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

CHAPTER XXXIII. There was silence in the room for what seemed a very lengthy Interval, Lavinia staring at net* lover with her own face growing as pale as liis : and he leaning towards her, waiting for her reply with such eager expectancy de picted on every feature that she with drew herself from him with a gasp and a shudder. Why had he asked her- such an ir rational question ? Why was he wait , ing for her reply as if he saw nothing absurd in it ? " I could not have heard you cor rectly !" she cried, believing that she had found an explanation of all that' perplexed her. /"I must have; mis understood what you said, or else you did not. hear me. Anyhow, we are playing at cross purposes. I was tel ling you that Steve Naylor brought a young woman here to-day " " Who -had the face of an angel ? Yes, pray go on." "She was a "bold, vulgar thing I" Lavinia retorted, " And yet she had the insolence to pretend that you had married her." "Andhad I?" " What are you saying ?" shrieked his hear...

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

Magisterial Inquiry. John Goodc, 54, was found -hanging in (he kitchen of Mrs. Becker's house, Verner-street, on Sunday morning. He had been in de pressed spirits, and had come from Cootamundra, whither he had gone from NVaggaWaggaa few weeks ago, Then he camc to Goulburn, and resided with his sister, Mrs. Bcckcr. Some • time during Saturday night, or early S.unday morning, he must have committed the deed, hanging film* self with his waist belt to one of the rafters, A little state boy was the first to go Into the I kitchen on Sunday morning and saw the man hanging quite dead,. The police were informed of the mattor, and Senior-constable Griffiths cut the body down, and had it conveycd to the morgue. Mr. O'Brien, J.P,, coroner, conducted an inquiry at (he couth house this morning, when a finding . of suicidc white temporarily insane Wa» entered.

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

Address from Employees. On Friday afternoon Mr, Leyne wan the re cipient of the following address from his em ployees. The address was beautifully illumi* natcd and was accompanied by a photo, in a handsome frame supplied by the Elite Studio' « Goulburn, November !, 1901. " To P, b. Leyne, Esq. " Dear Sir,—We, the members of the staff of your drapery establishment in Goulburn, desire to place on record, on 'the occasion of your safe return to Goulburn after a lengthy trip to Ireland and other places of the Old World, an expression of the high esteem in which you are held by us all and to give you a cordial welcome back to the old scene of your labours in this city, " Wo rejoico with you in the fact that you have had an opportunity of re-visiting the homo of your birth, aud wo feel euro it must havo been a pleasure and a delight to you to ogaln fiod yourself in tho midst of the charm ing and old famillnr eeooes of your earlier life after ao long an absence. " We trust that health and...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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RETURN OF MR. P. D. LEYNE. Welcome by the Citizens. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

RETURN OF MR. P. D. LEYNE. Welcome by the Citizens. On Saturday evening at the Commercial Hotel, Mr. P. D; Lcyne, who has returned from a trip to the old country, was given a hearty welcome back by a gathering of his fellow townsmen. In every sense of the word the reception was a success, and Mr. Leyne lias reason to feel proud of the high honor done him on the occasion^ The com modious commercial room was filled, and Host Mclnncs, who was entrusted with the catering, carried out his duties in admirable style. His Worship the Mayor (Mr. J. J. Roberts) presided, and the following gentle men were presentAldermen O'Brien, }. Knowlman, A. Barrett, A. Mitchell, B. Don nelly, Captain C. J. McShanc, Messrs. C. Rogers, W. H. Bladwcll, F. Schliessman, P. McShanc, J. W. Grovenor, W. Phillips, J. Lemon, E. Gillespie, W. G. Armstrong, E. Nolan, M. Jordan, A. A. Mclnncs, \V. A. Mac donald, E. Milne, J. O'Halloran, W. Wood, B. P. Shcekey, G. Brooks, J. Downey, F. P. Kelly, H. Lake, H. Carlsen, W....

