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AN EDITOR'S COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

-AN EDITOR'S COURTSHIP.--If an editor, sitting by the side of his Angelina on the seashore, asked her to allow him to kiss her, what newspapers and periodicals :might she mention in her reply? Let there be no Observer, no Spectator, neither let there be any Record of it;:Chronicle it not, lest some busy-body eitlheir Telegraph or Dispatch a Messenger to my Guardian, and I receive a Grap!hic letter by the Morning Post, bidding me to retur to my; family withimf an Hour, or my brother himself, as the Family Herald, will come over Land and Water by the Daily rEx?e s, i?id ~ivth the pugnacity i of an Eng liihiiiaii P iicli youirhead like Fuji. But' rather wait until the'Sun goes down, when Nature is about.to seek repose ;when the Queen of the! i?ight: iillumit'es! the Field fwith 'lhe .Lai'p,'~ and the evening Star glitters on the Standard of the west: -i Then in a sweet Country dell -safe-from-the chaff of Funny Folks, free fromr the .fear. of Public Opinion, and. from ariyAdvertiser of...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY July, 20. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

P AR L I AM E N.T A R Y W . .. . EDNESDAY, July, 20. IN theeLegislative Council; .. Messages were received from the Legislative Assembly forwarding :Jearineret's Tramwvay Bill, Bates~,Estate Bill, ,the Sydney:r Hospital Bill, and. th i'ospitals Act Amindment 'he bills were read the, first time and it was ordered that they, be printed. .,:,.;, Mr. Piddington drew attention.totithespro longed detinidoif6f thilsteamship Ocean in quaraiiiiie,? ahid"thliieasures it was reported tlihe Cplo-iil Treas&tiurer intended to take with regard t8 tlhfecl6tliigiof therCiitiesk'ijassen . The :od:io'n for adjouriimineit'ias iinegatid. Siir Geirgeinnes'moved'the'seconid readiiAg of the Criminal Law AielAslhieit Bill which he said the Governmentilhad all along inteniad ed to introduce 'thougli 'the measure was not itinifibnedin th'e Governor's speech at the opening of 'Parliatfient;' and which was similar to bills of the kind that had been intro diuced o6nforer occaisions,. Ti he motion was-: d...

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

Trevanian ! :'Despite her glances of admiration, the young man quietly took a seat beside Sally, whose eyes' beganii to sparkle through her tears. She had reached .that .dangerous period of life whicli separates girlhood from womanhood ; "in manners, pleasures, .and feeling still a child ; whilst her life was as yet a dream, from which the first breath of passion might awaken her. , During the evening the wine was twice handed round, according to instructions, by Meg. Mrs. Watkins-the due amount' of pressure having been applied-consented to recite a scene, from the Grecian Daughter, which was received whitlh unanimous approval. :: At last little Fanny was requested to sin g ;·; ; 1 - ': '..-: . .. ... : * "'. . "..,· .. At the first sound of her voice, the blind liefiteniant closed his sightless orbs, as: if .to hide the.weakness of which hefelt ashamed : the sound had evidently touched some long forgotten chord of his memory, awaking once more the heart's deep music. When she concl...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Bitter Substances Developed during Fermentation. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

.i:ftiber' Sul1stances Developed duringi Fermentation, iW (Scientific American) have on Several occasions drawn attentiorn.to this subject, andhave expressed an opibion'that peculiar bitter substances are occasionally developed during the fermentation of saccharine fluids. Asa rule the bitter flavor imparted by the hpg is,.sufficiently strong to markithis ex traineutis bitter, even if it be produced atall; but it must be within the experierice".of "linlost every brewer that beers do sometimes acquire an intense and peculiarly bitter flavor quite beyobnd anything that can ,reasohfa6ly be exi'dected from the hdps used. Some experiments by: Mr. W. H. Langbeck, r e corded some time since, point to tihe 6occa sional existence ini fermitented liquids of a bitter principle, allied :tot colchicine. , He prepared two, samples off a:fermented liquor fromina solutibn. of iglucose,'. with :, small q'u'?ftittes·' ?of t: iartair;, ta'rtairic ' 'icid;!:: kin o, and a few drops of a mixture of form...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Opening of the Adelaide Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 23 July 1881

Opening of the Adelaide Exhibition . THE Exhibition was opened on Thursday morning with considerable ceremony. The day'; as- bbserved as''a general holiday, Many, thousarnds were outside 'the building, ahd frf zo206to't3000 inside. Though all the, goods have not yet arrived, the buiildiing presents i'finie :appearance. :The Governor, o"rri'Val~ vas' saluted 'by a guard of honour formed ;by '56 Volunteers. His Excellency haingI been met by the' proinoters; the Execu ifvek'Commiittee, and the representatives of. the .various 'nations, a procession was formedi'through 'the: main building:along the main avenue to the' Fine Art Gallery, where tlied 'pening ceremony was to take place. T'he Governor was accompanied by the Chief Juisticel' the President of the Legislative Council, the "peaker of the Assembly, the members of the .Ministry, the Mayor, mem hers of the CityCouncil, arid the Executive Commititee.' :'Hiaviig ,taken his seat on the' dais, Mr. ' Jules'Jodbert re'ad an address,; in ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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The Mysterious Case at Maryborough. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

