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

COLLECTOR ??REVII'IES. Hotel busineses yerydull here. Turkey dealing seems a better spec. Thie: late rains just iu tiie. Ploughing has comr monced. . -The constant: appeals for repairs to the Public School have at last been successful. .A night-school will be opened this week-a onod muster of youths is expected. Plouty of room foi improvement. The police stable is on the point of tumbling downi. It is a fact that the sesior constable's hlfe is insured--we are not sure about the horses. A terrible raid was made on the wallabies at Mat O'Bricon's on Satuiday; the numbers wounded far exceeded those that were killed. The raid ol the roast beef and plum pudding was more effec. tual. , The ball at night was a great nsuccess. A' t the police court on Friday, before the three 3J;sP one man was lined Is. for the too frequent lis of adjectives in his conversation; another was hfin?d 5s for h ving a 1ark with a whip, and a' third was sued. for.£5, value of a dog which he shot Philc. apprdpriat...

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

BREVITIES. Gounimrn is lively. Our Leader and other mattei* crowded out. 'Good Templads' concert to.night, don't forgeot. - Small debts cases nearly all unimportant to day at the Goulburn Police Court... '. - Kelly aud Leon's miistr·ls' to.moirow ovening at the Mechanics' Hall. -Charley;Thomas, the worthri hostt of atboh1amilsy Hotel, Auburn.street Goulburn, possesses a wonder. ful crow.' It Tis the only biird thaitt:v' re'member to li'&te seene of its specie tha can talki it s gradually advancing, id cdlian now say .I'Father,' almost in as perfect a m?ouer similar to the class of talking.birds. : :i. 40,000 letters, &e., weroo posted at the Grafton post o:bflice 'during theli month of:arsbhb.s e Y' ' At a land Eale at Ulmarrd, seven miles from Grafton, oe. lot of msimprovocedhinod.lbioight usnder the hammer a price equal to £5 an acro last: ieek. n3The .he:f Omumissionoer of insolvent estates has liean granted towelv?e monthls leave of. alisenco. "At thoe Gonlburn p...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Penny Post
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 5 April 1881

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 4.     BEFORE Mr. VOSS and Mr. Horn, J.P.       Joseph Sheen was charged with misconduct as an apprentice to W. T. Wood.   Plea-cause to show. Mr.Betts appeared for complainant, and Mr. Gannon for defendant . John Walker deposed: I am manager for W. T. Wood and Co; defendant is indented to Mr.   Wood under written indentures, which have not yet expired;about a month ago the defendant     absented himself, and on the 21st March he was absent from his work; about the 15th March he came and asked to see Mr. Wood, who was absent at the time, and from what I heard of his being unwell I made an appointment with him to see   Dr. Morton next morning; he promised to come, but didn'; I waited for about a week, and then wrote to his father; at the time defendant left I would notice nothing unusual about him; to my knowledge a doc...

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

Wanted,' AS. 02G GIRL, as General Serva4, for the cltry; ad wages. Apply, alutation Hotel. ?W ted. / 1VE MAN, go at figures. .Consl t .mployment. Ap , City Mills. WVWntedl. BOYS to Sell Catalogues of the Show. ply from 8 to 11 a.m. on Wednesday the SECRETARY, on the Ground. Wanted, A ONG LITTLE GIRL, about 12 or, Mind a Baby and be otherwise geful. Aply bhletter to Mns. BRIDGES, Millbrook, Moohsjjilo. IWan d S 4RT ACT1V BOY.M y • , ,- .?,CITY M?yS. ' - anted, A "I?OR CLERK ; refurences rerjred. /NNON AND LANGDON, Sqlcitors, PLOUGHING, Any person wanting PLOUGHING DONE in small lots, apply to THOMAS H. BYRNE, Willow Gardens. - * Wanted, EiGHT OR NINE SMART BOYS as 4pren. tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Factory. ly WOOD & CO'S., Auburn-street. ~WV an.tecl, AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX or GHT BOYS. CHARLES GILLESPIE, Goulurn. "WANTED TO BUY, EED AND FEED OATs, in' any quanyJy H. C. PRATT, / Sloase.strl,-. Churoh hf England enmperance Society. ,/ St. Saviou Branch. / COII...

