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Telephonic Communication at Goulburn Fire Station. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
Telephonic Communication at Ooulburn Fire Station. TiiE'Postmastcr General has declined to com- i ply with a request, sent to him by the Goul burn'Fire Brigades Board through Mr. Con-i roy M.P., asking that the charges on tele-1 phones and lire alarms for Goulburn Fire! Station be reduced) and that the same con cession as given to the Goulburn Hospital, a reduction from £8 to £3,be extended to the; Fire Brigades Board. In forwarding the1 reply, Mr. Conroy. says the request seemed reasonable to him and in the public interest. He would therefore be glad to renew the request at a more favourable opportunity.
Painful Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
Painful Accident. A little daughter of Mr. A. Herbert, about 4 years old, met with a very painful accident on Thursday afternoon. It appears Hint in company with some companions the child was playing with a mangle, and one of the i children in turning the handle crushed the little one's fingers between the rollers, the top of the middle finger being dragged off. | Dr. Handcock did what was necessary for the • little sufferer. j
Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, OCT. 25, 1901. GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, OCT. 25, 1901. GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. The regular meeting was held on Thursday night when a full council was present.! The finance reports recommending pay ments on general account of ^92 12s 9d and water account £59 9s were adopted. v WATER ENGINEER'S REPORT. The Water Engineer reported that Mon day's storm had made the water in the river very turbid, and he stopped the pump to give what time he could for settling before sending any on to the settling tank.—Adopted. work's committee. At a meeting of the above held on October 43ori._.orcsent-the. Havoc..£nd Aldermen, following recommendation was. made, " that a shed 60 feet long and 9 feet wids, be erected at the north side of cattle yards, to be covered with iron and boarded at western end with kardwood weatherboards."—Adopted. It was carried that specifications be prepared and tenders called for the work. arrears of rates. Iu reply to questions by Alderman O'Brien it was stated that the number of ratepaye...
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
QOULBURN POLICE COURT. Befohe Uossrs. A. A. Kerr, A. c. Harrelt, and J. Knowlniaii, J's.P. * Stephen'' Edward Wiseman, 14, was charged with illegally using a horse, the property, of Thomas Wiseman, his uncle. He pleaded* guilty, and was ordered to be. sent .to the. Carpcnt,irian reformatory for two years, his mother, who was present, • cxprcs-. sing a wish to that effect. Three previous1 charges were„on record agaihst the boy fori larceny. ' j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXVIII (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
Love's Triumph. •'.CHAPTER XXVIII (Continued). • " You needn't," lie told her. " I come to see you, not your father. He and me aren't the good friends we used to be. Set by the ears by a woman's fickleness—eh, beauty ?" " Nothing I may do or say should make you indifferent to an old acquain tance, especially when he is in trouble. Papa will aways be glad to see you I know," she went on in the same con ciliating strain. " He finds the days ! very long now he is in such low spirits, and I am quite unequal to the strain upon my nerves of amusing him. What we should have done without Miss. Moyle I cannot tell. But you do not know our little friend do you ?" " I know you well enough to be pretty certain that you wouldn't be so civil to me if you hadn't something to gain by it," he retorted, rudely. ■' " You forget what I have just gone through," she sighed, " and sorrow softens one's heart even towards one's enemies. I never thought you would have, been mine, Steve 1" He coughed doubtful...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
■ The WHITE "HORSE HOTEL, Auburn-street, GOULBUKN. First-class Commercial & Family •, Hotel. Moderate Charges. T.W.Jacob, Proprietor. JR. % E. DWYER, ■ ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & , ■ PROCTOR, Co'M>IJSSl"[>Nl!H l-ul! Al'l'IDAVlTS, JI0NTHGOE « STREET .(nvei* Smuls' Sale.Yards), G^Oi^ t B -O J? N. VISITS GUXNINU KIK8T FRIDAY ' " OK BVEKY jilbXI H. Agent for imperial. Fire Insurance Co. Limited.
New Zealand and the Federal Tariff. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
New Zealand and the Federal Tariff. A correspondent writes from N.2. The Federal Tariff is already engaging the serious attention of politicians, .commercial men and the newspapers from one end of New-Zealand to the other. In fact, the colony is only now waking up to the importance of her connection with the Commonwealth. The New Zealand press agent in Sydney has cabled that the object of making the agricultural tariff so high was undoubtedly to kill the New-Zea land trade, and thus to bring the colony up with a sharp turn to the realisation ofwhatithas lost. Whether or not this is an accurate statement of the case, it is the opinion generally held here, and, on looking into the returns of our trade with Australia, it is apparent that, in this respect, we shall certainly lose a good deal in con sequence of our remaining outside, the Commonwealth. In many cases' the duties are regarded as absolutejy pro hibitive and likely to kill our produce trade to the Commonwealth. The latest lig...
