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Remarkable "Free Wheel" Feat. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901

Remarkable " Free Wheel" Feat, 8. HollowaY, of Iho MKIland Cycling and Athletio Club, who .'s tlio" mild champion of tho Midlands, "Coomplishcd a remarVablo frco wheel [>■ rfonnuuec at the Aoton track ou Wcoi esday, Sept. 11. He broko tho record Ny moro than seventy yardty . covering t'. o groul dis taneo of 1075^ yards witho it podulling. The teat wan watched by muierous in dependent judgtg. An in quest was held on Monday on the body of.MartliaEHicI, .i'Iiosc death was the result of a domes;.2 quarrel at Balmnin on Sunday. Tlit.uiy brouylit in a verdict of iiunslau/i.'rter agiinst the liuiband, who whs coBimitted for (rial. i

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901

\ WEDDING. Quilii an attractive wedding was cele brated at the Presbyterian Church, Chatsbury, on Wednesday last, when Miss Florence Elizabeth B,"j\vn,eldest daughter of Mr. H. Brown, of " BroaEd-View," Chatsbury, was mar ried to Mr. Charles .Henry McDonald thu d son of Mr. McDonald, of Miller's Point, Sydney. The ceremony was witnessed by large circle of friends and relations of the bride and bride groom. The Rev. Mr. Crane ol'iici atedj^d; the church was artistically dccorjftetl, a large weddint* b.'ll bcine the centre of. attraction. ' The bride, who entered the church on the arm ol her filler, was charmingly attired in White?" silk trimmed with' real lace, tucked chiffon, and orange blossoms, and wore the customary wreath and veil. She wore a diamond and ruby ring, and carried a handsome shower bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. Her bridesmaids were Miss M. Brown (sister), Miss A. Yeadon (aunt), and Miss Elvia Brown and Miss Vera Large, tiny sister and cousin of the bride. The...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Notes from Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901

Notes from Hall. (By Tun Witch.) Shearing operations arc now in full swing in tho neighbourhood. Tlio various rlii ria uro availing themselves of every opportunity which weather permits, at the froquenfc showers cause numerous dolays. This and tho scarcity of Bbearors point to a long shearing for the pnstoralists. A fow o£ our early fnrinors are al ready coiumouciug haymaking, although tho majority o£ crops promiso lato har vests. Very fair yields aro oxpeotod. Our Catholic friends aro preparing for a confirmation servico, to bo held at Giiiindcrra 011 tho 24th instant, and a good iIi-rI of interest is being displayed among tho local residents, as this will lie thu fiist eei vice of that kind held hero. Tho l'loabylomn tea and contort, which should bavo becu held in October, was postponed for a month owiug to tho dnto colliding with a picnic in the vicinity. I understand this is a pre liminary farowell to tho Ho v. J. Molfatt, who, I regrot to eay, leaves at tho now year. While on t...

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The South African Question. Dissatisfaction in England. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901

The South African Question. Dissatisfaction in England. The Sydney " Telegraph':;'' London co respondent writing on October 4, says:— If the lending London journals feel the pulse of the nation correctly, at 110 time since the war began has there been such anxiety felt by the people as to its prolongation, and such pro found dissatisfaction with the Govern ment Micawber-like policy of waiting for something to turn up. The "Daily News" originated a rumor that serious friction existed be tween the Government and Lord Kit chener, and that the latter was con templating his resignation unless he received more men and a freer hand. The " Pall Mail Gazette" asserted that Lord Kitchener, having come to the decision that his proclamation must be followed by sterner measures, had asked for that freedom of action which a more drastic policy required. The War Office, of course, denied the friction, but most of the leading journals have come to the conclusion that the Government has not been bac...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901

