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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901
Wanted, A TIDY GIRL to assist In Housework. MRS. BARRETT. WANTED, LADY Canvassers for Inland towns all I through the Commonwealth for articles in great demand, and particularly In Lady's line. Liberal Commission. Apply MOWBRAY & CO., 393 Auburn-street, Goulburn. E. ASHLEY "POR Best Bread and Pastry. Wedding Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and | Socials catered for. E, ASHLEY'S fEA ROOMS, 73 Auburn-sU'cct, next I N.8.W, Bank. Country patrons receive | cvrcy attention. Pot of Tea and Refresh ments 6d. Government Architect's Ol'ticc, Goulburn, 4th November, 1901. TENDERS, addressed to the Clerk of Petty Sessions at Hie Courthouse, Goulburn, and endorsed "TENDER FOR PAINTING COURTHOUSE," will Bo's received up to noon on MONDAY, the 18U1 NOVEMBER, 1001, 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. BOISSIER, District Architect. SCHLO...
PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901
PITHY PARS. Hor. Tho King. Tho Liedertalcl. France after Turkey* 250,000 soldiers iu S,A» German measles at Quirlndi. More troops for t-'outh Africa. Duke of York—Prince of Wales. Onco more war olotids gather oror Europe* I Tlio S. A. war costs Britain £2,000,000 ! weekly. ! Important political development expected in ! England, The cost of tho S. A. war is keenly felt in Engluud already* ' Orange Public Schools Athletic Association Demonstration realised £130. "Oom Paul" was not far out when he said the cost of South African subjection would stagger humanity., It is believed that, providing the war in South Africa is brought to a close within a reasonable time, the cost will amount to about £225,000,000. The estate of the late Mr. Thos. Hussey Kelly, woolbroker, of Sydney, has been sworn at £260,000, upon whicFi £26,000 probate duty has been paid. Over 100 cases of onions were discovered recently on Cronulla Beach,supposed to have been thrown overboard by an Incoming cargo boat to ...
Cable News. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901
Cable News. London-, Friday. Tiie" Daily News " reports that Miss limily Hobhouse lvas been arrested and deported to England, apparently for visiting concentration camps with out an order. Twelve hundred British Guardsmen embarked on Thursday last at South ampton for South Africa. „ The socialists have won live addi tional seats in the Berlin municipal elections. There are indications that France and Kussia are initiating a conference for the execution of the' Berlin Treaty. Consequent 011 the death of Li Muni; Chang, Prince Cliing lias been recalled to conduct negotiations with the Powers. M. Delcasse, French Minister for Foreign Affairs, has issued' a circular note to the Powers, dealing with the Franco-Turkish trouble. He states that beyond private claims France will confine her action against Turkey to upholding her treaty rights. France will evacuate the Island of Mitylene, when guaranteed against procrastination on the part of the Porte. Tlie French Charge d' Affairs at Consta...
Command of the New South Wales Forces. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901
Command of the New South Wales Forces. The approaching departure of ihej present commandant of the State forces, Major-General French, a:d the fact that no authoritative slat.ment has been made with reference to the im portation of an ofliccr from outside to lill the vacancy, gives crow to the general belief that the command is to j devolve upon the present • A.A.G., I Colonel Mackenzie. I Mr. Miller Mageic, an a.i my coach, states ihat Sir Kedvers EuUer helio graphed to Sir George \Vhil», the com mandant of Ladysmith " If unable to resist for a month, mate the best terms after destroying amcumition." Lord Roberts, says the Whitehall " Review," always gives o:is tile idea of being struggling to keep up and du his duty. Those who know him best eay he will never get over iiie sorrow of his son's death, and tint, lie only tries to " make believe " th.it he. is. in good spirits ; furthermore ihat all the honours and distinctions v-.'iich have been conferred on him are ir;e merest dross,...
