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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

goulburn police court. Monday. Hmj-'oKk the Policc-Majji^triiic't'iJiri Mr. C. H. Noberts. .CKrKM.Y H.t.'TKIi\TIN<i NOttSK. Thomas Benedict Hrnyan pleaded guilty to ill-treating a horse on gth instant by working it with a sore wither and sore flip-'* Constable K^ar deposed that on yth instant he c\v;imhied a horse beiiji* worked by de fendant carting wood and found it had a sore wither and sore hips, the latter were caused by the wond striking it When Ihe curt went into a rut. Killed 20> wilh 4s lod Costs, or imuot'oit nv'i,.uv'a. John I.cccoimt was summoned by the in spector of nuisances for neglecting to pay J is due for the removal of uightHoil froiti his premises by the sanitary contractors. Defendant did not appear, and the case was taken ck p;irtc. W. J. Ko\vlct*$ij)spcctor of nuisances, .dc posed that on/?>{ July l\e wrved de/eiulan! with a seven days' notice to pay the ps men tioned in the information ; he s;jid he would {pay it. but he has not done so ; wit...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Real Value of Crop Rotation. From the Agricultural Gazette of N.S.W [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

Tie Heal Valne of- Crop j. Rotation.*# \ from the Agricultural Gazelle of N.S. IVi 'A bare soil, writes Mr. G. W.'. AlcCiuer in the ' American Agricul-' turist,' must sooner ik later become a barren soil, even without the removal] of crops. This comes as a result ofj the gradual loss of decaying vegetable! matter, humus, the more .rapid wash-! ing of the bare than of a covered soilj the loss of proper mecbjtoical condi tion which comes from the loss of* vegetable matter and the beating rains and the lessened power to take and1 hold water. Water is not usually looked up'on as a plant food; but so far as the plant needs it, it is as much, food as is nitrogen or potash or phos phoric acid. No matter how rich a! soil may be in everything else, if there is no water there is no growth. <{ 1 It is not so much a question of the crop, and what it individually takes from the soil, as it is of the kind of cultivation which it seems necessary to give to the soil while the crop is' gr...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMING EVENTS. TO-NIGHT. (Oddfellows' Hall.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

COMING EVENTS. to-night. ' (Oridfcilows1 Hull.) Goulburn Labour League unci Debating ' Society, 8 p.m. | C.S.K. Football Union, S p.m. ! . TUESDAY. Liedertafel Smoke Concert for gentleine: i Town Hall, 8 p.m. Betmore Lod^c, Protestant Alliance, Protes tant Hall, ri p.m. Victoria Lodge, M.LM.O.O.F., Oddfellows' Hail, 8 p.m. * WEDNESDAY. Organ Kecilal, St. Saviour's Calbedral.

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

TEETOTAL TIV. ^ ToefolalTim, ho had a eo Which would not go from him t ■'5 Ho bouuht.somo rnmto drire it ougW For shame, Teetotal Tim! J It was a cold mid-winter night, |n| But Tim cared not a jot, Si Ilin mind was in a muddled plight? His feet in water hot. lie drank the mm; it tasted bad; > (You see, Tim, took it neat); vj, Then, looking down, he saw he had ]' ' Four chubby little feet. ' ' Tlut'sh Tory strange, I do declare I 1 11 makis my ilesh to creep; "W'lty, there'sli two foot-baths now, I'll shvrare I'— . ,J ' And then ho fell asleep. ■' Six hours it lasted—so I'm told— This spirit-aided doze; <y ^ The'water in the bath grew coldf lijp :And linally it froze. * When lie awoke, the poor old bloke!' Ho.did not think it nice; ,.J Ifis'i'eet were covered like a cloko iiy two square feet of ice. .

