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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

BUNGENDORE. (From our Correspondent.) THE weather here for the past few days has been very cold; rain has been threatening but does not come, it is much needed. Business of all kinds is extremely dull; people are wishing the railway works would make a start. We think the members for Queanbeyan, Cooma, Goulburn, and Braid wood, should lose no time in seeing that the permanent survey is gone on with. A bazaar, in aid of the Presbyterian church, was held at the old school-room last Wednes day. A good number of persons attended, and we believe something over /J30 was netted. The principal mover in the aff'ir was Mrs. Ross senr., who was ably assisted by some of the ladies. The usual assortment of woolwork, cushions, mats &c., as well as some really useful articles were exhibited for sale. The "lucky bag" was also well patron ised. We noticed one old townsman who had several "dips" in the bag, returning laden with a various assortment That they sold him at the bazaar, And every o...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

.SYDNEY MARKETS. The transactions of the week have' shown signs of ariimation in a noticeable degree, and there seems to be a disposition to speculate in various branches of trade that interest our country readers, and these we will refer to as usual. Wool.-The market is active for this staple and prices are firmer, there are no very large lots offering, but during the week greasy wool has realised up to 9d; scoured, 16/ per lb. Sheepskins.-The market for these gets. firmer weekly, and we quote from 5/d to 7d per lb. This latter price has been paid for best descriptions. Hides.-There seems to be a growing dis position to invest for shipment by speculators, and well-conditioned lines realise from 3d to 3/d per lb., with a firm market. Tallow.-The market is unchanged and. prices remain unaltered. Tobacco Leaf.-Colonial grown leaf well cured meet with buyers at from 4d to 6d per lb., with an increasing demand. Wattlebark.,-This commodity meets with ready sale at from £3 ios to /4 per t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

GUNNING. (From our Correspondent.) EVERYTHING about Gunning is very dull, very. little business of any kind doing. During the last week the weather has been cold, and at times every appearance of rain which is greatly needed, but with the exception of a fair shower there has none fallen. There is every likelihood of one nuisance which was complained of in your last issue under the head of " Gunning" being done away with. That is the traffic on the side walks in Warratah-street, as the person who has "the keeping of the road in repair has digged a drain on the roadside. On Thursday night a special meeting of the lodge of Oddfellows was held to make preparation for their celebration on the 24th May. Not being present I am unable to say what is to be done. The friends of the Rev. Mr. Kingsmill will learn with pleasure tkat he is fast recovering from the severe accident which he unfortun ately met with some time ago. Mr. Kingsmill 'will soon be: able to again take his place amongst his ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

COM IERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, \V cannot report a very great- change. in trade generally. .Things are, 'if anything,: quiet; but.not more so than, at other seasons. of Autumn. There is great room for,im provement in most branches of trade. Wool: We have no .transactions' of' any, moment to report,, and. very little ibusiness has been done during the week. Sheepskins: The demand,.foi these of all kinds is active, and top prices are realized.. Buyers are willing to take any quantity brought forward. Hydes: The market for these is unaltered, and prices are .the same:as' at date of last. report. Tallow : This is. more enquired for, and we quote from I8s. to, 21s.:.-i Wattle Bark.: l'here has been several loads. forwarded during-,the' week, and. have met with ready' sale at from .:2 its. 6d -to. ?2 17s. per ton. This latter, price represents first-class bark. Breadstuffs:. The iaarket is firmer, and prices have' in creased. Best :;flour is worth| a?11 5s., Wheat has :advanced 2,d. per bushel,...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS,] SYDNEY, SATURDAY. DURING the week ending 23rd April the amount of receipts on the three lines of tramway was £r520. A meeting was held yesternight to form a Shipmasters' Association. A code of rules, &c. was formed. John Robertson an old colonist is dead, aged io2 years. A telegram from New Zealand reports that the steamer Tararua during the passage from Dunedin to Melbourne struck on Waipapa Point, North Bluff. The crew and passengers were all saved. The extent of damage done to the vessel is not yet known. Two men named John Collier and James White residing near Gunnedah, quarrelled over some gambling transaction, when the latter stabbed the former, who immediately expired. The weather continues cold.

