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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. TIlE Queensland Parliament: was opened on Tuesday, viwhen a crowd were present in arind out off the House. 'lThe- Governor, in the' vice regal speechi said that in the north there ere 'iunmistaki.ble sings of piosperity, and. "cogratulated tlie House on the hnumerous evidences of the coloniy being once .agaiiin on !the flood of prosperous times. The agricul tiural .fidn' pastoral interests have recovered 'from the effects of a daisastrous drought, ' ?hil` thlie mining indiistiry every(ivhere showed suchtisignsi?of vitality- as to'lead to the belief that caiital' will be :attracted to the coloiny '-Matt?is discussed ati the recent Conference in Sydney wvill be stubmitted to the House. Heireferred to the uusulal deinand for labouir, ,to the inicre'ised i'immigration, and its extension at onceto the niilsiteanmers. -Negotiationis hliad been opened with otliers for a railway connection on the sane principle with New Souith 'Wales imnd South Australia. ' It was satisfactor...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. Sic,-Will you be kind enough to give publicity to the following :-A short time back 1 nosaw a notice from the Municipal Council warning housen. holders to remove all rubbish from their premises, which was very necessary, especially at such a time when small.pox threatens us. Now, if the Mayor and Aldermen of this city would walk up our principal street in front of Messrs. Womhey's, Foxall's, and Birkenhead's they would see suffi. cient nuisance to create disease-a pool of stinking water. I cannot think but this nuisance must have been noticed by some whose place it is to report such matters. I sincerely trust something will be done at once to remove such a dangerous nuisance to the residents of Auburn Street. A RESIDENT.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

.Trevanian SHve you succeeded ?' inquired the liwyer witli'' fiindly smile, as he entered the private; bffice; :where: the interview, betwieenr his' client ii'dMiles had takeri place. . - ' Not yet I' vas the reply. ' Perhaps you -had better trist the.'affair intob my 'halnds.' suggesteldMr. Foster'; .y employ ing the' ipolice vwe shall s6ooi obtain': %sime trac ;bf the.man yio seek 'I' i .:;: j ' -No--o !' interrupted the woman hlastily, 'it ~iobiild place him on hisiguard I Once aliirmned:. ie inight find means to-quit' thel country: He liiislong beeii at'iar ivitli justice. By-the-bye,' she added, with the air of a person wvho'suddenly reollected some circiiiistanice' of trivial 'iimportaice,-"' in' looking ;over my 'graidfatier's papeis, I discove'red a handi -bill in 'wliih your- name is imentibfied' : ' Mine?' -: 7 i SHis'client'laid: befdre: liiii the' papler des cribing the disappejirance of George Maitland, offerifig a re\vaird far any' i'itelligeine' 'W~hich' 'night lead' ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

- COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BUSINEss during the week has been quiet, and tiadespeople complain somewhat in consequence. A change for the better can hardly be expected until the return of the spring season. Wool.-We have nothing of importance to re. port in this issue. Sheepskins.-The market is gradually becoming firmer for all classes of skins, and the demand ex ceeds the supply at present. Hides.-These are enquired for rather more than forisome weeks past, and are worth from 7s. Gd. to 12s.:: Tallow.-This commodity is wanted for export ind prices are firmer at from 18s. 6d to 21s' per owt. Breadstuffs.-The demand for tallow, bran, and pollard is increasing, and a large quantity is finding its way along the line of railway to the districts further south, prices are the same as lait week. Wheat.-There is not a great deal of this cereal arriviog, and the miller's stocks, on account of their continual gristiog, are gradually reducing the price for good samples, at present it is 4s. Gd. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

