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

Wanted. A )K and LAUNDRESS; also, BOUSE. IA Apply to MRS. DAVI , Elsmore, rCA

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 April 1881

DIED, AT Temora, on the 24th of April, after a long and painful illness, MARY ADELA JANE, daughter     of JOHN and KATE HORTON ; aged 2 years and 10 months.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Goulburn Post-Office Time - Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

Goulburn Post-Office Time - Table. M1AILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM BINDA, at 8 p.m. on Monday, WVednesday, and Friday Bore, at midnight daily, Saturday excepten Braidwood, midnight daily, Saturday excepted Breadalbane, at 1.15 a.m. daily, Suudayhexcepted 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 Cooma, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday; and 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Orookwell, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, end Friday Currawnang, 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 Fullcrton, at 8 p m. on Monday and Friday Giuinderra, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Golhpie, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Gundaroo, at 1.15 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted ...

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TREVELYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

TREVELYAN. 'Proceed with your story i' interrupted the Marquis. The men whohad brought Negwyn from the carriage laid him on the bamboo lounge, by Peggy Willsey's directions; and Peggy herself propped him up so that he could command a view of his audience. " 'My lord,'.he said, addressing himself to Lord Trevelyan,.and speaking with: all the solemnity of truth, ' you have been a deceived man all these years. Mr. Geoffrey never did the crime with which you charged him.' 'But I sawhim with my own eyes !' cried the Marquis fiercely. Negwyn went on, not heeding the interrup-i tion. ' My lord, .on that night: eighteen years ago, Mr. Geoffrey Treveiyan and Lord Adlowe were sitting in my lord's chamber, when I entered the ante-room adjoininig, un seen as I thoiught by either of my young masters. Lord Adlowe had been brewing a punch,:and Isaw him turn aside and pour into his .cousin's glass some liquid from a small phial;, which h~ie brought out from his pocket I said nothing, not thinking t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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NO. 4 GRAND DIVISION, SONS OF TEMPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

NO. 4 GRAND DIVISION, SONS OF TEMPEIRANCE. THE half-yearly session of the above was held in the Temperance Hall, Goulburn, on Thursday evening, April 28th. Precisely at four o'clock the G.W.P., Brother Thomas E. Connor, called the assembled members to order; and.the division was opened in strict conformity with the beautiful ritual of this branch of the order. It may not be out of place to mention that in the organisation known as the Sons of Temperance there are three grades namely, the Subordinate, Grand, and Na tional Divisions; the Grand Divisions being composed of those members only who have been through the chair in the lower or sub ordinate divisions, the National Division (the highest branch of the order in the colonies) being likewise composed of those members who have been elevated to the chair in the Grand Divisions. Representatives from the subordinate divi sions at Young, Gunning, Queanbeyan, Crookwell, and Goulburn handed in their credentials to the number of ten. Thes...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. J LONDON, April 30. THE Queen proceeded to Hughenden to-day and inspected the vault where the remains of the Earl of Beaconsfield were interred on Tuesday. Much excitement has been caused here through the sudden and extraordinary increase in the cases of smallpox which set in towards the end of last week. The disease is now epidemical, and great alarm prevails in London and its environs. The extreme section of the Radical party, in Parliament and through the Press, have commenced an agitation against the proposed national monument to the late Earl of Beaconsfield. It is expected that when Mr. Gladstone introduces his motion on the sub ject in the House of Commons next week, an amendment will be proposed. LONDON, April 29. In the House of Commons to-night, Mr. Gladstone gave notice that he would, on Monday, introduce a bill for the purpose of amehding the form of oath at present re quired for members of Parliament. LONDON, April 30. Another ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (Abridgedfronm the Age.) THE members and adherents of the Presby terian Church in the Queanbeyan district, who have for some years been without proper pastoral oversight, are about to take steps to secure the settlement of a minister in the charge. Latterly the Church Extensioni Committee have by their agents supplied the pulpits with tolerable regularity; and it is now proposed to give a call to the clergyman at present officiating in the district (the Rev. R. A. Steel, M.A.). For this purpose the Moderator of the Goulburn Presbytery (the Rev. R. Jackson, of Yass,) who is also Moderator of the Queanbeyan Kirk Session; has appointed Wednesday next for a meeting of the congregation for a moderation in a call, with the understanding that the name of the Rev. R. A. Steel is to be inserted in the call. The meeting is advertised to be held at St. Stephen's Church, Queanbeyan, at 7 p.m., on Wednesday 4th May, when no doubt there will be a large attendance of persons interested...

