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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

Church of England Working Men'S Litera;ry Association. THERE was an unusually large attendance at thle regular weekly meeting in connectidn witilhthe above, which took place last evening ri'the'large room at the Mutual Provident Society's new building, Montague street. No less than twenty-two members put in an appearance; the chair being occupied by the Venerable Archdeacon Puddicombe (presi dent). Mr. Randal J. Amos was nominated for membership; after which several niames were given in of members willing to take part in the business for next Monday week '.A.Night with Dickens." The special busi ness set apart for the eveningwas then pro ceeded with, being readings and recitations; and this was commenced by Mr. T. Bramble reading a selection entitled "The Being of G~Sd.~ Mr.A. Lansdowne came next with'a recitation, "The Day that Baby.Died;" ,hiclh was succeeded by Mr. R. S. Rtiussell reading "The Spinster's Complaint," and Mr. J. F. Meyer reciting "The Holly and Ivy Girl." Mr. F. Th...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

A?RAc of iso0 yards between J. Mc Farlane' adi' J.Sevoir came off. o Saturday afternoion ast nea :ftlie new gaol': IMr; :Spencer acted as starter, and both .men. got away. well ogether.; Sevior kept his: distance'tillabudt' ioo: yards had been traversed, when :his op o?ie'nt passed him and:came inc a win iner by about four yards. ; - . ".-"' ; ',i-,! I The case of Howad versus Bartlett oc cupied the District .Court all yesterday; fo:re nodon.'. A'' large: amount of evidence' 'was tendered, and the jury after the absence of about an hour and a iquarter returned a ver dict for. the plaintiff fo0r "26 6s. 6d.,";;.- .'; i'or somne months past a Mr: Henry ':Har per, late of Newcastle, a gentleman- of large experience in coal an'd other mines (io6thl"inr this country and also in the mother country) has been prospecting, by boring anid sihnking, for 'coal 'i the vicinity of Marulan. :For some time past little. bor'nothing was knowi of Mr. Harper's whereabolts' opnly 'itliatlhe was" seen go...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

BUNGENDORE. (From our Correspondent.)       FUNERAL--It is with much sorrow and regret that we have to chronicle the death of Mrs. Wm. Scott, which sad event took place last week at Parramatta. Her remains were con- veyed to her late home at the Mulloon, at which place she was interred last Saturday in the family burial-ground followed by a large number of sorrowing relatives and friends. The deceased lady was greatly respected by all who knew her, and has left a husband and large family.                 Wallaby Drive;-On last Saturday a num ber of persons met in Mr. Rutledge's paddock ito have a' shot at;.the marsupials that infest those parts.,' On account of the inclemehcy of the weather there were not as many. per sons aj would have been had the weather been more propitious. We are informed that .there wVere onlynine guns, and from 'the n...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

FUNERAL.     THE friends of Mr. DAVID CALDWELL   are respectfully invited to attend the       FUNERAL of his late beloved DAUGHTER, ETHEL MARGARET, to move from his residence   Mulwarree-street, at four o'clock THIS DAY,   (TUESDAY).   ROBERT CRAIG,   Undertaker.     FUNERAL. THE friends of WILLIAM ROBINSON are     respectfully invited to atteed the FUNERAL     of his late beloved WIFE, CAROLINE ; to move from her late residence, Goldsmith-street, at half- past three, TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY). ROBERT CRAIG,     Undertaker. FUNERAL.   THE friends of Mr. ORLANDO ROBINSON are respectfully invited to attend the FUNE-     RAL of his late belove MOTHER, CAROLINE ; to move from her late residence, Goldsmith-street,   at half...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BREVITIES. PLANTING season at hand. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 June 1881

