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Electrocution. The New York System. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

Electrocution. The New York System. Eleci'kocu oios, as an agent for the judicial taking of life is unknown in Australia,, where the crude mode ol hanging is still in" vogue: Here the sentence is " be hanged by the neck until you are dead." But *vitli Czol rosz the death-warrant signed by Justice White was addressed to the agent and warden of Auburn State prison, .directing liiui to execute the sentence of the court within the walls of the prison on some day during the week beginning Oclobcr 28, by caus ing "to pass th rough the body of the said Leon F. Czolgosz a current of electricity of sufficient intensity to cause death, and that the application of the said cur rent of electricity be continued until he, the said Leon F. Czolgosz, be dead." What, then, is electrocution? It prevails in the Stato of Now York, although most, if not all, of iho other States of tlio Union adhere to hanging, although Now York has got beyoud the experimental stage. But it cannot be questioned tlmt elec...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Week Day. Sunday. Monday. Tuesday Wednesday] Thursday Friday ... Saturday, Day of Month. ' Sun Rises. Nov. 3 » 4 5 52 »i s 4 .i* u & 4 5' » 7 4 5» 11 B 4 4<< f. 9 4 4t II >10 51 6 25 12 10 6 2b 12 49 ii 50 6 26 I 25 p.m. 627 I-SB 6 28 2 31 629-3 S 6 30! 3 35 ■ 45 2 41 3 35 4 29

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The War in South Africa. The Fight near Bethel. LONDON, November 8. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

The War in Soutfi The Fight near Bethel/ ■. London.' .NoTembfll 8. The casualties to the British.column in the fighting at . Brakenlaqgte,. near Bethel, were chiefly among thelStorlh. amptons, the East Kent Eegiijaont, the Yorkshire Light Infantry, the. Scottish Horse, the Cheahiros, the.CToIdetream Guaids, the King's BoyalBifle Corps, and tha Koyal Artillery, „ ■ - $>wfafer4. • Further particulate are Ito'.'Jh'and of the fighting at Brakenlaagte,noith-weBt of .Bethel,"in the.' Eastern Transvaal. General Louia Bqtha,., marching northward in his retreat from the.Natal frontier, joined a big commando which was entrenching at'B'rakenlaagte. Colonel ,G. E." Benson', '-filching ■from his base on October 3<y iattacked the entrenchments, and fell mortally wounded. The British were, deprived ;of their guns, but the accuraterifle',shooting deprived either side of an opportunity of securing the weapons^' Major Woolls. Sampson,, intelligence officer of the force,' upon' tlie "dis...

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How is it Done? [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

How is it Done ? No. 353, writing to an exchange, says .:—" 1 have just read your Gossip oil Marsupials," ami h'ow they bring forth their.young. Now, all, ornearly all thinking bushiuen believe the young arc torm-d on the teat of the parent. Xow, for the sake of argument, sup pose the :icicntillc gentlemen arc cor rect, and the young of the marsupial are born in the usual manner, allhough in a very impsrfbet state. Now, what I wish to kno.v is: How, in the name of common sense, are they placid 011 the teal after birth ? Fancy an old woman kangaroo groping about among the grass lor a thing about the si::e of a blue bottle fly. (I have seen them 1:0 inrgiir); t'icn, inter finding it, to lift il up, foruu tlio mouth opoD, aiid mouth boiug no larger at tho'opmiing tban a yrain of quuii shot, and tlion place tlio tuat in tho mouth. Why 1 do not be liovo a watchmakor could do it with.nit killing it. Why do not ti.eso eoicnt'.fic old goutlomon toll ua how it isdouo? To mo tlioy appoar to b...

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Werriwa Times. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6, 1901. THE CRUX OF THE SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

Werriwa Times, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6, igoi. THE CRUX OF THE SITUATION. From every platform in Sydney- and suburbs come frenzied protests against the federal tariff. Freetradc federalists have been joined by anti-federalists in .opposing it, and the chorus that goe9 up is loud and penetrating. Most re' markable at these meetings is the anxiety expressed for the "poor work' ing man." His golden sovereign that he has struggled to earn is discounted by these orators as only being worth fifteen shillings, the remaining five shillings having been swallowed up by thc tariff. He mtistcive what he earns on Monday, to the Federal Government before he begins to earn the rest of the week for himself and family. His capital is only his fleeting strength which lias to be renewed by each night's sleep. All this and more is urged with nauseous iteration by the opponents of the Barton Ministry. But it is also remarkable that no workers or poor men take active part in this crusade, They are" singularly d...

