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CHAPTER XXIV. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

CHAPTER XXIV. Not long after Linda had started for tnS town a plainly-dressed man had WWetitOd himself at the lovers, asking for Sit Walter Miller, and was civilly invited to walk into the morning-room while a servant ascertained whether he had or had not aocompanied Mr. Arden to the preserves. When asked for his card, the visitor bade the footman say it was an old friend—a very old friend—who awaited Sir Walter t and as the night was not to be found elsewhere, the messenger tapped at the door of Lady Miller's private sitting-room, and delivered his message there. Sir Walter had fallen into a habit of walking down the village to a builder's yard that was situate at the farther end of the principal street. There. his opinions were heard with respect, and he felt more at home while watching the workmen plane and saw, or gossip . ing with their master over a pipe and Mass, than ho did in the mansion or ine sooietv of Selby Arden. Lady Miller endeavoured to keep her -promise and sleep a...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENftARiFOR OCTOBER. By A. Lansdownk, Seeclsman, Goulbuni. ; llll' land is in good order lor cropping and large sowings of all seasonable crops must at once be sown to provide abundant winter feed. No dairy or farm can prosper without plenty of food in winter. Mangels should be largely sown ; they give immense yields, can be stored for the winter, and are grand for sheep, cattle, horses, poultry, and pigs. Grass seed, lucerne, millets, &c., should not be neglectcd. Maize is good for green feed or en silage and carrots arc a good Held crop. We will have warmer weather, but frosts are still likt 'y about middle )f month, and good r ms in the latter , part. The season is iikely to be very ■ stormy and thundery, and all stacks, ' sheds, &c., shouldjbe made secure. KITCHEN* GARDEN'. Sow pumpkins, melons, cucuinbcrs, marrows, tomatos, squashes, egg plant, Cape goosberry, salads, peas, parsnips, carrot, cabbage, rhubarb, herbs, beans, turnips, beet, spina...

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

MILITARY SPORTS. A day's sports organised by the local troop of the Australian Horse was held on the show-ground on Saturday, when a very in teresting programme of military events, some of which Were new to the Goulburn public, was submitted. The objcct of having the gathering was to raise funds to assist in de fraying the expenses of the encampment- ol the south-eastern sqUadron of the Australian Horse, held on the three previous days at Garroorigang on ground lent by Mr. S. H. Jiclcher. The first part of the proceeding* was a parade of all the troops taking part ?n . the encampment. Tents were struck at 10.30 a.m., and shortly after the men started fos town, which Was readied after n o'clock. A* they paraded " 'through - Aubtim'Strect the troops made a fine display, and among their number were Colonel McKay, commander of the regiment, Captain Wrav. adiutant. ■Major Ryrie; anil other ofticcrs present*-it;r,(. P,« Parade wa^hon. some 'Js, cr?ecl. 'trough the absence of the / Hand, t...

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

PROSPECTUS OF The Werrraa Times newspaper Compaq, Ltd., (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, ^1500, divided into 300 Shaves of £5 each, of which 200 are now offered to the public for subscription, payable £2 iqs on application, and • the balance at an interval of not less than 3 months from date of formation of Company. 50 Shares, fully paid up, 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 isBiied if and when and upon such terms as the Director may deem expedient. No money is being paid to the Vendors for the purchase of the abovenatned 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 subscribed...

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

Wedding. Tub imuriago of Miss Boatrico Lucy Drcsftlier, daughter of cx-Aldcrman Dreschor, Bowrcl, with Mr. Jjlm Aubrey Hodgson, eon of Mr. John Hodgson, lato of Brooklyn, Bowral, took placo nt tno Bowml Presbyterian Church on Monday, Octobcr 7. The Iter. Q. A. Gordon was tlio officiating minister. The Church was Ailed with spectators, and was profusely i dccorated with flowers, amongst which.wars- . I talis were conspicuous. The bride, who was given away by Iter father, woro white muslin and tho usual wreath and veil, also ft gold brooch (the gift of tho bridegroom), and carried a bouquet. The bridesmaids wcro Miss HodgBou, Mise Kent, (Sydaoy), and Misses. M« Aud F. Dresolier (sistersof theroido), who woe all dre«od in whito, with hats t0>matoh, and each wore a gold brooch, tho gift of th^bride* I groom. Mr. Lldcock acted " as best man. After tho ocromony tho party adjourned to the Oddfellows' Hall, whore tho wedding breakfast was served. Among tho guests present west— Mr. and Mr...

