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

^^GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN - 'Eenemng Penny TPo't .. ,[PRINTED BY . STEAM] PU'BLI' ED. every TUESDAY, THIURSDAY. S' a-" d SATURDAY AFTERNOON : '" It lias: the Iarge~a circulation of anry paper south cf' SydJy,'ii. d ia a firat-class advertising medium i .'-tiAer s.i i.=-ini, r :. per: Q~uisri.e Iy to A.vwcaece. .' ,i:,; SA'y anbsriber wihiuging to "deolinho the .rpapo must do:bait the endof: the quarters terminiiating in March,I Juneo, September, and Doccinher,' is writing, ior will bo held resoinsible for the ampunt ef liisei ubsoription. . . . ,:.. .Jos mi"r ;': " [Ahe lvening Ponny'Poat teamn MachineB'Printi, Oflice 'i Ihbo' CHIEAPlST 'FFOb OUT 01?F BYD'iSY Job Printing. ' ~ :?"'Orders executed at the shortest: notice vr!.,;'l "Qucaub'ya PO'ri;';. '.;;,.. t,.'. ..i. 't.'o'L'Ogli1 Si Gund.sroo '.. ...;.; :..- .HJ'Midrathi(l S;Gininderra G . ;,.....: -,;.;..G.Gillespio;: S Giinnuing...' ,.a...........:.. .... ' ..... . :' . "D alt oi d............' ?.;; ..... J**; .);JWV h eat...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. THE attendance at last night's meeting of the above society was good, and the chair was occupied by the Ven. Archdeacon Puddi combe (president). After the minutes had been read and confirmed two gentlemen were nominated for membership and some other preliminary business transacted. The special business of the evening was "A Night with Dickens;" and the following members took part by giving the readings attached to-their names :-Mr. T. Bramble, "The Uncommer cial Traveller ;' Mr. A. H. Lansdown, "Pri son Yards ;" Mr. H. Horn, " The Death and Funeral of a Pauper;" Mr. H. Pinn ;"The Death of Poor Jo." It beingrrather:;late when business was commenced, fthe':ciiticism on the foregoing pieces-which. was both animated and interesting-occupieditlhe re= mainder of the evening. The busiiness,for next meeting-night will consist of the reading of contributions to the society's journal.' The chairman also mentioned that the m'iinisterial deb...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Reserves for Public Purposes. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

Reserves for Publia.Puroses,:i Co'unty of' Georgiana, parish of Tuena, town 6f. Tuena, a"rea about 6 acres, being sectioniNo.: i2 of that town: The Crown Lands within the following bouhidaries • Com. miencing oii the right bank of Tuena Creek, at a .point where the north-west side of Point street meets that creek ; 'thence ori the soutli east by part of the 'north-western side of Point-street nioth-easterly to tle soiith-wvest side'of Abercrombie-street; thence by part of the south-west side 6f that 'street niorth westerly to.the south-eastern side bf, Giiffin streetj thenice on the nerth?iest by part. of the sodutlh eastern side of .Griffid-?treet soiuth westerly to ,Tuenia Creek .thence by .Tuena Cireek upwirds, to the point of commence ment County of: Georgiansa, parish of Tuena, town of Tuena,-.area about 6 acres, beiing section No. 2 of , that town.. The Crown Lands': within the ' followvinig boundaries : Coinineciig .on the souith-?western side of Burns-street at the intersect...

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AN ANSWER TO "FORSAKEN." [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

