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COURT-HOUSE AT MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

; COURT-HOUSE AT MARULAN. Mut Kose, Sr.!,.A.,has received tlio followum from llic Public. Works Department In reply to your letter of the «Stii Mav last, I have the honor to inform yriuthat the mihister hit-; approved of -the sum of £460 being noted for 1 consideration in connection with .the next loan estimates, fof the purpo.se of erecting a I new court-house at Marulan."- • 1

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WELCOME TO REV. A. M. GAULD. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

WELCOME TO REV. A. M. GAULD. Tin: members of St, Andrew's Presbyterian Church celebrated the iiuluctiou of the Rev. A.«M. Gauld by an entertainment in the Odd fellows' Hallon Wednesday evening, at which, notwithstanding li.te unpleasant weather, a good audience assembled, Mr. Forsyth acted as chairman, and in opening the meeting read a letter from Kev. A. M. Tail, formerly minister of the church, congratulating the congregation, on Mr. Gauld's appointment. Mr. E. Ingleton opened the musical part of the entertainment with, a song, v/hieh was followed by Miss Donald singing, "The Carnival." Mr. W. A. Davidson then sang " For liver and for Kver " w;\s encored. Miss Lily Thomas, a new arrival.in.Goulburn, sang "Asthore," after which Mr. C.' Kcrguson gave a selection of Scotch airs on the violin, and Miss Lees satig "Oh Divine Redeemer," for which she was encored.- '-Mr. Aslbury contributed two recitations, and this was fol lowed by a duet by Misses Harper and Matthews.The Greenwood Tree...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAVALRY BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

CAVALRY BALL. The members of the Australian 1 lor.se are to be congratulated on the success of- their first ball which took phtee in the Oddfellows' Hall last night. Success usually follows energy, . and there is no denying the- fact' that an amount of energy was . put into .the arrangements for the ball which not only assured, but deserved success. The committee responsible for carrying out -■"the * ball 'were Troop' Sergeant • Major-' AVedd, ■ Quarter ^Master Scrgcant/'H. OIBncni' I'arricr-jlergeant bake, Corporals K. Hunt, ft; Hetts,.and Troopefs Hi Hccgftng and Johnson. The M's.C. were Karricr Sergeant Cake, Corporals H. Harris, and IS. Hunt, and Truoper M. Beegling. The ladies supper committee \vero Mesdaifies'A. B. Chisholm, Gillillan, Wcdd, and Misses O'Brien, Betts, Beetling, and Hunt. * Table decorating committee were Miss * Mattic Chisholm and Miss Betts. The decorations were excellent, the idea being purely military or rather Australian Horse. Swords and carbines being ar...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE ROYAL BIOSCOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

Till; ROYAL BIOSCOPE. I'N'imiMiTKiu.Y tlic* linest entertainment ever hi llit? district," was the luiaiiiniou* opinion .of the crowileir assemblage at the Krica Society'* niceiinjra oil Tucxday night at Men i tono, when Mr. 13. I!. Stevenson exhibited hiy magmliccut ecriiw of IJioKraph and Cineninto graplnu views. Thu filmn worn really mauler pimum of plmtwraphie.urt, ovorythn« boinu clearly dcliucd, reulintiu aud novo). There wiw not iv dull'moment, the kcturcr obtaining tho. rapt ujid euthttKiaHtio attention of the audience. Sir. Stei>hunsou hurt a most pie/want Htylo.of explaining .tin hccikm. . nuil by tho manner in which he recited '•« Curfew Muitt Not ltuiK To-night," illustrated with aliduA, ho-proved fiimnelf a eultnrod and iinWicd oloeutionibt. Our raulem will no doubt bo I pleased with thu op/uictunity of vvitnesKinir this entertainment, tho p-irticularn of which uro'£ut out i i our advertising uolumua.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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PARLIAMENT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

