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NEW CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901

NEW CHURCH. A TEN'DER has been accepted for the erection of a Roman Catholic Church at New Country Flats, at a cost of £140 Between £10,000 and ^12,000 worth of buildings are at present going up in Coota mundra, mid more are in contemplation. A Sydney newspaper, addressed to a Tarcc resident, wa-i opened a few days ago at the Wingham Post-office, when a pair of scissors, a child's frock, and a silk handkerchief were found wrapped in it. Victorian potatoes are now to be admitted across the border into Kivcrina, except when they are diseased. . The Rov. J. Fulton, at l'addington yesterday, appealed to all Australians to support the federal government in its proposed postal legislation. A visit is to be paid by the State Minister for Agriculture to Glen Inties, respecting the proposed estab lishment of a model farm there. The trouble in the baking trade continues. The employers claim that commencement at the uniform hour of 10 p.m. is impossible. Mr. Logue, who until twelve months ago ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SHEARING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901

THE SHEARING SEASON. Narraum, Saturday.—The roll was called at Killamey to-day, when about 300 hands mustered. Mr. W. F. Buchanan stated that he would pay £t per 100 to shearers, and 25s and found to shed hands. A full board of 60 shearers then engaged their cook, and the proceedings concluded with a hearty cheer for Mr. Buchanan. Hay, Saturday.—A shearing difficulty has arisen atthe Ulonga station in conscquencc of the refusal of the shearers to commence work under the Pastorales' Union agreement, and shearers and shed-hands (between 60 and 70 in number) have left the station. Regard* ing the difficulty, Mr. A. S. Fashcr, AAV.U. agent at Hay, received the following telegram from Mr. Donald MacDonell, M.L.A., this afternoon " Notify that I have obtained the promise of the Labor Commissioners to re fuse to send any men to country districts to assist the pastoralists in thoir struggle with I the union, Send word to Narrandcra." I

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901

Our Special Wire/ SYDNEY, Monday Afternoon. , Glorious weather prevails. < There is a large atterflTance at the Friendly Societies' sports.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901

COMMERCIAL. svdvkv iminiifrw mahkktu The following quotation* on wharf and cx rail refer only to the wholesale trade, and are subject to concessions for shippers' parcels Oats.—Prime New Zealand feed, li grade, 2s id to 2s 2d ; medium, C grade and rejects, is tid to is jod ; milling oats, ss 3d. Local, prime 2s, medium, dark samples, is 9d. Chaff.—Local, prime £3 10s to £3 15s, extra prime £4to £4 53; medium £3 2s6d to £3 7s Gd, very inferior from £2 26 6d. Ade* laulc: Prime,''£3 15s to £4 per ton. Straw.—Derrick : Local, good quality, £2, bundle, prime £2. Victorian C2 5s per ton. Potatoes. — Tasmauian Circular Heads, prime £610s to £015s, dark skins, from ,665s; New Zealand, ucrwenU prime £$ 10s to £5 15s, inferior £s 5s; Early Noses £$ 15s jo £6 per ton. Butter.—Finest creamery, is; factory, lid to is; dairy, lod ; pastry tijd to Qd; Pas teurised, is ojd per lb, Cheese. — Local: Loaf, 5jd; second qualities, from 4|d to 5d ; prime large, 5d* to 5}d ; rough and inferior, from 4d ; ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901

wanted, A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT, apply personally or by lelter at once to mrsi • T. J. Frost, Victoria Hotel, Buugonia. Cottage To Let, 3 ROOMS and Kitchcn, wafer laid on. T« H UXTADLE, Grafton-streel. Goulburn Labour League and Debating Club. THE WEEKLY MEETING of the above will be held TO-NIGHT (MONDAY) in the Lodge-room, Manchester Unity Hall. All members and intending members arercque» ted to attend at 8 o'clock sharp. Subject (or debate—"Monarchy v. Reputw licanism." Mr. Clancy will affirm that Republicanism it the better system of the two, EDWARD LONG, fcrw. II. J. T1SDALE, Hon. Sec. FOR SALE, A THOROUGHBRED FOX TBR. IilKH, son of a noted rrife-ldkerf—■ Apply Office or this Paper. J. H. ROGAN Prize Coachbullder, Auburtt*strut« Goulbura, A WARDED eighteen First and Second Prizes at Ihe following showsSydney, Goulburn, Gunning, Crookwclt, and Taralgi, (or best Buggies and Sulkies. WRITE FOR PRICE LIST. AT BONDI, rTO-LET, FURNISHED, lor three months large House and Grounds, with c...

