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MEETING OF ALDERMEN AND INSURANCE AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

MEETING OF ALDERMEN AND INSUR ANCE AGENTS. A SPECIAL meeting of the Borough Council, insurance agents and others interested in the fire brigade question was held at the Council chambers last evening. The Mayor presided. There were present alder men McConnell, Osborne, Wombey, Taylor, and Messrs. Betts, Gannon, Martyr, ,Riley, McAlister, Kerr, R. Davis, Buck, Fletcher, and others. . .. The Mayor called upon the Town-clerk to read a letter that had been received from Mr. G. Martyr, requesting him to call the meeting and which explained the business to be con sidered, after which he stated that he would be happy to receive any resolution, any gentle man had to bring forward. Mr. Gannon stated that he had just been aprised of the by-law of the Council by the city solicitor, and the resolution they had framed at their last meeting would not affect the matter much; but after all he thought it would be much better for the corporation to take over the engine &c., and have the entire...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

S SYDNEY MARKET"A S:i ':k :" ; TRADE keeps:moderately- active,:in I.most bjranches, but .as the prdductions of theistai ton, the farm; and:the dairy' iostly.concernsi our readers we: wills a usual confine our re marks to this class of trade. ' : Wool.-TIeretis very little business: doing in this line, owinig to:the lateness of ;tlhe sea son ;. but; wheri:a rlt is offered, buyers are at hand, and ;tlie followirig: priices are realised,: -Scoured; x4d to 2od; hand-washed, ::5d to, 19d locks,:r6d::ti';~iid; greasy; 9d to .ioi/d .per 'lb. '.: ·: .i::, SSheepskins.--The market for these is brisk; The demand increases week; by? week. oWe quote 5d to.7,d:per: Ilb adccordingl to con-. dition:orin arrival and at time of:offering. i SHides -Extra' iveights:and Iwell-cured areI wofth: 33d tdo4d: Wvet :'and infe'rior, fromt 2:/d to 34d. SBoies.--Shank bones, £C6 tb £9"per ton. Horns-From i5s to 25s pei hundred.::. ; Leather.-This line is iin betteridem'nd. Kip is worth 13d to 15 per lb.;'sole, ...

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

Goulburn Prices Current... i. Floatr, fine, 111 10s. per ton; Seconds?:, £10 ? O: ?, IYheat, 3- Dd per bushel Bread, 3d. to 3.d, per 2-lb. loaf Oas, Ss. Id. to 2s. Gd..per bushel. Maize, 2s. 10d. to 3s per busliel :" Barley, 2s. 6d. to 2s 8d per bushel: :' Hay, £2 12s. Gd. to £3 per ton :.: ? Straw, 30s. per ton Potatoes, £2 10s. to £2 15s. per ton:-: I : Bacon, 4d. per lb. IHams, 8d. per lb. Butter, fresh, is. per lb1; salt, 7 8d " Lard, 3d. per lb. Eggs, is. 7d. to ls. Od. per do? Uheese, 4(d. to 3d. perl. 1 ::h'1 5. Bran, Is. per bushel . ;:!:, , i.: .. Pollard, ls. per busheil? : , .! 1;' 0!i Onions, 78s .to7s.T Gd per wtb. Fat IYetlhers, prime 7s. t'S:'o Go : :d"" : Store IlVetheis, 5s. Store Ewes, 4s. 9:dto 5ss 3'. Store Cattle, 22s. P?gs, 3d. to 3hd. per lb. Beef (retail), 24d.to 3dibperb': o ;--'."?,b ; ,! Mutton (retail), 2&d.to 3d per lb. -. IH ides, 7s. to ls. each Skeepskiss, 4&d. to &d per lb1 Talldow, 19s to 21s. pier cw. Wattle Bark, £2 10s to ...

