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TREVELYAN. CHAPTER XXXIX. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 March 1881

TREVELYAN.?? CHAPTER XXXIX. The Burnt Downs, as has been said, com lprise a barren and desolate region of some extent, thickly covered with furz bushes, and forrowed with many fissures and inequalities There are no trees on this prairie-like ex panse, and but few flowers grew here besides the yellow blossoms of the gorse. Its chief inhabit'ants are the flocks of sheep which feed on the succ'ilent herbage, and the wild hares which live and thrive under cover of the bishes. In, the midst of this dreary region, upon a high knoll commanding a wide view, stood a small,' neat, cobble-stone cottage, with two rooms, and a great, old-fashioned, projecting chiminey. This dwelling was the home of Peggy Willsey, the woman who had loved the un worthy George Negwyn enough to remain single for his sake. She lived alone here, tending her sheep, which fed on the Downs, and finding a strange pleasure in this utter solitude. She was not devoid of womanly tastes, as vas evidenced by the wild rose bushe...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Reserve for Camping, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 March 1881

Reserve for Camping, &o . No. 97, County of Argyll, parishes of Nadgi gomar and Collula, area about rno acres. The Crown lands within the following boun. daries: Commencing at the north-east corner of portion No. 6, parish of Nadgigomar; and bounded thence on part of the north by a line east 20 chains; on the east by a line south 30 chains; on the south by a line west crossing the road from Larbert to Bungonia, to a point south from the south-west corner of portion No. 6 aforesaid; thence on the west by a line north to that corner; and by the south boundary of -that portion' east to its south-east. corner; and thence boiunded by the eastern bouidaries of that portion (which form partly the western side 'df the road from Larbert to Bungonia aforesaid) northerly, to the point of commencement.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 March 1881

oualbumS Eight hoir Association. A S CIAL MEET G will be hoid 1SH S aturday) EVENI2G, at the Emu on, at S o'clogk, to complete arran ements for t fortih omig Anniversary Dinner. members are requested attend. W. M. HA NE3, on. See. tGoulburn Eight-Hour Association, THE ANNUAL I co neotion with the above will take plac jlThursday Evening Ii xt, / 17TH INSTANT, the Emu Inn IfICKETS, 58. each, may he had from members of the committee, and W. M. HAINES, lon. Sec. Dinner on the table at 6 p.m. To B ilders. LE or SEPA PT TENDE will be T /received up till 12 o'clock Tesday, hB2nd, by the unde iged, for e rectio of a TTAGE in Bourke treet. Drawings, &co, can be obhined from E. C MANFRED, S Architect. To Builders E or SEPAR TE TENDERS will be VV /fceived up till 12 o'clock on T day, March ad, for the erec on of a DWFTANG. IOUS in Clifford-street. \ / -' a'or f icatjori drawing? &c., apply toV E. C? MANFRED, Architect. NO ICE. A LL CCOUNTS due a the undersigned m t ". paid on o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 March 1881

