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HELPING THE FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901
nPJ.PINff THE FABW* 1 The RaUway Oommieaii* .^M to accede ^''^j^l gress Association, and b» ^m capable ofhotogf-OOOK'^ ing ot tho same me ? *» ^JM siding* the farmers haj g ^ H the amount of urtert* on ^^ weighbridge odmg I J8 °J^ A Thoftew rates -* JfLrfenb** gener^ help fcjwgJV redoM bags tot ohafi ana.Jh6 Hitherto ?? of 28s being grant^^ct0rial6« have beett landed/™™svdney. ? ton cheaper than frowSy1^ ?
ORIGINAL SELECTORS AND RE-APPRAISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901
ORIGINAL SELECTORS ASD 1 RE-APPRAISEMENTS. 1 An important case has arisen 'm the Nowra district under thcApptaisfl meAt Act. Thomas Gandettra in plied for the re-appraisement ol tl conditional purchase at Toinema Whmi- the case came up for considmf tion the local board held that the tft plicant was not entitled to re-appiaisj ineut on the ground that he ms no the original selector, and was noiin residence at tho timo of making «j application. Mr E. I). M.Uen J appeared for the applicant, appeaia to iheBand Court in Sydney ^ the decision of the lecal board, t» result being that the «»'»?*? to the local board, *lth the bWJ tions to appraiso the holding- «« local board, under ^M^H the Land Court, appraised I the «m value of the holding at Ift I«» Thia decisioh of the Land Court m thewaytoperBDhsvvhoareo^ selections ana are uoi, «.(,--- nor in residence at the time iof M plication for appraisement, » their holdings re-appraM. W cision of the Land Court eg JJI interest there, asother lan...
PROPERTY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901
PROPERTY SALE. Mr II. J. Wooldridge sold by nuhlic auction vesterday, at Tattorsall'e Hotel, allotments 1, 2, 3, 4, 18, 19, and 20, Soction 39, on which is erected the comfortable residence known as ' Tarongile,' and a small cottage. The upset price was £400, at Which figure it' was knocked down to the bid of Mr A. H. Windeyer. Several other properties were sub mitted, but were, all passed in.
AMATEUR CAMERA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901
AMATEUR CAMERA CLUB. On Wednesday evening a mmeeting of members of the newly-formed Amateur Camera Club was laid at the Club's rooms in Napier Street, Mr A. H. Windeyer presiding. Correspond- ence was read from Dr. Hosking ac- cepting the position of President, and enclosing a donation of £2 2s ; from Mr Windeyer enclosing £1 1s ; from A. L. Tattersall donating Trophy for Junior competition to be decided at the end of the present month ; from Mr Sale donating trophy for senior competition at the end of next month; and from the hon. sec. Gordon College Camera Club undertaking the judging for competition. After the business had been concluded Mr Tattersall de- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; livered a lecture on developing, which he illustrated by actual work, develop- ing six plates. Each plate had dif- ferent exposures, both under and over; and the lecturer manipulated them in order to show how the developer could be worked t...
PASTURES AND STOCK BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
TASTUaES AND STOCK HOARD. On ThursJay morning ibn liifiiilirra of Uie above Board mcl at tbeir ollico, lind-Streot, Mr A. 3. McLaurin pru sided, and tho followint; pontlfinon wcro aUo pn-mnt : — Messrs H. C. Parker, R. H. Lnn.lalo, C. C. M'Cnl look. F. h. Falkinor, \V. U. Clarke, G. R. luelin. and G. Currio. Thu Chairman reported that 11. W. Harlily, the rucoivor of scalps at Sloroco, li:td left tho district, and suascslef' t'10 aP' pointment of J. A. Parker. Tho sug gestion was agreed to.. Accounts amounting to £5 I8s 0(1 were passed for payment. Applications for the position of rabbit inspector were then dealt with. Fifteen applications were received, and these were narrowed down to five, vist, J. Weir, junr., D. M. Robertson, Ernest Reid, C. O'Brien, and W. Matthews. Tbe final selec will be decided upon at a special meet ing of the Board to be held on Thurs day, September 26. In tbe meantime the Secretary was instructed to write to the Chief Secretary in regard to tbe enforcement...
