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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Friday. The Manner Court to-day opened an inquiry into .the : collision between flic steamers Uovericmid Cloncurry at'8ydney Heads on October 13th. - In Banco to-day the constitutional question whether post-offices, having been transferred to Federal government, offences committed in them couid be dealt with by the state was further argued before Justices tc'phcn, Simpson, ana Owen. ;.Thc case arose from an offence'committed at Afmidale post-office. Proceeding. A conference between the Clothing Manu facturers' Association and the delegates from Tailoresses* Union, held at the Trades Hall last night, did not terminate tfll two this morning. LONDON, Thuwdiy Afternoon. At a meeting of the .homo counties liberal federation At which Lord Onrrington' presided , h dmugncl wqr made tlint the B- ei* tthi'iiM im-1 mediately be offered autonomy trimil.-ir to thut enjoyed by Australia vitbiu a fixed early period. • . Lord'Kitchener reports of the engagement at Jirakcnl...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901

SPORTING. THE TURK. V.R.C, Race;.—Oaks Dav.—Fine weather prevailed and a large attendance was present to witness the third day's racing. Results i— November Hurdle Kace, 2 miles: Informer I, Bel.oka 2, Siara 3.' Second Nursery Handicap, 6 furlongs : Lord Middleton 1. Kentucky 3, Cinutiaron 3. Flying Stakes, 7 furlongs : Sequence 1. Wakeful 3, Paul Pry 3. AV011 by 7 lengths. Carnival Handicap, li mile t Caledonia George Frederick 3, Flagship 3. Oaks Stakes, ll mile s Ucaiibu 1, Cretonne 3, Australia 3. won by 4 lengths, J.,17}. Killy Stakes, 4 furlongs s Fishery i, t'iWl j, Kairliiwn 3. Veteran Stakes, 1J mile t Turban 1, Atbara 3,I.ord Rudolph 3, The purchase of Huutvlllcis, the Derby winner, by Ml*. James Kwen for South America was Completed on Thursday, yhen the horse performed ill a highly satisfactory gallop before his prospective owner at Flem ingtoii. The price paid was 3000 guineas.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Holiday Arrangements at the Post and Telegraph Offices. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 8 November 1901

Holiday Arrangements at the Post and Telegraph Offices. O.v Monday the post-office will be open from o to 10 a.m., and there will be but one delivery that day, in the morning. The telegraph office will remain open from 9 to 10 a,in,! and from 6 to 8 p.in, New* reached Goulbum to-day of the death of Mrs. I. X. ( 00k at Hay. Mr Cook was formerly a draughtsman at the Goulburo. Survey Office and was well-known as a Somlnent worker In the IVedoyan Churoh. e was also a member of the Liedertafel. The deceased lady was 40 years of age and leaves a largo young family. She had bien in delicate health for some time.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

COMMERCIAL. Gouluuhn Prices Cukkext. (It must be understood that these prices are those offered by the local merchants to the producers, and not those quoted by the merchants to buyers.) Flour, £6 ios to £7 per ton Wheat, 23 2d to 2s 4d per bushel Bran, 8d to Qd per bushel Pollard, gi to lod per bushel Oats, feed, 3s 3d to 3s 6d Maize, 3s 3d to 3s 5d per bushel Hay, rack, £2 33 to £3 j chaffing, £2 to £2 5s per ton Straw, 37s 6d to 30s per ton Barley, is 9d to is per bushel Potatpes, old, £2 10s to £3 103 per ton ; new,£6 to£610s Onions, :6s to 17s per cwt' Chaff, £3 5s to £3 J2s fid per ton Bacon, 7d to 7Jd per lb Mams, 8}d to 9d per lb Butler, dairy-made, 7dto Bdperlb; factory made ordinary, <jd j creamery, lod Lard, 6}d to 7d Eggs, 7Jd to 8Jd per dozen Hides, 3ld to 3 jd per lb Sheepskins, merinos, from 4d to 5d per lb, and croasbrcds, 2jd to 3fd Tallow, £17 to £18 per ton in shipping condition; broken packages, £15 to £16 Wattle bark £4, hickory £1 les per ton Cheese ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Departure of the Rev. Father Clement, C.P. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

