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TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881

TARALGA. (From our correspondent.) B..and F. BIBLE SocIETY.- The Taralga Branch of this society held their annual pic nic and public meeting on the 6th instant. The picnic is given by the committee to the collectors, who are entitled to bring a friend -so also are the committee-making together a nice party. It was held, as on former years, on Mr. J. 'Witing's premises. The refresh ments were served up at I o'clock and six, in the orchard, it being a beautifully fine day the apple trees formed an excellent shade. During the interval the young friends enjoyed themselves in a variety of sports in the ad ioining paddock. The public meeting took place in the Wesleyan Church, at 7.30, which was very well attended. The meeting com menced by the choir singing one of Sankey's Hymns. The President, Rev W. M. Martyn, reading a portion of Scripture, and Rev. T. Osborne engaging in prayer, after which the secretary (Mr. W. Mc Kenzie) read the fol lowing report - In presenting their report for 18...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, JAN. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881

'': REUTER'S TELfG T RAM?s.t LONDON, JAN. 12. THE debate on the address in reply to the Queen's speech is further adjourned. Lord Hartingdon made an eloquent speech, violently condemning the objects of the Irish Land League, and defending the Land Bill introduced by the government. In the Irish state trials the prosecution for the Crown concluded to-day. Reinforcements for South. Africa have left for Natal. Greece has now definitely refused, to agree to the proposed arbitration unless the basis of guarantee is clearly stated beforehand by the Greek Government. Advices from Carrington's forces at Mafe ting states that fmuther fighting has taken place with the Basutos, who again have suf fered defeat by being repulsed with great loss. Later news from the Transvaal states that Patchestroom continues closely invested by Boers; and the garrison has determined to hold out, having several months' provisions on hand.

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. iT:is stated that some 40,000 sheep have passed over Gundagai bridge the .past week, travelling to the mountains for feed ..and, water; and that 100oo,ooo000 are reported as being on the road travelling for the same re gion. ' ' The resignation of Mr. Thompson :as; member for Queanbeyan was accepted by the Assembly on Tuesday, and a writ fixing the nomination for 24th January was issued by tue Speaker, returnable on the 27th. Mr. Thomas, as before, is the returning-officer, and already we hear of three candidates being in the field. The Legislative Assembly sat on Tuesday for only a short one, but there was a full at tendance of members. After the usual formal business, Mr. Terry introduced a measure providing for the incorporation of no-liability mining companies, which was read a first time. Mr. Buchanan's mot;on, provid-' ing that in cases where the £40 deposited by candidates had been forfeited under the Electoral Act it should be returned, was negatived without a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881

As Parliament will soon be called upon to consider the estimates, it is to be hoped that provision will be made for prospecting the country; but if such omission appears the Government will certainly be remiss in their duty to the country districts, severaliof.which have recently formed prospecting associations, and a large amount of capital in the aggregate is at present represented by such, and already several parties are at work endeavouring to develope the resources of the various districts where the work of such associations lies; and seeing that the whole colony would benefit by the discoveries of minerals being made, the work of prospecting should be of a na tional character. Private enterprise should not be called upon to do the wbrk of the State. A sum of money should be voted, and the various districts that are known to be auriferous should participate in such vote. The expenditure of the same could be en trusted to a Board appointed by the Govern ment in each of the distr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881

Public Notice. ALL BRANCHES OF THIE LATE ROBERT CRAIG SEN,'S BUSI ?8 WILL ISE S . Carried on by his Son, BolsenT CRAIG Jeuc., -- HO respectfully solicits a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed on his late father. : SROBERT CCRAIG, UNDERTAKER, "SLOANE-STREET, GOULBURJ pUNERALS conducted on shortest notice, iu good style and on liberal terms. ROBT. CRAIG, SLOANE-STREET, GOULBURX, House, Land, Estate, Sydney ?re Insurance, and General Age/ SACCOOUNTANT, &c. City Clothing Hall. L. MANDLESH ?, Tailor & Outfitter, AUBURN-STREET, GOUIUR~ (Established in 18605). THE BEST STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. H. DAMSIEL, Hair-Dresser, Barber, & '1'obacoo AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN, Near Mo Connoll's Hotel. Agent for the Sale of Evening Penny Pst. Clearing-Out Sale. REMEMBER! KENNEY THE 8AD D 18 Leaving Braidwofd SHIORITLY ! AND TO EFFECT THIS END IS SELLING OFF !! The Business is For Sale, And is a first.rate chance for a Smart Man. / IEMEMBER, IKENNEY the SADDLER, Braidwo...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881

GOULBEURN POLICE COURT. 1MONDAY, JANUARY I2. BEFORE the Police-Magistrate and Mr. Marsden J.P. Thomas Greenham on remand wasbrdught up for vagrancy. James Lawless, chief warder of the gaol, stated that the prisoner appeared rational enough; and that he had found nothing wrong with him. He was discharged. Pillip Sullivan v. Rogan, a claim for wages. It appeared that owing to the complainant not knowing the christian name of defendant the summons had not been served; order for a fresh summons issue returnable on Friday next. Slaughtering licenses were granted to John O'Neill, Marulan; James Stephenson, Go'ul burn. The court adjourned.

