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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. TRADE during the past week has been a little more active, and several fair transactions in business have taken place, and business peo ple seem more hopeful of the future. Wool.-A few lots changed hands during the week, but we are of opinion the clip has nearly all arrived. The prices have an upward tendency at home, and this will doubtless act upon our own market to some extent. Sheepskins.-The demand for these is good, and we notice an increase in business in this line, and the demand must necessarily increase as the season advances. Hides.-The market is better for these, and any in good condition meet with ready sale at rates if anything slightly firmer than last week. Tallow.-In the local market we have no change to report. Wattle Bark.-There has been a larger supply forward during the week, and the de mand not being equal prices have slightly re ceded. We quote from 42s 6d to 5os per ton. Breadstuffs.-The arrivals of grain are somewhat larger, and the s...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

T 'o the Editor of the Evenin, Penny Post. SIR,-Will you permit me, for myself and others, to ask the editor of the Queanbeyan Age to inform the Queanbeyan public of the whereabouts of CoudtPatk that he sometimes speaks of? We at first thought it might be in.the.vicinity of Queanbeyan, but it cannot be found in any map, and as Queanbeyan, with the exception of the recreation reserve, is. surrounded by private lands, we are at a loss to know where this Court Park is situated. If the editor of the Queanbeyan Age, in the gratification of his own vanity, has taken upon himself the right to stand godfather to any particular locality, it seems to be a piece of egotism that may be called impudence. Yours respectfully, SUBSCRIBER. Thegates for the Hawkesbury showrealised 'xxoo Chinese have arrived at Port Darwin, and a great many more are expected. . In the Colac district miles of fencing and grass have been destroyed by bush fires. There are 500,000 lace makers in Europe working with cushi...

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BUNGENDORE. POLICE COURT, Friday, 24th March. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

BUNGENDORE. (From our Correspondent.) POLICE COURT, Friday, 24th March. '`Before his?worship' J. B. Burke; J.P.: .'Senior-constable Nelson v. Henry Crowley. -For having a dog running at large without a collar having his name and address on same. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Senior-constable Nelson deposed : On the 3rd last November Henry Crowley registered a black and tan cattle dog; I told him he was to put a collar on with his name and ad dress, otherwise he would be as liablt as if he had not registered him; I have seen the dog twice since and it had no collar,on; de fendant's wife and daughter were present when I told him he had to put a collar on the'dog. Defendant: You never told me I had to put a collar on. Senior-constable : The D.og Act was ex tended to Queanbeyan district since 1875. His worship said that the lowest penalty, in those cases was los, and they could fine as high as 2os.' The Act was particular, and one that ought to be enforced. The senior-constable said he ...

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Goulburn Prices Current. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

Goulburn Prices Current. Flour, fine, 111. per ton; Seconds, £10. Wheat, 3e 7d per bushel Bread, 3d. to 3id. per 2-lb. loaf Oats, 2s. Od. to 2s. 3d. per bushel Miaize, 2s. 9d. to 2s 11Id per bushel Barley, 2s. Gd. to 2s 8d per bushel flay, £2 5s. to £2 10s. per ton Straw, 30s. per ton Potatoes, £3 to £3 Ga, per ton Bacon, 4d. per lb. H'ams, Sd. per lb. Butter, fresh, Gd. to 7d. per lb. ; salt, 4d. Lard, 3d. per lb. E.gs, 10d. to is. per dozen Cheese, 3&d. to 4d. per lb. Bran, Is. per bushel Pollard, 1s. per bushel Onions, Gs. to 6s. 6d. per owt. Fat WIethers, prime 6s. to 7s. Store TVethers, 5s. Store Ewes, 4s. 9d to 5s. 3d. Store Cattle, 22s. Gd. to 30s. Pigs, 3d. to 3ýd. per lb. Beef (retail), 26d. to 3d. per lb. futton (retail), 21d. to 3d. per lb. Hides, Os. Gd. to 10s. Gd. each Sheepskins, 4d. to 51d. per lb. T'allow, 18s. Gd. to 21s. per cwt. WIattle Bark, £2 to £2 10O per ton Poultry-Fowls, 2s. 3d. to 3s. per pair; turkeys G6s. Od. to lOs. LGd. ]per pair; ducks, 3s. p...

