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Hospital Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

Hospital Commlitee Meeting. „, ^r,!in»r« uioi'U'ly meilitt of the r'f ''','.« -U.O..1 'f An*'' Tttei»yev«i !ipVl.1 Vr K «? Uow«n (frewdeut ?'*= li7t{ lh'e diai'r, *nd there -nai wewut _„,! And confirmed. KcfOBIS. „ TrMKurei-'a report ghowed » credit ? ''^uhe A.J.S fcnk uf £347 fc Ud. ; Federal Cini AC, under which Mort fnd wLwon Dad wised lUe prices .of their ?-«tc0~rJi1B°oftLopinio0 that the Jon dWoot a,.plr to retail firms. He S't Mortaud Watson ohould stick to Xdrwndcr, nnd if they were Unwilling he uieirw.'' i , (lM- ...j oilbw them to r. :»« «P. aadtreel, tender, f ^lled for He moved to that fffeot. Mr TVret seconded the motion. H; ttoght i only right, that the fi™«hould IS to their tender: if the tanff had been |o«red there would uave been oo reduction mule. . ?.. 1 he motion was earned. Ur Noyes, iu his report, said the work had gone on smoothly eirioe b.t««or t. fnd there had only heea ten admissions. During th! month a Chinaman had died fromgeneml Pl)f.5Graham teported that...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Moulamein Police Court 28 November 1901. (Before Mr F. W. Garstang P.M. [?] Messrs McVean, Bailliere and Robson, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 December 1901

Moiilamein Police Cotfj 1' 2& November 1901- J (Before Mr F. W. G.«»jj Messrs McVean, Brfl «? 1 ,?'??-*'-???'?. Robsbn.Js.r-) '31 J. W. Chanter S'ook, WM J.--McNamara junior for thnt he« ^ the-carcase of a sheep on t^ ^M\ for mow than twelve hours «i w rf^ troying or burying *e same * rf coste L lOd, witneess °°«s®Jt^ PA drunk and disorderly wa«»^ with the option of 7 days ?» tbectio,| ' J. Jl Patterson brought m i w | the value of a number of orders g ^ various people on a contractor tort JuppliedVp''Dtiffs ^Zi »H Defendant did M**P5?Sd« tiff did flob produce the *^J%# which he etated had been g'ven^; hande of defendant lie ««£,„* Plamtjff stated it was th 'c'^\ M such, wasters order^ dwj ' 9 servants and wait for p*)'1 y fj P.M. pointed out by doing w^ 'Jjj parting^ith their «'«^JI^W andBUob disnonored ^Srtseaul«^ npon^hbuld be produced hto | ?b«qu»»9i »th»rte»if ««?»'? J ?? ?? ; ? -i

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Conargo Jockey Club. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Conargo Jockey Club. : ? ♦ — ? — THE HANDICAPS. Tie following weights have been de clard for the three principal races tobi; run at the annual Meeting of the above Club on Boxing Day : — C.J.C. Handicap, of £li. One Mile. Et.fc' J. Soil's b g OSCAS, 6yrs ? 9 5' A.Beeton's br m IRIS. 6yrs ... .„ 6 II1. A.McUaster'8-borbif,'fKVME,5jts ' 0 J. Richardson's ch m DEAR ME, aged 6 II BltiLABONQ FJ.UTIEB, OF £ 6. ' Sis Furlongs. 9st. Minimum. ? sUfcl A. V. Marshall's b m RDBY, aged ... 12 0 1 J. Bott's b g DNCAS, 6yrs ? 1! 5- A. Becton's b g EVERY TIME, lyre 10 5 B. Burns' blk ra BDKNESS. Bjts ... 10 W S.J.Outrflm'schmrRnDRKCE.Cm 9 6 *A.McMasier'sborbrgTRyS!!S,6jrs 9 il ?J^Blcbnrdson's cU ra DEAR HIS, used 9 OJ Habtwood Gift, of £7. 1 Six Furlongs. 1 Ei.llv A.V. Marshall's b in RU1SY, nged ... 91} I J. Bolt's b g tJNCAS, 6y.-6 ? S H A. Becton'e hr m IMS. fiyre ? 8 ' j J. Heaviside's bg MrJSIf'IAN,4jrs... ? 6J E. Burns' blk m BUltNKSS.oirs ... ' »!

