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QUEANBEYAN NEWS. (From the Age.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

QUEANBEYAN NEWS. (iFroz tIhe Age.) LIEUTENANT-COLONEL RUSSEL, police magis trate at Queanbeyan, and Mr. Robt. Dawson, police magistrate at Cooma, are appointed wardens of the Tumut and Adelong mining district. Messrs Malone and Pooley have arranged with Messrs Kingsland and Malone; for ,the transfer of the Queanbeyan and ,Tarago: mail service from the first of the year,, thus dispensing withl the running of opposition coaches at ruinously low prices. The wheat harvest is being gathered, but signs of rust are here and there apparent. It is pleasant to find that Queanbeyan has fallen in for a share of the honours bestowed by the late International Exhibition Com mittee (Sydney, 1879) upon deserving exhi bitors. Mrs Jane Lesmond has recently re ceived a " highly-commended" certificate for her woolwork picture St. Patrick. A bronze medal also accompanies the certificate. The followings Conditional Purchases, in the county of Murray, have lapsed.in this district :-A. J. Cunninghain,. 9th...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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MR. WILLIAM SANDS'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

MR. WILLIAM SANDS'S REPORT. - Fat Stock-No sales to report; prices still keep low. Store Cattle-I sold 6 bullocks (small) at'34s: 13 steers at 26s 6d; 20 cows at 25s; 3 heifers at 25s; I cow, 22s; cow and calf, 35s 6d; I ditto, 32s; io heifers, i7s; 14 steers at 19s 6d; 5 mixed at 17s 6d; 4 ditto 14s 6d; milch cow, 3 ; calf, 15s. I will yard a splendid mob of bullocks next week. Store Sheep-A small lot of good wethers sold at gs; I have buyers for good 3 arid 4 year old wethers. Horses-I at £rio os; 2 at £7 '5s; I at ?6; I at ?5 ios; I at £ 5 I at ?3 12s 6d; 2 at.£3 2s6d; I at £7; I at £4 .7s 6d; a great many others from £3 downwards. Pigs-6 suckers at 5s 3d; 5 ditto at 3s 6d; 2 ditto at 4s; 2 at 6s 6d; 2 at 6s; 2 at 5s; I slip, 9s 6d; 4 at 8s 6d; 5 young suckers at as 6d. Poultry -Turkeys, 12s 3d per pair'downwards; geese, 4s to 5s; fowls, 2s 6d to 4s; ducks, 3s 6d to 4s 3d. MESSRS. HALL, PRINCE, AND CO. report: -The market during the week has been very largely supplied, and the at...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

W.'anted. A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply ROSE AND CROWN, Clifford.street, Gou urn. Wat ed, A OOD GENERAL 11VANT. \Apply to s. DEACON, Bank .S. Wale. A ENERAL SER NT. ApplyMns. S GERS, Sloane atr. Stede. A YOUNG WOMA as General \~orvant, Apply to Mae. KTN Hillside.. 9Wanateol, A LAUNDRESS by the day or as y be arranged. Apply to Mns. FI AY, Ardgowan, Yass Road. A1R'SPECTABLE LOUHeMAID; good ? ges. pply, Mrs. WORO IURST, Post ` ice Hotel, uburn.street. WVanted, HOUSEMAID. Apply to Mrs. ACOB, Auburn. street. luWnted, A PECTABLE MAN, as Coaoh an and Ganer. Apply ;o Mr. W. D VIES, Elsmere, oulburn. x Wanted, A A SINKER. Apply to T MAS RSDEN, Goulburn. ... A C OK and LAUNDRE ", also, so and -rg rlor Maid. Apply Mrs. CO LLY, Argyle lttago. G?Od COAT HANDS. WILLIAM D VIES WB'annies, TOUNG LAD for office work. A 0 FINLAY & CO. ansotedo, A S MART Y UTII as CASHIER. WILLIAM'DAVIES A CO. Wasanted, E GI-IT OR NINE SMART BOYS as A ppren - tices, at Wood & Co's -Boot Factory. Apply WOOD ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. TUESDAY. BUSINESS during the past week has not been so brisk as was expected, and the same num ber of country people have not been in town as at former Christmas seasons. The very warm weather has doubtless had something to do with this, for the crops of wheat are ripening fast, and some of the country people have been kept on their farms attending to their crops. The various business people announcetgenerally that trade is not up to the mark. The business places of course have been closed during the holidays, but it is expected things will take a change for the better now that the holidays are over. Country tradespeople have not sent in such extensive orders as has usual been the case about this time of the year, and we must therefore attribute this state of affairs to the want.of cash in the districts. Wool.--We notice a marked difference in the arrivals of this staple during the week, and the quantity that has passed through the town has been chiefly sent...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS.. Air the Police Court on Saturday last, a man named Phillip Stone was brought up on suspicion of:leing of unsound mind,:and was remanded till Monday. After his admission to the gaol he became very violent, and the warder was compelled to put a straight.jacket on him. He was no better on Monday, and could not attend the court. A man named Frederick Seakold, who had been living with his daughter (Mrs. John Cox) at Breadalbane, left his home last Thursday morning with the intention of doing some gardening at a Mr. Whittaker's place, in the direction of the Yass Road. He appeared to be in the best of health when he left, and about three quarters of an hour afterwards a son of Mr. Cox's came home with the intelligence that he had found the body of his grandfather near Whittaker's. A post-mortem examinatlon on the body (wlich was taken home) was held by Dr. Gentle, who foup?l --at tho face was scratched as if from a fall; the lungs were healthy, and other internal organs a...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

