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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evening Penny Post [PRI5TED BY STEAM?] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNoON It ,s the only Penny Paper published in. th, Southern Districts. It has the largest circulation of any paper south of Sydney, and is a first-class advertising medium TERIMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 12n. ier Annum, or 3s. per (Qulrtler In dcArcvanlce. Any subscriber wisbing to decline the pape. must do so at the end of the quarters terminatint in March, June, September, and December, is writing, or will be held responsible for the amoun' of their subscription. JOB PRINTING : The Evening Penny Post Steam Machine Printnn. ,ffice is the CHEAPEST OFFIOE OUT OF SYDNEY lob Printing. Orders executed at the shortest notice. Agensts Queanbeyan....................E. P. Longh Canberra .....................E...... . Booth Gundartno ..................H. J. M.Grath Gininderra .................G. Gilldspie . Guimiing;... ..... :,;; ..... J Bell th'too ..; ....;..........Wi....oJ. wh...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

BREM V 1%ITIES. Alderman :Horn.is better this morning. 'Tlie Waga ga-;dioertisen censuresL-obe of the members-for-the Murrumbidgee in their isuie of Situirdiy last. i , " gas rn ,aggaiWCagga for the first time on Thurlsdaf last . 2i 8r4 acres were conditionally purchased at theCooma land-office on Thursday last :Horse sweating'--appears. tob-e a: favorite pastime.with some scoundrels in the Coomi district. - The races at .Bomlbala on Tuesday last re sulted in a success. The continuous dry. weather, is causing great anxiety among the grazers' ani farniersi in this district, " • " -Lanbing has -comimencedi thie iverina district. ..Coiistable Campbell's child did not fall out of theiperambulator, as-reported; :in-:thiis journal: 'a forthikh~'since. O'.ur.i ...iorm ..a' s " at~sea.'[,. aMr. a. , Ke'r, the well-known druggist of Auburn-street, wishes it to be understood thathe-is not the !:persont that fig?redin the pi- 9ort' iniithei case about the pigeons :recentily." - -- - ---* ThdMe...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CONSTANTINOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

CONSTANTINOPLE. Information from the forces under the command of Dervish Pasha states that after the repulse of the Albanians near Uskup, the Turks pushed on towards Presrend and en countered no further resistance.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

ODDS AND ENDS, A Cooara exchange is responsible for the following :-It appears that for the past fort night a selector named Charles Robinson, residing at Hugundra, has been disturbed at night by unearthly noises, and wrappings at the bedroom door of his children's sleeping apartment. He acquainted his neighbors of the unaccountable occurrences, and of course was laughed at by them, they averring that it must be superstitious fancy of his. How ever, as the man seemed so very earnest and troubled about the matter, Mr. Robt. Evans, of Kiah Lake, together with four other men determined to investigate the affair and con sequently repaired to Roberson's house on WVednesday night last, with the determination of having ocular demonstration on the sub ject. So soon as they entered the haunted chamber, a violent tapping was heard under the bed where a large empty box was placed; the box was of course dragged out and found to contain nothing, and whilst commenting onh the strangeness of the k...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLLECTOR BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

'COLLECTOR BREVITIES. HIAL1-A-DOZlli jockeys in town.;" -Raleds lon iTuesday-- a large Tgathering eaxpected.-- . The nightschool is a failul:e.: The wive'ither is very unseasonable--tioo i dPlo hfigt' at ' a stand- still-ground" too • . ' . :' : !:.' ". .";,~· 1 i ' ·.." ,? 'A! At night time the recreatioi grouind :is turindilinto an'ii;'agistment Ipaddock--a: !iew lock required. Tons ~of quinces are rotting on the trees this 'year, hey don't pay for cartage. Some ofi'.our roads need repairing before ti ?eipth ofi winter when will tenders be Important to hlorse breeders.- Mi'. Jacob Baxter has purchased.the well known draughi stallion "Native Hero,' he will stand here next season; There is a good opening for a first-class coaching stallion in this district.: . The names of sixty children appear on the roll at thie public school, with an average attendance of foity-five, an evidence that the teaching talent is appreciated. Repairs to the public schoolarestill delayed, consequently th...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

[REU[TER'S TELEGRAMIS.] LONDON, MONDAY. NEWS from Natal states that the Boers openly express much hostility towards the British, and another outbreak of hostilities is feared. The French troops lately landed at Bowa have crossed from Tier and entered Turean territory without opposition.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