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Sydney College of Music. Practical Examination. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

~ Sydney College of Music. Practical Examination. The following arc the names of the success ful candidates in the above examinations which concluded on Saturday morning. The examiners were:—Piano, Messrs. E. Freeman and H. McLean ; singing, Mr. Gordon Gooch; viol'n, Mr. Rivers Ailprcss, The minimum for honours was 80 and for a pass 60. Out of 76 candidates who presented themselves'58 were successful and 18 obtained honours... The marks received will not be availlble till Thursday. Advanced Violin.—Pasa: K. Florence, D. Furner. Advanced Singing,—Hono-im: Elslo McCftu*' toy (Convent of Mercy ) . Intermediate Singing.,.— Honours 1 Bva Mackenzie,MaryCrannuy. Pubs: EtlielDay, Mary Aubury. (All from Convent of Merey.) Primary Singing. — Pass: Irene Crtnney* Delia Ryan, Maud Baxter. (Convent of Meroy.) Advaao'cd Piano.—FTonoura : A. CalMrajlf. Cranney, B. MoKillop (Convent of, Mercy.) Para ; U. Quilter, B. Mackenzie (Convent, of. Mercy), E. Baraea, N. Mackenzie. Intermediate Piano.—Honour...

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Social at Towrang. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

Social at Towrang. The »octal in aid of tho R. 0. Church at Now Country Flats, took plaoo at the reddened of Mrs. Ryan, 'last Wednesday eight. The day promised well, but unfortunately the night was very dark, thus proving a great hindmnoo to visitors coming from a aistaaoo on a bush road.; However, tlioro wero no less than 40 couples present. The porfeot arrangements for the evening'B cntertuiuruent nro duo to tho thought* ful efforts of Mrs. And tho Mioses Kyan. Tho gathering was concidorcd quite the smArto6t of it« kiud held hero for m'iny years, and as usunl was most liberally patronised by Gaul burn visitors. The most tasteful, as wyll as tho most refreshing looking decorations, were lavishly utilised throughout tho spacious build lug. A beautifully worked '• Wolcomo all " met the oye on entering the room, and all was brightness and gaiety. Tho musio was in the hands of Messrs. Fitzglbbon, Hyan and Pear son, which is suftlclcnt guarantee for its exoellonoy. Tho supper was all th...

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

Monday. Before the P.M. and Mr. F. Shepherd J.P. One defendant for drunkenness and dis orderly conduct, first appearance for about j years, was discharged. Another, for the same offence, was fined 5s. Another, sainc offence, js and three days to liml tlie money. John Thomas Itrise, suspected of being of unsound mind, was, on the application of Constable Ueacley, who arrested him, re manded for 7 days for medical treatment,

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

GOULBURN POLICE COURT, j » j SATURDAY. UbpoHU Messrs, \V. Oalc and G. S. Goiluau, J's.P. Annie Maria, cliargcd Willi being of un | sound mind, was remanded (or 7 days for 1nudic.1l observation. Constable Bcadcy gave cvldencc of arrest.

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Opening of the Dalton Creamery. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

Opening of the Dalton Creamery. The cercmony of opening the above took place on Saturday in the presence of a large gathering, including the Hon. J. Kidd, Minis ter for Mines and Agriculture, and Mr. W, Affleck, member for ^ ass Plains. Among the visitors were Mr. H. Joyce, manager of the Goulbtim branch Farmers' Co-operative Com pany. and Mr. James Graham, secretary of the Argyll* Dairying Company, Mr. James Wad l dell, Yaw, Messrs, H. B. Johnson, E. C, I Grosvenor, of Gunning. The machinery,sup plied by Messrs, Waugh and Josephson, consists of a 150 gallon per hour Alpha Laval Separator with boiler and engine, and cost £250. The ceremony of opening was performed by the Minister turning the steam on, and then followed several speeches. Mr. Kidd spoke at much length, and gave some interesting statistics regarding dairy ing. He touched on the tariff, and expressed the belief that it would be modified in com mittee. Mr. Afileck and others spoke. Ke freshmcnts were provided, and altoge...

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

PROSPECTUS OF The Werriwa Times Newspaper. Company, Lid.. (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, £1500, divided into 300 Shares o£ £5 each, of which 200 are now ottered to the public for subscription, payable £2 10s on application, and the balance at an interval of uot 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 fiill 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 deein 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.tlie Company, less any expenses incidental to its formation. The Company shall be deemed to be formed when 150 Shares have been subscribed...

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Goulburn Licensing Court. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

Goulburiv Licensing Court. Monday. Ukforf. Messrs. W. S. Caswell, P.M., and F« Shepherd, licensing magistrates, William Webb, through Mr. Belts, applied for a renewal of license for (he Prince of Wales hotel. Adjourned till Thursday. I S. G. Hryant applied for renewal of*liccnse ! for the Wayo Inn. Mr. Belts for applicant. Granted.

