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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

Cricket match. Advantage wa? taten of the lialfhoh Vlay on Wednesday to pi -y a ciirket match between a combined local team and a team 'chosen from, the humetous Victorians who are at presout- visitiug Deniliquin The match ended disastrously for the 4inme team, the visitors winning by 27 runs. For the lat-or A,. SUttcr played brilliant cricket for G4 runs before lie Wt his wicket. C. Harrison, and Felton were the tttp sc ii-era for BdiAliquin witk ' 22 runs each, Beriot coming unxt with gp runs. The ncore's were : Victorian . visitors, 108 1 Djifliquin, «l. '

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

JOHN ADAM, Tobacconist, Newspaper & Ne#s Agent, KAl'llili STliEKT, DENIL1QU1S. rpillS Hcfcrcc. Snndny tlmo. ArMw. 1. S|Mmin« Judce. Truth, Wi.i-ki.-r. llnwk hi. Hciiili,|iiiii IndiHi-ll.klit. Wifi.lsor Mbjii. kiiie, lliirn^wonh'ii Mncnr.iftu. l'iei-iii:il MiiitnKinc Ciiwrf-M's New Penny MniniKini!. ChnrinK Cro-u Mag!iti)|c, CumiM'a Kniuiilny JouiiHil. &tiHtrulinn Jonrnnl, Anouiilhiii »r-..- Jourunl, WeMim'n MonltiAj-j l^«uli\ KremMiiiiltn itnttlu Ktnok'e, l.'ltioii .luck. lhnuciivu I'alei., ovur imnif nnd '&&. lloj-n' Viral Knle Ubinry, llutlulo H!ll- i.ibmry. Hexit h I'insi; l.ibniry, Tjiie Illue Wtir l.ilj I l'nryrllluntrRteil bin. Klrtiicli.v Hiu, tit Hits, Ally iilopur, JScrnps, Snap Kliotn, Aliowers. f IViirnoii'H H'bekly, Oigntyitle, l'lioto Iliu. MlumniKid Up-io-Dnlu, Upy»' (IptwDaii. I Novelette, A-lilirie M. -Holldiiy, UiTiKtinii I HettiM, tlliribiiaii Budget, I'olice lluilpct. Wtjklil'i Comte. '.' Opmlo Cuts, Comic lAte. Coiorod -'omic, Ultt...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

i THE RECORD. ' -.' 1 A smile went round the Oourt Hou^.e yesterday when an applictnt f»r the 10 hJniestead selections informed the Board Ithat he was a married man, :aud had 1«. children, and was no applicant for tho lb MpckR. Mr Kelly, who appeared ttr fhe gentleman, claims this as a. reeord,

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

Hotel TattensalS's, Denigiquioi. a. ?lTev.y (liLto of Molbourno). BEGS to announce tliat lie has taken tlie above well-known Hotel, which is now replete in every comfort and convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilated, and the Accommodation first-rliss. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining Rooms. GOOD BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER. The Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class ' ?' 'Groom Constantly kept in attendance. ~ . :GOOD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND VAKDS. Special attention given to Livery, Bait and Letting. Mail Coaches for Hay, Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and iioorong start from J .-?; ?-. . Tattersall's. A.L. onjy keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. : FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES; A. LEVY, Proprietor. #You need not send to Town ^-.sa^tE^For 5addlery. : EVERYTHNG YOU REQIU1RE FROM A BUCKLE TO A COMPLETE SET OF HARNESS AT HI I /F*^. &J £T'C^ 9 Riverina Saddlery .. ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

