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

Melbourne ; Facts FOR ??- Jj Melbourne j Folks, The Case of Mr. WALTER HART. (By Quroum Reporter.) A pitcher golug often lo tbo well is broken »t kst. A man careless of bis health, in different to tho common dictates of prudence, and, eoonor or later, diseaeo will pull liim down. Then, when stretched helpless on a bed of eickness, he has full time to consider what a first-claaB Angora ho has been ; but if he ib lucUy, aua wise id ume, ne win uuuevca thcu a remedy for. hia, trouble, as is well illustrated in the ease of Mr. Walter Hart, of 139 Roden-street, WeBt 'Melbourne,' who told our reporter some convincing facts. Mr. Harteaid:— 'lamnnativeofGisborDe, and it was there my mi-fortunes and euffer ing commencod. I used to be out working in the wet aud cold, and took no thought to . change and keep myself dry. There is no doubt I gut a chill that settled on my system,, and nearly aa posnible settled tne. ' I got frightful pains in tho head aud at tho top of the epino. There were cram...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fatal Shooting Accident. A BOY HIS PLAYMATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

Fatal Shooting Accident. A lurt Kill* HIS I'LAVMATE. A m il fm»i ni-ciilotit occurn4 «t Anna-, i £ iVii- 1 .hi Sunday afternoon, when a h£. '2 '.ill^O'lVkor.Hg^l^wa, l ii 1ii.mi.1i'1'' b«»rt by (inoiher boy of r,1 '?''??. 'iiiiiL'd llc'ri- Ho«an '.'. ' i'.. I,;, inline, in Shirluvuvenuf. -,„,,',,,,, ,,,,,lB).it2jB'clo?k, inurdorto i! ilio Si. Albwii Sudd.y-cchool,^!, Pri^hinihiP1'1'. Arm»i«le. Ho pssed U o lums, iu 1'ridham.streetwhoro liogan 1 ™ with his mother and graodmoLlior, IndaB heV^-dUo^' ***** * him f« n, (linvctundtth, and ^kedlhm toComo „«, wo » revolver ^ich h^iad. » ?»*. tcr wcnlitisi^. and both boys wentoflto he ImcIc verandah- P^ker ««°k *» noapuii in his hand, ^d»aid. ' How does ?f fir i' lJi''in- roaopod out tQ show him how iiVorked. tl«e other boy stiU holding tho wrali''' '»? Ilis h»nd £itb &o. V?rrcl C he acci(ler.t«lly pulled the trigger, as ,i.' 11L.xi moniuiil tho b,oy fell, crying, ' I ,.,„ sll0t through tlio ilysart.' ]la never »oke aftorUrds, and wh...

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

HCHtiCA. There was a very large attend ance at the annual horse parade, under the auspices of the Hchuca Agricultural and Pastoral Associa tion, held on Saturday. About 20 horses were naraded. thnsi* tak-on most notice of being Dirk Hammer hand -(winner of tho Adelaide Cup), and the trotter, Frank Kobbins, by Oterley. The wanderinc crowd of Gipsies has reached Eclnica, and are camped at the southern end of the town. The residents hope to witness -Jieir departure very soon. The transport steamer Biitnnnic sailed 011 Tuesday for South Africa, inking 267 men, who formerly served with the Australian contingents in the Boer war. The men are now return - hiff with a view of joining any corps which may present a vacancy.

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

Ovor the Border. UKM«OCI,tNK. Late on Saturday night a draper ,iam«l QJiyor, G^lpin, carryiflK on l-iiaj#jc*s ifl Bjuryiwick-sUeet, l'»lz ioy, was roljbcd of Uis day's Ja^iugs, ^ujppuling 10 £40, in tfold, notes ^uid silver, a cheque for ^o, and 4 ,-.,«! ai nrdpr for «. which was con taiftpid in a black leather bag, Wr CHpHV on closing his shoj), proceeded towards his home, o,t 131 Victoria-street about 35° )rards away. As he approached his bouse fcc saw a hansom, cab standing close tQ, his gate. He did not take mote than, passijig notice, thinking it was \Uq doctors vci.ncie. n,c pui ma right hand OP Iwb gate lo open it, folding the bag in his left hand, Suddenly \hrcq men sprang out of \\\f- cab, ap.d while dim of them struck him a blow op the back of jhc head, the others grabbed the Jiag, leaving him seqscless, The Hicn, retMnied to the cab, which dtovc ofl.. The police are inquiring Wto the matter. Detective pungey and the other pfli,cers lipvc been actively engaged since Monday...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Cricket Social. TROPHIES FOR LAST SEASON PRESENTED. PROMISES FOR INCOMING YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

