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Motor Cars. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 October 1901
Motor Cars. OrM attention has been called to the great risk person" driving restive liorses in.a'r 111 mcclini' imilnr ears, the noise from which is "omcthint! that Horses generally are iinac ais"o lied to, and we tinye been requested to ask dr vers of tliese vehicles to minimise the danstr hv exerclsinj! every precaution where t lev see a han;i held up or some n her signal matte by a driver of burnt'* K' notify JiiU Ills iniiinalV ore restive.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 October 1901
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, This Rev. K. M. Turnbull, or Ballarat, Vic toria, has accepted the curacy of St. Saviour's Cathedral pariah, and is expected to arrive in Goulburn during the present month. The Bishop and Dean of Dallnrat speak very highly of Mr. Turnbull as a man of. ability and well qualified for the position. For some time the want of a church for the congregation who worships at the Public Hall, Yarra,has been felt. This is now likely .to be remedied as the church committee have made an offer to the officials of.the Primitive Methodist bodv for.the purchase of their church. • . . The congregations who attend the monthly service held at Mr. Smith's, Kosemonte, has so increased that the committee have decided to erect a slab church. . The Goulburn diocesan Century Thanks giving Fund now stands at £3621, having in creased ^320 during the past month.
Goulburn Swimming Club. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 October 1901
Goulburn Swimming Club. Tut' following have been elected oftieers of the above club for tlic current year ^Presi dent, Mr. W. H. Bladwell! vice-presidents, Rev Father Kyan and Messrs. V. Gallnnore, \V Hanley. H. Pinn, A. A. Mclnnes, J. J. Bniton, J. Knopp, and W. Carcv fayor; secretary, W. Jeasop; treasurer, \\. B. Galli more • dclccatc> \V« I. Coxnon (Sydney). A lmndioipper and timekeeper will be chosen later. ■
Public Presentations to Mr. Lamport and Mr. Hazelton. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 October 1901
Public Presentations to Mr. Lam* oort and Ale. Hazelton. rtTbu.' cbiitthbiaaifrtty croWdcd) lo*rii£ht, when (Jic police magistrate,: A. X, Bar net!, made a presentation to Mr. A. W. Lam pm lnikl Mr, C. J.. Haicjtun,.the hank manager ami clerk respectively of the Hank of New Smith Wales at Menty. The medals were provided by the Government of.' the" Slate in recognition of the valor shown in defence oi the hank on the occasion of the;recent at tempt to rob it. The police magistrate, in highly eulogistic Jernw, referred to the /raJJani conduct dis* played by Mr. Lamport on the occasion. He then handed lo Mr. Lamport a large gold medal, bearing the inscription, '! Granted for gallant and faithful servicedand to Mr. Ma/elton a silver medal, bearing the same inscription. ■ ' Mr. Lamport, on returning thanks', modestly said that he had only aelcd as any other man would have done in the dame circumstances; and Mr. IJiuclton also brieiJy acknowledged the gift, The eight hoik* principle lias ...
Goulburn Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 October 1901
Qoulburn Stock Sales. Thknk was a fair attendance at the stuck sales lev day; only a few fat sheep were yarded which realised 15s fid to 194; no store sheep were forward, between 300 and 400 cattle were yarded and the market was firm at late rates.—Best fat bullocks sold at £&lt;) 9s to £9 lOs; fat cows £(> lOi to £7 ; best store cows 70s to 80s ; aged and shelly sorts 50s to1 60s; thrce»ytar*old bullocks were passed at 1 £5 14s ; two*year»old steers sold at0osto7os;! three-year-old heifers £4 5s, two«vear«olds £21 15s to £3 5s; poddies to yearlings off, 28s 6d to 50a; springers £4 10s to £5 ios, extra choice to JBO,
Goulburn Assizes [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 October 1901
Qoulburn Assizes Wiij, commence on Monday next before his Honor Mr. Justice Owen. Mr. Tedbar B. Johnson will be judge's associate. Mr, W. A. Parker will prosecutc. the criminal list contains the following cases:—From Goul burn j Thomas Cant, alias Vaugluln, escaping I from lawful custody near Hinalong ; George I Frederick Craig and Enoch Ambrose Key-1 nolds (on bail), assault and robbery at Ken-; more ; Herbert John Le Duff or William Lee, larceny from the railway station. From Moss Vale; William Murphy, stealing from a dwelling at Bundanoon. From Crookwell: Thomas Brown, stealing a ring at Gurrun dah. There will be one civil case, Albert Marsh v. Ernest Charles Barbour, breach of agreement, damages Xiooo. Messrs. Belts and Son for plaintiff; Mr. Johnson for defen dant.
