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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881
au1lburn Prices Ourrent. Fltour, fine, 111. to 121. per ton Wheat, 4s to 4o Id per bushel Bread, 3d. to 3,d, per 2-lb. loaf Oats, 2s. Od. to 2s. 2d. per bushel Maize, 2s. 8d. per bushel Barley, 2s. Gd. to 23 8d per bushel flay, £2 to £3 per ton Straw, 35s. per ton Potatoes, new, £4 to £4 10s. per ton Bacon, 4d. pter lb. Hacms, 8d. per lb. Butter, fresh, 5id. to 7d. per lb.; salt, 3d: to 4d. Elggs, 8d. to ld. per dozen Uhleese, 4d. per lb. Bran, Is. to is. Id per bushel Pollard, Is. per bushel Osions, 5s. to 5s. 6d per cwt. Fat Il'elhers, prime li5 to 6s. ed. Store Wlethlers, 5s Store Ewes, 4s. 9d to 5s. 3d. Store Cattle, 22o. 6d. to 30s. Pigs, 3d. tr, 36d. per lb. Beef (retail), 2Ad to 3d. per lb. Mutton (retail), 2.d. to 3d. per lb. Hides, 7s. to 10s. 6d each Sheepskins, 3~d. to 5.d. per lb. 7'allow, 20s. per owt. Wattle Ba k, £2 to £2 5s. per ton Poultry--Fowls, 2s. 3d. to 3s. per pair; turkeys, 7s. Gd. to 10s. Gid. per pair; ducks, 3s. per pair; geese, 4s. id to 5s. per pair
GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881
GUNNING. (From our Correspondene.) SPORTS.-A meeting was held at Newman's hotel on Monday for the purpose of making arrangements for sports on Anniversary Day; Mr. A. S. Jones occupied the chair. It was resolved that the sports should take the form of athletics, and be held on the recreation reserve. A large number of names were placed on the committee, and the meeting decided to call the committee together on Wednesday next, to appoint a sub-committee to carry out the programme and other matters. From the spirit with which .the affair has been started, and the fact of moniey being readily obtainable for the purpose, without doubt the programme will be a good one, and properly carried out. Fish.-On Monday morning Mr. John Mitchell, of Emu Vale, brought into town a splendid sample of cod, which he had that morning successfully hooked in the Tirranna Creek. The fish was brought to Mr. W. Grovenor, of Gunning, and weighed about I3/ lbs. This is, I believe, the largest fish that has bee...
Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881
Railway Time Table. DOWN TRAINS LEAVE SYrDNeY daily, Sunday excepted, at 9.40 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Parramatta Junction, 13 miles, 10.14 a.m. Fairfield, 18 miles, 10.27 Liverpool, 22 miles, 10.43 Campbelltown, 34 miles, 11.20 Menangle, 40 miles, 11.36 Douglas Park, 45 miles, 11.50 a.m. Picton, 53 miles, 0.20 p.m. and 9.25 p.m. Mittagong, 77 miles, 1.50 and 10.54 Bowral, 80 miles, 1.58 and 11.2 Mossvale, 86 miles, 2.15 and 11.18 Marulan, 114 miles, 3.24 and 0.27 a.m. Arrive at Goulburn, 134 miles, at 4.10 and 1.7 Leave Goulburn at 1.18 a.m. Breadalbane, 149 miles, 1.52 Gunning, 165 miles, 2.25 JTerrawa. 175 miles, 2.55 Yass, 187 miles, 3.26 Bowning, 194 miles, 3.46 Binalong, 208 miles, 4.20 Rocky Ponds, 220 miles, 4.49 North Murrumburrah, 228 miles, 5.12 ". " Murrumburrah, 230 miles, 5.21 Cootamundra, 253 miles, 6.23 .. Bethungra, 268 miles, 7.3 Junee, 287 miles, 8.3 ' North Wagga, 304 miles, 8.43 South Wagga, 309 miles, 9 a.m. Sandy Creek, 318 miles, 0.19 Hanging Rock, 327 miles, 9.37 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881
