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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Have You Heard of Them ? Yob Most Certainly See Them I THE -PB ,Weld's Entertainers ; (POLITE VAUDEVILLE) '' WjLL' CERTAtNLY ArPEAR AT ■ Oddfellows' Hall, Thursday, October 31. Henry Lccand Jas..G. Rial '..Lessees 'Jas. H. Love General Manager. THE ENTERTAINERS ARE . No. I, HENRY LEE, in h'S marvellous creation entitled 11 Great,Men, Past and Present." 3. KELLY & ASHBY(.i S stctl by Miss ....Roberts] In tlieir oiijiral Comedy Acrobatic Act. 3. CHARLES R. SWEE", (lie Musical Burglar. 4. JOSEPHINE CASSJ:AN and her Louisianna Piccaninnics Sill and Irene 5. ARTHUR NELSTONE (assisted by Elsoe Forest), in his burlesque Absur dity. 6. ALLAN SHAW, Emperor of Coins. 7. THE TOBINS, Refined Musical Ex perts. 8. THE MAHR SISTERS, Premier Dancers. 9. FRANCES GWYNNE. with her illus trated songs. And 10. Edison's Latest Improved Machine— THE FROJECTOSCOFE. Prices of Admission;—Drc-ps Circla and Ucsct vcd Stalls, 5/; Stails, 3/; Pit, 1/; Early Doors, 7 to 7.30 p.m., 1 /- extra. Seals may be...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The Continental. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

The Continental. Satuiway night was, in every sense of tho woid, a most suitable one Tor the lioldine of the Continental organised with fh«» nhi<»/w t « . ng funds in aid of The Golur'n a^Dis! It was a" britfht';aniSoldicr3' Mc,norial Fund. • tigW,.calll,» a»d delightfully tern, p fate nigh, and the public came out in larifA aTcrmv,. ^ Gar^nVuVrc lifet homMirt visllors and for the three HQMts the rroweding lastctj-tliv place w« J scene of bustle and activity. The illumi nations by the-aid of Chinese lanterns, fairy lamps, Sc., were very attractive, and the stalls which were provided presented a most attractive appearance, the refresh-■ mcnts being displayed in the most tempting style. Members of the general committee who were prominently active in the arrange ment and msyiagement were Captain McShane, Lieutenant Cummings, Mr. J. ]. Roberts (Mayor), and Mr. E. Nolan, together with the secretary, Mr. E. A. Betts, whose services were in continual demand, and at dll times giv...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAK. Week Day, Day of Month. a § u. |a Moon Sets. Sunday Oct. 27 5 1 6 10 6 10 410 Monday. ,,.28 5 c 0 2C 72] 4 Si Tuesday.... n 29 4 5& 6~?o 8 2C S 4b Wednesday • „ 30 4-57 0 21 0 M 6 41 ThmvJay... H 31 '4 St 6 22 10 V 7 4= Friday Nov. I b 2 11 24 8 45 Saturday.;,. ' »?• '2 4 54 0-.4 a.m. 9 47

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, BEFORE the P.M. and Dr. Handcock, J.P, ALL ABOUT A RING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

OOULBURN POLICE COURT; Monday, Before the P.M. and Dr, Handcock, J.P, all about a ring. Philip Anthony Miller sued Katherinejohcs (or the recovery of a ring. Mr. O'Brien (or complainant, Mr. Belts for defendant. * The evidence of plaintiff was to the effect that in December, 1900, he became engaged to Miss Jones, and some time later gave her a ring on condition that if they were not mar ried by April in this year the rifig was to be returned. Defendant asked him for the ring. When the wedding day arrived he found that the lady had gone to Sydney, where , she re mained for some months. He had written to her demanding the ring, but had got no answer. He had summoned her about a fortnight ago, but withdrew It on the under standing that the ring would be returned to him. This was after an interview with de. fendant's brother, Francis. To Mr. Belts: It was about one month after he became engaged that he gave the ring, and it was given on the conditions bc forementioned. To Mr. O'Brien : ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Werriwa Times. MONDAY, OCT. 28, 1901. OBTAINING REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Werriwa Times. MONDAY, OCT. sS, 1901. OBTAINING REVENUE, For all it is worth the freetraders are working up opposition against the federal tariff. It is -understood by all that the public generally object to increased customs duties. No one is enamoured of high prices for the articles he consumes. As however it is necessary to obtain revenue where with to sustain Commonwealth govern ment and advance the dignity of Aus tralia, duties had to be imposed on all oversea articles coming through the wualuius, Liu. vtily suuicu the Commonwealth can obtain re venue. Freetraders and protectionists alike contend that these duties should press as lightly as possible, upon the working people, and that their weight should be so arranged that the wealthy, not the poor, should bear tiie heavier portion. So far so good. But rabid freetraders advocate also .that the manufacturing industries.'hould in no way be encouraged by the tariff, alleging that portion of the revenue goes to swell receipts of lo...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXIX. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Love's Triumph. • CHAPTER XXIX. (Continued.) SBI,2X Ardejj's fine fac2 flushed wrathfully. He could and did make allowances for the waywardness of the young-lady—she was out of spirits : she had not recovered from the gjiock of her mother's death ; but he could not bear , to hear his honourable dealings with her. called into question. Haii anyone else spoken as Lavinia was speaking he would liaveresentedit as an insult Curbing his annoyance, he reminded her;;that she had promised. to. drive with.him; ' "This Is ho answer to what I said I" she retorted. " It is putting me off as if I were a froward child who must be amused when she grows troublesome. No, I will not go out to-day!" . Instead of entreating her to alter j her determination Mr. Arden accepted it as filial, and went awav after chatt ing pleasantly for a few minutes with Ada, who had set up her ease] near one of the windows, and was copying a miniature for Sir Jasper; a portrait of Lady Miller, painted by an eminent artist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

