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

SYDNEY MARKIZS. The merchants and traders of the metro polis appear for once to be satisfied with the amount of business transacted during the week, although we hear of a few failures. Trade generally shows more animation, and prices in the main keep up to their standard. We notice that the speculative class is in creasing, and this may have something to do with the' better state of things that are ap parent. Fat Stock.-The market is hardly so firm, except perhaps in the sheep line. We quote best beef at I4s; medium, Is ; inferior, 8s to 9s. Fifty-four pound wethers 9s 6d, and other weights in proportion. These prices are what have been actually realised. Wool.-A considerable amount of busi ness has been done in this line during the week, and prices have slightly increased. We quote scoured at i4d to2xd; fleece, I4yd to i6yAd; greasy, ,6/d to rod. Buyers show a disposition to operate more freely than before. ' . SHides.-A considerable amount of busi ness has been done in these durin...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CROOKWELL JOCKEY CLUB RACES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 April 1881

THE CROOKWELL JOCKEY CLUB RACES TOOK place on 'Thursday last. The number of horses that faced the starter in each event was convincing proof that there was a large amuount of interest taken in this pastime. About 3110 specta tors were on the ground The d'y being tfim, everyone seemed to ensjy them.elves. The dci sions, so far as we have learned, have given satis faction to all parties. The day's enjoyment wound up in the evening by an entertainment, when the XLCR Minstrels made their how to a Crookwell audience. The following are the events : Maiden Plate of 12 sove., with a sweep of half.a. sov. each for starters; second horse to receive the sweep; 1& mile; weight for ase. Mir. J. MSiller's b m Needle, 4 yrs. ............... 1 H. O'Keefe's b g Free.Belector, 5 yr. ... 2 H. Care's eh g Binds, yrs................. 8 Members' Purse of 10 sove., with a sweep of half sov. each for starters ; for all horses that never won over 10 sovs.; second horse to receive the sweep; It mile,...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 April 1881

BREVITIES, ROBBEns still at large. The town is quiet to.day. The secretary of the Mechanics' has had a rise in his screw. He deserves it. The railway porters' wages in South Aus tratia are going to be reduced. Wesleyan-anniversary tea meeting Monday night. Anniversary Sabbath-school sports on M on day next, in Brooks's paddock. Oddfellows' sports at the show-ground on Easter Monday. The Marquis of Normanby is rapidly re covering his health. There is a rumour of a medical- journal being established in Sydney under the direc torship of Dr. Belgrave. Great excitement exists in Sydney among. the working-classes at the recent influx of Chinese. This journal will not be issued on Tuesday, our staff are going to enjoy a well earned holiday, which out readers don't begrudge them, we are sure. A spiritualist in London, named Fletcher, has received his deserts in the shape of a year's im prisonment, for imposition. The farmers in the Maitland district have re solved to send their productions ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 April 1881

[REUTER'S T.LEORAM,.] LONDut) , FRIDAY. There is very noticeable improvement iu the health of Elarl Beaconsfield ccording to latest reports of the medical attendants of his lord hip, be had made a decide.d rally towards recovery. The Rev. W. Morley, Wesleyan minister, is dead.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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SLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 April 1881

SLOPS. BY Tax Sxzzot. GOULBURN was roused out of its usual lethargy last week, and some of its inhabit ants so far forgot themselves as to actually become excited-a thing that happens with some of them about once in a lifetime. "The big show was the cause of all this, and if it accomplished no other purpose than annually livening up our slow-going city, it would be deserving of support. As it is, it has proved itself capable of far more than that; and, after last week's demonstration, the man who fails to see the advantages of a town possessing a flourishing A., P., and H. Society must be a blockhead of the first water. The secretaries and committee have all undergone the usual soft-soaping process, and it is scarcely necessary for me to say anything about them; but perhaps a looker on's impressions of some of the circumstances connected with the exhibition may be of interest. You see an affair like the show possesses many advantages, its list of attrac tions being so varied that it...

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

J `'_ c-LOST 0R STOLEN, ABO . 12th March, from Towraeg, Y 'RE, branded FN near shoulder? iteh tail; £ r'ard will be paid if stolen, on onvvo. tion ; o?or if strayed, and returned to F. NICHOLLS, Towrang. 'NECHA ICS' INSTITUTE. "Coming events c at their shadows before them.' SIX N GHTS ONLY! MR. AND MRS. EDMOND HOLL WAY'S Star IfDama c Company. 14 "STERLING RTISTES I 14 ,EASTE.R ON DAY Wil be produced for the fir t time in Goulburn, TIos GROAT SENSATIONAL AMA, IN 4 ACTS, ,: Queen's Evz ence 1 Mans;. . BOLLOWAY as K TE MEDLAND Mai. JAMES MARTIN as GIEB T MEDLAND Mk. BARRY LESTON s b 1SAACS " I've got a 'Heye like a ' agle" S.4pported by the full streogth of t e Company. T~ON'T FORGET-EASTER MO AY ! .1. F Prices : 3s, 2a, is. FREDK. WILLS, goent. PIGEO MATCH On 19th\ a-RIL, ay owing the Gue g Race Mee g, 1 GUN IN F?IRS + TC.--Sweep of sov., 5 bir at S25 ya ds rise. en ral Sweeps to ello J. NEWMAN, White HI t Inn, Sunmng. MILL and STORE THE undersigned begs most respectfully to form the...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Easter Encampment. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 April 1881

