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Goulburn Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

'. Goulburn Literary and Debating Society, THIs society held its usual weekly meeting on Tuesday evening last. There was a very good attendance of members on the ocasion, and the Rev. A M. Tait (president) occupied the chair. The usual preliminary business of the society was tiansacted, and after Mr. A. Bryson jun. was re-elected a member of the society, several matters bearing on the wel fare -of the society were discussed. The chairman then left the chair which was after-' wards occupied by Mr. J. Walker. The special business set aside for the evening (imnnpromptu : addresses) was then' proceeded with. Mr. 'J Cuuzner 'addressed the iieeting on " Temperance,'? which:he advocated, and recommended to his fellow-members. The members. being allowed to criticise the ad dresses,several took advantage of the privilege. Mr. Donald then expounded hisviews on the subject of the ". Centre Ward" Election,"the same calling forth ia good deal of.discussion, after whichMr. Anderson gave his opini...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (Abridged from the Age). THE agreeable change in the weather whichI occurred on Saturday night, has been wel comed on all hands, as before its occurrence the lprospect was gloomy indeed, especially to the farmer, "vho saw the most favourable season for wheat-sowing passing away without the possibility-of ploughing operations being carried out. About 9 plm or Saturday the overcast sky broke, and with greater or less veheinence the clouds poured out their precious contents upon the thirsty earth. Before the day broke on Sunday the streets inithe towni of Queanbeyan were inundated, and.. the culverts poured down perfect torrents of drainage water. The rivers and creeks rose considerably during the day, and with the previous accumulation of so much dust, the 'streets and roads became very muddy. Though somewhat late, the arable soil of the district can now be ploughed with ease, and for a few weeks our farmers will: be extremely busy with the operations of plough ing and sow...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS;. THE election of an alderman for the Centre Wa'ird of the Boroughv will take: place 6n Monday next.?' The. hours of, polling will be from 8 am. to 3 p.m.; the polling places wvill be the :old bankir Montag'ie-street and the Council Clhambers.: Ourcorresplondent at Canlieria states that rain fell in'.thatdisirict oni Sunday night and Monday morning. Farmers. are now in a fair way of carrying on seasonable operations. At the Couincil meeting last night the clause of the Improvemient C6mmittee report having reference to the nuisance in -Market street evoked a'i .animated discussion, in which '-each of the aldermen ;present took part; and after an expression of 'opinionwwas given, the clauise ias it'reads was adopted. On the 24th inst. aiseries of pigeon matches wvill take place .on the Victorian 'Recreatibn Ground, and We iunderstand that there will be amongst the competitors several from the metropolitan 'district.' As the iinumber of birds will be almost unhlimited, a...

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

WINDELLAMA. ( r?,on ou.r o.,respoiden .) WAiLLBY DRIVE.-The. custom of holding onie ofthese every Saturday on the gr6unds of somre 'of the neighbours is now fully established.. The amusement is:? considered l y :a great many people to be very 'good, though fatiguing; While the -amount of good that is accomplished would be difficult to reckon, for I have been told by several that the number that is continually being shot does not appear to diminish the marsupial race to any great extent. No doutibt however in time the effect may be more apparent. Well, to return, a drive was held last Saturday on the property of Mr. J. J. Croker. A goodly number of persons put in an appear ance, and an early start was made for the haunts of the marsupials. The firing was brisk throughout the day; and when the shades of night put an end to the sport, it was found that one hundred and three of the hated tribe had fallen. A sumptuous repast was prepared by Mrs. Croker, which all enjoyed. Church of Engla...

