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THE VOICE OF A BIGOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

TUE YOICli Of A MGOT. Speaking at tho Mossing of tho Komau Catholic mortuary chapel and tho translation of tho reuminB of tbo late Bishop Byrne from the cemetery to »ho vault under Iho chapel, on fiundav last. Mr K. C. O'Neill made remarks boariug upon tbe ProU-slants respect for iho dead. He contrasted visitors to Catholic and Protestant cemeteries, and said Ibat visitors to tbo latter went merely for an outing, or to idly survey the inscriptions on headstones. Tuey were very seldom visited by relatives of those buried there. Visitors to the former were generally found paying reverence to tho dead. Nothing had contributed more to the maintenance of the faith of Ireland than the spiritual inter course of her children with the souls of the dead.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK MOVEMENTS. RIVER LEVELS EDWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

STOCK MOVEMENrS. Tho following are the stock movonionts for tho week :— 80 stud rams from Boonoko to Netloy station ; 250 stud rams from Riinio station (Union Bank of Australia) to Tolarno ; 348 f *t wotliera from Mundiwu by rail to Melbourne ; 350 stud rams from lioonuko U- K. and VV. Kaugliton, Douili quin ; l,0(U fat wothors (E. and W. NaughtunV) by rail to Melbourne ; 7,800 welhera, from Tuppiil station, and 8,000 wethers from Purricoota station to Booth Bros.' Gobbagumbalm station, Waitga ; 435 fat wethers, (R. Landalu's) by rail to Melbourne ; 10 bullocks from Gulpa Crook station to G. llowatt, Molbourao ; 0,000 wethers and o, (500 owos from Cobran ICstiito (Mackay aud Copland, of Pomiiiga l.irnti) to Kiind» ; 11,950 2 and 4-tooth o«-ct(K, and W. K«ughtan'K) from Tuppul utiitioi to St. Goorg.', QuueusUnd ; 3,900 wuthcrs (W. Cumming's) to Wagga aud Kiandra ; 1,000 owes from Quiamong to U. E. Young, Bull Plains, Corowa dis trict ; 551 Iambs from Norwood to Austral Freezing Works...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

THE RAINFALL. From reports received at the Tele graph Office the thunderstorm experi enced on Wednesday in Deniliquin was general throughout the greater part of Riveriim and the Western District of Victoria, but the storm was accom panied by little ram. Deniliquin had 30 points up to nine o'clock yesterday morning, and five additional points -were registered up to six o'clock lost night. The other returns are as folio we; — Euston, 8; Wentworth, 9; Hay, 7 ; Conargo, 26, Jerilderie, 42 ; Mossgiel, 4 ; Booligal, 10 ; Oxley, 11; Berrigan, 55 ; Echuca, 42°; and Waht gqnyah, 5. 'I

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Moulamein Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Moulamein Items. (FllOM A CojlUGSPONtlEVr.) Two. very interesting criokot njatohes Imve taken place during the suason down this way, the unutoRting parties being employees on Mooloomoon and Wooroouia Stations. *Lhe former players, in both matches, showed an excellent display of cricket, defeating Woprooma each time. Tiie Woorooma employees are much in debted to their generous employers, Messrs E. S. Bailiioreand A. G. Steven son, for presenting thorn with a handsome 6at of cricketing nnteriai, and at the con clusion of tho match three hearty choers were accorded these two gentlemen, whom I laarn are held in great esteem by the employees. Shearing; is nearly completed in tho diB\ trict, mid if rain don't soon c -mo again tho grass which has already sprung will wilher. There is a great qusntity of wijol stored here owing to wanf «'f water ^BUtljcent to have it taken by boat, but as tho river has now risen things will soon be busy getting it aw»y, A mae:iiig.«f the Commonwealth Poot Ci...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMONS TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

