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Iliness of Father Gregory. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

Illness of Father Gregory, It is our painful duly, writes U}o Gundagai Tiroes, to record that Father Gregory, who, in company with Father .Alphozuus, arrived At Gundagal about ten days ego for the purpose of conducting tho Jubilee Missions during ."cptcmbcr throughout this pari/li, itt in a very Sreo&rious fitato of health. Before coming to undagai ho had performed fipecInUv* heavy duty in Queensland, and was scarcely in fit health to enter upon his obligations to the Gundagoi parish when he arrived hero. Al though far from well ho took part in the miwion at t-t. Patrick's Church up to the middlo of the week. The keen winter of this place, and tho contiouod wet weather, pros* trated him. He was seized with paralysis, and his oondition wiw bo alarming on Saturday that ho was anointed for death. Dra. Gabriol and O'Dwyer have beon in attendance upon tho aged priest, whoso serious condition of health has orousod widespread oppressions of gym* pathy. On Monday ovoniog it was olic...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XII (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XII (Continued). She did not dream of resisting the imporativo "Como, I want you!" but, gathering the oliild closer to her bosom, followed to tho room above. • An oasol now stood in the centre of it, and besido it a low chair, on which she was commanded to seat herself. "That child ia pretty when asleop. I want to take a sketch of him," Linda was abruptly told. "That position ' frill do; keep him exactly so till I give you leave to move!" For a few minutes her brushes moved briskly over tho canvas, but soon her attention was transferred to Linda. "You have not left the house since you camo to it, except to patrol the terrace, and you have sent away no letters.. I begin to think you must be honest, after all." "I told you before that I never stole anything in my life 1" she was indig nantly reminded. "Keep your temper," was the cool retort. "I did not use the word honest in that sense. I meant that I am in clined to think you. may be trusted. And yet I don't k...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

"CLAREflONT," Bourke-st., QOULBURN,' Opposite Church Hall, 2 Minutes' from P;0. and Government Offices, Affords exceptional opportunities to those seeking SUPERIOR BOARD AND RESIDENCE And a Refined Home. Excellent Cuisine. Terms Moderate. Good Stabling and Coach House. c* Er DWYElb ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & q r . PROCTQR, :(Q, •: CosiMisaioxEH for ■' AfpidAv^s, MONTAGDB « STR^BT (over Sands' Sale Yards), . G O DL6 D R N.' VISITS GUNNIXG KIHST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH. Agent for Imperial Fire Insurance Co. Limited.

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THE RABBITS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

THE RABBITS. TO THE XDlTOBt .^S?r*E£* »--a£isSS«5 a? fessslKf HSS^tossS'! £33SSra?s§' Other writers of mw • PucP°8e cw:^:»c; »bbitB" f°n«01 rd>atru°<i°n of sg^&SS" sa.\£™f»-Ss the country is intersected by cwSr* gullios, and. other water couraaH S netting could not be BeaoraU^donS SttS"WT ft-.! hands to L' tho handLf W °D °UI I as deacribod bv Ifr till. ®'°jatds 3ia?&3rs fSEl=S Trappmg too in various wayawii m hedlef Ittt'St' otH.«*cc, and, SslZ^oI iJ\.Bc£^rs where baits can be stfelv la dl'ndTf mure from sheep and ««le aH the the,PeSfKe;Ir;;iiu"!it,jroktinf under In the Crqok\vell cktri?/ ^ being killed at iivc drives here /atelv vh\bTentoCrfnUmSta"CC- wiU k be a<H except poor struggling settlers alreidv ^ssssraas8® landowner to poison regularly and tLlenle-rme' and if ti!ey <&' «wt alone Ca'lleave fences Yours, &c., J NO. BRODERICK'

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BRAIDWOOD ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

BRAIDWOOD ELECTORATE. Mr. A. E. Chapman*, M.L.A., .is in receipt of the following official cor respondence :— - In reply to a petition on behalf of the residents of Mudmelong request ing that the half-time schools at that place be converted into a full-time school, the Under-secretary for Public Instruction advises that from, a report upon the matter, it appears that it would be inadvisable to convert the school in question into a full-time school, inasmuch as the average at tendance for the month of July last was only 10 pupils. Moreover the conversion of the school at Mudme long into provisional would necessitate the closing of the companion half time school at Merricumbene. In these circumstances the Minister for Public Instruction is not prepared to accede to the application. From the JQnder Secretary for Lands as follows:—Referring to the letter of the igth ult., presented by you from Mr. James Armstrong, hon. secretary reserve committee,- Bun gonia, again urging reservation of...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Labor League and Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

