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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

IT'S &LL NONSENSE ! ! Reputation cannot be stolen. When you see a man enjoying a certain' ; 'reputation you may be sure tlinfc it belongs to him. Our reputation (or >, peeping faith with'the public as regards J «SgQláALlTY. & PRICE/-C "'ïrciongs tó .'us absolutely it is not somebody else's, mislaid^ it isn't a 5&hílfifc;ílt sticks to us. because it belongs to us, and we earnecj'it by giving SATISFACTION, not Sentiments ; FACTS not'Fairy Tales. ::^OU WANT VALUES^ not words. Therefore it is to your advantage to visit Tailoring Department. Our 45/* Suit to measure, with Extra Pair • Trousers : Give« Away,. Federal ClotfijRd House, Auburn-street. Materials JS Indigo Serges, Sergerellcs, and all * Latest Patterns Summer Tweeds / . Your. Source of Siipply for tlie Coming Spring, absolutely NEW GOODS and up-to-date in styles and finish, in Men's, Boys', Youths', & Juvenile Clothing, Hats, Ties, Shirts, Tinder wear, Hosiery, Collars, Umbrellas, Gloves, Han...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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A Remarkable Career. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

A Remarkable. .Career. Melbourne, Friday.—Some remark able personal experiences were related to-day by Mr. J. P. T. Caulfieid, well known as the manager of various institutes for the cure of alcoholism, who applied to the court for a certifi cate of discharge from his insolvency, which occurred in 1883. In support of the application it was stated that Mr. Caulfield's liabilities in 1883, when he was a minor, amounted to ^383, and his assets to 10s. He had since paid up ^171. Applicant, cross-examined, said that ' in 188Û his wife bought a newspaper in Lithgow, N.S.W., for .£850, and sold it for ¿1250. For the next four years he was an hotel brokér. In 1892 lie' opened the Grand Hotel in Perth (W.A.), and was evicted because he could not riieet bills for furniture. He returned to Melbourne "stone broke," and drifted from hotel broking to the insurance business, and finally to curing alcbholists. His Honor : Where ?—In New Zea land I managed the Hagey Institute at ^25 a month and expe...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The Czar's Visit to France. LONDON, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

The Czar's Visit to France. London, Seut. 30. The Czar and Czarina and President Loubet were present at a brilliant re view of French forces at Reims yester day. The Czar, who was on horseback, witnessed a mimic attack, which ended with a splendid charge made by two divisions of cavalry. His Majesty was much interested in the new quick-firing gun, which has no recoil. After the review the Czar and the Czarina were entertained at luncheon. President Loubet said that the French army was proud and grateful for the Czar's presence at the review. His Majesty's interest in the army would be a powerful encouragement to its further efficiency. He (President Loubet) asked the company to drink to the success ot the Russian Army, which was united with the army of France by a profound feeling of con fraternity in arms. The Czar, in replying, roferred to the perfection attained by that brilliant army of France ''Our Friend," and he regarded that army as a powerful sup port nf the principles of e...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

, TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Gundaroo. WARGOD (29). « "RY Carbine(2)—from Hera MSHPv-i bV Thc Drummer (I) from Devotion by Goldsbo flPPW rough <13). Terms :—Ten Guineas a innre, and foals guaranteed. ' Marcs will be met at reasonable distances. Full pedigree and further particulars upon application to GERALD MASSY, Gundaroo. EPINÏCION, By Epigram (imp.) (18) from Lady Betty {9). Terms -¿3 3s., or* ^3 13s. and foals guaranteed. Marcs will be met at reasonable distances. Full pedigree and further particulars upon application to GERALD MASSY, Gundaroo. 1 VISTOR, Pure Clydesdale, by Muir Lad (imp.), from Poppet, by Davy (imp,). Terms :—£3, or £3 12s. and foals guaran teed. Klares will be met at reasonable distances. Full pedigree and further particulars upon application to . GERALD MASSY, Gundaroo. THE ACTIVE DRAUGHT STALLION, The Brewer, I Will travel during the coming season, Through Crookwell, Whceo, Laggan, and Grabbon Gullen. Marcs will also be paddockcd nearCrookwell. npH...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

