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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Week Day. Sunday.... MoridajC Tuesday ■ Wednesday Thursday Friday ... Saturday. Aug. 25 Mlfi 6 221.5 31 6 21 5 32 6 "20 5 33 j 9 19 5 33 4 «, 6 l!* 5 34 5 15; , 6 lfi 5 34 6 -1' I 6 15I.5 35! 7 2",

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Members at Marulan. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

.Members at Marulan. Mussus. Rose and Briner, M.'sP., will beat Manilan on Saturday next, and will be present at the cricketers' social in tile" evening. '

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Werriwa Times. MONDAY, AUG. 26, 1901. THE FEDERAL TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Werriwa Times. MONDAY, AUG. 36. 1901 THE FEDERAL TARIFF. The clamour for the tariff which has reached such a height among mercan tile circles, especially in Sydney, is a natural result of the situation intc which they have been virtually forced by the uncertainty that hag prevailed so long about it. Assuming that tin new duties will be more or less of highly protective character, many o! the Sydney importers have taken tin risk of.loading up their warehouses it anticipation to such an extent tha the position has become a very sensi tive one with them. Larger stocks o' merchandise than have ever befori been gathered together iti the city an now lying idle on their hands, anc liave been so for months past. T( ease themselves of the . burden as fa; as possible, energetic efforts are now being made to pass n substantial shari of the risks and liabilities on to tin retail dealers throughout the State Several'firms, for instance; are endea vouring to obtain orders by an ultima tion that a...

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

KINGSDALE. Mr. Rose, M.L.A. is in receipt of the following from the Public Works Department:—With further reference to the representations made by you as :o condition of the Kingsdale road (Goulbiirn to\vards_Craok\vcll), I have the honor, by direction of the Minister, to inform you that he has approved of the acceptance of > tender for ■ the necessary repairs.

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

SOCIAL. At the assembly room, Oddfellows' Hall, a social was given on Tuesday evening, by Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson in honour of the coming of age of Miss 12. and Mr. R. Wilson. There were about 30 couples present and dancing was kept up till is o'clock, a programme of 30 dances being disposed of. Mr. E. I nat ion acted as M. C. and kept the dancers going in first-class fashion. Mrs. B. Baxter provided music, and extras were played by Misses Dancen, Johnson (Sydney), and Howard. A sumptuous supper was laid out on the balcony 1 to whicli justice was done. Congratulations j 1 were tendered the young people and their | parents. • -

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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REMARKABLE SHOOTING FATALITY. A Man Shot in a Cab. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

j REMARKABLE SHOOTING FATALITY. A Man Shot in a Cab. A KKMAttK.MiLi: shooting fatality occurred in Kegent-street, Kcdfcrn. at a late hour on Tuesday night. The victim was an elderly man who is believed to have recently readied Sydney from the country. The facts surrounding the case are princi pally supplied by the driver nf thecal), named Kobcri McClhttock. The catmian stated thai he was on n stand in the city at abuttt 10.40 when he was hailed, flu jmmcdiatelv an swered the call. When he reached the spot he saw a barman assisting an elderly inan out of an hotel.. The barman said that the man wished to be driven to " Bevan-strcet." The cabman had never heard of lievan street. and the stranger said that it was off Jiolany-strcet, Kcdfcrn. He was then assisted into the cab. The. man was wot In good health but he was perfectly sober. The cabman drove along Pitt-street and then to Kegent-street. After turning iuto Kegent-street he increased the pace some what. Passing (he mortuary stati...

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

MYSTERIOUS CASE. A'Ijkati! oceurrccl in the Sydney Hospital on .Monday morning of n man named Henry .Mills, who was taken to the institution on. Sunday afternoon by the Civil Ambulance Brigade. Very little information could be gleaned about the ease, but from the meagre particulars available it appears that the man, who resided at Shepherd-street, was a labourer in the employ ot the Government on the sewerage works. He was treated for injuries to the throat, being conveyed from his resid ence to the hospital by the brigade. It is alleged that the deceased had been garrotted in the Domain, and the matter has been re ported to the Coroner, and is being investi gated by the police. From Mulwala comes a report that Mr. David Clarke, one of the leading graziers in Yarrawonga (Vie.) district strangely disap peared on Saturday week last, and lias not since been heard of. It appears that, follow ing his usual custom, he drove to Yarrawonga on the day mentioned ts transact business. At II o'...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER VII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTER VII. (Continued.}, " Not .sho," Mrs. Marby interposed; ' Bocctt will coino back by and-by, torry enough for hor folly. Uuly wuit till to-morrow——'' Jlor oxii6[)oratcil honror stauipod aud eworo in bis rago. " Wait, when tboro isn't a moment to be;lost! As soou as tlio plaguy doctors got hold of him my powor's gono. It niuat bo now or novor! Everything is ready, liud why. this accureod girl has played mo such a trick—I know not." ffo glared round the room, snorting and panting with rago; but suddouly his faco cloarod, and Jjo pounced upon Linda. She, always anxious to avoid him, had boon edging towards the door, but, paying no- heed to hor struggles aud entreaties for mercy, he dragged her into the contro of tho room. " You'll do, I'll havo you," he 6aid • " wharo'a your hat, whore's her liat' Baudu ? Can't you put a deccut shawl or jaekot on her ? and a veil?" Mrs. Marby lookod from ono to tho other irresolutely. She may havo been moved by tho frightened and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

