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GOULBURN RACING CLUB. ENTRIES ISSUE TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 18 October 1920
GOULBURN RACING CLUB. ENTRIES I88UE TO-DAY. Entries for tha forthcoming moot ing of the Qoulburn Raolng Club OIOB pd on Saturday ovonlng, but Mr. HOBO warn, tho adorotnry, waa oxtroinoly buBy yontordny propnrlng for to-day's raaos, lionaa had not tlmo to arrange thoip. Ho will ISBUO tho ontrlos to day. Thoy aro prnotloally tho samo ns thoBo of tho Oliarlty mooting, Two or throo horBos, out of tho wholo lot aro loavlng, and two or throo more coming, hut thora Is vory little alter ation, Tho nominations . nro vory ^largo. ;?
LIVE STOCK. FEED HORSES INDIVIDUALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 18 October 1920
LIVE-STOOK ' &lt; ICnfih Uorpn jvlmn lyno.Uo*: iiblo, lie foil iiPiuirnloly (wi'Hoa' n'-Vo« lorhiury'oMIoor oC;,tlib Sloolc' Branch! ". '? i' ' of tlio. Dopuvtmpnt-' ot ARi'lcuU^oVi tlio cuHtom'qC foqdlog many liorpob from long troughs -lo wuHtotul,' and IuiuIh 1,0 halting ;,pf tlio food on .tljo piirt oil broody, luilmulH,' aml,,undbr« fondlnc' of' tlmsoVwoukuV or"6t \Woi;0 HlUW'UUtlnU.'llUgVlt.' |lJu|tliig of Uiorfopfl imil uohaotiiiotit-Impci-Coot niuHUcUtlon ii'j'ovbiitH tliq'iirilmnl 'from dortyliis. tlih fiilf 'liot'iolll 'froiri H'h 'r'allon.' ftH liiuaji la miR^otV, through tlio (iyntoqv ;lmpv9 poi-ly. diRosioriV-of toil with' Horloiw vo nnltn. Willi loaius aontlnually on tlft tiioyo, lqms t^i'QURli. fooillpR 'iiuiy lio urt |iiv6likbloj lint' in' Htunclliife ujuiipB mill on far'm'H, tlio 'oxtra -labour 'and cofft Involvcid :lu prpvldfiig pnr|lt|oii .nilla ;,Hhoiil(i uo-'moijo,'tliluv'rdob'undd by, tU'o et'.onoiiiy li\ food hiul loBBttliod rial!. > la ,w,or,t\iy of...
Sparking Opera. "Yeomen of the Guard." WHY THIS LACK OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 18 October 1920
"Yeomen of the Guard." WHY THIS LACK OF INTEREST Bewlldorment must have comc ovor. any observer noting tho unoccupied seats at tho back of tho Majestic Thentre on Saturday1 night, when thq second performance of "Tho Yeoman of tho Guard", was ..given, by:-tho Goul burn' Loader >Ohoral Society. After aoollig and hearing it'he obora, any un biassed .porjson, would bo puMled to understand why peoplo had not boon fighting for tho privilege of occupying tho last available soat In tho theatre. Yot they were not. Why? Probably bocaoiso' Goulburn doos not yet rea llso tho excellence of tho entertalu mont presentod. 1 For tho information of those who liavo n6t yet' Boon the opera, Gilbert nnd Sullivan "wore mnstcrB' of their art. One realises thl»- before tho first act' hais -progressed two fociicd, and as tho Ingenious plot, onshrouded In opalescent molody, develop*, one Tools Impelled to regard tho two crea tors aa almost siiporhuman, so clovcr, so'beautiful, In the oporn, INGENIOUS PLOf...
