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

''CLARE MONT," Bourke-st., GOULBURN," • • ^ " Opposite Church Hall, 2 Minutes' from P.O. and Government Offices, Affords exceptional opportunities to those seeking SUPERIOR BOARD AND RESIDENCE .Aud a Refined Home. ' Excellent Cuisine. Terms Moderate. Good Stabling and Coach House. mr. w. e. mm, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & - PROCTOR, Commissioner for Affidavits, MONTAGUE- STREET (over Sands' Sale Yards), 'GODLftJJRN. visits guxnTng FIRS'!' kkidaT 01" every .month. Agent for Imperial Fire Insurance Co. Limited. ~

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

A pretty western N.SAV. romance threatens to come out in daily editions in the law courts. Through "the death of father and mother she inherited.a tine station property, and much ready cash. She was engaged to the jo years younger son of a neighbouring pas toralist. A few days before the wed ding date she preferred someone else, whom she married with great prompti tude. Damages claimed are mentioned at ,£12,000. The couple are now on the European Continent, Had the marriage ceremony been arranged to take place in the country parish church the original lover might not have been left lamenting. It was the trip to Sydney and the cathedral arrange ments that upset sweet calculations. Moral: Get married nearest home. A N.SAV. Assembly reporter esti mates that if a reduction of the Assembly membership, to 100 is pro posed there will be 50 votes for it; the other 75 members will vote against it if they dare. Supposing a reduction to 80 members is proposed, there will be 20 or 25 votes for ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cable News. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

Cable News. . London, Monday. In a light which tookplace at Jankraal on August 28, live British soldiers were killed ancl 1.2. wounded. ; Out of 45 soldiers who were escort ing the train which Boers derailed ' hear WatervalJ 10 were killed and 17 wounded, the enemy firing at very close quarters. A column .is being organised to chase De Wet, with Brigadier-General Dart nell in command. Major W. Karri Davies will accompany it. A serious epidemic of measles has broken out in the South African con centration camps, but everything pos sible is being done for the sufferers, regardless-of expense. There were 1067 deaths in the con centration camps during July, 860 of the victims being children. The town of Jagersfontcin lias been, looted by Boer women, who conveyed everything of value to their homes. During the half-year ended June 30, goods to the value of £1,000,000 were imported into the Transvaal. It is likely that America will be the chief sufferer commercially by the Russianisation o...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Poverty in Austria. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

Poverty in Austria. A Vien'xa correspondent states tliilt the " Arbeiter Zeitung" lias scoured copies of tlic report of an inquiry into (lie conditions of the button-making industry in Moravia, and has published ,i series of interesting extracts from the official documents. It appears that children are generally employed in the manufacture of buttons as soon as they are live years of age. Some children are taught to do the work when they are four years old, and it often happens that well-developed infants are em ployed even before they have reached their fourth birthday. The work they do consists exclusively of sewing, and as there are seventy small stitches quite close to one another on every small button, it is evident that the children's eyes must be seriously injured by the occupation, which is nearly always carried on in badly-lighted rooms. The children are not only employed at every hour of the day when they are not at school, but are* often compelled to sit up late into the ...

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

Mr. P. J. Woudliouse, lcdjjcr-kccpvr in the Lioulbuni branch of the Commercial Ban):, lias been promoted to be accountant at Mtinuuiburral). Mr. K. L, Thotno, from icad otjkc. >uccccds Mr. WootliKniiv in Boulburn. i

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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DARING HIGHWAY ROBBERY. Mail Coach Stuck Up. Between Wilcannia and White Cliffs. WHITE CLIFFS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

DARING HIGHWAY ROBBERY. Mail Coacli Stuck Up. Between Wilcannia and White Cliffs. By a Masked Armed Matt. WHITE (JLIFI'3, Monday. The "Wilcannia eolith was Btuck ujji by an arwod robbor last night. iue coach left lioro at 10.80 p.m. with three paesengors andsoveral thousand poiiuitt worth of opal unci other valuables. AVliou tbo coucli readied Tiivolla gnti>. five inilos out, it pulled »!', '">d u passenger naiuod G. Kuntcr, a photo grapbor, got down to opou tho giilo. He was mot by a man standing behind the gato post, who firod a revolver point blank at Kanter, tlio biiUot lodging lu ftU°SWman then called on the driver and passengers to alight, ranging tbem up in lino near (ho fence, saying: "I want the brass," at tho sarao time placing a icvolver at tho diivors head. Tho driver, Andy l'odrann, called out, " Don't shoot.1' The robber, who is described as strongly-built man, between 5ft. ioin. and 6ft. high, wearing a thick mask, then proceeded to ransack the coach, pultinn fr...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Lake Bathurst News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

