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Church of England Temperance Society. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

Ohurch of BiEnglaund Temperance Soaiety, ON Thursday evening a meeting in connec tion with the North. Goulburn branch of the above society. was held in thle schoolr6om, which building was well filledd 'by a very irec spectable audience consisting chiefly of: youiag people who purposed joining the juvenile branch dof-the I society. ---The meeting vwais opened' shortly before eight o'clock by, the rudience singi'g the hymn:c commiencing '.Tike up: thy cross: the Savioidur said," tlih Rev. G. M1. D'Arcy Irvine playing the -ccom0 panlimerit; after iwhich the generaldchfes;si;ojin was said and:.the riev genitlemian"i:fiaiddien ghgedin prayei.; :,The chair?wiaS occupied by the incumbent of St.::Nicholas' :(the Rev' Mri D'Arcy Irvine); who said that :th y hd miet together for the puirpose of forming an locl: coinmittee-in: order-It carry>o t o the .opera tions.of that;:important society.anid -also for the enrolment of mei~ibers:; ?e'.i plointed outit that-it was iall-important' they slh...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

Railway Time Table, DOWN TRAINS LEAVE SYDN?sY 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 Meoangle, 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 and 11.2 Mossvale, 86 miles, 2 15 and 11.18 MLarulan, 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 3unning, 165 miles, 2.25 Terrawa,. 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 Murrumburral, 228 miles, 5.12 Murrumburrah, 230 miles, 5.21 Cootamundra, 253 miles, 6.23 Bethungra, 268 miles, 7.3 Junee, 287 miles, 8.3 North W?agga, 304 miles, 8.43 South Wagga, 309 miles, 0 a.m. Sandy Creek, 318 miles, 0.10 Hanging Rock, 327 mil-s, 9.37 Yerong C...

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

GOULBURN ITEMS, THei remarks made by thle Mavor, .in re'fer enice to the Press, in returning thanks .at the Council meeting on Thursday last; were uiswise and .uncalled for, and.tend to show that he would, had he the: po&er, 'e gag the Press;" and further, it demonstrates the fact more cleafly than ever that:"nie\v blo6d is vanted in tlhe Council. As a public man it shows great shallowness o.n his'part to take a critique to himself as an'individual; when:no one member in particulasr :h?ais been attacked Wihatever remarks this journal: -lhas;: made about the Council's management of 'Auburn street has been done in the interests of the public, in a justifiable manner, :aind not for the sake of.writing.:. And f urther, tl ere is no one ''bIehmd the scenes" to dictate to its odur duty.' :Besides, wet talke leave to inform his \Vorship the Mayor thiat the Press is i?ot so easily "gagged,' as ihe apparently, thinlks; and while we havethe public support with us our pen will co'ltinu...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

~RWEhrE'S *PEI~sLEORAIS.] LONDON FRIDAY. Ta. debateon: the Irish Coercion Bill was adjourned. Mr. John Bright made '-t lenglthy speech justifying the..Government policy. Advices from the Transvaal states-that the British troops continue successful a'gainst the Boers. The lRussian Goiernment are unwilling to pursueK theirl present, advantaeage against the 'rurcomatis by invadiug the enemy's country, and seem averse to any further extension of thel campaign. The Frenclh Senate hiS passed a Bill, granting bounties to the French shipinmg,'al though Earl Granville urged that such a course would prove injurious to the English Mercantile Marine, and contrary to the spirit of the Commercial Treaty between England and France..

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TREVELYAN ! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

TREVELYAN ! The maiden's tears fell thickly on these letters, and she turned from them to those of Rupert, of Fay, and of good Meggy Fleck, all of whom had written at length. Her bro thers, ignorant of her whereabouts and the reason for her absence, implored her to return, declaring that she had taken with her all the light and warmth of her home. When Giralda had studied the letters until she knew their contents litetally by heart, she restored them to their hiding-place, locked her trunk, removed the traces of tears from her cheeks, and descended in search of the Marquis, desiring to thank hint for his presents. She found his lordship on the terrace, leaning on his gold-headed staff, absorbed in the contemplation of a beautiful gray mare, which a man was leading back and forth before him. The Marquis' keen eyes caught sight of Giralda, as she stood, hesitating to approach him, and he beckoned to her, his grave old face glowing with a genial and kindly expres sion 'This way, my chi...

