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

Inuuest. A FATAL accident occurred on Satur:lay evening last between Goulburn and Gundary to :a man ;namrned Benjamin Beddoe, a wood carter. An in quest was held at: Guiidary b' the district coroner, (\. M. Betts, ,sa . . . ... ... '... ', John Bfeddae deposed": Inm a carrier, 'and livr at Gundary : the deceiased, whose body tho jur, and coroner have just viewed, was my brother; hi was twentytive years of age and :-riiimirried; yesterday morniug I sent him to Goulbirn Wriittl the dray and team of four bullock: he should have reached-home bliit' seeri'n:o'clo6k";:as she ' lihad irt come up to eieaht o'clock, I started to Goulbnrn on foot to see if I could meet him; after going along the road about four miles and at a place, near a culvert I found his body lying on'thbe mailn road right on the track ; he was quite dead and w-s lying full stretch on his back; after examining hIim [ found uothidg eould be done.for him, and L. then went on to Goulburn and gave information to. the police;...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Presentation to Mr. J. Lumsden. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 July 1881

Presiedation to MIlr. J. Lumsden. ON Wednesday afternoon the pupils of the Mittagong Public School presented their late teacher (Mr. Lumsden) with .an ' address, accompanied by a very handsome writing desk. After Mr. Hall (the newly appointed teacher) had; airranged the children for the occasion, Mastei- J. Forde came forward and read the folldwing address:- . ::.. Mittagong, July 138th, 1881, Dear Mr. Lussdeu -We, the pupnils of the Mittagopg Public .chool, beg to express to you the very gred;? solrrow wo'icol on accoout of your leaving us, .Two years ago you came to this school and found iht;ii a lor coidition, humerically and othelr wise, thioisgh your untiring energy, attenstiori,.and devotioutto work, a groat change has been effocted. Tho suio iiidinoss of the school have been made an ornamens to our town, the attoudance hlas been doubled, and we venture to hope that our mental growtlh his kept pace with the fruits of your other labours. We recognise with lively feelings of gra...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

'Trevanian ! To do Mrs. Watkins justice, it was not the smallness of the sum which occasioned her silence, but surprise: she was touched at the devotion and benevolence of the pleader, ,hose scanty earnings were barely sufficient to find bread for herself. Before giving her an .answer, she made Sally repeat to her everything that had passed. ' Some villain, on my life I' she exclaimed, quoting from the once popular but now forgotten play of the Curfew, in which she enacted the heroine in the country. This was in allusion to the conduct of the gentleman who had paid the funeral ex penses of the Signora. 'Oh, no !' replied her lodger, warmly; 'he was very good and kind ! See what nice dresses he has given us I And that is notall !' she added, opening the palm of her hand, and displaying the five guineas. It was not the sight of the money which decided the actress upon receiving Fanny for,to do herjustice,she hada hand open as day to melting charity; it was the innocence and utter help...

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HOSKINGTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

HOSKINGTOWN. (iFrom 'our Correspondent.) , SINCE my last report .I have paid a:visit ot inspection to the Molonglo, or Foxlow, Gold Reels; On my way up I saw Messrs. Morgan, Lewis, and Monaghan, at'work " paddocking" on the Molonglo river, about a mile above Foxlowv stationi, andjlnear: the jiihction bfilthe Ballalaby, Creek, and from-..the prospects shown to me by them.I cbnsider they are making wages. In the vicinity of Captain's Flat there are several parties prospectirng in the 'alluvial, 'but I could not hear tiith:what result.. Through the kind courtesy of Mr. Mc Neill, of-the "Prosledtinig Claimt' I was enabled to get a good 'iew of the "6i5irations carried on' in that claim. :.:I descended the shaft a depth of 40 feet, and saw what I con sider a well defined reef, about ;I4 inches in width. I'broke'off,-and brought to'the sur face, some'stb'oes, but could not perceive any gold in it. This stone Mr..Me Neill crushed in my prese6ce, wlieni it produced a very nice. sample, of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

