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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

PARLI A MII E N TAR Y. FRIDAY,' JU?Y 15. IN the Legislative Assembly. Ministers laid on the table a return of land resumed-by the Government for public pur poses, and it was ordered that it be printed. Mr. Byrnes moved the adjournment of the House for the purpose of complaining of the manner in which the Jeanneret Tramway Bill had been dealt with on the previous day. Mir. Burns explained that he moved in the matter as an act of courtesy for Mr.?Farnell, who was unable to attend the House in time to present the petition, and that the passage of the bill was in accordance with the 65th Standing Order. Mr. O'Connor complained of the dilapi dated condition of the City Police Court buildings. Mr. Henson hoped the accomodation for r.efreshments on the Southern line of railway Would- be extended. Mr. Byrnes replied, urging that the 65th Standing O'rder should be amended, and the motion for the adjoiirnment was then put and nega'tived;. : The Sydney Hospital Bill, which had been interrupted...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (Aribd ed ferSoni tIle Age). ON Tuesday, as the Queanbeyan Branch of the Protestant Alliance Benefit Societyv were niarclhin in procession through the streets, and had just turned up Mowat-street, opposite the R. Catlholid School, a bullock irritated by. the gay colours displayed and martial mutsic, made war oin' the ranks, and breaking thrbugh the procession dispersed the mem bers. Satisfied wvith this display of his prowess the beast:beat a felreat, and the pro cession: reformed, and pursued the even tenor of its way without further molestation; .James Stone, a billiard-marker, fractured his.collar-bone on Tuesday night whilst play fullyt sparring with a conipanion outside the Protestant Hall. : The . police; undeir the direction of our zealous :senior-sergeant, are likely to: ,bring the scatterers of poison to book :ere long; and we hear that civil actionsrare alsbo likely to be taken against the, perpetrators of the rascally action.referred to in our last. The follow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

BOOT TRADE "T~TANTED, A YOUTH for the U?r .Room / ~iod abaCo.'s loot Fcto . pjply at once toXW. T. WOOD & CO., Auburn street. A M?FOR~TiBiE ¶WO. 0- 0 COT. "T/ in Joshua-st et, or oulburn., Apply ai FOX, on the remn 'c TO LET, A FOUI ROOIIED COTT'GE, tacehed Kitchen and threc:stall.Stablc, wit right to runione or two horesin soadd ioc; ren Iodndate. Apply toWh Ws I~lLT \ISflN, INorth fonlbulat. TO LET. . , A HItOURE is Tithnos w-utet - ply' i 'ty o H- R. R. XXLKI'R,B Grecer,AunA street. TO, L. T rTHE D.JBLTOIROUSE -1d EPRIEMIES. at K in s'lknowns'a 'I ie1Farn st A' Al~ b5nt 18 ALR'lij, "of l??,LOSED ~Ba:~o'ippoitd: aids of'i as.r _lod 5 v'ieoro' ~j MEasns' BETlS AD Ok;iTER9U To..TIr D"S.. . -IT . - 'R S~wIs-tno inform thel Pcthliethrqugh your papsr 5,thesitt erein no0 smsll sx nori'nJy witlh' dissce, as stringers hlay any'dise'an, evi h has been alsely reported., l),:??tl and t?o policehas? inspected the plce and fare fully on vidisedt t there is no disea ivwhateer. -' /. W. ...

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MEAT-FREEZING. TO THE SMALL GRAZIERS OF ARGYLE, &c. (Per favor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

- MEAT-FREEZING. To THE SMALL GRAZIERS OF ARGYLE, &C l(Per favor of the Evening Penny Post . GENTLEMEN,--YOUr slowness in taking shares in the Meat-freezing Company warrant the supposition that you believe-in the doubt ex pressed by.one of the wisest and most expe rienced gentleman within fifty miles of Spring field,.namely, that the greatest difficulty will be to get men of sufficient skill arid practical experience to conduct, the business; other wise I fancy you would have taken up all the shares ere now, :and that for several reasons. Amongst the principal ones' I may mention that the" area r of agricultural laird in? this. colony, is'so small compared with the total area tht'.at we. must depend chiefly: 0on our stolk, for vlhicli the country is so admirably adapted, and was evidently so from the very creation, which is'fully proved:by the natural fact thatthe leaves never fall here as at home and other countries: Again, the climaite is so mild everywhere, except Crookwe...

