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WEDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901
WEDDINGS. This morning Miss ISmily Felicia Matthews, \ eldest daughter of Senior-sergeant and Mrs. IS. Matthews, of Beppo-streel, was .married at S. Saviour's Cathedral to Mr. Alfred Charles King, of (lie railway locomotive department, Gouiburn, and eldest surviving son of Mrs. J. Halioran, of St. Helen's, Clifford-street. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. Canon Martin. The bride was given away by her father, and was handsomely attired in white brocade, trimmed with chiffon, silk lace, and-— orange blossoms, wreath and veil. She also' wore a very pretty gold neck chain with massive gold cross attached, and carried an artistic shower bouquet, the gifts of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were Miss, Gertie Matthews, sister of the bride, and Miss Nellie Halioran, step-sister of the bridegroom. Miss Matthews was dressed in shadow muslin, trimmed with Valenciennes lace, and with silk streamers edged with silver gimp. Miss Halloran's costume was white muslin, trimmed with Valenciennes...
Telephone Communication a Fire Station. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901
Telephone Communication a Fire Station, Tsik lnL-al Kiiv li,,,icl ar- "i"- • adi >11 with a view !■> li:ivin,; i|,L. ^,.,7.1 r ' Malum coiuicctwl with the telqilm.ic c diaiij,&lt;.\ Application hasb.cii nin:|j Siiroti Mr. A*!it'-n jur a i-i t;,L* r.iti-j m ve.inv t'.r .-.icr; -crvi:j, a> il is i:«u, .|,s i ca-c I* (flic f:ul::i^ lor fecial c thir rc»rva
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901
PROSPEQTUS ] ■ . "'"V ' ' OK The Werriwa Times Newspaper Company,'Ltd., (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, ^1500, divided into 300 Shares of £$ each, of which 200 are now offered to the public for subscription, payable £2 10s on application, and the balance at an interval of not less than 3 months from date of formation of Company.. 50 Shares, fully paid up, will be allotted to the vendors, Messrs. Locke and Barrett, in 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 may 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 have bee...
RAILWAY AMBULANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901
RAILWAY AMBULANCE. I'iik annual nompotition for tbo Ootnini* •loniMh' Hhiold among the various atnbulauce t-nrp* of thi* htrttu touk pluro in the liuilway rn«titutc, Sy4noy. on Mnuduy. Jhooxumiuer wan Dr. Roth, of Syduoy. The roault wuk Sydooy.Nu, 1, 100 poiuto. 1; Sydney.No. '2, t(i point*','v; Goulburti (under Ganger .Tone#) 102 puiutH, a. 'Die oxmuhmtion wr.N con ducted on tho syatwn pruetfail by tbo .St. j iohn'tf Ambuinuco AMndatiou, totally dliturcut; w that on which tho Goulburn men hud been trained, and this may accouqt for tbu low taken by iho 1'K-al hgmvd. The following tender has been aeccpted Crookwell to Tarawa, C. Gategowl, Wood ho«?clc*f. £215 10 4. Constable O'Mahony of Cooma, b;u», we iCoomu Express) learn* been transferred to Gculburn,
Commonwealth Rifle Association. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901
Commonwealth Rifle Association. Bhisiiane, Sunday. — The adjourned meeting o£ the council of tho Federal Rifle Association was held on Saturday niglit, Colonel Finn presiding. Other lnombers present wore Colonel Temple ton and Sergeant Ross (Vic.), Captain Marshall and Mr. Quinn (S.A.), Major Honry and Captain Richardson (Tas.), Lieutenant - Colonel Lyster and Mr. Ferguson (CJ), and Lieutenant-Colonol Davics (New Zealand). The rules were brought into confor mity with the amended title of the] association, changing the name " Fede lal" to "Commonwealth" and "Aus tralasia" to " Australia." Pursuant on the authority to levy a contribution of £10 per annum on each state association for defraying expenses conferred upon the council, it was decided to make a call of £7 10s this year on each state association. The council considered the conditions for tho noxt Federal match, to he held in Adelaide noxt year, and will report their decision to the different state associations in due course. ...
