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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTER IX. Lavinia. MnXiEii was difficult to plcaso just then, for her lioart was sore—her prido wounded—her ambitious hopes defeated by what she rogavdod as the extraordinary treatment sho had received from Selby Arden. When she and her fathor arrived in .town, alio begged him to take her abroad, and with guido-books and maps, and a Bradshaw, planned a tour in Northern Europe that made Lady Miller put up her bands in dismay. The good soul always preforrod to stay quietly at home at the handsome house near Ohislehuret Sir Waltor had bought. There she could sometimes invito the homely frionda of old days, and displuy to them all her costly fur niture ana gorgeous- raiment, and be happy in the enjoyment o£ their awe and admiration. ' Crossing the waters didn't suit lier ; and why should she have to do it, .she demanded, so pathetically, that Sir Walter, who also liked home best, was • divided between his wife and his daughter, and would fain have given up the project....

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

" CLA8EM0NT," Bourke-st., GOULBURN," Opposite Church Hall, 2 Minutes' from P.O. and Government Offices, 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. DWYER, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, COMMISSIONER FOR Al'FiriAVIT!, MONTHGUE- STREET • - . .,.(i>vcr Sands' Sale Yurds}, G O C LB C RN. VISITS GUNNING I-'IUST FRIDAY OK EVERY MOXTII. Agent for Imperial Fire Insurance Co. Limited.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE CHEAPEST MARKET. An American View. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

THE CHEAPEST MARKET. An American View. The shallow fallacy of tlie doctriuo " buy in Uio cheapest market," lias found an admirablo refutation, in Mr. J, P. Young's work recently issued from tho New York press, " Protection and Progress." He shows that Cobden's central idea was, by meanB of the oheap loaf, and consequent cheap labourer, to make England " tho workshop of tho world." Cotton was to be always grown in America, transported to Eng land, woven in Manchester and retrans ported to the Uiited States consumer. England for many decades was a cheaper market than America. Had the freetrade doctrine prevailed, " the world would have witnessed the sin gular spectacle of one nation becoming its workshop." Mr. Young points out with unanswer able logio that in this " Gobdenism was foredoomed, because its successful work ing depended upon the violation of true economic lawB. It Bet up tho theory that the world would be benefited by concentrating manufacturing operations in ono quarter o...

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

CHAPTER X. While Livinia stood struggling with her doubts Sir Walter panic fussing up, and other persons in the room who could boast of knowing more or less intimately the fortunate possessor of Arden Towers, pressed round to greet him. He had been ill; that was quickly understood, and he was condoled with. He had been hurt in a railway col lision, and some, his cousin Eustace amongst them, inquired what injuries he had received. " A slight fracture of the skull," was the reply, " that had caused compres sion of the brain. • But he bad been under Ins friend Collison, whose skill had soon set him to rights." " Did the accident occur in England or in France ?" Sir Walter inquired. And now one or two of the more observant saw that into Selby Arden'* eyes there came a look of perplexity, and noted with surprise that lie p.iused before, replying. " In England certainly ; did I not tell you that i was taken to Collison and have been staying at' his house ever since the operation lie found...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Family Re-union. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

Family Re-union. DruiS'ii ilio iLcciit visit of Mrs. W, Pearson to her native (own, she entertained between forty and fifty relatives and friends at a picnic at Kenmore. l)ratfs left the city at loo'cloek, and a very pleasant day was spent on (lie river and about the grounds. A sumptuous repast was laid out in Wilks' Hall. The larjjc number of little ones were looked after by the hostess, Mrs. Downey, and Mrs. Marsrien of Sydney. The party returned to town about six o'clock, ihoronghiv plcnsvrt with the mitinj;, • '

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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DEATH OF MR. H. M. KINGSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

DHAT1I OF MR. H. M. KINGSELL. It is wilh extreme regrcl that we learn of tin deal!) of Mr. II. M, Kingscli, second son ni Mr. \V. A. ICingsell. The sad event look place in Sydney lit 2 o'clock on .Sunday. It appear* deceased* had been ailing Tor some time, bul the end was not expected so suddenly. He was only 22 years of age and a young man ol considerable promise. Much sympathy i* felt with the fAuiilv in their sad bereavement

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Posting Money in Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

Posting Money in Newspapers. It is suspected that correspondence is sometimes posted in the guise of n newspaper, but it is not often that a newspaper encloses money or articles of value. A few days ago, however, the postal officials at the dead letter office in Melbourne made a peculiar discovery. Newspapers that cannot be delivered to the addresses are opened, and the covers destroyed, the paper being afterwards sold as waste. The inside of one of these newspapers (when opened) was found to be covered with writing, and inside the paper were two postal notes for 3 - each. It is unlikely that the person to whom the money belongs will claim it, as he or she would hardly care to risk the j chance of being prosecuted for aj serious breach of the postal regiila-1 tions, 1

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

'FOOTBALL. Goulburn Union defeated Crookwell Union 'by .44 points to three. Mr. Gould acted as referee. College defeated Crookwell district juniors by 24 to nil. Mr. J. Nesbitt umpired. Fusiliers defeated Wnrrignl by three to nil. Mr. W.-Fcnton umpired. .

