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

FO SALE. S P INN D R A , almost nosy TARPAULINS of 11 sizes, at re ed prices RYE GRASS SEE PRAIRIE GRASS EED bsold at Cost LUCERNE SEED Price. P . .My rs and Co. FIRE I SU ANCES. TRE RISKS taken Et OWEST POSSIBLE RATES .1. upon- Household Pr nperty Furniture, Ml 'clsandise Gr:alin. 'ool o Tran sit. a.~ , aC. P. G. M e S & CO., Agents for "St dard ' Fire and Marine Insu ance mpany, GENTS 5O0 Queen Fir- and L fe Insurance Compa y. P. G. MYER & CO., House, E ate, and ?Ge~ eral Commis sion Agen s. DENTS TAKE FOR ACHIN Y OF EVERY )ESCRIPTION D GENERAL blERCIiANDISLt. DENTIETREY. MR. J. E. CARTER, Surgical and Mechanical Dentist (FRoMt LONDON) VISITS GOULBURN on the FII hND, , and TUESDAY of EVERY?ON , oen he may be CONSULTED FRE eon y ter relating to DENTISTRY at his Surg y, Mr, Jacob's, Somers? ouse, GOULBUR Artificoial Teeth made o the Latest and S Best English Prinoiples. RESIDENC :-- 26 COLLEGE-STREET, Byd Park (uear Museum), Sydney. ORITERION HOTEL, AUBURN-STREET, GO...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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AT THE LAND-OFFICE, BRAIDWOOD, On Wednesday, 11th May. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

AT THE LAND-OFFICE, BRAIDWOOD, On Wednesday, IIth May. Country Lots. Lot A, 36 acres, county St. Vincent, parish Bettowynd, adjoining tl e 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 Mongarlowe River, adjoining the south boun dary of Joseph Grenville's cdnditional pur chase portion No. 69 of 40 acres. Lot C, 4o acres, county St Vincent, parish Meangora, adjoining the east boundary of H. Henry's conditional purchase portion No. 53 of 4o acres, and Brice Henry's conditional purchase portion No. 68 of 50 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. Is6 of4o acres. Forfeited conditional purchase of Thomas Hattr.eady. : Upset price £'I 5s per acre. :: Sleel and sleeplessness.-Dr. J. M. Gran ville, in" an interesting wo...

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

SLOPS. BY TimE SSxTON. "ONCE upon :a time'? (as tihe story books say).in a certaihncountry town in New South Wales there lived'a man. He .was a nice, quiet, unobtrisive'.sortof an individual-the stamp of a man that, if his dog bit you, he'd lend you his own handkerchief to. bind up the wound: in fact, a kind-hearted, liberal, good sort of a fellow"altogether, you under stand i In course of time this man's fellow citizens, esteeming• his many amiable quali tieq, elected him to a minor office amongst them, which he filled with his usual meek ness; and humbly noticing this, his coadju tors, when tilfie had winged its flight still further, placed him at their head--a position considerably more elevated than the former one. Then "a change came over the spirit of his dream." The man came out in his true colors. He learnt, without a tutor and with a quickness that would make one almost believe it was inbred, how to look " the great I am." Very shortly after his accession to office he perfo...

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

TAIL 0ING-TA\ITAI i uaLOL I g-TAILORING -STARTLING ANNOUNCE ENT! STARTLING ANNOU .J CEMEN T! 1 ^:?'::. BAs there is a desire just new to CU DOWN the PIGCES FOR TAILORING , we guarantee to SUPPLY \1 oneJ &; A. S"* n *rii D Y, sA~ra.W"eA., ner 7, " /FIRST-CLAS .QUALITY BAN [0 cKUN SU IT Eac Garment HANŽD-M ADE, thorough1^ shrunk, and warranted to fit, _ This s the LOWEST Quotation in t World for Tailoring, ,Quality of Material and Perfection of Cut bsing considered. 0 . I1 There is no Firm in the Southern Districts that has HALkF THE OCK OF WOOLLENS. There is no Firm in the Southern Districts that can OFFER THE SAM SUPERIOR CUT. _______ There is no Firm in the Southern Districts that ______ EMPLOYS HALF THE NUMB OF TALORS S" We have Opened This Week u-opwar s of 20 ES OF NEW GOODS FOR ALL DPARTM NTS. W'anted to Buy, 1000 hBAGS FEED and SEED ?/oTS; also, BAY in any qLnantit? Apply JAMES LOCKARD, Bay and Cornu /er, Auburn-street. Church Society for the Diocese of Gou burn, P ELI...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

