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Items of News. THE LANDALE—FOSTER CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 October 1901
Items of News. THE LAND.ALE-FOSTER CASE. i The decision. ?iven by the Police Magis trate in the adjourned case hf.Landale v. Foster Brothers, in which the latter were Miimmoned for stealing wood from Mundiwa; will Ho doubt act as rt salutary lesson tu wood'earters f6r the. future, in asmuch as they will firBt obtain informa tion as in whether they haVe a' riant or otherwise ,U--.«ut wood on \cettaiQ. areas. It is hard off- the brothers tot be -called upon to pay fines, etc., amonnring to over £5, but at thu same time iti'miisc be b imifted tb«t-the decision (s-rjusc and1 equitable. It is against both law and common sense to think that a man shoirid beall»#ed-to go opofrtJre ^private lands of another perxon and take some thing which. did not belong to him. But jtlmt is. precisSBj-wTiaf the Foster* Brother^ did— in ignogin'te .they stated/ biK, asthe Police Magistrate pointed out at the 6rst hearing, that did not make them the less guil-y of the charge. The defendants each paid £Ks|ii...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 October 1901
JOHN ADAM, S Tobacconist, Newspaper & News ! AireM, NAPIKK 8THEBT, DOILIQCIN. | I'M IK llcrenw. Sinnlny Timr«. Arrnw. | . S|mriln-! .luilirc, 1'ruih, Wnrk.-r. llnwk- | lit. lKrnilii|uiu hid|«!cnilant, Witiilwir Mnun mho, lUrmi-wiirili h Mnununt'. I'ictorml Mnwncinu. i'imkcII'ii Ni'W IVnn.v Slftiriif.111'. j t'bttrmn i'tmt Msgnninc, ('nmcllV Smurrfnv 1 ?IiiiiihhI. AunKiiliiin Journal, A11M rnl.i'i | Hr''j Journal, WcMon'ii Jlonlhly, lA-aiMi '» lii'CitKiiiiit.cr llnlllu hmnkc, I'nion Jnck. Dctuclivc Talon, Over l-tuni nnil Sua. U»y- Kiivt Knlc l.iljinrj, lltilTnlo HillV l.ibrnrv. Henri k Ksiih: l.jlirnr.v, line Blue War IM-- rnry, 1 Uummtei Dll*. Skctcliv Hits, 1'fi Mils. Ally SIo|h.t, HurnpH, Snnp Sliol*. Answer^ Toarson's Weekly, CiKnrclic, 1'lioto lti-«. Illualratnd Up-lo-Dnte, Hoy»' U|i-to-l)sn; Kovolettc, Aliline H. Holiday, Ohristinn HcrnM, (?lirintfnn Iludgct. Police Itudiivi. World'* Comic. Comic Cutn, Comic Lifi:. L'olnral Comic, Illuiilratoil Chlpn, l'lck.M Ul), M.A....
OLD AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 October 1901
OLD-AGE PENSIONS. The Old Age.. Pension Boards sat on ? WednesdajiaJ^rnbaa at the Court House, when the 'following applications were' dealt with :— The applications of Ellen Price, Henry Young, and Patrick Gro^n . were gramed,in full i, while that of John ; Mahoney wts 'girainteot for £22 per annum. The Rtiplies/tTon of Thomas Smith was deferred ion further, evidence ; and the application A-f Edward Adnlphui Sixon, M*ry Jane Aocola, Flora Grant; Bernard Acoola, Elizabeth ? Grace Robertson, Henry King Harcourt-, James.Woodlook, and Mvjor Jackson 'Orause were post-, poned for various reasons.
