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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

» GOULBURN. POLICE COURT. Xi • Thursday. Bkfohk thePolicoMa^istrate and Messrs. C. H.- Huberts and W. Mather. ' . V DHUNKKS'S'KSS, '* i One defendant (oil bail) pleaded guilty to drunkenness, and was lined 5s.—Paid. I / LICKSSlv APPLICATION*. On the application of Mr. I*. J. Meyer, per-1 mission was panted to Jane Cummins, widow of the late J. J. Cummins, licensee of the La^tfau. Hotel, to carry on the business of the h<AcJ uUtil the estate of her late husband was administered. Ctl.VKin: Ol* UAMAlJINU I'KOl'KKTY. John Will-Mann stood.charged, on remand, with dama^in^ a quantity of furniture, the property of Peter Sinvthc, licensee of the Prince of Wales Hotel, I'nion-slreet, Xorth Gonlburn. Defendant was before the Court nu Satur day, when he pleaded guilty to datnn^in.U a quantify of furniture to the value of .*os. bmythe said he believed Mann to be insane, and he wits remanded till to-day (Thursday) for medical observation'. Dr. McKillop deposed that Mann was per fectly...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

COURSING. The final meeting of the New South Wales National Coursing Association commenced on J Wednesday. hi the Champion Cup unci St. 1 Leger Stater;? the Gnulhurn tings, Kaugatira 1 .uul Kanaka were beaten in the first round. On'the second day {Thursday), in the run tor .the Ladies' ilracelei, Kanaka won his two courses. ^ The linals of four courses will be run o«f to-day in addition to a supplemen tary stake. 'J'he ehamphn, Hraddun's Hint, in liis last course on Wednesday for the Champion Cup dislocated one jf his feet, and I Mr. Kladou hail to withdraw htm.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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FRIDAY. Before the Police Magistrate and Mr. Kerr. ALLEGED UNSOUND MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

Kkiuay. Before the IVificc Magi.str.ite attcl Mr. Kerr. .\U.K(51il> I'XSOUSIt MIND. Patrick Goodwin, an elderly man. was brought tip on rem;md a* being of impound mind. I)r.' McKillop deposed that although I Goodwin was ni weak intellect he was fit to he discharged ; his friend? were prepared to takeeareof.htm, Discharged accordingly.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

SPORTING. ■ KOOTlULL. : . ♦.The return mulch between the combined j .schools and King's College was played on the deanery on Wednesday, and.the College were J 'again victorious and won by. 14, points to three. 'IVies were obtained by Dcnnecti, Hepburn (two),and Waldroti, and Gale con verted one for Hie College, whilst'Hoddington | scored ft»r the schools, Hepburn, Dcnneen, Gale, Ita?;tcr,'and U'aldrnis were the pick of i the College, and Haddington. Downey, and I Mfich plaved well fnr the losers. Mr.'janies I'rvke acted as referee. The following will represent I he Wallaroo against. the Wallaroo juniors :—Kreuier, 1*<k>Ic\ Guidon, Charcl, Ro^an 12), Uvan, Wet tig, Forrester, Hridges, \\Iol)ougal, Bolton, Roberts, Confov, Kohertshaw. The Warrigal junior team for Saturday will be picked from the following plavers:— Purse-house, Weekes. RawelitTe, Gale,' Mans field, Mills. O'Xeill, Tinhain, lidwards, Roots, Best, I,. King, G. King, Wilson, Weare, Rogers, Fowler, Ison, Mal...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTER III. Linda Molroso, tlio flowor-girl, stood whoro Lavinia left hor, tlio _ bulf Bovoroigu clutched in her palttl, till tlio youug lady had passed out of sight, and hor own oyos wore full of gratoful tours. " How liandsomo and how good eho is!" murmured Linda; "I should like to be a dog that I might follow her whorevor eho goos, and feast inysolf always on hor boautiful face and sploudid clothcis! Shall I ovor seo her again? I'll be hero to-morrow and evory day, as long as there's a chanoo that sho's still in Dovor." But the contents of hor basket wore still unsold, and for sorao hours the girl continuod to roam tho stro ts trying to get riii of them. A cold wind had sprung up; podostrians walked briskly, instead of sauntering on the pier, or sitting on the beach to listen to tho band; -and Linda bad sovoral posies still on hor hands, whon, for Tory weariness, she relinquished hor efforts to find buyers. Bo great was her dread of being called to account for ha...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

