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CABLE MESSAGES. NATAL, Feb. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

} ':dc"' ' -? "' ". 7"z,"" .CABILE 'MESSAGES. ;.(Fromns?r]Sdney .Daily-Paper&.) cwt .\JiI. rNa>A;Feb. z5. As already announced, comimunications were eci& tlt '£xchanged b6tween Sir George Colley and the' Boers, through the President of the Orange Free State. ' Although the ternsiF demianded by the Boers; lhave not transpired, it is believed they will be. of a character:that will offer a basis upon which niegotiations tmay be opened. Sir George Colley is known to be considering them, and hopes are beginning to be entertained that hostilities will shortly be suspended. Although the Orange Free State agreed to allow the British troops to pass through the territory, the Volksraad,:at the instigation of the President, passed a vote of sympathy with the pt ople of the Transvaal engaged in the struggle, hoping they Wvould attain their independence, and expressing a desire that the British Government may see their way to comply with the reasonable demands of the Boers. CA...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (Abridged from the Age.) . THE Queanbeyan newspapers have decided to'refrain from'sending ieporters to the corm minittee meetings of the Queanbeyan Hospital during the present management, as they deem it undesirable to give publicity to pro ceedings which are neither.complimentary to the intelligence of the press, nor marked by the spirit of fair play towards others. ?' The meeting for the election of sheep directors and directors under the Stock Act. convened in the Government Gazette at the, Court House, Qucanbeyan, on Friday last, was but poorly attended. The following gentleman were selected to act for both- sheep and large stock, viz., Messrs P, Naylor, G. F. De Salis, W. Webb, C. A. Massy, E. K. Crace, F. Campbell, and Geo. Osborne. At a general meeting of the members, of the Queanbeyan Cricket Club held oridWed nesday evening, it was decided to:. lay a Coomna team at that place before The season closes, Mr. Philip Pooley has offered to provide gratis a coach and o...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

P 'A R L.I A'IM E N T.A:R!Y. '.FRIDAY, FEBRUARY I the Legislative Assembly, "-, SMr. J:ýP. Abbott,asa niatter of .pivilege, ibroughtobef6re: the House the qilestion of ilieth~e'r: tlihe hon. ilemb?er for Argyle, Colonel Hollirb,?,' /as entitled tb be elected to or r?tain"ia seat in the House in view of the fact that at the, time of his election he was an officer? in the Voluniteer service, and was the holder of an office of profit under the Crown ;' and furthermore that he had been recently promoted from the rank of major to that of lieutenant-colonel, whereby his emolti meniits had been increased. He, mioved that the', case be referred to.. the Elections and Qualifications Committee for inquiry and report, and he contended that the decision of a previous committee in Ryan v. Shelherd was erroneous. Sir Henry Parkes would not object to, the question being referied to the committe, but lie dented that Colonel Holborow s recent promotion had been due to politicaliinflu ence. Mr.. Fitz...

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GUNDAROO. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

GUNDAiKO) (F'romn our Corresponden t. ) ; , AT a meeting of'Comnoners; Mr.A. Affieck in the chair, the?iecretary (A. Dyce Esq. J.P.) )presented the, accounts for the= year; whicha were audited.,by Messrs. George Elhliott and. Mc Grath and found correct. The sect retary stated that itewaslIis intention to offer his resignation, and gave 'as his reasosnithe very unsatisfactory working of tlie committee's instructions with respect t6othe use and in= terest. of the,.Gundaroo(Common, saying that a square (whiild enicloses some. of the beautiful trees which the traveller is sure to note while passing.through Gundaroo) had been pulled dn?in and removed by''Mr?V Affleck. At this juncture,the meeting became a general one for fi?ding ifault, to v.hich all '?prties added something, and ended in the appoint. ment ofliMr::Wm Boswell as herdsnian at a salary of £'5 per annum. A cricket m-itchf took place 715e-"tween Yass River and Gundaroo, and resulted s will be seen liy 'the scores below, in 'a...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

