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GOULBURN LABOUR LEAGUE DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

GOULBURN LABOUR LEAGUE DEBATiNG SOCIETY. Moxday night's meeting of the above was a most pronounced success from every point of view. The lodge room at the Oddfellows* Hall where the meeting look place was fairly well filled with members and visitors. Amongst the preliminary business-was the enrolment of four new members, and the adoption of a motion that in-ail debates the leader'of 'uTer-opposition be allowed five minutes in which to reply. It was thought that as thip Premier is given ten minutes to reply some concession in the same direction should be granted (o Ihe head ^.of^ the: opposition. ♦ TW£IYcsFdcrit^Mr.- lC Lrohg, then announced the mock election, for .which there were four/candidales, namely, Messrs. H. J. Tisdale (Protectionist), Ji Lemon (Inde pendent), \V. Cl.mcv (Labour), J. Melntvre (Kreetrade). Each, candidate in turn ad dressed the meeting, and the speeches delivered showed' (tiat the speakers had taken considerable, care!in the preparation of their political." n...

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

DEPARTURE. Mk. O. Honther, who has been employed al Mr. A. H. Line's bakery for sonic years, and who was on the loeat preachers' plan of the Wesleyan Church, left for Sydney by the express this morning to enter the Training Home of the Centenary Mission, York-street, as a student' far the Methodist ministry. Previous to bis departure he was presented by his employer with a handsome leather dressing case in recognition of his faithful services. Mr. Honther carries with him the best wishes of a host of friends in Goulburn for hid isucccw in the career hp has adopted.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Cable News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Cable News. LONDON. Moiicfnv, Mb. BaLI-oUH writes in reference to a. bye election that to weaken the govern ment by not returning its candidate would be to encourage the enemy to, prolong the war. The Boer officials in the Transvaal have, in conjunction with Command ant Delarey, issued a proclamation. warning the Boers .against, accepting Lord Kitchener's terms, adding that' they will continue the struggle. Mr. Kruger says that the Boers, will' disappear it God wills, but that they i will never be conquered by men. General Louis Botha is said to' linve decided to keep, his prisoners as hos- i tages in the event of Lord Kitchener's. proclamation being enforced. • Amongst prisoners taken at Klerks- ■ dorp were a niece of Mr. Stcyn and; the mother of Commandant Delarey. ' It is stated that 11,000 more yeoW manry are required in Great Britain tcx j'1 complete 35,000, the number projected;; under the new army scheme. . S Mr. Brodrick, the Secretary of Start? for War, has appointed a comm...

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

PROSPECTUS OF The Werriwa Times Newspaper Company, Ltd, 'l (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, ^1500, divided into 300 Shares of ^5 cadi, 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 Ije 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. Ko~ 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 been subscribe...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. By A. I.axsixjw.vk, Seedsman, Goulbiirn. Tub very severe winter luts stopped growth, but during August there should be ;i little improvement. Many crops should be got in at once. As potatoes will be very dear, it will pay to put in a few early, and cover them from frosts'. Further severe weather may be expected, cold winds, frost, snow, and . rain. Get all heavy work over, and give plenty of manure to all crops and fruit-bearing trees,and let all land; be broken up deeply to enable it to retain moisture. | KITCHEN GARDEN. Sow parsnips, carrots, beet, onions, cabbage, peas, broad beans, lettuce, raddish, leek, &c. Some turnips may be tried. Plant out asparagus and rhubarb roots and dress beds, Toma toes may be sown in boxes. FIELD. Sow peas, onions, cabbage, early potatoes, grass seeds, mangels, and ■ prepare land for swedes, &c. ORCHARD. Finish pruning, planting young trees, draining, trenching, and manur ing.' Be careful to plan...

