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TREVELYAN! CHAPTER XXXI. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

TREVELYAN ! CHAPTER XXXI. A feeling of delicious languor crept over the tired frame of Giralda, as she reclined on the couch in the oriel parlor of the Eagle's"Eyrie,' and a delicious sense of dependence on her gallant young rescuer. succeeded. to her late? bitter anid terrible isolation. Lord Grosvenor, ivith a tender thoughtfuhiess befitting a woman, having drawn from her the address of her: father, and tralisferied it to Iis plocket tablets, exerted himself to expel from her mind :all unpleasant thoughts, treating her recent imprisonment as an odd adventure, andgradually leading her from it to pleasanter subjects..: He hadsucceeded in bringing more than one smile to the pale, lovely face, exquisitely beautiftil evein in its .weariness; wheni Mrs. Latten' thehousekeeper returned, followed by aminaid. .A round table wasdra;vli nup near .tothe, fire,. relieved of its books; and spread. with: a: cloth of'snovy daimask whicli fell to the flior. on every side. A costly silver tete-a-te...

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

Wa4l? d, L ENERAL SERV NT. Apply Mes ALL, Auburn-strec 3Wantetd, GEU AL SERVANT. Mrs. A. B ANT, tog street. wVeemg 'eL I. GO D HIIOUSE au PARLO MAID. A ply,' M. JENKI{IN Aubutrn treot. >;.W a sats . / A RESPECTABLE YOUNG PERS9Nas ., CiOI.-. Apply to Muis. BURGF4 r ge. ville Goulburn. 9Wsanted. / ý ' ENERAL SERVANT, Apply / tlus. SJ. LEAMY, Farmers' Hotol, \VWhe4Road. " T Gillespie's Boot Factory, SX or GHT ,(X . BOYS."'"' ?" " - CHARLES GILLESPIE, Goulburn. ",arated, ,'. . ElGlIT OR NINE SMART BO a ren. -l'time~, at Wood & Co's Boot F otory. pply WOOD & CO'., Auburn-street. S TO TA LORS. A - J0D Immediate y, A FIRS LASS ND. A stead man will fin Irnstant work with liberal wages. . PERCIVAL, Tailo , &c, Queanbeyan. LOST, S.S ROUGH-HAIRED TERRIEI, an o the name of ." Beryl." Any oreon returni r to Mas. PEACOCK, Lansdo a Ter race,o _civo 10s. reward. SPENCER P. P. PHILLIPS. TOLT, TENT/ ILLA, Cowper a ret (near HuIr ville), nt c96taiing Six Roor s, Servant'- Ro...

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

QUEANBEYAN. (l rona our correspondent.) TilE weather is fine, and all that could bed dc sired ;,the ain has cleared away and wve hai e a nice blue sky again.:, Since my last death lia's visited- us twice, each time takirig a young and useful person from our midst. On. Wednesday Mr.. A. Miller breathed his last in theli hospital; sand on the following day his rendains, followed by the Masons.and Oddfellows, vere interred in the Church of Englanid cemetery. The de ceased 'was a member of the Loial Persever ance Lodge, G.U.O.O.Fi of ' Queanbeyan. The other death was that 'ofjine; a daiughter of Mr. Samuel Taylor : the deceased ..was only one week ill, and during the ;.last three days she was perfectly helpless ; her remiains were followed to the Wesleyan cemetery by:a large number of mourners in vehicles and on horseback. Typhoid fever is raging; two deaths ha-ve occurred, and a great number of privite citi zens are ill, some dangeroasl'y.. February o: (Abridged fr'omicthe Age) The fun...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

CABLE M91ESSAGE'S (C c .(rom' ":Sydize. Da~i~pr (`F. LoNDoN, Feb. 14 THE. sculling race between Edwari Hanlan, of Torointo, Canada, aiid? Elias Laycock, of Sydney, fo6r thesum- of- Soo a side iid ,:the Championship?of England, which was post ponedl friom the s7th ultimo oiving to the extreine inclemency of the weather, vias rowed oinithe?I haimiesto-day, over the usual chliampioncourse, from the Star and Gariter, Puhe?io othi. Ship Hotel at \ ?rtlake' '. 'Th'e raceattracteda good deal of iinterest; and, althiough the Weather was cold, large numbers asse?mibledt. fitniiess thelconitcst, the banks of the river being lined with spectators on botlh sides all along the whole course. Botlihiien) ere ini good form ;'ibut Hanlan remained a strong favourite at 3 to I. t4 to. i in bis favourf main bets beinig iiade at the lattier odd;. Tlhe;? water was snmooth, ain d 'l fweathelrfie,'tlioughcold:K .:. . , The competitors appeared atli the aioint d time, and afteir a short 'delay a good start:...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