Assault Upon a Farmer. HOSPITALITY AND INGRATITUDE. TOCUMWAL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 October 1901
Assault Upon aFawnef HQ^PITALITy AND INGRATITODS ? T«cnuwAL, Mond»J. j James RitterfieM, a sh»re fji»j farmer on Barooga Estate, living itj house khown as Stewart's Store, «J main niad from Cobraroto Bempy' an unpleasant experience on ''Til last' He states that between* '* 1 am', two men came to his Tr* „ I vehicle' hiid asked if' they m^js I there. . He allowed then* t»f w^! gave 'the men; a jood b»«B8*'v\4v travellers' prodboSof alwttSB -*S.TO' and sundry oth^V drinks were'ffilol!1*™; After remainihg on the premise' -01**' lit_t5e«3me,,Butterae]dstate3, lieetruf™ su^d^rlyihacked, him, kicking to *™ be^ting-ini about the head until I'.™ rendered unconsoious. When he p™J consciousness -he found himself ''''y or six chains from bis house the ma'}*] irlisappesnd, and it was 4 o'clock 11^ afternoon, . An esamination of tte.n inises ihowed that £14, a new P»N beotjs and sundry other article^ missing.;, ' . , ^J . The occurrence was reported by J^l field fo the police «t Tocumwal on?^! d...
A CHARGE OF DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 October 1901
A CHARGE tJF DKONKEiNNESS; Phillip bahill, by direction of a paternal Government, receives a pension of £'26 per annum. ?' Hetectived bis first monthly payment of £2 odd on Tuesday, and instead of indulging in what would have been a luxury in the shape of a warm b*th he indulged in » few loug ateerers, with the result that he was taken to the lock-up on a charge of drunkenness. Cahill appeared «t the Uonrt on Wednes day to answer for hia rain-deeds. He pleaded guilty. The Police Magistrate (who in also Chairman of the local Old Age Pension B»-rd) said, some licensed victualler bad been sen-ing Cahill with liquor perhaps not knowing he was duing dangerous thing, and liable to a penal'y of £10. Turning to Cihill, the P.M. severely reprimanded him, and said the community were not to be taxnd to en able men like C&biU to obtain drink. The old age pension* was not to-be used for that purpose, and if he appeared before hini again he would lose 'iris pension, Cahill, who h&...
Commons Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 October 1901
Commons Meeting. The ordinary monthly meeting of the aldennen sittinv as Trustees of the D,-ni' liquin, Gomuions w»s held at 'the IV.wn Hall on T^ny evening Ust. Trusiei) Jane occupied the chair, and there- were alsci pr«wint;.TrU8tee8 Jones, Latchf.trd, KeUy/Tajlor, G. Evans, and Jefferson! The minutes of- the previous meeting were read atfdiponfirmed. .. CSkEESPONDENCE. To F. Wwrren saying the Trustees could not ^entertain bis request for pay. nien^ij^.jcqnnect^pn.with work dope in diggins. but; j4Oh.it warrens ?; to R. tj.' Landwe.poi/itinx:put there was no road on w]iicb.,^it ^tjieep were travelling in Quiaujongj:)Erog» the LndispSecretary % Lands Saying (hat the' Application for can-' ?ellatioqtef Reaacve Uo 84 Parlsn of Watt', dook., for, rtwtiileiBent, hud. been ^referred o me llisttiot purveyor, .for early report; from T:. Beet offering to destroy rabbits on t he --oiliiiion, and produce the scales at 2d per.ecalp j .from C. Jil'Kees offering tp lesti'oy.jth* rabbits at lid ...