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LONDON, Sunday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901

LONDON, Sunday Afternoon. A smart skirmish ocourred between - • tlio Boors and the BritishioUthwardsof Aliwal north, on tho. 14th ult.- "Warni. • figlitiug continued for eight hours. GOO of tho enomy under Commandant Fouclio occupiod tho surrounding hills, and fired on a dotaohmont of Oon uauglit Eatigcrs undor Lieutenant Colonel Moore. Tho Bangers wen escorting a convoy, and had one maxim, which did splendid work. While faring heavy firo tho Bangers gallantly stormed the hill, The Boers, finding thcmsolvcs outflanked, fell back into a donga, and continued tlio conflict until fc'iold-Cornut .Olivier was fatally wounded. The "Standard" states that ex President Krugcr cherishes the illusion that the coming meeting of the Kaiser and Czar will help the Boer cause. Rimington's guides have captured a • portion of Commandant Steenkamps convoy at Klip River, also two waggons and 2000 cattle in the Lindley district. The little Englander organ, the " Daily News" stated yesterday that the fron...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GIRLS (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

GIRLS (Continued). I used lo wink at every girl That passed along tlie street j I'd put my left eve out of joint, If many girls I'd meet. But now—I never wink at nil; I'm like a blooming elam ; Especi'lv if it's chopping day, And I'm behind the pram.

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LORD ROBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

LOUD ROBERTS, If this gentleman to whom England has just voted £ 100,000, lives sparingly and keeps to Ills teetotal principles! lie should be able to jog along fairly well without an old age pension. Tlie big Federal Drake does not take kindlv to the Ducklings in his department. He thinks—or at any rate he says—that one man is equal to two women in departmental work. How will he fare when the franchise is ex tended to the Ducks in general! I suppose he will quack differently then.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

GIRLS. The Sydney gill, and the Bathurst girl, . And the girl from lnverell, The Orange girl, and the Wagga girl, ' Xo doubt, arc very well. But the girl that's dear, is the one that's near; The girl that one can see, The laughing dear, that a cove can hear, The Goulburii Girl for me. Speaking of girls—but hang it!—here's my wife a coming. - Those.who said that the removal of so many of our' politicians to the Federal area had taken the strength from the State Parliament, ijiust since the Censure Debate confess them selves woefully mistaken. There was as inueh "strength " as ever in the able remarks of a personal character passed between "honor able " members. Some of the new members proved themselves a lower of " strength ** in this respect. We are Waiting for a strong speaker to arise and stamp out the miserable farce of men, supposed to be gentlemen, calling each other " fools," " liars,' u lunatics," and other low down names and simply withdrawing the expressions. In ordinary re...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

CRICKET. .1 have not seen any reference to Gonlburnlt; negotiations' for a visit from the English cricketers this year. Surely auch an important centre as Goulburn is not to be passed over 1 This leads me to remark upoq the dearth of support accorded this noble game in this city.' Knees, football, sparrow shooting, and snowballing iind ready support, while the king • of games is allowed to vanquish. Is' it the apathy of. cricketers themselves, or the unusual lack of interest by the general public, that causes this thus* ncss'?' What has become of the rumo^to set down a turf wicket ? Perhaps Goulburn will bestir itself so as to be in a position to invite the visiting team of the year 2000 i . I am sure the cricketers of Goulburn would like to see the English..cxponcn(s of.tbe.game on. their own ground,* but it makes.'them blush to introduce strangers to the 'sheep walk that constitutes their best "oval." Poor little Collector can boast of a ground infinitely superior to Goulburn's be...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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PUTTING ON "HAIRS." [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

PUTTfNG'Oft t! HAIRS." Pass .the butter gently Mabel, Shove'it lightly through the air'; In'the coHier ofthe.dish, lovef- • • You will find a nut-brown liair. • '• * Lovingly J strbked those tresses, • .* • Tn the Happy days gone:by.; •♦•••• • . , Now I strike them every meaMimc, "r * 'In the butter or the pic. After the workmen engaged in the demoli tion of the Hordern buildings have destroyed most of the houses in Sydney nnd injured ilie remainder, knockcd the G.PiO. tower intc Circular Quay, and reduced the population of Sydney aboulone»third, they may go aboui the work in an intelligent manner—wonderful how clumsily "experts" do things, as com pared with ordinary beings!

