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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

1BTan eed. A TTLE GIRL to asist in Bou ehold work. Must sleep at homl . MEns. . BUTLER, Borke-street. B,/ aa eed, T .SINKERS. ?pply to J. d J. H CYES, CityMis Wante, / A TEAM to Cart a Stack of Hay from. n .- dary to Goulburn. Apply H... PRATT, Sloanostreet, / 178 4, A , about 14 or 15 ?omind a chil . Apply s. I. BROWN, A urn-street / WVanteel SG0Op- PLASTERER'S L BOURER Ap. iply t'o WV. STEWART, Bos ke-street - VWated. A YOUNG WOMAN as NURSE for short time. Mns. KING, Hillside. Wa ted, riWO COOD BRICK AKERS. pply to IL ,, ILLIAMSO North Go burn.. BVantedl, ACTIVE MAN to Groom, Drive, arden, , and be useful. Apply to I AC S P HERD, South Hill. ~Wianteed, EIGHT OR NINE SMART BOY Appre . tices, at Wood & Co's Boot. Fator. Aly WOOD & CO'S., Auburn.street. anted Im edia , r WO AILORS; stea single m . Apply, .1,ERCLVAL, Que beyau. 7 TO TAI -RS. IRS LASS TROUSER ANDS WAN D FI?- ? 'S, Auburn. eet. LOS' ETR EN Goulburn Rrowery ld Clifford. atr t, BAG containin Cutlery d Sund...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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THURSDAY MARCH 17 In the Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

TurnsDAY MARCH 17 In the Legislative Council. Sir George Ienes informed Sir Alfred Stephen that the Government intended next session to lay before Parliament a bill for the consolidation and amendment of the criminal law. The Kurrajoeg Land and Rileystreet, Surry Bills, Land Sales Bill, and the' Church of England, Trust Property Incorporation Bill were read a third time, and returned to the Legislative Assembly. Captain Onelow moved the second reading of the Berrima Coal Mine Railway Bill. The motion was agreed to, and the bill was passed through committee without amendment. The Council adjourned. In the Legislative Assembly. Mr. Reid brought up the report of the Select Committee on the A. S. N. Co.'s Incorporation Act Amendment Bill; and Mr. Farnell obtained leave to introduce the Parramatta Tramway Bill, which was brought up and read a first time. The House then went into committee for the further consideration of the Fisheries Bill. The schedules and new clauses were agreed to, o...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

Goulburn Agricultural, ~Pastoral, and Horticultural Society. FIRST GRA1ND SHOW WILL BE HELD On the Society's Ground ON THE 6TH, 7TH, AND 8TH A IL, 1881. ... HE Regulations of the Railway Department are that Live Stock, 'o-_ Implements, and Exhibits will be taken to the -Show at ordinary rates by ordinary trains only. From the Show, if UNSOLD, they will b: e taken back FREE, and the rate paid to the Show re-paid on production of Certificate to that effect fromn the Secretary to the Society. If SOLD, ° ordinary rates will be charged from the Show. S. HARBORNE BELCHER, Hon. Seo. THE ORIGINTL CASH STORE, Save Money Save Money! '*; . BY PURC ASING YOUR WINTE DRAPERY -At Wombe 's Cash Store. W HITE BLANIETS, 6s lid per pair Saat Wombey's Cash Store. White Blankets, 8s 1 d pair at Wombey's Cash Store. Super. White Blanke a, 10s 6d pair at Wombey's Cash Store, Large size White Bla kets, 13s Gd pair ' at Womboy's Cash Store. Very Superior White laukets, 15s 6d pair at Wombey's Cash Store. Ex...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1881. IN the Legislative Council. On the motion of Sir JOHN ROBERISON, Mr Pid dington was appointed Chairman of Committee for that day only. Sir JOHN ROBERTSON in reply to Sir Alfred Stephen, said it was not intended by the Govern. ment to introduce during this session any bill for transfering the power of granting certificates for public.house licenses from the justices of the peace to some other tribunal or authority. The Wagga Wagga Gas Bill, and the No-Liability Mining Companies Bill, were read the third time, passed, and returned to the Legislative Assembly, with a message requesting concurrence in the amendments made. The Anatomy Bill and the Berrima Coal Company's Railway Bill were received from the Assembly, and read the first time. On the motion of Mr. C. CAMPBsLL, the church of England Trust Property Incorporation Bill was read the second time, and afterwards passed through committee with some amendments. The House adjourned. In the Legi...

