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PRESIDENT McKINLEY. The Attempted Assassination. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

PRESIDENT McKINLEY. Attempted Assassination. London, Sunday, PnmiDEKT M'Kxklby's pbysioians consider that ho bos plenty of reserve strongth, and will notrcquiro artiflcal stimulants. Six pbysioians signed a bulletin at 11 p 20.. on Soptember 8, stating that tho patient had slept well and his condition was satisfactory. Moro rcassuriug still, tho physicians authorised Mr. I oosevclt, tho Vice-President to announce their belief that tho President would recover. Prompt treatment of tho wound on Friday was resorted to, bccauso it wus feared delay might lead to a fatal termination. " This is not our first battlo," Mr. MoKinley said to his wife. "Wo have won more desperate ones, and though tho conditions are critical I hopo to win now.*' Dr. M'Burnoy, a noted New Yord surgeon, thoroughly exaraioed tho patient ou Sunday, and reported that there was not an unfavour-1 oblo oympton. General manifestations of joy have greeted I , tho bulletins regarding tho favourable condition ! I of the Pres...

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

REMOVING M TO SYDNEY. Great Sale of I STQCK! J. 0]\N« 227 Auburn-st., Goulbum. . MUST GET CLEAR In 14 Days TO Save Paying Rent. BUSINESS will in.iuture be carried on at 180 king - street, Newtown, | SYDNEY. Country Friends continuing . their Patronage will receive the same] treatment as before. ■ £1 Parcels Post Free. The Palace Hotel, : Auburn & Clinton sts., Qoulburn. | B. MOLONEY, Proprietor. THIS old - established House, always a favorite with the public, is now more popular than ever, as patrons have found out that their requirements receive every atten tion! and that no effort is spared to cater for their, convenience and comfort. The accommodation provided leaves nothing to be desired, the Excellence of the Tables, the Superiority of the Beverages, and the fair rate of Charges commending themselves to all who patronise The Palace Hotel. Our country friends will find it to their , advantage to give us a call. Please remember the address R. MOLONEY, Palace Hotel, Auburn...

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

CROOKWELL. (Fiiom OUK ConilESrONDENT.) Since my Inst communication the authorities | who control. that over-changing element the weather, have been dealing it out to us with i a-vcngenncc ; what with some snow,;- hail, I heavy rain, and cold winds, we have been harshly treated. When a strong westerly is | blowing, and they start plucking gcesc at Binda, the feathers, »n the shape of snow, that come flying over the deviation that leads to the town makes one fee! inclined to "smother up" till the operation is over. Happily that is now the case, and we are enjoying some warm sunny weather; the grass is beginning to shoot up rapidly, and everyone is wearing a six-by-four smile at the prospects of a good spring. Work in connection with our railway is proceeding; there are a number of men engaged near the town preparing the form ing for the reception of lite rails and building a reservoir for the use of the engines. 1 understand that tenders are accepted for the construction of the statio...

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BUNGONIA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 11 September 1901

BUNGONia. (KHOM bnt Comil'fl'ONDIiST.) Titp. Late Tkoopkr Ayjie.—A largo number of friends from Bungonii, Marulan, Goulburn, Sydney, nnd olso whoro, assembled at tho Bungonie comotery ou Saturday to witness the unveiling of u.memorial erected to tin lata Trooper Ayro. Mr. J. AT. Broadhem!, in performing tho ceremony, snid it afforded him great pleasure to seo bo many friends ol deceased present, as it clearly Bhowed the esteem in which lie was held. Mr. 0. li. Btylos, J.P, spoko at considerable length in high praiso ol the luto Trooper Ayre's good qualities He hail known him Mnca a boy. Hp van a good son, bright and intelligent. He took a deep interc-Bt in the trouble between England and South Africa, sad used to say, it war was declared lit would go and light for England, and bo he did, beiug one of the first to star from here. Mr. Styles added tba he felt proud of Australia's sons who had gone to the South African war to Assist England in maintaining be»-J destiny, and who had pro...

