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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

" CLAREMOHT," Bourke-st., QOULBURN," Opposite Church Hall, 2 Minutes' from P.O. mul Government Offices, Affords exceptional opportunities to those seeking SUPERIOR BOARD AND RESIDENCE And a Kelined Home. Excellent Cuisine. Terms Moderate. Good Stabling unci Couch Mouse. MR. W. E. DWfER, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, & PROCTORv COMMJSSIDXKH I-'OH Al-KIDAVITS, M0NT»GOE»STREET (over Sands' Sale Ynrcls), GOULBURN. VISITS GUNNING FIRST FRIDAY .r, ;i; ..OF EVERY, MONTH. Agent for Imperial Fir« fasaraaes . Co. Limited. "

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cable News. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

Cable News LONDON. Friday. Boers who htivo surrendered nt Zeerust and Commandant Scheepor's rebels agree ia stating that tho Hoars in both districts Iiavo decided to surrender be fore tho 2-HU inslant Lord Mi'thaon lost 15 men tilled nt Great Mnrico. Amongst tho Boor? killoil woro General Lcmnier and Field Cornet Joubort. Tho Iioor envoys in Europe, bonded by I)r. Loyda, lmvo appealed for arbi tration on tho disputes loading to tho war, adding that Great Britain violated tho rules of warfriro. Cortain Boer women who wore per mitted to visit their husbands and persuado them to surrender found them reading roports of pro-Boer speeches. Thoy were convinced that Great Britain is on tho vorgo of civil war. A Capo Colony magistrate has been sentoncod to fivo years' imprisonment for accepting officii under Boer invaders and activoly assisting.them. Mr. Krugei's youugost son has sur rendered. Commandant Viljoon, who sent a representative to question 7000 refugoos in tho Middleburg camp, was...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New President. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

The New President. Mr. RookovcH culwl to Iho IVwMcmcv ( tlio Vnitol SlutuH uuU-nmlicnlly upon tm» lentil of l'resident M'Kinky. Upon rcnchin^ Buffalo from the Adiron lacks, President Koosevell proceeded under ••coi l to Mis. McKinlcv, and condoled with icr. • President KooicveU was afterwards sworn He announced that it was his intention to nntinuc absolutely unbroken the policy of lie late President McKinlcv for the peacc, •rosper.ty, and honour of their beloved •ounlry. *

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New President Threatened. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

The New President Threatened. A foreigner luts left Berlin for New (ampsliire avowing lib intention to kilt Mr. ioosevell.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATE MR. G. B. BARTON. (From Friday's "Australian Star.") [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

I THE LATE MR. 0. B. BARTON. (From Friday's "Australian Star.") Mr. G. B. IUuton, whose death is reported this morning, was well known as one of the ablest of. Australian journalists ami men of letters. The latter designation may be claimed for him with much more of certainty than is recognisable in the case of many'other scribcs to whom it Is often - applied* In that single volume which he contributed to the history of Australia there is quite sufficient evidence of the historical faculty; to show that the writer had it in Kim to do a great-deal, more than he actually accomplished in that direc tion. The eh'apter in that volume which describes the criminal code of Kuglaml in the eighteenth century is indeed not unworthy of Lecky. As a journalist Mr. I3arton, in certain respects, had lew equals in this country, and | no superiors. He was most at home perhaps on political subjects, lie always left thc-im-1 pression of having carefully thought them out. His views, no matter to what ex...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

COMMERCIAL. Goumiuun Phices Cpukkvt. (II must be understood (lint these prices lu'L' those offered by (lie loi'al merchants to the producers, and not those quoted by the merchants (o buyers.) Flour, £(> ios to £7 per toil W'lieatris 2<i to 2s 41I per bushel Ilran, gd to io:l per bushel l'ollard, ml to lod per bushel Oats, 2s Maize, 2s Sd to 2S Qd per bushel Hay, rack, £2 5s lo .43 ; dialling, £2 to £2 5s per toil ~ Straw, 27s Oil to 30s per ton liarley, is gd to 2s per bushel Polaloci, ^4 15s lo £5 js per Ion Onions, 15s per cwt Chaff, £3 to £3 5s fur Ion Iiacon Tdistrict), 4d lo Od per lb Hams, 5d lo 6d per lb Uutler,<li|iry-made, lodpcrlbjfactory-inade ordinary, is j u'ganiery, is Laid, Cd to 71!; none offering I'KKs. I"-'1' d<«V'V Hides, 3{d to jid per lb Sheepskins, merinos, from 4d fo Jd per lb, anil crosshreds, 2)il to 3}i) Tallow, £17 to £iH fKy fiin in shipping cowfiiiun; broken pack^es, £i(t Wattle bark ^4, hickory £1 icsper ton Cheese (d...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

