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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE LAND OFFICE, GOULBURN, On Wednesday, 16th February. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

CROWN LAND SALES. A'i' THE LAND OFFICE, GOULBURN, On Wednesday, I6th February. Country Lots. LOT A, 40 acres, county Argyle, parish Narrangarril, on the left bank of Sooley Creek, opposite John Fenwiick's conditional purchase portion No. 92 .and adjoining the west boundary of Wm. Lock junior's con ditional purchase portion No. 102 of 40 acres each: - Lot B, 90..ac.res, county Argyle, parish Tarlo, adjacent to part of the north boundary of J. Simons' conditional purchase portion No. 72 of 320 acres, and adjoining the east boundary of G. Stein's portion No. 83 of 62J acres. Lot C, 49 acres, county Argyle, parish Uririgalla,' on the mtnai south road from Goulburn to Sydney, and lying about half a mile .southerly. from "E. Carrigant's portion of 6o acres. : Lot D, .40 aeres, county Argyle, parish Uringalla, at Campbell's Flat, and adjacent to part of the east boundary of J. W. Wil mott's .1280 acies. .:-: . * . " ' .Lot:E, 33 acres 2 roods, county Argyle, parish Uringalla, at Campbell's...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. FROM the report presented at the annual meeting of subscribers to the Braidwood Hospital, on Thursday last, we gather that twenty-nine patients were admitted to the hospital during the year, all of which have been discharged excepting two at present in the institution, The amouut received from paying patients has been £'io is, and the total amount recetved from all sources is only £202 x8s. The expenditurea mounted to £4oi 6s 5s, ;i26 7s of which has been expended in repairs. The report and balance sheet were adopted, and a committee for the ensuing year .elected. The annual meeting of the Braidwood Literary Institute was held on Thursday evening last. From the report presented at that meeting we find that, inclusive of the Government grant, £232 7s 6d has been received during the year. 171 new volumes have been added to the library, making a total of 2870 volumes. A fresh committee was appointed, and the report and balance sheet adopted. Captain Vine Hall's recipe fo...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT;; THURSDAY, JANUARY 27. BEFORE the Police-Magistrate, Michael O Laughlin, charged with being drunk and disorderly. .. ' Senior-Constable Whealey; proved the case, and stated that prisoner was broutght `up be fore for a similar offence. Fined 40s or seven days in gaol. Matthew Beard, for the'same offence,? on tle evidence of Constable Whealey. ;Fined 4os, or seven days. : Mary Brown was charged with vagrancy. Constable Cochran proved the case, and she was convicted and sent to gaol with hard labor for three months. :; ,' Peter Plunkett gave himniself' up for protec-. tion, and having no lawful means of support was sent to gaol for one month, with hard labour.

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. I LONDON, Jan. 24. IN the House of Commons, to-day, Mr. Forster, Chief Secretary for Ireland, intro ouced a bill having for its object an increase of the powers of the Irish Executive in deal ing with offenders against the peace. The chief provisions of the bill are that it empowers the Viceroy of Ireland to summarily arrest and detain any persons suspected of treasonable offences. It also authorises the adoption of special measures limiting the sale and the possession of arms throughout the country. The Government has not yet intro duced the Irish Land Bill. Jan. 25. On the debate upon Mr. Forster's bill conferring exceptional powers on the Viceroy for the purpose of repressing disorders in Ireland until October, 1882, it was moved as an amendment by Mr. Robert Lyobs, a Liberal member for Dublin, that the pro posed refornis in the land laws of Ireland should precede any measures for coercion. Sir Stafford Northcote followed, and in his spe...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

Chlirch of England Working Men's Literary Association. A .FAIR number of members put in an' ap-? pearance at the usual weekly meeting of. the above society. on Monday evening last; the Rev.,G. M. D'Arcy Irvine, M.A., occupying the chair. After the minutes: had been read' ad confirmed, three gentlemen werelh ini nate`d for menmbership ;and an `invitation frorh :the Goulburn Literary and Debating Society?to attend their meeting on ,ihursday next (to-night) was accepted, it' being under stood thIat as many as possible wouild attend. The special business of thle evening was '"A Night .vith Kendall," which was commenced by ?:Mlr.:H. Horn reciting ."Advance Austra lia." Readings were then given as followvs: Mr. 'R. Russell, Geraldine;" Mr. H. Puirsehousei, "The Fate of the Expiloreirs ;" and Mr: H. Pinn, "On a Street." Spirited criticism followed each effort; and; after it had been announced that the business 'for next Monday evening- would be the reading of contributions to the society's...

