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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881

NewAutunmn & Winter Drapery. "* 0 1. - IN NOW OPENING NEW AND CHOICE GOODS':! )Cslitable 'for Present and. Coming< Seas'on.: ,? BEAUTIFUL, DRESS 'MATERIALS in Poplins,1cBBeigeg s eHpmnespuns, "Ti-C j :Siges; .Persia : Cords, C isnime ,:Cloth, .an d.- other.-: ewv Designs .* ire r esses .... NAY-:VICTORIA CLOTH' for Ladies' Riding :iibits'* All Slialdes and Prices in WINCEY TWEE'S. - i * .De .: ;,WE AELE. OW.IN A POSITION TO EXECUTE : ; All; Orders in the Dres.smaking Department :,WITH TASTE AND DISPATCH. : CH~i :E:MILLINERY in PStraw Velvet and Plush Hats'; New FLOWERS and FEATHERS - Splenidid Variety \of LA:DIES' CLOT:H JACKE TS just"'o .ea,' . from 5s .1ll d ' ; Ladies', Children·'s and.Ge s' HOSIERRY in tylee tland FRsho?6jji New Gloves: Furis, Clouds rseys, Mirts, Cuffs, e? :-s, RbiBtes, F iges, Plushes, V elvets, /T le 'ctths, tlautre1l l.kets, ount rp!ncs, ,' '..... Calicoes, Sheetin s& THE CLQT N DEPARTMENT SI W WELL STOCKED WITH * Everything Suitab...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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Telegraphic Intelligence BUNGENDORE, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence [FROM OURn CORRESPONDENTS.] BUNGENDORE, SATERDay. " TI~E following is the result of the races : Maiden Plate-Dundreary 1, Archeress 2. Hack Race-Victor 1. Town Platc-Dundreary 1, Reckless 2. Prince of Vales' Stakes--Ariel 1. Substitute for Squatters' Purse--leckless 1, Kembla 2. Ladies' Purse--Reckless 1, Kembla 2. Publicans' Purse-Dundreary walked over. Forced Hondicap-Tim 1, Victor 2. The racing was good throughout. .... SATURDAY'. News just brought in that Mr. Thomas Shauahan of Molonglo dropped dead at Long Swamp. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. In thu Assembly yesternight business was uh smportant, private matters only were dealt with. T'he quarterly statement of the revenue and e peuditure was issued yesterday as had been a. nounced. u The revenue amounts to d1,39,250 and th ependiture to C1,043,000. Phe credit balanceos March 31st was £1,796,400. Almost every branch bf the revenue has shown a material increase on the co?responding period of last year. The weather c...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 2 April 1881

TARALGA. (FrAo o Co Orrespondent.) AGlIutCUURsAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. We are thankful to you and your contemporaries for the excellent reports you have published of our annual show; and nothing remains to be added or corrected, that I am aware of, in regard to the lucid description given. I deem it proper, how ever, to call the attention of our worthy committee to a little matter or two that, in the opinion of some persons interested in the welfare of this noble institution, would be of advantage to the progress of the society. The first is, the erection of a better shed for the display of exhibits and the ac commodation of visitors-certainly the booth was a slight improvement on that of last year, and that is not saying very much,--something better still is wanted, and if proided it would teod very.much to encourage a larger display of exhibits, and be a great protection to visitors in the event of either a hot or a showery day; we may not always be fa vored with such beautifu...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

