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Australian Natives' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 18 October 1901

7u,tralia' Natives Association. Mm i rartniehtW nw-rt*-ir «*f ♦!«? ^m rt,iiRr«i'nsj-K''«!- B „,„ s|1(ll.rtenw r«*d inclined ?* f^i -h' Hmw'1'- 'f, F'«'d|y ?^,',Mn«H..trt...1ViW-H.or B* C', I, I. .1 inrii r pisrer-H, Mild ?^'i'vmh.I « or.l.r}-. BIB'..llg tllHt ?*J'r. wi.|i.lieHe.'l.«Jth-l,U. ?S?M-K«l'Mlri'iri't{lore0BI|lt RVfnMii He -.ilii|iiin Hrani-li. I .Ntn- Mkmiii:KS. H ,- | nn-'-]iftir, .T. K»so, W. ?TV it U..lm«-, »nd J.T.Mugh ?^celecirf ? clil i..»n.l)eiu ? Ilr.j'ORTK. ?.O'lTfriirrfilnm11 Teem road nnd. ?j w iwnef' i'm1 ^ linnorary mem- I^^^1VIloreceipUfor H 11 n DrtnelM guvo rimicfi Hurt at Kr- n.i jni.1i.1W .Rl-!hld' J'f 7 ,7a in sd ? tollielnci'ientaiKund.'' H 'Thiai, nvJimv.' ? ? Mim ,,n tlie pyll»!.nj ''T' «*-,.?* ^K ^ t|ien j,rir«cae J with, arm rrotk HrmoU trespass »«e. J?r .. H. L. Ke plaintiff being Ita.. E. T M.t ? J , he defendant ]5ro. G. Evmis. B WsIIhcb, »'id J. Kyrmstnn noted Hncil for the jilaintiff and defendant Hitrly. Savral witnesses were Hned, and some am...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Perricoota Crown Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 18 October 1901

The Perricoota Crown Lands. block. M Crown ImiiI* on fwrtmot* *i ; 1 ?ill ta mitoU. f«r H.«553mUJS or. .ml after the 17th Octoher in«t7 t£ l^jil UimI rtonni mii ril ?' Item iqnm C«im Monw „„ lhc 5™ Hinober. and .leal with any «i,i,liratin ...„ ...«, ivmnneinr such laml. uiito28i,l Vlolicr inclusive. »mhi An niipiicRiion for x nomwtead wl«;iion mall lie in r arm i.nnd mnMbeaconniDnnicI liy one half yenni'i. rent in Bflvance nnn » ►urvny bk li.'nlnnfier upecllieri ; or i[ the 'i- plioant flRKires to defer payment of \L ?urvey fee, then by onc-thir.1 of thn totnl unount thereof. «ie npplicMion K|mii iw mpneil and the declarnllnn printr-rl nn i|,» uack of the form bIihII l« nmtle liv the aw, cant. The application m»y Iw irKlpeil with I In: Und Apent by the upplicnnt in pcrwm nr by hit aKcat in p«'rw-n duly millinriscrl f,,r Hie purpose in wril Inn, during oHice hoiirn nn ITth October, IWII.or durinjr office hours mi any Fubscqutnt. Thursday (not being a public holiday), or may be forwar...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 18 October 1901