COMMONS TRUSTEES. The Trustees of the Commons were again called together on Monday even ing for the purpose of considering an application for extended pasturage. The application was made by Messrs Horwood and Raleigh, as agents for Mr;W. D. Donnelly, of ' The Meadows,' Wagga Wagga. Mr Raleigh, who was present at me meeting, expiamea mat the sheep, 5,000 in number, were for merly the property of Messrs Donnelly and Beaver, and were travelled from Hurnula Station, in the Wagga district, to Deniliquin. The sheep had been for sale from the time they left the Station, but they had reached the boundary point of the North Common when the local agents received a tele gram stating that the sheep had been sold to Mr W. D. Donnelly, and were to return to the Wagga .district at once. Mr Weir, the Stock Inspector .for this district, was applied to for a permit, but refused to give one until ' the con firmation of the wire bj?. letter. 'Al though this Wiis received in due course, Mr Weir refused ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VIOLENT HURRICANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

VIOLENT HURRICANE. The moat violent hurricane that has visited Deniliquin for a number of years was experienced between one and two o'clock on Wednesday after noon. During the morning the weather had been close and muggy, and there was every indication of a thunderstorm. shortly after one o'clock heavy showers fell, accom panied by hail; but about halfan hour afterwards the wind could be. heard whistling, and trees creaking in, all directions, followed by vivid light ning and heavy showers of rain, which lasted only about ten minutes. However, it was found that in the west end of tbe town considerable damage had been done. ( Several chimneys were blown down, roofs were lifted from a number of bouses, and street trees were snapped toff like carrots. ? Mr Albert Krug had iho misfortune to lose his horse. It appoars that the horse was feeding iu tbe yard of Mr E. Hood, when two sheets of iron, to which was attached a heavy piece of red gum, blew off a neighbour's fowl-house into the ya...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Items of News. DOG REGISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Items of News. DOG REGISTRATION. Owners of the canine species are re minded that the time, has again ar rived for registering, which can be done up to the eud of the month, for a modest half-crown. Owners are liable to aiine of 10s with costs for uon compliance with the law.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. On and after the 14th November next two blocks of land in the Corowa Land District will be available for Homestead Selection. The first block is on Tuppal and Barooga Holdings, distant four miles from Finley, and contains an area of 501 acres, the capital value being £8 per acre. The other block is on Momalong holding, 8 miles from Berrigau, and' contains 925} acres, of a capital value of £2 per acre.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

CIRCUIT COURT. A Circuit uourt will be uoiaen at the Court-house, Deniliquin, oa Wed nesday, 9th October nest, before His Honor Mr Justice Simpson, when all Magistrates, Jurors, Witnesses, and other persons concerned. a.ro reputed to attend, -

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Sporting Mems. IBv W'm.r.r.Ki.KT.l By liis win in the Sydney Handi cap at Randwick, Sirdar has in cuned a penalty of 7lhs for the Mel bourne Gup. His weight is now 7st. 5lb. : ? .'.-?R'speater.'/tne Canlfirhl Grand National '.Hurdle Race winner, has been sold (privately to a Victorian sportsman, rfs' Paul Pry, |jioSe usefulness in liigh ?class oonipam' on the flat seems to be close fo enaigjj,is'; so' report says, tobeput'to'-fti'jSle -racingi He is said to. sliow. marked ability as a, jumper,. ?, '?; . . A scribe' Writes calling attention ? to vtfhat lie, calls the', rottenness . of the figure system, 'and mentions another good horse in Hautvillers as being without a. number, and ineli gible for the Stud Book. The . iNew . Zealand-bred .. borse Uniform and seven. mares h,3veieen sent by Mr L. E. B. Homan frpm England' to his stud in South' Africa. ? Most of the 'descendants of the Melbourne Cup winner Gaulus, who were; sold' at the break-up of, the Warwick Farhi; Stu'd, 'were'.'niu...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

