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Railway Fatility. TWO CHILDREN KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

Railway Patility. TWO CHlibKEN KILLED; A shocking railway accident, whibh re sulted in tho death of two boys.^oocurred, shortly before 6 p.m. on Sunday on the line near Hurstville station. John Heniy Sparkes, aged 5, was killed instantly, and Michael James Fohey, aged 4, received such injuries tint he lived but a few min utes. The. children had been playing together during the afternoon^ jand at about a quarter to 6 werexibaerved itieur the^ralU way crossing in Wards-avenue. Nothing more was seen of them until just before tht- accident. It is believed that the boys reached the crossing as the train proceeding from Synney towards Hurstville was pass ing. The train by which they were killed was then nearing the spot, and it is thought they waited till the up train had passed and then attempted to cross the tine. Aa soon as possible after the accident the en gine was brought to a standstill. Fahey's neck was dislocated, while Bparkes' body was terribly mutilated, and both his armB were...

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

The Census for 1901. The Government Statistician has issued the fir«l instalment of figures in connection with the census of 1901, giving the popula tion of each of the counties of New South Wales, and of each munioipility. The population of the various counties within the federal electorate of Biverina was as follows : — Waridgery ... 3928 Wentworth ... 1172 Slurt ? 738 Perry ... ... 397 Boyd ? 990 Livingstone ... 286 Cooper ? 4128 Jiahara, ... 253 Urana ? 4345 Mossgiel ... 368 Denison ... 43b6 Moumrnba ... 1159 Townsend ... 4617 Blaxland ... 1269 Cadell ? 2494 Franklin ... 344 Wakool ... 1744 Kilfera ... 159 Caira ? 1320 Waljeere ... 699 To, la ... at!3 Ifixholann ... 1B77 The following in the list : of. the municipali ties uf New South Wales which have a population of over 2,500. The Sydney and N-wcastle and their suburban municipali ties are not included :— Broken Hill 27,518 vVolIoncong... 3,524 Goulburn ... 10,618 Dubbo ? ... 3,410 Balhurst ... 9,227 Cobar ... 3,371 Mail laud ...

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Wedding. STINSON-WATSON [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

Wedding;. KTISSON -WATSON Tim n.nn-MRonlMr il..r.i,.' A;i-rl Mm »..n, lift I. mi nl Ihc !*i«- Mi ?!? Mil--''. -?' Kmdn Nation, CnoUnmn, mh *'' lirrtht Sfp im» Wsuon. mvui.i'i dnugi.ii-r of Mr Jam™ W»t*on, »t |-oi- ii-|iiu-. ?''* plnoo »l the Noldi Uiuicli .m U.r -I'1 ''? stunt, at 11.30 o'clock, in thr |M.*'i,.'' 'I » Urge ooiigrcgktidii. Tin' -linr™ w»' ntwttilv -fimni-BttHl atiil lphl*nini''l wlHl Dowere iinil grcriicrj liv (liiwl* '-f ihr '' '''? Thoaenmmiy WM|iarfuiniiHl liv I''1 !llV Robert WeUh. Tho bridi-, win «»- C1™11 ?wsy by her frtticr, wornn k'.»ii --( mIhIi* (ilk with Ironiparutit yokn mid Mr'1'-'1 --' point. Uco, trimmed wflh rliiffun «ml nruiieo bloeeom, Mid aiu-rivd a whin1 »h.i»- liniii|iii:(. fihe ww- attended bv htr nipliir, Mi«» A gum W»l«on, whn worn ft cresm lucked hIU vuilc anil Imlol burnt alrnw, Miniim-I «iih |''l'- pica. Tho groomsman w»b Mr --. .J.'lnylor. of Taxvaroa, iioar WagRH. Th» wi-dtiing bwRkfatl w*h Bcri-cd al Die rn-iili-iic »f ll» bride's falh.-...