.f^Bicipal District of1 ^B Deniliquin. ^B TENDERS. B^BKHS.irf inviiodrdnrnnlilc on Mon ?}. 21st Ociolicr, at S p.m., for the ^^^^B unrlis :- ^?ORUATIOXKARRAMA RoAD. ^Hopping iiav koad. ^?lOL-fiHIXG, METALIJNfl, &C. ^^?sniKivT. ^^Butions to be seen at Office of ^^B of 5 per cent, to accompany eacli UM or nu.v lender not necessarily B^B By order, ^H T.C.C1LUKS, ^^B Council Clerk. '-^^?Ocloljcr, 1901. ?wep Show. ?'OWN HALL,, ^^Veeday, Oct. 23. Hftcncd at. 3 o'clock hy the Mayor. W-.^lcW^ «^B»ti.M aftet ,2; ^^^-^___^ Hon- Bee,, .. ?^eepei.s» pS-Jnic; ?Es»W,23rd0CTV ?^t-outoi-PJace ?'^na-o cup. WARPBNTfeR, ! Municipal District of Deniliquin. AHSTRACTdf RECEIPTS «nd D18»URSI£ME.NTSfer the Half-vcr MMlird sch Aiir.im, !9oi, f,,r Gtrcral mmJ Specinl Accounts tindw'tlic MiiniciiMhiif^Ari, and (or oilieis ni ilnns plioun under resiipcliv-» cotr,-CoTo?S^c^L CUICRENT account uUbr VniKnncp Summons Water- Totulsnf (icnornl Vr'''- Arconm \\'.nk* Itnvennu ''? Acu.mil Acc.,ll)n, Cl!n)l^r 190...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 18 October 1901

? Entertainment. ^H?Wn Hall wns crowded on Wcd ^^B piening. wlien the Deniliqiiin ^^?Vuim Amateur Dramatic' Society ?1 comedy entitled 'The Hur'y ^H' in aid nf the funds nf the local ^Hl Thfi following is ft list nf the ^Htrr-Krei«riclc Jjftrlcins, n conn ^?tlcinao (Mr 11. F. Webs'er) ; Paul ^B, Ms B6n-in-)aw (Mr A. J. Fyf-) ; ^BtSelifyii.p'dspec ing tor love (Mr Wm)\. Felt(in); Dr. WinMeliury, ^?ling for himself (Mr E T. ^^ft); Slgnor Tamburin', prospecting ^?therfMr.F. A. Henry) ; Lobl),.a ^^Kiliff(Mr Lii.npliins) ; Mrs Lnrkini? ^Hilrtir)); Maud, her daughter, ^B to Paul (Miss Li Idle) ; Host, her ^^Br, unmarried (Miss Noyrs) ; HVmtid servant (Mrs De Nully). - ^^Hntertainment was 'billed ' as a ^^?romedy, nnd was i-ne nf the ^^?* best effor's, the acting of Mr ^^Bnd Mr ISlancliA liiing ]iarti?ulirly ^^?MrWVbst-i, *r si country gentle ^^Hi- excellent, and thufumitlerha ac ^^Be m 11 iakc-i l-y the several ladi n; ^^H new scei.cry rncen \y purcliHecd ^^^Hiiriety nan much «|)|ireciat»...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

TIJE TARIFi*. Sincethe introduction of the tariff ihe ci-Bt.of living in Deniliquin.'.hs in. moat other towns, has been' coDsiclerWnly iu^' creased.' Sugar h*s gone lip id per Ib., fish Id, and in some 'oases' 2*' per tin, matches Id per d,ozen,i in faot in all the stores a goneralriso ( h»s taken place, iu some cases exceeding the actual duty. .. . Combat, the Bendigo horse, ran splen didly in the Caultield Cup, and finished seventh, ahead ;of several of the heavily, backed ones. He was always' in the lead ing bunsh. ? ' ? - -'??'/?? ' ; Troubridge, who won on Saturday, is iu; the Maribyrnong Plate, and should jay a prominent part in it ; so should Home ward Bound, w.ho ran third to Trou bridge. ' ' ''? The V.R.C. Spring Meeting comniencea pn Saturday, week, and the near approach of thn event of the year has already been signalised by the big influx of visitors to Melbourne. Mr Byron Moore his ar ranged for holiday exoursion fares all over the State, and nil preparation have been m...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Denlliquin Police Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. (Before Messrs O. Wilshire, J. Kelly, and G. Evans, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

