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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXXI. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXXI. It wag when. Lnvinia rushed away to demand tho support of hot father, and Naylor aleo departed iu search of Hir Walter, that Linda awoko from her tranco of astonishment. Becca here!. At eight of tho girl who hud once - tyrannised over her ns .much as Mrs. Marby had over done, nil tho Bnddbbt moments of that life of misery and semi-starvation envuo haulc to memory, and alio was ouca more tho (-lipshod, frightoned girl, who dure not return homo, however cold or weary, till somo charitable^person had purohasod hor fading flowers. She found herself quailing at sight of Becca just as she had beon wont to do ■when rough, words and blows wore meted to hor for overy offence. And then up sprang within hor a horror of being identified and proclaimed as tho ragged flower-girl of long ago. That this dread was an exaggerated ono, and that tho Marbys had no power over her, she did not pause to reflect, but sat tremblingly waiting for the moment when those bold black ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

The WHITE HORSE HOTEL, Auburir<strcet, GOITOTJIIN. Fiiat-dnss Commercial & Family • Hotel. - Moderate .Charges. . T.W. Proprietor. MR. W. E.' DWYEBi ATTORNEY, SQLICITOR; & PROCTOR, r COMMJSSIONEU FOR AFFIDAVITS, MONTAGUE ' STREET (over Sands' Sale Yards), G G D-L B 13 R N. VISIT,SHUNNING FIRST.:KK1DAT ! OF EVERY-RJCINTH. Agent for Imperial Fire Insurance Co. Limited.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

; Jf. Df*AN!S<;, : ■ i ' Coscfclsujicling l^bHshnieiit, ' AuijU,.& Bpadu:y Sts.; GGHLBURX,, Is Noted.'for the Excellence of its Work", the. Qu":ility of the .'Material. Used . v • Afe-¥an<|''Moderate' Charges. "... t • We have;a .Most; CoiijBilefc and Modern Plart, and a Thoroughly Efficient J Staff of Mechanics. V:_. r •_ J if oiiAvant Wheelsfgt^idlkyj^Xy'hecls.;for.a;Bu^yWiicels*for';a.Condi, "Wheels for a C:ii^;iOTieels-ifor,:aiSpruit;-Gartiii;ori.\Vlieels.iloi",:irDrayi; V-.-'OEBH ean.', lix.vfeif'u'jv'in rtfi'c. best '.manner',' as'Mi'J Ixe'j'is'a'' SPECIAL liXPERT for this (^ss otWoVkv A Splendid Collection, of SULKIilS to pick from at.from £9 upwards. Secondhand Vehicles' of every descriprion Bought; Sold, or .Exchanged.: Repairs Satisfactorily and Qu.'ckiy Executed. We have sccured: tljcT, ervices of First-class Painters and Trimmers -from one of the Leading Shdps in Sydney, -and are prepared to. execute all. Orders in that line in the MostsMode...

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Parliamentary Pleasantries. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

Parliamentary Pleasantries. Mi:. Noiitun : 1 desire lo know whether tho Pjomio'r will make provision for the prevention of Ijio stiloof bad grog nnd its consumption, (l.mighter.) Mi-. ]). O'Connor:: Do you bold your self up as u horrible oxnuiplo 1 (Hoar hoar.) • ■ .• - Mr. Norton : T wish to God I could talco a tliiI'd you civil la!;o : (Lnughtcc.) .'Mr.ftuo: 11113 .nintler is undoi:. con sideration now, amlJ-lfopoTnoxtseseion, if not this sossion, to bring 111 a hill to deal with it. , I Mr. Norton : .1 monn with regard to tliis-chatnbor. (Oh, oh.) ".-Air..Set): I am nofc:-lioro to ftcswor I with regard to that m itter. I Mr. Norton: I corliuuly must say that I havo never soon any drunkenness here except one— t Tho Spouker : Orrtov ! Mr. Norton : JSxcopt ono lion, mem I'bor, whom I won't name, Mr. Speaker —(laughter)—and porliapa mvsolt once or t\vIL'L1, Tito paragraph WnU refor enco-to the haunts of. lion, mombors after leaving this house--1 withdraw. (Ileal-, hear.) But feertrti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