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CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1901. Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

, ':,''oSUROJBjfdTJOESl i 'Bond at, December 1, 1901. Deniliquin, 11 a.m., by the Rev. F. Fawcettj and 7.30 ?'p.m.,- by Mr fi Fawoett ; Finley, 11 a.m., and Tocum waU3'j-.in. and 7.30 p.m., by the ReV. , A'.,S: :3.';Harding. : ,'? ' _.'?; . ; ; ';;; ;;.?; ' ... Presbyterian.: ? ? ? ' On Sunday next at Deniliquin,' bnfrh rnoraing and evening, by the Rev; R, ^KK::,:;: . . : . '. . ' ? .'-/ , .-.?.:.?;.?( - Church of England. ... I ...First Sunday in .Advent :— Demljqu in, morning and evening ; and Thotobin, in the afternoon ; December 6th, Mr Hunt's in the afternoon, and Tupp^l in, the even ing. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

PIBEOH SHOOTINB. Deniliquin Gun Club. AT THE CRICKET GROUND, — ON — Saturday, 7th December. SMOOT1KG will commence al 2 o'clock Blimp with n , Sweepstakes ; on unmnlu. won ot which Mr G. LccUiam1* linnd-wmc lnopny will be shot tor, open lo Mpmhcrs '»l.v. The Trophy will be best out of five birds, nnd the entrance foo ut 2* BJ will be received on the Ground. — Admission— One Shilling, — ' A. T. JONKS, | HoB- Soas' LOOK AT THIS! Special Prices to Cash Buyers; ,S. B. BOfcI,EBiFM)tJB(Stratton»)pecbag 12 6 1A SDGAB, 701b bag ? J6 9 HOLBROGK'S SACJGE .„ ... 0 10 CONDENSED MILK a i JAM, 21b tins ? o 7 JAM, 61b tins ? ,.. ... 1 8 DATES (new fruit) per lb ... ... ' 0 6 O.K. TOMATO SAUCE ... ... 0 6 BISCUrTS, per lb ... ? o fi WHITE STABCH (Colmans) ... 0 6 WHITE BTABCH (Silver Star) ... 0 6 SOAP, household, large bars . ... t) 6 6OAP (Magic) ... ... ... o 6 POBSTEBS ... .. ? 12 BALMON ... .',; . ? o 10 6ABDINES ? '? '? .;. ... o 6 f BESH HEBBINQS ..'. ... 0 7 CDfiSASTS, new fruit -.-.. ?'„?,...

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Bank of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

Bank of New Sdiith Wales. The Bank of New South Wales held its half yearly meeting on Friday, when the usual dividend at the rate of 10 per pent, per annum was deolar.d, and £2000 was added to the reserve fund, which was thus raised to £1,270,000 a balance of £11,6(3 being carried forward. The president, Mr C. K. M'Kellar, M.I..U., in moving uie adoption of the board's report, aa»d that the' oiralim' during the past half: yefcr'had bleu very satisfactory. The decrease of de posits by 480,000 was entirely due to fluc Utions in tho Government bnlanoeB held by the bank, tbe deposits from the public show ing, in fact, a slight inorease. , Bills pay abe and other liabilities were less by £150,000 (duo to normal fluctuations) : coin aud cash balances less by £740,000 (cause! by expulsion of advance business), and British and colonial Securities higher by £300,000. The liquor assets totalled £7,000,000, a reduoiion of some £900,000. Advances to customers showed an increase of £035,000. The...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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The Late Mr M'Farland. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

