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

Dr. CARROLL, L.R.C.S.I., L.M., GOLD MEDALIST CU CAN BE CONSULTED AT THE NEW.DISPENSA ,/ Auburn-street, next the Post Office, G/alb August 19, 1879. PELICAN INiN, Tirranna. 'T HE undersigned begs to inform his friends and :.ll;the public generally that he has taken the above house, so favorably known, and conducted by, Mrs. ;Day, and. lately by Mr. W. Dickson, where he intends arrying on the Business o Hotel keeping IN FIRST.CLASS STY E. The House is roomy and co ort bl , the Stabling and'Paddock Acco.umodati r ii Esond to none in the district; and ,he hopes, iility and Iattention to business, combined with I UDERA'L'E 7ClIARRIES, to share the same patronage so long and liberally bestowed on his predecessors. Gentlemen leaving Horses a: Livery can depend on every care being taken of them. JOHi SIMONS, Pelican Inn. 29th June, 1881. PUBLIC NOTICE.' R. E. P. LOUGH, Storekeeper, Auction r, S&c., Queanbeyan, has been appointed SOLE AGENT and CULECTOR for Queanubeyan, and his recei...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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THURSDAY, JULY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

THUR?DiY, JULY 28. - Before Mr. Voss. John Murphy, a youth about 16, was charged with receiving money under false pretences' while in the employ of Joseph Carreol, butcher, about nine; months ago. Mr. Gannon appeared for accused. Constable Drummond deposed: Yesterday after noon about half.past 3 I arrested the puisonei at Ifield by virtue of a warrant I now produce; i read the warrant to him and he said I did get the. monej from Mrs. Doyle and paid it to Mr. Carroll; I then brought him to the lock-up Mary. Jane Doyle deposed : I keep a boarding: house in Chatsbury street; I cannot swear to th~e prisoner; I have seen him before eight months ago; I paid the bill produced to a little boy but cannot. swear that prisoner is the same; the boy I paid used to bring meat to me; 1 paid the same boy money on other occasions ; the boy that brought the bill asked me if I could settle the bill, as Mr. Carroll wanted it; he receipted, the bill on the back with pencil and afterwards with ink;. I,.h...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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THE GOULBURN SALE-YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

THE GOULBURN SALE-YARDS. F'oR" a' long time past Goulburn has been p'roud of the cattle and sheep sale-yards, both for convenience of stock and also for fdurability of:'construction. The trade in stock.having increased to such a ratio during, the past twelve months, the Borough Council, iunder who'se.control the yards are, found thht the accomnioidatfinri was inadequate for requirements ahd accordingly decided tpon an, extension of the sheep-yards,'which has now been accomplished; and in order that this part. of the ,Council's ,work might be placed ori record wie paid a visit of inspection on Tuesday last;-and"found quite a change had taken placesince our former visit. We found that the large receiving-yard had been divide' dand the !old f-fncing hlad received a cap-rail of' timber, let. into: the posts in the shape of a V and-strapped to the posts with iron. 'Before this. wis done the, sheep,: were in. the. habit, of jumping over .into the yard on account ofithe fence beinig so low...

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BUNGENDORE. COURT OF INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 28 July 1881

BUNGENDORE. (Fron our Oorrespondent.) CoURT or INQUIRY:. ON last Saturday several cases were heard before Mr ;Commissioner Clark.:' The' first1 called being Tlhomas -Shanahan for 4 pieces of 40 acre's each.;. Chas. Cropper,.sworn, stated : I inspected those selections on r5 September, 88o0; ofd the portion 303 No. 76265 c.p: I lound the; remains of a burnt feice' with log on top, •whiclr I value at- 2s. per rod, ,a sheep yard value is per rod, anrd'"oo rods of fork and stakes, which I 'value at is a rod--tbotal value 9 ; on the second piece 304 No. 7666 c:p. I found' 72 rods of the saine character of fence, valuie"is sle' ier d'i o'n 0305 No. 7766 c.p. I found 20 rods of same" sort of fence, value' .£6,,anid 40 rods which,? had been recently .topped, for which c I allowed 6d more, total £3 ; on portion 307, No. 77104 c.p. I found 80 rods of same style:of: fence, which I value ue at £4; tlihse were all the improvements I 'coild see; I then went on the original:portion of '50 acres an...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

