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IN MEMORY OF E. M. K., Died April 11th, 1881; aged 15 years. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 May 1881

IN MEMORY OF E. M. K.,   Died April 11th, 1891 ; aged 15 years. WHY do we look so sad to-day, our words so low and few ? Why do we move about as though we knew not what to do ? Why do we feel afraid to look into each other's eyes,       Or try to hide the tears of grief we cannot now disguise ? She was a daughter and a sister, but neither was to me ; Yet I loved her with a sister's love, and dearly she loved me,           And they have laid her down to sleep where I may never pass,               And I may never plant a flower amid the waving grass.       Unconscious of our future path I bade my friend good-bye, And fondly hoped to meet again ere it was time to die. With fond embrace we parted then, and now I hear she's dead ; The one is tak...

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

A TTLE GIlRL ablu 13 or 14o yersof ag'e to look after a babyj Apply at R HAR' OW LL'S, No;5 Arcado ?t;re?t off Sloant street' Wanao tedl ;YI. A. Ranken, Laokyersleigh, 00 Kiand JL L UNDRESS. Apply to Mus. Ir. H. E TtADY BAKER, good refaronces. jApply y tter to 0. K., Post.Office Maruid n. :A' ' Wate.l" • .?'. ' :~n~ . . • -. , , ' A DRE1SSMAKER and MILLTNE qfor a u mntry towri. For particulars . apjly : ias. M OALLUM, :Union Club Hotel, 1eej. strest o 1osetc Fuernar and Siiiii... E~anstedl, ENERAL SERVANTS also, A RSE. GIRL. Apply, ' s.e R1OBER?AIE, Grafton street. , : ... :,- ·.i. ., ,?-$Bw ? ePP ;T Gillcspio'as BoBt Factory,; SIX -or' -I}T BOYS.: COHARTLES GILLESPIE, Go~lLn wacateola EIGHTOR NINE?? E S, 3r BoY S aA J tices, at Wood &:Co's Boot Factor. py WOOD & O00'S; ,Aburu.treet". ? ., .Wanted Im~ ediately, A G1fRL about 12 or 13 rare of age, issist 'wthHousbwork aid at care of C ildren. Mr s. &AAlES CIJANNONI loy.street. Tenders Wanted, ? PAlrTING BEEHIV...

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Trevanian! CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

Trevanian ! CHAPTER VI. With returning health came the necessity of ekertion-for the illness and funeral of Fanny had made fearful inroads on the scanty means of the adjutant, which were yet further decreased by the lingering sickness of her surviving sister. Therese was not a girl to sit patiently down and see her aged parent deprived of 'those little comforts which habit had madenecessary to him--and after sone days of anxious con sideration, it was made known in Farnsfield that she was' willing to employ her leisure time in needlework. iSome gave. her work for curiosity-they: were an'xious to see and question her: it was a triumph't t he rector's sister and the purse prouddaughters of the lawyer to witness what: they considered the humiliation of the once light-hearted, happy girl whose beauty:. had been the theme:of so many tongues-eclips ing their genteeler pretensions. Others assisted her from a more generous motive pity :'they saw the struggle between'honest pride and poverty...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND WORKING MEN'S LITERARY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

CHURCH OF ENGLAND WORKING MIEN'S LITERARY ASSOCIATION. THERE was a very good attendance of mem bers at the half-yearly meeting in connection with the above, which took place on Monday evening; the chair being. occupied by the president, the Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Irvine. The-minutes of the former meeting. having been da'~thad 'confirtaed, and various sub scriptions handed inh, Messrs. F. Robyns and T. F. Meyer i?ied unanimouslycelected mem bers of, the association, and the former intro duced"to the meeting. It having transpired that the premier' (Mr. H. HIorn) would not be able to attend the meeting on Monday evening next for the purpose of opening the debate as to the ad visability of abolishing capital punishment, it was decided-otn'the motion of Mr; H. B. Monkley, seconded by Mr. D. Clifford-that the debate be postponed till the second Mon day in june, and to substitute impromptuad dresses therefor?on next Monday night. :. Mr.JI: D 'Clifford: moved' the resolution standirg in his name...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

