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GOULBURN RAILWAY STATIONMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

uUUUIUKN KAILWAY STATION" MASTER. Ms. McRkk. Ibi' newly-appointed station master fur (liuilbiii n, i>" expected io nrrivs here to-d.iy from Duhbo, his f(inner btation. .Mr. ((Oiild, the retiring slalionniasler, antici pates to leave timilhuni for iilaclcluwn, his new appointment, about the end of this week. He lias been .stationiiiastcr lierc tor about six years, ;|m| ilurinu that time lie has won the esteem of his bro|hcf officials and the general public, Last week lie was the recipient of a liuiKljutilc pairofbriar pipes suitably mounted — >uii|| Jils initials inscribed thereon, in Silvia. V,' H, li, Conollv, of the I!^e'5liil""!.e^f tiie targcM Pf.. lie r.iilwav loeallv, a.i a token of the feeling which li.ad existed between them in j their business transactions.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Werriwa Times. MONDAY, AUG. 19, 1901. THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

Werriwa Times. MON'DAY, AUG. 10, igot. THE FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. If is quite in the ordinary ciiursw of things that the Federal djvenimont should have been subjected to a cooci deal of sharp criticism of late : for What Government can hope to escape censure? The charges broughtayains1 It are mainly two—delay in legislation, and extravagant expenditure, As it is precisely oil these grounds that all our State Governments have been attacked, one after another, by their opponents, it is not difficult to trace the relation of cause and effect. It miuiht have bsen safely predicted, when the federal elections were over in March last, that these evil characteristic.! of the State Parliaments, with which we huvy been so familial* for many years, would soon make their :ippcaram:c in the federal una. It was only nvneHsary to look at the list of representative;! ill both Houses in order in see what nii.niit I be expected from theul. The leading! member* wore all of the type known as "old Parliame...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

THE WEATHER. U.ux set in on Thursday morning in the south-west distriels, ai\d by I'rid.ty it ]|:ul spread miff it|m\: half'the Slate, whilst Saturday's, reports save a further portion visited, no less than 53 stations reporting rain. l'p to S.30 this morning Gontburn ti;ul an inch within a (uw i',rjin(s, and during- tile ■lay several heavy shinvers fell with everv appearance of a continuance. Croolavcil reported 54 points on Saturday, and up to tiiis morning Taralya had a total of 7-,. if: may lie said that the fall has extended ali over the colony.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

PROSPECTUS* / OF The Werriwa Times Newspaper Company, Ltd ,; (To be registered under the Companies 4?ts.) Capital, £1500, divided into 300 Shares of ,£5 each, of which 200 are now 1 offered to the public for subscription, payable £2 ips pti application, and 1 > the balance at an interval of not less than 3 months frprndate of formation /if Company.. 50 Shares, fully paid up, will be .illoticd to the vendors, Messrs.; Locke and ..Barrett, iii full consideration for the purchase of the undertaking and business in connection with the present Werriwa Times Newspaper. 50 Shares will be held for the present in reserve, to be hereafter issued if and when and upon such terms as the Directors inay deem expedient. No money is being paid to the Vendors for the purchase of the abovenamed undertaking and business, but all the capital subscribed will be placed to the credit of the Company, less any expenses incidental to its formation. The Company shall be deemed to be formed when 150 Shares h...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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EXTENSIVE JEWELLERY ROBBERY. Loss Estimated at £500. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

EXTENSIVE JEWELLERY ROBBERY. Loss Estimated at £500. 10.\'K of the most extensive safe robberies re i ported in Sydney for some lime past was i effected between the hours of 10 o'clock on ! Saturday night and noon on Sunday, when it was discovered that the premises of John J. Burt and Co., pawnbrokers, 155 George-street West, had been entered by thieves and jewel lery to the estimated value of £500 removed. At 10 o'clock on Saturday night the shop was left as usual by the person hi charge up to that time. The stock was a large and varied one. comprising article's of jewellery and a great quantity of other property held in trust by the hrm. A front show window con tained pieces of plate, vases, jewellery, and other things of value, but most of the gold and silver articles were contained in three iron safes. Two of these occupied stands in the main front shop, while the third stood in a room immediately at the rear, but connected with a door. H was to the latter that the in truders di...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) Tlio viigno snvmiso throw lier into] nnothor fit of troiuliliug, but slio was too thoroughly cmvud into subjection to i tlio Miirliya to diciam of iluiiomnmig I ihom.' Locked up in lior own liuart' slio mint l<cop all slio luiinv ami all eho I KiisiHicteil j anil, trying to bcguilo hor wslf into plitutinntcr-thoughts oE tliuj beautiful Laviuia uud hoi- mimiiieunt'l tlio weary littlo crouturo lapaoJ at last into forgotfnlnuss. IIow long she had slept she knew not. Slio was roused by an imperative call. Was it Mrs. Marby who uttered it ? Rubbing her eyes she started up directly, puzzled in the first moments of awakening to know where she was. The call was repeated. Close to hci-ear it seemed. Come to me— come quickly !" the speaker said. " I am here," Linda tremulously responded. "Who wants me ?" " Water—bring me water! I am dying with-Jhirst 1 Water and a light! Tliirt! is a demon sitting by my bed who holds ine down when I attempt...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

