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Intercolonial Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

Iutercolonial Cricket Hatch. THE Intercolonial Cricket Match was continued on Saturday last at the Association cricket ground, when 10,000 persons attended. The batting of Miassie was graud, and much admired. The ridding sf the New South Wales teamA: ;s good liioiighoiut, : and the bowling wits also ver,y effctCivce. Victoria ultimately won the nmatch by 30 runs. Appended are the scores :---,~ .*~ VironrIA.-Ist Innings. Oidwinter,.b Evans: ......... ...... . .. O ,Mdejackay b'GarreGtt;;;....... .. .... ...... F. Allon, A. Bannernrman, b Evrmns .......... 256 .... . .T;Horan, b Garrett ............................;.. 20 .Tun.er, eand b Garrott l S oulthaird,: b Garrett :.... .. Mli'Shanea; Jones, b E ?s .......;... .... 01 Edwards, noot e. Healey, c Ioborts,,b Evans...........;..;...;:. .12 Cespes, is Greeny .. --"' Coolmr/b Oregorye ........... ............ . ........ 10 - .Leg byes 4.; .. L.... ......:... . ... Total !f. ..J.105 . Vlcronla.- nid Inlings. Mackay, b Evnois w . .. Edw...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

ODDS AND BENDS. ON Sunlday: afternoon, a Mr. James Kerr was ruim over Iby.a horse and buggy in Kingstreet, between Kent and Suissex streets Sydney, and so seriously irijureidtliat he was immediately removed to the lnlireilary. Os admission to that institution he was foiiud to be in an unconscious state; his right leg ws'fratriiYedji~t t above the knee, and there were two seover(iesalpwivonds. From particulars gleaned aftdrweiidsi, it appears that Messrs. D. end B. Foley drove up to Punch's -Iotel, in the buggy, and got out and went into the hotel, leaving the horse ii chaige.of a shoeblack named Thomas M'Guiness. As they passed inside, one of the Messrs. Foley threw M'Gniuesa a sixponny piece, wlichl, rolled into the gutter, in front of the horse. 'Geiuiinesso wont foriward to pick it up, 'ud, as' hi did so; the horse bolted." Mr. Kerr rushed foiward and tried to seiz9 the reins, but was keocked. down and received the injuries described. :.; The Despatch says some few days ago as Jo...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

\ GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evening Penmy Posd [PRINTED BY 5TEAM] 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 medium T&ERBS OX SUBOTIPTION: 12E. per Annlum, or 3s. per Quatrteo in Advance. Any subsoriber wisbing to decline the papes 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 amounn of their subsoription. ADVERTISING TERMS: For the first inch of space, 2s. Gd.; for every euOceeding inch, is. Advertisements sent to the office without notifying the number of insertionc will be continued at advertisers' cost until an order is received to stop. Any person ordering on behalf of a committee the insertion of advertisements will be'hold respon sible for payment of the same. JOB PRINTING : The Evening Penny Post Stea...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Feb. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Froan Sydney Daily: Papers. I : : LONDO, Feb. r9.: U.' PantL toonk his seat ini the BoHise'of Com moils yestcrday, bei~g?lish first appeareisce thce since his return :fromi Prins He has givein -great offence to mainv of his party in e nsequence of the. visits he palmid when i Fiance to Henri ioch'lfost asd other pr?onineut Coivmrmuiss. .:Seieral obf:his adlherent have. expressed t?ieirsielves ,erjy strongly on the matter, and some have formally seceded from the l;ty:- of c;chich Pareioll is "thei a Icdeir. " The reason they give for this unovemenet is thath he his been ccquettigeng with. French Communists, with whom they assert they .aved nothing in..cmimon. . Sr. Errsrsunor , Feb. 18. SThe belief- that pacific, iitentions are entertained by IlRuo'sian tobw ai ie eTtl e.Tnkirco mania has been still fiirtiier striigtcened by the faict that General Sleib'lpefl comiiinnder' of the forces, is nowhon . his way bnck fircm Gcek Tpe:o , :?. : ; ,"LosDsox, Feb. 19. The Rigit...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

