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Church of England Temperance Society.—St. Saviour's Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

Church of Englani Temperance Society; St. Saviour's BJanoh. THE monthly meti tg of the iabove took place on Tuesday evening last in the meeting-room at the rear of the pro.Uathedral, at which there was a large attendance, the room being completely tilled, The Venerable Archdeacon Puddicombe (president) occupied the chair, and opened the meeting in the usual manner; after which subscriptions were paid in to the secretary, and ten persons gave in their names as willing to become members. The follow. ing members then delivered recitations in the order named :--\lis t'aulina Pinu. I' The Wrkhouue IDoor;" Mlis Mlay Uar eth, " I'll arr No AlMs if He IDrinks " Miss lioe Harrison, "' he Gr efs ,,f a D utkarl's Home; " 'Miss - umtj Laots Iown., SI he ucttonl; " ; tls Sarah Oram, " D-,'td Sgand Ide ; " Miess li. no Me Q t en, " Dying Hessie; " itis. Hotty Gr:.y, "tii.ng to Snhooll;" l!ise F, B amble, " The Kes in ch .I " e reading was also given b Sir. T. Bamlble, nld an addreas by *r. J U. K...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

Telegraptle JIntt11hgence [FROM OUR coRSPONfrF..'i..] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. THE Suez mail steamer Rosetta arrived at Albany, yesterday.. The Government have announced their intention of reclaiming ar4o acres of land known as the Veteran Hall Estate, where they intend to form a reservoir in connection with the prospect water scheme. The Italian immigrants are improving con siderably in appearance. A large quantity of clothing was distributed amongst them yester day; several improvements have been made in the building for the comfortsol the inmates. At a.public meeting at the Temperance Hall yesternight resolutions were unanimou-ly cariied to support the curriers now on strike. There is'' n alterationi in the betting on the Sydnley Cuip, \lth the exception or Pro= gress, who was a little firmer yesternieht. The 'Mayor of Sydney intends giving a handsome trophy for a race of junior oarsmen with: outriggers as a preparation to the inter colonial contest. Mr. Mason, late Engineer-in-Chief of...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. it ord r to allow tbm mew, ere of our staff to ell1 'n the holiday ot I a8,ti·r Monday, in uummn wifr he resti of tug » -h$J t4br will brf CV,)tb{iC of thhs j ;u. sal uI Uhertsay inxc, and wce teel a sareas or readlers willu ,t .lenv th'in that Ino n WV,h ud hb,i i I hat're a ar u'd riave her,d the lams of I ot y ir'u,.liee fur .. m tinm t c io , at lea'. fer Ir o;,i0m ,os?t'.:-I t'.,,e h biv.- at the teurnt ut' Illilt teisll- t ' u . tit ,t ti : ri- in ai .o r a;: g, r.za il';ri t, st ii;.iir rai un mi'l , thr. cie; tno5ih; las haul:l e. el out, for ..i. dweli . r. a. e h iletli. y a. , :ag, and. rt oui .. b: nn i1 t,.c thl-y;;eit.rm :h ir s.irk wesnsns.: u- :. wu:lt h:'t t ey a+e .u:; t nget's. a, lae r..ha Udv saitor -'n Int, th. h,,busue si \lr It' Ilo i?i Ul1ffrd. stsrr.i '.wa? brokens stu, . t sh l, a nwa c. v;,lu;- atH. '.7 5., a' ?ilv.r' eli5n wi h" tiir.ee sWili rligr. a la-,' w' , k ,ox aId : fancy a .e'l-lbx, anti 1:12 in ca.h ..e e-t ne.u. An entranue wta...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. An inquest was held on Thursday lItt on the body of a man namued Drniel Bradford, who had botu found murdered in a dam at Nimby, a few miles from Murrunmburrh The deceased was a selector at Cunningham Creek, and had some time become insolventr, was well known in the district round Murrumburrah as a man of drunken habits violent, ungovernable temper, and savage disposi tion. Be was constantly quarrelling with some -one, either in or out of his family circle, and sane, tilse bilce spent a term of ilmpribnoln,-nt ill Y'o?g gaol for assault, and his wife is a crippleowilg u, injuri sa rc vedl at Its hadls. Itr.m the videne, adduo d at the ullaoet, i atiear.- 16a, ! tile night of 30th alaron, he-.rettne-i fr m. 'mur?lm bursab, dliu.,k; and afier ,.,iig la.gusa.o .f ahi abhusive and fillhy na u:o to ilas wit,- taieare.el ti, shoot her and his oldent soln, 'andl etu tu l I. k for his gunu, whion it senms hi lihil ieclnitly psti chi-ed. Hla wife told hidi ht he had. lidten. i...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

