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

GOULBURIN BOROUGH COUNCIL. A SPECIAL meeting of, the above took.place last evening. Present,-the Mayoir, rind Aldermen "Osborne,- ?Caldwell, "Taylor, and' Wombey. The May.or stated that the meeting "was called to consider:? relort from the Improve ment': Committee' in reference to tlhe 'sheep yards, and which hiad been. referred 'to them at the last meeting of the Council? anid read the report as follows : Report of Improvement Comnmittee,: May 13, 1881. "Present,--Alderman Taylor, McConnell, aid COaldwell. We carefully considered the proposed plan No. 2 of the sub division;of the sheep-yards, and unauimously agree, to recommendp that ,it be adopted by the Coueicil, 'and carried out.'by the contractor, .Mlr. Boyd, under his scale of charges. Joori. Ca.wiwLL, Chairman. SOn the mdtion of Aldermen. Caldwell -and Osborne the report was received. Alderman";.Caldwell, in" moving the? adop tioh of the report said the aldermen': preseft knew that.the original plan "'f these yards only provi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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THE BANQUET AT THE BEEHIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 May 1881

THE BANQUET AT THE BEEHIVE. LAST evening forty gentlemen, thle majority of whom being our leading citizens, assembled at the Beehive Hotel to do honor to Mr. Frederick Horn, who was re-elected an alderman on Monday last. This gentleman being sufficiently recovered from an illuess.to be.present, his friends. thought they could not icprss' thdir syuiiathy with- him better than by hav.ng a social gathering. The dinner was got up by Mrs. Me Connell in a first.class:-stylo; and two tables were laid out in the large room, containing all the solids,and fluids to tempt the appetite of man. The room was also nicely, decorated,: and a more neat or better spread could hardly have been arranged in the colony. Everything ;was well cooked; and this, coupled with the cleanness of the surroundings and the anxiety of the hostess anid her assistants to serve andd please every one of the guests, made every. thing pass off pleasantly. Competent judges say that the liquors were Al, and we suppose they w...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Goulburn Post-Office Time - Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

Ifoulburn Post-Offlee Time - Table, MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM BINDA, at 8 p.m. on Mlouday, Wednesday, and Friday Boro, at midnight daily, Saturday excepted Braidwood, midnight daily, Saturday excepted Irradalbane, at 2.5 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted Bungendore, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday Bungonia, at 1.58 s.m. daily, Monday excepted Canberra, at 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and, Friday Carrick, at 4.10 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; and at 2.10 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Collector, at 2.5 a m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Cooma, at 12.30 a.m. on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday; and 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday,. and Friday Crookwell, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Currawang, at 0.30 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and daturday Curraweela, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Dalton, at 2.8 a.m. on Tuesday and Friday Fullerton, at 8 p m. on Monday and Friday Gininderra, at 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Golspie, at 4 p.m. on Mo...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

S.'Trevanian ! ' Your refusal of me,, then, proceeds from your own free will ?' S'Yes !' . The fatal word was uttered in a tone as low and sad as the plaintive cry ot a wounded ringdovei.: ' : ' I.: will' not reproach -you, Therese,' ex claimed.the young man, after a pause, ' that you once gave me reasonl to think I was not quite inrdifferent :to you ! ':You were the mistress of my i lieart-I gave it freely, and you had the right to sport with it ., .'I'I didi not :mean :to do so !' sobbed the daughter' of the adjutant ; indeed' I did not ! Ohl, forgive: me, :Charles ! Judge nme: not harshly-deprive me not;, in my misery, of the only consolation left-your friendship !' S':And' what consolation have you left 'me ?' demanded her'lover ; alife of sorrow-a blighted, lonely existencel ' But as you 'say I'ani young, and can endure the agonyof dis appointmerit--tle weary solitude-the apathy of resignation i Firewell, Therese ! God bless you:! May you never feel a pang like mine, and should...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

