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TO OUR LADY READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

TO QUR LADY READERS. Just as awakening Nature at tliis time bedeck*, bet own iu the litost attractive gari», it is season-Able that members Of the fair sax should be delightfully interested in the efforts beinu out forward to place them in touch with the best of the World's creations for Spring and .Summer Dresses — to this end — the Ladies of the District will profit by a perusal of the announcement made in another column by that enterprising Firm — so well-known as Sydney's Leaders of Fashions— ^Messrs Hordern Brothers of Pitt-street. With that stolid deter mination to keep ever to the fore, MossrS Hordern Brothers are offering to supply every lady who will forward her addresst with a complete set of patterns of the largest and newest stocks of the new seasons dress goods. The. free offer is cheerfully made, and, ladies' shoiild hasten to participate. We might also mention that Pitt street Hordern's deliver drapery free to this district.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. (Before the Police Magistrate). [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

iPolice Court; MomiaV) Ski^tkmiiek 2. (Bofore the Police Maciiitrn-«\. William Simmons ploadod guilty tn Win;; f'iii::d drunk in Napior S root and \vatj discharged. Ho «'--s further ch-irgod with Btealing lib. rtT Steak and lib. of feiWsages, thu, property of M. J. Car.-w. Accused eloclud suinnmry jurisrlietinn ond pleaded guilty, and was sentonc d to impriianmnnt in Qoniliquii) caul for one Wontl,. Mi'chAL'l Couroy bad two charges pre terrod ajjainst him, vi?..; drunk and dis orderly in Niiuicr Street, and using bad lnngnage in I'Mtvard Stroct. On the first |diurgo he w»s fined is Od or (5 hours, and oV lh« ^lanjiusge' threo d«ys hard ybur in ga'ril. Conroy took it uut. \Vi:hkv:soay, Si:)'iEMin;it ^. -Bofuro the Police Magistrate.) William Dulo wns charged Wit h being 'of unsound mind, mid was ordered to be setit to Koninoro Hci-pithl for thu iiisano. Summons CAst. Uiibert Barniiiich«m was charged by tCnnsuMfl John Tlimiias Sullivan with \ising ilnimttiuing langungo to him, to wit ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALVATION ARMY, DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

SALVATION AEMY, DENILIQUIN, A great entertainment is announced for the 12th and 18th of September ii) the Town Hall, When the Cpmnion wealth froubadors a musical oompany of Salvatiou Army Officers will give an excellent programme-. We learn _that the reception of the company in Mel bourne on theoponirig riightwas a great success there are eight well trained instrumentalists under the conductor ship of Adjt. Cater,., (late bandmaster oE the Federal Band) and the items in clude solos, vocal and instrumental quartettes and combination pieces of excellent harnumy and pleasing effect. The proceeds are on behalf of tho Salvation Army Self Denial funds. Brigadier Hoskilis, Commandant of tho army forcss in Viotoria, will also be in attendance.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

JOHN ADAM, Tobncconist, Ncwspnpcr & News Agent, NAJMliK HTH1-HT. DENHjIQUIN. ri\»K llrferrc. Sitn.l.v Tinv:«. Arr-.w. j. Spr.rull': ?h:-^r. Trnili. WmiI;.;1,-. MmivK H. |lii]ili-|iiill liid|imiileiit. Windsi..M:ii;n ».iiir. ItarniKWi.nb s MbfiSiii«, I'ld'! ':rl M:iC!i7.ii:i-. i':i«i'H'ii New I'ciniy W^i{:i/.:i»'. (liariltKt'lUSs MaL-nniim. I'n-^ll1' StI' In .(:iy .Inilliial. .MMlnliaii .Imnnnl. AiHral::in ll.-.-^ .loumnl. W.-lili«rs Monthly. U-jii*-. Dn^niaUrr llaltl' Sninl;e, I! llK.It .l:\el:. lWiiclivuTiili'S, Over l.aii'i a''' ?«'? ''.' rimL llnld Uhim-. Iliillnlrt I'.iMV Librarv. Hi-fi's Kasn Mbnii'}', True l'.liic Wnr Lit' rniy, UliiKlmled BilR. Kketehy Hits, Tit llns, Allv S]npcr. Scraps, Snap Sbols, Anfiwurs. IViirsnti's Wn-kl.v. Clijarcllb, 1'lioto ldis, llhiiirnin'l IJ|i-to-l).iU!. Hoys' I3[--Io.l »:He Nnvulclii:. Al.line II. Hblii!ay. CItIsIiiiii llpralil, lilirlstiiui Hii/Ikoi. Police Ilbd^'ui, World's -;omli:. Comic Ca\a; Comic 1-ifc, Cnlrfrol Colhic. liliifitra...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRIVATE QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

