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Baico Court, Sydney. MONDAY, AUGUST 12. (Before the Chief Justice, Mr Justice Oven, and Mr. Justice Walter). HAMILTON V. GERAG[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

Baico Court, S^T Mosdav, August 12 (Before the Chief !„,««. Mr J^ Ore».««l Mr Justice Walk,rv [?] defendint. Thin was an awZ if. K d.«U-. of the Chief Jud^rfe ^ May 7 last, in the suit hyXl'11 Georg* Hamilton (idmbUuJior „ 1 ' agamst Bridget Geraqhty. hT?^' that ono J Connor em , ^ *£* Johnston and Fox, builder* and com^ b?\to'l**1.for hi-» * house «W which he believed to be his 0»n U defendant was tho real owner, and dl' .tood by and allowed him to build „„ £ land. The plaintiff, as administrator 3 Johnston and Fox, sutd Connor for th amoujit dae to the estate, and record a verdict in the District Court Th, Kepstrar, in execution of the juiinW conveyed all the right, title, and inter « o -Connor (if any) in the land to the plaim.tt The latter subsequently 2 from Connor an assiRnment «f all fl right, title, and interest in ihe land by wav of confirmation of the Registrar's cunrer ance, sod he sued the defendant in order to have it declared thas the laud vtL chargeable for the paymen...

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

It isn1* ali^ve. FACTl ?nrroHr-: Sye -'«?—!? FREE I 1L£»S_|. J Troiu«r» away, r*Sl3t«:» * WM' TROUSERS FOR NOTHINQ HlOnill - loBwryPurciuerefoMCfou HeMhS1' hand-made _ A IHlMmlr suits J-b~ measure Knl Illl ? WemtkeiltooWftcfiSMUhua Hill RBI VUe-tg-Untnn Fair tfTrsuen. Bill Hill ' rormrtsdfrMperl'tictlFtit. f HI till BuT Material anp WoihomMhif. :,' UV HH. .Stoi Sot TiXUmt-ui tinpU - * I FRANK SMITH 254-260 Pabramatta Road, Leichkasot, Svdm». The BridgeHotei, Napl«, Slr«t, D.nlll,Un, ' J. T. BOUCHIER, class. Accommodation. Good lH^™ GOOD GRASS PAM-OCKSFOBnoiKF« Sintrle and Double Harness Uor«,a ' ' notice, and at reasonable ratis 6ll0rle Note the Addbers— J. T. BOUCH1EH, Bridge Hotel, Opposite Public School. NOV^OiyTsALE. Raw and Boiled Oil, Turps, Draught Ca,stor, Stockholm Tar, Neatsfoot Oil, Plough lines, Plough Shares. Garden Spades, Forks and Shovels, Fencing Wire, Colonial Ovens j Iron Tanks. 1 At Reasonable Rates. I at I P. FAGANS', DENILIQUIN CYCLE MACHINERY AGENCY, END STREE...

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Municipal Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

Municipal Jottings. At the Council meeting on Monday evening, Aldtrinao G. Ev»n» moved to have a motion pUced on tha buiiaess paper uf the Muuicipsl Conference. It was tu have the uuuimuiii Clio uf £5 re duced which is now imjc seil for alaugbt oring cattle without giving tlio required notice. Tho mover wanted to reduce it to 5i but the feeling of the Alderman was not tested, as Alderman Perrin rose to a* point uf order and the matter tlropp.-d ; but it is Alderman Evans' intention tu havo it brought up for discussion at next meeting. There cm be littlo doubt that the motion is tcorthy of the serious con sideration of the Alderman, but it would bo absurd tu fix the minimum Gne at the paltry amouut mentioned by the mover. Alderman Evans 6aid the law was broken every week. So far as tbe actual wording uf the Act that (statement may be correct, but we kiiow that the spirit of the Act is 8' ill faithfully carried out. Of course in the days when cattle 'duffing' was re garded as a scienc...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

