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Drowning Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
Drowning Fatality. Gunning, Monday.—A sacl fatality oc curred here to-day. About noon a young lady about 21 years,, the eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Mooney, of .Yass-road, was missed from her home, and 011 search being made her dead body was found lloating in a dain near tiiu house. It is thought that she must have been trying to reach some water lilies when she slipped in and was drowned. Mr. Chamberlain declares that wliilo lio prefers tho government to bo blamed lor being too slow rather than for being too fast, the tirno is coming for tho adoption of sovoter moaeuros towards Boor robel guoriUeros. The aplendid co-operation of the colonics in tfho war, Mr. Chamberlain addod, was moro Valuable in its potential conse quences than would bo au alliance witb •'nfl greatost continental nation. Tho "vnment declined to make th? ies ashamed o£ this co-openMon . , uccopting, tho terms of peace uggosted by tho Boers. Australasia had no dob' of any im portauco iu 1871. Sincothen "Coghlan" o...
Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXIX. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
Love's Triumph. "CHAPTER XXIX. (Continued.)" But would he take her to his heart ? ■\yould he love and cherish her instead of Lavinia. Miller ? With a sigh she told herself that this could.never be, • and her voice had taken its saddest tone .when she spoke again. " I forget to mention that I—that she—does not- dream of forcing her self upon him.. .. She will never, attempt to beajvhis name or make known what has happened." - '" " At)d wisely, perhaps, for he cannot ; be worthy of her." : \ ."Oh,, do not say that 1" she cried • vehemently. "HeLis the; best of men." . Eustace raised his eyebrows a little; ' ." It seems a queer ease, and if your friends are a sensible couple they will remember they have taken each other for better or worse, and resolve to live together contentedly. Only the strong hand of the law could annul their marriage, no matter how distasteful it may have proved to one or both the parties concerned in it" Will it not be sufficient if she re . turiw .his ring and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
* The WHITE K^RSE HOTEL, ■h r . Auburn-street, : GOTLBURN. First-class Commercial & Family /. ,/ V Hotel. Moderate Charges. T.W. Jacob. Proprietor. • , m. w. i. DwrER, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, . COMMJSSIUXI-H nil! Al.MI),WITS, MONTftGUE * STREET ' " (over Sands' Salt V;iVds), G O D L B IJ R N. Agent for Imptfialfire Insurance Cd.' Unified. *"'
Cable News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
Cable News. London*. Monday THE general opinion is that the War Office Was thoroughly justified in quashing the court-martial proceed ings on-the members of the.fith Vic-; torlan contingent, who" resented" the application of the term " white livered." In the country to the south-west of Rustenburg, in the Western Transvaal, aeo Boers have been captured by the British. It iB reported that the Dutch Consul at Pretoria has at the instance of Great Britain been granted indefinite leave of absence because he assisted Broeck sma, lately executed for treason. A Dutch proposal to compel the ter mination of the war in South Africa by boycotting British shipping is sup ported in Rouen, where a suggestion to convene a congress of European dockers with this end in view is being urged, Mi\ Chamberlain's speech in Edin burgh, in wiiich he said that the time was coming for the adoption of severer measures in South Africa, has evoked a storm of indignant protest from the German press. While two tro...
CHAPTER XXX. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
CHAPTER XXX. Steve Naylor was not seen atChisle hurst for so many clays that Sir Walter beean bemoaning himself, declaring that all his (5lcl friends were for saking him. Lavinia prayed in her heart that he might never cross her path again j and- Selby Arden, who made a point of calling at the address with which Sir Walter supplied him, daily received the same reply to his inquiries. Mr. Naylor had gone away, and no one knew where. . ... When Lavinia heard this her eyes sparkled, and her blood coursed more quickly through her veins. If it were but possible to be married and out of England ere he returned 1 v Whv should it not be possible ? At first Selby would be scandalized at the idea of a wedding following so quickly on a funeral; but then she could make her failing health a pretext for it. Some obliging physician should be induced to order her abroad without' delay, and how could she consent to [ leave poor papa unless it were at the j entreaty of her bridegroom ? | In furtheran...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
WANTED, LADY Canvassers for inland towns all through the Commonwealth for articles in great demand, and particularly in Lady's line. Ubcral Commission. Apply MOWBRAY & CO., 293 Auburn-street, Goulburn. . E. ASHLEY , "C'OR Best Bread and Pastry. Wedding Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and Socials catered lor. E. ASHLEY'S "Tea ' ROOMS,' 73'' Auburn-slrcct, next N.S.W. Batik.- Country, patrons receive cvrey attention. Pot of .Tea and Refresh ments 6d. E. E. MORGAN, Solicitor, GUNNING. Opposite Telegraph Hotel TRY MORGAN'S Refreshment Room —FOR— A CUP of Good Coffee arid Scotch Pie 3$d.; with Scone or Pastry, 3d. i Have You Heard of Them ? You Must Certainly See Them ! m- the -m World's Entertainers (POLITE VAUDEVILLE) - Wju, Certainly Appear at . Oddfellows' Hall, Thursday, October 31. Henry Lee and Jas. G. Rial Lessees Jas. H. Love General Manager. THE ENTERTAINERS ARE No, 1, HENRY LEE, In his marvellous creation entitled " Great Men, Past and Present." 3. KELLY & A...