BREVITIES. ?- PLANTING season at hand. 1239 persons comprise the police force of New South Wales. 12,o67 prisoners were received in the Vi'! toria prisons for the year. - . The disease of small pox has left Hono lulu. " There were in the month of April 734 'bifths' and 482 deaths in Melbourne and suburbs. A?cdase of grapes has been receiird ii India' from Adelaide in good and perfect order. Sglhe subject of ring-barking is causing a considerable:amount of interest.just now:by2 selectors. Favorable accoirits of the mines' in the northern territory are being received;. yictgria- boasts of havirig 22 gaols, 20o7 attendants, and expends £56,594 to keep suchcinLorder.: ... :. iA -man named. George Brown was acci dentilly run overi bjr Fagan's mail: coach.on the Blayney road on Friday last. His arm and thi'e'e ribs were found to be broken. 0 27,o48 tons of coal were exported from Newcastle last week. ,A,man named Howard was found dead -t Bourke last Friday, lying on the ground.be hind his...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evening Penny Post [RINTEiD BY STEAM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOON -It has the largest circulation of any paper south of Sydney, and is a first.class advertising medium TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : 2es. per Asmueun, or 3s. per Quarte, .ti AVtsivstce. Any subscriber wishing to decline the paper tiust do so at the end of the quarters terminating in March, June, September, and December, in writing, or will be held responsible for the amoun' of their subscription. JOB PRINTING : ih'e 'veitug Penny Post Steam Machine Printtn,. ioe is the CusAPESST OFF.OE OUT OF SYDN?Y ib Prinitinig"" :.'.Orders; :xecutedtat the shortest notice. Ag tits, Q: .Qesubeysa . ................ E:; P. iLongh " ai ber .... ............. ....... .i B Mt,.. (nisula'r0no : H... . .. M?' Gratli ;t ini,,dera .;Uillespie . in a .i. :. ....g.. :. ::J. eMll 'I niigesidore '.. .... .:J.. HMoJaennitt ". ?l skiigwn.b..e.E Walsli &I.'R.Pollockt Tralga... '' ... J. W...

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Selections Referred to the Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

Selections Referred to thle Coommissioniier. rTHE following selections have been. referred to the commissioner for inquiry? - .;: AlfredCarpenter, 40 acres, Argyle, selected 27th April;2876...: Robert Fenwick.junior, two lots, 442 and 8o:acres, Georgiana,,selected 7th February 1876.and 2nd March 2876..,,, Denis Hannabury, (transferred tp Thomas Marsden), 40 acries,: Georgiana, selected ;on 23rd March i876. 1M1ichjWel Jorden, 40 acres,_ Georgiana, se lected 20oth May 7 87 5 . ::: :" John Joodainunior (triansfeirred.io Cather inme Mayers); 40 acres,; Georgiafina, selected 6th Septeimher -i877 : Edward James e Kenniy (transferred' to Robert Cowley Cooper), 999 acres, Argyle, selected 2nd Novemiber i876 . Maitin Lyons,; 4o0 acres county Argyle, selected xi8th'July 878 ?: ' Margaret Skelly, 40 acres, Argyle 'selected 23rd Sept. 1875: ..... . .. . ,: , David Toole (transferred to John' Toole), 50 acres, Georgiana, s'elected 3dth March -876. . Thoimfas Hinds, ioo acres, Mfurray, selected 2...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

IiOULBURE - POLICE CO URT, *N W5idNESDkVY, JUNE;'81 BcFORE. Messis.. Yoss.. and King and Dr.; Thomas Dunun .and Alfred.. Jones were charged wi'bli.?' iig'inkdatif disorderly. .OwenBroderick proved.. .that .defends ts went to'his licensed' h6use 'ahd call?' tdrinhks ;h ad: some'?words, and; one., of, them knocked him downandithe other pushed him. The sapme.prisoners ,wvere then charged with assaulting Owd• Broderick. Plea, not guilty : '` i ` . '. Senior-seirgeant1Fenton deposed that a little after'7 hast"evening' a person 'gavehMini some information, and he went to Broderick's Ii in Clinton-street anid saw prisoners in the bar, anii' a'cdimilainttwas:maderby Mr; Broderick that the prisoners called for drinks and re fused to pay for them ;.he said he demanded money-fromn them and told tiem thley should not leave till they ?lad paid'; Dunn caught him~by the ,rist and threw him downi on somie casks1; the.other prisoner shoved him about,; vitness then sent for a constable, whv wlhenii;....

