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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

GOULBURNI POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JULY 25. BEFORE Mr. Voss and Captain Rossi. Elizabeth Sullivan was charged with vagrancy. Pleaded guilty, and was sent to gaol for sik months with hard :laboi: Thomas Horan, junior, was charged by the Borough Council with a breach of the Municipal Bye-law. After the complainants had been called thre times, and no answer being given, the case was struck out, and the court adjourned

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

-Br. .ARROLL, L.R?C.S.I., L.M., GOLD MEDALIST/C..I., CAN BE CONSULTED AT THE/ NEW DISPENS , "Auburn-street, next the Post Office, koulurn. August 19, 1879. Bargains ! Bargains l N ,BOOT8 A 8HOE8. MiJ:ST BE LEARED MAKE RO M FOR - Fres ot Expec ed Daily., 100 Pair S ' trong Nailed tuche at 5s d 100 Pair s's Strong Elastic S es, 7s Gd 100 Fe by lastic Sides, at 10l :Men'us r Tights, at 11s Gd .100 Pair Ladies' Russian Lest r, t s Ladies' Kid, at 6s Gd Ladies' Lasting, at 5s Gd Ladies' Boots-a number of Diffe ent Styles 100 Pairs of Maids' Boots, four differen kiads, all at 2s 6d. Oshildren's Boots-all reduced to COST RICE .,i COME EARLY And have first pick. J. WEARN Superior Photography I rnjHE GOULBURN PHOTOGRAPHIC I.. STUDIO, Auburn street, opposite Royal -Hotel, was AWARDED PRIZ MED'L At the Melbourne Internat al Exhibition; AND SILVER ND Fromn the Goulburn A,, P. and /Sooiety. INSTANTANEOUS PR SS FOR C ILDREN. Pictures copied and enlarged to Life size. Cartes -de Visits, 12s 6d per...

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

INQUEST. LAST Friday Mr. T. Marsden held an inquest at Irish Town, near Laggan, on the body of Matthew Henry Toole, a farmer, whose death was reported in our last issue. The following evidence was taken : Katherine Toole deposed : The deceased Matthew Henry Toole was my husband; the body just viewed by the coroner and jury is his body; he was thirty.eight years old ; he was a very temperate man ; on Tuesday morning last the deceased left home with the intention of getting the obildren vaccinated at Henry Hogan's inn, which is about six miles from here; I expected him home about three p m. ; between four and five o'clock the horse he was riding came home ; the hors, is a young one, but very quiet; I never heard my husband say he was liable to fall; immediately the horse came home I started in the direction along the road which the deceased should come home ; when I had gone about threequarters of a mile I met John Cart wright with deceased on a slide bringing him home; I noticed a la...

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THE GOULBURN CATHOLIC LITERARY SOCIETY. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 July 1881

THE GOULBURN CATHOLIC LITERARY SOCIETY. ANNIVERSARY CO ELEBRATION. THue second anniversary of the Catholic Literary Association was.,celebrated by a grand banquet in. the' school room, near St. Peter. and. Pauls' Oaths. dral..; The place was laid out in a style that would not disgrace the metropolis. 'l'wo laong tables wtre. placed the length of the schoolroom, and one across at '"either end. .The sight that presented itself on entering the building was dazzling to be hold; the table clothes were of sipotless white, and bore striking contrast with the huge piles of pro vender, which consisted of the best class of meats, pastry, fruits, wines, and cordials. These, coupled with the floral table ornaments and glass pyramids of fruit, with the shining cutlery and glassware, lent enchantment to the scene ; nor was this all, for the platform had sprigs of evergreens laid around the skirting, and the table that was placed across, while the other tables almost groaned with the weight of the...

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

BREVITIES. DRAMATIC Company coming. ; Four more cases of small-pox in Sydney. The close'season of Game Law commences next M onday., ! ,. ;;.;,i c,:'. .;.' . " i *A return" ball is' tobe ,giveni to theb Mayor ahd' Mayoress-ofi Sydney.,w ,i,;: ari;::-J, i SThe electric light is comirgl?m in'eih to *favour daily . ' ' " ' The charities of the districtj illj haiie their fundi siipplemented by theý Go~'d Templar concerts. . ' ':, Frosty nights once m.ore in this district, I The Sugar Company of Sydney are pur chasing io,ooo acres of land in Queensland, for the cultivation of the cane. A mailbag, containing a sum 'of ?£150, was stolen from the Ipswich mailmain in Queenslarid, -on Friday last.' ' The steward of the Cerberus was fined £25 foi selling liquor on board,:b'i'Friday last at .Melbourne... , . ; ,-r - iT .' Agricultural societies that are anxious to participatein the vote from 'the ,Govetrnfneh must make immediate application. I The Unitedi -States Gotvernment have ac! cepted-the ...

