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PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

PITHY PARS. Change. I Stcyn will fight. ] Tammany again. Splendid spring prospects. ! An old age pension agitation. , " Times" shares selling rapidly. i Eastgrove is asking for a few street trees. 1 Tree planting wholesale around Goulburn. Victorian premier cxpcct3 a surplus of £136,000. Murdering Melbourne and shooting Sydney they arc called. N.S.W. agent-general is sending out three varieties of English fish. . Much sickness in town. Nearly everbody has a "coad id the head." Malta is developing a new brand of home rule trouble. More to come. Goulburn federal capital site committee are going to hustle things a bit. At Grenfell recently a squatter was prose cuted for not cfliciently destroying rabbits. Gundagai going beefless owing to scarcity of stock. Murrumbidgee fish a good sub stitute. The Chinese authorities appear to be having their own sweet way with the other nations. Murder, suicide, burglary, petty thieving, and crime generally appear*to be incrcasiug in the big towns. Wh...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Love's Triumph. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.), [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.), Linda remembered to have heard the bubbling of water-while she hid under the bushes, and searched till she found in the hill-side a spring that rippled into a rocky basin. To this spot she induced Selby to accompany her,' and let her try the old remedy of bathing his head—kneeling beside him, intent on her ministrations till they were crowned with success, and he lay on the grass sleeping the most placid slumbers he had yet enjoyed. And now, though pale and haggard, . liis pulse was so even, his hands so cool, that there were hopes that he would not awaken as excited and wan dering as on former occasions; yet Linda felt very anxious about him as she saw the sun get nearer and nearer to the horizon, and knew that it would not be prudent to let him be there after the dews began to fall. To her a night passed in the open air would linve been no hardship ; she could even think of it as a positive pleasure. To be here amongst the green fields, ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

" CLAREMONT," "Bourke-st., GOULBURN,; 1 Opposite Church Hall, 2-Minutes' from'P.O.,mid Government Office's, Affords exceptional opportunities to those seeking SUPERIOR BOARD AND RESIDENCE And a Refined Home. Excellent Cuisine. Terms Moderate. Good Stabling and Coach House. MR. W. E. DWYEi, ATTORNEY," SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, Commjssion'br for Affidavit*, MONTAGUE » STREET (over Sands'Site Yards), ' goulburn. ^ VISITS GUNNING I'lKST FK'IDAY" OK EVERY MONTH. Agent for Imperial Fire Insurance Co. Limited.

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 — 30 August 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. By A. Lansuowne, Seedsman, Goulbuni. The very severe winter has stopped growth, but during August there should be a little improvement. Many crops should be got in at once. .As potatoes will be very clear, it will pay to put in a few early, and cover tiiem from frosts. Further severe weather may be expected, cold winds, frost, qnnw, 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 GAIiDICS'. 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 plant young...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The Gutter Press. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

The Gutter Press. From a discussion of the Sydney larrikin of the etreets and Domain, Mr. E. F. Knight, who accompanied the Royal visitors to Australia aB representative of tlie " Morning Post," prooeeds in hiB latest Australian letter to discuss the larrikins of a certain section of the Sydney press, and again Melbourne benefits by the inevitable comparison. " Sydney," he says, " has a particularly foul and ribald—not to say soditious— gutter press of its own, which, I believe, wouid not be tolerated in Melbourne. The leading papers in Sydnoy, I need scarcely say, are admirably conducted, and compare favourably with our lead ing journals at home. But tho gutter organs to which I allude grossly slander publio and private men aliho with ap parent impunity; for so jealous is the averago Sydney jury of what is termod tho liberty of tho press that it is loth to convict the defendant however foul and ciuol the published libol. Everyone 1 liuvo met in Sydney is ashamed of this section of ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR THE LADIES. FROM OUR LADY CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

