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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881
Dr. CARROLL, L.PRC.S. ., L:MI., GOLD MEDALIS . A. ? B: CONSULTED AT T n:NEW DISPENSA Aubhrn.street, next the Post Office, August 19, 1879. :I ..J. YEATMAN, GOi LD I Ti ' H- . T l RE E T. Sewing-Machines and ne REPAIRED PROMPTLY. LETTER-PLATES Important to the Pub c. F,'UITHER REDUCTIONS in the ' "PRICE of TI~iBER BY A. J. PAGE. iINCH PINE BOARDS, 22s. per 100ft. } Inch Pine Boards, 20s. per 100ft. 1 Inch T. & G?,' 6 x 1,'25s. per 100ft. 4 Inch'T. & G., 8 x i, 20s. per 100ft. Orian'Finue'Scantling, I~d. and 2d , per foot. a'nd all other 'Pines and Cedar at Cheapest Rates. Pine Doors, I6ft. Gin. x 2ft. Gin. 10s 6d ch, an al other sizes at equally low prices. / Window Saslhes, all sizes, and made to rd / Paints Mixed (any colour), Od. per lb. Oile, White Lead, best quali? yan ch e in Goulburn.. Looks, Scrcws, Hinges, and Nails, from 2d.er lb. Glass (all sizes and patterns), out to any e e. Turoery of all descriptions. Safe'L'gs and Table Legs 4s. per set. NOTE THE ADDnE...
THURSDAY, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 June 1881
A:" 6THiUasAy, JTNE "I1 ZtL Before his Honor Judge Mc Farlanid. ....TO Messrs. Mackellar,' King, and"' Voos docpi'ed "seats on the Bench. L The Bar was reptesented by Mr. IDavils~6r.l'''tt STEALING A CHEQUE. Kate'Leonard (on bail).was chargedwitbiwstealing a cheque value £4 16s, the property of C. A. Mid. dleton, on the 9th May. "I' Prisoner. pleaded not guilty, and was defended -by Mr. Davidson. ' ..-' :'I The jury having been sworn, after several h-ad' been challenged by the prisoner, , , 'rhe Crown.Prosecutor stated the case,: which was published in full in our last issue, and was to the effect that prisoner had been a servant in the. emliloy of Mr. Middleton, the telegrap 'master'at" Goulburn, and who had lost a cheque which h'ad been left with him by his brother about the 7th May'-to pay some accounts. The prisdner, from: the'evidence, became possessed of the cheque in some way and tendered the same to Miss :Byr'e, a dressmaker employed in the shop of C. O'Leary, a draper in Go...
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
Tl'SYDNEY MARKETS; :!!I 'J;' ; .Trade duringr the' week, appears: to; haver been slightly.more active, and we have heardi of a fair amount of;business being.transacted:; in virious. produce line's. !.> *ow:" i:'' ! .'! ".o:?i;.l : Wool.-There; is, very: little' offering' just: now, but laterates 'canbe. depended upon. &lt;i :-;Sheepskins.-Our :iremarks of last week: 'apply'iequally :-toithei .presenit time;' the. mar:. ket is,-ifianything, slightly firmer. . r ;: .: ,Tallow.-Aibetter demand seems to have, spr.ungup,! and shippers are on the look out for any country lots. : ,Hides.-These are more active :"than: formerly, and any, in good conditiorinineet, w?lth ready sales at'last week's rates;. : li:i:i' • ,Wheat.-The , market. remains'? firmin and[ the standardi.price may.be quotedr-ForjfairJ topprime,samples,'5sto 5s :d .peribush'el.u i , ISuperfine iflour is 'worth .about -/jri25s''; Ibut several, large lines :have been' quitted at' Iii los to r.2 1os. Feeding grains a...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
COMMEROIAL INTELLIGENCE; , TRADE generally has been quiet during the week, and thereis ,no, material difference, in the .markets.tas regards-: the, supply, and, de. marid except in: a'lfew instances- : *'' ':' /','*p Wool -As usiual :!with o^ur market' a-tthi2s time;'o6f i the yearwe have' no transactions^ worthy' o f n'oticed to 'report, owing chiefly'to the lateness of 'the sea'son., ' Shelieskiis.- Tlieimarketfdior these is brisk, and ther are 'heverfil buyers in readiness for any nimiber t.hat: i iay 'be brought forward ; pricesf whi-Whidh''te th'e same as in o'.ur last reporti ' ' ' . ' . '. Hides.-Thire are enquiries for any numni be'r.arid prices are ruled in' ti's market· in a great nieasuie on the conidition they aie in on arrivalimnd are wortli from 7s to los. Tallowv.-There havel been.a few lots of this commodity chang hainds during the past fe.v, weeks, and prices are firm at from 19s to ,'Breadstuffs!-I-Flour is :firimn at ,? ?3ifor s~uperfine, and the deman d is;'activ...
QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
QUEANBBEYAN. . O:c)i?c;`infor;; titn id b?aisbbenireceived from the Presbytery of Gohulbuni tlaa'the call in fa.dPYt t}iPR-'Rd~ ~I-A? St~el;M,'A.;to-th-e pastora=oversight of the church in this dis trict has3 eiien suistainiedl and that, tlie :rev.' gentleiran's ind?lction will talke .lace: o n Tuesday, the i4tli iiistaht, i 'S t'Stejlieri's Church, Queanbeyan, at .elever a.m. ,The Rev. Robert Jackson of Yiss;'Mbderatoi- of the Presbytery will preside; aifd-Tli "ReiV D)r Steel?f?t Sdine will 'assit. TIi~lias beeni inmtimaed tlat Dr.§teejlwill prea'chin one or two of the churches in the distrit, and de liver one of his popular ,lecturies,,duirgh ii visit. For ottie timie pastrthe deep creek spanned by the lridge atthei jurIction of thle Bunigen-' dore and Gunning roads at the east end of. the',ptown' has.been encroaching-'oni-to:the approiacies towairds ,tlhestructure named, whici having f?no'&lt; side -fnces is nowi?iarn extremely dangerous conditionifor persons passing over...
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
DDS ,.. . .. ENDS 'AN' oldd man named, George Ross,; aged 56, wis l3rotigl'i t 'iiti'cCudgllico on Monday last inia ii'"st"vd'eplborablec chdition;, hiavi bgeen found in the bush by?two travellers."'It appe ri the poor fellow lihadset his csmp and turned in for the.night wvhen ,he was taken witli.h rheumatic paiins, whliic delprived him of the use of his limbs. --In this helpless state he reniained exposed to=thefrost aiid we'dfther for ifour rdays 'aiid nights 'witho?bt foo0d aor vater. IHe is recovering slowly. I 1The .Evenlingg News 'saysa; odri'Thursday- During tlhe hearitig bf arguments! this aftei noon ine the Supreme Court bn th'e miotionr foi a new ,frial'in''the libel actidn 'against the Bulletin his HoIndor :Sir Wi-lliamia: Mannii~g observed incidentally :'thatF hle .was dis saiisfied 'ithithe v'erdict"of the ji-)r. ':"' SAt ,, meeting of( the MAlbiury MUlifiiipal Council on Wednesday last it was'' decide'fd to ask the; Gdvernmenittbto' emliininia:' 's'veral costly feattur...
BREVITIES. BREAD has risen. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
BREVITIES .,'.,. :,,,,, BREAD. hasirisen.'.is ' -.*r ·si nl l i B;';,".i ,i&lt;.?:I.:i The owners of vehicles running to and from the Goulburn railway" station, have decided to slightly increase the fee. . * The court has been crowded -withspectadtor, during the Quarter Sessions'ii Goulburni.,,i The Clergymen of New South Wales that hads beehn attending the_ conference, in" Ade laide passed through Goulburn yesterday.:! h1i It was snowing at Crookwell yesterday afternoon, with every appearance of a heavy downfall. .'', 'uL. i '!,!'. !i, Captain Garrard is blamed by th 19Mariii ? Board for the wreck of the Tararua. Goulburn boasts of 27 hotels and nearly 40 stores, and we say advance, Goulburn ! The ex-Mayor of Melbourne is'seriously ill. The Russian Government have beeii"- de' tected in placing spies in several Europeani' capitals to watch the- movements of the Socialists. Further riots have taken place in county ,Tipperary;,^!-i.''; ,(.r(U .?f: " : l.'. n- :., .-. ,? Six pe...
Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
D ,.id.you ever,make any inquiries. of ..Bet GuytnJ as,, to' her: visitors ?! demanded :Dr. Bennet. . . , . ;. , . .'I did,;replied,the sexton, but it wor. all of no, use-she, only called me a fool for., my lpinsj ,denied ithit she, had: seen; them, and swore Ilwor,drunk! i But she;didn't: deceive mei'; addedithel;old man;. I icould see: she wo.ira lying all the. time! ,Perhaps- if. your. honour wor to, try, you imight ;get:the truth out of, her-she has a great respect for you !' , O", (I;!j h idear, no, !W: .Vhy; should I take so mnuch trouble-about a matter,. which, after all, doesnot .concern me?' ,exclaimed.the., physi-. ciany . 0 .c3o.2, : ." - . . .: a ... . His ,visitto?looked terribly annoyed : it.was the second .occasion .on which .,he had i.been disappointed-in· eliciting the real 'opinion .of the speaker:lwhen he consulted;him.? .:,..:..,;; Mike shook his head, and muttered. some thing about want of confidence and close ness. . ~ : : ' Really,' :said the gentleman;i, I ha...
FARES FROM AND TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
iV wP AES FRenOM AND TO GOULMERY r Albury, 54aand 36s Gd B:?e.?huifgra, 30sg Od:. ad 21s..: .. Bii~al g17n. 'ind 11e.~ Gd. iBh~ibing i 15; and t0o. S: Bwral. *si . 9d, . and 9s. 6d. ~B~eadalba~ne 3e. 5d. aind 2. d. 1 Oieraipbel1town,23s.and15n G.d. " Carricic, 2a. 9d aid 1: lid. S:Coota3iidi. a 27s. 3d. dnd'l18s 3d. Ondaiern, 4a1 3d .ad 33 Gd: -Ciiuningar, 20s. d, and 14s.. 3d. D:oigla.a.. P Ork?O,, Gd. and 14s. Feil' Roveeh G. Ga3d 8 and 4a 3d 11 G"1'dMnnafdg' , G2s'4d. andla. 9;d G.ro.! ory 3l'an . and 3d 2'l Gd, Guni '. iig; :s.: and 49: ln. . d : Ho: b: " i hm 8, 2and8s Gd. , J! o ? Fra"?a?i'i. G1a G d: 6a.d G :''. Jordandy Croneeno, .? and 9s. h- IJneee ,33of e.ie~d 24n.! : Li)Vg?e p ool, 25), 4Gd. and 1i7s. d 1Wnnahlda , 23s.9d and Is. d IMarila, 4l . 7d.:and 3s. 2id. " e ?liit 1s. .218. Gd. 3ndl4o. 'd letta : 'gib 3a. and 9 . Mdoaavhale, lie. jend 7s. Gd;1 urrumbl rabiliumi h 21s. Gd. and l4 . Gd ah Parramatta dunction, 27e 3d. and 18s, Gd * Fientin, 18s. Ga; and 12e. G9d si~...
The Countess of Beaconsfield. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
t The Countess OF Beaconsfleldi IN the sloi but certain passage of th!11 deep gulf' which 'seplarated the literary danidy from thliesober and sedate, though still brilliaiLt and audacious Chancellor of the Exchequer, Disraeli wa 'greatly assisted by liis clever ai'd: Ienergetic wife. :'Sihe had'the strongest affec tion'and the most -unbounded -faith in the 'husbind' of.her choice, for there .can be no 'dbtulfthat her -?llidnce 'with 'Mr. Wyndhsnm Lewis wvas 'a' mere marn age'' de cinvenance.' A.proof "of -the strengthof :her .affection Xvas given onr the aifternoon'wlien, as Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Disraeli 'had to deli ver hisfirst budget speech." "She 'drove with him' to, the. entrance' .in Westminiter Hall. wlhee' he hlighted; -He stood. talking to her, with one hand on thle hanidle of the carriage door, while with Ihe other he wairmnly'graisped that oflhis wife.e :She was' saying some en couraginig wordsaotibo t thesjiechli- which lih haS to i:delilver that evenifig, 'w...
Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
Telegraphic Intelligence i F[ROM OUR CORRESPONDIE'RS.1 SYDNEY, SATURDAY. TENDERS ,are being called for landing the cargo of the Queen of Nations. ; Special officers will be sent from Sydney to thecountry to assist the Government in pre& v'enting :tlie wholesale destruction of timber caused by ring-barking... : The prosecution yesterday under the Act for the Suppression of Betting-houses resulted in the conviction of'H. O.'Paton !of the Carl' ton Club Hotel, who was.:sentenced to pay ten pounds, with costs. the wreck of steamer Claud Hamilton, but wants confirmiatibn.'.,'\ "
Trickett v. Kirby at Southampton. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
* yoTrkett virly at Southiampto.. TRICKErr .has at last managed to win a boat-race in England, says the correspondent of the Melbourne Argus. His opponent was one Kirby, of Southampton, and the match was for £zoo aside, in what are called coast boats-boats, that is, not to.exceed a8ft in length, slides and swivel rowlock to be optional. The weather was very bad, the wind blowing half a gale. from the east, causing terrible waves, which threatened a dozen times during the race to swamp the boats of both men. Kirby is.a sturdy man, about 29 years of age, and quite a foot shorter than Trickett. There was a very large number of spectators. Betting ruled at 6 to 4 on Trickett, but the rough weather caused many to take a point less, and at one time the local man was as much supportedas the ex-champion. At the word "go" Trickett seemed to stop after rowing a stroke, as the waves bothered him terribly, and as Kirby went digging away on his fixed seat he soon lead by nearly 50 yards. This he...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
WE.are gla'd to"notiCde th?i he settlers in one of the districts of the colony have at..last awakened to a true sense of their position; and are going to speak out on the question of establishing " Model Farms;.' and we hieTi'eo::dotibt : that other. .districtsi'once the initiatoiy step is'taken, will follow in the same course, and soon the agitation for the establishment of, experimental farms will--be come general throughout the colony. The district irfenrred to Bis Crookwell. The Progress ':Association at thlat place have called a public meeting for:Saturday next, to consider several :matters of importance to the districto:fie of thlei being tl e ,,est'blish ment of a model faim." ; On several occasions.during the past eight months ve .have pointed out the advisability of "tes ' farIs' becing e-stablishedain the varii6us 'ceiitres odf' -gricuiltuir'dl: districts,~aiid have.advocated. the esft'blishment.of, such j and h-iv 8als vised the friimers i eey district of th?co;ilnc1y ti'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
:"' ': LEICESTER'S"? Post - Office Hotel. rpHE Proprietress having taken the above Hotel, , , ' opposite Belmore.square, and h he same thoroughly renovated and furnishedi/ro hbout, is in a position to offer accommodatiod c1al if not superior to any other house in townu; utd hopes to receive a share of public patronage./ . GOOD STABL1NG, and an E OM. always in attendance. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATh. OYSTER SUPPERS Every Evening. F . WORCHURST : PROPRIETRESS. LAKE BATIUIRST HOTEL, TARAGO. . GEORGE MILLE PROPRIETOR. IiRST CLASS ACCOMMODATI fo p sea ..,'. families. Buggy provided to convey visitors o the L ko. Boatin attendance. .;-Saddlery anti arn s ork Carried on in all its branches as in Goulburn formerly. GEORGE MILLER. NOTICE. To thle Inhabitants of Goulburn and the .v,: :Surrounding I)istrio H AVING COMlMENCED a //U/r CHE ING BUSINESS in' Clifoat ect, i the premises lately occupied by Mr. . Taun n, we kiridl':: solicit a share of ryour patrHnso and support. We have always on hand ...
