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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, MARCH 21. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

IREUTER'S 'rTEPIORAISI LONDON, MARCH 21. PARNELL having been absent from his place in Parliament for some time past is beginning to create comment. The Daily News publishes an article con taining some details of the terms of peace submitted by the British Commanders to the Boersand accepted by the latter; the prin cipal points being, that the Boers at present in arms shall disperse home, and that British garrisons established throughout the Trans vaal shall remain as at present. A:royal commission is about being ap pointed for the purpose of inquiring into the whole of the circumstances connected with the late war in the Transvaal.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence. QUEANBEYAN, TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [IRoM oUR CORRESPONDENTS.] QUEANBEYAN, TUESDAky Y: DODWORTH'S ? steam flour mills were. burnt to the ground last night. Aboutz 2oo000 busheis of wheatthat werestored there, belonging:to different owners, was destroyed. - SYDNEY, TiUESDAY. -*The Clyde left London for Sydneyon the. gxtli I?itahit, with 31lixniuigrants. :. ' .The Banco Court was occupied the whole of yesterday vith the alppeal of the infant dfifiidantsin the caseof Shepherd vShepherd. The examination vas adjouried. , . The Victorian team won the match against the Australians by 7I runs. The lattermade 76--Grioube contributing 70 (not out). The latest scratchings for the Sydney Cup are-Bosworth, Warlock, Vril, Prattle, Lady Straun, and Elastic. New South Wales is awarded first speciia! award of merit at the Horticultural Show at the Melbourne Exhibition. In the suppple mentary list awards a number of NewSoutl. Wales exhibits aie piromoted in, various classes. Telegrams fromir all the colonies r...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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TREVELYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

The balance was turned. T''he question was decided be)ond furthiei" doubt. ;. pa .- 3 The table soon cr'aked uinder the temptmg supper displayed upon it by Mrs. Jones, who had been somewhat enlightened in regardto. Giralda's identity by the Park housekeeper, and who was secretly determined to be worthy the honor of sheltering and boarding .tRo meinbeis of the 'real quality,' as shie termed Giralda and Fay After supper, when night had fallen, Giralda put Fay to bed, and soon after, atteidn'ded by Mrs. Pumpton, walked to .the surgeon's for news of Negwyn. They found the doctor in his office, but recently returned from hi~ long ride. He arose at their entrance, 'placed a chair for Giralda, who asked in a tremulous voice : ' He is not dead, doctor?' ' No; not by a good deal!' responded the doctor cheerfully, evidently ataloss to com pre hend the interest of the younglady in his new patient ' He has had a hard experience, Miss Few men could have gone through it even so well as he. He is ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

IVant e. AG ERAL SERV T. App iMas. SLL, Auburn-street; Wanted, / A GENERAL SERVANT; middle age pre ferred. Apply J. BYRNE, Confeioner. Auburn.street, Goulburn. / " Wanted, / A HOUSEMAID; must be accustom to waiting on table. Apply at once, M. A. Mo INNES, Hibernian Hotel. / , . Wanted. ?u A TEAM to Cart a Stack of Hay fro&' An dary to Goulburn. Apply H. . P , Sloanocatreet. . Wanted. A YOUNG WVOMAN as NURSF for behrt time. MRS. KING, Hillside. S"" Wanted, ACTIVE MAN to Groom, Drive, Garde Milk, and be useful. Apply to ISAA SYS P. BERD, South Hill. Wan ted, E IGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS A .ken. tices, at Wood & Co's Boot, Fbto. ply WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-street. Wanted I m ediately, TlWO R?4 ,ts ; stea single men. Apply, S. PERCIVAL, Quae yan. AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, a? or GHT BOYS. CHARLES GIL.? E, Olburn. /enders \Wanted, OR t CARTING a KILN of BR K. Aly to RICHAR ON & SON, E Inn, Auburn treeo. TO 11XT4N T j.' Q~iL ASS F DE . v' (?Yi~ne~t?. VI A.M DA ...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

