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Friendly Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

Friendly Societies. The bill to amend the Friendly Socie ties Act, introduced in the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday night by Mr. Sec, and read a lirat time, is a short measure of six clauses, designed to rectify several unworkable portions of the Principal Act. Under clause 2 it is provided that soolcties in existence at the commencement of the Principal Act may continue to exist under the Act of 1873. Clause 3 permits of societies with differential rates of contribution being registered, and clause 4 provides for the registration under certain conditions of existing sqcieties. Penalties are provided by ! clause 5 011 persona taking subscript ! tiuns for bodies purporting to be friucllv societies. Clause <"> repeals • section (17 gf the Principal Act.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Monday Afternoon. . Kate Martin 33, a widow, was-before the Central Court to-day on a charge of stealing ladies' Underclothing, the property of Mark Foy. Gertrude lirown, a private detective employed by Mark Hoy, saw the woman act ing suspiciously. She followed her and dis covered that she had annexed the articles. The woman pleaded guilty and was fined £5 or one month. LONDON*, Sunday Afternoon. The remains of the late Empress Frederick were removed from the Castle of Cronberg , last night to the church of St. John, The coffin was home by twelve infantry soldiers, ' and soldiers hearing torches marched on either side. The Emperor on reaching the I Chancel placed a wreath on the cofftn and sank to the ground in prayer, the whole cou-1 gregation following. King Edward arrived :it Flushing yesterday and immediately pro ceeded to Hoinburg. Dispatchcs from J-ord Kitchener explain that it was the intention of Commandant Hert/.og during his raid into Cape Colony ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

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South Africa. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

South Africa., LONDON', Saturday. Lord Kitchener is to he appointed Com-1 mander-in-Cbief of the army in India, and Lieutenant-General N, G. Lyttelton will suc cccd Irim in the command of the forces in South Africa. An interpreter has been shot in cold blood by Commandant Scheepers. A contrivance for blowing up trains has been seized in the possession of a Boer be longing to Commandant Theron's force. The managers of the fund subscribed for the relief of Boer women and children state that the £20,000 in hand will be better spent after the war is over, the women and children being well provided for now in the refugee camps. ' The grant of £100,000 to Earl Roberts for distinguished services in South Africa' lias been carried in the House of Commons. . Lord Kitchener's proclamation emphasises the hopeless nature of the Boers' guerilla warfare, the British troops having possessed themselves of the seats of government, the public offices, and all the railways. The proclamation states tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

DIRECTORY. THE SIMPSON CO., Oil, Color, and Lead Merchants, 269 Auburn-street. SAM BAILEY, Vgnier-street, Stove and Oven Maker and General Agricultural Black smith. / T. J. BUCK, House, Land, and Cummission Agent, Sloane-strect, Goulburn. Hents and Debts Collected. LAKE'S LI VERY STAB^S, Cliffortl-st. Goulburn. Vehicles of every description always on hire. W. R, McLEAK, 178 Auburn-street, Goul burn, Hutse Sliocr and General Black smith, Agricultural and Karm Implement Maker. Kcpairs promptly executed Horse-shoeing a speciality. AYLING & PKYKE, Stock, Station, House Land, and General Commission Ageuts* Herald Chambers {opposite Post & Tele graph Ottice), Auburn street, Goulburn. J. TURNEK, Goulburn Marble Works, Ver ner-street. Lowest - Pricei. Designs posted free 011 apylication. BEHGMAKIC, O. (First Honors in Examina tion N.SAV.), Chemist and "Druggist, Auburn-street, Goulburn. E. L. MATHEW, Chemist and Dental, Auburn-street, Golbum, opposite ol'lice of this paper. ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Week Day. Sunday Aug. 11 Monday...... „ 12 Tuesday.... „ 13 Wednesday „ 14 Thursday... „ 15 Friday „ 16 Saturday ....I „ 17 6 38 5 0 37 5 f> 30 5 , , 6 35 5 -4 0 34 5 -4 - -r/, - ft 33 5 251 " 22 7 6 3= 5 26, 7 55l ii

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THE HAYMARKET FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

