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RACES AT HAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

RACES AT HAY. The following are. the weights for the chief events of the Licensed Vic tuallers' New Year's Day meeting : ? Victuallers' Handicap, one mile. — Portland 10.2, Frivolity 9.4, Audacious 6.4, Clara 8-2, Dawn 6.2, Vamp 8.2, Kaffir Girl 7.10, Whalebone 7.8, Hales wood 7.6, Molly MtSarthy 7.2. New Year's, Gift, -six furlongs. — Portland 10.S, Frivolity 9.6, Audacious 8.5, Dawn 8.8, Kaffir Girl 7.11, Royal George 7.10, Whalebone 7.9, Halos wdod 7.7, Phyllis 7.6, Molly M'Carthy 7.8, Federation 7.0.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROBBERIES AT TOCUMWAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

ROBBERIES AT T0CUMWAL. About half-past 2 o'clock on Mon day morning Mr Staples, the landlord of fhe Tooumwal Hotel, was awakened by a sound resembling that made by mice gnawing wood, succeeded in a few minutes by a glass falling from the bar counter. . Seizing his revolver, he went into the bar, but the noise made by opening the door alarmed the thieves, and ho just saw two men rush out. . An examination showed that eight holes had been made with a brace and bit in the panel, and a piece cut out sufficiently large enough to allow a man's band to pads through the opening. , Disappointed here, the thieves visited the Customs office at the bridge, and, having obtained an entrance, removed the iron safe, which they carried into tbe Customs paddock, . where it was found on Monday morn ing broken up. The robbers, however, met with little' plunder, the sum of 8s being all 'the 'cash in .'the safe. A sledge-hammer, two wedges, and some other tools were found near the broken safe.- These wer...

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

?3£fc' * GIVB8 *&**{ P PRAISE. % '?%£$' W' Tfc»Coa»«* %'i :',:':' ???'. ' *.'?.&.& C'JM«. '% ':''' (Ar fa 'Xv-'^lardi &r»i«n*.') A chtre&ij rttli^oe*, rittntsd fct Fi CryibS-atrett, FmbrIuub, Ea ooaupied by la. Jobs Joseph SUii. A represtntaUvs from this paper who reomtij oiled there miio 6 doU of the following twnuka 1— -EsaaOOng went ndiokUywronj with Bi]rt7£toni-NMidKr. EUU. 'Inouoodisy oomplsiioa getting more eftUov evsrj day, until ell oolour E»d departed from cay chaeka. My »ppetitt waa by no imsag bad, although I found I was loaing weight. Jt did not nqulre » ?nparabundanct ct ia»r!H contra [to nadentaaa that bdv Scc3 vrzs not dctn/j toy good, end in time! hzA™r?vin plauant ?videncec in aevaral mjB rblch wsn» to show that toy food ma oat SstSaa disaetod. My meals were bttcsdad ciih ?ubaMoati pains la tha otsmaoh, vhioh travoiled m my beck, -and eutt zd much ?nSiiringeiid looonvenienea. Uyhc^Jtai oonEtastly achlng^^oQ, and not a spirh of...

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

'THE ECBOCAJIRACLE.' DOCTOB8 PUZZLED. In th!« town of Echiioa a ok h« recently :c urtid which is thu Ulk uf (ho I -wn and lialrict I'copl* marvul and caun -t beli.-vn -rli-t ill ir tyvt li»e i»n. Mr. Miuliaal I'DrirQ it a rt'|'it' -i crif.ni', and «ell ?ii.wii in thec'iniinuiiit-. wid th. pub:L' uui toucli for ihi« r«iiiitkal.l« r*.i«r»liiin 0 health and li»puiuo«. Ha rel.Us:— 'Ihaveb«eiia ^ ^^ -£t*Qk hreeyebrt.'nd -J^^i^^M let ; alto three ^^f!^J^J^~^^ hope, when a 1 .mall bo .k was left at my h use, mH till (up -n reading the casos that had brun cured i.y your Dr. Morse'a Indian R »t PiUs), put ?iew hope in my h**r», and I at ouce pur :ha*ed a battle from Mr. Cunningham, the chemiit, and upi-n using this bo tic; of your f'ilU, I found limy had n»do s great impro vencBt Id iny health. I purchased in al ?isbt boVlea, and am now in the belt of health, which I owe to Dr. M-»r«o'e Indian Root Fills. My ca«c was one of nevcre in*! g-tuii.bnngiiJiornierl by theDoctor (othat effoct Yoa mt...

