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New South Wales Parliament. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

New South Wales Parlia ment. ? ♦-— — ? — ? SYDNEY, Tuesday. The Legislative Assembly met this afternoon, and suspended the Bitting to present the Address in Reply to the Liuutenaiit-Gtnemur's Speech. On the lluutd resuming, Mr See told Mr J. Fitzpatrick that Sir Frederick Dai ley was di a * ing £3,500 a y ear as Chief Justieeuua ti,wua yearns L/ieuteuant Govuinor, aiuoioty of which was refunded. The matter of reducing the Governor's salary to £3,000 a as under consideration by the Government. The Treasurer i-aid iu reply to Mr Ailleck, thut tho total cost of sending tlie contingents to Suuth Africa and China to June 30 was ^'383,443. Th.s amount had been paid from tbe c ins. vltdated revenue fund, but it was impossible to any how much was still due, and the full amount could not be .ascertained until the close ui tbe war in South Africa. Tho Premier informed a member that at the da e of tlie 'census there were in tbe Btate 9,750 Chinee, including 1,151 lialf-castua. There were 115 C...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shearing Troubles. MEN REFUSE TO SIGN P. U. AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

Shearing Troubles. MEN EEFDSBTO SIGN P. U. AGREBMENT. Following upnn the speech of Mr W. V. 8|rtjnoe, M.H.R., «t Hay, atiout a fort night Bgi- oamc th ? newu that a difficulty had »ccurr- d at Ul^nia StHtiuu in that district. -SPIio HheaK-rs lefuse t to com mence work under tne Pastoraltsts' Uui -n AyreetiiHi't, and th« shearers and ruuse abouts lofr the stttiou in a body. Wo *eri! informi-d -ast evening by the Mr E. Grayndler, te-r. tsiy of the Riverina branuh of the WVkors' Unioii that ull^ar ing commenced^: Clunga «B ' Wednesday under » verbal Agreement. Trouble has also- been experienced in thit district. On Tuesday uncaring was to have commenced on Wnnganella Estate but the shearers and sb«d hando refused to sign the agreement of the PaatoralbU' Union. It is stated that the men were willing to commence wbrkurider a venbal agreement, but this tvqitie'st -w'mi refused, and tbe mm then quietly left t^e station. On Wednesday the same difficulty oc curred Nt Mundina Station in this ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australian Natives' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

Australian Natives' Asso . ciation. The fortnightly meeting of the Denili. quin Branch, No. lb',.-if the Aus ralian Natives' ABSooiation was- held at tliu Tem perance H-ill on Monday evening hst., Bro. R. J. Eames (Pi-esideut); occupied the chair, and there were 19 other, mem bers present. ? The minutes of the previous meeting, ware read and confirmed. COBKESTOXUENCE. Tbe correspondence included! several letters from the General Secretary with; reference to mat'ers connected' with the Lodge ;und from tbe Council Clerk say ing that no rebate could be granted on-, charge made for the hall. : Pnoposmos.oK Candiiiates. The following candidates wore pro posed, to be billotted for at the ' next meeting :— Messrs. F. Jane, J. A. Sale, G. Evans, C. B. Jones,, and J. M Dorward (honorary), andi Messrs V. Taylor, R. Memlf, J. Cupit; R, Stevens, F. Lloyd, F. Mitchell, J. F.JNaughton, andJff. Hubbaijd-benent).; . Accounts. Accounts amounting to £316s9d wera iW'seH fnr payment, on the motion of B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

