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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

GOULBURN ITEMtS, SoliE meani and evil-disposed persons have for some time past been making a commoni practice of taking rooted plants from certain graves in the Presbyterian cemetery at North Goulburn, whiclh:we:consider as tantamount to robbing: the dead. Surely the cost of plants suitable for planting. on graves is not so great that, persons cannot, procure them. The feelings of the surviving relatives and friends. of -those that rest in 'these graves are sad enough iat..-lie loss of the loved ones, without having fresh' sorrow -added to them when they visit'the sacred;.Spot, to find that the jplaits ii 2iclhave been carefully tended in sad ?:i'embrance are taken away. We consider no `punishment. too severe to a per son guilty.ot such mean, thefts as are being constantly reported to us ; and we hope that soimeone will be caught in the act in order ti'at an example may be made to this class oft offenders:, -The following selections were made at the local laniid-office: on Thursday,...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 May 1881

INt many localities where the: farmerlhias'sown very early .and :little or no 'rain hash fallen s'ince, and th'e seed has had to:depend oli?the moisture received in the land by deis only, :it will be found, the crop in mianyfinstances ,vill. be thin'-indi ,irregular;, besides a great deal of:the:seed, through being insufficiently covered with, the harrows, on account of the land beifng ,oo dry: and hlard to :pulverise,: . will have been carried away by the birds, 'while t portion will have lost its germinating ipoieri through exposure ' to the weaither, especially so in the case of 'grain= that has been pickled prior to sowing, becausediliere there is no natulral moisture in the grourid '(oir.i apparently none) thb:pickle ifself..ivill sometimes cause the seed to germinate. iTo ,those :of:, our farming; readers. whose crops may be ahs we state, we, advise, when their crops are six inches in height, and after a downpour of rain (and the'surface has again become.in a measure dry enoug...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

-Trevanian. - It was arranged tliat during tlhe rest of ihle day her.young mistress should i remain in the room of the nurse,- who, meanwhile, was to seek;: a lodging in the village, fo. which they might iremove that ,very :.night!, ?ith ;the innocent cause-of, so much sorrow. '.. As ...for the adjutant, directly on quitting the parlour Wihere theldistressing scene we:have described had taken place, he had.locked himself in his chamber, which he continued to pace, a prey to the most violent emotions of anger and outraged honour;i- - :, ' i :i.r -; Mary Page ,was, one of those, energetic characters who. 'only.require to-know their duty, resolutely to perform it. She arranged with the widow-- at 'whose cottage Charles Graham.had lodged .previous to his quitting Farnsfield, for a couple of rooms, paid her a monthts:"rent in advance, and returned to Therese, to prepare for their departure. ' We will nbt go till duslk 1': said tlihe faithful creature; ' day wvoald blulsh: to se'e you dri...

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"WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH THE BARLEY?" (To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

"WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH THE BARLEY ?" (To the Editor of the Evei,?g Penny Posl. ) DEAR SIR,-Just prior to my leaving old England, forty years ago, teetotal principles being then first promulgated throughout the country, Farmer John Bull raised the cry " What shall we do with the barley?" I have been somewhat startled to find a similar cry raised in this district as soon as barley in any noticeable quantity began to be an article of product. I have never found but what the "'old folks at home" could find a use for it; and if our farmers here were to look around them, they could turn it to very good account without troubling themselves so much about its market value. It is well known that nothing will produce better bacon than feeding pigs on ground barley; but for the want of it in past years I have had to resort to a substitute for it in the shape of pollard, &c., and by so doing have made superior bacon for our family use, and find this district admirably adapted- for making...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

