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

PROSPECTUS OF Tlie ferriwa Times Ntispaper Comply, Ltd., (Po bo registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, . ^1500,.' divided into 300, Shares of £5 each, of .which 200 are now ' ottered to tlie>public for subscription, payable £2- 10s oii application, and the balanceatan interval of not less'tha'n 3 months from date of formation of Company. .7 ... :: 50 Shares,.fuliy.-paid up, will be allotted'to the vendors, Messrs. Locke and Barrett, lii'.Full'consideration ;for the purchase of the undertaking and - business in .connection with tlie present Wcrriwa Times Newspaper. 50 Shares will be held for the present in reserve, to be hereafter issued if and when and upon such terms as tlie Directors may deem expedient. \'o money is being paid to the Vendors for the purchase of the abovonamcd undertaking' and business, but all the capital subscribed will be placed to the credit of the Company, less any expenses incidental to its formation, l'he Company shall be deemed to be formed when ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From the Tariff Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 1 November 1901

From the Tariff Debate. Mk. SaWehs (N S.W.) expressed regret tlint Mi-. Hdid'a talent anil eloquence should be devoted to n dying cause. Now South Wales constituencies vero in tho main protectionist. lie denied tho bona (ides of lho so-called frootrado iiiu'ty, tho members of which confessed thoic jivotcctiouisfc instincts by their roadiness to give bonuses arid assist certain industries by taxation. Uiider unrestriotod oompotiliou the groat in dustries of tho world must fait into tho hands of coloured races. If ha lived in England ho might admit the advisa bility of frootrado, but whut suited ono country did not nei ossnrily suit another, liven as it was, Englaud was losing some of hor markets through tho-enm potition of cheap labour. Belgium, Germany and America woro oneioiich iug greatly on the liastorn markets, formerly i>tiered to l-'ritain. Whilo I Goriuimy and Auieiicn had increased their exports, I'rititin's exports had I fallen. Ill view of Amoriea's | expansion it was ;...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Cable News. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

Cable News. London*, Friday. It is expected that France will shortly occupy tlic Island of Mytilene, in the Grecian Archipelago. An English landowner named Barton has, with his wife and son, been murdered in'Sicily. It is believed that the late Mr. Barton'was murdered at Palermo by agents of the Mafia, for betraying the secrets of that socicty. Mr. W. P. Reeves, Agent-General for New Zealand, has received 20 applications for the position of Pro fessor of Modern Languages at Wellington. Prince Arthur, only son of the Duke of Connaught, has baen ordered 011 active service to South Africa. Ouo ihousaud lioora uudor Do la Boy I recently attacked Colonel Von Doriop'a rearguard, and wore ropulsed withhoavy loss Mr. John Morloy, speaking ot Ar brotli, condemned the " war of extormi- 1 natiou" in South Africa, and the " sullou desperation of the govern ment." Mr. "Wilcocks, Dutch Reformer Minister at Mafekiug, has bron son tenced to a yoar's imprisonment for inciting to vobollion. The ''Nat...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE FEDERAL CENSURE MOTION. A Memorable Debate. Protection on Top. Splendid Majority for the Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

THE FEDERAL CENSURE MOTION. A Memorable Debate. Protection on Top. Splendid Majority for the <■ Ministry. The debate on the motion of want of confidence was continued on Thurs day night and Friday. On the pre vious day Mr. Thomas (X.SAV.) had moved an amendment in favour of a land value tax. Arc. Conroy (N.SAV.). who rose shortly before midnight on Thursday spoke for some hours. He said that protection was harmful to all classes of the community. Victorian manu facturers had benefited so largely bv protection that they naturally felt alarmed at the prospect of taxes being removed. Mr, Manger (Vic.) dissented. Mr. Conroy : The lion, meinberhad been too long paid-by rings and manu facturers to be able to. give an un biassed opinion. (Ministerial dissent.) Mr. Mauger ro?e to a point of order and asked for a withdrawal. Mr. Conroy : Withdrawal of what ? The Treasurer, (amid uproar): A lying insinuation! Mr. Malion (W.A.): Is that in order ? The Acting Speaker (Mr. Chanter) sa...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

