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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
ft-. ., m CAN PURCHASE AT 4 TILING'S y I' Evtry known J\ » ; ? / MUSICAL IHSTRIJMEKT. tf W The very l-est . & V;FI7INOS and V f ORGANS k ^J at the Vcrj' I-otcsi Priros, »tj M) w.,, aad tm Easy Tomu.. — . ? 1 J? t^LEASK . . J }l i. . ..' I lOalt and inspect our Slock i t EYERYBODV J a . is Jreleoine. Civility and An ; . ?.. Courtesy are cxicndcd to ^ \[ all. Catalogues Tree. y f W.H. PAUHfi &CX, LT3., )v U ?.:?.Mi*tOiJCE ST., STDJiEV. ^
Ineffective Municipal By-Laws. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
Ineffective Municipal By -Laws. i, ? .11 nii'ili''n !»? I it-ii tfceivetl from t|ir. Auun.'\v'Joiiiirsl'« IJeparunent by thy Allury Uniiwiish Opunoil which hm caused „,„, i, jifritirbmion. Aocording to Mr Wise, ,,,,,r;v hnlflhe uv-Uwaot Uic council »re -? ulna virM,' and must be ruled out. Most,1 ,,f !-,(. hyUwi i-- -iU8niion bnvu been duly ? ..'-.I In- furmor nccuiMiita of Mr \\,;\- 'Hi'', nnd have been in force for ,,,,„ r.ia nf atycurfi. Tho«e liy-lawp, whic'i \1, Vi'i-' snys ' inuit not lie confirincii,' w.,,. ,,,,,11-iindur the Ant of 1S07. Thfey |i;,i,- li.i'ii in onuralion hi ncc lha-. lime, and , I,,,; uiih tlieFauclion and confirmation of i In- A'l'iriH'.v-Goiicral in Ihe Gnvcriitncnt of thi' imy. '» '''' prnsent iusiauco ibe .\|liury'O)i:rir.;! hail made a number of new i, ,;,,..'.. miH thoro were incor|K-rol«d with ih' (??,;,! inu by laws, anil Ibo whole re ,nii- ,1 hi the doparl.ment of the Chief SiMM.'Uiry for (lie usual formal confirmation. Sn:ni: I'flh' by-laws ruled ...
Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
nunicipal Election. Tho offlaU nomination fur tbe election of *n nMumiKi) for this u-st K-*id eiidud Hoiueolikl nliruptly on Tuusdny iiioruinir. Thoro ib no Minn i-m f»ct ll'M Urn Municipal Council in compound of two pintles. It »lw»ys Ims Imikii itud always will bu. if iirccnt i.,diBti»n« nre any criterion. As noon us Mr J. C Evans' wjal had been Jcclitreil vacant ib was (jiven out thBt tlierc w.mld be n cuut«sr, biiJ Al lurmiMi T.11 l»r, « ho.nccupie* h sea on the Opposition liuue'ms, at oncu sot Ui work «eekinij for n -«ndid»»e, *n.l tin-illy persuud«il Mr J. St. L. Kynaston to allow him«elf to bu nominate I. A nomi nation paper «»s procured, and thronfih the untiring energy of Aldurmnu Taylor, the names of 22 nrcp -vers adorned the piper bef .re the day for nominating ex pired. Alderomn Taylor is looked upon by tbe older residents of the town »b lie ing ou a par with the I'ligadetp&rin genius, and Jtis advice is looked for and (riven free, gratis and for nothing. He was ...
