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Gunning Small Debts Court. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
G?unning Small Debts Courti, Dennis yMuray v iJas Rolte Goe?- ods sold and delivered:5,4s 6d., , Mr. Langdon for plaintiCt.', Verdict for plaintiffin aminountclainied:,. Arthur :Poole v:i Wm: Brtander- Settled. A: S Joiies v_ John Curin.n -Settled, Dennis Murray v Moses Hilder Settled: Slaughtering licenses wiere gratnted to John Waters and Jeremiah Buist. April 6, i88 1x . ' ..
Temora Items. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
STemoara Items. Dr. Ryley, the Government medical officer, in his quarterly relport.cautions people against using vwater from the present supplies, in viefW of typhoid fever becominig. an; epidemic since the rain. Hairdly;a- day passes buit what there are several fliunerals, chiefly firom the lower pal ts, of the; town rhe Fly clim since thherains have obtined averagelprospects ofa apennryweight and a half to tlihedish: :The Duke of York clainm :as, yielded froim 6, graiisto it dwVt to- the idisli: The Hiddenr ITreasure got'6 !oi, 'dfriig' the w eek:l"'iolloy ?;aiid party,: witli i8: feet of washt washed a load' anda ha-lffoi 1f divts Gilbert aiidp.arty srospects go from tii ;i to I"r/ dwut. ;to t he dish thcy picked out 3 oz, yesterday. :iughani's claim, on.,Tynam's prospeEt since the? run, have got diwt. ?to the dish.' ;Severail half- ouince .:ieces h?ive been picked out. Tait and party' s' prospects aye rage %: dvts to the'dish Tynans' proslpect ing claim have 3500 loads at grass...
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDFaDY, AIL 8. BeroaE Mr. 0. S. Alexander, J.P. Joonl Morris was charged with gambling on the Show Grounds on Thursday last. Mr. Betts appeared for defendant. Fro6m th6 evidence of Sergeant Gibbons and Con stables Angell and Large, it appeared that defend ant had a dice-box, and was caught in the act of paying money over which had been won through the means of dlice.. Defendant was ixown in Sydney as one of the "moute" men. The Bench, believing the evideimnce, sentenced him to one month's imprisonment. Thomas Coolaghan, charged with larceny as a bailee, was discharged, the evidence being weak.
SATURDAY, APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
SATV~DDL, APRIXL .Q,,[ . " His Honor opcucd the Court at 10 am.n brought up for sentence, and ordered to be iupri soned in Goulbun™ Gaol for a term of 18 months, vith hard labor. Charles Clout was charged with unlawfully mar rying one Bridget Clout, a girl ruider 21 years of ige, without her father's consent. Mr. Want appeared on behalf of defendant, in structed by Mr. Betts. - .. The Crown Prosecutor opened thle cauri' -otho Crown. Proom the evidence it transpired that defendant took complainant's ddaughter ;away from a person named Prosser to Sydney, and: there married her without the consent of her father. : After hearing the evidence of tlh father, who persistcd in stating that, he did not then bbject to tlilb .niiiangcd, :as the :defndant'had removed his vifo frocn Prosser's, " . :is Honbi' diidcted the jury to give a verdict of acquittal; and defendant was discharged. SJolhn Joseph Wright, on bail, was charged with Iaving, at Yass, on the 9th eMay, received the saun of 20 on b...
SLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
SLOPS. BY THLE SEXTON. IT is not often that a grave-digger is foruid writing to "Those wicked papers" (ns Mrs. A. Ward would say) but there are exceptions to all things and why not to this ? Anyway, as I find no Act of Parliament that forbids the members of our "profession" fronim such pastime, I purpose trying my hand at it. In, courtesy to my readers I suppose the next thing re2 quired is a description of myself, and the address of the cemetery wherein I operated. The latter how-. ever it is impossible to give, for some twelve months ago, happening to settle down in a surprisingly healthy district, with no doctor handy, I found trade becoming so slack that I forthwith relinquished it, and sixmonthsagolcameto Goulburn, wherelatpre sent reside. ForthlerestI may say that I have nothing particular to do, so I will fill in my spare time with making conmmnents on things happening in our midst and elsewhere, and in dealing with such other sub jects as may afford a fair field for criticis...
GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
GOULBURN ITEMS, OWING to unusual pressure on' our space to-day, we are reluctantly compelled to leave out a quantity of interesting matter in connection with the show, Which we promise shUll appear in our next issue. His Lordship Dr. Lanigan, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Goulburn, arrived here on Thursday last after paying a visit to Rome and Ireland. A large assemblage had gathered at the railway-station to weolcomce him on his return. The Juvenile Catholic Band announced the approaching train, and his lordship ipon landing was greeted with an outbhurst of applause. A procession of tihe pupils of St. Patrick's College, with a banner, succeeded by the reception committee and clergy, iand followed by the Bishop, marched up Velrnr-street to the cathedral; tho entrance to the grounds of which displayed a banner with the words "Cead Mlille Failthe" in scribed upon it. The building was filled with a large audience, and Mr. Gillespic read and presented an address on behalf of the lisity t...
PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
PARLIAMENTARY. `VEDNESDAY APRIL 6. IN the Legislative Council. SThe Piesident took the chair at seventeen minutes to 12. ..; ThePresident read. a message fioin: the Governor,.assenting to the ,Chapman's. Estate LeasingBill. On the, motion. o: Si? George Innes the Liquor. Liceises Suspensory Act,Conlitinuation Bill was read the second time, passed through committee without amendment, and returned to the. Legislative Assembly..;. : Sir Alfred Stephen moved the second;read ing: of the Distirict Courts Act Further Amend ment Bill . The motion was agreedl to, and.the bill ?was read the ;seco'nd time, arid passed through committee without aminendment: , , : . So much of the,standing orders ,as..would preclude the passing of ,the I bill ;through jits remaining stages that day: were then suspended and the bill, was' read the third, time, 1passed, and returned to the Legislative Assembly..: . The iremaining, orders of. the. day :,were postponed, 'and the Hotuse adjourned.,. " In the Legislat...
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
CABLE MESSAGES. - (Front Sydney Daily Papers.) LONDON, April 7. Teem physicians in attendance on the Earl of Beaconsfield issued another bulletin Inte last night, stating that his Lordship's health is now gradually improving, and his condition is generally less critical. CONs'rA?TINOPLE, April 6. Reports from Solo fully confirm the news that a disastrous earthqualke took place there a few days ago, resulting in the total destruction of the chief town, The loss of life is now ascertained to have been far greater than was at first believed. It is estimated that 5000 persons lost their lives, besides wvhich numerous others were maimed or otherwise injured. Romat, April 6. The action of the French Government in con.* neetion with the Tunisian difliculty, and the steps now being taken in the way of military pro. parations, have caused much unfavourable coutnenst among Italians generally. Great excite ment prevails on the subject. The French Ambassador has, in consequence, made diplomatic...
