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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

" GOULBURN. POLICE COURT. WEDNyESDAY, APRIL 6. BeFore Messrs. Voas, Horn, and Roes, J.sP. O'ine s'oman; chairged with being. drunk, was cautioned and discharged. SPeterT.. Mlunnes was charged with assaulting Archibald Nixon. ,Mr. Betts: for complainant. T-niaed £3, with 5s 10d costs and £1 is profes sional costs. James Leonard and Patrick Keelor, for neglect ing to register dogs, sycre each fined 10s with 4s 10d costs. George Bullard, plying for hire without having his vehicle licensed. Mr. Betts for ee Council. Fi.el l0s, witih-s -Sd costs of .court and 10s Gd jirofcisioiiil costs:..8 -" Francis3Beftty, charged swith a similar offence, fined s, -with.4sO10 costs o'f court and 10s Gd 'professional costi. :,Thbmas Cunnriingham, similar offence, fined 10s. with 4s 10d coscs of ciot, and 10. Gd professional costs, - JamesDinse, chargel with offensive conduct to wovrds' Christophe l;ast. , -' Mr Bettsfor compblaniiitut 'The offence was proved, and defendant was or deced.'t0_oindud~ireti...

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MIDDLE CREEK. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

MIDDLE CREEK. ( oui Coi reapoidend. ) A CRICKETt AtA'CHi was played at Flowerdale, the property of Mr., vW. Gray, -on Thursday last, betbewceni'd two teamis representing Lower ai d?Ujper Middle Creek, Which lesulied in a victory for the lower contingent by 44 runs. A heavy storm came on about . o'clock, which prevented the defeated team froin try ing their:htluck .a second time.at thdie wickets the match was-therefure decidedby the first iinings; G. Mortihier, Jun., and P. 'and H. Dooley batted well for their "side. J, Morti mer .and. P., Kennedy did g'od ex cution iviilhthliball: "W. ?:i4cI T Learý trundled for the defeated sidq. A dinner was provided by Mrs. and Miss Gray, which reflected much credit on those ladies, and I need scarcely say was done ample justice to by the cricketers and others assemb'ed on the ground. ' Mr. P Seary acted as scorer for both sides, and. gave. general satisfaction. Thereturn- match, I believe, will be played on Easter Monday, and is likely to be a c...

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Hanlan [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

CLAIus that' any, oarsmnan, to become an expelrt',nmuit row as follows :- A full, long reach out over the toes, -with. both, arms -straight ;:'ia sharp, 'lean. catch ' of the water; apowerful, steady, lihorizontaid strokc, with an applic'tion of the whole foirce at the moment of immersionh a .clean feather rand a low, quick recover, shooting outi at the moment of the finisl.. Good :form is especially; de. sireable; aid this can onily be gain ed by steady lpractice. Some prolessionals claim that the Iong slide t? the seait is the best, buti among thle crack oars 'tlhe ?hort slide is being adopted., it is of the greatest importance in a long race that the, lowerpart:ofthlie chest should bee as freeas, plossible, otheriise the wind will not lst.? It has been shi?own that the best way to.hold:out: ini?a long'race is to keep the back straiightileaderect, shoulders thrown back andstomach out.:. .Oarsmen should bend from th liip, and not double themselves up; if one does, hlie is certain t...

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TR[?]ELYAN. CHAPTER XLVI. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