The Late Mr M'Fariand. _ ..a. .- . - - - ^ .. i.. ,«?!. M'FsrlMoV of, BoMmgiL 8'». \,, Smith Walrs, whose dcnUi had '''' ' ,rt,.d, «»' lh« ''** '^ ol*1'1 Ul* iT'lEui-A M'F.rlnml. .of IfoVbtniMUMh i' , M,.|i..rtiriie. lie »«« born In Oma^r,. I Vuot Ireland, in 1881. «nd canm to Vi'd,.')» «ii'- '''' l'-roi-taiii I8C3. In 1801. iiB H,M.si«iioii,onihe Nowfeouth Wale» .LtJ ai the Muriay, »nd raided iherv -uttil h ikaih- Mr M'FwIand *M*6ti.W«s for tl i- oKiwrii-»''vs he made on the dense fureat andm.iul'of Itarooga, anil their euooeraful * u|,, showed toothers the vast carrying I jijiieMil the foiesl oountrv of Riverine, wl.icli bef-iehis time was rej{arfled,BS of littli' vain'1. l-uL now '* looked upon a* one uf the tichesi wheat-growing dlstriota in. Aus tralia He waR thB Tinl ^ «''* *'ll*t °.n » Ure'e nale in Riverine, the Barooga re. turns being 52.0U0 bags. In 1881, aOting S, his brother, Mr Tfioma. M'BVtrland. be i cic ,|10 eccoDd introduction 4-t Vermont miMiiiosleopinto Australia,...

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A New Fire Escape. NOVEL AND SUCCESSFUL. THE HEIGHT DIFFICULTY OVERCOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

A New Fire Escape. NOVEL AND SUCCESSFUL. THE HEIGHT DIFFICULTY OVER COME. One result of the terrible death of young Clogg, through jumping from 'Hordern's burning building some months ago, was to set inventive people thinking as to the best means of providing quiek and safe transit from any portion of the tallest buildings in the citv of Sydney. Many people insisted that, bod there been that up-to-date apparatus at band when Clogg waB 6'at seen on tbe parapet, his life would have been saved. It has now been proved that there was a good deal of reason in the contention. The qontriyanbe so much vriahad for has been invented by Mr Gordon Marr, of Pyrmont. List week Mr Super intendent Webb, of tho Metropolitan Fire Brigade, witnessed a special trial of the invention on a building at Pyrraont, and was eoplsastd with what he saw that ar rangements are already in progress for test ing the new fire escape from the top of the principal 6re station, in Castleretgh-street, Sydney. Mr Sparkes, ...

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Cricket Notes DENILIQUIN v. NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

Cricket Notes lIKNIUtOt'lN v NATIVK4 1 liv urn. Kii'i-i O.i Ssliinlay ndrriioun laul -hr) nbove clulm wl. -mi °ihc li»u- .-ncic ground for l-»- unniii'ixhip, Mr A. Ik, Windojci's KhiplT. mi'l Mr W :,? ttbauiV tniphy. llif Hficriiooii «a« liol nnd mltry, and t.lm at iniiilniicR modoraU'. A. II. Windeyer Bnpvatne'1 tlio Dtniliquin team aud J. Harri mm ilic Nalivm. Hi* former uu winning the loan dccidiil to bat, uml xome gnon (Mickct wjaehuun by Ualeigh and Uuijlcy. l-L'iiiliquin in their intiingi made 182, while the Natives had icorcri 1 IK willioul the lotB of A witknt. Saturday's display of criokel wan more intcrratinK Chan usual fruni a npcolalor'a point of view, the oooring being fairly fast. The fielding :l the NaiiveB was good, but Meniliquin'ii was patuhy. The match, which now stands at mi interesting xuge, will bo concluded next Saturday. Mows J. Dillon (flay). A. ?lont-s, and M. Wyeo stood as uniplrot dur ing the afternoon. _ l^cclham and Raloigh Wtrccnlruated with tho openin...

