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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Programme of Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Programme of Matches. November 9-13.—South Australia (No. I), at Adelaide. November 15-19.—'Victoria (No. 1), at Mel bourne. November 22-27.—New South Wales (No. i), at Sydney. November 29-50.—Albion C.C. 18, at West Maitland. December 2-3.—Northern District Club 18, at Glen Inues, December.—Vacant (probably Armidateand Newcastle.) December 13-18.—No. 1 Test Match, at Sydney. December 20-21.—Goulburn 18. Deccniber 26.28.—Bendigo United C.C. x8,fit Bendigo, January i-G.—No, 2 Test Match, at Melbourne January 8-9.—Stawcll C.C. 18, at Staweli. January 10-11.—Hallarat C.C. 18, at Ballarat. Janunrv 16-20.—No. 3 Test Match, at Ade laide. January 24-27.—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. 4Test 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 Broken Mar...
Cable News. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
Cable News. London. tuesday*. Fob tho two years ending Etcher 81 the loss in tho, British Cold force was 3887 officers and 74,040 mott, including 855 officers and 111,939 men who died, and 2504 uflicors and 57,136 mek in vatided home. A Natal colonist named Vaurnoyon has been seuteuced to 18 months' im prisonment and a fitio pi- £1000. lor goiug over fo tho enemy. " Lord Kitchener's wenkly report show* that 28 Boors were killod, 11 wounded, aud 276 taken prisoners, whilst 23 sur rendered," and largo quantities of rifles, ainmunitiuii, waggons, and cattle were captured. Tho situation iu Cape Colony has improved. .. Mr. Chamberlain is soleoting 100 .Englialiwoinen, trained teachers, for tho education of children in the con centration camps. Tho ODgnRPinent'is for a year, and tho terms offerod aro £100 and rations. The "World" states that the King is in robust health, and denies that his Majesty is suffering from an affection of the throat, or that ho hits undergone an-operation. To aw...
Sydney College of Music. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
Sydney College of Music. The following arc (he complete results of . the local. dominations in conncction with J tl\e above college: O' J, 'piano. ^''Advanced Honours.—Mary Crann.cy, 82, : Convent j, Agnes Caispers, 81, Convent; Kuby McKillop, 80, Convent. Pass.—Helena QutUer, 73 Convcnl; Eva McKenzie, '69, Convent; Nestor McKcnzie, 69, Mr. Thorman; Ethel Barnes, 63, Mr. McConnell.' Intermediate Honours.—Alicc Downey, 82, Convent; Lottie Huylield. 8i, Mr. IIollls;; Elsie BurrcltJ Bo Convent. Pass.—Lucy. Kussell, 75i Mr. .Hollis ; Ei leen Knopp, 73, Convent; Mary Scott, 72, Mr. Holhs; Kuby- Kruton, 72, Convent; Phyllis Boissicr, 69, Mr. IIollls. „ , Primary Grade.,—Honours; Lorna Mac kenzie, 88, Mr.—Thorman. Pass :* Ursula j Mooney, 75, Convent; Grace Hex, 75, Mr. | Thorman; Monica Locke, 71, Convent; lfagdefene Moloney, Sites Myra Hunt; | Annie Berrell,7l, Miss Mimic Hunt; Florence Huthwaite, 69, Mr. Thorman; Bessie Melrose, 68, Convent; Arabella Melnness, 67, Convent; Vary Crelghto...
Old Aged Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
Old Aged Pensions, Tbe old aged pensions board granted th« fol lowing applications yesterday John Brown, 69, laborer, Tats Road, Timothy C'Leory, 67, laborer, Tarago. Jane Foley, 60, Joshua-street, Gonlburo, invalid. Isabella CattwrigM, wider*, 60, Invalid) Eastgrove. Ellen Carney, 61, widow, Sawpit Gtall)', ■Wheco, Invalid. . . Maty Brown, 60, name, widow, Invalid. George Mallott, (armor, 8H| Kang&looti. francos Elizabeth Dennis, 03, Robertson, in* valid. Mary Roach, widow, 01, Croo' well, invalid. John Smith, 6S, laborer, Pome ray. Mary O'Neill, 66, North heeo. Borah Pigott, 60, widow, Lorne-street) Got)!' burn, invalid. Thomas Sharp, G', farmer, Iiongrcsah. Lancelot Fosick Smith, 65, gardener, "Wash« away Creek, BuugoniB. Robert Quick, 63, Forest Lodgo, lato Rook wood Asylum, late miner, invalid. At the opening of the sitting Mr. CaetvelL on behalf of the board, highly complimented the police on the satisfactory manner In which tbey bod carried out their share of the work...