I LOOK OUT ! I LOOKOUT! I WHAT FOR ? ? 5ALE HO! ^AL^IIO! SALE HO! ? SALE HO! SALE HO! SALE HO! Red Housfc, Lyceum Stores, Third Block* Pall Mall, Bendigo, Is Holding one of the Largest Sales evep held in BENDIGO.'; ? -)o( ? ? THE GOODS MUST GO AT ANY PRICE, EVERYTHING In Our Warehouse Marked to COST PRICE. ^ FEW £-F OUR PRICES SHOW YOU WHAT WE INTEND TO DO. ! TUB SALE IS NO SHAM. I Old Prioec- f5ale Prioes. I £ a d 8 d I .1 0 White Double Sheeting for 5} I 10 White Colonial l-nne'l for 0J I ,15 0 Colonial While blankets - I , ? . (double bed) for ? 12 G I »??-??»? ' 1(0 0 English Whiiney JJlanfcets [ SALE ' ' (douWelie(3)for... ... 10 0 I W44..U.U . . .' 4 Stripped Flannelctts for E dnzen': ... ... .. 1 11 I 2 3 2-yds wide Floorcloth for 1 6 [ ' . 1 5 fl Ladies' Mackintosee for ... 12 0 [ . ?? 8 6 Ladies' Fawn and Brown .-? Capesfor .,-.. .... 4 11 1-0 0 Indies' Fawn Jackets for 12 fi 8 0 Ladies' Figured Black Dress . ?, ' Skirtsfcr ... ' ... 4 11 . fi, * Ladies' Metallic Under- . ?...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock Report. STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

Stock Report. I ? mm~~'- ? ' STOCK MbVEMfcNrS. Tlio following Block ttwvwtipiiUiirc rr txirted lor llic week ;-8,2S0 ».-lliein Irotn Nyang and Moulnmvin l» Yarrn- I wong* i 4, WiH nwi'8 and wiMhor* fr 'in I MoiilMiioin, Oddy H'i'l Son, Deniliijuin ; 4,825 woUiors f-om Hunthiwrnig for rhIu 1 Hi Kchuot ; 1,131 uwoji Hiid Ininlis, .ft.hu j Hfttilon, l'uraR.in Park, lVmnHtrbnii, rail 1 1 Mit'linurnu i 1,194 w-lli.-ra in w.i..|. fnnn llonndara million, lvnuluio, rail tn 1 Mulbuurne ; 1,1*0 tutted itlimii, W. K.I Kieri Mitlliuiir* to Hom-cy. Vic; 3,118] inivino cwos, from Chun Singl-i V,cmri* : I l.flW merino ewes fruin Hartwjod to I K Miucji ; 20* cro 'broil wctbnra from I Ferric-mta, mil to Molbnunto ; 160 ewe* I ft am Thornlierry to Mulbn-iruo ; 225 »h«e|i (Oddj's) bvrail to Mo'bournc, 3,(H)& hhonp fnim Tog*nmHin to- Fruufcinx WotUt t 1,000 ahebp from Bo -roorban to I MclhrVurno ; 300 cro«sbrud wethers from J* ixfeivrklgee -o Molb-mriKS ; 120 Line 'In *-*» Jty «H «*» Mo»m4 ; l,...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Famous Jockey. DEATH OF MR T. HALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

A Famous Jockey. DEATH OF MR T. HALES. ' Tlic fiportiug public airoiiglmutAubtr- - lasia will Inirn with fcoliign oFHuiG|i rcgrci the nuns of tho death .-f Mr Thonmn Hales, who during liiu io:giind himnrnh c caruerin the Raddle enrnud the -snvi«l-ki distinctinii of being the mo«t famous jcickoy that evor cHiriud «i k in;A»-tTiJia. Mr Hnlcs, who waa 64 years of ago, had been for a long time a Biftjrer froni fro quent attacks of asthma, but litterjy hw liealth had boon very good, and ftt'Gnul fiold on Cup riay liis improved appearance was gen ei ally rcnarkdd by bis friends.-' On Widnefinaylast, however, ilie caught h chill, which so tied on his lungs, and infUtumatiin qui ckly setting in, jie.paBBod awe'y at his rrsidonce, ' Aoiio Vina]'' Park-streot, Moniipe Ponds, at J6.o'd.bjok. on Saturdny evening. MrHales'letyes1 a widow, liuf no children. ;? .-/».:? : Tho career of Torn Hales as a ', jockey, was a rema-kably brilliant one.; Bornai; Portland, Victoria, he west at. an -.early ago...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1901. Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