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SPARROWS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

SPARROWS. The* number of sparrows''in the GoulbUfn district is 9,471,643—and more expected. These little computations hddazestto onc't life., Apart altogether from the utility of the thing there is the exercise to mind and'body It may be simple enough in thb case of -rab bits, but in the casc ot ?parrows:onc has to be smart to avoid co'unfmg'tfie sambonetwick

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MIDDLE ARM. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

MIDDLE ARM. (PjlOM A COUIIESI'OXDENT.) I Up to the present, Mr. Editor, I have [ seen no news from Middle Ann, and though not much of a scribc, rather than see Middle Arm forgotten, I will send news myself. The Farm.—Farming in this district is rather a dead letter at present. The floods last July, and the big storm in January, the former taking most of the grain crops, and the latter all the potatoes, put rather a damper on farm ing on the river. It is estimated that about £2000 worth of potatoes were destroyed by the January storm. Truly the " man on the land " has a rosy time of it. Not long ago, an officer from the health department was round and told us,to do a lot of things to dairys, etc., otherwise our licenses would be cancelled. We are'a- law-abiding lot' of people, we people 011 the land j but when we are told to build a ioft.x 10ft. fly-proof dairy, one begins to think the law is a "hass." Mind you, it must be that size, if you only have 40 acrcs and milk 5 cows. And the...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Original Notes. RABBITS. [THE Editor of this paper has kindly given me permission to flop about in this column pretty much as I like. I therefore have much pleasure in flopping.] [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

Original Notes. (By "The Lyiie.") [TilB Editor of this paper has kindly given me permission to Hop about in' this • column preltyinuch as I like. I there , fore have much pleasure in flopping.] KAUBITS. Molong report.-; tiio possession of 5,000,00c of these frisky little animals in its district This is an average of about a* million rabbit* per head of the human-population. The computation shows an energy on the part 61 the live people of Moldng and district that u worthy of emulatioih

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

•noT^ira! JoiJSjnt pus sn.oi.mds jo axB^aq. pue ptnuq S.1MHH IVNUDIHO 3Hi ^inqo. noK 3.ms a^M •j#k>j4WUi ©Ml uo issq niii o<i ij panjuipo /([osioijuti s{ pas 'ouqi jo }sai am yoy»s acq •ujnqinof) }u avuo pejnjoujnuutM ej i[aiq» *ATNO <I3ClMric! OWOl^H • «1 tonM IVNIOIHO :iMX?o»^oi|?nnioasoj,fnwoBaaapui.LoriJi)ncBJoniojsno Jtsqi Q'ijjiiuj o; ojisap iarj) 'ojufaujnuuut Jioq? jo fl'itJjrtf s'r 51° vassal £tsio<i c.nr sJsp.MO.i .'lur^a jouajat jcql sstiava aaarxminosj '"s^crEi-a <s.ssisa IVtJiOitlO S.1NHH Jo«JOJn;oiijnniiitsqU'"lSi'S[-»oi^oTnoioitroDSau«ilii •J\JOIJL fj V? 3 -»iitt>;Hif! v "np;vm ui oni:.n.M(!xo js.irj snj jo ^us.oi ;n[ i iu ji.-iut.uoq si 'a3QA\Od OMI>lVa S.INOH HVNISIUO SHijo «!) «SniAvii'-iojoaissoaij v. in-ulnsWl LRMR & STEWART, Clinton-street, Goulburn, Steam Manufacturers of Waggons, Vans, Drays, Spring* ,v ©arts, and Sulkies. WE KEEP tliu LARGEST STOCK out of Sydney of ABSOLUTELY DRY TIMBER, without whi...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