PRIVATE QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY. In response to an invitation from the above Assembly a large number of ladies and gentlemen attended at St. Paul's Schoolroom on Tuesday evening. The object of the gathering was to say good-bye to Mr Tom. Browne, who has for a number of veara resided in Deniliquin, and who was about to take bis departure for Goulburn. The evening proved a most enjoyable one, 'the first portion df it being devoted to 'a'fettchrli tourna ment, at the conclusion of which a couple of hours dancinfc was indulged in. Mrs George Heriot was success ful in winning the ladies prize in the Euchre Tournament, Mr T. A.Frear son the gentleman's pi'iite, while Mr A. G. Johnson won the prize for the highest number of lone hands. Tur in? the evenlna: Mr F. E. W. Darling, on behalf of the members of the As sembly, presented Mr Browne with a handsome morocco Writing case, nicely fitted. Mr Tom. Browne suitably re sponded, and the} proceedings were brought to a close by tile singing ot ' Aul...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Postal Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

The Postal Bill. Sn ii:n»'v nml so varied hnvo boon tbo ci-iti'1'.'!^* !''!13SU(1 ul'°' t')'s 'icasuroby the un .irupolitan and provincial jour niils -il i!|U various states, to say nothing 1 if tbo platform utterances upon liifiHcstiou, that il would seem 111 lirsl 'lii'ncc a hopeless and redundant t.asli for us lo iiiltl our mite to the qOlllTILl COIIUUIIUII. uub, llliu u. well cut juwrl, tliis matter has many sides, and tlieru 'ippearfl to ua to be a facet or I wo yci nnbrightuned, and, as such, well worthy the attention of the polisher and llis rubbing-cloth of criticism. It is therefore- with tho inten tion, if possible, of digging up new ground upon this already well trenched lield tlia.1 we pen tho following lines, and not with that of supporting or of cimlnidictiiig any arguments that may li.ivn bi'cn already deduced during the lengthy Jiscussiong of the last few WCtliS. If there bo one clause in particular to which more attention has bfieij attracted than another it is clau...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

FOR ' Good' -White Blankets. Good Blue Blankets . Good White Quilts Good Buggy Rugs Good Hearth Rugs'. Good Mattrasses Good Furniture Good Coir Mats ? ? ? - Mill ISLSP'S STOCK '' ?? ' ? is ??? ' END STREET FOR A 'GOOD 'ARTICLE, AS IT IS THE CHEAPEST. Black smith. & Shoeing ! Forge. ? DKHIllKS to inli'inntc to I lie rcsiilenls of Deiiiliquin and tun-fiiimlMi' 'district, t lint Jio lias opL'tied as almvo in the bacl. jiottion ol' (lie premises o!' the Kiverju. Waildlely JCmpoiium, ; aud tiust by Ktriei uUenlioD lo business to merit ,a fuir hluiiv uliiupnorl. . . ? .- ... All kinds of Buggies and Wag gons repaired./ liorseshoehi^ and General Black amitiiing by a Competent Tradesman. . . CHARGES ' MODERATE. A TKIAt :? SOLICITED. .,'?. _WA.NTE^ .... ,\ 25QQO T PELTS 2,00G. H. L_. JONES, :! SAphi.Kl!, i-c.', DKNILIQUiN, ' iilvc-j the Highest cash price for all Kinds of Furred Skins. li:.i.w. iinni 2il lo 3J-1 jier 1b. Siiuu|is.kin-v from -M lo Ud per l!j. llnrsuliiiir. l'.uu6\Viix...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

