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Arrival of the Princes at Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881

i:Arrival of the Prinooes, at Adelaide. TilE R.M.S: Cathay anchored at Glenclg at a }quarter-past 8 to-night, with the Royal princes on board. ,About .5000 people had assembled at `Glenelg awaiting the arrival of the princes, and the jetty was crowded. The Governor's private secretary went to meet them, and they landed with their tutd,i in the Mermaid; at 9 o'clock 1being greeted with 'loud" cheers 'as they walked -down- the jetty A: special train, with a state carriage, conveyed them to town. At the Northi-terrace railwhvaynstation many thousands' hlkd gathered 'and gave deafening cheers as they drove off to Govern ment. House. .The,, princes .;enjoyed' them selves very much: at Albany, and': went on. a fishing and shooting excursion. Coming over from Albany, they mixed with the passengers, 's hogaive three heairty cheers as the' princes left the `.vessel' No "special accommodation was. provided for them on board. ,?'rhey "area accompanied' by , sub lieutenant Henderson, a, messmat...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Presbyterian Band of Courage. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881

: Presbyterian Band of Courage..-: Ti? usual monthly meeting of' the above temperance society took place on Monday evening last in St. Andrew's school-room. The: attendance upon this occasion was very large, inu fact a nuimber had to:.stand-:in the porch, there not being sufficient accommoda tion' in ::the room. "The president ofi the society being absent Mr. J. :Farquhai took the' chair, and conducted' the usual examination. After -the .same.. had ;, been; dis'posed of, ',the programme for the 'eitertainment of,.the visitors;, which was an exceedingly varied: and inti&resting one, was proceeded with.: Miss A. Kerr recited .! The Mother and Her Dying Child," Master D. Cochran . The Patter of the Shingle" . These were followed ' b'y reading entitled ": The ee 'Ragged Laddie',' which was delivered by Mr. A. Crawford jun. ; and although the readirg was cotriposed and read in real Scotch, thel audience seemedi to uniderstand arid appreciate ithe saine. Mir.? Walker recited" The ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881

CROOKWELL. (From our Correspondent.) Oi.: Saturday last a public meeting was held in the Temperance Hall under the auspices of the .Crookwell Progress Committee.., . At the tim' appointed Mr. John Broderick 'took the chair, and opened the 'meeting 'byj rading thle advertisement convening :thie meeting.., The Chairman said that there were very, important matters connected with the dis trict'which would be brought'before themn for their' consideration, namely, :a tramoray''to Crookwell, a- "daily mail, aiid the establish?' ment of a model farm; and perhaps one or more' other subjects might be introduced which was of. equal importance to: this dis trict. He' referred to the. Meat-freezing Company lately established in 'Gouilburn; and regretted much the absence of Mr. G. D.' Hay,- h6o - as :connected with ..that. pro-d ject; - believing 'that if that gentlemani had been present he would have given ;them some valuable information. . The Secretary (Mr. W. F, Hendren) was then calle`d' upo...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (Abridged from the Age). SENIOR-CONSTABLE IRWIN .reported to the Coroher oniWediesday the unexpected death that morning dfAirthur, eldest son of Mr. W. Affieck, 'J.P.,'of • Gundaroo. • The :deceased' was a promising lad, about '14 years of age, and had been ailing-not seriouisly, it was supposed- olly for a day or so: On Tuesday niglht he was soiiewhat restless, but slept to: wards' morning, whent his grandfither;' who was watching by his" bedside, left him: for a fewv rimoments. On returninig' he found the lad inrtlie 'bgonies of death, and: he ýshortly after ivardsekxpired. On:' nbleing informed of th'esyiijitinii Dr. Morton':said the cause- of death was acute inflammation of the bowels, arilithat an inquiiest or post' morteim was un necessary: .Great sympathy is felt' for Mr.. Affleck ii hisi sad. bereavement. he Tl iionithly '.meeting of the Wesleyan Band of Hope, held on Wednesday night in the Wesleyan Church, was largely attended, and the programme prepared for the...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881

