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

(Froma otr 'orrespoondent.) f .'.:' ; *,: ! ., LFoR the last few: weeks the weatler has beenr S-veryoldvery:cold ery: morning: thetreliave bee . veryisharp frosts, and ciice, warm; sunny days. Rain-is,yery..badly wanted: . :,';; r i:s' :;:; There was a large meeting of the Temper . ance Society in the: Church: school-roo6m' on €: :Wednesday, and I a..lrge; number of: personas . -signed their, names as members; ;among them :we find some of ourJleading townspeoplei/ ': Small-pock does not seem to:stir our townsi ;,:people. They say, "Oh iat is:only in Syd-" . ney;; ,it'sy not likely .'to ' come 'up?? li'ere-the. -,Chinamen:are-: a. little icleaner -than th6se~" in Sydney.:. ·iBut: :every ipersonr seems 'to be1 a' .little frightened: of the Chinese, diid not such: ,,mobsrvisit their .gardens':.'iow:.as theret werC *-before;the small-pock: broke out:in:Sydne, i: .:,-Julys6, ,i88 ..:':. , :: ' " .; ..iThe-following land, in the 'couhlty Murrays and under sec. 21, was selected on Thursday...

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Randwick Races.—This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

Randwicic Raoes.--T 1is Day. URiDLE Race-Jupiter, Wrangler, Radical. The Victoria Handicap--Hypatia, Harp of Erin, Prim rose.

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

WINDELLVIMA. (From a Correspondent). THE SEASON.-For the last fortnight we have enjoyed bright sunny weather, with occasional frosts; but now we are experiencing rather an unpleasant change, in the form of cold mizzling rain, but which no doubt may be beneficial to the crops. VACCINA'rIOF.-The children of this local ity are in high glee, because one of the Goul burn doctors is to be out here on Thursday, for the purpose of vaccinating them; but very probably before the operation has been performed a week their smiling faces will be cllanged. WALLAIIY DRIvES.-Now that the plough ing is over and very little to be done for some time, the sportsmen have made a fresh raid on the marsupials. A two days' drive was held at Bonnie Doon on Friday and Satur day last, at which I believe there was some grand sport. A drive will take place at Mr. P. Morrissey's,, Windellima, on Saturday week, 23rd inst, to which all who feel disposed are invited. During the moonlight nights of this week and last,...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

[REUTERS TELEGRAIMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. Ar the Cambridge University vacation cricket match, Roe made the" extraordinary score of 415 runs and not out. ioo slaves have been emancipated from Egypt. A republican fete has taken place in France.: .

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On to the Rescue Band of Hope [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

On to the Rescue Band of Hope THE regular meeting of the above society was held in the Primitive Methodist schoolroom on Wednes. day evening last, and was fairly attended. Mr. Crundwell presided; the choir sang the opening hymn, and after prayer being offered the Chairman remarked that the society was doing a good work, and there were many homes close handy that felt the benefit of its existence. The fact was being felt that they were engaged in a good, noble, and philanthropic cause ; and that in preaching what they preached they became a living example to all around. The programme was rather long and he would not detain them longer, but call upon the reciters. On the next evening the reciters would have presents given them ; and he hoped there would be a good muster. Miss Pinn and another gave a recitation. Arthur Mason then recited " Hodge and the Vicar," with such originality of style as to elicit bursts of applause. The choir sang "The Home over there." Sarah Percival and Hauna...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT; FRIDAY, JULY 15. BEFORE Messrs Vosa and Chisholm. Elizabeth Sullivan was brought up for being drunk; as the prisoner had only been discharged from gaol yesterday morning, was iined 20s. or seven :days in gaol. The prisoner said.her.husband, was in Sydney, and the bench promised in th6 mean time to see what could be done to forward her there. Elizabeth White was charged on suspicion of being of unsound mind. Senior.Constable Emertoh proved arrest ,of prisoner by- virtue of warrant, charging her with being of unsound mind an'd unfit to b d:it large; she had been before the court' n three former oceassious; she has attempted self-destruction-op oue:oecasiou by'taking strychnine.' ; ' \ Williaain Gilbert, an old mani,'?depbsed- Them prisoner has been living with;:me for about 4 years ; she tears her -clothes,. waniders about thei water, and attinIpts t.o ?ake ,a way' ,it ho i'rslf, ; lhlave seen her put a knife across hbr throat; ,she has often tried to'got'at my ...

