Elliot Chapman & Foreman Coach Operators
On Saturday 9 November 1861
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In March 1861 Robert Elliot who owned the Queens Arms Inn at Penrith
and had been running a coaching operation for the past 6 years
advertised that he intended to combat the impending arrival of Cobb & Co
Messrs. , , 'S
Commercial Line of .
Faro only £1 10s.
This line of studies tho interest of passengers in evcrj' respect.
; Good ! good horses ! civility ! ' Stopping at tho best hotels only.
Through in two do j a. The leave Parramatta on the orriv.il of tho first train from Sydney, on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY', FRIDAY MORNINGS, arriving in Bathurst at 4 p.m. shatp every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATUR- DAY ; the Club Houso Hotel, Bothurst, ovory MON- DAY', WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY', at 8 a.m , arriving «in Sydney by the lost train on the following evenings slopping ono night at Mr. MarkwoU'B first-cluss establish- ment, the Roso Inn, Hartloy.'
Booking Offices.-Kelly's, Emu Inn, Bathurst Rud Gorge
streets, Smith's, Glasgow Arms, George .street, _ nenr tho Post Office, Sydnoy.
Elliotf's, Queen's Arms, Ponrlth. .
's, Club Houso Hotel, Bathurst. 's Hotol, Sofala.
A branch coach to Sofala on the arrival of tho coach from Sydney. Fare. 5s.
< Saturday 2 November 1861
REDUCED FARES, BETWEEN PARRAMATTA Xi PENRITH, HARTLEY, MUDGEE, BATHURST.-ROBERT begs leave, most respectfully, to return his sincere thanks to the inhabitants travellers on the Western Road, for the very liberal support he has received during the last six years, takes this opportunity of soliciting a continúanos of their patron- age, having made arrangements to meet their comfort, safety, convenience, by coutluatng to ran his superior well appointed, fonr-borse, oovertjd , in the follow ing order, thereby completing the journey from Sydney to Bathurst in two days, from Sydney to Mudgee in three days, avoiding all night travelling.
To prevent mistakes, B. K., beg* forth« to state, that he has removed his booking office, from O'Brien's, Mayor Inn, Pitt-street; from Pike's, Western Road, from Donald Beatson's, Penrith. That the public may not be deceived, be has no connection with any other booking offices except the undermentioned, vis :
Kelly's, Emu Inn, corner of George Bathurst streets, opposite the Cathedral.
Seale's. Square Compass Inn, Brickfield-hill. '
Daltlel's, Governor Bourke Inn, Parramatta»
Harris', Gold Diggers Arm*, Bastera Creek. Lander1s, Odd Fellow* Arm*, South Creek.
Dunn's, Royal Hotel, Hartley. , Andersen's, Star Inn, PenrlUi. ;
W. '», Crab House Hotel, Bathurst. . ;
W. Readforfs Hotel, Mudgee.
'Io from Parramatta Bathurst, £1 10 0 Ditto ditto ditto Penrith ... 0 i ,0
Ditto ditto ditto Mudgee ... 3 IO JO ' Intermediate fares charged accordingly ; each passenger allowed 14 lbs. luggage, all overcharged at the rate of 4d. per lb. '
N.B- No connection with the would-be Yankee's, called Her Msjestys Mall.
Dsys oi Starting-Leave Sydney every Monday Friday, arrive in Bathurst every Tuesday Saturday.
Leave Mudgee every Tuesday, arriving in Sydney every, Thursday. Leaving Sydney every Friday, arriving lo Mudgee every Sunday._
6th March 1861
SY D N E Y AN D B A T H U R S T.
Support the Coach that keeps the Fares down,
Messrs. ELLIOTT, CHAPMAN, and FOREMAN'S
Commercial Line of COACHES.
Fare only £110s.
This line of coaches studies the interest of passengers in every respect.
Good coaches! good horses! and civility! Stopping at the best hotels only. Through in two days.
The coaches leavo Parramatta on the arrival of tho first train from Sydney, on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY MORNINGS, arriving in Bathurst at 4 p.m. sharp every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATUR- DAY ; and tho Club House Hotel, Bathurst, every MON- DAY, WEDNESDAY, amd FRIDAY, at 8 a.m , arriving in Sydney by tho last train on the following evenings stopping one night at Mr. Markwell's first-class establish- ment, the Rose Inn, Hartley.
Booking Offices.-Kelly's, Emu Inn, Bathurst and George
street«, and Smith's, Glasgow , George .8treet, near tho Post Office, Sydney. Elliott's, 's , .
Chapman's, Club Houso Hotel, Bathurst. Foreman's Hotel, Sofala.
A branch coach to Sofala on the arrival of the coach from Sydney. Fare. 6s.
