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THE WOMEN'S FRANCHISE BILL. Rejected on the Third Reading. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
THE WOMEN'S FRANCHISE BILL. Rejected on the Third Reading. Is the Legislative Council on Wednes day when the order of the day lor the third reading of the Women's Franchise Bill wfia reached, Mr. Fitzgerald moved the adjournment of iho dooato till Wed nesday next in order that there might bo a call of the house on the hill, out the house declined to take that course, and a discussion ensued, in the course of which tho Attorney-Gonoral ex plained the position he took up. He pointed out that although notconvinaed by tho arguments of those in favour of extending the franchiso to women, yet in view of the fact that the people at two general elections had declared for tho principle, also that .the Federal Government was pledged to adopt it, and that it was already the law in two States, ho would not he justified in opposing it. A resolution was then carried " That the motion be now put," and the Vice-President of the Exeoutive Council replied. He foresaw the defeat of the measure, but sa...
CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
CHAPTER XVIII. ' Linda soon tired of the work-of nursing.., Herjftwn unspoken griefs so , to bear with 'pS»Sw,a^6^5B^iiSnplain ings of her aunt, who' certainly was most exacting. Until now Lady Miller had enjoyed what may be called rude health. As long as she swept, scrubbed, and washed, she was hale and strong ; but the change to a life of luxury and in dolence was killing her, and, always weak-minded, she soon sank into the captious, fretful invalid. She had some cause for her mur murs. Sir Walter considered that he had done his duty when he had paid his wife a morning visit, and begged her to have anything she fancied, while Lavinia was too deeply im mersed in pleasure to have more than a few minutes to devote to her now and then. " Mamma is petting well rapidly," »ho Assured all inquirers. "She only keeps her room becauso she is vary much Afraid of bringing on a fresh attack by ooming downstairs top soon." Everyone believed this; ahd even Ada, who, as a rule, was keenor-sightod ...
Wyalong Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
Wyalong Societies. A peculiar doveloperaent h«» arisou in connection with tho Wyalong Hospital Sports Carnival to bo held next mouth. It scorns that the hospital committee issued invitations to the Boveral friendly societies, and also to the Orange Lodge, with a viow to assisting to make the sports a success. It now trnnspiros that both tho Hibernian Society and the Amalgamated Miner's Association passed resolutions declining to march in the procession on the day appointed for the eports on account of the Orango body talcing part, but in other ways both eocioties are willing to holp tho hospital. On the other side, the Orangemon declare that they do not intend to march in procession, but are only exercising thoir lights towards augmenting tho funds oi an institution which knows no oloss or creed. The Orange body contains B8 members, while tho other bodies are correspondingly strong and influential.
Death of Mr. J. McKenzie. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
Death of Mr. J. McKenzie. tJSR*1?* th °??urrcdat IVfra. Banald ito Laohlan's, Cloar Uilla. vefcteirfnv«!!*?• when Mr. J. Mckenzie, father-in-law of Mr'S* 8. Freeman, assistant clerk of p«»*«.qV-f • Goulburn, died after about ^ho^itS".' KBidoni of this district! for tiw ln 0 "o'Khborliooa ol Young ■ formci thirt) years, and was for a lomr time engaged m pastoral pursuits there. Towardo »|C f,!l? ( :StiW™* ,Ile cnmo*o Ooulburn to partaking of sotuo slight refrcuhmonln nn^ war ,&>uar? ?, Q^Q» «nd tho cause of death vaB (lioptiKo of tho liver und paralysis. The w°UUuull^T'v,Vil'' 00 lu«"5ry- The body thero! utJfcT to-ui(jht for interment r,m.nOU' ' j1 have been issued for Gouib,„„ diju-ict court, on Thursday? 3rd
PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
PARLIAMENT. Is tha Assembly on Wednesday the special business was the recommittal of tho Industrial Arbitration Bill to deal; with several clauses in committee. Mr. Crick was in the chair. Tho chief dis ' cussion was upon a proposition by Mr. Nielsen, who proposed to strike out of clause 31 the power given to parties appearing before the Court of Arbi tration to say whom they should be represented by, the object of the amendment being to render it impos sible for any counsel or solicitor to appear before the court, The objection was that it would be. in tho power of wealthy employers to pay high fees to Counsel, and thus compel a poor union to do the same. On the other side, it was urged that there wero many cbsob in which it would be absolutely neces sary that tho parties should bo repre sented by counsel. The amendment was negatived by 43 votes to 31. Subsequently some additions' of a minor character wore made in various clauses. These had been promised by the Minister -fur Lands ...
