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MARRIAGE.—SMITH—NIXON. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

MARRIAGE.-SMITH—NIXON. Tijh marriage of Miss Sarah Nixon, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Archibald Nixon, J.P. of M Mcmvalc,"' Woodhouselee,. and Mr. Arthur Smith of Jamberoo, was celebrated on Wednesday, nth September, at the Wcsleyan Church, Crookwell. The KcvvMr. Walker, minister of the circuit, performed the ceremony, Mrs. W. Bensfey presided at the organ. The church was nicely decorated with evergreens and wattle blossoms. The bride,'who .was.given away by her eldest I brother. Mr.! Kobert . Nixon,Vwas attired in, cream brociuled. silk with semi-train and [chiffon sash, the bodice being draped with pretty lace and . orange. bloss;>ms, and the customary wreath and veil fastened to the hair with a pretty ornament. She wore a gold bangle and carried a shower bouquet the gifts of the bridegroom. . The bridesmaids were Miss Lizzie Nixon, sister of the bride and Miss Amy Smith the bridegroom's sister; the former woro a figured silk, cream .sash and . white chiffon hat with -white...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRAIDWOOD LAND OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

BRA1DW00D UND OFFICE. — -t- - At the land office on Thursday 0. E. Larkin applied for ;i cojjdilianai lc;w of fio acres, parish of Jindcn, county Dnmpier, | A bill introduced to the Queensland Assem ; blv provides forgiving two voles to evcrv i man " who is the father of at least two chifc . then born in lawful wedlock in Queensland, whether his children are alive or dead, or iV.i'tdciit in Queensland or elsewhere '6r whether he is a widower or not, 01* divorced or not." About 6 pin. on Tt'csdny, Mr. William niters antllifs daughter wefo rotrtniin^ front 1 N'owru iu ahujjtfydruwu lJy Lwo'Vqiiica; The 1 hnr<n*6 bcpimiy diBiirrangca on tho vulluy silo 1 tif CiHutHAyarni Jfouni^iri, uimJ fifr. tValto s . flighted tu fi\ it. 'flic patties M'p4 d«»wu (he i (iiuiiiitutii. aurl collided with a t< l-'gni) }i p/>at 1 I ho child was thrown out, aud it m ifuiiug * (10m coutwhn vt tho brain. M1*. filler* 1 had hU flMuldcr dislucutcd ud ; evhed i fcrora) bruibci, j

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

COUKbtXG. At the lti|nl njeeting of the Helmorc Cours ing Club held at Itelmorc on Saturday after* noon Mr. J. KingscII's blk. and w.d. Kiirane, Kintore—Fidget, was runner-up in the Doy Sapling Slakes (o Mr. 12. H. HeppeH's blk., and w.d. Hard Hitt by Ulavk- Douglas—! Governctfjf. :

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

SPORTING. THE TURK. A.J.C. Hacks ; Si'Kixc; MBivrixc. : Warm weather prevailed at Kandwick on Saturday afternoon, when the last day's programme was run off. The attendance was large. The course was in splendid order, and all the arrangements perfect. Kesults High-weight Handicap, 6 furlongs s Para dox I, IJulli 2, Lord Monmouth 3. Won by two lengths. i.iGf. Members' Handicap, 1 mile 1 furlong:! Newry I, Kock Gun 2, Fireclay 3, Won by half a head. i.55i« Second Steeplechase, 3 miles: Volcanic 1, Sportsman 2. Five started. Three fell. Won easily by 12 lengths. 7.36. Waverley Handicap, t} mile : Lucknow 1, Sirdars, Lord Kudolph 3. Won by three parts of a length. 3.5$. Kaudwick IMatc, 2^ miles : San Fran t, Paul Prv 2, Gauluon 3. Won by 10 lengths. 3-59« Final Handicap, 1} mile: Undaunted I, Caledonia 2, Koy.il Purple 3. Won by a length. 2A)\.

