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The Liquor Act. The Wreck of the Cobra. SELLING THROUGH AN AUCTIONEER AN IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

The Liquor Act. SKLMN'G THROUGH AN AOCTION'KKR AN IMPORTANT DBCIS1ON. An important judgment wm given in the Pull Court on Kridcy in referraioe to a case brought under the Liquor Act of 189$, and rr the application of Harry A. Ailken for a prohibition. Mr Justice Stephen, in the course of hia judgment, laid that Ailken hod been con vlcterl, under section 75 of the «et, for carry I. _ **.. «S.« «Mjltt ahri litiftlnnae til flL tinllit merchant, without holding a proper license. It was shown that he snl.i through the meiiium of mi auctioneer. Ife iras finer! £'.29 and coats, and had applied for h prohibition against the enforcement of thu fine. The question was whether the evidence supported tbe conviction. This depended on the con struction nf that portion of section 3, which gave a definition of the term ' spirit mer chant,' vis:., that he we» the vendor or ex hibitor for sale ' in any shop or premises uf liquor in quantities of not leB9 than two gallons, not being a licensed auctione...

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 — 27 September 1901

STOCK MOVEJJENrS. , -i , ? Tho following are the stock movements for the week :— 100 wothi'ra from Wan dook to Melbourne- 6,950 wethers from North Wakoul to Kitndra; 100 bullocks and 25 cows from Bundure station to Kchuca ; 500 wcthors from Mnndiwa 'to Mclltourno ; 7,000 ewes with 70 percent. of Union at fout(F. 8. Falkinor and Sun's) Mora?o to Moira : ,372.wathers (B. Wjl linden's) from Prudhdo 'Graiiga'to Mel-' bouriio; 701 fat wotliera (R. Irtndalo's) by rail to Melbourne ; 2,650 merino ewes (E. and VV. Naughton's) to St. GedrftH, Queensland ; 000 mixt-d k)k»j- (J. M. Dornard's) to Kcliucii; 0,048 merino wethers (E. and W. Naughton's) from Cobntn Estate to Allrary ; .'ill oivtus (,T. Vin«conibe's) to Tulla ; 4,200 owes (F. S. Falkinor and Son's) from Boonoke to Tuppal; 1,000 crossbred wetherataid 20 cows and bullocks from Cornalla to Murk Morris, Melbourne; 3,000 ewos (It. \V. Holmes') - from BraEsi to 'Bodlijfeal ; 95 bullocks from Moroco to Deniliquin ; 2,365 ewea and 260 wethe...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEN THE STOCK TAX IS REMOVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

.WHEN THE STOCK TAX',I$ REMOVED. ?-'??'»'*.? ' In anticipation of the-eariyiremoval of the stock taxi a9 a consequenoCjof the' establishment of inter-State tree trade fattcners on the Albury side of the' Murray have not been sending cattle to the Melbourne market for some' time. When the duty is re- '? moved there will, consequently, be ;a full supply, though most graziers think that, in consequence of the tick, re gulations excluding store cattle from a great portion of Queensland, and .the ?severity of the winter, there will bgi no inaterial fall in values for a long time. As a result of the probable ? re moval of tbe stook tax, a mob of 1000 bullooks will be offered for Bale' at -Albury. shortly. This is the first time since the imposition of the tax. that store bullocks in large numbers - have been offered for sale on the border, And, A-ere the tick - regulations in Queens land removed or modified, a great market both at Albury and Wodpnga for store cattle would be again in oper...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Return of Autumn Lambing. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

