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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
SPORTING. THE TURF. Canterbury Pahk Races camc off on Saturday hist. Beautiful weather prevailed, and a good attendance. Results :— . - Hurdle Race, 2 miles: Linden 1, Bob Up 3, Ireland's Eye 3. Won by 6 lengths. 3.50}. Flying Handicap, 6 furlongs: Cana dian 1, Miss Minerva 2, Chippy Nor ton 3. Great race to the post! Won by a neck. 1.16. Park Stakes, 6 furlongs : La Mute 1, Hazel Girl 2, Glenthorne 3. Good race. Neck win. 1.18. Stewards' Mile : Jeanette i, Negrito 2, Glenore 3. Won iii ;i canter by 4 lengths. 1.44 J. Canterbury Handicap, i;]- mile : Lady Darling 1, Speechless 2, Pretence 3. Won by a head. Pretence a close third. 2.15. Shorts' Handicap, 6 furlongs: Cana dian 1, Greenwell 2, Thrift 3. Three necks. 1.17. V.A.T.C. Races.—Grand National Meeting took place on Saturday last. There was a large attendance. Re sults :— Norwood Trial Stakes, 6 furlongs: Solitary 1, Faith 2, Mairp 3. Won by a length and a half. 1.19}. Moondah Plate, 5A furlongs: May i, Santoi 2, Andorra 3. Won...
PUGNACIOUS POLITICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
PUGNACIOUS POLITICIANS. The presence of so many new mem bers in the Legislative Assembly is proving an irresistible temptation to some of the older representatives to indulge in baiting some of the adoles cent politicians. But that one of these young members is determined not to meekly put up with this treatment was evidenced at Parliament House 011 Thursday morning during the cen sure debate. The bludgeon style of criticism and abuse adopted by an old member was keenly resented by a new labor representative, who hinted in the Chamber that he would deal with his censor outside. True to his word, he forced an encounter with his opponent on meettng liim later in the refresh ment-room. "You're a coward," he called out, and rushed to the fray, planting his list gently on the other's jaw, and to complete the invitation, he added, " and 1 am here to give you satisfaction." But lie of the scathiug tongue, although. known to be some what proud of his fistic power, was stricken dumb and para...
Mr. G. S. Briner, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
G. S. Briner, M.L.A. Mr. Urincr, the new member for Kaleigli, visited Goulburn 011 Saturday and called on a number of old acquaintances. He Is suffer Ing from a severe cold, and informs us that a number of members are similarly afllicted. Mr. Driller related sonic interesting expe riences of Ills candidature, and the country he had to travel through during the election. The electorate includes the celebrated Trial Bay prison, and is about 200 miles long and 50 broad. The climate is sub-tropical, and Is exceedingly fertile, and includes much magnificent timber country, giant specimens of cedar and pine being common, as well as a great variety of oilier kinds. Oraiiges and lemons grow splendidly also. Mr. Urintr returned to Sydney by this morning's express. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
PRESENTATION. A nl'mbeh of friends of Mr* Will. Hayes, an old and popular member of the Wallaroo Football Club, made him a present of a smokers' companion prior to his departure for Adelong. The presentation consisted of a handsome silver-mounted pipe, silver match box, and tobacco pouch. The match box had Mr. Hayes' initials neatly engraved. The recipient was much affected by the kind ness shown him. Mr. Hayes was a member of the League of Wheelmen and a real good sport. We wish him every success in his new home.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
DIRECTORY. THE SIMPSON CO., Oil, Color, and.Lead Merchants, 269 Auburn-street. SAM BAILEY, Verner-street, Stove and Oven Maker and General Agricultural Black j smith. T. J.'* BUCK, House, Land, and' Commission \ Agent, Sloanc-street, Goulhurn. Kents and Debts Collected. LAKE'S LIVERY STABLES, Clifford-st. Goulhurn. Vehicles of every description always mi hire. WVR, McLEAN, 178 Auburn-street, Goul burn, Huise Shoer and General Black* smith, Agricultural and Farm Implement Maker. , Repairs promptly executed Horse-shoeing a speciality. AYLIXG & PRYKE, Stock, Station, House Land, and General Commission Agents Herald Chambers (opposite Post & Tele graph Office), Auburn street, Goulburn. J. TURNER, Goulburn Marble Works, Ver . ner-street. Lowest Prices. Designs posted free on apylication. BEKGMARK, O. (First Honors in .Examina tion N.S.W.), Chemist and Druggist, Auburn-street, Goulburn. E., L. MAT HEW, Chemist and Dentist, Auburn-street, Golbitrn, opposite oflicc of this p...