Easter Encampment. TAKING advantage or the fine weather on Wednesday the tents at the Middle Head Encampment were struck during the -early m?rning that the ground might be properly dried by the hot sun during the day. The camp was re-pitched just before dinner time. In the forenoon No I Battery was engaged at shot and shell practice from the 68-pound ers and 8o-pounders. No. 3 Battery was en gaged at similar practice in the afternoon, the results on both occasions being good, and the range being about 16oo yards and up wards In the afternoon the men were also employed in pitching the volunteer artillery camp tents, which were all put up. There were between 40. and 50 of them. Great preparations have been made at the Victoria Barracks for the Easter encampment of the Volunteer Infantry, under Colonel Richard son.

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

Easte Holidays. IN order to afford on stoff an opportunity of Il eujying the tiolida usual at this aeaso,, there will be NO IS.UE of the PENNY POST on IUESD.AY hLXT. THOMAS DANIEL. W11ia ed. B-? young person, a S UATION as omestic rvant either iu Ya or Wagg Appl, "BsEtSK[INS, Aubun."stre Goulb ?. Wanted, NERAL SERVANT. pply, C. ITrERIUN HOThL, bL anted, GIRL as General -ervant in a small finily A -no washing. Apply at the office this paper. Wanted, A CO MPETENT PARLORMAD. p at T' 'UOMA' HOTEL It anted, . BOUSE tIAID. Apply by letter FAITHFULL, Sprio.gfiad. T Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX o H' [ BOYS. CHARLES GILLESPIE, Gw burn. n an ted. / 500 BAGS of GOOD SEED an"F P?E OATS-the highest price give- C. I'PATI? Auburu.street. . sWanted, EIGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as ren* tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factory. Apply WOOD & CO'S., Auburn*street. WANT TO BUY. SEED AND FEED 0 , it any quantity. . HO. PRATT, Sloane?.treet. FOR SALE, LRST T PRIZE OANARIES. D. C . Goulbura. To 00U...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 April 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRBSPONDEal'r,] SYDNEY, SATURDAY. A FIRE broke out yesterday morning in a bake house in Oxford-street which was totally consumed, and also three carte. The building belonged to Walford and Sparke, and was insured in the United Company. The carts and stock were insured in the Aubtralian Mutual. A iGeman named Lo-, B.rg had a r,arr w escape ,esterday by the aecldental explosi?i, of a piestl in his a-ands. He was removed to the Infirmary. where it was found that his lower jaw was much shattered. A telegram received at the Cumberland street police."tation gives the names of the persons drowned through the boat accident on the 11th instant, at Broken Bay. as George Cobb and Mary A nt Phillips. A woman (name unknown) was taken to the Infirmary on Thursday night, having been found in Darlinghurst. She was first taken to the pc lice station as a case of drunkenness, and was seized with a fit. She was then remoned to the Tufirmary, but she never rallied,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 April 1881

THE present age in which we. live is marked for progress to a greater extent perhaps than any preceding period. We find in all parts of the world where the English ltnguage is spoken that the spirit of progress is showing itself, in some instances to a very great ex tent,.exceptzperhaps in those countries'wherc the people are ruled by a despotic govern ment; and. even there.industries are being established that were not even dreamt of by former generations. In the colonies that form the Australian grpup we' find perhaps greater progress made (in proportion to the age of such, and the population) than in any other part of the world. Ideas are being developed; and the result of such, when put into practice, have ,so far on the whole re suited in a manner successful which was hardly expected. We find that where one venture turns out, as the world calls "right," others of a similar character are surely entered into. The 'British. nation is noted for its spirit of progress; and this same...