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TREVELYAN. CHAPTER XLI. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

TREVELYAN. CHAPTER XLI. The little party, consisting of Giralda and Fay, Mrs. Pumpton and their shepherd guide, reached the little market-town of Dalton with in two hours after leaving Peggy Willsey's cottage, and without having encountered any hostile face. During the journey, necessarily slow, on account of the rugged roads. Giralda had thought much. Her determination to tele graph to her mother the joyful news of Fay's recovery had been reconsidered. A telegram to the Lady Beatrice could not fail to attract the attention of Lord Hampton, and re-arouse his suspicions of something strange and con cealed in his daughter's llfe. It were best, decided the young girl, to write to the fictitious address her mother had given her. The letter'would be but afew hoursin reaching the hands for which it was intended, and the brief delay would be of little consequence. As the travellers rode through the rudely paved streets of the little town, the clatter of their horses' hoofs brought the inha...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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QUEANBEYAN. POLICE COURT.—Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

QUEANBEYAN. :(Abridged from the Age.) SPOLICE COURT.'.-Tuesday. Before the Police Magistrate, With reference to the case, the Police v. William Davis, charged with using insulting language towards the Rev. R. A. Steel, Mr. W. G. O'Neill rose to adress the Bench stating that he understood that this case was withdrawn, and if that were so, he thought it a great hardship that the witnesses subpoaed had not been apprised of the fact. He himself had been subpoenaed, and though very un well had come to court. Moreover, he claimed his expenses for uie attendance there that day, and who was to pay him ? The Police Magistrate asked the Senior.Sergeant if the Rev Mr. Steel had refused to proscute ! Senior.Sergeant Corectt said he had. Mr. O'Neill contended that it was nob Mr. Steel's case. It was a case of the police against Davis, and Mr. Stcl was only a witness. The Police Magistrate said the case would be called on by and by, and they would defer further disuecssion on the matter till then...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. IT has booeen reported to us that a slight shock of an earthquake was felt in the Laggan and Wood. houselee districts at about four o'clock yesterday morning. Our informants state that a sudden flash of something similar to lightning was first noticed, and a low rumbling noise, with an unusual shaking of the earth, lasting for about a minute, followed. This was noticed by several in the district; but we have not heard of any one in Goulburn who ex. perienced theofact. The committee of the St. Nicholas' Branch of the Church of England Temperance Society met on Wednesday evening last, and decided that the next meeting of the society should be held on Thursday evening next. In future the subscription will be the same as St. Saviour's Branch, and the meetings will bhe held, after next week, on the Thursday nearest the full moon. It is satisfactory to know that the two branches are increasing in numbers, and as each meeting becomes more and more at. tractive to the member...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

NOTICE. AS we are about making an alteration in our business, we respectfully request a SETTLE MENT THIS MONTH of ALL ACCOUNTS due to us. P. G. MYERS AND CO. 4. G. MYERS AND CO., HOUSE, ESTATE, AND General Oommission Agents, ::Fire&Life Insurance Agents INDENTS TAKEN FOR ,Machinery of Every scription : AND GENERAL MERCHA DIZE. The Great American W am Watch Comp , TUST RECEIVED, a S cn cONS NMENT Of GOLD & SILVER ALTHAIM 'ATCHES for LADIES or GENTLEME P. G. YER AND CO. Wheati Wheat 1 Wheatl •"ARMERS and others should consult us before . disposing of their WHEAT or OTHER PRODUCE. We have made arrangements with Sydney firms, which will enable us to give THE HIGHEST MARKET RATES. P. G; MYERS & CO. OFFICES :--CLINTON-STREET, GOULBURN. S,, EXCHANGE, SYDNEY. Scommunications promptly attended to. DRESSMAKING! AT 0. Furner and So s. HAVING ENLARGED HESS N n nEPAwTIMENT cseent upon incr a .usine, wre now prelared to execute ord a of all dinri LATEST FAS NS. SATERI S. J...

