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

GoULBUHJJ PlHCES CURRENT. (It must be understood tlint these priccs arc those offered by the local merchants to the producers, and not those quoted by the merchants to buyers.) Flour, £6 105 to £7 per ton Wheat, ss 2d to 2s 4c! per bushel Bran, fjd to lod per bushel Pollard, pd to iod per bushel Oats, 23 Maize, 2s 3d to ss gd per bushel Ilay, rack, £2 5s to £3; chaffing, £2 to £2 5s per ton Straw, 27s Gd to 303 per ton . Barley, is gd to 2s per bushel Potatoes, ^4 15s to £$ 5s per ton Onions, J5s per cwt Chaff, £3 to £3 5s per ton Bacon (district), 4c! to 6d per lb Haius, 5d t<?6d per lb Butter, dairy-made, lod per lb; factory-made ordinary,'is ; creamery, is Lard, 6d to 7d; none offering Eggs, 5d per dozen Hides, 3jd to 3fd per lb Sheepskins, merinos, from 4d to 5d per lb, and crossbrcds, 2jd to 3}d Tallow, £17 to £18 per ton in shipping condition; broken packages, £15 lo Wattle bark £4, hickory £110s per ton Cheese (district), 4d to 4$ per lb Honey, 2$d to 3d per lb Bre...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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COMMERCIAL. SYDNEY STOCK SALES. HOMEBUSH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

.COMMERCIAL. SYDNUY STOCK SALES." Homebubii. Monday. ... About 10,000 Bheep and lambs penned j chiolly ueoful trade mutton, not many primo forward; usual attendance, including Meat Company, supply amplo; buyers operated cautiously, mica woro dull, and pricoa lower except towards clouo when thoy hardoned. Quotations:—Prima crossbred wethers IGs to IGs, good I Us to 14s, medium lie to 12s; prime luuriuo wetbors IBs to IdsGd, good. 18s to 1-ls, medium lis to 12s ; prime crosBbred owes 18s Gd to 148, good 12s to 12s Oil, medium 10s to lis; iirimo merino owes 13s to 14s, good owns lis to 12s, medium 8s 6d to 0s 6(1. Among tlw eftles was tho follow ing:—11. C. Cooper (Tarago) 278 merino wethers, 18s Id to 14s. Supply of lambs wns within the demand; quotations from Gs to 12a. 520 cattle yarded; chiefly of good quality, and included n fair proportion of prima and weighty; a large attendance, number offering insuf ficient ; market opened to strong com petition with a great advance in values,...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

Make Room at any Costfor Large Importations. .SLAUGHTER ! v , ? ' .r: '.Such are P;.LEYNE'S instruct ibns'just to ha'hU^tnjEngla^a.i • :■ IB is characteristic of - P. Leyne's 'well-known spirited way of doing business! Slaughter ! Slaughter ! ! , Slaughter!!! .'■■v v- is" the" Watchwotd of his Message. . • ' £ It must be' done well to have the desired, effect, and it will be doiie'.well. ...'^lapoleon said, "There shall be no Alps," and he marchcd into Italy. P.'-IiEYNE says, "There shall be room," and he means to do it at any cost. Look out for a Slaughter ! ^ A Whirl-wind of Bargains. The Greatest Event of the Year ! ! Now is your Golden Opportunity. Waste no', time, b .it; come; and - see; what - is offering.' * Every Line in the Establishment at .. Make-Room Prices ! . Make-Room Prices! P. LEYNE is coming back across the water with the Choicest;Clheapest'Lot of Goods ever landed in Austria, anct he lias- sent word ^an.eftd that lie wants plenty of room. ' ' What a Throwin for th...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

WANTED, LADY CanvwssenT for inland towns till through tin; Commonwealth for arf.clcx ill Rfcll demand, and particularly ltl 'Lady's I'Aie Liberal Commission. AjiplJI • HOWHKAY & CO., 293 Auburn-street, Goulbnrn. E. ASHLEY IJ'OK West IJread and Pastry. Wedding Cakes a Speciality. Picnic Parties and Socials caterfcd for. '• 3 . E. ASHLEY'S TEA KOOMS, 73 Auburn-street, next N.8:W.'Ba"nk:' 'Country patrons receive every attention. Pot of Tea and Refresh* ments6d. TO LET. riARKIELD VILLA?'—Apply J. GRAHAM Market-street, or E.GtuuAjt.Currawang J. BAXTER, THE LEADING JEWELLER, next SoyaC Betel. ' — FOR — TXTEDDIXG . PRESENTS, UP-TO-DATE WATCHES and JEWELLERY, At Sydney Prices. the Argylc Co-operative Central Dairy Co. Ltd.) Goulbum. CtHAKUHOLDEKS in the above Company ^ arc requested to take notice that the first call of *2s, nyv jtfuue on all shares held in this Company* how clue payable on or before tlu> day of OCTOBER NEXT, at the Company's Oftiee, Markct-st., Goulbnrn. By ord...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The Late Mr. F. Waller. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