Departure of the Rev. Father Clement, C.P. Thf. "Freeman's Journal" writesReaders ot the " Freeman" who have had the pleasure : and-the privilege of attending a Mission given by the Rev. Father Clement, C.P., will regret to hear that he sails to England by the Ger man Company's line of steaml>oats on the iOth instant. The boat by which he sails is the Rhine. Father Clement has laboured in the Australian States for over-12 years, and ; perhaps there is not an important centre of population which he has not visited and fired with holy fervour by his earliest and eloquent preaching. As is well known he has only recently returned from South' Africa, whither he went as chaplain to the troops, and where ! he met the late Father Timoiiey. In Knglaud Father Clement will be located at the head house of the Order, and the scene of his , early studies. Says the freotvadc Wnggu " Express" What strihea most ouluokers now is nut that the Government got a majority of fourteen on the censure mot...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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DARING HIGHWAY ROBBERY. Man and Wife Assaulted. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

DARING HIGHWAY ROBBERY. Man and Wife Assaulted. The recent list of highway robberies in this and the neighbouring states received an addi tion on Saturday night, when a singularly daring coup was effected in Parramatta-road, a short distance from the city boundary. The victims were Mr. Jaines Hayes, a butcher, carrying on business at 120& Liverpool-street, and Mrs. Sarah Hayes, his wife. At about 15 minutes past 11 Mr. and Mrs. Hayes were proceeding in a sulky along Parramatta-road, near to the University, when they were savagely attacked by three or four men. In a few minutes they had been severely beaten about the heads with sticks, and considerably injured. Their assailants took from the vehicle a bag containing ^40 in gold, silver, and notes, three cheques, and a government pay slip. The men then decamped. The men were scarcely out of sight when an electric tram proceeding from the city came into view. Mr. Hayes succeeded in attracting the attention of the conductor, who...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Cable News. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

Cable News. London-, Saturday. The Canadian Government has reminded Great Britain that the offer made in April to send more troops to South Africa is still open. Sir William Vernon Harcourt, in condemn ing the conduct of the war and the treatment of rebels and prisoners, inferentially urges the concession of all Boer claims. There were birthday rejoicings on Saturday throughout Great Britain, at the embassies, and in all the dependencies. In London there were illuminations at night. A message of congratulation was sent to the King by the Lord Mayor of London, and the King returned a warmly appreciative reply. In the Lord Mayor's show, which was a pronounced success, was a car emblematic of the Commonwealth. The car was greeted with acclamation. King Edward created the Duke of Corn wall and York Prince of Wales, • Thirty prisoners in a Kansas gaol over powered the guards, killing three and injur ing several. The prisoners escaped, M. Lessar. the Russian Minister at Peking, strenuousl...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Arrival of Archbishop Kelly. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

Arrival of Archbishop Kelly. In a heat just fairly supportable large num bers of people assembled on Saturday after noon to witness, and take part in, the recep tion of his Gracc Archbishop Kelly, wtio has come from Rome to assume the office of co adjutor to Cardinal Moran. People gathered in thousands on the domain to cast of Farm Cove, lined the route taken by the procession, and crowded St. Mary's Cathedra! to its ut most capacity. Such a hearty wclcomc by the members of the Catholic community must have been cal culated, if anything was required, to make his Grace feel at home in his new surroundings, and to convince him that on these shores, shores, as he himself afterwards said, of un rivalled beauty, there live thousands who, descended from the Irish race, possess in no lessened degree that spontaneous good nature which had been In all times so prominent a characteristic of the people of the Emerald Isle. He was received on shore at Farm Cove, and taken in procession to St. Ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