PROSPECTUS OF" The Werriwa Times Newspaper Company, Lid., (To be registered under-the Companies Acls.) Capital, ^1500, divided into 300 Shares of £5 each, of. Vvliicli 200 are now offered to the public for subscription, payable £2 $»'ón application, and the balance at an interval of noMess than 3 months ïrôm date of formation of Company. . 50 Shares, fully paie! up, will be allotted to the vendor's! Messrs. Locke and Barrett, in full consideration for .the purchase\of the undertaking and business in connection with the present Werriwa Times Newspaper. 50 Shares will be held for the present in reserve, to be hei'affter issued if and when and upon such terms as the Directors may deem expedient. No money is being paid to the Vendors for the purchase of the abovenamed undertaking and business, but al) the capital subscribed will be placed to the credit of the Company, less any expenses incidental to its formation.. The Company shall be deemed to be formed when! 150 Shares have been subs...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XVI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XVI. (Continued.) By doing this she firmly believed that she should set her Bridegroom free to wed whom he pleased. She had seen a neighbour of the Marby's sell his wife for a few shillings, and no one appeared to question .the legality of the transaction ; and though she kissed the ring and cried over it marvelling why there was iuch an im mense difference between her fate and Lavinia Miller's—she accepted that difference meekly, and fell asleep, re solved to do what she believed to be her iluty. But on the morrow the whole house was in confusion for some hours. Lady Miller had insisted on partaking of a favourite dish for lier supper, and was suffering agonies in consequence. It was not till a couple of medical men had been summoned, and she had in sisted on taking an effective farewell of Sir Walter and his daughter, that she could be persuaded to believe that she was in no immediate danger, and ' would find relief from the sedative she had hitherto refuse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

w h n il c. HI UN B J Bourke-st., GOULBIRN," ! Opposite Church Hall, 2 Minutes' from P.O. and Government Offices, Affords exceptional opportunities to .those seeking SUPERIOR BOARD AND RESIDENCE And a Refined Home. Excellent Cuisine. Terms Moderate. Good Stabling.and Coach House. MR. W.i DWÏB,, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & / PROCTOR, Commissioner for Affidavits, MONTAGUE-STREET (over Sands' Sale Yards), GOO LB C RN. VISITS GUNNING FIRST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH. Agent (or Impérial Fire Insurance Co. Limited.

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RECOLLECTIONS OF AN ARQYLE PIONEER. The Early Droving Days. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

RECOLLECTIONS OF AN ARQYLE PIONEER. The Early Droving Days. (Bï CHAS. MoAlisteh, Sehe.) " The old dogs lie a-slceping ¡ and, sincc our hair is white, We'll go no more a-droving so late into the night," —Byhon (adapted). (Continued.') I sad almost forgotten that on the trip ! with the 600 Abercrombie cattle we had one nighty " a night a child nigh j understand the deil had business on his hand," a particularly bad break or stampede, off a camp near the Colombo Oreek on the Billabong plain, not far from the present toyn of Urana. As it was a regular old-time affair, much more exciting perhaps than a modern' cattle rush, I thought, in the absence of a Laureate on the spot, I'd oelebrato the event in more or less crude verse ; so, after musing a bit, " like a dog who hunts in jîreams," I composed the following":— LINES ON A CATTLE BREAK. II Look out on your left" said Mackenzie, " the cattle are off like a streak I Rouse up the camp as you're passing"—his words socmcd to end in a shriek...

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CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

CHAPTER XVII. After all, Lavinía was more to be pitied than her severe young judge imagined. Selfishly eager to secure a good match she certainly was, but there were thorns in her path that rendered it a very trying one to pursue. Ever since the evening when Selby Arden suddenly made his appearance at Chislehurst she had been tormented with suspicions of his sincerity, which to a proud woman, jealous of her rights, were immensely provoking. Not for the world would she have had Stephen Naylor know that his hints startled and irritated her. She endeavoured to be satisfied with the explanation Selby gave of his silence and absence, yet mentally she still brooded over it, and felt that his ac count had not been thoroughly satis factory. For a man to utterly vanish from the sight of everyone who knows him for dajrs together might certainly be ex plained by the fact that he spent those days struggling with the effects of an accident ; yet how very strange that none of his friends were app...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

Old Age Pensions. (By Nice Bot.) Deab Mb. Edito«,— I noticed in Mon day's issus of your valuable journal that "Taxpayer" made a feoble and unsuccessful attompt to apply the gag to "Nice Boy." Before dealing with bis Billy effusion I must heg to be ex . oused for asking space to roply to what . I term food for diseased minds. "Tax payer" leads off by calling your readers' attention to what he regards as my one sided attack on the womanhood suffrage question, yet he does not seem inclined to enter into details or put forth the missing sido, nor docs ho milico any attempt to controvert my assertions, which I openly challenge him to do. Bo nest endeavours to oriticiso my reunu'ke. ro the Old Ace Tensions Act, by. stating that I am not giving duo credit to tho appointed boards. I am not awuTo of uinking any roferonco to thoso worthy officials, for everybody must know that they aro discharging their duties in coniplianco with tho regulations. It appears to me that " Taxpayer" is simply se...

