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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evening Penny Post [PRINTED BY STEAM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOON It has the largest oirculation of any paper south of Sydney, and is a first class advertising medium TERMS OF SUBSORIPTION : 12es. per Aminnaru , or 3s. per Qusasrer :ne A4dvanTce. Any subscriber wishing to deolineo the papol must do so at the end of the quarters terminaiting in March, June, September, and Decemlier? is writing, or will be held reseunsible for the aniobun' of their subocription. JOB PRIN"-NG : The Evening Penny Post .ream Machins Printint Office is the OCHEAEST OFF CE OUT OF SYDNEY Job Printing. Ordcr4 executed at the shortest notic. AceCns " ,:s Queoaubeyan.....g ....... . h Caniberra ... '....".., Bdott' ' Guhndarco ';...;..'...M..;..FI. Ji:M.i Grath Ginisiderra . :'........ ..G IGillespie " . Giinnidg.;....;.,: ;,.;..i.., . , ?. ,?J. :Bell? Dali .... ;.....i l h....J. Wheatley: BBungendore o ....Jn...........n;.J. Mo Janntt 'ilrakingtown......

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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The Panama Ship Canal. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

The Panama Ship Canal. THE rapidity :wivith which the subscriptions fr th: te constructioni of the Pnaanin Shilp 'C~i~inl were taken up :by the public has been followed by an alinost equally surprising celerity in the cominencemenf:of the. works, grourid havirig. beenr broken' on the first of ~Flrijiaiy last.' A report by. ~'M de;Lesseps, redintly ijresenteditd t a general meeting of 'ihiarehdlders, conthined this announcement, to6gethlier 'Wiith m'uch iiteresting information as to th imiode by Which he proposes to carry out tlie work that is to separate the con tinienit? ,of -'South and North .America. 'J?istifiably sanguine as' to the ttiumphant termniinatiii: do thiS' ;great project, M. de Lesseps p'oints cut :that the piroblem is not complicated with a nunber of the difficulties which:. bes'et the construction of the Suez Cain:t that no lorts wiill hiave to Ibe fornied, that the inatei-ials to be dealt with ared of a nature far.more tractable than the :sands .0f Suez' -.thatthe ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, June 20. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

CABLE 'MESSAGES -: . (Frj m Sydney, Daily Papers . '- LONDON, June 206,. IN, the-.House of Commonusto -~ay a ques tion was put to.the. government as to;the truth...of.the. .stateinent, made. by the Daily NewTshitthe tli iistant, to the effect that the attention of the Udlited States authorities lid beli drin sto the operatilons of Feniains in Americdan cities. A reply by Mr Glad stone, on behalf of the governmenit, con firms tihe report in question and stated that it was quite, true,'anrid. that communications between the two governments were passing on the subject.: SUEZ, June 20: The British-India Compan's 'steamship Dorunda. sailed to-day for - the Quee~slanid ports. BRISBANE, June 21.: The British-India Company's steamship Alaioraified homewards to-day. LoNDow, June 20. The following are the latest commercial qflotations :* : At the wool sales to-day 5900oo bales were offered. Prices were firm. Large purchases: have been made for export.

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

T' revanian ! The brows of the lawyer unbent: he be gan to thidk that he had judged too hastily. 'I took you for his servant ' he observed in a milder tone. "'I was his servanti' interrupted Mairthla; 'but I have broken my chain! I was his drudge-his slave; but that is past: these rags,, my wretched appearance, prove how he iepiid me! Not content with degrading me,' she added, ' for years, he has robbed me of a large iriheritance; and this night, had I notfled, would have added murder to .the lbng list of his crimes i' ' 'These are fearful charges! said Mr. Foster, gravely; ' and, if false, you must be one of the most wicked as well as artfil of your sex ' 'And if true ?' 'The most outraged and oppressed:F, Martha drew from her bosom the will and letter, and placed them, ,without ~ne word of comment, in the hands of the speaker who, after motioning to her to take a seat, began to peruse them. As he proceeded, the-doubt's he had entertained vanished; Still one thing puzzled him: he c...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

QUEANBEYAN. : S (Abridgedfirom t.e Age). " Mi . JOHN DOONAN, contractorfor/the:clea ing, forming, gravelling; and extendifit?g thd wvalks in the recreation grotind, was riot losng belore commencing operations. He 'hs a staff of workmen busily employed, and is making rapid progress with his task. The ugly building known as the refrcsh'nent roboms was not sold as advertised, and still remains as a sad disfigurement to an otherwise beauy tiful plot of ground. The Late Tea-Meeting and Lecture. We are informed that the financial results of 'the above, after paying all expenses, are a coniti bution to the Presbyterian Mlanse Fund of ao. It is.in contemplation to make a spe cial effort at an early date to further increase the fund, so as to place the trustees in 4a posi tion to callfor tenders for the erection of the manse ori. the site adjacent to .St..Stephen's Church in this town. SThe:Rev. Dr. Steel.-This popular divine concluded his labours in and visit to this dis trict on Sabbath la...