BREVITIES. \lORe robberies. No isue nl'ueod ty iiext. No less tha? 16 -umm nits ce a on the charge book at the 'l,.ulburn Polioe Cnurt yesterday. A sensational libel o tee was heard ..t the Grafton Polioe Curt C on 'la uday last. t lheat is nIt ar!iviog in suchb larg quatities as f rmerly in G ulhiun. The coming ah .w of th Wagga He ticulturdl a?t d Agricultural .soi-ty promnsees to result Itn un:o as. I'1he c1 sud collectors of this disitiou have learly Buis ed their work 1.. 97 n .use n e the 0 intre ward of G(,ulburi 738 perslln siept on til n tg?lt of 1pril 3rd. The spots on t:i . or btllo ay 'n ih gricutlu:al show grounls prolisjei t". turn out Nell. D..i't forgot -the Wesleyan a ports in Brookes' padldock on oindy ni xt. ExoUrston trains onOe mote uinning from OGu. born for the holidays. 'he .voluntiere uam promiesd ulot of fun in Sydney ti? Bhgtktfd? .. Slc ll'le I ,a' splitaS o ...oday uoux at tile how :r-.undla Farmers are busy sowing, th, ir crops in many oa n of thi. diat...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

Easter Holidays. IN order to afford our ,:tff an opportunity of enjoying the FToli.ays usual at this sensn., there will he NO IRSUE of the PENNY POST on TUESDAY NEXT. TROMAS DN[EL. A']] .. A + . y EA G TABLE T.. a General . ..va S J? siNP, Aust an Store. SS?ltedd, A ENER AL L sERVANT. Apply, C IITERION ROTEL. P RY-MAID- wages. A ly to W.TR, Royal Ho"l. an amstkdsl, j as OoGeneral ervant in a so?a family o aabing. Apply at the olffi of this paper ,'' 1? s re ' ltt. ptRL to, Assist tn onrsework. nt o. COOB, Somerset use, Goolburn. ab 5a a14l. O ID C'00K (lai or Female). ply at the BI IVE Hr IEL. . .'t l lteal. TEN p WELVE GO D STONEBRE . toe Braidwood m Taralga HoaV Ap. ply to l-AS. BUIUKL , Road Co tor, Reantl street. '..Maited, A COIPETNI' PARLORMAID. Apply at THO\lAr'S HOTEL Waantecl. A HOUAE lATD. Apply by letter t s. A F?lTHFULL, Spri gle.d. . - i rantei, T Gillespie'as Boot Factory, SIX or IGH BuYs. C'HARLIS GILLEsP[R, G b a. 50.{0 BAGS of GIOIOD SRED and VD J0 OAT-the highest p...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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TREVELYAN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

'i Ruert's: .cO npailinn" 'a? a..gntlkmin, o?: a iiar: n ly a lvanced \e >rs.'. H l-l':wourei'"sple.; - tccltis :and' a; wig. -., Hls H figur,:rwas lall 'a'nd stout,- and;h Ica' ied heav.y upon a staff Hie looked i.mny sears older thainthe Pro snor' i"ho'hli ? ;?rli'd -i thie U'niyB Ba'tride Hiimpton, .iand thid character .ofhis: looks;; :aS entirely different. . .... . Lord. Grosvenor, having greeted ^Rupert; tiurinedlhis glandes-tipon'the.la.d's companion. . ',You: don r-ietognize; me, nmy- lord.?, in. quired the gentleman feebly,-in na cracked voice. ,, . ;.. , : ." . . - ;.1 . ,; '';. ,'. . . 'i.I do not; sir,' replied Grosvenirn politely, 'but you are none the l:ss welcom'e 'at' the Eyrie. lAny friend of--of Rupert, 15:is fmy iriend.!' .I' * . . . *: ;: .. ;: : . .he gentleman removed; his .spectacles, s raightened his bent ;figure, and .1 ;o~qled at Grosvenor with 'tle V, ;le, honest, truthfil blue eyes he at oncerecogized. - , ' Geoffrey Trevelya, i' crid Piaul, iin aston ...