CHURCH XOriCJUS. Sbkdme, Novembeb 3, 1901. M'edfyan. . Deniliquin. 11 a.re., by the Rev. F. Fawcett ; aud 7.30 p.m., by Mr K. Chap man ; Tocumwal, 11 ajih and 7.30, p.m.-, and Finley, 3p.m., by, the Kev. a. S. J, Hording. frresb$pMhM. On Sunday next at Deniliujiiii both hiurning and evening,, by, the R^i» H Welsh. Chnrch of #j«;Jan(ii Twenty-second Sunday aftct| l-init^ ;?' —Deniliquin, morning and teVening. (Fesiival of All Saints) j preacher $$ Ueiit.y.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Convent School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

Convent i6t10§l Concert.! The aiiHUHl eoncDHbl- Uw UMMron «f j t^.nv.iH 6clit»iW tdnk iMi in ih« Town , Hull un- Monday orelihiB, «h-+e Iieiiis | Hcarwly sunrtliiu n--iw wlimnlw curtnin ; row for *li-! Hrtt Stem on Ui« lengthy pr-.- ; «r«iHii»', »' (M'erliire mi tw« pi»h»w by fit** Mi«'d»T. and P. SiHrr..#. Tho nc; tiimmmg ' Mtffry bttle nialdnanrt Imys hv ike hirmiti w«b pi using i and thu Vt nn«- linn vy. iuv u^ui* 'hhwh m»*»w '«? rtiiu nf Mie lioSt hcniB -n the ph)gr»ltwi_e. Tim next item wwi violin selectiiiim, iu which Slisses Oibson, Kennedy, Naught urn, C. Und V. Brophy, Messrs J. and C\ II .rriwiti, Mr H. Harrison, M-hioib Di ljt'iiliy, S eve »nd Fwnk C*rcw took part, MissuH Harrison und Fagan p'aying ihu pimio accompaniments. Miss Fiigan « piani boIo ?' Fanttisii on Irish Airs,' re re ved w«ll-uierjt^dapp.lau-e. Tho tableau. ' MtsHing of tlluCrown ' in which. ilissts Ucaly. Sinclair';. MoHMii arid Hmnessy weru the principals), wah v«ry pret«y, th« ».l.u-i«l liiflits beinif ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In the Public Interests. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

In the Kublic Interest^. One mitter of impirtmieo th«t c»nl« bcfoiu the L-K!.l Und &-*'! ''' ™u hidumtion liwt w«sk was nil »p|ilicrtlio'i by Hmi M*Cme Br*. .if W.mi l«'f «!'« Kiirreudor nnd exoliatnie of alktul 4,«l-» ocro. of land id th-« ««i -triut, »»'| af er duo inquiry tho IVrd found that the pnipml Was wf m the publie iiiWrnst, and would pn.-ju'lice tlie 80 tiers jvsidtiiit -n tno nv|i{iiii'i' ??«?« of tlio pxcllnnge (Cmwn) UiiiIb. wo gather fr in the depiKili-iH (which -re published on (Wr fiim-th p fc«) that tlio pro o.s»l ? nibr-eotl an »i-ea o( no-ue 4,400 ncres Hituated on Mor.go, hik! distant nboiit n milo. frmi Uenilii|uin. 'lhe evida'nee-fjf th« a|iiilicinit» was t-- the eff ct ? hiil tli8 BurreiJdur l.nds wbh «»od fatt«n i-g country, With about 950 acres -if 'ar.blolvdaild'froith 32i 6d per a«re. The excliange lands wore dintHtit H&miles fr mi Dismliquin. nnd their churactor was of open box «u^-ject to flooding enlbracinn nbout 350 acres- of an agribu...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