.: CABLE .MESSAGES. : : / E . ;(Fom :Sydcniy :Daihlf Papers. ) :: S e . LoNDoN, July 28. ME: BARDLAUGL refuses to pay the penalties incurred through. taking his seat in Parlia ment: without subscribing to the prescribed oath,, and has-:in consequence been:. sum moned by Mr. Newdegate, with a view to einfoirce payment. Should Mr. Bradlaugh continue to resist, he will be imprisoned. rHis mnainteniance whilst in prison is guaran teed by Mr. Clark, who was plaintiff in the action against Mr. Bradlaugh for the recovery of the.penalties. A memorial has been presented to Mr. Gladstone for the .release :of Cete(vayb; Public feeling in favour of uclich a step is growing. ,A0N5STANTINOk'L. July 20 si''" ; CONSTANTINOPLE, JUS26.. :The: question of:the sentence-on Midhat Pasha:'for his' connection with the assassin?'~i' tion of the late Sultan; Abdul Aziz,: continues 'to be nrihchi"'i discussed in pblitical circles, and. dpihnis'. are mhuch div;ided as to the advis'a 6bility of carrying the sam...

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Trevanian! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

- Trevanian Wealth i Iri. nine cases out of ten there is a curse accompanies it; more especially when its unforffunate possessors have been deprived by .accident of those natural ties and affec tions which warm and sustain the heart. There is something dreadful in seeing those whom they might love, calculate every word and look-t6 read interest-self-interest-in every expression of kindness-to feel at last the miserable conviction forced upon them, that they are objects of speculation, not affec tionl. :: Strong minds revolt, and disappoint the sordid :expectations of the human leeches who would prey upon them; weak ones yield to0 infliiences they 'despise, but have not the courage to resi`st.. On :arriving at Brierly .Grange, Harriet Wyndham felt quiteconfident of succeeding in the:task she had undertaken. She had not been -an inmate of her iiew residence more tharin a ~eek before her self-reliance was somewlha't shakehn. iMiss' Mendez iwas not the kind of person she exiected to fii...

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NOTES FROM GININDERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

NOTES FROM GININT?ERI,? . : By ris Wizsen THE committee, of.the newly formed Free selectors Association have met at Mr. Boltboni's Inn on the last two Saturday evenings, for the Spurpose of drawing up a code of rules and: by laws:. for the guidance of the association. ' These;, wlhich I understandl are nearly .com pleted, will be laid.before a. general .meeting of the members,,wliich is to be held on Satur .day, 6tlh August, at 7 o'clock; each rule is to be submitted separately-for approval. Tmhe committee have done away mith A B ani:d C classes uipoin whiclh the association was:-first formed in lieu of which they will submit a rule admittinig allumembers at an equal sub scriptios 'of. 5s.per .annum--each member Sjoining to lIe subject, to the approval ..of a Scommittee appoiited fdr that .pupose. The ...committee considdr" this 'wiill be a greaier Ssafegu-ird-.igainst mnemnbe'is, 'pposed to. the free-selecoidrs'-;welfare' jinhng the association. ".I understandl the first business o...

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Small-Pox. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

S' mall-Pox. .The greatest precautions have beeri exer cised and the measures. 'adopted., have, undoubtedly, to a very great, extenit, though not eitiiely, checked the fuirthier spread of the small pox inalady,. Anol~her'su.spicious case, was reported to Dr., Duiigan on Wednes dha evening, hvio, cofdsidering :it a iatlier serio'us one, ordered the house in 'ihiclhit )was sit'iate to b&'lilaced in qlaai?aitine. The patient is a child niamied Anhie Mdoore, aged 9 .years, living with her mother anid 'rie other twin child at W0olo6i8dol?o& .Tlhis.dhild hias beden sick suice'Mon'kd lyast, atfd has exhibited the premonitory symptoms.of var iol so unmistakeably,' that the doctoi has ordered ltheiisolationh of the i.,ivole 'family at the quarantinie ground. :' Thiistres't in the vicinity lnave been tihorotiglly 'drenched with the deodorisings lution and ..the hiouses ad joining' liaebeen visited. and tlihe 'ocup~iers itistructid td subjet the ioi the process of purifiaation....