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Temora Items. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

S Temora Items, WEARNE and party have struck water in good supply .at i2ro feet, behind New Zealand Hotel,! Lower Temora. A sample was boiled for teal'nrid biirackishness was not noticed. The a !i.iintfeind sinking 'and slabbing the s;lhaft Tihey beliee.thbey.iill fharve sufficient vater for an engine. A miner namedJohn Brinerley fell doi'n a shaft 8o feet deep ,last Saturday night, arid was not disibvered untilyesterd'ay atternoon, at 3 o'cl6ok.iO~C0Hi-i'jui',itesj -vhich are very severe, are internal.--' A s:idl~bler?"? ?S'a ff eldat- .at]iElta Kibby 's stre ,while she was at church. .'.The thief took acash-boxi cbntaining 16 t8,imostly in cheques. The robbery was effected by some one acquainted with the premises.: 'A splendid specimen ofgold-bearin g quartz has been fonnd by Bloomfield. ' i Negotiations for the'puirhase of Rich's reefs by a Sydney speculatbr. fdor 7oo000 hake falien through.. . ,In an adjoining claim of Wearne's, recently iaken up ne,,5 : diwt.' piecei'and severa...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

CABLE MESSAGES. (From S4ydney Dail Papers. ) LONDON, April 4. IN the House of Commons this evening, the Rightf Hon. W. E. Gladstone, as Chancellor of the Exchequer, brought forward the Annual Budget...In introducing his statement, Mr. Gladstone announced that the actual revenue for tihe past financial year amounted to £84,662,500, being £2,502,500 in excess of the estimate' made hlis. year... On the other hand, the expendliture made dhiring the same period amounted. to £83,125,6000, or £1I,640,000 above the expehdituire estimated at the time of the introduction of the. last Budget. There is thus a surplus of £937i'56o on the ordinary finance operations -of"the year. The revenue for the current yeir !is estitmated at ?86,ooo000,000ooo, and the expendi ture at £84,687,500, leaving a balance of ,r1,312,500. Mr. Gladstone announced that in view of the surplus thus shown it was pro posed to take off the Id that was added to the income tax of last year (thus reducing the tax from 6d to 5d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

PLOUGHIiNG, .A N'4 person wanting PLOUGHING <NE in .-~,ll lots, apply to I OMAS H. BER lE, wi lioeOardo na. Wanted, iplOGT OR NINE SMART BOYS as! ppren *.'"' tices, at Wood & Co's Boot Facto?y. pply WOOD & CO'S , Auburnostreet. NO ICE. A LbL6TSTANDIN CCOUNTS iponec. . ioB with my late G cery BusinMl/f not settled bj the end of this mot, will be is'PI ine the bs of/sy Solicitor for ecovery. " kI \CAMPBELL. PIGEON MATCH On 19th A IL, Day following the G nin Race Meet g', AT G N I N G FIRST MATO . S ep of 1 soy., birds at , 25 yards r / / General S eeps to fo ow. J. NE WMAN, White Hart Inn, Gunning. VAC NCIES) J ,TO wo or Three R PECTABLE _BRD. %JP__m . Menls at a hours ; a s. "J. ,?.E- ART'S, Clinton street, onlburn. ard and Residence. SC/ANO ES for 2 or 3 Respectableo/ M/ s. S. B. BOLT, Cliffosd.atreet East. BRIDGE HOTEL Corner ABuburn and Goldsmith Streets. T'-H E endsigged having traken the ab' Hontel dsir/to acquaint the public of Goturn and te srfoundin...

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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

·ODDS ABND EN~DS.:'' ThrA therere ae some wicked people at large the following ivl. show :rA miner named Thomas G. Williams received a letter 'from :idel2ong post-office with a hitra ,;sibstanice enclosed.. He had received a threatening ,letterbefore, and opened thisone caiitiously. There was no writing, but a half-sheet of notepaper, containing dynamite~ t";'a per. cussion cap, with a tin-tack pladced in the cap. A post-master stamping the letter would run a risk had he struck tie cap, or the.recipient had lie pressed the tack would have caused an explosion, when destruction and loss of life might have occurred. The matter is in the hands of the police. . A iire occurred on Suniday ni~g!i.t at Wall send:''in' the business premnises of John Hopkins, general storekeeper, resuilting in the total destruction'of the house and stock. The fire consumed the whole premises.. 'The building was owned by Mr. Todd, and was insured for ,-0oo, and the stock, consisting of groceries, glassware, ha...