Lake Bathurst News. (FlIUM OCR Colt 1<KSl'ON0£NT«) Di:atil.—Mis. Gollaway, senior, an old and highly esteemed resident of this district, died yesterday al th.e residence qf her sou, " Gil more," aged 66, She was always ready to help others and to nurse those in siekness. The funeral lookplaee lo-davaiul was largely attended. The deceased's husband was the public school teacher here for years, and died about four year ago. She leaves two sons, one of whom resides here, and the other is manager of a station in pueensl.uid. A memorial service is to be held next Sunday al St. Joint's Church. The Kev. Stanley Best officiated at the grave. Tim Ciiukch.—St. John's Church is being ( renovated. The inside w:|l|s arc being , coloured and also the vestry. 6uitablo texts , are to be placed on the walls and a ledum is | being carved by the ladies of the parish. , Wkatiikk.—Altogether we have had over . 5 inches of rain since the change set in. The , countrv looks beautifully green and...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY STOCK SALES. HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY STOCK SALES. Ho.MKBusir. Momliiv. 0560 slioop and lambs pennod, fair quulity generally, with a fow linos of ! primo heavy woights ; a larger altond | nnce than usual, and competition was I koon; values vroro very high, especially furtlie bottor sorts, but aliowod a mode rate declino on last day's extreme rates:—Quotations—Prime and heavy crosslirod wethers lGs to 22s 9<1, good 14s Gd to 15s Gd, medium 12s to 18s ; primo merino wothors 1 Cs Gd to 20s -id, good 13s Gd to 15s, medium lis Cd to 12s 6d, inferior 10s to lis; prime cross bred owes I -J a (Id to lf)s, good 12s Gd to 18s Gd, medium lis to 12s; prime merino owes 18s (id to lGs Gd, good lis Cd to 12s (id, medium 0s Gd to 10s Gd. Total sheep and lambs Eold ducing August, 155,761 head. Among the sales wero the following: -W. I'orby (Cootamundra), 317 crossbred wethers, Gs to 18s 8d ; J. AVorthington (Coota mundra), U2 morino wethers, lGs Id to lGs 8d; D. Leahy (Goulburn), 215 merino wothors, 10s to ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Action for Alleged Seduction. STRONG REMARKS BY HIS HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

Action for Alleged Seduction. STRONG REMARKS BY HIS HONOR. On* Monday the hearing of the action was continued before the Chief Justice and jury in the Banco Court, in which I'eter Everington, storekeeper, at Liverpool, sought to recover £1000 from a young man named Joseph SuheJI, of Moorbank, for the alleged seduction of his daughter, Winnie liveriugton. His Honor, in sum'ming up, said that the case was a peculiarly sad one, is the girl, who was just verging 011 womanhood, had been practically ruined for life. The law regarding reduction action was not one which rcllcctcd credit upon the Statute-book, but it was the only means by which a parent could get redress for a wrong .lone to his family. In order (o get lamagcs, a parent had to show that there had been some service rendered .0 him by the daughter. They were Inly bound, if they believed that the defendant was the seducer of this girl, by the amount mentioned in the declaration, and that was ^"looo. The plaintiff's case was tha...

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

PRESENTATION. Mk. C. J. Cooper, toiler at the local branch Hank of Australasia, having rcceivl'd an appointment to the Peak Hill office*, was tendered a very enthusiastic send-ol'f by a number of the "bank's customers yesterday afternoon. The following gentlemen were present Messrs. Iv. Long, II. Penberthv, J.P., 13. Uonndlv. K. P. Kellv, \V. G. Ann strong, A. Overall, P. McShane, J.P., C. W. Fitrner, W, Uccgling, 0. H. Funicr, J. Locke, and C. Waugh. Messrs. C. M. Shaw, mana ger, J. L. Brown (successor to Mr. Cooper) and K. Mackenzie, of the local bank were also present. Mr. C. \\\ I'urner, who was asked to make the presentation, said it had occurrcd to several, when they heard of Mr. Cooper's departure, that some recognition of hia worth diould take place, and Mcssn?. Kelly atul Overall had brought the matter to a climax. It was with very much rjgrct that they met to bid Mr. Cooper farcwcli, for no more efficient or courteous oflic.T than that gentle man was connected with the ban...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GOULBURN LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