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Death of Mrs. Joseph McGovern. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 November 1901

Death of Mrs. Joseph McGovern. WE announce, with sincere regret, the death of a very estimable lady, who succumbed to a lengthy illness this morning, namely, Mrs. McGovern, wife of Mr. Joseph McGovern, of the Goulburn soap factory. The deceased lady had for some considerable time been in delicate health, and of late her complaint had turned to dropsy, which was the immediate cause of death, at the comparatively early age of 47 years. Those who knew Mrs McGovern   intimately had learned to appreciate her kindly and charitable nature, and in all good works her hearty co-operation and generous assistance were ever forthcoming. She is survived by her husband but no family. The funeral takes place to-morrow afternoon. Her sisters, Mrs. J. J. Reilly and Mrs. Clout, of Wagga, were amongst the family relations present at her last moments.

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Protectionist Demonstration in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

•-< protectionist Demonstration in Melbourne. ' The great protectionist demonstration, held In the Melbourne Town Hall on Monday night, was a complete reply to the freetrade meeting conducted in the same building by 'Mr. Held a few nights previously, Early In ■ .the evening the hall was packed to its full ■ capacity, and a Huge overflow meeting was held in the Temperance Hall. Right through ' the proceedings the utmost enthusiasm pre vailed, and (He cheers Of the working men, Who formed a large per centage of the ./i'lHtudtence, were in striking contrast to the .plaudits which emanated from Mr. Keld's ... meeting, to which admission was Judiciously • 'restricted' to tickethojdeis. The recep tton accorded the- Prime Minister was in the nature of an ovation, and hardly lets .warm was the greeting given to other Ministers—Bir William Lyne, Sir John Forrest, and Vr. Deakin.. Mr, Betzley, pro fldent of the) Protectionist Association, pro dded, aad ■ large number of prominent '...

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Goulburn Labor League and Debating Club [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

• ' V 'Qdulburh Labor. League and De bating; Club : 'IIbt u usual' on Monday evening, Mr. Wrigley, ;y p, toiho ihafr; About 20 membora put in - iri appearance, and after routine matters bad '; been dMlt '-With, the debate on the TarIB wan >•' letttmeli'. Meaare. Barrett, Molotyre, Taylor, Clanoj. Bcetnall, Bex, Judd, Goedman, and Tladaie toopatt.; The debate waa moat In terwtlng 'M ahoiring the direraUy of opintona ' nspeotlng the tariff. There will be no meeting until the 18th on aecoant of the holiday. A '' (book municipal eleoticn will then be held.

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Goulburn A. P. & H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

' Qoulburn A. P. & H. Society. XHE committee met this afternoon to consider a proposal ffom the Goulburn Cricket Asso ' clationforihc tree use of the show-ground for the cricket match against.the Englishmen next month.'. After consideration the com mittee decided that thcyc'oiild not comply the'reOueitl Baving recently increased the 'Charge toine: League of Wheelmen and the :-HighlandSocietv,.two regular customers, and they.decided-to-let'the association have, the 'ground for £15, a deduction of £5, the cricket ' association to- •• undertake any necessary Improvements.

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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY. Wednssdav. .^The steamer Mildura, a new vessel built for the A.U.S.N; Company, arrived from London ...t&day.; . j'a-In/'the action at Orange1 before • Judge rDockeW in which Arthur Harris,'miner at ^ucknow, claimed £200 damages for slander i fyom.Reverend Matthew Walker of the Aus* jifiraj.ian Chprch/.Luckriow. the jiiry returned v.a, verdict, jfor jplaintiff for (he full amount 1 • claimed. t*Y-' ' LONDN, Tuesday Aftornbon. Lord Kltohehor reports of the cngagomont at BnfonUftgte, near- Bethel, that after the 'Scottish horse had ohooked' tho flnuk attaok rth'e Dodrs'udJcr covor. olrclodround toother flank aad'ruahed the' guhs, killing Colonels Benson "SnS" •' Gutaesr." * Simultaneously tho wn (Utaoked,. preventing support being wnt. Tho Boers5 removed tho guns tinder cover of tho '• ritlsh Ambulance. A desperate attemRt was made after office hours yesterday by a man named Lanscoinbc to rob the Kennington Park branch of the • London South-western Ban...

