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

Au Australian Stores. TAlLRN DEPARTMENTI S peoial NTotice. TE have pJleasure in announcing to the Gentlemen of Goulburn and district that, having V disnpeited with the services of our late Cutter, we have engaged 1. : ia.£% E__i. "T"Y L?X? g-i AsFOREMAN of our TAILORING DEPARTMENT; and we now have the utmost confidence in soliciting orders, which we can promise will be EXECUTED in REALLY FIRST-COLASS STYLE. MR. TYLER comes to us direct from the Establishment of J. F. HOLLE, hich -,is well-known as occupying a first position in the Tailoring trade in Sydney). H" ie has' ai established reputation, and in addition to, most' Unexceptionable References, .'tending over many years, his ability and scientific knowledge of his prbfession has beet vouched forto usby MR.. RICHARDS (the ,Head Cuitter at?J: F. Holle's), whose reco nendation alone should be all suflicient: ,,OUR. STOCK OF , OOLLE S Comprises all the NEWEST PATTER(NS in TWEEDS, &c., and will e replenish'ed at short interva...

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

BREVITIES. SOUTHERN Star Minstrels. Crookwell Show next week. Wheat has dropped a penny a bushel in Gonu burn. Good Templars aunivesary tea and concertabortly, The Braidwood Agricultural Show takes place on the 24th instant. The entries in the pigeon section-of the forth coming Goulburn Agricultural Society's Show are numerous. Look out for the Good Templars' Anniversary Tea and Concert in Goun'burn. A coat of paint on the polisading round Belmore square would be beneficial. The work of the Police Court, Goulburn, is in creasing; and on several days this week the busi. ness has been prolonged to a late hour. The first thing that a stranger asks, when he sees the Goulburn Post-office, is-Where's the clock? At King's Plains, Blayney, a pennyweight of gold to two dishes of stuff was obtained on Wed. nesday last. At Hay on Wednesday thirty people were left behind, the coaches to Mount Poole being crowded to excess. An acre of land in a back street at Braidwood was sold for £300 during t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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To-day's Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 March 1881

T6-dity's Police Court. .sBefpro Mr. Voss, acting P. M. .MIry vWise for drunkonness was discharged. Georgo f..Ynsper was charged with breaking arid entering tho premises of John Woodward. .;Mr. Botts for 'oomplainanv. ")After hearing the evidence of Sergeant Gibbons, 3, Woodward, the defendant, and Catherine Wood ward, (the 1efendant 'wa ordered to blid suitioes to be-of good behaviour for six months, himself in £4?0indftwo'ihf 20 each; or to be impeisoned three month°. (The evidence is ufnavoidably held wver till nexb issue).

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Australian Eleven v. Combined Eleven. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

Australian Eleven v. Combined Eleven. THE match between the Austla'ian Eleven and the Combined Eleven was commence 1 on the Asslcia tion Ground on Friday, in ths presence of between 3000 and 40010 specators. the combierd team, whb went first ti tile wickets, -cored 197, out of which Massie antd (, B neermau contributed 14I runs between them. Appended are the full so-rea up to last evening: COM?IUSEI) ELBVEN. Filret airings; j C- lniunerman, c Alexander; bi Spoelorth?;. lt. II. U1 Mlassl o, b Spofforth ...................... 80 T. Ieoran o Ilalckharm, b Alexander.......... , 5 W. Mtidwinter; b Aluxander ..................... -P. Evaui s, Blackb am, b Hoyle....... ;,..e .... 4 " ?' e? thl?u e 1 B"Ioyle, .;:. ..:,;!.:..-;... .'.., ;? . '.,; 11 D. GrU ry. 0 1oyle .........r...v...aD.......e .. 15 Edwarlds at Blackhame liBoyle:,,;.....,.. ::. O T. W Ga crrtt at lnclrn, Ib :oyle ...;.;'.. 1 Elliott, b Spofforth .;......l ..r,.:.. " i - W. II. Cooprr, not out .. . ..;....'. .,:. . ). yes ....

