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CABLE MESSAGES. CONSTANTINOPLE, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. I CONSTANTINOPLE, March 25. It is generally understood that the terms have now been finally agreed upon between the representatives of the Great Powers and the Turkish Government as to the settlement of the new frontier line between Greece and Turkey. Numerous conferences of the Ambassadors have lately been held, and further modified proposals by the Porte considered. The final offer of the latter, embracing the cession to Greece of an in creased portion of the province of Thessaly; in addition to the territory already tele graphed, is believed to be favourably received by the Ambassadors from the Powers, as well as by the representatives of the Greek Government. Additional efforts have been . made to induce the Turkish Government' ito agree to the transfer of Epirus to Greece. butthey have remained fi m to their resolution to decline the proposal. The Turkish Government have submitted to the Envoys from the island of Crete, where the distu...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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HOSKINGTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

HOSKINGTOWN. (From our Correspondent.) A NUMEROUSLV attended and influential meeting was held at Mr. Pollack's last even ing, when definite steps were taken to urge upon the powers that be the immediate ne cessity of certain works upon the road from Hoskingtown leading to the local saw mills. Considerable discussion ensued; but the meeting was unanimous throughout. On the proposal of Mr. Pollack, seconded by Mr. Walsh, Mr. Collins was voted to the chair, when in a neat speech he explained the nature of the meeting; and invited the gentlemen present to give their views or make any proposition they might deem requisite and necessary, whereupon It was proposed by Mr. Ashcraft, seconded by Mr. Pollack-" That "it is the opinion of this meeting a petition should be drawn up, to be signed by persons interested in the road, and handed to our member (Thomas Rutledge Esq.) for presentation." Carried. Mr. Robinson was then requested to draw up the signed petition, which he kindly con sented to...

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TREVELYAN. CHAPTER XLIV. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

TREVELYAN. CHAPTER XLIV. After Mrs. Pumpton had taken such spirited leave of him, and he had resumed his ride down the principal street of the little market town of Dalton, Lord Adlowe proceeded directly and swiftly to the railway station, to prosecute his search for Giralda. Arrived there, he learned that the morning express train for London lid passed through an hour before. For a Ahoment his heart almost stood still, in fear that his prey had again escaped him. He sought out the station-master, and by a judicious fee and skilful inquiries, discovered that no young lady answering to Giralda's description had been seen to depart by the train. SA glow of satisfaction replaced his lordship's apprehensions. He turned away, remounted, and rode to the village inn, satisfied that Giralda was there. The inn proved to be one of those quaint old creations of stone that serve as a monu ment of by-gone generations. It had oddly shaped casement windows, with tiny diamond "panes of dull-colored...

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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

PARLIAMENTAR Y. TUESDAY, MARCH 25, i88r. IN the Legislative Council, The Fisheries Bill was read the first time. On the motion of Sir George Innes, the State Children Relief Bill was recommitted. The President read a message from the Governor, intimating that his Excellency had reserved the Matrimonial Causes Act Amend ment Bill for her Majesty's assent. On the- motion of Professor Smith, the Anatomy Bill was recommitted, for the pur pose of reconsidering and amending several clauses. Mr. Darley moved the second reading of the Australasian Steam Navigation Company's Act Amendment Bill. The motion was agreed to, and the bill was read a second time, and afterwards passed through committee, with a numtuber of verbal amendments. The House adjourned. In the Legislative Assembly, Mr. Farnell brought up the report of the Select Committee on the Parramatta Tram way Bill. Petitions from a public meeting held in Sydney, and from various religious denomi nations, in favor of the closing of the...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (From our Correspondulent.) ON Friday last we had a few showers of rain, and the weather continued threatening till Monday morning, when steady rain set inm which has continued on and off ever since. The downpour was badly wanted in this dis district, as the ground was very hard and the farmers could not get on with their ploughing. The Rev. Canon Scott, Incumbent of Christ Church, is about to remove to Bungen dore. The reverend gentleman gave his fare well address on Sunday night last to the con gregation after his sermon. He takes his departure to-day for his new station. His successor is not yet known, but it is rumored that the Rev. J. C. Betts of Bombala is to be appointed. On Friday night last the newly-formed Odd Fellows' Band played for the first time in public at the dramatic entertainment. The music was much admired by those who had the pleasure of listening to it, The Dramatic Club held their second grand entertainment on Friday night in the Protestant Hall. T...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