ODDS AND EENDS, THit bodyof a nmain was fodund in:a digger's hole.-on-Saturday, about -two- inile s- from Young. .-The sum ;of siX pounds. odd was found: on him. The verdict at the inquest was to the effect that deceased was unknown, and tlheresis'no e"idence to shliow-lihowv he came there.' It ,is. t(hought, however, that the body is ideniticail With the body of a man missing sinde last December from a tent near the saiid hole, but the Ibody was too decomii iposed for positive idenitificatioi.'. it is stited that Mr :Williaim Foster at a public breakfast,' at the Town- Hall Sydney, shortly after his arrival in the colony, probably abiout March 3li According to the circular of invitiation, the rieception, in accordance with Mr Foster's aishes, is intended to hive nio political significance:; It ',will be simiply. a welcome home to a highly honourable colonist lwhose unsullied reputation anid great ability we all admire." It is 'said that forty-seven imnembers of the Legislative Asse...

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POLICE COURT.—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 February 1881

POLICE COURT.-TuEsDAY. Before the Police-Magistrate. Cornelius Grady was summoned to answer an information charging him with having on the. 7th instant wilfully damaged a corner post of a dividing-fence between complainant .(MI:.; Augustus Gibbes) and:himself at Yarra lumla. .. Mr. Parr oppeared for complainant.. Defendant pleaded not guilty. After hearing evidence, the Police-Magis Strate said he considered the case had gone so far as to justify his dismissal of it. Mir. Parr protested, expressing his regret that there were no other magistrates in the case that his worship had prematurely dis missed the case, even without. knowing whether he had other witnesses to call. -His worship trusted. that Mr. Parr did not intend.tot impugn either !his integrity, or ability. )efendant.applied for his expenses. :,TheBench refused theapplication, which defendant, thought very;rharsh .- :;.:;

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

BREVITIES. DAME rumour is busy just now.     There has been great excitement in all   parts of the colony over the great boat race. Farmers have nothing to complain of as regards the weather for ploughing operations, Mr. Joshua King, a very old resident of Goulburn, died on the 15th instant.   Mrs. Obadiah Willans has been gazetted census enumerator for Queanbeyan. Bechet, charged with setting fire to his premises, was again remanded.     Wallace Ross will most likely be matched to row Trickett or Laycock for £1ooo a side. The reports from America show that the crops of cereals are very good. A nugget, weighing 50 ounces, has been found at Temora by Buckley and party. The population of the United States of America is stated to be 50,152,559.   The vintage in the Hunter River district is expected to turn out extremely well. On Saturday last Mr. Donnelly, a well known squatter of Junee, died. Fo...

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

. In thc:Legislative Assembly, - :,:' -:.. M-: ::':r.:.'-Watsoni in answer to' Mr. Myers; :said -that t:ihe ?inforniation: asked for as to:the .respective qualities of .the vaious..kinds:0f. agricultural produce which had been ieceived - intqPosbt. Jaclkson duriilg SSocotil :not be: l.iven ias?. there ,vere no recoids of the'coast ,tradein lthis colony, but: he had psrepared a' retuin showing the quantities ol the.artidles' which' orle :received in :-ort:. 'lcksonri"fiori .Victoria ;South Australia;:-n Queenshind Neiv .Zealand; rhid T'.asminni, in- :the .-yearr 88, w:hich was 'as follows: iFrom Victorla:. H- y, "&c., 7982 tons ;.tfloul; .5 5 2 ,tonis 'wheat, i64527: .bushels ' bran, 55;3or:: bushels; pollard., 3745- bushels; oats, 700 bushels;, pIotatoe, i?6,36o~j. tons.-' Queenslanid :Hay,: &C., &C,, I- tons; flour, 2 tons; ?wheat; 119 bushels: potatoes, 47 % tons.: South'Austra : liri "Hay;a &c;:&c.;:Io:tons :flour, 1 6;669 / tons , wheat,, ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

