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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY JULY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

SPARLIAMENTARY.. FRIDAY JULY 8. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. JOHN DAVIES presented a petition in favour of the widening df Oxford-Street, or the removal of the tramways therefrom.; ' Mr. Youieo moved the adjournment ofthe House for the purpose of drawing attentibn to some extraordinary appointmients to the Commissiori.of the Peace which had been made in his district during the recess. The Colonial Secretary had said magistrates should be of good clharacter, of sufficient education tb understand'the law of evidence, and should likewise' hold sufficient property to stand an action at law. The magistrates to whbse ap pointment he took exception were not up to the requirements of the Colonial Secretary, bht he did not blame tile Government, as they hliadito act upon the ihformation they received from others. Sir Henry Parkes said it waspossible, that in. making appointments the Government had made mistakes, but hie 'could claimi th'at they ,took as much careas they' could,; arid obt...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

CROOKWELL. (From our Correspondent.) THE Weather has again become very cold in this part, and old Winter still reigns with undisputed sway.: The paddocks are,'quite bare, and cattle must have very hard times just now. Lecture.-We are not often favoured with this usefrl method- of conveying information to the minds of the people ; but on Wednesday last the Rev. J. Studds,-of Goulburn, paid us a visit, and delivered his highly interesting and instructive lecture on "Scenes in the Reformation." There was a very fair audiencs. Mr. Worrall took the chair, and briefly introduced the lecturer, who illustrated his lecture by a number of diagrams, showing the manners and customs of the people in those past days. The lecturer succeeded in gaining the very best attention of his audience for about one hour and a half, and was frequently applauded during the delivery of his very interesting discourse. Concert.-On Monday last our Wesleyan friends held a concert in our Temperance Hall. The price o...

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TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1881. In the Legislative Assembly. Ministers replied to questions respecting the Civil service, the consolidation of the criminal law, the rights of free selectors. Mr. Lackey, in answer to Mr. Reid, said that the total number of ansurveyors employed during last month upon the new lines of railway authorised last session was as follows :-ThE line from Rome. bush to Waratah, 4; from Sydney to Kiama, 6; from Goulburn to Queanbeyan, 2; From Orange to Forbes, 3; from Narrandera to Jerilderie, none; from Cootamundra to Gundsgai, none; from Murrumburrah to Blayney, two. Sir Benry I'arkes, in reply to Mr. Myers, said the Government had had under their consideration the matter of nstablishing agricultural schools and model farms, but at the present time were not pre. pared to take any steps. Sir Henry Parkes stated, in answer to Mr. Buchanan, that intelligence had been received by oablegram from England to the effect that the Church and School Lands Bill would receive the ...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

[REqTER'S TELEGiRASs.] * LONDON, WEDNESDAY. THE Imperial Parliament will be plorogued on the 2oth August. The number of prisoners ariested in' :Ire land in connection with the recent disturb ances already exceeds 200. The Socialists have been expelled- from Leigszig and Saxony, on account of .the ill feeling that has arisen between Italy and France in regard to Tunisian affairs. . A native quarrel obccurred amongst the tribes in West Africa and fig!hting is immni nent. The Government has offered .Mr.. Shhw, the member for Cork, a seat on the :.Irish land commission, but he declified the honour. The usual bulletin, .issued by. President Garfield's medical attendants, states that the symptons of fever tli'at were manifestdl' have now dissappeared, anf their patient is mialking satisfactory progress towards the recovery. Intelligence daily received from Tunis continues of a disquieting character.. :The enmity amongst the tribes toward the French has now spread beyond the borders. The r...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, July 9 [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. ) LONDON, July 9 ACCORDING to the Standard, the Right Hon. W. E. Baxter is to succeed the Right Hon. M.M.:E. Grant-Duff as Under-Secretary for the Colonies; The annual cricket match betwveen Harrow School and Eton College was won by Harrow withai2 runs to spare. SThe late Earl of Beaconsfield's personal estate has been proved under £J77,ooo. Mr. Bradlaugh has intimated his intention of presenting himself in the House of Com mons on the 3rd of August, when he will renewhis demand to be allowed to take the usual Parliamentary oath. The Albanian League has lately been dis playing a very pugnacious spirit, and the Porte has sent reinforcements to the province to resist a rising, should one take place. Eight Socialists have been arrested in Vienna. Riots have occured amongst the wharf labourers at Montreal. Firearms were used. The disturbances were eventually suppressed by the police. Qnarrels among the labourers are impeding the works in connec...