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

Selling the Pace. GeiiVaXV is sotting the pace in every thing. uow, says tho Ixmilon "Daily Telegraph." Gorninu transoceanic steamors, German railway trains and German street tramways are called upon to beat the world's record. Tneir steauiors liavo douo their duty of lato, and their tramways shim through the municipal thoroughfares at quite a dangerous speed. Now tho turn of tho trains has come. Formerly, not so many years ago, very few German trains travelled over 10 miles an hour. In recent''years tho fastest train in tho German Empiro was, and still is, a corridor train running between Berlin and Hamburg, which does the distance of 285.0 kilometres in ii hours and 28 minutes. This means a velocity of a little over 51 A miles. Experiments aro now, howover, being made on the Palatinato railway with an engine which was exhibited at tho Paris exhibition. This is to travel at tho rate of 75 miles per hour.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Italian Labor in West Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Italian Labor in West Australia.! Mk. ICikwan* has given notice of the] following question in the House ot i Representatives—"Whether the Prime j Minister's attention lias been drawn to j statements in the Western Australian press that it is a common practice to, import laborers from Italy into that! State under contract f also whether he will see that, pending the passage of the'Tmmigration Restriction Bill, such immigrants shall have applied towards them the provision of that measure."

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600 MILES AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

600 MILES AN HOUR. I Dr. Adolphe Brodbeck, I'rofcssor.of Greek in the I'niversity of Xashville, Tennessee, believes he h:is solved the problem of rapid locomotion. He has been at work on his invention for several years, and now that it is per fected lie thinks it will likely revolu tionise the present system of transit. The result of his labor is not the ordi nary Hying machine, nor is it ail improved air ship. His ideas are between those of an aerial machine and a locomotive and he purposes to avoid all the drawbacks of both. In stead- of the regulation 60 miles an hour, which is the average spued of a fast train, Mr. Brodbeck intends to give to the world a means of 600 miles an hour. The car is to ride upon the very wings of the wind, being held to it's course by retaining upper rails, on which its wheels, when in full speed, are running lightly, and prevent the car from flying oft" into space. It is driven by propellers, the motive power of which is electricity.

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Rabbits in West Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Rabbits in West Australia. AcaoitDiKG to n recent telogram from Western Australia, the rabbits are spreading rapidly through tho sottled districts. Mr. Ponton, tho owner of Balladonia station, who lias arrived on n visit to Perth from Fowler's Bay, states tlmt tho selectors thoro aro begin ning to fence their holdings in ordor to stop the rabbits. The fence which tho government propose to oroct in this state will be worthless, as the rabbits are now all over tho country. There aro thousands around Baltadonia imd other parts of tho south-east of this state and tho south-west of South Aus tralia. Mr. Ponton suggests that tho Western Australian government should follow the cgurso adopted in tho east, and assist holders to erect rabbit-proof fences where required on their pro perties. A terrible accident lias occurred at ;he Lyndhurst Goldfield Company's junction battery. A man named Richard O'Grady, aged 2R years, was starting the air-compressor on Monday morning, when an arm caught in...

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Perth Whisky. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Perth Whisky. A. TEI.EOIUM from Porlh states that tlio municipal authorities tavo boon in quiring into tlio doubtful nature of spirits sold in that ciiy. Samples hav ing boon obtaiued, an analysis in souio casos showed tho conleats of a bottle to 1 o ftisol oil instoad of whisky. Half a dozen liconsoos aro to be prosecuted.

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Alledged Attempted Murder of a Child. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Alledged Attempted Murder of a Child. A shocking attempt to murder her own vliild, aged 4 years, waB made at North cote on Saturday evening by a woman aged' 41 years. While in a state of frenzy it is stated that the woman took a tablo knife and out the child's throat, and would have killed it but for timely intorferenoo. The woman, who was staying at the house of her brother, had shown signs of insanity, and prelimi nary steps had been taken during the we( k for lier admission to a lunatie asylum. The wound in the throat of tho child is serious. the windpipe is prai tioally severed, but tho dootors ore hopeful of saving the littlo one's life.

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Mr. Reid and Sir P. Fysh. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

Mr. Reid and Sir P. Fysh. Since.Sir P. l'ysli joined the Govern ment as ;m honorary Minister he has been the subject of many bitter and at times personal attacks "from the free trade benches. Mr. Reid selected the venerable Tasmanian the other night for his prey. " Sir P. Fysh's freetrade speeches," he said, " liave been the admiration of Tasmania, /or—I may say—generations." The reference to the honorary Minister's venerable years apparently wounded that gentleman's feelings very severely. But the free trade champion still maintained the same vein. ,■ " It is extra-or-din-ary," lie continued, " that there should be this liew pro-tec-tionist growth upon his well-worn po-lit-ical skin." " All imagination !" loftily exclaimed Sir P. Fysh. '' Then may I accept my lion, friend's statement that he is still a free-trader ?" asked Mr. Reid. " A revenue taril'list," snapped the lion.' Minister—an elastic definition of fiscal creed that Mr. Reid affected to accept with great satisfaction. A ...

