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A Millionaire's Matrimonial Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901

A Millionaire's Matrimonial Affairs. THE New York correspondent of tho "Daily Mail" Bonds interesting par ticulars ol tho wodding of Mr. Henry M. Flagler, one of the most prominent of tho coterie of Standard Oil niulti-1 millionaires, and racoutly nicknamed " King of Florida," now in his 72nd year, who haB now married for the third time. The wedding takee place under circumstances whiok have caused tome comment throughout the country. Afior tlie death of his first wife, Mr. Flagler, IS yoare ago, married tlio daughter of a poor Episcopal clorgy man. A fow years later his only child, a daughter by his first wife, died. Mr. Flagler, to ehow ' appreciation of tho t attending physician, who had done his Utmost, presented him with £20,000. Mr. Flagler was very anxious for a toa to inherit his vast wealth. Fivo years ago his second wife wont insono. Mr. Flaglet sot apart £200,000 for her support, which sum ho has since doubled, anil ho paid a sanatorium £200 a month for her board and trea...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fatal Accident near Yass. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901

Fatal Accident near Yass. In our last issue we briefly reported the death of Mr. John Barber Smith of Blakeney Creek, a well-known and highly esteemed resident. He was in Yass on Thursday, and though in his 70th year was still strong and vigorous. Speaking to some friends that   day he said he felt good for 20 years. The following particulars of the   inquest are from the " Tribune" :—   Edwin Davis, of North Yass,   deposed: On Thursday evening last I   I saw deceased, John Barber Smith, about half-past live at Coulton's North   Yass Hotel; he appeared rather the   worse for liquor; later I saw him at Callaghan's store in a sulky ; Coulton went and fetched him back; deceased asked me to drive him home, as the publican said he was not in a fit state to go home alone; I got into the sulky, and we left about six o'clock;   we went along steadily; deceased was very quiet, and I had n...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The Crookwell Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 October 1901

The Crookwell Railway. As the first consignment of ironwork for the bridge over the Wollondilly has arrived, a large number of men will be employed im- mediately in order that the structure may be completed as quickly as possible. Communica- tion with Crookwell by means of the temporary bridge was discontinued yesterday.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

DO YOU READ THE HERRIM TIIES, —.AND — Goolburn District News ? Subscription, - - - - 12s. per Annum. YOU WILL FIND IT Interesting and Up»to-Date. in addition to being a firstclass Advertising Medium* politics, Agriculture, Industry^ Commerce, — ALL RECEIVE — Careful Attention in our Columns. Please Cut This Out, or Copy It, and enclose 39., 69., 99., or 129., covering your Term of Subscription:— The Proprietors," Werrlwa Times," fioulburn. Please send me the Werriwa Timesand Goulburn District News, for a term Of months. Signature . Sport, Mining, "WH1EU9" You Have a Lot ol Man Engaged It Must Mean | You Are Doing Lota ol Business. X HAVS THE MEN AWD IBS BUSINESS ZOO. Aftet Boventeen Yoata o! Constant and j Careful Attention to Business and j MODERATE CJHABGES, I har readied THE TOP, And am now THE LEADING PLUMBER of the Southern District. W- J- LEMON, VXRNEB - STREET, GOULBURN, WINE. WE have just received a fitst consignment Of 5000 GALLONS of ALBURY WINE from Hie Famous FALLON Vine...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Order of the Good Samaritan. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

Order of the Qood Samaritan. The death Is nnnomiccd of llie fcev, Mother Mary Scholastlca Gibbons, foundress of the Order of the Good Samaritan, which took place on Tuesday evening at St. Bridget's Ketre.it, Marrickville. The deceased, a daughter of Gerald and Mary Gibbons, was born in Kinsale, Ireland, in the year 1816, and at the time of her death was 85 years of age. Sister Gibbons arrived in Sydney at an early age, and was subsequently ordained a Bister of Charity in connection with the Roman Catholic Church of this State. After labour ing as such for a few years, she, in 1848, was appointed to the charge of a home for peni tents which was carried 011 in a building in Sydney, then known as " Carter's Barracks." In 1857 the late Archbishop Polding founded the order of the Good Samaritan, and ap pointed Sister Gibbons to superintend the management. This position she occupied up to the time of her death. By her death there has been removed the last of the early pioneers of this par...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Pigeon Match. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

