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POST OFFICE ADMINISTRATION. Mr. Affleck's Motion. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

POST OFFICE ADMINISTRATION. ] Mr. Affleck's Motion. In the Assembly yesterday Mr. AfHcokl | moved,—(1) "That a Select • oramittco bo ap pointed to iuquiro into and roport upmi tboi subject of alleged irregular and Improper | doliyor.v of lottcrs and tolograraa relating to the ' Coningham dirorco -cato, which hud paseed through tho post aud tolcgraph offices, and of tho bubeeqtient di«ponnl of such letters and telegrams.* (2) That suoh cowulttao con'a's of Mr. Kidd, Mr, O'Conor, Mr. Norton, Mr. Thomas Fit/pntriok, Mr. Hogno, Mr. Carrol!, Mr. John Hurley, Mr. Lonsdale, aud the mover." IIo said that it had been uurrool rumour that letter** in connection with tho case hud been Intercepted. Tho Minister for Lands: It fa not true. Qivo mo tho iinrno of tho man, and I will put him on trial in u week. Mr. D. O'Connor: You know rumor is always a liar. Mr. Ferguson: Mr. Crick was in charge of the post-oltice at the lima. Mr. Crick : 1 know it. antl let anyone say it publicly, and I'll put him...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

The Bight Hov. Dr. Chalmers, BMion of Goulbum, arrived lit Moruya oh Friday evening, Ho wrh met otit^ido tho towu by o number of chiireli people. Lntprin thoovomng he win* welcomed at u tea-meeting und concert Jn tin nddresx tho I !»hop urged tho elaims of tho Century Commumorutioa Fund and of tho k'e\v Mtasion, and cxprctuod pleasure «t finding church work in Moruyn in a profiler ms condition. Ou Sundov inoruiqg Uic rito J 'uuflrmaiion wat admiuMcrcd to 26 cuudi latcf,

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PITHY PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

PITHY PARS. CoM). China wary, Military football. Bushranger* again, N.SAV, owns 40,020,Stfysheep. Auto-cars auto be comfortable* carriers. Goulburn Sparrow Shooting Club growing, Xot all (he ladies arc in favur of woman hood suffrage. If you wish to succeed, advertise; if you wish*to sell seed, advertise. The present cold snap is having a serious effect on stock. £14 15s per head was paid for bullodu at •Hoinebush recently. The wool clip of X.SAV. is estimated at 234,257.81 libs. The new Hag of the commonwealth has been finally selected. Of the £^o^7,2(j$ of revenue raised by Victoria £(,C5> to the Federal Treasury." Victoria's Income tax increased from £140,000 in itfys to £220,000 in 1900. The Chief Inspector of Stock says that no effort is being made to prevent the tick plague entering X.S.W. Grahbcn Gullen admirers of Mr. H. J. Grogan will tender himabanquet to-morrow. H. J. is evidently the man of the future. At Jutiee Debating Club next week, Mr. Menlove will argue in favou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

PROSPECTUS OF The lerriwa Times Newspaper Coropry, Lid (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) Capita], ^1500, divided into 300 Shares of .£5 cacli, of which 200 are now offered to the public for subscription, payable £2 10s 011 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 Wcrriwa 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 credit of the Company, less any expenses incidental to its formation. The Company shall be deemed to be formed when 150 Shares have been subscribed. ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

DIRECTORY. THE SIMPSON' CO., Oil, Color, mid Lead Merchants, 269 Auburn-street. ; vSAM BAILEY.Vcrner-slreet, Stove and Oven Maker and General Agricultural Black smith. T. J. BUCK, House, Lund, and Commission Agent, Sloane-street, Goulburn. Rcnb and Debts Collected. LAKE'S LIVERY STABLES, Clifford-st. Goulburn. Vehicles of every description always on hire. W. R, McLEAX, 17S Auburn-street, Goul burn, lloise Sluier and General Black smith, Agricultural and Farm Implement Maker. Repairs promptly executed Horse-shoeing a speciality, - A YUNG & PRYKK, Slock, Station, House Laud, and'General Commission Aleuts Herald Clumber* (opposite Post vH: Tele graph Oflice), Auburn street, Goulburn. J. TURXER, Goulburn .Marble Works, Ver ner-street. Lowest Prices. Designs posted free on apylicalion. BERGMARK, O. (Kirst Honors in Examina tion X.S.W.}, Chemist and Druggist, Auburn-street, Goulburn, E. L. MATHKW, Chembt and Dentist. Auburn-street, Golburn, opposite olt'iee 01 this paper. D. HAMIL...