GOULBURN POLGIE COURT. Atoxiav. Bbfojib tho Police Magistrate and Messrs. S* H« Belchor aud C. H. llobcrts and Dr. Hand coo . * V A caso againsri J. J. Cook for disobeying an order of court, was withdrawn, tho monoy having boon paid. BmAY ANIMALS, J.i J. Bruton was fined 3/- with 4/4 costs ; Alio Byrnes J/- nud Sfd casta ; A. Lceson 1/ and^G costs ; Louisa l.inegur 1/ and 2/G costs ; Emma Bridges 2.- with 2/6 costs. CRUELLY ILL~TJIEAT1KQ 110K$KS. Thomas Brogan pleaded guilty to ill-treating a pair of horses by wor ing ono with a sore log, tho other with a soro shoulder. For th first ho was fined 40,'- with 4/10 costs, and in the second 10/- with >1/10 costs ; to bo paid within a month or ono mouth and fourteen days' imprisonment. Mr. Roberts mid I)r. Haudcock' left (lie bench. . ASSAULT ANlJ KOIUIKKY. George Frederick Craig and Enoch Ambrose Reynolds (both on bail), on remand, charged with assautting John W, Maim on 5th September at Kcmuure, and robbing him of about £3. Mr. Belts...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

Cuttcn and Others v. Slioalliaven River Gold-dredging Company, N.L. In this ease, wliioli occupied liie at tention of the Supreme Court nearly all last week, the jury, by majority, gave a verdict tor the plaintiffs in the sum of £133 3/7. It lias boon reported to 1 ho Mutliodial Eeumoniul Conference now fitting in London that Ihero aro 21,889 921 nd heronts to MothodiBin, and that the church projiorty is of the value 01 £60,000,000. In addition to adherents, thoro aro 7,(ifl0,2fjO actual clturcli membirj. Two passinger trains collided on thr Boxbill lino, nenr Jolimont lirid^o, Melbourne, on Friday. Tlio drivers were ablo to foreioo tlio acoidont in time to slow down. Nearly 30 pcrBons woro severely shaken; but only one had to le taken to t)ie hospital,

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

CHAPTER XIV. As the days passed on Linda con trived to iind ways of proving her gratitude to her eccentric friend, Ada was no longer permitted lo dwell in the seclusion that made her hard and unwomanly. Her mother and sisters continued to testify their mingled dread and displeasure of her strange habits and stranger speeches, never approaching the upper storey unless it were absolutely necessary. By them she was treated as a pariah— as one who had sinned against them too deeply to be forgiven until she had humbled herself to the dust. But Linda viewed her with other ever, and pitied her for the sorrow that she could not always conceal under bitter sarcasms and a pretence of in difference. When the little boys were snugly laid in bed Ada would be roused from her melancholy broodings by the tap at the sliding panel and humble entreaty for admittance that announced the coming of Linda. At first she tried to resent this as pre sumption, and refusing to open her door, would harshly bid t...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. By A. Lansdowne, Seedsman, Goulburn. iThk late soaking general rains have ' put new life inip growers. The Jantl is in fine condition for cropping, ancl j 110 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 are a fodder crop that should be largely t;rown, and make splendid winter feed for all stock. The promise is for further good rains.. We may yet expect some frosts, snow, and cold weather, hut warm at times, and some thunder. All tender seeds and plants must be sheltered for a time. KITCHEN OARDliN. Sou' pnrjisnips, lettuce, peas, carrots, cabbage, beet, Radish, cress, rhubarb, onions, celery, < broad beans, and spinach. Under* shelter or in warm pla.ces—tomatoes (red ruby and large red are best), •"melons, cucumbers, squashes, marrows, pumpkins, and sweet corn. At end...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN LITERARY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

GOULBURN LITERARY CLUB. ilk. Skshau. presided at the weekly meeting m Saturday. The tuihjcct, Xapufeoii Bona paite, was" introduced by Mi, \V. A. Mac tfonald, who jjave i\ gencrou; ditfcut of the, uuuctoiis historic:* of the lir>t Napoleon. A ilurt discussion followed in uhieh most of ;he members present took p;ut. Next Satur-1 Jay''Mr. Dladwcll will move that Home Kulel o Jrclaad »1jopld be granted J

