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Road Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

Road Tenders. Following nro iho lo\rc6t tenders opened at the rookwell court-liouso on Hnturday labt for works upon roads in tho district:— «' Contract 18, road, Rcdgrouwl to Tho Dia mond, F. Gihnartin, ,£153 5m (four tenders.) Contract 11), road, Ifouut Wayo to the iberoromblo Bridge, G. Poll £10 (seven ten ders ) . Contract 2f\ road, Uhosn Po.sfc-ofBco to Gunning, J). Clauoy, 2k Ud {six tondcrj.J 'Fresh tenders for contract 18 uro cullcd for. At tho imjucet on two childron named Hup. fluid, who vera poisoned ut AVnrruobtiabonl Victoria un Friday it transpired that tins of u poi*oouiin Euluiiou xrrro soat to tho hoitxo wlfh ••ut ttio pofsoit luluil ou. '-fho oronor remarked that thin u*u u uhsimo. and it wai u vroiidti' half ihc? pcuplo lu iho p'aes woro not j piil&oficd. K ver.Hct bf nccidoulul pviwaia;! I wwreturind, I

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Windellama. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

Windellama. '' fFioli. Odr'tVanEsroNDEKi.Y TEA-MBE™oV^Nb>"/BAZAAR.--The bril-'.. liiint jjucooss of tiio: teo-meotbg and baznH^iold hfi-o on Saturday lasr, in jonnoction with St".. Bartholomew's Jliuroh Organ Fund, must indood bo gratifying to that oucrgatic'baud ot wovkors, both ladies .and gentlemen, whoso successfully assisted Jn.organis ing and crirryjiig :out tho function, With tho excoption of ft liglit 'Sh'owor which foil for a miiiuto or two lato in the .afternoon,' tho wouihor/was, suitable to tho occasion ; numerous-visitors from Lake Bftthurst, Iirouti, BUiigouia, Invorary Park, and Oullnn'. boing among those profoiit. Financially, tl.a result excoodu tho hopos of the most oxpoottint, tho net proceeds boiug, about £29. 'i'he woik of Greeting suitable pavilions, etc., lind b?en well ;looked after, and everything was carried out without tho slightest hitch. Tho Bov. Stami-y Jk-Ht, who is very popular amoDg his parishioners in this quarter, arrived cm the scone about noon...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

PITHY PHRS. Fixe . Farmers' Weather. Cricket, • . Good b'y Dan. What is a 11 slojd." New Singer show-rooms. Running track} to be lajd on the Deanery. Good work by the Ambulance Corps on Saturday. Kanaka labour traffic to cease almost imme diately. , More...indulgence passengers' for South Africa. 6 tons (goo gals.) of soda water from Cooma to Sydney. Only 723 head of cattle offered at Home bush on Monday. At Klandra beef is £2 10s per iooibs., and flour £U per ton. New Zealand pays nearly £213,000 yearly for old-age pensions. The men 011 British warships arc to have five meals per day in future. The great ornithological contest advertised in Australian papers.proves a swindle. In one day in July last no less than 34,000 head of cattle were received in Chicago. Dan Ryan, a good sport, and a good sort "too," left Goulbum on Tuesday for Sydney. In seven months the Winghain Bacon Fac tory has slaughtered and cured nearly 3000 pigs. • T. Kitamura,in the "Telegraph" lectures Mr. J. Cook, ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. BEFORE Mr. Knowlman and Dr. Handcock. CHARGE OF WRONGFULLY RETAINING A LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

QOllLBURN POLICE COURT.? Tuesday. Befokk Mr. Knowlman and Dr! Mnnclcock. chakgk OK' WHOXGFULLY• KETAININ'g a lettei?, William Bull, alias William Verron, alias William Eugden, was charged with wilfully retaining a letter sent by post, the property of the. Postmaster-General,' which should have been delivered to'Eugene Vetfdii'. Mr. Belts for. the prosecution ; Mr. -Thomas for the defence." Constable Gandy, lockup-keeper, deposed that on the previous afternoon he received defendant into custody from Constable White of Bundanoori, with the warrant, information, deposition, and hand-bag containing letters, &c„ produced. Mr. MetU was giving an outline of the case, and stated it was laid under the 69th section of the Post-office Act, when Mr. Freeman, assistant clerk of petty sessions, s.taled the information had been laid under the 67th section of- the Act. Mr. Bette-said no doubt the information should have been laid under the 69th section, hut he argued as the Bench would not ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Werriwa Times. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1901. THE ANARCHIST. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

