OF THE DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. THE annual meeting of the above society was held in the hall of the Mechanics' Insti tute on Tuesday evening; there being an unusually large attendance of persons belong ing to the various Protestant churches in this city, the fair sex forming by far the greater proportion of the audience. The. chair was taken by his Lordship the Bishop of Goulburn at eight o'clock; whilst on the platform the following reverend and lay,..gentlemen occupied seats :-The Rev. Canon Scott of Queanbeyan, the Venerable Archdeacons Pownall and Puddicombe, the Revs. H. Dunlop, Thomas Watson, G. M. D'Arcy Irvine and L. Taylor; Dr. Sly, and Messrs. F. Deacon, C. S. Alexander, Isaac Shepherd, and W. H. Maybury. The proceedings were commenced by singing the 159th Hymn, which commences -" Jesus shall reign where'er the sur ;" after which the Rev. Canon Scott offered one or two appropriate prayers. Mr. C. S. Alexander, one of the honorary secretaries of the society, was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

WM. DUNCAN, Monumental ason, TERJNER-STREET, LB U Headstones, Monuments, &o., estone o o arble. Also, IRON RAILING AS CHEAP AS WOOD. DESIGNS UPON APPLICATION BY LETTER AT THE WORKS. Dr. CARROL5L( L.R.C.S.I., L.M., GOLD MEDAL O.U., OAN BE CONSULTED AT il -NEW DISPEN ARY, Auburn.street, next the Post 0 ce, Goulburn. August 19, 1879. CRITERION1 HOTEL, AUBURN-STREET, GOULBURN. rfHE Proprietor havi the ove B tel THOROUGBLY VA' D, is n in a position to ACCOMMODA E IARD Superior t Any ous n own. CHARG CTLY MODER ¶ GOOD STABLING &o. OC. LAST, Proprietor. WALTER DANIEL, (SuccESSOR TO MRS. RICHARDS) UNDERTAKER. Funerals Furnished o the S st Notice with th reate CHARGES STRIG LY jMO RATE. DDRE : WALTER AAIEL, BOURKE-STREET, GOULBURN, Opposite the Public School. Southern Building Soci ty. A DVANCES MADE on FREEROL L D S. and BUILDINGS by the ab c.iety, upon EASY TERMS OF REPAYMENT. For particulars apply to P. G. MYER9 Manager Important to the t"ublic. FURTHER REDUCTIONS in the P...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, March 23. Iih\theLegislathve Couricil' Thei Presidentri read 'messages from the Goveridr, ;assehtingto the sltanding; order approved of by the House on .the ?4th instant, the Ad.. Eundem Degrees Bill, and the Moiiunt Keinbla Coal'and Oil Co.'s Rail. way Bill.. . The Boarding-out Bill was. received from the Legislative Assembly, and' read the first time. The President reported that the Legislative Asse~ibly had agredd to the Council's 'ameid ments in the Matrimonial Causes Act amed ment Bill.. . ' The,Berrima Coal-mine Railway Bill was read the third time arid passed:. The second reading of the Anatomy Bill wasagreed to, and it atterwards passed through committee with amendments as far as clause i?, when progress was reported. The House then hdjourned. In the Legislative Assembly. Messages were received from his Excellency the Governor, intimatihg that he hiad given the royal assent to the Mount Kembla Rail way Bill"and the. Ad Eundem Degree Bill. Mr. Garret...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

GOULBURN POLICE ,COURT..? FRIDAY, MARCH 25. BEFORE Mr. Voss.. John Carolan, Willian Baker, and Samuel Walsh, were charged with trespassing on th" land of John Chisholm. Mr. Betts appeared for c6mplainant. Defendants pleaded guilty. " - Mr. Betts in stating the case said that the complainant did not wish to be too severe bn Baker and Walsh, but Carolan had after being warned insisted on trespassing, and had cut down a tree for a bee's nestini.the land, and when spoken to was saucy. :. The Bench ordered defendant, Carolan, to pay £3, with 3s 4d. costs of court, and £r Is. professional costs; and the othder. defendants' 3s 4d. costs of court, and ios 6d. professional costs each. The fines were paid. Mary A Armstrong, was charged with illegally driving cattle, the property of Isaac Harvey. Plea, not guilty. Mr. Betts appeared for complainant, and stated that the case was brought up under the impounding act. Mr. Rossi here took a seat on the Bench. Esther E. Harvey, daughter of complaina...

