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

No I.o.s'odu Cooi.—Slio: 'Is pBpo •till cool fmvards you V :l Ho: 1 No.' She : * What causcd .tho chango ? He: ' llu had boon uxtrorclcly cool, but lant ovoning I asked (or your hand, and lie got terribly hot.' Speaking at the Friendly Societies' Demonstration on Wednesday, Mr. See indicated that section 12 of the Friendly Societies Act would be amended. The New Zealand wheat market is excited ; one btiyer has purchased 18,000 sacks in Otago at 3s (3d psr bushel,

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Aristocratic Drivers. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

Aristocratic Drivers. Among the coachmen of Berlin are seven retired army officers, three lawyers, and sixteen nobles. London cvon beats this, for her cabbies " include a marquis, a baron, and an ox>mcmber of Parliament. If the truth wore known it is quite lik'oly that New York could throw both Borlin and London into the ahadp, Thore are said to bo a number of soioni of nobility serving incog, ae coachmen in that wonderful city.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SENTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

r -r-: —— '■* 'THE SE1JTRT. . While enzitig on tho gloomy hcav'ns \ . ubuvu, Alono and in tho still watoh of tho 'tight, I stand mid dream of her, my distant love, ' Sho who is true, who is my heart's ' dolight. When war obliged mo from my lovo to part, f She daintily my hat with ribbons decked, And pressed me to her true andtendor heart, *, While from her oyoB the tears would How uucheckod. She loved mo faithfully, flho loves me still, /• And thorofore am I well content and K*y > My heart beats warm, although tho night is chill, f, While thinking of my loved one far ' away. Now in her chamber, lighted by her lamp, She makes her evening prayer to God above For one who is in dangor in the • camp, And prays God's blessing <for her abseut love. Ah, when tho voice with tone of anguibh rings For perils I may moet by land or flood, ' Be tranquil — I am 'ne&th the Almighty's wings; He loves and honours a true soldier's blood I

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

WANTED, A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT, apply "v personally or by letter at one<: to Mks. t. J; FNost, Victoria Hotel, Hungonin. "•1 flTBONDI,' WO-LET, FURNISHED, for three months large Holise and Grounds, tvith con ficrv.1tory,'!stabling;iand. .all cohvfcnietices iHBluding gas-stove In kitchen, fhe house Contains draWina, dining, and three large Bedtoomst is Close tri;lhc 'tram-line, and commands extensive sea-views: Address— "BONDt,"'Office of this Paper, 1st Australian Horse ©S&1Y. BALL, Oddfellows'. Hall, tO - MORROW, Thursday, August 8th. SUPERB^ artistic decorations. Regimental V" band' plays the dance music. Gallerv. tickets, is. Doors' open at 730 sharp. All sale of ball tickets suspended. K. WEDD 1 Hon. E, BETO ( Sew, IT IS NOW RAGING 1! GIGANTIC 1PTER SACRIFICE Has Taken Uic Town by Storm. Everyone is Talking About! It. P. LEYNE is now in Europe arranging for heavy imports and the Stock Must Go. It lins commenced to go in real earnest. - Now is your opportunity....

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

. OoVtBtlDK PHICEfl CUBHEST. . (li..ijiusi"6o .linclctslootl that these prices ifcrtftose.,offered .bjMlic Ideal merchants (o the-ptftfucers.aiid not those quoted by the ftefcljfttstybuxcjrs.) ' , fl'qur;^6,ji to (A 15s per ton Wheat, it,to 2» 3d per bushel Hpantifjldito 9)d per bushel. ' Pouard, 8}i| to gjd per bushel Oats, is OcMo'.ja gd per bushel Mdize, Js Od.to 3s 8d per bushel . May, £t lgs to £2 per ton Straw, 13s. to t) s per ton Barley, is gd "to 3s per bushel Potatoes, £3 to £$ tos per tan Otliflns, 15s per cwt Cfaiiff (dealers' manufacture), £2 tos to £z 133 per ton (exclusive of bags) (district),.id to 6d per lb gifts,to 6d per lb, u Utter, datry-ntaae, tod perlbifactory-made Ordinary, Is | creatnety. Is LUfd, sd to j{d per lb in bladder ; 4Jd to jd in bulk 1 nolle offering .Kgtts, Qd per dozen ; 'Hides, sld to 3jd per lb ShetpskitiB, merinos, from 4d to 3d per lb, and crossbrcds, sjd to 3{d Tallow, £17 to £ 18 per ton in shipping ; "condition ; > broken packages,; £1...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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False Teeth Become Natural. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

