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The Late President McKinley. Czolgosz's Confession. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
The Late President McKinley. Czolgosz's Confession. IjEOtf Cuolgosz, who shot the Proaidont, gave to the police tho following etato •- moat transoribcd aud signed by liim soli:—"I was at Detroit nearly 29 Voars ago. My patents wero Russian Poles. They oame hero 42 years ago. . I. got my education in tlie public schools " of Detroit nnd then wont to Clevoland. M'hoi! I goljivoi'k in Cioveland I read boobs on socialism and mot a ;ri-ent many ; eowalisLs. I was pretty well known as a socialist in the weEt. After hoiug in Cioveland - sevorol years X went to Chicago,, where I remained seven months, after which I went to New ■■ buiy, on the outskirts ol Cleveland, and ■ went to work in the wire mills. During tho last laur years I have had as friends anarchists in Cioveland, Chicago, . Detroit, and other western cities. I suppose I became more or leBs bitter, tee, I know I was bittor. I novor had much Tuck at anything, and this proyed en mo. It m&do mo morose and envious, but what ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
Butterfly Dance, IN AID OF Goulburn Orphanage, 27th & 28tli August, 1901. Balance-Sheet. ^ f ' RECEIPTS. i £ S d fcaie of i icKcts and Cash Dona- - tlons ; I>"lt6 15 o Donations of Goods (value) 310 0 . >, £(2Q - 0 >\ EXFEXUITURB. Hail rent and services 13 5 0 Printiug and adverting $ 6 0 Mubic.;. 300 .Hire cutlery, postage breakages 6c , . sundries * \ 17 ,;7 Value of goons handed Orphanage . y 10 0 Cheque to Orphanage 92 6 5 * JC120 5 0 The Committee beg to thank the Mayor and Mayoress, the Australian Rillcs Band, the Business Finns, and all the Ladies and Gentlemen, who generously gave donations and co-operation, and also'the Proprietors of this Journal for gratuitously publishing this Balance*sheet. J. \V. GHOVENOU 1 Hon. 'AV./1S. DWYER J Sees. Dairy FarmervLook Here I JF.vou rcliuii-c.il CKIiAM SEPARATOR, 13uy lhe.Latest ami ikst Jiactuuc, THE PRINCESS, from A. P. HALL, District Agent for W. P. SMITH. ! send an expert to crect each Machine Purchased from Me. • ...
Hospital Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
Hospital Sunday. Vbstebdiy was observed hb Hospital Sunday, and ladies wore stationed at tbo doors of tbo various churohos with collecting boxos. The day was fino, and so far as tho returns have como to tho secretary cach collection shows an Jcere&ao on the sum gathered last year. Tho amo"unt$ received at each church wero as follows88. Peter and Paul's Cathedral, £17 12/8; St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, £7 ; St. Saviour's Cathedral, £6 14/3 ; Wos loyan Church, M 8/; St. Josoph's, Soman Oatholio t hurch, North Goulbum, £2 1/7 ; jPriniitlve Methodist, ill 12/10$; Baptist, jgl," After tho evening services, the above sums were brought to the secretary's olYicc, and were counted by him with tile assistance of Messrs, G. Taylor, K. F. Meyer, A. A. Kerr, A. A. Mitchell, aiul \V. C. Wat Sqn.' The collectors were as follow.S. Bi'lviour's Cathedral, Mesdames S. W. Alex ander, N. C. C. Phillips, A. A, Kerr, and U. E, Conolly. SS, Peter and Paul's Cathedral, Mrs, R. McKillop and Miss...