A Husband Resurrected. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
j A Husband Resurrected. THEYfl«appearance of a young man who wa: supposed to have been lost at sen has causcc. a painful sensation in one of the Ncweastl suburbs. About fouri years ago the ?o» of ; welMctiown suburban.resident was reported j missing."' It i'Was stated that on a ecrlaii night he boarded one of the N. and II.K.8.S. Co's. steamers at Sydney, evidently with the intention of returning to Newcastle. aO». Uu : following morning, when the vessel arrived j there, he could not- be found, but 'hi | , portmanteau was in the.bunk vyhidi hc \vp. I thought to have occupied. His youifgVviT ! I and a friend made anxious inquiries as to hi: whereabouts, but all fd no purpose. Wlici all means of investigation had been exhaustci the missing man's wife and family mourne* him .ns dead.. Time, went on, and after mori than/two. years had elapsed the vuppoakc widow remarried; Nearly two years hav« gone by since then, an'd iinti! a dayortwr ago most people had cfearied to think of tht first...
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Buamjon, o£ tlio Blot, 13 about the oldest rnau in federal politics. Ho ia 72. " I Homo Secretary Lyne is accuscd of having his eyes'on tho reversion of tbo Fromlorsbip, but some people astort | that lis Trill tako tho ch&ir.iiauuhip of j the Interstate Commission, -.rith about £2000 a year for aevon yeari assured. Minister of Cuetoms Kingston noithor drinks nor amokes, and bis prejudices in this direction may account for tho j fact that tho drinkers and smokers havo to pay one-ball of tho nin; millions of the tariff revenue. The "Ago" is vory rough on Mr. Sydney Smith es'nn orator, and rofcra to his speech on tho consuro motion as an effort corresponding with Uacboth's description of life:—" It is a talo told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing." U. W. O'Sullivan began his career as a printer's devil; at 20 ; :nrs started the first evening paper in iobart; at • 28 started tho first Ausfral/i.. halfpenny paper in ifelbourno; oamo :...
AN EXTRAORDINARY CASE. Death of a Young Girl. A Verdict of Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
"An extraordinary case. Death of a Young Girl. A Verdict dt Harder. Quirindi, Monday.—Some days ago the police were informed that Kate Laffey, 14;.had been missing from her .mother's farm near Currabubuia, a ^township 30 miles from Tamworth. ./Yesterday Senior-sergeant Gamble, of Tamworth, Senior-constable Byrne, of Werris Creek, and Constables Gardiner Hallcett proceeded to the farm about a mile and a half on the northern side of Curxtibtibla. In reply to questions, Wca, Mahony said her daughter had /gotie -'iiome- to Ireland. Tlie police commenced a search, rooiing up the garden, and unearthed the body, which ' apparently had been buried some weeks. It had seemingly been wrapped in bags. Mrs. Mahony stated that her daughter died from measles and in fluenza, and she considered she had a right to do what she pleased wifh her own. .The deceased girl was not known •aboilt Currabubla. It is stated that she Had been living in Sydney for a number of years, and only recently returned home...
The Motion of Censure. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
The Motion of Censure. ALTJiou'oii Jliuiiitotij 'express n' 11 po to finish ,ho clcbnlo on Mr. Kcid'u motion . ccnuiro to. morrow nigl.L, Lliti Koucral ojiit,! >n 1« timt It will not conclude tcft.ro Thursd." • night, imd may oven outer ir.to 1'rliloy. Mr. Xhuman will not move his niumilmimt in fir, mr of direct taxation until tlio cloao oi tho den -te. Ho 1ms decided uj»n this combo booamc .'no Speaker lias intimated' thotiif such nmcrduicut wore wovod mouibsrs ([wiilduy nfiur-ardu would havo to confino thcuitflvcs to tlioi>.ibjecimatiir of tho ftuuuuliaont. Tho debate ivos continued y i-toifky, and amoiiifst tho BMntora waa Mr. i-ruco Sraitli, who dealpnuicd tlio tariff ns one of tb» most roprohenslblo broaches oi political fnitli ever known to tlila country.