FROMt the high price obtained for the recent two million loan in England there is room for congratulation to,all the colonists of New South Wales, for it tends to show that capi talists in the old country have a high opinion of the resources of the colony and its credit, especially so when the fact of so many in vestments being in the market at the present time istaken into consideration. The British capitalists are noted foi-their shrewdness, and seldo0is or ever allow an opportunity to pass where there is a chance of profitable invest ienit;' and doubtless before such investments are made a full consideration of the securities offered is undertaken. The secret of the success attained'must-lie in the fact-that the, British capitalist can see in.the future that the colony is to'become important;' and the very satisfactory, condition of the revenue at the: present time has lent: no small amount of aid in :;securing this = opinion,- as'- recent events' show. T::he price obtained for ....

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881

North Goulburn Cash Store, NEXT STAR HOTEL. THOS. A. WALKER HTAVING opened the above, and btain da General Assortment of Groceries of the Best n , Those favoring him with their patro age ay ly upon receiving good value for thei outlak, l4 hi is determined to sell FOR CASH Tens at is Id, 2., 2s 3d, and 2s Gd ; and Sugars and other Groceries as LOW as any House in Town. - All kinds Colonial Produce bought.. LAKE BA.TIURST HOTEL, TARAGO. GEORGE MILL R, PROPRIET TOR. lI RST CLASS ACOOMMODA ON for pri ate lJ' families. Buggy provided to convoy visi ors to the ake. Boat in.attendance. Saddlery and Harness ork / Carried on in all its branches as in Goulburn formerly. GEORGE MILLER. WILLIAM WARDLE, N returning thanks to the public for the liberal . support accorded him during the many years he ha, been in business, wishes to notify that he STILL CARRI ES ON the 'Horse-Shoeing and Blacksmithing Business IN ALL ITS BRANCHES; and as employs None but the Best W' Ime , all who favour him with th...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881

G"OULBURI POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 13. BEFLsoRE Messrs. "I. II. Voss 'S. M:'Morton, and W. Conolly. , ,:Two persons, for being drunk and disor -de'ly, were cautioned and discharged. ::: Mr. Davidson applied on behalf of Robert 'John Shirriff for a slaughtering licenise for the Briars3at Norwood, which was :granted.. A similar application, made by Mr. David son on belialf of, Samuel Hunt, was. post. iponied :

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GOULBURN PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881

GOULBURN PROGRESS COMIIILITTEE. A iTEETING' of the above committee was held '.at Belmorie Chambers on the ioth instant. 'Present--Mr. J. T. Gannon (the president, in th'e chair), the Mayor; Captain Rossi, and Messrs. A. Lansdowne, E. Ball, and L. H. Fitzgerald. The followving matters were brouglt on for consideration: GOULBURN AND C0ooaA RAILWAY. -It was resolved that the members for the town and cbunty be requested to urge, upon the Government the necessity. for having the plans and; books of reference for this line to be completed and laid on the table of the Houses of Parliament. -BRIDGE 'AT OLD: TOWNSHIP.--It was 're solved to ask the members for the towli and county to ,press the Minister for' Works to call., for .tenders for the bridge. over the Wollondilly at' the Old Township; the money for' which was long since voted' an'dtenders promised to be called for. CLOCK AT' THE POST AND'. TELEGRAPH OFFICES.-It was resolved to write to the Member' for Goulburn to ask' the Govern men...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881

MARRIED. McCORMICK — DOYLE — By special license, on the 9th instant, by the Rev. W. Bermingham,   at Sts. Peter and Paul's Cathedral, Goulburn,   JAMES McCORMICK, Goulburn, to KATE     ALOYSIUS MARY, eldest daughter of the late   MR. JOHN DOYLE, Bourke street, Goulburn. DIED, ON the 9th instant, her parents' residence, Auburn-street South, after a painful illness,   AMY, the dearly beloved daughter of JOSEPH and ESTHER WILLIAMS ; age, 1 year and 8 months. "Safe in the arms of Jesus."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881

