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Items of News. AN OVERSHOT DAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Items of News. AN OVERSHOT DAM. Some few weeks ago Mr E. Mahon, of Conargo, wrote to tho member for the district, Mr J. G. Evans, asking him to use his best endeavours with the Government in having an overshot dam erected on the Billabonc; Creek at Conargo. Mr Mahon informs us that during the week he received a com munication from the Department of Public Works stating that a sum of £200 had been placed on the Estimates for the construction of same.

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

B»^ext, 17th inst. ^H AT AUCTION ROOMS ^^H (EoEenfcld's Old Stores). ^^B At 2 o'clock, Sharp. _ ?ffBfl?K K.^LT has received instructions ??H from MR Pbed. M0OBE, to Sell by ^^E_ Auctloa- the ^ole of his well ^Household Furniture ^H AND EFFECTS. ^H D^ d' Wire 'aWasscs, Cedar ^B Cn,,? Chest Drawers, t3hildrBn's ^^B Linr,'t olU CarPet- LarSe Dresser, ^H Sr8'0^^. Tables, Cooking ^H W 't' ? '? &c- °'Penters Tools; ^^Hr« AL50' - i ^^t^l^DEDBrjGGY& HAENESS VICYCLE ROAD RACE ? C0NARQO7 ^^B- OK »°xing Day, December 26 ^K''.' ?» flil of M^l D%uaDd riderfl Wil1 ^R0l°5tiJhanC!0^,wUh Mr A- T. Jone«. ^B;,'i; 2s . oibeS o S «WWPMW with a ^^?^ed; anrf ° (he cntry will not be ^?''^inStoS Bece^^ace «£ M-wIII be ^H mEt»«ttBpn«prningotraoc. . — DENILIQUIN — Birthday Racing Club (Registered uuder A.J.C. Rules.) ANNUAL MEETING. MONLAV, 27th JANUARY, 1902 l'ltOUHAMMli: TUlAh HANDICAP, of 5 tors. Dislance, eix furlongs. For all horses (hat have never won n Eace of over the value of £10. Ent...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. [?] DECEMBER 9. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Ppolice Court, ! ..lJ.v.:OF.«m»r.ii0. I m.f.i:''1'1 ...... 1....1 li. nnd bistort Etei were, and 'crMlrt llilu w,,ore t os. Wiine's i Z said 'down the !&«*»?£ ! th on U with .«.«! Passer «s |e P*d« S« produced to Lynch r^i^iShtaB he knew any of ?ret, and askod '.« m « h handkerchief I*'' U° Tuced hadVen his property. l^nd,llCT aid hedi^posed of them Ctries? Lynch said ne i Williams I Vh^J question, «d at first |ss asked the sin S „ but I i he know »°th''j5d *ome of the things ?,,SL- ns. or tne ' 4I ^ j „ u i,om,,Son »«s . ^ ]( the K tC tad been drinking together. KShmUim stated that he wm Cof the OWfellows' Hotel. He ET.cca.ed ; they came to Ins hotel ?d told him some tilings ; he was not ? dealer in e.cnndliand clothes. He Itenv ards Rave notice to the police. He Ctilied the cnat and trousers ho bought Km Thompson. The accused Williams ?d witness a white coat, a colored shirt, Bdastriurd handkerchief. Thompson ?re the moiey he got from witness to Kncli. He had known accused...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deniliquin Gun Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Deniliquin Gun Club. Oh Salrrday lant the members of the Doniliquin Gun Club held a most successful ehoot on the Cricket Ground. Principal interest was centred in the handsome cup donated by Mr U. Lcetham. At the com pletion of tho eighth round four shooters wore left in, viz,., R. H. Turnbull, A. R. Raleigh, C. Maver, and J. Galway. The three last named all missed their ninth bird, and R. Turnbull killing was declared the winner. The President of tbe Club (Mr W. K. Clarke) presented the trophy on the ground, aud Mr Turnbull suitably re plied. Tho following arc the details of the shoot ing for tho Loetham Trophy aud the three swoepstakes shot for : — No 1 Sweepstakes, of 5s. \ (First Miss Out.) Kills. P. Dcvcrall, 27yds ? H 1* C. Maver, 2lyd« ? 14 l» A Clarke, 23yds ? 13 0 G. Leetham, 26yds ? 13 0 W. Morris, 25jrds ? 12 q C. MiddlemiBs, 23yds ... 10 0 G. Casloy, 21yds ? 7 0 J. Galway, 25yds ? 7 0 A. R. Raleigh, 20yds ... 4 0 H. O. Parker, 23yds ? 3 0 A. Maver, 21yds ? \ Q E. B. Cott...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deniliquin Police Court. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 6. (Before the Police Magistrate) THE CHINESE CANES [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Dentliquin Police Court. KbipaT, DuXMnrR -V llWor* the I'oliw Mugifiisif ) TltcCniMffiE CAsr.' 1-mMv Ui.iR -iook (nn bill) «., riiirgod n ith llini hf -liH on or about, tin- liili *y ofOciubfi IB01, enmr Uir .vi«t* --f New South W«lm wlilmut h«%ing |»id ilw »om if /I no or liarincMri «?*»« '*-''' -?''- PMl1 f »r him, contrary to the Onncf.. Kcetriolion o.U.1 K.MUIHlluU Ac' »l 'StfS. Mr A. H. Winili-ycr win. np|iiarc,i lor t!m crnorii ,.ln»,i,.-l lint BUilt.V UM'l tlu! film* l!*i 'h. I,. Wilkinson npponicil for tlie prosecution. Vincent Summers Wilson, Cu«loms Oflicor, pave cvidenoe similar lo that givrni in inc jircvioue o»w». To Mr Wlndeyi-r : Around wan beiorc court, on Monday on a nimilar elnirgt; and wm dliobsiftsd. WiUiBBH milhoriwd Ins ftrreBl nfler tho OMf. and lio wns taken to the lockup yard. He doclinod to answer the question as to whnthor he was autlio rifca by bin Department to renrreel Oing Gook. To Mr WilkiiiBon : This Is a Rncond charge for tho aanio offence. Constabl...

