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BANKRUPTCY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901

BANKRUPTCY. lit 10 Gooigo l''oalor, of Laggan, laboror, foimorly carrying on farming at Tuwiung, a ainglo meeting was held in the ostate yesterday ljoforo Mr. CaawoU, district registrar. Mr, Thomas for bankrupt. Bankrupt attributed his bankruptcy lo -osBea lie sustuinod through floods uud drought while ho was fanning on halves with Mr. Jobson at Towrang; he was now employed by Mr. Martin at Uiggan and recoivod 30s a week, with which ho had to keep himself, wife, and two children. Tho examination was declared closed, untl the meeting lapsed lJGcau60.no creditors woro preson^,

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901

WANTED;; I Cam«ji*sscrs "for"Inlancl^towns air -1-4 through the Commonwealth .for articles in gfcat demand, and particularly in Lady's line; Liberal Commission. Apply MOWBRAY & 'CO., 293 Auburn-street, Goulburn. E. ASHLEY ~P01i Best Bread and Pastry. Wedding Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and Socials catered for. E. ASHLEY'S 'TlEA rooms, 73 Auburn-street, next N.S.W. Bank. -Country patrons rcccivo evrey attention. Pot of Tea and Refresh ments 6d. Chaff 1 Chaff ! THE undersigned is now Selling. PRIME -1- OATEN CHAFF 3/6 per cu't. Whcaten Chaff 3/. per cwt. D. H.LQCKARD. PrimeSeed Potatoes. FOR SALE. CHEAP, A BOUT .500 Bags Brownells, Flour Balls, CL and Early Rose. P. McSHANE. J. BAXTER, THE LEADING JEWELLER) next Royal Hotel*1 — FOR — "\I7"EDDING PRESENTS, Up-to-Date WATCHES and JEWELLERY, 2lt Sydney Prices. BARNES BROS., 79 AND 223 AllBURN-ST. TTAIRDRESSERS'and tobacconists. Only the Best Brand ofTobaccos, Cigars, ai.o o.'t-nrcttesstocEccr. Hairdressmg ssaToon in charge...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901

QOULBURN DISTRICT COURT Was held yesterday before His]Honor Judge Fitzhardinge. The members of the lcgiil profession present were Messrs. Betts, O'Brien, Dwyer, Thomas, Sendall, and Meyer. The list con tained seven , suits, two interpleader cases, a new trial mo! ion, and six c a. s a. applications. , Eight.of these were out-; four were, postponed till nest court j and in .one a confession wiisliled, The following was undefended, and a verdict was giv.cn. to plaintiff as under G. T. Steadinau v.B. Blackburn.— Dishonoured promissory note, £2113s, with live per cent', interest acldcd from date of judgment.. Mr., OJBrien for plaintiff. OA. . 8.1. AI'iLICATfOff.; i' Ann llison v. AVilliam Spaokman.— At tlio April court applicant obtained a. verdict for £17 10a with costs for damages incurred through defendant's nogioct in keoping a farm, in-proper order. This vordict was still nuealiH liu<l. Mr. Dotts forupplioant.. i ■ llospondc-nt filed an affidavit to tho ofEcct that lie h...

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Cable News. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901

. Cable News. London. Wednesday. Lord Kitchener's weekly report, winch 'includes no particulars about GeneralfjSotha's.recent movementson the ZjJi'ulapd frontier, shows that" 27 Boers "have* been killed, 24 wounded, and 274 taken prisoners. Besides, 48 have surrendered, and the captures in clude rifles, ammunition, horses,cattle, and waggons. ■The Boers captured a large convoy at Mcliiiotlr last 'Sunday, killing six native police and capturing the com mander of, the escort. The Nqutu district of. Zuhiland has been raided by the. Boers, who cap tured much stock and killed 30 natives. London newspapers which support the Government complain that there is no sign of its appreciating the neces sity which exists for a vigorous effort to end the war. .Details of the fight on the Zuiuland border show that it lasted, 19 hours, and that many prominent leaders, fromGerieral Botha down, participated in it. Colonel Iveliewich repulsed a strong force led by Commandants Delarey and Kemp on Wednesd...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901

mechanics' Institute. The monthly meeting of the committee was held last evening. The receipts of the month ivcre £243 14s lid, inclusive of the govern- , ment subsidy, £150. Accounts amounting to1 £66 8s 7d were passed. The treasurer re ported a credit balance of £277 2s 4d. The 1 louse committee were instructed to prepare I \ report with estimate of cost for fittingup the proposed billiard-room, and for any alterations 1 5r repairs necessary in the main building. It! kvns decided to advertise in due coursc for ap plications frombiliiard-markerand caretakcr. Persons desirous of that position should re-1 irain from applying till the advertisement, lppcars. I

