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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901
COMMERCIAL. Goulburn Prices Current. (It must be understood that ,these prices arc those offered by the local merchants to the producers, and not those V'hotcd by the merchants to buyers.) J? Flour, £6 5s to £615s per ton Wheat, 26 to 2S 3d per bushel Bran, 8jd to i?Jd per bushel Pollard, 8.3d to 9£d per bushe!. Oats, is Qd to 2s Maize, 2s Gd to 2s 8d per bushel Hay, £1 15s to £2 per ton Straw, 25s to 30s per ton 5 Barley, is Qd to 2s per bushel Potatoes, £5 to £5 103 per ton Onions, 15s per cwt Chaff, £2 103 to £2 15s per ton (exclusive of bags) Bacon (district),-4d to (3d per lb Hams, 5d to Gd per lb Butler, dairy-made, lod per lb; factory-made ordinary, is ; creamery, is Lard, 5d to 5Jd per, lb Hi bladder ; 4jd to 5d in bulk; none offering Eggs, Qd per dozen Hides, 3^d to 3|d per lb Sheepskins, merinos, from 4&lt;t to Sd per lb, and crossbreds, 2£d to 3$d Tallow, £17 to ^"18 per ton in shipping condition; broken packages, £15 (0 £l6 WaltTe bark £4, hickory £1 10s per ton ...
THE HENTY SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901
THE HENTY SENSATION. DK. Andhkws, Government Medical Qil\ccr, liiis just operated on tin; wounded prisoner, arrested ill connection with the llentv shoot ing sensation,;)!»! 1i:ih extracted two pints of blood from_ the chest of t!u- injured num. This has relieved die breathing and the doc tor intimates that the prisoner will live. A constable is on dutv in the ward tlav and! nijjlil. Dr. U'lKids' lak-t hnlli llii states that' Mr. I,.nic|" il i:i inaliinn ^atisfavtciry progress.. There is a slight hemorrhage, indicating sume I injury to the nitifi. I
GARDEN AND FIELD CAENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901
GARDEN AND FIELD CAENDAR FOR AUGUST. By A. Lansdowne, Seedsman/ Goulburn, The very severe winter lias stopped growth, but during August there should be a little improvement. Many crops should be got in at once. As potatoes will be very dear, it will pay to put in a few early, and cover them front frosts. Further severe weather inaf be expected, cold winds, frosty snowy and rain. Get all heavy \VOrk over/ and give plenty of manure to-all crops and fruit-bearing trees, rtnd let all land be broken up deeply to enable it to retain moisture. KITCHEN GARDEN. Sow parsnips, carrots, beet, onforisj cabbage, peas, broad beans, lettuce^ raddish, leek, &c. Some turnips may be tried, Plant out asparagus and rhubarb roots and ^ress teds. Toma&lt; toes may be sown in boxes. FIELD. Sow peas, onions, cabbage, early potatoes, grass seeds, mangels, and prepare land for swedes, &c. Finish pruning, planting young trees, draining, trenching, and manur ing. Be careful to plant youn...
Reforming the Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901
Reforming the Legislative Council. Dr. Creed on Wednesday, in the Legislative Council, obtained leave to introduce a bill to amend the law re lating to the constitution of the Legis lative Council, and to provide means of settlement in cases of disagreement between the Legislative Council.;and the Legislative Assembly. It provides for a reduction in the number of mem bers of the chamber to half that of the assembly, prescribes the method jof retirement, and the election of new members. Dr. Creed last session introduced a bill with a similar object, and the present one is of the same tenor and intention. It was read the first timfc on Wednesday, and the second reading is made an order of the j day for three weeks hence. Robert Smith was thrown off a hearse and killed at Walgett on Friday. The cost of printing and distribut ing the Federal "Hansard" has reached ^350 a week. Senator Sargood stated tjiat the wages boards, with which he had closely interested himself, had not worked with...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901
Wanted, A MARRIED MAN accustomcd to Farm I Work. Apply personally, v ^ FOR SALE, A THOROUGHBRED FOX TER K1EK, son of a noted prize-taker. Apply Office of this Paver. Cottage to Let, 3ROC$MS and Kitchen, water laid on. ' HUXTAULE, Grafton-strcet. To Be Let, and after ist September, that Compact I " Villa Residence, Garfield, now occuptcd I by Mrs. McDou^all, standing in its own highly«improved Grounds of 3J Acres. 1 Apply JAS. GRAHAM, Market-street, or E. GRAHAM, Currawang. ST B0NDI, TP-let, FURNISHED, for three months large House and Grounds, with con servatory, stabling, and all conveniences including .gas-stove'in kitchcn. The house contains drawing, dining, and three large bedrooms, is closc to the tram-line, and commands extensive sea-views. Address— "BONDI," Ofticeof this Paper. HAIRDRESSERS AND TOBACCONISTS, 173 Anbara St., Goulburn. HAHN BROS. The best brands of Tobac-1 conist Goods stocked. Freshly cut To bacco of all the best brands supplied. A call | nvited, J. H. ROGSN • ...