A': "N ANSWER TO "'FORSAKEN.'" -, Uro' that Iright aud suniny day, S lHow joyful was my heart ! ' i ]'w little then I thought, lovo, :.. That you and I must part. ' Btit'Par iear n must, my gentle one, S:God has: ordained it so;: .."?i,-But my blessings'will be with you .,:.. hcYrever, you may go., v hte' r your destiiation , i . : May ou ever liappy be: I .will think:upon the happy da .ys That I have speint with thee.. :: Tis true I am another's now,s., . . you I've provo:d iitrue?; But y l:ast 'and foidest hsbling . . 'ill ever dwoll with you. : .:My- felicitations'dwell with you . I": n this world of sin aiid woo; :';M, ay the angels protec?byqu: ,? ? :. W.. herever-you may go. I have acted disiugenuously. 1 have piroved inye??lf utintrn?., ' ' I hare deceived you most diuelly? . ,i But my love is still with you..,n:-j% I. istill.love'you witha brothor'alove,,. . 1ou are second in my heal i But fir a still morii ardoet loe' Teai better we shouild lparb. : Fr 1-deem another bright...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS, TIHF scare of small-pox has been the. means of,a large number of parents getting itheir children vaccinated, and yesterday :a large number of children were operated on.;r .R! The railway traffic manager, Mr.- R'ead paid a visit last week to the Goulburn railway s'tation,' for the express purpose' f inaking inquiries into the complaints that have be'ei recently made to head quarters bby several produce. dealers, in consequence of. delays that have occurred in forwarding produce. Mr. H. C. Pratt, on, behalf of the produce dealers, and some of the officers of the de partment were examined, and. the': resulit though not made public,'iS, we understand, of such a natture. that a number of' refornms will be brought about, and not before they are needed. We think-as'one of the many nineans by which the spread. of small-pQx might be pire' .vented"'w:ould be. not to issue tickets at'the 'arious railway stations to Chinamen, s ,they are.noted'to be easily' scared and would doub...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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A Waggaite's Opinion of Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

"A Waggaite's Opinion of Goulburn. W? extract the following from the columns of the Wagga Advertiser of Thursday last : Goulburn is one of the oldest towniships in, the colony. It has seen many ups and downs ; its ~prosperity from. time to time ha:s ebbed 'ind flowed. The opening of the: railway toi Gou'lburn seemed to paralyse its' trade, anid' cr'oskers predicted its dowrifall:Firr 'Fthis; state of stagnation,.. consequent upon the! opening: of the railwayw, trade seemed: toibe ait a standstill for several years. :.:The, tideioft prosperity; however;,i seemed:, to: flow. againi about four years, hence, and since no town in the colonies has made more -rapid strides.; The subject possesses more than an ordinary interest f6r'.the residenatsof Wagga :\Vaggac; Both towns :aire siuated' i·r'siilar circum itaiices;' Tliey -are '? the Great Southern line of railway. 'Eacli' town is suppotted by pastoral and agricultural pursuits., Each town has enjoyed the benefit of muinicipal iinstitu t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

;: * - ODDS AND ENDS, I'HE slmall-pox scare 'has considerably sub sided, and Ithis'is probably owing in a great degree to the precautionary measures which iave'been adopted by the- Government and by the municipal bodies-both in Sydney and thie:subuibs. Dr.- Alley)ne went down the harbour yesterday, and from a respectful dis tnce'held :a: con'versatioh with Dr.,Caffyn, vholis in: charge of the quarantine station, rni: whom he learnt thait Mrs, Guildford :is progressing towards recovery:; but,the Chinai nan; Won Pring, who was taken- fromiWater o6;:is not expected to recover. On Saturday police-constable Cook ivas found to be suffer ng from illness. He was one of the constables who did dduty. for somiietime near .On Chong and Co's premises.. He was:sent to quaran; ine, although' it:has .not .yet beei ascertained vwhether; his :ailment, is -'small-pox .or;;(not, Under.t the' ciicumstanices, however, it was eemned p'irudent; that he should :go there. The midwihter holidays'of, the Publi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BREVITIES. SHORTEST day to-day. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

