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Salaries of Public Servants. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

Salaries of Public Servants. The Premier, in answer to Mr. E. Mv Clark,' Baiil in the kouso the other night, that ho wan liot awaro of any " wide spread dissatisfaction" in tho public service uwong officers receiving euln.rios" of under £200, but lie would ask tho Public Service Board to deal with ap peals as soon as it conveniently could. The Public Service Board had furnished him with the following information :— The procedure adopted by the Publie Service Board in grading the salaries of officers of the various departments in 1806 was fully explained in their report for that year. It was there stated that in determining tho salaries assignable ;o the various officers the board had always in view the rule laid down by section 10 of the act—that was, that tho offico itself should be considered entirely'apart from its occupant, and the salary fixed for the post and not for I the person who chanced to fill it. Bince ! that grading took place, however, a Bystem of periodical increment...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MASONIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

MASONIC BALL. Ix connection with the Masonic Ball to be held on 18th September, ;» meeting of belies was held yesterday there being a very good attendance. Mr. H. Huxtable presided and matters in connection with the supper on the occasion of the ball were dealt with. It is not i Intended to. canvass for donations towards the supper but ;w it-is desired that as large a surplus as possible sliould be handed over to i the Deiiovolent Fund any voluntary. dona* j tiotts will be gratefully received. Mrs. \V. Carey Taylor and .Miss. J. Harper were ap pointed secretaries, and tiic following ladies, with power to add to their number, were appointed sub-committee. Table decoration committee Mrs. C. Ferguson, and Mioses. Mvra Hunt, Siocombe, and Ii. Uccgliug; crockery committee, Mesdames. J.W. Daniel, \Y. J. liartlett and C. Moore; supper com mittee, Mesdames. T. F. Meyer, H. Huxtable, A. A. Kerr, J. Knowlman, \V. A. Davidson, P. F. Mollis, — Young and W. Ford.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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ORGAN RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

ORGAN RECITAL. An organ recital was «¡ven in S. Saviour's Cathedral on Tuesday evening by Mr. T. C. Webb, cathedral organist. The attendance was only moderate, owing no doubt to the wet Weather. The programme consisted of four selections on the instrument, two anthems by the cathedral choir, a chorus by the choir boys, and three solos, all of which were musical treat». The organ has been recently repaired and under the capable lingers of the organist gave forth sounds that highly pleased the audience. The numbers were "The Hailstorm Chorus" (Handel), "Adagio" (Mozart), " Offertoire in I) minor" (Batiste), "Daybreak"(Spinney), and "Cuckoo" con certo (Handel). The anthems were 44 Rejoice ye with Jerusalem " (Spinney), and " Send out the Light " (Sninney), in both of which the choir acquitted themselves most crcditably. The chorus, " David 'Singing before Saul," by the choir boys, with solo by ÄI aster Pickersgill, was a pleasing item. The solos were "Vesper Hymn, acceptably sung by Mi...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Wombeyan Caves. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

Wombeyan Caves. The new acaojpniodation house lias boss completed, but the Pypre? road is still impassable. Communication is still via Goulburn. Iho washaway that occurred somo months ago has sot yet been touched. À departmental ostimnto makes the cost of ropairing the wasbaway about ü.300, and that amount is, wo believe, to be placed on the estimate^ for the purpose of effect ing the nocossary repairs.—Moss Vale " Scrutineer." Betöre being expelled from Cape Colony Commandant liruitzinger was chased and hustled by converging British columns, and was compelled to maintain a running light for a distance of 30 miles. The British found 12 wounded Boers belonging to this com mando, and it is stated that Comman dant Kruitziiiger' killed 150 of his own horse?,

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COMING EVENTS. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

COMINO EVENTS. Football—2.15.'Warrigal Ii v. College, and . Wallaroo H v. Fusilier Ii ; 345, Goiilburn -, .v. Wallaroo, tinal. On the Deanery. MONDAY.* . ■' OddfullOWS* Hall. ; Hienrlly Sociehes' Association, 8 p.m.-" Goulbitrn Labour League and Debating • . Society,,« p.m. . . C.S.Ii. Football Union, 8 p.m. ^ .

