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A KANAKA HANGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

A KANAKA HANGED. A kanaka, named Qri Faugh, was hanged at Brisbane gaol oil Tuesday morning for the murder of Morris S ummers at Mackay . The condemned man was attended to by Rev. E. A. Eustace, to. whom ha had admitted that he killed -Summers because the latter used strong' language towards him. The kanaka behaved well in the gaol up till Friday last, when he he came obstinate and sullen. He slept well on Monday night, and ate a hearty breakfast on the morning of the execu- . tion. When placed on the drop the condemned man managed to raise his hands and displace the white hat, but the lever was quickly applied, the bod y fell, and death wdB*instantanecus.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FATAL QUARREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

A FATAL QUARBEL. Shortly Af tor 8 o'clock on Monday i afternoon at lichuca, two men oin pluvud on thu steamer Adelaide, owned by tbo Murray Bivor Saw mills CoiuiJany, Thomas btiields, tho engineer, aud John Johnson, a deck baud, bad wards on buai'il,- which oudod in u scuine, but thj two were aeniiratud by Captain William Thouip tiou. They, however, renewed their fight, and, after a rough and tumble, lasting for. a pouple of minutes, were again separated, Shields showing marks on his left ear and forehead. Johnson walked away, but Shields, picking up a bucket, drew some water from the river. This he placed upon the dock, and after standing still for a few seconds, suddenly fell; back on the dock, and expired; The tody was re moved to the morgue, and Johnson who walked to the police 'station, was arrested. The deceased was a very old resident of Echuca, and one of the best known engineers on the, river, having travelled on the Murray for upwards of 80 years. He leaves a widow, but no...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BERRIGAN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

BERBIGA1L WHEAT. UnTcr flats oi 8rd instant a corres !KM:-:»..i'M,yi :— ''Stripping is almost ptueral ifc -tUe:.Berrigan district. A nambe:«f easr.rilosliave been brought inla Bu.i^an, ^hjch are well up to tha'averagii quhlhy. Buyers until to day, have i*ua Bic-rc to operate. One line bfWoio, g.OOu bags, from the Clear Hills district for early delivery was under offered. ^to-aay, and realised 2s 4d. The crops are uveraging about 12 bushels p»r«M. '

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

OLD AGE PENSIONS. The fourteenth meeting of the Old Age Pensions District Board was held at tha Court House on Wednesday afternoon, when pensions were granted to Robert Wall work; John Brady and Susannah Milstead. -The claim of Mn.rv ? Napfmr Rnwn war -nrriflmS in stand over till th» 18th instant to en isMe compliance -as to residence. . That if N. j, M'L. Gillespie was further de ferred lot corroborative declarations. That of John Mackenzie was further deferred on.account, of his not attend ing as required by the Board. Claim ant G. '/. Stevenson was' ordered to obtain certificate' of his wife's decease. A3 the usual meeting day will fall, on Novr Years Day. .it was resolved that the Board sil on^Friday, 8rd Jaau &ry. A warrant undor ; section 83 was granted to Isabella Clanoy to enable A. 3. Wrignyo.xlraw the instalment of her pension, AH claims previously defarred were riyiewea.. .-. One hundred and forty six claims have been re ceivea, of Jwtish S8 have been granted, 8 w...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gruesome Imaginations. A Disordered Liver. The case of Mr. J.M. PALMER. (For the Leichhards standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

(gruesome Imaginations. A Disordered Liver. The Om« of Mr. 4. M. PALMER; (For the Ltichhardt Standard.) One of the most astonishing oases of re covery from a serious illness of long stand ing was investigated by'a reporter from this office in oroer that we may bring under th'. notico of our readers a practical illustration of the phenomenal success whii h a toi !ai:; branch of medics! eoience has achieved. Tlr evidence lias boen given liv Mr. !a\\\ Maw Palmor,' i«»iing'at No. ' ISO' AlW.oii-slreol, Lcichliardt, who minuted his ex;wrici:ces in the followim? uiaiiuc'1 : — ' Fifteen years of my t\fo wcroxiad: miserable through (ciitimwua iieurul^it pains in my. head, and similar p^roxysus cl intonse pain ofteu attackwl iuy iiilcrutl organs. Tlte toituro .».?;« M.rieli;ui ?» togien: that I usod to fuel im-liiia! io knock ni-; br&ins out. I often tiiuugiit my ir..nu' facQlliets wcic bueomiiv; w,-ak, ea 1 imuIc' not sattlo my miud ijiaj.rciilly to ilo niv clerical ViCii.'' « How d...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

