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A FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 3 February 1881

A FATAL ACCIDENT. QUITE a gloom was over the town yesterday, when intelligence reached the place that Mr. Alexander Kinghorne had met with an accident that resulted in his death. The deceased gentleman was in town on Tuesday, and left at about six in the evening to go home, on horseback, and when approaching the crossing at Baw Baw about half way   between Goulburn and Maxton, where the deceased gentleman resided, here were some teams that were about to cross at the same time, and in order to pass them, Mr. Kinghorne had to go a little on one side, when his horse made a jump and went on one side a little; the rider fell on the animal's neck, and before he could recover himself he was pitched on his head on the ground; and was, apparently stunned. The teamsters rendered assistance, and sent for Dr. Morton, who, on reaching the spot found the unfortunate man lying in an insensible condition on the, bank, and after having him removed to his. residence, at Maxton, Dr. Gentl...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

Southern Building S iety. A DVANCES MADE on FRE LD L and BUILDINGS by t bove upon LAsr TEVMS OF REPAYM. r. For particulars apply to P. G. MYERS, Ma ager. ]MIANDELSON'S HOTEL, GOULBURN. THE undersigned begs respectfully to ufor o public that he has re opened the 3 ay-I el, and that no effort shall be wanting on e p t to restore to the Hotel the prestige it held for many years when conducted by the late Mr. Ma elsou. JOHN JESSOP, Proprietor. Baths, Private Suites of Rooms, Night-Porter, &o., &o. Bungendore Annual Races, MARCH, 1881. M AIDEN PLATE of £20, with a sweep of 30 -L each, for all maiden horses at time of entrance; penalties for winning jsfter entrance- once, 5 lbs ; twice or more, 7 Ibs ; one mile and a quarter round the course; one event; weight for age; sweep to go to second horse; one sovereign will nominate. Declaration of forfeit of nomination to be made to the Secretary on or before the night of general entry, otherwise owner will be held liable for ent...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

GUNNING. (From our Correspondent.) THE dry weather has at last broken up, and the long needed showers have set in. On Wednesday afternoon several thunder showers passed over and around Gunning, and to-day, Friday, the rain has fallen almost continuously from about two o'clock up to the time of writing, nearly nine, with every appearance of continuing. SOur new Post and Telegraph-offices are now almost completed, and will be shortly opened for busines. The fence which is to be erected round the building is as yet only on paper; there being no sign of timber or anything else on the ground. There is a great deal of sickness in this district at present; but fortunately a medical man has located in the town. Mr. James has finished his survey for the water supply, and will shortly lay the restilt before the government. It now remains for the townspe6ple to keep the matter moving until the work is carried out, and the water brought into the town. If the work is not now commenced, the chanc...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

GOULBURNI ITEMS. WE have received the first annual report of the society for boarding out destitute children for the year i88o, and notice that for the year 57 children have been placed in families in various districts chiefly in the country, of whom four have been reclaimed by their relatives, and have thus ceased to be charge able to the State. Only one death has occurred during the year. Of those still out a few are partially paid for by their relatives, and the rest are paid for by the Government at the rate of 5s. per week for children over three years and 7s. for those under that age. The report speaks highly of the class of persons applying for these children, and in every district that a child is placed a lady visitor is appointed, and once a quarter a report of each child's condition is furnished to the committee. The report, after stating the various work accomplished, winds up by expressing a wish that Parliament will devote alarger amount towards the object the com mitte...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

BREVITIES. ELECTORS! On Monday hurry to the poll and-scRATcH. The clock in the court house is stopped. The railway was opened to Albury on Thursday. There will be a full choral service at St. Saviour's pro-Catheral to-morrow. On Monday next, between the hours of eight and three, the town should be lively, for then the ratepayers will be rolling up. On Tuesday and Wednesday next, the En glish Ballad Company give two concerts in the Goulburn Mechanics' Institute. A man named Robt. Jennings was found on Wednesday last in the Walgett district after being three days lost without food or water. The Murrumbidgee Turf Club have de cided to have one day's meeting instead of two, and the date fixed for the same is April Ist. A lad died on Thursday last at Stanhope, Queensland, from the effects of a bite of a death adder. The blacks in some parts of Queensland are becoming very troublesome. They are not only spearing cattle, but in some cases white men. The body of a woman named Perth was foun...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SATURDAY, FEB. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

COIMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, SATURDAY, FED. 5. BUSINESS is dull, owing to the very wet weather experienced, but there can be no doubt that orders will come in now that the 4th of the month is tided over, as soon as weather and roids will admit of such. Wool.-There has been a few loads pass through the town during the week ; but the most of it has been sent on to the Metropoli tan market. Hides.-The demand for these keeps good. The prices are the same as reported by us last week, from 6s. to ros. Sheepskins.-These are readily quitted at current rates. There are several good buyers open to take any quantity, and from our ex perience we can advise selling in the local market. Wattlebark.-The demand for tlhis is hardly as good; but any lots in good condition can find purchasers.in our local tanners, at froim 50s to 57s 6d per ton. Wheat.-The arrivals have increased during the week, and we notice that the samples of grain are better than we anticipated. In the local market 3s 9d per bushel ...

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BINDA [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

!BINDA (From our correspondent.) THE WEATHER.-This is all that could be desired ; after a rather long spell of hot and dry weather we are now being favoured with a splendid rain. On Friday the 28th January we had a continuation of heavy storms, the rain falling at some times in torrents; we then had a few very warm days, but on Wednesday the rain clouds began to thicken and gather overhead. At about 4 p.m. we had a heavy storm and again at about 7 30 it commenced in good earnest and continued raining for the best part of the night. During Thursday night it rained very heavily, and at the present time (Friday 4th. Feb.,) the rain is still descending with every appearence of a con tinuation. Already the grass is beginning to shoot [and in places looks quite green. The prospects for the winter are at the present time bright. Our hearts should be filled with thankfullhess to him who provided food for both man and beast. Cricket.-A match was played at Binda on Saturday, 29th January, bet...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, Gunning. 22nd February. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

AT THE POLICE OFEICE, Gunning. 22nd February. Lot A, 59 acres, county of King, parish of Kildare, on the left bank of Handy's Creek and adjoining 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 Douglas' condi tional purchase portion No. 124 of 60 acres. Lot C, 40 acres, county of King, parish of Lampton, on the right bank of Hunie's Creek and adjoining the west boundary of portion No. i i-i of 40 acres. Lapsed conditional purchase of Owen Tully. Lot D, 40 acres, county of King, parish of Winduella, at .ahe north-east corner of James Christy junior's portion of 30 acres. Upset price, zI 5s per acre.

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, SATURDAY, THE Ministerial party returned from Albury yesterday afternoon. The Madras and Penang Cable is interrupted. Steady rain fell throughout the whole of last night, and still continues. The foundations of the great hall in the City Town Hall being laid bare, shows 't most disgraceful state of affairs. The super structure overhangs the foundations in a most alarming manner. The rubble is of the worst description that could be introduced. The general opinion is that the whole affair will have to be pulled down. A shark measuring ten feet in lenigth, was caught in the harbour yesterday. The inquest on Bechet's fire has been further adjourned till Tuesday next. An accident occured on the northern rail way line, near Muswellbrook, on Thursday night. Seven trucks and a van ran into a cavity caused by the washing away of a quantity of ballast. Great damage has been done, but no injury to life. A heavy storm has been experie...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE LAND OFFICE, GOULBURN, On Wednesday, 16th February. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

CROWN LAND SALES. AT 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 Fenwick's conditional purchase portion No. 92 and adjoining the west boundary of Win. Lock junior's con ditional purchase portion No. IO2 of 40 acres each. Lot B, 90 acres, 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 62 acres. Lot C, 49 acres, county Argyle, parish Uringalla, Lon the main south road from Goulburn to Sydney, and lying about half a mile southerly from E. Carrigan's portion of 60 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 128o acres. Lot E, 33 acres 2 roods, county Argyle, parish Uringalla, at Campbell's Flat, on the track to Marulan, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

