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Goulburn Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

Goulbarn Post-Oilice Time-Table, MAILS AIRRIVE AT OOULBoUR FROiM BINDA, at 8 p. m. on, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday . ' Boro, at midnight daily, Saturday excepted Braidwood, millnight daily, Saturday excepted Breadalbane, at 2.5, a.m. daily, Sunday excepted.: Bungendre, at nmidnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday Bungoniu, at 1.58 a.m. daily, Monday excepted Canberra, at 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Carrick, at 4.10 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; and at 2.10 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday . Collector, at 2.5. a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday :;...' . Cooma, at 12.30 a.m. on Sunday, Tuesday, and SFriday; ;and2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, Sand Friday . Crookwell, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Currawang,. at 0.30 'p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, ,and Saturday- . ..... Currawieea,' at 4 p.im."on 'Monday and Friday Dalton, at 2 5 a.m. on Tuesday and Friday Fullerton, at 8 p m. on Monday and Friday Gininderra, at- 2.5 .a.m. on Tuesday,- Thurs...

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

Fiurinished Apartments To Let, ALSO VACANICIES FOR BOA DERS. S TERMIS MODERATE. CLIVE HOIU -Sloane street, Go b n. (Late Cashel House Ma s. BUTLER, having enov ed a DRESS MAKER-from Sydney, is prepared to EXECUTE ORDERSon the shortest notice, nod most reason able terms. BUTLER'S ,TWEEDS (By the Yard) At Wholesale Prices I BEING in receipt of a Large and Special Purchase of Extraordinary Woollens direct from Melbourne; and having at present only limited room for their exhibition, we find it imperative to ofuer to our connexis. and aUll classes of buyers these VER Y CHOICE WOOLLENS at Lowest Wholesale Prices. 1 Lengths Cut to suit Tailors:and ....other Purchasers. The public of Ooulburn and south generally should avail themselves of this RARE OPPORTUNITY of pur chasing these HIGH-CLAS Tweeds and. otTigs AT SUCH NOVE I0?,. We give only a fe a qlotaeieon to oxpress our meaning : Scotch & West of England we Ar 2s 7d, S 3d, 3s Od/ 2d, s 8d Aisd we say that their ~EAL V. LUE is 50 ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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TUESDAY, JUNE 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

:Before Messrs.;Vosstand KIing.-. Robert'Weidiii'~;y 8cliaiged with drunken-. ness, was fined 20s or seven days. William Hussey, :alias Muirant, wasfcharged by Constable Agassiz, of Marulan, with being druink and disorderly. The case being proven against him. He was fined 20os or seven days. A man was brought up charged, on sus picion, with being of unsound mind. SAfter evidenice had been tendered, he was remanded :iill' 'Monday for medical ex amination. ;

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

'GOULjBURN' POLICE COURT. MoNDAY, : JUNE 27. BEFORE Messrs. Voss and Alexander. Patrick Mc Grath was charged tith be iig drunk and' disoirderly.y . .'' Constable Druminond proved. the case.: Senior-sergeaint Fenton stated that there were two previous convictions against defend ant for(drunkenhiess.' Th'e Beich fined him 20Sos dr seven days for %deing druiik' and disorderly, and' for vagrancy, which it' amounted to on account of having been convicted three tiiles in t.welve months for drunkenness, tiwo mionths imprisonment. Owen Furner, on remand, charged with assaulting E. M. Bills, was again brought up. Mr. Davidsoni appeared. for coimplainant;, and Mr. Betts. for defendant. SThe following evidence' was taken on Frii day last : Before Messrs. Voss and Alexander. Elizabeth Bills, wife of George Bills' of Goulburn, residing in Clifford-street, deposed: I know Mr. Furner; we have been dealing at his" shop, and my husband-still: owes'him a little account.; defendant'.,has been' at my h...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 June 1881

BIRTH. AT her residence St. John's Road, Forest Lodge,   Sydney, on June 26th, the wife of JOHN   McEWAN (late of Argyle Nursery) of a   daughter.     DIED,   ON 25th June, at his residence, Gunning, from   inflammation of the lungs, ERNEST, the   second eldest son of JOHN and CLARA MEEHAN.