r.. ODDS` AND ENDS,. Wa?regret to have to record the fact that Barkei, the Bishop of Sydney, is sufferir fro?i a severe attack of, paralysis; and 'o Sunday last prayers were offered in the En glisli Churches for his recovery. A..woman named Hannah May was burned to death in her tent near Cobar the 'otler day. An inquest was held, when it was elicited that deceased was in ,the tent. under the influence of liquor, and when found all her clothing was burned off.ler. A man named Rickey seeing the smoke~o pushed to the tent and pulled her out, but she expired soon afterwards. It is evident that holiday time will 'draw vice out, as the following will show :-_A disgraceful disturbance took place at Clontarf oi Boxing Day. During the afternoon a largen.number of larrikins made themselves objectionable by their misconduct, and one .or two free fights' took place. This disgrace. fulstate of things was rendered all the more painful by the presence of a number of larrikinesses, whose conduct be...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

B3REVITIES, - Mr. tnvs .carco .Harvesting's commenced. "Stock is.in good condition. Weaither continues dry. Trade generally is slack.. Farmers coinplain of railway rates.: The Council meets tomorrow. The O'pra Company appear at Yass.to.nighit. .?Theme?ial in Auburrnstreeto is. rough and daun gerous. , , . , , Sergeant Fenton has: to collect the Eledtoral roll for Goulburn. ' A. thief stole a reticule with £15, on Thursiday last, from the Royal Hotel. A. mad :named.:Seakold was found dead on .the Yass road on Thursday last. The Temperance sports on New Year's Day were most successful. A than has been fined for assaulting iis wife withl two loaves df bread. ..-Will. the Australian Cricketers visit :Goulbtrn !efors -disbanding ? The disease known as "rust"'has got aniogst' the wheat crops. -Two slaughtering licenses wore granted by the Bench this morning. . The small debts cases this. morning were unim. portant. :gGrand Flaneur, the racer, has won o0Lv seven races in succession, He may...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Fronm Sydney Daily Papers. I LONDON, Jan. I. THE agitation in connection with the land question in Ireland continues unabated. Numerous meetings have been projected for to-day and to-morrow in various parts of .the country.. In accordance with a resolution previously come to, the Government has formally prohihited these meetings being held .and steps have been taken to enforce these orders by holding in readiness large bodies of the constabulary and soldiers in the dis turbed districts. Intelligence has reached the Government tending to confirm the reports previously current of renewed activity 'on the part of the Fenian brotherhood. The importation of arms continues on a large scale, and in many places men are known to assemble nightly for the purpose of being trained to the use of these weapons. The Government has accordingly equipped a/flying column of troops, which is now iraversing the country in, all directaio by rapid and secret marches, with orders toatest a...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

GUNNING. (Fs'onm our Correspondent.) OHaRISTMAS and New Year holidays passed over very quietly in Gunning. On New Year's Day the only break'in the dullUess was Athletic Sports held in Mr; Collet's paddock. The sports were not very?well patronized by. the public, considering that there-is always euch an outcry about there being nothing provided in the way of amusements for the people. The following were the events contested:-. Maiden Plate; 100 yards; prize 15s; won by 0. Birch. • Two others started ; Birch won very comfortably. Throwing at the wicket'; 22. yarde;' prize 10s; Won by T. Bean in. throwing off with two :others who tied in the first throw. Youths race; for. youths under: 16; prize 7s. Gd. For this there. were 'only three entries, and iesilted-T. Clancey, 1; Mc Manus, 2. The fourth event was the Handicap Flat Race; 150 yards ;prize £1.'. For this event 10 star.ted, but C. Birch again caine to the front and won. The- Boy's Race-for boys under 13-brought eight to the post, ...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

[REUTEI'S TELcGRAMiS.1 LONIDON, MonArY. THEnsE is no change in the position of alffaira at the Transvaal; but Boors in the South Transvaal now threaten to join in the rebellion to help their neighbours against the British. 5, Further diplomatic communications have been exchanged between Turkey and tbo Great Powers, regarding the frontier question, without bringing the difficulty nearer a settlement. The Porte has now distinctly declined to submit the question to arbitration. The 'r;,,ss has another leading article regarding -legislation ia Ireland which the Government intend to introduce. It states that it is definitely decided to apply a policy of coercion, but still conferring exceptional powers upon the authorities. Will in. troduce important feature of the Habeas Corpus Act being suspended when it is considered ad. visable; trial by jury may likewise be dispensed with.