I LOOK OUT ?! I LOOK OUT ! I ? )o( ? I :. WEiLT:.FOR, ?.'? ? I5ALE HO! SA.LE HO! SALE HO! ? SALE HC)!.;S^LE HO! SALE HO! I Eed House, Lyceum Stores,.. I Third Block, Pall Mall, ? Bendigo, H . . Is Holding one of the I Largest Sales /eve* held ira I BEfWiGO. ?THE GOODS MUST GO.; AT ANY :) I . :';PRICE.' .'?:..' ? '. ? EVERYTHING In Our Warehouse Alarked to ? / COST PRICE. H '' ??? ? ?'?? ?'? ?????? .'.'. ,?''?...' . ' ??.; p ' l »FE\Y OF OUR PRICES SHOW YOU WHAT WE INTEND TO DO li ? ?? ?? ? .-???? ? ' ? : ? G ? THE SALE IS NO SHAM. I — „ ; ^B £ s (1 ? s d ^B 1 0 White Double Sheeting for 5J ^m 3 0 White Colonial Flannel for 6? H 1.5 0 Colonial White Iilankets ^M _ ((Jmib!eljed)for ? 12 C H O A T -n * 10 0 English Whitney Blankets ^M OAJjiL i . '?? (double bed) for... . ... 10 6 ^H 4 Shipped Flauneletta for ? - ^m ? . (laze ? 1 11 _ ^B 2 3 Syds wide Floorcloth for ' 1 G. ^B . . ' ISO Ladies' Mackintoses for ... 12 0 ^H 8 6 Ladies' Fawn aud Brown ^m Capes for ? 4 II ^M 10 0 Ladies' Faw...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock Report. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

Stock Report. MKUHHjUNE MAHKKTO. Fvt Sin:i:r. - 13,rVO ynMtui. Tl.o ? .vnlar pinnon uf lliu ni|i|ily miiMM'' '? , mhI nml iiHnrt! qnnlilil'K, liil-lniling »»'-» ! .two fh*i Hiirriim. »1|«-iiiiijt biiI»: ,civ brisk, a!*[iiliy.H|.i»l nxln- iinptuwd j mi-. mlniK IhBI »»?-!;? 'I'll' innrki'i. | ? iimvW-r, urinliliillj ln-cim1 I'.'ifinT, wi-nliull- ] mis in fully IM |m-i:Iii-a-I 1'«-T, tin- Hrelmu j Ih-iii|£ nioii iiiiuM in li«»»-y IT'K-I'i-''l». I IVinn; ciUhsliliitl wullnl-, fri-ni J'-N K'i.Jn; , l-Mrft *.., fMlill SlK -U I' ^' i ?' f*-»' '!' l,. iWt; i;iiiM J.i., fi'iii 111. to lHa (IJ ; liiiililihiK-, fnim H'- I'''11' CT|M'*l-r'd wi*. fii.|ii JlI.lU to l«s| nslra-l... from . IHkIM I.i2OiiSM ; iswlil -!'».. ''''? »?»* (JJ tn lfi- (IJ i miiliiliiiR, f'i'iii --* ; I''1''-1 liwrinii wuiliiTO, fnim IT* fll1 Ul -llrt ? extra; nt 21« (W -, B»ud il--., fr-mi 111 t;- Jfls Ud ; iiiUM]iii« ilu.. fi''» 1-' : w'» Inurinki uwoS, from l.'t.Uo 14s !W. Fa* t^mw..— 2 WIO weru|»!l)iic-1. lliu l]|'iiiii...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