GOULBURN ITEMS, ON Tuesday afternoon Mr: William Sands submitted to public competition, at the Salu tation Hotel, that excellent building site'at the corner of Clifford and Cowper streets, the property of the late Mr, Richard Teece. The allotment was cut up into seven pieces, two having frontages of 33 feet to Clifford street, and the other five 38 feet to Cowper street. The corner lot, which was ioo feet with a lane at rear, was knoeked down to Mr. Carr at £2 Is 6d per foot after brisk com petition; and the adjoining piece, which was IIo feet deep, to Mr. Frederick Horn at L2 per foot. The bidding for the other portions, which were only 66 feet deep, went up to 19s 6d per foot, at which figure they were withdrawn and reserved for the administrators of the estate-Mesdames McGeorge and Bellamy. The same auctioneer afterwards submitted an original crown grant of 32 perches in Wayo-street, North Goulburn, which was withdrawn at £.35; the reserve price being £C40. His Excellency the Gov...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDE.,TS.] SYDNEY, THURSDAY'. IT the Assembly yesternight, the remaining items of the loan estimates were adopted, the only altera. tion being a reduction of two hundred thousand pounds in amount of the half million originally aeskpd for altpration in addition to station buildinge and new sidinge. The Loan Bill was introduced and road a first time. The Appropriation Act was read a spoond time and partly considered in committee, The Premier stated that the Government hoped to prorogue Parliament on Tuesday next. The Premier also gave notice that he would move to-day (Thursday) that Monday next be an extra Government sitting day. An animated discussion took place on the ques. tion of the extension of the railway to Circular Quay, the majority of speakers urging the Govern. ment to undertake the work; but all the members of the Ministry remained silent. All the officials and enumerators in connection with the Census Act, appointed for the coll...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

EBREVITIES, Toamonaow All-fools Day. ,Rain has been general over most parts of Australia. It will cost £10,000 to repair the stranded ship Bereford. Insurance agents are working up a large business at Temora. Applitt challenges any man in Australia to run for £300 aside. Look out for the Good Templars' concert on Tuesday evening, April 5th. Reports from Wiloannia are not so encouraging just now as formerly. 4364 aeres of land were selected on Thursday last at Wagga Wagga. Nearly £9,000,000 are required to carry out the Government railway scheme. The news from the diggings near Wilcannia is anything but satisfactory. The regimental rifle match has been postponed till after the Easter encampment. Only two cases are to be tried at the Cooma Quarter Sessions. Diphtheria has made its appearance in Wilsan. niae, and two fatal cases have occurred. Over seventy of the Goulburn Volunteers are going into camp at Easter. Cricket match on Saturday next between the county and city knights. Once ...

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Temora Items. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

Temora Items. BAGLEY, Pennington, and party had a trial washing, The firstlot went 3 oz. to the load, and the second lot a oz. The Hidden Treasure claim on Thursday got a 4 oz. piece. They have at present got an in. of gold-bearing wash. The Golden Garter got 7o feet of wash. The Golden Bar wash is showing gold freely, and yielding 4 to 5 dwt. pieces. Chicken and party lately got an 8-dwt. piece. The Diorite claim during tlhe week got a few good pieces, from 55 to s6 dwts. The Euchre claim is meeting with coarse pieces. Laube ~nd party, at the extreme head of the alluvial sinkings, have ~struck gold-bearing wash at 40 feet, Wilkes and party, near the courthouse, picked out several nuggets last week, and the previous week they divided .23. M'Mullin and party got a 4 oz. nugget on Thursday. Foster afid party got nearly 3o oz. during the week. Cummins and Kemp frequently pick out coarse pieces. Keys and party washed two loads at Rowes, which yielded 22 to 15 divts a load. The new lead ...

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SOUTHERN BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

SOUTHERN BUILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. THE annual meeting of the above society took place at the Mechanics' Institute on Monday evening last. Mr. R. C. Joplin was voted to the chair. The following report and balance-sheet were adopted: REPORT. The continued prosperity of the society affords great pleasure to your directors in presenting their third annual report. During the existence of the societ.y there have been advances made tr, the extent of eleven thou sand seven hundred and twenty pounds (£11,720), representing 84 substantially.built houses in Goul. burne, as well as farms and unimproved land beyond the city. These facts warrant the directors in attri. buting much of the improved prospects of the town to the operations of the society. The advances applied for up to the present time amount to £20,820, but the board has thought it prudent to decline many applications in consequence of the insufficient security offered. It will be seen by the balance.sheet that the gross prof...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

