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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Fromn Sydney Daily Papers. ) LoNDON, March 2. GENERAL Sir Donald Stewart and General Sir Fro. derick Roberts have been created baronets. The Government Coercion Bill for Ireland was to-day brought up in the House of Lords, and after a brief discussion passed the first reading. In the House of Lords this evening the Irish Coercion Bill, introduced by the Government, passed a third reading. The Bill subsequently re ceived the Royal assent. March 3. The rapid passago of the Irish Coercion Bill through Parliament has not in the least affected the tone of the Irish Land League. The tenor of the speeches of prominent members, and the publi cations of the League, continue to be as defiant as before. In the House of Commons this evening the bill introduced by the Government, regulating the car rying of arms in Ireland, passed the first reading. The proposal of the Government that this measure and the Supply should be declared urgent had been previously voted by the House. N...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

SYDNEY MARKETS. Wool.--This market has been unusually dull during the past week. The late advises from London have been the means of checking business for this staple. Buyers will not operate except at prices that holders will not accept. We quote fleece, 124d to 17d; greasy, 74d to 10d ; and scoured, 1SId. Sheepskins are inquired for, and find a ready sale at from 3Jd to 7d per lb. Fat Cattle. -The market for beef is slightly firmer, and prime quality is worth about-on an arvorage-13s per cwt. Sheep.-Theso are easier, but any that are in good condition are bought at-for 56 lb. wethers Ss to 8s Gd. Wheat.-The market for this grain is unsteady; speculators are not doing much just now. We quote 4s per bushel as the best price. Oats are dull of sale. The free ports of Sydney will keep cereals of all kinds at low rates. Maize is also dull. Hay.-This, if well trussed, is worth from £3 O10s to £4. Straw.-Nothing fresh to report; the sunply is fully equal to demand. Pumpkine.--These useful...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

COMMiERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SATURDAY. BUSINESS during the past week bas been tolerably active, and several good orders have been executed for the country. We have also not'ced a larger number of country people in the town than for many weeks previous; this should have the effect of causing trade to be more brisk, and now that the 4th of the month is tided over, it is expected that things will be more lively. We regret to notice that some of our business men have had rather heavy losses during the past fortnight; but trade would be good indeed if there were not occa sionally losses of this kind to coutsud against. Wool.-The business in this line during the week has been quiet. The greater part of the past season's clip is now in, and the latest advices from the English market must have had an effect on those who may have some of this staple on hand from selling at the present time. Hides.-The market is steady; there are buyers for large or small quantities, and if in any sort of condit...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

. THURSD.AY, MAROc 3. In the Legislative Assembly, SMinisters answered several questions. Mr. Lackey stated, in reply to Mr. Tooth, that •heshoped to be able in about a fortnight to make a statement to the House touching the railway policy of the Government. .The House then again 'went into Committeo of Supply. The estimate of £4890 for the Department of Justice was agreed to. On the estimate of £1924 for the Departinent of the Master in Equity being Smoved, Mr. M'Elhone addressed the committee in justification of lhis allegation as to the discreditable circumstances under which Mr. Holroyd left the Martiu.Ministry, and was engaged in quoting from papers tLearing on the subject when Mr. J. P. Abbott drew attention to the presence of strangers, and the galleries were cleared. The committee continued its sittings, and strangers were excluded for about three hours, and when they were re admitted the question before the committee was a motion by Mr. Slattery for the omission of the s*al...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2. IN the Legislative Council, A message was read from the Governor, assent. ing to the Temporary Supply Bill for February. The Wagga Wagga Gas Bill was received from the Legislative Assembly, and read the first time. The House went into committee for the considera tion of the No-Liability Mining Companies Bill. . On the motion of Mr. Darley, the following new clauses were agreed to : - Any manager or agent of a no-liability company ordering goods. plants, and other necessaries for the purpose of the company shall do so on paper bearing the company's name with the words 'no-liability' added, together with the word ' no-liability' inscribed in coloured ink across such order. - Provided, that if the goods be ordered otherwise than eforesaid, the person order ing the same shall be personally liable.'-' A no. liability company shall be deemed duly registered under this Act, notwithstanding any error in the name, address, or occupation of a shareholder.' C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