Australian Stores, opposite the NIew Post-Office. WILLIAM DAVIES & Co. Are Now Showing New wIFraTE s, eems I NOVELTIES in Ladies' and ildren's ULSTERS, from 3s sid to, guineas MANTLES in Black and Co ored Cloths, n 7s aid to 4 guineas New Costume Materials, ro 7 to 5s dyr NOVELTIES.in FaiVy 2 teria for osrjk immings WINTER MILLIN]RY in al u, a er, Satin, Velvet, Chip, d Straw-in black and all colo' leadirsl ses, among others the " RIE STUART" and " TAM O' S NTER." French Chenille Flog ers and Feathers; the Latest Novelties in Millinery Ornaments Thie Fashionable Plushes and Velvets in all leading shapes A'Variety of New Chenille Fancy Goods; Plush and Satin Ribbons in all shades Black and Colored Embossed Velvets and Velvetine for Costumes The Celebrated Exhibition Kid Gloves, in 2, 4, and 6 buttons WILLIAM DAVIES AND CO ARE Offering Exceptional Value !. In Plain' and. Fancy Winceys, Wool Plaids, Merinoes, Warm Dress Goods, Blankets' Flannels, Wool Goods, Winter Hosiery, Sha...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, MARCH 9. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 March 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (Fromn Sydney Daily Papers. ) Lonot, MARCH 9. The latest news from the West Coast of Africa states that, notwitestauding the advance of the Aehantee troops towards British territory, the King hbas now completely disowned the action of the Envoy senet to parley with Sir Samuel Rowe, Governor of the WVest African settlements. Ile further asserts that in putting forward a demand for the release of the fugitive chief he never meant to imply that he would proceed to hostilities, even though the demand had been rejected. In addition to the arrests already announced as having been made under the Irish Coercion Act, several additional arrests of leaders of the agitation were made to.day. The arrest of othersis expected to follow. MAncH 10. A large number of alditional arrests were mede in Ireland last night. The Executive continues actively engaged in giving effect to the powers con ferred upon the Viceroy. The rumours current some time ago, that modifications in the British...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 March 1881

MARRID,     MARCH 2nd, at St. Luke's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Thomas W. Unwin, EDWARD, eldest surviving son of the late JOHN QUINN, Syd-   ney, to EMILY, eldest daughter of the late WILLIAM LANSDOWNE, Paxton Nursery, Ifield,   Goulburn.

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 March 1881

BREVITIES. Go to the Mechanics' to-night. Fifteen clauses of the new Reform Bill was passed by the Victorian Parliament last Thursday. The Immigration vote for the year has been reduced from £51,000 to £41,000. The Cootamundra races came off on Tuesday and Wednesday last, and were successful. Two men one time started a business under circumstances of a similar character, one advertised extensively and is now a millionaire and the other who did not patronise the papers is now an inmate of the workhouse — a fact. The Executive Council decided on Tuesday last that the law should take its course in the case of William Brown, who was sentenced to death for rape on his own daughter. £525,865 is the amount passed by the Assembly for public instruction for the year 1881. This will be money well spent. From April 1860 up to 1880 £56,753,768 worth of gold was raised in New Zealand. The Catholic papers in Madrid assert that a learned local physician has discovered that the figure on the Crucif...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 March 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS, ON Thursday evening last the Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Irvine, M.A., president of St. Nicholas' branch of the Church of England Temperance Society, deli vered an excellent lecture on " Drunkenness " in connection with that most useful society. The schoolroom at North Goulburn was fairly filled on the occasion, the chair being occupied by Mr. E. R. Laws. The lecture, which was illustrated with numherous touching anecdotes, was listened to with rapt attention, the rev. gentleman being frequently applauded; and at the conclusion a collection was made and a satisfactory amount realized. The cus tomary votes of thanks were accorded to the rev. lecturer and the chairman ; and so pleased were those present with the oration, that it is probable the Rev. Mr. D'Arcy Irvine will comply with the general request of re-delivering the lecture in the Mechanics' Institute on an early date. We are compelled to hold over our report of the lecture till Tuesday's issue. The members of the Goulbu...

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KNITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 March 1881

KNITTING     BY MARY KYLE DALLAS. I SAT in the shade of the ingle, She sat a little apart, Where the firelight flooded her tresses, As her beauty flooded my heart. My eyes wore fastened upon her, But hers were drooping adown On some woman'y toy she was knitting, With beads of silver and brown. Knitting, knitting, knitting, With a ghlitter of silken thread, As over the crimson meshes The point of her needle sped. Knitting, knitting, knitting, A web that she did not guess, Over the heart whose secret I longed yet feared to confess.   Ringing out from the shadow, The old clock counted the hour; It was time to go, yet the going Seemed utterly out of my power;   And, drawing a little nearer, I laid my hand on her chair Just where the purple velvet Cushioned her golden hair.   I saw the pearly white fingers Tremble under the red Of the beads that glided faster Over the silken thread; And the rose on her cheek grew deeper, Fl...

