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Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

tlailway Time Table, DOWN TRAINS LEAVE SYDNEY daily, Sunday excepted, at 9.40 a.m, and 7.30 p.m. Parramatta Junction, 13 miles, 10.14 a.m. Fairfield, 18 miles, 10 27 Liverpool, 22 miles, 10.43 Campbelltown, 34 miles, 11.20 Menangle, 40 miles, 11.36 Douglas Park, 45 miles, 11.50 a.m. Pioton, 53 miles, 0.20 p m. and 9.25 p.m. Mittagong, 77 miles, 1 50 and 10.54. ..... .,. Bowral, 80 miles, 1.58 and 11.2 Mossvale, 86 miles, 2 15 and 11.18 Marulan, 114 miles, 3.24 and 0.27 a.m. Arrive at Goulburn, 134 miles, at 4.10 aind 1.7{/: Leave Goulburn at 1.18 a.m. Breadalbane, 149 miles, 1.52 Sunning, 165 miles, 2.25 Jerrawa. 175 miles, 2.55 Yass, 187 miles, 3.260 ' Bowning, 194 miles, 3.46 Binalong, 208 miles, 4.20 Rocky Ponds, 220 miles, 4.49 North Mulrruinburrab, 228 miles, 5.12 ". *: ' Murrumburrah, 230 miles, 5 21 Cootamundra, 253 miles, 6.23 Bethungra, 268 miles, 7.3 Junee, 287 miles, 8.3 . ; ' ;'" North Wagga, 304 miles, 8.43 South Wagga, 309 miles, 9 a.m. ::. .':. '*'' Sandy Creek, 318 m...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

GENUINE R UCTIONS -! In the Price ofapery, FOR CHRISTMAS _NEW YEAR. IN order to give everyone an opportunty of buy rapery at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, J. BOND has marked the Stochluit all who want a Good Article CHEAP. Horrocks' Genuine Long Cloth, 3s IId Grey Calico, 2s 3d per dozen Grey Sheeting, 73%d yard Best White Twill Sheeting, is per yard Best Cotton Tick, 5d per yard Our 6d Honeycomb Towels are worth - Check Glass Cloth for towelling, 4d-h, 9d .. ' ' .... Best Slate Selecia, 4%d-reduced fro. Antimacassars, 9%d; extra large, is . Colored Quilts, as 6d; White Quilts, 1. Lace Curtains, 3s rId set-6 yards lon Largest Variety of Lace Curtains in Gdrn Striped Linen Drill, 83- worth is J 500 Ladies'; Gents', and Children's Pa tes and Uumbrellas, to be cleared out at LOW PRICES " Hosiery for Ladies, for Gentlemen, fo dren-best stock in town 36 yards of Good Black Braid for Is Ladies' Silk Ties, .6d ; Ladies' Linen C, 6d DRBESS DEP TMENT: A COMPETENT LADY has charge ofs Department; ou...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

UGULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 7. BLEFORE the Police-Magistrate and F. Hourn, Joseph Greenham, an old man, 71 years of age, from Taralga, applied to be sent to the Benevolent Asylum. The Bench ordered him to be sent to gaol for seven days, pending an application for admission to the Benevolent Asylum. Phillip Stone was again brought up, charged with being of unsound mind. (His conduct in court would lead the observer to conclude that he was insane.) Dr. Davidson deposed that he had ex amined the prisoner, who showed symptoms of acute mania, and was absolutely unfit to be at large, and while in gaol prisoner's con duct had been of a. violent character. Dr. Gentle-Government Medical Officer -deposed to the same effect, and a certificate, signed by these medical gentlemen, having been handed in, the Bench directed the pri soner to be sent at once to the hospital for the insane at Gladesville. . Slaughtering licenses were granted to Wal ter Reynolds, Tarago, and John Slocombe, G...