Important 'Announcement. FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS! £10,000! £10,000! £10,000 i WORTH OF BDBAPEBY ATI PA R.IS P R.IC EiE" i. H. DURNELL WISHES it to be notified that he has made one of the largest and most succ ssful BARGAINS ever made in the Colonies, consisting of LADIES' JACKET and MANTLES, which will be o eed at such Ridiculous Prices as to command a peedy Clearance at 25 per cent. th n Wholesale Prices, and DEFIES COMIPETITION ! Note the following FTP.ORDINARY PRICES: LADIES' MANTLES ,/e t ost fashionable shapes and elegant designs, s de from material not to ? u sed for durability of wear. A lady can be fitte with one of these Mant . s/ orn by the elite of Paris, London, &c., from is to FIVE GUINEAS; these are/r I1 wo from Three Guineas to Twelve Guinea LADIES' BAGS, tastefuly and elegantlymounted in Rich Morocco and R sian Leather, from 2s 6d to Ioh6d-woul heap at aos 6d and £1a Perfumery, Soaps, Clotes,- air and Tooth Brushes, Combs, Pocket Books, Purses, &c. ...

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MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

. MARULAN. (Fronm or Correspondent.) ...,... WATiER SUPPLY.-Mr. John James; surveyor and hydraulic engeheer, arrived-in- town last week, his business being to examine, and report on.the best available method for ob taining.us a permanent copious supply.of:the aqueous fluid, a sum of money having been voted or. that purpose. . The wallabys met with rough.treatment;at the hands of: our local Nimrods at Kyle ho Saturday last. About 120 of their numler' succumbed to the effect of powder and shot. About 40 persons attended the drive, and as the majority of those were armed, drivers were somewhat scarce. Luncheon, to which we, all .did amply justice, Was provided' by Messrs. Ranken and Sons. No accidents oc curred: beyond someone parting company with his steed and coming in contadct with mother earth. A gentleman was:also hugged in the Iriendly embrace of an," old man," but assistance being at hand,' the " torester". was soon placed ho-rs de combat, anrd our friend released from his preca...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

QUEAN BEYAN. (Abridled from the Agr). Constable Simpsin from Cootamundra has arrived in Queanbeyan to supply the vacancy o :casioned by the removal of first-class con stable Eglington to Cootamundra. A ladies' committee was appointed, at a meeting held on Monday, to collect funds for the erection of the proposed manse in connection with St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church in this town. -We hear that two or three actions are about to be instituted in the appr6aching district court for damiages done by the dogs of certaini residents in the town to the sheep of neigh bouring owners. The two surveyors engaged on'the Goul burn and Qeanbeyan railway are reported to be making rapid progress with their work. The: following .are the: proceeds of the bazaar held on the rath and r3th instant in aid of the Protestant'. Hall, Queanbeyan: Misses Hunt and Land, .£64; Misses Scott, O'Neil,: and Mrs. Gabriel, 649: 19s ;Mes: dames Hudson and Buttle, and Miss Gibbs, X43 i2s 7d; Mrs. Hincksmah,ZI13 r2s 6...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

GOULBUR1TN ITEMiTS, THE racehorse Retrospect, that won the great race at :Griafteo?"is by Reprieve, who is at present owned by j?. Mo Alister of Goulburn, and we underitaind is to be available to the public fior service. Reprieve is well known on the turf, having won handlicaps and different races at \'agga, and other places. WnI notice, among those who sncceeded in passing the recent matriculation examination at the Uniiiversity the name of Mr. i. Giddes, who' has jugt:ileft Hurtsville College' in this city (where hb has been educated) in order to study at the University with a view of taking his degree. .THUE truant officer, Mr. Goldsmith, is gsing his rounds, in order to ascertain the names of pupils of school ages that are absent from .school, with a view of enforcing the parents of such sending them to school. We know of a large number of lads, who from the circumstances of their parents, are engaged during the dlay earning a trifle towards their support, which would be a great...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

