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DEATH OF SIR JOSEPH ABBOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

DEATH OF SIR JOSEPH ABBOTT. Sjm Joski'h Ahiiott, K.C.M.G. l.ilc Speaker of the State Assembly, died on Sunday after noon frutn failure of the heart's action, I>e» ceased, who was born at Muswellbrook ill i&p, was Sl) years of ajje. He was a mem ber of the Assembly since 1880, and held otneein two. Administrations, and nearly nil that time was Speaker, lie was chairman of the A.ALP. Society for many years, and bo Ciune grand Master of the Masonic fraternity on the death of Sir Robert Duff.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

CYCLING. Koad Rack.—A live miles uuatlachcd rond race was run on Saturday afternoon. The course was along the 'Wiiulelliina roadi linishm/,' at the junction with the lhin^onia, ro:ul. Nino cyclists started, and the race was1 easily won by \V. Painter (32 sees.), C. Kiley (18 sees.) 2, and E. Dival (19 sees.) 3.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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President McKinley Dead. Painless and Peaceful End. LONDON, Sept. 14., 740 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

President McKinley Dead. Painless and Peaceful End. LONDON, Sept. 14., 740 a.m. President McKinlcy is dead. 8.35 a.m; Pi'cftctcnt McKinlcy died shortly before 2 a.m. He had been unconscious since t* o'clock the previous night, AH the family of the President were present at the deathbed except his wife, who was in an adjoining room. The last words of President McKinlcy were 44 Good-bye, all. Good-bye. It's God's way. His will be done." 2.10 p.m. Mrs. McKinlcy was asleep when unmis takable signs of dissolution appeared. She »vas not awakened, and when afterwards she •♦vas informed of the death of her husband ihc displayed the utmost fortitude, quietly | saying, " God help me." Dr. Hixcv at a quarter past two o'clock this ; morning announced that the President was .lead; * Tidings were immediately sent to the room .v'lere the Cabinet and senators were assembled. All cried like children. Sept. 15. The passing of President McKinlcy was painless and peaceful. It was as though he fell1 asl...

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

PITHY PARS. A CHANGE, Vale, McKinley, Another Y.P.I.E. Prize, Goulburn-Queanbevan, 17-nil. Bulb Show on Saturday next. Saturday was first day, Jewish Xow Year. Half Holiday Tennis Club played Marulan hi Saturday. « Goulburn footballers wiping out all and •tmdrav. Lord Kitchener's banishment proclamation .i! force from Simdrty. 1 $5 tram cars were left standing on (he raits .nrough the power house lire. Victoria is providing fur 16,000 old age icnsioncrs at a cost of £300,000 per annum. South America, like South Africa, is indulg* »g in a little blood letting. If those who make the quarrels were the jnly ones to fight, peace would prevail. Goulburn is required to choOic a dam site low, and—possibly—a federal site—later. Xot a few M's.l\ are against the Arbitration Jill, but modesty—or something—prevents '.hem saving so. J 3,000,000 quarters over requirements is the ;athuate of world's wheat harvest for the year ending July 190-*. America produced 7,674,Gf3 Ions of pig ton during the ...

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Shock to the Nation. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

Shock to the Nation. The sudden change from liope to desna1*" which arose owing to the relapse of the Pre sident was an awful shuck to the nation.

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

DO YOU READ — AND — Goulburn District News? Subscription, - - - 12s. per Annum. YOU WILL FIND IT Interesting and (Jp*to*Date, in addition to being a Pirstclass Advertising Medium. Sport, Politics, Agriculture, Mining, - .. / Industry, ■ Commerce, - — ALL RECEIVE — Careful Attention in our Columns. Please Cut This Out, or Copy It, and enclose 3s., 6s., gs., or 12s., covering your Term of Subscription :— The Proprietors, " itferriwa Times," Goulburn. Please send mo the Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News, for a term of months. Signature V WECESN You Have a Lot of Men Engaged It Must Mean You. Aro Doing Lota of Business. I HAVE THE MEN AND THE BUSINESS ZOO. - After Seventeen Years of Conttant and Careful Attention to Business and MODERATE CHABGE8, I have j readied THE TOP, And am now THE LEADING PLUMBER of the Southern District. W- 3- LEMON, i VJBBNEB - STBEET, QOUIiBOBW. WINE. WE have just received a fust consignment of 5000 GALLONS of ALBUKY WINE from the Famous FALLON Vine yard...

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Reception of the News. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

Reception of the News. Many wept when the dentil of the Presi dent was announced. Others cried for vcngcancc on the anarchists.

