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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

"THe:farming community at the present time, from the .very isatisfactory prices ruling for produce of all kinds, have no reason to coii plain." Such is the statement of the opponents in the metropolis to- their: ad vancement; and -there certainly would be grounds for such, a statement if the farming class had a qualitity of produce to dispose of; Sbut-too often, alas, their produce is forced into ihe'inarket at.the time of its maturity, to meet pressing demands; very few farmers can hold their produce till a rise takes place, and sel dom are the returns sufficient to do more than pay for the cost of labour, or even this. It should iiotbe so, norwould it be if they as a c.ilass adopted a different system of culture, i-or did:notbdepend upon: the ordinary, crops fora return. Too,ofte4 we have found that the'mamn cropscultivated consist of. wheit,: oats, maize, and potatoes; and on these the farmer mainly depends for support. Few, if ,lany;'pay attention,' on their limited: or ex :tend...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COUt(T. FR!DAY, JULY 22. - BEFORE Captain Rossi and ?Mr. C. S; Alex ander. -. Elizabeth White (on remand) was charged with being of unsound mind. Alter hearing the evidence of the female. warder of the gaol, The Bench remanded defendant for a week for medical evidence.., - ..:;:i ":-:. Edward Qlarterly was charged with absent ing himself from the hired service of William Southall. Plea, not guilty. Mr. Betts appeared for :coomplainant, and Mr. Davidsoni for tli& deferidait. William Southall, coach buildeir, deposedi I engaged defendant about four or five months since as dcoach- phiritier 'at 3 per week, less two hours; the agreement was- verbal; he came and commenced woikrk; and conitinuied till.last Monday night; I was away in Sydey then ; on' Wedniesday ,'w'henl I ieturned,?dEd fendant was not at work; I went and saw de fendant:.where he was at wbrk ilettering;a shop front for Bond's; I asked him' why he had left my work ;, he said he wanted to finish the j...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

City Calothing Hall. L. MANDLESf b19, >ii Tailor & Outtet , - AUBURN-STREET, GOUJURN '' -(Established in 1 THE BEST STOCK ALWAYS ON IAND S50,000 Feet o. PINE & CEDAR OF THE BEST QUALITY; Architraves, Skirting, & Tury ry. DOORS AND SASHK, All Sizes, and made to ord. GLAiSS of All Sizes and/Desfption, COut to Any Size. NAILS, LOCKS, ANT *I-GES Of all description ON SALE FOR HE : Lowest Cash Prices AT A. J. PA GE'8, 'Opposite Mr. Sands' Sale-Yard, MONTAGUE-STREET, GOULBURN. "-We Won't Give You ~t," Day Coach to Gou rn. T[HE tiUndersigned will start a Coach from Braid L wood to Goulburn EVERY SUNDAY and THURSDAY, leaving the Commercial Hotel at 10 a.m., and arriving in Goulburn at 0 p.m. Will leave the Royal Hotel, Goulburn, on TUESDAY and SATURDAY at 9 a.m., arriving in Braidwoed at 5 a.m, . Fares Each Way, lOs. a"I The Mail Coach will run as usual. KINGSLAND & MALONE. OWEN FURNER & 80N8 HAVING MADE A . -LARGE IMPORTATION "i :L '-." 'OF M AC H...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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SLOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

SLOPS. BY TaE SEXTON. Alderman Mc Connell says the improve ment committee is a farce. I suppose he mearis that most of their " acts" are " farces," and in that case I agree with him. For ex ample, what a funny idea that was about filling up the ruts in Union-street with 15s worth of gravel. I suppose next we'll hear pf them doingK something funnier still-say, calling for teriders 'to bail the water out of the [lagoon witfh a piannikin.-By the way, why, didn't Beehive Boss allot the characters for .thIe. ~ae "Thelire :ioildl hav6 'been . :dif ficulty 'in thefiist iplace as tb whetlher' Aldbr inan C-l or H- s would have been most fitted for:the ' old man '" business; but then Alderman O " e seenis to hive been born for the part of a clown, or anything in that line,'and Alderman T r would stand inequalled as a scene-shifter. Of course he would have: sbme difficilty: to: please the critics in the. selection of his.own part; but in the heavy parts I should think he wouldn't ivant much tr...

