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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

Wanted," ;• A MARRIED MAN accustumcd to Farm Work. Apply personally, Y -* "■ . ' . D, KENNY,.; .. •' y'/, V; Mummcll. i WflNCTEO, : iA '^Odb GENERAL SERVANT, apply ***• personally or by leder at oncts to Mks. T, J. Frost, Victoria Hotel, JJungonia. Wanted to Purchase for 6ash, A STEAM BOILER, 'in^gbod order, from I 12 to 30 horse power. | State particulars. . JAMES DONOHOE, ♦ r .^Goulburn. FOR SHLE^ A THOROUGHBRED FOX TER RIER, son of a noted prize-taker.— | Apply Ol'l'lCK 01' THIS t'Al'lvli. Cottage to Let," - 3 ROOMS and Kitchen, water laid on. T. . HUXTAlifcE,, Graftomstrcet. -V V To Be Lei, > An and after 1st September/that Compact] Villft'lksidcnce, Gariieldjtiowoeeupied :by Mrs. McDou^il), standing in its own highly-improved Grounds of 3 J Acres. 1 .. . Apply JAS. GRAHAM, Market-street, . or.E^.GRAHAMj^Currawan^. AT BONDI, ~ . ^To-let, FURNISHED, for three months *** large House and Grounds,, with, .con -Scr.vatory, stabling, and all conveniences .including gas-stove in kit...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

Record Ball. A Cavalry Camp. " Soldiers day ou( August 8tlr. ■ . - . • Captain \Vr:iY .welcomed home last night., •After the txmcbmfcs the feeling thKthumbs. • Several trains •wrecked last:night—at .the ball. . ; ....... Band Sergeant Joties conducted (he first six Itims at tile ball: BaiUtsitlatf' Floyd Iht rest. |. . A.cabk'gt;ii>> states thatCnrdinal Logoe has threatened to" excommunicato' some'aaiooh" .keepers atclilaekvock/.near : D.ubliKy • Mid Dundajk, County Lonthjior allowingdandng: oil Sunday3.\ • . ■ • - , ■ The Woman's Franchise Bill was'introl duced ,in the Assembly by tl)<j.Rremija;..c)i> Thursday. The 1)111 was read a.first limc and [the second reading fixed" for'Wednesday HeXt. .... ■ • ... • Kubber.4 made a tunnul J5P f(,.inicnK((t from the shore lo tile strougrohfu of thif Selby Smelling Works, VaIlcjn,'CalUbtniii>and removed bar yrJU.valued at £70,0001. They escaped in a boat' and slrewedme'traifs 'bit (lie shore where they had landed :wUli....

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Collapse of a Hotel Balcony. QUIRINDI, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

Collapse of a Hotel' Balcony. '. • *OUI HINDI, Tburadav. A TjyuiiJiLK amdont occurred tp-dght a&ou$ hulf«panl fi. Tho imperial Hotel baldcmy QuUttprod with 160 polupuoplo on it, Mr* He Donald. president ol the club, had just flnlfihacl present!!)# tho prtiea to tho witihcra "of ih» gyuiVimn events, and was uhotifc to.present tb* cup to the Wcutnhibali toum, vlieu the balcony began to stvny, aud beforo any attempt cattfj hi) wade to c:«:up& the structure collapsed,. -: An awful mhuio followed, Beans,.raftera, galvimNed' Iron, nud railing became inter miutflul with luoii aud women, and the whplq full to tho ground >vith a tromefidoua. crash. In a few minutes huudrcda of wilting h&iidA rushed tu tho rescue* Wotmdod woman,®** men woro pulled out .of tho wreck andfiarrledl tenderly iuto tho hotel, wherb tho th*» local medical men aud tfr.- Scott, of Scodq, •iteodir^l to their iujuncts. The hotel; which a few minutes befdre.ttat! been a settle of gaiety, was in ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Marulan School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

Marulan School of Arts. Tub atinit-.il mediiiK-of lliu School of Arls. was lield ;m Tuesday, Till- otliturs eTcctccI were : l atmii, T.Ruse, M.L.A.;. president, N. J.- Scoullcr; viccprcsulcnts, Kcv. A. R, .Shane, u. Ciiiiiimgliaiii, \V, Ross'-; .secretary >v: ti-casiirtr, J. I. l-ursylli; libjar'

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RETURNED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