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

BREVITIES, ROLL up to-morrow night. New Insolvent.-Ellen Mc Dere of Goul burn.: ' Liabilities, ,,55 Iis; assets, £2. Mr. Stephen, assignee.. The Bulletin 'libel case is not yet con cluded. Some wonderful disclosures are made in the evidence. T he congregation of the Rev. Mr. Strong, of Melbourne, have raised his stipend from 0ooo to £12oo a year. - Serious outrages are being committed on the Jews in Russia: '250 has been granted by the Government for repairing the road from Marulan to. the lime-kilns. Tenders are invited in the Gazette for ad ditious to the Court-house, Crookwell. T he tender of 'J. Kealman .has 'been :ac cepted for additions, &c., to the Court-house, Queanbeyan. A District Court will be held at Yass on Monday, 13th June next. Senior-constable Cade has been appointed Registrar of tlhe' Small Debts Courts at Taralga... j5o has been sanctioned by the Govern ment for the road fromh Wheeo via Byalla to Gunning. - Oxford won the University boat-race by four lengt...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. On Wednesday afternoon, an accident, which might have been attended with iery seriotis results, happened to Mr. William Macdowail, farmer and grazier, Durran Durra. This gentleman was in the act of mounting his horse at the Albion Hotel, for the purpose of returning home, his foot being in the stirrup, when something frightening the animal it stepped suddenly back, the conse quence being that Mr. Macdowall fell heavily to the ground, and the horse trod upon him, inflicting a nasty cut upon the side of his face. H-e was picked up and taken into the hotel in a semi-unconscious state, and i)r. Llewellyn, who was an eye-witness to the accident; was immediately in attendance, and his' patient having recovered consciousness, the doctor stitched the wound. Mr. Macdowall was ther put to bed, and on Thursday, although considerably shaken, he was able to get up and walk about and subsequently returned home in a buggy.-Dispatch. Tenders Accepted.-The following tenders have been ...

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BUNGENDORE. POLICE COURT, Friday, 6th May. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

BUNGENDORE. (ro......... m oiu; Correspoudent.) POLICE COURT,- Friday, 6th May. BEFORE his Worship J. B. Burke, J.P. N. Powell v. S. Kenniedy-For unlawfully entering plaiintiff's land. Defendant pleaded guilty. SPlaintiff said he did not wish to press for a heavy .penalty-it was more to caution himr and others from doing the like. . His Worship said under those circumstances he would only make a light fine.:- The de fendant rendered himself liable to a fine otf 'o or three montlhs' imprisonment. This was a practice that required putting a stop to, as some persons made it a common practice of going through other people's ground with odut getting, permission.. They thought they could do just as they pleased. After severely cautioning defendant that if he or anyone else were again brought before himn lie would ;nflict the heaviest penalty, defenridant'in this case would be fined' ?os and costs. Fine paid.

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Fromn Sylney Daily Papers.) LONDON, May 9. IN the House of Commons to-day, Mr. Gladstone proposed the motion of wlhich he had previously given notice, that a monument should be raised, at the expense of the country,.to the memory of the late Earl of Beaconsfield. Mr. Labouchere also intro duced his amnendment against the propiosal. On a division being taken, Mr. Gladstone's motion was carried by a matjority of 326.. A motion similar to that of the Premier was proposed in the House of Lords, and carried unanimously. S PARIS, May 9. -The French Government have given in structions to their ambassador at Constan tinople- to notify to the Porte that should any Turkish troops be dispatched to Tunis at the present juncture, it will be considered a casus bd/li. SFurther information has been received frodm the General in command of the forces at Tunis, who reports that he has now obstained possession of the stronghold of the Kroumirs. S. -. LONDON, May 9. - The relations bet...

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

AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCHES were awarded the Only Two First Prizes at th Melbourne International Exhibition, 188 r being HigherAward than any other ExhiIto - of watches received. 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 OF SUBSOrIPTION: 12s. per Aneaamans or 3s. per Quarter * . a.A&rl wssuee. Any subscriber wishing to decline the papsi must do so.at the end of the quarters terminating in March, June, September, and December, is ivriting,.or will.be held responsible for the amousn of their subscription.. .. JOB PRINTINO : The Evening Penny Post Steam Machine Printin, Olffice is the OCHEAPEST OFFICE OUT OF SYDNEY Job Printing. Orders oxecuted at the shortest notice. " Agents Quoeubeyan ..................... E. P. Longh" Canberra ' ........ ......:..:....E.Booth Gundaroo .................H. ...

