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GOULBURN QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881

GtOULBUR.: QUARTER SESSIONS. '.- HURSDAY AFTERNOON. BEFORE his Honor Judge Mc Farland. ' OBTAINING GOODS UNDER FALSE PRETENCES; Owven O'Neil (on bail) was charged with obtaining goods under false pretences -,from illiamni 'Davies: and Cp. on the; 7th :March PErisoner, who is a farmer, :pleaded not guilty, and .was defended by- Mr. Dayidson. : The Crown-Prosecutor was assisted by Mr. Betts., :.-: : The, evidence adduced was piublished in detail in our columns a few, weeks since, and the substance of the same was adduced in the present instance, and can be summarised as follows :-- - .. , Tlie prisoner, it appears, went to the store of Wim. Davies ,and: Co.; on.the iabove-; date and:asked for credit, stating at the same time that'the :total amount of. his indebtedness !wasonly:;£6 ; and,on the.strengt.h:of,ithese representations Mr. .Channon,n , a,.partner in the' firtn,.,allowed. prisoner to have ,gopds. The prisoner stated it the time that he had 800ooibushels :of wheat,,but lwhich....

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881

WILLIAM DAVIE8 & C00., Australian Stores. WINTER GOODS Ladies' Long Fur-Trimmed Mantles and Dolmsns Ladies' Half T ight-Fitting Mantles, Satin Hoods. Children's' Blacok" and Colored Mantles .. Ladies' and Childi!en's TUlsters A: A Splendid Assortment o winter Dre'ss Materimils in DRESS Black and Colored, from DEPARTMENT.' 7id to 3s 6d per yard. ___ ___ _______" ·Plushle-; Fringes, Cords, & -"Tassels to match. Ladies' Plain and' Fancy Winter Hosiery Ciildren's Stockings in all leadini Wolors . Fancy Wool G ds in great variety Ladies' :Vin Skirts in Tweed, Feli, and lder Down. An insl;ection is/n ivitq of our Wiuter Milinbry,s hich comprises al t e n srest I-- MILLINER audmostfas ion ble odels DEPARTM in Beaver, a ,O Cip, &c. Plush and C enill French Flowers. Feat rs and IRibbons in all ah den. G'' es$ White and rimean uTped Spring Gl esof all An Unaivalled Assort ent of Ties .;2'and'Scarfs - Studs, Gold Suites,' Solitaires, Silver Jewellery. § 0" We havo 'open...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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SLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881

.. , : , ?. · , . : ; . .. r . . . ..SL O P S . B, T B 'PIEEXTO'. Iwa's inot'only because there was more than -t usuall penetrating odour of tal owv,castor oil, coa, tand other smell-distributmg.articles about the to\non oiSaturdayr night,but-from. various sother' causes,l that i:a suspicion. was aioused ofi sominethiing unusuali 'occurring' among thealocal "locos." " Besides that stig gestive' tell-tale 'airomia theiP ivis- qit~i a commotion near 'the . e?.' ianic? Ih mean" directly opp{osite andc te tsdeAo humanity there was so great thtt it flowed out of the side door and on to:the footpath, compelling pedestirians towallk into the street tdoget past. Trihtiwtasn'tthal wiorst o:df it,; but for the :skl-e of comdpissioni I r'fi'otsttate tlih e .. e liAte dinner I am informied, tleie ere no repre sentatives of tlilePiess iresent;' and'judging from thel, talk aodngst thile men of ".'steam' thei.majority rof ithe promoters. of the affair thoughtit 'was best not to admit theieportfers...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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FRIDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881

- RIDAY, JUNE 3 - Before his Honor Judge ,McIFarlanid.:; , Messrs. Voss and King occupied' seats ion the bench. .i :. , .. STEALING MONEY., John Smith was .arraignedd; to answer .a charge of stealing .certain money.. from the Royal Hotel on April 22'nd, belonging to Henry Payten.. Prisoner pleaded not guilty; As this wa' the last case' on the list, when the' jury had' beeni sw'orn hisi Honor dis charged Trom duty theother jurors in attend ance. *, The Crown-PrwnProsecutor stated .the case, wylhich, has alreadyibeen. published in our columns, andwas. briefly thus :--The;prisoner was a lodger in. the hiotel -,atthe. time of; th: e robbery, and being ,arrested :on sutspicion he. was Isearcl'ed.;. :amongst(the' money, found;on him was a shilling, that had a .peculiar: mark on it, and which a: witness .would. swear. was. in,thetill the;evening previous"to the robbery.i .: Senior-sergeant ;erentpn's; evidenrice , was in' substance, that he. got foniom theprisoneri.in hisroon, on "the; 22n...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881

