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Reserves for Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
Reserves for Water Supply. No. 1o7. County of Argyle, parish of Marulan; area about 2 acres. The Crown lainds within the followying boundaries : Cornm mencing on the, right bank of Tangarang Creek, at the north-west corner of portion No. 95, ,and bounded thence on the east by a wvest: boundary of that portion south 3 chmiis 55 links; thence on the south by the north boundary. of that portion, and its pro loiigation vest,'.in all 6 chains, to the east boiundary of. George Barber's 640 acres; thence on the west by part of that east boun dary north to. Tangarang Creek aforesaid; and:thence by that creek downwards to the point of comm'enicement. No. ro8. County of Argyle, parish of Marulan, area about 2 acres.? :The Crown. lands within the follow ing bound'ldarires:. Coimencing at a' point 6 chains south from. the west extremity of the iorthernmost boundary .of 'portion No. yo (on map); and bou'nded thence'on the north by'a souith bouniidiary of that portion east 2 'cdlaiiss an'd' 8o li...
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
ODDS AND ENDS. A CASE Of great importance was tried at Urana on Friday last, before Mr. Bayliss, P.M., of Wagga. Mr. Halliday, of Brookong, sued Messrs. Johnson and Thomas, selectors, for improvement on a prelease consisting of ringing timber, which improved the value of the land to the selectors at the rate of 5s. per acre. Alter much evidence had been adduced, in which it was shown in a most demonstrative manner by impartial witnesses that the selector benefitted by such improve ments, even to a much larger extent, a verdict was given for the amount claimed. The selectors paid Is. into court, being, as they considered, the amount expended by the squatter in ring-barking, but the presiding magistrate decided that, according to the Act, it was the value to the selector of such improvements, and not the actual cost of effecting them, that was to be taken into consideration. Mr. Pilcher, instructed by Mr. Fitzhardings, conducted the case for the pastoral tenant; the defendant's conduc...
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, March 30. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. I Lox?os, March 30. THrs morning's Bulletin by Lord Beaconsfield's medical attendants reports that some slight im provement in his condition apparent the. 'previous night is maintained, anti symptoms which occa stoned some anxiety are mitigated March 31. The latest bulletin regarding the Earl of Beacons. field states that at a late hour last night his lord ship suffered a relapse, and that the more serious symptoms which had subsided have ag sin became manifest. The critical condition of the Earl is now causing great anxiety in the public mind. Another Bulletin has been issued by the phlysi cians in attendance on the Earl of Beaconsield. fae has passed a quitter night, and his goneral condition is stated to be uo worse. CoNSTAX TIeNOPL, March 30. - The Ambassed.rs of the P'owvers, as well as the Greek envoys, haviog raferred to their respeceive Gbvernmenets the offers last made by the PJrte for settling the frontier question by thile cessDi...
Agricultural Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
::.iti IAgriculturals Mal hineryy Ti?i- various igricultural shows" held last "ituiinini diflereit pairts of the cbuntryci?in not fail to. aimpress all wh.o visited. them with1 tfe' etraordinary lde;elopments made in re cent yeais in mechanical appliances, for agri culture. It lis well, therefore, to notice the benefi'ts:which this industry has derived fronim the genius:and the l"bors' of tlie mechanidiai&; We may go hakbia inthoughtto tlhime ivhein the ispade, tlie hoe lie sickle,i aind ilie&faif comprised the fa'rmer's store :.f:machinery,. and when :tihe plough was ithe rfidest cdn-: trivanceS hardly worthy to be -called a? tooli Then ?evei manffi :tilled tlie?soil or eingaged fii' pastoral pursiuii s bedicase:; it 'i~`ill onie niii could do to i provide limself arid iisdepenid ents with foiod. 'ihen eaich manfwasifrcedb to clothe himself ?.uid be h?is 6town mecihanic fbr this siniple reaison- ,He labored'ilogrand with infinite pains, and theliancient senitencet t...