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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A Governor's Residence. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

A Governor's Residence. A. riioi'oif.sr, has been trade that the trustees of tlio l'arrumattii I'nrk should nllor to the stato govormout old govoi'E mutit hoiiso, in ord>.T that it might be vuiioviitod uinl usud 113u stuto guAcrnor'H residence. It is understood tlmt n ; special mooting of tlio park trust will bo railed Io discuss tJioproposjil. Ifcisthoilgbt ; lliat, i\8 govoriimeut houso, Sydnov, will lie roij nirod aj u roBidoueo for the Governor-General, tbo state govornuiunt might look with fuyor upon the proposal iiliovoinoiitioned, iiiiiro cspueiully us 1 hu . silo is a historic one, tliu early ^ovornors Aiistrnliii rtmiililig thoro. Thoro aru 280 acres ill tlio ]iiirll| and n railway : platform ivithin 100 yards of the -vi'si ; donco. Of courso, if tlio olfer wen; made anil tho government accepted it, it would bo necessary to expend n Con sidorublo Biun of monoy boforo tho rosi donco could bo utilised by tho stute govornor. i Extract from '■ Libeinl" rcpprt of , Crioi;!i)H...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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CRACK SHOTS A NECESSITY ON THE BATTLEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

CRACK SHOTS A NECESSITY ON THE BATTLEFIELD. f Man; people assert that crack shots Bte not of the slightest value in war, • because they find men on the move very different to hit compared with targets. . This may or may not he, hut there are mnnv instances in which a crack shot, by his infallible aim, has been known to save the lives-' gf his fellow countrymen. A remarkable case occurred during the Indian Mutiny at the siege of Lucknow. The rebels were en deavouring to mount t\*o iSpoundera which they had hauled up on to the flat roof of one of the palaces sur rounding the Residency. If those guns were mounted they would enable the Sepoys to pour down a heavy fire into the English defenders of the Residency. Sergeant Halliwell was the man for the occasion. He belonged to the 32nd Foot, and was a crack shot. Being given the best rifie that could be found, he was told to prevent the enemy from mounting the guns. With the pluck and steadiness of a brave man, he took up his position beh...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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A REMARKABLE ENGINEERING FEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

A REMARKABLE ENGINEERING / FEAT. ■ Durirtg the last three months what is pronounced by experts the most remarkable piece of electrical en gineering in America has been ac complished after three years of labour and some six hundred thousand dollars expended in the enterprise; that is, the Santa Ana river, which comes out of the San Bernardino mountains, has k>m hririlprf.■ and its tinner is now .transmitted to Las Angelos, some . eighty-two miles distant. In a word, 9,000 horse-power it made (0 prop.ei machinery, move street cars, aqjj illuminate and even beat buildings in JLos Angelos, besides furnishing illu mination and power for several Village* ~ ar Redlands, Riverside, .Coltorfisand Ontjtij—between the mountainj^nd the engi.i^ers seem to , agree that the most r'emarltabti ffjture in this development of the power Santa Ana riveris the transmission of electricity of a high voltage over eighty miles of wire with so little loss of energy, the company finding, in fact, .that it c...

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

Shot Rim Up. One may be excused (or feeling a little joy when the man who goes out of hit way to make a rude remark in order to display his wit receives a rebuke that is as courteous as it is at the same time effective. The retort given by a certain learned scientist must have been considerably 4gore amusing to the onlookers than it' 'he learned gentleman's antagonist'"-**- " It happened at a dinner that one of the guests began to deride philosophy, and went on rudely to express the opinion that philosopher was but another way of spelling fool. ' What is your opinion, professor V he asked. ' Is there much difference between them ?' Tbe professor, with a polite bow to his vis-&-vis, responded gravely : 'Sometimes only the width of the table I' Cholly: ' I say, Miss Ethel, why aw—are' you always, aw—giving kisses to your, aw—little brother ?' Miss Ethel: 'Oh, I guess it's .^because there is no man around to take them.' Mr. Archie Anderson, son of Mr. James Anderson, proprietor...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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What's in a Name? [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 19 August 1901

' I remember hearing the following story from the late Canon Bardsley, author of ' English names and Sur names.' There was once a woman —a little 1 ratty/ I think, said the canon, by the way of parenthesis— who bad a son whom she bad chas tened ' What.' Her idea seems to have been that when in after days he was asked liis name and kept saying ' What,' amus ing scenes would iollow—which was likely enough, especially if the boy was careful to prononncc the aspirate, Such a scene did, 1 believe, occur once when he went to school, and was told, as a newcomer, to stand up and furnish certain particulars. 1 What is your name ?' aslted the teacher. ' What,' blurted out the boy, amid the laughter of the class. ' What is your name ?' asked the master again, with more emphasis in bis tone. ' What,' replied the boy. ' Your name, sir!' roared the in furiated pedagogue. ' U'hat, What!' roared bact the terrified urchin. The sequel I forgot, but I believe, it was one of those cases in which the fo...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901