" CLAREMONT," Bourke-st., GOULBURN, Opposite Churc!) Hall, 2 Minutes' from P.O. ami Government Offices, Affords exceptional opportunities to ' tb<V>e seeking SUPERIOR BOARD AND RESIDENCE Ami a Helmed Home. ■_ Excellent Cuisine. Terms Moderate. Good Stabling and Coach Mouse. MR. f. E. DWftR, attorney,' 'solicitor, * proctor; L'ommjssiokeb foii Affidavits, MONTAGUE - STREET lover Siintls* Sale Yards), GODLBURN. VISITS (ifNS'IXC; FIRSTFRIDAY . ' ' - OK KVKKY .MONTH... Agent for Imperial Fire Insurance Co. Limited.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

DtftECTQRY. THE SIMIJS9X"COn Oil, Color, and.Lyad Merchants, itx) Auburn-street. .. **• SAM BAILEY, Vcrner-street, Stove anil Oven Maker aiul General Agricultural black smith. ■T. J. ftV'CIC, House, Laud, and Commission Atfunt,/ Sloane-street, Goulburn. Rents . ahtr Dfcbts' Collected: ' LAKE'S !UViVky STABLES. CHlTord-st. Goultmrn.' Vehicles of every description always on hire. \V. K. McLEAX, 178 Auburn-street, Goul burn, Huise Shoer and General Black smith, Agricultural and Farm Implement Maker. Repairs promptly cxcculcd Horse-shoeing a speciality. AYLIXG-'«S:' PRYK b\ Stock, Station, House Land, and General Commission Ag*<lut$ Herald Chambers (opposite l'o»t & Tele graph Office), Auburn street, Goulburn. j. TURNER, Goulburn Marble Works, Ver* ner-street. I«owcsl Prices. Designs posted free on application. BI2RGMARK, O. (First Honors in Examina tion N.S.W.), Chemist and Druggist, Auburn-street, Goulburn. £. L. MAT HEW, Chemist and Dentist, Auburn-street, Golburn,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

•noi^tun JOiJcajui pub snounds eq^ jo eiBMaq ptre puBjq StJLNflH IVNIOraO 3HX tiiB^qo noiC aans uo isaq »to eq *j jH^irap* JitiuoApra *1 pa* 'euji jo )*«) aq» poo^ soq 'ujnqtnoo Jt2 ajuo ppjnioejnuBM n it»n«'AlNO HSaMDd ONlMVfl ■> . LN'OH 1VN1GIHO aMXV»SA"U?v<l?e?B<>9 At*"°e*«peixoq?paii29tD*iCB3 it«q) aoi|utu o) wjsap Xgq; 'ajujarjnacia Jicr^ ja japAioj Snmrg er j|o x-ossrtl 2ni«q «j« U0pM0<i Jauva jousjbx vno smiava manaiaoa ivaaspsr aziH«3 TCNIOiaO S.lWflH 1°iujinpnjuireu oq) joo»|>ai»iotneino)oraoaSmjtqu '(yJOIJ-flVO LAKE & STEWART, Clinton-street, Gonlburn, Steam Manufacturers of Waggons, Vans, Draya, Spring* 6arts, and Sulkies. WE KEEI^tHe LARGEST STOCK out of Sydney of ABSOLUTELY DRY TIMlllCR, without which no Vehicle can be faithfully Built. The Works of the Finn arc the LARGEST in llie SOUTHERN DISTRICT, and everything that Workmanship, Machinery, ami Steam Km do is done 011 the premises. Our prices arc the lowest for iirst-...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

PARLIAMENT. Ix the Legislative Council oil Wed nesday, Mr. Suttor, vice-president of the Executive Council, moved the second reading of the Marriage Bill, and explained its provisions, pre mising his explanation by saying that in the Marriage Bill introduced last session, and shelved by a count-out of the House, there were" several objec tionable features which had been eliminated from this bill. He pointed out that one of the main provisions of the measure would deal with the ques tion of offences such as felony and misdemeanour, atid a special tribunal would be constituted, presided over by a District Court Judge, and the accused would have the fullest oppor tunity of being heard in liis dcfeucc. He also pointed out that one portion of the bill would deal with matri monial agencies, and it was intended that ministers, whenever it might be considered necessary, should be compelled to make every possible en quiry into tile character and history of jpersons coining before them before...

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WOMEN'S FRANCHISE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

WOMEN'S FRANCHISE BILL. Is the Assembly on Thursday the feature oi the evening was undoubtedly'the debate upon the Women's franchise Hill, the second reading of which was moved by the Premier. The Premier explained that a provision would be incorporated in the hill that its right? should not be exercisable until the next general election, and therefore women would' not have a right to vote at any bye*electioi> which might take place during the*life of the present parliament. The measure formed one of the leading planks in the platform 02 the goveinmenf. and even the leader tif the jppositiou left the question an open one. li was provided that women should not sit ii. parliament, but Mr. See thought that in course >t time if they wished to become legislator? diis might be altered. Women had to obe> the laws. They were equal, intellectually, ii. ;heir attainments to men, and he belicved'thai they would exercise their judgment in tin election of members intelligently, and witl...

