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

PARLIAMENT. After passing the third reading- of tho Gover nor's Salary Dill, the Legislative CouuoU on Thursday proceeded ivith tho debato on the second randiug of the Tied Housen BIU; which whh in charge of Mr. Hu^her. Ho oxplained thnt as matters now 6lood ft publicun who ro ccivcd nn ndvnuco from n browcr outcred into A boud bv "which be not only agreed to repay tho loan, but to dent txcluBivoly with tlmt par* tloular hrc.rcr during tho term of his lease. It bad bceu recently held that by this patUoular form of bond tho publican was not only bound todoalcscluuvrly with tho brewer who ad« vowed the tngpoy during tho |?m\ Qt the lease, but that it wis also binding upon the sacccssow, cvon though the money had boon paid. The bill was iutondcd to remedy this stato cf things, and from the ovidonco given befpvo tho Selcot Committco on tho qoslion it appeared evident that tho browora considered that an alteration of the law wus unobiection ablo as far as thoy woro concerned, ana that it...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Application for a Prohibition. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

Application for a Prohibition. In .Chambers on Wednesday, before Mr Justice Cohen, the following matter was heard Re W. C. Damsicll (E. O'Dbnnel! and another, respondents). Mr. Kelynack, instructed by Messrs. Pigott and. Stinson (agents for Messrs. Betts and Son, of Goul burn), appeared for the applicant, Walter Carl Damsicll, of Goulburn, described as a labourer, and moved to make absolute a rule nisi for a prohibition to set aside the order of Mr. 8. H. Belcher, J.P., of Goulburu. ' Mr. Piddington, instructed by the acting crown solicitor, ap peared for the respondents to show cause. It appeared that the applicant was charged on the information of Constable Edward O'Donncll, of Goulburn, with having no lawful visible 'means of support. He was convicted and sentenced to four months' imprisonment, and now appealed on the grounds—(i) That there was not sufficient evidence to convict the accused ; (2) that evi dence as to previous conviction was wrongly admitted. After argument his Ho...

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

Bank Examination. L. J. Hannan and P. J. Roardon, students of St. Patrick's College, Goul burn, have successfully passed the ex amination of the Institute of New South Wales. The subjects were arithmetic, algebra, history, geography, composition, and dictation. The papers were taken at the City Bank under the supervision of Mr. J. W. Grovenor. manager.

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 — 18 October 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. By A. Lansdowne, Seedsman, Goulburn. Thf land is in good order for cropping and large sowiiigs 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 neglected. Maize is good for green feed or en silage and carrots are a good field crop. We will have warmer weather, but frosts arc still likely about middle of month, and good rains in the latter part. The season is likely to be very stormy and thundery, and all stacks, sheds, Sc., shouldjbe made secure. KITCHEN GARDEN. Sow pumpkins, melons, cucumbers, marrows, tomatos, squashes, egg plant, Cape goosberry, salads, peas, parsnips, carrot, cabbage, rhubarb, herbs, beans, turnips, beet, spinach, &c. FIELD...

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

PROSPECTUS OF Hie lerriia Times1 Newspaper Company, Ltd., (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, £1500, divided into 300 Shares of £$ each, 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 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 issued if and when and upon such terms as the .Directors ■maydeem 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 subscribed....

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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXV (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

Love's Triumph. ' CHAPTER XXV (Continued*. Wait a wildly-improbable story!" exclaimed the frowning Lavinia— jealous pangs darting through her heart m spite of hor forced laugh and pre tenco at incredulity. "Steve Naylor iad a good many jokeg at your expense, but he'll call this the best of >11 when he knows that it induced you ■ to paok up and drag ua away as if there ' were the plague in the honte." " J . Lady liillec neither defended herself .nor. offered any apology; and; Sir Walter, Booing another storm gather ing onthoprowa' of 'his beautiful daughter, remained mate also. There " was,'therefore, a pause, which lasted " If either of you had displayed more strength'of mind Bteve Naylor would not have presumed to dog our footsteps, or utter his disgraceful slanders; but I will best him yet. I will be married at once. Mamma shall tell Mr. Arden hOW: Very, much she wishes to see us united before sho—she—goes to some German. bathand no one shall be Srivy to our intentions but the ...