JOHN ADAM, Tobacconist, Newspaper & News Agent, XANER HTKJCKT, DEN1LIQUIN. 'I1IIIC Il'-ferpi!, .Siimlny Tiniw. Arrow, 1 Siioriiiic .l»'l(.'c Trui h. W..il;.rr. Hawk. 1,1 I)|.|ii|i.{iiin Imlpueiidniil, Windsur Maua nir, HnniiMv.iiilis Mni;B?.iiif. I'ictorial JlHii'iiim- -^ism!I'h Niiw 1'einiv Mii«aniH', I'lmriiiK -'ions MHcnriiii!. Oiwa-li'ii Saiiinlny .Inm.inl \ iiK,l-i.ti:.Ti .1imr:i:il. AiiKtr.iliaii Mi-—: Journnl. WcMenV Jlonllily, Iji'iiuli'ii UiVKHIiiikr.r Hiillle i^iiiiiko, liiiinli -l«oU. IVIi-viivfTnluk, Over IjiihI hllil Sea. Hoys' l'f-i Hate Ulnary. Huffiilo HillV l.iljriiry. lleirfb Knsn LilimVy, ?IViiu HJnc War Mb inrv.IlliiMi-nteilHil*. KUutuliy Hits, Tit Hiih, Ally Slnpur. Scmiih, Unap Shiilc. AnK«i:r-, IVai-wni'd Woulily. Ci«iin'llc, 1'lioto Him. llhihlialiiil llp-lo-Italu, Itnj-h1 L'|i-lo-Hate Nnvcletle. Aldinc U. lloliilay. Ol'iimiali lU-ral.i, (lliristimi IIihIjici. Police Hudirei, Worlil'a Coinii!. Comic Culs, Comic Life, (?olorei- Comic, Illuslrnlcd ('bi|...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Suicide at Jerilderie. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

Suicide at Jerilderie. -?-?♦?? On Wednesday iiiumiug last, wnols Mrs Kmrcnca 101 zn James, nifo of n dontis:, coiiiiuittod .suicide hi JviiMorio by hunt ing licrsiilf. U.-coused lately KjipJ.rod to lie 111 11 very des|nn,dcnt fra'mo of iimio1, ?iccHsidticd by a (irKi-rtiuii uf her Inisband. b-i,lcnco wont to show at u inajiisterial inquiry held nu Tluusc'ay th»t docensed (iull'sri'd from halluciim-iniiR. and i.iiajined thai lownspiiupli! intendLd Li niurdef hur. After a'toiii|itiu^ to upvn tlia v.-inb in hur lafi arm i-ho tiiwi « \t'oa- «f Kirmg amnnd lier nock, nud Etnudiug ujiuii n I101, I a-ssod a loop of (he MriiiK ovor a hook Ii hind the ki clien door, th.11 kickinittlm l«i\ away she succc-ilml in mkinjr Ikt life. J)r. lt.iliinson deposed Uiat dcooasud »ull' «Ted f,,nn menial duspundeiiry, caused ' ? 'S« Wnj; left in jiriv»tiini and -liH- tiL-hh. A vi-rdicr «as returned thul her -l™ h was e-used liy hwig nK whilst i 1 b tu nl tcinpo-nry insimily Tlw deceased l.avrs beliiiid her...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Sydney Chat. SYDNEY JULY 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

Sydney Chat. /l-Y-.-t . r-i i,-.'.V r.illlJI'.U'V.PIA-Tl. tiMiM.V. .Ill V .10. T!if i-«-'-ii ;v of l\irl::'i!i-.]il )nA Wi-ilm-iilMv wns n very lini' niT;iir, from a -sp- Vlnnilar point of vii-w, eniii j,.iv-l wiih many similar n-roniMniol :i; ilif p;ist. Jlr-mlii'rs had hnr-I --.vnni in tlio ilny jeforc, wlion 011I1 ? wn f.iilfil to put in an nppi-itrancii. Some pr-nplo aw unkind «noiij»h ia , ~ay that tl)« soilprnj prninplituili' o ? ?iipmbnrB in attcmlinR to uAc the nail umk due, in n Kri'iit inonciiri1, to t!i fict tbiit salniii'fi ilato from the day 11 j lining suni-n in. 1 j As usual, a lurgn diiihIiit of Indict wfm pr«sont. ttt Uip oprninc; o£ I'arliaj j went ; tho wives of hnlli nM iind now inniiiliera bfitiR much in evidencf. ; Tlio Assptnhly prpscnted a rather '?trimse n.ppoariinre — thn fiiniiliar tiu'iiri'3 of Sir William Lyno and Mr -;,? H. llfiid being greatly missal. P.irliainnnt soon pot to work in true rarltamonta.iy fashion, the thiwU if Mr rilzpatriek lo 'h.in^' M...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hospital Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