GOULBURN LAND BOARD. Tiik aiUiu^4 of the I'oird woro continued ou outlay aud Tuesday when tile following caeca wore dealt with :— Applications fur ttcappraiacmont:*.— Qoorgc 13. Willoughby, three c.;m. reappraised at 1U* Id for two nud 08 8 J fir one. l'etcr A. Stovviirt, c p. appr.uuol at Gs 81. c.l. ut IDs. John W. Cuuu'ughatii, o p. appraiao.l ui Sfl 4d. •John Todkill, c p. appraised tit F# -id. , , TIiuiuiihM. M ddloloti, five c.p*. appraised, j two at 1 ts 3d, two ut Oa fc'd, aud nuo ut 18* 4d. Joshua I3rl.li u, three c.ps , uppratacdut 10s, I'b,03, c.l. at 8u. lticlmrl t*'. Moore, o p appraised at Gu8d. Elicit Moore, e p. apprniacd tit (>u b'd. Jum a Murray, o.p. appraised nt lisSd; c.l refused. Uauuali Hanger, two c.p3., appraised at 10s uud os. Joliti Wlnld <u m.t o pa., and oae c.l.; uo appcarasico; nest Mttlu^a. Ulivo y. Nuswiiriliy. o.p. appraised at 5s.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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R.A.O.B. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

R.a.O.B. Tin; uttual weekly meeting of the N*o. 1 Southern Cross Lodge, K.A.O.H., whs held at Host Richardson's Lodge Hall, Emu Inn, on Monday evening, I'litno Brown, S.P., in the chair. A visit was paid to the lodge hv Primo Stcadmau of the Commonwealth Lodge, Surrey Manner, Sydney, and the large gathering of members received him very cordially. Prinio lirown extended a hearty welcome to the visitor and hoped to see him at some future time in Goulbtirn. Two candidates were initiated, and a lengthy pro* gramme of songs helped to pass a pleasant evening. Trimo Stcadman contributed a liumonrous bkctch, The officers for the ensuing term were elected as follows S.P., Primo Carlsen ; C.M., Hro. Railluu ; C.C,, Hro. Gallimore; C. Secretary, Hro. Knight; C. Mud., Hro. Allen ; C.T., Hro. lrluvd,

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Crookwell Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

Crookwell Cricket Club. Tin-: annual general meeting of the Crook* well Crickct Club wa* licKl on Friday night. The report showed that Mr. James McGillis secured the batting honors wiih an average of 44 for eight innings. Other averages were \\\ M. McDonald 34, C. T. Clifton 2<), A. A. Denning 2S. The bowling average fell to M. j Purccll, who secured i(i wickets for 210 runs, j or an average of 13.1 runs per wickct. i The report and balauce*shcct were adopted.; The election of oMiccrs resulted as follows:; —President, Or. Pawlctt; vice-presidents, Messrs. G. K. Edwards, O. 10. Catisdell, D. Carey; hon. treasurer, Mr. Walter Schroedcr; hon. sfcretat v, Mr. C. T. Clifton ; working committee, Messrs. K. A. I lowland, James Mc (iillis, W. M. McDonald. P. Dougan, A. Am dell, A. A. Denning, Jr. PtirceH, W. ]. Sniilfi, K. Warn, and Kev.J. Walker ; selection com mittee, Messrs. Schrocdcr. Clifton, and Cans dell; practice capttin, Mr. Clifton ; deputy practicc captain, Mr. C. C. H...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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C.S.R.P. Union. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

C.S.R.P. Union. Tmk weekly meeting of the committee of the C.8.K.F. Union was held on Monday evening, Mr. Lowry (president) in the chair, and there being a fair attendance of members. It was decided to write to the metropolitan union and ascertain if a metropolitan team could lie induccd to visit Goulburn. It was also agreed (o communicate with yueanbeyau, and ask that a team be sent to Goulburn to play the second fifteen of Goulburn, the visitors being allowed £3 for expenses. Dissatisfaction was expresscu at the non-representative character , of the Crookwell team which played on Satur day. Permission was granted" to the two local infantry companies to play a match on Saturday. Mr. Gould was appointed referee for this match and also for the junior final. The final of the juniors will be an interesting game, as the competing teams have already played three drawn games. It was reported that X'60 had been placed to the credit of the trustees to pay off the debentures raised for the p...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Important to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

Important to Selectors. Regulation's 58a, 157a, and 109a, uudvr the Crown Lands Acts have been amended by Gazette of litis date so as to extern! time for | lodging of applications for appraisement of I capital value of Homestead Selections and Settlement Lenses, and appraisement of rent of Conditional leases to 29th December next.