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Collision with a Tram. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

Collision with a Tram. A sensational carriage accident oc curred in Fiinders-street, Melbourne, ?o.S?,t5!#ayniSllt,and the occupants (Sir William and Lady McMillan and Senator Sir John and Lady Downer) nan-owly escaped fatal injuries. As it was, Sir Wm. McMillan only was hurt, he having sustained several cuts about the head and a few bruises. The carriage was taken out shortly before the accidcnt happened in charge of Andrew Gibson, a driver in-fche employ of the Melbourne Club stables. Atthe east end- of Flinders-3treet the horses took .fright at a tram, and bolted ..furi ously along the' street" towards Spen cer-street, a large number of .people experiencing miraculous escapes 'from being run over, , When'at'the end of Elizabeth-street, after, having pissed through a, dense stream of . traffic in Swanstonrstreet,.' tBecarfftEff.'' Came into collision with the back oi a'' Rich mond tram, the windows' of' which were all smashed, causing great alarm. The horses were ^injured, though'...

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Crookwell News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

'.HHtl'. jErwKwell i News.:*, . (FkoSi our Correspondent.) Cup Day'and interest in the great event is evidently increasing every year. - Several of our townsmen have backed their fancies, and before this article is in print some of them arc bound to be a little better off, as nearly all the; starters have their admirers. A very pleasant social was held at the Temperance Hail on Thursday night last, the event taking the form of a send-on to Hr. and Mrs. Levy, who have been residertts of this town for the . past 14 years. There were about 40 . couples present-, and after supper had been partaken of, which was of a high class order, Mr. TozeV, J.I*., on behalf of the ladies, presented Mrs^ Levy with a silver cake (ray and a gold aifiethyst brooch, and in doing so referred to Mrs. Levy's hospitality and sociability, and her readiness fo assist in any public movement during Iter long resi dence in Crookwell. He also thought it was gratifying to see so inany present, and con cluded by wis...

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Ramsay Bush Case. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

Ramsay Bush Case. Joseph Francis, or Aloysius Camp bell, 34, labourer, was charged before the Central Police Court on Monday with carnally knowing Stella Haddon, a girl under the age of 10 years, to wit, of ttfe age of 8 years. Detective Keating had charge of the case, and brought the man from No. i Police Station to the Central about xi.30, and'kept him in a side room out of observation until he came before the court. So far from being a fair man, as described, he is decidedly dark, with a head of unkempt hair, nearly black, and heavy dark mous tache, arid'straggling, bea'rdj with dark brown eyes. He is of slight build, and was "dressed in a blue serge suit of store clothes, considerably worn and dirty, as though lie had been engaged at work in the country. His height was 5ft. 6in. Detective Keating applied for a remand upon the Ramsay Bush charge. The date of the offence was October 1' last, and the bench granted the application for eight days. Bail was not applied for. There was ...

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The Late Accident to Young Walsh. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

Tlie Late Accident to Young Walsh. TO THE BDlTotl. Sin,-••While fully recognising the great need there is df caution and moderation in expressing J an opinion regarding tho actions of any official of a public institution,! I-utay yet be permitted to refer to a fow olrcumstanccs in connootion with the above-mentioned accident, and, for the pake of exactness acditp p.wvtsnt all danger of misapprehension, I may be permitted to use some degree of repetition. Yourcontemporary roceived a comraituicfiUon lliortly tiftcr tho accident referred to from the father of tho injured youth. In reply thereto/ Or. Burkitt, stated that ho was just leaving the hospital After having treated two eases una ho returned and exnrnlued tho injury to the leg, which was a compound fracture, causing a wound which was bleeding a good deal i ho gave instructions to tho-nonet to attend to It and put ou temporury splints till the artivul el Dr. Uaudcock, whoso enso it was ; and, that nothing . further was necrewry t...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. V.R.C. RACES.—CUP DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

