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

NEW STONE QUARY A'1' MARSTON. BUILDING STONE in any quanti caAb obtained at the above quarries, Avhig.'a about HALF A MILE FROM THESE PE OF THE TOWN. / Applications to be toads at the quarries. Crookwel Agricultural and Pastora Association. THI AN AL 8 W 10 11th M orich, ,881. 'O IL SCHEDULE see Go lbrTerahd S of tJatnunry and 19th rer , Pentny Poa of 3 antd 24th February and Southern Ar a of 12th and 26th Felbruary; r it can he obtained from the undersigtned. Entries close 6 p.m. on 5th Mars. WV. F. iHENDI) lie See. .E..,C.: MANFRED/,/ Architect, /17/ MIONTAGUE-STREET, GOULBUTN Oity Clothing HRall. L. MANDLES IO , Tailor & Outfittr AUBURN-STREET, GOULT4 .(Established in ls65). THE BEST STC00K ALWAYS ON HAND. CRITERION HOTEL, AUBURN-STREET, GOULBURN. THE Proprietor having had the abgvo :Hotel THOIROUGLlLY RENOVATED, in a position to ACCOMMODATE BOARERSf Superior to Any House in o CiHAnoES STuICTir MODn R , GOOD7 -STABLING, &o. C. LAST, Proprietor. W; W. RICHkRDSON, M...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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MONDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

B• efu-o Mecsra. o ,;s r ,ibiioelas, :il Gibs -i Aiaexaondear Lang, a lad eleven years of aejo ('u: bail); was uhargad t~ih stea!ing a bridl6 re ii the proetiiyi iffof MrsilOlikey p'w oom Mar. hUianoi appeared fore,'dena mt. ' SCoonstable-Dein; a ?innd dciposerd a'i oIsO~Ld.li a, at a qulrte.last ; t:itoi e from'ilrnftirdtaidn received I -veur to :Mia., Oalcryv' place i Cole: streer, who igav'e me the rein produe c d and allo .sueh iuforma: .ion as -ld- ma t: o iarrest ?the 'defendant.; hen l Ie I arreateajill n in Graft ii street lie sid be liteo ol t' rein betcasde 'Ira. Oakey's biy took a wvliip handle iof hia ul I thenl lo-ked hiin up:. i ?Margaret aOikey dapo sed l:.Ilivein Cole street on aSutiel-y ioi ning yiiiy Ittle bioy e me ii crying aitddl said thel;drfoud-ana hid -tokeiithoierin :which had"bee'n s?ed for Cleg-r;opin' a cw; it belonged to inc sen, alid ii "with t .i ; I wet to defesda-att $' I welt": to ' defm ~d.:it . ioiotherpladel- aaterwards-rrnunht linthe rein Ti ir....

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 8 March 1881

GOULBUiRN POLICE: CORT. Beconec Mr Ii. FHI'Vass o?o-Orge ,T. 'osper ;.was. chalrgcd isith bre aking anod ntarigrtlpiiici o of Johln'iioda~ '.id M r. rietts for co,,inl i t at it.ted tha tit h wolald t.ac to ask tho Pcuhi tbobitid doleidanit oveor for his gosil behlios'zoc PGA 7 E Sergeant Gibbons di?scd :t f'. oI;ul ;'clock:this morniig I was c?lled uponr by Mr W iodiard of Cowpscttre;t to igo to :lis ,premisos ;'on rechieng there i wns asoshibwn the firont doo?di.'pap n?il of. vhich was'brdken; he said that defenidant ?vas in a bed rooni; tho codmplainian't h'iidia+ld :'tleide'ndaiit to go ana y, hot ,]o annl iot; one :aii lofb l the door was brok?o,, arind t other partly bror r itbef~en took ldeelndatit:to te :idcliocup : i John W\oodward deposeo :' live in Cowper street; about ohaltpasot tree this mnoriiig I heard a ftairful linockiog atfthe4frongc door ?f nmy houise; I shouted out--" \loi's .therie ?' jrind ?i ciai?:I n reply, hcut heard a fejc:ftil crahl as if the. door was giv...

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

DIED. MARCH 6th, at his parents' residence, Bourke   street, Goulburn, Raymond Henry, infant son       of Henry B. and Julia Monkley, aged nine months and three days.        

