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Improving the Position of Tailors. (From the "Riverina Grazier," 14th September, 1901.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
Improving the Position of Tailors. - (Prom the "Biverina Grazier," 14th September, 1001.) Ii will be teroembered that upon the occasion of the visit to Hay, of the Honorable the Minister for Worlie, the master and journeymen tailors, repte sented by Mr. J. B. Dinnell, interviewed the minister, and brought under his notice the disadvantages tailors laboured under in consequence of having to compete against garmentsmanufactured by poorly paid labour in the cities. Mr. O'Sulllvan gave a sympathetic reply, but pointed out that the mattor was one which came under the juris diction of the .Minister for Education and Labour, 4Ir. Ferry. Ho oIbo pro mised Mr. Dinnell that when the latter went to Sydney ho would ronder liim every assistance in putting his caee before tho proper minister; Mr. Dinnell went to Sydney at the end of last week, and with the concur rence of his fellow-tailors at Hay, en deavoured with considerable suocbbb to get the metropolitan tradesmen to assist in the furtheran...
Cable News. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
Cable News. Lon'Don, Sunday. The Kaiser conferred on Professor Virchow on the occasion of his 8oth birthday the great gold medal ofscience, and eulogised his patrioticand humani tarian services. Many international congratulations were received by Pro fessor Vircliow. A Turkish officer has been arrested at Tunis on a chargc of swindling.. The French press assert that the Porte sent him to raise the Arabs in Southern Algeria in" the event of war with France. ... .. . r. . The " Times " correspondent at Constantinople states that the Sultan is convinced that Great Britain will not occupy ICowcyt or permit another Power to do so. Count Vaulx has started in a balloon from Toulon for Algiers. It is ex pected the journey will take four days. The balloon was sighted 50 miles from Marseilles. Tht^Chinese customs tariff will come into operation on November 11. Sir Thomas Lipton offers to match Shamrock II. against the Constitution or Columbia in 1902, and will challenge for the America Gup in...
A Remarkable Curiosity. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
A Remarkable Curiosity. The Australasian Saddle anil Harness Maker, published in [Melbourne and Sydney, says Mr. Mitchell, veterinary surgeon, Iieudigo, has in his posses sion a remarkable curiosity in the form of a skull picked up in the bush near Swan Hill, Victoria. It belonged to a young horse, which is supposed to have escaped into the bush with a strong rope halter attached. As the bones of the skull grew the rope be came tighter, and the efforts of-the animal to open his mouth to feed caused the rope to work right into the bone of the lop, and bottom jaws. The bone, forming again over the rope left a hole in each jaw, making it appear as if holes had been drilled through,' and the rope put in after wards. The animal is supposed to have lived about two years in this state before it finally succumbed to starva tion,
Goulburn Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
Goulburn Cricket Asso'ciation.. Tiiknb was a fair attendance at the weekly meeting of the atyve on Monday evening, Mr. K. Shepherd, vice president, being in the chair. - Some correspondence was read from St. Patrick's College concerning the South ward team, llrothev Carew intimated that all the. college players intended to- withdraw from tiie team with the view of holding a collegc competition amongst the students for medals. He also informed the secretary that, the college wicket would be fully occupied with their own competition. Mr. Jessop, one of the south players, said that the withdrawal of, Ihe college players would very seriously affect the ward team, and he was very doubtful whether a team could be got together. In the event of the south being unrepresented . next Saturday the secretary was empowered to arrange a match with a combined junior team for the centre team, to be played on the show-ground. A. lengthy discussion took place on the proposed visit of MacLaren's Englis...
