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Love's Triumph. CHAPTER XV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
CHAPTER XV. (Continued.) Lminia, dressed in a pale yellow Bilk, profusely trimmed with lace, and tciinmod with flowers that looked like Btars of gold, oamo to show herself to her mother. The Bamo starry flowers wero shining in her dark hair and formed the centre of the immense bouquet she carried. Strings of amber beads wero twisted routd her throat and wrists, and her red lips parted Into a satisfied smile as she caught a glimpse of herself in a mirror she was passing. t . . " Ah, it's well to be you, Lavima, going here and there and enjoying yourself," lamented the invalid, "whilst I'm shut in my bedroom, andi my voilet velvet spoiling with laying by But don't she look splendid, Ada, jny dear ?" Lady Miller's pride in Her daughter's beauty overcoming her fret fulnesB. *1 It don't matter what sh© puts on/it's sure to suit her. It do Burpti8© mo that she can be satisfied to marry a plain Mr. when there's lords and earls that would be glad to got her!' "I'll leave you to rehearse my ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
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FAMINE AT YAMBULLA. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
FAMINE AT YAMBULLA. Bomuala, Wednesday.—A state bor dering 011 famine lias set in at Yam bulla Goldiield. For the last month the residents have • been unable to obtain beef at any price, and it is now a common thing to see miners scour ing the bush with gun or rifle in hand in search of wallaby or badger as a substitute, but often with poor results, game of any kind being particularly scarce. Not only lias the want of beef been felt, but during the repent rains the stores have been almost out of every kind of food, butter, cheese, bacon, tinned meat, iish, or jam being unob tainable. There was, too, only about 50 lb. of flour left in the settlement. A quantity of the latter article has, however, now been secured.
CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
CHAPTER XVI. Recalled to herself by the astpnish juent she saw in Pauline's bold 'black ■eyes, Linda was overwhelmed with •coni/usiOn, and tried to stammer an apology. She was heard with a significant laugh. " Ah, excuse not yourself 1 I may be ••trusted ; I shall never tell. You think that ii'is one great mistake on the part •of such a gentleman as Monsieur Arden j and me also, I think with you. ■Ho is of the haute noblesse of this country ; not titled, but of Rood blood' In la belle France we should call him a chevalier, and marry him to some demoiselle who possesses a lineage as well as a dowry. Miss Miller is superbc when I have dressed her, but"—and Pauline threw up her hands with a gesture of contempt—but she, with her roturier of a father, and grosse, imbecile maman, is no match for Monsier Arden. No ! no !" She talked so volubly and mingled French with her English so oddly, that Linda could only glean the sense of what she was saying ; but she had listened with nattering att...
MASONIC. Installation, Banquet, and Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
MASONIC. Installation, Banquet, anil Ball. The annual installation and investiture of Worshipful Masters, Wardens, aud olhcers in the two local masonic lodges tqok place on Wednesday afternoon at the Masonic Hall, liourke-street, The event was rendered more interesting and important inasmuch as it was the tirst occasion of a " joint" installation in masonic history in the southern districts, li addition to this it was known that a large and representative body of Grand Lodge inunberh intended to honour the ceremony by Ihcir presence ; hence the interest felt in local craft circles was vary great® 1 ho two lodges Gmtlburn Lodge of Australia, No. 5». Lodge Duke of Edinburgh, No. 76, assembled at 3 p.m., over one hundred members bunt present. Wor. HroTf^. Layton, H.A., of Lodge Australia, presided, having on his left a large number of Past Masters. After the usual preliminary business the officers representing the Grand Luilge were received and took their seats on the right, 01 l it pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
Insolvency.—Joseph'Longmuir Henderson, of Goulburn, clerk. Mrs. E. J. Roberta and Mis. E, Paylcc, aro, wo rwrpt to lunm, seriounly indisposed. The cere#ymy of laying the corner stone of a new house Lof Mr, William Koss, at Marutan, on Tuesday fast, \v:is jnade the occasion of a pleasing little demonstration in honour of Mr. Koss and family. Kindfy speeches were made by Messrs, N. J. Seoulla, Harrison, Ford; and Koss,
The Czar in France. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
The Czar in France London, Wednesday. president Loubct and the Frencli Ministers went aboard the torpedo boat Cassini; which, escorted by 12 torpedo boat destroyers, put to sea amid much enthusiasm to meet the Czar and Czarina. The Czar and Czarina expressed their satis faction at being again under the French Hag President Loubet received the Czar and Czarina. The liberation of 6000 prisoners announced the landing of their Majesties. The Mayor of Dunkirk presented the Czar" with bread and salt. The fishwives pre* sentcd the CUarina with the traditional silve? fish mm a crimson cushion. In proposing the Czar's health. President Loubet said the visit wasa spccial compliment to the army and navy, which were objects o( incessant solicitude. The Czar *aid lie and the Czarina felt a special pleasure in revisiting a friendly and allied nation. They were deeply touched with the spontaneous welcome accorded them, and greatly admired the striking, spectacle at the review of the splendid north...
