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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

CA BLEd 'ME'SSA( ES. i' ". ?; (F?osti '-s .Daijily Pop?.rI. . ( ..... ·.· ·. .. '- .I ....... I o :boi , 'M arch 11. T c .acion of- the G?lovernelllne ini propsiing to ixtendi the arimaistidce recently gramod to the. Il1er' is:heig -chlo-oly critici-ed by the Pe? a oil"in piliti al circles.' ..... 'i: :: ?,? . .. i : , . .Ii. 1 OI?-oht ie hapuhlicly disav isl;cia sugtes tin's imadle i qi ceriuin qurtes.:' that the I.,li-h :(;ivernim,:ut a.k9l frti- ai; r ii ' luo t;c'Ioie o dutn i ,ers. HI-I dther stat-.r: his beliit Fl tt)ht "pir;oieal..fd, sint." armiistice origieitted w i: h'P e idi-it 'Bri.nd, of the Oringe Freie State. - . 'i' :.' : . March 12 SAltlhough n?id:fiite finfnrmatiot, is yet ti hand ,glrdiiig.i the . progress of . ngo, 'tions. r.-ce.tly openied bitwemi, Si, Lveelyn ! o ,d "a?d ~ijKig?rg: , the Presidnt ,F th~ Bo ro, ,r as to the' terms being dicuss'd butwe lthim it,"isianisenoiti uned !hat Mr. Gludstino isr ab..ui to .appilntte cmueissioners, who widll be chlargigd w...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

GUNNING. (From our Correspndeizt.) POLICE Co IrrT.-On \losday, March 14th, Thomas Reynolds, charged with being drunk and disorderly and using obscene language was fined £83. on Thursday night last the Oddlellows mot at their lodge-room. After the usual routine business the special business of electing a medical officer for the lodge was proceeded with, and Mr. N. T. Collin's tender was accepted. On the same evening the members of the Orange Lodge held their usual monthly meeting. It was decided to hold a special meeting t enable members to take the purple as soon as possible. On Sunday morning early a child of Mrs. Grant's died, making the fourth death in her family within the last few mouths. The Gunning Race Club meeooting is fixed for the '18th April, when a very good programme for one day will be presented. Thie mi inbers of the newly formed club are determined to do all in their power to maknle the meeting a successful one. The work on the new bank is now proceeding rapidly, as...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 14. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

dUULBUltN PI JAIL, tOU i'lt MONDAY, MARCH T4 - BEFORE Messrs. Voss,-Meyer, and Rossi. Matilda Driscollwas charged with vagranicyi Constable Drummond deposed to having arrested the prisoner that morning at .half-past two o'clock; she was well-known to the police, and had only been discharged from the gaol on Saturday morning. Prisoner promising to "clear out' was discharged, the Bench being willing to give her another chance of finding employment. i Jeremiah O'Keefe was charged by the police with cruelty to animals. Plea-not guilty. . Mr. Gannon appeared for defendant. : Henry Archer deposed : I am a cabidriver in Goulburn; I have seen the defendant, but he was not the mad that beat the bullock I: believe he was with the man. Mr. Gannon contended that as the defend. ant was not identified the case should drop; it was only taking up the time of tle Cburt. Constable Drummond deposed: From- in formation received I went out on Mummeli Road, and told the defendant I had com:e to get,his n...

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

TREVELYAN. 'Shek told yiou thatI am .the dauighter o the wronged "?e .fifrey Trevelyan,r who still lives. It .is true. -,A.nd if George Negwyn!: lives, he has it in his.power to clear my dear fthier's iname. .He possesses the clue .to thit ;ra-nge affair which h ias d trkened so mainy ' have Lthought qso+ before, ' murmured Peggy, her face paling I have feared sometimes? f6mi ' his:flight and long silenrce, that he himself hiad a hand in the business, Miss.' '.He was Lobrd Adlowe's, accomplice nothiig'moii re If I could see him -I'm wbuild so entreat him, bribe him, appeal-to him, thiat he would do my father .justicee I know hei would. "Do.youilove i'mtyet, Peggy ? ' ., ST.:he Shepherdess~ wasi a reservedi:woman,, with little demonstirativenless. Haid other asked'that quiestion she wouldi have refused an answer. But Giralda spoke soigently, and with s.uclh isudd nn:yhinathy?,'ithat she lid: bare her whole heart. . . ' Edc;l1. Iikt , liiss !lshe said with enmo tin. ' :ilneverlov?db?i...