The Late Mr. F. Waller. Much regret was'felt in the city when it became known that Mr. ,VranU Waller, a one time: popular resident, liad passed away at his late- residence, ..North Sydney. The' deceased'was well-known in Goulburn as an amateur vocalist, ' and an enthusiastic cricketer. He "'had been postmaster at Mosman for a number, of years. About two years ago he suffered from a severe attack of influenza, which considerably weakened bin I constitution, and ultimately brought on consumption and heart trouble. For the past {our months he suffered greatly. Deceased leaves a widow, tlie youngest daughter of the late Mr. Samuel Ferguson, but no children. The remains were interred at Rookwood with Masonic honors. The Queensland railway working last fast resulted in a defloit ot £652,135. I Fifty thousand soldiers v.'iUguanl the Free t'b railway lines used by the Ciar and Czarina during their approaching visit to France, Two unsuccessful attompta were made on Saturday to 'Btit fire to ...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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"Robin Adair." [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

"Robin Adair." Ir was only tho other day, writos a July contributor in Lithgow " Morcury," that I road of tho origin o£ this song, and think it interesting enough to "pass on" for tho henciit of others who may uot have hoard it. Bobin Adair, when a young medical student in Ireland, for some fault or other was obliged to leave tho Dublin University. Almost penni less, he determined to make the best of his way to London, even though the greater part of the journey would have to bo accomplished on foot. An acci dent to an aristocratic lady, through her carriage being overturned, on Kobin's lino of routo, afforded him opportunity for exorcising' his medical skill, getting him a seat in the carriage, a hundred guineas (with which he iiniBhod his medical course), and an invitation to tho patient's house when over ho cared to go. An evening party there deoidod his fato. Tho second daughter of the Earl of Albermarle, Lady Caroline Kepplo, was a guest— it was a case of love at first Bight wi...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Closer Settlement. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

Closer Settlement. TO TBI! EDITOB. Sir,—I feel it my duty as a native to speak in great praise of the present ministry for pushing along this measure. The day the ministry re sumes the large estates, on that day prosperity is placed within the reacli of the young people of the state. It will not only settle people on the land, but will give tliem the same privilege of making homes on some of the pick of the land as was the right of the early pioneers. Twenty years ago Taralga was a nice little town and at that time there were only a few houses in Crook well, but what do we find at the present time ? Crookwell, a good-sized and progressive town and Taralga gone back instead of having advanced. Taralga has gone back because it is surrounded by the Richlands Estate. This land was at one time occupied by fifty-five tenants, but they were some what careless as they did not know when they would be put off the land. If the property were resumed their condition would bevery different. At th...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Braidwood Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

Braidwood Electorate. Ms. A. E. 'Chapman, M.L.A., is in re ceipt of official correspondence informing him that the following matters are under considerationThe erection of the Tallnganda bridge; the granting of a furthor sum of money for repairs on tho road from Heazlett's hotel across the Bod Hill; tho construction of a breakwater at Araluen Creek ; the bad state of road from Bungonia to tho Look-over and Caves; deviation and repairs on Timborlight road; erection of footbridge from Araluen to Araluen West; grants for roads—Araluon to Moruyn, Araluen to Braidwood, Araluon to Bettowynd, Araluen to Major's Creek, Araluen West past the cemetery; the construction of a small bridge over the Harold's Cross and Captain's Fiat road. Mr. Chapman ib adviBed that the papors in connection with the appli cation for a rocreation reserve at Kra warreo are still in the hands of the district surveyor at Qoulburn for report; that the minister has decided to oreot a new fence round the school at Monga...

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The Late President. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

The Late President. | It is suggested at Montreal that the Duke of Cornwall and York should re ; present the King and British race at President McKinley's funeral. The "Times." says that such a deoision would afford the nation the deepest gratification. No clergymen attended Mr. McKin !ey. The untiring devotion of the doctors and nurses is recognised, but the dis crepancy between the autopsy, report and the bulletins regarding the condi tion of the patient issued before death • has occasioned much comment. .There is a suspicion that the bullet was poisoned. Twenty-four cultures ■ivere tajten along the path of the bul let to ascertain why every point was gangrenous. After a private service at Mr. Mil burn's house, Mr. McKinley'sbody was taken to the City Hall, Buffalo, passing through lines of soldiers, sailors, and marines. Eight corporals carried the coffin two miles, the bands playing " Nearer My God to Thee" and Chopin's " Funeral March." President Roosevelt, members of the Cabin...

