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Trooper Phil. Bayliss. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

'1 cooper Hill. Bayliss. MrBaylis* bit kindly shawn us a letter received from his son Phil, whu is in South Africa. Tba lefor is dated August 34th tiid wii'ten from Klerksdorp, and it ?howl th»t -oun|{ Phil h having a lair shait nf lighting. Ho (speaks highly of Colonel Willitms, who commands the brinsde and says be works juBt as hard as »i.y of th'1 men. Frill whs ono of tbe pan; '.hat ctptund Do La Rey'a convoy, which ho states w. b biggot capture for n long time. Although Do La Hey and his wife mai.aged to etcape iu a Cape cart with three mule wagnous, they got all his kit, snd alto his mother and sister. Dear Father, — I now take the' pleasure of writing you in ans«ur to your letter. Since loading Young's we captured two cnriToys aud it lot of pru-.oners. We took 60 prisoners iuto Voung's, besides 100,000 sheep and 300 cattle. We have had «. Urriblo lot of night marching lately. We stayed in Young's two days ; it is « very busy littlo place on tbe main line. We left there one af...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How Chinese Evade Poll Tax. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

How Chinese Evade Poll 1 ' -Y- ?????- Tax. SYDNEY; Friday. Afewof the tricks resorted to by the Chinese to evade the pall tax were revealed at an examination in the Bankruptcy Jourt to-day, -in connection with the insolvency of Tin Yow, a CbiniBe merchant. Chew Moy, storekeeper, of West Maitland, stated that ' he never baa tv certificate of- naturalisation. Be never paid no poll tax, as he landed at Brisbana 'and came into New South Wales over the border. Tin Yow, the bankrupt, said that he always had two names. Chong Leong was his birth name jgivenjtiim by his mother ; Tin Yow was 'the qame his father gave him. He denied having bought. his certificate n of . .naturalisation. . Another Chinese 'obtained ,it for him. David Pyoung 'partner : in 'Hop ' Wai and Co., said that his Chinese name Oyoung Hing.: The English called him David Oyoung. He was married to a Chinese woman. He had not a certificate of naturalisation, but' a friend of Tiu cave him one a long time ago. He had Used Ah ;...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Handy Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

A Handy flan. We take, ssyj The lri-M*»*gcr, the follow ing descripliun of the proceedings of the handy man from our American oomtempor ary, the Metal HVrtrr, but wo have taken the liberty of altering a word here and there and of giving it a little local colouring. The snecies described is not, we believe, unknown in this country, nor does it confine iu attacks 10 furnaces alone. It is, we under stand, strongly attracted by sewing machines, knife-cleaners, lawn-mowers, and the like:— Consider the man who fixeth his own furnaoe. How he walketh about in hir pride and crieth ' Hs I Ha ! ' Verily he niakelh a halter for his own neck. He listeneth with scorn to the advioeof the wife of his bosom that be hire a man to fix the furnaoe. Yea, he sayeth unto her : ' Nay, not on your exiBtenoe. Verily, I will not further enrich this tribe of fixers of things, but will even show you what I am. 'That lam an all-round handy-man. ' He takelh unto himself the hammer and the Bhovel. And a wise expre...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New State Governor. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

New ilate Qovcrnor. — _.^ — - In OMBtnfUea lael wrrk hit See mnveU Ihslitwaa ?xrirtirnt Inlnini; In a Will' make oiher nroi Imiii !nr ihoiwlaryot Ihr iiovrnior of Ncvr Sk-«:h \V»ii», »nd (cr tlin saU'irs ol bin slnlf : sn-l lo nnirivl (ho (Viti iliHUinn AoU Ho mi-I, In virw of tho («'l ol »he change nurfa l-y KnlfrmUon, Im Ihoucht all would nerc? thsl (hero eliotiM t)«* rnluction in Ui« ulsry nf tho Klaio Onvrmnr. Whiln thrv wsnlni tho I«M man, far Ills duiif»woiiMbevo-yr™|nM.nililr, iMrllicvvft' r.iic ilinr !l:u lisipcrial fiuvrrn mmt would give iIimii ft good man, economy thuul.l b-: tlie unlcr n( tho day. Ho there fore propoiinl thai tho salary shoulil I'c f50t-a per year, niih an r.llowancc nf £$50 per nnnum etch for «n aida do camp and a priVBl-j Hcrcuiry. He thought inoml'ers would 0(7roo tlint tho Government hail secured one of tlio inoft suiubls placra for tha iwlilenco of tho 8t»U) Cu»cnior that it wan |K-«ftli1c In find in llic State, and had sot it nl a merely nominal ron...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIVER LEVELS EDWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