Return of Autumn Lambing. A statement, prepared in counection with the autumn lambing for the present year, shows that the number of breeding ewes was 9,115,147, out of a total say 30,201,700 sheep on the stations and other holding* whici had autumn lambing. The number nf lambs marked was 6,328,969, as ngainst 6,396,830 breeding ewa tor the same luino IHR in 1HOU. out of a total numbei of 29,703,9/7 sheep, from whioh 5,490,690 lambs were' marked, and showing an increase of 4 per ocnt. or 838,2/9 In' the number of lambs a compared with last Tear. ?'?'?-? When it is recollected that nearly the whole uf the western land division' of the State waa ktili to a considerable exteno affected by the ruinous and protracted drought, from wh.fch it had during the four or five years previously Buffered, this return must be considered as very futtisfactory, biing fully equal to what would be expected in -an average favourable season throughout the Stale. The lowest returns of this, which is the pr...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

Deniliquin Cricket Club. ? ? T'! ? ?^'v The annual meotinfl of members of *tht Denillquin Cripket. Club WRg+oM.oh Mon day evening At the Royal 'Hotel, them lieinc preseat Air A; H. Windpj'^ch^if ft F. A. Rout, W. A. Mackav, «: :F. De Nully, A. T. Jones, H. C. LaaHey, A. T.^yes, and A. Fordham. -i~ '??J--* The minutes of tWpravioUB meeting were read and !oonfirmed. The SeoreUry rei(J'-he baUnoe-shaetfor the past season, which sliowed a small debit balance. . J Offiok-Bgabrb'!, ,.- .. ., . It was decided to again form -the ChUb, and the following oifioe-learera were ap pointed :— jt PAtroos-Messrs B. H. Landale, arid VV. B. Ol«rke. President— Mr A. H. Windeyer (re elected). ~ Vice-Piwidents— Messrs P. Landalo, F. A. Kout,'H. L. Wilkirson, and K. K. Dail liero. k : . . ,,v '; ?-? ? ' Hon. Seoretarr and Trcasuror, — Mr A. Fordham. Auditors. -Measre H. F. De Nully and H. C. Iitpgley. ?. -a ./. , ?- r ' Comm'ittee. — Messrs K. Warnook, &?. Irving. E. J. Lam»n, J. Weir, A. R. R«lei...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALRANALD LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

BALBAN ALB LAND BOARD. The Balranald Land Board ad journed sine die on Friday -afternoon after a three weeks' sitting. In the surrender and exchange coses of -.the Liewah, Tupra, Duckshot, and Juan bong pastoral holdings the; board found tbat there was no objection 'to the proposed exchange, and considered that the proposal would be in the publio interest. In the Liewah case the, board found that the land offered and the lands applied for in exchange were of equal value, and in the other cases they found that the land offered ex ceeded tbe value of the lands applied for in exchange, but that for .; the purposes of that exchange the same would be regarded as equal.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

JOHN ADAM, Tobacconist, Newspaper & News Agent, NAPIKK BTBEET, DENILIQUIN. ? ? .. f I^IIK Ucrcioe, Sunday Tiinw, Arrow, S)H»niiiK Jutljre, Trm li, WurUr. lUmk lit, Ui'inlii|iiin llid|iecniiehl, Wiinlmr Maira riitc, IUnniiWiirl.il ? Ma^rme. I'icl'.ilnl Mimnr.imr. (^ifM-ll'H New I'unny Mni?!ir.itie, -*nni)v' Cro« Miqtonne,(^m-u:r« Saiurilay .1 ? u,l. AoMti.liftii Jour.inl, Amtunlimi Hi-™» Journal, Weldon'* Monthly, Uwuli « DroJisi.iiikri llnltln Mnnke, Union Jnck; llAlcciivi! Talcu, Over Land und Son. Huy» KjikI. lUU) l.ilnnry,- tlufinlo IIIIIV Ulimry, Henri k Kftnc Mlmry, True Hliic Wnr Lib rary, Illuatratd Ulu. SLcicHy »il* 1'U luu- Ally K|op«r,.' ScrnpH, finap KlioU, Anuwcrii, rcHTson's Weekly, Cigarette, 1'lioto !*'-*? lllusirauxl Uji-to-Dstc, ltoyn' I)|i.to-U»i« Novelette, AMIno H. lioJiilny, CLriMi'in HunU'l, Chrimiun lludget, I'olicr llu'lget. World's Comic. Comic Cuto, Comic I'ifu. Colored. Comic, IMuHl.retCjl JChipn, l'ickMu U|i, M.A.I'., 8|mrc Momcn'ts, Niikkcia, Fun...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED BREACH OF PROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

