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

DIED,     ON the 30th April at Goulburn, AMY AMELIA, the dearly beloved youngest daughter of WILLIAM and MARIA YOUNG, aged 1 year and 4 months. " My Bud in Heaven."      

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 May 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 2. BEFORE Messrs. Voss and C. S. Alexander. John Fox was charged with absenting himself from the apprenticeship of W. T. Wood. Mr. Betts appeared for complainant. Constable Cochrane proved having re- ceived the prisoner from Constable Agassiz. Mr. Betts stated the case, which was to the effect that defendant had on a former occasion absented himself, and was punished   by three days' imprisonment. The defendant pleaded guilty and the Bench sentenced him to three days' solitary confinement.               Richard "Morton; alias' Fletcher, and- Geo. Harris were chai:ged ?witlih stealing a water proof coat, the property of J. Cooke, of Sydney. Constable Whealey deppsed.: On Friday, the 29th April from information received, -I went to the hduse of a man named Cant ; I produce'-l ivaterproof coat that Cant handed to me; it seems to liave had a mark cut...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

ODDS AND ENDS, THE remanded case against Mr. D. Mayne, proprietor of the Bathurst Sentinel, charged with inflicting grevious bodily harm upon Mr. J. E. Tonkin, came on for hearing at the court on Monday. The court was densely crowded by all classes. Mr. B. Lee, P.M., p~resided on the Bench. The .first witness called was senior-sergeritl Mtsgrve, who .e ?osed to receiving a life preser;vei, which was handed to him by Mr. George 'Smith, of the Coffee Palace, and .which was found by a Chinaman cook the morning after the assault took place.--Mr. J. E. Tonkin, the proprietor of Tattersall's Hotel deposed.: On the even ing of the i8th April, in company with his wife and Mr. E., Barrett, he was proceeding to the School of Arts to witness the perform ance of " Pinafore." After he had turned the corner of Hbwick-street, and when near the gate that leads into the Coffee Palace yard, dome one came up to him andsaid you- . Barrett said "That's Mayne," and as he (Tonkin) turnied around, he was s...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, May 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. I LONDON, May 2. IN the House of Commons this evening, Lord Elcho, member for Haddingtonshirc, formally moved the rejection of the Bill in troduced by the Government dealing with the land question in Ireland. In his speech in introducing-the motion Lord Elcho re-stated the various objections which had been made against the measure, and maintained that it' was entirely unsuited to settle the difficulties with which it dealt. Lord Elcho's action has the support of the Conservative party. Mr. Gladstone, in the House of Commons, has brought in a bill dealing with the oath taken by members of Parliament, of which he gave notice last week. It is proposed that the usage which now rules in Courts of law, by which persons are allowed to make an affirmati6n instead of an oath, should be made lawful in Parliament. Mr. John Dillon, member for Tipperary, has beenyarrested on a charge of using sedi tious language. In replying to a question in the House o...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN . Evening Penny Post [PRINTED BY STEAM] " 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 OP BUBSORIPTION: 12e. per Annum, or 3s. per Quarter in Advance. Any subscriber wishing to decline the papas 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 subeoription. JOB PRINTING : The Evening Penny Post Steam Maohine Printino Office is the CHEAPEST OFFPPIoE OUT OF SYDNEY Job Printing. Orders executed at the shortest notice. Agents Queanbeyaon.....................E. P. Longh Canberra ...........................;E. Booth Gundaroo .................H. J. Ma Grath Gininderra .....................G. 'Gillespie C.unning.........................J, Bell 1.>ltow .........................J. Wheatley lI;ungeudore .......;.....;.;..J. MoJannett Hoski...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

-OULBURN ITEIS, MR. GIBSON of Tirranna seems mindful of the unfortunate man, William Bowmaker, who our readers will remember is in the hospital suffering from a gever freeturo cunocd'by a fall from the roof of the new building now in course of erection for. Mr. Gibson. Several pairs of fowls and a quantity of fruit, have been sent to the sufferer, and directions ac companied the same from the kind donor that any extras required for the patient was to be furnished at Mr. Gibson's expense; and while extolling the kind action of Mr. Gibson, we must not forget the workmen at the building who on Saturday last collected the sum of z26 for the assistance of poor Bow maker's wife and family. Such generous and practical sympathy is worthy of being placed on record. A miner named Wyatt employed at the Currawang Copper Mine, was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday afternoon, suffering from the fracture of the left leg. He was working in the mine in the morning when a large piece of ore fell on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