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The First Test Match. AUSTRALIAN TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

The First Test Match. \ AUSTRALIAN TEAM. Messrs Trumble, Hill, and Noble the \ selectors of the Australian teams to'iiUt 1 against England, have chosLn.the follow 1 ing team to meet the English eleven in I the 6rst tea1 match, begiuoii.g on the 1 Sydney Cricket-grouud today (Fjj 1 day) :— ' j J. Darling (S.A.). j C. Hill (S.A.). I E. Jonea (S.A.). j H. Trumble (V.). 1 C. M'Leod (V.). j F. Liver (V.). I M. A. Noble (N.S.W.). j S. E. Gregory (N.S.W.). I V. Trumper(N.S.W). 1 W. HoweU(N.s.W.). 1 J.J. Kelly (N.S.W.). J L. O. S. Poidevin (N.S.W.), m I man. 1 Clarke, who bowled so well in the rt 1 cent i.'iatcli, New South Wales v. England, 1 is not available, us he is engaged in tie! examination in the final year of his medi- 1 cine^uurse. I

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Government Road Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Government Koad^f tracts. The foUowioji tenders f,.r mi *,Jri; this district have lietn nncned _ lp M-utnalo H.nia.— F. J 11...1 1259d;M.T.Sex,oll,i52. j'r1^1 ton, £50 ; John Geddes. jr.,' iffji^n JCfw0 tuD*-16dalc-Wcji : 7-eiuTunin tiUnna.— G R u,,:,, ? £120 15s 6i ; E,ury Uros., £!«« 'JrUalld» Moulamoin io*ard^ Swan Hiif »?-, Sid^-Nu'GU')IganibUR''iUl«C-ti D.njliquiu t. BuDnrnnoomana -3,,.-j - Gl^tt, £109 7. Cd ; E4 j£* Barhatn to Moulamein.— P p S™ '? £115 ; Enry Bros , £179 2S 6cf '' '-? D.;iiiliquin to Berrigan ? David fiu i colr^s^'10111'10'--0'111^^ Hill Plain to Mathoura.—P n «! *?? ton, £98; Man in Phyland, ' f'jn . » * thony Oldham, £100 2s C3 ; Etnry Brb I £122 7s. *' ;{ Barhani to Mou'amein. — H^nrv Part '' man, £18 10s ; John Forbes, £19 ? f ,, A Hill, £21 ; F. J. BBiler. £22 1O3 ° \ Samuel Stevens, £29 15s. '

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Special Petty Sessions Court. REVISION OF JURY LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Special Petty Sessions Court. . ? #_a ? REVISION OF JUfW LIST. On Monday morning last a special Petty Sessions Court was held for the purpose of revising the Jury list for the year 1902. The Chairman of the Bench (Mr F. W. Garatan?, P.M.) was presout, aud the following Justices of the Peace also anBwered to their names : — Messrs E. P. Berryman, G. H. Berryman, V. S. Black, U. J. Carew, Jas. D;cksun, T. W. Druitt, Geo. EvanB, P. Fagan, F. B. S. Falluner, John Hetherington, Henry Holschier, Dr. Graham, G. B. Iselin, John Kelly, A. E. Kinsey, F. Loder, B. H. Landale, Win. Leetham, John Lewis, O. McAllister, B» W. McLaurin, Alex. McCollougn, W. Nesbit, C. B. Opitz,G. H. Perrin, H. J. Poynter, D. fteid, D. Tennant, C. Uphill, O. Walker, A. B. Walker, and Jas. Watson. Before proceeding with the revision of the Jury list the Police Magistrate said it was a pleasing duty for him to be present for the first time and take part in the duty that bad called them together that day. He was please...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Daring Robberies. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Daring Robberies. w ? The inhabitants of Wick-street, in the east end of tho town, w*-re thrown into a state of excitement on Sunday morning last when it became known that two robberies had taken place at the dwelling houses of Air E. Trist and Wit J Dauckeri, either late on Saturdav night or early Sunday morning. In the for mer case tbe thief took Mr Tris'e trousers (which contained 15s 4d in money) by placing his arm through the bedroom window, but in Mr Danokert'a case he was more daring, for he got through the dining-room window (which was open), went to the room where Mr Danckart was sleeping; took his trousers off a towel rack, emptied the pockets --f 25s 6), wild placed tho trousers ou the dming room table. Information was given to the police immediately after the robberies had been discovered, but there was little to go upon as the robber had lef ? no traces behind him, On M'.nduy morning the pilice were iuformed of Another robbery at Mr A. T Jones' private residence. In thi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHEDULE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

