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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
LOOK OUT ! LOOK OUT ! 'WHAT FOR ? . .... . Xiia,. - _ »?- ? ????? . ,'. .-?!?? SALE HOI SALE TiO! SALE HOI SALE HO! SALE HO! SALE HO! Harry Davey, Bed House, Lyceum Stores, Third Block, Pall Mall, Bendigo, Is Holding one of th» Largest Sales evei* held in BENblOO. THE GOODS MUST GO AT ANY PRICE. EVERYTHING In Our Warehouse Marked to COST PRICE. g. FEW OF OUR PRICES. SHOW YOU WHAT WE INTEND TO DO. THE SALE IS NO SHAM. I Old Price... . Sale Prieea. f £ s d s d I 1 0 White Double .Sheeting for 5J ; I 0 White Colonial Flannel for 6f 15 0 Colonial White Blankets i (double bed) for ? 12 6 : _. . _ __ . 10 0 English Whitney Blankets SA_TjH» ' (double bed) for ? 10 6 ; »-»**i*j*j . 4 Strippeij Flannelette for dozen ? 1 11 2 3.2-yde wide Floorcloth for 1 6 1 5 0 Ladies' Mackintoses for ... 12 0 8 C Ladies' Fawn and Brown : . Capes for ? i 11 .10 0 Ladies' Fawn Jackets for 12 6 S C LadieB' Figured Black Dress Skirtsfcr ? 4 11 1 ' 6 fi Ladies' Metallic Under i Bkirtsfor ? 3 11 ? Q IT fn i 10 A...
Stock Report. STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
Slock RcpoVt. I KTot'K MdVtiMi M'S. TliPf-illuniiiK«n-l1ii- -' 'i I '???.! ?m-if'. t.ir ill' «'«-k ?????VI v'-ii '-' ? '' ? lUmokc I' I). I'y. Soi.in-.1.:.. 'i.-iiiis . f.iKWl iT.iw.iir.i! f«-r« ??!... wiivn. 1i-'« \biiI... Uminn «.-.!.. .?;!, I'.-ll. T.im.M-i-*l' i -\ tc); 4- Imf-i* fwm !-? ..iiimm--ii.i.iiii l- i Nnraililrtn , 1 »Klll».tl,. i* n-iii «'iBiwl«.. Pi aw .« miJ I«'W. M ii ? u»' ? ''' cnw.ltt-.fi (UTS fiii.l «,.il;.-i- MVl.Twin iiii.l Suiicimd'tt). fiimi Wmii.NiiHinii i' 'vl In.uniD : JHHfl iivts fp.iii Y.innni ??? Ihitwni ; 1Wf- IK'lln-T. fr..ui Wavli.t-OM to Mcllviumo ; .'iO rums fr'»i MiiIwiim tn I'irellft m»li..i-, li'urkr. J'» i»ni» from WMli«|il-C'- lo It run!'']' stnti.m, Whjkb ; K4 miiik fiimi si''' I'll'1'1 ln ?'? 1). Doyle, Mrn-uL ml ion, rail from .lorildoric; ?:-0o««'N hiiJ wfil.c™ iniui Oopwcll to Fivczini! WntkB ; :!:«! ol»M'l- and llt'owi'H from Mnmi' plwvlo Li'Iiiim ; 2,700 ones from MunnuihuhM Ju-irct I)}- ro«l to Kchucii ; L1W hi'-'1!' C1'' 1'lain), 22...
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
Sporting Mems. The altcntion of horscowners in this district is drawn to ihe .pro gramme of the Moulamcin Amateur Turf Club, whicli appears in another portion ol this issue. Nominations for tile principal races must be in the hands of the Secretary not latfer than 7th December. The enterprise of the Williattis town Racing Club in giving £^°P, in stakes for the two days, of tjieir Spring meeting has met with reMgdi as a profit oi ^rpoo.svas.JfH^e.: This was the profit-^iifijje ???lagt-yiat when, however, the siaVes jytetd £100 less. 0 Messrs Yuille and Co. rfeport having sold privately the. hurdle racer President to Mr W; Kirk.ahd the flat racer, Paradox, to Mr W. Glasscock. It is intended to try, Paradox over hurdles. Wakeful, who has been spelling since her last race at Flemington, is understood to be suffering only from cracked heels, so that 'she should soon be all right again; Clarence M'lvor, whp ^as well known in racing circles, died sud denly last week. He will be re membered...
