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

DO YOU READ THE NERRIH1 TIMES, — AND ■ Gotiluri District News? subscription, - - - 12s. ter ANNUM. YOU WILL FIND IT Interesting and Opsto*Oatef in addition to being a Firstclass Advertising Medium. SroRT, Politics, Agriculture, Mining, Industry, Commerce, — ALL RECEIVE — Careful Mention in sur Columns. Please Cut This Out, or Copy It, and enclose 3s., 6s., 93., or iss,, covering your Term of Subscription :— The Frsfiisfors, " WeiTiv/a Times," OGUiburn. Please send me the Werriwa Times and Goiilburn District News, for a term of months. Signature e. AXYOXE KEQLT.dNG" Newor Second iiaiui Furniture Cannot do butter than Call al Railton & Co. At,*UL*KX-ST. (near Gillespie's Factory). Wc Manufacture All Clares m* Cabinet Work and Upholstery. Repairs a Speciality. Picture Framing Faithfully and Cheaply Done. £157 WORTH JUST OPKN'ED. larratt&ti 203 Huburn»street. SUITS £2 ISsTt8 £4 15s. FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS, J XE£ Gall per hour. . fjj HAND-MACHINES, I j;f| From io to ioo G...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. By A. Lansdowxi:, Seedsman, C5r,•album. The recent copious showers have rendered the soil in good order for reception of seeds of all seasonable crops, and large areas should be got in at once so that the plants may get n start before the hot weather. Many, crops not usually sown at this season can be tried, as it is so favorably. Do not allow tiie soil to cake and harden, j lv.it keep it loose and clean, and give i all plain.; plenty of room. Tiie pro- j mise is for stormy unsettled weather j and ilumder, with rain and hail; hot; at times, and also cool sea breezes, i Shelter tender plants from sun audi wind, and have plenty of storm-water! channels to prevent the land being! overllowed and carried away. Make J sheds and stacks secure. KITCHEN' GAHDBX. j Sow water,5 rock, and pic melons, cucumbers, pumpkins, squashes, J marrows, egg plant,' Cape gooseberry, j peppers, sweet and popcorn, celery,) beet, cabbage, cauliflowers, potatoes, j turnip...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXXIV (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XXXIV (Continued). "Ail," he responded, "except that I must beg you to toll mo whether yon endorso the limn Naylor's statement that these'1-—lio licld'out the packet of letters—" aro youis.' : She could not quite conceal her Uneasiuoss, though Bho ropiieil loudly and defiantly that tho question was merely a subterfuge to gain, time: an evasion made bocauso ho imew not how to justify himself. "Have,I not already told you," he retorted, " that nothing is farther from my thoughts? I repeat thnt I dislain' to make any attempt to excuse luystlf, { I ask you again, Lavinia, if theso arc yours? If that man has spoken truly, and thoy were written by you to hiru,' take them and do with them wliai you will." They were snatched out of his hand and torn into a thousand pieces. " You are as mean as lie is oruol," Lavinia raved, "or you would not liavo road silly girlish effusions never in tended for your eyes." '|I had not read them, although invited to do so," she was to...

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

The WHITE HHRSE HOTEL, Auburn-street, GOULBTim First-class Commercial & Futility Hotel. Moderate Charges. T.W. Jacob, Proprietor. M. W. E.,.DWJu| ATTORNEY, StiLlcM, t PROCTOR, Commissioner ' for* rArtirfcfcrls, MONTAGUE - STHBB* (over Sands' Sale Yards), 1 VISITS GUNNING FIRS* WIMlt OF BVERY'MOK'rtl. Agent for imperial-Fire ianufUA Co. Limited.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Mr. O'Malley's Candle. The Tasmanina on Freetrade. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