" CLAREMONT," Bourke=st., GOULBURN,J Opposite Church Hull, 2 Minutes' from P.O. and Government Offices, !' A'fords exceptional opportunities to tliose seeking SUPERIOR BOARD AND RESIDENCE . Ami. a Kelined Home. Excellent Cuisine. Terms Moderate. Good Stabling and Coach House. MR. W. E. DWKER, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & : PROCTOR, Ciimmjssioxkr row Affidavits, MONTAGUE - STREET (over Sands' Sale Yards), GeilLBURN. VISITS Ct.NNINCi FIRST FRIDAY OK EVERY MON'TH. Agent for Imperial Fire Insurance' Co. Limited.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

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CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

CHAPTER VIII. Someone—was it the old clerk ?— presented Linda with a slip of paper, which she alterwards discovered to be a certificate of the marriage ceremony having been duly celebrated. Not knowing its value, she was content to curtsey her thanks for the gift and carefully put it into her pocket. Her "bridegroom had already left her side. The damp, musty atmos phere of the church increased the op pression from which he was'suffering, and, supporting himself by catching at the pews as he went, he had re turned to the porch of the building, and dropped on to the stone bench within it. . : This little church stood nearly a mile from the village to which it pertained. It was perched on the summit of a gentle eminence, and, commanded a glorious view o( hills and dales, woods and fields, The soft, awect air that played around it lulled the throbbing pain that was fast chiving Selby Arden into madness and cooled the fever lurking in his blood. Leaning bac|>, so that the breeze playe...

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ANOTHER MELBOURNE SENSATION [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

ANOTHER MELBOURNE SENSATION Muluovksk, Tuesday.—A sensational shoot ing affair occuri'cd inCardigan-strcet, Carlton, early this morning. Mrs. Annie Stephens, who with three children is living apart from her husband, went to bed at an early hour last night, and shortly after i o'clock this morn ing was awakened by. a noise at the front door. Presently the lock was turned and the door opened. A dark figure stood in 'the doorway, and the terrified .woman just dis cerned that the intruder was wearing a long overcoat and a mask. The burglar walked to the bedside and demanded her purse, and threatened, to shoot, if Mrs. Stephens looked at him. She indicated ihepurse in her dress pocket, and the intruder quickly took possesion of it, and then demanded her rings, which he dragged roughly off her hands, causing great paftr. She cricd, " Don't hurt me, and I'll give them up," and the children commenced to cry. The man then fired three ohots, the first striking her in the mouth, while thej oth...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

THIS TURF. .Tommy Collins, tlic well -.Icnown book'-; lnU&L'rr-j^it "fiVitow'ii,- Muftis loerttufK at ftc Commercial Motel. Straight-nut ant; Doubles on the Epsom ami Mctrop, llic two Cups, and Derby anil.Ciip.' Panturs should call ami sec Jiii> price-list..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Furniture. ANYONE REQUIRING New or Second hand Furniture Cannot do better than Call at Railton & Co. AUBl'KN-ST. (near Gillespie's Factory). We Manufacture All Classes of Cabinet Work ami Upholstery. Repairs a Speciality. Picture Framing Faithfully and Cheaply Done., FOR SALE, Two'Spring Sulkies..' £ 5. Short Shafts, 3ft. 8in. wheels... 6 0 „ „ 4ft. 2in. „ ... 7 0 „ „ 4ft. 4111. „ 8 0 Three^Spring Sulkies. 3 0 9 0 4 „ full squab back-... 10 0 •| „ rack, 2 steps 11. 0 -J „ wheels i.f, quality 12 10 il „ best iinish, quality guaranteed 15 10 Full Tray Sulkies. 9 0 10 10 J 11 * 11 quality gua ranteed 12 10 Pcnbertfty & Donnelly's Patent Spring Slmft Sulkies. J Shafts, quality guaranteed ... 15 .10 -J „ best limsli, quality gua ranteed 18 10 Bent Shaft Sulkies. -} Shafts, good quality is 10 it „ best finish, quality gua ranteed 18 10 J „ best finished 15 10 We stock the Best English and American Buggy and -Sulky Harness at the price, viz., Xi 15s. to £6 iqs. Lamps (put 0...

