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THE LATE PRESIDENT McKINLEY. LONDON, Sept. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 27 September 1901
■if-. the late president Mckinley. LONDON, Sept. as. The trial o£ Czolgosz ou a charge of murdering President McKinley was continued at Buffalo yesterday. The accused throughout the trial maintained an air of unconcern. Evidence was given that Czologosz in prison in the presence of several witnesses deliberately and unhesita tingly confessed that he had dogged : . President McKinley for days seeking vfo shoot him. Czolgosz further stated that he believed.-in no Government nor marri age relations ; that every head of State was a tyrant, and ought to be killed. He affirmed that Miss Goldman's - teachings hud inlluenced him. , Czolgosz, in the course of his con • fession, also said that he alone planned the deed, and he accepted the respon sibility for it. Mr. Lewis, one of the counsel fpr the dcfence, afterwards informed the newspaper representatives that lie ' refrained from calling witnesses as to the insanity of the prisoner because alienists were prepared to testify tliat Czolgosz...
Womanhood Suffrage. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
Womanhood Suffrage. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—A short time ago thereappcared in the columns of your paper, a childish communication from a " Boy " who styles himself " Nice." The author ship ol the miserable screed is attributed to me: by certain hare-brained in dividuals, and, for the purpose of preventing any further misapprehen sion, I have thought it advisable losend forward this communication for pub- i lication in your paper, provided you I will kindly allow space. The arguments used by "Nice Boy" r»r\?omanliood suffrage are such as have been used and advanced by assinine individuals on any occasion of its discussion; arguments which are as bare of tangible proof as a frog is oi feathers; arguments which have only succeeded in rescuing "Nice Boy" from one wilderness to pluugo him in nnothor oven more bowildering; argu ments which aro a mere uiass of blind, unreasoning, frothy trash; invulid and unjust, consistent only in thoir inconsistency. Why doesn't " Nice Boy" make au effort th...
Werriwa Times. MONDAY, SEPT. 30, 1901. BANQUET AT TARAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
Werriwa Times. MONDAY, SEPT. 30, igoi. BANQUET AT TARAGO. (By Oca St'EciAL.) A number of. his supporters, wishing to show their pleasure at ttic return of Mr. A. E. Chapman, as representative of the Braidwood electorate, tendered him a banquet on Friday evening last, and it proved in every way a brilliant success. Tarago is a small town, but when the resi dents decide to do a thing, they put their shoulders to the wheel and—the thing is done, auu uuue welJ. At six o'clock one solitary traveller from Goulburn wheeled his way into Tarago, a place apparently lifeless. At 7 o'clock it was a busy hive; friends meeting, horses being put up, traps of various kinds rattling in, and the boys getting a polish on ready for a good time, and they Tike a good time in Tarago oc casionally. The catering was in the hands of Host Vallance, hotelkeeper, and dispenser of various refreshing liquids, and, as "Don." knows his incn, he had made preparations on a gigantic scale for the comfort of the inner ...
Crookwell Oddfellows' Ball. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
Crookwell Oddfellows' Ball. (Fboji Odr CoRKEaroNDENT.) The oddfellows' ball, for. which great preparations were made, took place in the spacious show "round pavilion on Friday night, undo, the most pleasing circumstances. The night was beauti ful—almost as bright as day, and long before the time set down for the open ing event on the programme, merry dancers could be seen wending their way to the showground, there to find everything in readiness for a thorough night's enjoyment. The hard-working committee and the energetic secretary had the floor in capital order, with all other arrangements complete in every detail. Just here I must compliment the oddfellows on having secured the pavilion for their dance as it contains ladies' and gent's cloak rooms, which were in charge of members of the committee. In this way much annoy ance was saved, as where no provision of this sort is made a great deal of un pleasantness arises through, hats, coats, cloaks, &c., getting mixed and mis...