NOTES FROM GININDERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
* NOTES FROLI GIN1INDEltItA . BY THE WIZARD. '' :: i. No doubt many of youi Gininderra readers are beginning to think,-from inmiloig sileniE, that I have either left. 'Giiinderrfa or! e~~i. gone the way of all flesh. N."Ntso li~??iever;: for I am still here in.the lanrid of thei?,iing waiting to take notes of arytlhirjg:of iliipkdst ance that may occur; miiy' long silence beiing attributable to the fact that n6tlingwivbiorthy of note has occurred since my last i ::? '" Hearing that our old friends the' Gundaroo cricketers were coming up to: play a nriatch with Gininderra.on SaturdayAlast, and know.v ing that a pleasant day is to beqjspent :when ever these two clubs meet, Ibetook: imyself at an early.hour to the, Ginitiderra ground at One Tree Hill, where on ;my:arrival I found that Cvith that usual .pun'ctuality. for: wliich they are noted the Gundaroo: team,:had ar rived.:: The Giniiderr.a playeis; were also all on the' ground in good time ; both.:teams' in dulging:in a little prac...
QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
QUEANBEYAN. : lm ,ated - .:. , ??(Abridged fi'rom.ihe Age.): a:i>q-,= SThe I sirict ,ourt... Que ,tion: 0 l,-sotsrda lasr, was preold d ov,-r by hin Hio'l;,Ji..udg, :?/c' rIfi landl. ·iA nuibibr of undefeite'lcI aais win.rd!got brohy!ugh. when an arbitrai n case-Ri' staliy ev,. i. K;'Crace? was called on, Sir. Buckl pse ap peored for plaintiff, and ir, Ganiiin for, defnideiui AlIt?ie soenlb arguiuinte by. the la 3er~io.in eihber iide, the oino was ipostpoed till the next aittings of the court. A breach of contract case wais tried by a jury of four; O'Grady v. Augustus Gibbes. Mr. Gannon for plaintiff; Mr. Backhouse for de. fendant. In opening the case, Mr. Gannon made a lengthy address to the jury, claiming that his client was entitled to at least £120 as damages. The substance of the case was that defendant hiid agreed to sell plaintiff a certain number of sheep, and failed to fulfil his contract; whereby plaintiff fst the increase, wool, and other profits. · ,i'the side of defe...
[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
[HEUTER'S TeLEGRuI.]. LONDON, FIDoaY. Tre latest bulletiu regarding the health of Earl Beaconstied states that more favorable symptoms are reported. A Fiji loan will ba issued shortly for £150,000. The quarter's returns, issued to day, shows an increase of £750,000 in the revenue; and'for the linancial year ending lMarch 31st, shows an in crease of £2,750,000 on the psevious year. Aun Imperial decree has been issued at St. Peters. burg announcing the introduction 6f important reforms in the Municipal Government of the city. The Emperor has assented to a thoroughly ret prosentative system of government.
FAREWELL TESTIMONIAL TO THE REV. R. N. MORRIS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
FAREWELL TESTIMONIAL TO THE REV. R. N. MORRIS. Anour thirty geltlemen assembled at the Presby. terian .chool-house la t evcening to show a mark of their esteem and respect to the Rev. R. N. Morris, Mi A., who is Iraving the district. Amongst those present we noticed the Rev. A. M. Tait, Rev. Francis Tait,. M. James Brownhill, Mr..J. T. Gannen, Aldermen Caldwell and XVombey, Messrs. McLeod, C. Rlogers, Hikis, Armstrong,: Kerr, Davies jun., andi H. 8. Gaenou, Dr. Davidson, and slessrs. H. C. Baker, F. Furner, C. Furner, L. R. Baker, Foxall, R. Craig. and others. On the motion of the Rev. Francis Tait, Mr. Brwnhill was voted to the chair, who stated thie ohject-of the meeting was to do honor to \ir R." N. Morris and. to bshow the respect that was due to him, who, he was sorry to say, was about to leave tnens. Hle was glad to find Euch a responoe to the movement ou the part of so many frienlds, which was in itself very gratifyibig. 'I he address was to be accompanied by a purse of sover...
