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HIGH TEMPERATURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901
HIGH TEMPERATURES. Hot weather bas again been ex perienced during the week, more par ticularly on Monday, when the official registration reached 101 de grees. Sight other place3 recorded over 100 degrees maximum - register on that day, viz., Bourke 110.C, Walgett 10e, Wesfcworta 10G, Wi'oannia 105, Broken Hill 103.6, Waggu and Forbes 102 eaob, aud Hillflton 101. On Tuesday evening a cool change set in, the maximum heat on Wednesday and Thursday* being 80.5 and 76 deg. respectively.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901
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LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901
LICENSING COURT. At a specialv Licensing jOourt held on Wednesday; ikfariin 'Dblibvan was granted a permit to have music and dancing on his licensed premises, the Barbara Hotel, on Thursday, Decem ber 26. Sarah Pitman was also granted a booth license at the Conargo races on the same date. ?
RIVER LEVELS EDWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901
I RIVER LEVELS '.' ? EDWABD. ?Jtailiqnin, 2ft. Bin. ' ? '? ?Moulamein13ft.3in. .... H MrmEAY. ' ' - B^b'y. Ht. 4in. . ''? ' ?WVahgonyah, 2ft. 4in. ' ?««m.l8ft.9iD. ' ? , . W&™ Bill, 5ft, 2iDl . ?????????? .. ??Ecl'«!a, 5!t. 8in. . ' H. HDEBOMBIDGEB.. ' ?ff^gai. lft. Bin. ' ' fet2|,3i ?^na&ld.en. ?? nABLISO. |g^w^- ;??;.:??
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1901. Wealeyan. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901
? CBUilCB XOTJCES. '; ? Sdndat, Dbcembke 22, 1901. - ? I Walcyan. ? Deniliquin. 11 a.tu., and 7.30 p.m. : ?oni.stead Selections, 3 p.m.,. by the ?«»? ^. S. J. Harding ; Hartwood, at 2 |n- , ty MrR. Fawcett. .:.;.,- I. Presbyterian. ? ?On Sunday next at Moroco in the ?owing and Deniliquin in the evening, fctheRov. R Welsh. - ? Church of England. ? Fourth Sunday in Advent :- DenUi ?ji'n, niominfi at 11 a.m., and evening Kh?^°''A/Ild w«ng'nella, morning* E2 T^MrS 'MBUtt^ .fternoon. |'yer and Holy Communion.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901
WANGMEUAJOMIION. NOTICE. THE Half-Yearly nuitr of ihp ihnri named Common will t«ke iiiacc nil Siturday, Ihe 4Ui January, 1902. All rt-»k not, paid fcr on that date will be impoun :ort. By order of the Trustee*, H. J. POYNTER, Bicelary. ACKNOWLEDGMENT. MR AND MR-! .T. MASOK and Family toni'er their si ncero thanks for Ihe many kind oppressions of sympathy, lei ters, -nil visits during their . sad and sudden bereavement. , — DENILIQUIN — Birthday Racing Club , . (HegiBlered under A.J.C. Kulcs.) ANNUAL MEETENG. MON&AY, 27th JANUARY, 1902 PROGRAMME: TRIAL HANDICAP, of 5 eovs. Distance, six furlongs. For nil- horses that have never von a Race of over the value of £10. Entrance, 5s. '*'' A'NNIVEBSAni HANDICAP, of 16 sore. Second horse to receive 3 sovs. from the Srake. Distance, one mile. Ihe winner of any Handicap Flat Race after declaration of weights to carry 7lbs penalty j two or more mioh races lOlbs 'penalty. Nomination, Ts 6d ; accept ance, 7s 6d. ' ? i time handicap trot, ...
Deniliquin Police Court. MONDAY, DECEMBER, 10. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901
Deniliquin Police Court. Monday, December, 16 (Before the Police Magistrate.) James Hackett (on bail) was charged with being drunk and disorderly in End-street. Accused pleaded guilty, and said he was very sorry for the offence, which would not occur again. He was fined £1 or seven days imprisonment in gaol. On a further charge of resisting Constable Sullivan while in the execution of his duty, he pleaded that he knew nothing about the charge. Evidence was given by Constable Sullivan, and ac- cused was fined £2 or 14 days hard labor in Deniliquin gaol, cumulative on the previous sentence. The fines were paid. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs John Kelly, and Wm. Leetham, J's.P.) &nbsp; &nbsp; Coolby Rollson was chargedwith stealing from the dwelling of Ernest Trist one pair of trousers and one pair of braces valued at 17s 6d and 15s 4d in cash. Constable Bell deposed from information received he proceeded to Malone's farm on the 9th instant and arrested accus...
Items of News. A SHOOTING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 December 1901
Items of News. A SHOOTING ACCIDENT. Mr Alexander McLaurin, of Moroco had a marvellous escape from death on Tuesday morning last. From the meagre particulars to hand it appears that he and a station-hand named Jenner were out driving on tbe run, and the latter got out of the buggy to shoot a sheep. The man was re- loading the gun, when through some unaccountable cause the cartridge went off, and Mr McLaurin who was sitting in the hooded buggy a few yards away, received portion of the charge im- mediately below the shoulder-blade. The sufferer was driven to his resi- dence and Drs. Noyes and Hosking sent for. On arrival these gentlemen &nbsp; &nbsp; found that Mr McLaurin had bad a wonderful escape There were traces of over a couple of dozen pellets of shot having entered the skin, but fortunately the doctors were able to state that the lungs had not been per- forated, and unless something unfore- seen occurs Mr McLaurin will be about again in a very short time. On exa...