S 'GoULviUN AGRICULTESAL SOCIETY 1881. ,:'; ·~:.Assets. x-; £ s. d Land .......................... ........1500 0 0 Fencing and labor ..................... 210 5 Building :Paviliodhn;...'.'.688 8\ 0; ''. a, Yards & Sheds.1126 2 *3, ,, Tank 1k...... :'... 15 8 o' S . 1829 18 3 Tents .. .............. ............ . 2 0 0 Trestle. .... 0;.....;. ..... .;.......... 15 7 ' :r3557 3 8 Liabilities. Unpaid cheques .;......... : .... ,:.' ',: 8 15 2 Outstanding acconnts ......,: ,..;.. ..':.. 88 ..5 4 Unpaid.prizes ........................... '65 11 6 C.,, .Campbnellarid Ezzy ...... . 7 2 0 Balance... .... ................ ..... ;.... 3387' 9 8 £33557 3 8 He said that Mr: Teece was working up the. matter in a finrancial way with .vigour. They had received '2'50o fromthe Government for the society, ,and-expected to getanother simi lar sum. (Cheers.): ' ! "'" The Chairman stated that the accounts had been duly audited, and certified to their cor rectness;: and as they had heard the're...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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AGRICULTURAL, PASTORAL, AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

AGRICULTURAL, PASTORAL, AND HORTI CULTURAL SOCIETY. THE annual meeting of the above society was held yesterday afternoon in the Commit tee-room of the Mechanics' Institute, and was fairly attended. Amongst the gentlemeni present we noticed Messrs. Mackellar, J. Chisholm, J. Brownhill,'W. Sands, A. M. Betts, D. J. Mc Leod, A, Gibson, S. Emanuel, 1. Shepherd, S. H. Belcher, P.> G. Myers, M;P.; W; Jobson, - Cleary, C. Rogers, G. Mc Connell,T. Marsden, J. Tilly, - Ross, and others. , On the 'nfiotioni of Messrs. Belcher and *Emaanuel, Mi. T. Marsden was iroted to the chair, and on taking the position stated that in accordance with rule 6 'of the society the present meeting was held; and, after reading the advertisement calling the meeting, he called: upon the hon. secretary to read the ep6ort, as follows: Goulburn Agricultural, Pastoral, and Horticultural Society's First Annual Report. The Committee in presenting this'first Annual Report of the Goulburn A, P. and H. Society beg to co...

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MICALAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

MICALAGO. : S(Fiorniofi, Coridespoident.) TIHERE was a picnic here today for the pur pose of' getting a new bell for the Romanh Catholic chapel here; and a good many iper ;sons put in an appearance and did justice toi a well-spread table of good thinigs which re flected great credit on those who had charge of the culinary arrangements and waited opi the tables. One or two races were run offi and dancing was commenced, when down! came a splendid fall of rain accompanied vith bitterly cold winds, which made all seek' a shelter and completely put a stop to, the sports. About three o'clock men,'women,f and cnildren were to be seen going in all directions and making for their homes; buit not before they got .well drenched to the skin.i SLrrITTLE ,PLAIN. - The picnic was- well jaitended hiere to.day, and a nice littlE ;uni of money was realized from it, being fully up to expectations. Two large tables' were placed .the schoolroom, and were well decorated with everything that a htingry man...

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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

BUNGENDORE. (From our Correspondent.) ATHLETIC SPORTS.-On last Tuesday the various events as advertised came off on the flat in front of the Harp Inn. The entrances for each event filled well, the big handicap falling to the lot of Fowler, who came in first in the 150 and 200 yards; D. Sparrow taking second money. Mr. Mc Donogh acted as starter, and Mr. P. Carroll fulfilled the duties of judge. The first race started at 12 o'clock, for which five competitors entered, and after a sharp run was won by Birch. The next was a boy's race, for which eight youngsters had a spin, and resulted in a dead heat be tween four of them; in the run-off a dead heat followed with R. Mc Jannett and H. Leahy, who agreed to divide the prize. The next thing on the programme was the Cigar Race, which was well won by D. Sparrow, A. Mc Clung being a good second; seven per sons run in this event. The first event of the Town Plate brought seven athletes to the mark. D. Sparrow, with two yards start, proved the...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