A PECULIAR CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
A PEOULIAR CASE. A somewhit peculiar case was heard' at the Small Debts Court on Wednes day, William James McKees, a resi dent of Cottargo, summoned John McMillan foi £5 8s, for rent of a house which plaintiff swore was his. property. Defendant did not dispute the debt, and was. quite willing to pay, buthefaandod a letter to, the Bench which he had received, from Mr Christian Walker warning him not to, pay any monies for rent to. plaintiff, as tbe bouse he . resided!, in was his (Mr Wallior'8- property. From the re ceipts hapded to the Bench for their inspection Here is no doubt that both Mr McKees md Mr Walker purchased certain, allotments of land, at Conargo, and they both claim having, purchased the' portion vhich the house is erected on, althougl the, receipts shown are not conflicting as; regards . the number of tbe allotments. One thing is cer tain, and thit is Mr McKees, or Mr Walkoc, is. making a grievous, error, as both sw»re that when they pur chased, the.alotment of land ...
Perricoota Homestead Selections. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
?Perrkoota Homestead B Selections. H^- Wednesday morning last Messrs D. R ?L™? °\ B: °Pitz. J'sK.T '-em- ?ff ^1 L»nd Board, ^aiaiat the ?f House ??- order to confirm'the land Wt?We? ^°,,had bee' euccesaful in ?In; the ballot. We again publish B1!^ etCi- i thB 18 'PP1^'^, and ^B by the conBrmation of the land to Bpoasne^edto8t.°-A^. ? County Cadell, ParUh Thyra. ^fc-^Oadell, Parish Tamar.- i ^^ftintis in i, w« ? .'.-?;?; f-h 5.. : Ker- M»rtn an^ba^( Vfr^CW ^B;tion8l« 36 1 11 Pr* -*'fto- i i Br Ho, ffiJS' ar«.W3Jadre8 ^V; wea 73L1 lS7' WS. 106. 107, ?-^AtT-aron- ?S^^hTh^ :? ? 6- »CColi 56n;-area. ^5J acres ^BiDn 14, ™a^o., agents.
THE MAYOR OF JERILDERIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
TflE MAYOR OF JERILDKRIE. There was another angry meeting ot the Joi'iidorie Council on Monday night. During the proceedings tbe Mayor left the chamber, and %he, Council appointed Alderman Smith to, preside, and proceeded with the busi ness. Alderman Smith moved that legal proceedings be taken against Alderman, Cut-tin (tbe Mayor), to com pol him to sign cheques for accounts passed for. payment by the finauce committee. A. further resolution was carried that Alderman Stcele be ap pointed under the seal of the Council to. prosecute, and that Mr. Meillion solicitor, be engaged to conduct tbe case on behalf of tha Council against^ the Mayor. . VI .
