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Land Notes. Gazette, 11th September, 1991. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Land Notes. ♦ ... .. llstttte, Uth Septemlwr, |nfi|. OOMESTKAU (jKLKCriOK A151JA 777. (Avnilsblo Hi Ur«i« on and iifier iUh Oct. The l,M-d UuaH «H11 filoi UranoonSlh AovrniburlndeattvilhapplicaiiouB.) Within llorec Creek Holding. Coun.ly Unrnii, p.rieh Bon-c Creek. 1*' riiun IS of 4 SO acres ; capital value, £?'? 5^ per »cro : utimml rum, ilS JOs : unrwv fen, £' Os 8il ; improvement!!, £57 J39 gj IJoo.) agricultutal lund, red lujmy soil lim bered. Portion U of 052 acres; value £1 5s n r rcre; rent, £10 3vOd; fee, £8 3( 2d ? in. pray-menu, ^135 2s 4 1. Fair ngriiuliuml land, undu'ating. Portion SO of SSflJ acres; value, £1 I2s6d per acre; fee, £7 8s2d : inipiuvcmeuts £1 Us Gd. Good agricultural land. Portion 88 of 520 acres ; value, £1 12a 6d per here; fee, £7 Os 3d ; no improvements. Good agricultural laud. Pariah Clyde. Portion »3 of J80 acres ; value. £1 5s per acre ; fee, £8 5s ; improvements, £25 9s 2d. Good agricultural laiad. ; Portion 96 of 650abres ; value. £1 53 per aero: f...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1901. Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

'-: '?' ???-, OHURQBrMTlCEB. ' Btoday,' Septemdeb 22, 1901. ,.-?- ; . .. . Wedeydn. . . : . ':? Deniliquln.'!! -j.ni., and 7.i3O p,m. ; Homestead Seleotiohs, 3 p.m.; by the! -Rev. A. S. J. Harding. Also Lantern Lecture at Elimdale, on the 24th, Wan ganolla, on the 25th, and Pretty Pine, on fhe 26th, . Presbyterian, ' .' ' ,, Moroon, morning ; and Deniliquin, evening ;; by the Rev, R Welsh. ': Church of England. , . : ? Sixeenth Sunday after Trinity:— Deniliquin, morning and evening ; Wan canella, njurning; Pretty Pine (Mr McMillan's), aftornbon. ' The election of a member for Darling Downs in the House of Representatives, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Mr Groom, resulted in the return of Mr Lyttleton Groom, son of the latp pienjber.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

NOTICE. I HAVE disposed' of my BUSINESS to Mr John Kelly, all transactions in hand will be completed by him. I hope that the support hitherto accorded to me will be transferred to him. H. J. WO0LURIDGE. I HA VE purchased the above BUSINESS, and respectfully ask for the continuance of the Business extended to Mr Wool dridge. '' Town Hall, Deniliquin Monday; 5ept. 30. GRAND COMPLIMENTARY -.. Benefit /. Concert BY AtL THE LEADING LA.DV AND GENTLEllEN AMATEOES . TO THE TOWN BAND, In aid . of their New Uniform Fund. Front Seats,-2s; Back Seats, Is. Doors open 7.50 p.iii. DEMUQUIN CRICKET CLUB. rpHH.E ANNUAL ;MEETING of the X Deniliquiu Cricket Club will be Held at the Royal Hotel on Monday evening nest at 8 o'clock. All members, and intending mem bers, are invited to.be present. A. FOEDHASf. Hon. Sec. TENDERS. TENDERS 'received till noon, Thursday, 26th instant, for Repairing damages to Show Grounds. . ,.{. . . .. 'jppUIS HABUISON, ' Sec. P. and A. Society. Government Advertise ment. Gov...

