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Clearing the Country, [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

Clearing the Country, Major-General c. E. Knu.v, during a ton days; clearance of the Thaba 'Xchu-IJethulic districts of the Orange Kiver colonv, captured Field-Cornet I'rctogpus, 126 waggons, 1621 head of cattle, and 04,300 sheep. Colonel K. H. H. Allenby recently surprised j a Boer commando at Wagonstádt Spruit. Sharp lighting resulted in six of the eneinv being killed, four captured, and three left wounded on the field.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Steyn's Last Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

Stcyn's Last Hope. Ex-President Stevn lias directed tliat Thursday and Friday, the 8th and yth inst., beset apart throughout the "Orange Free i State " as days of humiliation and prayer. 1

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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A Midnight Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

H Alidnight Adventure. Further details arc to hand in connection with the encounter on the 2ist inst., between a raiding column under Commandant Kruit zinger and 300 British under Colonel Evre Crabbe among the mountains near Cradock. When their horses were stampeded the British found themselves without guns, out* numbered by two to one, and surrounded by Boers. After fighting hard during daylight Colonel Crabbe took advantage of the darkness and escaped by creeping with his men at the dead of night through the enemy's lines. Ultimately, Colonel Crabbe's column reached Mortimer, a few miles south of Cradock, with very slight loss.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Cape Colony Raiders. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

Cape Colony Raiders. The main force of the Boer raiders now in Cape Colony.is confined within a quadrilate ral formed by a line drawn from Beaufort West to De Aar (say 150 miles) on the west, from De Aar to the Stormberg (140 miles) on the north, from theStormtJergtoQueenstoWn (60 miles) on the east, and from Queenstown to Beaufort West (250 miles) on the south. The commandoes are split into numerous small bodies of from 10 to 150 men. • Another group have scattered laagers in the Herschel and Aliwal North districts, be tween the Storinbcrg and Orange River Colony. .1 A smaller collection is in hiding among the hills 10 the westward. Everywhere throughout the disturbed dis tricts {which arc the pick of the Cape Mid lands) the farmers support the enemy. Many of the " poor whites" throughout Cape Colony arc joining the commandons in order to seize opportunities for looting. The Standard Bank of South Africa is closing those of its brandies throughout the disturbed districts which are ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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SOUTH AFRICA. The Grant to Earl Roberts. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

SOUTH ÄFRiea. The Grant to Earl Roberts. London-, Thursday. The ' House of Commons dealt yesterday with the King's Message recommending that a grant of iioo.ooo be made out of public funds to Field-Marshal Eárl Roberts, in récog nition of his services to the Empire. Mr. A.J. Balfour, Leader of the House, and First Lord of the Treasury, delivered a re markably dignified andfciicitious speech. He warmly eulogised Earl Roberts' bold and original strategy during the South African Campaign, maintaining that without his cour age, foresight, and promptitude, the country would have suffered much humiliation and /oss of prestige. . Sir Henry Campbcll-Banncrman, Leader of the Opposition, added his testimony to that of the Leader of tfie House. He admitted that the country owed a deep debt of gratitude to Earl Roberts. • Mr. John Dillon, several other Irish Nation alists, Mr. Henry Labouchere,.and a few of the more extreme Radicals, assailed the Field Afarshal's conduct of the war. . Ultimatel...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Mr. Reid and His Party. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

Mr. Rcid and His Party. The great leader of the Irish party, Charles Stewart Parnell, was, ill the hour of historic downfall, which so agitated- the political world a little more than • a decade ago, accused of never having taken his followers into his confidence. A somewhat similar charge is now being made by a section of the .Opposition against Mr. G. H. Reid. They complain that he never calls a meeting, and that as a conse quence they are frequently in the dark as to his attitude upon important matters. Any attempts by his sup porters to extract information from him meet with but scant success. The result is that as time goes on the dis united condition of the Opposition be comes more and more apparent. Those who sit behind the high priest of the '' jolly and fat " doctrine, in the absence of any signal from him, act upon their own initiative, with some times peculiar results, There is a depressing gloominess in the ranks of the Opposition, and Mr. Keid has fallen a victim to the...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

$¡1 RECTORY. THE SIMPSON' CO., Oil, Color, ¡ind-Lcact Merchants, 269 Auhuru-ütrcot. SAM BAILEY, Verïier-street, Stoveand Oven 'Maker and General Agricultural Blàck. <•. smith, T. J. BUCK, House, Land; and Commission •:Agent, Slonne-slrcct, Gou^burn. Rents and Debts Collected. LAKE'S LIVERY STABLES, Clifford-sti Goulburn. Vehicles of every description always on hire. W. R. McLEAN, i;3 Auburn-slrcct, Goul burn, House Shoer mul General Black • smith, Agricultural and Karin Implement C ¡> Maker. Repairs promptly executed. Horse-shoeing a speciality. •AYLING & PRYKIS, Stock, Station, Housci .... Land, and General Commission Agents •' ' '' • Herald Chambers (opposite Post & Tele graph Oflice), Auburn street, Goulburn. '•J:*TURNER, Goulburn Marble Works, Ver ner-strecf, Lowest Prices. Designs posted free on application, Ht^ERGMARK; 0. (First Honors in Examina tió'n N.S.W.), Chemist and Druggist, rl.yAuburn-street,.Goulburn. -■ Eí'LV MATHE\V, Chemist arid Denti...