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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

BUNGENDORE. S(Fni our Coresrctponden.) NA'ROW EsckAPE;--One day tliis..wveek a lady had occasion to.leave.liofie f6r-a.shbrt time, and left her two little children in the. house. After ishort time some neighbours. attracted by the smell of something burning, proceeded in the" direction from whetnce it came, ind happening to look through a window of the room 'iin which .the youngsters were, were horrified to find ofie-of 'tlie little ones with his clothes nearly burned off. Assistance was at once given, and the remaining portion of clothes were quickly taken off, and with the exception of a slight scorch on the breast, nothing else could be seen. Had it. been.a few moments later, there is not the least doubt.but the poor child would have been burnt to death, as it vas not above: three or four years of. age. . Wallaby Hunt.-The drive which took place at MrI. N. Powell's paddocks at the sand hills on last Saturday was one of the most successful that has been about here; for at the end ...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

Churol of Eng'land Working .I~lon's Literary Association. . ;: : AT the usual weekly-meeting of the above soicFe, hbld last evening, tliere was a good attendance both 'f membhers and frieiid. ;'the cliair- beisig c copi.d by the Ven. Arclideacon Puddicombe... One ,editlemt'ns was nomint-teri for membership, anld Mr. uohn Curran--who had been proposed at the presi ous mseting--duly elected-a member of the society. Tlhe same gentleman ad a Mr. G. Schofield were afterwards introduced to the meeting. The special buoiiess of tlie evening vwas a lecture by Mr. P..G Myers, M.L: A., of "The Advantages of Liherary Associations ;" but as there still rerinined some little time prior to the leisttire beitig commenced Mr; IT. Piin, gave a reading.-" On National Char aidter," arid Mr. Thomas arebitation-ll Lord Chat: ham on the American W\ar." After theose perform auces had been subjected to the-ordealeof- criticism Mr. Myers proceeded vith his lecture. He likened literary societies, in the first...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

RiEUTERmS. TSLEGRAMS.) LONDON, JU? .iS." ALTi6uidu thore is a miarked dimilnution ,ini, the number of riots and agrarian, outrages in Ireland,during the last few weeks stillthe discontent amongst thei!aboring?classes is undiminished; and there;are many symptoms ofa revival of the" recnt agitation in many parts of the country.-. - ?: . .: " The latest fromn Afghainistan confirms the intelligenc l:lately received; about the: rhove ments of Ayoub Khan, Wh' has now?advanced", to Hyderatbad. gn Don Carlos, the late claimant to the throne of Spain, who has been residing in the French territory for some time past lias been expelled from the country by the, Government, on ac count of ceritai lelitimist ritrigiues, in .ii hich he is accused of being ctinserned. '..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

SQUATTERS. COMPETENT WOOL CLASSES years, (References: Mort and Co., ,y ; King and Cunningham, Melbourne, Vie.) I. MILLER, Auburn Hill Cottage, Goulburn. FOR SALE, D SE1RST PRIZE CANARIES. Y, J' Goulburn. Furnished Apartments To Let, ALSO VACANCIES FOR BOAR ERS. TERMS MODERATE. CLIVE -IOUI i, Sloane street, G ul r. (Late Cashel H so.) Mans. BUTLER, having ugaged DRESS MAKER from Sydney, is prepared to XECDTE ORDERS on the shortest notice, and most reason able terms. "We Won't Oive You a/ Bilht." Day Coach to GAoulb n. THE undersigned will start a Coach f m Braid wood to Goulburn EVERY SU. DAY and THURSDAY, leaving the Commercel Hotel at 10 a.m, and arriving in Goulburn a 6 p.m. Will leave the Royal Hotel, Goulburn on TUESDAY and SATURDAY at 9 a.m., arr?'ing in Braidwoml at 5 a.m. Fares Each Way, 10s, S The Mail Coach will run as usual. KINGSLAND & MALONE. 50,000 Feet OF PINE & CEDAR OF THE BEST QUALITY; Architraves, Skirting, &. Turnery, DOORS AND SASHES All S...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