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THURSDAY, July 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

TnonIsDY, July 28. In the Legislative Council, Mr. Macleay moved for the production of copies of all correspondence in the Works Department, relating to the divergence from the direct line of rallway from Narrandera to Hay Sir John lobertaon admitted that in his opinios the line should have gone nearer to bthe river, and said there would practically be very little additional cost in the carriage of wool to Sydney. The motion was passed. Mr. Norton moved the second reading of Jean neret's Tramway Bill. The motion was agreed to, the bill was then read the second time, and .afterwards passed through committee without amendment. Mr. King moved the second reading of the =ospital Acts Amendment Bill. T'he motion was agreed to, and the bill was real the second time, and passed through committee with amendments. ,Sir George Innes moved the second reading of the Supreme Court (Additional Judge) Bill. The motion was agreed to after discussion, the bill was read the second time, and afterwards...

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(To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

(To the Editor of the Evening Penlny Post ) SIR,-I fear my objection to Alderman Caldwell's three motions relative to site and other matters of detail in re contagious hospital are not properly understood by the ratepayers generally. I will as briefly as possible explain my objection, not as re! gards the principle of the motion, but the way it was allowed to be put, which was establishig a very dangerous precedent, as there is no knowing the abuse of power an unscrupulous majority may adopt. The by.law says you may move the sus pension of any one of them, which is quite correct in its way; but that only refers to the orders of the lday--certainly not to allow new motions'to be put and carried at the same meeting of which no notice has been given. The 104th and 105th clauses of the Municipal Act-the Act upon which the Council is bound to observe, and the by-laws are subservient to this Act, and not made only to suit the convenience and interests of the Council gone-n rally; but ther...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

SPARLIAM ENTARY' .: Si- .WEDNESDAY, JULY 27. In the Legislative&.Coundil. :The Deceased Persoiis Debts Bill anid the Additional Supreme Court Judge Bill were ireceived from the Legislative Assembly, and read the firsttime. :.The House then went into committee for the. consideration :of the Criminal Law Amendment Bill. ;On.clause I being proposed, Mr. :.Holt .moved, as an amendment, ".Thbtathe Chairman leave' the chair, report progress, ,and leave to sit again this day twelve months." . ,,The :amenidment, after, discussion, was negatived, and the committee then proceeded with the conisideration oflthe various clauses of the Bill :Clauses I.to 69 were dealt with. anid' the House thin :adjournied..::'. In the Legislative Assembly, ".,,-i M Leave was given to Mr. Buchanan to iintro duce a bill to ainend the.law:of challenge in felonies and misdemeanlors, and the: bill was bronght up:and read a 'first time. -, ::.i .c:The House then:went into committee ;for the: further 'consider...

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BREVITIES. LECTURE next Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

BREVITIES. LECTURE next Tuesday evening. A dividend of Io per cent is declared 13 the Adelaide Steamship Company. The inhabitants of the Adelong district are agitating for a railwayor tramway to Tumuti At the Government Land Sale held at Adelaide on Wednesday 37,403 acres ret alised £J68,749. The crown land sale held at Bathurst on Wednesday last was one of the best competi tive sales held for a considerable time past. It has been reported, that in the evenit of the Custom Bill and Appropriation Act being passed by the Victorian Legislature, the prorogation will immediately take place. The following estate has been surrendered : -Illingsworth Field, of Goulburn, tailor! Liabilities, -527 ig9s; assets, .1i48 12s 6d deficiency, J£379 6s 6d. Mr. Lloyd, official assignee. The Land Mortgage Bank in Melbourne bought property in the city on Thursday last to the amount of £42,000. The Gosford Packet, a trading steamer between Sydney and Kiama, was stranded on Thursday night at Five Island P...