RETURNED SOLDIERS. r C.u tain K. M. W hay, of the ;Bushfrtcn'a Contingeilt, returned to Goulburn la»t night after an absence on active servicc of "about sixteen months. The captain, who left here as a lieutenant, looks very well,* aiid says he is alright but for a wounded leg,. Which ■}» giving him a little trouble still. Trooper W; II. Verremler, of the'same corps, arrived in Goulburn yesterday looklnS anything but well, after a stiff fight with enteric fever and a broken leg. He hafl the misfortune to. be thrown from his'tior£6 between Artebeetfontein and KranatfonteHs teen during a ligct; in falling his leg hot caught in the wheel of a Vicars-maxim (port pom; gun and was broken in two places/. .. -

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT-GROWING AND MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

WHEAT-GROWING AND MANURE. Tub wheat growers of South Australia have, during the last foul- years, been successfully adopting one of several means of increasing the yield of their crops. It is one of the disadvantages of a dry climatc that the deliciency of moisture places a limit upon the use of fertilisers in agriculture. Until recently it was believed that in the dry wheat growing areas of Australia, no manure at all coulcl be advantageously em ployed. But experiments carried out by Professor Lowrie, and practical re sults obtained by many farmers, have demonstrated the error of this conclu sion. It lias been found that, while the heavy dressings and the nitro genous constituents suitable in more moist climates are not effective, com paratively small quantities of plios phatic manures, properly applied, arc sufficiently beneficial to be profitable. It appears that the small dressing is applied, not to the wliols of the soil, but, by means of the seed drill, to the immediate vicini...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HARE DRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

HARE DRIVE. A half day's drive aims Jiuld, at Mr. jp. HeTfcruan's on'Saturday afternoon. 15 drivers and 20 shooters-attended, andatbtal of 1I3 wallabies,., hares, and rabbits was. killed ; a heavier " kill" would have resulted' But for the slippery nature of' the ground; owing lb snqwi.preventingthe.drivers getting.over the ground. '0.'I'olc'y' \\\'is 'top' scorer with li, •closely follaWed .by Messrs/Covts,'O'Neill, aiid ,II. \Vcl)b. It wasraunomiced that.adrivc Will tali I: plftce al'ltfr.'V. Hobiey's on Saturday next, - and on. Saturday week .at. Mp.-H. Price's.. An exporter bought up all the hares atrSd.pfcr pair. ~ ■ ■

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Carpet Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

The Carpet Industry. It is said that ninety per oent. of the oarpets made in the world are manu factured in the United States, and nearly 60 per cent, of those are turned out in the milta of .Kensington, Phila delphia. In 1896 there were 144 carpet mills in.. Pennsylvania, .and. the aggre gate value ot their product exceeded £5,000,000. Nearly 14,000 handB were employed, and wages amounting to over £1,200,000 were paid. Materials amounting in value to nearly £3,000,000 wero consumed. Of these amounts, Kensington turned out £4,200,000 worth of goods, employed nearly 12,000 persons, paid in wages over £000,000, and consumed matorial valued at nearly £2,500,000. This is the direct result of protection.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. Saviour's Parish. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

St. Saviour's Parish Rkv. Frauds Vuy, late Curate .irW.iEiWhte been appointed curate.. /or. ,thc. parish -of St. Saviour's, and has arrived in Goulburn. • ■ ■ • !

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Cable News. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

Cable News. LONDON, Wednesday. The body of the late Empress Dowager1 Frederick has been embalmed. It is hidden under a mass of roses. The features show traces of the deepest suffering. There are splendid tributes in the French press to the qualities of the late Empress, Messages of condolence from every part of the world have been sent to King Edward and the Emperor Wil liam. Loyalists in Cape Colony urge that the marauding bands of Boers should be declared outlaws. : The House of Commons has voted .£6,500,000 as a grant in aid for the new colonies in South Africa. Mr. Chamberlain declares that the lirst duty of the British government in South Africa is to help its friends. Energetic action Was therefore being taken on behalf of loyal refugees and the re-settlement of farmersi Lord Kitchener reports that during last week 48 Boers were killed, 19 wounded, and aao made prisoners. Besides, 57 surrendered, and a pom pom, 141 rifles and large quantities'of ammunition, waggons, horees, an...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIDAY, AUG. 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

Friday, Auo. otm. Before the PiM. aitd Mr. Kerr. •• vm/J . Oi)u defendant for having been (trunk,was discharged; "' ' • • '' ~ Thomas Ran for having .becn.drunk-abd resisted .a constable was .lined. 10s for'oach offen'ce. « • Florence Ada Blears, charged with:being of unsound mind, was discharged 011 the recom mendation of Dr. McKillop, '' >:i '■' Patrick Mnli'ooncy oh a .similar chargcuftfs remanded for a week for medical trptment,