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

WE have befre 'us the' schedule of prizes issued by the Goulburn Agricuiltural, Pastoral, and Horticultural Society for the grand show. that 'takes place iin March . next, and, must, certainly compliment the c6mimittee of man .agement on the very liberal; spirit they hive exhibited in the matter of'prizes'; for we find that, exclusive of the prizes for ploughing matches and special prizes for various exhibits,, that there are sixteen sections comprising no less than three hundred and thirty-two classes, for which first and-in most instances second prizes are offered. Sections A;,'B; and C are for Horses, and these take ilp, 27 classes, and are divided amongst blood;, draught, and miscellaneous stock respectively;, and in glancing down these classes we find that prizes are offered for not only the aniimals that the sportsmen possess, but,the kinds that, the various tradesmen, the farnimer,"tan&carter` require; and this provision should lead to, encouraging the breeders of . h...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

FUNERAL.   THE Friends of MR. THOMAS EVERETT     are respectfully invited to attend the FU- NERAL of his deceased WIFE ELIZABETH,     which will take place THIS AFTERNOON.   The procession will move from his reidence, Bourke street North, at 5 o'clock p m.     WALTER DANIEL, Undertaker.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 January 1881

SATURDAY, JANUARY 8. Before the Police Magistrate. Daniel.Coughlan, a lad about fifteen, was charged with stealing fruit from Mr. Finlay's. garden, Yass Road. Mr. Cannon appeared to prosecute. Senior Sergeant Fenton deposed : I ap prehended the prisoner in Goulburn yesterday, I met him in the street and told him I heard he had been stealing fruit from Mr. Finlay's garden; he said he was not in the garden, but had passed by the fence in company with others; I then took him to Mr. Finlay; he said he was not going to school; I have heard frequent complaints about him before. Walter Spicer : I am in the employ of Mr. Finlay, I know Coughlan; I saw him in Mr: Finlay's garden yesterday picking apples and apricots; he had no authority to go there; he jumped the fence to get out; others were outside waiting for him ; I was watching him; I have no doubt he was the boy; we have lost fowls eggs before, since I have been at Finlay's. Senior-Constable Emerton deposed : I know the defendant; he h...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. TUESDAY. BUSINESS during the past week has been better if anything, although there is great room for improvement. The harvest is doubtless keeping a large number of country people in their districts, and the trade from these is yet to come. In business of most kinds there appears a greater steadiness than before the holidays, and we think this state of things is likely to continue. There seems to be a falling-off in the arri vals of wool, evidently caused from the fact that the most of the clip has been sent to the station. We have heard of a few local trans actions, but only on a limited scale, holders generally preferring to send to Sydney, where the market- has not shown signs of such fluc tuation as in former seasons. Sheepskins.--The market for these during the week has been more active, and prices are if anything better. The demand that has sprung up in Sydney recently may have some thing to do with the extra demand here. Hides.-The market for these is...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [RonS onUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, TUESDAY. THE weather is exhibiting great signs of breaking up. A heavy shower fell this morn .ing, lasting about twenty minutes. The water supply at Botany at present is equal to the demand. The Chimborazo arrived at Adelaide with out the slightest injury. A Brisbane telegram states further parti culars of the massacre of the Prosperity's crew by the natives of Solomon's Group is to hand; and report that they were i decapitated and the bodies smoke dried in :, the Beche-de-mere house, and placed round Sthe mission house as trophies, the heads being sent round the villages. The property Sdestroyed is worth fifteen hundred pounds. : Since the first July last thirty men from SCooktown have been murdered, and the New , Guinea property destroyed is worth about .five thousand pounds. The quarter's revenue of Tasmania shows r an Increase of seventy-one-thousand five .hundred pounds over the corresponding Speriod of I879. At the V...

