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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. No doubt niany of our ?reders are familiar with the name of Mr. WV. J. Holloway, who has on several occasions appearedbefore a Goulburn audience in Shakesperian and other characters. During the last month Mr. Holloway, in conjunction with Miss Pomeroy and a talented company, has been performing at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne, in Shakespere's grand tragedy' "-Antony and Cleopatra;" Mr. Holloway sustaining the character of Antony. We extract from among others the following criticisms of the Mel bourne Press. The Argus of May 31 says " Mr. W."J; Holloway gives a careful .:and weighty reading of -the part of Antony; he looked the part better than some able repre sentatives of it who have' appeared upon the Melbourne boards." The same paper .in its issue of June'6th remarks-" Mr. Holloway's vigorously 'picturesque Antony will' be re membered as one of his best 'efforts` in Shakesperian drama;" anid, again, on the i Ith June, ' it says--=" Mr.. Holloway has established hi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

lillii?in Prices Ourreit: lo?,in'; ten £1 p:r ton;, sesoons, ;£12. 11 heat, 4 d per bushel Bread per 2.1'b loaf Oats; 2s. Gd. to 2s. 9d. per bushel - alize,?;2s10d. to 3s per buishel . Barley, 2s .Gd: to 2 sd ipee bushel Hay, £2 7s. Gd to £3 2a 6d per ton Strawi,' 30s. ti 35s per ton , Potatoes, £2 7s Gd to £3 pier ton Bacon, 4d ? er lb. Hamnis, Sd. .per' lb. :' B?utter, fresh, Is. to %1 3d. per lb salt, 5d. 8i. circl 3d per lb qggs, is. 7d. to ls. O9d.' per dozen Cheese, 4 d,.l to 5d. perlb. .. : . ", .' Bran, Is. 2d per bushel Pollard, .is,: 2d per busheil Onions, 8s. ier cwt. l at II etheis, prinie, 7s to 8s Store I eth'eri 5, " , Store 'Etwe, 4s. Od to 5s 0Od. Stone- Cattle, 22s.0 Pigs, 3d. to 34d.per lb.,, . Beef (retail), 211. to 3d. per lb. - Mutton (retail), 2d. oto.3d per 11I. /ides, 7s: 6d to 11s. each ' Sheepski is, 4d.'to 51d. per lb. Talloi, 2IS: to 22s. per owt. 11 att'lle'Ba'rk, £2 10s 'to £2 15s. per ton Pouldtry--Fowls; 2s. to 2s.d Gil. per pair ;, turkeys ::4s. Gd:...

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Wesleyan Band of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

yesleyan Band of Hope. ON Thurs?a?j night the competitive recitations at the Wesleyan Band of Hope were deli vered. This was the the third and deciding competition that has beeni ,hlield, and the ad judication of the , prizes ;took place, maiking: the meeting one of more than ordinary im portance to the little folks. The meeting was opened in .the usual way, and the Rev. F. Tait addr~essed the meeting; directing his re marks more particularly to the juvenile mein bers of the Band of Hope,; on whom he specially 'tirged the necessity: of teimpperance and industry, embellishing his re'marks:, with suitable pictures from real life that had come under his own notice in.the: course of. his ministerial career and he concluded by tell ing them, each and every one,; tolearn some uselul trade, business, or profession. The first competitive reciter was Sydney,); Fuller;: who rendered a piece that illustrated the benefits arising from the father of a famiily leaving the ranks of the drinking co...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