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

PARLIAMENTARY. IN the Assembly on Tuesday, A petition was presented from William Pavies, of Goulburn, chairman of the Berrima Gold-Mining and Railway Company, praying that leave might be given for the introduction of a bill to enable the company to construct a, railwvay from the Berrima Coal Mine to the great Southern Railway. Sir Henry, Harkes informed Mr. Myers who asked, 'Is it the intention of the Govern ment to establish agricultural schools and model farms in some of the centres of the large agricultural districts of the colony, such as Goulburn, Bathurst,and Orange"-that this. particular question had not been under the consideration of the Government; but. he would take an early opportunity of calling attention to it, and would then inform the hlion. member of the decision arrived at.- : Mr.. M'Culloch moved.the adjournment of the House, in order that he might be enabled to point out that the replies to his question. respecting Mr. George Davies, station-master at Liverpool,....

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

GOULBU?. ITEMS,. WE learn with very great pleasure that some 'of the committee of the Hospital are already working away with' a 'will, and using their best endeavors to secure the amount of £60 that they' are short of, We notice Mr. O'Briii h (the best of all collectors) withlthe treasirer ahid lhonorary secretary almost tak ing the, money put of " tlie people's pockets."' To refuse any of these gentlemen seems en tirely out of the'question; and. it appears to us, that they mtist have severally vowed, to get this amount.in a given time, or the zeal they are at 'piesent manifesting 'must have taken a powerful possession of them. : We': have received an illuminated card almanac from Mr. Sands, the local agent for the Victoria Insurance Company, and must give itl the. all'm :.over all others: that haveg come under our notice. Itis well "got up," is highly ornamental, and answers the pur pose, for, which it was designed.U : .;. : We have received the last number of the Illustrated: Sydi...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

[REUTER'S TELEORAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. THE trial of the Irish Land Leaguers was continued yesterday. The jury retired, and after eight hours absence returned into court being unable to agree. The traversers were consequently discharged., At the conclusion of the trial, Parnell met with a perfect ovation on leaving the court. The strike at Lancashire continues, and several riots have taken place: Troops have been dispatched to the disturbed district. Upon the meeting of the House of Com mons, yesternight, the Premier moved that the Coercion Bill introduced by the Chief Secretary for Ireland should take precedence of all other business now before the House. The motion was vigorously opposed by all the members of the Home Rule party pre sent, but more especiallyby Biggar, member for Cavan. A long and acrimonious dis cussion followed, and several violent scenes occurred. Eventually, owing to Biggar's conduct and his persistent refusal to obey the Speaker, he was ruled disorderly, and ...

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

BREVITIES. THE weathier is-hot,. From all parts bf the colony we learn that the cry is sounding for rain. SThe Legislative Assembly sat till nearly midnight on Tuesday last.: Adelaide wheat, in London, on Tuesday last, was worth 5os per 45o0lbs. Tattoo won the Flying Handicap at Parra ihatta yesterday.; ;Hurral :!I The oyster beds near Newcastle are being protected since the proclamation . ,'; A branch of the A JT S. Bank was opened at 'Ballina on Moniday last. Measles are very prevalentat Little River in the Dungog district. Last year 50,000 horses were used in France for food. The public expenditure of Tasmania was, for a wonder, less than the revenue. The election for Queanbeyan takes place to-day. On Thursday last 2oo0o acres of land were conditionally purchased at Cooma. ' A ,woman while talking :to some friends at Kempsey, dropped dead last Sunday night. Yesterday was a'great day for picnics airid ' excursions in the metropolis. Mr. Warden De Boos's appointment -at Temora has:...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. , FRio OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. YESTERDA. v was observed as a close holiday, the weather wvas beautiful, and all amusements were largely patronised. The regatta was the principal centre of attraction. The members of the Conference luniched on board the Flagship. The usual toasts were drank with much enthusiasm. The sculling race for the champion belt was won easily by Pierce, W. Trickett second, J. C. Laycock third. The Conference met again yesterday morning. ' The Bill for the establishment of the Court of Appeal was approved of. A re solution was passed to the effect that the Go veriments of the several colonies should recomimend the measure to their respective legislatures. A similar action has been taken with regard to the Execution of-Warrants Bill. A long discussion took place regarding the guarantee regulations of stud sheep.; but no decision was arrived at. Several other matters relating to the clos ing of the Conference were dealt wit...

