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The Werriwa Times and Goulburn District News was a short-lived, English language newspaper published three times per week in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia.
First published on 2 August 1901, the Werriwa Times ceased publication on 23 December 1901. It operated on a platform of protectionism, and drew editorial expertise from a team of respected publishers, political activists and journalists. Several prominent landowners were amongst its provisional Board of Directors, including AB Chisholm of "Carrawarra", George Broadhead of "Inverary Park", Bungonia and Patrick Heffernan of Gurrundah. The proprietors were Arthur Connor Barrett and James Locke. Barrett, a tailor by trade, was a Goulburn city alderman and subsequently mayor of the city in 1902. He went on to stand for the Federal constituency of the Division of Werriwa at the polls of 1903. Locke had seen activity in a range of earlier Goulburn district newspapers, including the Goulburn Argus and Advocate for the Southern Districts of New South Wales and the Goulburn Evening Star.See the full Wikipedia entry
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