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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HOSKINGTOWN. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

ii ii2 ii {bSiNGTOiWN (Fronsss'ifuis oideso )e£ .DUING the heavy thundeistorm which took ?iace hese I?stiweekthe electric fluid 'striuk :a portion of Mi. Edward Goulding's dwelling hiouse, tearingia' i~uiantity of'the beading from off the verandah id injuring thle chirminey; foirt'inately thl?ie'r?as no one in tihe house at the time the faiiily! beig, in 's: detached kitclihen', or i:the c?nseqiuences'might hive belen serious. ,, i- - k - ,:Maurice Sheelian, jun., receivedia rather se\eie?sdustroke on list Tuesday week; Fbr some tirie -cufisideiibhle ilaimri, foi his ireco very \1s felt by lphis frinds, but we are happy tosaytliat:he has?sO far recovered as to be consi'derediout"if danlerg . CRICKET. A frienidly game was played heie'yesterday for a ball ,betweenithe Creekborough team anid elevein offthlid /Uiited Club here. Mr. N. Rolbintson cted is acaptaifi of the -Hos kingtown eleven,, and; Mr. Leahy, jun., did the like honor for the Creekborough team. Messrs. Thos.. Daniels 'ani...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

CROOKWELL. ' : (Firoa our correspondenat.) THE VEATHER.--WVe are still enjoying fine seasonable weather, with occasional-showers; Last night a short but rather severei~thunder storm passed over the town. The lightning was very vivid and the claps of thun'der strong aid loud; which caused a downpour df rain which lasted about two hours. These fre luent showers keep the land nice and moist, and our country looks green and plentifu! for this time of the year-almost like spring. Ploughing.-Some of our farmers who have fairly got through their threshing are now busy with their ploughing, and notwithstand ing the very low' price of grain are making preparations for another crop. And sou the world goes round. " Good Yield.-While many of our farmers' are crying out about the low price of wheat some others are boasting about extraord nary good crops. We know of several farmers iwho reside within a nmile or two of this town who have reaped thirty, thirty-five, forty, and even as much as fifty...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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TREVELYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

TRE V ELYAN. ' As I was saying, my Lord, 'he resumed, ' Geoffrey has a beautiful daughter, as artful as a siren, as innocent in looks as a dove. Geof frey has gone on fronm b.d to worse since you cast him off,"and "iffiomeddhimself of your miserly habits.and of the probable.amount of your savings, and formed the projectofsending 'this'girl of hi~. to your hosise.: He hoped and expected that she ivould wiid herself int.bl your heart, and wiin for herself the savings of. your years of pienuriousness. ':He thoughft that this girl would :iuicwte "fromii you his' pardon,.and his reinstatemiient, ivih his ftmlily, at the Park.' .. ' Let him send hisdaughter !' ejacilated thel Maquis, wiith brows as black as tlhuinder cloudi; 'tLet him ty yhis pretty scheme !i Adloise looked again -t Garilda. She was' looking at rim withi a world of beseechiigi n: her'eyes, bit there?was- n b:signof yielding iln her countenanice or manner.I He sati that she would die ratlher than ma?iry himi. He saw that n...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

-BUNGENDORE. .! : (Fronm our Oclqrespondent ) AccID.NT'S.-During the .week a young lad named Murphy was engaged leading a horse, when it suddenly bolted, .dragging the un fortunate youngster about 200 yards,-when ta tiin fortunately succeeded in stopping the horse, and released the lad from his perilous position. . The boy .was much. bruised,i ad't" large cut. was madg in the-head from which .the youngster is still, suffering.a good deal. Mr. John Leahy was engaged on Wednesday helping Mr. Powell to brand some horses; when one of the animals'kicked him in the leg, liurting the ankle very much, and causing the sufferer a deal of pain. :: .:,.Cricket.-A -match has been arranged between the Gininderra and Bungendore. teams, to, come off here 'on Saturday, the I2th March; it is likely that it iwill a fifteen aside match. IA Avaluable buggy'liorse belonging to. Mr., John Murphy was bitten: by a snake last Sunday whilst, out for a drive, and died. ?slortly: fterwards.'- . Marcli4th " ' .<...

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St. Nicholas' Sunday school. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