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

GOULBURI{ POLICE COURT: BEFORE Messrs.; King and C. S Alekander.!.s John .Smith, (on- remand) was, charged :.ý with stealing a gold pin, scarf, handkerchiefs, :,:,s collars, and a shirt, the property of"Edward Cape, froni the Royal Hotel....: - Edward Cape 'deposed::, am .a clerk in the Commercial Bank, Sydney,;: I was stay-=i : ing. at. the Royal Hotel, Goulburn , on the 16th instant; while :there -I :missed seireral'. things from my portmanteau, which- was::in::-:i my bedroom;.they were all right the morriing-..; that I went to the cricket ground, the scarf and gold pin were in. the portmanteaui and:z;: the shirt and some handkerchiefs were in: the: bedroom; the, scarf and pin (produced) are the ones I. missed, as are:the handkerchiefs, shirt, and collars;. I: estimate the value ias. under two pounds; I remember seeing thei::. prisoner at the hotel. . To prisoner: I can swear the pin.produced is mine; I did not see you wearing, the blue; .: tie. The prisoner stated that he had .wo...

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Goulburn Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

Goulburn Post-Office Time - Table, MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FP503 BINDA, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Boro, at midnight daily, Saturday excepten Braidwood, midnight daily, Saturday excepted Breadalbane, at 1.15 a.m, daily, Suuday excepted Bungendore, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday Bungonia, at 1.7 a.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 Coomia, 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 Corrawang, 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 G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

iNew Autmnn c Winter Drapery. IN NOW OPENING N=EW AND CHOICE GOODS! uitablei-for Present and Coming Season. B :" F U VIF I)I S,. MA I A! ii;: .Poplins;: Beiges :Homespuns, i:". r: es, 'Piersi:i Cords, Cost;in e ' ltlis,'and. otlier New Designs N.A ? . i)l -I )"CL H 'I fori Ladieis 'idiigi labits . All. aile and P"rices in WV i NCiC : I l , V . l . .' : WE ARE NOW IN A' iPOSITION TO EXECUTE All Or'dei:? in the Dres.rniaking Department WITH TASTE AND DISPATCH. CHOICE MILL IN I RY1 in :tr?,\ Velvet and Plush H s ; New . FLO:: . L) W.E,: .. and i f.t)i'i- .s :.. . -:i-S :Slendid': Vnriety:'of L ADIIE ' CLOTIL. JACK i S j st opened, f romi5s lid : Ladiefis ? Cliildrei' s. ind GentsII (SII E I .in every Style . shioni New.; Gloves Furs,-Clouds Jerseys, Mit'ts CiuffGitier :'o'tees, ringes Pluisies, , elvets ldle' C tltihs Fl ?iu?, ? , i rp,,nes, Calicoes, Sheertins, &c. THE CLOTHING DE RT ENT IS NOW WE L :STOCKED WITH Everything Suitable for Win ?Wear and Use I N EW IU.,I' for Gent...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. The Pinafore Company,.that has so de lighted the audiences of Bathurst and Dubbo, are going ro give Goulburn a season of their performances in a short time, when it is hoped there will be large audiences to greet them. The following new insolvency is reported: -Joseph Wicken of Grabben Gullen, la borer. Liabilities, ,'56 Ios iod; assets, £5 15s. Mr. Lloyd is the official assignee. On Thursday evening a squad of fifteen men commenced recruit drill under the com mand of Sergeant-major Toovey, in order to fill up the vacancies in the ranks of the Goul burn Volunteer Infantry; and as this corps acquitted themselves so efficiently while at the encampment, we understand that several recruits are anxious to become enrolled as members. About noon yesterday the horse attached to a spring-cart belonging to Mr. O'Leary took fright and bolted; and getting free, it galloped madly away. The animal went along Bourke-street at a rapid pace. Two lads were in the cart at the time; but...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

