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DESTRUCTION OF RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

DESTRUCTION OF RADBITS. Mk. Kost:, M.L.A., has received tlic following from the chief inspector of stock Hefcrring to your letters of i Ith and Ulli in»t, respect injj the proposed action on the part of the Goulhurn l'attires and Stock Protection I kor d in the matter of the destruction of brushwood and log fence*, etc., within the Goulburn Sheep District as being harbor» for rabbit«, I have the honor to inform you that upon en quiry nt the crown lana» office a» to the legality of such action, I have been informed i that as the provisions of the Pasture* Act re* latin« lo rabbits in the Pasture» and Stock Protection Acts of iWo and lW<l Were can celled by the Kabbit Act of i&jo, all reference to rabbits was omitted In the Consolidated Pa-tures Act 189s,anda« that wa* the Pas tures Act to which rabbit!« were restored by the amended Pasture* Act 1900, and no-special provision was included in that act giving the directors power again to order the destruction I of .br...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

TUB 'í't'ltf. Canterbury Haces to.inoriow, Warwick i-'.trm Haces on Monday. At the Windsor July Ucitiii« (Kii(,'latid| on Saturday the contest for the July Handicap resulted thus Storm Signal (late Sailor Boy) I. Haka 1, Salvador J. A new public sLiiooi v/a? opened at Eppitiji on Wednesday by tlHÍmimsl« for education. In the course of a speech Mr. Pern* said he was considering a system at KiV.'"g rewards to teachers who displayed cate, qí.'eniion. and ability in the pet formalice ni their duties. and uf dispensing with the ser vices ui those who piovcd failures, t

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

THE GLW. In a ¿100 Handicap Pigeon Match »hot off at Murrutnburrali on Wednesday. S. (¡Ictinie and I\ Kyan of Cruoku'elt shot well, both getting a divide til mjtch 011 sixth round, and former dividing balance with four others 011 twelfth round. During the day Ulcnnlc killed 47 out of 50 off 26 yards, including eight pairs j in doubitbird watches.—Correspondent. Í

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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SURPLUS OF THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

SURPLUS OF THE UNITED STATES. Tub fiscal veai'of the United Slates just closed has been tile most prosperous in the history of the country. The receipts exceeded tliei expenditure by 77,000,000 dollars, ¡11 the face | of extraordinary expenditure 011 the army and navy and the civil administration of the insular territories. The repeal of portions of the war revenue will reduce the income by 40,000,000 dollars yearly. Next year's surplus | will not exceed 35,000,000 dollars. Pifiares show h balance ol trade in favor of the United 1 States of 675/100,000 dollars, 145,000,000 in excess of the previous year. Miss Ettie Wilkins, of Goulburn, has been appointed probationary pupil teacher at| Marulan Public School. Tendera addressed lo ihc Clerk of Petty Sessions nt Gouiburn, and cudorócd " Tender for Rond Work," will be received up io noon on Thursday, the 15th day of August, 1901,i for work on the following road Contract I No. 1/1901-02, road Gouiburn to Taralga, I Deviation Tnrlo Hill (...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

PRESBYTERIEN. Rev. Mr. Gauld, the new minister, will ¡ conduct services in St. Andrew's, Goulburn, I next Sunday. There will be special musical I selections for the occasion. The Presbytery of Goulburn is appointed to meet in St. I Andrew'« Church on Tuesday evening -to ¡ induct the Rev. A. M, Gnutd. The visiting clergy will be the Rev. C. Crane, clerk oi i presbytery, the Rev, J. Berry, of Moss Vale, | and the Rev. G, Gordon, of Bowral ; and it is hoped that the Rev. Dr. Bruce, Assembly Commlßflioner, and Rev. Dr» Clouston, oí Sydney, will also be present. On Wednesday evening a public wclcomc will be tendered to the Rev. Mr. Gauld in the Oddfellows' Hall. ..

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TARALGA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

TARALGA. (From ouk Correspondent.) RktuhxiîI) From tub Wak.—Mr. John Clifton, son of Mr. Clifton of this town, who has recently returned from the war, was pre sented with a gold medal and entertained by his friends at Rudgc'y Hotel last Friday night. The usual speeches, songs, etc., were indulged in, also a " wee drapple," Mr. Clifton gave an interesting account of his travels. After several days of enow storms and bitterly cold winds, the weather is now warmer in the day time, with very heavy frosts at night. The crops in this districtare very backward and next season's yield promises to be very slight. One of the old age pensioners in this district is 99 years of age. A very successhtl entertainment given bj', members of the School of Arts, assisted by a few kind friends, eventuated on Wednesday evening, 31st July. A small charge was made for admission and by this means the institu tion will benefit lo the amount of £2 us, Kev. Mr. Crane and Messrs. Rigg and Harvey, had charge of ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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ARGYLE CENSUS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

