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WERRIWA TIMES NEWSPAPER COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901

WERRIWA TIMES NEWSPAPER COMPANY. The meeting convened for Tuesday next wilt be held at the Oddfellows' Hall at 2.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901

, A publican in Newcastle on Thursday was > ined 415, in default thfuo momfy/ imprison* nent. toy having permitted uiusic on his iceiisSed premises; A.telegram from Jusiyg staiw that William ;3all.miyne Tanfciirtf, a resident of Goulhtirn, vas found dead iu lwd o.j hi* *&u'4u<4»iw'& .inn, 1

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROTESTANT ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901

PROTESTANT ALLIANCE. The quarterly meeting of Belmore Lodge, No. io, Protestant Alliance, was held on Tuesday. A good attendance. Bro. Lowry, W.M., presided. After the usual formalities, including the passing of a large amount of sick pay caused by the prevailing epidemic, the lodge considered the rule passed-at the last meeting of the Friendly Societies Associ ation, giving members of affiliated lodges the privilege of having any lodge medical officer they preferred, and after much discussion a resolution was carried requesting the associa tion to make the privilege optional on the doctors consenting to accept the members or else to rescind the rule. It was decided to allow ihe celebration of the anniversary of the lodge to lapse for this year. It was re solved to invite Canon Martin to preach a sermon on Protestantism in 8. Saviour's Cathedral, which the members would attend officially, and request other protestant bodies to co-operate. The receipts were ^59 15s 2d.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 20 September 1901

Our Special Wire. • SYDNEY, Friday. : Late last night PatrickMcCarthy was robbed of £70 by a young woman in Hunter-street A daring robbery took place on the premises of Mr. Alcock, jeweller, Haymarket, eajlythis morning. The shop window was smashed with a tomahawk, and watches to the value of £20 were stolen. j LONDON, Thursday. Special sorvices tvoro hold to-day 10 all the obief cathedrals of tho United Kingdom in momnry of tho . late President McKioloy. Weftutiiihtcr Abbey' was crowded* Princess Louiso was present and-Earl l'emfaro e repre sented the Kipg ;<"tho' Duke of Yon was also represented.• * Tho iutorrocut 4ook place nt Canton, Mrs, MoICinloy wiih too ill to attend. The recent abortive Boer attack upon the British post on the Belfast, Delagoa liny line was made in the hope of capturing supplies. A similar raid is expected at Natal where the colonial forces have been called out. Upwards of two thousand Boer prisoners . are now nt Durban, about to be shipped. Seri...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Monday. THE BETTING CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

Our Special Wire. SYDNEY, Monday. THE BETTING CASES. TiiE Chief Justice this morning granted the; application to allow the betting shop eases to be referred to the Full Court. The September sittings of. the Centrat Criminal Court were opened at Darlinghurst this morning. LONDON, Sunday. . A FRE3H INVASION THREATENED. In militaty cirolca tho impression prevails that Commandants Louis Botha and do Wet arc co-operating with tho intention of compas sing tho invasion of Natal by way oí tho Transvaal and Orange Kivor States respec tively.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

ACCIDENT. Whilst taking part in a sham fight on Satur day evening last, Corporal V. Gould, of the Australian Rifles, son ot Mr. W. Gould, late railway statioumastor, shot himself in the foot. He was resting his, rifle on his foot with the muzzle downwards, when by acci dent he touched the trigger. The blank charge exploded and went through the boot and foot near the toes, causing a severe wound. Mr. E. Milne, district inspector, and others applied first aid and he was brought into town and seen by Dr. McMaster at Hillside. The doctor says that the youth had a narrow escape, and that it will be some time before the foot is well. Mr. and Mrs. Gould were telegraphed for, and arrived to day. Mrs. GouTd will stay some time to nurse lier son, who Is progressing satisfacto rily. A married woman jumped off Prince's Bridge into the Yarra on Suturday evening, ant} was drowned.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Death of the Crown Solicitor. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

Death of the Crown Solicitor. ! Un.. OsonoE Colqu&oük, Grown Solicitor for New. South Wales, died on Saturday afternoon ] at the ago of 71. Tho late Mr. Colquhouû was ono of tho viotiniB of a baggy accident at Forbes whilo oollootlng subscriptions for a testimonial to Mrs. Campbell for her heroism when Campbell's homestead was attaoked by bushrangers. Tho result wa& that ne had ono, of his feet amputated, ihns compelling him to1 throw. 'up a lucrative practico at Forbes. During his practico he defended Pen Hall, the famons bushranger, upon a charge of cattle stealing and seourea an aoquittal. Ho was appointed Cro*n Bolioitor in 1804«

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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£10,000 For Mr. Reid. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

£10,000 For Mr. Reid. I It is asserted on reliable authority that Mr. IH* Bold, the versatilo frcetrade leader» with others, finding that constant attendanoe ia their placea in the Federal Parliament interferes very seriously with their means of livelihood, con* template vaoating their political positions at the end of the present session. So seriously, however, would the loss of Mr. Heid from Parliament he to the freetrade causo that amongst the Commonwealth advocates of the I principle there is a proposition on foot to arise I £10,000 in order to keep him in the Federal I Parliament.