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

Temperance Bo rcling-house MONTAGU 4-STREET, .pposite San Sale-Ya " T IOR ACCO, M DATION f r espect. -abl boarders. Term Strict?M'ode/ate. Good Stab ing. /Patro agd?\sp ctfully solicited. JOHN BO , Proprietor. Awarded First Degree of Merit 'AT THE S.. SYDNEY International Exhibition, 1879.-80. Fruit Trees fpr Sale. A le, Cherry, Pear, lumb, e ch, iAcot , and Mu erry Trees S£5 per 10, £2 10s p 50, £1 5s per 25, 14s per doze.'" and s a3d per'tree under 1' zen. re-rooted Cherr &t Plum rees at pr 100 T H ESE Trees i n1 grow suckers, a is usual when grafd ct Id stocks ; the aving in labor' isvery g at. e itlemen who understand themiwill see at ne6~th benefit that will be de rived by them; and if t e advertiser gets a fair encouragement to graft oni pure stocks, he will con tinue to do so. JAMES MORGAN, City Gardens, Goulburn. Ausiralian Mutual Provident Society. . ESTT?csneD 1849. THE. OLDEST MUTUAL LIFE OFFICE IN AUSTRALIA. HIead Office; 87, Pitt-street, Sydney. Direors : The :H...

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

A afEETIhcG.convoned by circular was held id the ConricilChambers 0on Thursday afternoon.. :There were; present ,the:.. Mayor, Aldermen .. Caldwoll, Osborne, Taylor, ,"Wombey, Horn, McCon'iell, awkinsand h Wardle, with Messrs. Betts, tjannon, Meeyei; =\'rm.'i Davies, and Captain Rossi. The Mayor' opened the proceedings by stating that as theierection' of the post and telegraph offices was nearly completed, he had issued a circular to a few of the citizens to see what steps should be taken to opeti th?esame. He had writen to Mr. Holborrow, and lad' received a telegram in reply, stating that th?'?'uilding could not be ready for opening for four weeks. He had also written to Mr. Teece and a repily from that gentleman had been received stat ing th?t' it would be 5 weeks before the buildings would be ready for opening. He (the chairniau) thought something should be done, either in invit ing the Governor or the 'Ministry, and their meeting should decide. The Mayor stated"he had-received a...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, July 13. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. ) LONDON, July 13. NuenRous deaths have occurred in America from sunstroke. At Cincinnatti twenty-seven deaths took place in one day. Messrs. Christie, Manson, and Woods are selling by auction the collection of objects of art which belonged to the late Earl of Beaconsfield. The harvests in Switzerland, France, Germany, and Italy are very promising. One of the Tory agents at Deal has been convicted of bribery at the recent elections, and sentenced to four months' imprisonment. LoNDoN, July 13. Afternoon. Tenders for Queensland Government 4 per cent. loan of £1,000,000 were opened this afternoon. The total subscriptions amount to £1,250,000. Tenders at par receive 86 per cent; tenders above that omount receive in full.

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THURSDAY, July 14. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

THURSDAY, July 14. In the Legislative Assembly. Leave was given to Mr. M'Laughlin to introduce the Birds protection Bill, and the measure was brought up and read a first time. The expediency of introducing a bill for the appointment of an aiditional Judge of the Supreme Court was agreed to in Committee of the whole and reported, and the bill was brought up and read a first time. The debate on the Tntlux of Chinese Restriotion Bill was.resumed, and the second reading was agreed to without division, and the House went into Com. mittec on the bill. Progress was reported and leave was given to sit again on Wednesday next. The House adjourned.

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

CO JIiEROCIL INTELLIGENCE, BUSINEss for the week has been fair considering the season of the year, and we have heard less grumbling from the tradespeople than for some time past. Things will doubtless look better as the season advances. With the high rates ruling for produce of most kinds people in the country should be encouraged to operate more freely. Wool.-We have no transactions to report. Hides.--A fair demand exists for these, and any arrivals, if of fair quality, meet with ready sale at prices ranging from Ss to lls. Sheepskirs.-The demand for theseis brisk, and' prices are firm at late quotations, and for full wooled sorts the highest rates are obtained. Tallow.-Buyers for this commodity are increas. ing and prices are firm; we quote from 19s. to 21s. per cwt. Wattle bark.-Notwithstanding the stock in the hands of our local tanners, any load that arrives in a fair state of preservation are taken at from £2 14s. to £3 per ton. Breadstuffs.- Flour, bran and pollard are firm, ...

