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Cricket.—Fullerton v. Binda. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

Cricket.-Fullerton v, Bin.ds. THaE return match between these two clubs came off at Fullerton on Saturday, the 1i6th instant, and resulted after a close and exciting contest in a win for Binda by two runs and two wickets. It will be seen by the appenddd' scores that Fullerton played with only eight men, three of the Binda:men fielding as sub stitutes. For Fullerton the batting of TW. Armstrong and C. Cameron, with 29 and 19 respectively, was good; and the bowling of Henry and D. Toole was really excellerit. For Binda the bowling of Bell and W. Chris tie, and the batting of Bell and Drummond, was worthy of praise. R. H. Bell captained theBinda eleven, C. J. Cameron doing the' like service for Fullerton; and if the players had followed the example shown them by} their captains much higher scoring would have been the order of the day. I might also mention the splendid fielding of F. Skelly, both for his own side and as a substi tute for Fullerton. Fullerton was greatly weakened by the ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (Abridged from the Age.) ON Tuesday last there was a meeting of directors under the Stock Protection Act. There were present Messrs. E. K. Crace (in the chair), F. Campbell, P. Naylor, H. G. Powell, W.F. Rutledge, and G. Fane De Salis. Mr. Crace was elected chairman of the Board; Mr. Inspector Turner was ap pointed secretary, at a salary of £25 per annum; and the manager of the Commercial Bank, treasurer. The tax on large stock was fixed at 4s per annum; and on sheep 4s per rooo per annum. The rewards agreed: upon for the destruction of animals are as under :-Wallaby (all kinds) Id per scalp:; kangaroo and wallaroo, 3d per scalp; and native dogs, los per scalp. Mr. Crace has again suffered a serious loss in the destruction of a number of sheep by the dogs of his neighbors. Presentation.-Mr. John Gale has been presented with a sum of twenty guineas by a few subscribers. The amount was raised spontaneously by a few of Mr. Gale's friends, and is meant as an expression of th...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. NEW YORK, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. . (Froni Sydney Daily Papers. J NEW YORK, April 2I. :The prospects of the American harvest are unfavourable. The crops have been severely dainaged by frost. SLONDON April 22 .Mr. Gladstone has written a letter to the executors of the late Earl of Beaconsfield's' will,:proposing that the remains of the late nobleman should be publicly interred. The executors have declined the suggestion of the Premier, inasmuch as Lord Beaconsfield has given directions in his will that the ceremony shall be performed with strict simplicity. The wvill also expresses the desire that the remains shall be placed beside those of Lady Beacons field in the vault at Hughenden. CONSTANTINOPLE, April 21 The Turkish and Greek Governments up to the present, have failed to come to any under standing in regard to the details of fixing the new frontier line. Aproposal has now been submitted by the European powers, that a convention of the representatives of the two Governments should be held under t...

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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

CROOKWELL. (From our Correspondent.) ACCIDENT.-A rather serious accident hap pened here this morning to the Rev. C. VW. Graham, Wesleyan minister. It appears that the rev. gentleman, in company with Mr. Joseph Derrett sen., was driving along Goul burn-street in a spring-cart. The horse they were using was young and not well broken in to harness, and while proceeding along the street near to Mr. Camden's the reins broke and the horse rushed off the road to the left, dashing on amongst logs and stumps, when the cart was turned over. Mr. Glaham was struck by the cart as he fell heavily to the ground. He was picked up in an unconscious state and carried into the house of Mr. Cam den, where every attention was shown him and medical aid afforded by Mr. Prosser. After a little while, I am happy to say,-it w~s found that the rev gentleman was not seri ously injured, but had received a severe hurt in the small of his back. Mr. Derrett was very fortunate-in escaping with a slight bruise or tw...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

SYDNEY MiARKETS. We notice from our Sydney exchanges that trade of most kinds sh'odws greater anima tion than it has done for some time past. Whether it 'is on 'accotint of the requirements of such an influx of visitors, or the wants of the Country distiicts, we are unable to say; but -'trade is perhaps in as healthy -a state at the present time as it ever has been since the foundation of the idolony. . Wool.-Owing to the season there are not many sales to report; holders o:f stdcks aire shipping as onportunity offers. ?Any first class:samples offering find purchasers at the following rates ':-~Greasy, 6-d "to ':rio??d; ;washed fleece, 14d to a73d; scoure:d;I4d to 2Id.3d Sheepskins.-An active demand exists, and any lots offeiing are subjected to keen com petition, and there- is i'a likelihood of this coutinuing, we. quote full-fleeced at 64d to 7.~2d, medium5 d to 6d, anid for pelts and short :growvth kinds a correspondingly low rate. Hides are in kdemand fdr: shipment at late rates...

