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Finlay and Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

Fiula alu& Co.'s Report.. FA'riCattleo.-,Theirmarket is bare of -good to prime quality; Theo bidding for the cowsF offered by us on Wedneslday did 'not reach owner's reserve, and they were cousigned to our Sydney agents. Prime billocks, say to average 750 Ibs.;: may be quoted ato 4 10s; prime cosw-, to average 500 lbs., 50s to 5is i medtiu'ii iuslit3y, 40s to 45s. . Store COattl Only a' few yairded ; last wveek'~s prices unaltered. Wo haisve enquiries for well-.grown binllcks; which aro soaroe.' . If the spring opens iUp favorably for graziers we are certain to have briskl ,compettiion :foi fattening. ages. Presoiit market valuof6or small lots is from 30s to 40s for bullocks, and 14s to ISo forcows adind heifor; ~springers and cows with calves'at' foot are worth from,50s to 70s; anud very scarce. : Fat Sheep.-We hav~soveral prime loets now iuing itspected. : We quote 52 lb wetheis at 7s Gd; 56:lbs., 8s to8S:Gd ; Store Sheep.' 'We \Vcold 1612, osl acco'nt of MAi. Geoo Brought...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

S:Po -the E'ditoriofhthe7 Eveesbg :Penrfiy Post i SIRk,--Two cades under the iStli claitse of iithe Lands Act Furtlher A:mendmen ?Act' have re cently been decided by two Police-lMagistihtes .--ode at Gundagai; the other at 1Deniliquin. The two cases.were precisely. similar in their nature, being questions at:issue lietweeni a pastoral tenant of the Crown and-ia condi tional- purchaser who had selected land within the. area- of the tenant's leased land.' The clause above referred to. says that any lessee may iecover from a selector the value of im provements made -by him:(the lessee); the compensation to be estimated'according to the :value to Ithe conditiokal pnrchaser. Iii the cases inentioned:the lessee claimed for ring-barking, and in the :first instance the Gundagai. Police-MRagistrate valued it at 5s per'acre,'aid iii'the-latter the Deniliquiri Police-Magistrate at '4s per acre. I"In the lat ter case` the:area "ring-barked was 598 acres, and it was valued by. the lessee as high...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

* q lWmanteed, ESSMAKERand MILLLNR for a - ity town. For particularo apply to Maso .1' 'LLUM, Union Club H e, Sloanoe . street, op ite Furner and Sons. W. sited, AA $ .to put up three rail fence. Ap Sio JOHN BOYD? Mr. Bot's oldo ce, Mon cgue-street" •W*anteed, . ENERAL SERVANT; also, A NU E . GIRL. '", Apply, Mns:. ROBERT 'ALE, 'Graftoiostreet. / W utees, - SSMART YOM MAN as fireman &o. at, GILLESPIE'S bo iactory. WYa tedl. . Nf-ON ND- SP'NG CART, in /order. JOSEPI J. QBERTS, Aucotioneer, 4tlur.iroeet. N B Y about fourteen to mind aS Apply, L. MANDELS ION, Auburn.?. .ansteed, J ;T Oillespie 's Boot Faotory, SIX or EIGT CIIAIRLES GILLESPIE, Genl rn. WVannted, 'rIGEIT OR NINE SMART B6YS as A e ng.ties, at Wood & Co's Boot Faoctory. ppl ,0OD o C's. , Auburnistret. / 'Wak tcd. S BUSShELS PRI E SEED ODATS, V'J $delivered at RailyStation,. JO.4 R?1'ijT, Auctioneer, Aub n street. A OD COMFO FOR TEE COLD lat incomes i Tumbler HOT -V/NE, only 3~ , to be had at \L WEtSSSBS?ER'...