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Presentation to Mr. D. J. Cooper. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

Presentation to Mr. D. J. Cooper. Ms. D* J. Coopeb, new Superintendent of Teohnical Education, and formerly dlstriot inspeotor of schools, was on Saturday night given a «end-off and presentation from the teaohers of the distriot, who were present from néorly all parte to the number of 70 or 80. The present took the form of a gold watoh and ohain, with a silver earcLoase to Mrs. Cooper, the presentation being made by Mr* W. Carey Taylor,, headmaster of Goulbnrn Superior Publio School. Mr. E. C.- Bnyden, a member of the School Board presided. Messrs. Clark and Abcrnethy, on behalf of the country teachers, Miss Rushforth, for the female teachers, and Mr. Wiseman for (he assistant teachers,- spoke of ' the kindly spirit 1 which had existed between Mr. Cooper and all the teaching staffs of the district. Mr. Cooper read an appropriate reply, and intro duced his successor, Mr. C. O. F/ashman, who gave an interesting address and compli mented the schools on the high standard they had attain...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. By A. Lansdowne, Seedsman, Goulburn. The late soaking general rains have put new life into growers. The land is in. fine condition for cropping, and no 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 grown, 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, but warm at times, and some thunder. All tender seeds and plants must be sheltered for a time. KITCHEN GARDEN. Sow parnsnips, lettuce, peas, carrots, cabbage, beet, radish, cress, rhubarb, onions, celery, broad beans, and spinach. Under shelter or in warm places—tomatoes (red ruby and large red arc best), melons, cucumbers, squashes, marrows, pumpkins, and sweet corn. At end of month— French, butter, and...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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Road Bannaby to Bullio. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

Road Bannaby to Bullio. Mu. Rosk has received the following from the Public Works Department : —" With reference to your personal inquiries respecting the roatl Bannaby to Bullio, 1 am directed by the Minis ter to inform you that repairs to this road will b£ put in han ¿when the estimates are passed." Mr. Rose in forms us that the estimates will be passed in about six weeks when some other important public works will be commenced, •

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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The War in South Africa. LONDON, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

I The War in South Africa. London, Sept. 20. A third British reverse has occurrcd. The War Office reports that a superior force of Boers at Vlakfontcin, 15 miles south of the Waterworks, surrounded and captured two guns and a company of mounted troops escorting them. Sept. 21. The only details which Lord Kitchencr has received of the VJakfontein reverse, in addi tion to those already cabled, are that a lieu*' tenant was killed and that columns are pursuiug the enemy. . : Lord Kitchener hap ordcrcd-a strict investi gation into the matter. [The cable says that two guns of "A" Battery were captured. , This is probably a misreading for another battery. " A" Battery of Royal Horse Artillery, according to the latest army list, is at Dorchester.] Among the 17th Lancers officers killed at Elands River Poort was Lieutenant Philip I Leslie Russell, of Carngham, Victoria. I In commenting upon the recent British re I verses the " Standard" and the " Daily Tele ; graph" question the wisdom of se...

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The Destroyer Cobra Wrecked. LONDON, Sept, 19. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

The Destroyer Cobra Wrecked. London, Sept, 19. J The torpedo-boat destroyer, Cobra (turbine engines), while on a steam trial ' from the constructor's yard, Newcastle on-Tyne, to Portsmouth, struck a rock on the Dowsing Shoals and broke in halvos and fonnaered. , Twolvo out o! tho crew woro rosouod nlivo. Six bodioB bavo boon brought to QriinBby, Sept. 20. Tho Cobra was a sistor vessol to tho Vipor which was wracked during tho naval manœuvres Bhe had just boon completed at Elswiok. Tho Cobra Btruck at 7 o'clock on Wednesday morning in torribly rough woathor. In a few moments sho broke amidships. Tho whaloboat and tho dinghy wero launched. Fifty men crowded into the whuleboat and swamped it. All of tliom woro drowned. The chief oiigiueor, nine bluejackets, fiad two of l'arson's turbine fitters wero in tho dinghy, and they were picked up uftor having boon 10 hours battling irith tho waves. Besides tho navigating party of 68 men under Iiioutenant A. W. Dosworth Smith, there woro a numbo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

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COULBURN LITERARY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

COULBURN LITERARY CLUB. Mr. Maxfkeb presided on Saturday evening at ¡lie debate, whether Home Rule should be granted to Ireland. Mr. Bladwell opened in favour of the extension, but the popular side proved to be that of Mr. McHardy, who Jed the opposition. Next Saturday Messrs. Sendall and Soinervalllo will introduce a discussion 011 " Huxley." Mr John Lumsdeii, teacher of South Goul burn Superior Public School, is again confined to the house with a cold, but no serious con pçquencc is anticipated,

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The War in South Africa. Serious British Reverses. LONDON, Sept. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