Deniliquin Police Court Momiav, OctowbSI. (IMore Wrm* O. WiUhfra, J. Kelly. and G. Kraut, J'a.l*. 1WI»-M Hoiitt (on bail) was chvgod with being -lru..k un the Kdtrard River liridge. Ha *a» lurther charg.d with using in drc nt laiuiuaitf. Uu the fir-t cimrga he was fined Ss or 24 h«urs in gaol ; and tor ihe language £2 or one uionlh'a hard labor John Purrail (on bail) whs fined 2f fid or 24 huurs fur being diunk in Oharlo'W HUvet. Tuefine was paid. James lUtiSon (on bail) pleaded guilty to being drunk in Napier-streei, and paid tin: tino »f 2s 6d imposed. John loigue a so plendcii guiiiy t- ''-?' ing drunk. J hn had «eveml ^iciiooh convictii.us ftgninst him, and whs fined £1 or 7 days in gaol. Robert i-cott after beini» li t out of the loik-up on b»il not rirunk again, and was locked up en Sunday On this charge he was also fined Bt or 24 hours. The same fate, befel Purtall, and he contributed a further 5s to the revenue of ihe State. An bur John Hawker was charged, with using obsiene...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Elliott's Riverine Brewery Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

Elliott's Riverine Brewery Company. The Thirty-fifth half-yearly meeting of Share-holders of the ttbdvn was held at the office of the Company on Wednesday after noon, when the following gentlemen were present : — Messrs A. B. Jefferson (Chair man of Directors), R. H. Landale and H. A. Glyde (Directors), H. Hawkins and S. Warnock, representing, with proxies, 2725 shares. The minutes of the last . half-yearly meeting weic read and confirmed. Report and Bal&nce-Shee'c. ' The following report and' balance-sheet were read by Mr Jas. Skinner :— . ' Ladies and Geiulemen,— Your Direc tors have pleasure in handing- you here with the Balance-Sheet for the half-year ending 30 h September. 1901. As will be seen by the Btlanoe-Sheet the amount now standing to the credit of profit and lo'S is £3,435 8a 8d, out of which your Directors recommend the payment, of a dividend at the rate of 8 per cent ppr annum1; that £100 be written ? -ff property and plant, and the balance, ,62,875 lls lid, b...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LATE GARDENER AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

THE LATE GARDENER AGAIN. If Mr Kent'ul had been nn persistent in his duties asjgardener nu he i« in forcing his claim' u|Kin the Council for the thousand and odd hours overtime alleged to have been worked by him, I here is litile doubt that, he would still have been receiving three ' vellow bovs ' every week from the Hymettus of Denili quin — the Municipal Council. The sub ject was again before the Aldermen, on Monday evening, when Mr Wilkinson, solicitor for Mr Rentoul, wrote demand ing the payment i.f over £100 fur over time work. Mr Ren tout's -cause was, as formally, championed by Aldermen Perrin and Taylor, the former suggesting that the matter be referred ..to., arbiiMt ion. Alderman Kelly, howe'var. had « vivid recollection of the cost . of the LeethAm arbitration case some few years ago, and thought that of two, evilv it would lie better for the Council to choose the lesser one— that of the District Court. The re mainder of the Aldermeu were his way of thinking, and thx only...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOW PRICES FOR CROSSBRED WOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

LOW PRICES FOR CROSSBRED WOOLS. The following paragraph, which ap peared in Thursday's 'Argus' with reference to the low price of crossbred wuoIb at the Melbourne rales, will be read with interest by wool growers in this district :— ' At the opening sales we did not quote the fall in crossbred wools, because the quantity offered was too fmrnll to base any quotations upon. Since' then, however, a coiisiderabl/number of Rmall oroasbcad clips of vhijou* grades have been sold, and it is now possible t-- make a comparison. We are sorry to say that for the growers of crossbred wools the position is an exceedingly bad ''one. In deed, it is doubtful if the price' of cross bred wools have ever bt en solo* since the first bale of wool wan i-rnwn iu Aus tralia. Compared with the opening rates of last year, wu quoto good comebacks and fine crossbred* about Ad to Id down, half-bnds about- Id down, and coarse cros-breds and Lincolns at lid to 2d down. Quite a customary price for Ltn oi In fleece ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Popular Athlete WINS Another Event. The Cake of Mr. F. NOWLAND. (For the "Newtown Independent.") [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

