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NOTES FROM GININDERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

·NOTES FROJI GININB)ERRA, BY THE WIZZAR]). iMR. EDITOR, afterramibliig over the greater part of New South" Wales ;I have at last settled down ait a place called Gininderra, which by-the-way is oneodf the most charming places that I have seen in the colony, and epich is certainly the "flower garden" of the Queanbeyan district. Thliere was one thing, sir, that surprised me very much when I came here first, and that was that.your paper seemed to have. a far larger circulation around Gininderra than either of the two local papers 1iublished in Queanbeyan. I made inquiry of several of your subscribers why they pre ferred your paper to the local ones, and the answer they all gave me was that yours was independent and impartial, while the local ones were partial and onesided. It seemed very strange to me that both the local papers should be put down as onesided, .so I th6ught the late election would be a rare opportunity of judging for myself, Well, sir, ther'e were two'candidates in the f...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. J LONDON, Jan. 21. THE shipment of mutton ex Protos (s.). from Melbourne, is selling at from 5d. to 7d. per lb. The race between Hanlan and Laycock, for the sculling championship, has been defini tively postponed to the i4th proximo, by which time it is hoped that the frost will have sufficiently abated to enable the men to row. NATAL, Jan. 20o. The rebellion in the Transvaal still con tinues, and the Boers are maintaining their hostile operations against the various small Bsitish garrisons stationed in the Transvaal district. A detachment of their forces having been dispatched against Sydenburg, in the East province, and on the borders of Swarzieland, they laid siege to the place, and the garrison has been compelled to surrender. The number of prisoners is known to be small. LONDON, Jan. 21. The proposal made by the British Govern ment for a joint arbitration of the Powers on the Greek frontier question having been finally abandoned, owing...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY, JAN. 21 [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. S FRIDAY, JAN. 2Iz IN the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Douglas presented a petition from Messrs. Wark, praying leave for the introduc tion of the Wagga Wagga Gas Company In corporation Bill. Mr. Stuart brought up the report of the Select Committe on the Church of England Kurrajong Land Sale Bill. Mr. Lackey laid on the table the report on the survey of the Parramatta River. It was resolved, on the motion of Dr. Ren wick, to go into committee of the whole on Tuesday next, to consider the expediency of bringing in a bill for the establishment of schools of anatomy, and to regulate the practice of anatomy therein. The Temporary Supply Bill was read a third time and passed, and it was ordered that it be transmitted to the Legislative Council for its concurrence. Mr. Terry moved the second reading of the No Liability Mining Companies Bill, which he said was similar in principle to a law which had been in force in Victoria since I8S1, and which had worked most advan tageously ...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. To-toRlaIow there will be an excursion by rail to M~annafield. The train will leave Gou!buriin at nine o'clock, returning at six in the evening. The return fare being i2s' 6d places it within the reach of all, and doubtless many will aitronise the trip-the more so on account of thle committee's foresight in pro viding for a good day's sport. Besides, the Qddfellows': Bauid will accompany the excur sionists, and a large marquee being erected on thi ground, those who delight in Terpsi cho??inie?xercise can meet' with What they require, and doubtless a-pleasant day will be spent. ,Yesterdajy morning a number of' men and drays were set to''work spreading metal on thatipart of Aublrn-Atreet that has been the cause of so many complaints of late being .made. ;If the same pace is observed as at present in a few days the street willbe made passable for traffic, and assume a level ap pearance for, the behiefit o1 the equine and all other traffic. •W'e have been requested to di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

~8Wpesu eel. PURNFlPED APAR ENTS, with/use of SItchon. Address T., ILGAL, Pt-Office Wa ted, / A HO E AND PAR OUR MAID. pply MGoul Iss. WILLIA DAVIES Elre ur-an-ted, A GIRL ASNURSE. Apply MaRs. .AS, Harp Hotel. 7, GEEA Wanted, AB GENERAL SERVANT. MR/LANE, Behlmore.square. Wantied, / SGOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Refee.. required. Ms. ROGERS, Sloane-sreet. A GE1AL SERVAI. Apply/o MRs. _ LL, Auburn-street. / Want s, A GOOV GENERAL SRVANT fo' the county, near Wagga ga. Apy fo particular to MRns. GASKELL, burn.s eet. Wanted, A GENERAL SERVANT; middle sd pre. ferred. Apply, J. BYRNE, ctioner, Auburn.street, Goulburn. Marri Couple _A S A SITUAT N--Vifo . t.elass )_.ook or Laundre ; Husbain-d ill be useful. Apply at this offic Wanted, : HOUSE and PARLOUR MAID; , A IHOUSEMAID. Apply by lter t/Ms. FAITHFULL, Springfield. Wanted, . YOUNG PERSON as Housemaid to assisat with childrou. Apply to M S. B. BURGE, Lincoln House. " or Private Sale, / OTN eIsNA'erms, OLD ESTABLISBED /LK '-7 ?ER'S BUSINESS, doi...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