R.C. Church at Towrang. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
I . R.C. Church at Towrang. The ncw*K.C. Church at Towrangisnow completed, and rcilccU much credit on the contractor, Mr. W. Fielding. It m a.pretfv wooden structure, 24 x !H, with a chancel I 10x10, and porch 6x6, built on four acres of land purchased from thccrown. The con tract was £137. It will bu a satisfaction to those who contributed to the building fund to learn, that the church will b&lt;2 opened free from debt on the 1st of December by the Kt. Rev. Dr. Gallagher; and to all those who enabled him to reach this very .desirable end FatherO'Donoghuebegs to return his «in> cere thanks. - The resignation, of Mr. J. L. Henderson, from I2th July last"of the office of. stock in spector for Goulburn district has been gazetted as accepted. Tenders arc invited to 28th October for the supply of timber mile-posts for Goulburn district. . The departure of Mr. C.J. B. Hclin, C.P.S., has been definitely arranged for the third week in October.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
Wanted, FIRST-CLASS COAT-MAKER. BAR RETT & CO., 2oj Auburn-street. WANTED, T AOY Canvassers for 'inland towns all •V* through the Commonwealth for articles in great ^demand, and particularly in Ladp's line. Liberal Commission. Apply MOWBRAY St CO., 293 Auburn-street, Goulburn, EVERIKGHHMi 207 Auburn-street, opposite Oddfellows" ilall. Second-hand Futnlturs Bought, Soldi and Repaired. All Repairs Done an (he Premises. -> For Private Sale, J^ARM of 220' ACRES, suitable for dairying, -*• two miles from Lnggan Butter factory; aL\ miles' from Crookwell. For full particulars apply A. J. GLKNNAN, ... Auctioneer, &c., . . Crookwell. 8HRNES BR0S., 79 AND 223 AOBURN-ST. TTAIRDK2SSERS AND TOBAC.CONISTS. Only the Best brand ofTobaccos, Cigars, and Cigarettes stockcd. Hairdressing Saloon in chargc of only Experienced Hands. Ladies' Hair Work a Speciality. SANDS AND CO., Stock, Station, House,. Land, and Com mission Ajjents. POULTRY, Pigs, and all kinds of Colonial Produce Sale...
Railway Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
Railway Picnic. Tkk Railway Commissioners have definitely declined to grant two trains fiv. railway pic nics from Goulbiini, ami state V>' i t nil depart ments must combine, giving as dieir rea?on that in no place except Sydney are two trains granted, and thev cannot make any conce. s'.. n hi favour of Goulburn. In coiueiinoiice of this renlv Hie combined committee appointed about a' fortnight atfo, met at Kteveiutin's Great Southern K'ailwav Hotel on Saturday niiiht and decided to hold the "combined pic !,'&lt;• on Moiulav, jStli October, at Gunning, •
Cable News. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
Cable Mews. . LONDON, Sunday.' ; ■*' The first raoo between the Columbia and the Sbamrook II.fox the Amerioa Cup.waB "won by'., the former by about sOO yardB. The wind varied frofoa ten'to a sovea knot bieere daring * the contest. l'ho -British boat rounded the'* mark first, but was boaten iu the run home;' „ Tbfr murderer Czolgosz is now said to'hare'/ regretted hla prime, and expressed pity for" the ' widow of bis viotim. A determined effort was made to lynch Czolgosz while being removed from Buffalo to Auburn gaol, where he will be electro- ' cutcd. The police had great difficulty in protecting Czolgosz from the crowd, blows being ex* changed and revolvers drawn. When hustltd into prison beyond' the reach of the crowd, Czolgosz collapsed upon. Ihe floor, shrieking in abjcct terror# An exciting incident is reported from. Koweyt, in the Persian Gulf, a collision be tween Turkish and British forces, being narrowly averted, In consequence of an expressed intention to land 500 men fro...