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

Hotel TattersaiB's, DeniSiquin. a. lTievy (lal-j of Melbourne). BEGS to announce that he lias laki-n ihe above well-known Hotel, which is now replete in every coniforl and convenience. The rooms are large, weir ventilated, and the Accommodation first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for. Families, etc. Two Dining Rooms. GOOD BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER. * ? :x:^_ ? .%.--- Tbe Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in lhe£olouy. A first-claee ? , Groom constantly kept in irttendatsgc, ,' ;? GOOD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXE% AND YARDS. Special attention given to Lively, Bast and ; Letting. JMiail Coaches for Hay, Finley, Bcrrigan, Cobran and ^oorong start from ^j „?' Tattersall's. A^'L. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ifirst-claIss billiard table and accessories. I A. LEVY, Proprietor. fYou need not send to Town1 - ? ifti, c^' Saddlery. EVER YTHNG'j YOU REQIUIRE FROM A BUCKLE TO A COMPLETE SET OF H RNESS AT HI '-ifNItJCC R'verina Saddler...

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

J.OOK OUT ! . , . LOOK OUT ! WHAT FOR ? ALE HOj! 5AL& HO! SALE HO! ALE HO! SALJE |1O! SALE HO! laffyipavey, Bed House, Lyceum Stores, rhird Block, Pall Mall, Bendigo, Js Holding one of the Largest Sales ever held in BENDIGO. HE GOODS MUST -GO AT ANY PRI^E. , EVERYTHING In Our Warehouse Marked to COST RglCE. I .}-.; ? 1^ * few OF DUB PEICES Sllbw YOU WHAT WE INTEND TO DO ? . ? . .... ^ y .:.-'? .r ...-. | Old Price*. Sale Prices. . I £ b d s d I 10 White Double Sheeting for 6| [ 10 White Colonial Flannel for 6f [ 15 0 Colonial White Blabkets I {double bed) for ? 1'2 6 I m m «? ?»-. ? ' 100 English Whitney Blankets I SATjE ' (double bed) for ? 10 6 I ?****«-? ? 4 stripped Flannelette for I dozen ? .. 1 11 I 2 3 2-yds wide Floorcloth for 1 6 [ ISA Ladies' Mackintosh for ... 13 0 I 8 f- Ladies' Fawn and Brown I Capes for ? 4 11 I 10 0 Ladies' Fawn Jackets for 12 6 I 8-6 Ladies' Figured Black Dress | Skirts for ? 4 11 I 6 6 Ladies' Metallic Under I Bkirtafor ? 3 XI I QAT lit I ' ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock Report. MELBOURNE MARKETS. STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