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To-day's Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

B o-dao's Police Court. -Before Mr. Voss and Mr. Andrew Chisholm. Margaret Berwiok, charged with vagrancy, pleaded guilty. Senior-sergeant Fenton stated that she bad been before the court before, and he had cautioned her on several occasions. Ordered to be imprisoned with hard labor for three months. Lawrence Carveth was chargod. by Constable Drummond with being drunk and disorderly. Constable Drummond proved the case, and the bench fined him 20s, gnd 2s. .d..costs, or to go to gaol. for three days.' ...... ! .... .eThomas J. MoAleer (16 years) was brought up charged with riotous behaviour, and pleaded guilty. Constable Marshall deposed : Between eight and nine last night in company with other boys defen dant was on the footpath in Auburnustreet with a drunken man who was standing with his back against the wall; he stepped out from the other boys, and with his two fists shut he shouted out "Come on! Come on; he was not to say very noisy; I arrested him and looked him up. The Bench g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

1 ASONS nd BRICKLA RS at the w gaol, ong job to good men Apply Th as Spenoer, N w Oaol Buildings. U antecd, A DDLE-AGED OMAN as W ng sekeeper, at onco. Apply MRs.?J N. KINS, barn-street. V an teed, A GF?ERAL SERV ?t';r. middle age pr Anbupi;8 aloburn. A HOUSEMAID; must be accustomed waiting on table.. -Apply at once, M . Mc INNES, Hibornian Hotel. BV ted, A cAOD GENERA LERVANT. References i/rleqired. Mns. \HORN, Richmo Villa. ws , e .a, A u O)t for the country ply a rio tel between the hoarf one and tir ,o Thu ,ay._ LOST, LOCKET off chain, containing Photd. e finder will be rewarded by bringing the ame to A. A. HINES, Plumber, &c., Anburn.st et. L T, IN inton-treet, PL ED SOCKET of S:GGY LAMP. A. BETTS. WANTED TO BUY, SEED AND FEED OATS, in any quantEy. H. C. APRATT/' Sloane treet. VACANCIES. / 1O ?ESPECTABLE BOARDERS. /MS. SL' G, Maryville, Clifford-street. CAUTION: SWON'T be RESPONSIBLE for any DE S " CONTRACTED IN MY NAME; ' J. DEWSB Y. To Ga eners. 10ET, an ORCHA contain...

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GUNNING. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

GUNNING. (From our Correapondena.) ON Saturday a team of the Dalton Club met an eleven of the Gunning Cricket Club in a match on the Gunning ground. After some delay the captains tossed for the right to first occupy the wickets. The Gunning captain having won the toss, gave his opponents the first chance, and the Gunningites went into the field. J. Costello and F. Conn were sent,to start the score for Dalton; and after a brief stand were separated; the bowling and fielding of the Gunning team being too good for the batsmen, and the tenth wicket fell for 24 rims. After an interval of a few minutes, C. Grovenor and G. Crowther went in to try the bowling for the Gunning team, and played a steady and careful game, yet taking every chance of "loose ones" up to lunch time; after which they again went to the wickets and succeeded in putting together 76 runs, when Crowther' succumbed to a ball from Costello, who had been ptit on as a change after lunch. Crowther had made 48, by good cricket...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, March 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. ) LONDON, March 24. THE Boers having accepted the terms of peace submitted by the British Government, it has been decided that the services of Gene ral Roberts, who recently sailed *for Cape Colony in order to take command of the forces there, will not now be required in that capacity. A telegram has, accordingly been dispatched to the Cape, ordering General Roberts to return without proceeding to Natal. CONSTANTINOPLE, March 26. The Legislative Chambers of the princi pality of Roumania to-day proclaimed the principality a kingdom.

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

OUULBBUBRI POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 28. BEFORE Messrs. H. H. Voss, T. Marsden, and W. Conolly. Samuel Davidson was charged with drunk enness; but having been locked up for some time, he was discharged. Michael Davoren was charged by the police with allowing two cows to stray. Plea: Not guilty. On the application of defendant, this case was adjourned till Monday, 4th April. Frederick Hertel was charged by Edward Carter with a breach of the Landlord and Tenants Act. Mr. Betts appeared for the complainant. Edward Carter deposed: I live in Goul burn; on Thursday last I went to Cotta Walla and found defendant's place, but he was absent; I could not ascertain where he was; I gave the summons to a man who was in partnership with him, a copy of which I produce; the man I served the summons upon did not tell me his name, but he said it was just as well given to him as to Fred erick Hertel, and he was living on the pre mises; I do not see the person in court; I explained what the summons w...