' ~ False Teeth Become Moral. A wcll-knovrn eciontist claims to havo ftolvcd the problem of supplying the human mouth with false teeth which will Rrow into the gams as firmly as natural ones. The tooth ho supplioe arc made of gutta*percha, porceluin, and metal, and are perforated at tho root. Holes aro also inado upward into the jaw, Tho tooth iB then placed into the cavity* In a short time a soft granulated^ growth finds its way from the patient's jaw into tho holes in the tooth. This growth gradually hardens, and holds tho tooth In position. It is stated that it does not matter whether the cavity in whioh the tooth is to be placed j'b one from which a natural tooth has been drawn recently, or whether it has been healed for sorao years*

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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A Tree Full of Poison. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

A Tree Fall of Poison. ' Most people hnvo at least heard the •tory of tho deadly upas-trec uf Java, of which it was at one time said that to merely npproach it wan oertain death. This ntory was treated as nn absoluto fuble, but now it seems us if thero was ictunlly some basis of real fact for it. The upas*trco is a real tree, and a very big one. In the old trees the bark is over nn inch thick, and full uf a thick mtlky juice, the merest touch of which opon the skin produces a most painful and irritating rash. What is more, a gas arises from this juice which has a must poisonous effect upon anyone near it. It is sometimes used by the natives for satisfying private revongo, for n cup of it hidden in tho room of a sleeper produces stupor tud eventaally death.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Ivory that Grows on Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

Ivory that Grows on Trees, It is a mistake to suppose that all Ivory conies from' tho tusks of the elephant' and other animals; as a matter of fuot, tho greater part of it comco from the fruit of tho palin*trocs that grow in South America. If a man could only cultivate theso trees in Australia, hfl could turn his back«garden to good account. Of course the ivory does not grow in tho form of n tusk. Tho fruit of tho tree contains nuts, having u oopious supply of albumen, which is edible when young, but afterwards becomes exceed ingly hard and white, bearing so strong a resemblance to ivory that only an expert could tell the difference. Nearly all ktiifo-haKdles that are sold as ivory are mude from these nuts. Sculptors in ivory—small goods, such as tuiuiAture heads—procure the outs when they are young, corve them out roughly, and allow them to harden, This saves a good many hours of labor.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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SOMETHING ABOUT MARS AND THE MARTIANS. A Light Article on a Heavy Subject. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

SOMETHING ABOUT MARS AND THE MARTIANS. i Light Article on a Heavy Subject Enrth is the third planet from the suu, and thou comes Mara, 35,000,000 milea from us, about which there ia so much speculation and discussion^ It is placed well for observation* and, in con- | sequence, we know more about it than | any other celestial body but the moon. Mars is farther away from tho sun J than tho earth, and so receives only one* | third of the sun's heat that we do. i There is an atmosphere envoloping the j globe, and its ruddy colour iB by some j ■aid to be due to it. 1 The surface of Mars is clearly divided Into aroaa of bluish green and reddish oohre in colour. Until recently these have been supposed to be the divisions^ of land and water, but now Lowell, the! celoBVatod American astronomer, be»j lieves that Mara has no seas, and consists; entirely of land. In his opinion Mars; it a much older planet than Earth, andj the oceans have dried op, by reason ofj the water passing through cracks...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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A BANK STUCK UP. Revolver Shots Exchanged. HENTY, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

■/ A^BANK STUCK UP.*' • Revolver.. Shots Exchanged. • j .■»»!»> Jj. • •• .» • .Henty. .Tuesday evening. The local bfttyiclf,ofj the, jCcw, -South Wales Bank was stuck un al'7.30 to-night. Two men',ftWsK&J, <valked?inl6 the bank,5 and called djHttvth<jiaccduntarit"and.&Ir». Wi E. Lamport,iUja,inpnh^cr; to keep silent. The manager toqkjita revolver on seeing revolvers pointed at fhenl.' *1'" 1 • • " Four shots were exchanged. * The manager was shot under the right Shoulder. It is thought one of the burglars was hit. .?:«•••«! ifo The burgltti^fdeoredoQtr . The night was dark and shqw^ry.* .This prevented immediate pursuit j , ' . . ' ' ... ,\tniu . • ; • Two brothers named Minton have been arrested by'Cbndtables Hamiltonand Graharrj. One of the men arrested is hty in one arm and In one side.;» •? .. The manager/of tlie,.barik is doing well. The bpllctlias beeri.extracted.':

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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PUBLIC INSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

PUBLIC INCTROWlfilf DEPARTMENT. I Mr. Flashman, late district inspector of schools, Grafton, has been appointed in suc cession to Mr...D.,.J„:Coopcr, inspector, for Coulburn distric^.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