IT NDD v MAN to Mil Groom, Gerde d ., ake himself useful. SLY, nur villo, w kT Respeabll\Wo.man.s C0OK . ls. 8LY, IHurstvsill?, o~lbuisrn." "Waosnted, .- / A. GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. App to Mns. HOLLOWAY, Auburn-street'. . aVtedt," A TEY GIRL to bind a Baby. .J 'LE, No. 3 GraftonYierracoe. A l : iIDDLE-AGED MAN a? Workiig r1ousekeeper, at oce. Apply M, JEN. KINS, UAibunrn'street. . ' : anted, A?...GENERA SERVANT; middl agvd pro 'ferred. Ap J. BYRNE, Conetioner. Auburn-strcot, Goalbi -. 020 l HEETS GOOD BA 'K. Stat price A / WOOD AND CO., ?ubu atreet, Goulbsuri. " Waneeo (jfl E~lT t NINE SMART BOYS en* tr, Wood & Co's Boot Fat, ply WOODL, ~j.,, Auburnrstreet. . Wa'ed? ,., AT ?l o's Boot Factory, SIX HT 'GIESGLLESPiTEEulbS 'WANTED 'T BUY, SEED AND FEED OATS, i. any quatiy. H. C.. PRaTT, ', " ' 81oane~st #ebt . o Draper and Others. /p X ITTED, by a r on of large oexperijc, a SITUATION as BSALESVWOMAN? Ad. dreosA, B.' C,. Post Office Goulbuin. VACANCIES. '' ' FO SPl0CTA'kBLE BOARD...

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GUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

GUNNING. (Fronm our Correspondent.) LAST Sunday the congregation of St. Ed mund's Church were disappointed in not finding a clergyman to conduct the service when they arrived at the church, or at least those who, living in the country, had not been informed of the fact. Next Sabbath, how ever, the Ven. Archdeacon Puddicombe will preach at ii a.m. in Gunning, and at Collec tor at 3.30 p.m. It will be with regret that many in this district will hear of the contemplated removal of the Rev. Charles Kingsmill, who it is re ported will shortly leave Gunning for Quean beyan. The Rev. Mr. Betts is named as his probable successor. Messrs. Dow and Hutchison, contractors for the bank here, and on which they are at present working, are the successful tenderers for the Commercial Bank at Queanbeyan. This job has been let twice before, and each contractor has failed to carry it through. It now remains to be seen what these gentlemen can do in the matter. During the last few days we have.had seve ...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

[RnEUTER'S TEL??dRAMS.] ' LONDON, WVEDNESDAY. THE general condition of Earl Boaconslield is slightly improved. The .Greek Government are again assuming a very warlike attitude in consequence of the refusal of Turkey to cede Crete and Epirus. A complete army corps has been ordered to proceed immediately to the front. Troops are also at the rendezvous nat Negropont in the province of Thebes. The Socialists have lately started a paper, eli titled DerFreheit, for the purpose of propagating the views put forward in an organ in question; and there is much freedom in the article that ap peared yesterday i connection with the recent murder of the Czar,which has been openly eulogized, and others were urged to follow the example of the asseassin tousikoff. The Government seem deter mined to prosecute the proprietors of the paper..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

How to Get Along Well.-Dig deep, The Braidwood Agricultural Show was held in he racecourse paddock Braidwood on Thursday last, and it is computed that about 2000 persons attended the same. No less than 120 horses were sntered for exhibition; in many of the eoctions the competition was not up to former shows. The proceedings were enlivened by the band from Goulburn, and the awards made appear to have given every satisfaction. T7 Printed an published by Thomas Daniel, acms proprietor, at t?le Eeening iP nny.Pos..OPle Aubur:!reet, Goburn

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POLICE COURT, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

POLICE COURT, March 28. Before A. S. Jones and J. F. Kenyon, J's.P. George Rogers, charged with stealing two knives and a pipe the property of N. T. Collins, was brought up. Senior-constable Buckley deposed: On Sunday morning about 12 a.m. Mr. Collins came and reported to me that two knives had been taken out of a glass case on his counter, also he believed a couple of pipes; he gave a description of the property, also of the man who he suspected of having stolen them; about five o'clock p.m. in company with Constable Clifford I went to Hannon's at Mutbilly; in an outhouse there I saw the prisoner and another man; the prisoner was sitting on a box eating; on another box near him were the knives answering the descrip tion of the knives reported as stolen; pri soner claimed them as his property; I asked him if he had any pipes in his possession; he said yes, and handed me a pipe in a case; in reply to a question as to how he came in possession of the knives and pipe, he said he had bo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

