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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901

COMMERCIAL. - GOULBURN STOCK MARKETS. At to-day's sales there was a small yarding of sheep, market firm.- Fat wethers, in the wool, 13/6 ; extra prime shorn crossbreds, 14/; stoic wethers in the wool, ii/<v crossbreds.. 8/6 ; ewes with lambSf 10/rt. About 400 cattle yarded ; chiefly young cows, not many fats. Market extremely high ; best stores 61/- to 75/ ; aged and shelly, soris 30/- to 42/; young cattlc, 30/- to 50/; springers £5 to £6. Fat cattlc—bullocks £7 16/-to £12 15/ ; cows £6 6/- to £7.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Alleged Assault at Marrickville. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901

Alleged Assault at Marrickville. Another story of an outrage was told to the Marrickville police on Friday afternoon by a girl, about 14 or 15 years of age, who stated that she had been the victim of a criminal assault by a man. All parties were extremely reticent in connection with the matter, but so far as could be ascertained it appears that the girl was found in a fit in the street by the police. Efforts were made "lo bring her round, but as her condition did not improve she was removd to the Prince Alfred Hos pital, Upon arrival at the institution she recovered, and made a statement to the cffcct that she had been assaulted. With the view of ascertaining the facts of the case she was taken into the city and examined by Dr. Palon, Government Medical Officer. The examination, however, failed to bear out the statement. The girl was then taken to her home. The pimcc i>rc investigating the piitttr,

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901

PITHY PARS. Dust, oh! Fiscal froth. " Truth" on politicians. Scalp money stopped. Business improving in Gouiburn. _ Long service* medals at last. Auctioneers dissatisfied with sheep sale* yards. A fiscal referendum to settle (he tariff is proposed. John Norton is cited to appear before par- j liamcnt. j Will some one please send in specimen copy of a tariff that will please everybody ? ( Sydney is making an all-round demand for more wages and less work. I A valuable buggy horse belonging to Mc. I. Chiunery dropped dead at Bun gendorc immediately it was taken out of the buggy 011 Saturday. The horse had been bitten by a snake. Tho toll for passing tbo Suez Gaiial is 7s 2d a ton, with 8s a head for pas sengers, so that a 4000 ton steamship with 200 passengers would pay over £1500, In many parts of tho world tkero nro sacred iircs said to hnvo boon burning for upwards of a thousand years. Such is tbo sacrod £ro of Beherom, reputed to havo boon kindled twelve liundrod years ago in a tom...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Caulfield Cup Winners. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901

Caulfield Cup Winners. This following are the drawers of placed horses in Tatters;ill's consulta tion 011 the Caulfield Cup, fully sub scribed :—First, Hymettus, T. Doney, Purccll-street, Cliine$r.Victoria, £6750; second, Wakeful, A. Taylor, Peritland, via Charters Towers, Queensland, £2250 ; third, Flagship, M. Casseldine, Terminus-street, East London, South Africa, £1125. These amounts are net.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Pejar Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901

Pejar Cricket Club. The annual meeting of the above club was held on the 18th iust., Mr. John Roche presiding. The report and balance-sheet for last season were read by the secretary, and showed a balance of £3 (is id. Only a few matches were played during the season. Mr. W. F. Emery won Mr. W. J. Mortimer's trophy for the best batting average with 35-3 rims. Mr. Carey's trophy for the player taking the greatest number of catches during the season was won by Mr. C. Dooley. The same player was also successful in the bowling, but did not bowl in a sufficient number of matches, his brother, Will, being a close runner-up. The following officers were elected for the coming season :—President, Mr. E. C. Barbour; vice-presidents, Messrs. \V. J. Seary and G. C.O'Brien; secretary, Mr. F. Wetherspoon ; trea surer, Mr. C. Wooley; selection committee, Messrs. Glennie, J. White, J. Wetherspoon; general committee, Messrs. R. Sleep, T. Mortimer, J. McAleer, W. Dooley, and]. Broderick. The subscrip...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The case, Davis versus Button, for having sold a railway ticket to Queens land, was referred to the Full Court by Mr. Justice Cohen in chambers this morning. At Randwick, the National Ride Association meeting was con tinued to-day, Carter of Victoria is leading for King's prize wiih a total of 221; Colour-Sergeant Manley of Vic toria sccond with 218. LONDON, Tuesday. The Boors are said to be busily en gaged smuggling canon and ammuni tion into the Transvaal, through Portuguoso torritory. The supplies liavo boon sent from Europe, as General Botha deolared that thoy were Jndis pons&blo for the continuance of tlis struggle. Johannesburg correspondent of the Cologno " Gazette" commends the British Civil Administration in the Transvaal, and considors that the British army has accomplished every thing possible undor the circumstances in 8oulh Africa. No other army, he asserts, could liavo done, better. Mr. Copeland, Agent-General of New South W...

