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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881
~8Wantcd, A DRESS.MAKER./ O. FURNER SONS. SW: esu. A GD GENERAL\ SERVANT. Apply . MANDELSU0 , Auburn stre~. R Wa tel. NERAL SERy ANT. Apply M~RS. A~ EBBER, Graftonstreet. BVanted, A GO$ 9 GENERAL SERVANT r/Moss VaZ )Apply by letter to MRS. BRIS/ Millbroo el otss Vale. \anatei4, SYOUNG WO N as Iousemaid and to assist in bar. Aly Mysl. a . NASH, Harp Hotel. aesa ted, \. A CAREFUL LI1 LE GIRL o mind a baby. Apply to MRs. l1 HORN, ?nton.street. BWanted, A GOOD PLAIN COOK. Apply s. FINLAY, Yass Road. Wan ttsI A ?.SEMAID. ly, DICK 8 Wane, d" TBWO RSE TEAMS, a once, to cart blue n met from Victoria Quarry, Mar/ n's Bridge, to 1 section, Coo Road. , - JAMES UCKLEY, S R adContr.ir. BWocan ted, AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX EIT BOYS. 2 CHARLES GILLESPIE, bn. COMPETEN ~ PARLOUR\IAID. Apply A at Thomas' H ~ele " Wanted, EIHIT OR NINE SMART BOYS ap tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factory/ p WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-street. . W TAITED TO S LL, a Bargain, a SECOND. E AND DI NG-ROOM SUITE...
Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881
T'revanian I! The bridal party had been some time seated at the table of the hospitable and benevolent man, when his old housekeeper entered the room and informed him that his presence was required in the surgery. Her master saw from her manner that something serious had occurred, and, ever prompt at the call of humanity and suffering, rose to follow her. ' God bless him !' exclaimed Charles, as he left the room; 'he is the poor man's friend I Dear Therese, how nobly he vindicated your conduct in the church I How his words must have confounded your enemies I They will never dare to:breathe a word against the purity they have outraged again I It- would be a blasphemy, 2 alike- against truth and heaven. His bride smiled faintly. She -shared his gratitude td herkidefehder,r:but -iot his con fidence in the result;,&lt;Bitter ekperience had taught her that-slander, if it has nbt the heads of the hydra, possesses at least as many tongues-for e'very one that was silenced, a dozen w...
Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881
Telegraphic Intelligence [FROMI OUR CORRESPONDFOOS.1 SYDNEY, SATnURDAY. AN Apostolic letter of Pope Leo's has been re ceived from the Holy See by Archbishop Vaughan in which the Pope proclaims an extraordinary Jubilee, and is published in to-day's Herald. The heavy rain continues this morning. The gale yesterday has not affected the position of the ship Queen of Nations, and it is believed she will hold together for some time yet. The steamship John Elder arrived at Adelaide yesterday. The Mayor of Sydney intends giving a monster picnic up the Parramatta River on the 14th instant.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881
VWE can now with confidence refer to the establishment of a Meat-slaughtering and Freezing Company in our midst; and from the geographical position of the country, backed up as it is witlh some of the finest :pastoralestates in the colony,:we can cotifi dently expect tliat the company's.efforts will be crowned with success. .:We must admit that, the public of the Goulburn' district 'are "slow: to 'enter into a speculation thlat has any appearance.of a risk t a'll: attached 'o ':it; bit i ::tihe ipresep?t instalice the risk is materiallyessened by thed facttodf beinig in:' posessiori of'tlie fll work sng ,scheme; wvith its re'ul'ts, 'obfa simil.r coni pany to the one proposed at Orange.:" : "W)'e can pronounice the Goulburn Fireezing, Company to be as good as established; arad ': 'lace at' the 'names of the proyisional directbrs will sihow thliat they comprisemimate rial fior selecting?h really first-class diiectory: :from, the electioi for:whicli wiill takle p?lce so soon as the req...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881
Australian Mutual Provident Society1 ESTALISHED 1890. THE OLDEST MUTUALLIFE OFFICE IN AUSTRALIA. -- :Head Offolee 87, Pitt-street, Sydney. Directors : The Hon, J n S ith, C.M.G., M.L.C/Chairman. John . Go clet Esq., D)eputy.C airman. .Isaao'E. I es e . I Robelor J. King sq. S. A. Joe ph . . G. A Murra se. hief Medical Ofr: rV. F. .lackeoz ,;L. .C.P. (Edin Actuasry : Secre ry: Mo rice'A.B elk, F.I.A. Alcxandcr J. lIalston. HE new buseiocss of the Sear 1880 comprised 6551 POLICIES, assuring £2,181,258, and producing a new annual premiumn income of £72,850, being the largest amount of new business over transacted in a single year BY ANY OFFICE IN THE BRITISH DUMINIONS. . "Assirancesois force....;........ .........£16,500,000 Annual incmo.........................' 760,000 Paid in claims .................. .. .. 1,400,000 Distributed as bonus in cash ........ 916,163 Accumulated Fonds-- . TBREE' AND A' HALF: MILLIONS Sterling. IF YOIT WANT. ~·.' EAP AND GOOD Glass, Earthenware, &...