CHAPTER XXIX. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
CHAPTER XXIX. When next Selby Arden oamo to Chialehurst he mot with a reception that surprised him. Lavinia was cold and sullen, eyeing him distrustfully when ho endeavoured to coax her into a more placablo mood, and harping on the subject of tho lost ring. " It is so strange that you will neither give it to me nor toll mo what you have done with it!" sho complained. "It is more than etraugo, it is inexplic able." " It might bo if I woro doliborately withdolding an explanation; but if you ask what I cannot answor, is it kind to blnmo mo for it ?" Lavinia looked more dissatisfied than beforo. "If you gavo it away, why not avow it? I liato to bo treated as if I could not bo (rusted!" . " You novev shall bo, by mo," ho assured her, with an oamestnoss that ought to havo dispollod her doubts; but tho turned from him frotfully, doclaring that mero words, idlo word3, wcro not convincing. Sho must have tho ring, and thon sho should bo satis fied that ho was not deceiving her, (To be continu...
"Comin' thre' the Rye." [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
" Cojnin' tliro' the Rye." Miss nolen Matliors, flie author of " C'omin' tbro' tho J?yo," holds the record among novelists (lays tho " Slato") for a bonk which J;n i enjoyed [tho larfiC3t number of oditions, and Ijnon tho most widely id. Mr. TJioman Ilnrdy onto said t.iftt thoro wero at least two English bo >'rs to be found in ovory pnrt of t io world, namely, "Comra' thro' the ,'Hyo" and tho Bible. This is porfoet'.y tme, as Miss Mathora' novel lias, duv'.g tho last two decades, passed into' alu.oat num berless editions, and lias boon translated into ovory European linguae, ovon into Banecript, "Oomin' inro' the Bye" wao written when ehv was unite a young girl, much to tlie amusement of hor relatives. When it was completed alio sont it to Mr. Bontloy, the pub lisher, who accepted it, offering hor either £30 for the copyright or a half share, of the profits. Alas! for Mies Mathers. Had alio known that lier book -was to be a gold mine she would haw accepted tho lattor alternative ...
Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Friday. Tns Assembly eat all night discussing the estimates of tne Publlo Works and the Labor Bureau* There were no reductions made. House adjourned at.9 this morning. A"Sydney dotectivp, who arrived at Quoan beyaii this morning, considers that prisoner in custody for tho outrago there, anawors a pub lished description of tho man who committed tho Bomsays. Bush .Outrage. . LONDON, Thursday. Owing to-the Southern 8tatcs dcnonncing Mr. Roosevelt for entertaining the Negro, Mr. Hooker, the President of the University of Tuskageta, numbers of citizens in the Northern States ate inviting Mr. Booker to their houses. Mr. Duke, leader of American tobacco trust, declares that the trust is willing to lose one million sterling to capture the English tobacco trade. The Liverpool Shipowners' Association has asked Mr. Chamberlain (6 request tlic Com monwealth Government not to legislate with regard to British shipping until shipowners have had an opportunity of expressin...
The Industrial Arbitration Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
The Industrial Arbitration 'I'll J. Legislative Council, a few minutes after its meeting on Wednesday, re sumed consideration in committee of !lhe Industrial Arbitration Bill, begin ning at clause xC, which was passed without amendment. In the fucceeding clause, which provides for the reference of ail industrial dispute to a court, a debate took place on the question whether the President of that tribunal should be a Supreme Court or a Dis trict Court Judge, and in the end an amendment was carried omitting the words " District Court Judge " from the clause. Clause 18 was also amended by providing that the members of the court, except the President, should not be eligible for reappointment after they had served three years. Clause 24, which pro vides for the appointment of a board of reference, was negatived, as were also the succeeding clauses bearing upon the same object. A considerable | amount of discussion took placo on clause 81 on the point whether the Attorney-General should ...
THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Programme of Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Programme of Matches. November 9-13.—South Australia (No. 1), at Adelaide. November 15*19.—'Victoria (No. 1), at Mel 1 bourne. November 22?2/.—New South Wales (No, 1), at Sydney. November 29-30.—Albion C.C. 18, at West Maitland. December 2-3.—Northern District Club 18; at Glen 1 lines.-. December.—Vacant (probably Arinidalc and Newcastle,). - December 13-18.—No. 1 Test Match, at Sydney, December 20-21.—Goulburn 18. December 26-28,—Bendigo Unilcd C.C. i.8, at Benditfo. January 1-6.—No, 2 Test Match, at Melbourne' January S-o.—Stawcll C.C. 18, at Stawell. January 10-11.—Ballarat C.C. "j8, at Ballarat. January 1C-20.—No. 3 Test Match, at Ade laide. . fanuary 24-27.—Country Team,-at Melbourne. January 31, February 5.—New .South Wales (No. 2), at Sydney. February.—Vacant (probably Bathurst or Wollotigong). February 14-19.—No. 4 Test Match, :il Sydney,. February 22'26.—Victoria (No. 2), at Mel-' bourne. March 1-5.—No. 5 Test Match, at Melbourne, March n-12.—Broken ...