PIGEON SHOOTING. On Friday last' the annual shooting matches of the Carowa Gun Club were commenced. The attendance was very good, and the ?nominations large. The most noticeable feature of the meeting was the success of a Wah gunyoh youth, Max (irimmond, wno took £50 out of the £100 stake. Fol lowing were the results :— Messrs Smith, Wynack, J. O. Inglis, Turn bull, Laidlaw, and Grimmond, with two nominations each, took £10 a nomination, and shot on for the balance. After the- twelfth round Grimmond carried his two nomina tions right through, and won the re maining £30. On Saturday trophies of the value of £50 were shot for. Barnes with 25 kills was first, Wynack with 24 kills second, Locksley with 21 kills third, H. Brown with , 20 kills fourth, H. Brown with 19 kills fifth. Sweepstakes were won by Messrs Smith, Phillips, Locksley, Wynack, and Barnes.. ' ' '

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

SCHOOL. OF ARTS. On Thursday evening next tbe annual meeting of members of tho above Institution will take place. The following gentlemen have been nominated as members of the new. committee, the- election for which will take place on tbe evening named : — Messrs W. H. Allanson, H. F. Do Nully, Geo. Earngey, A. Fordham, T. A. Freareon, A. A. Fyfe, Jas. Farqu har, Dr. E. A. Graham, A. B. Jeffer son, A. T. Jones, E.. J. Laman, H. C, Langley, J. A. H. Sale, F. P. Shaw, W. H. Sunderland,. W, F. Swynny, Jos. Wallace, H. JL Wooldridge, and M. Wyse.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DENILIQUIN AMATEUR CAMERA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

DENILIQUIN AMATEUR CAMERA CLUB, The first meeting of the Club, at the new Club rooms, took place on Wed nesday evening, when there- was a fair attendance of members. The «oom had been most comfortably furnished and has quite an attractive appearance, groups of photos decorating tho walls and a plentiful supply of photographic literature adorning the table. We understand some minor work has still to be completed before the dark room will be available, but this is being pushed on, and tha room will bo avail able lor meruDers. next woes. oix new members were elected and several nominations wore made/ The- syllabus for tho first six months was arranged satisfactorily. Iu addition to the usual work it includes several outing3 for members, lantern entertainments, and competitions, several trophies hav ing been promised.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A CONTRADICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

A CONTRADICTION. Ye.ster.day afternoon the Mayor handed us a telegram which he hod received that ;day from Mr- J. G. Evans, M.P., relative to the Percicoota homestead selections. It read as fol lows :— ' Report in ' Herald ' irom Deniliquin re Pecricoota land wrong ; only 16 blocks, from!681J acres to 777 f acres. Have seen Under-Secretary. Will send Gazette.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPECIAL GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

. SPECIAL GRANT. No doubt it will be within the recollection of our readers that about two years ago tbe Government pro mised a special grant of £500 for the maintenance of roads within the muni cipality. However, notwithstanding the frequent applications by the local council, the money never came to hand ; but our new member (Mr J. G. Evans, had not forgotten the promise made, with the result that yestcfday the Council Clerk received intimation that £250. was now available for ex penditure on various, roods. This is No. 1 for our new. member.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

A SERIOUS CHARGE. On Friday last Constable Kolton arrested & young wan named Simon Henry, at Kara Station, Wauganclla, and charged him with carnally knaw inc a cirl named Florence M'Konzk. under the age of 16 years. Tho offence is. alleged to have been committed at White Hills (Bendigo) on or abcut 1st Match last. Henry was brought before tho Police Magistrate and Mr Jobs Kelly, J.P., and on the application of tbe arresting constable, who produced a warrant for the apprehension of accused, he was remanded to the custody of Constable Greenshields, of tbo Vic torian police, and Henry left by yes terday afternoon's train for Bondigo,. at which, place, be will be charged withi the offeuce.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