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Body Found in a Lagoon. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 October 1901

Body Found in a Lagoon. Bomhala, Monday.—'Word has just been received here from the Cathcart police station of a discovery this morn ing of the body of a man, much decom posed, in a lagoon known as Badgery's swamp. It is reported that the throat is cut from ear to ear,- Coroner Murphy has gone out to the scene of the discovery* (

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Cable News. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901

Cable News. London. Tuesday. The Boers in Holland declares that Commandant de Wet does n&t lack men, but arms and ammunition^ -The death sentence paired on Botha, one ..of the rebels in Com mandant Lottcr's force, has been commuted to penal servitude for life. Commandant Maritz and other Boer leaders are retiring to Bushmanland, in Cape Colony, where pursuit is difficult and water scarce. An Aberdeen correspondent has informed Mr. St. John Brodrick, Sec retary of State for War, that Scotland's loss in men during the South African war has been three times that of England's, and more than twice that of Ireland's. Mr. P. A. McHugh, M.P„ has been released from prison. He was driven from the gaol in the carriage of the Lord Mayor of Dublin, and afterwards addressed. a meeting of the United Irish League. Burglars dug a tunnel into a post office at Chicago, and stole coin and stamps to the value of 76,ooodol. The teller and the bookkeeper of •the Merchants' National Bank, Lowell (M...

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A Mother and Child Charred. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901

A: Mother and Child Charred. - A married woman anil her baby, aged 15 months, were burned to death in a bark house near Tallangatta (Victoria) on Wednesday night. Their bodies were charred. The woman's husband, Thomas Rollings, was absent in New South Wales. There were two beds in the room, two boys aged 8 and 4 and a newphew Richard Hudson, aged 10, oc cupying one, and the mother, the infant, and a daughter 2} years the other. Hudson bravely rescued'his two bedmates and also his cousin, and was returning to arouse his sleeping aunt when the burning ceiling fell, and the heroic lad had to retreat. A candle is supposed to have been left burning when the woman went to bed. tt has transpired that Sir Kedvers Buller refused to resign the command of the First Army Corps. He was unmoved when the news of his supercession was conveyed to him. There is much sympathy for him throughout England, and the tributes paid to his carecr by the newspapers are kindly and generous. The latest calculati...

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Dispute About Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901

Dispute About Rates. At the council meeting on Thursday night a letler was read from Mr. John Ford in which he complained that he had been asked to pay rates for which he held a receipt. The council clerk said thp receipt held by Mr. Ford was for the period ending February, iqoi, and was so made out ill mistake, as it should have been to August 1900. The amount in dispute was 14s nd. Legal pro ceedings had been threatened, and Mr. Ford asked to have the matter considered by the council, A motion was carried that the qucs tian be left for settlement by the court. We learn lhat the amount was paid to Ihe council's solicitor to-day.

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National Rifle Association. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901

National Rifle Association. At the National Klflo Association's meeting on Wednesday Mr. J. T* Lake, o! South Aus tralia, won tho King's Prize with an aggregate of 328 points out oi a possiblo 215. ilia prizo lor tbo aggregate was £35. A. Carter, Vlo., won second prizo oi Jt!S with 221, Trivato G. Waugh, Vlo., third of £16 with 220. Pte. 0. Morris, Goulburn, was ninth with 216 and won &1, Treas. Ingloton, Qoulburn, won £4 with »looro ot SOS. In section 2, flrst and scoond stages, Lieut. Fitzgerald, Qoulburn, 149, and pte. A. W. Ball, Qoulburn, 148, Won £2 each. Thursday was the moat important day of iho meeting, slnco the shooting concluded in " Tho Commonwealth " or ohamplon aggro inte, resulted in J. T. Lake fS.A.) tying with A. Carter (Vio.), with 258 points. Privates 0. Morris and A. W. Ball wcro amongst the suo cossful competitors in tho " Commonwealth," winning £4 and £! respectively, with scores of 288 and 232. In *' Tho Dangor," soven shotB tt 800 and 000 yards each,...

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The World's Entertainers. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901

The World's Entertainers. WHO will visit Goulburn during the approaching week, comewith such a splendid record, that they should command a big measure of support. Their first appearance In Sydney, at the Palace Theatre, brought together a house than which a more crowded had not been seen in that place of entertain ment, Much was expected from the com bination, and writes the "Evening News," there was not the slightest tinge of disappoint ment. The freshness, cleverness, and all round excellence of the performance form the subject of most flattering comment, and a decided treat should await those who will patronise the entertainers on Thursday night next.

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Remarkable Operation. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901

Remarkable Operation. Auoct eight months ago Miss Alice Till was severely burned at the resi dence of Mr. B. Bridger, Maclean, through :i tin of varnish that was heat ing on a stove catching fire and sett ing her clothing ahght. Some of her injuries were of auctions nature, and showed no indications of improve ment. She was recently taken in hand | by Dr. Throsby, who resolved to rc jsort to skin grafting to replace the shin that had been destroyed by seve ral of the burns on the patient's body. , Ten of Miss Till's friends agreed to , allow pieces of skin to be removed j from their arms to be grafted on the j patient. The operation .was performed ! by Dr. Throsby 011 Sunday. Six small ! pieces of skin were removed from each of the ten persons volunteering for the purpose, making 60 pieces in all. These I were successfully grafted 011 the burnt j surface, and, we learn, have united with it. Asa result of this operation, it is I expected the youug lady will quickly recover frohi the ...