Cable News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 October 1901
Cable 'News. i v''' Aft • London, Monday. JioRD,Kitchener states, in reply to a ijctter |from. Mr. Schalk Burger, that Great Britain must, in justice to loyalists, maintain the annexation of the late Boer, republics, and that with regard to Cape Colony rebels and traitors the prerogative of elemency must be exercised unfettered and with discre tion. General Bruce Hamilton reports that General Louis Botha and Commandant Grobplaar, in command of 1500 men, attacked British outposts 011 tiie. Zulu land ' border, and that the enemy retired, having lost 19 killed, besides a number wounded. ..Lord Milner has given directions that;the property of the Boers in the field should be devoted to the main tenance of their families. Boer forces attacked the Basutos on the 2-j.th, when severe lighting took place and the Basutos had to retire. The German garrison is shortly to be withdrawn from Shanghai; A superior force of Filipinos attackod n company of Amoricau infantry on tho Island of Samar whil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 October 1901
Wanted, A KIHST-CLASS COAT-MAKEK. BAK RETT & CO., 203 Auburn-street. WANTED, T AI)Y Canvassers for inland lawns all through the Commonwealth for articles in gfcat demand, and particularly in Lady's lint;. Liberal Commission. Apply MOWBKAY & CO., 203 Auburn-street, Goulburn. Towrang Church. "VlflNN'INO Numbers in order 1—1836, ' ' 801,3731;, 3482,148?, 3478, 3670, 18251 5333.954. EVERINGHAM, 207 Auburn-street, opposite Oddfellows' Hall. Second-hand Furniture Bought, Sold, and Repaired. All Repairs Done on the Premises. For Private Sale, Tj^ARM of 320 ACRES, suitable lor dairying, A two miles from Laggau Butler I'aetory; six miles from Crookweil. For full particular* apply A. J. GI.KNXAX, Auctioneer, Kc., Crookweil. BARNES BROS., 70 AND 223 AUBURN-ST. HAIRDRESSERS AXU TOBACCONISTS. Only the Ikst Dratid ofTobaecos, Cigars, and Cigarettes stocked, Hairdressing Saloon in charge of only Kxperieuced Hands. Ladies' Hair Work a Speciality. ~ E. ASHLEY f^OK' Hest Bread and Pas...
Government-Prizes at Yass Show. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901
Government-Prizes at Yass Show. I The Government .spcdal prices in conncction j \vll1i the rcccnt Yass show have been awarded | as follows Horse section : W. McLung, 20! 1 points, £5, Cattle section: Friend Bros,, 241 points, £5. Sheep section: C. C. Hall, 48 I points, £5. Farm produce : H. Boswell, 521 points, J5. Mr. McLnng won Mr. Affleck's I special of £$ 5s for taking prizes in eight I sections. v'
Death of a Sister of Mercy. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901
Death of a Sister of Mercy. We regret to anh'otweo tfao depth of Hater M. Hilda »itrpntriok, Convent of Mercy, St. Pat rick's,rGoulburn frhich took placo tbismorning! at 8.31 a.m. Tlio deceased sister, who was 28 years of oge, won an'atlvo of Queensland, her mothor being; Mrs. P.'Fifzpatrjok. head teacher of Ipswich i ublio School, and her brothers, Afessta. P. and J. Fitzpatrick aro well-known in business • circles in *\Odt Australia. Coo sumption hid been iropiimted in Hstcr M. ■ ilda, previous to ber arrival in Goulburo, and probably, llio chaqgo from the iulenw) heat to^thocold of Qoi^hurn,"causcd thoOUeapo to iako fast hold oliben thus causing h$r death. | after twelve month*' illness. A Requiem Mae* ; will be cclobralcd attbo Convent Chapel to 1 morrow morning, at, fl oVlock mid immediately after the funeral will ruovo to Kcnmoro Ctinelery.