BREVITIES. ENCOURAGE local industry. To-morrow is the 93rd anniversary of the colony. The Borough Couincil meet on Thursday evening. Each of the municipal wards is to be con tested this year. . Mr. E. Ball, the mayor, hais not offered himself for re-election. The, race between Laycock and Hanlan postponed to s4th February. The Church of England Temperance Society will meet in St. Nicholas school-room next Thursday evening. Capricornus is getting into trouble, and a numljer of trees in various' parts' of the towni has been destroyed through their actions. Three good Aldermen were never wanted worse than now, for the Goulburn Borough Council. The three candidates for Queanbeyan are working tooth and nail over the election. On the lower lead at Temora, on Thursday last, several fine nuggets were obtained. A hut at Steamville Fish River, in which c50 bushels of wheat were stoied, Was burnt to the ground last Sunday" week; it is thodtight to have been maliciously done. SThe children atte...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

GUNNING. " (From our Correspondent.) TiE sporting part of our community mustered in force on Monday, on the racecourse, to witness the match between Mr. J. Newman's horse Goodenough and Mr. D. Murray's mare Jane. While waiting for the principal event, a race for a bridle was got off, the distance being about half-a-mile; this resulted in a win for Mr. C. Bush's chesnut mare. After a time all preliminaries being settled, the horses matched came to the post; a go'd start was effected, the mare soon taking pride of place. The first mile did not alter matters, and before the second half was run it was plainly seen that the horse was in difliculties; his rider tried at the falling ground to get up, but never had a ghost of a chance. The mare won almost in a canter. After the match some more racing for bridles came off. The first was won by Mr. Thorn's Miss Kingston; the next race fell to Mr. Best's horse Chester; and the last to Mr. Newman's horse Goodenough, who was only just " good eno...

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FROM GRANVILLE TO BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

FROM GRANVILLE TO BATHURST. 1BY MYSA LASS. TAKING advantage of the cheap excursions during the Christmas holidays, I found my self and luggage at Granville (late Parramatta Junction) in a commodious shed, awaitingr the arrival of the western trhin;. I am pleased to report the courtesy and kindness every class meet with from the station-master and porters at Granville;_ indeed, in my travels I have fourid no officials more careful and obliging. Our carriage was uncomfort ably crowded. On one .hand I. was sup ported by a lady whose "clapper tongue would deave a miller," and whose 'ouse, and 'ome, and 'at, and 'cnd, &c., were like nut meg graters on one's nerves. On my other hand was a gentleman who was giving the gent beside him his experience as an all-the world-over traveller. His rambles must surely have made him selfish l They alighted at Emu, and returned laden with fruit. Mly self and the other ladies had prepared our ." No thank you!" but such preparation was altogether...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM oUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, TUeSDAY. TIIE Australian gas company have declared a dividend of seven and a half per cent. and £6000 has been added to the reserve fund. The profits for the past half year amount to £20,000. The City lMutual Insurance Company have de. dared no dividend. At the meeting of the conference yesterday Mr. \Vrenfordsley drew attention to the circular sent by Sir Henry Parkes to every member of thecon ference, in reference to giving information to the Press respecting the proceedings of such conference; and after a little discussion the subject was allowed to drop. The proposed exteesive picnic at the National Park has been abandoned, in consequeuce of many of the invited guests insisting upon bringing friends with them; and also in consequence of an over whelming number of persons not invited having intimated their intention,land claimed the right, of the joint entertainment as a public one. The Trustees, Messrs. Robertson, Want...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

I [REUTER'S TELeGRAMIIS.] LONDON, MoNDAY. EDwARD SOTIIERN, the celebrated comedian, is dead. The severe weather is showing signs of abate. ment. Sir Hercules Robinson arrived at the Cape to-day. It is considered certain that the Greek Govern ment will object to the proposal of a conference, as a warlihko feeling predominates throughout the country and the standing army is being augmented. The Russian troops are still prosecuting the siege of Geok Tepe, with further successes. Later telegrams from Peru fully confirm the re port of the ObChilians having captured Lima, and followed up their victory by advancing and captur. ing Callao, the chief seaport, lnd it is expected that the war will be speedily brought to a concluo sion.