PARLIAMENT; ^ Wednesday, August J. •, ' In the Legislative Council the Vicc Presideut of' the Executive; Council moved ::n address of condolence'with KinU Edward VII. on the death of liis mother, the late. Queen; and . made a short speech,'.in .which'lie mentioned the qnalitie's;which had. endeared her to her people. ?' The' motion vwas seconded' by ,Mr.'« Hughes, in a- few sympathetic words, •>, and was then earned in reverential silence. The next matter was the passing of the address to the Duke of Cornwall and .York.iu.-conuection with.his visit to Australia, and this also was,.carried unanimously. The death of _ the Do wager-Empress, of .Germany formed the subject of another motion for :.n "id'efress tc? 'the King, 'and was moved without'-notice. • The Vice-President ;of the Executive-Council in 'speaking to this eulogised her. late Majesty, and :i|so retorted to the relationship .whicl.i pxisled .between her and King Edward VII-I and to her excellent qualities. This motion w...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, AUG. 9, 1901. THE IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

Werriwa Times. .... .ERIDAX, AUG.. i), igoi. THE IMMIGRATION- RESTRICTION BILL, 3Tsa two measures by which the Federal "'Government proposes to" cnrry out the tiews of the Labor Party with respect to the colored alien question are directed ; towards the exclusion of all undesirable immigrants in one oase, and of the " Kanakas, or South Sen Islanders, iu ■ the other. The reason why two separate billB are considered necea?nvy for the purpose is becauso tho employment of the latter on tho sugar plantations in Queensland involves many important questions, notably tho continued oxist-1 ence of that industry, which do not •rile in connection with immigrants of other races. The bill introduced by the Prime Minister under the titlo of the Immigration Restriction Bill, and which WW read a sccond timo on Wednesday lut, expressly provides that it shall not .. apply to tho Queensland Acts nndor ' Which the Kanakas have beon imported for many years paBt by tho sugar planters. Those Acts mil bo s...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

WliliKLY CALENDAR.' Week Day. ■. Day of Month. WSJ '|w It .S -Si Sunday Monday...... Tuesday .... Wednesday Thursday... Friday Saturday .... Aug. 4 ii 5 „ 0 it 7 n 9 II r 10 6 4O 6 45 6 43 6 42 6 41 6 40 6 39 5 l(> S.I7 .5 >7 5 18 5 1 5 5 21 9.39 s 30 10 44 9 7 11 50 9 46 a.111. 10 29 12 57 11 16 2 0 p.m. 3 =! 1 4

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

CHAPTER n. It was the first time the Misses Hallo had found themselves completely boffled, and this by an insignificant chit, whofe pveRonoo it) the house was merely permitted to oblige their father. Assuring themselves that it -was for Jane's sake, they treated the intrudor as a dangerous creature, who must be assniled with every weapon in the feminine quiver till she could be taught to know herself better. They contrived to avoid being seen Anywhere with her; there were always exouens found for nnt using the tickets Mr. Halle brought home for exhibitions, concerts, etc., and Lotta would not have gono anywhere if Mrs. Halle' had not j proved more considerato than her i daughters. 1 Then they persistently thwarted _ her 1 unconcealed preference for Olive's • society; and she was either prisoned at 1 the chess-board, a game she did not like, or entrapped into winding silks and 1 teaching Aurora new stitehes in laae • work and embroidery.. i But just as the amiable sisters wore congra...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

GQULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tub regular meeting was held on Thursday, night, when, there were present—Aldermen Knowlnian, Kichardson, O'Brien.'. Ayling, Wilkie, Mitchell, Barrett, hud Newn'an. . Aid. Knqwlman was voted to the chair. Following on the confirmation of / the minutes,. Aid. O'Brien moved, "That this council places .oiT 'record 'its sympathy and condo|ence with his. worship the .Mayor in his recent'sad bereavement, hy the deattf .of- his mother, jy.uly .Lackey." HefeJtWe that all the aldermen would sympathise with the Mayor, and he was satisfied that he voiced the opitvon of the council when he expressed the regret they felt at toe cause of his worship's absence.* •, ; • •••.-• •• Ahlerman Kichardson, in seconding the •mothu, said most of those present must'have experienced the loss occasioned by the death of a parent, and he did uotthiukit was neces sary for him to make any remarks in support of the motion. . : '• v <• •' , ;•*; The resolution was carried. ' ' "...