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GUNNING. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

GUNNING. (From? our Correspondenf.) +T the Pl co Cu t oi Thuru'lay, Joseph Cliff rd Imp.dr. wac.ch'c?ged '?itlu t-aling a hbrsea, saddle, a,,d blidI;, ri-o j'u)),rty ocf lto lis urray After IHearii?'ivi'ldeoe, the h,,.ch dtrcmacg d him . The f.!llwing a a ch. hanc.iuoap. or the haudi.. -ate at'Whe Guicincg races on E:Oter Ilndcty Dist ioi Pu'suc--W.. Huiet's g m Coquette, aged, 8 at. 7 b J. Hc'onlll's g in cotrecs, agdl, 8?_t 2 -b; -I. Dowling's h k g Tl'iclkett. aged, 7 st 10 Ib; ';'J. .LawliBs' g f B ue Bell, 3 tears, 6 at 7 h; t.. %lurray's ib m J ie. 5 year%, 6 at 7 lb ; J Byrile's br m Ji n"y. 5 years, 54t 10 lb. uan. ring Jecck-y Cub Hat.dio.p-- l. Whittey's b g Juggler, ag',d. 8 at 7 Ib; W. Davis' g g 'The Peer, 5 years. 8 se 2 lb; J L. Jchn' blk f Ariel (late eart), aged, 8 at; R Groveuor's oh m. NMitucie iVarce , aged, 7 at 12 lb ; W. Buist's g mCo. qu.tte, aged, 7 at 10 lb. Mr. W. Rudd sold by auetion the gate, booths (refreshment and publican's), and cake and fruit stall ...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

LONDON; ' WEDNESDAY. A chinge. or,the worse has taken place in the cdndition rf E 'rl B'aconnfield; who has now prea' dimffult in hrealhing . :A ronfrenrce' f orominent. members held at.. Dublin yesterday,: to consider the new Government Land Bill,' a number cf speeches were made commenting adversely on the measure, which.was declared quite inade quate to meet the present situation T"e Porteihas issued a circular note to the Great Powers, deprecating the violation of Tunisian territory by the French.

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

MERRILLA. S, ro i ouro' spondrGi.):' 'HE laborer .bear, .the. burden of :hiie"day .vhCn the sdn has passed bey.nd the h. riz.on" and the moon has taken. his Iplace. iHlis to be found in the fields gathering -the pr6 ducts of the season, exposes himself arid family to the sun and wirids, in order to pre pare for them by his toil the harvest which is to supply their wants for the coming winter. Justice will be a fich harvest for Australia. A slight fracas occurred here the other day; but fortunately it ended. peaceauly: The dispute arose thus between the ,.ombat ants-whether it' was 'justice for the iner chants ot Sydney to, give protection to pr~t perty or goods conumitted to their care for fourteen oays free of charge, .whilst. the. government after twenty-f6or hours charges as 6d a day extra for tarpaulins for protection oft property consig,,ed tlom country. resdenis to their agents in S)dney. I'happened to be passing at the time of the dispute, when-'my opinion was called in quest...

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

CRO RWELL.: (From our Correspondent.) l w R far.I&amed town has ,if late beeo sn quleot as:4 mu m: ,u,,uu thar HO have nut beau able t, report ýtlytivin thy way/ Of nbw /; but op putir o are drawing nigh, we notice alto that t-o usual accom paniments of races-sharpers and perinomers-are drawing nigh alan. The Wea her -O-ur farmers are crying out for rain a ready. The grnun.d in many pare his he. come too hard for the plough. VWe notice th it there is a go-.d deal of plonghing dnme n,etwitt standing; and sinme of our firming men are getting in their oats for hay. Oth-rs are looki, g sharply after good seed wheat; aid although whet is lo, in price, still preparations tare being nrade for an , ther crop We wish our farmers ove*r. succesu, and hope that their labors may inset with better reward next year Our Roads.-It is a matter of eatisfacti,'n to all who travel our roads to n, tce in what a g .d etat, they are kept. There are only a few plan s be tween here and Gnluburn that ...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. BFFORE Mtssrs. Conolly an i Alexander. Henry Archer was charged with plying for hire. without a license, thus, committing a breach of the Municipal By laws. Mr. Betts appeared for the Corporation. Defendant expres-ed his,willingness to payl when the Council, that was indebted to:liiii; pa d his account. . '.. i , The Bench convicted defendant, and fined him' sob and .Zi -.s -aod prd6fssional aid court costs. George Mc Cdnnell was charged with al lowing a cow to stray. Defendant did not appear. Constable Marshall proved servide of sum nsons,'and also the fact of the cow straying, which had been claimed by defendant's groom. Fined 20os and 2s 6d costs. Neil Mc Cool was charged with plying for hire without a license within the boundary of the Municipality. Plea, not guilty. Mr. Betts appeared for the Borough Coun cil, and Mr. Gannon for the defendant. James A. Mc Farlane, Inspector of Nuis ances, deposed : I know defendant; he is a carrier; I...