C .;:. cHA PTER XLVI.' " ,i The sun was ji~lt. hecoming visible above .the horizon': when Loild Adlowe camieAitliin sight.6f the house lie had'liired, id inii whic : hepro1posed to iinmiure&his captives., ;:' '! : *'i kHe 'new it' at once, fidii-the' lencil-skeich .'of it yh',lich the, agenthlad shown him, anid from thlieparticul irs.eheha-d received concern ing its location and surroundings. , ,. . It stood ilalone; niio other house being in sigliht,'(i'upon' a"kiiill; nl itiih sable "and? fut buildlings in'.thlreair. IthIad.- ulponone side Sa small :dinseslirdibeiy; upon'he oithe .a lar-'e paddock, and there '.were a few irregu larli shaped outlying.fields. The h ,use itself ..:isfof red r'lirck. - nearly .square . in1 shape', aits plainness ..relieved. byq several quaint windows; a' ttirret or two,.anid a smiall ell tower: It . ad i a dreary, forsakeon look, ieing ,closely slis ut .ulp,' ::,.-.!: -: -,- '.!i *I-i' front'. therevasf hali-'s6u dden-,withb rain .At the'two s...

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GUNNING. POLICE COURT, April 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

GUNNING. PoLiucECour;, Airil 6th1. BEiOiE H Saxby A., S; ,Grayiand A.. S. Queen T. 1]Nema, foi allowiingganung Senior Constable Buckley deposed.:-About half past gpini on''i4thM?arch I-ieceived ceitain, informition ait the ,police?statiori' in consequence of iwlhich I went down nto Neu% man's, NN, hien outside thie bggatelle room I hearid what-aplieared to'bethe rattling of dice mn'a box; as if some one were throwing dice; I?eiit rouniid'tlihe liback ;iwmay into Newimiiani's house, and ient ii?ito the bagatelle ronm thrhiughi the bar;',when Irg't there.thereiiere sev?ral. iersons sittinlg, oiithe.table, and New man ` as staniding ;,,I asked, liimll ifld had any dice, he siidu no; Iput imiy land in his pocket, butt found no dice I. told ;him I wuold .havee .to sumiimoi: him foi': allowing gamning in his licensedhlibuse. To Mr. Carter : I askod Mr Newm-in if he hadI nyydice, ta iViiodi.d iieiia indiiey\ Archibald Grosvenfor. ttepobsedi ¶ know: defendant i-reiiemlier seei Gon table IBu...

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THE TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

J L rtH A ;AND I'UItMiU vi'EETtlO, In connection with the same olijeto 'wlich took place in the nveningint the schbool irooms and church respeoti0ely, werer fvery ,fairly attended. The tables at th'o teatneitidg were got uii in really splendid style by the leading otdies belonging to thoipersiasion, wholalso 'presided over them with thc:able asistance.of somne of the youth and: beauty of their own sex. 'This part of the proceadings continued-in- full operation from half-past six till half past ovevn,. when all had evidently satisfied themselves wvith lui?uries that had been so abund. anttly , provided . and tastefully laid' before the co?aipany Lb Tei' tables ivere also. nicely set off with bou?uet'o ai.d other floral ornamtnutations. Aftoe"teacaii adjoruinent avas nade to the church, .where the .i:publie neting was held--the buildiig b.Iieg very wellfilled wvith a mixed audietice.. . At ithe far end of the building tho cholii t6Ok 'ip their piositions, aied lil" WiAiny, who had kin...

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SECTION F—FAT STOCK Stewards—Messrs Slocomb, Sands, and Ferguson. CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

SECTION F- FAT STG K Stewards-Messrs Slocomb, Sanls, 1ad Fergueon CArTLE. Best pen five fat Oxen, fatteied by exhibitor aniy breed: First pride, . ;.' second prize 10s 1 r. S. Emaninel firest priz' Mr '.' Lewis, second. Four entriess Best penl live Fat, Cows, fattened;by exhibitor any;breed.'. Firstoprizi;£1;..second prize 10s Mir. J; W. Chisbolm, first and second prizes:. Four entries:o SBest Fat Ox0of ay breed;, fattened 'by exhibitor, Fii'st 'rize, £ ;siecobnd prize; 'ls: 'Mr. A. L. Faith'ful first prize Messi!e Chieshfoli' Brothers siond. 'Seven enbtries I Best Fat Cow of any breed, fattened by exhibitor. First prize, ?L1 ;' seoid prize 10s. Mr. J. W. Chieholm first and second prizes. Five entries. SHEiEP. Best pen six Merino Wethers, any ago. First prizce, £1i second prize 10s. Mr. T. Lewis, first prize; Mr. A. F. Gibson, second. Six eutries. Best pen six Long.woolled Wethers any age. Prize 10s. Mr. T. Ferguson, first; Mr. T. Rutledge, second; Mr. A. F. Gibson, and R. C. Cooper...