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

. Jtoudjtn pa® snoiands am jo eJBMaq pn« pirejq S(.LNLQH IVNIOIHO snr.T. HiBijqoInoit 9jns ©Ul uo i89q nm «q t; peHtupv {[{nmtati t] pn» «amn P ;id| oq; poojs eoq 'ujnqinoo^c Ajuo pejnjoBjnuew q qopia'AINO USOMOd ON1>t"fl 1 wnH IVNIOIttO 3HJ.1©S*«W*w»»*«o»rn«i®tt*I«p«Jxoq»pwi«amd<fno JJ«n ao!l°*3 09 wis^p ioq) 'ojniovjnnvaz Jjeqi jo aepnoj Sapisg sir jjo pmcd Sof*q »n u«p«od lappa jopsjm Hsa/AOci omissus Mana-moD waara azisa«i 1VNIE0UO S.1NDH jo«rajniacjnn»i5oq)joaSpa^oaior],o(«tno»Joint]lx 'NQULflVO ■Hnippnd v gaiquui ut oanouadxd }ug siq JO ^nsu 0!{l 90 psgtxioq st 'UBOMOd ON IX VS SuLNC1HIVNIOIHO 3HJL J° nil u ji|f'noqSap«i{Mo)Mpsswj m '|!rJd!ISqog -BKIOUVJLIBH JO 3UV«aa-4tf LftKE & STEWART, Clinton-street, Gonlbnrn, Steam Manufacturers of Waggons, Vans, Drays, Spring* v Carts, and Sulkies. WE KEEP the LARGEST STOCK out of Sydney of ABSOLUTELY DRY TIMBER, without which no Vehicle can be faithfully Built. The Works of the Finn are the LARGEST in the SOUTHERN ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 8. BEFORE the P.M. and Mr. C. H. Roberts. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. *—- • .i. a Thuhsday, August 8; • . '/■ Bkforb the P.M. and Mr. C. H. Roberts.'''' Joseph Maharty was fined 5/- or seven days for being drunk, and io/- or seven days for resisting*- constable ill thctWUUtttSlfSf his duty..., -r-i-f

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

DIRECTORY. WAHE THE SIMPSON CO., Oil, Color, and Lead Merchants, 269 Auburn-street. SAM BAILEY, Verner-street, Stove and Oven Maker and General Agricultural Black smith. • T. j. BUCK, lloiuc, L:yul, and Commission Agent, Sloane-street, Goulburn. Rents and Debts Collected. LAKE'S LIVERY STAHLES,' Clifford-si. Goulburn. Vehicles of every description always on hire. 4 W. R. McLEANY 17S Auburn-street, Goul • burn, Huise Shoer and General.Black smith, Agricultural andTarm Implement Maker. Repairs promptly executed ; . Horse-shoeing a speciality. AYL1NG & PRY1CE, Stock, Station, House Land, and General •Commission Agents Herald Chambers (opposite Post & Tele • • > graph OMcc), Auburn street, Gmilburn. J. TURNER, Goulburn Marble Works, Ver ner-street.' Lowest, Prices. Designs posted free on apylieation. BERGMARK, O. (First Honors in Examina tion N.S.W.), Chemist and Druggist, Auburn-street, Goulburn. ' ;'e; L. MATHEW, Chemist and iDentist, Auburn-street, Golburn, opposit...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

' 'SYtiNEY, Friday afWrnbon. A peculiar, accident hapnqned attfycjonc tioii of Elizabeth and Wexford streets to-day. While some men, employed by the Electric Telegraph Department, were carrying a wire across Elizabeth-street, it came Into contacl vvith the overhead trolly wire of the tramjvay. An explosion of some magnitude resulted.'• A iiorse attached to a passing cab was struck on i the chest and thrown down. -. Another human skull has been found in the debris at Hordornla iire.. •' Further inquiries, regarding the. Quirincll disaster show that Miss McDonald, of Armidale, is niuqh injured ;/Dr. Scott,, of Scone, not seriously, and Mrs., Scott,, of Scone, leg broken. *' *- LONDON; TfnirsdayA'fterriooh ~ .rThe/'Dritish 'casualties in South.Afrfca'for July wereKilled;in action, 120j dledof founds, 45,;..9f. disease, J90kby. .accidents, it;; missing or captured, 67,: invalided homej mg./Kroiij the commencement ofi .Hjc war till the end of July, the deaths were—17,103, missing 566, di...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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"A Stream That Once a Garden Graced." [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