St Nichoias' Sundav sachool. T!te annual treat to the child'e:i asendng the St Nicholas Sunday-;s hool, NIrth Guilburn, :'took place on Friday last. About 150. obillren asseiib!ed. in the school rbom at 11 o'clock under4 the superin tendneoo of Mrs. D'Arty e ryTiejtba wife o theb n combs1 t Moost of tho teachoje weel also presont : IThe ev. .. M.D'Arey Irvitdiiiadd~so?el:tho chil. dren: aod told then?,tlht tioe bdot' thig thlicycuidi do bufor? stiirting for the barrack-grounds ?:,isito ritg: a hvnia and offer up a'prayer to heir HeIvenly Fatbhef i; 'thbe dinfbf Jeliins Chrijsff h tisblissifij.' Thie rev. gentleman accordingly gave out the hymotn "?U: that hit:thi':L6~dia~tbild: Gttiid infia td"\ l iplayed tbo accomplaniment himself uponathe:haroin. ilium. Iliu beauiiiul hifin, 't i?thi Lhe 'tn :'Ste' : phen," rang through the buihling, and it was ire marked that the o'nhlreai l tined idi.bithel: eing :with more than w.ti;:ttd beatt:and foeling. The hymn was foiilo?'e liy'anii p reir...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. Tuse commi.tee of the Mechanics' Inestiue deservn congratulating on their work of renovbt:on uhat has. beengoing on in the buildirg: We inspected tile improvementa yesterdtay, and mu.t express our satisfaction ab the changes; for tholer reling room and lib:bry, in our orinion, 'will bior favorable ceompalnion wih auy atheceuum in the colony, and only .reqni: 0to be een to be: appreciat~d;,:The lih:a ian deserve~ a word of comment for iis?ii.' deavors to keep the place in stich a clean conditiorn. We must hold overa detailkdrepori'tilliiext.iveek, when we fool certain our readeos will bhaiitorestcd by its periuual. The ii' t shuting etmnpetituon for the gold petcul cane and eight ot. r prizes took plac onl satunrday atetnon, at ti.o uotts, in Briike's padotckI rhere were a iumber of spectatore .preceat. l'hm competition wan conieled'lito 'theo memljbs of the Gouibtirn Ylureer lifiaetry,?:thirty:six of whm entered fr thei mnatch, andti thirty-fonr ci t pat?d. The shoti...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

! [?E'UTER'ST oTe,. ,'';i ';- *) : ' iLONLU DON; !I1MoSD..Y." A MosNTl ri lecting of t'ic Iribli'Liiid Leaigue as: held'to dljy'i iIrt'laitd i nd pasaed offlquietly. i ; A murder, ha&amp;lt; been cimunith dii?o 'douity.: ?est. oidat.nh ui.der circtini itaicis tli it leave io do'ubt-of beiig anothberiagarianhcrim.tn fr' Further advic, fi,'in th Trfinsvaal atate- that no: further Iioyemiiit is li;i s bg miad) oin either side. Tho we.w eat6h; r has stopl ed all sative operations: 'A teriblo eartbqri:.klc his cd:urred at ihe Island -:? liia"; .in thdtr:Uy o Napiples;. ai hundred persons 'ari'clldI,"'idl a large.'lnumber seriously injured, andi a grect de-truction of property.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

Cu rawang Races; TO TAIKE PLACfE 7TH MARCH. First Race. AIDE. PLATE of Three sova., fur all hors that have never wo' advertized prizce- tar ae, one mile; entr 7. Gd. Second Ra./ A i CE of Two sovs, f e/all horses to be a pro d of v the stewards; t, 0 stihoe; mile ats; en rance, 5s. Third Race. ' WA G PURSE of Five- sovs-;-for-al. mer, to be landicapped; twice round; eel trance, 12s. Gd. curth Race;. FLY ING HA 'DICAP of Three sorvs.; once rouil; ,otran e, o. Od. : . . ULES A. T. C. ao far i l?atic, able. Entraicees to be- civedl ad iei• i ,decler?d7 befcre nine o'clock o the morning of theo riaeat Mr. G. Sylkes', Unius Hotel. Decision of. thoe teo varlds to be tiaiLal ; - Thr e entrances or uorace. WHIPS, BRIDLES, a, will also be:run for. G. A. SYKES., GOULBURN &amp; QUEANBEIAN i Euvening . Penny Post [PRINTiD 1Y STEAM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOON It .s the only Penny Paper published in tha Southern Districts,. It has the largest circulation of any p...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

"s~il.:. .. 'r:."-'BREVITIES I.--. ENcounRainitMis srelo ,Kely a ;d Lco;;l'aos' trlhupenrloo' g 0n Friday. thlve tlm ncshtsls-a blumper 'house .n gh.t 'Tle lBilletie libli case is ' sii?ing the tewspapepr oraftt saiethicg' t ,talk'?aholit.4 Li t "' SSi Garnle .\Vi olseley ia cihampion of lie tem. peranc8causie... c ,ac,: Ii thel Goiiulhus Plib, our yes-terday thore sore amonrgst te sspe'ttmedaton 's -y ting chiren h'ati'd isd?o to? ike?t!em.!: i i', ' ' SThld GCoulbtrni Plie Court binces lasted till afterinoon yester 3*iiy. h i if Ai ios Tompson, 1.so etelegrsphnsketistr3Isca. hgp: has~lbei,ticnr~trip?eed,, ceh'?TiralgasUofli~h .a'; P.impnls. .. III ti]e Co lict. Epress' 'tol~is l~siid ot eme olsudiog pireb thit claims to Ieog to the litersry wccllt21 0' 0 if lie~,Ber'l ..t..?i I'r inea aidriv in g the Briti? l trops muclh troubloi' . The.'sJill "'git it yet , for thiir to"csb' "i. t':aces atsl"-' 'i e Cit?'i o St 'atrik Da" i proiseo to.bhe euccesful It is'prpissel to h.icea irgtea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

