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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. A COLLISION took place in Oxford-street, on Friday last, between the tram from Wjollahra and an omnibus. The tram had just started from Crown-street when several vehicles drew up on the northern side of Oxford-street to let it pass. An omnibus in the rear was driven on the line, and, apparently, when the driver tried to pull off, the hind wheel caught in the rail, and before the motor could be completely stopped the 'bus was struck on the wheel with some violence. The conductor was thrown with considerable violence on to the kerbstone, and picked up insensible. He was taken to the Infirmary, where it was found that elie s? s'isned some spinal injuries. A lady inside and two outside passengers were severely. shaken, while the 'bus was slightly damaged ?'' -We learn that the time allowed by the regulations, six months, having expired, the Department of Public Instruction is about to bring the compulsory clauses into force in the Nos. I, 2, 3, and 4 school districts, whi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS., Tre Circuit Court yesterday was crowded to ex cess by a most respectable assemblage, attracted there no doubt with an -anxiety to hear the case of poisoning preferred against Catherine Dunlop. Mr. W?ant, who appeared fr the prisoner, made a most eloquent appeal on the prisoner's behalf, his address lasting about an hour; and so powerful and affect ing was the appeal that some ladies in the gallery, upon seeing the affected state of the prisoner, had to use the cambric on mnre than one occasion. On Saturday evening last the Oddfoellows' Band, under the leadership of Mr. T. Wilkie jun., played a selection of tunes on the balcony of Mr. C. R,,gers' establishment, Auburn-street, and were listened to by about six hundred persons. They play much better now than formerly. We under stand that they will repeat their performance on several occasions during the month. The members of the Goulburn Volunteer In fantry are requested to assemble at midnight on Thursday next, in mar...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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MURRUMBURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

MURRUMBURRAH. (From our Correepondent.) THE body of a selector named Georgo Bradford was found in a dam about a mile and a half from his house. His head was covered with a bag, a large stone being placed in the bag. His legs were tied firmly with wire, and another large stone was fastened to his leg. His skull was cracked in four places, and the body had evidently been in the dam three or four days. A coroner's inquest was held on Thursday, and a verdict of wilful murder returned against some person or persons unknown. I suppose the matter will rest there, though it is a great pity that the perpetrator of so foul a murder elshuld escape punishment. The body of the mur dered man was buried on Friday Fio leaves a wife and a large family. A m.re cold blooded murder could not be committed; the body was tied so firmly that it must hale tak, n the mturde.ror a me time to do it He was a man possessed of a tearful temp r, and had been guilty of some violent d eds in his lifetime; and perhap...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BREVITIES. FROSTY nights at last. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

BREVITIES. FRosTr nights at last. Slur local volunteers go into camp on Friday. Victoria won the eight oar boat race The business at the circuit court linist.ed to day. Cricket match, Sydney Alberts versus Goulburn, next Saturday and - onday. £50 has already been given for next show as special prizes. SMost of the visitors have returned to their homes The bazaar and Bruce aucti -n on Saturday last was a success.- . ,.., ..•?, ,.?.. .. , : wasThe cour-hnoue ws crowded yesterday by a most re.-spectable assemblage. McDonough was seantenced to twelve months' imprisonment Eleven of the jurymen in the case of Catherine Dunlop were in favor of an acquittal. Mir. Want ably defended the prisoner Catherine Dunlop yesterday. M r. Lee pr secuted for the Crown at the Goul burn Circuit Court. Farmers should make the most of every day, and get their crops sown early next month at latest. American papers approve of the Irish Land Bill now under discussion by the English Parliament. A hearse, contai...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

(REUTERu S o~'L OU1XO. ) LONDaN, .APrait 10. THERE is no change in the condition of E arl Beaconsfield. Mr. Parnell delivered a speech on Sunday, dealing at length on the Irish Laud Bill ,ecently introduced into the House of Commons He spoke in a certain degree in support of the bill, but maintained it had grave defects, aund any good derivable from it would depend upon the firm adhesiaon of the people to the principles the Land League announced. SThere is great excitement throughout Algiers in osneequence of the roient arrival of French trops at'Pona. The Boy formally prote-ted against the violation of territory by the French, and addressed an appeal to the Great Powers on the subject. At St. Petersburg, lousakofl the a'sassin of the late Emperor, and also a number of persons who were imphlcated, were all found guilty and eon tenced to death.

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

To the Editor of the Evening Penny Posd. DEAR SIa,--ome,,,ne to.,k away my hat from the Secretary's Office in the Pavilion on the first night of the Show. Whether, in a lit of abstraction or as a memento of the Show, I can't say, but I shnuld be really obliged if the present possessor Atf the hat will return it and accept some other offering. I am, dear sir, yours faithfully, S. HARBORNB B,.LCHER, Hon. Sec. Goulburn A. P. nod H. Society.