Wanted, A ''Z!-sI;,h!;nwi^PAT 1IAm wy Wanted, l MAS for Bhujjbta-yiud. Able to Kill fl and Hoil Down. Applicants must bu Hit'iKll', I'cli'.'lblc liK'lh Apply K. II. TL'TTI.EHEE. STAR OF THU SOUTH SOCIAL, OA'IVKi'AY. Al'Ci CST Double » > TicSf.* j>. IJunvliijj 8 till ii. For Private Sale, 'WllWT-CI.ASS AU'HA I.AVAI, CKEAM sEl'AUATOU. Churn liv.ttjr Worker, tic. Mas u.'il.v iwn «•'«< » f-'.w montiis. Or W. JOXliS, IT IS NOW RAGING !! P LEYNE'S GIGANTIC WINTER SACRIFICE Has Taken the Town by Storm. Everyone is Talking About If. P. LEYXE'is now in Europe arranging for heavy imports ant! the Stock Must Go. It has commenced to go in real earnest. Now is your opportunity. Fresh, New, Fashionable Goods at prices below anything ever heard of. . The rush and crush of Customers since the Sale started has been phenomenal. This is no Catchpenny Sale. Genuine Kcduc ' ' tions in Every Line. Come and see ! The Prices will make this Great' Winter Sale resound throughout the South. F...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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CROOKWELL RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901

CROOKWELL RAILWAY. O.v Monduy a start wus mudu on tlio Uioo well end uf 11 iv ubovo Hue with the exeuvatiou of u duiu required for wuterhig purpose*. Twenty one iuoii were put on, but it U expected Unit lifter the toaup work has bedli <ii»po*ud of boiuv i 0 or more lmudtt will bo required, uh the work 1m tu bo pushed ou with nil expedition. Wo. " Gufcetto" uuderKtuud^thut a largo number ot mldiliouul liivti are to bo put uu the lino lit ouco to expedite itti eomplctlou. Mr. Wudo, the oujjiueoi* in charge of the whole work#, litis stilted tlnit it is pretty certain thut tlio engine Arill bo rimuiug luto CruokweU by the out! of (Jetober lioxt. . Twelve lliuti^aticl blind, Ocaf. dumb, and consumptive people have started bv 2$ trains (rum lJaris for the famous grotto at Luurdes, jn the south of France,

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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FALSE PRETENCES AND LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901

FALSE PRETENCES AND LARCENY. At the Kiama police court on Friday Fred erick Kalil Iremanded Iron) Ootilburn) pleaded guilty to obtaining the sum of 25s from Frederick Walil, l>y means of false pretences, and was lined £6 or sis months in W0II011 gona gaol. He also pleaded guilty to a charge of larceny as a bailee of ail epidermic syringe, valued at 5s Oil, the property of C. II. Lane, for which he was lined £3 or two muntlis.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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AN ESCAPEE FROM KENMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901

AN' ESCAPEE FROM KENMORE. | A amfinuu at Uenmotv. named Hcnrv George H.iilev, made his escape on Thursday evening He nude for his home at Settleton on the Himla roatl and information having reached the police at Crookwell they proceeded to the place-ami took him in charge.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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CROOKWELL P. & A. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901

CROOKWELL P. & A. ASSOCIATION. ■ A of llto committee uf the above was I lit-lil ut the Sohool of Arts on Saturday lust ! the president (Mr. W. Kennedy. J .IV,.occupy- j iny tho chair. It was decided that the Bpnug • bhuw be held on KritVty, 18th October, IU01, : bud that the mmiiiil idiuw be held on Thursday ; mid Friday. UOth and 1st March. 1 OJ. :