Cricket Notes. TRADES v. DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
Cricket Notes. TllAltl- v. I'KMUyl'IN-. iin Saiuiilty !»?' Idu »l- 'vc K-Hina mil iii Hip li.ml nuu'ii ol il,r liri-i ruii-»Hnr «!,?? i Jin.nnri^li.i) mnl Mr A. II. W,i,dc-vr'fe ohit-l't mid «1k- Mr VV. Ijtwiliani'ii Uophy. ; 1'hn liny wan hoi anil HlHiy, Anil the ''. t*nH«noii modern! «. Mos»n- Windcyrr anl | I'irrili capUini'd l-uiiilii|iiin mid Trmk's j Wpppclnely. Th«!Tir.d-» wire (innto go U- i I In- wii:!ti?i.. l.iil. ut.r.- nil .linm.f-.l of f.ir the : ililhtHJilili- tulal of If) run-, owing In tin- j line tinnlinj^ nf llyn-'n nml l^ccUinm, w-n . wcured liv.- wiokeir lor l.r- rima in-l four fm I I) r--b|-i-i..t,ivoly. ()?? 1 -uiiili-|uin going in ' the wicketn (liny euueceded i'j pulling to i Rclhcr 131 runsbefure the lust wicket full, I thuH »-xirin(.'« nay easyvicturv uv 101 run-. I Windoycr M'nn in fine form will) llic b;i(, j [?coring 51 in Ilia uuunl good style, svhilc tin' I other batmncn in (lie l)enilii|nin team ti- j reach double figures norc tStewnrl IS, Uym» 12 (ou...
Items of News. ALLEGED STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
Items of News. ALLEGED STEALING. On TuesJay last at the Police Court a man named Patrick Barnes was charged with stealing wearing apparel of the value of 10s the property of John Mackie. It was elicited in evidence that Mackie purchased a parcel of goods at a local store on Saturday, and after he and Barnes had imbibed as much liquor «s they . could carry, both men went over the river and had a camp. Mackie said ho then went to sleep, and on waking * up found that Barnes and the pared had disappeared. The hitter was sfterwtiia's tohnd by : the policf ,a.vt&. »-Bs. ^NewtoVs eliop in Cressy-street; - When asfced by Mackie what he did with the parcal, Birnes said Mackie had given it to him to sell and they afterwards drank the money. In answer to the accused, Mackie said he did not know if Barnes gave him any 01 xne money ; ne rememoereu telling the constable not to arrest Barnes. The evidence of Mackie, G. B. Newton, and Constable Grieve having been taken the Bench, consist in...
INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. ENGLISH ELEVEN v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SOUTH AUSTRALIA WINS BY 233 RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. ENGLISH -ELKVEN v. SOUTU AUS TRALIA. SOUTH AUSTRALIA WINS BY 233 RUNS. On Saturday last Maclaren's Knglisli Eleven, uow viniting Australia, commcnceii the first match of the tour at Adelaide against South Australia. The matcli wai Oonoluded on Tuesday and resulted in an eisy win for South Australia by 233 runs. South Australia in their fir«l innings inurii' 224, of which 01cm Uill made 107 ; ami in their second 207, Hill again playing a v ilu ablo inning!) for SO. Kngland at their lirsi attempt only scored 118, und at tlienjaecnid fared still worse only totalling 8U. Tim Englishmen's small scores are mainly due to the fine bowling of Gco. Gifien, who got seven wickets for 4ti runs in the first innings and six for 47 iu the second. The following are the scores : — SOUTH AUSTRALIA-Krat Innings. Jarvis, c Lilley, b Gunn ... 0 Hack, h liraund ? 2 Hill, b Barnen ? 107 GiHen, bGunu ... ... ... 7 Keedman, c Quaifc, b Uraund ... 4 Leak, stp Lilley, h Blytlie ... 3'J B...