P AR LIA.M E? N·T A RY. WVEDNESDAY,. FEURUARY' IG aSSa. IN. the Legislative Council, -:The iPresident read a ?niessage from the Governor giving the Royal: .assent to' the Supply Bill. for January. :Mr. G.,H. Cox presented a petition from miners at Braidwood, in favotir of 'the. No Liability Mining Company's Bill. : SThe petition. was received.: : SThe.President. reid 'a message froin.? the Legislative Assembl) requesting: the- concur rence of the Council in the passing of the Mohunt Kembla ; Coal and Oil Conipany's Railway Bill. : : :i : On the Motion of Mr. Darley, the bill was read: a fiirst time. t?r b Mir. Hill moved,- --Thatthere be laid uppn.the table of this :-House a return:of all the Roman. Catliolic teachers in the Public schools in tlie colony, with the dates of their appointment and the salaries, they receiveY After, ieiks the.motion wias: agrieed to. SMr. parld.moved the second reading of the l d tundem Degrees Bill. Afteir dissctissioi?, the :ti'iohn wasi passed, and t...

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THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

TIHE DINNEt. ? ..The:ofliccrs asnd represoetativoes: fiomstho Sdneyl District invited the delegatesefloin thoeboun?ry to a dinner on I.iday evoeing;:the:l 11'tli instant;. and this, which was got up in first.class style, by Bro. ther Morgan of the \Wheatsheaf:Inn,! was held in the meeting-room of the four L'es-Loyal Love-of Liberty Lodge, Nearly the: whole of the ,repire. sentatives were present, togetbher with some of the other prominent memboers in.Sydney. ' :: The chair was occupied by the District Master, Brother Ncwland; who wa suplported on his right by.Graud Master Mle Cubben, and on his left by District Sccrctary Bretntiall. Bothier Marshill,' Deputy District Master, lilled the vioccliair. ? After the edibles so abuodantly provided by the catorer had beeli disposed of, : The Ol:Chairman in a few appropriate remsark'epro: posed the first toast of the crening-'' The Queen, which was drunk most othulsiastically, the conls pany singing thli National Anthem, .:.. : : Need we add ...

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SATURDAY, FEBUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

The mecting was oponed.at half.past nine by the roll being called, whe'zi all aoswered to. their *names. The first mattor wis:the consideratiou of the 100th rule, which i. secifies the amount 'of sick gifts, &c, to whiobh i member is outitled; and after n: such .disceussidn had talken ilace upon the question, the twofirst clausos-as proposed by the Sydney District were adopted, ad : the': third rejected. ' . ':! . The 102nd ns'w rule was thnou gmne iito; and after much diseoussion it was carried iin the follow. ing fdrm..-" Thi'sall branches shall open their meetings t ,eight o'clock if live members are presait, and remsin open till such time as may be agrccd upon by a summoined meeting of the lodge; but in' no us?so shall a branch be kept open later than eleuen p us. Any business transaoted after that hour shall be null and void. All branches shall meet for business at least once in each month." .It Wias a'so decided that tihe tinancial meetings of the lodges be held on the...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

... . GUNNING. ", (F, o our' orrespondent.) DiEi'rr.-The interment .of the late J. Ken nedy Esq; took.place this morning at: about half-past 9 in the Gunning Cemetery;.. The procession moved from St. Edmund's Church at the above h]our.. The Rev. Mr. Kiigsmiill officiated;., .The deceased gentleman had been ailing. for. the .past fortnight, aid . went to:Sydney, to seek for medical advice . I un derstand =the cause of death; wasi paralysis. T'he corpse arrived at the.,Gunning- station yesterday.by the 4 o'clock.train.i:; . Accidents.-The, Rev. Mr. Kingsmill met with a isevere. accident this forenoon :whilst driving out.,; .After, passing through the gates at the; station something was .wrong .with .the animial he was driving, and in .,getting out quickly he slipped in some way to the ground, breaking his leg about half-n ay between the thick .part land .the ankle. .Dr.. Newington was quickly in attendance a'nd reduced the fractuire. ..Boti, boies were broken.-Yester day a little girl...