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BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

BREVITIES. AnresD the Show to-day and to-morrow. Parliament was prorogued yesterday. The show is successful bey .nd measure. Children's procession to morrow. Bazaar and Bruce Anction on Saturday. Goulburu Show formally osened yesterday. Pavilion at the Show crowded with exhibits. Last night a large assembly witnessed the Min strels at the Mechanics'. A large number of country people came to wit ness the show to-day We advi-e little boys and girls not to go too close to the cattle pens at the show. The publico will find seats for their convenience at the Show to-day. Remember Kelly and Lenr's minstrels are ex peeting you this evening at their entertainment. Hiccups are plentiful to-day from the result of last night's entertainment of the minstrels There was a fair number of police at the show ground yesterday ready for service. Owing to the number of advertisements, we are again compelled to hold over the story Trevelyan, but it will positively appear next issue. Holterman's Champion...

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QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

; .- ' } QUEANBEYAN. (F, rom a Correspondent.) \VEATHER. --Winter has set in. On Satur day iand Mondclay molnings last there,were frosts seen in this district by the early risers. The rain has cleared away again. .:; Entertainment:.--On : Saturday .last the .Emlpson Troupe'lgave one ,of their popular Ientertainmeits sinithe Temperance Hall; but 1'tl8 wei very poWd' rl, patronised, although the performance certainly deserved a bumper house.. The singing of Mrs. and Master (Harry Empson whas really .very good, as also were the comic songs and dances of Mr. Empson.i The-whole of the entertainment was very good, and included a piece entitled M"'Mtrimnony," 'whichl had' been written ex ipressl for the'tro iip. C'"i'idicket." On Saturday last the return match .between the Gundaroo and Quean beyan Gricket, Clubs came off on the ground of the latter, and resulted in an easy victory ffor Guindaroo. -IThe number of players re presentingi the Queanbeyan Club was only eight, most of tl'iir good...

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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY, THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

Telegraphic Intelligence. [FROM OUR CORRESPOND,1IS.] SYDNEY, To0n?OAY ELIAs LAYCoC? arrived in Sydney bylthe Lusitania this morning. He has gone home to Shark Island -ome of the representatives of theRiverinadistricts in the assembly are getting up a petition for pre-. sentation to tee Minister for Lauds, requesting that no further authority be given for ring-barking on Crown Lands till the subject can be considered by Parliament. A proclamation, proroguing Parliament to 17th May, was issued late yesterday afternoon. Daniel Bradford, a selector, has been found mur. dered at Demondrille Creek, near Mcrrumburrah. The son of the deceased has been arrested on sus. picion of the murder. The rumovred bushranging case near Wagga has turned out's hoax.

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GOOD TEMPLARS' ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

77'DGr TEMPLARS' AsINIVERSARY. THE Hope of Goulburn L lge of GOod Templars celebratedr their anlivers ,'y by a tea and concert in.the lechanics' Ilnstitute on Tuesday oevening: Th6 large hall was tastefully decorated for the ic. casion with numlerous fligs, gracefully drool ?e:l, in all parts if the hall; while on the walls and front of the balcouy were evergreios interspersed with the laurel, hawthorn, solanumn briar, andi fern leaves, the contrast being really very good. The 'tea was laid out in a minner credlitable: to Mr. Line, the caterer, and between 250 and 300 per., sons partook of it. The tables contained every riequisite to tempt the appetite, andfrom the rapidity with which the viands disappeared, .it would lead one to the conclusion that the company voere enjoying themselves, uand many encomilnis to the caterer were expressed. Tea over, the work of clcariog away the.tables ;commenced, which, by many willing hands,: wams speedily got over, and the hall arranged with seats...

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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

[REUTER'S TELEGRA3IS.] LONDON, ArnoL 6. A ro?s'PIEr bulletin issued by the physicians in attendance on Earl Beaconstield to.:ight states that the present condition of his lordship is more favorable and that he is less prostrate. A. terrible earthquake occurred at Cbio (or Scio) Island, situated south of Mephilene, resulting in the tot l destruction of the chief town and many villages in the surrounding districts. At Athens a grand review was held today be fore King George. Great enthusiasm prevailed, and a warlike feeling contisues throughout the country.