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The Lake George Federal Site. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

The Lake George Federal Site. TllE Bnngondora Progress Association, nt the instigation of Mr. J. A. Sullivan, is now urging tlio oluiras of the Lake Georjjo sito ns tliofu. 'ofurtfral capital. Tlio Presiilpiili Mr. A. M Millard, haa written to Mr. K B. Cripps, O.E., who, it will la remembered, published an arlio!o in favour of that; sito. Somo more copios of that aro to bo printed and ciroulutnd. •' Sydney Morning " Herald" of 2nd September reportod that ft strong ngi tation was arising among tlio ill-paid Bydney bootmakers to liavo (heir wages raised to tlio Victorian and 8.A. level. • The ironworkers, who recontly struck at Jlort's Dock, put forward a claim for fhe Victorian wago rato also. If the freotrado dailies can't keer- news of this Jtind out of their own columns it is tirao the well-worn gtatomoni ahout the liselessneM of Protection aud a Minimum Wngo Low lo improve the workerV leaditiw » B00* lmf ro,t' 1

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A Dying Wish. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

A Dying Wish. Yesterday forenoon the nurses attending j President MelCinley were adjusting his pil lows and were arranging the .curtains so as lo l exclude light from the window but the Presi dent murmured 14 No, I want to sec the trees. Tliey are so beautiful."

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Bungendore Items. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

Bungendore Items. The Mission, opened on Sunday last by the Rev. P. JLc Rennet tell in St. Mary's Cluircli, Bungendore,has been very well attended. The Mission will close 011 Saturday; and the'-following day the reverent! gentleman will open .1 few days' Mission at Captain's Flat. On Wednesday afternoon, at4 o'clock, he will begin a short- Mission at Hoskingtown. On the following Sun Jay at 7.30, Father Le Renncttel will open a week's Mission in St. Gregory's Church, Queanbeyan. Father O'Driscoll, who has been suffering from the effects of a sharp attack of influenza, has been obliged to ;cecp to his room during the week, but it is expected he will soon be able to resume duties again. Mr. McAlister, senr., has been very ill, suffering from pneumonia. Mr. Barrett, our local station master, burst a blood vessel in his head on Tuesday afternoon, causing great alarm to his friends. He has since had several returns of the bleeding, but Dr. Smith Guttridge, who is in constant attendance, ...

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The President and His Wife. LONDON, Sept. 14, 5 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

The President and His Wife. LONDON*, Sept. 14, 5 a.m. | President McKinley inquired (or his wile hi a short and lucid interval about 8 o'clock Inst flight, nnd slie came into the room. He I conversed with her and comforted her. Mr. McKinley took an affectionate farewell of bis wife. His last words to her were— God's will, not ours, be done." He was afterwards heard to murmur "Nearer my God to Thee." Mrs. McKinley in this, her last interview with Iter husband, showed superb fortitude. The heart began to fail at 5 o'clock yester day evening. Oxygen was t;ien administered but the patient responded feebly to it, and at half-past (> o'clock he failed to respond. Ten minutes later President McKinley became un conscious, and remained so for an hour, but under the effect of stimulation he revived. Towards 9 o'clock tie was kept alive by the administration of oxygen with the greatest difficulty, and at 25 minutes past 9 o'clock he became unconscious. The pulse left the ex tremities, and t...

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Gunning News. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

Gunning News. (FkoM OUlt COKKESI'ON'DKNT.) A. meeting of the Gunning Railway League was held in the Temperance Hall on Tuesday afternoon. The at tendance was not large, but Dalton was well represented. Mr. T. W. Thorne, the president of the league, occupied the chair, and gave some valuable information concerning the latest developments. The lion, secre tary (Mr. A. E. Grosvenor) had pre pared a map "showing the, proposed route, and the meeting was enabled to see at a glance the advantages of a, route via Burrowa to Koorawatha. On the motion of Mr. E. H. Turner seconded by Mr. Timothy Starr, i was decided that the committee con tinue to gather information in support of the . line, and that a public meeting be called for Wednesday next, when the matter of sending a deputation to Sydney would be considered. Among the speakers to endorse the projected line will be Messrs. T. Starr, J. Sfone, D. J. Wlieatley, and E. H. Turner. At the conclusion of the meeting several names were added to...

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A State Funeral. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

A State Funeral. The retnstiiis of the late President McKittlevI wilt be accotdcd a State* futtch'tl nt Washing-, ton. The body of President McKinley will be embalmed, and will be convcved to Washing ton to-morrow. The retuains will lie in State in Washington until the funeral, which will take place on Thursday at Canton, the home of the iatc President in Ohio.