ODDS AND ENDS. THE regulations for the forthcoming Easter encamp. ments, are almost identical with those issued last year, theonly perceptible difference being in regard to the allowanceof food which will be slightly increased. The daily meat rations, which last year consisted of 1 lb, is to bo increased to 1j lb.; and, in addition to this liberal allowance of animal food, -a apecial extra ration, consisting of 4 oz. of coffee, 2 oz. of sugar, and 4 gill of milk, will be issued daily to each man on guard. Victoria Barracks and \liddle Head have again been chosen as the sites for the two encampments, the former for the Volunteer Infantry and Engineors, and the latter for the N.S.W. Permanent Artil'ery, the Volunteer krtillery, and the Torpedo and Signalling Corps Victoria Barracks will, as heretofore, be the head quarters' camp. where Colonel Richardson (the Commandant) will probably have 1300 or 1400 men under canvas, comprising the following corps :-The let, 2nd, and 3rd .oegiments...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, April 1 (Noon). [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From Sydney Daily Papers. I LoNDON, April 1 (Noon). A. DULLETINS was issued this mrning, stating that the Earl of Beaconslield is perceptibly weaker, but otherwise the Earl's general condition is improved. April 2. The latest bulletin regarding the illness of the Earl of Beaconslield states that the weakness pre. viously reported continues, and the general condition of the patient is unaltered. His Lordship during the past twventy.four hours slept occoasionsally, anu ti the acute spasms from which he at tirst suffered have subsided. Mr. Charles Bradlaugh, having failed in his appeal against the recent decision of the Law Courts in the action brought against him, for illegally sitting in the House of UOmm,nms,. resiginsd his seat to-day, and has now issue d an address:to the electors of Northampsto, soliciting re election at their hands. LonuDos, April 1. The Oriental Bank Corporation has ,declared a dividrend If 2 per cent. for the half.yei: nditig. l)i:emi~ier, lie...

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QUEANBEYAN. (Abridged from the Age.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

QUEANBEYAN. (A bidged from 1/se Age.) MRS? BROw~Nof Irishbwn has gathered some very fine qidiicts. She sent a sample to this oflice, the largest of which-weighed nearly 21b. The charge for grinding wheat at the Severne mill has been raised to 9d. per bushel, Michael Quino, the dipsomaniac, was discharged from oustody on Thursday. On the same day a female inebriate was reprimanded and discharged. Mrs. Crawshaw has removed from her old pro. mises, and now carries on her business opposite the post office, in the premises lately used as the Age Stationery Mart. Messrs. Dow and Hutchison are the successful tenouderers for the new Commercial Bank premises in Quueanheoyan Thb following selec:ins were taken up at the Qaueanbeyan land office on l'hursday !east :--Thomas )yball, sectilon 21, 40 acres, county Murray, parish liGoroyarro; 'P Butledge, section, .21, 225 acres, county \luiray, parish of Yanunubyana and Yar row; C. Haase, 40 acres, section 13, county Murray, pariah Goorooyarroo; E....

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

SECOND DAY. The weather was all that could be desired, and the course in excellent order. First Race --Substitute of £20; handicap; once and a quarter round course; sweep of 1 sov. each, to go to second horse. (The above race was substituted for the Squatters' Purse, which full through on account of only two horses out of nine that were nominated accepting their weights.) 1. M0. Rloyds' b g Reckless, 8 st. 7 lbs ................ SShanaban's b g IKembla, 8 st. 7 lb...............;.... ...2 J Davlin's b f Archorcss, 5 st 10 lb......... .......;.... : W. Smith's Tim, 6 st. 6lb., and Davlin's Gingei Joe also started; Dundreary, ?st. 10lb., was scratched. Reckless and KIembla made the running very warm from the start; but the big horse proved too good fo' the gallant Kembla (who by his looks appeared in the worst form we have ever seen him run in before), and was landed a winner by about a length. Ladies' Purse, £15. E. 01. Royds' b g Reckless.. .............................. 1 1 0. J. S...

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PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

PARLIAMENTARY. FRIDAY, APRIL 1. IN the Legislative Assembly, The Municipal Baths Oite Acquisition Bill was read a third time and passed, and it was orderud that it be forwarded to the Legislative Council Leave was given to Mr. W. J Forster to intro duce the Vale of Clyde and Lithlgow Coal Copper Company, and the bill was subselquetly brought up and read a first time. The Order of the Day for the second reading of the Electoral Act Amendment Bill, was discharged from the paper, and the btll was withdrawn on the motion of ,lr R. B Smith, who said it was his intention to re-introduce the hill early next session Mr. MaLaughlia moved the second reading of the District Courts Act Further Amendment Bill. The bill was read a second time without division, passed through committee with amendments, and reported The Bates Estate Leasing Bill was read a second time, passed through committee with amendments, and reported. Mr. Farnell moved the second reading of the Jeanerrett Tramway Bill. The se...