. MKl BOURNE MARKETS. Fat Siikep.— Tho nm.Ut ««i «K» » lionvily supplied, 25. 7i.'' lm'-« -*^p yanlo.l, including 7,0iK) fn -?? Rivenrm. Ab.ul two-thirds of ih-- Mi.m.ly ranged from neond to uo.'ful ,li'« n|iliou.', ill'1 gn-niur jHirtioii conmstin^ --f light-wish!, luoiinods nnd thrae-nnrri f'( 'nil i«inir cruKabrod o*i-r. Tim ?Ii-mawl wrs dull and irruRular, ntul priced mlod It [)»r head lowvr thin fanner quotations. Quo (jiiioiin:— JViiMMOnwiilir-a wollier*, from llstjrf lo 13s O.I. oxtrado., from 14a to lG-i ; good do. from to fiJ io 10- 9! ; prime crossbred owns, (rum 8s fid lo 9s (I I ; extra prime, fat, nnd huuvy do., from lie -Jl t.i 12s 61 ; Rood do fro.n »h 9i ( ... t?a ; middling nnd inferior, frfin 5* (i.i ; prime merino wethors, from 10s to lla; extra do., Ht 12s ; good from 8* fid ; prime merino cert, from 7h to 8s Gi tolls 01 ; ini'Jillinst and infi-rior, .from 6.0; --«c.mJ, from istii to Ci ? inferior, fr..mS8«J. I' at Limbs. — 17,000 wero peimwi. Tho trn.lu dtiiiini...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHRISTMAS PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

OHBISTMAS PURCHASES. . None of us like missing a good opportunity. The Custom Duty has raised the price of so many things that it is a pleasure at this time to know that Hordern' Bros., in Pitt .Street, are still disposing of their enormous stocks at the old freetrade prices. Unfortunately, this cannot lost for ever as the rush is. very groat. Those* who wish to take advantage of the low prioes for their 'Xinas. supplies sbould send direct at once or get a friend to shop for them. Remember, tmpusfugit ! Now is the time to save money by sending to Hordern Bios.', Pitt Street, Sydney. -i -?-???

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Denlliquin Municipal Council. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

Deniliquin Municipal Council. Mnkimv Dbceubeu 2. Tho usual foitniBlii!/ mcvting of the %bo\v «r*« h«id on M-jnday evcuiug l»et »t the Council Chaml-rs. AMerman Jancv (4»»}or) occupied lh* ohair, and there were alBopreient Aldern.cn Talyor .Kelly, Kw}«, Jcnes, Perrin, Jeffemon, and Utcbford. Thn minutes of the previous mooting were read and oounriu.-d PAunrvpnVDEKCI!. Letters were revJ :-F.om J. G. EvanB, , M.P., saying the reserves for wood eulen , would have his imme'liate nUonunn j and , also sayioe that iho Worko Uepartmelit ] would tost the founddtions for the proposed , weir ; from the Municipal District of Broken Hill enclosing a copy of proposed alterations end additions to the Bill amending the Municipal tig»' Avt by tbe Municipal Council of Broken Hill. , .... It was decided that the lettor be held over until the 11th instant, when a meeting of the Committee of the Whole would deal with tbe suggestion. . From the Department of Lands saying the rasiUer of all Jrown Lands in ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHUCA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