S QUEANBEYAN. (Abrildged fronl the Age.) THE arinniversary' of St. Gregory's Guild, Queanbeyan, was celebrated on Wednesday eveing last by , grand ball.in the hall which had done duty during the week for the bazaar in aid of-'the::coiivent. The decorations of the hall were left undisturbed, and were seen to greater advantage when the hall was less crowded. Several of the fine pictures with which the bazaar was furnished were lelt hanging:on the walls, and quite'a canopy of flags hung oveihead. The arrangements for the ball were. excellent; and Mr. John Lee acquitted himself skilfully asinaster of cere monies. Dancing wivas kept up. with great vivacity to the music of-half-adozen brass in strunments, clarionets, and picolos in the gal lery,: anrd about thirtjy-five:couples were in at tendaiice.- About imidnight the dancers re paired to the Oddfellows' Hall :for supper, This, like the banquet on Monday, .vas prn vided by Mrs. Graham in a style quite equal to' anything: seen in Quearib...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

CROOKWELL. ' (Fro?n our Correspondent.) THE WEATHER.-The weather for some time: past has been very dry, and is now delight fully pleasant; but not at all acceptable to our farming men, who are anxious to get on with their ploughing, although they find it very difficult to do so under the existing dry weather. ' WALLA1y DRtVE.-On Saturday, the i6th instant, our sportsmen determined to make another attack upon the marsupialian pests. For this uripose ~ ur knights of the trigger met at the home?stead of Mr. James Poll; and Mr. G. Watman was appointed captain for the dyy.:id Heplaced his men in position, and then sent out the drivers to hunt in the gam'e: iVWer ,'ieinformed that a really good dayi's spiort w'as indulged in, which resulted in the destr6ction of 130 wallabies. The scoring was as follows:-Messrs. R. Bensley an'd J. Willis, i7T each; H. Worrall (half day's .shooting), J. Waters, and Thomas. Gingham, I- each; H. Bensley, 2o; J. Broderick, 9 James Poll, 8; W. Bensley sen. and...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 25. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 25. BEFORE Messrs. King and Alexander. Mr. Gannon applied on behalf of Ellen Brogan, of the Wheat Sheaf Inn, Collector, for an extension of her license to the race course at that place. Granted. George Styman was charged with being drunk and using obscene language. He pleaded guilty, and was fined-for the first offence 5s, and for the latter I5s or seven days in gaol. Francis Dunn was charged with being drunk. He pleaded guilty; and it being his second offence, he was fined ios. or three days in gaol. William Harmon, on remand, was charged with stealing a pair of boots. William Brabham deposed: On Thursday morning last I bought a pair of blucher boots from Messrs. W. T. Wood and Co.'s, and took them with me to Mr. Sands' sale yards; they were strapped to my saddle; I was in the yards about a couple of hours, and when I came back they were gone; the boots produced are the ones I purchased; I never authorized anyone to take them; I gave 8s 6d for t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

Tailoring Establish ent, AUBURN- STR T Tweed Suits to icnsure. well shrun, £3 3s to £5. S BUSHMAN'S Tailoring and 0 ESTABLISH MFT, OLD ARG(US OF WEEKLY PAYIMENTS TAKEN. MILL and BTOQE THE undersigned begs most resp Ifully to oform tho iohabitants of LA d-- a the iferenut surriounding districts,- t lie has R' DoN LlEASl THE MILL Ae ~TOP.E; andrerets :very much the inconveois to the pu i used thlilgh the Mill be g losed for e 0 s50 repairs at thi"seasodn of the year. But as e'xpense has beesispared in thoirsughly over. basingS th l? Machinery, with some new oaddsd, to fasci ate the dressing of; Wheat,. this--tsgether wits my lsng practical oxpcriesice-I trust, will be sulicienit to warraut a fair share of support. -No Damaged or bmutty Whlea'ttakeord in. o. 'Your bebdiedtseryant, .:.: . NO. MILLER. A.pisl 11, 1811, S. OROOKWELL . Steam Flour M1ills HplIE ERST i' PERFINE and SECONDS L FLOUR, POLLARID, and BRA alwavys on hanld o At Goulburn Price . GRINDING, 9l. per Bu 1L •The Best FInu...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

Ohurch of England Working Ien's Literary A .ssociation, A fair number of members put in an appear ance at last'night's meeting of the above so ciety, which was held in the usual place. The chair was occupied during the disposal of the preliminary business by Mr. G. Gregory, who on the arrival of the Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Ir vine (president) vacated the position in that gentleman's favor. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed, some names given in for prepared addresses and essays, and one gentleman proposed for mem bership. The special business of the evening was the reading of contributions to the soci ety's journal. Four papers had been sent in, which were read by the sub-editor (Mr. H. Pinn) in the following order:-" Wit and Humour," by Zany : "On Gaming," by Fan Tong; ."Iron," by Auburn-street; and " "A Bit of a Yarn," by T''ommy. Most of the productions were subjected to a considerable amount of criticism; and as some of the sub jects treated on afforded ample scop...