[REUTER'S TELEORAMs.p 3 LONDON FRIDAY. TlHc Internationarl Wool Sho v.was opened a't the Crystal Palace, yesterday, by hee Duke" of; Connautght. .m, The only wools from. Austral ttliatre at present exh7bitedare those of Sir Samuel Wilson, of Vidtorii ,iiid the Hon Pltts, of, Soiiuth Australia. The others that have ariived have nter beti' ?en' ed. 'The bulk of Austra liTi ai obl is expected in a fortnight. The a\birds 'will probably be made known in August, I, Two GOLD MEDALS awarded"?. American \Waltham Watches; the only nuedals awarded to exhibitors of watches Melbourne Inter national iExhibition, 188o. All genuine Waltham' Watches have the trade mark ' Waltham, Mass." engraved on the plate of the watch. TRADE MARK, WVALTHAM, MASs.-The" AMIiRICAN WATCH COMPANY, of Waltham, Massachusetts, U.S.A., hereby give notice that their Trade Mark, " Waltham, Mass.," is now registered in the Australian: Colonies. of Victoria, New South Wales, a New Zealand. Proceedings will be t Mln gainst any...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881

B1eiti Quaciil le Assembly ,acGt~iOcuL RAL soc TY's PAII 0N. ---ostp ed till onday ?ext On acco/it of the inclement weather l1 t night. Soublo Tickets, 5s; ng1 3s. Oa still be had from the commi ee. Oddfellows' :Band engaged. Dancing eomme ceoS at 8 p.m. Church of England Working Men's 1"itrary Association. 'p 1 etiings will be held in upstairs rn of (/ A M. P. SOCOITLY'SNIWOF LOES. M oneg-stre commencing NEXT M NDAY EVE B - 7.30. A. H. LANSDOWN, Hon. Sec. PAY IGHT 0-NI T, ~T Sout ern Buildin~ Societo, B.ETW1 N the hours f 7 / and 9. ) / PRILLIP G. MYEt, SSecretary. N.B. At the NEW OFFICE over Mr. Betts' Chambers), Mintaguc street. Stolen or Strayed, . O?N,E BAY HORSE, b nded near shoulder 'nd inor ribs. One BAY ARE, branded conjoined rshoul ..de large white patch f rump. £1 re ard will be paid i strayed, or £5 if stolen on conviction of th thief r thi ~es. JOSEPH SH 'PHERD, SAuburn. treot North. NOTI . I onse oenee of thl ISE IN FLOUR, -'BRE will be 4d. p&r 2ib. 'laf on and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881

V.Wa ted., A RE EOTABLE MEAALE s Cond A- Lundress.. Mns. H. FITZG ALD, Star H el. .1' A 00O GENERAL S VANrT. . A~y to h KINGSELL, Au rn-street i- w1a! ted. / A'STADY M·%N--e accustomed to aorses L- d Geeral U nesso. A?. pply. iW / . .t. ted, *. . AAO,, OIrL a. ne4eral Sereni.s nMos. .5MARTIN, Fair Viorw ,burch,Hiil. r ,.:., *. W i ed. / A UEABDY MAN anOOK for Single on ?aStation. Apply Wir. NAS! , WVanted, . rp ONS OF STRAW-the b ighent/e~rket S. iee given. Apply, .. . - / * -7.'OWEN FURNER &/ONS. "·Wa ete : . - APREVTIOE or -IPROVER to 0OT, FINISHING. J. ONAN, Baxt? Cot tag llemercetreet, Gonlbiku-. ----r- -- *· from 12 to 14 anurse. Apply.aioc : s. FOXLL, St. 'lda House. i WcseWntd, a GOOD PLAIN COOK. App/ Mns. 'A FINLAY, ass Road. Wa.itsed. STRONG YOUTH or SI1GLE Y MAN as Porter and to make himse or wise useful. No ne eed apply but those ib are steady" and of good character. :-OWEN. F.lR AND' SONS. Wanted. A COMPETE1NT'PARLOcR MAID ply at, Thomnas' Hotel. .... . Wante at ...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881