DO YOU READ THE HERRIWi TIMES, — AND — Gouiburn Distriet 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 RECEIVES — . iarefal / Atteitlai ie our Columns. ; Please Cut This Out, or Copy It, and enclose 3s., 6s., 9s., or 12s,, covering your Term of Subscription :— The Proprietors," Werriwa Times," Goulfjiirn. Please send me the Werriwa Times and Gonlburn Distriet News, for a term of months. Signature ■ WBTE1S2" You lluvo a Lut of Mon Engaged It Must Mean You Are Doing Lots of Uusiness. I HAVE THE MEN AND THE BUSJNEBS XOO. After Si'venU'Oti Years'of Comtuut aud Careful Attention to Business and MOUBliATK 011A KG ES, I lmv roneliod THE TOP, And am now THE LEADING PLUMBER of tlio Southern Dinlrict. W- J- LEMO/N, VERNER - STREET, OOTJLBUKN. " WINE. AXrE have just received a first consignment '» of 5000 GALLONS of A1.1SUKY WINE from ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Friday. A-sccnc occurred in (he House of Repre sentatives early, this morning between Mr Conroy and Mr. Mauger. The former safd the latter had been too long in thepay of the protectionist ring, ' The Oinrah a»*'vcd at Freerti.mile ycstei" - day. Her paiscugers include the Most Reverend Dr. Kelly, Catholic Coadjutor Bishop of Sydney, and MacLarcn's team of cricketcrs. Two' yourtg men, Alexander Pearce and James McNab, in a sulky were conveying about £2000 in note?,'gold, and silver for wages at Clyde works, when they were stuck up by an equestrian, in William-street, Gran ville, this morning. McXab was shot in the arm. Other shots were exchanged and the would-be robber rode off. A man answering lus description was seen later riding through Liverpool. ' LONDON', Thursday, The Bank of England lias raised the rate of discount to 4 per cent. Great nritain has compelled the manager of a Uoer powder factory at Delagoa l3;iy to l'e-ship to Germany three hundred ton...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

GARDEN AND FlfiUD CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. uy A. laxsduwm;, sced'Hiian, Go-album, I Till' land is in good.order for cropping and large sowings -of 'all seasonable j craps mast at once be sown to provide abundant winter feedv No dairy or farm cm prosper without plenty of food in winter. Mangels should be largely sown; they give immense yields, can be stored for the winter, and are grand for sheep, caitle, borses, poultry, and pigs. Grass seed, income, millets, lie., should not be neglected. .Mai/.'j is good for green feed or en silage ami carrots' are a good Held crop. We will havcwarin;:.- weather, | but frosts are stili likely about middle j |of month, and good rains :.i (he lalU-.r; part. The season is liUe'y tu be very j stormy and thundery, and all stacks,: sheds, &£., should, bo made secure. j KITCHIityGAKOEN*. Sow pumpkins, melons, cucumbers, marrows, tomalos,squashes.egg plant,; Cape goasbarry, salads, peas, parsnips, j carrot, cabbage, rhiibarb, herb.-, beans, i turnips...

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The Working Man's Boots. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

The Working Man's Boots. The more closely one analysis Sir, Reid's Town Hall speech tlie more ap parent become the absurdities with which it abounds writes the " Star," I The latest of the many corrections to which the Opposition leader's speech has already been subjected comes from a practical man in the boot and shoe trade. As reported in one of our morning contemporaries, Mr. Reid, in dealing with the theory of averages, said :—" Sir William Lyne said that I the average on men's boots above size 5 was 30 per cent. But on these very boots, at 3s 9d per pair, the duty was 61 per cent." Our correspondent writes :—" They say that the ' work ingman's' boots are taxed 61 per cent, and that the ' toff's ' pretty Balmorals are only taxed 30 per ceflt. This would be very unfair if it were true, but is is totally untrue, as the ' plain, unvarnished tale ' stands thus : Any man,' worker ' or otherwise, can buy his boots without paying any duty whatever, simply bccause his footwear is made i...

