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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 February 1881

GOULBURN QU I4Eý' I' 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 jargosi oiropltion of cny paper south of Sydney, and s a ,ret-cas a veA ghs 'med ji TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : 12s. per Annum, or 3s. per Quarter in Advance. Any subscriber wishing to decline the paper must do so at the endct qi the qunrters terlpina4sng in March, June, September, and Decem?lgr, . }. writing, or will be held responsible for the an?gp}. of their subscription. ADVERTISING TERMS : For the first inch of space, 2s. Gd.; for. everye: succeeding inch, s18. Advertisenents sent to Nle office without notifying the number qf illser(.ig?yp will be continued at advertisers' cost until an ordo is received to stop. Any person ordering on behalf of a committer the insertion of advertisements will be held respon sible for payment of the same. JOB PRINTING : The Evening Penny Post Steam Machine Prin...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Feb. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 February 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. ) LONDON, Feb. 3. THis evening, when the House of Commons re-assembled, the discussion on the second reading of the Irish Coercion Bill was re sumed, and the Irish members continued to persist in their policy of obstructing the busi ness of the House. This was brought under the notice of the Speaker,'and a formal reso lution that Mr. Parnell and his adherents, the obstructionists, be expelled from the Chamber, was carried by an overwhelming majority. This method of solving the diffi culty created a great sensation outside Par liament. LATER. In consequence of the disorderly conduct of the Land League members of the House of Commons, a motion for their expulsion was brought forward by the Right Hon. the Premier, who, in his speech, when moving it, declared that no means short of expulsion would suffice to meet the case. Upon the resolution being carried, a scene of unexam pled tumult occurred, and continued for a considerable time. Some of P...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 February 1881

THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. YESTEseDA', though unpleasant so far as the weather was concerned, may be considered a "red letter day" in the annals of the city of Goulburn-it !being the day appointed for the election of three aldermen for the city. From an early hour in the morning the com mittees of the various candidates were work ing most strenuously. Buggies and other vehicles could be noticed running hither and thither, having the placards of their candi date on the side, with their loads of precious freight, which were deposited at the several polling-places-the Council-chamber being the main centre of attraction. This being the polling-place for the Centre Ward. was pre sided over by Mr. T. S. Russell, with Mr. W. Shannon as poll clerk. The polling-place for the North Ward was at Mr. E. Fishet's, Grafton-street, where Mr. Whitehead was the returning-officer and Mr. R. Sasse poll-clerk. The polling-place for the South Ward was at the iron store of Messrs. P. G. Myers & Co., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 February 1881

SYDNEY CUP, APRIL 20tT, 1881. No, 1 CONFERENCE--500 Subscribers at One Sov. Each, DISTRIBUTIO : First Horse .............. ......2 0 Second Horse ........ .......... ... 00 Third Horse .. ......... ........... 50 Other Starters (divic d) ............ 50 Non-Starters (divi d)............. 50 INTENDING SU CRIBER e requested to forward their plications for Shares as early as possible, in order to allow the DRAWING for HORSES to be carried out if possible by the 1st of April. Country applications by letter must be accom panied by stamped. envelops bearing sender's ad dress, also where cheques are sent exchange must be added. HENRY PAYTEN, Royal Hotel. Goulburn. SIANDELSON'S HOTEL, GOULBUYN. THE undersigned begs r pectfully t inf 4rm the public that he has r opened th abovay Hotel, and that no effort shall wanting ? hi part to restore to the Hotel th prestige it oeld 6r so many years when conduotes y the late I " landelson. J IIN JESSOP, Proprietor. Baths, Private Suites of Rooms, Night-...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 February 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COUR0T. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7. BEFORE the Police-Magistrate. John F. Collins was charged with drunken ness, and being his first offence, was dis charged with a caution. Alexander Cockburn and Hugh Kennedy were charged with larceny. Constable Drummond deposed; On Satur day night, at a quarter to nine o'clock, I was on duty in Auburn-street ; I saw the prison ers, and when they got in front of Mr. Oliver's shop, I saw Kennedy put up his hand and take a coat (produced) off a hook; he gave it to the prisoner Cockburn; Ken nedy went straight along the footpath ; I then arrested the prisoner Cockburn, and brought the coat back to Oliver for identifi cation; prisoner Kennedy might have been the worse for drink, Cockburn was perfectly sober at the time; I then locked the prisoner up; about a quarter to eleven I arrested Kennedy at Osborne's Hotel; he denied all knowledge of the affair. To prisoner Kennedy: I am not mistaken as to you being the person; I distinctly saw you take ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN GAS AND COKE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 February 1881