GUNNING. (From our Correspondent.) ON Thursday night last, Mr. Rose gave an entertainment in the room. opposite; Bean's Hotel. He was very, successful in pleasing his audience with his tricks in legerdemain, and his performance of. ifiany of the so-called spiritualistic feats"was of first-class - order, each being performed without a hitch. Truly had the perfdrmer. clijiiied to jhave had the presence aud assistance of, spirits in his cabinet it would have been readily 'believed by many. j Our Post and TelegraplvOffices are-now finished; and present' a veiry good appear ance. The interior of both offices and private apartments are (very nicely furnished, being fitted with,polished.cedar throughout. The rooms ari fairly large and' the ceilings lofty. All'the accessories required to facili tate business are supplied, and this, with the situation being central, will render matters mnuch more -;pleasant thlin they have been formerly---not that the public could have more attention and civ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Before the same Justices. A number of cases were heard in which the amounts claimed were small, and in several cases there was no appearance of the parties, while in others they were settled out of court. There were no defended"cases.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

LONDON, MONDAY. : Intelligence has just been received from the seat of war, at the Transvaal, statingthat General Colley, after the arrival of the convoy, left his entrenched positibn at Laingseek,and advanced into the enemy's country, taking with him six companies, who succeeded in occupying the town of Spitskok. The enemy, whose resistance was at first feeble, soon returned with. overpowering numbers, and the fight commenced at early dawn and continued all the morning, and by noon. the British were finally ousted from the place.. A hand to hand combat they ensued,. re sulting in the disastrous defeat of the British' companies; only one hundred men in all escaped. Sir George Colley himself and many of his officers are amongst the slain.

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, TUESDAY. THE Engineer for Tramways has parties of surveyors out actively engaged taking sections and making surveys of the whole of the tram ways sanctioned by the schedule of the Tramway Act, 1880. All these extensions are to be proceeded with without delay. At a meeting at the Royal Hotel yester day, preliminary arrangements were made for the reception of Mr. W. Forster, the late Agent-General. The Irish residents intend celebrating St. Patrick's Day by a banquet on the evening of the 17th inst. A number of spurious coins have been cir culating in Sydney for some days past. A man, whose name is at present un known, hanged himself at Blaxland's station, Blue Mountains, yesterday. At the annual meeting of the City Mutual Life Assurance Society, yesterday, the report showed a credit balance of £.687. The total premium income amounted to £1986. The Sydney Permanent Land and Build ing Society has declared a dividend equal to ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

:BEREVITIES, AUCTION thl?irage just now. Ash We'dniesday to-morrow:` The health of the Governor is improving. M1r. Voss presided at the` Police 'Court to day.... ... . At thelLand Court tb -day a.large, numiiber of selectors were in attendance. Mr. Gladto?i;e`the Preiier of Eglanid, is better. ;.r;', : :. ; ; i The wheat market iin' Enigland is .slightly firmer. ' Ryhanna picnic -races will take, place Tuesday next: Entries for shooting contest for, gold pencil case close' to-morrow. The' healtlh? of the :Rev. Mir. Kingsmill of Gunning, we are glad to state, is .improving: :A R:oyal marriage took place at Berlin on Saturday'last. A speculative'panic has occurred on the i New York StckiExchaing e. A serpit l.tw?nty-eight feet long was killedi in Queenslaridlat ~;eek: "Coeee palaces are not so successful in Victoriafas.in? New South Wales. The extensioni of the railwvay froni' Junee to Narandera was opened yesterday; The weather ini the northern districts of Queensland continues very ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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TREVELYAN! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

TREVELYAN ! He became thoiughtful, and reviewed inhis dwn'soiil the desperateness of his situation. 'The best years of his lire had been lost in a fruitless waiting for an inheritance he would never possess. The strength and fervor of his heart had been wasted upon a woman who was secretly a wife and mother. He felt that he might not have time to woo an heiress, even should he find one willing to accept him. Lord Trevelyan might die any day, and every one would then know that he, Adlowe, was a poverty-stricken man, with only an empty title to offset a host of debts. Clearly his best course was to marry Giralda, and thus secure to himself a lovely young wife and an ample 'fortune. And if Giralda were likely to prove obstinate, little Fay would be a lever by which to reduce her to a quiet submission. .Thus musing, Adlowe neither stirred nor spoke again until the train had dashed into the London station, and come to a full stop. Then, taking up the sleeping boy, he stepped out on the p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

GOULBURN & QUEANBEYAN Evening Penny Post [PRINTED BY STEAM]. PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOON It is 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 TERMS OF SUBSOCRIPTION : I2S. per Annum, or 3s. per Quartel in Adveance. Any subscriber wishing to decline the paper muitst do so at the end of the quarters terminating in March, Juno, September, and December, ic writing, or will be held responsible for the aminount of their subscription. ADVERTISING TERMS : For the first inch of space, 2e. Gd.; for every ouoceeding inch, Is. Advertisements sent to the office without notifying the number of insertions will be continued at advdrtisers' cost until an order is received to stop. Any person ordering on behalf of a committee the insertion of advertisements will be held respon -ible for pa.N mea?t of the same. JOB PRINTING : The Evening Penny Poet Steam ...