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BREVITIES. TRADE very quiet. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

BR1EVITIES,: TRADE very quiet. The very Rev. P. Dunne is indisposed. Smallpox is on the increase in London. The works at the new gaol, Goilburn, ar: progressing satisfactorily. :, Mr. Voss has returned to Goulburn, and looks well after his trip. The police district of Goulbuirinit hs a population in round numbers of i6,870 souls On Friday last prayers were offered foi rain in the several churches in Young. :.., The Newcastle people are much excited on the Chinese question.', ,: 1200 woo as paid in dividends:ast week -it Ballarat, Victoria. ' ' .' The Theatre Royal in MelbobrnE is to be fitted with patent American chairs: The nortlh-eastern 'distrid t of Victoria is again placed under police,surveillance. ::i The electric light in. Melbourne is a.great. success. STIe Bourke Jockey Club'si.Races' on St urday last turned out most successful. Navigation is stopped on tlhe Darling ywing to.the falling of the rlver. - . .. The prizes awarded at the late Goulbitrn show, will be han.ded ove...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

*:0: [urEUTER'S .T!PLEGRA3SIS LONDON, MIONDvw . THE .*gntsof 'officials of the irish Land League,lave,1ately been displaying suspicious, activity in the vicinity of Dublin. Certaitn facts havingicome to the knowledge of the authorities, have led thle government to pro claim 'the county a disturbed district;:and a numbefof iimpodrtant arrests are imininent. The, latest intellige!lce from the Fi'ench' General stat's i tl t h is' no?v acdvancing upon Tunis, and desultory fighting has taken place betweeni tli`h" French" outposts:' and bodies of' Tunisian ft'roop's ;' but: the losses on: either: side are very stight.

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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

1CROOKWELL. (From our Correspondeit.) AUTUMN.-- Our weather at this time of the year still alternates between warm and some times extremely cold, but still very dryivea thei. The clouds at times gather-round ;in blackness and raise hopes of coming rail; but again they disappear and still.leave our farming men in need of the much-desired rain. The land out here is still unploughed, the wheat not sown, and thle grass is becoming v?i?vry poor and scarce. The prospects of, the coming winter are not of the most cheering description. i New Wesleyan Parsonage.--The contractor for this work, Mr. Williams, is makirig goSd prdgress with this'building. It now begiins to assume its proportions, and we are in formed by the contractor: that he intends to complete his ~work this month. When the: whole work is finislied, in accordance with designs, it will reflect credit upon our We? leyan friends, and at the same time prove an ornament to our little towivn. Comiing Eventi-s--We understand that :th...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TUDSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

Telegraph2ic ±nteltlienlce l :FROM OUR CORRESPOND]-i H2] : ::..." SYDNEY, TUDSDAx. THE Public Works Department , hanve matured a ,scheme f'r the intioductidton .of cheap iaihlr faresi, to meet the requdirements of artisans and others engaged;,in building operations.alng the, lines: i . The Atheneum, a new literary club, was formerly opened,: yesterday, in the presence of a laige'inuiiber'of members. A telegram, from. Wellington states that the survivors of the: wveclked steanier Tararua report.that the vessel's course was altreid by the captain under a mistake regarding his position upto: i late .hourion Fridiy after nbon. 'Peisistent efforts i'ere made to 'effect a landini~ 'jii'.the surf o as too :he-vy arid several nien'were diowndhed in the httenipt. No vessel could approa'ch thewreck iand the people ashoie. ,were..,poweilees s to render assistance the vessel went downabout !thee o'clock and all aboard;:were drowried with the exceljti6of' abhout 2o persons: . : At the Homebushn ...

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BINDA. (From our Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

.,BINDA. :.· r. S (Froi our' C'orrespotdent.)".' '. .' CRiCKIETMAr1.Ch.eThe rheturfi machl. be tieien the Binda aind Fullerto n C. .Clubls toolk 'place at Bind? :on Satuiriday, thl, 3oth? April, and proved:to be the bestmatch played by' either club this season.:: These clubs ha-y ing met. tvice before this season, and'.each liaving:scored a win, the present contest was to'decide'iwvich should. liave theli' ila i' Aft etr a very' close and exciting: contest victor-y was declared in favor of .:Fullerton by two runs. Only one- innings eachi.cbuld ,be played: in the tiine. .-;The!Binda team were tlie first at the Wickets, and after a long stand were diS posbed df for the very creditable score of :i9, out"of which' R. H. Bell contributed 25; -H. Dunlop i8,and E, Bray ix.:' It was thought by 'many that this score would inot be bieatei:'. The. Fullerton men, however, mainaged to do it by two runs, making a total ::f -I, JI; . Cartwright (46), W. Armstrong (27), M. Cart irright (7),;" ad ,J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