Pigeon Match. A I'lOEOH match at Bowral on Wednesday afternoon Attracted 13 shooters, a»d there wes ft fair attendance of the public. H. 0. Garter obtained a log-In for too Bowral Cup, vnlue £10, with 10 birds, H. T. Walker being the runnor*up with nino birds. J. W. Gregory, M. Soling, and J. H. Burn divided No. 1 sweepstake, and B. G. Born and P. i*. Steven son No. 2.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Public Service Association. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

Public Service Association. A progressive euchre party and social, held j in Ihc assembly!' room. of the Oddfellows' Halt last evening in connection with the i above, was a great success. Forty players I put in an appearance, and entered with great1 spirit, into the competition, for the prizes offered by the association, which were won by Mr. Seholtz {Survey Lands), and Mr. Rex (Justice). -Mr. G. H. Sltenffe presented the i prizes to the successful players. Refresh-1 incuts were handed round at 10 p.m., and the I players thoroughly enjoyed their repast after their strenuous efforts. Songs were then in dulged in, when Messrs. Helm, Bossier, Barnes, Taylor, and Angove rendered, in artistic style, the various items.. Mr. McDonald thanked the secretaries, Messrs. Angove and Byrne, for their kindness in arranging the social, and having it brought to so successful an issue. Both secretaries suitably responded on behalf of the Public Service Association. The happy gathering concluded at Zi...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The Windellima Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

The Wiadellima Hospital Bail. As some misuuderstanding may have been caused through the date of the above having appeared as 2$th inst. in 11 Coining Events " we would remind our readers that the ball takes place next Wednesday, the 23rd.

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About Those Two Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

About Those Two Trees. His Worship, the Uayor of Goulburn. Dear Sir,—About those two trees. You will remember the council accep ted from me as full settlement for the purchase of the two trees in question, the sum of £io, and as it is my inten tion to remove these two trees within the next few days, you are at liberty to instruct your overseer to witness the execution and completion of this undertaking. I have taken my own time to cause the removal of these trees, although one alderman who was so much opposed to their removal, at last, when he found they were to be removed, considered they should be cleared out witiiin a fortnight. Those who know me best, know I do things in my own way and at what 1 consider the proper time, Unless your overseer interviews me, to ascertain when I shall remove these two trees, I shall proceed with the work without any supervision. Mem bers of our Goulburn Municipal Council havo not forgotten to urge, m an argument against tho removal of those two tra...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

;a. DEAN'S Coachbuilding Establishment, [Auburn S dley Sts., GOULBURN, Is Noted for the|gxcellenc{ . ' i Work, the Quality of the Material Used ■ ji; ai jderate Charges. We have a- Most?3 Complete .1 Modern Plant, and-'a Thoroughly Efficient ,• Staff of Mechanics. If ou want-Wheelsfor a Sulky, Wheels for a Buggy, Wheels for a Coach, Wheels forCab; Wheels for a- Spring-Cart; or Wheels for a Dray, DEHN cattf.tix-ypit.iip ia the best tnanrter, as he keeps\,a~5PECMLJ EXPERT for tfiis Class of Work. A Splendid Collection of SULKIES to pick from at from £9 upwards. Secondhand Vehicles of every description Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. Repays Satisfactorily and Quickly Executed. ' We Have secured the services of First-class Painters and Trimmers from one of the Leading Shops in Sydney, and are prepared to execute all Orders in that line in the Most Modern. Style. Our Biacksrhithing Business continues to Lead All Others. p A. DEAN Goach'builder and General Blacksmith, . 'ffijBURM &"Br...