The Cricket Social, TIl.on.UKS roll LAST SKASON VltKSKNTEU. ritOMlBlSS *\)R INCOMING YKAU. lite crickrt wiciifl licM in tito Masonic II11H mi Thursday owning liilb instant, was welj nltondid. S'lioSocroUiy ul ibe Awtnciniii.il1 (Mr A. IWlham) ro«4 a «t»toiiK'.iH nf tlic nmtclios j«)»yod for tho promiWfflhip. wl'icli Bliowed thai .out f-( iicbt niatchea i-lay?4 bj wdi -3ub tb« Natives were imcciwful in winning tivo, lVniliquin four, Klid. tliulVniltw throu. ' Tliu follpwiuH ti'ttpliioH for 'llu Y**1 soason wero llioft iircmintcd by tlio Mayov : — NiiiivonOriokot Club— Mcvon sUvcr isoddls, j.rwontcd by Mr Kr»ok Sparrow to the premier elgb,; and, £2 2s, presented by Mr JJ. Woyd for the ]iurcli»iiiJ ol niRtorinl. Mr W. Morris— Gold medal, presented by Mr A. JmnfRon for tho Uo»t bowling ftvonigo ; a Kold inodn,!, presinilcd by Mr II. L. WilkittBoii for the bust butting Kverago. ; and two 'mlvor-mountod pjpos :.. «..Dn .ifuMnntji^ liv Mr \V. '&. Latch in ijonw j#. »?-.«.. w — ™ — ...

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

It isn't a have. PACT ! tC We Ol»-e— GDPP f Trou.era «woy. rKLC 1 TROUSERS FOR NOTHING Te Every.Purchaser cf cm ef cur HAN0-MA0E r SUITS TO MEASURE We nuic t fyc Gift cf i Strllth ut Uilt-ts-Keapre P*ir :f Trcsten. T:rxsriciTnctttTinel ftrt.V; Sag fc: fitteu (si simple _, , . Sitf-Mosfcmnrat Term. ~-_L ? J FRANK SMITH

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

Passing NotesT Last week the resident. ,.f r . ] coming h.-»oCi.r|H.ralFulK?S.ul ?* ?toldien had burn »»i. ? T .'*? The returned oome lime »«o7buTlhk? *» I Enipire's,caiise, and on «w wtL** I turned Trooper Tindale, *ho M.'* I « a son of our old friend M£ W tP I da e,WH8 presented with a Cwl gold w-tch and an iuun.uuted rfdrT I while Corpor.1 Fuller and.TrWftT' I son were each- nnwnnfMl »;n. -AT tn.on-- 1 The chairman explained HmSTa I arrangements «ere being 22 M the presentation to Trocfper Tmil I there was no, word, of therorna TofrtJ others, an* that aocounted, I^Sji ference in the presentations. w 1 After reading what hu been done ?„ I amaatownlikeFmleswithi^ewhu^l inhabitant*!, tutu nnntl,;ni,: ? , uua™l beaoneinpeniH^fX^ would only rwe. to the occaMon/EI looa* boys have, wturned, and a foarthfl expected within aday or two. hi iJSH being treated to. glaa, -*w£f 5g| ha* been done in the way of ^2} thfiir efforts. in South Africa. WhVntKI wa*finrt bnoke out Deniliqnin.ws, ?££1 w...

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

HAY LAND BOARD. An important point came before the Hay Land Board lost Monday, in con nection with the a.c.p. applications of the Illillawa . Company , Proprietary, Ltd. In all the cases the applications were for the 'conversion of conditional leases. One of the leases, which it was proposed to convert, consisted of 2240 acres, made up of 1920 acres originally applied for, and 320 acres which hod been added1' to it in pur suance of the 47th section of the Act of 1895. The Board expressed a doubt as to; its competency to confirm the application for the added area. Mr Gibson, who appeared for the ap plicants, 'submitted that the section provided for a surrendered portion (as this was) being added to either a c.p. or a c.l. notwithstanding that such purchase or lease already contained the maximum area, and that 1 when it were added to. the lease it carried with it the pre-emptive right ot lessee to convert into an a.c.p. . The. JJoard held, (following the 25th section of the Aet of 188...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farmers' and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901