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TREVELYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

TREVELYAN. 'Beatrice, I went with Rupert to Lord Grosevnor's place. It was quiet and secluded as he had declared. But I was tracked there. 'Tracked !' repeated the Lady Beatrice with a start. ' Yes. I found that a man-I think him Adlowe's detective-was watching the house. I therefore left quietly and secretly last night, and came to London with Rupert. I assumed my present disguise, and have came to see you at the earliest possible moment. I could not write all that I have to say to you, and it was imperative that I should see you at once. The Lady Beatrice became thoughtful. She comprehended that Detective Rush had traced the supposed Count to his new refuge either to please Lord Adlowe, or-which was more probable, since, he had acknowledged, his connection with Adlowe had terminated to betray the hunted man for a large reward to the vindictive Marquis Trevelyan ! And Geoffrey, having evaded the detecttve, and securely effected his escape, and rushed again into his very presence I ...

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Telegraphic Intelligence SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

'Telegraphic Intelligence [FROJM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.). SYDNEY, TUESDAY. A MEETING of persons approving of .the. proposal submitted, to the Assembly in favour of closing the museum and public library on Sanday, was he.d at the Protestant hall yesternight; there was a large attendance, the chair being occupied by Mr. W. J. Foster M.P. A motion in favour of the proposal was carried almost unanimously; it is intended to embody the same in a petition for presentation to the Assembly, Numerous applications for the office of Engineer in Chief of Railways, vacated by Mr. M. Mason, have been sent in, but no steps have been' taken towards filling up the appintment. The ship Devon with 392 Immigrants arrived from Plymouth yesternight; three children died during the passage. A collision occurred off Hornby light on Sunday morning, between the Ketch, Turtle and Agnes, the former sank about 8 minutes afterwards. The crew was saved. A telegram from Thursday Island, reports a massacre of 12 persons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

aGoulburn Agricultural, Pastoral, and Horticultural Shcw, 6th, 7th, and 8th APRIL, BEGS to inform Visitors to the above SHOW. that he has made SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT For the. COMFORT of his PATRONS; and intends SPA NG NO EXPENSE:-to obtain all the Delicacies of the "Season ! THE BEST BRANDS OF WINES, SPIRITS, &c. Special Room for Ladies, . WITH FEMALE ATTENDANT. S •X "V " 'NUP. No. 1 Con rence. S?O?TICE.-Subscriber lie will CLOSE POSI "'1 TIVELY on th 1sT RIL. Drawing .will take placeo the day elowing, ben distribution will be made PRO RA A. Applications for ickets are re ested to be made at once. HENRY P TEN. r,. L. TAYLOR, 'FO-R ,oY House Physicia, and Op? no ..- ait?n at University College H a', :L?ri on; an since House Surgeon to the Me oune .H pita,. ay be CONSULTED at OMEET 0 E ? Auburn-street, mornings an -enings, nd-in he afternoon from 1 to 3. BRIDGE HOTEL . Corner ilrn and Goldsmith Street THE. d ned having token the above 1el d dires o .equaint the public of Goul ?n ...

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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY, MARCH 25 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

P AR L I A IMEN TARY. FRIDAY, MARCH 25 I88;. In'the Legislative Assembly.: Mr. Lackey stated, in an~ver to Mr. Far nell, that -it was the-intention of the Govern ment-.to cause a survey- to be made for a railway from the waters of Port' Jackson, North Shore, to the proposed Southern, Western, and Northern line at or near Pearce field, in the district ot Lane Cove. ' A message was received from his Excellency the. Governor, intimatinig that he had reserved the' Matrimonial Cause Act Amendment Bill for the signification of her Majesty. The order of the day for the resumption of the adjourued debate on the Press Bill was discharged, and withdrawn on the motion 'of Mr. Garrett. The adjourned debate on the motion for the appointment of a select committee to inquire; into and report op, the, New Water Supply.Scheme for Sydney, was resumed. Mr. Hoskins controverted thie arguments advanced in support of the motion, arguing, anongst other things, .that to do so would postpone a. decision for...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

[REUTEROS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, MONDAY. Sit HERCULES ROIINSON, in his speech at Cape Town stated that although desultry fighting con tinunes with the natives of Caffaria there are more signs of the war drawing to a close, and expressed a belief that peace would be concluded at an early date. The funeral of the late Czar of Russia took place on Sunday with great pomp. The Prince of Wales and representatives of most of the Great Powers were present. The Portes is making all the preparations possible on account of the rejection by Greece of the terms offered as already telegraphed. The Sultan has formally asked the Khedive to provide the Egyption contingent in the event of Turkey taking up arms.

