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Statement by the Premier. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 October 1901

Statement by the Premier. The Premier said th:it the imposition of the tariff meant a largely increased revenue to New South Wales from customs and excise. It was incumbent upon the federal Government to obtain revenue, and it could only get that revenue from the custom-house. Jilr. See repealed the statement he had already made to the effect that the sum he estimated to receive Iron; the Com monwealth, when the Treasurer made -his Budget statement, would be largely exceeded. The tariff, Mr. See re marked, would certainly be protective in iis incidence ; and it was to be hoped that it would lead to increased manufactories being opened up in New South Wales. This would mean in creased work for those who were at ^present unemployed. New Sonth Wales ought to benefit in this respect to a greater extent than any of the other States. There was vast scope for development here. Our trade with the other States had been greatly restricted in the past, but with free ports New South Wales would...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Death of Mrs. D. Kennedy, Senior. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 October 1901

Death of Mrs. D. Kennedy, Senior. A RESIDENT of this district for over sixty years, Mrs. Daniel Kennedy, senior, died at her residence, Clifford-street west, on Wed- nesday night, at the advanced age of 74. Deceased was born in Ireland, and came to New South Wales in 1840 with her father, the late Mr. Edward Croke, farmer, who shortly after his arrival in this state settled at Cobbadong, the other side of Taralga, where he died not long afterwards. In 1851 Mr. Daniel Kennedy, who had been attracted from New South Wales to California by the dis- covery of gold there, returned to this state, and was married to deceased in the old S.S. Peter and Paul's Roman Catholic Church by the late Dean Walsh. Shortly after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy went to California, and their eldest son, Edward, was born in Sacramento city. On the discovery of gold in Australia Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy with their young son returned to New South Wales, and took up their residence in Goulburn, where deceased...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Cable News. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Cable News. London1, Saturday. Commandant Bcheeper has been capturcd by Lieutenant-Gencral French. General Louis Botha, after confcrcncc with Commandant tie Wet and Mr. Steyn, states that the Boers intend reprisals for the execu tion of Broecksma. Commandant Lotter, tried by court-mar tial, was found guilty of sedition and murder, and of sjamboking British and oilier Euro peans. Lotter was sentenced to death, and, the sentence having been confirmed by Lord Kitchener, the last penalty has been inflicted. The captors of Commandant Scheeper were a troop of the zoth Hussars, and Major C. T. M. Kavanagh, of this regiment, also secured no of Schecper's horses. General Botha, with sooo men, has been fighting south of Yryhcid, and he was aided in his retreat by mists, which baffled the pursuers. Pro-Boers in Holland characterise the ex tension of martia! law in Cape Colony as terrorism, and regard it as certain to increase the rebellion. Martial law has been applied to parts of Tcmbuland au...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Monday. A collision took placc early this morning between an clcctric tram and a cab in George* street. Michael Hogau, the driver ot the dab, was thrown from his scat and received severe scalp wounds and injury to the thigh. He was removed by the ambulance to the Sydney Hospital. At the Sydney Summons Court tc-day Police-Inspector Potter proceeded against several city hotelkecpers, on informations, charging , them with a breach cf the Lotteries Act by means of poker machines; fines of twenty shillings and costs were imposed in each case. . . LONDON, Sunday. Commandant Botha has sent a force to escort his waggons eastwards. Commandants Kruitzinger, " Ackcrniann, and other Boer leaders, arc trying' to cross the Orange Kivcr southwards. The river is swollen. Two farmers convicted twice of joining the enemy have been hanged at Vryburg, Another also sentenced to death has had his sentence commuted to imprisomnont.'for4'life, The Chinese authorities at Can'ion" a...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COMING EVENTS. SOCIAL FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

COMING EVENTS. SOCIAL FIXTURES. I CrookweJl School of Arts Ball, Octobcr 18. 1 Windcllama. (Goulburn) Hospital Ball, Oclo* bcr-28. • Crookwcll (St. Mary's) Annual Socia1, Novem ber 9.