RIVER LEVELS KDU'AKa...' Deniliquin. lift 4in. ?'?'??? Moalamein, 4ft. 8in. MnKRiV. '?? Albury , Sft, Tin. Kusion, 18ft tin. Kohuoa. 92ft. Bin. - \% . ! ;, , Wahguuyih, tfc ifHiabgf^ Swau Hill, 10ft. lOinTjr '; , MUBK«»fH(iJjEIS.V-,. -.;? Gund&gai, 6fU! lin, 'y^ t »' BsJransjaj4SfU8iri.-Mr^?,r- ?-,??. Hay, 9ft Sin. -? :-j-X:.s W»gg»,Sft. Qin. ? ...y- ?*? ? .''i-AltM!-a. Wentworth, 13ft. lin friiingP :? Pobnoarie, 16ft. 8iu. ' ?''?. Monindie, 16fu Sin. Wiloannia, 15ft.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Birganbigil Annual Picnic Races. SPLENDID GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

EirganbigiL Annual Picnic Races. ? ♦? ? SPLENDID GATHERBHJ; : On Wednesday last the above Con, I mit.ee- held their An nu,.l tiZ^M R»ce~ The day was fine and cl.w. .„ ? King Sol shone out bis pleaiaiiteitaiu'L,H on, the Urge gathering that attendtd'ioH wi ness the meeting of equine giam. ? MrC. F. De FragaHCtedijV^B was quit' at home in giving hi- decisbn, ? Mr W. Poweil gava - every Bati?fMtion' ? as starter; h.-s was also secretary, miU had all arrangements in lip-top \,i-;t. H and was courteous and ubliging to iii'fl quiries. Xhft Misses Ingram and X«t-H trom are to. be complimented on the I m inner in which they. 1 rested tl-H visitors to lunch. The finishe, m tbcl majority of nices were clone Mid mtenst. I ing, audniou of: the pu,iters had oUdfl day. ? She following- are the results :- I Trial Stakes, of £3 10 1 For h rtn I that hive not received a Stukt.iB - more rhati 2 sovs. fcom any Uac'.m ' Five' furlongs. - ? B Mr J. Iletviaide's b g Muaicu^ '? . ,.Bo«) ? :J Mr O. Newton'...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S CHRISTIANTEM. PERANCE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

WOKEN'SCHnrSTIAKTEM. ; PER4NCE UNION. The usuil ludithly meeting of the above was held in thWloaal Town Hall on Wed nesday afterii^on Its-. The chair w.s occupiei by tie President Mrs Fawcett. The attendancf was go id ; 3 new members being enruUedi It was deoided 10 s.nid a telesram 'off' Greetine ' to the Sute convention nutr being held in Sydney. Mrs Chapmen distribution of Literaura among the Bhetrers, employed in the variousshfls ?arroundiog I)enliquiu. I' w»s at 40 cec.dsd to hold a Mothers' meet ing, at the residence --f Mrs Mori* North Danl'cuin, next Wednesday after tioon. A dBscussion arose on the sub ject of c\m lor ' drunkenness and the curse of Cigarette Smoking after which the Duxoogy was sung and the Bendic tion was prp.iounced. .

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

Deniliquin Municipal Council. Tlw ordln»nr*irUbAUy wwung of the ttuva C*unoil wm h«ld in the Council Ctwuilnra on Monday rveniop, when AldoruiMi F J«n», (M.yor) t««i|Med the chair, mid Ib*1- ware »lnu |* «wij. Ald«rj-en G. E*«n«, J. T«ylor, J. Kelly, W. E. UtehfoM. H. L. Jones, 0. U. Porrin, and A. It. J.fienun. The roinut ?« ot the prerious meeting were road and o ?n6nnod. CORBKSPOStlRSCE. . Letters were re id: To Uuit-d S-«tes Consul, Sydney, conveying Ciuncla syiupdthv in the ddath of Presi dent M'Kiuley ; To Postmaster, Deni quin, drawing bis attention to the atnte of a certain drain at the rear of the Pj» Office; from. United Sates Consul, ac knowledging Oounal'e letter of sympathy ; froir Bunk N.S.W., re Council'* ace nine of £71 odl dua (or rates, and asking thut £50 be accepted as payment. Alderman lay or said iiie..*/ouncu should nut enter ain the letter. They made poor people p»y thair rates, and why «hould the 3ank get a reduction. Ho moved that mi reduction lie made. Ald...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK MOVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