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

BOOT TRADE, W ANTED, A YOUTH for theURoom a at Wood and Co.'s Boot Facto rApply at once to W. T. WOOD & CO., Auburnreet. If U wslleaas4. 8Want rl, A FU ISHED ROOAins moder43 terms. App y MRS. Mc DONAL , Auburn street. ] WaI ed. tojores A !OUT as PORTE~ accustomed to A . ?UTLER. A D FEMALE OCOK. A MRs. S PHENSON, Coaoh\and Eorse. otel, Grafton.street. TO E00, TWO FIIST-CLASS R BBLE Mh SONS. Apply WRIGHT, Rogers' New Builings. Wanted, / A FEMALE COOK; also, HOUS-AID. Open fora week. Apply Hibernif Hotel. W4antedl, A MAN accustomed to farm wor. S. EMAN? EL. Wanted, 2oo TONS of BILLET.WOOD; also quantity of POSTS, RAILS, and PAILINGS.     Apply to Wm. WILLIAMSON, Brickyard. /1" W " a ted.i A ENER-he~ust nerstand pruning dgafting. App at th offioe of this paper. J BIYanted, A RESPECTABLE GIRL aes G ERAL SERVANT. Mas. HERRIOT, I' ordI street. WVanted, A. DRESS-MAKER. A D S S O. FURNER & NS Wanted, AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX q HT BOYS. L( CHA...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Goulburn Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

Goulburn Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROMI BINDA, at 8 p.ln. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Boro, at midnight daily, Saturday excepted Braidwood, midnight daily, Saturday excepted Breadalbane, at 2.5 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted Bungendore, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday Bungonia, at 1.58 a.m. daily, Monday excepted Canberra, at 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Carrick, at 4.10 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; and at 2.10 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Collector, at 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Cooma, at 12.30 a.m. on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday; and 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Crookwell, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, end Friday Currawang, at 0.30 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Curraweela, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Dalton, at 2 5 a.m. on Tuesday and Friday Fullerton, at 8 p m. on Monday and Friday Giuinderra, at 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Golspie, at 4 ii.m. on Monda...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. PARIS, June 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Fron Sydney Daily Papers.) PARIS, June;27. The' death is announced. of M. Jules:Ar manid Dufaure, an eminent statesman, and late President of the Council of Ministers. CONSTANTINOPLE, June 27. '.The Bulgarian Legislative ,.Chambers hav ing !been dissolved by Prince Alexander, general elections have been' taking place dur ing the last few' days. These have resulted in the return of a large. number of members favourable tothe, policy of the Prince. He will consequently be, able to, count on the support of a majority of deputies. LONDON, June 28. In the House of Commons, last night, the Irish- Land Bill was further considered in committee. After debate, the fourth clause was passed. This clause enacts that a tenant shall not be compelled to pay a higher rent than that agreed upon before the expiry of any lease, excepting upon a breach of certain conditions, wvhich,are specified in five sub clauses: :Tlie Right Hon. M. E. Grant-Duff, Under Secretary of State for the Col...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

Trevanian ! The captain shrugged his shoulders im patiently ; he was a philosophical rather than a poetical villain; and, so. that he disposed of his enemy, cared little for prolonging,his, sufferings. t. " - 'Siall I get his keys?' said the speaker. ' Afterwards '. hastily answered his com panion. ' I beginto, feel tsick of:this !' ':Bah !' exclaimed Miles; ' you forget how he would have grinnned-if he hiad' suceeded in hanging us ! The refiection. stifled every sentiment of pity or remorse in the heart of the desperate man, whoiiia sense of mutual danger had led to become the confeddrate of the speaker in his: bold design-i-he permitted the horrible scene to'continiue, without further observation or remonstrance. `'It's a great pity you"'liave not a better audience i' said the murderer, . as he placed, the rope round the neck'of Peter Quin, ' b'ut it's very select-so that must content you i Steady-steady !' he added, "as the old man reeled- with .terror; '.the time for dancing ain...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (Abridged from the Age). A RESIDENT of Queanbeyan showed us a poisoned bait whichl he picked up at his own gate in one of the.. principal streets of the town. On the morning .of its discovery a butcher-boy was seen, loitering suspiciously in the locality, andlit is suspected that the bait was dropped by him. We have not heard 'whether any other baits have been found in our streets: But whether?or no, such an act as this falls: very short of murderous intent, as not only the: unfortunite dog for which the bait \vhs priimaiiy 'inenided; but even chil dren playing- in..the.street, might fall.-victims to such reprehensible conduct. We have often wondered.whythe numerous and influential residents of Lanyon, Tharwa, and the Upper Murruinbidgee generally, have not moved ere this to secure telegraphic communication. .The, posts are already erected"to'within foir'iiiles of Lanyon, (on the' Coo'iiia road) ,'aid'at very little cost the' line .could be: extenrded -to the-: post-offi...

