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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. * (From Sydney Daily Papers. ) LONDON, June 14.. TENDERS for the loan invited for, the con struction of harbour works at Dunedin, New Zealand, were opened today. The amounts subscribed for reach a total of /a2oo,ooo. Tenders at the rate of ,£io5 s. upwards, are alloted the full amounts. The House of Comm'ons to-day dealt with !he question of local option with respect to the number ot public-houses to be licensed in any town or 'district. After debate the House, divided, and by a majority of 42 re affirmed the principle of.local.option. ;. CONSTANINOPLE,' June 24. The Porte continues to manifest .strong objections to the' interference by the French. in Tunisian affairs. ;The French ambassador -having':claimed tlhe "ight of p.riotecting: Tuni : sian: subjectsrresident: idn Turkey,, the :Porte has formally notified its refusal in any way to recogiiise the Ambassador in question"af`: fecting the subjects of the Bey. `LONDON, June 151' Ii th o Hd use of Commons this eveni...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Reserves for Public Purposes. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

R Resoerves'for Public Purposes. COUNTY of Georgiana, parish of Tuena, town of T'ueina area about 4' acres. The Crown Linds" within the following bounldaries : Commencing on the right bank of Tuena Cr'eek'at a point where the' north-east ?side of "Briglit-street meets. that creek ; tlhenrce b'ounded, by 'part'of ~hat north-east bouind-ry south easterly to 'the iorth-west side: of Bigga street;, thence bounded' by phrt: df tlihe north-: iw est 'side:"of 'that' street northeasterly `to the sooith-west? 'side of Burns-street:; thence .by paft of" tlie s'outh-west side ofBiurns-street nor'thl?d terly ;to jthe 'soth east side of Cook-. 'streeaind'b~jy pirtf tlat:' south-east side of that: street 'soiutliwesterly to .Tuena .Creek; aforesaid;; and' thence' bounded by 'that ci-eek upwards, to the point of commencement. :Coilntyi of'Georgiana, parish` of Tuena; town'?of 'Tiieni, .area about 3j acres. The. Cro\vwn'Laids'within the following boundaries: Coiimeniriig'o on" the right ljank of 'T...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

THE public of New South Wales can now see the outcome of allowing Chinamen to land on our shores in such numbers, and the Government can also see that the recent agitation on the Chinese question was just and proper, and will doubtless avail them selves.of some of the numerous opinions ex pressed on; the subject by the various districts of the colony. The gentlemen forming the Upper House will also be apt to accept any measure the Assembly may send up to them on the ques tion. The 'recent epidemic. brought to the colony-by the Chinese- may assist to some extent to make .them adopt a bill in almost. any shape,on the subject of the Chinese. It is a well-known -fact that the principal employers of the Chinese in the country are men in similar positions. to those who form the Legislative. Council of the-colony ; -and we are in a position to name several that daily empiloy from twenty to ninety of these mongolians on their stations for the purpose of ringbarking &c.; and even tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

North Goulburn Cashr Store, NEXT STAR HOTEL. THOS. A..WAbKF_ H OAVING opened the abn , d nd ot ed a General Assortment of Groceries of the B st ' Bnds, Those favoring him with tli r pa ronago may roly upon receiving good value for their outlay, as he is determined to sell FOR CASH ONLY. Teas at Is 6d, 2s, 2s 3d, and 2s Gd ; and Sugars and other Groceries as LOW as any Bouse in Town.. All kinds Colonial Produce bought. LAKE BATHUIRST HOTEL, TARAGO. GEORGE MILE , PROPRIETOI . [-F LRST CLASS 'ACCOMMOD TIN for rivate .JU fJmilies. "Buggy provided to convey isitors to t e Lake. Boat in attendonce.. .Saddlery and Harness Work 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 bna been in business, wishes to notify that he STILL CARRIES ON the Horse-Shoeing and Bla0mi 9t ing . Busines'/ / IN ALL ITS BRANCHES; anf as he ebuoys None but the Best/Wor nn, all who ...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS, THE following selections were made at the land-office, Goulburn, on Thursday :--Albert Stephen Burcher and George Henry Burchei, 40 acres, parish Leighwood, county Georgi ana; Patrick Hearlity, 40 acres, parish Guineacor, county Argyle; Michael Hearley, 40 qacres, parish Guineacor, county Argyle; Matthew H. Toole, 40 acres, parish Bolong, county Georgiana. If the Road-Superintendent examined the Braidwood road where it is crossed, beyond the Deanery, by the G. S. Railway he-would find that it is almost impassable, -and that the expenditure of a few pounds at the pre sent time :would put it in repair, which is most' urgently needed. A truck containing five tons of coal'-has been received by Mr. James Clifford of Vei ner-street, and has been distributed- by that gentleman to the. various mills, banks, hotels, &c. We have recci;ed a sample ourselves; but have not yet been able to complete the trial of it. In our advertising columns will be found a notice to the ...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 17. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