Sporting Mems. I Uv \Vi{i,i.i:sMiv. 1 - Among thenuinerous stories which have gone tin- rounds since Mr VV. Forrester's death, is the follow ing, and it is one that is most likely ?io.be true: — ' In the spring of 1881, on the Tuesday before Darebin's Derby, Messrs W. Forrester and Smart, happening lo be at the Kacecourse Hold, at Fleminglon, then kept by Bob Mitchell, th ; talk naturally turned on the fonhcoining races, and the Sydiieyites remarked that if Mr Mitchell could tell them the winner of the Derby they would tell liim the winner of -the Cup. Mr Mitchell then gave it as his opinion that Darebin was doing the best wont on tne trades, ana would win. Upon Messrs Forrester and Smart hearing this, the iorrner asserted that Zulu would win the Cup, and proposed that the trio should go into Melbourne and back that double to win £30,000— ^loiooo each. -They uuiy got into a hansom, and had act ually started, ,when Mr. Forrester proposed they should fir^t drive ^round and have a look...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

The Bridge HoteK Napier Street, Dentliquin. I T. BOUCHIER, WIS1IKS -o inlimaii: 1,, I'rieiids ln'Ltcnill.inii, ....''i , ' ' liiat he has leased tiiu almTe'v'' i' ' lloicl. and hopes by mrltM iiiumi'.'T' business tn merit a f:iir i-h;,r, ol ';„...„ ' I'.est Uinndsnf Ales in,,| n,,it:,J ''''' i'Ijs, .iceoimiiudatiou. Uuod Siul,,',,, ,'L' LiOODGUASS -PAPUOCKS I'Op, HOU«|^ Single nnd Double Hmniw H,,,tl.s ,,'' iries, Oip, etc, nud Ladies' and annilM ? Sinldle Hacks always on ||ire „[ J,C'''I! notice, uuil nireasonable rates. ? '' Note the auduess— J. T. BOUCUlKl;. Uriilsti llotei. Opposite Public Sclir,.,; Raw and Boiled Oil Turps, Draught Castor, tockholm Tar, . Neatsfoot Oil, Plough lines, Plough Shares. Garden Spades, Forks and Shovels, Fencing Wire, Colonial Ovens Iron Tanks. ikt Reasonable Bates. AT P. PAGANS'. I DENILIQU1N CYCLE MACH5NERY AGENCY, END STREET. Agents fob: j Davies-Frantlin, Kcd Bird, Rnlcigli. Hum. j Dayton, Cleveland, and Humlnjr j Cycles. Laiics' oml Gejit.'s j U...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Annual Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

Annual Stock Report. , The annual reportof the stock branch of the Ucparimeut of Agriculture for the year 1900 has been laid on tho, table of the As semtily. It bIiows a'decrcase in horses dur ing I lie year of 635, tie number in the State on -December 31 last: being 446,812. The decrease was owing to the drought nnd the Jarge export So- South Afriea;«Dd India.; An improved season nnd additional settle ment are the explanatory causes set down for the increase in cattle, numbering 18,468, the total in the State being 1,821,165. Tick is reported to be still on the advance, but no effort is being spared to keon it out of New 'South Wales.-ttTSlicep showed ,4n', in- crease of 3,806,992. -JThe tntil number of merinocn ?w-as 35,(399,150, comprising 27,158, 4^2combi[igindfl',5ti),73f1clothing ; while there was l5)76i28t' lonjed-woolled sheep and 2,245,066 crossbreds, making a grand total of 40, 020,507. wxtipriDg MmbiaR was returned at 75} per .cent,, aud the autumn and winter lauibinc'SSI...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