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

T'o th' Editor of the Evening Penny Post. SIR,-While ruminating over the popular topic-Centre Ward Election-I fail to see why so much enmity should exist by those that seek to wrest the seat from.one who, to Say the most, hasionly committed the error of sending to the Mayor a certain document a few hours late, which did no hurt to any person. The Herald has taken great pains to please a few of its'readers by explaining the enormity of the crime, the penalty for such neglect, eulogium to the Mayor to keep dignity of office to prevent his being fined, &c., &c., &c. This twaddle is like straining at a gnat and swallowing a camel. Does the Herald or any of the parties now so bittet in their views know of any:Alderman or Mayor being made subject to afine since this has been a Municipality, or does their memory fail to recollect 'several cases of abuse of the MIunicipal Act? Is it' not a fact in I869 a certain Alderman refused to continue in office because it' vas ...

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

COIVIMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, TR'aDE,.generally speaking, has been quiet during the week, and we have not heard of any transactions other than ordinary that have taken place. :The country people evi dently are low-spirited on account of the continuiouis dry wheather. A heavy down poii: of rain would do a large amount of gobod just now, and have a wonderful effect on trade generally. SWdoo.--lWe'have nothing fresh to report on this commodity this week, little or none is offeritig. H iides.-The demand is better this week, and prices ,have an upward tendency. We 'iqote well-cured hides at from 7s. 6d. to IIs. with a fair demand. :Sheepskins.-An active demand exists for this and there are buyers for any quantity. Prices are firmer than last week, and any arriving in good condition, and at all well woolled meet with quick sale at an advance on late rates. Tallow.-This commodity has been en quired for, more than it has been lately and quote from 19s. 6d. to 2rs. per cwt. Wattlebark.-A tolera...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [vFon o0n cORREoPONDrsf1.] SYDNEY, SATURDAY. Tn?EnE are only three families and one unmarried man of the Italian emigrants now remaining un. hired. A large antiChinese meeting was held at New town yesternight, and resolutions were carried pro testing against the influx of Celestiales,and urging the Government to take immediate action in the matter. A valuable slate quarry has been discovered 10 miles from Bathurst at Millass Mullah. The quarry showsa face 100 feet in height. The population of the suburbs number 110,360, making a grand total of the metropolitan area 222,100. The Torpedo Board in Melbourne are unable to arrive at any decision as to the exact cause of the accidentin the bay some months ago. 3udley's brewery in Auckland, has been totally destroyed by fire.

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

T'o the! LEditor of the Evening Penny Post. SIR,--Your leader in last Saturday's issue is certainly one for which you richly deserve the thanks of every struggling agriculturist in the colony.. You have said in plain, intelligible, yet forcsible, language what every one of us :knows too .long and too well to be true, nai~nely~-that the labour of tillage is no child'~s play, that M.P.'s never think of us until election day comes. We are, as you say, " a patient, quiet, inoffensive, and a con tented class of beings that are satisfied with almost anything." But, unfortunately, very few of us can explain our difficulties so well as you; lience because we suffer in silence we are neglected by the government andthe big writers in the threepenny papers. The u'p-hill'work and difficulties we have to con tend against are as nothing compared to our mheintl'troubles, through anxiety of mind in consequence of our constant wants, fears, and hopes. SIn the first place we want rain (and a good dea...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

[REnUTER'S TrLEGRAOXS.] LONDON, FnIODAY. The House of Lords carried a vote thanking the officers and men cthat were engaged in the late Afghan war. A. similar vote has been passed in the House of Commons. The debate on the Irish Lind Bill continues. Mr. Parnell hasgiven notice to move the rejection of the measure. SThe Home rulers continue to express their re. sentment on the arrest of .Mr. Dillon, and have ngreed upon a certain course of action in Parlic. meot, by way of revenge against thie Government, and have also resolved that Irish members shall abstain from party divisions on the Land Bill.