Deniliquin Municipal Council. MONDAY, NOVEMBER [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
Deniiiquin Municipal Council. - - ? Monday. Xnvriwii 1' Trm Ufiwl lortnislillv inwiinit 'I ''? ?l«v' «??. lield «t iJw -',,u-.nl --»m'*n.on Moil day evmifng. AMrnn*' V. .1»nf (M»vnr| occupied theohdir. unrt Hi-' «w pwnl Aldermen .lonn, IVrrin. Sj.irio*. livwiB, Tavlor, Kelly, »?.() UlcMwH. tho rninuU* nl (hr |ircvioui mwtiDg w«re ratJ Mid confirniad. CoBWStnjMir.N--K. l*Lirr» were r.«-l : To W. (Jreemrell, ?RVintt lh»t he muni *o arrango Iim |iun.p(Og hour* tlmt the wiik flmll not run anything Dear »o low m mentioned in hm last report; to Municipal Auromtmn, inking for s copy of ihe model set of Nuiwince PrevenUoo BvLnws j to J. 0. Kv«n«. M.I'., forwarding oo'ple» of repliei received from vnnoim councils in regard to llie orcinion from the ?qusttcni1 Ichgb of the vnriniiintflok iwot ; ?ud »l«o a ronolutinri cariied at a public meeting re the throwing op«n for ?etllnment of all Crown lands in llii» district, and ark ins him to present »nmo to tho Minister for From J. M. Chanlcr. M.H....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
THURSDAY NEXT. At 2 o'Clock. Sharp. At tlio Uailway lloiol. M-ACKKNZU: JMOTMEns l,ar.. re JJJL «eim-tl itiMi-uoiitins from l\n \\\-h to Bell by Public Auction, at above, a valu able lot of— HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND EFPEGT6. Oomprising— lteJroom Suite. Mirrors. Wash. Stnmls. t-inj?le ani) ''lioulilc Ilert6te:i-ls and Bcilcliui;. Tallies, Chnits. &-;., tea. PI6E0N SHODTillS, Deniliquin Gun Club. AT HUE CEICKJ5T GROUND, — i ON — Saturday, -jth December. QHOOTJ|T(t will ?commence at 2 o'cllock (p- 'BhBJfiwith ji Sweepslakes ; on comple tion of which Mr G. Ueetham's bandsome TfophjrwiJl be iboMor, bpento Membere only/ 'i'heTrophy will be'uestoul of five birds, and tlife' entrance fee of -2s §d will' be reqeiyed-on theGround. ' '? ''';— - Admission— One Shilling. — ?: -,;. ,A. i1. JONES,. j Hon- Secs: In the Supreme Court 1 of New South Wales- \ Probate Jurisdiction .) ? ' IN THE ESTATE of MARf MAYNARD late of Moira in the State of New South Wales fliarried woman deceased intestat...
Items of News. PROMOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
Items of News, .PROMOTION. JJc 'William Ross, who sorvad his apprenticeship to the taigineer'ing pro fession at tjbie D. and M. Eailwaj workshops, has received : a pertnancnt appointment. und.er tho ..Victorian Government. Mr Ross left Deniliquin oh Tuesday last, and . was to have commenced hi3 duties in the Benalla workshops on Wednesday mbrning. W« '''wish him every success in his new tome.
The Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
Tiie A-unicipal Election. 'IV. M iyMV '* :ir')''ii ''''I' week in ruling -jjr .4. Kynasfon's nomination paper i,,r:h' .:...: ion of un .iliiuriimn (ur llic j . Vv'.-iM infonniil becaii^v (bcre v,, ?' n-'.i '«'' riLlj-payLTH on Lin* iia,pcr «!;.] wini --Iijjilil« to i^omiunt-c?, him ri ;:il:,,l in Air H. 1j. W llkiubou, iict in- mi In hiilf of Mr Jvytiaswu, Riving Mr hiarmw noiicu tbal be inlojids to U !,i tin- validity of (he Mayor's fiction in tin' Supremo Court, and be also w:iriiul Mr Sparrow against taking his si-ut at llio Council tablo until tbe mutter luwl lieen def.ided. Mr Wilkin son's principal contention is tbat the reluming officer's duties are only ministerial— not judicial. However, whatever Mr Wilkinson may threaten lo ilo in the Supreme Court did not deter Mr Sparrow from taking bis scat at tljo Council table on Monday even ing, ami tbc game- of bluff, ou the one point at least, has failed. It was only natural that tbe returning officer's action should be severely co...
THE MAIL CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
T11K HklL C0NT11A0T8. Tlio follnwinf! tcmlim for tlio con WTftiico of timh hi this district for thnn ycn» from ist Jnnnary, 1902, iiivc been aocuptcd :— To and tram Jl^uiii(|uin. I'jnn UilU, and .Fiuley, via Moonov'a Hn-aiuD and McAlistor'ii. twice a wik.— jatmw JlpbinBou, £01) per annum. :T-- ami from Doniliquiu and Raugaiuore, wico a week.-— John iilton, £98 per onuuni. To an3 from iToukunein, Neimnr, and liar bam, twice a xveok. — Matthew Hole, £'08 10s per annum.