FUNERAL. T'HE Friends o( Mb. JOSEPH McGOVEKN are respectfully requested to attend the FLXERAL of hid late beloved WIFE (o move from her late residence Paitlifull-strcet. TO-MORROW AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock. A. KELLY. Undertaker, FUNERAL. 'THE Friends of Mils. J. J. REILLY and Miss LOUISA KELLY are respectfully requested to attend the FUNERAL of their late beloved Sister, Mrs. JOSEPH Mc GOVERN, to move from her late resideuce, Faithfull - street, TO ■ MORROW AFTER NOON, at 3 o'clock. A. KELLY, Undertaker. FUNERAL. THE Friends of Mr. and Una. J.VCOD KN'OPP are respectfully requested to attend the FL'XEKAL of their late beloved sister-in-law, Mhs. JOSliPH McGOVERN, to move from her late residence, Faithfull street, TO-MOHHOW AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock. A. KELLY, Undertaker. FUNERAL. THE Friends of Mr. and Mhs. E. C. McALISTEK are rc9pectfullv requested to attend the FUNERAL of their fate beloved Sister-in-law, Mrs. J. McGOVERX, to move from her late residence, Faithfull-street, TO MORROW AF...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Programme of Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. j Programme of Matches. November 9-13.—South Australia (No. 1), at Adelaide. November 15-19.--Victoria (No. 1), at Mel bourne. s • November 22-27.—New South Wales (No. t), at Sydney. November 29-30.—Albion C.C. 18, at West Maitland. December 2-3.—Northern District Club lti, at Glen Innes. December.—-Vacant (probably Arnmlale and Newcastle.) December 13-18.—No. 1 Test Match, at Sydney. Dcceinber 20-21.—Goulburn 18. December 26-28.—Bcndigo United C.C. 18, at Bendigo, January 1*0.—No, 2 Teat Match, at Melbourne January 8-9.—Stawell C.C. 18, at Stawell. January 10*11.—Ballarat C.C. 18, at BallSrat. January 16-20.—No. 3 Test Match, at Ade laide. anuary 24-27.—Country Team, at Melbourne, anuary 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. March 1-5.—No. 5 Test Match, at Melbourne. March 11-12.—Broken Hill 18, at Br...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Monday. Joseph Campbell, aged 24, was chargec I to-day with having assaulted a girl under t* < age of iof at Ramsay's Bush, and remandcc for eight days. Latest Melbourne Cup betting : 2 to ] Revenue, 7 to 1 San Fran, 8 to t Australian Colors, 9 to 1 Hymcttus, 10 to 1 Wakeful, 10c to 7 Haymaker. The Webb v. Webb divorce suit is proceed ing, this being the sixth clay. LONDON, Sunday. Admiral Gaillard who commands the Frcnoli punitive ilnet which sailed rccontly from London for Iho Lnvant has been instructed to Peigo or Woekudo ouo at Iho principle Turkish ports and oxaob satisfaction for the finnucitU ulainm of France ngain&t Tortc. Further* the object is to compel the Sultan to pioiniso oh scrvanco of Franco's right to tho traditional' protcotiou of Christians, and to establish iohoole in tho cast. The Sultan offers to Ksttlo all Krenoh claims if tho Fquadroii ho 'ecalled. cfeventeca additional Boer lenders, t>ifcou risonors benriug arm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