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CROOKWELL AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL ASSOCIATION'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 12 March 1881

OROOKWELL AGRICULTURAL & PASTORAL ASSOCIATION1'S SKOW. Tle third a.nual show under the auspices of the above society took place on Thursday last, in Mr. Roberts' padd.ock, which is situated about a quarter of a mile Irom the township. Owing to the throat. ening weather in the forenoon many persons would not venture out, it having rained nearly the whole of the evening previous ; but at noon the sun showed itseif, and it kept line throughout the day, and though it was feared at lirst that the attend: ance would be very small, by four o'clock there were fully seven hundred persons on the ground, nmongst whomu we noticed about a dozoen from Goulburn. The hill on which the show was held presented a pleasing sight, and reminded oneof Randwick on a "cup day" by the number of saddle horses, vehicles of almost every description,. and the gaily dressed ladies, whose presence alone always adds lustre to a gathering of this kind. A more respectable or orderly assemblage it would be alm...

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Parish Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

Parish uRads. T. being deemed expedient to make and opern the following roads, notice is given hatl`plans and books ofereference are now leposited, at the police-offices mentioned and any. objections mustilbe transmitted to hle Clerk of the Executive Council, Sydney, vithin one monthl fijm th" 8th .of Maich i Road frio -a- reserved road' at ihe south boundary of J. M. E.. Hyes' 6o acres.C.P., No:; I;eoi 'through E. Atkinson'sp; (now C lall sens);640,..acrs to a reserved road ai he east Loundiry:' of ?.?Franlnkii's 0oo acres C.P., No. 193, parFish' f Jeir county of Murray. -Charles Hall sen :reputed occupier; plan at the pohCe-offi c 'ass.e Deviaiion in he' o'iad: fronmiRiclhlands t6oiSwatchfi ed,-nefar i~ichl;ihds ,piý'arish ,':of Yalbraith,'i c ountyiof 3eorgiana, in lieu 6f ait rtrotroiadipreviously confirmed in. Government ~Gazette of 2nd November, 1866, thirough' Grown land; plaii at oolice-office, 'Taralga;: :, . .

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AT THE LAND OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN, On Wednesday, 6th April. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

AT THE LAND OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN, - On Wednesday, 6th April. ' Country Lots. : - , :,. Lot A, 43 acres, county of Murray, parish, of Thurralilly, adjoining the west boundary' of P. E. Daniel's conditional purchase portion No. 56 of a6o acres. Void conditional pur chase of Pritchard E. Daniels. Lot B, 40 acres, county of Murray, parish of Monkellan, adjacent to the west boundary of T. Commins' conditional purchase portion No. sos of 40 acres, and adjoining part of the west boundary of T. M'Ternan's condi tional purchase portion No. 3 oof 5o ares. Void condition i purchase ot Thos. M' I'rnan. Lot C, 50 acres, county of Murray, parihh of Tuggerannng, adj,,ining the east boundary of W. F. Thomnlon's conditional purchase portion No. 27 of 40 'acres, and part'ot the north boundary of C. Campbell's 645 acres. Forfeited, conditional purchase of Henry F.; Thomson. . Lot D, 40 acres, county of Murray, parish of Googong," on the road: from Burra to Queanheyan, adjoining parts of the south and ea...

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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY, MARCH 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

1> A .R.`ID:AY MARCH; ·. :Y '. thiLegiB i ative Assembly '. VThe" iSdiier' Hospital iIincobiporation Bill was.referred toa select committee for inquiry Dr. IrReniiocici oved" tlhe lsdond reading of the estiblish i drt of Schliols of Ahnitomy, Authlorizatidn Bill, whbich he stid was framed on ;,the lines of the linatomiy : Bills of the neiglhboirm colonies. .'.;The second rdii.aig wasi"greed wto iithotit deljate or diviiion; :'Th1c bjill was tlen ri:com: imuted and passed throuigh committee with aimenidmentsa?n&drieip~oted E;-i: ':;The amiendmerits made: by theiLegislative Councilhin-the Ad' .undem Degree Bill, were agrkeedt:'oF il :Coimmiittee of the Whole lani'd meported. 'Mri JohinaDis moved th- sec6nd reading of6the l MuniciPi Baiths Site Acquisition" Bill, whichi he said, hIid been petiiuoned for by the' Cotiiicil""n a ',M1ir,.Pigott: oppose: tlie : iill. i :After debatd'e, ''; 9 , The seconld reading Swas carried, oni divi sion, liy:41 to 4, anid the lHouse went into...