ALLEGED BREACH OF '-'.: PROMISE. '?' In the Sydney Divorce Court; oa, Friday, Sarah Jane Fogarty brought an action against John Linnane to recover £1,000 as compensation' for breach of promise of marriage. /TB6 defendant aid not appear.;- The'plain tifFs case was iihat in' 1806 she' ytai. engaged as a servant a,, i-Ulon.s Hotel, Hay, whpre she became acquainted with the defendant, who described him self as a stock buyer in alarge way of business. An intimacy sprang up be tween them, and in 1897 the defendant, after promising marriage,. seduced her, and a child 70s born.. The defendant, afterwards repeated his ..p'romisej'but had since refused to fulfil his pledge. The jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff, with £500 damages.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1901. Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

C1WHCH 'NOTICES. Sunday, ScrTBUD ke 20, 1901. Deniliquin. 11 R,ni., preacher to lie supplied^ Hurtwood, 2 p.m., aud Dcnili quiu, 7.30 p.m., by tliu llov. A. S. J. Harding. ? . j- ' 1 Prvibyterian. Doniliquiti, morning nnd evening ; Birgtuibigil,* Afternnuu ; by the Guv. U, Welsh. ' '. \\\-. Ghnrdt.of England. ? ? h SoveDteontli Sunday after Trinity ;— ? )6iuli-ju.n, njoruinj; and evening. ^|jC |nl)tptn&tnt

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NETWORK OF RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

k KK7W0BK OP BAILWAYS. Daring the tenant tour in tbe Corowfc portion of the Rivorinii by the Minister for Work*, he predicted tb»l Uivonna would in future bo a network ot railways. Judging by the tRito tiom for rwlwny cotumumcaUon which &ie now being made in tha Murray dig trir-t is not intended to lose much time in putting Mr 0'Sullivn.n's prediction into force. At present a survey ts beinjr mado of a line from Locknart to Clear-Hills. Savornako residents are asking for a continuation of tbiB line to that town, and am supporting the agitation for a lino from Finley to Toeumwal. As a rival route to the latter Berri-»an and Barooga residents desiro tho construction of a line ' bo twecn these two towns, and now a lino from Coonong Siding to Corowa is being mooted. That the latter line -miil travniYw b. Wire area of agricul tural country cannot be denied, and it would undoubtedly secure heavy traffic. Besides this line local resi dents have for some time past asked that the Vic...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

The Bridge HoteJ Napier Street, Denlllqui,, J. T. BOUCHIEI- WWWJWto Intlim,,,, ,,. ' tjint he has \tam-A tl.c ««'. '''?.'''ma Mntcl. ami hoiKj, |,v ,, j '., '?'??'??ln'«i WBM tn n,,rit i fair i.*'™1'* -? lltst PrnmlKof Ate. niB| ft,,,.. 'I*'* c^Accomniodntlou. ,ioO(I -£^ aOODOnASSPAPDOCKSFOUHoR^ Sine c -n.l Dnuhlc n-rno*, «,„. , Bics, Olp, etc, nod Lilies- T:, ,.''« »n« S«Hdle Hacks rIw»,r Tn hI^J*** notice, and nt reasonabte rates. 'tt NOTB THE ADDBESS— J- T. BOUCniER, '??'?iRii Hotel Opposite PuWic Sc,iM| NOWOfSTsALE; Raw and Boiled Oil Turps, Draught Castor, Stockholm Tar, Neatsfoot Oil, Plough lines, Plough Shares. Garden Spades, Forks and Shovels, Fencing Wire, Colonial Ovens Iron Tanks. At Reasonable Rates. AT P. FAGANS', DENILIQUIN CYCUf MACHINERY AGENCY, END STREET. : Agents fou : Davies-Kranklin, Keil Bird. Raleigli. Bom Dayton, Cluvclanil, ami Umki ' Cycles. Ijilies' and (Jeut.'s Bicycles on liirc. Kei-nirs in every branch of the trade (l,ffi on the (ircmisL's. Sundries an...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