Hospital Committee Meeting. The ordinary monthly -neeting of the Committee wan held at tliu Schu'l «f ArU on Tuewlay evening. The Pre«ident (Mr E. B. Cotton) occupied the chair, and there wore also im-sent : Mensra. b. J. Liman. H. A. Glyde, K. P. Sh«w. A. ». Jefforsitn; M. J. Carew. D. Tennant,. T. Tyrcr, J. Geraffhty, and H. Lloj-d. Tbo minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Rehmith. Tho Houeo Committee reported thar Buveral vimia to tlw hospital had 1»pii made. The Committee thought that the vcije'able garden should be attended to, and that the fruit treea should be pruned and inulehed. Dr. Noyeusaid theMatrnn had left for. her month's holiday, and that the nur*. ing work was being carried out well by tuo two nurses. l)r. Graham reported that the only serious case under his c»ro was that of .Tackey Lewis, who was suffering from bronchitis. 'I'flo Matron reported mat eveiyumiis «as progressing satisfactorily, and the in te'iml condition of tliu H»»pital was as fo...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

KOimu, ; The Horough Council is receiving guM pumiises. of sujip n ia it^aru to llu- lucking of the rivers fioin all ihe municipalities in die (lure states ailV-cted. I Last 1'riday ov.nina; Consiablf ' M'Caithv arreslcd a jdung m..n I iLtnu-il George Fiiiukiin M-K-nzii j M.trper on a t-liar^u of nhi.iiinii^ ! i.i.mey from Mr 1?. E. i^eer, iron' \ monger, of Higli-sueet, by means .-l | :ilse r«piest!iiialioiis. Harper, i' I appears, wasempluyed by Mr _Uuer j .1-. .i canvasser in ilie country, ant! I the latitjr one day mentioning thai j lit: had to nipet a lull, |,m was s.mie I ivhat sliort, Harper said ' Oh, 1 car, j kx that f.ir you, J have tnon.ry cum rttt to me.' He ilieii uave J3.«r a «.u- q'ie iur 450 oim. in remin »t;ei tii\f. hi.n sever-il chi-ques on v.irioui- ] |-'i|ilffnut of his sa/--, a nil Jiarpsri »(.l these cashed. i^t-er had die ?';'0,--e qiven him by H.njiHr re ''iiiu.'d niarkid ' refer 10 draper.' A-x.ihiii was hi-furi! dii; rnuit hi ^dtnidiy tnorninc, and runiani...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

Ourselves. Aqaik wo tako pleasure iD addressing oursolvee to our constituents, with the particular objaot of calling attention to nnother alteration in our arrangements for the more effective catering to tho wonts of our numerous readers. It will be fresh in tho minds of our readers that at tho inception of the 1 ndcptndent— over three yours ago— wo modestly commenced publication upon a sheet of uupretentious size, but at tbo same timo wo expressed tho hope that, as a result of the support wo anticiniited. i™ wnnlr) ennn l.n ot.i. to increase tho size of the paper bo as to bo at least equal with our con temporaries. Twelve mouths later our expectations were sufficiently re alised to justify the issue of a double sheet, which progressive movement we have sustained until the present time. Now, however, fresh circumstances .have arisen, and tbo hope of threo years ago has become an accomplished fact in the issue here presented to our readers1 uotico. Itij with a sense of satisfaction w...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Future of South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

The Future of South Africa. An Knglisliin™. wliosottlwl in Capo Colony sotnn yoars lif/orn tho war, and has been living on fiiwi'lly terms with hia Dutch fcllow-siilijwcl* ever since, nommuiiicnUis to tlm ' Monthly Ko viow ' a fon-cmt of the f»ti''e relations of tho llriton ami thn Unnr in tint colony moro piirlicnlarly. for thero lies tho key of tbn fiitiia-t-ioii, he suys, l» causo ' when it m loyal to tho King throughout tlinro will lm no .lossiliilily of war lii-twiiPii tuo Dutch onij the Kn«li8h anywh'r« in South Africa.' Hn -1opr not nx pert « lint tho flourishing trade which is Innkeii npou as Biiro to follow tho war, will materially initiate tbo racial h-itrwl. This can only be nffecteil, ho thinks, by tho Dutch living their daily lifo among the Britons, and perceiving that they are worthy of be ing tho paramount race. ' The future is hopeful,' ho writes ' when tho pre sent circumstances are changed, which every man supposes they will be. Or ganisation is certain to bo well ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