IT is not often that the leading columns of a journal are devoted to horticulture ; but on the 'present occasion we purpose makirig a few 'remarks, as we consider the season of autiumn '.most opportune for such':a subject. :Hitherto, as our readers may have noticed; we' have devoted much attention to agricul 'ture; and as both 'are closely allied, we. will for once leave the ploughli, and broad acres; arid confine ourselves entirely. to the subject of cottage gardening. Nothing in our. opi= nion tends so much to adorn a cottage .as a neat garden; and as.most persons are limited to space or area, we will consider how such area can best be utilized. The first thing to be considered.is the preparation of the land for a garden. Thisi will depend in a very great measure upon the variety of soil such garden is to be formed and planted on; but we' will, in' order that our remarks may be general, consider the 'soil as of only a medium quality, the surface of which, con sisting, of only a fe...

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. SIR,-I notice that the Maydr has advertized a day for the nomination of an alderman to fillian extraordinary vacancy in the Borough Council, occasioned by the DISQUALIFIcATION of ;Mr. F. Horn; and I further, observe that tat a meeting of the Council on Wednesday evening the Mayor is reported to- have said, in reply to a question by Alderman Mc Con liell whether he (the Mayor) had acted on .his own responsibility,,' I, must refer you to the City Solicitor." Now to say the least of it, this reply is most discourteous; for of a :certainty every alderman, aye, and every ratepayer, -is entitled to: know the' Mayor's gr6unds of action, niore especially in a case which is surrounded with doubt. I.. say ,every ratepayer, because:as each fatepayer has to. bear his proportion of the, expenses incident to every election, he ought to' be satisfied that due care lias been taken not to saddle the city with unnecessary and perhaps illegal expense. All doubt...

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SLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

SLOPS. yj . B Tim. SaToN IN a' previous communication, I made'i casual-:mentiodn of othe ?facti that a ,landlady, ruled:·over the destines;of my be'd and board, and now.v:it is:necessary :that I dshould: iitro ducelherto my .readers 'as MrslMc Cubblen She isia charming:old lady, andpossessed' of acharming-g son, ,whol :is kno: l?wn';to his ,friends and :iassociates = as iL:Barney, IMc Cubben., Barney;i?is a.;l ank i ,:youtlh. -inm build;;.more, ~resemblingi itlier lite lamenhted .Duke'.-o:f =Buckinghaim Ethan "lov`ely young Adonis." He is posseessed of iani artistic.doopI in the. shouldersadnd his knees have a: loving way of knocking familiarly ?against, each.; other; ,Notwvithstanding tliese imperfectionsr Barney proudly,~ dalls thimself a vrolunteer, and Mrs: Mc Cubben also delightsin telling her friends that Barney, is:as non-commissioned private This interestin'g. youth accompanied?- his brothers ;of' the Goullurn'?;:Corps, to i the enc'ampment,I and onhiis. eturn; '.after ,brib...

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AT THE LAND-OFFICE, BRAIDWOOD, On Wednesday, 11th May. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

AT THE LAND-OFFICE, BRAIDWOOD, On Wednesday, IIth May. Country Lots. Lot A, 36 acres, county St. Vincent, parish Bettowynd, adjoining tlhe north boundary of James Hyland's conditional purchase portion No. 127 of 40 acres. Exclusively of a road I chain wide. Lot B, 3 acres, county St. Vincent, parish Braidwood, on the road from Braidwood to MongarloweRiver, adjoining the south boun dary of Joseph Grenville's conditional pur chase portion No. 69 of 40 acres. Lot C, 40 acres, county St Vincent, parish Meangora, adjoining the east boundary of H. Henry's conditional purchase portion No. 53 of 40 acres, and Brice Henry's conditional purchase portion No. 68 of 5o acres. Lapsed conditional purchase of Thos. Byrnes. Lots D and E, 40 acres each, county Mur ray, parish Larbert, lying about 6 chains easterly from portion No. 1i6 of 40 acres. Forfeited conditional purchase of Thomas Hartneady. Upset price IJ1 5s per acre. _A YOUNG lady having heard that her brother had become a Freemason, with t...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, GUNNING, On Wednesday, 11th May, Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