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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That "Nice Boy" from Wheeo. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

That " Nice Boy" from Wbeeo. TO THE EDITOR. Slti,—In potusing your journal of| Monday last, I came across a lotter | under the heading "By Nico Boy," and, judging by certain comments con tained iu tlio letter, tho writer must surely ho of a most solfii-b nature. " Nico Boy" leads oil on ttia woman hood suffrage question, i.nd, after dealing with it in a liioft one-sided maimer, 8wiuga Ilia maxim gun on to tho old ago pensioners (not tho Old Ago Pension Bill). Ho gorg to far as to stale (hat over half of the recipients of the old ago pension aro not justified in receiving samo. To this I must ■urely say lie is not giving due croditto the appointed boards that dealt fairly and squarely with the claims put forward, and whilst 1 agree that there I'o a few ca6cs (very fen) that are not . so deserving as othors, I do not agree with "Nice Boy's'' ideas. IS is a.woll known fnci that most of tho old pensioners havo borno the brunt of a lifetime, opening up and improving the land of Now South...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

IN THE HOUSE. Mr. E. George on the Industrial Arbitration Bill, 2nd reading:—I admit that the proposal to take industrial dis putes before an Arbitration Court is about the most socialistic proposal ever brought before this Parliament. It has been said that this is experi mental legislation. I admit that in New Zealand,, where it .was first brought into force, when they launched themselves out upon this legislation, they were treading on very delicate ground,—ground untrodden before. But we are not now in the position of experimentalists. We have practical illustration of the working of the measure in New Zealand. What do we find ? Not that capital was being driven out of New Zealand as was predicted by the leading news papers when this legislation was pro posed, not that the factories are diminishing in number, but that in every part of New Zealand, in every large district,' factories are going up, and existing factories assuming greater dimensions than ever. We have nol even in Ne...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

Wanted, A GOOD GEN12RAL SERVANT. Must be a Good Cook. Apply at once to MRS. S. G. BRYANT, v Wayo Inn, Crookwcll Road. WANTED, LADY Canvassers for inland towns all through the Coinmonwcal-h for articles in great demand, and particularly in'Lady's line. Liberal Commission. Apply MOWBRAY & CO., 293 Auburn-street, Goulburn. E. ASHLEY FOR Best Bread and Pastry. Wedding Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and Socials Catered for. E. ASHLEY'S TEA KOOMS, 73 Auburn-street, nest X.9AV, Bank. Country patrons receive every attention. Pot of Tea and Refresh ments 6di TO LET. riARPIELD VIM,A."—Apply J. Gkah.im Market-street, or E. Umaiiam, Cuifnuvang T UCEKNE, MANGEL, Prairie, Cocksfoot, Rvc an<I Hide Grass, Clovers, Field Peas, BKOOM and oilier MILLETS. A. LA.VSDOUWE & CO. Tbe IMPERIAL HOTEL, Auburn-sfc, Goulburn . MARK A. PKYKE, Proprietor. TOURISTS, Travellers, and Country Visi tors specially cared for. Good Stabling and every other convenience. "XTO | Southern Cross ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE RABBIT BILL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

THE RABBIT BILL. TO THE BD1TOK, Sir,—Great uneasiness is being experienced in this district among the farmers and graziera at the tone of the Hon. Mr. Crick's Kabbit Bill. Many of them are confident that if the bill becomes law it will simply mean ruin to the people on the land in the whole of the Eastern Division. Mr. Crick speaks of abol« ishing the bonus on scalps system altogether and compelling the landowners to kill the pest under a heavy penalty for neglecting to do so, while the bill does not provide in any way for the Government to destroy the pest on the crown lands. If this is the case the crown lands will simply be a breeding depot to keep the unfortunate landowners the whole time iu trouble. Moreover inspectors arc to be appointed to see into the matter, that the people on the laud keep destroying the pest, that will keep coming in from the crown lands breeding dens at a salary and travelling expenses per annum no doubt for every in« spcclor sutlicicnt to pay the presen...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Freetrade Finance. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