Labor League and Debating Club. ■At the usual weekly meeting of the club held on Monday evening, Mr. E. Rigley presided in the absence of the president. About thirty members and visitors were present. It was resolved that the Crookwcll Debating Club be invited to a friendly debate in their own town. A team of five to visit Crookweii were nominated, and a selection will be made next meeting. The Premier (Mr. Brown) submitted his programme for the ensuing session. The debate for next meeting will be, " Is it desirable that capital punishment be continued ?" The principal business of the even ing—a mock parliamentary banquet— was then begun, the Premier pre siding. . The loyal toasts having been dis posed of, Mr. J. Lemon proposed " Commer cial interests of the city." He dealt with the producing and manufacturing interests, and pointed out that the position was not improving, and he emphasised the necessity for greater care in dealing with the products of the soil. Strong remarks were ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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A HEAD MASTER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

A HEAD MASTER FINED. At the Kedfern police court on Tuesday before Mr. Mair, S.M., Charles Snodgrass, head master of lite North Botany public school, was charged willi having assaulted a boy named William Hughes. Afr. Quintan appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Wil kinson for the defence. The evidence went to show thai'tlie |;id, who was only-Q years of age, had received n severe enning,'the punish ment having been indicted for some improper i expression that was written on his slate. | Defendant was ordered to pay a fine of £1, and costs, £2 us lod, In default imprison-1 mcut for 14 days. An enquiry was held in Cooma on Thurs day ir.to the CRse of Constable Tames O'Mahony, who has been seriously in, and was deemed Jo be insane. Dr. Harvison, Government Medical OlVtcer, gave evidence that the constable was temporarily insane, aucl he was remanded for eight days for medical treatment. Two railway gangers, named Pnrfleetand Vesper, were walking along the line to Broadford {Vic,) on ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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TARLO. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

TARLO. (FbOSI Ouil COMlEsrOSDBSI.) Tjie Seabon.—Undoubtedly tho most beneficial and acceptable rain that lias fallen for a long while was that recorded (luring tho month of August, when Gil points wore registered at Chatsbury. Nurnbor of days rain fell 12, greatest fall, on tho 20th 175 points; from January let, 20 inches 71 points; corresponding period of last year -M inchos 70 points. Tho water supplies have now been replenished, and tho ground saturated, causing a rapid growth in all vogetation; which is for tho time acceptable, and makes the future more assured. During this' long severe wintor the crops made no headway, and just now the late sown crops look better than the early oneB, and a more bountiful harvest is looked for. Tho average Australian farmer never looks far ahead with confidence as regards tho season, for what may now bid fair to the prosperity of the district, may be just tho roverse, if followed by oao month or six wecki' harsh windy weather. 'I ho acreage , of...

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Resignation of the Bishop of Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

Resignation of the Bishop of Melbourne, HtsHop G«k resigned /rom the Metropolitan See of Melbourne yesterday. He has taken this course owing to continued ill-health, added to the shock of his recent bereave ment. Dr. Uoe, who is O9 years of age, has held the See .since his installation at St. James' old Cathedral in April, 1887. Mis resignation will take effect as soon after the sitting of the Church Assembly as the busi ness of the diocese will permit*. He will not preside at the coming se»sioit, having asked the Dean of Melbourne, Dr. Vancc, to take his place. According to present indications, his successor will be chosen in Austialia. In this connection the names of the following are already mcmiaiied as possible nojninces : — Archdeacon Whittingham ' (Tasmania), Bishop Julius (Christchurch), Dean Parkvn (Uallarat), Bishop Stretch (Newcastle), and Kev, \V. I. Carr Smith (Sydney).