KOJ.1UCA MARKETS. A very good yurdiuf; of cittlo caroa for ward for Saturdiy's ISohuca sido-, includ ina: nico nuii-ht light bullockaa'.id liaifora. Iiiduing wdB very brisk, ami jiiost. Ratio (uutury prices Wbre obtained. Quota tioim :— lrBt cows, primi', £S 15s ; fat rtcers, pood £7 18s ; do., mi'dium, £5 to £fi fa ; fat h»if--rN, £4 to £4 14s ; store »-ul)ioks to £4 18.4 ; Btoro huifetx, £3 12a ; iit'--e cows, £3 6s ; store steers, £2 15s to i.i. 1G&C1 ; oows and calves, £5 15s; yojulingB, £1 10s. Sheep — A largo yard ing both fat« and stovos. Tliu former were well co.nparod for . but stores were naBiar. Quotations :— Sleiini wethers, 6s Gi to 10a Ci ; erosslira; cwis, S)s ; crossbred 2-tootlis, 1« 3 1 ; fit lambs, primer 10s 4d ; do., rnnall, fn io }s 6d ; line of woHners, 2s 6d ; B;jcd ewes, 2b Hi. Pigs.— An average entry, snd -brinfe mari.ot, bnoom-n being iJijibiy firmer. Quotations : — 1'iinie bawutrfi, 46s 6d to 03s ; do., lighf, Sis to 43s ; ii.j.kerii, 32s ; Btores...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

' AUCTION SALES. Four auction sales to be held next. -week' lire advertised in.tbis igsne.^ Qn Tuesday next, at 11,80 b'cloek.llesars Mackenzie Brothers - will sell at the Council yards 20 head of saddle and harness horses ; aud on Thursday they ?will soil the household furniture and effects of Mr L. W. Quick, who is leaving the district. On Tuesday Messrs W. J. LUvies and Co will sell without reserve at his premises in Wick-street (nearly opposite Mr Brodies residence), the furniture and effects of Mr Horsinan ; also a horse and Abbott buggy ; and on Friday the same firm will sell on behalf of Mr Latohford, at his residence in George street, household furniture, etc., also hawker's waggon and harness.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

I PALINGS ,| is en i^srituticn li itself. B 'i:'. A~» iiKpi'i-iiun uf their vast H aasoitineut oft ''' ':. Jf MUSICAL I INSTKilMENTS | ' M ~- ?' «iii.«oaviniM.y'ou thai , ? :' % roK I -n dunibilitr arid purity of B ? iuha one1 cannot err in one's H | CHOICE. ? S All tho Latut Mutlc. B fl W Catilojcuti Frii ', B , S W. H. PAUNO sV CO., Ltd., I ? - 33B CEORCE tTDEET, SYDNEY. H

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

WJIBAT AND CEKEAL MARKET. At the Melbourne market on Wednes day, a uood domand for oats ww- roportt^ from 2m 21 io 2s S.Jd. Whe:ii in good demand up to 2a 8i4. Maize eioa iy at from 2s 8£d lo 2j 7d. Priiao birioy fet chod 3s (M, but very rIovt cf ki!o i pood feed siendy at from 2s 3d to 2s 4d. Peac EliU at 8s 63, und in fair damnud. Bran Fold up to &i, and poll.nl at GJ. Pota toes (new) realised i-3 5s f;.r enme. Onions (now) steady tt £3 fu. Ch»S ??ather dull ntfrom fCs to 77j -kl ; mejiui.1 qualities brought up to £S 10s

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THAT LETTER! [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

THAT LETTER! The following is a copy of the letter received from the Secretary of the Municipal Association giving his opinion on the recent election, and which caused the heated debate at the Council meeting on Monday even ing : — ' I beg 4o inform you that the Supreme Court has on several occa sions ruled that the Returning Officer has no power to reject nominations for informalities, one of the latest cases of this kind being ex parte T. C. Hum phrys, reported --at page 481 of our volume for 1893-7. The Returning Officer sbould have received the nomi nation, and if Mr Eynaston hud been elected he could have been ousted if there was an informality.'