IT XT LEMHI Excelsior Stores, 65 Atibcn?. street, GOULBURN, you cax BUY YOUR lliSHSEI. leaper THAN" Any -House Sis Town. Sail and See din!. City Mutual Life Assurance SocSety Lindfced. The Most Progressive Life Office in Australia. Its Policies Contain the Most Liberal Conditions of any Socicty. Large Annual Bonuses. MONEY~TO LEND Freehold Security. Loans arranged ^ to extend over a number of years by iaay Repayments. C. J. McSHAXK, District Manager. Doiirke-ritreet, Gnuthurn. E. E. MORQANTsolicUoTf GUNNIXG. Opj>uailv Tuleflraph. IItkl PROSPECTUS OK The Werrisa Times Newspaper Compaq, Ltd (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, ^1500, divided into 300 Shares of ,/"S each, of which 200 are now offered "to the public for subscription, payable £3 tos 011 application, and the balance at an interval of not less than 3 months from date of formation of Company. 50 Shares, jCiiliy paid up, will be allotted to the vendors, Messrs. Locke and Barrett', in full consideration fo...

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A Patriotic Cockatoo. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

A Patriotic Cockatoo. JIr. N. J. Pcoi-XLEit of Mnrulan wiltts: —" That Australia's sons are loyal goes without Enying, but that her cockatoos ato is known to very few. The follow ing particulate are given in deta!l to allow thoso who read to make their own deductions. Wo possess a very intelligent cockatoo. My wife ana family being away from home, I brought cockle and his cage inio the oiHce for company (these birds delight in com pany), and placed the eago upon a table closo to ouo o£ Montgomery, Ward and Co.'s (U.S.A.) colored maps of the world hanging on the wall, whioh is encircled by the principal flags ot the world (coloured). Now, Cockio had access to the whole of those flags, the cage being large and in close proximity to the map. Our feathered friend simply ignored every other flag encircl ing the map, and deliberately chewed up " ICruger's South African Eepublio Flag," leaving only tbo letter-press to indicate wliero the ling had been. The above may appear to many as hardl...

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Testimonial to Dr. O'Haran. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

Testimonial to Dr. O'Haran. Tub address and testimonial to tho \ ery Rov, Dr. O'Haran, in conneotion with recent legal proceedings will bo formally presented at St. Bfary'fl Presbytery on Saturday, 23rd matant. The amount of the testimonial is cotwcea £6000 and £9000. The Right Rev. Dr. Chalmers, Bishop of Goulburn, is progressing satisfactorily in Dr. McCormaek's private hospital, Potts' Point, The injured knee la doing well, and the uixidcnl, though very painful,istiotsotcriouj at \ya» at first (wed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

BE. & SUPPLY PIANUS, ami Limited The " ISERMAJCN" PIANO cannot bo surpassed. The Noted and.Much Admired " HAPS BURG" is undoubtedly the Piano of the Age. Ten years' Guarantee. , We supply these,Pianos everywhere for Cash, or upon Easy TeflTIB if desired. Catalogues Supplied. Evolution is the law of nature. With the introduction of our New and Splendid ..." ^ is signalled the completion of another long stage in the march of progress No house should be without one. Sewing Machine Write for Catalogues, 0, 9 a. a. brown, i Manager. *noi^«jiuri jouajut pire snotmds jo ojUAvaq pure pnejq S(lLNflH IVNIOIHO HHi mewo nojC aras o3pajitt nc^JEUl om UO ZV*K\ em «q 19 pet;iszp« XJT"4*4!*® •; ptw *0tat) jo ?■») win poo|i *uaoQinof» ie X»uo pwjnpe;nuBW «* q»{|a 'ATNO HiaM')d ONDfVn - . \ NDH TVMiniMO ?«HJ ie^/oqiirrnoae<fi/n,u®a8SeP*<i;*Dpeseaemeie*3 otftin notjiin oj tajsap /oq?'®Jnpvjninrm .xiocftfo j^p-uoj s« jjo potted iiot&q. «J» uopmoj fn^vg jouajxtf aaa...