GUNNING. (From our Correspotdent.) SEVERAL lots of land have changed hands in Gunning during the last few days. Messrs. Jones Bros. ?ave disposed of a part of the frontage on which their store-rooms are at present; the .purchaser- being Mrs. Lawliss, of the Telegraph Hotel. It is stated that Mrs. Lawliss intends erecting additional buildings orin: ,her purchase, finding that thel old premises.are: nt sufficiently large for her business requirements. MIessrs. Jones Bros. intend removing the structure-at present oc cupying the land and erecting new store rooms of a very different character and ap pearance to the old ones. The front of the new-premises, as upon paper, look really good, and wnen erected, together with the new buildings on Mrs. Lawliss' end, will make a wonderful improvement. Mr. Busby has also disposed of his corner opposite the court house to Mr. Preston, of Dalton, who intends building an hotel on it. Mr. Preston has secured one of the best sites for business in the t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. THE tram line from the racecourse to Rand wick was opened for traffic on Saturday last. The total approximate number of passengers carried was 7000. But one opinion seemed to prevail as to tile manner in which the line had been constructed, the pufictuality, care fulness, and attention of the officials, and the pleasure derivable from a trip out to Rand wick. The terminus, at present, is nearly opposite the Randwick Asylum. Theexten sion, though short, comprises some of the sharpest curves and steepest gradients that have yet been met with in the construction of the tram lines. The quality of the road is such, too, that'the motors are enabled to go at full speed, and thus do the whole journey in the same time that was taken to go to the racecourse; . On Sunday the traffic was larger even .than on Saturday, but few short of ro;,obo people hayingtravelled over the line. It was Time to Clear Out.-" I stood it well for ti 'considerable time," said an old bushman wlhen he ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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POLICE COURT.—16th March. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

POLICE CoURT.-I6th March. '... Before J."F. KeIyon, J.P. Peter Frisers was charged with using ob scene language, aind fined 20os or 14 days., The,;same person was charged witi-h ob structing the police in the diicharge of their duty. Fined 2bs or i4 days: ::: .:'.: SMairch 18. , . Wallaby Drive.--Oii Wednesday last a very successful drive came off at Mr. P. ClIncy's. Thlere wasthe usual .muster of shooters apd drivers. ' A' number of drives, extendingfrom Mr. Martin Clancy's at Gurrundah to' MIr.P. Clancy's; were goit through in thelday, andd a very lIrg nuiniber'of the leaping vermin were found. to have come to grasss-not in their usual fasiiioi, howveveyr The scoies made luring tihe day were: .W. Heffei.nan, 4ri M. Clancy, 34; P. Heffernan, 33a ID HeifTer nan, 3e7'i F" McGleinan 28 ;' P.': Tully, 23 ; J: O Neil, 21, H. Morphy, 21.; F. Goodwin;, 20 ; W. Grove&or, :I9; P. Glenniian, 18; J. Newman,:I6 ; .H. Stuclkey, r5 ;<'W.Goodwin;. r5 H:?W.: Wheatly, 54, J;,. Ha...

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TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 22 March 1881

TARALGA. (From our Correspondent.) THANKSGIVING SERVICE. -- According to announce- ment the harvest thanksgiving service was held on Thursday last, at noon, in the English Church. The sacred edifice was beautifully decorated with fruits, bunches of wheat, and other grain, &c., and was filled to excess with an attentive congregation. Prayers were read by the Rev. W. M. Martyn; and an excellent discourse was delivered by the   Ven Archdeacon Puddicombe, founded on Jere- miah, v. 24. During the service several appropri- ate hymns were sung by the choir in a very credit- able manner, accompanied by Mrs. Martyn on the organ. The collection, amounting to £2 12s, was made on behalf of the parsonage building fund. After service the people repaired to a capacious booth, erected on the church ground, for refresh- ments, where about 200 in three courses sat down to an excellent repast, provided by Mesdames Martyn, Burcher, Taylor, Charteris, Pearce, Munn, and a bachelor's ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881

