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The Death of Mrs Guilieri. PAR[?] OF THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901
The Death of Mrs Guilieri. PiurKvi.Ali* okthi: !S*gt'f:-r. O.i J-n.Uv Un an in.|-nr»- w« M i at llio lV-in«l ll''.ci, I -u--!iiii,; m. Hi-b!Ii ..I Mr Omli-' Crhni, uiii illr.,1 in -]»? h,i-|nul on tli.- 'J3M Oelnher, tram Uti- 1 (T.i-l« ol Imrm m-rive l«» I li» I'JUi UctotxT mln-r mHcnci', Ji.irth 1f-nilnuin. Tim incju»»t wu helJ jn-f.iru Mr ]?'. \V, iJ»ihijiiii- (C'.imnoi ), nii'l III (.-ll-ivini( i'l-v : -Mw«' f. -1*-i« l-»f' man). 1'. !'? Mi'''. ?? A.l»m. II. !,. .loin-n. .1 l'\...i.ilmr, A. T. .lo-c«. ?- IV.ImtUoh, A. C ThoViw. M. tt'j-w, II. W. l-«r-. W. lip.l'tiy, «-d II- lr'i«t-T. Tln-Villiwi'iij evi leni;» «?' Mkpu. : — Ohsrlrs (iiiili.ri iI«|-ohi.'I : I ulil licensee nillio S*n-lhiir't Hotel, ,V»rLh Dsiijli.jili/l. I rcmrnilwr Mondiy evening Uta Mill MM. AUvr eight o'clock I tves nil ting down mad ing llic |)H|«T. 1 happened to look out ill' (well, ami cnukl see eomolhiiig burning in the liittlion. 1 ruolioil oul and found my wife's cMihcn were on lire. I then got some wntc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901
Run Down. * X Used Up. Nervous Prostration. A Revelation. The Case of MRS. JANE DICKER, (A Special Inveetigalion. ) No one knows when sickness may over* take him ; the future is pregnant with dismal possibilities ; and, that being so, wo are all interested in remarkable cureB and startling recoveries, and to those already siok the tidings of a great rescue from the Fell Distroyer oomee as a boon precious beyond words. Our reporter, hearing won. derfui accounts of a remarkable recovery experienced by Mrs, Jane Dicker, of 61 Gold-street, Coliingwood, called on that lady to verify tbe statement and learn from her own lips a true history of her case. Mrs. Dicker is a widow, mother of a grown up family, and . wejl on in years. Her statement was simple and etralght-Iorward, and fully confirmed all we had hoard. She ?aid:— 'I had a very. long anxioua tima before the death of ray late hueband. I was run down and used up, and suffered In tho end from all the depressing symptoms of nervous pr...
Cricket Notes. NATIVES v. DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901
Cricket Notes. NATIVES! v. DBNlttQpiN. VfBy'DbcK-K-w.] ; On Saturday ias'c the alitive clubs liie.t on the local Cricket Ground in their. fir,st match, of the season for. Mr Windeyer's shiold KnA Mr W. Xe.othkm'rt trophy. - The day was all that could -he desired for good criclcar, but the *ttendftiicp was small. Messrs Windoyor and Rurns cuptained the. Deniliquio mil Natives 'town- respectively, nh4 the former on winning tlie.toss seat the Natives tp the wioKets, who nftor Having lost only one wicket with tho score at 101 wore »11 dis pose i of for 149 run. Deu.Vqi^n at the call of tuna ha:l fie ? r,)-l 73 u'irh--ti.t the loss of a wicket The .fielding of both toams was pttc'iy. The match is to be continued on Sihinay, when an intercijtin^ finish Khnull he -witnessed, fci^essrs Gillies and Outran-, wero the umpire?, ? . ? J. -ml O.' Harrison npenoj the Kativos inniii!!s to tlio howling of liynes and Kaki;.li. 11 .th hatred with confidence aiH hjon settled down to their wmlc, nnd smi...
