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

TREVELYAN ! At the foot of thethill was a rugged ravine, througlh which a swollen stream roared sul lenly, and beyond thie ravine rose anotliher hill somewhat abruptly. The stream was' spanned by a rude old wooden bridge; g'aainst which the rising aters fi:etted causing it to shiver convulsively.: '.The bridge doesn't look safe." tliought Gi ralda hesitatiing.& ;'Yet noi doubt people cross it.every day. I will venture!' . Slhe bestowed a - sharp glance upon the woode'n abiutments bf the bridge; and noted ti:at a tall tree on the niearest' abal ld beken hdbei partially up-rooted by the rushing wvaters;: andi had bowed itself.halfi across the stream, aits trunk resting against, the lower' ide of the' bridge. . 'inm afraid that thbe weight of those heavy limbs is too niuch for these weakened sup ports,' said the young girl. 'Yet, by the track.s onn the batik hlere, sofme one .has cro6ssed'this morning Wait till I am-itcross, Thomas; and thenh jfollow !' She.urged Zulirbme sharp...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

Ohurch of England Working M?en's Literary Association. AT the regnlar weekly meeting in connection with the above, which took place last evening in the room at the rear of the pro-Cathedral, there was a very fair attendance of members; the chair being occupied by the vice-presi dent (Mr. H B. Monkley). After the usual routine business of reading the minutes, &c., had been gone through, Messrs. William Stone, Charles Webb, Edward Bail jun.,-and James Jessep were duly elected members of the association, and one of those gentlemen was afterwards formally introduced to the meeting. Mr. D. Clifford then moved that the treasurer of this society be instructed to pay to the treasurer of the Goulburn Hos pital the usual subscription of one guinea; the said amount to be placed in the name of Mr. W. Pursehouse on behalf of the associa tion. The proposition was seconded by Mr. ,G. Gray, supported by Messrs. W. Purse house, J. F. Meyer, A. Mitchell, and R. H. Clifford. -The special busin...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

CABLE MESSAGES.' (From Sydney Daily Papers. J LONDON, Jan, 1t. THE Home Government are in receipt of a telegram from Natal, reporting that after the skirmish between Sir George Colley and the enemy, in which the latter retired, his Excel. ktncy again advanced and attacked the Boers at a place named Langsuck, The enemy,: however, were in great force, and made a stubborn resistance. The attack was conse-: quently repulsed, and the losses are reported to be heavy on the British side. Advices have been received by the Go vernment from Natal, which further state that Sir George Colley was unable to continue his advance to the relief of the British garrisons in the Transvaal, owing greatly to the 'su perior strength of the enemy, and he is there fore compelled to remain in the position he now occupies, where he awaits the arrival of reinforcements. January 19. The latest telegrams received by the Sec retary of State from the seat of war in the Transvaal confirm the serious character of th...

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Good Templarism. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

(Good Templarism. A YERY interesting entertainment was given last Saturday night in the Temperance Hall under the auspices of the Hope of Goulburri Lodge of Good Templars. The object of the meeting, which wvas free to the public, was to induce persons tb join the Good Templars and war with intoxicating drink. The Lodge of Good Templars had held its meeting prior to the admission of the public; and at 8.15 there must have been a hundred and thirty persons present. Brother '. Spencer, the \V.C.T. of the lodge, presided; and in opening the pro ceedings he stated that this was the second open lodge meeting that had been held in Goulburn He also explained the principles of temperance, and the rise and pgrogress of Good Templary. After a fewr more remarks, the following programme was gone through :-1. Chairman's opening re marks; 2. duet (flute and piano), Mr. C. Percival and Mrs. Troughton, which was splendidly ren: dered; 3. song, "Safely Follow Him," Mr. H. Lake, which wasy much apprec...