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

TO STAND THIS SEASON Ht Woodhouselee, Axd Travel the District, (Winchester. Chichester is n bright chestnut, with good • flat bone ami good muscle. i Chichester is by Pclham, by Lothair (sec stud book); by Landgrave, brother to Lauristian and Lunelle ; dam Miss Topper by Endeavour; g. dam by Scratch; Endeavour by Clarion, from Nellie, by Plover; Clarion, by Kelpie (imp.), from Chalia, by Scratch. Chichester lias been a good performer on the lurf; his progeny I having changed hands at htgti pricca, and a j sure foal getter. TERMS: Single marc £.2. Reduction for two or more. Good paddocks, every care taken, but no responsibility. Marcs to be paid for by i.'if January, igo2. D. PARKER, Woodhou.sclee Post Ofticc. TO STAND THIS SEASON At Wheco, Anil Travel the Surrounding District, The Active Draught SInllion, M TiV" liiibin ; dam by Torn JJ o'Lincnlii, by Muir L;ul |iui|>.) Young Kobin is -—■ «»■ rising S years, a rich roan, xo hands 3 inches high, plenty bone and muscle, and a good ...

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Two Children Drowned. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Two Children Drowned. Bega, Friday.—A very sad drowning fatality occurred horo to-day, in which Leo Corrigan, aged 13 years, sou of Mr. M. Corrigan, coach proprietor, and Clieve Underbill, agod fivo yoars, eon of Mr. Robert Underbill, lost thoir lives. Tho lads were seen going to wards a waterholo in Tiirragnnda-lane, with a retriever dog, to givo it a swim. About two hours nftorwards information was given to tli» poiico thut swo pairs of boots and stockings wero lying on tho edgo of the .bank in clmvgo of the dog. Dragging operations wore startod, Corrigan's body soon boing recovered. All efforts to restoro animation proved unavailing. Shortly afterwards tho othor body was lowered. The Factories Bill 1ms passed thrcniKli committee in the New Zea land House of Representatives. The bill fixes the hours ■ of, male factory, hands at 48 hours per week, nnd of female hands at 45- j

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Federal Electoral Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Federal Electoral Bill.: The Federal Electoral Bill has been put infd priut, and now awaits revision' by the Secretary for Home Affairs. The measure provides for a full adult suffrage wfth tho usual exceptions. It is proposed that both, tho police and military forcc and military forces shall have votes. Machinery is pre vided for the distribution of electorates in South Australia and Tasmania, for voting .by post (with proper safeguards), and fcf reference of disputed elections to a tribunal of Supreme Court Judges. Any person,' being British-born or a naturalised British subject, who has lived in Australia for three years is to be eligible as a candidate for any con stituency in the commonwealth. A limitation will be set upon the amount which a candi date for the House of Representatives may cxrem! on the prosecution, of -.his election, (lie amount at present suggested being between £200 and £300.

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. Monday. Bf.fore Mr. A. Mitchell ancl Dr. mc Killop,Js.P. AS'JAUt.T AND DAMAGING PROPERTV. Frederick Isaac Cregun, Jose| h Cregan, and Albert Lambert w<re charged with having, on 29th Sept., at joppa, assaulted a Chinaman named Jimmy, and also with having, on same day and. at same place, maliciously dimaged a door, the property Of J. E. Hunt.. . Mr. Betts for thq prosecutions Tlie defendants having pleach d guilty to the second charge, Mr. Betts said he was instructed to withdraw the first charge. It was. a source of considerable annoyance to Mr. Hunt that his place was frequented by tret passers, more especially on Sunday. Mr. Hunt did not wish to press for a heavy penalty in this case, but' lie asked the b;nch to order the payment of costs—court and professional, and of a light line. The bench ordered the payment of 1 /- for damage to door, and imposed a line of 1/2, 9/10 court costs, and 21/. professional costs—in all 33/- between die three defend...

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Military Inspection. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Military Inspection. On Saturday afternoon at the rifle range Major-General French held his annual in* speetion of G. Company, 2nd.. Regiment Infantry, and 12 Company, OtK"Regiment Aus tralian Kifles. About oo of caeli company were present. Both companies gave the genera! salnt^ in line. G Company, which was commanded by Captain Newman, was exercised in company drill and manual tiring exercises, splendid work being clone. £ Company, which was commanded by Captain McSlumc, was put through the same drill, and also tested in field firing. The Major-General who wan accompanied by Captain' Dangar, expressed his satisfaction with the perform ance ol the companies, and said that he was greatly pleased with what he had seen. On Wednesday Constable O'Sullivau arrested a youug man named Camp bell, alias Scott, on a charge of lar ceny, and he was lodged in the Gun dagai lockup. He was placed in the exercise yard and was missed about 5 o'clock the same day. It is believed he climbed the gaol wa...

