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

Trevanian I 'Lady Trevanian has children of her own, and-' 'And is that a reason,' demanded Edward, for the first time giving way to the feelings which were secretly consuming him, 'that I slhould be cdnsigned to the care of a wretched hireling, with instructions that he should break my temper? Fit directions for a father to leave I Break my temper !' he repeated; in other words, debase and brutalize my mind with blows I But go on sir I You have condescended to enteron your defence, and it is fit I should hear you patiently !' At the word 'defence,' the baronet coloured deeply-for he was a proud and at times a very determined man. He continued, how ever--for there was something in the bittei irony and tone of his neglected son which awed him. "Explanation, Edward,' he said, 'would have been a better word; but no matter ! Had you died in Italy, the world might have accused Lady Trevanian of neglect; or worse, perhaps-for it seldom judges charitably the conduct of the step-mother: the...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

GOULTBURN ITEMS. WE have received the prize schedule of the Bathurst Juvenile Exhibition, to be opened on Wednesday, 2nd November next. The exhibition is got up with a view of stimulating the industry and ingenuity of the young. The prizes will consist of certificates and medals,. and are offered for numerous and miscel laneous exhibits, and confined entirely to the competition of boys and girls under twenty one years of age. Non-competitive exhibits are also invited. The idea of the promoters seems to be to reward merit aid offei encour agement to the juivenile class of the commu nity; A glance, at the names of the patrons and committee is enoughfor public assurance of the good faith of such an exhibition, and we have no doubt but from most of the dis tricts of the southern part of the colony re presentative exhibits will be sent; and we will be very much mistaken if Goulburn is not well represented at the same, for it is ivell known that there are amongst us many of the youth of b...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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The Nomination [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

The Nomination OFan alderman for contre ward took place at noon to-day, about seventy ratepayers were present. Mr. F. Horn one of the candidates, though seriously ill, was also present, and his appearance was the signal for a burst of applause. Prior to the-Mayor reading the nomination papers Mr. Horn handed him a written, protest against the proceedings; he also handed a similar document to Mr. Martin. The Mayor next read out the names of Mr. F. Horn and Mr. Wmn. Martin as the candidates nominated, and stated that the election would take place on Monday hext between the hours of 8 and 3, the places for polling would be duly announced by advertisement in the papers. The meeting at this stage was slightly inter. rupted, and when order was restored Mr. Horn addressed the meeting, and spoke bitterlp on the conduct of some of his opponents, who had spread a report that hle had not been ill at all, but had lbeen hiding, and an alderman had even stated that bhe, Me. Horn, had been seen in...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. NATAL, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Freont Sydney Daily Papers. I NATAL, May 6. RECENT advices from the Transvaal report that the native (African) inhabitants are showing signs of great hostilities towards the Dutch Boers, to whom they decline to remain subject. Their attitude of late has become of a threatening character, and they openly announce their intention of rising in force as soon as the British troops occupying the territory have withdrawn across'the frontier. The action of the natives tends to greatly complicate the questions remaining before the Royal Commission. CAPE TOWN, May 6. The resignation of the Ministry of Mr. Gordon Sprigg has been tendered. The re signation has been accepted by the Governor, Sir Hercules Robinson. ST. PETERSBURG, May 6. Although no comprehensive changes have been initiated in the internal administration of Russian affairs since the accession of the present Czar, rumours are none the less freely circulated to the effect that extensive reforms will shortly be intr...

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

To the Editor of te EVening PeIinn! Post i"sK,I Ivis1i to ?d?a. atteiitiob rthr6ighl your colirnihs tb'th iiunfai: hiai-icapping· of doinmpetitors n? i? ?W:. "oin-: . hilitir's ~walkibg Snatclfo!w' tH-Easte~: bloid,,i), ,'ii't; liat a. similar event forms part of the Oddfellow' programme to be carried out on the show ground on Queen's Birthday. In tile last match the winner had 15 minutes start; and it is no credit to him for having won it so easily, as it would have given Edwards a task to have caught him. Again, the entrance money ivas three shillings, and those who enfei-ed had to submit to any handicap, or not compete. Co:: uld not the handicap be limited. to five minutes, and posted in a conspicious place a few minutes before the event came off--thus dealing with more im partiality: and fairness to competitors. I feelr:certain that impartiality in athletics, especially in this new feature, will do much to.'create ;competition, and make athletic spbrtsmore- frequent. : . I remai...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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POLICE COURT, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