NOW is the time to Buy your Clothing " .' — AT — . — WOMBEY & DAVIDSON'S. Men's Tweed Trousers, 3/6,4/6,5/11, 7/11, lo 13/6 1 Men's Tailor-made Suits, 18/6,22/6 to £2 v Men's Khaki Suits, 9/6—A Bargain ;, » Men's Drill Suits, 12/11. Nice and Cool for the Summer. •;.! Juvenile Clothing. We hold an Immense Stock of Boys' and Youths' Clothing. Khaki Norfolk Coats only 4/zz—all sizes up to 13. ALL CLOTHING TAILOR-MADE. Wombey & Davidson, f The Reliable Drapers, fluburn«st., Goulburn. | W aKarvsrsGf ar/ar*rt* «»3 IT'S ILL Reputation cannot be stolen. When you see a man enjoying a certain reputation you may be sure that it belongs to him. Our reputation for keeping faith with'the public as regaids QUALITY & PRICE belongs to us absolutely ; it is not somebody else's, mislaid ; it isn't a misfit. It sticks to us because it belongs to us, and we earned it by giving SATISFACTION, not Sentiments; FACTS not Fairy Tales. .YOU WANT VALUES, not words. Therefore it is to you...

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ATTEMPTED ROBBERY UNDER ARMS. Three Men Challenged. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

ATTEMPTED ROBBERY UNDER ARMS. . Three Men Challenged. A daiiino' but, unBuecoisful attempt was made'near Grimvillo on'l''rMuy to stiuk up and rob three of tho employees of ,-tho ClydoEngincoring Company, while conveying cash from tho bank for tho ordinary fortnightly pay of tho mon. Two old and trustodoiupluyoesnamod James McNub and Alexander Cairncs were sent, in company with Herbert Flood, driver, in tho usual way go tho Commercial Bank, Granville, to draw the, amount • required—about £2300— which thoy.obtainod in gold, silver, and notes', and placed in two bogn under the'-coat .of the buggy and drove off towards the works. They wont straight down William street, one of the principal thorough fares, which oxtonds from the LiVjorpool rond through tho.town to South-stroot., almost dtie west of tho railway station. Here they had to turn to the right for a few yards, and then haok to the former direction, crossing the Ulaxcoll street bridge over Duck Greek, behind Bergan'a wool factor...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Week Day. Day of Month. c 5 C Moon Rises. 1" Sunday Monday Tuesday.... Wednesday Thursday... Friday Saturday.,.. Nov. 3 „ A :: 6 .. 7 „ li 9 S S3 5 52 4 53 4 5' 4 59 4 49 4 4H tH 6 26 6 27 6 2» 6 2,J 6 30 12 10 10 51 12 49,11 50 I 25! p.m. 1 58 I 45 2 31 2 41 3 2 3 35 3 35! 4 =9

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Goulburn Literary Club. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

^Ooulburn Literary Club. Mb. Vf. Caiiey-Taylob presided at the weekly mooting on Saturday. A dlscusBion wai opened by k' r. Wisoraan, who moved that state 80G1U1ISIU would bo a benefit to the community; After debato, Uio motion was lost by so oaay majority. It wa3 dccidcd to carry out on next Saturday the adjourned evening with Huekln. iq piQco of tho Shakefperenn subject previously flrrauoert. * * Mr. ffaHliiuun, dibtriut inspector of school^ i-Oimooucid this iitorulug (he annual cxudIm* «on of South Ooulbum superior public Hbwlj H« 13 taking tho boys' department flrefi

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Werriwa Times. MONDAY, NOV. 4, 1901. A CRUSHING BLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

Werriwa Times. MONDAY, NOV. 4, igoi, A CRUSHING BLOW. Mr. Reid's vote of censure has been rejected by the House of Representa tives by 39 to 35, giving a majority to the Barton Ministry of 14 votes. This had been foreseen almost from the be ginning o£ the debate. After three Weeks' discussion, after appealing to outside influence from platforms in Melbourne and Sydney, after' pitting the masses against the Classes by urg ing that the worker would suffer and the wealthy go free of the tariff, after the use of all kinds of innuendo against the ministry, after adopting rather un scrupulous tactics and all sorts of unfounded accusations to inflame State against State—the opposition has been j beaten, although aided by the great power of the daily press—by a sub- j stantlal majority. Backed up as he was from all the states by some of the j foremost politicians, whose abilities as financiers arc undoubted and possess ing rare gifts of oratory, the leader of the opposition failed to convin...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The War in South Africa. Another Engagement LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