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HOMESTEAD SELECTION AREA 779. County Urana, Parish Lake, within Colombo Plains Holding. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

HOMESTEAD SELECTION AREA 779. County Urana, Parish Lake, within Colombo Plains Holding, Portion 47 of 500 acres; value £1 10s per acre ; fee, £7 2s 01 ; improvements, £154 5s. Ffiir agricultural land. Portion 48 of 500 acres ; value,' £1 10s per. acre ; fee, £7 , 2s 6d ; improvements, £100 7s 6(1.. Fair agricultural land. Portion .49 of. 001 acres'; value, £1 10s per. acre ; fee,' '£-! ?'&' 6d ; improvements, £96. Fair agricultural land. Portion 79 of 4?G£ acreB ; value, £1 10s per. acre ; fee,. £7,. 3e 6d ; improvcmeuU, £132 4s 9d. Fair agricultural land. The above is levefaud slightly undulating light [free working losDi, with good clayey subBoil, and is fcpm 15. to 17 miles of ilorun dali railway station;. .

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COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

TOMrLIMEOTiBVCONCBI*« to be a pronounced sucoesB,/.« from the number ot «'e'7aretM taking part. As tbe 1« J^H devoted tothe purchase of new u«- M for the Band, theeffor^oftbcaj m Bhould be rewarded, by ft ^MM bouae. E

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(To the Editor of the Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

(To tU Mitor oftl* Aig^- ? Respectfully beg to tender our H Woete thanks to the t^}J*&*m gentlemen who voluntarily came i « 6 . ... ii._ iimo nf nur most 'lb 'To7^B need helped us socially and b^M BDtU the burial took place. £ But 1 , H timely aid we would have been P » ^M man is the local '^S^W^ .effective manner in whlohj1ne.lhvofp»'M his unenviable duties are worthy oip 'M recognition.— Your, otCM }tfH Alfred Barnes, JH«rf ~, jJM Gaffhey, George i Heller. S«mn« {|| William Tost, J»«f i«1901 MS Craig.- Barham, Sept. 12, 19'1- H

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Cobran hearing Hospital Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

tobran: hearing Hospital f Sports. I iir.Ki-i;- — r«tnm— Mr J. H. |««*f At Lkn-Hr W. It CI»rkU. l^'ilrmil. Clerk of Cuunw I » V a Trifle!. S. Ayrcst J. I ? ,„ rfnv 1-Rt Cohraii Station was I & ' , siior s, which firo look.d for I* .»r.wl spar , ^ ^^.^ ,|f t|l0 r' '' but i.v &**™ 'iiles »wiiy- Satur r1''11 ? r'tl er «nr... and dusty, but not | «-s r ne d ]|MjI0B w, & lirh5' 'Tad 'wtuiB fro'- -Calimfw I::''1'',' jiathour*. and Ballyrofiau, Pa, ViiS (he «npioy«» on the Estate PS« of fa'ly 250. . Thespo.ts I' ''Sic fu-tmcing in the ipqm Pl ft he -a B^lcndid lunph had been P.Arti « »o gracing commenced. l'r ,i ,,n iwiiscd off satisfactorily, only rC'[ ? ! Cg lodged dining the day, rISrt?& B«5. which »aa upheld lz '.''.'.. 'i^- and the race awarded ftf5owh.g are the details :- Irs '£& W5i4 linydia;acefitmi.ihp«tart.-tlw-w«n* la.taBiheii.cmAot.pe. ? VoQth-' Rhcc. under 18 years. -First, Ife' second, 2s 6d-J.--HUl, 1 ; li. Kfte Race First, 30s;- secon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