Deniliquin Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
Deniliquin Hospital. Tbe stljnunind mcotihp of iv. ,. I Sc'hoI of Arts on Tnrnd,. - I ^».i,.Hi.,.i? Kll ,„„..,/,.;;';;*. I hen :- Mitm* ]v. K. Cm tm, /it ,..:?'? I T. T.vi.T. H. A. Gv.l». K I. ( Ur ''» I .T.Cmw.I1n,l.1.G«r^h.y Uuii'^| Ni:wHumitai,. I P'anHnf thu liciv IIf.'t,it»l «„ I mitted ft* final !„«, ccti,.,J, an^l V'1' I tary hrr i,,K mcicd to f..r«'ri I h' I th. Chief Government MedTll'oL'' Sydney, for Ilis approval. 8levr. I Oli- A«ii: Pknhiosk. I A Icmg ci'i vfivutiouft) difcis.i,« I |iIbch UK to he smeui t old «no ,,„„ ? * I «h,,Ul.l pay «ho were inmR,oTr,r:i sMtutimi, and it was HgteeA uinc «J watt.r stand o^er a, til nm „,«,?' '?? TueGasQiikshojj. I The Secretary brought under (he &m I »h ch had been conuumed at iho hlfn| da. ing the past eight, months in en ff I sion (it that ot lai-t year Th« «T I showed, that .eiB 17s 9j Wa8 .^1 \y**\ from 1st January toSlst Augus t]mM and that £20 17s had beea exS fe year for the same period.. He exnlaZI that a savinR could ...
New South Wales Parliament. THE £4 000,000 LOAN. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
New South Wales ParliaJ ment. I THE £4 000,000 LOAN. I Sydney, Tusdij. I In the Loiinla'ive AssuiiiMytlu'sirtw.B nan, Mr O'Sul iv. u infonii.d JlrHJ-H man thit the piopuhod liuesuf milmjB from Ttiiimri to Wyalongand from fett-H full to Wy along hua I o n coiiH'duied bjl tliu Gnbiiiuc i hat afternoon, and tint ti«l C«l-iiiet hai dec ded t,, ask the Hume lafl i . fur thu 'L'einora route to the PubLcfl Works ciimuiittee. I Mr Sre, in rep^y tn a quf stum, aid J yn'.-it proportion of the i'4,Ol)0,iJ0(l iial viis tu payi ff thu amounts cuiuing Jueinl cnniitctiou with the Darling llarlmnuraj RucIch resumptions. It was sol :o fel supposed that the Government ivuulil tijl to float n loan of this kind in tlieslnte. ltl ivsb to be regretted th:it the mnrlc: msl nut easier. Sti 1, the Governmsn'. Wtol float a loan to meet the claims mentiuril Ho had asked the Agoi.t-Geoenl if iil uem possilila to have the hm Wl -vithout being underwritten, and *? Agent-General had replied that i: nsl nut. Actua...
Mr Crick. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
Mr Crick. When Mr Crick, tbe Minister for jj*B came to town as 4 boy, be 'Vf[ i ? spare time in old book shops, sn° '!d ? a rare collection (writeB the *^B Press.') Hie reading »m 'KB and it was in thoso early 'PruH gathered that knowledge that won w^ H recognitions as oneof the f reitestm^ M in Porlinmnnh When he camefn»'.u ? to eater Mr SUMery's office w ''T^pl clerk, his boxes contained »-!. i-gjsBJ of old books. In the boMtofr?»;.ftM whioh he then lived, Cnek '^^tBl young men bigots who ?''-*** J^M Satholio Church, until eventually WJ«| to lead anew boarder into a -*')?? for the delight of seeing him ^flM Criok. Wfien he entered Parliame* £H| defeating Mr Wise, he dressed as i »SB| bush swfll, with a short coat, U&'^HI pants, and long, pointed boots, «*£? ne could kick the eye out of ? JpBJ The late Sir Henry Airkes had «JM Wise during the campaign, and '^?i picturesque language, to»tshorty«I*aj Speningof Parliuuent CncU ; moved ''« j&tJUto call attention tc , ft...
