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Powers of Justices. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Powers of Justices. In chambers on Friday morning Mr. Justico Cohon said that his attention had boen onllcd to a decision ho ha given in tho cago o£ ox parto Mador on August 20 last. In that case an or dor lmd boon mado by justices, under tho Landlord and Tenant Act of 18DD, ordering tho tenant to doliver up pos session o£ tho pvprnitoB ho was occupy ing and dirooting him to pay costs, and in default of payment of the costs to bo imprisoned. Tho matter came by way of prohibition before him, and he held that tho justices had no power to -word imprisonment in default of payment of costs. The quostion was not fully argued before him at tho time, and his attention had not been called to section 2 of tho Justices Act Amendment Act of 1800, and should tho question again como before him he should consider himself at liberty to leconsit'er LU decision,

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. By A, Lansdowne, Seedsman, rs/v. Tiif land is in good order far cropping and large sowings of ;»11 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 arc grand for sheep, cattle, horses, poultry, and pigs. Grass seed, lucernc, millets, &c., should not be neglected. Maize is good for green feed or en silage and carrots are a good field crop. We will have warmer weather, but frosts are still likely about middle of month, and good rains in the latter! part. The season is likely to be very I stormy and thundery, and all stacks, sheds, .&c,,.shouldIbe made secure. KITCIIEfJ' GARDEN'. NSo\v pumpkins, melons, cucumbers, marrows, tomatospsquashes, egg plant, Cape goosberry, salads, peas, parsnips, carrot, cabbage, rhubarb, herbs, beans, turnips, beet, spinach, &...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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From Knickerbockers to Pants. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

From Knickerbockers to Pants. Mr. Affleok Jit Thursday's sitting of tlio assombly proposed a reduction in tho salary of tho Commissioner and Principal Engineer for Bonds ; and Bridgos from £000 to £650, last yonr's salary. Mr. 0'Sullivan, replying to a sug gestion of-what attitude ho would adopt if ho were In opposition regardingthis increase, said that when in opposition ho was metaphorically in finioker ibockors, but now he .woro pants; [ (Laughtor.) Tho procoss of evolution was still going on. Mr. Oarroll: ,_City members who carped at this salary did not approciato tho importance to the country of competent road administration. It was all very well for a relentless rotrenclier liko Mr. Miller to talk of saving in salaries while ho liopod to gain credit froui his constituents by gotting a railway to tako pcoplo in knickerbockers and other cranks up Mount Koscuisko. (Laughtor.) Mr. Miller: Oh, don't make a goat of yourself (Laughtor.) "Mr. Chairman, I call your attention to the dis...

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The Tariff and the Boot Trade. (To the Editor of the "Australian Star.") [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

I | The Tariff and the Boot Trade. (To tho Editor of tho " Australian Star.") Sir,—Tho quostion of tlio tariff at this moment naturally oxcitos a deal of attention, and it is a noticeable fact that tho cries raised against the tariff, in bo far as the above industry is con cerned, come from those who both im port and manufacture, or 'tiioso trado is principally that of importing. Speak ing aH one who has been in tho boot manufacturing bueinoss in Australia for the last 30 yeara I can safely say that the public need not be at all alaruiod at tho bogey rnisod by interested parties. 1 venture to assert,, wituout rear or sue cossful contradiction, that "ho adoption of the tariff as proposed will eventually reduce tho cost of tho article without any diminution on tho value of the boots supplied. It is an acknowledged axiom that the greater tho output tho letiscr the price. To say that the work ing; classes will suffor is ridiculous on the face of it, for it is only the higher and more ox...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Mr. Haynes Makes a Proposal. The Minister in Reply. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Mr. Haynes Makes a Proposal, j The Minister in Reply. The following extract is from Thurs day's Parliamentary proceedings Mr. Havnes said that, in the interests of the public health, the Minister should set aside from £gOjOOO to £100,000 for apportionment in small sums., among unincorporated little country towns, for the purpose of providing small water supplies. Such was the condition of many of these places owing to the' absence of decent drinking water that in the height, of summer numbers of deaths resulted from diphtheria, typhoid, and like diseases, which were traceable to im pure water. His experience had been that it was more difficult to get £100 for country expenditure of this kind than to get £10,000 for ordinary city purposes. They could see on the es timates sums for heating offices, catch ing :flies—(laughter)—lighting up the park Mr. See : That's a good thing, isn't it? Mr. Haynes thought ic might be more important that a man in the country should have a drink of pure...