G GOULBUR1{ ITEMS. THE .Goulburn Quarter Sessions ,will comr mence to-morrow-morning, when his Honor Judge Mc Farland iwill preside; . The calehb dar is an unusually heavy:oneand' contains Sthe''tollowviing cases for trial.: Sidmuel Knapp~ stealinig from it; di~ elliig: Richird Morton and George Harris, larceny a'nd stealing mioneyt?w?iv chlirges)';, Williamii Hbl ialias Ford, 'forgery and uttering:;- O'vei O'Neil, obtaining mribey under false prltences; Wil liam Riawlings, passing valueless cheques; Johh Fox, stealing a watchl,; Isaigd Hairvey, stealing a ,saddle; aind Kate Leonard, for: :stealling a cheque, All the albiove' were coli mitted by. the Goulburn Bench, and the cases is full h'ive, been published i our columns From the .Gunning Bienehl -,Wil liamj.H. Franc?s?and M'ry Knox,1 larcey? ; from the Grookwell Bench-Joseph T'aylor, for setting fire to~fences;: E-, ?:, Ther~i?ss is probability of the provisional scl?6ol at Golspie being ;soon,converted into .,hspuli:i, sch6o?l M...

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BREVITIES. QUARTER Sessions to-morrow. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

BREVITIES., QUARTER Sessions to-morros,.; Anti-Chinese meetings:are beinlg held in all parts' of tbhe colony,:: . < -. .;, i: a i '? Twenty-foui selections werv e takehfpis itat the Cooma land office last .Thulrsdayr'l;,:g There "are 7o98, persons in the Coomiira police district. , "r.., i A mantch'lfor -0io: a-side; is to :beNtri:?ff next Sathirday on the .Tea-tree course, Cooma, betweenKirig: Harry and Kingt oToii, race rI.159,0001 bales of wbol:are ccataloguied to date for the Ldfidon vool sales' ,':.'?(. :1:The !Sailors belonging 'totyhei!'Men-of-War in Hobson's Bay are not conducting them selves: as: ivell as tihey might whlile on shore. All the. Agent-Generals of the olonies hiave been invited i?.y the Lord . Maorj; of I=ondond to a baiqj t ueat. Guild Hall. On Sunday lasto;9o;pessons visited the men-of-war in Hobson's Bay, . The ~weather: appears to be stormy in all parts of tiie'cbloiny?< : . ~ : i ., Arrangements are? Ieing made fort a' return ball to'...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

Churoh. of England Working ~neli's Literary S': As; :ssociation, DESPITE the extremely inclement state' of the weather last evening, there was a very f.ir itteiidance at the regular weekly meeting in'connection with the above no less than sixt'?e?i mninib?eS having put in an appearance with an evident determinatioil that theli meet miigs should 'not flag firoi wantt of s'?fficient interest beingtiikeh in tihen. rhie chair was ocdclbie'd bytlhe Revi.' G. M. D'Aircy., Irvine, M.A., one of the presidents; and after a iumiber of; preliminmar matters'. hai'd bee-i goe 'tfrobugh, Mr. James Cooper waS' duily elected a 'member of the associatidno. M'r. T. W. Line' 'nib?ed the resoilutiod if' 'wvhich he had given the required .notice--".That in future the ministry appointed to carry out debates shall consist of three members only." This was seconded by Mr. C. Webb; and after much discussion had taken place with regard thereto, it was put to the meeting aid negatived. Mr. D. Clifford moved--"...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

,CABLE 'MESSALES. " , (From S,UlnesU DailUy Papers. i . LONDONj iMay 27. :THE sorrowful work of recovering the:bodies of those drowned by the 'capsizing of the holiday excuirsion steamer Victoria has::been proceeded with since *the accident occurred, on Queen's Birthday.. It now tranispires that the number of persons who lost their lives on the occasion is much larger than was at.first 'estimated. Nearly' 250 bodieshave been re covered.. . . ,. :- :i: , :::: A:: .most .influential committee has been formed in London in connection witi the proposed' memorial to the late Earl of Bea consfield. ' The memorial is to take the form of a statue.. The committee is composed of Dukes, .-.Marquises;', Earls, and other distin :guished :persons, anid is without parallell in the influential character of those who conm prise it. The utmostenthusiasm prevails. Great interest is taken in the forthcoming: 'English: Derby, and the betting is brisk. The Duke ofYWestmirister's colt Peregrine is first fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