I: :;:GOMAIlERCIAL :INTELLIGENCEi iU , TRADE during .the ,week has beend rather quiet, but not.more so than 'is usual iat .this season of the year.,: Country orders '.will doubtiess'.be more p'lentiful as the :season advances. , '. , ..'Sheepskms. .A good ddemand :exists for these, at a figure sligltly .in 'a'dvance 'of. late rates , r ·id r ,, . :l H, ides,-These are enquired, for- by the l!cal .tainiers' anid' the de'lers" arnd a. lot could be iwell 'placed 'at fro'mi 7s'6d. to- is.' .;Tallow. 'Theenquiry for :this commoblity is encreasing ; and;buyers are' more plentiful, and 'offer from 8s 6d to 'ss 'per' cwt,;a't the railway station :, , . r attle-bark. Thie stock iat') the "'local tanneries are extensive but :anv tat. comes forward is taken at from ?2''os: to z z7s6 6d. per ton." - 1 ' - . " " '': . ' "-; " 'Breidstiiufs.Flour relimnsstaitioiery ; an may at any day be/easier:in:;,'price. In biran and .pollard,;, an;,active demand. exists, both :for lcal.requirements and.also f...

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

BREVITIES, No fire again at the Court house. The Goulburn Sons of Temperance Divison will meet next Wednesday eveniag; imi portant business. The Cosmopolitan will publish its- first issue on Friday next. A man named Smith for -selling obscene prints hlias been sentenced to ' twelve months', imprisonment in Melboure. : The Oddfellows of Singleton celebrated their 32nd anniversary on Wednesday last; the affair passed off well. The Serenaders are making: headway with the Goulburn public. The small-pox scare has extended to Cooma, but no actual cases have occurred. Mr. Cowderoy has been gazstted engineer for railways in the place of Mr. Mason, resigned. At'last thlie' Wreckedoship Queen of Nations has ?omefinced to go to pieces. ' The House of Couinm ? in England has defeated. the bill for the abolition of capital pi?aishment. :An iporeasc of four millions in the population of England has taken place duriuig the past ton years. The political: situation in Victoria is anything but satisf...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

Trevanian I The husbandhad left home at any early hour, in:,the evening,, to arrange- with the manager of one .of the minor theatres.for the forthcoming. pantomime, and to settle the terms of -their, engagement. As the hour advanced,;the wife became more arid more uneasy,, and, every, five minutes raised her eyes from the tinsel finery to the little, old fashioned clock, ticking monotonously over the. mantel-piece. Suddenly the ticking ceased-a sort 'of grumbjing noise: ensued, followed by a dull stroke.upon the bell of a tinie-piece : which feat accomplished, it went on tick-ticking as drowsily and- sedately as before. . It was one o'clock. - The female rose from her seat, carefully gathered up her work, and put it away : she was, evidently uneasy. at the lateness of the, hour.' : . 'Something must have occurred i' she said., :' I:will seek him ! And yet, should he-return and find me absent! No-no patience-patience !' There was .a fresh gust, of wind, which caused:the sashes of the...

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ADVANTAGES OF ABSTINENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

ADVANTAGES OF ABSTINENCE.: BYrTHEf HON. AND REV..' B.?y.NOEL: '. WHY should you' not abstain ? You would save money by it If you save tiwopence a day for twenty ? ears you would have £70, and ,thatiis like aking 'it out of tlhe gutter. It is pulling it aivay froii the publican's, and you ;would find .£70 to0 be a?ery good thiig when you are'. thirty-four years old . Saving money hells to getting. mbre. I heard a gentleman say; 'who employs many voikini? men in Manichester"? If"I can get a man to put -£io irito the Savings '?ank, th'at riian's fortune is made !". So if you can get £70 without doingg anything that would injure you, but? make you better, do :so , If I thought that you would be fiail mand weak, and not able'to': do' youi'r vork by ,bstaining, I would not advise it;. for health is a working man's fortune.,; Bu I lbelieve you would be stronger, anid would have more color in your cheeks: I:.lknow.a .young relation of mine wvho has made this ofie of his chosen rules ' Cold ...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

ODDS, AIID. ENDS, TiHE? rovisions of the New Zealand Chinese Immigration Bill,'which has passed the House of representatives, are to the following effect : -Ships arriving in the colony may not carry more than one to eveiry ten tons of tonnage; a polltax of,£zo is to be paid by every Chinaman to the Collector of Customs. If any: Chinaman desires to depart from the colony within three years he may recover his i0, but he must -give proof of. so many things that we should; think it unlikely much will be recovered. After three years, the money paid in by Chinamen passes iito.the maw of the all-devouring consolidated fund. An impoitant decisioi was given on Tues day at the Water Police Court, Sydney. It appeared that opn the 7th instant'Dr. Lawrie sued Miss Hall' iii the Small 'Debts Court for a debt alleged to be due, and obtained a verdict. As the defendant did not satisfy theclaim a writ of ft. fir, was issued, under which the bailiff seized upon several articles supposed to.be Miss H...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

