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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

Wf tee. , A GOD TENANTfor a Neat Four. oomed ttage. R. CRA , House Age. 7 ,, W ;ted, A 'OD GENER L SERVANT;/ also UL URSE-GIRL; re rences require/ Ap. ply ST OFFICE, Goulbur Wtantel. 1 ,0 OD POTATOES, BEE$WAX. j: "'T:i 'A. WaLKER, Cash, Store, Next Star Hotel, .Nortli Gdoulburin. " - . ^OTTA E, Cartwriglt.s uare. Apply,/E. B. J 'AB EtSBR, Cliutou.otrt. ...;-- - BSWslated, . / A~. .I.. O,U S E M A I.D. Apply / Mss. A-C" JACOB, Auburnestreot.· --' , - - , A) * Wsautcded .:: '. . A MVALE COOI also, BOUIAID' en fora week. Atjly. HBibemnian.otel., o'^faritcd, I L A MAN. ,accustm.to 'farm ,ork. S , Wansted, '" rA2?0' TONS of BILLaT-.VWOOD ;also uantiy, UV of POSTS, RAILS," h nd PR LTŽGS. Apply to W. WILLTAMSON; Brikyad ,:. WVansmted?,;i: .:;.:.; ~.2 : A RESPECTABLE-..GRL'. as .GE ERAL SEAVA-NT.? 'MS. "HERIOT;, /liffdrd. street. Wanted. *"'"*'' FO-UR GOOD CARPENTERS. . Apply "/onoe . ., DU~ AN, Builder, Goulburo. , ./-:. | -'. " We' :' WstB tcd.' * 1 - EALE COOKand-. GENER .. SER ANT..; "'...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Foxall's Bookbinding Establishment. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

Foxall's Bookbinding Establishment. AMONGst the new inidustries established in our midst is that of a bookbinder, and Mr. Foxall, the well-kinown stationer, must be accredited with introduciing this branch of trade in' Goulburn. We paid a visit to the establishment, in ' Auburn-street, near Mr. Wombey's, on Thursday .last, and inspected the plant and some of the work turned out under the direction of.' Mr. R.' Morris, who is a practieal bookbinder. We inspected some volumes. of hymns':that had been boundc to the order of a gentleman in Sydney, and inust pronounce the work a suc ,oSs: Some volumes of Sliaks?cre, gorgeously ,bbound,.were next noticed, and the old maxim of ""never take a book.by its.cover.';' crossed our mind during the inspection,for we'found the covers concealed some very poor printing, and it seemed almost'a pity :that' the great drainatic author's ~ivoiks should have been got up so cheaply and encased, as it'were, in such handsome and durable covers.. Some volumes ...

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Sulphur Slaves in Sicily. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

Sulphur Slaves in Sioily. THE sulphur is extracted and brought to the surface by human beings, and, indeed, chiefly by children. Mrs. Browning's ' Cry 'of the Children" might have been, written in the sulphurmines of Sicily. Hundreds and hun dreds of children who have scarcely the forms of'liumani beings are sent down the steep, slippery stairs into the maiddy; watery depths. Here they are laden with as much material' as they can sustain, and they must re-ascend with itl on their.backs, stumbling at every srtep, .often .falling back into the bottotn of the pit with' broken limbs, or even dead. The elder ones (writes an eye-witness) arrive at the pit's mouth shrieking, the little ones cryitig and sobbing. The .mbrtality exceeds that ofany other province of Italy. The statistics'of the'levu show an increiible num ber of lai'e and deformed, and of young men of one-andltwenty totally unfit for: military service. At the Congress of. Milan, Duke' de Cesaro di Colonna, one of the. wealthes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