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MONDAY, 9TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

MONDAY, 9TH MAY.' Before H. G. Powell and J. B. Burke, JT's.P. John Williams alias Happy Jack was Jbrought before their Worships for using ob scene language in a public place.', .. . Constable Torpy deposed: On last Satur day. night,.between 9 and so o'clock, 'my at= tention was called to prisoner being drunk in a h6ous'e, and he wvould not leave it for the owner, Whlio. was standing otitside her own door; she told me there was a man in her. house; she had asked him to leave the place several times, and' he would not do so'; she requested me to get prisoner to leave the place, as she was afraid of him; I went in side and saw prisonier alone sitting on a ch'air ; I asked him to leave the place quietly; he' had an open knife in his hand; he walked ouit alter me, and I told him to leave the place quietly and go away; he replied "Ill see you b - d first," and then made a'rush to go back again.; I then arrested him for using obscene language ; he rose his lhands to. strike me, and made t...

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Goulburn Post-Office Time - Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

Goulburn Post-Office Time - Table, MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM BINDA, at 8 p.m. on. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Bore, at midnight daily, Saturday excepten Braidwood,.midnight daily, Saturday excepted 3readalbane, at 1.15 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted Bungendore, at midnight on!Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday B3ungonia, at 1.7 a.m. daily, Monday excepted - Canberra; at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday - Carrick,..at 2.29p.m.in daily, Sunday excepted Collector, at 1.15 a i.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Cooma, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, .and Friday; and 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, aid Friday Crookwell, at 8 p.m. oni Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Currawang, at 0.30 p.m. inon Tuesday, Thursday, and ,aturday Curraweela, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Dalton, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday and Friday Fullerton, at 8 p m. on Monday and Friday: Giinderroa, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, .and Friday Golspie, at 4.p.m. on Monday and Friday Gundaroo, at 1.15. a. inm daily,...

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

TO CONNOI -.EURs OF WINE. TRRY FALLUN'S OHAN AGNE. To be had at P. McENCROE'S, So. Agent for Fallon's Wisees. WOOD- USELEE. A Bazaar & B uce Auction WILL BE 1 0 LD A/ TLIE ABOV t PLA E . On Saturday, 14tý pro_ i o, T rais undo for 0. U. ellL ClI at X D H I I SELEEI. Subscripti, of a L.ind thank r y received by the undersign ed. The Cl OOIKWELL BAND wi be on the ground. FREDK. J. AVIS. PRIZE MEDAL. THE GouronN P1O'tOGR-E tPHTIO S 'UDIO, . Auburn-street, opposite Royal Ho el, open daily from 9 a m. till 4 p.m. i PICOTURES copied and enlarged to ,in Siz'. PRIZE? MEDAL -awarded at the S >O Er)osIE, INTiCeA-raOA,. lExulnrrIox, and FIR .E' RIZE from-the Goulbuin A. P. and H. Soeiet RUDOLPHI CAS ERS. N.B.-1 wish it to be distinctly understood that I[ NEVEia sHL, anyone's picture, nor do I EXUIBIT any except ohen permission is given. AND - CHEAP AT CAMBOUN 8U SEVERAL CASES NOW OPENED,. OWEN FURNER& 80N8 HAVING MADEI A LARGE IMPORTATION OF MAC HINERY AND Gener"adl ionmwong...

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THE GOULBURN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

THE GOU?BURN RIFLE ASSOOIA'TION. THUE half-yearly meeting of the above associa tion was held in the large room at the rear of A. Bushman's tailoring establishment on Tuesday evening last. Captain Blackshaw presided, and there were twenty-five members plresent. The proceedings commenced by the clhair man reading the advertisement convening the meeting; and, after explaining the business, he called upon the hon. secretary to read the report and balance-sheet, as follows: First Half-yearly Report of the Goulburn Volunteher Rifle Association, ending March, 1881. Your Committee, in presenting their first report, have very great pleasure in congratulating the members on the financial position of the association, which has only been six months in existence. During that short time the receipts have amounted to £29 Is, and the expenditure to £7 Gs 3d, leav. ihg'a balance at end of half-year of £21 14s 9d1, which speaks well for the economy practised by your committee, whenait is taken into c...