HAYMARKET FIRE. j Two charred and horribly-dislignred bodies I were found on Friday morning among the ruinsof the Haymarket fire. The remains of one victim were identified by .Mr. A. Anderson,"if Harris-street, Ultimo, as those of Kobcrt Malcolm, who was employed as a packer, and who was said to have been the unfortunate fellow seen on the roof of the furniture build ing with Harry Clegg shortly before the latter made his sensational leap for life. Mr. Anderson, who was a cousin of Malcolm, was able to identify his relative by the hitter's braces and necktie, and also by certain physical features. The identification of the other body, or rather shapeless mass of. huin;tu remains, was a very difficult task. I However, Mr. Arthur 15. lJrett, after viewing ; the corpsc, had no doubt that the remains were those of his brother, Walter George Brett, who was employed as a fireman. A I tobacco pipe found lying beside the body was j I recognised by Mr. *D. Freeman, of Marrick-1 | ville, as o...

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Werriwa Times. MONDAY, AUG. 12, 1901. THE INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

Werriwa Times. MONDAY, AUG. 12, 1901. THE INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION BILL The action of the Legislative Council in rejecting the Industrial Arbitration Bill last session has resulted In the production of an amended edition of it, which wis introduced by the Pre mier on Thursday last and read a first time. The principal alterations made in it consist of two provisions—one relating to the constitution of the Court, and the other to the establish ment of a Board of Reference. The original bill, it will be remembered, required the appointment of a Supreme Court Judge ; the present one enables the Government to appoint a District Court one. Again, the former offered no means for the settlement of an in dustrial dispute, except a formal and compulsory trial in the Arbitration Court, The latter provision left the Hit open to the objection that it would virtually compel the parties to a dis pute to rush into litigation, without giving them a chance of arriving at a settlement. This objection wa...

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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER I.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTER I.—Continued. Times had altered since lie and his kinsman had romped with the rosy, saucy little daughter of thecleiikof the works in progress at Arden Towers,; the scat of the rich and elderly relative whom both lads frequently visited. Since then Walter Miller had made a lucky hit. On learning that a fashion able physician was talking of sending his patients to a secluded spot on the south coast, he had contrived to pur chase cheaply a few acres of land there, and covered it with pretty villas, which sold so well tliatheraade a small fortune by the speculation. • Since then he had been steadily rising in the world. For some local servicc he was rewarded with knight hood, and Lavinia, the hoyden was now Livinia the beauty, the stately daughter of Sir Walter Miller. Yet she was still a coquette at heart, loving admirationtoo well to rebuff her ad mirers, eligible or non-eligible, till they talked of matrimony. Then she referred them to papa, who bluntly infor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

"CLMEMONT," Boui^ce-st., GOULBURN, Opposite Church Hall, 2 Minutes' from P.O. and Government Offices, Affords cxccption.it opportunities to those seeking SUPERIOR BOARD AND RESIDENCE And a Refined Home. Excellent Cuisine. Terms Moderate. Good Stabling and Coach House. Ml. W. E. MfTEIi; ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, CoMMJSSlUNl'R FOK AFFIDAVITS, MONTAGUE- STREET (over Sands' Sale Yards), goclbur^ visits gunxinc. kikst fkiday OK EVKUY MONTH. ,• Agent for Imperial Fire Insurant* ft Co. Limited.

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A Goulburn Case. Re James McCormack (P. W. Johnson and another respondents). [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

A Goulburn Case. He James McCormack (P. W. Johnson and anothor respondents). This matter flame before tho Chiof Justico and Mr. Justice Owon, in Banco, on Friday. Mr. Want, K.Q., and Mr. James, instructed by Messrs. Betts and Son, of Qoulburn (by Messrs. Pigott and Btinson) appeared for the appellant, James McCormaok, and moved to make absolute a rale nisi lor a prohibition to set aside an order made by Mr. W. S. Caswell, P.M., of Qoulburn in a pro ceeding by Percial W. Johnson, also of Qoulburn, bank clerk, against the ap pellant. Mr. Wade, instructed by Messrs. Minter, Simpson, and Go. (for Mr. E. W. Johnson, of Qoulburn) ap peared for the respondent Johnson to Bhow cause. It appeared according to the affidavits and deposition in the case that appellant, a dairyman, residing at Binda, received from Messrs. Lillis Brothers, of Qoulbiim, n, cheque for £25 17/7 for wool purchased from him. McCormack presented tho cheque on January IS at the Bank of New South "*r^le5, Qoulburn, where ...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