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

GUNNING. (From ouir Correspondent;) ON Wednesday, the athletic sports arranged for that day, on the Recreation Ground, came off. The attendance was not nearly so large as was anticipated; but most likely this is to:be accouinted for by the fact of the Cihirci of England school children and.tlieir frienids bleifig engaged at their aniinialaiiinf: versary treat on the same day. The day was jvey.fine--in fact too warm, if anythingbiit this was not of any material difference,these being any amount of shade afforded by the bushes growing on the ground. :'The first event on the programme was.the Maidenr Plate, 125 yards; first prize £?i secoind25s. In this event [nine started, and resulfed as follows :-T. Pursehouse, I ;. Jas Lyell, 2. This race was won by about :three yards. The next race was for youths under"17, Ioo' yafds; first prize- ios;- second s2 '6d. Eight starters came:tog the 'scratch' "and the winners were-M. Connolly,I ; a Sheri dan, a. . Throwing at the.Wicket,'",ayrds liize...

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Telegraphic Intelligence BUNGENDORE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [FROM OUR CORaESP'ODUENTS ] SBUNGENDORE, SArURDAy.. M1R. RUJiLE??G. is returled bjr~a liihjority of 89. Great enthusiasmi-he (as di~awn about the. town, in ithie company ofM~T. Wright, amidst gieitt cheering.: The best ordet pre vailed.. .:i · l: ?SYDNEY;, S?;i?URDA?Y. IN the Legislative:Assemlbly yesternight, the NorLiability .Bill was :aspssed<through coim mittee The Austrian B?iid gave: tlheir first per formance in the M-isonic Hall, yestsrnight. The building was cirowded to excess; aiid th? performers were iiaptuiously aipplauded.: .: SUpon the arrival of tlhe mail train at Wagga \Waggi from' Albury yesterday the floorming boards..of the. sleeping-cair wiere-foiind to be on fire, but was discoverdd in time to prevent any serious consequences. ".-: ,

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MAIL CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

IlAIL CONTRACTS. THE following persons have the mail contracts for the year: Jeremiah G. Webster, Taralga and Golspie, twice a week, £38 0os. Ann Lillis, Taralga and Bannaby, twice a week, £32. George Crowther, Breadalbane and Col lector, three times a week, £34 0os. David Field, Breadalbane.and Gurrundah, once a week, £I3. David Field, Breadalbane, Parkesbourne, and MIerrillh, three times a week, a28. Mrs. Fanny C. Lawliss, Railway Station, Gunning, and Post Office, Gunning, seven times a week, £30. Edward Potter, Railway Station, Guiining, Post Office,. Gunning, Receiving Office, Bellmount Forest, and Post Offices, Lower Gundaroo, Upper Gundaroo, Sutton, and Queanbeyain, three times a week, £300. Edward Potter, Railway Station, Gunning, Post Office, Gunning, Receiving Office, Bellmount Forest, and 'Post Offices, Lower Gundaroo and Upper Gundaroo, three times a week,£70o. Edivard Potter, Upper Gundaroo, Ginnin derra, Canberra, and Queanbeyan, three times a week,.£8o: Richaird Sherr...