FOOT-RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
FOOT-RACE. A foot-race for £15 aside, over a half-mile track, took place 011 Hie Kugby Union Ground, Sydney, 011 Saturday afternoon, between W, XIcManiis of Coolanmndra, and I,. C. Mc Lachlan of Auckland, New Zealand. Mc Manus was the challenger, and he conceded his opponent, who came over specially to run the race, a start of 10 yards. There was a Catherine of about 500 persons on the ground. Odds of 0 to 4 against McLachlan were laid The start was a good one. In tho first 550 yards McManus gained a couple of yards on the New Zealandcr, and that was the nearest lie got to him, McLachlan began to draw away, and when two-thirds of the distance had been completed, was leading by 20 yards. Running on, McManus reduced the gan by 3 or 4 yards at a point within 50 yards of (ho winning post. He then stopped, and Mc I.achlan ran in alone amidst vigorous ap plause. The time, 1 min. 50 sec., was re garded as very good. A scratch race between the pair would be interesting.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
PROSPECTUS OF The ferriia Times ..Newspaper Company, Ltd., (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) * Capital, ^1500, divided into 300 Shares of £5 cach, of which 200 are now offered to the public for subscription, payable £2 10s on application, and ' the balance at an interval of not less than 3 months from date of formation of Company.' 50 Shares, fully paid lip, 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 subsc...
Braidwood Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
Braidwood Electorate. Mk. A. E, Chapman, MX.A., is in re ceipt of official correspondence on the following matters :— Police Premises at' Ncrriga.—Tlie Inspector-General lias approved of the rental of premises, pending tlie estab lishment of government buildings. Repairs to Timberlight Road.—The minister lias approved of a grant of £60 being voted for consideration when the Current year's funds shall have been made available. Bridge at Tallagandra Crossing.— This will be considered when the esti mates are passed. Pension Payments at Norriga.— Arrangements liavo boon made for pay* mont of old ago ponoiona at Norriga, and local applicants should apply to tho deputy-registrar of tlio Braiuwood district. Oallon Crossing.—Tho minister lias approved of tho repairs nocejsary, owing to tho recent floods, boing carried out. Krawarrco Racecoursp.--Tho Secre tary for Lands dooa not doom it advis able to comply with a request for tho sotting apart of land for rucccourse purposes ; if an applica...
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
GOULBURN POLICE COURT; Tuesday,' Bki'oRU Messrs. A. • Mitchell and A. C, Barrett. .r-.v- " ! • ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.;./\\ Frederick r -Darrah/was. chargcd with having at .Goulbum', on. the ipth i»st., attempted suicide by cutting his throat. Constable Uoazley deposed that he saw the accused at the Goulbum railway station on the day mentioned about 1.30 am. ; there were wounds on his throat which were bleeding profusely; in reply to questions accused said he had inflicted the wounds with a razor, and that he did not know why he did it; Dr. McKillop .was sent : for and ordered the man's removal to the hospital; when charged that morning with having attempted suicide accused replied " I suppose I did" ' Dr. McKillop deposed to Having nttcnaea accused ; he found him suffering from three gashes in 1ii3 throat, evidently caused bysonx sharp instrument; did not think accused wr a quite sane as he found him the subject of several delusions ; considered him recovered sufficiently to allow of hi...
SPORTING. THE TURF. GOULBURN SPRING MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
SPORTING. the turf; GOULBURN SPRING MEETING? " Following arc the weights'for the above which take place on Saturday next :— - Flyinq Handicap. • • ' st, lb. Boonery g s Bega 8 9 Caricature.;,, 8 4 Sceptre 8 a : Havannah 8 0 Ruewarra 7 la - Irrnwaddy 7 in Easy John,, 7 5 Wild Rose 7 s Silver Gun... OIO. Roscleaf \ 6 7 Maiden* Stakes, ', • •••• 9.5 Pylara... v. 9 0. Figaro: 9 o . Bronte g o. Moveen ...... g-o. ' Gillbird 8 12 - Merry Jest ........ 8 la Good-night 8 12 ■ Kcproof '. 8 12 Bengola 8 10 Alcndit 8 10 Spring Stakes, Greenweil 9 5 Boonery n 2 • Bega 8 7 Caricature 8 2 Matong 8.0 . Princess 7 jj Havannah 7 10 Silver Gun 610 Park Stakes. Caricature g 5.*. Princess 9 3 Irrawaddy 8 11 Wild Kosc a 7 Silver Guii 8' a toollight 7 11 Kosuleaf 7 n Alenda 7 j