MRS. NES, MO NTEHLY NU. SE, OURICE-STREET TI. South Goulburn Stores, CORNER or AUBURN & CLINTON STREETS, Immediately opposite Thomas' Family Hotel. JOSEPH SMITH (For nearly eleven years Manager of the GUery and Wine and Spirit Department of t/ Australian Stores) H AS much pleasure in anounncieg th t he has LEASED THE PREMISES RE ENTLY IN THE OCCUPATION OF MESSI S. P. G. MYERS AND C0,, and intends trrying on business there as a Wine and Spirit Mer ant, GROCER, And General Storekeeper, And RESPECTFULLY SQLICITS A PORTIOh OF PUBLIC FAVOR. Business will be commenced with an ENTIRELY NEW STOCK, Selected by the advertiser personally from FIRST CLASS SYDNEY BOIJSES. OPEMING DAY will shortly be announced. The Cash Sale! The Cash Sale! oF WINTER DRAPERY WINTER CLOTHING AT CAMBOURNE S COMMENCES On Saturday, 2nd, FOR ONE MONTH I! Reliable Reductions ! Reliable Reductions! BLACK AND WHITE CHECK, 43d .New Satin-Cloths, prime navy and marone, 63d Persian Stuffs, reduced to 8yd Wrinceys, f...

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNOIL. A SPECIALmeeting of the above took place last evening. Present: The Mayor and Alderman Horn, Womboy, Hawhins, McConnell, Taylor, Wordle, Caldwell, and Osborne. The Mayor opened the proceedings by stating, that in accordance with a resolution passed at the last Council meeting, the Improvement Conimittee had made an inspection of certain parts of the city; and had laid a report before him; and on account of what such contained, he deemed it to be his duty to call the meeting, inl order that im mediate steps might be taken by the Council in reference to the nuisance question; and they wou d also be called upon to appoint an Engineer for the Borough. He then called upon the Town Clerk to read the following reports:- PROGiRtSS REPORT To the Mayor and Aldermen of the Borough of Goulburn. Geuntlemen, I have the honour to report that I visited the following places, and have served notices on the parties offending against the Council Bye.lawsvs - June 25.-1 inspect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

APPLE TREES! Appl Trees! HE dersigned has ood Stock of ]IRST. SS r FUIT 'R ~S FOR SAL ice per 100 .. £5 /o Per 50 2 ........ 0 r 2.... ..... 1 or oze s NOT THIE ADDR HENRY KAD ELL, Kent Vil Garden, TIfi Id, Goulburn. Awarded First Degree of Merit AT THE - SYDNEY International Exhibition, 1879-8 . Fr i Treesj or S er Appl erry, ierl, Plumb, uach, prico , ~aj(~ erry Ti , At 5 per 10_,O0s per 0, £1 5s per 25, 14o per do en, and is 3d per tree under 1 dozen. Pure-rooted Cherry & Plum Trees at £6 per 100. T ESE Trees will not grow suckers, as is usual when grafted on wild stocks; the Eaving in labor is very great. Gentlemen who understand them will see at once the benefit that will be de rived by them; and if the advertiser gets a fair encnuragement to graft on pure stocks, he will con tinue todo so. JAMIES MORGAN, City Gardens, Goulbirn. Union Fire Insurane o, CAPITAL.................Two I LLlo ISK ACOCEPED at LOWEI CURRET R RA ES thout ceferene a S noyoc. Appl o D. J. Mo L'EOD,...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

BREVITIES., THE Rev. C. Kingsmill's lecture Monday night. The Rev. J. Studds' lectures on Tuesday night. A brancd of the Church of England Temperance Society has been successfully established in Albury. The mines in the Albury district are look ing up. A payabe gold, reef has been discovered near Tamworth. The members of the Victorian Legislature are having a warm time of it. The libel action against the Melbourne Herald has resulted in a:verdict for the defendants. A boy fell down'a mining shaft on Wednes day, a depth of 200o feet, and was killed. Monmouth is the favourite for the Mel bourne:Derby and Cup. There will in all probability be a'-dis solution of the Victorian Purliament at once. A:man named M'Namara has been found dead at .Port Darwin with a spear wound through the head. , The recepts from the revenue of South Australia for the quarter show a decrease; but for the year an increase of J£2I,673 is gained. No definite fresh cases of small-pox are reported; but there are ru...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS, THE REV. D'ARcY IRVINE will preach to morrow, at Gunhing.in the morning and at Collector in the afternoon, A collection wvill be made at this latter place on behalf of the fund of the Church Society. The Rev. Charles Kiiigsmill"o6f Gunning, will take' the: Rev. D'ArcyIrvine's place at St. Nicholas's in the evening, and the?isubject of the sermon Wvill'be "The deaf hearing the'words of ,the bodk.!'-Isaiah xxix. 18. : - THE folldwing conditional puirchases have been made at:Goulburn on Thursday last i County Aigyle--Rolert: A. Thimpson, I2o acres, Mummell; Albert S. Burcher and Geo. Henry Burcher, 40 acres, Leighwood; F. D. Badgery, .40 acires, Mullengullenga ; Job Gray, 59 acres 3 rboods Wayo ; ~Martin Brennan,. 40o,. acres, Covan ; John Horne, xao acres, Guineacor j Solomoni Emainiiel. 40, Gundary; Patrick' Quinn, 40 acres,': Gur rundah. THE followiig gentlemdn, Messrs John Bray, George Blay, James Eldridge,.Michael Fahey, Thomas M1\Donald,; haire been 'ap pointed tr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 July 1881