DEATHS. Miss Tamur Morgan, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan, of Joshua-street, North Goulburn, died on Monday from con- sumption. She had been confined to the house for several months. Previous to her health giving way Miss Morgan was a pro- minent worker in the Primitive Methodist Sunday-school. She was 35 years of age. Mr. John Bailey, formerly storeman in the permanent way department of the railway, and subsequently owner of a fruit shop in Barber's Buildings, Auburn-street, died at his residence, Eastgrove, last night from an affection of the heart after a few hours' illness. Deceased was about 66 years of age, and has left a widow and one son. Mr. Bailey was a prominent Freemason, and held a high position in one of the local lodges. Mr. J. C. Casburn, a resident of the Marulan district for over 40 years, died on Tuesday at the good age of 73 years. Deceased was widely known and highly respected. He is survived by Mrs. Casburn and a grown-up family. The funeral will ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 November 1901

Died, on November 13th, 1894, Neil McCool, aged 50 years, R.I.P. FUNERAL. THE friends of the late JOHN CHARLES CASBURN, Esq., Red Hill, Marulan,   are kindly invited to attend his FUNERAL, to move from his late residence, TO-MOR ROW (THURSDAY), at eleven o'clock for the Church of England Cemetery, Marulan. A. KELLY, Undertaker, Clifford-street. FUNERAL. THE friends of Messrs ALFRED, ALEX ANDER, CHARLES, and THOMAS CASBURN are respectfully invited to attend the FUNERAL of their late beloved FATHER, to move from his late residence, Red Hill, Marulan, TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), at 11 o'clock for the Church of England Ceme tery, Marulan. A. KELLY, Undertaker, Clifford-st., Goulburn. Wanted, A TIDY GIRL to assist in Housework. MRS. BARRETT. FOUND, A SILVER BROOCH. Owner can have it by describing and paying for this advertisement. Apply " TIMES" office.   SCHLIESSMANN BROS., Wholesale and Retail Tobacconists, HAIR-DRESSERS. Perfumers. Breech loading Guns, Rifles, Revo...

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Cable News. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

Cable News* London", Tuesday. The visit of Dr. LeydsandMr. Fischer to Berlin is said to mean a supreme effort to obtain the German Emperor's Mediation in South Africa. German sympathy with Command ant de Wet lias been shown by the erection of a monument to Iiis honour at Schierstein, the cost being borne by 500 Germans named Christian. Commandant Pouche has dynamited the railway at Myhiirg siding, in Cape Colony. I The steamer Cato, /rom Hull, struck the ship Loch Vcmiachw whilst in the Thames-and sank. Her crew was saved, bdt one man was dangerously injured. The revenue returns of ihe United 8tates for the year ended June, 1901, show a surplus of ^26,000,000. Tho doath ia'annouueedot tho Do na ger Lady Carew in her J 01th year. Lady Carew (then J! isa Oliffo) was S resent at a ball at Brussels given by ie Duchess of Richmond oc the ovo of j the battlo of Waterloo. _ ¡ The Bulgarian authorities are retard- ! log the rcleaso of Misa •itono, tho ! Amorican missionary, and a -o trying ...

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Explosion of Fire Damp at the Burwood Colliery. Two Men Killed. Five Others Injured. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

Explosion, of Fire Damp at the Biirwood Colliery. ; Two Men Killed. Five Others Injured. . Newcastle, Weänesday.—An explosion . oi fire damp, attended with fatal results toon Oman and serious injury to another, * happened this morning at the Burwocd Colliery. The pit is situated about eight miles south oI Newcastle, and is . owned by .the Scottish-Australian Min In «Company, Limited. Work was begun asnsual at 7 o'olocb to-day, in all between 320 and 330 men going into the workings. The occident took place shortly after 8 o'clock, at n shaft crosscut in a new district, which Mr. Frank Croudaco, mino manager, is having opened up at n. spot on a main road about 17 chains from the down east shaft. Two shiftmen, John Molloy and John Patterson, wore engaged thero grading the róád, that is, thoy wfio pulling down the top band of shale, wliicii is about three feet in thickness, and tear ing up,the bottom of the .formation to level the surface of tho roué, tho egoiu having been au undulatijg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