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TREVELYAN! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

TREVELYAN ! The fact that she was a' stranger in a strange. place forced itself upon her con sciousness in the most vivid manner. A: d6ubt' as to whether she had done right in secretly leaving her happy home and her tender ;relatives gave a deeper sting. to her anguish. A .longing to see the dear and loirig;faces she had left possessed .her. O 'OQh, 'mamma ! oh, papa !' she moaned. .It; was to help you. I came away. Had we beeni rich enough to keep mamma at home, ,I should never have left you. It was to relieve you of your burden, to help educate Rupert, that I resolved to earn something. I know. I must have done right, by the pain I suffer. Surely the path of wrong-doing is 'pleasanter than this ! Oh, my dear, dear parents I My darling brothers I' A perfect tempest of sobs shook her little figure. ' I suppose mamma suffers like this a great deal," she thought, when' she had grown calier. ' I. am sharing her. burdenh now.. All I desire in this .world 'is,, tobmiaake?my. dea?i :ones ...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. S.---LR OUR CORRESPONDENTS,] SYDNEY, TUESDAY. Tuer settling of Tattersall's race meeting yesternight was tolerably satisfactory. The new Mayor irtends to attend the Town Hall between 10 and 12 each day, to consult citizens on. public business. Business is quiet. Homebush stock sales-Maiden, Hill, and Clark report that the best yards sold a shade firmer at opening; biddings slcakened as sales procceeded, and the market closed with a considerable decline in vlaue. Best beef is quoted at Ils. per cwt; sheep a shade lower throughout; sixty pounders quoted from 9s Gd. to 10s Gd. At the wool sales the quality was chiefly me. dium. There was good competition for best lots, and for medium a good demand. Fleece brought 15dto 17.d ; greasy, 12}d ; scoured, 16d to 22d1. The match between the Australian team and a combined eleven of New South Wales and Victoria was commenced on Saturday last, and was wit nessed by a large number of spectators. The Aus tralians went fir...

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TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

TARALGA. (Fronm our Correspondent.) CHRISTMAS.-Old Father Christmas has paid us his accustomed visit according to appoint ment, and is just now taking his departure. During his short visit he has helped the Taralgaites to make merry, and they in return accorded to their kind old visitor a hearty welcome and a sumptuous entertainment. To accomplish this object a great sacrifice had to be made among the fatted. calves, geese, turkeys, &c., and no small 'offering from among the fruits of the earth, such as raisins, currants, &c., &c. The shrine of Bacchus had a few devotees; but less sacri fice was made in this direction than on some former occasions, and as a consequence so briety has been the order of the day. A few embraced this joyous occasion and paid their vows at the hymeneal altar-not a bad way for our young friends to honor the festival; and perhaps, like a young minister I once knew, who, being asked why he wanted to get married, thought it would contr...

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

. ' ?'o the?ditor of the Evening Penny Post. Si?s, -Would you be kind' enough to inform me, if a person pays a license for. one vehicle will that entitle him to run for hire two or three under the eame license, as it is da?he every day.-. *Yours, &c., JUSTIOCE [The by-laws of the Borough of Godlburn, in section 53,.provides that not only must a separate license be taken out for each vehicle,, but 10s.for each wheel must be paid per annum ; and failing to comply, a person is liable to a penalty of. 40s. ED. E. P. P.]

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

A FEW weeks ago we suggested the idea of the farming community establishing clubs'or unions in the various agricultural districts; and as yet we have not heard of any move ment being made in this direction; and now that the season of harvest is upon us, we sup pose this matter will be allowed to remaiin in abeyance as before. Surely any sane person will agree that' of all classes in the com-. munity there are none so heavily handicapped as the husbandman; and 'however weighty: this incubus may be at the present time, it will grow weightier unless an effort is made by the farmers themselves to get relieved from some of the burdens that now press so heavily .upon them. The first reform that they as a body should seek to bring about should be the placing a duty on, cereals,;?say at the rate of threepence per bushlel. `We. grow sufficient for our own consumption, and have to compete with other countries, where greater facilities present themselves for larger. and - cheaper productions. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

