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Palmer-Miss Trenchant Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901

Pal mer=Miss Trenchant Case. ? : ? ? ? After reading the decision given in the , Palirier-Miss Trenchant case, our readers «ho have t^ken so interest in the affiir will n 'turMly ask themselves the question ' What frame of mind were the Committee oftheJockev Club in when they arrived at a decision which is alto gether incompatible with previous ver dics by the said Committee.', And we feel sure they will be able' to answer it 'not. We will tor a moment go back to the Jockey Club's meeting in July last. A racing mare ' named Miss Trenchant won the Trial Stake?, which was open to horses who had never won a -prize over the value of £8, Immediately after tbe race was run Mr Biilliere, the owner of the second horse, entered a protest against, the n inner on the grounds that she had ^on a race over the value of £8. Mr Balliere, when asked by 'the Com mittee, said he Jcnew: nothing against, the mare, but asked for tithe to make in quiries. Ihis, howpver, was refused, and in due course the ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commons Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901

'commons Meeting. ' f (lie Dcaiiiqu'M CuroiiKiM win f . ., /i* present. . ITiwJ «'d ctinf'1'l!ai OlUlESMttDENCE. ? T i G Kwis. SI.P., xoiha destrue f taMiiU on t!io commonis, and 'rTJi «-f money l.»d be»n si»nt. by l?iTrirt''-« »' dwIii'B with th«pp8t, jmd Kvw«*1H«rllKl«to d,oa1i *hat lb Ti'sibc. but it wvI'«Jo usb in V, e il»- toumions wjjen they *»me ? «the Crown resewes *gaw, which '' J|utred wswnroi »ith Mum without. H'j-ljn bring take?- .Th?J- ?** ^^jjiuiai.er's attention be drawu to; rnTb^ta-y said *in« the letter hd Iki »t to Mr Evans, Mr Surveyor .ilhewuld recommend to the h^is rf ,„ Hickey's, so »s to enable the Kiiwitoww* a wire-netting gate; to Cent nbbits coniiug frotu the stock Lite onto the cuminnn. Fmra Pastures and Stock Board saying LcTrustaL's would be requii.ed to take L,i«di»to measures to enBtir-6 the com-' [lev destruction of. rabbits on th&' fcrnona i f™» J- B; Hamilton. W»;, L tt'an-inella Estate, saying he had an Eyrshir/bull to sell or exchange ; fr...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Police Court. WEDNERDAY NOVEMBER, 20 (Before Messrs C. Walker and John Keely, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 November 1901

Deniliquin Police Court. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 20       Before Messrs C. Walker and John. Kelly, J's.P.)   Albert Daish pleaded guilty to being found drunk in Napier-street, and as there were several previous convictions against accused he was fined £1 or seven ?s in gaol George Maver v. E. H. Powell Claim for work and labor done, 17s 3d. De- fendant pleaded not indebted. Evi- dence was given by both parties to the ?, and a verdict was given for the amount claimed, with 4s lOd costs of   Court.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DEAF AND DUMB AND BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

THE DEAF AND D.UMB AND BLIND.. During the. week, we. have- received from the h.on. secretary of the institu-. tion for the Deaf and, Dumb, and the Blind the annual report of the institu-: tion, in which he makes: Ike following appeal : — ' Thp object 1$, that parents, or guardians of children* who are deaf and dumb or blind may be made, acquainted with- the fact that an insti tution where their afflicted little ones nan be cared for and educated is in existence, and that its. doors, are al ways open for the admission of these who are eligible, irrespective of race,, creed, or other circumstances,; and! the directors desire to strongly impress upon the parents of such, children the urgent necessity for sending them to school while they a^e young, say,, from 7 to 14 years of age. -It ia ;very im iportant than an afflicted child should 'be sent to school as soph as possible after reaching the age of seven years, as itc takes from eight to 10 years for such a child to acquire sufficient...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPORT OF STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

EXPORT OF STOCK, Mr .4. Weir, Stock Inspector, in fprms us that for the week ending 23rd November 1;-3,179 sheep and 61 cattle crossed! at Moama ino. Yictoria,. while, the imports for the sjine period, were nil.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Odd Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

w Odd Notes. We hw« lsnd * srMtW'Wy conijilnntu ?nor Uiodiwbilitj with wiiich r.*'ilcntR of Uioluwn und diftrir.t suffer owing in Oic dulny in tlclivcriug parcels wi.ioli nrrivc hi llic local |mi»1 utHce fnnn the Slam of Victor.n, hnd mi a uumbor of iiih-nncuti Mr Wilson, 1 lie customs .iD-cor, hftK dino in for R dual of unneo ? nry npprobriuni. Of oouree, it u not within thu hounds of liunmn u»'uro for «he »g prioved jh-mcius to think they are 10 ? great ? measure the cause of the delay, inasmuch that they neglect to inform the consignor of tho parcel that sn interstate cortitiCHte is required, and until a recent minute by Dr. Wulliutton it whs not withm the province of the officer t-£ customs to release the paroel until the certificate had been obtained. Now the local cus:oins ofljeor has the power to release parcels at tlio post oQice without the interstate certificate. 'But under certain oouditionii, viz.,wit1-eTBonB*ho require their parcels atonoo can have delivery of them by p...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TERRIBLE FIRE IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