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MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

MARULAN. (From our Correspondent.) CIUncun OF ENGLAND BAZAAR.--AB predicted in my last epistle, the bazaar was a complete success. The object of the same, as your readers are doubt. less aware, was to clear the debt on the Church organ. The Oddfellows' Ball was the place chosen for holding the affair, the time of opening being 2 p.m., on Saturday last. The hall was gaily decorated with evergreens and banners for the occasion. Numerous presents were made for the Bruce Auction, and the tables in the hall were loaded with a bewildering and chaotic mass of paraphernalia. The refreshment tables were covered with viands of the most tempting descrip. ten, and it was evident that the delicacies displayed were the production of an accomplished chef de cisilne. The doors were opened precisely at the hour named, and the hall was at once thronged with visitors, amongst whom were several ladies feom Goulburn. Mr. Joseph Roberts, the well known " Knight of the hammer" was also preseit-having kind...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDIiTiS.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. IN the Assembly, yesternight, the Premier moved the second reading of the Chinese Immigration Bill in a lengthy able speech, and was supported by Messrs. Cameron, Fremlin, Reid, Melville, and Piggot. Messrs. Fitzpatrick, Foster, Buchanan and Stuart opposed the Bill, and the debate was adjourned. Mr. Garrett intends introducing a Bill to consolidate the law relating to newspapers and other publications. The Queen's assent has been given to the Matrimonial Causes Bill. No fresh cases of ,small-pox are reported. The weather continues cold and boister OUS. Great precautions are being taken in Vic toria and New Zealand agaiinst"the introdu c tion of small-pox/' At the lattdr' ijlha"e ' the squadron will be quarantin6d for Izsida·ys on arrival from Sydqey, :"': Canary, Mercury, aid Totalisator have been scratched for the, Melbourrie cup:" The squadrontarrived iin the harbour this morning, after'" iitfising.abol :'off ...

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

(To the Editor of the Evenitg Penny Post.) SIR,-It has always been surprising to .ne that with the fearful clatter our Municipal Council:makes in devising measures for the public good, that they have not thought of providing such a necessary adjunct to Muni cipal stock-in-trade, and such a powerful agent for the public health as a municipal refuse cart likemost.other municipalities. The said cart to be at the service of the ratepayers, say at the low charge of 6d. per load, or the cart to call and remove the refuse free as in other municipalities once a week. ANTI-SMALL-POX.

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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

BUNGENDORE. (Fron our Correspondent.) WALLADY DRcvy.--On Saturday, 16th. instant, a drive is to take place at Mr. N. Powell's, Sand Hills, near Bungendoro. As the marsupicals are very plentiful in this locality, it is expected there will be an.excellent day's sport, and to which all are invited. SAnonymous Letters.-Sevoral persons about here have at different times received letters of a elan. derous character, without any signature being attached; to those who are in the habit of doing this cowardly move, we should like them to perusen the following, which we have clipped from an old book :- " Perhaps of all the actions into which the evil passions of humanity are led, there is none more base than that of writing an anonymous letter. it is a moral assassination, comitted by a masked murderer-a lie without an author-the mean spirited act of the disreputable coward, in whose heartgall has replaced the wholesome blood, and whose malice, jealousy, and revenge vent themselves in slander....

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

GOUJLBURN BOROUGf COUNOIL. THE regular meeting of the above took place last evening. Present-The Mayor, and Aldermen Bawkins, Osborne, Celdwell, Taylor, Mo Connell, Hoin, Wardle, and Womhey. . Thle minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Corre pondence, inwards and outwards, was read and received. The finance report as follows was read and re. ceived, and on the motion of Alderman Wombey, seconded by Alderman Me Connell, was adopted : Wages sheet cnding 04th eune, Log 45 qd" ditto ditto, rss Jely, L30 toso d; ditto, 8th July, £04 07s 6d J. n. Salmon, salary, ; ditto, commission on Ln3o7 9s ad, L'e 8s t Sibson, salary, £3 35 6d; ditto, commission on £3o 040s Li aos 8d; oite cleaner, Give weeks, a5s; E. Butler, rent, £6 ?s; R. Jackson, cesspit account, La os 6d: C. J. Jones, repairing tools, &c., Lx 4s 8d; C. Drown, writing street labels, es; O. Furer, timber, ?r o s 2d Thos. Lee, e5 3s 4d; W?.S. Foxall, stationery, n 6se; Government Railhay, trainage, £1 tos ed. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

