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

G anteel. SGODGENERA SERVANT. R er A e ces required. ply to MRds. EP. HERD South Hill, Goulbu . WV:. ted. TEND S for Bric ork, Plasteri , and S ,dr.cases for 3. \HOUSES. Separate tender. C. OGERS. Wanted. aaRDENER-he must understand r ing an grafting. Apply at the office 9a' ite, . Ak NERAL SER NT. Apply to nies, _--S VENSON, Railw Hotel, Sla?e treet Wansteed, A GOOD PLAIN COOK. 'Apply, MRS. EMANNEL, Lansdowne, Al WVante fd, A RESPECTABLE GIRL as GENF AL SERVANT. Mas. HERRIOT, 9ffford street:. Waus ted. ST.O YOUTH for an BOOT FINIS ING. O od Wages,. J. 1ONAN, B3axtes Cot. tages, llesmere-street. S .-Wanted, A DRE SS.-MAKER. O. FURNER & S W anated. ,T Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX or E HT .BOYS. CHARLES GILLESPIE, &1urn. W?anted, " IGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as Ap e' tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factory. ply' WOOD &. CO'S., Auburn.street. BOOT TRADE, ANTED, A YOUTH for the Upper at Wood and Co.'s Boot Factory. Aly at once to W. T. WOOD & CO., Auburn...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 June 1881

S[REUTER'S .TELEGRAM?.] LONDON, FRIDAY. IN the House of Commons the Secretary of State for the Colonies stated that the Government intended to consider the ques tion of slavery and kidnapping the natives of the Island of the Pacific. A letter from Mr. Gladstone is published in the papers this morning, referring to the settlement of affairs at the Transvaal. The Premier considlers that the Boers who re mained loyal to the English are not entitled to compensation, in consequence of the with drawal of British rule from the Transvaal. The three deputies of the National Assem bly, murdered at Bulgaria, and other victims, are all.members of the Liberal party.

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

Tailoring Beipartmenit. Salter's Gold Nodal Tweeds from Mielbourne -xhibition Scotch, Bannock urin , West ]Eng land, & Aust 'a. an-mac Beds Si parlor Coatings estings; c,, &c. r W fED SUITS ' 0 )RDEl, fron £2 15s to TRO SERS ' D. IER TS T ORD ?, from 30s t . Os. P .RFECT FIT UARANTEED. Garments hand-made & Thoroughly Shrunk, William Davies & Co., AUSTRALIAN S ORES. Just Arrived, \. <G. DEN SEEDS, SUL ,i LE FOR PRES NT SOWI 'fG ON: ITNG of Peas, :ions sorts Ca bage, ., it ditto .Cress, C age Let1 e, 'elery, Turni ? o her Radi a, Cauliflow arious), Beet c? 'arsle ? ar it, Must ", ar ip, Oni n, oy, &?c., , o? -be, Sold at Otly Sy ey rices. These seeds are from one of the esot nurseries in Sydney. V A. A. KERR. Ag rgyle Drug Store, S GOULBURN. L. WEIS BERGER, IMANUFAOTUR ER OF CIGARS To his Royal Duke of Edin To hiS Royal burgt, G., Highness the &c., &c. And the Original Tobacconist in Goulburn, S THANKFUL to the Public ...

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

Notice to Storekeepers. NXO PERSON is authorized to R CURE jL ANY GOODS without my writthrder, W. DUNCA,/ o~k~r. MRS. VOSPER H AIVI REMOVED to Sloane.s re ext El oo [-railway Hotel, contin es t RE OCEIV P1LS FOR THE PI N ORTE ANDS GING. The Australian Joint Stock Ba R. OUL URN.., THIS BA K will be OSED on 'RIDAY, the 1 of July next, or the H LYExALY BALANCE AccoUNre. Cusetom a will please han 1 in th r pass-books to be ma up, JAMES B OWNEHILL, Manager. 24th June, 1881. NOTICE. .AL parties are CAUTIONED GAINST A ESPASSING UPON MY AND AT NOR 0 D either by removing th ir Stock witho t aying for the Agistment or obtaining leave, S ooting, or therwise; and a y persons having emoved ock since the 2 at ultimo without p are requested to SETTLE ACCO NTS AT ONCE, otherwis egal pro ceedings will be taken. ROBERT J. SHIRRIFF, By his Attorney, JOHN DAVIDSON. Special for To-Night, AT CAMBOURNE' Men's Under Vests, from lId Men's Paget Coats, from 14s 9d Men's Tweed Trousers, from Gs 9 SLadies' Bla...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