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

THE FEDERAL PORT. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—May 1 be permitted to make a few comments on the leading article oh The Federal Port, appearing in your.issue of the 21st inst. To begin with, it is hardly fair to Mr. Austin Chapman to say that his views on the Federal Port are merely echoes of those of Mr. Oliver. From personal knowledge I can say that Mr. Chapman strongly held the opinion | that Twofold Bay should be included with the Southern Monaro site as federal territory before Mr. Oliver's re port appeared, and its inclusion lias all along been part of the scheme promul gated by the Southern Monaro Federal Capital League, as a perusal of their pamphlet will show. But to come to more important matters. Probably no one guestions the wisdom of Admiral Beaumont's report on our naval defences. He does not, however, say that the Commonwealth will never have its own navy. Most likely in the course of years it will, and unless suitable federal headquarters for that navy are chosen now, it will ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Gunning News. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

Gunning News, AtiKicCLTViML Society—A committee meet ing was held in the hall on Friday last, with the president «Mr. H. 11. Johnson) in the chair, and nlkmt a dozen committeemen. The principal business was the consideration of balance aluet which was adopted. The financial position of the society showed, after crediting amount nf government subsidv, a debit balance of something like £30, which, considering the heavy expenditure incurred in making the ground suitable, is not regarded as a bad result. It was pointed out that the date lixed for the annual meeting was not suitable, and it was finally altered to September, and (he secretary instructed to notify members. There was considerable comment on the principle involved in making this alteration, as of course it practically means all subscriptions must be paid in this month in order to make persons eligible to vote and become officers, so that having paid the year's membership in February last, mem bers paying again in September, ...

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THE MAIL COACH ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

THE MAIL COACH ROBBERY. White Cliffs, Wednesday.—Nine witnesses for tlic prosecution were examined this morning concerning the recent conch rob bery. The chief witnesses were the driver (Andrew Indiana), Gustav Kauter, and Ade laide Ortlofi', whose statements were similar as to the incidents of shooting and rilling the mailbags. A young woman named McKay, who had gone in company with the coach agent Hoolcv as far as Stony Kise with the coach, in walking back saw someone, supposed to be Pines, walking and leading a bicycle. She swore to seeing the same man at the post-office, before the coach left, standing against the school fcncc with a bicycle. She was positive as to the man, although unable to recognise him by anything but his height. Pines, in defence, called live witnesses to give evidence as to his movements on the night of the robbery. At this stage, Mr. Burton Smith, P.M., dis charged Pines. He was also discharged on the second charge of wounding with intent, in company with...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

CVCLIXG. The committee of the Goulburn League of Wheelmen met on Tuesday evening, Mr. Pinn (president) in the chair. The by-laws drafted by the snb-committcc were adopted for submission to a general meeting to be held on Tuesday next. Messrs. Tisdnle. Judd, James, Hall, and GaJliniortt were appointed to make arrangements for a concert to be held on November u. The following are the handicaps for the live-mile road race on the Windellima road to-morrow D. Mills and O. Iioot*s-scratch, A. Cavnriough 5 seconds, G. Manslield 10,13. Small 15, C: Riley 18, E. Divall 19, K. Davies 21, R. Koots 25, A. iicvan 23, L. Harris 25, W. Osborn 27, D, Hyan 28, B. Hobbs 30, \V. Painter 32, C. DivaU*39, A. Summargreen 45.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

FOOTBALL. The following will represent the C.S.R.IMJ. against Queatiheyan to-morrow:—Jobson,I wicks, E. MeDoutfall, MeFadzean, IJrew, S.! Jobson, Koberts, bridge?, Mills, Hods, Kich nrdson, Heath, Forrester, Wellig, Slocombc.

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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

SPORTING. THE TURK. A.J.C. Spring Meeting : Wednesday.— The weather was perfect, and the attendance very large. Resufts:— . Second Hurdle Knee, about three ihilcs: Mnrton i, T.C. 2, Afterthought 3. Won by .six lengths. 6.13.). Craven Plate, i| mile: Hautviltiers 1, San Kran 2, Australian Colors 3. Length and n half win. 2.8. Suburban Handicap, 1. mile; Ganieboy 1, AcelinC 2,.Superb 3. Won by a length. 1.41 J. Duff Memorial Stakes, t mile : Grasspan 1, Speculum 2, Caravel 3. Won bv a length and a half. ,1.413. * WycombcfStakes, 1 mile 3 furlongs: Gau leon 1, Bruntwood 2, Paul Pry 3. Won by a length and a half,' 2,23$. • Sydney Handicap, ij mile: Sirdar 1,Til limby 2, Centurion 3. Won by four lengths. 2.36.