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

The WHITE H«RSE HOTEL, \;Auburn*street, GOITLBITKN. . First-class Commercial & Family * Hotel. Moderate Charges. T. W. Jacob, Proprietor. MR. Hi E. DWYEI?r ATTORNEY,1 SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, C0MMJSsi0XER FOR AFFIDAVITS, MONTAGUE *STRBBT (over Sands1 Sa)c Yards), GO U LB URN. VISITS^UNNIKG-FIRS-rVkiDAY OK. EVERY MONTH. Agent for Imperial Fire Insurance Co; Limited.

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TARIFF TOUCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

TARIFF TOUCHES. | No increase in_price.s, j N.S.W. tHe greatest gainer. £250,000 in ne\V iron \Vorks atj Lithgow. •; Freetraders trying to frighten the public. 150,000 soverigns left Sydney on Tuesday for America. Importers playing the old game of bluff with retailers. Sydney merchants held goods ;back in some cases for a month The object being to try and'bull doze the buyer; exact more money, and rouse public opinion against the tariff. These tactics show the importer in his true colours-as the friend of the foreign manufacturer. In the event of a big war in Europe —perhaps to-morrow—Australia would be cut off from supplies" of manufac tured goods. Hence it is both patriotic and im perative that we foster our industries arid render ourselves independent of outside supplies.. ' Three great federations are protec tionist, namely, .Germany,. America, and Canada. Australia is following the common sense rule in adopting the same fiscal principle. - Thirty-five' years ago N.S.W. had ten....

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CHAPTER XXVI. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

CHAPTER XXVI. When Selby Arden arrived at Chisle hurst he divined, from the closed ■ shutters of the villa, that her ladyship was no more. She had expired shortly after she was carried into the house ; her last word, her last look, having been bestowed on-Linda Jloyle. . Then deeply-shocked ana sorrow stricken Sir Walter shut himself in his room, refusing consolation. Too late he remembered with keen remorse that his wealth had not been employed to promote the happiness of the loving helpmate who had shared his poverty without a murmur. He tried to testify / the sincerity of his grief by ordering ' for lier funeral all those trappings of • woe—feathers and velvets, mutes and handsome carriages—in which such petty minds as his find a melancholy gratification ; but at the last moment rescinded the order, and followed her to her grave without the ostentatious following, which would only have added to his self-reproaches. As for Lavlnia—careless of her mother as she had been, treating h...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Cable News. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

Cable News. London. Wednesday. A referendum of French miners shows indifference to a proposed strike in order to promote the granting of eight hours, old age pensions, and minimum wage legislation, Great Britain has acknowledged the succession of Habibullah. The Viceroy of India has transmitted to Habibullah King Edward's message of condolence on the death of Abdur rahman, and also his Majesty's good wishes. Count Vaulx, who was making a voyage from Toulon to Algiers in a balloon, met with contrary winds, and after being 41 hours abft, dropped Voluntarily into the sea. He was rescued by a French cruiser. ' The capital of the proposed tube, railways for London is £50,000,000. Bills in connection-with the railways will be introduced into Parliament next session, Mrs. Catherine Brodie, artist, for merly of New Zealand, who brought an action for breach of promise against Mr, McGregor, of Glasgow, claiming £30,000 has been awarded £500 damages. Li Hung Chang is pressing the Russian Minis...

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Melbourne " Age " on G. H. R. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

Melbourne " Age " on 0. H. R. The " Age," referring to Mr. Reid's speech, says : "When he sat down after addressing the House for exactly three hours his friends were depressed, and the government elated He had been expected to put his case in the very best possible guise, and to treat the chamber to a speech, which might prove interesting, if not argumentative. He failed all round, and failed lament ably, even to amuse the house, much less to instruct it. The cause of the hon. member's failure lay on the surface. Instead of indulging in his customary rhetorical claptrap and stale jests he essayed the role of a serious figure. The new character does not become him. He was out of his element, and he evinced his weak ness and discomfort accordingly. There is always a certainty of failure when the First Grave Digger insists on flaying Hamlet. There was another cause for, the. depression under which the leader of the opposition laboured. He was: conscious that he liad a majority of the ...