jL^st^k Half ihe fan of _^W**2» jt life uloit by many Jf* rwjPil psople? through ^9^jssFtt!i ? t*ieir nes'BCt ?f S%nk*&zf\ Nature's moat rigid /Zfml 1\TV» lawa- Mature in. JUii 1 \\f *r\ ??''? on regularity. I^Jflp/ I Vt^A People who allow VrStl r I *»» /thecontlonanceof IVvAfi I ' JL/ if uy irregniarity in W7 I M& ? *he'r d'g8*1''8 or Vlafisl WaM I gans «ood have to lffil ' VviA P»y the penalty. II ' ^^fc-^fa* *re6 ''^ regular ^'?f^BBB^^^^wT^^ onoTotnont o( tno . \\\\ V* bowels is the surest fbAVvl *'l sign of good health HH \ I, Til The. first question ^HjPy \ Y H the doctor asks ii, I?** M 1 ' &Te y°nr '-nwe'8 y'j^ 7^-J regnlart' If not, -£^*%Jf he gives aoniething to make them so, and quite often that is all ho ueeda to do. Assist Nature oooaaion ally in romoving offending matter from the atomach anJ bowela. What is needed is a gentle but efficient helper that works like Ntturo. That helper i» Dr. Mor«e'« ludian Root Pdla. They are entirely vrgutaiilo, be...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sun as a Prophet. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

The Sun as a Prophet. A enat work is Iming dntif for Aurinli* and iu people arc ignount ol iU Away in Kn(rl«nd Uierp am two men, father and nun, who *?« pc ricoling Minielhinp whioh will be Just M imeful to AuntrolU ** its omI, iu gold, iu -hrep, or any other of It* j/0»*«. ?ions. Perlup*. in ? way it will be ?« u«. fultoil Mull then 'hingi put together. AH Uin name, it is India, which i* the roiuwn of thia labor, the ?ucooss of whioh benefits Australia and Afrits* merely beccure lAey ?hare a common blwwing and a oimmon at fliAtion— min and drought. Sir Norman Liockyer is one of the qinnw of the scientific world, and his nun Dr. Lockyer, ts a coming giant of thr tunic calibre. BotJi are work ing, and tho father ha* worked for 30 years, to show that rain and drought can be ac curately foretold simply by heaven's own barometer— the sun. Thin, while it may be a merit private in tbe vast unfathomed planetnty system, is a veritablo general so far an wo go, giving us light and controlling...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

Hotel Tattersall's, ^Deniliquin. A. L E V Y. (lato of Melbourne). 3G0D BATH ROOMS (Ladies' ancl GeRtlemcn's). HOT & COLP WATER.' lM ? ?* The Stabling .Accon^niodationis^insurps^edin the Colony. A first-class -'T ., . , .«*. ffinNM constancy keptiti' attendance. ?'&.?*»* , GOOD..C3RASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE MiES AND YARDS. - S Fecfal attehtipji l^yc^^iyis^, je^tt and : ? ? ''Letting.''/ '' ? ;'' .' '? r ?'. Singlefand Double HarnessjHorses, Bt.ggies,' Gi^s, etc., and Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always £n Hire at shortest '? ,, ., jaotice,..and .at reasonable rate. ' ??'.?? ; '? ??????;? ?'iIaii*Coaches,foriFinley,;Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start Aom : ; ' .?.,..?.-?;, : ? ? : :,;;. ':: 'Tatter sail's, . . . . . '' ' ': AX. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. Usher1 Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty. ' ' . ' a FI^^£^SS;B1LLJARP TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. v : A. LEVY, Proprietor. j^ A^ou ti&ed tiot semi to Town ^ ??-...^ ^ For ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