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Cable News. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

Cable News. London. Wednesday. The British have brought to Winburg 800 women and children, 300 waggons, 1400 horses, and many thousands of sheep. During last week according to Lord Kitchener's report, there were seven Boers killed, 67 wounded, and 384 taken prisoners. In addition 163 Boers surrendered, and there were large! captures of rides, ammunition, and live stock. A charge of inciting to murder has been brought against Dr. Krause. Two Dutch pastors have been sen tenced to imprisonment for treason at Kimberley. Lord Roberts has issued his final despatch on his conduct of the war. The Commander-in-Chief mentions several Australian officers and men, including Colonel Onslow, as having distinguished themselves. Lord Rob erts says that the opportune arrival of the Indian Contingent in the autumn of 1899 saved the situation in Natal. A high compliment is paid to the com pleteness wherewith the War Office forwarded troops, horses, material, and supplies. Emma Goldman, Abraham Issnch ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

DIRECTORY. THK SIMPSON CO., Oil, Color, and Lead Merchants, 269 Auburn-street. SAM RAlLEY,Verncr-street, Stove andOvcti' M;ikcr and General Agricultural Hlack jjinilli. T. J. BUCK, House, Land, and Commission Agent, Slonne-sfrect, Goulburn. Kent* and Debts Collected. LAKE'S LJVEKY. STABLES, Clifford-*!. Goulburn. Vehicles of cverv description always on hire. \V. K. McLEAN, 178 Auburn-street, Goul burn, lluise Siioer and General Mack smith, Agricultural and Farm Impleiiient Maker, Repairs promptly executed Horse-shoeing a speciality. AYLI.VG ifc PKYKI2, Stock, Station, IIousi Land, and General Co.uaiissiun Agent* Herald Chambers (opposite IViit & Tele graph Office), Auburn street, Goulburn, J. TURXER, Goulburn Marble Work?, Ver ner-street. Lowest Prices. Dcijgn; posted free on application. BERGM/\RK, O. (First Honors in Exatnina-1 tion N.SAV.), Chemist and Druggist I Auburn-street, Goulburn. E. L. MATHEW, Chemist and Dentist Auburn-itreet, Goulburn, opposite oil ice o. this p...

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Cookery Classes. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

Cookery Classes. Miss Bailey, formerly to Miss Storey, teacher of cookery at Sydney .Techni cal College, and authoress of the Australian (economical Cookery Book, is* conducting dosses in Goulburn for the instruction of pupils of the local public schools in cookery. The girls attending conic from the fourth class in the schools, and are sixty in number. Twelve alteuc! each day. They are taught all kinds of plain cookery, and arc instructed how to wait on table and 'to keep all utensils, &cM In a cleanly state. Nine lessons have been imparted, and from a personal inspection of the room used at Hourkc-strect school, and from the partaking of a dinner prepared by the pupils we can testify that the instruction is thorough, and the girls are led to take an interest in their work. Miss Storey's work is used as a lesson book. The tyrni lasts six months, the hwUrucfion is given free, and the government provide the ncccs&irv matbrlafs. A lirst-elass meal c;jn be procured, for...

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FOR THE LADIES. FROM OUR LADY CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

FOR THE LADIES. Fiiom oun Lady Correspondent. I am sure that the greatest sympathy must be felt everywhere for Mis. Mc Kinley wife of the United States President. It was one of the most cruel and deliberate attempts at ass assination that I have ever heard of. Fancy a man shaking hands With his intended victim before he fired the shots which were meant to prove fatal —and which may yet be so. No wonder the police had hard work in saving the would-be murderer from lynching by the infuriated crowd. We women are bad enough, goodness knows, but I doubt if there is a woman living quite low-down enough to shake hands witli a man and then kill him—or try to. Saturday opened up line in promise of real spring weather for the Septem ber gaieties. There was a very big and a very smart crowd out at the opening of Hie Randwick races though people who know you know, say there are not nearly as many Melbourne Visitors as in previous years. Silk voi les and muslins seem to be more in vogue than any...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Week Day. Day of Month. e 'A J3 % Ms •Hcc Sunday Sept 8 6 4 S 4' 2 44 l i Monday. i» 9 b 5 41 1 *> Tuesday.... 10 0 2 4" 3 :• Wednesday u 11 (i o S 42 4 4i> 4 - Thursday... >t i 6 51 S 45 5 " T t Friday » 13 6 5 55 ? & Saturday.... ii 14 6 56 S 44 6 27 0 0

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GOULBURN WATER SUPPLY. Report by Mr. Pridham, Government Engineer. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

GOULBURN WATER SUPPLY. Report by Mr. Pridham, Government Engineer. Mr. Ashton, M.P., has forwarded a letter to the council from the lands department in which it is pointed out llhat the present water supply could be clarified by means proposed in report attached, and delivered through the filters in a condition suitable for all domestic purposes, and that when com paring the utility of the proposed storages at Kossivillc on the Wollondilly and at Ken wick's on the Sooley, it must be Ijorne in mind, that there would be a loss of water from the latter in passing it along the creek bed to the Wollondilly. The report referred to was from Mr. Prid ham, engineer, and stated that there was a reef of rock across the river about 15 miles from Goulburn, which would form n good bed for a weir, but it was not a good site for a large storage reservoir, and ad it was about 10 feet tower than the settling reservoir of the Goulburn waterworks it could not be used for a gravitation supply * a? sugge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