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

DEATH. It is wilt) i)H(lI) l {l}at we report the ; death ní die wife iif .Vr, A. ('uiijpton, of Auburn-street, railway employee, which oc» currcd at seven o'clock yesterday morning Deceased had been ill for about eijiht weeks witli an internal complain!» which necessitated an operation. Kor that purpose .Mrs. Compton was taken to the hospital about three weeks ago. After the operation she progressed favorably til| the ninth (lay, when a change for the 4'orsu .se/ ¡jí. à feu* days afterwards the medical olticeis of the institution came to the conclusion that the ease vyas Ijupelcsá, and the patient was» brought hack to her idme at the end of last week. Since (hat tii?]e she gradually became weaker and died as above stated. Deceased was years of ajje, and lias left a daughter and five sons to mourn the luss of an affectionate mother. In the District Court, Sydney» on Tuesday before Judge Murray William I íctiry Wheatlcy of Goulburn, brought an action against Kichard Clancy, of 172 Geo...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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MASONIC—LODGE OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

MASONIC—LODGE OF AUSTRALIA. TUB following officers were clected on Wednesday evening l,v the Gotilbtirn Lodge of Australia W.M.. Bru. 1%. Craig ; S.W., Uro, 15. Ü. Sanders ; J.W., Uro. C. Ferguson ; Chaplain, Bro. W. II. Byrnes ; Treasurer, Uro. T. M. Browne ; See., Bro. H. H.uxtablc ; i director of ceremonies, Bro. J. Sominerville ; musical'director, Bro. IS. K. Shield ; organist, Bro. P. F. Mollis ; J.D., Bro. A. C. Barrett ; J.D., Bro. \\\ A. Davidson LG., Bro. I/. Hunt; stewards, Bros; A. A. Lake and C. Mobil ; tyler, Uro. \V. Kattdcli.'

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GOULBURAN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

GOULBURiN POLICE COURtl . Thi.ksday. Befoiœ the Politik-Magistrate. l'KÖTKCTJUV. / Philip IJurk was brought up for protection« Constable Mitchell deposed that on the previous clay Hiirk gave himself up, saying he had no place tg go, but wished to go to the hospital next day ; he now wished to be dis charged. , Discharged accordingly. . t DKUNKI5XNIÎSS. One defendant pleaded guflty to drunken ness. It being his Hrst offeuce he was dis charged with a caution.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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WOMEN'S FRANCHISE. The Second Reading Carried. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

WOMEN'S FRANCHISE. The Second Reading Carried. In* the Assembly on Wednesday the debate upolt the second reading oí the Women s Suffrage Hill was n^iinu'il. '»he lirsl speech was made in* Air. Kden (íoorge, who proved tobe a wanii stipp»'iter «tí the measure. Mr. Carruthers delivered a Ion« and important speech against the bill. lie pointed out that there would he no advantage to women nor anyone else if women's suffrage were granted, although at the same time he admitted that nothing could he said against the ipialiheations oí women for the exercise oHhe right it was Ktroroscd to confer. His principal objection o the proposed reform seemed to he that at present women adorned their homes much more gracefully than they will adorn the world of polities. Women had not asked for the franchise, and he thought that when such a great revolution was proposed the obligation tjf proving the necessity of it should rest with i those who advocated the change. The Minister fur Works undertook the...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

PROSPECTUS OF Tie lerriwa Times Newspaper Company, M, (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) ' : •' Capital, Í1500, divided into 300 Shares of ¿£5 each, of which 200 arc now. offered to the public for subscription, payable.^ ios.on application, and the balance at an interval of liot less than 3 months from date of formation of Company. ' ■ ' V; 50 Shares, fully paid up,-will- be allotted fto.thc .vendors, Messrs. Lockc and ' Barrett, in full consideration for the purchase of the undertaking and business in connection with the present Wurriwa 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. \ro money is bsing 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 io bj formed when 150 Shares...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

SYDNEY MiO.OiXK MAKKlîTS. rhc lolluiying <|«..!al¡.>ns .111 wharf ¡nul es ra, refer ,,,,1y l<> the wh.teal,- trade, ami are u'i • I L\nr,S"",S Pill Cris ,1 í'ÍT . fi *s '''''1,1 -s lul'ltt'nmc i.i inf ¡'i V -ii ^ »"••■Ii"«) -o /(I, iiikiHn «s ,j(l peí Ínwhc!. ¡riin.-i>>led ¡u ,H.r |,Usljd nrVW ar' w* Oat,.-I'rhne New Zealand fevl|, li m,-.„i,. oÍÑ 411,1 !r"í" .¡'I : iniliii« lMl>. .r. ;(l IjíCIiI, |H¡lltC ICed Js |,|. Jlai/e.-l'niiie t|,-v J;i y ¡ j liticc ir.mi .V 7t( ,,lT !,„sim|.