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TO THE RATEPAYERS OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

TO TH.E RATEPAYERS OF GOULBURN. i :Per favor of the Eveilng Penny Post. FE.LLOW-RATEPAYERS,- From the proceed ings at a special ineeting of the Borough Council it appears that only six members out of nine were present, namely :-The Mayor, anid Aldermen Caldwell, Osborne, Taylor, Mc Connell, and Wardle. It appears that tlie three first-named aldermen carried a resoliutioni that the sum of about 2o0,000o should'be expended in water supply. Alder man Mc'Connell moved an amendment that thle matter be postponed for a fortnight, so diat in deciding a question of such magni itide tliere should be a full council. This ainendment was of course negatived by the three i Mr, McConnell well said that it was too momentous a question to be decided by'three men-; but I say it is a question that bught not to be decided except by the ex pressed opinions of the ratepayers, and then they should take into consideration the addi tional question,whether the present members of the Borough Council are quali...

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

O IN 10N' SI amof opinion .tliat, Mr;:Horn iis: not dis qualified frpmiacting as alderman by reason of .his not having made the declaration within the fourteen days (section 35..) The. consequence of that default is a liability to " pay, a fine of twenty-five pounds; " but the seat is not thereby vacated, for the section expressly enacts that "such office shall be deemed vacant on the fourth day after the expiration of such fourteen days without such delivery of such declaration "-that is, without such delivery before or on the said fourthday. The point seems to me so clear that I venture to suggest, in order, to pre. serve peace in the Municipal Council and to avoid beginning a legal contest, that this case and my opinion be put before the Returning Officer with a request that he submit them for the opinion of counsel before taking any further step in the matter. If the Returning Officer is determined to have a judicial deci sion on the point, he can easily do so by making an appli...

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

I Ware ted. A ITTLE GTRL u?.nrse a Babyl Apply So Mns. MANDEL ON, Aubue street. W ~ateed. AI RESPECTABLE XTRONG Y, able to / mill. pply Mos. ENKINy, Registry W~els ted. A NAPPRENTICE~ IMPROVER o the DRESSAil ING. Aly, Mass BROKS, Faithu ll-street. . WER antel. ,A GENERAL SERVANT; a Bousem id kept . Apply, ROSE AND CROWN OTEL Clifford-street. . Wasl~n~a 4, n D GENERAL R RVANT. VAphlyJo J. NOWLAN, C~Jord street. Snieda. A COOK and LAU ?RESS; a, A ROUSE, MAID. Apply toss. DAY V , Elsmere. Clifford-street. W'aentedI, A YOUNG PERSON as HOUSEMA ID/&nd to Sassist; with Children, Apply, Mns. BGE, Burge Villa, Goulburn. L XE BATH RST H EL. II ~EWand MR H O PSE an PARLOR IID. G od wages. pply, JAMES SIdMO Grocr, &c. T ILORING D ARTIMEN. " ANTED immediately, SMIART YO TB asTRIMMEI. W., 'TLER. J Pi n l Pig ns! Pigeons W7"AIPED -AT N *E, in any quanity. yOYAL, rBIE REV. M,. B.?INS may be expeted to i preach at 11 a.m. ~d 7 p.m, to-morow at the ViSLEYAN COLURC¶ Goldsmithstret. LOT...

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CASE FOR THE OPINION OF COUNSEL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

CASE. FOR THE OPINION 0; COUNSE' , Mr' Frederick: Horn ;wis dul:jaiy elected an aldermani for the, centre wa'id of thei borough of. Goulburn;' ' ' '' i Tie, Retirniing Officer served him :with written notice of his ielection 'i d. it was necess'ikylifr' Mr.' Hobrin under.the 3'5th sec tion o'f the'& Municipalities Act, to make .aid give: t the: Returning fficer, ithlini fodirteen daysobf the receipt of suclhnotice, a declara tion of 'his acceptance of such li'office under a penaltof' tweniity-five poutinds. , Mr. Horn's 'declaratioi'wvas not nade 'or given to the Mayor until fifteen d'iys after the notice wais?.se'nt. to liimr . .. STie Returnintg Officer, although .lihe re ceived 'such decltration,.,has', treated it as a nullity,'has declared Mr. Hoin's. seat as vacant 'by'reason .6f his being, disqualified. through sendin~g the notienotice late, and has inserted no tices in the'papes fori a fresh' election. SBfore doiig' this Mr. Horn gave notice of sevehil;ques'tions'itdb...