REQUIRING AND CLOTHING AT A Moderate Price NEED GO FURTHER THAN Draperyj House BELMORE-SQUARE. H E IS NOW DISPOSING OF Ladies' Good.. Black Jackets, FROM 4s iID. Ladies' Extra Heavy Blk. Jackets for 7s gd , Splendidly Trimmed Blk. Jackets,, for I5s 6d And has them in all qualities to '.35s Ladies' Dolmans, a few in the.latest designs Strong Serviceable Stays from is 6d per pair The Wht. Stays he is offering at 3s 6d are S woritliy of any one's notice Children's Ulsters from 6d each, with hood and cord and tass Children's Jacket, nice trimmed, from 2s 6d Ladies' Ulsters at I3s 6d-worth 2os : A Splend' 4ssortnient 0 MIL E Untrimmed Its in 1 the newest-tiape New Plush, F ower Ithers c. Infarits' Pel sses, at 3s 6d-nice trimmed and he vily braided are worth 5s 6d. TI' DRE8 D PARTMENT Is wo/ thy of visit from anyone equir g Dress Goods. Black paeas at 73d per yard, worth iod ,, ,, Is , , s 3d ,, ,, Is 3d ,, ,, ,, s 6d Bla Persian Cords, is per yard, worth is 3d ,, . ,, r is 6d ,, ,, Is9d...

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THURSDAY, JULY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

THURSDAY, JULY 7. In the Legislative Assembly, Ministers answered several questions. Sir Henry Parkes stated, in reply to Dr. Ross, that the Government would consider the intro: duction, during the present session, of a bill to make vaccination compulsory; and in reply to Mr. Leyser Levin and Mr. M'Elhone, that in relation to the claims and decisions of ringbarking fresh legislation would be sought for if it should be con sidered to be necessary. Mr. W. Forster denied the truth of a statement whibch, according to Hansard, was made by the Colonial Secretary in a previous session to the effect that he, (Mr. Forster), had frequently applied .for an increase in his salary while he held the office of .\gent General. The statement was utterly without foundation. Sir Henry Parkes said there was not a line in the correspondence to show that the hen. member ever made such an application, but as hg recommended increase in the salaries of all his dfficere, together with the appointment of his ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

R SA I, H AW ER'S WAGGOON- I be sondl Cheap, S ner having no further a for it. Apply to S. URGE. To ight To-nig t. I TUST LA DED, A Secial1 Line o Exhi ition L Lastings t 6s. AT J. WE RNE'S. MARS. KING, ssmaker, lifford st . A I'.O It ERS entrust d to me i re.eive SIMEDIATE attent n. THE DTIES / OFT / s Rento 's S ct o RESUMED on MONDAJy Y VA5 CI?S for Day Pupils nd Music Pupils. Clinton-street, Goulburn. SS S ETING, tague-stree Goulbu . S0 D IrS will RESUMn OND .Y JULY 1Tl. MRS. ILLER VT/"L RESUME HER LESSO in V DA\NCING, on I IDAY, ? -IST., at Tern ance Hall, Goldsmith-styre ,t 2p.; a' her CLASS for DRAWI\, .on MO N'D , 11th instant. Terms, address, AUBURN HILL COTTAGE. Gr ?d WALLA Y-DRI VE, 0 TAKE PLACE N THE 23Dn, A Sherwin's F1 ts, Tarag N Ge Otremen, r' g guns and hips. L_ ",r YATT BROT RS. Tempe ance Hll, BINDA. LOOK OUT FOR CO CERT A BAL ~., T?UESD? Y, JULY 19'm. rookwellBIhd for SDancing. For further particulars see hand bills. lYnnicipalit of Goulburn. TEN RS. TE DERS will...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY JULY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

PAr ..RL:IA:MEN .TARY.. WEDNESDAY JU-LY 6 IN ithe Legislative Council. ' Sir George Inres, " That thlie House do now proceed to Government House, there to present.to his Excellency the Governor'the address in reply to 'the speech delivered by his Excellency at the opening of both Houses of Parliament:.' The motion wvig agreed to.. On their re turn, the President read td the House his Excellency's reply:; SirJhn Robertson moved ,the adoption of the usual sessional orders, and the motions were agreed to; . .: .:'Siir John RobeirtsIoiin moved theappointment of thlie Hi Josephli ' Docker is iChairmian of Conimmitties of the ,whiole House during the present; session. . , The motion was agreed to, and the Council then adjourned., In the Legislative Assembly. . The"House immediately after m'eetinig pro. ceeded to Government to. preisenit to his Excellency .:the Governor: the address in reply to the opening speech, and on :its return the presentation 'was reported by Mr. Speaker. The Vale o...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

