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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
Riile Shooting. Following arc the winners in the shooting of G Company.Kifle Club oil Saturday 300 600 • yds. yds. Hen. Tl. X'tc. 11,ill 33 32 I, 66 Pic. Morris 32 33 0 65 Sgt. Uascley 33 30 2 65 Kes. Inglcton 31 30 0 61 Lt. Holilorf 26 30 4 60 Lt. Fitzgerald 32 2S o Co Kcf. K.Taylor 27 27 4 58 The following countcd out for a prize Kcs. Furber 30 26 2 58 Pie. Williams 26 23 9 58 lies. Francis 34 22 2 58 Private Iiatl is competing in Sydney, and will form one of the team to represent Cioul burn. Following is the result of the sccond monthly prize shooting of the Goulburn C.K.C. 500 Coo yds. yds. Hep. Tl. Res. R. Taylor 27 27 4 58 Pres. W. I. Furber 30 20 o 56 Kes. J. J. Francis 34 22 0 56 Kes. 1C. J. ICerchcr .... 30 20 s 55 Res. F. Shcrriug 22 26 6 54 Kes. II. Scott 27 22 5 54 Kes. \V. Mansfield 27 24 0 51
The S.S. Monowai Overdue. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
The S.S. Monowai Overdue. Vkars arc. entertained for Uic.safety of the Union Co.'s steamer Monowai, whicli is now four days overdue al Hobnrt from.(he Bluff (New Zealand). No tidings of the missing vessel had been received up to the earlv part of yesterday by the company. The opinion in shipping circles is tiiat the steamer's delay is probably the result of an accident that any ocean-going vessel is liable to, namely a bro ken shaft. The Monowai left the bluff on Tuesday week for Hobnrt and Melbourne, being due at the former place last Friday or early Saturday morning at the latest. The Monowai is the third largest steamer in the company's fleet, and one of the fastest, and has on board close on 200 passengers, in cluded amongst whom arc members of the Jlusgrove Grand Opera Company bound for Melbourne, and the Jubilee Singers, who were billed to anpear at Hobart last Saturday, \ essclsjuvc left in starch for hvr,
Death of Mr. J. H. Lee. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
Death of Mr. J. H. Lee. ? Yestkhuay morning the death occurred at his residence, Grafton-street, Goulburn, of Mr. Josepli Henry Lee, at the comparatively early age of 47. The cause of death was consumption, from which Mr. Lee had been a sufferer for a considerable time. He leaves a widow and three children, the eldest of the litter being nine years, and the youngest 14 months. Mr. I.ee was foreman of the mechanical staff of the "Goulburn Post," with which paper he was connected since its inception. He was deservedly held in the highest esteem not only by iiis employers and the workmen under his control but by all members of the craft who had the pleasure of Ins acquaintance.
Werriwa Times. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23, 1901. CHANGED CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
Werriwa Times. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23, 1901. CHANGED CONDITIONS. As a result of the great fight now being fought over the tariff, we have no fear that the cause of protection will suffer in the least ; in fact the discussion on the merits of the opposing policies striving for supremacy in the Common wealth, that are daily going on in the Federal -Parliament and throughout the press .of the several states, cannot result other' than 'ftf, tjie complete discomforture of those; who advocate an open port for United Australia. It is 110 longer a question of concern to the people of New South Wales as pure provincialists. They must now regard the matter from a broader standpoint, and so ■ the fiscal policy, inasmuch as it affects the states as a whole, comes into consideration under totally different conditions to those that have hitherto prevailed. for the same reason, too, the discussions which take place appeal to. us in a manner that was formerly, we might say, impos sible. Hence, a wider ...
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, October 22. BEFORE Messrs. Knowlman and Barrett. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, (Mobr 22. Befoi-.e Messrs. Kuowlman nnd Barrett. ATTEiUTBD 0UICIDE. Tlic man Frauds Durrah, on tho above oharge, was, on tlio recommendation of Dr. Mc Killop, remanded furthor to Monday next. DRUNKENNESS AND INDECENCY, Frank Sullivan ou the above chargce, which wcro proved by Constable McKeily, was ordered to pay 20a for $ho indecent behaviour, or go to gaol for soven days, being discharged on the other. INDECENT LANGUAGE. i For using iudcccnt language in tho lockup* I whilst drunk, Thomas Barnes, a strangor, was fined. 10a or sevon days.