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V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

V.A.T.C. SPRING MEETING Commenced at Caulfield on Saturday. The weather was wet; nevertheless the attend ance war good. Results Emo Hurdles, 2j miles—Rackstraw I, Tat ter Wallop 2, Bcloka 3. Won easily. 4-Sti. Caulfield Stakes, 1 mile 1 furlong—Wakeful i, Hymettus 3, Australian Colors 3. Won all the way by six lengths, 1.58J. Caulfield Guineas, 1 mile—Ibex I,- Hay maker 2, Grasspan 3. Won by-a length., "kfngwood Steeplechase, 2 miles—Arcadia' i, Orthcz 3, Aroha 3. Won by three parts of a length. 4.0}. i Debutant Stakes, 4 furlongs—Hclolse 1, Brakpan 2, Niphetos 3. Won oy two lengths. 52 sees. Toorak Handicap! 1 mile—Bonnie Chiel 1, Blunderer 2, Militaries 3. Won by 6 lengths. 1.46*. •.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

LAWN TENNIS. at Goulbum between the Lake Bathurst and Half-Holiday teams, and resulted in a win for the visitors by 59 to 50. Following are the scores On Saturday afternoon a match was played Ladies' Doubles. Mrs. Monaghan and Mrs. Turner v. Mrs. Roberts and Miss F. Reynolds, 6—5 Misses Crosscy and Heegling v. Misses M, aud A. Reynolds, 6—4 Missus Crossev and Beetling v. Mrs. Roberts and Miss F. Reynolds, 6—3 ! Mesdamcs Turner and Monaghan v. Misses A. and M. Reynolds, 5—6 1 Gent.'s Doubles. \V. Hunt and W. C. Phillips v. \V, H. Roberts aud P. Reynolds, 2—0 H. .Fleming andW. A. Davidson v. W H. Roberts and \V. Reynolds. 3—6 W. Hunt and W. C. Phillips v. W. and P.; Reynolds, 4—6 i H, Fleming and W. A. Davidson v. \V. H, Roberts and P. Reynolds, 6—3 Mixed Doubles. Miss Crossey and H. Fleming v. Mrs. Roberts and P. Reynolds, 6—5 Miss Beetling and W. C. Phillips v, Miss F. Reynolds and \V. H.-Roberts, 0—6 Mrs. Turner and W. A. Davidson v. Miss A. Reynolds and W. H. Roberts, 0—6 Mrs. Mon...

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Cable News. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Cable News. Loxdon, Friday. Though half of General Louis Botha's force madaged to escape through the Britisli cordon, they had to leave their waggons behind. The death sentences passed on colonial rebels- in Commandant Let ter's forge have been commuted to penal servitude for life. Commandant Scheepers's force has been split up into small parties, and the Britisli are in active pursuit of each of them. Sir Redvers Buller, 111 defending his appointment to the command ol the First Army Corps, created a great sen sation by stating that he had suggested to Sir George White that it might be necessary to surrender Ladysmith to i the Boers. I The Chancellor of the Exchequer declares that the extension of martial law in the Cape Colony was necessary in order to cheek treasonable help be ing sent to the enemy through the colony. The remnants of Commandant Scheeper's force are returning north wards by two different routes. At Bethulic, in the south' of the Orange River Colony, 17 Boers have b...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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ROSEHILL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

ROSEHILL RACES. The weather was very hot foe these races on Saturday last, but the attendance large. Course in excellent order. Following are the results s— Hurdle Racc, 2 miles—Kingpin I, Frontier 2, Redlight 3- Won by two lengths. 4.1 J. Clyde Slakes, 6 furlongs—Portland Light I, Bother 2, Glenore 3. Won by halt a length. 1.17}. Two Year Old Stakes, 4 furlongs—Fighting Charlie i, Scarlet Runner 2, Jim Gosper 3. Won by a length, 53 sees, ■ Granville Stakes, 6 furlongs—Webbe J, Malmaison 2, Klvina 3. Won by three lengths. 1.19, Kosehill Octob'cr Handicap, 1 mile three furlongs—Glenore t, Azure 2, Fortague 3. Won by a length'. 2.24. Welter Mile—Exile i, Dottswood 2, Negrito 3, Won by two lengths. : 45.

