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

QUEANBEYAN. (Abridged from the Age.) MR. RUTLEDcGE, M.'P., was not longin the Assembly before addressing himself to the duties of his position. In the disposal of Mr. Cameron's.- eight-hour resolutions our tiemnber voted against the first two of the series; affirmhing the expediency of encourag ing the eight-hour system of labor, and that wheie practicable it should be carried out in all thie Government departments, which were carried; and also against the third of the series, thlat all future railway contracts should be carried out on the same principle, which was lost. The undprecedentedly low price of grain has naturally led to a corresponding reduction in the price of flour. Besides the reductions already announced, it will be, noticed that the quotations at the Gunning mill are re duced to Lix and airo per ton for firsts and seconds respectively. Consequent; upon ; the reduction in, the price ,of flour, Mr. James, Laid-has lowered the price of the 2-lb. loaf to 3d. Late on Frid...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Temora News. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 February 1881

Temora News, MESSRS. HEAD and ALDRIDGE have lodged some grand specimens to-day in the Bank. They washed a dish of rubble ,which went 17½dwts. The golden Garter washing is     expected to go 4 oz. to the load. Nugent and Adams got a specimen of quartz ironstone and gold, yielding 14 oz. 2 dwts. Several reefs have been discovered in the alluvial claims on the lower leads Owners of spare ground recently washed near Nugent's getting good nuggets, the largest being 18oz. Four buckets yielded 1 oz. 1 dwt. 9 grs. Oldfield and party are getting from 1 to 3 dwts. to the bucket. Kesse and party got 4 dwts. from one bucket. Foster and party got 23 ozs. in nuggets. In their new claim behind Hoskins-street they bot- tomed on 2 dwts. 18 grs. of coarse gold. Golden Bar got a three-ounce nugget. Cork- screw washed 50 loads, averaging 7½ dwts. per load. At an influential meeting of Church of England people last night in the courthouse, a committee and parochial council were...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

PUBLIC NOTICE. SR,. E. P. LOUGB, Storekeeper, Auctioneer, &c., Queanbeycn, has been appointed SOLE AGENT and COLECTOR for Queanbeyan and his eeeipt will be asuflicient discharge for all moneys paid on iynaccount. THOMAS DANIEL, November 1, 1880. N 1GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN. Evening Penny P.? [PRINTED BY STEAMS PUBLISHED, every TUESDAY, THURSDAY. and SATURDAY AFTERNOON It .e the only Penny Paper published in th, Southern Districts. It has the largest circulation of any paper south of•Sydney, and is a first-class advertising med into TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 12gs. per Annums, or 3s. per Qeartles inA Artvtaance. Any subscriber wishing to decline the papae 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 amoun' of their subscription. S ADVERTISING TERMb : For the first inch of space, 2s. Gd.; for every succeeding inch, is. Advertisements sent to the office without notifying the number of...

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Insolvency Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

S Insolveuny i?Meeting ON Wedinesday a meeting in the estate of John Brander wias held. Mir. Laingdon ap peared for.two creditors-- Messrs. E. Everett, £ro, and G. W. Sdhofield, £G6 2s Sd-aind' proved the debts. '. The insolvent attributed his insolvency to losses, sickness in family, and want of employment. IHe did not wish to amend his schedule. His last six months'. receipts, amouniting to 3r,. had bec?n sitorfi to. Mr. Langdon, on behalf of the majority of creditors, moved that insolvent-be allowed his wearing apparel and furniture.' No direc lions ywra gveri,.and the meeting closed;. ,

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AT THE LAND OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN, On Wednesday, 16th March. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

A-" nE'IH? N PO" ICE. - QUEANBE•AN, On " Wednesday, 16th March. Country Lots. ILot A 4o acres? county ot Coley parish of Congwarra,' on; theleft bank? of the Mur rumbidgee River, opposite Macquoid and Simsonb's portion of Jooo'0 abcres;`,in the parish of 'luggeianong, county of 1uiray Congwaria, Run: Lapsed' conditional eur chase of Daiiel Donovan." Lot B, 4o acres; county of-,Cowley,pamish of Congwarra; on the left bank of :the Mui. rimliidgee Riverf 'opposite F. 6ivowati t's poi-:: tiorin of 'a6o acres in? tlihe iarish of` Yarro lunisla county of'Murray,f and lying;about f mile westerly'from portion iNo.35,lot A of this sale. Congwsqýrrar Run._;> L dpsed condi tional purchase of John' Wall'.: ' Lot C, 4cres, ;county of Cowley parish of Congwarirai; on the' left b'ank of the Mui ruinbidgee River, opposite thevillage reserve at the junction of.Bulgar ;Crele. 'Cong«warra Run. Lapsed 'conditional pure ' of .G. eLampbert:' 'Upset . price, Li 5 s per, acre:.