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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY. JANUARY. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

P AR LI AMEN TA R rY. FRIDAY. JANUARY. 28. "' IN the Legislative Assembly, Ministers an swered several questions. Mr. Burns brought up the report of the select committee on the Mount Rembla Rail. way Bill. It was resolved, on the motion of Mr. Stuart, that the Church of England Trust In corporation Bill be referred to a select com mittee for inquiry and report. Ministers laid on the table minites of. the Intercolonial Conference, copies of corres pondence on Chinese emigration to Western Australia, and a return respecting school teachers; and it was ordered that the docu-' ments be printed. The Ad Eundum Degrees Bill was read a: time and passed, and it was ordered that it be sent to the Legislative Council for its concurrence. Mr. McElhone moved that the House at: its rising do adjourn till Tuesday week, .to enable hon. members to attend the opening: of the Albury and Dubbo railway extension. Sir Henry Parkes felt that it was his duty to oppose the motion, and to press on the public...

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NOMINATION FOR ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

NOI0INATION FOR ALDERMEN, AT noon to-day the Council-room was thronged with ratepayers. There were about a hundred and twenty present, and amongst whom we noticed many of our.leading citi zens. The Mayor commenced proceedings punctually at 1s o'clock, and begged that the meeting would give each speaker a fair, pati ent, iand impartial hearing. He read over the. nomination-papers for each candidate, also the names of the nominators, and there being only two persons nolminated for audit ors, he declired lMessis. Jamies Simon's and Edward Buitler duily elected. forf tie iisuing vear for this offide. The candidates nominatedi foi: thfe Centtre Ward are M essrs: George Mc Connell and Win.: Martin, Mr.'-Piatt having iretired. i For the Nortlh Ward- Messrs. L'iwfenrce HI. Fitzgerald, and John .W Wombey., ::: For the Sotith: Waird -Messrs, Frederick Horn and James Clifford. .:. ' .'' ,Afte each 6f-' the 'caldidaltes had sipoken, ahnd answered s'everal questions, .: . .The Mayor announced th...

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

HOSKINGTOWN. (From our Correspondent. ) HARVESTING is now over about here, with the prospect of good results; and although there have been a few light showers through the harvest, we have not heard of any damage being done to the crops through it. On Thursday night and the greater part of Friday we were favored with a regular down pour of rain, accompanied with thunder. This was welcomed to refresh the potatoe crop, which was fast languishing for .want of it; but now, having received the blessing, we may expect a most prolific yield this season. Threshing commenced here yesterday, Mr. Wisbey being the first in the field Mrs. Wmin. Cronin, after a lingering illness of four months, has passed to "that bourne from whence no traveller returns." She died on Thursday last at her parents' residence. Her funeral passed here this morning ei route for Bungendore, the burial place of her family. She has left her heartbroken husband, together with a large circle of relations and friends to mour...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS,-: : .....: ON Saturday alternoon the Volunteer In fantry mustered in good form, nearlyrall.:the: members being present. They assembled on Church Hill and marched down Cowper street to the Old Township with advanced and rear guards .out, . Lieutenant ..Blackshaw being in command; and they received a large amount:,of:praise ,from some of".the knowing ones' "for their bearing and soldier like appearance. Itewas given out'on parade that a rifle match would take place at Goul burn next month, ddnfinedi :to twvelve ,men of the ist, twelve of the 2nd, and twelve of the 3rd regimerit. Four inemlers :fri, .the Goulburn Corps.iill be selected tbo take part with the 3rd regiment; whlilsttlie other eight are to be chosen fromi: tlie :other portions of that regiment. This of course means that thirty-six will compete in the ..iiatch, and we hopeour own " red coats " ivill do their w ok well. ? , We lhave heard great coniplaints about the filthy action of some bf the larrilin type ...

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THE QUEANBEYAN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

'rTHE QUEANWEYAN ELECTION. The iproceedings in Queanbeyai on Thurs day last, the.day appointed for taking the poll,` 'were of a very orderly character. Througlitut the'daythere was a steady going to andfro iof eledtors to the coiirt-house, for the.purpose of recording their votes. The number 'oL votes recorded at Queanbeyan wasgreatklr: than on any previous occasion, and it was nearly five o'clock before the ballot papers.were counted, and the result ascertained. On Friday morning about II o'clock a large ?rimber of Mr. Rutledge's supporters li6ceeded out of town to the foot of the Big Hill, where they. met the newly-elected member. A- cavalcade was formed, which arrived in.town:about half-past eleven, and ljtoceeding rouind the principal streets, gave a fewi liearty clieers; for Mr. Rutledge, and then drew up at the hustings. At the hour appoilinted the Rqtuidiig-Officer announced the'state ot the poll, as follows :-Rutledge, 5'2, ?odgkinson, 413,; Gale, 76; informal, '7; mij~i ity...