THE MAILS At Sydney. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 18 October 1920
( 'T^ 'JAILS' - ' ! '( '&lt;! ?' . At Sydney,.' ' " ' : " MONDAY. Crinndii,-11,'BO' ii,m, '(Niagara). United Kluu'daw fvn.t^ Cqntlno|\t ot EJa l'opo (lottora, and puclcota ,IC upo . chilly|QnilorBod-CNinBnra,"-H.3() n.m, (NlRBRrtO. rlawallan I^tyndH,-11,30 a.m. (Nln Rar(0.i' ?Tanning Wand,-11.30 a.m. (Niagara). MJ1 and Tongarr-N'oon (fjlaaara).: A\iol(lan(|,; oto., N,Z,-Nopu (ISlagari)). Tluirmlny Ifllnnd, Manila, Sandaltan, 1 China (parcolfl).-5 p.ni, (Hwan ' i'in«)j :':?.}? '. ^'(SjLian StAiLs. " OutwanlH: Niagara, cloRlng Oo I'jjr 1(1, eppaqtod t() w|vq ^qtylaf Vi vb|nl)or 20jflpnflmfi, o|pkI|\8,Oo. tabor 10, oxpoctod to arrlv, I.M. don Novotflbpr !}0,i pr^ion^c, olflH* lug Ootolfor 30, Axpoctrid to arrive LpnclPP/'^0V0fuV.er ,2?., .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 18 October 1920
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SACRED CONCERT. HELPING PIPERS' BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 18 October 1920
SACKED CONCERT.; HELPING ril'ERS' llANDj. , Ono of tho moat onjoynblo Sunday night concerts Mint hns boon liold In Goulburn [or n aonsldornblo tlmo \vw glvon In llio Hmplro Thontra lnnt night In nld of tbo embryo Pipers' nnml, wliluh tho Highland nnd Burns Socloty Intends Hhull blossom Into maturity vnry soon now. Tim Light Horso Band, undor Mr. N. J. Wilson, nnd n mimhor of artists (insisted. .Tho blind gftvo tho following pro grnmmo!-Mnroli, "Tho ProHldont;" soloctlon, "G'arlsbrookoj" selection, "flcotuh Songs," nnd tho Nntlonnl An them, .lioaldoH accompanying tho cor not solo "Distant Voices." Mrs. nrlorloy nalloy Hang "0, Dlvlno no doomor," In a rich contralto, nnd Miss Olgo naasmiwaon, ncclnlmod n grant SUCCORS nt tho oporn, oontrlhut od "Mary" nnd "Wlion Song la Swoot," Ml ah nolro also snng two songs. An othor populnr porformor was Mr. Dili J. Thomiw.-'also n dlsoovory In tho Sworn. -intifkniiR "Honor nnd Anns." Mr. Drlorly nalloy gavo two violin solos, "Am noor"'nnd "Largo" ...
MAJESTIC THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 18 October 1920
MAJESTIC THEATRE. "Tho Yoaman 01 tho Guni'il. n fuller notice of which nppouni olsowhoro In thcso columns, pluyai by tho Goul burn Lemlor Clionil Socloty, will ho soon for tho tlilr-ltlmo at tho MuJ chIIo Thonf.ro--to-nlpht. 'Apart '(ronv I tho fact tnnt 'll.'iB'prulu'ood by local ponplo, 11s an ontprtnlnmont, pure and slmplo, It merits tno .attendance ot nnyono. .
LYRIC THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 18 October 1920
liYIUC THKATllK. "Tho Sweetheart of thoWcrld," who i has boon getting horself rathor noto- I pIoub Hiitcly, Mary Plcltford, lis fon turod at tho Lyric Thoatro to-night In "How Could You, Joan?" Tho second ] atar la "His Wife's KrlontV,' with Dor othy Dalt'on In the loading rolo. A comedy, a plctogrnph and gazotto ooraploto tho protrnmmo.
S. SAVIOUR'S CATHEDRAL. VISIT OF THE BISHOP OF WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 18 October 1920
S. SAVIOUR'S CATHEDRAL. VISIT OF THE BI8H0P OF WANQARATTA. Tho Bishop of Wangaratta will bo. visiting tho Cathedral pariah ut tho ond of October. On Saturday, Octobor 30, ho will glvo Continuation to adults In tho Ca thedral. On Sunday, Octobor 31, ho will proacli' lniitho, Caihodralrtmarnlnij and ovonintw nndMWicNovomb«r li (AUi SnlntR' Dayi)fiihbi].wUliiosdaln tdi'thfc , prloathood tho Hov. , CS, P. Pylco. of tho Cathodral staff. From Qoulburn ' tho Bishop will go to Bowral In tho i dlocoso of Sydnoy, to glvo Conflrma I tlon thoro. Coming nnd going from Qoulbuni, tho Bishop will visit othor parlsh6a In tho dlocoso for Condmui tlon. ? CENTENARY WEEK. Sunday, Octobor 21, will ho obsorv od In tho Cathadral with spoulal sor , vices marking tho oponlng of tlio Qoulburn Contonary colobratlons, Tho 1 spoclal pronohor will bo tlio Into Vlco Doan, tho Ilov. Q, A, Carvor, now roc tor' of All Saints'. Sutton Forost, Curiously onough, tlioro Is a pecu liar approprlatonoss In this, as In tho e...