LOCAL LAND BOARD. In analysing the 627 applicants for lft tarms, ranging from CQ3 to 777 acres each, on Perricoota, 'the Local Land Board are Ret a tiresome and tedious task, to 6ay nothing of the responsibility of isopurating the many excellent people who are Reekinirfarm homes. A large inijority of the applicants are without question most desir'n.%1^, and ?eiperieiiced farmers in every sense -pf the term, having ample capital to work these holdings in the most approved and tfnccessful manner ; complete sets of farming implements, and in many cases f ml dairying requirements and. the \yl-ere»yajhal '.-to successfully e intlish creftmerieS.* ! 'Judging from the valuei sworn to Many of the draught horaes owned by these people must be of the first order, add obviousljf of great in tereHt End Acquisition to^hte farming ipom muuity. T^jiero ^san be no doubt tha't the Board have fe very di(Boult duty to carry but, and it'tsqu.tpfthe question to at tempt to d-6alJn.Hii 'ulU^ethn' sat^fact...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Police Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

Dfeniliquin Police COurt MOKDAY, OCTOIIEB 28. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Thomas Campbell was charged with drunkenness. He pleaded gufUy-. The arresting cnnsbilile Htated that . accused ha i JRvu p'evious convictions uuaSimt him fur a similar nffuuc -. Be was, Silked 7a ^ or YiiVce days' imur soninent. iJolin 'Sli»nno', for dfnnkennes-i, pleadud guilry and was fiued, os or 24 - hours. William Smith, for the saifli «nVenct-, wiy kimiliir'.v de-.lt with. . ' TunsiiAV, OcTOtiieh 2* . ^BeTore th« Police jMagistrate.) joscpli.iim GalUgher, who had, been, rc lpat'irWon a ch«n;ofif vagrancjs was dis ufiarged t-i the custoilv of Sister, Mary Xaviut\ of theS.Bteisof Mercy, Denili «vtft»- .- ...^ The ^ittth lonk pi ce in Sydney on Smidjiy tti'irninu of Mr- Frank Bennett, jiiirt |ii«f*rietor of the *'UV»in!t«8 ifews ' And 'Towtt and Country , Joy'rual,' from ineni&gitiB. Deceased, who was '47 years ?(^ago was a native of Sydney.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deaths. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

Dedthsv Since our last issue we regreir to state that death has removed two local residents front our midst— Mrs Johri-Geraghty and Mrs Willmni . Morrati. The former, who was a very old resident of the town, bp came pudderily ill on Saturday, when she was dfec ivered In her room iu an nncon scioUA. conditibD. Dr. Graham was im mediately in attendance, ruut hisakill .was of no .avail, an'd death took place shortly after 11 o'clock on Sunday morning. The funeral took place on Monday afternoon, the cortege being a lengthy one. The 'services were te. inducted by the jtev. Father Treacy-, V.KJ., atld Mr G. H. Perrin had charge, of the mortuary ar rangements-. ... Mrs Morran was a native of Deniliquin, being $8 years of&geutthe time of her death. Deseased had been a great sufferer from an affection of the kidneys for eonie yeats past, but under the constant care of Dr. Noyes and frequent chnnges of air, she would spparejji Vy Wcijm,e well again, and able to help in her household d...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Items of News. SOCIAL AT THE PRESBYTERIAN SCHOOL ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

It^ms of News. SOCIAL AT THK rRKSRri'liRFAK SCHOOL ttORMi. A conaregational K'bi«l w' tundur d to Mir-a Bertha WatRnir (Ha-ighter of M-r James Wnhmn) at the Scln.nl- mum on Wudiiosday w^iiina. Tll« social wos tfio aiinnWiO'itiR rtScnia of ti-e cimgregatji.u wi|)1iiHg tosh * the ustcm i.i winch thu young Indy wnshuM liy them, to r.co. nis» tlieionrl «fork she' hai done Kt thfi Sqnday Sclinul »tid 'Jhurclii »nd h'ko to mark' the event of her a|inriiacli!ii}{ i mftiriaj;e. fi. (Vcu prrtgrnmnirt of. vnc*l arid iiiHtrUDiQiitlU iiiusi6-wiui-gtjn«thr»iiKh .after whioll! light. icfreBhuliititH worj sbiv-((1. ;DuH«(? tllo »3VOiiiii(? tlio Kcv. K(ibe|-i\Veli'h,.in a. few ii]i|jrupmut^ re m«r»8i pruseutod MiSs Witson with a Ijold \»\iil[ ch tin nnd waiph and RoJ-i broocli, -Ke gift nf'tho coxgtttgn'um. KHr Watson i-(!lu-»ly Uiunkud. thu cniiKregt ?tion- for the |ires«nr, which his -1au-;Utor wimld cheri-.li «n-l k«n|i hs a nieiiiuiico of her ii'euwnt ouuiiecliup with cliuiv.li. work in l!-iiii...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Exit Buller. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