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TVESDAY, AFRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 April 1881

TVESDAY, AFRIL 26. Before Messrs. T. Marsden and C. S. Alexander. Charles McPherson, a young man about 17 years of age, was charged with vagrancy. Senior-sergeant Fenton deposed: Shortly after 6 o'clock this morning I found the prisoner and two others sleeping in the open air at the back of Blackshaw's willows, with only a blanket over them; the two he was with are suspected thieves; on questioning defendant he said he came from Sydney a few months ago, and had done a little work out at Wheeo, but had been,in Goulburn the last fortnight; I then arrested him on a charge of vagrancy and having no means of support; I found a shilling and two knives on him; the place where I found him had all the appearances of a regular camp. Constable Whealy deposed: On' Sunday morning, the i7th instant, I found the prisoner and five others camped on the bank of the Mulwarree amongst the briars; be tween 8 and 9 o'clock on the same evening I found them there again, and concealed myself for two hours a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

GOUILBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evening Penny Post [PRINTED BY STEAM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNUON 'Tt has the largest circulation of any paper south of Sydney, and is a first.class advertising medium TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 12a. per Annsuma, or 83. per Quarter .n Advosnce. Any subsoriber wishing to decline the pape, must do so at the end of the quarters terminatint o Malrch, June, September, and December, in writiry., or will be held responsible for the amoun* of th~,: .a.lcriptiou. JOB PRINTING : •The Evening Penny Post Steam Machine Printin. t0ice is the OCEAPIST OFFIOE OUT OF SYDNEY Job Printing. Orders executed at the bshortest notice. Printed as publiisaed by Tholna Danies, sca proprietor, at the Eveening .P tny Post Odi,, Auburnistreet, Goulburn

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 26. . [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

GOULBUBN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 26. BEFORE Messrs. Alexander and Marsden. The case against Richard Morton alias Fletcher and George Harris (two strangers), for stealing three l.-notes and a purse, the property of Samuel Percival of Queanbeyan, was resumed. Thomas Barrett, re-called, stated that he did not take any money from Samuel Perci val's pocket; Charles Percival assisted him in carrying his brother into the house. Samuel Percival was again placed in the box, and repeated the evidence that we pub lished in our last issue, and added: My money was in a portmonie, and there was also a return ticket to Queanbeyan mn it; I could not say that I saw prisoners in the room; I recollect leaving the room after playing a game at billiards, and going down the town to Christy Last's and having a drink with "The Novice;" I don't remem ber much afterwards until about six or seven o'clock, when I found myself in bed at my brother's place; I remember coming with my brother to Ser...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

(Eai~TER'S TICLEGRASIS.]i~ - ' LONDON, TUESDAY. ' Mr: Dillon delivered a speech in the House of Commons condemnatory of-the. Land Bill, and said that wholesale arme~d resistance would be made to any futuire evictions in Ireland. In the House of Commons Mr. Bradlaughb offered to take the customary oath. Sir Stafford Nothcote then moved that the House refuseto admit Bradlaugh being sworn. An animated debate followed and the motion was ultimately carried by a majority of 33. Messrs. Gladstone, Bright, and a large num ber of the Liberal party voting with the minority. In spite of the decision, Brad laugh persisted mn endeavouring to take the oath, and the Speaker ordered his arrest. The House then adjourned, after'which Bradlaugh was taken into custody The funeral of the Earl of Beaconsfield was very largely attended. The remains were interred beside those of the late countess of Beaconsfield, in the parish church at Hughenden. The Prince of Wales, the Duke of Connaught and Prince Leopo...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

'elegraphic Intelligence [FRHON OUR CORRESPONDFITS.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. TH£E immigrant ship Blair Gowrie was off thiecoast yesterday, and all was well on board. At the,annual meeting of the Mutual Pro videit lInsurance Society, yesterday, the re port. was unanimously adopted. Professor Smith and Mr. G. .A. Mlurray were elected directors. Mr. R; F. Gilfillan was elected auditor. ' Early this morning a fire broke out at the Haymarket on the premises of Mr. Collier, saddler, threatening the destruction ofa large amount of property.. . The building being old caused .theflames to spread with great ra pidity, but through the exertions of the fire men the., conflagration was confined to one building, which was completely gutted; and a woman and her infant narrowly escaped. She was reschedwith much difficulty through the windows. Another presentation has been made to New'South Wales by the Straits Settlement Commissioners at the Melbourne Exhibition, comprising articles illustrative of the p...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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TREVELYAN. CHAPTER LII. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