JERILDERIE POLICE COUR[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
JERILDERIE POLICE CO* Eleven shearers who ff'\M South Yathong Station ast «*? brought before the P/c° cgl Tuesday charged under ftoW| ana Servants' Act, with toavft W out reasonable cause beloK m^ contracted for was complete ?!? — MeiHon, solicitor, 'PP^Jf, ? R. Rawlins, thecompam^^™ men all pleaded not guilty, *m serted in evidence bat the 6b« rough shearing. A heavj pe« not pressed for. The Bench, £? ing of Mr Garatang, £.»?- \m William Elliott, J.P.,fi'ea SB fendant £2 and costs, or 14 Wm pri6onment. H
POSTPONEMENT OF CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
POSTPONEMENT OP CASES. 'On a representative' of this journal attending at the Police Court on Wed nesday last to report a number of municipal cases which were' set down for hearing, he was informed that the cases were postponed for a week for tho attendance of tho Police Magis trate, who is at present on his monthly circuit through Berrigan, Finloy, Jeril derie and Tocumwal. Knowing tho P.M's. absence the Clerk of Potty Ses sions took the precaution of Bonding out six notices to local Justices, but Mr Wooldridge was tho only one who was present at the appointed hour.
The Federal Capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
the Federal Capital. I 'i',,;; (jufstion of tho selection of the I aIt(1 f,jr tlio capital of our new-born ll.1;11,ii pennies cash day moro nruBs iiifj. l'uC 'very reason it is necessary that ll)': question should bo finally settled ; on political grounds, in tnat it husincsB of tho Commonwealth can only l-c 1'roporly adjusted and its workings ovorlookod and guided ftom un oflicial centra ; on moral and on social grounds, in that while uncer tainly prevails, heartburnings and wire-pulling will bo in evidence to an extant entirely unworthy of our nation hood ; and more than alt on business .?rounds, in that our trade and traders aro alilw extremely hampered by delay. Tho sooner tho question is resolved the sooner will the natural flow of busi ness bedirocted into Us prqpercbannels It is evident that if it is to be a good thing for the nation to have a defined and acknowledged centre — and who is there who will deny tho fairness of the supposition? — then the sooner that tho nation ta...
THE MOAMA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
THE MOAMA SHOW. The nineteenth annual ahowof Hhe Moama Agricultural and Pastoral Society was held oil Wednesday in splendid weather. The attendance was a record one, being estimated that fully. 2,000 people were present. There were a few exhibitors from Deniliquin, and that of Mr O. Wilshii;e r.eceived first prize for the best two-year-old colt or gelding. ' Dirt Hamtner band,' who is now doing study at MadowlaEark, received first and cham pion in hia class ; and Mr O. Falbiner beat a. Melbourne exhibit for ponies 14 hands and under. In the. Needle work Section Mrs G. H. Mayger re ceived a second .prize for plain hand eewhig ; Miss E. Coleman a first for plain knitting ; while Mrs G. Leetham was second lor crochet work.
Deniliquin Commons. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
Deniliquin Commons. A few weeks ago it was decided by the Trustees of the local Commons that no extended pasturage bo granted to travel ling stock without thu sanction of the Trustees. Formerly the Secretary and Herdsman granted the extended pastur age at the recognised rates, viz., 10a per thousand sheep per day. Last evening a meeting was .called of the Trustees on a report from the Herdsman that 2,000 fat sheep, the property of Messrs K. and. W. Naughton, come un to *Ka Anm itintf '*?»** Tiia--Hii1f mnf-niflrv Inch Early on Wednesday morning 1000 were trucked, the remainder being left feeding on the common. According to instruc tions the herdsman informed the drover (O. Cormack) tint ho muBt move on with bis sheep as he was trespassing, and that no travelling sheep were allowed to de pasture onr the common. Cormack re plied that he could not move on, as he was waiting for trucks to send the sheep to market'. A. 'letter was road from Messrs Mackenzie Bros, at; the' meeting applyin...
TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
TOWN BAND. '? The Town Band, which was to give its second monthly concert in the War )Dg Gardens on Sunday afternoon last, but which was postponed owing to the inclemeney of the weather, will perform on Sunday afternoon next. The fol lowing items will be played under the direction of Band Master Carvosoe : — March, ' Peace with Honour' ; Selec tion, ' Lurline ' ; Anthem, ' Hail Blessed Day '.; Cornet Solo, ' Rose's March in C ' ; Selection, ' Sabbath Chimes ' ; March, ' Sunday Gem ' ; Anthem, ' Praise the Lord ' ; ' God Save tho King.' A collection Will be taken up in aid of the Uniform Fund. It is to be hoped that the public will help the band in this matter. -
Items of News. AMATEUR CAMERA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
Items of News. AMATEUR CAMERA CLUB. The Amateur Camera Club held a demonstration on printing, toning, and fixing photographs last Wednes day at their rooms in Napier-street, Mr H. Harrison, assisted by Mr A. L. Tattersall, being the demonstrators. A very instructive lecture and some practical illustrations were given to the members present, some 80 or 40 prints being toned. The work of photo graphing and developing the subjects had been carried out by members of the Club, and there was a good attend ance at the lecture to see thorn finished.