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A Waggaite's Opinion of Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

A Wmaggaite's Opinion of Goulbtirn. i THE amount of agricultural produce, includ ing' pothtoes, raised in the distridt of G6ul-: burn is said to be enormoui, and taxes the utmost endeavours of the Railway depart ment to provide trucks for its carriage.j Siince the opening of, the June'e-Naindlera rail wiay; iine, 'Godlbiurin. :h?s found an excelleit market for-its -produce it Nandera... '.:. It is an unforttiate :thing for the town of Gdulburh- that sectarian:: differences are- al lowed :tobinfliiende: its residents-. Itihlias divided the town into two contending ftc trons, each striving fir s?pirpeinmac, anid a liberal associationi is t~ailked of, whose object sj~em;std6 b to counteract the'injurious eflects p-du~~cd byb thel foregoing differences . Goulburn seems destined to be the most classical town of the c'i lony. . It has two lady'~s colegs, one of whiii h is infi condnection with- the- Romrin C-atholic' Converit.: The boys' colleges are, first,-. -that managed by Dr. Sly, wh...

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THURSDAY, JUNE 23. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

THURSDAY, JUNE 23. SBefore Mr. Voss and Dr. Davidson; ,. One drunkard was cautioned and& dis charged. i Thomas Cunningham was charged with unlawfully assaulting Robert Franklin on the 2ist instant. Plea not guilty. Mr. Davidson appeared for the defendant. Robert Franklin, a barrowman, deposed : On Tuesday at the sale, between one and two o'clock, Ned Blackshaw bought a barrow and took the wheel from it, and I took 'the other part and put it by the wall; defendarit came up and said nothing should leave this yard until its paid for; I replied Blackshaw gave it to me; defendant said if I did not leave this very soon he would know where to put me, and caught me by the neck and put me out in the street; I went to the house to speak to the auctioneer, and he stated that Blackshaw had paid for the barrow; defend ant knocked me about, and I fell on the ground; I told defendant that I had disease of the heart, and to mind what he was about; he then caught me by the arms and put me ou...

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CONSTANTINOPLE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

CONS?TANTINOPLE, TUESDAY. i THE latest fromi'Bulgjai?aS tates the difficulties between Prince Alexander and the liberal section of his subjects has reached the climax, and several prominient persons have been arrested on a charge of attacking the Prince and insulting theGovernment. Earl Dufferin the new British Ambassador of the Porte, arrived yesterday and received marked courtesy by the Sultan, who referred cordially to the amount of frendship between Great Britan and the Ottoman Empire.

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

QOULBURN ITEMS, A SINGLE meeinig snthe insolvent estate of Patrick ,Murphli pf f uburiin-street was held at the police-office ysefrday beforeMr Vioss, actiug. district .commissioner. Mir. Carter, appeared on behalf of :setieral creditors, and stated that 'MIr: Davidson: hadi asked him to conisenit to a:-iostponemeht, -which he was wiiling :it? acced~ to ihn con~ideration of 'the costs obf the piostponement b'eing allowedd. Th-is not being agreed to, the case was then proceeded with, when:.the followinig debt's were proved by MIr. Ganno :-On behalf of. Mr. C. Gillespie, £J5s 6s 3d; Enochl Tayior and Co., £J6s 8s.6d; Messrs. Hunter, Syd ney, ,-96 ..7s. :Mr. Carter provel iOn behalf:of William Herman and.,Co, 4:,'8 3s 9d Riley Brbthers J57': 3sg 7d;. :The meeting then closed-." We have with regret to repoirtt.he death'of Mr fjoiin.-Franlcis Keiny,:J:.P, :which took place on Tuesday last at:.his late residence, -Greenwich-Park. The deceased gentleman hadformerly resided-at Kenny's Point...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.) LONDON, WEDNESDAY. The total population of Ireland is 5,r50o000, being a decrease ot a quarter of a million during the last'decade.'