Railway and Tramway Employees. Extension of the Eight-Hours Principle. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
Railway and Tramway Em ployees. Extension'of the Eight-Hours Principle. In iho Legislative Assembly on Wed nesday afternoon, Mr. McGowon asked (he Treasurer if the govemmont bad arrived at si derision with regard to the resolution carried by tlie house as lo 48 hours per .week to state employees. Mr. Waddell, in his reply, said that as the house had twico affirmed the substance of the question asked by the member for Bodfern, it romained for the government to give effect to sucli decisions, and, as an instalment, provi --alon would be made on the next Esti mates to -enable the Railway^ Commis sioners to extend tho eight-hours principle to tho running stnft of the railways and tramways from tho begin ning of the noxt financial year—viz., the 1st of next July. l'ho persons comprising tho running stnfl are the cngineiMvors, iiremen, and guards on the railways, uud the steam and electric motor drivers, gnp'r men, and oond'uctors on the trams: -Tho number of men affcctod on the railways ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
Wanted, TIDY GIKLtoassfcttn Homework. MRS. BARRETT. WANTED, T--ADY Canvassers for inland towna all " through the Commonwealth for articles in great demand, and particularly in Lady's line. Liberal Commission. Apply MOWBRAY & CO., 893 Auburn-street, Goulburn. G. ASHLEY TPOR Best Bread and Pastry. Wedding Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and Socials catered for. E. ASHLEY'S 'EA ROOMS, 73 Auburn-street, next N.S.W. Bank. Country patrons receivc evrey attention. Pot of Tea and Refresh ments 6d. Government Architect's Ofiice, Goulburn, 4th November, iQOt. mENDERS, addressed to the Clerk of Petty Sessions at the Courthouse, Goulburn, and endorsed 11 TENDER FOR PAINTING COURTHOUSE," will be received up to noon on MONDAY, the 18th NOVEMBER, 1901, for PAINTING EXTERIOR OF COURTHOUSE, GOULBURN. Plans and Specifications arc to be seen, and forms of Tender obtained, at the Court house and Government Architect's Office, Goulburn. ERNEST E. HOISSIER, District Architect. TENDERS. WANTED ...
ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
ACCIDENT. Mils. Robinson, housekeeper to Mr. Mowbrav writes to express her gratitude to Dr. Hand cock for his treatment 111 connection with an accident she met with on Thursday. She received a fall amongst some timber at the rear of her residence, when a splinter entered her arm near the elbow. Mrs. Kobinson was about to proceed to the hospital, but on her way she called at Dr. Handcock's. The doctor treated her at hi:) residence, and did so most skilfully, removing the piece of wood which was 2} inches long. There would have been a certain amount of delay had she to go to the hospital, and for the doctor's considerateness in so promptly affordinc relief she is most thankful. Treating it as an hospital ease he would not accept payment
Musketry Course—Australian Rifles. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
Musketry Course—Australian Rifles. i Australian Kitles has just coin pleted the annual musketry count*, with a highly satisfactory result, showing that the shooting capabilities of the men are of a very high order, which is all the more creditable seeing that the course was conducted with a; new rille only issued four daws previously.! The company has the honoir of having among Its members one of the youngest marksmen in the State, Bugler Young, aged M. who made a score of 159. Fifteen of the company quahlied as marksmen with scores ranging from 201 to 153 ; twenty-eight passed as hrsUclass shots, and t\vcnty*one as second class shots,
Welcome to the Rev. R. M. Turnbull. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
Welcome to the Rev. R. M. Turnbull. . .r A parish social to welcome the Rev. R. M. Turnbull, the new curate, wis held in S. Saviour's Church Hall on- Wednesday. The attendance was very large, crowding the hall, and included visitors from the country parts of the parish. The Rev. Canon * artin, rector, presided. The hall had been' most tastefully decorated by several of the ladies, and bore a most picturesque appearance. 1 ne gathering was in every respect most successful. • " * , The proceedings commenced with a lew remarks from the chairman, who extended a cordial welcome to all. • Miss Ritchie then brilliantly performed Chopin's Polonaise on the piano,-and was loudly applauded. ... The Chairman said the gathering had a twofold object. The first was to welcome the Rev. Mr. Turnbull, and the second was that their meeting in a social manner would tend to their knowing one another better. In his old parish these social gathering did much good, and he hoped the present would be the for...
Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
Mechanics' Institute. 1HE monthly meeting of committee of the above ivas held last evening. The usual monthly accounts were passed for payment The house committee and Mr. II. lidwards reported that M instructed they had inspected the technical class rooms to ascertain cost of preparing them for billiard tables, and stated the necessary alterations with the erection of piers for tables would cost about £75. THev added that they had decided it was inex pedient to consider the alterations remiiri-H in the hall until the technological museum had been removed to its new premises It «, resolved to instruct Mr. Manfred in prepare pl.Mis and specifications for littine in rooms as a billiard-room, and for providing for an entrance from Montague-street to IS lass circle of Hie hall. Mr. W K. Rilevsent n 11s rcsigna ion as a trustee of the institute. j k"1 wai accepted with regret, mda "lotion was passed, thanking Mr, Bl|ey w Ins leiifithwctl scrvicvj m a trustcvj 5
GOLSPIE. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
GOLSPIE. (From ouk Correspondent.) Concert and Dance.—Tboso who woro mpon siblo for tho organisation of the concert and danco in aid of tho School of Arts, havo overy rcason to feci well pleased with tho results of I'riday night's entertainment for success marked every feature. Tho attendance was boyond all expectation, and tho numorotis re calls showed that tlio efforts of the vocalists woro fully appreciated ; tho pongs of Miss Morgan and Mr. Kindon proved particularly pleoEiogtothelargeaudienoe Mr.O.O.O'Brien, who mudea most efficient chairman, on behalf of the commlttco, thanked tho ladies and gentlemen whoso kind assistance had make the concert a success. 'Iho programme was as follows:—Overture, Carnival de Venice, Miss Morgan, and Messrs. tluller Bros.; song. Ever of 'lhce, Miss Morgan; song, Erin on the fthlno, Miss While; song, Whacky Whacky, Whack, Master E. Croke ; song, Barney O'Hea, Miss A. Goodhew; recitation, Saltbush Bill, Mr. (J." P. • haw ; song. Keep the tlome Toge...
