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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

The earnings oE the State railways ancl tramways in 1901 were ¿£4,125,453, us against ^3,573.296 in 1900 ; and thecxpcnditure in 1901 was £2,505,672, against .£2,110,647 in the previous year. The increase in the railway revenue was the largest yet recorded, and the increase in the earnings of the tramways was .¿"141,950.. •Mr. Sec intends to have the bill granting the franchise to women sub mitted to the Legislative Council as soon as possible. A request, by deputation, for a subsidy for the National Rille Associa tion was declined by Mr. See, on the . ground that it was a Federal obligation. An audit of the Government ac counts at the Cook Islands revealed a deficiency of ft too between Mr. Gösset, the postmaster, and Mr. Goodwin, the treasurer. The post master was sentenced to two years' imprisonment for embezzlement. The court included his uncle, (he British Resident. The treasurer escaped prosecution for embezzlement by death, the result of a rocket explosion. A witness before t...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

WEDDJNG. At half-past five on Wednesday after noon, at BS. Peter and Paul's Cathedral, Miss M. A. Large, third daughter of the lato Mr. Thomas Henry Large, builder and contractor, Goul bura, was married to Mr. Henry Joseph Emery, eldest son of tbe lato Mr. Henry Joseph Emery, of Essex, England. The Rev. Fattier Leonard officiated. Mr. Mitchell, of Sydney, acted as besl man; The bride wore a pretty grey cloth costume, with white corded silk tucked front, whito chip hat, with ostrich feathers, tucked silk trimmings and buckles. The bridegroom's gifi Was a gold watch and muff chain. The bridesmaids wore Miss 8. A. Large, and Sistor Miss Vera Large, nieco of the bride. The former was in electric blui voilo, with white satin front and nure, palo blue picture hat with on trimmings, white ospreys and gold buckles. Tbo latter wore b ho!iotropo enshmero frock with white aillr, tucked yoke and sash, and hair in Trilby -style Tho presents ir.m the bridegroom woro gold cabio bangleB. The weddin...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Railway—Gunning to Burrowa. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

Railway—Gunning to Burrowa. ^ la'JiLic meeting was held at Gunning on Jrittoy to consider the proposal of liurrowa to co-operate in the endeavor to have a rail» | way from Gunning to IJnrrowa. It was re-1 solved that a deputation wait on Mr. Stewart. ' supervising engineer of railways, when re turning from his present tour of inspection of thtf proposed route. j

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The Butterfly Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

The Butterfly Dance. As in former years the promotersof the above itancc, in nid of the Guutburn Orphanage, arc ; Meeting u'ilii most encouraging support, and, if possible the success of this year promises to surpass that of last. There will be, as Usual, two nights—the first for the adults, and the second for juvenile*. The decorations and supper arrangements are receiving special attention and a brilliant function in ¡ every respect is confidently anticipated.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

Wanted at once, CM A KT YOqN'G G 1 K !.. MHS. IÎ. P STEPHENS," City H;un Shop, Auburn Bjrcei, ' TO LET. AI'tiîk ist September, "G.uíiiixn ylu.A,"—Apply j. GllAMAM, Markel itrect, or li. Ghaiiam, Cm rawanij. For Private Sate, 1?1KST-CI,A8S am'iia i.avai, CH1ÎAM SKl'ahatott. Churn Ituttcr Winker, &c. Has «lily been used a few. months. Full particulars ou application to a. j. GUCNXAX, ; '• Aitctiorvcr, Crookwcll, Pr \V. JON'KS. U)«an. STAR OP THE SOUTH SOCIAL, Thursday, sbptemhkk 5. Double Tickets tií. Dancing H till is. IT IS NOW RACING ! ! P LEYNE'S GIGANTIC WINTER SACRIFICE 'Has Taken the Town by Storm. Everyone is Talking About It. P. L ICY NE is now in Europe -arranging for heavy imports and 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 Reduc tions in Ever...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