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Church of England Temperance Association. St. Nicholas' Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

Churcoh of England Temperanco Association. -St, Nicholas' Branoh,. IN connection with this society a lecture was delivered last .Thursday evening in. the. St. Nicholas' Schoolroom, North* Goulburn, by the Rev. G. M. D'Arcy Irvine, M.A. The s~ubject was "-;Drunikenness."' The lecturer, we untiderstaind? intenids, at the earnest solici tjtio.iof :mifany who hleard liim the other evening, to re produce.the ..lecture by-aind-by at .the Mechanics'. Institute. We shall there fore confine~ ourselves in the present report to thie chief points of this highly instructive and most interesting lecture. I.The rev gen tlieman availed himself of some of the most startling aid tellir;g tacts culled by such men as Hawers, ir. Richardson, Dr. Carlpentei, AMessrs;. Hoyle, Dawson,o and- Burns, Sir Henrty Tlhompson, and others, to prove that' however useful as a medicine and in excep tional cases'alcohol might be, there was.no part: of the body or the mind over which it' had not,:after being in long use...

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CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE LAND OFFICE, GOULBURN, On Wednesday, 6th April. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

SCROWN LAND SALES. 'AT THE LAND OFFICE, GOULBURN, On Wednesday, 6th April. : Country Lots. Lot A, 50 acres, county of Argyle, parish of Collector, adjacent to the south boundary of George Coyle's conditional purchase por tion No. ioo of roo acres. Lapsed condi tional purchase of Patrick J. Reardon. . Lot B, 124 acres I rood, county of Argyle, iparish of Wayo, on the road from Crookwell toGoulburn, adjoining the south and west boundaries of E. Gray's conditional purchase portion No. 78 of So acres. . Lot C, I62 acres, county of Georgiana, parish of Laggan, on the road from Laggan to Golspie, adjoining the north and east boundaries of Joshua Taylor's conditional 'purchase portion No. 184 of I98 acres and the north boundary of R. Kennedy's condi tional purchase portion No. 164 of 60 acres. Void conditional purchase of Robert J. Ken nedy, junr. Lot D. 30 acres I rood, county of Georgi ana, parish of Tyrl Tyrl, at Dick's Flat on both sides of the road from Rhyana to Tyrell Tyrell, and ad...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

QUEANBEYAN. Abridged from the Age.) W?;:uiiderstand that the.promoters have engaged thle 'einperance Hall for the-first three days in Easter week for the purpose of holding therein..tbe bazaar and fancy fair in'i aid of the:new-.Convent. ..:::: A GaZette notice con'firms :the electi6i of Mr. T. H. Smith as trustee of thle permanent mnd temporary commons, at Queanbeyan, for the unexpired period of three years- from January, s88o. Mrs. Luxon has been selected out of a batch of several applicants for the office of matron of the Queanbeyan District Hospital. Selections.-The following selections were t.ken up at the Queanbeyan land-office or Thursday last :-Henry McIntyre, 440 acres, section 13, parish Conawarra, county Cowley; William H. Follett, 40 acres, section 2a, parish Yarrow, county Murray; Thomas Reid, 40 acres, section ar, parish Talagandra, county Murray; John Crawford, 40 acres, section 13, parish Congwarra, county Cowley; Andrew Cunningham, 40 acres, section 21, parish Booro...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