VACANCIES FOR a FE RESPECTABLE B ARDERS, ' next door o Railway Hotel, ?l anestreot, Terms moderate. lMis. J. WOOD ARD. FOR SALE, F 1RST PRIZE CANARTES. D. .L' Goulburn. Furnished Apartments To Let, ALso VACANCIES FOR BOAR ERS. TERMS MODERATE. CLIVE HI~OUIS , Sloane street, Goulb rn. (Late Cashel House.) M?&. BUTLER, having engaged a DRSS. MAKER from Sydney, is prepared to EXE UTE ORDERS on the shortest notice, and most reason able terms. "We Won't Give You a Billet." D)ay Coach to Goul uyn, T HE undersigned will start a Coac from Braid Swood to Goulburn EVERY S~df AY and THURSDAY, leaving the Commercial \Hotel at 10 a.m., and arriving in Goulburi at 6 p. n. Will leave the Royal Hotel, Goulburn, on TJESDAY and SATUKDAY at 9 a.m., arrivig -iBraidwood at 5 a.m. Fares Each Way, lOs, " The Mail Coach will run as usual. KINGSLAND & MALONE. CHEAPEST Funeral Establishment IN THE DISTRICT. WALTER DAN EL, IN thanking his numerous suppor crs or past favors, begs to assure those...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. THE proceedings at the meeting of the Borough Council last evening were of a very lively charac. ter. A number of questions were asked and answered, and on several occasions the debate grew so warm that the feelings of most of the Aldermen were roused to an extent that we have not wit. nessed before. These debates at best only serve to detain a meeting, for generally those who take part in the same (even though their arguments may be logical) find themselves in the minority. The pur. pose served may, we admit, in some instances act as a check on further irregularities being practised, but no other. A full report appears elsewhere. A TEa.nreETINGr was given by Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Burcher of Forest Lodge to the children of the public school at Rhyanna on Monday last. A very handsome bible and prayer book was presented to the teacher, Mr. Loft, by the parents of the children. The presentation was made by Mrs. Burcher with appropriate and kindly remarks. Mr. Loft suitahly...

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To-day's Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

To-day's Police Court,. BEFORE Mr. Voss. Mary Murrell was charged with being drunk and disorderly, and for using obscene language. Constable Drummond proved the arrest of prisoner and also the offences, and the Bench fined her 40s. or seven days for firet offence and £3 or two months for the second offence.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 14 July 1881

:WILL. ?M D, VIES & Co. Clearing Sale of Wo liens ! E ar irous of CLEARING OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK of Woollens, dt Cloths, Coatings, Vestings, Overcoatings, &c., BEFORE THE END OF THIS MONTH, wl take Stock. • We have therefore decided to ffer the whole from this date at a DISC T of 20 PER CENT OR CASH i iWilliama Davies ~and Co., AUSTRALIAN STORES. / SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! If You Want to Save MLoney, Buy Your QROCERY & CROCK ERY OFF ... h~ .91 1.. -:L ~~ho is Eellin~g· Off at the following Pr·ices:- .B est Tea, 2s lb.-worth 2s 6d "By the half-chesf, 40 lbs., ,3 ros Sedcnd Quality, is 6d lb.-worth 2s *:-::E'Halfchest, 40 .lbs., £,2 15S Third Quality, is 3d. lb. ;'. WhNybiro Pickles, :9d bottle ':.Sdrdiies '(Alberts), 9d tin' Every Article in Grrocery and Crockery Equally Low, SFOR CASH ONLY! Ab. u o rnste. Auburn-street. Sardines, small, 6d tin Raisins, 9d lb. Currants, 7d lb. Cups and Saucers from 4s 6d oz. Blue figured, Is 6d doz. White and Gold...

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NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

NEWS:BY .TH-IE MAIL. LONDoN, Ont.,,May.25.-This evening at 6" o'clock the steamer Victoria, with over, six 'hundred excursionists on board, was return ing from Spring Bank, and when near the .Cove '.railway bridge,. one mile below the city, the boat suddenly collapsed like 'an egg slhell, and became a total wreck level with the water's: edge. All, the ipassengers.. were instantly plunged into the stream, more 'than .half ofF tlem , being 'underneath ?the debris. 'The first news: which reached* the city was brought by the suvivors, who struggled through the"streets wet: and weary;'- The news fell lik?: a thu nderibolt, and; a stanm ede took pilace for the-spot. Arriving there a horrible sight met the;view. .Fifty or sixty bodies had already been recovered, and were lying on the green asward some distance 'up'the, bank. Those arriving from the city, from every direction, crowded around, anxious to. see if any relatives were . on::board. The work .of securing the dead from under the wr...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. A telegram from Melbourne on Tuesday last says :-lmmediat-ly on the Assembly meeting this afternoon. Mr. L. L. Smith announced that Sir Bryan O'Loghlen had formed a new Ministry. The, House presented a remarkable appearance. Only two members, Messsrs J. G. Francis and .'Keen, sat behind the new Government, All the "direct Opposition " of the Berry Ministry took their seate in the Ministerial corner, every bench being fully occupied. The late Ministry occupied the front opposition benches, and a fair number of their supporters eat behind them. The House adjourned till Thursday, the 28th instant, by which date the Ministerial elections wiil be completed. A robbery took place at Wagga on Monday night. It appears that Mr. Holtz, travelier for Messre. Rosenthal, Aaron, Son, and Co., of Melbourne, ar rived from Albury on Monday afternoon, having with him 11 oases of samples, among which was one of jowellery, supposed to be worth £500. The packages were piled up in the ball ...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