SCHEDULE. That part of tbe Central Division of the State of New South W ales included in the Land Districts of Deniliquin, Hay, and Corowa, counties of Wakoo), Cadell, Town send and Deoison, within the following boundaries : Commencing on the right bank of the Murray or Hume River, at the south east corner of Barham Pastoral Holding: and bounded thence by the eastern bound ary of that holding and the eastern bound aries of Beremcgad and Nyang Pastoral Holdings bearing generally northerly to the Kyalite or Edward River ; thence by that river downwards to the south-east corner of Warooma Pastoral Holding ; thence by part of the east boundary of that holding bearing northerly to the Houlamein or Billabong Creek; thence by that creek upwards to the south-west corner of Caroon boon Pastoral Holding ; thence by the west boundary of that holding bearing northerly to its nortb-weBt corner; thence by the northern boundary of that holding and the northern boundaries of Zarn., Booabula, and Bo...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Vat Sur.F.r.— 26,000 -nrnV-l. T.lio cri./il/;r ti.irl.ioii ceiwislod of middling nnd ]iifiii-irdosci-i|-linn»- O|-.-m'S sal'* '«'- practically uiicliungcd, with 11 i-tuady de ninnd forlicsl « ethers nmi uam.T for other evades. The mm Wet, Imnovr, gradually wakened, ami i' tnoimter pirb of the ilny hhIch wore d fllcult to effect at low wethers, from Ilsttl to I3h 3d ; oxtra do. do., from 13.4 9d lo Jfi. ; good do. do., from Oh to 10s Hi ; middling do. iiu., from Hs: prime crossbrod owos, fr -m 8a Od to 5)8 0.1 ; extra prime nnd lioavy do. do., from 10s fid tt- 12s ; g'H.d do. d«., from 6b (M to 8s ; middling mid inferior, from 5s ; lwst merino wot hern, from 9s Cd to lls ; ,'O'J -Io. do., from Ks to 9i .W ; middling do. do., from (is 3il t« 7a Cd ; inferior, from 4s 3.1 to 5s !M ; best inorino ewoa, from -3s !lil lo 8s ; second, from 4b Od 10 fts ltd ; inferior nnd nuiidoscript, from 2a to 3s fld. Fat Lamijs.— Fourlcon Uiou»and wore jionnod. Fort ho paucity of prim...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Boer War. PRIVATE J. E. MASON KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