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SYDNEY PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

SYDNEY PriCes. In the produce market there is little change to report during the week ; but any produce arriving of superior quality is keenly competed for. Wool: The market is firm for all kinds at the sales during the week. Scoured sold from 12d to 20d per lb. Handwashed, 10d to 15d. Washed fleece, from 14d to 17d. Inferior, from 0ld to 13d. Fleece greasy, 8d to 10d. Sheepskins.-A brisk demand exists, and, are worth from 5ad to G6d per lb. Bides -Extrs weights well cured are wor[th from 4. to 4a per lb. Heavy, 3jd to 3. Light,i 3d to 4d. Bones £5 to £8. Horns 15s to 26s per 100 with a firm market., Tallow. -This is.coming'into icereasedar;demaid for shipment, and is worth froin £22 to £28. per ton. Wattlebark. -Oolonial chopped £4 to £417s Gd. per ton, according to qhality. , Leather.-The market.is ha~ily so f?rm or this commodity; we quote kip 'at 13& to 15d; sole 84d to 9d; calf 20d to' 23d ; harlies,;:dl3d to 14.;( Breadstuffs.-The market for flour nishardly so firm; wh...

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CONSTIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

CONsTIPTIo,.-H~all's Journal Of Healll' thinks it is doubtful if consumption numbers as manyvictims as are stricken down by the various diseases that result from habitual con stipation. True, consumption is an inherited disease. It may remain aliost dormniantj but when aroused to action decay commences at a point c. circumscribed,: and grad-tially extendsuiiless arrested, until so much' of the lungs becomes, iiivolvedItiltit vital ':iiction ceases. Theeviis of cofistil?atioii: restilt from inattention to the calls" of nhatuire;, anid iusually c6niommence with children whose habits are not dl'oely 0loked to by their parents. The processes of nature are always -active while life lasts. When effete matter is .,retained' a moment beyond its time its explusion is demanded; the systerm conliimences its efforts to get .rid of it. When the natural egress is checked the absorlbenitS carry the more fluid portions of ::the poisonous ::mass:into the cir culation, and it becomes diffused through...

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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

Goulburn Prices Current. Flour, fine, £13 per ton; seconds, £12. Wheat, 4s Od. per bushel Bread, 3d. to 4d, per 2.11. loaf . ' . Oats, 2s. 9d. per bushel': " Maize, 2s. 10d. to 3s :per biishel:- '" : ; - . Barley, 2s. 6d. to 2s 8d per busheli :"' i :: 'S' ; Hay, £3 to £3 9sper ton: .: ; '7 :.;-: [---; Straw, 37s. 6d to 40s. per ton Potatoes, £2 10s to £3 per. ton Bacon, 4d. per lb. Hass, 8d. per Ib. ' ' . Butter, fresh, Is. 2d. to'l.s 5d. piir i?.'-?:salt,''9d to ld. r Lard, 3d,.perlb. Eggs, la. 3d. to l; 6d. per dozen:; ,Ssor.' Cheese, 44d. to 6d. per lb. Bran, Is; 2d per bushel .. .... ..Pollard, is. 2d. perlbushei. . OOhiorn, 14/.'6d peitwt ... ' . " . Fat Wlethers, prime, 7s to a 8s Store: Wethers, 5s.' -'' :' o '...:.i; : : .' StoreEwRes, 4s. Od. toa 5s.Od. :h:l :' " : Store Cattle, 22s. (" ., !.'::?;;."* ?.;: , *. : Pigs, 3d. to 34d.per. lb.,' !; . :;; :" -: .,. ,; Beef (retail), 24d. to 3d. perlb.* r ,,. ;/ Mutton (retail), 24d. to 3d ,per'lb. . . Hides, 6s; 6d. to lls; each'...