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NOTES ON MANY THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

: NOTES ONB MANY TINGS. : BY Cosato . Se;iE titue since I alluded to a suliject that I pro. mis id to deal with at siomncfutute date; and lthiough the question ..is. amost, too delicate fortfie rough hallds of.a lboot-fiisher, the present time is as soitablobas an othelie for fsulfilling my prbmise The query 'I'propounded .oni tlhe first oc cision, and the one: I:seek aii: ans?wir for' now, is '-Why don't.they marry ? By "' they" I meon the marriageable ;meun of our city, because ": would never.calaminate the fair fame:nof our snaidene by saying that they would refuse if asked. . Ab, .no ! the comfetitioh in the iritrimoiial market has been ien o rkdl a ti thatthe fait ones hate tlesnted thlelniives !to ' particular iiission -a missi'n to which all :other :ais insad oliject ield ::It is - " Get married--a good match if you can' bht get married.'i ? t Blelt me: returu to the.real delian quents--the, iien !Why are they. so listless, so apaahetieso beyondI all comlparison, indifferent ...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

BREVITIES,. SKED.ADDLED . Large quantities of lime are being sent along the line of railway. Best Ausitraliau beef tallow is worth 34s. per owt.inLo.ndon. The ship Hereford, has at last been got afloat, and has beenseoured.some distance from the shore. The ievenue receipts for the quarter in New Zealand amount to £317, 835. Yass is pretty lively just now with theo sporting fraternity that are visiting the place. A.u agitation is gaining ground fora reduction of railway rat.s, in Victoria, on agricultural produce. A bazaar in aid of the Roman. Catholic Church atYass will he opened by the Mayor on Tuesday next. A consignment of bricks has arrived it o'as3, to be used in .the erection of a refreshment-room nat the station there. The Goulburn. hospital' :oimitt:o, have appointed somre of their.numier to select a site for a new hospital. The Mayor has induced the railway departament to fill up the' trench'where a nuisance existl;inside of the railway fence. it is to be done fortlhwith. T...

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GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS' BIENNIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

IGR&ND .UNITED ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS' .::: BIENNIAL tIEETING. Tirs grand meetirg of representatives of the vari rus distriots and neutral lodges in connection with the abs old:established Order of Oddfellows, which is only hold once in two years as indicated by the above heading,; commeeccd on Wednesday mornile, the'th.I instant, in the offices, George-street, Fydney. l';there was an unuasully large amount of busi. Sness-on-the sheet; and as the greater part of it nnasisteild of revising the rules by which the society ·is governed,.a deal of time was taken up there with, the meeting lasting no less than four days. The following oflficers and delh gates took their seats either when the roll was callid or shortly afterwards:-Grand Master, BIrother Johi Mc .Ctilbben, chairman; Deputy Grand Master, Brother Charles OClridae, vice chairman;- Granrd Secretary, Brother Alfred L. Smith, secnretary; Delegates,' Sydney Distriet-Brotlrers .George: Mieb'n',' 'Jdhn .i''mes, 'P. J. Newlar d,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

IF YOU WAIT CHEAP ABND GOOD LAss8 & EARTHRENWARE Go to KNIGHT'S. Opposite Jacob's, Sadd ' (IUPS nnd, Saucers, from 5s. de? '-mbler, '- from 4s. dcz.-n; White and Gold Cina Cup, ferin pattern; Tumblers aud Wines nat ow prices; White IrouL.stonl. Mleat Diehee, all siz?s; Chamber .ets, from 4a. sot -complete, KNIGHT, Auburn-street, Opposite Mr. Jacob's, Saddler's.;: AUSTRIAN CHAIRS! AVE YOUR' MONEY BY IBLYING YOUR CHAIRS at O. FURNER AND SO S' Sloane & Bradley Streets. A LARGE STOCK OF ..DINING ROOM CHA RS ARM1 .FOLDING, S JUST OPENED. Prices (cireatly iU(edicee'. SETT EIMENT :". ALL ACCOUNT RESPECIFULLY RE QUESTED. ,. -, I':My prcsent busi as will hbe TRICT CASH. FtES RUIT, FIS , OYSTER,, &0, So uliecd DA?LY of BEST Q:JTLIT A LWE: T C &NI[ `i ES. FR UIT, POULTRY, an PRODUCE' 13 bUGT in aoy qu e ntity. A. LANSDOWNE. S YDNEY CUP;, APRIL 20'mr, 18S1. No.' 1 00CONFERENCE--500 SubsoriberS , at One Sov. Each... D IS T RIBUT IO ON:::... S : First Horse ... ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