WANTED» T ADV Canvassers for inland towns all through the Commonwealth for articles in great demand, and particularly in Lady's line. Liberal Commission. Applv MOWBRAY i CO 293 Auburn-street, G^'u^Vn. E. ASH'^ey ~ I^St Viread and Pastry. Wedding . ~*?.Kes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and Sciais catcrccl lor. E. ASHLEY'S 'T'liA ROOMS, 73 Aiiliurii-slrcut,I_nuxt N.S.W. Batik. Country patrons receive isvrey attentions Pot of Tea and Refresh ments Gü. ftLEX.DÄyTdSOIM , THE NEW DRAPER, Is Now in Full Swing. Spccinlists in Millinery, Dressmaking, and Fancy Drapery. Our Prices are the Lowest in Hie Land. Our Goods arc Tip-top Qrality, ALEX. DAVIDSON AUBURN'STKBKT, GOUL'JUKN, Next I*r«d Wcdd'», - Oddfellows' Hall. ONE NIGHT"ONLY, Wednesday Next, Nov. 20th Mr. J. C. Williamson, encouraged by the success of the last provincial tour of the Geisha Co., has dccided to afford country residents an opportunity of witnessing the greatest Comic Opera .succcss ever known in Australia, FL0R0D0RA! {A Co...

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The Federal Tariff. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

The Pederal Tariff. In Committee of Ways a ml Means, on Thursday, Sir George Turner made a state ment of the decisions arrived at in respect to the tariff. The decisions were 'That the collection of duties on packages should ccaso ; that only ad valorem duty should be charged on earthenware and glassware, and that cubic measurement duty only should be chargcd for monumental stone ; that composite duties on cocon, chocolate, and confcctioncry should be simplified, and 2d per lb. only be chargcd ; ,md that tea should be subject only to a jpecific duty of 3d per lb. on bulk and Jd per tb.'for packets. These alterations, said the Treasurer, amid Opposition chccrs, would come into effect from to-day {Friday). The Government would stick to the composite duty on cigars, and before making a con cession on the duties un rice, kerosene, und other lines the Ministers would await in formation obtainable after experience of the working of the present schedule. The Trea surer, in conclusion, said...

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Windellama. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

Windellama. (Fnosr Our ConRKsro.ndent.) Chk'Ket.—On Saturday afternoon a cricket match took place on the Tarago cricket ground between an eleven from tliat place and a team from Mr. Hadgery's .shearing shed, resulting In a victory for the latter side, win i scored 80 to their opponents' 4*).—'The matter of forming a cricket club at Jerrick norra, Oallett, han been taken up with a deal of cnthusia?in. Uhcral donations have been mtuie, nnd already n sum mí mer £•> i- i» i band, "i which ihe Jciricknorra Ct'iKriínjíal, Sluicing i'tunpanv gave tive guineas and ilu manager. Mr. A. K iîror^tv. two guinea.-. , while Several ni Iums gave a gniiira «'»»'h. A o.hutcIc vvu'kiHi* n<»w lusing pul d«iwn. and «he crltif» will «iitUTly br i» full swing. ACiJiv<¡ l'.r* O«» ¡átfiirilny afl<*rnoni» ¿Utile girl, at'oui lour y<\ir¿ oid. dau^hk-r <m Mr. A. K-ib-irr*. of f*ró:ilr\ met with a painud acci dent. JI appears that -lie and her brother, a...

