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MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 January 1881

MARULAN. (Frone a Corfespondenet.) TrEl refreshing showers of the past few days having relieved us of that oppressive feeling that the end of the world was near at hand, I trouble you with a few more notes concerning this locality. Last Monday the special train en route for Albury had a narrow escape from annihilation; providenti ally, no one was seriously injured, though terribly shaken. From what I can gather the special was to cross the 12.15 passenger at this station and the 2 o'clock luggage at Mannafiela. Orders were given that whichcver train was in first was to be run into the "loop." The train from Goulburn was in first, consequently was shunted on to the dead line, giv ing the special a clear line through. Through some misunderstanding the pointsman turned the special on to another line, on which were several empty trucks. The engine-driver (W. Farquhar) saw at a glance he was going wrong, and with commend able promptness whistled "down breaks," reversed the engine, and br...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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TREVELYAN! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 January 1881

TREVELYAN ! The hours passed slowly, and Load Tre velyan began to listen to every step in -the hall, and to wonder aloud if the Countess had received his message, and if it were not time for her appearanee. Giralda grew nervous and troubled, seeing no outlet to the difficulties in which she had become involved. Soon after the luncheon had been served, and Giralda's secret tremor had almost declared itself in outward signs, a waiter made his welcome. appearance, bringing three letters which he presented to his lordship. ' Here's a note from my business man,' said the Marquis, when the servant had with drawn, 'and this square white letter is from Adlowe-at least it bears his crest. And this -why, Giralda, here is a letter for you ! it must be from yonr mother ' He extended a dainty' little missive as he spoke, and the young girl hastily took'it and retreated to the window-seat, which she had occupied nearly all day. As she expected, and as.his lordship had suggested, the letter was fr...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 January 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. A TELEGRAM from Blackall, dated i3th January, says that Skuthorpe had arrived from his exploring trip out west. He reports having travelled 200o miles inside the South Australian boundary, and on the Herbert River discovered relics of Leichhardt, con sisting of his diary and Classan's diary; also, a telescope with presentation engraving, com passes, and other things. These, he alleges, are in two packs, which he has brought with him. The diary of Classan is to the effect that he left Leichhardt at the Saltwater Creek while he searched for water, and that on his returning he found the party dead, and then joined the blacks, with whom he lived until three years ago. Skuthorpe will not allow anyone to inspect the alleged relics, and here it is considered doubtful whether they are genuine. The immigrants who arrived by the Glamis the other day have nearly all been taken up. Out of the 148 women and children who were landed at the Byde Park Depot on Tuesday 75 were sent fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 January 1881

in Opportunity not to be Lost ! .? AUSTRALIAN STORES. -. £600 Worth of the Wagg W gc Wagga Stock OF BOOTS & SHOES AND GENERAL DRAPERY! Selling for about £400 to those who COMVE EARLY ! T?- uot eew Prices, to give the~ public an idea of the BARGAT . to b oh mined for a SHORT TIME ONLY. Men's Bluche 's; 5s 9d Women's Lasting Boots, 4s 6d Children's B ots & Shoes, is lid E.S. Boots & Shoes, 5s 9d Pompadour ess tuffs, 4d Wrashing Prints, 2s lid dress Fancy Kilted Skirt , 2s lid Pretty Pompadour Chaillis, 9 d White Sheeting, 94d AR t G-A Ill E IN Iadies' a Children's Hosiery, Stays, lUndero othing, nnels, Quilts, Table I)amasks, &o., c. M en's Felt Hats, Is 6d Regatta Shirts (coll rs) 2s lid, worth 5s 6d Working.Shirts is, lined backs is lid Youths' Galatea Coats, 9s 6d Boys' Felt Hats (bands); is 6d Boys' Whits Shirts (B.B.), is 9d Flannel Undershirts, 3s 6d Flannel Pants, 2s lid Tweed Trousers and Vests, 9s 6d Railway Rugs, 9s 6d Grey Merino Socks 10d, w...

