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TREVELYAN! CHAPTER XXIX. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

TREVELYAN ! CHA'PTER XXIX. THE observations of Detective Rush, in re ý,gard to the Lady Beatrice Hampton, had been correct. The Earl's daughter had openly quitted Hampton House, on an ostensible .visit to friends in the country, and had made -her way, by a circuitous route, to Limely, where she had found the pony carriage ard faithful old coachman from the Evergreens iii waiting for her. Assuring herself that she Swas not watched or followed from the station, she had set out directly for the hidden home. As'the carriage neared its destination, and the old coachman prepared to get down from his box, the wide ga'e of the Evergreens swung open on its well-oiled hinges, and, as :/they passed through, it closed noiselessly be hind them. The hour was between sunset and dusk. It had been light out in the pleasant street, but a soft obscure twilight reigned here under the thick-spreading firs, larches, and pines. '-The Lady Beatrice bent a quick, searching glance into the brooding shadows, ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

' 1oulburn Prices Current; F'tlou di`e e,-i?-. 10s. per ton; Seconds, £10 10?. lheat~ 3 :9d per bushel iBread; 3d. to 31d, per 2-lb. loaf Oats, 2s. Od. to 2s. 2d. per bushel . Maize, 2s. Od. to 2s 2d per bushel :Bad;le?, 2s. Gd. -to 2s 8d per bushel Ha;a, 2 10o to £3 2s Gd per ton-. .= Strawo, 30s. per ton . i Potatoes, ?new, £3 to £3 2s, Gd, per ton Bacon, 4d.,perlb: Ilansw, 8d. per lb. Buhi?i, fresh, to'10d: toH?id poe'i ib:.' sal; 4d. !?i.d, 3d. per lb. Eggs, lO. to ls lper dozen' U/heese, 4d. pe lb '' 'Bran,; Is:to-ls.:'d1 per;bushel ! ;i, !Polldrd;, Is. per btishel 'Onions, 4s. Gd.: to 5s;. per oywt. ::,:; ..4 , ... lat. JJ'et/ers, prime 5s. to 6s. 9d., Stoie' Wetoers, 5so Store 'e,W8 4s- 9Gi to os 3d,' Store GCiUle, 22s. G6d to 30s. Pigs, 3d. to 31d. per lb':. :: Beef (rotail)', 2d. to 3d., per lb. ,.. . Moiutoen (retail), 2ad. to 3d. per lb. Hides, 6s. G6d to l10s. Gd. each Sheepskins, '4d. to 51d. per lb."' ::ri ( '1'acilo, 418s: Gdd to 21si per cwt ;':' w! o Wattle Barir, £...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

' ' (From s rl ipond ) .a ,fene .THE Star of Gunning Lodge, G'U O.F0 , met at the lodge-room on Thursday night -last.= The meeting was a special,-called fori the purpose of considering' the matter of medical attendanice, &c.,for: the members; The 'difficilty in procutring :medical, attendii ance: for. the lodgelis :the' great bloclktd its prosperity. If a medical man could be in duced" to remain 'in' Gunininig-anld 'attend to" the requirements of the several societies,,it would add materiallyto\thle prospeinty of each and all of themn .;-; *<b - ~.?- G ;' c'' Accident. -?Wir'd as-brougiit inlbt Gun ning on Thursday that Mr. F. Palmer, pound keeper at Gullen, had met with-a very serious accident. ::How ilt.haipp'enedl4halvernot iyet liedrd, exceipt that' the injuries ere 'caused' by a..horse... Mr.,lalmer lay.awhere, he fll for.. twenty-four hours;: He then nmanaged to crawl into his house, where he-was found on thetnextday :byjlthe' postboy vhoi calls there, rMr.i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

SYDNEY CUP, APRIL 20Tri, 1881. No. 1 CONFERENCE--500 Subscribers at One Sov, Each. DISTRIBUTION: First Horse ........................... 250 Second Horse ................... 100 Third Horse .......................... 0 Other Starters (divided ........ .... r 0 Non-Starters (divided ....... ../ 50 I NTENDING SUBS IBERS are quested to forward their ap ioations for ares as early as possible, in order o allow RAWING for HORSES to be ca ied out i ossi by the 1st 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. ?.WARMS of FLIES and MOSQUITOES are now becoming a nuisance, . and are causing sores on the hands an 1 eyes of those exposed. This evil may easily be prevented by rubbing the hands and face with a little of MOORE'S HOUSEHOLD REMEDY OINTMENT, as flies will not touch it. It also speedily heals all Sores, Sandy ht, Sun burns, Sore Throa...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SATURDAY, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

SCOiMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, ' SATURDAY, February 12. BUSINESS during the week shows signs of improvement. .The fine weather has doubt less had something to do with it, and there is at last a prospect of trade being a :little more. brisk than it has been since the holidays. We have noticed a larger number of country people in the town during the past few days than before, hence the slight change notice able, in trade. V...:pool.--There has been a larger quantity *passthrpough: the town. this week than last, Ibut.the greater part of it has .been sent by rail.to the metropolis. , We hhve only, heard of a fewvisi?all transactions locally . ..:, i ;*iHide's.-The ,demand for these, is' ,better .than atdaiteof last report, and prices ,are if anythingg a shade higher and ranges from 6s 6dtoto ios,; -..-, . , . ,;' , S1heepskins.-'The market is quiet for these, but: we know of several good buyers who are open;to purchase if in fair c3ndition at current .rates.,, . ' . .. .Wattle bark.--We do ...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

" . . EV. .. .ITIES. Ai DERMN Clifford is ayor of Goulbliurn. Jerusalem.is to be lighted with gas. A telegram from London says the boat-race is considered ta certaintyi forIIanlan. The 'IntercolonialL Eleven from Victoria arrived, in:Sydney: yesterday...' :? :> A: streadm of fresh ?ater lias beenstruck i`i the ;cl'aim of Bowesand pard!rty 'at Teimoira: ,:: 'Nu gets "abe around Teiiadra;,digginig.;. -i .,?; , .:; Grass is'shooting up- with" noticeable sra lpidity everyn here about Goulburn .I he' t1h'Band otEHope meetings areilbecomring verytpoipular ini Goulbiur , S w'he. contractora rernmakingba 4ibush ivith the new schoolat?South oulbir .- n ,li gahs doi l ~ijirangei hv8,'declared daividend.of i5 per cent;i The; riushat Wilcanniiiis drawing a fewof thesbrplus nuiers fromTemora, ite n . jFAuburn street shouldbe rolled so sooni as the roller is minended ::.,.= -. It isiruimouired :that:P arnell:is to be 'ariested by a variant. : W1,illi?, i: eehin lnwho 'as sel tto gaol for one f...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY I I. BEFORE the Police-Magistrate. -.William Wardle was charged with using insulting language to Richard Beattie, inI Bourke-street, the same being calculated Ato. provoke a breach of the peace. Plea, not guilty. Mr. Davidson appeared for complainant, and Mr. Gannon for defendant, Mr. Davidson applied for a postponement till Monday, on the grounds that. a material .witness was absent in Sydney. Mr. Gannon objected to the postponement, as he had at some trouble got three witnesses in attendance ; and the other side should have looked up their witnesses. The Police-Magistrate decided that the case should proceed. .. Richard Beattie deposed: I live'in. Goul burn, am a clerk in the railway service; I remember the evening of .the 7th. February, and going home with Mr. Fred Horn, senior, and stayed at his fence talking to some of Mr. Horn's family ; whilst I was talking to them defendant came dowh.. Bourke-street; he was intoxicated at the time; I b...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

ODDS AnD ENDIS ..::: INTELLIENCE was received in Nevcastle :on Wednesday:night of a serious. boating casu alty at Port Stcphens, resulting. :in the death by drowning .of twyo men .'and, t.lhe narrow escape of two others.. From the particulars to hand it seems that. fur mien in the em ploy of the Fish Compiany at Port Stephens started for the liver in a boat forithe purpose of getting some bar!k. They!werecau ltin a squall and capsized, to .-of ,the: iiumberg G.Qrge Wadleyv and; George Shearm~mi a were drowned. The other two, after swimming fully a mile, reached the shore very much ex hausted. A disastrous hurricane was experienced on Jafnuary 6th and 7th, at Ashburto.n River, Western Australia. Three Europeans and, several natives are known to be "drowined. Twelve vessels were either hopelessly shat tered and cast up on the beach, or litted bodily up the Mangrove Creeks. Upwards of £5000 worth of pearls and shell were lost. It is supposed that a tidal wave ac companied the storm, as...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