Superior tfuBiilc school. The distribution of prizes and open iag of school library in connection] with the Deniliquin Superior Public School will take place this Afternoon at 0-30 o'olOck. The prizes will be presented by the Mayor, and all parents and friends of pupils and others in tores tel il) the work of the school ate invjtcdi

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tragedy in Queenland. MOTHER AND CHILD BRUTALLY MURDERED. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

Tragedy in Queenland. MOTHb'K ANU CHflJi IHsrT.UJ^ MUUJKRKI). ; Ukisiiani-., Kr:d-y. Ainither sh'iekin}; inij^eiy w--, nii'f k.iown in Wudnuwlay, wIk-ii. «-:!iu^ 'U Inf-nutttioii I'f-ruived, tlie TiM-m I1 I'' snarclie'l rhe 1 val c-mi-tory. I ? ?» f'''' iiiiuulvs tln-y hid made a «luf:'ly -'*? covery A \\w but.-r.-d b.idi.s --'f a iii'l n-in.-d UU011 Jiuun|U«y and hor child, ab.by of ciglu wwU. . . . , The unloitimatu ino-!ipr :rv' ?? *' ? butchered in a particularly atr..'Mo'H ? niiiiunr. ThiM-u w«'ie thirl 01 v.uiiiius 1 upon her bi'dyiind heal, nnd ln1^ throat j iv-k ait Ihrnu^h. Hie whildV nkinl «as j smashed in { An ab.rigiivd n-nr.c.1 Gillian. 10 whom msiiic'on uttiichu.-1, for runsmis which were forthcouiinj;, was iinniucii'ili'ly nr restod by the police. Shortly afler his arrest, lion-evnr, he defeated the ends of justice by t :ltin? a doso of strrohnuie, from the elects of which he collapsed and died. Ellen Jounquay was a««d 22 years, and was in the habit of visiting her de...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUND DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

FOUND DEAD. YESTunrlAY morning Mr Garstang, P.M., was informed by telegraph froni the Moama police that a man had been found dead In' a lagoon near the town. The telegram stated that the body had every appearance of being in the water for some time. Mr Garstang left this morning for Moama-, whero he is to hold an inquest.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gruesome Imaginations. A Disordered Liver. The Case of Mr. J. M. PA[?]TER. (For the Leichhardt Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

Gruesome Imaginations. LSv@r. The Cfitso of ffir. J. Wi. Pfi.LF.1EE; (For the Zeici. ,'io.rdt Standarc.) One of the most as;onislr'ng crises of re covery from a serious illness of long stand ing was investigated by a reporter from this ofhco in oracr that \«) may bring under the notice of our readers a practical illustration of the phenomenal piicuisa vbirli a ecrlam branch of medical science hr.s ncliinvtii. i'he evidence has been givi:i by Mr. Ju'ni Mark Palmer, rosiditii; nt Kit. l:2.-AiiK.;ii-stivet, Iioichhardt, who narrated hiti expuiieucca ill tho follovriug manner : — ' Fit'tccn years of my r.io v.lmc riinrlo vusciublu through cuu'.iiiiiou« :,e.iral^:e pains in my hcnil, and si;iiiia:-'Hiio:.-suis -f intense pain often al-iatl-ul ai_v i:itoin;;l organs. Tlio torturo \.-as hj::icI iinc-n so ;;rent that I usad to feel iiic.incd tu knuck my brains out, I often tlian^'ht my mv:i;;:l faculties were becoming weal;, ;ui I could not settle my mind siul-tiuiiily 10 do my clcriwil wor...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