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901
DEATHS. ON Saturday morning the death took place at the Goulburn Hospital of Mr. Patrick Glennan, for many years a maintenance man in this district, where he was widely known and esteemed. He had been in failing health for some time, and death was due to a general break up of the system. He was 67 years of age. The funeral took place yesterday, the remains being interred at the Kenmore cemetery. — After a brief illness, supervening on an attack of influenza, Mr. J. J. Cummins, of Laggan, died at the Goulburn Hospital this morning. He was only brought to town on Saturday, having been ill from the previous Thursday. Deceased was a com- paratively young man, about 40 years, and leaves a wife but no children. Much sympathy is felt for Mrs. Cummins in her sudden and sad bereavement. The funeral will take place at two o'clock to-morrow, when the remains will be interred at Kenmore.
FLOWERS AT FUNERALS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 12 August 1901
FLOWERS AT FUNERALS. IN the course of his sermon at St. Kilian's pro-Cathedral, Bendigo, the Rev. Dr. Reville, coadjutor bishop, strongly deprecated the &nbsp; practice which so commonly prevails of send- ing floral tributes of sympathy with bereaved families. His lordship added that very little consideration should be required to convince reasonable people that such a custom was quite incongruous and altogether out of touch with the spirit of the occasion. Flowers might be regarded as fitting at a wedding or similar festive occasions, but in cases of death they were quite inappropriate and for other reasons the practice should be discouraged as much as possible.
DARING ROBBERY AT A STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901
DARING ROBBERY AT A STORE. iNYKWiU., Thursday.-—A daring robhurv was perpetrated at Cansdell ami Co.'s store,* Mora Creek, on Tuesday evening. 'At about 7.30 o'clock Mr. Kothwell, the manager, was serving a customer on the drapery side, while his assistant .Mr. .Mi'Mur row.. wa^efigaged putting up the shutters. Both. sa\v .the t'^ure of a .man «ou>« out of the store by a back wav. Sus picion licin^ rnvii'.v'l. !.\»thvve!l 'went to look at Hie till, li iHim&imUtic jirUei v side, under ihv cornier, aiHl fiiunt} Ilia! it had gone The man apparently eauic in from the back in a stoopn^ position, unnoticed. and wi/ed the till.' I'oiniuiiiiij.; rjf,, OinstahJv ].«*chy was informed, and he and Koihwel! L'ave chase. The robber was decried in the :»ciuk1.u!c!:c.«s, making his way .0 ihc.lmM. The cvnsMblc called on him to ,tamt. .md liu n litvd. without etYe'cj. lojH'lber ii^.ippc.uvd into the bush, and up t.- the pa-vnt t)n ;ure>i ha? K'cn uuuic. ;
GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901
r.oi'Uii.'UN 1'HicEs Cui;i;i;s't. (It mu>t be understood thai these prices arc those offered bvthe Ideal merchants to the producers, and not those quoted by the merchants to buyer*.) Flour, £6 5» to £0 15s per ton Wheat, 2s to 2s 3d per bushel lhan, tod lo lid per busliel Pollard, tod to 1 id per bushel Oats, is Qd to 2s Mai/e, 2s Oct to 2s i>d per busliel Hay, rack, £2 5s to £2 lus; dialling, £1 15s " to £2 per ion Straw, 25s to 30s pur Ion Hai'ley,' is tfd to 2s per bushel Potatoes, £5 to £$ 10s per ton Onions, i Js per cwl Cliaff, £2 105 lo £2 15s per ton (exclusive of bags) • '» "Uacon lc?istnclh4d to 6d per lb • . • Hams, $d to ftd perib ' Butter,dairy-made, led per Ibjfactory-made ordinary, u ; creattiery, is Lard, Od .to 7d-; none offering - Eggs, ;d to.tfd per dpzen ' Hides, jjd to 3jd per lb bhuupskfns, merinos, ffoin id io 5c! per lb, ' and crossbreds, 2|d lo 3jil Taljow, £17 to jC|8 per ton in shipping condition; broken packages, x!5 to M'qlfte bark hickory £\ icspe...