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

Australian Stores, opposite the New Post-Office. WILLIAM DAVIES & Co. Are Now Showing New ¶TEB _GOODS ?TOVELTIES in Ladies' and Children's ULSTERS, from 3s xid to 2 -guineas '? , MANTLES -in Black and Colored Cloths, from 7s rid to 4 guineas New Costu'me Materials from 7 4d to 5s 6d yard NOVELTIES in Fancy Materials for Costume Trimmings WINTER MILLINERY in Seal, Plush, Beaver, Satin, Velvet, Chip, and Straw-in black ,,..'apd,all colors-in leading shapes, amon others the ".MARIE STUART'? and. . :., TAM O' SHANTER." Frerich Chenille Flowers and Feathcrs; the Lates Novelties in Millinery Orn en The Fashionable Plushes and Velvets in all leadi g shapes A Variety of New Chenille Fancy Goods l-Plus and Satin Ribbons in all sha s Black'iand Colored Embossed Velvets rfd V etine for Costumes L-T-he Celebrated Exhib' n d Gloves, in 2, 4, and 6 but ns WILLI-AMV AVIE A CO. , ". ARE i.:: Offering Exceptional Value ! In'i -lin and Fancy Winceys, Wool Plaids, Merinoes, Warm Dress Goods, B...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 April 1881

GOULBURr POLICE COUiR Before Mr. T. Marsden. John Clack was charged with being drunk and disorderly, and using obscene language. Plea, not guilty. Constable Dramond deposed : On Thursday night 1 arrested the prisoner in Grafton.street, in front of Stephenson's hotel; he made use of very bad language, and was drunk and disorderly at the time. Convicted and fined Ss. ; and for using obscene language 20s, or seven days imprisonment. The fine was paid.

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

GOULBURN ITEMS . THEarrangements ?which~.the comm't'e of the Star of the Soutli Lodge ' Grand United Oder of Oddfellowsg. ltave ma le forithe celebration of their hanniveisary.on. Easter Mondaidy next,and at the same time iti cater ing. fur the public amtisementuon so general a 'holiday; irerstich 'as must coinmend the same to all those who can. enjoy agood day's outing. They have prepared a programme of athleticdsports.-which ,'e are assured it is intende4 ..tq carry througlih'in its entirety; and from the interest that seems to be taken in them, as evidenced by the number of pedestrians that are in training, the diffeient foot-races and walking-matches promise to fill up well. In addition to this, the lovers of the terpsichorean have the un usual privilege of dancing in the pavilion on he Agricultural Society's ground, which is he site chosen for the picnic and sports; this oeing the first occasion upon which that commodious and most suitable structure has been devoted to the purp...

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

MARRIAGE.   SAUNDERS — FENWICK. April 13th, 1881, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev.     A. M. Tait, GEORGE ALFRED, eldest son of J H. SAUNDERS, of Denman, to HELEN, third   daughter of ROBERT FENWICK, Sooley Valley,   Goulburn.

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

..! ;.:::-.ODDSI AND.$D; EI :!,flS ·;; THIE MIeSSegenr estates tiht Dr. Moioos? has made such -aiangemehts.that the Chuirh, if it wili, may obtain fh:o :,ELnglanld 'fortilie projedted Melbiouine mission, io n Jume, :s82, the services df"hle Rev GigCep c rbodyaInd the ~Rev. R. IKnox E:itite, the Re v;:?Atl kin, :alid another? missionier of the ev;ingeiical school.?i,:Theicostof bringing ut fouir clegy 'en fromt 1" Eingiland to stay sonic' liee 0or foui , !months is estimated at. ?80oo:.. About: 200 .isp'loifmised, but there is a dillicltyinsaising lthe balance; The Rev. .J..C. I .,Alhalnutt, ho ,i c 'as depti'ed by: tlih'ishopji in coun cil to the arduous task ofi.:ollecting the balance of the i0?.o0 irequired iftoo.bb tain ..a .further .sum ,'of/:·so0o, lplonmisecd conditilonially bl the SGcietifor ti e propaga tion of the Gospeltowardus; anrendowm'ent fund for the diocese,h'as returned to .Mel;: bourilne: ..The ?00oo is now nlmost,;if not quite, subsc.riibed andili paid; anid the g...

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SLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