A Popular j Athlete WINS Another Event :j : . . ':- ? : — -i TVe': ?'it; Tho ens* of Mr. F. NOWLAND. iFor the 'Xewtov^t Independent.') . Tlicie is not a rnnro.pppwlnr nlhlete in Australia to-day tlmn Mr. Frank Noivlund, of '-(5 1 Laura-Btidet, Camdcnyille, Newtoji-n. Having won two Botany haniiicaps, hud fust being beaten on the post in the final for ono of tie biggast foot-races tlie world has ever seen, viz., tho Cold Cm.i Handicap, rim at Botany in 1SSS, besides winning numerous prizes in various pai ts of the colonies, Mr. Noivland may reusMiably he nientiiicil as one of the most- sticoessf ul r,edestrkna that New Soctb Wales cr.n i-oost of. '. VThc pci-p-tuul strain on the system engendered through so much training ultimately knocked meputj'-Miid the chiim pion toourrepoiter, -'tind I did not thiuk should ever be ahlutot'ic Iho mark again ; but you sec I nni again in training.' 'l)i-5 your previous efforts produco,a Bcricuscoiii'plaintV' ' ' j* ; **Ves. I went limler all at onc...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Fat Shkki'.— Tho market was fully supplied, 17,600 having been yarded. About 8,000 cane from Rivoriua. In the case of prime shorn wethers which were scarce, price* wore about maintained. Tho general tone of the market, however, was decidedly weaker, and prices lower, all grades of woolly sheeu suffering a decline of fully In tier hpftd from last week's .rat on. Quota tion* :— Prime cropsbrod wHhera, from 16s 6d to 17h ; extra do. from 18s to 18* Prl ; good do. from 13a Gd to 14s 91 ; prime crossbred ewes, from 13s fld to 14s 6d ; extra do., from 16s to 16a ; good do. from 12s to, 12n 9d ; middling and in ferior from 9/i ; best merino wether', fmm 14n 6d to 16s 9d ; extra do., from 16s to 10s Od ; gor»d do., from 12s to 13i Od ; middling and inferior, from 10s ; with merino ewes, from 9a to 13s. Show Sheep — Crossbred wethers, from 8s to 14s ; ewes, 6sJ9d to 12- ;'merino wethers, from 6s Od to 8s 9d ; inferior, from 3s 6d. Fat I.amdx.— 13,700 were penned. A few pen...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOAMA REVISION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

MOA&IA REVISION COTRT. On Friday l%«t Mr F. W. Gatstang, P.M.. rovwed the g neral I'dt for the M-ama Uivmlon ff the Electoral District uf Deniliquin. 120 name* being struck off, leaving 761 on the roll.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Bishop Crane A PEACEFUL ENDING FOUND DEAD IN HIS CHAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

Death t)f Bishop Crane ? — «? ? A PEACEFUL ENB1NG /.. ?FQUjfDDEAb in his chair: It will be heard with feelings more of pro found regret than of surprise rays the, ' Bendigh Advertiser') that 'bis inrdBhlp Dr. Crane, Bishop of Sandhurst, died at the Puiaoe, M'Grae-5treet,;at 6 o'clock -oh Mon'. day morning. Although his Lordship en joyed good health till a few 'hours' before his duath, yet it hud for some time been quite obvious to -his. intimate friends \that his life iras drawihir ito.V closlC At the opening of the now Cathedral his gathering years of increasing infirmities precluded him Trom remaining until *ft«r tile firrt gospel, and several of the coingregstioii .were distressed to notice him quietly retire from the ceremonies whicb marked the consum mation of a work to which .practically tlie whole of his later life had been devoted. jDuring the last two or three days' its was policed by thoBo immediately associated with him that he was weaker than usual, byt there apueared to...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHUCA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

