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

Just Arrived, GARDEN SEEDS, SUITABLE FOR PRESENT SOWI 'G, C?ONSISTING of Peas, various sort Osage, ditto ditto Creoss, Cabbago Let ce, lery, Turnip and other Radish, Caulifl cr (cr u , Beet,. Leek, Parsley, Carrot, M tard, P snip, Onion, Savoy, &c,, &c., To be Sold at Strictly ydney Prices. These seeds are from one of the best nurseries in Sydney. A. A. KERR, < Argyle Drug Store, GOULBURN. " Selling Off at Cost Price, and Less than Cost!" S ENSIBLE customers are not to be deceived by such false advertising as above; but if you wish to see a varied and first-class assortment of FANCY GOODS, TOYS, &c., sold at a reason. able profit, go to WM. POTTER' Fancy Goods t e. JUST RECEIVE A LARGE ASSORTs ENT F Wood Toys and noy Goods, SFOOTBALLS! 00TBALLS! At any price can be procured at the above estab lishment for the present season. In the Hairdressing Department Customers will be served by a Master of long standing in the first departments of the trade, a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Goulburn Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

Goulburn Liteary aanl Debating Society 'ti~iusua1 weekly .meeting of the above wals held orn? Tuesday evening last; and there. vas inirimpro??i½ent in ?Ithe attendance :Mr; Anderson presided ;durin the evening; tlie president, haviing gone on a visit to .Sydney lThi? u?ual preliminary business was transacted; and other infaitters in cionnection with the lightifig'6f :he room during the 'winter months with a fire, discussed.' .Four gentleminen were nominated for membership, and Messrs. A. Blacklshaw aidF. .'Charles introdtiued t? the society. 'ilhe'ispecial and most' interesting business set apart for the eveniiig (tliheread ing of contributions to the society's journal) was theh proceeded-with. In the absence of the editor Mi. A. Bryson jiuni, was chosen to read the following .two very interesting papers :-On - '. Industry" by D. G. M., and a piece of 'poetry headed ":An Old Man's Warning," by Old ýTom. Profitable criticism: was ;indulged in; on the resliective merits of each.paper....

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

:GOULBURIN BOROUGH_ COUNCIL, Tsit 'egilair meeting of the above took place last evenihg. Present; the Mayor and alderman Osborne, Hawkins, Caldwell, Mc Connell anTd Taylor. The minutes of the meeting held on' the Siith May, and also special meeting were read and confirmed. - Correspondence inwards and outwards was read' iand received. The Finance Report ais follows 'iva~s read and received :-Wages sheet for week ending '7th!May,- 88r, Li'2as.; do.; do., do., 3rd June, ?i 1 16s. aid. ; J. -B.-- Salmon, salary £5 :,do.;'Commission'on X63 12s. 'Sd.,; 3 3s. 8d.; W. Sibson, salary £2 2i. 4d; do.; ' C6oiamission on £54. 22s. 9d.,;'2 '14s. Sd.; office cleaner four weeks, 12s.; E. Butler. rent,, 6 5s. ; R.: Jackson, cesspit account, 1i4 5s. 7d.;. . Boyd, on account of contract ,25; W. Sibson, store account Davies, 9s.; D. Edwards, timiiber, i3s. L. LeBreton, do., 7s 8d.; 0. Furner and'Sons, ironmongery, .. s. 9d. Total; £ 83' 8Ss. 9d. On the motion of Alderman Wombey, seconided by Alderman ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 June 1881

SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 7. BEFORE Messrs. H. H. Voss and A. Mac kellar. The following cases were dealt with: Furner v. J. Lecount; balance of £8 6s. Verdict for amount with costs. Mc Alister v. Carey; a' claim. for L"5; Verdict for amount and costs. Ty'iAdal v. Nesbitt; claim for -1 i is 4d. Verdict fir plaintiff with costs. 1Furner v. Oakes; /3 9s 7d. Verdictfor amountwith costs. The same v. Wheatley; £5 7s 8d. Ver dict foi amount with costs. ½ Cochrane v. McAlister; a claim for £a2 14s 6d for work done in the saddlery trade. ,In this case there was a dispute about thle claim,, and the evidence of several ;in the trade was tendered. . The Bench made an order for £i with costs. Cochrane v.;Bushman; a claim for xz2s 6d the amount of money paid into a Clothing Club. The defendant's evidence Went to show that the conditions of the club had not been complied with by plaintiff. The Benchy'taking this view of the case, nonsuited the plaintiff.

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

. CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. J New SLONDON, June 8. THE New South Wales Loan of .2,ooo,ooo has been subscribed twice over. Forty-nine fiftieths of the tenders were allotted at £Io3 8s., the average being £Io3 8s. Ird. The London colonial wool sales reopened to-day. The attendance was moderate, and foreign buyers were eager to operate. Prices were firm, especially for crossbreds. The present series terminate on the 4th of July. CALCUlrA, June 8. Telegrams have reached Candahar which report that further fighting has taken place between the soldiers of the Ameer Abdul Rahman and the followers of Ayoub Khan. An encounter took place near Girishk, which resulted in the defeat of Ayoub's troops with considerable loss. LONDON, June 9. A special train conveying troops from Cork to the scene of the disturbances at Schull had a narrow escape from destruction. A number of peasants connected with the recent riots made more than one attempt to wreck the train, but fortunately they...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

F ; : ' .ronL·ou0 Correopondene.) THE wveather-for' the lasts few: days has been very cold, and:onhbTuesday night last there was-a light fall of snow or sleet in town, and the hills and mountairis to the wvest.of the towni:have got:their uisual white winter's coat on their:tops. ·.I think.something ought to be done about the Manar:o railway.. It is now more than six months Since anything was said or done. While we'are idle the people of Braidwood anddistrict are holding meeting after meeting. If the people of. this district do not bestir themselves:a little more they will lose all chances ot a railway..It is as Mr. P. C. Hodgkinson said while he was addressing the electors at the last election. He said, "The more fuss you have about your railway and roads the better it will be for yourselves." Thers are four lines which the Government will have to choose fromviz.:-From Gun ning via Gundaroo and Queanbeyan; one from. near Breadalbane via Lake George, Molonglo, Burra Creek, Cooma; one...

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FORSAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

FORSAKBEN. TuE sun was shining briglhtl', There was joy within my breast, . i ,When you asked me t become your wife, " And I all my love confessed. ' "You'spoke of our future happiness; H : ow it thrilled my foolish heart I And now you tell me coldly 'Tis better we should part. Our paths now lead in different ways; 1May yours be happy, 'tis my prayer lMay yours be smooth and pleasant, S:Tho' mine be filled with cure. I':' :': know you ane another'o now- '::.':.:I know you are lost t, mein; Si; .But this fond heart, my darling, S! 'Will ever beat for thee. I will pray upon my bended knees F' 'or power to forget; " -:;I will strive to be as happy " '. As though we ne'er had met. i,. v:. lveil my heart from prying eyes, S:1'll be-the gayest of the gay; S.Nonoe shall say "there's a sorrow ".i ..Wearing her life away." Neever let her know you loved mo i. With other than a brother's love; Gua::i. rd her ever with loving care, Be constant and true as stars above. : She is happy in your lov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