Our Special . Wire. SYDNEY, Holiday Afternoon. A most unusual event happened in connec tion with the hearing of a District Court action, McKcown versus Sydney Wool-scour ing Company, which occupied . the at tention of Judge Docker and a jury, four days fast week. The taking of evidence was concludcd and addresses of counsel on Friday and the case was ad journed till to-day. When His Honor was to have summed up on the court resuming this morning it was announced that one of the ' jurymen, named Thomas Kcnonff, had „died on Sunday afternoon from hemorrhage 6f the : brain. Mr. Gannon for plaintiff agreed to ac cept a verdict from (he 3 remaining jurymen, but counsel for defendants objecting, His . Honor said there was nothing for him but to discharge thejury. Thecascwill probablybe rc-hcard. Mr. John Curtis, for many years accountant of the City-Hank of Sydney, died this morning. LONDON, Sunday Afternoon. During the recent visit of the Duke of York to Capetown a number of I3oer prisone...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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FREETRADE IN ENGLAND. A Coming Change. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

FREETRADE IN ENGLAND. A Coming Change. The time seems not far distant when protection will get a tolerably f-.iii hearing in the more important London newspapers. Among the older ones rapid conversions are not, of course, to be expected. But there have been many signs during the last few months that the established liscal system is undergoing a process of silent review, which is at least having the1 effect oí breaking down the once invincible préjudice against change and improve ment. However else it may be re garded, protection is no longer rele gated to the. political index of Fleet street as an undcbatable heresy. The " Statist" this week, while in one breatli professing neutrality on the merits of the question in relation to England, points out in the next, in answer to a correspondent svho is told that he has made a 11 fetish of free trade," that high protection in both AÍiieriea and Germany lias been con sistent witli the great commercial ad vance of those countries in recent ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COMING EVENTS. TO-NIGHT. (Oddfellows' Hall.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

COMINO EVENTS. TO-NIGHT. (Oddfellows' Hall.) C.3.R. Football Union. Labor League Debating Club—Mock Election. Friendly Societies' Association. Engineers' Association. Manchester Unity Social. TUESDAY. Goulburn Land Board (Tuesday and Wednes day), Court-house, lo a.m. Strangers' Friend Lodge, M.U., 8. Butterfly Dance, 8.30.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Goulburn Literary Club. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

Goulburn. Literary Club. Mr. MaSPUEU, vice-prcsUIcut, occupied the chair on Saturday cvciiiii{*. Several mem bers were absent in coiiscqucnce of the pre vailing epidemic, but there was a good àttend.^IlCÍ.,, hud the fortnightly literary lec (urcttcs a^aiu pruved pupiilar. The subject i1 Tolstoi'' was take« up principally by Messrs, Hryson and Stuart, but their remarks were considerably supplemented by others, On next Saturday evening (our sketches of a biographical character will be given.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Land Appraiser for Argyle. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

Land Appraiser for Argyle. MR. Charles Hoös, of Taralga, auctioneer, lins buen appointed appraiser for the land district Of Argyle, under the ^-appraisement of Crown Lands Act passed by "last parliament. Mr. Ross has been reared on the land and in Argyle, and will therefore have a thorough knowledge of his duties, and his appointment has been hailed with satisfaction by the Crown tenants in the district.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, BEFORE the Police Magistrate. BREACH OF BOROUGH BY-LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. Monday, BEFORE the Police Magistrate. BREACH OF BOROUGH BY-LAWS John Leecount was summoned by W. J. Fowler, inspector of nuisances, for neglecting to pay 12s. due to Messrs. Shurmcr and Day, sanitary contractors, Defendant did not appear. The case was initiated on Monday last, and was postponed till to-day for the attendance of Mr. Shurmcr. Charles Shurmcr, one of the sanitary con tractors, deposed that John Leecount had occupied a house in Bourke-street previous to the issue of summons, but has now gone to Sydney; on 12th August he owed witness's firm 12/- for twenty-eight weeks' service under a contract the firm had with the borough council for the removal of nightsoil. Defendant was fined £1 with 2/6 costs; if   not paid within 14 days to be imprisoned in Darlinghurst gaol for 14 days.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

FUNERAL. THE friends of CHARLES COLLINS, usually known as " Old Mattie," are respectfully invited to attend his FUNERAL, to leave the corner of Montague and Bourke streets, at three o'clock TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) AFTERNOON. A. KELLY,   Undertaker, Clifford-street, Goulburn.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE LATE MRS. BRODERICK. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 26 August 1901