LOOK OUT! LOOK OUT ! ? ????:? ;wha^V;:FOE;:?';... /' : .?,/./' . ?? ? ? '?' ' -: - ;-??? ^-^?/??'??: ; .1U-:.- '-. : ? ?: ..'..'„,,;;.;;. ?? ? .'''' '. v-^y ? y, ? ? .,.., .i, ,? ? v;t~*;;. SALE HOI -SALE MO I :;-S&IiE.:ii!Qi SALE HOI SALE HQl SALE HO! | ' . .;-;. ; ?;?;. .:??';?:. /./,,;; Eed House, I«yceiim Stores^ Ffhird Block, Pall Mall^ JBendigcy I Is lioldiqg onei cf the Largest Saies eves* h@8d In I ? r )o[ ? ' '? ? ? ? ?' ?'? ? HE GOODS MUST GO- AT' ANY I EVERYTHING In Oar Warehouse Marked to I ' '.?'?. COST £RICE; ; ' '':;.' \: );. V' ' mn: OF OUB PRICES SHO W Ydut what ? WE -'SfTEND TCpDO I THE SALE; 15; -NO SHAM. ' ' ; ? OMPrioep. Sale Prices ? :'' ' ''. ? ?????: £/:s 'd ?.. ;.'. '? ?' -/:' * ?- H .. , 1 O White boulile Sheeting for !-? ? .3. 0 White Colonial Flannel for -3' ? .... 1' 5 OOolouial White Blankets :. ? .'?-?.?.: {double .bed) for..'.'- ? 12 6 H n.Tril . ; 10 0 English Whitney Blankets B fa ALE I ? (double bed) for... ... 10 G ? ;'' : ? ???_ 4' Stripp...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHUCA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

ECHUCA MARKETS; Tho yarding of fnt and store cattle for Saturday')) sales at Echucn was b targe one. There was a good uttundMics of buyers, and competition for fats tvai kocn, full Isle rntuR being wall maintained. Quotations : — Best bullocks, £11 15s to £13 12s Cd ; fat cows, primo, £10 2a Od ; do., good, £7 8s to £7 17« ; fat licifero, £5 19a to £(- 14s ; springers, £4 to £4 10«; do., heifers, £2 14s ; store bullocks, for ward £6 18s ; store- steers, £3 12s 64 ; storo lioifors, £2 l(5s ; yearlings. £2 to £2 (U ; calves, to £1 I'M. Sheep.— A good yarding and brisk market. Kat sheop rialisud about late rates, but prices for lambs were a »hudo bettor. Quotations : — Crossbred wutliem, 18s 3J ; mcrinn wcth urs, Ids Id ; crossbred hogguU, 11b Gd ; merino owes 10s 3d ; primo lumbs, 14s ; do., young to lls 3d. Pigs. — A full yard ing and active bidding. Quotations : — Bttconors, 42s to 64s ; porkors, 35s to 38s; slips, 9s 9d to 14s. Horsas. — A large entry of an inferior sort, for which...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock Report. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Stock Report. MKLIHtl'ilKK MAHKKTS. Kat Kiikki1.— The greater portion '1 thi- Hii|i|-ly iRiigvd Cinm gwid to tiwtul ?jniili. tii'H, with a fair jiiiijtoitiiiii priiin\ Tin' niniKil uiirnru itmdKo nl. luwcr MU1', i)Ui rnjiidly twivcrwd bk union |in-ur. *mi1, mill in Uiu Utter |-nrl uf llit iimrkrt (???in. jirlilKui *!»? kociior, wlutn li M ilom-ii|f tiiiliH runliwsd h «lmiip in mUiwcc of Inn' WO.k'H i)Unt»l,ioiiH, I'riinc cnm^lired WCltlCt-K, IlOlll \1n\l\ t-l HIS J I'Xil'H, llo , frmn l«s-M to 21, ; g ???-» ?!.?.. f''' lr' til to 17s tH ; tiiiddlitift do., from Vi»M ; |iiiiiiu ciimiibrol uwch, from Ids -? I t» ''? tl-l ; nln do., fp.m 17h Od tu 20s ; K'''' do., IHs to 14k !M ; middling M--1 iiid-rim, from Us -id ; liua morino wi'llivra. fi''i lf.8 (id lo 18s ;M ; good do., from 14s -- I to ]-$s ; uiidiiling do., from I2i ; with mormo owes, from 8s to 14h ; Mho line nhorn merino wnihcni, m 13s 7d and Ma ; few seconds «( lla. Fat Lamrb. — Owing to tlio largely increased eupply, togotl...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