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Death of Mrs. George Drury. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

Death o! Mrs. George Drury. Wb regret to hear that' Sirs. G. Drury, wife ?£ M.r- ^ Drurv, of Straithaird, and mother of Mr. F. Drury, of Goulburn. died somewhat suddenly at the Imperial Hotel, Auburn street, this afternoon.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

Our Special. Wire. SYDNEY. Wednesday Afternoon, Three buildings were destroyed by fire at 3 o'clock this morning in the main street of the mining township ot Lucfcnow, 6 miles from Orange, It commenced in the residence of Kev. Air. Walker, of the Australian Church, 1 at present partly: unoeiupied, the family being away. The building and contents were destroyed, also two small wooden shops-adjacent. A fourth building was pulled ' .downta prevent the fire spreading. *The Fuiblic' SelfobrSi5brt» arc proceeding 9 at the Sydney Cricket Ground. There is a largo attendance; the weather is dull. LONDON, Tuesday Afternoon. The King's visit to the continent is drawing to a close. He will not return via Flushing as first arranged. The banks • of .the canal nt Kiel were lined with gendarmes and police as the Czar qnd Czarina passed on their way to Dunkirk. It is understood' that the chief reason against the Duke qf 'Yprk attending President MeKinley's funeral is that if is not desirable, that A...

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

Goulburn Cricket Association. The annual meeting of the above was held last night. Mr. A. B. Chisholm, president was m the chair. The attendance was good. ?'>c ,reP°rt nnd balance-sheet were read and adopted, the latter sjiowmg a credit of iilc which was deemed satisfactory. Much dis t cussion took place' in connection with junior oricket, and tho matter'of continuing it under the Union was left for the incoming committee to aetormino. The officers elected were Messrs. A. B. Chisholm, president; j. J Bruton, j. Somorvillo, Bov. Canon Martin. F Shepherd, A. E. Stuart, and E. Twyuam, vico-preaiclenta ; A. SioAlistor, seorotary, and J* W» Grovenor treasurer.

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

" Goulburh'Stock Sales. A i aik attendance at Goulburn sales to-dav, Very few sheep penned, chiefly fats: nricea lower ; best wethers ios'6d to ios I id, hog gets os 2d. About4oo cattle yarded, fair propor tion of fats.; best bullocks to .6105s, others 153 to £9 ; best cows £7 to £714., others £510/. to £6 10/. Store Cattle: Market irregular • cows ^3 10/-to X4 10/ ; aged shelly sorts £2 7/0 i 3 year old heifers to £4 ; 2 year olds £2 Jo/- to £3. Nothing representative forward m steers. Springers worth £5 10/- to £7

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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A QUEANBEYAN DIVORCE, [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

A QUEANBEYAN DIVORCE, Mil. P. K. White, instructed by, Mr.' W, p. Crick, appeared for the petitioner, Juhn Churles •> ilson ; Mr. Piddington, instructed by Mr. E. E. Abigail, for tlio respondent, Mary Anu Wilson, formerly Johnston. Divorce proceed ings In this matter began with a pelition bv Mary Ann >»ilson for a Judicial separation from her husband on the pound of his adultery. SubsequoDtly the husband filed a potition for divorce, the ground sot out bMng'adultcry by hi* Wife wUn James Onulflcld, Christopher Cosgrove, and Patrick Galliijriier, whd were all joined as co-respondents, Tlio two suits were then consolidated. The husband was made the petitioner, and tlio wifo the respondent. For tho wlfo a further Issuo was inolutfo^ lu the petition, namely, desertion. Pc'tltlonef-iahd respondent eaoh t|le4., aii9U'crti denying tho aUejfStiouB I the corespondents did not file auswors. The p'artios wore married in Quean beyanin April, 1888, according to tho rites of the Koinan Cath...

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BATTERED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

BATTERED TO DEATH. MelUouhne, Tuesday.—t7pon a report being received by the police at Castlemaine that Henry Dixon, aged 80, had died at his hut in Green's Gully, a constable was sent to the spot accompanied' by a doctor. They found the body of deceased lying un^er'a bed; .and in such a state that Jeft no doubt as to'Tiis deatlf having occurcd several days ago. An exam ination showed that an assault had been committed on Dixon, his head being battered about, and the body, wounded in several places. Mrs. Dixon, who lived Witlrtcfoh&e/jj'.was arrested on a charge of b&Rg1drt)hi£ ahd' dis orderly. "*' When questioned about her husband's death, Mrs. Dixon, who was in a drunken stupor, said that Dixon went suddenly mad on Sunday night, and whilst in that state stabbed himself with a pocket knife. Fearing for her own safety, she tried to take the weapon from him, but he turned on her, and cut her hand in several places. Being thup assaulted, she say*, she had hid for the n...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Yorkshire Terriers. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