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Shocking Affair. A Child Outraged. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901

Shocking Affair. . A Child Outraged. . The immunity which Sydney and its suburbs have enjoyed for several years past from outrages whose details have, a.revolting effect upon the moral feel 'ings of the community, was dispelled! on Wednesday by the news of a brutal assault by a man upon a little girl, eight years of age, residing with her parents at the Glebe. According to the story of 'the girl, she, in company with her younger brother, a child unable yet to speak, was going to a confectioner's shop about nine o'clock on Tuesday morn ing to purchase some lollies, when she was accosted by a man. He was respectably dressed, and spoke kindly to her, asking her, by way of prelimi nary, to direct him to some street near by. She did so, and then entered into ail innocent ^conversation. The man eventually asked her to go for a walk', but she stoutly refused to do so until She was tempted by tlr; promise of a gold watch. Taking the man's hand, the-children walked through many streets, whic...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Otto Cribb's Death. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901

Otto Cribb's Death. At the Central Criminal Court on Wednesday, before Mr, Acting Justice Pring and a jury of twelve, eleven men, named Michael Dunn, William McCarthy, William James Miller, Walter Weeks, Bert Howard, Adam ianies Willis, Charles Alfred Dunn ohn Batman, Robert Turner, Harry Beckett, and George Durham Brown, Were arraigned on a charge of having^ 011 July 23, feloniously slain Alfred Otto Simpson (professionally known as Otto Cribb.) Mr, C. G. Wade prosecuted for the crown. ( Evidence for the prosecution was given by Sub-inspector Sherwood, Charles Mullett, and Constable Cheney. They stated, in effect, that the contest Was a fair one in every respect, and {ought under the Marquis of Queens berry rules. Ill tlio courBO of liis summing up, liis Honor directed tho jury that, before thoy considered anything else, tUoy liad to bo satisfied that Simpson's death was causod or accelerated by what took placo at the boxing contest. Simpson appeared to have been a man in full heal...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901

DEATH.   WATTS. — October 4th (inst.), at the residence of his son-in-law, 247 George - street, Sydney, HENRY BOURNE WATTS, aged   eighty years. An old and respected resident of Goulburn.  

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Death of Mr. O. Furner, Senior. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 October 1901

Death of Mr. O. Furner, Senior. MUCH regret was expressed yesterday morn- ing when the citizens heard that a resident of Goulburn for over fifty years, Mr. Owen Furner, had died somewhat unexpectedly at the residence of his son, Mr. F. Furner,   Randwick, on Wednesday evening, from failure of the heart. Mr. Furner left Goul- burn about a week ago on a visit to Sydney, and was then apparently in fairly good health, though he had been suffering from a cold for   some time. No news of illness was received   by his family here and the telegram announc-   ing his death came as a great shock to   them. The event is made all the more sad from the fact that it is only about three months since Mrs. Furner died somewhat suddenly at her son's place, Randwick, while on a visit to Sydney. Mr. Furner was in his seventy-third year, was a native of Sussex, England, but came to New South Wales in 1838, when he was only ten years of age...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901

Crookwell P.& fl. Association Spring Gathering! On the Showground. Friday, Oct. 18, 1901. ENTRIES, as per notification, previously published, close with the Secretary on SATURDAY, OCTOJ3ER 12. All particulars from M. P. LEVY, Secretary. Summer Goods NOW TO HAND 111 Great Variety | lit Very Lowest Prices. Men's, Youths', and Boys' Clothing. Hots ami Neckties a speciality. Men's Best Straw Boaters, 4 6. Felt Hats from 3,6 to 8,'6 (or very best. All the New Shades in Prints at the | lowest figures possible. Ladies' Convent Hats—One Shilling (sold everywhere at i'ii : splendid •value.) J. DOWNEY,, fluburn-st., Goulburn. ELITE STUDIO In the Production of Artistic Photography We Lead. Hy. Dorner. ANYONE REQUIRING Newop Second hand Furniture I Cannot do better than Call at AUBURN-ST. (near Giltapie's Factory). We Manufacture All Classes 0/ Cabinet Work | and Upholstery. ep airs a Speciality. Picture Framing Faithfully and j Cheapjy Done. FOR SALE, TwO'Spring Sulkies. A Short Shafts...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Cable News. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901