POLICE COURT, May 4. BEFORE J. F Kenyon and.A; S. Jones, J's.P. One case. was called'but there was no ap pearance. Slaughtering licenses were granted to W..J. Wilson of Frankfield, and Thos. Dowling of Blakeney's Creek;i An extehsion of license was granted to W. A. Preston to the race course, Dalton, for' 5th May, also licens'e for music and dancing .to W. A. Preston. and' wv.;J. Dowling, SMALL DB'TS COURT.i .:,-, John Clarke v. John Clifford.-- 7 for moneylent and goods sold. Defendant Iput in a set-off. After the usual'style of small debts cases, there was plenty of talk. Eventually th~i bench gave aiverdict fori paintiff for .£4 16s. and 12s. costs of court, and 7s expenses of one witness. *May 6. SBefore Messrs;' J. :F. Keiiyoh and A. S. Jones, J.P.'s.. : . Williain IH. Franicis was 'charged ivitl larceny. Senior-constable Buckley )deposed 'On Slast Wednesday. Mr. Alexander Abby of Fish River called at the police station and made a reportto me, with reference to'some propeity: w...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. WE learn from Wilcatinia, oni Satuiday last that a siugget weighingg .15 oz. has Ibeen pic~k;ed' ti; and sold for £4- an dunce. . nugget weighing 43 oz. hlas also been found, of which 2 z.o is q.uartz . . It is raiining steadily, -and splenidid 'raiis. have faillen all over the district. It iwas rain ing heavily at Mount Brownse wiheithe mail left;. At Temora Head and Aldridge again s'truck msignificent gold 7 feetfrbim thesurface. No. 8 deep lead has struck water.: Tait andparty ha~'e struckrichi gold in.tlih claii& oh Tynmiii's. A 5:oz.filugget was got from iL. M ,ir Pouiltori,, clerk'of 0orl?s, is arranging for temporary site for a'ptiblic schoolon which tob 'erect fa new sch6ol. The dhily ttenridahce'bf children is 200. Several.people are applying for leases at Teilora. The min'eiS strongly object to graitii'g ieases uiitil the field 'is exhau~ied; especiallyt as tlhey belie,;e tl~at"the' le'I.ses will be olly for speculative purposes. The Little Getiisufa...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

FROQM time to time we have advocated the establishment of experimental farms in the centres of agricultural districts, and although the ma~tter has since been mooted in Parlia ment nothing as yet seems to have been done towards the establishment of such; and we once more ask the farmers, who are most di rectly interested, to speak out on the question, for if a series of resolutions adopted at public. meetings of farmers, and also! by the various committees of the Agricultural Associations throughout the colony,, were sent to the Co lonial Secretary during the present recess, the subject of the test farms would ;be certain to receive some consideration, and when Parlia ment meets a month hence something definite will in all probability be arrived at. But while the Government notice that the people themselves-are dilatory on the subject there is very little chance of their moving in the matter, foir it milst be understood that the policy of every Government- hIas ,alivays been to keep...

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

O T' 00cNNOISS RS OF WINE. FieRY FALLUN'S OHAM GNE. To be had Sat P. McENCROE'S, Sol ogent for Fallon's Widces ' WOODHOUSELEE, A Bazaar & Bruce he n WILL D?E HeLD A.T T'HE ABOVE PL On Saturday, l1th pr mo; TO aire funds for C. E. CHIURCH at WOOD-. HOUSELEE. Subscriptions of any kind thahkfully received by tho underesigned; The CROOKWELL BAND wil..be on the. .groulid." FREDK. J. DA?V1S;. PRI Z E _ME DAI . TIE .GouL'auRN PHOTOQGRXPHIC SIYDL? , J. Auburnstreet, opposite Royal, .ol, open dsily frire 9 a.m., till 4 pm. / :PICTURES: copied. aud enlarged to F SIz. PRIZE :MEDAL awarded at the ML d vunse TNTyeATI+o??AIEixuInmT0?" and FIR ? RIZE frbmathe Goulburri:,A. P. and H. Society. S..::;: RUDOLPH CASPERS. .NB:.-1 wishiit to be distinctly understood that I NEVER SLL anllyone's picture, nor do [ Exursebn any except uhen permission is given. AND CHEAP // JiRAP CAMBOURNE'S, SEVERAL CASES NOW OPENEDI), OWEN FURNER & 0SN8 HAVING MADE A LARGE IMPOSRTATION OF MAOHINERY AND G'ene...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

GOULBURNI POLICE COURT. MoNDAY, MAY 9. BEFORE Mr. C. S. Alexander. Thomas Horan (a stranger) was charged with being drunk in a public place. Pleaded guilty, and was fined Ios or three days' im prisonment. Ann Dunbar was charged with vagrancy and having no visible means of support. Senior.sergeant Fenton proved the charge against prisoner, and having been before the court on former occasions, she was convicted and ordered to be sent to gaol for three months with hard labour. The Court then adjourned. An insolvent meeting in the estate of John Perry, of Binalong, was held before Mr. C, S. Alexander, the acting District Commis sioner. Insolvent was present and.amended his schedule by the addition of accounts due to-Milton and Cubitt, £7 I4s; G. Prosser, 2 i 3s ; Johi: O'Brien, ?r 4s; Riley Bro thers, £JI 5s; -- Lawless, £4 1os; - Holmes, £I·; F. Hume, Li 4s 6d. Insol vent stated that: he had paid Prince, Ogg, and Co. £148, for 'wvhic he held receipts, andithe former 'amouht due to this...