CARLTON LIVER. Another Effectual Cure. The Case of Mr. THOMAS CAMERON. (A u littn sfci«i-r'« Kfpo't- ) 'II came like a tluinrteihi.lt, whan 1 apprared to be In the lieit of heiilili »nd etniiflli, tt.' iking me iu ihe lim-k -i{ tlie ueck like tlie Mi-lilen plungo of a tharp knife.' Tliii i» liniv Mr. I'h'imn OaniBron, uf 211 IV-linm «trfot, Cirlton, deicrilieit hi» tiiHt lyinpimn of liver tronlje. Thfl nerioue prmiliii playel by lha liv-r cnii only he unileisinnj l-y thnae who liave ntudieil Mint orgin'a ptouliai irin ; at tiinM allowing It* evil wnyi wi' 11 the slow dellberaliou of years, at others moving with startling nwifluenr. Aid, again, the liver has no tiie,l location ia the body (or iU diseased manifcKtatiunii ; the nervous system, the iligcat.iva organs, thn kidneys, the heart, 111 .y lie atlaekeil singly or all together, so potent is iliii vital organ on human health anil Imppinen. ' At the time of my Mtacli,' nail Mr. Cameron, '? 1 win work j/i^' ii(- couuiry *t m piaon ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
D. and M. Railway Co. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

D. and M. Railway Co. HALF-YEABLY MEETISfi. . Tho fiflv-fonrlli half-ynw-ly mwitinjr of the P. and M. Hailwiy was holti I at tho Company's offices on Tuesday morning last. Tho Chairman of Directors (Mr G. Si mm ie) occupied the chair, and there were also present :— Messrs .John Holton (director), II. Allllxin sunr., it. aiiiiioh jum., ?»*-? Skinner, J. Hnlliday, H. Jinks, .1. Hellioriiigtoii, Cl. Hethwington, J. Pether, V. lleriot, and D. Tennant. Kbport and Halanck-Shbet. The report and balance-sheet wero read as follows by thu Secretary :— ' Your Directors beg to submit the etate mentor Arc*..... ami IUInni* Sheet, for the half-year. -o 30th .Tune, l»0«. and are pleased to stale tlint notwithstanding tlie long continued .irought, Ihe returns show * RliRlit improwmnnl on those for the cor rannonrlinE iteriiid last ye«r.' _ _ ?? The lia-lam* ^tnreriit of Ihe Kevenne Auoount i»«3*,32O17s 1H, out of Mh.ch Tour Directors recommend the payment ut a dividend at the rale «'f * P-* ceil, p...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Vote for Women. MR SEE'S INTENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

A Vote for Women. !mR SEE'S INTENTIONS. The State Premier (Mr Soe) was waited upon on Saturday by a large number of women from the combined womanhood suffrage leagues of New town, Glebe, Annandale. Camperdown, Bedfarn, Toxtetb, Darlinghurst, and Erskinovillo, to urge the early intro duction to Parliament of the Women Franchise Bill. Mr Hollis, M.L.A., introduced the deputation,. and amongst other gentle men present were Mr George, M.L.A., and Mr M'Gowen, M.L.A. Several speakers, in putting the case before the State Premier, said the women wanted the bill introduced early in the session ; they objected to any proposal to send the question to a referendum ; and it was said they did not wish to oast any stigma on Mr Wise. Last session be was placed in the unfortunate position of having to introduce a bill the principal of which be was opposed to. It was believed if Mr Wise bad to bring in the same or a similiar measure again ho would do it in a different manner, for Mr Wise was one of ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Municipal Council. MONDAY, AUGUST 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