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Continued After Death. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Continued. After Death. A novel application was heard before Mr. Justice Williams on Friday, Nearly thirty years ago, in a suit for judicial separation, James Sutherland was di rected to pay hie wifo pormanont ali mony at tho rnio of 80a. por week. In Juno last Sutherland died, leaving pro perty valued at over £1270. But no provision was mado by testator for his widow. The trustees, therefore, asked for the order to be formally eot osido, on tho ground that tho order imposed personal obligation only. Tho judgo,. whilo .stating that, as .far as ho know, a similar applicatiouhad never previously been made, held that ho had no juris diction to lot atido the order, and dh miitgd (be application, with costv.

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SPORTING. THE TURF. GOULBURN SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

SPORTING. THK TtTRP GOULBURN SPUING MEETING. The nominations for next Saturday's meet ing of the Goulburn Racing Club closed on [ Saturday night with the following highly 1 satisfactory list of entries:— Flying Handicap, 0 furlongs. First £20 ; second ^2. Mr. F. O. Norton's br g Irrawaddy, 3 yrs F. S. Falconer's b m Wild Hose, 6 yrs T. Pooley's b m Roseleaf, aged J. TurubuH's br h Havanna, 6 yrs F. Humphries' ch g Caricature, aged V. G. Maddox's br g Silver Gun, 4 yrs I F. Watson's br g Easy John, aged . . . . I J. R. Garradd's b g Bega, aged " : • T. Barnes's cli g Sceptre,'aged I A. J. Day's br g Boonery, 6 yrs I Hatch Bio's.,'Rucwarra Maiden Stakes, 6 furlong?. First £lo, sccond £2. Mr. F. O. Norton's bm Bengola, 3 yrs A G. deLaurct'sb g Reproof, 4 yrs - T. Darliston's b g Merry Jest, 4 yrs T. Poolcy's b g Gill Bird, aged J. Turnbull's br. 111 Alcnda, 3 yrs A. G. deLanrel's br m Figaro, 6 yrs A. J. Day's br g Pyalara, aged 12. Boreham's brg Bronte, R. H, TutUebce's br g Toby, age...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

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Art Photography. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Art Photography. We have been shown a number of photograph portraits and views, at the Elite Studios, which reflect the highest crcdit on the establishment. A number of views of St. Patrick's College exterior and interior, with groups of students in classes and in football clubs arc excellently turned out. Wc under stand the collegc authorities are pleased with these pictures and will have several of them hung in the college hall. The new drive from Clinton-st, the gymnasium, musical class, oratory and dormitories are also included amongst the pictures. A fine group is that of the victorious Warrigal junior football team. The recent Masonic Ball is commemorated by a splendid view of the stage and proce mum. This view is tinted and makesa pretty picture. Miss Gould's Sunday school class (a group of girls) is nicely executed. A fine picture of the large motor car which passed through Goulburn some months ago has earned the Elite studios special mention in the metropolis. Among the mos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

NOTICE. Goiilburn Spring Meeting-. "fcTOMlNATIONS Close for alt Events on . SATURDAY, (he r2tli OCT. The Starting M"nc1iiitc is" on the course tin der the control of J. Garrad. .., •... • . J. W. tiROVEJCOR. I Hon. ...... .... , A.-G:Dij LAtlRKT, fSecs. CrooMI P, & h .tociatlDfl On the Showground. Friday, Oct. 18, 1901. *tj\NTttlES, as per notification, previously *a-J published, close with the Secretary o" SATURDAY, OCTOHEU 12. AU particulars from - M, P. JJiVY, Secretary. .CropM Sprliip Meeting. FRIDAY XI? XT, jSth IXSTANT. Messrs. WaugT& Josep!ison| Will have a Number of Alpha Cream Separators At Work on SHOWGROUNDS, ISCLVUIXU A COMPLETE' TURBINE PUNT WITH PASTEURISER. INSPECTION invited. E. HARVEY, Agent. I Say, Walker . "Arn't that a Buty of a'Dummy ?" NO RISE IN THE PRICE OF SADDLES AND HARNESS. The Duty will make No Alteration in My Prices. A LAKGE STOCK TO SELECT l-'KO.M. JVole the Address Next the SmperSat Hotel,! VEKN ICK-STKI'liT. Makes no Difference la My...