GOULBURN GAS AND COKE COMPANY. THE. half-yearly meeting in connection with the above, which had been several times postponed, was held in the office of the com pany last evening; the chair being occupied by Mr. W. Davies. The proceedings were commenced about eight o'clock by the chairman mentioning that the object for which they had been called together was to elect directors in the room of those who had either resigned or retired; ahd unless they filled up the vacancies thus caused, those at present in office would not feel justified in continuing to act. Mr. C. Gillespie mentioned that he had a certain objection to signing the bond, and had intimated such to the chairman; and did not wish the shareholders to be misled by thinking that he had done so. There was a misiinderstanding in reference to the matter; and Mr. Betts had signed the document in stead of himself. Mr. A. M. Betts wished to say that he came forward as.a candidate for the director ship only after repeated requests ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 February 1881

Wanted, A COOK and LAUNDRESS. Re?~ences in. dispensable. Apply to Mns. C LDWELL, Togleside, Bradley-street. SGood Fencers / .,%7 AN' IMMEDIATLLY. Ap S. AN UEL, Lansdowne. Wanted, A T Kippilaw, A GIRL to be generally 4 ul; A must be accustomed to children. A y to Mns. ANDREW CHISHOLM, Kilmorey, rn. Wanted. . GENERAL SERVANT, Apply to MRs. A J. LEAMY, Farmers' Hotel, Who~ ad. Wanted, AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX o EJG T A BOYS.' CHARLES GILLESPIE, Goulbn. Wanted, EIGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as A?en J tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factor . ply WOOD & CO'S., Auburn street. TO LET, ON Terms, 2000 EWES. Apply * SJOBSON, Riggsdale. TO LET, ) S.ROOMED COTTAGE in Decean.stree? ;hree Slargo tanks on premises. Apply t . M. RLSSELL, Old Australian Store, Auburn.st' et. STO LET, A DET? D COTTAGE in Citizen.s reet, Scon ip 6 rooms, also large kitoh and two rooms a back, stable, sheds, under round tanks, large garden of 2 acres all plant d with trees i J. P. CO PER. Fifty Pounds Rew ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 February 1881

OROOKWELL Agricultural and Pastoral Association. THIRD ANNUAL SHOW 10th & 11th March, 1881. President-J. W. BRAY Esq., J.P. Vice-Presidents- G. D. HAY Esq., J.P., H. Cann Esq. Treasuser-S. L. Cox Erq., J.P. Schedule of.,Prizes: SECTION A.-HORSES. BLooD HORSES, - Clars 1.-Stallionse 3 yrs and over, 1st .. prize .. ;..... ...... ..... 1 10 0 2nd prize, highly commended certificate , 2.-9Mares, 3 yres. and over lst prize 1 10 0 2nd prize, highly commicnded.', certificate , 2A.-Colt, 2 yrs:, lei prize .e...:..1 1 0 2nd prize; highly coimmended , 2n : illie` 2 yrs' liet prize .1 1 0 2nd prize, highly` conimendcd 'certificate , 3.--Yearling, (special 'by F:i Sheji. e. rd' Esq ....... . . 1 0 ~ 4.-Best foal by'Tartar (s ipeial by' ,: F.- Shepherd Esq.) 1 1 0 : ; -Stallions, 3 yrs.. and over, ist:.,'. prize ......: ........... I 10 0 2nd p.ize, highly commended'; certificate 6.-Marea, 3 yr. and over,. 1st i es 1 0 0 2nd prize, highly commended certificate , 7.-Fillies;r 2 yrs ,lst p...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 February 1881