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TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

TARALGA. (Fromo our Correopondent..) Town [mprovements.-Our usually quiet.going old township has of late been making rapid strides io the way of advancement, and notwithstanding the complaints respecting the dullnoess of the times and scarcity of money, our eaterprising townsmen have not lost courage nor hooei as to the future of this centre of a large agricultural and pastoral dis trict; io proof of which, in addiltion to the new parsonage, of which notice has been given, some other substantial stone buildings are now in cousae of erection. The new house buing built for Mr. Tynon, and let for a Post andi Telegraph office, will soon be completed, and will be well adapted for the purpose, though some think a more central place should have been selece'd. 4r. T. Moloey hab just cnmmneIIced a new stone hluie :Ilj;,iingl his ot re, which lpr:mi.es io ie a line bhulliin judging from the foundatious now laid; it iso i, I, a two.-try house, ounsisting of eight riooms anol hall, andi when co...

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M. Ketten at the Mechanics' Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

M;. Ketten at the Mechanics'. Hall, A. NouasR of gentlemen during the past week took advantage of M.. Keoten's visit to the city, and arranged with that gentleman to give one of his musical recitals, in order that the aulmirers of high. class music.in the Goulburn'district might have an oppbrtunity'dflistehing to the strains produced by a' master hand; and from the short notice (barely a week) of the announcement, it met with a good response, and a more fashionable audience has never graced the Mechanics' Hall than on last evening;, when all the chairs were filled and a numn ber of the front seats and gallery. Altogether tliererimu-t have been at least 250 persons present, and when the :accomplishments of some of those that ittended are considered (for many were highly qualified to form an opinion of another's talents in a- muical sense) the outbursts of applause that greeted the performer on the conclusion of each piece was convincing proof that hia execution was good and highly ap...

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Small Debts' Court. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

Small Debts' Court. BEOREi Mesara. Voss and Horsbrughb, a number of unimportant and undefended cases were disposed of, and the following defended cases were heard : :Feenwick v. John Jehnings.--This was a claim for £10 fci.damages for trespass on plaintiff's land by defendant's horses. SMr.:Gannon for plaintiff; Mr. Betis for defend, ant. After lengthy evidenco. had been tendered, the Bench gave a verdict for the plaintiff for £5 and .s cadts. Archer v. Wats.-e-A claim for £3 10s for cab hire on the day.of the municipal election. M r. Betts appeared for defendant. After lengthy evidence had been tendered by plaititiff and defendant, the Benoh gave a verdict for 5s and 58 costs. Silver v. Curtis.-A. claim for £1 2s for use and occupation of a house. SMr. Betts appeared for complainant. Verdict for amount claimed, with 7s costs. Elllontt and Hobbs v. Cochrane. - Plintiffe olaijned £9 5s for work and labour done. Mr. Gannon appeared for plaintiff; Mr. Botts for defendant. SAfter length...

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FAREWELL DINNER TO MR. JOHN SIMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

FAREWELL DINNER TO MR. JOHN SIMONS. ON the evening of Thursday la?~t a very pleasant meeting was heldt at Mrs. Martin's Chatsbury Hotel, the occasion bking a farewell dmuer ten dered to Mr. John Sinsons of lRhyana by his friends and neighbours living in that locality on the ove of his removal from the district. About forty gentlemen took their seats at the table; the chair being occupied by Mr. John Miller of Chatsbury, having on his right the guest of the evening; and tlie vice chair being liled by Mr. H. F. Hartley. An excellent spread was provided, the table being literally covered not only with substantial solids, hut also comprising every delicacy of the season; besides whichit was tastefully decorated with handsome bouquets of flowers kindly provided .by Mrs. E. M. Bourke, teacher of the public school. . The arrangements throughout rellected great credit on Mrs. and the Misses Martin. Ample justice having been done to the good things and .tho cloth removed, a , The:health of "...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. .[FRoas OUR CORRESPOND? NTS.] SY DNEY, TUESDAY. In the Assembly yesternight the Licensing Bill passed through committee without any material alteration. Mr. Copeland moved an animsndmeht, extending the Act to overy municipal district in the'colony, but was ruled out of order. The Preo. mier stated that a comprehensive Licensing Bill would be the first measure introduced next session. The Bill was ultimately lead the third time and forwarded to the Legislative Council. SThe Premier moved the second reading of the Local Government Bill, and briefly expilioed that the Bill would promote the incorporation of large areas as opposed to small ones, and would authoriso the interference of a board for introducing local Government as opposed to voluntary efforts. The Board would have power to define the local Government districts, but such districts could oily be established with the approval of Parliament. The object was to spread municipal districts, excepting to r...