Money in Apples. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901
Money in Appies. Y.\ss, Friday.—Some idea of tlie pos sibilities of apple growing in the Yass district may be gathered from the fol lowing return of tlie apple crop of Mr. W. Best's orciiard, at Taunton, Tang inangaroo :—The area under crop is 25 acres, and the net cash result lo the o wner for tlie past season was £1.127 ~i rt.\ Adding railway freigts, commis sion, Sc., the gross income was over .C1550. Tlie whole of the crop was not disposed of. It was impossible to market the lot, owing to the distance from the railway line, and tons upon Ions of fruit were left on the trees and the ground. With proper facilities for transit to market, the return could not have been less than £sooo. From present appearances the crop this year will bs equally large. The chcrry, plum, and other fruit crops throughout tiie district are very forward, and there will be excellent yields.
A Blind Woman Burned. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 November 1901
A Blind Woman Burned. A blind woman named Mrs. Agnes Bottrill was found in Riley-street, Sydney, at an early hour 0n Thursday with her clothes on fire. The husband's statement that his wife acciden- tally ignited her clothing with a candle did not, apparently, satisfy the police, and as a result of their investi- gations Senior-sergeant Sawtell and Constable Lonsdale subsequently ar rested him. The blind couple are well known in Sydney where they earned a living by the singing of hymns, with violin accompaniment by the male partner. The value of the imports into the port of Sydney for the week ended November 2 was £337,777. Exports amounted to ;C:35,069. Mr. Reid is afraid that the high duty will gradually destroy the revenue from imported tobacco. Jf so, the tobacco growing industry of thin district should again look up.—Adeiotig " Argus." The Kanaka Bill was received by the Senate oa Friday, and read a first time, the second reading being fixed for Wednesday wcel:. Mr,- \V. Sand...
A Locally Built Motor Bicycle. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901
A Locally Built Motor Bicycle. Mr. K. A. Drury, the well-known cycle agent of Goulburn, has been engaged /or some time iti the construction of a motor bicycle and his Inborn have now reached a stage* which give every promise of a highly successful result. ; The machine lias been designed and planned by Mr. Drury, and the work of building was done by tiic junior staff of mechanics at his establishment. TIu principle on which! the motor has been built shows it to be thoroughly workable. A sufficiency of npplianccs having1 been got into place to allow of a test being made, this has eventuated very satisfactorily. The parts which still remain uulinishcd coin*! prise but matters of detail so that Mr. Drurv> i may be said to have mastered the difftcuft; ! task he essayed, and both lie and his staff have good reason to congratulate themselves ! on the results obtained. The machine is on view at Mr. Drury'* depot.
Grand United Order of Oddfellows. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901
Grand United Order of Oddfellows. The Pride of Yass Lodge of the above order celebrated a successful year's work at Yass on Monday last with a banquet and public meeting. Bros. H. Hcrron, Grand Secretary, Sydney, N, T. Collins, Past Grand Master, Gunning, and A. C. Barrcll, District Master, Goulburn, arrived by tho midday train and were met at the station by Bros. Fairley, N.G., and A. A. Edwards, secretary Yass Lodge. After lunch the visitors were driven out to view one of the federal capital sites, south-east of the town, and forming portion of the famous Douro Estate. The trip proved most enjoyable, and the cuuuirv was much admired'by the visitors. A halt was made at the old residence of Hamilton Hume, the explorer, where a number of Yass resi dents were enjoying the pleasures of a picnic In a pleasant spot. The visitors returned to town about 6 o'clock and sat down to a first class dinner prepared by Host Dudcllcstone, of the Royal Hotel. Bro. Fairley was chair man, and the visi...
Cable News LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901
Cable News LONDON, Tuesday, Tire war in Souih Africa is al>vut lo be prose cuted on ft move aggieseire tcnlu. 'ihe forccs ate to bo strongly leinforcetl. 8cvcn thousand timc-esplrcil soldiers serviug hi India have accepted a bounty to feervo in South Africa. Ex«prosiilent Entgov is •willing to ecdo tho Rand to Grcnt Dritata and to conclude peaco on certain conditions. Thcso includo the granting of an amnesty to all Cape Colony and , other rebels, and the rotuvn of Boer prisoners | to their homes. Tho withdrawal of all J riti«h ! troops is desired, also the rebuilding of Boor homesteads destroyed during tho war. A treaty, guaranteed by Franco and Russia, ' granliujf completo autonomy under tlio Afri kander flag is the concluding condition. Dr. Lojda and Mr. Abraham I'ipchcr have gone to erlin. aad there ix considerable epecu Intlun as to the iiuture of their motion. Sir lJonry Cdinpboll-Bauuerinan ndrocntes granting tho Beers a system of iudepoudeut self govtrnmcnt under British s...
Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901
Our Special Wire. SYDNJSY. Wednesday. I At Darlinghurst Quarter Sessions to-day, before Judge Murray, -William Martin N'iland (27), solicitor, pleaded not guilty to a charge of conspiring with others tochc.it and defraud Kichard Stanton of large sums of money. An explosion of gas occurred in liurwood Colliery, Newcastle, early this morning. One man .was killed and live others seriously injured. LONDON', Tuesday Afternoon. Large and noisy meetings have been held at six German University towns of veterans of the war ef 1870, denouncing 'Mr. . Cham berlain's insulting rcfctences to the manner in winch Germany conducted the campaign in France. The Cologne Gazette, commenting 011 the popular outbreak, shows the agitation is based upon a mistranslation of Mr. Cham* berlain's remarks. I)r. Leyds has been semi»olVtcially warned that the pan-Gcrinau agitation against Mr. Chamberlain will not modify' Germany's policy. Lord William N'eville, fourth son of the Marquis of Abergavenney.who was co...
Goulburn Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901
Goulburn Stock Sales, A fair attendance at the sales to-day. About 9000 sheep yarded, chiefly shorn store wethers. This was really theopenlng sale of the season for store sheep. The market was good ; fat wethers in the wool, us 3d to 16s; shorn store wethers, 8s to 8s 3id; shorn hoggelts, 5s iod. A smalt number of cattle forward ; the market ruled at laic rales ; best beef was worth 23s per 100 lbs; best fat bill 'ocks £9 173, others £y 38 to £8 4s; cows £4 5s to lb 5?, o:ie ex Ira prime cow sold at J!* ; store "bulltcki (bad colors), and dairy bree.ls passed at £~>; slore cows to £4 5/; tlir-c icaisiold l.cifors £4 ; two years old £2 15,'- to X.i 3, ; poddies to yearlings off £1 js - to£.2 16.'; springers and milch cow# arc worth £3 la 9010 withers sold by Mr. \\\ H. Wheatley to-ibj ;»-iilUprt #? to 8s tfli j
The Butter Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901
The Butter Trade. According io Mr. Kidd, in 1802 there were only 124 butter factories in New South Wales, with a total annual out put of 18,000,000 lbB. At the present time there are 180 factories, over 400 creameries, and more than 1500 people employed otherwise in connection with the industry, the output from which 1*9*. 3Mof nwo» O&lt;!,nno,©®on«« v* butter, besides cheese and bacon which proceed in conjunction. Ten years ago our buttdr export trade amounted to £20,000; last year it totalled £440,000. The export market is practically with out limit, because Englamd alono last year imported over £18,000,000 sterling worth of butter, to which the whole of Australia probably 4id not contribute ono-twelfth.
League of Wheelmen's Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901
League of Wheelmen's Concert. The annual conccrt held ia connection with the lootl League of Whcelmoa took place in the Oddfellows' Hall on Monday evening. Tho | attendance was not equal to expectation. The I committee exported a crowded houeo and bad catered to suit all tastes. TLo great heat and tho late hour the sports wero finished, no doubt prevented many from pntronizlng the concert. Still there was an excellent house, though many scats were empty, and the receipts will fully recoup tho outlay tbo cummilteo incurred. An excellent programme bad been prepared, no less than six artists havfrg been engnged from Sydney, and some of tho best available tulcut locally had been procured. Tho?o coming from ."-'vdney wero tho Trcvcoa Sisters (Flo«bie and Hilda), florio-comle singers, and dancers. They are young yet but give every premise of making a n«mefor themselves on tbo stago. Tbolr norabcra were My Honolulu Man and Pretty Koucy, both of which were greatly appreciated by the audienc...