The Mysterious Case at NIaryborough. IN r'e the Hilder case, Mr. Hilder,.has made the following statement : '..my. own knowledge I cannot say that the conduct of Dr. Jacksoii towards Miss Hilder was such 'as she' i" iilleged' to have stated, but I am, and have been, under the impression that they werr' very fond of each other. My first acquaintaiice with Dr. Cecil Jackson took place about i8 months ago, when we were living in Tuaggra-street, and it arose in con sequence of his being called in to attend Mrs. Hilder through an- illness. After Mrs. Hilder was laid up a third time Dr. Jackson used frequently to visit us, and continued to do so'as a frierid uhtilmy. late wife's death. A day or tivo before Mrs. Hilder died Dr. Jackson visited' me as uiisual ;' and, under standing that I had previously, given all my monetary property absolutely to her, he per suaded me to insist upon her signing a will which conveyed it back to me upon her de mise. This my .wife did. Subsequently to the fu...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON JCLY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From RSydney Daily Papers. ) S:*. . l °LONDON JcLY 23. i Antxearthquake 'has occurred; at Gerieva and Berne, in Switzerland, which caused much alarm amongst the inhabitants. r"The Cork-Assizes, at ,which a number: of prisoners .were to be tried for taking, part in the .agra'rian distiurbances in that county, hiave been adjourned in consequenc'c of the p1rsisteint'irefusal of ,juries toi? convict pris oners of the crimes for: wvhich they' weretin dicted. An appeal has been made to Mr. Glad stone for thle .discharge of those who have been imprisoned as suspects; -when the Irish Land Bill has passed. Numerous agrarian ioutirages have-occurred in Donegal:. .Fifty Land-Leaguers:have:been. imprisoned for rioting and agitating. At the annual imeeting of-the Cobden Club the chairman, in the.course of his addressto the 'member, deplored the growth-of- protec tion ,.i . e ,u s A' large wvine wxarehouse at, Bordeauxr has been burnt dovn. '..8ooo casks of ;were des .troyed, . ....

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

To the Editor of the Esvening Penny Post. SIR, - My attention has been called to a letter from the Marulani 'correspondent in Thurs day's isstie of your'`paper, and as his remarks concerning the bazaar, lately held in this town, are likely to .mislead your readers, I ask youto allow me space for a reply. In the first place the bazaar has not engendered much unpleasantiess. The Rev. Mr. Taylor suggested at the cl6se of the proceedings that the surplus proceeds 'should be handed to the Goulburn Cathedral Fund; but the matter was left- entireily ?fo,the discretion of our finance cnommittee.. ,?.Adonation, consist ing of one-half the, proceeds of one, table, was sent. to Goulburn, -thliis being done by my own motion,.carried by the unanimpus vote of the committee."' The statement, therefore, as to proposal and amendment, is simply, as your corresponidenit ,vwouild' a,', a freak of imagination. No motion could emanate from Mr. Taylor, as that gentleman occtipied the chair. - - Yours &...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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THE GOOD TEMPLARS' CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

THE GOOD TEMPLARS' -CONCERT. THE first of a series of-concerts under -the auspices - ofbi the Good Templar Lodges of Goulburn took place on Saturday eveninglast in. the Tempeirance Hall, Goldstiith-street. For'somie time past the committee had been mali'ng' arrangements, and nit? kinowing the amount of patroniage that 'would he accorded to them they :considered the Temperance ":Hall' 'would afford ample accomriodation; 'btiut whether it was on account of theobject for which `these concerts were to be held (which was for: charitable purposes), or the attractiveness of the programme, it wvas found by eight o'clock that' the hall 'was not' half large enough, so. ineall probability the next will take place in the Mechanics' Hall. -. "The'doors were throvwn` open' at'l half-lpast seven, and by a quarter tb eight the hall was packed. At eight o'clock the announcement was made to take no more muoney,'and 'about one-fourth of the audience had to stand, theretbeing.ino sitting accommodatiofn...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