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Suffocated by Charcoal Fumes. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

Suffocated by Charcoal Fumes. A tragic discovery was made on Wednesday night by the police in a cottage at Annandale, the body of a woman, Mary Cressey, being found in a decomposed state. The woman was found to have suffocated herself by means 3f charcoal fumes. Deceased, who was a dressmaker, resided by herself. She was last seen alive on t-unday and was then wash ing some crockery in the back yard. Suspi cions were aroused by an unpleasant smell coming from the house, and the police being informed the unfortunate woman's remains were found. In the room were found several letters which deceased had written, and one referred to some money and concluded with the words " Good-bye ; good-bye. eternally.",

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

BEÄiiB & e© e the Highest Gnaui; ni LOWEK CASH PRICKS than nny oilier Firm in the Statu. SUPPLY PIANOS and SIC WING MACHINES oí Limited The " ISERMANN™ PIANO cannot be surpassed. The Noted and;ÎIuch Admired " HAPSBURG" is undoubtedly the Piano of th'e Age. Ten Years' Guarantee. ;We. supply these'Pianos everywhere for Cash, or upon Easy Terms if desired. Catalogues'- Supplied. Evolution is the law of nature. With the introduction of our New and Splendid . tirpedgSMtle Sewing Machine is signalled the completion of another long stage in the march of progress No house should be without one. Bealè & Co. Ltd., Write for Catalogues, a.H. BROWN, Manager. - GOULBURN. 'uoi^tnn JOTJ3JUI pus snounds aqi jo sra&aq pu» puT3jq StilMilH TVNIOraO 3KJ. ui«MO no£ axas e^OT ncof-ieui ei|) uo isoq aq) »q •>* p*n¡cnp« ¿nrutiraa , a; pu» jo ;#»i sqi poo;s saq 'tunqinog X.uo p«*jiaoU4nuBW •* ^oiq* *ATNO H5iOM"«í ONixvn i.NnH n vNir>i>«o *mhj v>tfA«»rn*ui p««i Anu8a«i®iMu...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

COMMERCIAL. Goului-rn, Friday. The rcccnt rains have greatly interfered with shearing operations, which should now be in full swing in this district. The mills report trade steady. Pollard has idvaticcd a halfpenny and is very iirm at 9)d to lojd. Keportsare very satisfactory as to the state of the crops in the whcit diMriets. Good business is doing in farm and dairy produce at late prices. Xew potatoes arc bringing £0. O. H. Kurner submits about 150 head of horses on Tuesday next. Messrs. Wood ¿i Co. held a special sale of store cattle on Thursday, when over 2000 head were yarded. The attendance was large including buyers fróm all parts. Prices generally arc said to have been the highest yet obtained in Goulbtirn, and biddings were brisk throughout and finished keenly. Sands & Co. penned a medium supply of poultry. Mixed fowU 3s 6d to 4s, roosters 3s >;d to 4s Od 5 turkey gobblers iqs 6d to 12s, hens 4s 9d to 5s ; ducks 40 6d. Market good. Mkssks. Wood & Co. yard...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

eHAS. ROGERS & S0. We are the Drapers 0 Enamelled Ware. 0 -s, sulkies. Oui' Sliow Rooms arc well stockeo WE have imported very heavy stocks with Sulkies o£ every description, of the above, and have in stock Prices from £7 5s to ^'18 10s. at the present time 50 cases landed The quality and value of our Sulkies direct from the factories "'before the is known throughput the southern duties went on. district and needs mj ftrflier cbmmcnt We intend to sell every article con- here. We are the people. tamed in these shipments at the old F Öoulburn and the Southern Dis We have this week unpacked portion . Shearing Supplies triet. Our fticilities for bnying in our show windows and ^in our iron- Of every description at bottom prices. the homo markets, our system of ship- XÄ«»: ping goods ¿0 Fydnoy and conveying- becoraicd Enamelled' \\raiiC very best Tin Buckets is 1: id them thence to Goulbuni in trtickloads", iÄr^^rcclfu,,yiuviti:your g . sd, 2qt. 7d, enables ns to Sell Goods for le...