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Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNIEY. MAIL trains leave Sydney daily, Sundays excepted, at 7.30 p.m.; Picton, 9.25; haittagong, 10.50; Moss Vale, 11.13; Marulan daily, except Mondays, at 0.18 a.m, arriving at Geulburn 0 58 a.m, leave 1.8 ; Breadalbane, 1.43 ; Gunning, 2.18; Yase, 3 15; Bowning, 3 35; Murrumburrab,.5.10; Cootamundra, 6.10 ; Junee, 7.55; and South Wagga, 8.55, arriving at Albary, 11.30. On Mlonday, Wednesday, and Friday, passenger trains leave Sydney at 8.20 a.m.; Granville, 8.50 ; Picton, 10.20; Mittagoug, 11.55; ,loss Vale 0.20 p.m.; Mainulan, 1.32; arrive at Goulburn 2.19, leave 2.30; Breadlbauo, 3.2; Gaun:nig, 3 35; Yases, 4.35; Bowning, 4.55; Haiden, 6.17; Coostamundra, 7.32; Junee, 9.30; and South Wagga, 10.30; arrive at Albury 1.5 a m. Tued.day, Thursday, and Saturday, passenger trains leave Sydney at 9.45 a.m.; Granville, 10.19; Liverpool, 1d 45 ; Campbelltown, 11.22; Picton, 0.20 p m ; Mittagong, 1.50; Moss Vale, 2.15; and Marulan, 3.34; arrive at Gou...

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The Rodanow Watch Fraud. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

The Rodanow Watch Fraud. FROM the American papers received by way of California we learn that a fraud has. been exposed in Boston, Mass.' which will be of interest to the Australians. Some months ago Australian and New Zealand newspapers were invited by circular to insert advertisements for the Rodanow Manufacturing Company (limited), capital 2,ooo,oo000 dol., Boston America, and to send their bills to 5 and 7 Portland-street Boston, for payment, together with copies of the papers. Some newspapers were guileless enough to insert the advertise ments. The Yass Curier not only inserted the advertisement, but published a flattering notice, or as the Boston Journal of January 2oth says, ' an astonishing editorial announce ment,' of the enterprise of Americans in general, and the Rodanow Company in particular, calling attention to the fact that company had been appointed by warrant watchmakers to the Queen of England, Prince of Wales, Emperor of Russia, and the Bey of Tunis. It is now sho...

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THE NOMINATION OF ALDERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

THE NOMINATION OF ALDERMAN. THE nomination of candidates for the seat rendered vacant in the Municipal Council of Goulburn took place at the Council Chambers yesterday; about o100 ratepayers were present and evinced great spirit in the preooceedings, which were commenced at twelve o'clock by the Mayor stating tht the business of the meeting was to nominate an alderman in the place of John Jessop whose seat had been' rendered vacant through .insolvency. He then handed his authority for suchl? election to the Town Clerk. On the evening of the ,17th instant he marked the papers that he had. received, and which he would reaid to the meeting. He hoped that those who were toaddress the meeting were present, as he did not intend to wait, but would proceed to read the nomination papers as received, the first was that of Mr. Frederick Horn, signed by E. Gillespie, John Slocombe, G. Fox,. and Win. Duncan, the second paper was informal it only containing the names of a few ratepayers, the thir...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

GUNNING. (From our Correspondent.) ON Thtirsday evening, Mr. James Bevan of Fish River, met with a very nasty accident. He was just mounting his horse to start for home, from Mr. Bean's hotel; when mount ing, the horse (which had a sore back) reared up and fell over on his rider. Mr. Bevan was a good deal shaken, and received one very ugly wound on his temple, which bled profusely. Mr. Collins was sent for, and attended to the injuries received. The bridge at Newman's over the Fish River, requires the attention - of the roads department. On Monday last, a sot' of Mr. James Lyell of Tolldale, received several severe injuries through his horse falling on the bridge; he was terribly cut about the face and head, On Friday Mr. Joseph Hallam, had a narrow escape from having his team of bullocks and dray thrown over the side of the embankment, through the leading bullocks when going on to the bridge swerving off, and attempting to get back. Both pole bullocks were thrown down, and for some...