FARMERS AND PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
FARA1ERS AND PROTECTION. (By The lyhe.) when 1 was about three days old, I learned , that my father, iny grandfather, and uncles invariably voted on the side of freetrade; none of them ever got inio hot arguments over the matter at any time 5 it was part of their religion and they stuck to it, and re garded protection just as they regarded the opposite religion—looked "sideways" 011 it Thus it was born and bred in rnc, and for a. considerable .number of years I followed blindly, loosing no opportunity to sneer ex tensively at the other~$ide. I read the speeches of Parkes, Rcid, Wise, Carruthers, McMillan, and even the dreary Britnkcr, ac cepting all their freetrade assertions and protectionist strictures, and firmly convinced that prosperity could alone come through freetrade channels. I saw our once prosper ous Htlle village with its two stores, two hotels, two butchers, two blacksmiths, and in fact two of nearly everything iii the business line, gradually reduced to one of each, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
PROSPECTUS OF The Werriwa Times topper Company, Ltd, (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, ^1500, divided into 300 Shares of £5 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 lie 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 subscribed. In t...
The Dowager Lady Carew. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
The Dowager Lady Carew. Among the comparatively fewnuthentic instances of life prolonged beyond 100 years is to be numbered that of the Dowager Lady Carew, who resides at Woodstown| county Wnterford, and still enjoys excellent health and spirits, notwithstanding tier great age. Her ladyship was boraon 2nd December, 1798, and is therefore in her 103rd year. She enjoys the:rare distinction of having lived in three centuries, linking tiie days of Wellington and Nelson with the latest achievements of Lord Roberts, and witnessing the most marvellous era of progress there lias ever been in the history of the world. Lady Carew was noted for her beauty in the days when she was actively engaged in social life. She wasa con spicuous personality at the Court of Louis l'hilippe, and an appreciative French aulhorily described her at the time as " chabnantc et spiritnellc," while her robe of Irish poplim excited the admiration and envy of the court ladies of the Tuileries. She retains decided tra...
Death of the Bishop of Bendigo. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
Death o! the Bishop of Bendigo. The Right Rev. Dr. Crane, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Bendigo, died at ail early hour on Monday morning. The deceased was tile first bishop of the diocese, being appointed in 1874. He was born in the county of Wex ford on October 11,1818, and ordained in 1841. In 1882 he underwent an operation in London, which resulted in his total blindness. Since then Or. Reville has assisted liiiu ns coadjutor. The venerable bishop was present at I the recent opening of the new cathedral at Bendigo by Cardinal Moran, despite his great age and increasing weakness. Since then his remaing store of health gradually failed until the end came on Monday morning.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
WANTED, LADY Canvassers for inland towns all through the Commonwealth (or articles in great demand, and particularly in Lady's line. Liberal Commission. Apply MOWBRAY & CO., 293 Auburn-strcct, Goulburn. E. ASHLEY l^OR Best Bread and Pastry. Wedding I Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and j 8ocials entered for. • E. ASHLEY'S 'TMSA ROOMS, 73 Auburn-street, next I N.8.W. Bank. Country patrons receive | evrey attention.. Pol of. Tea,'.and Refresh ments Cd. " ^ ' McLELLaND, - Photographer, Crookwell, (op;, . Cox's Mill),1 U AS Kc-opcncd his Studio, and will slay for a short season only...,i j,;;; First-class Work Guaranteed. Proofs Shown. «r enu at THE -.£9 Prince of Wales' Hotel. | NORTH GOULBURN, - For Best Liquors. Baitlett's XXX Ale from the wood. | FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. R. SIDNEY CKAlO, Embalmer Gc Sanitary Undertaker, rpHE MOST COMPLETE FUNERAL X ESTABLISHMENT in- the District. Oak, Cedar, and Lead Coffins .At the shortest notioe. Tho onlv Certifioatcd Embalmer in Gou...