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881

GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL, 'rTHE meeting of the above tookl place :last evening. Present :-The Mayor, and Alder? men Osborn, Caldwell, Martin, Clifford, Hawkins, Wardle, and Jessop. . : ..: : :.The minutes of previous meeting, and also special meeting, were read and confirined.' Correspondence, inwards and outvards' was read; and on the motion of Aldermani Clifford, seconded by Alderman Osborn, it was received. The Finance Report wvas read as follows: ".Wages sheet for week ending 24th Decem ber, i88o, £30 8s; wages sheet for week ending 31st December, x88o, £1i8 6s; week ending 7th January, s88, 'I8 i3s; J. B. Salmon, salary, £5 ; ditto, commission, £iI Is 9d; W. Sibson, salary, 3 3s 6d; office cleaner, i5s; E. Butler, rent, £6 5s; 'T. Cant, cesspit account, £22 9s 4d ~ W. R. Riley, advertising, £4 4s 6d; J. Walsh, ditto, £r I6s; Prison department, metal, £. i6s; J. Buckley, £4r 4s 6; Tlho'bmas Lee, timber, .£7 os 6d; William Davies, store account, 16s Sd; total, £;:: ?iSs 9d." On t...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 January 1881

GUNNING. (From our Correspondeie.) ON Thursday night the Star of Gunning Lodge, G.U.O.O.F., met in the lodge-room. The usual routine business was transacted, and a deputation appointed to meet the deputation from the Sons of Temperance on the matter of medical attendance for the Division and Lodge. One gentleman was proposed for membership. The Orange Lodge also met on Thursday, at the Wesleyan school.room. The attendance was very fair, considering that many of the country members are engaged in completing their harvesting. The meeting resolved to have a Purple Raising meeting nometime next month. Two members were pro posed. Anniversary Sports.-The sub committee ap. pointed to make arrangements for the sports on the 26th January, met at Newman's White Hart Inn on Thursday afternoon. The programme arranged -which will be seen in our advertising columns is one that should bring a goodly number of athletics together to contest the various events. The prizes are very liberal, and it is ...

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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 January 1881

CROOKWELL. (From? our Correspodent.) THERE is ver y little news to report from here ; orops' and reaping seem to 'e the all-absorbinu topic of the day. 'Reaping and Binding 'Machine.-The machine just introduced into our district has been doing very. good work. It is really surprising to see with what ease it gets through its work-cutting and throwing out about ten sheaves per minute, quite as clean and regular as if cut by hand. I have no doubt that, when these labour-saving machines be, come (fully understood, they will then be looked upon as the farmers' best friends. Cattle Registratiou.-Tho system now adopted for the registration of cattle or large stock is prov ing a great annoyance to stoekowners. Forms have not beoon obtainable here, and the want of these, together with suflicient iuiormatiou, has caused considerable complaint. Farmers have had to leave their work at this busy time and travel many miles to attend to this newly-imposed duty. The Weather.-During the last week w...

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NOTES ON MANY THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 January 1881

NOTES ON MANY THINGS, BY CoseMo., THE committee of. the Goulburn Hospital, it ap. pears, as a dernlier resort have published an appeal to the generosity of the public; but, although earnestly hoping that it may bear fruitful results, 1 am afraid they are not going the right way to work, An active set of canvassers-lady, if pro. curable-should be appointed to visit each house and solicit subscriptions or other aid for the insti. tution. Then che list should be advertised in the three local papers; the system of charity, that in culcates the doctrine of not letting the right hand know what the left hand doeth is played out in this city, and if a man " lonates" a guinea to any oh ject he believes in letting the world know it: I may as well tell those canvassers, though, that it is useless calling on me. I have no money, and as for second-hand clothes they would be quite too awfully second-hand for anythinig except lighlting; fires, seeing that all my " togs " are out down for Augustus'...