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A NATIONAL BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

A NATIONAL BANK. Is the Assembly yesterday Mr. Hose proposed a motion affirming that in the opinion of the house the nucleus of a National Hank .should be provided by amalgamating the New South Wales and the Government Savings Hanks. Mr. Kose urged that a National Hank would be the best medium for giving confidence to the public, and through which to transact the banking business of the government. Mr. A. Griffith supported the principle of the motion, but with the view of making it more effective moved the substitution of the words 44 by the extension of the operations of the Savings Hank of New South Wales " for the tvords !! by amalgamating the New South Wales and Government Saviegs Hanks;" Mr. Willis also supported the motion, and a long discussion followed. The view taken by Mr. Carruthers was that it would be most desirable to establish a state bank, not for the purpose of discounting bills or carrying on banking, business of"that character, hut for the purpose of issuing mone...

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GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

Gouluunk Pricks Current, (It must be understood that these priccs are those offered by the local merchants to the producers, and not those quoted by the merchants to buyers.) Flour, £6 jos to £7 per ton Wheat, 2s to 2s 3d per bushel Hran, 8?d to yfd per bushel Pollard, 8|d to Qjd per bushel Oats, 2s Maize, 2s 8d to 2s yd per bushel Hay, rack, £2 5s to £2 10s; dialling, £115s to £2 per ton Straw, 25s to 30s per ton liarley, is yd to 2s per bushel Potatoes, £4 1 o.s to j£> per ton Onions, 15s per cwt Chaff, £2 1 os to £3 per ton ttacoti (district), 4a to (3d per lb Hams, 5O to 6d per lb Mutter, dairy-made, lod per lb; factory-made ordinary,jiscreamery, is Lard, 6d to ?d; none offering lSjjtfs, 6d to yd per do/en Hides, 3}d to 3 jd per lb Sheepskins, merinos, from 4d to->d per lb, and crossbrcds, 2jd to 3jd Tallow, /17 to ,£iH per ton in shipping common ; broken packages, ^15 to £16 Wattle bark ^4, hickory £1 ics per ton Cheese (district), 4d to 4jd per lb I Inney, 2jd to 3d per ...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. 8 33) 7 . , 9 4<> 7 44 6 u\ 5 37110 .|i> 8 2S [ 0 io; 5 58; 11 54, 9 I? 6 Si 5 39' a.m.! 10 ft 675 ^o'ls 50; 11 1 6 6l 5 1 531 p.m.

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INQUEST ON THE LATE MR. W. ANDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

INQUEST ON THE LATE MR. W. ANDERSON. At the Rose and Crown Hotel, Clifford-street this morning, Mr. O'Brien, coroner, resinned the inquest touching the death of the late Mr. W. Anderson, of Uourke-street, painter, who died on 26th instant from paralysis superven ing on injuries received from a fall lie had on the previous Friday afternoon while working at Messrs Rogers and Co.'s new premises, corner of Auburn and Montague-streets. The inqucstwas eonnncnced on 27th August, but was adjourned till this morning for the evidence of T. Uullman, the other painter who fell at the same time as Anderson, am* was unable to be present. It was discovered this morning that Buihnan was stilt unable to leave his bed, and after takingtheevidence of the witnesses present, Mr. O'Hrien ad journed the inquest to Hullman's house in Ellcsmcrc-strcet, where his evidence war. taken. John Oliver, cabinet-maker, deposed that about Jive p.m. 0:1 Friday, 23rd August, he was working on the same landing as de cea...

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SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

SYDNEY I'KODCCli MAHKliTS. The following quotation* on wharf and ex rail refer only lo the wholesale trade, and arc subject to concessions for shipper* puree!* Wheat.-—Milling 2s t)\d to 2s io}d, prime 2s ltd: chick-wheat, prime3s lod to 2s lo^dt per bushel. Bran.—Quoted »t Sid toSfd per bushel. Pollard.—Quoted at tSJd to Hjd per bushel Oats,—Prime New Zealand feed, B grade, :> 6d; other qualities from 2s 3d; milling oats, 2s 7<l. Local, prime feed 2s id. Maize.—-Prime grain, 2s 7d per bushel. Chaff. — Local, prime £\ 7s Gdto £4 J2s0d, medium £3 17s od to £4 5s, inferior from £5 5» Adelaide 1 Prime ,£4 125 Od to £4 15s per ton. Straw.—Derrick J Local, prime quality £2, Tasmanian £2 to £2 2s Cd per ton. Potatoes. — Tasmanian Circular Heads, prime £7 : dark skins from £6 10s ; New Zealand Derwents, prime £0 to £6 5s per tutu Butter.—Kinest creamery, ts ; factory, tid to is *, dairy, iod ; pastry 8.U1 to od per lb. Cheese. — Local: Loaf, 5jd ; second qualities, from 4?d t...