IWss eel, A' -O?JD GENERAL ERVANT. pply to s. J. NOLAifford at t ted. A GOOD COOK an'UND SS. Apply Mos. W. Dl)AVIES, Eere. .Wantose, SIRST.CLASS TAILORS; no puf A. " BUSHMAN. s.. c ited. A COOK andAUND '.SS; also, dBOUSE, MAID. Ap to Mues ?AVIEy, Elsmere. Clifford-street. Wanted, A YOUNG PERSON as HOUSEMAID d to asdist with Ohildren. Apply, Mons UGE, Burge Villa, Goulburo.. WVsnted, 500 BAGS O OATS-all kinds. R. C. S PRATT, Auburn-street Goulbut. -. austeci, ATT Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX or CHARLES GILLESPIE, GoI . EIGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factor. y WOOD & CO'S., Auburn.str t. Pige s! igeo !Pigeo VA D CAT , in any quentity. FROZE FISH. / SUPPL , as usual, T IS EVENIN . A. ..L SDOWNE, Solo A cnt. VA'CA?CY FOR a FEW RESPITABLE BOARDERS, nearly opposite th tqlway-Station. Mns. GIBSON. FOR SALE, jg~ F IRST PRIZE CANARTES. DC G1' oulburn. Wanted to Buy; 1, ?l BAGS FEED and SEED TS; JU.U U also, BAY in any quantity.. pply, JAMES 'LOCKARD, ...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

BREVITIES. HORN and Martin nominated. , Date of nomination-.next Tuesday at, noon. For a wonder there was no business at the Goulburn Police Court to-day. As yet Goulburn is silent on the Chinese question. Land around Blayney isbringing a good price in view of the railway being constructed. * The new bridge at Shoalhaven will be opened for traffic on the 3oth June next. In the Young district domesticated rabbits are becoming a nuisance. A milk white kangaroo was captured at Wahgunyah last week. A man named Ellis was fined £30 for selling grog without a license at Grenfell. ThePresbyterian general assembly is sitting in Brisbane, Queensland. 60,'c0 crigaittLS letn _ngland for America during last month. Parliament is further prorogued till Tues day, June 7th. The Wesleyan general conference will commence its session in Adelaide next week. The Hon the Minister of Lands is re ported to be seriously indisposed. Rain is general all over the country dis tricts of Victoria. The Police commi...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. LONDON, WVEDNESDAY. INT.LLIGENCE has been received by the Government of a disastrous accident to the war ship Doleret, (six guns) in the Straits of Magellan on the 26th ultimo, when an explo sion took place, blowing up the vessel and killing all on board except the commander, lichard Evans, and ten men. The cause of the accident is at present unknown.

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. SIR,-The pronioters of the race meetings in Queanbeyan must place a remarkably high estimate on the privilege of permitting auc tioneers to dispose of the gates and booths at their several meetings; and as it is usual for the auctioneer upon which this honoris thrust to sell without charge, one would naturally ask-what is in the privilege other than the good or harm that may accrue from his name appearing in the advertisement announcing the sale. At a meeting, held some short time back for the purpose of arranging a day's racing on the 24th of this month, it was de cided that a certain auctioneer who had never enjoyed the privilege should be instructed to sell the gates, &c., on this occasion; and the matter was announced in the local papers, This auctioneer was not spoken to by any of the committee, nor instructed respecting the sale-no doubt because he did not rush to some one or two of the number and express his gratitude and thank...

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(Abridged from the Age.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

(Abridged from the Age.) We have before called attention to the necessity of legislation compelling those who erect wire fences along the boundaries of public roads, to surmount them with a top rail of timber to prevent accidents. Several accidents have already occurred owing to the want of this precaution, and miany complaints have been made. . A few d)ays ago a resident of this town was thrown clean over a wire fence running across the. old track whichi diverts fio6fi the limestohe : Plainstbo Yarralum3la::j Itfwas :after dark, arid 'the horse pursuing the old beaten track (which has not been blocked as it ought) instead of deviating along the scarcely perceptible new line which leads to the gate, suddenly propped against the inevitable wire, throwing his rider clean over, and spraining his ankle. Not long before this, a gentleman, driving a buggy, and preceded by his son on horseback, had.a similar experience at the same place. Both the rider and the buggy which followed cameinto...