Wanted, A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Must be a Good Coojc. Apply at once to * MRS. S. G. 13KYANT, Wayo Inn, Crookwell Road. E. ASHLEY Von Best Bread and Pastry, Wedding •*: Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and Socials catered for. E* ASHLEY'S TEA ROOMS, 73 Aubuvn-street, next N.8.W. Bank. Country patrons rcceive every attention. Pot of Tea and Refresh ments Gil. TO LET. rj-ARFIELD VILLA."—Apply J. GliAHAM, ^ Market-street, or E. Gkaiiam, Currawaiig. LUCERNE, MANGEL, Prairie, Cocksfoot, Rye and Blue Grass, Clovars, Field Peas, liKOOJI and other MILLETS. A. LANSDOWNE & CO. The IMPERIAL HOTEL, Auburn-st., Goulburn MARK A. PKYKE, Proprietor. TOURISTS, Travellers, anc| Country Visi tors specially carccl for.' Good Stabling 311$ every other convenience, TRY MORGAN'S Refreshment Koom —I'OR— A CUP of Good Coffee and Scotch Pie, 3jd.; with Scone or Pastry, 3d. BARNES BROS., 70 AND 223 AUBURN-ST. Hairdressers and tobacconists. Only the Best Brand ofl'obaceos, Cigars, and Cigarettes stock...

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Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1901. VICTORIA AND PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1901. VICTORIA AND PROTECTION. Once again the Sydney "Telegraph' has taken up a pet theory tlr.it it ad Vances with unfailing regularity a; certain intervals of lime. Our reader? are, no doubt, familiar with the crj which the King-street organ has sc frequently indulged in. Just prior to elections and 011 other occasions wher the voice of the people is about to bi heard, the story foes forth that al las! the eyes of the deluded Victorian: have been opened to the fpllies nnc the evils of Protection. Considering that the facts which follow 111 thi wake of the prediction, conclusivch demonstrate the utter groundlessness . of the assertions mndc, one woulc think that farther vaticinations ol . flic sort would be characterise! at least by some cautiousness. Such, however, is not the case so far a: the " Telegraph " is concerned. Hcna we lind our contemporary uppearinj again in the role of prophet, notwith standing the rude shock it must haw received only ...

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GRABBEN GULLEN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

GRABBEN GULLEN. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—tn your issue of the7th instant I noticed d literary effusion signed "Victory," anent bears and liferents, .which, for schoolboy nonsense ami vulgar spite, is just about equalled by the remark which elicited it. Of course anyone can sec' the meaning of the thing ; and 1 think it is a pity that men should thus seek to raise a feeling 01 bitterness between (tic political factions of the locality, livery man is entitled to his own opinion, and if we cannot all agree on a certain point why let us at least agree (o differ. I think it must he the doings of such men as Victory" and his antagonist that give colour lo the asser tions of'those hare-brained Irdividnals, who delight in holding the uaine of Grabbcn Gul* len up to ridicule. Certain it is that there is ! a lamentable want shown by them of that high-soulcd principle which otherwise should deter them from stooping to such petty wrangling on a subject that for the good of all couccrnvd had much bet...

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DEATH OF MR. G. B. BARTON. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 13 September 1901

DEATH OF MR. G. B. BARTON. 't it) with deep regret that ivo placo on record the (lonth of Mr. G. 13. Barton, M.A., L.L.B., Barristor-ut-law, editor of this paper bIhco its wabublibhmcnt. The dteoused geuttemancame lo Qouibum about tbrco mouths ago in search of a suitable cliumto, and docided to undertake the duties ho filled so satisfactorily. Ho felt uuwell from the effects of a slight cold ou Friday lent, und ou Saturday decided to obtain uicdical advico. On Suuday he was ta\en to (ho hospital, and from that day there appeared | very littlo hopo of his recovery, although ho rallied slightly on Wednesday. The 4ttaok of bronchitis was followed by i gradual weakening of tho heart,. ind the end came about half-past seven on Thursday evening. Mrs. Barton and several members of deceased's family arrived in Goulburn by express on Sunday evening, having been summoned thither by telegraph, and Mr. Barton", son of the Federal Premier, urived from Melbourne a few days ago. The deceased gentl...

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