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"CRICKVILLE" OR "DRYVILLE." [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

«CRICKV1LLE" OR "DRYVILLE," Mr. Crjck when moving the scconcl rending of the Stockholders' Bill read a section show ing that no person except one who is over ifc years of age, and who earns his living by his own labour, shall be eligible to take a block. Mr. Haynes : It is very far from being n machinery bill. There is a very great prin ciple involved. Mn Kelly: Will it deprive members of parliament of taking a block ? Mr. Crick : .Yes; they don't work. (Laugh ter.) Mr. Jcssop : Will there be any pubs, there: Mr. Crick: No; he would see to that. (Hear, hear.) Mr. Kelly : Well, it won't pass this house, then. (Laughter.) > Mr. Crick said he proposed to prevent any liquor license from being granted in connec tion with these areas. He would call the village " Crickville," and hoped to represent it as long as he sat in parliament. Ail Hon. Member: Dryville" would be better. (Laughter).

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Friday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 30 August 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY. Friday Afternoon. In the Banco Court to-day he'forc the Chief usticc and a jury of four, Peter Everinglon, torckceper, of Liverpool, brought an action gainst Joseph Schel), claiming ^"iooo da nages for alleged seduction of his daughter, linnic. aged 18, by defendant. Case pro :ccding. LONDON, Thursday Aftornoon. • Captain Thomas, 0! tho First Australian 1 Horse, has sailed for England from the Cope. A number of British sharpshooters whilst patrolling northward* from Lsidybraud in tin L)range Colony, recently discovered and cap :ured five Doors and rnauy lioreos. Or tho 1 men entombed, owing: to th< subsidence of moorland abovo Donibristh jolllerv h Fiteshirv, tlirro h:ivo been rcsoucd : ill liopo of rescuing tho remaining light ha» been abaudoned. The real causc of the rupture in diplomatic relations between Turkey and France is tlu action of the Porte in constantly interposing jbstacles to French commercial interests. The boiler of the steamer C...

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

Make Room at any Cost ft SLAUGHTER ! 8uch are P. LEYNE'S instructions just to lmnd from England. ' It is characteristic of P. Ley.ve's well-known spirited way of doing business, Slaughter f Slaughter ! ! Slaughter!!! Is the Watchword of his Message, It must bo done well to have the desired effect, and it will be done well. Napoleon said, "There shall be no Alps," and he marched into Italy. P. Leyne says, " There shall be room," and he means to do it at any cost. Look out for a Slaughter ! ® A Whirlwind of Bargains. The Greatest Event of the Year ! I Now is your Golden Opportunity. Waste 110 time, but come and see what is offering. Every Line in the Establishment at Make-Room Prices! Make-Boom Prices! P. LEYNE is coming back across the water with the Choicest, Cheapest Lot of Goods ever landed in Australia, and he has sent word ahead that he wants plenty of room. What a Throwin for the Public! The Slaughter has commenced. Don't let anything keep you back. The Bargains Will cause a re...

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

Tenders Wanted T?OR Clearing Briars, also for the Erection of Sixty Chains of Fcncfttg. D. KENNY, Mummell. TO LET, A Large Shop, Auburn-sired; ccnlr.li posi lion. Apply P, McSHANE. TO LET. AFTER 1st September, " Gaufihi.d Villa."—Apply J. Gkaham, Market street, or E. Graham, Currawang. J. BAXTER, Next Royal Hotel, XTAS the Largest, the Newest, the Latest, and Best Selected Stock of Watches and Jewellery out of Sydney. SEE HIS WINDOW. TRY MORGAN'S Refreshment Room —FOR— A CUP of Good Coffee and Scotch Pic, 3jd»; with Scoticor Pastry, 3d. ~ J. M. YALE, Engineer, Gunsmith, and Machine Expert Vale LOCKS a Speciality Sewing Machines cleaned and repaired. Esti mates given. 06J Auburn-street, three doors from Verner-street. WALTER E. QUARTLY TS the Cheapest House in this City for Paper hangings, Lead, Oils, Paints, Colours, Brusliware, Varnishes. Alabastine, which are always in stock, Experienced Workmen only kept. Decorator, General House Painter and Sign Writer, Auburn-street. Borougli o...