Stock Report. STOCK MOVEMKNTIS. The following wo ihnrncs nvremMiiii for the week :— 82 wmi nnrt ««!» ewi'» from StMia PJJn lo Blcll -i.tiie ; &0 tan* from Waitguoll* Bum*' » ? f«i»»T i UfGwetliarafatm Mor-«.- I' '.r.n»hi ; r.r.i» wftbeni from WmkU* t - M.-IUmnn' ; 345 **ei anil Lrob.' (H-n.-ni.n mid PhIj'h in Mellwamp : 20' «««?_-!-? J. Turfiii*'') to Ki»' . kUik 'Win: '?'! «'*?-« ami 7 r»niK fn.ui lntnwl'} '' iJouili huin ; 4.?4O ???« from 0 ? -mWt*»al L'imer Murray to Frwwiiig *'-?** : U-W rania (F. 8. FalWner «m ffcinr1) t-. !'?»«? coota ; 44 Lincoln ratlin f'-m Piushi lo b. 1'nrler, Bmiroorbun ; 4 *« w .t h. m f roni Mund.wa to Victurii., vik Tocumwsl. MEL-DOURNK MAUKKTS. FatShkp — Ttia martiut »»i hoavily hupiilitii. S0.0OO h»vii)H been y»rd*l. Boat dcucnptiouo wen- iiiitdemtply npro Bon tail, and for aucli ihe demand wns firm at late r»tea. IV coneral ton* ol tho market, tiowitver, w,t without nnima tinn, nnri, in view of Hie l»r|[« proportion iof DiiddlioK nnd inferio...

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

Sporting JYlems. Mr II. 'Hawkins'1 two-vear-old colt Positive, who is by Posiiano from Morisca, has been re-uamed Posca, in order to distinguish him from the Positive whidi is in Scobie's stable. The lait::i is a colt by Posilano Irom Bangle, and owced by Mr W. Bailey. : . The Corsican, who was so unex pectedly returned a winner at ihe last Melbourne Gup meeting, has been unaexed, and is now, spelling at the stud of his breeder, Mr $. Cook. y1 ? The artificial impref*nator has again been used successfully in New Zealand. The Cuiiissier mare, Parera, has now a filly foal who is returned as by Cyrepiahi- ?*? ' ^''^??.??*f The death is announced of^Mr E. M. Bond, a notea Victorian sports man. He was a most enthusiastic owner of the steeplechasers. '' Mairp has taken up. quarters at Randwick in H. Roberts' stable/ in, view of his Christmas engagements there. He is in the Villiers Stakes with 7.12, and Camngton Stakes with 8.o, in addition to some minor events. '! A grey brother to Amber...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Important Land Case. THREE YEARS TO OBTAIN TITLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

An Important Land Case. THREE VKAHS TO OBTAIN TITLE. The oaao of Edward Quinn (says the '« Wagga Wagga Advertiser'), who applied [or a hemestead selcotitm of land within the Sanmain holding in 1898 has at last been concluded, and it is satisfactory to note that he has euoceeded in securing the land, although owing to the position token up by tho Crown, it haa taken three years and a half to obtain proper title. The complete history of the case ib as follows : - On the 8th of June, 1898, by ' Gazette ' notice, a number of portions of land within the Ganmain run were set apart for home stoad Bolection to be available on the 30th June, 1898. Edward Quinn succeeded at the ballot for portion 10 of 640 acres, parish Ashbridge, and on the 4th November, 1898, his application was considered by the looal Land Board at Wagga, and confirmed, when William Devlin sought to appear as a party to the proceedings, as a claimant to tho laud, but was rofuBed audience ; where upon he lodged an appeal on...

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

BILLIARD LICENSES. On Wednesday . before tbe Police Magistrate and Mr W. Eilpatrick, renewals of billiard licenses- were granted to A. Levy, Tattersall's Hotel; TT. Sparrow, Globe Hotel; 'and J. W. Clarke, Royal Hotel, Mbulamein.' At the same court Walter Smith, -of the Genoe Hotel, Stoney Crossing; and Martin Donovan, of the Barham Hotel, Barham, were granted renewals of publicans' licenses.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Municipal Council. MONDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