Reserve for Public Purposes. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
Deserve for Publio Purposes. No. .I?. 6.; County of Argyle, parish of Towrang? area a~bout 50 acres. The Crown Lands `w'ithin the following botindaries : Commencing at the souIth-east corner of portioni No. 55, JýJ. J"woodvward's i acres o roods 3.: perches, and bounded thence on the ;south by the north boundary of that portion and 'its '-prolongation west 'to the right bank of-Wollondilly River; thence on the ivwest by that river downwards to the south-vest coiner 6f George Erby's 35 acres 3 rqoods;, thence on the north by the south boundary of that, portion east to its south east corner, on the north-western corner side of a road to Goulburn; thence by that road south-westerly, to the point of commence ment. Shown on plan catalogued A 669 642, Surveyor General's Office.I
GORLBURN CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
GORLBURN COiROCUIT' COURT THE proceedings Of, this COurit commenled yesterday maorning at 10 o'clock. His Hoinor Sir Wm. Man ning presided. Mfr. Leo prosecuted for theo crbwii. Mr. H'.'Vdss acted as sheriff. :.'"'? : ' :The bar was represented by, Mossrs. "J.. Want, J. O'Ryan, H. S;.annon, J. T. ?Cannon, .Botts, Davidson', Laaigdon Caster, and "Willkindn .'' ' * Alexander Cockburih and Hugl Keinedy '.wore arraigned for stealing a coat, thel'property of, James Oliver. : . ";' · ; ^ ;'. * i' ; - : , : Cobblrn pl iteded e adltsJ idv aits ioaudecd for sentenico. Kennedy pleaded inot guilty. * The evidence may beo uiiinued up thus: ,'Kenn'edy was seen to take a coat off a nailtin front, of Mr. Oliver's shop and pass it over to Ids mute, Cockliurn, tho coat afterwards bcimg idelitifiedb ~Mi. Oliver, who gav:o them in charge,-- nd when heard before theo Police Court in Febraiiy liistf 'ere cominitted for. trial. : ...' The jury, after teon ininut.s. absence, found themi guilty. : . * 'His ...
Boundaries of Binda Common. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
I.ound tries of Binda Common.' County of Georgiana, parish of Binclda, area about 400 acres. The unalienated and un appropriated Crown Lands iwithi the follow ng 'boundaries: Conlmlencing on the southern side of Greep Gully.Creek;: at a point whlier the' east boundary of Francis Oakes' 640 acres meets that creek; thence bounded on the west by? pait of the east boundary of that 640 acres south to the north boundary of the suburbaii lanids for' Binda, as notified 12tli July, 1i872 ; thence bounded on the .south by . the north boundary of the subuirban .lands 'aforesaid bearing east to the north-east co'iner thereof ; thence oni the east by a line north to Green Gully Creek afore said; and thenice bounded .by.. thit creek north-westerly, to the point - of commence ment. All freeholders and householders within the following boundaries will be entitled to the. use of the conummonage. County" of Georgiana, parish of linda. Commencing on Binda Creek, at the south-west.. cornier of portion ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
THEa raiilway policy of the Goviernment should commend itself to all persons possessing a spirit of progress, in the colony. Doubtless there are many.:districts that may."feel ag grieved at not being iicluded in: the scheme.; but it isiimpossible for any government to please all, and when they consider the large amount ofcapit-il that will be exefided"ii the constructions ,of the 1ines ?sanctio i'ed it speaks wondeirs for the ?hiigh opinion ?iat the credit of the colony is held There are many. persons;,nrio doibt, that are adverse to the colony bding pliunged into debt for the coh structioni .of these li'es of riailway?; but we look upoti'the action of ainy government in borrowing for the construction of -ermanent works :as: doing. what is right "in a young colony,,and consider, it only fair and just that futiure generations, that will derive the benefit of these works constructed with such borrowed capital should contribute their quota towards repaying these loans. It must bb paiit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