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THE GOULBURN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

THE GOULBURN HOSPITAL, THE annual meeting of the above Institution was held last evening in the large hall of the Mechanics' Institute, and although the meet ing was called for half-past seven, it was eight o'clock before a sufficient' number of sub scribers had put in an appearance to com mence business, and then only nineteen attended. Mr. P. G. Myers, M.P., in the absence of the President, was ,oted to the chair, on the motion of Alderman Caldwell seconded by Mr. Gillespie. Mr. Deacon, the. hen. treasurer, and Mr. J. T. Gannon, the hon secretary, occupied seats at the table on thd platform. SThe proceedings were commenced by Mlr. Gannon reading the advertisement calling the meeting. The Chairman then expressed his regretat so small an attendance. It seemed to him that the outside public of Goulbumrn were rather careless, and looked upon the few they knew would attend as sufficient; but- they ougiht to rally round an institution of this kind, and not display such indifference. It ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

WAN~TED KNOWN, THAT W. HAYMORE will still FRAME and . MOUNT PIOTURES on rea able rms while he remains in Goulburn. Orf rs lef4I Mr. Foxall's or Mrs. Mc George's, Sl ane.stvet, wi 1 be attended to. Also, that 1W. AYM?IEP , still AGENT for Messrs. Nicholso/and z hlerg. Instruments on view at Mr MlcGe a,, Sloane street. N.B.-Pianos thoroughly tuned and repairer. WALTER DANIEL, (SUccEssoR TO Mns. RICHARDS) UNDERTAKER. Funerals Furnished on the. or test Notice with the Grea t Care. CHARGES STRICTLY 3 D < ATE. ADDRESS: !WALTER DANIEL, BOURKE-STREE T, GOULBURN, Opposite the Public School. IF YOU WANT A CUP OF REALLY GOOD TEA! TRY THE TIA.A.I=E PIlTGi RMII TT2T R.p E PACKED IN 1 lb. and lb. Packets IN TIHE CHINA TEA 0& DENS. SOLD IN LBURN 0 Messr swe nurner & S ?s, Genera 'S r - pers & 1'roduce ler. chants, Sloane and Bradl Streets; Messrs. A. M. Hunt and Co., SImport Grocers & Manufnoturers, CITY CAss STones, Auburn.st.; and .MR. GEORGE FOX, Groce...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

MARRIED.   ON the 25th December, by the Rev. J. Studds,   JOHN SNAPE, of Chester, England, to MARY ANN, eldest daughter of CHRISTOPHER WAL-     KER of Goulburn.  

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 24. BEFORE the Police-Magistrate, John Smith was charged by the police with vagrancy and having no lawful means of sup port. Senior-constable Emerton proved to arrest ing the prisoner between 12 and r: o'clock yesterday; he was begging; he stated that he had just come from Camden, and was making his way to Yass. Convicted and sent to gaol for one month. Charles Douglas (a man of colour) was charged by the police with vagrancy Senior-constable Wheally stated that the prisoner was a reputed thief; he was drunk last night when he arrested him; he had bQen loafing about town for some time past to his knowledge, and had no fixed residence. Prisoner stated that hlie was a professional phrenologist, and got his living by his profes sion. Convicted of vagrancy and sent to gaol for one month. Richard Sasse junior, aged 15, was charged with stealing thirty knives, the property of Mr. Wm. Maitin. Senior-constable Eminerton deposed: From information receiv...

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

TUESDAY, JANUARY 24,   BEFORE the Police Magistrate and S H. Belcher J.P. Richard Sasse, a lad 15 years of age (on remand); was brought up for stealing knives from Mr. Wm.. Martin. Senior Sergeant Fenton withdrew the charge of stealing from Mr. Martin, and he now charged him with stealing them from Owen Furner. Senior-Constable Emerton deposed: This morn inig I charged the prisoner now before the court, on suspicion of stealing the knives from Owen Furner, on or about the 20th; he said he did not steal them; but admitted being there that day; some of the knives had been identified by Mr. Furner's assistant; the knives are the same that I produced yesterday. (The evidence that was tendered yesterday by this witness was again given in this case).     John Bennett gave similar evidence to that tendered by him yesterday. In answer to the Bench he stated that he had no suspicion whatever of the knives being stolen; I told Gibson the knives were left...