POLICE RAID ON PREMISES. 135 Arrests Made. Nearly 100 Police Engaged. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
OLICE RAID ON PREMISES. 135 Arrests Made. Nearly 100 Police Engaged. fSruERE was considerable exeitemcnt In Sydney on Friday night when it '^became known that a large body of Mijolice had ' made ■ raids ^ on certain Wmrcmises situated in Pitt-street, in Mvhich betting is alleged to have been Wcarried on, and arrested no fewer than J35 i ersons. T i premises in question had been Ai d police surveillance for some ('-lt ne past. Preparations for the raid Ju£ Set on foot, and members of the rf0 ce were told off to watch the place j d 3 report upon a favorable time at \ l cti the arrangements could be car varied into effect. :4 After waiting for-some days it was "i decided to make a raid simultaneously i on the premises ..at 8 o'clock. For 'some days the authorities had been 1 armed with a special, warrant for anti cipated arrests, and every care was taken lest a hitch should arise. In spector Potter and Sub-inspector Sherwood had charge of the arrange ments, but the chief work was in th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
" 6LAREMQNT," Bourk6-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 Kcfincd Home. r.Excellent CUisine. Terms Moderate. ' Good Stabling and Coach House. ' : "vrf*'-?".".' J"'* ***!>, ,«m£ v ;, "mr. rr dwter, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, ■ Commjssio.ver -fob Affidavits," MONTAGUE * STREET (over Sands' Sale Yards), GODLBilRN. VISITS GUNNING FIRST FHIDAV . OK EVERY MONTH. Agent (or Imperial Fire Insurance Co. Limited.
Gunning News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
Gunning News. (From our Correspondent.) A. J. Muiiray's Memorial.—A public mooting was held on Friday at the Commercial Stores, to receive collootion lists and decido how the money for above fund would be expended. Mr. % \V. Thorne was voted to tho chair, and after the secretaries' (Messrs. A. G. Grosvenor and E. H. Turner) report was read, it was decidod to have all lists closed by the 23th, and that tho funds then in hand bo devoted to erecting a monument in the Gunning Parle suitably inscribed in honor of our late soldier. On the motion of lit. John son it was decided to appoint Messrs. Thorne, Morgan, Grosvenor, and Tur ner as a committee to draft a suitable inscription for the monument; and, owing to the liberality of Mr. H. B. Johnson, of Frankfield, and Mr. T. Oommins, of Yass, who donated £1 1/ and £3 3/- respectively, a total of &! 5 was announced as collected, and, together with further promises, it is expeoted the " Murray Memorial" will be something worthy of our...
TOWRANG. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
TOWRANQ. (Fiiom Our Cohbebpondent.) The crusade against hares and rabbils •sf has commenced here. By invitation fell last Saturday no less than 62 shooters $ 8 and drivers assembled on the Lockyers £eigh Estate for a day's drive. Ths I sport was carried out with vigor till mid-day when all sat down to a bounteous spread supplied by Mr. W. T. Rankin, J.P. A start was afterwards made and at the close it was found that during the day some 200 of the pest had bit the dust. The road from here to Goulburn has for some time been in a bad state of repair, but now it is being attended to by Mr. J. Smith who will make a first rate job of it. The wool scouring works here have been closed for this two months or so, owing, I am told, to the scarcity of wool. The weather has been very cold. Old* hands say they do not remember ever having such a dry. winter. Only about 11 points of rain were registered for the half-year. August 1st.