: CROWN LAND SALES.. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, GUNNING, On Wednesday, Isth May, Country Lots. Lot A, rro acres, county of King, parish Dalton, on the road from Gunning to Dalton, lying between James Browne's conditional pnrchase portion No. 276 of 40/ acres, and S. Brown's conditional purchase portion No. 229 of 4o acres. Lot B, io acres 30 perches, county King, pi:arish Dixon, lying between the road from Gundaroo to Gunning and the west boundary G. Reynolds' portion No. 6 of 30 acres. Lot C, 8o acres, county King, parish Mun doonen, adjacent to the west boundaries of M. Hately's condititional purchase portion -43 of 40 acres, and R. Hately's conditional purchase portion No. 142 of 4o acres. For feited conditional purchase- of Jas. Alchin. Lots D and E, 40 acres each, F, 70 acres, county King, parish Narrawa, on and near the right bank of Narrawa Creek, and adjoin ing the west and south boundaries of W. Dodd's conditional purchase, portion No. 22, and the north boundary of G. Pinning's ...

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TREVELYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

I TREVELLYAN The' Marquis clenched his hands. ::His cheeks burned redly,,~:. He looked at Adlow?e as if,fascinated, but did not speak:;;:. : Adlowe's tone ·grew: wjilder:.,_ !i.: ' My lord, 'he cried, :and a :-savage light I leaped to his' eyes., . would you' look; again upon:the facetof; him, who ;tried to murder you at siidnight'it: your sleep eiglteen'years ago? Would:you look.again into the bluai eyes !of. the liojoy jyou?iloved-the :man ;:'you have hated??'??Would you hear him question. l.is daughter :as to the:state of:yoyurt health, the probabilities ':of.a:A lon0gi coritinuance /of your; dseless: life ? -i Say- vould' you see Geoffrey Trevelyai?' i::: : All:tlie evil:,passions, ofýiLord Trevelyan's' heart spra'nguilp strofigand eager, i response. to this "address; like :hounds'slipped' fromi the leash.: Giralda and his loie forf6isher:e:forgotten, The hatred and: vengefulness ~1o6f years'. took possessioih of hisbeing; trighteningiiaway all softeremotions. , : 'Yes;ihe;cried...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

North Goulburn Cash Store, NEXT STAR HOTEL. THOS. A. WAL H AVING opened the above, and obtai ed a General Assortment of Groceries of the Bes r nds Those favoring him with their datronp e may rely upon receiving good value for t eir tlay, as he is determined to sell FOR CASH ONLY. Teas at Is 6d, 2s, 2s 3d, and 2s 6d; and Sugars and other Groceries as LOW as any House in Town. All kinds Colonial Produce bought. Annual took-t ing. PREVIOUS to the a ova t?a Whole of the Large Assortment o GO DS at the TARAGO ORE Will be offered at GREA REDUCT? NS in PRICES FR CASH, in r' r to en me to reduce the present stock. Autumn aLd Wint s Are now daily arrivi g; and, b 'ng of the best quality, will be offere at Immense R ductions r Cash FOR FOURT EN DAYS ONLY I ! Job Lots . Giving away Pric in BOOTS, DRAPE Y, IRONMONGER , FANCY GOODS, &o. JOHN BEER. NO ICE W HEREAS some vii inded persons in Marulan have bee l'kiog certain state ments for the purpose of i uring my reputation I hereby CAUTIO...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. THE French troops continne to march on Tunis, having received orders to proceed direct on the capital. The hostility of a certain section of the Boers at the Transvaal towards the natives who remained faithful to the British is be coming more sharply defined, and increasing anxiety is being felt in the strained .relations between the two. The debate on the Irish Land Bill in the House of Commons still continues, and a great number of speeches have been delivered from both sides of the House. The Bill has also been discussed in all quarters throughout Ireland without gaining much public favour. The emigration clause has been particularly denounced. The total revenue of the Bank of England is I,590,000ooo.

