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RIVER LEVELS EDWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

RIVER LEVELS EDWABP. Deniliquin, 8ft. 8in. 1 Moulamein, 4ft. ? ihibkav. ? Albury, flWSini I, 1 Euston, 20ft. Cin. ? Eehuoa, 20ft. 9in. I Wahgunyah, 16ft. (falling.) ? Swan Hill, lift. 2in. I MDEBOMDIUOEE. ? Gundagai, 7ft. 9in.. I Balranild, 12ft. Win. ? Hay, 10ft 3in. I Wagga, 12ft. ? DABUSO. '? Wontworth, Hft. lin. 'I Poonoarie, 8ft. 3in. ? Menindie, 5ft. Sin. ? Wilcannia (no report.) __ ? 'Do ypu require Bo*,^J Drapery of any kind? P. **' -M large stock on band and tn»'te! fl

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIST OF APPLICANTS LEFT IN [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

UST OF APPLICANTS LKPT lv I ihe lollnwing m aconn.lete li,t 0, M names of tho iDplic»ai».wlio we 'I .« W lo go t-k Ihe ballot : - e 'IlwB . ^A; A.11iU' Wm- Archibald u. M Archibald, W. Allen, R. j. Ai^t\ ? Anderson, J. A. Andrews, 0. K L, J W. J. BurrowB,.T. Blanci.cn £ E eT|i W. Burns jnr., B. Benson. A. Barl» ? Beecroft, W . Q Bojle, J. Berrym,'^! Bureoyne, P. Bourke, G. H T J .(aiocle), J Benson,. H. M. Bndlev }™n| Bf, G.X -Jbtow. .1. B»r™A.yBLl B«rryman {married), W. .1. Brown 'w 9 Bueh.J. Baldwin; G. H. C JJ Bourke, Wm. R.unde, .John Berrv'man M Berryman, .1. Benton, K. Chappie \M Chapman. R. Coulter, -VVm. CoS™i| ? Cahill, F. 8. Owta, T. T S 1 Calving O, Clarke, .1. H.Clarke, H.qS« J. Clarke.. H. 0. Clieailey, C. C cZwM \-. UBn:pbcll A. Curbum/s. E Den «? Disher, J Dewar, J. DiA, H L C UBdJ I I . J. Fitzgerald, J. F. FilMcrald, 1' ? Furge, W. H. Fuziard, E. Fretmnn, K.W [JroveB, M. A. UrilntliR, Wm. dffurd, Thfl Uarvey, T. .L Uray, W. J. Grimiaon, W fl Uruhum,. (i. (jjillagher...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Perricoota Hemestead Selection. RESULT OF THE BATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

ThePerricootalion,esteal Selections. | UBSVLTOI'THK IU~i.;riT the Crown LtiMtaun-T H. , S*»«- -M (Deposition Uerk). Mr Tro Hrl™ *shlW Ii»tof na,uc8 which had hm fi r'd 'W to the billot. Thi- ,hO«J h \ ei '' M number ttje.e Here ISS'n.M.W1 n '' 'M -mRle. It Un -he Ullut for 1 ,'[,,'!'? tuok ol.ice Mr .T-m= ? 'C inn |,|,^ stead ot u,e „„„;«;» ^VpK3?nlh:l« hi a!ph»l«.lic»l nrner tl,.t Tl' ?' 1 '',P,1™ mken b»phai'rdly. H« male,. 'uH *H tion ta*,..,.!. experience ;rtU^eS,'ef« the numex pl.,cpil Rm.in rlw 1 lh^B wonanrio-. The Chmrni«n, inTenl^M that theimn.oH w,,ul,l I* uk™ T ' ''^B cally f..r the first hlock. and .Lm'.^^B varied for the remainder d l^^M

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

Hospital Carnival. TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to 12 noon on Satur day, for the sole right to sell FRUIT and CONFECTION KRY at the Show Giounds on 11th instant. ARTHUR LLEWELLYN, Secretary PHOTOS 12 fop 2s. Last four days, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Mon day, the last days for taking. (Opposite Post Office), Deniliquin Municipal Council. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited, returnable on Mondav, November 18, at 5 p.m., for Uie erection of -'i'UBEB STALL STABLE and SHED. Lowest or any tender not necessarily ac cepted. ,. Deposit to accompany tender 2 j per cent, on amru'nt ol tender in cash or cheque' marked good 'by Banker. Specifications at office of -the undersigned. By order, . T. C. GILCJES, Council Clerk. JDeriiliquin Municipal Council. NIGHT PUMPER. : \ PPLICATIONS are invited from per XX soiifi qualified for 'tbe position of NIGHT PDMPEB at the Deniliquin Water works, returnable on Jfonday, 18th inst.. at 5 pSn^ ;Wage8,*2 10s |)er week, v By. order, T. 0. GILLIE...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