ODDS A'ND ENDS, THERE are now published in the United Kingdom 1986 newspapers, distributed as follows :-England-London 378, provinces o1087-1475 ; Wales 66,. Scotland 18r, Ire land 154, Isles 20. Of these there are -223 daily papers published in England, four daily papers published in Wales, 2I daily papers published in Scotland, 18 daily papers pub iished .in Ireland, two daily papers published. in the Channel Isles. On reference to the first edition of this useful directory for the year 1846 we find the following interesting facts, viz., that in that year there were pub lished in; the United Kingdom 551 journals; of :these?rI4' were issued daily---viz, :12 in :England and two, in ,Ireland.; .but'in rS88i? there; are; now:v established : and3 circulatedr. :1981 papers, of which no less than :z68 arte issued daily, showing that the-Press: of the country has more than trebled during; the last 35 years. The increase in daily.papers has been still more remarkable;. the daily issues sta...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (?rom Sjcdney Daily Papers. ) LONDON, May 4. The debate on the Irish:Land Bill was resumed in the House' of Commons thii evening. The most important speech of the sitting iwas made by Sir-Stafford' Northcote, leader of the Opposition, who poweirfully attacked the measure, an'd denounced in strang language what lie termed the Commu nisticstendenoies of the Government. The debate was adjourned. LONDON, May 5. The arrest of Mr. Dillon, member for Tip perary, has caused much indignation,/ and the Irish members :intend to bring lthe matter before the Parliament early. A direct vote of censure .is .to be proposed on the Rigliht Hon. W\V. E. Forster for his adction in the matter. - S ATHENS, May 4. SAlthough the difficulties raised by the Hel lenic Government, regarding the details of cmlditions tinder which they will accept :the terms finally submitted. to by tihe Porte for a settlement ot the frontier difficulty, have not yet been overcome, preparations are bding nmaide f...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

Trevanian ! He was a fine spirited lad about fifteen years of age; generots-for he had ever been treated with affection; brave-for his spirit had not been broken by harsh and brutal treatment.. Thefirst day he appeared upoib the iplay ground:his new companions.thronged around him : they were pleased with his fratik sman ners and merry laugh; each:felt anxiious to court his acquaintance. ',I say,.Maitlandl who do you .intend,'to fag ?" inquired Tom Walli,:the head: boy, alid, piatfrenthese, the greatest bulily: andi coward of the school.; : , --..:.:::: .::.: :. , Fag;: No one !': was the ieplyi. :: : , You must-either fag or 'be fagged !' ob served the former.:- i.0i.;:- 'Must I:! ' repeated: the. newiv comer . I: would advise any one who attempts to fag mnie totry;first it he ca-n tlhrash : me--and::eveii then itlwould be a questioni to be daily settled between us!' Several of :the younger . boys :who:hiad gathered. round them .ventured to laugho: i:: ':What are you -grinning -::at...

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

GOULBURN BOROUGX COUNCIL. A SPECIAL meeting of the above was held on Thursday afternoon. Present: The Mayor, and Aldermen Osborne, Caldwell, McCon nell, Wardle, and Taylor. Mr. Betts was also in attendance. The mayor, in opening the proceedings, stated that the business of the meeting would be the consideration of: the question of water supply, and the letter from the Engineer-in Chief of the harbours and rivers department. (This. our readers will remember was pub lished in our issue of Saturday last). He would read a resolution that would take in the case, the same having been drawn up by Mr. Betts, the city solicitor, and was as fol. lows:- " That theo Couuoil of the Municipality of Goul burn having ta;ken into consideration the qluestion of water supply for the city of Goulburs, do hereby request his Excellency the Governor with the advice of the Executive Council, to take all such steps and ceuse such works to be exesuted and com pleted as may be necessary to provide a water sup...