FOR SALE, F1RST PRIZE CANARIES. UD.EC ERY, SGoulburn. TO LET, T HAT COMFORTABLE COTTAGE a joining the stores of O. Furner and Sons. O. FURNER & SONS. TO LET,, ,T of FIRST.CLASS A ICUL. S R IND, near the Cattle Sal Yards. Apply M. MER, Yass Road. ACC ?CdIODATION for a RESPECT LE GEP TLBMAN in a private family. pply at thi o . CD GENERAL SERVANT. pply A s.'. V:STEWA H Bourke-stre. GO$D LABOURUI MAN. .pply at ce W. STEWAR',\ Bourke street. / '" a.rdl, ) ./OOD .HOUSEMn . Apply o Mns,. SJENKINS, Auburn.street. OOD TENANT Fr a Neat Cotta gý"xt Furner's. R. CRA1 , House Agent. GILLESPIE'S OOT FACr RY, a YCOUNG GR?L to e n the MAO INING. 4.':l ' tea, / . A 'OOD GENERALSERVANT?' Moss. e. Apply by lett toMRS. GES, Milb , Moss Vale. 5Wanteol, T Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX or E T . BOYS. CHARLES GILLESPIE, ulburn. IEIGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS asppp tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Faotory. WOOD & CO'S., Aub'urn.street. Wia:nted, DRESS. MAK ER. , . o. FURNER & S . Wanted...

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APPEAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 June 1881

APPEAL COURT. AN Appeal Court against the municipal assesments was held this morning before Messrs. Voss and Horsburg. The following eases were heard :- Mr. Carter appeared for the Councoil. The Town Clerk was aleo in attendance.   Henry Caspers appealed against the assesment   of £67 10s. for four roomed house with servant's room. Appellant stated that he was paying at the rate of £1 a week for rent.   Mr.. Carter cross-examined the appellent at con- siderable length and the Bench sustained the asses- ment. C. Kenny, saddler, appealed against the asses- ment of his shop, three rooms and dwelling in Auburn street, which had been set down at £93 12s. He stated that he was paying 25s. a week rent and considered that he was assessed for more than he occupied. Mr. Carter on behalf of the Council stated that he believed this was correct at the time the property Was assessed some arrangement was being made, and Mr. Bushman occupied a portion of the b...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

S:Trevanian I The paper marked important, in the handn wriiting of Peter Quin, was neither a:bank bill, bond, or deed; but simply a description of the person of a gentleman whol had dis; appeared, t tl'e grief and surprise of his "familV, and offering it large 'retward for any intelligence respecting him.. :: : Persons who could furnish ariy' iere to apply to Mr. Foster, Solicitor, Inner Temple. Martha carefully copied it, word for word, in her large, clerk-like hand; and, sewing Jit with the trinkets and ribbons in the mattress of her bed, prepared to retire to rest. She would willingly have added the watch, but dared not-her terror of her grandfather was top great: he would be sure to miss it. ':Having accomplished her task, the poor, timid creature retired to rest, but not to sleep.: The events of the day had too much excited her. Daylight began to peep through the casement of her chamber before her busy, o'erwrought briain permitted her to taste the repose' she so much needed. *...

