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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

: Teiegraphic Intelligence [FROM OUR o CORRESPO'NDENTS ] SYDNEY, SAsURDAY. Ii tlie Assembly.yesternight, the Supply Bil passed its third readings. The No .Liability': Bill was. read a second time; the Ad Eiindem Degrees Bill passed through committee. The inquest on the laite fire at Bechets' establishment has been further adjourned till Frida:y?next. ' .., ., The Coferene wvill :coniclude'its sittings on Tuesday; next ;and members will return home by special'tramoiiin ?VedneSday evening. SThe Coilaroy still?remniins in . the saime positioin and continued attempts are: being. made to float-heri biit SoS far without:'success., A ,fatal boat acciddfrit ob'cciree' at Wincisoi yesterlday. A: .farmer iiaimed Wall, and : his twd d:aughters Were 'drowned. The ,bodies. have been tibund; . : i •A telegran ifrofim Melbourne states:than an exflosion occurred in theeniginehotise of the New Chum mine, SaldhuGi·s, ;yesterday.- :Men were throivn: violently, in all directions, ,.and the. biiilding l...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

CABLE MIESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. J LONDON, Jan. 19. DISQUIETING intelligence continues, to. be re ceived by the authorities regarding the:.m6ve ments of Fenians throughout the country. Special information has been received by the police with referenice to an intended;attempt upon'the magazines at Woolwich, wlich has led to. extra precautions being taken there and to an increas'e in the ,military:guard. ST. PETERSBUstRG, Jan. I9. Intelligence has been received to-day from the force under General Skobeloff, which is at present besieging the Turkomans at Geok Tepe; reporting further sanguinary fighting. The besieged had made another desperate sortie; but were completely repulsed by the Russians, and had to retire. The latter are now bombarding-the place, The storm, which resulted yesterday iin a heavy flood of the Thames, has now extended over the western parts of Europe, occasioning heavy damage. Telegraph lines in many places have been broken down, and the mails have also ...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, JAN. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

tiEuTES's P 'ELtORIt iS.' LONDON, JN. 2I. T'HE Great Powers have abandoned the proposal to settle the Greek 'frontier question by arbitration- .I buit are still striving to bring about a'?pcfic.settlement, to avert.threatened hostilities. ..The address in reply to' the speech was ultimately voted unanimously. Every amend ment ,was:negatived by large majorities." SAdvices from the seat of war in South America speak of more sannguinary fightiplg, with great los?if .lifie. i''hie Peruviaris are un ableto staybhe'invaders, whlio aftersecuring tlhe t6wnobf Haina, i?r?eedEd.i: Lima it'd s"don encountered another Peruvian force. Tiwo great ibattles were fouglht, resultingin a fearfiuil !oss. of life,: :the Peruvians being worsted. The total killed amount to seven tho~fand, besides: a large number 'of wounded. Tlie Chilians then took possession of Limia, when the President of the Republic fled.

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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

Goulburn Priaes Current. Flour, fline, 11t. 10s. per tolln; Seconds, £10 10s. Wheat, 3- 9d per bushel Breadl, 3d. to 3,d, per 2-lb. loaf Oats, 2s. Od. to 2s. 2d. per bushel Maize, 2s. 5d. per bushel Barley, 2s. Cd. to 2s Sd per bushel Hlay, £2 to £3 per ton S1traw, 30s. per ton , Potatoes, new, £3 10s, to £4 per ton Bacon, 4d. per lb. Hanlms, Sd. per lb. Butter, fresh, 7d. to .10d. per lb.; salt, ,4d. to 5d. Lard, 3d. per lb. Hggs, 10d. per dozen Cheese, 4d. per lb. Bran, Is, to Is; Id. per bushel Pollard, Is. per bushel Olons, 5s. per cwt. d Fat Ilethers, prime 5s. to 6s. 9d. Store Wethers, 5s. Store Ewes, 4s. 9d to 5s. 3d. Store Gattle, 22s. Od. to 30s. Pigs, 3d. to 36(d. per lb. Beef (retail), 2fd. to 3d' per lb. Mutton (retail), 2.d. to Sd. per lb. Hides, 6s. Gd. to 10s. Cd. each Sheepskins, 4d. to 5,d. per lb. Tallow, 18s. to 20s. per cwt. Wattle Bark, £2 to £2 5s. per ton Poultry-Fowls, 2s. 3d. to 3s. per pair; turkeye, 7n. 6d. to 10s. Cd. per pair; ducks, 3s. per pair; geese,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