The White horse hotel, ; Auburn-street, OOXJLBTJRK. First-class'Commercial & Family Hotel. Moderate Charges. T.W. Jacob; • Proprietor. MR. W. E-^DlfER, ATTORNEY,.SOIICITOR, & PROCTOR, COMMJSSIONEU FOR ' AFFIDAVITS, MONTAGUE * STREET (over Sands' Sale Yards), G©0 fc B II R Wi VISITS GUNNING FIRST FRIDAY ,, : OF-EVERVMONTH. Agent forljjiperlal Flro-InsuraflM Co. Limited.

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Peculiar Accident to a Child. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Peculiar Accident to a Child. Eo.muala, Friday.—A peculiar and seriousaccident happened to Mr. ]rdncs Oliver's i8-months-old boy at Malia ratta. The child was playing at a gate in the yard with oilier children. The gate is a heavy swing gate, and while it was open the child got iis head be tween the post to which the gate was hinged and the end of the gate. A gust of wind suddenly blew the gate round, and jammed the child's head. It \'as impossible to open the gate without breaking the little fellow's neck, and some time elapsed before the father could arrive and take the gate off the hinges. When the child was released it was found his head had been severely crushed, and the neck bent. It is very doubtful whether the child will recover.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Cable News. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

...Cable News-.. . London, Friday. The two guns captured from Miijor Gougb liavu boon reiovored nt Blang Apins.Borg by Mnjor-GiMicrul Ciiinp boll'a column. Lioutonftut-C'oluuol l!c:isou has rap tured 37 Boers nenv Middclburg. A. War Ofllco order,, printed in readi ness for tho BUinmoaiiig of every voluu tceF in tlio country, was placarded in two towns by-tlio uiiatako of tlio- local authorities. Mr. Wyndham declared nt Bradford that tho government wa3 pn<pnred to take every stop rocomujemled by the military authorities in South Africa, nnd to give Lord Kitchener nil ho asked for tlio execution of tho i:!nu bo had formed qb best adapted to tlio nature of tho country and tho tactics of the enemy. To I ho Cliiof Socretary for Ireland nothing appeared more impressivo than tho stoical dignity displayed by Lord Kiteborier, who -in pursuing iha courae ho had sot himself did not wear bis heart upon bis sleovo for every daw to peck at, and did not conlido his plans to every tattli...

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Bungonia (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Bungonia (FltOlt OOB CoiUlKSrONDENT.) Athletic Spouts Cluu.—The club had a dav's sports on the green on Saturday last, and though the attendance was not as good as might have been expected—owing prob ably to the threatening aspcct of the -weather in the morning—the day's work proved satis factory. There was an attendance ofabout . , 2oo, and the programme of 10 events was got;' through in good time,and with afair. number . of entries. Following are the results Girl's Race, 75yds, 5s and as 6d. Elsie ! Wood 1. H. Noble 2. Hoys' Race, 75yds, 5s and 2s 6d, resulted in a tic between G. Broadhead and A. Noble who divided. Opening Handicap, looyds, 15s and 5s. A. Funnell sc., 1 ; H. Woodward 5yds, 2. Subscribers' Handicap, 100yds, 15s and 5s. H. Woodward 7yds, 1; A. Funnell sc., 2. Bungonia Handicap, 120yds, 20s, 5s, and 23 6d. This event brought out 8 competitors, and it was run in heals. The first heat was won by Reg. Broadhcad, the second by C. Matthews. In the final Keg. Broadhead cam...