TREVELYAN. CHAPTER LII. Not a sound broke the stillness during that night of watchfulness at the Pencoed inn, that Lord Grosvenor did not hear. He was keenly alive to every whisper in the rooms, every creaking of the floor, every footfall in the courtyard or the paved street. Yet des pite his expectations, Lord Adlowe did not make his appearance. In truth Adlowe did not dream that Giralda was at Pencoed. He had continued his journey to the house in which he had left his captives, and to his consternation, discovered that the front door was open. To rush up to Giralda's late chamber, to discover that she had effected her escape with her brother, and to rout the two sleeping jailers was the work of less than a minute. His rage may be better imagined than de scribed. It is enough to say that it was keen, bitter, and terrible. He sat down on the doorsteep, almost para lyzed with wrath, and glared at Mrs. Bittly and Wigby in a manner that made them both quail. 'Where is she ?' he demande...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

A GOOD GENERAL SFRVANT. ?ne. O. PRATT, Auburn.street. / - antedl, A/ GENERAL 'RVANT. Apply t KING, Hillaide. BVanted. / A GENERAL SERVANT. Refernus:re. .quired.- Apply to MRs. SHEyiERD9 south Hilll. T GOIlD WRLsELWRIGITS; , A OD GENERAL BL CKSLMIT- acus ne/tomed y work. Apply to . . ND T. BrT " .~, XVheelwrighlts, Clinton-st, oulburn - e ased. / A COOK; also, A HOUSEMAID ar?as Girl as PARLORMAID. Apply to/lis. . IMANUEL, Lansdowne. WVanteld. : A BOY at th. ffice of the PENNY POST . Wanteda,/,, :.i.: ,A:.. 500 BAGS OF OiTS-all kindgA-i.. C PRATT, Auburn-streetGol?stn. .s . Wanted,, A GENERAL SERVANT. Applf/M. B OLLOWAY, Auburn.treet. WYanled " AN INTELLIGENT YOUTH to noopt and dleliver orders; must be accustf to horses. Apply J. G. BOLLOWAY, Eu tore, Auburn-street. '.. ' . - anted,. A YOUNG PERSON aos HOUSEM and to assist with Children. Apply, M.R E, Burge Vill,, Goulburn. A -ITUATIONas AKER by ady man* - reference, gagedft Saturday T WA Ptoffice, Gburn. Wanted, T Gillespie's Boot Fa...

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Goulburn Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

Goulburn .Hospital. A SPECIAL meeting of the committee of the above institution was held on Tuesday even ing in the board room to consider the appli cations for the offices of superintendent and matron. There were present- Captain Zouch (president) in the chair; and Messrs. Caldwell, Fitzgerald, O'Brien, Gillespie, Martin, Dr. Carroll, and J. T. Gannon (hop. secretary). The minutes of the former meeting were read and confirmed., The honorary secretary reported that the commit tee at a former meeting.: had gone through the whole of the applications received, and had reduced them down to three-viz., those from Messrs. Saunders, IKirby, and the 'pre sent superintendent. A conversatioinal dis cussion took place, in which Dr. Carroll"and Messrs. Caldwell, Gillespie, Martin, and Gannon took part. The committee seem ingly were of. opinion that the present.super intende.,t and matron should be allowed another trial; when Mr. O'Brien- moved, in order to test the feeling of the conimittee, th...

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 April 1881

: ... . GUNDARoo. ..: ., ON Easter Monday.a cricket'miatch' betweeni the married and sihgle men ofi tle Yass River, club, or as' everyone expressed it" bet eenr ithe? "old :and'the 'youig fellows." After the first innihgs'luncli took :place'in a booth .ercted for, the purpose by Mrs. Petty There::was a go6dly nihmber of spectators preseit, and all appeared to enjoy themselves immensely.: After::the nmiidtch was'over'Mr. and ;Mrs.; A: Leary kindly invited their friends to their:house to partiakeof an:: excellent supper,:and then yolung arid old made them selves at home,;and daniced till sunrise.next morning. f; The: host'and: hostessI deselve greatipraise for the excellent mianner in which everything:.was .carried out. .Followinig are the scores:-- : i.::; .i : : !::i . :. ::: MARRIED MEN. ,":: :;,.. ; First imingso. : Se:: eoond innings.: JohoLery, int outhm,,. 32 ,r :W. Leary "':*f B. B3irohmaste~ o Wilkiai n ...3....... b Yok 0,... "O Jras.: di th, i'Y r ...k 4 r"?? out .... O A. ...

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