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Werriwa Times. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7, 1901. FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE NEAR GOULBURN. Possible Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
Werflwa Tjmes. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7, 1901, FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE NEAR GOULBURN. Possible Water Supply. The Goulburn Federal Cnpil.il Committee lias ' received a lengthy report from Mr, Twynam ex surveyor-general on the important question of water supply. The report is understood to be entirely in favor of Gmtlhurn's elaiins to be included in the favored localities to he submitted to the federal parliament. With the report referred to to back their claim the committee should take prompt action in (In direction of memorialising the state govern ment and the federal parliament on the ques tion. Goulbtirii's claims arc strong, viewed from any standpoint, and it is to be hoped that no further delay will takeplnce in putting them before the proper authorities. The following Is (lie report referred to t. Referring to our late conversation touch ingifmtljcr: jni'iirmatioii it:- to improvement of water aupplv, I have made inspection with a view..lft ascertain whether water supply by gravitation ...
Lady Jane. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
Lady Jane. .CHAPTER I. " I suppose we must invite her here," sighed Mrs. Halle, as she sat with folded- hands,- watching her eldest daughter rapidly peruse the letter she had just given her. "Your papa leaves it to me; but, being a relative of .his own, I think he will bs vexed if I slight-her." " It's a bore to have relatives at all !" exclaimed Diana Halle, with her thin aquiline'nose in. the air. " If they are poor they worry one; if rich, they take too much upon themselves. But I suppose it will not be for long ?" " Oh no ; don't you see that she says.she has obtained another engage ment, but does not commence it for ten days ?" " Ten days would^soon pass away," mused Diana. "I.suppose we could put up with lier for that time." " Of.whom are you talking?" asked her sisVer'Aurora, who had . been ab sorbed in, the fashion plate'she' was studying... 'r " Lotta.'Maynard. Her mother was papa's/half-sister. She is. coming to London, and lie would like us to be civii.to her.'",. i " But...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
"CLAREMOHT," Bourke-st., GOULBURN, Opposite Church Hall, 2 Minutes' from P.O. and Government Offices, Affords exceptional opportunities to those seeking SUPERIOR BOARD AND RESIDENCE And a Refined Home. Excellent Cuisine. Terms Moderate. Good Stalling and Coach House. MR. w. E. dwyeri attorney, solicitor,; & proctor; -;v Comm'jsrioxku fok Affidavits, MONTHGUE - STREET . (over Sands' Sale Yards), G (O 13 lb C R N. VISITS GUNNING FIRST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH. Agent for .Imperial Fire Insurance Co. Limited.
BUNGONIA. (From Our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
BUNS0NIH. (From Our Correspondent.) A TliXN'ts tournament was commenced on the Bungonia Court on Saturday last, great interest being taken in the event, which was shown by the large number of spectators present. Fifteen players put in an' appearance. The day was all that could be desired, and the court in excellent order. Mr. G. Broadhcad captained the players, and Mi'. O. A. Broadhcad gave general satis faction as umpire. Messrs. Reg. and F: Broadhcad were scorers. Follow ing are the scores in the first round :— G. Broiidhcad v. J. Funncll 10—7 T. I'Vost v. A. Hruadliead ......... 10—3 John Kyan v. A. Fiiimcll 10—3 Ji. Armstrong v. M. Asy 10—7 I-\ Hioadliead v. C. Ilogau ...... jo— y J.I3. Armstrong v. H. Forrester ... ,10—2 11. J. Broadhead v. Ij. Ikoailhe.ul 10—0 Reg. liroadhead, a bye. The tournament will be resumed 011 Saturday, August 17th. A team of four gentlemen and four ladies will'paly a like team in Goiil btihi next Saturday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
Furniture. ANYONE REQUIRING New op Second hand Furniture Cannot do buffer than Call at Railton & Co. \ AUIJURN-ST. (near Gillespie's Factory). We Manufacture All Classes of Cabinet Work ahel Upholstery.. Repairs a Speciality. Picture Framing Faithfully and Cheaply Done. , FOR SALE, Two*SprIng Sulkies. Short Shafts, 3ft. 8in. wheels >.. "0 „ „ 4ft. sin. „ ... 7 „ „ 41't. 4111. „ ... 8 Three^Spriiig Sulkies. Short Shnfts 8 „ „ butter finish 9 ;f „ full squab back' ... 10 •jj „ nick, 2 steps 11 •J „ wheels i:]-, quality guaranteed 12 10 J best linisli, quality ' guaranteed 15 10 Full Tray Sulkies., [ Shafts g _ [- ,, full back 10 10 [ 11 11 quality gua ranteed J2 10 I'cnberlfiy & Donnelly's Patent Spring Shaft Sulkies. | Shafts, quality guaranteed ...15 10 r „ best finish, quality gua ranteed 18 10 Bent Shaft Sulkies. J Shafts, good quality ........ 12 "io „ best finish, quality gua ranteed "18 10 f „ best finished 15 10 We stock (lie Best English and American Buggy ...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
LAWN TENNIS. ■' ' The . handicap tournament arranged by-the'Goulburn club was commenced on' the Clifford-street courts on Satur day last, and contnuied 011 Monday. The play was witnessed by a " fair number of spectators. There were about 40 nominations. A committee of ladies; comprising Mrs. Conolly, Mrs. A., B. .-Cjiisholmv, and Miss.Hay, superintended the/l'ufrcshjnenls-jylilclf were dispcusedv .each? afterlidon. Messrs. G. S. Shepherd, Kelso,'W. Hi' Mackenzie, !£. A. Belts, and J. Phelan arranged the tournament, and Messrs. Shepherd,:Kelso,-Mackenzie, L. Hunt, and W. H:-''Byrnes'acted as liaridi cappcrs. The pWyerS afe classified, E signifying: scratch-. The names of playefsiiaviug lhe letters from A to D inclusive o\ve tliose with the letter's F to I have:to;allow half 15. Following are the results :— GiiN'Ti.BJiBx's Sixiii.u Handicap. L. Hunt (a) forfeited tu Sheldon (e) Moniighau (•„•) boat Byrnes (e) 6—4, 4—5 -* W. H. Mackenzie (d) beat E. A. Helta (a) 6-3, 4—3 P. J.. Meyer (...