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

Pickpockets aud Letter Pillars. Tiie post-office lettor box is often made tbo recipient of strango articlo?, and not infrequently of Btolen property. It is not at all uncommon for a stolen purse, aftor being rolioved of its contents, to be thrown by the thief into a pillar box. Recently a valuablo gold watch, tin proceeds of a street robbory, was dis covered in a Melbourne letter box, the thief having probably dropped it in on being pursued. Last Sunday night a wine shop in Bourko-stroet was broken into, but the robbors got nothing for their trouble beyond a- few medals. Ono of tboso, a bronzo trophy of little value, was found in a.pillar box.

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

SPORTING. THE T.URF. Thk Hawkcsbury Spring Meeting took plncc on Saturday last. Delightful weather pre vnilcd, and a large attendance. The course was in splendid order.- Following is an ac count of the running :— I Park Stakes, 6 furlongs: St. Mars J, Lady | Grafton 2, T.M.S. 3, -.Won by two lengths. I 1.17. ; Stewards' Mile: Pnrtaguc 1, Goodooga 2, Chryso-Keras 3. Won by a head. 1.43.' Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs: Ariman l, Aladdin 2, Dalmore 3. Won hy half a length. i.i7j. * Hawkcsbury Spring Handicap, 1} mile and 100 yards : Sirdar !, Tillimby 2, Ferryman 3. Won easily by three lengths. 2.17k* Welter, ft furlongs: T.M.S. 1, lJivalvc 2, Plain Tom II 3. Won by four lengths. M7f Sonic of the ISpsom candidates were out for a gallop on Saturday morning. Caledonia ran a mile and a furlong in 2 min. 3J see., finishing well. Keulcy put up the morning's rccord for a mile. He ran the first half-mile in 50J sec., five furlongs in 1 min. 4 sees., and the full distance in 1 min. 46J. Australi...

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

An Expensive Marriage. Karl Russell spent no less tlinn £30,000 in disentangling himself from his first marriage. His troublesome wife and her mother, Lady Scott, must have spent at least an equal amount in their several actions and counteractions. "lU.'lasttheEnrl seems to have a prospect- of fair weather in his matrimonial Affairs. It is under stood that immedip.tely on his release from gaol he will marry Mrs. Somer ville and retire to a quiet country life. One of his minor ..troubles has been a visit from a hnrgla): to his chambers in Gray's Inn. This occurred 011 the day of his trial in the House of Lords. The burglar had ample time for a quiet survey of the rooms, and carried off n quantity of jeweller)-.

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

PITHY PARS. Fisb. 44 t» 3. * A tall score. Fancy football.' Kuinors of war. Marulan beats Goulbum. Goulhum beats Crook'well, 506 points of rain at Crookwcli. When lovely woman starts a«voting. Marulan entertained Goulbum tennit players: Goulbum ladies have led off with the righl —to vote. Snakes have already been seen neat Goulbum. About to,000 tons of road metal required it town. | Kabhits arc not bccomin^ numerous ; the} simply swarm. France, Russia, and Germany may trj grips with Kngland .shortly. Some local cemeteries badly want atten tion ; also approaches thereto. Kuropcan waters will soon swarm wit! submarine naval destroyers. Melbourne finds meat dear, but she has .* splendid fish supply. Kc woman suffrage—Messrs. Hose ani Hriner .\otcd against. •Aflleck for, Ashtoi absent. Gould and Goulbum. Mr. \V. Gould, ex S.M., leaves ns just as Mr. \V. Gould, ex business man, returns. When lovely woman gets the notion, In fields political to stray, Thy citsiest way to stop commotion Is...

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

TO STAND THIS SEASON, Ht Gundaroo. WAR GOD (29). . UY Carbine (2)—from Hera J -* by The Drummer (i) IwTS iW from Devotion by Goldsbo ■jilUWWl ft rough (13). Teksis Ten Guineas a mare, and foals guaranteed. Mares will be met at reasonable distances. Full pedigree and further particulars upon application to •GERALD MASSY, ' Gundaroo. EPINICION, By Epigram (imp.) (18) from Lady Betty (g). Tkkms :—£$ $i.t or £3 15s, and foals guaranteed. Marcs will be met at reasonable distances. Full pedigree and further particulars upon application to GERALD MASSY, Gundaroo. VICTOR. Pure Clydesdale, by Muir Lad (imp,), from Poppet, by Davy (imp.). Tijhms jCj, or £.1 12s. and foals guaran teed. Mares will be met at reasonable distances. Full pedigree and further particulars upon application to TO STAND THIS SEASON, at the Meadows, Taralga, The Draught Stallion Young Challenger. ft "VOITXG CHALLEXGER is a bay, rising 6 yeais, rSfl ftT W5» °"t of Young Daisy by IUmV Challenger, Challenger by Emperor (imp...