IJOULBURN ITEIMS., I'gE Public School building at Towrang is comrn ,leted, and the same is situated about a hundred :yards from the railway line. The building is cnonstructed of granite and brick. The schoolroomn. is capacious, well lighted, and furnished with desks andseats; and it will accommodate about sixty children. The teacher's residence attached contains three rooms. The roofs of the buildings are galvan ized iron, and the water from the same is conducted into two iron tanks. The buildings have a verandah, and contain appliances for ablution purposes. The school ground (about two acr.s) is enclosed with a substantial fence. The costractor for the buildine (MIr. R. B. Clewitt) deserves credit for the manner iu which he has carried out the work, which the Government Inspector passed last week. SST. hNIcOcOAs' CIIunCROt, North Gaulburn, was crowded last Sunday evening to hear the Rev. D'Arcy Irvine's sermon upon "The Power ofl Woman to Regenerate Society." The rev. gentle mam ;...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence." [lnoIriSO 0o COsIRo.SP );i. SYDNEY, TUESDAY." THE Marine Board yesterday came to a decision on the loss of the schooner Sophia and steamer Argyle, that there was no evi dence 'upon which .to found a charge of default against the master of-eitlier vessel. The Pacific Insurance Company pay a dividend of ten per cent. .DAt a meeting-of the Lic&nsed Victuallers Association yesternight a petition was adopted for presentation to Parliament; suggesting: number of alterations in the Licensitig Billt'? It is expected- the squadron will finish coaling to-day; afterwhich the vessels will be thrown open for public, inspection anyftime during the daty. Yesterday afternoon the :Princes drove round the city and dined with the Speaker of the Assembly in the evening.. To-night they will be entertained by Commodore Wilsoni. A grand serenade is'innounced to talke place in- Farm Cove on "Friday ev;ning, organised by -some Germani residents:, of Sydney. The electric li...

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THOUGHTS OF THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

TIHOUGHTS OF THE PAST. As I sit alone 'neath the pale moon's rays, And gaze on its silvery light, And many a happy hour is r. called; As I-think of the pist t.o-nigt ; I think of the time when my future seemed bright - When the world seemed grand and pure; When that life appeared all joy and peace, That has dice been hard to endure. There is not a star that shines above, Or a flower that blo:ms below, But reminds me of that early love, And the hopes of long ago. Your friendship was a shining light. And a guiding star to me. Like sunshine, it o'ercast my life- O No shadows could I see. My thoughts wander back to that dear old time, With a desolate yearning pain Goes back to the bliss that then was mine; But may never be mine again. My future, perhaps, had been brighter If thy face 1 never had seen : My heart would be far lighter, But for those sad words-It might have been, MAUD WILMOTT. Golspie, 15th July.

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

BREVITIES, No fire:at'the :court-house:again to-day i At the Police Court, this morning, before Mr..: Aleikander, .Rdbert: Wiedmejer: was chargedw-(ith beiig drun;il and disorderly, and he was fined 2los or seven days in gaol. A sale of leases of crown lands will take place on the.: 24th August, at Goulburn, Braidwvood, iad GCarcoar."?: , - ...71.births and 5 _deaths are recorded for the :Cooma district during the past.quarter. Nearly'~O 000oohb. asll been: collected at the Crown Lands Office, Hay, during the quarter. The export of coal from Newcastle for last week, was'?22- 3 tos anid thd e customs revenue -~r53'32.los .: ?. ...o 8d-.:" Last isek 2538' acres of Crbown ?'ands was conditionally purchased at- the:\ Wagga Land Office.. The ferret case in :iell~oturne : is catiuing no little excitement,. . ,, ..:i:. : The Braidwood Dispatch says'-two police men hada4irro- escape fr'.om drowning a day or two ago; the~ient-'to Montag;ue Island for the purpose of a.r'resting : ia n charged...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