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Windellima. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

Windellima. (FiioM o im Cobbespondest.) The ton meeting Hud bazaar for tho purpose of raising funds to purohuse a now organ for St. linrtholomow's Oburob was held licro to-dny (Salurduy). Although cuul and cloudy, thory was a largo attendance, fully two hundred being present, many having dome con siderable distances. At timo of writing there .is every reason to. believe that tho proceeds will bo sufficient for tho intended 'purpose. Full particulars by uoit mail.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

, Wanted, A FIRST-CLASS COAT-MAKER. BAR RETT & CO., 20g Auburn-street. WANTED, LADY Canvassers for inland towns all through the Commonwealth (or articles in great demand, and particularly in Lady's line. Liberal Commission. Apply MOWBRAY R CO., 293 Auburn-street, Goulburn. E. ASHLEY °UOR Best Bread and Pastry. Wedding Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and Socials catered for. E. ASHLEY'S T'EA ROOMS, 73 Auburn-street, next A N.8.W. Bank. Country patrons receive every attention. Pot of Tea and Refresh ments 6di TO LET. Garfield villa."—Apply j. Graham, Market-street, or E. Gkaiiam, Currawang, Wanted Immediately, HPENDERS for Supply of Several Hundred A BAGS of PIT CHARCOAL, delivered at the Company's Buildings. Apply THE AUGYLE CO-OPERATIVE CENTRAL DAIRY CO., LTD., Marlrcl-strcst, Goulburn, It fea0íadTli|ie "When Spring unlocks the Flowers' . v\-. lo paint the laughing soil." ' ' : P. LEYNE'S Famous.'Drapery Establishment has taken unto itself a . ... bright aiiiH radiant app...

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Cricket in England. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

Cricket in England. In the oricket season just closed two tecorils were broken. The aggregate icoie of eacli of sine baUmen oxcoedod two thousand runs, and 11 batsmen mado an average of over £0 runs per innings. The following are the aggregato scores and tho averages of some of the principal criokoters:—Abel, aggregate 3809 runs, average 55 j Fry, aggre gate 8147, average 78 ; 'Tyldesloy, aggregate 3041, average 65 ; *Hay ward, aggregate 2535, average 50; Ranjitsinhji, aggregate 2468, average 70 ; *Quaife, average 56 ; *McGaliey 48, 'Jones 46, *Jessop 40, *LilIey 39, •Gunn 36, 'Braund 36, *Garnett 35, •MacLnren 31, »Robson 15, *Blythe 6. The bowling averages are—Rhodes, •251 wickets, average 15 runs per wicket ; Hirst, 183 wickets, average 16 runs per wicket ; *Hay\vard, 30 wickets, 20 runs per wicket ; *Blytlie, 93 wickets, 23 runs per wicket ; *Quaife, 44 wicketü, 23 runs per wicket ; •Gunn, 02 wickets, 28 runs por wicket ; •Jones, SG wickets, 27 runs por wicket ; *M'Gahey, 52 wic...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Two Children Down a Well. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

Two Children Down a Well. A telegram from. Mudgce reports ■ that two children of Mr. Echvard Fitzpatrick, of Wollar, had a narrow escape. Three children, a girl 15 Írears old, a boy 14 years old, ntid a ittle one 18 months old, were playing close to their parents' residence. The baby wandered away from his brother and sister, who were greatly alarmed as they saw him disappear down an old well hole, 37ft. deep, which Mr. Fitzpatrick had sunk two years ago without striking water. At the bot tom were some few inches of water and mud, the result of the recent rain, which had drained into the shaft. On the brace was a windlass, with the rope attached, which had been used in sinking the well. The boy got on to the rope, and his sister commenced to lower him down with the object of rescuing the little one. When a few feet from the surface the rope, which bad become rolten through exposure to the weather, snapped, and the boy fell a distance of about 30ft. to the bottom, where lie lay stunn...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The Late President McKinley. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

