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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Feb. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

CABLE I.MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. I LONDON, Feb. 24. ALTHovUH for some time past there has been amarked dimninution in the number of agrarian crimes in Ireland, these crimes are again on the increase in various, parts of the country. Numerous-iepbrts of outrages against land lords and their agents have been received during.the past few days. NATAL, Feb. 23. Intelligence was received to-day from the front, stating that a large convoy, with provi sions and war materiel, sent under strong escort from Newcastle, has reached Sir George Colley's camp'at Laingsnek. The inain body of the reinforcements is now on the march andis ?'ily pressing forward. The arrival of the donvoy, it is expected, will enable Sir George Colley to hold his position until rein forcements reach him. CALCUTTA, Feb. 24. Latest reports received from Candaharstate that there are numerous symptoms at that place of the approachinig evacuation of the town and province by the British troops. No doubt is now ent...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Cole's Great Circus. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

S .Cole's Great (Circus, As .announced by advertisement elsewhere W. WV Co!es' great circus, menagerie, museum and :congress of living wonders will make their appearance in Goulburn on Friday March:.8, and yesterday when the advance agent with his men were placarding the town it caused no small amount of amusement to the juvenile portion of this country that were about. This combination of living wonders hail from America. The proprietor being well up in the art of catering for public amusement,:has not, we believe, left a stone unturned in procuring the most wonderful animals on the face of the globe. The Press of the whole of'the places where this gigantic show has opened'speak in the highest terms of all and everything .in connection with the menagerie and :circus, including the aerial bicycle riders, and': we are informed that amongst the most wonderful novelties a troup of trick stallions forms no mean part; seven of these thorough-~bred beaities appear in the ring at one timie...

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

THiWsD.i,'fEI3lARU.Y 24. In the sLegslatie Council, :On the mdtion of Sir iJoln Roblertsdo? it was agreed ..that soi much of the standing ordersshould be suispended as.would p1eclude the passiiij of the 'Temporary Supply Bill for February, through its remaining stages during one sitting of the Coincil 'ind the bill vas afterwards read the second and third tiiimes, and returned to the'iAssembly:. = ":' : On the.motion of·Mr.Darley, the Mount Keribla C6al and IOil Company's Railway Blli was read the third time, passed, and re turined: t.tile Legislitive Assenmbly, . The House then went into committee for the further consideration of the No-!iability Mining Companies Bill. : g Mr. DI)arley iimved tlhat 'rogie ss!be re: ported. - : ::Aftrsin edisciussin lea ?igiven to sit again on WVednesday next. ":. T he,House, adjourned., , i:.: :: In tlhe Legislativ?e??sseinbly, Thr -ioio s ih f ciiio iiiii teeor suiily S::'0htti a tike 1 .cof;~'st o frr tiih depart of Lunacy being. again proposed, ...

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

GOULBURN BOROUGR COUNCIL, Tsai fortnightly meeting of the above Council took place last evening. Present-The Mayor, and Aldermen Hawkins, Osborne, Caldwell, Taylor, Me Connell, and Wombey. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The correspondence, inwards and outwards, was read, and received on the motion of Aldermen Osborno and Caldwell. The finance report, as follows, was read, re ceived, and adopted, on the motion of Alderman Bawkins, seconded by Alderman Osborne: "FINANCE IEPOET. " Present-The .Mayor and Aldermen Hawkins and -Wombey. " Your committee recommend that the following accounts be paid, 19th February, 1881:-Wages sheet for week ending l1th February, 1881, £19 18s; ditto, ditto, 18th February, 1881, £30 5s 8d ; J. B. Salmon, salary, £5; ditto, commission on £206 14s Id, £10 Os Od; WV. B. Sibson, salary, £2 2s 4d; F. Cant, removing nuisances, £1 10s; ditto, cesspits account, £5 78 3d; election ex peonses, £6 14s Gd; J. Buckley, metal, £5 Os Pd; P. C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

