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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
Wanted, A STRONG WILLING BOY, to make himself generally useful—able lo milic, Apply DR. MORTON, Auburn-street, WANTED, LADY Canvassers for inland towns all through the Commonwealth for articles in great demand, and particularly in Lady's line. Liberal Commission, Apply MOWBRAY ft CO., 293 Auburn-street, Goulburn, E. ASHLEY FOR Best Bread and Pastry. Wedding Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and Socials catered for. E ASHLEY'S TEA ROOMS, 73 Auburn-street," next N.8.W. Bank. Country patrons receive cvrcy attention. Pot of Tea and Rcfrcsh nients 6d. THHNKS. THE Sisters of Mercy return GRATFKUL THANKS to the Hon. Joint Secretaries (Messrs. W. E. Dwycr and J. W. Grovenor), the Committee, and all the Ladies and Gen tlemen, who so charitably Interested them selves in making the recent Orphanage Ball such a deckled success. Convent of Mercy, Goulburn, Qth October, 1901. Grand Social At KIALLA, FRIDAY, Oct. 11,1901. TRY MORGAN'S Refreshment Room -FOR A CUP of Good Coffee and Scotch Pic 3jd....
Two Youths Drowned. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
Two Youths Drowned. At about half-past 6 on Monday night two youths, Edward Brocon (17) and John Easterbrook (17), both of Bal main, who had been spending the day on the Paramatta River, were return ing to town, in tow of the ferry steamer Nixie. They had not proceeded very far before a strong southerly squall arose, and almost immediately their little craft was swamped, and the boys were, in the water. Lifebuoys and ropes were thrown to them from the steamer, and a couple of men also plunged into the water to effect a rescue, but before assistance arrived the youths sank,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
PROSPECTUS 0F The Werriia Tii« Hcftpapsr Coinpa j, Lid (To be registered under the Companies Ab(g.) Capital, ^1500, divided into 300 Shares of £5 each, of which 200 are now offered to the public for subscription, payable £2 10s 011 application, and the balance at an interval of not less than 3 months froiii date %[ formation of Company. ' 1 50 Shares, fully paid: up, will be allotted to the vendors, Messrs. Locke and Barrett, in iull 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 s. subsc...
TUESDAY. SENTENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
fl'ESDAV. SENT£.VCES. George Frederick Craig, who was convicted on the previous day of mali ciously doing grievous bodily harm! .without intent, was brought up for sentence. Mr. Betts, who appeared for pri soner, appealed to iiis Honor to deal with him under the First Offenders' Act, urging that the object of punish ment was more reformation than punishment, There were previous convictions against prisoner for minor offences, but none of • an indictable character. He had prisoner's assur ance that he had given up drinking, and was working. He came into (own to get some clothes. Unfortunately he met Mann, who led him nwav drink ing. His Honor said lie considered this was a case in which he could take advantage of the First Offenders' Act. The jury had acquitted prisoner of the more serious charges, and that reduced the affair to a drunken brawl. It was unlortunate that it had oc curred, and he hoped it 'would be a warning to prisoner to avoid drink in the future'. The sentence would ...
Goulburn Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
Goulburn Cricket Association. The weekly meeting of the above was held on Monday evening. The president, Mr. A. B, Chisholm, was in the chair, and there were present Messrs. Shepherd, Potts, Somervaille, Snowdon, and McAIister. The visit of the Englishmen was referred to, and a letter from Major Wardill was read stating that so far no dates were available, but that he would communicate by wire immediately, and also if a Friday and Saturday would suit the Englishmen, and the matter stands in abey ance pending the receipt of this information. The secretary was instructed to hand over the trophy given by the president for the best bowling average of last season, won by Mr. Cnrcw. Permission was granted to Mr. Jpe Nosworthy to play with the South Ward team. A donation of a silver cup was made hy Mr. Waugh, and it was decided to award it to the junior competition. The cup is to be won twice in succession before becoming the absolute property of any team. A donation of three guineas was g...
Windellama. (From Our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
Windellama. (From Our CorrcsnondenLl Odicket.—Tho Waterloo Criclict Club has been resuscitated, and during the past fortnight some practico indulged in, Tho season opens on Saturday next, when a ilfatcli will bo played on | tbo Waterloo ground against an Inveralochy I team. I . Hospital Ball.—Tlic Windellama Hospital 1 Ball of this year, which is to take place on the 23rd instant, promises to eclipso all former efforts. Arraugements In connection therewith are well apace, and the honorary secretaries, Air. J. A. and Mien Florist Gegg, aro sparing no onorgy to bring about a Biroilar suocese to that achieved on previous occasions. School Liebaiiy.—Mr. J. T. Cell, the popular teaoher of tho Brouti Public School, has taken steps, towards the formation of a School Library, and already has about £5 in hand for tho purohaee of suitable books. Weather.—The weather conditLns. of the past fortnight h'avo been of a variable ohoraoter. The spring grass has a fair start, but a fall of rain is wa...