THE LATE MRS. BRODERICK. The funeral of Mrs. Broderick, wife of Mr. John Broderick, J.P., Loughrea, Crookwell, which took place on Saturday, was the largest that has been held in these parts, and the attendance was a striking testimony to the high esteem in which the deceased was held, and of the sympathy with her family.   Friends and acquaintances from almost every part of Argyle were in attendance, and   amongst the mourners were some from parts of Yass electorate. The procession, which started from Loughrea at 12.30 o'clock, was considerably over two miles in length, and reached the Crookwell cemetery at 2 p.m. The business places in Crookwell were all closed as a mark of respect to the deceased lady. Many beautiful wreaths were sent, amongst the number being one from Mrs. Tozer, wife of the manager Bank of N.S.W. at Crookwell, who is absent in Sydney, one from Mr. and Mrs. Isaac, and Mr. H. J. Bell, of Roslyn. Telegrams and letters of con- dolence were...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. . . Ajshocking fatal accident happened'to-day .Rtj^bcgdtng.iactory at Surry Hills. A lad I^inkerton, iO years of age, was work ;|ii^oc^^hCtt^clUiicry belting, when his arm -^ccamg, caught in the belting, which was runu/ng .rapidly. - It whirled him round, tearing off the right hand and portion of the ar.in..' .Death must have been instantaneous. Constable Histonwas shot late last night in Hyde.Park by a man suspected of being, a| desprter from the Permanent Artillery. The I wound.was not serious. I LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon. I Owing to the Sultan not fulfilling his pro- j wise to purchase the French quays at Con-: atantiuopleaml seltle-th*claims of the French bankers, the French Minister for Foreign Affairs has ordered the French Ambassador to leave Constantinople. . Some more of the steel mills at Pittsburg, which were closed in consequence of the strike have been re-opened. Anti-English newspapers in Malta are denouncing Mr. Chamberlain's polic...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The Federal Capital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

The Federal Capital Committee. Till-: following gentlemen have been appointed an cxeeiitivu eiiinmitteV ill cbii-• neetion Willi the Goulbitrn Federal Capital w!iin!'"ltiCUi—2?'"!lml Messrs. John, win see.), A M. Iletts, A. li. Chisholm,A. 12, .;!1;1,I J .S|'x;°1„1k., K. 12. Conoliy, W, " ilkie, J. Iviiowlnian, ami A. A. Kerr. The " matter of advertising the site and bringing the■ >.iin« before the Federal Parliament in a suitable manner lias been left in the hands of Una committee with power to act. It is thought that by this arrangement the « m!1 ,|,1adcj,*.:i1 t(> tl,c bringing into promi nuicc the claims of Goulhurn will be more biitisfactorily done than hv leaving the business in the humls of the whole body. bir James Graham states that tho o.yi:iii\v (Ouiii.il lias cxcee^od tho osti 111 ,08 ."xpouilitiiro on tho rppaica nnil maiutenaneo of tho streets duriuir tho (.'Uirout year. 0 . ^ spooking a Kij mi on Saturday, advocated a confederation Of Uio Uritish-spnikiug j-copl...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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American Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