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MEAT-FREEZING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

MEAT-FREEZING COMPANY. A PRELIMINARY meeting of persons inter ested in forming a company for the purpose ot freezing meat took place yesterday after noon in the committee-room of the Me chanics' Institute. Amongst those present we noticed the Honorable James Chisholm, M.L.C., and Mlessrs. P. G. Myers, M.P., Thomas Ayling, S. Emanuel, I. Shepherd, T. Marsden, W. Gale, A. A. Kerr, D. J. Mc Leod, J. Slocombe, W. Jobson, J. Brown hill, S. Ferguson, W. R. Riley, G. Martyr, Burchell, G. Ranlken, A. Chisholm, S. H. Belcher, E. Butler, A. Jeffrey, Wyatt, Ken nedy, H. Carr, C. Rogers, and others. Upon the motion of Mr. I. Shepherd, se conded by Mr. S. Emanuel, the Hon. James Chisholm was voted to the chair. The Chairman haying read the advertise ment calling the meeting, stated that the object of such was a laudable one, and which was the establishing of a better market than they had at present for their stock. There had been an agitation: going on for some time past; and a company had been ...

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

BIRTH. May 7th, at Tirranna Lodge, MRS. MICHAEL   VAUGHAN of a son.

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BUNGENDORE. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 May 1881

BUNGENDORE. (From our Correspondent.) ACCIDENT.-On last Saturday, whilst young Sherd was driving a horse in a spring-cart, the winkers came off and the animal at once commenced bucking, which nearly capsized the machine, throwing Sherd out of the cart   and the wheel running over his ankle, bruised him very much. The horse then bolted; but fortunately after a short run the wheels came in contact with a fence, which stopped his career without doing further damage. The Weather.--After long threatening, the rain commenced to fall on last Saturday evening, and continued without intermission the whole of the night. This will prove of great service to the farmers, as they will start to work at once with their plough. Pigeon Matches.-As duly announced, a series of matches were shot off on the flat at the rear of the court house. Each event filled well, and some excellent shooting was done. 'The following are the results :· First sweep, three birds each. Won by Mr. A. Phelps, w...

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

BREVITIES. NOMINATION this morning. Potatoes as they mature should be dug; anid9 if not sold should be " pitted." A Meat-freezing Company is at last in a' fair way of being launched in Gbulburn.,:" SThere are eight thousand buildings im Adelaide. A change in the weather has taken place in this district at last. The wheat prospects in the south ofR.s'ai are reported as slilendid. The halt yearly meeting of the. Gouiburna Rifle associati'on takes place this evening at, the rear of Bushman's tailoring establishmient. At Temora a good fall of rain has taken: place, 'hich has already caused a ,chaligfi a trade. "- cag The' Marquis of Salisbuiy has been choseim leader'of the Coriservitive party in England, . : Only threel, ldermen were present at tlhe Municipal Council meeting at Cooma oinl Tuesday last. . . . Mr. G. F, Miller, one of the proprietors of" ihe Cooma Express; was married on WVedne-? da'alast.' Wee wish him joy. :Far'mers should. keep 'the plough, going, and the sowing of the...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

Trevanian ! And now that we are friends once more,' 'continued Therese-' there, you need not kiss my hand, so I I'll tell you what li has, brought me thus early ! I knew I should find you in thechurch I Fanny and I are going to Newstead ! gi ' Alone?' iiquired the organist. 'No:I' ' Geor? Maitland and the young squire are to accompany. you ?' said Charles Gra ham,. with a deep drawn sigh.: . . : Right iagain !You certainly do inprove I replied thlei iure-minded girl, not dreaming that any. one, could be base enough to con strue ,evil out of that which to her was a source of innocent gratification 'and, we want you to. pass the day at the cottage with papa " We? 'shall feel quite easy at leaving him in your care ! You hesitate I" added the maiden, with surprise; 'very well, sir-it is riot often` that, I ask. afavour of any one ! Stephein Fraifklin will not refuseme ? ' Stephen Franklin:was the only son of one of the wealthiest farmers of the Trevanian estate: a dashing merry heartedy...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