PROSPECTUS OF TIE Goullmrnl !aughtering and .Ieat-Fre zing Oompany (,IMITED.) Provisi nal Directors: T. MAR DEN, COIAIRMAN, A, D. BADGERY, . A. BADGERY, P. D. BAD GERY, i. BE ', A. Mi. BETTS, J. BROWN IIILL, TrE Hov. J. CHISHOLM, A. S OclS I.HOLM, R.. O, PER J.. ,DAVIDSON, W. DAVIES, S. alANUEL,. T. GALE, J. T, GANNON, A.s F. GIBSON, G..D. HAY, W. JOBSON, P. . MYERS, WV. B. - RANKEN, C. ROGELiS, . I. SHEPHIERD. iTT is proposed to ri. a Company under the above .L. title for the pu pose of Slaughtering ad Freez. ing Meat on owne 0' accoun't, and;exporting the samne;iitureqnired, t, the English or other markets. The capital of th4 company is to be '10,000 in 10,000 shares of :Ileach, to be offered to the public on the following ter s, viz :--2s. Gd. per share Bn application, 2s. Gd. e?or share on allotment, and 3s. per-share afterwavrds at intervals of not less than ono,.monthl. :\, .tiltis intended to ot~ain Freehold Land near Gaul. burn, close to the ralway-line, with Water.Supply su...

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BINDA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

BINDA. (From our' Corre.poude2nt.) A CRICKET match was played here on the Queen's Birthday between the Wheeo and Fullerton clubs. It was anticipated that this wyould.be the best match ever played on the Binda ground, and if we judge by the players of both teams, so it ought to have been after some good play on the part of both teams, it resulted in a win for Wheeo by 49 runs. F. Shepherd captained the Wheeo team, W. Armstrong performing a like service fdr Fullerton; F. Shepherd, winning the toss, elected to go first to the wickets, and after some careful play the innings terminated for 66 runs. C. Cameron and M. Cartwright lost no time in going to the wickets to do battle for Fullerton, and it was thought that they would make a long stand; but after the fall of the first wicket the WVheeo umpire, acting disengenuously, gave two of the Ful lerton players out without cause. His unfair decision was attributed to an old grievance, and the Fullerton players then declined to proceed with ...

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SLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

SLOPS. B .D TIE SExTON.., .THE:young men of this city deserve, I thinlki: Smore, attention than :they at present rieceive: If I exclude the Literary Societies: and ,the M:: echanics' Institute, there.are no orga'niza tions in the ecityi to: provide, them with suit Sable recreation; andtliat :is a thinig that I .:believe?all willagree witli me in: saying is of' ,,paramount importance..:If .Australia. is ever to make a, name for itself in the ,world, and Sto fulfil!ithel destiny that:it undoubtedly has, the rising generation--the men:who -are:to .fill the places of the ones that are rapidly ·;passing away .---, must be studied. If we i allowdour young men to spend their leisure hours-the golden hours for those who rise them :properly-lounging. at street corners, tugging.at a briar pipe, and expectorating over *the footpath, discussing horse-flesh: and the .best brands of tobacco-or worse still, hang ing round a billiard-table.in a smoky, ill yentilated room-then assuredly, when the co...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

SYDNEY MARKETS. Trade 'diiiig 'the 'week' has been tolerably quiet, and with one or two exceptions there is very little to report. The import market shows signs of improvement. SWool.-An active :demand exists for all classes of this staple, scoured wool especially being subjected to keen competitiori. We quote-Greasy, from 73id to 9d; scoured, i3$d to I95gd; fleece, ao20d per lb.: Sheepskins.-Any lots offering meet with ready sale, and the demand being in excess of the supply prices are increasing somewhat at each ?sale. At the sale on Thursday all the lots offering were disposed of at' from 63d to 8%d per lb. Hides.-These are in demand at: from 3J6d to.4frd per lb.;the price depends on the condition they are in at the time of offering. Bones.-Shank bones are inquired for, and are worth from £6 to £8 :os per ton. Horns.are worth from 6s to 24s per hu'ldred. Leather.-The supply is about equalito the demand. We quote-Kip, from Is2d to as4d; sole, 8d to 9d; harness, is to is z3d; bag, ...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. THE following selections were taken up at the Goulburn land office ori Thursday last :_ Edwin Batten, 40 acres, Billyrambija; S. Emanuel, 40 acres, Gindary; ,W. E. Thor oughgood,'40 acres, BiwBaw;: - i:' Mr. Myers, M.P., has received a communi cation from the Depariment of Mines inform iing him that the Department hasunider con sideration the suibject obf improvements tb the Parkesbourne and Breadalbane road. SAt the Ya~ss Qiuarter Sessions; yesterday, 1MaryKI(nox pleaded guilty to stealing-a collar and pair of cuffs from her eniployer, and was sentenced to nine months' imprisonment. William Henry Francis, charged with the saime offence, was discharged, his Honor re marking-that he left the:court without a stain on his character - • i, The Rev.. J. Studds will lecture in the Primitive Methodist Church Lagoon-street, on Monday evening next, the subject being Scenes in the Reformation in England; and to make the lecture more interesting coloured diagrams will be sholin...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