SATURDAY JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881
SATURD. AY JNve 11.. Before Mr. Voss. Mary Tohnson was brought up charged with vagrancy. Plea, not guilty. Constable Wheally deposed that he arrested pri soner yesterday afternobn; she was.then.in a state of drunkenness, aizd was lying in Sloanestreet ;he hladnkiown her for three or four months, and she had in his opinion nio lawful means of support; she had been before the Bench on several former occasions for similar charges, and had been con victed on two of the same. " Conivietel arid ordered to be sent to gaol for two .months with:hard labor. Thomas O'Dell was charged with using obscene language. Plea, not guilty. Constable Drummond proved arresting the priso ner last evening in Auburn-street; prisoner was drunk a: the time, and the language he made use of was of a very disgusting type, and unfit for modest ears to listen to. The prisoner having been brought before the court and convicted on four former occasiois, the bench coovictcd him and he was ordered toepay a fine of £3, ...
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 June 1881
lOUIbURIN POLICE COURT. VEDnEsDAV, J LINE 9. J3,IEOnRE Mr. Voss.. Williaiii' Brooks, an elderly man was brought up charged with vagrancy. . Constable Whealy pr6ved that -defendant had no means of 'support, and had been loitering about the town for some time past., Ordered tobe sent to:gaol for a month and thie medical officer's attendance be 'called to the case. A;Stranger was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Constable Cochrane and Senior-sergeant Fenton proved the case. Defendant stated that he was a farmer and had been surrounded with a lot of larrikins, which caused him to be disorderly. . Discharged with a caution. Two men for being drunk and disorderly were each fined 2os and is. 6d costs. Constable Cochrane and Senior-sergeant Fenton proved the cases against them. SThe fines were paid.
BUNGENDORE. SMALL DEBTS' COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881
BUNGENDORE. (Frome our Correspondent.) ; SMALL,,DEBTS' COURrT.: ? BEFORE .J. B. Burke and W.' F. Iutiledge Esqs. J. Donoghoe v - Heath.-Goods sold, 19s '4d.. Johni Donoghoe deposed : My wife keeps the accounts. To defendant: The goods you got were from my wife. . .I . -Mrs. Donoghoe deposed : I produce a bill of what..goods defendant got from me (the items ,were here read out and compared with bill); I swear that defendant got those goods. To defendant: All the articles charged in the-bill.were got by you. '. . J. Heath deposed: I do not owe the amount charged in the bill by plaintiff; I did not get any' other repairs done at the black smith's but the one pick. Case was adjourned for half-an-hour; to allow of a witness being called. D. Leahy v. J. Byron.-Settled out of court. .Rogers~ v. Murphy.-J. Rogers deposed : TIhe' defendant's stock have been trespassing on me since the ioth of last.October; I have sent, defendant notice several times:: bf the stock trespassing regularly; I sw...
Trevanian! CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881
CHAPTER XII. BEFORE the agent quitted his home, on his expedition to Farnsfield, he left strict.di rections with Martha how to conduct herself in his absence with his clients-as he termed those who employed him in their nefarious designs : she was to represent him as indisposed to some; to, others she was merely, to state that he was engaged. With her usual meek submission, the poor creature proromised to act as he desired; it was-a relief to' her to be left even, for a few days alone. ' How sad must that 'heart' be to which solitude is a pleasure; her, mind, na turally pure and loving, revolted at' the life of infamy; her father led-for she was no stranger either to his pursuits or character. With his usual cunning, Peter Quin did not even give the 'agent whom he employed in the abduction of little Fanny reason, to suspect his intended absence from his home': although trusted'by many in concerns .whidch affected not only their. honour but 'thein lives, he himself trusted no one. Fo...
Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881
re T graphic: Ynteliigence [FROM% OUR CORRESPONOi .1 SYDNEY, TUESDAY. THE Fish Company have decided to abandon the retail business and will now engage only in the wholesale trade. Sir John Robertson and the Minister of Works will start for Grafton to-night, and during the passage will make a call at Trial Bay and examine the proposed works in connection with the harbour of refuge. The Marine Board have decided to proceed with the inquiry into the loss of the Queen of Nations on Thursday next. A commence ment was made yesterday in landing the cargo. At the Homebush stock sales yesterday 1350 cattle were yarded of middling to prime quality. Best beef averaged r3s. per cwt. Sheep, 6300 were penned, fifty pounders from Ios. to Ios. 5d., forty-four pounders 8s. 6d.
[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881
[REUTER'S TrELEGORAMIS.] LONDON, MONDAY. A. DEPUTATION of Loyalists from the Trans vaal 'have arrived 'in England, with the object of laying their grievances before the govern ment. The interview will take place in a few days. The following diplomatic changes are an nounced :-The Hon..S. Kest,. Minister for Madrid, to be Minister for Washington in succession to Sir Edward Thornton, who has been transferred 'to St. Petersburg; D. Mooirer, the:Minister. at Lisbon. to be: Minis ter at Madrid;' Sir L.:Wyke, the Minister at Copenhagen,. to be Minister at.Lisbon. Twelve Italian gentlemen, engaged in an exploring expedition to the interior of Egypt, have:: been massacred by the natives; no cause.is assigned for the attack.
TUESDAY, JUNE 14. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881
TUESDAY, .JUNE 14. iBefore -Messrs Voss and. Hosburgh. One case, Si?iipson v. Donovan, which wa's postponed from Tuesday last was heard. ::: The;plhntiff sued defendant for -i 5s. Mr. Carter appeard for plantiff, and Mr. -I.:Si Gannon for defendant. Walter Simpson deposed that defendant owed him 25s. for work and labour done. To Mr. Gannon : I employed men to do the work for defendant; there was no contract made that he was to fit up Donovan's shop for O§ro; Donovan did get Bramble to do some work; I painted defendant's name on defendant's shop, painting the front of shop, and other work; defendant paid a portion of the orignial amount of the work. To Mr. Carter : The defendant admitted owing the money, on several occasions. Mr. Carter asked fora verdict for plantiff and the costs of the adjournment. The Bench made ans order for £I 5s., with costs of adjournment, and 5s. court costs. Mr. Carter:applied for a publican's license on,behalfof Thomas Cook for a house at Towrarig, to 'be....
BREVITIES. LECTURE to-night. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881
BREVITIES. LECTURE to-night. ., I 24,936 tons of coal were exported from' Newcastle last week. The Turks and Bulgarians are fighting at Macedonia. The lecture by the Rev. J. Studds this evening promises to be well sattendedi fr;inm all We can hear. There seems to he a slight inmprovement in the store cattle market, esj'ecially where thea animals offering aireat all well framedi=', The. handball contest between Andrew Dillon of Sydney and, William Kelly of Ham ilton,. for £50 a-side, was won by the former by-6 points . A heavy fall of snow.bhas occurred in the Bathurst district. : Thirty-five Chinese gamblers have been arreste3 at" Brisbanfe. £9o was found in their possession:. . . T" P A youth "-named A Nettle fell jfrom a ladder on :Saturday last, while employed by Messrs. Anthonyi Hordern.aid Sons, a dis tance of- 40 feet, and was seriously injured. Only:'twy hundred; and. forty magistrates were created by the government on Saturday last. . .. 0 Planting: trees;and shrubs should b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881
GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evening Penny Posi [PRINTED BY STEAM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY ard SATURDAY AFTERNOON It has the largest circulation of any paper south of Sydney, and is a first-class advertising medium TERMS OF SUDSBRIPTION: 12n. per Annucssan, or 3s. per Quarter ern Advatrsee. Any subscriber wishing to decline the paper ,must do so at the end of the quarters terminating in, March, June, September, and December, is writing, or will be held responsible for the amount of their subscription. JOB PRINTING: The Evening Penny Post Steam Machine Printin, Officeeis the CHEAPEST OFFICE OUT OF SYDNEY Job 'Printing.. Orders executed at the shortest notice. Agents Q reauboyan.... .................E. P. Longh Ciinberra ........................... E. Booth Guuhdaroo ......J........... H.J.-Ma Grath "Ginidderra ....................G. Gilleoipie-s Gunning ............ .. ...... .......... J. B oll,_l ' Dalton ..........................J. Wheatley I:zcngendore o......;..........