I Farmers' and Settlers' I: - ', :- Association, r;' BH ? -r»~ ? r— ... ..,;:??? K^itrtcoting of the' members of thiB'As ?wciation *aa hpld at the Temperance1 ?»sh-are%afiernoon. The President ?f1 *». Evans) occupied the chair, and, ?lyere were present Messrs J. V. Ingram, ?jj. E. Holmee, A. Daly, B. E. Taylor, J. ?H. Dorrard. M. Donovan, E. W. Mann, ?J-'MiichelU. Conway, — . Watson, Iff. touchier, P. Cochrane and P. Priest. ? lie correspondence- included a letter ?™p Mr CanipbeU. General Secretary, ?Pnng particulars as to the working of ?undies ; and from Mr G. W. Faulks, ?jSWtaig his Inability to be present at ?tameetiDK, butexuressinB his willingness ?-« become a member. ; ? ; R.^let'er *m also read from Mr R. J. R«n«!.by the Chairman; as follows :- ?j,Tlre to tender you, your committee, K™e..nieniuefsof the Association my KTn ?-a87°uthon- ^cretary upon ?Hepartmg ftora your midst *:j^ BvVl^'6 -the ^sociati'n. but neces RSW'is ^^h^with. my ?redit nui . , ' beln6 the balance at Bol...

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

A^sr8'^0 , vfniidav cwnlnn the f.ntniehtly i p& »l the Temperance Hall. Ur». Ji iS there ««» otller memb0I?i ''rh. minutes of tlie previous mooting Jriresd »-'1 confirmed ; and corrospon JSa «? ^ fr0IU *^° ^°UCraf S.ry forwarding reg.8trat.on «f 5«J «hu saving tlmt'twa* Sforabrothertohold two oflieea. Election of MEMnnns. Jbe following gentlemen were ballottod (^membBrsKndauly elected: dK 0. B: Jones, and O. Evans KIri) Mid V.Taylor, R. Metcnlfe.. ctell, and P- Hubbard (benent). ? Nomination of Members. The following were nominated as mem bers, uibe ballotfcod for at next meeting ; Meaw S J. Outrara, W. Bcrni), T. M rheadl H. J: Nance' (benefit), .J, KS, F.P.Shaw,- W. King, ana E, W. Mann (honorary). ? ? . ELECHQN OF P«EB?i)EliT..' '' ', I The election- oi- uramwn v»»r?'=^- *v the resignation of Mr R. J.^ames, then I U place. Three, brothers had, been I Humiliated. via,,-'8ros.-.H- ? Jf,, «Jopas,-.J. ; \1fi££** A- T. Kmry. -The Utter' I witbdretF his nomination, and on a bal...

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

Den iiiquin School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. rrtHE ANNUAL MKBTISG of-ihe Meiii-. JL bers of the SjcIioqI: of Arts will lie ? held on :|limKSDAY,-..AUqUST. 29, at-8 o'clock: p,m,,; ,_.. ? . . , BDSINEriS : : ? \ i 1.— To Keceive the Annual Report and Balance-Sheet. 2.— To Elect Officers for the year 1901 ?J ?'???? 1UP2. ? . . ...: . ? . : ;\ '' ''3.-^Ahd t6 tra'nsatt any other Business -..(-( ??? wiiicb may be' brougKf forh'aird in1 ?:ij - - acuoruanco wwn xne atules: ????-.? ?- iJ B. — Any Member can vote who has been' a -subscriber for three .months priur to'.thei Annual .Meeting, and whose Subscription is paty up .for the current Quarter, and those, desirous of Voting can obtain a Ballot Paper, by' applying up to the date of the meeting. ???'.':' ' ' . W. H. SUNDEBLAND, ..- Hon. Soo. Deniliqiiin Mujnicipal Council. TENDERS. ri^IIXDERS arc invited, closing/on Mondnj-, J.. 26ih instant at, fi p.m., for erectimt Kerbing in Cressy Street between JJdward and Wellington Streets. . . , , ...

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

A Champion Runner. . ..^ . ? A telegram in Monday's 'Daily Tele Iftvipy ' uuuuunced that Mr \V. O. ltusli, l»to i»«Btinii.tflrnt Culmr, dlwl there w«n what Buddenly on i^Kturdny innniing last. Mr Rush had boon ailing 'for some two years or more. He entered the iiosta! telegraph, service over 'JO yenrs agu.1 In his day he was ono of Sydney's sptediust enthuKiaatic iimateur runiK-rs. Tiiere were few wh-i could foot it wiUi him at anydisunco from 100 yards to half a mile, or even a tnilo at a pinch, and when it is told that he had for oonieirporaries such qroat porforrm'rs ox. the cinder path «s Spoffurth (the ' demoii liDwler'), Bonnor (the giant batsman), ? ' Pul ' StmuBon, and ' Theo.' Richards, Mr Rush's quality at a period- when our amateur athletic meetings were aniong the great attractions of.tiio year, and drew thou sands where thpy do not dra.vr. hundred? n -\f, will bo better understood. The ucrcnwu (,'euueman in those days was one of the cleanest built aud most athletic look...