'' . OULBURN. ITE.MS..... ', :TaE: Quarter Sessions terminated yesterday, and we must certainly compliment hiss Honor, Judge McFarland, on: his impartiality'in every bcase brought before hhim,; anddwe would''be wanting in duty.were iwe:nt to express ithe high opinion .we :hliold of Mr.i Becktihouse' abilities:,as a barri istef ; anidfrom;'th?fe ble mnianner;in rwhich he has;conducted every:cased in i lhis:idffice ::as b rown-Prosecutori at. thd quarter isessions held ihere during tlie week leads us: to the conclusioni that he'lihis madd himself thoroughly, icqiuainted with 'eveiy)fact of :thedcases -:entiustedrto thim?tio pro6secuite His :examiiination ,ofivi,?niwtiitess. is Idof ~tfihat character that will: draivforth hi ahnswerivithl out intimidating ,the w.iitn6ss at all,l and'frodm the' speedy manneir'in whichr all the ,c'tses od thelcilendar vere :gotthrotightwe" offer 'oui congratulations to all -concerneidr l:,i. r ! SThea followving condiitiotinal purchases -were made at'the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 4 June 1881

BIRTH,             MAY 29th, at Athelstane, Burwood, the wife of JOSEPH BULL of a daughter.

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From) SUdney Daily .Papers. ) LONDON, June.3. A CAPE of Good Hope 4 per cent. loan of £2,0oo,ooo has been negotiated,at an average of 98~(. The amount was subscribed three fold. un . June 4·1 SThe House of Commons, at its rising last night, adjourned till the 9th instant, for :the Whitsuntide holidays. . : In the House of Commons last night, dur ing the debate on the Irish Land.Bill, seyeral vtolent scenes occurred. The Irish members resorted to obstructive measures to hinder the progress of the bill, and had more than once to be called to order by the Clhairman. James O'Kelly, member for Rosscommon, and a Home Ruler, having refused to obey the call of the Chairman, was suspended, under the new rules, from taking further part in the proceedings. June 3.. The question of .the influence of the Irish Land League, and its bearing on the troubles which continue in Ireland, continues to'be much discussed. It is understood, however, that the Government have no intention ;o...

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Trevanian! CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

Trevanian ! S CHAPTER XI. In one of the numerous narrow streets running in a line with the Almonry,: West minster-the rendezvous of the most depraved and dangerous characters-stood. a small, old-fashioned house, with anizon :railing in front, of. rather more respectable appearance. thah the':iest of the localit)iy. Yearsthad elapsed': since the brush' of the' p~iiifter 'had revived thl i'fad?d "green: upbii the''dor?ra'id shutters, which were .plated 'withh iron- although there as'i little in the look of the plac 'to inuceiii tle: ib elief that ;it d6ntaiii'ed anythnmg .worthy th? tlitteiition of th robbir? Th' bliirid?'in the narrow windows were dusty with age, and had any curious eye peered through. the dim panes, it would .have dis covered nothing but a table, .two.' or' thee ricketty chairs; and' an almanac pasted against the whitewasl?:hd wall Uponi the door was: d'sia6ll; jrass ilate, :oin vhich, half obscured 'b dirt ?lidd 'verdegris, was the name 'of Peteri Qiii, 'genleral a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

GOULBURN &; QUEANBEYAN Evening Penrny Post [PRINTED BY STEAM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOON It has the largest ciroulation of any paper south of Sydney, and is a first-class advertising medium TERMS OF SUBSCRCIPTION: l ,e. per Annume, or 3s. per Q iuarter ini Alvanisce. Any subsoribcr wishing to decline the paper must.do so at the end of the quarters terminating in Mlarch, June, September, and December, iu writing, or will be held responsible for the amoun of their subscription. JOB PRINTING : I The'Evoening Penny Post Steam Machine Printisa. )Oflice is the OHLEAPEST OFFIOE OUT OF SYDNEY Job.Printing. : .:Orders executed at the shortest notice. ;!i .', ,QiSean beyae.;.;;1.;t:; ..; g ,; o[g S Gunildarno ... ....'..W.. ' M51 Grath - ,GiD itid ri::... .;;;;;. . . ;. ;:'... , ll, s .- unnin dg.?i. ;, J. .,.? . ; ! ; J. Bell Dailtoi............. .J.Wheatley i.? ngendore :?.·.. M;.; ?..J, "MoJaun6tt Io ikiligt w.....E.Walsh & RII; Poliek . Tl ali...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