SHORTEST day to-day. ... - The small-pox.scare"is lulling in Sydney. The Bacchante anid Cleopatra war-slips have airiv;ed at Melbourne.. , : Aman' nainmed' Thomas Donnelly received a sentence of.-, montlis' imprisonment yester day for?stealing' i copper boiler' from an establishment at Darlinghurst..,,-.. 'Th1 h'Royal,Prinices have hiad agood proof' of thie loyalty of the' South. Australians, and they will liave the :sanie proof in 'all, thel colonies or?v'weare much m.istaken:'?.,. ,: , Sno\v was falling at Tirranna: angd Croblok well yesterday.?.:i The volufiteeirs w'ere drilled for the first timein bliayonet' excercise on Sat'urday lasti The knowing. ones consider that Tirranna is in its infancy as a goldfield. . A number of volunteers recruits will ben passed' into thle ranks .to-day by;. Captain Norris: ,;' t ?:. 'i_._. . F "~Di.r -' Andrews,? 'of :iAlbur'y;! la's ':received instructions to examine overlatidi"passengers as.tliey cross the border..., kAn pctopbis'?) feet across ...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMiS. LONDON, AOlAY. ARcHBImsoP; MMc.CABEi.: of:. Dublin, has issued a pastoral letter alluding to the con dition .of :,Ireland,; ,andrf. strongly urges' moderation' in: political- affairs, as the best means of bringing about a satisfactory settle ment of existing difficulties. . . Another mine has been discovered in the neighbourhood of one of; the Royal Palaces. t: Information: from Marseilles states that the teariing-down of "thle ,escutcheon from the Italian- Club:has produced the greatest ex citement throughout the city, which 'has cul min'ated in sanguinary fighting in the :streets ibetween. two excited: crowds :.::The; French and Italians came in collision, afid fought for 'some time. Armis were used !on-both :sides. Several were killed, and a nuniber were seri ously injured ;'the Freichl· getting the worst of the encounter.

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

'CABLE 'MESSAGES." ? ·(2'ieons SdejiDaily Papers.:. Il . . LONDON, June 17 - T-Ii debate; in committee 'on the Irish. Lanid Bil, continues?'ndat to -day's sitting; the. second, cuse,.of: the bill was pssed .Th >bject of this clause. is'o.provide for thie acceptance byia .landlord, .of a tenant:to Iwhviona teinancy is bequeathed; andl'ahiee a tenancy fallsto. more .than o?e.,person, for. the sale of.the tenancy within twelve mlutli~ after the death of the testator. The clause also enacts thatif::i cises iv?fe tlie teiharit dies: intestate,; the tenancy; shall pass: to,.the landlord n ii:Jid:' · i' - [ PARIS, June 1i . An. extraordinary1 scene occurred at Mar seilles to-day, ineconsequence of the high feel ing, prevailing- against`; the Italian :residents of.that 'city 'i ncolnectiori with the recerit action of:the Frenchli at: Tunis. iThe difficulty with the Bey, having biee'nsettled; tiie:French troolps who ?were `dispatched to :occupy the territbry r:eturned,i and.after 1landing...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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AFTER DINNER DREAMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

AFTER DINNER DREAMINGS; SarALL-Pox:-Graciously tab6oo that "word. It is too Shakesperian'; too mesthetic. Call it variola. That.alliterates- with verbena, vio: lets, and other sweet-scented flowersi,and reminds one of green woods, green fields, green peas, andother gifts of a kind Provi-. dence. But small-pox I Faughl it stinks in the.nostrils'.! Doctors disagree about it; witlihall their skill they cannot diagnose. it. T?errible ?thought l.we. pay them- large_sums,: in many cases ungrudgingly, for supposed cures; yet when variola or Yellow Jack give :us a.visit, the medicos are up :.a tree, and cannot improve upon Esciilapius, Dir" S"?i grado, or any'other irian.l.. Comlin'g home to Goulburn, what is our position? Are our doctors, our municipal athliorities, Pour magistrates,' able to' cope with 'the gravity: of the situation ? " Have. they the pluck.to; do or die? The doctors must be called in (pro fessionialy of course) or they will riit:adise: The municipal magnates qua~relj ?ii...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [ -FROM OUR CORRESPONDE4'IS.1 SYDNEY, TUESDAY. AMONG the list ot about a hundred and eighty of the leading bankmgrfinstitutions of Europe and other parts ohf the:world recently published in an, English paper,: the commer cial Banking,.Company.:of Sydney: is shown the most flourishing excepting the Whitehaven Joint Stock;Bank,, which is: the. only institu tion that, withia capital of:.only £45000oo has declared:a dividend of 30 per:.cent.- No a:ctuil flesh; outbreak' of 'small-pox is anhnoiunced, althouighi"no iappo"rtunity seemed lost in -some qiuarters in getting up false re ports' but now' there is no cause of alarm, but'strict precautions are still being adopted to plrevent"ainother outbreak. It is decided to'remove the offices of the Mining Department. to the Garden Palace. `.The' Government harve issued invitations to friends to attend a banquet, on the eve of opening parliament. 'Thes'second session of the fifth Synod of the Diodese of Sydney obened to...