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TUESDAY, July 21, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

TUESDAY, July 21, 1881. Ii ithe Legislative Assembly, S:iMr: M Laughlin brought up the Birds Protection Bill, which was read a first time, A-return of expenditure on the Glen Innes and Grafton Road was ordered on the motion of Mr. H. H. Brown. The Debts of Deceased Persons Bill was read a third time and passed, and it was ordered that it be transmitted to the Legislative Council. Mr. Myers moved resolutions declaring that, in the.opinion of the House, railways and tramways should be constructed, where practicable, from places in the several districts surrounding the large in land towns of the colony to such towns as might already have been connected with the metropolis by the main trunk lines; and that the large central inland towns demanded a stimulus being given to their advancement by the construction of such branch lines. He based his resolutions mainly on the allegation that the residents of the interior obh. jected to the large expenditute which was taking place upon tramways ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY July, 22. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

PARLIAMENTARY.. FRIDAY July, 22. IN the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Baker brought up the bill for regulat ing ringbarking on Crown lands, which was read a first time. Ministers laid on the table copies of correspondence in the matter of the appli cation of Mr. Dimond for a publican's license, and it was ordered that the papers be printed. Returns respecting the land revenue, and the expenditure on Public works in the electorate of Boorowa, were ordered on the motion of Mr. Slattery. Mr. Pigott moved the second reading, of the Debts of Deceased Persons Bill, which he said would alter the laws so as to put all special and simple contract debts of deceased persons on the same footing, save and except liens, mortgages, and the like obligations. After remarks from Mr. Wisdom, who concurred in the object of the bill, the second reading was agreed to. The bill was then passed through Committee without amendment, and reported. The House then went into Committee for the further consideration o...

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MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

"MARULAN. ' . (From. our Corresponldent.), --THE ball and supper got-up-by the men of the railway .flying ga:ng took;place ii the Odd fellows' Hall last-.Friday evening. A large number, 6f guests sat: down to the spread, which was excellent, and reflected credit on ! ithe ulinary skill, of Mrs. Jiones and others. After the viands liad been demolishsd, and the, gastronomic:. powers of those "present ,tested to the utmost, the tables were removed and theivotaries' of';Terpsichore indulged in their fascinating pastime till past the;witching hour'rs of night. The gang took' their de parture on Monday morning. C. of E -In: the absence of the Rev. J. TIvH:.Taylor,.: Mr. Bennett;of the railway de; partment, condtited divine service both morn: ing and evelning'on Sunday last. Ilis preach; ing was enjoyed by large and 'appreciative congregahtions. Improvements.-Mr.' George Dawson, one of,our local "knights, of the -anvil," "fired with thhe .emulative.spirit.. at. present" existing among our ...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

.Trevanian ! "The night-the important night-at last arrived : King John, with new dresses, scenery, and.,decorations, was to be given to thei public-; ~Barry,'it was arranged; slould escort his landlady'-;-who: had ;th'e entree as a matter, of right, after so many years' 'services, tio the boxes.--Meg- and -Madame Weitzer -were-- to go to the pit as for; the old'musician, he pos tively refused to be'"present: his indignation at his pupii-as,he persisted in calling Fanny! being' sacrificed'to "Shabspeaire-as he hin variably pronounced the name of the immortal bard was too great.. , ; i Mein Got-mein Got I'.:he lexclaimed;;i '.mit, such fine voice:for 'de: OpSera I .-,It is:not; to be'sipposed that the talents of a child, however great,' could obtain" i iuch' noitice, 'contrasted witli' the: geniitius f"such mastersbof their aras JohniKemnble and, hiss sister -'still nihth-e earlier parts of the play there were murmurs of applause,.. which be-, came, more energetic Ain the, scene with...