SPORTING. THE TURF. • V.R.C. RACES.—CUP DAY. Hkavy rain fell during Monday night, and up to 10 o'clock yesterday, when the sun shone out brilliantly; The course was in splendid order, and the attendance numbered about 100,000. Following is a resume of the running:—. Cup Hurdle Race, 3 miles—Arcadia i, Re vella 2, Informer '3.' Won by 4 lengths, Tat ter Wallop and John Rid fell; John Rid broke a leg and was shot. 5.56}. Railway Handicap, 6 furlongs—Glen Albyn 1, Kenlcy 2, Fortune Teller 3. Won a hard fought race by half a length. I.I7J-. Nursery Handicap, 5 furlongs—Loyal, 1,. British 2, Golden Tresses 3, Won by two and a half lengths, 1.3}. Melbourne Cup, t miles, A handicap sweepstakes of 30 sovs. each, -wflth 5000 sovs,. added, Second horse 1000 sovs,, and third 560 sovs. out of the stake i—Mr, C. L, Mac aonald's b.g. Revenue, 5 years,-7st. lolbs. (Dunn), J! Mr. J. Trim's b,h, San Fran, 4 years, gsl. 7 lbs, (Knhn), 2; G. Martin's cti.h. Khaki, 4 years, 7s, n lbs. (Houseman), 3. No...

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

DO YOU READ THE MERRIM TIMES, ■ AND — Goulburn District News ? Subscription, - ■ ■ 12s. per Aj*num, YOU WILL FIND IT Interesting and tJp*to*Date, in addition "to being a Firstglass Advertising Medium. Sport, » ^ Politics, ** Agriculture, Mining, . Industry, Commerce, — ALL RECEIVE — Careful Attention in oiir Columns. Please Cut This Out, or Copy It, and enclose'3s., 6s., 9s., or 133., covering your Term o£ Subscription The Prop letors,Werriwa Times," Goulburn. Please send me the Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News, for a term of months. , ; Signature ' WHEUST You H'ivo a Lot of Moa Engaged It Must Mean You Are Doing Lite of Business. Z have IBE KEN AND TBE BUSi'NE83 TOO. Af • r Si von'< o i Yoc t«< f Con. tant and O.reful Attention to I'UBlnrai and MODEfcATH CHARGE-', 1 Uv rcao'jcil THE TOP, And am low THE LEADING fLDMBEft of lite Fouihorn Distrio:. W- J- LE/WO/NJ, vebner - street, GOTJLBUHN. WINE. WE liavc just received a first consignment of 5000 GALLONS...

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

PROSPECTUS OF Tiis Wirriwa Times Newspaper Compry, Lid (To be.registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, jgigoo, divided into 300 Shares of £5 each, of .which 200 are now offered, to the public for subscription, payable £2 jos on application, and the balance at an interval of not 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 full 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 deem expedient. .\To 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 the 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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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXXIII (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

Love's Triumph. .'.(..-CHAPTER XXXIII (Continued). ■ "But this could only be a dream !" Laviilia repeated. " A sillvf meaning less dream !" VHush,I Why did you speak? •.Your voice has driven away the recol lections that were coming back to my mind I" . "They are not very flattering ones . to me !" she pouted. " It does notap ..pear to liave.been my image that filled .your thoughts." ,"No; I never saw that look in your eyes that beamed on me from hers when she led me gently to some quiet green spot, where I lay calmed by the mesmeric touch of her soft hands till they banished all pain, and if I dreamed at all it was of heaven." " He is mad I" said Lavitiia to her self. " He is mad ! If anyone should hear him talk in tins strain it will get to the ears of Eustace Leyland, the next of kin, and he will take s{eps to have him placed under control. And then adieu' to all my hopes of being lady of the Towers !" "For goodness sake, Selby I" she cried aloud,- "don't talk such non sense. It i...

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

The WHITE HORSE HOTEL, ' Auburn-street, Goulburn. First-class Commercial & Family Hotel. Moderate Charges. T. W. Jacob. Proprietor. MR. V/. E. OWTER, attorney, solicitor, & proctor;j k . COMMJS8IONF.R FOR AFFIDAVIT*, |t MONTAGUE » STRBBT (over Sands' Sale Yards), (' GOULBURN. ! VISITS GUNNING FIRgT FRIDAY • OF EVERY, MOlffH. Agent for Imperial FlrtJliisar«K» Co. Ltmitedr

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

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An Electrical Man. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