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

SUBSCRIPTION: TN aid of W\LIAM BOWMAKER, 'who meb .i. with a sorpus accident at Tirranna and is' 'now lying in the\Eospital : £ s. d ;' Andrew Gibsn n Esq.......... .. 5:0 0: ; ,William Dunan ............ ;.. 0 .0 Thos. W;.Parott ............. 1 0 0 David Duo 0. 10 0 F Wirth0 0...0................. 0- 10 0. Thos. Arund . .. 10 0 Thos. Widdo ..... ;... 1 ' 0 0 JiamesnMoNa e .i(...V...i...'100 0? John O'Neil ..:....:.;;... 010 0 , i J.:lughes ....0......; .. 1 0 ; A. A. Me Inn a.............. 10 0, Mr Gilnjoro / ... . ... O 0 6 A. Irormieloie .. ../...0........ o 10 0 o • :Wm; Kig 1 . .;;..;;;;. ''0'10;;0 0 Peter Mailova ...?s... '.,0 5 0'0" '0 m . . H'afes ................. O 5 . .. H.ell bne '..".?0 5 0 n' 'i . H.Bandoy ............ .... : 5 :0 0 / Aa on Frankish ................. 0 5 0 I. argePQ. .0.O5"'0' r. MoKay 0... .. .:......:?,.. O 5 '0 i• hard Davis '.05 ............. "" . :Mr. 'Bushman.;.......... k Arthur Turner ..............O 5 0 JohnQ.(Brien .......0.10 0 Charles ogera...

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A most Remarkable Family. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 May 1881

?A most.Remarkable Family., LEWIS ROCKWELL, aged fo2 years, lives in a rickety old house in'Pike county, Penn. : He is the eldest of a family remarkable, for the longevity.of its members. .Of the Rockwell family there are eight brothers and sisters yet liiving. They are:-Lewis Rockwell, aged roz2~ years; . Abham Rockwell, 95; Mrs. Arnie Wells, 83 ; Miss Sallie Rockwell, 79; Eliza:Rockwell, 77; Mrs. Phoebe Gainsford, 75.; Mrs. Katherine Brown, 73; and Mrs. LuciindaValentine, 7o. The aggregate age. .ofthiS family is.643 years, or an average of over,80o pears each. In spite of the tact that he has many rich relations, old Lewis Rock .well:has beeh thrown upon the town, and is nownearlythe only '!town charge" in the county. Lewis Cornelius, who died a few years ago, was a connection of the Rockwell family. He was at one time the largest man., in America, being considerably larger than; the celebrated Daniel Lambert, Barnum'si giant. Mr. Cornelius' dimensions are entered. upon the record...

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

FUNERAL.     THE Friends of MR. DANIEL KADWELL     are respectfully invited to attend the   FUNERAL of his late beloved WIFE ; to move from his residence, Kent Grove, at 3 o'clock TO-   MORROW AFTERNOON (Sabbath), the 8th May. ROBERT CRAIG,   Undertaker.

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

GUNNING; '(From our Correspondle.nt. I WESLEYAN M. I. Society.--On Tuesday night the usual weekly meeting was held. The resignation of Mr. Timmis as a memiber was accepted, and Mr. Woodwaifd was apidinted secretary, and W. Crunrdwell as editor of the journal. The business consisted of the read ing of the Jdurnal, only one contribution however being forthcoming, viz., "A Few Thoughts'? by Incognitia. A debate on'the question of opening-public, libraries, and kiridred institutions on Sunday, which.will be opened in favor of opening by-Mr. N.- T. Collins and Mr. W. Crundwell taking ti: lead on the opposite side.. On Thursday night at a-meeting of the Star, of Gunning Lodge,7 -85o, G.U.OO.F, a number of members applied for clearances for the purpose offorming a new lodge of this order. The new lodge, which is to be called ' The True Friendship" will open with about 20 members on Friday next. i Persons interested in land:in'this district will do well to remember the sale. oi Wednesday. t...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