JOHN ADAM, Tobacconlbt, Ncwspnpcr & News Affcnt, NArilJIt Kl'KEET, DEN1LIQUJN. I^llli llrfcn-o, SiiiiiIb.v Tiniw. Arr.w. .Sluirinit! .lu.li;u, 1'iulli, W.rtl.cr. Umil, l.'i, IH:iiili-|iiiii Iiid|-cvtnleiit, Wiinlaur Mbv» r.mu, H:ii'iiiMvi)l1li-. Mnu-nrilie. I'iutoriul MnifiiKllii:. rmihelPii Ncw I'ennj- Mni-a»inij, t'haiinV'l'rOM Mnjfniiiiii!. I'ihwjU'b s^murilny .louiiiiil, Aiiftntlinii .liiui.inl, Aimli'iilinii II,— iq Journul. W'vlJon'n Moinhly, l/-«cli'b Drcssiiinkri Iliillle Nimikc, Union Jnck. IMcullvi! Tulwi. Over Un.l uml 8-».lln.vi,' 1'nvi Hntc l.ibmry, Huflnlo ItillV l.ihniry, Henri's Knfie Library, True liluu Wiir l*il-- niry, Illustrated JJit*. tihcUiby Hits, Til Itith, Ally Slopcr, tScMpii. Kii«p Sliulu, Answerc, J'ttiiHon'M Weekly, Oigaietic, I'liolo Hits. lllimtr»t«il I)p-U).l)ntu, Moyn' llp-to-l)at« Nnvulclli:. Alilinu II. lloliilnv, Uhristinn Humid, (JliriHtian- lluilgcl, l'ulicc Itud^ul. World'H Cmnic. iConilc Outs, Comic Mfc. (.'ulored Comic, Illunt.rntcil...

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Police Court. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. (Before Mr H J. Wod[?]ridge, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Police Court. - -- + ... FniHAV, tStfiTnuRBR 13. (Before Mr '1 J. WooHridRc, J.l».) Inspector, of Nuisances v. Frauds Spanw. Allowing cow a trt tlijiy in Khd Btr.-ft Tlie dufondnnt w»s fined 3s, with 4s JOd costs. .Siituc v. Arthur Butler. Riding n librse mi footpath in D»vidso'n-street. Pleadod guilty, and whs fmtd 2s CJ, with 4s lOd cists. ? Same v. Mrs Bucbnnan. Allowing cow :to stray. Pleaded guilty. Fined 3s, and 4s lOd costs. jSanie v. . Fra»ois. Monnhan. Oriving over footpath,.-. .£-ofendtint pleaded guilty .and. was lined 2s,6d, with 4s lOd costs. ? -(Befbre tiie Police Magistrate, and Mr ;??.' Gj/H. Penin, J.P.) ; R..B. iandalo v. .Henry Phillip .and Alfrod.. William Foster. Defendants .wgre'.ch'trgpd.tt-ith stealing partsof cer t'ajijjijeesmfhed by Robert Lfthda|e on. Kiu-iai«:a'.'i*!li *'?'?*?' '' r 'li'' . ;..'t. :'.'1 '??.? ? ,jStr:;,Winaej»er. ^'pearod fpt.?iilainUff, and-..Mr Wilkinson for defendants, who pleadeiluol guilty. '? ?. ?;.'.: ? r jlpliert Buuter.Lahdsle de...

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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

? School of Arts. [?] ? °''»a»itt».««j y elected meniWs of ? ^'ONoPOpnoE-BEAaE^, ' EB'. C UneRty~Messr8' A- Vrdham, , p^dfetary~M'W- H- Soiiaertan'a1 fc^-^rer-Mr H. P. de Nuj'ly (re,' PS).LibratiM-Mr G. Ealngey (re '., ?The M«ccr,LANEOcs. ' '' ? -..;?' ?matiob rtlh1 5 Moroo°' fl8kinB for in, I^^farnTture Z' ^™«*»« «»Sfc ? ''rare, etc., amounting to £4 4b ? W H«tiad ; bi,,^1 lbrsI'5n 'ported that Is ^'6 the W»Bl8eUed ^urinBthe month, V 0*282^* M'Ean.gey, the Lib! ???»'«? SS .forKnT took8' the invT^'y istrIbuted at l'1111^^,^^11* '»^ the WOrk8 B1' KooMrM readln8 room. V' Which Sn'8 President (for Jeffer- ? W.?lu* Air TBff rrled b? aookruation,