TREVELYAN. CHAPTER XLV. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
TREVELYAN. CHAPTER XLV. Unconscious of the deadly enemies creeping up stealthily behind them in the mist and the darkness of that lonely, deserted street, Giralda and little Fay hurried onward toward the doctor's residence, conversing in low tones as they went. As they gained the nearest street corner that by which Adlowe's hired horses were in waiting-a gust of wind seized their umbrella, threatening to turn it inside out. Wait a moment, Fay,' said Giralda, paus ing to right the umbrella and to gather her waterproof cloak closer. 'The night is worse than I thought. I do not like to expose you to the wind and rain. We will go back, darling.' ' Oh, no, no,' urged Fay, pleadingly. 'You want to know how the sick man is. The doctor has been to see him again to-day. Let us go on.' Giralda allowed herself to be persuaded, her own anxieties urging her'strongly in the same direction. The refractory umbrella was reduced to a condition of usetulness, and the young pair were about to resume th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
Wae d, A yused to Horses. Apply to Ms. JO N SLLY, Clifford-stree : . W BB'Lnted, Ac GOOD. GENERAL SERVA1NT.A . Mos;.HiOLLOWAY, Auburnstreet. Wanted, IGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as A pro1n tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factory. pply WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-street. Wanted, AT Gilleapie's Boot FactoriSIX or EGHT. BOYS, CHARLES GILLESPIE, Goulorn. : nted. GOOD BIC K plytt %l~ O~OBRD N NI; u. WANTED TO B , SEED AND FEED OAT', in ?y quat H. O RA Sloan.seet--' Wanted Purchase, A FIRl CLASS AGGON AND TEAM OF B OCKS--6 l, also, TEAMS D WAGGO S to Draw W ad from near T rn's Bridge- and TWENTY N to CUT ? oDD; and t SELL WOOD by th load in the ddock at resonable rates. Please ap ly at once as tim is nney. JOHN O'BRIE Imp Hote, Goulburn, . RTILLERY BAND FROM S1DNEY. Worth all the one ~I cha for admission to hear them. New Ctages, Uni street, Opposite ~ao / North lburn. / M ORTABLE BOAb) and RESI ENO for Respectable Workig Men, atjlas. p ; also, partial board it re ed. oard and \esidence, A...
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
'' OULBURN POLICE COURT. FRI AY, APRIL I. BEFORnE. Messrs Voss and A. Gibson: ; : Alfred Weeks:was brought up :charged with! being of unsound mind. :. :.: ;;i..,i:: SDrs Morton and Catroll gave:evidence:td tne effect that the ptisonei 'liad'been 'under: their tre.tment, and was unfit' to be at largei and would be benefitted by being.sent to:the' Gladesville.Asylum. Dr. Carroll in addition stated that he had treated' Ihim for epilepsy some time back. 'The Bench ordered that prisoner should be' sent to the Gladesville Asylum. William Nugent was clharged'with illegally using a:horse, the property of:W. A. Evans. Mr. Betts appeared for complainant,;.and Mr. Gannon for defendant.. . :'M:;. Betts applied for a postponement of the case on the groands of a material witness being absent.' SPostponed till the 4th Ap il--Monday next. Elizabeth Kearne was charged with mali ciously 'destroying a ceiling, the property of Thomis Horan.:; Thomas Horan deposed : I am a laborer residing in Goulburn; ...