FOR THE LRDIES. FllOM OUR IjADY COKUKSFOKDEKT. ouch a miserably wet ween! ana so little to talk about outside the colds, pneumonia, and influenza that' we ourselves, our relations and friends are suffering from. But thank goodness we haven't only to depend upon Sydney for news. From London comes news abom Miss Elliott Page's marriage. Yoii , will all remember the stately lady, principally in " The Sign of the Cross," in which* she acted with Miss Ada Ferrar and Julius Knight—and also in " A Royal Divorce," where the recent bride played wife Number Two 61 the Great Napoleon. Miss Page in.ir ; ried an American, Ernest Hathaway Turnbull by name, a Canadian. " The wedding," so says an English ex ■ change, "was on American lines." ' After the choir and clergy walked the maid of honor (or chief bridesmaid) Miss Katherine Page (cousin of the bride) followed by the two brides ■ .maids—Miss Myrtle Laclinan and Miss Florence Greenbaunn ; while the bride and her cousin, Mr. H. Page, who gave h...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

COURSIN'G. At the Svduev Coursing Club's-meeting on Wednesday, * Mr. W. Kingtiell's blk. clog, Kanaka, was a competitor for the President's stakes, X*-°- won lw0 courses, hut in the third was dmvmxl by We Two, who won the stake. Mr. Kingiell, however, chew £$, From the particulars which have readied us us to the election of the Federal Capital Sub-Committee \vc consider a deliberate slur was cast on one {gentleman present. He has been an active member 01 the general com millcc and yet was ignored in the nomination. Attention having been drawn to the omission ; of his name, the proposer still persisted in his course. The circumstance is still the more strange considering that to make up the re quisite number the names of three gentlemen 1 who were not present were included. * 1

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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DRIFTED APART. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

DRIFTED APART. My soul is heavy ami my eyes are dim, And with joy no more my heart may thrill; For my heart is dead as the aiilunm leaves, That mourn the summer they help to kill. . No tears I shed—the font is dry, ' I wept them all o'er my heart's death-bed ; But for all my days that arc yet lo come, All hope is gone—all joy has tied. Drifted apart, dost thou know wliat it means, You happy youths who smile at the phrase: Dost thou kuow the import of these words of Drifted apart for all our days. Drifted npai;t,^ Ah.! words lightly spoken, By lips that never have known the smYe; And hearts may laugh at the name of love, t ^.Ere-hu has seared their.youthful life. '"Oii, say, can it be—I still must doubt it, Will never more her sweet eyes beam . In mine wilh love as in the olden time, Ere this all ended—my sweet love-dream, 13ut since she wills it, so Id it be, I would not foicc her love from him, Who came between as some great shadow, A noiseless shadow gaunt and grim. " Then farewel...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

THE GUN*. Pigeon Match.—Mr. Hartley, of the Com mercial Hotel, Gunning is organising a £30 pigeon match, to be shot off shortly; numer ous nominations have been promised, anil a good day's sport should result.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Cable News. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

Cable News. LONDON, Wednesday. Twenty-onk Doors have surrendered at Olifant'a Nek, confessedly as the result of the iesuo of the proclamation. Mr. J. X. Merrimao, ox-treasurer of Gape Colony, has been arrested. A detachment of Imperial Yeomanry in repelling a Boer attack upon a convoy between Kimberley and Qriquatown had nine men killed and 28 injured. Lieutenant-Colonel Rawlisson, after a gallop of 40 minutes eastward of Edenburg, captured 18 Transvaalera. Two rebels nave been sentenced to bo shot for treason and murdorously firing on troops at Camdeboo, and four rebels liavo been sentenced to servitude for life in the Bermudas. Mr. Bonnet Burleigh statoB that the proclamation is musing angry quarrels amongst the Boors, somo wishing to surrender. A cousidorablo number of ono com mando, eastwards of Bloomfontein, have been arreBtod by their comrades and disarmed. Mr. Kaber, the Conservative candi date, defeated Mr. Judd, the Liberal, for Andover, by 223 votes, The Shipping Federatio...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE FOOTBALL PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