The Boer War. FMVAT15 J. E. MASON KILLED. It is with fooling- of sincere regret ilist wo inform our r.ndera tint * itlcgiatu tr«s received yi-BtimUy afternoon from the Chief Secretary's . U |i»rtment of tlio Queensland G'.vorniueut announcing tlio death of Privnti! James E. Mrs .n. Tho tc'li'irrniii received bv his imrunts read us fo!l-iwe :— ' Regret to inform you that advice has been received from South Africa that Piivate Mason was killed near Elundborg, Wakkerslroom, on ilr.li in stant.' When tho news bocaiue generally known it cast quite a gloom over the town, for deceased was' a young man admired by all who c*me in contact with him. He waa a devoted son .to Bin parents, a kind brother, and firm friend, and we only cclio the Heulimen's oE tlio residents of Deniliquin when we condole with tlie bereaved family in the affliction that has bo suddenly overtaken them. When the war first commenced if. was a hobby with deceased to go 10 South Africa and tak« part in the fighting. With ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rabbit Act of 1890. The following notice, which is taken from the "Gazette" speake for itself:— [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Rabbit Act of 1890. Tbe tallowing n -tie*, which it Ukcn from the 'Uaielie.' wo»k» for itae'f :— In accordance with the provisiuni of the 12th Section ul ilia ?? Babbit Act of 1890,' it is hereby notih.-d that it U the inU-iilion of Hi« Exoelluiicy the Lieu tonant-Ruvei no ?, with the advice of the Executive Uoimcil, after tbe expiration of thirty days from the dato hereof (November 3()tb, lUUl), to de clare, by Proclamation in the Government Uatette, the lands specified in the following (Schedule, wbloh in bis opinion, are overrun, or in danger ol being overrun, by rabbiU, to be rabbit-infested. W. P. CRICK.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHUCA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

1CCIIUCA.MAUKKTS. Considering farmersare busy liaiTCrling thero was n giod yarding of cuttle al Kcliuci on Saturday, Tho nttunJanco also was good, and prices obtained were about equal to Into rates. Quotations: — Fat bullocks, heavy, £9 ; fat bullocks, medium, £7 10s to £8 ; fat heifers, prime, £0 15s : do., light, £3 17s to £5 ; fat cows, £4 16s tc £5 If5s ; forward bullocks £5 15s ; store stoors, £4 8s ; do., young, £2 ; storo heifers, £3lis ; cows and calves, £4 5s. Shoop.— Only a munll yarding. Quotations: — Merino ewes, 7s 9d ; cross bred owes, 7i- !)i ; prime lambs, 10s ; young lambs 5s. Pius. — A go.,d entry and brisk market. Quotations : — Baco- ners, 34b to 43s ; p.'rkcrs. 25s ti 35 ; do. light 19i Gd ; stores, IDs slips, 14s ; suckers, 8s Gd ; wean era, 3s to 4s 9d. Horses — Only a very Jew forward. Hacks sold up to £3.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REVOKED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

REVOKED. Special area No. 28,211, proclaimed 28rd November, 1896, within the re sumed area of North Wakool holding, containing 880 -acres, has in by notice the Government Gazette been revokec

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Old Age Pensions Amending Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Old Age Pensions Amend in? Bill. 9 A bill to amend the Old Age Pensions Act was read a fire time in the Legislative Assembly early ooFriday morning. One of the chief features i. the~biH is the providing of machinery to compel children in well to-do circumstanois to contribute to the support of their iidigent parents. By the new bill the old, district boards are dis solved, and a district authority, having similar powers, constituted such authority to be a stipendisty or police magistrate, or other person appointed by the Governor. There are some tew provisions regarding the income and accumulated property of ap plicants for pensions, and it is proposed to enact in the bill mat income shall not in-' elude any precarious or fugitive earnings, nor board and lodging given in return for labor, or given by. relatives or friends. The period of two years mentioned in the first proviso to section..^ of the prinoipal Aot as the period during which occasional absence shall not be deemed to hav...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET. The oat market in Molbonr.10 on Wed nesday was steady, prime realising up to 2s 3d, And good food at from 2f 11 to 2s Sd. Wheat linn, and in eood dem.ini, prices ranging at from 2s 10 Ji to 2s llri. Maize steady nt previous day's sales ; 2s Gid to 2s 7d. Barley unchanged : prime brought 3s Cd and food 2s '3d. Poas, hand-threshed, 3s Gd, and mnchin« threshod, 3s to Ss 3j. Bran remained at 9d, and pollard at from 91 lo OJd. A stead}1 market for nmr |)-it,itoef nt £3, -and onionB few, commanded £3, thorc being a steady demand nt that price. Chaff, prime, sold at £3 15s ; evtra gro.-n prime sold up to £3 17s. TJ10 market .was well GUppliod with chaff.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY TO TOCUMWAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