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A PRIMITIVE METHODIST PARSONAGE FOR GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

A PRIMITIVE METHODIST PARSONAGE FOR GOULBURN. AT last this undertaking has hbcon commenced, and that in real earnest; for yesterday aftomnoon the ceremony of laying the foundation-stone of a build ing which is to be set apart for that purpose actu. ally took place in the presence of a large assembly embracing the various sections of theo',Cristian church. The proposed building, the stone. formation of which is already completed, will occulpy an excel lent position in Lagoon.street immediately on the left of the new and commodious: church of that, connection; and upon an inspection of the plans? it is evident that when completed the structure will be a very handsome one and nindmirably adapted; to the purpose for which it is intended-that of the minister's house. The building is to be of two storoys, and will contain eight rooms under the main roof, together with a kitchen'assd wash-house adjoining, with iron pillastere and pallisading to the balcony that shows in front. The rooms ha...

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SECTION G.—PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

SECTION G.-PIGs. Stowards-Messrs. W. Jobson, A. Cole, W. Mills. Bes?t Fat Pig, any breed, prize, 10s. Mr. S. Emanuel, prize; Mr. W. Mills, second. Four entries. Best Berkshire Boar. First prize, 20'. second 10s. Mr. A. F. Gibson, first; Mr. J. Rylnii, highly commended.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

Star of the South Lodge, G. U. O. of O. F. Anniversary Procession, PICNTIC, Athletic Sports, &c., ON THE Agricultural Show Ground, ON EASTER MONDAY! IHE Members will meeit in their Ledge room at S 9 am., and from thence march in procession through the principal streets of the city, headed by a FIRST-CLASS BRASS BAND. Upon arrival at the ground the following Programme of Sports S Will be gone through : Maiden Plate, 100 yards; first prize LI, second 5s; entrance 2s. Walking ach, half mile-a Handicap open to all who have never won an advertized walk. i match; first prize £1 5s, second 5s; S trance 2s Gd. The. E ster Gift -a .5. handicap, ' be run in bests-100, 150, and 200 rda? ; second man £1 and third 10s, m e prize; Sentrance 5s. T owing at Wicket, 25 yards; prze O10s, en tran is. op, Step, nd Jump; prize 15s, strance la Gd eond het of ster Gift, 150 ards Ladies' s 5 yards, fora andsome prize; canee free. Walkin ournament for One flour-handicapped by minutes; first prize £2...

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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

POULTRY, Cobhin China, buffs; two exhibits. W. Bradley, first 7s Gd; W. Bradley, second 5s. Cochin China, dark; one exhibit. H. Bunting, firsnt 7s Gd. Brahmapootra, dark; three exhibits. Mrs. S. Emanuel, first 7s 6d, very line quality ; Mrs. S. Emanuel, second 5s; Mrs. S. Emanuel, highly commended. Brahmapootra, light; one exhibii. A. L. Faith full, prize 7s Gd. Dorkings, colored; one exhibit. A. Gall, prize 7s Gd. British Game; seven exhibits. W. Bradley, first 7s Gd ; J. T. Campbell second 5s. Colonial Game ; eight exhibits. J. T. Campbell, first 7s Gd ; A. F. Gibson, second 5s. Houdans; tive exhibits. Mrs. S. Emanuel, first 7s Gd; T. Grunsell, second 5s. Silver-spangled Hamburghs; one exhibit. H. Bunting, prize 7s (d. White.crested Black Polands ; three exhibits. T. Grunsell, first 7s Gd ; J. T. Campbell, second 5s ; J. T. Campbell, highly commended. Bantams, black or red; two exhibits. John Wright, prize 7a Gd, very fine. Bantams, spangled or laced; two exhibits. Mrs. Mc Shane, ...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