BREVITIES, Co?s's big show on Friday. Russian Emperor has been murdered. Findl rifle contest for gold pencil case Saturday. Another new timetable has been issued for the southern railway and will come in force next Monday. Friday, 25th instant, the election of an alderman for the Goulburn mnnicipality takes place. Since December last upwards of £4000 has been expended in Sydney for watering the streets with salt water. A bazaar and bruce auction at the Mechanics', April 9, the day after the great show at Goulburn Groet sports in Brookes' Paddock, Goulburn, on the 17th irstant. The Committee are working hard to make it a success. Mr. W. Forster was entertained at a banquet in Sydney on Saturday. le takes his seat in the Assembly to day. A gentleman in Grafton has given £100 to the Clarence Bible Society. The awards at the Bega show on Saturday last appear to have given satisfaction. At St. Patrick's sports on Thursday in Brookes' Paddock a good day's enjoyment is promised. Kelly and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

LIAP[L 20!r, 1881? No. 1 CONFER NCE--500 S solibers at On Sov Ea DISTR BU ION ir' t ore .. ... .8....,. .. , 50o Second H, ors!! :... . ......... ... Third rse ................. .: Other, Starerrs t (dviI . N.on Sti-ters (divi NO. ' INTiND1NC SU CRIB 1 eqn d o f. rdftri pirt i irhti f h iobearly as possible;' in doer to asllov i:. Pr-ViNA for HOR1Si tS: to.be arrid out if )ossible by the Ist of rpril Aprs1 Country pl,.iations b~ letter must be accom. panied by stainpod Piienvelope be, ng sender's ad dress, 'al o ? ihee cheqiies ar' set xchange must be add d. HENkRY PAYT, N Royal Hotel. ioulbuin. City Ulothing 11ail. L. MANDLESH Tailor & Outfit t AUBURN-STREET, GOULBUR? (Established in 1865). THE BEST STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. NEW ST NE UARRY AT R ON. 'UILDING STONE n ?ny. quantity can be Sobtained at th above uarries, which are 3bout HALF A M E FRO? THE CENTRE OF THE TOWN Applicationse be made at the qm rrcies. Printed an publisjeed bU Thomas Daniel,e.acr proprietor, at lthe Evc...

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THE TOUTS ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

THE TOUTS ABROKD. HY FLANEUII AND FAUCoN. Lost is the racer through the whole career, Till victor at tho goal he re.appear. -AiTlOOLOOlA. ST. PATRICK'S DAY in Goulburn will doubtless decide the respective merits of some of our ath letes; and as many readers of the Penny Poast would perhaps like to "spot a good thing" for the big handicap, we. have set ourselves the task of analyzing, with your permission, Mr. Editor, the capabilities of some of the peds. and would-be peds. fhe rsma:lest and largest "cannsideration " that the two of us can unitedly muster is a threepenny hit; but as th:t iwdet little c:,in only roreseate one bohttle of ginger-b:er, aol ,reorgs dtoesn't keep a slate for all sorts, we c monot go to the Beehive and ask to see the ntrlces and handicips There fore, seeing tant we are in euch an in extlremio con dition, we ask indulgence for all sins of omission and commie ion. First on the list is " Bunker's" stable, which is re'presented by Slim Jim, The Sprat, and Young...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

fREUTEtR'S TEL·O GRAMIS] LUN DON, MoDsAY. ALTHOUGH¢ the authorities are increasing their effirts to suppress publio gathc ngs the discussion on Land Law teform by the Irish Land League continues actively to promote such meetings, and k cps constantly bcfoio the public objects which they have in view there were twenty mcotings heldi yesterday under the auspices of the League in different parts of ireland The emperor of Russia has been killed by the explosion of a bombshell in the streets of St. Peters. burgh. The bomb was thrown by Nihiliste. The assassin was arrested. The following are further particulars. It appears that his Majesty and suite were witnessing a grand parade of the Imperial troops, when two bombs exploded at short intervals. The lirat bomb, though (bursting in the immediats vicinity of the Imperial party, failed in its object, the Czar and his attendants escaped untouched. Immediately afterwards a more terrific explosion took place. This time the Czar's legs were com...

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