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SUICIDE AT GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 January 1881

SUICIDE AT GUNNING. THE- following evidence was taken at the in-. quest on the body of a shepherd named Scott,"in the emrploy of Mi. H Best, who (as mentioned in our last) was 'found dead in' a tank with his throat- cut. The inquest was heldlat the residence of Mr. John Setzar, be fore J.:F. Gray.Esq. (district coroner) and a jury of ten. Senior-constable Buckley deposed: °About r' o'clock' on Tuesdiiy I received, information that there was the body of a man laying in a water-tank or dam on one. of Mr. H. Best's selections at Stony Hole; I went out in about half-an-hour's time to the -dam and saw- the body of a man in the middle.of it his shoul ders. and the back of his head were above the. water; he appeared to be quite: dead,; with the assistance of Messrs. Best, whom I met near the place, I pulled him out; there was no one as the dam when I arrived there; I met the Messrs. Best and Mr. G. Patterson at some distance from the daim, and we all went to the dam together and there saw"...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 January 1881

PARLIAMEN.TARY. In tlhe. Legislative Council, on Wednesday the President took the chair at tiventy-nine minutes past 4. The Hon. G. Oakes, :Hoon? W;. Byrnes; Hon. :J. Chisholm, Hon. J.. B., Watt, and Hon. . . Campbell .were sworn, and after wards subrcribed the rolli.: : , Sir John :Robertson said, in answer to Mr. Blaxland,:that the bridge over the Parrami atta River would. be opened foir traffic early in. February, 'and .that the. date .would- be. definitely: fixed' ii a few. days : . The House adjourned at twenty-onie minutes to .5, until 4 p.m n. on Wednesday next. SIn the Legislative Assembly, Ministers aiiswered a niuimiber of qluestions. Mr. Lackej?laid on the table" the'` plans ,and sections of a further: proposed; extension: of the Wallerrawang and Mudgee Railwvay; and Mr. Wisdomn laid on the table returns com piled uilder :the provisions of the District Courts Act.' ' " It was iresolved that the :House would on Thursday go :into 'committee of the' Whole to consider the ini...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 January 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Front Sydney Daily Papers. I LONDON, Jan. I2.. THE communications which recently passed between the Great Powers have resulted in a general agree. ment that joint action should be taken with regard to the Turco-Greek frontier difficulty. A collective note is accordingly about to be presented to the Greek Government urging the adviseablcness of agreeing at once to the proposal made by England, that the frontier question be referred to the arbi. tratiou of the Powers for final settlement at their hands. In consequence of official advices received from South Africa, the Government has given orders that a detached squadron proceed without delay to the Cape, and preparations have accordingly been commenced for that purpose. It is expected that vessels will sail in the course of a few days. Bo?mAy, Jan: 12. The report received here a few days ago that a plot had been discovered among the natives of Kolapore to massacre the Europeans in that province has been positively de...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 January 1881

BREVITIES, RAIN has been general all over the colony. The Maize crops in Grafton district are a failure. Hanlan and Laycock will have a tussle on Monday. Athletic sports will be held at Gundaroo on the 26th instant. In New South Wales no less than 294 pounds are established. At Grenfel, £8,000 was realised for land sold on Wednesday last. The Australian eleven sailed for New Zealand on Wednesday last. A cockatoo parrot, aged fifty years, died at Maitland the other day. 376 immigrants arrived in Sydney on Tuesday last by the ship Glamis. The race horse Wellington has been sold for a thousand guineas to go to India. Mr. John Fraser has given £500 towards build ing a drinking fountain in Sydney. A lad has been arrested at Steiglitz near Geelong for shooting a girl 13 years of age. An insane man jumped into a tank at Dalkey, South Australia, and was drowned, The lightning on Friday last set fire to a stand ing crop near Casterton in Victoria. The state school children of our sister colo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 January 1881

Urookwell Steam Flour 1~Mills JANUARY 1, 1881. A S on lease of the above Mill expires noe Sep t ber and our Partership also ter mates, we be resectfully to state that weo lRll DIS CON NUE OUR PAST SYSTEM OF lIVING CR IT. Ye guarantee CASH for a our Pur. oha ed G and shall require CA 0 P. P VED S CURITY for any go ds 3d0ered d ring this p sent year. A Settleme all out andi ts is requested. ,The EST SILK-DRESSED S? PERFINE end SECONDS FLOUR, BRAN and'POLLARD always on hand at GOULBURN PRICES. COX AND WORRALL. New Year Presents IN GOLD AND SILVER JEWELLERY! C, THOMPSON INVITES special ttent n to his LARGEc AN VA ED ASSORTENT .of L IES and GENTLEMEN'S GOLD & ILV R WAT H S, Ladies' Gold and Si er bee'ts, In various patt no. THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF Clocks, Gold & Silver Sets, Wed ding Rings, Keepers, and Ladies' Dress Rings IN THE TOWN TO SELECT FROM. THE above articles to be had at GREATLY LREDUCED PRICES, NOTE THE ADDRESS: C. THOMPSON,. WATCH M1IAKER &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 January 1881