Australian Stores. TAILORING DEPARTMENT. S pecial Notice. 1TTE.h e pleasure in announcing to the Gentlemen of Goulburn and district that, having . , dispensed with the services of our late Cutter, we have engaged As FOREMAN ot our TAILORING DEPARTMENT; and we now have the utmiost Sconfidence in soliciting orders, which we can promise will be EXECUTED in REALLY , FIRST-OLASS STYLE. MR. TYLER comes to us direct from the Establishment of J. F. HOLLE (which is well-known as occupying a first position in the Tailoring trade in Sydney). He has an 'established reputation, and in -additio'i to most -Unexceptionable References, extending bover many years, his ability and scientific knowledge of his profession has been vouched for to us by MR. RICHARDS (the Head Cutter at J. F. H611e's), whose recommendation alone should be all sufficient. OUR STOCK OF WOOL NS Comprises all the NEWEST PATTERNS in TWEEDS,. &c./and will be replenished at short intervals with the LATEST:and . MOST FASHIO...

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THE GOULBURN AUXILIARY OF THE BRITISH & FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

THE GOULBURN AUXILIARY OF THE BRITISH & FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. THE annual meeting of the above society took place on Thursday evening in the Me chanics' Hall. There were about seventy persons present; the absence of clergymen was very noticeable, but doubtless the very inclement weather may have had something to do with this. The chair was occupied by Mr. Wm. Davies, and the Venerable Arch deacon Puddicombe, the Reverends D'Arcy Irvine, R. N. Morris, and G. Howden, Dr. Sly, and Alderman Caldwell occupied seats on the platform. At eight o'clock the chairman opened tlie proceedings by stating that some arrange ments which he hoped would have been made had apparently fallen through. He had hoped to have had some good music, with singing; but it was now deemed advisable that the meeting should be opened, and they. could not do better than open it with praise, after which the Rev. Mr. Morris would read the Word of God and the Rev. Mr. Howden would offer prayer. He ivoild now' ask...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

P AR LI A M EN TAR Y. VEDNEniAY, EIEBRUARY 23. IN the Leglsative Council, :: The President informed the House of the receipt of a message from the Legislative Assembly, forwarding the Temporary Supply Bill for February for the consideration and concurrence of the Council. On the motion of Sir John Robertson, the bill was read the first time. On the motion of Mr. Darley, the Ad Eundem Degrees Bill was read the third time, passed, and returned to the Legislative Assembly. On the'motion of;Mr. Darley, the Matri monial Causes Act Amentment Bill was read the third time; the House dividing on the mnotion-nAyes, i6: noes, 5. The bill was returned to the Assembly. The Mount Kembla Coal and Oil Conm 'iany's Railway Bill was read the second time and, afterwards passed through committee withdut amendment. Mr Darley moved the second reading of the No Liability Mining Companies Bill. After discussion, in which several members took part, the motion was agreed to, and the bill was read the second ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

WEDNESDAY,' MARCH 2su. 500 TiFt-olass S ORE WETHERS. Hv'LA Y Nil I)~ Haie reeved instructi us to sell /sction, / At the Publi Sale Yard, / O WEDNESDA , MAR 2ND, At twelv o'clock, OO FIR ST.C ASS WETHERS TUESDAY, MARCH 1sT. Iron Bedsteads, Perf ated Seat Chairs Rooking and Arm C airs, Marble Clooks Cedai and Pine Tabl s, Toilet Sets Miinoing Machines, Siding T Gas Pendants Paper Ma *e Writi g Desks, Baths, &c. &c. INLAT & CO Have eved inst tions to sell actiock., A their Auction Belmore-uar:, 'O TUESDAY ~ 'ET AH. Isr. At 1 o'clock. PERFORATED SE TED CHAIRS, Rocking - "ditto, 4 Post and Half.Testeo Iron Bedsteads : Marble Clocks, Gilt ditto in Shade * Travelling Trunk, Bets - Cedar and Pine Tables 2 Iron Bedsteads (Frenc Top) Mincing Machine, 2 Slidig T Gas Pendants Paper Machie Desks, &o ?e. The above are quite fresh bd for positive sale. S Terms-Ca . FRIDAY, 4i e MARCH. VALUABLE ND MODERN IOUSEKOLD FURINITURE COMPRISE AS UNDEI:, THE PROPERT1 OF ALEXAN...