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

,m QUEANB1YAN. • , (Abridged from the Age.) , Iii?R. havebeen splendid rainsi diiring'tlee pastfew days. :.rhe walls of the. new Coivent ? are now being carrie;l up to the second storey. ?: : Quarter Sessions wilF be held at QOueani beyan oli the 25th, and at Cooma on the 3oth? of Maric. h Thomas Rutledge Esq., M.P.; is at homime fronm' his parliamentary duties' fo.r s',hort time. * * ' The supper in connection:lh the lat Oddfellows' hall was spread at the Royal Hotel, and was an excellent preparation. £6oo00 a year is said to be the salary attach ing to the office of land valuator, to which Mr. J. B. Thompson, the late member for Quennbeyan, has been appointed. Black Nellie, the last of the Queanbeyan tribe of aboriginals, is again a widow. Her second husband, "Parson Williams," died at Braidwood a few days ago. The Rev. J. A. Main, M.A., lately of Queanbeyan, has accepted a call to the charge of the Presbyterian Church at Young, and was inducted last 'T:uesday.: Native dogs are ve...

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GUNNING. COURT OF ENQUIRY, MARCH 8. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

GUNNING. (From our Oarrespondent.) COURT OF ENQUIRY, MARCH 8.:. BEFORE Mr. Commissioner King. Thos. Bailey, 40 acres,taken up 7th Mirch, 1878, under 22hd clause. The Inspector's evidenrice' was read, and accepted by selector. Thos. Bailey deposed: I selected this by virtue of my freehold; I never resided upon the freehold, neither on the selection;' the freehold was left to me by my father's will about Io years before I selected, and I did not think residence was necessary. Recommended for forfeiture. Martin Clancy jun., 4o acres, selected oni loth September, 1877. Inspector's report was read, and accepted by selector. Mr. Davidson appeared for selector. Selector deposed: I-went to live on the selection two months after selecting; I resi ded on the selection for six months; I was then away three weeks drawing fencing stuff for a neighbour; I came back and resided for another six months; I was away drawing logs for Madden for three months; during the three months I used to sleep on t...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (From a Correspondent.) DURING the last week we have had several nice showers of rain, which must prove very refreshing to the grass and gardens. The weather has been very warm since Saturday. This morning there is every appearance of another good fall. Dramatic Club.-The members of this club have decided to give another entertain ment on the evening of the Sessions, the 25th instant. Judging <from their last entertain ment I think they are likely to be well patronised, which I hope will be the case, as they well deserve it. Fatal Accident.-On Tuesday last a fatal accident occurred, by which a strong and healthy man-John Fox of Yarralumla-lost his life. It appears the deceased had been into town on the day abovementioned on some business, and late in the evening, along with some other persons, started for his home. He did not go far out of town when he re ceived a fall from his horse which proved fatal. He was conveyed into town, where he died the same evening...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

Want I, Y4UNG MAN, from to 18 years hld, to . ake himself useful il a light busiess; must be onest. Apply at theoflico of thispper. S* rWa cclted. A S UATION as ARDENER. pply to 'JO N GOTWA I, Union.stree , North Goulburn oi at office of bis paper, Wanter . A COOK. Apply to Mus. J, RICHAR ON, Emu Inn, Auburn.street. W?B ted, A T oe, A MAN to LAZE 50 PIATR oF? SASHES. THO IS LEE, B ilder, Grafton. treet. Wanted, ElGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factory.A - WOOD & CO'S. Auburn.street. WVanted, OD FEMALE COOK. Apply, M /W . OGAN, Temperance Hotel, Sloane.stft I anted, fY married man, a Situation asTUD. S ROOM; has had experience w~ Stud Cattle;~n plough, and mako himself nIly useful. pply, office of this paper. . Wanted, rp OR THREE GOOD BRI4LAKERS. ply to H. W. HOWA T rang Brick iads. WVanted, A GIRL, 'as GENERAL SERVANT. /Mns CHARLES GILLESPIE, Auburn-s rot. IVansted, A GOOD GE ERAL SERV ?T. Apply, CSTTERLO HOTEL. • W~anted, ,- A LA.NDRESS, by th...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MARCH 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

[REUTER'S TLLnGORAMS. LONDON, MRCHo 9th. GasATdissension in the Houee of Commons on Insh affaire. 'O'Donnell, member for Dungarvan, was called to order for using unparliameutary ldingeige. He refused to withdraw the words and defied the authority of thechair; thereupon he was suspended from taking any further part in the pro ceedings. Boyton, the chief orgaoiser of the Irish Land League, has been arrested under the provisions of the Coercion Act. Boyton states he isan American and claims the protection of the American Govern. ment. - Up to the present time twenty persons have been sent to prison under the new measure. Exodus and agitation (?) from the country con tinne. A alighb improvement in the prioes of wool is noticeable.