COpMEBCIAL. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. The following quotations on wharf and ex rail refer only lo the wholesale trade,'and are Subject to concessions for shippers' parcels:— 1"■ Oats.—Prime New Zealand feed, B grade, as id to la 2d ; medium, C grade and rejects, is 8d to is lod; milling oats, 2s 3d. Local, prime 2s, medium, dark samples, is gd, Chaff.—Local,' prime £3 xos to £3 15s, extraprime £4to £4 5s; medium £3 2s 6d to £3 7s 6d,very inferior from £2 2s 6d. Ade laide : Prime, £3 15s lo £4 per ton. Straw.—Derrick : Local, good quality, £2, bundle, prime £2. Victorian £2 5s per ton. Potatoes.— Tasmanian Circular Heads, prime £0 ios to /'615s,'ciark :-kin^, from £(>$$ ; New'Zealand-,'Derwents prime- £5.. 10s to £s 15s, inferior £5 5s; Early Roses £s 15s }o £6 per ton. Butter.—Finest 'creamery, is; factory, lid to is; dairy, iod j pastry 8jd to Qd; Pas teurised, is ojd per lb. Cheese, — Local: Loaf, 5jd | sccond qualities, frorfi 4jd to 5d j prime largei 5d to 5jd; rough and inferi...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

South Africa. Router's Agency reports that two Boers, carrying a flag of truce, brought a letter from ex-President Steyn into the British,, gamp ,.at Kroonstad on Siihday....:..,,- . J , , " ComflleJtf I unlimited independence undfcr our own flag, with an amnesty for Afrikanders," Such is said to be Kruger's .basis foi;' peace negotiations. As the Kaffir kraals were a regular source of supply' for the enemy all natives .will hereafter bp brought into special refugee camps, . . ColonelGarrett's'column has reached Kroonstad, after a three months' trek, during whiclr-the;- troopers captured farge quantities of supplies. A Boejr laager has .been surprised at Amersfqort' by Cbldner.Stewart', of! the Johannesburg; rifles, 2j Boers .being captare&'v" "«; AfteV1 "'^ttwing • Hie' Amersfoort faager,.!,po!iihel.J'l^ttWt's.'column'w'as sniped,o>:by.3ob.B,oers under Christian Bothaatid Ji Smuts It.is"^i(J''tliat Kruger cherishes the illusioii$)jat i$e, coming meeting of the Kasiervand...

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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. • Judge Heydon presided atthcQuarter^ Sessions at Darlinghurst. to-day ip thc absence through illness of Judge Gibson. •• r fi " Arthur George Cook, the youth recently empioyefi as mail-boy * at'Crona1}&,:"B&U:hf/' pleaded guilty to stealing, a letter, containing postal notes, and was remanded'for sentence. Inquiry at Hie'i4ea/th.'Dcjp'aiiment ' ak n'^oit to-day .clicited.the information that qn.©xam(-t (1'^'[ ;natiOnio determine whether the-;suspictoU9 death of a laborer named Jury irt^AberCrom- ' ■ bie-street on Monday, was due to p!aguc,'ffiHji,'•; £*•' not been completed. • .. •. ' ■••• LONDON, Tuesday afternbon. jjjJ Commandant iiruitjtinlji, while rai#n|Fritap*irt jiI .Cape Colony, told the Loyalist that'the despaired of .tickig the British army, but , ' " .hoped to tire the nation.. /• , ' The King and Queen of • England jwill probably start to-morrow for Cronberg» •" •• The demeanor .of the .populace;of Pekjn'_\'...

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SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

SALES, i There arc sales of stock, and Kates of corn, And sales.of hills and dales; Dut the greatest curse of modern times Arc tlic blooming Dargain sales, There's enough silk ami such stuffin my cottage just now to stock a warehouse, anil 'still there's more to follow.' liven the kitchcu girl is titled out in a gaudy silk ; and to-day she applied for the kitchen towels of the same material, and I'm betting six to four (though it's risky to make wagers these limes) that she gets them—one vellow—the nther green—we're Orangemen and she's a t'cuiau. The fact is that we are too poor to ifford anything hut silk just now. A prisoner in New Zealand, wlio is | sol ving a life sentence for assaulting a | girl, has confessed that lie murdered a I ivomau at Mastcrton three years ago. 11

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Death of the Dowager-Empress of Germany. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