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Werriwa Times. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4, 1901. FACTS FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

Werriwa Times. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4, igoi. FACTS FOR FARMERS. cm.vix freetrade journals have been considerably exercised over 11*1 Custom's returns recently furnished to the Federal Government, relating to importations of agriculture produce during the past year. Some of the ■ items are of considerable interest to Growers in this State, showing as they do the enormous extent to which then industry is affectcd by foreign com petition. Maize, for instance, which can be grown here as well asinany part of the world, was imported to he extent of 437,358 bushels, nearly he whole of which came into New South Wales—our share of it being 417,25& bushels. And strange to say, most of it came lroin the United States, which I exported r. 16,000,000 worth of the article during the same year. A similar talc is told with respect to hay straw, and chaff, of which we took iy>6 cwt. ; and even potatoes weie brought in to the extent of 230,571 cwt The total value of importations in 'the six St...

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FATAL GARROTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

FATAL fiARROTlNG CASE. TiJK adjourned inquest on Ihc body of Henry Mills, of Shepherd-street, Sydney, whose Lleath took placc at the Sydney Hospital on \ugusl 26, has concluded. Deceased was trotted at the rear gate of his residence on ;hc 17th by two or three men, and was robbed jf a bottle of beer. The jury returned a t'crdicl of wilful murder against some person >r persons unknown. Mr. Robinson Berry died at Burrowa on Sunday after a brief illness, from pneumonia. 1l- was about 50 years old. The Vans Tribune" reports the death of tfrs. Horace Uavcs . of Jeir. Deceased had >ecn a sufferer for a long time. The funeral vblch look placc on Saturday w»u targe and epresumativc,

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OLD AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

OLD AGE PENSIONS. The following applications for old ago "pen sions were dealt with by the Board on Monday:— ' Charles KanUin, Binda, labourer, widower, »5. Esther Ann Speer, Bangalore, widow, 72. Kebecca Banks liartlctt. Wild's Meadow, near ttobertson, widow, tfo, Henrietta Withers, Giirriuiduh, widow, 66. Bridget O'Connor, Nannaby, single, 66. James Chatker, widower, Lower Mitta *4. . Sarah Gordon, u'k!aw, Sloanc-strcct, Go«l« burn, OS. Isabella Crillv, Binda, married, OS. Jatucs Whatman, Big Hill, labourer, 78. Catherine Thompson, post office, Carrick, widow, 69. Thomas Anderson, Kobertsoni, farm labo rer, 65. Michael O'Donohoe, Greenwich Furk, for merly farm labourer, 65. William Tinson, Goulbum, formerly Parra mattn, gardener, widower, 72. Elizabeth McGrath. Burtawang, widow, 84. Catherine Webster, Binda. widow, 84. Mary Regina Bender, Jellore near Berriuia, widow, 79. John Higgins, Moss Vale, laborer, single, 61, leg amputated, unable to work. Helen O'Connor, Bannaby, widow, 7...

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GOULBURN LABOUR LEAGUE AND DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

GOULUUKN LABOUR LEAGUE AND DEBATING CLUB. Tin: league had a very successful meeting on Monday evening, about 30 members and visitors being present. Mr. 12. Long, pre sided. Two new members were introduced and the Premier, Mr. A. A. Hrowu, jjave notice of bis intention to move that meetings be held on Thursday evenings in future. The Minister for Works, Mr. H. I Tisdate, introduced his bill for granting Home Rule to Ireland. In a carefully delivered speech he advanced reasons for the bill and eon eluded with an earnest appeal to the house to sink minor differences and pass the measure, j Mr. Lemon, opposition leader, argued I strongly against the measure as being a dan gerous one and liable to cause disruption, and claimed that the teachings of history clearly showed his view to be correct. A large number of speakers followed and some excellent speeches were delivered, pro. and con. On a division being taken the govern ment secured a majority of s. Several oppo sitionists pointed out...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY. BEFORE the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

SMALL DEBTS COURT, Tuesday. I Before the Policc Magistrate. The list contained three eases and a gar nishee application; two of ttie cases were settled out of court, and the garnishee appli cation was postponed for a month. In the remaining ease Hugh Cnmp' cll sued Leslie Comer for £$ damages, detention of a horse. Mr. A. H. Hetts for tlie difendant, raised the defence that Corner was an infant, being only 18 years of age. He at o denied the detention. Plaintiff stated that defendant hired a hor.-e in July last and Uvpt it for some weeks. He brought it back on Monday, and plaintiff refused to take it a< it was crippled The I'olicc Magistrate granted a nonsuit on the plea of infancy, and told plaintiff he should take proceedings against defendant by his next of kin in the police court for detention of (he horse.