ÄRGYLE 6ENSÜS RETURNS. The following particulars of the population and dwellings, in the different sub-divisions of the Argyle District, kindly furnished us by Mr. J. T. Naugh ton, J.P., Enumerator, will prove of interest. We'may mention that the totiil population includes 68 Chinese (55 males and 13 females), and 4 Aboriginals (all males):— ' Sud-Division.. Population'. Numukr of Dwellixgs. ¡3 Females. 3 -■ Inhabited nhabited In course of " Erection '3 . 0 H , Naine. Nadgingomar ' Bungoiiia Mnrulan ,. Banaby Tarlo Kenmorc Pejar Lake Brithurst ............ East Ward Goulburn ... North Ward " Centre Ward " South.Ward" ; .... Yalbraith .'.........I.., Bolong Binda Lnggan Croolcwell 229 I9§ 356 310 199 356 229 779 547 445 251 334 2I8 796 1851 1552 ,1038 .187 >15 277 238 635 248 154 ~273 162 165 316 265 163 349 198 594 412 393 220 336 202 706 1904 1722 .1031' .148 247 176 616 168 128 252 391 360 672 575 362 705 427 1373 9 471 670 420 ■ 444 1502 3755 •3.274. 2069' ';'33a:' ■"4421 524 ...

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CHAINED UP TO DIE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

CHAINED UP TO DIE. The chained skeleton of a young woman lias been discovered iii the town of Poultney, Vermont, and lias revealed an awful tragedy. The skeleton was found in the cellar of an old house, long deserted, wherca brick pit had been constructed, holding an iron post, to which was fastened a heavy chain. The handcuffs still held the flesh less wrists. The doctors, pro nounced the skeleton to, bte that of a woman. Then it was remembered that this house was once occupied by a young Kreuch Canadian, Pierre Bourdon, who brought there one day a young and beautiful bride, also a French Canadian. Unhappily her beauty nVK?e fier the object of so much attention that Pierre became frantically jealous, and one day, when he caught her, as he thought, somewhat openly tlirtiiig with a young man of the town, lie ordered her home, and 110 one but her husband ever saw her again. It was given out that she had gone to Canada, and there, so far as tlie public were con cerned, the matter ended...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Cable News. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

Cable News. London, Wednesday. The Chancellor of the Exchequer lias submitted supplementary estimates ag gregating ¿7,000,000, chiefly. intended to cciyer the civil administration, and the maintenance of the railways and constabulary in the Transvaal and Orange River colonies. Lord Kitchener reports that since July 22, Boers killed have »umbered 24, whilst 25 have been wounded, 223 taken prisoners, and 80 have surren dered. In addition, many rifles and much ammunition and stock have been captured. Commandant Potgieter's laager has been surprised by the British, who captured all the Boer waggons. Major-General Bruce Hamilton cap tured Commandant Wyburgh and 23 others in'a surprise attack on a Boer laager. General Kitchener, who is operating north of Middlcburg, has captured Commandant Viljoen's pom-pom, 35 Boers, and 20 waggons. A general strike has occurred at the San Francisco Docks. 55,000 menare idle. The strike is paralysing the shipping business. The House of Commons in Com mit...

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Amusing Incident at a Council Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

Amusing Incident at a Council Meeting, An amusing incident occurred at the clo.sc oí Tuesday's Newtown council meeting. Aid. Cox, with a suspicious twinkle in his eyes, said that for some time there had been a différence be tween Aid. Elstub and himself. They1 had made a bet on a certain matter, and the ipser undertook to supply the winner with a new hat. There was a dispute as to who was the winner, but a number of the aldermen, who had been appealed to; decided in favor of Iilstub. " Faithful to my promise," said Aid. Cos, " I have now the plea sure oi presenting Aid. Elstub with a brand new hat, and I trust he may long live to wear it—till lie becomes Mayor of Newtown, and after." The speaker at the same time, placed a hat-box on the table, and the aldermen crowded round to see what it contained. An inquisitive member opened it, and drew out a tall, white hat, much to the ainusetnent of those present, * It was not of the most fashionable type, and certainly not to Aid. Elstub s t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