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DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. Ml<3, John* I\k*k, an old resident of Goulburn, died at her residence, Mundy-atreet, on Monday night, aged #4. She had been ailing j for some time. Deceased was mother*in-law j to Sergeant Druinmond, formerly of Goul- ( burn, now stationed at Young. |

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Death of Mr. W. Anderson. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Death of -Mr, W. Anderson. Mu. \\u ANi)i:usoK,:onc oMlie two - painters wild fell from a plank in Messrs. C. Kogers and Co/s Ncw^lSnipbrium, Auburn and Mon tague streets, on" Friday afternoon last, died at his residence, 13ourkcrstreet, at ten o'clock on Monday night 'from the effects of the fall. About seven or eight.years ago deceased had a paralytii: stroke,,which caused his left side to be helpless for. some weeks, and it is be)icvcd~that the severe, injuries he received to his side and back'when he fell brought back the old trouble, as he had another stroke 011 Monday, and never rallied from it. He had been living in Goulburn about twenty | live yearn, having come to this stale from ; America. He was '45 years of age, and leaves I a wife and two daughters, aged 16 and 14 I years. He belonged to the. Loyal Argyle Lodge, G.U.O.O.F, An inquest was opened yesterday afternoon by Mr. O'Brien, coroncr, at the Kose and" Crown'Hotel, Clifford-street, and after the jury were sworn and vi...

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

SPORTING. FOOTBALL. The following will represent Crookwell Unipn against combined Goulbuni on the deanery on Saturday next:—W.J. Smith, Tynan, Dunn, Tim. O'Kcefe.McFarlane.J. P. Heaton, Cotter. Chalker, Thurketlie, Lyons, G. Biggs, J. McSorley, Hogan, T. Purccll, K. O'Keefo; emergencies,' \V. Baxter, W. Coffey,.. J. Broderick. ' * t' • The following will represent Crookweli district juniors against St. Patrick's College before the above match Baxter (2), Wood, Mo.von, Cod. Warn, Corbett, Hearley, Trainor, McAleer, I*\ Bigg.*, C. Dooley, McSorley, Heaton, O. O'Keefe, Coffey, Mortimer,. 1311 lingliThn, Mumly. . In connection with the protest lodged by Gnitlburtt re the {final) match, Goulburn v. Wsillaroo, played on Saturday last on the 'Deanery, K. (J., Goulburn, asks in the "Referee":—!. A and B are teams playing the ball is i:i touch and thrown in correctly, X'V.; the referee blows Ibe whistle inadver tently, and B adhering to whistle .slops play ing ; in the meantime A plays on* a...

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THE CUCKOO CLUB. (RECORDED BY THE LYRE.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

THE @D&K®@ QLV3.' (liliCONUEU IIY Tub I,YI!K.) Tim usual weekly meeting of tins club was held Inst night in the rooms of the President, j Mr. Cuckoo. , ,, h., I The following motion was presented t>> ^'" Thitt'n is desirablein. the interests of the residents and ratcpayej"S. of Goulbnrn that no ornamental trees of anv.kincl ' PV.' 'it or erected within a radius of twenty miles ot ?he said Goulburn, aiijt tliat any Pcrs°P frintfini! this iau1 be banished, for life to Orange, Yass, or Hoiufiala, in order infringer and his heirs may be. debarred from "let ^holding the FfcdJral, Capital when bUl'n speaking to the motion Mr. PiinpltsaKl that owing lo the otlieioiisne»s oi tht Goixl-, burn • Council. hc« with olhiTr.hitti been hub- > jetted to considerable indignity 'jot la ^ brutality. Members were aware ol lii> ll;u i l| rSin'.hnrkcd a couple of U5ele?> tree* that' were seriously interfering with his l'"1"";!!' affairs : since then he had been linedIk." *1 for his...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. BEFORE Mr. Knowlman. NEGLECTING TO OBEY A MAINTENANCE ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. Tl'BSDAY. Bkfoke Mr. Knowhnnn. S NKGl.KCTINO TO OIIKY A MAINTENANCE OKDKK, • Henry James Cole (on remand) stood 'charged with neglecting to obey an order of the court for the maintenance of his illegiti mate child, the sum of -£4 is being due. Senior-sergeant Matthews asked for a fur ther remand for eight days, and for the release of defendant on his own recognisances to enable him to obtain tfic money. Case was accordingly remanded for 8 days, and defendant was released on Ilia own rccognisanccs of ^10, CIIAKCiE OF ARSAl'I.T. William Vernon pleaded guilty to assaulting one Elizabeth Vernon, but was discharged; with a caution, complainant stating that she | did not desire to press the charge.

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BUTTERFLY DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

BUTTERFLY DANCE. Tim annual ball in aid of the Roman Catholic Orphanage was held in the Oddfellows* Hall I last evening, and though the attendance was not quite so large as at some previous ball? this season, through the prevailing influenza epidemic, still no event from a social stand point could be more successful. .About forty couples were present, and there was a fair gathering of onlookers in the dress circle. The ball was under the management of a com mittee composed of the Mayor and Messrs. B Donnelly, J. Knopp, ^1C. Sheekey, F. P.\. Kelly, J. 'Walsh, .. and G, Brooks.. Mesdamcs R. McKillop, Knowhnan, J. J. Roberts, E. Gillespie, F. IV Kelly;"J. Knopp. C.J. McShane, J. Hewitt, Jack Lillis, O'Brien and Wharton, and Misses J. Armstrong". Jtc Killop, E. Gillespie, Bellasi«rJ^nd X. Duncan, Brook?, Lambert, McConnell (2), apd Hewitt. The secretaries were Messrs. W. K. Dwyer and J. W, Grovenor; All of these worked | i energetically to make the ball successful. I i The supports of-t...

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