j REUTER'S. TELEGRAMS. SLONDON, MONDAY. .FREQUENT riots continue throughout Ire~ d in- consequence of the number of forced evictions which are daily increasing. A?ne?i Q Cape:Ministry has been formed under the premiership of Mr. Scanlan. Intelligence has been received from the comimander of the French forces in the Tunisian territory to the effect that the column are steadily continuing its march in the direction of the capital city; and the advance troops are causing much alarm. The Turkish Government and the Bey of Tunis protest against the violation of the territory by the French.

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

Teleg.raphic Intelligence [FROMI OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, TUESDAY. THE cenisus returns are stillvincomplete. :It is calculated from present returns; and the probable uumber yet to arrive, that the popu lation of the colony will, reach about .760,000 Refreshing. rain has fallen in many of the country districts.. Henry Kendall the Australian Poet, has been appointed .Government Inspector of StateForests. . . At yesterday's, wool sales competition was weak.and prices were low.. for the principal lines, well-scoured realised from a6d. to 2xd. : Burglaries, in the suburbs are, on the in, crease., .. On Sunday afternoon the residence of the Sydney P.C. at Petersham was blroken .into and a .quantity of .valuable" jewellery was taken. . . . A Chinatnan .was. found in a paddock at Botanysuffering from leprosy, and was removed to the station at La Perouse. The; schooner, Experiment foundered off Althorpe's, South Australia, on Sunday night. Captain Hunt and one se; man were drowned. The o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

WV:nsted. SB O Y about fourteen to mind a Shop. SApply, L. MANDELSHON, Auburnateet. "Vanted. ? OD PENERAL SERVANT; n?a wash. ±1 i- T. GANNON, Church Hill.\ Wa ~ted. IRL about 14, to ind a baby and make LL merself generally - ful. M ansJ LEEKE, Mayo.street, near new gaol. \ W .ted. SLI TLE GIRL nurso a bby. MRas. T. C. Denneen, Mun\ly.streot. Wanted ed. ^ COKI( and LAUNDRESS. Apply oMns. DAVIES, Elsmere, Clifford-street. Wanted, A_. YOUNG PERSON as HOUSEMAIi nd to asisot with Children. Apply, ns. BROE, Burge Villa, Ooulburn. Wsanted, .T Gi!cspiL'm Boot Factory, SIX o:I1T .BOYS. " CHARLES GILLESPIE, Gsh . S. : ...Wanted. ~IGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS aslApp n L ties;bt;V'Wood & Co's Boot Faotory ply WOOD?&00CO'd Auburnoatreet. V A(JANCIES for three or four RESL'PETABLE V I.NG M EN 'for Board nod Iesidence. Apply to us. HAZELWOOD, Lilhgbw-street, near Aubur Terrace. TO LETa BOUSE hid GROUNDS at Ilicl/l; and NVanted to Purlase, GIN BOTTLEI large and int. JOHN O'l IEN, Imperia...

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Presbyterian Band of Courage. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

Presbyterian Band of Courage. THE usual monthly meeting of the temper ance society bearing the above name met in St. Andrew's schoolroom last evening. There was a very large attendance of members and friends, and from the applause that followed the rendering of each piece it was very evi dent that the grown-up portion of the audi ence enjoyed it as well as the youngsters. The Rev, A. M. Tait (president) occupied the chair, and after a hymn had been sung and prayer offered up, examined the children on the parable of the prodigal son, when they gave prompt and explicit answers. The after portion of the programme, however, seemed more acce?tibl?e?6 the' audience,' and com menced with a' recitation entitled "Lady Clare," to which Miss A.. Kerr did justice, and was followed by master D. McKellar, who recited the "The Sea Boy's Dream." The next item was a solo by Miss J. Lang, which she sang with great credit to herself ahd t6 the delightfof the audience, as was expressed by the rapturous...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Per favor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