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901
Gotauuns Prices Current. (It must be understood that these priccs arc those offered by the local merchants to the. producers, and not those quoted by the merchants to buyers.) Vlour, £0 ios to £7 per ton * Wheat, 2s 3d to 2s 4d per bushel Bran, 8}d to gd per bushel Pollard, $£d to gd per bushel Maize, 2s Qd to 2s lod per bushel Hay, rack, £2 5s to £$ 5 chairing, £2 to £2 Ss per ton Straw, 27s 6d to 303 per ton Barley, is 9d to 2s per bushel Potatoes, £4 15s to £s 10s per ton Onions, 15s per cxvt Chaff, .£3 to £3 5* per ton T Bacon (district), 4d to Od per lb Hams, 5d to 6d per lb Butler, dairy-made, 7dto ^d per lb; factory made ordinary, gd 5 creamery, lod Lard, 8Jd; none offering Eggs, 6d per do/.cn Hides, 3jo to 3|d per lb . Sheepskins, merinos, from 4d to fd per lb, and crosabrcds, 2}d to 3$d Tallow, £17 to £18 per ton in shipping condition ; broken packages, £15 to £16 ' " Wattle bark ^4, hickory £1 ics per ton Cheese (district), 4d to 4$ per lb Honey, 2jd to 3d per lb Bread (re...
SYDNEY STOCK SALES. HOMEBUSH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901
SYDNEY STOCK SALES. Hokbuubh, Thursday. About 27,000 sheep and lambs penned mainly fair to good merinos, with a eprinbliug of prime; croBsbreds plentiful, and ranged from medium to prime and heavy; a few lots of shorn forward, both merinos and crosabreds; good attendance, including Meat i ompony, supply with requirements, active competition, and market closed strong. Quotations Prime and hflnvy.ormsbNa wolb«n -l&lt;Ja Oil hr ;7s (Jd, good 14s to 15s 6d, medium 12s to 18s, inferior from 0s ; prime merino wethers 16s to 17s, extra prime 17s Qd to IPs Cd, gojd 14s to 15s, medinm 12e to ISs, light and inferior 10s ifld to lis; prime crossbred ewes I s tol5a9d, good 18b to 13s Cd, medium lis to l.'s, inferior 9s to 10s ; prime merino ewes 13s Gd to Us 6d, | extra prime IBs to 16s fid, good lis Qd to lis (3d, medium 10a to 10s (id. frhora sheep : ' prime orossbred wethers 1 s, extra prime and heavy crossbred, owes to 12s 3d, prime jmerino wethers'lis to 12s i good )'s 6d I to 10s ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901
,&!■ la UNDEK VICE-REGAL PATRONAGE. JUr .3 ■ " mc f;MRapaie studio. "The Premier Studio c? tlie Southern Distric ;■ Famous for Portralts: of CHILDREN : and artistic Bnto#ment^ ^ '* 111 ML lUSE 1! . Reputation cannot be stolen. When yon see a mail enjoying a "certain reputation you' may bs sure that it belongs to "him. 'Our reputation for keeping faith \vilh the public as regards •' QUALITY & PRICE - belongs to us absolutely ; it is-not somebody else's, mislaid ; it isn't a' misfit, ft sticks to us bjcause it belongs to us, ancf we earned it by giving SATISFACTION, not Sentiments ; FACTS not Fairy Tales. YOU "YVAXT YALUES, not words. ..-..•Therefore it is to your advantage to visit i - ■~T&il6rifig ^Depakjasnt. jgpl$$j Our 45/- »Suit to '•*' measure, with lCxtra Pair Trousers Given Away, i . Auburn-street, Federal Clothing House, Materials v : Indigo Serges, SergoreUtM, and nil Latest Patterns, Summer Tweeds. YofifSouvce'of Suppi >• for the Coming Spring, a...