AN IN1VITAT'ION TO ALL TO TIIl; Temperance Hotel, GOULBURN, By WILLIAM ROGAN. raAVELLERS and citizens, I, Rogan ask you L all. .; -. ' , ... . . ; . Here upon me any day to make a friendly call ;i . Enter my Hotel, good friends, at morning, noon, or ove, The very best of welcomes fron me you will receive. .Each modrn I cannot give you saiAU'r "'iips" of cau de vie, ' ' " . Much better for'yoisr heads I scrve--a well-made ....cup of tona ; Pure milk from cows that'grazo ulpon the m utain ., green grass sweet, i Eggs, barn, and every form and kind of/ dulburn butchers'.meat. RIich aro the meals that I supply to very co meg guest And.oft I hope the public will nol put no the test; No ranter 1,'ghinst publicans, wr truly I ine Comforting and strengthenin is good co Il wine, EIxcellent. assortments of est brands l'veoon my shelves; Honest, .non-adulteratec -try them all urselvcs. One .and all avoid tl spark ing , tho brain destroying " og," 'Tis that which makes your purses low and sense...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 April 1881
V emorial Fund. A S it has been determined by the friends and follnw.ehurchmen of THE. L T MR. JOHN tIILLER, CATrE _ , T'Ea Cr URon o ENLA' ?L I OOTAeIUNDRA, t/o ? i ne rial over his remains. V now soli bee'ptions to the same. They ill be ki ly 'Ived by the Ven. Arch eac Puddi. C mbe, oulburn ;.the Rev. S. B. Hol ,Cootamun. ra; or the undersigned, either in postage stamps, postotlieo order, or any way conveniont to the sender; and the receipt of. it will bc duly ace knowledged in the Cootamuudra Herald and the .onlburn Evening Penny Pose. The fund will be closed on the le?t of May. No lists will be taken out... . -11.. B. CARTWR1GHT, C.ootamundra. FISH! FISH! Ling, only ..... ...6d per 1 Salt Salmon .........6d pe b FuP t C.ASH ONLYA s BRIDGE HOTEL Corne A 'n and Goldsmith Streets. 1 under '"ned having trkeu the above delti'ej "acquaint the public of curu an t cur 'r/tnling districts tbat aoo~ .-es e ,ving im . 4call will lied the BEST ACCOMMO. '1JTIOE REASONABLE CHARGES, GOmOsD BED...
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881
.. i . 'end e.tl, uaily - Plcprs.n .... Si . : ~i;i; ' ; LoNDON, ,April.8. ;In the HouseCof :Comiinini~t?'-onight, Sir Michalia?l 'Hicks-Beliclifi 1Secretyf,. Tfor~ the Colonies in the late Conservative Ministry, gave notice of p otion censuring the: Goern mint for the ternims upon wh.ic li ij'ce-lad lately been conclfuded %viit thleiBoser at -the Transvaal : S .. . / .:::;".- LNDON , April 9. Upon the rising, ,of Parliament; last: night botlh Houses adjourned til-the7i25thi iiistant, for the Easter.recess.:- -'i 3 . ' ".Lord Cailingford (CliictiesterFoirtes'cue) who' was President of the Board iof Tra' e in thelast Liberal Administration, has been ap pointed to succeed thle .Duke of Argyll, as Lord Privy Seal ; 'he diiculty,.whic.P'fas arise, April s, I he difficulty,.which.' has arisen at Tunis, in-consequence.of:the recent: ollision be treen the French ;troops and the: subjets- of the Bey; continues to attract much "attention here 'The.Piressdaily devotf articles in the discussio...
GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. SATURDAY, APRIL 9. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881
GOULBURN CIRCUIT UOUAlT. SATURDAY, APRIL 9. BEFORE his Honor Sir William Manning. EMBEZZLEMENT. : John Joseph McDonough (on bail) was ,charged with having on the 9th day of May, at Yass, embezzled the sum of 20o, the property of Messrs. Wright, Heaton, and Co. SPrisoner was defended by Mr. Want, in structed by Mr. Wilkinson. Plea, not guilty. Constable Mnrphy deposed to having taken a warrant after prisoner to Queensland, where he arrested him. John Henry Malyon deposed : I know the Sprisoner; he was a clerk for Wright, Heaton, and Co., at Yass; on the 9th May, 1879, I Sgave him the cheque (produced) for £20o; this was in payment for carriage. Frariis Augustus Wright deposed: Prisoner was in my employment; from some conversa tion I had about him I went up to Yass; he had, to receive all moneys and pay on my account; he paid small amounts in petty cash for -which he drew a cheque occasionally; it was his duty to pay all cheques into a bank as he received them and to send me monthly a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881