T'eiegrapnlc Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRESPOND'NT5.1 SYDNEY, SATURDAY. THE Ministerial party are expected in Sydney on Monday morning. The latest from the quarantine station states that Rout's youngest child is exhibiting symptoms of small-pox. " The other patients are progressing favourably. Dr. Hodson re-visited a number of Chinese residents in the city yesterday, and reports that there is a marked improvement in regard to the sanitory condition of the Celestials, who show every desire to attend to the directions given them. The steamer Ocean arrived off the Heads this morning, and the agents intend to send her on to Melbourne.. The Government intend to proceed against all persons who` persist in ring-ba?iling, in spite. of the notices that have been issued. The Government have made arrangements for sendihg the two officers of the Marquis De Ray's expedition to - Port Said next inonth. - The Ship Queen of Nations is breaking up fast. The beach is covered with wreck age of all des...

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Reserves for Public Purposes. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

SReservesf for . 10110i o, .urposes. County of Georgiana, parish "of Tuena town of Tuena, area about i acre. The Crown' Lands withini the' following 'bound Ariesi Conmmencingj~at]'the right bank 'of TTuena Creek at- its intersection with the north-wvestern side of Griffin-street, being.a poinit"north-westerly from the northermost corner 'of section.:No.I" s; and bounded thence on the `south-east by that side of .that street south -westeily to Tuena 'Creek afore, said anid therice by tlat Creek dowvmn'ards to poitt of commencement. Coutnty of Georgiana, parish of Tuena, town of Tuena, area about ' robds. : The Crown Lands within the following boundaries: Com mencing on the north-eastern side of Tuena Creek at a point where the north-west side of Ernest-street meets that creek ;. thence bounded by part of that side of that street north-easterly to the south corner of pllotment No 'i of section No i i of the towo of Tuena aforesaid ; thence on the north-east by the soufithnest b6oundar...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

Or all seasons of the year the present is perhaps the most important to the horticul turist or to those persons who have a wish to improve their properties by planting orchards ,or gardens; and although the work of doing 'so may not appear to be of any very great moment, a certain amount of care and judg ment is necessary to perform the work in a manner that will ensure good results. The chief thing to keep in view in planting is " futurity." Too many persons look at the present time only and act accordingly, espe cially in the case of planting their gardens. Miany p'ersons will visit a nursery to select plants, and, using their own judgment, will choose the largest trees for planting, believing :that the larger a plant the sooner will their gardens be established. This is an error and should not 'be' practised. \Ve recommend young plants of all kinds for the purpose of planting,, and give our reason for so advising. In the same manner as a plant appears above the surface so are the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

W. W. RICHARI)U0N, MECHANICS' INSTITUTE BUILDINGS, GOULBURiNT, JEWELLE-R, H AS in STOCK a choice . selection of JEWELLERY, Just received from England direct fromitho manufacturers, and Fo, VYery Moderate Prices, All is of guaranteed quality. No spurious imi tation jewellery kept in stock, Silver Breast Pins, from is each • Rings, from 2s each S Bracelets, 7s Gd to 40s :, Broaches, 4s to 20se ,, Sets-Brooch and Earrings, from 7s Gd e,, Erril.gs, from 2s to,12s 6d ,Thimbles, from 2s Gd S,, ets Studs, from.10s . , Lockets,-; 7 6d to 25s / , Necklaces, 8s to 45s Gold Earrings, from 7s Gd , , Brooches, from 17s Gd ,,' Rings, from 10s to tl S Lockets,. from "lis to a ,Keepers, from 7s Gd' ,,Sets- Brooch And Earrings, from 38s SChains, from 50s Jet and Jet and Silver Jewellery. All Kinds of Watches Kept in Stock, REPAIRS executed on the premises at moderato prices. S W. W. RIOHARDSON, .Meloanics"Institute Biuildings, Goulburn. ORTTERIO1F I{OTEL, AUBURN-STREET, GOULIBURN. 9,HE Proprietor ha...