American Progress. Until recently no one paid very much attention to what was done in the States. They and their manufacturing; capacity wore not seriously regarded,.'■ and did not take much of a place in the calculations of the world's business', leaders. But within a recent period great changes have taken place. European manufacturing interests have taken alarm. A dozen or more enor mous American establishments have been erected upon European soil and are producing their million of dollars worth of products, to the supplanting of less ' desirable home articles, European farmers are aroused to • active opposition to American agri cultural imports. Great Britain; proposes to tax coal exports in order to keep fuel at home, lest the founda tion of her (leetiug supremacy may utterly vanish. All Europe has been attracted to the aspect of American iron and steel driving the European j iron and steel industry to the wall, ! What is-the natural and inevitable j outcome of all this but stim...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Friendly Societies' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Friendly Societies' Association. This first monthly meeting of the re cently formed Friendly Societies' As sociation for Goulbum and distfict'was held at the Oddfellows' Hall oil Hob day evening. The'following :dcle$ltfcis were present::—Mr. J: Mi- Ynliiy'IaiJji Lodge, United Ancients-Ordfc'f'-'qf Druids j Mr. F. Tandy. AiH.C.^GVrtld ; Messrs. C. J. McShane and J. Ji Spil Iane.H.NA.C.B. ;■ Messrs; H.' Purse house and A. H. Line, Sons' Of Tem perance j Messrs; F. W. Johnson' arid J. Walsh, Protestant Alliance '; Messrs'. W. King and W. Cornford, -Goulbuin Lodge, I.O.O.F.; Messrs. W. Randall and H. Walker, Protestant Benefit Society. ■ • ••'••• ' Mr. J.'M. Yale presided. • After the formal • business wns'cbri ehidedj-ihc election of officers for the ensuing twelve months took place, with thc,foIlg\viiig. result:—President, Mr.. A. - H; -Linevice- presidents, Messrs. H. Purseh'ouse p.nd J! M; Yale ; secretary, Mr. H. Walker, .salary 2-ij; treasurer, Mr.. W. Cornford, 5/. ■ A lengthened...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Gardening by Steam. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Gardening by Steam. Tim Pepailxeut of AgticrHuo in Washington is making investigation to liuil out weaus whereby persona in modornto circumstances- uiny force furdcn truck during the cold season, u this connection it is interesting to noto that successful -experiments have recently been mado in the forcing of the growth of asparagus in a fiold in winter by tlio help of Btenm. Narrow tranches about 4. inches deep aro dug between tlio lows and covered with boards, so as to form little tunnels, a hoso penetrat ing the soil and keeping it moist and warm. The proi.osa, according to the Philadelphia " Telegraph," is per formed only onco a day for livo minutes at a time, and tlio results obtuiucd have boon quite remurkablo. Within rocont yenis, salad plants, tomatoes, musk melons, gioen corn, beima and other garden products liavo boon addod one after another to tlio list of greonhouse crops. Tlio raising of this truck in groenhouscs, however, is an expensive proceeding and beyond tlio reac...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

DIRECTORY. THE SIMESO.N CO., Oil, Color, and Lead yg Auburn-afreet. 9AM BAI LEY, Vcrncr-street, Stove and Oven Maker and General •Agricultural Black smith. T. J. BUCK, House, Land, and.Commission Agent, Sloanc-street, Goulburn. Rents and Debts Collected. 'l&KS'S LIVELY 'STABLES, Cliffortl-st. Goulburn. Vehicles of every description always on hire. W, R. McLEAX,. 178 Auburn-street, Goul 'burn, Iloise Shoer and General Black* smith, Agricultural and Farm Implement Maker. Repairs promptly executed Horse-shoeing a speciality. A YUNG &' PRVKE, Stock, Station, House Laud, and General Commission Ageuts j Herald Chambers (opposite Post & Tele-1 graph Office), Auburn street, Goulburn. I J. TURNER, Goulburn Marble Works, Ver ner-street. Lowest Prices. Design posted free on apylication. BERGMARK, O. (First Honors in Examina tion N.S.W.), Chemist and Druggist, Auburn-street, Goulburn. . ' E. L. MATHEW, Chemist' and Dentist T Auburn-street, Golburn, opposite oflicc oj thi...

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Braidwood Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Braidwood Electorate. Mr. Chapman is in receipt of the fol lowing correspondence :— . From tlic principal Under-Secretary with reference to the establishment of police station :tt Nerriga, and advising lluit snmc is under consideration. From the secretary of the Prospect ing Board, staling that the following grant from the Prospecting Vote . has been approved of, to Messrs. J-.*5 A. Heazlett ;ind,jiartyof Major's- Creek, vii.T^ipp feci! of sinJcing. atra^s, 27s fid, 30s;,aricl.323 a foot, each'135 >ifuct" • From the officer in charge of the Old Age Pension Board,.that the delay occasioned in the payment of several old age , pensions, in, ihe Braidwood district jias.bscn caused through an unfortunate clerical error, 011 the part of the Braidwood District Board, but same has been , remedied, and instruc tions have been issued for.the bunk to pay all pensions forthwith. From the Undcr-Secrc'tai y for Lands stating that the Minister lias approved of a special grant of £15 for expendi...

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