STOCK MOVEMENTS. The following arc the stock movements ninco our last :— 17 stud rams (Austniliiin Moitgagc Land and Finance -V») Wan yiuieUa station lo Cnnally station ; 70 rams, A. Limdalo, Wnndook, to Jurildorio; 4(10 net hum, 138 ewes, ami 61 tninbn, l.nriifilla In Melbourne ;V'l xtud ram, Wnngiiiiclla to O:iU mutinn, Victoria ; 1 stud mm (Goldsbnrough, Mori and Co.'h) Ilouniiko l« Mathourn station ; 20 bul locks, G ulpa Creek to Bendigo ; l.Wramn, Qiiiainoiii; to GunnodiiU ; 52 stud rumn, Wanganella to V. S. Austin, Borriyalluck, Skip'ton, Vicioria j 20 stud rams, Wmi KiuibUr station to Kxors. lalo A. M'Phcr ?(111, Ncrim Neiim, Vicioria; 15 stud ramw, WnngnnolU lo A- S. A us' in, Lnko ItoliiK, Yiistoria ; 200: taws, Muryha to Uonimerciiil Dunk of Australia, Miirtiold Rtition, 1 vanhno ; .'15 flud rame, Wnnga ih'Uh to Meissrn C G. and F. S. Austin, llorriyalkick, Skipton, Victoria ; 40 stud owoh, Ooren to A. AI'Boan, tilouarvou, Mount Pleasant, S.A. ; BOO wethers, L. l-iddlc. St...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OPENING OF A NEW CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

OPENING OF A NEW CHURCH The beautiful new building erected by the congregation of. the Echuca Presbyterian denomination was form ally openod on Sunday The building, which cost about £3500, is one of the most handsome in the borouch. It is erected at the corner of Hare and Pakenham streets, from plans pre pared by Mr A. E. Castles, and was ;built by Messrs M'Bride and Nicholh, the whole of the undertaking thus being carried out locally. Punctually at 10.80 on Sunday morning the Rev. J. C. and Mrs.' Johhstone ascended the steps, and the former said: — 'It gives me the greatest pleasure to hand Mrs. Johnstone the key to open the door of a building which has bsen erected for the glory of God. I trust we shall all worship Him in this building in spirit and in truth, and that many souls will . be won for the Master.' Mrs. John stone then inserted the k-?y, and opened the door, and the crowd flocked inside to secure a good position. Professor Harper, D.D., conducted the services, and it is...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIVER LEVELS EDWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

U1VKII LKVKLJi EUAVA1I.U. I)«iiili(|iiiii, lft 4in. M,oulainiiin, 7m. . MI7IWAV. Albury, 4ft. 5in. Kusion, I'2fl2in. Jichuca, 7ft. Oin, Waligunyah, 5ft. Til). Sw«n Hill, Cft. ? ? ' ; ' MURRIlMlllllilKIti tJuiuiagai, 7ft. Italranald, 3ft. lOin, ? H»y,.8ft 2in. ' ; Wagga, 8ft. ? ' ' . ruilMKG.' ? ' Wcnlwnrth, 8ft. (ribing) Pooncarie, lift, Monindie, i'ift. I in. Wilcaimia, 10ft. Bin. (falling)

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I.O.F. SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

I.O.F. SOCIAL. On Tuesday evening tho officers and members of tbe Court Riverina, I.O.F., gave a Social Dance iu the Masonic Hall. A large number of guests had been invited by the Court, and promptly at nine o'clock they be gan to arrive, and were each oue re ceived by the Chief Ranger, Mr F. E. W. Darling, at the outrauoo to the hall and formerly welcomed. About 9,30 o'clock the first set was formed, the C.R. oponing the dance with the Mayoress, his Worship the Mayor dancing with Mr3 Patterson Bhaw. After the first set had been Janced all went merry- as a marriage bell until about 11 p.mt when supper was an nounood. Tbo suppor was to say the least of it superb, and the tables (which were splendidly decorated with pink, white and blue flowers and drapes, glittering glassware, and shining silver), literally groaned under the host of good things pro vided by the ladies committee, headed by Mrs C. Viney. After full justice had been done to the viands, the Mayor (Aid. F. Jane), in a few...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, 1901. Wed[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