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SATURDAY, JUNE 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

SATURDAYi, JUNE 25TH, Before Mr. Alexander. Joseph lRhodes was charged with forging and uttering :a cheque for £L1 10s., purporting to be drawn by E. 0. Manfred. Constable Marshall deposed: About 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, from information I received I went to the prisoner's lodgiogs, and chargedhim kith forging and uttering a cheque for £1 o10s. in the name of F. C. Manfred; he asked me had 1 a warrant, and I said no, I did not require one; I then arrested him, and brought him to the lock up ; this morning I showed him the cheque, (pro. duced), and told him I charged him with forging and uttering; he said he was not in his right senses when he did it ; I received the cheque from Mr. Charles McAlister of tho.balutation Hotel. E. C. Manfred, architect, deposed: I know the peisoner; hlie was in my employ for the last three weeks as draftsman; I paid him a little over three. pounds by cheque on. two occasions; the cheque was drawn on the A. J. S. Bank, Goulburn ; the signature on t...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

G-OULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 24. BEFORE Messrs. Voss and Alexander. William Moran was charged with unlaw fully and maliciously breaking and injuring certain windows and. the wood-work of a house belonging to Thomas Moran. Mr. Betts appeared for the complainant. Thomas Moran deposed: The defendant is a tenant of one of my houses in Cowier street; I went and inspected the place on Tuesday last, but did not see the defendant; I found the windows broken, and fences' pulled down; timber had been taken off the roof, and a lot of sawn stuff destroyed, some of which was on the fire ; the things could not have been done accidentally; I could not find defendaint since last Tuesday; about Friday last I saw him, and complained to him about breaking, windows and burning the fences ; -he said he did it through drink; the breakages that I complain of are within the last month ;he has not paid his rent ; I have been pressing for it; the amount of damage done is worth about vý5 ;' this amoun...

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Lepers in Syria. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

Lepers in Syria; THESE men are poor lepers. You see they are seated by the road side; they are beg ging, holding out their hands; one at. the end is beating his breast, wailing for help. . They have little tin cans near them ; these are for people to drop money in. The.very :dogs snarl at them; they are alone, no one goes near them. This is a true picture of some lepers I saw in the Holy Land; it was.at: a village called Ramleh. That is a very pretty place; it is situated on the plain of Sharon. There is the beautiful plain, and behind that; far away, are the mountains of Israel.. These poor men are so,afflicted ?they cannot enjoy any of the beauty. The view in that neigh bourhood ,as so lovely I ; had my tents placed that. I might paint. a :large: picture; but these poor people came near, sat. down and kept crying out all, day longi " Oh, sir ; good gentleman ;, take pity upon us poor lepers'!: .!Give us money, good gentleman." I gave thenma lot of silver, money, and they went away...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

CABLE MESSACGES:.' w (From Sydney Dailj Papers. ) LONDON, June ;23: r ` Mr. Parnell announces his rintention of pro ceeding shortly on a second:tour in the United S ta te s . C o r. . : i : CONSTANTINOPL5E, June 22. Telegrams from Bulgaria sat'e tliat thfe Liberal leaders, who were esterday arrested on a charge of attackinig the' iPrince and in suiting the Government, have since beei re leased. Latest inteligence from. Phillipolis4eports that recent events in the neigebouring? princi pality of Bulgaria have been watched with the deepest interest by politicans :of :Eastern Roumelia. The arrest of the Liberal leaders was the cause of much aoitation. Several meetings have been held, :and resolutions passed expressing sympathy with the Bulgarian Liberal party. :." . PARIS, June 22. According to informatiorid?received from Tunis, excitemient has been ; caused .in. that city by the discovery of certain fratids by the Palace steward of the Bey, who is charged with variotis acts of peculati...