Werriwa Times. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25, igoi. THE ANARCHIST. The lamented . death of President McKinley, at the~hands of an assassin, has brought the terrors of anarchy closely home to the nations of the world. But it .has done more than this. It has re-empliasised, with striking vehemcfnce, the fatuity and absolute disregard of - Cause and effect which has altvays characterised the adherents of this gospel of destruction. Never, perhaps, , was there a leader less probable, in the face of things, to he struck down, .than the late Presi dent of the United States. An able and enlightened statesman, a wise and generous ruler, a true and courteous gentleman ; no reason can be imagined for the despicable deed that has just shocked the world, It grows more evident every day, indeed, that reason, as we know it, does not, cannot, prompt the workings of the anarchistic brain. In other words, they are insane. And, as lunatics, who, by their words and gestures, so declare themselves, are kept with...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Braidwood Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

Braidwood Electorate; Mr. Chapman, M.L.A., Is in receipt of official correspondence informing him :— That repairs o n th cTa r ago-Ln ib e r t road will be attended to on completion of some of the urgent work now on hand.' That circumstances do not warrant the expenditure in connection with the erection of a siding at Fairy Meadow. That the matter of a mail service from Mr. A, Robert's residence, Bungonia, will be inquired into. That £50 has been granted for the con struction of a breakwater at Aralucn. That £30 has been granted for repairs on the roaa from Araluen post-office between Curry's and Oak Creek. , That £20 has been granted (or repairs on the roaa between Mulfoon and Boro, from Doughboy Hill to Bungendorc road at Long Swamn up Mulloon Creek. He throwing open for selection portion of the goldfield reserves in the parish of Oallen, ! that the Department of Lands has been informed that mining interests would not be prejudiced by the withdrawal from reserve of land required p...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Manchester Unity Social. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

Manchester Unity Social. Tub ladies of tho Manchester Unity Soclul Club gavo a return to their gontloinen-Jrieuds on Monday oveuiug in tho largo h*ll., Botween 0 nud *0 couples attended, and from 6 till one o'clock ditnciag was kept going tOj excellent nuifio by Hossra. O'Koofo, ronton ou<l Slatyer. upper wae served on the stage, seventy couploa being comfortably provided for, and Mra. Judd U to be congratulated on tho oxcellent spread provided. The social was arranged by aoom nritteo of four .—Mesdamcs C. O'Koofcr^l. j O.irlsen. W. Quartley, and A. J. Bryson, and ! these ludies wero warmly complimented on tho excollfltico of the arrangements made for ihe comfort and enjoyment of their guiuta. Mrs. O'Kocfo, eeerotary. being cspccinJly thanked fur lier efforts. Extras wero played during the evening by Miss StevoDscn and Mr. W. Thoiman.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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CENTRE WARD C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

CENTRE WARD C.C. The annua! meeting of the Centre Ward C.C. was held last night, when officers were irnooM T T7n/m.lmqn president; A. M. Belts, A. Mitchell, \V. A. Martini E. J. Burmester, and J. Somervaille, vice-presidents; A, Brown and J. Somcr-1 vaille, delegates to Association; A. L. Mc Alister, sec. and treasurer. In batting aver ages Messrs. Taylor and Roberts head the; list, and in bowling Mr. G. Shepherd, fol lowed by A. McAiister and >V. Taylor. The secretary will be 'pleased to learn names of; players desirous of joining Junior team.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY. Wednesday. THE Assembly, sat till quarter past 3 thi; morning considering the Tied Housed Bill. At the Centra] Criminal Cour.tto-chy Lettn Fox, a young woman, yestei-day was found guilty of concealment of. birth, and-strongly recommended to mercy. Shewas sentenced tO'Oiie minute's imprisonment. ', LONbON^TjUc'sday. • 'TI«?34,ooolr6bpscommandedby Lieutenant General Sir John Denton.-French^ arc not considered sufficient to expel the Boer marauders from Cape Colony, siricc 10,000 are required for guarding the lines, of com munication, and 10,000^ assisting the town guards and local dcfcnce organisations; The maga/.ine rifles entrusted, to the Cape town Town Guards, have been replaced by Martini Henry's. A Fusplciou in abroad tlmfc a per centaco of' Capetown, Guards aro disloyalists, and nil v been fupplyin# iho J ocrs with arms and j ammunition. ' 01 tho l.'oera prisoners recently at Durban, Natal, 1000 bavo left fur Bombay preuidency. Tho luto G oneral Joubcr...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Lantern Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