The Bridge Hotel, Napier Street, Dcnlllqufn. J. T. BOUCHIER, VyiSHES lo ftilltnalc ,0 h.-, « .nt he lias hascl ibo n,H,VL. '???'??: ««i«l. nml liopes by eliict «tt.', ? VT! l.ui.nuw io' mura „ 1air ^^ oJ-^ t . Hest Hmn.Uof Ales ai.,| s,,iri,s :'.''' j cjasf. AccoBunodntioii. Oood Sinbl'ic' 'z''- I GOODGRAfiS PAPD0CKS FOR HoitSI-'s 1 Sinele an.r Double Hnitiesf. llnim./,.'^ 1 Kles, GiR?, etc, and Ladies' and Geml ' I Sa-ldlc HacU a1Wnys on Hire aT ™'t, notice, and at reasonable rales. 1 1. 'f. BOUCniER. 1 ?BfWge Hotel, I . . : ' ; ' Opposite Public pc|lno, 1 NOW ON SALii I Raw and Boiled Oil I Turps, ' ?? ? I Draught Castor, I Stockholm Tar, I Neatsfbot Oil, I Plough lines, I Plough Shares. I GaiHen Spades, 1 Forks and Shovels, I Fencing Wire, I Colonial Ovens I Iron Tanks. I At Reasonable Rates, I AT '? P. PAGANS'. I DENILIQUIN CYCUT I MACHINERY AGENCY, I ; END STREET. I Agents l-oii:. H I)avies-Pranl;lifl. Ecil Bird, ltalcisli. i;,iv,r ? Uayinii, ' UlRvelnml. ami Hnmbur ' ? OyvlcFi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A VISIT FROM GIPSIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

A VISIT FROM GIPSIES. Some months ago tho presence oi a horde of Gipsies in Victoria gave riee to a deal of comment, the nomads not being appreciated by the citizens of tbe numerous towns they visited. Lately little has been heard of them, but during the week they have ' favored ' Deniliquin with a visit ; but apparently the horde has divided, as only about half-a-dozen are camped near the Jubilee Park. From all accounts the female members have already got to work 'crossing the hand with silver,' and are doing good ViiiHitp.BB with tho credulous portion of tho community — more particularly their own Bex. Since coming to Aus tralia they have apparently learnt the art of canvassing, for they are making a house to house call to dispense their wares. However, they are persons not to be encouraged, and the sooner they make tracks for the 'old man plain' the better will it be for the gullible persons who support them, and also for the grooers and butchers.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

P YQIS QAN PURCHASE AT *% I PALING'S -.'{ KT Evpry known 'I W WWGAL fHSTRUMEHT. -2§ jP* Tlic terj lust ^ S nflK©S and V M «t the Very Lowest Prices, MB /& end cm Ef.sy Terms ? gK \ PLEHSE y -f Cf.ll ami inspect our Stock. C £ 5VBR7BGDY J1 fi$ if, -^Vose. Qtility and 0& ?» Cocrttry lire extended to \j \ iril. Catalogues Free. jf j- W. 8. f AUS8 & m., ITO., k « «B i5«T.5t ST., STBHK. ^ * ''^^^A,,^ When they put a man «f jrfVrf3^iS 'n 8»ol» 1'e cannot fol-. ' i SKHli' j 'ow ''s Dat;ural inclina - 1 !||| j cMife Is limifad^o'fie S SSjpsrT' csnnnt oat what he 4K««kLI- wantB to- '*° is limited KV^fepT tfl a very fiugul diet. - P^'^-V) '?' '' nl'VOi t0 1)0 llUre- J^vffi^lpSi A liutHfo doesn't |)nsfees r'£^iK!LS,*lja very many iiiivaiitagi-s. *M1 ^^EiS^-gft' Aro not all these things i '^w^'!'-'';1j'';- eqmlly trun of the dya -*— 'feV-^ViV l-]-tiu? For all the W'-i^ir ''' ?'''joynioiit-ho f.o\i _. j&i'JXtgf out of iifii,,hi! might as ^feTrra likw, nor n« jmioh...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A POLICE COURT ITEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

A POLICE COL'HT ITEM. Every man to bis trado in a into saying, but it was no Iwlujr exempli fied than at the police court on Wed nesday. Mr Wilkinson was cross examining Mr Hunter Landalo as to whether a certain portion on Mundiwa Station was a reserve. Mr Landalo replied tbat Uie timber oemgruug «u» sufficient proof tbat it was not a re servo. Mr Wilkinson replied that be knew of ienerves being rung, which brought forth a rejoinder from Mr Landale, which in effect nieaut ' \ou may know something about law, but absolutely naught about reserves aud rung timber.'