BREVITIES. ELEF'riON of Mayor tomorrow. "Fine weathler once more prevails. ,.The sainple of wheat from the Crookwell district this season is very, fine, :...: .:` The iimunicipal street-roller.came. to grief this morifing iilmAlkirn-street. ' ,Large quantitie' of wheat aire arriving, and being tmransmitted to Sydney.? :, `iLook outfor-: Valetintes;. onii Monday neixt. Tlihey're about. We hear from aireliable source that oneof the Goulbui'?aldermen has resigned. Ciricket iMatch; coinbinedi fifteen v. Goul burn;, is being'arranged fori next Saturday. The impedimients in tleivay of Baiter and Mc Farlane meeting not yet surmounted. If practice makes perfect, a woioan slihold certainly be perlfect .irn-tilking....;_ .... On Sunday night, April 3, the census will be taken all over the colony., The 'l recent rains haveli caused a great spring in the pasture of the Goulburn district. Th'lonmas Carl}'le, the:distinguiishad'iauthor, is" dead. I-Ianlana is favoiHte ?oi thf e l??' boat-rice at ...

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CANBERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 February 1881

CANIEoRRA . (Fron a Corr s£ion)deiit. ) CANIERIR is a. delightfuilly-situated place, eight miiles. from. Qiueanbeyan, on- the high road froinm that place to Yass. It is on the; estate of'Geo. 'Campbell, .Esq., the house and grounds"of which are known as Duntroon; This is one of t'he fines't eatesiii this part` of the bcouitry .' he piobipriet ? ias'been. absent .for the last: five years, on a' tour through Europe; b jut rumour states that he is expected back in 'rthe. colony in, a :.few: months; and the old hands .arey looking for his return with pleasure- The 'young gentle man who is in chahre (Frederick: Campbell, Esq.,) is held in high esteem by the eniployes and residents. There is a small store here, the proprietor of which conducts the.- liostal :business, and he is a very gentleimanly; obliging man ihe iwas formerly-an old ,residerit of Goulbiurn ! There is a very pietty iEnglish',Chui'ch and also a Public School in this place:'1 he Rev. - Smith lihas done duty here for miany...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Feb. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 February 1881

* CABLE. MESSAGES. , (From Sydney Daily Papers, i LONDON,. Feb. i 7. ALITHOUGH no understanding has, yet ibeen arrived at between Turkey and Greece upon the various points which will 'probably. form the subject of negotiations at Constantinople.. at an early date, it'is rumoured that theiatti tuide bofthe. Greek Government and people is less warlike, and the tone of the .Press be 'oniing much. more moderate, than for sonime tine past. [The Irish Coercion Bill which has been introduced by Mr. Forster into the House of Commons, is exciting much hostile commlent aming,tlhe extreme Radical sections of. :the community, and 'in an especial degree a~mong the Irish resident in England. : Numerous meetings have been'ield inr .London and the provinces denouncing they bill and calling upon the Government to take' proiiiiptmieasures to reform the'existing'rlaid. laws. :' . . Simultaneously with the decrease in the numbeYrof; otrages wiichl has beei , inoticed of late,. signs,are.apparent of a d...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 February 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (From a Coi?espondent., :' THE weather has been,very cold forthe ;last few days, especially Sunday. and :iMonday, when it was more like winter than ;:sumimer. It commenced raining on Wednesdayv::last and lias continued steadily ever.:since.: The grass is beginning to look fresh and green;, eand there.is every prospect.of.plenty, df feed fdr the winter.'. Sudden:Death .--On Friday morning last a' young- man named, Brown, cook. at Mr: :A Cunnirighiam's:of Lanyon; was found dead on his bedroom i:floor.:i >It ? appears ;that the:- de: ceased had only thei: day previous arrived from. Sydney, and n the following inorning arose and had actually commenced, his ,labors, but ohily to show himself outside the;kitclhen, and in less thai hIalf-aI-hour after he was 'lound deead. Dr. Morton (the coroner) was at once sent for,,and an inlquest was held on the body, and thej uryireturned: the folloiving'" verdict: -; We find that Thollmas Briwn died ,fr6iio natural coirplaints. Acciden...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 February 1881