Deniliquin Municipal Council. ? ♦ MnsK.w, l)urr.M»i;n III. The iimal lui-UiiRhUy meeting o! ihmlmve «w 1...W .m Mm'''? -veiling. Tl«' . H*i™ (Al.1i-rm»n .Uni-) occu|.ip.l the elmir, Bnd i h»i r u ore alon prosoiH Aldermen »»-'V l.ili'lifiird, Sparrow, Joncb, I'crrin, .liMnr kuii, Kolly, mid Kvnna. Thn minute* ot llic previous moving were read fttii1 coulirmod. COBKKKI-ONIIKSCE. loiters were read :— To J. -'?? Kvaim, M.I1., wUing if any notion wan being taken by the -;ovtrnnionl in creating a new ix-st ami Uilc^niih ofline; to Maurice -icTi»l-l ro charge for uso ol Town Hall ;lroini he Commonneahli Government acknowledging rcocipt. of oommuooal'oa with rofercnoo to alterations and sdd'tioM lo the poBt and telegraph ottoes ; froa the Depnrluiciil ol Public Works oa.'ing tho loBting for the proposed weir would be wade willi tho Do purtmenl's plant; from tho Jcrililorio Muni cipal Counoil anliing oo-oiieration in hiving a clauao inserted in Die Bill amending tho Munioipalitiec'Acl, ho t...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WORK OF THE FEDERAL SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

THE WORK OF THE FEDERAL SESSION. iletemng to tbe federal session, Mr Reid offered some severe comment upon it in Sydney on Wednesday, and said he thought that upon the whole it. had been a very disappointing one, in consequence of the faplty nature of the measures and the infirm, vacillat ing conduct of the Ministry in connec tion with them. Mr Barton and his oolleagues seeibed to be willing to live upon* the vicissitudes of the political situation as thegeTJevelopeaxhemsslvcs ahd all those attributes of consistency, cohesion, and firmness without ob stinacy which people were accustomed to associate with a Cabinet in any British community had been conspic uous by their absence. Of the ultimate fate of the tariff it was impossible to speak with certainty, but ha. thought the Government would yet require to back down considerably on quite a number of items.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
International Cricket. FIRST TEST MATCH. SPLENDID ENGLISH VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

International Cricket. FIRST TEST MATCH. SPLENDID ENGLISH VICTORY. The match between the English and Aus tralian Elevens was oonoluded on tbe Sydney Cricket Ground on Monday, the attendance being Urge, the wealhernloasan], and the wicket in good order. Htll and Eowcll, the not out men on Saturday, roscmed their plaoes at the wickets. The scon rrz* carried from 198 to 112 when Hill played R.mM on and retired for 46. .*. oMisrse followed, thowiolcots of Howell, ?Iaa.vtod and Kelly falling without any addition to the soore. Howell had made C. With seven for US, Laver joined Qarllng, »bo hod seen two of his comrades dismissed. Tbe sabre was carried slowly to W2, when Layer was caught by Quaife off Braund. Tremble remained *Hh D»t«n§ ??« l™'h time, the nore then being IC6 for *»Jhl wiokeu. On ramming »'tw '?''*, *»»«'« was eatight with Uie wul at 168, hi* aeore btiitg 88. Th* Australia'' '^'B ?» ? minority of 296 followed on, Trumner and Darling opening the innings. At 12, Darl ing was B...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FALL OF THIRTY FEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

A FALL OF THIRTY FEET. At Echuca on Tuesday morning an employee on the barge of the eteatuer Rothbury, named Anthony Clsen, had an extraordinary escape from death. On coming from tho town he reached the wharf safely, and went down the steps as far as tho first landing, where he must 'have mistaken his position, and, making a false step, fell some 80ft to. the ground, where he lay for three or four hours. He was taken in a cab to the hospital, where it was found necessary to insert no fewer than 27 Btitches in a terrible gash on the top of the skull. He is' progress ing well considering the nature of his injuries.

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

SOCIAL GATHERING. On Wednesday evening a social gathering was hold in the Convent School-room, when Moneifmor Treacy, yioar-goneral of this diocese, was pre sented with two handsome illuminated addresses— one from tbe local branch of the ILA.C.B. Society, and the other from tbe member* of St. aiicnaoi s uourou, tu recognition oi tho honor recently conferred on him by bis Holiness the Pope. Tbe chiir was occupied by Mr M. J. Carew, and bosideB a large number of local reai donts, visitors were also present from outside centres. After the presentation of the addresses several toasts were proposed and responded to, the whole being interspersed with songs and reci tations.