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CABLE MESSAGES. PARIS, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. ) PARIs, March 23. INTELLIGENCE has been received from Nice that a terrible catastrophe took place last night in that town, resulting in heavy loss of life. While the usual performance was pro ceeding, the theatre building accidentally caught fire, and a panic seized the audience. The means of escape proved quite insufficient, and many persons were trampled to death, while numbers more were burned. Nearly a hundred persons perished, and the theatre was entirely destroyed. ATHENS, March, 23., Coumoundouros, the Premier, delivered a speech to-day, in which he alluded to the present stage of the frontier difficulty with Turkey. While admitting the critical position of affairs, Coumoundouros said that though war might undoubtedly be. near, he by no means considered it inevitable. NATAL, March 22. The members of the Royal Commission of Inquiry, having now received official advice of their appointment will proceed immediately to Heidelburg, where...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

[REUTERS TELeORADMS.] LONDON, MARCH 25. Tut debate is proceeding in the House of Commons on the policy pursued by the Government in abandoning Candahar. Sir Charles Dilke, the Parliamentary Secretary of the Foreign Office, in the course of his speech, remarked that one of the first acts of Emperor Alexander III., after his ascension, was to recall General Skobeloff, and put a final stop to opera. tions in Central Asia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

. luctionctet' Abbcrtizcluttntt. TUESDAY, 29.n MARCH. JAMES'S PARK, HIGHLY IMPROVED Agricultural and Pastoral Property, ONE OF THE EARLY GRANTS, And without exception THE FINEST IN THE CROOKWELL DISTRICT, containing San area of i 1404 Acres Splendid Freehold Land, Togetlier with 40 ACRES CONDITIONAL PUR CHASE and 1 i000 ACRES PRE-EMPTIVE LEASE; the whole forming a princely little property of 2444 acres, distant 7 miles from Crookwell, with a frontage of 11 mile to the Crookwell River. FINLAY AND Co. Have 'received instructions from Mrs. Br to sell by auction, At their Rooms Belmore-Square, ON TUDSDAY, 29TH INSTA T, At e'even o'clock, T HE FREEHOLD PROPERTY of t la J. W. Bray Esq., known as S JAMES'S P .Containing 1404 acres, with 40 ores e otion and 1000 acres pre-emptive. SThis beautiful little Estate is really grand, en. tirely fenced in, sub-divided into fattening pad. Sdocks, and abundant!y watered. ' SThe improvements, which are most substantial, comprise a 7-Roomed well-fSnish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

W asted, A ENERAL S VANT. Ap y Mss. BALL, Auburn-s eet. %Vaex ed. ENERAL S VANT. BR GE HOTEL, Auburn-astr t. . rsaed. A L TLE GIRL o mind a baby. pply as. J. J. LEE, . 3, Grafton Ter oe. , woan ed, A G0D TAILON ES8S. Appito L. _ .NDELSHON. Wa ted. SCO c and HOUS AID. Apply o the ICKETERS' ARM 16'. ted, SPECTABLE OUNG GIRL etNurse a to make hersel aeful. Apto Mes. W fLIAY .DAVIES, Cliffo -street. Wanted, A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN as W rng Housekeeper, at once. Apply Ms.a EN. KINS, A uburn-street. ,Wanted, A GENERAL SERVANT; m' dle pro ferred. Apply J. BYRNE,' Conf tioner, Auburn-street, Goulburne. Wanted, A HOUSEMAID; must be accusto d to waiting on table. Apply at ce,, s. A. Mc INNES, Hibernian Hotel. Wanted. A TEAM to Cart a Stack of Hay fro Gun dary to-Goulburn. - Apply H. C. TT Sloane-street. TO TAILORS. W ANTE D, FIRST-CL ASS H DS, immediately. WILLIAM DA ES & CO,, Australian Stores. Wanted/o Puroha a FOR CASK, SFEW JMALL COT AGES in the city, . toget er or separately. ROBT. C...