MILITARY ENCAMPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
Military encampment. ^VoRK in conncctlon with the four days' camp • of the Australian Horse was begun on Satur day, on the arrival of Quarter-Master Ser geant Butler, who arrivecT from Svdnty with ' this c'dmp equipment. To-day the cainp was laid out bv Keg. Quarter-Master Sergeant Dowetin. To-morrow Gouiburn troops will iiilch Wntsj canteens, and mess quarters, and In the evening the Regimental Baud will go tinder canvas. The oflicer commanding the regiment, Colonel the Hon. J. A. K. Mac kgy, accompanied by the adjutant, Capiain K. M. \Vray, D.8.O., will arrive by express to •morrow evening and proceed at once to the taiftp nt Garroorigang, The troops froin Araluen, Braidwood,Bungendore, and Michc lago will arrive early 011 Wednesday morn ing with the following ofliccrsMajor Ryrie and Lieutenants Shadier, Kyric, and Campbell,
A. Hordern & Sons' Claims. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
A. Hordern & Sons' Claims. ; Messrs. A. B. Co,, insurance ; brokers, have boon vory busy the last few days in connection with prepara tions of the discharges of Anthony Hordorn and Sons' claims, and Friday saw practically tho completion of the collection of tho claims from the Syd ney insurance offices. Tho total amount of such claims is nearly £250,000. The claim roceipls total 760. Theso receipts represent losses under 085 policies. Mr. Hordorn is tv very heavy loser by tho iiro, ns tlio insurance monoys, approxi mating £300,0U0 (this includes policies i-ffsctod iu Londoii), do not i.ouly cover iho vulue destroyed. Sir William Lyuo slatod on Friday that ho hoped to got Fcdoial mombors to visit tho Fodolal capital silos " us early as possible.". Exclusive of tho cost of ndm'nistra lion Victoria is now p>yinp old ago po: • sions at lliuruloof i'U13,000 pcrauniuii, which tho treasurer declares to b > £00 u.oco thun tho b'toto can afford,
Werriwa Times. MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1901. Amalgamated Railway & Tramway Association. Opening of Goulburn Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
Werriwa Times. MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, igoi. Amalgamated Railway & Tram way Association. Opening oi Goulbnrn Branch. A MUiiTiST. of railway employees interested in the formation of a branch of the Amalga mated Kaihvay and Tramway Association in Goiilbuni was held in the Lodge-room, Odd" Allows1 Hall, on Saturday evening. About fifty employees attended. Messrs. T, D. Richards (president, \V. M, Buchanan (vice picsident), ami J. Gerrat'd (general secretary) of the parent association were present as a deputation, and the lirst-nmned occupicd the chair. Tho Chuirniaa thauked llic meeting for hU olcctiou ns representative of tho employed) ou tho Railway Appeal Board, und promised that it would bo thin endeavor to Justify tho coufi* douoc llicy had placed him iu.. Ho cod his j colleagues had come to Qoulburn to try to I pcrtuado tho railway men to coiublnc in an l I organisation, which hud for its objcct the relief of the grlovauocK mi dor whluh they buffered. Thy belief wan growing th...
LICENSING COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
LICENSING COURT. JloNbAV, OOXODXB 7. BsfOlK Mosars. Oaswoll, A. G. Finlay and I Shophord. A renewal of hia license was granted to 6. Budge« Commcroiol Hotel, Tar alga. On (ho application of Mr. E. Betts, renewals of colonial wine liccneo to Frank Haunon of Cullnrin and of publican's llccnse to James Alexander McDonald of fiinda were granted. Charles Rogers made application for removal of his spirits license to Southern Emporium and for issue of a colonial wine licenso for same premises.—Both granted. An application was made by Mr. P. J. Meyer On behalf o! Jane Cummins of the Laggon Inn 'lor a renewal of the license' thereof. Some technioal difficulty arose in the matter, and the bench and Mr. Moyer had a lengthy disserta tion on the best way of getting over tho diffi culty. The Licensing Act was read, and its bearing discussed, when Mr. Caswell said ho thought the best coot so tapursue would bo to let the matter stand over for a fortnight. ■ if r. Meyer pointed ont that the liconso ...
GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. By A. Lansdowne, Seedsman, • Goulburn. • • • ! T11V" land is in good order for cropping' and large sowings bf .'all seasonable | crops must at'once be. sown tot provide j •'abundant winter feed.;-No dairy or; farm can prosper without plenty of food in winter. Mangels should be i largely sown ; they give immense f yields, can be stored-for the winter,! and are grand for sheep, cattle, horses, j poultry, and pigs. Grass seed, lucerne,! millets, &c., should not be neglected.! Maize is good for green feed or en-! silage and carrots are a good field crop. We will have warmer weather, but. frosts are still likely about middle of month, and good rains in the latter part. The season is likely to be very stormy and thundery, and all stacks,! sheds, &c., shouldjbe made secure. I KITCHEN' GAKDEN. Sow pumpkins, melons, (incumbers, marrows, 'toniatos, squashes,'egg plant, Cape goosberry, salads, pras, parsnips, carrot, cabbage, rhubarb, herb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
PROSPECTUS OF The Werriwa Times newspaper Company, Lid, (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, £1500, divided into 300 Shares of £5 each, of which 200 are now offered to the public for subscription, payable ^2 ' ios on application, and the balance at an interval of not less than 3 months from date of formation of Company. v j 30 Shares, fully paid tip, will be allotted to the vendors, Messrs. Locke and Barrett, in full consideration for the purchase of the undertaking and business in connection with the present Werriwa Times Newspaper. 50 Shares will be held for the present in reserve, to be hereafter issued if and when and upon such terms as the Directors may deem expedient.. No 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 been subscri...
Some Good "Bulls." [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
Some Good " Bulls." The late session of the House of Com mons produced fewer " bulls" than usual, but-here are a few of the genuine Irish variety let loose, in the babble shop during that period':— " The lion, member condemned this suggestion the other day. I see. that he is absent now. I ask him to get upi in his place and explain why lie is not here to renew his objections." Mr. Reedy tokl the House of n master ot a workhouse in'" his. constituency who stabbed a tramp, who. fell down dead, covered with blood. " and his life was despaired of for several weeks." Mr. Thomas O'Donnell got mixed with his time after midnight. ■ He-used lite phrase,'' At this liite hour of the .moniinjj';" •:ind..;.\vas interrupted with cries of " Early hour." " Very well," prtceeded Mr. O'Donnell, accepting the cui'j;ectioi),.:"-r'at? thia early Jiom* of' the following mi>rniiig."
Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXI. (Continued.) The moon- shone softly' on the green sward and statues, the flowering shrubs and masses of ivy climbing up the trellis-work that shut in this sheltered spot, beyond and below which lay the quaint, old - fashioned garden and bowered walks always known as the lady's pleasaunce. Down the steps of the terrace Linda venthred, and into one of these shady walks from whence she could .look back at the house , with all its long narrow, windows lit up till it was like one of the mystic palaces of a fairy legend. How beautiful it tvas ! How worthy of its master I and he would bestow it on Lavinia—happy Lavinia. She would not envy the beauty because he loved her, yet her tears fell so fast that she was ashamed of herself for shedding them. Almost unconsciously she turned her back upon the house and walked on and on, till, remembering Lady Miller might wake and miss her, she began to retrace hes steps. And now she grew nervous of the silence and the dark...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
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Cable News. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
Cable News. London, Friday. Particulars of the lighting at Moed will show that Commandant Kemp's force, which attacked Colonel Keke wich, was driven from the position it had taken up, but the British were un able, through the loss of many horses, to pursue the Hying enemy. Colonel Kekewich himself was severly wounded and i6 officers and 48 men were also wounded. The Boers removed most of their wounded, but it has been ascer tained that they lost heavily. One of the British guns captured .at Vlakfon tein was found In ;i-cl;itn: —""" Itala,- on the Zululand border, was garrisoned by three British companies, and 80 under Lieutenants Kane and Lefroy were detailed to. liokl an out post which the Boers were expected to attack. Their position was assailed at midnight by 700 Boers, who sur rounded and carried it after, a heroic light. Lieutenant ICane was killed at the head, of his men, aiid Lieutenant Lefroy was badly wounded. The Boer dead were piled up round the British outpost. An attac...
CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
CHAPTER XXII, Mrs. Pembury wan still sitting where Lavinia had left her, gazing somewhat sadly at a picture of Selby's mother, and marvelling that he should have chosen a wife so utterly unlike her, when Selby himself tapped for admis sion at one of the windows opening on to the terrace. As she pushed back the heavy dainask curtains and unfastened the casement, she saw, to her astbuishment, that lie was carrying a young girl, whose white face lay on his breast, while one of her arms hung limp by her side as though it were broken. . "Don't'be frightened, Sidney," ne • said,. *tflien she started back with an exclamation of terror; " but take care of this poor child while I go with some of the men to search the grounds. There is a rascal lurking in them who would have given me an ugly crack on the head if this brave girl had not pre vented it by receiving it herself." " Who is she ?" • " Did I not tell you ?" Miss Moyle, the favourite attendant on Lady Miller! Will you send for a docto...