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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. SiR,-Without entering into the merits of the case of ungentlemanly conduct in a church choir, so ably described by your correspondent "Cosmo," I must, as a working man, protest against his insinuation that a working man cannot expect fair play because he is a work ing man. 'I have been fifteen years iri the colony over thirteen in-Goulburn, and my experience has been thalta working man who respects himself and hi position is invariably treated with courtesy a consideration. . There are, however, workin men who are ashamed of their position- contemptible weakness to be found in so of all classes, and they can not expect to meet with respect from their own or any other class. It is but a question. "' of degree, and they must indeed be in a high position who meet with none in a grade supe rior to their own; and in these degrees there are always those who aspire to be taken' as belonging to a rank higher than their :.own, and who suffer unnecessa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

%Wsasantecs, PI ENTICES TO THE DRESSM KING. A NEAL SERVNT. ApplyMns, ?ALL, Auburn-stree ~ ] WVamted, ) A' SMART YOUTH as Cashier. WI M . , AVIES & CO. A ~ VisWanetd, cN accustomed to looking after Stud A... S. EMANUEL, Lansdowne. . Wanted. A YOUNG PERSON as Housemaid nd to assist with children. Apply to M s. S. B. BURGI, Lincoln House. ·W WBStced, 'A 5RL to make "hrself useful. us. . . ]OOLEY, Auburn.st et. WVasstedl, MARRIED COUPLE for a Statibn. ARGYLE INN, Montague-street. , , Wsa?nteds, A LAUNDRESS by the day or as y s arranged. Apply to .MRs. FI Ardgowan, Yass Road. Wass ed. A? OROUGULY PR CTICAL F f4INC AN. Apply, ) " HENRY PA JEN, Keni . W't ed, S, RONG USEFUL O{RLfor rPa r] Work; A..p yWAITERI, Io Hotel. • . ?". - Wanted?. - A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply, $as ROGERS, Sloanestreet, Goulburn. - TO LET, A BRIICK COTTAGE in Georgestreet, near Reoreation Ground. Apply to A M. :BETTS EsQ. TO LET, ..1 :AGE' AT KENMORE, on Trlo road, .I Confoy's; Rent 5s. ~; 'TO T, W COM~FORTABLE...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

tOULBURIRN ITEDMS, A FIRE that might have been attended with serious consequences occurred this morning in one of the upstair rooms of the fruit-shop occupied by Mr. Lee in Auburn-street. It appears that Mr. Lee returned from Sydney with the midnight train; and the two ser vants then retired to bed, leaving the candle burning on the table in their room. Two children were sleeping. in the same room. About three o'clock this morning one of the girls, named Jessie Peggs, was awakened by the:smoke. She immediately got up; and after finding the door gave the alarm, when Mr. and Mrs. Lee rushed up stairs and ex tinguished the fire, and snatched up the two children who were asleep; when it was dis covered that the table and looking-glass, with the whole of Jessie's clothing and a box of jewellery belonging to the girl, were conipletely destroyed. The walls and floor were scorched; and had the discovery not been made in time, the place might have been burned to the ground. A carrier named C...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. .(From Sydney Daily Papers. ) LONDON, Jan..:7. MR., PARNELL formally moved an amendment on the adress in reply to the Queen's Speech from the Throne, and his remarks on the occasion were studiously moderate. They were chiefly confined to a defence of the Irish League, and an explan'ation of the principal points aimed at by its meinbers. These, he stated, were simply to induce a reduction of the rents now being paid in Ireland. JAN. 8. The debate in the House of Commons on theAddress in reply was resumed last night. when the Right Hon. .V W. E. Forster, Chief Secretary for Ireland, made an earnest speech, in which he defended the policy of coercion which the Government had resolved to adopt in regard to Ireland. A number of prominent members have yet ta speak, and the debate is accordingly ad journed. A bill has been introduced to the House of Commons, having for its object the repression of corrupt practices at elections. The new law will be very strict, according to...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