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Hare Drive. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

Hare Drive. Axothek very successful hare drive was held last Saturday at Mr. W. H. Jones', Ferndale, when 430 of the pests bit the dust. The weather was beautifully line, and the kuiglits of the trigger rolled up to the number of 18 with about the same number of drivers. The honor of top scorer fell to Mr. J. Cartright with 42. A§.usual an excellent luncheon was provided, and the ladies well earned the three ringing cheers given for them at the conclusion of the day's sport. Fol lowing are the scores Cartright 42 J. Mcintosh 33, \V. H. Jones 31, M. J. Toole 29, A. Pauley 29, T. Vaughan 26, A. Toole 25, G. Croker 25, C. Middlebrook 23, R. Boys 23, T. Cart wright 22, M. E. Toole 21, J. Croker 19, E. Lamb 18, G. Cameron 18, O. Cummins 17, R. McGaw 17, M. Kindon 11. ' Good rain fell on Sunday, and the grass is growing splendidly. Stock are in fair condition. . Li Hung Chang's wifo is said to be the riohe8t lady in China. Moreover alio is the most luxurious woman on onrtli. Twice daily M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

PROSPECTUS OF ' The Werriwa Times Newspaper Company, Ltd (To be registered under the Companies Acts.) Capital, £iSoot divided into 300 Shares of £5 each, of which 200 are now offered to the public for subscription, payable £2 10s on application, and the balance'at an interval of-not less than 3 months from date of formation of Company. go 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 Werriwa 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. In...

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THE OLD RED LION INN. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

THE OLD RED LION INN. Old residents of Goulburn will- remember the above being the title of an inn on the Sydney road in the days precedent to the opening of the railwoy, when it was a great resort of teams travelling the main southern road. After the steam horse did away with carrying on the road the license lapsed and i the house was occupied by various tenants, , the last being the contractors for the sanitary | system of the borough. They left the place | some years ago and the building has since | been unlet, and has been the rendezvous of tramps mid some undesirable characters. In fact it had become a nuisance and great com-1 plaints have at various times been made to the police about the persons who used it as a i dwelling place. Tiiose who have had reason! to complain will be pleased to learn that the building has been condemned by the Mayor, I and that he has received authority from the agent to sell by auction the materials and i timber, to be removed immediately. The sale...

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Cable News. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

Cable News. Londok, Tuesday. President M'Kinley is progressing favorably. Ho is comfortablo, suffers no pain, and his tcmperataro has fallen to 100 degrees. Tho noted Now York surgeon, JL)r. M Bumey, has stated that complications in tho wounded 1 resident's condition aro possible for another week, Tho ramifications of a plot ngnlnst President M'Kinley have been discovered by tho secret police at Cincinnati, where two arrests hu\e bocu mado. Thero was originally a conspiracy to kill the President at the Cleveland military encamp* raenfc, but zoIgosA refused, as it 'was so close to his homo. Miss Emron Goldman, to whoso t aching* Csolgosz ascribes his desire to kill, has been arrested in Chicago. It is stated that tho authorities aro indicting nil tho members of tho Anarchist Society of ffhich Czo)go*z was a member. According to tho judgment delivered In the famous Chicago anarchists' eneo, nil the con spirators aro equally guilty. The United States abiuet nro unanimous in treating Uz...

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APPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

APPOINTMENT. Mr. Charles J. J-. Cuzner, son of Mr, James Cu/ncr, of railway traffic department, liasi been appointed junior clerk in the Gouiburn gaol with a salary of £50 per annum. Master Cu/.ncraud Master Ringsell, whose promo* tion we mentioned in our last issue, were amongst the successful candidates for the | Public Service examination, and were pre pared for the same at St. Patrick's College., Gouiburn, which, under the able control of the Christian Hrolhers, is doing excellent educational work in our midst.

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TRAM FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

TRAM FATALITV. A fearful tram fatality occured at Campcrdown | on Tuesday morning, a girl named Amy Chatburu, 10 years of age, ceing the victim. It is stated that the unfortunate child was crossing George-street, behind a tram, when another coming in the opposite direction knocked her down, killing her instantly.