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dr. O'Haran Created a Dean. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

Dr. O'Haran Created a Dean. The Very Rer. Dr. CHaraS', private secretary to Girdiosl Moran acd ertJAioi» trator of St. Mary's Cutl.miral, has had ooc ferrod on him by the Cardinal t'.te dowiBbi; of St. Marr's. In hia letter anftmolna tlie appointment to Dr. O'fluran, Cardinal Moran writes :— ?- I donoUiiuymore tba;i endorse the aoivcnal ncolaiin of oar Aus tralian Catholic peuplo when I cabfel- on jou me very iiomiraoie nistsnetion ot Veto of our Cathedral of jjt. Mary's. On «uoh in ocoasion you will |-erii::t me to congratulate you ou the Iriliiant vioiory which you achieved in vcur trials, and ou the ma/;uiii cent triumph which has crowned the in domitable courage u)d the lierioc endurance of whioh you, gave abumlint proof. Iu a former letter which 1 aifijressed to yon, I ventured to forte) that ^rcat good would re sult from tho outrageous conspiracy that was organised agaiuat you. Already, that prophecy has been uioet fully verified. It ib not only that your individual c!iaraoter...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EFFECT OF THE DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

EFFECT OF THE DROUGHT. At the Council meeting on Monday evening reference was made to the' street trees dying for . the want of moisture. The successive droug'c'i are also showing their serious roau in the indigenous growth apart f r Ji pasturage. In most of the sor jjj? western district of Riveriua it is nol.^jd by settlers aud others that ilio pine trees are dying in scores, aud it is feared that pine forests may bocome a thing of the past. Nothing can be done to prevent the timber, for the main want, viz., water, is out of the question, and with a long summer before us the inevitable docay must be groat. Not only are the pines dying but numerous other trees of the forest, that rely on therein- fall for their ex istence, are dying or showing signs of decay. We fear that Mr Forester Wilshire's efforts to preserve the forests will be much discounted from natural results vbis year. '

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

JOHN ADAM, ! Tobacconist, Ncwspcptt & News Agent, NAPIKR STRI3F.T, DENIL1QUIU. TMIK Ui-ferec, Kuml.iy limen, Arrow. «|-iii iiupi .I'liicn, 'I'ml ti, Wurker, Hawk K-t \-\-uu I'.in Itidpcvudciit, Wiiuluir Mftnii-. jilit H,,r,ii*w.,rlli» MacsirliiL-, PiclOilrl \|»(-:u.:ii« I1..' firs Xcw IVm-.y Monatinu. ] flia:.!., Cr.J Maita.-.icu. Oij-oII's Saimdny ; Juui-i.il aiimnli-iu .Inur!i'l, AastrnliRii ] i; ? Jn.|in:'i, Weirli-u'i Monthly, Leacli'h t)rtuii.n-uker iiiiHle .SmuLo. Union iacl. lfe'.uuiin 'I'nlut, O»e' Land kii.l Kca, l«nj-»' Kirs! ;ato Uliiary, HtiiVa^ Pill's l.ibmiy, llc.rt s Kurt: l.iliiiuy. Truu lllue War Lib rarj, lllusiraifl Hit'. Skctohy Hits, Til Hit*. Ally Klii|ii:r, Scraps, Simp ShoU, Ar.svc:.*, I'tirwin's WocLly, UIkiiiuiii), »'hotg Kitf.. ; lilualniwl Up-l'.-11atc, Boy»' U|)-t«- IJrK.1 Novelulte, AMiue H. Holiday, Olirilt -iim Ik-rald, Chrirtiau r.udgot, Police Budgd. Wuriil'a Comic, -Vm;ic Cul«, Ooroic Life. Colored Comic, Ulnslratel Chips, Vi oV Alt'- U|-, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONARGO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

C0NARG0 RACES. HThe Secretary of the Conorgo Jockey Club intimates in another portion of thisiseue that the day of closing for the principal races has beeu extended to Monday evening next; and that nominations for the Trot can be made up to the night of general entry.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