T ,'? .Tref va-nl ' an!'' i: The wretclied "old 'mad gave :a cynical smile: it 'wotild be'is'dnie' doiisolation, he /thought, if he coiIldblhist the reputation of his :grand daughter in; the opinion of-.her: legal adviser and only friend. ' . 'Did slihed cirry he hjiobrcriS'ysofar i' ast tell you tliat ? he stiid-. '' u:'" ' . i 'And morel' contintied: Mrli.ost?r Ie- laps she saw by iycoutihitnc: thit viwas not convinced-for: she a'dd h e sessed certain memorandain yourhand-writing ,vl ich 'would prove at:hny time, it: necessary, how the inlant first ciaine: under her care: V H-"as she shdwn them?' eagerly demianded her grandfather."/ . 2 • '1N ot yet,'; ' , ', ,"::: " ...' " U'. SHis visitor iras 'an a?t bserver, and .he noticed :that the fallen:i man breathed a more freely on: hearing that-lie had-niot seen them all of which tended, to confirmn him. in the opinion he entertined oflthe'truthftulless of Martha's statements."' .' ," ' What ansnwer a i'iI to,'.tke ?back ?' he asked. ,...

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The Spread of Diphtheria. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

T .. he. spreald o f-1i0tipliheria, - .... THE Uinusually large number of fatal cases of diphtheria, inowlo ucchirrig inl Ne~ iYork .and Brooklyn, and-- in many- rural districts- as well as in ouilar gest :towlns; call-for ,especial care.and intelligence in preventing the genera tionl arid spreading of this 'terrible disease Thei fl6loinvg statemenit of the'syimipjtbomis' o the disease, and the p~recautiobihs to be taken where i :prievailis is b ing lis'tribtii&d'tyithe Health lDepartment. of .New- Yorlk. , Every body should read 'it ad attend to its ivarn ings. L SCleanliness in and ahround. the dwelling, and ~ipre airin iiving and sleeping rooms, are ot the~utmost importance where, any con tagiosiis'idiseises is prevailing, as. cleanliness tends bothi to prevent and mitigite.it. Elery kinid 'andsoiirce of filth around: and-in'l-tie hbuse-should?l b'e thoriughly removed; ;cellark and foTul areas should becleaned and 'diseni fectedj ildriins shoiuld be put.in.'perfedt repair...

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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

BUNGENDORE.,.,-. (From our Correspondent. ) A CHEAP BULLOCK:-On last Saturday Mr. D. Leahy yarded a bullock which has been runningiaht.large for the last four years oh Tiralla *estate. The owner of this beast has tried on several occasions to put it in a pad dock,but always failed, and in course of con versation the other day with Mr. H. Powell, informed Mr. Leahy that if he could by him self put the bullock in his slaughter yard, -lie would make him a : present of. him, and fail ing to'do so, he ,was to give Mr. Powell. 5 for thde'bullock.' Mr. Leahy started at one o'clock on Saturday, arid though he had not above half a miile to go,v where .the beast was running, it,,was".exactly a quarter past four; .when he had him ;safely yarded. Alter several attempts by:tthe' bullock: to unhiose the'"rider, het't last succumbed, and was yarded with some cattle. The animal is cer tainly one of.the'wildest that hias been yarded. about here,.and bellows and riushes at iany .one:who-goes near the...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

