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RACES AT MOULAMEIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
RACES AT- MOULAMEIN. The Moulamein Amateur Turf Club advertise in this issue the programme of their first meeting which is to be held on, Boxing Day, December 26. Six events arc set down for decision, tha .principal race being tbe A. T. C. Handicap, of 10 sova. Tho races will be carried out under the .manage ment of a strong ' committee, and as there are some good sports at the head of affairs the meeting is sure to be successful. The Club 'has received registration from the Australian lockey.Club.
PUBLIC WATERING PLACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
PUBLIC WATERING PLACES. Tenders are invited in the Gazette for a term of three years from the 1st January nest, for the lease of the vyaoganella well on the Deniliquin to Ejjay.road. The area of tenant's lease is 6i0 acres, and tenders will be re ceived up to 2 p.m. of the 2nd Decem ber at the Department of Public Works, Sydney. '
The Rabbit Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
The Rabbit Bill. A large, meeting of farmers has been hold at Walla Walla, near Albury. Mr J.. Wenlio occupied 'the chair. The Rabbit Bill was disoussod. Mr B. Odewahn' moved : — ' That Ihis meeting of farmers of Walla Walla expresses its emphatic protest aaainst the Clauses in tbe proposed Rabbit Bill dealing with compulsory wire-netting j and .\lso in particular, the clause on the system 'proposed for cleotinfs rabbit boards, inasmuch as it would be unjust and unfair to a large number of farmers, who although, asked to pay their proportion for wirenett ing in some cases were disfranchised, and in others out-voted by the proposed unfair system of plural voting extended to all large landowners.' This was seconded by Mr J. S. Homan and carried, tlr A Paech moved, — ' That this meeting sends a letter con gratulating Mr Hall on his aotion in moving tbe adjournment of the House in regard to tbe Jentral Division leaseB, and genenally ? appreciates his remarks in the matter, and -wculd as...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Fat Siieri*. — Tho market was heavily pupnlied, 2H,S00 having hecu yarded. About 1:5,(100 came from Rivorina. Prinio wolhers, however, wore moilorHtcly represented, and for such prices were abunl'iaiintaincd, while for other descrip tions, consoling chiefly o£ second to use ful (Mialiry owes, the market was dull, and priceH decidely lower. Quotations : l'riuifc crossbred wethers, from 12s lo 13s Cd ; extra, do. do., from 14« to IBs ; good do. do., from 0s !H to 11b ; prime crossbred cues, from iOs to Jls ; extra do. do., from 12h to His (id ; good do. no., from 8h In \h ; necoild dn. do., from (is 3d id 7k CJ ; prime, merino wotharn, from 10s Gii to 12s ; good do. do., from fla Hd to 10s ; second and inferior, from 7s ; best merino ewes, from 7n to 8s Od ; wound, d)-. do., from &i to (ja (ii ; in fcrinr, from Sis tid. Fat IjAJins.— 17,000 penned. Best descriptions sold roadly at former quota tions, wliilo other Hurts mot a dragging sale, and, with assistan...
A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
A.N.A. On Monday evening next the usual fortnightly meeting of the local branch of the Australian Natives' Association, will be held in the Temperance. Hall. After formal business has been com pleted a debate ' Should Tattersall's sweeps be abolished ' will take place. Members are requested to attend, and the. Absq, ciatypn will also, be pleased to see a fair sprinkling of the public present.
INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. ENGLAND V. VICTORIA. ENGLAND VICTORIOUS BY 118 RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. ENGLAND V. VICTORIA. ENGLAND VICTORIOUS BY 118 RUNS. /' maun between MacUren's English Elitven and an eleven ot Victoria was com menced in Melbourne on Friday last and was concluded on Monda-, when the visitors won by 118 runs. The wicket was not a i;ood one, which accounts for the low scor ing. England in theirfirst innings made 166 runs aud 174 in Ihcir seuond, while Victoria were all dismissed for 133 and 89. The fallowing arc the scores: ENGLAND-First Innings. n. L. .lessop, c Fry, b Saunders ... 26 H. -}. Garnet, b M'Leod ? 17 J. T.Tyldesloy, cSaunders, b&I'Leod 10 T. Harvard, c Collins, b Saunders 12 W. G.'Quaife, not out ? 36 A. A. Lilley, b Saunders ? 8 A. O. Jones, c Stuckey, b M'Leod... 18 C. M'Oahuy, c M'Alister, b M'Leod 15 L. C. Braund, c M'Alister, b M'Leod 2 tj. Barnes, c Laver, b Armstrong ... 19 C. Blythe, st Fry, b Armstrong ... 1 Sundries ? 4 Total ? 166 Bowling. — M'Leod, five fnr75 ; Saunders, 3 for 61 ; Lavcr, 0 for 18 ; Armstrong...