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

ODDS AND ENEDS. One of the largest assemblies ever gathicrid fogether, in the Masohic: Hall; Sydney, vas held lastV Thuisrday evening, for: the purpose, of taliing into consideraftion thl' Chirisde question. :: The Mayor of ' Sydney!p:iesiided; and: the ''ie'ting, whichli was extremely"'en thusiastic, was addiessed by M.. D: O'Connbr; M.L.A.; Mr. H. Crockett ;:'Mr. A. Caieroni M.L:A .; Alderman Meeks; -Mr :M'Elhio6ne M:.LA:; 'Alderman J: D.- Young;-Aldeiraan Dean; Mr. G; H. Reid, M.L.A.; Mr; G. M. Pitt: and Mr.N: Melville, :M.L.A. There vwere three' resolutions 'the` first protested against:; the :iiintroductidii: of Chinese the seconid appoiinted a'deputationi to :fwait upon the ':Government?iin referen6ce to the matter; and thei third thanlkedthe Mayor; for calling thenieeti;ng and ;presiding 'over it: All the resolutions iwere carried unanimously.. A :fire idoccurred at :,a farm, occupied. by Messrs;,Danels, at. Mallalai, South.Australia, ,destroying the., barn, seed .wheat, wagg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

' nte da, BO who is wi to be useful on a rm. ply from two t three o'clock on/he 3rd May at lderman Osborn, Clifford.strt, Goul burn, A. RICE. SAWanted, TW OOD BRICKaIAKERS. Appl to H. V. HOWARID, Towrang. Wanted, A GOOD GENERA.L SERVANT. PRATT, Auburn-street. Wanted. A GENERAL SERVANT. Refere re quired. Apply to MRS. SHEPE D, South Hill. W'annt ad. T GOOD W3 BELY RIGTS; s A OOD GENERAL B ACKSMIT ceus tooed /eavy work. Aptly to A. T. ST E1AT, Wheelwrights, C uton.st., oulburn. W?'anted. A COOK; also, A HOUSEMAID a Girl as PARLORMAID. Apply to ls S. EMANUEL, Lansdowne. WVaiited, A BOY at the Office of the PENNY POST. Wanted, 500 BAGS OF OATS-all kinds. / C. PRATT, Auburn-street Goulb A YOUNG PERSON as HOUSEMAI nd to assist with Children. Apply, Mns. B 1GE, Burge Villa, Goulburn. Wantit e. A UATION as BA lER by a st yan G od r erence. Disen ged after S tJ eday. T. WA , Post-office, Goulbu u. ' san tedl, AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX or HT BOYS. CHARLES GILLESPIE, G OlIrn. Walated, E...

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Village of Larbert. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

Village of Lirbhrt,` THCi following portion oif crown lands is" de" cla'red to be set aapart' as lasite for; the .vill?,ge of Larbert Villag, bounidries of'Larbert. County oi. Murray, piarisli. of Larbert, area about 148 acres. Commencing on the vest ern side of the Shialliovien River, at 'theniorth east corner of Edwivard Bassinigtlwhighite's: id acres being the eastern extretmityof the south side of Sydenham-street; thence boounded:'on the south by' the `south'`side of Sydenha, iim street west 'to the south-west cornier of the village reserve at Larbert i therice dn:the west .by the west boundary 6of that village reserve north to its north-west corner ;'ithence by the north boundairy of that reserve foiirming partly a south, boundary of' portion, No. 4, William Ryrie's i2560- acres,. east : to the north-east corner of tlhe ?illage reserve, thence by the east' boundary of that reserve, forming a' west bobidary of portion No. 4 aforesaid southerly to the Shoalhaven River- aforesaid;...

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