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

' ~?.. SLOPS. ' " By Tom SEX:o0 TiriE trouible that -is brewinvn in connection with the fo'r'thcolifing centre ward election;is deplortbleindeed, eslpeciolly .when 6ne pe r ceives how !eisily one part of thle: affair at anyij l'te cbuld be dislposed of It is'custoii sy wvith some men i to' anoutnce themselves on th'e hustings as deeply 'devoted to thlie interests of the city ; and wheilher ini or out of office, tl?: for their pat' rill always do their utmost'td forward' its :inteests;&'cd. :In' order.to have a contested electioini, there must be too caflididtes.' 'Now, the election ond the:tapi's' may perlhaps lbena very dear one. to the ratepayers ; an'd perhiaps, too,if the electiion wererLstopped, tihe amount would be saved. :Leti the question, Mr.i Editoi, be psit Is not ,this a' grand opportunity foir Mi: Martifi to show hiS regard foi the interests of tlihe ratepayers by ?'ithdiawiigj fromi' ' the contest? j Not to be too milidtte in criticism, tlhat piece of business ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

IN c?iaquenco of the se in flour bread 'f I to _ sa on Monday. SWantel to Rent, -5Roi i tchou, .. d.er aut's c?om. JOS'. ?RUBERTS,. ?Auno ~eer, Aube etereet-' Th ns! Pigpo ] _?jS TED ATO? in any q?ntilty U)2+YA °TE.__ MRS. INNES , / NTHLY NiURS -j , OU RE.STRIEET NORT . PRIM4TIVE ME OIST CIU , / GOUL RN. THE REV. J. STUD W LL PREACH a FL 'ERAL SERMION for tile late M./s . KAnDW.LL TO MORE OW MORNING, in thoabove Churoh. Servi e at 11 o'clock. TNOTICE. R iG the TEMPORARY ABSENCE the .jnnersigncd (in the field) he will be olige if all lete s"d business communications fo him are addrssed o Messrs. Fiualay and Co.,-Be onr. equare. G. 0. DONALDSON, Licensed Surveyor. " [aDvEn'TIsMereT.] To the Editor of he Evening Penny Poe S IR,-Having noticd a paragraph in e ch of your local centei poraries, stating ti the Mayor ha received MI Darley's (Q.C.) pinion advising lIm that he wae perfectly justiic in the naction he took with refere c to the disquaq fication of Mr. F ore. If ho is, , hy not p...

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AN EPPS-ODE. (Dulce est desipere in loco.)—HOR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

AN EPPS-ODE. .: (Duk: e !est desipere in loco.)- Hon.R i,! SwYs Horace, " It Is very sweet Desipere en loco" II His age, alas I Though cultured, was Not blWest with mibs of Cocoa,. Else n by omit The key ward ? It Would help the mieamsng bea-"cou , D". kce 'sd 'bs sweet , To sep oi eat What is? ?Why, nsbs uf Cocoa. "' Eschewh Souchong, : .. And let your drink be Cocoa. il'.~: :. ..From u:dy Printed an publiahed by Thomtas Danie, son S:propr?etbri, at the Evening P nay Post ,O .4 ubirtree, Goul burn"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

Wanted to Buy, 100 l ' BAGS FEED and SEED /ATS; also, I-lAY in any quantity. -pply; JAMES LOOKARD, Ray and or ,ealer, Auburn-street. Y )ATOIES for.thre r four RESPEE' BLE Y UNG: MEN: for ~3oard an eiene. Appy Mlns. HAZELWOD, Lit tret, near ?ourn Terrace. . TO LET, ON terms,i for :Five or Seven Years, /ORTY ACRES GOOD FARMING LA D, oso to main road, and 20 minutes walk frotl a'st. Office. ARGYLE DRUG STORE, G Jn. TO BE LET, N central position in Auburn-street, ?MS suitable for Offices; would suit so or auctioneers. Apply A. A. KERR, Arg Drug Store. Pigeon Shooting OH TIlE VICTORIA RECREATION GROUND : GOULBURN, M, ay ' 2th, 1881. t+111A' AlfDICAP SWEEPST4S s O'F "3 /vs. each, open to all comers; 1t 27 ya s. Fifty per cent. for 1st, twenp per cent. for , tn per cent. for 3rd. 9 biry each; General S eepstake Shooting to f-t - Four Hu (dred Good Birds provided allaby Driv~ MAY 25th,/// Mrs. Cunningham', Tarlo. N.B.--?All .friends are invited to join in this day's sport. Meet at 10 a.m. H...