THE CUCKOO CLUB. [RECORDED BY THE LYRE.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901
THE «2U@K©0 6LC8. |!vK'Ji)UL)i!L> iiv Tim Lyri:.| The weekly meeting of this club was held at the residence of the president, Mr, Cuckoo, ol Auburn-street. , The president after welcoming members, complimented the Lyre upon bis very accurate report of the previous meeting, and suggested that the salary of (he said Lyre be raised from two to three beers per week. j Mr. Pimple : " Before agreeing to such ex travagance I would like to have our recorder's assurance that our gvnerosity will not be the means of raising his pride to too high a degree." 'l'iie Lyre at once gave the assurance that there was no pride in his family, and the increment was at ance agreed upon. Mr. Flap : " While oil the subject of incre ments, I would like to point out the scandalous proposal to increase the already exorbitant salaries uf public school teachers.^ t would cut these people down to a bare existence be cause of their utter usclessness. Schools and teachers are a snare and a delusion- I have a son...
BRAIDWOOD ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901
BRAIDWOOD ELECTORATE. Mu. A. K. Ciiai'mas, M.L.A., has been adyiicd thai the sum' of £30 has been approved of to be spent on the road from Tarago via Bronti to Bungonia and that the remainder will be provided for after the estimates are passed ; that the necessary repairs and renovations to the AraUten police quarters and also the erection of fencing will be carried out when funds are available ; that the following grants have been approved of from ihe prospecting vote :—Messrs. T. Gregory and party, Primrosj Aline, Xerriga, 100,feet of driving, i'.t 3s per foot, and J. \V. Wiggins 58 feet of sinking at .15s a foot, for iS feet and 27s 6d and 30s a foot for every 25 feet after ; that a road gang will be put 011 111 the vicinity of Oallen during the present month to complete the neces sary repairs on the road in question ; that a special officer will be sent to report 011 Mr. Morton's battery site, Major's Creek ; that the repairs to the Inve'rary Park and: Bungonia road will be carr...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901
SMALL DEBTS COURT. Tl'KSIlAY. HnroKK the Police .Magistrate ami Mcssr . . \\\ 8. Foxall and A. A, Mitchell, j The list contained fifteen eases, live »»i i which were .settled, three withdrawn, and [one cane neither, party appeared. ! 'The following Were undefended, :ui&lt; I verdicts were given for the plaintiff. a I under j Henry Hnxtahle v, G. Hall.—Gondi *olci ij*7 12s 91I. with 5i costs. f ' William Beogling and S>:i r. Win. ISdwards.—Meat supplied, /J.i ifi.« ud, with 6s costs. Mr. O'Brien for plaintiffs'. Edwards and Co. v. John Hurley.—Goods sold, l fis, with j's costs. Kdwards and Co. v. M. McLennan.—Goods told, 15s, with 3s costs. Same v. Win. FiUgihbons.—Goods sold, itfs fid, with 7s costs. The following case was defended William Jobson v. John W., Francis and Quinton Mooro.—Claim, £3, for damages incurred (Iirou^h seizing tour horses. Mr. Hell* for ptoimitf; Mr, O'Brivn for defen dant*. There wa> a rlouM about the proper servicc of the summonses on Francis a...
A Mysterious Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901
A Mysterious Fire. The Grata council chambers wero totally destroyed by firo oarly on Monday morning. The fire was dis covered by Mrs. Beynard, who aroused the council cleric, Mr. D. Gordon. The latter found the catch of the door broken, and the safe door open. The aafo wan supposed to contain about £70. Bonior-constable Snushall and others succooded in saving some of the furni ture^ but all the records, including the plan* of tho town, were destroyed. The building was insured in tho Mercantile Muttfal Company fur £100, It was of stud and jvontborboard. .'i'Jirceurrosts hove been made by the deto'tivos in connection with the extensive robbery of jewellery from the premises of Mcsara. John J. Burt and Co 'Sydney. In effecting the arreits tho dotectivos socured a numbor of skeleton and other keys, and also four ladios' parasols. The Imperial Parliament was pro ro^nocl /on Saturday,- when special reference's were made tit the King's speech to colonial loyalty. It was stated that the op...