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

Trevanian l Peter lireatlied a sigh 'of satisfactiori-for he began to.fear that he had overshot. his mark by the exorbitancy:of'his demand. I''The'sumtyou name must include every thing !' observed the stranger. Ž'(U .,'Everythingl',.i..':1 . ij, r aIWI 'And you engage to'provide-respectably, of course-for the 'chil???' r,,Yes u ':. 'JM.,.,iA:;1 '.',-,;,V5:. ,..-?? ,A How is it to be paid??'l ., Five lhundred do6vn, and five lhundred a week after the" ab'diucti'tona'nswered the agent,'afterapause.' "Iysayaweek; ecause it may not be quste convenientyforg youtyto visit me sooner; bui i'it must not excedd'that term !' r 'T}: ,i' ,' - -'r" -- t, SWhat ifit s?it rould ?"., The,. child,' woud 'reestored to its friends, and the first five' hundred, consequently, might as well have been, thrown into the Thames 1, " . The bargain of infamy aid crimeie was struck. Before leaving the? houise, the man, whose manners and language so ill, accorded with his appearance, counted down upon the desk of...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (Abridged from the Age). T'ieRE is a considerable amount of sickness in and around town at the present time, chiefly amongst children, and of the scarlatina and low fever types. In consequence of the Rev. R. A. Steel being unable to reach the district on account of the state of the weather, there was no divine service at Queanbeyan or Canberra on Sunday last; and although the services were not announced, at both places many persons, not aware of the rev. gentleman's unei?pected and unavoidable absence, congregated to hear him, much to their disappointment. SThere is some talk of getting up a tea meeting in connection with the forthcoming induction- ofthe Rev. R. A. Steel; and if the affair is considered practicable annouhce in'entto that effect willibe made through the press. A`' special meeting for proof of debt in the estate;of"Janies Bell, of Burra, near Quean beyan, will be held at Queanbeyan on Friday; ioth instant; SConfirmation of Parish Roads.-A Gazette Aotice'co...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

GOULBURN 'ITEMS, MESSRS. Barry and Davis announce by ad vertisement elsewhere thatfthey have pur chasedithe business, &c., of Mr. H.. C Pratt of Sloane-street; and intend to carry on the same and endeavor to satisfy all their patrons.. From what we know of the two gentlemen who, constituteYthe firm, we think we can safelyiinform the public that the business will be conducted on strictly honorable principles. Both gentlemen are known to possess good businsess habits; and such being the.case, 'wve' congratulate them on their venture and hear tily wish them success. In the insolvent estate of Joseph Wicken, a single meeting was held yesterday, before Mr.? Voss." "Mr. Betts appeared for insolvent, iWho did not wish to amend his schedule, and attribuited his insolvency to pressure of credi tors and losses in mining. No debts were proved and no directions given, and the meeting closed. We. understand that a series of monthly concerts are to be held on Saturday evenings, in aid of ...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [FROOM OUR CORRESPOND!~PiS.1 SYDNEY, THURSDAY. STEPS are being taken by the Trustees of the Museum for the exploration of the caves and rivers of New South Wales. The steamer Ocean from Hong Kong left Port Darwin on Monday for Sydney, with 450 Chinese. . The inquest at Mairickville on the fire re sulted in ,a verdict of arson against Alice Smith. .. :John Smith, a corporation workman, en gaged: in excavating a street in Newcastle, cysterday, unearthed five human skeletons encased in a sheet of bark; the bones were much decayed, but the bark w'as excellently preserved; : The ;lcality is known to have been for many years.as an aboriginal camping ground ;;Thle Postmaster-General of Victoria has addressed a: circular to the governments of the' bther colo?nies iin.reference to the desir ability of Australia fixing a universal postal union. , . At, the wool sales yesterday, there wvas an active demand. ,Greasy brought 73d. to 9d.; scoured: i3d. to. i9jd,.