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An Old Farmer's Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 January 1881

An Old Farmer's Advioe. THE following advice is given by a man who has tilled the soil for forty years; I am an biold man, upwards of three score years, during two score of which I have been a tiller of the soil. .I cannot say that I am now, but I have been rich, and have had all I need, do not owe a shilling, have given my children a good education, and when I am called away will leave them enough.to:keep the wolf from the door. My experience has taught me that: I. One acre of land well prepared and well cultivated produced more than two which received only the same amount of la hour used on one. a. One cow, horse, sheep, or hog, well fed, is more profitable than two kept on the amount necessary to keep one well. 3. One acre of clover or grass is worth more than two of cotton where no clover or grass is raised. 4. No farmer who buys oats, corn, wheat, fodder, and hay, as a rule, for ten years, can keep the bailiff away from the door in the end. S. The farmer who never read the pape...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 January 1881

GUNNING. (From our Corresponldela.) Sror.L-On Monday 24th instant, a match is to be run off between Mr. D, Murray's mare "Jane " aud Mr. J. Newman's horse "Goodenough," on the Gunning course, for a stake of ?£1(0a side; the horse to carry 9st. and the mare 8st.; the distance to be twice round the course, about two miles. The match is the outcome of the Jerrawa races, in which " Goodenough " was beaten by the mare, or at least as some say, the mare getting ahead of him, in consequence of the horse getting off the course:; but be this as it may, Monday will see them together and prove which is the best, as the race will be run on the merits of the horses, the best to win. On Saturday-two lads, J. Noble and H. Watson, had a spin of 100 yards for a small stake, Watson conceding his opponent 4 yards, who won by about 4 yards. A match was then made between them for a 100 yards spin, for £1 aside, to come off on Anniversary Day. The deputations from the Albert Division Sons of Temperance, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 January 1881

Wanted, / A SMART BOY for the Drapery. O. FUER & SON. W s~nted, 10 the Peelwood ?ibute Co., A B O4CK SMAKER. Apply prsonally or by lejter to the ANAGER, Peelwood _ B~Wated, A CO ANLAUNDRESS, for MrsPhillips. S Iss RENTON, Horn:s' Cottages. WVanted, A ,EADY RESPECTABLE WOMA as ?- lurse ; competent to take charge of a oneg infant,/and assist with needlework. Apy for Rpas. ZO UCH. "I BWo ted. S ESPECTABLE El ny Woman as HOT/SE SKEEPER, good home. Apply, Jous N?BLE, Gunln g. . Wa ted, AGi HEAL SERVNT. Moo. KI4TG, s osite the Bridge o tel, Goldsmith?s.reet. Ws sted, A T ,na APPRE E and IMPROVR fo/CheDRESSMAK G. Mas. GOLDI G, Verner street. / Was(eo!./ fT0 , HOUSEMAID, NND NURSE. JLpply Jdhs. JENKINS, Aulnn-street. / 6?aanteel, t o Cut ancTruss Hay. Aplp MR. / ELLIOTT, lat\ Mayers, oppoat St. Patiek's College. Wos UedJ. TNP'OR MAN to mi, garden, groom, and /make himself useful. ?Dn. SLY, Huuville Go/lburn. , Wanted, A )JTH to Collect Orders and Delivdr 'seat, iVd vdpcke himself ot...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 January 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. ) LONDON, Jan. 14. REPORTS received from various parts of the coun try show that there is increased activity among the Fenians. A plot has just been discovered to blow up the Government armoury at Salford, near Manchester, by means of dynamite, but though an explosion took place it failed to effect the purpose aimed at. January 15. The police have been vigorously prosecuting in. quiries into the cause of the explosion at Salford yesterday, but have not met with the slightest suo -cess as yet-the cause of the explosion and the persons ooncerned being a complete mystery. CAPE TOWN, Jan. 14. Intelligence was received to.day reporting in creased aetivivity on the part of the Basutos, who, undeterred by repeated defeats, again gathered in the neighbourhood of Mosern and Deribe, at which place they were vigorously attacked, and in the fight which ensued the enemy were defeated with heavy loss. LoNDoN, Jan. 15. The strike amongst the coalminers in...