ALREADY DISCHARGED. CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901
ALREADY DISCHARGED. Smith : Our fool of a servant tried to light the fire with kerosene this morning. Jones : Have you discharged her ? Smith : We haven't found her yet. CULTURE. . Mrs. May-Fair : And how did you like Paris ? Mrs. Parvie-New : Oh it was delightful ! I met such charming and cultivated people. Why, even children of three years speak French.
A Bad Career Ended. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901
A Bad Career Ended. Joseph Francis Aloysius Campbell was executed at Darlinghusrt Gaol at 9 a.m. on Friday for committing an outrage on a girl 9 years of age at Queanbeyan on 24th October. The condemned man walked steadily to the scaffold, and aDDeared to be repeating the. litany for the dying which fell from the lips of his spiritual adviser, Rev. Father Fitzpatrick. He clasped a rosary in his hands, add gazed fervently at it from time he stepped upon the drop until the noose was placed around his neck. He then swayed somewhat to the right, and as the white veil was adjusted over his face he prayed in distinct tones for God's. n:ercy. .Before : his prater was concluded^he bolt was drawn and the body shot through the trap. Death was prac tically instantaneous. The condemned man made no public statement from the gallows, and on being asked befofe he left his cell if he desired to say anything, he answered in the negative. lie however, handed a letter to sheriff, Mr C. G. Maybury. The...
CAULFIELD RACES. THURSDAY, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901
CAULFIELD RACES. Thursday, December 26. The following are the results of the Boxing Day Meeting of the Vic toria Amateur Turf Club : — _. Koornang Welter. — Privilege, 1 ; The Victory, 2 ; Attica, 3. Shoobra Hurdle Race. — Turk, 1 ; Colonel tihilinski, 2 ; Estimator, 3. Hopetoun Cup. One mile and three furlongs.^The Union Jack, 6.7 (Manning), 1 ; Cretonne, 7.5 (Dunford), 2 ; Gosport, 7.1 (Minter), Oberon Steeplechase. — Talk of the Hills, 1 ; Error, 2 ; Thargo, 3. Juvenile Stakes. — Independence, Hard-a-Lee 2 ; Tosta, 3. Malvern Handicap. — Fireup, 1 ; Presidium, 2 ; Malton, 3.
Races In Sydney. A.J.C. SPRING MEETING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH) RANDWICK, DECEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901
Races tn Sydney. A.J.C. SPRING MEETING. (Bv Electric Telkgraph ) Randwick, December 26. Hurdle Race. — King Pin, 9.7 (Whaliey), t ; Booby, 9.0 (O' NeillJ, 3 ; Crescent, 10.0 (Cunningham), 3. Won by half-a-length. Villiers Stakes. — Six furlongs.— Sir Leonard, 8.7 (J. -Barden), 1 ; Cast Iron, 8.7 (F. Kuhn),2 ;T.M.S., 7.2 (W. H. Smith), 3. Won by eight lengths. Time, imin. I5j-sec. ' December Stakes. — Five furlongs. — Chantress, (L. Kuhn), 1 ; Great Scot (F. Kuhn) 2 ; Point Piper (UrennanJ 3. Won by a length and a half. Time. imin. 3. sec. Summer Cup. One mile and five furlongs. — Caledonia, 97 (I. Barden), 1 ; Blue Metal, 8 8 (K. BrennauJ, 2 ; Nahpro. 7.3 (W. H. Smith), 3. Time, 2min. sojsecs. Nursery Handicap. — Baccarat, 8.9 (J. Barden), I ; Pose, 7.2 (T. Clayton), 2; Milner 7.7 (A. Richard son), 3. ' . A.J.C. Handicap. — Azure, 8.2, 1 ; Induslrous, 2 ; Mafeking, 3.
CHRISTMAS CHESTNUTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901
CHRISTMAS CHHSTNUTS. A pic in ihi' ham! i- wtnili im.) in the pant iv. liven Smta Clans turn.-, his lu- K on llii: pour. The worst Christinas l).-\ is the box of cigars your wife, gives yon. Just because your wife tells you lo liuy her something useful, don't think she will be satisfied if you send her home a bag of flour. The Christinas cheer makes many a sore tliro.il. The religious book will always be a popular Christmas present as long as il is n drug in llic market. The best way to tell whether a present is a cheap one is lo observe whether the price has been rubbed off. The man who gives nothing lo the Sunday-school Christinas tree sends the most children to the entertain ment.
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1901. Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901
0HURC11 SOTIGES. Sunday, December 29, 1001. Wesleuan. Dsniliquin. 11 a.m., by Mr E. Chap man ; slid 7.30 p.m. ; Conargo, 11 a.m., by tbe Rev. a. S. J. Harding. Presbyterian. On Sunday next at Deniliquin both morning and evening ; Birganbigil, in the afternoon, by the Rev. B Welsh. . Church ofJSnglatjd. Sunday after ChristinaB .?—Deniliquin, morning at 11 a-ra., and evening at 7.30 p.m. ; and December 31, Midnight Sor 'vice. ? ? .-? The two geldings Craigmore and Goldfinch, which A. Hearn is looking after at Henley Park for Mr C] Watson, have (says a Perth writer) been leased to Mr E. B. Eccles (' the man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo'), who purposes lacing for- a while in this State under his Con tinental turf name of ' Mr Edward.' Allan M'lnnes was accidently shot at Quoanbeyan N.S.W., on Tuesday, by his elder brother with a pea rifle. The wound proved fatal. The will of Mr William Irving Winter Irving, lato member ' of the Victorian Logilutive Council, who died at St. ICilda o...