Deniliquin District Court. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. (Before His Honor Mr Justice Rogers). UNDEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 October 1901
jSliquIn District pourt. Thiwd*v- throw:* 8. .fthrtBuHonof Mr Justice Hog**). 1 IViiKreKLBi. Cwbs. « v I)eFo«*v. ArtharJonea. Bonn! C-|jJEif £11. Mr WaiiiiWD * ^ d IS 5e (.Uinriff, thodefoDdaot not V'Zi's A Verdict «nw Ri«en for, the Defended Cases. .. . . ?. S nt, who Ued for « ^Hxiuement ffgfulconvewion, £4 78.100.. to TtfKStMr Winder) v. £ .« «m no appe»r»nce -if plmntiff, and BJ^I ?*SS out with £6 6s cost* igsinst him. , ? , .... s Junv Case. ? ,'. ,.. . Albert Austin v. F. S. Fiilkjner *nd JfSd Claim for damages.. «94 1-W feffUpr .ppe»red fyr M »nd «t Wilkinson for defendant, who Lwded not guilty. .-j,i.-'.!-.:.i. ..- PThe following ury Was, 4*--rn.£-: Frederick Jane. Charles,p. Nanpe,. *ohn Kand Frederick *»ntum,£?^ iTwindeyer briefly, *mtliiwd..|*-- iapts- of the ««J »nd caUed.^h^xfpltoJSrl^Ki ter^'M .Au8'tin ^fe*16 JnaaidMurgha Station for1 *is fatter.' ,l»ot 5000 sheep travelling. Tfronr I^ake 'ie,n Station. v»a . penliquin to I Murgha. They were ^in charRe *f Jamea Btfaad ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 October 1901
APOLOGY. AS srntements- harp been used against ' MRBiJi -EAME8 (more particularly diirinK'bia-itcent plectioneerlng .catnpaien) thfit -he ap^cd unfairly ^fcowordu tat in.con nection .j^itli.'jniir, . business. nelationV. I desire, tp den^, that, .nna beg to apologise far anyfhfn£ I'wjr have Baid whicu'epntributed towards the untruthful reportt. , ' ' -,'.,X*2 ALF. E. MACDONALD. f O PhOtOS IS 6d I Three 1^ Photos 2s ??? ;\IZ. PHOTOS! TXEES AT STODIO, OPPOSITE . V..' .,?O^T 'jiJFFICE. ''?' LOST.' ::: /^(HEQtJE for £5. between tlic seventeen \j. ' mue'iifee anil Morago boundliry, *m inn 'to ?Derilliauin, (in Moulameln Kond. Payment?sWpped. - Please return to Office of This Papeb. --. ?-. ,-..?.' ' WANTED. ^ A GOt)D GENERAL SERVANT. Apply J\. MrevT. H. Roberts,. End Street (op posite Mr Hawkins' Carriage Factory. Agistftient foi» Horses i^OOD PADDOCKS for Howes, Cattle. VJT 'etc: at Myall Park, eight miles from Denillquin;:rFee, Is 6d per head weekly. Gooii BfuMiandi'WBter, secnrely fen...
A Pretty Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 October 1901
A Pretty Presentation. A very graceful acknowledgment of the esteem in which Miss Perin was held at the local public school was made on Monday afternoon last. The upper class were addressed by the head master, who eulogised the departing teacher's pains- taking care with her pupils. Master Charlie Simpson and Miss Myra Wyse were then called upon to make a presen- tation to Miss Perrin, which consisted of a handsome Silver-mounted Preserve Stand, which had been purchased by the contributions of the scholars. In hand- ing the Stand to the teacher, Master Simpson read the following letter: - &nbsp; Superior Public School, Deniliquin, 30/9/01 Dear Miss Perrin, — It was with sincere feelings of regret that we, the pupils of the Deniliquin Public School, heard of your intended departure from among us. We felt that we could not allow you to go away without showing in some way our &nbsp; appreciation of your painstaking and ernest endeavours to promote our welfare &n...
The Australian. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 October 1901
The Australian. Now that a new competitor has en- toriil t!-'' l|slfi '' ttl0 wal'onB to try **'' nrowoss a«*in«t the war-worn cham- &nbsp; pion^ an.? lo »fWlk ft lan0° in tho norcfi1«r«SSltl for IH)Wor and P08'1'?'. in which Hit- weakest must go quickly to the *«' l'1'1 lo°'! in Vftin for B'd or mninaffian, it will bo somewhat inteffstinfi i«rhaps to scdn the candi Jftte a little as bo stands ca^er and ready for tbo contest, to 'Risie-up' bis points, and to carefully consider bis claims to recofimtion. What has tho Australian done, or what loft undouo, to warrant him hia claim of nationhood? In truth, he has done much. Whon America, that most advanced, most wondrous nation in tho world, first stepped into the national arena, she was, in comparison with tho strong-thewed, sturdy, inde pondont giant of the Southern Seas, whether in population, progress, or onligbtcnment, a stripling of ? ±he; weakest. And if America, has risen from such small beginnings to her present place a...