LAYING LINOLEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
Laying Linoleum. Wlrim laying linoleum, do not nail it bit l;y bit, as you go, aa with carpets. Flail out the linoleum to cover the room, and lay it evenly na it id to bo nailed, putting a tack hore and there* where neoeBBary, to keep it in plaee. It muab bo remembered that there can be no overlapping in oilolotb, but all super fluous material must be out off with a very sharp knife, and the edges laid flat together. After tho oiloloth is fitted, as it will have to go eventually, nail with as few taoka as possible, after tho edges hare been trimmed off neatly. In laying grass matting, small staples are preferable to naifo, for they do not tear out or fret the matting, as do tacks* When once linoleum is laid, it ahonld be cleaned with beeswax and turpentine, or a little Earaffin, and it will last for years, iooleum whioh Is washed with water ia very boor rotted and spoiled, not to men* tion the boards under it being literally destroyed.
GOULBURN LITERARY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
GOULBURN LITERARY CLUB. Mk. W. Carey-Taylok presided at Hie club meeting on Saturday evening, (lie subject being a debate on International Disarmament. Mr. Patcrson affirmed this to be desirable and capable of achievement, and received good support. This was ineffectually opposed by Mr. Costcllo and others, and the question decided in the affirmative byn votes to 4, Next Saturday Mr. Taylor will introduue the subject of "Tennyson."
THE CENSURE DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
THE CENSURE DEBATE. Following was the division list FOR THE AMENDMENT—28. Messrs, Coleman, Afllcck, Haynes, Lec, D. Storey, Mahony, Moxham, McKenzie, Lons dale, Ashton, McCoy, Gilbert, Fleming, Millnrd, Davidson, Levy, Oakcs, Nobbs, Latimer, Dick, Hogue, Morton, Cohen, Phillips Fallick, Jessep, Moore, J. Fitzpatrick. AGAINST THE AMENDMENT—66. " Messrs. D. O'Connor, O'Sullivan, Dr. Ross, Messrs. See, Bennett, Fegan, Broughton, Holman, D. Hall, Chapman, B. Hall, George, Waddell, Davis, Alex. Campbell, Archer, Nelson, Barnes, Rose, Anderson, Briner, Farnell, Ar. Campbell, Perry, T. R. Smith, Power, Sleuth, Daley, McMahon, Nicholson, Quinn, H. Clarke, Clara, Scobic, Burgess, McDonald, McFarlane, Quirk, Crick, Mac Donell, Dacey, Donaldson, Sullivan, Mollis, Dight, Nielsen, Law, Collins, Wright, Richards, Estell, Cann, J. Storey, Walsh, j. F. Smith, W. Hurley, McGowen, Williams, Eddcn, Young, Kidd, Gormly, Carroll, Miller, A. Griffith, Willis, PAIRS. For the amendment: Messrs. Hawthorne, ...
Finances of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
Finances of New South Wales. A hetckx prepared by the treasury respecting the account current of revenue receipts and expenditure for the year .ended June 30, 1901, shows that the year began with a credit balance from the 1899-1900 account of ,£"43,016. The revenue proper for the year 1900-1901 to June 30 last was £10.794,233, but credit is also taken lor advances repaid of £1798 and for advances to be repaid of .£31,083. Tlio expenditure) for tho 12 months to Juno 80 last was £10,957,518, allow ing a debit balance on the year of £87,886. Tho ordinary oxpcndituro is set down at £10,018,400, and tlio extraordinary oxpouditure at £189,052, making a total of £10,057,Slfl. The extraordinary expenditure is mado up is follows :—Military contingents to South Africa, £180,702; naval con tingents to China, £85,756; oxponsos bubonic plague, £92,064; Fedoral colebrations, £118,732; Royal recep tion, £7790; total, £480,052. In a memorandum on the subject, the accountant, Mr. J. Vernon, writes: ...
GIRLS WHO NEVER HAVE LOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
01ULS WHO NEVER HAVE LOVERS. Who aro tho womon who go sweet* hearties* through life? Aro they the plain, the foolish, tho dowdy, tho in aigniticant? By no moans, It is only neccssary to glance around tho circle of engaged and married women to disprove this, for is it not patent to every one tlmt these ladies aro largoly recruited from the ranks of the uti* intelligent, tho incapable, the silly, and the houiuly featured ? And is it not equally clear tlmt some of tho best-looking, refined, elevur, and managing women are neglected and over looked by men V Why is this? Well, there are several reasons to account for it, one being a want of a certain "soraothing " in them, which M something" is nono the less powerful in attracting men because it is difUcult to define. For instance, I know a very good* looking woman who openly acknowledges sho never had a lover, and who, upon being asked " why ?" replied : " I really don't know, only somehow men never did oare for me 1" Again, there are ot...
