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

No fire again in the court-house.e.. .Lawpers, ,magistrates, and reporters, blue with the cold oigsiii'to. dy at court-;ouse.......... eWe acgain remind Our readers of the public meet. ilg at the Mechanics' Institute to-morrow evening. . A child fell over. theei'nbanknment at Paramatta oi Satusday last, and glotbadly bruised. ::;Anm-explosion of 'ga?i?took place on Saturday last..i!o aiina and ironmongocry establishment in Sydoy. A child: named Rouhan was kicked by aihorse causing a compound fracture of the slkll at ?Red. fern on Saturday lasth.:i , - "The dead body of a'n 'i ifat was'found on a heap of stones at Ultimo on'Saturday last. j~.The body of the fariner Peppard ~who:was dro idd et"WSingarattirhlis been discovered:`" The Church of Engl&adý Synod at Brisbane will commence its sittings on tlih 9th Augus' 10,000 persons attendedithe inauguration service sof tlij Aiielaide: Exhibitiosion Sunday iast. 150 surpliced choristers took :'part in the services.', Special prayr...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

e;lographic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRFSPONDrITS.1 SYDNEY,.: TUESDAY.? .?' Tr?cEnew Licensing Rill provides for the establish. ment of a constitution for licensing districts, and dourts_ for each district. The..government may; appoint a court of .ihne persons,nto hbe paid for their' servicos, in country -districts- the police magisa trtates or licensing, magistrates to form the, court. No person interested in the sale or manufacture of liquors to hold: office under the bill.. Licenaing' courts held quarterly, and inspectors to be appointed to examine liquors offered for sale. Local option is alao, to be introduced. After the passing of the aettlie granting of new licenses or transfers will be contingent upon the vote of the ratepayers in each miiniciljality. 'The bill is very comprehen; aive and appears to be well framed. The weather continues very thick and boisteroas with heavy rain, pouring throughout the night and this morning. . . . .... The Marine Board yesterday commenced a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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THE MARSUPIAL AND BUSTARD PRESENT TO THE LORD MAYOR OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

TfiE LMARSUi Phr L AND BUSTA1D ePRESENT .TO T0'TH ~ LORD MAIYOR OF LOŽNDON. ' TuIIs southern city,. T have no;doubt, Willsoon be famed dthe world throughout Not for the small-pock from Foc Chu Foo, But the royal smell of her kangaroo. _,The great soUp-makers-- .'m;told it's;triis .' Are about to meet for, a hub.hub boo, Because ox-tail' soup, anud insbl;turtle too, Iul utbe soupereded by kangaroo: To Loudoa city, the papers say, Our Royald-Nimrod'has sent away; For the tord ?ayor's.dinner a choice morgeau A turkey bustard and kangaroo. 'oh'lI eoi'l theldierr hps Andidrink;to the freszing pr cess in-shipo,; Whlien they taste the soup and iutipodl stoew .'Of: tl?i frozen marsulpial, thoekangaroo.: ' I'm stirei Mr Gladstone will 'ask the lord Mayor (For I believe the Premier will take the chair) To invite Parhell;and his:Irishl crew,) : t :: Just' to give theina'taste, forkadigaro ' ?:;' Profeseor Soycir willsurol3 go mad, ., .. " : And the London poer rejoice Iaid be glad :'. 'Whemn t...

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Licensing Court. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

L:. icensing Court; Tilis DAY. BEFOiir Messrs.ora s, ITing, A S. : Chisholi; ~ "1 'ilison, T. Marsdel,' and Cropper.: -'.-..i Mr. Gannon applied on" behalf ,of Robert Robertson bof Taraigi, `for a house, to be called the Auistrialiin-Hotel, at that place, An'objection lihd'boiin filed, that, the-house was not requied •A letter was read --by Mr. Gannon from the Bech'iof MIagistrates tit .Taralga,' stating that note being gazetted as. a :Licensing Bench,, could o?t grant; it,.:but;recommended the applicant? to: the Bench at Goullburn. A letter from Mr. J. Whiting, J.P., objecting to the granting of the license, as an additional house was noet equired. Refeired back to Taralga for the consideration of the Bench at that place. Mr: Betts' applied - on 'behalf of -Thomas Cunningham for a transfer of the license from the official assignee in the Insolvent Estate of John Leamy,- for the Farnime?s Rest, Hotel, on the Mummell-readi:' t '1 Mr Ganioio an; i3eared. for` the police, and objected ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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TO "THE SEXTON." [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

