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SERGEANT-MAJOR WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

SERGEANT-MAJOR WEIR. This young gentleman, after an ab sence ol about 18 months in South Africa and England, Will arrive in Deniliijuiu this(Fnday)mornittg by the llay coach. It has been decided by the Mayor and aldermen that no offi cial weieoui'e will take place, it haVing been agreed to wait tho return of all tho Deuiliquin boys, which is expected to be Within, a couple of months.

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

SATISFACTORILY SETTLED. At the Bendigo Police Court on Friday a young man named Simon tlenfy was charged with an offence against a girl under tho age of 16 years in March last. Mr Cohen, who ap peafefl for Henry, asked th,at the accused should be discharged, as a settlement between tb,e parties had been arrived at. His client had now married the girl who was alleged to havo^been wronged. Inspector Hehir replied that unless the accused objected to his wife'giv&g evidence, he would hi compelled to go on with the case. If he did object the case could not be proceededivith. Mr Cohen stated that both ,tbe Mtosed and hiB wifestrongly objected. T)he aooused was, therefore, discharged, and left tile courtiwith his wife, the bench remarking that it Was a very satisfactory tefrnmatiori.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Two Soldiers of Genius. FRENCH AND PLUMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

Two Soldiers of Genius. FllENCH AND PLUMBlt. Mr Edgar Wallace, the ' Daily Mail ' udirespuudi'iic, who has nude a name for himself by his exposure of the remarkable censorship in Smith Africa, lias 110 doubt about the two men who have really dis tinguished themselves iu the war. He writes :— ' The war hns not product! any very great generals. We have hud passible :oim»andei8 who have umiia^eJ to stoer clear of blunders, but tho touch of (jreaiiioss that distinguished Welling ton, and Napoleon, and Moltke, is want ing. In two men only does the Napo leonic fvarlesancijs of consequences seem undent, and these two men are French and-Plumer. v j 'iT.renohV|ireforinanco before Coles berg was the -finest piecu ^generalship of the war. The splelviid audacity with which ho tnanoeutrcd his men — he Lcld a line of thirty miles with a few thous-md troops, ilis magnificent dash, his fore sight, his originality, and departure from ironuouud riguUtiun methods. And fiumer, too, has these qualities....

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

SOME 1' URTH1SR DETAILS. The London '' Sun ' of 2*itU July gives the following account of the case as first licard at Bow-slt-eel; : — Two particularly shrewd-looking gcntle inan,]3re8»oiJ1h'lhc perfcotion ofcood tasto, mid vperfootl*. groomed, 'providea the star mtrjfction atiTS9W-6treet..,to-day. -., , ; These wero Charles lil'Nally, alias M'Kay, :i2 years old.'.^iyine nn -clumbers lu.igu-: JameB-strcot/ano ueorge Stephens, oilier--* wise known as Thompson. The charge against tlie j^isoucrs. generally., is the ob taimug by f rada sf £800 And a diamoiiit ring valued at £60, from Mrs Annie Ben wick, a .Melbcmrue; widow, . who recently, came to.Kogiaud with her daughter on a holiday trip. It would Bcem that Mrs Rcii wjotcrliaving formerly preferred the charge, started on her return journey to Melbourne in order to fulfill certain business eiipuge mcnU which claimed her attention there, promising, however, to return whenever the police should notify her of tho arrest of the men named ...

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

The Frauds on Mrs Renwick. Writing under datn of 2nd August, the binjun c irrespoidentof ilia ' Age ' jo ports : — ' Thun) were some cunoui de uiis in iho sinry told by the i-.dico at the pr. limiiMiy triil (bri.-fly rcporred by cable :il the time) of George Slophons, alias (Jeon;^ Thonipson, gold miner, and marks MacXully, alias 51'Iuiy, dontist, mi a clur^c of jonspiring to obtain money by fiilsu pnaenccs from Mrs Anne Rjii «ic!-, n niilmv, formerly of Bendiert. In Ajiiil last Mrs Kemvick left Melbourne with her d-mshtor f-,r London in tlie Orient liner O-nrah. They inudo Tliomp aon|s aci|ti .intauce at llarscilles, where lie joined ihrt steamer, lie said he Imow lleiiili^ii, and on tho voyage homo gained their conliili-nci). The aoquaintancti was c .ntiimed in London, where M'Kay was introduced to the Austialian visitors- by l.hiiinp.snn. Tlie latter, it is stated, ulti mately told Mrs Renwick that ho was a widower, and asked her to go with him to I'iu is to get married. M'Kay, u...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Minister for Works at Hay. THE HAY-DENILIQUIN [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