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Mews by the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

t Mews by the MIail, BAD news has heen received from St. Peters burg. A new Committee' of Terror was formed a' few days'ago, and the 'first thing it did-was to'inform the Czar politely of the fact. The headquarters.of a fresh conspiracy hasbeeiin d'is.yeredin a furiished'r0om on the Sabatkanski ~rospekt. The proprietor f the h'olise ?vas: sent for. and told that a .superior. officer of oolice would be placed on the premises, so tlhat he might.hear all that was- Said.? All- the' necessary arrangements having been made, the officer hid himselt during'thetabsenceof- the :occupants -of ; the place under the bed, and .policemen were also concealed in theneighbourhood in such a inanner as to admitof their rushing to the help of the officer at the first summons-a pistol shodt. The plan was perfectly' succes-: fiil" Thei officer had to spend six whole hours waiting patiently under the bed; but, he overheard from.'his hiding-place a most important disclosure. It was ineither more nor less th...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. TRADE generally speaking during the week has been quiet, and prices for most articles remain un changed, and seem to be stationary. A quantity of produce is being sent to the districts further south. Wool.-We have no transactions to report. Sheepakins.--The demand for these are increas. ing every week; the advices from home appear to have had a good effect on this line. Hides--The market is quiet for these, and prices remain steady at quotations below. Tallow.-This is inquired for, and is worth from 18s. to 21s. per cwt. Wattlebark--There has not been any trans. actions worthy of notice during the week, and prices are the same as in our last report. Breadstuffs.-The market is firm at last weeks' rates, although the supply of wheat has not been very large during the week. We quote wheat 4s Gd; flour as per current quotations below. Bran and pollard seem to be more inquired for than formerly. Potatoes.-The supply is about equal to the demand, and prices are ra...

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The Revised New Testament. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

The Revised New Testament. WHATEVER be the merits of the revised trans lation of the New Testament, nobody can de sire that its use in the services of the Church shall depend on the judgment or taste of individual clergy.. The question has, how ever, been raised whether the Second Lessons' at Mornming and Evening Prayer may not be !awfully read from it, and it seems from the correspondence between theBishop of Lin coln and the I'Eord Chancellor publishedin the London papers, that the matter is not so clearas might have ibeen imagined. The authorised version; :noidoubt, bears on :'its title-page the.. '-;annOuncement that it is "appointed to be read 'in churches," and this wouild ~ihtur~lly"lje' consifued to nean'ainthat it alone might be so read." But by whom, liow, and, .when was the: appoiintment, made ?,Of fltiswehliave no record- Lord Sellborfi'-thinks it?imost probable that it wasi l';jOrder in Council, anrid if so the absence of documentary record is explained by the fact that...

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT BILL. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

LOCAL OYOhRNIIENT BILL,. (O!i (cNTiNUED.) Part XIX (Witer Trusts for Sti6ck) deals ivith ~a suljet ~the ".iijiqortance of which, throughout tvi;o-iirds'o?f dri territory, cannot well be overrated. The plan proposed in the bi'll ;is" b'riefly afolf?('18ws. 'A wa'ter trust :is initiated by the ptiti6n'f District Council pr irig ,~:that'~'eertin fract ojflind 1;descilled'ij ini thee petitio'an~linl Wvn'itliid hilimits of the ddis'trict ' halliie consti?tie'd a~vater" trust. A' coupter petition maybe presented on.behalf of objectors as- now, 'where a iiiuniciipality is pir6jected.? But' th'el~iltiin'ate' dcii6n will lie \vwih tled Local Goe min Board.'-- . STo provide wayis 'aid fean s for'conktruct ing damns, anl?s, wells, or: any other maode of stbring walk`erthe Council is empowered to levy a?water raie?,e ot exceeding one pourid pe'r centf oh th assssesed annual valie of all freehold and leasehold'lanid within the trust, aid the neciessarfpo\ve.is given to enfbrce payment of such ra...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 30 July 1881

DURING the late recess it was thought on many sides that the Government would con sider the question of Agricultural education, and have been prepared, when parliament assembled, to lay some scheme before it for the establishment of expterimental farms and agricuiltural colleges; but it seeinms that they have ignored the question altogether; prob ably on account of its being too insignificant for their wisdom to notice; or else of such an intricate nature that they had not sufficient confidence in their judgment of the subject to prepare.a scheme of sufficient comprehen siveness for the Assembly to adopt. This might be the reason, but we think, from the voluminous -statistics the Government have at comfi?aiand, that the preparation of a scheme would have been a most easy matter, and one that would have shown that the Go.,ernment • had the:iiiterest of the' farming community at heart. We must confess that, frdm the .actions of the party in power, it ldoes. not seem that they are at a...

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