QUEANBEYAN . ,..ST.SPIIeN's .(.OHWnOI, QUi'AN YAN ,--¶The r is to be a meioting at noon on Wednesday:nex:t in the above church, of the ooeimittee of management, and afterwolds a Kirk seeoron, at the folmer of whichall miimlie"; ofthle committeo, and at the latte all eldeiei' ire expected too be-sen;. p ,e" Church of En1g PndP Tmrn eIance Socioepy. --Wo have .liad that the hRev. J; Auchinlcl'tos?s held a meeolig in the Church of IEngland School room on Wednesday eveing lag t for the purpose of organlising a branch of the Above society, for tihe encouragoment of total abstinence, and for those who siill not go to that extrneme, moderation in the use of intoxicants. In the absence of any intima tion given to us that such a meeting was to be held, theoAge of coiase sent no reporter to the meeting. There were about thirty persons present, of whom several joined the movement. Mr. W. Gillespie.-Thisgentleman, who was re. ported ,to be suffering blood poisoning from the effects of a cut on ...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

w ..:. ,:-,.: ;GUNNING.: (From our Cor+espiondent.) ' SONS OF TEAIPERANCE,--The Albert Division held theii lialf-yearlyi meeting last Wednesday evening. All the officers were present ex cepting.:ile- ; Chaplain. ..One member was initiated. Election of officers for the ensuing six months resulted as tollows :-W.P., Bro. J. E. Adams; W.A., Bro.. F. W. Connolly; Chiplfiii, Bro. I-I C. Wheatley ; F.S., Bro. D. Green Treasurer, Bro. J. Bell; R.S., Bro. W..hWheatley; A.R.S., Bro. A. H. Line; Conductor; Bio: W. Cobban; Ass.C., Bro. A. ,?C "'Wheatley; I.S., Bro. E. WheatleyI; O.S., Bro. J. Woodger. The P.V.P.'s chair will l.b filled by Bro. . T. Wheatley. In lefer ence to the proposed hall, it was decided should the lonii applied for be granted to at once lhae plains and specificatioins drawsn and cal'for tfenders. --RUNAWAY.--The townspeople were alarmed on-Friday last 'to see a horse, attached to a spring cart::in which were two sons of.:the Revi. :C,-Kihgsmill, tearing along the street a...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

Church of England Working Men's Literary SAssociation. A FAIR nulmber of members w;ere preselit at the usual meeting of the above society, held last evening in the large room at the A.M.P. Society's offices, Montague-street.. In the early part of the evening the chair was occu pied by the Ven. Archdeacon Puddicome, and later by the Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Irvine., After the preliminary business had been dis posed of, Messrs. Geo. Schofield and 'R. F. Edmonds were elected members of the asso ciation, and one gentleman proposed for membership. In answer to a communication from the Secretary, a letter was-read from Mr. P. G. Myers, M.P., expressing his willingness' to deliver a leture to the memi bers of tle s'ociety on,the ijthJul?--?+sib?bject,, '" Literairy Societies.', Thef Rev.j ·Charies Kiiigsmill, who is at presentain town, salso ihtimated that'he 'would be happy to deliver a lecture on "Java" next Mondaj, evening. It was decided that the same should be held in the old meeting-room, a...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. A DISASTROUS railway accident has occurred in Mexico. A train full of passengers was thrown into the river Curtela, and two hundred passengers immediately killed. Another rising of the native tribesat Tunis has taken place, causing a panic amongst the European population. The Turkish Government has commenced the evacuation of the territory ceded to Greece. The troops are marching out of Arta, a Turkish town 42 miles south of. Janna,