Sporting. It was Rtnlcd Itoforo llif cup (hu if It vuniie w n Mr MnodinwM ttoulil mitc.t Uip !.'? Kng'Mid. It in uuitu lik-tty h.t h« will, nnd it is itUo on ill,. ,»,H*H tJml. Wakeful mid Uvvenuc m y be sold f-,r ?»?»»?????«, v» in'*, no will 141KO W1U Mf with him. It. enn l-« mid 'nulifu ly xim Revonm 's victory ««n h v. ry popular «me. Timugh from conscientious te.si.i,s h never nave Ntable i..f-irnmti.m «»v«v when cnnnett«d wi-h the lat« Mr W. It Wilson, Mr Macdwnald mailt* no secret -if Iijk confidence in Rovenue'n ability to «in the Melbourne dp. Uu tol.l nil H»d mndrv that he thought the nucngnnd thing for Trei.ton's son. The principal sinners over Rrvonuo ure the owners of the horse, who ara pill down as clear'ng about £20,000. They backed t.ho hnrsu straight-out to win about £15,000, and -they also hai hiin conplcdin the d..uble with Hymuttus f r £5,000. The nUbla couiniiRsinncr in nlso a good winner. It is s*id th^t ho backed the Tr-ntoii gelding to win him £5,000. A well-...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Police Court. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Thomas [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

Peniliquin Police C6wt. I W^SESDAT, NoVEMBEE CT ?? ' I (Before .he Police Magistrate.) ': ? inODlMci T7'.'Ja st I J(*o Dean XAn^or «* Nuisance.) Ir dt«e o4r if'iS0 2nddtty »f Octo V fMt«PacB «,»„ aWa,r,d Eiver br'^« P guilty. e tIlana w.«lk. He pleadla fvard RiVfPl,»-j ; unving on the I !'-ur Heh^g6at al)0uUeven miles tl 1)e-'ore, lut ,, ,,never. warned defend fcPrietorVi080^ he Wa? ? ««* landau he i™. J r-'^ay ''^t'oned by |»n oneof ^ i nvil-K °'er the bridge |n'nbmXhl8'10«e8 took fright ata I fast for a «£? hBd, to lnt *e horses jcident. tew yards to prevent *n |wos ove^th'T-?6116,''61' tf0*toa his I of r Kil, ^se * llB w*s too care fc^20yelars.;hehaiinlt''P'-^to KWthrSehiP : T«at has nothing to do teuk»f&!hedidnot86e f6' j' SuT*8,/,11^ 6s. with 4s ioa f ft'e »M 'iid i J)CIUW ''P^onmcnt.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

Hospital Meeting. «,„,*!»! monthly wwsJlug of tlio Cm. . , ,,f the nlmi-o **» held at. rhu -'wl 'f Art' ?'' Tiiciidny «'* »'B '?' ;'B|I, otmi-l'resil«sm)ifCcu|iHsd ih. i r ' «nd ihcix! ?«?*' present Mi-mrs A. T IVier. «n-l H- Ii»-y«. . . life minute- ?* tt.e |irevi..us month'} ,nJ special ui.etinye wuru rend and cou RBi'onra. 11,e Trensuror re|K)rted a credit balance ''il'ie H''''-' CiiinniiUoe reported that ] visits tu the hospital had l-L-en 'j, during the munth, nnd that the sufl ™a l*en rcry busy. Tue premise* had ten g-ne «ver, aud evtryihuiR had been f ii'd i« I!0101 otAer. l)r Ni'J'iw reported that two deaths under liis euro had taken place, oue n ho mtdmission »«» in an advanced stage of ? ilifiis M,d the other was brought to be institution in « dying condition from injuries, and died a few hours after ml °'l)r° Urnunni reported that, all; casea under his care were progressing very well, ?he on!y eerions cubb being a m»n uameil Jlickenn; -t*o dentils had tak.m place undtr hi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
By Electric Telegraph. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] THIRD (OAKS) DAY. MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