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

GOULBURN ITEvS. The following conditional purchases were made on Thursday last at the Goulburn Land-office :- William Evans, 40 acres, county Argyle, parish Upper Tarlo; Edward Chalker, 40 acres, county Westmoreland, parish Guineacor; Thomas Davis, 40 acres, county Georgiana, parish Tyrl Tyrl; John Home, 40 acres, county Argyle, parish Guineacor ; William Talbot, 40 acres, couinty Georgiana, parish Tyrl Tyrl. The monthly meeting of the Mechanics' Institute Committee was held on Thursday evening last. Amongse other business transactcd a sub.committee was appointed to draft by-laws to deal with the disturbances caused by larrikins at the public on tertainments in the hall. Mr. A. Ellis was ap. pointed a member of committee in the ulice of Mr. Chombers, whose resignation was accepted with regret. Mr. Wood's Photographic Stailio is now open at Mr. Gregory's, Auburn-street, Goulburn. William H. Francis and Mary Knox have been committed for trial on a charge of larceny, the former on two ...

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

RES FIS RO he N.S.W. FI a Company, b had V Y THURSDA at A. H. IINE'S, SOLE AGENT. rMS. MACDO ALP Mo ? iew, O on-st;te VN-1 EMOVED o Sb. Clai V .to her o~s residene , nes ol Rece P ?ils for th ano '?te, Singin , n"lh, and Italian (ACQUIRED ON TIIE CONTINENT). Unio0n Fire surance Co., C.PITAI........ ., .......Two M~2s. RISKACCEPPE at LOWEST J RInl.A ith ut reference to yd yoce. tApply t D. J. Mo Montagues'et, Gohurn. SWARMS of FLIES and MOSQUITOES are now beco*ng a nuisance, a are cansing sores on the hans aulni eyes of thoe exposed. This evil, may easily behrevented by r bbing the hands and face with a litto of MOOR S HOUSEHOLD REMEDY OINTM NT, as S1 s will not touch it. It also speedily heals I Sores Sandy Blight, Sun burns, Sore Throats an Ch tts, Corns, Bunions, Sprains, Bruises, Sores\on Lips, &c., and will emnove pain from any bh or scald in less than ten minutes; and is the y Ointment which has received testimonials fro e manager of every foendry in Sydney. Sold y t e ...

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Messrs. Finlay and Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

• Messrs, Finlay and Co.,'s Report. Fat Cattle.--Small drafts of good to prime, for ldcal consumption, continue to realize a higher average than is obtainable at Homebush. Very few good bullocks are offering at the yardo. We anticipate a scarcity of good to prime towards June. Again we advise those who have cattle suitable for the Sydney market to hold At our sale on Wed nesday we disposed of a draft of cows on accouont of Mr. Dawson, at from £2 15s to £2 9s. Store cattle.-We sold Mr. Wright's setore cows at 15s ; young steers at 1s. 'L'he dry state of the weoather operates against sellers, and at present it is most difficult to work off mixod cattle, unlesa they are in good condition. We quote best store iows at 15s to 20s 4 to 5 years old; bullocks at from 35s to 42s according to coidition. -Fat sheep.-We have sold 400-53 lb wethers at 8s 6d, delivered at the trucking yards; and in conjunction with our Sydney agents, 270 at 7s 8d to 7d Od. 'During the week, prices have not bheei q...

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

BREVITIES. EXCITING times next week. The Newcastle people seem determined not to let the. Chinese question drop.; Resolutions against the influx of Chinese were carried unanimously at Lithgow on Wednesday evening last. Mrs. Jones, of Glenirbowan (Victoria), is to be charged as an accessory to murder after 'the fact. .Mr. Holt, who was reported drowned in ill-fated Tararua, has turned up at Jerilderie. The .Borough Council of Goulburn, by three votes to two, have resolved to go on with the iv~ter supply for the city. - Sir Henry?Parkes,'in replying to an invita tion to visit Grafton during the regatta week, saidt that no member of the Government could leave without inconvenience' to public business. Truly the Government are getting very zealous lately ., The' census returns give Sydney, exclusive of any of the suburlbj. a: ppulation of IO2,803, or an increase of 26,644 during the decade between the date of last census and the present time. 293 oz. of gold was obtnained- in three week...