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

S- CROOKWELL. (Fromt our correspondent ) WESL~EYAN.-Laying Memorial Sitone.-On Friday last, in accordance with previous annouicement, some thirty or fsrty ladies and gntlcemen assean bled in Iront of tile new Wesleyan parsonage, now in course of erection, to witness the ceremony of laying the memorial stone by \V. Davies, Esq., of Goulburo. About half-past 5 prm., the Rev. C WV. Graham, the presiding minister of the Wes. loyanu Church here, ascended the walls of the new ecdifice and gave out a hbymn, which the assemblage joined in sieging; after which a bottlo contaioiog copies of thile local papers, n:smes .f the minister and truttses, and a brief accunt of the erection of the building, and the names of the contractors for the work, was duly placed in a cavity of the wall, and the mesiorial atone was placed therein, when W. Davies, Esq., was invited to lay the stone. On that gentleman stepping to the front, he was presented by the Rev. C. W. Gra ham, in the name of the trustees of ...

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

ENERAL SER Apply to Jas MABER, Sloanest near Man 01son's S . Wanteid, CTIVE MAN to Groom, Drive, Garde nilk, Sand be useful. Apply to ISAAC IEP. ,BERD, South Hill. . Wanted Immediately, /py J TAILOdS; steady single men. ply, ; __ C . 1VAL, Queaubeyan. Ha Seed. STUATION by aLittlo Girl 14 year of ge, to take care of ildren. Apply t the office O this paper. Wasnted, AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX or T BOYS. CHARLES GILLESPIE rE,?srn A OK Ap fiooppr WVassteol. A FEMA LE.COOF. Applyto ins. RICH ARDSON, Emu Ion. V 'Wan ed. [ INTELLIGENT \OUTR an sistant Bilrd Marker. Go?l home for teay ad. /y, FRED HLYESRoyal Hotr VWanted, 'IGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS a ppn. tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factor .lply WOOD & UO'S., Auburu.street. TO TAILORS, SANTED, Two first-class CO 4T 3IN . Apply at BUTLER'S, Auburn.etr -. TO LT, / SNLE ROOM1, with usof kitchen 4;. d yW. PHILLPOT, M udy street. VACANCIES 0oa Few Respectablrl Mlen as BOARDnS. pply, Mas. MUNN, pposito North 'oul burn arsonage,...

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Town Boundaries of Bungonia. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

T oTwn Boindaries ofBungonia. CouNTY of Argyle, pIarish of-'Bungbnia area about 3Io acres: .Cuitimencing on the rigllt bank of Bungonia Creek at the northwestt corner of allotmnent No. I 6tof section -r9 d the't wn of Bungonia; ilience bounded I,'y the right bank of bungonia Creek northerly toa.smallguily at the northrieast-corner ot allotimeintt 1i i4 oii atsectionh @4; 4?\thence bounded by the,.north-eastern boundary 61 section No. i4 Iearing soiuth-easterly to tlhe north side of Jacqua-street, and by part of thie riortlh side of tthat street ? astJabout 3. chains 2o links to a rest boundary of Robert Futter's i68o acres thence. bya west boun dary of that i?8o acres southl iabout 67 hlianiis o20 linlks to a north boufidary bf:; that i668o acres afoiesadid i tanldtilheiin by a:iortili bou dary of that IS68o icres?west'abotit 36 chains 8o links to a small 'creek-or gully (whidch gully forms a; niortli-ast boundary of Robert Fut'ter"'s i68b 'acres aforesaid); thence Iby that gully no...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, TUESDAY. THE news of the assassination of the Emperor of Russia caused considerable excitement throughout the city yesterday. Williamn Mason, the engineer of existing railway lines, has resigned his position, owing to the refusal of the Minister for Works to grant him twelve months' leave of absence on full pay. It is reported that Mr. Cowdoroy will temporarily fill the vacant poAition. A large meeting was held in the Temperance Hall, yesternight, of persons interested in the butchering business. Resolutions were carried affirming the desirableness of the Government providing localities remote from the city to carry on a boiling down establishment, A successful piceic among those connected with the wool trade was held at Clontarf yesterday; about six hundred persons were present. The baloon ascent yesternight was a failure, owing to the Gas Compnny not supplying a sufli. cient quantity of gas. Another attempt will be madce ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

AT the last meeting of the Goulburn Borough Council the aldermen (by a majirity) decided to employ day-labor to have certain works performed at the cattle yards. Aldermen McConnell and WVombey moved an amend meht to the effect that the work should be done by contract;. but the question on being put to the vote was decided against them. It is ts well to refer to the arguments that were adduced in favour of day labor; and we must confess that they are the essence of shallowness, and go to show the incompe tency of certain individuals to manage the affairs of an important town like Goulburn. The main arguments used were that the Coun cil could not form a correct estimate of the cost of the work, and some contractors might put in a larger amount than the work could be .done for. Public competition fixes the value of every commodity, and labor in par ticular; and the very fact of tenders being called for the work at the sale-yards would give the council an idea of the probable cost, and ...