:ý[asu+I'reii'TEL'ORtiIMS) O Earl Beaconsfield continiues very weak: .: . Oxfordwolniith'i University 3 b.oit race-,, by three lengths: .. ;, Tihe Duke of Argyle,:the Lord of the Privy; Seal;,has resigned cibnsequeht upon his differing from liisColleaguesinseverailmaterial points:of tihe Irishiliand Bill: 'I?he ?talia'i Miniistry have resigned. In the House of Commons, the Irish Land: Billswas read tlhe first time. The En oys of the Great Powers at Athens, ,presented a peremptory. note to the Greek. Govcrnment,; notifying .?the new frontiet line ajppioved of by .he Pon(rs, which iidncludes Thessaly, and -i tstrip of: the' Epirus, and further states that the toi? n of Preveza is to beifiimantle, and concludes by iurging th Government to accept the new frontier line.

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PIGEONS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

PIGEONS. Prizes the same all through the section. First prize; 5s ;;seicotid prize, 2s 6d. Best:pai(black Carriers'--W. Beattie, 1st ans 2nd'; J., T. Campbell 'highly commended? Boitpaiir Diver ditto-W. Beattie, 1st and 2nd. Best pair Tumblers, long faced-H. Bunting, a1st; J.f. T.Camlibell, 2nd. Blst pair Tumblers, short faced-H. R. Kerr, let and 2nd. Best pair Almond Tumblers--W. Beattie, lot and 2nd. Boest pair blue Ponters-W.Beattie, e1st and 2nd, superior ; J. T. Campbell, 2 highly commended, Boast pair Fautails-T. Pursehouse, e1st and 2nd. ANTWERPS. Bes pair long. faced Blue--W. Beattie, 1st and 2nd; J. T. Campbell, highly commended.. Best pair of short.faced Blue-W. Beattie, let J. T. Campbell, 2nd. Best long.faced. Blue cheekered-W. Beattie 1st ; H. Cadell, 2nd ; J. W. Messent and H. Kerr, 2nd highly commended. Best pair Rlied checkered -H. Cadell, e1st ; H R. Kerr, 2nd. Best pair Elelmets-J. W. Messeut, 1st; H. R. IKeorr, 2nd. ,Best. pasir English Owls-J3.. W. Mesoent, 1st J...

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Telegraphic Intelligence HAWKESBURY RACES. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

Telegraphic , Intelligence. E[smI OUR CORRESPONDEWTs. KHAWKESBURY 'RACES. T1HURSDAY. TEi Havwkekdsbury Races ,co-niinecdt to-day. The ?eather yas fine, and, attenidaince l?age. The Hurdle Race was:i:won by., Discount, Haitter and; and-Sleet :3rdi -. , lThe 'Rowley Mile:"\-Wiadering .Jew: ist, We c6CoiAffitryDick and,,Geyhfound 3rd. Claret Stakes.=Gem is, Eti? E arid,? ;The Exeter,3rd. :Thie -u?ction Stakes.,Croydonil ist, Specu lation ,nd, Fragments 3rd. RailIvay Handicapt.-Saunterer.ist, Major nd' Billy Nutts 3rd: : THIS DAY. Shorts Handicap., --Gunlid ist, Stella .nd;. Prairie Bird 3rd. Maiden Plate E;ttin a,. Genm" nd, Good Morning rd;' ''. SYDNEY,. SATURDAY. :The.reception of. Laycock, and .the public demonstration,yesterday, was .a great success. Th'e citizens presented a fulsome address, illuminated, on jvellum, having vignettes of Sydney -'Harbour, with Shark Island in the foregi'ofnd, the arms of England and Aus tralia, and a, portrait of the recipient, sur roupded with laur...