GOULBUBRN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21. BEFORE the Police-Magistrate, Mr. Marsden, and Mr. Coriolly, J.P.s. Mr. H. S. Gannon applied for a with drawal;, of.the case, Armstrong,.v. Harvey..,.l .Gianted. .. . . Ed?vard J. Martin was charged with steal ing aboiler, the property of John Liggins. C.ol's'.bleW'Whealey deposed- Oin Sati~lrda last, from what I was'told, I 'veit:to Grafton street, and from there towards the old town ship, to arrest a nmaL who had been charged with stealing a boiler,: the property of Mr. Liggins;; I went under the Fitzroy bridge;, the irisoner and tlfree oshers were there; I saw the marks of the boiler on his trousers and also ofi'the black :of liisc?iat T:I asked him where the boiler was, and he said at Mrs Hardy's;;. I asked him' to show. me,. and told him-Iwas a policemian ;': he:.said he woiuld show me, but declined to do so; I then ar: r&sted him for"stealing the boiler :"prisoner then said, Il wifll tell ,you riothing:about it now;" .he wva...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

E 4 C. RIEr., MONTsTAGUSTREET, GOULBURN TO LADIES. Dr, Bur lett's- a 11s (liEGISTE ED)(J R.'EMOVE all diflealtC , SicknelHand Com. . plaints. Post fr To bo h? only'from DR. BURDETT (late urgeon of /. "Otago" and "Himalaya"), 209 Liverpool.street east, opposite Yeirong-street, Sydney. Ladies can be accommodated during Acnouchement at above address. WALTER DANIEL, (SuccessoUn 1o MI:S. R1CIIAIDn) UNDERTAKER. Funerals Furnished 9 the I Iotice with the reateste. C'IIARGES S'STRI PLY MI yATE." ADDREsS: WALTER DANIEL, BOUR KE- STR E E T, CGOULBURN, Optosite the Public Echool. OILI THE CREATElST WONDER or ],[ODERN TIME81 EII IIB LONG experience ha provecd tllcese fnous remedies to be most efetua in crineg cher an la es r thle sllg~hter comphldnt l~ll f #e]ore l~rlu~ryin cideetal to tile life of a n to tr se iii the ba sh.? I Occasional dooese 'C tl c s c ill g to system a?gainst those evils W ieur fn beset uman race, vac-:--c lc caldsr of liver and .'?o lch-- tll e forerners of fever, dysea...

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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

INQUEST. An inquest was. held on Saturday aftelnoon, at Brislbanc Grove,on the body of the late William JotephThorn. In the absance of Mr. A. M. Betts (the coroner),i: Mr;. Marsden,: J, P., conducted it Foctunatcly for the acting-coroner, Mr. Gillespie's tannery was close at hand; from whence the jury mnca were obtained, or doubt'es there would have bde' sime' difficdulty in getting the ro.uirce' numblr. Aftcr -the jury were sworn, and had viewed the body, Georgians Toovey deposed: [ am a laundress, and reside in a house in the paddock about 300 yards distance, belongiing to the late Mr. Thorn; the body just viewed by the jury is that of Mr. Joseph Thorn; he was residing here privately; I have sacn him.two or three times a day; I used to do the washiisg for him; I-saw him twice yester da?;: hle has hot been ivwell for some weeks past; I think deceased. esaw Dr: Morton in town; he has not been confined to his bed; he was in town last about the 4th December last; I don't think the doc...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS, Wi: have inspectcd the worliks at theonewaol, and are glad tio iotice tihae fair progres ia being made with the brick wills. If one can judge of the sta bllity of th.e work from outside appearances, we must proniuni l ii;t or.sueli a character that evil doers when confied therein will have to use more than hbeman ingli?uity tioget free. We understand that numbers of oor towisfolk visit the works, the walk to which biig, at all times; a short and pleaoaono. one Tenders are invited for the erection of a,weather. shed at. the Public 5ch:ol"l NNrith.Couilburn, and must be in by t'he ?lst Mah:' ie?t: At the Police Coirt?':, yesterday, there were iseveral cases of petty lirceny on the charge sabcet, and it: is ti?oitght· th1at the po1ice liiive got the leaders of thegang;of ;thieves whio haveo given the disfrit so much troable, ateiy.m) The Bible Sodiety vwill; hol its annual meeting ii the Mehanics' Hall: on Thursday evening next, There will in all probkbiliiyboea numerou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

BIRTH. At her residence Clifford-street, Goulburn, on 22nd February, the wife of MR. C. B. BASELEY of a daughter.  

