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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. S.WUHUAY, iEFOM; the Police-Magistrate and Messrs. S. H. Kcichcr and J. Jvtiuwhmm. ASSAULT, DKl'XKKNNKSS, AND DAMAGING A KXUMKM. James Martin was lined 5s or seven days' or drunkenness ; 405 01* one month for as •auKing Constable Farr ; and 5s for damaging 1 constable's uniform, together with 10s lamage done, or fourteen days' imprison neni; the last two alternatives to be accumu* Jative, Fines paid. CHAUGI-: OF ASSAULT AND KOUUKRY. George Frederick Craig and Enoch Am brose Reynolds (cabman) were charged with issaultiug In company John William Maim md robbing him of about £3. Mr. Butts ad* geared for Reynolds, Constable Weynton, stationed at Guuning, ieposed that in conscquencc of a wire lie eceived on Friday he went in scarcli of ac •used and arrested him at 5.15 p.m.; before .loin# so witness a:>ked accused if his name .vas George Frederick Craig, and he replied, ihat it was; witness told accused he arrested litn on a charge of assault and robbery; he rep...
Wesleyan Foreign Missions. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
Weslcyan Foreign Missions. j Tub anniversary services of the above mis sions were held in the Weslev.m Church, Gcmlburn, yesterday, when the Kev. George Brown, D,l)„ recently ;eturned from a visit to the new mission in the Solomon Islands, preached impressive sermons morning and evening to fair congregations, In the after noon the Kev. I)r. Brown addressed the Sumlay-school scholars ami friends in the Lecture-hall. The doctor gave interesting information about the mission just established in the Solomon Island among natives still in their primitive barbarism and who are noted head hunters. He also related the progress made in the other missions of the church. A Biblie meeting will be held in the Lecture all this evening, when Dr. Brown and others will spcuk,
Love's Triumph. CHAPTER X (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
Love's Triumph. CHAPTER X (Continued). There was a washstand in one corner of the little chamber, and with a dim idea of ridding herself of all her un pleasant sensations by bedewing her face with cold water she tottered towards it, but stopped half way, gasping and shivering. The door iiad slowly opened, and she saw upon (he threshold a white-robed figure, that of a girl, small and slight ns herself, but with intensely black oyos, that seemed to glitter with a fierce light as sho fixed theni on the astonished Linda. Ab soon as she saw that she was ob Borvcd, tho intruder raised her right hand. Slio held a pistol in it, and this sho deliberately pointed at the shrinking girl! " Make but a sound and you dio!" she hissed. " I have found you out! I know your errand hero, Down on your knees and confess it, or " But Linda had already oboyed tbe mandate, and with clasped hands was gobbing an entreaty for meroy. " Tho children olung to mo and would Dot let mo go; and I was so frightened, B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
11 GLAREMONT," Bourke-st., QOULBURN," Opposite Church Hnll, 2 Minutes' from P.O. and Government Offices, Affords exceptional opportunities to those seeking SUPERIOR BOARD AND RESIDENCE Ami a Refilled Home. Excellent Cuisine. Terms Moderate. Good Stabling and Coach House. M. W. E. DWYER, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTOR, COMMJSSIOKKR FOR AFFIDAVITS, MONTAGUE * STREET (over Sands' Sale Yards), ^ GOULBURN. - VISITS GUNNING FIRST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH. Agent for Imperial Fire Insurance Co. Limited,
The Deering Harvesting Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
The Deering Harvesting Machinery. Am exhibition of tho construction and parte o£ the Deering hinder was given on Friday aftornoon in tho paddock, Verner-street, leased by the Uoulburn Engineering Company. There was a fair attendance of persons interested in such machinery. Mr. Sidney Mason, lecturer for the firm, and -Messrs. Clarke and Maxwell, maohinery experts, were in charge of the exhibition. Mr. •T. W. Weaver, local agent for tho firm, was also present Tho binder was taken to pieces and reconstructed by the experts, while Mr. Mason gave an explanation of the various parts and the more recent improvements. 8evore tests with a hammer were applied, and thoEe presont expressed themselves thoroughly satisfied. The first great point Mr. Mason ex plained was the system employed by the Peering Company in tho use of roller bearings to reduce to a minimum the friction horizontally, and also the bicycle ball-bearings on the ends of all the principal bearings to reduco the friction of end...
CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
CHAPTER XII. By slow degreos Linda became aware that she was being treated with extremo kindness. Hor face was bathed with gome delicious perfume, a pillow placed under her head, and a few spoonsful of wine inserted between her lips. As soon as she could raise her eyes to the faoe bending over her she became awaro that it would have been a very beautiful one, but for a long, ugly scar AOross the white forehead, and tho item expression of the rosy mouth. That expression softened when Linda looked up, and, feebly whisper ing her thanks for the wine, tried to raise herself from the floor. " That's well," said the stranger ; " can you stand ?. Try. Can you walk ? Yes, I am sure you can with the help of my hand. Come, then; the children will not wake; come !" Her fingers closed so firmly on the wrist of Linda that she could not but go wherever this mysterious and im perative personage thought proper to lead lier. She was guided up another flight of stairs to the upper storey of the house...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
THE ACTIVE DRAUGHT STALLION, The Brewer, Will travel during the coining season, Through Crookwell, Wheeo, Laggao, and Grabbon Gullen, Marcs will also be paddockcd near Crookwell. HPHE BREWER is by Davie (imp.), dam by Mwir Lad (imp.), which says a great deal, as both these are noted sires and have pro duced some of the best horses in Australia. He was bred by the late Mr. Andrew Town, at HobnrtWIlc, one of the best generals we ever had as a breeder. Any one desirous of breeding light harness horses can't do wrong by putting their light marcs to The Brewer, as his stock will bear i inspection, having plenty of size with great ■ quality. TERMS: Single Marc, £2; a reduction for number. Every care taken, but no responsibility in-1 citrred. "Season begins ist October, and ends ist January 1901, when all mares must bej removed and paid for. GEORGE PLUMB, Proprietor. TO STAND THIS SEASON, At Crookwell, and travel through Gullcn, Gurrundah, and Third Creeki THE ACTIVE DRAUGHT STATLION, Youn...
TRINITY COLLEGE EXAMINATIONS, [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
TRINITY COLLEGE EXAMINATIONS, THE local results of above examinations, held in June last, show that of 43 candidates 32 were successful as under Junior Pass Section: Isabell Bogg (Miss McLean), 96; Kathleen Madden (Miss Cameron), 95; Liz/.ie Curwood (Mr. \V. Thorman), 94; Magdalene Moloney (Miss Moloney), 94; Barbara Cox (Mr. W. Thorman), 93 ; Stay Femvick (Mr. Thonnan) 91, Fred Garside (Mr. Thonnan) 90, Elsie Curwood (Mr, Thormnn) 87, May Clark (Miss McLean) 82, Elsie Clark (Miss McLean) 76, Fred Hors iietd (Mr. Thonnan) 69, Martha Burgess (Miss McLean) 66, Ivy Clark (Miss McLean) 65, Zoe 1 Cooper (Miss McLean) 64, Arthur Kecglandj (Mr. A. H. Ford) 60. Junior Honors Section : Cecil Slater (Miss Walker) 87, May Femvick (Mr. Thormnn) S3, Ivy Walton (Miss McLean) 80, Bessie Rose (Mr, Thonnan) 76, Percy Holloway (Mr. Tiiortnan) 74, Maude Klhvood (Mr, Thorntan) 68, Ethel Davidson (Mr. Thonnan) 66, Vivian Roberts (Mr. Thonnan) 65, Florence Moule (Miss Cameron) 60, Lavinia Tromp (Miss Irw...
GARDEN AND FIED CAENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
GARDEN AND F1E1) CAUNDAR I'H SEPTEMBER. By A. Lansdownk, Seedsman, Goulbum. The late soaking general rains liavc put new life into growers. The land is in fine condition for crapping, and no time should be lost in getting in large areas of all fodder and other crops that they may get a good early start. Be sure to cultivate well and deeply, and give to all lands and crops suitable manures. Mangels arc a fodder crop that should be largely grown, and make splendid winterfeed for all stock. The promise is for further good rains. We may yet expect some frosts, snow, and cold weather, but warm at times, and some thunder. All tender seeds and plants must be sheltered for a time. KITCHEN' GARDEN. I Sow parnsnips, lettuce, peas, carrots, cabbage, beet, radish, cress, rhubarb, onions, celery, broad beans, and spinach. Under shelter or in warm places—tomatoes (red ruby and large red are best), melons, cucumbcrs, squashes, marrows, pumpkins, and sweet corn. At end of month— French, butter, and...