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AT THE LAND OFFICE, QUEANBEYAN, On Wednesday, 6th April. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

AT T'iE LAND OFFICE, QUEANBEVAN, On Wednesday, 6th April. Country Lots. Lot A, 43 acres, county of Murray, parish of Thurralilly, adjoining the west boundary ofP. E. Daniel's conditional purchase portion No. 56 of 160 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 pur-hase portion No. ioi of 40 acres, and adjoining part of the west boundary of T. M'Ternan's condi tional purchase portion No. o103 of 50 acres. Void conditional purchase of Thos. M'Ternan Lot C, 50 acres, county of Murray, parish of Tuggeranong, adjoining the east boundary of WV. F. Thomson's conditional purchase portion No. 27 of 40 acres, and part of 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 Queanbeyan, adjoining parts of the south and east boundaries of C. Cam...

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BREVITIES. COLE'S circus has gone. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

BREVITIES, COLE'S circus has gone. 'Kelly and Leon's troupe are coming during the Grand Agricultural Show. SExcursion trains will run to Goulburn on the 6th, 7th, and 8th, April, the three red letter days in .Goulburn. A lirger number than usual of country people are in town to day. Taralga show next V Wednesday; we hear that there are a goodly number of entries. Over 5000 persons attended the circus last evening. Mr. Alexander dealt with one case of drdnkness this morning at the Goulburn police Court. The entries for the Grand Show that takes place Sin Goulburn next month number nearly 800. William Smith's store and contents were des troyed by fire at Hay last Friday and were insured for £4800. Messrs. F. Born and WVmn. Martin have been nominated for the seat vacated bythe disqualification of Mr. J. Jessop in the Goulburn Municipal council. Will the same number of people " roll up" at our grand show next month as attended the circus last evening. The police are doing a great deal o...

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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

BUNGENDORE. ((From our C'orreponlent. J CnicKEcr.-On last Saturday the return match between fifteen of Bungendore and a like number of Giniuderraites was played here, and resulted in a win for the visitors. Tlhe bowling of Williams and Hollard for Gininderra,.and that of Graham and Fowler for Bungendore was the best we have everwitnesed here, which no doubt accounted for the small scoring done on both sides. The weather was all that could be desired, and the utmost good humour was displayed between both teams. The umpires (Messrs Cameron and Leahy) and the scorers (Mlessrs. A. Harcourt and P. Donelly) per. formed their arduous duties to the satisfaction of all. The match was finished about 5.30, and the visitors, after partaking of tea, started for home about 8 p.m., giving and reciving hearty cheers from all assembled. Malicious Act.-Some evil disposed person on Saturday night last knocked a hole in a boat belonging to Mr. Mc Jannett. This seems to be a favorite pastime of some mis...

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THE WATER AT THE PUBLIC SCHOOL. To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