GOULBURN &-QUEANBEYAN Eening Penny Post [PRINTED BY S'TEAM] PUBLISHED every TUESDAY, THURSDAYt and SATURDAY AFTERNOON I:t s the only Penny Paper pnblished in tha "outhern Districts. It has the largest circulation of any paper sonth > Sydney, and is a first.class advertising medium TERMS OF SUBSORIPTION I2i. per Annum, or 3s. per quarter ina Asavauce. Any subscriber wishing to decline the .ppei ,oust do so at the end of the quarters terminating o March, June, September, and December, in writing, or will be held responsible for the amount of their subscription, ADVERTISING TERMS : For the first inch of space, 2e. 6d.; for every auoeeeding inch, is. Advertisements sent to the office without notifying the number of insertiona will be continued at advertisers' cost until an ordei is received to stop. Any person ordering on behalf of a committee the insertion of advertisements will be hold resppn sible for payment of the same. Jos PRINTING: The Evening Penny Post Steam Machine ...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881

THURJ~sDAY; MAR?crH"2? '., Before MIr. H.H. Voss, ,,., r,, Oneiman, chargei ith dirunkenness, wa's 'ordered to pay a fin of ".o or"r go to gaol for seven days. Margaret Farrell was.charged with being drunk and disorderly in Auburn-street.on the previous evening. She pleaded guilty but alleged that she had only come into town that day, and ex pressed her regret at what she had done. Ordered to pay a fine of zos. or go to gaiol for seven days..

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Suburban Boundaries of Collector. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881

Suburban Boundaries of Collector, County of Argyle, parish of Collector, area: ahout 570 acres: Commencing on the,.east boundary of the Reverend Thomas Reddall's r,280o.acres, at a point west of the south-west: corner of portion No. 24, P. Davoren's 33 ' acres I rood; and bounded thence on part of the west by part of the east boundary of : that I,280 acres and part of the east boundary of.T. A. Murray's 1,28o acres south to the north side of Omar-street; thence on part of' the south by the north side of that street,; :artly forming the south boundaries ofI :portions Nos. 139, 138, and 135 east to the east side ,of Surry-street: thence on the, remainder of the west by the east side of that street, partly forming the west boundaries of portions Nos. 112, ito, Io8, o7,. Io6, and Io4qS south to. the s?outh-west corner of the latter portion.; thence on the remainder of the south by a line partly forming a north. boundary of the temporary common, notified: 4th January, 1870o, and the sout...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881

S.GOULBURTN ITEMS. ::; WE learn that it is the intention of our well-known auctioneer, Mr. Andrevw Gibson Finlay, to pay a visit to the old country shortly-for :?tl"he benefit. of his health; -ii"d it is sincerely tolbe hope?d that'the change will have the desired effect: 'We understand he purposes leaving Sydiane y ' the s`-iams?-sipi Orient, whlic-sails. on.thee 8th~l April ; and that he,}vill, spend six",mon 'hs in Scotland The business of 4thle firm wiL m~ttie-.rmean?i time be ;conducted by that -gentleman!s part ner lMrtRobert .r ?ig. .... - - . Another change has been made in the local telegraph office r Mr C: Butler who for some time palst held the position of junir?rlopator, liai?iig some 'little while ago been remnoved to Micalago, the duties in the meantime bingii ierfoinmed' at'G'Gulbi rlinb Mr. F. B. Kenane. l:'N6w~o~z~iw ti:, lieo' effi'i ef~ed foh~ la permanently fill d'ipbi the ji~roi?ti'ben't"of fMr S Brahiiihlkto~14lie positionna n ' IJP "g 3$rm :ARcident of4?-rathe...