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Blocking the Black Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Blocking the Black Man. The Immigration Restriction Bill which is at present under discussion by the Federal Parliament is a measure, the importance of which it is hard to over-estimate. It has for its object, as its title implies, the prevention of undesirable additions to the population of the Commonwealth from outside sources, and, considering the difficul- ties of the subject, the new Bill deals with them in what is perhaps the most expedient manner possible. The formidable nature of the task becomes apparent when we bear in mind that many of the immigrants whose intru- sion is most to be resented and whom we therefore most desire to block, are fellow British subjects with ourselves. The teeming millions of India, with their scanty wants and lowly ways of living, are the wordt of all ingredients in a population such as ours, and at the same time are the most likely to come across to us in large battalions if some officacious check is not applied. And, being subjects of one commo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

TOWN BAND. On account of the unsuitable weather on the past two Sunday afternoons the Town Band has been unable to play in the Waring Gardens, as advertised. Theconductor (MrT. Carvosoe) informs us that should the weather be favor able the Band will play on Sunday afternoon next at 3.30 o'clock, and in   addition to the programme advertised in our last issue they will play an ' In Memoriam' selection, out of respect to the late President M'Kinley.

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PARTICULARS OF A SIMILAR CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

pXRTipDLARS OF A SIMILAR CASE (From Vol. XiL of Tte Weekly Nu*k). 1 The (Pollen Magifltrnte in 'giving his' decision ..in thesuiiiiiions case of Falkiner and Siiris V. Chnrlef AAood', in which the l.t'qr WM'tliarged' wirti kbsi-iiting him ?self frdfa work,: referred- 4o' the chs'b es ,|)»rte -3uialan..fln that cage. ; , whieh -flfMlioani.mibJAnuarya, 1896. : C, ^. -v, axUi hianatier,o{ Carrabpe Station, Xjuarubuue, sued Quintan,, for tfiajt on the oca October, 1B95, being then ihe liirod servaricof C. F;' W: Hill, in the cajiacity of shearc'r ho did haviu'g entered into mch service, absent Kimself tln-refrom ?without roasonable cause before ihQ,work fcoTitraeted'for, was coniplettd.- , : . '-,.?. 1 'The depositioim stated that one' Flood,. Hid overseer of Carrabee Station, engaged men to shear under the 1894 agreement. Whfcn theV^iit&Aittffilf' werenilBtened yumian was away j^ljjjtlU^iBi he had previously sta'ed to Flood his wish to be engaged a?a shearei-j'^ 'Stilna w-» keu...

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Is a Verbal Agreement Binding? IN IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

'l« a Verbal Agreement Binding? ,V IMPORTANT DB0I8IQK. *'! l J HcoMnsi''*^ Clllirl0* *''d S& claimed £7 10. «f.r*ork nKri.nT.nnU for .Win*!.!*. i' «Jd.'cidH Imt bath owes bIi.miM1 pl aii Wood ilei'iimd he »»?«?» '1ieHr«r.- \ r Evctitt, wlio was over the shed, K „[„) him did !-9 require- nny-inorc fc i.EverUt replied -TE*T fil.™ F U then HtHrted. Witn«R »Bked '' Vh»Hs yur agreement,' and Bi-erUf L ^Ifvnu are m* » «ood. A«t; it fa; r™ vou si»niiy ; the nipx-eni-jit is a. r ,„ it va-, no use ? st»rtinB-, unless w '„ «hs- ???good- .^earee, *e: ', !k -me off, and if the place docs wt, i'ri,'t i» v-ry 'fair.11 Witness «skeA; I, what mice pur hundred nre-you giyitiR. . L«id 'Twonty-flv« .hilling* per 100 P'ewes a»-l 27s Gd' forram 3*m»-s L OTs «H ttie' Bfereelhent we.iiad. LefS then went or ii.h*rinr 'and Lrkrfl up t' the 16th SepieBilr-i*- Mr. hlkineromne into the shed nearly every Eir and saw hia; working but -dirt not fct Sume of'the ewes wore at 20s d s,',me .t 253 per , 100: ....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New South Wales Parliament. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