TERRIBLE FIRE IN NEW . ZEALAND. Another .large .firef attended with loss of life, has taken place in New Zealand, the Oriental Hotel, Welling-, ton,, and threeshops ijeing destroyed.' Many of the lodgers at the Oriental Hotel, including a number of theatri-. cafe, jumped, wildly into space |fro.m. the windows, the fire causing a dread ful panic. Charles Bell, of the Ada, Delroy Company, leapt from the third-, storey- window, of the hotel, and was so injured that His recovery is despaired of. A wool dealer named William Crawford, was horribly ^burned about the body, and subsequently died in the Wellington. (Hospital.. . ?

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR L. W. QUICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

MB L. W. bUICK. , : IWrfi-hettri-wUh iegret, ihft Mr J-. .W. Quick,'. who for the best part of 17 years ' hks been -oonnected with the local Telegcaph Office,, has been pro moted to the rising town of Tam worth., ;Deailj,qu,iniCan boast of its telegraphic staff. They are all cour teous and Obliging, and none more so. than our friend Mr Quick, who is due to leave here the latter end of nest month, .Hawever, Deniliquin's loss, will be Tamwprth's gain, and, we wish Mr and Mrs Quick and family the same prosperity in their new home that we know they have enjoyed here for. so. many years.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TUPPAL CREEK CUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

TUPPAL CREEK CUTTING. The -employees on the Government works in connection with 'the Tuppal Creek cutting have been paid off until after Christmas. The flood 'gates at the river entrance will be started nest year. Already the water 'thai; has passed through the cutting is of -great benefit to the farmers in the district, a large tract of country having been well irrigated on which green feed is now appearing.' Tanks have been filled, and the whole Country through whicA the cutting runs is well supplied with water. ' Landowners consider that branphes from. the .cutting could be extended into other districts which axe without, water in sauimer.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

MELBOURNE MATUCETS. Fat Siiuep.— Tho ninrkct wan again heavily tujtpUcd, 24,000 liaviug boon yarded; About 7,600 camp 'f ram Kivo rina. The greater portion consisted of Hccond and useful grades, including an unusually number of owed. Tho demand was iuaotiv*, and' prices on Uio whole ruk-d about 1b por head under Uttt xvccIc'h rntcH. Quotations : — Prime crossbred we tliers, from 12s to 14s ; a fen- extra do, do., Horn, 14s (id to las (id ; good do, do., from 9h Od to \\a, Od ; ))an)C. crossbred ewes, from 9s (id to 10s 9J ; extra ^o.-do., f,rom 11s to 12s ; good do. do., frbm frs Od t« 8s 9d ; middling and inferior, from 5s Od ; piiniq. merino wethers, from IO4. 9d to 12s ; a few exjra, 12s Od and 13b ; g-j«d do', do., from 9a 3d to 10a ; second, do. do. froip, 7a 6d to, $s (id ; inferior from 0s Cd ; best' merino, owes, from Us 9d to 8s ; second; do. do,, from '4s Gd lo Gs (id; inferior, from 3s' Fat Lambs —16,000 were penned. In tho curly part of the niarkot host des criptions, wo...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUCTIONEERS' LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

AUCTIONEERS; tilCENSES. On Tuesday last, district auc tioneers' h'cenees were' granted to R. W- Hoknes, R. Hindson, 4,. Jameson, J. Kelly, W. King, H. Lloyd, H. Moser, W. E. Meek, R. if. Turnbull-^ and Jas. Wallace. The presiding magistrates were Messrs G. H. Perrin, Wm. Leetham, W. Kilpatrick,, audJ. Hetherington.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHUCA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