Oysters-Oysters ; LARGE QUANTITY of FINE F H OYSTERS always on hand At T. COLLINS', VEiRNER- STREET. THE LENTEN SEASON FISH! FISH! SCONSTANT SUPPLY may be obtain THFOMAS COLLINS' Fish and Oyster Saloon, Verner street, Goulb. BUSHMAN'S Tailoring and Outfitt- g ESTABLISH MENT,, OLD ARGUS OFFICE. WEEKLY PAYMIENTS TAKEN. Money to Lend IN largo or small quantitioes on real security a current rates. GANNON AND LANGDON, Solicitors. PLANS DRAWN FOR ANY KIND of BUILDINGS. Es mate given. Terms moderate. Particularply, J. J. LEE, ( No. 3, Grafton Terrace, Goulburn. FARIS TO LET.. ENDERS will be receivod by the undersigned up to MARCH 21sT for the Lease of 5 Far , situated on, he WOLLONDILL . ER, ? M1 AMMELL . These ?? t rangeo in )ext ? from 00 to 200 arcs, e? tcnsive ri fro age, and every noar of em is for cnltvaoi -o oThe h beat or asy t or not necessa ac cepted. Lithographic Planis and full particulars can be obtained from MR. GEORGE DONALDSON, Licensed Surveyor, Goulburn, or the undersigne...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

GUNNING. (Front our Correspondenf.) TimE Bruce Auction in connexion with the Wesleyan Church came off on Thursday. The sale 'was held at the;, W'esleyau. School-room. The articles were of i varied description, inchilding hay, pigs, poultry, sheep, wheat, fruit, horses, cattle, dogs, and many other articles. Mr. W. Rudd officiated with the hammer, and succeeded in obtaining very satisfac tory prices for the majority of things submitted. A refreshment stall also added to the attraction as well as the profits. In the evening a tea was held in the School-room. The amount realized at the auction was £66 14s 9d, and the total receipts from the refreshment stall and tea was about £73. The following selections were taken up on Thurs. day at the land.-offllce :-Patk. Ryan, 50 acres, see. tibn 21, Blakney; Mlichael Delawey, 40 acres, section 21, Blakney ; Thos. O'Brien, 40 acres, see.c tions 13, Preston. The telegraph office was opened this morning in tho new building nearly opposite the cour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

Sewing Iachine Depot 1 WILLIAM DAVIES& Co. ALL LEADING MAKES of SEWING. MACHINES displayed in working order in Our New Show.room, specially fitted up for the purpose. To Intending Purchasers We recommend any of the following machines as thoroughly reliable, the prices being same as charged to Sydney and Melbourne Agents. STAND M]IACHINES: £sd WHEELER & WILSON (Paris Exhibi. tion Special Gold Medal)............... 7 10 0 DOMESTIC (Drap Leaf, Cabinet Top, ! with lock and key) .................... 8 10 0 WERTHEIM (with late ? provemetss and all accessories)/ ........ 8 0 0 WILCOX & GIBBS Sileut Autom n , the Ladies' Favourite)........... 8 0 0 REMINGTON (Family Machine) :........ 7 0 0 AD/MACHIN 8: HOME CO&AHION (with loose wind ing wheel and all accessories)......... 4 - 0' HOME SHUTTjLE (Genuine) ........... 4 0 0 WERTHEIM (lith loose winding wheel, latest improvements, and all acces* series) ...................... ; .... 4 10 0 LITTLE WERTHEIM .:.:. ....