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Anti-Chinese Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

s ti -Chrinese Meeting'. PURSUANT to advertisement a preliminary meeting, to' make arrinernenents for holding a public anti-Chinese meeting, was held at Mr. John O'Brien's Imperial Hotel on Thursday evening last. The large room of the hotel was filled, there being about sixty persons present. Mr. George Mlartyr was voted:to the chair, and opened the proceedings by reading the advertisement, which explained the business for which tliey were assembled. He was opposed to the Chinese, and tliought that thle Bill now under the. consideration of the Assembly, if passed into law, would effectually deal with the whole question. He .then called upon Mr. Johnl O'Brien, who mnioved--"That in the opinion:of the: meeting it ivas desirable that a public meeting should be held tdicon sider the Chinese question, and that a com mittee should be formed to: mniaike :the arrangements." He : tliougbht:,the piesent time .,vas ih6ost" fav6rable for the piblic: to express hn opinion on thle question,' whic...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Cooking by Electricity. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

:: Cooking by Electricity. Of the marny curious things certain to be seeni'tt the forthcoming exhibition of elec tricity at Paris, not the least remarkable will be the electrical cooking range of M. Salig nac. That ingenious gentleman is going to fit up his apparatus in the grill room of the restaurant, and intends to furnish a great variety, of meats which have been cooked by heat generated from the electric current. At the last Paris Exhibition, M. Mouchot roasted mutton in condensed sunshine, and literally turned his spit on the hearth of the sun; but an enthusiastic admirer might say that M. Salignac had far surpassed this in broiling steaks by lighting and warming coffee with the aurora borealis. As a matter of fact, the electric current is as well fitted to produce heat as it is to produce light, and just as electricity will, in all probability, be made to yield the principal artificial light of the future, so will doubtless it be applied to household heating. The same machine...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

Importante Announcement. FACI S AB STUBBORN THINGS! £10,000! £ 0,000! £10,000! VORTH OF DKAPEvRT J. H. I[URNELL W ISHES t to be notified that he has m de one of the largest 'and most success BA GAINS ever made in the Col es, consisting of LADIES' JACKETS d MANTL', which will be offered at such diculous Prices as to command a Sp y Clearanp at 25 per cent. lessthan Wholesale rices, and DEFIES CoMnPETITIoN I TE the following RAORDINARY PRICES : LA , ESiLTLES in the most fashionab e shapes and elegant designs, made from material not to be surpassed for durabili y of wear. A lady can be fitted with one of these Mantles, as worn by the eli/e f Paris, London, &c., from ais to FIVE GUINEAS j these are really worth from Thr e Guineas to Twelve Guineas LADIES' BAGS, tastefully and elegantly mounte in Rich Morocco and Russian Leather, from 2s 6d to .os 6d-would be cheap at s 6d and i Perfumery, Soaps, Clothes, Hair and Tooth Brush , Combs, Pocket Books, Purses, &c. Tape-Measure...

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TO "THE SEXTON." [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

TO "T'rHIE SEX'TON." YET pause a moment on the words; Think, if you might believe them, What joy would vibrate feeling's chords, In rapture to receive them. " Yours ever, yours," in deepest woe Not in life's sunshine merely; But when the storms of sorrow blow Still yours, and yours sincerely. Yours in the changing scenes of life, With friendship never failing, Upholding you amid the strife When love is most availing; Yours to advise-to counsel-cheer With friendship prized more dearly, Anddayby day, and year by year, Still to be yours sincerely. To have no doubt when others shrink From troubles which oppress us; To share the bitter cup we drink If they can aid or bless us; Friends not in kindly words alone, But nobly, truly, really - In act and deed, in word and tone, Our friends, and ours sincerely. It is not so the phrase is meant, But carelessly and lightly 'A vain and passing compliment, : Scarce thought, or spoken lightly; "Just-like a thousand other things, S: Of seeming value ...