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Moama Poiice Court. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17. (Before Mr F. W. Garstang, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

Moama Poiice Court. ? ? ♦ ? . H ' .Tuesday, December if. ^M (Before Mr F. W. Garstang, P.M.) H Gordon Brozedick was brought Dpit^H custody charged with having entered tbe ^^H house of Margaret Eerr in the night «iih^| intent to commit a felony therein. . ^M Constable Piowman gave evidence tf^H arrest. ..^H lienrge H. Harris, manuger of Caonei-a agunga Aboriginal Mission Station, da-l posed that by order from the Al)ori°ii»fl Protection Board he had told accused, ? who hid just returned from Gaulbml gaol, that he would not he allowed mm any^-f the Government Sta'.ions, mi tbitl be wan a trespasser. From nometbisjB witness heard on the 14th and 15ih ustM he. reported accused to the police. M Annie Hamilton, half caste, v'AfM stated accused stayed at her house on tkfl night of the 11th instant liv her count! sleeping in the sam» bedroom as hermfl In the night she n-as awakened lijumij ono;pull''g :the bhnkete uSt her. MM touched her shoulder saving ' Shift over.'B She had'ji child lyin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

Small Debts Court I Wednesday, Decemew 18. ? , (B*f.-re the Police Magistrate.) ? S. Burehfiold v. J. Gillespie, Jnr ChhnB for goods sold, £1 f£ 2J. Plainiff s- J« that £ 1 3s 8d had been paid since tM summons wa* iteuod, and a verdict nifl given for the balance, with 4s 1M m. ? K. Hennesay (Mr Wilkinson) v. F W ? Duane. Claim for board and Inilriiw cfl 6s. Verdict for amount, with Cs costs, S Samft v. P. Buane. Claim {or katdH and lodging, £2 Is 6d. Verdict {»? amocnt, with 6s costs. H Same v Hoy. Claim, £1 6s for boujfl and lodging. Verdict for full anontH and 6s coats. H D, and J. Peevers v. Patrick SeitoiH Goods sold, £6 2s 4d. Dcfendatt ad.H mitted the claim, and asked for tine igB which to pay the amount. He RaBorfcrciH to pay £1 on the first Saturday of ctcijH month, with 5s costs and 63 Kitnsis'iH expenses. j^t

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Police Court. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18. (Before the Police Magistrate) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