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 May 1881

GOULIBURN BOROUGo . COUNCoIL. THE regular meeting of the above took pilacei last evening. Present-The dMayor, a'nd Alderiimen Wardle, Mc Connell,. Osborne, Caldwell, and Wombey. The minutes of previous nieetings regular and special, also of the coinbined insurancel agents and council and nomination meetings; wvere read and confirmed. SAlderman McConnell. objected ° to .the confirmation of the minuites of :tthe wpater! supply meeting, on the grounds of taio alder men not havin?g, the business to.be c6nsidered at that special meetilig on the circtilars re ceive? by. them. . Alderman WVombey stated that his circular for that meeting had been mislaid, as he didh not receive it until the following day ata quarter-past four in the afternonn and al thouglh he went to Currawang on. the day of the" meeting,. he would have deferied his journey and: been at such: meeting had he known of it, and would most,.assuredly have 'otcd a?gainst the project until it could hai e been disctussed by.a full...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

: ODDS ~,,, . ENDS!:: . .' : ', A. REPORT has been issiued by the. Chief Registrar:of Friendly Societies respecting the Industrial. and Provident S6cieties in:Engr land,.iWales, .:Scotlhn'd, and Ireland.- The tablesshow. that incEngland there were, at the end of i-i879,: 898: societies,-:having .497,8033 members; thatthei?'sale of goods amounted to:,?,'7,6S18o33-; the stock inr trade at the end ,ofthe ayear was :,?2;458,87 ;:the ba" ance of-profit amounted to -~£,673;0o27 ;.and the.sbare capital, £53.? 5,19 In??. .In Wales the .were 49 ;societies, witi 5004 members; Ssalectrantsact'ions, £1,64,861; stock-in-tade, £22,932. the profit was £214,293; and the share!L-capital,: -39 894. In Scotland there were 232 societies, having 68,9567 .members; the; .sale amunounted; to £2,549,565; : stock in-trade, .£ £370,6io; ;.balance of profit, £258152-. ,:and shard capital, £373,728. In lrreland there ivere 6? societies, with, 317 members; i?sales--in:879, ?:£r7,i7o; profits; --£1 782, ;anid sha...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

nil :a CABLE : MESSAGES. ':.:.. (FronL Sydney Daily:Paper.' :. ::: LoNDoN, ,May so. DIURING the sittings of tlie' House of Co9m mhont to:day, Mr. Bradlaiugl aigahi~entered the Chamber, and demanded that.he should b?iperhiitted to' take the custoi?ary: oath. His preseiict being brought to the notice of th'e'-Speaker the latter ordered l'{is immne'diate reinoval by 'fhe Sergeiant-at armsanjdl he ,,as accordinigly ejected by the bfficials. A' order ,as then issued by the Speaker forbidding M-1r. Bradlaugli to'enter the lprecincts of the House of Commons tuntil such tine. as he shail:lfoii'allyi ermif him; and not" again dis tiiirb thdiroceediai s in that lfassemibly. - :C HETowkN, May lo.. Th'~i iRoyal 'CohLimmission e~ipoiwered 'to settle the frontier anid other questions in con neition wlith the Transvaal, has commenced its labour at N Ewcastle, undertile presdency oifSirHercules Robisondh . PARIS, May II.;. "Notwvitstainding that issurances have been given byM; Birtheiemy St. Hiliae...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

COMIMEIROIAL INTELLIGENCE, BtiSINESS during the week has been tolerably active considering the season of year, and we have no doubt that, compared with other districts, Goulburn is doing as much if not more in proportion. Wool.-We have not heard of any trans actions having taken place during the week. Sheepskins.-The market is active, the de mand is greater than the supply, and buyers are anxious to operate at late rates in -any quantity.. Hydes.-The market for these is good, but we have no change in prices to report from last week. Tallow.-The demand is better if anything, and we quote from i9s.; to 2Is. per ton de livered in Goulburn. Wattlebiark.-There is not so much de mand just now for this. Sto'cks are pretty full but any new arrivals if at all in good condition fiid purchasers at from L;z Ios. to £2 ISs. 6d. per ton. Breadstuffs.-The market for flour is firm, and a slight increase in price has taken place. Bran and pollard remain unchanged. Wheat.-This has increased from 3s. ...