iVao feel.y A C4hNERAL SERVNT for a a'mall family. Spply to Mbs. MI LETO, Telegraph Office. ( - TWmuted, kA LA UNDRESS. Apply to hMns. FLAY,; Yass Road. / aVnted, A GFERAL SE VANT. MRs. /KING, SOdsmith.street, .\posite Bridgeo otel. Va,,ed, . y A COMPETENT PARLOUR MAI Apply at Thomas' Hotel. Wanted, EIGHT OR NINE SMART BOY Aren. Sticcs, at Wood & Co's Boot Fact y/Aply WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-street. WB anteld, T GillesDpie's Boot Factory, SorI HT BOYS. CFIARLES GILLESP .,G~uIrn. I'. PTRIZ HARRcNYS, only o #),air loft, .J 0 CJ. JONES', Cli rd-street, a lburn. .S FOR SALE, .BRST PRIZE. CANARIES. . COARY :' Goulburn. S' FOR SALE, ATER BUTTS (English oa-'rom -2 2 150 gallons each, at / L.·~' GOULBURN BRE Y TENI~RS EUIRED for PAI\TING FRO T of RGYLE CASE STOFES. For pa/ticulars applto G. FOX, on premises9 o'clock ?ednes day morning. CHALL G~. -OHN ATON and D. L RKHAM are p par. to ACCEPT TH? CHALLENG of W. and . HARVEY to MOR CE AND FEC against them (or any other two) Ior £5...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

QUEANBEYAN , (F : ..(rom our .oi'respoadent ) ;). . THE weather is very cold, ;:winter having' set inl :Since my last extremely cold winds have prievailed, and on Tuesday eveniing a very ledvy thunderstorm passed over the town.':. The: Oddfellyws' fiftlh anniversarylpassed off . very pleasantly' on .Queen's Birthday. Notwithstandihg the heavy rain that fell there wvas a large attendance at the biall,'about: forty couples putting in: ani appearance;,?'besides fifteen single gentlemen., 1The supper was -partaken off by over ninety persons,'all iof whom were well provided.for. ' The dancing was kept up till half-past 5 on the following morning. • The Mutual .Improvement Society having failed to.accomplish its objecti a meetlng was hlield on Thursday ev'ening, when it was -de cided to wind'.up the society.'1 Theie "has been meeting. after: meeting calledi: but ohly ithree orifouir members attended.i It was car nried unanimously that the society be'd closed, and that if there should be' ...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

[REUTER'S TRLEORAMSI.] LONDON, MoNDAY. TELIEGRAMS recently received show that a feeling of coldness has lately sprung up between the Govern. ments of Germany and Russia, and is exciting comment by the English and Continental Press. The British Government have determined on an early evncuation of Pishin and OCtanon, North Bolan Pass, at which places it was recently announced than an efficient force was to he perman ently stationed. The India, Government are strongly averse to the proposal, and have formally protested against the step being taken.

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. FORGERIES are known to be in circulation in Sydney, one of the banks received a forged ji-note oh the Commercial Bank of Sydney a day or two since. The imitation, which was exceedingly clever, was effected by means of photography, and it is difficult for anyone but an expert to distinguish the difference between the genuine note and the forgery. The Hon. Thomas Ware Smart, of Mona, Darling Point, is dead. The hon. gentleman diedathis late residence on Saturday morning, for many years he had been known in political and mercantile circles, and was universally respected. He twice occupied the position of Colonial Treasurer in the New South Wales Government, on each occasion as the colleague of the late Sir Charles Cowper, but for some years past took no active part in politics. His picture gallery at Mona is one of the finest in Australia. He was appointed to the Legislative Council on January 25, 1870, and remained a member of the Upper House until.his decease, and was ...