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Town Boundaries of Collector. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881

Town Boundaries of Colleotor, County of Argyle, parish of Collector, area about 550 acres: Commencing on the east side of Brennan-street, at the south-west corner of section No. 5, being a north-west corner of the temporary common, notified 4th January, 1870; and bounded thence'on the south by part of a north boundary.,of-the common, partly forming the south boiindaries of section Nos. 5, 6, and I7·, eastto the south wvest corner of portion No. 0o4 of 4 acres I rood; thence on the east by the east side of Sunrry-stieet, jiartiy forming the west boundary of that portion and portions Nos. Ib6, .I07,, and 0o8 of 4 acres each, and portions Nos: ; hio of3 acres 3 roods, and I12 of 3 acreS 28 perches, north to a point east of the southi eaSt corner of portion No. z35 of 4 acres I rood 7 perches; thence on the north by the north side of Omar-street, partly forming the south boundary of the latter portion and portions Nos. 138 and 139 of 4 acres i rood:' i6 perches each, and the south bound...

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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881

THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION..'. .To the Editor of the Eveliing Penny Post. SiR,--It is rumoured that a certain ex-alder-' man is to be; appointed presid'ng officer at the forthcoming election.tor.the centre ward. Under certain circumstances an ex-aldeiman, from his presumed knowledge 'of municipal law, wouid b'ea:, good choice; but;when the person to swhomi Iirm referring is known to be a warm partisan of the one candidate, and a bitter, persoal 'opponent oft the other, his appointment to the office would ntiurally be looked upon' with'suspicion-by every lover of, fair play, It is to '.b~lio'pedlthitt tlhe Mayor,.will see thei proprjidtyof-appointingbone of;.whose im partiality thereC can be no doubt to'this impor tant office.. i ' " " Yours truly,,. ',t S. ... ....SUMQUID.

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Electric Light Good for the Eyes. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881

Eleotric Light Good for the Eyes. WVHEN the electric light first began to be used in shops, factories, and places of amuse mint, it was confidently asserted by its oppo nents that so dazzling a light must be injurious to the eye. The objection seemed plausible at least, although when diffused seemed to have the.quality of bright moonlight, which is the reverse of irritating. People would persist in looking at the source of the light, and as the early lamps were ftr from stea:dy, the ob server's eyes suffered both from the intensity of the light and the sudden and large variations in.:the quantity.of it. .It appeals, however, from the experiments recently made by Pro fesor Cohn, of Breslau, whose name is so faniiliar in connection with the investication of c61or blindness and o:her optical defects, that our eyes will be benefited rather thin hurt by the new method of lighting, it is obvious that with incondescent electric light the advantage will be still more ma:ked. \Vhile testing ...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (brain ei orr.ibieaposldenit FOR the last fewv d'ys the weather has been exceedingly liot; and on Sunday a thunder storm passedovver the ~tifown;, accompanied by a smart shower of i'iain . B On Saturday last the return match between the Queanibeyqan and Bungenidddre Cricket Clubs was played on the -Recreation Ground, and resulted iri a easy wini for the Quean beyan tea.iB, , SThe committee of the race club have' iecidedl 'to: have ha meetiiig: .ori the: Jerra Ioomberra course on the 6th ipril: .:':'':: On Mondaylast 'a.,frF~biokeoutit~iithe old ' Dodsworth" mill, an: the whole of the wood work was consumed before anyone had time to get to the mill, as it about.a mile out of the'town. The following are the particulars of :tlih destructidn :-Onj iMonday~iaboutr?7 p.m. the millers lieft.oft work, andi were on their way_, home .when their attention w?as drawn inithaitdirection by a griet light which lit up the place'a rounlid. They, thinking it ?,?s the"Chiliamen. burninig s...