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 I Held a sitting at Taralga on 21st instant, wlion tho following applications were dealt with :— Confirmod.—Wallace P. Pearco, 160 acres, o.l., rent 2d per acre; James •Vldors, 40 and 80 acreB, a. ops., and 480 acres, o.l., rent of o.l, 2d por acre; James Connors, Ben., 150 acroB, o.l., rent 2d per aero; Wallace Aldors, 90 acres, c.p., and 270 acres, o.l., rent of leaso 2d per acre; Hubert Carlon, 100 acres, c.p., and 800 acres, o.l., rent of leaso 8a per aore; D. Baxter, 18G£ aores, c.l, rent 2d por acre. Disallowed.—John 8. Baxter, 1GG0 acros, settlement lease; Jamos Halls, 100 acres, o.l. Adjourned.—Alexander Stephenson, 270 acres, c.l.; Henry I". Cueack, 50 acros, c.p.; George F. Cameron, 90J acros, o.p.; John D. Mo T. Robertson, for appraisement of tho unimproved capital values of c.ps. 78-288, 80-48, and B0-2G; William H. Whito, inquiry as to residence on GO acres/ o.p, adjourned for selector's attendance ; D. Flynn, 40 acros, c.p., for further in spection ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

FATAL ACCIDENT. Ykstkkday morning information was re ceived at the' policc station that Mr, James Coleman, of Bangalore, was found on Satur day afternoon lying on'the road to Tarago, seriously injured, and had been taken by Mr. T. Sliicls, of Tarago, • and another man, to the old Pelican Inn. Constable Bee/ley went out with the police cart to bring the man into town, but tie died before his removal at 11.20 a.m. yesterday. About 4.30 p.m. on Saturday, deceased was seen by Mrs. Preseilla Jones, of Tirranna, riding by as fast as his horse could gallop. He was shouting and swearing at the horse, and wasi swaying backwards add forwards in the * saddle. He nearly fell off twice whilst Mrs. Jones could see him but recovered his seat. He was afterwards found lying on the roacl in an unconscious state. An examination of the body after death showed that the skull had been fractured. Deceased was 5/ years of age, was a farmer and grazier, unmarried, and was a native of Bangalore. He had not b...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Lawn Tennis Match. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

Lawn Tennis Match. Ox. Saturday, a team from the Kcwa Club, Goulburn, journeyed to Marulan to play a I match against the club of that town. After a very pleasant game the lalter team won by 4 sets 19 panics. The stores were Kowa- 4 sets 45 games, Manila 11 8 sots 64 games.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

Monday. Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. Hclcncr. | DKUNKKNW'HSS. One defendant pleaded guilty to drunken ness, and was fined 5$, in default of payment during the day, X honr.V imprisonment. hawkkk's licknjjk. Martha A1 Hcmmsic (Syrian) was granted a foot liccnse. ; '.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

GOULBURN POLICE COURT. Saturday. Befokk (lie Police Magistrate and Mr. Belcher. . MOTOUS HKHAVIOUR AND INDECENT I.ANOUAUB, Herbert Smith or Casey (on bail) and William Johsoa pleaded guilty to riotous behaviour in v Auburn-street. Jobsoh also pleaded guiltyCto indecent language. Constable McNcilly deposed that about ten o'clock .on. the previous evening he heard Jobson "make use of indecent language in Auburn-street; witness followed him to arrest him, and before he did so both defen i dants began to fight; he could not say who struck the first biovw _ j Smith or Casey said Jobson struck him I first, and Jobson said Casey was the first: offender. Jobson was fined to/- for the behaviour and 40/- for the language, in default one month's: imprisonment. He was allowed 14 days to pay. The other defendant was lined 5/• for the behaviour, which he paid. ;

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The Federal Flag and Seal. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

i The Federal Flag and Seal. . Till! judges of the Hags and seals in tilt federal competition have finished their worlc, and their reports arc now ! in the hands of Mr. Atlce Hunt, of the Premier's department. The witmmp design for the* federal Hags consists of ; the Union Jack in the corner, the lower part of the lickl having a six ! pointed star, and lite lly bears the stars ' of the Southern Cross.' The field will ; be of blue for the official Hag, and red for the merchant service. Mussts;. Oinistio poM liy auction in fioihlou lust moil Hi ii perfect copy of tho first fp'.io Plvjlteaponio, pii(itL>il iu KWH, at tho record plica of £1720. Tho huyor wiia Itr. Quuritdi. In lfiOU another pcrtoot copy sold for .J517O0, beating tho r.muvil of £716 paid lor ono tomo yours p nviously. N'ew South Wales footballers suffered n heavy ilefcat (r.nn the Nv\v Zealand team at Wellington on Saturday. They were out classed in all branches. The genres were N'ew Zealand, 30 pninta; New Snittli Wa...