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BINDA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

BINDA. (Fronm our correspondent. ) CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-A tea meeting and concert in connection with the above was held in the Temperance Hall on Thursday, the r4th instant. Owing to various causes it was not largely attended. The tables were pro vided in first-rate stile by several of the ladies belongingjto the parish. The Rev. H. Dunlop presided at the concert. The programme, consisting of instrumental music, songs, read ings, and recitations, was executed in the best possible manner, most of the lady and gentle men amateurs of the district taking part therein. I am not in a position to state the result financially. The Weather.-At present we are having beautifully fine days and cold frosty nights. There is no doubt that Jack Frost'is beginning to make himself felt. Rain is wanted for farming operations. Binda J. C. Races.-These passed off in a satisfactory manner, but several events fell through for lack of entrances. There were very few horses present. H. Carr succeeded in pullin...

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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

Goulburn Prices Current. Flour, fi?i, 111. per ton; Seconds, £10. IWheat, 3 7d per bushel :. . . . Bread, 3d. to 34d. per 2-lb. loaf Oats, 2s. Od. to 2s. 6d. per bushel Maize, 2s. lOd. to 3s Id per bushel iBarley, 2o. G1d to 2s 8d.per bushel lHay, £2 12s. 6d. to £3 per ton Straw, 30s. per ton Potatoes, £2 12s. to £3 per ton Bacon, 4d. per lb. Hanms, $d. per lb. Butter, fresh, 8d.,to 9d. per lb.; salt, 4d. Lard, 3d, per lb. Eggs, ls. to ls. 2d: per dozen ...: Cheese, 3 ;d. to 4d. per lb. Bras, Is. per bushel` Pollard, is. per bushel' Onions, 7s. to 7s 6eL. per ow. Fat Wethlers, prime 78..to 8s. d. : : Store Wethers, .5s. StoreEwes, 4s. 9d to Cs. 3d. Store Cattle, 22s. 6d. to 30s. Ptgs, 3d. tbo 3d. per lb. Beef (retail), 2~d. to 3d. per lb. Auttont (etail), 2(d. to 3d. per Ib. Hides, 7s. to 10s. Gd. each. Sheepskins, 44d. to 5 d. per:lb.; - : Tallow, 18s. Gd; to 20s. pei owt. . Wlattle Bark, £2915s to £2 17s. 6d. per :ton . Poultry-Fowls, 2s. to 2s. 'Gd. per pair; turkeys 3s. Gd. to '...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

GUNNING. (Fromt our Correspondent.) THE Roads Department have at last taken notice of the state of the Burrowa road from the main southern road to the railway station at Gunning, and repairs are to be forthwith carried out. The rough stones are to be broken, and the road newly blinded. There are several other matters about tovwn that require attention before winter sets in,amongst others some means of carrying off the flood water, which at present renders it almost[im possible, "during heavy rains, to 'cross: from the street on either side to the footpaths. ' The fittings for the Post-office have at length arrived, and it is presimed that the business of this branch will soon be carried on in the new building. While, sending fit tings.for the'interior it would have been well :for the authorities 'to have sent.a :ferry boat, or'erected a bridge in front: of-the :offices; but as there is never over,two feet of·:water round the building it does not matter. Gunning is inproiing'in the q...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

OMMERCIE1IAL INTELLIGENCE. B?USINESS durihg the week has shown- more activity, probably on account of the termina tion of theholidays. There has been a larger number of country people in the torn on business purposes than for some time past, and taking the week right through we can report that there are signs of improvement.: - Wool.-VTery little business in this line -is being transacted or account of the season being-passed.. But from present'appearances the coming season's d.lip is full of promise. Sheepskins.'-The market is active for these and all lots brought forward are disposed of at advanced rates; Hides.-There is a fair demand for these for local use and for exportation, and any lines if at all of fair-quality are.readily pur chased at prices ranging from 7s to ros 6d according to condition on arrival. :Wattlebark.-We have noticed a: number of loads of this article during the Week and prices areif anythingbetter, we quote J,2 15s to :2 i8s per ton.' Tallow.-This commodity ...

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HOSKINGTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

_: :=:- H?QHOSKINGTOW~ . - :·'-.. (F , (rom our, Cooreopo'dent.) . THE public-school -annual picnic took place on' Easter M1onday, arnd ?;as a grand succes in every particular. The day was beautifully fine; and about a a.m. it was estimated that ,there were fully 250 persons on the ground. The tisual munificence was exhibited by the inhabitants of Molonglo in providing eatables of all kinds for the occasion; and a highly interesting programme of sports. was drawn up by the teacher (Mr. Neil Robinson), 'com prising 33 competitive events, so that not only the children, but also adults.(maile' arid female) could-partake of the amusements. The prizes for the several events conipri·ed various sums of money from ios 6d down to 2s 6d. The little children ran footraces for toys,' dolls, small sums of money and other articles, while more valuable prizes were awarded to the older boys and girls; such as: albums, riding-whips, necjtlets, leather-bags; &c.; and as the events were so num...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