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

QUEANBEYAN. (FrIom a Correspondent. ) THE WEATIHIER.-For the last few days (Friday and Saturday especially) the weather has been exceedingly hot. On the days named the thermometer rose to io6 and 10o3 degrees in the shade, which may be consi dered rather warm. Water is getting scarce, and fires are plentiful. On Saturday night last, about eight o'clock, the flames of a fire were seen in the rear of the premises. occupied by Mr. W. Mc Cann, bootmaker, &c. About thirty persons rushed to the place to give assistance; but such was not required, as it was discovered to be only a heap of rubbish-dried grass and weeds that was burning. Bush fires are very plentiful just now, and persons cannot be too careful about fires. On Thursday last the Duntroon Plains were on fire, supposed to have been set alight by the lightning, which was very vivid on the day in question. The electric flashes were seen to strike a tree and log fence at Lan yon, setting them ablaze and doing much damage. S...

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Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

Railway Time Table: DOWN TRAINS LEAVE SYDNEY daily, Sunday excepted, at 9.40 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Parramatta Junction, 13 miles, 10.14 a.m. Fairfield, 18 miles, 10.27 Liverpool, 22 miles, 10.43 Campbelltown, 34 miles, 11.20 Menangle, 40 miles, 11.36 Douglas Park, 45 miles, 11.50 a.m. Picton, 53 miles, 0.20 p.m. and 9.25 p.m. Mittagong, 77 miles, 1.50 and 10.54 Bowral, 80 miles, 1.58 aid 11.2 Mossvale, 86 miles, 2.15 and 11.18 Marulan, 114 miles, 3.24 and 0.27 a.m. Arrive at Goulburn, 134 miles, at 4.10 and 1.7 Leave Goulburn at 1.18 a.m. Breadalbane, 149 miles, 1.52 Gunning, 165.miles, 2:25 Jerrawa. 175 miles, 2.55 Yass, 187 miles, 3.26 Bowning, 194 miles, 3.46 : Binalong, 208 miles, 4.20 Rocky Ponds, 220 miles, 4.49 . North Murrumburrah, 228 miles, 5.12 Murrumburrab, 230 miles,, 5.21 Cootamundra, 253 miles, 6.23 Bethungra, 268 miles, 7.3 . Junee, 287 miles, 8.3 " North Wagga, 304 miles, 8.43 South Wagga, 309 miles, 9 a.m. Sandy Creek, 318 miles, 9.19 Hanging Rock, 327 miles, 9.37 Yer...

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

WANTED KNOWN, rFHAT W. HAYMORE will st FRA E and MOUNT PICTURES on easonal a terms while he remains in Goulburn. rders 1 ft at Mr. Foxall's or Mrs. Me George's, Sloane. reet, wi I be attended to. Also, that Wý. HAY? ORE is still AGENT for Messrs. Nichol n and scherberg. Instruments on view at N s. McG rge's, Sloane. street. N.B.-Pianos thoroughly tuned and repaired. WALTER DANIEL, (SucoCessOR TO MRS. lICHARDs) UNDERTAKER. Funerals Furnished on t est Notice with the Greatest re. CHARGES STRICTLY EO ERA'TB. ADDRESS: WALTER 1SIEL, WBOURKE-STREET, GOULBURN, Opposite the Public School. IF YOU WANT A CUP OF REALLY GooD TEA ! TRY THE PLCKED I/ CHINA TEA GARDENS, SOLD IN GOULBURN BY Messrs. Owen Furner & Sons, General Storekeepers & Produce Mer. chants, Sloane and Bradley Streets; Messrs. A. Mi. Hunt and Co., Import Grocers & Manufacturers, CITY CASIH STORES, Aubnrnst. ; and MR. GEORGE FOX, Grocer, &c. Boots and/ Sh s. F. SHF4IlT HAS JUST RECEVE? A SPABEJID A...