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CLAIMS FOR PRE-EMPTIVE LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

CLAIMS FOR PRE-EMIPTIVE LEASES, THE following claims have been granted. The rent from Ist January to 31st December, 1881, msts be paid within two months from 21st June. . The leases will be renewable on payment of the rent. between the Ist and 3oth September;:- . . ' ... . DISTRICT. OF CARCOAR;; Thomas A. Smith,. 3200 acres, parish of Bucumba and Bombah, rent los. John H. Howard, -.3bo:0 acres,' parish of Bigga, rent . .... Charles 'Ma'piiilfamy, 60oo acres, parish 'of Abercrolbie ; rent, !i 7s s6d. d. - Francis W. Howard, 810o acres, parish 'of Bigga; rent,.2 z:Ios. 8d. Thomas A. Smith, 3401 acres, parish of Bombah; rent, Lo 12is. 7d. DISTRICT. OF COOMA. Anr Byrne, 600 acres, parish of Woolumla; rent, ,-J1 17s. 6d. . Patrick Spellman, :240 acre's, parish of Abington; renit ... Alexander Montague, 240 acres, parish of Montague; rent; £1. .. James iHuagh Monttaigue, 300 cres, parish' of Rivers ;-rent, l: " ? James R. Hannaford, 300. acres, parish of Bunyan; rent, £1i. Charles -H. Whe...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. DR. CHARLES LALMB TAYLOR has been appointed by the Government additional vaccinator for the District of Goulburn. OUR attention has been 'called to the habitual congregating together of young men' on Sundays at Southall's corner. The language that is said to have been used' by some of these when females are passing, is disgusting in the extreme,' and a stop-should be put to the nuisance at once. If a police man in plain clothes were to parade the, street on Sundays, no doubt some of .these miscreants (who ought to be better employed) would be caught in the act, and, if brought to justice, it would have a salutary effect on others who are accustomed to engage them selves in a similar manner. A PUBLIC meeting will take place at Crookwell on Saturday afternoon next; the subject to be discussed being the Crookwell Tramway, and also the meat-freezing question. Both subjects are likely to be gone into in detail, and it is expected that good will' accrue from the action the...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

TL'elegraphiac Intelligence [FROa OUR connEsPoNDrENs.1 SYDNEY, THURSDAY. TalE Balranald census returns arrived yesterday, and some considerable time must yet elapse before the offical tabulated list can be got ready ; but the total will most probably amount to 750,000. The authorities state that the burning of blue lights and firing of guns, on board the steamer Ocean, yesterday, on a plea of distress, was wholly unnecessary, as the vessel had been ext.nsively supplied with wood and water on Tuesday last. The sittings of the Synod closed yesternight. Another Chinese meeting was held at Camper down, yesternight ; several Members of Parlia. ment were present. Resolutions were carried in favour of immediate restrictive Legislation. The Royal Prince3 were most enthusiastically received at Ballarat yesterday. A general impression prevails' that the Squadron will visit )3 duey ; but no definite orders have as yet been received I he wreck of the Queen of Nations, with the cargo, was sold b...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

BREVITIES, ,CROOKWELL tramway meeting Saturday next. " Crops sown last month arelooking generally well. . English barley can still be sown; it delights in soil of a light nature. The Goulburn.post-office will soon be conm pleted. After July 2nd"iparentsiwill be prosecuted if they neglect' sending their children to school. STreeplanting should be proceeded with in a vigorous manner ·at the present time. Potatoes are.scarce and prices are gradually advancing for the same. ThTae arailg people are cormnniicin the agitation foria tifamiway. The ..nImprovement-?.Committee, of,- the Borough li.Council have been.- working :hard during' the ??eek in -connection ..with the nuisance question..,. .. :An old lady; Mrs. Gilman;, has died in the Melbourne Hospital aged To4 years. The small-pox scare seems to be gradually dying, out.... TheIWagg apeople are trying to induce the Royal Priiices to visit their town. : Prince Bismarck is dangerously ill: Sickness is prevalenit in the Bathirst: dis tric...