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COLLECTOR BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

. 'COLLECTiOR BREVITIES: Two days' rain wanted very much. Things a'ov ery languid at Cuirawang. Collar your logs -police.are on the alert. SSome people like to .see their names im print. Band of. Hope meeting in a fortnight--roll up. The horse buying mnania is over-somebody got nipped. The junior member for Argyle is working. Where's the Major? . Visitors to the Lake, look out ! uon will be watched-you might be summoned ! The Recreation Ground has only been used once since its completion, twelve months ago !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

/ Wana eel, A N E AND BOY. USI-IMAN'S ailoring A. Fablishment. / ' " W'a ted, SIT ATION as URKING rUSE S PER. Apply o ce of this pater. Wanted, A GENERAL SERVANT, pply, CRITERLON' H EL. Wanted, SSMART ACTIVE YOUNG MA ; one Sted to painting preferred. C. B OWN, Clifford-street. aente./ ORSut n Forest, A COOK and to as st, in S t u?dry. Apply, with reference M.es: G. BAKEIR, undystreet. Wanted, SLAUNDRESS. Apply to MNI s. FI[NB Y, r';: Ardgowau. . SWan?tea, -: E?IGHT OR NINE SMART BOY s Ap'en . tices, at Wood & Co's Boot y.py WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-otreet. .Wanted, A1" SOBER MAN to Plough, Milk, and geotf y - useful. Apply DLCKSON'S HOTI Was fed, - A S E P HERD Appl, ROYAL SWaniotee3, AT Gillespio's Boot Factory, JX or [GHT BOYS. CHARLES GILLEbFI , Gu burn. / TO PA TERS. / AN ED GOOD B USH HANDS/ non B it such need appl IH. LEVER, nainter, -Royal Beo House, Monta ?c street. . ;anted 4Rent, / CO1 ~GE RESID~ CE - 6 roo, and At Stabl in or near o. Partie ars to THO 1WLSON P...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

S ODDS -1AND ENDS. TH DiDispatch says; Charles Lovell, who is in theemploy of Mr.J~nmes OBrien, ploughing; at Farringdon; }sent into theli .paddock at ani early hour to catch a nmare wh ich he was using at his work.: He had "iio difficulty in finding'l ierp but wondered what had become of her foal, ;which was seen withl her all?-right at ; five; oclock-'on the l previous afterioon Noticing some blood on the grouind-he looked 'bouit aindf6ound the '.foal not far offlying upon the ground with its :entails ?irotruding thr6ough' a bullet hole The foal ,,was a very valuableone,:being .out ofone of Mr 0'Brien's best mares. He offers a reward. ofo?£5 for the cotvictionf "oftlfe? person who shotithe foal: r . !"i;. Reefing matters ait 'Little: River in the Biidwood district ae looking up; and as son&as the machinery of Messis Eisenstadter ind Co. is on the grqund a quantis1 of stone will be properly tested Of the richness of somie of it there can be no dobbtl and we fully'iexpict be...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

unuruil of Jinglanu t orping lvlells Literary Association, TrlE regular weekly meeting in connection with the above, which took place last evening, was very fairly attended; the chair being occupied by the vice.president, Mr. H. B. Monkley. In the 'un avoidable absence of the secretary, the chairman read the minutes of the previous evening, which were confirmed; and afterwards he read a letter from Mr. J. King, tendering his ic.ignation as honorary secretary on account of the recent death of his fatheir and his consequent inability to attend to the duties. Upon the motion of Mr. Albert Lansdowne, seconded by Mr. D. Cliffolrd, the letter was received and.Mr. King's resignation accepted; and Mr. Alfred Lansdowne was unanimously elected to fill the vacant post until the next half-yearly meeting, and thereupon entered into theduoties thus required of him. Mi. F. S. Thomas was elected a member of the'dssociation, and formally introduced to tho members present; aid Mr. William Ste?,art wa...