The ninister for WorS;sj ai fia\. j THE im'4JKKIM-JUN l.Ail.U'AV. il'ui'H tiii 'Itivnuvr 'lidfiis') On M. .»?'»* rv.-uiv.rf I In- !l-n i: Vk O'SlllliV:... (S|l..Wr:- fi.r \\..|1,M vmiloi ll..y i.i \\U ..lii.'i I -M]nniv. .-,...! h..i! h .??jilriiiliit r. co i in -ii Tlii- M-in'-'.'.'f n i-.-iv-ii »/ -ivi.i1 -1i'|iii!,i!in'H. ? ??! i'li i' «-. Un- H iv-UmhI;.i liu R.iN.-iy !.»!«'? Til,. m..inl..'Y.«i- tli...:i-|imnlmn v.oi ?? I hu 3tl.ij-iir-Mi'.l-liii Wii«.ml«.). !iinl Mh-i-s Ai.drcw. l» II, Mnnlnre, X.'»inn. Who.'iec. U'Uflil, SSim-nni, l»r. ivi'iine-iy. sin' i- '. -', itlllllTlKcill ((inn. «l'«.) Tin- Muvi'l- said llint tin- ii.ail.T -v-uiM lioinitliefi.n-t1i«4Miiii«i..-rliy ihi!ii|n-Hi,i-.rH. He helii-v^l llint if that ulioit -li-Uincn iict-.iKs llu- pin-US hud lionn m.idu il would liiivo bi-oli nf griMil lulvmiiiijj') to llse dis trict. They 1.IK-W (liil ill'- nli-eiine of ilm t-ailnwy IihiI grimily leurdrd (In; -ii«Lrirt'« 'ili'voiiijiiiinnt-. nnd iirimpi'riiy. ? Tile), «' pniH...

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

notice:. /'^ONTRACTOR required to erect about Kj 10 miles Kabbit Netting oh Mathoura Estate. ? ? ? ? H. C. PARKER, Manager. TO LEASE. riiUMUDGERIE ORCHARD and PAD JL DOCK, containing about 120 acres. Good Homestead aud Outhouses, etc. Irri gation Plant. Cheap rent. For terms and particulars apply to — JOHN KELLY, Land Agent, Dcniliquin. |O PhotOS— IS. I Three * £ Photos— 2s. i P°sitionB STUDIO— Cressy Street (Opposite Post Office). The Salvation Ai*my. TOWN HALL, DENILIQUIN. Thursday & Friday next COMMONWEALTH TROUBADOURS. A New and Striking Programme. GUcs, PartSongs, Quartettes, Duets, Solos, Orchestral Selections on Piano, Harp, Violin, Clarionet, etc. Admission— 2s anu Is. It isn't a have. FACT! §f We dive— Cpppl ? Trop«r« away. r|vCD ? TROUSERS FOR NOTHING It Every Purchaser of one of-our HANP-MAOE — ^42s»^- ? SUITS TO MEASURE We make a Free Gift of » Stylist ant Hale-to-Memire Fair of Xrousn. PorwardcS Frceisr Parcel Poet. 8E6T Material and Workmanship, Sond ftr P&...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deniliquin Commons. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

Dcniliquin Commons. A meeting of l lie rtlil, iin-n sittiiig as Trustees «f tl.o Ci»iiiih-i-k huji liuld -.u MoiKlny cvoning at the Town U«|it »,1ioii tin- following ThikIock wtTu |irc-«cnt : — Messrs Jai:o (rhiir), Pcrrin, Ijntlifurd, Tayl rundG. Kvan-. The uiinutos of the ]'n- vious nioutin^ were rend mid ciinliuiicd. Coi:iiiai'nNiii:ii(:r.i a icrwr was reau iroin i1. tinrrci) s'at ingtbal he had sprnt abnut 90 -1iiyn hi difeging rabbits ruit «f wan-ens ' thni ex stea noiir his Kuluction on tlm north c -iiiiuun, Mild asked for ciniippiisitinii. Trustee George Eviins s.-ii-i Whitvii had dune a considerable ninoiiiit nf work, mid moved that he be granted some re iniiner.il ion. Trustee Perrin wan against the niot'on, as it would be a bad precedent to es tabioli. After further discuesoin it was decided that a letter be written to Mr Warren ad vising him he hud not being asked to do the work, and that his application wus now irregular. REroirfs. The herdsman reported that all stock on...