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THE ORANGEMEN'S EXCURSION TO MANNAFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

THE ORANGEMEN'S EXOIURSION TO MANNAFIELD. THIS undertaking, which had been anxiously looked forward to by numbers of pleasure seekers, who. are anxious and determined to have a good day's outing on every holiday that transpires, provided the atmosphere is agreeable, came off yesterday, being the anni versary of the colony's foundation. The. morning was ushered in with a nice cool breeze, and a beclouded sky, which promised a most enjoyable day; and this it is satisfac tory to know was the result, although for two or three hours in the middle of the day the sun was rather two hot to be agreeable. The train was advertised to leave Goulburn at nine o'clock; and hence from about a quarter past eight there was an almost continu ous stream of pleasure-seekers to be seen wending their way towards the railway station, so that by the time mentioned the whole of ,the ten carriages which had been engaged were filled with persons of all classes, and even more than comfortably filled. Never thel...

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THE SPORTS AT THE RACE-COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 27 January 1881

THE SPORTS AT THE RAE-C0OURSE. ABOUT five hundred persons patronised .the sports-in Brookes paddock yesterday, amongst whom we noticed several of our leading citizelis ; the grandstand was fairly patronised by :both sexes, and the, gay dresses of the ladies borea striking contrast with the objects' aroiund. 'As 'usual there- was a display of buntingi and every person seemed to enjoy themselves thoroughly. Mr. Henry Payten provided the sports, and having the sole right for. supplying refreshments, he carried this part out in a creditable manner; and as if to - complete the celebration of the Anni-: versary of the colony, about a dozen of the" aboriginal natives, dressed in the costume of the Europeans were amongst the,number that had assembled." We have seldom- seen a more respectable or'orderly assemiblage attend a' demonstration than were on ::the ground. yesterday. Senior Sergeant Fenton, Sergeant Gibbons and,Senior constable Whealy were present, butithey had very little; to` do, ...

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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

Goulburn Prices Current. F;lour, fine, Ill. 10s. per ton; Seconds, £10 10s. WIleat, 3e Od per bushel Bread, 3d. to 3.d, per 2-lb. loaf Oats, 2s. Od. to 2_. 2d. per bushel Maize, 2s. Sd. per bushel Barley, 2s. Gd. to 2s Sd per bushel Hay, £2 10s to £3 per ton Sltrawzo, 30s. per ton Potatoes, new, £3 to £3 15s. per ton Bacon, 4d. per lb. Hlams, Sd. per lb. Butter, fresh, 7d. to 10d. per lb.; salt, 4d. to Sd. Lard, 3d. per lb. Eggs, 10d. per dozen Cheese, 4d. per lb. Bran, Is. to Is. Id. per bushel 'Pollard, 1s. per bushel Onions, 5s. per owt. Fat Wlethers, prime 5s. to 6s. Od. Store Wethers, 5s. Store Ewes, 4s. 9d. to 5s. 3d. Store Gattle, 22e. Gd. to 30s. Pils, 3d. to 3Sd. per lb. Beef(retail), 2&d. to 3d. per lb. .Mutton (retail), 26d. to 3d. por lb. Hides, Gs. 6d. to 10s. Gd. each S]heepskins, 4d. to 5Gd. per lb. Tallow, 18s. to 20s. per ewt. Wattle Bark, £2 10s. to £2 17s. Gd. per ton Poultry-Fowls, 2s. 3d. to 3s. per pair; turkeys, 7s. Gd. to 10s. 6d. per pair; ducks, 3s....