GO.ULBURN POLICE COURT. S IR:.RDAY, JUNE 17. BEFORE Mir. VoSS, . John Coleman ?as charged: with using obscene language;: . He pleaded guilty. As the defendant lad not been before the Court previously on any charge, he was dis missed with a caution. Martin Cook (on remand from Gunning) was charged with being of unsound mind. Defendant had been found wandering in the bush near Gunninig, and had, been in gaol on two former occasions on ia similar charge. Remanded till Monday. . Mr. Carter applied on behalf of Williain Arthur Evans for a -pawnbroker's license. The application was signed by a number of householders. - The Bench adjourned the application till Monday next.

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MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

MARULAN. (From our Correspondent.) IT may perhaps be within the recollection of your readers that there is such a place in existence as Marulan; and as you are seldom posted with any news from our flourishing town,.I purpose to supply the omission and. favor you with an occasional effusion. Seeing that you chronicled a brief account of our recent race meeting, I will 'refrain from borinig you with a second edition. Suf fice it; to say that "',Strong-arm" made the best book at the meet;: and as customary, the visitors " collared' the spondulicks," to use a Yankee vulgarism. The .wallaby:drive at Bumballa last week was a grand. success, destruction to marsu pials being the order of the day. The monopoly hitherto enjoyed by our local butcher is likely to receive a blow, a new firm having come into the field. We have now the prospect of being' enabled to purchase meat at a considerable reduction on the, rates usually charged. Welcome ! ye knights of, the cleaver. ?Rumour has:it that cob...

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HURSTVILLE COLLEGE, GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

HURSTVIYiLE COLLEGE; GOULBURlT T -;i Ihalf-ye rly eaminatiton of Hurstville College,' w\hicli has :been conducted by tlhe Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Irvine, MIA., incumbent of St. Nicholas'; North' Goulburn, late' Prinin cipahl of Naiier' College,. assisted by ,the resident iuasters, lias resulted as follows The nanies are in "order of nierit iii the various subjects. Ce. esserS SGRr?,.--V[: Form =(Demosthenes Olynthiacs,' Greek Prose, Greek Grammar).- Beegling.':?i. SV: Form.-(Greek: Grammar,- Greek Coomposi. tion.)-Ilitchine,' Jamoe, C.. Shepherd, Soares. S.L.rIe.--VI, Form,~(Liyy, Bks;. 21 'ahd 22, HorficeOdeb, Bk. Iv, Latin Proise and Grammar.) -Beeglifig, Jardine. " V 'Form.-(COmsar B. :IV, Latii Codiposition, Latin Grammar.)- Morton, Hitchins;e M.:Mackelt lar, B. Thompson. . ; :,IV Form=-(Latin Grammar, Latin Composi,: tion.)-C. .Shepherd, Soares, H. Turner,: James, iLvans, Hayes, H. Harris, Yeager. .Ill Forni- (Latin Grammar, Latin Coniposi. tion.)-Irviun andl Massey equal, Aloekander...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