P . ·ei faoir of the Evening Pennf Post.: i: SmIR,-It is ·with pleasurel ,inotice a: .liberal p·rogramme :has been issued -for the Queen's Birthday,; and I: :trist ithe: committee Wvill exercise :alittle more judgmieht and codmiion seise th'ian :the lahte lainented' " fiascd ' of Easter:' Monday. WVas it .justice to give' a gigantic: massive :muscular contestant 15 niinutes start !!in the :hour?:1 I- think it sh?ouied h:ighly of: phltiality. AInd again, is it the rule to accept: our 'entrance money without a nomination? if so, !we are subject to the: very erratic judgment of inexperience : In jistice to Mr. Geol Mc CCdnnell;\ I: intist say everything, went smitoothily and' fair- while lie .was there;::::. ; :' i'. :: : , .:. . ? :? % :! ,.." - I remain, &c, ANAHi . _LETE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

TRADE MARK, :VALTHiAM, MASS.?-The AMEIRICAN WATCH CoM?PANY, of- :Waltham,. Massachusetts,? U.S.A., hereby give notice that :their :Trade;Mairk, "Waltham, Mass.," is now registered in the Australian Coloni of 'Victoria, New South Wales, and Zealand.: -Proceedings will be'taken'-gnn . ariny person:copying or imitating same, .--_ vendors selling or offering for sale eatches bearing colorable imitations or in any way infringig our' rights. --':American. Watch Company,: Waltham, Mass. . ::: A: ~hMERICAN WVAL'rHAMn: WATCHES were awarded: the Onlr' TWb First Prizes at t Melbourn'eIniernational Exhibition; I8 r,'-. bleisgHigher As;ard than any other Exhi itor of watches received. -GOULBU.RN & QUEANBEYAN Evenintgq Penny Post, S .. [PRIuITE?D Y SThEAIM] pUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY S ' and SATURDAY AFTERNOON It hIas the largest ciroulation of any paper south of Sydney, and is a first-class advertising medium TERMS OF SUBSCIOIPTION: 1B2. per Ain im, or 3s. per Quarter in Advance. ...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

Church of England Working Men's) Literrary Assooiation, THE attendance at the weekly meeting of the above, which took place last evening, was very fair; the chair being occupied by the vice-president, Mr. H. B. Monkley. Mr. D. Clifford apologized for the absence of the Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Irvin'-, who was at Yass, Letters of resignation were read from Messrs. R. H. Clifford and A. Mitchell, which were received with regret; and the secretary was requested to acknowledge the receipt or the last number of the Church of England Record. Messrs. F. Robyns and L. F. Meyer were nominated for membership. Mr. T. H. Line gave notice of his intention to move, at the next meeting, the following motion :-" That in future the ministry ap pointed to carry out debates shall consist of three members only." Mr. D. Clifford also gave notice that he would move the addition of the words "and dealt with " at the end of the second clause of the routine of business. It transpired that nothing had been heard f...

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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

CROOKWIVELL. .(Fi am syin sioeaoilid.s \RisiN ATx LAsTi; About on hdo'clock on Sun day moinmng the much needed raian -bean to 'descend, ai'd for .ed'rly iterinty fout hours (ve hIave h'd niie iiciessnt dowiinpour. Stundany was tihorofglily, iilctinleet, so iulith so that no s4rvices vwerf held iat"any of oui'r' laces"of worship ;indeed it was a rare thing to see any one outside theie r dlivlliigs.during?'theI day. The couintiry has t ':a ;good soa~k?inigindiis now fit for tlhe;ilou~lh and ni doulib?:tiour fariier's will 'ak'espeedy advaintage of thiis and make' ip ifosssible 9o1ll lost tinmie thrbigh the long drought.' :' . . i Our Post anid.Telegraph office- We he'r thWt this poperty" :has: b'een :.old by 'Mr. Mo0lanh,?ivho for some time pjast ha-is' liad it in the market for s'ale, 'nd halis nomw fourid a piurchaser. Itdoes appe r' rather strnange that the Gove&imeht".did libt' secure this prop1t, )as it s?iS'iry .veliadbpted aud wvell asithaitd for thd"usprp6 es' :to6' wh...

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