SPORTING. " THE TURF. Warwick Farm Races.—The bank holiday meeting al Warwick Farm on Moiiday was .favored with splendid weather, and a large attendance. Results:— Hurdle Race,-2 miles : Linden I, Berifidick 2, Pebble 3. Woii by 4 lengths. 3:53}* >Three Year Old Handicap, I mile : Prince Bnllcr 1, Oblivion 2, Nymagee3. Splendid finish ; head win. J45. •• Farm Stakes, 6-furlongs: Beauclcrc 1, CT.MiS. 2,'Hazel Girl ,3. -Won:; by .6 •lengths, t.ifij.-. u Warwick Handicap,'1 jnih";, 24 .furlongs : Leapfrog :, Br.'izcu Lad 2, West Australian" 3. Won by a lengw. 2.17. Pace Weller, 6 furlongs : Deauclerc I, Por tague 2,' Rock Gun 3. Won easy by eight lengths. 1.17. . • .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

DIRECTORY. THE SIMPSON cpt, Oil, Color, and Lead Mcrchams/aifyAuhtirn-street. • r "rrpi — : • SAM BAILbY, Verher-street, Stove and Oven Maker ;ind General Agricultural Black smith. " - \ T.'J. BUCK, House, Land, and Commission Agent, Sloane-street, Gmilhurn. Kents Slid Debts Collected. LAKE'S LIVERY .STABLES, CJiffortl-st. Goulburih '-Vehicles of.every description always on hire. W. R. McLLAX 178" Auburn-street, Goul bum,a Hume Shoer and General Black smith, Agricultural and Farm Implement .Maker, Kepairs promptly executed. Horse-shoeing a .speciality. . AYL1NG & PKYKE, Stock, Station, House Land, and General Commission Ageuts Herald Chninhers (opposite Post ^Tele graph Office*), Auburn street, Goulburn. J. TURNEK, Gouliuirn Marble Works, Ver ner-street. Lowest Prices. Designs posted free on apylieation. BEKGMAKK, O. (First-{Jonors in Examina tion N.S.W.), Chemist and Druggist, Auburn-street, Goulburn. E, L. MATHEW, Chemist and. Dentist, Auburn-street, Golhurn, opposite ofli...

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Goulburn Labor League and Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

Goulburn Labor League and Debating Club. Thi; weekly meeting of the club topk place 011 Monday evening, Mr. E. Rigley in the chair, and n good at tendance of members. A number of new members were elected and some routine business transacted after wliicli the debate on " Monarchy v. Repub licanism " was opened by the premier, Mr. Clancy, in favor of republicanism. After-a long and interesting debate, the government won by a majority of four votes. The debate for next meet ing will be "Shall the Railways be Federated." The government will take the iiflinmitive,

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Week Daw Pav of Mb'ntli.' 5 V5 •■"5 «l|||iP 8unday Monday Tuesday.... Wertnesdaj Thuradav ... Friday Saturday..., .'Aug. 4 i. 5 M f» '9 It 10 0 40 6 45 6 43 0.42 6.41 6'40 6 39 5 if'! 9 39j » 30 5 1/ 10 44 9 7 •5 17 " 50 9 46 5 is a.m. 10 29 .5.19 12.57 11 16 5 20 -2 0 p.m. 5«L 3 4

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WEDDING. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

WEDDING. (FllOM OlM ConBESrONBEST.) A viiuv protty wedding wob celebrated at "IliHcrcst," Strathaird, on NVodncs tiny last, tlio contracting parties boing Ellon, thii'd daughter, of John Barry, and John, sccond eon of tlio. lata John MoRao, Clear Hills, Middle Arm. The coromony, which took placo at 11 a.m., was porformcd by tho Rov... Fathor Carroll of Crookwoll. The brido looked charming iu white- silk, trimuiod with lnce, and poarl trimming, Slio woro tho customary wreath and veil, and, cuTricd u protty shower bouquot, tho gift of tho bridegroom Tho brides maids, Miss Confoy and Miss Tilly Barry, wero attirod in wliito moiissoline do solo, with transparent yoke of gui puro laco, and woro gold banglos, gifts of tlio bridegroum, Two little nieces of tho bride, as truin hearers, lootiod pretty, dressod similarly to tho brides maids, and woro gold amo'thyBt brooches, gift* of the bridegroom. The brido's travelling drees was a navy blue poplin tuckcd skirt, Eton coat, facod with whito ...

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