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PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

PITHY PARS. The Bore \Var. Old age pension day. Censure motions ensure delay. Publicans must not supply O. A. pensioners with drink. Gouiburn district produces tiger cats, hares rabbits, and foxes, » Which looks as though we were becoming quite English. Gouiburn had its first draw of old age pen sions yesterday. Queanbeyan has had a herd of pigs rooting up the street. Local industry. Judging by the appearance of aur exchanges the fourth estate has been celebrating the snow with a clash in it. An old resident prophesies that in a few years N.S.W. will be given over to the mort gagées—the rabbits, and the old age pen sioners. Queanbeyan has long suffered from a de termined tribe of goats. They attend meet ings, trip old people, cat postersi and provide ghosts for half the families about. It is understood that an English syndicate will shortly re-open Captain's Flat mines and that aboYit'2000 men will be employed. Temora papers describe the 4111. snowfall there as " a very strange phen...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Week Day. Day of Month. St/i rS • Sunday...... July 2S 6 50 í 12 2 3 3 36 *? Monday •i 29 6 50 5 12 3 2Ï 4 2S /. -Tuesday.... H SO b 4c ■S i? 4 2-1 5 n i,' Wednesday ». 3I 0 4i 5 i-l S 2l> 5 55 Thursday... Aug. i t> 4'> S i-I b 27 b 30 "i -Friday • ö 47 7 .il 7 "i -•.•Saturday.... •t. 3 6 46 5 iö a 34 7 53

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The Censure Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

The Censure Debate. The whole of the time in the Legislative Assembly on Thursday was taken up with the debate upon (he Address-in-Heply to the Governor's speech. Air. Holinan was the first to take the iloor, and he specially referred to the allegations of extravagance on the part of Ministers, The expenditure of sending troops to South Africa was, he said, evidently necessary ; and although he.'opposed federation he agreed that it wak only lilting that the union of the 1 colonies should he celebrated in a becoming manner. It was somewhat of a surprise to members that the treasurer should rise apparently tu answer Mr. Holman, but Mr. WaddellV speech took a wider range, and he replied to some of the strictures which had on previous occasions been levelled against the Govern ment by Mr. Ashton and other members. Matters in connection with the treasurer's advance account were explained, and as regarded the resumptions of the foreshores the House was informed that great care was take/i,...

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Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, AUG. 2, 1901. THE CONVENTION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

: • Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, AUG. a, 1901. THE CONVENTION SCHEME. ■ Dchin'q the first day's debate on the motion of censure, Mr. Ashton began his onslaught on the Government benches by criticising their proposals^ for a Convention, as a means of carry ing out, constitutional reform. Con ' sidering that the Bill was not then ..before the Mouse, and that the matter had nothing to do with Mr. Lee's amendment, the criticism referred to was rather premature. It serves to show, however, that ihu promised measure is certain to attract consider able notice as soon as it comes before the House. In the absence of the Bill itself, some indications of its probable scope may be found in one introduced .■by the Victorian Premier in the local Assembly a few days ago, for an exactly similar purpose, There, it is apparent on the face ol the dis cussion to which it gave rise that it is an outcome of the long-standing conflict between the two Houses, provoked or occasioned by the liberal use of the veto...

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FOR THE LADIES. FROM OUR LADY CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

FOR THE LHOIÉSi Fnoii; oDB Lady CoRKEsroNDENT. It has; been rather a slow : week, socially speaking, although there have been sévéral small dances to keep us •alive. It is horribly cold, too, and .everyone is frightened of a cold be .'çaûsë it"might bring,pneumonia in its "'train. Pneumonia is raging in Sydney : just now. Heard of a smart-looking, • bright, fresh girl the other day who had a slight cold. In three days she was dead—of pneumonia i But they do 'say that Melbourne is-, far worse than Sydnéy—pretty well a-; death trap, in fact, and the writer is glad that she isn't the wife of a Federal Senator who has to sit at home and wonder how hubby is getting on, and liow far his , life insurance policy will go towards covering the cost of mourn ing, funeral exes, and so on. . And a Sydney friend just returned from a trip to the country tells me that at a concert she went to up there, the audience shivered almost audibly all throughout the programme. Kept its wraps on and rolled it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