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

BREVITIES. BUTTriR Iis scarce in Goulburn. Threshing is in full:swing in the Goulburn district . Tlihe youtigsters of Goulburi have takei to flying kites: Polling day for Borugh Coutcil of Goul burn next Mo?day.,, SPrayers w(ere :.offered foi?rai?.?kinsome o:f the Goulburn chiifches :lisftiSuIdnaday;.? i We are relittbly -informed :tlihat a puiublic meeting ivill shortly :beheldj ii GoG?1burin in reference to the·SlSloe- streebtiburlqesqe??s :' The several paities are workingi hard.for thei candidates they are in favour of;f forthe Goulburn Borough Council[Sifi, f .:: 25 bushels to tlihe acie is the average yield 'of wheat in thie Echuca district :Viptoria; this season.: Tlihere are 30 entries receiyved for?the shoot ing competition to take'plaji e 'i or' Sattilrdy? n.f" for the, gold scarf pi~~n:'T li~l" ieandicaps will appear in our next issue." ;,: " A telegram frtom Newcastle ,states thatf the body of a: youthi;nained;White:was !found oi the Hekhamn SiQamp:last Saturday night in...

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ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

AHLrriE2 SPORSTS On Anniversary Day? siprts came off at Queanbeyan, wirh the following result : M1aiden Plate of 30;, Iz0o yards-A Scho-. fieldlIi; W.d Gaagher 2: W. Evians 3. Youths',.; Rade; 75 yaids; pr-ize, x5s. There were eight entran?ces for this race, which was woni by" W.; A. Beatty, with A. Schofield second' 0 , First.evendof Grand :Haiadicai; prize ,£4. C? Beatty, scratch,:I ,.WAthinson, :2. SPolly Handiciap Race; prize 60s. E. Land a cl~ in.iDe Muskag, 9st, zI; :J: O'Rouirke's .m; ?. Annie :Laurie, 8Sst;, 2; E. Laind's Lap wving, 7st, 3 ; W. Johnson' Marih. PiYouth's Race, i8 years and unider prize 20;:, G. A. McInnis,: i W. A. Beatty, 2; G. Parr ~3 Boys' Race, Izo years and under; first prize 7s. 6d., second prize, 2S. 6d. For this race there were seventeen. entries; the "wirners being M. Morton, R. Beatty, J. Cane, and T. Wilson" " Throwing at the wicket, prize los.; 49 enter d. J. Moran was the lucky man, he hivinig knocked down the'three stumps. , Pony Handicap; prize...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

THE duty of a journalist, if carried out, should be to impartially criticise all,affairs of a public nature, and advise when opportunity offers. On this occasion we accept. a task of perhaps not much importance at first' sight, but still of sufficient moment to war?'t us in laying a few facts before the public.that can be substantiated by published repirti, two of which we have before us-the Wagga Wagga and the Goulburn Hospitals-for last year. We purpose making a few remarks thereon, and will endeavour, if possible,.to suggest a remedy by which the funds of our local In stitution can be materially increased Wvithout aniy extra trouble on any single individual member of committee. By our blocal Hospital report'rwe find that the amount subscribed by the public towards its suipport last year was £J25; andduring the past fortnight (which, in the balance-sheet, is credited to the year) a sum was received makinig the total aimount under the head of subscriptions and donations of £238 14s...