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

Goulburn Ag icultural, Pastoral, and Horti ultural Society FIR BrT GOAD B BO 6th, 7th, & 8th April, SI SPEC ýL PRIZES: NiT. ."GALE: . £ d. For tihe B~t Bale of Washed Fleece W:'' noolhot' less than 200 lb ; Irom ' 'owners of not less than 500 or more S: than 2000 sheep; six competitors... 5 0 0 , MR. J. W. CHISHOLM: For the Best Merino Ham, 4, 6, or S tooth ............................ ......... 3 3 M.- L FAIT'HFULL:. For the BestBull of any breed (inmported S or enlonial) 2...............3 3 0 ':F. LASSET'i'I'E l & Co. :. RFr h'amii in Prize na i Pl.ti?,bhllr Coote;t. Prliz u, cup;. Mu. . 1. EN: i For the B .-mi ,l of Locil made Butte . . ...... 1 0o i.' ULh ·T For F it' ihreLizesa, each ... 0. 1O0 0 i R. )0. PRA'rTT Fos te B.st Stle iof DraugbtHrseae gelding) p to four years old 1....;::,1 ::0 Ms. A. F GIBSON~ For the B .1 Colt ir Filly, any a, by A. F. "bson's iGeorge M.Patche iTer ..... ti . Siler Cup. MR. W. P FAITIIFUL F'or e Besat 3 Bushels.of w\hac :.......5 ...

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The Goulburn Agricultural, Pastoral, and Horticultural Associations Show Grounds. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 15 March 1881

The Goulburn Agricultural, Pastoral, and Borticultural Associations Show Grounds. TUE committee of the above having expended a large amount of money in improving the land granted to them for the use of the association b. the Government, we yesterday paid a visit of in spection, and in order that our readers may form some conception of the many preparations that are being made for the great show that takes place next month, we cannot do better than describe in de tail what we saw :-On arriving at the grouniis, which comprise an area of ten acres, and is en closed with a close paling fence seven feet in height, and creced with a view to permanency, we, through the courtesy of Mr. Bell, the architect, and Mr. Wilkio, the contractor, were admitted to the grounds and afterwards to the noble structure, the pavilion, which is of Gothic design ; we find it to be 70 feet long, 50 feet wide, with walls of 18 feet, and a height of 31 feet from the floor to the ridge. Having 3 handsome and orna...

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

MARRIED,   OCTOBER 6th, at All Saints', Petersham, by the Rev. Charles Baber, EDWARD CHARLES ROFE   of Sydney, to MATILDA JANE WILSON of   Marrickville, late of Goulburn.     DIED,   ON the 10th Jan., at Bournemouth (England), H. H.   M. D'ARCY IRVINE Esq., only child of the late H. M. D'ARCY IRVINE Esq., Castle Irvine,     county Fermanagh, aged 17 years and 4 months.

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

GOULJBURN ITEMS. ON Saturday evening that famous company of artistes with "The Only Leon" as its leader gave a second and farewell entertain ment in the Mechanics' Hall before another full house; the audience being most respect able, and of a most appreciative character, as demonstrated by the repeated manifesta tions of applause with which the different trtistes were greeted, more especially Leon himself. The programme was all that could be desired, and suited to every taste; and the manner in which the various performers acquitted themselves reflected upon them the greatest credit. As usual Mr. Leon in his budget of serio-comic songs was the principal attraction; the audience not being satisfied until he had answered two successive en cores; and the samne remarks apply to Mr. Vernon Reid, the celebrated tenor, who in his rendition of "Come into the Garden, M.aude," and equally good ballads met with universal admiration. Messrs. C. Mc Carthy, E. J. Kennedy, and W. Ball, as well as ...