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

G:: UNDAROO. :- (Firdn,. obu Uor;esposeciite.) THE W ti~TsEx :The'' lng looked tor rain fell here oin'Siturday nighit'and, Snday,, doing an immense amiount of good, 'although wr have not yet had sufficient to ..do'the farme muclih od as I am inifiirmed the gr6und is yet veryh.lard. '' '' '' 'Aiction Sales.-Otur loc1cl .auctioneers, Messrs. Magrath aid Hart, held a sale of horses, cattle, &c, at their, yards yesterday, 'hien fir,prices were realized. S?some horses sold as highl t'is o, indas nitich' as fifteen was offere`d, but refused. Foudi more fat cows sold up. to £2 .os altogehl'er:ithe prices realize'd must be consdiidred satisfactory, con sidering the ,duil'l ti' ; ;es. Wleat"M'irket. -Thel eif rsenr' feel rejoiced now at the prospect of the wheatmarket rising. Our local buyers, 'Messrs .?grfath and Hart, announce.a further rise to-day, and guairantee the highest cash 'price. Our streets or main-troad.is sadly in need of repair. When ?aitm comes.you are. up to your kne...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

STrevanian ! " IThe sexton-who prided himself upon seeing as far into a mill-stone as most men very naturally, argued that 'it was equally certain the .inmates 'of :the houise would watch him. Muttering a.curse, audible:for ,tie three mysterious guests to hear, he, com mienced the snatch of a second song, crossed, the road in front of the little inn, and'entered a footpath leading through the park of Sir. Richard, as his nearest way to Farnsfield He had not proceeded more than :a himdred yards before he came to a clump of firs and shrubs, in which he concealed him self. As the moon was shining brightly, he had an uninterrupted view across the great avenue leading to the hall, and the bit of road between the lodge and the Trevanian Arms. It was impossible for any one to liter or quit the house without his perceiv in'g him. . 'There i' said the old, man, after corn placently. suirveying the position: he lind chosen,.' I shall out-manoeuvre Bet, after all They rliust hide well that hid...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

GOULBUTRN POLICE COURT. SFRIDAY, MAY 13. BEFORE Messrs. Voss:and Gibson. ,:·, :.:Wiliiam Raw!ings (on remand) :as charged with:.ltaining money under false pretences, by means of a yalueless cheque,;. .;:.,. (The evidence already adduced fin.thiscase was published in full in a formei issue).<o, . Frank Riley, accountant.in the Australian Joint Stock Bank, Goulburn, deposed; :I know the prisoner before the court:by sight.; on the 28th April;he.came into the bank and asked for ·three blank cheques; he told me he had an account at the branch of the bank at Raymond Terrace, and I wrote the words Raympnd ITerrace on the cheques; he then went away;, the icheque produced came to the bank the same day, and I forwarded. it to Ray.mond Terrace for collection; it was returned; with.the; words, "irefer to- drawer,' on the 4th Maly;Mr. Stephenson came-in the sanme day, and; I :returned the cheque to him, ; the prisoner. came tp the bank after this,s apd asked .nme, for a: few: more :bl...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

THE question of ivate suppil;ffor cotuntry towns is at present the main one at issue with those places that are entrusted with municipal government; and the anxiety ol many of the members of such is so great to obtain si 'UiW~sly of"water,4:that we arc.afraid the subject will not be considered with that care and attention that its importance de mands. .: We:have not to go away from home for an-example ,of.this fact; for, it.will be remembered that at a special menetingof" tlie. Goulburn Borohgh Council, -called: for the purpose of considering tliis question, the arguments adduced by thle ilde.men Wrho spoke on t..ih~e.' subject contained little or n6o thing that a practidal man -would cosider eof. sufficient importance to justify the adoption of the resolution tthatt acquiesces u ith the government in the matter: of expen'ling the amount necessary to supply Goulburn. with. water... We question the wisdom of any municipality ttaking -such an ,important mat-; ter in hand,.even thouglh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