CHARITY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
CHARITY SOCIAL A social in aid of the funds of St. Vincent de Paul Sewing Guild took place at the Odd fellows' Hall on Tuesday evening. It was first intended to carry out (lie social in the large assembly hall, but the attendance was so large that it was decided at 10 o'clock to adjourn to the hall downstairs. The social was in every way a success. Music was pro vided by Messrs. F. Fenton, A. Wilkie, C. O'Keefe, \\\ Fii/.gibbon and others. Mr. A. Stevenson acted as M.C. Refreshments were provided by the ladies. According to the Daily Telegraph the trade unionists of Sydney are closing up their ranks and putting forth a determined effort to secure better working conditions both as re yards hours and wages. The tailorcsscs have been fairly launched, and successful organis ing work is in progress with the brick-carters ind operative brick-makers. Hotel, club, and restaurant employees are moving to better their lot, the bakcrfe hat e, issued a demand for :hc recognition of uniojutffiula...
THE MANUFACTURE OF STEEL RAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
THE MANUFACTURE OF STEEL RAILS. In reference to an article in Monday's " Telegraph" on the above subject, the State Minister for Works'writes :— " There is one fact in connection with the steel rails offer which you have overlooked, and yet it is one that com pletely upsets your contention that my minimum wage provision was respon sible for the failure to secure a tender. It is this :—After I had inserted the minimum wage of 7s per day in the resolutions (afterwards passed by parliament), the Blythe River Iron Ore Company—mainly consisting of rich Melbourne speculators—agreed to ac cept a contract 011 those terms. You must, therefore, seek the cause of failure elsewhere. The Agent-General plainly states in his letter that the chief objection of the ironmasters was' the stipulation about the selling price being guided by the prices in Great Britain or America, plus usual freight and other charges. Then comes the significant', " Moreover, it might be that the Steel Trust of America wo...
LABOR LEGISLATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
LABOR LEGISLATION. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—The lolly of overdoing labor legis lation is now being brought home in a very practical manner to the class legislators of Victoria and New Zea land. 4In both , colonies it lias, been carried to an extreme in different forms, but with similar results in each case. The Arbitration Court in one and the Wages' Boards in the other, are two very different' pieces of mach inery ; but they arc both worked 011 one common principle, with the pro fessed view of avoiding or settling disputes between employers and em ployed. Each has been proclaimed a distinct success by the oracles of trade unionism—by all, in fact, who advo cate high wages, short working hours, and other privileges dear to the. worker's heart.' On the' other hand, each has been subjected to stringent criticism by those who.appreciate the value of capital invested in local in dustries, and who object to any arbitrary interference with the right of employers to conduct their own business i...
METAL-WORKERS' STRIKE. 165,000 Men to Go Out. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
METAL-WORKERS' STRIKE. 165,000 Men to Go Out. Loxdos'i Monday .—In connection with the American metal-workers' strike, the United Statca Steel Corpo ration is preparing to light to a finish. It is stated that the directors* of the corporation intend to expel the mem bers of the Amalgamated Metal workers' Association from all the steel mills. On the other hand, the strike is extending among the employees of the National Steel, the Federal Steel, and the National Tube companies. When all these men come out the strikers will number 165,000 men. The union declares that it embraces 75 per cent, of the total employees of the great trust.