.TO TH SEXTON: The river, singing sweetly, flows swiftly on its way,, i am sittin 0on its bnk,, 'tis early in the di ['he birdi are singing gaily on almost every tree,-,, .And I hear the humming of the busy little b'e? e ' I heed them not, for what are thOy. wheni coi mpared withthee ?': j (The bare idea is:so absurd it makes me laugh with glee.) -; :.: . ; , '.:' Oh i my gentle sexton, forgetme if you may, You never shall'prevenb all thalt Thavet' say If Maeid's aniswcr : be favourable?i 'then' pit~thisit i If not, ,then i may tell yon miy teinder heart's desiroi;l ' Isto make you happy'. a wedding,there will:be If you consent, my dearest,.for I, myself, agree, And you'll never be troubled'':with:refusals, from So now .Im: really tired and willi say nop more Biialt ill iiiait' an auswer pat.iently frodi you ,my And hope to get it soon-on the bright side of this year, .._.... .. -. I'11 not conclude; my poor, deor brave old sexton true, Wihtddt' 'ishing hedalth and' alppine4s aumd *...

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. SIn,--In taking a turn round the city this morn. ing,.two or three questioun suggested themselves whivh I should like to have explained, and 1, shall, with your permission, put to you categorically. No. 1. Can you inform me who is the owner of that noble edifice opposite Mr. Conolly's gate in. Sloane street, where do congregate a number of the heathen Chinese and their lady friends ? No 2. Can you say by whose authority the trees in B13nore square are being estroy(d of their beauty by the manner in which they are being de liuded of theiir braonches?One would have thought a professional gardener would have been employed, considering that the expense is borne by our Parlia ment and not by the, rates collcted -by. our civic fathers. . No. 3.1.Can you informn your, readers' h.ow much of.our rates, which are collected for repairing the stretlt, havebheds expoudod on the Corporation sale yards. No. 4. I should like to know whether the ?om mittee 'd...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. GENERAL SIR RICHARD WA[?]DY is dead. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

[LEUTER'S TELEOGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY.... GENERAI L Sir. RIaIARID nWAIRDY is dead. The amount?l of loan issued on, behalf of the Italian Governmerit .is thirty millions bearing interest at five per cent. The latest fromi Afghanistan states that Ayoub Khan has left Herat with a considerable force. It is believed that active hostilities will soon be re. newed between Ayoub and the Aimeer. The French fleet maintains an active bombard'i ment of Sfax. An attemlit to effebt a landing has been effectually prevented by the Arabs.

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

-'::GUNNING.; : (From our Gorrespolndet ) ODDFELLOWSsHIP.- The True Friendship Lodge held their regular 'meeting on Satur day evening. Three members were initiated. All accounts for the qiuarter were passed for payment, and the balance sheets. read and adopted. . PROPERTY.-Mr. W. R. Reynolds has dis posed of privately Mr. Collet's property, now occupied by Mr. Sherriff, at a satisfactory price to M'Ir. A: Mc Manus. IAND OFFICE.-The following selections were taken up on Thursday last :-Jolii-White, 50 acres; parish.Winduella ; Edward Sheekey, 50 acres, parish Winduella; G. T.- Waye, 200o acres,.parish Garway; Patrick Tully, sen., 50 acres, parish Lampton,; .Martin Clancy, jun., 6o0acres, parish Garway. -:The appearance of sickness in a house in Sussex-street, near Druitt-Street was sufficient grounds for reporting the: matter to the Treasury j .authorities. Dr." Hodson visited the house, .and found that a little girl, It years of age, nained Monaghan (who is living witlh her father a...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

GOULBURI N POICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY II. BEFORE: Messrs. Voss, C. Cropper, and King. .Villiam- Cuddy on remand, was brought upi, carged on suspicion of being cdfunsound mind, and was further remanded till Monday next, pending an order for adinission into the Brieevolent Asyluin.- Francis Deattry, aged 7z, was charged with vagrancy. Pleaded guilty, and wasremanded till Mbndy'y next, pending an order for his admission to' the Benievolent Asyluh~. SJohn' Lewis, a- .i ablebodied, man, was charged with vagrancy. :It appeared that the prisoner had just completed a sentence of six months imprisoniment at Berrima.-: Ordered' to be sent to gaol for one modnth; with hard labour. :.Timothy Butler .was. charged witlh being drunk; Pleaded guilty:; and:was.fined 55s or, tw'o days in gaol George.Oberon was charged with vagrancy. Was dischlirged bn giving a promise that he wouldclear out.. Mary Britten, an old woman, (infirm), gave herselfup for protection.:. Was ordered to go to gaol for seven day...