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FARES TO AND FROM GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

P FARES ;TO .AND FPROM? GOULBURN. Albury, 54s and 360s 3d SBeuhungra, 30s. 3d. and 2Is. Binalong, 17i. and i1s. 6d. ' Bowning, 15s. and 10s. Bowral, 13s. 3. d. and 9s. ad. Breadalbane, 3s. 5d. and 2s. 4d. :: Burradoo, 12s. and 8s. 3d.: .:. Campbelltown, 23s. and 15s. 9d. . - S Carrick, 28. 9d and ls. lld. Cootamundra, 278. 3d. and 18s. 3d. Culcairn, 43s. 3d. and 33s.;6 d. -Cunningar, 20s. 9d. and 14s. 3d. ' Douglas Park, 20s. 6d. and 14s;. Fish River, Gs. 3d. and 4s. 3d. Galong, 18s. 9d. and 12s. 9d. Gerogery, 518. and 34s. 3d. Gunning, 7n. and 4s. 1id. Homebush, 28s. and 18s. 3d. ., Jerrawa, Os. id. and Os. Od. Jordan's Crossing, 9s. and 6s. Junee, 35s. and 24s. Liverpool, 25s. 93d. and 17s. gd. Mannafield, 2s. 4d. and Is. 7d. :" Marulan, 4s. 7d. and 3s. 2d. : Menangle, 21s 6d. andl4s 3. d. , i Mittagoug, 13s. and 9s. Mosesvale, nls. and 7a. Gd. Murrumburrah, 21s. 6d. and 1t4. 9d. Parramatta Junction, 27n. 3d. and 18s. Gd Pioton, 18s. ad. and Ins. 3d Rush's Platform, 13s. 3d. and O...

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Sale at the Land Office, Braidwood. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1881. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

Sale at the Land Offtce, Braidwoad. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, I88I. Country Lots. Lot A, 37 acres, county of St. Vincent' parish of Bettowynd; on the left bank of Tellowar Creek, and adjoining the north boundaries of Hassall, Roberts, and Royds, portion No. Io4 of 40 acres, and John Hyland's conditional purchase, portion no 60 of izo acres; void conditional purchase portion of John Hyland. Lot B, county of St. Vincent, parish of Marlowe on the right bank of the Shoal haven River, adjoining part of the western boundary of R. Travers' conditional pur chase, portion No. 14 of 40 acres; exclu sively of a road I chain wide. Lot C, 40 acres, county of St. Vincent, parish of Seymour; adjoining the east boundary of A. S. V. Lees' conditional purchase portion No. 70 of 40 acres. Upset price £' 5s. per acre. A rather curious find was made on Wed nesday morning in the water off Mrs. Mac quare's Chair. Two lads, who were paddling about on the beach, noticed something shining at the bottom of thewater...

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Electric Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

Electrio Railway. Ir is announced by telegraph that the elec tric street railway of Dr. Siemens, in Berlin was opened for public travel on the I2th of May;, with much success. A number of prominent officials and scientists were present. We have heretofore given accounts of the progress of the construction of this work. It~is'a narrow gauge elevated street railway, mounted on posts, placed on the street side walk, somethihg like portions of the elevated raihlvay in New York, but on a similar scale. The new railway is located on the outskirts of Berlin, and extends from the suburb kno'wn as Litcherfeld to Yeltow, a distance ofabout two miles. The passenger cars are narrow and sibort, carryihg only I4 passengers. There are two tracks. The cars are propelled by a dynamo-electric machine, which receives electricity through the track and a suspended. cable, from an electric generator, one at each end of the line, each generator driven by a sixty horse engine. An average speed of twenty mi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Wandering Needles. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

, .Wandering Needles. TilELondon Lancet observes that the vagaries of needles which have been introduced in the body, and have escaped immediate removal, hatve in all ages attracted the attention of cbllectors of the marvellous in medicine. Hildanus related an instance of a woman who swallowed several pins and passed them six years afterward; but a more remarkable instance of prolonged detention was recorded by Stephenson, of Detroit-that a lady, aged seventy-five, who last year passed by the urethra, after some months' symptoms ofvesi cal irritation, a pin which she had swallowed while picking her teeth with it in the year 1835-forty two years previously. Occasional pain in the throat was the immediate symp tom, but in 1846 she was seized with severe gastric pain, which passed away, and she had no symptoms until htematuria in 1876. This curious tolerance of such foreign b'odies exhibited by the tissues is often ob served in lunatic asylums. M. Silvy re corded some years ago the cas...