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Another Massacre in the South Seas. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

Another Massacre in the South Seas, By the arrival of the Aurora from the Islands we learn of new massacres at Aoba, the t island so famous for many massacres, those in connection with the vessels Dauntless and . Mystery in particular. On the 29th May the May Queen anchored there for the purpose of landing one returned labourer, and to recruit for others. Having landed the one man,' the boats were on theii return to the vessel when they were hailed to wait, as many men wanted to engage themselves. The boats backed in: to the beach at 'once,' when they were" immediately attacked by the natives, who, using huge knives and- toma-, hawks, killed one white ?man, arnd the black crews of the two boats-a-ll except two, who I escaped to the vessel' by swimming; though - severely wounded by toimahawk cuts. There were eight blacks in.all killed, and no doubt high festival was' held' o'ver their 'cooked bodies, and that of the poor white man, very soon after their massacre. The amiable natives ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

S,,, . -GUNNING.: , ,--.,:. ,;- L'. • . (From our Correspondent,)" . VACCINATION.- ' large numer of both town and country people aivailed';themselves of the opportuniiity of'- having'their hildren vaccinated by Dr. Taylor, 'ofGoulburn, ~ho visited Gunning specially for :that purpose on Tuesday iast;;; ' Mutual 'Imprib'vemerit 'Society.- This i so ciety held its regular meeting on Tuesday evening ;: .Rev;i J;':: Cliftonr. occupied ,'-the cliair. The business of the evening-a debate on the subject-" Is 'constant attend?ince at threatres injurious to the society," was opened in the affirmative byl Mr. M E. Wheatly,, and was supported by. the chairnan; and. Messrs. Conolly, and E. Crundwell. ,Mr. Ayres.took the riegative!side, and wvas':assisted.by.jMr.IA.; Woodward, althbughnrieith'er of thes'e ;igentle men ,;advocated,,! in' , favour. "of ..constant attendance.' There appears to have beenh.ia slight errorin putting, the' woprd,' constant in. -Th'e nextimeenting'xill be th'e l~'ihalf-e...

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CONSTANTINOPLE, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

CONSTANTINOPLE, TUesDAY. The triul of Midhat Pasha and other persons charged as being concerned in the murder of the Sultan Abut Aziz, concluded to-day, resulting in the conviction of Midhat and eight others of the crime of murdering the Sultan.

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WINDELLIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

S WINDELLIMAL (From our' orreapoeointdet RoADs.-Tenders for contracts on our roads from :Goulburn, and ,also from, ;Buni gonia, have tatlast been called for It is to be hoped that sometfihlin :shubstanitial will' be? done this time;, ad not a little patching here; and tliiere'tlast the winter only. ..: - WEATHER:.-At present. frosty:.nights are general,'with pleasant sunny days. As;the. shortest day has now. passed, a, perceptible differencelin the length of the days wiills6ooi be apparent, and in the strength of the cold;. also verifying the truth of.the old 'saying-. "As the-days get longer, Thei cold gets stronger." Wheat is beginning its 'appearance in.a few fields, and ho doubt in a short .time we,shall' see nriny farnis'clothed in a coat0ofe"d`rd~ie =that is, if tihe o"allabies' don't appear.i pon the scene, with their.sisters and their cousins and thei- aunts.' The children of. the diffeient schools'.are. nomw enjoying their midwinter vacation, and many of the teacliers. ar o...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS,] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. Tue House of Commons have adopted the Premier's motion in giving the Irish Land Bill absolute pre. cedence over all other measures, and it is now ex pected that the Bill will be quickly put through, and the Government will be able to prorogue Par liament early in August. The Empress of Germany is indisposed.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 June 1881

ODDS AND ED S. Iit.is not generally- known that :baked m;nilk is an a;dmirable food for consu'mptive'people andi tmest, invalids. Itt is , made in i'the followinig.nmannier?: Put half a gallon o?f good milk into a:stone jar and: covfer': with writing paper,; tied down. :Leave it, in a. moderately hot oven:for `eiglit ori ten .hours, ;till .it` hIas blecoiie:ofthe. consistence of. cream. rThe amount of nurishtiicnt to be derived. from it is marvellous.: Dr. . Hodson has vaccinated about "26o policemen, in:addition to some of the inspec tors, 'who have -shown a. good :example to those under their .direction. A veryinterest ing case' has come under the notice of Dr. Hodson. It is that of a constable who had previously ?een va'ccinated, -and had, had :theli small-pox, as was, proved by ,the pock ma?rks which he bore: .:He ..was: one °of those who were recently re-vaccinated, and, contrary.to expectation, the lympii: "took.""'': The opinion prevails among a number ofnmedical men and othe...

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