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BUNGENDORE. ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

BUNGENDORE. (From our, Correspodent.) ANnuAL Raccs. OUR races, which were advertised to oame off on last Wednesd:y and Thbarsday, did not conumnnce uotil Thursday on account of it beiug too wet. I'here was a very fair attendance on ,oth das The two booths, owned by .lessre McJannott and Carroll; appeared to do a fair amount of business; whils;t the usual attendants at race.gastherings, viz.. lottery-bags, shooting galleries, & , were well patronized The stewards are to be congratulated on the successful manner in whioh.evrdtning passed off, also for their detormintion in keeping down gambling in dice, cards, and tbimble, as nune of that frateronty were present. There were a few bookmakers present, but not much wagering was doie, At night a fpw "'land shark "swre proewl ing about, and trying to induce some victims to have a shake with the dice for " a bob or so ;" but we think their success was very little, as those gentry who carry dice, cards, &o about with them are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

1V emorial Fund. A it has been determined by the friends aid fell-w.churchmen of THE LATE MR. JOHN ILLER. CATEro T TTIE 'rnURno l OF FiNGLAND,' CooTawrannA, to raise nmrial over his remains. We now y soli.'it u leei/iins to the same. They will beo kiedil r b'eivdl by the Ven. . rebhdeacon u~nd. c,,3 ejouJlurn; the Rev. S. B. Holt, CO.tkmua./ ?dr ;S; teundersignod, either in postage t?a.flece order, or any way cnnvenient to he sender; andl the r, ceipt of it will ihe dally. ?n knowledgedr in the Cootamundra Herald arind the onulburn Evening Penny Pose. The fund will he cloased on the slet of May. No lists will be taken out..'i R. B. CARTWHIGHT -' Contamundria.' FISH! FISSH!' Ling? only ........... t per lb. Salt Salmon .........6d per lb FOR CASH ONLY !.:i _,OT E].AT Money to Lend N Ilnrge or small quantities on real seut/a --current rates./ / GANNON AND LANGDON, SolicitoYe. / d and Residence. Y C lES for 2 or 3 Respectable Yog, M/ Mcns. S. B. BOLT, Clifford.et, BRIDGE HOTEL Corner u...

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Church of England Working Men's Literary Association. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

Church of England Working Men's Literary Association, AT the weekly meeting of the above, which took place last evening in the usual meeting room, the attendance was rather small, owing doubtless to the counter attractions elsewhere. The vice president (Mr. ii. B. Monkley) occupied the chair; and after Mr. James Robinson had been elected a mem. ber and other business of a preliminary character gone through, the special business set apart for the evening was proceeded with-viz, readings and recitations. Mr. Bramble opened with a reading on "The Instability of Human Glory ;" followed with a recitation, "Sweetbriar," By, Mr. Albert Lnsdowne. Mr. F. Thomas came next with a recitation-" Lord Chatham's Protest Against Em. ploying Indians in the American War;" which was succeeded by Mr. R. .I. Clifford reciting a piece on. Westminster Abbey." Readings were then given as follows :-By Mr. T. Lina-"Pat ride Henry on British Government in America; " by Mr. W. Pursehouse-a selection of Mark Twa...