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On to the Rescue Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

. On to tle -Rescue Band of Rope. THE ainual meeting in cjnnection with the above society, was. held ,in thle Pirimitive Methodist school-room on .Wednesday even ing last. . The attendance !yas:,large. The inaeting openedby singing '" Hold the Fort," after which a suitable prayer was offered by th'e Rev. J Studds. The president made a few remarks as. to how the society was pro gress!ng, which showed that it was steadily. improving;. he also stated that the report would be read at the next meeting. The chairman then called upon Ellen Paul, who recited a piece in very good style. The choir (under the leadership of Mr. Crundwell) sang a piece!entitled "Fight the Good Fight," in a manner. for which they deserve great credit, Miss Kezia Grunsell presiding at the harmonium; Arthur Mason recited "The Fruits.of Old Ireland," much to the amuse ment of those ,present, in fact they were so delighted with it he had to repeat the last verse; Miss Faniny Aldridge gave a recita tion, when, fhe cho...

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SYDNEY MARRETS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

SYDNEY MIARRETS. Trade generally is about the same as at date of last report, except in the import market, which is if anything more active. Wool.---Very little business doing, but buyers are at hand, and the following prices are -realised :-Scoured, i4d to 20d; hand washed, I5d to s9d; locks, 6d to zid; greasy, 8%d to ioyd per lb. Sheepskins.-The market is brisk. We quote at from 5d to 6d per lb., according to condition on arrival and at time of offering. 'Hides.-Extra weights and well-cured are worth 334d to 4d ; wet land inferior from z2d to 3%d. Bones.---Shank bones, L6 to .J9 per ton. Horns-From i5s to 23s 6d per hundred. Leather.-Kip is worth a3d to r5d per lb.; sole, 8"d to 9d; harness, Izd to a4d. Wattle bark, if in good condition, is worth from £,3 ios to £4 per ton. Hay.-The market is well supplied, and 'L2'' 5s to £C3 per ton can be set down as the selling price. Potatoes.--These are plentiful, and can be quoted at from L£2 ios to /3 per ton. Breadstuffs.-The market is ve...

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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

(oulburn Prices Current. Filousr, fine, L11 lOs. per tolln; Seconds, £10 lOs. : Wlheat, 4s Od per bushel Bread, 3d. to 3&d, per 2-lb. loaf Oats, 28. Id. to 2s. 6d. per bushel Mai'ze, 2s. 10d. to 38 per bushel Barley, 2s. Gd. to 2s 8d per bushel lIayU, £2 12s. Gd. to £3 per ton. . St?raw,25s. to 30s. per ton " Potalo; £2 10s. to £2 15s. per ton Bacon, 4d.:per lb. Hlams, Gd. per lb. Butter, fresh; ls. per lb. ; salt, 5d. ed. Lard, 3d. per lb. 'ggs, Is. 7d: to Is. 9d. per dozen Cheese, 44d. to 5d. per lb. Bran, is. per bushel Pollard, Is. per busliel Onions, 7s. to 78.*6d. percewt. Fat Ilethlers, prime 78. to Gs. 9d. Sltore Wethlers, 5s. Store Ewes, 4s. Od to 5s. Od. : Sltore Cattle, 22s. Ptls, 3d. to 3&d. per lb,. Beef (retail), 2bd. to 3d. per lb. Aiutton (retail), 2&d. to 3d. per lb. Ihides, 7s. to ll s. each . ..- . Sheepskins, 4hd. to 50d. per lb. : 7'allow, 19s. to 21s. per owt. Wlattle Bark, £2 10s to £2 15s. pert ton Poultry--Fowls, 28. to 2s. Gd. per pa...

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