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The Ramsay's Bush Outrage. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

The Ramsay's Bush Outrage. Two men were arrested on Thursday on sus picion of being concerned in the outrage which wns perpetrated in Ramsay's Bush recently. Both the suspccts were tuken to the Central Police Station, where they we're placed in line during the afternoon for identification. The witnesses were asked to pick out the man they had seen in company with the children the morning following the outrage, an'd al though io-persons walked up and down ttic line only two were able to identify the man. One man was then released, .bill the other was detained in custody. Later in the after noon the suspect was taken to Sydney Hos pital to see if th<j child could identify him; A number of men were lined' up in the board room, and the child was carried into the room bv one of the nurses. . She anneared to be very distressed, and when asked il she could see the man she looked up and down the line, but replied that lie was not there. The man was then taken back to the Central ...

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THE FEDERAL TARIFF. Debate on the Censure Motion. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

THE FEDERAL TARIFF. Debate on the Censure Motion. The debate on Mr. G. H. Reid's motion of censure was continued by Mr. Sydney Smith (N.SAV.) on Wed nesday afternoon. His speech lasted nearly (our hours, and established a record for the Federal Parliament. Mr. A. McLean (Vic.) declared that the Government in its tariff proposals had kept faith with the people of Aus tralia. Although there were blemishes upon the tariff, he defied anyone to construct a tariff which was free from objections. That was enough for his nurnose at that stage of the proceed ings. He quoted' statistics to show that although England had made great progress under freetradc, she had not progressed at the same rate as the protectionist nations of the world. Interest in the dobate, whioh had begun to flag somewhat, was revived by Mr. Hughes (N.8.W.), who condemned the tariff in vigorous terms. When ministers were bofore the country, he said, not one of them even hinted that a sum of nearly nine millions would hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

TO STAND this SEASON At Woodhouselee, T;,And Travel the District, Chichester. /CHICHESTER is n bright chestnut, with . good t flat hone and good muscle. Chichester is by Pelham, by Lothair (see stud book); bv LamlKravt', , brother to Lauristian and Lunelle : dam Miss Topper by Endeavour ; g. dam by Scratch , Endeavour by Clarion, from i\<, he, by Plover; Clarion, bv Kelpie (imp), from Chalia, by Scratch. Chichester has been a rood performer on the turf; his progen) having changed hands at high prices, and a sure foal getter. TERMS : Single marc & Reduction for two or more. Good paddocks, every care taken, but n MSSSSto"&pirtdforby»rtjan«ty.m«. 1). PARKER, Woodhouselee Post Office. TO STAND THIS SEASON' flt Wheeo, And Travel the Surrounding Distriot, The Active Draught Stallion, • BY 1v< ibin ; dam by Tom iV I-inco':;i, by Muir Lad (imp.) Young Robin is • risiiJB 5 years, a rich roan, j6 hands .1 inches high, plenty bone and muscle, aticl a good ...

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Goulburn Lands Office. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

Goulburn Lands Office. The {allowing implications wero mudo on Thursday :—Francis Josoph Do Avilla, 40 acres c.p., Uringalla.and 120 acres c.l., Uring aUa ; Patrick Kennedy, 8S ncrca o.p„ Bhyanna; George Churchill, 35 acres a.l,, fejac. A bill legitimatising children born out of wedlock, subject to the marriage of the parents, has been passed in the . Viotorian Assembly. South Australian Liquor League proposes to make the retailing of in toxicating liquors in the federal oity a government monopoly. By the plucky conduct of Alias Frowin, who bandied a gun in a businossliko way, a suspected burglar at Ourimbah was captured and handed over to the police. At the revision court yesterday 402 names were removed from the Goulburn portion of the Argylo electoral roll,

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Blockholders' Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