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

The Bridge. . ^ . Tiikhe arc so many bridges in and around Goulburn that it is as well to stale that we wish to refer to Blackmorc's Bridge Hotel. The House at the sign of the Bridge liaa recently been renovated, and the exterior wonderfully improved by the addition of a commodious balcony. The Bridge is in every respect a first-class house run in first class style.

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Crookwell News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Crookwell News. (Fnoil OUB COHBEBPONDENT.) Sooul. — Tlio social in aid of the Orphanago in Goulburn, was hold at tlio rosidonco of Mr. \V. Kennedy, J.P., Kinlla, on Friday night, and wa9 a thorough sueooss from overy point of viow. I Imd not tlio ploasuro of hoing j tlioro myself, so rannot give you a full account, hut I hear thoro wero^Rbout sixty couplcn present, and from what I loam from aouio of our town visitor?, tlioy all onjoyod theinselvos thoroughly, und are loud in their praises of the enjoyaUo tirno they spent and the hospitnhlo trcatmont tlioy received from Host Konnody and his Kialla frionds. No doubt you will rocoivo a dotailed account from your Kialla cor respondent. The T.vriif.—Tho topic of conver sation during tho week has boou the now tariff, some condemningand othors approving of it, according to tboir poli tical beliefs. Tho business pooplo are complaining, and rightly so too, of the action of some of the Sydney merchants, wlio have held over their orders await ...

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Werriwa Times. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1901. TARIFF TOUCHES. ADVANCE AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Werriwa Times. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, iyoi. TARIFF TOUCHES. Advance' Austiulia. Australia fair—to Australians first. Grout- fruit-growing rovi vnl prodicted. The. Italrfcori-Kingstou Urilf will bo tomo as famous as tlie ilcKiuluy tariff. Tbn ATciKinlny tariff plarnrl Amnrina in tho front rank as a manufacturing nation. No country over becaino groat under frootrado. England's greatness was backod by 200 years of protection. Mr. Kingston's great speech on tlio new Tariff Bill left him without an oppoueut fit to answer him. ■ Mr. Reid, discarding a straight reply to Mr. Kingston, brought all his old [timo "funnyisms1 to bear, but failed to rouso tho llouuo. | Tho attompt of tho Sydney frootrado SrOBs to dominate Australia will fail ke tho attempt to run tho last State elections. " There is 110 situation for Mr. Keid," said Mr. Barton laconically, when asked what he thought of the situa tion ? Under protection, 'Victoria's fruit industry advanced by leaps and bounds. New South Wales prefer...

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THE CENSURE DEBATE. Some "Parliamentary" Language. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

THE CENSURE DEBATE. Some " Parliamentary " Language. Mr. rsiougmon- commenciect me Government for'niaking the city re JsuHipfip'ns,-; wliich lie: snid would in a few "years'be iidmitted as one of the best strokes of_policy accomplished. • Referring to the proposal to reduce the number of members of the As sembly he said that he had advocated that before April last. Mr. Jessep : Was that on April I ? Mr. Broughton : No! That was your birthday. In the opinion of Mr. J. Fitzpatrick the Government had committed sulVi . cient sins to demand that it be brought to the " block," and nearly politically killed. Mr. Price: Why couldn't it be done on the estimates ? Mr. Fitzpatrick : It could not. Mr. Pi ice : You want to give a slap in the face to Barton, and you will fall in. After Mr. Fitzpatrick had been speaking for an hour and a half, Mr. J. Hurley moved, amidst considerable disorder, that " the Rylstone squirt" be no further heard. (Disorder.) The Chairman : I will not allow such languag...

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Marulan Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Mi rulam-Notes. (By tiie "OniEL."). Okioickti its' Ball.—Marulan Has Doen for son o pist. laboring under the Eobriquot ol a " 0110 liorso place." The callousness of tho rising generation is to tilnmo f< r this want of respect; tlioy do not understand that a place old enough to apply for the old ago pension, cannot bo as gay. now as it was in its young days. However, during tho . past five or six weeks Marulan seems to have been rejuvenated, in fact since tho departure of winter., it Jjas practioally been en fete. Tho inhabitants have iltoppcil thoir petty foud-i and jo.i'o isy. and joined with oacli other in giving a hearty wolcomo to spring and a little enjoymont to their fellow citizens. i'ht various olubs and societies of tho town have been emulating oach other in their efforts in this respect, and tho most ardont and successful, I think, are the members of tho tennis club. They started the soason with a'vory onjoyublo and successful ball, followed up thou success with...