Municipal Delegates' Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901
flunicipal Delegates' Report. The following report of the local Muni cipal- Council delegates, Aldermen F. Jane (Mayor) and G. Evans, whe attended the Municipal Association Conference held in Sydney on the 17th September, was read at the Council meeting on Monday evening last by the Council Clerk:- ? 'Your delegates beg to report that in accordance with your wishes they visited Sydney and atterded the' Municipal. Association Conference, and took part in the various matters discussed. There was nothing of importance transpired at the -Conference. In; company with oar member We waited on the Minister for Works in regard to the Weir and urged on him the necessity of this .work in the. interests of the water supply ; and by our argumetcs showed the absolute use lessness of the waterworks if the supply of water should fail, and- how the year before last channels had been out to bring the water to thepumps, and visibly inn pressed him. The Minister informed us that if the money, were avai...
Items of News. CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901
Itctw of News. CMOKtr ASSOCIAT1UN. A mttukm ot tho CnAe Aijnok- ! tiun »m hoU Ttf Uii- n 'H U 4«l gn 1'um diy ivMiing 1st, wtann U-or» wre |»re «*nt, Mm-ih ;. Juiiowm (Prwtilen-) in thuohnir. H. 1 I.innln), K. lUbbinn, J.. Harriiwn, J. 3udif, A W. 61nltbu#B, Wid A, Pufdhni- Thi- miuu e. of Uib prei-inui nieuiim ttn -ml Mid qm irmed. Ace 111 1 KmountuiR to £U iv- 101 were pmoil for jmyment. Ton iMMSon'a credi bilenco »n.ou.it«d to £7 11* »d, which »«s divided auiuugac (lie three locilOrlkctClubii Votes of thank, went, |-asned to lant sua.-un'ii office bearers, ai|d ue inut-tiiig uf the old Ahso ciHtiim termimted. Immediitely «f er the iibovo nies-ing 'he new Aiisoctation uiut, at which the full 'Wing geuJemen weieurcHHnt, ileiisrs A. Jameson (chair), AH. Wind.yer, H. C. Langley, J. Herlo% 3 Miiilo, A, Fordham, and A. W. Matthews. It was decided to reform the Aesociitioi on the stroe linei as last suasoa. ' The fillovinp; uf&ce-be«ri-ra were then c-l-cted :-P»tri'ns— MesswVI. ...
Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901
Over the Border. UKU'.OUHNi;. On Ihn morning of Ihf SInl Sep'™*''. ll.-i-li-ipnf Mr Iwlwnrl Allnhin, nl Irr !?-:.. wm tlcftmyail by fiir, and ai tho r:rci:m runncs of Uw ovlbftak pnintcil tn il;c 'yt tliat ft was cauneil by an incsndisry, ill1- llr- Uctivpn wrro told toLivocligato the imm~ 'Iho inquiries msde led the deUwiivf: '' Iv-lirvp thnt tho fihonhiu] hnr.n rolltx'!- nn'^ then eiit on Ore. This was prove,! to l« oorrtct by the discovery of some of In' stolen mMorinlnt a house in (Jarlmn. wr Uin other information coming to the polior, l.hoy proceeded to Ikndigo, whoro tlicv ar rested a man giving tho came of Jolin Tay lor, a« iiircsdy reported. AcciipcI *»s riding a bicyole which had been idontlri-v! b» belonging to an employe of Mr Allnhin. Taylor was arrested on a chargo of pwre breaking and stealing, and wai pre66nted before tlio City Court on Saturday when be was romandod for a week. Following oloscly upon tho shooting affray at Oardigan-street, CarlUn, rcconi.y, another in...