DIED. ON July 1st, LOUISE WEBBER, native of England, at her late residence, Ide Cottage, Grafton-   street, Age 47 years and 9 months.   The funeral will take place on SUNDAY (TO-MORROW) at half past 3 o'clock p.m.   FUNERAL.   THE friends of the late Mr. DAVID HENRY     DAMSIELL are respectfully invited to attend   his FUNERAL. The procession to move from his   late residence, Auburn street, on SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock. WALTER DANIEL Undertaker.   FUNERAL.   THE BRETHREN of the STAR OF THE   SOUTH and ARGYLE LODGES are re-   quested to attend the FUNERAL of the late   BROTHER DAMSIELL. Brethren will please   meet at the Argyle Lodge-Room at 2 o'clock on   SUNDAY. WALTER DANIEL, Secretary.   FUNERAL.     THE friends of MR. BENJAMIN WEBBER &amp...

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CABLE MESSAGES. NEW YORK, July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

CABILE MESSAGES. S (From Sydney Daily Papers.) AN NEW YORK, July 2. AN attempt was made this morning, by some person whose name is at present unknown, to assassinate General Garfield. It nearly proved successful. The President was on the point of starting on a journey to the north, and whilst at the railway station a man fired several shots at him froma shortdistance. It was at once seen that General Garfield was seriously wounded, and he was immediately conveyed to the White House. This afternoon a report has been made cur rent t~hat tlihe President's wounds;are of a most dangerous character, and may prove fatal. The attempted asisassination has caused sntense excitement in. this ctty. Thelassassin his been arrested.-: I Presisiidn Gifield's' wounds .have beei' carefully examined The physicians report two bad wounds on the riaht arm and 'hip and; though:0of tacritical nature, they state thdt they'mayt not necessarily prove fatal. It is rumoured that the assassin is a dis missed Civ...

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

To the 'Editor of the Evening Penny Post. ' SIR;-I notice that Drs. Gentle and Morton, Government Vaccinators, are paying different districtsa visit for the purpose of vaccinating children; and I think that something should. be done.for Queanbeyan in that way, as there. hias ben no vaccination here for the past teh: -years, and people are in dread of that fearful disease, small-pox. The doctor here "has been spoken to on the matter, but says he has no lymph Hoping'that Drs. Gentle and Morton may visit Queanbeyan, or that some other doctor may be appointed for this district;, . S'. I am, &c., a i ' - .. .PREVENTION.: Quearibeyani , ; i·aI

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

"GUNDAROO.' IE (From n o ir Correspondent.) A.WyALLAB3Y-DRIVE took place' ere' to-day in the neighbourhood of: Lake George, near Bungendore, when oversixty gents put in'an appearance. The day:,was'dreadfull'y cold; but sport being the.; order of intent, it' was, bouindI to b be attended;tdi. I Krights of tlih trigger were not over 'repreienited: although ive had ifronb a Wateirloo mtisket -to 'the re-" nowriedl breech-loader. The forimeriwas'car ied by' a-party iwho occupied my right 'h~and positionbioniione or two dccasions, and I .h'd the lion6rof seeing him present it, man'y, times,. but, as ,the. order " Fire !" 'wa?sinbot given no fatal results wererecbrded or scalpsý obtained.;-: Later -on in;,thel day I.,was) in ,formed that the party in question reserved his cl iarge for' the great" drive- which is toP take, ,place on Saturday; the ' 6th of July, at" ': :place called the Sand Hills, near: Bungen dore. After one' or two very successful ,drives, all sportsmen':and drivers coll...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (Abridgedfrom the Age). ? , ' FOR:a: long time past there. has :been a: great scarcity of private dwelling accbmmo dation in Queanbeyan; and several.persons have been prevented from settling in the town on that account. We understand'that: the gentleman appointed to personallysuper intend the erection of the new Commercial Bank premises, and who is about to take up his residence here, has exlerienced this diffi: culty; but to meet his case, and that of any other emergency that may arise, Mrs. Wright," of the Mill House, witn commendable enter prise,': has ordered two handsome wooden villas from a Sydney firm, with the intention of erecting them on some vacant ground of hers on the north side of Morrissett-street, *on the opposite corner to Mr. Levy's cottages; at present occupied by Mr. DeSmit. They are now; ori their way, and can be made habi tible within a few days of their arrival. .. We have:it on the best authority that the pranks played in Monaro-street and on the ...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