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Telegraphic Intelligence HAWKESBURY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence: [FROM OUR CORRESPONPRE TS.]- - HAWKESBURY, SATRRDAY7 TnE following is the result of the Hawkesbury race meeting : - Autumn Handicap-Barber 1, Major 2, Fal. mouth 3. Won by four lengths, Two-year old Plate--Stilton 1, Rebecca?2, Wheel.of-Fortune 3. The Sportsmans' Cup-Wandering Jew 1, Black Swan 2, Billy Nutts 3. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. A teeei'rsoG of creditors of Hop Hing and Co., Chinese grocers, has been hold, and shows a deti. ciency of £2000. The estate has been assigned. A further shipmc it of 700 Chinamen Is expected from Hong Kong in a few days. " During the passage of the British Duke'froni I.ondon, a passenger named Adams, a Liverpool shipbroker, committed suicide by taking an over. dose or laud iium. A boat accident occurred at BarrenjoFy yester! day, resulting in the death by downing of two persons named Mrs Phillips and George Cobb. Laycock's benelit at the G rden Palace yester. night was only moderately attended owing to the incloremony of the weatoe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

FISH! F ISH! ?a . only ...... ...6d per lb alt Salmon . 'd pe bb F,.. CASH -..0Y() Y!, AlT MRS.. MILLER T' open t ATTEND PUPILS for PIANO and I SING/ NG Ternis fir boe, Fivel; iii;ia's. I'anno ao y, I Three Guineas per Quarler? f .Yi weeks, /r twenty lens.nes D .'L ' will be RESU\ED _onFl1Y AY Apr 87 , a alf-past two, at the TE?MPis e HA , dsmith street. " ' IrT 1 MRS MILLER, Auburn Hill Cottage, Goulburni: ýgFrTORt bs n THiE GPREATEST WONDER oF IO.0DERN TI~IES! LONG experience has proved the-c famous remedies to bei most effectuial in s'rilig either the dangerous maladies or. the slighter complaints which arne more particularly in cidental to the life'of a miner, or to those living in the bueet. Occasional doses'" these Pills will guard the 'syste _. against those evils winch no or elon beset the human race, wiz'.-c sghs. colds. and all disorders of the liver and tomach--the frequent forerunners of fever, dysentery, liarih ea anl .e . le-r. . Is the most eue.ctual remcuy or old sor...

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ARTILLERY CAMP, MIDDLE HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

ARTILLERY CAMP, MIDDLE HEAD. THE preparati.ns made in anticipation of a night alarm were.certainly not premature or withoutcause, for, the whole can.p.imaginiig that the work per firmed during the day would datisfy the commanding officer, were rolled into security, and were for the most part in the enjoyment of the first sleep, when, just after 11 o'clock Sunday night, the illusion was rudely dispelled by the call to man the guns at the batteries. There was an immediate and general stir throughout the camp; the men, not being permitted to light their lamps, caught up the tirst garments that came ti hand, and were soon hurrying in curious habiliments towards the batteries. The officers, too, who had been kept in p-ofound igno rance of what was to occur-Majnr Spalding, the officer in command, not having confided his intention oven to the Brigade Adjutant-emerged from their tents in every variety of dishabillUc, and made their way to the guns. Within the short space of four minutes all...

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THE GOULBURN A., P., AND H. SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

THE GOULBURN A., P., AND H. SOIETY'S SHOW. IN our last issue we gave a detailed descrip tion of the grand show that took place last week; and although our report occupied eleven columns of the Post, we could not complete the prize list, and to-day we publish the remainder, with the list of the judges for the various sections. In the exhibits we omitted to refer to a child's cot, made by Smith, who is over seventy years of age; it deserves mention, as being a token of this geiitleman's perseverance and skill. A small sheaf of mammoth rye is deserving of men tion; and we have before advocated the culture of.this cereal on a small scale. The straw is good for thatching stacks, and the grain finds a market with the distiller Mr. Richardson, formerly a resident of this dis trict, but now at Orange, deserves thanks for his endeavors in inducing exhibitors from Orange to send wheat to the show for com petition.. The result of the sales of stock, &c., that took place in connection w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