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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 January 1881

CROOKWELL. (Fsose our C'orres~ponlen.) yEATsER.-- After the cold and winter-like wea ther of the past week, we are now getting our Usual summer heat. Yesterday (.unday) the ther mometer stood at 96 degrees. This chailge to sea sonable weather has again set our harvest men to work, thus drawing from the town many who were passing their hardearned sash into the pockets of others who don't use the reaping.hook. Our Mails.--lt is a matter of great satisfaction to note with what punctuality and dispatch our mail business is conducted. The mail coaches come and go with something very near railway regularity, and a better state of things in this branch could not be desired. We are sure every one concerned will justly merit the confidence of the public. Post and Telegraph Office. - We hear that the Government have leased for a term of three years the building now used as Post and Telegraph Office; and considering the centrally situated po sition in which it stands and its commodiousness, as...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 January 1881

LGOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 17. BEFORE the Police-Magistrate. An old man named Michael Bourke was charged with having no means of support, and was sent to gaol for one month. Frederick Munoz, for drunkenness and using obscene language, pleaded guilty. Constable Whealey deposed that he ar rested prisoner yesterday, and he was then very drunk. Fined 2os., or seven days in gaol; the fine was paid. Alfred Anderson was charged with being drunk and disorderly; he pleaded guilty. Mr. Betts appeared for defendant. Constable Cochran proved that defendant was drunk, and had been disorderly. Vr. Betts stated that defendant had never be n before the-Court for drunkenness until this time. Fined 5s, or 48 hours' imprisonment. Police v. Herbert Dubois, for carlessly driving. Constable Drummond proved the case, and the Bench fined the defendant 5s and 2s 6d costs. The fine was paid. Vosper v. Vosper.-This was a case in which complainant sued for maintenance. Mr. Betts appeared for compl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 January 1881

arookwe 1Steam Flour Mills A AU\RT 1, .1881. AS our le s e above Mill expires op. A temb f, ao our Partership also termi tes, we beg r pee to-state that we shall DIS SCONTIN E OUR AST SYSTEM OF GIC ING , CREDI .. We .iarantee CASH for all o For. chase Goo e d bshall require CASH R AP '<PRO ED CURITY for any goods elivered di" r g this present year. A Settlement f all out stadding debts is requested. The BEST SILK-DRESSED SUPERFINE and SECONDS FLOUR, BRAN and POLLARD always on hand at GOULBURN PRICES. COX AND WORRALL. New Year Presents IN GOLD AND SILVER J E W E L LE RY! ,0. THOMPSO TNVITES speci attention •-5 to his LARGE AND VRsEn ASSORTmrNrT of A IES' and GENTLEMEL . GOLD I ER SWA C ES Ladies' Gold and ilve Albeotts, In various atter TuE LARGEST AND BEiTnTeT i C1oolos, Gold Silver Sets, Wed ding Rings, Keepers, and Ladies' Dress Rings IN THE TOWN TO SELECT FROM. IH El above articles to be had at GREATLY S.. EDUCED PRICES, NOTE THE ADDRESS:- C. THOMPSON, WATCH MAKER &...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 January 1881

Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. TIIERE was ; good attendance of members at last night's meeting of the above society, and a few friends were also present. The chair was occupied in the earlier part of the evening by the Ven. Arch deacon Puddicombe, and afterwards by the vice president (\1r. H. B. Monkley). Tn the absence of the secretary Mr. R. H. Clifford was appointed to act, and the minutes were read and confirmed. Mr. H. Horn then moved the resolution of which he had given notice at the previous meeting "That a ministry of live members be formed in connection with this society, to conduct debates." This was seconded by Mr. H. Pinn, and, after dis cussion, put to the meeting and carried unanimously. The special business of the evening was a debate "Does the stage benefit or demoralise society ?" The discussion was opened by Mr. W. Pursehouse, who in a brief but forcible speech contended that the stage on the whole was demoralising in its ten. dencies. Mr. J....