Latest Cables. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
Latest Cables. LONDON, Wednesday. Consideimuli! damage to property was done I by an earthquake in Scotland. It was felt over the greater part of the country north of the Forth. , American 'advices announce that shocking scenes of bloodshed, pillage, and lire have been witnessed at Mush, The situation at Sassun is critical. President Roosevelt stales that Hie dicum stances of President McKinlcy's deatli pre cludes his candidature for the next presiden tial election, • Mr. Roosevelt added ll»t if he failed in his present duties he could not hope for future honours, and he would fail ii i?c gave a thought to the future before his tasjc was accomplished. . Colonel Hay states that the views of Presi dent Roosevelt and himself as to the foreign policy of United States arc in harmony.
CROOKWELL. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
CROOKWELL. (PaOSI OUR ColiKEBPOJiDENT.) The Mission conducted by the Pas sionist Fatiiers which commenced on Sunday last has been well attended, large congregations being present at the morning and evening services. The members of St. Mary's Branch A.H.C. Guild will hold their quarterly Communion on Sunday next, the con cluding day of the mission here, and altogether the closing ceremonies, appropriate to the occasion, should be very impressive. The Rev. Fathers intend conducting missions in the several other churches in the parish during the coming few weeks, and no doubt the same successful results will attend their efforts. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Literary and Debating Society was held on Tuesday night last, the subject being " papers." I had not the plea sure of being present, but I understood there was a good attendance, and some interesting papers were read. Work is proceeding smoothly at the local railway station ; the weather for the past week being favourable f...
Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, SEPT. 20, 1901. PURE WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
Werriwa Times. FRIDAY, SEPT. so, igoi. PURE WATER. It is a remarkable tact tuat many people live in a town and yet do 110 thoroughly explore the recesses of itt Vicinity. This does not, of course, apply to all people in all places. Yet still we must admit that the axiom may, in a measure, possibly apply to our own city. For some time past we have been endeavouring to place be-, fore the public what great advantages this locality presents for a Federal Capital site. One of the strongesi points in connection therewith is an abundant supply of the purest mountain water, obtainable within a reasonable distance and by gravitation; never • failing, and to be gathered in by a scheme of concentration which would not be inordinately costly. It lately occurred to us, that there if a spot (not much over 30 miles from Gouiburn, and within 10 miles of the northern end of Lake George) which is superior to many, or even all, ot the proposed points for construction of a reservoir. The place we refe...
DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS. A Motion in favour of State Aid. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS. A Motion in tavQur of State Aid. In ' the Assembly on Wednesday Mr. Daniel D'Connor gave notice of the following no.lion : " That, in the opinion of this house, he government should, as soon as possible, nake provision for supporting schools other han the public schools, provided that, on .'xaminaUoil, tl^eiv standard of education is :411a! to. the standard of .the state schools of Mew South Wales." Mr. Jessep asked whether it was the ntention of the government to grant statu aid 0 denominational schools >■ Mr. I'vny (SJir,islur for Education) replied hat the government was progressive, and mlikely to revert to the customs of the dark iges. (Cheers.)
Death of Mrs. Henderson. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
Death of Mrs. Henderson. YlisTERDAY morning the death occurred of Mrs. Henderson, formerly of Roslyn, at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. Burt, of North Sydney. The deceased lady had attained the age of 75 years, and was a very old resident of N.SAV. having come to this colony when a child. For twenty years she lived at Roslyn and afterwards resided at Goulburn for some years, finally re moving to Sydney. Her family of twelve sons and two daughters all survive her except one daughter. Mrs. Henderson had been suffering from a 1 heart affection for some months.
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
COMMERCIAL GOULBURX, Friday. Business generally is fair. The mills report trado steady with no changes in values. The wheat crop is promising well. Business in farm produce is very g&lt;od. There is a demand for seed potatoes as th; season promises to be favourable to their growth. Table potatoes are firmer and prime lots have advanced in price. They are quoted at £5 10s. Other produce1 »s un altered in price. Eggs are in demand and have advanced id; lard is very scarce and in demand at quota tions. Butter has with the advance of the season become tnore plentiful, and has fallen one penny per lb. factory is worth lid and dairy pd. Mkssks, Sands & Co. held a successful sale of prize poultry yesterday. "White leg horns submitted on behalf of Mr. \V. J. Lees, Bois Chere, topped the market at 21 /- per pair; brown leghorns on account of Mr. W. Mather sold at 17/- per pair ; langshans* on account of Mr. W. Parmenter (Howral), 12/; orpingtons, Mr. Shepherd, jo/- for roost ...
The Late Mrs. Drury. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901
The Late Mrs. Drury, The death of Mrs. Drury, wife of Captain • Drury, which occurred on Wednesday last, and which was briefly reforrod to in our issue of that dato, was duo to inflammation of tha. moui brano of the brain. Hor illness was of very briof durutioa—in fact up to last Sunday she was in excellent hoalth. An' attack on that day caused alarm and slio was brought to Goulburn on Monday and roceivod every attention at the rosidenco of hor daughter, Mrs. E Fryko. Dr. Burkitt was first in attend ance, and ho had consultations with Drs. McKillop and Morton, but tlio oase was beyond all medical skill, aiul terminated fatally as above stated. Mrs. Drury was 69 years of ago, and had resided in thiB district for the last ten years, having come here from Hyde. She was u most cstimablo lady, and her sudden death will be deeply re gretted by a wido circle of friouds uf deceased and liur family. Mrs. Drury loaves >a family of six daughters and threo sons. The lattor are Mr. George Dru...