SOUTH AFRICA. British Casualty Lists. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
SOUTH AFRICA. British Casualty Lists. LO.N'DON", Sunday Afternoon.—The total casualties sustained by all arms of the service in South Africa from the incep tion ot hostilities in October, 1899, up to September 30 amounted to 75,562 officers and men. The following died on active ser vice Officers 8 4 Men 16,646 Total Deaths 17,472 0£ the foregoing total 10,550 officers and men died of disease.' Out of 57,470 who were invalided home the great majority recovered and rejoined. The British casualities during the mqnth of September were as follow :— Ofllceta. Men. Killed, wounded, or mtaatutf 73 ...1012 Died of dlspaEO (Including officers) — ... 142 Invalided Homo (including offices) — ... 1080 Totalliosses 7-1 8140
Junior Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
Junior Cricket. A meeting was held at the Uourkostrcct i Superior Public School on Monday afternoon, i for the purpose of forming a junior team.1 j Mr. A. McAlister, secretary of the association,, ! was present, and explained several waiters in1 connection with the junior competition and school players. It was decided to form a | combined team from the public schools to; compete in the junior grade, and the names of twenty-five members were handed in and i the team will plav under the name of the I Combined Schools. The following office* bearers were elected Patron, C. O. Flash-! man, Esq., district inspector of schools; pre- j sident, W. Carey-Taylor, Esq.,; vice-prcsi-' dents, teachers and assistants of the public schools; general committee, Messrs. Ford, Wilkins, LongJey, Kemp,. Shepherd, and, Kingscll; selection committee, Messrs. Finch I and Shepherd (south) and Bocldinglon and Sherring (Bourkc-street); delegates and joint secretaries and treasurers, A. Shepherd (Bourkc-streel)...
WEDNESDAY. SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
WEDNESDAY. BECTESCE. I Tho court was resumed at 10 o'alock, when Jolm Herbert Lo Dull, found guilty of receiving was culled up for scntcnco. His Honor said tho pollco record# did sot show any previous convictions against accused uud expressed hi* willingness to aeal with him tinder tiio First Offenders Act. Ho then sentenced prisoner to six months, to bo bus ponded on his finding a surety for £5, but as tho prisoner said Jto bad no friends, his Honor then agreed to *llo\v of the suapension of tho scntcnco ou Lo Duff entering into his own recoguiaancc iu the sum of £o. His Honor commented upon the actiouof the company for buyiug vuluublo articles Irom boys uud China men. No inquiry 6cemlngly was mado, al though it mubt bo Known that tho things were not obtniucd iu a legitimsito way. Tho whole thing was exceedingly improper. This concluded tho criminal list.
CROOKWELL. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
CROOKWELL.. (From Our Correspondent*} ['kogkbss Association*. — The ordinary iionthly meeting of the Progress Association vas held the School of Arts'on Friday last. The committee decided Hint there was not sufficient information rc the Crookwell to Koorowatha Railway, to allow of the matter icing dealt with. With reference to the nunicipaiity it was decided to bring forward \u amended area at the next meeting, and submit same for the approval of the citizens. • School oi' Arts.—'The comtnittcc of the School of Arts met on Thursday last at their room*. The secretary reported that good progress was being made with the prepara tions for the ball iu aid of the building funds which is to he held on 18th instant. A large attendance is confidently cxncctcd on that night. Ckickgt.—A match was played on the local ground on Saturday last between Whceo and Crookwell club.*, and resulted in a draw. Some good scorcs were made on both sides. Tim McCormack for Whceo played a sound innings for 6S,...
Teachers Promoted. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
Teachers Promoted. The following public school teachers arc gazetted as having gained the classification specified by examination Class I, B : John | Lumsdcn, South Goulburn superior (subject1 to passing in drawing); Class II, A ; Alfred E. Dalby, Lake Bathurst, and John L. Gunnel!, Cuiluiln and Windcllima, half-time. i The classification of \V. Cunningham I Towrang, has been restored to class II, 13. j
PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
PITHY PARS. A.H., I. Tariff. Cricket. Military, Circuit Court. 'Bus to the Camp. The half-off-holiday. Successful 8-Hour Day. The Federal Tarriff Is on. -- Cricket is getting a good start. The war lias cost England 75,562 soldiers. . Australia's summer curse—the gun and the water. S.S.Sf. Weill! invites the public and his wife to the show ground. A shipment of 1000 cases of onions arrived ill Sydney from Italy last week. Mr. A. B, Chisliolm gives 3 guineas, and Mr. C. Waugh a cup for crickct. lincore. Mr. Keid is trying it 011 the Federal labour party, but Gcorgie's bail is getting stale. Mr. Keid promises to devote some time to politics now the tariff is under discussion. Yass " Courier " proposes the locking of the river. Goulburn has an example of the suc cess of such work—near the Brewery. It is understood that Mr. Keid will endea vour to show that the Australian workers will be better off by giving his wages to someone else, .:nd snaring rabbits for a living. M,. G. S. T. Boilc...