WA ED TO SL,b a Second nd Dining. yy oru Suite-a bRain. / ,/ TTO ET, . A N R4N'-ROOM lED USE in fton.street, wi Large Yards andStables yill be let either is f two portions. Apply, LUERY B. KERR. TO LTTO mEN 'ES of FIRSTLASS RTCUL 1 TURA LAND, near th attle S eYards. Apply M.UYMER, Yass Road BREAD ! B HREAl I BREAD HI ! ON an after MONDA NEXT BREAD at 0 h oVICTORIA BAKE Y will be a per 2 1b. Loaf to verybody. No Se onds Flour used, and no extra ch go for Groc ies; and a Gond Stock of G IOCE ES and DR PERY-CHEAP. PEARSON'S VICTORIA B KERY, GRAFTON-STREET. IS AID. THE M 1UTE 0OO0 of the Goul rn A., P., nd H. Society, upposed to ave been left at son e Store in town. REW RD on its being rt rned to S, II. ELOI ER, Son. Sec. ROSS A EATH. MI RS. ROS begs to form tbe parents I her . pupils bat she s engaged a HI BLY ACCOMPLIS ED LAD from Melbo no as FINISHING GOVERNESbS 'After th winter vacation, yo ng ladies will re ive superi advan tages in 1 sic, Singing, Dra ng, Pal ting, and French. upi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

WaniVcd, OOD GrNERAL SERVANT. Apply sL DAVFES, Ela' \re. "AT /lo3t8e's Boot Actory,a A YOU GI S lenrn the Machibiotg. : ' . i c . './ A GI to NURSE a BABY,'by /Moday A '3 !y, MRns MAN ELSRON, Auburn-st .VDNTED TO L.L, T. & G. Piue Forng ' 2-V?G Od Lini\ 1i8s 100 ft.; .?dings Id ft Architraveos, d orthid; a cl Doors, 12s d 0. R OGERS, Goururn. TAyTED, VrITo8 a:tROGERS)"FR UR. ' t /NISHING A DE TO NI'BT. Spleudia Wardrobe and oa special lines on view. AdHREE OR FOUR STALL STABL/and X/y-tLiD situated clbe . t, Sloanea ret. A p 'at this oflice, 2 · PAIR " PIGEOV Appl GtLISTER, opposite al t .. Wanted, D'A?RE S S. I A ,KN .ER./ 'O. . FURNER S. BOOT TRADE, .NT.D, A YOUTH for the U1 a oo: i V:,, P:: W. Wood and Co.'s Boot Faotory. 5 ly at once to.W. T. W\OOD & CO., ,Auburn street. T Gilleasipo' Boob Factory, SI: o~,l)lIIT. (: A lTES GILLESPIE , ulbnrn nt i,` ', ties, itWood R CRd o's' Boa o ,aApply WOOD& -OO'S; Auburn.stret;. OUJAR.S PAYNEl COTTlAGE.? ro 'to JAMES P...

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GILLESPIE'S BOOT FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

(GILLESPIE'S BOOT FACTORY. 'IN order to convey some idea of the progress of Goulburn: td our readers, we paid a, visit of. inspection to the, factory of Mr. E. Gillespie, which is sitiated at the corner of Auburn anid Goldsmith streets. Viewed from a'distance it presents the appearance of an industrial building,. and .its tall- chimney stack deniotes thle tact that there. is at least somenic machinery at woik thliat assists in sa' v ing labour. Ihefactory, erectedof brick, is three storeys in height andd is .covered "ith an iron rowof, in the centre of which is:a blel'fry' tower where a blell sounds the. hour o commencing and leaving ofT work to the employees. The height ifrom tihe .ground to the vane on the summit of this belfry is 56 feet: Tlii uptper portion has onlyl been iecently erected;, but it addsi much to the ornamentation'of the building,,and'also to'this part of the 'city.. On arriving: t tlit. :fIict?ry/,had niaking known burbusiness to Mr John;' Gillespie, the gentleme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