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

GOULBUIR NITEMS. A RUMOUR has been spread in the town that oh.account of the strictures niade by a con tiributor to this journal on the conduct of the firemen and engine-drivers at their annual dinner that they have been the means of causing:us to lose a large number of sub scribers. To such rumour, in order to' place ourselves right with our readers, we mast give a most emphatic denial, and take this opportunity of stating that the Post has not lost any subscribers,, and that is in creasinrig 'in circulation every issue ; and w?hiist oh'tihis'siibject wVe deem it our dtity to cautiion these .,Government servants that if we hear any riorejof it.we slhall make our complaint~ to head quarters, besides prosecute those who spread the: report. :':- ' ,- ., " . ... THE COurt was crowded yesterday with spectators; "who wverd "attracted thither; no' doiubt;' by the sFeeiel cdases that were heardI In the case of IBills y. Furner rather lenigthliy evidreice waS te-ndered, ind the Bench *e ser...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [FRO~I OUR OORRESPONDERi?TS.1 SYDNEY, TUESDAY. AT a meeting of the Committee of the Rail way City Extension movement yesterday, to consider the question of the appointment of a deputation to wait on' the Minister of Works to support the movement, they.decided not to hamper the Goverifmeut by urging any special route. It is ekxpected that the deputation will iriterview the Minister on Friday next. Tlie'attehtion 'of the Churchi of England Synod-wis'occupied yesterday in the discus sion upon the report of the committee on thei. ieligous, instruction in public schools, which stated that. the movement had been indififerently supiported hitherto, and better pecuniary support should be enlisted in future. . The forthcoming Parliamentary promises to be' on'e of business greater than has been held for many. years. It is stated that the Government 'are prepared with a large number of important 'measures, and are ready for the inimediate introduction of'the Chinese Bi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

SGOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evening Penny Posei [PRINTED BY STEAIM] 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: 12s. per An smu, or is. per Quartee in Aelvansce. Any subscriber wishing to decline the paper' must do so at the end of the quarters terminatin, in March, June, September, and Decemher, is, writing, or will be held responsible for the amoun' of their subscription. JOB PRINT'NG' : ; The Evening Penny Post itehm Machino Priiitih Office is the CHEAPEST OFFICE OUT OF SYDNEYj) Dif Jsb Printing. - SOrders executed at the shortest notice.: 0 . Agentos Qneanboyan...P.;.:.-... .:-?.E.P;. Longh !,.: Canberra .o....I...o........t:. .... h. ootby Gundaroo ..........?'....iH J M Grathi" Giniaderra .......G.......... Gillespe Gunuieig.. 11. ... ......,ATH- Line Daltoni ?..W. J..W\liatley';-" Btungendore .c.a.... .JMJdnett ,liskingtown..E....E Walsh ...

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BREVITIES. GOULBURN Division to-morrow night. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

:i i ~BREVITIES, GodrUiBvRN Division to-morrow night. '1 The postioffice is nearly:completed. : . S29,'269'tons of coal.were.exported fron?i Newcastle last week; ai'd ~o67y i9s 7d re ceived as revenue by the Custom's authorities: ! The Darling River,- near Wilcaiinia, ;:is :iot navigtble; nbr: is there any likelihood bf, its benig:so for some time to'come.. ? VThe' Royal: Princes have sent homeb triohies of tli clhase they had had in A4~,e laide, which will no doubt be thoughit much, of bythe ' old folkS at home.!'j :. i i Every resident:dof Goulburn should comn mence thle ,practice of burning sulphur .int their houses at least once a week. j Farmdrs should be-up and doing in the matter of: experimental farms. The Govern meit only want asking-in a forcible mainner to takle steps to estabiish them. : I SThe 'Newicastle Coal Company has defi nitely,declined to ac'ede to the wievies h of thd miners employedT??y,.?them. - SThe reports from the Grafton district speak favorably of the gol...

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"MAUD" TO "THE SEXTON." [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

*'MAUD" TO "THE SEXTON." (PER FAVOR OF IDITOR EvaNIcu PENNY POST.) DEAn " Sexton," you have touched my heart, But not with Cupid's fire I fear it is grim death's cold dart, And this is my desire That you retain your shovel and spade, Change not for me your ghostly trade, For 1 could never hope to sip Connubial joys from your cold lip; I'd rather die a maid. P.S.-Observe how nicely I've relieved you of the trouble of taking the borrowed spade to " your uncle." G(olspie, June 27th, 1881.