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
Gouluurs 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, £6 ioa to £7 per ton Wheat, 2s 2d to 2s 4d per bushel Sran, 8J&lt;1 to 9jd per bushel ' " Pollard, 9d to lod per bushel Oats, feed, 3s 3d Maize, 3s 3d to 3s 5d per bushel Hay, rack, £2 5s to £3 ; chaffing, £2 to £2 5s per ton Straw, 27s 6d to 30s per ton Barley, is od to 23 per bushel Potatoes, £$ to £6 10s per ton Onions, 10s to 17s per cwt Chaff, j£3 5s to £3 12s 6d per ton Bacon, 7d to 7id per lb Hams, Hid to Qd per lb Butter, dairy-made, 7d to 8d per lb; factory made ordinary,$d ; creamcry, lod Lard, 7d to8d; none offering Eggs, 6jd to 8d per dozen Hides, 3id to 3|d per lb Sheepskins, merino*, from 4d to 5d per lb, and crossbred*, 2jd to 3$d Tattow, £17 to £i$ per ton in shipping condition ; broken package?, £15 to £16 Wattle bark £^ hickory /i ics per ton Cheese (colonial), 7d to 7|d per 11...
SYDNEY STOCK SALES. HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
SYDNEY STOCK SALHS. HoMisnusir, Monday. Sheep.—There were 16,291 sheep iiiul Iambs penned, the quality, being fairly good, but with heavy prime sorts again scarce, while ewes were plenti ful, with odd lines.of shorn sheep in cluded. Competition for the better class of sheep was brisk, and values showed little alteration 011 the rates ruling last Thursday. The lower sorts, however, were not in sticli\good request, and sold at slightly reduced rates. Best x\v madefrom' 15s 6d, good 14s to 145 6d, medium from lis 6d. Best xe from 14s 6d, good 13s to 13 6cl, medium from 12s; Best merino wethers from 16s 6d, extra 17s 6d, good 15s to 15s 6d, medium from 13s.. Best merino ewes from 13s, extra .14s sd, good iis.to 11s 6d, medium from 9s 6d. Best shorn merino wethers to us 9d, and ewes to 10s. Cattlo.—Tharo ware 778 cattle yarded, tho quality being lower than usual, with cows scarce. Tho market was a very good one, all qualities meet ing with brisk competition at a marked improvement on the...
THE TARIFF DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
THE TARIFF DEBATE. The Treasurer: The hon. momber for Richmond had said that the interests of Now South Wales had not been con sidered. If he (the treasurer) were speaking as a Victorian and not as an Australian—(cheers)—he would at once have said that the interests of Victoria had not been considered to the estent they ought to have been, (Hear, hear, and opposition laughter.) Mr. J. Cook (N.8.W.): Good hoavons! Do you want it all ? Tho Treasurer thought not. Tiio protection had been largely reduced in many items, and in addition necessity Imd compelled them to put duties on certain materials. Ho instanced tho duty on material for sliirt making, which under tho Victorian tariff had been 85 por cent., but which had now been reduced to 25 per cent., with 20 per cent, on tho raw material. How over, he hoped that the tariff would be passed almost unaltored—(cheers)—for the sake of all parts of tho common wealth. It ought to be permanent— (cheers)—for at least 100 years. (Laughter.) Mr....
Two Desperate Criminals. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
Two Desperate Criminals. Adelaide,'Monday.—An outrage of a sensational character occured early this morning at Norwood. Although the official information is very meagre, from the facts which has e come to light it transpires that a young man, E. H. Dudley, resident librarian, of Nor wood Institute, was bound, gagged, tortured, and robbed by two desperate criminals. It seems that Dudley, hearing un usual noises, proceeded to ascertain the cause, when he was confronted by two men. One of them rushed at him with a rope, and he was quickly bound hand and foot, and gagged with a handker chief. The men then secured the cash-box, which only contained a small sum. Dudley, who is about to get married, withdrew £105 from the Savings Bank on Saturday in order to furnish His house. It is thought that the robbers must have had knowledge of the withdrawal of this money, for they asked hiin " Where is Ihe gold?" Dudley for some time refused the information, when they dsliberately Bet to work to ex...