THE WATER AT THE PUBLIC SCHOOL, To tlre Editor of the Evening Pena Post. SIn,-It is with regret that I feel compelled to write and ask you to insert an explanation in regard to the above matter, a mistake having inadvertently crept into your columns in last issue. In a paragraph under the heading of "Goulburn Items" it is set forth that certain snakes were found in the tank at the above school. This now appears to have been altogether a mistake, the mis. apprehension having arisen through a number of the children talking in the school about snakes; and as you are aware that reports lose nothing by travelling, when I came hume to dinner on Thurs day several of my children attending the school told me as a fact that snakes awere found in the tank as stated in the paragraph alluded to. This being as I thought very important news, and having no time to make further inquiries if it was to be published that day, I hastened to get the "item" put in type, with you know what result. Again re...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. TRADE during the week has not been quite so active as formerly. There seems to be a dullness in trade of most kinds. We have no important transactions to report. Wool.-No transactions of any moment have Staken place in this line during the week. Hides.-A fair amount of business has been done, and any that arrive, if in any kind of condition, meet with ready purchasers at from Gs 6d to 10s 6d each. Sheepskins.--A few small parcels have changed hands during the week, and prices rre firm. Tallow.-The demand for this commodity re Smains dull; very little seems to be offering. Wattle Bark.-A demand exists for this line, Sand if well preserved £2 17s 6d per ton can be ob Stained. S: Breadstuffs.-Wheat still keeps its price-3s 7d per bushel, and this may be the ruling price for some time, although there is a chance on account of the large quantities coming forward of a reduc tion. We quote flour £10 and £11 per ton. Hay.-The market is if anything better for this. W...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FrIDaY, March 18. BEFORE Messrs. Voss, Horsbrugh, and Rossi Police v Charles Rogers, for obstructing the foot. path in Auburn-street. Pleaded not guilty. Mr. Cannon appeared for defendant. Constable Drumond deposed: On the 11th in. stant I saw two preambulators in front of Mr. Roger's shop, one of which was on the foot-path and the other partly so; I spoke to a man to have them removed; I have never spoken to Mr. Rogers before of any obstruction. To Mr. Gannon: The obstructions were two preambulators; I saw them there before; I am authorized by the Senior Sergeant and not by the corporation to teke notice of these things. Constable Marshall deposed: I knowv the de fendant; I warned him on the 12th of this month about obstructions; I am not aware whether he has been summoned before or not; I told him if he put any obstructions on the foot path he would be summoned. To Mr. Cannon: I don't kvow how many pro. ambulators are in Auburnastreet every day. Mr. Cannon a...

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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

Goulburn Prices Current. Flour, fine, 111. per ton; Seconds, £10. IWheat, 3s 7d per bushel Bread, 3d. to 31d. per 2-lb. loaf Oats, Is. 10d. to 2s. Id. per bushel Maize, 2s. Gd. to 2s 9d per bushel Barley, 2s. Gd. to 2s 8d per bushel Hay, £2 to £2 5s. per ton Straw, 20s. per ton Potatoes, new, £3 5s to £3 12s 6d, per ton Bacon, 4d. per lb. Hams, Sd. per lb. Butter, fresh, 7d. to Sd. per lb.; salt, 4d. Lard, 3d. per lb. E~ggs, 9d. to 10d. per dozen Cheese, 4d. per lb. Bran, Is. to Is. Id. per bushel Pollard, is. per bushel Onions, 5s. to 5s. 6d. per cwt. Fat lWethers, prime os. to 7s. Store WVethers, 5s. Store Ewes, 4s. 9d to 5s. 3d. S?tore Cattle, 22s. 6d. to 30s. Ptgs, 3d. to 3ad. per lb. Beef (retail), 2~d. to 3d. per lb. Mutton (retail), 21d. to 3d. per lb. Hides, Gs. 6d. to o10s. 6d. each Sheepskins, 4d. to 5dd. per lb. Tallow, 18s. Gd. to 21s. per cwt. WI'attle Bark, £2 10S. to £2 17s. Gd. per ton Poultry-Fowls, 2s. to 2s. Gd. per pair; turkeys, 6s. Od. to 12s. per pair; ducks, ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

SYDNEY MARKIETS. The past week business has been more active in several lines of trade, and there seems to be a brighter prospect for some time to come. Wool.-This staple is receiving more attention, and at the sales held in the metropolis during the week fleece realised up to 173d, greasy to 8.14, and scoured to 20d. Hides remain unchanged in every respect, and it is thought that the demand will be better shortly, export buyers not caring to operate just now. Sheapskins.--There is an active demand for these, and any offered have met with ready sale at prices ranging from 3:d to 6Od. Tallow is dull, speculators for exportation are rather dubious in advancing on late rates. Fat Stock.--The demand for cattle and sheep is more active, and prices it anything are slightly better. . For prime sorts we quote best beef at 14s Gd to 15s; 60 lbs wethers at 10s; 40 lbs at 7s Od with a fair demand, . SWheat.-'lhe market is hardly so firm as at date Sof last report. It must be a good sample to r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