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

SLOPS. B- y TuE SEXTON.' CainES- gutter effluvia, and small-pox,; or; in othlier'wvords-Chinese plus stinkinig gutters equals small=po.. Is that admissible ?, I think so, aid while on the subject .I have! a word or itwoto say anient the gutters of ,our town' "We Goulbuirn folk say to each other, in ait calmr, superior way -" Ahpyes, there are soime strange holes about Sydney, and it's no ivonder the smiall-pox broke out.i' r But if we loobk at!honme if we 'take a walk and a few; pou?erful sniffs around this city we'll finid there are.' some strange places about Goulburn. The. Mayor, in view of an"outbreak of the disease, has comminendably issued instructions to lioiiseholdeirs to see to the cleaning of their yards. " Commenedably, I repeat; but with' no ill-giace;' mnethinks the ritepayers could retaliate wit"li-" First set :us the exariple: by, cleaning the foul'and stinking 'drains of :.the city.!' The Council in ;this .inatter are deser vedly lilan ed, and it's time a new state. ...

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GARROORIGANG TANNERY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

t GARURORIGtAN G . TABNJRl. WE promised :our readers in last Saturday's issue of the.'" Post," .where a report, of Mr; C. Gillespie's boot factory aippeared, thatiii order to make. the Ireport. of :.the, inidustry complete we would visit the tanniery, which we accordingly-did.on Thursday: last....:.;.:.;: The situation :of. the. tannery is.a grgand one, about two miles distantfri6m' Goulburn,; on the Braidwood road, and adjoinsi Mr. C. Thomas's :pad.dock,, on .one -.side, and :thie: Mulwarree river on the other. On .the bank of this river the Salix Babyloniea, or weeping willow, grows .vigorously;. and in the summer months presents a most striking appearance, affording great. shade..- ,As these; trees have been planted a considerable .:time,.they have grrown to .perfection and. *afford a.striking contrast with: the, wooden, bridge which spans the river near this :place, and iwhich. at the time of our visit, was, being screwed - up and repaired. . .,. The approach to.,the tannery is ...

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

. uE. .A N, YANj; - , * S(Fronm our Correspoden.) , ) " . ?'HE weather for the last sieek 'or tiwo .has been anything but pleasant. The severity of the winter is now telt by the stock, l and those who have to be .out in it., A severe south west wind is blowing,v with'i drizzl~in' . s Business is very dull. : '.'.,.'' . - On next Wednesday a meeting is to be heldiri the Chuirch School -room, for the pur' pose of formiing a Ch'urch of'England Tem perance Society, which is very mutch needed. Intemperance prevails in our cities, towns, and agricultural districts toa frightful extent. It may be truly said of oii body politic that the whole head is sick and the wliole hieart is faint, and .unless ,remedies be 'speedily and effectively supplied consequences, the most disastrous to us as a people "cannot be JlonE averted. No evil more .nearily 'affects oour national life and character, noineilmore,inijur ously counteracts the spirituial'work of.'the church;' and therefore no question more i...

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

MARULAN. (From our Correspondent.) I NOTE with satisfaction that our worthy townspeople are becoming aware of the necessity of keeping pace witlh the march of civilization, and in proof.of the assertion, witness the noble and imposing buildings that are being erected in our midst. Mr. VW. Cunningham, our leading storekeeper, ha§, with considerable pluck, taken the initiative, and at considerable expense just completed a fine two storied brick residence, at the rear of his store. Mr. W. Farron superintended and contracted for the erection of this build ing. and thle workmanship in every branch reflects the utmost credit on him. Mrs Carrigan, the worthy hostess of the Golden Fleece Hotel, not to be outdone, is following Mr. Cunningham's praiseworthy example, and in like manner is also going in for a two storey fabric of stone and brick, as an addition to her present premises. The work is progressing rapidly, and I trust ere long to breast the bar of the new hostelry, and imbibe of the...

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