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PARLIAMENTARY TUESDAY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

PA R LI A\ MENTAR V i,, t+ · FZ'A , li.L 7vN'r -:K- - 77;~ :i TUgESDAY, MRCI 15., lintheLegi4litive Assrmhlv, d-,i - ,, ' Mr,;\Villianm Ferster too0k th.e athis-in. hisa .eleitias member for ,-thet elec~tralhdistript1 of,-ie t-sundagaid -titzr TJ' nq - oiv e ti so- t) (irt sat it AlndoMr.c.pEit ptrtixk exp!iinedtheacircumb n stiances -undter Lw hich- lhe had -:beenrhelectedt; - ehert- of 'the Oppl'jO itin;' :n-ithez previous Pl!ii lianeg aitnd .he: iste Ie dtdcontinued;?toij hld tb-itp,oqipi? dat thie-rtqueqt t ofbhis friends,;{i .rhoih-:~ight "t wasivshisr.dutiy ,toi do soistill: c i inthin ,,turinrd; ipii:,-As.tle :presant , was a-:: -lewBarli.iment- anit it- was;times fer fsosomer hling ?o tirn up ili it ,wasj his desire; that. -his,, findls :should Ielect a newileader., s:, i ,:,-l-.-i 1y ;Reniwvrck.bithioholtapkareport from, the if rElect.ios ,{?vand-Quilificrtions Committe.e~,:i setoniigiforthllthitr giol ielrHollborow y.ias _note~i tin hetii pinion of- tlek'sorinmnittee;, dis...

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TREVELYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

! ! I. shalligon diiectttoo a telegraphi?statiih adt teigra1ihyto mannia,' she-said withi her usutigdecisionin Ad Uthen 1I.willuseak out iodgin's fir Fiv anrid inyseilf isome humble, qu.et ijlace, where we can remain undisturbed until I hear fro)inl .mm i- l ,I sAhall.,)e'ra.efulI ir"') /iu'dagi'lMrs.iPtminpton,'lif ,y',u ,! will! see mhes?ttleI1 b'fore e lfib'ti'k' c t'otlie Paralia ;i 1 l~, d iknbw/a faly In D.ha ' rej'atnnsPfI niineidsalid, iPegiv,.-. l hereti iliss.,l r'eY.elyn. iwould be safe';.: Ii'si: 'a quiet,i humbletipilace. but a" good.*'a;'"thisiin'everivre'peetr'!i..g c.' ' We vi 't r" .id Garilda. : iPer iy~v. din' r tw'to maie a f.w fin iil Ir'p a itiisn:fir. dprturre, aid. Mrs Piilp 00 waited iupon the yunh; guesis. "l'hedinrw-i-. soon over, and Giralda aha~::Faiy were then leager to set out. , , :By the t'n~ i'ah rses aid 'donkey were brougRt1,fromwthehsiale et had beenia liciered,:thtravejlers,:i'.ere qulte ready for Ihe jolrney. Fay~wiliriewith'., saideGitldd ic'l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

/ Va?\tetl,. / ! A GN?hRAL SVNT. Mns H. BRUW N, Auburn st~o?. • WVautedl, A YOUNG WOMAN as NURSE for a rt time. MRs. KING, Hillside. /. Wint I. / G oD RUBBLE MASON. Apply, _ HIVf ROT'L. B% sanled. OT? O-OD BRII'KXI \KERS. pply to S \VILLI'xM ?,N, North G Ibumn. A CTIVE MAN to Groam. Drive,"Gardeilk, .and. bo ,useful. Apply to ISAAC EIfh - ri b'D, S,)thi Hill. T Gillespis Boot Factory, o IGHTR - CARLES RILL .~.?, nlburn. / L a.am . , te . , A FJ? :LE 0. 0 0 pp l . n?. A ..... ? . .Emo... . .n . EMGHT OR NINE MARI'r B, as pr,. ,tices, at Wood & Co's Boot tory.F Apply WOOD & 00'5, Auburn street. ted·Im ediatel ,lot T eoy; atey nglo mr.~pply, SL. ? . L, Qeaoen n. ' TO TAILORS. F LASR ToU34ER HANDSNTED _1 a? f LER'., ,uburn street. . TO LET, ./ WTITH immediate possesion, :A' B K !V:.. YARD, with everything .reouisit For full particulars apply Thomas's Hotel. CHARLES THOMAS. Board . nd Residence, AANCIES for 2. or 3. Reospectahle ng lJMen. Mi?\s. S. B. BOLT, Clif~ord. reet...