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

Please Read This. IF YOU WANT YOUR TuTT .. "I"CO ._ Repaired Thoroughly and Effectually, TP RICH .. DSON' METOD O . 11 A RING AT IIIS MANUFACTORY, Al?~ N-STREET (Next Mechanics' Institute) ALL KINDS OP JEWELLERYl REPAIRED" ON •THE PREMISES. WATCH-ES FOR SALE, Of all descriptions, of our own make, from to £80. : FIRST-CLASS JEWELLERY. OR R E .!R . D R1l'. TIIE GREATEST WONDER1 oF MODERN TIMES? LONG experience has prove lcthe o s remedies to be most effectual in cring ci er the o? rous mailadies or the slilghter complaints s ich arete pirticularly in cidental to the life of aT niner, or se living in the bulsh. Occasional do.es. /,ess f s willuard the system againtst those evils wsoich soi o5on belct thee humani race. viz:--coeghls, colds oil el-Oisorothe liver ande reomael--thte fre out ferc *s of fever, dysentery, rliarrhla, and chi. Is tile illost effcectual remedy lor old sores, wounds, ulcers, rhelumatism. and all skis diseases : in fact, lihen used according to the pritied direct...

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY Ist. Before the Police.Magistrate, Mess s. Horsbrugh and Marsden J.P.'s. Thomas Horan alias Michael Nowlao, was charged with misbehaviour as a hired servant. Pleaded guilty. Constable Emerton deposed to having arrested the prisoner yesterday, at Lansdowne, by virtue of a warrant which he produced; he read the same to prisoner, who refused to walk, and was drunk at the time; prisoner said he was glad of it, as he could never get a settlement of his claim. Sidney Emanuel deposed that this was not the' first time the prisoner had misbehaved; when he was sober he behaved himself well; he did. not wish to press the case against him. The Bench having cautioned the prisoner, con. victed him of ill:behavionrv; and he was fined 10s. and 5o. 10d. costs, in default levy and distresd. IHawkers' licenses were granted to James Ah Loo. and Ah Fing. SoaLL DEBTS COURT. Johnson v. Mrs. Bullock. - Mr. Gannon, for defendant, objected o't?he grounds of defendant being a married woman i...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

* GOULBURN POLICE COURT. •'MoNDAY, JANUARY 31. BEFIORE. the, Police-Magistrate and. Mr. .Conolly, J.1. :Alfred Byrne was charged with being drunk and disorderly. Constable -Drummond proved the various offences;, and defendant not having anything to say for himself; was fined sos for.each offence; or 48 hours .in gaol. He :'! took it out. °William Dickson(a stranger) was charged with being drunk. and .disorderly. Plea- guilty, and for resisting the police in the execution of their duty, plea-lnot guilty. Constable Walker's evidence went to show that prisoner resisted him;, andl he had to call on, Mr. Lansdowne to ,assist :hiii: in holding the prisoner.: : . Thomas Lansdown. deposed that on Saturday night the prisoner wvas ini: custodiy of Constables Walker and Drummond, and he was very violent at the tinime' when he-was called to assist. . . .. ..: :- - ..Senior-sergeant Fenton stated that oi this occasion several citiiens assisted the police. 'The. Bench was glad to hear of it, anid...

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QUEANBEYAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

QUEANBEYAN NEWS. (.fom the Age.) MR. GALE left town before daylight on Wed nesday morning last with the object of pro ceeding.to Gundaroo, where he had arranged to address the electors.', After crossing the bridge over the Molonglo River and ascend ing the cutting, the mare he was riding fell heavily and came over upon her rider, inflict ing some ugly bruises and spraining his ankle. The mare returned to town, and after the lapse of about two hours was found by a mem ber of Mr.-Gale's.family at the back entrance to her 6owner's'premises. : Her shoulder and knees were much cut, which gave proof that she must have fallen very heavily, and natur ally created some alarm for the safety of the rider, to whose aid messengers were at once sent out. Meanwhile Mr. Gale, with very great difficulty and racked with pain, made the best of;his way towards home, as anxious as his friends to assure them of his compara tive safety. It took him nearly two hours to reach the town, where he was overtake...