CONSECRATION OF BISHOP OF BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
CONSECRATION OF BISHOP OF BATHURST. Ox Sunday morning Dr. Dunne was conse crated Komnn Catholic Bishop of Bathurst. The ceremonial was a most imposing one, i the church being taxed to its utmost capacity' with a vast assemblage of people. The solemn investiture was performed by Cardinal Moran, assisted by Dr. Doyle, Bishop of Lis more, and Dr. Gallagher, Bishop of Goulburn, who throughout the ceremony acted as Dr. Dunne's spiritual sponsors. The consccration sermon was preached by Dean Hegarty, of Kyneton, Victoria. Amongst the visiting prelates were Dr. Mur ray (Bishop of Maitiaud), Dr. Doyle (Bishop of Lisinore), Dr. Gallagher (Bishop of Goul burn), Dr. Dwyer (Co-adjutor Bishop of Maitland), Monsigtior O'Connor (representing the Bishop ot Armidale), Dr. Tracey (repre senting the Bishop of Wilcannia), Dr. O'Haran. | A banquet was held at the School of Arts hall in the afternoon, and was attended by 360 people, including all the ecclesiastical dignitaries. The chair was occupied by ...
RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
RIFLE MATCH. Tub Railway Ambulance Reserves and IS. Company Australian Rilles, met in a friendly match on Saturday last, and a pleasant con lost ended in a win for the red cross men, as the following scores will show R. A. RfcSEKVES, 500 600 Tl. President Milne ........... 30 25 55 Res. J. McGregor 22 26 48 Res. J. Pinkney 23 . 22 : 45 , Treas. R. Inglcton..........v^' 22 21 43 I Res. A. Hawkesley ' 20 22 42 Res. K. Best ...a... -• 23 Res. B. Yenclon . 26 Cadcl E. O. Milnu .. 25 Mr. W. Cootnbes...... IS Mr. J. Taylor.... 13 Mr. W. Harding - 10 Res. J. Crawford 14 lies, S. Barker ;.... jo Res. E. Thompson 8 Austkaman Rifles. We. Morns 28 28 Corpl. Gould 25 27 Pte, Hnrvey 30 ; 19 StalT-sergt, Cooke 20 20 We. A. Ball 22 20 Pte. Charles 18 21 Pte. H. Ford ; 21 13 L.CpI. Young 15 14 Pie. Charlton 11. 17 Pte. Muyo ... 11 17 Sgt. Druimnomt 10 17 Cpl. King 20 0. Bugler Young 14^ 5 Pte. Anderson 2 3
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY. Shot while Shaking Hands. Hopes of His Recovery. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
attempted assassination OF president Mckinley. Shot while Shaking Hands. Hopes of His Recovery. London, Saturday. Phkswknt MeKinlcv was shot twice by a would-be assassin uii Friday. The scene of the outrage was the Exhi bition building, buffalo, in the Slate of New York. A reception was progressing at the time, and Mr. M'Kinlcy was shaking hands with (he man who shot him. The man was a stranger. Sunday. The would-bc assassin has been identified as Leon Czolgos^, who was born in Detroit, chief city of the State of Michigan. Ciolgosi declares that he has no confede rates, and that he decidcd upon the deed three days ago. He asserts that anarchist lectures and literature prompted Irim, and that believing ll.c funp of government is wrong, the best remedy was to kill (tic president. C/ulgosi is unmarried; * Ho'is one of a large family living in Cleveland, Ohio, but is reticent as to his pant. Mr, McKtnlcv was holding a reception when the crime was committed. The assailant, approaching hi...
CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
CROOKWELL. I Business is improving in Crookwell, Hie j turnover on Saturday showing a decided I Increase. 1 The recent rains have decidedly improved j the prospects for summer; grass is springing! and crops look well in every part of the district. i There is much clearing of land throughout the district, and it is safe to predict an! enormous increase in production next season. Crookwcll is about to witness a big job in dam sinking, a tender having been accepted for the excavation of n huge dam from which the railway service will be supplied. In honors, Crookwcll butter factory stands very high, having secured no less than 12 pri/es in open competition sincc 1896. These include eight firsts, and over one hundred lfuinens cash. Trulv ifoldcn butter. Expensive additions arc being made to the machinery at the Crookwcll butter factory. A complete refrigerating plant is being nddccl at considerable cost. The additions include a new cream atemperater, brine tanks, coils, and other necessa...