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DEATH OF AN OLD REIDSDALE RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 16 September 1901

DEATH OF AN OLD REIDSDALE RESIDENT. MRS. WILLIAM HICKEY, who passed away at her son-in-law's residence, Braidwood, at the ripe age of 82, was a very old resident of Reidsdale. She leaves a husband and three sons and one daughter — Messrs. John, Wil- liam, and James Hickey, and Mrs. James Walsh. Four of her children died. She was married to Mr. Hickey at Bungendore 45 years ago, being a daughter of Mr. Thomas Brunton, a blacksmith in that town at the time. She arrived in the colony four years   before this with her parents from Dublin, the family coming on to Bungendore. Upon her marriage she came to Reidsdale, where her husband had taken up a farm, he having come to Braidwood over 60 years since in the employment of the late Captain Coghill. Mrs. Hickey was greatly respected by all who knew her. She was buried in the Roman Catholic cemetery, Braidwood, on Thursday afternoon. — " Dispatch."

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The Late President. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

The Late President'. ^ i,nvnnv Vr\,u„ Tub funeral service in connection with the death- of the late President McKinley was held in the Rotunda of the Capitol, Washing ton, yesterday. The body of the late President js being taken to Canton, Ohio. Some 80,000 persons viewed the coffin in the Buffalo City-hall, One of the. most touching messages re ceived by Mrs. McKinley was from Queen Margherita, widow of King Humbert of Italy, who was assassinated last year. The bulk of "a fairly good fortune" was bequeathed by President .McKinley to his wife. - f * Great crowds followed the funeral cortege when President McKinlcy's remains were re moved from the Buffalo City*hatli • ' At one station young girls strewed' flowers before the train conveying President McKin ley's remains. Everywhere the people were deeply affccted. The Archbishop of Canada has arranged to hold a funeral service at Montreal on Thurs daVi has invited the Duke and Duchess df CoHnvaU and York to attend. leoil Czolgosz is t...

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East Ward Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

„ dEast ,Wardr.Crlcket. Cl(ib., ^ .The. annual meeting of the above club was held at.the; Oddfellows' Hall on Monday evening, ' Mr. Longley was in the chair. The sccrctary, Mr.;S..K>. Grainger, read the annual report as follows " The pa'stseason was anything hut a successful one for our club. Apart from the fact that the ward was so unfortunate r\s to lose no less* than six df its senior players, there seemed to be among the majority of cricketers in the ward no in clination or energy to.play. iOnohe occasion only was the team fully represented, ani^it. i twas only oyviug to the efforts of a few eiithu 'Siiists^ that'-we 'got even the little cricket we had. It is hardly necessary to report that the club uudcr these cir^msta'tices did not win a single match. The junior team consisted i seemingly of eleven or a less number of pickups, and it is believed that they did play i a couple of matches and then, faded from existence. Their interest in the' cluH does not merit any further re...

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A KINEMATOGRAPH ABLAZE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

a kinematograph ablaze. I Cboorwklijj Tucwjvy.—Dicing t}/o jorfqrra-1 auce with a kiuomatograph at the UrooKwoU .Hall last night, ono oftholllms bocame ignited, and caused great excitemont, some of the Quilionco ma iog a rush for the doom. In about, ten seconds £10 worth of damage wai done. The film' destroyed represented tbo embarking of troops for South Africa* The operator M fafe binds wirty blietortf* I \, ■

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A DRIVING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

A DRIVING FATAUTV. Bowhal, Tuesday.—Mrs. J. J. Wood, victim of the recent driving accident at Kobertson Park, siicbiimbed to her injuries last night at tlic Bow'ral fjoapljfil, to whictj she had been removed. From the outset there was practi cally no hope of saving her life. To-day Mi'. A. D. Badgery, district coroner! conducted an inquest, when a verdict was returned in accordance with the medical testimony, that death was due to injury to the spinal cord, ••filing /roni a fracture of the cervical and res- ,4«ntallyrcccivcd, Deceased was 32'ycarsof'nge. > 'WlYM » liusbrnd and four children.