? 'autewd, A OD COOK (Male or Female). Apply .the EEHIVE HOTEL. / Vanx eI, RES ECTABLE Y TIlT to assist In the SPan ry. DICKSON'S ??TEL. WVaes ed. FOR ydney, A RES CTABLE V UNG W MAN as General rvant. Al ply at once to lt\rs. PERCIVAL C. 1 ROWE, orner of Bourk .and Bradley streets. ' .OVnaautesI, T?EN TWELVE GOOD STONEBRE KERS o he Braidwosd ind Taralga Road Ap. ply to 6 a. J BUUKLEY, Rload Co,?ractor, Reynold 1r e _ TVanted, A COMPETENT PARLORMAID. A ply at THOMAs'S HOTEL !Vai aid.~'s A 1, SI'UATION as %king Hous eeeper A ply, office of this pap . Dress king. T NTED, an Apprente & Improver. A ply, MI sio. CARVeTH, iingsell's Buil ings, Aubn?..street. IV:ýn scat. EGE ERAL ER T. Apply at this fl :t i teal II snted, A HOUSEVATD. Apply by letter t n. FAITHFULL," Spri, glield. t iWanted., T Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX or EIlHT BOYS. CHARLES GILLEPIIE, Goulbhn WANTED TO BUY, SEED AND FEED OAT., in any quaniti; SH. C. PR.?TT, Sloane.-streoet. LcT, .CARD ASE, black, ,d lining, wi...
TUESDAY, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881
TUESDAY, APRIL 12. The court was opened this morning at nine o'clock." There were about fifty spectators present. The prisoner, on being brought into court, appeared in better spirits than yesterday. His' Honor Mr. Justice Manniig took his seat, with Mr. Voss acting as'i sheriff. The jury, on :returning into court, were asked'if they ?had agreed on a verdict in the case of Catherine Dunlop, and iri reply, saiid tliey' hlid ni6t aigreed. His Honor thereupon discharged them. The Crown=Prosecutor applied to have prisoner renianded :tb some oilither cotirt of assizeeither at Goulbufrn'or:such other place as the Attorney-General may determine. .Mr. Want applied that prisonier be allowed out on bail, havinig been in gaol foui moniths ' Tihe Crown-Prosecutor opposed the applik cation, as influences had been used here as in Yass, which was discreditable to all parties concerned. : His Honor refused the application without prejudice, and suggested that application ble made to a judge in S) d...
MONDAY, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881
MODAY, APRIL Ii. SFOR ?? ?liis Honor Mr. Jutstice Manning. i:g The :Bar was represented by.Messrs.Want, Lee, O'Ryan, Wilkinsoin, Davidson, Langdon, Williams, and Carter. E. Byrd and G. Makins? brought up for sentence, ,have -.been found guilty of man slaughter by the jury or, Saturday last. Elis Honor said he had heard that Byrd sometimes gave way to drink. Senior-sergeant Fenton stated that he was perfectly sober at the time of the occureiihce for which he had been tried. Edwa ri Byrd and George. Makins were then sentenced-the former to imprisonniment for one month in Goulburn gaol, and the latter to one week. In the case of John McDonoglb, Sub In spector Brennan gave evidence as to his character for two years and three months; but the latter period of his residence in Yass he might have got into bad company, but his general character was good. John Joseph McDonogh, for embezzle ment, was then sentenced to be imprisoned in Yass gaol for twelve calendar months. The civil cases 'were...
TUESDAY, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881
TUESDAY, APRIL 12. Before Mr. C. S. Alexander, and Mr. Cropper. Richard Sexton a lad about 14, was charged with illbehaviour as an apprentice, and absenting him-elf from the service -f Patrick Gooley. senior Constable Gall arrested the prisoner on warrant (produced) at Stair Hill, yesterday; he was then working for Robt. Payten, and told him he did not want to go back to mind sheep, he was willing to work. Mr. Payten told Constable Gall that prisoner was a good lad, and he would willingly take him. Patrick Gooley, not having the indentures with him, the case was remanded till Thursday next, in the mean ime the Randwick Authorities were to be communicated with. Patrick McGrath, for using obscene language, had been arrested by Constable Hamilton,.and was fined 4s, which was paid.