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A Protestant Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

A Protestant Federation. Whites tie Daily Telegraph In the firBt enthusiasm oí their union, con Bummat8d.aftor.Bo maijXy.earB of effort, the first general assembly of tlici Pres byterian Church on Monday proceeded to consider the prospects of a general union of all the protestant churches in Australia. The overture, which came from the Now South Wales Presby terian assembly, asked for the appoint ment' of an influential committee to draft a scheme for tho federation of as many as possible of tho protestant churches of Australia, with power to confer with the representatives of othor churches, so as to promote closer fellow ship and organised co-opsration. It was genorally concodcd that such a union would be productivo of great good, hut the difficulties in the way seemed overwhelming. Even for the sake of union, Professor McDonald, of the Ormoiid college, declared he could never bo anything but a Calvinist, and ho could not sacrifico Galvanism for union, as might bo asked. Howevor, ...

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KILLED IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

KILLE» IN ACTION. Wi: regí il to announce the of Serjeant í). tí.irivít. "Í the N.SAV. Uu-hmcnV Con tingent, at kcitliMiU'iii, on the iMli February last. The di.ceased's name was published fOiííc flii/rt tunc since amongst those who were killed in action, but there appeared to be »otne doubt about the name. Since then more definite iuMrmatimi has been received bv liif* friends. He was the »on of the late Mr. Thomas Barrett, and grandson oí Mr. Thomas Barrett, one oí the lirsi settlers at Keidsdale, oí which place Sergeant D. Barrett I was a native, and where he resided at theJ time he joined the contingent. He was a: fine stalwart young fellow, and well known I and highly rcspeeted throughout the district. I Mr. Thoinai Barrett, Iiis brother, a farmer at1 Keidsdale, informs us that just prior to his death he was offered a commission in the imperial army, which he would have most likely accepted had lie lived. This is the second young man from the Braidwood dis trict who has lost Iii...

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THE CHISHOLM ESTATE. Plaintiff's Appeal Dismissed. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

1 THE CHISHOLM ESTATE. Plaintiff's Appeal. Dismissed. The Full Court,- consisting of the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Owen, and Mr. Justice walker, delivered judgment yesterday in the suit Chisholm v. ..Chisholm, in which, the plaintiff appealed . trom art Equity decision. The facts of the case were reported early this week. The Chief justice, after reciting the facts at considerable length, said that Mr. Justice A. H. Simpson, who heard the case, said dis tinctly that he did not believe that the plain tiff in any portion of his evidence endeavour ed to deceive the. court. The court knew however that where persons' own interests were involved, and when questions arose con cerning them, how readily they could per suade themselves, and honestly persuade themselves, that certain transactions had taken place, which in point of fact were really the imagination of their own brains. The plaintiff may have been persuaded in that way. The probability was that in 1895 all the parties had forgot...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Old Age Pensions' Pay Day. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

Old Age Pensions' Pay Day. The government lias arranged with the Bank of New South Wales for the payment of old-age pensions through out New South Wales, and the first monthly payment was made yester day. The claims to be met in the country districts total over 14,250, and ¡11 the metropolis and suburbs between Ö000 and 7000. Applicants must pre sent their certificate and receipt forms. The latter can be filled up previously, with the exception oÇ the signature, which irçust be written in the presence of the liank's officials. The certificates, which will be endorsed 011 the back with the amount of the payment, must be produced at the next pay. In those •inland towns where the Bank of New South Wales has not got a branch, .and cannot . get. repre sentation at othçr banks, pay ment will be made by money orders. A commencement was made at the local branch of. the N.S.W. Bank yesterday, special arrangements being made for the purpose, so as not to in terfere with the regular banking bu...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

SPORTING. FOOTBALL. The Warrigal team foe Gunoingto-morrow will be—Debnam, Brew, Jobson, Hughe*, Heath, Slocomhe, Edwards, Dwyer.Maloncy, McFndzoan, Cahill, hon, Muirhcad, Kawcliffe, Prykc. Wallaroo H will be «elected from the /«>!• lowing—'Tophani, Harris, Sniiih, Giddv, Gronau, Grant, McDonncll, Iîrady, Hretnall, Haddon, Wilson {2), Stevenson,* McD0ug.1l, Frost, Lobb, Mollis, McStillea. Wallarroo team against Collector—W. Kogan, Kohui'ls, Bolton, W. Chard, Dohertv, Rvan, MeDougal, Gulson, Wettig, Kreiner, Forrester, Bridges, Kogan, Kiehardson, Hol dorf and Poole. The Fusilier team will be—Heath, Jobson, Barnes, Evans, Weckes, Heath, Walker, Harpyr, Casey, Roots. Henville, Newtfng,, Mullancy, Beèker, Detmain ; emergencies, 1 Edwards, Challenger, Vaughan. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

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