CHAPTER II. The closing of the railway-gates to let some luggage-vans run down to the harbor detained the Millers and a flower-girl who was standing near them, patiently waiting (or customers, smiled and curtsied when she saw that she had caught the eye of the younger of the Indies. The contents of her basket were so tastefully arranged that many, as they came to and fro, paused—sometimes to buy, sometimes only to admire and pass on. The girl was not as success ful as she might have been, because she possessed none of the smartness and flippancy of her class. She trembled and shrank att'ay if roughly addressed, and never had the courage to recommend her (lowers to hesitating purchasers; often going supperless to bed because she had not succeeded in making any sales. The finest bunch in her possession that day comprised half a dozen tea roses, with which some ferns were prettily intermingled; and this she had been hiding under her ragged shawl for the last hour because Lavinia Miller...

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DEATH OF FATHER TIMONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

DEATH OF FATHER TIMONEY. The death is announced of Captain I\ Tiino* ucy, Roman Catholic chaplain to the New J South Wales forccs. | [The Uev. Father Timoney accompanied the last NAW. Contingent to South Africa as chaplain. He left the Cape for England, suffering from an affection of the throat, which was diagnosed at St. Thomas' Hospital as cancer. A critical operation was per formed on Wednesday.]

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BUTTERFLY DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

BUTTERFLY DANCE. The committcc of; the Butterfly Dance (to be held in aid of tlie Orphanage on 27th inst.), met on Saturday afternoon- in the Town Hall, the Mayor (Alderman J. J. Roberts) presiding. The names of Mesdames C. J. MeShane and | F. P. Kelly, and Mr. E. 1\ Sheekey, were 1 added to the conimiUec. The lady collectors reported that they had received very satis factory promises of support. The secretaries also stated thai Messrs. Turner and Hender son, of Hunter-street, Sydney, had donated programmes. All the arrangements for'the ball arc progressing smoothly, and everything points to a most successful function.

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

mxtfd. INFORMATION. • Every seventh person in the United States is a Londoner. There are two solid silver tea-tables in the Queen's private apartments at Windsor Castle. It is estimated that during the pre sent century no less than 30,000,000 of civilised men' have perished in war. j The glue on envelopes is often made from decaying scraps collected in slaughter-houses. And yet people will go on licking their envelopes. An umbrella covered with a trans , patent material has found its way into the Patent Ofiice. The holder is enabled to see where lie is going when he holds it before his face. If the landed surface of the globe were divided up and allotted in equal shares to each of its human inhabi tants, it would be founu that each would get a plot of 23J1 acres. Jf an express traiii.'inoving'at the rate of forty-five miles an hour, were to stop suddenly, it would give the passengers a shock equal to that of falling a height of forty-five feet. A statistician has calculated that the...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. Monday. i'Jkfohe the Police-Magistrate and Messrs. C. H. Roberts, A. A. Mitchell, and J. Knowl innn. i>hunki:nnkss and disokdkki.y conduct. Thomas Edward Smith pleaded guilty to drunkenness and disorderly conduct, and was fined 5s. Paid.; WAGES. Charles Kartell was summoned by Josiah Bailey for £2 15s, balance of wages due. Mr. O'Brien for complainant. Defendant admitted owing the money but said he wanted time for paying it. Order made for the amount claimed, to be paid within 14 days, together with 25s iod costs ; in default two months' imprisonment with hard labor. REMOVING T1MUKK WITHOUT A MCKNSE. John Hunter and Thomas Skldmore pleaded guilty to removing timber from crown land at Narrangarril without a permit or license and were each fined £1 with 4s tod costs; allowed a fortnight to pay the line. Messrs. Mitchell and Kuowhnan retired from the bench. HIII2AC1IES OK TUB IIOKOUGH HY-l.AWS. Michael Thynne was .summoned by W.J. Fowler, inspector of nuisance...