Insolvency Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881
S Insolvenoy meeting. Broi6RE Mr. Voss; acting commissioner. A meeting in the estate of Owen O'Neill was held yesterday. Mr. Carter made an application on behalf of several .creditors to have the, meeting at thei gaol, where, prisoner was a. confinee, as he wvished' to eximine' insolvent on several points. . Mr. Davidson "objected to the adjourn ment, contending that the couirt had no power to hold..the meeting in the gaol., Mi' Carter tlhe appllied for the postpone ment: of :tli'e meeting till to-morroiw. M.ir. Davidson applied for costs. The Acting Commissioner said he would grant the postponement on the condition that the applicant paid the costs of £; Is. Mr. Carter objected to this, and the meet ing was proceeded w'ith., Mr. Davidson appeared for the insolvent, who was unable; to attend as he-was..under going a term of imprisonment. No debts were proved,' and no directions given. - We believe that a special .meeting will be :called in this case anon.
GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881
GOUULBURN ITEMS. THE final shooting competition for the stereo scope, &c., took place on Saturday last at the butts in Brooke's paddock. Upon this occa sion there were thirty-one competitors; and the principal prize was won by Private Town send, whose shooting was remarkably good considering that he is only a " new chum " at the [business, for he made no less than 74 out of a possible zoo points. The other comr petitors' numbers, at least those who carried off prizes, are given below. Private Town send wins the stereoscope, Sergeant:Morris a money prize of La, Captain Blackshaw 'iLs 6d,.Private Robinson 145, and eleven-other: competitors money prizes ranging in amount from I2s downwards. The shooting on' the whole was good. The conditions were five shots at each range. Appended are the scores of the winners of prizes:- Private Townsend .....; 10' '20' 18" 21 15' 84. Sergeant Morris......... 12 18 10 21' 12 73: Captain Blackshaw ... 0, .16 '17 19 :.14 66 Private Robinson .......
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881
',.-*:. :?.CABLE MESSAGES. : ... (From' Sydney Daily Papers.) LONDON, June Io. Muci excitement has been caused at Liver pool by an attempt, to. blow up:-;the. Town IIall by.;meansi of; dynamite or :some other explosive substance. The .attempt: proved abortive,"'-and 'was -directly -traceable. -to Fenians, whose activity: continues unabated. Two men,;who iproved to be American Irish men, and bho' were heavily armed, .have been arrested on suspicion. ' :- - - -· .,iO..T?. .oLNDON, June iI. A jlarge ntiumber of persons who .were arrested'iinicorin'ectionri ithli'the' recentriioting ii: 'Cork weire'br~i tiht before the migistrates to-day. Fifty of the accused were'seritenced to various terms 'of imprisonment. Much excitement continu'es to prevail. . . LONDON, June It. . In pursuance of the policy .determined upbri.by the Government, the Irish Executive continues'to actively repress the agitation of the Land League. Five meetings were to take place to-day, ,but the authorities pro hibite...
To Adelaide and Back. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881
To Adelaide and Backr MR. WiLLIAM DAVIES, J;P., entertained an, audience ot:about 150 persons at the Lecture 'hall;'Goldsmith-"treet; last 'evening, 'amongse whom ?ye.ndticed:a large' nunibei of our lead-. ing citizens, with their wives and families. The'Rev.. Francis Tait presided. The lecturer gave a very lucid and detailed account of the' trip to Adelaide via Melbourne, and also a very nice description of almost every object;: of interest met with, and also the doings of: the Wesleyan Conference at Adelaide. He dwelt largely on the social institutions and 'habits of the people of South Australia, and. drew comparisons. with Adelaide and Goul burn. Very few, if any, objects of interest escaped his notice, and' although':the lecturer spoke for two hours the subject was of such' interest that an audience would "not readily tire. 'A.collection was taiken' uli on behalf of the widows and orphans. of.those ,unfortiunate geitlemen that perished by the-'wreck of' the Tararua, and was lib...
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881
ODDS AND ENDS. AN impudent robbery- was perpetrated on Tuesday last in Sydney... A gentleman.named Chapman; left his luggage, consisting of three large' trunks,"on one of the wharfs,- intending to put them on board a vessel for further tiavel." Iii his absence, however, a man came down with a van to the wharf and by the direction of another- carted away the trunks.. The. affair was reported to the police, and on Th?hrsd )'ydetective Williams tracked -the trunks and a portion' of their:contents, and apprehended three menin whose possession he found the property.-.They were brought bef6re the;Bench on-Friday, and, the' whole of the property nb't- havipig' been- traced, the bearing was'adjohirriedtintil Friday next. SBishop. Reynolds, on his' arrival fromni Englandat Adelaide was received by several clergymen and: leading members of the R'oiaah' Catliblic body, and came to town in a saloon carriage:specially'provided, and on arfival at the railway station, he was escorted to the Catlhe...