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Wesleyan Mutual Improvement Society. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

Wesleyafn Mutual Improvement Society. TuE Rev. R. N. Morris, -M.A., delivered a lecture, under the auspices of the above society, in the Lecture Hall, Goldsmith street, last evening. Besides a large number of the members of the society, there were about 150 persons present, many of our lead ing citizens being'amongst the audience. :. The Rev. Francis Tait presided, and in; introducing the lecturer said tha t.hevrew gentleman was so well knowvn to mostof themi he did iot see'the necessity of taking tip their time. He stated that if the audience wasps not an extra. large one it.was..'n initellectual oiie at least. The `lecturer- on. coiming foiwaid wais greeted with applause,.and afteir some' prefa tory remarks, in which he stated that to mainy the subject wouldt:doutbtless irove4a dry one; but he would consider;, first, t he Atmosphere, its adaptatioii to meni and tthings. He do 'scribed this 'in a 'very, lucid manner?i,. and showed the effect that 'hirhad iupon? i he sys tern, and a...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE LAND OFFICE, BRAIDWOOD, On Wednesday, 16th March. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

,CROWN LAND SALES. A iT iHL AND OFFIcE, BRAIDWVOOD, On Wedhesday, a6tli March. , Country Lots. Lot A, So acres, cbunty: Murray, parish Larbeirt; on: the' left bank 'of Shoalhaven River, ly'ing abott. 6 chiairis doon the river from W. Ryrie's.256o acres. Lapsed conr ditional purchase of E. A. Scai.vell and 1H. SWilson: Within the Shoallhave?i:River Gold Fild O ipento conditional ip'uirchase. Lot B, 40 acres, county 'Muirray, parish Barinet, oni ithe left bank of', Reedy Creek, adjoining part of the south bounfidary ? of Wmi. Bassingthwaighte's portion No 36,of 45"acres. Exclusively of a road i?i chain wide?. For feited coiditional phichase of w ,i' Bassing thwaighte: Lot C, I2 acies 2 roods? county St. Vincent, parisih Sassafras,? on the old road firom Braidwoodto JerVis Bay nd Shoalhaven, adjoiningt?hi ?outh boundary of Win. Hol land's'porti'n of 87 acres. ' ots9D andE 30 acres each, lot F 98 acres; ,county :St Vincent; jpiaish Sassafras, near ihed 8old 'road from; Biraidwood to Jer...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

GOULBURI ITEMS: THE Church of England Tenipeiance. Society is making good progres ?inl this city. 'he St. Saviour's branch i held '"a' meeting on Tuesday evening, when a fair nuinber `were enrolled as members, six of whomi (all of one fiamily ;haid elbonged to a' sihilai' society-ir Whaggi, and vwore their insignia of iiember ship in the shape of 'i neat medal withl a blue ribbon ittachlied. The PRev., Capon .Soares and the Ven. Archdeacon Puddicombe were: present, at the mieeting, the, future of, which promises a great deal of goodi - The comilmittee of tlhe?St Nicholas' branch of the Cliurch -of Eriglanld eTmperance Society, at their meeting on!Tuesdhy.evening last, fixed the amiount of subscriptions for.the jiuvenile a'md general branches.; It was de termlined ,to hold a meeting of tlie juvenile; branch next Thursday iev~ninemg. Th JevR G. M. D'Arcy irvine:also cons:nted to deliver alectiffie inI comanctiii ' ith the society the week afier next,-particulats, of which \will be dul...

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

'o the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. Smt,-May I ask you to give a little space in your valuable journal for the following lines: It is with regret that I see such a differ ence between "Cosmo's" avowed object in his " Notes" and what he offers to the intelli gence of your numerous readers. One of his professed aims was to improve the tone of the community generally. Can this end be attained by personalities, as un interesting as they can well be, even to those who are in the secret of the allusions contained in them ? What is easier than to tell an ill natured tale, or to sneer at those with whom we differ. These are the proverbial faults of small communities like ours of Goulburn, and if Cosmo makes a right use of the opportuni ties given him in your largely circulated paper, and wages a successful war against what is so narrow minded and petty, he will achieve a work great in itself, and wiill pave the way for still greater results. If then we sought to penetrate his disguise,...

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Micalago. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

Mioalago. A CORRESPONDENT, writing on Feb. ' 2, says: After waiting and watchinig we are at 'last rewarded i?vith a splendid downpour of rain, laying the dust' and causing the herbage to assume quite a green aspect; I think all the fariLrs in' this part of .the district have had the'good luck to have their wheat, hay, &c., under cover.--Noti. ing some time ago the compliment paid to the Micalagoites by the Queanbeyan Age, referring to the getting up of the athletic sports, I inay.mention that the sports passed off to the satisfaction.of those present; Another undertaking is on hand, which:I hope may prove a success, 'viz., the Micalago races for the T7th March. A meet ing was convened a few nights ago: for that purpose, and a number of gentlemen pre sented themselves, when stewards were selected and liberal amounts promised. Fruit is in abundance here this year; I hear of some persons who ate partaking of Mr. Ryrie'awvithout. an invitation.