COMMER.IAL INTELLIGENCE. TRADE during the week hIas been very quiet and business people are complaining; but it happens at a time when owing to the season things pre dull all over the 'colony, and com pared with other districts we think Goulburn is equally as-active commeircially speaking. Wool.-We have no transactions to report owing to the lateness of the season. SSheepskinrs.-The market is more' active, the demand increases with the season, and prices are firm, buyers complain of the small supply in the local market. Hides.-The market for these is fair, and any lots brought forward if well preserved realise from 7s'6d to ixs 6d, we have heard .of.several.buyers willing to operate. : 'Tallow;--Owing to the increaed 'demnand in the :Sydney 'markets :this commodity 'is being enquired for, andprices are firmer than they were at date of last report. Wattle Bark.-The supply is. fully equal:to the demand, and any arriving, if in' good condition, finds purchasers inthelocal tanneries at ...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

BREVITIES, DEATHS numerous. The Yass Quarter Sessions lasted less than an'hour yesterday. A large number of magistrates have been appointed by the Government. 'The young ladies of Gunnedah go in a " docker" for skating. The 97th quarterly meeting of the Sydney Municipal Council took place on Thursday last. The railway from Narandera to Darlington Point will in all probability be opened for traffic on the Ist September next. . A Mr. Nixson, of Ashfield, had a very narrow escape of being killed on Thursday last by being run over with a cab. For tunately he only received a severe shock. The exhibits of the Juvenile Association are attracting much notice at Bathurst, and are considered by competent judges to be of the highest class. There will be a full choral service at St. Saviour's pro-cathedral to-morrow evening (Trinity Sunday.) A 30-oz. nugget was found at Temora in Lewis' machine on Thursday. The youth Staunton has been committed for the manslaughter of Healy, in a fight at Botan...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

fREUTER'S TELEGRAIS.J LONDON, FRIDAY. IN the House of Commons yesterday resolutions were carried declaring that no commercial treaty would be satisfactory between France and England unless the duties imposed by France upon English goods were reduced. More rioting took place at Cork yesterday, and many people were injured. The wool sales show a hardening tendency.

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ENGLISH ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

i ENGLIS ITEMS., vWhile the Czar remains in retirement at Gatschia, tihelh iniplicable. enemies of'his Government are?as dangeroiislj'busy as ever. Rumours and reports of dar.ng operations by the nihilists in disserinating m.inifestoes con veying warning to 'the 'Czar continue to reach here.-Sunday last the .police of St. Peters burg wvere engaged in: searching for mines near Seminoffsky's Bridge, though' nothing seems to have been found. 'The social and political atmosphere of St; :Petersburg is growing thicker and thicker, and is fraught with omens of another approaching Storm. Private letters'received here describe the city as a gloomyi prison-house, where little is heard of the outside world: anid everybody lives in d:'coistant-' sat8ie 'fie ifinul" suspense:. The chief journals still appear with mourning bor: ders. A telegram f·rolu- Galway. says a' bailiff n'amed: King was seized last night by a gang of disgiised meii:ahd ioasted over a fi're until he swore.he woitdd resign hi...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