FOR SÄLE, , A THOROUGHBRED FOX TER ' RIHR, sqn of a noted prize-taker.— Apply. Office op this Paper. J. H. ROGHN Prize Coáchbullder, Auburn-street, . . fioulburn. • • ¡1 WARDED eighteen First and Second Prizes at the following shows Sydney, Goulburn, Gunning; Crookwell, and Tnralga, . for best Buggies and Sulkies. WRITE FOR PRICE LIST. LILLIS Bros. Wool and Produce Merchants, Tanners, Furriers, and Woolscourers. Office Cmffohd Street, Goiïluuk.v. Agents for the Mutual Life'insurance Co. of » Vol» V>.l> Agents for Walter A. Wood's Harvesting Machinery. Aaents for Tliornley's "Kondo" Sheep ■n ■ ■ ■ Drench. fluting tan, tool. FOR SALE, A LARGE QUANTITY OF FRUIT TREES, Apples, Cherries, Apricots, Plums, Peaches, and Pears : Currants, Goose* berries (large sorts).. All young and of the best kinds: Wc Invite Inspection. McLEOTT BEOS., Nurserymen and Fruitgrowers, Kensington t Gardens, Victoria-street, Goulburn. ALEX. DAVIDSON, THE NEW DRAPER, Is Now in Full Swing. 'Specialists in Mi...

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N.S.W. PARLIAMENT. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

N.S.W. PARLIAMENT. Wednesday, July 81. In-tho Legislativo Council, oftor tho appointment of Mr. W. J. Triekott, as cbairrami of committees, tho liouso ad journed to Wednesday noxt. In tho Legislativo Assoinbly it was agreed to as a formal motion that the liouso should sit ou thruo nights iu oacli weelc — Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday — tho practical business of the ovoning commencing at half-past 4 o'clock. Tuesday will be devoted to privftto moirtbors' businoss. Tho debato upon tho Addross-in Koply to tlio Govornor's speech iras continuod by Mr. Dacoy, a -well-known advocate of labor principles, who de fended tho notion taken by tho party in supporting tho prosont government, and pointed out that oven if tho govornmont did wrong in not calling parliament together tho wrong was not groat enough to bo punished by expulsion from offico—a statement which seemed to moot with approval from Mb own section of tho house. Mr. Hogue next took the floor, and whilst he criticised the governm...

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SYDNEY TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

SYDNEY TRAMS. Tiiii latest thiut; in trams shews the lengths to which a truly progressive Government will go in furnishing Syd ney citizens with facilities for recrear tioii. Two lines are now in course of construction, designed to form a cir cular tramway conveying holiday makers to Long 'Bay, Maroubra Bay, Little Bay, the Coast Hospital, La Perouse, and the northern shore of Botany Bay. " It will afford the means for a splendid round trip," says the Herald, " and will no doubt be largely availed of by the citizens, especially upon Saturdays, Sundays, and holi days." When summer-time çomes on many pleasant little excursions will probably be made by this route to the points mentioned ; but the .prospects of the line paying its expenses arc at least open to question, seeing that there are barely a dozen houses to be found between Coogee and Maroubra. For eight or nine months in the year the cars on the coast line will not earn enough to pay for the proverbial grease on the wheels. A ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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BRAIDWOOD ELECTORATE. Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

BRAIDWOOD ELECTORATE. Official Correspondence. The following communication? have boon received by Mr. A. E. M.P., ¡mm tbo Boorotary of luUlic With further references to the I proposed bridge over the .»von iBivor at Tallaganda crossing, .1 have 'the honor to inform you that a rcpor has now been received from the officer who inspected tho sito recently, apa the iliuiator.soes no reason why to dopart from the previous decision given m tl.e matter, namely, that the request cannot bo acceded to. Mr. Chapman lias asked for a copy of tho report, and also preseuted further representations from Messrs. Murphy, Keyte, and others m connection with samo. _ Acknowledging communication rotho Oallon crossing, and the cutting away of tho sharp turn in tho road ou the Wiudellima sidoofrivor. • That he has approved of a grant ot £850 being made for the renewal of the bridge over Brickyard Crock road, Braidwood to Animbo ; also that owing to the report that tho proposed dévia tion on tho Clyde road w...

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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY. Friday Afternoon. A daring robbery occurred early this morn ing at the sHôp of Mr. Orchard, jeweller, 793 George-street. The window was smashed, and a tray, extracted containing a score cf fiickcl and a dozen other metal watches, valued at ¿15. T^e assembly sat all night. At ten past 8 this -morning a division was taken. Mr. Hees'"amendment was defeated by sixty-six ■to 'tWenty^cight/ The result was received r\vÍth much enthusiasm. The. address, was {hen passed on the voices. v. . ; : . • LONDON, Thursday Afternoon. /•. Van Rhyn, member of the Cape legislature, Hrid scveral fáriricrs, have been arrested on a 'Charge of -treason, arising out of the invasion of Cape . Colony by the Boers. The accused • were:admitted to bail. ; The Bber Commandant near Krugcrsdorp itas. offered tosend into .the British refugee . camps the female relatives.of Boers recently 'surrendered, and the offer has been ac ccptcd. V .' ; A Boer, named De Pless has been arrested óna charg...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