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

VACA ILS rF ESPEC BLE BO S or to Railway otel, Sl a reeft Ter mcsrate. MRS. WOOWo FOR. SAL , F 1RST PRIZE CANARIES. D. E RY, SGoulburn. Furnished Apartments To Let, ALSO VACANCIES FOR BOA RS. TERMS MODERATE. CLIVE IHOU Sloane street, Gou bui (Late Casbel House. Mas. BUTLER, having engaged a DRESS MAKER from Sydney, is prepared to EXECUTE ORDERS on the shortest notice, and most reason able terms. " We Won't Give You a illet." 'Day Coach to Gou iurn. TIHE undersigned will start a Coo from B wood to Goulburn EVERY UNDAY THURSDAY, leaving the Comme?ia-4- at 10 a.m., and arriving in Goulburn p.m. ill leave the Royal Hotel, Goulburn, on TUESDAY aid SATURDAY at 9 a.m., arriving in Braidwood at 5 a.m. Fares.Each Way, 10s, .si The Mail Coach will run as usual. KINGSLAND & MALONE. OHEAPEST Funeral Establishment IN THE DISTRICT. SWALTER DANI ii IN thanking his numerous suppor rs for pas? favors, begs to assure thos wh ay entrust him with their orders ho will continue to CONDUCT FUN RAL...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

GOULBU?1T? ITEMS. THE football match between the Goulburn and Balmain clubs'came off on Saturday after noon last, and was witnessed by a number of spectators in; ,Brobkes' paddock, who were anxious to witness that' which was generally spoken of as the match of the season. The weather: was favourable- until about four o'clock when a heavy mis't came on. The Balmain team is considered as one of the leading clubs- in: the metiopolis, and their play in a match. against the Wallaroos--the crack club of Sydney--had been highly spoken' of., The Goulburn' Club was :well represented. Previous .to coinmencing the match; both, teamss were photographed by Wood,' and an opportunity was 'afforded:of comparing the physique of the teams. Gan non, the Goulburn captain, having won the toss, selected the northern goal. Play 'com menced by Balmain kicking, off; and' the contest at once .grew[fast and furious.: g:Fromi the commencement the. strengthi of :the ;reds and blacks was soon perceived, for, the...

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GOULBURN COURT OF INQUIRY. MONDAY, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 July 1881

GOUULBURN COURT'- OF INQUIRY. MoNDAY, JULY 11. BE6oii Mir.' Commissioner King. Mr. -'nspector Croiper .was in atteindance. .Robert.Fenivick'jui.; for proof of residence on his freehold, in virtue of which lhe had taken, up two conditional purchases under the 22nd clause, containirg 442 acres and 80 acres respectively, selected in March,' 1876, in theparislh of Laggan. Mr. Betts appeared foe the selector, and proved that he had resideol on the freh ,ild nearly three years hefoase he selected, and about five months afterwards.' Mr.Crojpper crossoexaniinedl the -selector; and the':Conitnissioner recommnenided: the selection for approval Alfred Carpenter, to prove residence on a con. ditional purchase of 40 acres, in the parish of Eden Forest, selected ini April 1876. Mr. Cropper proved, that he inspected the selec. tion oin February, 1881, and found no appearance of! resideice::excepting a eskillion hut, and there .was very little appearance of. traffic abomtn the place; lie valued the...

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

DIED.     JULY 11th, at the residence of her parents,     Australia-street, South Goulburn, GERTRUDE       MARION, the dearly beloved daughter of DAVID and MARIAN WATSON, aged seven years and   six months.   MARRIED.   ON the 21st June, 1881, at Christ Church, Tenter- field, by the Rev. Thomas Hyder, JOHN JAMES, eldest son of the late GEORGE RICHARDS (Town Clerk, Goulburn) to ADELA   MARY, eldest daughter of MERTON SMITH, squatter, Tenterfield.

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

To t]he Editor of the Evening Penny Post. SIR,-In your issue of Thursday last there appeared a report from Mr. Reid, the traffic manager, from which any person, not know ing the facts of the case, would infer that as the complaints emanated from me they were groundless and without foundation. When I made the complaints of the irregularities that existed at the railway station, I stated only what were facts, and which were and are known to others besides myself. Mr. E. B. Barber, Mr. Bullard, and others interested in the goods traffic could testify to the truth and justice of the assertions I made. On the. very day that this so-called inquiry was made by Mr. Reid, Mr. Barber, the well known forwarding agent of Clinton-street, went to the station-yard with.two six-horse teams, and succeeded in loading one team by himself; but for the want of assistance the other team had to leave after a consider able time without a load, the goods that he went for being at the station at the time. On...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. TuE usual weekly meeting of the aboe society was held in the new meeting-room last night. The ohair. was occupied by the Rev. G. M. D'Aroy Irvine, M.A. (president), who opened the meeting in thecustomary manner Matters of a preliminary nature were quickly disposed of; but when it came to the special business of the evening-a ministerial debate on the subject of taxing bachelors-it was decids.d to postpone the matter till next debate night, on account of the small number of members present and the absence of three of the ministry. Impromptu addresses were substituted for the business of the evening; and as later on a large number of members put in an appearance some animated discussions arose on tile subjects intro duced A lecture will be given to the members next Monday evening by Mr P G. Myers, M1.P, on "The Benefits of Literary Societies;" and as members have the privilege of bringing friends there will doubtless be a large att...