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DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

Does. Greyhouod dog; six exhibits. B. B. Thomas, first 10s and special; H. Payten, second, 5s. Groyhonud slut; live exhibits. 1i. Payten, first 10s; Davies and Thomas equal for second, 5s. Pair of greyhounds; three exhibits. B. B. Thominas,' first 10s ; E. Payten, second 5s. Kangaroo dog ; five exhibits. WVm. Lees, first 103 ; W. Douglas, second 53. Kangaroo slut; three exhibits. J. G. Tait, first 10s; J. Byrne, second 5s. Staghound; two exhibits. Hugh O'Donnell, first 10s; M. Cecil Davies, second 5s. Retriever dog; five exhibits. S. H. Belcher, prize 7s Ud. Retriever slut; two exhibits. J. T. Campbell, prize 7s Gd. Setter dog; three exhibits. Rudolph Caspers, prize 7s id. Setter alut; four exhibits. H. Payton, prize 7s Od. Bull, dog or slut; one exhibit. Wm. Wilson, prize. Smooth terrier, dog or slut; nine exhibits. W. Beattie, first 5s; O. M. Currie, second. Rough terrier, dog or slut; nine exhibits. W. Beattie, first 5s ; T. Pursehouse, second. Poodle, dog or slut; one exhibit. L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

, RADL MARKi 4- WALIHAM, M\1ASS..-The AMFERICAN+ XWATCIr COMIPANY, Of f; Wlthani, Massachusetts;'?U.S A.: hereby, give niotice that their Tfadl:e"Mairk; Waltham; s:s? is now registered in' the Australiai lonies of0 Victoria Ne,' South W'ales, aC New ZLaI nd. Proceedings will betake against any, person copying or imitating s any vendors selling or offering for sale watches bea'ing colora'ble hitations or in any way ihfrihging""our rights. =--American' Watch Compnay, Waltham; 'Mass. : *: " " uted"• I N as GRO0. and to nrake mself otIerwise useful. EJMANU, Lana. dl vnc, - V- " ' Wanted. / 50 BAGS of GOOD SEED and FEED OATS-the highest price gi I H. C. PRAT I', Auburn-street. IW; nled. COD GENER SERVA NT. . ly 14? ns. W. J. BARTL TT, Goulburn orewery. .. Wanted, . ; FIGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as apprps. *2 tices, at Wood'& Co's Boot Factor. . ply WOOD & 00'S, Auburn.street. . Wa ted. F NT ROOM 1 Auburnestreet osuit A .ressnmaking. Appl BEEHIVE OTEL. HA OUSEMAiD. Apply to M...

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THE GOULBURN A, P., AND H. SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

THE ( OULBUR '1, P., AND 'H, SOUITY'S SHO W. THE first grand show under the auspices of the above society took place during the weekl and was ior?iitll?.opesied by the'President, Mr. WV. P Faithfull, at noon on } Wtdnesday last, and cloised last evening. In order that our readers may refresh their nmemories of the opening ceremonies of tke show, we re print the address presented to the President odthh t?thcasifi `i by'tliEih n:'"s ecreta'ry; Mr7 S. HI Belcher, oi behalf of. the committee, as follows :=s Gooicciberi? Agioltoiral; Pastoeml; ied lorticit lttiral Sieioty. . To W. P. AITtiFeLt Es . Sir,'-As this is the first show of the now. society, the committee deem it proper. to mark their sense of the im 0ortance of the occasion by prosenting you. the first preso, dent, with an address, and requesting you to foresally declare thoexhibition open. - - It i??,somo twelve y?ears els e the old Argyle society, which did good service in'itos day, died a lingering death, and fronm its ashes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