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CHURCH SOCIETY OF THE DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881

CHURCH . SOCIETY OF THE DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. THE annual meeting of the above society was held in the hall of the Mechanics' Insti tute on Tuesday evening; there being an unusually large attendance of persons belong ihg to the various Protestant churches in this city, the fair sex forming by far the greater proportion of the audience. The chair was taken by his Lordship the Bishop of Goulburn at eight o'clock; whilst on the platform the following reverend and lay gentlemen occupied seats:-The Rev. Canon Scbtt of Queanbeyan, the Venerable Archdeacons Pownall and Puddicombe, the Revs. H. Dunlop, Thomas WVatson, G. M. D'Arcy Irvine and L. Taylor; Dr. Sly, and Messrs. F. Deacon, C. S. Alexander, Isaac Shepherd, and WV. H. Maybury. The proceedings were commenced by singing the i59th Hymn, which commences -" Jesus shall reign where'er the sur ;" after which the Rev. Canon Scott offered one or two appropriate prayers. Mr. C. S. Alexander, one of the honorary secretaries of the society, was ...

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TREVELYAN. CHAPTER XLII. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881

TRE VELYAN. CHAPTER XLII, TEiC>Lady;Beatrice Hamptori sat in a languid attitude in the drawing-room of her father's town house on the afternoon of the same day on which occurred the memorable encounter betweenfLord Adlowe and the spirited house keeper of Trevelyan Park. Her ladyship was elegantly arrayed in an indescribable home costume, made up of shimmering silk and lace and jewels. The expression of her beautiful features was 'cold, haifl~itj'and impassive. She was halfreclin ing in an easy-chair, and her position comn manding a view of the street. Her father the Earl sat near the fire, facing her, a. sorrowful look on his proud and handsome face. They had been together an hour or more, chatting leisurely in a desultory manner, but latterly a silence had fallen be tween them, during which Lord..Hamnp.on had studied secretly his daughter's face. .Beatrice,' he said at last,' 'Why do you always wear a mask, even to me' :? : ,'.A mask, father ? said the Lady Beatrice, turning her...

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881

GOULBURN"" BOROUGH COUNCIL. LAST evening the regular fortnightly meeting in connection with the above was held in the Council Chambers; there being present The Mayor, and Aldermen Caldwell, Haw kinsi,.Osborne,-Taylor, and .Wombey.,,.., .. The minutes of the former meeting lavi--'ig been read and confirmed ,. The Town-Clerk. read .the correspondence inwards and outwards hat iad been received since tlie last nieeting, 'inciudirgthed follow ing : An application from James Furness, for permission to have a tea and cake stall at the corner of Market-street or at such other place. as 'he might desire, the same only being re-, quired at night-time and during holidays. From the railway department Sydney with, reference to the nuisance alleged to be exist ing inside the railway, fence. From the Occupation of Crown Lands Office, Sydney, stating that .the.government would not initiate any legal proceedings on account of the removal'of gravel, providing that "thie pits'are not left inisuch a\va...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 24 March 1881

-HHan4 Handy Man, -A-A ES FURNIS B EGS to isform the good people of Go urn l that h is ready to take jobs of U OL. RING nd MAT'TRAsS MAKING Chair t er is aner, Umbrelli Meneder axi Painter, on arpenter, White Washler. rders received at any moment. Auburn street, three doors opposite Wombey and Co. ii PUBLIC NOTICE. ,rb. i. •N. thanking my Friends and the Public for their ._L kind patronage during the many y, ars I have oarriid'dn the Saddling Trade in Goulhurn, T beg to inform them that I liave THIS DBAY DIS. POSED of MY BU1INFIS TO Mn. KENNEY, who, from his long prdctical experience in all Branchesiof the Trade, I, with confidence, recom mend as my successor. GEORGE MI I, 'Gbulbaru, March 15, 1881. I :Ii reference to the above, I beg most reR etfully to iniform the Public that nothing shall b wanting on my. part to increase and retain the p tronage so liberally accorded to my pre cessor J4 XILLER. .c.. E. / .~K EY. Therefore you are speciallJ requested to REMEM ER KENN1EY THE SADI)...

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