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Programme of Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Programme of Matches. November 9*13.—South'Australia (No. 1), at Adelaide. . 1 November 15-19.—'Victoria (No. 1), at Mel bourne. November 22.27.—New South Wales (No. 1), at Sydney. November 29»3&—Albion-C.C. 18, at West Maitland. December 2-3.—Northern District Club 18, at, Glen Inncs. . • - December.—Vacant (probably Armidnlc and Newcastle.) Dcccmhcr 13-18.—No. 1 .Test cMatch, at Sydney. Dcccihbcr 20-21.—Goulburti 18. December 26-38.—Bendigo United C.C. 18, at Itonrllfto. January l-o.—No, 2 Test Match, at Melbourne January 8-9.—St.nvell C.C. 18, at Stawell. January 10-11.—Ballar.it C.C. 18, at Ballarat. January 16-20.—No, 3 Test Match, at Ade laide, January 24-27.—Country Team, at Melbourne. January 31, February 5.—New South Wales (No. 2), at Sydney. February.—Vacant (probably Hatlnust or Wollontiong). February 14-19.—No.4 Test MjIc'i, r-r Sydney. February 22-26.—-Victoria at Mel bourne. March 1-5.—Xo. 5 Test Mat.'h, at iucibotirne. March n-12.—Broke...

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The Outrage near Queenbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

The Outrage near Queenbeyan. The mail who was arrested for the assault on Violet Oldfield was re manded on Thursday for eight days, Since the assault at Ramsay'sjBush on bctober I every member of the police force has been assisting in the en deavours to clear up the mystery, but despite the lack of clues the investiga tions were energetically carried on. A few days ago while Plain-clothes Constable Walker was searching the police records he discovered a case where a iman who assaulted a child acted in a manner similar to the person concerncd in the Ramay's Bush affair. The man enticed a child away and took it home the following morning. The similarity of these two cases caused this officer to make further in quiries and he discovered that the man had only recently been released from custody. He disappeared a few days after October i and went travel ling in the country. From further in vestigations the officer decided to follow up the clue, and he systematic ally traced the man from ...

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A Nice Point. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

A Nice Point. Ax important point \v;is discussed on Friday before the Full Court by the Attorney-General (Mr. Wise, K.C.) 011 the one hand and Mr. Wade 011 the other. It appeared that a youth named Baraford was charged at the Armidale Circuit Court with stealing letters and money in the local post-office. He pleaded guilty, but was not sentenced, as the Solicitor-gcncnii, who had ap parently attended the court for the purpose, raised the question whether, seeing that the post-offices had, among other things, been taken over by the Federal Government, and in view also of section 52 (sub-section 1), section 85 (sub-section 1), and section 108 of the Commonwealth Constitution Act, the Court had power toentertaiu' the in dictment. Mr. Wade argued that the Courts of the State, owing to the ope ration of the sections referred to, were deprived of jurisdiction ovet crimes committed in local post-offices, and, as the Court pointed out, if the learned gentleman was right quite a carnival of ...

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Interviews With Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Interviews With Officers. Mr. Smith,-fengineer of the Monowai states :—"A heavy crash occurred. It looked 35 if the propeller had struck something. The propeller boss burst open, and the shaft was )eft exposed through the boss. This was an abso lute disablement of the machinery be . yond the possibility of repair till the ship could be tipped to get the shaft out of the water. That could not be done in those latitudes. There was nothing in'the shape of a breakage ot the ship's frame, but it meant that she was absolutely crippled, and nothing could be done till we got .1 new boss fitted. No one saw anything of the object the propeller struck, though it Is thought it was a piece of partially Sunken wreckage." The story of Captain Chatiiold, of the Monowai, was that the weather got gradually worse from the time of tho mishap, and though he set all tho ship's ordinary sails and bent others he found it impossible to get steerage way on the Vessel, and the most he could do was to try to d...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE STEAMER MONOWAI. Wellington (N.Z.), Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