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Lady Jane. CHAPTER I (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

Lady Jane. CHAPTER I (Continued.) I hope she will go away before doarost Jane comes to us," Aurora said to lier brother, when he askod how they had beeu getting ou with thoir guost. "It will b> too humiliuliug to have to introduco her to Lady June!'' added Diana. " You think so ? Then you had better osi Jier ladyship to dutur hor Visit," said Olive shortly. His sisters screamed iu concert Deprive themselves of the society of : Ihoir favorite friend for such a girl as Lotta Maynard! "IfliadyJane " ' "Oh, bjtherl" was the astounding response. " I'm sick of hearing Lady : Jane's name on your lips!" And shocking to relate, Clivo Bang duots all tho evening with Lotta, or else eat at the piuno with hor in such 1 earnest discourso tlmt his scandalised sisters bceame sulky and wont off to bel

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GOULBURN LANDS OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

goulburn lands office, j TtlK following applications were nude on Thnr-dav Matthew W oothvaril iTedric Chnriris," 114J aires c.l., Strathaird; Albcrtl Matthctv Jlnrsl), 640 i'trej, a.l, Xvttiry, I

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Attempt to Rob a Bank. A Revolver Duel. Further Details. ALBURY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

Attempt to Rob a Bank. A Revolver Dwell Further Details. Aluukv, Wednesday. At 7.30 011 Tuesday evening a deter mined attempt to rob the Henty branch of the Bank of New Soutli Wales was only frustrated by tha courage and boldness of two bank officials. Messrs. Lamport and Hazel ton had just finished tea, and had adjourned to the manager's room, when two men with masks and false beards walked noiselessly into the hall, and prepared to take the officials by surprise. At this moment Mr. Hazelton started to leave the room, meeting the intruders at the door. They successfully attempted to force their way into the room, one of them presenting a revolver at Mr. Hazelton, and threatening to shoot him if he made the least noise, while the other poyereci Mr. Lamport from a distance of about Oft, Mr. Hazelton still continued the struggle, and for a second the man threatening Mr. Lamport looked round to see how his comrade was faring. Mr, Lamport immediately seized his revolyar, ftijcJ firec) i...

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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTEK I. What had become of Selby Arden ?— handsome, clever, diibonnaire, the lucky young fellow to whom an aged kinsman had just bequeathed the line estate of Arden Towers, and who was currently reported to have won the liand of the fairest debutante of the season 1 What had become of him ? A hun :lred voices were asking this question, uicl not one could be found to answer it. There were the half-dozen friends, tvith whom he had been touring in Norway, all able to avouch that on a certain day, he, in the best of health and spirits, had left them at Paris— which gay city they were visiting on their way home—declaring himself too impatient to reach England to remain with them any longer. Then his valet avouched for having packed his valise and carried it to the railway station, whence he started, giving the man directions to follow in a day or two with the remainder of the luggage ; and a couple of acquaint ances, who bad encountered him at Calais, told how gaily he...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

Furniture. ANYONE REQUIRING New or Second hand Furniture Cannot do better than Call at Railton & Co. AUBURN-ST. (near Gillespie's Factory). Wc Manufacture All Classes of Cabinetwork and Upholstery. Repairs a Speciality. Picture Framing Faithfully and Cheaply Done. FOR SALE, Two'Spring Sulkies. £ s. Short Shafts, 3ft. 8/11. wheels ... 6 „ 4ft. 2in 7 „ „ 4ft. 4111. „ ... 8 Three^Spring Sulkies. Short Shafts 8 „ „ better finish.... 9 I full squab back-... 10 | „ rack, 2 steps 11 | „ wheels ij-, quality guaranteed 12 \ „ best finish, quality guaranteed 15 101 Pull Tray Sulkies. | Shafts 9 _ I „ full back 10 101 I it 11 quality gua- . ranteed 12 101 Penberthy & Donnelly's Patent Spring Shaft Sulkies. | Shafts, quality guaranteed ... IS 10 S ,1 best finish, quality gua ranteed 18 10 Bent Shaft Sulkies. | Shafts, good quality 12 10 | „ best finish, quality gua ranteed 18 10 f „ best finished 15 10 Wc stock the Best English and American Buggy and Sulky Harness at the price, ...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 August 1901

' GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR i AUGUST. By A. Lansijowne, Seedsman, Goulbiiru. The very severe winter has stopped growth, but during August there should be a little improvement. Many crops should be got in at once. As potatoes will be very dear, it will pay to put in a few early, and cover them from frosts. Further severe weather may be expected, cold winds, frost, snow, and rain. Get all heavy work over, and give plenty of manure to all crops and fruit-bearing trees, and let all land be broken up deeply to enable it to retain moisture, KITCHEN GARDEN. Sow parsnips, carrots, beet, onions, cabbage, peas, broad beans, lettuce, raddish, leek, &c. Some turnips may be tried. Plant out asparagus and rhubarb roots and dress beds. Toma toes may be sown in boxes. FIELD. Sow peas, onions, cabbage, early potatoes, grass seeds, mangels, and prepare land for swedes, &c. ORCHARD. Finish pruning, planting young trees, draining, trenching, and manur ing. Be careful to plant young ...