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

PRESENTATION. Mh. A. E. A. Axgovk, clerk in Goulbnrn Wild board office, who was recently transferred here from Walgett, was on Monday evening the recipient of a handsome teachers' bible, prcsunlctl«by the teachers unci scholars of 6, Peter's Church of England Sunday-school, Walgett, Mr. Angove the founder of the school and was its superintendent up to the time he left. As the gift was not' then ready it was. sent to Canon Martin by the Rev, A. Krooines, curate in charge of the parish, with a request that he should give it to Mr, Angove*. The presentation was. made at the weekly meeting of-S. Saviour's bible class /or men, held in the Diocesan Registry, of which Mr, Angove is a member. The Canon welcomed Mr, Angove to Goulburn, and wished hiin every prosperity, in his career here, Mr. Angove said the work in the school had been a pleasure to him, and he was glad that the nine months it had been in existence had been a time of progress, the numbers attending having increased and an ex...

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

CROOKWELL DISTRICT FOOTBALL UNION. A MBBT1S0 of the" committee of the Crookwell. District Football Union was held at the Cfi terion Hotel on .Saturday, night last, the | president (Dr. Pawlett) occupying the chair. The principal .business) before the myetlug was the consideration" of a protest lodged by: Wheeci against-' Pejar club for playing P; Hogan iu the final, he being a disqualified player. After.considerable discussion the protest was dismissed, the voting being 2 for j and 4 against. Mr Chas. Harvey. jtin,, as treasurer of the Crookwell Shamrock Minstrel Company, handed in the sum .of £j 5/, asthe proceeds of the concert given on behalf of 1 1 the Union recently. On the motion of the 1 president seconded by Mr. P. Cummins the. thanks of the Union were accorded the: I company for their services.—11 Gazette.

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THROUGH CENTRAL AUSTRALIA. The Pastoral Position. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

THROUGH CENTRAL AUS TRALIA. The Pastoral Position. Sidney. Kidman*, of Kidman Bros., re turned to Adelaide some clays ago, after a long trip through the far north of South Australia, Queensland, and the Northern Territory, in search of stock for the, Adelaide, Melbourne, and Western Australian markets. Mr. Kidman said : that- from Cooper to Bi'rdsvillc, alo'ng the Dianientina, in placei there was splendid grass and no i stock to eat it. On the Ucrbcrt River the country' was looking wonderful, clover and feed being from one foot to two feet high. He travelled up this river about 500 miles, and the feed was splendid all the way, Init most of the stations had very few cattle left alive. He went on to Wills River and (lie Bourke River, and also found the country very good there. He then •returned across the Gcorgiana, all this land, being splendidly grassed, right over, to Buckley River. From there lie went, oil to the Ruikine, in the Northern Territory, at Austral Downs. This is the co...

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

TO-NIGHT ! ! TO-NIGHT ! Oddfellows; Hall. GRAND Juvenile Bam!! IN' AID OF Goulburn Orphanage. Dainty Decorations. Recherche Supper. First-class Music. Selections by Australian Rifles Band. Miss Pauline Pearson (Sydney) will give an exhibition of fancy dancing. TICKETS Adults 3s. Children —Single as,,- Double 3$. J. W. GUOVEJCOR \ Hon. \W,E. D\VY12U. •, i.Sccs.: Member Tattorsall's Club. Epsorra and Metrop. Two ©ups. Derby and ©up. Straight Out and Doubles on the above. CGfiinnal Hotel, Goulburn. AUCTIONEERS, eity Yards. ©. H. Furrier! . Will .sell by auction, At His City Yarus, Auuuhn-stheet, At n.30 a.m., •-..to-morrow, THURSDAY, 29TII AUGUST, igoi, 25 Store Pigs, 10 Fat Baconers,, 101 Slickers ... . ■ Horses—saddle and draught Carts, Buggies, Sulkies, &c. 300 Pairs- Mixed -Poultry." Carcase'Pork Bacon, Hams, &c. Vegetables and General Produce Horses, Vehicles of alldesc'riptions' Richmond Turnips One Butcher's Slaughter Cart. . One Baroness Cooking Stove, in splen-...

