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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. Thursday, Befoke Dr. Handcock. VAGRANCY, Catherine Hughes or Hume, on remand charged with vagrancy, was further remanded till Monday for the attendance of the Police Magistrate. KEEPING A PIG. Charles ICorchcr was charged with keeping a pig within 40 yards of Citizen-street. De fendant pleaded not guilty and was defended by Mr.'H. O'Brien. ' Senior-Sergeant Matthews deposed that he laid the information from particulars re ccive'd. ' Constable Lever deposed that on Saturday week last he went to defendant's residence and saw a pig in a stye in the yard, about 26 yards from the street. This closed the case for the prosecution, and Mr. O'Brien contended that no case had been made out. Mr. Kcrchcr was a dealer and did not keep pigs in the ordinary sense of the term. He bought, pigs one day and sold them the next. He (Mr. O'Brien) had visited the stye, and found it a$ clean as the j court table, showing that,it was not a place1 where pigs were kept. His worship deci...
Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901
Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Friday. This assembly sat nil night discussing the estimates; so far no reduction Has been made. " • The police are inquiring into the suspicious death of a* married woman named Louisa Collins, of,North Botany. .The body js at the morgue awaitinga post-mortem examination. At the Water Police' Court to-day Thomas Oaradox- Kerrig and-Erick Freke, charged with casting away* the yacht Ariadne, were, ordered to be returnedto' ChristcHurch, New I Zealand, in accordance, with the Fugitive Offenders'Act. 1 A firm of Sydney drapers to-day forwarded the following telegram to Sir William Lyne : " you are treating the Sydney public dis gracefully ; no free lists procurable nor tariffs, nor sufficient, invoice clerks, causing a dis graceful want of business men's time in passing entries; the office accommodation! too, is primitive ; urgent attention necessary." At the Newtown Court to-day James Maslin charged with shooting at his wife with intent to murder at Petersham,...
THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Programme of Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901
THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Programme of Matches; I November 9-13.-—South Australia (No, I), at Adelaide. - • . . • November 15-19.—Victoria (No. 1), at Mel bourne. ' " November 22-27.—New South Wales (No. 1), at Sydney. November 20-30.—Albion C.C. 18, at West Maitland. December 2-3.—Northern District Club x8, at Glen Innes. December.—Vacant (probably Armidaleand Newcastle.) - December 13-18.—No. 1 Test Match, at Sydney. December 20-21.—Goulbtirn 18, or Wagga Wagga 18. December 26-28.—Bendigo United C.C. 18, at Bcndigo. January 1-6.—No, 2 Test Match, at Melbourne January 8-9.—Stawell C.C. 18, at Stawell. January 10-11.—Ballnrat C.C. 18, at Ballarat. January 16-20.—No. 3 Test Match, at Ade laide. January 24-27.—Country Team, at .Melbourne. jantiary.31, February 5.—New South. Wales (No. 2), at Sydney. February.—Vacant (probably Bathiirst or Wollongong). February 14-19.—No. 4 Test Match; at Sydney. February 22-26.—Victoria (No- 2), sat. Mel bourne. March 1-5.-No. 5 Test Match, at Melbourne...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901
COMMERCIAL. GOULUURN prices CURRENT. (It must be understood that these prices arc those offered by the local merchants to the producers, and not those quoted by the merchants to buyers.) flour, ios to £7 per ton Wheat, 23 id to 2s 4d per bushel Bran, 8}d to 9}d per bushel Pollard, rjd to iod per bushel Oats, feed, 3s 3d Maize, 3s 3d to 3s .ill per bushel Hay, rack, £2 5s to £3 : chaffing, £3 to £3 ' 5s per ton Straw, 37s 6d to 30s rer ton Barley, is od to 2S per bushel Potatoes, £s 'o £° I0S per toll Onions, 103 to 17s per cwt Chaff, £3 55 to £3 125 6d per ton Bacon, 7d to 7Id per lb Hams, 8Jd to 9d per lb Butler, dairy-made, 7dto 8dperlb; factory made ordinary, &lt;)d ; creamery, iod Lard, 7d to 8d : none offering Eggs, 6Jd to Sd per dozen Hrdes, 3ld to 3 jd per lb Sheepskins, merinos, from jd to 5d per lb, and crossbreds, 3jd to 3id Tallow, £17 to £18 per ton in shipping condition; broken packages, £15 to £'6 Wattle bark £4, hickory £1 ics per ton Cheese (colonial), 7d to ...