WILLIAM DAV ES AND CO. Clearin -out Sal of Costumes. ('HILDREN' PIQUE COS UMES from is. d. SFANCY JEA DITTO, trimmed embr idery and richly braided, fr 4s iid GIRLS' and MAI ' DITTO, braided and kilt d, 6s iid LADIES' RICH ATTEEN, JEAN, and CA\ RIC COSTUMES CONSIDERABLY BELO COST PRICES. ' RE NANTS-REMNAN -REM ANTS ! The ACC MULATED REMNANTS from TH LATE SAL, CLEARING OUT AT HALF-PRI 'E. WILLIAM DAVIES AND CO. ALEXANDER BUSHMAN (Late of the Australian Store) H'AS pleasure in. informing the gentlemen of Goulburn and vic' ity '- that he has SECURED THE PREMISES Lately occupied as the Argus Office & Book Sto e, and purposes OPENING THEM IN A FEW WEEK as a FIRST- CLASS TAILORIN AND OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT. It is his intention to keep goods of a SUPERIOR ORDER ; and hopes by strict attention to the wants of customers, to merit a share of patronage. AUSTRIAN CHAIRS! SAVE YOUR MONEY BY BLYINGI YOUR CHAIRS at ' O. FURNER AND SO S', Sloane & Bradley Strect . A LARGE -STOCK OF...

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TREVELYAN! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

TREVELYAN ! Giralda shivered as with cold. She hiad not thought before that such an interpretation could be put upon her stay at the"Park;': :' The Lady. Beatrice kniew very;vell .what she was about when she sent you here,"' ob served Adlowe, coairsely: ,' By the:by,i Miss Giraldai, 'where is this hidden home of yours? Where does your father, this noble Countiof Arevalo, this Spanish Grandee, live ?' 'You will sufferme to go on to the house,' said Giralda, arisinig with diginity, lier clear dark cheeks strangely pallid. You can certainly have nothing more to say to me, Lord Adlowe i' . ' But I have something more to say to you,' said Adlowe, his anger rising. Shall I. say it here, or before my uncle ?' Giralda resumed her seat. 'You do not seem to be aware of, the deadly peril menacing your father,' continued Adlowe-' ot the scandal that will :tear ;in shreds the hitherto spotless fame of the.Lady Beatrice Hamptonof the disgrace .of your brothers ! Lord Hampton, your granidfather, i...

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Goulburn Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

Goulbuxn Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GO00LBURN FROM BINDA, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Boro, at midnight daily, Saturday excepten Braidwood, midnight daily, Saturday excepted Breadalbane, at 1.15 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted Bungendore, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and . Friday Bungonia, at 1.7 a.m. daily, Monday excepted Canborra, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Carrick, at 2.29 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted Collector, at 1.15 a.m.on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Coomsa, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday; and 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Crookwell, at 8 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Currawang, at 0.30 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Curraweela, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Dalton, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday and Friday Fullerton, at 8 p.m. on Mondlay and Friday Gininderra, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Golepie, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Gnndaroo, at 1.15 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

The Treasury, New South Wales, 17th January, 1881. Contracts for the Public Service. FORAGE FOR THE POLTOICE. 1 OTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will be - received at this Office 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 e1st April, 1881, uponi 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 d liver,within fourteen day from the usual notific tlcuriof acceptance, a b d to Her Majesty for curing such performa otherwise the Tende w 1 not be taken into s oration. SShoul the and not be execu o d nd delivered within the s id term of fourteen da s f m date of notification ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

ON Monday next the ratepayers will be called upon to elect three aldermen to represent the centre, north, and south wards of the Goul burn municipality; and in choosing these, there are many things to be considered. All sectarian feeling should be cast aside, and the merits of each particular candidate should be well weighed by the ratepayers. We have said before that new blood was wanted in the council, and we can only repeat it now, on the grounds that fresh men have fresh ideas; and these may lead to more practical mea sures being carried out. We do not accuse the present members of the Council of wast ing the funds of the borough or city en trusted to their care; but we have noticed that many works have been left undone, or done in such a tedious manner as to cause inconvenience to the public, simply because they were in the first instance carried out in anything but a business-like manner. And although the remarks made by this journal from time to time may have been felt to be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

Ten Shilli s Rew rd. OST, the 28th January, LARGE BLA IK PATENT EATHER AG, from Royal Ho 1, Goulburn, or rom Braid ood coach, containi? adies' and Child un's Cloth ng. Apply, T. W. J COB EsQ, Aub rn-s"treet Goulburn; or, RE R. JOHNSON, Wesley n Minister, Braidwo d. .I PLANS DRAW OR ANY KIND of BUILDINGS. Es imates given. Terms moderato. Parti lar apply, J. J. LE - No. 3, Grafton Terrace, Go burn. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1881. WVan eCl, A USFUL GIRL, to ssist in the h eseheold. Hill. pply to Mis: MA TIN, Fairvi v, Church / Want, / YOUII about 15 as n? Apprenti/e to the Wat makiug. W. . RICH RDSON, Watchma or, &e. ) W'ante , A TY LITTLE GIRI to min a baby'. A ns. J. J. LEE, No. Graftoi Terrace. - V sted, A GEN RAL SE VANT for the untry, a Sfew iles from V?agga Wagga. Apply, for particular, to MRs. G AKELL, Auburn-street. , Vai ee,, " TO IREN, A HOUSE for a te of years, in or ner town ; seve rooms a$d kitchen. / 7. BUTLER. ---aýan ed, G NERAL SERV NT. Appl to Mos. . CASPERS. S -W...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