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

:BREVITIES. No more smallpox. A woman named Purcell was found dead .i i er, bled at.-Murrurundi on Tuesday last. 'MIr. Garvin and his family, while on their wa~yi f6 cl;urch lasf Sunday in' -boat, had a narrow escape from drowning, the, boat hav ing capsized. ' "' A child namnied Mackay died at Lake Albert in the Wagga district on Friday last from burns received duiing the absence of his:mother.: . -The Cliinese are being shunried by all classes in the metropolis. AMasonic Ball on.a grand scale will take place oni :the 2i1st 'July at Orange. A public meeting has been held at Cooma, whien it was resolved:that the.governm'ent be requested to construct a bridge over the Cooma Creek in Sharp-street. The South Australian Ministry resigned oin Tuesday.last, and Mr. Hawker has been Sent for to form., a new Ministry. "Rice I thrives as a crop in the Jolhnstone River district, Queensland. . · . An itmportant battle' has been fought in Afghanistan :against !.Ayoub .Khan;,, Tiie Ameer's troops...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

WnVd ed. Y Timorrow Night, \5O PAIR P~ EONS., B /T.uMo ALISTERkAuburn..tr ot. Wan td, A RAND BOY. B HEMAN'S T/LOR TABL1SHMENT. J'9 Wanted, / A H SMAID. Apply to Mus. RIo R D AuInn. P IVanted. A GA ENER-he must understan prening . an~ ~lting. Apply at the offi/ of this paper. VWEse tedl, / A GoQ D SPADESMA\S for Gardening ;eingl ..-e:en; English. ApjNlj Wax. NASH?, HarP Hotel. ,,- r aWanted, A G o?RAL SERVANT. Apply st"s SEENSON, Railway Hotel, Sloane-street' Wtanted, A GOOD PLAIN COOK. Apply, ;S. EMANNEL, Lansdowne, Wanllted, / A DIRESS-M AKER. A DO. FURNER& S. - Wanteel, T Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX oiEISHT BOYS. CHARLES GILLESPIE, 61n. W?Yanled, EIIGBT OR NINE SMART BOYS Apren tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factor . Aly WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-street. BOOT TRADE, / WTANTED, A YOUTH for the Up~eom at Wood and Co.'s Boot Factory. Apply at once to W. T. WOOD & CO., Auburn-street. T NDERS A RE invited for \Brick-work of 3 Houses, labour only. C. ROGERS. TEN...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. THEPresbytery of Goulburn, by its Moderator, the Rev. Robert Jackson, M.A., of Yass, inducted the Rev. Robert A. Steel, M.A. to the pastoral charge of the Presbyterian Church in the district of Queanbeyan. The Rev. Dr. Steel, of Sydney, preached at the request of the Presbytery. At a social meet ing: on the same evening Mr. Steel received a cordial welcome, when addresses were delivered by Mr. A. Affleck, J.P., of Gunda roo, who presided; by Mr. John Gale, and by the Rev. Mr. Gibson, of the Wesleyan Church; the Rev. R. Jackson, M.A., and the Rev: Dr. Steel. The Rev.. R. A.: Steel, M A., responded.' On the 17th a lecture was delivered in the' Temperance Hall by the Rev. DDr. Steel, on" The' Monuments 'of Egypt'," illustrated by large diagrams. The .chair, was occupied by Lieutenant-Colonel Russell, P.M. 'At:the inquest that was held on the Chinese boy, who was found murdered in a waterhole ,at Farrell's Flat, near Scarsdale, Victoria, and for which two sons of a man na...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDFN'IS.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. UUP to the present time no additional reports are curient abouit the outbreak ot small-pox; but the authorities still continue most ener getic in their work of cleansing and purifying the city and suburbs. Doctor ;H6dson.is pursuing his investiga tiozis in thelower part of. George-street, and most of the Chinese dwellings are found to bie in a cleanly condition. He vaccinated 90 policeman yesterday, . The Ministerial pairty reached Glen Innes on the hdmeivard trip yesterday afternoon, and met with tIh& same demonstrations of welcime -iwhich ?;ere extended to them in other partsof.the Clarence district, and were entertained at another banquet in the evening. They were to start for Armidale this morning, and will probably reach Sydney on Sunday. SThe Diocesan Synod occupied the greatest part of yesterday in discussing matters con nected with the Board of Missions, and allu sion was made to the ruffianly. a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

I TO-(IG?HT'S GREAT. EVENT!I .i 1echanics' Institute, Goulburn, At 8 o'clock. OPENING HOUSE CROWDED TO THE DOORS! Electric Success ! EverybOdy Delighted! ? LkST 3 NIGIHTS A This Thur2 day, FRIDAY, and SA URDAY Evenings, JUNE 23nD, 241 Ir, ANu 2'ru, 1881. THE A IERICAN ERE ADER - AND THE W)RLD'S GRAND F PRESE ATION ES T IV A L Ak&. Ren 'i Davies (The Pian Wonder). Presents to be (iveB Away To-night: A Benautiful Watch Tea and Coffee Service ('our Pieces) CruetStand, Cakc.Baske 3 Butter Coolers And 40 other Presents. Entire Change of Progra e To-night I Prices of Admission: Front Seats, 3s. ; and Seats, 2s. ; Back Seats or Gallery, Is. TeiURSDAi , JUNE 23, 1881. THU~RSDAY, JUNE 23, 1881.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