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JUNIOR CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

JUNIOR CRICKET. Nov. 2, Combined Schools v. Cuckoo, on latter a wicket; King's College v. Goulburn Juniors, on former's wicket. . Nov. 9 and .16, King's College v. Combined ■ Bchools, College wicket Nov, 33 and 30, King's College v. Cuckoo, College wicket.

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COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

COMING EVENTS. 11 Ned Kelly," Oddfellows' Hall, November.2. Crookwcll (St. Mary's) Annual Social, Novcm . ber 8. . Tarago Picnic Kaccs, Deccjnbcr 7.

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Cable News. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

Cable News. London', Thursday. Last Friday' Lieutenant-Colonel Byng surprised the enemy, under Commandant Stanneberg, and captured 32 Boers, including two field cornets. The dockers at Antwerp and Hamburg and the Dutch merchants decline to join in the proposed boycott of British shipping. Canon Knox-Little, who has visited South Africa, declarea that everything possible has been done to properly conduct the concen tration cainpsand to mitigate the hardships of the persons inhabiting them. To • remove the camps to the sea coast, 33 suggested, would be merely to intensify the evils. Lord Milner pronounces himself satisfied with the arrangements at the camp at Merebank, which ne recently visited. The cavalry brigade at Aldersliot proceeds to South Africa in the middle of this month. A New Zealand trooper, sentenced in July to three years' Imprisonment for sleeping at his post, will be released by the King's order next January. Two Vryburg rebels have been executed and 19 others have be...

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Programme of Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS; Programme ot Matches. I November 9-13,—South Australia (No,' 1), at Adelaide. November 15-19.—Victoria (No, .x), at Mel bourne. November 22-27.—New South Wales (No. x), at Sydney. ' November 29-30.—Albion C.C. 18, at West. Maitlaud. December 2-3.—Northern District Club 18, at Glen Inncs. Dccnibcr.—Vacant [probably Armidate and Newcastle.) Dccembcr 13-18.—N). 1 Test Match,, at Sydney. December 20-21.—Goulburn 18. December 26-28.~Bendigo United C.C. I1,® Bendigo. . January i«o«—No, 2 Test Match, at Melbourne anuary 8-9.—Stawell C.C. 18, at Stawell. anuary 10-11.—Ballarat C.C. iB, at Ballarat. anuary 16-20.—No. 3 Test. Match, at Ade * laidc. January 24V27.—Country Team,-at Melbourne. January 31, February 5.—New South Wales (No. 2), at Sydney. February.—Vacant (probably Bathurst or Wollongong). February 14-19.—No. 4 Test Match, at Sydney. February 22-26.—Victoria (No. 2), at Mel bourne. I March 1-5.—No. 5 Test Match, at Melbourne. March n-12.—Broken Hilt 18, at B...

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PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

PITHY PARS. Soeurs. * ' K.vcwrsjon. Australia harKcid.' League of Wljctlmcn. R-ulianienlary Slanguage. The war is all-over—South Atrial. Land .iwfic at Crmikwcll to-morrow. See 11 Ned Kelly" to-morrow night.!. New early closing regulations gazetted. Tiie latest—what do you think of t|ic tariff ? at cwrjShig! Sti" PIugEi"°.awa>' aimlessly ona"clahn!e R°S3' '3 SUi"fi llli: t'°y"imionl G rrafl"fi(ah!.Celllury 9'8fo>000 emiSrants left road con a nifi"1 Pr"VCd district prospects for the Federal Capital are said lo be decidedly good soldier writing from I Hke a dog!01'' "* a P™atc soldier isfreatcd 1,0 no' lisen able to draw a' j?nonthsago!C<!. "C ^.W, — °'S>" c/Ji. ^''Patrick is known as the " Rvl an eligible federal. Capital site. ■ English wheat'fed English ncopli'for '"ru ones fomu! in a lair. • Since JtlMJfew South Wales ju'dfics have Thi. iw'r iiW'lh 3220 otlt' divorce petitions. 1 lie hit for the present sittings js a record. . Hadivay and omnibuses carried tboo...