Hxit Buller. Tup. culilcs of tlje paW week bava brotii/lit '«wc t0 's frol' 13niilaud in rolerurtci! l« Houth African affa^fS that \vp must necessarily receive with very ufinglwl fet-lingB. While ye feet griiti ticfl tbat tlie war authorities have nrnvml t lviiiselvus detonnined, at long last, to maintain, by even the uiopt drastic measures, thU' efficiency Atid 8tAn-Jard of tlie Arnly, ^ can Jjhlj heu'r' Will) Fl'10'1 TU8rdt ot tlf° shadi(«ved close of a earner that has tioen, u# till ndlw most brilliantly (inspotted. Gen'i-'fttl Sirlkdvcra Bailor, the hpro of a huiidcwi h'M^- tue winner of the htL'best guerdon of broAr? '?en' thP Victoria Cfoss, and the eatrier of it halt a score ot times, has fallen Worn his bit;!) estator and all- tho Englioh.spoak itiK world is moved thereby., -We use th« term ' bi-jh cstlte ' advisetlly, for although lie had not arrived at the supiemost altitude of military ra,afc, he1 would liiive diijio so Ifjit fop a fatal change ot Ministry lhdny yoare ago...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

Other Merchants Raise their Prices owing to the Tariff. We are going to lower Our's. A. TfEMRY'S aSH KRAPERY REMOVAL ? * ??? ?? i PREMISES KNOWN AS JOHNSTON AfDFOn (OPPOSITE TATTERSALL'S HOTEL). ! .1 . ? WATCH THI55PACE FORFUTURE ADVERTISEMENT. ? . ? '? ' ???'? V ' . _L... .. . .... .._ ?? ? _.':.?..? Athletic Sports, Mathoura. SATURDAY, 9th NOV. 1. OPEN HANDICAP, 130. yardB. First, £3 j | second, £1 s third, 10s. Nomi nalion, 2s 6d ; acceptance, Is. . 2. HURDLE RACE, 130 yards. First, £2 ; second, 10d. Nomination, lo 6d ; acceptance, Is. 3. 11 AIDEN PLATE. First, £!'; second, 5a. ' ?'? ; 4. DISTRICT HANDICAP, J2fl' yards (Radius, 12 miies-.) First, £2; second, ; £1 ; third, i«s. Nonliuatipu, 2s ; no acceplaoce. . './ Nominations for ' two Handicaps and Hurdle Race, and performances for Just two years, to be in the hands of Secretary on br before SATURDAY, 2Kb NOVEMBER. Other events arranged on the ground. Handicappers : Messrs Gavel, Canipbell, and W. Crumi» M, Li'ONS, Hon. Sec. NO...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EARLY CLOSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

THE EARLY CLOSING' aQt: New regulations tinder the Early Clos ing Act werts published in a Supplement to the 'Government Gnzet'e' issued lust week, and all regulations made prior to tlMtdate arc tevuk-d. The 're'*iilations are made hy virtue of the Amending Act which was recently pass-d. Under them h number of records have to lid Kept. These include a ri cord of the extra hours worked and a record of all half-holidays ullow^d to fhop assistants generally, and to carters and employees in hotels and restaurants. It it required that these r-?- cordu shall bo exposed in some position visible and accessible to all shopkeepers. Mr perry (Minister for Labour) states that the object fif keeping a record of all holidays, and causing the employee to ¥D,rtify that tie has received them, is so that, in the absence of nUch certificate, the shopkeeper cm be proceeded against without calling upon the employee to give evidence. It is the b lief of the de partment that up to the present .tinny emplo...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