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. FRIDAY, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

0 .coHIERcIAL INTELLIGENCE. busines of' RIDAY, Evening. T1HEC bisiness ofthe. weeklhas' been, if, any-' thing?o n. the' wlidle better, but theie::is still " room for impiirovement. 'Several 'orders for': small paicels of nierchandisi .liave 'ai:rived' and the couintry piople :~r beginning tino .Iut in an lappearance in larger nutmbers. The " local requirements of the to?nh keep i; steady trade going; but our b:usiness people 18ok for as m"uch outside trade as that nearer home. The countliy stores will doilubtless seiid in their orders, and tak?iad ?antage of o the: back carriage of the faimliers ?whlo aie no v commencinig to bring in their.pfiductions.,.., I'W0ool Only :a small quantitl his passed througih ,the towni during the wepeklfoi trans mission to Sydiney. We lihave no local traniis:i actioins to repor . Hlides.IThe matrket is bettei foithes and prices remain ,somewhat :firmeir if in good c6Adition :'o~ ar'riva the thtop prices are, secured. In Sydney 'we noticetliere is ? fa...

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NOTES ON MANY THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

NOTES ON .MBANY THINGS, By Cosnito. SINCE last my comments on things in general appeired, Mr. 'Editor, the occurrence tliat has had the most powerful effect on the equi libiiuin of slow-going, behind-the-age Goul burn society was the attempt to open the "?Athenaeum" on Sunday' afterno'ons; and although the supporters of ithe..movement foiuid themselves as yet'unable to icope with the ~ombined forces of: a bigotted prejudice' and unreasoning party spirit, tliebare mnaj6rity thait' was gained points cleaily to a time whlieri the tables wvill be turned, aind good serise and philanthropy come forth' triuinpaant. ' Indeed, had not the'- "lenion nieni' rolled upI in stich strong force the reSult: f tliedivision would have astonished some of the& old gentlemen who entreated the :otlie side to be careful how;tlhey' h'ited the :feeiiigs of the members who had beeindonioected with the institute for tihelast '2o years, but'who certainly would sever that connection if this outrageous at...

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

. GOULBURN BOROUGtH COUNCIL, THE above Council held their regular meeting on -Thursday. Present, the Mayor and Aldermen . Hawkins, Osborne, Caldwell, Clifford, Martin and Taylor. . The minutes of former meetings were read and confirmed. Correspondence inwards and outwards were read,, and on the motion of Alderman Clifford and Hawkins it was re ceived. " . , .: " . . .' A report from ,the working. foreman,; and . Inspector'of Nuisances was'read arid received. This' was :in compliance with' Aldeiman Martin's motion at the last meeting, and gave a: detailed account of the -number' of 'esspits that had beein attended to 'duriig *term 'of office, the number of summons issued .with results, the number of cattle impounded, and the various nuisances that existed at the present time. A clause of the Improvement Conimittee left over from last meeting'and having Irefer ence to some timber .that they had 'examined, was after a waste of time :iand ir?egulai discussioni referred bback to' Improve...

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The Cookbundoon Slate Quarries. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

The Cookbunloonu Slate. Quarries. ;:: ON Wednesday last a nuinber of lCersons who had taken advantage of the Orangemen's: excursion to Mathnfield aviiled themselves of the opportunity afforded them of paying'a visit to the slate-quarries at CookbUindoon, the property of Mr. W. Jobsodh ofRiggsdile. Amongst the party wve noticed Mr;.William Davies, who was accommodated with a seat in Mr. Jobson's buggy; whilst the ltter gen tleman and Mr. D. Davidson placed:a horse and spring-cart each at.the disposal of those who desired to inspect these now farifained quarries, and each vehicle:ha' d a good com plement of passengers, embracing principially gentlemen connected withthe building trade; The quarries are sitiiated about.tivo and a half miles from the Mannafield platforin; and after a drive of about half-an-hour along a somewhat rough road, oiie is astonished at i seeing the huge slabs of slate that stand ini. front of. him, as-it were'like mnountEins:. Mr Jobson has. been init a very gre...

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