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901

SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. The following quotations on wharf and ex mi) refer only to the wholesale trade, ami are subject to concession* for shippers' parcels Wheat.—Milling 2s 8Jd to 2 s Q}d, prime 2s iod; ehiek'Wheat, medium samples, as 7d, guojl, 2s 9)cl per bushel, Urati.—Quoted at iod to lojd per bushel. I Pollard.—Quoted at lod (nominal) per bus. I Oats.—Prime New Zealand feed, 15 grade, I 2s Oil; other qualities from 3d 3d; milling! oats, 2s yd. Local, prime feed 2fi id. Maize.—Prime grain, dry 2s 8d, other qua* lities from 2s yd per bushel. 1 Chaff. — Local, prime £3 10s to £3 17s 6d, j extra prime £4 to £4 5s; medium 43 2s 6d to £3 7s 6d, inferior from £1 5s. Adelaide •. Prinie,^ 10s per ton. Straw.—Derrick : Local, prime quality, £\ 17s 6d to £z, inferior £i 15s. Tasmanian £1! 17s (id to 2*2 per ton. I Potatoes. — Tasmanian Circular fiends, prime £6 10s ; dark skins, from £0; New Zealand Durwents, prime £$ 17s tin to .£6 per ton. flutter.—Finest creamery, ta: factory, nd to ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901

\VfcliKi,Y CALlCXnAR."'1 ' • Day. Day of '' Month.

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C.S.R.F. UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901

C.S.K.F. UNION. , Tilli weekly meeting of the committee was held ou Moiidav evening, Mr. I.oivrv in the chair. There was a good attendance. Per mission was granted to South Goulburn Public School to play on the Deanery on Tuesday afternoon. The College was given leave to play Crookwell juniors on the 31st Aligust. .'It was decided to play the junior linal on September 7H1. Permission was granted to the two military bodies to plav a football match ou September 7. The secre tary was instructed to communicate with the Svilnev representative, asking him to make arrangements for a metropolitan team to visit! Here on September 1.;. ilessrs. Kyati, John ' l'rvke. and Kogan were appointed selection i committee to pick a Seam 10 play Crookwell i Union here on ;stst August.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY STOCK SALES. HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY STOCK SALES. Homeuush, Monday. About 10,655 sheep were penned, mainly medium and light merinos, with a sprinkling of prime crossbreds; usual attendance, in cluding the Meat Co.; competition wasirreg ular and prices easier, except /or prime sheep which were in strong demand at previous rates; the Meat Co. operating relieved the market of half the supply, Quotations : Prime and heavy wethers 14/6 to 18/3 ; good 12/- to. 1411 medium 9/- to 10/6; prime ewes li/- to 15/i good o/- to 9/6; medium 7/-to 8/. Among the safes were the following E. C. House (Cooma), 42 crossbred wethers ti/, 47 crossbred ewes 9/6, 11 merino ewes 9/; H. B. Smith (Colac), 91 wethers 11/7 to 13/3; southern agents (Cooma), 493 wethers 9/- to 11/; southern agents (Cootamundra), 90 wethers 12/3 ; A.J. and M. McDonald (Quean beyan), 107 wethers to/8 to 10/9; \V, B. Smith (Colae), 235 wethers 15/11 to 17/6: T, Quinn (Young), 99 wethers 11/8 to 12/2; D. D. Pyc (Young), 400 wethers 8/- to git; T. Brobe...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Werriwa Times. WEDNESDAY, AUG. [?] 1[?]1. THE FEDERAL PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901

WEDNESDAY, AtJCS. f:, mat. j - * - I . THIi FEDERAL i'OflT, j If any uvidence were needed to sihmv the visionary character of tin* " federal portadvoatlai by 'MK 'Olli-tfr—and ato'byi JJiv/Glia|fl»:w)v/i»)!.'i)>i).L'r,i'i)' EdeivMonarn in the Federal Parlia ment-—it"- may be found in.-the ile's patch from*-"Rear-Admiral' 'Bfeau mont oii the .subject of our naval defence. In reply to a request made by the Federal Government, through the Governor General, to furnish a practicable scheme for that purpose, the Admiral suggests that an arrange ment should be made with the Im perial Government for the couatruc tion an'tl maintenance of a sea-goiufj H;ot consisting of at least six cruiser*), two of which should he (irsi-class, of 7oco to Naoo tons dbpl.ie:m?nt, and tliv o:h(j!'ii xcanid-cta.'b', with two addition;;! ones in reserve. Kacii of tiiese vessels should be built 011 tin latest models of naval architecture, equipped witli the most improved armaments, manned by trained officers ...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901

THE WEATHER. Up io 8.30 this morning 35S points were re-; gistered at Goulburn since Friday ; during tnc last 48 hours Crookweil had t34 points and Taralga J41. .Three inches fell in Sydney oincc .*1 ondav morning. The weather is hav ing a very injurious effect on breeding ewes oild young Iambs.

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