The War in South Africa. Another Engagement London, Saturday. Commandant Van Albert's laager, north-cast of Kustenberg, has been surprised by Colonel Kekewich, who captured three of the enemy wounded and 75 nnwounded, including Commandant Klopper. Heavy loss was indicted on Colonel C. E, Benson s rearguard by 1000 Boers, who approached under cover of a mist. Two guns were captured and the British casualties were eight officers, including Colonel Benson, killed, and 14 wounded, si men killed and lfio wounded.

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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

SPORTING. THE TURF. V.R.C. Races.—Derby Day. The largest attendance ever seen at Kleinington was pre sent on Saturday to witness the Derby run. Beautiful weather, though hot, prevailed. Following are the results Maiden Plate, I mite — The Corsican I, Falkirk 2, Patronus a. Won easily by a length and a hplf# '146}. Maribyrnong Plate, 5 furlongs—Niphetos i,' Farewell 2, Great Scot 3. Won by three parts of a length. 1.2 j. Hotham Handicap, 1} mile—Ohio 1, At bara 2, Acumcn 3. Won by a length. 2.37^. Victorian Derby, 1} mile—Hautvillers 1, Grasspan 2,. Haymaker 5. Won by half a length. 2.37. A protest was entered on be half of Grasspan for interference, but it was dismissed. » Melbourne Stakes, 1} mile—Wakeful 1, San Fran 2, Sequence 3. Won by two lengths. ^oburg Stakes, 1 mile—Caledonia 1, Bcaqba 2, Miltiades 3. Won by half a length. 1.43I. Encourage Stakes, 5 furlongs—Ballyrogan 1, Flying Artillery 2. Won by a length and a half. 1.3*. - Warwick Farm Races came off on Satur day last. D...

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The Royal Tour. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

The Royal Tour. LoS-uatf, Saturday. Kino EUwAHU and Queen Alexandra met the Opliir ill tlic Solent, and the Duke and the Duchcai boarded the Royal yacht. They were effusively greeted by tneir children, who had been brought to meet them. Both afloat and ashore tremendous crowds had gathered, and the enthusiasm was in tense. The naval reception was magni ficent. The Duke ot Cambridge, members of the ministry) Lord Koberts, and a crowd of notables receivod the returned voyagers at Victoria slation. King Edward declared that he was fully repaid for the natural anxiety he fdlt on 6antH tionlng the voyage. It had been a complete success. Manifestations of devotion and loyalty, the King added, were evoked, and the splendid services of the colonial military contingents were a signal proof of patriotism and affec tion. The Duke of Cornwall and'York spoke, and dwelt on the deep-seated Royalty ana affection of the Empire and the great pro< greas made by the self-governing states.

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PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

PITHY PARS. Haw. 39 lo 35, Unlucky 13. Rcid rebuffed. • Mr, P. Leyne welcomed. Tasmania (O.) for Rcid and Co. 1000 Sydney tailoresses on strike. Highly representative gathering Saturday evening. State tramway expendituw {or October! £2,ijo.iGB. The new Australian motto—Kubbish must not be shot here. ! Mr. Lcync must have felt honored on Saturday night. The bachelors were made to explain them selves at Saturday's gathering, i Mr. Rogers'. " Indeed, i{ the tariff stands we shall be compelled to manufacture." Mr. Rogers on Saturday night had some thing to say on Goulburn as a manufacturing centrci Mr. Rogers : " For every 10 tons of butter sent from N.S.W. 100 tons were sent away by Victoria." (Applause.) Mr. Rogers: "Wcwant mora manufactu ring in Goulburn, the population is too small for so important a centre. While a reaper and binder was culling a crop of 40 acres near Coonainble, between 400 and 500 rabbits Were killed. The British consul at Hnnkau, reports that 200,000 Chinese, in...