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Trevanian! CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

Trevanian ! CHAPTER I.. FARNSFIELD, on the borders of Nottingham shire, is one of the few remaining villages in England where the stocks and maypole those all but obsolete relics of bygone times -may still be found standing in primeval dignity. The former, we arehappy to say; were gradually falling into disuse at the tinmie our tale commences, much td the regret of Sone Michael Tippin-generally called Old Mike-the gray-haired beadle, sexton, and constable of the village: three single gen-. tlemen rolled into one. Frequently had Mike, when party politics ran high in Farnsfield, of the boys were more than usual unruly, been heaid :emphatically to declare that the country would never be safe from the French and revolution, until the stocks were brought into general use again In his opinion, they were the only panacea for the growing corruption of the times. What would the old man say were he livingnow ? The palladium of Minerva's favoured city, we 'aretold, fell from heaven-that of Far...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. ?[RFoa OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. A FIRE broke out in soine wooden buildings upposite the Gaiety Theatre, early yester night; the flames spread with alarming.. rapidity, threatening an extensive con-. flagration, but through the efforts of the. firemen.it was.confined to the buildings where:: the :fire first appeared, and completely destroyed the structure, which was occupied by' five different tradespeople, who are all heavy losers. . At a meeting of the Licensed Victuallers Association, yesternight, great complaints were made against the magistrates in their conduct towards the publicans recently. applying for licenses, and it was decided to bring the matter under the notice of.the: Government. ' A man named Nunan was found dead in his bed at his lodgings in Pitt-street yester night. The population of the colony of Victoria' is 855,790, being an increase of I24,ooo in the decade. The Chinese show a decrease of about 12,000, The loss of the ste...

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THE AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY'S NEW BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

TKE AUSTRkLIAN hUTUAL PROVIDENT 800SCIETYL'S NEW BUILDING-. IT comes within the province of journalismi to note all outward signs of progress, not only in the towns where such journals ate issued, but in the districts surrounding them; and as each monument of such progress is "reared" it should be placed on record. With this object .in view we paid. a visit to the new building, the property of the. Australian Mutual .'Proviient .Society, :aind which is situated in. Montague-street; and will attempt to briefly'describe the same. Since. Monday last the flag has been floating from: its summit, indicating to tlie iublic that there is a .feeling of' mutual ..satis-. faction between the proprietors, the. architect, and the builders that the': undeitilkiig has' been' successfully comnpleted;?and also- that another mark has been made:ini'the orna mentation of the city-that-has justly received the appellation of being The City. of the South." Viewed from the oitside the buiiding reminds the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

TO CONNOISSIEURS OF TRY FALLON'S CHAMIPAGNE. d at P. MoENCROE'S, SoleAgenfor Wioes. CHOICE MILLINIt INOVE DURABLE CLOTHING I 7 OPENN NG IS WEEK at o E PURCHASE OF To be Sold at the Usual Low Prices for PROMPT CASH. BEDSTEADS ! ~HE undersigned 0have just received, ex ship "Moravian," another lot of.the: above, con eisting of STUMP BEDSTEADS FRENCH DO. 3 feet-head ' and foot rails / SHALF TESTER, 3 ft. and 4ft. 6 wide FOUR POST D. CHILDREN'S COTS Hotel and Boarding-house Keep re, and all others requiring these Goods are invit d to i ect. * BEDDING of all descriptions, und in a 1 sizes. ..AUSTRIAN CH We hive a few dozens left, con is ? of " DINING.ROOM CHXIRS ARM,. DO. ':,ROCKING DO. W'hicl':ar: Ibeig sold at the LOWEST PISOES IN TOWYN: 0. FURNER & SONS, - Sloane and Bradley Streets, i.... : .GOULBURN, PRIZE MEDAL. THE GOULBURN PROTOGR APHIO STU IO, AUBURN.STREET, Opposite Royal Hote ,/ OPEN DAILY FROM 9 A.M. TILL 4 .M. DIOTURES copied and enlarged to LIF SIZe. 1 PRIZE MEDAL aw...