Liedertafel Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901
Liedertafel Concert. [ XHa concort. arranged bythoQoulbum Lleder tafel for to-morrow night, should prove one of | the most attraotlre yot submitted. Miss Hotty Holroyd and Mr. George Grimm have been I engaged forthe occasion. Misa Holroyd sails on' I Monday for the old country to undergo a course ! of study at the hands of Signer Stefan!. Hr* i Grimm la a baritone o! great popularity, and one of Sydney Liedertafers foremost' vocalists. I
Cable News. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901
Cable News. London', Thursday. Mr. Krugcr is ill at Hilvcrsom, North Holland. General Louis Botha made his escape to the Pongola bush by descending goat tracks after nightfall. Lord Rosebery in a remarkable speech at' Birmingham warned the nation'against the dangers of self-complecency. M. Waldeck Rousseau's Workmen's Pen sions Bill has been unfavourably received. The masters and men alike objcct to the quota to be imposed. Miss Stone and another lady captured by brigands arc hidden underground. The number of smallpox patients in London is 171.'' i. : The Russian newspapers arc unanimous in urging the government to immediately occupy Herat, and bring Afghanistan under Russian influence, whilst Great Britain's bands are tied. The court-martial has found that the loss of the Cobra was due to structural weakness. Nordenskjold's Antarctic expedition has sailed from Gothenberg. Russia Is urging the reduction of M. Lorardo's claim upon the Porte. An affray has occurrcd between soldiers of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901
TO LET, CjHOP in Auburn*strcet, opposite Mr. Gil ^ Ic^ple's boot factory. Apply on the Bremises before Monday, or to MR. A. A. ERH, Cowpcr-strcct. WANTED, LADY Canvassers (or inland town# all through the Commonwealth for articles in great demand, and particularly in Lady's line. Liberal Commission. Apply MOWBRAY & CO,, 293 Aublirn-slrcct, Gouiburn. E. ASHLEY "|7OR Best Bread and Pastry. Wedding Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and Socials catered for. E. ASHLEY'S ^PEA ROOMS, 73 Auburn-street, next N.S.W. Bank. Country patrons receive evrcy attention. Pot of Tea and Refresh ments 8d. . McLELLUND, Photographer, Crookwcll, (opp. Cox's Mlll)i XT AS Re-opened his Studio, and will stay A for a short season only. First-class Work Guaranteed. Proofs Shown, STRAYED, FROM Chatsbury,' CHESTNUT HORSE, white legs, branded TN (the latter side ways) off shoulder. Last seen near Wood houselee. £1 reward will be paid on return '° McKERRELL BROS., Chatsbury. EVERINGHAM, 207 Auburn-street, o...
A Surry Hills Sensation. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 October 1901
A Surry Hills Sensation. On Thursday at the Circuit Court Thomas Henry Wade (28), a dealer, was charged with assaulting May Victoria Forticr, with intent to comniit a criminal offence;, and James Finn (22), a brushinaker, Henry Sampson (21), and John Brown (27), a dealer, were charged with aiding and abetting him. Dr. R. T, Paton said that he had examined the girl Fortier, but was iinable to find any marks of violence upon her, She was ex cited and nervous when he examined her. Elizabeth Pepin, a married woman, resid ing with her husband, Phillip Pepin, a sea faring man, in Ann-9treet, Surry Hills, said that at about 3 o'clock on the 14th instant, two girls, May Fortier arid Kate Behan, were in her house, when Wade and three others camc to the front door. Wade was drunk. She called out, " Don't open the door." The men continued to knock and kick at the door, and were asked by the girl Behan, from the balcony, what they wanted. They said they wanted to get In, and as she-refused to o...
Presentation to Mr. W. A. Thorman. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 October 1901
Presentation to Mr. W. A. Thorman. Mr. A. B. Chtsholm president of (he Goul burn Liedertafel, during the course of the concert on Saturday night, said that he had been requested to perform a little officc which he did with very much pleasure. The society had determined to present. Mr. Thorman,] their excellent pianist, with an acknowledg ment of hit services. The best.and most valuable gift they could Rive was a golden j harp of the society with which Mr. Thorman j had been so long connccted, he having been introduced by Mr. Harmer, who might be called its founder. (Applause.) The harp l would entitle Mr. Thorman to the privilege | of life membership, and on behalf of the Bocicty he made the presentation with the | greatest pleasure. (Applause.) Mr. Thorman I then came forward and received the gift, for I which he returned His hearty thank*.
V.A.T.C. RACES (CUP DAY). [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 October 1901
V.A.T.C. HACKS (CUP DAY). The spring meeting was brought lo a close on Saturday at,Caullield. The weather was fine, and the attendance large. The follow ing are the results Moora Trial, i mile—Folicitous i, Altitude 2, Fusilctte 3. Won by a length and a half. [ i.44j[. Oby Hurdle, 2 miles 1 furlong 64 yards Tatter Wallop 1, Plymplon 2, Kickshaw 3. Won by 4"lengths. 4.7^. Caullicld Cup of 2500 sows., 2000 sovs. of said sum to go to the first horse, 350 sovs. to the sccond, and 150 sovs. to the third, ij mile—Mr. James" Palcrsoirts ch.h. Hymettus, 8st. islh. (Powell), 1; Mr. C. L. ifaedonalcTs : b.m. Wakeful, ysL (Dunn), 2; Mr, A Pearson's br.h. Flagship, &lt;wt. 7lb. (Richardson), 3. Bet ting : 3 to 1 v. Wakeful, 4 to 1 v. Hyincttus, 25 to 1 Flagship. The horses were sent along to an even start, the colors of Cretonne, Sequence, Wakeful, and Caledonia being the first lo show in front. Passing the stand Wakeful had a lead of Bonnie Chic!,, who was followed by Hymettus, Cretonn...