CHURCH NOTICES. Summy, Aoansx 25, 190U HWcttfiii, D-nilii|ii:n, 11 ».ni., and 7' 30 p.m. ;: a', the Il'inii'Sleiid Selections at 3 p.m. by tbo liuv. K. S. J. Harding. Also, nt WHiiuanella at 7.30 p.m., this (Friday) cvenim, by the same proacliet. Hart Wood, at, 3. p.m., by Mr \V. Halls. Cuuargo in. tho mprning, and Doni liquin, in the evening, by tho Rov. R Welsh. Chitnh-of England; Twelfth Sunday aftt-r Trinity :— Doni- Kquin, morning and evening ; Wnnganella i-i the morning. Confirmation by the Lord BUIiop of Rivorina. Pretty Pino (Mr M'MilJ«n'«). --- tbo nftcrnopii.'

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FIRE BRIGADES' DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

FIRE BRIGADES' DEMONSTRA TION. At a social gathering tendered to_ a number of citizens by the Hay Fire Brigade last week, it was decided that a fire brigade demonstration bft held at that town on the 9th Novem ber next. A strong committee was formed to carry out the necessary details, and it was agreed that cir culars be. sent to the residents of the district askingthem to assist the move ment. Wo hope to see the Denili quin boys take part in the demonstra tion.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

The OauQeld Gr^nd National Steeple. chase wiunrr^ .^coadia (by Alwsrgyle— Lady Peri), has been stcurod by Mr S. Millor, and will in future be trained by i. Wadu. The g-l,ding was put up for wile through Miwsra. W'illiiun O. Yuille »nd Co. at ihn Vjct-iri4 Horse B^jiar mi Monday, and Mr Miller got him for it00gn», nt which he-i---w muUpi^nrdmr, thouj:h, of c.urse, aft* r bin CnulUuld win he is likely to bu well up in tho weights ill 6leeiV.ocha.se events. Hibwnia, who easily annexrd tho Adelaide ltaeinj; Club's Grand National gti-oploehase on Saturday, won twioo Into ii\ Jumw .ivor sieeplochaso country. «-n iho opeiiniS day of the Mount tiaitil-j[or iiitieiing, t-hu beat eight up. itMiuMto easily in rh« SouMi-easiein ^Iee|i|. eliase, lujd t'n the m-eund day acortfiiUid iw nho likud tor the Mount Gcauilicr S-t-ejili', in which, by tho way, all but thri-o fell, thua wiuning three (iiih a ciiuKeculively.. A 6.KSSAliO-'Ai-:tltempt at murder whs |icr|H3U'^tvd on W^nenday iifterniMiii nt S...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

CHURCH OP ENGLAND. The Bishop of Eivcrina (Dr. Ander son) administered the rite of Confirma tion to some thirty young persons on Sunday morning last, at St. Pauls Church of England. There was a large congregation, and after tiw Hymn 'Gome Holy Ghost urcaror Blest' had boon euug. the Bishop trave a most instructive and tellins address to the confirmees. He said that although numbers of people thought lightly ol such ceremonies, and eveu questioned their authority „„;) nnnnocitv flip. Hhurrh in observinc them was only carrying out what Christ himself had ordered, and when tbo Lord had spoken it behoved man to be silent. At the conclusion of the Confirmation Service the Bishop again addressed the confirmees, giving them, most valuable advice and instruction i _ 11 _? *„!.._, ? AAnJiuit 'Rnfornnn1, to the mystery of the Holy Com munion, the Bishop eaid that when the Churches endeavoured to explain the sacrament by some long word such as transubstantiatiaa or consubstan.tja tion they imm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