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S. Saviour's Parish. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

S. Saviour's Parisht The Rev. Robert M, Ttlrilbuii, JhS newly appointed curate of the. Cathpdral parish, arrived in Goulburn on Friday morning, ana officiated in the calhcdral yesterday morning, when he preached a most instructive serm on oft.'! Take Yc no thought for the, morrow." Mr. Turnbull is a Scotchman, and graduated at Edinburgh University, intending to follow the medical profession, but a physical disability compelled him to relinquish the desire. In 188* bo came to Australia on a pleasure trip and was so attraotod with colonial life th»th« returned to Victoria In 1890. He took a deep interest in the subject of irrigation, andvidtea irrigation works la France, Spain, and Italy, and on hU return to Victoria h» becaaa a lecturer on the subject, and was after* Tvards manager of un Irrigation colony in that State. In 1894 Mr. TtonbnlJ was induced to enter un a course of study with a view to taking Holy Orders, and In March, igoo, was ordained, his first charge being that of Vic...

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CHAPTER XXXII. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

. CHAPTER XXXII. Ada Bbrley, who remembered but too viridly the sufferings of her dying huibanB, was horrified at the worse than fadifferenoe her cousin testified to the condition of Steve Naylor. It w&s true that his impatience of pain Ud his blasphemous exclamations made him a very unpleasant person to ap proaob, but still ho was on object of pity, for ho wao seriously, if not j dangerously, hurt. His leg was frac tured, his ribs badly bruised, and he had a claim 011 the humanity of Sir Walter, whose inability to control his horse had certainly bad as much to do with the accident as the heedlessness f displayed by Steve himseli. 1 The surgeon, who was quickly in attendance, when called upon to pro nounce whether his patient could be removed to the nearest hospital,, had, said hesitatingly that it might be prac ticable, but was not at all advisable; yet . Miss Miller, bearing down her father's feeble opposition, was insisting upon it when Selby Arden arrived. As soon as'she...

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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXXII (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXXII (Continued). It was Ada Shirley. She hud coaio to fiud Linda, for whom Mieg Miller was inquiring; and not finding her. alone, was looking from ono to tbo other lor an explanation. ; It was promptly givon. " ThiB person oaino hero, Mrs Bhirloy, to (:tke part in a shameful imposition.'.'. "It'wasn't my- doings," whitnpored Becca. •' lJy Mr. Naylor she was induced to represent herself to'Misa Miller as Mr. Arden's wife, whereas her husband is now on board the ' Sunray' sohooner cruising in the Mediterraneau." "I never heard anything so dis graceful I'1 oried Ada. " Give her in charge I", Becca soroamed for meroy, and Linda pointed to a writing-table. "Sit down there and write what I shall diotate, and I will help you to get back to Dover." . "I can't write; I never give my mind to learning," the culprit ad* snitted. " But you can sign your confession, and Mrs, Shirley will witness it!" To this Becca gave sullen consent; and ere Pauline could appear to anno...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

Coachbtiiljding Establishment, Auddrx & Bpadley; Sts., GOULBURN, Is Noted for the Excallence of its Work, the Quality of the Material Used ' i and Moderate Charges. We have n Most Complete and Modern Piart, and a Thoroughly. Efficient i . Staff of Mechanics. It ou want Wheels fofiEfeSuiky, Wheels for a Buggy, Wheels for a Coach, Wheels- for a Cab; Wheels for'a Spring-Cart, or Wheels for. a Dray, DEAN can fix you up, in the best manner, as'he keeps a SPECIAL EXPERT for' this Class oLWork. A'Splendid Collection of SULKIES to pick from at from £9 upwards. Secondhand. Vehicles of every description Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. Repairs Satisfactorily and Quickly Executed. . We have secured the sen-ices of First-class Painters and Trimmers from one of the Leading Shops in Sydney, and are prepared to execute all Orders iu that line in the Most Modem Style: - i Our Blacksmithing Business continues to Lead All Others. A. DEAN Coach'builder and General Blacksmith, Auburn & Bradl...

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