GEi AL SERVAh . pply a young person, D ?I?SSMA.KING, It home oi* to go- ou8 by thel ay. For' p t ioulars pyto MRS."LANSDOWB 'VAubunplystre?. et. A n UNDl.SS; ' lso, A UE GIOply to MO DAVIES, Elsmre, CA lB wantLa,.t . ..a. - C a yo ung pereon, ·· '·.·.t. b a o ootPbythed \lay Fr pot lr ap to H.ln;AN.SDOWaD,.r Aubung. a..r .et A COOK; also, AU HUS SE.iir iGirl as PARLORMAID.'- , Mns. EMABNUEL, Lansdowvne. " ... .W anted,""°..:=::.:.. A OUNG P'ERSON,as HOUSEMAIB assist with Qlildreu. Al?ply, Mns, Burgo Villa, Goulburn. M V , . Clifor oto/ 50nte 5O0 BAGS OF OATS-all kinds. PRATT, Auburui-atreet foulbuna • "." . ... W .'a.?c: 5,' .. . . AT Glsi oot Factory, SIX or '_.. BOYS;-' .").- OFIA.PTEiS 'dILLESPIE,':aoit~m 'Gil u. IGEIHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as n tices, at Wood & Co's Boot': Factory. A.?ly WOOD ,C' 00' 5.. Auburnestreet.' '. . ' . . TO PAINT .RS. / 1:TATA D, GOOD BRUSFANDS. ipp'y LEVER .Pqiter, l! aguIestre et. VAcA Y F OR W R PECTAB LP B 301 RS, Snear opposite the Rail, -St...

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WRECK OF THE TARARUA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

AWREIK OF ThE TiARAl uA,. (2From the . A!. ZIfeald). , A CABLEGRAlM froim Auckland dated Saturday morning sar)s the: steaniship Tararua, 828 tons, Captain F.C. -Garraid, while'dn the voyage frbm Dunedin to" Melbourne;',went ashore *on the Waipapa reef, 25 miles: north of the Bluff, and ;,close in ? shore. Considerable afixiety is felt'fortthe:safety of the passeng~ers, 'and the steamer.iHowea :has leftDDuinedih for the scene o,f the.rveck. ,jTheextent.of, thpe dlaniage done :to the vesse is at plresen? uri known ; therefore ~ltis notyet knoyn. if she can be 'got off thereef, but everyassistance is heieg'seiit'tti'he 'vessel ; ' : ''^". : -The .Tararua is breaking: up and several persons have been idrowned, f' : - : '- later 'message sayswhiilerthe boats of the ill-fated steamer were conveying the passengers * ishoie tlhiee ~f theii wer& s~~ahpl'ed' and o?derturned' in"?he"'surf, aind several 'persons are reported .drowned. ...,When : the vessel struck. the ieef, wivhidh, \va...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evening Penny Post [rRINTED DY STEAEM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOON It has the largest circulation of any paper south of Sydney, and is a first-class advertising medium TERMS OF SUBSO5IPTION: ls. per Annum, or 3s. per Quarter ila Adt?ranee. Any subscriber wishing to decline the papel must do so at the end of the quarters terminating in March, June, September, and December, in writing, or will be held responsible for the amoun' of their subscription. JOB PRINTING : The Evening Penny Post Steam Machine Printin. Office is the IHEAPEST OFFIOE OUT OF SYDNEY Job Printing. Orders executed at the shortest notice. Agents Queanbeyan..................... .P. Longh Canberra ........................... E. Booth Gundaroo ..................HJ. Ma Grath Gininderra ..............G......OG Gillespie ;unsing...... ... .............J. Bell li .............. ;... ....J. W heatley lhuigendore ...c.... l~.....J. MoJannett Sllbkingt>wn..... .E. W...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

P::;; :?, ODDS AND ENDS., ?: r ,i ? A 'DARING attenipt at burglary. was made at Seyi~our, Victoria, on Fridaylast.' .About: 3 o'clbck in the morning Mr. Hayes; the maPrger of the Bankof Victoria, was attracted by a noise whichi proceeded'from the frdnt of the .buildinig, . Taking a revolver he ',went towafds the wiindow, which -lie fotiud 'lihd beeni partiilly olpened, arid heaiing fbotsteps] hlie fired two shots. Afterwards on seardching the office he found that some papers which we-re of smaill importaice "liad disappeared. The matter was placed in the hands of the police. The entrance was effected bIy cutting the plines of'glass. It was at first conjectiureat thiat this outrage was :c6iumitted by: a sup posed new gang of bushrangers, formed of the Kelly sympathisers and.others;. btit'it is ni6ow believed tol be the work of a trampi.'ItJi\ill be recollected that Mr.-Hayes, when account ant aftfthe bank'five years ago,: was stuckiupI and gagged while the bank: was robbed of several...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