::Telegraphic Inteiigence. t'Roni OUR CORRiSiPONDENrs.] SYDNEY, SATruRDAY.I I' 1 teamner Ridge Park, from Adeilaide?, s totally .wrecked off Cape Cowran, sixty-five miles from Gabo. All hands,are saved; they airivedin the boats at Gabo. Rumiours are current of the discovery of gold at Mc Keon's, on the Mudgee River. Satisfactory ieivss continues to arrive from the Grey, Range; gold-field. Geat, numbers rde proceeding to: thfefield, Jbut: water is very, scarce, .rhe-lweatelie to-day is very: liot. .Lenehan: is 0to: ebe- discharged i:;frio GoU bun goal at once.: .: ;.:,; LONDON l,:i 'o The Coercion Billis being ;considered in committee. Latest firomi :Natal 'states tliha'itlie Boers have takeii up positidons!rroundi.'Sir;dhoirge Colley's campii, hilchIs nowi isolated at Laingsuck :' , ' , ...., ; ' " ',News was telegraphkedi :f'iomtlthe Colonial Office, l oinforming :,,the .Boers.:: that, ?if~they rinmiediately desisted:from -hstiitties Englaid was preiaired tadrrianige pe rmanent set...

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ELECTION OF MAYOR FOR GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

ELECTION OF tMAYOR FOR GOtLBURN. A SPECIAL meeting of the City Council was held at noon yesterday. A large number of citizens assembled to witness the proceedings. There were present: Aldermen Caldwell, Clifford, Wardle, Osborne, Hawkins, Taylor, Mec Connell, and Wombey. Alderman Caldwell stated that, in accor dance with the Municipal Act, the Council Clerk should take the chair. He would now ask him to do so. That officer taking the chair, Alderman Caldwell announced that he had as returning officer the usual declarations of the newly elected aldermen, George Me Connell, Janames Clifford, and John W. Wombey, these gentlemen having taken their seats. The Council Clerk explained the business of the meeting, which was to elect a Mayor, and that it was for the council to decide whether such election should be by ballot or open voting. Alderman Caldwell said that the election of Mayor should be, if possible, with unanimity. He spoke of the honor appertaining to such an office and consid...

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AT THE LAND OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN, On Wednesday, 16th March. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

ANI' *THE .LAND?UOFFICEii QUEANBEYAN,' '" 1ilhlWednesday, i6th March.t | .',.: '.'.siu.wCountnry.Lots. vbar-, .3 .:il :.Lot Ai,4o 'acres,-county ot GCowley,; parish o'f Congiarra,'oni the' leftt'bank:of the Mur rumbidgee Riveir,opposite '.Macquoid and 3iimsoni'si portion 'of :iooo acres,::in thel pirish of Tuggeranong, county '.of .Mirray. Cbogwarra: Run. ' Lapsed ;'conditional putr liase'of Daniel Donovan.: 0'.:* ;:: j t.?o': :'' Lbot B 4o acres, countyi df Cowrley, parish: of Congw.arra, on theleft' bank'of .the'- Mu-I mniibidgee River, oppositei'F::Mowatt'sj p'or i ion of ''60o 'acres in the -parish ofoYarrod Iumla,county of, Murray, and lying about 'f nile westerly from portion No.3'5ilot A of his sale. Congwarra Run:: !Lapsed cbndi ional purchase of.John Wall.;';..-,; i:w i Lot C, 40 acres, county of Cowley,;parish~ of Congwarra, on the left bank: of the Muir-i rumbidgee River, opposite the village:reservei it the junction of Bulgar Creek.. Corigwarra Run. Lapsed conditional pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

The largest & b st assorted $tock EVER OFF RED TO THE There is no ieason to PUFF I CUrTTES's ABILY IES" AS THEY AR UNDOUBTE , an .ABLY BACKED Ut' by THE BEST WORK.-MEN IF YOJ WANT STYLE AD FIKISH As well as 0 T and FIT, Leave you Orders at THE ONLY REAL TAIL? ING ESTABLISHIZENT For Sale or to Rent, A FAI containing 144 Acres of La?? "ced in, Ih House erected thereon; a aT s an abunr t hpply of wntir ; situatea t 'owng, witl in..files of Goulbnien. For further par culars apply to JOSEPH. HALFPENNY;. Cowper and Goldsmith stieetb, Goulburn. W:: sleyin ylutua Impi'ovement Societ . [. USIN SS for WEDNE'DAY, FEB ARY 23 Debate. Subject "Is Capital Punish. ment J stifiable?" . M. CECIL D VIES, Bon, See. Wesleyan Mutual Improvement Society, A 0E-3CTU ?LL BE DELrTVER:.D BY THE V. . MORRIS, .A., - th -Leture-Hall, .Golds rth-street, .ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY I6. 'UBJECT-" Striking Alaptations in: Nature." Admission Friee'; no collection. "Doors?open 7.30 ; ' co rironce ýat '. .. CECIL DA...