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

=P \1. L.;,V'AI AMEN T AR4' X 2 r?,t+f~l:USD:Ij ':F.IIRUARV5 Ix: the Legislative Asseimbly;', "'; SMinisters?inswered several questions, aiid Mr. Lackey, in reply: itoM'.r yers said the frlloiving quantities of produce had. been ucktd to Si dney over xGo miles duirng thg year;is Hay, i2. ,tois , s`trawi, G9? tons; grain, 2592JtOpS ;JotatesiI66..tons., Mr. Hoskins, in reply- tp,? Mr. Myers,said thteamount.of deposits on conditionalbpur h"ae:d?, tedr~t at l ti?. Treastfrduring ther ten years ending 88o was £3,388,2aoo 14s 6d. .Ministers laid on the table copies of corre spondence on the subject of the removal of the postmaster at Lower Gundaroo, immigra tin ireturns, and railway freight returins, and it was ordered that the documents be printed. "The Mount 'Kembla =Coal. and Oil. Coin pany'sRailway Bill was. read a' third'.time and passed; ai?d it" Was ordered` that it be trans mitteddto the Legislative-Council for :its con currence ,Mr. Slattery moved a:'seiries .of reso utions affir...

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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

BUNGENDOR E (Fo1'a sin 11 Cot )espoadnt ig) BOAT CAPSIZE. --TWo gentlemen were en gaged sailing a boa-t at Lik George last week, when through some milsiannagement the boat was upset about hailf-a-mile from shore. For tunately they hiad inot to ;swii fir before they can to shalloiw; water;, where they rlihted ithe boat' and the .'.day being,\varmn, neither felt the Woirse of their accidental bath.: 1 Tihe Empison .Troupe ?This comnpany? per formed ofin listFriday ahd Satuidayi nights in t l{e'TeIiperance Hall. There was only a small ,ttendance the first night.;, the last was muchii better,' and the 'performers acquitted themiselves in a veiy creditable manner., )Our worthy senior constabile (Mr ;Nelson) hiis just got ithe imagistrates to giant a pro Hil'itior agaminsf the publicans of, his town rnot to supply a certain personf withl liquior The' lindividualreferried to 'has on' tw6 oodca sions been senitenced frofm hliere to theQuneani beyangaol, and cich wouli d have- beei? he. case...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY I6. BEFORE the Police-Magistrate. Michael O'Loughlan was. again charged with vagrancy. Senior-Constable Whealeye-deposed4to ar-: resting prisoner yesterday, who was creating a disturbance in Auburn-street; he had been put out of some public house,. and 'ias an idle and disorderly person; he had only been discharged fromn the Goulburn gaol ,a few days ago; he was a perfect nuisance to the public. To prisoner :I an not aware of your being in the employ of Mr. Cleary, of Binalong, as teacher. " . Senior-Sergeant, Fenton deposed that he knew that the defendant was addicted to drinking habits, several complaints had been made to witness, and hlie had spoken to the prisoner several times about them; the pri soner had been before the court several times since October last. Convicted of being an idle and disorderly: person, and sent to gaol for fourteen days.: Mary Johnson was charged with liavirni no lawful visible means of support. ' l Constable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

Grand Display AT BUTL ER'S. OF New Sooth Tweeds White Military Shirts Gent's Felt Hats S Umbrellas and Rugs Hosiery andi T's / MJacint h Ov coIts Waterproof weed. o s Boys' & Y ts' w Suits AN A VARI Y OF Fancy Sox, Collars, &c. O)) 3E2 1 IT ME 30D DURING THE WEEK. CALL AT BUTLER'S For a Superior Article. CALL AT For Assortment. Crookwell Agricultural and r'astoral Association. THIRD ANNUAL SHOW 10th & 11th Mari 81. TOE PRIZE SCHIEDUL ceeGo oHerald 'of 20th Janusry and Ifhh r ary, Penny Post of 3rd and 24th Fe y, nd Southern Argusof 12th and 26th Februar ; or it can be obtained frmu the undersigned. Entries close 6 p.m. on 5tl March. W. F. HEŽDREN, i.on. See. Southern Building ocie , DVANCES MADE A F . and BUILDINGS by th abov?y ety, upon EASY Tr.ws or REP? / For particulars apply to P. . MYERS, M nager. S YDNEY CUP, S APRIL 20TO, 1881. No, 1 C00NFERENCE--500 Subscribers at One Sov. Each, DISTRIBUTION: First Horse ............................. 25 Second Horse ...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