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GOLSPIE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

GOLSPIE. (Fromt o?ur ("orresponcldett.) . THE: SEASON.-The weather is beautifully fine,' with very sharp frosts at night. Plough" ing ani:d sowing are still in operation. Crops are not in as early as usual tliis year, owing t6 :the rain'coming :rather late; in fact, the -ground is still rather hard in some places for uploughing, Some of the stock are ratherlow :ii condition, and may have some difficulty to sutirvive the winter; but if the owners can only secure the hides they will realise as much hs'if they took the beast to market. i.Religious.-Much convenience is derived from the hall lately erected here. The Rev. :W. M. Martyn of Taralga has established a regular monthly service there, and I under :itand that the Rev. T. Osbourne is about to do the same. Sunday-school is also being held there. Winter Recreations.--I notice your Taralga coir'espondent seems considerably annoyed at raffles and dances being carried on in his locality. There have only been two raffles to my knowledge...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

TIHE Boiough Council, at their meeting last evening, transacted an-iunusual amount of business; and on severalil questions the dis cussion was of an animated character. 1But we must certainly take exception to the reso ~lution proposed. by Alderman WVombey, and carried as amended at the suggestion of Aldeman Caldwell. The resolution referred: ,.to is in coannection .with the recreation reserve .at North Goulburn. As first pirop6sed.it was riglt teriough, and was .in substance ' that thereserve.be ploughed and sown with grass seed:, "-tiit .Aldedrman Caldwell stated that if the land was'broken up they could not expect a sward. He s'ugge'sted the levelling of the surface and tliii sowiing,' ihd was certain they would get a -good sward hy this means, es) pecia!ly if?waite clover and couch grass seed was sown.a:slo,show, how little. Aldermai Caldwell. knows of husbandry or sward makinig, and. also thie error the Coundil has fallen int6 we ewill state positively that the land must be fir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

Wanted to Buy, Oo[[o BAGS FEED and SEED UU also, BhAY in any quantit.. Aply, JAMES LOOKARD, Ray and Auburn-sireet. Just Arrived, /GARDEN SEEDS,X SUITABLE FOR PRESENT SOWING, (NONSISTING of Peas, various sorts, dage, . ditto ditto Cress, Cabbage Letty , Celery, Turnip and other Radish, Caulifloy'r (a iouoe), Beet, Leek, Parsley, Carrot, Mu reJ/,.arsnip, SOnion, Savoy, &Co., &c., To be Sold at Strictly Sydne Prices. These seeds are from one of the ~est nurseries in SSydney. A. A. KERR, Argyle Drug Store, GOULBURN. OWEN FURNER & 80N8 HAVING MADE A LARGE IMIPOIRTATION OF MACHINERY AnD General ironmongery ARE NOW PREPARED TO SELL 20 per cent. Cheaper than any House in Town. Bentall's Chaff-Cutters, from £3 Crowley's, with Lever Weight, £4 5s Ritchie's and Wright's Ploughs, at anu S facoturing Prices Hornsby's Ploughs, the Cheapest i T 11 Zig Zag Harrows, from £4 10s Carpenter and Finsley's 6 in. o} k 3s Gd each Draw-back Looks, 9 in,, Os R, Sorby's Panel Saws, 26 ...

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 May 1881

.... GOUL'BURN. BOROUG 00CUNOIL,.- - A SPECIAL meeting of the above was held last evening,, tlhe business being the same that was to be tranlsacted-at the iregular meet ing last week, but which.lapsed for want of a quorum...: There were present-The Mayor; and Aldermehn)Osborne, Caldwell, Taylor, McC6ninell'and Wonmb."ey. : :The: minutes of lthe former metiing ?erer riot :read:.'A: quantity of 'correspondence was reid andireceived : . ' ;: ': '::' i The finance report and a.report from tie working foreman was read and received. TIhe adjourned-motion inreferehce to 'the Fire- Brigade was taken up, and afteri;, lengthy discussion. it was.,resolvedthatlalthe engines and appurtenances be .ieased to th? sulperintendent or any'- respo'sible persons at a rental of itr per annum. cdAlderman Caldwvell ,moi.d~f :that ?th gutter o;i tlie So'tli-eagtfsid" of Grftjonistreet' be leanied out from Mr. Gale's property to Reynolds-street, and the side of the street filled tip :with the' st ff'rem6ved ...

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