Small Debts Court. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
Small Debts Court. Tuesday. Before Messrs. A. Mitchell and A. C. Barrett. The following eases were undefended and verdicts were given for the amounts men tioned Mrs. McDonald v. Michael Sellick, £i 18s for board and residence at Mandelson's iioiel and money lent. Costs 8s. John Pooley v. A. and Mrs. Bryant, 15s, work done and materials supplied. Costs 9s, Mr. I£. Belts for plaintiffs in both cases. Hagon Bros. v. J. X. McGce, 0 is, goods supplied. Costs 5s. Mr. E. W. Johnson for plaintiffs. -
Railway Time Table Changes. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
Railway Time Table Changes. The following alterations' in the run ning of local trains have come into effect :—The mail train from Sydney, which used to arrive here at 2.14 a.m. and depart at 2.26, how reaches here at 1.39 a.m. and departs at 1.31 a.m. The 'mail train from Aibuiy has not been altered. The Cooma mail, which used to leave at 2.35 a.m. and arrive at Cooma at 9.40 lias been altered so as to leave Goulbuni at 2 a.m. and arrive at Cooma at 9 a.m. The summer trains which are put 011 between Goulbtirn and Sydney are now running. The 5.15 p.m. train from Sydney on Fridays lias been extended to Goulbuni and arrives here at 9.50 p.m., returning again on Saturday morning from Goul buni at 5 a.m. and reaching Sydney at 9.38 a.m. There are also two early trains 011 Monday morning from Goul btirn, one at 5 a.m. and the other at 6.35
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
WANTED, T ADY 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 "pOR Best' Bread and Pastry. Wedding Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and Socials catered for. E, ASHLEY'S ^PEA ROOMS, 73 Auburn-street, next N.8.W. Bank. Country patrons rcccivc evrey attention. Pot of Tea ancl Refresh ments 6d. STRAYED, EROM Chatsbnry, CHESTNUT HORSE, white legs, branded TN (the latter side ways) off shoulder. Last seen near Wood housclee. £1 reward will be paid on return to ....... • MeKERRELL BROS., Chatsbury. TRY MORGAN'S Refreshment Room —FOR— A CUP of Good Coffee and Scotch Pic 3jd.; with Scone or Pastry, 3d. EVER INGHAM, 307 Auburn-strcct, opposite Oddfellows' Hiill, Second-hand Furniture Bought. Soldi and Repaired. Alt Repair* Done on the I'remfsea. WHEKtt ARli YOU GOING On Saturday, Oct. 19 ? TO ?HE Goulburn Races. •^ooj^s-.loii.io^ : i...
TARLO. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
-TARLO. (I'HOM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Seasox.—During the past week the weather has been very cold, more like winter than spring ; slight showers of rain have fallen, but nothing of any material benefit has been recorded for the past month. The season promises to be a plentiful one as far as grass is concerned. Just now the district looks splendid. The fruit crop bids fair ; fruit-trees of every kind are covered with blooms, and the only enemy to be dreaded is a frost. The cereal crops do not look as well as one would expect. Some of the farmers have harrowed the wheat crop, and should, it" be followed by good Weather it ought to bring about a good result, Hare Drive.—A hare drive was given on the Chatsbury Estate on Saturday. On the invitation of Mr. Eldridge' iS shooters and a like num ber of drivers met at the homestead at 8.30. The day was not altogether what a huntsman would like. At in tervals cold showers and strong wind ■marred the sport. ' Mr. C. Eldridge captained the shooters...
Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Thomas Caiueox Keiiiiy, exploror, and Eric Frcko, wero to-day charged with Laving, in company with others, cast away the euiliug yacht Am ino. The oaso waa»further romandod tmtil Fri day. A'tall, middle-aged man,"fell in a fit in Liverpool-street this morning, and died before reaching the hospital. The body is at the morgue awaiting identi fication. ■ At the Pudilinglou court John MuMulion aud William Perry, were charged with, breaking and entering the house of Captain Carey at Wollahra. Tlio third man, Lcnnoii, who was shot by tho polioeinan, is still iu tUo hos pital. Aocuscd wore remanded till Thursday. Ho tho Sydney Soap and Candle Company's advanc-J of a fnrlhing por pound on caudlop, Mr. Upfold, the managing diveetor, oxplains that the increase is not duo to tho tariff but the high prico of tallow. The prices of the company's other manufactures, . in cludiug soap, will.not bo altsred. 1, .. LONDON, . Tuesday. The pro-Boer organ at Capetown ...