BOOTSI BOOTSI Boots for the Agricultural Show! Boots for the Easter Holidays TUST ARRIVED, ex " Gulf of.Finland," ." C0toipaxi," " Kosciusko," and other Late Arrivals, . A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Ladies', Gents', and Children's Boots & Shoe, OF ALL VARIETIES. W. T. WOOD & CO. Desire to call the attention of the residents of GOULBURN and ARGYLE to their present STOCK, which for Quality, Durability, & Elegance of Design CANNOT BE EQUALLED BY ANY OTHER HOUSE out of SYDNEY. Thousands of Pairs to select from Do you ut Strong Balhnorals for Winter wear ? ` _hen go to WOOD AIND O.'S Do you w . t Cheap Elastic Walking Boots? Go to WOOD AN CO.'S Do yo ant Cheap Kid or Levant Elastic Boots (sewn) ? Go to WOOD AND O.'S Do yo want Good Walking or Dancing Shoes (sewn) ? Go to WO D AN CO.'S G t WOOD& CO.'S forALL S. RTS! THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN! Do you want Beautiful Kid or Levant Button Boots (high leg) ? Then go to WOOD AND CO.'S Do you want Cheap Levant or Kid...

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SECTION E.—SHEEP. Stewards—Messrs L. Faithfull, T. Lewis, G. D. Hay. MERINO COMBING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

SECTION E. SHEEP. Stewards- Mcssrs L. Faithfull, 'T. iLewis, Gi D. Hay. MERINO Co?tBINs.' Merino Combing Ram, 4, 6, or 8? toithe. First prize, £2; second prize, £1I Mr C: D. Hay, firSt,; Mr. A. L Faithfull, second. Three entries. Merino Combing Ram , 2,or 41tooth avegblieeng% shorn). First prize, £2 ; second prize, £1., Mr. A. L. Faithfull; ,first and eooond,prizus. - .,, Merin6o Corhinbig'Ram, Hlogget, i:unshorn,.under two tooth. 'Faist prizo;" £1'; second prizo ;10s Mr. A. L' Pithfun firstl ; Mr G D. Hay;'second. Merino Onmbing -Ewe, 4 or 06 or 8 tooth. ' First prize, £2; second prize, £L1 'Mr. A' L'. Faithfull; birt and second prize. Mr Hay'a ewe w as one of the celebrated Bayly bce d dlerico Coihbieg Ewe, ' or 4 tooth (having been shorn). First ,pr ze, £2 ;.second ,rize, ,. 1.. rhe, A.L. I'Faithfull, 'firet; Mr. .D. ilayi econd. Five entries Meirino Combitig Ewe;,: Hogget,, nder two topth and-uushorn:.'Firstprize, £1; second jprize, 10s. ir. A' L" Faithfull, "'fibrt"and scoid '"...

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SECTION B.—DRAUGHT HORSES. Stewards—Messrs. T. Marsdeo, J. V. Cooper, G. McConnell. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881

SECTION B.-DRAUGHT HORSES. Stewards-Messrs. T. Marsden, J. V. Cooper, G. Mc Connell. Best Entire Horse over three years. First prize, £3 or medal; second prize, £2, certificate. Mr. T. Rutledge's Break.o'-Day, first; Mr. T. Rutledge's iichmond Lad, second. Six entries. Best stallion, two years and under three years. First prize, £2 or medal; second prize, £1, certifi. cate.. Mr. A. Chapman's b c Young Banker, prize. Two entries. Beat Yearling Colt. First prize, £1 ; second prize, certificate. Mr. I. Shepherd's b o Scotland's Glory, first;.Mr. C. Bartlett's b c Royal Hero, second ; Mr. J. Shumack's Young Lincoln, third. Best Heavy Draught Mare, three years and over. First prize, £3 or medal ; second prize, certificate. Mr. I. Shephe d's b mn Dipper, first; Mr. I. Shep herd's b m Dansel, second; Mr. W. Douglas's b m Violet, third. Seven entries. Best'Draught Filly, two years anid under three years First prize, £2 or Medal; second prize, .ertificate. Mr. W. Douglas's g f Alice, first; ...

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