--New Year Presents IN GOLD AND SILVER JEWELLERY! 0., THOMPSON TN VITES special attention to his LARGE AND VARIED ASSOITMISNT Of LADIES' and GENTLEM EN'S GOLD & SILVER a WATCHES. Ladies' Gold and Silver Alberts, In various patterns. THE LARGEST -AND BEST ASSORTMIENT .Clocks, Gold & Silver Sets,, "ed ding Rings, Keepers, /n~ Ladies' Dress Ri s/ IN THE TOWN TO SELEC* M. HE alove articles to be had at REATLY REDUCED PRICES, NOTE THE ADDRESS: C. THOMPSON, WATCH MfAKER & JEWELLER SOpposite Rogers' Furnishing Arcade, Auburn - Street, Qoulburli. IF YOU WANT A CUP OF REALLY GooD TE! TRY THE PI'CKED IN 1 lb. and. lb. Packets * 1N TIIE CHINA TEA GARDENS. SOLD IN GOULBURN * BY Messrs. Owen Furner & Sons, ' General Storekeepers & Produce Mer. chants, tiloane and Bradley Streets; Messrs. A. M. Hunt and Co., SItport Grocers & Manufacturers, CITY CAsII STORES, Auburn.st. ; and MR. GEORGE FOX, Grocer, &o. GEO. G. DONALDSON,: Licensed Surveyor ...
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881
.GOULBURN POLICE COURT.:.: MoNDAY, JANUARY I1.0, BEFORE the Police-Magistrate?:; a;id Mr.; Tl'homas Marsden. . Thomas Greenwood gave hilnself up for protection. He applied for a pass to go to the Parramatta Benevolent Aslum;:, .ii Prisoner was remanded for three days to admit of medical examination. Michael Sullivan was charged with assaulit ing his father, Timothiy Sullivan, on 8th, in-: *stant, at Goulburn Constable Marshall deposed': About 22 o'clock on Saturday I arrested prisoner by virtue of the warrant produced, wherein he is charged with assaulting Timothy Sullivan; he denied the assault, but admitted having shoved the complainant. Timothy Sullivan deposed: Defendant is my son; he is 22 )years of age; on Saturday last I came into my breakfast; I spoke to defendant about makinghis living and going to work; he caught hold of me and knocked mne down; he did not strike me. The Bench took into consideration the fact that defendant had .been: in gaol since Saturday night, and fine...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881
MviORNING CLASS FOR YOUNG LADIES. MISS S-HARP -1_EGS to intimate that AFIER THE CHRIST JMAS VACATION she will, be happy to receive EIGHT YOUNG LADIES as FINISHING PUPILS. The course of instruction will include thorough English, Frenoh, .Music (piano), and Drawing. Terms and further particulars may be obtained on application at ST. CLAIR VILLA. M]I88 1ARP, LBA.M, RECEIVES PUPILS POR Music, French, and Drawing'. VACATION WILL TERMINATE JANUARY 15T-I," *1881. SST. CLAIR VILLA, SLOANE-STREET Notice to Trespassers. TIHE uudersigued has received STRICT IN. STRUCTIONS to proceed against any per. sons whomsoever FOUND TRESPASSING or entering without lawful excuse upon any of the enclosed lands of the following owners of property in and around Goulburn. BISHOP OF GOULBURN F. R. L. ROSSI G(EORGE COLE B. AND H. HORSBRUGH THOMAS LEWIS JOHN SLOCOMBE SAMUEL FERGUSON :'. . A. M. BETTS. A. M. BEUTS, Solicitor, Gonulburn. b ening eJANUARn?Y 1 18ast8. iTUCESDAY, 'JANUARY 11, 1881, Wanted, I E-IGHT OR...
GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY, JAN. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 11 January 1881
GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. MONDAY, JAN. 10. BEFOREs his Honor Judge McFarland. Messrs. Marsden and Conolly also occu- pied seats on the Bench. The bar was represented by Messrs. Gan non, Davidson, Betts, Langdon, and Gannon, junior. The list comprised 63 cases set down for hearing. Nearly fifty undefended cases were either settled out of Court or verdicts given for plaintiffs for amount claimed. The Borough Council had 26 cases; in these Mr. Betts appeared for the Corporation in each instance. The following defended cases were then taken. John Davidson v. Bramble and another. &nbsp; This was a claim for £2 2s. professional fees for work done, Mr. Betts appeared for defendant Bramble. John Davidson deposed: I made a draft Sof lease; the defendant could not agree as to the amount to be paid for such; Mr. Mow bray was the lessor. Mr. Betts admitted the assigned bill. - Bramble deposed: Mr. Davidson asked me to look at the agreement after it was prepared, which I took to Mr. Betts...
TREVELYAN! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881
ThIEVELYAN I 'What girl could have hiddenher emotions at our meeting to-night, when even I was overcome by the shock of seeing her in such company, and fainted dead away? Lord Trevelyan is a suspicious old man. By this time he must have learned from her that I am her mother-the actress I How long will it take him, looking into her eyes, to tell who is her father? She has Geoffrey's eyes ! Mypoor, poor Geoffrey !' ' How can you get to see Miss Giralda, my lady ?' inquired Mrs. Fleck, anxiously. 'Lord Adlowe told me on our way to the theatre that his uncle had arrived in town, and casually told me at what hotel he was stopping. I must go there, Mary. I must be in Giralda's room when she enters it. It will be easy to procure a secret interview with her. If she has said anything that tends to betray us, Geoffrey must leave England to. morrow. Oh, my husband! My poor, dear girl! My darling boys !' Her ladyship sprung up from her chair, and began hurriedly to pace the room, her head bowed...
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881
CABLE MESSAGES. (Fronm Sydney Daily Papera. ) LONDON, Jan. Ir. INFORMATION, which is understood to be re liable, has been received by the Government to the effect that the Fenians intend soon to make attacks upon Gosport, the Isle of Wight, and Chester Castle. In consequence of these rumours the guards are being in creased at the places mentioned, and every precaution has been taken to frustrate any hostile movement on the part of the Fe imans. BOMLnAY, Jan. to. It is officially announced that General Sir Donald Stewart has been appointed to suc ceed Sir F. Hains as Commander-in-Chief of the Forces in India. Information has been received here to-day to the effect that a most timely discovery has been made of a plot among the natives, of Kolapbre to massacre the Europeans resident at that place. Several prominent chiefs are implicated, and a strict inquiry has been commenced into the affair. PARIS, Jan. Io. The French municipal elections have been completed without being accompanied ...
"BETTER LATE THAN NEVER." To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881
" BETTER LATE THAN NEVER." To the Editor of the Eveniblg Pennyl Post. DEAR SIR,-After compelling the personal attendance of selectors at the land-office every time they wanted to take up a bit of land, during the last five years, is it true that a sensible official has just discovered that se lectors of additional C.P.'s are no longer re quired to attend in person for the purpose of establishing their identity ? It's "passing strange" that this discovery was not made before. Has it taken the collective wisdom of our Government five years to find out what they meant by their own Act? How is it, Mr. Editor, that you did not see and point this out before? Your readers consider that you know everything-certainly a deal more than some of our lawmakers. Why every selector in the colony could see, and have even commented in no flattering terms on the absurdity of having to go in per son time after time to the land-office, where they were long and well known, simply to prove over and over t...
DON'T STAND IDLE! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881
: : DON'T STAND IDLE I BY MRS. 01. h. KIDDER. SDos'T stand idle, thoughtless Pilgrim, In this busy world of ours; ::: Still keep going, up and doing, Weeds will grow among the flowers ! Bend your back to bear the burden, Lift your arm to strike the blow; Forward pressing seek God's blessing, You shall reap whate'er you sow. i Don't stand idle in the highways, Or the hedges, brother man; Time is flying, men are dying - Do some good whene'er you can. S. Grain is whitening to the harvest, Fruit is ripening for the fall; Soon, remember, comes December- Hear the harvest Master's call. Don't be idle; help some mortal, Struggling in the world of woe- Help him to a firm foundation, Be his bosom-friend or foe. i: Give, if but a cup of water, In the name of Him who died; ; If he languish, soothe his anguish, Pass not by the other side.
CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE LAND OFFICE, GUNNING, On Wednesday, 2nd February. Country Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881
CROWN LAND SALES. AT THE LAND OFFICE, GUNNING, On Wednesday, 2nd February. Country Lots. Lot A, 59 acres, county of King, parish of Kildare, on the left bank of Handy's Creek and adjoining the south boundary of Thos. Dowling's portion No. 73 of 743 acres. Exclusively of a road I chain wide. Lot B, 40. acres, county of King, parishoof Kildare, adjoining the south boundary of Chas. Daly's portion No. 4 of 34 acres and the west boundary of Henry Douglas' condi tional purchase portion No. I24 of 60 acres. Lot C, 40 acres, county of King, parish of Lampton, on the right bank of Hume's Creek and adjoining the west boundary of portion No. II-r of 40 acres. Lapsed conditionaI purchase of Owen Tully. Lot D, 40 acres, county of King, parish of Winduella, at Ihe north-east corner of James Christy junior's portion of 30 acres. Upset price, /Jf 5s per acre.
THE GENERAL CULTURE OF POT PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881
THE GENERAL CULTURE OF POT PLANTS. THE following "paper" was read at a meeting of the Wagga Wagga Horticultural Society by the hon. secretary, Mr. Williar- Oram : " Mi. Ch ir i nm~eand Gentlemen,--The sutbject I have chosehii' pdrhaps o ei· that is more often practised by amateurs!" itAfothers than any other branch of horticulture, and as this society is established for the improve ment ot its members in the various branches of hoiticulture, I think a more opportune time than the present could hardly have been selected for a 'paper' embracing a subject of this kind; for at this season of the year, and especially the next month, the culture of plants in pots should, and doubtless will, oc cupy the lovers offloraculture. The work to be done can be divided into two classes, viz., the propagation of plants by cuttings, by off setts, and by seeds, and the 'shifting' of spring and winter blooming plants in pots that they are to mature in and give forth thieir beauty. And as many will doub...
GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881
GOULBURN ITEIIS. TKE monthly meeting of the "On to the Rescue Band of Hope" took place in the Primitive Methibdist scholiroom, Lagoon street, last evening; there being a very large attendance of members and their friends, all the available space having been taken up. The chair was occupied by the vice-president, Mr. G. Crundwell; and the proceedings were commenced, as usual, with devotional exer cises. Upon the platform were also seated the two honorary secretaries, Messrs. F. J Tudball and R. Walker; whilst in the right hand corner was located a choir of some six or eight young ladies and gentlemen, with Miss Mary Walker as accompanist. The choir sang an appropriate piece, after which the chairman delivered a short though im pressive, address, urging the members to be true to their pledge and pointing out to them the great advantage of being total abstainers. He concluded by reading a very interesting piece entitled "William and Mary Recon ciled," in which he succeeded in riveting ...
Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881
Telegraphic Intelligence [FROMI OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY. THE Conference delegates from Victoria, South Australia, and Tasmania arrived at three o'clock this morning. The meetings willl be held in the executive room. The receipts of the Redfern tramway line for the past fifteen months are £-s7,7So. Telegrams from all parts of the country report the breaking up of the drought. Bechets estimates his loss by the fire in Barrack-street between twenty and twenty five thousand pounds. M1r. John Hurley, late member for Hartley, was entertained at a banquet by a number of friends yesterday, prior to his departure from the colony. At yesterday's wool sales competition was brisk. Best lines and inferior comparatively neglected; greasy brought 6 d to iszd; scouered i63d to 2o0d; fleece 14d to 90d. .