'1 ender Invited / _0 DIGGING O?T FOUNDATI('N and utting in a Rubblo Stnke one at t~e cornet Cliffd and Cowper arot Tcder~rs to Atae price pe~~od, and t;o bie s'at in b MONDAY NIGI?. .. / ac&ed. G OULBU 1rGAS SIrIRE. Apply tD. J. ' Ma L/OD, Montague.\reet. Wanted, .4COMP lIENT IARLOR.M AID. A yat THOMAS' BFAMILY HOTEL. B'a ted, :i GIR Jas COOiK .nn LAUNDRESS, .? ..E I:LAURET, Wylla. S: e:; P:O ' : anted. m, / ViVO BOYS as Apprentices to the Tinsm SBusiness W. KINGSELL, Auburn.rel. ::anted,; '1'HE ~41AGEMENT of, or' to assist, a ... -" ERAL STORE,'" by a sober si ic. -spcct;besqng' cmaii; experienced in evcrbranch., ligh o oencesu. Seurity given if required. Apply, T..D;, olloe of this paper. .,.~. Wanted.s - .'VKING 11OLTSEKEEP RII; ru ~'eild ' , objcoctal to. . Apply MI. JE?KINS, Au .ssreet," . . O HOUSE , D P?tRLOR /iAID. Apply 1. JENKEN, Auburs,,stre?t. Ww:1:8 steel, l YesNE LSERVl3LT hr. A. BN.NT, ~'oshreet. A nSPECI'BLE YOUNG P'e, N as O*i OK.u-buApply to. Mins.- B l Bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

E. C. M F~D , . Arc1 otect, MONTAGUE-ST ET, BURN For General Wear, from '50s 'WATCHES For Bush Wear (very strong), from £8 WATCHES For Ladies' Wear, from 50s ENGLISH LEVERS ( unting.0as-s) And with Hair Spring, prote ted a that i~ not get injured by ha ridi g, £6 FINEST FINISHED ENG ?? VERS (Hunting and Cry al Cases), w Chrono ei o,,;h tor, balance ad?nted for any a~nte, £10 Special Wat hes for aoing! PRESENTATION JEW ELLERY ! ! Of all kinds, for Christmas and New Year Presents. N. W. RICHARDSON, Meohanics' Institute Buildings, GOPLBURN. Dr. CA oL,, LR.flC.S.I., L.M., GO( DALn?? ...,, CAN .E ooNSUbe AT TIE / -NEW DI NSA IY , Auburn atrest, next the F'ost flOe, ( lburu. Augilt 19, 1879. / "' Boots and -Shoes. j AS JUST RECEIVED A SPLEN ID AS. SORTMENT OF JADIES', GENTS', & CHILDRE? BOOTS/ AND SHOES OF EVERY DESCRITTION, which he is SELLING at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. N.B.-All kinds of SEWN & PEGGED WOtIl ado and repaired on the Premises. Monuments, Ieadstones, &c...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

COMMTtERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. S""8 o ulu v . . TRADI oif most lsinds during the week has hesen tolerably active when the past few veeks areltankce iutbo colnsideration ; butthere is still room for imn pri'ement.: Country didters are coming.in a little moire'freely, and- now that the work of threshing inay be said to be partly over trade will doubtless he a little'more brisk during the next few weeks. uWool. - Thliere are very few transactions to report of a local character; but thereeare still a few loads coming forward, the major poition of whichd fids its way to the metropolis. .:Hides.-The market for these may lie sa'id to be drill. From a piivate telegram which a gentleman coubrteously allowed us to see on wednesday last we learned that in London beavy hides were worth 4eid,' which is equivalent to 3SId in Sydie;v hut as the niarket is dull we would reoon niend th: lob?ial m'iThrket, Where the prices range from Ga.to 10( eld according to condition. SBheepskins.- There are several b...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 February 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [FRoa OUR0 CORRESPONDENTS ] SYDNEY, FRIIDAY. THE Intercolonial Cricket Match between Victoria and New' South Wales cotjimenced to-day, the former going first to the wickets, with following result:-McKay,'b Garrett, o; Midwinter, b Evans, o.; Horan, b Garrett, 26; Turner, c and b Garrett, 3j; Allan, c Bannerman, b Evans, 26; Coulthard, b Gar rett, 5; 'Kelly,.-.b -Evans,' "2a,; ?McShane, b Jones, 61; Healey, b Evans, 12 : Cooper, I; Edwards, not out, 31 ; sundries i6.' All out for 193. New South Wales: A. Bannerman, caught out, o ; Massie, not out, 22z ; C. Bannerman, not out, io. One wicket for 34, when the stumps were drawn;'"' Skrunoav. ." SrURA." In the Assembly yesternight, Mr. Garrett moved the second reading of tile Press: Bill. 'A short dis'cission followed,: and 'the debate was ultim,,itely adjoui-fied tilli Friday next. The other business transacted was unimport ant. 'There was obily a moderate attendance :at the dricket match yesterday. The game now...

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