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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
Look out for our New & ©riglnal Story. Hie first instalment of a Capital Novel will appear in the next issue ot " The Werriwa Times and Goulbunr District News." Subscribers who desire to follow the siory from the start should send in their name • earlv. Terms of Subscription, 12s. per annum. DO YOU READ THE IEIMM TIRES, — AND— Goulburn District News ? ^ Subscription, - 12s. per Annum.; YOU WILL FIND IT Interesting and (Jp*to*Date, iii addition to being a Firstclass Advertising Medium. Politics, Agriculture, Industry, Commerce, — ALL RECEIVE — Careful Attention In our Columns. Please Cut This Out, or Copy It, an'l enclose 3s., 6s., gs., or 12s., covering your Term of Subscription :— , . The Proprietors, " Werrlwa Times," Goulburn. Please send me the Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News, for a term of months. Signature Sport, Mining, WHEN You Have a Lot of Moa Engage It Must Mean You Are Doing Lots of Business. X HAVE THE HEN AND THE BUSINESS TOO. After Seventeen Years of ...
BUNGONIA. (From Our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
BUNGONia. (From Our Correspondent.) Wkathkk.—Bitterly cold weather prevailed here with heavy frost at night. We may, however, look forward to warmer weather in the near future, which will be hailed with delight from those having ewes lambing. Roads.*—Mr. G, Broadhead is in receipt of a communication from Mr. A. E. Chapman, M.P., stating that the Minister lias approved of a grant of £40 being expended on the road between Iuverary Park and Bungonia, and urging the expenditure to be made forthwith. Tb.wnis.—A tennis tournament will be commenced 011 Saturday, August 3, on the Bungonia court, for a racket presented by Mr. L. De Vere Hunt, of Goulburn, and the mem bers of the club wish to convey to that gentleman their sinccrc thanks. Great inte rest is being taken in the matter judging from the practice that is taking place ; in fact, you arc likely to meet a couplc of players anywhere in the bush with a line tied to a couplc of trees tossing the ball to and fro.
Strange Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
Strange Accident. A sumous accident occurred 011 Fri ay to the wife of Mr. \V. McCutcheon, farmer of Cave Creek, near Orange. She was standing near a chaff-cutter which was worked by a horse, when her dress caught in the cog-wheels, and one of her feet was drawn into the machinery. She screamed, and the horse, fortunately stopped, but not before her foot and portion of her leg had been terribly crushed. Assistance soon arrived, and two doctors were sent for. The injuries were so serious that the doctors decided that amputa tion below the knee was necessary, and the operation was successfully per formed 011 Saturday by Dr. Howse and Dr. Kelly.
Werriwa Whispers. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
Werriwa Whispers. Bikua is preparing for a cricketer's ball 011 a big scale, Messrs. McLelland and Co., photo graphers, have opened a studio in Crookwell. Mr. O. H. Furner has been looking up likely "neddys" in Crookwell. Sands and Co. to follow. Mr. E. Harvey can accommodate anyone in the Crookwell district in quiring for a separator. Crookwell Farmers and Settlers' Association now number 80 members. The officers are Messrs. T. H. Gibson, J.P., chairman; W. Bensley, J.P., vice-chairman j Wm. Kennedy, J.P., treasurer; Mr. G. Robson, lion, sec retary. Crookwell Literary and Debating Society meet for first debate 011 Tues day night. The officers are:—Presi dent, Mr. Geo. McDonald ; vice-pre sidents, Messrs. S. Shute and A. J. Glenuan; lion, treasurer, Mr. A. E. limit; lion, secretary, Mr. \V. M. Mc Donald. At the Crookwell L. and D. Society 011 Tuesday night next, Mr. A. E. Hunt, supported by Mr. G. C. O'Brien and P. J. White, will open a debate in favor of the present Old Age Pension...
DARING ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
DARING ROBBERY. A DAiiiNO robbory occurred at Fitz gerald's Crystal Palace Hotel, Qeorge street, on Friday night. About nine o'clock a young man entered the bar, and after waiting some time suddenly loaned oyer the counter and obtained possession ot a bag containing over £100 in gold, notes, one cheque, and some silvor. Ho then made off, run ning up Georgo-street, followed by several peoplo from the Hotel. The robber, howevor, escaped.
TO DETECT ESCAPTING GAS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
To Detect Escaping Gas. It is very usual (and dangerous) to Beek for leakages of gos with a lighted candle, Thia ie not a wise proceeding, and wo adviso the following method being tried instead: Mix one pound of common yellow soap with thtee pinto and a half of water, then apply this sticky l:quid with a brush to the gas p;po, when, if an escape is taking placo, bubbles will readily be seen in the liquid, and the position of the escape thus be discovered without any danger
State Butler Show. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
State Butler Show. Wu (Sydney ' Herald') uro informed by Mr. lildd (Minister i'ur Agriculture) that tlio result of tlio reran IStuti butter Show is thut the Co-operative Dairy Fuctory, Uryon Hay, und tlio Uerry Central Factory tio lor a lirst place with a total of 00 points each. Mr. \V. O'Jirion's factory, Qiluioro Creek, via Guudugai, comes third with 82 points, and the Candclo Factory (Foley lirothcrel is fourth with til points. Tho judging was bated on a scale of points, and tho rnothod udopted was as follows :— The day after arrival all exhibits wore examined and points allottod according to quality at that time. A sample of each was also analysed by the department's chemist. The butter was weighed, and then placcd in the government cool stores. At the end of two months it was reweighed to see what soakage had taken place during that period. Then it was again judged on the and instant and points awarded. This course of testing enabled the judges to assign correct reasons for an...
Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
Serious Accident. A serious aecidont liappenod to Mr. Given MeSorley on Friday between Crookwoll and Grabbea Gullen. Mr. A. A. lfrown who was driving into Crookwoll, found Mr. McSorloy lying insensible on the road, having boon thrown from his borso. 'fliis was about threo miles from Crookwoll and the unfortunate young follow was taken iuto Crookwoll and Dr. l'awlett did all ho could in tlio ease. Mr. MeSorley remained uneoueduui up to a into hour on Friday night, and fears were enter tained fur l>'s recovery.
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
ODDS AND ENDS, In Germany tho census is taken Gttty five years. Nearly two-thirds of tho population of : Spain cannot read or write. | .Tho Ohinoso prcservo eggs by coating thorn with mud. Groan snow is found in Iceland} Soath America, and near the mouth of tho Obi. It is snid that tho curlincss of hair varies with its flntnees. Tho flatter it is tho moro it curls. Thoro is a clcrk in Marne, Franco, who has made aoventcon unauccossf ul attomp's to commit suicide. Tho bndy of a drml Chinamnn is ofson kopt thrcu or four v«»ra by his relative* or friend* before si »« Jmriul. Furmurs in n.mo parts &lt;»£ Nebraska literally have corn to burn and uio using itforfuol. McKinloy is another of tho long list of American Presidents who were not collegu graduates. Imperfect tooth aro a suro sign of civiliBation. Perf ct toeth are found, as a rule, only among savages, The must rxlonsive cemetery in the world (A that of Homo, in which over 6,000,000 human beings have b.-iu in terred. ' A r...
SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL CLEAP STARCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
SCIENTIFIG_AHD_ USEFUL Clear Stakohiko. • Tho art of laundoring Swiss and other muslins bo that they look like now is not difficult to acquire. After washing tho olobhoB and drying them porfoc'ly, make about a quart of thin rav starch by dis solving a tableHpoonful of dry starch in n quart of water. Dissolvo a little soap in tho mixture by rinsing a small bar of white soap in it until it becomcs a littlo soapy. Tent tho staroh by wetting a little of tho cloth in it mid ironing it whilo it is wot. If tho cloth is not etill" enough uso a littlo moro dry starch in mixing it* Wring out tho urticlo in r.hc raw starchy and after thoroughly clapping it lay in a shoot and roll it up firmly. In nn hour iron it out on tho wrong side. If tho lawn is dark&lt;col»urcd, it must bo starchod with glue. ' Dissolve a tablespoonful of common glue in a quart of water, and when the lumps aro gono, stir it into a two-gallon pailful of warm water. Starch the material in the mix ture, after testing...
HARD OR SOFT BOILED EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
HARD OR SOFT BOILED EGGS. Bishop Farot of Baltimore was a guest of a family iu West Virginia. Learning from the bishop that he was very fond of hard-boiled eggs for breakfast, his hostess went to the kitchen to boil thorn her* self* Whilst so engaged she began to sing the first stanza of a hymn. Thon she sang the sccond verso, the bishop, who was in the drawing»room, joining in. When it was finished, there was silence,' and the biahup remarked : I 14 Why not sing tho third verae ?" j "The third verse V" answered the lady as she camo into the room, carryiug tho steaming eggs; 11 oh, that is not necoa eary T "I really don t understand," replied the bishop. 44 Oh! you see," she said, " when 1 am cooking epgs 1 always sing one verae for soft-boiled eggs and two vorses for hard boiled I"
SNAPSHOTS UNDER THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
SSAl'SUOTS UKDER THE SEA. Tho problem of taking snapshot clo tures at tho bottom of tho sea has at last bw»i» AolV'd by a scientist. The enterprising camera export went down with his caimrA to tiio bottom of (ho Mediterranean, and succeeded in taking putnu striiugo photographs. A itmLrnuHium powder apparatus for nmkii'g a Jlabhlight is used* ' Thio id hermetically sealed from the I water by a round'glass cover. His enmora is also watertight, so that he can u*o the ordinary sensitive drj'-plato. The magnesium powder is exploded in its gitts* ciso ut tho eomo time that the plato in tho camera is exposed, The strong light which this powder makes psiictrat-s tho water for a long distance. When tho lloalilight was burned, hosts of lish, with their wido-staring eyes, wcro instantiy pictured o& tho loositive plato. Tho photographs of the submarine forests are startling!? novel, Seaweed uiukes an altogether different appearance when teen in its natural element from that which it pre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