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

LARRIKINS beware. . Anotlidr lon'i court day yesterday.:'. SSon ofAdam. To be inserted, youir name should accompany it Attend the meeting of the Progress Asso ciation on Saturday next at Crookwell. A`Sk'iiig Rink is about to be foirmed iiin Goulbuirn." Rifle shooting at. ithe .Goulburn.: butts. on Saturday afternoon for prizes . : : There has:been a4arigeiriuimber of tramway' accidents lately. Frosty nights aid suinshiiy diys is the rul:: ing veather.'in'Goulburnri just now. SA public scliooliis to be established at Wallenbeen. .".. The Yass Pastoral and Agricultural Sihow, will take place on the 24th August, next.-..' , The Quarter .Sessions at Yass will cot menceto-morrow. The shares of the. Goulburn Slaughteriing and Meat-freezing Coimpan' are we: believe being rapidly taken iup.' Mr.Gann oni; cniducte'd; tlcase of ms behaviou'iiitll te Mechanics Instituei,- at the police court yesterday.: ' Ring-barking is causing'a little excitement amongst the selection community in all parts,...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

ODDS AND ENDS, Fvci children were brought up at the Central Police Office, for protection, on Monday last: 'Thlieir faimily name is~ Coulter; ainid on inquiry the officer ascertained'that the mfother of the cliildrei died about twelve months since, and that the father, a baker, very seldom works at his .trade and ?whatever money he earns he sqiuanders inidrink. Coinstable Collins found them in a house at the Glebe-literally an empniity, house, for neither furniture nor food wnas there. -The :poor children must have beerin a long time without acquaintance witli soap anid water, their coverings were rags, and all, that they had had to eat was three buns divided amotng tlhe five. An order for their admittance into the Benevolent Asylum vas made. On Monday morning the male infant of a younfg unimarried vwnmain named- Mrgargiet Hill was found dead by her in bed at No.z231, Forbes-streeft, Sydney, wherei he ',:had been staying lately. The mother'of the' child, which~:.,,as three. weeks,, ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT PRACTICE. To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

SMALL DEBTS COURT 'PRACTICE. 'To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. SIR,-At the Sittings' of the-Small Debts Court at Goulburn, yesterday, a point of con siderable' interest tod suitors was.raised and not satisfactorily settled by the; presiding niagdistrates, Miessrs. Voss and ?lMackellar, In a case -Makepeace:against Carter=-it ap peared that instead -of having received the summoinis, accompanied with copy of plaitit and bill of particulars, the bare suimmons only hatd been served. Whenfi the casde as called on,;i:Mr. Betts, premising, that 'he only+ ap peared to .notice irregularity of service, ob jected that the service was insufficiert. :Upon this Mi. MrDavidson 'reliediýthat" Mr. -Betts must eitheir appar foir the defeadant or niot if the latter, he had no locus s/aldi, and if theiforimeri, his appearance waived all irregu larities in the service. "The benchi came to -io decisi6n.on the pointiat.issu;ieifid simily postponed the case till the next sitting of the couirt 'to"'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

H USENJAID. Apply, DI KS~ON' ' A. i TEL.k A ARLOR MA\P Apply to u DUNG. flIItL as' G nraiServauj MRS. :.L.c ALISTER, Bourestret.O ~Jlu. A s lIDKGSELU2 Au ru~tret W'2 ted. A GO D GENERA SERVANT, also A GI tL to mind a aby. Apply o MRS MNDEI HON, Auburn."e et. l5' auted, A _D GENERAL SERVANT nor M?ss Val . Apply by letter to MRS. B IDGES, Millbr 6? MossVale,. A UNG WOMAN a Housemai'd and to ol. sis'i bar. Apply \l . V. NAS NA arp Hotel. / A CA EFUL LITTLE PRL to mina baby.. A ly to Mas. H. HOU N, Clinto street. 15 atstt? 4l. - A GOOD PLAIN COOK, Apply Rs FINLAY, Yass Road. Wanted. T14 HORSE TEAMS, at onoe, cart blue S tal from Victoria Quarry, Marsden's Bridge, No. 1 section, Cooma Road. JAMES BUCKLEY, Road Contractor. ITauatedl. AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX o IGT BOYS. CHARLES GILLESPIE, r. `Va sttel7. COMPETENT PARLOUR MAI .Apply at Thomas' Hotel. Wanted, EIGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS Ap en --tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factor. 4ply WOOD & CO'S., Auburnastreet. Wanted ...