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ROAD TENDERS, [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

ROAD TENDERS, Tkkuens for works upon the following roads in itliv district arc called for, to close on Saturday next Contract 18, road, Rcdground to The Diamond. Contract lg, road, Mount Wayo to the Abtrcrombi^bridge. . • Contract 'so,' road, Whceo Post-office to Gunning. Specifications for the whole of the works may be seen at the Crookwell courthouse, while those for contract 19 may be seen at the Tuena courthouse, and for contract 20 at the Gunning courthouse. Contract 18 is for a new road, for which the Minister for Works recently jjpprqvpd of a special grant for improvements between Mr. John McCoriuack's at Redgroutul, and .Messrs. Branson Bros*, woolshed at The Diamond.

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GOULBURN ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

fiOULBURN ELECTORATE. The monthly revision court for the above ulcctoratc wail hbltl; yesterday before the Poticc Magistrate. One name was added to the list of voters,

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HALL. (BY THE WITCH.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

HALL. (By the Witch.) A very successful drive was held on Glemvood Estate on the 14th inst. The day was perfect; and the lunoheon kindly provided by Jas.. McCarthy, Esq., was much enjoyed by all. The total number of bunnies destroyed num bered 220, the chief scorers being Messrs. Mark Southwell 24, Stanley Murtz 21, Harold Southwell 10. - It is with regret we note that owing to tho weather increasing in warmth the salo ol hares has ceased in this neighborhood, as our lads, during the past winter, have been wollropaid for their expenditure in ammunition by the prices given locally for hares for export. However, wo hopo for a rosurrection of trade next winter, and in the meantime trust that tho efforts to diminish those posts will not bo abandoned during the summer. In many places thoy are so abundant that tho growing crops are almost doBtrovod by thorn. Ourfrionds of Hall would do well to imitate their noighbors across the Murrumbidgoe by poisoning the rabbits. I have bcoa in formal ...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY. BEFORE Dr. Hamlcock and Mr. Mitchell. DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

QOULBURN POLICE COURT. Wednesday. BEfOKE Dr. Hamlcock and Mr. Mitclicll. DRUNKENNESS. One defendant was fined 5s or twenty-four hours. VAtiRAXCY. Florence Johanna Brennan, eight,' was chargcd with being under 16 and found habitually wandering about the streets. Senior-Sergeant Matthews deposed that about seven on the previous evening he found defendant wandering about Bradley-street with two other girls; she said she had been looking for her mother all day and had had no dinner nor tea; witness gave her some tea and took her to the lockup and chargcd her as above; she was scantily clothcd ; she said .she had heard that her mother was drinking; witness line! frequently seen her wandering about the streets, day and night, and have had complaints from her mother about her; the girl said she had nut been at school for a fortnight; her mother did live with a Chinaman, who is now dead; she gave her age as eight; the mother tries to look-a(lcr her but the girl won't go to school and would ...

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Hare Drive at Woodhouselee. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

Hare Drive at Woodhouselee. A half-day lmrc drive, organised by Mr. D. Mclnnes of " Glenarra," took place on Saturday. At about I o'clock eleven shooters and a like number of drivers took to the field. Mr. D. Mc Innes captained the shooters and Mr. D. McGregor acted in a like capacity for the drivers. Shooting was kept up till sunset, when the scores taken | showed that 125 hares and rabbits had fallen. Appended are the'scores :— N. Mclnnes 18, J. Lynam 16, H. Rab johns 15, O. Kabjohns 12, W. J. Gallaher 12, D. Mclnnes 10, H. Gallaher 10, M. Hannan 9, A. -Mclnnes 9, A. Gray 8, P. Mclnnes 6. . Our local crack slices had better look out and nut let the schoolboys beat them, as three of tlieui shot .|0 between them and would have shot more only they 1 had to leave before the last three Idi'iwtv

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PITHY PARS. FINE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