Furniture; ANYONE REQUIRING Nowor Second hand Furniture Cannot do better than Call at Raiiton $Co. AUBURN-ST. (near G i 11 e s p i e to &lt; Facto r y) / ■;' Wc Manufacture All Classes of Cat)(netWor£ and Upholstery. Repairs a Speciality. Picture Framing Faithfully and Cheaply Done. ' ■ FOR SALE, Two*Spring Sulkies. £ s' Short Shafts, 3ft. Sin. wheels,... 6:- o „ „ 4ft. 2111. ...: 7 o „ „ 4ft. 4m. „ ... e o Three»Sprlng Sulkies. Short Shafts 8 . o „ „ better finish..!......' 9 0 | „ full squab back' ... 10 0 i „ rack, 2 steps i n o | „ wheels ij, quality n; . • ^ guaranteed,**-..; 12.,10 J Best finish, quality.' guaranteed 15 10 Full Tray Sulkies. | Shafts ,.,.•••■ 9 o | „ full back 10 10 I 11 11 quality'gua ranteed 12 10 Penberthy & Donnelly's" Pa teat Spring Shaft Sulkies. ; 5 Shafts, quality guaranteed .'... 15 10 „ best finish, quality gua ranteed 18 10 Bent Shaft Sulkies.. | Shafts, good quality ........ 12 10 J „ best finish, quality gua- '•' ranteed 18 to 3 „ ...
CURRAWEELA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
CURRAWEELA. (Fhom ouh Correspondent.) Hare and Kaijmt Dhive,—A very success-j ful hare and rabbit drive, organised by Messrs. M. McKay and S. Craig, took place at Yal braith on Tuesday last, the. 30th ult. The drive commenced at xi o'clock with 20 shooters, ably captained by Mr, C. S. Brad bury, and 12 drivers under the leadership of the promoters. The shooters and drivers were treated to a sumptuous repast, which was spread out on the grass in picnic-fashion. At the close of the day's sport it was found that no less than 354 hares and rabbits had been killed. Following arc the scoresD. Wright 35, M. McDonald 26, C. S. Bradbury 34, T. Home 23, R. Wright 22, N. A. McDonnell 20, H. Cooper 20, L. Cameron 20, W. White 20, C, C. Bradbury 17, T. Croak 17, H. Sullivan 15, G. Cameron 15, J. Cusack 15, P. Walsh 14, Messrs, P* Cooper, P. McKcnzic, N. Cusack, and W, Cooper 11 each, T. Cusack 7, ' Mr. S. Craig bought up the hares and rabbits for the exporters, Sickness.-—The numerous friends of...
Horticultural Notes. LAVENDER GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
Horticultural Notes. -LAVENDER GBOWING. A s irioB of badBpasons, combinod.with largo importations of foroigu cssontial oils, have aeriounly injured the lavondor industry of Hitchin and Mitcham, tho great centres in Eugland,.of tho growth of uswoeb lnvondor." Thoso districts aro specially suitable lor tho lavondor plant, owing'to tho subsoil of chalk boing peculiarly favourablo- to its growth. Cold wot weather largoly affects tho yield of luvondor, and the price of the oil varies vory much. Somotimes the oil is worth as much as £8 to £10 por lb., at, others it goes as low as 29a. por lb. The foreign cssenco, which is distilled from tho wild lavender, is sold at from 5a. to Ga. por lb. Although this plant is cultivated in tlio /outh of Franco and other southern Kmopoau countries, the oil nndo from it is vory inferior to tlmt produced in parts of England ; although tho plant thrives well enough, the distilled oil never realises as much na that mado about Mitcham, in Surrey, and Hitchin...
The Federal Parliament and Old Age Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 5 August 1901
The Federal Parliament and Old Age Pensions; In tlio, Ifiiuso of Representatives on Friday, Mr. O'Mulloy (Tas.) moved :— " That it is dosirablo to formulato a | national echcino of old- ngo pensions, and that ttopa bo taken immediately." Ho said lio would not speak long, as he did not wish to monopolise ovory Friday. Mr. Malion (W.A.): Ynu soem to hnvo dono it nevertheless Mr. -O'M alley said his Amoricnn political training had taught him liow to got ahead of other peoplo. i Mr. Pago (Q): No Yankee tricks hero. Mr. O'Malley urged that tlio 09,000 aged pooplo throughout tlio common wealth who were in destitution should havo their wants relieved. It was not a question of oharity, hut of right and fairness. Mr. O'M.illey proceeded to say that it was not- necessary to impose now taxation in order to provide old ngo pensions, hut simply to re-adjust tlio ineirtciieo of taxation. It was the duty of the st .'ong to hear tho burdens of tho weak, and tho duty of tho rich to help tho poor 'i'...