?^ew South Wales Parlia ment. SYDNEY, ?iWednesdiir. The Legislative 'Assembly passei w 'Tied Houses 'BUI through commirW before adjourning at a quartor-pmt o'clock this morning. ^ 1 At this evening's -sittings the n' announced that the financial steW» would be delivered by Mr Waddell* morrow. .1 .*, Mr. See informed a questioner m Gowernmeut intended to wait m . . what ithe expenditure _qnder ttiej*^ Pension Act Twonld beijefowc^. any prpposal for a reduction ot »« ^ 8iThtgMinisterof hm^hf-f^. mfmner.said tbt tbe »« ««Jg g£Rt some ?™B^fciJ2i|M«» Unto Commission had ''^TW tended period in ^4f&^Z ^and Bill. Fitzoatrick tW ?? .Mr Bee M^AJ^J 'Sfftdrn* lie was putting £o,000 on tne«. to provide for the ' '?W°«gl¥?t J^i * menoal agents. 'bowoU ' P« London, South Afnoa, Cbirw, an_^ other somewhere ebe^ - fUW 86le» were voted, he would immeaiateiy *the best men 'btalf18.Vle-Wnnrl that *.? JMr See informed Mr Wood tw ^ Cabinet »t its ^^^jTcooa..' that the proposed railway jrom BdmbaU...

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Hay Circuit Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

H ay Circuit Court. The Hay Circuit Court opened and con cluded *'ii Tuesday before Mr Justice 0«vn. Mr T. B.Rolin acted bs Croim prosecutor. A station cook named Robert Gurdnn was 'charged with stealing £o01Gs the property' of Charles Duberly. fmm th» Qweiun^-nuuso ac wyvern otarinu, on a r. cond.c.ynt with receiving tliaflitne.md ' iinowinR it to be stolen. The cvi ence was that the prisoner atidpiosmuh,r«ne .jboth fellow employes un Wyvnin. Tiio pr/wecu tor missed three £10 nutra frmii hii pQituianteau, which1 had l'i-u Wt'k«i open.' A niOnch later the jiri-'iinuroHitJ , one of the missing notes in H»y. In^' f.npn, he maintained that he ««t it Urn ano.tht-r nmn. The jury fuund him guilij of receivitij;, nnd as there wercfuuriwlia .court convictions aoainBt hiiir-fur larceny, and one Circuit Court conviction fnr brak ing nnd enteriti|r, hs wsis sentenceJ to tWi- yean' hard labour in the Hay Gaol. Peter Andrew, a Cingalese, emjjlujed on Qroongal, was. charged with tho k ceny of *12...

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Police Court. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. (Before the Police Magistrate). [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

Police Court. FeiMY, Ssmukek 30. -IWow th» Polics M-simwu.). Dr*K ^° ™** *-«1K*«y* Aftor «ndouo- l,«d b*en t.kcn, &.f gewitNorriH H«uA ihut ^ircii^t,'. » very ImmI ch-rwrer, m,,1 h^ ^ recently (eceived (our monlW hnt*i^n Accused im MntoMcoi ti- foUr ,BOn,h , bird Ulwr. '' Stealikc a Carviso K,«tini J.JiiiTjioronBon, charged with meiili,,. k cur/ing knife, the jiro^ny o« A l*.r? of TnttersHllii Hotel, pleaded guil,'. .ni whs sentenced t«» on« uivnth hard |»b,,r ? Deuiliquin gaol. (Before the Police Msgistrate and Mr G. H. Perrin, J.P.) Stealeko Flat Ikons. John Thompmm sad Thomas H»vf» were charged with stealing in comimm two jfl»tmms valued at 3s (Uv toe v,^}' Accused pleaded not guilty. Evidence was given by ConsUW* Grieve an to th» arrest, and by Mr Newton, who identited the irons as hi^ property. . * , Thompson Tras sentenced to- .tiro Dionthfc' hard labor cuniuiatlve on fci. previous sentence ; and Uayoa to ^ month's hard labor. /.Tuesday, Sept. 24. (BefcTc the Polica il...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