..Two: GOLD MEDALS awarded American Waltham. watches; the only medals awarded to exhibitors of watches Melbourne Inter naiiona.l Exlhibition, 1880. All genuine Walthami' Watches have the tr de mark ' Waltham, Mass." engraved e plate of the wvatcli.epaeo TRADE MARK, WALT IM ?. e AMERICAN \VATCH COMPA , of Itham, Massachusetts; U.S.A., I reby give notice that their Trade Mark" Wa ?am ass.," is now registered in t AustrR Colonies of:.Victoria, ;New h ales, and New Zealand.: proceedings wfll be taken agaihst any person copying or imitating same, or any vendors:selling or offering for sale watches bearing colorable imitations or in any way infringing our rights.- American Watch Company, Waltham, Mass. TMa toel,, UY, STRAW; to highest prie given. O. ROGERN Arcade, G9{lburn. Wa t"' led ' ENERALSER' ANT. Apply to as. .. LL, Auburn-str t. . stinledl, A NG WOMAN as Housemaid and to oassut i bar. Apply.Mns. W..NAS , Harp Hotel. -' ' llglllecl i -?; .... ' A AREFUL LITTL GIRL to mindaoaby. Appl...

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(To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post ) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

(To the Editor of the E vengig Peenny Posl ) S,-?I~n;' yopur issue. of?,S~t'itrda? last, under the heading. coF'!,Slops;'," a'peared some re marks about the Goulburn Drivers' and Fire m;en's Annual:Dinin~r that I cannot allow to pass uniichailreged. .: :In:the first place, the said dinner is not a public, but a private social gathering, attended by our superior officers and also drivers from Melbourney, ,Newcastle;,i Wagga, .Picton) Bathi?rt,'ahrd' Sydne,?y; and,?: cant see \h6 reasdn 1vhy}ve should rot be allowed to hold ia gathering of this sort, as most tradesand callings do, both in Goulburn and Sydneyl without being subjectt pto the impertinent re marks of an anono)mous writer in your journal Had your correspondent known anything about the matter he miust have known that a more-orderly gathering of the kind was never held in Goulburn, and I challenge him to prove tlhe contraryi? ii ?? I hitvalso to loinit out that we have held these gatherings for the last four years, and so lo...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

• Telegraphic Intelligence [PROMI OUR~CORRESPONDFNI1.1.] SYDNEY, TUESDAY. THE cargo of the wreck of the Queen of Nations is withdrawn from sale, and arrange ments have been made for the immediate landing of the cargo. 'There are I20 dentries for the Melbourne Cup,~46 for ihe Victorian Champion Race, 73 for the! Hawkesbury Grand Handicap, 72 for the Hawkesbury Giuineas, and 82 for the Great Metropilitai Stakes. :-No,English telegrams. through this morn ing. :'.t:yesterdayj ' wool sales there was a better d~emind, and, competition. was more active. Scoured reaiched z934d.0 At Homebush .stock sales, Maiden, Hill, and Clark relpot that 46o0 cattle were yarded, chiefly middling to :inferior p the qiualities of :the best ruling equal to I2s and r2s 6d. per cwt;. mediuinm ios 6d. . 5450 sheep were penned and:thelmarket was firmner-best lot of wethers brought from 9s 8d to icos Id. The-next Rifle` Association prize meeting is fixed for the week ending i9th November. j We~ather continues fin...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

:::'ODDS AND ENDSK ::' THE. :dath :is .anhountced o-`f ' M: Litftirei the celebrated :French lpublicist at thie ripe :age of. 8o years. He .was ..the.author of several critical,aid historical works."Serious riots are reported from Tipperary;, A military e' pedition hss been dispatcIhed fro Dobmlinit suppres? ..a.risg;in county ?' ippeirary.~? Glads it;oine~ :denied that it is his intentioh to suppress the Land League, or t'o interfeie: with any~of its ni ib~rdbs?? ngas th:11gft l ey "do not violate the .law Evening News, ';Augustus Windham was on.Saturday comi mitted to take ·his-trial for forging the name of Rev. G ?F. Macarthur to tivo icheues for the :amount: ofr:£i eachlai,-nd?ruttering-the same. The prisoner had an epileptic fit and hiad to be removed.: - i. :We :learn,frob i 'Temora that the Poles party washed off 30 loads for 27oz., besides coarse pieces nuggetted out, and are still puddling. Alderson and mates commenced carting on Friday.' Barnett's! fart'y? obtained rough p...