FOOTBHU« . T.'.i.íi ,, !¡^ wílL.r^Prescnt ",e Goulbüma i ^ Ç01'"«® and Wnrrigata: to \K, :—Ikcy, Weaver, Pcjkc, íí; ' J"1«0». McAüstei-, Smith, O'Neill Hn,^° »-!' M'• '»"«"-•ran, Snowclen, Wilson, , " >i*s, I'enlon, and Kogari. ! i "ul"'^r °f pensioners paid on ¡Tniuaclay at G,oulburii was .iv>, and* the runout it tx-cdvecl by them was'¿too îs.'ôd, i 'I v 'urt^cr payments to the amount of about ¿150 were made to some fifty claimants, been«1' «1 uit*uaI F>'inept mado ha»

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Cable News. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

Cable News. LOKDOX, Thursrinv. Their Majesties King Edward and Queen Alexandra will probably «pend a month in Iiel.ind In the spi'intf. The Xcw South Wales A.'ictit-Generat, Mr. II. topelaiul, has received nu tenders for the 100,000 tons of steel rails which are required to be manufactured in the state. lion» litii Me lesim» have deailetl to leave I fiance, t he fijiiedxliiies will aW(i leave. Twenty additional submarine boats have

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Australasian Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

Australasian Soldiers. The following particulars arc to hand re lating to Australasian soldiers on active ser vice m South Africa Sergeant J. Seymour, of the New South Wales Bushmen, was killed, and Private Hux ley, of tho same corps, severely wounded •in action at Leuwfontein, Private W. P, Kelly, of the New South Wales Bushmen, died at Zccrust, of pneumonia, Private J. Muston, of the New South Wale» Mounted Infantrv, was severely wounded in action at Dolfontein. Private W. Bryant, of the New South Wales Mounted Infantry, was severely wounded in action at Leuwfontein. The following is a copy of a telegraphic depatch winch was yesterday received from the cIïicf casualty oflicer, Capetown :—Kol lowing casualties reported :—Leuwfontein, 28th July : Sixth Imperial Bushmen's Con tingent—Killed, 1044, Sergeant lames Sev mour ¡ severely wounded, 3444, A. Huxle'v, Second New South Wales Mounted Infantrv : severely wounded, 130S, W. Brvanl. Dea'tli from pneumonia, Zeerust, 24th July Third I...

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GOULBURN STOCK MARKETS, [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

GOULBXJRN STOCK MARKETS, ' Théve was a good attendance at Wedijes« day's stock sales, but the market throughout showed a weaker tendency of alt classes, About 70 head of fat cattle were yarded. Best bullocks realised to £g, inferior description! £y iosto X8 8s ; best fat cows, to £7 59, second qualities ¿5 to £6 4s, About700store cattle were forward, including some good lines of bullocks, most of which were with' drawn from sale. Of those sold, which wera mainly steers, the values were about half-a crown below last week. They made £3 7s to £4 8s, according to age and quality, Young» cattle, 18 months to two years, mixed sexes, made £1 17s 6d to £1 ios, yearlings to 18 months, £1 10s to £1 17s 6d. Cows, beat yards £3 15s, inferior descriptions £2 55 to £3.5. In springers there was nothing choice, and the market dragged at 10s'below, last week. There were small yardlngs of fit sheep at a slight decline on last week's rates'. There were no store sheep worth mentioning.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 August 1901

COMMERCIAL. \ \ GoOldóríI, Friday. The property ât' Brcadalbahe, known as Cusack's farm, portion of the Hanuoh estate, was to-day offered at auction by Messrs.' dc Lauret & Co., and withdrawn at 32s per aeró. W. H. Whiîatley reports having sóld fór the month ending 31st July, 1901 Cattle.—At auction, on account liícssrs. Moss and Tatlow, J. Hi Humo; W;' Francis, tí. H..Taylor, E. Swan, A. J.'McInness.rJkB. McCooey, S.. Holt, Manion Brosv Jphn.Barrx, [>, O'ICeefc, IX' Grainger arid others," jrçw head fat and stofccattle. "" ""'5 '>:; Privately, directly and in conjunction With other agents, 1913 fat and store cattlc, includ ¡ng_on account Jas. Turnbull, Ncrriga, 64 ' mixed cattlc ; Sir John L:ickcy, Austiinerl', 40 cows ancl calves; W. A. Harris, Grepa,487 poddies ; A. D. Swan, Taraiga, .1.90. bullocks, 30 poddies, ¿6 fat bullocks ; Frank HáritíoVi, Cullarin, 35 fat cows ; McInncs'and'Swàn, Taraiga, 120bullocks; J. Sullivan, CuIJarin, 13 heifers ; J. Ayhvood,.Taraiga, 1...

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