AT the present time there appears to be ai general cry throughout the farming districts of the colony'against the high rates of ciarr riage on our Government lines of Railwaiys for tall kinds of farm produce, and the cry seems to us to be a just one. Whatever en couragement the :farmers have liad to .'':till their lands" in the past; there is little, if any, inducement held out to them now. The Department:itself is fully cognizant of the fact of the rates being.far above, what the producers can pay and: sticcessfully compete with the world in their productions. The excuse tliat has been made is really a very. lame one indeed, and can be summined ip iin a: very l.few words-" That the retiarns of trafficwill noft allow of aiy:reductioin.' .Tliis has been given in answer to thei uesti6n anent a change in the tariff of rates. But surely the head of the Railway Department has never takei into coisideiation the figures that are produced annually, 'and kniown s'i the "Agricultural Statisti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

GENUINE REDUCTIONS In the Price of Drapery, FOR CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR. IN order to give everyone an opportunty of buying Drapery at GREATLY REDI)UCED PRICES, J. BOND has marked the Stock to suit all who want .a Good Article CHEAP. . Horrocks' Genuine Long Cloth, 3s id doz. Grey Calico, 2s 3d per dozen . Grey Sheeting, 74d yard Best White Twill Sheeting, Is per yard Best Cotton Tick, 5d per yard • Our:6d Honeycomb Towels are wortli is. :. . .. .''.: .: S Check Glass Cloth for towelling, 4/d--wiv orth 9pd .: Best Slate Selecia,4 d ---reduced from 6d.: ; AntimacassarS, 9pd; extr~alarge,'s ;s . .Colored Quilts, 2s 6d ;.White Quilts, 4s id' * .Lace Curtains, 3s Ird set-6 yards long . . Largest Variety of Lace Curtains in Goulburii ::: Stiilied Linien Drill,.8·-w;orth ; :Ist 500 Ladies', Gents', and Children's Paracliutes and Uumbrellas, toe cleared out /at Low PRICES Hosiery fr Ladies, for Gentlemen, for Children--best stock in own 36 yards of Good Black Braid for Is 3d 'Ladies' S...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

SGOULBURN ITEMS., THa Tirranna PicnicRaces came off yester day at tle course on the estate,belonging, to A. F. Gibson Esq. Iri the early part of the day the weather looked anything but pro mising; but the day. kept fine, and was; in every way suitable for pleasure. The events as a whole were well got through, and were rendered interesting :from .the fact that the competitors, according to a _rule of" te clib, must own and ride their :hrses.: The races might be called private, but a goodly number of the public attended: The following events were'got througli without i mishap ::-Ladies', Purse, one mile-Strathmore, , Retrospect, 2. Tirranna :Cup, one-' aid ,ai .alfmile Macaroni, walk-over. :Trotting: Race, thriee miles-Darkey, i.; Ruby, -;. Argyle :Plate, one ;mile and' "a distance-- Strathmore, 'i Retrospect, 2. Bachelors' Bag, one mile and a half--Macaroni, walk-over. Picnic. Race, oinh mile -Macaiofii;' . I'; .'Retrospect, 2. Welter Race, two ~:miles - Heirloom, i; Baker,' . lMIemb...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SATURDAY, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SATURDAY, January 22. TRADE of all kinds has been rather dull of late, and during the week there have been very few transactions of any moment, the business done being chiefly confined to local requirements, although business people are looking forward to things being more brisk, and we trust to be able to report such in our next. Compared with other towns, Goulburn has no reason to complain. Wool -There has been a greater quantity of this staple pass through the town for transmission by rail to the metropolis than there was last week. The firm prices ruling for this article in Sydney has something, no doubt, to do with this. We have heard of a few local transactions only. Hides.-The market does not appear to he nve- ciinnlipre witi these. and n-ices ranee from 6s 6d to 0os, according to the condition they are in on arrival. We advise selling in the local market in preference to sending to Sydney on account of the fluctuation in prices there. Sheepskins.-The...