THE FOOTBALL PROTEST. A meetiso of the Goulburn Koothall Club was held at the Oddfellow^ Hall on Wednes day evening, for the purpose of considering j the suggestion from the committee of the union that the senior final should he played over again. There were eleven present, anil Mr. C. Martin was in the chair. After some discussion it was decided not to agree to the match being re-played, hut to have the protest sent on to the Kefcrees' Association fur decision. The motion was carried by 9 tn I. It was further resolved that in the event of the prule.-l being upheld the club would meet the Wallaroos in a friendly game. One thing that t>>lcl against the re playing of the match was the fact that one ,ir tivo members of the team would not be available. An answer on the point ill di» pate appears in the query columns of this week's Sydney " Keferee," the answer being :: " If the referee blew his whistle, he should ' have stopped play. The irv and goal should not count; that is", if...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Death of Mr. L. J. Rose. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

Death of Mr. L. J. Rose. Mb. Leonard John ltu»e, twenty-six years of tige, bod of Mr. John Uhui-1c3 Rose, ol Auburn terrace, manager and traveller for Daitlett's brewery, died in the hospital last night, after threo months' illness, Deceused was an assistant at Kemnore Hospital, and was attacked with pneumonia iu a severe form. The progress of the disease necessitated t*vo operations, which were performed at tho hos. pital. After tho last peritonitis appeared, und death ensued as above. He was a promising young man, and great sympathy is felt for (ho parent* in their sad bereavement.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

SPORTING. FOOTBALL. TUB Warrinal junior team for Saturday nextI will be Mills, Kawcliffe, Pursehouse, Gale, Thomas, Weare, O'Neill, L. King, Best, Weeks, Edivards, Wilson, G. King, Maloncy, Fowler, Ison, The team to represent Goulburn against Crookwell will be—Dcbnam, S. Smith, Mc Alistcr. Bolton, McDougal, Confoy, Ryan, Jim Kogan, Jim Pryke, Poole, Rawcliffe, Kremcr, Hods, Edwards, Martin. On Tuesday the Christian Brothers' School Club defeated the South Goulburn Superior Public School Club by live points to nil. For the winners T. Walsh obtained a try, which B. Downey converted.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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BUNGONIA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

BUNGONin. (From ouu Cokiiesposdent.) The tenuis tournament for the rackct was resumed on Saturday last and was won by Master Reg. Broadhead, off scratch. The following players took part :—T. Frost v. G. Broadhead, 10.7 5 E. Armstrong v. J. Arm strong, 10-4; B. Broadhead v. F. Broadhead, io-2 ; Reg. Broadhead v. T. Frost, 10-9 ; E. Armstrong v. B. Broadhead, 10-7 ; final, Keg. Broadhead v. E. Armstrong, 10-7. I wish to again draw the attention of the Koads Department to a very dangerous spot 1 in the middle of the road between the#J and I 8 mile posts on the Goulburn-Bungonia road, and hope the department will attend to the matter before a serious accident happens. j

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COOTAMUNDRA SHOW. Goulburn Prize Winners. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

COOTAMUNDRA SHOW. Goulburn Prize Winners. .Ymonu the exhibitors at the Lootamundra Show in the poultrv scction were Messrs. W. Leek and \V. J. Lees. Mr. Leek secured first irlzc'and a special for an orpington cock, first for an orpington hen, second prizes for an •rpington cockerel and orpington hen. Mr. .V. J. Lees was successful with a while leg ion* cock* securing first prize and silver I nedal (championship). He also got second prize for a white leghorn hen. This is a very good record as Mr. Lees had only the two birds in the show. Poultry was a strong: teaturc in the exhibits and Mr. Lees has re ceived the congratulations of Mr. Cadcll, the judge.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GOULBURN LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