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

r- . -. LcTAY , i$ ':;' ALL; IN' H u P C ;i Els:...ht ii. 'ui. Ci Carrid e, Hun n by n. to is oh .. ' Hon o tal, ~o h 'O CR^Uil JO el ., ' "l' 110 HO p tiul-iret, solicits a ni i nlua oie iofi. a in .th altero fr l u t .3.fr y o ,, ;at Pubi c Notiue; ALL RANCHES ' 'ROBERT CRA (k SEN.'S BUST ESS .. OBE Rr CRAIG; S NDE ITAKR , S oLoANESRw E CA GOULBURN. S'UNERAL pectfullyolicte a chortt notice.of t good styloe and on libaletwed n hi larm SIOBT, CRAIG, SLOANE-STREET, OULBURN, House, Land, Estate,\ Sydney Fire : Insurance, and Ge aal A4 ent. - Monuments, Headstones, &c., In Freestone or \larble: IR r'N TOMB FAILINoS Of Superior Workmanship anl/ Design I Designs & Estimates forwara by t. ! J. TUENE ., . CLINTQNISTREET, H BURN. '.-?'.All.Carving and. Letterirg done by o'"'mpemte?rkiitei "rkmen .o'tr'af'S.-Porti'a its. ".,~.,i;BiRAITS. MR. SMT H :PORTRAIT GL7 RX ' IS BREMOVRD tco RI A:!/ of (.hiYH l I.., ; , INST UTE; entra e fr,.m , iiritahi .;atrfe t. ., ,. ,' 1 . . ilPor...

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THURSDAY, APRIL 14TH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

THuRSDAY, APCIL 14TH. Before Messrs. Win. Conolly and C. S. Alex ander. Richard Sexton, a boy 144 years of age on remand was charged by Patrick UGoley with abso unding from his appreiticsahip. From the evi.:rce it app tra that the boy was apprenticed to complainant from the KIandwiok Asylum Learly three years ago; the derfnd :nit ol.jerted to look afler Jheep, and was disabediej,t ui many ways, he had beel br.nught up befrre for misconduct and was renrtenced to three days' solitary confinement. As complairnant wished, the inden nures were cancelled by the Benoh, and the boy aertenoed to three days' solitary c,nfirement.

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 April 1881

GOULBURN BOROUGDH COUNCIL, rne regular meeting of jthe above Council was held last evening. Preent :-The Mayor, and Aldermen Wardle, Osborne, Caldwell, Taylor, .McConnell, Wombey, and Hawkins, The minutes of the peevious meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence inwards and outwards was read and received. Alderman McConnell, at this stage of the pro. cedings, apologised for the abancen of 4ld rm:n Horn, who, he said, was confined to the houne through sickness He also handed to the Maoi, the declar.tnon of Mr. Horn as an Alderm n The Mayor statel. that the tourteen days' time had expired when tais declart, in should ave hen in, and read the sections of the Mluicipal Act, which showed that an Alderman was liable t., a penal:y of £25 for non complianuce The seotio.a read were 35 and 48. The Town Clerk read a copy of a letter tniat hi hal sent to Mr Horn, if .rming hin that te had been elected an alderman for the Centre Ward or the Borough, and requesting him to make the ne, oessa...