Police CourT \ [?] VTA Ri-li (»«M|»anr of \,,i 1 y. E. H. Cotton. Allowi,,, I *'1Wl'«) 1 L' EndstrecL Pleaded ifuikv ,'',^1 fined 2» 6d, with 4» 10a *,',« ui '«?! ?££th. houroftns* ^^4 DefcnW Pleaded guilty, »nd' ^l 5s, with 4s 10i com.. y- d *te hed oarae v. James Emrv riri..- 1 out a light. Pleaded guilt, Z''- **? I ]&,, and 4s KM CHuftK',^.5^! .rate remarking that be v.a8 I '^l the by-Ww* of the Cundl \07,'stl permit him t,, award a io«,r' 21 '?* 1 thar, the Council may in ua dil9' ^* I make « refund. dlsere^ I Same v. William Heriot Alw I cow-to Btray in K.nn-sreet S'i guilty, and was fined 2s Cd, with J^Jl T. W. Druirt was charged Bimil,i I and as he had been previoS fi I1' I s.m,Ur charge in Apr.l he wa'Sffil pay 7* 6d «id 4s lOd costs ** ^1 Same v Arthur Hawker. Drivin. I vehcle ova the footpath in EndSL*! Defendant pleaded not guilty and wa^ 1 fended by Sir Wilkinson. After «*£? had been t»k,n the case was diara s^l S»me.v. John Bell, for all,,* I™* j, 1 bullocks t.-...

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Tocumwal Police Court. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13 (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr W. E. Meek, J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

Tocumwal Police Court. Friday, December 13 (Before the Police Magistrate and Mr W. . ? E. Meek, J.P.) Kdward Thomus Watson was charged with stealing certain monies tu wit, one note for £10, one sovereign, 7s in silver, one hat of no value the properly of Wil lian Phillips. . Accused was arrested in Bendigo and remanded via Deniliquin' to Tocumwal, He elected summary juris diction, pleaded cuiltry and was sentenced to two months impriBonment with hard ltbor in' D. niliquin gaol. Under the First Offenders Probation Act, on accused entering into recognisances of .£20 and his siep-hiother, Ann Watson, in a like amount for his good behavieur for 12 months be was libentted. William Brown was charged with steal ing one bolt of canvas, value 3E2, * the property -of Geo. R,. Jeffries. Accused elected summary jurisdiction, pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to three monthB imprisonment with hard labor in Deniliquin guol. In the evidence it'ap fenred that, Brown had Bold the ;oMiva» to h Hindo ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OLD AGE PENSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

OLD AGE' PENSION. The Mr Gillespie referred to in this journal some time back as having applied for An old age pension is not Mr John GiUespie, sexton, as some persons imagine. Shropshire sheep from the flock of Mr David Bullar, of Corstan Coupar, Angers, Forfarshire, Tasmania, were sold by auction on Wednesday morn ing, and averaged £84 8s 4d each. One ram went to 70 guineas. A cyclone swept over Singleton on Tuesday night, doing great damage to the fruit crops. Part of the roof was torn off the railway station and goods sheds, while the engine-shed was com pletely demolished. The death is announced of Prince Consort, who, wheD owned by Mr E. G. Brodribb, ran fourth in Bravo's. Melbourne Cup. He was by Rich mond from Queen Consort, and the sire of a number of winners. Tbe Mr Brodribb referred to is the gentleman who gave 4600 guineas for the two year-old Titan, who never won a race with Mm. He was the biggest better, for a backer, while he lasted, the Australian turf has known.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

BIATOTOET SIOLAUXI0H' Wal«, do solenuur mxS ttoonOfr tfukn *U« h»v» «anfaa- nad thi cas»md dominant, .oouM* top a ttuMfelkt, cad eoaawnUnlj tunbirel Jro on* to thnt. uTtbal It sutauii JbiU a t£i »« JaUbhil auoriii etnjrBlsiHS aodean b* {Twain »op'«. and al«o«--\UU»«oTfal!f-.m!Mlea tomb. Usa Is nr war soy ?UtMBsc&-»luob I lirs vchnt*£r,' rtbenT owMim. anj~t«AnE ami I mall this solemn dMl»tl5c-i ensdiatiou) ??Usvluc (if «?«? to t* «rw. nH ty virtue ol to prrrisUot ol cp Aet n»td« xc&wmA -? tbi ala ^ftUiriimeJIurpr^tHtl^ts^tubd'^Ai tc j imJiM won igitml cfcoUSe - ol Oaths au »p_a of Mm GcTwasu-t rt H«v-nnk ITalaa 'tS tgjg».«t;*»j| Md eztn-jaCloltl OktbS ^^_ WILLIAM BINBT FUTILU, J.P,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ECHUCA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