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY. BEFORE Messrs. Belcher and Mitchell. WIFE AND CHILD DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
QOULBURN POLICE COURT. Satckday. liEl'DKi: Messrs. litlchcr and Mitdicll, WIFE AND CHILD DESERTION*. Percy Henry Eastmuir was charged with deserting his wife. He was also chavgcd with deserting his child, Margery Hastmuir. Mr. O'Hiien for complainant. Constable Gandy deposed, .that at 11.20011 the previous night he had received defendant into custody from the Penrith police, where he had been arrested by warrant, together wiMi depositions taken at Penrith on both chargcs. Defendant pleaded not guilty to both chargcs and averred his wife had deserted him and he had her money. Nellie Eastmuir, complainant, deposed that ■ she was married to defendant at St. Philip's j Church, Sydney, in 1892; they resided for 1 some time in Goulburn ; defendant illtreated her in Goulburn, and they agreed to separate; he signed a document promising to pay 22s 6d per week towards the support oi witness and her child; after signing the agreement defendant left Goulburn and went to reside on n farm at et. ...
Goulburn Literary Club. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
Goulburn Literary Club. Tiie president (Mr. A. I£. Sendall presided al the weekly nieetiny on Saturday evening, when the subject, " Huxley," drew a large and' interested audience. Ttie subjeet was intro* duced by two lecturettes by Messrs. Sendall and Soinervaille, and then further diseussed by members until 10.30 p.m. Next Saturday Dr. Burkitt will anirm state legislation oil social evils to be desirable. Mr. Menzies will oppose. The friends of Mr. C. 15. Mackenzie are re minded «f Hie meeting at the Town Hall at 8 o'clock to-night, convtned for the purpose of takfng steps to recognise Air. Mackenzie's worth as a banker and a citizen. The mover incut has originated in eonscqu.'nce of the re tirement of Mr. Mackenzie fro.-n the service owing to the withdrawal of Hie local branch of the E., S„ anil A, Uanic. $■
Outposts and Reconnoitering. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
Outposts and Reconnoitering. (By., Lieutenant ktrzoeitald, G co,) '* ■' (Ojntiui.ol.) We now come to the roaerve, tlio last subdivision of tlio force employed on mitpaetduty. In strength it Bliould lit equal to oDe-lhird of tlio wliolo force available JTor that work, and Bliould ba compDBod of all three arms. The posi tion to be occupied by this body should b'e''a most central one in rolution to those posted in front. Its ratlin feature should bo to afford timolj asiistanceT'tb p$St.of! tlio; Jiiio threatened with an attack. Thi amount of resislaueo tliat it slinuld oflo| when called inlo notion will depoini solely upon tlio nmomitof tinio required by the main bcclv to mako its disposi ti'oiiSj'■'no ' matter, 'whether in tlio m'ea'ntimo- it is becoming seiiously involved or othonviso. . It is almost a matter of impossibility to lay down any general rules as to .the distances that should eopnraie troops on outpost duty. Tho work of regulating this will dovolvo entirely ou tho olllcor...
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
WEDDING. AiiAiiHUQK cercmcmy wus celebrated nt Narawa oh W'cducpday last, whea Mies Sarah Kenait, uecoud daughter ol Mr. . Kvnsit, J.P., Wood fuid, tfamiwa, wus married to Mr. John Gay, soa of iir. Thoa. Gay, J.P., Gulleu. Tho mairiago Borvico was porforiuodby tho Rov. IX. K. lietheringloa at iho Ghuroh or England, tho building being crowded. After thocoremouy tho wedding party drovo to tho roudcouo of the bride's pareula, where over 100 persona sat down to a sumptuous wedding breakfast. Tiio usuul tOQbts wero duly honoured. Iu the ovtuiug a social was held iu honour of the occasiou, the attendance bding very largo. Tho presents wero numerous, und iu mauy iustau'.es coutly, and weut to bhow tho high esteem ia which Mrs. Guy nod family is hold by tho residents of tho district—Crookwell Uuzetto.
GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. By A.. Lansuowni:, Seedsman, lloulbuvn. iiie late soaking general rams nave put new life into growers. The land is in iine condition for cropping, and no time should be lost in getting in large areas of all fodder and other crops that they may get a good early start. Be sure to cultivate well and deeply, and give to all lands and crops suitable manures. Mangels are a fodder crop that should be largely grown, and make splendid winter feed for all slock. The promise''is for further good rains. We may yet expect some frosts, snow, and cold weather, but warm at times, and some thunder. All tender seeds and plants must be sheltered for a time. KITCHEN' GARDES. Sow parnsnips, lettuce, peas, carrots, cabbage, beet, radish, cress, rhubarb, onions, celery, broad -beans, aiul spinach. Under shelter or in warm places—tomatoes (red ruby and large red are best), melons, cucumbers, squashes, marrows, pumpkins; and I sweet corn. At end of month— French, but...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
PROSPECTUS OF The Werriia Times Newspaper Graipa'j, Ltd:, : (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) . Capital, £1500, divided into 300 Shares of £5 eaclij Of * which 200 are now offered to the public for subscription, payable £3 ios'bn application, and the balauce at an interval of not less than 3 months'from date of formation of Company; V >"-v' 50 Sharqs, fully paid up, will\.be allotted to the vendors, Messrs. Locke and ' io full consideration for the purchase iof the undertaking and business in conneclioiv.with the present Werriwa Times.'Newspaper. 50 Shares will bo held for the present in reserve, to be hereafter issued if and when and upon such terms as the Directors may deem expedient! Mo money is being paid to the Vendors for the purchase of the abovenamed undertaking and business, but all 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 be...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
LAWN TENNIS. j A team, representing the Goulburn Half Holiday Association, journeyed' to Lake I Bathurst on Saturday afternoon, and played a. 'match against the local club. Alter a good i contest Goulburn won by a few sets. The 1 Lake Bathurst ladies defeated the visitors in i all the double seta, while the Goulburn gen-1 tlcmen won each of their double sets. " | I Saturday saw the conclusion at the Sydney; I Cricket Ground of the inter-State lawn teunis ; match between New South Wales and Vic I toria, and the result was a narrow win for the | home team by one point, the scores being respectively 32 and 31. The issue was in I doubt right up to the end of the last set.
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
SPORTING. 'h'!" T'ft'E T'0#t Canterbury Park Races. —These races came off on Saturday last. The'.weather was beautifully line, and the attendance large. The course was* in perfect? order. Results :— * Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs—Jeanette I, Kohine 2, Ruella 3. Won by a head. I.i8£. Park Stakes, 6 furlongs — Cindernian 1, Negrito 2, Alannah 3. • Won by a head. 1.18. Stewards' Wile—Jeanette 1, The Kiss 2, Ruella 3. Won by lour lengths. 1.46. Junipers' Flat Race, 1 mile 3 furlongs—The Cryer I, Wilderness 2, Lemonade 3. Won easily by half-a-dozen lengths. 2.36. Canterbury Handicap, one mile and a quarter—Acctine 1, GuIIina 3, Speechless 3. Won easily by a length jmd a half. 2.16J. The Shorts Handicap, 6 furJongs—Hazel Girl 1, Thrift 2, Myall 3. Won by half a neck. 1.17J. ■ The Sydney jockey, F. Kuhn, opened his Victorian account on Saturday by winning the Rupertswood Handicap on the Velocipede 1 mare Fast Lady, who beat 15 others.
WEST'S "OUR NAVY." [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 September 1901
WEST'S "OUR NAVY." Xhe record season established by " Our Navy" entertainment, including as the; do ten weeks in Sydney and six in Mel bourne, should certainly prove a good introduction to the representations to be givon here to-morrow and WodnoB duy nights. It ranks amongst the finest bioscopio shown that wo have had hero. A Sydney contemporary writes: —" Tho pictures tlioinselvos havo never been surpassed by any of tho kind shown in this oity previously, and tho chataotor o£ the subjects so vividly aud realistically illustrated at once attracts aud retains uu absorbing interest. To bo shown a scotion of u huge lino oi battle ship, rolling and pitching about on a stonn-froUed ocean, with added elfects, which make tho whistling of the wind and the angry swirl of tho heavy wash aguinct tho bulwarks seem real; to see animated pictures of hurdy Jack Turs going through the operation of heaving tlio load, the while a hurrioano of wind lashes the sea into greater lnonace; to see turpedoes...