VWanted, (.P) T Gillespie's Boot Factor IGIX IHT BOYS. CHARLES GILLESPIE, Goul~i. £1 eward. L R.- BBOWN. ORSE, bra dL off / ulder, 2 ove IRO?dj1REY YEAR NG FILLY, randed T near shoulder. . e f Ig them to it. Mo FADDEN, Mars. will rece e the abov reward. LNS RAW. KIy A o BUILDING. E rmn derate. IP tiouilap~py J EE, , Grefton rrace, G Imperpial ever age IN I AGINARY DANGE WHAT PITY that EVEN A Cantering P et should be so fo ish as not to regard he EETS OF THE MPERIAL BEVERAGES AS hings which an ot be Dispensed With I WHEN THE WELFAE OF ALL IS AT STAKE. THE IMP RIAL IDEA, Corner of Auburn nd Verner Streets, CITY OF.' E SOUTH. GOD SAVE THE QUEEN I AND OF COURSE THE WILLIAM DAVIES & CO. TAILORING DEPARTMENT, New eio n's Woollen JUST OPENED, comprising te Latest NOVELTIES in Scotch, West, and ~sa ckburn Tweeds Broadcloths, Fancy Coatins, Suitinga, Vestings, &c. SCItA.tL.I WI LIAM D VI & CO. having purchased a Line of Plain and Fancy SU TTNGS specially adapted \for ...

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GOULBURN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

GOULBURN MEHAUNICS' INSTITUTE. THIS useful institution was established in 1853, arid .costa little over £5000. At the present time-several additions and improve niefits ar8 bIeing 'nde, the total cost of which willIb?b,£i2oo. - The improvements are Ehiarging reading-rooni, large shop on ground flor, r:billiard-room, - altering -library, new winidows (iii keiping witi the improvements), re-roofing with galvanized irsn, and stuccoing the outside to give the place a better appear ance and presence. All these additions harve been designed by Mr. E. C. Manfred, archi tect, and ccrried out - by Messrs. Le Breton, Marshall, and Richardson and Son, contractor.. The progress of the institution warranted the commiitee in going on with these improvements, which, when completed, will give the building the appearance of an athenasum; and besides ornamenting that portion of Auburn and Montague streets, it will be in keeping with the new Government buildings (post and telegraph offices) adjacent t...

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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

THE BANQUET, Which took place in the evening in honor of Ire land's patron saint-St. Patrick-was an unquali. fled success, the ball being crowded to excess in every part, and much difficulty having been ex perienced in finding seats for all who desired to attend the grand national festival. The building was tastefully decorated, evergreens in rich profu sion heing displayed along the balcony and other parts of the building; while flags and bannerettes of various designs occupied prominent places, and the well-known representation of " The dHarp of Erie " could be seen immediately in front of the stage, with the words "GCead Mille Failthe " at the top, an.i "Erin Go Bragh '" underneath. The tables upon this occasion were splendidly got up, the caterer being Messrs. Line Brothers, of this city ; and if not surpassing any of the previous undertakings of a similar nature, it must be ad mitted by all present that there never had been one to excel it. Everything that could be desired in t...

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THE SPORTS ON St. PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 19 March 1881

-THE SPORTS ON St. PATRICK'S DAY. TIUnsDAY last being St. Patrick's day, the time honoured custom prevailed in Gonlburn. From an early hour in the morning pedestrians could be noticed with the shamrock (or substitute for such) in their button holes; green ribbon was indulged in by numbers, and every one seemed to look upon the day as one in which a little mirth could be indulged in. During the past three weeks the Roman Catholic community, through an influential committee, had been collecting subscriptions to form prizes to be offered for athletic sports and horse-racisg; and the manner in which these gentlemen performed their work, was very creditable indeed. The proceedings of the day commenced with the Guild Juvenile Band, under the superintendence of Mr. Richards, the well known Band Master, play. rig appropriate airs in the convent yard. They then proceeded through the town in a "buss " drawn by four horses, playing several well known tunes appropriate for the day. On arriving ...

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