GUN'NING O'DDFELLOWSHIP.-TlieP ,Starh : of i.Gunning Lodge .held iltheir." half-yearly :meeting i on Thursday last. Seven.members were ini tiated into- the order, :and one person was 'proposed for membership.' 'Ther election 'of officers, resulted as follos :--NG.,, Bro. J. Bean; "V:G, 'Bro I'.-j Newman,;. Secretary, Bro; D. .--Murray ' .S., Bro W. Morphy Right Supporter to :N.G., Bro', H. Hedger ton; Left Suppoiter, Bro.; J Starr; Right Supporter. to -iV.G., Bro. 'T. Bodle ; Left Supporter, Bro." J.' Lavliss; ' I;s G. Bio: H. Brendle. : Dr. Ewingtoniwals'electedi edical officer for the lodge.;: :After? next meeting the lodge intend .hulding: their, meetings at Mr. Bean's Frankfield inn,tvwhere' they have secureda: suitable room ;and in future; the lodge (vill ?nhly mteet: once a dmonthtin place of once every fortnight.: ' ' Recreationf Ground.'-The trustees' have accepted the tender of Mr. H. Smith for trenching'a portion of the recreation ground.. They intenid planting ornamental ...

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MEAT-FREEZING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

aIEAT.FREEZING MIEETING. SMr. G:D. Hay took the chair immediately at the conclusion of the former meeting. :;Mr P. G. Myers and Mr. T. Marsden, representatives from the Goulburn company, explained the mode of proceedure, giving some very' valuable information, which had the effect of inducing some to take up shares, and it is believed that many more in this district wil become shareholders likewise. - .Mr. 'G D. Hay, in his usual generous manner;, invited a number of the tramiwaj comimittee to meet him at the house of .Mr. H. Roberts, where a really good dirinfier \vis provided, toasts being given and respoiided to with the best of feeling, the Crookwell Band the while playing their sweet strains, which added in no small degree to the enjoy ment.of the evening. Itivas also resolved that a depuitioi i'.e formed from the committee to visit Taralga, and lay before that people at a public-meeting to be called for next Saturday, the principles upon -which they-wish: to act to secti're th...

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To-day's Police Cout. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

S To-day's Police Cout, Before Messrs. Voss and A. Chisbolm. Henry Eckman, for being drunk and disorderly, was fined 20s, or seven days in gaol. Henry Feltham was charged with stealing a coat from the store of Winm. Cunningham of Marulan. Mr., Betts for defendant. Constable Agassiz deposed: At about half.past, 5 last evening . Mr. W. Cunningham of Marulan came to the station and informed me that prisoner had stolen a coat ; I went in the direction that I heard the pris ncr had taken, and found him lying on the road with a horse's bridle on his arm ; he appeared to be very drunk, and had fallen off his hore ; I roused hii up, and charged him with the offence; he was too drunk to make any sensible reply; the coat was not with prisoner; Mr. Cuuaiuigham then rode up and gave the prisoner into custody; I took him to the lock-up; after 'looking him up I returucnl to that portion of the road where I arrested the pri.oner, and made a search and found the coat produced planted in some bushes...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT., ' MONDAY, JUNE 5." BEFonBE Messrs. Voss and Rossi onie drunk ard was cautioned and discharged. .Hector Dallas junr., was charged with using profane language. Plea not guilty. Constable Marshall deposed that defendant was given into his custody yesterday by Chris tian Last for making use of the language complained of, When he charged the defend ant with the offence he ran away, but he aftervards caught him and brought him to thelock-up.- ..,- ' . , .. Christin Last proved the offence against defendant, the language being :uifit for publication.,, He did not, think :defendant wasquite,.sober at the time I The Bench; convicted' defefndant and 11fined hiiin "4o/- or seven days in.gaol:-, : .: W .William, Cuddy;was:chaiged: on suspicion vithi b6eing of unsond miniiid. 1 ' :? ;: . Mounted Constable..,M!Lo'ughliin stationed. at Wlieeo depos'ed :I receiv .d inforiffatioil iýiijSturday last that a lman was found in the bush near Gullen. It ,weht after him walkini, ali...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