RIVER LEVELS EDWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
RIVER LEVELS KDWABn. Deniliquin, 9ft.. Gin. Moulaniein, 4ft. Oin. iiimiav. Albury, Sft. 'in. Eusion, 20ft. 2in. Kchuca, 19ft. lOin. Waliguoynli. 9ft. 9iu Svau Hill, lift. Sin. UCBRUUBIUUGE. Gundagai, 6ft. Balranald, lift. lOin. Hay, 12ft lOin. Wogga, 7ft. Sin. DAKL1KG. Wentworth, 13ft. Tin. I'ooncarie, 6fu Meuindie, .1ft. Oin. Wilcauuia Sft. (iu. (The ifnbcpcnfecnt ].| \ ? ;.'? ^' I'l'lllAV. SilVUMIIt.lt 1,', ICitO
The Anonymity of the Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
The Anonymity of the Press. ?? Wiiu's this word Anonymity ? ' sail Mr Jensi-p, the luemburfor Wavor |t.v, iiiir::iK i')u debate on Sir Qu inn's .N,wt|itp^ Articles Bill. Wbat's this UvW worJ aiionyiiiity ? Mr Jossop's kin''' 'o1- oi lllu st;'uuccs ot philology ???.,1 of tliii art of journalism is evi dc-ntly mueli less proaouueed than bis dusjui f.ir oratorical display or he would know that, whatever meaning niuv liu assigned to tho expression in the' dictionary, tho impersonality of the press must bo unquestioned and its anonymity respected if its purity and its powers for good are to be properly sal^uarded. MrQuinu has brought forward a bill to compel all newspapers to print at the foot of their contributions the names of the writers of all tho articles applying ou their sheets, with tho idea, apparently 1 of lessening the power of thu press and of replacing the abstract authoritative ' we ' — that pronoun confined alone to editors and Sovereigns— with theconcreto and less autocra...
GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
GUN CLUB. The Committee of the Gun dub Held a meeting at Tattereall's Hotel last evening: Mr W. R. Clarke (President) occupied the chair, and Mr H. Lloyd, T. A. Frearson. E. B. Cotton, C. Middlemiss, A. T. Jones, and R. H. Turnbull were also present. The minutes of the last meeting and confirmed, ane accounts amounting to £102 9s lOd were passed for payment. The Treasurer (Mr Cotton) reported that after paying all accounts the club had .a credit balance oi over £60. Messrs C. Maver, D. Joss, C. Joss, W. Joss, and D. M'Laren (Moama) were proposed and accepted as mem-. bers of the. club. A conversational discussion ensued as to the date of the nest Ehoot, and it was decided on tbe proposition of Mr Clarke that Mr G. Feetham's Trophy and sweepstakes be shot for either on 80th instani or 7th December, the date to fall in with the visit of the local cricketers to Bendigo, the shooting for the Trophy to be the best of five birds, and that 2s 6d be charged for entrance to go. to the club. ...
THE REV. FATHER TREACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
THE REV. FATHER TEE AOY. We clip tbe following from the ' Freeman's Journal '-^' Ou the re presentationcftheBishopof Wilcannia, His Holiness the Pope has been plt-asi'd to appoint the .Very . Rev. M. J. Treacy, V.G., Deniliquin, a Domestic Prelate, who thua enters tbe ranks of the higher clergy that don the pttrpln and are styled Right Rev. All, who rejoice in the friendship of Monsismir Treacy will' heartily oopgratulate him on this well deserved distinction and wish him many happy years. '
ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
ACCIDENT. A serious accident befel the second son of Mr J. Kynaston on Monday afternoon last. It appears th.e little fellow was climbing a tree in front of his father's residence in- End-street, when his foot slipped 'and he was pre cipitated beayuy to the; ground, a dis tance of some feet. Dr Hosking was Bent jor and,found the' little eufferer had 'sustained a fracture of the collar- . bone, and- slight concosion of the brain.-. HeSs now progressing favor ably. -- J ??- '
Within the Federal Territory. CAN OFFENDERS BE DEALT WITH. POWER OF STATE COURTS CHALLENGED. IMPORTANT CONSTITUTIONAL POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