EX-PRESIDENT KRUGER IN A SERIOUS CONDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
EX-PRESIDENT KRUGER IN A SERIOUS CONDITION. Mr. Wolmarans, one of the Boer delegates in Europe, says that Mr. Kruger is slowly growing weaker, and his mental condition • is unsatisfactory. In the course of a speech at Clontarf on Saturday Sir William Lyne justified the work of the Commonwealth Parlia ment- and ;ndVocnfa«2-comf>ulooi-y^ Arbi tration, old-age pensions, and woman hood suffrage. Sir William Lyne also said that when the federal tariff, which had been prepared, was made public it would mean a great change so far as New South Walesjwas concerned. Dairying is growing apace on the North Coast, but it has a long way to go before it readies the number of dairy cattle on the South Coast, 111,690; North Coast, 92,501.
THE GOULBURN ASSIZES [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
THE GOULBURN ASSIZES Comincnccd this morning before Ills Honor, . Mr. Justice Owcu. Mr. Tedbar Johnson is the judges* associate, Mr. Belcher, deputy sheriff; Mr. W, A. Parker, assisted by Mr. Gottlding, of the crown solicitor's office, prosecuted. The other legal gentlemen present were Mr. A. James (barrister) and Messrs. Belts, John son, Sendall, and Wallace (solicitors). ASSAULT AND HOIMKRY AT KBS'MOKB. George Frederick Craig and Enoch Am brose Reynolds (on bail) were charged with assaulting, in company, William John Mann, at Kcnmorc, on.5th September, and robbing »,him of about £3. They- were further ■ charged, with maliciously inflicting grievous bodily harm on Mann with intent. Prisoners pleaded not guilty, and were defended by Mr. Betts. Six jurors were chal lenged by prisoners. The cvidencc was reported n( length in these columns when recently before the police court. Briefly it was that on'^th September Mann, who is employed on the Crookwell railway line, came to Gtiulburn a...
Primitive Methodist Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
Primitive Methodist- Bazaar. Tin-. bazaar, organised by the ladies of t|lc Primitive Methodist Church, which was opened oil Thursday evening by the Mayor, was continued on Friday and Saturday evening!*, /ind was fairly well patronised, .■ii"-'1 tilc charming canlata, Princess finj lot, >v;is admirably rendered by a chorus of children. The whole of the arrangements were 'carried out effectiyily. 1 he eh.uacleis were taken as follow I rincess liny Tot, Slnniie Crozier j Major domo, \ man Kolici ts, richly attired in'old court costume ; Mother Kedcan, L>",e e Crazier, dres.cd in an old witch's long li!it and red cloak ; 1-ourand Twenty Blackbirds, the chorus .singers in black masks and lone white dresses with black sashes: itn j;v.c;n:. Q"""1? „H!iigii; n«iniuy ui,mriy, \\ illi.uu K.md.ill j Sec Saw. Marion and Sampson Ashley; Mistress Mary, Cora STcIimcs: llua Uaa Black Sheep, introducjnil ahyelanil), Ltliel Koss | Little Boy Blue, Rov )\«Mi P'ty bllJu f,01» hat to shoes I Lit l...
MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 October 1901
MARULAN. The "Chiel." Tennis Tournament.—The members of the Manikin Tennis Club, and resi .s dents of Marulaiij-. were greatly sur •:pfised at the unexpected result :of the tennis tournament, the Imal of which was played on Tuesday. A great deal of .interest was shown in the various contests. The issues at stake had much to do with this, viz., a trophy -presented by the ladies of "the club'; and the winner to hold the honourable position of captain of -the club for the ensuing six months, the outcome of Mr. Sandler's proposal at a previous meeting. The excitement ran high on Tuesday, when the two gentlemen left in the final toed the mark, namely, Messrs. VV. Ford and A. Kelly. The former gentleman has held the position bf'cap'tain and the enviable reputation of being the foremost, or rather the best player in tho club, an honour to which I think he has proved his title. .His opponent, Mr.. A. Kelly, lias been regarded as an amateur, at times showing some exceedingly, brilliant play,...