0COM)ME1OIA.L INTELIGEBNCE. TRADE generally in Goulburn is rather quiet, although we noticela large: amount:of': pro-. duce finding its way to the railwayrstation to be transmitted to districts further south ;and notwithstanding the facilities. offered to such districts by railway extension, we notice that many of the towns further south use.iGoul burn as'their market; and if a 'comparison, is made of the ruling prices in Sydney and at the mercantile houses, the difference is not of such. moment as one woilld expect. :Wool.---We have no transactions to report in this line, though we know of several wil ling buyers. Sheepskins.--The market is active, and: the price as a. consequence is firmer; and, holders of these can find purchasers :at late rates, the price depending entirely on the condition they.are in on arrival; . Hides.-There is little or no alteration :to report in.this line. ' The transactions during theoweek have not been large.: :The deiand still keeps up, and prices rema...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. l LONDON, Mlay I8. MR.. GLADSTONE, despite his indisposition, has not yet refrained from work. He attended : the Treasury tfo-day, and transacted some necessary public business. ST. PE'TERSBURO; May 18. General Ignatieff, the newly.appointed Minister of the Interior, to-day issued a cir cular, dealing chiefly with the internal policy of the Empire. The circular follows generally the line indicated by the recent proclamation of the Emperor, and announces the firm de termination of the Government to extirpate tihe spirit of rebellion \vhich now pervades the country. Allusion is made to the national religion,, and thei new Minister of tihe Interior promises that every effort will be made to strengthen the faith and morals of the people. The heavy burdens under which the Russian peasantry at present suffer will also occupy attention, and endeavours will be made to alleviate these as much as possible. The re solution expressed by the Ciar in his...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

SYDNEY MA9RKETS.· ; , .Tracdegenerally in:thle dmetropolis is not so .,active as,.formeriy. speculators do :not operate so freely as they miglit do. i: W\Vool.-Any lots brought foirward meet with' readysale at late rates:::. Sheepskins.- The market for this line is brisk and the results of each sale fully con firms, our statement that prices for: these wiv6uld increase with the season. Hides.-These are more in demand than. foitmerl, and any lots arriving in good con dition are.brought up at rates a trifle firmer thain last week. :,: 'Tobacc?:leaf.---This, is 'gradually being sent to. market and. thei'e are always buyers ready to ptirchase .in quantities at:fair rates: Wattle Bark-If in fair condition is worth. from ,'4 to ;'4 5s. per ton. Wheat. -The market.is fairly suppiied apd prices are somewhat .easier, although .a quantity is arriving from the seaboard, a first class sample realises 4S. 5d per bushel.' Feeding grains.-Maize is; plentifull and prices;have receded; best:samples ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

' Goulburn Prices Current, . Flour, line, £12 per ton; seconds, '£11 IWheal, 4e per bushel , , " Bread, 34d. to 4d, per 2-lb. loaf Oats, 2s. Id. to 2s. (id. per bushel Maize, 2s. 10d: to 3s per bushel Barley, 2s. 6d. to 2a 8d per bshcel IIay, £2 12s. 6d. to £3 per ton. Straw, 23s. to 30s. per ton. Polatoes, £2 to £2.10s per ton .Bacon, 4d. per lb. . - Hams, 8d. per lb. . . Butller, fresh, is per lbb. ; salt, 5d. 8d. e "" . Lard,-Sd. per b.' . EgIjs,le. 7d; to is; 9d. per dozen: Cheese, 44d. to Sd. per.lb. Bra, las.. per, bushel Pollard, Is. per bushel ' Onions; 7s; to 7s. 6d. per wt;,' Fat Wethers, prime,' 7s to 8s Store llethers, 5s: . Store Ewues, 4s. 0d to Ss. Od. Stlore Cattle, 22s. ' Pgs, 3d.; to 3t. per lb. , I(;sf(rptail),'2bd. to 3d. per lb .. -Mutton (i?ctil); 2id, 'to 3d. 'perlb, ': J1ides, 7s.'to 1s. ach . SheepskiEs, 4(d. to G5. d per. ?. T'allow, .19s.; to:21l. per cwE' : . Wattle Bark, £2 10s to £215.s, per tn. Poultr.--Fowls, 2s. to 2s.- Gd. per pair; ::tirkeys. 4s. G...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