Lantern Entertainment. Last evening Canon Martin gave the children a lantern entertainment in the Church Hall, the proceeds of which go to the Sunday school funds to obtain a fresh supply of books for the library. The hall was crowded, and among the audience were several adults. The | pictures were humorous and instructive, and were hired from Messrs. Osborneand Ferdan, | of Sydney. They (jontained slides to.illus Itrate the following recitations and songs, which were well rendered by the boys and girls named The Newsboy's Debt (recita tion), Master C. Mclntyre j The House that Jack Built (recitation), Miss Daisy Shurety ; Ourfew Shall Not King To-night (recitation), Master P. Holloway ; Beautifnl Snow (recita tion), Miss I. Gale'; The Better Land - (song), Miss C. Hewitt; Who'll Buy My Pretty Flowers (song), Miss Emma Street. Other pictures shown were Paddy and his Pig, the Judge and His Asses, the Miller and the Sweep, Cat Life, the Fool's Pence, KUlarney, their Majesties the f^in...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARULAN. (From Our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

MARULAN. (From Our Correspondent.) Ax entertainment In celebration of the 2nd anniversary of, the Presbyterian Fellowship Union, took place on Saturday evening in the ^Oddfellows' Hall, . which was crowded. The following programme was carried out•Overture,, Jessie's ' Dream, Miss O'Hara; song, River of Life; Mr. D. Phillips ; song, Heavenly Rest, Miss Donald (Goulourn); song, Remember Me no More, Mr, Barnett; song, Waiting, Mrs. W. Cun ningham ; song, Sleeping Camp, Mr. Harris (Sydney); reading, In praise of the Bush, Mr. W. M. Cunningham; song, The Hundred Pipers, Eev, A. Miller, (Chatswood) ; song, Two Grenadl ra, Mr. J. Stronach, (Goulbarn) ; reading, A Boy'a Com position on Animals, Master U. Cunningham; song, The Captain, Mr. K. J. Scouller, and True to the Lost, (enoore); song, Battlo of Stirling, Mr. J. Korsyth; piano piece. The Gay Gordons, Miss. £. Cunningham; Songs—Who Will Come for Mother, Mrs. D. Phillips ; Island of Dreams,.Mr8. Harris; Ora Pro Nobis, Mrs. Barnett; reci...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

PARLIAMENT. Is the Assembly yesterday the second reading of the Tied Houses Dill was agreed to,-and the House proceeded to discuss the measure in committee. The Premier made an important statement regarding the ac quisition by the Federal Government of property belonging to. the various states. I He had that day forwarded a telegram to the Federal Ministry asking that the Common wealth Parliament should not finally deal i with the bill until the State Parliament had had an opportunity of considering the matter. Mr. See also intimated that it might be neces sary for him to convene a conference of State Premiers to deal with the question!

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Proposed Camping Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

Proposed Camping Ground. Mr. Uose.M.L.A., is in receiptor the (allowing letter from the Department of Lands s—Sir: With reference to the petition presented by you from Messrs, i\ Hcffcrnnn, H. Price, O. O'Neill, and other residents of Gurrundah.for the selling apart of a camping ground,, on the road from Qurrundah to Goulburn, and to your suggestion that part of the Rossmllc Estate might be taken for the purpose, J have the honour to inform you UiflUhe Estate mentioned was purchased by the Crown for. •lunatic asylum'purposes, and the Lmmcy ! Department strongly opposes any part of the land being taken for the purpose desired. I am further lo intimate that there arc r\Q other Crown Lands available, and the department does not ncqnirc land for camping purposes there being no vote available. In the circum- ] stances, the Secretary for Lands is un^e to entertain the application. In reply to personal inquiries by him Mr, Rose, M.L..V, is informed that expenditure upon the road from Gover...