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

To the Editor of the jEieiing PeninyPost. ;. SIR,--I beg :to enclose: you ia copy' bf. my case, and :the :opinion of J. E; Salomons Esquire, Queen's Counsel. . . .. I.have also sent.a copy to the Returning Officer, and: inquiring whether he is prepared -to carry out the suggestions therein contained so as to.save legal expense. . Y ours truly,.,; ' , . . ... - S. FREDK. HORN, • , . Aldernian Centre Ward.' i Goulburn, 5th Maay, ; 88I.

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

GOULBURN POLIB COEURT. FRIDAY, MAY 6. BEFORE Messrs. Hosburgh and C. S. Alex ander. Mary Browne was charged with vagrancy, and having expressed a wish to leave the dis-: trict, and having the means at command to do so the bench discharged her. William Rawlings on remand was charged with forgery. Senior-sergeant Fenton applied for the dis charge of the prisoner as the evidence was not sufficient to sustain the charge. The prisoner said he thought he should be discharged as he was a government contractor. The signature to the cheque was his owli. He had been in the habit of drawing cheques on' the bank in Raymond Terrace, and .re ceiving remittances from the government for Sworkdone. James Caddy, on bail, was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Plea-not guilty. Constable Wheally proved the case, and the bench convicted and fined the defendant 2os. and 2s. 6d. costs or seven days' imprison ment.: :The fine was paid. John Smith on remand was charged with beingiof unsound mind. Afte...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, GUNNING, On Wednesday, 11th May, Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE POLICE-OFFICE, GUNNING, On Wednesday, Ilth May, Country Lots. Lot A, iio acres, county of King, parish Dalton, on the road from Gunning to Dalton, lying between James Browne's conditional plrchase portion No. 276 of 40o acres, and S. Brown's conditional purchase portion No. *229 of 40 acres. Lot B, io acres 30 perches, county King, parish Dixon, lying between the road from Gundaroo to Cunning and the west boundary G. Reynolds' portion No. 6 of 30 acres. Lot C, 80 acres, county King, parish Mun doonen, adjacent to the west boundaries of M. Hately's condititional purchase portion i43 'of 40 acres, and R. Hately's conditional purchase portion No. 142 of 40 acres. For feited conditional purchase of Jas. Alchin. Lots D and.E, 40 acres each, F, 7o acres, county King, parish Narrawa, on.and.near theright bank of Narrawa Creek, and adjoin ing the west and south boundaries of W. Dodd's conditional purchase, portion No. 22, arid the north boundary of G. Pinning's con ...

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Cricket.—Boree v. Taralga. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

Cricket,--Boree v. Taralga. A MATCH was played at Boree on Saturday, the 23rd instant, which resulted in a win for Boree in one innings by 38 runs. Taralga was very poorly represented, only four of the Taralga players taking part in the game; but as several of the Boree players were not picked to play with Boree they and the Messrs. Cameron. Brothers of Fullerton volunteered to.play for Taralga. R. Weeks captained the local team, J. Clifton doing a like service for Taralga. For Boree the batting of Messrs. P. Armstrong,.W. Armstrong, J. Marmont, W. Marmont, and R. Weeks was good indeed. For Taralga H. Me Neilly, T. Armstrong, C. and A. Cameron batted well; but in their bowling they were rather weak. Appended are the scores : TARALGA : First innings. Second innings. A. McNeilly, b W. Mar. c T. Lawler, b mont ..................... 1 W.Armstrong 1 C. Cameron, run out 0 cT.Lawler,bW. Armstrong ... 10 J. Clifton, c P. Lawler, b Baker ................ 0. bWeeks......... 0 H. Mo Neilly, b ...

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