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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETIES AND THEIR SOCIAL USEFULNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETIES AND THEIR SOCIAL USEFULNESS. THE following paper was read by Mr. Oram, the late honorary secretary of the WVagga Wagga Horticultural Society, at a meeting of 'the same on 19th August: Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen,-The sub ject I have to treat of is one of far, greater 'importance than many ?perso'ns 'are led to believe, and this being the first, paper pre pored and read under .the auspices of the Society so recently formed, I have determiied that it shall not be of such a lengthy character as to tire my readers; but trust that it will befound sufficiently interesting to show that horticultural societies are essential and neces sary to improve the tone of society in any community where such institutions exist ; so without further preface we will consider, first, what a horticultural society really means; and secondly, hot it can be useful, in a public sense, to any community where such societies are established. A horticultural society should be of a mutual impr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

IF YOU WANT :`heap & Good Glass, EARTHENWARE, & ., GO TO MRS. KNIGH S ,OPPOSITE T. JACOB'S, ADD ER. Cups and Saucers, from 5s, dozen Tumblers, from 4s, dozen White and Gold China Cups, 10s. Od. dozen Fein Pattern Tumblers and Wine Glasses, at very low prices, to suit all. Tinware of all Descriptions, and Drapery &c., &c. Please Note the Address: Mrs. C. J. KNI EIT, Opposite Mr. Jacob's, Saddler, Auburn street. S YDNEY CUP, APRIL 20T', 1881. No, 1 CONFERENCE--500 Subscribers at One Sov. Each,.' DISTRIBUTION. First Horse ... ......... .. .. . .. . 2 0 SSecond Horse .......... ......... .. 0 Third Horse .................... ..... 50 Other Starters (divi ed) ...... .... 50 NonsStarters (divi d).............. .. 50 :INTENDING SUB. CRIBERS ar requested to Sforward their applications for hares as early as possible; in order to allow the ItAWING for HORSES to be carried out if p sible by the 1st of April. .'Country applications by letter musot be accomo panie...

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TUESDAY, MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

TTESDAY, MARCH I. - Before Messrs. Voss, Horn, and Hos burgh, J's.P. -. . Robert Orme was charged. with. being drunk and disorderly. Prisoner pleaded guiity, and was fined as., or in default, 24 hours' imprisonment.

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

GOULBTURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28. BEiroaR thePolice.Magistrate; Mr. Vossy ahd Mr. E. F: Gibson., - t . , . . J?JohhnMc'Namara was"charged with being drunk and disorderly, and also"vith using ob scene languagew i , Constable Cochrane proved the arrest of fhe ,prisoner on S?nday .inorning, .about' one o'clock, and also the several. charges against him _a g Fined 2os or seven days for eaich- offence sentences?to 'beo'iocirrenit. SPatrick :HIearnie, ;.jhn, R- Moore, and Samuel Hannibal were charged with cruelty to animals. : , .. Mr. Gannon appeared for defendants. Mounted-constable Campbell deposed that Ie arrested tihe plrisoners last night at halt past eight, 'inear Grafton-street; they. were chasing a dog having a lolly-tin tied ib his tail ;ý whlen they saw the police they ran away. . Tol Mr.;Gannon : Icannot say. whether they? caiught the dog or not; I cannot say whether they owned the dog or not; they ran-,away" when they saw the police; they have been in the lock-up a...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 1 March 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. A COMMITTEE meeting was held after vespers on Sunday evening, at the Catholic school room, Bourke-street, for the joint purpose of making arrangements for the celebration of St. Patrick's Day and suitable arrangements for the reception of His Lordship Dr. Wm. Lanigan. The Rev. W. Bermingham pre- sided. It was resolved that St. Patrick's Day be celebrated by a banquet and.concert in the evening. Resolved that athletic sports be held during the day, similar to those of a former occasion. Messrs G. Mc Connell, L. H. Fitzgeral!d, R. Davis, C. Mc Alister, T. Moran, D. Cleary, P. Confoy, T. Ryan, T. Maloney, and Dr. Carroll were unanimously appointed a committee for mak ing and carrying out the necessary programme of sports. Messrs. T. Moran, J. Stewart, P. Mc Encroe, Ormerod, Mc Farlane, Mc Alis ter, Starr, Ryan, Le Breton. Williams, Mc Shane, E. Gillespie, Armstrong, Creighton, Thomas, and Smith were appointed a com mittee to attend to the affairs connected with the banq...

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