Telegraphi Io nteli emics . [FROsI OUR OORREsPONI5DNIS.1 SYDNEY, TsunRsDAv. TIE export of the season's wool clip from Sydney to present date amount to 217,000 bales, being 24,640 bales in excess of the total shipments last season. The increase is mainly attributable to the large amount of fleece that formerly went to Melbourne, but now coming to this port through the railway extension. : : A corner block.of land 180o feet. frontage to Hunter and 70 feet to Castlereagh streets, was sold yesterday for £a20,000.: The Orient steamship's mail was delivered in . London yesterday, occupying only: 32: days. . The Minister for Lands is unable to attend his office through indisposition. Rain fell on Tuesday and yesterday, and appears to have been tolerablygeneralthrough the country districts.; The Glamis Castle left Hong Kong:for Sydney, yesterday, with ..850 Chinese, the majority of whom are. bound for New Zealand. The various. city. and suburban Fire Brigades, are arranging for a grand torc...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

ODDS AND ENDS, AnoUT noon on Tuesday last, the public of Narandara weze startled by the alarm of fire, which turned out to be only too true. The devouring flames at once showed that the house occupied.by Mr. Geo. Flood was hope lessly on fire, and that all that could be done was to save such furniture as could he got out in the space of about twenty minutes. A number of willing hands soon got to work in real earnest, and by the time the rooms got too hot and unsafe to approach, a large portion of the contents were rescued, though Mr. Flood lost furniture and other things to the sum of about ~j'50. How the fire originated is not known ; but it is conjec tured that some sparks from chimuey a fell on the shingled roof (now about 19 years since the shingles were pdt oil), and that the roof being old and dry and very inflamm.ible, the fire originated in this way. The building was completely isolated; and fully half a mile from the town, and three or four hundred yards fromariy other buil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

AG "AL SERVANT. IIs. WE .RN, A COMPETENT PARLOIR MAID. pply at Thomas' Hotel. A UNDRIESSa. Apply to iiMns. k. .`,A S E )Y BP-, go rerences, pply by letter to O. KIi., Post" [lice Marulan. A DUESSAKnER nn MILLINER it a :ountry town. For articulars apply to inus. ?: ALLUM, Union C. b Hotel, 81ojln. street, o)p )sito Flurner and Sons. EG L.NERAL SERVANT; also, A A URSS GIRL. Apuply, bMos. IOBEIT GALI, CGrafton strcet. T Gillsplio's oot Factory, SIX or :IC T BOYS. S CHARLES ILL hSPIT, Golbur1. 't1GFlT OR.NINE SMA'r BOYS as lAi.en tices,'at Wood & Co's .Boot Factory ply WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-street. TO TAIL S. S iA`D, FIVE GOO COATMNIAK ,' n I On Trousers Makl W. BUTLER; NTED to 'Sell, 4in. ARCILIT. iVES, 2d foot, worth :3.d ;.2 in, MOUL['NGS, at ld t orth 2d-2000 ft. in stock. 0. ROG S. - ,WA NTED A' ONCE, •AN rI1PIOVEI, and an APPRENT[OC for i tho lDressinking Lepar gent. W IL DAVIES ND CO., Australian toreso , Wanted to Buy, 1?000 . BAGS FEED and SEED: OATS; 'J :alnso, ...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

[nrEUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. AT the Wool sales to-day there was a good delimand, and prices show a slight improve ment. CONSTANTINOPLE, TUESDAY. Regarding the frontier dispute the Porte has withdrawn the last condition of the con vention with Greece and it is now shortly expected that it will be signed. There is much excitement caused -by the additional evidence discovered bearing upon the murder of the late Sultan Abdul Aziz; and the facts point clearly to Midhat Pasha closely connected with the murder. The latter is therefore accused of complicity in the crime, and has been deposed from the Gdvernorship of Symrna. Midhat has fled to the French consulate, and appealed for protection.