ECUUCi MARKETS. Cattle. — Average yarding forward. Fatcaltl» realised fair prioee, but. stores eaisicr. Fat. cpws, small £6 6s, medium £6 10s to £6 3s ; fat heifers, small £4 7s 6d to £5 IO.h ; line of heifera, forward condition, 2 tn 2$ years £4 3s, 2 years £3 lie ; oows, with calves at foot, £6 10s ; lineof steer*, 2 years, £3 6s ; heifers, 2 ream, £3 4s ; steers, 15 to 18 months, £2 9.; small calves, 10- 6d. Sheep.— Large entry fatsheep and lambs. Market dragged considerab'y i prices rather easier. Merino wethers, prime, 14s to 16s ; come buck do.and ewe-, prime, 14s 9d ;? cross bred wethers, good, 13s Id ; lino cross bred wethere xnd ewes, 12s ; merino ewen, small 8s lOd ; crossbred bqggets, fmr order, 9- 4d ;' prime young Iambs, 11s 4d to lls 7d ; line ' roaiiio wot.hors!'gnod s'oraa, 6* ; young 1hiii1)s, Ga. Pigs.— Big entry. Competition dull, but full clear ance effected. Prime baooners, £2 8s to to £2 16s ; light do., £1 17a to £2 2s ; light porkers, £1 6s to £1 10s; light s...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TATTERBALL'S HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

TATTKnSAU.'S HOTBL. R.iw« ti»u» »p» eontrae ? ?*» W fnr nuiiiemun lep.im t-i TatiMMlli Hii'd The nrious wnrkaha\-el»«fn«»rried out under the conrol of Mr Tmimm Tjwr. and «.. f.r a* th- work ha* pme r. fleets (jiwit ci«dit nn his iUliervisinn sud also ?-n ihe c«..tract-in. Mr A. Uvy the |»ro unet r ofihU w^ll-known huatelr*. has alan effected a number -if improvrtiiantH throughout. Kipensite oriH-ta now adorn ihe fl.-om, hkndaume furniture in to lie neen in nearly wery nnim, in fact, the hotel w.,8 n vcr mor.i icplete tbau at the present tintr, nnd it» nuiueMun |mtr-ns will appreciate the up-to-date nuMi^as qualities of the ' i-e « piopri. tor.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket Notes. TRADES v. NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

Cricket Notes. Tit AUKS v. NAT1VKS. [iiv Dt'CK-Iinc] (l,i SitunUy Hflrrnoou last the opening n,,,,.|, ,,l tin' l!WI-'i cricket Kason «aa imni nn Ui-! local CriofcetUround between ',.i,'.i- i.|ir-M-nting the TriVlei and Natives. 'II,, «nitliir wan Invorabln to good cricket, l,u' ill.- nin'iidBnoo of Hprctatom was very tin ill 1 he i-ri'-'kct displayed on Saturday „ IS ,IU'\ fiir. '110'1 of the batsmen showing u.ini of practice. Whichever club is lucky ,.,,,,11'h I' w'ciire thin scsnon's premiership u ill u,! th-' h«p|-y possessors of a handsome iMinliv iirwcutcil by Mr William Leetham, ,,l \\ -,,,il)aun. Deniliquin ; eleven badges, ,, .,'iiivd by Mr V. Jane, as well as having H |,,. in ,'or Mr A. If. Windeyer's shield, wlui^ii has hi be won twice by the same club. A K IVrrill an.l W. Burns captained the Trmiei and NativeB respectively. The 'J'radiw«ere the first to co to the wickcUand siiicw'di'd in pulling together 85 runs ; but the Natives on going to the wickets were not su fortun...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIVER LEVELS EDWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