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City Alterations. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

City Alterations. 0',0D808 being effected i'n. the bus). r®ml8,e\n1Au,bllr?-st'"'- ,rh° offlpos ol J 5 f*l?n<a MVtual Llfo Inauranco Company ?nd°' 'ho Southern Il.iildimj Society, adjoin fag tho Federal Hotel, havo been leased by the ?«US8 S00iety to Messrs. W. Wood.ani.Co, QB oihces fop their stock and station business* S r^'scs formerly occupied by the E. 8. and A. Bank in the Mechanics* Institute build* lngs have beon taken by tho two first-named Boclctiea. The long row of wooden buildings in Auburn-atreet east adjoining thoRoielle Studio and oocupjed by Mr. Mowbray havo bfen pulled down, thus removing an oyosjre from that portion of the main street, and commodious auction rooms of brick are being crcoted for tiiT i » J*0*501"*5* The Bank of Now South J u,9 "ave addition made to their banking promises to give room for the trans* action of the Old Ago Fonsion business* Mr. E, Long, dyer and fancy goods salesman, hu removed from tho promieos near Mewre.jV. Lausdowuu and ...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR TOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR TOR NOVEMBER. By A. Lan'sdowne, Seedsman, Goulbum. '1 his.recent copious showers have rendered (he soil in good order for reception of seeds of nil seasonable crops, and large areas should bs got in at once so that the plants may get a start before the hot weather. Many crops not usually sown at this season can ba tried, as it is so favorable. Do not allow the soil to cal?e and harden, but keep it loose and clean, and give all plants plenty of room. The pro mise is for stormy unsettled weather and thunder, with rain and hail;.hot at limes, and also cool sea breezes. Shelter tender plants from sun and wind, and have plenty of storm-water channels to prevent the land being overflowed and carried away. Make sheds and stacks secure. JCITpHEN.CARDO. Sow" wntuir/j rock; ■ and pie melons, cucumbers, pumpkins, squashes, marrows, egg plant, Cupc gooseberry, peppers, sweet and pop corn, celery, beet, cabbage,, cauliflowers, potatoes, turuijis, lettuce, cress, racldis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

vmsuss^tfmjmmm •59 NOW is the time to Buy your Clothing 2 " . _ at - '■{ § WOMBEY:%i vDAVIDSON'S. Hi ; ' . '*'9 Men's Tweed Trousers, 3/6,4/6, 5/ii, 7/n,'io n/0 " • .3 Men's Tailor-made Suits, 18/6, 22/6 to £2 : n - MftH's Khaki gtiil.s QI6—& Bargain-" • S Men's Drill Suits,12/11.'-Nicc and Cool for the Summer. S. Juvenile Glothing. ' Wc hold an Immense Stock of Boys' and Youths' Clothing. Khaki Norfolk Coats only 4/11—nil sizes up to 13. - • . ALL GtOTHING TAILOK-MADE. 1 2 — < | Wombey & Davidson, jj | The Reliable Drapers, Huburn*st., Goulburn. | Reputation cannot be stolen. When you see a man enjoying a certain reputation you may be sure tliat it belongs to liitn. Our reputation for. keeping faith with'the public asregnids 1 QUALITY & PRICE • belongs to us absolutely ; it is not somebody else's, mislaid ; it- isn't a£ misfit. It sticks to us bccause it belongs to tis, arid we earned it by giving :> SATISFACTION, not Sentiments.;, FACTS not Fa...

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Cable News. LONDON, Tuesday. CHRISTIAN BOTHA, cousin of the Boer-General, has been captured. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

Cable News. Lo.ido.v, Tuesday. Christian Botha,cousin ofthe Boer-General* has been captured. • • • Major Woolla Siimtiscm'i fight agalnit tha Boers was In the teeth of a blinding^storm. The two guns captured have been removed bv the Boers. "A British force In the neighbourhood o! Aliw.il has captured 21 Boers, including th* whole family of a noted local rebel. - Lord Mcthucn has captured. 11 Bberi, 70a cattle, and many waggons in the Ruitenburg district.- . ' . .. TheChaucellor.of the Exclicqucriays that he may be compelled, in view of.,the waf dragging on, to ask for even greater taxation. The Queen is sending silver-mounted briar pipes as a Christmas gift to the troops in South Africa. •• Colonel Benson's death occurrcdwhen Ha was restoring order amongst his, melt, who had been disorganised by ;i heavy thunder' storm, under corcr of which General,Botha's 1000 men rushed (lie ridge which .the British were crossing. • Officers and men were falling .fast, bill Colonel Benson saved th...

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