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

Ohurch of England Working Den's Literary Assooiation, 'THE usualweekly meeting of the above so ciety, which took place last Monday evening, was fairly attended; the chair being occupied by the Rev. .G. M. D'Arcy Irvine (one of the presidents.) The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, Mr. William Stewart was elected a member 6f: the association, and the special business bof the evening at once proceeded with. This ivas readings and recitations, and the follow ing members took part:--Mr. A..H. Lans downe; reading, "Benevolence and Human-' ity;" Mr. T. Bramble, reading, "The Slave's Remnonstrance;" Mr. H. Pursehouse, recita tion, "The Spanish Champion;" Mr. J. T. Jessep, recitation, "The Drunkard's Dream ;" Mr. R. Russell, reading, "Lady Lillicraft's Retinue;" and MrI. \V. Pursehouse, recitation, " A Woman of Mind." The different per formers on the whole acquitted themselves well, and diffuse and profitable criticism was indulged in on the different selection...

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TREVELYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

TREv ELYAN. The good woman became thoughtful. She had.a morbid fear of of the old Marquis, but her love for her former nurseling, Geoffrey Trevelyan, outweighed that fear. There was nothing she would not do, no sacrifice she would not make, for Geoffrey Trevelyan or his child. 'You cannot stay in the village alone, that's clear' she murmured. 'You would be at Lord Adlowe' mercy there. You cannot go to the Eyrie. You cannot stay here. What you want is a quiet, secluded place, where no one can find or harm you, and where you can stay until you can write and get letters from your parents.' 'Yes; that is what I want,' said Giralda eagerly. 'The more secluded the place, the safer I shall feel,' 'The towns and villages won't do' mused Mrs. Pumpton ' A young girl alone in a coun try town excites gossip,.' Ah I have it.' Her'face brightened up, and she drew nearer to Giralda in sudden excitement. '.I know the very.place for you; Mis Giralda,' slhe exclaimed. There was a farmer's daughter wh...

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The Late Accident at Port Phillip Heads. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

The Late Accident at Port Phillip Heads. Ix reference to the blowing up of the boat and four men, the cause of the accident is at present unkown, as Murray, the electrician aboard the Cerberaos, wbo had charge of the firing appartus, had not. joined the wire from the mine to the'tiring key ao there could be no electric current. Captain blMandeville was ashore at the time of the accident. James Jasper, the survivor, in his narrative, says that all the insulated wire which was attached to the torpedo exploded, and it was fouled by one of the ooars. He knows nothing about the explosion but found hlimself struggling in the water amongst the splinters of the boat, until rescued by. Mr. Houston. He is progressing favourably. Murray thinks there must have been a small quantitr of dynamito in the powder, and that the conouseibon with the boat exploded it. It seems that \lurray has stied positively that Groves, who was a careless man, put a piece of dynamite into the case with powder to make...

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The Southern Star Minstrels. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

The Southern Star Minstrels. THE Mechanics' Hall was crowded in every part on Tuesday evening by an audience numbering about five hundred, to witness the first performance of the Southern Star Minstrels-a company recently organized, and who with commendable energy and fore thought are to give the proceeds .of this entertainment to the Goulburn Hospital. Amongst the audience we noticed several of our leading citizens. In order that the re sults which will accrue to the Hospital might be greater, we noticed that Messrs. Walter Daniel senior, D. Drummond, and another gave their services gratuitously to save ex pense. One of the features of attraction was the new scenery that graced the sta e. This was. designed and painted by Mr. E. Harte, one of the stage managers. Pre cisely at eight o'clock the curtain rose, and presented to view the members of the com pany sitting in the position of a hapiy family; each of whom, dressed in black cloth and having the star in their buttonhdle designa...

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Temora. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

Temora, COYLE and Bennett, adjoining Head and Aldridge's, struck five feet of goldhbearing cement, exactly like the White'Hills, Beodigo. It is believed to be a conutinuation of Head's rich reef. Besides this, they penetrated several feet of wash before the cement was serruck.-The town is very dull, the people are still leaving for Muount Browne, nutwithatanding the warnings given.-The children in the Public sotool are much distressed, there being no water to drink but what they bring with them.-A man named Benry German has been mortally injured, it is fesred, by a fall of earth in the Corkscrew claim. The ground in the vicinity is very treaocherons. The weather is threatening for steady rain. -Bowes and party are applying for suspension of their water claim. The water is too much for them. There was 40 feet of water in the shaft this morh ing it has driven the men out.-The -tswn is exceedingly quiet.--Coyle and Bennett are 12 feet in cement, and there is no sign of bottom. Lumps of...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. THE Railway Department (says the S. M. Herald) have now adopted the system of sealing up the doors of sheep trucks by means of the wire and lead seal, as practised very extensively in America. It will be remembered that complaints were often made that consignments of sheep were tampered with on the road down, and that the number delivered was short of the number trucked. Under the system now adopted the stationmaster at the delivery station will be able to tell at a glance whether the contents of the trucks have been in terfered with on the road. The apparatus consists of wire shaped like a magnified hairpin. This is passed through the hasp of the truck door, and on the lower part of the hairpin a circular disc of lead is affixed and stamped, so that it is impossible to open the truck door without destroying either the wire or the leaden seal. The Braidwood Dispatch says-A cystem ol petty larceny is being carried on in Braidwood at the present time, and the guilty par...