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

Items of News. PROPERTY SALE.   On Thursday, 5th September Mr. H. J. Wooldridge will sell by public auction, by order of the mortgagee several allotments of land on which is erected that well-known residence "Tarongao", and a cottage occupied   by Mr J. Daish. Tho property is ad vertised to be sold to the highest   bidder over tho upset price of £400,   and terms can be arranged for.

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

MAILS ARRIVE Mnthoiira, Moamii, Albury, Kchnca, Ken riigo, Adclaido, Broken Hill, Melbourne. Daily ^Sundays exoepted), J0.20 a.m. Hobarl, Launoeston. liliiff (N.Z.), Days following arrivals in Melltournc. London, Days following Arrival in Mel bourne. Southdsn-n, Hill Plain, Mitlioura, Moirs, Momr.a.Tfavnrino, KchUca, T.P.O., Bendigo Milbourns, Daily (Sundays excepted), 4.50, p.m. Finlej', Tuesdays ami Saturdays. 2 p.m. Tocniiiwalfvia'AraUila), Saturdays and Wtidnesdxyii, !i p.m. .. Oochrane Creek (viaCobran, etc.), Mon days, 7 p.m. Cochrane Creek (via Dalny'e and Faulk's), Jlondays ainl Tlimsilaj-s 5 'p.m. Morago, Moulamem, Wciilworlh, Tues days and Fridays, T.SOa.m. Conargo, Jerilderie, Urana, Trarclline P 0 , h'ydnoy, Wedncsdnvs, Fridays, S^ti day6, 6 a.m. Hay, PreMy Pine, Wanganolla, Booroor ban, Daily, Mondays oxcepted. S3-diiey, Trnv«lling I'.O. (vjn Hnyl, Tues days, Thursdaye, Saturdays, 0.45 a.m.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

Increase your Savings. By Buying EVERYTHING you want FROM ROBERTSON and DOUfir AS 0UK trade has increased immensely since we commenced two and ,a half years ago in Deniliquin, and we take the opportunity offered by the opening of our— DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, To thank the public of Deniliquiii and district for their liberal support in the past and to assure them that wp will keep , jjp ,. our reputation for supplying ..the maximum QUALITY and QUANTITY at the lowest minimum price. We are offering Special Lines in MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES. All goods are marked in plain figures, call and see them, you will be convinced ; the prices defy Competition. Gent's requiring an outfit will SAVE MONEY by pur chasing from us. Bring your Boys along and we will fit them out in first class style at prices which will astonish you. ? X ? Our Assortments of Grocery, Crockery, Ironmonge ry etc., are the best value in town. Our Famous Kassa Tea In lib and 5lb tins at is 6d per ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

Auction Saleof ProperUes 1 by drder of the Mort ' gagee. thursdayTsept. s. — AT — TATTERSALL'S HOTEL. H.I- ?WOOLbRIIKJB iHinrtrnoted (o ? sell as above : Allotments 1 ?» S 4 IB. 19, 20, Section :)9, Soulli Deniliqnm.'oH which is erected the ramforlable family b^M™CBT kXV WnuSS -I! Taron8ile,' occupied The sale will be subject to these tenancies, which will reuu.re * ,,olice of tllr nlonlhb and one week respectively to Urminate The property will be sold to the highest bidder over the upset price «f £400. Ternw -Cash, or if tequired, one-fifth oaah and the balance at 6, 12, 18, 24, 30, and 36 months! bearing 5 per cent, interest. The present rentoU are £36 and £13 per annum, rates £5 Bs 7d being paid by tenant, moliini* nnfin.1 ^ ? *_1 __'_? _ rf ? —???.» '''''B ^f.™111 rental equal to £5* per I N..S.W. Bank, Deniliquin. Also on same occasion and for same owner, Jfour quarter-acre allotmeute 9, 10, 11, l'- aectioii 40, separated from 'Tarongile' uy ButUr Street, securely fenced as' a ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