PITHYPHRS. I 'The Ball. ' "V . • On (lie tiles. Wedding belles. « v Closer settlement. Advance Goulburn. >.»•. : See Rogers and Company. > Anothc^newflraihlj^ic^bpencd. Eastgrove will havctwcnty ncrtyfoc^ ^ "That tree" blooms on—despite the axe. '<!/.& Groom, M.H.R., Darling Downs;' Q. /^A largc number of visiting Masons in Goul burn.' Groom, of Darling Down9, carried the Barton colours. .Goulburn stood agdg to-day at the wedding parties. • Mayor Roberts and, Alderman Wilkie at the Municipal Conference. Citizens say that the temporary road across Eastgrove should be kept open. Two wedding cakes inMr. Ashley's window this week were much admired. Mr. H. Fleming has kindly agreed to assist at the Ball this evening with the double bass. An arbgrolgieal professor says that at last one half of the trees in Sloanc-strcct should be removed. •jGpulburn Sparrow Club's" shoot" on Satur day promises to bcji big event. . Bpyd; an old Goulburn "shot/ a-huiclal .at Braidwo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

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Labour League and Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

Labour League and Debating Club. Mb. Lono, presided over a good meeting of the League on Monday evening at the Oddfellows' Hall. Arrangements were completed for a debate with the Crookwell Debating Club on an early date. One new member was elected, and other routine business having been disposed of, the debato, " that in is do sirable that capital punishment (for murder) be continued," was opened by the premier, Mr. A. A. Brown, in the affirmative in a strung apboch. He .was followed by Mr. ,J. Louion, loader of the opposition, who claimed that humanity demnnded the abolition :of the system. Messrs. Tieilnlo,'Mulnlyro, Rex, Oarlsen, Wesslor. Young, Bren nan, Lake, Harding, Taylor, Rogers, Donnelly, and Ilanett continued the debate. Many, of the speeches showed u close study of crime statistics, and the opinions of eminont criminologists were freely quoted for and against the government. On a division the govern ment had only two of a majority. Members showed that they are rapidly ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

DIRECTORY* THE SIMPSON CO., Oil, Color, and Lead - Merchants, 269 Auburn-street. SAM BAILEY,Verner-street, Stove and Qv.en Maker and General Agricultural Black • smith.1. /> ' .i'''- 'v, • - • •'' T. J. BUCK, House, Land, and Commission -..Agpnt,,SlQane-strect, Goulburn. Rents -and *Dcb'ts'OolIedted. , .LAKE'S. LIVERY STABLES, Clifford-sl. f • GouiBurn. Vehicles of every description " always on hire. W. R. McLEAN, 178 Auburn-street, Goul burn,. Iluise Shoer and General Black '' smith, Agricultural and Farm Implement Maker. Repairs promptly executed Horse-shoeing a speciality. AYLING & PRYICE, Stock, Station, House Land, and General Commission Agents Herald'Chambers (opposite Post & Tele graph Oi'tice), Auburn street, Goulburn. • j. TURNER, Goulburn Marble Works, Ver ner-slreet. Lowest Prices. Designs posted free on application. 1 BERGMARK, 0. (First Honors in Examina tion N.S.W.), Chemist and Druggist, Auburn-street, Goulburn. . _ • , ' E. ' L. M ATIJEW,' Chemist ...

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Bankruptcy. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

Bankruptcy. Voluntary Suquesthation. — Alice Rudd, of Willeroo. Mr. Lloyd, official assignee.

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

WEEKLY CALENDAR. Week Day. Day of Month. Sun Rises. 'Sun Sets. I Moon j Rises. \ Moon 1 Sets. Sunday Monday Tuesday.... Wednesday Thursday... .Friday ...... Saturday..:; •Sept 15 „ 16 n 17 ■ „ 18 ■ i> 19 ■ » =° 11 -1 •5 55 5 54 5 52 5 51 5 50 5 48 ,5 46 5:45 5 46 5 47 5 47 5 48 5 49 3 5°i 7 0 7.47 '7 34 8 41 8 919 3-J 8 47I10 11 9.3011 it io*.J5 a.m. xz 4I12 */

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