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shearing Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Shearing Case. - ? ♦ — j— Al Ihe .JcriWcrio I'..l!oe dull oiilNi»d«y lM-h-m tlic 1'olioe MnuifctntCi «!'? ^'r '?'? Kllinlt, J.l'.C. It lUwlins mwrager of VnUioiip KiaUon, proewdoil npiinst K. lirviitiui, W. Urctuiui, J. Mit«hi-ll, V. VAvnri*, J. E.lwwtii-, J). M'l*oil, U. Hin ion, T. Loucy, R. S«ui.deii-, 3J. Cmniilwll, an.l 4. .Inlmston, UiBt. Uicy rtid abrent them st-lvcf from llinir woiK hb 8lic«rc.» ana ihereby cause a broich t)t the 2«-l pcction of the MnsWts and Kcn'antu' Att. Mr ilcillou anpesreri fnroomplniiiiiTit. The .lof.Mi.laiitR i»lcad.yl not guilty. C. It. Kftwline Hi-posccl that he w^s nian-ger of South Yathong, The informa tion i«»rt wns oorrccl . He cnlled oat the roll mi the 23n! lilt. Sic out of eleven before the Court, were present,. Tlic men went to work under a verbal agreement, the oomli tioiis, nliioh wt.o tcaii to them, being £1 per hundred for sheep and lumbp, £2 for rims. Hu produced the document from which the terras were read. They started work, and subs...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Divorce made Easy. COMMENTS BY A SYDNEY JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Divorce made Easy. COMMENTS BY A SVDNEY JUDGE. The incrcMe in the umiit'cr of Jivorro petitioiii »?!? the miijet-l of noninieut. by Mr Jueiice (!. It. Simpson in Sym-y l«--t BtrcU. His Honor«ain be had beeninformed liy the chid o!crk in divon-c that 'he list for the present sittings wa« tho he»vic«t.Jor « considfiftblc time. It was trecoinmg a very ecrious thinfi. The number of the present ease was s.djb. » nun uiu un«i™ law tt-as pas»cd, tin ugh there were a great manycatos to be deult with, itvascxptciort that the iiuiiilicifl would gr-dnally l.ill w, but that lm-l not been so. Up noticed, ana u-«« glad to fiay. llint in the Federal hill pro posed lo be introduced, it. wm inlci ded to ifuiedv the nu*l dangi-r*us mid ohjicucn al)le provision in our law. A pemuu having obt«i..eJ an order for Ihn restitution of con jugal rights, and the order haviug been dis obeyed, could oh ain a divorce upon the ground of desertion, although only two or three months micht elapse. It w«s a dan gerou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD BEERIGAN WOOL-SHED BURNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

OLE BEKRIGAN WQOL-SHED BURNED. A fire occurred in tho wool-shed at Old Berrigan station, owned by Mr A. Wilson, oil Saturday night, at about 12 o'clock. A lad sleeping in the shed was awakoned^by hearing a crackling, and managed to escape. It was some time before the other hands were roused, and their efforts were then of no avail. The building was totally de stroyed, also some 30 bales of wool, which were in.tho shed at the time. These together with £00 sheep, were completely burned. Evans, a carter, hod a waggon drawn into the loading platform, and this was saved by two boys who were sleeping under it. Shearing was in full swing, but will to stepped now pending other arrange ments. The loss is estimated at £1500. Tbo police have been investigating, but nothing to show the cause of tbe fire is obtainable. There were insurances effected in the Northern office on the property, the wool-shed being insured for £450.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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