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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

CROOKWELL. (From our correspondent.) Tat weather for the last week or two has been very seasonable and fine. Our days have been enjoyable and our evenings rendered musical during the last moon by the strains of sweet harmony from our local band. Wheat is now coming into town in large quanti. ties, although the thrashing is not yet over; very many large stacks await the thrashing machines. We are sorry to hear 'and even to find so much wheat has been damaged by the late rain. It is a bad thing, with wheat as so low a figure, that our farmers should have to suffer a still further loss, buit such is the case in far too many instances, Coming event -Our Agricultural Show now is much talked about and preparations are being made to make it a grand success. A tea meeting takes place at Laggan to-day, got up by our Presb3 terian friends, who also intend to bold a concert in our Temperance Hall this evening. Our Weselyan friends purpose on the 11 of March next to lay memorial stones in their...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

BREVITIES. COLE'S wonderful show is coming. The license for Mandelson's Hotel was cancelled yesterday. There was a noticeable absence of clergymen at the Bible Society Meeting last Thursday evening. The boy Stirgess, whom we reported as having been bitten by a snake, died on Thursday evening from the effects of the bite. The Goulburn Mechanics' Hall will soon present an external ornamental appearance. The hardworked postal officials of Goulburn have got another "mate." They should have had one long ago. The Volunteers parade again this evening, when the gold pin and other prizes are to be presented.. The Parkes Agricultural Show took place on Wednesday last, and resulted in a success from every point of view. Sir Modred won the Dunedin Cup on Thursday last, with On Dit second. SThe match between tle Australian Eleven and the Auckland team was drawn last Thursday, and the Eleven left for Sydney. Large nizmbers of miners are daily leaving Te. mora for Wilcannia diggings. A young man n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

W? aIted, -O' S as Appr uticc to the T thing Buss w. . KIN SELL, Aub ni treet. S Wanted, EIGHT OR NINE SMART B as ren. * tioes, at Wood & Co's Boot Ftory. pply WOOD & GO'S., Auburn.street. * Wanted, SOBER MAN to Plough, Milk, and gerally Suseful. Apply DICKSON'S H Ti. i/ Wa ted,.. TRE G lemen of ulburn to ATt ND A T ME5ING of B MAN'S CL ?TING CLUB FIIS (Saturda ?IGHT, at o'clock at the LD ARGUS 0 Fl E. Y W'a te(, J t- YOu/G WOM N as NURSE Apply Sto fas. NASH, arp HItel. S VatHER d, Apply, /ROYAL Wantele. / MIEN TO RING-BARK 500/ACRES. S. EM NUEL. 7 ta ted, A RE ECTABLE GIRL about 5, as L- N ~SE; must.be fnd of children Apply, MRn. BURGIS, Poplar C?tage, Verner.-treet. Wanted, ST Gillespie's Boot Factory. EIGHT AB BOYS. CHARLES GILLESPIE, Goulburn. rO LET, /A COTTGE, Yass Road;/one on T Churg HiL, one a0 Iield, and one o Crool. welL JOHN O'BRIENImperial Hotel STO io T, BHAT /ILLA RESIIENCE, Cliffo dstreet,, trcsent occupied y Mos. W? DYER. ipply, J. BOND, Old Au trali...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