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GOULBURN A. P. & H. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

GOULBURN A. P. & H. SOCIETY. A SPECIAL meeting of members was held this afternoon at the ofilce of the society to ■ Consider the following, notice of which1 had been given by Mr. W. Wood : — Thai members be .granted the privilege of freo admission for themselves and two ladies to all gatherings held on the show ground, irrespective of whether they be held y the society or by persons renting the ground." The president (Mr. F. D. Badgery, was in the chair, and about 30 members were present. The feeling of the meeting was against the proposal as likely to lead to loss of revenue, and it was defeated by a large majority. A motion was carried that all future general meetings be held at the Town Hall or some other convenient place.

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South Africa. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

South Africa. Loxdon, Monday. Mr.Kriiger characterises Lord Kitchener's hrotlatiiation lis the blackest crime, for which t'iene: wasnopretext, iiiasinuch as the .Boers, in tlie-fietd are reguarlyjjoverned aiid system-1 atically lud... ln his opinion the proclamation j will .haye. the effect of intensifying Boer, re-1 aist.incc.' He jfdctsthaVthe story of a conspiracy j by.thb Boer Republic against Great Britain is I an "abominable lie," and professes his' wil- j lingtjess tp ijiake peace on a give and taRc | principle, the independence of the Republics and''the granting of a- free pardon to rebels, being the principal items. Mr.iKrliger-is convinced that the Czar of, Riissia and the President of the French Re-1 {mbl.ic vvilLdiscuss the question of intervening i ti Soiith' African affairs. I

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

SYDNEY'PRODUCE MARKETS. The following quotations on wharf and ex I rail refer only to the wholesale trade, and aire subject to concessions for shippers' parcels i— I Wheat.—Milling 2s pjd to as lojd, prime 2s I id; chick-wheat, prime 23 <;Jd to 2s iod, medium 2s 7d, inferior 2s 4d per bushel. ' Braiii—Quoted at 8fd per bushel. Pollard.—Quoted at 8$d per bushel. Oats.—Prime New Zealand feed, B grade, 2s 6d; other qualities-from 2s 3d; milling oats, 2s 7d. Local, prime feed 25 id. Maize.—Prime grain, 2s 7d per bushel. Chaff. — Local, prime £3 12s 6d to £4 5s, jixtra prime '^4 12s 6d; medium £3 7s 6d fo £$ 15s, inferior from £2 15s Adelaide: Prime £4 103 per ton. Straw,—Derrick : Local, prime quality £2, Tastnanian ^2 per ton. Potatoes. — Tasmauian Circular Heads, prime .£6; New. Zealand Dcrwents,prime,£6 15s to £7 ; dark skins from £6 ios; New Zcalaud Denvents, prime £0 to £6 10s per ton. Butter.—Finest creamery, is; factory, jid to is 5 dairy, iod ; pastry #Ad to gd per lb...

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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY STOCK SALES. HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 28 August 1901

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY STOCK SALES. HoMedush, Monday. . About 2000 sheep penned, generally : goad quality, and included acouple of pens ot prime crossbreds j competition keen and prices improved as sales progressed, market closing very strong. Quotations : Prime crossbred wethers, ios 6d to 19s yd ; good, 14s Gel to 15s 6d; medium, rs& to 13s 6d ; prime nierino wethers, 16s to 17s 6d; good, I3s6d'to i58; medium, 11s to 12s ; prime crossbred ewes, 14s 6d to 17s 9d ; good, las 6d in 13s 6d ; prime merino ewes, 13s 6d to 15s yd; good, IIS tO I2S; Among the sales were the follow ing C. H. Barbour (Yass), 31 wethers 13s to 13s sd, 11 ewes 12s -fd ; J. Tout (Harden), 34 wethers 15s 8d to 17s (id, 36 ewes' 13s 8d to 15s yd, 10 rams 14s 7d. About 370 Iambs penned, (air to good quality ; brisk competition and prices much higher, ios to 12s lod. Among those sold were 158 for C. H. Barbour (Yass), ios nd to 12s iod. About 800 cattle yarded, chiefly good medium weight bullocks, with a fair ...

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