SlX»CICM()VEMhNRi ThofMliiwing.ietlia m cfc u.ciements n-|-ur-««l mum u«r U-t ; -L'.jfW C.*I|.U.. ch»Blir«l IhiuIm for Uie Fr.ewiin W. rk« j w uhV! ft\'i', w'«ww«'n (Chriwum MalkviH) lo SWiH.unio ; (1,000 wut|i.r» fr..ui lupjial Iu It. Uuavei, Coi.ui.i '; 322 emmiilired UM\ta fnmi WuudUirn t« thu FiewtiiiB Wwkk; :«)0 wcil.ora fnnii Hai ltaiiMtiiTi.tH. Uuiduii, MMthco Swwiii. ; :).400 uwod fnnu AmtuU in lUvonutvood ?' 3 000 iiiiKrd t ulie^p from Crop* ell to W. « . K-llen, Bull PUins. Oinnvn ; 310«w.h with (15 per cent, of liml). «t fuu-,'fiuin iun.u-i.fiy o vuaorm ; 44 f»t lmll .ckH fro-ii G.il(m QidlIc in Uumlig,, ; 084 cr ss bro.i wothuia fr..ui Wu hruco.n to 'Mul buurne ; 91 cmwilirud uwoh from Couli. ralin Creek t,. Fives! ug Works ; 112 ci-.i»n brod well-™ fu.in Mu hour* to M«l bournu j 3.000 uwes fni.ii Daratu' to G--ul- burn ; 5.00U'wethem(M-n.wLHinglir,») from Tucum Wai V- Jerlderie; 143 Sni bullockB iroiri «uy io'E. »nd W.'Kauth ton, BBrhani'; 2,152 orosbbred ewes from Nort...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

HALF-YEARLY MUSTER. IT is hereby- notified that the usual half ... yearly SlUBter of all Stock pn the above Cpmippn will take .place as follows :— . SQUXH COMMON: Horses. Saturday, 19th October. Cattle. Monday a;nd Tuesday, 21st and 22nd October. NORTH COMMON: Horses. Wednesday, 23rd October Cattle. Thursday and Friday, October 24 and 25. All Stock leftin jarde at 4 p.m ondopiug day of respective' dusters will be im pounded. , . . ;i ?? ' :??;'. JBy order, _ . ' ' : r .;;.;?.- -i'-'cGlLUES,' -.-... . ,-.-..?' r.y:. .. -'Secretary. October 10. lJKJji'1;--. ; Flow^i* Show. Town Hall, 23rd October. TNTENDING ' EXHIBITORS ; are re J. minded that .they .can mike, their Entries ei any lirrje till morning of Show at the offiie of ilk E.' J.' Laman, CnBsy Strt'et. ' '?? ' HEEBERTJ.HENTf, : ???-???? .--. . .; Hon. Sec. Town Hail, , peniliquin. WEDNESDAY KVENING, OCT. 16, '01 rilHE D.L.T. Club Arpatur Drajnaiio So ., J.. ciety 'wiU ..perform the uew 3-Act jfarcical Comedy, entitled — - ? : 'T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Circuit Court. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9. (Before His Honor Mr Justice Simpson) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

jj^jiujuln Circuit Court. WYhSKSIMV, OctOM»9. j /BrforeHw H»r»r Mr Ju tiou Sinpnn ) n.uict O'Sulliwn mi MTMngM on ? ,^f*8,«»|ia«« *h.ep«tP-*m Boon ?.u AwttiHin Mortgage, I-Od «,d Fin.nc» Co. He n. funh.r obarg.d \Z lUwingsnine w. 11 kuowiog it to be If R. t UlOCniUOl' opjiw*w* w|itvw- ' (,„? the Ow-rn. nd th* prisoner was SbnJd by Mr A. H. Wind-jer. ivniiin J. M'Kecn. Thomas Chambers, rtim Bcrryn.»n, Frank J. Petty, -*.rlo» Clark, A- B Simpson, John jten*,ii, 15. E. Tiylor, John Gruninsou, The following ev.dence was token t ,,me8 Walker deposed- he^ was » bricknwker. He whs convicted . at mi; Owner Sessions, for stea ing a sheep (h, property of the Australian Mortsuge Land »nd Finance Coy. Tne prisoner Ze evidence. He employed prisoner Siktog bnek*o= April 28 (tfNyab, pn tbe vLtonw «d«of the rivw- He employed - '.niuner iu assist in brick makiug lit a £1. i«r Kissk. Accused one day came up out {T.i.. -l-u h,,\e. and said.to him. ' Your ? foul to be without meat, why not steal ..Smu'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. (Before Mr Kelly, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