Within the Federal Territory. cak owi:Nin;Ks M' ui:m/c with. rOWKR OK .STATIC COURTS CIUIXEKUKD. iMi'ORTANf co.vsiiruna.VAL POIKT. Argumfinc w»« con'inued before Iho Pall Court in ii in-'t^r which involved Uie oonslilulions! qttc-'ion « hetlier poBt -offioes, Imving been ('BtihfL-rii'd to th'' jurisdiction of the Fadi-nil I'.irliainent. od-nws com tuitled in thtmcouiil be tlealt with by the Stile laws. The point cropped up in a criminal ence at the^ Armidalu (Jireuii Court, and Mr Justice Cohen refurn-J it lo their Hcnori. A young man namud Arthur Harald Bam ford wan nhargral with stealing n letter con taining £4. At the I rial Mr Pollock (the Solicitor-General) nppi.-areil for the proseou lioi, the accuRcil hcin^ undefended. The indictment wix laid under the New South Wales Postal Act. , It, was admitted by Uie Solicitor Gonerol that on March 1 last a proclamation under the Commonwealth of Anstralift.UJobstitu lion Act trannfcrceU ihe Postal 'and Telo graphia Depart men't tn the 'C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
A Nerwu.3 Shock. . riw^rclfja and tj-jspc^z's CUBED. The OnsooF tr.rs. M OALLAHAa. (uv or;: omn i.ki'dtiti:h , 'I was uiiurly pi'OsiKitud w''i : --r- ;«i..'..,'i.' (.\i;,.iii;in1 * oi \«i. '? ' '. ,. '? -Hun ,Vuo:i.''iiuiol'io, to a nn'KiVr -.t . liv! si if!1. '.Vy ilhifsa «»s I.ivh-;!ii on' t1 nni^'!i rvceivini,- nows of (lie Rin.i en i'.e:ii h e-f « fi-iinil, wbiub i:|ioei mu cmisii.uia..-, aiiil Iwime my m~U.mii hii'l nrovcrwl fioia llie iiifil shujk, 1 yr.s Inou^ht face to lace with i i-B'. ii ii^iiiu. T was ]i:iy:nV a visit io h fiii'ii.i ulioni I hud rcc n ly Ititt in the iimi of licultli, untl on univiii-iit tin; li'iiaa-. 1 wa- i:,; inicii ih.it \\r iiu.il -l»:il that day. On Liiicring il:« ho.:tu 1 iiiiiui'-!uiU-iy f.iiin 'i, and fill from the chair. It was iii.my u 1 ..i,; il.'y huf'iiu 1 uven partiul y re MiU'tvii jVihu Uio evil uli'u 13 wliich vinana- 1- tcil from unexpectedly Wrning of this cvib.nuiv, tint tbt! Eiibsn|ucut ailiiieutB vii.'li ll'.i' kIm-vIch viwtured cau...
SCHOOL OF ARTS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 November 1901
SCHOOL OF AUTS COMMITTEE. The ordinary monthly meeting ot the above Committee was held last evening. Tho President fMr A. Fordham) occupied thu chair, and Messrs G. Earngey, U. F. do Nully, A. U. Jefferson, H. L. Langloy, J. A. Sale, W. F. Swynuy, M. Wyse, W. H. Alknson, T. A. Froarson, J. Farquhar, A. T. Jouos, and W. H. Snndarland were also present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The correspon dence included a letter from Mr R. R. Mann saying with the Committee's permission he would present three volumes of Cassell's Illustrated Shake speare. It was decided tbat the offer be accepted, and tbe Secretary was instructed to write and thank Mr Mann for his gift. Accounts amount-, ing to £8& 9s 6d were passed for pay ment. The Treasurer reported that the receipts for the month amounted to £11 10s, and that after paying the accounts, passed that evening, the overdraft at the Bank would amount to £39, 6s Gd, but stated that £75 was due as subsidy from...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
'THE W8AI SPOT.1' If y«o ar» tilting m a ratuurant or in «^rfi* ? a shop vrher* wait- MWA. rastts cr lady clerks fM^B sre U tttenoMK, tomW jon will not*, now \ ^W ud agata, aose Sf.& ' loans woman «nu fl^^. not her band to bet ^^^^B Lwk aaiatrat-bteu mj^mB^^ hemlf up, while her fflBPrHHra lips are tightened as \HBra llbypaia IC.Uck WlKff aehi; yet all day VfisT^ long sbs must be on ^VU Her feet, lifting oar- / ift^HA ymg, hnrryirg. I II HM i hat weak spot, the I .» \^Hk , »»ck, o»n be made I ^HB rtrong by the use of I St «Hk Or. Mori.'. Indian I Mi Wtk RootPilU. Theycure I HIA. MH the disMses which I , W^ ^KM oau«eheadaohe,back- / ? B _^BB lohe, nervoBsnus, CSfeiyWWBWB iod sleeplesnets. ?HMHH^ ' For over a ytu I|^|^bH^H^ have suffered 'ramflHHHJHHi indigestion anS Ud- iWWl ney complaint ; the . latter uitd to affect me aerou the tmau of the back, causing me great pain and inoon renience. Seeing Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Pill« advertised, I deoided to give them a vial, and the ...