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

Cricket. A CRICKET-MATCH was played on the Binda cricket-ground on Saturday, the 19th instant, between the Fullerton and Binda Clubs, re sulting in an easy victory for Fullerton in one innings and five runs. The day was fine and favorable for cricket. Bell captained the Binda team, and C. Cameron did a like ser vice for Fullerton. The former winning the toss elected to take the first innings, and sent in A. H. Nichols and A. E. Christie to de fend the wickets against the bowling of J. Cartwright and D. Toole; but they were all speedily disposed of for thirty-one runs. Ful lerton made a much better stand, owing to the good batting of the Cartwright brothers and J. Toole, making a total of ninety-seven. In the second innings Binda did much better and contributed sixty-one, A. E. Christie making 17, J. Eldridge 13, and Rev. H. Dun lop io, by good cricket. The bowling of J. Cartwright and D. Toole, also the long-stop ping of A. Cameron, for Fullerton was very good; and the bowling of W....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

Bush n's othing ub. TH IRST DRAW1 G takes ace NEXT S ONDAY N1GHT, 30. A. BUSHMAN. . , igeons r Sale.., LL KID, Sof CARRIE S and TUMBLERS. A-;A ,py: J. T. CAMP LL, No.-1,Grafton Terra, , raftonostreet, Goulbu 0. Wante to Rent, S TAGE RES ENCE-6 r and S Stab e, in or nea\ town.. Particu ars to THO ILSON PARI TT, - Anbit ,Tir rana ?Mt. ROBELT CAIG, Sloaneootreet. 1 Wante, / A YAUNG GIRL as Georal Serva . Apply A~ s. MARTIN, Fair iew, Ohueh HBill. Wan d, A COM/ETENT HO SEMAID w/ling to Sassio% with children Apply/to Mas. CONOLL . Argyle Cottage. Wanted, / A GOOD FEMALE, COOK. Appl, MRS. RULE, Argyle Ins, Montaguoe;stre. Wa ed, / , MAW to Plough an Sow 18 to acres - fin horses, state ter . Apply, DI ?SON'S HOTEL. Woanted, A LAUNDRESS, by the day. Apply t Mns. F[NLAY, Ardgowan. . Wanted, GOOD FEMALE COOK, or Girl to~asi/t in kitchen. Mrs. JACOB, Somerse 'Ouse, Auburn-atreet. Want d, B RICI tAKER. A ly at Mas. BEN. NAN'S, Towrang. Go d wages given. ' sfited, G OD GENERA SERVAN. pply, 1 " R...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

SODDS AID ENDS. COMMENsTING on the iopening of the debate on Mr. Slattery's resolutions, the Australasian ,observes :-' The claims of the selectors of *New~SSouth Wales, :.which 'for a time came to condign grief by the reception their champions experienrced at the general election, have been lately picked up again, made as presentable as possible,and introduced into the Legislative Assembly by Mr; Slattery. That gentleman the other day moved a series of resolutions, setti fg'out from the rather familiar points that it was "of'the utmost importance to encourage the dev'elopment of agricultureand to promote * occupation of the soil by settlers," and ending with the conclusion that the payment :of interest on the balance of purchase-money should henceforth cease, and that future payments should be. applied to the payment, of the principal. We'are unable to see that - anyjsemblance of a case was made out byt Mr. iSlattery for this large concession to a special jclass .t the'expense ofth...