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

LOCAL GOVERMR'ENT BILL, WE`give a synopsis of the above Bill that is at present 'uffder. the consideration of the Asseimbly. The bill contains 456 clauses, and' which digests into 37. parts. . Prefixed to the Bill is a synopsis .which iwill be found useful to those who desire intormation as to any of its provisions? ' The'fii:satndsecond division deals.with the constitiition of the proposed ,Local Government Board, and the two plans for establishing Local Government districts. The' condutct of election, the raising of re vehfue, ahd'the various powers and functions "t6' 6e exercised by Local Government bodies. The third division is concerned chiefly with theiiunion'of Local Government districts for large municipal works: ''In this division, .however, is contained'diie of the most serious and ats:vill,'ials, no dobt; b'e thought' most popul?rif 'll the prop'osals' contained in'the measure. We allude to.the.p6owver of trans ferring Parliamentaty appropriations to dis trict councils, f...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS, TIH meeting of the Borough Council last evening was of such a character that it resembled some. what a burlesque play, ouly the different actors were represented in reality. Alderman Horn com plained, as usual, of the irregular manner the latter part of the proceedings of the previous meeting hrd been carried out. Alderman Mo Connell also complained, and the other aldermen contended they had only done what was right. Things went on right enough, though rather warm at times, until one alderman accused the council of ignorarce. This was too much for Alderman Wombey, who would not be insulted in that way, and thought it unbecoming on the part of any alderman to make such an accusation. Sharp and angry words fol. lowed. and when the wrath of the accused and offenders subsided business was proceeded with with angry interjections throughout the piece. LAND Courts of inquiry will be held at Braidwood, on September 14 and 15, and courts of quarter-ses. sions are appointed to...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. i..Mr; GLADSTONE has declined the proposal to enter. tain the Cabinet at a public banquet, owing to his 'failing health; his medical advisers having ordered him to abstain from all unnecessary excitement. The police are unable to obtain any clue to the :persons concerned in the shipment of the infernal machines or the origin of the affair. The object for which they were intended still remains a mys. ,tory. ., The American Press expresses its indignation agauiiit-the parties implicated, and urge the neces :sity of 'the American 'Goverument to make a close investigation into the affair. PARIS, WEDNESDAY. .ThoFrench troops landed at Gabes after a slight -resistance, and are now in full possession of the town. Thel Minister for Foreign affairs announced that the French Government had no intention whatever of' annexing the province of Tripoli.

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BREVITIES. MILNER STEPHEN has arrived. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

BREVITIES. ,MILNEi']STEPHENt has iarfive'd:.e;&i2 { Another case of small-pox in Sydney. Earl Clanwilliam is novout.of danger. i "- rThe-flying squadronr'waits'in-Sydney for further orders from the Admiralty. i Mr. Thomas tParr has been appointed coroner at Queaiibeyan in the place of Dr. ortbon(resignild) ,Threew more suspicious cases of small-pox have been reporte'd at Brisbane. Land has been~isold duringtthe w'eek in Brisbane at the fa-te'of £135 per foot. Several incendiarian fires are reported from Queensland. The CootamundralHerald is now converted ýinlo a by-weekly j]urnal. A mother-in-lawivsays you can deceive your guileless little wiife; but her 'father's wife ,never The cr6op ,.throughout the district are rather backward, owiggitothee cold weather';prevail ing. The final rifie cohtestf;cirbook and other .prizes, takes j:place. Son ;;Saturday. ' :Private .C-ssid?'s chance for first prize appears abou' the best on : paper. : - .20:An action for libel brought by Dr. E...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

I el;,, grap11ic Intoeligenci S: O;i[FibMo R oR CoiHR0SPONiTE'lS.. ' SYDNEY, TURSDAY. TH Legislatlve Assembly'sat till one this riorniug io 'committee, on the Chinese Restriction Bill, and aft'er'a considerable amount of discussion, all'the lauises o'bf the inmeasure were passed by large majori ties'without any material amiendment, none of the principles of the Bill being altered. !-It will pro bably be re-committed for the purpose of considering certain noew clause. - Mr.. James. Powell, the well known custom. house1 agent, hihas been appointed collector of customs, in the-eoom of Mr.. Duncan, whol retires on a poesion at the eoid of the present month. *.:? Anothqr cisseof small pox is reported in Raglan street at:Waterloo-the patient being a young man, aged 22. '"lTe disease is not. yet sutliciently developed to enable the doctor to decide the precise ntiture f thle disease, but in the meanwhile the u"ual precautions are heing tahen. Tlioe 'second reading of the tingbarking Bill w...

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(To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

(To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. ) DEAR SIR,-Seeing so much in the local papers lately about the woes of the poor bakers in having tb sell- the bread so cheap, also an intimation-in the Penny Post that thei bread would be fourpence per two pouiind leaf: till furthe'r niotice, I thought -;I wouiild- iweigh soCmie ofit; and I found a- four pound tin loaf deficient in weight to the extent of a full half pound, also the two pound fancy loaves; a quarter of. a pound each deficient. Now, supposing it takes two four pound loaves per day for my family, I am deficient one ppohid per day or ,seven piounds per .week; whiich means one shilling and twopence per week, and it the baker has a hundred such cutiutoiters they are done oout of nearly j,6 (six pounds sterling) per week, that. is how the ;poor baker does it.. :By inserting this you will oblige some of your subscribers and yours truly .. ..... . . .' FULLWEIGHT.