THE STEAMER MONOWAI. Wellington (N.Z.), Friday. The Monowai arrived at Fort Chalmers at 8.80 a.m. to-day. Bho broke down two days out from the Bluff. The Monowai struck something with tho propeller and the bl.ides wero stripped. She was thus disabled. She was picked up by the Mokoia on lues day night, 80 miles off the course. On the whole the weather 'was calm. Towing was easily accomplished, oxcept " on Wednesday night, when the sea was rather tough. Captain Spinks, of tho Mokoia, tolls a very simple narrative—" We loft tho Bluff on Monday afternoon," ho said, "with instructions to spend at least three days in looking tor tho Monowai. We steered along about 70 or 80 mileB to the north of our usual course, and sighted "lor at 8.25 p.m. on Tuesday about 16 miles north. When we got near we received n mosmgo from Captain Chatfield saying b9 had been drifting since Thursday morning. At 10.15 we took her in tow. There was a light breeze with a smooth ira and fine clear weather when wo pi...

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The Duty on Condensed Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

The Duty on Condensed Milk. Senator O'Connor has received a telegram from Berry stating that at a meeting of dairy farmers at Berry the Jersey Milk Condensing Company had offered to pay ijd per gallon more for milk .'or conden sation. It was added that this meant an increase of revenue to the farmers of the South Coast of £2000 per annum, and is cited as an ovidence of the benefits of a duty or condensed milk. A man (named Danie' ■ -'Yeomans had a marvellous escape 'vm death at Woodford Quarry the o'.her day. While working on tlie f .ce of the quarry he fell a distance of forty .feet,striking a ledge in t'ns dcscent, but fortunately landing o:'.heap of soft earth. Beyond a sfere shock, 'and being badly cut and bruised*-. he 'suffered no serious injury. A report of a curious <li?covery at the X-ray laboratory in Chicago lias been given out. It is said that the X-ray apparatus has proved that Mr. ffarl Wambold lias two hea thy hearts. The right heart is said to perforin its...

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The Friendly Societies' Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

The friendly Societies' Difficulty. Repkeses'TATJVBs of the fri-mlly socie ties waited upon the State Premier on Friday afternoon regarding the much debated difficulty with reference to clause 13 of the Act under which they work. A suggestion was made that the old members should pay as at present for another five years, at the expiration of which time the matter might be further considered. The societies object to saddle t;ie increased rates on the old members. Other proposals were submitted, bul as a quite definite understanding was not apparent among the representatives present, Mr. See said '.hat before coming to him someagreemenr should be arrived at among tiw societies. This conclusion should be submitted to him in writing, and if it was satisfactory he would be prepared to have legislation on the subject. He was anxious to do all he could to assist j the societies. •

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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY. Monday. Florence Clifford, 27, was charged at the Centra! to-day with using an instrument on Mclinda Violet Swctison, aged' 14}, but married. Accused was remanded for eight days. Swenson is in the hospital and not yet out of danger. In the Divorce Court to-day a suit was commenced in which Hannah Webb, for mcrly Browe, seeks a dissolution of he marriage with George Henry Webb, dentist, on a number of grounds. The parties mar-, mied at Wagga, 1891, finally -settling at West Maitland. Cross issues were raised. The case is proceeding. LONDON, Sunday afternoon. A British gun accidentally exploded near Harrismith, killing two soldiers and wound ing one. The pro Boer party have raised the cry that financiers support Koberts for saving the Hand, and hate liullcr for abandoning the mines. At a public meeting ot citizens at Exeter, Devonshire, called by the Mayor to express confidcnce in General Bullcr, Mr. George Lambert, radical member for South Molton, was among ...

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A Youthful Adventurer. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

A Youthful Adventurer. At the police court, Moss Vale, on Wednesday, a youth ignotus, aged 14, was detained pro tem. pending the arrival of a wire from his parents up Goulburn way. It would seem that he wished to see the metropolis, and, having saved up a couple of pounds, he mounted his father's pony ancl started 011 liis adventure. Things went well until he readied Berrima, where he intended fo stay for the night, but finding that the hostelry charges there were what he considered too high he resolved to push on to Mittagong, which he did. Although travelling incog, he did not escape the notice of the lynx-eyed police at Ber rima, by whom he was followed to Mittagong, where, being aroused from his slumbers, he gave an account of himself, his horse, and his business with so many variations that the police were induced to bring him to Moss Vale and to communicate with his friends, who arrived by the midday train, and escorted him back to his home. Although only aged 14 years, this i...