The Celebrated Racehorse—Whisker. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
The Celebrated Racehorse Whisker. The Black Springs correspondent of the " Lithgow Mercury " supplies the following :—I had sent to me, a day or two ago, one of the shoes (racing plate) worn by Whisker, the celebrated race horse, in his last race for the Sydney I Cup in October, 1835—now 66 years I ago. Whisker was imported by the late Henry Bayley, of Bayley Park, in 1830, and was got by English Whisker and was a brother to the noted English Whalebone. Whisker had a very suc cessful career o£ racing all the time he was 111 this country, and I do notrecol lect that he was ever beaten. When lie won his last race Mr. Bayley was offered twelve hundred golden guineas for him 011 the spot, but that gentleman refused the offer, and it is thought that he would not have taken twice that sum for him. Unfortunately, this fine horse was found dead in hi3 box a | morning or two afterwards. Mr. Bay ley got a grave dug, and buried the remains, and there they were for nearly sixty years; until Bay...
Messrs. Sleath and Affleck. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
Messrs. Sleath and Affleck. The following breeze occurred be tween the members forWilcannia and Yass during the discussion on the esti mates Mr. Affleck said that when he made his firsTproposition for a reductionhe stated he was not in fnvour of reducing any salaries under £400. lie did not agree with the remarks of the lion, member for Wilcannia about touching a salary of £250. That lion, gentleman was in favour of a working man receiving 7s a day, and yet wanted to reducc the salary of a civil servant from £250 to ^225, He would vote against the reduction of any salary under /400. Air. Slcath said that the lion, member for Yass had used Scotch logic in saying that the salary ot a man who got £400 ought not to be reduced, even if he was not worth 6d, whereas if a man received a salary of £1000 it must be cut down. The lion, gentleman's logic was that every public servant, no matter whether he was the messenger-boy or the head of a department, ..should practically, ; receive thtt sa...
COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
COMING EVENTS. Towrang Church Ball, Oct, 30. -:";1 Crookwell (St. Mary's) Annual Social, Novem ber 9, . .' • Tarago Picnia Kaces, December 7. . * JUNIOR CRICKET. ' Oct. 26 and'Nov. 2, Combined School v. Cuc koo, on Iatter's wickct. Nov. 9 and 16, Kind's College v. Combined Schools, College wicket * Nov. 23 and 30, King's College v. Cuckoo, College wicket.
Crookwell News. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
Crookwell News. IFroin our Correspondent.) A veky pretty wedding took place at the local Presbyterian Church on Wednesday! the contracting parties being Miss C, E. McDonald, eldest daughter of Mr. George McDonald, of the Central Stores, and Mr. W, M. Sutherland, of Sydney. The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion, and the Wedding March was played by Uiss M, Harvey as the bridal party entered the church, The bride looked charming and carricd a beautiful shower bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were Miss McDonald, Miss F. McDonald, and Miss Nt Vaughan, of Annandale, Sydney. They each wore handsome gold brooches and carried I shower bouquets, also the gifts of the bride groom. After the ceremony the party ad« journcd to the residence of Mr. G. McDonald, father of the bride, where a sumptuous repast awaited them. The usual toasts, appropriate to the occasion, were duly honoured, and the newly-married couple left for Sans Solid, | where they intend to spen...
Construction of a Dredge. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 25 October 1901
Construction of a Dredge. In the ease of Cutlen and others against the Shoalhaven River Gold Dredging Co, an ap plication was made on Wednesday to the Chief Justice, Mr, Justicc Stephen, and Mr. , Justice Owen, on behalf of the defendant. . company, (or a rule nisi for a new trial. The jury had returned a verdict for the plaintiffs '0 mr!"n 111m111vla mid Mr. T-ovcri icr (inRtrilci^d : by Mr. J. A. Doyle) appeared for the defen* dant company in support of the application, which was based mainly on the grounds that . the verdict was against evidence, and that certain evidence In reply, had been wrongly admitted. The action was brought by the plaintiffs to recover for work done oy them as consulting engineers, they having been employed by the company to supervise the construction of a drudge. Besides commission, they sued for travelling expenses, and for commission for procuring stores and other materials for the company. The company pleaded payment into court of £5, the claim being f...