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RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

RIFLE MATCH. The match between the Railway Ambulance and the Goulburn Reserve Rille Clubs, were shot off on Saturday last, and resulted in a tie. This is the second tie in succession that the Ambulance men have experienced, and the circumstanec is remarkable. Owing to ■cry shifty wind the average scoring were low. KAII.WAY; AMUl'J.AXCE. i yds. yds. 500 600 Tl. Treasurer Ingleton. 27. 27 54 Res. Pinkney 25 24 40 Mr. W. Cooiubes 28. 18 Res. Hawkesley 28 13 Res. Coulter.... 27 . 13 Res. Painter 20 20 Res. Crawford 27 13 Rev. Best 26 14 Res. Yeadon 23 15 Res. J. Harding 20 17 Mr. Taylor iG 21 37 Cadet E. Milne 15 21 36 (iOL'MU'KN KESKHVKS. yds. 500 Res. Goodman.. Mr. I£. Biddulph.. Res. P. Nicholls.. 29 29 25 29 54 26 24 50 30 • 20 50 18 48 21 25 46 25 20 45 26 19 45 l<) 20 39 15 10 25 8 13 21 10 7 17 49*

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

COACH ACCIDENT. An* accident which might have terminated more seriously happened in Auburn-street on Saturday morning. It appears that a young maw named Mundy attempted to mount the front seat of the coach arriving from Crook well, and failing to secure a hold he fell back and was immediately pulled under the wheels, which passed over his knee and foot, indicting very nasty abrasions, which required medical attention, and will no doubt causi inconvenience .for some time. Much com ment was caused among spectators by the action of the coach driver in proceeding along the street before seeing the result of the accident.

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

GOULBURN LITERARY CLUB. The weekly meeting was held on Saturday, Mr. Sendall in the chair. There was a good attendance, and literary sketches were given hv members as follows i—" Lord Xelson," •\ir. Donnelly ; " Three American Humorists," Jf* McHar'dy; " Robert Louis Stevenson," .Mt. Sendall; " Duke of Wellington," Mr Phillips. Next Saturday Mr. \V. C.ircy Tavlor will open the discussion " What ari the" chief dangers threatening modern civili sation ?"

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FAREWELL TO MR. W. E. GOULD. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

FAREWELL TO MR. W. E. GOULD. A social organised by the Goulburn railway , staff was held in the Masonic Hall on Satur day evening, to hid farewell to Mr. W. E. Gould, slationmaster, on his departure for Blacktown, to which station he has heen transferred in consequence of ill-health, and to present him with n token of the esteem he was held in by the railway men of Goulburn and district. Mr. E. Milne, district inspector, presided, and about seventy of the staff were present. Opportunity was also taken pf the occasion to present Mr. Gotild with a purse of sovereigns, collected by Mr. I*. McShaue from the citizens, in recognition of his worth as a public oflicial and a citizen. This caused the attendance of a number of leading citizens. The first part of the evening was devoted to cards and other games, interspersed with the following musical programmeOver ture on the piano, Mr. H. Kenton ; song, Miss Whitehead; song,.Thy Sentinel Am I, Mr.O. Grubb : song, The Valley by the Sea, Miss ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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A Fall in Values. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 2 September 1901

A Fall in Values. The fate of the Queen's arch' in Mel bourne—one oi the relics o( the gay doings in-May—has boon determined at last. The once handsome structure,; which cost the State of Victoria BOme I £1500, has been disposed of for a ten ! pound note I A week or two back the; Works department, so bad was the! timber market, could not raise even i that sum for the huge toy, and was contemplating giving it a coat of paint and waiting for bettor days.

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

PROSPECTUS OF The Werriwa Times Newspaper Company, Ltd. (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, ^1500, divided into 300 Shares of £$ £ach, of which 200 are now offered to the public for subscription, payabls £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 be 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. No 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 crcdit of the Company, less any expenses incidental to its formation. The Company shall be deemed to lie formed when 150 Shares have been subscribed. I...

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

OLD AGE PENSIONS. Tun number of claims received for old age pensions tip to date in the Uoulburn district, have been (*)7; of these 560 have been I granted; fifty-seven have been refused for1 various reasons, including a few cases in which the applicants died before the hoard had dealt with theirapplications. Thig leaves eighty claims to be yet considered, some of which have" only been received within the last few days. Seven pensioners have died since their pensions were granted, J

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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