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Goulburn Literary Club. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Goulburn Literary Club. The weekly meeting was held in the Protes tant Hall on Saturday, Mr.Sendall (president) in the chair. The evening was occupied with a discussion on Mahomet and Mahomctanistn, preceded by Iecturetles on this subject by Messrs. Macdonald and Wiseman. Next Saturday the business will be of a more in formal character, and members will be expected to contribute towards a social even ing something in the shape of a short story or recitation. Gold lease No. 6, of 5 acres, N'crritnuuga, applied for on 29th September, 1900, by C. A. Chesney and another, lias been declared void owing to lessees having failed to e.vecutu and take delivery u-liea called upon to do so, Acting Sub-Inspector Uoden has been gazetted the district licensing Inspector for the district of Goulbiirn during the absence pf Inspector FciltOPi (rout 1st instant, {

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Week Day. Day of Month. Sun Rises. Sun Sets. Moon Rises. Moon Sets. Sunday Monday Tuesday.... Wednesday Thursday... Friday ...... Saturday..,. Oct. 13: ii X4 "It - ii. IT ' n i» 19 3*6 5 *5 •5'^4 5 13 5 " "5 10 5 9 6-6 i -6 . 8 6 9 0 Jo '6 io 6 11 534 6 9 6 46 7 27 8 11 8 5S 9 49 6'33 7 28 8 20 9 12 10 2 10 49 tl 34

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Kippilaw Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Kippilaw Bridge. In regard to a further application (or the erection of a bridge over the AVoliondUly Kivcr at Kippilaw, Mr. Rose, is in formed that the Minister has directed that the matter is to stand over until the estimates are passed.

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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXIII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXIII. (Continued.) Their guns in their hands they rushed away, followed by a gamekeeper. Linda contrived to catch Mr. Arden ,by the sleeve as he was striding past lier and to cry in agony : " Oh ! beware of him ; he is your enemy ?" But she had not the consolation of making any impression. Indeed, she coulcl not be sure that she was heard at'all, for Eustace Leyland was shout ing to his kinsman to come on, and two or three of the men-servants, scenting a chase, were hurrying after their master. The still, trembling girl stood listen ing till their footsteps died away in the distance, hoping, and yet dreading, that they would succeed in pouncing on him they sought. If they did effect his capture she would feel compelled to denounce him for his earlier attempts to do Selby Arden some bodily injury, and this would involve telling the tale of that strangest-of marriages. She covered her face with her hands and shuddered anew as she pictured herself standing befo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

The WHITE HORSE HOTEL, Auburn-street, GOULBTJRN. ■ "First-class Commercial & Family Hotel. Moderate Charges. T.W.Jacob, Proprietor. ~ > MR. W. E. DWYER, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, ■ Commjssionkk i'oii • Affidavits, *• MONTAGUE * STREET (over Sands' Sale Yards), GOD L B U R N. VISITS GPKN1NG FIRST FRIDAY OK EVEKY MONTH. Agent for Imperial Flre InntriuK# Co. Limited.

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The Proposed Visit of McLaren's English Team. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

The Proposed Visit of McLaren's Engjish Team. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—I think it goes without saying th.it the general public and the great body of cricketers of the city and dis trict, will heartily respond to the ex cellent idea of the Cricket Association to induce a visit to Goulburu from Maclaren's English team, and I . feel sure that the public spirit and enthu siasm of the people will speedily place the association in a position to finance the proposal. Apart from other con siderations, the importance of Goulburn as the second inhand city of the State should be sufficient to stimulate our people in the undertaking, and I think the idea of bringing tile proposed Federal Site Inspection Committee to Goulburn during cricket week should be made practicable if possible. No doubtif Messrs. Conroy, Chapman, and other M.'s H. R/, who know Goulburn were approached on the matter .they would readily fall in with the sugges tion, In other years such ventures as visits from touring English cri...

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