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Cable News LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

Cable News LONDON, Thursday. Mr. St. Jolm Brodrick states that Lord Kit ebener has cabled that cold-blooded murders by Boers have been frequent of late. The Secretary of State for War believes tli.it there arc about 10,000 Boers still under •irms in the licld. - Sincc the inception of hostilities 43,000 idult male Boers, have been captured, and ibout 11,000 killed or wounded in baUlc» Two regiments of cavalry, 2000 other mounted troops, two regular line battalions, ind some militia regiments arc to be sent mi mediately to South Africa. The Boer raiders under Marit/. have cap tured a British convoy at Borundam. The escort of 35 men made a stiff fight. liach side lost 14 men. Major Fraser, with 150 of the Victorian Mounted Infantry, captured u Hours at Dodroy on the night when Lieutenant Chrisp ind several troopers were killed. Mr. Wolmarans Contradicts the " Daily Mail " story as to ex-President Kruger's plan )f settlement in South Africa. Absolute independence of the Boers in jsscnt...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Weck Day. Sunday Monday Tuesday... Wednesday Thursday.. Friday Saturday*... Day of = ¿ = ¿ Month. H •J1 ¿J Nov. lo 4 47 6 3' M U 4 4' Ü 12 •• •! 4 4" ú 3.1 .. I? 4 45 0 .14 h 14 4 45 ö 3J 4 44 6 30 „ 16 4 44 6 36

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The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

The Federal Capital. Ià OKNTLE^AK, who hfts just returned from Slolbouruo, und who bad beau hi conver sation with many of the ineiubore u( the Federal Parliament, btutes that the tour üHuxpectioa of the various sites suggested for tho fcdorul »capital by tho members will take placo about jti\e tlrst or second week iu December. An amended caou&lty list shows that tbci British loases at Brakcnlaagie wero muom heavier than at first reported, 86 being kiilcdjj 5 and 216 wounded. r 5 The Hallarat (Vic.) City Council has decidcd,I; «with the view of encouraging cabmen to kecpj: •their vehide» up to a high standard, to oííerl siprhe» of £$, ¿2, and ¿i for the three best-' Appointed cabs. The awards will be made at; ; ihenext annual inspection, ♦ Mr. Clui&tonhcr Smith, of Clintoii-slreet,' conlrnctor» suffered a serious loss recently? through a valuable draught hora; falling inttf a crcck and breaking it» Rçckr I

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Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, NOV. 15, 1901. IN COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, NOV. 15, 1901. IN COMMITTEE. Theke were some skirmishing and a shade o£ stonewalling in the House of Representatives, when the federal tariff cams up for review in Com mittee of Waysand Means on Tuesday. It was first sought to get the Federal Government to announce any altera tions or amendments they had adopted in reconsidering the tariff proposals ; but it was stated their decision would be given as they went along. Then the question of refunds to importers in case of the lowering of any of the duties occupied a good deal of time, and with it was coupled the right of members to propose increases of duties, which latter privilege was ruled in order. As to refunds, it was mentioned that such matters could easily he fixed when validating the tariff resolutions. So far the tariff had not been touchcdi and the mana-uvering of the Opposition seemed to be occupied in " making time " during the debate, with an occasional running fire of sneers ajid llouts against th...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Binda Items. (From Our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 15 November 1901

Binda Items. (From Our Correspondent.) rut annual meeting of the Blnda Cricket wlub was held nt the Royal Hotel on Saturday last, 9th instant, and was well attended. Mr. I. A. Crow occupied the chair and explained :hc objcct of the meeting. The report and ¿alancc-shcct were read ov Mr. J. Webster, icerctary, the adoption of the same being noved by the chairman, seconded by Mr. A. Carr, and carried. The report showed thai «teady progress had been made. The roll oí nemberd had increased year by year anda » cry marked increase is anticipated this year. As a result the balance-shed showed a credit ->{ two pounds thirteen shillings, and a collec tion taken up in the room considerably aug mented this amount. In conséquence of the iucccss, financially and otherwise, attending the club, the management dccided at the meeting to get a back«stopping net with side wings at a cost of about two pounds, and the tecrclary was instructed to write at once for same. The election of oflicers took pl...

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