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TUESDAY, APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

TUESDAY, APRIL 5. In the Legislative Council. The President read messages from the Governor,, assenting to the State Children Relief Bill, the Anatomy Bill, and the A;S'.N. Company's Navigation Act Amendfiient Bill. The Liquor Licensing Suspensory Act Continuation Bill was received from the Legislative Assembly, and on the motion df Sir John Robertson the bill was read .,the' first time, and the second reading was made an order ot the day for consideration afte'r the disposal of the general business. The Fisheries Bill was read the third time, passed, and returned to the Legislative As sembly. On the motion of Sir John Robertson it was resolved,-"That so much of the standing orders should besuspended as would preclude the passing of the Appropriation Bill and the Public Works Loan Bill through all their remaining stages during one sitting of the Council." Sir John Robertson moved the second reading of the Appropriation Bill. After some discussion, the motion was ipassed, and the bil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

PLANS, DRAWN F'OR ANY KIND of B LD1NGS. Estimates I given. Terms moderat I.Particulars apply, J J.J. EE, No. 3, Grafton T'errace, Goulburn. H. DAMSIEL, IHair-J?resser, Barber, & 'T'obacco ist AUBURN . STREET, GOULBURN, Near Me Connel's Hotel. Agent for the Sale of Evening Penuiy Post Wan ted, . HOUSE AND PARLOR MAID. Apply d by letter to MRas. FAITBFULI Sprig. field. W:teed. - REPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAJI as £. GONERAL SERV T. Apply at nceto MRs. ,ERCIVAL C. K. ROWE rner. of Bour? and Bradley streets. ,a,,nted. / y SvOD GENERAL SERV ANT. pply, . VERETT, Grafton-street. Was ed, . RONG GIRL, as nerol Serasnt, f e ± couotry; good wages\ Apply, Salutn wanted, A NIOR CLERK; references r~ired. A N'ON AND LANGDON, So~i±o Gou?u . Waqlnted. AT Gillespie's Boot Factory, SIX or E T CHARLES GILLESPIE, Go lt. ?Vtanlted,. A RONG LITTLE GIRL, about l~p 14, Mind a Baby and be otberwise(/ eful. App lb letter to Ms,. BRIDGES, Milpak, Mo-?-" $or 10 Good Stone-breakers W N/ED at once; none but ged h...

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PARLIAMENTARY. MONDAY, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

PA R.iIlAjg -E NLT AAR Y. MVIONDAY, A PRIL 4. IN the3Legislative Councilg : r S.ThRe,.,Presidentii ead amessage from the Legislative Assembly forwardidg the Appro priationaBill. un ', i:bhe, billivasread the first, time .. o ~.'ilti&~'Pr~ide'iirt- read't 'mefsage from ithe Legislative Asseiiilyli forivarding the, Loan This was also rend the first time. . The Mtiiucipal Baths Site Acquisitin Bill. wnas'reeived.elfroni the'ilegislativ?'1 /Assembly' and read the first ,times; ,A ll . .- :; 1 The: Chalpmari's,,Estate ILe'ising ?Bill was read the ithiid time :pissed; aiid rettiirned to7 the Assemblj. r, Ihe,House resolvediitself into Commiittee of- the Vliole f6i ?he fuirthie coisidab; rti?dn of the FisheiiesiBill,, and the; remaining clauses d'?tlie bill and the scledulles wvere passed with verbal' tameiidmneids": The Distsct Courts Act Further Amend meni Bill ~was eceived firom the Legislative Assembly and read.the first iiim'e. :A message from the. Legislative Assembly was rec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