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Wesleyan Foreign Missions. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

Wesleyan Foreign Missions. ] The annual public meeting of the Australasian Wcslcyan Methodist Missionary Socicty Goulburn circuit, was held in the Lccturc* Hall, Goldsmith-street, on Monday evening. There was a fair attendance. The Kcv. J. W. Winspear, presided, and there were on the platform the Rev, George Brown, D.J)., general secretary of the society, Rev. A. M. GauUl {Presbyterian), and Mr. W. S. Koxaii. local secretary. The proceedings opened with singing aiict prayer by the Rev. A. M. Gauld. ! *. The chairman made a Tew brief remarks, and called Tin Mr. Fox ail to read a statement of the receipts and expenditure for last year. These were as follow :—Receipts.—New Soutii Wales Auxiliary, £2437 8/1 ; Queens land Auxiliary, £720 10/; Victoria Auxiliary. £3406 17/7; Tasmania Auxiliary, ^852 5/6 i South Australia Auxiliary, £1503-17/7 ; Wes* Australia Auxiliary, £36 2/4; New Zealand Auxiliary, £1270 3/7; Saotna Auxiliary, £-75 15/6; New Britain Auxiliary, £672 2/6 : New Guinea Aux...

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Werriwa Times. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1901. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

Werriwa Times. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. u, igoi. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL SITE. Readers of the newspapers have by this time become convinced of the importance of the Federal Capital . 'question, and whilst we strongly ob ject to the CLAIMS of any particular locality beyond those of suitability combined with accessibility, we think much good may result from discussion of the merits of certain j sites. A correspondent residing in the proposed Bombala site deals w/fli the question in this issue, and from his point of view makes out a ven good ease, but a careful examination discloses the fact that every argument adduced in favour of Bombala may be applied with equal force to the Goul burn site. Bombala is about 50 mile> from the sea, and in Twofold Bay there is we believe the possibility of a suitable port. The country is de scribed as richly productive anc> possessing a salubrious climate. Out correspondent points out, naively, thai " if Southern Manaro be chosen as tin federal site, that fe...

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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

Our Special Wire*' SYDNEY. Wednesday. ohn Ryan, aged 29, miner, a rcccnt arrival rom .Queensland, was brutally assaulted by two men shortly after 11 o'clock in the city last night, and robbed of ^10 and a silver Kotherham watch and chain. Not knowing Sydney he cannot say where the assault occurred. • K Kandwick Races.-rHurdles: Marlon . l, T.C. 2, Afterthought 3. • Craven Plate : Haut villiers i, San "Fran'2, Australian Colors 3. ' A plumber named Edward Bonfold, aged 25, met with a serious accident about 9 o'clock this morning. , While effecting some repairs to the root of the Royal Exchange Hotel, King-street, he lost his balance and fell forty feet. In his descent he struct) a fencc and fell upon a heap of bricfei in the yard. He was removed to Sydney hospital and admitted for treatment. His injuries are very serious. LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon. President McKinley's condition continues favorable. Colonel Riinington has captured Ha.vs broek's convoy of forty . waggons, and expelled...

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WARD CRICKET. [?] THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

WARD CRICKET. .|Q4HR gO|T°tt. Sir,—As Goulburn cricketers will shortly be opening their season, it would be interesting to review the Inst couple of years' cricket here, played tinder these new conditions, viz.. Ward Cricket. Has it instilled in members that enthusiasm nccessary to make the tfrmu worth pluyiiij; * It must be admitted that players do nortake'ioibe £aniu as at present 41 run," ttettcr cricket \\foulcl result by re* verting to the elub system. There would then be more to play for ; the interest would be greater; the competition keener ; attend ances larger (as the friends of each club would tr.ke a livelier interest in the games); and practices be K'ttcr regu lated. Then cricket would again take its right positioh—the foremost ol all sports. Nojy is the opportunity for an enthusiast to call4 a"meeting Qt 'ql| those favouring the establishment of club ciiekeUn GoiMiirn, It is* to be hoped the matter will' be taken up, and at once, as the season is advancing. Yours, etc....

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

FOOTBALL. | The following team will represent Quean ! beyan against a combined team of Goulburn ■ juniors 011 Saturday next:—Full back, W. | Meredith; three-quarters, C. Yates, E. Mc Kensey, W. Cantlc, B. Smith; quarters, T. I Jordan and V. Pike.; forwards, P. Naylor, J. 1 Webb, J. Earnsbnw, T, Byrnes, T« Dudley, J. I Mclnnes, K. Maunscll, and O. Moore; emer | gency, W, Smallhorn.

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