By Electric Telegraph. [From ocbows Coruesposdent] THIRD (O'AKSIPAY. MELBOURNE. Thuisday. November Hurdle KHoe.— Informer, 1 ; el oka, 2 ; Hara, 3. Secdi'd Nurser' . Pajidieap.— Lord Middleti.n, 1 ; Kentucky, 2 j. Cimnmrun, ?A. ' . FiyiM; S'aUes. — ^equen.-e, 1 ; Wake ful. 2 ; Paul Pry, 3. Carnival Handicap.— C.ledona, 1 ; George Frederick. 2 ; Flag-liip, 3. Oaks Stakes— Buanlni, 1 ; Or- tonne, 2 ; Australia, 3. Venetr.n- Stakes.— Turban, 1 ; A'bara, 2 ; Loid Rudolph, 3. Fi ly Stakes.— Fishery, 1 ; Pliyl, 2 ; FairUwb, 3.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

Small Debts Court. Wednesday, Ncivembee C. (Before tho Police Magistrate.) JohnSt. L. Kyna8ton v. Henry Milner CUim, £13' 3s fur goods S'ld and work and labor done. Mr Windeyer appeared for pUintiff, the defendant hot appearing. A verdict was given fur the full amount claimed, nith 8s costs. J. W. Taylor v. Thomas Connors Claim,' 12« 6d for goods sold. Adjourned till the 20th insUut.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Carnival Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

Hospital Carnival Meet ing. ? . ? * ? ?? ? ? A large meeting of the Hospital Carnival Committee was held at the School of Arts last evening; Mr t. 33. Cotton occupied the chair, and there were also present Messrs A. B. Jeffeison. J. Kelly, D; Grant, M. J. Carew, H. L. Jones, F. Sparrow, L. Harrison, H. Ishp, F. P. Shaw, M. J- Mnher, P. Fleming, P. W. Maber, G. Heriot, J. Simpson, J. Skiuner, H. C. LanRley, J. Murpliy, P. Fagan, F. Trantum, C. B. Jones, H. Gilleepie, M. Wyse, and A. T. Jpnes. The following subcommittees were ap pointed :— No 1— Messrs Langley, Sale, Harrison, Trantum, and Hayes. No 2— Messrs G. Heriot, Shaw, Rout, Sparroir, M. J. M*her, P. W. Maher, and P. Fleming. . No 3— Messrs Fordham, A. T. Jones, Tattersall, O. B. Jones, and Webster. Processional— Messrs. Lloyd, Langley, Harrison, and Cotton. ' Refreshment— Messrs Skinner, H. L. Jones, Fleming, Fagan, J. Murpliy, and Grant. A meeting was bold at Finley on Wednesday night, at which it wan decided to form a bush-f...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Extraordinary Vacancy. FOR THE EAST WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

The Extraordinary Vacancy. FOR THE EAST WARD. The nominal inns for thu ? xtraordinary vacancy f'-r an alderman in the Ehs*- Ward, caused by the non-atteiviauce nf Mr J. G. Evans, doted wi lithe Mayor on Monday evening last. The follow ing are the uames of the candidates, and their nomi nators : — JOHN ST. LEDGER KYNASTON— Nominated by Messrs F. Trttatum, H. W. Pfeis, J. Bott, G. M IJrodie, J. W. Webb, J BurchfieM, H. J. Trist, P. F eniing, P. A. Fox, N. Christo[-h'er. M. J. Carew, S. H. Norwood, H. Gillespie, W. Heriot, F. J, Timms, J. GeraRhty, D. M'Loran, W. H. AUanson, R. H. Turnbull, G. Hutton, R. Deen, and R. W. Holmes. CHARLES POMEROY NANCE.No minated by Messrs W. Harry, H. A. Timms, and J. Murphy. FRANCIS SPARROW.— Nominated by Messrs J. Danckert, J. Farquhar, H. A. Glyde, and A. T. Jones. The official nomination has been fixed for Tuesday next, at noon.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

THE TEMPERATURE. Muggy weather has prevailed since our last issue, and Saturday and Sun day last were the hottest days of the season, the official thermometer on toth days reaching 99 J.'flegrees in the shade. Mohdav was ' a'' little' cooler, .and during that night a heavy thunderstorm passed over the town, but only 11 pointsof rain fell. Yester day the thermometer reached 92 de grees.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHUNTING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

SHUNTING ; ACCIDENT. - A young ;inan nanVed Alfred Sim mons, engaged' at) 'a shunter at the Echuca railway station, met with a bad accident on Wednesday. He was coupling trucks, when the coupling flew bacU, strming mm on me nose. Dr. Kelly found that the nose had been broken. Simmons is suffering considerably from the blow.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ROYAL TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