ECHUCA. MARKETS. A moderate yarding of cattle for the. Bales at Ecbuca on Saturday, but the attendance of buyers was small, and no alteration in prices can he quoted. Quota tions : -Fat steers, £6 Is to £6 12s Cd ; fat cows, £0 9s to £0 19s ; fat heifers, £3 19s to £4 9s ; forward steers, £it 10s to £5 lCs ; More heifers, £3 ; sloro cows, £2 10a ; yearlings, £1 15s ; calves, £1 G3. Slioep. — Only a few lines of fat sheep, and Iambs forward, which sold- at the follow ing rates :— Fat wether», 9s lid ; fat owes, Ss 9d ; merino ewes, 7s Id ; best lambs, KiM. f«f l-mlic nim.ll t.. (Vj «,) !-,„? : — There, wai a good entry and brisk market, prices being fully equal to late rates. Quotations: — Buconers, 43s lo. tjOs ; do., light, 40s tu 44s ; porkers, 27a to 34s ; stor.es, 17s ; slips, 14s ; suckers, Sii ; weaners, 4s Ud. Horses.— A large entry, quotations being — Medium draughts, £12 10s ; hacks, £7.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENDERS FOR ROAD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

TENDERS FOR. ROAD WORK. Tenders addressed to the Clerk of Petty Sessions of Deniliquin, an& endorsed ' -tender for road work.'1 will be received up to noon on Tues day, the 10th day of December, 1301, for work . on the following roads : — Contract No. 25-'Ol-'O2— Moaina to Bama. 26-'Ol-'O2— Jerilderie to Days dale. 27-'01-'02— Deniliquin to Urana BQ-'Ol-'Oa— Mou'ttuielh tuwiirds 0wan Hill. ^-'Ol-^^-Jerilderie Gool gumbla rood to Coonong Siding. 80 ?01-'02 and 81-'01-'02— DenQiquin to Bpfjnanoomana. 82-'01-'02— Barham tb Moulamein. 88-'Ol-'O2— Denili- quin to . . Berrigan. 84-'01-'02 — Berrigan, to. Mp.malong. 5O'O0 1 01— (Fresh Tenders)— Hill Plain to .Mathoura. Specifications may be seen at the Court Bouses, Deniliquin, Berrigan, Jerilderje, Moaina, and Moulamein.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

WHEAT 4K;D, CEREAL MARKET. At this market on Wednesday Oats were quiet ; medium simples at from 2s to 2s 2$d ; feed at from 2« 2d to 2s 3d. Wheat continued dull at 2s lOd ; Maize remained at from 2i Cid to & 7-3. Barley was uiiclninged at previous day's sales. Bens wore in good at Ss 6d. Bran sold at 8W to 9d, and Pollard at from 9d to flid. Now potatoes were quiet at from £3 10s to £3 15s ; old at from £2 10a to £3 10s. ' Onions (oew) fetched out from £3 10s to £3 15u. Chaff remained at the previous day's sales.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FORFEITED SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

A FORFEITED SELECTION; At a large meeting held at Jerilderie on Tuesday a resolution was adopted requesting the Minister for Lands to reconsider his. determination to forfeit Mr A. W. Sleeman's homestead selection,. The. resolution, sets forth, that Mr Sleeman bad proved himself duringhis. 12, years occupancy of tbe selection to be a desirable selector, and it would be. difficult to find a more de serving case for leniency and favour able qon&ideratioii. A similar resolu tion has, been carried by, the Piqe IJJ)|) Farmers' Union.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Charters Towers Tragedy. BROWN TO BE EXECUTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

The Charters Towere Tragedy. JBROWa TO BE EXECUTED. The Queensland Executive Council on : Wednesday decided that the death sent ence o.f . Bjavid Alexander Brawn, for the murder of William Haygarth at Charters Towers, Queensland, (should be carried into effect 011 December 9. . ' Tap tragedy occurred several , months ago,. Mr Haygarth was presiding at a : meeting pf directors of a mine of which Browu was tho manager. -There was a motion before the meeting to reduce Brown's salary. Browd made a request tltat certain minutes should be producod, and the roqueit was refused. Thereupon Brown, who had been worrying over this proposed change in his emoluments, drew a revolver, shot Mr Haygarth dead, and than, turned the revolver on himself. He was in consequence of theso self inflicted injuriqs an inmate of the Bris bane hospital for a considerable time. It was stated at the. trial that Brown wus a man ot violent 'temper, and had been brooding over his change in salary. On the rooming of t...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POLL TAX CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

THE POLL TAX CASE;.. In- our issue of . last .- --week . we mentioned that Ah Fong, one of the six Chinanieji, who had' been allowed out on bajl pending^ thu decision of the B#mfprdj case, failed to answer his name at the polipe,court, and the joint and several bail of JB760, whiph, had; been entered into for the, production, of t(he six, was estreated... A warrant was issued and Ah Fong was arrested in Melbourne on Saturday, and he arrived) last evening in charge of Sergeant Norris. The seven China men ^including Paddy Ging Gook) will in, all; probability bo broughjtup for sentence on Saturday.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