The Larceny of 4d. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901
The Larceny of 4d. I'iik liunowa &lt;0ua iter Sessions wore held on Monday boforo Acting Judge Armstrong. There was only one case VXor trial. A lud named Josopli Downes, ngeil 15, son of a mail contracts between Taylor's Flat and Frogmore, was -presented on a charge of the lnriony of Id, wliioli had been wrapped in n piece oi' paper and placed 111 a roadside box with two letters for post ing. The jury, without leaving the box, roturncd u verdict of not guilty, and the accused was discharged.
Babes in the Bush. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901
Babes in the Bush. Two children, Linden Culnane, aged nine, and Alfred Collins, aged seven years, whose parents live at Reno, went rabbit-shooting oil Saturday morning, lost their way, and wandered about in the bush for 36 hours in bitterly cold and rainy weather. Search parties scoured the bush in all quarters. Eventually the children applied at the home of John Burke, Cooba Creek, for food, having travelled nearly 30 miles. They were much exhausted, and suffered acutely from cold and hanger.
Cable News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901
. Cable News London, Monday. Therk are 500 Boers, including several women 011 horseback, engaged in the Fauresmith district collecting horses'. J A section of the Mafeking railway having been wrecked by a commando, an armoured train came into action and escorted the mail back to the terminus. Commandant Scheper is isolated in 1 the south. It is reported that the Boer resist ance 111 the Orange River Colony is almost ended. Miss Ada Crossley lias been engaged for the Gloucester, Leeds, and Preston musical festivals. At a meeting in Chicago, O'Donovan Rossa advocated the tiring of the principal cities of England, to terrorise the Government. Michael Davitt ap plied for funds for the Irish cause. Deportation of 704 officials atul women servants has followed the in quiry into tlie recent lire in the Sultan's Palace. . German warships have been ordered to the Venezuelan const. The United States will enforce the neutrality of the Isthmus of Panama. The steel workers' strike is spread ing ...
Lake Bathurst. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 21 August 1901
Lake Bathurst. A CORRESPONDENT writes :— Influenza is very prevalent in this district, several people being laid up. Mrs. Stanley Best, who was taken &nbsp; into Goulburn last week, so as to be under the care of a doctor, we are glad to hear is pro- pressing favourably. &nbsp; &nbsp; One of the oldest residents of this district, Mr. John Shiels, died at Boro last Saturday, and was buried in the local cemetery. The Rev. Stanley Best officiated. It was one of largest funerals seen here for some time. He leaves a large family, amongst whom are Mrs. Reynolds, of this village, and Mr. Thomas Shiels, of Inveralochy. &nbsp;
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901
COMMERCIAL. GoL'Luchs, Friday, 'Tub inclement weather during the past week has catted business to be slow ; but on thd other hand the fall has been most bénéficiai ;vnd assures a good season. It was the best rain experienced here for a long period. The mills report trade brisk ; ilour has. risen 58 per ton, and is quoted at ¿6 ios to £"} per ton. , Wheal is worth 2s 4d, a rise of from id tu 3d per hushel. A little excitement has been, experienced in breadstuff during the past week owing to free exports leaving the market rather short of supplies. Farmers are holding on to the balance of their wheat until they see what the yield is likely to be next harvests The late rain has had a bcnciicial effect on, the crops, and should the coming season be' favourable it is anticipated that they will be the best harvested for some year?. On Wed nesday a meeting of millers in Sydney resolved to resuscitate the old Millers' and Merchants' Association, and to raise the price of Hour in Svdney to ^...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901
FOOTBALL. rim final of the senior competition will be Mayed to-morrow beUveen the Wallaroo and uoulhuru Clubs and a rattling game may be expected. With tine weather there should be a large attendance. Following are the teams Wailarrou : Chard, Koberts, Coufoy, Holton, , Chard, MeDougal, Kyan, I'oole, Kogau. ¡ Bridges, Gitlson, Ivremer, Wcttig,- Forrester; i Kiehardson ; emergencies, IToklurf, Dohurty. Goulhurii will be picked iruin the follow-; tng:—Prvke, Jobson, Hoet*, PriUIer.Snowden, UcDougal, McAlister, O'Neill, Martin, Jewell, Wilson, Weaver, Smith, Judd, Kenton, Sotheran. Kogan. The Warrigal team against College will bo —Mills, Pursehouse, Gale, Kawelitfe, Mans tield, Thomas, O'Xeill, Edwards, Hoots, L, King, G. King, Kogers, Wilson, Uest, Weare, Maloney; I son, Fowler.
Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901
Our Special Wire. SYDNEY. Friday Afternoon. An English syndicate now having the option of purchasing the Cobar«Cheaney mine» has made overtures with a view to the purchase or Penk ¿oíd mine,' Chesney copper iniiie, the ¿real Cobar copper mine, and , ¿melting works, Lithgmv; for £1,060,000. I The deal is likely to coineoff. , LONDON, Thursday ^ftcrnoon. Boer raiders under Haasbroein have been surprised at Doornberg, north of Craddock. Theçewere 7 killed and 21 captured. Kigltty per cent, of the rabbits by tiic steamer Duke of Sutherland were condemned. The vessel left Sydney on May nth and took from Melbourne 8856 crates of rabbits and from Sydney 60 crates. The French cruiser Çassard has starlet! for Constantinople. The naval division are ready to follow. At the review at Rheim before the C¿ar 125,000 troops will be present.
TWIG POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901
TWIG POWER. A curious instance of the power exerted by a growing twig, may be seen in the Judge's quarters at the Court House. A small stein of Westeria, about the- eighth of an inch in : thickness, forced its way between two of the ! htçivv coping .stones on the outer wall of the east side of the Court Mouse, and continued to grow there, shaping itself to the very tiny opening between the stones, and gra'dually : forcing them apart about a quarter of an indi. ¡ The portion of twig growing on either side of j the imprisoned piece lias assumed a bulbous I form aud has a curious appearance.
The State Butter Show. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901
The State Butter Show. Mb. Kidd (Ministor for Agriculture) has rocoived tho report of tlio thveo judges appointed in connection with tho recent state butter show. Tlicy say that tho most oducational point in con nection with tho exhibition tras tho fact that tho butter held at very low témpora turcs (18 dogroos Fnhreuhoit) l;&lt;&lt;pt very much better than that held at tho usual temperature of ¡¿8 to 20 dogroos In the Caso of ouch exhibit ouo box was stored at 18 degrees aud ano at about 28 dogrcea, and tho judgos roportoil that aftor being two mouths stored it could scarcely bo credited that the samples of butter hold at tho different teuiporuturos wore eimilar in quality when stored. It was fouud that tho butter held at tho lower tompernture was of a much superior quality This coincides with previous experience, which is to the effect that butler shipped to Euglnud at tho lowor teuiperuturu arrives in tho best condition, lîoports which tho minister has received fr...
OLD AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901
0|.I) 4GE PENSIONS. Tin; Old .lue 1 VnMuii .\cl phakIl'.-. that anv pension not claimed by ' tiic" 2tst of each iiVoiith shall hccomc void for Ihalimiuth. The contrat lío,nil lu Sydney has, however, made arrangement:! with the Hank of New South Walcs.to pay pension« for this uuinth only till 31st instant : consequently pensioners who have not yet received Ihur money can obtain it If they apply before next Saturday week. A further js pnln|s rinai \ycdm.'sd;iy morn ing makes Uli; total toll of r;(¡n in Quuliiiini since Inst I'rulav 3po pqluls. This nioriting was line, but this afternoon purtcuds more rain, Since; Wednesday morning Crookwell lias iiail ifi points and Taraiga an. Cootuahad i u points un Thursday. A meeting of the committee of the memo rial to those who have served in South Africa was held at the Town Hall on Wednesday evening. The Mayor was in the chair. The name ôf the movement was altered to the "Goidburn and District South African Memo rial Kund." Mr. IÍ. A. Iletts, ...