, OULBIURN ITEIS. WE paid a visit to the cattle sale-yards to inspect the gates that were the cause of some remarks at the last meeting of the Borough Council and are of opinion that they are unsuited;:.-- We find .no 'fault-with the work manship; but the top and bottom rail of each should have been of the same sized timber as the styles. There are, forty-one bolts in each gate, which is by far too many; and were the rails of .the same timber as the styles, the hinges; could have been put on flush with the rails and would have acted as a brace. In a word, the weather will have such an effect on the weak: timber used that there :vill be:-''haays expense. attached to keeping the gates secure. Besides, .we con sider the timber used unsuitable. With reference to our paragraph an nouncing .that Captain Rossi had been appointed as Clerk of Petty Sessions, &c, at Tumut, we now learn that the office had been unsotight, for by him; and with the approval of the. Minister of Justice, C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

SOUTH'S IS COMING! E. C. OSBORNE, Agent. CENS S, 1881. OLDERS ad others have Sdules in their possessio(h h have not be llected arc re eoted to t he same adrcsse JOHN B RON, Cen s Compiler, ?. Sydney. WOODHOUSELEE. A Bazaar.& Bruce Auction WILL BE HELD AT THE ABOVE PLA On Saturday, 14th pr uxLo , T?O raise funds for C. E. OHCB URCH at 00D BOUSELEE. Subscriptions of ind thankfully received by the undersignet The CROOKWELL BAND wfl on the S ground. *FREDK. J. DAVIS. BEDSTEADS ! THE undersigned have just received, ex ship " Moravian," another lot of the above, con eisting of STUMP BEDSTEADS FRENCH DO. 3 feet-head and foot rails HALF TESTER, 3 ft. and 4ft. 6 v'ide FOUR POST DO. - CHILDREN'S COTS Hotel and Boardingb.house Kee ?s, a d all others requiring these Goods are invited to apect. BEDDING of all descriptions B nn all sizes. AUSTRIAN CHAIRS! We have a few dozens left, consisting of DINING. ROOM CHA IRS ARM DO. ROOKING DO. Which are being sold at the LOWEST PRIOCES IN TOWN. O...

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To-day's Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

Ta-day's Police Court; BEFORE Mr.o .OSS. Edward Foird was brouhglt up on remnand ch!arged with forging and uttering a :cheque;, purporting to be signed by William Jarvis. Mr. H. S. Gannon appeared for'the :pris. oner. R"William jarvis, a limebtirner atKingsdale, deposed: I kndw the prisoner by sight; he has never workel for me in.any capacity; the dheque produced does not contain my siglia ture;.: I have no account in the Bank of New. South Wales,nor did I send it to Richardson's Hotel; I don't know of any limeburner of the name of William Jarvis in my neighbour hood; I employ 5 or 6 men ; a man named William Holt is not in my employment, nor has there.been; I owed no man £9 I6s since I have been a limeburner. To Mr. Gannon : The checlque cannot be intended for. my signature; I always write my name Jarvis and the, name on the chleque is spelt Garvis. .. . The evidence wasread over to pr?isoner' and the bench cominited liim to talke liihi trial at the quarter sessions to be held on' ...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

Ohu?ohlo :f Englantd Working' nIon's Literary Assooiation,.. .. THERE w.as again Ia very good attendance at the regulhr meeting of the above, which took place last eiening in the room. at the reartof the pro-Cathedral; the chair beingoccupied by the Venerable 'Ailchldencon-lPuddicombe (president).. The customary prelimiinaaries having bee!n gone through, Mr. F. W. Gray was elected a'metraberof the ,issociation and several: ames ,were hnded: in bf members willing tw'riteessays ifor ne.t Monday even ing's business; after which some discussion took place as to the desirability of changing the meeting-room to more comfortable quar ters during the winter months, although no definite conclusion was arrived at regarding the matter. The special business set apart for the evening being readings and recita-' tions, the same wias commenc'ed by thepre:si den't calling upon Mr. H. Pinn, lwh~o recited " Cato's Soliloquy." This w\as followsed by a reading, " Mr. William Pitt as Lord Chat ham," whi...

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