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

SLOPS. BY TIE SE-TOX. Toci selection committee of the Goulburn Football Olub deserve a word of censure (if there is any truth in, what is rumoured) for the manner in which they perforintd their duties in picking the team to meet the Balnain men; and, however loath I may be to censure any one, duty must be done. It is rumoured that two or three of their best players wore dmitted on that occasion to give place to etheors of a very inferior calibre, for what reason it would not be wise to say. I will appeal to the good sense of any honorable man whether anything could be more manifestly unfair than such an action. Although too ill myself to attend the 12th of July celebration an observant friend of mine was present, and gave me a graphic description of the proceedings. It is not my intention in these papers to enter into any religious discussions, otherwise I might have made a few comments on the chairman's spsech. .1 might, for instance, have said that when ho referred to the " trimmi...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY JULY 13. -In the Legislative Council, Sir John Robertson informed Mr. Macleay that the Narrandera to Hay railway would go to within seven miles of Darlington Point, and that there would be a road from Dailing ton Point Wharf to the station. Sir George Innes introduced a bill to amend and consolidate the criminal law. The bill was read the first time. Mr. De Salis brought in a bill for the Ap pointment of Conciliators; and a bill for the Prevention of Failure in Justice. The bills were read the first time. The Council then adjourned. In the Legislative Assembly, Ministers laid on the table church land returns, and it was ordered 'that they be printed. Mr. Leyser Levin moved the adjournment of the House in order that he .night bring under notice information which had reached him from Corowa, that summonses had been issued against selectors for compensation for ringbarking effected on Crown lands in that locality. The cases were to be heard on the r9th, and one...

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

SYDNEY MARKETS. The market has been fairly supplied with general produce during the week, and an active demand has been uotic"able for those lines that come more generally under the head of produce. \Vool.-Sales have taken place during the week, and buyers have been more numerous. Scoured is worth from 15d to 19 1 ; handwashed lid to 17d; leooks from 9d to 14d; fleece greasy 7d to 10d ; inferior from 5d to 7d. Sheepskins.-An active demandl exists for all kiuds, :nd have realised under, the hommer from 5¢d to 7d; pelts and short growth, from 4d to 54d. Hides.-Some considerable transactions have taken place in this line during the week. We quote for extra weights 4d to 4jd ; medium 3d to 31d. Bones-are worth from £6 to £6 10s. per ton. Horns 12s to 25s per 100. Wattlebark.-A demand has been noticeable for this commodity ; and for colonial bark, if chopped, from £5 to £6 per ton can be obtained. Tallow. -Shippers are operating more extensively than formerly, and prices are firm at from...

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

FOR THREE WEEKS ONLY. Selling Off ellin g Off! ARE DETERMINED TO CLEAR TEE WINTER STOCK, Regar-dless of Cost ! BARGAINS-Real All Wool[French Merino Is yard BARGAINS-Dresses, full piece 3s5 Iid, 4s.Iad,. 5s id, 6s d . , ... i BARGAINS-Ready Made Dresses 'i2s 6d,tworth. 25s , ...i ;::.- ... , BARGAINS- Black Alpaca 9d; reduced: fromrs: " o a -is } , :;:: ". .:... BARGAINS- Black Merino; Black Dress Goods .- - : BARGAINS--Black Silks Is 6d,.worth 2s id-'. Colored Silks is 6d, were 3s Izd "BARGAINS-Shawls 5s iid .were ros 6d. VWoi Clouds half'price 3s' id.:t ....: BARGAINS=Reniants, two pounds worth for os ' BARGAINS Dress Buttons,;all colours, 6d Crd . " BARGAINS-Dress Braids,.black and all colours;'3 dozen for is 3d At BURGE BROS.-WhiteLong Cloth Skirts only is. 9d, worked at 2s Iid At BURGE -BROS.-Underclothing; Ladies Nights 2S" I aId, ieduced: from 4?s 6d At BURGE :BROS.-Ladies' Drawers is 6d, a bargain. Chemiese 2s 6d At BURGE BROS.--Black Straw Hats idioworthl?s 6d! : i.:.. At,BU...

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

A STRONG GIRL as GENERAL SER ANT. One from the country preferred. pply to Mas. BUIRGE, Burge Villa, Goulburn. 9 ted1, -TND R MAN to gr m, garden, milk,/and 1_in e himself useful. n. SLY;-turerille, an ted. A GENERAL FEl?LE SERV T. Applyat THOMIAS' FAI Y HOTE,. BWanted, AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, 12 or 15 BLYS: for the CUTTING, FINISHING, ' MAKING DP.PARTMENT.7 C. GILLESPIE, Goulburn. VWarls ted, IGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as A tices, at Wood & Co's Boot. Factory. A WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-street. ONLY APPRL TICE to the CAB ET MAKING. CHAb ROGERS. W ANTED TO SEL? Architraves,: 2d. per fot/ Mouldings, . per foot; Skirtings 2d. per foo ; T. and G., 6 l, 22s. Gd. per 1 0 feet ; T/ and G. lining, 18s.\ Panel Doors, 2s. C. Roger -Goolburn. LO T, E EN Aburn-s et and Tfield, EFT B.2 1OOT BOOT, newly alf soled. .Te finder will b rewarded on leavii? it at the ose and Crowd Hotel, Clifford-street. To Market-Gardeners d Others. TO LET, jACR.' fR LUVIAL BA LAose to to lenty water ace...