Telegraphic intelligence [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENITS. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. ItN the Asseimbly yesterday the business transacted was unimportant. The time weas occupied in csseussion .of matters of little importance till 7.30 p.m, whent he House adjourned. SThe Ohinese Restriction Bill is precisely the same as.that argued by the Conferences in Sydney at the beginning of the year, excepting the restriction clauses, which are made more severe. Another case of smallpox is reported from Sus sex.Street yesternight, the victim being a young girl named Manoghan, aged 11 years. The doe. tors pronounce this the worst that has come under notice. All the inmates of the house, and also those from the Glebe. ivere removed to the quaran. tine station during the night. The Squadron left Melbourne yesterday after noon.- A programme of entertainments has beeo arranged for them during their stay in Sydney. They will leave here on the 23rd instant. - Sir Bryan O'Loghlen has nearly completed the task of formi...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

THE Goulburn Agricultural, Pastoral, and Horticultural Society's Committee of M1an agement are, it would seem, leaving no stone unturned in making the spring Show an equal or even greater success than the one held in autumn, of which so much has been wriftten about. - The Committee have now taken advantage of the National Agricultural Society's failure in holding ' an Intercolonial Sheep Show in Sydney, and have decided to hold a Show in Goulburin on September 15th; and they are about to issue invitations to the. principal sheep-breeders in all the Colonies. This is a step ,in the right direction, for situated as Goulburn is in a geographical sense, coupled with the fact of the facilities that are offered by the capacious yards and. sheds in the Society's ground, we know of no part of the colony that could excel :.Goulburn in: the matter of - accommodation, Which alone renders valuable aid in brihging a show toea successful issue.- The Committee, in order to make the Sheep Show. a s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

FOR SALE, p LRST PRIZE CANARIES. D. EA , Goulburn. IF YOU WANT CHILAP AND GOOD Glass,. Earthenware, &o., SGO TO UOPPOSI ACOJ , DDLER. Cups and Saucers As 6 af d 4s 6( per doz. Tumblers "4s, 6s per doz. White a d d China Cups and Saucers 10s 6d per dqz, Tinware of all descriptions, &c. All kinds of Made-up Underclothing, &c. MRS. C. J. KNIGHT, AuBuRN-STREsT. / Just Arrived, .GARDEN SEEDS, SUITABLE FOIL PtL?'ENT SOWING, C ONSISTING of Pe. ,mariouns sorts bage, ditto ditto Creo bbage Lettu ,elery, Turnip and other ? (?) , Cauliflow (urious), Beet, Leek, P sley, arrot, Mustard,/Parsnip, Onion, Savoy "c. ., -To be S0 Strictly Syd_ Pioes. These seeds arc from one of the best nurseries in Sydney. A. A. HERR, Argyle Drug Store, GOULBURN. "Lives of great men all iemind us, We can make our lives sublime; And, departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time." f HE above is read with great interest by .I. thousands of young men. It inspires them with HorE, for...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

GOULBIURN ITEMS. THE Good Templars announce that their first grand concert will be given in the Temperance Hall, Gold smith-street, on July 23. The Oddfel-ows' Band have gratuitously offered their services for the first concerti and Mr. RIlichards has kindly offered his services on the'same terms, which the committee have thankfully accepted. The best local talent has been secured for-the occasion, and as the pro ceeds of these concerts are to be devoted to charit. able purposes, and the admission fixed at the low rate of sixpence, we feel assured that the public will eoll up, and so lend their aid to assist those members of humanity less fortunate thau them. selves. Tin following sele? Lions were made on Thursday last at the Goulburt land-office :-Patrick Quinn, 40 acres, parish Gurrundab, county Argyle ; Phil. lip Handley, 50 acres, parish of Bourke, county Argyle; William Lewis, 40 acres, parish of Bourke, county Argyle; S. Emanuel, 45 acres, parish of Gundary, county Argyle; Rob...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 8. BEFORE Messrs. Meyers, Alexander, and Horn. Moses Cavanagh, for drunkenness, was cautioned and discharged. Joseph Ward and Cornelius Hall were again brought up charged with making use of profane language. Both prisoners pleaded not guilty. Mr. Gannon defended the prisoners. Constable Drummond deposed : On Tuesday night about ten o'clock, in consequence of a noise I heard in Pratt's lane, I went there and found the two prisoners and two females fighting; I hetrd prisoner Hall make use of the language on the piece of paper produced now shown to prisoneres; I arrested them both. To Mr. Gannon : They were about thirty yards from Sloane-street 'I believe thelane is a public one. Constable Marshall deposed I know the lane referred to; it is open to the public; I havoheard it called Little ~loanestreet, and it is known by other names if is at the back of Pratt's store. To Mr. Gannon :. The lane went up to the yard where the stables are ; I won't swear...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.]   LONDON, Friday. A PROCESS SERVER in Ireland while executing his duty was dragged off his horse and half-murdered. The latest bulletin from Washington is again re- assuring. The President is steadily gaining strength. The doctors express sanguine hopes of his early recovery. The Royal Commission appointed for the settle- ment of the Transvaal affairs are making satisfac- tory progress, and there is every reason to hope that their labours will be soon brought to a suc- cesful termination.