Stockholders' Bill. Thk consideration in committee of the sbovo formed the principal business in the Assombly on Wednesday. The bill was agreed to with unimportant amend ments. Mr. Estell said the bill would be largely availed of in important centres of population, but what ne feared was that capitalists would acquire largo blooks of land and charge heavy rentals to their tenants or eject them He wiBhed to soo the measure so safe guarded that whon a man had acquired a little home he would bo in security with regard to it. The Minister for Lands said ho did not wish to make tko bill difficult or complicatod, but to pass it in such a form that any ordinarily intelligent man could read it and understand it without gotting the assistance of a lawyer. The starting point was simply that wlierovor Crown land was gazetted at workmen's blocks ho could tome under the measure and would be proteoted. (Hoar, hear.) Ho hoped the bill would come into operation before Christmas, and that a large ar...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Week Day. Sunday Monday....; Tuesday ..., Wednesday] Thursday ... Friday Saturday....! Oct. 13 § M 0 $ c w£ Sk sw 5 16 6 6 5 34 6 si S 15 6 7 0 < 7 3« 5 14 0 8 6 46 8 30 5 '3 0 c 7 27 0 12 S 11 0 IC 8 11 10 '2 5 10 6 10 « Si 10 40 5 <; 6 ti 9 4< " .14

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United Ancient Order of Druids. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

United Ancient Order of Druids. Tub half.rcorly session of the Grand Lodge of Now South V ales, United Ancient Order of Druid*, was held at tho Oddfellows' Tonjjplc, Elizabeth-street, Sydney, on Wcdnesaar. Bro. George T. Broadhurst (Grand President) was In tho chair. The Urand President, in welcoming tho officers and representatives to the session, delivered a lengthy address. During tho half yoar ending Juno 80 the net incrca«® of membership was 239, and in funds .£1825 1» Id. For the September quarter, as far as oould be ascertained, (the whole of the balnnco-aheots and rotarns not yet having boon received), tho incrcaso was 245 members for 31 lodges, and £374 in tho funds of 22 lodges, In the statements of receipts and expenditure, and in the balanco-eheet, it would be seen that the management fund of tho Grand Lodge had an overdraft at tho bank of £256 5b 8d, which was oaused by the lengthy session of the Grand Lodge when revising tho laws, and tho oost of printing. This overdra...

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Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, OCT. 18, 1901. THE FEDERAL TARIFF. Mr. Reid's Censure Motion. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, OCT. 18, 1901. THE FEDERAL TARIFF. Mr. Reid's Censure Motion. The debate on Mr. Reid's motion of censure was resumed in the House of Representatives o» Thursday afternoon by Mr. Thomson (N.S.W.), wlfo asserted that the Government had utterly failed to solve the problems piaccd before it. He admitted that one of the problems could not be satisfactorily solved by any Government. Most of the gentlemen now on the treasury 'benches eouUl have prevented that problem—the necessity of providing sufficient revenue for the states—at the convention, for it was created by the trameis of the constitution. Passing on to the tariff he gave the opinion that the Government had not carried out the promises of the Maitland speech. Mr. Thom son introduced some variety into the debate, which had previously been critical only. He aimed at the constructive, and showed how a tariff could be devised to produce £8,oootooo —the amount expected in the first year of Mr. Kingston's tariff....

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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E Company Australian Rifles. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

- E Company Australian Rifles. Lieutenant-Colonel Wright, officer com manding the 6tlv Infantry Regiment,' accom panied by Captain Cooke, Adjutant, visited Goulburn on Tuesday evening last for the' purpose of carrying out the annual inspection of the above company. The men, under the command of Captain McShane, were marched to Victoria Park, Lieutenants Cumming and McConnell were in charge of their respective half companies, All the N.C, officers were present, the men mustering to the number of sixty-five. After the inspection of the arms, accoutrements, and clothing by the Colonel, the company was formed up as a batallion and put through the various movements by Captain McShane. It was then reformed as a company and put through the company move ments by Lieutenants Cumming and McCon nell, also thf manual and firing exercises by the latter. After an hour's work the Colonel addressed the men, saying how pleased he was at their work and the manner in which they kept their kit. The com...

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Proposed Visit McLaren's Team. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

Proposed Visit McLaren's Team. Mr, A. McAlister, secretary of the Cricket Association, has received a wire from Major Wardill stating that Goulburn's offer of £100 cannot-be accepted for a two day's visit of McLaren's team. The association cannot see their way clear to offer more, a wire has been sent stating that the rejection of the £100 must clow negotiations,

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