The War in South Africa. Serious British Reverses." London, Sept Lord Kitchener in a telegram' dated Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock, reports :— " Three companiesof mounted iiifantry and three guns, under Major Gough, reconnoitring south of Utrecht, in conjunction with the Johannesburg Mounted Rifles under Lieutenant Colonel H. K. Stewart, sighted 300 Boers retiring from Scheeper's Nek, at Blood River Poort. ; " Major Gough started for the ridge overlooking the Poort, and asked Lieu tenant-Colonel Stewart, who was an hour behind liiiu, to co-operate in the movement. " The retirement of the Boers was evidently a trap, as when Major Gougli was within rcach of his objective the Boers suddenly under cover of the Poort attacked him in considerable strength on his front and on his right flank. "After severe lighting the British were overpowered and lost their guns. The weapons, however, w'ill be use less to the Boers, as before the guns were abandoned their sights and their breech-blocks were ...

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The Araluen Proprietary Co. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

The Araluen Proprietary Co. Tub Araluen Proprietary dredge during the past year earned a profit of about £it per week. The total expenses were exceptionally heavy, averaging ¿67 Jos weekly, but the directors believe that for the current year ex penses will be reduced to about £56 per week. During the week the dredge worked I 5279 hours in 50 working weeks, or an aver-1 age of 105 hours per week. The gold won I amounted to 123872 o¿., the weekly average being 25 0z. The net proceeds of tbc gold were £4619, equal to JB3 15s per onet. The expenditure for the year was £3377. Though 1 a profit of ¿1242 was made (of which ¿413 lias been written off the dredge account), ex pectations formed a year ago have not been realised, the immediate reason being that the dredge did not turn over the expected quan tity of material. The dredge, however, is ap proaching the creek bed, which will give easier and softer ground. The profit and loss account shows that the credit balance was in creased from ...

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Goulburn and District Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

Qoulburn and District Horticul tural Society. Tal annual bulb show of the above society wst held In tho Temporancs Hall on Saturday evening. Tho attendance wob largo, and a satisfaotoiy ontry had boon received, but the windy weather of tho past fow days detr&oted somowbat from the display, which was not equal to that of last year. Mr. ▲ Golfos, gardener at Kezusore Hospital, acted 0« judge, and the awards were as follow Champion Daffodil, separata entry, to be named. Mr. W. A. Cblsholm and Mrs. W, T. panlol equal, the Empress. Hr. Chisholm also obtained first awards for tingle daffodils, six daffodils (distinct variotiee) single tulip, and three tulips. Mrs. W. T. Daniel gained first awards for nine daffodils (distinct varieties), three hyacinths, tho special prize for amateurs for the beet collection of hyacinths. In non-com petitive exhibits she staged a collection of daffodils, a collection of hyacinths, and a twin flowered pooticus. Mrs. J. Graham won first for a single ...

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BATTLE OF COLE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

BATTLE OF COLE PARK. A coMWNEi) parade of the two local infantry companies and the Railway Rifle Ambulance ; Corps under President Milne took place on Saturday last, G Company, 2nd Regiment, I and E Company, Australian Rifles, 6th Regi ment; had about' 60 men each, and the ambu lance 10. The officers present were Captain Newman and Lieutenants C. Holdorf and M. Fitzgerald of G company, and Captain C. J. McShane and Lieutenant G. G. McConncll, also Staff-Sergeant Cook, of E company. At half-past three G company and the Ambulance Corps inarched off to take up a position be tween St. Patrick's College and Cole Park— the position selected being a hill on the re serve adjoining Cole Park, and commanding a good view of the surrounding country from all points. Captain Newman held the centre, Lieutenant Holdorf defended the right flank and rear, and Lieutenant Fitzgerald had a good position on the left flank. Captain Mc Shane had given the defenders half an hours start to enable thein to se...

Publication Title: Werriwa Times And Goulburn District News
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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News — 23 September 1901

. OOULBURN POLICE COURT. - , . Monday. Before the Police Magistrale and Messrs. S. H. Belcher and C. H. Roberts. CHARGE OF ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. ' George Frederick Craig and Enoch Am: broSe Reynolds (on bail), were charged with assaulting John AV. Mann, at Kenmore.on Îth' Instant, and robbing lnm ot about ¿3. Ir. Betts for defendants. .• . .Thomas Gulson, licensee of the BuHdere Arms, deposed that about three weeks aLo Hie two accused and Mann came to witnçsss hotel in a cab ; Crag and Mann had evi dently been drinking, and Reynaldswa. sober ; they cachhad'a small beer, Mann gave "witness 4/3 in part • settlement of an account he owed, and said that was all the ■ money he. liad ; after staying ten minulfSOi!!o of the others said to Mann, Get into the) cabV' 'he replied, " How can I go into a cab when I have no money? there were no marks on Mann's face. Alice O'Connor, barmaid at the Federal Hotel, deposed that about lhrcVXf™r, ™d between 5 and 6 p.m., she served Mann and another man ...

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