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TREVELYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 April 1881

T REVELYAN. A. street urchin. encouraged by the gift of a briglit silver sixpence, conducted him to Mrs. Jones' pastry-cook shop. 'Mrs. Jones herself was seated behind the little counter, her eyes red with weeping. Shle.was alone, and presented sufch a forlorn pi tiire that Grosvenor instinctively felt that, som'ethipg..sinister had happened. ' VYot 'di.e \Mrs. Jones ?'..he inqu'ired. The'woman replied ini the'affirmative; eye-, ing him suspiciously. i 'I am Lord Grosvenor,' communicated our hero, his bright, frank, handsome face, with its debonair and innocent expression, dissipa ting her'. stispicions and arousing her interest at once. ' I am the friend of your lodger, Miss Arevalo, and am come to see her in answer to a letter which I received from her last night.' SMs. Jones fell to sobbing boisterously. Grosvenor looked at her in astonishment; beginning to apprehend that some misfortune -had:occurred to Girtlda. ' Take me up to her,' he exclaimed. " Oh, I wish to Heaven I could ...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 April 1881

ODDS- AND ENDS. THE largest toy factory in the world is in New York, where playthings in tin are manu factured literally by the million. It stands five stories high, and turns out 1657 distinct varieties of tin toys. No. i, of course, is a tin horse; No. 1607 a tin menagerie. The output of circular tin whistles is 12,000,000 per annum. Everything is made on the es tablishment excepting wheels, which are ordered in lots of thirty tons at a time from a foundary in the East. Two hundred men, women, and boys are constantly employed in toy-making. To make a tin horse 12 inches long dies have to be cast costing £6oo. Toys are exported from New York to all parts of the world. The children of different countries have different tastes. The passion of the young Brazilliaii is for a toy water cart, while in the States the rage of the American boy is for tin horns and "putty blowers." " Tin swords are wanted all over the world," the military instinct being as universal in the nurseries as in th...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 April 1881

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. TRADE, during, g', week, has been more active than fa .jyily; a fair amount of busi ness has been transacted, and things appear to have taken a slight turn for the better; although it must he expected that a certain dullness will again prevail till after the holi days are over. More attention is being paid to the resources of the district than formerly, and in our opinion a bright future is in store for the town; all that is required is time to develop these resources which are gradually being brought to light. Wool.-We have no transactions of any importance to report. Sheepskins.-The market for these is firm and buyers are ready to purchase any quantity, and if in good condition an advance on late rates is obtained. Hides.-These are in demand not only for local use but for exportation; the price is re gulated by the Sydney market which we give below. Tallow. - The market is quiet for this commodity, and we have no sales of any consequence to report. Wattle ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 April 1881

'i o -Builders, nd Others. -REEUNDERSIGNED-ar.e prepared to execute .oiders for PIlNE-and HARDWOOD TIMBER At Greatly Reduced P ces for Casb T. and G-6 x 1 Pine Floorin 25s. per 100 eet T.'and G."8 x 4 Lining, 21s ?er 100 feet Oregon and Red Pine, 1 i Dressed, 3 Ditto, ,, Undressed, s. 3 feet Laths to arri 12 . to 14. Hardwood, allkin , I. per 100 feet Galvanized Qi~r? te fron, all lengths Pine Doors, tf zes Cedar Sasls, S8, 12 x 10, and 14 10 Sash Weigh ts, Lead, Glass, . Real Carpenter's Patent Locks, 6, 7, and S inch Ridge-capping, Guttering, Down piping Oils, Paints, Tar, &c., &c., at very low prices. OWEN FOPRNER AND SONS, General Storekeepers, Goulburn. A Few Words to All! FPROM A. BUSHMAN, Tailor and Outfitter, OPPOSITE THE ROYAL HOTEL, GOULBURN. A 11 require new clothing when winter is near- B lueI black, brown in good stuff-not "shoddy" or dear; U aeful suits for the office, the road, farm or ball S uperior in cut for both tall ones and small. H ave on bought...

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QUEANBEYAN. POLICE COURT, Tuesday April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 April 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (Abridged from the Age.) POLICE COURT, Tuesday April 12. BEFORE the Police Magistrate and Messrs. F. Campbell and E. K. Grace. Stephen Johnston pleaded guilty toa charge of being drunk and disorderly in Monaro street, Queanbeyan, on the previous day. Their worships passed the mitigated fine of 2os, in default of 7 days' jail. The assis tance of the police was directed to be given towards getting the fine for payment from a person named, as prisoner had not yet obtained a settlement from his employer. An old man named Johnston, recently employed as a shepherd by Mr. John Cart wright, of Woodbury, J.P., and who has been served with a summons to appear before the Queanbeyan bench onTuesday next to answer a charge of absconding from his hired service has been going about town with his summons stuck in his hat, and carrying over his shoul der a stick with a piece of beef hanging at each end. He complains that he has been docked of his rations, and considers himself aggrieved ...

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