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

IMPORTED. Jot Bzzx was simple-minded He read th/DaSyTclofrrapb, And never .even smiled. Jim's parents raised him properly. As parents ought to do. He learned imported polities, Bat swore as Cornstalks do* 'Jim listened nrnoh to speakers, When election time came round, On magnificent resources, And tho wealth that's in the ground* Heard much of beef and butter, . And lots of things besides; Of our wealth of pastoral country, And the tons of wool and hides. And he heard that fair Australia, A nation great would be, If we stuck to export beef and wool, And imports full and free. Now, though Tim was simple-minded, Still it knocked him in a heap, That the foreigner should make our goods While we looked after sheep. Jim came to town one summer day, With a cheque for six months' screw ; And a list of things he wanted, With a Jot of things to do. He first called on the barber And sat in a Yankee chair, Got shaved with a Yankee razor, Like the scissors that cut his hair. He bought an importe...

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The Day Dawn. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

The Day Dawn. Those interested In the Day Dawn, and who have shown their belief in the value of the property by expend ing large amounts of money in its ■ development, were more than agree ably'surprised by the receipt of news that late on Saturday night an impor tant discovery was made, which should enhance the value of the property. As formerly mentioned by us, about ten days ago, a commencement was made to drive on the 300 feet level to cut the reef, estimated to be about 50 feet distant. Good progress was being made, and up to Saturday night 25 feet had been driven. About 6 o'clock a shot was fired and 'the stone raised to the surface, but no particular atten tion was paid to it. On Sunday morn ing, on looking at the stone, it proved to ie thickly studded with gold, and on further inspection below it was shown tile reef which had been struck was about 12 inches thick, and judging from the samples brought into town by Mr. Tftorburn the proprietors are to be congratulated on the d...

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N.S.W. PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

N.S.W. iPARLIAMENT. In the Legislative Council on Wed nesday, Mr. Dangar resumed the debate on the motion for the second reading of the Industrial Arbitration Bill. He said that one of the reasons for moving the adjournment last Thursday was to make a suggestion to the Attorney general that the bill should only re main law for a fixed period in order i to give it a trial. He did so for this reason, that as far as he knew such legislation was only in an experimental stage, and the results, as far as New Zealand was concerned, had not been as favourable as was contemplated by its authors in that colony. He then proceeded to criticise the provisions of the measure, and while conceding that any system which would put an end to industrial disputes should be warmly welcomed, he said he thought the bill would require amendment before it would be acceptable to the commu nity generally. If the provisions of the bill were intended to tolerate State interference with the conditions of labour h...

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A Shocking Scene. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

A Shocking Scene. Sir Robert Hart used to describe a shocking scene which he witnessed at a Chinese execution. Eight prisoners were to be beheaded at the execution: "the mandarin, who was the execu tioner, sat in an open booth, and as the eight men marched by him each was marked on the torehead. Seven of the prisoners were to suffer for robbing and murdering an old man. The eighth was a mandarin who had been degraded for an offence which he declared he never committed. Once he had been a great man in China, even as Li Hung Chang. He had been a prisoner for many years, when euddenly his execution was or dered by the Viceroy of Quang Tung, The seven first men Were executed neatly and well, but when the executioner came to the deposed mandarin he struggled and declined to put forth his neck, wildly vociferating that he was innocent and had been unjustly accused and condemned. The executioner caught his pigtail and dragged his head for ward from the body, with the result that the head w...

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PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

PITHY PARS. Races, Ride Shooting. Liedertafel Concert, I Croaktt'ell Spring Show, A black frost at Cootna, Federal Capital Committee il work. ■The Daniel Memorial unveiling to-morrow. Goulburn Bwimming Club • preparing for the season, Recent accidents prove that- every boy should be taught ambulance work. 816 electors names struck off Goulburn and Argyle lists. Where have they gone f 11 Carolus Rogerius removibus arboricus r publicus sayibus Joli goode Jobibus." * . . The foregoing Latin inscription was found written on an axe-handle in Montague-stieef last night, *» . • Mr. Conroy says he'll give Mr. Barton no quarter. Poor Mr. Barton with Koaroi'tha Rer-Rusher alter liim. "Tea and sugar still going down and umbrellas going up," said the funny man at the party. Some ot the newspapers containing gloomy prophecies of the future tinder the tariff will be worth saving just to look over in a few months' time. * The following cablegrams reached us via the Great Australian Bight, which ac...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