S GUNNING. (From our Correspondent.) THE Star of Gunning Lodge of Oddfellows, as will be seen by-advertisement, are admit. tinig menmbers at half fees for one iloith. E?ach:of:.the lodges here appear to be'increas. ing in number very fast, the formation of a new lodge having evidently put the. old one. on itsmettle. I have heard that theie are; four or five members to be prbposed in the~ old lodge and twelve in the new one at the. next ineeting. Ihe tei and cdicert at Dalton hias been ipostpbned until Tuesday next, on account of the wet veather. :..: The'Daltdn 'Gold-miniLng Coinmpany's plant. is to be sold by auction on F'riday next,. the company having decided to cease working th&e reef, ..It was at-one time hoped thitt this reef\would turh'but, agood thing, iid gli~ an impetus to business in the district ; but; alas ! the golddn dream is over. . Queen's Birthday will be a great holiday here.' The Oddfellows' celebration is nof to come off, and no other sports have been ar...

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KINGSELL'S BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

KINGSELL'S BUILDIINGS., CoNsiDERING that it comes within the pro vince of a journal to note works of progress, in whatever'shape such works may take, we, a the invitation of Mr. W. Kingsell, paid a visit of inspection to the new buildings re 'cently erected by that gentleman in Auburn street. The buildings referred to werecom menced seven months ago, and have been', completed about six weeks, and are an prna ment to that part of the city. The lanid on which these buildings are erected has a fron tage of 66 feet, the whole of which rontarige is taken up. The allotmerit on which they. stand has a depth of 330 feet. The appear ance of the facade of the pile is ne't and appropriate to the character the buildings assume, which is four shops, with dwellings attached. There is nothing out of phice in the' external appearance of the buildiigs,?the?? ornamentation being in accordaince with the usual'mercantile establishments of the cityil : Three out of the four shops have six rooms, while t...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

Telegraphic ,Intelligence [FROea OUR CORRESPONDRI .S;1 SYDNEY, SATURDAY. TInE steamer Potosi, bound for London, went ashore yesterday evening at Clark Island, but was towed off last night without: apparent injury. The vessel anchored below Garden Island to receive a thorough inspection before proceeding on her voyage. The detached squadron was sighted offt Cape Otway yesterday afternoon. The vessels were sail ing in an extended line. The weather being very thick the ships were all obs.cured by the rain. The Admiral's flagship gave the signal that they.had important intelligence to communicate; but the rain continued almost immediately afterwards, and no further communication could be obtained, at sundown the Squadron being ten miles from the Cape,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

1NOTI L . A LL prson are OCAUTIONE against TRES. .PASSING cn MY PADDOC S at Laggan or Phil's River. y person found Tking down rails will be PROSE TED. Instead impound ing stock, Action for Tres will be tak against pergistenb trespassers. TB MAS MARSDcT. Pigeon 2hooting VIOTORIA RECI EATION GROUND GOUEBURN, May 2 _ h, 1881. GR 1\ HANDICA SWEEPSTA ES sovs each, open t all comers; ao 27 arlds. Fifty per cci t. for 1st, t n0y per cei?t. or 2nd, ten per cent. f r 3rd. 9 bir??each. G ere Sweepstake ShI oting to follo. Four undred Good irds provi ed allaby r" e MAY 25th AT Mrs. Cunningham' , Tarlo. N.B.-AI1 friends are invited t join in this day's sport. Meet at 10 a.m. HENRY AYTEN; :AM METING 01 TIIE MERRILLA Fa mjners' ~ssoci tion, WILL BE HEILD A AT VER ILLA, On on clay,th 3rd ay, A THE SABBIATI COOM, S . AT 2 o'Oo K. ALL interested are requestl to attend. Busi. ness important. GEOR E BOOL, Secretary. QUEEN'S, BIRTHNIGHIT. Fire- ork -Fireworks SDISPLAY OF FIREOK ill tc e place At TA AGO...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