DISTRICT NEWS. GUNNING [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 18 October 1920
? R? GUNNING The funeral of the late Mrs. John Tully, of Byalla; whose sudden death took place in Goulburn last Tuesday, was very largely attended at Gunning on Thursday,. The remains of the deceased lady were brought to Gun ning by the morning train, thence to the Roman Catholic Curch, where a short service was held. Rev. Father &nbsp; Carson officiated at the graveside. ':,tffhe hot 'winds of the - InitilWorli! 'fid-i'ii'-''dried . tip the noil, and 'iprnepes &lt;jiilckly. A front In Hie honlnnliii' (if the week dfiinnKed thu .curly potn inim. fjp fin1 tjiaie In a youd nho\y of fruit, . ?
Affray With Knife ISLANDER ATTACKED. COWARDLY LEICHHARDT RUFFIANS SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 18 October 1920
ISLANDER ATTACKED. COWARDLY LEICHHARDT RUF- FIANS SYDNEY, Sunday. A brawl outside a hotel at Leichhardt last night resulted in three &nbsp; men being injured. According to police reports, a group of half a dozen men tormented Samuel Hobart, a South Sea Islander. He &nbsp; disappeared about 6 o'clock, but returned later. The argument again &nbsp; &nbsp; started, and it is alleged that a crowd followedd Hobart into the street and attacked him. The Islander was seen with a tobacco knife, and during the melee Frederick Charlesworth and George Jolly received wounds. Hobart was knocked to the ground, and it is stated that someone sat on his head while others kicked him. As a result his jaw was broken. The crowd that had gathered urged fair play. Hobart was allowed to rise and proceeded to walk away, but was &nbsp; again attacked. Tho police then arrived and arrested four men. They are still looking for two others.
"Yeoman of the Guard" CHANGES IN CAST. MISS ROSE'S REAMRKABLE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 19 October 1920
" Yeoman ef tic Guard"; CHANGES IN CAST. iiiiss nosirs hkmXiikawoiuc. Witli only three or four- hours In which lo leoru n leading part and re liourjBo i't sufficiently to appear In public without litiyliiu previously hud the . assistance of;\W»rklng with the wholo ciist in; privnt'e, 'fates' Miirjorlo Hosei_ look oVor flit! character' of l'hoebo Meryll at lust night's produc tion of the oporo .'Tlio Yeoman of Llio Oiwirfl,"- and ciirrlod .It throuijti with marked, success. 'i'lie ehaiigd was rendorcd ncoeiwnry by the retlromenrnf Mrs.' Loo illuiit. who;1 has been suffering with luir throat, for n oonsldonn.'blo time, from tlio ,pnrt ot Elsie Mjiynard,. Her part wha'talcn by Miss Olga Amanda, who tormprly played Vhoobe, and Miss fliose'took iior.place, ' . From Miss Amanda, one would ox puct nolhliif I.'(lit faultless acting a:id excellent singing, In whatever port slio was ens.1., and this proved (o be the onto last nlt-lit. Sho also took It oyer an a couple of hours' notice, and gt...
PICNIc TO TALLONG. ST. ANDREW'S EXPEDITON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 19 October 1920
PICNIG TO TALLONG. ST, ANIMUWS j;XI'i:i)ITION. A (iiicko'1 'train of chJUliOi! ItTt Qmilhurn for TuIIIMIK . yestordny ir.f>ri)lng.' T|>cy wore 6ho.St;; Andrew'^ jSundn)? attli/ioli'ohlldi'en'ion tholr tub nnatj'plcnicpi 'iituloiv/Alr.: 'Myites,' «u|ft orlntandont. Tho Itov. Tullach and many Sundny sclicrol teahcifi also wont. On tholr return last nli;lit, tlicy ro ptirtc.l u i:lorlouflly liapiiy day, In hcniitIftil cuiishlno, durlns which tho usual P'istlme* wcro Indulged In. The chlldron weru tired, but very happy.
HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES MARKET STILL FALLING SHEEP AND CATTLE CHEAPER. HOMEBUSH YARDS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 19 October 1920
HOMEBUSH STOCK SALES MAItKKT .STU.r, FALLING SHI3I3P AND CATTLE) . CHI5APHRi HOMHI3U8H YARDS, Monday; Hlxloon; .tlioiiaaiid; eliuop arrlvod at KIoiuIhkIoii to-ilny. A lurgo proVoi' tlon woro orossbrods, but lliu quality was fe'tiiioriilly satlafuclory, u ovnslti-; ornblo number bolus shorn. Tho market was Irroictiliir for modlum doHoi'lptloiiH, mid showed a rurthor full on, loot wook'a ratus. flood tradu .sorts luid steady Inquiry, and valucn ? woro 'imalturod. I.nmbx brought (id por lb., wethers 5V-j'IJ and owes ?!d, In tlilirJnlUo.auetlon 2810 arrived. Tlioy w.oro j5ppd,;.u.uil].UJU but llio mar liot was idulj, and valuos generally lowo'r for all grados. On soino salon' hoavy bullocks tfhowud a further dro'f i)'f 10/ to 2fi/, Host finality llKhtboef Hold to 56/, and prime hoavy to Hii por lOOIba. '
SECOND DAY. VICTORY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 19 October 1920
SECOND DAY. VICTORY HANDICAP.! Cumdon , Jack, Aorlol Post, St. Pierre," Soutiiorn Lady, ' Bristol Boy, Von^i.^J^odoemer,.,. J»$c( Doubl? * -1-I, Strength, boit/Mii itfllmKof *'Bur-' iosquti, Ohleltor, Aurillo, Lord Leices ter!. blXT. ' . ENCOUItAGB^'STAK138 Dara Clen, Fall' Light, Fuat Event; , Loekfora,, Souliioni Lndy, Uriutoi jltoy, Ortalr, Larals, Footo Cup.liliuicli-, iinu. Su'.l On, Mi3*Uoolc, -Nettt, Tua, Lonely Muld, Moinun, Aeln, Cocuu King, Punch, Churtft Money,, Beau mange, Kooninu, Coliomont, 'Pi^is. IIOJIB , HANDICAP. St. Herri), Ja:m Scott, ltodeomor Jack, Doublo Strength,. MtiUravprtj,. Irish j'olli' Turlun Puutlior,' Srtll' On; fllnrgalo, "Chlclcer, Torn, AVIIgowi'io. MAIDEN HANDICAP. Altliti, Diuiblo, Dora Glon, Enrla tonotto, Fairy Light, Faut Evont, Wind Slilold, Wlclcnluiino, Footo Cup, Miildon, Sull On, Hundrolnyr, Wind ; Lurk, Kuralnin, Aoln, Brilliant ltny, | Punch, Church Money, Collotnont, Jonn Jlnlt, COMMITTEE HANDICAP^ . Ciundun Jack, Aerial l'oat, ' Vuin*...
AFRICAN UNEMPLOYMENT. GOVERNMENT ACTION DEMANDED CAPETOWN, October 18. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 19 October 1920
' AFRICAN,UNEMPLOYMENT.. (lOYIlItNMKNT ACTION I»UJIA>ilJiUI> CAI'BTOWN, Outoltor 18. A JohnnnoHliurff tolonriim Hiiyn' Tlio unemployment (iuohIIou Js lio oomln# aoillo, A bl« opun-iih' dumon Btrntlon took, plnoo ye»ton/uy, nt I which n .resolution wna oitrrlod "Hint i tlio Govornmont ho eompollod to. adopt - moiuuron to ilml omploymont linmodl > iitely,'! AnotliiJr rosolntloii protostod ajrftliwt f tha capitalistic nyotom, cnllilig on tlio f ^ypi'l&lt;orH , to organlRo, with it.ho1 object \ '(if nfclns;i>t ,fin1iiHtry&lt; unci'imb«! ? HtltutliiB production for lino, not pro duction tor urohtvi I [ i
OBITUARY. MR. JAMES BARNES. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Morning Herald — 19 October 1920
03ITUARY. Jilt. .TAJIKS 1JAHM5S,-' | An old city Idenltty in tho person of Mr. James Miitnott, siicauinljed yos; terdny to tho rnvngas or yonrs, n week nwuy from wooing tlio Centenary of I tho city iu which ho Imtl lived for 02 yours. Mi'. Barnes illcil at his resi dence la Addlson-ati'-eet, a", tho ago of SI! year?!, ivt 3.15 p. 111. yostcrdny, fiu.'irt disease and old a&lt;ra liel.nc. the. .,oalisp. He hud been nhod for, sojjoi.ty ;f5rt ':6r twelve;: weeks. IIgtfiwvttsV' a'i groWn-up family of thrwvlmightors mid 11 vo Hoihi, unil 32 grund-elilldren nnd M grout grand children. > Tlio dittiKhtoHH are Mrs. 11. 10. Brown, of Jburji. Miss N Diirncs, of Gmil biirii mid Mi's. Fargen, of Junoe. Tlio sons nro Mossi'B, J. lJarnos, Goul biiiln, J., T. and D. names, of Syd ,nay, nnd P. linrnos, of Queensland.