Oi DDS::AND ENDS, ". . . A SHOCKING accident happened to a child. named William HI-odge, two years and two0 months old, on.Thursday last,': which has ended fatally. The Wagga Advertiser says, it appears thiat the mother of thie decedsed, who resides near Lipscombe's brickfield,:left her home at half-past I o'clock on iThuisday morning to go to Dr. Wreni to get, an infant vacciiated. :Sheleft the tlihree other children in the house aiqne;' includidig the dec?s'id,,'; the eldest of which is not six years of:age.,,: Two neighbours (Mrs. Dwyer and Mrs..: Bennett) were attracted to the hiotise bj tlhe screams of the children. They sa~, that the deceased's clothes', were on. fire,, .whilst .the . eldest child wivs enideaviouring to put oiut the": flaines witllh a broom. Tlhe two fermales. at:" once extinguislhed the fire, and with assistance :', removed the dlothing from the clhild: .:Dr. Wren wa~s in attendance as early as:possible, and administered to the poor little sufferer. 'Tle chil...

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A Wallaby Drive. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

A. Wallaby Drive, A ,?tAtlLABY drive"tookp?ilace at Foiest Lodge, the homesitead of Messrs. Steeniand Roots, on Friday, Ist July, wvhen.1o3 wallabys and several hares met their fate.· Nineteen shobtersand an equal number of drivers fiut in ain -hppeaiice.in . The :hobtingwithuttlie exception of a few old shooters, was rather erratic. ' Three. or -four persons :narrowly escaped :serious:-mnjury;\ ~on¼account of shooters.firing along the lir.e. A good lun cheon was provided on the ground by Mr. Steen, towbhichample :1 stice wasgdoneg'b al; The scoreat thits tune was rstid sabll,''t game being ,very scarce. : .After luncheon a different route ?was taken and great slaughter ensued. About six o'clock all adjourned 'to Mr,'IRotit's, where a; substantial .repasttwias provided by Mrs. Root and the Misses Bar gess. After the cravings of the inner man had' been'satisfied dancing ::commencedand was kept up with great spirit!until morning; wylen all returhned to their" respective homes thbrougl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 July 1881

AN A ISTANT to he DRE SMAKING ply at once uIs. C MBOURNE, Auburn. tret. Waitred. ,. A SINLE STEADY AN used to arden wo/. Apply imme iately. JOH FED. LEB, Wllondilly Gardens. AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, 12 or 1? ~OYS for the CUTTING, FINISHINf, or MAKING DEPARTMENT. C. GILLESPTE Goulburn. Wajited. A HOUSEMAID, Apply to s. S. EMANUEL, Lansdowne. 2 ALE GUINEA GS. Apply to CLYIE FILA.Y, Ardgowan. JI . _ . Wasnt.ed. , A OOD GENERAL SERVAN1. A to a?T.s McCALLUM, Union Club 1. Wantedl, EIGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as Aipren. t'- ices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factory. /ply WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-street. Wastted, A A'MALE COOK ;also, HOUSEMID. O n for a week. A ply Bibernianotel Wansited, S MAN accustomed to farm . A S. EM ANI?. Wasated. F-OUR GOOD CARPENTERS. Apply once L W. DUNOAN, Builder, Goulburn./ 1V:enu edl. A ALE COOK GENEo SER NT. Apply s. LAST, riterion Hotel. / Apprentices Wanted, ROM 14 to 18, for the SADDLE, HARN~SS L and COLLAR MAKING. Bonuses given as well as wages. App...

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