Mr. O'Alalley's Candle. The Tasnianian on Freetradc. Mil. O'Mai.lby (Tasmania): I want to say, that I am somewhat jealous of the leader of the opposition, r was tolcl when I came here that I should have a monopoly of the liumoiir of the house, but 1 Unci I ain not even a little flickering light alongside of this great electrical lamp. Mr. O'Malley produced a candle from his pocket, and lit it, in order to read his speech. • The Speaker said he was not allowed to read li is speech, so there was no need of a candkv ... Mr. O'Malley.: The difference is this, Miv Speaker, that the electric light represents protection, and this candle represents freetrade. I will put it out. It is going oat to-night. According lo my honorable friends opposite, if freetrade should become the policy of Australia, the clothes of the people will never wax old ! They will never get shiny at the elbows or the knees. The Loots of the people will never wear out, but will grow on lliem, as./tlicy did on the child...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XXXV. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

CHAPTER XXXV. Business suddenly called Selby to the Towers ; business of so much im portance to one of the oldest tenants on the estate that for this farmer's sake he postponed his departure from England. He regretted the dclnv, for he was Jevonslily impatient to get away from i:c country (hat held Lnvinia. She jiucl mortified, she hud disappointed Imn to such an extent, that although aware she had left him 1101111111; lo regret m the rupture of their en«7i«e f.n.enf'- Y[as,,'ot.-vel:ibJc lo con^atu late himself tJiat it wasnt an end. when lie did return to London he round .*[ mlc of notes and" circulars .waiting urn. One of. the former was addressed1111 the bold, irregular liatid nini 'i18 ° .^"Shfrley, and fearing that it contained an attempt lo rcconeilc mm to her cousin, he was layiiur it aside unread when he happened to glance at the postmark. Mrs. Shirley was 110 longer at Chisle J , i sil.c ''aci returned lo the house of her artist friend. J Curious to know why, he opened it,...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Albury and Mr. Ashton. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

Aibury and Mr. Asliton. Tub Alhury lirnnuli of tlio Freetrnrie j anil Wbersil Association hiivo invited j Mr. Jnmos Astilon to contest tbo linmn I sent ngiiinst Sir William J.yiio nt tlio linxt oluciioii. Mr. Aohton ioplia3 that it is yet too rnily to comm'.: himself, »nJ n'lvi.-istliH i-luctorg of "ho Uiimol nut t» coufino thoir uttonlic.-. to liim in i mulciiifj a l'kmiib of im firdeal ifroctrniler! t) /iylit tJieir battlo in tho no U elcc ion, I lie sjcs tlio opinion thus tl-o Federal I'nrlimuout will run Ha i-I'tii-1 tory length of tiinu. It would appear that in the ..tier of (arming machinery, notably luipeiT. and binders, farmers suffer more from the imposition of importers than of local manufacturers. Reapers and binders are repeatedly alh^'ed to be sold in America at from £y.6 to X20 each, and are retailed out hire at from /-45 to £(io, or up to the exorbitant jv.olit »f 300 per cent. While the probabilities are that, if made in this slate, the price would be from -£20 to £2...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tragedy at Balmain. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

Tragedy at Balmain. Much excitement was caused on Sunday night at Balmain owing to a report that a domestic tragedy iiad occurred during (lie afternoon, resulting in the death of a woman, tnquiries into the circumstances elicited the information that at about 5 o'clock a man named Edward Elbel, aged 42, who keeps a ■mall laundry at 3 weston-road, Ko/elle, Balmain West, called at the local police atation and surrendered himself, stating that he had given his wife a push, when she fell and struck her head on the kitchen doorstep, and he had reason to believe that she was dead. Inquiries by the police verified the man's statement in so far as the death of the victim was concerned. Sergeant John Taylor accompanied Elbel to his residence, and there found the dead body of the woman lying on the verandah at the rear of the premises, death having apparently taken place some little time before. The victim, Martha Elbel, was 40 years of age. She was a native of Victoria, and came to Balmain w...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C. of E. Century Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