THE farming community of New South Wales are year by year finding out by results that a different system of managing their lands will have to be resorted to in order to allow them to remain in possession of their holdings. The low price of grain, coupled with the high rates charged on the railways of the colony for their produce, leave very little profit for the tiller of the soil; and further, the uncertainty of the season (or in fact most localities) is such that makes the condition of the farmer anything but an enviable one. But there is a way by which the returns from the land can be made a Sgreater certainty, and we purpose giving our readers the benefit of our opinion on this part of the subject of husbandry. If we had not tried and practiced it we would indeed be sorry to recommend our scheme. We consider that a selector or farmer holds a section, or 640 acres of land, and will take this area as the basis of our scheme. We will also presume that it is "ringed fenced," or in p...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. WVLIaAM H"ENRY HELY, a boy 15 years,of age, was drowned in the Murrumbidgee, at Wagga, on Saturday last. From the inquest that took ,place, we gather that, in company with another lad, deceased went in to bathe, and being unable to swim was carried away by the current. The jury returned a verdict of accidentally drowned. A late issue of the Eho, referring to the recent;.dr0vning .of Mr. Edward John Cun ningham of Goulburn in. the Murray, says : " Justice sadly miscarried in the, case of that unfortunate .man Cunningham, who was drowned in..the river at Albury. It seems doubtful.v whois ;most to blame in.the affair; but the case a!together is one that cannot be overlooked by the authorities in Sydney, and we trust it will soon be fully inquired into." , A hundred.and seventy-four tons of stone from. No. I North Glanmire Company's mine, Gympie, yielded 2734 ounces of retorted gold, or about I53A, ounces to the town. This is a'paying:.spec. beyond question. ..A plague of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

i.Protestant l cne Friendly Society, i. Belmore Lodge, No. 10. SSTABLISHED o a Protestant basis, for the promotion of ited and harmonious action, and the relief of meom rs and families by the sup ply of medicine an medical attendance; for Sdefraying the expense of burial of deceased mem hbers and their wives, ud in cases of sickness or accident to make sun provision as allowed by the rules o society. . 'F ,Donation is5 per membe ? addi. t0 in ii years. al Donation £1l per membs e. ; . S pay one guinea er week. h lowing is the ale of I ens for benefit members: SYears. Year £ s. d. From 17 and under 21 .. .. O 10 0 , 21 ,, 24 .................. 60 12 ,, 24 ,, ................ 15 0 S ,, 26 ,, 2 8 ..... ......... 0 17? 6 ,,. 28 :,,' 3:. 0 ? ..........: ..i. i 0 0: 30 , 3o . • .... . 1 ,i 32 . ,, ....... ................ 1 , 3o , 36..... . .. .... 1 1 6 ,,3 , "37 ................. 1' 17 6 . i , 37' ,, ' 38 .;...... 2... 2 "2 0 ,, 38 ,,. s ... ..;........ 3· 0 0 :I, ~39' ~ ·40...... ........

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

GOULB1JR1: ITEMIS, UPo r0:iefetencli to tl'e new electoral roll for the county;.of A'~g?le, which has just been collected,; we notice tliat there are 28I9 names contaiied. in it. 'This is an increase of 49 on.the roll that was in September last, the figures theli being 277o. We notice that for the last fewv days the hall of the School of Arts has been used as the reading room by members of the institute. This has been necessitated through certain alterations being proceeded with in the upstairs part of the building; and when not otherwise engaged, the hall will continue to be used for the. purpose named till the alteriations are completed. .:The following selections were taken up at ,th~enl d oflice on Thursday last :-John McRae, 40 acres, county Argyle, parish Turallo; Patrick Barrett, 40 acres, county Argyle, parish Bore; John Cameron, 4o acres, county Georgiana, parish Hillas. The speakers at the annual meeting of the Bible Society on Thursday evening last were deservedly applaud...