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CORPORATION BYE-LAWS. (To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

CORPORATlION BYE LA.WS.,j (To he Lditor of the LEen ig Pe1nny Poo Now that 'we have so maiiy licensed ehlicles pling for hire ir the ity,wiould :,it not be 'in advantige, to the citizens if the' Couincil ?ere toiiakel3e la,?S idiiig for a light :oi?e c ? ehicl. aat nightand to prevent driers fiom idri?vng into lanes or round corners, except at a walk? Yours , A &cITIZEN:., A CITIZFN

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] PARIS, JUNE 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

[REUTER S TELEGRAMS.]:. :PARIS,: JutNE 7. INTELLIOGNCE has been, received by the Government that soime native tribes in the interior of Algeria, amonigst whom much ex citement and discontent recently prevailed in consequence of: the actioni of;the French. in Tunis, have risen, and a party of 26 telegraph inspectors, engaged in :the construction of telegraph lines, were massacred. L? ONDON, JUNE 7. A IEETING, mostly composed of women, wvas held at T'Iull, country Clahre. Mr. Par niell's, sister presided, 'and nmade a speech strongly denouncing the action of the.police in connection 'with the ?recent affrays, and likewise advised a great ostracistm fof all con= stables engaged in the execution of writs against tenants. A numerously attended nieeting of Irish men and their sympathisers was held in Hyde Park.- Parnell.and othei mcinbers of Parlia ment attended. Parnell in a 'lengthy speech demanded from the government, immediately, an order for the cessation of all evictions; declaring ...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

* GUNNING. Fromr ovr- f6orreopohdrstj ON Thursday last the Star of Gunning Lodge, G iU0O F.;, held a meeting for the purpose of electing officers for the .ensuing term. Bro.; J. Bean was's electedd N.G.' and .Jas. Newman V:.G.; one gentleman was initiated and ?eight proposed. SSince'the Dalton GoldMining? Company have. ceasedto w;ork we have had nothingin the gold line, to cause any, sti?;b?hut I have been infortmed that a reef has been found on the Alton property,, in which the partyi pros pectifn'g have great faith:.. A trial sariiple has been forovirded to Sydniey:. SA man ithe employ of.f. M Christy, surveyor, miet wvith a very ugly accident a day or two since, he was using a. tomahawk with 'iicli he struck his hand, completely severing the thumb of his left hatnid; .iih the exceptibn of a small piece of.skin. Mr. Collins dressed the wouhd and the patient intends to go to Sydney. :The "Bulletin " has been exercising the minds of niembers of the Mutual I. Society liere, the whole...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

AT the conclusion of the business of the Borough Council last evening, Alderman \Vombey asked when tenders would be colled - for levelling and sowing the recreation reserve ..at,North. Goulburn; and justly remarked tlihat if pitit off inuch longer, it would be' too late. We endorse the remark about the lateness of the season, and hope the council '~wvill so alter, the resolution that was passed at the previous meeting .to, such wdrding that the money expended for the work may niot ..be thrown away,:asit certainly will be unless the land to be sown is ploughed, as we before pointed out. We may be considered S:, Iresumptious in interfering with this particu lar iwork - but as we consider ourselves thor oulglily con'versant with each and every branch of agriculture and horticulture, we speak and advise in ithe interests of ratepay ers. We should be wanting in duty were we to allowv anything to pass over which affects the welfare of. the city, and which we thor oughly understanid, witho...

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