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

Trevanian an At first she thou'ght: of seeking' a temporary shelter with the weaver ind his family-but a little reflection conviticed her t.hat they were hot the sort of pleople to protect her from -the machinations of the '-gent:? her ideas next reverted to'the lawyer in. the Ininer Temple : the mild manner in which he had spoken to heri'anid his appearance; :ha'd `inspired the desolate creature with a " certain' degree of confidence. Siill she resolved to await the return of her grand-father, to learn, if piossible, something of the fate of Fanny, in whom her affections were so centred. that she would willingly have resigned everything to.obtain her restoration.! 'I must' be guarded .with liim, she' said, 'and flmeet art with art '. When PeteiiQuin ieturned, he was aston ished at the calm with wthich Martha received him : he liad expected to find heriin'te'ira. possibly to listen to'her reproaches:.or en= treaties i they would have been music to himn -for, like most men wh'o .have...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

To the Eitor of, the Evening, Piany Post. SIR,.I:,notice ,:that some kind person has taken up the corresponence from Golspie, as an article: under that hieading appeared' in your issue of the 3'st May. As' I am usually, the correspondent from this neigli bohirhood;. I" would like (with permission) to pass a few remarks on what your so-called Gblspie??:correjspondent has .to say... For my pairt? i?,Pfeel ?welle assured: that :;your corres pondent neither resides :'itGolspie, or in fact any whele near to Golspie; and at the'same time=ui liave a -very strong' suspicion th?t-lihe is a resident of. Taralga- if not, he resides very near to that"flouriisling little township. Therefore, I w?ould :ver'y much advise your Taralg?'c6rrespondents, when they lhave ;a misunderstanding and wish to cary on tliheir quarrelling .through the .papers, not to write under the heading of Golspie, as we do not wisii to?be in any way: connected ivithl their ridiculous disputes. Next time Mr. Taralga, alias G...

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

1 THE CO1ING EViNT OF 1881. . Mechanics' Institute, Goulburn. FOR A SHORT SEASON ONLY I GRAID Opening GIFT Night I COM'SIE CiNG WEDNESD\l EVENING, JUNE 22N, 1881. First appearance in Got Iburn of the World Renowned ud Only AMER CAN EREN DE.R . (Seven in umber) DIRECT FRO AMERICA. The only Company f the kind ever seen in this C untry, -anoDUCIN TiE FAMIU S AMERICAN PIANIST 2 men. Hensr Dc ,ie (Styled the Fiat o Wonder). COMBINED WITS1 VIOICE IS THE WORLD'S RAND PRESENTATION FESTIVAL Gifts ! Gift I Gifts ! TO THE AaMl TINT OF. To be given away during t ur stay in your City. ( Valued at £. 0 -Retail). sf- We import all our lead ng GIFTS direct from America, hence our bility to- make, such liberal distributions to our dienco. '** In order to enhance the nerits of this COLOS. SAL ENTERTAI.N,\I T, the Management will givo away (free of cost) on The Openi g N ight THE FOLLO VING :VALUABLE Ai D USEFUL Presen S ! A Lady's open-face Gold W. thel A Gentleman's Double-cased Silver Watch: A Beau...

