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REVENUE RETURNS FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
REVENUE RETURNS FOR DECEMBER. Mr Barton received from the Federal Treasurer on Friday a brief telegraphic summary of the returns from Customs and Excise during the month of December. The total amount col lectod was £672,133, a decrease on the figures for tho preceding month of ±-8H,2S3. Taking last month, as a basis of calculation, tho annual revenue from Customs and excise would be £8,065,596. To arrive at the net revenue about /300,000 would have to be deducted from this amount as the cost of collection. In only one State did December show an increase over the preceding month. That was in South Australia, which had an increase of £3458. The decreases were as follows :— New South Wales, £20,711; Victoria, £62,508; Queens land, £7919 ; Western Australia, £7621 ; Tasmania, £2929.
ECHUCA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
ECIIUOA MAUKBTS. Fill Ciilllc— Distinct improveni.nt, nil clnmes slon-rs lit;- tor ivipicsl. Quotiit ons : Fill slcura, li}-lit wniglitN, £0 Is (o C-i ISs; fHl own, IB (is lo t'li l!s ; f-t blori-o, medium, £6 os to £i- los ; do., heiforH, liiiliti ^3 tu £'3 18s ; Hi.i'113 moors, .'$ yourr,, £T- 2s ; do., a years, £4 (is ; do., 1A years. £2 l.'is j milking! coivk. £4 ; utoro do., £4 (is ; lino of Ucifoifi, 1 J yew, 60s (i 1 ; ynuui; cnlvOH, llis. Sheop.— Only n fuw fdt IriiIis, nliicb sold i-oniarkaitly wi-.ll. Qu-.tarjoiia :— Extra prime lambs, Z3s ; good do., 10s ; young do., (is 4;i. Pigs. — Very low ontorod. Qimtatious : — rotkora, 28a ; slips. Da 91 to 1)3.
A SOLICITOR'S-LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
A SOLICITOR'S -LETTER. At the Hospital meeting on Tuesday evening, the following letter was read from Mr H. L. Wilkinson, solicitor : — ' Mr H* Gobdcn has consulted me with reference to certain injuries he has- received recently whilst doing certain work at Tattersall's Hotel, and has inntruokoii 1110 io -lomaud Gouinpu* sation from your Committee. The injuries complained of are very serious and probably permanent, and my instructions are to inform you that unless your Committee makes reason able compensation to my client pro ceedings will be commenced trithout any further notice.' During a discussion on the letter it was pointed out by the Secretary*that Cobdon was not employed by the Committee, but by the contractor Buist. It was decided on tho motion of MraKelly, seconded by Mr Jefferson, that the application be not entertained, and that the letter be handed over to Mr Laman for reply.
WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
WHEAT AND CRREAL MARKET. TJiu Mollwurno » hott nmilrot on Wed liosday wiis firni, up 10 2s IJ£d for jiriino Kiimplos j inferior bringing from 2s JOd to 2e lid. Oats, prinm licnvy Algrrian 2s 2J ; cooil feud, 2s Id lo 2s lid ; ligbt iind inforior iiuiililies briiiying 1h lid and 2s. Maizo in good demand up to 2* lid. l)ut pe.11 qi.iol at :ts 3d. r.ill.ir,]. lOd. Bran from !)Ji lo 10d, tlic iiKirkol buinf; )lrm in lintli linos. 1'olalucs mi re-; hi. £3 10s. Onioiw brought from i'J 15s to £.'5, the supply beini; moderate. t':,:iO, quiet^ inferior to medium lirinjins; (rum i'.'l In £3 0s but primu qunliticsrcilsed £3 10,.
FIRE AT BERRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
FIRE AT BERRIGAN. The residence of Walter Teal, a painter at Berrigan, was destroyed by fire at 12 o'clock on Saturday night, together with tho contents. The outbreak started through the window curtains coming in contact with a lighted candle. Tho furniture was uninsured. Tho house was owned by James Searle, bakor, of Ruthorglen, and was insured in tho Commercial Union for £50.