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

Crookwell P. & h. Association] Spring Gathering !> On the Showground. Friday, Oct. 18, 1901. | PROGRAMME : BEST DAfttY COW, to be milked and tested, First prize £3, sccomt £st third ^1. Conditions on application to the secre tary. Entries (5/- each) close on Satur day, October 12. HANDICAP WOOD - CHOPPING CON TEST. First prize £1 10/, second £l. third 10/, Entries (2/6) close 011 October 12. LOG-CHOPPING CONTEST (under-cut). lfir*t prize £1 jo/, second £i, third 10/. Entries (2/0) close on October 12. GUESSING COMPETITIONS (2)—Guessing weight of Fat Bullock and.Fat Sheep £\ 1/- each. Entrance to each 6d. POULTRY SHOW, Pair Brown Leghorns, cock and hen Pair White Leghorns, cock and hen Pair Plymouth Kocks, cock and lien Pair Giuitt, ccck and hen Pair Minorcas, cock and hen Pair Turkeys •. Pair Aylesbury Ducks , Pair Pekin Ducks 1 Pair Rouen Ducks, (Competition in the Poultry Classes will be j open only to residents within 35 miles of! Crookwell. First prize in each class, ...

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The Cause of Death. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

The Cause of Death. The autopsy of the remains of. the late President showed that death was directly due to gangrene from the bullet wound in the abdomen. The bullet was not discovered,

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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

TI1E OCX. The gentleman who competes tinder the nam do plume of" Lockslcy" won the pigeon shooting championship or New South ales contested under the auspices of (he New South Wales Gun Club at Uotany the other day. He comes from Wyalmig, and is n member of tlte Neeld family, pioneers of the Wyalong goldlields. The champion of Vic toria competed on the occasion of MI/oekslcyV ! victory, and accounted for 32 birds to the ultimate winner's 33. On Thursday last! •' I,oeksIeyM distinguished himself still further. Shooting from 3# yards he killed all his birds (7) in the interstate match—\\S.\V. v. Vic toria. I'Yom 34 yards he brought down n; in the trophy competition, and nine in the sub sequent aweep, making a run of 35 without a miss, including 28 off the back mark. En couraged to create a new record at the ,14yds. distance (the previous one, 3$, stood 111 the name of Mr. A. 12. Smith, champion of Vic toria), "Locksley" grassed two more birds, making the total 30.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

KIKMS SHOOTING. G. Company v. The Reserves.—A match between these teams was tircct off at the rillc range, Gtuulary, on Saturday, and resulted In a victory for the Reserves by 3 points. The firing throughout was very close, only one dividing them as Mr, T, Mall, of the Reserves, took his last shot. It proved to be a centre. The totals were—Kescrves 459, G. Company, 456.

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

FOOTBALL. Goulburn 2nd Team v. Queanbeyan.—-This contest came off on (he Union's ground on Saturday afternoon hi the presence of a large1 number of onlookers. The visitors from the start were overmatched, and the form diV j played by thcin did'no[ equal Hint- shown by the Qijeaijbeynn' players'fast season. The, match was woij easily by Goujburn with .17 points to nil, Mr. J. XesbiU refcreed,

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CROOKWELL. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

CROOKWELL. (Fjiom ova Cohkespondent.) A vbky pleasant social was held in the Temperance Hall on Wednesday night last, there being about 25 couples present. The music was supplied by Mr, Hounslow {piano), and 13axter (violin), and left nothing to be desired. Miss Pinn and Miss Curtin con tributed extras, The catering was in the hands of the lady promoters, and reflected great credit upon them, the tables being nicely decorated, and the eatables.of a high class order, Songs were contributed by Mr. A. I. O'Reilly and Mr. Dougan, also by Miss Prosser and altogether a very pleasant even ing was spent. The ladies looked charming, as the Crookwell ladies always do at a social and danced superbly. The movcmcntlo incorporate the town was advanced another stage on Thursday niglit, a meeting of those favorable to the project being called by the • Progress Association, Mr. Prosscr was voted to the chair and ex plained the objects of the meeting, namely, to prepare a petition in favor of the are...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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New Country Flats. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

New Country Flats. (Fjioji Our Cohiiksi'ondu.vt. / XiiW Ciiukcii.—Mr. W. Kidding, who is the contractor fur the Komnu Catholic Clutrch, has started (he work of erection, and is making good headway ; lie is in hope ol having the building 'completed in three weeks' time. The site had a dense growth of timber, and much praise is due to the many willing hands who assisted in clearing it. It is the intention of the church committee to i have the grounds fenced immediately, so that I a few ornamental trees may be planted, which | will tend to improve the appearance of the grounds. " The season is all that could be desired : grass and all kinds of crops are making rapid growth. Nearly all our pastoralists have put some of their land under cultivation, and on . all sides wc see the old farming implements I cast aside, and replaced by the latest machinery. | The recent rains have for the present ensured our settlers that they will again be j rewarded for their efforts this season,

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