" A Stream That Once a Garden Graced." A stream that once a garden graced, Withbanks of moss and fern, Where childhood's happy hours were passed, In blissful unconcern. Where swallows with the light of spring Within their merry eyes, Winged their glancing way a-down The a2ure-tinted skies. The stream that once a garden graced, No longer ripples there; The mossy banks that once were green, Are withered now and bare. The children e'en vyho played around, Have faded, too, away ; And sorrow-laden light has ta'cn The place of blissful da£ And, lo! upon the wings of time, Are voices borne, that say: " All, all, that joyous is, on earth, Must surely pass away. " Twilight."

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

"6LAREM0NT," Bourke-st., QOULBURN, Opposite Church Hall, 3 Minutes' from P.O. and Government Offices, Affords exceptional opportunities to those seeking SUPERIOR BOARD AND RESIDENCE • And a Rcfincb Home. Excellent Cuisine. Terms Moderate. Good Stabling and Coach House. IR. W. E." DWTER, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & • PROCTOR, ' Commissioner for"" Affidavits, MONTAGUE * STREET (over Sands' Sjilc Yards), G.0DLBOR^ VISITS GUNNING fiiist FRIDAY OK EVERY MONTH. Agent for Imperial Fire Insurance Co. Limited.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Old Age Pensions in Austria. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

Old Age Pensions in Austria. The Austrian Government 1ms intro duced a measure for rendering insur ance against sickness, old age, and want of employment compulsory on the part of all persons in private ser vice. This is defined as including those who receive a minimum monthly salary of £2 is 8d. A scale of pen sions for themselves and their widows, bearing a definite relation to the salaries they have been accustomed to earn will be fixed by the act, and the fund out of which such pensions will be paid is to be derived from two sources —an assessment on the earnings of those who are to benefit by it, and a fixed premium to be exacted from the employers. Broadly speaking, the former would have to pay from 378 to 475 Per cent, of their salaries, ana the latter about 10 per cent, upon the money thus disbursed. The great majority of those who will be more immediately affected by the change are in favor of it; but it will meet with opposition from a number of employers, by whom- the pre...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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FOR THE LADIES. FROM OUR LADY CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

FOR THE LADIES. Fkom otm Lady Cobbespondent. I hear from Melbourne ttjat Lady Hopetoun is ^looking splendid, so bright and well; but that Lord Hope toun still continues very weak though he is gradually picking up. Our poor Governor-General really hasn't had a show to get strong since the bad attack I of illness that he had in India. The commonwealth celebrations coming I directly on top of his landing here, and then the worry and excitement of a visit from royalty, not to mention the { immense amount of responsibility which hung on those thin shoulders and the weariness of wearing that per petual, though charming smile, were bound to be too much even for a man In robust health, which Lord Hope toun certainly was not. Did you ever heat that he owed his life to a most Successful Cesarean operation " so tha ht a manner of speaking" as my in formant hath it« his fragile but plucky lordship was never born at all." Last news from the old country says Ibat J/3dy and Miss Darley are in Lond...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

COMMERCIAL. GOt;UU-RX.'Kn(|;iv. I Mr. O. VI. Fi'KSiiK reports a' medium supply of pfcs 011 Thursday, prineipallystores snd porker*. Porkers made to 25s; good stores, 12s Od to 15s ; suckers, Os fid. There was a large supply of poultry. Gobblers brought 7s fid to ios, the average being about OS 3d a pair; turkey hens, 4s 6d to 5s.3d 5 fowls, roosters 3s to 4s, bens 2f yd to 3s Od. chicks 2s; ducks, 3s to 4s. A line of fancy fowls brought 7s fid to 9s a pair.. Carcase pork, 3} to 4| per lb bacon, 5d to 6d; swede turnips, 4s 3a per owt.' Other vegetables sold at full market ratcU^ Messr*. Wood and Co.* reportSmall supply of, pigs 011 Tuesday; • lrnts, 27s 6d to 37s 6tl t porkers, 18s to 35s; stores/ los 6(1 to 14s ; sl-ps, 7s 6dlo-ios- fid ; .suckers, 4s fid to 7s. Poultry were "in good'snppjv, and prices ruled as f.illow Ttsr-kcy*. !>csl gobblers to lis 6d : others 6s oil to 8s 6(1; turkey hens from 4s. 10 5<; fowl?-, roosters 2s yd to '3s (id ; hens 2s to 3s ; ducks, 2s...

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