Strange Death of a Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 October 1901
Strange Death of a Woman. In* our Friday's issue it was stilted that a married woman named Louisa Col lins had died under circumstauccs of a very peculiar character on the pre vious day. The particulars of the case are that on Thursday evening the woman's husband, Mr. Frederick James Col ! lins, returned home to his residence in Universal-street, Botany, but his wife being absent lie drove into town in a sulky, and found her 111 Sussex-street, near Druitt-street, in a helpless state of intoxication. He placed lier in the vehicle, and drove her home, but on the way out she became violent, and tried to throw herself out of the sulky. On reaching home Mr. Collins took the horse out of the trap, and told his wife to alight, but receiving 110 answer from her he lifted her out himself, anct called a couple of neighbours, with whose assistance he carried her in side and placed her 011 the bed. He then went immediately for a doctor, who examined the woman, and pro | nounccd life extinct. 1 ...
Conflagrations in Russia. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 October 1901
Conflagrations in Russia. It is no exaggeration or figure of speech to say that Russia is burning. There is hardly a provincefrom which news does nct~arrive of extraordinary disasters. The two large towns of Vitebsk and Penza have been almost entirely destroyed bv fire. All the principal buildings of those large and important centres have been burned, and the inhabitants live in tents pitched in the fields around, or in any sort of improvised shelters in the open air. More than three hundred villages, many of which extended over versts of territory, have been reduced to ashes and the peasants to beggary. The burning of barges freighted ..with merchandise, especially with naphtha, is an everyday occurrence. Large steamers full of passengers take fire, and the saving of human life is so badly attempted on those boats that numbers perish. The woods and forests are alight in many provinces, and the troops as well as the peasantry are everywhere employed in extin guishing these fires. Al...
CANTERBURY PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 October 1901
I CANTERBURY PARK RACES. These raccs took place on Saturday after noon. Fine weather prevailed, and there was a good number of spectators. Results :— Hurdle Kace, 2 miles—The Cryer i, Red light 2, Lochinc 3. Won by half a length. 3.59. * • Flying Handicap, 6 furlftngs—Plain Tom II i, Bristol Bill 2, Dnlmore3. Won by three lengths. 1.16J. Park Stakes, 6 furlongs—Vanilla i, Swag man II a, Dunk 3. Won by three lengths, i.itt. Stewards* Mile—Hazel Girl i, Neichdale 2, Negrito 3. Won by two lengths. 1.44J. Canterbury Handicap, mile—Lady Dar ling Prince Butler 2, Jeanctte3. Worthy a length and a half. 2.14}., - . The Shorts, 0 furlongs— Swagman II 1, Expectation II 2, Thrift 3. Won by two lengths, x.16}.
Max Hirsch's "Factory." [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 October 1901
Max Hirsch's "Factory." Mh. Baiiton twitted the leader of tho opposition upon hm iny fallen back upon Mr. Mux Hiisch for the great supply of figures and extraots with which lie bad nnned himsolf, and which lie had put to such bad use. It might be said hero that it has boon an opon secret during the last few days that the gentleman with tho Gorman name has been supplying Mr. Keid with fiscal ammunition. The latter has now good reason to complain of having boon sup plied with damagod munjtions of war, ovory ono of the " made in Germany" shells failing to osplode. "Mr. Max Hirsoh has a factory," said Mr. Barton. "Ho has not," shouted Mr. Keid. " Ho has," retorted Mr. Barton. " He runs a factory for .fabrications on the tariff," and onco again tho liouso laughed ut Mr, Roid'o discomfiture* It is said that tho singlo-tas advooaco burdened his frootiado idol with so many statistics and othor raattor that the latter callupsod under tho load, and honco his dismal failure when he oponed Ills...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 October 1901
:% DEAN'S Coachbuilding Establishment, Auburn A Bi>ai>ley Sts., GOULBURN, Is Noted for the Excellence of its Work, the Quality of the Material Used ' ' V' and Moderate Charges. We have a Most: Complete and Modern Plant, and a Thoroughly Efficient' Staff of Mechanics. It ou.want Whebfefor a Sulky, Wheels for a Buggy, Wheels for a Coach, Wlieels for'-4? Cab, Wheels^for a Spring-Cart,'or Wheels for a Dray, DEHN can fix'you up in the best manner, as lie keeps a SPECIAL EXPERT for this Class of Work. ' , A Splendid Collection of SULKIES to pick from at from £9 upwards. Secondhand Vehicles of every descriprion Bought, Sold, or Exchanged, Repairs Satisfactorily and Quickly' Executed. We have secu'red.tlie 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 Modem Style. Our Blacksmithing Business continues to Lead All Others. A. DEAN 6oach*biiilder and General Blacksmith, Auburn &...