ERnUTERnS TLEGOROAS.]. LONDON, FIon?Air. THE Irish Land Bill passed the second reading by; a majority of 176. The Home Rule party ab stained from voting. Lord Salisbury denounced. the Bill as being unjusfi and impolitic. Garibaldi declares the amexation of Tunis by the French an insult, and must be regarded as threatening Italy. PARIS, THunsDAY. The information from the General commanding troops at Tunis report that the Kromans are offer ing great resistance, and heavy fighting has taken place with great losses on both sides. The P. and 0. Company have declared a divid end of two and a half per cent. The total revenue of tlhe Bank of England amounts to £14,900,000. ··---·= - - -

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. Da. ;WILLAM ROBERTS, in an interesting geries of lectures on digestive ferments, 'ptiblished in the Lancet, says:-rThe prac tice of cooking is not equally necessary: in regard to all articles of food. There' are important differences in this respect, and it is interesting to note how correctly tlhe ex perience' of minkind has guided them in this'matter.: The articles of food which we still use in the uncooked stage aire compara tively few,' band :it is: not' difficdult in each case to indicate the reason of the exemption. Fruits;, which .we consume largely in: the raw state; owe their dietetic value 'chiefly to the sugar which they contain ; but sugar is not al tered by cooking. Milk is consumed by us both cooked and uncooked, indifferently, and 'experiment justifies this indifference; for I have found on trial that the digestion of milk 'by pancreatic extract was not appreci ably hastened by previously boiling the milk. Our practice in regard to the oyster is quite e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

.Pub c Notice. UESDAY NEXT b ,g Her Majesty's Birth. Sday, THE ' POST ' will be published on the MOHRNING of that d ; and we shall feel obliged if advertisers will sen in their favors not later than 3 o'clock oe lonoday fternoon. ,nted . A" OOD COOK anLAUNDRESS. A ply . TEPBENSON'S lAILWAY HOEL, Sloane. ~reeet. Wanted. A BACOK HORSE, young'and stauuch ; must be a good one. R. ORAIO, jun., anctibneer, Goulburn. Wanstaeld A' GOOD BOUSEMAID. Apply, TAS StHOTEL. iWacateel, A:COMPETENT PARLOUR MAID. ply "at Thomas' Hotel. Was ted.. . A. Ranken, kyeleig, ad B NDRESS. A'?ly to 'Mns. H. GEN 12FL Wanted, Gj ENERAL. SERVANT; also, A N/RSE ..:GIRL. Anply, Mas. IROBERT/GLE, Grafton street. Bsantee, •AT Gillespie's Boot' Factory, SIX# ' SBOYS. " , /Z ' CHARLES GILLESPI l'burn. WVtansted. EIGHT 6C NINE SMIART BOYF O. - tices, at Wood-& Co's Boot Facr.r pp y WOOD & C008., Auburnastreet. WANTED .to Sell, :4in. AROCHITRAVES, 2d feot, worth 3 , 2 in MOU NGS, a ooworth 2d--2000t is sto...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

(:J0ULBURlN POLIBCE COUaT. FRIDAY, MAY 20. BEFORE Mr. Voss. Geoige:lMc Coinell was charged with using insulting language to. Edward Ball on the 16th May.: SMr. Gannoni' appeared for the ,defendanit, vho pleaded 'not~uilt~·y' Edwiaid :Ball, hairdie~sse,. deposed :' On M6ndail~!', betWeeti i'.s anbd zI o'clbck iri the' forenioon, i'ient tb the Colin'cil' Chibmiier for'the puiposeof ovoting and'got three or four feet itisde;, when-:defendanit' aid ",oti're the b -y inan that :lirs eine advising the, Mtayor tlhatifhlie let Ho?rn sit 'he w iould lie. iable to a :fine of 6 0i," anid said," Cvlidioa h' h-l-eairnt you to be a lwiwrye ?" and got ver'y exciied and said " if you were, a few years youniger. I would knock your b--y teeth down your throat-~i'm a:'better nian than you in every respect-better in principle; a better-looking man " (laughter in court); and he seemed to get excited, and he said"' you b----r, if I talk to you for ten miniutes I'll talk you stone-stiff in that corner I" ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