Dcniliquln Municipal Council. ? « — .__ Monday, Acoost 12. The tisuat JorUiiBhUr meeting of the nliove wm held at the Council Chambers on Monday evening last. The Mayor (Alder man F. Jane) occupied the chair, and there woro also j.rcKi-nt Alderniqn Jones, Pen-in, Jefferson, G. EvanB, Taylor and Latchford. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Letters were read— To the Secretory A. N. A., eaymg that no rebate could be granted on the charge made for the hall ; to J. G. Kvan«, M.P., asking him to ascertain from the Department of Lands whether a man was to he eent in place of Mr Broughton, who had been promoted to Hay. To M. J. Carew re slaughtering licenses ; to the De partment of Public Works re payment of ir stalment and arrears on waterworks ; to J. G. Evauf, M.P., forwarding a copy of the letter, and asking him to interview the Minister. From the Public Works Department lay ing that £1035 12s was owine for instal ments on we waterworks, ana asKing mat same be...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Freetrade Dinner. INTERESTING SPEECHES. MELBOURNE, August 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

The preetr^de Dinne^ ? ^ INTERESTING SPEECHES. Melbouene, August 12. Tbe annual fleet rade dinner was held at the Melbourne Town-ball to night, the occasion being one of extra significance in view nf the approaching federal tariff. About 300 gentlemen' were Boated round the tables, the chair beina taken by Mr T. R. Ashworth. The galleries were well tilled, a number of ladies being amongst those assembled to hear the speeches. Among the banquetters were Messrs G. H. Reid, Sir Win. M'Millan, Sir BrtWird Braddon, MeeBrs Kirwan, and Winter cooke, A Patterson, ' Edwards and Hughes, M.P's., Senators Sir J. H. Svmoii, S. Smith, and Dobson, and Messrs Boyd and Robinson, M.L.A's. The toast, of the evening, ' The Free trade Cause,' tias proposed by Sir J. H. Symon. There -was, lie said, no necessity for the party to wait uutil the introduc tion of the tariff until it unfurled its flag and shuwed what its 6ghting men were capable of. In his opinion, freetrade was synonymous with liberalism, wh...

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Shooting Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

£ hooting Accident A shooting accident, that was the means of creating quite a sensation in Berrigan (says Hie 'Advocate'), occurred a few miles outside ilic town on tlie Tocumwal Road on Thursday last week. Two buggies were being driven into the town, the front one occupied by Paddy Burke, the well-known Riverina bookmaker, and a gentleman friend, and the other vehicle, which was about 50 yards behind, bad for occupants Mr S. Searle, of Berripan, and Jack Green, the Numurkah penciller and well-known pigeon-shot, who were on their way to a pigeon match at Savernake. Green, from what we can gather of the affair, put a cart ridge into his gun with the evident intention of testing his reliability as a shootist whilst travelling at a fair rate of speed. When taking aim at a mark the wheel of the conveyance dropped into a rut, and, the gun going off, the charge pierced the hood of the vehicle in which Burke was seated — takingnote of his trans actions at Tocumwal races, — twelve of the p...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ove the Border. ELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

Ove the Border. ;bi.hociink. Shortly ixnroO o clock on nnuir 3ay nipht ajiro occnrrcil at Cornell Place. MadouG-Btn-ct, Carllon. It first broke nit in i throe-roomed wcathorbon-rr, dwelling occupied fo.y Mr J. WalLnnd the flames Bpread with such rarity Ihnt a strong hold of the odjoiing houses occupied by Mrs M. M'liyro and Mr J. E. Free man, had bctiseciirod before the fire men arrived fa tho scene. A strong detachment f)m the Metropolitan Fire Brigade, wiHjfive huso carts and two steamers, ul|matcly got tho flames under control Twr. houses and their contents wer totally destroyed, and the third \/i badly damaped. Tho cause of tholje is attributable to some curtains blowgon lo a lighted candle The nropert] whirli was owned by Mr Martin Inddrrn, was uninsured, and consequc tly, his loss is consider able. Several mlmbors of the committee of tho V.Rij. wuteJ upon tho Post master-Genral en Monday morning to ask if ntneys enclosed in letters addressed tojtho dub to cover nomina tion for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