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Death of Mrs. Alfred Ellis. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

Death of Mrs. Alfred Ellis. MRS. Ellis, relict of the late Mr. Alfred Ellis, J.P., formerly editor of the Goulburn Herald and president of the Mechanics' In- stitute, died at the residence of Mr. F. A. Ellis, Hazeldean, Goldsmith-street, at six   o'clock this morning frcm influenza and a break-up of the constitution. She was seventy-six years of age. The funeral will take place to-morrow morning at 10.15,

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Death of Mrs. R. Paton. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

Death of Mrs. R. Paton. IT is with regret that we announce the death of the wife of Mr. H. Paton of Sloane-street on Monday evening a little after seven.   Deceased, who was forty years of age, had   been ill for a long time. She was the eldest   child of the late Mr. E. J. Ball, a former member for Argyle in the Assembly, and had been married about twenty years. She has left a son aged six. The funeral took place this afternoon.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Death of Mrs. E. J. Roberts. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

Death of Mrs. E. J. Roberts. MUCH sympathy is felt by his friends for Mr. E.   J. Robertt, assistant teacher at North Goulburn Superior Public School, in his sad bereavement by the death of his wife, which occurred at their residence Montague-street, West, abont nine o'clock last night. Her death was not unexpected as she had been in a very critical state since Thursday last   from an internal complaint. She had only been married about three years, and leaves two young sons, one about ten days old. Previous to her marriage she was teacher of Rosemonte public school; after that event she was for a short time an assistant at North Goulburn School. She retired from the service a little over 12 months ago. She was eldest daughter of Mrs. Madigan, of Forest Lodge, Sydney, and sister of Mrs. Myles Hannon, of Breadalbane, formerly a teacher at Gunning public school. She was also a niece of the Misses Madigan of Braidwood. Mrs. Roberts was thirty-four. Her mother a...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The Mudgee Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 September 1901

The Mudgee Murder. MUDGEE, Tuesday.—At the Circuit Court, before Mr. Justice Stephen, Alfred Perry was charged with the murder of his child, Ellen Perry, in April last. Mr. Nugent Robertson, Who appeared for accused, raised the point as to whether the accused was in a fit state of intelligence to plead. Drs. Nickoll and Bassett gave contradictory evidence on this point, the former inclining to the opinion that accused was not mentally fit, while Dr. Bassett held that he was. His Honor decided to empanel a jury, to decide whether the prisoner was fit to plead, and whether he was insane. The medical evidence showed that accused had been con- fined in a lunatic asylum previous to the com- mittal of the crime. His Honor, in charging the jury, said that in all his experience such a course of procedure as the present had never occurred, and he refrained from ex- pressing an opinion on the matter.   The jury, after a brief retirement, found that prisoner was unable to plead, a...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Promotion of Mr. C. J. B. Helm. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901

Promotion of .Mr. C. J. B; Helm, Mk. Helm, who has been clerk of petty sessions in Goulburn. for about Ave years, received notice yesterday afternoon that he. had been promoted to the office of chief clerk at the Water police court, Sydney. During his time here Mr. Helm has been a painstak-1 ing officer, and has been most courteous, and i we congratulate him on his advance. He I expects to have to leave for Sydney during j the coining week. His successor here is not I yet announced. j

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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WEST'S "OUR NAVY." [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901

WEST'S "OUR JIAVY." \Vk regret very much that our space this1 issue is so limited as not to allow.of a notice, of the above, commensurate with its worth. I Tlierq has been no liner exhibition than that I which Ooulburnites will have an opportunity! of seeing on Tuesday ami Wednesday. The1 startling realism of the pictures places them scarcely one remove from the actual scenes and events represented.

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LONDON, Thursday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901

LONDON, Thursday Afternoon. Dr. Leyds is tmgineering a great revival of Anglophobia on [the continent, and stimulat ing pjjo-Boerisin'in Great Britain coincident!)* with a vigorous summer campaign by- the Boers. % " Sir J. T. Lipton states that his yacht.i Shamrock II.,ls in perfect Condition for the race for the American Cup. The race will j be sailed with the wind over a 20 miles course off Sandy Hook. A group of Amcricuu millionaires i» moving to Btcuro fivo gTeot English tobacco businesses with a viow to controlling the output. At the International Universities sports, New York, yesterday, representatives of Har ward and Yale beat those of Oxford and Cambridge, winning six events out of nine. A virulent ontbreak of smallpox has occur red in London. 140 cases have been re ported.

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