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

ODDS .AND ENDS..: :A telegrami from': Melbourne, Sunday, states :-Th'etPrinces arrived on Satuiday afternoon at the Spencer-street station punctually at twenty minutes past 4. o'clock. Whei-the special train drew up at the plat form there was a large crowd and much che'eriig;:"; Two of the Governor's open carriages and an escort of mounted police' were' in attendance, and the party at o'nce proceeded along Collins-street and Swanfston-: street,'' to . Government. House, where -tfie:;i 'Princes were presented to the iGover:or.3i iThe route was lined with people, and soime flags were displayed. TleI :Prinics acknow ledged 'the cheers! as itheyiq drove.,,rapidly along. The jonrney.,, ifrom -:vHamilton-: occupied; eight! hours.ýi:; At, iGeelong:r tan'd: Ballarat,-, where stoppages :occurred,-ea;the? stations were: kept clear. : At Ararat;,;thei a Mayor and councillors gave the:.Princes -a welcorhe, *and they were rapidly" driven 'through.the town. The Princes, after'being presented to. ...

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COLLECTOR BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

COLLECTOR BIREVITIES. Crookwell people think more of the Argyle representatives than we do. Taralga complains of. being left out in the cold:as,regards tramways. No wonder; they should-read "The Farmers' Solace." (Vide Argus, June r7th.) SPartiality exists other than you complain of. Election time will come round again, when pie crust promises won't go down. ,We:don't-want a tramway to Collector, but ordinary. local matters attended to. A sum- of money wanted for repairs to road Collector to Lake George. Repairs urgently required on the Public School buildings. -The:whole of the Public School grounds require fencing. The recreation ground needs to be com pleted; A sum for the purpose required. The member for Yass Plains secured an annual grant for the Gunning rec. Trustees should be appointed to:look after; the recreation-ground-some one that would take an interest in it. The traffic on the road from Collector to Breadalbane is increasing.daily. Repairs on it are much needed, but wh...

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CABLE MESSAGES. MADRID, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

CAB LE MESSAGESC S(F re Sydney I Daily Papers. , ,i ? DRID, june 24. INTEtLIGENCE has ?been, received by :the. 3y.gn enkP o a terrible occurrence at e ai da,' a place mi Algeria, which for sone tne, past has beenl colonised by.:Spaniards. The , set tlegs, in commo?,with the Freip?h ,.residents havelately been regarded with much hostility by, theenative:Algerians, 0vlo}reently,rose in iebellion: SThey .nere suddenly aittacked by a ;large.number of Arabs, andi as they, were taken unawares, they were unabled to offer a proglonged resistance;:) One hundred colonists were killed, and 40010 ere eitheir wiounfded or carried off prsoners.:ee o:n: !:a oic 3i' !upL;ONDON, June 24 0: In' rthe:y House of Commons :a lengthy debate hlas-taken. place on i:'the Anglo-Turkish Convention, concluded,by the. late Earl iBea consfield's iiGovernmeint I ii88, w?iheeby Cypus 'was, handed . over to the. British, and certaiin: rgig's ofcontrol were confrrerd .upon. tie 1Britisht Consuls in Turkish. Armenia.....

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MURRUMBURRAH. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

MURRUMBURRAH.: (From our orrespondent.)" An inquest.was held last week on the body of a man named James M'Connochie, a· storekeeper. Although he had been ailing for some time, his death was rather sudden. No one was with him at the time of his death, and as it was generally believed that he had a large amount of money in his: pos session, which could not be found after his death, it is supposed that a robbery has been committed by some person or persons unknown,.and the mystery is likely' to:remain unsolved. As no will has been found, it is, supposed he.neglected to make one... At.the inquest it.was found that his body was. with out proper nourishmnent for a long time. He had very few, if any,! relations, and-.that might have prevented him from making, a will, .not knowing whom to will his 'pro perty, &c., to. :: The nights .are very frosty and the days nice and Warm. . Ploughing is nearly 'finished, and the: farmer's' idle time has comne round-if .a farmer can be idle.. The...

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