BUNGENDORE (From our Correspondent.) WVALLABY DRIVE.-On last Saturday a large number of persons met at W. Mc Fadgen's, for the purpose of taking part in the. drive got up by Mr. Wm. Scott of the Mulloon. There were 21 shooters, and about.3o drivers,. the former being captained by Master Charles Scott, 'and' the drivers *in charge of our worthy host. The number of marsupials destroyed amounted to '26, amongst which were some very large' kangaroos, one monster shot by Mr. Gordon measuring over niie feet. Three of the shooters were absent during the early part of the day, but managed to hit the camp in time for lunch, which was really an excellent spread and prepared' under the supervision of Miss' E. Scott, and to which ample justice was done by all present. The weather was all that could be. desired, al though the riight :previous was',very wet, but: did not in any way mar the enthusiasm.of the visitors, some of whom were.from .Aruluen, Braidwood, Boro, and :Bungendre. .. After the l...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

Trevanian ! 'H is. venerable companion explainied to him that King John w'vas about to be produced with eitrabordinar splendour. ' Mrs. Siddons was to be the Constance, her brbthers-J6hn and Charles ,the King aind Faulconbridge; and the Arthur,', she added, with a look of triumiph, ' if I hiave any,. influence left, our darling Fanny .' This was the project which the retired actress lhad meditated for her protegee--a ,rhiect in :which benevolence and vanity were ioth conibined. The engagement would be of ia seriiousl a?dvaitage, to t"he chdiildii a pecuniary` oint of 4view', 'and, as her pupil, a source of iintense 'giratifi'cation' to herself. With far less annoyance than the, painter expected; the Iarty passed through Covent Garden. The basket wominen scarcely knew' whether tolaugh :or icurtsey. 'at 'the stately vision ' which sailed majestically past them. Fortunately, before they had time to decide, it had disappeared from their gaze. - In Biowstreet--where there is always a cro...

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Insolvency Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

Insolvenoy Meeting. A" adjourned insolvency meeting was held this morning before Mr. Acting Commissioner Voss,' in the estate of Patrick Murphy, bootmaker, of Gonul burn. Mr. Betts appeared on behalf of the official assignee in the estate; Mr. Davidson appeared on behalf of the insolvent. Mary Murphy wife of insolvent, was examined, and deposed : I remember my husband arranging to purchase Mr. Evans' stock of drapery ; I was acting on my own behalf in the arrangement, and not my husband's; Mr. Evana' did not say how the terms were to be; we had no agreement as to purchase; I wanted to get the house, as it was cheap; Mr. Evans said he would take the cash for the purchase of goods in instalments ; I swear it was not arranged that cash was to be paid; if my husband stated that the goods were to be paid for in cash he was wrong ; I remember going into the store and seeing Miss Thorman, another lady, and the two valuators; I did say to the valuators 1 had the money in my pocket to pay fo...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

Telegraphic Lntelhigenct [FROM OUR CORRESPONDrPiA.] SYDNEY, TUESDAY. THE Australian Gas Company's profits, for the half-year, amount to £24,3oo, and have decided to pay a dividend of 7Y per cent. The latest bulletin reports-Admiral Clanwilliam's health is steadily improving, and there is every probability of his being soon out of danger. The departure of the fleet will not take place for a day or two, but steam is constantly kept up ready for the word to "weigh anchor." The boat-race between the crews of the Cleopatra and Miranda, yesterday, was won easily by the former. The small-poxscare continues. The medi cal men are not yet able to decide in regard to the last supposed case of the girl Woods. The Government are actively employed in carrying out measures for the pievention of a further spread of the disease. The large block of buildings at the corner of Fowler and Sussex streets are isolated, and surrounded by iron palisading. The ambu lance corps are engaged in a thorough clean...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

GOtULBURN ITEMS, ON the ist proximo the close season com mences, and it is to be hoped that the law will be strictly observed, in order that there may be a good supply of wild fowl when the shooting season commences in February next. The following letter from the Postmaster General in reference to the establishment of a post-office at Mullengullenga has been re ceived by Mr. Myers, M.P., and handed to us for publication: General Post Office, Sydney, July 22nd, 1881. Sir,-I am directed by the Postmaster General to inform you that the letter dated fifteenth instant, from Mr. A. Boreham, Mullengullenga, presented by you upon the subject of the establishment of a post-office at Mullengullenga is under consideration, and that a further communication respecting it will be addressed to you as soon as a decision has been arrived at in the matter. I have the honor to be, sir, Your most obedient servant, S. W. LAmnTON, Secretary. To P. G. Myers Esq M.P., Sydney. ON Monday evening next Miss ,C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