JOHN ADAM, i Tobacconist, Newspaper & News N AIM Kit STHKKT, DEXILIQMN ( I^HG llrfcrce. Kiin.lny Timcu. AtmW, S|M)rlm^ .luiluc Trm h, W.irkur. Hn«l-. lii, lli.nih.jiiiii liiH|iPL'ii-luiit, WimlMir Mnt;i sine. Hnrmiwiitths Mnoaitino, 1'lcloti.il Mnvnziuu. divan's New I'ouuy Mnuiir.luc!. Chiirini; «.'ros1 Mnijar.ino. OhkhcII's SaiiiMiaj .Imii.ml. \imrnliiiii . JpurMl. Auslrnliiiii Hi- .?: .liiiirnal. Wei Jon's Monililv, UndiV Urcssninlirr Itnlllc Smoke, llulnn .luck. DalcclivvTaliw, Over J-nnd bntl tea. Bnyn' First Kale- l.lbiory, UulFulo HillV Ubrnry. Mori k Kn«c l.ibr.-iiy. True liluc War Lili niry, Ultislrnlcil llil*. Bkclchy Hits, Til Ui-», Ally Slnpor. Kcrnps, Siu\|- Shots. Aumvcrf, I'e.-iiKon's Weekly, Cigansttc, 3'lioto Uitn. MliiHlnitral Up-lv-Dntu, BpV U|i-lo-l)nic' «ovcli!iie, A Mine Hi- Holiday, UlirlKiinn Hurnlil. CliriFl inn llini);etv I'olice Huiliiet. World's Ooinie. Comic Cuts, Comic Lite. Colored Comic, Illustnited Chips, rickMc U|-, II. A, I1-., ^iiarc Moment...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

Sporting Mems. P* There is a little story going she grounds regarding the hacking o( Wk winner at a Victorian seaside pieetihg recently. This mare had previously cost her owner about '1,500 in various ways. On the' ay in question tne trainer iiaa ;re prted— ' No earthly good to-day.' Set some people, including a well-- bown bookmaker, 'got the. office,'. -r the money went on in handfulis. Ihe trainer avers that, he had no pare of the cotn.tJiat was worted. Vie mare has, however, since fceen jnioved from his care. -? ; - :??' ?.?.;'?'??? pthe wiUottheiateThomasiHaif^ jjekey, ! dated ^th February, ' t^oo, jis been lodged for probate. JJ»s, =al anil personal estate, .valued' at1 |-886 ohly, is left to his widow. The'' deceased .horseman w^s once credited -yith .being worth something1 'like ti^o.'ooo. ' ? '. , ' iFroni New Zealand comes :w;ord' !iat Major George, who is going* ,,on- i visit to England has sold his .Wapiti estate to Messrs M'Lean and Morton. His horses will be fiqld in J...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

LOOK OUT ! LOOKOUT! 'WHAT FOU ,'*..,. '..':' '^y^ii '\^':~};;r' ?'?''''-??' ''??' ALE HOI ;S^feii0l,:';5%,E;:HO! ALE HO! SALE HO! 5ALE HO! [iarryDavey, Red House, Iiyceum Stores, kird Block, Pall Mall, Bendigo,, I Is Holding one of th» . Largest Sales ever held fin | BENDIGO. b GOODS MUST GO AT ANY { PRICE. EVERYTHINQ In Our Warehouse Marked to „ COST PRICE. JEW OF OUR PRICES' ?feHOWiYOU WHAT WE INTEND TO DO. THE SALE IS NO SHAM. I ; ' Old Price*. , ,. Sale Prices. [ ???'*»? .4-. '????' ... ? . , s d [ 1 (I White Double Sheeting for .5$ [ 1 . 0 Wbite Oblonial Flannelfor 6f I 15 0 ColouialWhite Blablcets I ,..????- (double bed) for... ... 12 6 I **?._ — . ????'? 1 00 English Whitney Blankets I SALE * ? ???? .:? (double bed) for... . ...10 6 I +JO.1MJ , . 4 Stripped FJanneletta for . I ' :, dozen ... ... '.. 1 11 I '2 3 2-jpdB wide Floorcloth for 1' 6 I '.. 1 S 0 LadieB' MackintoBes for ... 12 0 I .8 ^ liadies' Fawnsnd.BroBn ?? ? i ' i ? CopeB for .,.? ..;-.. ... 4 II I 1 0 0 Ladies' ...

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