REAWY MONEY : IF YOU WILL VISIT Drapery and Clothing House, YOU WILL SEE SOME OF TIIE RESULTS OF A .... STRICT CASH SYSTEM ! YOUR PARTICULAR ATTENTION iS DIRECTED TO THE FOLLOWING GOODS NOW TO HAND,. COMrPHISING Special Lines in Ladies' 010th Jaokets, AS FOL LOWS:-E . LOT 1--FANCY COR DED 0~1OrT11 :.iiKETP tr:ciFiiiuied :Fir, 4s iid --usually sold s 9Sd LOT" 2-H E:AYY. COiOH: t:IR -: 7,JACKP ,0' J; .iusu:i price, 1i1s d T .,3.o'--HAVY. CLOTH JA? K'T triimiged Fur"ik&amp;'c.s i.d; usual price, es 9d . . : " . Lo.4 ,H l A V;Y C. li ,J.ACKIET, trimmed Fu, ~ul Entind d bugled, 1. ' I2s G d; usual price, 16s 9d: :: ::i .- -,': -i::: LOT' 5.I ItIHA'Y '"CLOTIH JACKi E'r, trimmeed wide FuBei?Bdd .*., ,.r Fringc, and Silk, I -6s: Gd - usual p,;ice, e 2 i.,.: CHILDREN ' CL O .H A\CKLE lr 1pccn Chiea i un.?{icely t.rimmed-f1i mi.ls :11id och i i CHILDRFN'S WAR. M .LOTII UL:: rE i, humm? ?i,?lob.ud ' Tassels, from 2s Gil each:" ' (Customers requiring these linel will please ;CALL EAI LY, as...

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WILICANNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

WILICANNiA. TIE population numbers nearly 500, 'and good order prevails. T' diggers appear determined t) prevent chinamen from partioipating in the rush. One Mongolian's life has bern threatened,' and he has had to clear out. Water is still scarce, and by all letters rteeived from the diggings persons are cautioned against undertaking the t~ip at preue't. Extracts from reliable correspondent's le:ters state that only about twenlty men are getting gold, out of the whole pnpu!atirg. These have horses and drays, and perfect washing gear. The wash. dirt ex prospector's claim goes 3 oz., to the load. Nuggets, averagiog 15 dwts., have been fonod on the surface. Unless rain falls there must be an eidus 'from Mlount Browne. Ten miles' away there is gool water, and plenty of feed. There ale 250 h rses on the ground; these rrquire a large quantity of water to support them Some diggers talk of sinking for water. Thia ultimately must be dine if rain does not soon fall. It is said that water cen...

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Dreadful Accident. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

i:'^-: .. fDreadfal-Acoident. . E-' ! : EBouiF, .Sunday ."' .A ,terrible rt tstrophe occurred at the leadsawn Siitiidiiy ievreiiig. ::The lurretebhip Caerbeaus had been .cJeiei-ritneitihg' ith torped - charges, -and had&amp;lt; expllded'fi+iurelectro c )ntact mines. ,'.A final :dis. play was about to be made by filing a cylitidrical powder casieliil;.li. ablt 8i'eilty;p?oun(l of powder, which w"asAl; be exploded by;meansc.f a fulmninate ofimercury fuse This was brought into the ilectrio current by some meatis;unexplaiu'edi , and the torpedo explodedl, blowing up a boat coait icihg five men and an officer.t ?Four of them were blown t.o pieces aenl one waa injured alightly. * It see'is the experiments of tloe day ha'l b?cn satisfactorily'bo .clude?d, when it was decj?h I as a 'lstiexiterimteu tipronduce a sensationaleffect A. pvwilerj tini was put in the b at uonder the charge of Ununer Groves, who had cnUsideraible expriarice in' torpedoes, .and in: .order tliatifti tini:might si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