RIVER LEVELS KDWAKtb. . . Deniliquin, 7ft. Tin. (falling). Moulatnein, 6ft. 6in. (falling). MITRBAY. Albury, 8ft. Cin. (rising.) Euaion, 20ft. Eclmca, 20ft. Oin. (falliog.) --- Waligunyah, luft. (falling.) ^wan BJfll, lift. Ho. ? MDBBDMBItlOBK. Gundagai; 8ft. Cin. ' Balraiwld, J4H, (stationary). Hay, fift Siu. Wagga, 10ft, Sin. ; PAULINO. . ' . Wcntworth, -4fL 6in, ' * ? ^oonoarie, 13ft. lOin. Menlndie, !lft.4in. Wilcannia.8fu6in. (falling.) Earl Beauchamp, late Governor ef ftew South Wales, speaking at Brixtou on Saturday niRht, s^id that in AmtttOU was to be found material for the finest acuuta in the world.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

JOHN ADAM, Tobacceattt, Newspaper* Newt Afent, NAPIEB STBEET, DENILIQUIN. THK Jtuferw, Hon-Ujr Vmf, Arm*. !«|»rtlnit Juititc Truth. Worker, llawlc let, IJeinli.mil! 1 ud|-ccnilcni. Wln-l«or Maim title, liurnKworth a Manar.ini;. I'lctorlal MuBRiinu. CameM'i New I'ennv Mumilnr Charing Crma Mmintlno. -:«wcirii Saturday .Ioui.ihI. Auatiitlinn Jouraal, Auatmlian 1c''i Journal, WuHoiTii Mom lily, keactiV Urcssmakcr ilnltle Umnke, Onion Jack. Detective Tale«, Over I«n-l ami Sea. Ilovs' Flwl Itntc Itlbtary, Buffalo Blll'c l.lbnirv. Hcttt n Tliise 1;itjrnry,'Truc Bliio War'l.(ii- rnry, lllunirntcd Bit*. Sketchy Uitt, Tit llit«. Ally Kloper. Scraps, Snap Shorn, Aniiwur-. Tcarmn's Weekly, Cigarette, l'hoto Hits, lllust r»ted Up-to.Dato, Boys' Cp-tp.fJaic Nnvclctt«, Aldino H. Holiday,' Chrlsli»n HcrnM, Rhristian Budget, Police Budget. World's Comic, Comic CuU, tlorolc Life. Colored Comic, Illustrated Chips, l'ickM. Up, M.A.P., Spare Moments, Nuepet*, -funny Wonders,- woman's ' lilfe, ?'? Home -...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

i JTHrBAlNFALL... s SinoeTasrrejfcrt 13 pints of rain'nas been rpooided at the Telegraph (Iflice, the rasujt-^if ; th'o thunderstorm irhioh took pl{aoB,,at, Jialf-piist two o'clocfc on Mondajj morning. The otlur registra tions rlosted up were :— Jerilderie 16, Uiana g3,0Balranaldrt3.'H«iy 14, J^il catini* 46, W»gga 73, Gundagai 123,-and IvanhoeC9. , '-''j.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1901. Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

CBOROH XOTIQJCS. Sunday, Octobkb 27, 1901. Werteyan. Deniliquin, 11 a.m., and 7 30 p.m. ; (Floral Sen'icsa) ; Homestead Selections, 3 p.m. ; by the Rev. A. S. J. Harding. Prttfn/tfrian. On Sunday next at M»roco in tlie morning ; and Dcni!iquin in the evenini:, by the Rev. R Wclsli. 6 Church of England. Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity :— Deniliquin, morning and evening. '. A*hild 18 months old named Nellie M'Lesn, 1 daughter of Mr Alexander ?U*Lean, of Perriooota Station, Musma, whb on .Thursday acsidently drowned in theKtation tank at Illillawa (Hay), where her mother was on a visit to a relative. The child must have wandered into the tank, fine was only out of her mother's Wight-fora few minutes. The tank had ireryli&le water in it, but all attempts at resuscitation failed.

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