Mathoura Police Court. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. (Before Mr P. Black, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 November 1901
Mathoura Police Court. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30 (Before Mr. P. Black, J.P.) Michael Ryan was charged with the larceny of a coat and vest, two shirts, one hat, one towel and handkerchief, the property of John Eliott, of Deniliquin. Thomas Hurst, senior-constable of police deposed : On Tuesday hy virtue of a telegram (produced) I went and searched for the offender, Michael Ryan. I met him with seven other swagmen on the railway line about a mile north of Mathoura. I asked him his name, and he said Kennedy. He said he came from Warbreccan. I told him to open his swag, and in reply to a question where he got the coat (produced) from he said from a hawker at Willurah Station. He also said he got the vest and handkerchief from a hawker. I informed him these articles were identical with the articles referred to in the telegram. I then arrested him and charged him with steal- ing the articles above- mentioned. He replied "I did not steal them" When we came near the township I said to him "Why ...
RELIGION AND LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
RELIGION AND LOVE. A peculiar slander case, which has occupied the Orange Court for the last two days, was furnised on Monday. From the evidence, it appeared that a miner, living at Lucknow, named Arthur Harris, was engaged to a Miss Floyd, but the engagement was broken off. Harris discovered that this ffas in consequence of a letter written to Miss Floyd by the Rev. Matthew Walker, of the Australian Church, Lucknow, in which letter, it was as serted, Walker had' made use of slanderous reflections upon Harris's moral character. . It wa3 also as serted that this letter was actuated by jealousy, the rev. gentlemen himself being in love with Miss Floyd. Arthur Harris, therefore, brought an action for slander against the Rev. Matthew Walker, claiming £200 dam ages. Miss Floyd who was the principal witness for the. plaintiff, in the course of her evidence, said that upon the receipt of the letter she in timated to Harris that their relations must cease. She declared that the defendant ha...
CRICKET ASSOCIATION.. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
CRICKET ASSOCIATION. At a meeting of the Cricket Associa tion on Tuesday a letter wns read from the Secretary of the Jlandigo United Cricket Club asking if a toam of cricketers could visit Bendigo on the 13th instant to play a match against the members of that club. After a conversational discussion tho Secretary was instructed to reply saying that the Association would send a team providing the date was altered to either the 23rd or 80th instant, or 7th De cember; and the necessary arrange ments could bo made re fares, etc. Tbe delegates of the respectve clubs were asked to furnish at next m roting a probable list of playera who would undertake the journey.
THE LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
THE LQCAL LAND BOARD. After the conclusion of the business of the Local Land Board on Wednes day morning Mr Jameson said he had heen requested by his brothor agents to exnress their aonreciation on the manner in which tho^usiness had been conducted, and on tfio Board's perfec arrangements. It was wonderful (said Mr Jameson) to think that so many applications had been dealt with in tho short space of time at the Board's disposal. He had also, to thank tho officers of the Board and tho police for their courtesy throughout tbo pro ceedings. Messrs Nathan, Martin and Kelly supported Mr Jameson. Mr Ttollope, in reply, said the members of the Board were gratified for the re marks which had been made, and thanked all parties fcr the assistance given. Mr Kemp, Crown Lands. Agent, had had an onerous task, but had carried it out with credit ; Mr Volckman had been connected with him (Mr Trollope) for a long time. He had been in every possible corner,, and it would be hard to put him adrift. It...
THE HOSPITAL CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
THE HOSPITAL CAHS1VAL. Ob Monday nest thonnnnri C-.roival iu aid of thofundsof tbe Hospital will !---lM-ld oil tho «hw grounds, and pro viiling tho wewthor in fnvi.rabto for an outinji the miomlancu 11 - aoiM will ho fi lnrRB onn. we »-V'! ?-'? *?'- 1 Cotumitteo ar-« al thn pruscnt tnno contemplating Iho erection cf it new htiiidins on the latest un-l most scien tific plans at an cxpemiitnre of about £2000, and it will he soon necessary to find funds to pay half that amount, the other halfjboinR. contributed by the Government. Monday will bo ob served as a close holiday, and at 10 a.m. a praml procession will be formod opposite tbu hospital, and headed by tho Town Band will parade tho principal streets. On arrival at the grounds a hnge programme of sports will bo carried out, entries for which close at this office on Saturday evening next. Pro grammes and all particu'ars can also bo obtained from the Secretary.