,ENERPIL SERLlVANT, rcferences rr aired .~\' App'lIt \1atc. ROG;ERS, Slaan~tet D .FEMALE C001K.. Apiply,',Ms. W. SGAIN,t Temperance lotdSloIane treet. rimanai , anSitatntIas STUD S) ' i, has '.O had elporitin nwith Stud C?tle!' iplouh,'u and make himc elf gengortyell i etn~1 ply, milice of thio paper. .""Ti 1 RHII'HRE GOOD 1RICK AKERS "" ply ti. :WV. 10W ~RD, Tormraug • .Cu'OOM PE'P.ENT :R'HOUS, hIOY wdjeQ an - assi t .:iitih childreu. : Apply t . CO\OLL' , Arglye Cvttgage . ... : :. T W11 Yo? M+A cuto';.tmedto fl"ors, • -A'pbly,t0 :J., lCIHAa EN, mu n. i? AUNDRES, by the day .Al. . . FI '.B.?: l E - Ardgowan A GOOD FE'aLE 000K, or u Orlt mn kttchen. 1m J AOB Somerseat hte€, 'Auburn strctt ',?'" ty·.-, --. ·· |i l I ?? A A"T Gaibtlesptea B: at Fe o ,to ·S~p\ .r/ Ii "L+ . C. [IL?S GILLESPIE, -.Qlburn, : TO TAILORS, AN?, 'o,.Twedirst-ula CO.AT ANDi.i . AN:r il at BUTLEDIi', Auburn strcti . L GO D ENERA1L ;VANT. App1 CITTE ON IlOTE .. FO )D, NGrat -street, on niiay morning, A -EN. TL "...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

CABLE :MESSAGES. S(Fronl Sydney Daily Papere. l Lounox, March.4. True Hotuse of Lords las been engaged for two 'days in discussing a motion brought forward by Earl Lytt nl?? late Vicroy? of 'Inlii;, in favour of the rotention of Cailahbar During the debate, coveral of tLo:miioist promiil ht mnemlnra spoke on either aide of the Hlouse, tile Conservative Peers giving Earln Lyttoni their unanimou. support. On4)a division beingi taken tl.e motion was carried by a maj rity of 89. ' It is not known lhat steps the Guvernmeunt will take in .view of the adverse vote. MARnc ii. IThe Viceroy of Irelael,,acting on the authority conferred by the CoerciohnAct, which has now be. come lawi, has taken steps for immnediately adopting repressive nieasures where a. very disturbed feeling continues to prevail, accompaniedl by agrarian and other outrages. One of the first roeults of the application of tae Coercion Act has hben the exodus of many of those who had taktn a prominent part in the recent Laid ...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

'elegirapisi i l ^atsliigence . [Ft!OM OTRUn UOIIRRPO.BNTs]: AS ' AYDNlY, TuLESDA7EstY^ .riTis Ci!e ' . i.i'cli yestertlay. W. ;lArgely alteiilad. 'The w?ole o: tli e c nlbin(d te"ii bbited siplendidly throughlio'itcofip'ctely : cliriu . theibbwiiig of the A ~itrialian-, whosej:ieldi.ag'C as :very. loose .to. wards the;elose of.itit inningi.. s , k iuggett of gold weigh lin 7'' , las b.c brougit to Sy&amp;dI e. fromn.the iMIiult.Brl:nr . o liw.ii3 y, , Slie buanqtet ii hilonouro f S:. P'iitrick'a "Day pro misei to ia gi'it cU inc' l a l rge. lr nmbor of tickiim S ar lread edly' .'I ' '''"'' ' '"' : . 'A terrifiic tloiuneidmstlii, p aOid o-r: tile city this morii;ig, i-accompaoiied, o ith a' hLvydownmpour uf raii , i lastiglg 'itut'. haloifmam ' io'o ' m '' . Tlho i:.quiry" iii Bcclhe's arsoCn c.ise was contiuied yes erday,' iind furtlieri dj, tfied till thll s after toonf - -c' ' ? . . " '. - - , / ?;At tki r:Gc t r:c'eket.Mnteh to daytevien wickets are down for '9 ?umil..i PJay...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

WVE again take up .a subject that interests hei selectors as a body, and which is of such paramount ~importance to them at the present time, that too much di cussion cannot take place thereon,. Itwill be' remenibered thit on tlile ilif hsl mthi~oll ce-rtahiifiesolblitio?i i were proposed .by Mr. Slattery iri the Legist lative Assembly, that had for their object the remission of interest on the unpaid portion: of the balance due by conhditional urchasers. 'rhe mover minade one of the best and m6st exhliaustive speeches of the session in support of the resolutions, blut as yIet tlhere is very little chance of theirbeiheg 'adoted. Several l"rominent I members liave taketn p art-i ithe debate,-which will be :resumed on'. the i8tli instant. \We canr plainly see -by .the tone of the House thsat there is very little chance of a majority beitig Ifound that are in favour of granting this concession to:: the already heavily halidicapped selectors. The present :constitution :of the Assemlibly ...

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