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Cable News. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

Cable News. LONDON, Saturday. Dlt. Lkydk has asked M. Delcnsse tc arrange for an interview between tin Czar and Mr. Kruger at Compiegne M. Delcasse seriously objected to tin proposal, as he does not desire tc cause a pro-Boa' demonstration. The " Daily Chronicle" states thai the appointment of Sir JosephAVesi Ridgeway, now Governor of Ceylon as Governor ot New South Wales is extremely likely. Russia's control of the customs ami other itiiluenccs in Persia is obstruct ing the development - of the Quetta Nushki route and .'injuring Indiar traders.' The ''Times" urges tin government to intervene. * Russia, it is said, is massing 100,00c troops on the Roumanian frontier. In February next. Russia and Franci jointly will, it is 'reported in London have 92 submarine boats of the ncwes type. C. B. Fry, playing against Kent scored 140 runs, and thus in consecu tive innings tiiade. his fifth coutury He and R. Abel made their aggregate 3000 each almost.simultaneously. Mr. Lawson offers to bet ...

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New Zealand and the Cook Islands. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

New Zealand and the Cook Islands. The differential import duties imposed in the Cook Islands are greatly agitat ing the traders in Raratonga, the chief island of the group. It has been an nounced by the "Traders Gazette" that all importers must pay the New Zealand rates of duly, except on goods imported from New Zealand, which are charged 10 per cent. Imports from Sydney direct to Raratonga are subject to the higher rates, while if imported through New Zealand the duly is 10 per cent. only. The population of Cook Island is about 15,000, and they being only four days' steam from Auckland the Go vernment is a sort of native adminis tration, under a British Resident, now appointed by New Zealand. Speaking in the Xew Zealand House of Repre sentatives last year Mr. Seddon, who has specially visited and investigated the group, said these islands are, geographically speaking, in touch with New Zealand) which should command Hie whole trade of the islands,

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A MEDICAL PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

A MEDICAL PROSECUTION. Qci:an*hkyan, Saturday^:—Mr. H. C. Hunyar was prosccutcd for the second time for ar nlleged breach of the Medical Practitioner: Act. tie was convicted, the magistrate! convicting being Messrs. McKenscy ant Whitehead ; Mr. Gale dissented.* Dcfendan was fined £50, in default six months' im prisonment in Quennbeyan gaol.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

LAKE & STEWART, Clinton-street, Goulburn, Steam Manufacturers of Waggons, Vans, Drays, Spring* . Carts, and Sulkies. WE KEEP the LARGEST STOCK out of Sydney of ABSOLUTELY DRY TIMBER, without which no Vehicle can be faithfully Built. The Works of the Finn are the LARGEST in the SOUTHERN DISTRICT, and everything that Workmanship, Machinery, and Steam can do is done on the premises. Our prices are the lowest for iirst-class workman ship, and our Vehicles are popular throughout the district, because they are staunch. If you want a BUGGY or a SULKY, NEW OR SECOXD-HAXD, it will pay you to call 011 LAKE & STEWART. ftpni p a seem LJ iL# SL^T 9 tlic Hihiiest Gkadk at LOWEK CASH l'KICUS Limited j.'1"" ,a"y o"|c'r F|rm«<> The " ISEKMAXX" PIAXO cannot be surpassed. The Noted and Much Admired " HAPSBUKG" is undoubtedly the Piano of the Age. Ten Years' Guarantee. We supply these Pianos everywhere for Cash, or upon Easy Terms if desired. Catalogues Supplied. Evolution...

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SATURDAY, AUG. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

Saturday, Act;. 31. Gi'O.W. Goodchih), seven c.pa.t appraised at i 153,15s 4<1, lis Stl, 13s 4d, us 8(1, lis 8d, and 8s 4(1 per acre. Kredk. T. Styles, c.p. and c.l., adjourned. Kichard H. Avre, c.p. and c.l., appraised at 10s per acre. John Latkhani, three c.ps.t appraised at 13s 4d, tos, and 8s 4d per acre. Henry Uritton, c.p,, appraised at 10s per acre. Thos. Blake, four c.ns., appraised at 11s 8d, 10s, 11s 8d, and 1 is 8d per aere. Richard Chapman, e.p., adjourned. (Messrs, K. D. Millen and Austin chapman appeared for the applicant in this "case and contended that non-residence was not a bar to reap praisement.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