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

\n'i;.» -'?'' Oicfccl.-Club. I , )? ? '.iui I'**1 His aniiiml ' , ? ,?...?,.( ;iiih «.-.s tii!1 at j J1,;,' . .;. . ,:???.?!. Mr A. ,Iu«i,.-...Jn - 1, 1,,. , ? i;iii':i »!'? diair, »ii.1i1h- 0 i ;. . ' .i ?K.Mi^.-iity, S. Mm. ? ' ' :' ?...:? ? I-; A. !i .I.1.IUH. ?). I I,1;;,, ; . :????-. c- ii.imv.ii, w. i I ?, ,lvii. ' ??'I'liN'11'' ^'- ivmy (!mn. \ ?j-,. f .,; ??.?j, icpnr. was ro«l by tho ,;,.,,. lJ.i,;. i.. - III presiiii ing our renort ,Di,l l.i'liiM'1'---!11' 1 lor the khus 11 3900 01, ,. ,. ivitli '.'??? ji'is-U'tf '?itisf.ioiinn v.e ivfec ,,,,;„ p.i-i; ''' I'i'ld hy uur -Club At tliu cihii'.'i^'!' ' ' ??!?« Kuviiis. 'J'liL-y uiiiie out prcn. ??? s .'''? r a sevvru wlru^cle with the \y /„?,;. ,11.11 t.'lub, Hi« hotiwr buiiij; won by i,,,,.!.-,:,, t!;.' ini'Sl uvuitin^ match tVtr pl'ayi'i'l '«? 'I'1 f^rnumJfj. Our mem bora ii-.-r.1 ii!w vi-ry ]i!'.iininent. at the annual tlisinbiiii'.n 'f prizes won during the season ; 1 1.»- jirize fur ' the first c nlury,' ami 'l.is'ie-! in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

At a fipccial meeting hold of the Com mittee Miss Mathers and Miss Xtulhcr ford were appointed nunso and junior nurse rusiJcctivflly of tile H«y Hospital. I ^.-rr-.-'i' Si OiiJ.'liMiu^uco i.ai \ /\^-:-:iJ- ? f, ? .?.n-»«l«,.l V- lV---'-w'.A llviiii i,t V ;,;t ll..!-i.,f w^kf^:''.^ *''?? ? ir-'-'-o -?»''* -f » S / -.?-..??:*? V-J/ run' .ii--l {full .;«ir, ,h S / *.£»*J -f -ll' two 1IH1-I.1. -. ' TI..-J- u--.1l il a 1111;.../. «»r. iUny n bar.l.i ? ? mg man ',nl uoinnii iii -m.i:i 'ovsi.. I i* i.uHi.i-n ti.^ ii'.w.i-, wr.;i .l...!li f,.r»n mit.ii;'MiiHt. Ih, fid l., tvke l.l-'li i- --.i = .f -h,,... I1.1.UI1'. U'li,.u Hi- y -ull' i' fr..ui i'id -? -ti 1, .,r a clia-.t iuli'.ni i.t.1, I,- :ii-,v 'w.itr it .,«'.' Ailor 1 11-hilo lli-«.i .11 .1 .,..-sw...r -nlt u,,- lo.lJoi.iiu.i -,r »' ? w, :.,nl IFl.t I-,'. Ilk:,. '??oiu '.:r u.m .b' mi. -l«..-l p.. 1.I-. il«iwl l-.-ii.i 1 i:u.,t. V,\^ i., .. 111 '.',i.:lli-: I !i:il ti;i.m iu w.iy f. 1 - vi-..v |ii'-!.. ? Tn.-)' ? oni ?iciii:u j tli»?...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Highway Robbery. A COACH STUCK UP. ONE PASSANGER WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

Highway Robbery. A COACH STUCK UP. ONK l'ASSANGEli WOUNDKD. N-iws Inis boon receive.1 that the Wiluan nia uoach was stuuk ucar at Wliilnrlifla on Mondny niRbt by an armed and masked cyclist. After wounding one of the pas fiungci-s with a revolver shot the limn rodu olT witli money and opals valued at abjiil tl.WU. The coach loft Wliiloulifls about 11 o'clock with three passengers, and carried a heavy mail, including b&uk vi-nutt.anci-s. The weekly purobHSPSOl opals M-nro also carried. On ranching a spot about five miles from the town one of the passengers alighted 10 open a gate which crosses the road, when a marked man rose and flrcd at him, wound ing him in 1 be right arm. Tlio highwayman (Ken ordered tliu driver and other passengers togcldown. They oWyed the order, and at a further coihninnd htood 15 yards away. The robber thun ripped open Uiu mail bugs, and abstracted a number of pankago?. While thus iiiigaucd a cyclist rode up and a ilicj what was the nun tor. He was or...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The National Policy of the A.N.A. BY [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