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Thursday, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

Thursday, january 66. In the Legislative Assembly, Leave was giten for the introduction of the Mount.Kembla Coal and Oil Company's Bill, and the measure was subsequently brought up and read a first time. It was agreed, in Committee of the whole, that it was expedient to introduce the Fire Brigades Bill, and the Boarding-out Bill, and the respective measures were brought up and read a first time. On its being moved by Mr. Watson that the Temporary Supply Bill, be read a second time. Mr. Farnell said he thought the provision for the continuance of assisted immigration should be omitted from the bill. Sir Henry Parkes said he would not con sent to the continuance of assistedimmigration under the present regulations, and would promise that the vote would not be used; and that further deposits would be declined till new regulations were framed and approved by the House. The second reading was then agreed to without division. The bill was reperted, and its third reading was made an order ...

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

GUNDAROO. ' (Fronm our Correopondrent.) MR. THoaAs RUTLEDGE, one of the candi dates for the electorate of Queanbeyan, ad dressedl a meeting at Mr. James Coles' Hotel, Upper Gundaroo, on Monday afternoon, January I7th. On the Cooma Railway question Mr. Ritledge said he would sup port the route via Goulburn and Bungendore to Queanbeyan, and also the immediate granting of telegraphic communication be tween Gundaroo and Queanbeyan. On the Land Question he said he thought it was a settled matter for some time to come; but should any question arise on that subject, he would, make laws that would suit the many. To the remission of interest on free-selec tions ,he was quite opposed.. In reply to a question, he stated that he would support a bill to legalize mining on private property. At the conclusion of his address, which was listened to very attentively throughout, Mr. J. B. Donnelly proposed that Mr. Rutledge Is a fit and proper person to represent the electoral district of Queanbeyan i...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

P A R LI AM E NT AR Y. WEDNESDAY, Jan'.. 19. IN the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Suttor in formed Mr. Holborrow that the Taralga Telegraph Office would be open in about three months. Mr Lackey gave notice of his intention to move on Wednesday that the proposed exten sion of the Mudgee Railway, consisting of 45 miles and 46 chains be approved. Mr. Mi'Elhone moved the adjournment of the House for the purpose ot proving that the replies given to his questions on the previous day on the subject of railway charges were untruthful. He stated that two auctioneering firms in Sydney have obtained an undue advantage from.the Com missioner for Railways by their being allowed a rebate of 20 per cent, upon their freights for live stock from Riverina; and he re marked upon the lower rate charged for wool than for tallow, and other inconsist encies in the charges, which he maintained p)roved that Mr. Goodchap was either dis honest or inefficient. He also said he believed the public would sustain a se...

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TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

TARALGA. S (lFron, our Correspolident.) WESLEYAN SABnnBATH SCHOOL PIcNIc.-The annual picnie of .this school came off on Monday last,:in Mr. Whiting's paddock. The day was everything that could be desired for an outdoor gathering of that kind, and the young people enjoyed themselves right well, not a single mishap occurring to mar the pleasures of lthe day. Refreshments were served up at 5 o'clock, and all being satisfied with the good things provided, betook them selves again to their sports for another hour, when they retired tod Mr. Whiting's dining room, where a short service was conducted, and a very appropriate address delivered to the teachers and scholars by the Rev. W. C. Graham, of Crookwell; after which the young people were again regaled with cake, tarts, &c., who then returned to their homes wvell pleased with the pleasures of the day. Harvest.-The harvest is now well nigh completed and crops satisfactory. If a moderate price is obtained for the grain grown this ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