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CROOKWELL. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

CROOKWELL. (From our CohrkspondenTi) One of the most succcssful socials ever held in the district took place In the showground pavilion on Friday night. There were fully 220 couples present, including residents from all the surrounding districts, and no doubt the Rev. Father Carroll will reap a handsome sum towards the erection of the new convent. The hall was nicely decorated and the music, in the hands of Mr. Caspers (piano) and Muller Bros, (violins), was of the usual high* class order. A strong committee had charge of the floor and other arrangements, and were j assiduous in their attentions to visitorsr The I ladies of the church committee assisted by I other friends, supplied the refreshments which were served in the spacious luncheon rooms at the rear of the building. Here a number of willing workers were busy looking after the wants of the dancers, for the night was rather warm, and to say that they succeeded is only a mild way of expressing it. During supper extras were con...

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THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Programme of Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS. Programme of Matches. November 9-13.—South Australia (No. i), at Adelaide. November 15-19.—Victoria (No. I), at Mel bourne. November 22-27.—New South Wales (No. j), at Sydney. November 29*30.—Albion C.C. iS, at West Mailland. December 2-3.—Northern District Club 18,' at Glen Innes. December.—Vacant (probably Annidale and Newcastle.) . ; * December 13-1S.—No. 1 Test** Match, at Sydney. December 20-21.—-Gouiburn , 18. December 260&—-Bundigo United C.C. IS, at Ucndigo. January l-o.—No, 2 Test Match, at Melbourne January 8-9.—Stawell C.C. 18, at Stawell. i January to-u.—Ballarat C.C. at llallarat. January 16-20.—No. 3 Test. Match, at Ade laide. January 24-27.—Country Team, at Melbourne. January 31, l'ebruary 5.—New South Waleb (No. 2), at Sydney. February.—Vacant (probably Bathurst or Wofiongong). Fcbniary.i4-ig.—X0.4 Test Match,at Sydney. February 22-26.—Victoria (No. 2), at Mel bourne. .March 1-5.-—No. 5 Tc.<i Match, at Melbourne. March 11-12...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

GH2AS. ROGERS & 60. Buggy and . Sulky Harness. "We Were fortunate in landing our shipments of English and American Harness before the imposition of the tariff. This harness has been un packed and is now on view in our sbdp windows. We intend that our customers .shall have the full benefit of this purchase, and we have marked every set at the old price without one penny advance. Best English Harness. With solid nickel mountings, extra heavy saddle, patent leather collar, double hip straps, heavy traces, 4 rows stitching, our price 17s 6d. The price of this harness with the duly on Would be £6. ■ "Best English Harness as above, but heavier, £5 5s. Tiie price ot this with duty on would be £6 7s 6d. This Harness is the uest value we have ever offered to the public, and at the price we are selling it will not remain long in stock. Buy now while you have the'opportunity. American Harness, collar and hatnes, 55s, 6$«t 85s. ■ . .• :Best English Pair Horse Harness, £8 xos, £g 10s, .£...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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English Cricket Team. First Game of the Tour. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