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TO ADELAIDE AND BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

TO ADELAIDE AND 'BACK. ON Monday evening last Mr. mVnt. Davies, J.P.,kdelivered a lecture onf the above subjec:t in the Lecture-hall, Goldsmith-street. 'The audience, comprising a large number of our leading'citiiens, numbered about a5o. The Rev. FrancisTait occupied the chair. Pro ceedings were .commenced by singing the Ioo2nd hymn- 1" HI-ow are Thy Servants Blessed, Oh Lord." Prayer being offered, the Chairman intro: duced the lecturer, and expressed his pleasure in having so thoroughly enjoyed himself in /Adelaide, where they had both been attending the Conference. He stated that his friend Mr. Davies and himself had attended every meetiig of the Conference while in session; but there were some gentlemen who would be at the meeting in the morning and away .at: night, and although they had perhaps not spoken very lengthy on any occasion, the re sults went to show that they had voted the right way. He did not wish to refer to what had been done, and although he enjoyed himself thor...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

ODDS AEND ENDS, A A?N in Surry Hills has been suffering for alb6iut a week:withla disease. which there is every reason to believe is small-pox.:, He is a carpenter named Edward Rout, who, with his wife and family, occupy portion of a seven roomed- :house in. Srry Hills. There .are fourteen persons altogether in the -house. Rout;- the .:man affected, has beeli em ployed upon some- buildings ,which have recently been'built oplposite the.:premises in George-street occupied by On Chong and'Co, and which-are stillin quararintine. On TiLes day, 7th iristant, Rout felt indisposd;ibut he was not so ill hs:to leave off work. He was about on .Wednesday, but,; becoming :much worse that evening, he.went to bed.. A rash then came out oqn his head.' On Friday he went.out for a wialk, and :was m:iet Iy. bsome one who told him that hehad t he me ? les, and advised him to go ,lhome. Mi.rs R.tout treated himas if he had the.measles, but he gradually. became worse. -On 1\onldaf flight Dr. Clune.was se...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Fronm Sy'ney Dailj Papers8. 1 . LoNDON; June 13. T-isE.further consideration of the Irish Land Bill in iommittee waas ·rsiiii~d in the House of Commons this evening. ::The Government intimated that it .was their iitention that the measure should now be. proceeded: with day by.day until passed. - Mi. Gladstoie, in the speech he made, intimated tlhat, if necessary, the Government would not; hesitate. o. de mand that the:urgency of, the bill should be declared in accoirdanice iwtli the powers con ferred by the Act passed at the begirini g of the session.. ...ARis June 13 Telegrams have beenireceived by the Min ister-for Foreign Affairs from the Commander of the force sent to punish the :.Algerian insurgents, who recently attacked and inas sacred a party of telegraph doritractor,-to the effect that the French troops attacked the insurgents and defeated tlierim, witli i,'lo?'l of 50 killed anid a large numiber wounded.lt "The loss on the side of the French was slight. NA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

meted, INGLE WOM N to look after Small A- Cottage. A good ome and odera~t wagee. Mns IEBBEBR, Graftouereet, next the Builders' Armsnk Wanted, THIREE OR FOUR STALL STAB , and A YARD, situatod elobe td Sloan/street. Apply at this office. WaeentedI, 2O PAIR PIGEONS. Apply to I. M,. .JU A LISTER, :Saddler, opposite Royal Hotel? , 'Wesanteed, A. D· ESS.MAKE R. O.. FURNER & SO. . BOOT TRADE, W ANTED, A YOUTH for tbe Upplr Room VV.at Wond and Co.s Boot Faotoryj Apply at once to! VW.. T. \VOID & CO., Auburl-street. TO CA~PENTERS.i 1'T/ANTED;. A ,lAt to do 50 feet o/ Pall. VVsadiug.. JOHN \lWAITE, Aubudn Ter. race.. " ; ae?nlted, :T Gillespie's, Boot Factory, SIX H$ - BOY '.1 - " : I .) C :- ,! CIARLES: GILLESPE,1l~ ulbarn Waneted, h IHOT OR NI[NE SBIAR'r BOYSI pre, tioes, atV Wood & Co'is Boot Fa ,oy.pply WO0OD &. O~'S , Auburn street. ' ACCOMIM§IDATION 1F&J PLt (LP yABLE GhN ofLE. i. - ate family. Apply at this oflide. ' 7 CAU ION. TTLIEublic are req...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