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GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

GOULBURN DISTEICT COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 4. BEFORE his IHIonor Judge Mc Farland. The following defended cases were leard: Sweeny v. Roberts---A claim for - 50 for unlawful ejectment. Mr. Betts for complainant; Mr. Gannon for defendant. ' After a large amnount of evidence was taken in this case his Honor ordered that.the case should go to the Supreme Court;.· ", Nixsin v;i Mc Innes.-A claim for:damages, £ao, for trespass of defendait's cattle and sheep. - . Mr.. Betts appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Davidson for the defendant. Archibald Nixon!s evidence w;ent td show that he was the owner of 1200 acres ofhland at Merryvale, and had a potato crop mbich? had been damaged by defendant's cattle to some extent. Mi. Davidson crossexainined this witness at some length. ' Eliza Nixon's evidence went to show t-hat she had seen flocks of sheep in the paddocks frequently. : - i":i ' -"Sriaiuel Bryant also swoioe th.it he hid seen the sheep on defendant's land. : . For the defence, Aleitlnder...

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TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

TARALGA. (Fr ". ou, orresOdee'..) . WEATHER.--Wehae ha iada good share in the gracious .slo e rs 'of rain which have recently visited the country in our time of need; and there is noi doubt bit' whitit is doing a vast deal of good. .I ? liowlibowever he.r the conmplaint. . "'It .has come.too 'late." Perhaps it has, if the prb'oductioni oft..winre. grass was the only consideratibn; but for the wheat and qther crops on the, farms, and for orchards and gardensi it is very opportune, as well,as the supply f ,water -foir the'. use. of man.and beast. ,Thiereis alw;ays sonmething to ie- tlhankfuil for it' ve only lobk at the right. side., Winter is now setting ini upon us; but with .theli exception ofi two or three nights of sharp frost, it has not been over severe . , ., SComninerial C'onsidering thel .10v l.price of :cattle and produce, our principal sources of wealth,, business continues to be, mode rate; and what little ioney liasi found its way, into this disirict is k~eipt very brigl...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

GOULBJRi POLICE COUIlT. . TUESDAY, JUNE 3. BEFORE Messrs. Voss and Alexander. : . Kate Leonard was charged with stealing some clothing, &c., the property of C. A. .iMiddleton. Plea, not guilty. Mr. Betts appeared for defendant., .....- Senior-sergeant Fenton deposed : I ar iested .defendant yesterday afternoon :by virtue of a warrant (produced), .charging her with !stealing articles of clothing and a brooch the property of C. A. 'Middleton, to :which she replied that she knew nothing about; I !brought her to the lock-up and showed her the "petticoat, brooch, &c., and she said she ;picked up the brooch on the floor; a pair of drawivers thatwere found in the box, and which vere marked '" J. J. Nolan," .she,'said ini ,reference to them that Mrs. Nolan gave them to her rolled up in a dress; I received :the articles referred to from Mlddleton on Satur day ,evening last; two; napkins among the articles were niarked with Middletonri ' . C. A.- Middleton deposed : The prison...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

-Just Arrived, - /G ARDEN SEEDS, SUITABLE FOR PIHESENT SOWI G, C ONSISTING of Peas, various sort C g, ditto ditto Cre.s, Cabbage Lett c?,'9-ory, Turnip and other IlRadish, Cauliflon r ous), Beet, Leek, Parsley, Carrot, Mn b ard, arnip, SOnion, Savoy, &c., &c., To be Sold at atrictly dne ?s These seeds are from one of the best nurseries in SSydney. A. A. KERR, . Nf Argyle Drug Store, / GOULBURN. " Selling Off at Cost Price, and Less than Costl" SENSIBLE customers are not to be deceived by such false advertising as above; but if you wish to see a varied and firsteclass assortment of *FANCY GOODS, TOYS, &c., sold at a reason. ableprofit, go to WM. POTTER'S Fancy Goods Store, JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Wood Toys and Fancy oods. FOOTBALLS! FOOT LS At any price can be procured at th abo estab. lishmsnt for the present son. In the Hairdressing ep tment Customers will be served a Mster of long standing in the first depart, rents of the trade, and wil; be se...

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