The Second Test Match. WHAT THIS ENGLISHMEN'S CAPTAIN SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
The Second Test Match. WHAT THE KNGUSHMEX'S CAPTAIN S.IVS. After tho conclusion ntOieTcst Mutch on Saturday tlio ]Cn«lis!i onpciin (Mr Maclarcn) was intcrvion'ci] by 11 reportrr. Ho aaid : — ' Wu were fairly and squarely be.'ilun. Tlicrc nns no diU'iirenco with tho loss, and the luck irnfirqually divided. 1113 ivtrc Giniiiiy ouc-ooivieu. jNcble bowled Hjilendid.y on both wet. and dry wickets. In fucr, when the wicket win perfect tlio Aus'rali -n bowlers c uiM turn tho bull much more linn ours c.mM. On , tho first day wlu-n the pitch wns bad it was worse for us than fur iho Australians, us when we woro in it lud dried sonie wh %t. 1 think that Peid and .Inck He irne would probably have Imd the Auslralinns out twice iu the day, but our bowlers did not show (o advantage. 13arnes whs not nearly as ctl'cctiie on tho wot wicket us I expected him to bo. Ho could not uel a length. The 112 by tho Australians «as really moro th-.ii the wicket ulimild Imve produced, lily) lie's arm who stiff a...
FINLEY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
FINLEY RACES. Tho following entries have been received for tho principal events at the Finley races to bo held on Wed nesday next, the 15th inst.— Finley Handicap. — Try Mo, Ruby, Fancy Lock, Hope, The Gift, Musician, Lady Bertha, Fleet Admiral and Portland. Murray Hut Handicap. — Fancy Lock, Musician, Miss Tell, Ruby, Burness, Try Me, Hope, Surplus, The Gift, St. Helena, Lady Bertha, Fleet Admiral, Portland and Mabel.
RIVER LEVELS EDWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
RIVER LEVKLS KDWAKD. - Deniliquin, Iliu. Moulumcin, lft. 1 ? ? wnRitAV. . Albnry, 2ft. Jin. ' Wahgunyah, 3ft. 4in. Huston. 8ft. lOin. 6waD Hill, 2ft. lin. : ? Echuca, 2ft. 3iu. MOTlEDMniDGEE. Gundagai, Hi. 3in. Wagga, 2ft. JOin. Hay, 9in. Balranald, lft, Oin. nARMica. Wentwortli, 4ft. 2in. Wilcanhia, Oin. Poonearie, lit. 2in. Jienindic, Sin. At theNe* YnarV Day rec-ption nt «ashiugon President Roosevelt shook bande with 80,000 people.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
Hotel TattersaU's, * D»:nmquiv%. A. lT^VY (Jato of 'tfolb&mne). B17GS to ?nnoimre that he 1 ts,-|tsJ«:« ih6 n1 Il-kr,own Hotel, wlurli js now rqjletc in t\ery com(pfl h fonvniiciirc. Tlie rooms are nrgf, will ventilate ], and llic «ocomj 011 'ior f--r'-r,Jass. Private Suites of Room for J aimbes, «tc. 1\ ) Di 'nj; !?;' :j. GOOD BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and GerUleiritn ^ XlOT & COLD WATER. - :. - ' ?^ **? . . ' The Stabling Accommnlalion j1? unsurpiescd in llie C lr»y.' A first-ciai« Oroom coi stjnU'j Uc]-l la^aliend^ncc ., ,. . GOOD GKAS8 PADDOCKS, LOOS13? BOXES \JSD YARDS. Special attention given to Lively, Bait and Letting. - , ? . \- ? - Mail Coaches for Hay, I mley, Bcrngan, ^ol 1111 and A«oorong start from .? Tattersall's. '?: , ? AX. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. s FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. ,[ ' A. LEVY, Proprietor. jf You need slot send to Town Tf^'' ^-^a^^For Saddlery J2VERYTHNG YOU REQIUIRE FROM A BUCKLE TO A' - COMPLETE SET O...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
3L00K OTJT !/.? .4lK LOOK OUT ! ^ffAT ; FOR \-r ; ?*?'; . ? ?-. ?.-? * ?'?'?'* ' ' *' .'? -? ' ..? ' UJE-HOJ SALE UQl SALE HO! Eed House, Lyceum Stores, 'bird Block, Pall MM, Bendigo, la UolJiag one of liie Largest Sales @y@i* held 1st - . .... BEsfeia©. ?;;? QBE GOODS. JV#ST GO AT ANY ?.PlftCE,: , ;.'? ?????. [ EVERYTHING In Ouf jVarefaoiise Marked to [ : ?-; cost trice, v :?;?' ?/. ?-..- ? :C// I f?EW OF OUE PEippS S.HQWi,X0P..W^r^':^i.ND-?:6'.llp.; I ? ??fS^p.J--. .._!.--^.siAV,.J-.-^ . ?„ - -' . : --?'?? _??, ... . -?? ??' ? I Old Price!. Sale Prices. I £ 8 d s -1 I 1 0 White Doable Sheeting for SJf I 1 0 White Colonial Flannel for 6J I 15 0 Colonial. White Blahkets I - (double bed) for ? 12 C. I _ _ 10 0 English Whitney Blankets I RATi'Enf itdoublebedjfor.,. ... 10 G I WJ£3..U.U . 4 Stripped FJajinelelts for I dozen ? .. 1 11 I . 3 3 2-yds wide Floorcloth for 1 0 I ? 1.. 5 0 Ladies' Mackintoses for ... 12 0 I ' } C Ladies' Fawn and Brown I ' Capes for ? i 11 I .10 0 ladies* Ruv...