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

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 & CO., 293 Auburn-street, Goulburn. E. ASHLEY *|70R Best Brca'ct'and Pastry. Wedding j Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and Socials catered for.1* " E. ASHLEY'S fPEA ROOMS, 73 . Auburn-street, ; nest N.S.W. IJank.: -Country patrons rcccivc cvrey attention. Pol of Tea and Refresh-. ments 6d. EVERINGHftM, 207 Auburn-street, opposite Oddfellows' Hall. Second-hand FurnitureJtought, Sold, and Repaired, All Repairs Done on the Premises. STRAYED, "PROM Chatsbury, CHESTNUT HORSE, -*• white legs, branded TN (the Jattcr side ways) off shoulder. Last seen near Wood housclvc. £1 reward will be paid on return McKERRELL BROS., Chatsbury. " " McLELLa ND, : Photographer, Crookwell, (opp, Cox's Mill), U AS Uc-opencd iiis Studio, and will stay JJ- for a short seiison only. First-class Work Guaranteed. Proofs Shown. TRY M...

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What a War Would Prove. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

What a War Would Prove. In tho evont of war botwcen Great Britain and France,.tho first and moat important part of tho struggle would be for tho command of tho sou. Should Groat Britain succeed in retaining tho command of tho soa, Franco would thote by bo roducod to a condition of impotence so far as offensive operations are con cornod, and would suonor or Inter be obliged to submit to tho will of her rival, although, it is true, tho war might last a long time. . If, on tho other hand, Prance should suueoed in wrest ing from Groat Britain tho com mand of tho sea, then Groat Britain would bo so much more helpless and impotent thun Franco in a similar plight would bo that tho war would torminato quickly. In a word, France, oven without tho command of the sea or anything ap proaching to it, remains capable of prolonged resistance, firstly, because sho is a self - supporting country, secondly, becauso Fronoh national son I timent and Btrongth aro alroady con centrated within hor borders...

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A Terrible Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

A Terrible Charge. 1*111! trial of the aged couple, Jas. and Bessie O'Reilly, for the alleged mur der of their" daughter, Elizabeth O'Reilly, at their residence, near Bal larat, some weeks ago, was concluded at Ballaiat Assizes on Friday. In sum ming up, the judge said tliat the alle gation that the parents of the gir throttled her seemed unreasonable when it was considered that the mem bers of the family lived on good terms with each other.' The jury returned a verdict of not guilty. A painful incident connected with the trial occurred. When the police arrived at O'Reilly's hut deceased's sister, who was wanted as r. witness, ' was found to be missing. Search in the neighborhood was made, and the' wretched girl was found standing waist deep in a creek. She w. ■. at once rescued, but is unable to sta • howshe came to be there. Thu -jeneral opinion is that the f'i'l ha iccome distracted as a I'f.su. M terrible charge which hung tor ii. '.ny weeks over the heads of her parens. Throo t...

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THE TARIFF. Further Opinions. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

THE TARIFF. Further Opinions. The Cootamundra Herald in its edito I'ial columns writes :—"As freetraders, we admit at once that we should prefer to ■ have a much lower tariff, that, such might have been justified by "Australian present circumstances; and we believe with those who adversely criticise it" that-it will prove disap pointing in its revenue - producing effects." The article concludes :— "We think we are justified in setting forth the following declarations of chief consideration as to the position : —The customs taxation will be of a lower average bearing in the whole commonwealth than it was under dis union ; it will be higher than was ex pected by the people by an average of 5 per cent: ; New South Wales tax payers will have to pay increased taxation, but can counterbalance that by reduced state burdens; the tariff will probably force reduction of state burdens in tiiis slate, and, therefore, it should prove a necessary evil, and it may result in an improved railway, wo...

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Agricultural Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 14 October 1901

Agricultural Produce. Mr. Edward Denlimn, of the firm of Denham Brothers, says that the duties affecting the produce trade were un equal in many instances. Taking a 3d duty on cheese, it was equivalent to 7id on butter j that is, it took si gal lons of average milk to make one pound of butter, while it took one gal lon of average milk to make one pound of cheese, New South Wales, under normal conditions, could supply her own requirements, and it was only in case of a drought that the State re quired to import in these lines. The quality of butter had vastly improved in late years, while there "were many brands of cheese made here equal to the best New Zealand article. Under normal conditions, therefore, no reve nue might be expected from these lines, and Queensland would be able to supply all the deficiencies in these products. In bacon wc were entirely independent of New Zealand, and sup plies from there for some years past had been very trifling. ' Then the local and Queensland ha...

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