ME N'S, YOUTHS', AND BOYS' CLOTHING! ONE OF THE LAR?EST STOCKS OF In the Distriot TO SELECT FROM AT Fashionable Tweed Suits, "- A SWIT Well Mi\ade and Well Finished, Blk. Cloth Suits Geelong Tweed Sui' West of Englau Ted Suit Colonial Tweed Suits IN ALL QUALITIESy, AND IN EVERY STYLE. Men's Blk, Cloth Vests Men's All-wool Tweed Vests Men's Cardigan Jackets . ALL AT 4s. 6D. EACH Only to be Hadl at ONLY S. 6 D EAC., OUR STOCK OF BOYS' 'CLQT-HING 1S ONE OF TIE Largest and Best Assorted IN THE DISTRICT. Youths' Long Trousers S4. 6D., DraperyJ House BELMORE-S UA .RE WILLIAM DAVIE &00., Australian Stores. WINTER GOODS Ladies' Long Fur-Trimmed Mantles and Dolmsns Ladies' Half Tight-Fitting Mantles, Satin Hoods Children's Black and Colored Mantles Ladies' and Children's Ulsters - --- ____ ~A Splendid Assortment of SWinter Dress Materials in DRESS Black and Colored, from DEPARTMENT. 7.d to 3s Gd per yard. SPlushes, Fringes, Cords, & Tassels to match. ladies' Plain and Fancy W...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

Telegraphio Intelligence. [For 0on l oroisPowarTsR1.1 SYDNEY, :SATURDAY. A REPORT has just reached town that a prize fight took place at Randwick this morning between two men, one of i whm;, aiied :. Scott, was killed. A number of onlookers were arrested in the city. ;::: 'Tehe, suburbs are -free from.. any known cases of sinall-pox :The. latest case, Mrs. Guildiord, with her husband, was removed to the Quarantine Station yesterday afternoon. `The Government ?,assisted by the, police and civic, authorities, are leaving no stone un turned in their efforts to stamp out the dis ease. ? Many rumours were. afloat yesterday and last niglit inr regard' to fresh outbreaks,' but have proved so far to be without founda tion. The suburban municipalities have issued a prodclaniation in regard to enforcing the bye laws :preventiondof nuisance. ..-The.inspectors:in visiting' 4t Chinese resi dences found them in a much -more.cleanly' state thaii recently,' and processes of. clean iing: are still g...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

S 1DDS AND ENDS. Many persons are not a.iwae that it is a punishable offence to sell fireworks by gasl light. At the Water PoQlice Court, Sydney, on .Wednesday last, 'five .shipkeepers were fined Ios. each and costs! for so doing..: The Act 'i9th"Victoria, c. 24, sec... r,' clausea;2, reads i-" Every .person: selling, gunpowcder, squibs, rockets, or other combustible mnatter, by candle or other artificial light, &c.' :-The penalty'does not exceed 2. . Sir. John Robertson and ;the: I-Ion. John Lackey,, accompanied by Mr. 'John See, member for'Grafton, and Mr. J."M. Purves, member for. the IClarence,. arrived ..in the steamei Ajax, at- Clarence -River -Heads, be fore daylight on Thursday: iimorning, after a delightful passage,' dui ing vwhich they called at Trial Bay to inspect the works proceeding there. CC The following extract from an English paper' ' is 'an interesting illustration . of th? value of re-vadcination is afforded by i report just furnished; at the -instance.:....

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

[I: aiq[R'S..TELEGRAIMS. . ':: ,: .' ILONDON, MONDAY.:'. THE-:grain crops throughofut Englanid' and Scotland are advancing favourably and the. yield.is expected to be a goodb ne.: :';In the House of Cbmmons the first clause of the Land Bill autliorising tenants to sell . their tenancies has passed the committee. The operations of tlie Panama' Canal are considerably impeded in consequence of the disorganization : that ,exists. ahmon g _the' em-. pldyees.;-: . '- - The Daily News has published an 'article in' reference to increased activity of the' Fenians. in the United States. 'The matter is .engaging the ,seriou:s :attentioni of -the .. Cabinet, who have called tlheTattenition of the'" authorities of the States to the sane.?- ,: : .

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 18 June 1881

BIRTH, ON the 8th instant, at her residence, Auburn-street,     Goulburn, the wife of WILLIAM T. WOOD of   a daughter.  