C. of K. Century Fund. The N-jv. J. Dobsun, of l.iinidwood. lias spoilt a iijost prcilitable soiouiii in the l'tunnf, Addons mid (jimdagai parishes un behalf of the' Church of England Century Fund. In the Gun dagai parish he raised in cash and promises £346 18s 6d, in Adekrng parish ,£334 3s 8d, and from the Tnmut parish X171 4s 6d. Included in the Adelong total was the handsome cheque of .£123, contributed by the liberal MateYaniily, of Tarcutta. "The total readied ^*832 6s 8(1, and to raise tliat sum necessitated journeys aggre gating 845 miles, a result of £1 per mile. The Kev. Dobson left for Young on Wednesday for the purpose of s.implin;; the generosity of the people of that parish.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Goulburn League of Wheelmen Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

tioulburn League of Wheelmen Sports. THE eighth annual racing carnival is being fiiid on. the showground to-day. The wea condit(on» 'are favorable. The attend ance was large, and included Mr. Ashion, M.P. The band of the Australian Rilles sup plied music. Mr. W. Jobson had a publican's booth; Mrs. W. Jones had a refreshment booth; and Mrs. A. Potter supplied luncheon for the committee and for the public. The racing was very good, but in one or two instances there were cases of suspicious riding, and one was cautioned. Second Class Handicap. Firci heat.—'W. SidireH (Yass) 18 yds, 1; J, W. Gullimoro (Qoulburn). 50 yds, 2. Three ctnltrd. Ono was scratched. Won by a couplc of inches. ) ime, lmin. 6 2-Ssco. Second heat.—H. M'Intosh (Sydney), 35 yds, 1; H. Bourko (Young), 30 yds, II. Six competed. Two scratohed. Good race. Time, lmin. 6 2-5#eo. Third heat.—S. B. Orr (Sydney), for. 1; P. Alissoff (Sydnoy), <0 yds, 2. Six competed. Close contest; Three nearly in a bunch. Time, lm...

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JUNIOR CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

JUNIOK CKICKKT. •— Nov. <) :iik! Hi, Kin^i'-S Colicgo v. Combined I Se'iools, College wicket Nov. 2.v and 30, Kind's College v. Cuckoo, College wicket.

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

COMING EVENTS. Taralgn, (Goulburn) Hospital Ball, Nov. 15. Tarago'Picnic knees, Dcccmbcr 7. Gruiu! United Oddfellows' Demonstration at Yasa, Monday litli.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Gunning P. A. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

Gunning P. A. and I. Sociefv. A srecui. meeting of the P. A. »nd I. Sooletv was held on Friday afternoon to consider ia view of the small number of members whether it waB advisable to oontlnue the arrangements lor holding the proposed ahow. Mr. N. T. Collins, vice-president, wae in tha chair. After dlBonsBlon the meeting was adjourned for a fortnight.

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

Hospital Saturday. Ax alteration has been made in (his year's programme. The ladies will begin their work after tea on the evening of Friday, 6th December, and continue operations up to 10 o clock that night. The collection will be resumed 011 the Saturday morning followinc. and carried 011 up to 2 p.m. At a meeting of ladies 011 Friday afternoon all arrangements were completed, and the drawing for places' resulted as follows :-No. 1, Mandelson's Corner, Mrs. teuton ; =, Thomas's corner, Mrs. Conolly; 3, Bank of N\ S. Wales, Mrs. Handcock; 4, Mechanics' Institute. Mrs. Campbell; 5, London Bank, Mrs, Roberts: 6,' Mrs. Milne's coiner, Mrs. Macdonald : 7. Hunts corner, Mrs. Bryden ; 8, McShane'a corner, Mrs. Furnur; 9, Owen Furner's cor ner, Mrs. Craig; railway station, Mrs. Riley.