BOOT$1 B TSI :Boots for the Agricultural Show! Boots for the Easter Holidays! TUST ARRIVED, ex "Gulf of Finland," "Cotopaxi," " Kosciusko," and other Late Arrivals, A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Ladies', Gents', and Children's Boots & Shoe OF ALL VARIETIES. W. T. WOOD & O S Desire to call the attention of the residents of GOULBURN and ARGYLE to their present STOCK, which for Ouality, Durability, & Elegance of Dr sign CANNOT BE EQUALLED BY ANY OTHER HOUSE out of SYDNEY. Thous j s of Pairs to select fr mn ., - "I"I....EI 2 /T Do you an Strong Balmorals for Winter wea '? 'ihen go to WOOD A DO ' Do you w t C eap Elastic Walking Boots ? Go to WOOD AND CO.'S .Do you want Cheap Kid or Levant Elasti oots (sewn)? (enGo to WOOD AND CO.'S )Do yo want Good Walking or Dancing I n es (sewn) ? Go to WVOOD AND CO.'S Go to WOOD & 0 ' ' for ALL SO ;TS. THE CHEAPE OUSE IN TOWN! Do you want Beautiful Kid or L a .t Button Boots (high leg) ? Then go to WOOD AND CO.'S Do you wan...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

uOULBURNi POLICE 0UU0?T. MoNDAY, iA'. 11. BEFORE Mr. Alexander, J.P. Thomas O'Dell, for vagrancy, was sent to gaol for two months. James Cochrane, charged with being drunk and disorderly, was fin-d 5s. The line was paid. Mary Ell-n Ahli Sine was charged by Constable Whealey with being drunk and disorderly, and for using obscene language. - Constable Wheale)'s evidence was ..to the eftec that the prisoner was a not.,rinus character; shae hd used most filthy language, and had ina mea sure defied him to take her. The bench fi-ed her 20s for each offence, or to be imprisoned for 14 days. Prisoner chosd to ' take it cut."

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THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

THE DINNSER. On Friday last the dinner under the auspices of the society took place in Mr. Rogers' Furnishing Arcade, Auburn-street, the central portion of which had been cleared for the purpose, and was decorated in a highly creditable manner with flags, pictures, pot plants, &o. Mr. Dickson of the Commercial Hotel catered on this occasion, and well did he fulfil his part, for the viands were of the best quality and consisted of all the delicacies of the season. The attendance was not numerous, but of an entirely select and representative character. His Lordship the Bishop, and the officers, commit tee, and promoters of the society were present and took part in the proceedings, which passel off in a first-class manner. Mr. W. P. Faithfull, the presi dent of the society, presided, having on his right His Lordship Bishop Thomas, Mr. S. H. Belcher, and Mr. Shepherd, and on his left the Hon. J. Chisholm, M.LC., and close to this gentleman Lieutenant-Colonel Holborow, Mr. Myers,...

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BUNGENDORE. (From our Correspondent.) POLICE COURT, Friday, 8th April. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 April 1881

BUNGENDORE. (From ouf Correspondent ) POLICE COURT, Friday 8th April. BEFORE his Worship H. G. Powell, J.P. A young man, working at Gidleigh, was brought up for furious driving. Senior-constable Nelson having stated the case, defendant pleaded guilty. His Worship said the lowest penalty he could enforce was £2 and costs. A boy named, Burns was brought up,   charged with unlawfully wounding another boy naned Millyn. After hearing the evidence defendant was committed to stand his trial at the Quean beyan Quarter Sessions. Cricket Matchl.-On last Saturday the re turn, match between Creekborough and Hos kingtown was played at Bungendore. Mr. N. Robinson captained the Hoskingtownites, whilst Master John Leahy performed the duties of captain for Creekborough. The captains having tossed for choice of innings, Robinson won and sent his opponents to the wickets, and disposed of the eleven for 44 runs; J .Leahy playing an excellent not out innings for 19 runs. The Hoskingtown tea...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

CABLE MESSAG ES. (From Sydtney Daily Papers. i LONDON, April i2. THE Government has received from the Cape a statement from the Commander-in-Ctrel, in reference to the surrender by the British of Potchefstroom to the Boers. It appears that tlhe surrender of the place was brought about in consequence of the treachery of the Boers. The latter now acknowledge the fact, and-the surrender by the British on the occasion in question, is now rescinded. Tlhe bulletin issued by the physicians in attendance op the .Earl of Beaconsfield, at midnight on Monday, is somewhat more favourable ii regard to the condition of his lordship. For twenty-four hours the earl had enjoyed better rest, and was beginning to regain strength. M Ar. Dill ni, memaier for Tipperary, intn speech in ref rei?ce. to h Irish Lind Bll denounced th nieasure in stron te rms v a not stifficiently meetiri g ther dei;a ds of :th Irish:pe.,pl. . PARIS .April - . r·: In the Cl'omber. i o.Deputi&this eveniri' a motin o:f c...