RAILWAY EXTENSION TO VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
RAILWAY 'EXTENSION TO ? VICTORIA. Messrs Ushered Russell, officers of the Railway department, have been in the Berrigan distriot during the week making inquiries as to tbe probable traffic if railway connection were made with Victoria. A visit from the Com missioners is expected early next week. The survey line from Clear Hills has been completed to Saver nake. The Commissioners will collect statistics and inspect the route which it is proposed should be taken to effect a connection with Victoria. Tho Melbourne rider J. R. Hoystead broke his collor-bone while schooling Romany Lad \over the hurdles at Caulficld on Saturday morning.
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
Sporting: Mems.v : two .races at the second day's JcMesfof. the Gundagai Racing Club last waik — the Trial aud Fiual Handicaps. ,,; \ Opinions differed on tho course as to ivhethor Grasspan with a clear run ivould have won the Derby. ,, There is no doubt Grasspan lost ground when HautviUcrs cut across the leaders after 3uterin£ the straight, and, it -is .also certain the Sydney-trained horso was Snisbing stronger than the ; winner. Sautvillers has a ImacU of cutting in tvhen the pressure is on. Kuhn, who code Grasspan, thinks that his uiount. ivould with a clear run have won easily but the stewards, whatever they thought in this connection, did not regard the interference as eufllciently, serious ip iisqualify ube winner. The ;.ev)dence of the jockeys who were exaniined'.wa^ somewhat conflicting. For one iiiipg there was a disagreement as to'The^ exact spot whero the supposed crossing took place, ? . . ...-,,.* s ?.'.-.; Tho Orient Company's R.M.S. Dmrah, with the English cripketers...
ROAD GRANTS [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
?«— *?' ''-*? ?:*BOA-»*ieRAlrt?Sr - ' The; undermentioned :sams for the repairs and maintenance of roads havu been setdown foe expenditure for year ending 80th June, 1902 :— Jerilderie to Beurigan, £100 ; Jerildeno to Daysdale,- £300 ; JecilderieGoolgum blaRoad to Coonong Siding,* £150 ; Jerilderie to Goolguinbla, £150.,; Jeril derie to Tbcumwal, £800 ; Deniliquin to Urana, £500 ; Deniliquin to vjierri gan, £200 ; Deniliquin to Booinanoo mana/ £400 ; Deniliquin to Naritna, £75 ; Deniliquin to Wauganella, £250; Berrigan to Momalong, £125; Berri gan to Bpouianoomana, £200 ; Berri gan-Mulwala road to Barooga, £220 ; Berrigan to Savernake, £100 ; Gurrag hinohr Siding to Tocumwal, £150 ; Conargo to Moonbria, £75 ; -;,Urana to Ucang'eliae, £150; Urana to Coonong Siding, £700 ; Narantlerato Old Coree Bridge, £800.
Stock Report. LOCAL STOCKS [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
Stock Report. local sTtmv s\i.:-. MrT. A. Ki.-m-win ivj»m'-- li--n-' '??I'' ; ?I,.. |.il'n«ii.c ?-???* Ml»-|i- S-pHinlti-r ??i-'. vh: : '2 (triini1 Iiii1l'c'i.' an ' ??'»* ??..:? M.- ncJIcl'rae Hi-is «' ? : Kpunm ? ,u t*. f..-Mr I..-.S K-i.ii-. *;??«;» ?.,.,? i-,. w-.iIi.t-. 4.I....I-. f-f Mr ?' ? ' :.;-..-v..»i.. M. ? ...-??- : 'I.-'-'1' ''7.11111 R,..s. W.rni ; l.TWI m.-. in.. ??»???- /4 n In.-!. f..r H.-h. Ki.Min Vm'-r. Nj1''-1 : ?,,ltWiiii-ii'.- »?»«-. »-ai'rt. il«' I.*-'' « Mr n»v«l .Mnor. linn ?ynlii-1'M' : l-('™' nimiim uwok, f r Mc«s H I'- »'i-l ' ? Nmi/hion. Do-iliipw ; 1..VIU iimt.t- w.-therx. 4 nn.1 fi ? h. 'ir Mr N. 1»»»-- li-y. II.IiiIm, 2,fnW minimi wnilmrs »i ?icciinnl -if Mr K 11- W..mlward, WarRnm. And truAo I t.- Mo'h.-urne mnrknl* (in rtmjurlio'i wi'li K. W. -H.il.nwi »n-i IV): fi.Mfi f'l sluieji. on urcunt-rMwawI'.S. Fill I* i w wiiiS us H-.,nnko. Hon. W. Mct.'ull.icli. Wnrbnc cnn. Mr Hubert Lnnrfali-. Mnnniwa, mid Mr A. Lnndtlo. Wandonk. nil :p Messrs ]£. Titnch...