BREVITIES. VAT1ER is getting scarce. Is Auburn-street a camping place for cattle ? The harvest is in full swing at Woodhouse lee. The Tirranna Picnic Races come off this m onth :.- • ,- .-....: .... :::-: :.:::. :::.: - Judge Me Farlane opened District Court. yesterday. i. The maize crops in the Grafton district are improving. Rust iS irevalent throughout the Braid wood district. Miners are still rushing to Temora, on ac count of recent finds. A Bannerman has severed his connection with the Australian Eleven. We are glad to state that the Bishop of Sydney is improving in health. SThere are several cases of sickness in the town, caused by the drinking water. . In the Wagga district the wheat crop is very good, and the harvest is ingathered. " For Argyle and GoUlburn Mr. W. Carver Harris is appoinited to collect the census. r-lThe Government are giving ;20oo to the -Hospit-l fund at Temora, and so they ought. SThe railway fromn Wellington to Dubbo is to be? opened on 'the Ist of Febru...

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QUEANBEYAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

QUEANBEYAN NEWS. IT is rtimoured in towh atht Mr. J. B; Tliomp son, M.P. for Queanbeyan, is to get the police magistrate's berth vacant by the decease of the late Mr. J. O. Norton; and that there will consequently be a fresh election for Queanbeyan. Since the foregoing was in type the rumour has been confirmed of Mr. Thompson's appointment to some lucrative billet, and to-day his resignation will be gazetted. We understand Mr. Hodglkinson will again contest the Queanbeyan election. The following selections were taken up at the land office on Thursday last:-E. Walsh, o80 acres, section 2z, county Murray, parish Molonglo; M. Campbell, 40 acres, section zI, county Murray, parish Amungula; W. Webb, 40 acres, section 22z, county Murray, parish Uriarra. At the :ordinary meeting of the Mutual; Improvement Society. held on last Thursday, it was decided to adjourn till the 3rd proximo, when a general meeting will be convened. It has transpired that the reason why pro ceedings ,vere not taken...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

PATRON: HIS EXCELLENCY LORD AUGUSTUS LOFTUS, K.C.M.G. PRESIDENT-W. P. FAITHFULL Es. VICE-PRESIDENTS-Kon. JAMES GHISHOL M.L.,C., W. DAVIES Esq., W. DOUGLAS Esq, A. F. GIBSUN Esq., ARTHUR RANKEN Esq., J. T. GANON-Esq., T. MARSDEN Esq. COMMIITTEE OF MNiGEMElN T----P. I Barry, S. H. Belcher, A. M..Betts, D. Broadhead, J. Chisholm, A. Cole, C. Cooper, W. Davies, W. Douglas, S. Emanuel, W. P. Faithfull, L. Faithfoll, A. G. Finlay, J. T. Gannon, A. F. Gibson, W. C. Harris,] A. Maokellar, T. Marsden, J. McEwen, G. Mc Connell, A. Ranken, W. Sands, I. Shepherd, J. Slocombe. TREASURER-Isaac Shepherd. SEORETARIES-Isaac Shepherd and S. Harborne Belcher. FIRST GRAND SHOAT, IVMARCH, 1881 SCHEDULE OF PRIZES: Section A,-EBlood and Trotting Horses. I BTEWAns-S-Merses. E. Chisholm, A. Chisholm, P. T. Barry. BLOOD HORSES. Class 1.-Stallion, three years and over.. First prize, £2 or medal; eecond prize, £1 or bronze medal. ,, --Stallion, two years and under three. First prize, £2; second prize, £1. ,, 3...