An Electrical Man. An American exchange contains the followingOne of the moat interest ing and remarkable of automata is the electric man invented by L. P. Pqrew; of Tonawanda, near Niagara. Falls, New York.' The automaton is 7 ft. 5 in. high, and is clothed in a suit of white duck', with a white yachting cap upen its head. The feet are made of inlfalcd india-rubber, and wear a pair of 13J shoes. The hands are wonderfully life-like in appearance, being brown, as if from exposure to the sun attd wind. They hold metal rings attached to chains, which are connected with the car drawn by the automaton. When the figure is. first set in motion there is a little whirring noise, as though clockwork had been started. After a hesitating, step or two the. figure walks smoothly, evenly, and almost-noiselessly, and can keep up a good pace for ;in almost indefin ately.long lime. Within the figure is a talking-machine which, 011 thcoccasion of a recent trial, said in a clear voice, "I am going to w...

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

Wanted/' V. TIDY GIKL to assibt in Hoiiscn'drk. A - IUUS. BAKKETT, WANTED, LADY Canvassers for inland towns all through the Commonwealth (or articles in great .demand, and particularly in Lady's line. Liberal Commission. Apply ' ilOWBKAY & CO.,. 393 Auburn-street, Ooulburn. £. ASHLEY " ~ "POR Best Bread and Pastry. Wedding Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties ana docials catercd lor. • E. ASHLEY'S ^I^EA ROOMS, 73 Auburn-street, next N.8AV. Dank. Country patrons receivc evrey attention. Pol of Tea and Refresh-' ments fldi . •. • • . FOR SALE, A MASSEY • HARRIS' MOWING MA CHINE, almost new. Price, £9 10/. A Bargain. Apply 0. H. KURNER. " pRIME TABLE POTATOES 6/- per Cwt. or £$ Si- by the ion. Also a Superior Lot of New Potatoes and Onions Cheap, P. McSHflNE. St. Saviour's Cathedral. PARISH SOCIAL To Welcome the Rev. R. M. TURN'BULL, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6th, 1901, at 7.45 p.m. in Church Hall. Excellent pro gramme. Admission:/, Hospital Saturday. \ MEETING ot LADIES willing to assist ...

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Programme of Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. . Programme of Matches, November 9-13.—Soulh Australia (No. I), at Adelaide. November 15-19.—'Victoria (No. 1), at Mel '• bourne. November 22-27'.—New South.Wales (No. 1), at Sydney. November 29-30.—Albion C.C. 18, at West • . Maitland. December 2-3.—Northern District Club 18, at Glen Innes. December.—Vacant (probably Armidale arid Newcastle.) December 13-18,—No., 1 Test Match, at . Sydney. Dcpeinber 20-21.—Goulburn 18. " December 26-28.—Bendigo United C.C. 18, at Bcndigoi " ' " •' January 1-6.—No, 2 Test Match, at Melbourne •January 8-9.—Stawell C.C. 18, at Stawell. January io-u.^-rBallarat C.C.; 18, at Ballarat. January i6<aour»Ko:ri3 -Test : Ade • laide. ;n ut- ••• anuary 24-27.—Country Team, at Melbourne. anuary 31, February 5.—Neiv' South Wales (No..a), at Sydiiey. 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 Me...

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JUNIOR CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

JUNIOR'CRICKET. • I Xov. 9 and 16, King's College v. Combined ; schools, QqUege wickct. Nov. 33.; and m. .King's College v. Cuckoo, "College wicket."

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The English Cricketers. Interview With Maclaren. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 6 November 1901

The English Cricketers. Interview Willi Maclnren. The lini'lisli cricketers arrived at Adelaide on Monday unci were wcl comcd hy the South Australian Associ tion. Keptying to the toast of his health, the English crtpfyin said :— People tried to make out lint Austra lians had noihing to gaia and every thing lo lose ill test matches. He could assure them that Australians would liave to play .1 good game to win. He . Jcnew the Australian' eleven was very fine, and if it were as good as when he "was last in Australia, then their work .was more than cut out. 'in regard to •" -the bowling thry were a bit weak. . His bowlers would not fee! hurt when ' lie siiMtb.it, because bowling in Eng land wis riot what it was live or six - ys;tr;i ago. ; But .there were no batter n't 11011)3. (Cheers.) Xo dtfubt-ilisy wmM tlwy lost the .• V- :-.i - mutch that they slioukl have had. so and-so in the team, but he was quite prepared to take all the blame in {that direction. All the matchcs would be test ...

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