Trevanian I 'Dimissed her?' ' And forbidden her ever to set foot in the theatre again ! The annoyance shall not be repeated !' ' Then you have acted very wickedly, sir !' replied the singer, her expressive countenance flushed with indignation. 'The tears, the sensibility of'that poor child-were far more' flattering to my feelings as an 'artiste. than' ;the applause of the audience, the compliments' of the undiscriminating !' 'Certainly I' exclaimed the : Duke 'ofl Debonshire, not supposing for an instant that: his illustrisus imbecility could be comprised` in the category of the latter. The director appeared thunderstruck. 'You will retain their services?' said the lady, in an imperious tone. The gentleman bowed as if he had received an order from the lips of royality. Taking the arm of his 1grace, the actress passed on to the green-room : in her passage, Signora Du Bast, who still held Fanny in her arms, drdpped her a humble curtesy-she had heard what passed. 'Is that the little gi...

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The Flying Squadron. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

The Flying Squadron. ON Wednesday evening the fleet under Admiral the Right Hon. the Earl of Clan william, C.B., were seen from the South Head signal station, about 15 miles off. Shortly afterwards the flagship was seen shortening sail, the otlier .vessels following suit. At this time there 'was a .strong .south.easterly gale blowing, with a heavy sea on, and it was soon seen that they would not enter port that night, and were standing out at sea. Shortly after 7 o'clock, next morning, .the signal at Flag staff Hill announced that four English men of-war were 'to"tle north of the port, and shortly after 8 o'clock, the Inconstant, Tourmaline, Carysfort, and Cleopatra entered the Heads, under easy steam in the order named. Speed was then reduced, and slowly and surely the stately vessels quietly glided into Farm Cove and took' up their anchorage before anyone was scarcely aware of the fact. The Commodore's ship, the Wolverene, at once saluted the Admiral's flag, which was duly returne...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

• , ... ~ if (Fronm Our .Correspondent.: ':: ' qUiTERi' .RET cRNS. Throug' the kindness of'MrE J.?-F': Kenyon iC .S. ,amn able togigve hthe quarterly receipts at hiis oflice ELand office tCo; ditional ipuraliases, £1143 3s 9d additional area, £15 1's 3d interest, £353 17s IS;d eiastamin tsit £332'10 5d ;' reewal of' lease? £7 7s 2c1 ;fi 12s' Gd'; applications, £17:0s:2d : tanisfer 10; balaiice ?oonditioriil purchses;.~i £ 12 1OsI ;'dleeds, £3; assuranicesa, 5s 5d, deposit auction bsilesi £3 3' 9d' selection after i'ctioii? £50'; deed; £1; assurance; 2e ld; timber licenses, £3; registrationii fees, £7 2s d staminp 'duty;7,; foims £21 s Gd; totali £2059 '18, 1il:Clel: .of Petty Sesi??o.:S ns office : iines; 5 5e ;:ssioithtorig . license, i10;' small debts; £5 lis Gd;, dogs, 17s Gd; miiiers' rights, :-£3 10? heepi, £49 170 Gd i:undage, S?8 co6sts of court, £1' 1'4; returual'l cotse 5 10d;. sheepiiiue, Is ;\itine license £1; ,; toial £69 S Grand'total, £2121 4" 3d ``hre were ' regi ter'...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

Telegraphic 'Intelligence [FROM OUR CORRESPONDRNTS.1 SYDNEY, SATURDAY. ESSRs. Mort and Co., continued their sale of stud sheep yesterday, and sold a large number of valuable stock, at prices ranging up to Ioo guineas for rams. :The announcement that the Governor be ing not able to attend the University :com memoration' has' created considerable sur prise thioughout the community. The vessels'forming the Squadron presented a lively scene yesterday in coaling and pro visioning; and it will probably be the middle of next week before the vessels are open to the public. The Governor entertained the officers of the Squadron at dinner yesterday, after which a large party proceeded to the Mayor's ball, which, passed off with unprecedented brilliancy amidst an immense fashionable attendance. Another case of small-pox has been dis covered in Washington-street off Sussex-street. The patient is a woman named Kelly, the disease being in: the fifth day of eruption. The place was at once quarantin...

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