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

FROZEN, MEAT. On Wednesday 2541 carcases of frozen mutton wore sent by rail to Melbourne from the local works, for shipment by the s.s. Orange Grove.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PARCES BY POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

PARCES BY POST. At tbe Council meeting on Monday evening Alderman Jones referred to the difficulty in obtaining parcels that came .from Victoria by post. The Customs Act says that all interstate certificates must be initialled by the Customs Officer before they can bo re leased. . Alderman Jon.e3 suggested that Dr. Wollaston be written to ask ing him to appoint one of the postal officials as sub-officer so that he may have tbe power to release parcels of Victorian manufacture in the absence of Mr Wilson, whose duties enable him to only visit the post office once a day. The suggestion was agreed to.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RECENT ROBBERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

i THE EEI3ENT ROBBERIES. In connection with the robbery from the dwelling of Mr A. T. Jones, a half-caste named John Patten was arrested at the Cummerajunga Mission Station last -week' and brought before the local court charged with being concerned in the robbery. Accused was arrested .on a statement made by Coolbv Eolsen that Patten was with him. when the offence was committed. When ihe Court opened on Monday, Sergeant ^TOrris intimated to the Bench that he did not intend to pro ceed against Patten, as Bolson had admitted there was no truth in his statement. Pat*en was immediately discharged,* and afterwards gave evi dence against Rollsen.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANOTHER GUN ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

ANOTHER GUN ACCIDENT. - Another gun accident occurred on Wednesday evening the victim being a lad named Arthur Wbitn, second son of Mr Jas. White, of Deniliquin. It appears .that White was out shooting withia younger brother at Hill Plain. On (returning towards home they stoppedrand had a rest near a neigh bour s bouse, during wnicn time cne rifle' was laid down on the ground. It is ^aid that a young daughter of the neighbour referred to picked the rifle upland White was in tbe act of taking it from her when it went off. The billet entered the back of his right bend, and then the right side, passing tkrough to the left in a slanting direc tpn. The sufferer was brought into Hs father's residence and was attended p by Drs. .Noyes and Hosking. They 'lave been ? unable so far to locate tbe Millet, and while the sufterei is not fret out of danger, the doctors have every hope that he' will ultimately recover.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Superior public School. INFANTS' DEPARTMENT. [?] OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901

-JJ^quin Superior Public School. INFANTS' DEPARTMENT. «.._.,ib!-ti(in OF PWEBS. I °VF' „ of liriw* to the children «t I «bo« » ',.' , uenty, who am mem I ^ottllBt,^ZM«rf'np»W there wort I J60.:* ^e Twl* w..«.nduCled I '''«?- nmdie. m mtirtw*; Him H.-n-y, I ff**Srt«Wrf th- aohoUi* ?*?-»?* I £ JJrful -n obtaining prize , and hoped 1 .1 thorn higher up in the whool at U,e I JrfSA Uurin8 the afternoon I J^-eding- terminating w.th the National I AThe'f-;iloWu.E « the ijriEo list':— I FOURTH CliiSSt I Dui- Victor Nowton (presented by I MGen^' Proficiency- Boys-- Sydney I Cr^uhsrt, 2 (presented by Mrs Oddy) ; |*fi£Shu Mauley, 1 (pre liaKrAchfield.. Jan.es I White, David Henderson, J&wjpne ? MiVRer. _ .. ? „ . _.. ,_???_.. I Writing-Leslie Momaster vpreseDtea Iky Mrs Burch6$ld), F«nny Norwood. I SiBEing— Brace Gillies. -^ - I ffiing-Vioior MarHri, \7illUm do iLsbertouobe, Fanny Holmes; Buby I&ng-Edward ^itoloeir. Leslie ?Campbell, Violet Tim on. I Dictation-Lizzie Cupifc. I ...

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