SPORTING. THE TURF. V.A.T.C. Spring Meeting.—'The second day of this meeting was held on Wednesday list. Fine weather prevailed, and a good.attend ance. The course was in excellent order, and the racing good. Results Moonga Handicap, 5 furlohgs— Captain Towse 1, Patna 2, Glen Albyn 3. Won by a length. 14J. . i loin Jumpers' Flat, 1 mile 3 luvjongs— Orient i, Beloka 2, Burrabari 3. Won by a length.' 3.32i. . . - . , Mona Nursery, half-a-mile—Brak'pan I, Farewell 2, Fan Tan 3. Won by a neck. Sii sees. • • ■. Australian Hunters' Cup—BerramJ>ool 1, Mailboat 3, Drummer 3. Won easily.' 8.29$. Eclipse Stakes, 1 inile 3 furlongs—Connie Chicl 1, Hyraettus 2, Sequence 3. Won by a head. 2.24$. ■ . •• Coongy Handicap, 1 mile 5 furlongs—Jug gler- 1, Patronus 2, Honeybee 3'. 2.25}. To-morrow (Saturday) the Caulfield". Cup ol 2500 soys., will be run.. Wakeful still.retains the position of favourite at 4 to 1 j Hymcttus I next, 6 to i-; Bonnie Chicl, Grasapin, an< Juggler ti to 1. ■ '...

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Some Rough Handling. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

' Some, Rough-Handling. This is how'the'" Cooma Express1' sums up the political situation . It; is very strange that when the '> state treasurer brought down his csti . mates and delivered his financial state ■'merit, every prominent member of the opposition* arid in fact every daily newspaper- in Sydney, complimented him on his clear, honest, and straight-, forward- deliverance, and expressed satisfaction with the budget speech. - A fortnight later the federal treasurer brought down his- Australian tariff, Reid has'moved a vote of censure in the House of Representatives, and it is generally admitted that he sent over • instructions frbm Melbourne for his automaton, Mr. Lee, to move a motion of censure in some form on the state treasurer's budget speech; and Charlie Lee, the dummy leader of the opposi tion, obeyed orders from his chief in . Melbourne, by moving an amendment on the first .item , of the ..estimates, ordering the treasurer to take back . and recast his estimates. Af...

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Attacked by Rats. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

Attacked by Rats. Exeter-place is not a savoury portion o[ Ihe city of the beautiful harb»ur, and is "situated in the vicinity of what is .known as China town, where the fuines.of opium and cooking pork and lisii fill the air, and combine with the chccrful torn torn to make the general surroundings hitlcous. There are many rc spcctabie people living about the neighbour hood,.partly because vents are low. compared to what they are elsewhere, and partly toe the reason that, having families, in accordance with a time-honoured cuslom of the poor, they are mainly compelled to abide in narrow streets, where the trnflic is scant, aud the danger to their childicn being run over is small. Since the rat-catchers have desisted from their labours the old tenement houses) there have been over-run with the vermin, which appear to have returned in millions. On Wednesday night Mr. Edward Jackson, who resides in Kxetcr-placc, retired-to rest as usual, leaving his daughter, a child of j years, steepi...

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Harbour Casualty at Noumea. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901

Harbour Casualty at Noumea. Novsiba, Thursday.— A terrible accident occurred this afternoon about five o'clock, bv which <5 lives wore lost. The steamer St. I'icrre had arrived from the Isle of l ines with 30 recidivistes. includ ing three women, and was debarking them 011 a small steam launch belonging to the Penitentiary Department. Considerable con. fusion ensued, the launch filled, and all those 011 board, including the warder in charge, were left struggling in (be harbor c,T,l!,e'.nen,'bor? c", 1,10 kanak;i crew of the St. f icircdivcd ill bravely, and' succeeded in saving 15 ul Hie rcwiilivislcs, including the three women. b Several bodies have been recovered, A least including the warder, were drowned Mr. John A. Wallace, M.L.C., the widclv known mining investor, died at Melbourne oil Thursday uiciniug at the iifits ct 73,

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