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Notes from Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Notes from Hall. (By The Witch.) The annual Wattle Park picnic, in aid oI the Wattle Park Band of Hope and Sunday school, took place on Wednesday 23rd inst. The weather was perfect, and everything was carried out in a thoroughly systematic and effective manner, so that the event proved to be a great success. It is estimated that live or six hundred people had assembled theve, some of the visitors having come consider able distances from Queanbeyan, Yass, and Gunning. The afternoon was spent in games and amusements of various kinds, and the working committee are to be complimented upon the manner in which the arrangements were carried out. The fruit stall under the capable management of Mrs. Jones and her brothers, Messrs. W. S. and Edward J. T. Southwell, proved to be a great success. I have bucn informed that the proceeds amounted to about £2 10s from this source alone. The sumptuous spread on the grefen was highly appreciated by all, and the snow white cloths loaded with good thin...

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Fatal Fire. Twenty Persons Killed. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Fatal Fire. Twenty Persons Killed. London, Oct. 25.—A fire occurred at Phila delphia, United Slates, resulting in tile loss of many lives. Naphtha and benzine slored in a cellar in Messrs. Hunt, Wilkinson, and Co.'s upholstery manufactory of nine stories caught fire. The flames ascended the lift way, and thus quickly spread to all parts of the building. X* 10111 the upper stories 3:0 persons, mostly women, rushed down the iron stairway cscapc at the rear. Many persons jumped from the escape and others from windows, Twenty people were killed and number WJ Injured,

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Sports at Showground. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Sports at Showground. Tim annual sports in connection with the Banks, Law, Laud, and Survey Offices were held at the showground on Saturday niter noon. Attendance was by invitation and there was a representative gathering 011 the ground. Music was provided by a portion of the Aus tralian Horse Hand. The various events were excellently contested and several close finishes were witnessed. Following were the results Handicap foot race, 75 yds. (prize presented bv Mrs, Gibbcs). K. S. Mackenzie, 5yds., 1; N, 13. Mackenzie, 4 yds., 2. Half-mile bicycle handicap (prize presented by Mrs. Gibbes). C. Young, 30 yds., 1; K. Harris, sc., 2. Wheclbarrjw race, 50yds. (prize presented by Mrs. Harris). G. O'Urien and S. Middle ton, 1 ; f. L. Drown and G. S. Shepherd, 2. Handicap hurdle race (prize presented by Mrs. Harris). It. S. Mackenzie, 4 yds., 1 ; N. B. Mackenzie, 7 yds., 2. Siamese race, 75 yds. G. O'Brien and S. Middleton, 1 yd., 1; A. E, Sendall and C. M. Shaw, 3 yds., 2, Sack racc, 50 yds...

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Attempted Highway Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Attempted Highway Robbery. Wellington*, Saturday.—The half-caste American black, whom the police hare been pursuing in connection with the sticking up of carrier Cooncy, on the main road between Wellington and Mudgee, at midnight on Wednesday last, was arrested at Stuart Town at 9 o'clock last evening by Constable Richard Nancarrow, who is In charge of that station. ■ Accused, who gave his name as William Jones, was conveyed by mail train this morn ing to the local police station. The distance from where Cooncy was stuck up by accused to the place of capture is about 40 miles. He appeared at the local police court, before Mr. John Collins, this morning, when only the evidence of the arresting constable was taken. He stated that accused, on being ap proached, said: " I am the man you're after. I done it." Naticarroiv said; " Done what ?" He replied: 11 Stuck the bloke up." Nan carrow said : " Did you have a revolver ?" He replied : "Yes." Nancarrow: "Where is it now?" He replied : " ...

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Duty That Never Was Paid. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Duty That Never Was Paid. The outcry over the tariff might be calculated to raise a sympathetic response from the working man, whose concerns are, on these occasions (only), so much the concern of the free-traders. Protection has to carry the jlnme of the revenue duties which arc in cluded, in this tariff, and which would have been much heavier under the tariff formulated by thcprincipal organ of free-trade in Sydney; it has to bear tho burden of the charges over and above the duties made on articles by unscrupulous traders ; and to put up with the blind abuse of those who don't know the difference between a purely protective and a revenue tariff. On the other hand the increase in manufacturing already inaugura ted, the crection of new machinery, the impetus to farming, fruitgrowing, and other avenues of employment, are all carefully veiled by the free-trade press. The charging of duty on goods upon which duty has never been paid is an old trick, but it is only the protectionist man...