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WHY WOMEN SHOULD NOT HAVE THE VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

WHY WOMEN SHOULD NOT l HAVE THE VOTE. "Wombs cannot have privileges and rights too, and simply to get what she calls a political right she is aiming at what will be the destruction of the highest privilege of woman.'' Thus Mr. P. J. Gandon wound up an address to a gathering of about 100 men and women at the School of Arts, Sydney, on Monday night, on the sub ject of " Why women should not have a vote "—but in effect it was what he said at the beginning and all through his lecture. To those who understood the matter, he declared it was a profound religious, moral, economic, and social question, fraught with the gravest consequences to the national welfare and the future of humanity. The evils underlying the questions of woman's rights were of a tar-reaching character and insid ious. Its advocates pointed triumph antly to the example of New Zealand and South Australia, and asked" What has it done ?" To say that women's suffrage " has done no harm" was the feeblest of all admissions—an...

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COUNTRY WATERWORKS. Extraordinary Complications. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

COUNTRY WATERWORKS. Extraordinary Complications. Repkeskxtativks of., the Hay Municfpai Council, introduced by*Mr.. Hyrne. M.L.A.J waited upon the Minister for Works on: Thursday to lay before him certain of their troubles^ It was explained that the council was anxious to raise a loan to enable it to build a town hall. As. a matter of fact the loan had been arranged, wlien it. was sud denly discovered that the council's indebted-1 ness to the Government in connection with I the waterworks was a first charge on' all the' council's revenue, and consequently the loan could not be completed. It was pointed out that the situation was a very serious one, affecting many municipalities/and the resulf of the discovery would cripple the financial operations of Hay and other incorporated areas which were in a similar position for many years to come. 80111c municipalities were in the position of having actually raised loans quite innocently,' giving the lenders of the money security which was p...

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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. By A. Lansdowxe, Seedsman, Coulburn. 11IK very severe winter has stopped growth, but (luring August there should be ;i little improvement. Many crops should be got in at once. As potatoes will be very clear, it will pay to put in a few early, and cover them from frosts. Fui'tlier severe weather may be expected, cold winds, frost, snow, and rain. Get all heavy work over, and give plenty of manure to all crops and fruit-bearing trees, and let all land be broken up deeply to enable it to retain moisture. KITCHEN* GARDES'. Sow parsnips, carrots, beet, onions, cabbage, peas, broad beans, lcttucc, raddish, leek, &c. Some turnips may be tried. Plant out asparagus and rhubarb roots and dress beds. Toma toes may be sown in boxes. FIELD. Sow peas, unions, cabbage, early potatoes, grass seeds, mangels, and prepare land for swedes, ■Sc. ORCHARD. Finish pruning, planting young trees, draining, trenching, and manur ing. Be careful to plant young clean...

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Cable News. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

Cable News. London*. Wednesday. Tin; remains of the Empress Frederick were interred at Potsdam to-day. An imposing procession to the strains of funeral music traversed Sans Souci Park amid the tolling of bells and the booming of cannon. The public were excluded from the park. Count von Waldersee carried the crown of the deceased Empress. The Emperor William and King Edward were in the uniform of tile Prussian Dragoon Guards. The service at the Mausoleum was of the simplest character. Simultaneously with the services at Potsdam services were held in Lon don, Paris, The Hague, Gibraltar, Whippingham (Isle of Wight), and many other places. The Steel Trust has ordered that eight tinplate mills in Ohio, employing 800 hands, shall be dismantled and removed. The Trust threatens that other mills at Mackecsport, employing 10,000 hands, will be treated in a similar manner. Many cities have offered the Trust money, lands, and remissions of taxes to transfer mills to their vicinity. The strike ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Gunning News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

Qunnigg Netfs. (FltOX OVlt OoJIRESroifCENT.) . Wkathkk.—The weaker here continues vccy dry ; warm, sunnv days with severe frosts at i night. Uain is foully needed. ' Hark Dmvk.—For the purpose of having a few hours' shooting a pattv of friends as sembled at Halton, the residence of Mr, M. Tully, on Wednesdai* evening ^ nturt was made about 3 o'clock, and the game beiini plentiful, a most enjoyable evening was spent. About 170 of the pest were dispatched. .The; principal scores were:—W. Hoodie, 30; O. Smith, .IP ; j. Hoodie, 27.; T.. Notley, 25: J. I Tully, 21 : T. Hawker, 17 ; S. Grovenor, 15 ;| K. Lawliss, 7.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