DIRECTORY. wsrovwe THE SIMPSON CO., Oil, Color, and Lead Merchants, 2O9 Auburn-sired. SAM BAILEY, Vcrner-street, Stove and Oven Maker ana General Agricultural Black smith. ; T, J, BUCK, Land, and Commission Agent, Sloane-street, Goulburn. Rents nnd Debts Collected. LAKE'S LIVERY STABLES, Clifford-Pt. Goulburn. Vehicles of every description always on hire. %V. R. McLEAN, 178 Auburn-street, Goul burn, IJuii'c Shoer and General Black ' smith, Agricultural and Farm Implement Maker. Repairs promptly executed Horse-shoeing a speciality. * AYLIXG & PRYUE, Stock, Station, House Land, and General Commission Aleuts I-Ierald Chambers (opposite Post & Tele graph Oflice), Auburn street, Goulburn. J. TURNER, Goulburn Marble Works, Ver ner-street. Lowest Prices. Designs posted free on apylication. BERGMARK, O. (First Honors in Examina tion X.S.W.j, Chemist and Druggist, Auburn-street, Goulburn. E. L. MATH1SW, Chemist and, Dentist, Auburn-street, Golburn, opposite oflice of this pap...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Goulburn Land Board. FRIDAY, AUGUST 30. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

Goulburn Land Board. I'HIDAY, AVUl'ST 30. Applications for He-appraisement. Hubert E. Tickncr, two e.ps. and two e.ls., three appraised at- 11/3 and une at 6/t> per acre. ' " % John Daniel Phelps, nine c.ps., appraised at 15/, 13/4. K>/#» y/4,^15/-10/, 8/4, and 8/4 per acre. William Lncuytc.p. and c.l.; adjourned tilJ 4th instant. Charles -K. Uuffet senior ; three c.ps.; adjourned.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

weekly calen'dau. "Week Day, i)av of •Month. •Ji ■£ -S « COM II Jp Sunday Mondav Tuesday.... Wednesday Thursday.. Friday Saturday.... Sept l H 4 *'!! 2 tt 7 ~i ,415 r9 6 ij s 36 0 12 5 37 6 IP 5 3s 0 8 5 39 6 7 5 4° 0 61 S -|o 8 33 7 5 9 4' 7 44 10 49 8 2S 11 54 9 15 si.111. 10 6 12 sfl n 1 1 53J

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Ball at Marulan. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

Ball at Marulan. The Marulan devotees of the racquet, net, and ball, held a very successful ball on Friday evening last in the Oddfellows' Hall. The ball committee were Messrs. Ford, Kelly, MeMalion, and McLcan, secretary. Music was provided by Miss O'Hara, extras being played by Miss Kelly and Mr. J. Nosworthy. Mr. N. J. Scoullcr proved him self ah efficient M.C. The hall was effectively decorated, racquets, (lags, nets, and ribbons of the club colors—red, white, and blue—were very tastefully arranged. Supper was laid in the School of Arts. Visitors were present from all parts of the district, and the event will be remembered as one of the most enjoyable over IteW in tho old town. The visitora wcro loud iu thtir praises of tho kind treatment they received, Tho ladios' dresses were, 08 usual, much admired, and it would bo difficult to decide whom to award tho pnlm to whore so many were faultlessly attired. The following )adic3 werepreecnt:— Sirs. N. Scoullcr, blank I). Wright-, blac...

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Werriwa Times. MONDAY, SEPT. 2, 1901. POLITICAL PATRONAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

MONDAY, SEl'T. 2, T901. POLITICAL I'ATKONAGE. The debute in tlio Stats l'liriiamwit on Mr. CarruthMa' motion for tho second reading of tho Stale Labour Selection Bill threw some mousing sidelights on tho ■working of the day labour system in tlio hands of politicians. The objee of tho bill wag to establish a Bonn authorised-to deal with applicants ioi employment on public works, in much the same manner as the Public Service Board now deals with applications for "billets" in tho Civil Service, excepting that they will not ho roquuod to (ace a competitivo examination in grammar, syntax, and etymology. The range of enquiry will be limited to the physical condition, character, and skill of the applicants ; and in order to prevent excessive centralisation, the enquiries . are not to be conducted exclusively in Sydney, so as to attract labour from the country without regard to the place in which llie work applied for might have to be done. There at'e so many reasonable ob jections to the m...

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