SATURDAY, June 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
SSATURDAY, June 4' I8 ':Beforie:Mri Voss. :.?.c, l:::' 4 r.': '; Johi ? ialtonian old mnan' about 75 yers, was * biouglit up chaiged auit. suipicion i of beili of unsounid minid 5 Heniary Traicifs Hartley afariini d sed thliatf'alt'bio h'ad be'eie residin g'with' himi:' for y7 years heaili.d bee keeping liiin tdifitf 'chfrity -latel, ..and: was aatlthe piesent tiiife iica0pable of lookin?g after liifniself," aiad re qliiired cobistint care, hle :ekelievdiliini' :to ? "ci a?aiky;" but perfectly liharmless.. .: Dr. Carroll gave evidence to0thle effect'tlait he had examined the :defendaiit,'~ aid; foiliid himn stifferinig fro?n debilityl 6ohf md and body,; ind ias an inbe~ile,i andd fit sh ubject for an' asvlum.. 'Oidered to be sent to the gaolholspital for iedincal treatmet till'Moidayt niextl ':-',
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
tiOULBURN POLTCE COURT BEFORE: Messrs. Voss.andiKing,,i,: : n -:...;. : T1 homasi:Dunn, for rbeing drunk, was cau ioned and discharged.;, . ; :Alfred Jonesi for :a similar offence, was fend 2os.;bor 3 days' imprisonrisont? ,.-ieant . . SA' transfer of;the license of AnneMdcInnes for (the ! Robertc Burns! Hotel wias.:made::.to W'illamClairk. ," - :'.i pi , .
The "Bulletin" Libel Action. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
ir ' the Chillef Justiinln and Orlield ik .hsihaliy a wnobfo th'etr Hon aod Mr.Justice Wlndey'eranappihcition for a flea trial aismae b SaloonsQC, in h o iean aWl erM is iv Haynes and another ~ aUoiens, Cto '.d M r Pilchei, instruddrc? 1- s, Slattery 'd Heydon, appeared for, "essrs. aynes and: Archibald ind?rMirJ..'Cf YiIRnn in... stiruted by ir. H."Heron appeared for Messrs Moore Brothers. Mr. Salomons applhed fr a rule nisi onrthefground tat the thiree co plete copres of thefBulletin- containing the anmus of thepap.er.'Tlhe thi"ee pa'rgraphs' ad ben eptlinb, ahd he sumitte l thg tl, jrest oftlhe pape shudntb pt n iDarley; had reil 'iiYj t'ro thr 'me pentitled, ' R mace t D ii P idiihe recent n ibel pa~ioragr b !.Rb's aans h been • • ~,- aC. ? ! • ?;r.;l H: i, '.;? .... r ~,., a? ,,, (MiDslidifaisp~iftei8'e ii t dnhis cn th' pa. Thee st thre to showgt hadbeend pth e pan erwsubtedtuatu tse, mt eras th e subtecte apero and rthi he.(isSlo~monQ. contended coldnt be fllwf'A~dlgoi d p in...
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881
l CABLE? 'MESSAGES. ; .' S' From Sydriey Daily Papers, ; ; * ; LONDON, Junei. :: THE, dispute that has been for some time pending between England and the United States Government over the Fortune Bay fishery, quarrel has been amicably settled. The British Government pays to America the sum of A£15,ooo as compensation for all losses alleged to have been sustained by American fishetman through their having been .forcibly prevented from fishing in Fortune Bay by Canadian fishermen. . The Derby of i881 was run for to-day at Epsom, and resulted in a victory for the American horse, Iroquois, Peregrine being second, and Town Moor third. Peregrine started first favourite. The result is as fol lows :-Mr. Piere Lorillard's b c Iroquois, by Leamington-Maggie, i; Duke of West ininister's br c Peregrine, by Pero Gomez Adelaide, 2 ; Mr. John Watson's b c Town Moor, by Doncaster-Euxina, 3. In consequence of representations from the New Zealand Government, it has been de cided to hold exhibitions o...