U. M. CURRIE, PA Ii,-DRESSER & TOBACCONIST AUBURN.STREET, GOULBURN. Agent for the Sale of the Evening Penny Post. Lrinted an publiIhed by Thomas Daniel, ac' proprietor, at tLhe 1vening P nny Poet O05ic duburn.atreed, Goulburn

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

"" 'A VAC Y TJO R or 3 BOARDERS. 1 . EG, Gold J ith.street. Terms moder te. TO ET, / A FOU.ROOM CO AGE, with Kithe/ nd a as ply of Water d Garden.- A~ly to J. EDW RDS, Grafton.st t . TO LET, A HOUSE containing six rooms, sit/ato in . Victoria-street, with tank, stable ech. house, hay-loft, and large yard. AppIloW. WILKIE. TO LET, O N terms, for Five or Seven Years, FORTY ACRES GOOD FARMING. LAND, close to main road, and 20 misutes .walk'from'the Post. Office. ARGYLE DRUG STORE, Goulburn. TO BE LET, IN central position in Aunburn-street, ROOMS J suitable for Offices; would suit solicitors or auctioneers. Apply A, A. KERR, Argyle Drug Store. ANOTHER PARCEL JUST OPENED OF WINTER DRAPERY, THE ORIGINAL 0ASH STORE. Save loney! Save foney ! BY PURCHASING YOUR iWINTER DRAPERY At Wombey's Cash Store, W HITE BLANKETS, 6s lid per pair at Wombey's Cash Store. White Blankets, 8s ld pair at Wombey's Cash Store. Super. White Blankets, 10s Gd pair at Wombey's Cash Store. Large size White Blankets, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

THE agricultural 'dstricts of the colony at the present time are in anything but ,a healthy condition, commercially speaking. The obstacles in the way of progress are numerous, and perhaps more in number than any other business or calling; which causes the lot. of the husbandman to be anything bit airnenviable- one. A few years ago, when agriculture in this colony was so to speak in its infancy, those persons engaged in it received such prices for their productions as to give them a fair remuneration for their labor and caipital invested; but now things have altered so much, that the return from cultivated lands is altogether inadequate to pay more than half :the cutirent' rate of interest obtainable on invested capital in other businesses, and it behoves us to inquire the cause of such a state of affairs having been brought.about.. About the same period the agriculturil interest'was even more successful in the neighibouring colonies .than in New South Wales; and althongh the ports ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 May 1881

M . MACDONA D, Mo tView, Clinton- reet, H I REMOVED from Sb. 0l i i1la to S/hoe n refidence, ont'nuestit Receive Pupils f?~ aeiano forte ?ngitg, French, an? tal n ( QUIRElD ON TIIS CONTINENT). 1Union Fire Insurance Co., CAPITAL..,....... ..........Tw MrLLIoNs. RIS? -ACCEPTED at LO EST COUL NT S' RATES without refere e to Sdney office. Apply to : ' . D.J. M LEO Monta ? stree , Gou burn. IF YOU WANT Cheap & Good Glass, EARTHENWARE, &o., GO TO MRS. KNIGHT', *OPPOSITE T. JACOB'S, SA DLE Cups and Saucers, from 5s. do u Tumblers, Irom 4s. dozen White and Gold China Cups, Os/ Bd. do en Fern Pattern Tumblers an Wi e la es, at very low prices, t suit all. Tinware of all Descriptio , and Dra ery &c., c. Please Note the Address : S Mrs. C. J. KNIGHT, Opposite Mr. Jacob's, Saddler, Auburnostreet. The Great Blood Purifiers ! Sarsaparia. J AITD P!LLt. Established 1532. Guaranteed io be?r o infallibhlecurcfor Icrof tlln in its worst formsi , Ftllbbori, dcep-sc.tt d Ulcers, ...

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