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GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

GOULBURN BOROUGH COUNCIL. . Tili: regular meeting of the borough council was» held last-evening : present Hie Mayor, and Aid. O'Hrien, Kiiowhnan..Wilkic. Iiryden. Donnelly, Ayliug, Mitchell, Custlcy,. and Barrctf. • • - . , . An apology was received'from Aid. New man for hl».absence: • "• The Finance . Committee {August 20 ; pre sent the Mayor,"nn'd Aid: liarrett. kuowlman. imd Nctvmaii) recommended • the following payments:—.. . . General Account. . A■ £ s cl SiIvil J 18 J4 o .Works, icc..v 1Ö4 i II • ib2 15 11. Adopted. *\\ nier' Account. . Salaries 9 17 Ollice expensei» 2 8 Works, &c..... 19 1Ö Adopted. A joint incclin4of tlie linance and works! committee ÍAugu \l 20, present the Mayor, and Aid. Kuowlman, Mitchell, liarrett, Newman, Wilkie, and Aylit^l recommended, in regard I to Mr. Douohoe's o;ier of hu: quarry near the I Kornau Catholic cemetery, North 'Uoulbtirn, ! that Mr. Donohoe he askctl to submit an offer ! in writing setting forth a detail list of proper ties of...

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SYDNEY STOCK SALES. HOMEBUSH, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

SYDXliY "STOCK SALES. Ilii.Mi;ursi(, TliiffSdiiv. Aho\it J4,(>.\Q and l.aiubs pcnnctl : all «ua itius rvnr«sw)tc(l ; aUciittencc «nod, in eluding the Meal Co. ; prime wethers nieí with brisk competition at late values, while tlic market showed a tendency to weaken in regard to other qualities. Quotations—Prime' and heavy wethers, 14s fnl to iSs ; good, 12s' to14s : medium, 9s to 1 is : inferior, &> to Ks Od; prime ewes, us to 15sfxt ; good.osio 12s; medium, 8s to 10s. Among the sales were the following A. S. liurcher (C.ouN burn) 395 wethers, J is tfel to 1 is 1 id ; Hon. tf. H. Roberts (Harden) 14? wethers, 13s lid to. 14!» \ul ; inisicc* <i[ Johnston's lisíate lYaiis) 2«5 wetl\ers, 1.1S 9.d to \$* ¿d î H. Caniphcîl tQueanbeyan) <j: crossbred wethers, 9s to us 6'1. 1'iia-s were good (or tliu moderate supply of lambs forward, is 10 t«*j , °,nI>'. '¿5 vürtlcil, all qualities in cluded . ,iUciid,iucc usual ; market simulated at an advance of ...

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Sale of Intoxicating Liquor to Children. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

Sale of Intoxicating Liquor to Children. AT a recent meeting of Nil- Perseverance I.ndye, N'i). Ih)5, I.O.U.T., tliu following ruso; lotion \va< passed " Thai ill the opinion of tills l.odjje i| ij highly desirable lu su amend the Licensing Law' its to prevent publicans ! ironW-rvlnK intoxicating liquor to children ! under tliu afjc of '16 years." The resolution will Ik- forwarded to the representative fo Goulburn with the request Ig faritiK the mailer | before parliament,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

Wanted, AMAN for Slatjghtefyard. Able to Kill and Hoil Down. Applicants must be. steady, reliable men. Apply R. H. TIÏTTUCHI5E. For Private Sale, I?IKST-CLASS ALPHA LAVAI, CREAM - SICPAKATOK. Churn Huiler Worker, &c. Has only been used a few months. Full particulars on application lo A. J. GL1ÎXXAX, Auctioneer, Crookwell, Or W, JON KS. La«#m. J. BAXTER, Next Koval Hotel, HAS the Largest, lite Newest, the Latest, and liest Selected Stock of "W.-jtchesawl Jewellery out of Sydney. SEE HIS WINDOW. T0 LET. 4 KTEK ist '• September, "Garkiki.» -i*- Vii.i.a."—Apply J. . Gkamam, Market street, nr K. Graham, Currawang. ÏO CONTRACTORS | TENDERS A RE required for ADDITION'S to the BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALKS, GOL'LUUKX. Plans aud Specifications can be seen on application to E. C. MAXFRED, Architect A.M.P. Office. 'TO STAND' THIS SEASON, At Gundaroo. WARGOD (29). T)YCarbinefi)—from Hera' by The Drummer (i) ^ from Devotion by Goldsbo trough (13). Tkums Ten Guineas a mare, and foals 'guarantee...