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18. BEFORE Messrs. Voss and King. Audley Taylor was charged with drunken ness; pleaded guilty. This being his first offence, he was discharged with a caution. William Oakey was charged with allowing two cows to stray. Defendant stated that the:'cows came back for the calves.. Finedl o0s and 2s 6d costs. .. -Mary Ellen Dow was charged with ,using. obscene. language. Pleaded ignorance, of having used !such, she being worse for drink at thetime. . .:,. From thl evidenice of Jolii'TLaiib,;th'e language was: of a vile character ; and he convicted her and fined hlier 4os.an'd' ?is6d costs; in default, seven day' imprisonment. She:took it out. . ,William Stewart was charged withallowviiig a' horse t6 stray;: pleaded guilty, and iws fined z6sand as 6d costs. 'William Beldon was charged with assault ing Daniel Mc Farlane. -z Mr. Gannon appeared untder instructions from complainant; but when the caseiwas called .ieither: of the parties appeared i and ,the...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

GUNNING. (From our Correspondent.) ON- Sunday afternoon last the Rev. Mr. Kingsmill addressed the children attending the Sunday-school at St. Edmund's Church, and at the conclusion of the service presented. the rewards to them. . Business of all kinds is very slack here at present; in fact, the whole place seems dull;. there being no stir of any kind. . . "-Parties in this district wanting to purchase good furniture.will do well to.attend the sale as advertised 'by Mr: W.- R Reynolds "ffor Thursday week:. We had a fery good showers: during the night of Tuesday and to-day (Wedn~esday); rain was greatly.. needed here. There is a great: deal of sickness in the' town and district at present, chiefly amniig?: children. Last week, while excavating a' tank at the new; jbank buildings, the personi engaged' iIn the work found, at .a depth of 14 fee' froni the surface and.ir solid rock, a living frog.. The stranger may be seen at M1ri. Collifs' shop, where he .has; been? preserved. Wlie relea...

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THURSDAY, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

THURSDAY" May '19 Before Mr. Voss. Patrick- Tierny,' a stranger, ,was chlarged withli drunkenness, and was let off wivith, a caution, it being his first offence. Samuel "Highett was brought up charged: with being of unsound mind. Senior-sergeant Fenton gave evidence to the effect that he arrested the prisoner by virtue .of a warrant produced; he appeared to him to have been drinking,- but w'is not drunk at the time; had known him for years' as a hard working and industrious 'man; lhe had' been biought up on a former occasion on a similar charge, and was sent to Gladesville in November last; he told 'him lately he felt something. was wrong. with. him, :and was, afraid he would have to go back again, but. 'would first, iendeavour to provide: something for his "family. , SThe ,bench remanded him till Monday next for medical evidence.

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

BREVITIES. PINAFORE COming. Thomas A. Walker, of Reynolds-street, Goulburn, is authorised by the Postmaster General to,sell stamps. Great preparations are being made in Bathurst and adjacent districts, in connection with the forthcoming Jevenile Exhibition. The great sale of rams takes place at Mudgee this year, on June and. The Mudgee show will take place on Thursday and Friday next, extensive pre. parations have been made for exhibits. The abolition of the'wharfage "tax on coal, at Newcastle, has given great' satisfaction. A number of railway contractors were in Mudgee on: Tuesday last, -examining every thing in connectoin with the second: section of the railwiay. White labour is said to'be scarce at IMackay, Queensland. Mr. James Mc Cullocli has given o20o0 to St. G'orge's, Presbyterian Church, Mel bourne. John Dixon; for the murder: of Margaret Jane Thompson, received a sentence of 25 years imprisonment with liard labour,, on Tuesday last. The Agent-General of South Australia, h...