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TUESDAY, JAN. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 January 1881

TUESDAY, JAN. 18. Before the Police-Magistrate. William Pearce was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Pleaded guilty, and was fined 40s, or seven days' imprisonment. The same defendant was next charged with ma. lioiously breaking a window at the Imperial Hotel. John Hall deposed: I live at Mr. O'Brien's; I saw the defendant trying to get in the front door, which swas closed, and hlie got into the parlour by the side door and caught up a tumbler, which he threw at Mr. O'Brien, but it went through the window, breaking it, and I believe that damage to the extent of £1 was done. Convicted and fined £1, or a month's imprison ment. The same defendant was next charged with using obscene lauguage, and pleaded guilty. Convicted and lined £5, or three months' imlpri. sonment. Defendant was next chargecLwith assaulting Mr. J. O'Brien of the Imperial HIotol. John O'Brien deposed: I was standing at'my bar door last evening at about 11 o'clock ; I saw defendant with two others; defendant sa...

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GOULBURN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

G ,OULBURN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, THE half-yearly meeting of the above insti tution took place last eveningin the large hall. About eighty members were present: *and.although the meeting was called for half past seven, it was close on eight o'clock when the proceedings copnienced. ,MIIr. J. T. Gannon, the president, occupied the chair;' and Mr. F. Deacon, the treasurer, had a seat on the platform. The Chairman formally opened the meet ing by reading the advertisement, and then called upon Mr. R. Smith' the secretary to read the report and balancesheet as follows, during the reading of which there were fre quent signs of approbation: The Fifty-fourth Half-Yearly Report of the Goul burn Mechanics' InPtitute, for the half-year 'ending December 31st, 1880. In ipresenting to the members of the Goulburn Mechanics' Institute their fifty.fourth hallf-yearly report, your committee have to congratulate them upon the continued flourishing state of the institute Your committee would point out th...

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TREVELYAN! CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

TREVELYAN ! CHAPTER XX. The Marquis leaned back in his chair,' his. large, grand head strongly displayed against. its crimson cushions, his massive, rugged features lighted up wiih an.expression of interest which they had not kndwn for years. His old look tof cynicisim atid misanthropy was secretly apparent, and he had resumed, with'his evening coat, his ;old-school air. of gallant courtliness, which gave hliim the aspect of a French nobleman of the aricient regime.: It was evident that Giralda.had had already a humanizit;g effect upon him. The disguised Lady Beatrice arose at his entrance, and Giralda said in a tremulous voice : ' Mamma, this is my new friend of.whpin I have told you, Lord Trevelyan,iof T'revelyan Park, in Glamorganshire. ' My :lord, this is my mother, the Countess of Arevalo.' :.... The Marquis bowed iil' c6urtlyt 'style, and her ladyship inclined her head, and, in obedi ence.to his reqluest,. sank.into the arm:chair opposite him, moving it a little 'd;stance into...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

'Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.]. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. IN the Legislative Assembly, .yesternight, after a number of questions had been an swered, Mr. Me Elhone moved the adjourn ment of the House in order to discuss the rebate of the rates on the southern railway line. The Treasurer then moved that the House go into committee of supply, when prelimi nary resolutions that were necessary for the introduction of the Supply Bill were intro duced, and a long debate took place on the proposal to include in the Bill an item for sixteen thousand .five hundred pounds awarded to Milburn Creek Copper Company, and ultimately the item was .withdrawn. The item for immigration elicited a warm discus sion, but was allowed, to pass on a pledge being given by.the Treasurer that no money should be expended until the committee had an opportunity of discussing the whole ques tion when the estimates were under consi deration. : The Supply Bill was subsequently intro duced and read a fir...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