Terrible Naval Catastrophe. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901
Terrible Naval Catastrophe. Lonuos, November 11. —A terrible accident occurred aboard the battltship Royal Sovereign, Captain H. Adair, at Astakos, Groete, an Saturday. One of the big gune wna being fired, and after it had been loaded an artilleryman forgot to close tlio breech. When the charge was exploded the gun burst. An officer and six artillerymen were billed, Comttlandor Sir Bobort IC. Arbuth not and 18 sailors were seiiously in jured.
CRICKET. CROOKWELL C.C. v. KIALLA C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901
CRICKET. Ckookwell C.C. v. Kialla C.C. All afternoon's match was played 011 Kialla wickct on Saturday last, between the abtvj teams. Crookwell baited first, but Tailed to make any stand against the bowling of Dunn and M. Kennedy. The former took 5 wickets for 34 and the latter 3 for 18. Arndtll and Dougan were the only batsmen who made double figures. The innings closed for the low score of 58. Kialla knocked up 114, K. Kennedy being top score with 33. Clifton was the most successful bowler. lialioy, Dougan, and P. Sch'roeder also bowled well. The fielding of both teams was very fair. Kialla won with 55 runs to spare. Following are the scores Crookwell. Clifton, c J. Kennedy, b Dunn ... 0 McGillis, c M, Kennedy, b Dunn. 4 P, Schroeder, thrown out 3 Arndcll, c Flanagan, b Dunn 14 Dougan, c and b M. Kennedy...... 13 Malloy, c and b Dunn II White, b M, Kennedy 3 Hcnville b Dunn 3 W. Schroeder, b 51. Kennedy ... 3 Thurlow, not out 0 Grahiin,runout 0 Sm dries 6 Toial 58 Kulu. Flanagan, b...
The Siberian Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901
The Siberian Railway. London, November 11.—M. de Witte, the Eueaian Minister lor Financo, has congratulated the Czar upon the com pletion of tho Siberian railway. The minister doscribes the completion of the enterprise as an historic event. The Czar, in replying to the congra tulations, said that the Siberian railway was one of the greatest railway under takings of the world. The " Times," in commenting upon M. do Witte's message, says that the railway ib a tremendous factor in the political, military, and economic expan sion of Russia. The Siberian Railway was com menced in 1891 to connect Viadivo stock with the Russo-Siberian frontier at Ekaterinberg, a distance of about 4000 miles. Irkutsk, on the west of Lake Baikal (and about 3830 miles from St. Petersburg), was reached in March, 1899, and the line was opened as far as Chitu, near the Manchuria* border, in December of that year, and shortly afterwards to Stretensk, on the River Shilka, a southern tributary of the Amur. Original...
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901
SPORTING. THE TURK Koskiiii.l Hacks.—'The sccond day's racing of the King's holiday meeting came to a con clusion on Monday. The weather was very hot, but, notwithstanding, a large, number of the public were present. Results . Granville Stakes, 6 furloiij/s: Childurs l, Neplunus 2, Pryte 3. Royal Birthday Handicap, 6£ furlongs Roynl King i, Santoi 2, Hazel Girl 3. Jumpers' Flat Kare, 1$ mile: Gygccs 1, Marlon 2, Redlight 3. Alexandria Mile: Cm 1, Neptunus 2, Bingle 3. Koyal Handicap, I mile 3 furlongs: Wonga 1, Bar One 2, Burrancer 3. Welter Handicap, 6 furlongs: Bulli 1, Orphan Boy 2, Loveshot 3. ^ The Williamstown Cup of 500 sovs. was run on Monday, and won by Flagship, Willi Fairyland sccond, and Cluster third. Bhaidwoou Races.—'The spring meeting was held 011 Monday. The weather was very warm, and the attendance moderate. The new grandstand wa3 used for the first time. Results Opening Handicap 1 Aliuda, 1. Trial Stakes : Wild Hoae i,Gobar 2. Bar rister and Princcss also i an. Wo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901
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