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THE ELECTION FOR CENTRE WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

THE ELECTION FOR CEUTRE WARD. THE polling for the election of an alderman in the place of John Jessop, whose seat was vacated through insolvency, took place yes terday, and never was so much interest ;evinced at an election in Goulburn. From an early hourin the morning buggies and other vehicles were to be seen with the name of ,the candidate for whom the owners or drivers, were working taking their loads of ratepayers to the polling-booths, of which there were two; one of which was at the old banking-room at the Mechanics' Institute, where ratepayers whose surnames began with the letters from M to Z recorded their votes, this was presided over by Mr. H. Whitehead, with Mr. R. Smith as poll-clerk, Mr. George Martyr scrutineer for Mr. Horn, and Mr. Everett scrutineer for Mr. Martin. The other booth was the Council Chambers, pre sided over by Mr. Caldwell, with Mr. Sasse as poll-clerk, and Mr. E. Gillespie as scrutineer for Mr. Horn, and Mr. W. Shan non for Mr. Martin. Everything pass...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

ifoyal H 1 Billi d Rooms " MR. FR AYES, ?d and favorabi known in Goolburn, wishes to inform h nds and the public that he has taken the a ve oms on terms from .he:proprietor, where hopes strict attention this business, combsed with reatest civility to all his patrons, to merit a fair ah o of support. P PUBLIC NOTICE. T tnhiaing my Friends and the Publio for their .I"kind patronage during the many years I have arriled on the Saddling Trade in Goulhurn, I beg to inform them that I have THIS DA .~ 5. *POSED of' MY BUSINESS TO Ma. K NEY, who, from his long practical experie o in all Fainclies of. the Trade, I, with confid a recom. miind'as my successor. Gobtlarn, March. 15, 1881. In reference to the above, I beg most respectfully to inform the Public that nothing shall be wanting pn my part to. increase'and retain the patronage so liberally accorded to my predecessor, MR. MILLER. G. E. A. KENNEY. Therefore you are specially requested to REMEMBER KNINEY THE SADDLER! GOULBURN. APPRENTICES ...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

BREVITIES, ELECTION fuin over. Wagga is lighted with gas at last. Yesterday was a windfall for the Goulburn cab. men. A rumour reached us yesterday that Mrs. Nesbitt of Auburn-street, Goulburn, had attempted to com mit suicide by swallowing some acetic acid. Selectors are again reminded that their interest must *be paid before the 31st instant--Thursday next. ..Great excitement prevailed in Goulburn yesterday sver the municipal election. Roberts, the Australian champion billiardist, has visited Yass. Mr. Edward Lee has been appointed Crown Prosecutor for the Circuit Court at Goulburn on April 8th. The builders have struck at the works of the now gaol, North Goulburn. . The robberies are being jrevived again in Goul. burn. There will be a splendid show of apples at the grand Show next week in Goulburn. Mr. Myers will move in the LegislativeoAseembly that a select committee be appointed to inquire into and report upon the question of the remission of interest on conditional purchoses....

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS. THROUGH the carelessness of one of our com positors in our issue of Saturday last it was made to appear that there were: "over loo entries received for the Grand Show;" it should have read "over a thousand," and this correction was made in reading the proof. We now hasten to make the thing right, for in all probability the show will eclipse any thing that has yet been attempted in the southern portion of the colony. SYDNEY GOLD Cup.-We have been .re quested to draw the attention of our readers. to the advertisement in our present issue notifying that the No. I conference will .be closed to the public on the 1st of April, and wish those who are desirous of speculating on their chance of drawing the winning horse to make application to the promoter at once for their tickets. The drawing will be under the management of a committee of sub scribers, the result of which will be given in Saturday's issue of the Evening Post, so that those who have subscribed will be able to...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 29 March 1881

DIED. AT Church Villa, Yass, March 26th, AUSTRALIA HARWELL NATHALIE, infant daughter of M.   Perry, Esq., J.P., M.R.C.S.E., aged six     months.

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

ahuroh of England Working Men's Literary Association. Tate was again a very good attendance of members at the meeting which took place last evening in the room at the rear of the pro.Cathedral. The chair was occupied by the Royev. G. M. D'Aroy Irvine, M.A. (one of the presidents). Mr. James Robinson having been proposed for membership, and other business of a preliminary nature gone through such as the receiving of member's subscriptions the special business set apart for the evening was entered upon by the chairman asking the editor of the society's journal to read the cantributione which he had received towards that useful work. Mr. George Gray thereupon came forward and explained that he had only received one paper; but as that embraced several subjects, there would be ample scope for the members to exercise their oriticising powezs. This proved to be the case, for although this part of the proceedings commenced about half.past eight, the hour of closing (ten o'clock) had arrived...

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