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PARKESBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

PARKESBOURNE. (From our Corresponlent.) GENERAL.--We have each been so very busy that there has been scarcely time allowed to let the world know what is transpiring here. Our neigh bourhood is still maintaining a very healthy tone, no severe or epidemic sickness having visited us for a long time. Farmers have long since secured their harvest and got their wheat threshed. The results met anticipations and gavegeneral satisfac tion. They are now ploughing their fields for next season's crop. Water and grass have been abundant throughout the season. Gardeners are busy send ing their plums and apples to market. Camp Meeting.-On Sunday last a camp meeting was held here by the Primitive Methodists. The weather was very favorable for such proceedings,, the day being most beautifully fine. The novelty of the gathering attracted many visitors from the surrounding localities. The mustering place was the Primitive Methodist Chapel, where at ten o'clock a short service was held; and afterwards ...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR OORRESPONDETrS,] SYDNEY, SATURDnAY. 1PHE Colonial Sugar Company have purchased a quantity of land on the bank of the Rewa river, Fiji, and planted a part with sugar.cane. The steamer Fiona leaves to-day with Enropean and Chinese workmen to erect the mill with necessary machinery equal to the manufacture of 360 tons of sugar per day. The match between the Australian Eleven and Combined Eleven was commenced at noon yesterday on the Association Ground. The Combined Eleven went first to the wickets, and before the last wicket fell they had succeeded in making a total of 197 runs. Following is the score :-Massie, b Spof forth, 80; Horan, o Blackham, 5; Midwinter, b Alexander, 0; C. Bannerman, a Alexander, 64; Evans, a Blackham, 4; Mc Shane, b Boyle, 11; Garrett, stumped, 13; D. Gregory, b Boyle, 15 ; Elliott, b Spofforth, 0; Edwards, st Blackham, 0; Cooper, not out, 0; sundries, 5. The Australian Eleven followed, and when the stumps were drawn they had...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCh 4. BEFORE Messrs. Voss, Mersden, and Rossi. Ralph Carpenter, on bail for wife desertion, was called and did not appear. It appears that the defendant was admitted to bail on his own recognizance, and Mrs. Carpenter was advised ts take out a fresh summons. Mary Murray was charged with stealing a one pound note from James Hayes. Mr. Gannon for defendant. Constable Drummond deposed that last evening the defendant was given into his custody for steali ing a pound note from James Hayes; prisoner said it was all right; she was searched, and thirty-eight shillings and sixpence was found on her. James Hayes deposed: I am working at Mr. Collins' boarding-house, Vernerestreet ; I sav the prisoner last night between six and seven o'clook near Ms Inues' Hotel in Auburn-street ; Walter Wright, Frederick Fletcher, and myself were standing outside the hotel ; the prisoner called us in for a nobbler; we went into the parlor and had our drink, and I pulled out a ...

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MERRILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

MERRILLA. (From our Correspondent.) THE storm cloud that threatened to destroy'has passed, and left the noble barque stranded on the shore. The resolutions introduced in the Assembly in Macquarie-street on Tuesday, the 22nd instant, by the honorable member for Argyle (Mr. Myers), for the reduction of railway rates, met with the fate I had predicted, though ably defended by that honorable member, who deserves the thanks of the community for the manly way those resolutions were brought forward. The honorable member plainly showed that we sent out of the colony no less a sum than £600,000 for produce that our own farmers could easily produce; not forgetting the fact that cheap railways would enlarge towns, en courage agriculture, and give an impetus to trade. Sir Henry Parkes, the head of the government, thinks however that our railway rates are too low; and the Minister for Works, Mr. Lackey, con tended that the rates ought to be raised. Such are the men who are at the helm of affairs...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

[LEUTER'S TELCGRA.MS LONDON, TnURSDAY. Mr. Gladstone has quite recovered, and resumed his seat in the House of Commons. The Secretary for War made a speech in the House of Commons to-night upon the subject of the t anding army. Certain reforms are about to be introduced in the organization of the army, which, he said, would be most important. An increase from the minimum age of recruits for active service has been fixed at 19 years; and extra precautions would be taken to prevent recruits enlisting unless above this minimum age. A warm discussion took place in the House of Commons upon the steps that had been taken to repress disorders in Ireland. The Home Rulers took a prominent part in the discussion, which was marked by several violent scenes. Mr. Dillon jus. tified shooting landlords; and Mr. Healy was sus pended by the Speaker from any further part in the debate.