Police Court. — ? : — 9-. ? — t- FiUDAY, OCTOBEE 4. (Brtfo^e Mr Kelly, J.P.) Montague Cooper, for drunkenness, was fined 2s 6d, or 24 hours. . Satdxoay, October 5. (Before Messrs Carew, 'Erans, and Fagan, J's.P.) Joseph Hawks and Joseph Slattery wer« each discharged with a caution for drunkenness. ? , . . Michael O'Brien, for indecent language, was fined £1, or 14 days. .. - ? John Ryan, for obscene language, was fined 10s, or seven days. .The same offender, for wilfully destroy ing a class the property of Thomas Collins, was fined 6s, with 9d costs the value of the glass, or seven days' imprisonment. Monday,' October 7. ; (Before Messrs J. Kelly and.O. Wilshire, J'a.P.) , ?- Benjamin v Dyson was' charged with using indecent language. Accused pleaded guilty, and 'was fioed £3 orotie month iintiriaonnient in i-Deniliquiu gaol. beorpe Mason 'was charged with being drunk, and with us-ng indecentianguxge, was fined 2s 6d or 24 hours' for the first offence and JE2 or one month for the se...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

Liver Trouble, Nervousness, AND Indigestion. The. Chi of Mr. W. MORLINO. (by ooa heporteb.) '?'?'-. -: 'I am very glad to lee you,' tsld Mr. William Morling, of No. SI Curtis-rout, Bahnain, to our representative. ; ' Ever sinco my health came back I have been anxious to acknowledge my lhankf ulnesa In a way tliat may add corroborative detail to the many successful cases about which I have read of as cured by the snme medium.1' ' Whit was your trouble, Mr. Morling ! ' 'I suffered vorv b&dlv with mf liv«T. combined with nervousness and Indigestion. For two years I did not know what it was to lio free from pains, which were so particu larly acute in my legs at times that I could not. walk. 1 really thought the pains In my chest ami head would oause my death. They were always more severe after eating, when sharp pains appeared in my back and sliouldon Tho food did not dige-t, but remainod like a- stons in my stomach till thrown up again, the exertion cf which con sidor&b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

'THE WEAK SPOT.' ; ' If yon an sitting in a restaurant or in -? jfiK^ * ? shop where wait- . /$*$*^ raises or lady clerks . #©6^(8 are in attendance, ' /pjbuHJr yon will note, now t Vay and again, some vrlZi ' young woman will JP^sSk. but her hand to her jffis8HjH©k back andstralRhtea dM2M%gk hcnelf up, while her MmwM&!\ tips are tightened as \Yft Iffeffiriffln it by pain. It's back- W'J*S»?wi£it acbe; yet all day \ Sl3C9P' long she must be on '#TgIfci her feet, lifting, oar- / ,K EgSfflk ' -rying, hntryiig. | ID lafiHgi.. I hat weak spot, the . I ? {? \BjjgM ' back, can be msde I ' ! wE|bL.. strong by the use of 1, dt BraBv - , Or. Morse's Indian | III lapa Root Pills. Theycure / Mvfl,' Kafir' the diseases ; wn'ich / ^ M ISHm c»useheadsbhelback- /_f 8 ? -!jbt3I ache, - nervousness, fiKS!*ffa»si«gBEjM »o'd tsleepiessness: ''^StwS/^BtjmSSF ' For over a year I^BgBaSaHSBsm^ have ? suffered ; from ssBBBaBsi^i^M indigestion and kid- .IIhVT ney complaint j' the'1 latter ostd to af...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