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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 9 July 1881

Goulburn PriOes Current. Flour, fine, £13 per ton; seconds, £12 Wheat, 4e 6d. per bushel Bread, 3d.,to 4d. per 2.lb. loaf Oats, 2s. 6d. to 2s. 9d. per bushel Maize, 2s. lOd. to 3s per bushel Barley, 2s. Gd. to 2s 8d per bushel Flay, £3 5s to £3 lOs'per ton Straw, 35s. to 40s. per ton Potatoes, £2 15s to £3 5s per ton Bacon, 4d. per lb. . Hanus, 8d. per lb. Butter, fresh, is. 3d. to; 1s. 9d. per lb. ; salt, ls. Lard, 3d. per.lb. Eggs, is. 3d. to 1s, Gd. per dozen ;: Cheese, 44d;. to 5d. per lb. . Bran, 1s. 2d per bushel Pollard, Is. 2d. per bushel-: Onions, 13s. Gd. to 14s:Od per cit';:. Fat llethers, p'ime;}7s to 8S:?. Store Wlrethers, 5s. Store Ewes, 4s. Od,: to 5sG. Od. Store Coattle, 22s.:: .. Pa?gs, 3d. to 31d.per lb. Beef (retail),,26d. to 3d; per lb.... Mutton (retail), 2-d. to 3d, per lb. 7 e Hides, 7s. 6d toils. each Sheepskins, 4jd. to 5Gd. per lb. Tallow, 21s. to 22s. per owt. Wattle Bark, £2 10s to £2 15s. per ton. Poullry-Fowls, 2s.. per pair; turkeys, 3.. Gd. to 4s. 6d....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

* GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Ken'ing Penny Post [PRINTED BY STEAM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNUON It has the largest ciroulation of any paper south of Sydney.. and is a first-class advertising medium TERMS OF SUBSOCIIPTION : 12,,. per S.sasnnms, or 3s. per Qullarle Any asubscriber wishing to decline the papal must do so at the end of the quarters terminating in March, 'June, September, and December, in writing, or will be held responsible for the amount of..their subscription. S JOB PIIN NG: The Evening Penny Post oream Maohine Printn. Office is the CHEAPEST OFFIOE OUT OF SYDNEY, Job 'Printing. Orders executed at the shortest notice. nAgents ; Qeanboyan....s...............E P. .Longh ,Cad?i rnlir :. ,E.......:.... .E. .Bootbh.KT? Gundaroo . ...; .;..H.:J. Ma Grath Gininderra ........;........G. Gillespie .Gunnisg ........ ...:A. H. Line Dalton ..W..., -..;..;i. ... .iJ. Wheatley Bungendh re .....:.c..........J. Mo Jannett Hoskingtown....:.E. Walsh &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