English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank, H of the above Bank is NO SP L t MARULAN, for the transacon of al u a anking business. WILFRED BLACKET, Manager. Marulan, 15th Dec., 1880. NOTICE. I" W. SOUH ALL, wrill not stand responsibleo I, for aey debts contracted on my behalf wit out :an order bearing my signature, after this. e, W. SOUTBA_ January 8th, 1881. / ATHSI BATHS ! L R. MORAN'S 'BUS A ill start from Thoma Auburn street abo t half.past six in th aorning for McFADDEN' BATHS; at iv 'b k in the evening. arge (there and back) 'Bus, Bath, and Towel, 6c1. City of Goulburn Gas and Coke Company (Limited). HALF-YEARLY MEETING. NOTICE is hereby given the FIFTH HALF YEARLY MEETING of the Shareho!ders will take place at the Company's Office, Clifford. street, at half-past seven p.m., On Friday, the 28th (Instant; To redceive the Report of the Directors for the past halfyear, together with balanceosheet; to appointý two directors, vice Mr. A. A. Kerr and M.J. Charles Gillespie, wh...

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Report of the Bath Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 January 1881

Report of the Bath Committee. TlIn, following is the report of the Bath Committee, referred to in our last issue, the first clause of which was adopted. The re. mainder was ordered to stand over for consi deration. t:ill a future meeting : To the Mayor and Municipal Council of Goulburn. Your committee report that after a careful in. spection they have agreed to the following recom mendations :- 1. That Mr. Mlo Fadden's baths be leased fur 12 months on condition that he make a place for those who cannot swim by a sunk platform protected by a wire rope or rail ;.the size of platform to be to the satisfaction of Bathe Committee. 2. That permanent baths be constructed on a piece of high land situated on the reserve between the railway line and Blackshaw's paddock, above the reach of any flood; the water to be pumped up from the Mulwarree by a powerful American wind. mill. This position would be most central and convenient to a majority of the citizens. They re commend a large bath of va...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 January 1881

WEDNESD Y, 19Ul JANUARY. 3000 Magnifice t 3 and 4 year old STORE ETHERS, From one of the fines stations on the Bland. FIN AY ID CO Have receive instructions to sell by auc on the Public S e-yards, ON s EDNESDAY, JA UARY 19 , At twelve o'eloc 00 MOAGNIFICE T TORE WETHERS, bred n alt Bush cou ry. uyers would do well to note that t so splendid sheep are from Bland, where they have een bred, which is a guarantee that they are thoroug yound; they are also large.caroassed sheep and densely woolled. TEnIs--Cash, or terms as may be agreed u on. WEDNE AY, 19rn JANUARY. 350 Head ry Quiet, Well-bred MIXE CATTLE, From 2 to 6 years, in Splendid Condition. F LAY AND CO. Have r ived instructions irom N. Powell Es . to sell by sue on, At the Public Sa -Yards, O WEDNESDAY NEX , 19TH INST.,. At 12 o'clock, 50 BHEAD WELL.BRE MIXED CATTLE, from 2 to 6 yea s, including a number of First.class Bullocks, Cows, nd Heifers fit for the butcher. In Pens to suit Purchasers. WEDNE DAY, 19TH INSTANT. 150 Well-br...

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TREVELYAN! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 January 1881

TE VEL :YANi ! Having attired?:herself, and banished the sad and troubled look which- seeimedl so. out, of place oi :her. ldvely .young.. features, she descended to the little private. parlor, .where: Lord iTrevelyan .,,was already awvaiting her coming. .. . . : !Zi::? : 'His: lordship. was' seated :by the :;bright. hearth, his gouty foot:rap'ied in !shaivls and reposing upon a softly cushioned chair: :'.His: ,cynical facetivore'a globmyiL discontenited:tex pressioni, qriod his ,browivwere. contrdcted: withl :pain: r: H is; countenaiice brightened,:at, Giraldh's. entrance; and he welcomedihierl with:a fatherly smile : .. You are'pale this morning little sunbeam,'. he said, kindly, 'as she :came up to him, :arid inquired solicitously.;after.his welfare;. '.Last; night's dissipation' did you no more good thant it did me, Iliave hnrt my foot:by. using:, it, so much, my dear. Ah !.I that horrible twinge !' and :he: drew.his: breath' hard:: I'.I' wish; we were back:at the Paik;- child1 i...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 January 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, SATURDAY. In the Assembly, yesterday, Mr. R. B. Smith notified his intention of moving on TIuesday next, " that the Government should take steps for the erection of new Houses of Parliament." Drenching rain with a strong gale of wind continues. A further telegram from Brisbane states that Glassan's diary reports that he left Leichardt at Salt Water Creek, and on returning he found the party dead. He then joined the blacks, with whom he has been living for three years.

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