LOOK OUT ! LOOK OUT ! WHAT ! FOR ?'????? SALE MOjt 5ALE HO! SALE HO! SALE HO! SALE HthmEHO! | Harry Davey^ Red House, Lyceum Stores, Third Block, Pall Mall, Bendigo, I ...... Is Holding one of tlie ' ? , ; . Largest Sales; even held in BENDIGO. THE GOODS MUSy GO AT ANY PRICE. ? :? : . I EVERYTHING In Our Warehouse Marked to I COST PRICE. I FEW OF OUB PRICES SHOW YOU WHAT WE INTEND TO DO I THE SALE 15 NO SHAM. I ? ?- ? ??;-*-? ---v^^-^*^^'^. ? OldlViccs. .SalePridee. ? . £ 8 d ? ????:. ?? . -d ? ...-,.} « White Double Sheeting for ' S? ? , £ 0 White Colonial Flanhd for el ? .1-5.0 Colonial White Blankets * B . « '. Wonble 'bed) for... ... 12 ' 6 ? SAT IP f l ° ?'?'° El)g|isl' Whitney Blankets - ? OiUjJlj I ???-:. i (double bed) for.;. ... 10 « ? ' ''? '.' ?* ? Stripped Flannelette for ':..-. H^ ? ? ''' ? iSozen ... . ... i n ? ,2 S2yae wide Floorcloth for 16 ? ?-.?-. ? I 5 .0 Ladies' Maokintoses for. ..12 0 ? ??? : .- , -. :'.:'-:° o Ladies' Fawn Bind Brottn H ....... ????? Capes for...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock Report. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

, Stock Report. MRLimUKHK WAUKKTS. F*t Shew.— Th« supply «u nlhrt ttMvier tbut ih»t of tut. «mV, v»nd i«- dMdad «bout TWO frttn ttUwtm. Tim demand Hmu furiy wniro, o«in3oi--ll|- f-_r boRi ili-«criiiu»nn, »t fully l»«t «cokV cloning r»t««, whim |iricra ruled » »h»J«1 firm it. Qunutinni :- Primo oniwhjwl wethers, from 18»6Hn 20» ; extra iihiiik Mid heavy do , »l 21s If) 22« ;. «-?-»?! J»-. (n-in 18»Ui ITmIH ; mifUlliliR do., from J.H« ; prime cnwiibrod »«?«?«. from I'*' ?' 17» -M ; extra do., frrnn ia- tn ltM 01, few at 21k ; good do., from Jtt» Oil :« 16k ; middling do., front Kb -M ; |-ri-»» merino KethcrA, from 10» Oil t« l-w _W ; with extra lit 20s ; good do., from Km t' 10s 9d ; middling du., from I 1b. wiih Mveral drmfta of show tnerinoos from, lls to Us Od. Fat Lambs.-- Thoro ns m '. Improved demand throughout, and prices ruled fully U per head in advance of Inst wpokV reduced raten. Quotalionii :— Primo wild at frv.m 10b 6d to 13s Od ; a few ojWa nt I4s 3d ; good, 6r 8d to 10s...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