) iArtillery Band! AT NIGHT. GO AND IIEAR THEM. first Grand Show OF WINTER WOOLLENS! A T BUTLER'S, This Day. Bannockburn Tweeds . At BUTEER'S Canadian Tweeds - - At BUTDE 'S Victorian Tweeds At BUTLER'S Scotch Tweeds , ~BUTLE' Fao. y WorSteds I / AtUT Beautiful Coatings At UT S Navy Blue Serges Tll?iLargest Stock in the Southern Districts .* At BUTLER'S 500 Patterns to select from At BUTLER'S CALL IN TO-DAY AND HAVE A LOOK THROUGH VTHE -: LAjplendid Stock ! r8.,.'..:J B yraT TB"TIIaliB"ET I 1,b.: ?i, tinleU t' bbtuuiiSttt~llllett. . S:ale on t e Show-Ground, . I RIDA , APRIL Stir, At tL o'c!ock, ORDER SALE st-Exhibits in haun t and Bloo Horses nd.,-Ditto in Cattle ad Sheep Ud Fat Stock 3Srd.- Horse Stock, &o., ente fo' Sale. - FINL Y & CO. i S;ECIA IOTICE. rFHE/300 NAMS cons ned to uo by I larina Esq., can be i specter betwo¾he hours/oflven and one du o g each sh .y. niApplreiog to Mr. Craig, on t grouands. FINL~ Y AND CO. Please note that these pure-bre rams will be...

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THE GOULBURN A., P., AND H. SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

THE GOULBORN A. P., AhD H, SOOIETY'S SHOW. THE first Show under the auspices of the above society was opened yesterday, when, as was ex pected, it turned cut to be, so far, a grand affair. ':Most of the exhibits were got in positionon Tues day, and from an early hour yesterday morning till about 9 o'clock the horse stock was received; and, until required by the judges for inspection, they were comfortably stabled in sheds with stalls for their use. 'Russes and other vehicles were ruu ning to and fro all the day and evening. The day being fine caused the public to enjoy. themselves, * although some inconvenience was felt at the want -of seats in various parts of the ground d; however, thecommittee have provided for to-day, anl this difficulty has been got over. The grounds pre sented a lively and intesesting appearance. The exhibits outside which received the greatest amount of attention were the horses, of which there were 188 entries, :comprising all the most useful and fancy breed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

BUSHIMAN' Tailoring and ti g ESTABLISH ENT - OLD ARRUS O FLOE. WEEKLY PAYMENTS TAKEN. 'r': "PUBLIC NOTICE. IN thanking my Friends and the Public for their kind patronage during the many ye ar have .arried on the Saddliug Trade in Goulbvnj I brg to inform them that I have THIS rYI DIS. QP0S D.of MY BUSlNE.S To,.. Mu Y, who, fr.m his long practical;exp ece in ial branchr~ of the Trade, I, withi d?ie cc, re om mend.as my successor.. - - i GEOR - MILLER. Goulburn, March 15, 1881. In referenced to the'above,i I beg most respectfully: to inform the Public that nothing-shall.be wanting on mypart'to indrbsed and retaiti the patronage s'o. liberally accorded to my prdecesor, MIR a ILLEi. G. E. A. KENNEY. 1 rTberefore you are spccially rrquested to REMEMBER KENNEY THE SADDLER! GOULBURN, APPRENTICES WANTI D-TERIM, 3 YEA S ..W. W. RICHARDSON, Mechanics' Institute Buildings, GOULBURN, V' watch Manufacturer AND JEWELLE, ,HlAS ALWAYS ON IHAND .? RGE and .I L.VARIED ASSORTMEP ' f '.Watches, Cl cs a...

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GOULBURN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Penny Post — 7 April 1881

GOULBURN ITEIS ' THE Star of the South Lodge Grand United Order of Oddfellows' have issued a very libeiRel pr6grammie of spo'rts for iEaster Mon day, on the Agricultural Sh6owGroiirinds. In addition to the, sports, the Anniversnay pro cession (alw'ajys ain interestingsight) will pass through .the ;principa. streets of the city, accompaniddd with ?"s'le'nIdidid brass band. Thlie day?s oiitifing ill bc varied with dancing, picnicing &c., and in order to show that this order is not:in the leSst" selfish, ithey cordially invite imemibers ofothler Orders of Oddfellows' to join them in the procession, and to render the celebration of the Anniversary as success ful as possible; thle public are admitted to the sho; groutinds for the low price of is children half-Isrice. As people require a little recireation, these, festive seasons make provision.for. such, .and we hope on Easter Moniiday to see stich an attendance befitting to the occasion ofiaii Anniversary celebration of a societ...

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