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International Cricket. ENGLAND V. NEW SOUTH WALES. N.S.W. WIN BY 53 RUNS. NEW SOUTH WALES. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

International Cricket. ENGLAND V. NliW SOUTH WALES. ».8. W. WIN BY fi.1 RUNS. NEW SOUTH WALKS.-. Fir»tlnnin«. V. Trumpcr, b Itniund ? 67 M. A. Nolilo, b Braund ... . . 22 C. Gregory, lbw, b Braund ? o S. E. Gregorv.o Braund, ti Btroes ... 14 F. A. Iredale.o Lilley, b Bnund ... IS A. Hopkinn, c Lilley, b Jensop ... 30 R. A. Duff, c llocLaren, b Burue» ... I L. Foidavin, o and b Braund ... 30 J. J. Kelly,, not out ... ? 88 ?: E. R. Clarke, c M'ooLaren, b Braund 17 W, Howell, run out ? 34 Sundries ? lj) Total ? 288 Bowling.— Gunn,' none for 3d 1 Barnnn, 2 for 83'; Braund, 6 for 100 ; Jesaop. I for 41. Gunn bowled Eve no-balls and Barueifour ao-balU. ENGLAND. -First Innings. A, C. MacL&ren, c C. Gregory b Hop kins ? ? J4fi C, M'Uahey. c and b Clarke .,. 7 T. Hayward, lbw, b Noble ? 0 W. G. Quaife, lbw, b Hbwell ...'II J. T. Tyldesley, 0 S. Gregory, bClarke 10 A, O. Jonrfi, b CJl.rhe ' ? 44 G. L, Jessop, b Clarke ... ^.,.'15 ' A, A.. Lilley, b. Hopkins ... ... ' 3t W. Gunn, L How...

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INTERSTATE CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

Th,5'ERSTATE ORICKEI. ? KBtl»g Vffi?** between. team, repre Kult*d'nawin« pdnosday afternoon; and KthA»«t^an:f°rVictoriahyfiVewi8krt3 K'^tlierjeiin ,lco?ni« while Victoria £.'»' the ll J fiCIt 8-1 WDiDPB' Bnd W0^ Haiti, i Oi fivB ,-wJckets fn their

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THE LANDS ACT AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

THE IANDS ACT AMENDMENT BILL. In the Legislative Assembly on Wed nesday, in considering the Legislative: Councils amendments in the Industrial; Arbitration. Bill,, disagreed with the! amendment of clause . 18, ' Times ? and ' periods of appointment,' the effect of the; amendment being that members . of the Court should ' not ' be eligible for re-. appointment. The amendment striking' out sub-section B of clause 26, regarding the employment of members of iunions,1 was also disigreed with. It was poihted out that without this clause in the bill employes could enter into a -conspiracy: to boycott the unionists of the state. U--i The other amendments by the Council .were agreed' to. ,-..?'..;, ( ; _ : ? ' ', ; 1 1 On the motion of Mr Crick, the House resolved itself into /committee of the whole to consider the expendiency of bringing in a bill to rest the management and control of the western -division' lands in a bbard. ' He said the board: had two salient points,. They, had -had 40 ye...

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New South Wales Parliament. COST OF OLD-AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

New South Wales Parliament. OO8T OF OLD-AGE PENSIONS. In the Legislative Assembly on Tues day, ia'answer to Mr Haynes, Mr ^ad del confirmed th* ' semi-official rumour ' that the amount required to pay the pensions applied for this year would be nearly, if not quite, £600,000. Mr Wad dell's original estimate was £350,000. Mr J. Hurley was anxious to know how Mr See viewed the Victorian Pre mier's recent suggestion' for reciprocity between the States in the matter of pen sions, in so far as to recognise as qualified applicants those whose residence in any of three pension-paying States aggregated the term now pre^ribed for any one State. . Mr See desired time to eonsider the question. Mr Waddell, in replying to a question, stated that be had had no official intima tion regarding Mr Ejrkcaldie's acceptance of a commissionership on the Victorian railways. The Advances to Settlers' Amendment till and the Cinder Settlement Bill were 'passed through the final stages, and sent to the Counci...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENTRIES CLOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

ENTRIES CLOSE: Sporting inei- are; invited1 . to [scan our'busineBS columns.' In this 'isstSe three difforeat race meetings are adver tised.,, vis., Wanganella, Moulamein, and Conargo, : ; ; ''. ,'jt ? , !'' '. . '? . . ;

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A WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