Freetrade Finance. In the latest attempt made in Conser vative quarters to throw light on the Federal iinances there occurs a blunder oE so characteristic a hind that it may be pointed^ to as one of a series of curiosities. ' The object of the writer is to sustain the freetradc fallacy that the purchasing power of the various Aus tralian States is very unequal. The contention is made in the face of Mr. Coghlan's proof that" the conditions of life and the standard of living are much the same in all the colonies." It is not in the error, but in the method adopted to sustain it, that the blunder .isperpetrated. The following figures ,ire correctly quoted from .Mr. Cogh •ian's " Seven, Colonics," for 1899 1900 . foreign Imports. Per head. : New South Wales . £10 o - 5 South Australia H . y 5 Victoria 844 Queensland' 7 17 n Tasmania 5 13 But these deffcreuces in the volume of imports take place under very un equal tariffs, tariffs which yield as follows:— Customs Duties, Per Head. Wester...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

I.AWX TENNIS.'"1 Half Holiday Club v., Maridan. — Four ladies and four gentlemen nf the Gonlburn Half Holiday Clulvvisited^Marulan on t>atur» rfay last to play a match against the Marulan Ulub.4 The latter was under a disadvantage | through'some df their best players being; ill. rUtera vcry'plch.-a'nt game1, tJie play resulted in a wltj for the visitors by 12 scU Vo game o 2 set* 36 game*. The Half Holiday player? kVerc cntcttaiuuci hy their opponents a kinc ie&* they appreciated, In the < vuuig ; social gathering was held, and *ritg* were vmUrt'd by n'wrn) uf the company,

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

Our Special Wire. : SYDNEY, Monday Afternoon. <;• Large numbers of citizens visited the American consulate this morning and expressed their sympathy. - A meet ing of American citizens will be held at three this afternoon. Another mishap has occurred at the switchboard at Ultimo power house ciusing temporary stoppage .of; trams in Gcorge-stree't and North Sydney this morning, The suit Thos. Rankins, of Wrightville, near Cobar, cordial maker, for dissolution of marriage with Maud Alice Rankins, formerly McCutcheoti, 011 the ground of adultery with Thos. Woodthorpe, was cntered.jipon this morning before Justice Simpson and a special jury of 12. Respondent, in her answer, denied allegations made against her, and cross _charged Rankins with drunkenness and cruelty, upon which grounds she in turn asked for relief. Petitioner denied these allegations, and co-respondent denied misconduct. Petitioner claims one , , thousand pounds compensation against " Woodthorpe. LONDON, Sunday....

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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THE LATE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

THE LATE PRESIDENT. kl-.fKKi-.xcK was made by Kcv. Canon Martin at St. Savium 'a, by Kcv. A. M. (iauld at the Presbyterian Church, by Kcv. J. W. Winsjiear at the U'cslcyau Church, liy Kcv. E. Cro/.icr at the Primitive Methodist Church, and by i<cv. Canon Kinjjsinill at Si, Nicholas1. to the ■ad death of An/erica's presidem. 'j'hc Dea'(| •larch in Saul was played at ijie C;itliL(jfii| itrJat St. Andrews'and a spcc.'af liuUlVltl vassuiii- "t the Wctkji'.ii service. Tu.diiy ■I 'X- "ere hoisted at hai;-:n;:st at Messrs, .iiyer- iuul IV» Arcade and at Mr, l-'uxall'i,

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The Catholic Cemeteries. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

The Catholic Cemeteries. A movkukxt liiu heen slutted having for ita objcct tbo currying out of uoino very .necessary wor* at tho ubovo burial grounds. Ah regards tho old cemetery it has been suHored to get into a very neglected condition, nnd work thora will ut onto bo proceeded with. On Sunday evening a meeting was held at the BojV schoolroom, Uuurku-atrcct, when a coinraittoo was appointed for tlio purpoao of rawint? the neccaaary funds and seeiou to itsespenditutt in tho.kUrcctions mentioned. Tho eommUl^; who will act in coujuucliou with the trustees* con-feists of Me*ar».'C. McAliwter, scuior, Ji Mo Govern, J. Dunohoo, K. JL*. Kelly, 4. JL Kenanc, Alderrauu Douuelly, \y, J. i'urher, J. MpEyoy and J. Locko. Messrtj. Ponnofiy and Furbei were elected ircatji|cor and tccretury, ftud a« tho result of a subscription opcuad in thfl rooiu tho 6um of about £11 wua obtained in cash aud promises. * lieu u thorough canvass has baeu mudeit is confidently expectcd that a banduomo sum will bo...

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