Tenders wanted ?V FENCING at ST. ANDREW'S ?IURCH, a, g(hurn. Apply at A.J.S. -K. To C ntractors. W OLE or SEP.~ RARE TENDERSI wi be S received up till FRIDAY, 5TH AG ST, fr he ERECL.OTION a d COMPLETION of a V LA in Cowper.struc , for D. J. Me odEsq. rawinga &o., can be ob lined from C. MANFRED, Architect,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

f Waxted. A GENERAL SERV NT. Refer'nces res* " ired. Apply, MIS BAKER,/Grammar School. Wanted, A STEADY SOBER YOUTH to lok after Coach Horses at Gundaraa. A ply to S. POTTER, Gunning. SS a ted, UA ouNG MAN to ive a cart; one usd to the bake-hbouse pref red. Apply P lAR SO1 VICTORIA B \KIKER , Grafton-stret. Wanted, A ULLOCK TEAM, to plough Four 4es of .jf ground. Apply to WILLIAM SUN. DERS, )ardener, near Mr. Finlay's, Yass R d. "Wante A NURSE XIRL, one rom the country preferred. pply, Post* ce, Gou urn. " antied. m:BHREE or FOUR. SMART BOYS t the 1." GOULBURN BREWERY. Wanted. r- RAL SERVANT; also NURS GIRL. Moe." R. GALE, Ifeld. Wanuted, A STRONG GIRL as GENERAL SE ANT. One from the country preferred. A"ly to Miis. BURGE, Burge Villa, Goulburn. . Wanted, A T; Gillespie's Boot Factory, 12 or 1 OYS for the CUTTING, FINISHI G or MAKING DEPARTMENT. .. . C. GILLESPI Goulburn. Wanted, ? IGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as Alren . tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Faotory.4pply WOOD & CO'...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

Churoh of England Working Men's Literary Association. THE Rev. G. M. D'Aroy Irvine occupied the chair at the usual weekly meeting of the above society, last evenig ; a I lrge number of members also at. tended. Mr. Albert Howard was elected a mem ber of the association, and two gentlemen were nominated for membership A letter was read from qIr. G. Gray, resigning his office as editor of the society's jurnal and also his membership in the society, on account of his departure from the city; and the secretary was instructed to write accepting the resignation, and conveying the regret of thie society at the removal of so valuable a member. Mr. A. H. Lansdown, who is temporarily leaving the district, then resigned his position'as secretary. The resignation was accepted, many of the members speaking in flattering terms of the services Mr. Lanadown had rendered the society; and a hearty vote of thanks was accorded him by acclamation. Mr. Lansdown suitably replied, after which Mr. E. Ball wa...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. THE police have seized several infernal : machines at Liverpool. Six barrels were ýfound on board the ship Molta from an American port, containing infernal machine; .each. were filled with dynanmite carefully embedded in cement. There is no doubts entertained but they were sent by Fenian agents in the United States to accomplices in i.Enigland. Intelligence from Candahar states that Ayoub Khan is making overtures for peace, but the Ameer has declined to receive the messages, and refused all the negotiations at 'the present time. The surgeons attending President Garfield performed an. operation. The President during the past few days has been suffering greatly from an accumulation of "pus" in the region of the back, consequent upon the presence of the unextracted bullet. The operation proved completely successful in discharging the "pus." The President has since experienced considerable relief.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

Pay No Moro Rent. E' Y WN LANDLORD.-The under -_ sind/as FOR SALE TWELVE ALLOT MENT' VFGROUND adjoining English Churh and oposife Pablic School, North Goullgnon/ terrrs o kfwep'ly or monthly payments injreea..Frab come first served. Plan on view applying to THOMAS MORAN, sen, Auburn. street, Goulburn. Last Week HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHY. The Popular Photographer, 'of New South Wales, B GS to inform his Patrons that his Studio - . will Positively Olose on the 80th JULY. And in order to meet the requirements of all classes, he begs to announce that he is NOW T<KING PHOTOG IAPHS at the - Unusually Low Price OF 12s. PERt DOZEN. .Out-door Photogr . Houses, Grounds, Horases, Family Picnics; Wedding .Groups, and every description of onit-door subjects photographed on the shortest notice. SPLAIN : Carte de Visite. Cabinet, Per Dozen ........ 12s. Per Dozen...... 25s. Half Ditto...... 7s. fd. Half Ditto...... 15s. S ENAMELLED: ,Carte do Visite.. . Cabinet. Per? dozen. ......... 20s. ...

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Small-pox. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

Small-pox. Two fresh cases of small-pox have been found to exist in the vicinity of houses in Sussex street from which other patients were recently removed. The first case is that of a woman namned Allefi, aged 34 years, who is residing with a Mrs. Connor, a washerwoman, in a house in Fowler-street, which almost adjoins that in which the Dane, Verdtch, worked and lived. The woman Allen has been under Dr. , Duigan's observation since Thursday last, and on Saturday the symptoms which she manifested were such that he reported that she was simply suffering from a crimson rash. Yesterday morning, however, he visited her again, and found that she was suffering from variola, which had reached the first day of the suppurative stage. The house in question consists of two small rooms, one of which is above the other. The side door opens into a small yard, which was conimon to Verdtch, his fellow workm?ien, and some other tenants. It is difficult to account for the spread of the contagion, but...

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