SSLOPS' .. .........~.~-... - ..... Ij T~iiS ?.?6?:. :!'7.... :;...... :! i BURYING -GROUNDS an-d their surroundings ,ill alwvays.hlave.a2 pecular interest for mne, fand often ivwhenf'ncy lads ?ie I; find-my willing steps turng:inm:tlhe direction of the "silent cities of the depairted." Qne finie morning the :Chilrchic of Einglanid:cemetdry ways'the oiie selected:o fr. a .isit.:- It wias, shortly after daybrek, md, as thepoets w ould say, ~'the': deiwy grass glittered in the mornifing sun'with: 'the'.adiai~dice ofa tolisand Sems ;' but when:I:reached the gates of the cemeteey, allpoetic, thoughts vanished gan •gave-place to: feelings: of ;deep an?ger. I'wis not aware before that it was customary t miake aigistment paddocks: out:of'sucli places but sure enough, I encountered a-man 1ed( i'ng out"6f the grounds a, worn-out- ooling membei of the equine iace wh heliid' passed~ his night!and found his food 4here. Further; : I:can state tl-at the mma whom I saw is niot the only onieiwh5o p...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [FROat OUR CORRESPONDFN'IS.] SYDNEY MONDAY 'At the races to day 15000 persons were present, the weather was slightly showery; the following are the results-Hurdle Race, President 1, Sleet 2, Wrangler 3. Autumn Stakes, Wellington 1, Braid wood 2. Champagne Stakes, Spineingdale 1, The Gem 2, Somerset 3. The St. Leger stakes, Progress 1, Orient 2. The Doneaster Handicap, Rapid Bay 1, Courtenay 2, Black Swan 3. The Trial stakes, Etna 1, Wheel of Fortune 2, Greyhound 3. WVEDNESDAY, Evenoiong The atteodance at Raniwiek today was not so large as on Monday; Hfis Excellency and party were present. The following events passed off well :-Flying Handicap--Somerset 1; Rapid Bay ; West. Country Dick 3. The Autumn Maiden Stalces.-Wheatear 1; Etna 2. Sydney Cup. -Progress 1; Strathearn 2. Sires Produce Shtakes.-Spinningdale 1; The Gem 2. Selling Plate.-Bob Savwyer 1; Albyn 2. Napliog Stakes -Exeter 1; Rupert 2; Emulation 3. TolI URsDAY. At tlhe Agricultural Show Mr. Thomas ...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

BREVITIES. EASTER holidays over. Gate i SBelmore.quare wants new hinges.' The Marulan folks are jubilant at thel gradual but sure development of the hidden wealth of ltheir district. ':The banquet at Marulan last Monday evening was a decided success. . ,The Wesloyau Sabbath-school picnic paseed off in a creditable manner. i No less than three cases of larceny were tried on Tuesday last in the Goulburn Police Court. Who owned the horse that was allowed to grazeo id Belmere.square ? A fair number of spectators visited Garroorigang onMonday last to see the match. The larrikin element at the Mechanics' Hall:last ;evening was completely non plussed by Mr. Smith, the librarian. We commend him for it. 'By a telegram from London we learn that Trickott won the sculling race against Kirby for £100 a-side. i'For striking Mr. Tonkia with a stick Don Msay neo, of the Bathurst Sentinel, has been arrested. :iRobberies are on the increase in Wagga Wagga .just now. S.,The-autumn show of the Wagga Wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

Wac ed, TllD MAN for Yard one that ca Milk. ply HARP HOTEL. ,. Wanat I. A IARRIED MAN as 'ardener, on with fnily of sons used to fa work peferred S. EM 4UEL, Lasdowne. ' ' / Wanted., A IIGOD GENERAL SERVANTS Mns P1kbQ OMBE, Auburn.street. S Wan ted. o oireo a PIANO fo? three mo;ithe. A ppy, Stating terms, GirI Department Phblic School, '0oulburn. Y oend of April, A HOROUGH NE L SERVANT. pply to Mes. E. BUTLE~, Hawthorn, Bourko-street. Wanted, AN ACTIVE GIRL to assist as Gener Ser* vant. Mnlas. CHARLES GILLE PI, Auburn street. A N BINERAL kERVANT pl, - IITERION HOT -y Wanted,. A GIRL as General ,ervant in a sml I family -no washing. Apply at the ofioe of? ot paper. Wanted, • •Wanted, / A HnOU~~~:~SE'4,~~ AI.Apl b ete IoJ, n T Gillespio's Boot Factory, SIX or T BOYS. CHARLES GILLESPIE, G ur. WVanted, 500 BAGS of GOOD SEED and (D OATS-the highest price given.* C. PRATT, Auburn-street. Wanted, E-IGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS ase en. -tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factory. pply WOOD &...

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TREVELYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 April 1881

TREVELYAN. His inquiries proved to be vain and cuse. Less, no one being able to give him any infor mation. . Nothing, renaine!d, tlhereif6reibut to wait for:Bittlyas next -visit to.the ale-house, and to keep. a more vigilant wvatdh' upon' his movement.. > v:4 u: TIhe d-iy beiing on his iinds ivitli 2nothling to doi Ldrd Gro veniror rode dowii to Hamptonwold, spencdiing several hours, with the L-iy Beatrice' iwhom he found dispirited an-d:gloomy., SShe informed him that a pain ful sense of beieavement haunted her inl every iomdnidie: sleepiiglo waiking, and tfiat, iiunable to'bar 'ito Ingr Ishe had written to her:ius - band to paiyiher a seciret .isit, brmgg Rupert Im ? -aiya,?'be ,indiscreet,' she ;said; ,-witli a passionate tremor; of her.voice- that .went to >Grosvenor's l'eart ifl'but ':I'.-aiis nervousBiand troubled aid care-wVorin':I lihave told Geoffrey to .meet me • in ith'e, little Persia'n s'?immei hliouse to-morrowy morning at ten. He- Ile-will be theere2.-Ol;htliiti...

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