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

NOTICE. ADVERTISEMENTS can be received forh Paper at ALBERT S. M ANDERS CO.'S PHESS AGENCY, 91, Little Collins-street East, MELBOURNE; also at ALBERT S. MANDERS A?n CO.'S PRESS AGENCY, ADELAIDE, where File Copies of .the paper may be inspected. Wa ed to uy, 1 ®o® BAGS FP D . d SEED OATS; also, HAY y quantity. Apply, J.MES LOCKARD, Hf and Corn Dealer, A uburn-street. SMRS. YOSPER . H ALN REMOVED to Sloane.streq next L or -ailway Hotel, continues/ o RE. CEIV PILS , FOR THE PIA, RTE AND SI ING. W. W. RICH1RDSON, Mechanics' Institute, Goulburn. Ladies' Gold Geneva Watches, from £3 10s Ladies' Gold English Lever Watches, £15 to £25 Ladies' Silver Geneva Watches,from 32s Gents' Geneva Watches, from £2 to X£10 Gents' English Levers, fro £5 to x£33 Independent Centre Se onds for racing, &c.,:.8. 0s to - 0 English Lever, gold' hl tin minute repeater, thi?ono 1ete. b anRce; aind all iinPlirov lent 5. A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF .CO"LO C K S, fr n 9s. PO0KET .MAGNETIC COMPASSES, 2s 6d each....

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

. INQUESTS. Or Saturday last ,Mr. Betts held an, ihquest at Inveralochy conceriing the death of a young man named Frederick Thomas Maidment, wliho' on the?i previous evening met with ai. accident which resulted fatally. Williamn George Maidment deposed: I am a farmer, and reside atInveralochy; the body viewed by the coroner aid jury is.that of my brother; on Friday eveniog myself. and my brother' put some mares troutigh. froinm ine paddock to another; to do so we had todlift the gate off its hinges, as Mr. Douglas had the key; after, we:had done so I saw de ceased looking tt the fence as if calculating its height; I said; "What are ?you looking at ?" he replied, ".I think the Spy Colt could jump that;" he then" went iup to the fence and stood against it with his chest, and said at the same time, "Oh, it's lower than the dog-legged fence -I:jumped the other day ;" I said, " You had better riot try it -hlemight fall with you;" :after this we, put the gate on its hinges ,; \deceased 't...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 June 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT, MONDIAY, JUNE 20. BEFORE Messrs.NVoss and KI(ing. Robert Johnson', a lad, was charged with. using profane language in a pnblic place. " A second charge of? riotous behaviour was pre ferred against him. He pleaded guilty to both cliarges.. Constable Cochrane pioved the charges, and the bench ordered 'him to be imprisoned for three days for riotous behaviour, and on the first charge he was discharged. Walter Croaker and John Thompson, two boys each about 13 years of age, were charged with illegally using a horse, the property of Robert Thompson. Senior-sergeant Fenton stated that the war rant was",taken 'out by the father of one of the, boys, whose object' was to get the lads back again, and on the father appearing he stated lie did not wish to press the charge. The bench accordingly discharged both prisoners. John'Coleman, an elderly man, was charged with vagrancy. Pleaded guilty. The prisoner had been before the court be fore, and on his making a promise at th...

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

: BUNGENDORE. (From our Correspondent)     'ENGLISH PERCH.-On Saturday morning H. "G. Powell' Esq., of Turalla, received a con signmenit of two dozen English perch, per coach, from the Acclimatisation Society. They arrived.,safely, and Mr. Powell intends letting them go in some of the creeks which flow into Lake George. It is to be hoped that others will followthis, gentleman's ex ample, and introduce other varieties of fish into our magnificent lake, which at present is only inhabited by monster cod fish. ,:'Meteor.-A spiendid meteor was observed by a few gentlemen about IL50o p.n. last Saitudaiy night.: It came. from the east and traversed a considerable distaice in' a west arly direction, when it suddenly turned in 1i north-westerly direction. In appearance it resembled a huge sky rocket, and left a visible streak in its course for :some two :minutes after it appeared. Wallaby Drive.-On last Satuiddy as pa r viously announced, a drive took .place at the:...

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

BIRTH.     ON the 18th inst., the wife of G. J. VOSPER of a daughter, at her residence, Sloane-street, Goulburn.

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