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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

INQUEST. AN inquest was held yesterday at the Star Hotel, Noith Goulburn, before the coroner, Mr. A. M. Betts, on the body of George William Hotwald, a child aged four years, who had been ridden over the previous day. Mr. H. S. Gannon appeared to watch the case for Edward Byrd. Eva Blanche Gotwald deposed : I live in Union-street ; deceased was my son, aged four years and ten months; yesterday morning about ten o'clock I went out; I was not away more than five minutes; when I left my house deceased was sitting on the verandah; I ran home as quick as possible, and found deceased just dying, lying on the bed i he did not live five minutes; I could see a mark on his skull; seine one sent for the doctor, who came shortly after; when I saw deceased he was quite well; he was a strong, healthy child. John Raward deposed : I was at the back of a building in Allison-street yesterday morning; I saw two men riding along Union street into the town at a furious pace; they were riding as fast as ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

BIRTH,   ON the 20th instant, at the Harp Hotel, Goulburn,     MRS. W. NASH of a son. Both doing well. MARRIAGES.   AT St. Andrews Manse, Goulburn, on the 16th   March, by the Rev. A. M. Tait, WILLIAM   ISDALE, Mittagong, to ELIZABETH, daughter of the late JAMES THOMPSON, of Manly Beach,   Sydney. JENNINGS — TEBBUTT. — March 22nd, at Denison House, Mudgee, by the Rev. W. Kingdon, assisted by the Rev. R. Rickards, the Rev. R. JENNINGS, Primitive Methodist Minister,   to MILLIE A. L. H., youngest daughter of   the late H. TEBBUTT Esq., Mudgee. By special license, at Moruya, on the 28th of February, 1881, by the Rev. H. B. Callachor,     M.A., WILLIAM EDEN, only son of the late   W. GUEST, of Nerrigundeh, to CATHERINE     MARION ELIZABETH, only daughter of the   late JOHN COLE JAMES Esq., of Ca...

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THE TARALGA AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 March 1881

THE TARALMA .AGIIUULTURAL AND PASTORAL AqSOOIATION'S SHOW. FoR some time past the committee of the above association were to be found working away with a determination to make their second annual show result in a success, and theyl have been deservedly rewarded for their pains. On Wednesday last the show took place, and was attended by about 6oo or 7o5 people. The situation of the show ground is about half-a-mile from the township of Taralga,, 'and in a paddock known as the race course. Some years ago, in order that the, pasture might be improved, the timber was:rung or. killed, and as a consequence there was very little shade afforded to the pu6blic or animals exhibited. But now that the society have funds in hand, and are daily increasing, we hope to see sheds erected by the time the next show takes place. On arrival at the paddock we pay the moderate sum of one shilling, and are admitted, and after ascending a small hill we. find ourselves in the midst of exhibitors, exhibits, an...

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Cricket.—Swashfield v. Fullerton. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

Cricket.- Swashfield v. Fullerton. THE return-match between Swashfield and Fullerton was played at Fullerton on Satur day, the I9th instant, which resulted in an easy victory for Swashfield by five wickets and three runs to spare. The batting of the Swashfield men, with a few exceptions, was very good; also the bowling of Messrs. Grady, Walsh, and A. Stephenson was de serving of special praise. The batting of W. Armstrong, M. Cartwright, E. Henry, and O. Toole, as well as the bowling of J. Cart wright for Fullerton, was likewise up to the usual standard. The fielding of both teams was very good. A. Stephenson captained the Swashfield men, W. Armstrong doing a like service for the Fullerton team. Appended are the scores : FULLERTON: First innings. Second innings. M. Cartwright, b Grady 17 Walsh......... 11 cA. Stephenson, C. Cameron, o & b Grady 0 b Grady ...... 0 J. Cartwright, b Walsh.. 2 o T. Clayton, b Walsh ....... 2 D. Toole, b Walsh ...... 2 run out ......... 15 J. Too...

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MICALAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

MICALAGO. (From our Correspondent.) THE Annual Races came off on St. Patrick's Day, 17th March,. on the old racecourse. *The 'weather was everything that could be! desired; there was a very 'goo-d atteridance! of both sexes on the course; and everything passed off agreeably. There was one pub licans' booth, as well as several fruit-stalls, on the ground, all of which were well patron-. ized. The first event was the Maiden Plate of £8, which Parker's black mare S. A. won by two lengths; P. Crimen's Vengeance second. The Flying Handicap of -?6 was won by P. Crirrien's Vengeance, Parker's black mare S. A. second. For the Micolago Handicap of £12 three horses started, Parker's black mare winning easily. The District Purse of £-o was won by Leach's Silvertop. The Hack Race of J£4 was carried off by Colley's Tramway. For the Consolation Stakes of ,4 there was a good race, Cooney's Magnet eventually coming off victorious. At the' Hibernian Hotel there was a free ball and supper in the even...

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