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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

Poouulburn Prices Current. ,lour, fine, £13 per ton; seconds, £12 Wheat, 4. 6d. per bushel Bread, 3d. to 4d. per 2-lb. loaf Oats, 2s. 6d. to 2s. 9d. per bushel Maize, 2s. 10d. to 3s per bushel Barley, 2s. 6d. to 2s 8d per bushel flay, £3 2s. Gd. to £3 7s 6d. per ton S'traw, 36s. to 42.. per ton Polatoes, £2 15s to £3 10os per ton Bacon, 4d. per lb. Ifams, 8d. per lb. Butter, fresh; is. 2d. to ls. 5d. per lb,.; salt, 8d, to 10d. Lard, 3d. per lb. Eggs, is. 3d, to is. 6d. per dozen Cheese, 4(d. to 6d. per lb. Bran, Is. 2d per bushel Pollard, Is. 2d, per bushel Onions, 12s. to 14se per ewt. Fat Wethers, prime, 7s to 8s Store lretlhers, 5s. Store Ewes, 4g. Od. to 5l. Od. Store Cattle, 22s. Pigs, 3d. to 3&d.per lb. Beef (retail),' 2d. to 3d. per lb. Mutton (retail), 2&d. to 3d. per lb. Ikldes, Gs. 6a. tolls;.each Sheepskins, 44d.~ to 5fd. per lb. Tallow, 18s. to 21s. :per owt. IWattle:Bark, £2 14s to £3:per ton 'Poullry--Fowls, 2e. per pair; turkeys, 3s. 6d. to ..4s. Gd. ...

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Goulburn Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

Goulburn Post-Office Time-Table, MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM BINDA, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 'Boro, at midnight daily, Saturday excepted Braidwood, midnight daily, Saturday excepted Breadalbane, at 2.5 a.m. daily,'S.uday excepted Bungendore, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday Bungonia, at 1.58 a.m. daily, Monday excepted Canberra, at 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Carrick, at 4.10 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday; and at 2.10 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Collector, at 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Cooma, at 12.30 a.m. on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday; and 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Crookwell, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Currawang, at 0.30 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Curraweela, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Dalton, at 2 5 a.m. on Tuesday and Friday Fullerton, at 8 p m. on Monday and Friday Gininderra, at 2.5 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Golspie, at 4 p.m. on Monday ...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

ODDS AND ENDSi THE Queen's prize was won at Wimbledon to day by an Englishman, private Beck, of the 3rd Devon Rifles, with a score of 86. To encourage the carriage of wool from the interior, the Minister for Railways in Victoria has decided to reduce the rates on wool from Echuca to Melbourne to 6d. per bale, and a further reduction on wool sent direct from Echvca to Sandridge or Williamstown of 3d. per bale. For dumped wool sent from Echuca to Melbourne port a still further re duction will be made of 20 per cent. Three hundred and fifty ounces of gold have arrived at Wilcannia since last Thursday. Gold was during the past week struck at the Four Mile, at a depth of between 40 and 50 feet, which yielded over an ounce to the load. The gold in this claim is taken from a stratum of cement; the bed of rock is not yet reached. Two claims on deep ground on the flat are still being carried down, one having reached 120 feet. There is nothing new to report about the reefs. Stone from some of...

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Silk Culture in Pennsylvania. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

.. Silk Culture in Pennsylvania. THE Pennsylvania (America) House of Representatives lately gave a hearing to the.. Women's Silk Culture Association, touching the aims of the association. Mrs. John Lucas, president of the association, that'.its'.main object was. to instruct the women and children of the working classes in the management of silk worms and the pr6per treatment of the cocoons for the production of silk, by means of which they would be provided with light, agreeable, and remunerative employment. The.advantages presented by .America for sillk culture were enrilarged upon, as well as the great benefit tliat would accrue to all issses of society by, the .proper- encouragement and develop ment of the silk industry. Several other lady officers of the association discussed the purposes, mn'ethods, and prospects :of silk culture, hoping to give the legislators such' a favorable impression of the operations' 6f the society as to secure a'small :appropriaiion for the enlargement...