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Unclaimed Moneys Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

Unclaimed Moneys Bill. A Tiii.L to provide for giving publicity to information relating to unclaimed funds was introduced into the Legislativo Assembly by Mr. J. C. L. Fitzpatriclt on Tuesday and read the first time. It roriios that it shall be the duty of every company on January 1 in oaoh year to enter iu un alphabetical register to be kept at its hoad or principal offlco in Nnw South Wales particulars relatinn to all unclaimed moneys exceeding £5 in accounts whicfe liavo not beon operated on for six years. This regis ter if) to bo open for inspection on payment of a fee of 2s, and a copy of it is to bo published in the " Qovoruuiont Guzet to " AU unclaimed money which shall not have been paid to the owner within two yoars after the first publi cation in tho "Gazette" is to be paid into the Savings Bank of Now South Wales to tho oredit of tho Treasurer for tho uso of the public rovunuo. The Treasurer, on being satisfied that any claimant is the rightful ownor of tho money, may pay...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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FOR THE LADIES. FROM OUR LADY CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

FOR THE LADIES. FflOM our Lady Corresi'oxiient. I woxijiîr when -Sydncy^vill get really social again. liven tlie races next month will be shorn of a loi of interest as, of course, court mourning will not yet permit of any vjcé-rçp] entertain ments being held. And.'with Govern ment House " shivoos off." a good many smart people arc " off " too— somewhere else. They do say that even taking the visit of the Duke and Duchess of York into consideration, t this has been one of the dnilest winters the harbour city has ever known. And it has been such a horrible, ■windy, trying winter too. Those un íortuñate'individuals who caught a cold early in the season may 'confidently expect to keep it until the summer has quite come in, which is pleasant for them. However, they can congratulate themselves on only liaving a cold, and thank their lucky stars that it isn't pneumonia or pleurisy, or something equally as bad. July was justa deadly month" and the doctore., say that after a few more winters...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

MARRIAGE. AT St. Saviour's Cathedral, 21st August, EMILY FELICIA, eldest daughter of SENIOR-SERGEANT MATTHEWS, of Goul- burn, to ALFRED CHARLES KING, stepson of MR. JAMES HALLORAN, of "St.   Helen's," Clifford-street, Goulburn. FUNERAL.   THE friends of MR. JOHN BRODERICK, SENR. are kindly invited to attend the   FUNERAL of his late beloved WIFE, to move from his residence, Loughrea, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATURDAY, the 24TH INST., for the Crookwell Cemetery. FUNERAL. THE friends of MR. and MRS. P. McSHANE are kindly invited to attend the FUNE- RAL of their late beloved MOTHER, to move from her late residence, Loughrea, at 12 o'clock noon, on SATURDAY, the 24TH INST., for the Crookwell Cemetery.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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DEATH OF MRS. JOHN BRODERICK. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 August 1901

DEATH OF MRS. JOHN BRODERICK. The news reached Goulburn yesterday and was received with general regret, of the death of Mrs. Broderick, wife of Mr. John Broder- ick, J.P., Loughrea, Crookwell. The deceased lady had been a sufferer from rheumatism for the past six years, but it was not till Monday last that her condition gave rise to alarm, and is it was feared that the end was approaching members of the family were communicated with. Mrs. P. McShane, of Goulburn, pro- ceeded to her mother's place on Tuesday. Death took place about midday on Thursday, Mrs. Broderick passing peace- fully away. She had reached the good age of 73 years, of which the greater portion had been spent in New South Wales, Mrs. Broderick having arrived in the colony some 50 years ago. Her marriage took place about a year after, and subsequent to her marriage she and her husband lived at Middle Arm for some time and then took up their residence at Crookwell, where she had passed the last thirty-four years. Wide...

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ACCIDENT AT THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

ACCIDENT AT THE RAILWAY. On Saturday afternoon, James Crawford, a shunter at üoulburn railway station, had the misfortune to be caught between the coal stage and a truck while shunting. He how ever escaped witli a good shaking and bruises on Ihe arm and side; He was almost re covered this morning.

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