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Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

Railhway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS PROM SYDNEY. MAIL trains leave Sydney daily, Sundays excepted, at 7.30 p.m.; Picton, 9.25; Mittagong, 10.50; Moss Vale, 11.13; Marulan daily, except Mondays, at 0.18 a.m, arriving at Goulburn 0.58 a.m, leave 1.8 ; Breadalbaue, 1.43 ; Gunning, 2.18; Yass, 3.15; Bowning, 3 35 ; Murrumburrah, 5.10; Cootamundra, 6.10 ; Juneo, 7.55; and South Wagga, 8.55, arriving at Albury, 11.30. On Monday, Wedneeday, and Friday, passenger trains leave Sydney at 8.20 a.m.; Granville, 8.50; Pieton, 10.20; Mittagong, 11.55; Moss Vale, 0.20 p.m. Marulan, 1.32; arrive at Goulburn 2.19, leave 2.30; Breadalbaue, 3.2; Ganning, 3.35; Yaso, 4.35; Bowning, 4.55.; Harden, 6.17; Cootamundra, 7.32; Junee, 9.30;'" and South' Waggo, 10.30; arriveat Albury 1.5 a.m.:: : Tuesday, Thursday; and Saturday, passenger trains leave Sydney at 9.45 a.m:; Granville, 10.19 ; Liverpool, 10.46; Camipbelltownu, 11 22; Piston, 0.20 p.m:; Mittagong; 1' 50;' Moss "Valed,'2 15'; and Marulan, 3.34; arrive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

The Treasury, New South Wales, 17th January, 1881. Contracts for the Public Service. FORAGE FOR THE POLICE. NJ 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 1st 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 undertakirg, in that event, that they will severally execute and deliver, within fourteen days from the usual notification of acceptance, a bond to Her Majesty for securing such-pcrformance, otherwise the Tender vill not be taken into conside tion. Should aond not be executed an elivered within t e said term of fourteen days om date of notifi ion ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

Tiii; late rdiins hlave beeii the''means 6f rendering the: land 'in a splendid condition fir ' the -:husbandman to' prepare forir next season's crop ;.. and we have.-, repeatedly noticed ?lat. lit many ', persons ;-:leave, their ploughing till the middle or end' of :-Maic, whereas if advantage were'`:t'tfieien f:tl?' present season the farmer wo'uld be,ei'ichii'i his land' for iext season's crop if the plough was set to work at once. As there-is always a greater or lesser amount of grii? left:ion the surface after each. harvest, it the harrows (withia '.weight on thein) were iun ovei' the stubble a week previous to' ploughing 't ithis season of the yeari;all the' rainiso left would germinate,a:nd by tlhis'mieins the land a hen turned over; would 'kill,:theýi?'weeds, ands the stubble WoiAld halv:aichliinc'"to rot? and in ai great measure add to the enrichment of the soil for'the next' crop .'It'is 'a great mistake to leave the ploughing till the time: of sowing. -foi wveds anid stubb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 February 1881

Churoch of 'gland Wa kig1-M iI ray ,.*//\ Assooil ion. EBA/ NEXT MO DAY- ,",TIt: Public MIn should not be niltieied/by, Public Opinion,' I. B. CLI ?O D, AOtiAg Sec L :N reply At emOSEP . WEATEBY'S Advertuemet in Thiursty's pape we beg tb inform lii we are prepared to MElT, HIM in any Court - - H. B.AXTER'n BROBTHERS:: aize-- aize . ui n A BUSHELS" FIRST .LASS MAIZE . . "FOR SALE 3s, Gd. n caeh, in quantit oE,.N FURI R & NS, ? , " .... . . . . " - . Goiulb i'n." ,, .'. ..Str yed or ?toien, ONZ BRIOW FILLY, bhdrd 1Y. A oward of lOs. ll be giveli'to My persoYi?liovwill deliver, the sme to Ml. DLC10 Nv, C.mmeital Hotel: / S Wanted, / /j ST Gillespio'e Boot Factory, SIor E ;r. BOYS. CHARLTES GILLESPI, Golrn. - :Wai<nted, - IGHT OR NINESMART.BOYS App. It 'ices, at Wood & Co's Boot Fac fory. ' pv WOOD &. CO'S, Auburn.street. / / - ,Ebening ;e . rn.g t. .SATUtRDAY, FEBRUARY 12,, 1881. ? n · . " `S:._, AN EL , Lait s ? O % e .' SE. G00 GL\ERýL, lýER\ANL' /A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