The Railway Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
The Railway Picnic. The rough weather which obtained on Monday told against the picnic arranged for that day by the combined railway bodies representing the loco, and traffic and perma nent way departments of the Gottfbiirn district. Two trains had been chartered to convey participants to Gunning, but only one was brought into service. Altogether the attendance on the sports ground numbered under 600! Despite the. unpleasantness of the day and the drawbacks which were caused thereby, the programme was carried out in a 1 highly satisfactory manner by the efficient staff of officials who .had charge of- the arrangements. The publican's booth was in the hands of Mr. L. Hartley, and the refresh ment booth was provided by Mr. Bailey. Following are the results of the sports s— Hoys' Race, 75yds. First 7s 6d, second 5s. 0. Coombes, 1; L, Harvey, 2. Girls' Race (under 18 years), 75yds. First 7s 6d, second 5. Ettie Confoy, i;" Ethel Ahearne, s: t-iurmu Kace, uan-nine,. over 10 nuruies (emplo...
PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
PITHY PARS. Head Heu) And back Barton. . ' " Fun on the'Bristol.'* :' •Womanhood Suffrage. i ...Same old George,-same old story. ' ; Miss Kose Scott makes a few plain remarks* • Mi\ G. H. Rcid is again anxious to " save" jficicotmtfyV' «- • • ; George would dp it too, if he beggared the nation in the attempt* ; Work' on flic Graftort'Caaino raihvay line is1 to'be connncnccd iii'atxmt am'cck. >■ : In less linn nine years ov&r '^iVooqJooo ■worth of gold lias been mined at \Vyalong. ♦ Mr. Reid : Boots that were 231 id now cosl 53 4d~he forgot to mention the shop though. Freetrade theory is that duties increase prices, protectionist practise proves, the re verse.' .. . ' • • Mr. Heid revels in the froth of popular.ap" plausc and wallows in the maelstrom of boiled statistics. If you doubt this get Sydney and Melbourne price-lists, and you'll think Mr. Keid a bigger wonder than ever. . -i - Eskbank steel works are shut down because | Hie tariff is too low. Are those unfortunate...
Accidents in Clifford-street. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
Accidents in Clifford-street. A iiokse, belonging to' Mr. Sewell of Grena, bolted with a buggy yesterday afternoon and crashed into a fence in Clifford-fired, causing some Injury to the vehicle. Fortunately no one was in the buggy at the time. A race niare, the property of Dr. Iiurkitt, was badly hurt In Clifford'Slrcct at noon to-day. It appears the mare was being broken into harness, and by some means got the liind feet over the kicking straps and fell, causing injuries to thd near side knee, and, it is supposed, to tliti spine, Mr, Datty, veterinary surgeon, attended to the injuries.
The World's Entertainers, [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
The World's Entertainers; &lt;1 oorxna«r*xT*o» un4ar tllO abOVQ liamotvill in. | troduuo tbcirpvogrummoto a (>ovilbumaudion'ce to-morrow evening at the Oddfellows'- Hall.! Tlii) compuny have had u.rotnaikdbly success- j ful ecabon iuSydnny, whece thoir cloYorneea, the ! variety and novolty. of IbBlr mrformanooa bavo been nightly' witnessed by crowded and i : onthuftiautio audioncos. As thoy givo but one | | entertainment hero thoy are certain to oommand! 1 a big afteadanoo. I
Crookwell A. & P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
Crookwell A. & P. Society. At a meeting of the committee of the above on Saturday night, Mr. \V. Kennedy, J.P., president, in the chair, the resignation of Mr. M; P. Levy as secretary was tendered and re ceivedwith rflgret.The removal of Mr. Levy to Morce is the cause of his resignation. The president referred in terms of great praise to Mr. Levy's services to the society and said that ail connected .with the association re gretted his departure whilst wishing himself and Mrs. Levy and family every success in their new home! Mr. \V. Bensley, J.P., and others also spoke in the same strain, and Mr. kevy expressed his warmest thsnks for the kindly manner his services had been spoken of. Mr. John Keith was elected secrciary.
Labor League and Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
Labor League and Debating Club, Mil I!. T.l Y.'o.':. V.l'.. provided ovorlho club's moctinft ou Mouduv evening. Therpwan afnlr nttoudunco, und tho debate ou the Tariff was tnkuu up heartily. Messrs. llarrott, Brown, LOinoii, Tindule, Itoxfcud .Volutyio, spoke, and as closiup tiino had arrived,- it was dtoidod to lidjouvn tho dubate until next lucetinR. Crook well Club wioto ii/ikiag that tin' joint debute tnko pluce ou tlio 10th instead ol tho 2nd Nov., and tula wiib it greed to.
The Royal Dramatic Company. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 October 1901
' The Royal Dramatic Company. Pus on the Bristol," played last evening by the above company provided a most enjoy . able entertainment. There was not a dull moment from the rise of the curtain to the r closing of the'piece, and the amusing situa tions with which the sketch abounds were • brought under notice with the most pro nounced success! Mr. Tom Cosgrove, as the Widow O'Brien, and Miss Raymond, as Dora, took* the leading parts and sustained them with exceptional merit. Thev were sup ported by the other members of the company after a manner which left nothing to be de sired! ' This evening " The Dangers of Lon don" will be repeated, and the company ahould have a bumper house, for the play is a good one and the players do it the fullest Justice. The'prices arc as, is, and 6d.