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

CROOK[WELL. (Frosr our cos'espond ns ) THE WYEATHE?R.R-The dry: and changeable wedther ie lhife. hid forl: sdime time past h.l-as at list given wiay .to t leay i rai ?Yesterdy? '(Fliursday) we hadi a Teeri thundeirsori, which lias continued up to the time" of my writing :(Friday);, rain falling at inteivals. -However desirable this rain may: have been it is nowfv feareditli tat thipr esent tinm it may result in serous. losses to :'tliose unfortunaite fariiers ivho -:llvirig jist driinn thleir wheat from the. paddocks, and having no covering over, thleir stack: their wheait'imust damage. ·-'-Threshing;- As :for?- the:phst ;-feivwe?.eeks: reaping has been theiordeir ot: the day, so pnow thireshing has takekh thei; ttenti6n: of-all con erned . . Mi: Clehelit" inadd- 'b sta-it- at li.s own place oh Monday With h is steamithreseher. He has completed his own work and is now on liis rouiids: to attelid to. otheirs ?iits,: bt theweiatlhei -s I it noi0'is prevents thresh operatioins. ~:Reapi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

One Tr e Hill Races, FEBRU RY 10th, 1881. Judge : W?. Mu CuTuriu Esq., J.P. Stewards: Messrs F. CouLTroN, D. CAMERON JAS. ROLPE, JONEs, aed J. O'BRIEN. Clerk of the ourso : Mr. F. Youse. iast Race, M AIDEN PLA E of £5, for all horses that have never 'on an advertized prize; one mile and a half. S oud Race. ONE TREE H LL PURSE of £10, for all horses, to be handi appedl by the stewards; two miles, one event. tird Race,. TB ' ? RA E of £3, for all ose 14 haen a ?der, to e handicapped b t stew. ard nil heats. Fou'th Race. SEL OTORS' LPU RI E of £6, for ~Khorses, to ne hb dicapped by th stew *ne mile and a ha . Fift Race, A DONKEY RACGJ of £1 10s., horses to be approved of by the ste ards; owners to ride, but not their own horse; oe mile. Entrance, Is ed no qualification. Six Race. BEATEN STAKES of £2~, for all beaten horses; one mile. A. J. C. Rules adher to as far as practicable. Three entrances for ea h event, or no race. Entrance, ten per ceno on amount of prize. Qualifidation-Pony I...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY, JANUARY. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY. JANUARY. 27. In the Legislative Council,. Sir'John Robertson, in reply to Mr. C. Moore, said that the subject of introducing a measure for effectually dealing with dis orderly conduct and other nuisances com monaly known as larrikinism, in Sydney and other localities, was under consideration. The Divorce and Matrimonial Causes Bill was received from the Assembly, and, read the first time. The President reported the receipt of a message from the Assembly, forwarding for the consideration of the Legislative Council the Temporary Supply Bill for January. On the motion of Sir John Robertson, the bill was.read the first time. Sir John Robertson moved,-~'That the bill be printed, and the second reading stand an order of the day for Wednesday next. After some remarks the motion was agreed to, and the House adjourned. In the Legislative Assembly. Mr. Baker in reply to Major Holborow, said that a road had been surveyed from Parkesbourne to Breadalbane railway station...

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

BIREVITIES, niRRnIES 'are o'ver. .Apples are ripening fast. " . Grapes in this district will hardly ba ripe fr a. montb.h Races were held at Bowning on Anniversary Day aid were a great seccess. " At M:lurrumlsbatemasn, Iorse rices 'id athiil?tic splorts came off'on Ansiverisry Day. % : Cols,'" M alamnoth ' dircius. was visiti~d b3y c'0( perisonson . aturday night at Adelaide. We understand:that the M Felbouri'F xhlibioian is tos be kept open till:the end of A pril next. At Waggs WVagga, ncar)yiell the witidows of, the Preslyterian iChurch hius beu smashed, by some evil disposed pereds:os : Sbou; ' said a Dutohman; 'eyou miay say wihat you. please 'bout pad neiglbo'rs ; I ?ave had .te vorst neighbours: as niver vas, MinU e pigs and mine hoons cme heme tmit dere sars split and tddei day t?wo of tlhem come home;missisg. ..Atl the.half yearly mineeling oif the OCurrawang Copper Mining Company, the followie wvere.electid_ directors :-J. . W;omhey, b G. W. .lThielmuan, T.. iLeary, J. .Wes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