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THE CUCKOO GLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

THE eueK00 GLUB. (liliCllHDlil) IIY Till! I/YKB.) Tub usual weekly meeting of this club was held Inst night in the rdoms of the president, Mr. Cuckoo. It was deckled to conduct the night's meeting on .parliamentary lines,, that members might leatfn the methods of debate existent in our state parliament; for, as. Mr. Pimple remarked " there's 110 knowing when one of them might be called upon to sacrifice himself in the interests of his bleeding country —and £300 a year." - Mr. Cuckoo, as premier, was called upon to form a ministry, in three minutes he announced Messrs. Scab, Flap, and Toenail, is his colleagues, the opposition consisting of Messrs. Pimple (leader), Mews, and Snaptripe (a new member). "The premier said the ministry would stand.or fall upon any matter except the drink question ; his colleagues tlatly declined to fall on Hint. * Mr. Scab (Minister for Foreign Affairs)-: " Mr. Speaker." Mr. Pimple : "You're a liar I4' Mr. Scab : •• Do you dare to impugn my veracity ?" • ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

DO YOU READ THE NEHRUM HIES, — AND — Goiilburn District News ? Subscription, - ■ - 12s. per Annum. YOU WILL FIND IT Interesting and Dp*to=Datet in addition to being a Fikstclass Advertising Medium. Sport, Politics, Agriculture, Mining, Industry, Commerce, — ALL RECEIVE — Careful Attention in our Columns. Please Cut This Out, or Copy It, and enclose 3s., 6s., 9s., or 12s., covering your Term of Subscription :— The Proprietors, " Werriwa Times," Goulburn. Please send me the Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News, for a term of months. Signature. WHESN You Havo d Lot oi Moa Engago It Must Mean You Aro Doing Lots of Business. Z HAV THE HEN AMD THE BUSimtBS TOO. Aflor Suvcntcoa Years a! Conttant and Curotul Attention to Iiuainess nil MODERATE CHARGES, I liavo readied THE TOP, Anil am now THE LEADING PLUMBER of tho Soutliorn District. W- J. LEMON, VER.NER - STREET, GOULBURN. WINE. WE have just received a first coiiaijinniiiit of 5000 GALLONS of ALHURY WINE from the famous KALt.ON Vine y...

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Death at the Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

Death at the Gaol. Anoi'T 5.50 yesterdayiiidrnlnK/ohn Mulligan, a coutineu in Goulburn gaol, died from heart disease. IX'eeased was nineteen years of ajje, and was received' inlo Hie jjaol on 17th April last under a scntencc of nine months' iinpriionmeiit with hard labor, passed 011 him :!>at day at Goulburn Circuit Court ior Jiors ' stealing at Cnotamnmlra. On 23rd August ' lie consulted the medical officer of the gaol, ! and was admitted into the hospital on 27th I August, where he received every care and attention until his death. He was a native of lleirty, near Albury, and his mother, Mrs. Kcitl, lives at Cootamumtra. Later in the day an inquest was held at the gaol touching his death by Mr. O'Hrien, coroner, when the . above facts were deposed to by Chief-warder | Steele, Hirst-class Warder Kobert Lanibton | Baldwin, Senior-warder Jatnes Walter Mc Cann, and Dr. McKillop. The vcrdict was ! that deceased died from natural causes, disease of the heart. Mr. Chamberlain at 65 (s...

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The Late Yass Election. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

The Late Yas's Election. SoMii little time hack n movement was in itiated for the purpo.su of raising a fund to he devoted to the recouping of Mr. H. J. Grogan the expenses incurred by him during the late election. The secretaries recently wrote asking him to name a suitable night for the presentation, but Mr. Grognn replied that he felt called upon to decline. He wrote:— " When the movement was first initiated— entirely without inv seeking it—I was in hopes it would be the means of bringing the various discordant elements, engendered during the election, harmoniously together. Throughout the contest, after it was over, in my every day life and editorial pursuits in this place, I have always striven to maintain and promote friendly relationships, and I thought as the election turned out, I should j not statu! in the way of burying any little | soreness or misunderstandings that may have j arisen. And this view, rather than any finan- j cial consideration, influenced mc to consent to...

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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER X (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTER X (Continued). " Ask liiin i£ you think it worth wliilo," aaid Lavinia, carolosaly, though sho had bitton hor full red lip till tho blood was- roady. to start. " Aro not your sox proverbially changeablo ? Mr. Ardou may havo found motal~ more attractive in that direction." But evon as sho spoke her conscionco smote hor. Bolby had loved her with more ardour than discretion when his suit was rojoctod bocause ho was poor; but it was also with such manly, honest affection that sho know she had cast away a treasure; and when he became rich and she had wooed him to return, he breathed no word of reproach, as he might justly have done. Although two or three talkative old ladies were keep ing him from Lavinia, his smile, his look, whon thoir eyes met, were as frank, and as fond as of old. How, thon, could she doubt his constancy evon if appoarancos were against him?" At last ho contrived to escape his persecutors and follow her to the window by which sho had seated he...

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