FOR PRIVATE SALE. Splendid Freehold Pro= perty, 10 miles from Deniliquin. JL«Ov/V/ cultural Land, well iiu|iroved. ? ?? ? ? Apply— MACKENZIE BROTH EUS, ?.. ,'. . Ueiiiliijuin. Last Days! Last Days! PHOTOSf^ra for 2s. LAST DAY— MONDAY', NOVEMBKlt 11. . (OPPpSaii i'O^T OFFICE). Acknowledgment. TT . DESIRE to tender my yraleful UiaiiUs _ .to the niiiny kind liicinls fur lliuii-dcup sympathy' in riy late s';ul ucVeavcnutoi ; I'li.i to specially thank Ur. Nbycs lor his 'kind ami unrnufitti'ng attention' during the ibness of my Lite wife... '.':' ? . .W1LUAM liORRAX, .Si-oi-tsniap A nu's Hotel, North Ueni'liquiu. NOJBCE. '' Ol'lJAynD ihlo'riiy Tfuliio.*, orie'rcirarid 0 ' ^w'liite steer| branfcl like a square on near 'shoulder. fIf nh'c claimeil ljeTore Hlh X.OTCuiber, will be solil l« i»uy cicpbnsds '..',' .'. ?'. :'A. THOMAS, ...'... linilinm. JMPOUNDINQS* TJlPOCXDEDBtDeniliquIn on the 26th' . cloy -if .Oc1rtr«i:..llS01: From North Cbftiriinn by P., ItaJv.Iiin,' herdsman :^- Brown (Seld...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATH SENTENCES COMMUTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

BBATH SESTBNOKS'CQMMUTEDi. Two death sentences were under con eifleratijJn Ut dnieoting of the State Cabi net last fteek. The first case was that of William Cain, who lja-} eeutence of death recorded against him at Aludgee for a brutal assault upon his wife; In this in stance the prisoner was recommended to mercy by the; uourt, ana' ins wire to a potition asked that merry might bo ex tended to him. She stated that her hus band had received serious injuries to his head through having fallen from his horse, and that sincejthen lie had not been in the samp- mental condition in which he was before. She added that she had forgivenher liusbafid- for the injury he had dqqo hep-, and asked that thu .Execu tive (jouncil U-ouli liberate him. Ic was decided to commute the sentence to one of 10 years.' penal servitude. The second case Was one in Xrhich fcefer Johnson was sentenced to the extreme penalty of the law fit Oorowa fur shooting a m«n named Coleman. The trial took place before Mr Justi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Werai Land Exchange. REFUSED BY THE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901

Werai Land Exchange. UKITUSRI) BY THE JJ01BD. ,. . The v.li.iiuof Kridny morning was occupied liy i.iiu IjocjI l-uid Jtainl io -hearing .the uppliuiiii'ii I'i' Messrs McUrae Uroiheia, of Werni hi 11 iuii, for an exchange uf lands ivitliin Uiai luliiiug for lands on Morago, u'liicli lli-' owners of tue station were pur r.hnsine fur llio purposes of iho exchange. The following evidence was taken : — j\n;liilj!ild Rutherford MeOrae deposed he' was it grj/.ier residing at Werai, and was one uf the parties to Lhe npplioatiou before the Lmd Uourd. He desired lo surrender 1 he lands tinted blue on exhibit A. (1,-HL! nui'Ca) for the lands described within Inokfu uiJgeii lines on exhibit li, an equal area. Thu surrender lauds are situated ujtliin Murago Holding and tho exchange biinls williin Werai Uoldiug. Thesurrender l.imls have a carrying capacity of a sheep to 1^ acres under present conditions, improv iolc by nmkiiig pcniiuuent irater, enlarging tlic present tanks by 6.0DO yardu at Od p...

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