The Football Final.—Goulburn Forfeits. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
The Football Final.—Goulburn Forfeits. °J th? Gol,lburn Football Club was held Mednesday evening lb consideHhc decision of the union concerning the rc« playing of the final. Mr. C. Martin .was in he chair, and about half-a-dozen members) wtie present. It was slated that nearly the ' whole of the back division of the team would be unable to play next Saturday, and the fol&lt; lowing resolution for transmission to the union was carried:-"That, owihg to the union's decision that lhe match must' be ?!m5'C? ,S3t!lrday ne*1' wc find 'I 'inpos' sible to get a team to play on that day, and ure, therefore, reluctantly compelled to forfeit he inatch. The secretary was also instructed to inform the union that the meeting wa, unanimous, members being of opinion that they were acting in the best interests of the union and football in deciding not to enter the held with an inferior team.
Outposts and Reconnoitering. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
Outposts and Reconnoitering. (By Lieutenant Fitzgerald, G Co.) With a viow to bringing moiuboru together more frequently, and dovoting moro attention to those matters that can only be troated in a cursory way at. the ordinary drills laid down in tho regular programmes, the officers of G Company 2nd Regiment purpose read ing a series of papers. .The first of these, which we give below, was road by Lieutenant Fitzgerald 'last i'riduy night, preparatory to tho field manoeuvres of Saturday. I intond to tako for my initial venture the Bulijocl " Outposts ond'Beconnoitering." Tho two aro so closoly allied in cliuraotor— tho work being to a great extent analogous—that it ia hard to deul with one without at the samo' timo trenching 'on tho othor; and so comprelionsivo in their nature aro they, that tho treat ment of them in a papor of this kind must necessarily bo confined within narrow limits. My object, however, if not so much to go into dotails as to treat in a bruad inunner with duties ...
Farmers and the Rabbit Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
Farmers and the Rabbit Bill. Farmers in the Albury district are unanimous in condemning several of the principal clauses of the new Rab bit Bill introduced by the Minister for Lands. At a representative meeting held at Jindera the whole question was discussed and resolutions were unani mously carried condemning three vital proposals of the measure. The bill proposes that there shall be local boards of Jive members each td administer the Act, and that only persons holding not less than 320 acres shall be eligible lo vote at theelection of such boards. The bill also provides for plural voting according to the area held by the voter. Both these proposals are emphatically objected to by farmers. They j>oint out that a man with Jess than 323 acres might be obliged, owing to the character of the angles in an adjoining holding, to put up one mile and a quarter of netting as against hall" a niiif by his neighbour, who would lie quiti'itied lo vote. They contend • for one man',one vote on...
THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
THE LAND. The following applications Were ihade at Goulbum during the week i—C.Ps,: James Laing, 40 acres, Guinecor j Peter Hush, ico acres, Oalten. C.Ls.: James Lainij, 200 acres, Guinecor; Peter Hush, 400 acres. ' OalJcn. A.Ls.: J. \V. C. Croker. ioo acres, Yarralaw; William Thomas WhipD. mo acres, Stratliaird. pp' 330
A WOMAN SHOT AT PETERSHAM. Her Husband Arrested. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
A WOMAN SHOT AT PgTERSHAM. Her Husband Arrested. A sensational event, which led to a married woman named Kato Maelin being Bferiously wounded, and to tho arrosfc of he?, husband, James Maslin, on a chatgo of fibooting with intent, took plnco on Thursday evening about 6 o'clock at Petersham-street, a narrow by-way \ tanning oil Parramatta-road, opposite to Norton-str et, Petersham. Maslin, who lives at Bedforn, is an iron moulder, and for some trao past he lias been in the employ of Meesrs. Pope, Maher, and Co., of the Darlington'Ironworks, ho is 40 years of ago, and his wife is same two years younger. Tho couple have been married for about 20 years, and have six children, the youngest of whom ia aged 8. It is said that about three wecks'agi? Mrs* Maalin suddenly left her home. SHe Had riot returned up till yesterday, arid her 'absence caused her husband considerable wor#. He left his home for work at the usual; hour yesterday morning, and returned "afeaiii ..for lunch. He did not co...
OLD AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
OLD AGE PENSIONS. The old afe pension board granted the /oI« lowing pensions yesterdayGeorge Row labourer, Burrungurraloiig, 81; John Hogan ' Moss Vale, widower, 73 ; Allan Nixonf la bourer, Moss \ ale, 73; Konald McDonald, • griuicr, Koslyn, via Woodhouselcc. 81!'"' Martin Cosgrove, labourer. Moss Vale 6j invalid; ltobert Carvel White, bushmam Bundanoon, 65; Thomas t'helan Ouli>c farmer, Wingello, 73 ; James Hovvse, Clmtom street, Goulburn, 69; Susannah Murnhv, widow, Addison-strect, Goulburn, 60, invalid defective eyesight; Elizabeth Bugg, widow Addison-street, boulburn, 69 j Elizabeth Sul hvan, household duties, Garfield, 60, invalid
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. Thursday. ! Befohb the Police*Magistrate, Messrs. C. H. Koberts and A. A. Mitchell, and Dr. Hand cock. ASSAULT AXD INSULTING WOKUS. James Duffy was summoned by Daniel Williams for assault. Daniel Williams was summoned by James Duffy for using insulting words, • Mr. Belts for Williams, Mr. Thoinas for Duffy. Daniel Williams, residing at Kenmore Vale, deposed that on Friday night last he met Duffy in front of Messrs. Rogers and Co.'s, and without any provocation Duffy struck him in the face with his closed list ; young Prit/lcr was present. To Mr. Thoinas: Witness did not say to Duffy,"1 believe you want to deal it out to me Mr. Duffywitness did not want Duffy to go down the yard and have it out; no one separated them : Duffy ran away on the foot* ; path after the blow. To Mr. Belts: Witness got the letter pro duced, and saw Mr.s, Duffy in consequence of it, who told him that Duffy wanted to see him. William Prit/lcr, labourer, North Goulburn, gave corroborative...
ST. NICHOLAS' SUNDAY-SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
ST. NICHOLAS' SUNDAY-SCHOOL. A choice collection of 300 books by the best authors nnd selected by leading church autho rities in England was rcccnlly received for a library at St. Nicholas' Sunday-school. To mark the opening Canon Kingsmill, rector of the parish, assisted by the teachers and ladies, gave a very pleasant social in the schoolroom last evening. The Canon gave a short address, after which songs were ren dered by the followingMrs. Steele, Miss Ritchie, and Messrs. Wilson, Webb, Daniel, andAngove. Refreshments kindly provided by the ladies were partaken of at 9.15, and shortly after the Canon closed the gathering by pronouncing the Benediction. Great credit is due to the Canon, the teachers, and others for providing the children , with good literature and they deserve well the gratitude of the parents.
GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL The regular meeting of the council was held last evening. Present—The Mayor and Aid. Richardson,O'Hrien, Knowlman, Wilkic, Newman," Ayling, Costley, Donnelly, . and Mitchell. Y' The Fikance Committee... ' ' Met ott September 24, when there were present the Mayor, Aid. O'Brien,1 Knowlman, Ayling, and Newman,, and- recommended the following paympnts ; ' General-Account/*!1" \ V".. Ift . > Salaries 0^iceexpcl^se3..^^,.....:.V.^,, l! ■ Works,' &c..\ :*'134 ' 3f,9. Adopted. ' WafcrAceounL '-./J,' Salaries' io'" i 9' Works, 5. . • . •56""9 S>' Adopted. The Inspector of Nuisances, submitted a report recommending that single additional cabstands be appointed, in Auburn-street at Ryan's Federal Hotel, O'Lcary's Harp Hotel, and Nash's Family Hotel. He also stated that during the past fortnight he had fre quently noticed the cab stauds at the Botanic Gardens* insufficient, and he suggested that the stand be extended along the suuth.side rf the gardens in ...
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
WEDDING. An interesting ceremony look place at the Bendigo (Vic.) Wesleyan Church, oil Wed nesday, says the Arinidalc " Chroniclc," when Mias Maggie Watson was married to Mr. William ti. Gentle, of the Telegraph office, Arinidale, N'.SAV. The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her brother, Rev. J. Watson (Inverell, X.SAV.), was attired in white Japanese silk with Brussels lace and behe ribbon, with wreath and veil, and carried a shower bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. The ceremony was performed bv Rev. James Watson, of Inverell, N.SAV.. brother of the bride. The mother of the bride'' wore black silk grenadine, silk trimmings. chiffon ruMcs, and black and steel bonnet. The newly-married couple held a reception in the Sunday School, where an elaborate breakfast was partaken of, over sixty guests sitting down. The usual toasts were proposed. The party at the conclusion sang "Auld Lang Syne," after which the happy couple left for Svdney en route for Arinidale. The' bride's ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
GRAND STOCK tiUcoriic Rye, Cocksfoot, Prarie nml Blucgrass. MANUKKS T garden tools, BEST and CHEAPEST.—A.. LANSDOWNE & GO. 1 ' OUR TEAS —BEST in State. Our " HONEYMOON Blend" 1/1 lb. is DELICIOUS. Please try them.—A. LAXS DOWNE & CO. j NOTICE. A PUBLIC MEETING of the friends of Mr. C. E. Mackenzie, manager of the E„ S., and A. Bank, will be held at the Town Hall, on MONDAY, 30TI! INSTANT, at 8 p.m. BusinessTo take steps to rccognisc the worth of Mr. Mackenzie as a banker and citizen on his retiring from the service owing to the withdrawn! of the branch. The Mayor will preside, J. \V. GKOVENOK, Hon. Sec. pro. tcm. PUBLlC_NOTICE. \Vrii, Ihc'undersigned linkers of Goutburn, * * have agreed that on and after Monday next, 30th September, the price of. Bread stall be 3)0. per 2-lb. Loaf for Cash. . All accounts not paid promptly will be charged 3d. rcr 2-lb. Loaf. THOMAS HIGGIXS E. ASHLEY T. BYKXE A. H. LINE S. HIGGIXS JANE MOLONEY. J. BAXTER, THE LEADING JEWELLER, next Ro...
THE BUDGET SPEFCH. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
THE BUDGET SPEFCH. The State Treasurer, Mr. T. Waddell, de livered his Budget Speech last evening. He said the revenue was £10,794,000, and the expenditure proper £10,518,066. There was, however, an extraordinary expenditure, in cluding the cost of contingents to South Africa and China, plague repression, federal celebrations, &c., amounting to £439,052. This made the total expenditure £10,957,518. The receipts, being the revenue and the balance brought forward, amounted to £10,870,131. There was thus a deficiency of J87486. For the current-year Mr, Waddell estimates that the revenue will be £11,004,076, and the expenditure £10,980,000, showing an anticipated surglus 0F423.416. Tho total debt of the Stato, the Treasurer announced, was £70,671,612. That Inoluded trust funds and all the liabilities of tho State. Tho annual interest payment was equal to an average rate of 3*69 per cent. Against this the railways and tramways are valued at £54,000, 000, and the publio works at £...