ECIIUCA. MARKETS. Tho yarding of «Lt!o'-t; Eohuca on Snturd»y wan a fair oijo, and the Bttend »nco about tho urerapp, though prices, if any alteration cad Ira noted, were Blight ly lower. QuotMtiors':— Fat otters, prim,, £« 10, n- £?} 19, Sd ; do., light, £6 Unto £6 Is; fit cons, ptimo, £7; othen., £4 18n ; fat heifers. £3 9,i to £6 Is ; forward com, £3 18a ; vealeis, £2 ; yearling!!, £1 18s. Siieoi-— A fair entry and prime mid well ; others neglected. Quotation* : Cronsbr. d wethers, prime 11s Cd ; others, 3s 2d ; mixed crossbreds, 9a 6d ; crocihred ewn-, 7» 101 to Ss 3d ; fat lambc, 10* Id to lls 31 ; Rtore lambs, 4s 6d. l'ijp—x large yaiding of good pigs, Bid improved prices. Quoiations :— Primo baonirrn, C6s ; do., light. 43s to 48s ; porkem, S6s to 41s ; stores, 10a to 21s ; slips, 7s 6d ; weanors, 49 ? suckers, 6s 9s.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN INTERESTING POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

AN INTERESTING POINT. In the case of tho Inspector of Nuisances v. William Heriot for allowing a cow to stray, beard at the Police Court on Wednesday, Mr Wilkinson, who appeared for defen dant, submitted that the prosecution must fail, on the grounds that under section 80 of the Police Offences' Act defendant could be charged with a similar offence, and that the penalty was different to that imposed under the by-laws of the Council. If the by law of the Council was not ultra vires, said Mr Wilkinson, there was nothing to prevent the Council placing a penalty on their by-laws same as under section 80 of the Act quoted. Ma Gillies argued that the Council was given power to prosecute for the good Government of the town, and quoted page 284, Part 19, of the Municipalities' Act. Tbe Police Magistrate, said that Judge Innes when Attorney-General save - his opinion that if the duties cast upon the Council were neglected, it was incumbent upon the police to take them up. The by-laws of the ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket Notes TRADES v. DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

Cricket Notes TRADES v. DKNILIQUIN. On Saturday last the above uami met on the local Cricket Groun I in the fin' wt* 1 ' of the second round for tho Winrlevcr shield end Mr W. Lai-thorn's premien»hi|- t'opny. The day was rather warm, aud the »U*nd unoe moderate. A. K. Purrin led the Trades, and A. H. Windeyer Deniliquin. The former won the toss and decided to bat, his team putting together 147 rune before the last wicket fell, principally thiongh the fine baiting of Morris and Allibo', who scored 41 and 48 respectively. The only other batsman on the fudes side to reach double figures wor F. Jewell, with 13 to his credit. Ueniliqtiin at the call of time had lost five wiokeu for 63 runs, and the match will be concluded to-morrow (Saturday), when an interesting finish is anticipated. The fielding of both teams was good. Tho following are the scores : — TRADES— First Innings. W. Morris, b Leetham ? 41 F. Lcethun, b Raleigh ? 7 A. Winetanley, b Raleigh ? 0 W. Briggi, run out... .- -? ° -...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET. On Wednesday the Mcllionrno wheat market wan firm, at 2e lOJd ta 2a lid, ac cording to position, and a fair buninsss has been dona. There is some pressure for delivery this rnrr.th, but available supplier coct'inoe lobe canty. At auc tion, oot of C15 bigs offered, 223 baps in ferior tn fair wht- \X. mere sold at 2i 9M to 2s 104d. Oi.' s. S« Si for «ood heavy fetd ; medium 2« and 2» Id. Blaise firmer, at Ss 7d. Bartay quiet at 2s 3d to its 6d Potatoes. « It* to £3 ; firm. Onions up to £3 ; cteady. Chaff, £2 lfa and £2 17s Od. Br«D, 9Jd. Pollard, 9Jd.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BACK TRACK TO COBRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

BACK TRACK TO COBRAN. For many yean past the travelling public bavo used wbat is known as tho back track to Cobran becauso it is much shorter and more convenient. Thia track leads past the freezing works. But lately the road has beon fenicd across, and a few notices put up informing tbe public that there is no road, i'rom wnat we can learn, it would appear that tho manager of Warbreccan is responsible for this course. Whether be is legally justi fied or not we are 'not going to say, but we have no hesitation in express ing our views on tbe subject by re marking that as the road in question baa been used for so many years by all classes, and is so convenient, that the road should be open to thorough fare, and steps should be taken to bring this about at once as tbe ques tion is one of public interest.. Almost any day we bear that people have got as far as the freezing works only to learn that the road bas been closed, consequently thoy are obliged to turn back and go via Brassi. We d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Mayor Prosecuted. FOR REFUSING TO SIGN CHEQUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