ODDS AND ENDS, THE death of an almost centenarian was recorded in the Newcastle district on Tuesday last. Mrs. Jane Mack, a Scotchwoman, died, aged 99 years and io months. The old lady was in the full possession of all her faculties up to the time of her death. The number of visitors at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Inner Domain, during the twenty-four days ot January on which it was open to the public, amounted to r1,845, or an average of 494 daily. On New Year's Day the attendance: reached 2242, and on Anniversary Day 2352. The total number of visitors recorded since the opening of the Gallery, on the 22nd September last, has been 41,217. The friends of the Bishop'of Sydney will be glad to hear that his progress towards re covery is satisfactory. His walking powers have much improved, and he is able to sit out of doors. On Monday, for the first time, he took a short drive. During the height of the storm which raged around Braidwood last Friday, the lightning struck an immens...

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Temora. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

Temora. THE escort left on Wednesday morning with 1676 oz. 6 dwts. i6 grs. of gold. The Bank of New South Wales sent 978 oz. 17 dwts. 4 grs., and the A.J.S. Bank sent 697 oz. 9 dwts. I2 grs. This, considering that we have no water for miningpurpbses,is very good.--An important case came before the magistrates to-day-that of Mack v. Garrett, trespass on a water right. The Bench, in inflicting a penalty of £5, with, all costs, told the defend ant they had taken the whole evidence, if he chose to go for a proliibition.-Letters have been received from Mr. Nicholls, of Mel bourne, stating that some of the best men in Melbourne are coming over to see about water supply and mining investment.-Monow and party, on Tynan's reef, got a 91z oz. nug get, and it is reported that a 98 oz. nugget was got a few weeks back, and the find kept dark.-Magnificent stone was got again to day in Burke's reef, and the casing yielded highly payable prospects. Excitement is in creasing in the neighbourhood. Th...

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Letter from Trickett. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

Letter from "Trickett. IN a letter received by Mr. F. W. Hill, of this city, from Edward Trickett, dated from The Bells, Putney, December 8, Trickett says:-" I dare say you will have thought me very unkind for not writing before this, but really I have been so miserably unhappy that I did not care to write, more especially as I had nothing but bad news to send. I have been very ill. I got a violent cold in my back and kidneys on the i8th of last month, when I was kept at the post ready to start in one of the heats of the Hop Bitters Regatta. I never got over it. When I went out to start next day I took cramps in my arms and could not pull at all, and was very ill from the ef fects of that right up to the time I had to pull Ross. However, I rowed him down. We went through Hammersmith Bridge with only two feet difference between us, and when he got a lead of three lengths he tried to jam me on the pier, and nearly succeeded in doing so.. When he got away again I was coming on to him i...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 February 1881

POLICE COURT. Before the Police-Magistrate and Messrs. Wright, Byrne, and Cartwright. Cornelius Grady was summoned for using obscene language. Mr. Parr appeared for the defence. Fined ,3 and costs. John Sims was charged with throwing a rotten egg into the passage of the Royal Hotel. After hearing the evidence, which was rather lengthy, the bench dismissed the case. A lad named Stewart Lee then appeared to answer a similar charge. Fined /a, or fourteen days' imprisonment. Patrick Green, for havlng made use of ob scene language, pleaded guilty, and was fined sos, with 5s 6d costs. John Sims, charged with a like offence, was fined 2os, with 5s 6d costs. The following appeared as advertisements in the Age, addressed to the Editor: ' Sir,-Mr. J. Henniker Heaton asked me to ascertain from Mr. Percy Hodgkinson whether he .would retire in. his favousr for a sum of £'oo, cash down, and a billet. SSAMUEL DAVIS, Publican. Sir,-As Mr. J. Henniker Heaton has seen fit to give a denial to Mr. Hodg...

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