"CLAREMONT," Bourke-st., GOULBURN, Opposite Church Hall, 2 Minutes' from P.O. suul Government Offices, Affords exceptional opportunities to those seeking SUPERIOR BOARD AND RESIDENCE And a Kelmed Home. Excellent Cuisine. Terms Moderate. Good Stabling and Coach House. MR. W. E. .DWIER, . ATTORNEV,, SOLICITOR, &• PROCTOR, CoMMJSSloSKK FnK AFFIDAVITS, MONTHGUE * STREET (over Sands' Sale Yard?), . G © 13 L B' U 'R N; VISITS C.IWXIXli 1'IKST Kii'lDAY ()!•' K VICKY .MONTH. Agent lor Imperial Fire Insurance Co. Limited.

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

ClIAl'TEK V. Laviuiu was afraid to stir lust tho sounds that hail awakened hoc from sloop Bliould liavo rouuhed other oaru ua well as hoc own, in which case olio might bo discovered listening, aud punished for it. So she shrunk closer to hor littlo chttcgo, and draw tho Beauty budclothos over.hor head ; hut alio could not shut out tho doop tones ot tho voice that grow hoarse with delirious ravings aud agonized pruyors lor water. Tho goutleuiau so brutally uttackod still livod. This thought filled hor with thankful joy; but ho wus Biiffor iug from Lib injurios j bo was hidden away wlioro nouo woro likoly to Buspect it, and tboro wan but tou much reason to four that littlo or nothing had been done lor his reliof. "Wtttor!" ho cried again, and a littlo stir on tho lauding outside made Liuda tremble anow. Wore thoy com ing to complete their horrid work? Who wad tho dreadful man who had first trepanned tho gentleman thither, uud thou stolon upon him when ho wus quite unprepared to dofond...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

CHAPTER IV. Sir Walter Miller's beautiful dau ghter vainly looked for her lover oil the morrow j as before, he came nott neither did any tidings reach her of his whereabouts. In angry mood she both telegraphed and wrote to her friend at Paris, Madame Lavalle ; but this lady's re plies only deepened the mystery that surrounded Selby Arden's proceedings. Incited by his daughter, Sir Walter Visited the steam-packet on which the young man had undoubtedly crossed the channel: but amongst the many Selby appeared to have passed un noticed s and Lavinia began tb ask fearfully if some accident could have befallen him on the way. When this suggestion was scouted by her father as utterly improbable, she began to watch with eagerness for the return to England of Mr. Arden's kins man, Eustace Leyland. He was next heir to Arden Towers. On him would devolve the duty of ascertaining if all was well with the present possessor, and Lavinia, imbued with a feverish restlessness, haunted the pier and wa...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Mysterious Death of a Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

'Mysterious Death of a Woman.1 A sad facility occurred at the house of; Jolin Barnaul Kutllcin, a settlor near King River. cast of Albany, on Thurs day, resulting in the death of Mrs. Riidkin. It appeared that Rtidkin remained nt home owing to his wife's indisposition. The wife served dinner about noon, stew being the dish pro vided. Rudkin drew his wife's attention to :i bitter taste in the dish. She declared .that hers was all right, bearing out the statement by eating as usual; A few • minutelater Sirs. Rudkin became, very ill, and died within 15 minutes. A doctor arrived' in time to save the husband, who took very little slew; The death of the wife was due to strychnine-poisoning, the poison being traced to the food. That morning Mrs. Rudkin visited n neighbour's to borrow sugar. After she had left the neighbour's it was found that a bottle containing strych nine watt .missing. This was subse quently found m deceased's dress. The Rudkins had been married nbout eight months. At m...