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

To thl Editor of the Evening Penny Post. DEAR SIR,-Your last issue contains a para-, graph in your closing remarks: on the late Show.which I cannot allow to pass uncon tradicted. You give me the credit of having. 'contributed above all others to the successof the Exhibitiun. This is a great mistake.' .A ground committee, consisting of Messrs. Emanuel, Marsden, Shepherd, and myself,' was appointed with full powers to carry out all the details. We have worked harmoni ously together for many months, and it would be indeed a sorry return for their services if I allowed it to go forth that most of. the praise is due to me. As secretary of the Society, I was perhaps thrown more prominently, before the public ex oficto, and have gained more credit than I deserved; but I hasten to request you to insert this, if not as a letter, then as an ad= vertisement, in order that the public mind may be disabused of an impression which is as painful to me as it is untrue. I am, &c., S., HARBORN...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

Church of Englaind Working den's Literary S:Association, ON Monday evening, last they usual ?eekly ,:meeting, ofA"the: above, society was held, the attendance being ,moderate..:. The ,chair was occupied :by) the V?ien. ArichdeaconJ Puddi con'be:(one.of the piesidents) The minutes of the previous mee ing Ihaving been read an'd confirmed, Mr. G.- Chambers tendered his resignation as a member of the society, on account of.leaving, the coloiy; Thelieresigna tion :was .accepted ,with ;gieat:regret, by, tl' .meinbers,i imany of ;.whom in eulgisti?4 speeches testified. to .theloss the.?society sus tained by, the deoar.ture oftsovaluahle a mem her as Mr. Chiamhers.. The business set apart for the'eveng was a ministeril dlebate?- Is man .the heliUt if -'circumistances?"-whinch ,wasiopenedlblyiMr. : W. Pursehouse on behiilf of t:ie min stry in the affirmative "in anhialld spieli? M."M' r.A: ansdowne:argued :in fav.rd, otf `th'e otli~ieride ofihe (qtistiin and dcouclied his vieis .iin clear an...

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GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 12. CIVIL SIDE His Honor took his seat at 10 a.m. N. HERMAN (trading as Herman Brothers) V. — MURPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

GOULBUIR~.uIBlll I COULT. TUESDAY, APRIL 12. CIVIL SIDE' His Honor took his seat at to a.m. N. HERMAN, (trading as Herman Brothers) V, - MURPHY. This was ant action by which plaintiff sought to recover the sum of .t4 Iis6d fdr goobds sold arid deliveied to 'defendarit, a bootmaker, &c., in Auburn.street, Goulbuin. Plaintiff conducted his own case, 'and proved that the original debt was £59 14s 6d, but it had been redtlced to the amount claimed. Defendant, who. had pleaded never fin debted, now admitted the clai~mi a nd his Honor directed the jury to return a verdict for plaintiff in £14 Iis 6d.. His Honoir certified for costs. S2THoS. ROCHES V. 'JAS HOGG. . This was an action by which plaintiff, a laboring hman at Marulai; sought to recover the stim of £50 for work and labor done for plaintiff, a lime merchant at Maruilan. Mi.: OQRyan, instructed..by. Mr. Davidson, appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. -Want, in structed by Mr. Betts,,for defendant. Defendant pleaded-first, never ...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

;,. '.: QUEANBEYAN. t (Fsross a Corrcspondent ) : WELLEYAN.- A farewell tea-meeting 'and soiree were given to the Rev. - Orion, iwho is; about leaving this district for another sphere of usefulness; at the latter some very interesting addresses and songs beiing given. The tea-meeting was held in the Protestant Hall, when about eighty persons sat down. It was got up under the management ot a few of the young and earnest members of the Wesleyan church, so as to say " farewell" to their pastor, the Rev; Mr.jOrton, who is about to take his departure, and as a welcome to their new pastor, the .Rev. Samuel Gibson, who is now entered on his duties here and who it is to be. hoped will meet with success, as this is his first district since his reception as a minister. :. .The tea was on the table at six o'clock p im.i and at half-past six,. all seats being tilled.and all-ready, the well-known grace was sung .' After full justice had been done to theaegood.tlhings provided, of which there was...

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The Mount Brown Goldfield. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

Tl 10 The 'Mount B5row1; C0ol0Cldfi i A coRRESPo'NDENTi at iWanaaring, writing under date 28ti'K'Marci?h,- says:-\Ve have hliiiertdo su'fferd severely from-drough t;- but thank God it lasiibrokei' up at last. It corm menced to ramin yesterday, and has continued a?llV?'ay to-day, ItI'will heliethlid afi'sidof saving the lives of minnya p D)r digger rislj ingmto.Mbmit';Browh'n. Good accouitt of the field, coninue to.i m 0clime 1i1; andb' pople are f'laOn tllhrUg l ncre" In ,nuniers,"desnpte the scarcity ,ot water 'onithe route. Bdt what will not dig ers infected with the gold fi'ver undertake'? Oe 'm'ian :faied. eighty 'n-ilks the other'day ori fo'otiwith only a small canvas water-bag,: I haven't heard yettwhe ther or not he got through safciy but if thit; rain continues, people will .be flockirmn "tiifougn Wani.arin in idroves, ss it ,is??uch the shorter route fromn the' astern portions 9t New, South .Wales..' .'Tle Ili Ist reports troni ." the diggings :were rather unfavorable; astr...

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