GOOD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
GOOD NEWS. Wo have pleasure in calling atten tion to Mr W. B. Pollard's advertise ment which appears in outadvertising columns, and it should be good news to our numerous readers to know that household necessaries may be pur chased at bed-rock prices for cash, notwithstanding tho heavy federal duties which have been imposed. Mr Pollard says a 5 per cent, profit for cash is preferable to 25 per cent, on the book. '
STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
STOCK MOVKMKM'S. TJm i-llo«ing are ilic stuck inovomonis for the veclt :- 1,000 mi« »nd tarolw from .Terilderic t-. .1. M T-nrlliy, via TucuiiiwhI, Ui Victuri* ; 2.012 .-«es from Myall Gmvn t-. P. Cilijll. T«cun»wal ; 800 c-j-uw'wcd cw« k fnmi Nurlg* to M. .1. Cnrow. Deniliqiiiii ; 2,000 «wos Hi-d 30 rnmR from Wnmr.-im'llR station «o Allwrt Austin, Lako MidgiuMi ; fli-0 «wes from Moiouo in Wni. IlnwlfV. Anniindalo. TiUlatirntta : 25 Border Jjeicoster rams fivin WnnJ^iok trt S. Lcarnioiith, Groon BhI ; lid(l merino c«-m from Somerleylon i.. A. 1- Wh'riiii. Killarncy. Moulaniein ; MO oh. h fmm Tiippal to J. Oddy »n«l Kmis ; 32 nrn-ri cuttle, Chan. Tolliit's, Matlmura; 9.700 ewp wearurs friiii I'uriicwiM station Ut Western Queensland I'uRtmal Company, Uurond« station. '^ncemOand. by rail from Jerildoric to BoiirU ; 2,540 alierp from Cobr-n Estate ui Itolindn Vjtle, Victoria, by rail from KcIiiich ;*642 lamli-. Preston and Nanker villu's Mornco to Freezing Work!) ; 3,600 rotlien fr»m Tu...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Fat Sheep.— The supply was a mode rate one. 10.700 having haon yard.d. About 4,500 ctmo from Rivorina. Only n limited proportion consisted of good and liriinc qualities. Best descriptions met with ke.n competition at about Is pur head higher, while medium nnd useful prides were in steady request at improved rates. For woolly sheep, especially for middling nnd inferior descriptions, no material alteration was notieonhlo. Quo rations :— Prime crossbred wtthors, from 12s tM to 14s; a fow extra, at 15s 01; (Toud, dn. dn., from lls (o 12s ; prime cmsNUrcd litre*, f r an 10s Od to 12s 61: oxtni, do. do. fMin 13s to J4s ; good do. do., from 8s 9d to 10s ; middling, from -!?; 9,1 to 's f»d ; prime merino wcthorc, fiw. 31s i-d to 13s ; a fnw cxtTB, at 14s ; pond do. do., from 10s t«i lls; with nii'iiiKi owes, fioin 5s Dd to 9s 3d ; with nhoep in tlie wool, from 8s 9d ti- 14s Fat Lambs :— 8,000 were penned. The demand u-mk artivu mL decidedly iniprovel rales. Quotations :— ...
ROUGH ON VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
IJOUGHON VICTORIA. Oneof theapplicants for the Perricoota blocks, who had deposed to a large ac cumulation of worldly possessions be yond tho ordinary cookie's circum stances, was aslted by the Chairman whv ha wanted to sell out in Victoria and croBS the border, in view of his being so well off there. ' Oh,' re plied the selector, ' We are overborne with taxation over there, water taxes, Shire- taxes and all sorts of taxes that swallow up all tbo farmer's profits, and leaves no living at all now ; that's why I am applying for these blocks to make another home.' The Board evidently took the situation in at a glance, having no doubt, the Barton Tariff in prospect !