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HIGHWAY ROBBERY NEAR MELBOURNE. A Horse-Tram Stuck Up by Masked Men. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

HIGHWAY ROBBERY NEAR MEL BOURNE. A Horse-Tram Stuck Up by Masked •v Men. ' \ MiauocKs'i:, Sunday. A hwhway robbery of the old coaehing-days type was comuiittedat Hawthorn at an. early hour this morning.' The last Saturday night cable tram from the city reached Hawthorn fcrminus at 13.30,''and eight of the passengers were transferred to the: ho"rse tram which connects Auburn with the cable trami -'The driver, Thomas Taylor, a middle-aged man, who is well knbwn'in the district, urged the hordes forward and passed along liurwood roadinto Power-street, climbing a steep hill and turning the corner of Kiversdale-road eight minutes after leaVing the starting-point. Upon swinging round the curve into Kivers* dale-road Taylor saw two men standing on the tramline. Two others were walking along the footpath about a dozen yards behind and, thinking these were some belated pas sengers for Auburn, the driver pulled his horses up. Iiefore the car came to a stand still one'of the men jumped on the ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Farmers' Co-Operative Company, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

Farmers' Co-Operative Company, Limited. Till; second annual meeting of the shareholders of the.. Farmers' Co operative Company, Limited, was held 011 Friday, in the absence of the chairman of directors. Sir William McMillan, M.P., Mr. A. J. Onslow Tliotnpxon took the chair. The directors in their, report stated that the volume of trade for. the half year endiiiy. Jiiiie. 30, ,as-compared u'iUi tlie corresponding period of lasl year, showed an increase' in sales of £ 17,380. The liberal and' increasing support accorded to the 'company was very encouraging, arid gave ample evidence that the principle of dividiii}.' the profits between '.'shareholders and consignors, as introduced by the com pany, was appreciated. An uudertak is'ii.ul been executed by Sir Williain •kMillan and Mi'. J. P. .VleAilhur tliat, Mien the c.ipitul of the. eoliipain (C'icI i'aq.coo, tliev would be pre' pared to sell to the farmers, at par, the capital they now held, and the direc tors pointed out to consignors ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Cable News. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

Cable News. LONDON. Friday. Tltv firm of IVarksvat Folkestone, hn^ been lined £20 anil costs for liejlmg butler with an excess- of Vt"dej\ and ,('50 and cosis for selling butter containing 24 .j-,<gfam| of hnracieacid peril)/ ' ' '» " •\ *:|{j>factory interchange r»f views ha? t;)ken piapc Ijeitt-euu (Jreat Ijritainand Prance* Morocco. X im»ven>cj>! l)us been &t:irtcd to cju»f Mr. t!iuj)Ci»iiinii of president of the Shatter.. ' -nation 01 Iron, SiggJ, and | Amalgamated As>».. - ,eU |*o*. j Tin Workers in (he Cniteu ' -^mli j The Helgian bishops have decided to .*', the migrating members of the French religi ous orders only on condition that they make no collections "and open neither schools nor chapels. The House of Commons has unanimously found the " lihibe " newspaper guilty of a gross broach of Die privileges of the house, and has Munnmued tiu* editor and publisher lt> the bar for in'intuiting that the nationalists practised corruption in connect...

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COMMONWEALTH OLD AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

, commonwealth old age pensions. Skxator Xuild in the Senate on Friday moved—"T!i:it h: Ihe'opinion of the Senate it is desirable tliat a system of old age pensions be established by Cue Commonwealth,-- and that the State Governments be invited to'authorise the Treasurer of the Commonwealth to deduct from the sums payable to the States under section 87 of the Commonwealth Constitution Act an amount required to provide such pen sions." He submitted that contributing schemes were not applicable to provide those old age pensions, which were an absolute necessity of civilisa tion. The experiences of great friendly societies in England were encouraging. The adoption of Mr. Chamberlain's pet scheme might involve an accumulation of the enor mous sum of .£528,000,000, and the withdrawal of so much money from development and enterprise would create a national danger., He believed in a necessity limit rather than all age limit. Senator Dobson : Is tile lion, gentle man prepared to advocate a ...

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South Africa. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

South Africa. London, Friday. Lieutenant-Colonel Gorringe has in: Dieted severe losses near Steynsburg on the forces le<! by Commandants Kruitzinger, Pyper, Erasmus, and Cachet, the two hitter being mortally wounded. Mr. Balfour declares that not a man or a horse will be withdrawn from South Africaunless the military situa | lion justifies the step. The war, lit maintained, had beet! unduly prolonged evfcn from the Koer ; stand point. Lieutenant-General Ni (j. Lyttleton's presence in South Africa is merely a precaution ' in the event of- _ Lord Kitchener falliu.ijill. If Lord Kitchener continues in good health he will • re main in eomniaikluntil the Boer resist ance has been suppressed. Sir WilliamyVernbu Harco'urt con siders that Lord Kitchener's prochma ion is unwarranted, and calculated to irritate. Mr.,. Chamberlain, in reply, showed that in' issuing the proclama tion the authorities had followed the precedents set in tile American Civil War, and in the recent trouble...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