OLD AGE PENSIONS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 6. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
OLD AGE PENSIONS. Tuesday, August 6. Bkfokb Messrs. Caswell, P.M. and Mr. C. H. Roberts. I , The following were granted :— I ■ Mary J. Gane, Ilungonia. 69 « Margaret Rowlands Spring Valley, widow, 3i' / • . WiHfom HauafoidiTaralgn,67 • - • David l'lynn,-Taral^ar66 SnsnnnaluArulj.tt, Bnngoiiin, 77 • , Mary West, Ctirniwang, 68 ' * ' ■! J/,f' • Michael O'Shatmessy, Crookwell, 64 Jessie Melntyre, Taralga, fc'o r: Martha Chapman, Huwlanopn, 69 .; Henry A. Neale, Hungoniaj 69 • John M; Armstrong, Bungonia, 61 Ivor Malcolm, Goulburn, 63 • George Gane, Bungonia, 70.
GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. By A. Lan'sdows'e, Seedsman, Goulburii. The. very severe winter lias stopped growth, but during August there should be a little improvement. Many crops should l)e got In at once. As potatoes will be very dear, it will pay to put in a few early, and cover tiieni from frosts. Further severe weather may be expected, cold winds, frost, snow, and rain. Get all heavy work over, and give plenty of manure to all crops and fruit-bearing trees, and let all land be broken up deeply to enable it to retain moisture. KITCHEN' GARDEN*. Sow parsnips, carrots, beet, onions, cabbage, peas, broad beans, lettuce, raddish, leek, &c. Some turnips may be tried. Plant out asparagus and rhubarb roots and dress beds. Toma toes may be sown in boxes. l'ilvLD. Sow peas, onions, cabbage, early potatoes, grass seeds, mangels, ancl prepare land for.swedes, &c. ORCHARD. Finish priming, planting young trees, draining, trenching; niui «>;anur ing. Be careful to...
GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL Knit Thursday's meeting of the Council the following notices of molion have been given : Bv the Mayor: That the slone-crtinhcr lie erected at once, atul tliat the necessary shaft* ing, belting, &c., be procured for sanie so as to enable operations to be commenced forth with. By Alderman O'Brien : (I) That the Works Committee be authorised to inspect the land of Mr. Beattie, fronting Verner-street and Victoria Parade, and if they see lit to con* elude an arrangement with him for obtaining from the land road-makiug and repairing material at not more than 3d per load. (2) That the Minister for Works be reques ted, through the Member f&lt;?r Goulburn, to at once introduce, and endeavour to have passed, an act to reduce the debt and annual pay ments in connection With tttc debt 011 the Goulburn Waterworks, in terms of his pro mise to the Council made a considerable time ago. • A" ~,v ; -» By Alderman Costlcy t That as thfe.prcscnt condition of the...
STATE FINANCE. Mr. Brunker's Charges. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
;;;W STATE FINANCE."" Mr. Brunker's Charges. Mk. See, in the course of a speech at the Friendly Societies' Demonstration at Clontnrf on Monday, said the government had survived both a general election and a vote of censure. They had comb triumphantly through both, and they accordingly claimed to be in office with' the mandate of the people. During the election, charges of maladministration were made against the government, and lie began to wonder where they were going to end. He could say that nothing would be done to discredit the government, or to bring injury to the country. They would endeavour to put on the statute-books the measures indicated in the Governor's speech. Then the Premier referred to Mr. Brunker's speech at East Maitland. '• I see," he said, " that Mr. Brunker made a speech at Maitland the other day, in which he charged the govern ment with having offered bribes for support, or what amounted to offering bribes, to obtain the support of hou. members. I ,fling back ...
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. Tuesday. Before the P.M. and Messrs. Mather and C. H. Koberss. \ ' DKTRSTIOSC OF A HORSE. Sarah Coleman v. James Mortimer. Mr O'Brien for plnintiff, Mr. Betts for defendant. Plaintiff stated that she owned a chestnut horse which alio valued at £5. She sold the horse to n cabman namenNcale, who was to take the horse and use him in his cab, and pay for liini at the rate of 103 per week, and upon the payment in full of the £5, the horse was to become Nealc's property, I only re eefved £1 in payment and demanded the horse from him ; I then demanded the horse back, again and found that he had sold him to the present defendant; I did not authorize Neule to part with the horse, and he is still my property. To' Mr, Betts : I did not agree to let him have the horse for 5/- per week ; he did not say lie wished to see if hesuited him ; he took the horse without any trial; I never told him to sell the horse, ancl he never paid ,me £s; he once drove me out to Kingsdnle for...
REDISTRIBUTION OF SEATS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901
redistrVbotion' of seats. The final report of the Electoral Dis tricts Commissioners on the redistribu tion of seats in the New South Wales parliament has now been prepared. This report is in reality an amended one, the first statement having, in view of altered conditions, been referred back to the commissioners. There is some new matter which is interesting. A number of new names are suggested for electorates. The quota pur elec torate is 2633 and the number of electors in the state of New South Wales: 329,093.