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881
BREVITIES. THE weather has changed. Bush fires are raging all around Adelong. Coal is cheaper in Melbourne than ever it was before. ,The Public Schools resume duties on Monday next. Hayes' Hotel at Cobar was burnt to the ground last week. Pompadour dresses are all the rage in Goulburn just now. Mri. J. B. Thompson, member for Quean beyan, has resigned. A few more seats in Belmore-square would be greatly appreciated. The barbers and farmers are both engaged with their crops at present. A Achild has been accidentally poisoned by strychnine near Tamworth. There is a prospect of mining being revived in the Tumbarumba district. SThe officials are making great progress in collecting the electoral roll of Goulburn. A telegraph boy walks lame: we hear it is on account of the metal in Auburn-street. Four accidents of a serious nature were admitted to the Sydney Infirmary on Sunday last. The Sunday opening question crops up again at the half-yearly meeting at the Me chanics. : The Victoria Th...
Temora. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881
Temorta, JoHN RANDALL, who escaped from Yass gaol s8 month's ago, was arrested by the police at Merool Creek and brought up on Tuesday. -Two hundred loads from Golden Gate are now being washed up. The boxes show good returns. No. 5, Deutscher's, got a 15-oz. piece and several smaller ones on Monday. The Wild Goose men washed four penny weights to a dish. Cottingham's got Io oz. in nuggets from one dish. Murray and party washed one and a-half oz. from four bags. Good gold is being got in claims below Ty nan's.--The Warden, on behalf of the Govern ment, has convened a meeting of miners for Thursday next, to elicit opinions on the water snpply.-The claim opposite Gabriel's chem ist's shop washed one half-pennyweight to the dish; and it appears as if the run of gold was coming under the Retreat hotel. The claim near Gardiner's hotel has struck payable gold, and active work has resulted in conse quence. One load.from the Euchre claim went 14 dwts. In the new claim near Picker ing's sever...
GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881
GUNNING. S (Frone our Correapoien,.) ON Tuesday news was brought into Gunning thata` shepherd in the employ of Mr. H. Best had been found in a tank on the place on which he had his sheep. Some of the sheep which he had in charge were im pounded, and Mr. Best, having released the sheep, sent a young man named Anderson to take the sheep back to Scott. Mr. Anderson upon arriving at the place allowed the sheep to go to a tank for water, and when turning the sheep from the tank saw what appeared to be a human body. He at once returned to Mr. Betts and reported what he had seen. The police were informed of the occurrence, and at once went out; the body was removed from the tank and found to be that of the shepherd Scott. It was at one timne thought that his son, a boy about ro years of age, had been made away with; but he has since turned up. An inquest was held on Wed nesday at the residence of Mr. John Setzar, before J. F. Gray Esq., district coroner, and a jury of ten, when the followi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 13 January 1881
Wiannted. A G SERVANT; als a ? rse Girl. to Mns. J. STEVENSO Sloane. street. A GEERAL SERVAN Apply o E WVanted, .FI .CLASS COACH PAINTER also, A A D GENERAL HAND for Light Work--~'tant work. Apply to A. AD T STEWAR, heelwrights and Coachb ilders Clinton a -Soane streets, Goulburn. W?tVanted, . ERAL SERVANT. Aply Ms. A ANT, Graftonostreet. Wanted, A HOUSEMAI D. Apply ts Mas. RICHARDSON, Emu Inn. c inted, SYUNG G -IRLi eaeral Servant. A ly, SSaturday morningo Miss SWEETIG, Montag ie.street. 'Waited, OOD/ GENERAL SE VANT for A bfield, SneaJ Sydney. Apply at once to Mas, BOND'% Auburn.street. WV ted. A REPECTABLE GIX as GENERAL SR. VNT. Mns. A. L NSDOWNE. Wanted, I M A SMART YOUTH as Cashier. WIL DAVIES & 00. Wanteq, J-) NA OLANýacustomed to \oking after tud -e. S. EMANUEL, Lanudowne. Wanted. YOUNG PERSON as Housemaid to assist with children. Apply to M BURGE, Lincoln House. Wanted, / SLAUNDRESS by the day or as be arranged. Apply to MRS. FI AY, Ardgowan, Yass Road. Wanted, r EI...