Te1eos'leg phic Intelligence .. [FROMs OUR CORRESPONDRPNTS.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. VR:Ious. wild run grs were about the city yesternight in regaF to tlie fresh outbreak of smiallpox,: but nothing aiuthlientic. : The. House Committee,of the Randwick iA?sylum have ordered instiruction that. the place is closed to all visitor still further notice. TUp to 'it laie hour yesternight tlie Surry Hills patient remained in a very 'critical posi iioji and considerable uneasiness. ipreirailed iii the city..'" ' ' Early this orning Dr..Cafjfyn was called to ah suspiected case of diseas'e;, iat 'a store lately occupied by' a' Chiinaman, it Waterloo. Upon entering the hou'se, lie founid g'Ciina man wr\aipped it iii 'blankets covered ';\ith small:-~o. 'Threeothler Cklestiils' were fouud on the premises, and another escaped whien the doctor entered. Tliis;plhaed also is now plirced under quarantine.: "'' " . There is no'English news to-day: A fishiiig party," consisting of three gentle m-en namend respe...

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Goulburn Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

Souib1urn Literary and elieating Society. ON Tuesday evening lastthe, usual meeting of the above was held, and although the aspect of the weather ,was not very pleasant, about twenty . members rolled ulp and spent'a very enjoyable evening debating' upon the subject -" Should the Local iReadihg R';oom be Open to the Public on the Sabbath or. not." The. president not being presentl M:r. J. Brownhill sen; (vice-president), occupied the chair. The preliminary business having been 'disposed of, and four :new, members elected, the above debate was then proceeded'vith;' The chairmati called upon A., Bryson jun. being ,a member of the niinistry, to open the debate in. the negative, which he did in a short address, explaining his reasons for sup porting the. negative side of the question. Mr. Anderson followed, speaking in, favour'of: opening the said room. Messrs. A. Black shaw, J. Walker, and W. Donald,.supported the opener in his views upon the question, and Mr. H. Blackshaw spoke at some...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

'.:Q. ; UE ,: ,QriANiBEYAN.I, '- ;': j (Abridged from the Agle). ST. ANDREW 'S LODGE of free and accepted Masons' of Queanbe'an have" resolved ;to celebrate? St.J?iohn's Day- one of. the /great festivals of the order-on the 24th instant by a snmptuous suplperi in :their lodge room ;at the Protestant Hall. ;.As the lodge is now very prosperous, and; is'constantly receiving fresh accessions of numbers, it is expected there'willbc.a large attendance on the occa The miaembers of the Star of the South Orange-Lodge in Queanbeyan have resolved to celebratt th'el twelfth of July in a becoming manner. . We understand that the firm of Myers and Company, the well-known cordial imanufac turers of this town, :have dissolved partner ship-Mr. Abraham' Myers, the senior partner, having sold his interest to his brother, Mr. Alexcander Myers. ' . - Mr.A yrie's flock of ooo000 wethers were. sold in Sydriey'on Friday last at 7s. 6d. each. On Friday evening a number of footballers met at Mr.-Davis's hot...

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The Lecture at the Primitive Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 June 1881

The Leeture at tlhe PriinitiVre MI~thodist Church. 'iHE Revi J. Stiudds delivered a lecture in the -above church on Tuesday evening last, but owing to the inclemency of the weather tlie ?attendance was not so large asimight otheirwise have been ;; but those that did at tenila thoroughly enjoyed the treat thliat was afforded them by the rev. lecturer in describ ing the scenes of the reloirmatiboi, "wliidli formed his subject. A nuimber of coloured diagrams were exhibited, which made the lecture more interestinig ' The proceedings were opened by singing and prayer. . Mr. T. Grunsell presided, and stated that the object of the lecture was to augment the funds of the parsonage. He then introduced the lecturer, who on rising was greeted with a - plause, and stated that he intended to give a brief outline of the principal: scenes;, and personages that figured in the a6th century. He'showed that the condition:'of Enigland at the time the reformation commenced was in a state of gross ignora...

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