ECHUCA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
ECHUCA MARKETS. There was an average yarding of cattle forward for tho sa'es at Kchuca on Satur day, including same nice fat bullocks nud heifers. The attendaucs of buyers was moderate, and prices, if anything, were slightly lower. Quotation :— Fat bullocks £C Is lo £7 15s; fat steers, £5 lSi ; fat cows, £0 Is ; fat heifers, £5 17s ; do., light, £4 4 1 to £4 IG3 ; storo steers, £3 2s Gd to £4 17? ; storo cows, £2 14s ; store tieifors, £2 84 ; cows and calves £5 2s Gd; yearlings, £1 15s Cd in £2 Is ; calves, £1 10s. Sheep.— Very few yarded. For fats bidding was active. Quotations :— Crossbred owes, 9s to 10s 61 ; merino owes, 7s lid ; futkmbs. prime 8s 9d lo 10s ; do., small, Gs 3d ; store lambs, Ds 2d. Pios. — A large number yarded, and for all lota bidding was brisk, prices being a shade in advance of Into rates. Quotations: — Baconers. 42a to 48s ; porkers, 31s Od to 37s Cd ; do., light. 25s to 28s ; stores, 14s to 18s ; slips, 13s ; suckers, 6s ; weanurs, 5s Cd. Horses. — A largr...
DROWNED IN THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
DROWNED IN THE MURRAY. On Wednesday ' afternoon a man named Philip Friday, aged 80, ffcll from Government snagging steamer Eraser into the Murray at Echuca, and was drowned. Friday was en caced paintinc the vessel when sud denly he fell, presumably in a fit, and striking his head against the snagging steamer Wardell, was precipitated into the rryec. After disappearing bo never came to the surface again. Tbe police, after, dragging for two houis, were successful,' Sergeant Gldnny landing the body from 30ft of water. As the river is very high and running strong, it was not expected that the body would be recovered so soon. Friday s relatives, reside in Melbourne.
Cricket Notes TRADES v. NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
Cricket Notes . ? « ? TRADES v. NATIVES. [Br Dock- Egg.] On Saturday afternoon last the second round of Iho competition for the locil prcmiorship, Mr Wiudeyer'e shield, and Mr \V. Loetham's trophy waB opened by the Trades and Natives. The afternoon waa nioc and coot, but the attendance was small. It seems a creat nitv that there is not more interest taken in local cricket by the towns people, as without thoir assistance it cannot thrive as it should do. The Trades w;re without Morris and Jewell, while the Natives were represented by their utual Btrength. \V. Burns captained the Natives and A. E. Perrin the Trades. The former on winning the toss eont the Trades iu to bat, and they were all disposed of for 61 runs. F. Lectham and J. Mudie were the only lialfimen to reach double figure?, scoring 17 and 12 respectively. The isativoa on going to tho wickets scored well, ranking 137 for the loss of six wicknU, and therefore won tho match by four wickets and 76 runs. Saturday's cricket, wi...
WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET. A -firm market was on Wednesday re ported for really nrimo and clean oats at 2s 3Jd. Feed was n shado weaker nt from 5s Id to 2s 3d, and inferior 2s. Wbe.it wius-cRMQrnnd quiet at 2s lOd. Mhizo was sick up to 2s 7d: Barley was steady. though liot much 'doing ; prime at from Ss Gd to ;Ss Od, and foed at from 2s 3d to 2a 4d. Peas were in good demand at 3s ftl. Bran fetohod Sid to 8d, and pnlUrd Qd to 9id. Potntoes.'now, wore, steady ;it £G per ton, and old slov of sale at lower prices, At from i'.'i to £5 per ton. Onions, new, were steady at ' X5 per ton. Chaff »lso steady at £4 6s. There was a fait demand for good new chaff. '*' ' '
FRIFNDLY SOCIETIES' REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
vnii'Kni.v fiorinTiiiS' UBPOiiT Mr CM»M'« »*f»rt on *lio WeiMly noletira iva? lai'i on llm mbln of Iho Aaninltl.v on Mmrfny ni;'hi. It fUiIm thai no society in i(» n« jili.vjuiely fcafo condition ; that is fo s;ty, with assets in cjccosa of its lialiililirs- 1' '»re(5 instances, bowuvar, Uie Irish .National Foresters, tlw 0ocljjJiito!!, nnd the National Indejxmdcut Urdur of Odd fhltows, the assets are wiihin from fi to 10 per cent, of the liabilities. Taking .the-THdErB as a wholo,-tbo pressnt value of the li.ibililios for tbe sick and funeral benefits amount to i'^,795,018. Against this there are assets equal -to £2,641,182, comprising cash in hand and property to thu amount Sof £587,710, and the present value .of future contributions of members !to the sick and funeral fund, amounting to £2,003,472. Tbe liabilities, there fore, exceed tho assets by £1,258,881.