TRADE MARK, WALTHAM, MASS.-The AMERICAN WATCH CCMPANY, Of \Yaltham, Massachussetts, U.S.A., hereby give notice that their Trade Mark, "Waltham, ass." is now registered in the Australian olonies of Victoria, New South WVales, d New Zealand. Proceedings will be ta en against any person copying or imitatin ame, or any venders selling or offering f sale watch bearing colorable imitation or in y y infringing our rights. merica tc Company, Waltham, M s. Two GOLD MEDO' S---erF--i ican Waltham Watches; the only medals awarded :o exhibitors of watches Melbourne Inter-' national Exhibition, 1880. All genuine Wahltham Watches have the trade mark " Waltham, Mass." engraved on the plate of the watch. • .. .. Wa te d, F Monday next, an EXPEWIENCED a/WAITER. LINE OTHERS, Goulburn Bak y. V a nted, A LAD about 14 t 15 years old, t/drive a hoe and cart d make himl f useful. Apply to A. H.LINE, laker, Gunning. S" , ssaltnt, / A N IMPR ER; alo N APPRENN to the ressmaking. s. KING,-Offrd. street. I sWau...

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Goulburn Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

Goulburn Literary and Debating Society. Tote, regular weekly meeting of the above, held on Tuesday evening last, was very well attended, and presided over by theRev. A. M. Tait, who, after opening the meeting, left the chabnir on account of having some other engagement to attend to. Mr. Donald took the chair, and after one member was proposed, two elected, one introduced, and A. Bryson jun. had given notice of a motion--tbat the secretary be. instrucced to find a more suitable room in which to hold the meetings, the following readinge, recitations, and addresses were given: Reading, "?The Death of Paid. Dombey," by A. Brysno; recitation, "The Burial of Sir John Moore," hy 3. 'Crawfnrd i ,eding " Margaret and the Minister," by W. Donald; addresses on " Whiskey," by I. lainer; on "The. Parliament of N. S. Wales," biy H. Bllackshaw. T iho business for next nmeeting was rniinounced to be a debate " Whieh is the Most Injurious. the Miser or the Spendthrift ?" The' meeting closed in the u...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, July 17. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney .Daily Papers. ) LoNDON, July 17. IT is expected: that the. landlords will monopolize'the:advantages to be gained by the reduced rents. The Cork labourers are oreanising for a strike. One hundred and twenty women among the Kourds, for refusing to work, were im prisoned in a barn and burnt alive.:. Arrangements are being nmade'for a grand review of the Volunteer troops, to be held in Scotland. WASHINdrON,July 17.' The latest bulletin issued: bjr:President Garfield's medical attendants, is',of a very satisfactory character. The President'con tinues to eat and sleep well, and there is now every reason to believe that a complete re covery from the effects of !his wounds is only a question of time. NEw YORK, July 16. Heat almost unprecedented in severity has prevailed for some time past throughout the United States. The number of deaths from sunstroke exceeds that of any previous year. During the past few days no less than 550 deaths from this cause have been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

.,:GQULBURN.& QUEANBEYAN 'entn.' Penny Post.' ...:!.. - " [RPISTED BY STEAM] ' - PUBLISHED every. TUESDAY, THURSDAY I and SATURDAY AFTERNOON t b;has'the largest airculation of any paper southn ! of Sydneyj 'aud:is.a first-class advertising medium.,: 1 ;.l. .....TERMS OF SUBSCIIPTION: sItaipnu, or 3s. per Quarte rd'. Aiysubasriber wisbing to decline the papet iius:tdo'sBoat the end of the quarters terminating n 'areJune, 6Septomn'ir, ' and December, in iig,or Will' b held resieinsible for the amioun' SJOB PRIN--NGO : , . - :.- 1vesinug Penny PoBt ,tream Machine Print??. :ilo i the CbU'APEST OFF?lt OUT OF SYDNEY uitb i tl' a .g.i n,, . Orders rxecuted at the sliorteat notice. . .. •~de ..... .. . Qupsaiibyvt....,.... . . P. Longh v cabra........q..'..'.;....,E.,' 't:BPOh thi SGuudarpol. :.... ,..aH.J aGrath Giuideorra .....................0. Gilleaspie Gunuiug...;.-n-,i ;.;,, ........ ..A.-H.-Lino... - ; ' Daltol ...,,.r;.?,... .... ;.:,J , Wheat~ley? Bungeed,,re .......3:;;, ...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