A^A&NING. An accident happened to, a resident in the Junee district which' should be a warning to others who mix up phos phorus for rabbit-poisoning. William Lord, son of Mr T. A. Lord, who has a farm a couple' of miles 'from Junee, had, some carbon .and phosphorus, soak ing in a bottle. VPtlor ;to mixing it with the pollard he proceeded to shake the bottle, when, an explosion occurred, settiug fire to his clothes. The young fellow rolled on tho grass to extinguia]] theflamesj-but'thatOnlymadehiatt'etR worse, setting fire to the gras3 as well. He ran to,a waterhole,-&Q,yards away and rolled, into'it. He then proceeded to put out the grass fire, . which was making towards the house. His father hearing his calls came to his assist ance, when it was found that the youth's burns were very severe. Dr. Button was sent for, and attended the sufferer. .Both arms ^and kneqs were iaflly burnt. ' I i, . '! '.:. r- }

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Bendigo Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

Bendigo Jockey Club. I The Spring meeting of the «? Jockey Club was e-mmenced »' ' ^l day in splendid -we/.ther. !fl» '**'* are the results :— ? c;Rfl Telegraph Sc.kes, of 55 s°Siriwl f urlou^.-1-ucky Star, 89. 1 i WfM 8.12, 2 i Pauline Louise, 712. * ~m by half a neck. Time lo^ f K „? Handicap Hurdle R^: ''rfcfcjj Two miles.— Tutehe^op, 9.8, 1 ? ^m 9.10, 2 j Glenelg. ftO, 3. u '? Time; 3min. 55sec. n B ni\9 Sandhure Cup. of 300«o™ ^ ( m and a quarcer — fiaze Je,»s; „'. (Vmftifl Tit. ?.3(inchidiBjB7ibpv«V^vrai 9.0.3:; Honeybee,-7.8,*4. V^bJ'B lengtlis. Time, 2min. lljsec . ivS ? Country Dtstrict Handiitpf1' ZM of 25 b«vs. six F*-i°»®rZm 6.13, 1 ; Groeham, 9.0, 2 i }mZM 7.10. 3 Woo by, two leng'* VW lmin. ]9|snc. . „ JM The W»tson Plajs, of *$M Trophy. Half-a-mjle.— ?Annan's ? Bloodstone, 9.9, 2 ; I*T85j ? Won by two lengths. Tima, »-ffM Welter HandieaiPnf 35 *f-c%M Furlongs.-Greshamr 8-7- \',\M 8.7, 2; Cynic, 9.2, 3. Won')y-IP« Time, lmin. 32^sec. ?

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The Proposed Weir. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

The Proposed W^i7| ?rnd inmrov.. thBWM«r sunidr l,» ^ «h« r.(jht diwetion, ,tU \\Z\pn «lroiiKly and l,.«rii|y «,i,,,Mtc,, V H iwiion trwt a Rum of «0 l,^s u *? mn?edtorby^e0ov«mmj'«( .iT.'M lde,i ,r,'w« undewund, to run . uS emb»Bkmimt or timber or ooDc^ '''? Btruononaortw, th, Edward jh *ij the punipinR Btetion and Ro iLm^H pbmifuUuppiy rf wster for nJg*J throughout the toWO Bnd thereby ?? th»_ annunl anxiety tho c,n«,,,,Llv'« neneuea towards the end of tl-« Z ,L,M While we have 00, desire whawiet ' 7* in conflict with th» .pimrent wJi -^H of the Cuncif and AlTrtnw T.^^W parlicular, we venture tu hu. 'SB sugg-Bt that a very careful cnn,Jlt'*M be Kiven to the subject before J'l hnally chosen. All rivers and hC M now vested ui the Orown ih^M provisipns of S«ution 1, of the £«? Righto' Act o£ 1696, Under Vfl provided for, and the gmieml poUieS rert assuted that their inten,!,, 1?M protected by the offi,cers of the vM Conservation Branch of the Public WmS Department., We venture ' TJ'M...