Cable News. London, Saturday. COMMAXDAXT SCHEEI'ER, W'llO is* ill, and who is beiiig conveycd south wards, narrowly escaped from liis pursuers. N ' The Boers who attacked Forts Itala and Prospect numbered 4000. The British buried 332 Boers at Itala, where the 'enemy fought with, doggea desperation, repeatedly charging the trenches. Lord Kitchener, in con gratulating Major Chapman, who was in command, said that but (or the fine stand made by the garrison the results ; would have been disastrous. Of the 80 men sent out to protect the threat ened outpost 14 escaped, and 37 who were captured were compelled to carry away wounded Boers before they were released, A doctor who volunteered to succour the British wounded at Fort Itala was compelled by the Boers to attend to their wounded. The British wounded had to remain for a day under the broiling sun with out skilled attendance or even water. The Victoria Cross has been awarded to Lieutenant F. W. Well, of Western Australia, and to Farrie...

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DALTON NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901

DALTON NEWS. (FJ:0U OUU OOEHESPONDENT.1 Hosmtal Ball.—Tho weathor was rather disappointing far tlio hospital ball laBt Monday. Heavy rain, with snoW| foil during the day, and so many wore kept away. Taking nil things into account iho ovont was very success ful, the takings amounting to about £0 and tho oxpensos £8, which loaves a balanco of £ti for the hospital fundB. Tho music was supplied by Messrs Hearn, Downey, and Malt how 8, and Mrs. Wheatley. Tlie catering was carriod out by Mr. Huwlcc r, of Gunning. Mrs. JDowling and Mr. D. Q. Whoatloy, as secretaries, left no stone unturnod to assuro success. _■ Coxceht.—A very successful concort, in aid of the Clergy, Widow anil Orphan Fund, was hold hero in connection with tlio Church of England. Tho vocalists included Miss Adauis (who os a groat favorite here), Miss Newman, Mrs. Ellis, Messrs. Watsford, Walker, and J. Dowling. Miss Nott, assistant teacher, prepnrod the little ones who sang, and thoy did evory credit to thomaylvoj and the...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901

COMMERCIAL. Gol'LUPHX PiHCES CURRENT. (It must be understood that these prices are those offered by the local merchants to' the producers, and not those quoted by the merchants to buyers.) Flour, £6 ios to £7 per ton Wheat, 2S 2d to 2S 4tl per bushel Bran, »ld to gel per bushel Pollard, 8}d to yd per bushel Oats, 2s Maize, as gd to Ss lod per bushel Hay, rack, £2 5s to £3; chatting, £2 to £2 5s per ton Straw, 27s fid to 30s per ion Barley, is od to 2s per bushel Potatoes, £4 15s to £$ 10s per ton Onions, 15s per cwt Chaff, £3 to £3 5s per ton Bacon (district), 4d to fid per lb Hams, 5d to 6d per lb Butter, dairy-made, 7dto Sdperil); factory made ordinary, gd ; creamery, lod I.nnl, 8}d; none offering liggs, 6d per dozen Hides, 3}d to 3fd per lb Sheepskins, merinos, from ad to 3d per lb, and crossbrcds, ajd to 3JU Tallow, £17 to £u per toil in shipping wiiditioii! broken iwtoitfcn, £15 to

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Wesleyan Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901

Wesleyan Bazaar. To-morrow oveniug tie Mayor will open a spring fair in (he Oddfellows' Hall iu niaof tho funds of tho Wesleyan Charch, and it will bo continued on the following two days. A splendid collection of useful and fauoy articles hart been provided, and oach evening there will bo an onteriainmont consisting chiefly of i military displays Tboro will also bo a musical I programmo. It is cxpccted that tho fuir will attract a large aUondanco.