Laggan News. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
Laggan News. By Traveller. " P'rIaps lie's .kicked the buckct and p'i'aps he hasu't.". So sayeth your Laggan correspondent in .Friday's issue of "Times." I like 'something softer than a bucket to kick, arid I will suggest that anybody,, referring, to me should bear this in mind, and let sleeping dogs lie, or be very-careful about rousing them up/ I am rather pleased at being reminded tliat my' duty towards the " Times" has been neglected, and I Humbly apologise to all- those whom the Lnggan news interested for not sending it along oftener. I read Lnggan news, from a correspondent, with'; much interest, but why 'should he envy the best dressed gentleman at Crookwell spring show his top storey ? My advice is " Do not covet or desire anything that is his, but send for the green cart and remove him speedily to a place of safety." Your correspondent is right about the challenge he referred to, and it's genuine also. , The question of dealing with rabbits is a source of. great trouble jus...
The Federal Capital Site. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
The Federal Capital Site. IK the Federal House of Repi esenta lives oil Friday in committee of supply the following reference was made to tire Federal Capital site question :— Mr. Cook wauted to know what was being done about the capital site ? Mr. Chapman (N.S.W.): " Hear, hear." (Laughter). Mr. Cook : The matter was in the most nebulous condition. Nothing members could say or do could cxtract exact knowledge concerning it. We were told by the Home Secretary that everything possible was being done.. Mr. Iieid : Oh, he always says this, even when he is asleep. (Cheers and laughter.) Sir William Lyne: What do you want me to do. Mr. Cook: Select the site, and begin to build the capital. (Laughter and cheers.) The Home Secretary should carry out the definite and specific promises he had made in New South •Wales regarding the matter. Mr. Keid : There is one difficulty in the way ; he has not decided between Tutnut and TumbarunVoa. (Great laughter.) Mr. Cook hoped he was going to decide ...
South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
South Africa. London, Sunday. General Louis Botha halted near Luncberg, north of Vryheid, on Thurs day, finding further progress north barred by the British. His force is in a difficult situation, the horses being fatigued by the retreat. Tiie British are posted to the north, south, and east of the enemy, who will possibly retire west in the direction of Elands berg. Australian troops in Major-General Walter Kitchener's command have captured four prisoners, 50 cattle, and seven waggons containing foodstuffs. Commandants Kruiteinger and Ack crmnn are trying to cross the Orange River, which is now swollen, in a southerly direction. Eighteen more Boer leaders cap tured since September 15 have been banished. Schoeman, Commandant ^ Lotter's lieutenant, has been sentenced to death. Commandant Scheeper, whose cap ture was effected the other day, re cently forced two British, coloured scouts, whom he had caught to draw lots as to which should be shot. The scout who drew the shorter-straw wa...
An Extraordinary Case. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901
An Extraordinary Case. In* the Newtown Police Court on Fri day before Mr. Edwards, S.M., Sarah Rose, aged 65, appeared on a charge of stealing a ptu se, £& 8s, and an um brella, the property of Lily Ani ons, of Erskineville, on October 4. Mr. Abigail appeared for the defence. George Bradley, sergeant of police, gave evidence to the effect that on the 4th inst., accompanied by Constable Devlin, and Miss Aarons he went to accused's house and told her that Miss Aarons charged her with stealing an umbrella and a purse containing £8 8s. Accused replied she did not steal the umbrella ; she picked it up, and when she opened it a pair of gloves and a sash fell out. There was no purse in it. Witness, continuing, said that Miss Aarons exclaimed, " I know my purse was in it. When I cried and said 1 had a lot of bills to meet, you offered me half the money." Accused said, " I did not like to see you at so great a loss." Witness then told accused that he would have to search the house, a...