Passengers booked at KELLY'S, Emu Inn, for tho Lachlan Diggings, through in four days. Faro only £4 10s._
No. C1 71. Town Clerk's Office.
_ Sydnoy, 12th Docember, 1861.
By 1862 competition was becomes overwhelming on the western coach
COACHES TO BATHURST.-ELLIOTT, FOREMAN, and CHAPMAN'S Line of American Coaches to , Hartley, Bathurst, Sofala, Lambing Flat, and the Lachlan ; by train to Rooty Hill. Only Booking Offices:-Kelly's, Emu Inn, George-street, Sydney; Elliott's, 's , ; and Chap- man's, Club-house Hotel, Bathurst. Days of starting from Sydney :-Mondays. Wednesdays, and Fridays, by the 6.45 train ; returning from Bathurst, Mondays, Wed- nesdays, and Fridays. Elliott's Day Coaches three times a day, between Rooty Hill and , will appoar in a future advertisement.
Elliotts Queen Arms
COACHING, COACHING, COACHING.
COACHES on the BATHURST LINE not to be BOUGHT OFF.-Messrs. PERRY, ELLIOTT, MARKWELL, and CO., beg to inform theirfriends and the public in general that, on and after the 5th of May, they intend to commence running an Express Line of American Conchos to and from South Creek Terminus to Bathurst, three times per week, and hope, by civility and attention, together with, good coaches and horses, and superior coachmen, to obtain a share of that patronage which was formerly so liberally
^T^letvrSyÄ' every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY,
and FRIDAY, at 6-46 a m. train, arriving in Bathurst on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 4 p.m.
To leave Bathurst every 'MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY, at 8 a.m., arrivmgin Sydney on TUES- DAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 6-40 p.m., per train. B00KING OFFICES.
Kelly's Emu Inn, George-street^ Sydney. Elliott's 's , .
Perry's Commercial Hotel, Markwell's Rose Inn, Little Hartly. Gaynor'B Royal Oak, Bathurst.
N.B.-Coaches are in preparation to run to Orange, Lachlan, and Sofala. The Bathurst Coach will be driven by Mr. THOMAS B. PERRY, who ha» been so well
known on that road for a number of years.
In addition to tho above, the proprietors will hive Coaches to meet all tho trains on their arrival and de- parture from Benth Creek .
ERRY, ELLIOTT, MARKWELL, and CO., coach proprietors.__
|William Chapman filed for insolvency on 23rd June 1862 at Bathurst|
and John Watt, of Sofala, gold miners Liabilities, £826 10s 9d Assets, £265. Debert, £56110s 9d Mr. Sompill, official assignee.
< Wednesday 18 December 1861
On the 4th instant, by special license, at St. Stephens, Penrith, by the Rev. E. Smith, Wilhelminia Hughes Abbott, second eldest daughter of the late John Ironside, to Boulton , eldest son of Mr. John , of the Commercial Hotel, Penrith.
< Monday 13 April 1863
On Sunday, the 21st instant, at Penrith, the wife of Mr. B. , of a son. Both well.
< Monday 29 February 1864
Tuesday 15 May 1866, Thomas B Perry gave evidence idetifying
bushrangers on the musselwbrook singleton run
... from Muswellbrook to Singleton, and robled tho passengers. Thomas B. Perry, tbe dril cr, identified ... Thomas Boulton Perry of one watch and other articles ;
Hampton was brought beforo the Court, pursuant lo remona, charged with being the third mau who with Beoth and Dunkley, boing armed, on the 16th April, stopped tho conch com eying the moil from Muswellbrook to Singleton, and robled tho passengers. B. , tbe driver, identified the prisoner as tho mon referred to (in his deposition against Booth andDunkloy) as " the toll man."
TRIAL OP THE NORTHERN MAIL ROBBERS.
At the Central Criminal Court, on Wednesday, the three men cbarged with Ihe recent robbery of the Great Northern mail, near Singleton, were tried before,bis Honor Mr. Juslioe Fauoett. We abridge from the S. M. ¡Herald a report of the trial.
James Baóth, William Willis, alias William Dnnokley, - and Hampton, were arraigned npon an indictment whioh obarged them with having, at Singletpn, on the 16th April, 1866, being armed with oertain offensive weapons, namely, p'stols, feloniously assaulted and robbed Alfred Charles Button of one watch, one ohain, and 2i. Gd. in money; Boulton of one watch and other articles ;
Thomas Perrys's Father was John Perry, who took up the Perry Hotel
John Theodore Perry
Thomas Boutlon Perry married Ann Moore in 1852 but she died
of Consumption in 1859 aged 28. He then married
Abbott, second eldest daughter of the late John Ironside, on
Monday 13 April 1863.
613/1908 PERRY ANN f JOHN m ANN GRANVILLE