G(OULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY II. BEFORE Messrs. Voss, .A Chisholm, and Conolly:.: William Chapman and William Steven were chari'ged by' Constable Agassiz with riotous behaviour on the 20th April at Marulan. Mr:. Gannoif appeared for defendants. Constable Agassiz. deposed: On the 20th last month, about a quarter to nine in the evening; while on duty at the railway-station at Marulan I heard shouting in the direction of the Terminus Hotel; on going there I saw two'mrnen scuffling ; one of ,them wais on 'the ground; it was .rather dark at the time; I could not well distinguish faces; but I recog nised Chapman, while the other man got up and ran away; I saw, seveial blows exchanged previous to my reaching the scene, and also heard very bad language used; I spoke ' to defendant Chapman as to who he had been fighting with, and he made no reply; I noticed that he had a severe cut under' one of his eyes ; I told himn I would summons himfor riotous conduct and using obscene languag...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

[. I EUTER'S TELEOGRAOMS, LONDON, WEDNSDAY. Favourable reports have been made on the hop fields, an excellent ciop-is-anticipated:' The wool sales opened yesterday: 5200 bales are catalogued. The tone of the miar ket is animated, and prices show an improve ment. SThe latest news from. Calie Ton n states that the Transvaal is in a very unsettled con dition, and many cases of violence are re= ported on the part of the Boers. The Naval Customs, owing to the state of affairs, liave decreased to the extent of £20,000 in three months: -The war in Basutoland 'makes little pro gresý, although further advances have been made into the enemy's cotiuntry.

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

Pegrapiic Intelligence [Faost oUR CORRESPONTDNS. SIDNEY, THunsDAY. THE military defence commission sat for a. - short time ,yesterday, and adjourned till Monday next, ;the. only business.transacted was the ,consideration ,f the cominitte's report. A. fire broke ?:out .,at Curran's grocery establishment ;in ,George-street, :;early this. morniigg; the weatherboard store was. com pletely destrpyed, with the contents of goods. The main building wasmuch damaged. The loss is estimated at about L6ooo.' At a; large meeting held..yesternight, at Newcastle, resolutions were cairied urgingthe Government .to take. immediate steps to legislate on the Chinese question. . : At yesterdaiy's wool sales, only at small quantity was catalogued, which sold at late rates. .: . . . The customs trade for the first four.months of the present .year, shows an increase of fully 2r per cent. on the corresponding period of last year. The census~ returns .of Hobartown, gives a population of a6,0o0.. . . At a meet...

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NOMINATION OF ALDERMAN FOR CENTRE WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

N1OMINATION OF ALDEliIlAN FOR CENTRE WARD. ON Tuesday last the nomination of an alder man for the centre ward took place in the Council Chambers, where about seventy rate payers assembled to witness the proceedings. Mr. F. Horn, one of the candidates, on entering the room was greeted with deafening cheers; and his appearance was that of a person who had suffered much sickness recently. The Mayor, before commencing the- pro ceedings, was handed a written protest by Mr. Horn; and Mr. Martin was handed a similar document by the same gentleman. Both of these were signed by F. Horn as alderman, and protested against the pro ceedings. The Mayor then read the nomination papers as received. The first was nominating Mr. Frederick Horn, builder; and signed by Dr. Davidson, C. Mc Alister, and Willianm Southal. The next was nominating. Mr. William Martin, ironmonger; signed by E. Hines, E.. Ball, James Jessep, and G. Harris. He (the Mayor) stated that he had received another paper; but it came ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

A GE' ERAL SERVAN Apply aI once to Li'o, UURRIE, Aubur street. 'GEN'RAL SERVANI Apply at ane to 1=_ Mn2/ KNOPP, Montague Nreet. A BO Y about fourteen to mind Shop. A pply, L. MANDELS-ION, Aubtirni t. 'wasn ac. A D.oENERAL, S ?VATNT e l?/.sh A ing,,-J GANNON, . unroh Hilly A Q t0ui d .LAUNDR,,iS. Ap ily tp Mi.i Sh a be ns! * '1. " E, E-:s-Wanre, Ci d.srdc , " ,"O _ PERSONa HOUSEMA and-to .L 'aism ih Children..? pply, M s B .RGE, Burge? ?Vla,.Goulburn. T Gillespie's Boot .Factory, SIX T -. BOYS.' CHARLES ,GILLESPIE, Goulburn. EIGHT.OR NINE SMART BOY "A re tiets, at Wood &. 0Cs Boot Fao ory .pply WOOD & CO'S., Auburn.street; -.. W iat.e d.. 1" 4 BUSHELS PRIM11E SEED OATS, s 6h, " ,.,de "oerod at Railway Station. ' JS. J. ROBE ,Auctioneer, Auburwustreet. . ITii a E ND-HAND SPRING CART, in good 0re JOSEPH J. ROBERTS, A u4ouoneer, Aube n-sroest.,J A RE~ PECTABLE MAN and his WIFE to loik after an invalid ady. The aan must be able 1o milk, drive, garde , and mal himself usef...

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