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901
COMMERCIAL. Gom.ntiRN', Friday. The '»ills report trade steady with a decline from 'Jd to id in bran and pollard, which are quoted at 8^d to 9d. Business in farm produce has been very active this \vccl?| maize has hardened and is very firm at 2s Qrt to 2s lod. Other quotations unaltered. Eggs are not quite so firm locally, but as the Sydney mnrkii is unchanged prices remain unaltered. Butter is plentiful. Lard is verv scarce and is worth 8Jd. . , . - V Messrs. Sands and Co. report selling turkey gobblers from Ka. to 9s 3d, hens 4s Qd to 5s' 3d ; fowls, roosters, 3s Od lo 5s, hens, 3s to 4s j ducks, 4s 3d.. A. consignment of suckers realised from.54 to 5&lt;6di . • ' •' Mkssrs. Wo'on and Co. yarded 330 pigs on Tuesday; a good attendance, and prices were good ; fats 30s to 493, porkers 2Q.\ to 27s Od, stores 12s to 17s; slips 7s 6d to 10.5 6d, suckers 4s 6d to'Gs fid, a fair cooping of poultry ;.best j turkey gobblers to 12s 6d, others 7s 6d to 9s 6d, hens 4s 6d to 6s.; fowls,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901
Crookweil P. & A. Association .Gathering! ©n the Showground. Friday, Oct. 18, 1901. 17NTRIES, as per notification, previously published, dose with the .Secretary oil SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12. All particulars from m p [ EyY| Secretary. Summer Goods iNOW TO HAND j In Great Variety at Very Lowest Prices. Mon's, Youths', Kncl Boys' Clothing. Hats and Necktics a speciality. Men's Best Straw Boaters, 4:6. Felt Hats from 3/6 to 8/6 for very best. All tlic New Shades in Prints at the lowest figures possible. Ladies' Convent Hats—One Shilling (sold everywhere at i/xi ; splendid value.) J. DOWNEY, Msum-st., Mburn. ELITE STUDIO In the Production o[ Artistic Photography Wc Lead. Hy. Dorner. Furniture. ANYONE REQUIRING tar Second hand Furniture Cannot do belter than Call at Railtoit&Go. AUBURN-ST. (near Gil'cspie's Factory). We Manufacture All Classes of Cabinetwork anil Upholstery. ep airs a Speciality. Picture Framiug Faithfully and Cheaply Done. FOR SALE, TwO'Spring Sulkies. Short...
A Story about Sir Henry Parkes. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901
A Story about Sir Henry Parkes. IiErp.itmxo to the fatlior of Mr. R. E. U'Cotmor, " M.A.P." says:—"Ho was Olorlt of Parliaments in Sydney in the old days, and enjoyed some famo among otUer things, as a flutist. Henry Parkes, who was to become later Premier of New South Wales, kept a toy shop in Hunter-street, where he worked at his trade, making toys and doing odd jobs of monding. O'Connor took his iavorito flute down once for repair. Later on, Parkes, whoso shop had always beon a resort for embryo politicians, was returned to Parliament. When ho approaohed the clerk at the table of the assembly to sign the roll, he remarked to O'Connor: "You don't remember me, I suppoFe ?" " Oh, don't I ?" said the Clerk of ■ Parliaments; 'Yoa'io the omadhauiu . ihat ruinod my fluto for me I" , 'i'lio "rumation".of his pet fluto did ; not prevent tlio ^'ood-nrtturod Irishmnn 1 from giving Parkos many a helpful hint iu hiu early career as ^lV(liaiHQii tanas.
Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1901. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901
Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1901. PARLIAMENT. The silting of the assembly which com menced on Wednesday afternoon was con tinuccl to 3.40 a.m. on I'hursday, and in the time # 23 consolidation hills were passed through committee;' I11 the assembly on Thursday the Premier moved tliat'it was expedient to briiig in a bill to make provision for the salary of the Governor of New South Wales, As a very large portion of thqduties which had hitherto ujwit Miw UoVcnior'haH tuon (ra.ia ferred to the Commonwealth he thought that members would agree that the salary now attached to the office should be reduccd, The amount which it was proposed to pay was £5000 per annum for the Govci nor, and £350 each to the private secretary aud the aide-de camp. Although this was only a preliminary stago of the bill, members proceeded to debate the subject at length, nud various suggestions wore mauo as to tho amount of salary which ought to bo paid. Evoatually tho motion was ogreoi to en tho voices, and...
SPORTING. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901
SPORTING. ORIOKET. A match (fifteen a side) will be commenced on the Bhow-ground on Saturday between the married and single players of the association. The following are the teamsMarried: Ncsbitt, French, Costley, -Weatherby, H. Smith, Longley, Best, Costcllo, Wise, Nos* worthy (2), Shepherd (2), Brown, Phillips, and Lockiey. Single: Hunt, Polls, Kaw cliffe, Hocts, Gale, Garrey, Carcw, Jessop, Snowden, Allen,'Nixon, S. Smith, Taylci, Grainger, McKcllar, and McAlister. um pires—Messrs. \\\ Kingsell and Jas. Bomer vailte.