BREVITIES, GooD Templars' concert Saturday night. Dr. Stanley, the Dean of Westminster, is dead. Anti Chinese meeting to-night at the Imperial Ho'el, roll up. The Taralga people have petitioned the Govern ment for a tramway from Goulburn to that place. A case for the charitably disposedii now in the Goulburn hospital, and donations are earnestly solicited M. Louglan, of the Bridge Hotel, Waggi, was thrown from his horse on Tuesday last and seriously injured. A nugget weighing 80 oz. has been found at Boott in the Inglewood district, Victoria. There is the greatest alarm in Paris for fears of a water famine; the hot weather at present pre valant there does not aid matters much. A resident medical officer has beeh appointed for the Melbourne hospital at a salary of £450 per annum. The Royal Princes went by special train to Lithgow yesterday, and was accompanied by several officers of the squadron. At the bombardment of Sfax the numbers of killed and wounded were very large. We are gla...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, JULY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

[REUTER'S TELEGORAMS.] LONDON, JULY 0o. THE remaining clauses of the Irish Land Bill have passed through committee in the House of Commons. The postponed clauses will now be dealt with. The rising of the Mahomedan population in Tunis and the adjacent territory is rapidly spreading in all directions, and numerous tribes are joining in the revolt. In reply to a question in the House of Commons regarding the serious rising of the tribes in North America, Mr. Gladstone stated that the British Ambassador at Paris had been instructed to communicate with the French Government in regard to the adoption. of measures necessary for the protection of the lives and property of British subjects. The difference amongst the team of cricketers for Australia has been satisfactorly settled. Later news from Sfax states that, in the capture of that place by the French, the number of killed and wounded Arabs is much greater than was at first reported-4oo being killed and 800 wounded. The French loss was ...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

ODDS AND E·NDS;.". ' At Temora the?weather is bittei coldand dry. ,Th 'countfry is fearfully dry,' and'the stations all complaii:at' the iesult of the lImbing.,!,The) Temora. Quartz Company commeiinced crushing on Friday, and com pieted 2c tons fromn,the Red Hill reef, which went 9 oz.; 29 tons frobm Irbnclad went 5 oz.- Both these reefs are in Deutscher's paddock ., The viatcr in the dam is suffi cient for two months. Hicks and Party's spare ground between Foster and Burke's claiims a?shed 300 loads , ~which weotn (yiil. pickinmgsout) an average of y 'oz? "to'then load :;: ... A tremendous sensation was created at KBalmain on Friday last by a blast from a qcuarry. A mass of rock, Weighing I/ cwt. was blown with great force into the air, and it struck a cottage in Reynold-street, occupied by a Mr. Gibson, a builder, causing consider-.. able damage. The rock came crashing through the window of the drawing-room, and the thing smashed not only the table and some chairs, but also consid...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