Sporting Mems. That licautiftil mare Wild Olive lias retired from the turf, aiid « to be mated this season with the flying Bobadil. Wild OJive is one dflhe most perfectly constructed animals one would meet in a whole lifetime and being a fino roomy mare, she ought to produce something quite out of the common. Wild piitij'Was.a great galloper, and skwa'aeal'bf service. Morrison wlib 'JiW Had Wild Olive for so lonp, is1 likely to Jeel the loss or his old; favb'r'Ueias he was very attached to; the |tiare; [ and couij make ,,er ^Q ^0^ jny- 1 thing but talk. ;i'i'!;'' i: t'..A Prom England tliere' is! jwordiitp!3 the effect that Parthian 's|eg6' jyrej giving iroi'ible, and he is i)pt,JUteTy.,| to win a race this:seaso^V ,^aWiapd has been a big disappp'intmiBntiiih j England. ' . .'. ...1 ?Royalty, a fancied 'CaulfieldlCupii candidate, strained a muscle «f. his I thigh a few days ago, but he is I rapidly getting over the injury.r . ; Sir Rupert Clarke, whois in Eiig^'i land, will be back ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Fire at Hordern's. S[?]NG THE INSURANCE CLAIMS. A RECORD PROCEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

I tic l:lrc at Hordern^. si,. MM; Till: IK8UHANUK CLAIMS. A HW»RH l»HO0BKUI\O. ,,., KiM«y (Mji the lUily Tolegraph) u. ^inui'-l tl'ir.li-ru iincninpllahed » uniuue tank ''' 'R1-1'1 ''' in«uranos olaim*— 500 in ii.ii''''1''1 onnuei.-l.ion with the great |inl,,,,iket !irr-R ptuctediug whiqtl ill vulit-l I' h'''*' oonlinumw work in simpy i,,^-,il'l'E ni' nill'e- M, iionleriii liimself, signed 1,700 limes, i.:° i..c! »ccoununt a like number, »nd Al.lr.nnii llnolh, .1,1'., who was [ireaauttn .,,,, ,.„,„, ity nf wiUieiiB, 0«) times. ! ' Tui, ,.|;iiit'i«. which took a month to pre nair approximated £A0(),000, and were iliS intuit* '1 'W ''?' insurance olfioes of which lluM]i,.r ;tl -re Kngli?h and Continental. ?J|ii« '» tllc recoil f™ demand ever made liv any firm in Australia, and— if wo except tl,,. i,.slaiioc of Wbltele/s, thegreat London uuivcnwl providing firm — perhaps the record Blm/lc-lirm ilcmand for the world. Tin1 ai'juHtment, which is now complete, Iirk involved a trcmendouB am...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KILLED BY A TIGER SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

KILLED BY A TIGER SNAKE. At Tallarigatta (Vic.) ; on. Monday^ Mr Heeps, head teacher at the local school, was, with the assistance of his son Reginald, aged 10, trying to poke a rabbit out of a hollow log into which' it had run. The boy watched the end of the log,, but instoaS of the rabbit a tiger snake 4ft. long emerged 'and fastened on to his hand. The father scarified aud sucked the wound before the: arrival of the doctor, b^ the boy died on MondayWeriing, ' ?

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
For Scotsmen and Ither Faulk. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

For Scotsmen and Itlier Fauik. The Melbourne ' Evening Herald ' con tains the following verses, by Alex. Ander son, a horny-handed son of toil, at present employed in the library of the Edinburgh University, whioh strike us as worth furthir reproduction : — X3UDDLE DOON. The bairnies cuddle dooD at nicht wi' muckle fancl-t an' din ; O, try an' sleep, ye wauk-rifo rogues, your father s comin* in ; They never heed a Word I speak ; I try to fi'e a froon, hap them up on' say, ' 0, bairnies cuddle doon ! ' Wee Jamie wi1, the curly heid, he aye sleeps next tho wa\ Bangs up, an' cries, ' I want a piece '—the rascal starts them a1. I fin an' fetch them pieces, drinks, they Btop awee the soun', Then draw the blankets up an' cry, ?' Noo : weanies, cuddle duon !' But erofivo minutes gang, wee Rab cries cot frae.'neath the clacs, ' Mither, mak' Tarn gie owre at anoe ; he's ?kiltlin' wi' his taes.' The misohiefs in that Tarn for tricks ; he'd bother half the toon ; Butayo, 1 hap thorn up an' say...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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