Goulburn Agricultural, Pastoral. and Horticultural Society. FIRST R??AND SHOW 6th, 7th, & 8th April, 18 81. ' SUPPLEMENTARY SCHEDULE : The following additional Special Prizes have been offered by A. G. FINLAY Esq. : Ss. d For the best Colonial-bred Ayer Sshire Bull ..................... o 0 For the best Colonial-bred Ayer shire Heifer or Cow, from 2 to 6 years old.. :........ ..... o o (Certificate of pedigree to accompany entry of exhibit). T. MARSDEN EsQ -: For the best Colonial-bred Draught Stallion, any age ............ 3 3 o I. SHEPiERD : For the best 2 Fat Oxen, weight and quality to be considered ...... I . o MR. A. LAMBERT : For best Native Hero Foal ......... a o o ,, , ,, ,, Yearling ... 2 o o ,, , ,, ,, Two yrs. old " and over .................... ...... 2 . o PIGEONS. MR. J. CAMPBELL: Best pair Blue-pied Pouters......... o io o ,, ,, Trumpeters ............... o zo o MR. H. R. KERR: Best collection of Pigeons ........ o 5 o Best pair Tumblers, any color :....: :o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evening Penny Post [PRINTED BY STEAM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOON It :s 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 med ium TERMS OF SUBSCRIOPTION : 12s. per Annum, or 3s. per Quartea in Ad vance. Any subscriber wishing to decline the papoi must do so at the end of the quarters terminating in March, June, September, and December, in writing, or will be held responsible for the amoun5 of their subscription. ADVERTISING TERMS : For the first inch of space, 2s. Gd.; for every succeeding inch, Is. Advertisements sent to the office without notifying the number of insertions will be continued at advertisers' cost until an order is received to stop. Any person ordering on behalf of a committere the insertion of advertisements will be hold respon sible for payment of the same. JOB PRINTINO : The Evening Penny Post Steam Machi...

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HOSKINGTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

HOSKINGTOWN. (From our Corresponden.) SINCE, my last we have had some heavy rain, which will ensure us a good supply of grass for winter. George Osborne, Esq., of Foxlow, is start ing.a splendid mob of fat cattle to the metro polis to-day; and there is no doubt but the price .which wvill be realised for these cattle will top ihe market, for they are really prime. The same gentleman has sent through here this morning 2aoo really prime wethers (fat), also for. Sydney:. The friends of Mrs. Thomas Smith, of Foxlow, will be pleased to hear that there is a slight improvement in her health since yes terday morning. .. Our new member-Thos. Rutledge, Esq: -and Mr. Ryrie, member for Braidwood, have both gone to Sydney this week to take their seats in Parliament, as representatives of' their respective districts. From our 'knoiw ledge of those gentlemen we may expect their best endeavours to the advancement of their coilstituencies and the community at large.:. The weather has taken up, and we...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

BREVITIES, HiN'iN won the boat-race; As isu'tial a large number of Valentines are going thiouigh the Goulburn post-office. Contiractor Callaghan' at last hlias received his cilieqgie from tlie'Council. The 'r Goulbturn ,Police-Magistrate has got three moniths leave of absence. Twenty `selections wvere taken ' up at the Coomia Land Office on Thursdayc last. The-erection of the School of Arts at Cooma is proceeding rapidly.. The export of. coal fromi Newcastle last wveeksamounted to 21,566 tons. A horse died in Sydney on Sunday last from the effects of the hot weather ; tAlderman., O'Rourke "has' been elected Mayor of,Cooma, , Alderman?Colls has: been elected, Mayor of Tlihe--attemipts t move -the steamer Col laroy have up: to datepi0oved unsuccessful;,:; :.We ýheart thait another raid hias beein made on aniotel in?i the city, ihee gamtblers wvere 'doing; it brown." The ''Goulburn -Cricket Club `'meets the' Sydney Alberts on Easter Moniday at Garroo rigang. The "new blood?' in= th';e ...

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