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

Presentation. Mb. C. 8. Giilesiie, olerk in tho Bank of New South Wales (Oooma), left on Saturday, havimr been transferred to the head offlco. Prior to his departure ho was bidden farewell at tho oounoil chambers by a number of gentlemen; Major (Aldomian O'ontaguo, prosemted him with n travailing companion on Dchalf of the residents. Mr. E. TV. EvanB (manager of tlio Buuk of hew South Wales) ImdMsJor faulkncr ulso epolo, and Vr. Gillespie lull* ab.y responded. Trior to his appointment ig • Coonia 41r. OUlcspIo was in tho Goulborn branch of tlic bank. Be it • mb of lb, Q. Blllesjno,

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

Organ Recital. Ox Saturday evening Mr. Ernest Truman, A.ux.U., L.R.C.M., examiner for Sydney College of Music, gave an organ recital in S. Saviour's Cathedral. There was a large a tcmlance and much interest was manifested in the performance. The numbers were well selected and were played in a capable man ner bringing out the tine points of the splen- ' dm instrument. The pleasure of the ner formance was greatly enhanced by the expressive singing of the solos Abide With \ >e Los' Chord (Sullivan), and Hark, Hark, My boul (Truman), by Mrs. E.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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In-Memoriam the Late Mr. H. B. Watts. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

In-Memoriam the Late Mr. H. B. Watts. OS the fourth of this month of ,.L:l'dV1r.!?'0>"" itul sorav—or as Henry Kendal! h.ls U :■ October*the idyll of bright, yellow ll c^" there passed awav to that 1 unknown country fvo.u whose bourne no traveller returns; passed in the mellowed evening of his fcrce", old nee, the spirit of Henry Bourne. » atta, an open-hearted, highminded gentleman, ad vanced scholar, and thorough-gom!, demo c„t. Some men there have heeM. ho, fil'urntivelv, left in a larger measure then footprints on the sands of time" t ^ of their public ettorts, or the brilh.intj, or their tfcuiu* and so forth; and ye some w ho bv the pomp and display of «'V'!ll'1> ?' J ..[£ have kept the world, 01 to spuik more correctly, perhars, some small °[ the world, more acutely <»" .l^w scorns of tune, ami (," . fcl. a* much warm, human J." \bS^ lows, or who nurtured a> kmdi\ a uew 01 and the government, as tl"S"l°{frffied. whose demise has been so lately ctironiueu. I...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. SATl'KUAY. Bei oki-: the Police Magistrate and Mr. S. H. i Bclcher, J.l\ i WIFI5 IHiSKUTlOX. Samuel Turner eharged with wile deser tion was remanded to Sydney. ». ' UNBOUND MtXI>. Hannah Maria Christie, on remand, for being of unsound mind was, on the recom mendation of Drs. McKillop and Burkitt, sent to Kentnorc Asylum. John T. Kice, on remand for unsound mind, was discharged on the recommendation of Dr. McKillop.

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A Rabbit Destroyer. "A Natural System of Suppression." [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901

A Rabbit Destroyer. "A Natural System,of Suppression." The rabbit lias a determined enemy in Mr;. Coleman Phillips, a prominent New Zealand pastoralist, who, in his time, has aided in clearing about three million acres of the fertile plains of the Wairarapa, in the North Island, of the pest. .. Mr. Phillips is now in Sydney, .with' the object of laying a scheme for the suppression of the rabbits before the Government. Naturally, Mr. Phillips will not go into details of his scheme, beyond - stating that it is based on a natural system of suppression, and is not'exactly opposed to any artificial method. " You do not believe in rabbit net ting ?" Mr. Phillips was asked. " I do dot think it effectual," he re plied. " Quite .jo,ooo miles of it have been.erected now in Australia, and no good has resulted. The rabbit has a firmer hold of the country now than ever before." Mr. Phillips certainly does not ab solutely object to the use of wire-netting. "Anyone can use it who wishes," he aaid,...

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

Military Demonstration. At a inedlng of the local mllitaiy bodies he d on l-ritfiiy evening it was decided to hold n monster military demonstration at Goulburn on the show-ground on a date to u ,l?ed- " is proposed to have sports in the day, and some attractive amusement in the night. A committee was formed fo carry out the project, consisting of the officers, colour-sergeants and sergeants of G and E Companies, the presidents, vice-presidents# and secretaries of the reservist dubs, three members of the Railway Ambulance Corp®, Messrs. Taylor, Lumsdcn, Knopp, and Lone* ley of the public schools, and Mr, Kelso, of King's College. Staff-Sergeant Cook, of E Company, was appointed secretary,

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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