Mutual. I ro ement Society 'US[NESS f FebruO ry 2nd: Deba?-Sub - jeot: Is Lawyer n?utified in Def ding a fCriminal who he Knows beo Innocet M, CE L DAV1 S, BI n See. St. eter H. 0. Guil GOUEBU N BRANCH. Srl'HE usual I M-IYEARL MEET. ING of the above Sooiy will be held on SUNDAX NEXT, immediately after 11 o'clock M sa . J. A. OURKE, Secy. ANNIV RSARY Primitive IIet o?list Ohurch TUR OW. A UBLI TE ILL s provided in connection s ith the On ednesday, Jany./26th. STea n the tables at half- asnt one clock. Tickets, Is. Oi . c i. ,UBLIC ME 'ING / •AFTER TE. THE REV J. STUDDS will REACH in the above Church' TO MORROW A ERNOO et 3, andin the GOULBURN CHURCII morniug and evening. ANNIVE SARY DAY, W NESDA` , 2Grse INSTANT. GR ND SPO S Sooley Yalley. o'OO ?NG, o:Q OTINGO, ATHLETIC SPORTS. Splendio Pionicing, roucnd under Willows, where new ,ings and ats have been ected for the aecommo?t ion of excursionists. Mr. John Fenwick ha kindly lent his brick house for the purpose of d cilg. Admission Fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

Vaon led, :GENERAL SERVANT; middle.jed pre Gferred Appl;, J. BYRNE, Cocioner, Auburnostreet, Goulburn. : REf ECTABLE GIL as GNERAL -SE ANT. Mis. A. LANS WNE. 's'snt I, .SOBER AN, used o Elo and arm SWork. A. LANSDOW E.' /& Wa:ssc(d, th ~~X a~SP -MID., ·Apply 2to .· S* E L? , Lasosdowne. ,<-- arried Couple / AA1 A SITUAiTION---Wife a Fir lass k or Laundress; Huslband 'ill be useful. Apply at this oltice; . .. . :' ... S GOOD ,FiiMALE COOK. ,Goodages. - A?Pil, Noi.RUL E, Argyle Troon, tague street. BVr .. alted, ... 5. HOlUSE sndiPARLO J MIL MAID ?rnA HOUSEMAihi.D. Apply b letter ica s. FAITEFULI;, S rino geld. .:.?,:... ??'... •....,, ;.-' AT Gillespie' B :ot .Factory, SIX ory ?I' W00· d,?, Oi;,"''Auunse. ;.-' / S. P ~ ": "`," a nti?: "; : " , ,' 0CHARLES G.ILLESPIE, Goattil?aod Wi~nated 1 AieYOUdNG PwRSngos as Housemaid a-to w assist with childro,: Apply to M is. SBURGE, " .Lincoln HouUe , B asste(I, EGIT OR NINE SMARL BOYS as idtices at Wood & Co'o Boot F...

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GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS.—ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

GRAND UNITED ORDER OF UDDFELLOWS, -ANNUAL DISTRICT MIEETING. ON Monday last, being the third Monday in January, the annual meeting of the officers and delegates from the various lodges in con nection with the Braidwood D)istrict, Grand United Order of Oddfellows, was held in the committee-room, Braidwood, when no less than twenty-five officers and lodge represent atives put in an appearance. The proceedings were opened at ten a.m. by the District Secretary calling the roll, when the following officers and delegates answered to their names :-District Master, Brother William Mills; Deputy District Mas ter, Brother Patrick Hyland; District Secre tary, Brother William A. Kershaw; Trea surer, Brother Robert Bruce; Trustees, Brothers William Benmore and James Styles. Deputies: Friendly Brothers' Lodge, P.G.M. Fisher; Rose of Australia Lodge, P.G.M. Henry Hinchcliffe; United Miners, P.G.M. George Hyland; Victoria Lodge, P.G.M. Mc (rath; Southern Cross Lodge, P.G.M. James Thorman; Prince Al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