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Goulburn Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

Goulburn Literary and Debating Society, AT the usual weekly meeting of the above society the attendance was very good, and showed an increase on that of the previous meeting, which shows that the society is in a flourishing condition. The chair was occu 'pied by the president (the. Rev. A. M- Tait), arid the minutes of. the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Mr.4 F. Charles was' nominated for membership, and .other ipreliminary; business was transacted. ,The special business' of the 'evening' (prepared addresses and essays) was then proceeded witlh, aind the papers read were .of a&very interesting type.: Mr. Donald read a.~paper on "'.Chinese Emigration," which evoked a 'goodd 'deal 6t .spirited., criticism among":th.i meinbers, an hour, being :occupied therein. Mr. Anderson read an essay on "Sincerety," the compositioni of. which was really excellent. and a credit to the author. Mr. J. Walker' gave an address on."Fair Play,"' inswhich he -introduced the Chinese quest...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

CABLE MESSAGES., LoonoN, ay 16. I tlih: Floiise ofCo mmoenu, hi".:his evening, tho debaote on the trish Liii .:Bill' was resumed. Mr. Gladstoieo,. is a powerfal speech in support .of the iiolsure, :replied at length to : the .arguments brought forward by Lord Elcho and other members. U'he :Premier said that his views onm the quesation rehiainedd iunchanged. The Government had ro-': eolved to attach their fortanes to the fate of the bill,?: a:d would also stoiidfastly oppose in ay ameidmnsts affectieig.tho principles of the measauo. ST. 1dT'rn?s nu, :May6 10. General Ignatieff has been appointed toe succeed Count Melikotf as Minismtor of the "oiterior:. -The other offit es lately rendered vacant by resiguations liavioe ot yeo been filled. CONSTANTINOPr~h, May,16. " Further comniinicatioess haive booei.: made by the Porte'to the Ambassadors of the Great :'Poirre oI the questionof the Grceht foiotiOi. The'.Portehius imposed certain fresh conditionis,' which the Anba:s sadors have decli...

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Australian Mutual Provident Society. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

...4Australian ?Mutual Provident, Sooiety. W .:have received the thirty-second innual report of tlie above society, which wias pre-' sented to the members at the society's head office on .the 27th April last. , We gather ;from the same that .6551 new policies were issued during the year, and the new assur ances effected during the same period repre-' sent an--amount equal to ,2,181,258, and :thenew annual premium income amounts to ",72,859. So much for the :proceedings of the society for. one year. On the 31st: De cember last the subsisting assurainces amounted 't6o .6,030,994, and the total anniial revenue,of the society'was i'759,768. The :chairman, in speaking at,the meeting, stated thatl for about five years the society had overtopped all other British' societies in the matter of new busiress ;and at that time: tthere were only two societies alhead of them in annual revenue, and those ,societies date from the"early part of the present centtury. ,After meetiing all eiigagements, ...

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BUNGENDORE. POLICE COURT.—Friday, 13th May. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

BUNGENDORE. : ' F rom olir Goresponlent?). POLICE CouRiT.Friday, 13th 'May.' BEFORE their Worships HI G. Powell, J. B. Burke, and W. F. Rutledge. Police v. Bridget Mc Namara-For unlaw fully raffling a bag in her house on the ,7th instant. Senior-constable Nelson stated to their worships that a 'raffle had taken place on the defendant's premises on the night of the 7th instan, and through which a stranger wvho was there got 14 days-in Queanbeyan gaol there were a good many persons there, amongst whom were a number of the lar'ikin type; he was sorry that defendant in this; case was a woman, and under the circum-. stances did not wish to press the charge. W. L. Sheppard deposed : I am a surveyor, and reside at Potter's camp; I remember the 7th1 instant; I was in a raffle at defendant's place for a bag on that night; there' were dice used; I' threw and Won 'for a certain person ; there was money paid by those who. threw-6d each was 'the amount; I saw several persons there'; I did not. s...