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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

BUNGENDORE. (From our Correspondent. I NEW Year's Day passed off very quietly here, no sports of any kind having been arranged The advent of the new year was proclaimed by the ringing of the church and school bells exactly at I 2 o'clock by the telegraph boy's gold chronometer. This was succeeded by a few persons at one end of the town march ing and singing "Auld Lang Syne" to the accompaniment of a cornet, whilst at the op posite end "John Brown's Body" was being murdered-the sonorous notes of bullock bells and kerosene tins being predominant in this case. We believe this latter band played in front of each of the "pubs.," and received a bottle of something good from each land lord; the last we heard of them was when they were singing "We wont't go Home until Morning," Samni's voice being conspicuous. In the distance the dim outlines of our worthy Senior and the gallant "Capting" were ob served, and could be heard humming :to themselves "We'll Follow, We'll Follow, We'll Follow;'' ...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. AT Wantabadgery recently Miss Rose Ann Mc Glede met with a somewhat serious accident while out riding. It appears the horse shied at a snake and bolted for a mrile and a half, eventually jumping a brush fence and throwing her to the ground. Her foot caught in the stirrup, and she was dragged along some two hundred yards. When found by her brother she was insensible, and, on examination, it was discovered that four of her ribs were broken, that her wrist was sprained, and that her ancle was discloated. A telegram from London states that the Nihilist agents have threatened the life f' a clockmaker in Birmingham for refusing to make an infernal machine; and he has been forced to apply to the police authorities for protection. A mutiny on board the barque Gabriel Alice is reported from Newcastle, where the vessel was lying. It was commenced by a French sailor, who broke into the lazaret and gota supply of liquor; and having supplied the crew with the same, a regular distu...

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TREVELYAN! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

TREVELYAN ! SThey recognized each other in that one wild glance. Giralda uttered no sound, not a word. Onljr her wild look deepened, and her pallor if that Were possible increased.. With the impulse of a wounded deer, to conceal herself she drew back behind the curtains. At the same moment the lorgnette of the Lady Beatrice dropped from her hands, and she sank back fainting into unconsciousness. The shock of meeting her missing dauglhter there-under the protection of her husband's deadliest enemy-i-overcome. even lier .self possessioni and control! Lord Adlowe alone had mharked the cause of her ladyship's sudden iliness. 'He also had seet the :wild look of.recogni tion, that had beeni interchanged between the Lady Beatrice and the young secretary of Lord Trevelyan. He stoied away the rememberance .in his scheming brain'for future use. The Lady Beatrice had sciarcely .fainted when, with real concern, he hastened to as sil in her recovery. 'It's the heat,, said the Earl; assisting him...

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TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

TARALGA. . (From our correspondene.) WERONG DIGGINGs.-The news brought in from these diggings from time to time is of a very encouraging character, and that a pay able gold-field exists there to a large extent there is very little doubt. Parties working there from the commencement are more satisfied as to results and hopeful as to the future than ever they were; and gold is now obtained by most of the parties in payable quantities. The opinion formed andreport published by the late Mr. Young, geologist, is now being fully proved by the parties in dustriously employed in its development. I have seen several of the parties concerned of late, who have been into our township pur chasing fresh supplies, and their united testi monies fully agree as to their prospects and successes.. At present there is a want of a sufficient supply of water for sluicing pur poses, but plenty of good spring water for personal wants. The diggers themselves have described the place to me as "a good poor man'...

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Stranding of the Chimborazo. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881

Stranding of the Chimborazo, THE Orient steamer Chimborazo, inward bound from London, forAdelaide, Melbourne, and Sydney, grounded on Marion Reef at 3 a.m. She is in seventeen feet of water, and requires 27 teet to float her The steamer James Comrie brought about 34 passengers to Port Adelaide. The vessel is six weeks out, and had made a run on Saturday.ot 296 miles. Towards the afternioon,,a heavy mist arose, and towards evening it:deepened into a heavy fog,'accompanied by rain. Captain Trench remained on the bridge the whole afternoon, aid until the vessel struck. Be tween half-past 8-and 9, .Althorpe liglit was sighted on the port bow., The captain ex pected to se6 Borda light first on starboard, and to make sure of his .psition he altered the courses as to make that light, but the haze was so thick that not until he got close did it become visible. Captain Trench then cdntinued his course, and at 3' am., when Troubridge light appeared to be six miles away on the 'port bow, the v...

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