"EXPERIENCED" HORSE BREAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
'EXPERIENCED' HOESE . BEBAKERS. The other day three well-known Mathoura residents, who take a great interest in horses, especially in the jumping business, had a young colt to break', in; ? The animal- was rather fractious, . but they eventually *? eilbneed ' him effectually. We are informed, the gentlemen. referred to are prepared to take in atay number of young animals, Breaking in. horses is an art iu itself, and it is .claimed . that if the most unruly aiiimal is gent to Mathoura he will be cured of .the bad temper tbat he is possessed of; once apd. for ever. ^.^ ?'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
Mackenzie Brothers, ?TOOK, KTAT1OX, rOltlVAttDlKO A.MU VOMMIMNION A«K-Tf». — DENILIQUIN.— Powers, fiullierford & Co., Melbourne. Union MorlRaKC and Agency Com]).iny, Limited of Australia, lolin Cookc nud Co. The N.Qi^hprn Assurance' Cgmi|i-ity. H. L. CULLEY & CO., (Lute Drnim, Stevenson anil Co.) Slock, Station and Land Agents. VALUATORS & AUCTIONEERS, IJESIUyUlN. Ernnch Offices at Nsirandera and L'rnna. T. A. FREfiRSON, ^tock, Station,' Insurance and General Commission'Agcnt, DENILIQUIN. R. W. HOLIES S& CO., Stock and Station Agents, 1-KM U-( IJIK. LEGAL. Alexander and Windeyer, SOLICITOUS. &c. END STREET, DENILIQUIN. Trust Funds for Investment iipoi. Mort glides from 5 per cent. e:. j. laman, Solicitor, &c, CKESSV STREET, DEN'ILIQUIN. COMMISSIONER FO15 AFFIDAVITS !-' NKW SOU'M WALKS AND VICTOIUA. TUU.ST moneys, in various amounts, to lend on approved Station nnd free hold. l'ropcrt'ics.Qn iutcrest !it lowest current rates. A. JAMESON...
JOHN ADAM Tohaccon[?] Newspaper & News Ageat. NAPIER STREET DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
JOHN ADAM, Tobacconi; I. Newspaper & Nctfs AK(.:it. NAl'IKK STUKKT. UKNIMql'lN. j ?pilK l:-f--r.*. !- ? l..v Turn-. Arr..«\ I Sl«.M1|1-.l.l.tk-.-, ll'.lli. W. ,!,.T. ll:.ul;. |.-i. lvin.i.|iiiii li.d|HTi..i.-nl. WiilI-m Mava- ' i.uu. li.iiiHfW.tfll, ► MiuKiiilh: J'iu-'M«i( Mi.ynf. ? ruwll'i. X.tiv r.iiitiv Mn::n».i«e. ClmiiiiL- Ci'C^k Hiy;:if.me. fawllV Saiuninx | J.iui.ial. tii'-H'iiiian ,l.iur.ittl. Autitrnumi | llr-^Jniirnil. W.-M..ii'- Mon'lily. U-a.:Vr ! Illvssli,. ?,!;,?! l!:itllu Slnol.c, Col ? luci;. Detective J'aliM. t)vcr Lin-l u»il Sea, lluys1 I'lrm llntr l.ilnnry, lluil.ilo l'.lliV Library. IXr.ui'!: Kmw liilimry. IViio Kino Wnr Lib rary, Iiluhii-.-ii.il lliu-'. Ski-ii-liy Hits. Til Hits, Ally Wi)|n:r. Scraps ^''P sllolli. Aliswrrc, I'eiunon'h Weekly, Ci^nc'ie. l'lmlo Ilils Illiulraiisil l!|i-««-J)ale, Hoys' IJp-iii-l'aie Novclellc. Aliline H. llnliil.iir, Oirititinti Uerahi, Clirisl inn Jludgol, J'olioe Uu.lpnl, Worlil'K Comic, Comje Culn, Comic Life. Colored Cm...