Revocation of Temporary Reserve. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
Revocation of Temporary Reserve. No. 35. County of Argyle, parish Nattery, Wollondilly River, 640 acres. The Crown Lands within the following boundaries: Bounded on the north and on the west from the road to Shelly's.Flat by the Wollondilly River upwards to the north-west corner of portion No. I3 ; on the south by the niorth; boundary of that portion and its easterly prjo longation bearing east to the aforesaid road i and on the east by that road northerly, to.the' point ofcommencement. Notified r4th July, 1874, for railway purposes.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
BOOTS! BOOTSTJ Boots for the Agricultural Show! - ? 3oots for the Easter Holidays!l UT U ARRIVED, ex " Gulf of Finland," "Cotopaxi," "Kosciusko," ,aid other, Late A rrivls, ,SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF .;,. Ladies', Gents', and Children's Boots & Shoes OF ALL VARIETIES. W. T. WOOD O0 : Desire to call the attention of the residents of GOULBURN and ARGYLE to their present STOCK, which for Quaity, Dlity, rai ity, & Elegance of Design CANNOT BE EQUALLED BY ANY OTHER HOUSE out of SYDNEY. Thousands of Pairs to select from I0o rou want Strong Balmorals for Winter wea ? Then go to WOOD A D CO.'S Do ou ant Cheap Elastic Walking Boots ? Go to WOO] AND CO.'S D3 you nt Cheap Kil or Levant Elastic Boots (sewn) ? Go to WVOO AND CO.'S Do' w nt Good Wakldng or Dancing Shoes (sewn) ? Go to WOOD AND CO.'S G to WOOD & CO 'S for ALL SORTS ! THE CHEAPEST HOU E IN TOWN!. ...A.D IiEi - IEB Do you. want Beautiful KitI or Levant Btttn oots (high leg)? Then go to WOOD AND iCO.'S Di ?eu wan...
THURSDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
T•uUn?sAY, MARcaci3." " In the Legislative Counicil, -: The President read a message -from the Geov. ernor, assenting to the Berrima. Coaol mining Comr pany's R ilwvay Bill, No.Liability Mining Co.'s Bill, and the Church of England Trust Property Incorporation Bih. bir John Robertson moved the second reading of the Fisheries Bill. The motion was passed, the bill was read the second time, and the House went iuto:committee to consider the bill in detail. The Chairman reprted progress,. The House adjourned. In the Legislative Assembly, Messages were received from his.Excellency the Governor, intimating that be-had given the Royal assent t, the No libilty Mining Co 's Bill, the Church of England Crpoplrte 'Iruots Bill, and the Berrimna Coal ,liuing Co.'s tsailway Bill. Sir Henry Parkes msedd the resolution, of which he had given notice, that. londay bhe an extra sit ting day, and that Governmuent business take pre. cedence on that day. The resolution was agreed to. The House then went i...
Reserve for Railway Purposes. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
Reserve.for Railway Purposes. No. 35a. County of Argyle, parish Nabbery, area about 850 acres. The Crowi Lands within the following boundaries: Commenc ing on the right bank of Wollondilly River, at the north-west corner of portion No. i3; and bounded thence by that river downwards to the southern side of the Great Southern Rail way; thence by that railway line easterly to the western side of the road connecting the Great Southern Road with the Old Sydney Road; thence on the south-east by that road generally south-westerly to a point due east from the point of commencement; thence on the south by a line west to that point, but exclusive of portions Nos. 3, 9, io, II, and I2.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
and Residence, V" fACN nIE.'for 2 or 3 Rospectai oun Easot, 3s. S. B. OLT, Clis'dftroet East. AN INVITATION TO ALL TO TIIE Temperance Hotel, GOJLBURN, By WILLI;AM ROGAN. T RAVELLERS and citizens, , 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 fromme you lre ive. Each morn I cannot give you. s?,3aT/"ni " of ece ie roie, Much bohetor for your heads I serve a w ?1 nade cup of tea; Pure milk from cows t~hat graze Up th mou tain green grass sweet, Eggs, bam, and every form and I nd f ulburn butbchers' meat. Rich are the meals that I supp to every coming guest, And oft I hope the public will now put; me to the test; No ranter I 'gainst publicans, for truly I opine Comforting and strengthening is good colonial wine, Excellent assortments 6f best brands I've on my shelves; Honost, non-adulterated--try them all yourselves. One and all avoid the sparkling ale, the brain. destroying "grog," 'Tis t...
PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
P A R LIAM I E;N TAA R Y. WVEDNESDAY, MARfit 30. Is the Legislative Counci', Sir John Robertson, ini reply to:Mr.' 'Piddington, said--i. The nature of whatvei?e -deoision the Im perial Government had arrived at with regard.to the ot 44 Victoria No. 19, relating to Church and School lands, reserved for, the'.ltoyal assent, would, he supposed, be made known in the course of a few days. The Sydney Hospital Bill hand the Chapman's Estato Bill were received from the Legislative Assembly, and read the first time: On the motion of Sir John -roberteson, the State Children Belief Bill was read: the third time, passed, and returned to the Legislative Assembly. On the motion ot Mr. Darley, the Anatomy Bill anna the Australasian teansl Navigahtion Company's Act Amendment Bill werl'e ead the third time, passed, and returned to the Legislative Assembly. The House then adjourned. ':' In the Legislative Assembly,. Sir Henry Parkts gave notice of his intention to move today that Monday be an extra. ...
Reserve for Quarrying. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
Reserve for Quarrying. No. IIo. County of Argyle, parish of Goul burn, area about 32 acres. The Crown lands within the following boundaries: Commenc ing on the north-west corner of portion No. 23, in the village reserve of Tirranla; and bounded thence on the north by the north boundary of that allotment, a line, and the north boundary of portion No 34 easterly, in all 33 chains 27 links to the north-east corner of the latter portion; thence on the east by the east boundary of portion No. 34 aforesaid southerly to its south-east corner; thence on the south by the south boundary of that portion, a line, and the south boun dary of portion No 33 aforesaid westerly to the south-west corner of the latter portion; thence on the west by the west boundary of that portion northerly to the point of com mencement.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
: U-U' :COYMjdiEtCIArL INTELGilNt;i. WEn have no improvement to-report in busi ness transactions duringthe week. Trade is abouthe same as stated in our last report; andias is generally the case during the last week of'a month, business people as a rule do riot give extensive orders, and on enquiry we firid that trade is moderate. Wool.-We have not heard of any business in this line of any consequence to report. Sheepskins. - The market is active for these, and there are buyers for any quantities -prices if anything better. This is cause l on account of the briskness of the iMetropoli tan market for this line. · Hides-There has been a flir supply.for warded. The market seems more activye; and'any that are offered, if in good condition, meet with ready sale at from 7s to ros 6d. ' "Tallow.--The market is dull for this: conm modity, and there is no advance.on.late rates to report. ; .:,. . Wattlebark.-A fair demand for this exists, and if in good condition :meets with ready .sale at pr...
GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881
GOULBURN ITEMS. AT a meeting of the head masters of the various schools in Goulburn on Thursday evening last, i. was decided that the scholars att=nding the various schools should assemble at the several school houses and afterwards meet at the interscction of Burke and Clifford streets, and then formc a procession and march to the Agricultural Show grounds, admission to which has bden granted free to the schools. The procession will take place on Friday morning next. ,TheGovernment have accepted tenders from the following persons for the supply of forage to the police during the year from the lst April instant to 31st March 1882:-Goulburn, Owen Furner; Marulan, Henry Charles Pratt; Bungonia, John Strang; Tuena, James Hears; Collector, Joseph Jerome Kershaw; Binda, Joliuhn Howard; Wheeo, Jaines Selmes; Bungendore, ', William Sullivan; Crookwell, John Howard; Taralga, Patrick Mul laney; Tarago, Charles Rallett; Gundaroo, John Clark; Michalago, Thomas Commins ; Queaubeyan, William Sul...