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QUEANBEYAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 25 January 1881

QUE?ANBEYAN NEWS. MR. G. P. LOUGH, one of our local auc tiorieers, very successfully conducted thesale of Mr. Albert Miller's stock in trade, furniture and effects, &c.I The attendance on both days was very good, and the bidding spirited. Mr. Miller can congratulate himself upon the amount realized, and also on securing the services of an auctioneer so well up in his business. (From t/he Age.) THE gates and booth for the Anniversary Day Sports, to be held on the Recreation Reserve, were sold at the Commercial Hotel on Thursday last by Messrs. Smallhorn and Co. Mr. S. Percival purchased the gates for £.6 6s 6d, and Mr. C. Scott the booth for £4 4s 6d. The account of the late Mr. John Byrne's death, as it appeared in our last issue, was not quite correct. Mr. Byrne was sitting on the verandah with his wife when he was taken ill, and Mrs. Byrne at once sent for medical aid and summoned the various members of the family, who remained withl the invalid till he died, which sad eve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evening Penny Post [PRINTED BY STEAM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY) and SATURDAY AFTERNOON It is the only Penny Paper published in the . Southern Districts. It has the largest circulation of any paper south of Sydney, and is a first-class advertising medium TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 12s. per Annum, or 3s. per Quarter in Alvance. Any subscriber wishing to decline the papet must do so at the end of the quarters terminating in March, June, September, and December, in writing, or will be held responsible for the amount of their eubsoription. ADVERTISING TERMS : For the first inch of space, 2s. 6d.; for every suwceeding inch, is. Advertisements sent to the office without notifying the number of insertions will be continued at advertisers' cost until an order is received to stop. Any person ordering on behalf of a committee the insertion of advertisements will be held respon sible for payment of the same. JOB PRINTING : The Evening Penny Post Steam Machine ...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, Gunning. 22nd February. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

AT TI'IE POLICE :OFEICE, Gunning.:" ;" 2 . 22nd February. ";':,.' Lot A, 59 acres, .county of King, parish of Kildare, on the'left bank of Handy's Creek' and adjoiriing the south boundary of Thos. Dowling's portion No. 73 of 744 acres,' Exclusively: of a road I chain.wide. Lot B, 40 acres, county of King, parish of Kildare, adjoining the south, boundary ',of Chas. Daly's portion No. 4 of 34. acres and the west boundary of Henry Douiglas' cbidi-. tional purchase'portion No. 124 of 6o acres... : Lot C, 40 acres, county of King, parish of Lampton, on the right bank of Hume's Creek and adjoining the west. boundary of portion No. xI-i of 40oacres. • Lapsed conditional' purchase of. Owen Tully. , Lot. D, 40, acres, county of King, parish of Wiriduella, at ihe north-east corner of James Christy junior's portion of 30 acres. , Upset price, ,i 5s per acre.

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TREVELYAN! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

TREVELYAN ! The reflection that the Lady Beatrice Hampton had been tenderly beloved by the supposed dead Geoffrey, and that the young couple had been betrothed, had forced itself upon Lord Trevelyan with great effort. He considered it impossible that Giralda should be the offspring of a secret union between them, and he had finally come to the decision that the maiden's singular and striking resemblance to Geoffrey Trevelyan was merly one of those singular coincidences which will rise now and then to puzzle even the wisest brains. And yet, in the secret recesses of his soul, Giralda had become linked with the memory of Geoffrey as he remembered the latter in his happy, careless, innocent boyhood. It is certain that the involuntary association of the young girl with that boyish image, brought with it no aversion for the former. There was a strangetenderness and gentleness in his looks and manner now that he had not before displayed, and of which Giralda had not deem ,d him capable. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

Wanted, USEMAID; also, A NURSE. pply y letter to Mbis. W. DOUGLAS, nver aloohy. SeVan ed, C CO K; also, A OUSEMAID 'nd A r N RSE. Moo. S', Huratvill, Goulu burn. -t \ • WVantt d., A GEIERAL SERVA T; must b good lauf dress. Housemai kept. . Roeerences required. Apply by letter, to Mins. A. D. BADGE Y, Sutton Forest. 1Ws ted, SITU TION by a th rough GROO who is filling to do oter \work. Can/ milk, &c. Addr es, JuHN, office of t ' paper. - Wanted, A GIRL AS NURSE. Apply MRs. ASB, Harp Hotel. W1anted, GA ENERAL SERVANT. Mis. ANE, Belmnoro-square. Wanted. GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Refo~ee.. required. MAs. ROGERS, Sloane - WVanted, A GENERAL SERVANT; middle-aged re fý ferred. Apply, J. BYRNE, Co fe oner, Auburn-street, Goulburn. WVanted, - HOUSE and PARLOUR MAID; al o, A HOUSEMAID. Apply by letter S. FAITHFULL, Springfield. Waisted. A YOUNG PERSON as Housemaid a to assist with children. Apply to Mn.SJ B. BURGE, Lincoln House. Wacnted, T Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX o HT .BOYS.. CHARL...

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