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FUNNIOSITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

FUNNIOSITIES. At a Northern cattle show, two individuals were gazing with admira tion at a fine fat beast. " I wonder what his weight may be ?" observed one of them, who, as it happened, was a cockncy without any special knowledge. " It's easy enough to guess pretty nigh it," said the other man, a stal wart farmer, looking with sonic contempt at his. companion. " Oh, well," said the cockney, " I think I could guess as near as you can." " Could ye now ?" roared the fanner. " Well, I'll bet ye a sovereign yc I " Done I" returned the cockney. " How much do you say ?" After a critical survey the farmer replied) " A hundred and seventeen stone." " Well," said the cockney, " I'Jl say a hundred and seventeen stone, too. Now, hand over the money like a tod." " What d'ye mean?" " Well, 1 said I'd guess as near as you, and I've done so. I've guessed exactly the same." And the bystanders taking his part, the bumptious farmer had to give him the money. . Marie Corelli tells how Mr. Glad stone o...

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FOOTBALL, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

Thk competition matches on Saturn*.. well attended, and all the Raines were wen contested. The surprise of the afternoon tame by the easy victory of the Goulbitrn team over. Watrigal as most followers of the game anticipated a closer result than thirteen points to nil; and although all the points were put up during the first half, at no time did the game lose interest to the onlookers. The forwards of both* teams did most of the work, consequently the play at times was rather rougher than the ordinary game. There were numerous breaches of the rules, but the referee, Mr. Gould, was equal to the occasion, and it is worthy of mention that few of these cscapcd his eye. Rogan played a good game for the winners and scored two tries, and Mc Alistcr by a good run also got over, and kicked two goals, just missing the third at tempt. O'Xeilt.Suowden, McDougal, Jobson, Prykc, Hocts, Martin, and Sothcranwcrc also prominent. Kawcliffe and John Prykc put plenty of vim into their play for the losi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

Furniture. ANYONE REQUIRING Newor Second hand Furniture Cannot do better than Ca!) at Railton&Co. AUIJUKN-ST. (near Gillespie's Factory). Wc Manufacture All Classes of CabinetWork and Upholstery. Repairs a Speciality. Picture Framing Faithfully and Cheaply Done. FOR SALE, Two'Spring Sulkies. Short Shafts, 3ft. 8in. wheels... 1, „ 4ft. sin „ „ 4ft. 4in. „ ... 8 Thrce'Spring Sulkies. Short Shafts 8 ,, ,, better finish 9 t full squab back ... xo 4 ' rack, 2 steps 11 jf „ wheels i:]-, quality guaranteed 12 10 f „ best iinish, quality guaranteed 15 10 Pull Tray Sulkies. I Shafts g o I „ full back 10 10 I „ „ quality gua ranteed 12 10 Pcnbcrthy & Donnelly's Patent Spring Shaft Sulkies. J Shafts, quality guaranteed ... 15 10 | „ best finish, quality gua ranteed 18 10 Bent Shaft Sulkies. | Shafts, good quality 12 10 J 1, best finish, quality gua ranteed 18 10 | „ best finished 15 10 Wc stock the Best English and American Buggy and Sulky Harness at the price, viz., £1 15s. to...

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A MYSTERIOUS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901

.A MYSTERIOUS CASE, •♦{uv. looking v'4r«wor» nnd Jam lis O'Kc... • «t»e MMiMaJ fc?»y M-.?ir| haggard, appeared at ». iH'han?e on Saturday morning, on ren'i... of having murdered Ins daughter, - O'Keilly, on the night of ist or morning of the 2nd instant. Inspector Steel applied for a remand until Friday next. Mr. l\ Ham, who appeared for the accused, urged that bail, <iven if the amount was substantial, should be granted. The Bench granted the application for a rcinand.buj declined to allow bail. Mrs. Bessie O'Reilly, wife of the accuscd. who was also arrested on a char^c of murder on Friday night, is low condition of health m the j,aol hospital. She will appear With her husband on Pnda\ next. The,body '(>("'deceased was exhumed on Saturday morning for further examination. Dr. C. H. Mollibon, of Melbourne, made a re examination of the remains <u i n jiiuim"- in the proseucc of Dr. Mitchell ami Dr. Pmnnek, who made an autopsy before Hie burial look place. 11 ...

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