Jerilderie Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
Jeriiderie Police Court. ? » ? Twocssos of interim: to aMermon wore Ii card Ustweck.bt Jeriiderie before Mr F. W. Garetanz, P.M. The first case was one in which an alderman of the Jeriiderie Municipal Council nnmed A. J. Chry&al summoned C. J. Curtin (Mayor) fur.usin'' infiulting laq-;uag# n,t si meeting of th^ Council op 12th. Aaujiet last, »liere by cau-ing h broach of the Municipal By-Law6. The delendant admitted using the words complained, of, but pleaded privilege, as the words, were used during the heat of debate at a Council meet ing. The evidence showed that the 'de- fepdaut was asked to withdraw; t^ie words and apologise, but he refupea. The de fendant, in hie evidence, said that the dispute, was over an »cc-iunt of £3 3s ?from Mr Click, policit ir of Sydney, behaving been consulted by the defendant in his official capacity oyer an impending int liounning ' case. Defendant said' the Council mee ings were ci)ii'1uc:ed in a louse m^iuier, and the by-laws had not hithe...
A REMARKABLE SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
A KEMAEKABLE SIGHT, The Urana correspondent of the ' Jenlrlcrie Herald ' says : — ' A very, remarkable sigbtisto be seen at tbe pre sent time on Widgiewa. On a lignum swamp about a quarter of a mile long and about 200yds. wide, there ero, His not exaggeration to *B,y, millions of ibis nesting. Every clump of lign urn is built upon as closely as tbe birds can sit, aud as- then tho supply ran out, there are acres of ground strewn over v/ith eggs, making it look as if a shower of gigantic hailstones had. f alien. ^________^
RIVER LEVELS RDWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
KIVER LKVICLS KDU'AltD. Deniliquin, 10ft. 4in.' Moulauieiu, 5ft. 'in. .?','' 5H1KRAY. Albury, 4ft. 3in. EiiEion, 20ft.,' ,' Kchuc»(18ft. Oin. Wahgu'nyah, Sft. (falling). fiwao Hill, lift. 2in. ' ' ' ? ' ' MDBROjnilUOEK. Gundagai, 4ft. Pin. Balnnold, 13ft. -2iu. Hay, 18ft 9in. Wagga, Oft. 3in. DABLIKG. U'entn-ortli, 13ft. lin. 1' Voonea'rio, 4ft. Din. ,' Menindio, 2ft. 10m. 1' Wilcautiia 3ft. jin. ! ?? ? ??- .. ? j
The Death of Patrick [?]Farland. THE CORONER'S [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901
The Diath of Patrick' n«FaWand; Tin: tHinoxiciivi^., , ... On Tuwdny *f., rnuon |,m 11' i. I ;n «iq.i.*t «,n iLu bfdv «.f '-|t' .' '''-''I I The d(r;acd h«Rd becn^r.'i-.l ill-he Jfli f«r »th.d »:^- .._ - nnS fr. »„ 1 of iwnl}*!.., and fr»,m tin, ''IT^ I ducoa at the inquest the drec^lr lji-| mitted suicirte *hilo in SS^J^I pornry insanity. 0I ''iu- ? The f illitning nvidcuce w«s Uil-.n 1 Stuart. M'B.rl.w| ieplZ] 1 '~ I crazier at present man..Ei,lw' i.'1 4I StHiion. I nm sol, of deceasd^'^1 body hiunvwhecn shown to il ''«? DecnHR.d wne 01 years nf kec ' **?? ? the Korih of Ireland. H- «...', ''n «'? of cousidcraWe lai.d.d nro'cnv'''*1! pally slarion pronerty worth »,!','''' 1 mately under £160,000. I ,'''' '.M' I yesterday morning. Atiout aquartv '1 as I was gettine; up to hreakf St 'X I motKer came and told me tha* m f iTy 1 was mifising from hi« room. I L ', .' 1 for him, and saw his bar. fe,t m.fh 1 ing towards the office. He lmrl ,? ''m'B be« in the office, as hia 'I st'T^ I I t...