/ ? 'a ted ,. BY espeotaule pers a, a SITUAT N as ENERAL SER NT, App, Mas, M D NALD, Registry Ofi Wante , TR- RE& GOOD GE aRAL SERVANT ; also, - aURSE OIB?8 Apply at 10Rs. Mo& DONA rI'S, Sorvants' legistry Oice,Auburna 'ctreetiAoroer of Cliffowd-s eet. &antesl, A STRONG dtRL.as GENERAL SERNT. One from the country preferred.; ??., MRs. BU IOE, Burgs Villa, Goulburn. - Wanterl, A T Gilleerp Boot Factory, 12 or .15 S foi the iOUTTIN'G, F[NISHIN MIKING D PAR'TMENT. . .:.j:: ' - C.:GILLESPI ' : . . i . - ."- '~ :.Goulbtro;."i:! FIGHIT OR NINE SMART.BOYS aso A appi tissoe, at Wood . & Co's Boot Faotory. ,4il' WOOD & 00'o?, Auburna:treet.

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GOLSPIE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

GOLSPIE. (Fromn our Correspondent.) WALLABY DRIVE -A wallaby drive took place on Mr. Maynard'a run on Saturday, the 9th instant, which I beg to record as an entire ruccess. It has proved about the most successful evet of the kind that has ever taken place in the locality, 175 of tho selectors' onoemy were yarded and destroyed. I may here mention that yarding the marsupials eoemus a more successnful way of doetruction than shooting, and many declare it better sport. An excellent re past was spread on the green, which reflected much credit on the ladies whor kindly provided it THE WEATHIER.-The weather this we kt has continued very dull; but little rain has fallen and no intense cold has been felt.

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CABLE MESSAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

GABLEj MESSAGES.; I (From SZ@iiOlfiefcalP ) The Idebateon the: Irish:Land?Bill was fuir' ther continued ;last;'iight;?wvhei cIlauses 25 and 26 were again under consid?drati6ii.' The fotmer,-relatinig t the'"advance of money by the Treasury for the reclamation and i.nprove ment of waste or uncultivated lald on suffi cient guarantees, was passed at an early hour. Clause z6, the emigration clause, however, was only adopted after a most protracted sitting, whlich was continiued until inorning. The Irish members again persisted in obstructing the clause in question. Before the House rose Mr. Gladstone made a speech, in which he declared that the tactics pursued by. Mr. Parnell and his followers tendered to 'degrade tlie 'roceedings of thlie House of Com mons in the eyes of the country. The debate' in committee of the House of Commons upon the Irish Land Bill was re newed to-night. After an animated dis-. cussion further progress was made, Clause 27; under which the Treasury will have pow...

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TO THE WOOING, WHEEDLING "WIZARD," [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

TO 'PHE WOO ,N,W?HEIEEDLITNG "'WIZARD,!" W aTIo WIsiiFLr'or WTTrLor's WIISPERSD" r ITOIICnAFr, waVIIIOII wVILLINGLY ITIIERS IVrrLINGS WISHING TO WLVE DEc u 'Wisrd," yOur offer's bewitChing, Amusing,.solacing, and' ich. J a?::i. But Poor Maud can't agree to the hitohiog& On a broomstrick to ride as your witoh. Unallured byfo;urodazzling :proposal,.:' ' Unconstraioed by your magicl art, I doline to place at your disposal" ? ;i' My rejected, disoonsolate heart. P.S.-Though " A.C.'s "heart to me was seale~, .T admit he had no gizzard.; . The wound bemade can n?.er be heale' By Giiniderra's wheedling'" Wizard." Golaspie, 15th, 1881.