CO IC; ah, A USEMAT and A I 8L6. Rus. S Hars ille, Goul. burn. B1 0vfor the YarALt l toa Msr'IIUTLER, DAurke.street. -" ' Wanted. A GOOD USEFUL GIRL. Apply a ne to . Mss. TRICKER, Montaguecstrep ' anted, A ~O tINURSE; also, ,A H"USE AID. A to Mes. JENKINS, Aubur street, G o u l b u t a . . . . " [ A ITO h MAID; also, A NIdRSE. 1pply Sleter to Mn..' W. DOUcA, nver BS- atned,. A GRL AS NURSE. Apply Mas. NA Waneted, A GENERAL SERVANT.' Mn?s..E, Ba lmor-.square. a~3~ntedl. A GOOD GENFRALSERVAN ReferLe.. required. Ms. ROGERS, et. W.-.-: ' anted, A''GENERAL SERVANT; middle.aget'e c ferird. .Apply, J. BYRNE, Confedt ier, Auburn.street, Goulburn. .* .. .' B'snlted, " ] AT Gilles~ie's Boo F F'ctory, 1r X or BOYS. . CHARLIES GILLESPIE, Goulburn Wsented, . IGBT OR NINE SMART BOYS ren. tigEs, at Wood ~ Go's Boot F? Apply wO01p 4 00'8, Abi-rurstreets. - ?OTTA. EE a~LTE T (\itral). Ap y/i, E. B. TO LET, SIX ROOM COTTAGE, detached on and gaided, oppoite Agricultural Pav3io. Apply to JOHN FRAZERII;...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Fronm Sydiney Daily Papers. ) LONDON, Jan, 27. THE state of affairs in Lancashire is daily becoming more serious.' Riots continue to be of frequent occurrence, and other large bIodies of men who have struck work. The police and military at the present in the county find themselves unable to cope with the disturbances, and additional reinforce ments are now under orders to proceed to the locality of the disturbances without delay. NATAL, Jan. 26. Intelligence has been received to-day from Sir George P. Colley who, with a forec of 00ooo men, started northwards from Newcastle a few days ago. His Excellency has now reached the river Ingogo, between Newcastle and the Transvaal border. The outposts have sighted a considerable body of Boers in their front, and it is expected that an engage ment will shortly take place. LoNDON, Jan. 27. The House of Commons sat for twenty-two hours continuously, during the whole of which time the debate, on the motion of Mr. Gladstone that ...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

:...: ODD08 AND;ENDS, TH:iE' Observer. writes in reference to. the redent 'stoim-lOn Sunday afternoon last, at about fi;e o'dlock, 'a most violent stormiburst over'T'amworth;- 'iThe morning had been very close andd oppressive, but: in the after nooni a close breeze sprang up from the.west, and' di?-k 'iasses of clouds covered! the l.hives. ' Griditially, the wiild veered round toevards the solith,: hen a perfect hurricane set in; 'the clouds lowered, and the rain, for-a le? minutes, came down in :'toirrents'. The storm la'sted for.sonime twenty minutes, -when the wind. sudcdenly shifted to the east, and cleared away the rain so thait the evening was?beautifully fine, .lhe ldamage:done by the sobrm, though not of a very serious'nature, was bad enough fothose who suffer'ed by it On. the ..Company s Side, a portion of Mr. Aisbet's hotel aas blowniaway, and a cottage of" Mr:Mobir's wasstriippeld of its iron roof: sevcral othel bulodimgs were slightly danmaged. On 'T'mi ortlih, I~n. eel-...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