Finley Police Court. MASTERS' AND SERVANTS' ACT. INTERESTING CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
Finiey Police Court. MASTERS' AND SERVANTS' ACT. INTERESHNU CASKS. Considerably more than ordinary interest attaches to cases heard at the Finley police court on the 14th instant, when proceedings were taken under the Musters' and Servants' Act, by Mr L. Gedye, the proprietor of the Tei minus Hotel. The Bench was occusied bv Messrs F. W. Garstang.P.il., aDd W. Kirklan.i, J.F. Iu the first case, complainant proceeded against Allies MuKldruwr. . for .leaving his nervjee without lawful excuse, ' before the expiry of the term of the agreement, aud the evidence on both sides went to show that defendant entered the service of com plainant at a weekly wage of £1, tbe former averring that she was only to. recognise Mrs Gedye as having authority over her. On 11th. jnst., during Mrs Gedye'a absence, some trouble between the.' servants and a sister-in-law of the complainant resulted in the defendant refusingtocook tea, although she admitted that personally : there had been . no interference wi...
A CONUNDRUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
A COXUXDIU.'M. A carwspoudonl sends us the follow ing : ? « If it takes more tliivii out swallow lo malic « summer, and only one tij-tr to make a spriup. how many J's.P. will il Ulio to wukn a bush lawvw?' II is not our intention 10 try and solve the conundrum, but Wu do know tbat il would take many men of tho Ciilibrc of our corrcsponduul to malic one J.I'.
THROWING OPEN CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
THROWING OPEN CROWN LANDS. The public meeting held here a few weeks back in which a resolution was carried to petition the Minister for Lands to throw open all available Crown binds in this district at . the earliest , opportunity, has ' evidently reached the ears of, members of Parliament in the city ot &yaney. During a debate on the Supply Bill in bur State : Parliament ?' last; . week ? Mr Gormly, member., ior Wagga, com plained of the, delay; which had -taken place in throwing open: the lands in the Central Division, and trusted tbe Minister,; would make those lands avail able as soon as possible.' TIib member for, Hillsjion (Mr. Carroll) was- very warm on the same subject.' He said tha£ lands in the Central Division had been faUing. in for ..the last three or four years. Each' Government fsaid MtiCattpll) had promised to settle them, but as a matter of fact these lands were as far off as ever being thrown open for settlement. He ob jected to land being locked up by it j...
SALE OF STATION PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
SALE OF STATION PROPERTY. Powers, Rutherford, and Co. (in conjunction with Australian Mortgage, Land, and Finance Co. Ltd.), offered for sale by public auction, at Scott's Hotel, on Friday last, the Cocketge dong Station, situated near Jerilderie, New South Wales, by order of the owners, the executors in the estate of the late George Watt, and the exors. of the late Hugh Montgomery Thom son. The property consists of 44,592 acres of freehold, together with the Cocketgedong Pastoral Holding, situa ted in the central division of New South .Wales, containing a total area of 17,717 acres ; the stock comprises 26,724 sheep, 144 cattle, 32 horses. The station was ' not sold ~ at auction and is now for private sale.'. '