'BADLY CRIPPLED.' ' f' '''IBsS''™ BfcwimatJtm, a» Ita I yjB— 1- went, IsatortofUv I «?? log Death. H ohains I JjqHSjffifc^ a man to a chair, or ^?Hv^vJlSs b'nrfi blm tokbfA *nd HR W*VtTsW« metes out to him a BiH. i \i§ar **nf martyrnom. At , HSSl Y ' /KSS the best, RiiH-m-Usm BKaBjj-^gg1 Is ? p»mful miiady. in wSkj&ajjgSz&issix ptauMn) *nd Inuliic'. R^^^^^ TlusisXoUv. Iv'done iBt« i (' s?ss Mss li-' tDfl nse ° laN& xSSs^^t Morse's Indian R'»t Ufa s*i§ W& ^'''^ They carry '0 P^ ffiggmWP tliepoisonoiinaccuniK- I BS SffS!0 latiohs. whiph broi-d I W S m£lr andfou'diK-ase. They I I i fsjir increase the activity I M *R HBwll glands, and sen-l riuti, I I P^^ ll Pure '1'?''1'' througl' I I @^«4l to strcn^tncil e^ery I I si ^^fil organ of thoborly. Mr.f I J IF ^n JohnBoyce.ofllui'ter- months I was Mi .pwlthjhomnati ml. j- £ pr.ctic.lly a cripp'e. I ~uld f .\ llft ''?- Ud to my head;.1 I .ufierjd u, ,t 'W»«;'y I tried several remediw, but of no avail. Lss'ly, I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

Hotel TatteTOair8,Oeriiliqu!n. ?? .a. '{~3^y '-. '' (late oi Melbourne)^;;) ;? BEfeS to announce that he has takeo^|(#»ve well-knewn Hotel, which is now replete in every wMnl^Juid convenience. The rooms arelargei well ventilated, and the-;accomtnodation first-lass. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc\-§?Twd Dining Rooms. GOOD BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Genttemen's). HOT & COLD r . ? water. ?;,J;^-' ? . ; The Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed iB^lie Colon* Afrst-diMB ?j»fy/\ . Groom constantly kept in^ at^dance,^ £Ot-f- GRASS PADb6c&, iLOOSE E^tlSiklft) YARDS, Soeclal attention given to Livery, Bait and -*? K . ?'--.?? 1-ettlngr ..' -:.. ' ^ ;. J- ^laii Coaches for Hay, Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and ^borong start front jj^V- ? ?? ? ' TaUersall's. ?./.,: ,?-.?' .- -. ? ?' ?????' - :? — -x: — -. ,-. ' '?*?- r\.L\ billy keeps the best brands of Wirtes knd Spirits. % first-class billiard table and accessories. fy LEVY, Pnopnietop. t You need not send to Town EVERYTH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

LOOK OTji! i: :|tiDOK: OUT ! ^TJiAT FOR ? ?$'??' '??? ^: ?'????' . '''' '' \- '? SALE HO! SALE HO! SALE HOI Harrj^Davey, Bed House, Lyceum Stores, Third Block, Pall Mall, Bendigo, Is Holdiag one of the Largest Sales even held in BENDIGO. ' ?: i THE GOODS MUST GO AT ANY i PRICE. EVERYTHING In Our Warehouse Marked to ,. ' COST PRICE. '-.',,. l ? ?? :. .'v' '?' ' ? '''' ''' ? E FEVT OF. OTmiWSB^^^S^^^Jfi^^^^^ii t THE SALE IS NO SHAM. ~— . ? — — - , * OldPrioes. - SalePrioeB. | * ? d : - a d ':' 1 0 White Double 8beeting for 5| 1 0 White Colonial Fiannel for 6f . 16 0 Colonial White Blabkets (donblebed)for... ... 12 6 ( .'100 English WhitDey Blankets i SSATTP? (double bed) for... ... 10 8 OZXJLMa ? 4 Stripped Jlanneletto Cor . ' ? ?- -..?-? &oum , ? . l 11/ 2 3 2-vds wide Floorcloth for .1 6 \ 8 0 Ladies' MaoMntoses for ... 12 Q ?- ; 8 0' ladies' Fawn and Brown 1 Capes for ... ??? 4 H ! 10 0 Ladies' Fawn Jackets for 12 6 - 8 6 Ladles' Figured Black Drew t ?-.? r- ? Skirtrfor ......

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