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East Lynne in Real Life. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901

East Lyntte in Real Life. The famous plot of " East Lynne" has been brought right up to date at Ohio. In a certain family consisting of a husband, wife and daughters, there was employed a lady as governess. A cousin of hers came to visit her, and the wife and young man were so en amoured of one another that they eloped. The husband brought pro ceedings for a divorce, and when he got it proceeded to marry the gover ness. The eloping pair quarrelled and separated. A few years later the former wife met her husband by acci dent. Moved by pity for her forlorn condition, he engaged her to go back as governess to her daughter, and he lias just gone off on a pleasure trip with his present wife, leaving the former one in charge of home and child, A vote of £3000 lias been placed on the estimates for " expenses in connec tion with the federal capital sites." The Minister for Home Affairs ex plains'that portion of this money will be required to cover the cost of the grand parliamentary tour of...

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Gray's Starting Machine. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901

Gray's Starting Machine, j Mr. Grovenor, who wrote to the secretary of the'A.T.C. re above, is in receipt of a letter from Mr. Clibborn, in which he says " we have used the machinc for years, and Jiave found it a first-rate machine when properly worfcfed;"" He adds 'that he had sent the fetter on to> Mr. Gray, and asked him to visit Goulburn and rectify whatever faults the Gouiburn machine has.

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR I OCTOBER. By A. Lansdowxe, Seedsman, Goalbiun, Thf land is in good order for cropping and large sowings 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-j silage and carrots are a ;;ood held crop. We will have warmer weather, but frosts are still likely about middle of month, and good rains iu the latter part. The season is likely to be very stormy and thundery, and <11 stacks,! sheds, &c., shouldjbe made secure. I KITCHEN GA'RDEN. ' Sow pumpkins, melons, cucumbers,. marrows, tomatos, squashes, egg plant,; Cape goosberry, salads,-peas, parsnips, carrot, cabbage, rhubarb, herbs, beans, turnips, be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901

| A. DEAN'S Coacfibisildiflg Establishment, ■ AuiiURN & Bpadi.ey Srs., GOULBURN, Is Noted for tlie JJxccllencc of its Work, the Quality of the Material Used ■ and Moderate. Charges. We have a Mjpst Complete pud Modern Plant, and a Thoroughly Efficient ' <q- Staff of Mechanics. It ou want V^jfrels for a*Sulky, Wheels for a Buggy, Wheels Jor a Coach, Wheels''f&?a"':Cab; Wheels' for a^SpringiCiift;' of Wheels' for a'Dray, DE71M. pan fix you up in the best manner, as ho keeps a SPECIAL EXPERT for tiiis Class of Work. A Splendid ^Collection of SULKIES to pick from at from £9 upwards. Secondhand'Vehicles of every description Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. Repairs Satisfactorily and Quickly Executed. We have secured the sen-ices of First-class Painters and Trimmers from one of the Leading Shops in Sydney, and arc prepared to execute all Orders in that line in'tlie Most Modern Style. Our Blactemithing Business continues to Lead All Others. j A. DEAN eoach=bui!der and...

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Grand Continental. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901

Grand Continental. The programme for the continental in aid of the Goulburn and District South Afrioan Soldiers' Memorial Fund, whioh takes plaoo to-morrow night in the park, should prove very attractive. Several splendid selections will be given by tho 1st Australian Horse Baud and Australian Rifles Band, and at the stalls whioh will be provided choico refreshments, &o., oan bo obtained. Persons willing to assist on tho occasion are requested to give their names to Ms. E. A* Betts, hon. seo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901

PROSPECTUS OF Ik Werrisa Times Newspaper Company, Ltd,, (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, _£i5oo, divided into 300 Shares of £5 each, of which 200 are now offered to the publio-for subscription, payable £s 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 bo 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 abovenamcd 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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901

IT'S ALL MM!! Reputation cannot be stolen. When you see a man enjoying a certain reputation you may be sure that it belongs to him. Our' reputation for ' keeping faith with'the public as regaids QUALITY & PftlCE belongs to us absolutely ; it is not somebody else's, mislaid; it isn't a misfit. It sticks to us because it belongs to us, and we earned it by giving SATISFACTION, not Sentiments j FACTS not Fairy Tales. YOU WANT VALUES, not words. Therefore it is to your advantage to visit Tailoring Department. Our ^5/- Suit to measure, with Extra Pair Trousers Givui Away. Federal Clothing Auburit'Street. Materials ; JN Indigo Serges, Scrgerdtcs, and all Latest Patterns Summer Tweeds. Your Source of Supply for the Coining Spring, absolutely NEW GOODS and up-to-date in styles and finish, in ' Men's, Boys', Youtlisl, & Juvenile Clothing, Hats, Ties, Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, Collars^ Umbrellas, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, and Boots and Shoes. REMEMBER:—We eater only for Men's, B...

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