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Murder of Captain Schwartz at the Solomon Islands. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

NIurder of Captaiu Sohwartz at the. Solomon Islands. TDURIN the past six or eight 'months ive have recorded the particulars of flumbeous? murd?rs committed at the Solomon Islands; an? ?e have now the particblarhs 'if.~ inother fiendish atrocity, which has takeiiaiviiythe liie of Captain Schwartz, of the,.Sy~dney: schooner Leslie. Captain Schwartz had only male two or three voyages in the Leslie. On thit. l.ih trip he sailed from Sydney on'January 159, and,-after a fine passage, Remell Island' was sighted on February -a. He then coasted ali6gSilChristoval during the 2ndand 3rd: of Februfary, and obtained 4 V tons of copra from a. native trader. named Hop'liy, 'w'iih \ Gl? a tain Schwartz had left trade-ori"li6 pirevioUs voyage. He also obtained ivid"ra tives. He made Guadalcanar ,:oist on thei 5th, and made more purchases from the na tives, a great number of canoes cominem..qff. He thenv went to Thousand Ship l.y, .whdre he traded for copra and ,beche-de-,ier, and watered ship. Cape ...

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THE WESLEY[?]N METHODIST FOREIG[?]MI[?]SIONS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

T E WsfSLY N M~THODISTP OOR1IG ,II 0T4 .S udlI t. THE anlarl me ltin? tif the abu;vc to k p?lac on Mnday yev ling list in the ,V, sleyan Churzh; ,about 1o00 persons werepresenl. Theeiprcdeedmings were ecominetcedlb:iyelihe Rev. 'Francis;· ,rait glmng out the, 878th hymn; ths`'aving heei' sung the rev. gentle man offeredan 'tplIo Poriate prayer. /Hetthen feelingly, alluhed to the Rev Ged~Fie Brown. and st-ted th-o)ljet?f th'toetfi tniiig'; difte which he called upon ,i'r. wViliit mi ..avies to keep his prd;iise, ad ttiha-t was' to ;tke the chair. ' Mrmu Davies had'.very grepti:pleasuiret9to preside on' that occasion.:and h'ad ;fUrnished himself with abundant material on the-subjeits of mis ions, but he would not address-themn that night? Allith. lipeikers hladdi'a.gred ito limit their opbservations -in order that Mi. Br6iwuiiiiiight .occupy tilte greiter?atte p ritth timebof the meeting. 'HeHedha readthe heroic woids used by tlhe mothler of John Wesley in her oldh'ge, when" 'she 'w-i...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

Churah of England Working--len's Literary Association, \oraoj?g night's meeting in connection with above was more than usually well attended, there being somo00twenty two memnbers present. During the peiliminary part of the business Mr. G. Gregory presided, a!ld afterwards the Vetirable Archdeacon Puddionmbdj (one of the presidents) took that plositin', After the minutes had been read and neyeral other mhatters gone through, Mr. G. li. A. Keinny wnas duly proposed for membership; and then the husiness specially set apart for the evening was proeeded with by the chairman calling upon Mr. H. Pinn to oen the debate-" T'hat the World haus.ufirned More from the Evils of Man than o f Woinad "-on behalf of the Ministry 'This he did in a very lucid antd argument.ative address. liHe contndled hibat Women hbr not s, many opportunities f cldommitting either wong or good acts as liafi, because her haoue was lhe' prover sphere; anti that alt:?had not tlh stiame int?lle-ot'ua peower as, man. WoAi...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 17 March 1881

?'.. ,.ODDS 'AND"ENDS,":. i- . ..-? . ·t i :. . · i.? . A PUBLIC breakfast ws igven iii'th& Town Hall on Tuesday last, to weldome Mr. William Forster, M. LA., on his return-tb the. colony from England. Between sixty and seventy persons were present, and the proceedings were very enthusiastic. Mr. Forsteri made'an interesting speech, in which he'said hd v'ould :take-his seat in the Assembly as an ilsdepdid a?nt man, and give 'a' fair support to the Government.' , The Bishop of Goulburn reached Narandera on Saturday last. He preached twice on Sunday to good congregations, and adddlessdi~l the Sunday School chil lren in the aftz~ioon, when a presentation was made to the Rev. Mr. West by the children, as a mark of their gratitude for his exertions in improving'!the school; Nearly seventy children atiefrded. On Monday evening an interesting meeting was held to take leave of the incmumbent, who has leave of absence fora short time. It was re-olved to build a parsonage during his a...

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