Death ol the Dowager-Ettprcu of ' . Germany.. Tub Emprcss-Dowagcr Frederick died :olt • Monday evening. The House of Kcprescrttatives and most of the State Parliaments adjourned Out of respect to the memory of the late Empress Dowager. The Consuls for Germany in the different. states received many visits of condolence and messages of sympathy. •The private chaplain was for an hour ill the sick room in the morning. All the chit* drenof- the Emperor except Prince Hcnrjr were prescnt-at her death, which took place . • • peacefully. Dropsy following on cancer had reached the heart. The Empress was conscious Until the end. • The German,, and English newspdpef/1 reflect a new kindliness felt by the two • nations towards each other in the common affliction. -

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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PRESBYTERIAN. Induction of Rev. A. M. Gauld. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

PRESBYTERIAN. , Induction of Rev.A. M*GaoM. ■; Last night the Rev.r A,; M..; paultf -was. inducted . into tfie -.pastoral .charge ' oK. tfie Goulburn Presbyterian Church! After divfhe' service, conducted by Rev. Chtis.1 Crahe/cf-' Taralga, the Rev. Mr. Gauld formally-; accepted the call .froin ihe cortgc$gat$6n become Minister of St/Andrew,j8.;,.jf^ev^Mr..' Berry then delivered ah adtfreitf'-'ity the' Minister, and Rev. Mr. Gofdoh,' bf-Bovftaiyto'* the congregation, after which ?Mr»' Charles^-, on behalf of the Sabbath School, ; Grant, on behalf, of the Fellowship tfnion, spoke a. few words of \yeIcorne tb Mr. 0auf<f/ The new Minister thanked those presefti-fbb' their kindly welcome, and at the conclusion. of the proceedings shopH members as they left the church. Th'e,Rev> • R.Jackson, of Yass, was^opresenVbutwas1' unable to take any part:in Ibe1'seriated''tin-'> account of a severe cold. ' .. To-night-a musical social-will-beheld in4l»«~' Oddfellows' Hall to celebr...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

PITHY Kain at last. Dancing Gottlbflrttr Mr, Crick favors the Federal Postal Hill. Magistrates wilt not require to be te-aviOiHi N. S, Wales will noiV get some dbitttsliS legislation Mr. t. F, Sfcj'et has accented the flositfett of horn scorer Sparrow Shooting club, GdulbUrit Cavalrytttett hold (He ftcotdi Ball' tickets sold right dliti Ladies are reminded that the "Times", new story iB now appearing. Goulbunt district federal capital committee have received a valuable report (torn Hr. Twynain, The G. D. I'". C. C. should now proceed to push matters. A little energy will do much for our claims. Mr. Wiiic says that his Arbitration Bill 1 avoids two or three serious flaws found in the X.Z.Act. Mr. Austin Chapman, visited GonI> burn yesterday. The Federal Governmeut whip looks in the pink of condition. The Federal Capita!. Site, If you want a site that's suitable, 1 Unique and indisputable, Equipped with every requisite thai naltlfe GUI supply, You willhnd it—take my tip for ft, ' B...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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DEATH OF LADY LACKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

DEATH OF LADY LACKEY. It will be learned with redfct that Lady Lackey, wife of Sir John Lackey, K.C/M<G<| ' President of the Legislative CollnUl, died oft Monday at her residence) Elmyraj Croydon street, Petersham. The event was not tine*-*: peeled. as Lady Lackey had .been suffeHntf' for a considerable time. Her illness, how ever, assumed a serious form a fert days agoi, and, despite the unremitting attention <rf>heis medical adviser, she gradually satjk and died*' What mnfccs tlic event especially sail is Iffd ' fact that Sir John Lackey Was tfrfabtd'tobcr present at the death-bed of Lady Lackey, s'9 he was himself confined to his bedroom at the' warrigaf Club, MacqUar/e-slreet,atlfferift|f (row severe illmiss. When told yesterday of the death of Lady Lacke>\ Sir John beca&to prostrated, but it is hoped by lus medial' adviser that the shock will not.be. attended by serious consequences. Lady Lackey <va*.' in lier 8(rtli yea...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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CROOKWELL. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 7 August 1901

CROOKWELL. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) THE first half-yearly meeting of St. Mary's A.H.C. Guild was held at the presbytery on Sunday night last. There was a fairly large attendance and after disposing of some formal business Warden A. J. Glennan called upon the secretary, P. T. White, to read the report and balance-sheet for the previous half year. The report showed that the branch has made steady progress, the membership now standing at 32, with a credit balance, after meeting all expenses for the half year, of £48 13s 11d. This was considered very satisfac- tory, and clearly showed that there was a great future for the branch in this town and district. On the motion of Bursar O'Shannessy, seconded by Councillor Muller, the report and balance-sheet, as read, were unanimously adopted. Two delegates were required to represent the branch at a meeting of the General Coun- cil to be held in Sydney on the 19th of this month. Four names were submitted to the meeting, and on a ballot being t...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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