GOULBUR1N POLICE COTURIT. ,BEFORE .hMessrs. J. G. King, and C. S Alexander. - Jofh I(Kaie, an old :man, gave himself up: for proteetiol aind haying: no means of. sup port, and. was,sent to .gaol fori seven; daiysi pendiig. an applicationx for his admission to the Benevolant Asylum. V-William Harmor.wvas charged with stealing ia pair of boots. Constable Wheally deposed: I. saw the prisoner. yesterday about two o'clock with'a parcel, and asked him what he had got there; he answered--"' A pair. of boots;." :I-:then : told himi to let me see them; he saidhe bought them from a hawker on.:the ,Taggan, Load two days since; I- opened the parcel; lie told me that he- wore No. ·:s,,butlithe boots produced are ,o, 9's and made :bjr; Wood and Co. ; I theniaVested: him on sus- , picton of having stolen the boots, not being satisfied with the account he gave mei.of: them ; he has beien .about the townn thelast threeor four days. - :Charles'Waters deposed: I am: salesmana. at W.T;: Wood and Co's;,...

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To-day's Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

To-day's Police Court. Before Messrs. King and C. S. Alexander. David \Villiams an old man, was charged with vagrancy, was ordered to be sent tqogaol1 for seven days, pending an application for admission to the Benevolent Asylum.: i John Smith on remand, was again brought up for stealing a pair of gloves. Blanche Lumnby, an assistant waitress at the Royal hotel, deposed: I saw Anderson wear ing a pair ot gloves similartothepairproduced, last Tuesday evening; the prisoner has been staying at the hotel about a week; I never saw the prisoner with any gloves. To Mr. Gannon: I have never seen a pair of gloves like these in the bedroom occupied by the prisoner. Joseph Pedley deposed: I am a draper's assistant in the employ of Mr. Bond; the witness Anderson came to the shop and purchased a pair of gloves about a. fortnight ago, similar to the ones produced i sold them to him; a ticket would be on the gloves at the time they were sold; the price of the.gloves would be ss. 6d. To ,Mr. Gannon...

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The Machinery of the Future and the Well-being of Society. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

! ThI I".aboiiffery.-d&"tho Future',.an, the 'ri ;::,:ell-being 'of Society.,.. MR. C. CG. COFFIN has completed his course 'ofsix lectures' before the Lowell Institute. We take the following extract from the closing; lecture of the interesting series :-The topic under consideration was i "The Machinery of the Future and the \Well-being of Society." In his opening remarks the lecturer alluded to-the value of the patent law, and showed liow it had stimulated invention to a high de gree, and claimed that invention is an educa tor, and the American mechanic is a thinker.: His superior intelligence is acknowledged. abroad. Gladstone fells his trees with an ake: of: American manufacture, riot because .its edge is any keener than those' of English make, but because of the adaptability of the implement in lightness and effectiveness. In :the opinion of Mr. Coffin, China .will not cease to be a market for our manufactures, although the Chinese may establish manu factories. Continuing...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

OF all interests in the Colony that are worth nurturing we know of none so important as the Agricultural interest, nor do we know of any that has received so little encouragement from the state. Politicians have, as it were, shrunk from discussing the subject in the House, either on account of their ignorance of the subject, or else from the amount of coercion brought to bear on them by persons interested in other pursuits: but, let what may be the cause, the time has now arrived when the subject will have to be discussed in a spirit of calmness, with the view of bring ing about a change. We cannot point to any country on the face of the globe but what the producers, by cultivation, are considered an important class of the community, and, as such, are encouraged by a Government excepting perhaps in this Colony-and we ask why it should be so? Are we not, as a people, benefitted by these tillers of the soil raising produce ? yes ! and they do it in a measure, in the face of undue comp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

FREY FISE ! F ROMt the N.'.. yish Company, t be hd EVERY T¶I1U I#l LIN SOLn A dNT. ] IVe orial Fund.. A 8 it has beec determined by the friends and follnow.chur men of THE LATE R. JOHN MILLER i . CATEraIST IN T1 CIIUOChi O ENGLAND, Coo' aUNDR., to raio a memorial ov r his remains. solish scriptions to ie same. They wi be kin(y eIived Iby the .en. Archdeac i sonbeI/g lburn; the Rev. S. B. Holt, ooti drf; re und.ersigned, eit er in postgotdp pft.e4.o order, or any 'y cl venient to Ssender; and the receipt of will L;o duly ac I sowledged in the Cootomundi Herald and the oulburn Evening Penny Pose. ho fund will be closed on the lst of Maiy. No lists?ill be taken out. . B. OCARTWIR1 I-T, Cotao undra. BRID E HOTEL Cor er Aubure and Goldsmith Streets. TH erigned aving trkes the Ib oya)otel dA si ne to acqua t the public $f }urn and/ he 'roundilng i?tricts tha any prson givifig hlim call will filn the BES'V'PCON MO D ?ION, REASONAB E CHafiOlS, /UoOD B D d the dEST RANDS of tIQUOR p courms 1...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