; ARiL TA M E:N TAýR Y. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY. 8. IN theLegislative Assembly, . Mr. Thomas Rutledge took the oaths and lis seatias'ii membfierifor the: electoral district of Qiieanbeyatrn., :. ?2 Mr. Sneaker intimated that the Elections and Qualifications Co mmittee would "meet on ii hursday a't noon., .. "";: _ ' ''-i :,Amongst 'the petitions i presented, was one by" 'Mr. 'Ryrie" from' miners atr A aluen'ini suppoit of the No-Liability Mining Companies Mr. Ga:rettblrought upthe Berrinma Coal Miningii:Company's Railvay Bill; whiclih was rea' afiirst time. * S,::Mr. Garrett:obtained leave to introduce a bill to amend and consolidate,the ,laws refat ingtio newspapeis i'and-` other" periodical publications,. .and i the billi was ' subsequently' :brought up and read a' first time. -The No-Liability Mining: Companies'Bill vasreadi athird time and passed, ind it' iwas ordered that it be transmitted to the :Legisla tive Council for its concurrence. i'Mr. iCameron moved i.esolutions affirming -...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 February 1881

Church of England Working IMen's Literary Association, THE weekly meeting of the above society was held as usual on Monday evening last, the attendance of members being only fair. The Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Irvine, M.A., occu pied the chair. After the reading of the minutes and the disposal of other, preliminary business, one person was nominated for membership. 'The special business of the evening was a competitive: recitation,., the piece selected being "The. Spanish: Cham pion " and the prize a certificate of :merit, The adjudicators appointed were, the -Rev. D'Arcy Irvine and Messrs., Lansdowne and Meyer, and the following members competed : -Messrs. H. Pursehouse, H. Horn, H. Pinn, G. Chambers, and D. Clifford. After hearing the , different competitors render the piece the, judges awarded the prize to' Mr. D. Clif ford, Mr. H. Horn securing second honors.. It was then announced that the business for next Monday evening would consist of a de bate-`" Should public men be influenced by...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 February 1881

(rbun : ouii corr:eiesoide?lt. ) T1ir BruceAuction which wilto hve been', held tlhis imonth in 'aid of :the fuids'of the Wesleyan mChurchih as been postponed until next month. Thel date':upon' whicGit is 'td take' place ~ill ibe ~otified by advertisement. Althoughlthe auction is postponed the receiv ing of donation~i &c asnot.~is n:!ii?t- committee vill gladly, receive4'anything that their'friends a.fe li posed' to offer toeairos nmakikng: the aifant afijnncia7 ucce. :44 -'Onp :4esay apd WYedgceday nilits: the h' pgon ;:farnily piefforn ed in .lie jairg room opposite Mi', B1ean's Hotel; J'heir aidience$ were hliighly delightedl wiv? the aiteirtainmpnt providedi both, as. regards squality rnd:d quan: The corki at thle new bsnk is being' pro ceeedr; ith `most vigorously; .'the' late wet veaih?r. of course :retardi ngthe ork some what. The cotraiictors, Messrs. Dowb and H-utchinson, evidently are determined to get the work off hand as soon as possible. The.members of the Wesley...