WILLIA?M WAARDLE D"ESIRES tile public to know that he has on. Sgaged one of the Best Horse-Shoer in the Colony; and assures all who favour ibwith their patronage that they will have ther wants attended to with care, his prices ie S LOW AS ANY ESTABLISHMIENT It? TY. All Kinds of Farming Implements MADE AND IREOAIRIED. Note the Address :- NEXT HAYES' MILLS, CLINTON.STREET. E. C. MANFRED, Architect, MONTAGUE-STREET, GOUL'BURN "LEIC ESTER'S" Post - Officetel. THE Proprietress having aken a oe Hotel, opposite Belmoresq ared ha he same thoroughly renovated and ni ftreid throng foent, is in a position to offer aocomm ation cqu if not superior to any other ho s town; an hopes to receive a share of pub:ic age. GOOD STABLING, and an Elldie t GROOM alwvays in attendance. CHARGES STRICTLY MOD RATE. F. WORCHURST PROPRIETRESS. City Olothing Hall, L. MANDL SHON, Tailor & O er, AUBURN-STREET, GOU N (Established in 1865). THE BEST STOCK ALWVAY ON HAND. Important to t e Fublic. FURTHER REDUCT...

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QUEANBEYAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

QUEANBEYAN NEWS. (From the Age.)   ON Monday night, while Mr. Rutledge was addressing the electors at the Oddfellows' Hall, some rascal threw a rotten egg on to the platform, but it fortunately fell harmless between the chairman and the speaker. The contractor for the new Convent is making rapid headway with this extensive building, the walls of which are already beginning to display its proportions. The adjourned committee meeting in connection with the hospital held last Monday, having prepared their various reports for presentation to the annual meet ing, re-considered the claim of Mr. Hodgson for repairs and works done, and referred the same to the treasurer and Mr. C. Scott for adjustment. The annual meeting will take place on Monday next, at 3 p.m. The Bega Cup of 150 sovs., run for on Thursday, the 13th instant, was won by Mr. Pooley's Stand Up. It is with sincere regret that we are called upon to record that death has again entered the family circle of our estee...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 January 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21.     BEFORE the Police-Magistrate,. Police v. Christopher Walker; for obstruct ing the footpath. Defendant did not appear when called Constable Marshall proved service of   summons, and the cuse of such obstruction, which consisted of two wagons that were on the footpath in .Clinton-street; he believed defendant had been cautioned by the police before about obstructions on the footway, Fified; s And 'as 6d c'sitsin default ?evy and distress. (The defendant appearing shortly afterwards paid the fiie). Frederick Johnson and Arthur Clarke (two strangers). who were remanded yesterday, .appeared: to answer the charge of stealing fruit from Byrnes' garden, near the willows. William Beaumont deposed: I saw the defendants yesterday near the creek at the willows,; I did not see them go in or come Or out of the gardens. The Bench cautioned the defendants, and on account of the evidence against them not being suff...

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TREVELYAN! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

TREVELYAN i ' Adlowe,' he said, in a low voice, his eyes burning with a strange expression the younger man could not analyze, 'it is barely possible that your suspicion is right i If it were true, it would account for the mutual attraction be tween me and the child. Ormond, under stand me fully. If Geoffrey were still living I would pursue him like a Nemesis. I would not be sati-fied until his cowardly assassin's soul knew something of the tortures I have felt. I would never rest,' and the grand eyes blazed now with terrible fires-' never I until the law had wreaked its vengeance upon him and he knew himself a helpless, disgraced, outcast convict ! But, Ormond,' and now a broken thrill pulsed through the concentrated voice, and the fire in his eyes suddenly dimmed, 'there was a time when his evil passions slept, and Geoffrey was an innocent boy. If Giralda were, what your strange suspicions indicate, his child, the offspring of that period of boyish innocence, she could not have inh...

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A DANGEROUS PLACE. To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

A DANGEROUS PLACE. To the Editor of the Evening Peonl Post. SIR,-I would respectfully call attention to matter, on the ground that prevention is the best remedy. I allude to an immense under ground tank at the rear of the new post and telegraph-offices. This huge place, abou 40 feet deep, has been left gaping open, and contains a small quantity of water; but I air sure if any of the children who are in the habit of playing about the spot fell down, ii would be a case of sudden death, as the in terior is of cement, and there would be mucd difficulty in a rescue, the entrance only beini about large enough to admit a man's body Only last Sunday I warned some children who had just come from Sunday school, away from the spot. If your reporter Will kindly take a walk to the place, and see for himself, he will I am sure confirm my statement, as to the glaring danger. Yours, &c., PARENT.

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