Church of E?nglandc?Working Men's. Literary S Association. A GOODLY number, of members put in an appearance at the,. weekly meeting . of the above society on Monday evening last, and, a few friends were also present. The Ven. Archdeacon Puddicombe occupied the chair', and the Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Irvine was also present. Mr. A. J..?Webb was duly elected a member of the association, and two gentlemen were noiminated for membership.. The special business of the evening was a ministerial de bate-" That.public men should not beinflu. .enced by, public opinion." Mr. G. Chatmbers ,opened the discussioni in theiaffirmative in a lengthy speech, and was supported by the other members of the ministry -Messrs. D. Clifford, H.n Pisi, and Y. Pursehouse-and also by. Mr.H.- B. MIonkley.. Mr. A. Lans downe advocated tlhe other side of the. cques tion in an able address,.and Mr. J. F..Meyer also tbok the same view. The Rev: D'Aricy Irvine spoke on the subject, but did not vote. The opener tfhen replied...

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TUESDAY, 17TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

TUESOXv, Iu7Tit F1InRUARv. Before the Police-Magistrate. Edward Flynn 'was charged with vagrancy, and gave himself uip. Ordered to be sent to the gaol hospital for five days prior to ad mission to the Benevolent Asylum.. Emily Forsyth i;-s clharged with vagrancy, and havingno lawful visible means of support. Constable Drummond deposed, that he ar rested prisoiiner about 4 o'clock this morning; she was soliciting'prostitution. Convicted and sentenced to three months hard labotirin Goulburn gaol., Henry Mc Carthy, an old man, gave him self up for protection, and was ordered to be sent to the gaol hospital for 5 days, pending admission to the Benevolent Asylum, . A slaughtering license was granted to John Beer of Tarago, and the Court adjourned.

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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

BRAID WOOD. (From our Correspondent.) THE races are over, arid no ' accidents nothing to report-no bones broken-nlo body drunk-no nothing, except the acrobatic performances of one person, which were so successfully performed that he rode his horse home, notwithstanding that hegot two spill's; and sogreat were the plaudits of the crowd that you would have thought it was the hindmost horse that won, though as far as I can understand no well-filled inverted hat met his gaze when he came in, yet he richly deserved it. '1he threatening 'aspect of the weather caused the races to be put off for a day, and with good results, as the two following were splendid days. Mushrooms, blackberries, plums, peaches, aplples; and kites are " in.?' Marsupial scalps ain't thotigh-neither are the funds for paying for them "in '." either,. at least so one In= spector of Stock says;" and 'wheti you do fetch any in,;fetch young '-uns, as old uns ain't agoing to be "' tooked.'"' Age is lienor able, even::, am...

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NOTES FROM GININDERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

INOTES FROM, GININDERR&~?. BY THE WIZARD. IN my last I selected three candidates namely,. Messrs. 'Hodgkinson, Wright, and Rutledge-out of the seven who had an nounced their intention to contest the late election as the only ones who stood the shadow of a chance, and at the same time I took Mr. Hodgkinson as my tip for a win; and had those three come to the poll, I am quite satisfied that my tip would have been verified. Mr. Wright however, doubtless finding out that he was not quite so popular as he anticipated, resigned in favor of Mr. Rutledge; and thus by a combination of the commercial and squatting classes, together with the persistency of Mr. Gale, who atdi vided the selectors' votes with Mr. Hodgkin son, Mr. Rutledge has been returned. Had Mr. Gale, whom everyone knew stood no chance whatever, withdrawn in favor of Mr Hodgkinson and joined in with the farmers and selectors to secure that gentleman's return, instead of trying to injure his ca-ise as he did, then we mi...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

[PEUTER'S TELdGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. T he New Souilth Wales budget figures have been well read, and have strengthened the value of tlie' colony's debentures. STThe February wool sales opened to-day. Tihe atten&dance was smnall. The catalogue was large, and prices were from a halfpenny to'a penny lower.

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. IN the Legislative Assembly yesternight, Mr. Stewart resumed the discussion on the ,financial statement, closely criticising the figures of the Treasurer, but offering no hostile opposition. He was followed by Messrs. Burns, Lloyd, Reid, Melville, Garrett, Bodel, Jennings, O'Connor, Fitzpatrick, Abbot and Farnell. ' The debate \vas then further adjourned till to-day. :No. aiimend ment of any kind was moved.': -The Premier stated that .:as" the: Local Governmient Bill was only distributed amongst members yesterday, it was not his ;intention to proceed with the: second reading of the measure at present . .. . . 1 The Government a'ippointed a Royal Com mission consisting of Sir James Martin, Colonel Andersoni,. (Victoria);' Colonel Downes (South Australia); Colonel Scratchley, Colonel Richardson, a'nd Messrs.., Edward Knot, the Hon. J. B..Watt, i F. Darley and Ja-nes Barnett, to inquire into' . the whole matter of mi...

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