ECHUCA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
ECnUCi MARKETS. Cattle.— Short supply. * F«t cattle in request, and prices show ad van as 10s to 15s. Stores .dull. Quoations :— Fat co«s, prime, Rniall, £7 2s .to £8 6s ; h-ifor.s gnnd, £0 11n ; oowe, fair, £5 2s ; Rtcera, f'-d, £7 12s ; line store steers, 3 .veKrs. £5 ; do.. 2 yeirs, £3. Sheep.— Sin ill yunJins fa's and lambs. Competi tion good- Prices equal late rates. , . Quo tations : — Fat ciossbred fewes . and wet hens (shom). 9s 7d ; crossbrod lambs, pood (in t.ooI), 10s 3d to 12s ; small, 7« fid; 1'itfS.— Moderate on'try. - Pfioe*. tiliadn batter. Bacnn pigs, £2 2s to £2 fla : (id ; slips, Si6d to -3s 9d ; -suckers, 3s «d to 4s 3d. A plague of grasshoppers is invading the lon-n of Ilay. They arc troublesome at night round the gas-luiniis i'l tbe principal stioulii.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
HoteB TatteB*sa86's, Hertiliquin. A. LEVY (lato of Merbourne).' : BEGS to announce that he has taken theabove well-known Hotel, which is now replete in every' comfort and Convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilated, and the Accommodation first-class. -Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. .. Two Dining Rooms. :? ,J :- .? - .v-ii./..*.'^1..' 1 ' ' GOOD BATH ROOMS (Ladies' ari|,Geti|Pfrpci-*s), HOT & COLD .:?',.? ?' ':. , ? ' , WATER. ?' #V;; r/; The^taoling AccorrTmoSa'tioif fs tVnsurpas*sed*!rriiie'C6Tony. A first-class Groom constantly kept in attendance. ' GOOD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE' BOXES AND YARDS. ?? . , ?? ?? 1 .' ? ?:?-!?? ??-??; n n ..:..- :?- Special attention given to Livery,' Bait and Letting. ? ' ' . MaU'£6ttches for Hay,' Finley, Bcrrigan',' Cobran and *«oorong start from . . ... ... Tattersall's. ,;;t;.K:\ :-.;r-:i..i i^nk; :i.,;-.;v;. ... ?-?'r~~r*;~~L~ A.L. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. .?-? r ?, . . . ? :x; . *.'' '.... FIRST-CL...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901
LOOK OUT ! LOOK OUT ! ? W ? 'TOAT FOR ? : : SALE HO ! 5ALB^HO! 5ALE HO! SALE HO ! SALE HO ! 5ALE HO ! Harry Bavey, Bed House, Ijyceum Stores, j Third Block, Pall MalJ, Benjii^o, i la Holding one of Uie i Largest Sales ever held In j BENOIGO. | ? )0t ? _ ? . : ^HE GOODS. MUST G(j AT:, ANY | PRICE. - : EVERYTHING In Our Warehouse Marked to COST PRICE. I FEW OF OUR PRICES SHOW YOU WgATW'E INTEND TO DO, THE SALE IS NO SHAM. I Old Piiccr. Rale Prices. ? £ 9 d s J I ???' 1 n Whifc Double Slice! ing fnr 5J I 1 0 White Colonial l'laniiel'for ' lij I 15 0 Colonial 'White' UlatiUeU I ?.-,-? (double-bed) fur;.. . .: 12 0 I /-. * -~ -~-. . ' 100' English Wliilnpy Blanket I SATiR' (double bed) for ? 10 0 I *J**.UXJ , 4 Stripped Flannelette for I dozen :.. ... .. 1 11 I 2 3 2-yds wide Flor.rclolh for 1 C I ? 1 !i .0 Ladies' Maukintoses for ... 12 0 I . . :. ? . H 0 Ladies' Fawn audBroHU I Capes for ..'. ;.;? 4 11 I 1 0 0 Ladies'JFawn Jackets for 12 0 I . S '6 LadieV'Pigiired Black Dress I , ? ' '...