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GOULBURN SLAUGHTERING AND MEAT-FREEZING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

GOULBUJIM SLAUtILT RINili AND IliiAT FREEZING COEPAN Y. A puuoIc meeting for the' purpose of considering matters relative to the above' company, took planed on Wednesday . evening last at. the Mechanics' Institute, and was fairly attended ;-.amongst those present we noticed Messrs. T. .Marsden, A.' M. ietts, W. Davies, J. O'Brien, C. Me Alister, H. S. Belcher, Davidson, Badgery, Brownhlll, Butler sen., Rogers, McLeod, W. Martin, Dr. Sly, Cooper, Butler, jrn., and 'others. Mr.' Jervaulx of the Orange Meat-Freezing Company, and Mr. 'C. C Rawlins, agent for Bell, .Coleman and .Co., Re. frigerating Machine Makers, were also in attend* ance. . On the motion of Mr. Belchber, Mr. Marsden, the. 'Chairman 'of the Provisiontal Directors, was voted to the chair--and conmenced proceedings by stating the meeting was called for the purpose of Ventilat. ' ing the subject of' meat.freeziug, before the district :was canvassed to take up the remaining shares. i The people at Wagga were malting: a sti...

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

WILLIAM DAVIES & Co. Clearing Sale of oollens ! VTTE are de o s of CLEARING OUT OUR/ ENTIRE STOCK of Woollens, Cloths, C tings, Vestings, Overcoatings, &S, BEFORE THE END F THIS MONTH, when e take Stock. We have therefor decided to offer the wh om this date at a 'DISCOUN of 2 PE CENT EOR, AH ! VWill" in. ies an AUSTRALIAN STORES. " l DRAPERY REDUCTIONS! TAS REDUCED THE PRICE of all the LADIES' & CHILDREN'S FASHION ABLE LONG JACKETS, DOLMANS, ULSTERS, &c., to 20 per cent. Less than the Usual Price LADIES who wish to buy a GOOD ARTICLE would do well to inspect the above over.soo to choose from. -J. BOND is selling Ladies' Jackets and. Ulsters CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TOWN. Gentlemen's Clothing. ,THE SAME REDUCTIONS MADE ON ALL THE WINTER CL 9 ING! Overcoats for Gents 20 per cent.less thati usual ! Overcoats for Boys 20 rct. less than usual ! Boys' Overcoats, 5s lid Gents' Overcoats, 9s 1 d KNICKERBOOKER SUITS-KNICKERBOCKER ITS From 5/11. .SPLENDI...

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BREVITIES. SMALL-POX rumours in town to-day. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 16 July 1881

BREVITIES. SMALL-Pox rumours in town to-day. Our leader and other interesting matters crowded out to-day. The same old stumbling horse is used by the telegraph boys in Goulburn. The nembers of the Church of England Working Men's association are requested to attend a lecture on Monday next. The Local Government Bill is a very formidable document, and will take the Assembly a consider- able time to deal with it. The Flying Squadron have at last arrived in Port Jackson and the usual ceremonies have becn gone through in accordance with naval eti. quette. Eleven pens of Tasmanian rams realised by auction in Sydney on Thursday last £2084. The Influx of Chinese Restriction Bill is under the consideration of Parliament, and notwithstand the public opinion of the country, a few members are offering opposition to it. There always will be obstructionists. The people in Cootamundra have got some fat members of the porcine species two of which after being dressed turned the scale at 6701bs. Abou...

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MR. W. SANDS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

MR. W. SANDS' REPORT.-Fat Cattle. Prime are commanding much higher prices; consequently medium are bringing better figure. I .have no sales to report; have private transactions pending. Fat Sheep have this week ruled higher in the Sydney niarket than at any other time since shearing. Extra good wethers averaged 18/2. Store Cattle.-There is a good demand for grown bullocks. I have buyers for several hundreds and would strongly reccommend sellers of such to make up their minds to take advan tage of the yards as competition is brisk and market value obtained. I sold 35 under sized bullocks in good condition at L2 4/- ; 7: steers at aI 3/6 ; 4 cows at LI 2/6; 4 ditto at 19/-. Store Sheep.--Those yarded only culls. 88 weaners at 5s oj; 34r mixed at 4/6: 64 weaners at 4/-; a86 aged ewes at 3/7. I have buyers for good sound wether.s. Hlorses.-Not any good in. Sold a' few.? Pigs sell well. Only a few in. Poul Stry.-No change. Fruit-trees and plants sold satisfactorily.

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