GUNNING. (From our Correspondent.) PoLnea COURT. --John Purcell was charged before \Itr. Kenyon, J.P., for being drunk and disorderly. Fined 10s. or seven days. The same prisoner was then charged for mali. ciously breaking a door with an axe, damage done 10s. Fined 10.., amount of damage or 14 days. The fines were paid. His worship stated that had the law allowed him, he should have given him three months for the last offence. Mutual improvement Society.-The regular meeting was held on Tuesday evening, the president in the chair. There was an unusually large attend ance. The theological discussion on the relative characters of Esau and Jacob was opened by Mr. Collins in favour of Esau in a lengthy speech, Mr. Conolly following in an argumentative speech in favour of Jacob. Mr. Bo ard spoke in favour of Esau, and the president and Mr. Ayers in favour of Jacob, when, owing to the long speeches and the lateness of the hour, the discussion was adjourned till the next meeting set apart f...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [FRoM OUR CORRESPONDRŽTS.1 SYDNEY, THURSDAY. IN the Assembly yesternight the Additional Judge Bill passed through committee without any material alteration. The Upper House passed the second read in. of the Criminal Law Airrendment Bill. The steamship Orient arrived at Cape Booda yesternight. A public meeting was held yesternight under the auspices of the Sons of Temper. ance. A resolution was carried that no Li censing Bill would satisfy the public which did not provide for local option to renewals and removals. A grand silver'bearing reef has been dis covered near,the Great Northern Line, South' Australia. The Masonic Ball, yesternight, was a brilliant affair; about i3oo persons were present, including several officers of the squadron. The absence of the Princes caused great disappointment, they being too tired to attend after their trip to the Blue Mountains yesterday. The great ball at Government House takes place to-morrow night. At the wool sales yeste...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

PAR LI ANMENTARY.. TUISDAY, JuLY 19j: IN the Legislative Assembly. ' Mr. iuk r gsave totice 'of bi&-ititer'tion to; risk tor leave to introduce a biiil for tie reg? at oin of riglg-ba.oking on Crown Lands ;A freturn 'of persbos m'hiimcd and Jkilled&liv o.vernmenttramwrayswaps:~ideored on themotitoi of Dr. arrant; and copies of all railway,trial surveys and reports, were ordered on the mobtion of Mr. Ferguson. Leave wes given to Air. Pigtt'Lo :bring in a-bil to enable defendants to give evidence an their doi' bebalf in cases of aummnary jurisdiction ; aid -ti Slr. Garrett, t, introduce a bill for the considera ion ndniamendments of the laws relating to new iapea s an l-other periodioals. ' SThe bills were subsequently brought up, ani each read a first time. i A return of the indebtedness of the Government to licensed surveyors to the 30th Tune last, was ordered, on the motion of Mr. Murray. SThe Hospitals Act Amendment Bill was read a third time, and passed ; and it w...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

'THE small-pox scare has somewhat abated, owing to no fresh cases being reported during the week; but people may again fall into the careless groove that they were in before the generil inspection took place. In order that such a state of affairs should not accrue, we consider that the police should continue their rodinds of inspection at short intervals, and pay strict attention to the Chinese residences, wvhich, according to the natural habits of the pccupiers, will in most instiances be founid in anything but a cleanly condition. Although the:work of. inspection may not come alto gether under the duties of the police, at the presenit.time there cannot, in our opinion, be too many:.:insp; ectors employed in this work; besides, the presence of the police will have a more &salutary effect on the minds of the Chinese than any other persons, and.the vides of gambling &c., that are so rampant among the Chinese, will receive a check. We feel assured that Captain Zouch wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 21 July 1881

S: -Business Announcement. SBARRY -AND DAVIS H AVE much pleasure in informing the inhabit ants of Goulburn and di'trict and the public generally that they have purcliased the business re cently conducted by Mn. H. C. PRATT as Wholesale Produce Merchant; and'in sulicitino a continuance of the custom which their predecessor has received, they beg to draw attention to the fact that- in all transactious their' terms will be found to compare favorably with any. in the. market. Wholesale customers liberally dealt w?ith. / BARRY A?.D DAVI:,' PRODUCE MERGHAN < Sloane-street, Goulb "In thanking the publicof Go?ulbluin an the. dis tridts surroundin'g for the genieraous s port they have :extended to me during the last sixteen years, I feel great satisfaction in recommending:. to myi numerous efiedds and patrons the-two gentlemen to whomlI have displsed of my business i, the hay,, corn,i aid produce line -'-Miesis. P. J. 'BAPIIY, and R. J. DAVIS-and hope to.see them ineet with' "cont...

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