BUTLER'S VERY POPULAR HIii - OLASS TAILORIN O! ,i: Five (5) Cases O/ SPLENDID WINTER WOOL OPENED A TBI:ESE inimitable Woollens are really [lRST CLASS in PATTERIN as well asc XTRA ORDINARY in QUALITY, comprisin :--Scotch Tweeds, ,est of hugland' Tweeds, Gcelong Tw.cdo (Albiuon Mills), Superlinue Broadcloths, aud novel ties in? Worsted and Cashmere CoUatings. GtUentlemeu (and especially clergyuneu) would do well to call and inspect these materids. Really g?ood suits made to measniure, properly shrunk, oilff thesoe exceptional Winter Twreeds at our popular prices, viz, Three to Five Guineas. Save a Do?tor's Fee by a \WVam Suit (buttoued over chest) from Butler' establishmeut. \Ve are known to carry on vigorously the LARGEST TAILORING TRADE IN THE COLONY (out side Sydney). Suits made at our establishment are guaranteed in writiug to give lengthened wear, *hand-m:de, properly shrunk, proper 'lic, superior cut, siplendid work, tast, and tlurneid out in artistic style. Web do not try to ai...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

QOULBURIN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22. BEFORE Messrs. Voss, Conolly, and Alex ander. Thomas Cunningham was charged with assaulting Robert Franklin. Defendant did not appear. Constable Drummond proved service of the summons on defendant at his residence on Tuesday afternoon. A warrant was ordered to issue for his apprehension. John Bates was charged with illegally tres passing upon crown lands near Marulan, Mr. Gannon appeared for the defendant, who pleaded not guilty. Constable Agassiz deposed: I am crown lands bailiff for the district of Marulan; on the x3th instant I saw the defendant engaged in stripping bark on government land near the Wollondilly river in the parish of Eden Forest, about eight miles from Marulan; I asked defendant if he had a license; he re plied that he had not; I asked him alsoif he was aware that he was cutting timber on government lands; he replied-" Yes,: I know every inch of the ground, and thought that any free-selector might cut timber on any crown...

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

GOULBURN BOROUGH GOUNOIL. THE regular meeting of the above took place last evening. Present: the Mayor, and alder men Hawkins, Mc Connell, Wombey, Cald well, Osborne, and Taylor. The minutes of previous meetings were read and confirmed. ,Correspondence inwards and outwards was read, arid revised. . The finance report was read and received, as follows: Wages sheet for week ending 10 June, 1881, £Y28 15s 9d; ditto, ditto, 17th June, £25 lls lid-; J. B. Salmou, salary, £5; ditto,, commission on £131 9s Sd, £6 lis Gd; W. Sibson, salary, £2_2s 4d; R. Jackson, cosspit account, £24 8s 11d; Gas Company, .lighting lamps, £50; Lithgow Valley Company, drain pipes, £15 Is 3d; Railway Department, trainage, £4 19s 7:; Fuller and Hines, balance on assessment, £ 5; A. and T. Stewart, ironwork, £24 9ds. Total, £192 10s 3d. "On the motion of Alderman Wombey seconded by Alderman Osborne, it was .adopted. ., " The improvement committees report was read and received; and after being considered ?.serinti...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 June 1881

DIED, AT Pejar, on Wednesday, 22nd instant, Mr. RICHARD SIGGS, after six months' painful illness. Aged 73 years. FUNERAL.   THE friends of MR. RICHARD SIGGS SEN.     are respectfully invited to attend his   FUNERAL, which will take place on FRIDAY   NEXT. The procession will move from his late resi- dence, Pejar, at 7 o'clock a.m., and reach Gouburn at 1 o'clock. JOHN KELLY, Undertaker.

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

SYDNEY ? MARKE S.L Tlie; producei?narket Ihas been tolerably :sell' supplied ::'during the week. The .wool :inaikettisiincreasing in activity,- and buyers enerailly attend; and -keen competition for ainy lots'` offered ensues. Messrs.:Mort and Cod.' lield a' `sale? ?duri?g the'i' week, which realised,!for greasy 8 4d to 9/d per lb; and for scoduredr4k/d to '9d; and up to 15/d f61ifleede.< (Faulty). -.... Sheepskins.-An active demnind exists for allkinds,;'ad sbme have been sold during the veek' at :iipr/ce. equal to 6d : per, lb:, according to the growvth of wool, and con ditioon hnarrival t. Hides.-The tone of the market for these is slightly improving ; extra heavy weights well cured realised at auction ulp to 4/d.' light and dry the sanie ,price;:, inferior from. 2/d to 3d per lb; Bonies--aire worth from -4 ios to ?9 per ton. Horns--from 5s to 25s? per'?izoo. SLeather.-The marketiis the same as vwe reported last':wveek the suppy being fully equal to the demianda,.:: W?...

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