BREVITIES, ATTEND Mechanics' to-night. Trying to do business without advertising is like winking at a girl in the dark-you know what you are doing yourself, but no-body else does. The contributions for the month of March to the St. Mary's Cathedral Building Fund amounted to J2682 7s 4d. Baron Von Mueller, of Melbourne, is anxious about Leitchardt, the explorer, and suggests the formation of a party to go in search. The Wagga Agricultural Show opens on the 27th instant. Don't forget the "Sea of Ice" at the Mechanics' Hall this evening. The Borough Council meets next Wednes day evening. .All the gas-pipes in the streets of Goulburn are not yet secure from danger. . Goulburn will soon have a City ,Suryeyor; we hope he will be competent to take levels. Citizen readers-Keep your cows and horses secure !i The football clubs in Goulburn are' arrang ing for a "kick." The Italian immigrants in Sydney, are gradually being hired. Mr. Sands has a number of.important sales during next week, Adve...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. THE citizens of Goulburn are complaining of the manner in which their animals are pounced upon by the police and not the in spector of nuisances. It very often happens that a cow or a horse may get out of a yard through the carelessness of some tradesman, hawker, or visitor leaving the gate open when going to the premises, and it seems strange that all cases are mostly treated alike .by the bench; those who are neglectful of taking the necessary precautions are punished with no more severity than the persons who do endeavor to keep their domestic cattle within control. We hear that a meeting will shortly be-held to consider this as-well as other matters in connection with the recent rob beries and the want of better protection than the citizens now possess. The boy Richard Sexton, that had pre viously absconded from Mr. Gooley, has at last been placed in the hands of Mr. Kelly, of Clifford-street. On Tuesday last when brought before the police court Mr. Miller, of Ta...

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How Artificial Pearls are Made. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

How Artificial Pearls are Made,:... MANY persons have no doubt been frequently_ struck with the great beauty of artificial or imitation pearls. Those who make it their business to produce such articles of ornamen tation have attained to a. high degree of perfection in their art; *:so muich so§ that inl 1862, at the London Exhibition;, aFrenchman who was an adept at 'their' mianifacture exhibited a row of largeý.'reail and .imitation pearls alternately i'and ivithbbt close inspec tion, we are assured, it would have been im possible even for a judge to have selected the real from the unreal. Some translations from French and Gerinai' works on this manufac ture have recently been communicated to. Land and Water, and from these it appears that the art of making imitation peitrls is ascribed to one Jacquin, a chaplet and rosary manufacturer at Passy,.who lived about 168o. Noticihg that the water .after cleaning some whitefish (ZLeuciscs alburnus), a species of dace, was of a silvery appe...

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THE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE AT MONTPELLIER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

THE SCHOOL .:OF AGR·ICULTURE, , AT MONTPELLIER.,; ;/ .,i: UNLIKE the Agricultural School at Grignoni near Versailles; wlhich ihas'miany points of re semblance with Cirencester, the Montpellier establishment on::the shores of the ;Mediter ranean has little practical !interest' forElig lish farmers, for thie cultivationriof* the' vife,' the olive, and tlie:-silkworm, a-re never likely to be attempted in the :British Isles.-: :I may;' therefore, be very brief in my 'description ofi this schoolvwhich 'I -visited the other, day ; arid my only reasoni for writing about it atall' is to show" the: character of 'the e'~courage-' inent which is given by the French' Govehrin ment to agricultural education.' Grignbi' hbhs been in existence for nearly a- century,' -ut the second school, at Grand aJoun,'in the'' Vendee, is of more recent creation; -and the youngest of all is Montpellier, which was only founded in 1873, for the purpose oqgiving to the agricultural population ofthe South.an opportu...

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Goulburn Post-Office Time - Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 April 1881

Goulburn Post-Office Time - Table, MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM BrNDA, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Bore, at midnight daily, Saturday excepten Braidwood, midnight daily, Saturday excepted Breadalbane, at 1.15 a.m. daily, Suuday excepted Hungendore, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday Bungonia, at 1.7 s.m. daily, Monday excepted Canberra, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Carrick, at 2.29 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted Collector, at 1.15 a.m.on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Cooma, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday; and 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday .Crookwell, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Cnurrawang, at 0.30 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday .Curraweela, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Dalton, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday and Friday Fullerton, at 8 p.m. on Monday and Friday Gininderra, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Golspie, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Gundaroo, at 1.15 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted ...

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