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SHEEP-DOG TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

SHEEP-DOG TRIALS. Ax Intci-statu Shccp-doi.' Trial, for nri/cs amounting to i loo, was held mi Friday and baturday on the racceourac at (Jcclonc, The trial was i-airied out on the Jlallcsc Cross plan, winch was adopted from the Sydnev trials, anil is so dillicult to negotiate that several wagers were laid at 10 to I that no dog would gut throng!). There were 35dogs in the competition, and the first nrwe of ^7? \ya? won by Wallan, a splendidly trained dog, Mr' Quimtt of Coota mundra (New South Wales), The dog accomplished the task in 14 minutes 45 seconds, or 15 seconds under the time allowot}. Spieler, owned ty Mr.. \V. T. Grant*, of {Sressy, anfj pionje, be|onj*ing to Mr. D. Fqx,"of Hamilton, ooth did good work, and secured second" qnd third prizes respectively. |

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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RAILWAY ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

RAILWAY ITEMS, Mr. ]•;. liuthnancc, wlio has for some years past been chief clerk in the district Inspector's olTice, Goulburn, has been appointed to the reheving staff, and is now acting as station master at Hurslvinc. By his departure from Goulburn the ambtilancc corps loses a prominent member, aud bis loss as a crickctcr will be severely fete by the south ward team His many friends on thp railway staff here intend to present him with a memento of his sojourn amongst them. Mr. C. Goode from the chief .traffic manager's officc, Sydnev, has succeeded Mr, Huthnanee, and commcnccd his new ditties last week, In order (o facilitate the transaction of stock business, the conduct of that work lias been transferred to the officc of the district inspec tor, which is easier of access than that of the stationmaslcr, where it was carried on formerly. _________

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CAVALRY BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

CAVALRY BALL. The names of Ihe following ladies were nol! included in the list tliat appeared in our last' issue Mrs. Onslmv-Tlionipson (Tnrnlp), j>alc blue Jamievjii, Mjck silk (Jibhc, bl.uk silk Freeman, pitik Thomson, black Miss Mary Studdv, white Furrier, blue* C. Moriartv, black Morton, black silk K. Morton, pink Hope (Sydney), pints Maker, black Morricc, white \ ctiic Johnson (Sydney), pink cashmcre. satin and jet triimuinirs L. Ranken, white Pearee, while.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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STEVENSON'S ROYAL BIOSCOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

STEVENSON'S ROYAL BIOSCOPE. Is* variety and excellence (he entertainments being given by Mr. Ii. H. Stevenson are superior to anything of the sort we have had here. The great attraction is the bioscope, and this machine, which is the very latest, shows the pictures clearly, sharply, and with out any dicker. In addition .some tine lantern slides are shown, and altogether an enter tainment of a most fascinating character is provided. On Krid.iy and Saturday nights the audiences were highly pleased. Sir. Stephenson gives an additional zest to the entertainment by his happy descriptions in connection with the scenes and pictures pre sented to view. Last night Mr. Stevenson's illustrated lecture entitled, "The Footsteps of Our Lord," won the highest encomiums from the large assemblage present. The closing performance takes place to-night, and those who have not vet attended should not fail tt, see the marvellous piece of mechanism which | Mr. Stevenson so well control*.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GOULBURN LITERARY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

GOULBURN LITERARY CLUB. ; Mr. Sexdall presided at (he weekly meeting !on Saturday. The subject, "Tennyson," proved too general for a single evening's discussion, and members generally restricted themselves to that phase of it first called at tention to by Mr. Taylor, in his opening remarks—the poet's religious intentions. It was decided to discuss other phases at a subsequent meeting. Next Saturday Mr. Costley will contend that the govesnment1 should be its own hotclkeeper, for the sale of1 intoxicating liquors. .

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