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

RELIGIOUS PROFESSION. l"'1;'1'"""' Sister Mai v llenedict look vH tins morning at tlic chand attached lo the Convent of Mercy, C'inullnii'11. 'I' 11L- cere Ur. noiiy was performed' by liis l-orclsliip^U .' ,. h -V- a'L\ \vax' present also Ver Jn . l)i. liacey, of I)enilii|nin, Hev. Fathers R\.m and Leonard (Cioullinrn), O'Kdllv ViMU !!l""A" . |,;l'!u;r I-V-rn.-uuIo ami Iiro, \mcuil (Marys Monntl, and Mr. Ilaker of'X" Si t " \-| Wt'c V""" followi»« relations of the histei Mrs. and the .Misses Chileott, Cootanmndra (mother and sisters); Mr. and Mrs. Dowling, Gonllnirn, and Miss Dowling of Sydney; and Mrs. 1C. Doidue Cooiv ninndra. The relatives and otherf ivS viled to a dejeuner at the convent after the ceremony. v

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COMING EVENTS. TO-NIGHT. Oddfellows' Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

COMING EVENTS. TO-NIGHT. Oddfellows' Hall. Icem Lodge, U.^.O. Druids, 8 p.m. Gondolier Club Social, 8 p.m. . THUKSDAY. Goulburn and District Progress Association, Secretary's ollice, Bank Chambers, 8 i p.m. I Social and Prc.scnUlion to Trooper Williams, I All Saints' Schoolroom, Kastgrove, 8 p.m. •

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Goulburn Railway Ambulance Rifle Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

Qoulburn Railway Ambulance Rifle Reserves. The first annual mooting of tho above was hold on Thursday ovoning lust. A. largo nttondance of momhors proscmt. Mr. E. Milno, presidont, was in tho oliair. Tho secretary road his annual ropoi t, and tho following aro oxtracts :— The number of members registered on the roll is 48. Owing to . the very satisfactory attendance at drills and rille practice, thirty-eight, members have qualified themselves as per military regulations, twenty-four as extra efficient, fourteen efficients, Changes in the staff and removals to other districts prevented the balance from completing the military course. Uniforms have been supplied to four teen members by the government 011 .payment of per head, with stipula tionthat amount will, be refunded. Application lias been made for refund. Uniforms for balance of qualified reservists will be supplied in due course. Special thanks of your committee are due to Captain Newman, Officer Com manding G Coy., Color-Serge...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Gunning News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 4 September 1901

Gunning News. (Fl«JM Ol'li CollUliSl'OXDENT.) Railway I-baoue.—In view cif the satis factory results of t)jc deputation of gentlemen who wailed on Mr. Donald Stewart, the officer sent from the department to make a, tour of inspection of the proposed Gunning-1 liurrown railway, it was decided on Friday evening to form a local railway league to further the project as much as possible. Tiie matter of sending a deputation to Sydney to wait on the ZliiiiaUT for Lands wns dj&.'ij&?cd, and it was decided to deal with it next meeting. It was mentioned at the meeting thai a deputation from liurrowa had recently waited on the Minister for Works, and a favorable reply was given concerning the proposed new line from (Sunning to Koorawalha via Burrowa. Kaiwjt Pkst.—Jlare drives of lale have been the order of the day, organised by several landholders, with the objucl of shoot* ing the pest, but, notwithstanding several :hoiis;if)d of hares and rabbits have been in • ibis way destr...

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

Two tluriug cases of attempted IiIkIiwuv robbery occurred In Burwood' on sXrdw I' i " ° i ic8 woru '"wonted iu tlio Btrcct by a liiuu, who denmnded their iiumca and their money. Fortunately, ll.e m "0f pun.olC.CU111P°d WiU'UUt having oite^ted J!'iS RigM New Or. Oalliwhcr will w...-i„ morrow morning for Sydm-v wi i.L'fr proceed to Huthmst lu-Ksisi '•»» n» ,,LXV'H lion o: Or. Dunne. Ilo'will 'h,. mm.T.V'V!!' Mr. D. H, Leahy, of Bui>j;endn:-c, '..i. it iiiutit of m..i

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