It isn't a have. FACT! *l.jjjw*f_J f TrouBeri away, r|vCCI ' jjlil TROUSERS FOR NOTHING unlinlll - ' ^''ryFurciiurofeneefciir lillifinl HAND-MADE HiUIRIil -h A ^% — liraliil ,-'^42s.s^- '?? If tli Wn SUITS T0 measure ? '?* '^-iS^^^S1 Sill till rorwirieirresperPuttlPcrt. 'Wll ??II Best Material and Workmanship. ' W Wai ^$'M«ri™-lllmfl- } FRANK- SMITH 254-260 Parramatta Road, Liichharot, Sionn. ; ?? ?' ? ?' ? ? M.M.,A I DO W fqi.W-jBB.f j 1 j THEN VOU MUST COME TO - I PALING'S ? 1 PIANOS. j \\ ? . -LiCon knjr on u» Best T«n», - '' ^iSffe5CB'*II10ttolth' ; ' ' ' ' Jj^othar Kanos at the prlw can equal t I STEINWAY, BRINSMEAD, ( \l IAPP, FEURICH, i | CCKE, UEBEL,- 0 VICTOR, or the BELLING. ( p ' .fitai for UoUlofues to ( f.lF«LiiU.i 1 I 338 George St., Sydnay. C e*w«woa}«»»e«aoi-«-uo-«»i-oo»-i

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ECHUCA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

.ECHUCA MARKETS. Thoro was a fair yarding of cattle- for Saturday's sales at Echuca, but the nttend ?noc of buyers whs sum!!, doubtless owing to the wet. woather. Quotations :— Fat cows, prime heavy, £11 2* Cd ; do, good, £8 to £9 12s; do. small, £6 13s: fat heifers, primo, £9 2g ; do., Rood, to £8 Sn ; fat steers, £8 18s ; fat bullocks, £9 12s ; store steers, £3 Us to £4 17s ; store cows, £4 ; si ore heifors, £3 10s ; spring ing haifera, £3, 1(5h '; store ' Heifers, £.'3 16s. Sheep.— A fair yarding under the weather conditions, which sold readily at Into rates. Quotations : — Crossbred wcthttrs, 14s 3d ; crossbred ewes, 3s lid ; comehack owe*, 13s ; fat laniOB, prime, 11b; do. small, 0s 10i;' ;PigS. 'Only a few forward. Quutations :— Baconors, 60s ; porkers, 40* ; stores, 18* Cd ; a lips, 12b 0a ; suckurs, 9s. ' ' '

Publication Title: Independent, The
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INTERESTING LEGAL DECISION [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

INTERESTING LEGAL DECI&ON An interesting decision respecting the restitution of stolen property 'was given on Tuesday by Mr Justice Owen.i,t Hay. At the close fbyhe assizes Charles Duberly applied ,tbat a £10-note which earlier in the day one Robert Gordon had been convicted of receiving should be restored to him. The circumstances were that, three £10-noles were stolen from Duberly, who informed the police, giving the number of one of them. Tho, police informed the local ..banks, of the number, and asked .^hern to lookout lor the note. A month later1 Gordon' presentod a note at Allman's' Hotel, Mr AUman got change from , Mr' Lobb; a draper, who afterwards took 'the note to the Commercial Bank! whih ; passed it in ex change to the Australian Joint Stock Bank/ which paid the note and 'in- formed this police that it bai reached them.. Gordon was then arrested, and ? the acbountant produced . the note at trial eta subpoena, . The result of - .the trial was that Gord6h was convi...

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