JOHN ADAM, Tobacconist, Newspaper & News Agent, SAP1KU STUliliT, PliNIUQUlN. ?pilK Hcfcros. Sunday 1'injPB. Arcovv. JL ^|m^l inn .Igdfc. Trmli, Workur. Huwk. ki. lJi-uili-)iuu lnd|iceudeni. Windsor Maaa zinc, HariiihWorlliB Macar.ine. I'iciorial Mniraxiiii:. -:an-pll's N™ IVi.uy Mugnsiua, CkariUK Cross Alna.'iSJuc, Ou^oll'i. S;.nirUay .loiir.ial. Austruliiiu .loui:i!il. Auslralmn llo«.-- JournaL. Wddou's JlouUily, U-ach's l)ms-imakrr I'.nltle Smoke, Uuioa .luck. Itctectivc 'IbIch. Over Land uniJ s'qa. Hoys' Kiriil Unit; Library, llullulo I)ill- Libi'iir;, llcnil's V.aai Library, True Iiluc Wiu Lib rary, lllusttntcd Uitu, Sketchy Hits, 'J'it Hits, Ally Sloper, Scrapfi, Suap Sliots, AtUiwurs, IVjirson's Weekly, Uife'arelle, I'lioto Mils, lllu.-4lratn.il Up-to.Dnle, Hoys' Up-to-Date NovcleM*. /lldine H. HoHday, Ol.rlsliun Hcrnld, HliriBtiun Hud|-ct, Police KudttOt, World's Comic. Comic Cuts, Comio Life, Uojoreit Comic, Illustrated Chips, Piuk.Mc Up, M.A.f., Spare MomentRtNiiKBC...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

Sporting Mems. I By WiaLitsLEY.j According to a Melbourne paper Signor Carlo Dani, one of the solo tenors with Mr. J. C. Williamson's Italian Opera Company, was a crack racing cyclist in Italy. It is said that he owes his present position to -successes on the racing track, as it was at a smoke concert at which he was receiving trophies that his voice attracted attention, and thus he :was. induced to forsake cycling for grand opera. The Mbbnee Valley stewards on .Thursday disqualified James King for t wo^earsf or'sbspicious -practices in connection with tl?e Plunger case. They recomeiided that the term of 12 months imposed upon H. C. Parkinson, trainer, should be re duced to six months, and the same term imposed upon D. Coleman re duced to three months. Seahorse, who is well on his way to England to the order of .Mr S_. H. Gollan,! is in charge of D. Morngari, who recently trained Major-George's horses, /Though? Seahorse won the A.R..C.rNurse'ry Handicap, Criterion Handicap, Shorts H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

lOQKOUTj { LOOKOUT! . : .otas:; W:? ? : ? V'. ,,,?';: LLEHO!SA» HO! SALE HOT SALE HO ! iM HO I SALE HO ! Harry Dayey* Red Hbuse, Lycfeuni Btores, Third Block, Pall Mall, Bendigo, I j8 Holding one of the .?..'? ? Largest Sales ever held in MMDIGO; fHE GOODS ITIJST GO AT ANY I PEIGE. I eveeything in Our 'Warehouse Marked to I ; COST PRICE. I— '??_ ? -i- ?' Lh^i^i. ' -: ? ' ? ' ' ?'??? ? ;- ??'??? ?' ????'?????? I MM OF OOR PRICES S OW YOU WHAT WE INTEND Til DO. ' I THE SALE I « N« SHAM. I ????;? Old Prices. . , , Sale Prices., I ? ? ?'' ' '.' *? '.'s. d '?*;'.'? I 10 .White Double Sheeting for . . 5£ I 10 White Colonial Flannel for 6£ ? ,15 0 Colouial White Blabkets ? , (double bed) for ? 12 6 I CIATT1I 1O0 English Whitney Blankets I nALJll I /double bed) for ? 10 6 ? ? ' 4 Stripped Flannelette for ? I ??.-:-... dozen ,'.. ...; ?? .. 1 H ? ?'..?, 2 3 2-yds wide Floorcloth for 1.6 ? 15 0 Ladies' Mackintoses for ... 12 0 1 ??????? '8 6 Ladies' Fawn and Brown I .,;.=??? Capes for ... :'f...

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