The National Policy of I the A.N.A. i !:??. riti: i.\ 1 Hi^nii'Ni t ^s. ru .\ r; run, ls.ii.s: (1'iiinl 'Am.iVK Ai'^Tii.ii.iA.') Tin- .ilniM-t 'if .oir A» ...111111.11 1 - of a iniiin J.ll1|.-I..-Ilir'.-|. I' !..?!. .Mll.V I.J-1.3 I.. I1M I:. inuvini.iu l.irfrinl hittiroiily, Ijy ''it.: ? iny llii!hi--l,, hiliiincjili'! widow an-1 ui|-li»n in liiiirnl lii-nl, tii'ii iiiini'il il-*jil.v iinn iin boirtv ?.( II,,- imtivi.tmrn » !?«?? :m-l l»'linn lovqof 1I10 nimiry which g»vn them birth. ami In lil ihi.|iiiii-lv..n 10 jt:,iipy pii^'.Uoiis 1 oiialjliiid llicin Uitnluly guide the liestniica I of iliuir native lunil, hu an to »!iiIiuiick tlic | pniKrcMi (iinl proKpeniy of its jiouplu. It, wiih mieh a live of country thii. uniiiiHted the licnrlR '( our forcfutlmra, -inal)liiig ilii-lu in gradually ImiM uji tho grpul and ninK'ii firnut.Jii-iiiiili ISnipirc. Adftralia Ilicy had Kivmi to us «b an lit-ritnpc. SI111II m'u liui. tlion nviiiL-c a similar p.iti-iotic desire, ami prove onrselvev wi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1901. Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

cjiviicit xoricEs. SJDNDAV, SF.rTtMllKK I, 1001. IJV.vfti/aw. ])piiiliqu!n. 11 a.m., Mr H. rawcfti : and 7 SO ji.ni. ?; HurUvud, 11 n.m. ; m,\ Birjiiiibiipl, '3 p.m. ; by the Kov, A. S J. Hrtidini; Prrshytrriai:. JWhoftm, morning ; imd reniliquin uvoniiift by the Rev. II Wl-IsIi. Church of F.ntjUtn,l. Fourtiicnth Sunday after Trinity: — Dcniliquin, morniilK mk' «veni i.r ; Hrassi, ldtirnoDii.

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

^nERADOAPlTAl-B^l Mr Sea fishes to emp^CTp| that he is *»g J J' ', Bite fi* J a decision in ^ regard to ^M Federal capital. MJ » ; {orPtfj placed before him ?ai^Gorl meat on the rttj« JJ^Mffldrf J the three spenalll -»J' ^, and » particulars have j^JW J with reference to ^»g.premie J Tumut, and the B«w ^M been informed that ,«» ° irea ? uioushiptolusortdit. |

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

CONFIDENCE. H fiat] n-L. i [?]

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

Hospital Committee Meeting. ? ..,«iih!v tiiei-iiii* ,.f iboOiiiimmicp T ,niiw«* ? f lIll! l«vious '»ectm« .. ».\*d and omlirmH. ,, Hnll,. c ..ui.iitii.-i! rfi|i(-rted that. ?' rr fit 't' Tlie Matr-n l.«d i ported K' kets «e« required for soiled *,' T.C Committee's .ttoiitron had bSJdniirn Ui u» miokineof a chimney ? vn 1 word Tlie f*ult ivhh in the - ^rJCehinrey, nnd they Bupgosted tb.t i^^Ce^rtorlod that last month I. ?Ln1^ oUSy one. The wards I Tre »H fulli -'-d a lltrSe 1)U1'')er °f 0Ut S M ?'*» trcated- Tl1? JMktron U be*n ubsisnt, but lie was glud to say lh»t the nurses liad carried out their Nf Graham reported that all. cases Under his circs were progressing as well „ could bo expected. An old man mmed Roderick Jlackenae had d.od dur ;„„ the month f.o.n heart disease, lhe IHosiiiial was praciioally full Tim Treasurer reported that the ewdit Ltace « the A.J.S. Bank w« £3B5 I The Matron reported that, she had re Lamed duty, and tint everything had lieen tamed on satisfactorily d...