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Position of State Courts. EFFECT OF THE COMMONWEALTH ACT. [?]DGMENT OF THE FULL COURT. STATE JURISDICTION NOT SUPERSEDED. A DIVIDED BENCH. [?] TELEGRAPH, 26TH INSTANT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

r^n of State Courts. rfFKCTOFWB COMMONWEALTH ' ACT. b SCI'KHSEDBD. A UIYIUKD BENCH. .„.,.«? TKUWKAMI.8CTH IKBTAST.] i ininortaiil question as to the intur A'! tl Commonwealth of Aub I ]'n\ TZ t' i.« Act w» decided by the S«(S.rt Th. quesuou arose out of a ' Zr icti h young m*n ''''d Arthur 1 ft 'd iCford w«f chan-ed, M Ami Ji' fttovi«8rt.4en .letter contain ,'„ ,'v He placed guilty, anrt, IJidL tl.eBettlemc.it of the point, was ? »#£ 'Me and Mr Mnea.ta ap ? '', ' t the request of the Crown, in ? „ » ed (or the Crown on tho oilier Bide. ? p Mr Justice Stephen said that the point ? aS «w!*rf to decide was taken by ? fe's-licitorGeneral for the prisoner at ? Z trill The prisoner. pleaded Bmlry, ? ™A ™de no question as to the jorudic ? Msufferert— no ruling »««?«» «'= J»'e° . ? S he Solicitor-ficneralniade certain ? 2lbtillBe, and Mr Justice Cohen at hi, ? rZest sta-ed this, special case.- The ? Sr was indicted for stealing at ? Cidale. in the State of Ssew South ? Wales a letter and mo...

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SECOND DAY. Thursday, November [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 November 1901

SECOND DAT. Thursday, »? ^W'M Second Hurdle R»ce. of 5j qM miles.— Bannockburr, ^''J-'^^M 9.8, 2 ; Dickens, 1Q.6, 3. Bet*™ 4 aest tho winner- i j i^U Epsom HindioafiW* «^*|B loni-PrivOege, 6 «, U^J|lB 2 ; Bloodstone, 9.2. 3. BetMS m agst Privilege. ,,n ort -*? Bendigo Handicap, 'f 1J? ' %»? mile and a diBtance.-C-.ml^ ,? Gazlle, 72 (including 7H» PBjV« Habet, 7.6, a Betting : 4 to 1 ? JM winner. , _t ltllf*H The Spring Steeplechase, °- ,« Two oiiles.-John Brown. W ^M date, fi.Xp, S{ Sealing «*???? Winner's price, 10 tol. {$-m The Gold Jubilee Ban^n ;(fl Five furlonR6.-Levard, «£? , « Btone,'8.2, #4 d-uok* btar.O jm Jumpers1 Hanmoip Fl» Jj« sovs. V)ne mUe and a f*f$,im 11.1, 1; Burraban, l*-d'J.1cp* ? 8.7, '3.; Wlngv6-l--SstC^ ?

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MINERS' WAGES AT BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

MINERS' WAGES AT BROKEN HILL. The general manager of Block 10 Co.) Mr John Warren, on Tuesday night posted a notification to the effect that a. reduction iu wages was con templated. T!' notice is addressed to the ' fellow - ^tujrs-.and men, '. and states that ill view of the low price of lead a general reduction in wages to the extont 01 10 per cent- shall: take, ?place .while the lead is under' £13 per ton. Tixecoinpujy undertakes oil its part, that so soon as lead reaches £18 per ton the present wages will be re sumed without any application on the part of the men. It is expressly understood that no able bodied man will receive less than 7s per day. The salaries of the officers will be subjected to a reduction of 20 per cent. Ths parties are given until 3ist December to decide whether they are prepared to accept the company's proposals. Tho manager; in conclusion, declares that he feels assured that alt will ad mit that the matter cannot be presen ted with greater consideration, ,...

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