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Touring the World on Foot. Exciting Adventures. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901

Touring the World on Foot. Exciting Adventures, Ccsali Oxu.vhe, an Italian student, who, with companions, is touring round the world, studying the manners and customs of the peoples, stopped in Compton-street, Soho, the other clay to study " an English quarrel between a man and a woman."- A policeman misunderstood his motives, and told tlicni to " move lion I" Ondaro mis understood the policeman, and, think ing the man in blue wished to discuss the ethics of the row in progress, com menced a voluble disquisition in very I bad English, which only ended when lie found himself locked up for the night on a charge of obstruction. On the morrow he was fined zss, and liis experience must be deemed cheap at the price. Ondare and his chums began their tour under the auspices of » committee constituted at Livorno under tho name of tho " Globe Trotters." They Were to malco a. tour of tho world ou foot, travelling 170,000 milos in all before August 20, 100S. If successful a prize of £7000 will ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Exploded Food Fallacies. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901

Exploded Pood Fallacies. * Fish as a food of the brain-worker must be consigned to the limbo of vanities, though certain forms of iish are the cheapest of all foods, notably the bloater. N Oysters are frauds. It would take fourteen oysters to equal the nourish ment of one egg, and 233 to provide the same amount of nutriment contained in a pound of beef. Salt iish, especially salt flatfish, is the most valuable food for the poorer classes, and whole races in the South of Europe live on the Newfoundland cod. Canned salmon we see at 1/6 a pound is no more expensive than cod at 6d, Millions of people live on it, and the North American settler who is well provided with cash finds it a good substitute and change from fresh meat at times. Frogs' legs are not of high nutritive value, which need not surprise us. . Turtle soup, from the chemist's point of view, is not worth a tenth of the price paid for it. On the night of Tuesday, 17th ult., the manager's room connected with the Burrowa bran...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Butterfly Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901

Butterfly Dance. The balance-sheet of the Butterfly Dance in aid of the Gonlburn Orphanage appears in this issue. It.shows a most gratifying result, and all to whose exertions the great success achieved is due may well feel proud of their services in so j;ood a cause. Special praise is due to the Mayoress, Mrs. J. J. Roberts, whose labours were unceasing, and as the result of her great personal exertions, she handed to the secretaries a chcquc for close upon £60. The net proceeds are the largest; yet obtained, exceeding even those of last j year, which were deemed to make a record,! by the sum of £g. I

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Matrimonial Complications. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901

Matrimonial Complications. People do occasionally marry and pnrt at tho church door, outsido tho penny novelotto which delighteth tho miree girl—and sometimes " tho missus" also. R eceutly a ladylike person, whoso name did not transpiro, applied to Mr. d'Eyncourt, nt.the North London police court; for advico. Sho told a singular story of matrimonial complications. At I thn nco of 17 wpo mnrriprl tn n youth of II). They parted at the church door, he going to Australia to make his fortune, und she to her home. Bho ceased to hear from her husband after a fete months, and a long time after she was informed that he died in the bush nino months after the marriage. But she never had any proof of the death. Some years after she became acquainted with a man in a good posi tion, and eleven years ago tho man married her, knowing at the tirno the story of her previous marriage. After a time he treated her badly, and thon deserted her. There woro five children of tho marriage, but two had died. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901

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Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901

Wedding. - This morning (he Wesley.™ Church was the sccnc of a pretty wedding, when Miss Ethel M. Nash, youngest daughter (if Mr. and Mrs. W. Nash of Gouthurn, was married to Mr.' W. A. Horsefteld of Sydney, The ceremony was performed by the liev. J. W. Winspear. The bride, who was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. T. W. Tinson, of I-ithgow, looked charming in a costume of light grey silk voille, and white hat trimmed with ostrich feathers and chiffon. She carried a bouquet of white.(lowers. She was attended by Miss Biles, of Stantnore, who wasattired in apretty dress of fawn silk voille, and pale blue hat trimmed with pink roses. She wore a gold cable bangle, the gift of the bridegroom, and carried a pretty bouquet. Mr. C. M. Nash, brother of the bride, was best man. As (he wedding party left the church Mr. W, Thor«« man, organist, played the Wedding March. Mrl and Mrs. Horselield left by the u,20a.m. train for their future home in Sydney. The presents wcrc^j^^rous and costly.<...

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