Over the Border. ', . -^ --- ^. sii'.i.inirusr.. \ tili-nkiiiE msmli'iil ii-cumd 11 It»7 .Simp imi'i'p rosii, ICaot. iJcll-ouriic, abnUl 0 u'clwk Siimlnv «vnning. in whii* lwo women uiimial Alinn.SU-ulc Mi't I'l' « M-irnVoii were uni.ilv burmd. C-msUl.],- M'Alitwr. wliil°l'-in ''uty in ill's lm«liy, nnticcl mnoke ih-iiiiitttrmn Ui- bmk l.rai:o.nii nf tlielmuse, .ind «i onw. '*vc ihc alarm to ih' tire '?ria-idf.-. H 'npeB' thai a kfroiL-uu I«.up exi7:-ji!...t, «n-i M't (iml'/lliewnmen. Wln-u tlin ln-r- l.r'.'ad' arrivfd the fl lines we.e f,iiif:liiy exiinf-'iiisli-ii, tint, unfortunately be n.ri' 'iii.' -t :be ii-'mwii »'.is burned in a fear ful irnni'!i\ O'H' fid'1 of licrfwe bciii; trail i,li:tnly eliarreil. The other, in licr eu doavori! 10 liclp her companion, also nt Uim-d bad burns A liialo'iiuuupant of the iKinse nn otiUidc, nnd thus ocapfil injury. ] 1 is com-ideroil likely that the burns of one ol ihc injured women will prove fatal. The nilmr woman if. a very low condition. ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

TOWN BAND. The Town Band will rIvg its second monthly concert in the Waring gardens on Sunday afternoon next, commenc ing at 3.30 p.m. The following items will be played under the direction of Baud , Master Carvosoo : — March, «' 'Peace \vith Honour ' ; Seleotion, ' Lurline ' ; Anthem, ' Hail Blessed Day'; Cornet Solo, 'Rose's March in -i '; Selection, 'Sabbath Chimes'; March, 'Sunday Gem'; An thorn, ' Praise tho Lord.' ; ' God Save the King.' A collection will be taken up by the aldermen to assist the Munici pal Council to build a Band Stand in the gardens for the continuance of these monthly Concerts. It is to bo hoped that the public will help the band in this much needed matter. :

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL BOARD OLD AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

LOCAL DOAIJI) OLD AGH PENSIONS. Tiik 8th uicttin- of the District Board for Old Ak« Peusions sal at the Court House on Wwlnesdnyftfternooni when all the member* were present; The Chairman reported the death of wnsioner McMnhim. Her payment on 1st August not having been drawn tho application of Kdvard Jcnumgs( payee, lor authority to draw money up lo date of death wns referred to Control Board. Tho duuth of another pen sioner, Uodenclc Mackenzie, was also reported. The following correspond ence from the Cdutral BoarS was road ; —As to pensioners certificate applica tion from husband or wifoafter certifi cate issued to the other, advising that the first should surrender certificate before other certificate was granted; hs Ui claims requiring certificate of Treasurer as to reciprocity of Victoria, stating that no agreement exists, and claims of persons relying on proviso 1 and 2 of sub-section 18 of section 9 of the A-St should be deferred. Tho claims df John Bide, John Witwam, John Po...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Items of News. TRADES CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

Iteirts of NeVvs.' TRA.»ES CRICKET CLUB. On Friday evening a meeting of the members ol the Trades Cricket Club was held at. the Dublin Hotel, when there were present Messrs F. P. Shaw (chair), E. Manning, J. Hcaviside, W. Harrison, M. W'yst), A. Robertson, J. Bust and J. Mudio. It wae de cided to re-form the Club, the sub scription being fixed at 5s, and the following ofii co -bearers were ap pointed :— President— Mr H. Lloyd ; vice-presidents — Messrs E. Manning, J. ltoss, G. C. M'Culloch ; secretary — Mr J. Mudie ; patrons— Messrs J. M. Chanter, 11. R. Matin, J. G. Evans, F. P-. Shaw, A. L. Tattersall, A, Levy, A. Branstou, F. Jane, J. Hetheringfcon-, J. Bott, H. L. Jones,, A. G. Johnston, W\ E. Latehford ; delegates — Messrs J. Mudio and M. Wyse, This con cluded the busings. '

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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