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SMALL DEBTS' COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

B .saLEFORE ":I. BOSS . URT, SSeveral uniniportfanit lcasesi.i'ere disposea of, and?t-he f!oo g e??9i' defeded fcases-were called on: Barney Lappi m. C. Valker A- claiim for 5 'i9s for workiand .labr':donr iii sinking a: well.. Mr. I-I. S. Gannon for plaintiff; Mr. Betts for the defendant;.: The plaintiff's case was that he had agreed to' sink a well for.12 Ls s 5for defendant, and owing to the: vater rushing in when down about forty feet le could not go deeper with out aframe; .:-6 6s hd: been paid on ac count by defendarit. He admitited that'de fendaiit offered to pay if he would clean the well out, and now claimed the balance. Mr. Betts considered the.Bench should order. a n:fioni:suit on :tlie grounds that the plainhtiff had not carried out his agreement, and had been paid a l:arger per centage than the agreement provided for by a.considerable amount. SThe defendant stated that thecplaintiff had complained. about the well beihfg dangerous to woik inwlheri lie got dowin a certaii...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

G aOULBUR? POLICE COURT. S.EDNESDAY, M'AY 4. , BEFORE Messrs. Voss, Marsden, and King. SJohn Smith was charged on suspicion of unsound mind. Senior-sergeant ..Fenton deposed : Just before, six o'clock last evening I saw the prisoner in front of the gaol; he said he wantedcto break into the gaol, and that some one :was trying to cut his throat, and he claimed admission as a member of the British publid'; I asked him had he been drinking, and he said no, he had.not been drinking the last twelve months; I said Iunderstood he had been here before, :and he answered " yes, something had happened to nie'at 'Temora, :and they sent me down here.;" he said he would rather see the magistrate thaif take me into his confidence; he had been looking for work and could not get any;:.he. :was not under the influence of drink in my. opinion. 'The prisoner wasremanded to gaol for a week, pending m'edical examination. John Lacy aid Robert Bunter were charged with neglecting to 'pay Robert Abraham 45 4s...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 May 1881

QUEANBEYAN. At the Queanbeyan Police Court on Tuesday last, before the Police-magistrate and Messrs. J. J. Wright and J. Campbell, Michael McNamara and Stewart Lee were charged with riotous behaviour on Easter Sunday, at the Roman Catholic Church at Queanbeyan. Lengthy evidence was tendered in the case, and the bench fined defendant Lee £1 and 3s. 6d. costs, and McNamara, against whom a case was made out, was fined £2 with 3s. 6d. costs. Archibald McDonald for riotous be haviour in a public place was brought up, and owing to the reluctance of a witness in giving:evidence in the case it was held over for a time, and the case of Michael Rolfe for the same offence was taken, and after evi deiice was adduced, which proved the cases against both defendants, the bench sentenced each to seven days' imprisonment in Quean beyan gaol.

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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

S BUNGENDORE. (Fronm our Correslpondentl.) H. P. WILsoN ESQ., manager of the Oriental Bank, Braidwood, has rented a portion of : the premises now occupied by Mr. D. Leahy, : for the purpose of opening a branch bank here on next Monday. The want of a bank has been felt here for sometime, and it will prove of great benefit to persons about this:; .locality. The weather for the past few dayshas been threateirig for.rain. "It isitd be hoped we: shall sooln get some, as the farmers are com-.i. plaining of the hardness of:the ground.: 6th May;"x88i. : *

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PRESENTATION TO MR. W. T. WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

PRESEINTATION TO MR, W, T. WOOD. FOR a long time past Mr. Wood has filled the honorary position of choirmaster at St' Saviour's proCatliedral, and so painstaking has that gentleman been in carrying out the duties of the office, that the members of the choir thought it incumbent on them to show their esteein for tha.t gentleman in' the form of a presentation and address. Mr. Belcher (who is always io the fore when wanted) was entrusted by the members to select a suitable present when in Sydney, which he did in the shape:of a very handsome silver epergne ,df pure Indian desigri, the palm, stalk, and leaves being represented; and a stag at bay at the base. It stands about two feet in h~eight, the summit having a cut glass bowl for flowers. We certainly must compliment Mr. . Belcher on his judicious taste. We udderstand this handsome piece of plate was supplied by Lassetter and Co. With the above object in view the choir, on Wednes day evening last-Mr. Belcher having placed his house at...

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