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CURRAWANG COPPER-MINING COMPANY (LIMITED). [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

-JUtiAWANG COPPER-MINING COMPANY (LIMITED). THE half-yearly meeting of shareholders in the the Currawang Copper-mining Company (Limited) was held at Mr. George Sykes' Hotel, Currawang, on Wednesday evening last, the 26th January. Most of the shareholders were present; and the legal manager (Mr. J. W. Wombey) occupied the chair. The meeting was opened by the chairman reading the advertisement relating thereto. The Chairman having addressed the meet ing.in a few brief words, thanking them for the honor conferred upon him by placing him at the head of so influential a meeting as the present, asked them to give their attention to all business brought before the meeting. The roll being called, and the minutes of the last half-yearly meeting having been read and confirmed, The Chairman cilled on the secretary (Mr. F. R. Mannell) to head the directors' report and balance-shee for the past half-year, as follows:- - DIRECTORS' RsEeOe O ToIE UALF YEnAl EeDING JAN ARY 26T0r, 1881. Gentlemen,- ...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

Telegraphic(. Intelligence. *(FROMa OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] : YDNEY, TUESDAY. REDFERN Tenninus' presented a busy scene yesternight in dispatching visitor trains to the Dubbo demonstration. The ordinary mail train carried, a number of through passengers, a special train conveying about tliree hundred at twenty-five, minutes past ten. About 70 gentlemen proceeded in a ministerial train at a later hour. Both specials will arrive ait noon and the ceremony will then beperformed of declaring the line open by Sir John Robertson, and the Hon. F. B. Suttor, followed by procession of Friendly Societies. There will also be a banquet and free lunch and ball, with displays of fireworks. Yesterday, the Mayor with the city officers inspected a number of tenements reported to be unfit for habitation. The first was the Central Police Court, which they found to be very unhealthy. The Mayor considered that notice should be served on the Minister, in order that it might be pulled down or made habitable. A...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 February 1881

:::-. .ODDS AEND ENDS, Ir is reported that Mr. Hodgkinson, one.of the defeated candidates in the recent election at Qiueanbey)an, statedin the course of his address, that one of the retiring candidates, Mr. H-eaton, had dffered him a good billet, and I0oo cash in hand, to retire from the contest in his favour. . . On Thtirsday; evening.Ten?ora: ias visited by a h?lyey ,thunderstorm. The wind -blew vithi alhsm t hurricanieiviolehced and trees wvere snatpped off: short.I During the nlight there were several heavy:sli?rs of rain, bu it only laid the'idust, . :K (ennedy and party, Lower Lead, washed 140 loads for 14 oz. gold; Wilkes and party, :North Tynans, are washing ioo loads. This :.washing will. prove twenty claims payable or not. Horton's a5o loads from No. 4, Tynans, is looking -well in the machine:; .ten pieces, from' 3 grains to 6 dwts., were, picked out from the sluice boxes. :.:.;::: .. : . Twenty-six selections were taklen: up at the Cooma land:office last Thusirday!iand £7...

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

WVa unted, NURSE also, A HOtUSE AID. pply to MRs. INKNS, treot, TD; lo,\A .URS.pply ao ch.\IDCGb, vr BW aestedl. a LII, J4AER, and BRANDY BOT ES . pui-e, dd in quantities not less th 6 doz, dleliver, t, the Factory. JAMES OWLAN, Cliffobrl'reet, Goulburn. Wai ted. A RESEOTABLE IRL as General ?vant; - w ug given on; references equired. Apply, LD AMSTRALI N STORE. Wa ted, 'i00K an LAUNDRES ; also, RO DMAID Sand Assist in Ba Apply,/ l}s. Wr. NASB, Ilarp Hotel. BWanted, GENERAL SERVANT. ilhs. LE, SBolmoro-equare. V'an ted,, GOOD GENERAL SERVANT, Refreyl required. Mns. ROGERS,Sloae.sot WVanted, F GENERAL SERVANT; middloe.age pr Sferred. Apply, J. BYRNE, Co ner, Auburn-street, Goulburn. Wanted, - o T Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX EIH BOYS. - CHARLTES GILLESPI /Go~on. Wanted, ,]LGHIT OR NINE SMART BOYS A --- tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Fanry. ply WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-street. WOanted. SGOOD USEFUL GIRL. Apply atoe to hl s. TRICKER, Montague.str V TO LET, VILLA RESIDENCE--6 Roo...

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