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CELEBRATION OF THE 12th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

CELEBRATIUN OF THE 12th JULY. TH two lodg s of Goulburn celebrated the 12th Jsiyj aivereary in real good Jtyle in the shape of a tea and grand concert. For some time previous, the officers and several members of the lodges were most persevering in their efforts to bring tile cole b@ation of their institution to a successful issue, and nobly have their efforts been rewarded. On Tues day evening last, a really first-class ten, provided b3 Mr. J. Pain of Auburn-street, was laid out in the infant school-room at the rear of the lecture hall, Goldsmith-street. The viands were of the best description -the tea was geood, and the pot plants, (artifical and'natural), that were on the tabile lent no small amount of attraction to the scene that met the ?vieiv-on entering thie room. So great was the number that attended the tea, that no less than three relays had to be provided for, and tried the caterer's eflorts, which were equal to the occasion. The obliging manner of the very nice ladies tha...

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Presbyterian Band of Courage. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

Presbyterian Band of Courage. THE above body of workers in the temper ance cause held their usual monthly meeting on Monday evening last in St. Andrew's schoolroom. The Rev. A. M. Tait occupied the chair, the Rev. T. Osborne of Taralga also being present. The rev. chairman con ducted the customary examination of the juveniles, after which he called upon master D.'Cochrane to commence the programme by reciting "Timothy Humble," the same being rendered in very good style. Miss A. Kerr followed with a recitation entitled "The Frenchmen and the Rats," which caused the auidience to indulge in hearty laughter. E. McKellar next recited "The Rabbits," re ceiving a round of applause for the same. Two young ladies then came forward and sung "The Neat Little Clock," in which their sweet voiceshblended harmoniously together. This was followed by a recitation entitled " True Tragedy," rendered by D. McKellar, who was succeeded on the platform by A. Strang, who recited "The Little Fisher." G. Dow...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

GOULBUIRN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JULY II. BEFORE Mr. Voss, Thomas Jones, a lad r6 years of age, charged with using obscene language, was fined 2os or seven days. William Moran was charged with mali ciously injuring a window and other articles on the I2th June. Mr. Gannon appeared for defendant. Thomas Moran, coach proprietor, de posed: Defendant had been a tenant of mine till three or four days ago; I complain of a window being damaged and broken; a lock from one of the doors was broken, and had disappeared; some timber had been taken off the premises and burned; the house was in good repair when defendant took posses sion about four months ago; it would cost £9 or ?IO to replace the damage; I value the window at i5s. To Mr. Gannon: I brought the defendant up before on this.charge and two magistrates dismissed it... Alfred Campbell, a witness, had been sub penaed, and did not appear. This witness's evidence-that was tendered on the 29th of June last was read over and accepted by M...

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BREVITIES. No fresh cases of small-pox. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

BREVITIES. No fresh cases of smallipox. The Squadron have arrived in Sydney. Will Maud Wilmot kindly supply a copy of last poem, 'Reply to Wizard,' the manusoript of whioh has been mislaid. A prisoner in Darlinghurst gaol was flogged under sentence and received 25 lashes last week. A sbipment of frozen meat has been placed on board the Cuzco for London, and is the first com. plete shipment sent from Sydney. The diggings at Mount Browne are improving, and the population is increasing there. The Minister for Lands is gradually recovering his health, A deliberate attempt to murder a man named Lynch was made on Thursday evening last at Mitiamo' The would be murderer has been arrested. A large and influential public meeting was held at Jerilderee on Tuesday last, to urge upon the Government the speedy.construction of a line from Narandera to that place. Another fire occurred in Sydney on Tuesday last, by which a brick stable on the Grafton Wharf was destroyed. Inspectors have been appoin...

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TO THE SEXTON. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

TO THE SEXTON. Ab, ah, my friend, you seem to take the love from all around So I myself am going to try to stand upon your ground; And if 1 fail, dear Sexton, with the love I freely gave, Then you shall have the pleasure, love, to dig this fair one's grave. Still I will hope, for hope is all, and if F.M. should win, . . . I'll die as I have lived, with a broken heart within ; You must not think.that I am old, or that I cannot get Some on6 to love this lonely form, that's seventeen as yet. 1 too, like Maud, have'loved in vain, and bitter is the smart; And if, dear sexton, you will take this lonely wounded heart, I'll banish from my mind, false.Joe, the cause of Sall my pain AndI willtry, my sexton dear, to live and love again. In thy old days I'll cherish thee i and when thou cannot work, I'll go snd labbur'in.th'e fields, or in the chiurchyard lurk. I'l. nurse thee.in thy sickmess, and. thou shall Snot regret That you and I, dear sexton, have through this paper met. JENNIE. :Goulbur...

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