tronised by the Aristocracy and Elite, ex Patensively us d in the Army and Navy, and hlighl reommended by the leading tedical Practitioners. Protected by the Royr Letters Patent, dated October zz, z869. Dr. Brigh's i hosphoclyne. :o. .ultiudes of popl are hopelessl suering o .DebiltU Nrou n iver ognlaints, Depres. sion of.Siie md tUIdigestion, .Lassitude, Want of Powder, . woecases admit of a per. net w remedy, D BRIGHT' PHOSPHOD n' Oe), schaonce .Act'llltttneo of peon~k atc kropoleonty slOtt/ia tu f, oam Dallaiys anel'iOlatol Lacd Goitptemeni, Dimparts new aiie, of *9Ptm itou [I nuityil Ii,di';cotion, Lonssioetc, II atit of Powet,; ,Ct , toklose evancs aetmi' of a pet'. taiaiicit citic by ~the sio anolindy, DieBI~RGH I`'d PHO'PH IODYN B (0-ottic' Ozyqen), in/ick at oiice attays 'alt 'iiiitatto~t , aitiecitnttsent, titiat to seio energy and, liqe to ihe afeebld constitution, and aapnidly c:ls e va' ytalne of thLee hitherto ineura. blie amid dits cn ? taladies. D . BRIGHT S P OSPRODY...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. fThe election of an alderman for the centre warid wil i"iake pl:ace obnri Mondiay next. ,The oliuors of: polling:will Ie'frbin.8 a.m. to 3 p;m. The poll will.be takeh at the old Bank in Montague stieet and the Council Chambers. . - Mr. A; Hines, the plumnber, while at wbrk at a house in course ot erection byn Mr. Strang; fell a distance of about 20 feetf,tiihrough some of the scaffolding giving Way ; he .vas picke?d up insensible, :Dr. Gentle was'sent for, and it wvas,fouindon examinaition that nothing:i~re serious thar- a graze and one of his legs slgihtly hurt and a finger soiilnvhat inijured;: M;. Darley Q.C., has giveri (it is said) an opinionitha;:t the M'ayor oft Goulburn acted in strict accordance with lawin ideclaring Mr. I-Iori's seat vacant. SAt the Police Courtt this mbrrning, William Rawlings.was committed for trial for obtaining goods by ,iiesns :bf valueless .'cheques, :nidd made a lenlgthy stitement corroboration of the evidenceteridered agai'nst him. ...

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THE ANTI-CHINESE MEETING AT THE MECHANICS HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 May 1881

* THE ANTI CHINESE MIEETINGi T THT MIECIKANICS .11 ALb.., THE large hall of the Mecliafics" Institute was literally packed .last evening by 't":iiist orderly and enthiisi,?stic iudiencd.e Prior to the doors bi i openiedd se?v;eiahl:h undred peri'c sons were waltin in Au?? nUir-sti:eet: to" gaiin admiss'ion., On tlie platform We, noticed Mes'siY. JE TGainion E. Butler; C Gillespie; J. O'BrieniJ J. iJ'Rbberts, Wm.. Martii, 'T. LanSdowne, and George M?artyr. :At t,'etity minutes to.8:the Mayor came on the platform, follo??d by the abov e-named gentlemen, and, on the motion of Mr. -Geo: Martyr, was voted to the chair, and opened the meeting by read ing hie' advertisemnent convening the sani'-d, and st-tiing ihat he had riceived a lettercfrom Mr. W??m: Conolly, expressing his s5ympathy wil th thl e iovemlent antd his iiibility to be presetn 'and dcalled uploin Mi J. T 'Gaiion to address the meeting; and upon this gefi tlenmian' coming to the frontll:e was greeted: with an outburs't of ap...

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

TARALGA. '; ,(Froin oui: Corre~pocudent) .,• ACCIDEiT-.?- e are sorry,. to: report that a serious, accident Ihappened; to Mr. Charles Chalker;, ot. the nMare's* Forest,: on- Su'nday last,, whiclih in; all': likelihd6bd;wdtild : have provied fatall had not 'iimely :aid :so :quickly followed. .IIt apipears he had beehivisiting a friend some miles the other side'ot'tht Whom beyan Caves from .his' resideice, and on his return homewardsi in' the afternoon; his liorse' fell and he liad a violent fall, leaving'him al most unconscious and helpless. Very provi dentially, Mr. J. Mc Kenzie' came on this lonely track a little time after the accident, and, attracted by his moaning, found him lying in a hollow log, bleeding at the nose and mouth. He was taken, with the help of another gentleman that accompanied Mr. Mc Kenzie, to the nearest residence, and our Taralga doctor was immediately sent for, who rode through the night to attend to the suf ferer, and under his treatment was soon able to pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 May 1881

GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN . Evening Penny Post [PRINTFD 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 SUBSOCIIPTION: I2s. per Assman, or ia. per Quarter in Aivansce. Any subscriber wishing to decline the papsa must do so at tihe end of the quarters terminating in March, June, September, and December, in writing, or will be held responsible for the amounu of their subscription. JOB PRINTING : The Evening Penny Post Steam Machine Printing Office is the OHEAPEST OFFICE OUT OF SYDNEY Job Printing. Orders executed at the shortest notice. agents . Queanbeyan...................... P.: Longh :; Canberra ...... .........;..;. E; Booth s, : Gundaroo .........'........H. J. Ma Grath: Gininderra .p......i.....a;..;.G. Giilespio .,, Guinning......;....... .. ......3.. . Bell Dalton ......... .;... Wheatley' Fungendore . a...u. . .;:.'. J.: :Mc Jaunet': : H.tlskiu...

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CABLE MESSAGES. PARIS, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 May 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Fronm Sdney Daily Papers. ) PARIs, May 13. THE latest intelligence from Tunis states that the French Government have recently' sent an ultimatum to the Bey informing him of the nature of the guarantees required for in suring'the good behaviour of the Kroumirs, and the tranquillity of the Algerian 'frontier generally. Impressed by the rapid jadvance of the French troops the Bey Ehas now definitely accepted the terms in question, and has signed a treaty wherelby he has. formally agreed.,to receive the French Resident at his capital anhd prevent further: excesses on the part of his frontier subjecrs. In view of the acceptance of the ultimatum, orders have been sent to the commander of the expedi tion ndot to advance further, and to abstain 'froim ehtering the capital. . The Ttihisian difficulty may now be considered at an end. 'Later. Paticulars' of the treaty which has been concluded between, the French Goverinient and the Bey of Tunis have now transpired. From this i...

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NOTES FROM GININDERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 May 1881

I'OTES FROH GININDERRA. [BY THE WIZARD.] AFTrER .two or three unsuccessful attempts on the:part of the bachelors of Gininderra during the last year or two to get up a bache lors' ball, the matter was again taken in hands a short time since by a few of the most en terprising of their number, and this time with the most satisfactory results. The .difficulty of obtaining a suitable room in which to hold the ball, and which had hitherto been the principal cause 6of failure, was overcome on the present occasion byMi. W. Hatch offering the use of thelarge room of his private dwel ling for the event; Mlrs. Hatclh also under taking to provide sul5per and other refresh ments required on the most reasonable terms. A committee of management was appointed to carry out all necessary arrangements, and the event, which was looked forward to with no small degree of interest by the young folks, came off on Wednesday night last. It is customary in most places when bachelors get up an affair of this k...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 May 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY i6. BEFORE Mr. Voss. SWilhliam Sands, for allowing a cow to stray, was fined 2os and zs 6d costs. The case against J. WV. Wombey, as legal manager of the Currawang Copper-Mining Company, and which hadbeen adjournedfrom lahist week, was settled by mutual consent. Mr. Cannon appeared for complainant; and Mlr. Carter for defendant. SThe court then adjourned.

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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 May 1881

CROOKWELL. S(rP~ea sin* Co,,espondenaf.) - THE .WEATHER.--Since Monday last the weather has become. sagain favourable and fine. .The nights are sharp, keen, and' frosty. Our farming men are now very:busy.getting in their wheat, and no doubt they feel to so-me extent: eincouraged by t?fe' recent rise in the price of wheat. :....... The- Events of the WeekA--Acording to announcenent; the Rev\ : T. (Osborne, of Taralga, .delivered a .lecture in the Teinper-, ance Hall o? Monday evening last. Subject of ledture was South Sea Islands. There wias on. the whole a very good attendanice; Samuel Lorenzo Cox~, J.P., was .vote'd to the chair,-who, with a few, remarks, briefly introduced the Rev. Lecturer, who on rising announced the subject -of his. lecture, and said that in order to. show- to his 'audience the commercial importance. of these islarids would give statistics from standard works;' The lecturer. then went on to view these islands in tleir dommercial. aspects. The graniduergandbeaty...

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