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

QUEANBEYAN. : -..." ..... (Abi:idgel from thik Age).: ON Monday at the police court, before tihe Police M:gistrate, Thomas Mc Caw was brought up in custody having no less-than four. charges_ preferred against him, viz., obscene language, drunk and disorderly, as sulting a policeman in the execution of his duty; and maliciously damaging the polick man's uniform, The charges were proven and tlie'accused was mulcted in the aggregate sum of. ,3. - After the hearing of the case Constable McDonogh complained of the un readiness of theQueanbeyan people to assist 'the police in cases of emergency.. "The Police Magistrtte fully sympathised with the police, l;whobwere offen subjected to'roughtreatment by strong men under the influence of liquor, but he could not listen to such a sweeping cichiarge' against our community; hle thought Sthie very fact of: a civilian h'aving lent him as sistance on Saturday showed how groundless was the, constable's coml laint: Evening Public School.-Mr. Van. Hey...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

- GUNNING. (F'ro;?, our Correspondent. ) ODDFEL' OWSHIP.' '-The Triue Friendship. Lodge held its regular meeting on Saturday last: "'O?Oie' mmbii 'was initiated,' and one person proposed:. lAt':the next meeting the election-of -officers will take-place. - -- Mutual Improvement Society.-The ; an, nual"social tea 'nd entertainmrenti was held on Tuesday evening., Tea .was laid at half past six, whein about thirty'persons sat down, iincludia:g?'the rmembersi and& invited friends. After tea was over and the room got ready, the following programme was gone through:: -Remarks by the'cliairman (Rev. J. Clifton), in which he stated ihat the society was never: 'in amore;: healthy'condition":thaniat theipre sent time. Mr. N. T. Collins then recited "IThe' Raveni in a-.very c?editable manner. Mr:; W.- Woodward :! recited . !.The .Rival Broom-makers " to the satisfaction 'of. the audie. -Mr- A Wheatley did-justice ito " Lodgings for Single Gentlemen." Mr. Conolly., followied his usual ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

HO SEMAID. A ply, on Fri y and Sat rday mornings, o Miss. I. SHEP BENRD, SoEth Bill. ;;..:APPRENTICES to TAILORING. in all the ii , !higher: branches of, the :.Trade. T.: W. BOND, New Tailoring Bouse, Auburn. tr at. m.W inted. . A STEADY SOBER YOUTH to I? after S.,Coach Horses at Gundaraan, A p o S. POTTER, Gunning. It a, 4, U, LL OK TEAM, loughon cores of 1new gr und. Apply to WILLIAM AUN. DERS,.Ga er, near Mr. Fin 's,Yass oad. : , Waiteal. , TIYHREE or FOUR SMART BOYS. the .; GOULBURN B?IEWERY. EI I R L SERVANh also NU GIRL. S? ApplA , M's.:R. G AE, Ield.:.. 3 f.te '. CUTTING, FtiIeG,. or One A froin the cyuntrypreENT ed. :~a~ to hMis. BURGERBurge Villa, Goulliurn. MAE4Aheun an5y"TM±ENT. S. ftim. C. GILILES? E, ... . ta'" Goulburn. iW+.'.. " " " v I'aanted, IGBT OR NINE SMART BOYS a hpren. ''tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factor ply WOOD& CO'S., Auburn-street. S BOOT TRADE, ??'iTANTED, A YOUTH for the Upp r m . V " at Wood and Co.'s Boot Factory. pply at aonde to W. T....

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, July 25. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

*CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. ) LONDON, July 25.. A CONGRESS and exhibition of viniculture has been- arranged to be held, at Milan ;in September next. .:.The 'Government are meditating the con ferring of honours upon .those who 'took 'a prominent 'part in the Melbourne -Interna tional Exhibition. :The remains of the late Dean Stanley were buried" to-day in Westminister Abbey. :A numerous company assembled on the occa sion, including many of the leading digni-. tarles'-;of the Church, *and several of her Majesty's Ministers, as well as a large number jof'public and. private friends of the deceased. .In the .House of Commons, this-afternoon, Sir. : Vernon Harcourt, in replying-to: an inquiry: in 'regard' to the reported- seizure iof infeinal' niachines on board' the ship ;,Mal, a, at Liverpool, fully confimed 'tihe discoveiv of .the barrels and the nature of their contents, as previotiusly reported. - u'' July, 6. In the "Houise' of Commons, to-nigh't; an impiortant deba...

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNOIL,' THE regular meeting of the above took' place last; evening. Present-The Mayor, and Alde men Born, Caldwell, \Vombey, Bawkins, McConnell, Osborne, and Taylor. The minutes of previous meeting having been !read, ..- -. Alderman Horn objected to their being confirmed unless the last clause of the same was expunged, which he contended was irregular. The business 'transacted', as contained in such, was not in "acdor dance with the bye-laws untder which they as a council were compelled to work. He regretted ..that :he had so often to complain of the irregularities' of the council in the transaction of the business ':and to move,' as wasdonue.at, their last meeting,, that the bye-law be suspended was, on account o.f such business transacted afterwards not being on the notice paper -illegal and improper; and if th~se things were allowed to go on unnoticed there was no telling where they would end.' If they econu: 'suited St. Julian on the phase of Municipal law rel...

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