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

Trevanian. I When they entered the room, the gentle man instead of consoling the child, was pray ing at the'foot of the bed The mistress of the house thought it very strange; but as he had promised that her rent should be paid, of course it was not her interest to make any observation. Still, as she afterwarlds used to observe, he might have sent for a doctor, or atany rate for a bottle of wine; but no-he had nothing to offer the sufferer whilst living but prayers, and a coffin and pall when dead. Without taking the least notice of the child so solemnly recommended to his care, he left the room, requesting the landlady to follow him. ' Poor mamma I' sobbed Fanny; 'gone gone 1 Who will love me now ?' 'I will I' replied Sally Carroll, throwing her arms around her neck and kissing her. 'I have no friends or relations in the world you shall be my sister ! We will love one another, and live and work together.' CHAPTER XXV. WITH a feeling in which perhaps a momen tary remorse had some sli...

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NOTES FROM GININDERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

NOTES FROM GINI) ,ERRA. - BY THIE "~YIZAkRD ON.Sa?urday e oning last alargely attcended public steetiig was laeld at SIr. Bolton'se Cricketers' Arms, the objyct of the meeting being to protest against the action of the government in subsiding No. 8 ca;mping reserve at une Tree Hlill in preference to the village reserve on th (4Gininderra creek, which hid beent petitioned for by the iohabitanuts. On the motioh of eJS. Gillespie, seconded by Mr. Duuncan Cameroe, G., Harcourt Esq,, J.P.,. was voted to the chair. The chairman having read the adlvertisement calling the meeting, referred briefly to the circunmstances which led t> the meetingo binig held; he also stated that he had been commissioned by E.IR. Grace Esq., J. P., toinformi ~the meetiug.that that gentleman was prepared to give acre fr acre df his private land at the crossing. of the main Yass and Queaubeyan road, over the Gininderra creek, in exchange for the village reserve which is situated at some distance from tlhe.road...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

THE Vrious agricultural societies of:' the colony at least once a year prepare their schedule of prizes for the shows held under their auspices: and it seldom if ever occurs that the 'schedule of the preceding show is again adopted without some alterations and -a~dditid2"" The ' eperieiice :f 'bne?slo6--iis generally used as a guide to frame the ar rangements for the next, and this system con :tinues.:in.all parts. .Seldom do we" notice amongst the.prizes offered :in a list that any encouragement.is given to.bring into use any thinignew, either in 'the shae' of' anyi' particu lar breed of stock, ri df any production from the-earthl, other than what is generally known; andyet there are numerous articles that could iBeprdutced, with profit to the culturist, that should be encoiuraged" by 'having a prize 'o°ffered' larger; in amount than the ordinary pinzes for'other exhibits;, and we prpose on tlhepresent ':occasion to fefer to a feiw, and i(l',commience wvith flax;I. This is a croi ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

Business Announcement. BARRY AND DAVIS HBAVE much pleasure in informiug the inhabit. ants of Goulburn and di trict and the public generally that they have purchased the business reo cently conducted by Mri. I. C. PRATT as Wholesale Produce ITerchant and in soliciting a continuance of the sto which their predecessor has received, they beg to draw attention to the fact that in all tran a? nheir terms will be found to compare fav bly wsitlt any in the market. Wholesale customers liberall de t with. BARRY AND DAVIS, PRODUCE MERCHANTS, * Sloane-street, Goulburn. SIn thanking the public of Goulburn and the dis. tricts surrounding for the generous support they have extended to me during the last sixteen years, I feel great satisfaction in recommendiung to my numerous friends aid patrons the two gentlemen to whom I have disposed of my business in the hay, corn, and produce line-ME,.sss. P. J. BARRY and R. J. DAVIS-and hope to see them meet with a continuance of that large share of custom fr...

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