THE Grand Show that takes place next week promises to be of a first-class character; and from the number of entries in the various sections, there is likely to be such an amount of competition that the judges will experi ence no little difficulty in arriving at a correct decision. And further, a great amount of useful knowledge must accrue to almost every class of the community. An ordinary agricultural show acts as an educator, espe cially to those who may be engaged in agri cultural pursuits; but a show like the coming one will go further than this, for the schedule issued comprises not only stock, agricultural and horticultural prodactions, but also a large number of industrial exhibits. In fact, encouragement is offered for almost every thing of utility to manlkind; and the com mittee under whose arrangement the show is to be carried out deserve the hearty congra tulations of every person in the community, and all that is required to render the show successful will be the impart...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

Royal el Billia Rooms MR. FR ?D AYES, S0 lonog and favora .no.wn in Gonlburn, wishes to inform his riends and the public that he has taken the ab 'eX rooms on terms from the proprietor, where h hopt by strict attention to his business, combil d with o greatest civility to all bis patrons, to me:it a fair so re of support. PUBLIC NOTICE. IN thanking my Friends and the Public for their .1 kind patronage during the many yearehave carried on.the Saddling T'rade in Goulbu - to :inform them' that I have THIS D. Y DIS POSED of MY BUSINESS TO Mnu. ENNEY, who, from his long practical expe in all Branches of the Trade, I, ith con ence recom. mend as my successor, : GEORf , M LER. Goulb?rn, March 15, 1881. Ihireferemice to'the above, I beg:-most respectfully to inform the Publid that nothing shall be wanting onmy part to increase and retain the patronage so liberally accorded to my predecessor, Mi. MILLER, G. E. A. KENNEY. Therefore you are specially requested to , .. REMEMBER KENNEY TKE SADDL...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 31. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

THuR?SDAY, MAwcl 31. Before Mr. Voss and Mr. Mareden. John Benson was charged with larceny. Constable Drummond deposed: From informa. tion received yesterday I took the prisoner in charge at about a quarter to 1 for stealing a pipe and tobacco (produced) from Mr. Jeessep's shop in Auburn.street; I charged him with the offence and locked him up.; he was under the influence of drink at the time. John Curran, a youth about 16 years, deposed: I am in thle employ of Mr. Jesoep; I saw the pri. soner yesterday in Mr. Jessep's shop about 11 o'clock in the morning; he told me that Mr. Jessep was down at the railway station waiting to see me about the 2.401) train; I then went outside to see if Mr. Jessep was coming; the prisoner came out of the shop following me, and then re. turned to the shop; I followed him and he struck me in the breast and asked me if I wanted anything; I said no; he then asked the little girl (a daughter of Mr. Jessep's) that was in the shop for some tobacco, she gave ...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 31 March 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MIARCH 30. BEFORE Messrs. Voss, Rossi, MIeyers, and Cropper. John Miller (on bail), for drunkenness, pleaded guilty. Fined 5s. Fransis Dunne was charged with drunken ness. Pleaded guilty; fined Ss, or two days in gaol. ThoLuas O'Dell for being drunk and disor derly was fined 40s, or seven days' imprison ment. James Wright for being drunk was fined 2os, or three days. John McAleer was charged with being drunk and disorderly and using obscene lan guage. Constable Drummond proved the charges. The language used was very bad indeed. . The Bench convicted the prisoner, and fined him-on the first charge, sos or two days; on the second, 40s or seven days. Mathew Me Alister was charged with allow ing a cow to stray in Bourke-street. Mr. Gannon appeared for defendant and pleaded not guilty. Constable Wheally deposed: On Sunday, the 20th of the present month, I found three cows straying in Bourke-street; the following day they were claimed by a young man named...

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Reserve for Public Purposes. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881

Reserve for Publio Purposes. No. 95. County of Argyle, parish of Rhyanna, area about Ig acre. The Crown lands within the following boundaries: Com mencing on the eastern side of the road from Goulburn to Taralga, at the north-west corner of portion No. 177, being a point bearing south 24 degrees west 8 chains 40 links from the south-west corner of portion No. Ir, B. Cunningham's conditional pur chase of 40 acres; thence bounded on the north by a line bearing east 3 chains 4 lipks; on the east by a line south 3 chains 754 links; on the south by a line west to the road from Goulburn to Taralga aforesaid, and by that road bearing north 27 degrees east 4 chains 2zt links, to the point of conm mencement.

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