AN INCIDENT IN A GERMAN LOTTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
AN INCIDENT IN A GERMAN LOTTERY. The Germans are fond of gambling, espoQinlly the labouring classesandclerks. Consequently, the great money lottory of the city ot Wtsel, 011 the Rhine, wae i eagerly taken up in all parts of Germany. At the end of December the winning numbers were drawn from an urn in the Town Hall of Wesel, in the prrBcnco of the authorities, ui:d wero officially pub lish?d. It waB Christmas time, and the prize-winners were in great jubilatioh. One youttf! man, who had won the great prize of £7,500, at once threw up his employment, and launched into oxtrara* gant expenditure. But, alas 1 the fol> lowing day the Wesel authorities d:s> covered tiiut nearly the fifth of the numbers had been forgotten in a drawer, and had consequently uot been placed in tho urn. An attempt was made to keep the matter secret, but a young secretary, who held several bond*, published tho irregularity of the proceedings, and the result of the draw was annulled by the Minister of Finan...
PECULIAR DEATH OF A GIRL [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
PECULIAR DEATH OF A GIRL v A sensational development lias taken place in connection with the dentil on Friday of a-'young woman named Elizabeth O'Reilly, aged 25, at her parents' residence at Invermay, near Ballarat. According to the story told by deceased's father, who is 75 years of* age, he got - up .early on 'Friday morning, and after partaking of break fast as prepared by his daughter, set out for Ballarat, in order to obtain his old age pension. . Deceased was then complaining of " fluttering" about the heart. On his return at JJ a.m. he wis .tgld that his daughter was clca->. 1 Mrs. O'Reilly, who is a cripple, states that after her husband left home deceased brought a cup of tea into her room, and went out again. Later, when; Mrs. O'Reilly called her, she received no response, and fearing that something was wrong, crawled out into the kitchen, where she found the girl lying dead on the sofa, clad only in her nightdress and a skirt. The remarkable fact, however, is that whe...
SMILES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
SMILES. Young Woman (timidly, to shopman); "I would liko to look at some false hair, please/' Shopman (experionccd); " Certainly, Miss. What colour does your friend want V" This is a true but old story of a publio sohool. A little boy lmd been sunt by his toaoher to tho head master to be caticd. But instead of asking for the cane, u Please, air," he said to the head master, 44 could you (ell teacher the I time ?" Tho head master told him, and i thn artful youngster returned to the schoolroom weeping bitterly, aa though he had had his " gruel," 1 O'Brien: "Poor Dorothy! He's so I shortsighted he's bound to work himself I to death." O'Grady: •• Phwat has beiu' short* sighted to do wid it V" O'Brion : u Whoy, ho oau't seo when i tho boss ain't looking, an' has to keep j shovollui' away all tho toimo 1" Young Lawyer (on his firat ease) : u I would givo almost anything to win this case—but—1 don't seo how loan possibly clear you." Prisoner (modestly suggestive): " I don't s'pose yer'd li...
Werriwa Times. MONDAY, AUG. 5, 1901. THE CENSURE FIZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
Werriwa Times. MONDAY, AUG. 5, 1901. THE CENSURE FIZZLE. Is the long list of Parliaments that have met in Macqimrie-street since the first was inaugurated, there lias not been one perhaps in which a struggle for office did not take place, under color of a motion of censure or want of confidence. But it may be safely said that in no case of the kind was the motion made on less tenable grounds, or under more hopeless cir cumstances, than it was in the present instance. From the first day that the House met, it was seen that there was absolutely no chance of the amend mfint being carried ; and liad Mr. Lee Ijeen a better tactician than he has shown himself to be, lie would never have risked such a crushing defeat as he lias now met with. It was pal pably plain to the merest spectator of the game that he had 110 cards in his hands worth playing, while all the i trumps were in those of his adversaries. Blinded by party spirit, and misled by the advice of the freetrade organs which had fe...