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BRAIDWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

BRAIDWOOD RACES. Following arc the' nominations for the I spring meeting i— I Opening Handicap : Gobar, Princess, Bar rister, Wile! Kos^Havaruia.Aliinirii. Spring'Handicap : Yeonian, Gobar, Ha vanna, Princess, Alenda. • 1 Holiday Handicap: Yeoman, Princcss, Barrister, Wild Kose, Alenda. .

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SPORTING. THE TURF. MOOREFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

SPORTING. THE TUIiF. MOOREFIELD RACES. THE Moorelield Racing Club held its second Octobcr meeting on Saturday afternoon., when the weather was extremely hot. There was, however, a gqod attendance. Results: " Kogarah Stakes, 6 furlongs: Strathmill I, Planet 2, Cudnl 3. Won by a neck. 1.20. - Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs: Portland Light l, Plain Tom U 2, Thrift 3. Won by a neck. 1.19. Stewards' Mile: Ncichdale i, Eulowrie 2 6cngonia3. Won by a length. 1.45. Two-year-old Stakes, 4 furlongs : lighting Charlie 1,' Scarlet Runner 2, Uncle liill 3. Won easily by two lengths. '53 sccfc. | .'Moorcficld Handicap, ij- mile: Glenore I, Chryso-lCeras 2, Burraneer 3. Won by two nnd a half lengths. . No time taken. Welter Handicap, 6 furlongs: Cindermnn i, Dalmore 2, Cin 3. Won by a length. 1.20k The Mooney Valley Cup, 1 mile 3 furlongs, was run on Saturday Combat I, Habct 2, Gnuleon 3. Won easily. 2:24...Threehorses j fell, and Coogan, the jockey who rode CIus ; for was severely injured, and is no...

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CRICKET. CUCKOO CLUB V. COMBINED SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

ORIOKET. CUCKOO CLUB V. dOMUIN'EI) SCHOOLS. The first match of the season for the Junior Competition between the above clubs,' was played on the Cuckoo's ground on Saturday, and, after an exciting finish, resulted in a win for the Cuckoo's by one run. Following ave the scores coximxED schools.—ist innings. Bherring, b Confoy 2 Walker, c Confoy, b Rogan z Uoddington, c nnd b Confoy 22 A. Shepherd, c Seiffcrt, b Confoy 2 • Coombs, b Rogan 0 D. Shepherd,b Confoy.......;......!' 6 Kingsell, c A; McDougal, bRogari g Finch.b Confoy......' 0 Wilkins, runout..;..... 0' . Martin, c Confoy, b Rogan,..;..... 0 A. Sherring, not out 2 Sundries 2 Total.. 47 2nd innings. . Wilkins, c and b Rogan 2 Walker, b Confoy I. F. Sherring, b Rogan .... 11 Boddington, b Rogan T... 0 D. Shepherd, b Rogan X A. Shepherd, run out 7 Coombs, not out ■' 7 Kingsell, b Uugati 0 Finch, c T. Smith, b Rogan 0 Sherring, b A. McDougal 2 Martin, d A. McDougal 3 Sundries 8 Total 42 * cuckoo club.—1st innings. Confoy, b Sher...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

CYCLING. Road Rack.—On Saturday afternoon a race organised by the League of Wheelmen came | off on Uraidwood road over a distance of ten | miles. A. Hcnviile, scratch, was first; T. Larcombe, 10 sec.,, second ; E. Fowler, 40 sues., was third.. Time, 28 min. 2 sees. A splendid finish. Won by halt a wheel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

DO YOU READ — AND — Goulburn DIstrlcT News ? subscription, - - - 12s. per annum. YOU WILL FIND IT Interesting and Up*to*Date, in addition to being a-firstclass Advertising Medium. Sport, - Politics, , Agriculture, Mining, Industry, Commerce, — ALL RECEIVE — ' Careful Attention in our Columns. Please Cut This Out, or Copy It, and enclose 3s., 6s., gs., or I2s., covering your Term of Subscription :— The Proprietors, " Werrlwa Times," Goulburn. Please send me the Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News, for a term of months. Signature i WHEN You Have'a Lot oi Men Engaged It Must Mean You Are Doing Lota ol Business. I HAVE XBE MEN AND THE BUSINESS TOO. After Seventeen Yeara of Constant and Careful Attention to Business and MODERATE 0HABGE8,1 hav roaobod THE TOP, And am now THE LEADING PLUMBER of the Bouthorn District. W- J. LEMON, VEBNEB - BXBEET, OOTOBUBN. WINE. WE have just received a first consignment' " of 5000 GALLONS of ALBURY WINE from the famous FALLON Vine yards. We have deter...

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