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Advance Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

.Advance Qoulburn. Wk hav5 been shown boiuu work of a class not usually aeen it: Goulburn. Me.^i's;. Lake j and Stewart, of Clinton-street, received an j order a few days ago from Mc^rs. Kiatl 1-Jros., j Capaballa Siiilion, near Ciermanton, for a set' of extra strong and heavy wheelsC These have been, made and they are mammoths., The tires arc 5 in. across by ij in. in thick ness, ami • arc guaranteed to carry 15 tons. Just no\V the works of these enterprising manufacturers present a busy scene, no less than three sets of waggon tires being manu factured by the competent daft of men. This work requires about 25 Ions of iron, and the amount of work going on enables a half-hour to be passed pleasantly in watching the vari ous stagis of the process The firms' works cover a'Jput three acres and provide excellent accommodation for" the. watering of hordes while vehicles are being attended to. Visitors will find much to interest thctn, and cotunrv friends v/hosc needs receive careful atte...

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A Freetrade Tariff. The Alternative to Pr[?]ection. Crushing-Duties on Necessa[?] of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

A Freetrade -.Tariif. The Alternative to PniUction. Crushing'Dutks on Necessar-lcs of . Life Bei'oke tlie Keel oral tariff was dis closed the "Daily Telegraph" ven tured to express an opinion as to what ■Would be a fair thing for New South Wales. On September 6 the paper in question propounded a list of duties, which was applauded by every free trader as the very thing tin: Common wealth wanted. The duties were drafted by Sir, Nash,, ti:.:.. fm.aucial editor, who estimated that the ainounl of revenue it was necessary to raise to ..ensure the financial solvency of the, States was about /y,000,0:0'. and lie proceeded to show how the tiling could be done utidera free..rade tariff: Sir George Turner quoted from the ,11 tide in his speech on tin: motion of censure, and referred to Mi. N'ash as a man whose name was respected throughout Australia, Mr. Nash proposed duties o( 4d. per lb. on tea, 3d. per lb. on coffee, and 4d. per lb. 011 cocoa. This is the free trader's idea of lightening I...

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STATE PARLIAMENT. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

STATE PARLIAMENT. Wednesday. Octobeh 30. After disposing of some unimportant business the council " proceeded to the further consideration in. committee of tlie • industrial At'bitratifin Bill was resumed. The main discussion was on clause 40,. which deals with cases in which the. dismissal of employees is a'breach of award, order, or industrial •igreem'CJit/ That portion of the clause tlirbwing upon the'employer the onus of satisfying the court that he did not | dismiss an employee because he was a unionist was eliminated, and a proviso added, on the motion of the Attorney General, to the effect that no proceed ings should be commenced against an employer except by the leave of the court. Sub-clause (b) of the same Clause, which provided that employers should only accept the services of members of industrial unions, as against other persons offering their labor at the same time—other thinss being equal—was strenuously opposed, and eventually rejected. No material alterations were m...