. Yoritsyft T#«'<er&, Mh. 1'. McSiiaxg has just received from Cap tain Johnson, of Bradford, England, two Yorkshire terriers. They are very line speci mens of the breed and one of them took lirst prue In London as a puppy. One is 4 nivjUhs and the other 10 months old, Tlw Utter was the prize winner.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Big Fire in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 18 September 1901

Biff Fire in Melbourne. ' '* SlKMiiiCHXK, Tuesday. — IJcssirs. \\'iiliam Marshall and Co.'s boot fuetory at Port Mel bourne was' totally destroyed to-night by a lire which raged fiercely inside a five storied building from about 7 o'clock till 9 p.m. In about an hour and a half the whole building was gutted. The bulk of the hands employed at the factory knscked off at 5-,>o p.m., leaving behind only a few men anil an engineer, Tlie latter left the building al 0 p.m./wheii every thing seemed safe and sound, so that, con sidering the heart of the factory was burnt out, the'eause of the lire will be "a" matter of speculation. The building and nvichincry wife injured fcr- £6000, and (he stock for fia.ooo/boiH amounts being, it is said, cdveteffiirtfte Royal Insurance office. From 250 to 300 employees will be temporarily thrown out of work. Mr. S. Slwte hits been elected vice-presi dent of ihe Crookwell School of Arlsi'ii place 'A 1 to-, A, I. O'Kcllly, who resigned on accoii"i of lea...

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

, . WEDDINGS. At six o'clock this morning S. Saviour's Cathedral was the scene of a guiet' wedding, wh'cn Miss Matilda Donnelly, of Bourke-strcet, was married to Mr. E. M. Davics of the rail way department, and son of Guard R. Davics of Sydney, and formerly of Goulburn. Canon Martin officiated. Miss Davie*,.sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. The happy couple left by the express for Sydney, where the honeymoon will be spent. ? the-Wesleyan Church at nine this morning Miss TffafceJ Evans, eldest daughter of Mr' and Mrs. D. Evans, of-Auburn-street South, I was married to Mr. Thomas- William Phillips of the railway department; GouiburiV rind second son of Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips, of Mulwarrec-street. The officiating minister was the Kev. J, W. Winspear. The bride, who was given away by her father, was at tired in' a Very handsome white Indian linen costume, trimmed with real Maltese lace and orange blossoms, with the customary veil and wreath. "'She wore a gold watch and muf...

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

Masonic Ball. The ball, which takes place this gvvuing, promises to eclipse all previous Records in decoration, music, and geyeM effect* Visit ors will Iks present from Sydney, Ilowral, Marulun, Mossvale, Yass, Miirrumburrah Wagga, Cooma, Bungcndore, Uraidwood and Gunning. Contingents of a dozen or more are expccted from some parts. The following Grand Lodge officers have arrived : 7^ i \?r\ \J* G. Moon, representing the Grand Master; V Wor, Bro. Washington H. Soul, G. Trcas,; Wo!-. Bro. D. Moon, G.J.D. : Wor. Bro. J. bnapo, D.G.D.C ; Wo.-. BrosfB & ^lovd ;<»{! W- Hill, Grand Stwwfa. \\ 01. Bros. Daiuis, Williamsnp, Goodwin P^««SSSwaife fa' f qil-v' «»«»w!.» • 7 'wmi 41 Vim was m sho'vii ov«r which they were Mr. E. C. O'XeiJl, a police mnifltftrntu sp^ikmg at lta!l)ur,l, ^u\ th; t Protwia' u •'merely Mr m, ouiin^," v.itllolitti iti uvvrvuee |g thu

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901

CRIOKET. Kialla Cricket Clud.—The eight annua' general meeting of tho above club was held at the residence of tho president, Mr. W. Kennedy J.P., on the Oth instant. There was a very fair attondanoo of members, and tho president ocoupied tho chair. Tho secretary road the report for tho lust season which showed that from a cricketer's stand-point tho season had been a most successful one. Altogether 17 mutches were played, 10 of which were won, 0 drawn and two lost. In the two latter, the olub was poorly represented. A feature of the season's play was tho competition for the " Roso Challenge < up." Crook woll U. G. held the oup at tho commencement of the season and had G points to. their credit, when mot by Kialla on tho *4thrfovember. Kiallu won easily and never once sustained defeat in these contests throughout tho season, finally winning with a lead of 18 points over Crook well, tno next nearest competing team. In all six matohes wcro played for tho cup, tbreo against C...

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