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TREVELYAN! CHAPTER XXVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 February 1881

TREVELYAN ! CHAPTER XXVlII. Lord Adlowe paused a few moments by the gap in the Park wall, and gazed after the wagon in which Giralda sat bound, a helpless prisoner, as Haskins drove briskly on his way toward the bluff cottage. Then the scheming profligate entered the Park grounds, anld strode briskly up to the mansion: He sauntered into the drawing-room with a leisurely air, and sat down by the table in the chair he had before occupied. The Marquis, was still seated before the fire,"but he turned' around with an uneasy look at the entrance of his nephew. ' Strange ! this sudden illness of ,Giralda !' said the old lord, with a stifled sigh, his blackl eyes gathering gloom. 'Poor: child ! There, can, of course, be no impropriety in my going up to see her ! I am old enough to be 'her grandfather. She may need a doctor-' ' Nonsens'~' uncle Trevelyan !'. laughed Lord Adlowe. `'Your. adopted' niece is probably homesick-nothing more I' The Marquis looked still more disquieted. ' Homesick i...

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Goulburn Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 February 1881

Goulburn Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM BINDA, at 3 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Boro, at midnight daily, Saturday excepten Braidwood, miduight daily, Saturday exceptcd 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 Canberra, 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 Cosma, 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 i.m. on Tuesday and Friday Fullerton, at 8 p.m. on Monday and Friday Gininderra,' at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Golspie, at 4 p.m. on Monday and Friday Gundaroo, at 1.15 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted Gunn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 February 1881

SYDNEY CUP, APRIL 20'rc, 1881. No. 1 CONFERENCE--500 Subscribers at One Sov. Each. DISTRIBUTION: First Horse .......... .................. 25 Second Horse ......... ... .. .... 1 Third Horse ............. .......... 0 Other Starters (divided) ............. 50 Non-Starters (divided)............... 50 INTENDING SUBSOCR ERS are quested to forward their applic ions for S res as early as .pssible, in order to hlow the IAWING for HORSES to be carrie out if possible by the lst of April. Country applications by letter must be accom panied by stamped envelope bearing sender's ad. dress, also where cheques are sent exchange must be added. HENRY .PAYTEN, Royal Hotel. Goulburn. I.ANDELSON'S HOTEL GOULBURN. THE undersigned begs respectf s y to iuf m the public that he has re open the abs e Hotel, and that no effort shall be wan l'sg on h part to restore to the Hotel the prestie it held orso many years when conducted by th late Mr. Iandelson. JOHN ESSOP, roprietor. Baths, Private uites of Rooms, ...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 February 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS, HIAVING been asked so often recently when the new. Post and Telegraph Offices would be completed, we inspected the building iii progress yesterday,, and can now give. our opinion thit it jwill takd fully three molinths before it can b'e handed over, althofigh''there are several rooms that could le goot ready in a couple'of- seeks:.;: The 'plastering work is being pushed forward with fair. 'rapidity, and those portions that are completed reflect the highest credit ?on" the contractor. We have heard rumours to the effect that the Inspector'of Wosiks is not altogether satisfied with some portions: of the w.ork ; but com petent mechaisics state that no' fault can' be reasonably fofndd with.any of it. The passengers by the traini on Saturday night last,:whenriwithin about :four miles of Albuiy got a great frighlt, tlrouiglitliet frai bumping .against' soniething .which : nearly caused a capsize. The; enginewas -stopped immediately afterwards, and itivas then found that fo...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 February 1881

GOULBURN. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, FEu3ARYA'?R o . : :BEFOIRE the Police IMagistrate, Thomas.Geoghan'was brought up chaii ge with being of unsound mind. Constable Drummond deposed tl arresting the prisonei, who. has been: carrying on, in. a strange manner anid had beein going into several places ipurcha?ing goods ;h le .believed him to be of unsbund mind.; he ,.was `wild and 'incoh&erent in his manner;: lie; went into Mr. Doherty's yesterdayandtook merschlauni pipe f he did not appear as -having :indulged in liquor.; heý had 'been .guilty; of seveiral curious freaks lately. Senior Constable Emerton deposed': When the prisoner was'ieceived in custody yester: day evening he was very poisy :hed stripped himself naked all but his shirt he 'iasked for .food, which was supplied him, and he con-' tiaued strange all-night; .I believe him to be of unsound mind he' wasn'not under the influence of drink but w'as very excited. Remanded for seven days for mie'dical ex amination. Elizabeth...

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