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Temora Items. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

Temora Items,. THe new lend, found from Yankee Charlie's claim running west, will, it is supposed, be traced to the western side of the town. The Hidden Treasure claim have got rich gbil bearing wash. Lewis's dam is filling fast, add water is running into the other dams. The rains have washed many nuggets from the heaps of dirt. A half share in the Golden Gate and a quarter share in Foley's claim were sold for £975 each on Wed neaday last. Share are rising, as also are the values of town properties. Many hotels and properties which were in the market have beeh withdrawn. There is now sufficient water in the dams to wash 1500 loads, exclnusive of the deep lead water shafts. Mr. Connell, from Melbourne, has been during the past week inspecting the Murrumbidgeeo water scheme, with which he is favourably impressed. He says some Melbourne men w sh to float a company, if practicable, tobring water from theriver. Great activity is displayed in prospecting with available water. A valuable a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

Visit Cambourne's for Paget Coats at 15s Visit Cambourne's for Strong Trousers at 8s 6d::.::: Visit Cambourne's for Boys' Overcoats at 4s 6 -?d.--,.. Visit Cambourne's for Boys' Hats in large variety,::;i Visit Cambourne's for White Quilts at 4s 114 :1Fisit Cambour'ne's) for Cheap Calicoes :· iit C.ambour.ne's for H.osiery isit Cambourne's for Winceys at 3 d,",::i: Visit Cambourne'; s for 1Mantles Visit Cambourne's for Strong Shirts Visit Cambourne's for Men's Ties and Yleroery. ,. Fisi Ccambourne's for Ladies' Frilling T 'i Cambourne's for Overcoats., A LARGE VARIETY OF .DRES3 MATERi.IALS TO CHOOSE FROM ::AT CAMBO URNE'S Goulburn Agricultur 1, Pastoral, and HIorti ocultur S.ociety. FIRST G.R ND 1HOW, 6.. th, 7th, an 8th APRIL. PR Of Isun a NI ME It: Firs Day. J UDGIING of Horses, Stock, and other exhibits. Piesentation by Comnittee of Address to the President, who will thl a declare the Exhibition open. . The public will be ad itted at eleven o'clocl. * Members free. Non. embers, 2...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

'6- bOULBURN ITEMS.' A FOOT-RACE for ;61 a-side took place last Saturday afternoon between George King ston of Goulburn and - Rowe, fornierly of Bungendore, which was witnessed.by a few spectators;-- Th'e'tl"gotjaway with a go6od start, Kingston soon taking. the lead and maintaining it to the finish, winning easily by abijut three yards. -'Thelmatch took place on the running ground in Brooke's paddock. *•.-;?We!hear that': foot-race: will take place next Saturday between: J. Phillips and S. Heeley, both well-known' "peds." The stakes to be run for are -£5 a-side. The match will come off in Brooke's paddock; and each side seems sanguine of success Phillips at present appears to be the favorite. The strike at the new gaol, which we reported last .week, has terminated, and a number of the bricklayers have resumed work on the old terms, viz., 12s.. per day of eight hours. Several new hands have been taken on, aid things are once going on swimmingly. On the 15th of the present month the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

0 O . TAYLOR, F ORM RLY use Physician and Op alm ' Aislant at/University College fpita, Lndoa, and. sine nouse Snrgeon to th qoloourne Hos ta sa;e CONSULTED at' SOMEt.SET " HOUSE, Auliurn-street, moinings and evenings, aiid in the afternoon from 1 to 3. '~ P`i ublic Notice, ' 'LL . .B RANC H S J Iil r:nn-o ..l- OF Til. LATE ROBERT - RAIG :SEN.'S SIN 8 ,. ' WIL BE " o Carried on by on ' ' . j ' R" ii -o nT C R AIG J U N ., )7'HO 'respectfully solicits a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed on his late father., ROBERT CRAG, UNDERTAKEZ/N\ SLOANE-STREET, GOULB R FUNERALS conducted on s esat notce. Sgood style and on liberal term / S;ROBT. CP IG "'SLOANE-STREET, GOTLBU House, Land, Estate, ydney f e Insurance, and Grrera Aget. ACCOUINTAINT Ac. L., WEISSBERGER, ;MANUFACTURER OF CIGARS Duke of Edin To: his Royal Duke of Edin. .~, . " ^ ? burg, K.G., :Highness the __ 2 ?' &c., &c. And the Original Tobacconist in Goulburn, S'THANKFUL to'the Public.for the I t fi...

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