A Mayqr Prosecuted. - — 1 — * ? FOR REFUSING TO SIGN CHEQUES. An unusual «ss- was heard at the Jeril derie Police CourO before Mr F. W. Gar stong, P.M., onUVedoesday, last weok, when the .MunifSjjal Council proceeded against J. C. (Win on a charge of having, on October 21; £fused as Mayor to nigu Cheques, duly nithorUed |« payment by the Counoil.- ??). ; _ ' ' Mr Meillon appeared . tor tne uouncu, whioh was represented hy Alderman Steele. Evidenoo wa/given that on Qotober 21 certain aocourts were submitted to the finance comMlee for examination, were examined by ttiBm, and subsequently sub mitted to tbeqoinoil and passed for pay ment ; and that the Mayor afterwords re fused to sign 'thi cheques. At the Council meeting held1 01 the 10th. alt. Alderman Steele was sutlorised to proceid againBt the Mayor under the 168th and 260th sections of the MuniTipaliticB' Aot. Alderman Steele went to the Mayor prior to instituting pro ceedings, anl asked him to sign the.ohequos. The Mayor rifuBed ...

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New South Wales Harvest. WHEAT AVERAGE, 12.8 BUSHELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

New South Wales Harvest. ? » ? . WHRAT AVERAGK, 12.8 BUSHELS. Mr Coghlan, Gorerument Statieticinn, . estimates that the whnat harwt of iitn South Wales « ill be IS.7CS.89e bushels from 1,470 400 acres, or an average yield of 12.8 bushela lo the acre. Asccmpared with iMt harvest this ebom n ritorease of 6C,2iH) acres in area cut for (iraii, an iocrents of 2.2 bu«helc in this yield ptr acre, and an in crease at 2,674,930 bashele in the , cluul crop. Tho wftratoii Iirv croc ha «titnat«- at 34S.4M tons for S(IS,3J0 acras. Tttkinj[ the harvuei on the exportation! of crop corrr-fwndetitB, the scuth-wwlero slope, embracing ihe 'listriou fron! Cotr.-a, Grenfell and WyalonK to Albury, contri butes no Iim than y,tHJ,?«O t-uelmla, or an average of 1J.2 bcs.'iel* per aurc Ic tho central wetUrn viope, taking ii Dubb?, Forbes, Molung, Ooouanible and Coonab&ra- bran distrielv, the yield will be 8,945,610 bushels, or in average of ! 1 9 bnsbels per acre. The northern tableland jive; a crop ...

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Wanganella Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

Wanganella Races. W The-following handicaps taJ'IJ'f,|iB clsred for the principal n®%0M tbe meeting of the Wanganells B»-* -m on Boxing Day :— /ft. 9 Wjjtoanella Handicap, or^M About one milo- ^M Iris ,.. »? ??? 813' 1 Loiter ? - gofl Irene ? 1M ;l!H Dawn ... .« ?' * M . Fmoto. Handicap, °f *°'r ? Six furlongs- ^M Iris ,.. ' - - 810:9 Loiter ? '' 8'0S Dawn ? '\i,frm Six furlong8.-9st. »im^ | Eyerston ... — '' jo T.fl ? Every lime ??? ?' jq II Irene .... - - 9 \m Dawn ? 9 i« Prudence... '^^M HandiWPP'M . Me Thos. Hooan, he «J*S| proprietor of the Court H»««^B Bendigo, bas disposed of I « ^M (says In exchange) to Miss ^m olBridgewater, for £1600. M

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Noel. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

Noel. . Sow in ttic time when Santa Claw, ike unto him that collecteth for an hospital, piiyotb us his annual call, and Jc.tvcib with us a multitude of curds, and now is tho voice of tho ?-,! n nip Init iudigent turkey heard in tho land. The deadly mince-pio also Ijirilfili up his loins and goeth around, liku ft roaring lion, seen ing someonoto Jovnur him, that thereby ho may get iu a goodly portion of bis fine work, while the careful man, yea, him that men enlloth mean, getteth out his last yoars 'Xmas card and carefully scra piHb off the date and superscription tborofrom and sendeth the residue to bis second best girl with ' Reginald's fond love.' Now is the time when man callotb unto his fellowinan and saiil) ' jolly 'Xmas old chappie ' and straightway eateth anddrinketh and is merry for a season, and thereafter suQVroth great tribulation. In other words, and to put it plainly — -Christ- mas day is here I Of the thousands who at this season, grout, and receive the greetings of th...

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