BAILWAY TO TOOUMWAL. In the Victorian Legislative As sembly on Wednesday Mr Trenwith, in moving that the question of connecting Tocumwal by means of a railway with the existing system be referred to the Railways Standing Committee for consideration and report, said there was a division of opinion locally as to whether the line should be continued from Strathmertpn or Yarroweyah, Tocumwal was on the New South Wales border, and the proposed ex tension would be the means of securing for the Victorian railways Riverina traffic that tho department estimated at £9,000 per annum. The local traffio would also be considerable, as the district through which the line' would pass -was one well adapted for wheat-growing. Lieut.-Colonel Reay : What about' the Interstate Commis sion? -Mr Trenwith: Even with tho Interstate Commission, it would be im possible for grain to be carried as cheaply to Sydney, a distance of over 400 miles, as it oould be brought to Melbourne, little more than 160 miles. T...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIVER LEVELS EDWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

RIVER LEVELS EDWARD. ne.niliquin, Sft. Oin. Moulamein, 4ft, 4in. MPKUAT. Albury, lft. Sin. Euston, SOfu Iin. Eobuca, 8ft. 4in. Wahgunyali, 3ft. 6wan Hill, 8ft. 6in. MCKHUMlilDQEE. Gnndagai, 2ft. Salrnnald, 10ft. Sin. Hay, 3ft 2in. Wogga, 2ft. lOin. ? ' ~ parliko. Wentwprth, 13ft 3in. Pooncario, 3fu Sin. Monindie, 2ft. Tin. Wilcannia 211. 9ia.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONARGO JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

CONARGO JOCKEY CLUB. A meeting of the Committee of this Club was held at Mr White's Billabong Hotel on Monday evening. Mr E. W. Mann (President) occupied the chair, and there were six other members present. Nominations were accepted and checked for the three principal races, which showed that seven entries had been received for the Hartwood Gift, four for the O.J.C. Handicap and five for the Billabong Flutter. The Secretary informs us that entries for the other events will show a substantial increase on the above before the night of general entry, Friday, 20th Decem ber. The Committee, in response to a request by a number of Deniliquin bicvele riders, decided to rive a nriza of £2 10s for a road race to take place on the morning of the races. The Secretary also states that an awning 60 x 10 is to be erected for the comfort of visitors, that Mr Jas. White will supply a capital luncheon for the hungry visitors, and that Mrs Pitman will have a plentiful supply of ice to quench the thir...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

. The fixtures of the Australian cricket team, which is to visit England next year, have been published. Five tost matches have been arranged, and in oaoh of these play will be limited to three days'. _ SlAJOE-Goncral Sir Herbert C. Cherm side has been aupointed Oovoraor of Queensland, in succession to Lord Lam iugton. When Don Walkor defeated Zimmer man/ who whs then the world's champion, the Utter said ' It was a really line ride, and he is a splendid sprinter. ' Now that \\ alter bus picked up his wonderful Gpnntagiin, the question is will lie keep we 1. \\ »ikor ]las Doen rac;ttg bucooss tully for twelve years.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

FIEE. Shortly after five o'clock yesterday afternoon the fire bell rang out on alarm, and within a few minutes the streets were crowded. The brigade, however, did not turn out, as a mes senger brought news that the house at one time occupied by Mr H. J. Wooldridge— a distance of over a mile away — was the scene of the conflagra tion. The house was occupied by a .family named ' Birrell. -;.The ' parents were'' 110t'«it -tpioo-wton £ha_.fira.jQC ourred, and little is known how it originated, but as the house was built of wood it was good demo lished by the fierce flames that wore fanned by the strong wind blowing, aud only a few articles of furniture were saved. We have been informed that the build ing was insured in the Liverpool and London Globe Insurance Company in the sum of £415. The agents are Messrs Horwood and Raleigh, and the owners of the property the A.J.S. Bank. Limited.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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