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1901. Wenleyan. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
CHOltCn NOTICES. SUKDAV, KllVEMEKB 24, 1901. Wexleyati. Deniliquin, 11 a.m., nnd 7.30 p.tn. ; Homestead Selections ut 3 p.m., by the Rev. A. S. J. Harding. ' '' ' . Prcsiq/Urian. On Sunday next at Bloroco in tho morning, and Deniliquin, «voning, by the Itev. R Welsh. ?'-'????' ? Qhurch of JSiigland. Sunday before Ad yout :— Doniliquin, morning and evening. Subjects : — Morn- ing, 'The Awakening' ; .twening, 'God's StJemtrdE.' Preacher, 'Mr Ttttinry. 'jr'
DEN[?]IQUIN RESIDENTS ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
DENDIQUIN RESIDENTS1 : . ABROAD, A correspondent sends us particu lars of a Gretna Green race which was held at a imall town-ship in Victoria named Joel JobI, situated 14 miles from Arapt, and in closejrojvlmity to. the Hon., Win? M'Culloch's Wood lauds E(tate;: ' The : Oretna Green^ race was. foe trophies — a handsome gold braolat and pin— presented : by Miss K. M'Culloch and ;J£r,'; ,-Polin M'Cullocl of Warbreccan. The. race, which are all the rage in Victoria, is run agaipst time by a lady and goatlemai on different 'horses. 'The latter had to gallop a distance of about' 8Q0 yards- leading the lady's horse to where sht was standing, fift her into the saddli, when the pair galloped for another 800 yards, where they dis mounted, signed their names to a piece of piper and remounting made for the stu'ting point. The race was most intaesting, , no less than eight pairs coitpeting, and was won by Mr E. G. Sweet (of Warbreccan). and Miss Aindt. in lmin, 28secs., Mr, 'J.and Miss Smith be...
Country News Items. (FROM OUR EMMANGES.) FINLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
Country News Items. FiNLUV. llitouly afe«rweek«ago«iuBs a public reoeuUouu'MaccjreJTroui^rlkrt Twdalt and hiB oomrados ou Ui«ir ntura from SouU. Afriot, and now we learo Mat auoraer local represanuiive, in the ftcaou «f Mr K. Tin dale, has goue to the front as a trooier iu the Iinnarul Lishl Home, ao lh»l l''ialo- bu sUusometiuug towavch the war wilt, closer interest for, and trs are conGdeut that the late.i addiliou to the ranks will worthily uphold Uie credit of tlie town, and everyone will joiu in ihe hope lb»t lie will return at the uuDclueion ot the struggle, sound in wind and limb. A few weeks agoanumberofsheeplravel ling in charge of a drover named iiolloaru, crossed over tbe Finley oommon without tht neoesHary notice beiug givaa to the trustees, and to enow that aupb aota oould not be oarrled out with impunity, the trustees issued a summons againBt the trespasser. As it would have beon must inoonvennmt for the man to come baok to Vinley to answer the charge, he bas forwarded...
THE STORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
THE.SXORM. -\ ?/? Wo were unaware when we'TreniNtp press on Thursday night that tho heavy - storm in the' afternoon ,4 ad left. ^be- hind its mark of destruction. Our readers have ho doubt read '(be co'ii slclerable damaae the storm : did in nj'opj parts of Victoria and this state. . Our own town escaped any serious damage, but we have' been informed that 50 acres of wheat crop on Cooinda ' Farni ' was completely destroyed, which tnoaus a loss to the owner of fully jE-100.