Goulburn Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
Goulburn Stock Sales. There was a" large attendance at the local sales to-day. About 9000 sheep were penned ! the market was barely up to late rates, except for fats, which realised good prices; best fat wethers brought- 18/3 t shorn ewes extra prime 13/9, inferior lots sold at lower rates. 7000 store wethers in the wool made from 7/9 to 9/2. These were principally young sheep with wool of fair.quality, but burry and dirty from travelling; ewes with lambs at foot to 11/; culls 5/- to 7/-according to quality. A small yarding of cattle; market good ; best1 fat bullocks £10 16/-' to £13 5/, others fromi £7 10/- to £3 ; fat cows &lt;£3 to £6 10/; an extra prime vealer, 8 months old, realized £4 4/. In stores poddies sold from 30/-to £2; cows, local bred £4, aged and shelly sorts from £2 10/-to £3 ; springers in brisk demand from £5 to £6 10/. ,
Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. There was a sccno-. at the Water police courfthi* morning when a solicitor named Frawtcy was suspended for three months by Mr. Smithers, S.M. La Carabine, United States, and Malster, were scratched this morning for all V.R.C. Spring engagements. ' At the Water police court to-day Thomas Kerry** aged IS, described as an exptorer, nnriKric-TrtJ.e, aged r8, nooccu pation, were charged with casting away the sailing yacht Ariadne ; needed were arrested bv-DetectiVe GouUlcr in Sydney last evening. Mr. Wilshircj S.Mty'rcfusecTthcnpplieationfor bail, and remanded the case for one week. LONDON, Tuesday. The quarter of Pekin in which the foreign legations* arc [situated haa been strongly lortlfied. The fortification of the British Legation being especially formidable. The Legation guards, arc confined to barracks, owing to complaints by Chinese of their roaming about Pekin intoxicated and mal treating and robbing natives. Major General Elliot's mobile colu...
LABOUR LEAGUE DEBATING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
LABOUR LEAGUE DEBATING CLUB At Monday night's meeting of the above Mr. Long, president, occupied the chair, Lecturettea were given as followsMr. Rex, 11 Technical Education" [ Mr. Wrigley, " Environment" j Mr, Watls " The Fruit Industry of - N.S.W." The absence of Mr. Brown, premier, owing to illness, was much regretted. Next evening a debate will take place on the desirableness of establishing a State Bank in New South Wales, the ministry taking the affirmative. . Mr. T-nwruncu .W.-Longj -luaclier, public school, Menilla, has retired from the public service.
Murder and Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 October 1901
Murder and Suicide. A terrible tragedy was cnactcd at Granville on Tuesday, a man -William Wynrr and his wife being found'with their throats cut. It is surmised that the man murdered his wife, and then committed suicide. The discovery1 was made by a visitor who entered the cottage where the couple lived. There was no response to his call, and so he went inside. Wynn and his wife were both about 60 years of age. It is the opinion that the deed was committed whilst the man's mind was unhinged. The parties were not in want of means, and none of the neighbors heard of any quarrelling between them at any time.
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 October 1901
COMMERCIAL. I Got'l.HL'KS, fritlay. I The mills report trade brisk ; bran nnd pollard arc firmer; quotations, bran 8Jd to 9}d, pollard Qd to lod. Business in farm produce is very active | no local oats are offering and supplies arcdinwn from New Zealand, and arc selling at as 3d to 2s 6d. There is a good demand for maiic And for potatoes for planting, and a good area of these crops is belhg sown. Butter remains unaltered, cXcept that creamery is lower and is quoted at 9}d, Messrs. Sands and Co. report a medium supply of poultry coopcd ; fowls ja to 33 3d per pair, Plymouth Rock roosters 4s each. Messrs. Wood and Co. report a fair yard ing of pigs 011 Tuesday; fats :8s to 40s; porkers 18s 6d to 25s ; stores Us to 14s; slips 73 6d to 10s ; suckers 49 6d to 6s 6d, A medium supply of poultry cooped j best turkey gobblers to :3s 6d, others from 7s to qs fid, hens 4s 6d to 6s; fowls, roosters, 3s to 4s, hens as 6d to 3s; ducks 2s Qd to 3s Qd ; geese 4s to 5s. Carcase pork 2Jd to 3jd, Mr. ...
TARIFF TOUCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 October 1901
TARIFF TOUCHES. FuKious.importers. Who pays customs duties ? First to bark—the frcclradc press. First to bite—the frectradc importer. . Quite naturally the importer thinks of the workingman first ? The freetrade press has developed serious symptoms of hysteria. Mr. W. Hughes, M.H.N,, thinks the tariff an astounding production. What does the ministry think of Mr. Hughes ? **• 11 Most infamous " says the importer. " Very satisfactory" says the man who wants a chance to earn a living. Mr. Lassetter—importer—thinks the work* ingman catches it hot under the tariff. Quite so, and has been catching it pretty small for a long time too. Can anyone understand the h Daily Tele graph" ? Here are two clippings from the I same column :— . I No. i—" It is believed that New Zealand I producers will not feel the tariff keenly, as South Africa offers a better outlet than Australia," No. 2—" New Zealand exporters are stag gered at the tariff, it being felt that it is trained expressly to exclude their...