Football Match. AT THE CRICKET Q ROUND. 'WEDNESDAY NEXT, At 3.15 p.m. MOAMA y- DENILIQUIN. Admission— Is. Ladies and Children «d. CRICKET. AGENE11AL MEEl'ING of the Den ?..?a '. quuin JfaJtim' Oricket club *1» ?» lield at the Federal Hotel, this (Friday) evening at 8.30 p.m. V S) All Members are requested to attend. business— Important. ' W. KING, . :? Hon. Sec. FO# SALE OR TO LET. A COMFORTABLE THREE BOOMED COTI'AGE, with Kitchen, also gar OrnTH^.BrOnable- A^'--0™CE TO LET. rr\\V0 BRICK COTTAGES in End J. (Street. No. 1 contains four room's ami detached Kitchen, Stable, etc. No 2 contains five rooms, with good stable and Buggy Shed. Seourely fenced, and plenty of ynrd room. For particulars apply— JAMES mVLIK, opposite KaiJway udods Shed. PlIRE WHITE LEGHORN EflQS FOB SALE, at 7s 6d' per setting. g# j; Emmolt's strain. Also, a few Cock rels: cheap. Anply-E. C. JENKINS, .Dewiiquin. P^niiitjuin Municipal Council; TENDERS. SEPAKATE tenders are invited for the following Works and Servic...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Death of De Lacey Evans. CLOSE OF AN EXTROARDINARY CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

Death of De Lacey~Evans. CLOSK OF AN KXTHOAKD1NARV C'ARLKR. L- J'° ' Hrcrald r-JI'or'« :-' There died in the Immigrant Uoiue, Sr. Kiida ro»d on Sunday night, a Wom*n known Us Mrs De Lacey Evans, aged C3 ye.rs, in conncotion with whose life there is a history. It is mow than 23 veais aeo since a sonsaLion was caused hv tho rfi«. covery that a persou who had worked for I a great many years as a miner was really » woman. She was the worran who had just passed away. She had worked first «s a Rswyer in the country, and then ob tamed -employment in thu Great Southern -Mine, Bendigo, as a miner. Here she ?.',«.«, »raongsc a iare;e number of men, none of whom suspected that their comrade was other than their ows sex. 'wing the time ? he ' was employed at this mine ? he ? lived with a woman who was understood lobe ' his ' wife and some children were buqi during the time ihey lived together. Subsequently the man became melancholy because of 'some trouble brouEht about by'ari accident I m a mi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

Valedictory. ' ft'S Strict f«r Sydney. Tl.o ™[«iiiimtiw«J »'--h » tCftin tho vm**y- K ?»» fell »iteu.lcd by tlie members „( L Chrmtiui Kndewpur Si^ety Add ' ,ir fri...dS. After jusL.ee lirf hew . '? .1 . ? ..1 ihinin lkrniniiPII. till! Am* to ''- S11'1 '1f't»7.». ? 7j ,T | ol A. 8. J. H»rii»* S''1 1B ''f'Un 'I,110 i mv.fc* w«nlis»ffwewcHto Mr nulls. H,V«s»yi'UHL'iii.ii wlic.lmd successfully S..ur finely, Choir. Sunday School, id ^Secretary to the Church Trust. He s hIsip jmt beginnine ino work of a tal tiwclior. and ho (the speaker) had hound!' »-!oMr Hulls l)lo^ul' 0UtBS 8 successful lay iircacher, but he was loav : „ u8 and l»s usefulness in that capacity ?s far as Deniliquin was concerned was cut short. There was, howejrer, ho be- I lieved a certain magnetism about Denili nuin forhe had heard of quite a number of people who bad left and returned, and he hoped that Sir mus wouiu uc one ui me Mr J. Burcftfield thanked the Christian Endeavour Society for the invitation to be present...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

STUCK MOVKMKNI'S. Ttin following aro (ho stuck inuvrniimtH since our lunt, rupnrl : - -2,t)0!l «hui-|i f nun A. K. Kiusoy, DiMiiliquin, in llwrliam ; !i,467 mixed slump (l^eulhtni'ii) lo Dunili ?juin, for nhIu ; 211 hi nil ranm from Ilnonnko to Bat;ul, .Sliukus, mid Ijewis, Adoiaidc ; 1,000 native wclhom ( K. and W. NnuKlilon ?-) from Hay diKtricl to Melbourne j 77 mixid aluin|i (('ashman's) l-y rail lo Millmurne ; 112 Impels (W. L, Keir'H, AUllioura) by rail in Mi',1 bourno ; 104 wethers (\V. Sootl's, Math nun) by rail to Mulbournc ; JO bullocks from Gulpn Crcrlt to Goo. HownU; Mclhoimio ; 4 Kjinciul Htud rainn from lloonoko kill, Turnbull, Malvurn Park, (.luccmilniid ; 20 rams from 7,an to B. H. Montgomery, Hiywnod ; 2 spcniiil rams from Hoonoku to C. S. M'l'hillnu, Manu, K--rbnn ; 2 special rains from Ituonoke to \V. WotlnTluy, College Orcek, Sydney ; JiO 2-tooth rains from lloonuku to A, \Vhitney, Carcoar. iv

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