GOULBURN LAND BOARD.. Ds Wednesday 'i'Jmirid.iy the board ' Messrs. Hctls, Chisholm, am! MoriartyJ dealt ivith the following cases Recommended for Approval.—Andrew Barrett, 640 acres, a.I., ie»l i|d per acre; Ubert j. Hockey, 640 acres, a.l., rent id per tcre; George 12. Willoughby, 640 acres, a.l., ront Id por aoro; Gcorgo JFoltlmm, l CO acres, 'J(3 por aoro ,* Thomas Armitt, 216 aorc8,'a.l., £1 6a por annum; William Jobson, 480 aires, a.l,, 2a por aoro; William A. Bix, 3.0acret». a.l., 1 Jd per aoro; Henry Ayre, 610 aorea, a.l., l£d per acre; John Manning, 040 acres, a.l.. la per aero j James W. Gann, 180 acres, a.l. CI por annum; James B, Leonard, 820 aeros, a.l., ljdper aore. Recommended for Refusal.—Thomas Bar ker, -18J acres, special lcaae; AlexanderNixon 290 acres, special leo6o; Neil Melnnes, 200 acres, apccial lea60; William Morton, 68$ icrca, c.p., nppraiseraont refused. Confirmed.—James J. Willis, 90 acres,.c.p.; Walter Reynolds, 443J acres, c.p. Adjourned.—Thomas Small, ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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INSPECTOR FENTON. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

INSPECTOR FENTON. We are pleased to learn that Inspector Feoton has boon granted a six montlia' leavo of absence* Connidoring his lougtboned and worthy services tbo recognition is ono that Mr. Fenton's many friends will be pleased to hoar of. Mr. M. Erodcriok, of Gurrundah, leaves vory soon for a uipto tho old country. Ho intends visiting tho Holy Land on routo. Tho trip should afford Mr. Brodorlok an enioyablo rest. Close on 50 years havo passed since Mr. Brodorlok left his native place. "Wo heartily wish him a pleasant trip and safe return. Ho will bo banquetted at Gurrundnh to-morrow night. &fr. MeKen/ie, deputy-governor Goulburn gaol, having been promoted to Darlinghurst, his piacc here will be taken by Senior-warder Smythe, of Darlinghurst, iind formerly of Goulburn. A young woman named Ellen Tonquay and her child, aged two months, were found murdered at Tarooni (Q.) cemetery on Wed nesday night. The young woman had 13 mounds in her throat, which was also cut. and the c...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

THE LAND. Followjno applications for annual leasee wore inado at Gouiburn (luring the paBt weo'n Philip Coleman, 510 acres, Taraga, aud 57Q acres, Willeroo; Andrew Barrett, .• 20 aorea, Baw Baw; Edward Charles Bray, 10 acres Kiarama; Alexander tjendersou, 240 acres, Yarralaw.

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

Gon.Ill'IIS- PHICE9 CL'HHF.NT, (It must be understood that these prices nre those offered by the loc.il merchants to the producers, and uot those quoted by the merchants to buyers.) Tlour, £6 iOi to per ton Wheat, 2a to as 3d per bushel Bran, #jd to 9jd per bushel Pollard, 8|d to 9$d'per bushel Oats, 25 Mai/e, 25 8d to 2s 9d per bushel Hay, rack, £2 5s to £2 103chaffing, £1 15s to ^2 per ton Straw, 25s to 30s per ton Hurley, is gel to 2s per bushel Potatoes, £4 losto £5 per ton Onions, 15s per cwt Chaff, £2 I0i to £3 per ton Bacon (district), 4CI to Od per lb Hams; 5d to 6d per lb Butler, dairy-made, lod per lb;factory-made ordinary, is ; creamery, is Lard, 6d to 7d; none offering Egg*, 6d to 7d per dozen Hides, 3jd to 3fd per lb Sheepskins, merinos, from 4d to £d per lb, and crossbred*, 2jd to 3fd Tallow, £17 to ,£18 per ton in shipping condition ; broken packages, ^15 to £16 Wattle bark £4, hickory £1 ics per ton CIiee.se (district), 4d to 4jd per lb Honey, 2$d to 3d per lb Bread ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Inspection of Balconies and Houses. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

Inspection of Balconies and Houses. The Mayor and the Inspector of Nuisances were round the city yesterday inspecting the various balconies. They discovered a few in iuch a state that it became necessary for them to lerve notices on the owners to have them repaired. The Mayor has also taken steps in regard to some houses which he found in an unsafe and insanitary condition, and has insisted on their removal.

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