English Cricket Team. First Game of the Tour. The first match of the tour of MacLaren's English Eleven was commenced ;it the Ade laide oval on Saturday. The attendance numbered about (3ooo, and £260 was taken at the gates. The South Australians won the toss, and occupied the creases almost the whole of the day, scoring 230 runs. The Englishmen had 12 minutes' batting, during which they obtained seven runs without loss. Play was painfully slow. South Australia made a most inauspicious start, losing Jarvis before a run had been scored, and, with only 2 on the board. Hack was sent to the pavilion. Giffcn and Hill carried the total to 15, at which the veteran played on, and, with 5 added, Recdman (South Australian captainl was caught. Hill, recognising that lie had a heavy task before him, batted cautiously, and, with Leak, put a much better aspect on the South Australian record. It was only owing to a good slice of luck that Hill was not out when he had scored ti. The ball cannoned on ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Week Day. Day 01 Month. JJ •jr. ^ 2-js" Sunday Monday Tuesday.... Wednesday Thursday... Friday Saturday.... Nov. 10 tt it n '2 I» 13 ». J4 tt 15 .. 16 4 47 4 4^ 4 46 4 45 4 45 4 44 4 44 6 5> 6 V 0 31 ti 8 6 36 4 9! 5 22 4 47j 0 16 5 26 7 7 6 8: 7 57 6 55} 8 46 7 44) 9 32 8 36; 10 14

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

SPORTING. THE TURF. Rosehill Races.—The first day came off on Saturday last. There was a large attendance of the public, though a large number of pro minent Sydney sportsmen were in Melbourne assisting at the wind-up of the V.R.C. meet ing. The weather was too warm to be plea sant, and in the majority of instances the races were easily won. Results:— Hurdle Race, 2 miles: Gygces i, Lochinc 2, Redlight 3. Maiden Handicap, 6 furlongs : Air Motor I, Childers 2, Blackwing 3, Sprinters'Handicap, 6 furlongs: Fantoi 1, Scots Guard 2, Bitlli 3. Nursery Stakes, 4J furlongs": Ceres i, Scar let Runner 2, Coetus 3. King's Handicap, ! J mile and 100 yards: Ryde i, Wonga 2. No third placcd. High-weight Handicap, 1 mile: Cm 1, Hilda 2, Orphan Boy 3. The second day's raccs will be run off to day. V.R.C. Racks.—The spring carnival was brought to a conclusion on Saturday, The weather was gloriously fine, although some what hot, and the attendance very large. Results:— Spring Stakes, i£ mile: Haymaker...

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Werriwa Times. MONDAY, NOV. 11, 1901. SIGNED NEWSPAPER ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

Werriwa Times. MONDAY, NOV. n, igoi. SIGNED NEWSPAPER ARTICLES. Ok wlmt advantage would it be to the public if every article published in the newspaper press was signed with the name of the writer? Mr. Quinn, member for Bligh (Sydney) has introduced a bill into the State Parliament enact ing that all comments in the press should have the names of their authors attached thereto. It is styled' the Newspaper Articles Bill, and the debate on its second reading stands adjourned till next week. The public utility of this measure has not been disclosed. Nobody cares about the name ot the writer of any article. Whether signed by William Smith or Thomas Jones dees not add to or take from the merit of thcarticle. In factthe thing written under present conditions is judged on its merits alone. If it coincides with the feelings of the reader or the reverse, it is of little use to him to know its author. Sufficient for all purposes is the knowledge that the proprietor of the sheet has his name i...

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A Cattle Drover's Dilemma. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

A Cattle Drover's Dilemma. QOEiiraEwit, Saturday.—An impottaiik caso came on hero yesterday, at thei local Police Court, before Mr. J» lloKensey, Polico Magis* trate. Horace Wheatley, drover, Gunning, naa charged with stealing one bullock, the property of Mr. John Gsffagher, selector, of B appears that Wheatley was in chargo of a mob of mixed cattle, numbering 740, en routo to Bombala from Gonlbnm. In all the 748 head of cattle thore were 100 different brand*. When passing Gallagher's, in a lane, with a line fenoe on either bide, it eeema Gallagher's bullock got through, and could not b« Identified by Wheatley when required by Gallagher. Hence the proceedings were taken byAfter°hearing the caso at conjiderable length, the- P.M. dismissed it. It appeared that Wheatley's permit did not give the brands ana description of each beast* The municipal council of Hay has accepted the liability of the government undertaking the construction of sewerage works for that '°Brlllsh farmers and dai...

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