THE POLL TAX CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
.TBE POIIj TAX CASE. When the naues of the eight China men were calledat the police court to answer the charge of evading the pojl tax, seven of tbim put in an appear ance, but Sergant Norris intimated to the- Bench 'tint one of the accused, named Ah Pine, had sought fresh fields and' pastures new, and asked that his bail bees treated. Tbe Bench, consisting of Kessrs Christian Walker and.W. J. Matin, J's.P., found them selves in an awkward predicament. When the accused were before the Court a ' for/night ago ? the Police Magistrate postponed his decision in the caso unti the Full Court had decided the pint as to whether the Court had piwer to deal with cases where the Departments in question had been transferred to the Common wealth. TheFull Court have not yet given their ieoision, and there was nothing else ban the Chinese should be again rouanded. .But, as. said, tbe question n the estreatment of bail was a knotty point. It appears that four Chinauun enterefl into a joint and seve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
STATUTORY DECLARATION. I Waiter Ha*t, of ISO Roden.atreet, West Melbm.r,i™talEicolony ytWrla. do solemnljr and si ??erely declare lh,t I have carefully read the aunox d document, condsilne of jour (olios »ni :oi)M;cutivi!ly numbered tram . one to four, mud ihai u contain* and is a true »n.( faUhful account ot my iiluntand cuic br Clements Tunic, and also cout-aus my full permission to publish In any uiiii'itr my siaiemeiiis— wuich I glva -voluntarily, on.! iuilioutrMelvlugnnyiiayhKintjandl make this (DliMin .Inclnraiion conscieullously believing the t.ma lo ho inm, anil by virtue oltbn provisions ofan Act ' r llie I'arliauient of Viclorli rendering perEons i') in,: a l;*l't DeclaratiuD punlsuable foe wilful aud cuir.ipi*i*rjury DecUred at Melbourna.in the Colony of Victoria, this 6tU day of January, one tboustnd nlae buniiicd bufurfl tne, 1 CHARLES E. HIRST, J.P. K )usi,ce of lhoP--»rnlniiMdlorlheCeDtr»lBam. Witt, o. ihe Colouy u| Victarlt. ? ; ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
Melbourne Facts FOR Melbourne Folks. The Case of Mr. WALTER HART. (By our own Reporter.) A pitcher going often to tbe well is broken at last. A man careless of his health, in. different to the common dictates of prudence, and, sooner i-r later, disease will pull him down. Thea, when stretched helpless on a bed of sioknau, he has full time to consider what a first-doss Angora he has been ; but if lie is lucky, aud wise in time, he will find even then a remedy for his trouble, as is well illustrated Inthe caBe of Mr. Walter Hart, of 139 Eoden-ltreet, West Melbourne, who told-our reporter some convincing facts. Mr. Hart said /— ' I am n native of Olsborne, end it was thire my mi fortunes and Buffer-, ing con ,meno«l. I used to be out working in tbe wet an! cold, and took no thought to change and kiep myself dry. There is no doubt I got a diiU that settled on my system, and nearly at possible settled roe. I got frightful paiM in the head aud at the top of tho spine. There were cramping ...
Supreme Court-In Banco (Before Mr Justice Owen, Mr Justice Cohen, and Mr Justice A. H. Simpson.) O'KEETT v. MALONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
Supreme Court— In Banco - — ?♦ ? (Bufore Mr .luMioo Owen, Mr Justice Cohen, Mtf Jiir .lu«tke A- It. tjimpwn.) -)'Kr.i:n v. Mamne. Mr Gsntwiy, inalrualed by Meatr* Villenaave-SmiU- and Datre* (agent* for Mr B. i. Iftinau, of Denlliqnin), appeared for tbe plaintiff, and moved for a rule nisi for a new trial. The cute, whloli was tried before Mr Justice Simpson and a jury of four at the last Dwiiliquin Circuit Uonrt «m brought by the plaintiff, Andrew 0'K.eefe, against the defendant, Jatneii Malone, to recover compensation for alleged trespass to land on Barhniu pastoral holding in returned ana ttnier promise of occupation license for the year )D0O ; also trespass on loaiehnU area held by plaintiff under promise of a preferential occupation license for the year L900 ; trespass to land in resumed area under promise of an occupation license for 1001, and trcapass upon land under promise of a preferential occupation license for 1901. Tbe defendant's pleas were that the land was not the pl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
HoteB Tattersall's, DenSliquSn. A. lTiE V Y (late of Melbourne). BEGS' to announce that lie lias taken the above well-known Hotel, which is now replete in every comfort and convenience. Ths rooms are large, well ventilated, and the Accommodation first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining Rooms. GOOD BATH ROOMS (Ladies1 and Gen tinmen's). HOT & COLD ? ??'?'? ?'-''. -,: '. ... ,,_ WATER. v^-tV^' ??;. ,- The Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first -class Groom cortstantly kept in attendance. GOOI- GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND YARDS. Special attention given to Livery, Bait and Letting. Mail Coaches for Hay, finley, Berrigan, Cobran and *ioorong start from Tattersairs. A.L. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. A. LEVY, Proprietor. jt You need not send to Town 4^** it, c™ 5addlery. EVERYTHNG YOU REQIUIRE FROM A BUCKLE TO A ? COMPLETE SET OF HARNESS AT HI l^^kBVB B™^?0 Riverina S...