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Fatal Accident in Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

Fatal Acoident in Goulburn. ONc of those sad events which now and again it is our duty to chronicle, occurred on Tuesday evening in the vicinity of the Argyle Mills; the unfortunate in this instance being an elderly man named Thomas Cahill, a groom in the employ of Mr W. Nash of the Harp Hotel. From what we can gather it seems that Cahill had according to his usual custom been to the paddock at the Glebe,, for the purpose of bringing home his employer's cowe and upon returning, it being then about half.past five o'clook, he met a spring cart driven at an unusually smart pace by the wife of the Chinese gardener known as Tommy Fong, of Tirranna. The horse in the vehicle was accustomed to stop at the Chinaman's buildings, opposite Mr. Conolly's Mills; but upon the present occasion Mrs. Fong did not pull him up there, the consequence being that the animal swerverld from the centre of the road, and Cahill in endeavouring to get clear of the vehicle came in o:ntact with it. He was struck ...

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Great Storm at Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

Great Storm at Sydnley .. TrE thunderstorm which has for some days" past appeared imminent burst on Tuesday, and was accompanied by awelcome -downfall of rain.' The thunder was very loud and the lightning vivid, but the lain was at no time very heavy, the storm passed away to the southward, but seemed to hang around the horizon, and the weatherwise predicted aspeedy return. It did work up again shortly after one o'clock, and on this occasion the downfall was chiefly of hail, or rather of blacks of ice, as they were in very many instances of considerable niz.. Many were as largv as hen eggs, and those which fell on the flags were dashed to, pieces bty the force with which they struck tile stones. Lamps asd skylights suffered severely, and the tingling sound of breaking glass mingled with the rattle of the ice stones. Several who were cuiious enough to run out and pick up the hard stones received unpleasant kuocks. After the hail had fallen for s-ems time rain succeeded it, and a smar...

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Wilcannia. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

Wileannia. COBB and Co. started another five-horse coach on Monday for the Mount Browne gold-field. Fourteen passengers were booked through. The fare has been raised to £6. The two specials from Deniliquin have not yet arrived. 200 horses have arrived here for sale. Steamers, with their harges, are calling almost daily, and the river will be navigable for some time to come. Great satisfaction is expressed at the. aippointment of a warden andpolice niagis trate at Mount Browne. Two residents in Wilcannia have returned from the diggings, bringing with them some beautiful specimens of nuggetty gold, in all ten ounces. One piece weighed, five ounces, and was solid gold. Reports confirm the. belief that the real goldfield will eventually be found in the vicinity of the Grey Range.

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS, CO?PtLAINTS have been made by several parents of children attending the Public School, Bourke-street, of the bad water that the children have to drink; and we know of some of the children who are at present laid up with sickness. We are also surprised that reports have not been sent to the Education Department in reference to this matter be fore. What with the crowded state of the school and the bad water, the sooner provi sion is made for another building the better. We likewise have been informed that several parents are going to take their children away on account of the evils complained of. We I have called attention to this matter before, and trust that we shall not have occasion to repeat it; We again remind our readers of the ap pearance of Kelly and Leon's celebrated company at the Mechanics' Hall to-morrow evening. These talented artistes are so well known in most parts of the colony that com ments from us are quite unnecessary. The press of the colony alway...

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Telegraphic Intelligence CROOKWELL, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 10 March 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [raR0 OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] CROOK WELL, TaHURSDAY. WEATHER very threatening. There are nearly five hundred people on the ground, and there are over twd hundred entries for the show. For the horse section there are over one hundred entries, the most of them first rate animals. 'The cattle section is poorly contolested; and for sheep, pigs, and poultry but very little competi. tion. No agricultural implements entered. Farm preduce, fifteen entries. The wheat, barley, and grass are first-class. Dairy produce, ten entries; and the exhibits are first-rate. Dogs, nine entries-chiefly sporting kinds. Horticultutal section, eleven entries. The fruit and apples especially good; vegetables, fair. Amongst the miscellaneous exhibits, thecollection of photos by Caspers of Goulburn is mrch admire I. The collection of needlework from the Gullen public school is very creditable. The secretary and stewards are busy, but the judges have not made their awards yet. The show on t...

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