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CONDUCT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. (To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

CONDUCT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ;(To tlie Editor of the EveidigiU PeiliiffPod, . IN a climate such as obtains at Goulitirn h'it is a positive cruelty arid an.-act fiaught with positive danger 'to children to comipel them to sit for hours.in rooms without fires. How can children of tendei years, and in too many' cases of not even stroigji)hysique, le ex~ecied to withstand the intense cold of the list week or two. in large aiiry' ?oonis without fires ? Such, however,- is. the: case, in 'the.JPublic School at North' Goulburn. In the main school there never is: a fire,(and ,o -'ood is allowed for. one. The same fact exists in the infant school;. but the head .teacher, there, with true charity, hias at her own;,expense, provided wood and taken care' that the chil dren committed to her. care should not ·be starved with cold. If lthe' Ctifcil 'of Educa tion will not provide ?fois fires a very smnall subscriptio '"from the :parents of the"chiildren would raise a fund to purchase enough,.fTor the...

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GOLSPIE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

(?Fio?m a Correpo,,des,). THE .WEATHER; AND SEASON.-The rai .stilll continues falling in light showers; and:though' they by no;means, heavy, is: sufficient to do a great deal of good to the recently sown crops.. The rain has continued; in close in tervals..thi'oughout this moon, confiriing a remark oftfn passed by old settlers that a Saturday's nioon is sure to be a wet one. As yet we. have eiperienced no severe cold, with the exception of.a few frosts .and a light, fall of snow.': Ploughing is now pretty well com pleted, and the potato crops taken up. The potato crops, taking them all through, are, I believe, fair. Stock continues much the same. There have been no deaths* to speak of as yet; but the most .trying .time on' th' poor beasts is'still to come. : - VWinter Recreations.-I see your Taralga correspondent has taken the trouble to reply to the few comments I made on his last let ter:; and, resisting my first impulse of treatiing the effulsion with silent contempt, '.itake thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

r ated, T AT e Imperial ofel, A COM TENT ROOM. Wa ated. I MMC DIATELY, 4M N to Cut Fi /ewod, by Ytl ton. S. CARMIC 1EL, Carr k. S G ERAL SER NT. Apply t Mos. S VENSON, R Haily otel, Sloa c-street. VWaisted, A GOOD PLAIN COOK. Apply, s. S. EM ANNEL, Lansdowne, Wanted, A DRESS-MAKER. O. TURNER & Wanted, T Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX o EIG T BOYS. CHARLES GILLESPIE, G Iburn. . Wanted, IGH]T OR NINE SMART BOYS aakppr - - tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factory. App y WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-street. BOOT TRADE, BW ANTED, A YOUTH for the Upper Room at Wood and Co.'s Boot Factor Apply at once to W. T. WOOD & CO., Auburn-street. £1 R WARD. TLOS on Saturday ight, at Newtown A 7.9 URSE containing SUM of money. The finder fill receive the abov reward on bringing it to thi office or to Mns. Mc ENZIE, Newtown. Tenders 3 A'RE invited for Brick -work of 3 oueeo, abour only. C. ROGERS. Tend -s ARE nvited-.for Plaster and Cem nt-work, lr our only. C. RO ERS. A,: /.d Tender ...

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GUNDAROO. POLICE COURT, JUNE 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

GUNDAROO. (From .our Correspondent.) POLICE COURT, JUNE I7TH. BEFORE Messrs. W. Affleck and A. Dyce' .':,>-John, Jordan, on remand from Grenfell, was'charged with stealing, on the 27th May, :1S880; one bay nmare,, the property of Edward :Di?es of Gundaroo. '.'Senioa-conistable Irwin proved that the party now before,the court (John Jordan) was the person named in the information. Jolhn Richard.'O'Mara deposed : I am a constable stationed at Yass; I have seen the person now before the court ; in the month Sof June last year, at Yass, the prisoner stated toime that he knew where Black Ned's mare was; the black man. is Edward Dines, the .prosecutor 'in this case; he stated that the siare that was stolen from Ned was at Mr. Mec Donald's station, Urrima.; he said that he knew Jordan,. and that it was Jordan who had the mare at Urrima; .1 had no descrip tion of the prisoner at that time; I did not know Jordan, alluded to at that time; I '"know prisoner now .by the name of John Jordan; a...

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