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THE LATE CASE OF DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 February 1881

THE LATE CASE OF DROWNING. A CORONER'S inquest was held at Albury on Monday, 4th February, upon the body of Edward Cunningham, who was drowned in the river on Friday. The following evidence was taken : Sergeant Anderson deposed: I produce a   copy of minute of order of justice issued by the Goulburn Bench, which I was ordered to serve on Edward John Cunningham it was for £2 14s 2d; I found the man described on the order having his dinner at Mitchell's hotel last Friday; I asked him if his name was Cunningham and he said "No, Cum mins; " I told him I thought he was deceiving me, but that I would speak to him after he had had his dinner; on going back,to the dining-room I found him gone, but saw him disappearing down the back way; I followed him and chased him towards the river; Con stable Holahan joined me in the pursuit;. I told Holahan that the deceased was wanted on a money matter; the last time I saw de ceased was when he was 200 yards from the river; the body outsid...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 February 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. A wos?s named Oaken was admitted to the Sydney Infirmary on Monday last in an unconscious state. She was said to have had several fits. James Henry Hill, 15 years of age, and residing at Woodford, on the Blue Mountains, wos also taken to the Inlirnrry by sergeant Forbes, of Penrith, suffering from the effects of a gunshot wound in the abdomen. It appears that Hill and another lad were examining a revolver, which they did not know was loaded, and a man named Thomas Savage tried to take it from them, when one of the chambers exploded and the charge entered Hill's abdomen. Between 11 and 12 o'clock, an omnibus collided with the tram that was proceeding along Oxford-street, and the pole of the buss struck conductor Kirkpatrid while he was collecting tickets, and knocked him into the street. On being picked up he was found to have been seriously injured, and was removed to the Infirmary as soon as possible. The annual meeting of the Bathurst Agricultural Horticultural, and...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 February 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (Abridged from the Age.). . Titsadjourned committee meeting of:'tlioe .hospital was held on Wednesday last. As soon as the pre. sident bad taken the chair, and the minutes had been read and passed, he read a letter from Mr. and Mrs. Rloberta tendering their resig. nation, at a fortnight's notice, of their appoint ment as wardsman and matron of the institution, which was accepted, and drew from the treasurer a remark that this course obviated a deal of discus. sion. It was resolved to apply to the Sydney Infirmary with a view to ascertain the terms on which an experienced nurse could ba obtained for the institution, and meanwhile to advertise for ap. plications for the vacant situation. A letter was read from Mr. WV. Alileek, Gundaroo, suggesting a change of day from Wednesday to Monday for committee, meetings, as that gentleman could attend on no ether day. It was directed that Mr. Ailleck be apprised that the change could not be effected without prejudice, and that his ...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 February 1881

PRIMITIVE MLETIODIST CHURCHOK ANNIVERSARY. T?IE cerviceOS in connection with the aho've were held on Sunday last, upon which occasion the Rev. Bernard Kenn;y of Sydney preached to large con. grdgations in the church, Lagoon street, both morn. ing and evening. On Tuesday evening a tea-mcetiig was held in the school.rooms at the rear of the church, when an unusually large numher attended, embracing persons belonging to the different Protestant churches; and so great was the concourse that they could not all te satisfied without having a second lay of the tables. These were got up in really splendid style by the leading ladies connected with the church, the choicest fruit of the season and other eatab.es being provided in abundance. At length all were satisfied with the various viands supplied, when an adjournment to the' church was made, that somewhat commodious huilding being very soon cominfoitably filled. The proceedings were here domnmenced shortly after eight o'clock by singing a...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 February 1881

Church of England Working Men's Literary Association, THE weekly u-meeting of the above society was held on Monday evening last, when there was a fair attendance of members. The chair was occupied during the early part of the evening by the Rev. D'Arcy Irvine, and afterwards by the vice-president (Mr. H. B. Monkley). After the usual preliminary business had been disposed of, Messrs. John Stewart and Wm. Kingsell were duly elected members of the society, and introduced to the meeting; and another gentleman was proposed for membership. The special business of the evening-impromptu ad dresses-was then proceeded with, when a num. er of interesting subjects were spoken upon, including "The Society's Ministry," " Irish Affairs," " Money Getting, Talent, and Industry," "Cosmo's Writings and De parture," and " Chinese." Animated discus sions followed upon these questions, in which most of the members present took part. It was decided to hold a Spelling Bee in con nection with the society on...