. The Late President McKinley. A memorial service was held in S, Saviour's Cathedral last evening, and was attended by a large congrégation. Evensong was chanted by the Rev. F. A. Thorns. Special lessons were read. The anthem was taken from Lord Tennyson's poem, Crossing the Bar. Both the hymns sung were favourites of the late President, My God, My Father, and Nearer My God to Thee. The sermon was preached by the Rev. Canon Martin, who took for his text, St. Matt, xxvi, 4a. He said no event since the death of our late Queen had struck so deep a note of sympathy among the English people as the death of President tfc Kinlcy. Under any circumstances the pass ing away of a man of so distinguished a position was the subject for regret, but when the cause was considered it became a matter (or the deepest sorrow, and called Christians to try to learn the message God would teach by such an event. There was no doubt that as in the past God taught lessons from pass* ing events, so He did in t...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

THE GUN: GOULU!;!«* ßPAHKOW SttOOTlKti Cl.UU.— For the club's £2$ open handicap, shot oft on Saturday at the Olympic Ground, there were about 70 entries. The shooting began at 12 o'clock in the presence of about 60 shooters and spectators. During the 'afternoon light showers somewhat interfered with the shoot ing. The* club met with a peculiar mishap in the loss of about 200 birds, which by some means effected their escape from a tempo rary cage. For the match two nominations were allowed, and this was largely availed of by competitors. The club's boundary is about 45 yards, and handicaps from 15 (627 yards. Shooters were charged 3d. for cach sparrow. . Owing to the loss of sparrows pigeons were used to finish the match. Three sweeps were shot 'off, the first and second with sparrows, the third with pigeons. The first "sweep was divided by Shaw, Dalglish, O'Halloran, and Frost, with 4 birds each. The second sweep was divided by "Texas," Badgery, P. H. Cooper, Dalglish, " Modini," Wo...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Marulan Station. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

Maculan Station. Mr. Rose is informed that the Truck ing Yards at Manila» will be altered by enlarging movable loading boards and racc gates. Mr. Barrett and Mr. McAlister, both of Bungendore, who were very .ill last week, have now so far recovered as to be able to leave their rooms. An extraordinary animal has been caught and kept as a pet at Murrum bong Estate, Wellington. It has the head and ears of a rabbit but its body is covered with long silky hair similar to that of an Angora goat. Mr, Samuel Hordorn has signed 50Q daims, totalling about-- £800,000, on 48 insurnnco offices, in connection with the roccnt fire. In the case of the sudden death of William Ballanlyne Tankard, who was found dead in his bed at the residence of his son-in-law (Mr. Long'inore), June?, on Thursday, an inquiry was held which showed that death was due to failure of the heart's action, Deceased was 67 years of age,

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Salaries of School Teachers. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

Salaries of School Teachers. Regulations relating to the salaries of public school teachers (framed by tho Public Service Board) are. published in " Government Gazette--' No. 785, The salaries of male classified teachers include the following :—For a teacher in charge of a school of the first class—For an average attendance, boys' department, 500 or over, £400 ; for an average attendance, boys' de partment, 400, but under 500, £375 ; for an average attendance, boys' de partment, under 400, £350. The salaries of school mistresses include the following ¡—School of the first class, infants' department, ,£194 ; average attendance of 400 or over, girls department, ^380 ¡ average attendance below 400, girls' depart ment, ^250. The following proviso is also pub lished :—" Provided that a mistress of an infants' department of a first-class school at the date of the passing of the regulations of May 5,1898, who holds a iA certificate, shall be entitled to receive £26 a year more than the sal...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Werriwa Times. MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 1901. EXPEDITING BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

Werriwa Times. MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 1901. EXPEDITING BUSINESS. We haro' had of late two very pronounced illustrations of the deter mination on the part of the Government to push on1 with business in a manner which -must commend itself to the country. First of all the Premier made it olear to the House, when the Womenta Suffrage Bill was under, consideration, that he would tolerate no obstruction qr tinkering with the measure. ' He gave members to under stand that the Ministry, having a lengthy and important programme on hand, would not pormit anything to stand in tho way of giving tho earliest possible o fleet to the wishes of the country for tho completion of that programme. True, tho domand for the Womon's Suffrage Bill has not been of snoh a prcsaing character as to call for moco than ordinary hasto in its treat ment liy Parliament. A«, however, delay over that particular ploce of legislation would mean tho postpone ment of other measuros that involve issues of a vory serious conseq...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Week Day, . Day of Month. Sun Rises. Suniî Setsj Moon Rises. Moon Sets; Sept 22 s 45 S SI il 58 12 55 Monday. >• 23 S 44 S SI p.m. 139 Tuesday .... . ». 24 5 42 5 52 i 54 2 22 Wednesday s 40 .s 52 2 50 3 2 Thursday... 11 20 S 31 S SI 3 51 3 41 Friday ...... » 27 S 4» S t 418 Saturday.... 1, 28 S 37 S 55 6 4 59

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