TUB ltOYAL TO'K. A To Deum sorvico was bcM on Monday in Canterbury CailnilniJ, as a thanksgiving for the happy ondinR t,f thu tour of Uiuir Horn) Highness Hid Dii'km and Ducliuss of CornwiUl r.nd York. The Archbishop of Cantor bury, Dr. Twnplu, prvsidud at tbo ser vice, llw -Majesty tho King has in honor of the tour created Commodore Winsloe, the naval director of tbe tour, a Commander of the lfaya! Vi-torian Order (C.V.O.), while Commnnder Wemyss, Iho coin main) er of tho Ophir, and Major Cbarlos Clarke, who com manded the marines on the Ophir have been inodu masters of tbe same order (M.V.O.). His Royal Highness the Duko of Cornwall and York has pre sented a momenta of tho tour to every officer and man on the Ophir, and has given inaddition special presents to tho officers and heads of departments of the vessel.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLICAN'S BOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

PUBLICAN'S BOOTH. Mr A. Llewellyn informs us that Mrs E. Hennessy of the Railway Re freshment Rooms, has purchased the right to the publican s booth at tbe Carnival on Monday next. If the hot weather continues there will be many thirsty, souls, and a little ice would make ' biz. ' bum.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALE OF STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

SALE OF STOCK. Mr T. A. Frearson reports having sold privivately since 1st September last 20 head of fat .'cattle, 23,895 sheep, and having trucked to Mel bourne market 5,116 fat sheep.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STATE AND EIGHT HOURS [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

THE STATE AND EIGHT HOURS In the Legislative Assembly in Sydney on Wednesday Mr M'Gowen asked the Colonial Treasurer whether tho Government had arrived at a deci cinn mi Hi rwnml to the resolution carried by tho House as to a limit of 48 houre a week for State employes. Mr Waddell replied that the.Governr ment had. arrived at a ideojrion.. The House hail 'affirmeil the substance of the question, and it remained for the Government to jjive effect to its wish. Ao a first instalment of the principle, provision would1 bo made in the next estimates of expenditure to allow the eight hours rulo to be applied to the running staffs of the railways and tramways from the beginning of the next financial year, namely, 1st. July. A Voice: Another victory for labor.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOCKING RAILWAY ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

SHOCKING RAILWAY ACCIDENT On the railway between Wait-a- while and Berrigan on Saturday a   man named Ronald M'Millan met with such serious injuries that he died shortly afterwards. With six other railway employees he was engaged conveying three tons of steel rails on a trolly from Berrigan. Four men were work- ing in front of the trolly, to which was attached a table-top trolly, on which M'Millan was seated. The front wheel left the rails, and M'Millan, in leaning forward to prevent any of the load falling over, overbalanced and fell on to the line. A number of the rails which had shifted fell on top of him, one falling on his leg, which was across the line, smashing the bone from the knee downwards into splinters and the flesh into pulp. Two steel rails fell on his chest, pinning his body to the ground, the end of one making a hole on the left side several inches deep, and it is believed, injuring the lungs. The unfortunate man was ex-   tricated and conv...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Letter from the Front. FROM A DENILIQUIN SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901

A.L,etterfrom the Front. FROM A DKN.1LIQUIN .SOLDIER. On Saturday last Mr A. T. Jones received the following letter from Charlie1 Lby. He and thruc other Daniliquin lads arc niembers of the G. Sijundron of Kennuglon's column, and although little ofascnsalional character is related, the letter is an interesting one, and will be read by their many friends in Doniliuuin : — Just a few lines to let you know bow myself, and, rest of Z-enijiquio boyshsvo *ceh -geUing^On. I wouliti have written sooner but hive been. kejitpoing so constant since we have been over here that we have had no time. We had good limes of it/ while we,».w,ere,iii_the Transvaal, but we weteioniytheie&boiil aimoath. and since we have been in the Free State I give you my word we have 'hail a very rough time. ?It'iB nearly all veldt country here and when it, bio W8 (which it in nearly always doing) it reminds one very Jnucliof the Riverina plains, only much colder. We have no tents in our column and are allowed...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tattersall's Consultations. NAMES OF THE PRIZE WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901

TattersaH'sConsulf1 tions. NAMES OF THE PRIZE W*f2M OnePouad Sweep 1p**™Z %* soribers) : 1st, MountLyell Btort ^M No 1 ordinary, lO0'000^, 6fl« Theatre Royal, Melbourne, ^'%M «a; a*, VS M ComineBoal Hotel, West M« » &m South Wates; £2,250; 3rd, 6Jj;| care Welch, Perrin and Co . , B»* ? 3. Laneetw-, Viaduct-buiWing, ^m street, Melbourne, «.' 5« ; tt t^M Richmond, Victoria, tU-3- M TliCBo amounts arc net. H

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