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COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 February 1881

SCOLLECTOR. (From our Correspondlent.) A RETURN match between the sitigle and married men came off on Saturday, i9th. Some of the bachelors failed to put in an ap pearance, and their places were filled by some of the school-boys. At 3 o'clock play com menced. Mr. Longley, captain of the mar ried men, won the toss, and decided to go to the wickets. ' The first to: shoiv With the bats were 3. H. Sheridan, who made a.good innings for 13, and H. R. Poidevin, who was sent back to the tree for i. The wickets fell rather quickly to the bowling of P. Byrne and Goodwin, and none of the players seemed to be able to play it but W. H.: Poidevin, who carried out his bat for 9. The sifigle men' now took the bats fully expecting to top the score of 34 made by the married men; but the bowling of Longley and Sheridan .was too dead on, and they had to rest satisfied with a score oft 26; P. Byrne contributing to. The second innings the fielders had a lively time of it; the benedicts., knocking the lba...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 February 1881

BREVITIES. LIGIIOTNING most vivid last night. Slight shower fell last evening; the thunder was very heavy. Owing to pressure on our space a quantity of matter is heldovoer, but will appear in our.next. Mr. Myers' resolution, in reference t.o excessive railway rateo,'has been negatived. Punch's 'blotel, Sydney, has been sold for £45,000. In New Zealand there are 113 newspapers at the preent time in circulation . There is some talk of a Dramatic Company paying. Goulburn a visit in a few weeks hence. , Bishop Turner, of Armidale, has returned to the colony after two years' absence. The death rate in Victoria last year was lower than formerly. The Goulburn Police Court was filled with spec. tators yesterday. There will be another Aldermanic election in the courseof a month in Goulburn. Tomorrow, at the Police Court, there are several remand cases to be heard. The Borough Council is beginning to form asphalt t aving. A projeto is on foot in Melbourne, to light the Parliament Houses with ...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 February 1881

Telegrapmo i.ntelugeii nce [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. IN the Assembly. yestereight, the estimates were under consideration. A prolonged discussion took place on certain items of expenditure under the head of the Governor's department and military vote, each item being inelly passed without reduc tion of estimates as far as the vote for the Master in Lunacy. The House adjourned at one o'clock. In the Upper House the Supply Bill was read a first time; the Ad Endem Degree Bill and the Matrimonial Causes Bill have passed the third read ing. The Hunter River New Steam Navagation Com. pany have declared a dividen oftten per cent. It is announced that one of the leading French banking institutions intend opening a branch in Sydney Satisfactory reports are arriving from Mount Brown diggings, and a great rush is setting in : there is every prospect of it becoming a large gold, field. Skuthorpo, the reported discoverer of Leichardt'n roemains, left Brisbane for Sydney yester...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 February 1881

GUNNING. (-roeo our Correspondent.) BIsmI, Socti',.-A meeting was held on Tuesday night in the Wesloyan Church in connection with the Gunninig auxiliary of the Bible iociety. The Rev. J: Olifton occupied the chair, and the Rev. G. G. Howden .was present as deputation from Sydney. The following gentlemen were appointed offioe.bearers of the Gunning auxiliary, viz.: Eev. Chas. Kingamill, president; Mr. H. Saxby, vice-picsideist; Mr. Busby, secretary; Mr. A. S. Jones, treasurer; Mr. Reynolds, depositary; and the Rov. J. Clifton, Messrs. W. R. teynolds, F. W. Conolly, J. Bell, Ayes, J. F. Kenyon, W. Rudd, T. Brain, P. Board, N. T. Collins, J. WVearne, W. Crundwell, and 'Timmnis as committee. The cmminttee resolved to hold a public meeting on Wednesday evening in the church, the deputation to address the meeting on the olperatione of the society. On Wednesday evening the meeting so arranged was held, and opened by singing the .790th hynih, the Rev. J. Clifton engaging in prayer. After al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 February 1881

.TO T, OUSE Aj uburn str t South-Six R' om L ad/arge Kitchuen, present occup'd by J. David n Esq, Solicitor. Apply to J. HADF ELD. STRA ED, 1' ES_ DAY, in hobbl , CIJESNUT MARE, br aded P. np?r sho der, sore olreoulder. FISH bP, ap o ite T. 9h'r, n. ed.

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CABLE MESSAGES. NATAL, FEB. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 February 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Front Sydney Daily Papers. ) NATAL, FPn. 20. Tii?e latest intelligence from Newcastle states that previous to the departure of Sir Evelyn Wood for Pietermaritzburg, he made a brilliant reconnois* sauce with his force several miles into the interior of the Transvaal. It is understood that he obtained important information regarding the the strength and position of the Boers. LONDON, Fee. 21. In the House' of Commons this evening, Mr. Gladstone was questioned as to the truth of reports that have been current during the past week, that communications had indirectly passed between the Boers and Sir George Colley, with a view to hos. tilities being brought to an end. The Premier, in reply confirmed the reports in question and stated that it was quite true that the Governor of Natal, at the present time was negotiating with the Boers, fie added that the Government desired to bring about such a settlement as would be honourable alike on both sides, without further shedding...

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