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901
SYDNEY' PNODUCU MAKKETS. ' The following quotations on wharf nmt ex railrefer only to the wholesale trade, and arc subject t«> concessions for shippers' parccis :— Oats.—Prime New Zealand feed, M 'jjrade, 2s &lt;>tl; other qualities from 2s id ; milling oats, as 7d. Local, prime feed as ut. . Chaff. — Local, prime £4 /sOdto £4 15s, extra prime £4 15s ; medium £z lib Gcf to £4, 2s0d, indifferent £$ I2s0d. Adelaide: Prime. ,£4 15s per ton. Straw.^-Derricl;: Local, prime quality, £2 to £- r>s' Imported £2 5s to £2 7s (id per"ton. . Potatoes. — Tasmania!) Circular Heads, prime £~ d;u!c skins, from ,&lt;J0 10s; New Zealand Uerwents, prime £0 10s per ton. Butter.—Kiucst creamery, is; factory, tul to is: dairy, lod : pastry SAd to Qd; Pas* teuriscd, isojd per lb. Cheese. — Local: Loaf, sAd; second qualities, from 4}d to 5d ; piiine'largc, $d to 5jd ; rough and inferior, from -jrt ; Uodalla, Od. New Zealand : Loaf, 5jd to sjd, medium, 5d to 5}d : large, 3d; Kameruka...
SYDNEY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901
SYDNEY STOCK SALES. About 24,230 chiclly good to prime sheep penned ; attendance usual, including the Meat Co.; supply too large, and prices lor lower qualities fell—prime wetliers 14s Oil to 17s gd, good I2.s to 14s, medium 9s to 10s 6d ; Iambs, full supply, competition moderate, (w to 14s 6d. ' Only 793 cattle of medium quality yarded ; attendance usual; competition animated— bullocks, prime', £10 15s to £12, good JC9 to 1 Xio, medium £0 to \ prime cows £7 to £9 5S« fi^od ,£0 to£0 :os, medium £4 10s to ; £$ 10s. liest beefsSs Od per ioolbs.
GOULBURN STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901
• GOULHUKX STOCK MARKETS. There was a large attendance at the yards on Wednesday. Tlio yarding of .sheep was small. The market for fats was brisk at high priee.s. Of store sheep not many were yarded, and those were principally inferior sorts..- Best fat/wethers wade from 14s fid to i/s.tfd, others ios.6d.to us 3d ; fat owes, 10s to 12s; crossbred weaners, 10s to ioa.qcI; store wethers, late shorn, i;s to 105 Kd ; mixed weaners, to 8s. About 700 cattle'were yarded. Fat cattle were scarce .at . extreme prices for anything over medium quality. The store; cattle market shows signs of 'improvement. Hest young fat bullocks, light weights, made1 £» 4s to £S i'4S: fat steers, £5 to £6 10s; best fat cows, £7 4s to £7 14s fothersj £$ In £6 io:i. Xo store .bullocks were yarded, liest store cows brought' £3 10s to ^4 7s (id, I aged and shelly £2. 2s to 7*3 : three-year-old j heifers to £4, two-year-olds £- 12s 6d to £5 ; two-year-old steer's £2 15s "to £$ 7s Od, the latter price for well-grown ...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901
"• WEEKLY* CALEN'bAK; Week Dav i" Q'.. I 5 5 ■ ■ ' 5 -5 V ^ ~ \YeeK U.l\.j Mo||(h J.^2 =.2 !|jf SunrillV'..!.!.!' Au'y.Vl'l 6 38) 5 J2 '3'o®' a 6 Monday j ,. 12 j 6 371 5 22 4 4S 5 7 Tuesday ....I „ 13 | 6 3(1 5 33 5 32 4 10 Wednesday „ 14 ! 6 35 5 24 6 12 5 12 Thrafcx 4 ... • 15 : 5 34 5 6.49,:6,K Friday'....;.] „ 16 f 6'33 5 25; 7 22! 7 9 Saturday....: „ 17 ! 4 32I 5 26, 7 55, 8 6
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901
COMMERCIAL' GOULBUKN, Friday. Train-: generally is quiet, hut owing u> the dry weather business in produce is active, and all prices', have a tendency to advance further than quotations. The mills report a strong move in bread stuffs. There is no quotable rise in the price of tiour, hut it is'auticipalcd that values will advance within the ne.Nt few days. There is a very strong' demand'for bran and pollard, in both of which, an •■advance of* tjd per bushel is reported, and prices are expected to increase. The crops in the whcaUgrowing district/* arc lit a standstill, and unless rain soon falls4-the outlook for the harvest will hv serious., •,,.&lt;« ;r In farm produce,'oats, maize, and chaff arc very tirm at quotations. Good rack hay is scarce and is worth from £2 5s to £2 10s per ton, while hay for chaffing sells freely at 35s to £.2 .per ton. .Potatoes are very tirm a1 quoTations in sympathy with the Svdnev market, and are "likely to he very valuable as the season advan...
Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, AUG. 16, 1901. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901
Werriwa Times.] . FRIDAY, AUG. 16. igoi. h the federal capital The claims ol Goulburn to be included in tho list of eligible Bites for a Federal Capital are set forth in Mr. E. W. Johnson's letter to the Commissioner— which appeared in our last isaud—with commendable clearness and' force. It disposes of the grounds on which Mr. Oliver founded his unfavourable com parison of Qoulburn with Yass, and it points out ooveral distiuct advantages whfch the former possesses over any other site that has been mentioned. His argument makes it dear that tho case for this city lias never beon considered by tho Commissioner with anything like the attoution it deserves. He ap pears to lmvo lixed bis affections on the ZSdcu-Uomlmlit site to such a degree that liij miud is scarcely open to reason oil bof auy othrr. Tlioro is an ; tbvious explanation of this preference. A. well-known yachtsman, ho looks upon j tho pbesesaion of a lino harbour as an i indispensable adjunct to a federal ■ Ospital; and a...
DAIRY FARMERS' CONFERENCE. A Union Formed. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901
DAIRY FARMERS' CON* . FERENCE. . '. • A Union Formed. A con'fkken'ci; of dairy, fanners , was opened on Wednesday', afternoon at the Qneen's-hall," Pitt-street, under the presidency of Mr. Alex. Campbell, M.L.A., the main object of which was to form a union of dairy farthers. There were about 50 delegates present —from all parts of'the state, nlon^with Messrs. Rose, Morton, and Millard, M.sL.A. The movement is the outcome of a conference held in Sydney during April last under the au.-.piees ol the govern ment dairy expert, when undue legis lation was threatened, and the abolition of private separators discussed, along with compulsory pasteurisation. This aroused so strong feeling in the Kiama district that a Dairy Farmers' Union was necessary throughout th§ state to cope with the dairy industry in all its phases of manufacture. It is believed that united action and the allium! in come derived would create a -power which would be of paramount import ance to this rapidly growing indus...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901
Furniture.! ANYONE REQUIRING New or Second hand Furniture I Cannot do belter tlian Call at Railton&Co.| AUHUKN-ST. (near Gillespie's Factory). We Manufacture All Classes of Cabinet Work | and Upholstery. Repairs a Speciality. Picture Framing Faithfully and | Cheaply Done. FOR SALE, TworSprlng Sulkies. 4 s-l Short Shafts, 3ft. 8in. wheels ... o „ 4ft. sin. „ ... 7 „ 4ft. 4in. „ ... 8 Thrce^Spring Sulkies. Short Shafts 8 n ,, butter finish 9 ij. ,, full squab back ... 10 .J „ roeS, 2 steps IX £ „ wheels 1:)-, quality guaranteed 12 „ best finish, quality guaranteed 15 101 Full Tray Sulkies. Shafts 9 0 „ full back 10 101 „ &lt;1 quality gua ranteed 12 10 Penbcrthy & Donnelly's Patent Spring Shaft Sulkies. | Shafts, quality guaranteed ... 15 10 | „ best finish, quality gua ranteed 18 10 Bent Shaft Sulkies. Shafts, good quality 12 10 „ best finish, quality gua ranteed 18 10I | „ best finished 15 i° .We stock the Best English and [American Buggy and Sulky Harness 1 ...
A FLOWERY PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901
K FLOWERY PUBLICATION! We have received trom Mr. A, &lt;1ctHIicw, manager Goulburn Seed and Nursery p.iny, a copy of their catalogue for 11)01-2. On the cover we read " A Hook brimful of useful information for the Onrden, Orchard, and Kield and till* AaJi'ment is fully hcirne out when one opens the Imti, Seeds ut all denominations, colors, and shapes ■, Jl/;\vcrs of every conceivable hue, and vegetables that would ■ itiake the mouth of a Chineke" idol water, are dealt with, and the man who can't tind out the kind of seed and .vegetable he wants after a study of Ihe book ought to goto an experimental farm for ten years. i