A Nervous Shock. Neuralgia and Dyspepsia CURED. The Can of Mrs. M CAt-LAHAN. (BY OCIt OWN KKTOIITKH ) 'I nig utterly prostrated »'♦?« T»r vousne»s and weakness,' mil'. :-lr«. Miiffliu Caiiahiin, ut No. 17 V::.,i^ Rtruit, Woolloomooloo, to a moniker of the stiff. ' My illness whs brought on Uiruugli recciriiig news of the eudiicii I'cn.lli of n frii.uri, which upset, me coiisiuci alj! »', and litfon; my system had recovered from the first sliock, I w»B hroiight faee to face with (icatii a.,'»in. I was paying a visit to a friciiil wlio'm I had recinily loFt in the Deal of health, and on arriving nt the hnuse I was informal that he lmil died that day. On ciiti'iing tho Iioueo I immediately fuiulcd, uml Ml from the chair. It was many u lmig day hefore I even partiuly re coicmi I'linn tlie evil eflbuU which emana ted from unexpectedly learning of this: calamity, ami tlic subsequent ailments vlnoli ilic tli'i.ks produced caused mo a great ninount (if suffering.' ' What wero tlie ailments ...

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Melbourne Markets [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

Melbourne Markets Vat Snr.ci-. Tlir insrkn »-« fu'v Mipiiliiil, l.'l. I Ml Imvin-j l=«-«-ti ynnml. mcliulinK fi,««H) from Uiv.-rina. The ni|i|.ly oimsisti'd dm-lly 'I ::'»'' 1'ul useful (jrsrf.-s. with ii f«ir |.i.-i'-rt-'» I |-nillU. Till! dfllllill-i WHS Wll!...lll 11.11 iiialion mid with Ijut nielli llinjtiMti.ins prices ruK-d about I'tjiial Ui l»'t wi'i'k n rotes. IViinti cro-*liml w.'thur*, 18s tid to 'Jls ; ovtm. 22- til mid 2*.'s !ld, mill exceptionally prime Kivoriiin draft, 'J5s to 2fw ii.1 : n»»J rri.sshrod wethers, UU to J7s Ud : -»'WliiiL', ISs ; jiriuio croMhiind ewi, 15s till to 10s 9,1 ; eitin, 17s 'M w ISa.tM, few at 2tls ; piMKl, Jtt, (i.l to ISs ; miildliiii;. Hi !-J ; prime merino wethers, His Hi to 17b !iil, f«w iOs, will) excepumially |iriiiie Jtiverinn draft at 20s it.l ; fsuud im-riiui wothors. 14a 0.1 tu 15* !M ; middling, 12s to 13s 0d ; fow merino uwes. at 12s li.l Fat I..IMUS.— s.150 wore pi-mu-d. Tlio ileniuud wan unsteady, except for Hiuall proportion of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Queer Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

Queer Story. i|,,, !,.)inlnn correspondent of tho gV(il),; ?? Daily Telegraph,' says:— -?*) hi h'ar'' ll)any quoar yarns from cla-ii''1' 'f \-t0P°Tli' iu Australia, but nol oJc qaii-ii ho romantic as tho lalo ~r , ..u.rol'l Irishwoman who claims £ ,„!::,, wi.low of Phillip Allis, Into of Murray Downs, New South Wales, au,j ,j[ Victoria. Tho old lady, who musi i» vi rging on the eighties, came Bonn: lust year lo eoek for the will of ljer imslwnd. Apparently she has been worried from pillar to post over sine1, ami now she ia reduced to sell ju,,''miiiches in order to obtain tho nocw-sary 2d to got a night's sbtltL-r umioc the wings of tho Salva tionists. Withal she keeps hcrsolf shnliliily respectable, and has not lost vrLit of tlio sturdy independence which was liw ftoclt-in-trade when years ago she m a s*;ore an^ a ' P'*3' ' w''n her husband in the early days of the Victorian goldfie'.ds. Sbo is no whiner (or charity, nor would she accept the small picco of silver offered. All that ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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