PARLIAM E NTARY. . TUESDAY, Jau. 13. IN the Legislative Assembly. Mr. Lackey informed Mr. Teece, that an amount of £5000 was placed on the estimates, 1879, ih accordance with a resolution of the "House, and' voted, for hn iron and stone bridge over the WVollondilly, but was postponed, with others, on account of the state of'the finances. The oflibers of the Rloads Department all reported that the bridge was not required; but as the House had taken a different view of the ease, tenders would be called foras soon as funds oere available. Mr. Lackey informed Mr. Teece, for Mr. Myers, that no railway truclks cameo empty to Sydney; if any canim empty to the southlern and western lines they were sent wrest to the stone, wood, aod cal sidings. If the trucks were empty when they left Bathurst, they were filled at the coal sidings at Bowesfels. For the futule it was unlikely that there would be any empties aon the Sydney side of Mittagong. The cost of hauling an empty truck varied considerab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

OB Goulburn, COMPE\ENT FE1ALE COOK. Mas. JENKIN\ Auburd.street, GoullA rn. . SWa ted, A FPRNISHED BED OOM, with or withut - oard, in respectab 'family. . Address, L. K.,Post.office. \. 1 W;anted. / SSMARTBOY for the Drapery. . F NER AND SONS. II, W feal / A GERAL SERV T. Mns. ING op.sito the Bridge Ho, Goldsm h.street Waantel, A GOOD FEMALE COOK. Good wages. Apply, Mls. RULE, Argyle fnn, Motague Wanllted, A HOUSE and PARLOUJR MAID; Iso, A L HOUSEMAID. Apply by letter Mns. FAITHFULL, Springfield. [ A Was tes, /A O K AND LAUND eSS, for Mrs. Pilli Iv.Miss RENTO Horn's Co 's. Wt teld, A ST DY RESPE BLE WOM as N 4 ; competent to ta5a charge of a ybuno infant, aun aait with needleork. App...i6r particulars5'e Its. ZOUCOI. WatYted, A YOU'~ to Collect O? ers and Deliver hat, and snka hiself oth wiac useful, A ly nt J. SLOCI Auburun-sr oulburn. Wanted, A T Gillespi's Boot Factory, SIX or ELHT ". -BOYS. CHARLES GILLESPIE, Goul4Arn. * Wanted. / A YOUNG PERSON as Housemaid tcd to assist with ch...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, JAN. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

[REUTER'S "TeLeGRAMaS.] LONDON, JaN, . S. A sNows'roar? and hurricane, the greatest that has ever been recorded in Great Britain, destroying property and life, prevailed last night and this morning. All the traffic on the coast railways has been abandoned. The Thames overflowed its banks, dealing destruction all around. The pier at WooIlwich has hbeen demolished. The storm was felt more along the coast. Many shipping disasters are feared at sea, while in the Thames there is incalculable loss.

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 20 January 1881

QUEANBEVAN.. (From ce Correspondent. ) Ti? WE.hAT5II1i--Durinlg the last week the vea ther has beeni: very cold-m-iore like winter than s.nuimn?. with heavy clouds at times threatening raid; but we had only light showers. SNei Electioni--The times are very lively just now,: and are'likiely to continue so till the election is over. The nomination is fixed for the 24th and the pol:iling da3;:27th January, It is stated tha thore.' are se~en:candidates, viz.-Messrs. John Gale, Percy C. Hodgkinson, John J. Wright, *ThomsaiRutledge, Desulvus, Beaton, and Beatty -now in the field seeking Parliamentary honours in the' roomb':of James B. Thompson, our late mem ber. 'Mr. P. C. Hodgkioson addressed a large and orderly number of electors on Saturday, from th lialcony of the Royal Botel. The other eandi d'ates'airoe to address us next week, most of them al tlie Temperance Hall. SFortlihbout twelve or fourteen years the old Dods worth flour-mill has been idle, but it resumed work the other day. M...

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