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Sleep and Sleeplessness. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

. Sleep and'Sleeplessness. DR. J. M. GRANVILLE, in his work on this subject, says wvith reference to the difficulty somerpersdns find in getting to sleep : 'Habit greatly helps the performance of the initial act, and the cultivation of a habit of going to sleep in a particular way, at a particular time, will do more to procure regular and healthy sleep.than any other artifice. The formation of the habit is; in fact, the creation or deve lopementof a special centre, or combination, in thd nervous system,which will henceforward produce sleep as a natural rhythmical process. If there were more generally recognized per sons who suffer from sleeplessness of the sort which consists in simply being unable to go to sleep;' thejr would set themselves:resolutely to form such a habit. It is necessary that the training should. be explicit and.include:;at tention to details. It is not very important ~ihat"t a'erson does with the intention of goinig'to, sleep, but he should, do precisely the samn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

Ws ~tcd, AT Gillerpiea's Boot Ftory, TW GIRLS to I er he er Machinin? tj GI L about 16 to make 'herselfseful. . .Mal MARTIN,Fai View, Ohurc. Hill " " Wa ,, "- .RT YOUTH for\Office Wor k. WIL .ALtM DA'VIhS &CL Ws.anted, A LLOCOK TEAM, to plough Fou Acres of '- ground. Apply to WILLIA SAUN*. :DERSG rdeher, neanr Mr. Finlay's, Yas?Road. Wa ned. SNURSE GIRL, oae from the c untry ',tpreferred. Apply, It.Office, Gou urn. ' ' Wasnted. THREE or FOUR SMART BOYS the :. GOULBURN BHEWERY. Waslnstel,. AL SERVANT; also NURSE IRL. : ply, Mo. R. GALE, Ilield. :". . Wanteda :A ' STRONGGIRL as GENERAL SE A T. :i: One from the country preferred. 'pplWrto IMs.::BURGE, Burge Villa, Goulburn. L . .Waited, . AT G..illespiea's Boot Factbry, 12 or 15 /WD 1.r for theo OUTrTING, 'FENISINj or 1MAKING DEPARTPMENT. I' ... .. . . C. GILLESLq E Goulburn. ''Wsexted, . Gj1LTG OR NINE SMART BOYS p k ren. 5..:tices, t Wood & Co's:Boot Factorr.j pply WOOD ?C05,S. Auiburn-street. t i?: -,, . 'BOOT TRADE,...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

COMlTJIiERaLL IN{TELLIGENCE. T H. business. transacted during the week •has been rather limited, and trade generally :may:be said to be dull. As the country is being opened up further south, no doubt :greater transactions will accrue to Goul : burn; and we can only report that a very steadybusiness has been done inma commercial way since our last. W Vool.--Except an occasional load, (the remains of last season's clip), the transactions :.in that line are nominal. : Sheepskins.-These are in active demand, Sand buyers are numerous for any samples full w?oolled. Sorts are quitted at a shade under SSydney rates; in fact, the seller of small p-rcels makes an actual gain in selling in the local market. Hides.--The demand f',r these is not .so active as last week; and unless they reach the market in good condition, they are hard to quit. We quote from 6s 6d to Ixs 6d, w:ith a downward tendency. ;:Tallow.-This commodity is enquired for, ;and buyers are to be found to take any ,quantity, at ...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

.' EasUTER'S TELEGRAMS.) -;[ . ' LONDON, FRIDAY. -'* The policy of the Gladstone Government has .been lately the subject of enconiums in the. organs of the Liberal party, and it is ex pected .that steps will shortly be taken to entertain the Cabinet at a public ban quet:.i ,. : AJ: ;A-'telegram from Lahore reports to-day .that Ayoub Khan's troops encountered the outposts of the Ameer, and after a short en gagenient defeated them. The total reserve in the Bank' of England is '.?15,100,000.

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