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
SPORTING. THE TURF. A.J.C. Spuing Meeting.—-Derby Day : The weather was perfect /or the opening of this meeting at Kaiulwiek on Saturday. The at tendance was very large, and the course in splendid order. Kesults :— Hurdle Kace, about 2 miles 5 furlongs: Delusion J, Linden 2, Morton 3. Won by three lengths. Time 4 inin. 34] sees. Trial Stakes, i£ mile: Lucknow I, Specu lum 2, Tillimby 3. Won by a length. 2.10. The Derby, a sweepstakes of 30 suvs. each, (10 forfeit, with 600 sovs. added ; for three | vear-olds, 1$ mile: Hautvilticrs 1, Caravels, I Grasspan 3. Won by a length. 2.37J. The fastest time on record. The Epsom, a handicap sweepstakes of 20 sovs. each, half forfeit, with 1000 sovs. added. For threc-ycars-old and upwards; second horse 200 sovs., and third 100 sovs. out of the stake, x mile.—]. A. Mayo's b.h. Sequence, 5 years, 9 st. 4 lb. (Kuhn), 1 ; W. Brown's b.m. Allinga, 5 years, 7 st. 8 lb. (Lewis), 2 ; H. Chisholins b.g. Kssiugtoii, 5 years, 6 st. 7 lb. (Jennings}, 3. Be...
MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
Monday. Before (lie Police Magistrate, Mr. C. H. Roberts and Dr. Handcock. DRUNKENNESS, One defendant (on bail) charged with drunkenness did not appear, and his recog nisance was estreated ; a second was dis charged with a caution; a third was lined ios, or four days' imprisonment. INCITING A PRISONER TO RESIST. \ James O'Brien pleaded guilty to inciting a prisoner to resist the police, and was fined :os with 2s Cd costs. Paid. UNSOUND MIND. I ! William Dale was brought up as being of I unsound mind, and on the recommendation | of Drs. McKiilop and Handcock he was sent to Kenmore Hospital.
Re That Woman Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
Re That Woman Vote. (By Nice Boy.) Dear Mb. Eimtok,—From lime to time we read and hear of this much vexed question—should women vote ? and the more I read of it the more ridicu lous it appears, as in my opinion, by extending the voting power to women the working and poorer class will be receiving a direct tap on the head, for it stands to reason that in country electorates where a distance of 20 miles (which is often the case) has to be travelled to record a vote, this alone would shut out the poor maw's wife or daughters from having a voice. There is 110 denying the fact that it would be impossible for a mail .and wife with a young family of, say 4 or 5 helpless children to travel distances of from ten to twenty miles oh polling day to record their vote. Why they would need to take their blankets. This difficulty would be easily overcome by the better-to-c!o class, for they have the ways and means of conveying their wives or families, and besides they have their slavey, the poor ma...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
FOOTBALL. There *yas a Koot' Uttuiidancc at the foot ball oil Miiiuiday, T!l? following were the games' | G. Company v. E. Company.—This was the first match played, and after very even nlnv resulted in a will for E Coninanv with .1 points to nil, Edwards kicking 3 penalty goal. Mr. C!oi||d refereed. Wnrrigal * Club v. St. Patrick's College.— This was the final contest in the junior com petition, and much interest was centred around it, After twelve minutes' play first blond \v:|s drawn by tile College, Hartigan kicking a goal from mark, No further scoring took place till nearly (lie close of |l)e game, although the Warrigals displayed excellent form in the second half. Approaching the end of play Weare sccured a try from a good position, which was converted into a goal by Plirschouse. Mr. J. Xesbitt umpired for this mal.cb. ■
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 9 September 1901
Crookwell P. & A. Association Gathering! On the Showflround. Friday, Oct. 18, 1901. PROGRAMME : BEST DAIRY COW, to be milked and tested. First prize £3, second third £1. Conditions on application to the secre tary. Entries (5/- each) close on Satur day, October 12. HANDICAP WOOD - CHOPPING CON TEST. First j>rizc £l 10/, second £if third 10/. Entries (2/0) close on October 12, LOG-CHOPPING CONTEST (under-cut). First prize £1 10/, second £it third 10/. * Entries (2/6) close on October 12. •GUESSING COMPETITIONS(2)-Guessing weight of Fat Humaick and Fat Sheep £1 if- each. Entrance to each 6d. POULTRY SHOW. Pair Brown Leghorns, cock and hen Pair White Leghorns, cock and hen Pair Plymouth Rocks, cock and lieu Pair Game, cock and hen Pair Minorcas, cock and hen Pair Turkeys Pair Aylesbury Ducks Pair Pckin Ducks, Pair Rouen Ducks. (Competition in the Poultry Classes will be open only to residents within 25 miles of Crookwell. First prize in each class, 5f; second 2/6. Entrance f...