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

QUESTIONS IN PARLIAMENT. In the Assembly on 'Wednesday Mr Byrne asked the Secretary for lands, — (I) Is he aware that a solicitor is engaged to appear for the Crown before the Land Board at .Hay at the hearing of re-appraisement cases ? (2) Is a solicitor engaged in a similar capacity betore tbo Liana isoaras v \oj Will this solicitor act for the Crown at Deniliquin, Balrauald.audWentworth? (4) Why is it considered necessary to employ a solicitor at all ?: (5) What fees are to bo paid hiin for his services? Mr Hayes answered,— Yes. This course appeared expedient in oviet to relieve the District Surveyor, ™ had newly taken up duties. In other Districts the District Surveyor has been appearing for the Crown 5 but, strictly speaking, it should hardly fall within the scope of a District Sur veyor's duties to conduct cases before a Land Board. My Honorable Col league is considering the question as to how far the solicitor's services aro to be availed of, and has called for infor mation o...

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

OLD AGE PENSIONS. In the Legislative Assembly Mt J. Fitzpatrick drew the Premier's atten tion to the Premier of Victoria's de claration that he intended making sons and daughters show cause why they should not contribute towards the maintenance of then: poor parents. In this connection Mr Fitzpatrick asked Mr See if ho knew that many people were on the New S.o,uth Wales fund toho had well-to-do children. Mr See, in replying, said he understood some pensioners, in this State had well-to-do relatives. There was, however, no provision in the Old Age Pensions Act to deal with such cases. An amending bill was being prepared. Ho might add, he said, that he thought it a great shame that sons and relatives, who were in a comfortable position, should allow their parents and connections, whom they ought to provide for, to become pensioners upon the State. In the meantime, however^ (they had to administer the law as they found it. He intended before very long to bring iu a bill to make well-to...

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Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. (Before Mr F. W. Garstang, P.m.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

Siiiail Debts Court. — ? * — ~ — Wednesday, Seitemiiek 4. (Bef ire Mr F. W. Garstang, P.M.) niary uonovati v. I'atnck I'ige. Claim for goods purchased for defendant, il 15J «d. De-fenrirtjit peid 14s fid into court and claimed 8s us a sot off lot tlie sale dfi safe. Mr tinman appeared for plaintiff,'^ Mr Windeyer fur defi-ndant. j PUintifl' stated that she purchase! ^uuub 10 lub value or n is Bd at Jane] Hnd J^nes, and l4s at Miss Keiincdf'i for 1 he dvfendnnt when ho was nt the Oddfellows' Hotel. She demanded in;. muht 011 Auuusc It), and he refuiej J pay. Witness had previously purchnsed articleR (or defendant. To Mr Wiudfyer: On March 31st de fendant paid £2 12s 9d fur goods b, ughtj from n sale terough Mr Kelly 1 he diJiini] pay £$ l4s file 63 for a safu was paid to defendant when he paid Mr Donovan 10s be owed him. John Donovan gave corroborative cvi-j dence concerning tlie payment uf the fr\ Patrick Fiti;o deposed that when sett]. ing up with Mrs Donovan he paid {3 Hs\ and not...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Moama Police Court. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. (Before Mr F. W. Garstang, P.M., and Messrs John Lewis and James Skelly, J'[?].l'.] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

Wloama Poll^Court * Tw*l.*v18KlWai;i:l.3 JMu-ick lWcr for hei,,,. drun. A rIjusivc ltti.Bu»g0 „, nonsuch Z,\ '* duty ho wua tiuud 5a or 24 |,u,,P ?'* '' HoHnia lockup. huurs '« tl18 dnhii llahir wits chw»d .,» 1.2 -. till .ir.. ? -. '.,.'' ,Cllllir- value Philp. -r l ' ''^uri^ Klll4rJ Mr J. T. Nathan appenrtd for .) - ,ud pleaded guilty. I^SS* u beirnj Huhir'B Uist oficiKc «,,i i'1 (vctergivenbyiho Hie, ,* ^ f'J £3, costs 0a Uld, in default tj^jjg impnsonm.nt in Dcnilitiu.n t-oal n line was paid. 4 S ''? »»J Frcderwick Grace Quirk U Vim ? I w«S charged with tlilthVdVS Bundil™ a set pulley diiim «md Sfc pair liaineBi pair pull mm, ono ££' horse collar^ threo cbdiMin». ..j . '-\ bdih of the value in ill of 52- Z ° pertj -of Richard Bergman , eU £1 ing at Altcar ono ton. one adte d ni,d two bits, rasp, and four chuff U?l vallie in fall of 80s the property of HeZn I Varcoe. Accused wafe mntenwd lo im I priBo..n,ent for four months »ith harf labor in Deniliquin mi, the sfcntenca ,„ bQbui...

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