MR. FRANK KNIGHT'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
MR. FRANK KNIGHT'S CONCERT. The late Lord Tennyson aptly says : — ' The old order changeth, yielding place to new.' This is evidenced in more ways tban one, but ia no otbeu moro strikingly, perhaps, tban the means adopted by tbe blind of recent years to earn a respectable livelihood for themselves. Whether they adhere to music, literature, handicrafts, or whatever else, the results gained arc far more salutary than those obtained heretofore, doing both credit to them selves and to their respective institu tions alike. That an ever generous public are fully alive to this is evi denced by the fact that Mr' Frank Knight's concert to be given in, the Town Hall on Wednesday next will be supported by some of our leading local ladies and gentlemen with a view of making the carrying out of bis por tion of the programme less arduous. Although blinJ for slightly over 20 years the visitor contrives nevertheless to put a bold face on things, thus fur nishing an example of indomitable pluck. His...
PRESIDENT M'KINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
PRESIDENT . M'KINLEY. The latest bulletin respecting Pre sident M'Klnley, who -was shot in the stomach by the anarchist . Czolgasz (full particulars of whioh appear on our fourth page), is of a reassuring character. It states that the Presi dent's condition was eminently satis factory, and that unless complications took place he would rapidly become convalescent. His pulse was 101, his temperature 99 4-5, and bis respiration 26 por minute.
RESIGNATION OF BISHOP GOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
RESIGNATION OF BISHOP GOE. Tho public generally will (states the ' Argus ') learn with regret that the Rev. Dr. Goe, the Anglican Bishop of Melbourne, has decided to resign his see Bo soon after, .the rising of the Church Assembly as tbe business of the diocese and the engagements he has already made will permit. To those acquainted with his Lordship, this 'announcement will apt come alto gether as a surprise. His strength of late bas failed considerably. The effects of long-continued Ulness, com bined with the shock of his recent be reavement, have reduced him to a state of -health that cannot but occa sion anxiety. A period of rest, if not change, has become imperative. In these circumstances the Bishop will not preside at the forthcoming session of the. Church Assembly, but has asked the Dean of Melbourne . to take his place. Dr. Goe was appointed Bishop of Melbourne in September, 18S6. Dr.- Goe was born in Louth, Lincoln shire, in 1632, and was the sou of. Mr Fiuld Flowers Goe, ...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901
mki r.oi i:m: makkkts. Vat Suvxv Th.i iii»rkH »« fully n,;(!|,lic.l, nn.lii.iint! »!-,..!! W) i'1''' Iliviriim. All ?|UKlitieR woro r. pro MMiti-1, ihfi frailer |iortmn nuiHiiluix -?- um-ful Mid (joml quality niuriniw. Thu ?li-iiiuiiil whs M4 hi i HCtii'r. nml price* inM (rein -i'l i-- In per h«*l wrier liwl wock'n ini|imv«ii nitun, hIphih hhIuh lining -!.«? nuiull. yiintntiiitw : -1'rinir -i'««- brod w.tlu'-s, fr.mi 18i to l!l« (i I ; ??Uru d.i., fr.mi 20. l» 22s ; (['''I -1»-. f r mi K« (U I.) 1?k«(,I ; lni'lcllinx (In., from 13* : iiriinecruiMinnil iiwos, from IVifM i-i17»; i-xlnidii.. from 17«IM t.. 1«* li.1 ; tl- -«1 (In., fnnii 13* SI I In Kim; middling -l' , fr'in 12s ; l-ost invrino wclliom, ft 'in ins Cd I.. 18s, few 18* (Id ; gmA do., from 14x0(1 t» Jfls ; iiiiddlini- d-- . fnnn 12*, with fnw merino uwcn tu 14s ; hli'.w iili.-..'|) (shorn croiiihrad weihcrs, i» ?$??_; o*uh, to CLs ; niorino wuthorn fnnn I''. uV. t«2lN.) Fat Lambs. — The duniHnil wrh n»l nvunly iimintaiiiui...