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TREVELYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

TRE VELYAN. ' I will not be greatly troubled, Paul, since you have undertaken his rescue,' she said. ' But poor mamma ! He is her darling-her youngest chiid ! I ought to go to her, to comfort her-' ' Your best place is here, Giralda,' declared her lover, as she paused, with a sudden burst of tears. ' Providence sent you here to soften that old man's heart to his wronged nephew. Sfnce I have seen your father, Giralda, my confidence of his innocence of that terrible charge has become a positive certainty ! He is a grand man, darling-a man incapable of crime. I love him already. How could Lord Trevelyan credit such a charge against him ? The circumstantial evidence must have been black indeed. How the Marquis must have loved him, to hate him as he does now I' ' He did love him as even fathers seldom love!' said Giralda. 'I think sometimes that, under all his wrath and bitterness and hatred, he loves him yet. If I can serve mother better here, I will stay. Uncle Trevelyan loves me, and ...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (Abridged from the Age.). ArrPPLIcoATIos from C. Cooney and P. Schumack, junr,, for slaughtering licenses, and from J. Jones for a hawker's license, at-the Police Court on Tues day, were postponed for the attendance of a second magistrate. . The adjomned meeting of the Free Selectors' Association called for Monday lapsed, no one being in attendance but one member, the secretary, and the treasurer. At the court-house, on Monday afternoon, about a dozen persons reponded to Mr. Wright's invita. tion to consider the expediency of taking further steps to expedite and secure railway communica tion for Queanbeyan. The convener of the meeting wos voted to the chair, and after some discussion, the meetisg passed the following resolutions ;-1. That seeing that the residents of Queanbeyan have already taken early measures to secure and facili tate the carrying of the Monaro railway extension via Queanbeyan, it now remains to urge upon its league. to impress upon the Minister the sp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

%,utioch'anc' ,ZblicetiscuttntH. FOR SALE, : OTS 3, 4, 5, and 6, each havin a fro e of S36 feet to Bourke-street, bei partof lot. lotment 15 of Sec. 6, directly opp sito Mrs. 9ox'o reiaticence. LIBERAL TERM will be iven. Early application is necessary. Apply to FINLAY & CO. THURSDAY, MARCH 10TH. ihe Finest Selections IN THE TARALGA DISTRICT, 14 Miles from that Town. Improvements Unexceptionable, Agricultural aud Grazing Proper ties Unsurpassed, THE PICK OF THAT RICH, FLOURISHING, AND PROSPEROUS CENTRE. FOR UNRESERVED SALE. Such Country is Unobtainable at the Present. FINLAY AND CO. Have received instructions to sell by auction, At their Rooms, Belmore-square, ON THURSDAY, roTH INSTANT, At eleven o'clock, TIHE FOLLOWING VALUABLE SELEC. TIONS, oen the most Liberal Terms, as under : LOT 1-Martin Larkin's Selection-comprises 640 acres of the Rihobest Agricultural and astoral Land. The House contains 3 Ro s, with verandah in front and verandah b r ioms ; is built of sawn slabs an...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

GOUULBU lN ITEIMS, THE newly formed company known as the South ern Star Minstrels are sparing neither pains or money to, have their several entertainments crowned with success. The company number fourteen, and is under the musical direction of Mr. C. Richards; and in order to convince ourselves of what prepara. tions were really being made for the lirst of the many entertainments the minstrels are about to give, we yesterday inspected some of the new scenes which have been designed and painted by Mr. Harte, one of the stage managers. The most striking of these is known as a garden scene; and we must pronounce it to be cleverly done. The fountains are well represented; and the whole scene, when on view in the gas-light of the hall on Tuesday evening next, will have a splendid effect arid bear a marked contrast with the faded scenes of the Mechanics' Institute. The minstrels de. serve every encouragement for their work ; and seeing that the proceeds of Tuesday's entertain ment are to ...

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