GUNNING. (From our C'orrespondnt.) AT the Yass Quarter Sessions, to day, Mary Knox, committed by the Gunning bench for larceny, was sentenced to nine months' imprisonment. W. H. Francis, who was also committed at the same time, was acquitted. One of our local butchers has been going in for improvements in the interior of the shop. Th'e fittings have all been altered with a view to making things more presentable and cleanly; and also greater convenience in handling the various articles in the butchers line for publio consumption, Mr. Grovenor's shop, under the recent improvements, and supplied with beef, mutton, pork, &c., of a quality exhibited this evening, is a model that country butchers will do well to imitate. June lOth, 1881.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

riA MBOU RNE'S NRe Winter Stock of DRAPERY C OMPRIS ES Ladies' BLACK BEAVER HATS. C AMBOURNE'S Ne Winter Stock of DRAPERY C OMPRI S E. Boys' an Youths OVER COA'rS. C AMBOURNE' Winter S ock of C EAP DRAPER C OMPRTSES Men's OVER OATS a d SAC COATS. C AMBOD R NE 'S Now T inter/Stopk of C OM R 1SES Cords, R ps, Homse Spa s. C AMBO RN E, Nex I oor to Royal lintel, CAN supply you with B L N KE T 5, LA',E, C URTAINS, Chintz, Cret e, Calicoes, &e. List of 1ubscriptions /OWARDS the f nd now being raised for the JL support of the WIDOWS and ORPHANS of the WESLEYAN IINISTERS lost in the s.s. "TARARUA." Led Mrs. F. Tait ............ 5 5 0 Mr. W. Davies .......... 5 5 0 0. G. Furn ......... 1 1 0 W. Lane............. 1' 1 0 J. Brownhil ........ 0 10 0 T.O'Leary ......... 0 5 0 E. Butler ..;........ 1 1 0 J. W Worn y..... 1 1 0 W.S. Foxal ... .. 10' J.'Bond ;..........- 1- 1 0 Goulburn Berald ·;........ 1 0 0 Mr. C. Mansfield'........ 0 5 0 S J. Mayo sen. . ...... 0 4 6 ... L.,Railton ......

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. ",A TELEGR:AI froTm Wagga on Thursday last statas that an old blind man, who had been i maniy, years vending matches in the streets, died in the hospital on Tuesday. In the courseof discussion it was stated that the indigent patient was the parent of a well-to do persdn in tovwn. The committee therefore resolved to apply to the person in question for'costs of the patient's funeral and other 'expenses to the hospital consequent on his admission. "One of those remarkable escapes which may truthfully be called miraculous," says the M. A. Mail, "was experienced by a boy named Allan Patterson, 5 years of age, at Guildford, on Monday. While playing with some other chiildren he accidentally fell back wards into an old abandoned shaft, 50 feet deep. An alarm was quickly raised, and the : fatherof the boy had a'rope fastened round himi, and in the full expectation of finding only the mangled remains of his son, he was "lowieried:down 'the shaft:;' 'J·udge -his su?prise ,ihen,'...

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LITERARY & DEBATING SOCIETIES. (To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881

LITERARY & DEBATING SOCIETIES. (To the Editor of the Evening PennU Post. ) SIR,-As we have in Goulburn several muiual improvement societies attached .to various churches, and strange to say, noneat all upon the common ground of the Mechanics' Insti tute. .I venture to suggest, as a stimulant to their intellectual activity, and as an oppor tunity of exhibiting their comparative pro ficiyncy and affording the public some inno. cen't gratification combined with edifica tion, that these societies should arrange to hold a public discussion in the hall of the Mechanics' Institute on any given subject, the affirmative side to be opened and sup ported by two societies represented by picked members; the negative to be maintained by two other societies similarly represented. I am sure the result would be a great treat to the public, who would pay a small charge for admission to cover expenses, and any surplus to be given to the hospital, and would do some good to the young men who are...

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