WOUNDED IN BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901
WOUNBED IN BATTLE. - During tlie week Mr P. Bayliss received the folloviig omiuuiiication fiom the military awiories in Sydney — ' Sydney, 5h Octo--jr, 1901. From Chief Staff Officer. F« P. BaylisB, Deniliquin.— Sir, —I rears jtu have to inform you that a oblegran has been received fr.mi the Chief Caa- -)ty Officer, C»|ie Town, noti fying tirnf 3.695,' B. J..Btyli8s. Now Svutb- VTil^s Mounted Infantry, was slightly v und'eA 11 af Elands River on the ,24th ' ! eptCMnber. ' As ho feucli name' appears on the numinalroll it i-^siippoH^d to be iden o.l will your eon. No. 2,795, Private PI J. Bayliss, ? E: Squirtrun, 2nd Regiment, N.S.W. Moun ed Rifles, and lam desird by the iyi«jor-Gen.'ral C;ini mandingrff -convey to-yitu-his sympathy, and to eMToMs the hope that he wi.l make a rapid r. oyevy.— I have the honor to be Sir, your obedient servant, H. D. Mac KENZ1B, (ul mel Ciiief Staff Officer. '
ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901
EOHUCA, I A swagman named Harry Anderson, who had been camped under tie M urray Bridge for some daye, on-Monday caused some een sation by mounting the parapet of tho Mu,rray bridge and threat* aingtojump over later in the dav he was prevented from jumping from a bargo into the river. He was then lodged in the lockup. On Tuesday «Borning he waa remanded to the gaol hospi tal for medical examination.
AN ASSAULT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901
N ASSAULT CASE. At the Local police court ou Monday morning tie Bench, consisung -if Messrs J. Kelly fend O. Wiishire, J'b.P., was occupied fiirnetr.'y an hour and a half in heariog *-Ai»rge uf assault, with intent tii do gneviou: bodily harm, preterrea against an Itditn hawker, nrnned Harnam Singh. It uppears from the evidenoe taken that' tb accused and another Indian named Kubol Singh had a quarrel, and the formn'r tttacked the 'latter with a stick, striking him nn the leg. The ac cused then, jit ; is alleged, ran for a bu'eher's kiifi, bat was prevented from using it by the timely intervention of. another Indian nafned ' Earn Singh, who took the weapin off him. The accused in giving evideuci in his own defence stated that he and oher Indians were drunk, dug aeniea mat. ne straon jvudooi oing^n, or attempted t- attack him with the kntfe as alleged liy- be prosecutor. - After the evidence.had bun token the Bench stated it was insuffijiit to ' warrant them . com mitting acouBed for ...
A "White Australia." INTERSTATE MIGRATION. A CURIOUS DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901
A ' White Australia.' JKTERSTATKMIGKATION. A CURIOUS DliVKLOPMKNT. Whila lepl lution is being passed by the IVderat Parliament to prohibit coloured and all other undesirable immigrants entering ho Commonwealth, and action being taken in gradually deport the P.OO0 odd Pacific Island labourers in Queensland, section 92 nf tho Constitution Act will, it is now con tended by a legal member ol high standinc. shortly throw open tbe whole of Austialia to those olien people already within the Commonwealth, but who, under tht exiBi inr; state law, are practically restrioted to their own states. In Western Australia, for inBtanoe, there are some 4,000 Javanese, Chinete, Malays, Afghans, Japanese, am other Asiatio races who aie hoc permitted to go southward of ihu 29th rurall. I of latitude, and thi kanakas and Japaiiese in Queensland are at present confined to that Btate. The Constitution Act, however, provides, in section 02, that ' after the im position of uniform duties of Customs trade, co...
THE BENDIGO SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901
tTHpiiEfiDKJO SHOW. . The Bpno'wp Grand National Show was brought ,*!-'» %S°s3! ViccBssful tflfriulnation 00 Wednesday, the weather throughout being ibsautiful, nnd tha Rttendance in consequence— the -largest ever -seen in - tnoVerouhd*.-' His Excellency the L'ou tenBot-Gp^ehior.iSir.John Madden for mally declar ^ the show open about mid day ton We4iBsd»y,-thore being quite a hqstjof -Jisti| g|tipbJ4 Ku^t8 present.,. The show. of ..di; ughji?«tock, poultry, Aow, machinery a d vehicles was very much finer than t af UBuaVy suen at Denili quin but the heap blood stock and ponies werenjuch i ferior. The grounds -have' been greatly mproved, but for conveni enoe of visitors ssoertainiDg (he' name or owners of va ious exhibits1 --ur own Show can certainlj civethe Gulden City a few points. Sp- se will-jiot permit a detailed Dotice of the various-sections but amongst the prize Witters were several that bave carried off the honors »t our show, viz.. Mr J. S. Osbbrne's champion thorough bred M...