Bankruptcy. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
Bankruptcy. In rc Denis Hatmahury of Golspie, grazier. A single meeting for the examination of bank* rapt and the proving of claims was held yesterday before Mr. G. B.T, Boilcau, district registrar. Mr. Belt# (for Mr. Clifton of Crook well) appeared for the bankrupt. Bankrupt deposed that he had never been bankrupt before nor had lie ever assigned his estate for the benefit of his creditors; be attributed his bankruptcy to the pressure of the Bank of New South Wales, Taralga; when he commenced grazing in 1873 he was worth about £1000, composed of stock and land; he had no money at the commence* inentof the petition for his bankruptcy, buton the contrary he owed the bank money ; the Bank of New South Wales obtained a judg ment against bankrupt in the Supreme Court last September; execution was not issued, but the bank made him bankrupt; the bank has a mortgage on bankrupt's land since 1890; he has lost sheep and catlle within the last two years through drought; bankrupt gave a wool l...
PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
PARLIAMENTARY. In the Legislative Council on Thursday the third reading of the Temora.to Wyaiong Railway Bill was carried by 18 to 10. In the Assembly the sitting was continued from Wednesday up to 3.10 p.m. on Thursday. Tiie Estimates in chief were disposed of. The South Australian Treasurer says that if the intentions of the labour party regarding the tariff are given effect to heavy direct taxa tion will be necessary. The "countryparty" in Victoria is in favour of reducing the duties on a dozen articles in cluded in the federal tariff. The Federal Government proposes to take over for five years the control of New Guinea, The expenditure involved will be £20,000 a year. 1 The Carpenters and Joiners' Society in Victoria threatens to withdraw from the rail way service all its members who are receiving less than 10s per day. The Hon. S. H. Hyain, M.L.C., died at his residence at Katoomba on Thursday, aged 64 years, ____________ The tender o( Mr.E. Mathcw, chemist,has been accepted fo...
A Military Field Course. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
A Military Field Course. Captain* McSiiank, of E Company, Goul* burn, will attend the special lidd course to be held near Sydney from nth to 22nd inst. The school is to be held on active service conditions, and the troops will bivouac from night to night according to the operations of the day. All arms of the service will be re presented, and it will form one of the highest military schools held in the state. Captain McShanc will attend as a mounted ohiccr, ;and he has been invited to join the staff 1 column leaving Victoria Barracks at 10 a.m. I on Sunday morning for the 8outh Coast.
Goulburn Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
Goulburn Progress Association. The monthly meeting of committee was held at the secretary's ollice last evening, The president was in the chair, and there \V;13 a large attendance; A letter was received from thu Kailway Commissioner!! regretting that they could not see their way to place more lamps in the lane leading from the rail way station to Eastgrove. The committee resolve to approach the borough council on the matter. The department of lands wrote that no lease of the Bungonia caves reserve had been granted. Mr. A. E. Chapman, M.P., wrote that a sum of £}0 had been made available for repairing the road between Bungonia and the Look Down, and that the matter of the erection of a shelter-shed at the Look Down was under consideration. It was decided to assist the Southern Cricket Association as far as possible in relation to the visit of the All England Eleven to Goul burn. The secretary was empowered to make inquiries about the placing of an addi tional postal-box 011 the hill ...
PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901
PITHY PARS. Fixe. E, Company. Picnic season. Musical young folk. Private C. Morris, 201. Edward VII., 60 to-morrow. Bugler Young, 14, marksman, 159. • South African War in its 3rd year. Hospital Saturday looming in the distance. Kev. R. M. Turnbull welcomed to Goulburn. 1 Goulburn virtues :— Sobriety, singing, shooting. I . True Australians Rcj*.»ct Importers' Fiscal' Fables. Constable Porteous (" Texas ") transferred; to Cooma. "Texas" will show theCoomaronians how1 to shoot. . Goulburn publicans met on Wednesday re prices of refreshments. Nothing was done to disturb the sweet threepenny tranquility of the beer. The Woman's Suffrage League is not going to let things rest in regard to the franchise. Sydney League is also actively working, Many freetrade papers in N. 8. Wales are attacking Mr, Keid for the part he played in obstructing parliamentary work by Ills useless censure motion. Under cover of, probably, the most highly protectionist tariff the word ever saw Eng land's great w...