GOULBURE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28. BEFORE the Police-Magistrate and Mr. Chas. Cropper. . ., Richai".' Sexton, a lad abbout: 14, 'was: brought up on remand for absconding from his apprenticeship with Patrick Gooley, iwho stated"-tliat defendait hlid ab6conded:" from. him 'three times he had .neglected to look after some sheep, and on one, occasion they; got inito his cultivation :padldocik wheni leleft them. . .i ; . . : The Bench ordered that defendant should be placed iii solitary confifnement on bread and water for three days. i, : .,: Thomas Cunningham. was charged; with being drunk and disorderly! He. pleaded guilty, and; was fifned 20s or seven: days in gaol;.. t .' .' * *. : ; . Mrs. Jemmy Johnson was -charged with using obscene language. . : Plea--nbt guilty.' Constable GCochrane . deposed that on Sunday night.l e heard the defendant uise the words referred to; in the complaint; it was about ' midnight; shel was living with: a Chinaman, and several; complaints :had be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

The Treasury, New South Wales, 17th January, 1881. Contracts for the Public Service. FORAGE FOR THE POLICE. N OTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will be t received at this Offlice until noon of Monday, the 28th February next, for furnishing the sup. plies undermentioned, in such quantities as may be required during twelve calendar months from the lit April, 1881, upon the conditions hereinafter specified. At the foot of every Tender there must be a memorandum signed by the party tendering and two responsible persons as sureties, agreeing to be responsible for the due performance of the Contract in the event of the Tender being accepted; and undertaking, in that event, that they will severally execute and delivet, within o/bu'teen daUs from the usual notification of acceptanc", a bond to Her Majesty for securing such performance, otherwise the Tlender will not be taken into consideration. Should thie bond not be executed and delive'red within the said term of fourteen days from date...

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

Cricket; Ti-E return match betweeni the firtst elevens of. Goulburn and X.Yass:: Cricket:: Clubs :was played in Sampson's 'Paddock Yass, on Anniversary Day; resulting in an easy victory for Yass by. 9wickets and 2 runs. The bowlingi: of Evuns and' Howard for .rass was splendid. . Allman playedci giand innings for 49 runs and E. Howard played lery -welt for 23 Goulburi played very steiadily thi?ilghoui, and H,. Pursehouse, whb sho6w?e'd ?:ey good batting, was bowle1d byi6 How{ald after making 13: Chisholm ~nas b?wled byFj Howid rifor 15', and Readimfade ;0.i without losing liis" wicket. Following ae the scores., i:-,:. - Goubd io c.-G-First Innings Walsh, b. Howard.........:i'.?;;... . Ginos a Icetmo, ib E iiv .a.. Pursehobe,i:b Howaid.........;..'....,.. 13 Chisholm? b Hon ard...........;....... 15 Morris, -H oward,...... .......... ... 0 Reicd, seot 10 Ross,.4 H. G e ash, ab Evans.....;:. ..... 1 Longley, b Howard .. , ...... .. O: 'Nas?h~ E' s : .:. ... . ...... ......;.. ....: .....

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 January 1881

S.Beforithe :Police-Ma~gistat. Mary- Sunimmeis: was chanrged by the police witli bIeing drunk and disorderly. Constable' Cichmrne proved thc case, and the Bench fined her oos or three days in gaol. A nian named W.illiam IPetelrs gave himsel up for protection,.having suffered from the effects of a sunstroke for solme tiei past H'jwas sent to-the gaol hospitl' for three d?ys for iiedical treatmient. -. :.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

: ity Olothing Hall L. .MANIDLES - Tailor & Outfit r, AUBURN-STREET, GO LBU N (Established in 186 ). THE BEST STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.. C. M. CURRIE, HAIR-DRESSER & TOBACCONIST, AUBURN.STREET, GOULBURN. Agent for the Sale of the Evening Penny Post. To Advertisers. CONSTITUENTS ard informed that ADVERI ' TISEMENTS intended for insertion in the EVENING, PENNY POST should be sent in not later than 11 a.mt. on the days of publication (more particularly on Saturdays) in order to ensure thV insdrtion in that afternoon's issue. STHOMAS DANIEL. GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evening Penny Post S [PRINTID 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 TEnRM O1F SUBSORIIPTION : 1ý. 'per Anmum, or 3s. per Quarter in Advance. Any subscriber wishing to decline the papes must do so at the end of the q...

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