Wanted to Purohase, A TIRST.CLASS LIGHT SPRINT.CA HORSE. Apply to B. C. PRATT n street. St. Nicholas' ranch, Church f England Tem erance Society. SUAL MOINT Y MEETING, T BISDAY LJ BVENING, a half.pa..t 7, St. \e ',olns' School-room. CHAl ;S WV EBB, Secret ty MRS. C CFO ), iDressma A*LL Nde left at Mrs. Hampshire's, Br dloy stree will be carefully attend to. girl as an impr an ? at once. £2 Re ard. OST, etween Goldsmiths reet and . st's, .A AENTS' SILVER W ATOH. A y per. son'retu ing the above to Mlis. KING or M. J Hallora, Goods shed, Goulburn will rec ive the above. Indepe dent Order of Oddfellows, A MEF ING will be h d at the BEE 1VE H EL, Auburn-s eet, Goulliur , on WEDNF D.\Y, JULY 13, at half-past seven o'clock, or the purpose of for ?g a brance of the above 0 der. A. BUSHMAN, Hon. Sec. Wallaby rive. W 1L come off at GORi AN'S GU TLY, on ATURDAY 16THI 1 STANT. All are respect 11y invited to shootor divo, me 9 o'clock sharp./,J. BROWN.J GOULBURN Pro ress C ommaittee A M TING of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

XTTAUbED, ST-OL XSSN >TAILO SBUSHEMAN'S\ TAILORING ES LI1 MENT. XITANTED,: Good FEMALE OK. ' ARGYLE INN, Montague.stree . X TAl PED, INDOI, MAN to groom, gar en ; i' / aill, and male , himself useful. .ply DlR. Y, EiurstvillCal6 e ". . it'O'Sated, -dl A STRONG LAD for the BLACKSMIl,[ NG. .t Apply to J. PEARD, Blacksmith, or or. street. sated. JOR owral, AN Ii USRIOUS GIRL ab i 1 , to ssist in ligh household duties. ?'ood home, mall family;/ wa gs s. per week For parbi lars apply MRns. T. WOOD, Auburn. street. Wanted, A GENERAL FEMALE SERVANT. y at THOMAS' FAMILY ,HOTEL. :Baeseaied, AT Gillespio's Boot Factory, 12 or 15 B24 Siforr, the ,CGUTTING, FINISHIN ,or MAKING D.EPARTMENT. C. GILLESP ''1aantecI, A 'HOUSEMAID, Apply to M??it . SEMANUEL, Lanadowne. 1IHT. OR NINE SMIART BOYS as Ap? i. t1tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factory. ply WOOD & CO'S:, .Adbur.strst et: Apprentices, Wanted, SRO\ 14 to 18, for the SADDLE, 1HARNE :.and COLLAR MAKING. Bonuses , n as well' as wag...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

Tre vanian !I The narriage of the late baronet's son, and his banishment from the paternal mansion, were freely related j: but. when7 the :'urious visitor began to inquire ;how the 'resent one' had passed his youthi and'drijer years, 'either the prudence ,or .the. fidelity of the faithful d6ihostiEi tooltlh;ealdni." : .. She could inform lier -~othin'e upon ihiat point-absolutely nothing . . SThere ,ii?ears a degree' 6f-romaince i li is history,' observed the lady, 'cwhich hasinter ested me! Is there a portrait of him in the house ? ' SA dry negative was the reply of'Mrs Eve rett. ' 'He"must liave suffered greatly,!! , The housekeeper thought he lihad but knew nothing positive upon the subject:,-y; . By this time they had reached thie picture gallery hiung with ithe 'ortraiti of the lMior daunts for'many generations. They weire ain ancient family, and ,hadj evidefitly taken con siderable pride in the collection-which com-' menced with~several Holbeitisw-arriors and dames who ihad fl...

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THE NEW POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

THE NEW POST AND TELEGR.APH OFFICES. THIS noble structure being now on the point of completioi, and from its majestic appear ance forming the chief object of interest to the visitbfoi'e,,. in oider that " 6ur readers may form some idea of the :building itself, paid a visit of ih'pection'on Thilrsday last, and was courteously' supplied with the information sought for, and, accompanied over the build ing by M1'. H. Horn, a son of the contractor, arid Ican now give the result of-odir'visit.. The buiilding itself is of Italian ai-chitect', ralSdesign; having ornamented fluted pilasters with Ionic and Doric caps.: A tower rises in .the centre to the height of too feet. to the summit, around which is a brick parapet wall. The roof of :each:lving rises a'number of feet higher than any, of the buildings in the street and causes a striking contrast-the iiore so on account of the sit;uation" of the building being in what is at ?ipesent the busiest part of the city.' :In size the frontage 'rui...

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