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QUEANBEYAN. SMALE DEBTS' COURT.—Tuesday, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

* QUEANBEYAN. (Abridgelfro the Age. ' SMA?LE DEBTS' CouRr.--Tuesday, Maiy I7 Before the Police-.MIagistrate and M1fr. J. J. Wright. J. Jamieson v.:' T. :White.-This was an, adjournied case, postponed from the -3rd instant for the evidence' of Mr. Walsh. . Mr. 'Parr, for plaihtiff,. opened the; 'caSe afresh; stating that: pliintiff ýwas. suing for. £5: tor work and labor in siniking a tank for? Mr. Wfalsh, contending thatlwhatever arrange-. mrents were made betwieen defendant and. Mr. Walsh, they 'could not: be .binding 'on the: plaintiff. He' suggested the hearing of the case de novo, to whilich' their. worships assented, as being the better course ini order to refresh their niemiories. Plaintiff :here 'reiterated his' evidenice as,. already :'published, and denying a!ll 'agree inent; with Mr. Walsh. Henry Jamidson, brother of, plaintiff, was theirn called" to give evidence, 'i.wlich ;was exactly corroborative. of plaintiff's,.' Mr.. Walsh and defendant both: expressed. them selves'...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

iGOILBURN ITEMS. 'AN insolvency meeting was held yesterday.at he Court-house. before M:r. Voss, Acting District .Cobimmissioher, in the estate of Nathaniel :,Thos.. Payten, of Wingelo. Mr 3annon appeared on behalf of Charles McLean, of Taralga, one of the creditors. Insolvent:was examined, anrd stated that he didinot wish to. amend his'sdliedule, and that his insolvency was attributable to losses on horses, &c., 'He bought some horses about r8 monthsiago-,'for ~3oo and sold them for a little over £8o; he lhad money at- that time and paid for the horses;. His liabilities were. -554:'I3s 2d. - He lhad a'horse, which he believed was running at Smithfield; this was worth about d I30. He was not hope lessly insolvent:ý z8 --montfhs ago. ,, He owed Collier, of Sydiey, anid Mr. Want money for horses.: ;IHe admitted selling the horses he bought from theI latter person at -47 for _2o, and, also.haying borrowed ';150 from a -Mr. Peters;t '"He, was iinemployed, at the present time, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

Monuments, Headstones, &o,, In Freastono or !Marble* IRON TOMB RAIL S Of Superior Workmanship and Desi . Designs & Estimates forwarded b Post, J. TURNER/ CLINTON.STBEET, GOUL URN. ;"' All Carving and Letterieg done by competent worklpen. H. DAMSIEL, IIair-Dlresser, Barber, & To'bac gt AUBURN - STREET, GOULBURN, Near Me Connell's Hotel. A gent' for' the Sale of Evening Penny .Post - To. Aldvertisers. C ONSTITUENTS are informed that ADb 1. 'T1SEMI ENTS internded fot insertion in(the EVENING PENNY POST should be sent in not later thanl11 naii. on the days sof publication (more partidularly on Saturdays) iii brder to ensure their insertion in that afternoon's issue. THOMAS DANIEL, AND CH EAP DRAPARY AM BO '8, SEVERAL CASES OW OPENED, BEDSTEADS ! I THE- undersigned have just received, ex ship L Moravian," another lot of the above, con sisting of STUMP BEDSTEADS FRENCH DO. - 3 feet-head and foot rails HALF TESTER, 3 ft,. and 4f. 6 wide FOUR POST D . CHILDREN'S COTS...

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LECTURE AT YASS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

LECTURE AT YASS. LAST Tuesday evening (the Courier says) the Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Irvine, of St. Nicholas's, Goulburn, delivered a very interesting and much-appreciated lecture in the Yass Me chanics' Institute, on " The Life and Times of Richard Baxter." The proceeds of the lecture were t6, be devoted to the general fund of the Church' Society for the Diocese. of Goulburn.. There was a very fair attendance for Yass. The Mayor (Mr. T. Coils) presided. The Rev. Mr. D'Arcy Irvine, who was re ceived with loud applause, briefly hinted at the subject he had chosen for his lecture, and remarked if ever there was a man whose mind and life' reflected his times it was Richard Baxter. - Baxter in his life photographs, as it were, for us the history of the times in which he lived. The Reformation was then referred to as pointing out 'the origin of the two great parties which were, and still are, in opposition to one another-the great Puritan party and the great'Church pairty, the party of change ...

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