THE LAND. T#k /ojjowing applications were made at Gou!bur«i ,',17 Thursday : — C.ps. ; James5 Hatter, 40 acres. &'iim'aHa ; James Clark, 120 acres, liehnore 5 Hobed Hamilton Bruce Robertson. 270 acres, Guinecor; William fames Lewis, 145 acres, Guinecor. C.ls. r anies 'Clark, 200 acres, Helmorc; Robert; J^njiJton Mince Kobertson, Sio acres, Guine j corlames Lewis. 435 acres, j Guinecor. j It is reported from South Africa itiai Com mandant Bevel s \va> dangerously wounded in the course of «i recent engagement. SI. de HlowiU, the Paris correspondent ol the "Times," says that he has been assured by a French sympathiser with the Boers who Iras returned from an interview with theHoer leaders in Holland( that all the latter, with the exQcyUpn of ex-President Krugcr, who* i$ sublnniiyt>yty?o]yi,arcnbsohitely discouraged by the report «#' .tys. ft is further stated by M. dc HlowiVs jii/.cfinant that I)r. Leyds and others have made Hp their minds to the inevitable. King Ivdward,...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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YASS SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

YASS SESSIONS. The Quarter Sessions war- opened at Yas? on Thursday before Jmti*e ..Kit/hardin^e. Mr. K. Milner Stephen*pro?eL-itieil tor the Crown. Klchard Hutler O'Xeill was charged wilV. stealing -oo sheep, the property of Hvrne Brothers, of lilakeney Creek. He pleaded guilty to tiie charge and was sentenced to two years' imprisonment with hard labour in Goulmtrn Gaol. Walter Allen pleaded gnilty to a charge of stealing a horse, sulky, anil other goods at Gundagai. and was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment with hard labour in Goulbutn Gaol. Albert Hates was charged I with assault. After hearing evidence the I Judge instructed the jury to fmd a verdict of not guilty. Edward Strntton was charged with stealing a horse and sulky, the property of Walter Whitlield. The jury failed to agree and were locked up for the Jfight.

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A GOULBURN BUSINESS MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

A GOULBURN BUSINESS MAN. "The Australasian Saddler and Harness Maker" (the saddler's paper), has the following comment on Mr. J. T. Walker of Vernef-st.. Goulbutn :—Mr. J. T. Walker, who for some years carried on a saddlery business in-Mel bourne until the land boom shifted him, is j now in business in Goulburn, where lie i* 1 doing very well, having so far had a very good winter. Mr. Walker spoke in apprecia tive terms of this paper, and considers it wifl be a means of education to ninny of the younger men in the trade, Mr. Walker has been in business live years in Goulburn. where he was first apprenticed to the trade, upwards of lifty years ago. A chat on trade matters showed a wide knowledge of the trade.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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ORGAN RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

ORGAN RECITAL. Ax organ reutal will he given in S. SaviourV Cathedral on Tuesday evening next by the organist. Mr. C Webb, A.T.C.L., when an excellent programme of instrumental music will be rendered, and will be interspersed "with sacred solos by Mte* Lee, gold medallist Newcastle ICisteddfod (Sydney), Miss X. Fry. i and Mr, J. H. Atkinson.

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GOULBURN AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 August 1901

GOULBURN AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL. Tin: usual monthly meeting «f the oimnittei was hflcl on Wednesday evening, when then were prc*««Ki Messrs.* Bryden (president). Mackenzie. Conotiv. Ism*, Gillespie, Milne. Mevcr, (iimenor, MitcluJI. Knowlman, Martin. Johnson, Knrner. and Mcdonald. Accounts amounting to £132 19s fid and salaries and wages £25 ns 4d were passed for payment. The balance-sheet of the late hospital ball was received, showing nett pro* ceeds«>3*ios. It was resolved that this he published and also a letter flunking all the workers in connection with the ball, Miss Lucy Matthews was appointed to be a pro* bnfionnry nurse. The matron's report siu>w6u' .'bat during the month 24 patients Jtad been* stduwttccl, 20 discharged, 3 had died, and there were 24 fytf.ients remaining in the wards. The secretary was /jjstructed to convey to Nurse Lanckr the svmpaihy of the the occasion, of thei death of her brother, TUi' visiting committee for the .qionth will he Messrs, KryrfgH an...

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