" LEICESTER'S" Post - Office Hotel. THE Proprietress having taken t e ove Hotel (lately known as the Malrkce H use 3otel), ?:p~osite the lMarket?-quare, wish yo ct n her •incere thanks to her Iumner is " frio l s and customers; and trusts to receiv. ~.tir ahare of the patronage of travellers ald the >ublic in general. GOOD STABLING, and an TElicien GROOM alwayt in attendance. F. WORCHURST (Forimerly of the.Belmore Arms, Goulburn, and the Ri?yal Hotel, Blowning), PROPRIETRESS. IWALIJER DANIEL, (Svccrsson To MJts. PIcinoRDs) r UNDERTAKER. Funerals Furnished on the Shor st u ji Le with the Great t Car 01 ROLS STRICTLY ODIRT. D SADDUR ii ! P WALTE1t I) IE B OURKE-ST.RE E T, GOULBURN, Opposite the Public School. TIIE GREAT'EST WONDER or MO.DERN TIMES! Io:..I e:perience has 1pr'vcd these ftmous remedies to be most effectual in r-riug either the dangerous maladies or tlhe slig ter complaints which are more parlicuhirly in 'cidentl; to the life of a otiner, or to those living in the SOcc...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

GOULBUERN POLICE COURT, MoNDAY, JANUARY 3. B?FoRE the Police Magistrate and Messsrs. W.Conolly and Meyeis J.P. :' Hawkers licenses were granted to Henry Jacob,,David Wiesberger, Joseph Lyneham, Denniis O'Brien, Charles Knight, John. Campbell Mc Farland. William" Stone, who was remanded on :Saturday last as being of unsound, mind; hlad been examined by the Medical Officer' ~indv was not in a fit state to appear before coiirt, was further remanded till Wednesday-, the 5thl instant. Kate Johnson was charged with drunken nfess;, she pleaded guilty, and was fined ros. or inr default seven days imprisonment. -'The fine was not paid. William Reynolds was charged with assaulting his wife on the 31st Decembeir Mr. Betts appeared for. defendent, vwho' pleaded not guilty. Sergeant Gibbons deposed to arresting the defendant by virtue of a warrant (produced) between 7 and 8 o'clock on Saturday .even ing,. at his own house. Anna Maria Reynolds deposed to the Jassault taking place, and said she .h...

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THE TEMPERANCE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

THIE TEMPERANCE SPORTS, THE'Sons of 'Temperance having been busy for some time past making arrangements for a day's sports.and amusement for the public, selected New Year's- Day for. the, occasion, and have succeeded beyond' their expecta tions, besides, showing .to6 the world that real enjoyment can be obtained withoutitlhe use of alcoholic beverages. We say?enjoyment iii the literal sinse of the .wordi;sandi?we quer' tion if -any out?of.theliarge~i ssemblage, in Brookes' 'paddock could say theyydid. not en joy themselves on Saturday last: it must have been itheir. own;,ifault if they did not. We noticed amongst the: crowd'.(which must have numbered abuitieight hliiidred personis): seveiraiof, our 1eanlea g citizeiis .and th.eir amilies. No accidents 'or quarrels :of any kind occuirred to mar. the;day's proceedings.: The programne of sports s as:. liberal one, nihd, 'with-the'i exception of 'i.a -few :even ts, it" wias; gottLhrdogn by seven. o'clock in: thet .evening, and we must ....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

DIED, AT his late residence, Sloane-street, Goulburn     ROBERT CRAIG sen., in the 75th year of his   age. "GONE HOME." FUNERAL.   THE Friends of MR. ROBT. CRAIG JUN. are   respectfully invited to attend the FUNERAL     of his deceased FATHER, ROBERT CRAIG SEN., to move from his late residence, Sloane- street, on WEDNESDAY, the 5th instant, at 5 o'clock.

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LAGGAN. (From a Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 January 1881

LAGGAN. From a Correspondent   RACES came off at Mr. D. O'Brien's on New Year's Day, and :attracted a large number of people of both sexes-in fact, it was the largest gathering that-Laggan has seen for a long time, there being about 300 present. The various events were well contested, and everything passed off merrily and happily. Cricket.-A cricket match was also played on the same day between the Crookwell C. C. and Henderson Brothers of Laggan and Roslyn. One of the brothers being absent their nephew, A. Mc Leod, played in his stead. Crookwell batted with only ten,men. For Crookwell Mc Farlane, who   had great luck throughout his innings, made top score-28, Wilkins taking second place-18, not out - and Collet, 12. For the brothers J. D. Hen- derson scored highest, playing a very good innings for his 19. - C. Henderson also played very well for 15, and J. Henderson for 12. The following   are the scores: HENDERSON BROTHERS:   &am...

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