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Goulburu Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULBURN FROM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

Goulburu Post-Office Time-Table. MAILS ARRIVE AT GOULDURN F1,01 B?NDA, at S p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Bore, at midnight daily, Saturday excepten Braidwood, midniglit daily, Saturday excepted Breadalbane, at 1.15 an.m. daily, Suuday excepted Bungendore, at midnight on Suuday, Tuesday, and Friday Bungonia, at 1.7 n.m. daily, Monday excepted Canberra, at 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Cirrick, at 2.20 p.m. daily, Sunday excepted Collector, at 1.15 a m.on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Cooma, at midnight on Sunday, Tuesday, and . Fiiday.; and 1.15 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday Crqookell, at 8 p.m. ou Monday, Wednesday, and Friday,; Cuiraiwang, at 0.30 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, , and Saturday Cfrraw;eela "at ` ' p.m. on Monday ansl Friday Daltobi,:t' . 15 a.mn. on Tuesday and Friday Fullirton, at'S p m. on Monday and Friday Giuninderra, 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...

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To-day's Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

To-day's Police Court, SBefore the Police-Magistrate. .Benjamin Brewer was charged by the pqolice with being drunk and disorderly and also with using indecent language. Mounted-constable Scott, of North Goul burn, who arrested the prisoner, proved the case, and the Bench convicted him for being drunk and disorderly and fined him 40os, or seven days, and for indecent language £E5, or three months in Goulburn gaol. : This was all.the business.

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. BEFORE the Police-Magistrate, and Messrs. Voss and Conolly. A man named Ryan (a cripple) was brought up charged with vagrancy; and he was sent to gaol for five days, pending an application for his admission to the Benevo- lent Asylum. Edward J. Martin (on remand) was again brought-up charged with stealing a boiler from James Liggins, of Grafton-street. The evidence taken when this case was previously heard, and which appeared in our last issue, was read over; and the Bench ordered the prisoner to be sent to gaol, with hard labor, for three months. The same prisoner was then charged with stealing a boiler, the property of Mr. Lewis. The evidence in this case was also published in our last issue. Convicted, and ordered to be imprisoned, with hard labor, for three months—the sentences to be concurrent. John Marshall was charged with vagrancy. The evidence in this case was published in our last issue. Convicted, and ordered to be imprisoned fo...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 26 February 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, SATURDAY. In the Legislative Assembly yesternight, the debate on the remission of interest was resumed. The discussion lasted till one o'clock when the debate was adjourned to the 18th March. The Premier spoke at some length and stated that if the resolutious were carried, the Government would not carry them out. The following gentlemen were elected directors of the Sydney Infimary, viz. John Harris, H. E. Allen, Robert Fowler, S. Burdekin, J. Pope, E. Horden and G. Wise. The examination of Bechet continued through- out yesterday, and was further adjourned till Monday next. Diggers are leaving Temora, and are proceeding to the new diggings at Wilcannia. A London telegram from Sir George Colley states that he has taken advantage of the arrival of the convoy which reached Lainsprek a few days ago, and has sent out reconnoitering parties which are engaged in further examining the position occupied by the enemy. He has also asc...

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Victoria Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

Victoria Jockey Club.. THE "Autumn Meeting of the Victoria Racing ,Ciutb'commenced on Saturday last4 ? The racing was very good. His Excellency the Governor was present,'andthe day being fine, a large concourse of people attended. The result of the racing was as follows: :,...., r .- i' -. ..DLE ,c.. . . - } -: F ... ... ',? Si etmPat a ......... . ........ I SPraaidcnt'' -... ...;. . 2 Dairingila '..20 ........ The Dean : :...;, ,. ..; 2 Lord Burleigh ..: .. : .. .. -.s All ihrea i'wee horom the same stable, and merely canteredfrouid the course in band ages. Time, 6 min. S" seconds. AS0OT 'VALE STAKES. Royal Maid;. :.;... ..: ....,... 1 Somerset . . 2 > W Darebin ...... ....... ! " iuNswVICIK STAK ES. , ]i -' Nightmare Wanileiing ae ?. ..? ......: 2 Napper Tandy' ... . 3 ST. LGER STAKIAE. GrandFlauei?r .. .. . 1 Progress . . . , , ........ . Onl thetvtwo staited, and they ran1 neck and neck until reaching the horse: turn, when Flaneur _drew4 away,'and ;won easily ;.Yeo mans, on ...

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