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Wesleyan Methodist Synod. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

W<isi|yfiif -/Vlitiioiiist'Synod. Y ass, Wcdngfcfelgjflj—I nconnection with the.WesIeyluj Synod the official sermon vras |>&%}i6°d last night by the chair nuln,*tfiiJ4?c:V>Tvi. Madden, in -the pre sence of a Ijrge. congregation. The subjc<3§$$!fi£r 'VChrisliau'^Buildiiig." The j^anbSf was a.tinlely'- and able deliverance, and could not fail to stimu _^a(evthe congregation assembled. :"::The-fifianciai session i of . the synod opened .this morning, >vhen ihe follow: ing lay representatives tool: their seats with the niiiYistcis to transact busi ness Messrs. W.S. Foxall (Goulburn), E,. Davis and J. K:: Kilby. (Qucanbey), ..\V,'HvCrago^Yass). • •> • The"Metlibc1ist Union, Goulburn circuit, resolved that tlie readjustment of.tli'e circuit consequent on the union be that there be two circuits. Gold smith-street circuit and Lagoon-street . circuit,.iritha married miniVierin each. ' Bowral circuit. Tliat the readjustment of the Wesleyan and Primiti...

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Sudden Death at Mummell. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

Sudden Death at ftlummell. On Thursday, the coroner, Mr. H. O'Brien, proceeded to the residence of Mr. Charles Clark, fanner living at Petersdale, near Alum* i mell, to hold an inquiry into the dealh of a young woman named Jane Clark who had died the previous morning. Charles Clark deposed that deceased was his daughter, and was 24 years and n months old; she was in serviee al Mr. McAJister's, Wollogoratig, for 3 years dp to about a mouth ago; she then returned home; Dr. Hand cock, who had heen attending her up to June last, was treating her for povertv of htood; about a fortnight hack she fainted, but came lo and appeared to be pretty right, and he was not aware of her complaining since; she took part in the household work and seemed quite right 011 Tuesday night; about daylight on Wednesday she fainted, and complained of pains in her head ; she seemed to go off in a do;:e ; he did not see her again until about 10 a.m., as he was away after the cows; when he got back his wife said ...

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Cable News. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

Cable News. „ London, Wednesday. At Kol'fyfouteiii the British had four officers and three men 'wounded, and at Sinithlield.hvo men were.killed and tun wounded. .. Licutenant-ColonclVon Doiiop, com.-" niauditig the Composite Bushmen's Regiment, was attacked at the Great Marico River last Tluusdaj-'by Com mandants Delarey and Kemp. " Tilt; Boers were repulsed after scvcic fight ing and left 40 dead on the lielcl,': iii cluding Commandant; Quisterluiyseu. The .British casualties .! were: two officers aitd 26 men killed and 5 officers and 50 men wounded. .. . ! .■. .. : Lord Kitchener's -weekly report shows :—74 Boers killed, i6 wounded, and 352 captured, besides 45 who sur rendered. Large 'quantities.of lilies, waggons, and ammunition were also captured, together with many horses and cattle. -The trial of officials charged with embezzling .£500,000 is proceeding at Nizhniy Novgorod, Eastern Russia. It is alleged the money was paid to officers on account of engineering works 011 the Vo...

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Marulan Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

v.. ; v -Marulan Notes. (By tiie' " Oiiikl.") My Marulan jreadors will no doubt think that I havo forgottou thoir oxistonco. Hut as tli.it oxiotouco haa boon so unoventful I (liil not l'eol myself called upon to tuko up my quill and writo. Sinco tli'o cricketora' ball notbiug oE any importance lias occurred, oxcopt that tho cricketers havo played two mntchos and havo boen badly dofoatod in both; and, as I havo boon oveditod \Vitli being a flatteriug panegyrist, I did not wish to bolie that reputation by reporting nnything I would bo com pelled to criticise unfavorably, und so I tva's silent iu regard to tho two cricket hiatcliws. Ilowovor, to uphold my reputation as a punogyrist, I will take this opportunity of oppressing tho ostcom and admirntiou felt for Mr. Burnett, and tho universal regret oxpveaaed at liia preuiurtu'o dopartaro from Marulan. Buf there iu a-mio consolation in knowing that our loss ia bin gain. Ho ia loaving hore to tako up higher and moro rcsponsibla duties at Y...

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