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The Queanbeyan Outrage. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

The Queanbeydn Outrage. Queanucyan, Saturday.—The person accused of the Queanbeyan outrage has been identified by a woman, who arrived from Sydney this morning, as the person suspected in connec* tion with the Kamsay Bush outrage.

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Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Federal Politics. The Federal Premier, Messrs, G. H.Rcid.and W, McMillan and Sir William Lync were all in Sydney on Saturday and yesterday. They were, of course, interviewed. " 1 always thought," said Bir William," the Government would have a majority of io, and I still think so." .

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

WANTED, LADY Canvassers for inland towns all through the Commonwealth for articles in great demand, and particularly in Lady's line. Liberal Commission. Apply MOWBRAY & CO., 293 Auburn-street, Goulburn. E. ASHLEY "FOR 'Best Bread and' Pastry. Wedding Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and Socials catered for. E. ASHLEY'S fEA ROOMS, 73 Auburn-street, next N.8.W. Bank. Country patrons rccelvc cvrcy attention. Pot of Tea and Refresh ments Gdi REMEMBER I SEEDS, Garden and Field. Tools, Manures, Ammunition. Best and Cheapest. Seeds Post l'*rcc. A LANSDOWNE & CO. TRY MORGAN'S Refreshment Room —FOR— A CUP of Good Coffee and Scotch Pie 3jd.; with Scone or Pastry, 3d. LOST.—10s. Reward. LOST from Eastgrove on Friday night, a BAY HORSE, greenhide round neck and tied to front leg, cap off off hip, in good condition, bred -by Mr. Casey of Captain's Flat i also BLACK FILLY, with little white on hind toot, star on forehead, long tall, shod all round, two years old, bred by M. J. G...

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General Buller's Dismissal. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 October 1901

Qeneral Buller's Dismissal. London*, Saturday.—Mr. W. H. Long, Presi dent of the Local Government Board, spoke in conncction with the dismissal of General Sir Redvcrs Buller at a meeting which was held on Friday in Liverpool. Mr. Long de clared that "a man possessing traditional British qualities in a greater degree than General Buller probably never wore the King's uniform, but a greater mistake than his no soldier had ever made." Mr. Frank Bennett, part proprietor of the " Evening News" and "Town and Country Journal," ditd yesterday morning. He was but 47 years of age. Arrangements have been completed for the annual meeting of the Goulburn District Synod of the Wesleyan Church to meet this year at Yass—for the first time, The session opens to morrow. Members of the Goulburn Literary Club met on Saturday as usual, but after a short debate, decided on patriotic grounds to Join the hero-worshippers at the park continental. Next Saturday Mr. Wiseman will argue that State Socialism wou...

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

PROSPECTUS OF The Werriwa Times Newspaper Compwy, Ltd., (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, ^1500, divided into 300 Shares of £$ each, of which 200 are now offered to tHepubiic for subscription, payable £2 tos 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 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 bs deemed to be formed when 150 Shares have been subscribed...

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Visit of the English Eleven. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901

Visit of the Enslish Eleven. A MBET1K0 of tho Qoulburn Cricket Associa tion, to which the {general public were in vited, was held at the Oddfellows' Hall on Monday night. There was a good attend ance. Mr. A. B. Chiaholm, president of the Association/was in the chair. The matter (or consideration was the visit of McLaren's team. Alter discussion it was decidcd that a1 ■ guarantee fund be subscribed to, the money to be placed to the credit of the president ana treasurer of the Association. The sum of /n was promised at the meeting, the presi dent's donation being the handsome amount of jf5 5/. It was understood that if any •hortage occurred on the gate takings the eamfe was to be made good from the guaran tee money. Messrs. Scouller and Barnctt, from Maculan, said their club was willing to ahare in the responsibility, In the selection of a team players within a radius of 30 miles of Goulburn will be entitled to consideration. . A Continental in the Botanic Gardens is pro jected ^ conn...

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