PASTORAL AND AGRIC0LT0RAL SOCIETY. - The ordinarj-meotiiiR of the l'aatoral and Agricultural Society was held at the lloyal Hotel yesterday afternoon, when then wore presont, Messrs W.R. Clarke (Vic-President) iu tho chair,' Jasi Burcb fi-M;' M. J. Carew, T. A. K«»rson, J. Ji. Hamilton and Alex; M'Laurin. A larce nnmunt of corresuondenoo was read, and Ahe Hotpitul apjilication for use of Sh|tv Grounds fir the Annual Carnival ivss granted tinder tho usual con ditjuns. The tender of S, M. MH5avin £2 12n was accepted 'f-ir repairing the damages to Show Gniuuds Caused by the reocnt cyclone. Mr Llewellyn.'' and Hopper were appointed Auditor*, and the daicut Annual mootine; was ^?ii-Thurs- day J.4ih Nuveniber. Thirty-one noinina tinii* were handed in for pmitiwis fff the how Council and Uie iimeline Uicn ad j mriiod- . . ? Do you require BooU, Shoos, .or .Ilmpory of any kind ? P. Fsgan has a J»r«e meek on baud and invites insnec tion,* ? - l~ ' JOHN ADAM, 1 ?„ - rf ? 1. 1*. '? - Tobicxonl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deniliquin Local Land Board. (Before Messrs F. A. Trollops (chairman) D. Tennant and C. B. Opitz. J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

Deniliquin Local Land Board. (Bffore Messrs F. A. Trollops (chairman) D. Tcnnsnl and a It. Opltz. .I's.P.) The next fittings of the above Itoani will commence on Tuesday, October 22, and il is expected that about throe weeks ulll be occupied in getting through the business, chiefly on account if the consideration 0 applications for ths Perricotta homestead selections. The following is a list of the cases set down for bearing on tbe dates mentioned : — Tuesday, October 22. Fot ConFidscatii n— Andrew O'Keefe 4601a : E. M. O'Doncphne, 8391a ; Thos. J. Kibble, Ifta ; E, C. Hem, 202a. Application to enclose road*.— John J Skinner. 10001a ; Martin Merti, jonr, 64la. Application to ce»M- living for a peiiod— Thorold TuUook, 308Ja ; Phillip Daly, 2308 a. Application for exemption from fencing— A. H, Chalmers. 2012a, Inquires.— John Bourke, 2C8Ja ; Bobt. Cildwell, 449a ; Exors. Tbot. Armstrong, 340a; Niohotas Walsh, 1280a; Ellen Bouchier, 1874a; Jss. Malone, 1280a; J. W. Adams, IBBJa ; N. S....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

The New South Wales Government steamer Foreter sank at her inoorings just below the Tocumwal bridge on Fri day night. Thesame vessel sank when moored above the same bridge in May last, ar.d was raised at considerable . xpeime by an expert from Sydney in August, and was removed to the ppot where she again sank -on Friday night.. This time, however, the vessel is resting un a sandbank, and when the river falls lo the summer level it is anticipated the buat will be high and day. The river is falling slowly. . ..

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Wedding Bells. EAMES-PERRIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

Wedding Bells. EAMES-PERRIN A very pretty wedding took place at the Clifton Hill (Melbourne) Wesleyan Church on Wednesday afternoon, the 3rd   inst, when Richard Joseph fifth son of the late Mr William Eames, of Bendigo, was united in wedlock to Mavis Esther,     eldest daughter of Mr G H Perrin, J P, of Deniliquin. The marriage ceremony     was performed by the Rev S Adamson.   The bride, who was given away by her father, was pretily attired in a pale green Sicilian flounced skirt; fashioned in Eton   style, trimmed with white chantilly lace, a and underbodice of white tucked chiffon, ruffs and collar of cream silk and guipure   lace, picture hat of white straw, trimmed     with white chiffon and enrich tips, with gold buckles and orange blossom. The bridge carried a beautiful bouquet com- posed of agileas, camelias and ferns, the   gift of ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Keep off the Grass. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

Keep off the Grass.           "WHEN in doubt, play trumps" says     Hoyle, of whist. "When in doubt, shout with the largest crowd," advises   Mr Pickwick. "When in doubt, then   compromise," is evidently the Bar-   tonian maxim in regard to politics. And in regard to the Alien Immigra- tion question, there is no doubt he has followed his advice to the letter. But, as there are in whist objections to a slavish obedience to a rule, so it is evident, is there more than ordinary danger in a strict adherence to the policy of compromise. We were in accord with the Federal Ministry in their endeavour to put some restriction on the influx of aliens by some means that would be least objectionable to Great Britain; and, at that time, we accepted the compromise of the edu- cation test as the best way out of a very difficult dilemma. The Labour Party, and many of the...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JURORS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 October 1901

JURORS FINED. When the Denilquin Circuit Court opened on Wednesday morning last His     Honor Mr Justice Simpson fined the fol-   lowing gentlemen 40s each for non- attendance as juryman :— Messrs W. J.   Priestly, R.J. Eames, R. Burns, W. H. Joachim, G. Gayne, and J. Finsome.  

Publication Title: Independent, The
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