SPORTING. THE TliKF. Kuskhii.l Hacks.—'These races came off on 1 Saturday. The weather was dull and showery, but the attendance good. Kesults Clyde Handicap, 6* furlongs—Caledonia I, Kenfey 2, Australia 3. Won by half a length. 1.22, Hunt Club Steeplechase, 2J miles—Cox comb J, Sportsman 2. Tatta 3. Won by 15 lengths. 5.22. ' Granville Stakes, 0 furlongs — Patch 1, Mackay 2, Mahnnison . Won by three lengths. i.iGf. • ISssington started" a hot favorite (0 to 4) in tliis race, but at no period gave his supporters the least hope. Koschill August Handicap. 1 mile *; fur longs—Patronage 1, Centurion 2. Linden 3. Won by half a length. 2.25, Hopetoun Stakes, 1 mile 1 furlong—Grass pan I, Sequence 2,.April Fool 3. Grand race. Xeclcs separated the placed horses. 1.58. Sequence ran a great horse, and is now quoted at 10 to 1 for the ICpsom. Parraiuatta Mile—Woineruh 1, Patch 2. No third placed. Won by half a length. 1-44*. . . V.K.C. Kaces.—The weather was hue but dull on Saturday last; moder...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

PITHY PHRS. Buds. Steady rain. , A capital silt', Goulburn. | £io,oqq vvorlh of rain. Tom Kose v. \V6m;ui Suffrage. UtHiness brightening in Goulburn. Crookwell line complete about Oct. 10th. JKr. W. Webb will see old friends daily North Ooulburn. . Goulburn girl* say tlild ha* been a.dancing season. The Hon. 1). N. Wise. Attorney*Creneral. visited Goulburn !;isl week.. . Some Sydney sweating firms are: being vigoro;isJy*e.*ipuV.ed. South African war is said to cost £y) 4j2 per minute, or 33^ per.second. Appalling tales are told of: the awful poverty among the I>oet s. IJatluirst recorded 109 points of mutfi needed rain in Jess than two days., Enterprising American trtanufaeiuters now supply Sheffield (Eng.) with steel tools'. . GouUm'ii Progress Association committee wishes to put your; name on the list of ! members. The Association claims to have secured the expenditure of about £10,000 in locals improvements. j The agitation for'« 'branch Po.it and J Telegraph oflie'e at North ...

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A COFFIN OPENED AT THE GRAVESIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

j A COFFIN OPENED AT Till; i C.liAVHSmn, A mas* named Thomas Tenslcy died in the hospital on Wednesday from heart disease. Before the fnitcftoitt <jf flic burial svrvice at the Albury ccmdcry conmienccd';i friend of the deceased stepped forward .it the grave side, and asked I«ather GriNifi if he would per mit the coffin lid to be opened to make sure that Tenslcy was quite dead. Permission was granted', and although deceased hadfceen dead two days the corpse appeared quite fresh. Deceased's friend was then fully •satisfied when he was informed that a certili eate of death had been given by the hospital ; doctors. He staled tljJll he h:|d worked with deceased, who on more than one occasion had become insensible. and appeared dead, and also thai in one instance, while in a hospital, :ie had been carried to the dead house, but recovered, and this was the cause of his anxiety I for his dead friend. The coftin was then reclosed. ami .the burial, service proceeded1 I with, '

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

I'OOTHAM,!# The mutch (or ihc semi-tmal Goutbuvn v. j Collector resulted in a win for the former by *ix points tr» nil. McAlirter ami Jewel scored. Mr. Gould umpired. The junior competition Watrigals v. Col lege refilled in a draw, each bide scorina* three points, dale scored for the former and Kingsell for the latter. Mr. S. Kawclil'fe umpired. - -- -

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PROPOSED INDUSTRIAL FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

PROPOSED INDUS'! n-.1' fAKM5' Tiik Minister for Works* is pushing on as; rapidly n» possible with hif proposal to e.s- ; tablisli industrial farms in country districts.! Reports have been called for from district ] surveyors, and also from the department of i agriculture. Six sites have been suggested.' viz., at Dubbo. Port Maeijuarie, Partes, Wat-; ! tainadara, Grenfell. and Condobolin. Plans1 and particulars are being prepared, so that j an early choice may be made «>/ the most j suitable locality for the establishment of the: first of these 'farms. Once operations are I well in hand with the pioneer, others will j follow in various districts, and the minister! hopes to have the scheme welt advanced! during the coining summer. ! I In a despatch from Rear-Admiral Mean-! nioni, laid upon the table of the House of f Ucprescntatives on Friday, the >|iiestion of a j general naval scheme of defence for the] commomvcallfi is dealt with. He slates that | there should be maintained o...

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