Cable News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
Cable News. London, Monday. A Boot named Lowis hat boon shot, alter trial mid conviction, at Potchef etroom, for complicity in the murder o£ | . two surrendered British soldiers and of Kaffirs. Tho Canadian Scouta, after a sharp fight, captured a laagor, tog-other with I flevoral Boors, food, and ammunition, to the north-west of Balmoral. Last Friday tho local force success fully engaged tho Boor invaders oast ward of Vryburg from dawn to noon. Several hundred Boers abovo Baba aanga are reported to bo in a starving condition, iho country being denuded of provisions. Commandant Fouelie proclaims that natives from farms who ai\i not pro vided with passes from th -;r mastors trill on apprehension bo shot as spies. It is officially denied in Ph.-is and St. Petersburg that Iiussiu contemplates putting a loan of X25,000,000 on the murkot. Santos Duniont mude two ascents in hia airship from tlio Tare ProstatiqUo, Bud sailed round the lOift'ol "Cover at a height of.250 metres. Though ho fai...
THE MOTION OF CENSURE. A Ballarat Opinion. (From the "Indicator.") [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
THE MOTION OF CENSURE. A Ballarat Opinion. (From the "Indicator.") The photograph o£ a duckbill platypus would exhibit more backbone than Reid's want of confidence speech. Puerile sentiment, almost to the verge of semi-imbecility, was ladled out like dish-washings from a sixpenny restau rant. Occasionally an underdone Slice of venom was distastefully served up under the serviette of alleged favoured manufacturing firms in Vic toria. The Speaker had at length to repeatedly cheek his waterspout oratory, and insist on personal expres sions being withdrawn when lie em ployed such synonyms as " con foundedly inaccurate " when brought to task for stating in effect that another member had been guilty of untruth. Mr. Substudy Couroy, as usual, gave vent to idiolic interruptions during Prime Minister Barton's reply—Reid chipping in " mongrel tariff'' and other expressions well significant of the calibre of that pedagogue in political duplicity. King O'Malley brought in a well-barbed home-thr...
Romance in High Life. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
Romance in High Life. London, Tuesday.—At tho instance of Lady Francis Cecil, daughter of the late Sic William Ounliffe Brooks, and daughter-in-law of tho third Marquis of Exeter, an injunction was issued for bidding the marriage of her Becond son, tho Hon. Richard William Francis Ceoil, and Mies Jessie Bain, daughter of a Belfast stockbroker. The banns of marriage were published in Edinburgh, and Lord Juolioo Balfour refused to endorse & Chancery writ for the intending bridegroom's arrest on a charge of disobedience. The wedding took place yesterday in Edinburgh, the bridal couplo being heartily oheered by an assembled crowd. Young Ur. Cecil states that he will spond his honeymoon in England, whore he intonds to boldly surrender to the Lord Chancellor (Lord Halsbury) to day, Mr. Ccoil enjoys an income of £8000 per annum, and is entitled, when 21 years of ago, to £50,000, and when 25 to £500,000, from the estate of his latQ grandfather, Sir William Cunliflo Brooks. Tho Hon. ...
Lost in the Bush. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901
Lost in the Bush. Pictox, Tuesday.—Mrs. Best, 70 years of age, wandered away from her home on Sunday last; and although the policc and civilians have made diligent search, no trace of the missing woman could be found till late this evening, when sundry articles of clothing . were discovered by Senior-constable Lucas, I about six miles from her home. On Sunday j afternoon the woman was seen at Douglas ' Park, where she obtained a drink of water. [The weather since Sunday has been showery, .-yid it is feared that she will have succumbed to cold and exposure. .TUc^Jwoman was somewhat childish in . her habits, which ac counts Tor. her disappearing in sfich a manner. The policc intend p^osccutmg•^T^c', search to morrow. ' 1 1