Stock Report. STOCK MOVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
Stock Report. stock m«»vi-:mi :t.-- r«-|Ki.uM -3-.IS ni,.iiii...v.,, li -in Wui. ]liil!-.il ti. Vuli.i !i ; l'J *:..?! T'l'l'. A. Au-tin'H (MnrKlia) 1. 1: '?» o H«.n. t Vi-- ri-i; :L1l.)un-Mfr..iii i- : -'»'»-'- -' I Tuciimttiil : Th -Wp Jr.... r-.-liifinr'H CWk 1'V mil l.i »»n -i.-. ??'-?'? 'Hli'-i* f ..-n \Y«Md....li ... M |i..i.in«: -lit'' I'«ik* up Here nml Jim*' l'1'^' «??''* (M'(J.i..cli Hr-B ') t.. To. .in ? : i n-rm'. fnnn Ui.ili.jiiiii to V ? ?'??' by ''I;'-1- Slirnisliiir -?«?-« mill I'1'- '' '?? A Kn^iu'n, Minilaimiiii.
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
Sporting;; ^l^j Mr G. G. Pteaa^^l W^i^(to Auckland Derby iflSt'Wlet^liPn ponent, Royal '''-.Aitiijferj'i' I ^0iat gent leman's previqusijiotBrieSiJvrt'e with Maxim, Scots'flrey,'^i^^pn, Stepniak, JJluefne, Miildiof^^.na It is quite likely that -Maistefjjl-a Carabine, and'United -Staies^Wte performers Ibat the turJFitanjllplpra to lose, will be seen. uftcIeri:Bife at t}ie next autumn Jtieetings, ,^cre; being word to that ieffisct frpjujmeir head-quarters. ' '?.. ? * ._' |^| . Chelsea, wlio distiiigJuislipdJ^ini seif in the Flerninston :Sle^^S^se the other dayj had'Tievfir.^t^^l^s^ got ? over tint coutse^'r'wli^pllf a ^mistake. . Hitliertp he^'^^^^^P ftiled ? sX';'M Tihe ^p^i^Ur^mf name by which the forniidabje stone wall opposite the abattoirs . js: Best known. : ./ ? ;fV. :'i E., Davis picked iSp a Hltle^dbuijle at Kyneton (Vic.), -tin' Thursday with Lylie, a daughter oif Sir Oliyer, The leading Went, the Siirriflier Handicap, was . won .by the- Pay hpr.'e, Rio GrAndev- .. :;Si« : P...
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
THE WAR. The British losses for the month of December have been heavier than usual, namely, 220 killed, 431 wounded, and 393 died from accident and disease. During the same period. 1456 menwere invalided homo. From tho beginning of the war in October, 1899, to the end of December last, 931 officers and 18,033 men have perished, while 26G1 officers and 61,606 men have been invalided home. Tho total of killed in battle, died from wounds or disease and permanently disabled is 24,299, so that number re presents the losses, in men to the na tion .during the 20 iiiojoths over which the ' struggle haB ' extended. These figures naturally accentuate tho regret that the war has 'been so prolonged, and must intensify the desire that it shall be brought to au early conclu sion.
TENDERS FOR ROAD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
TENDERS 1-OR ROAD WORK. Tenders nddressed 10 the clerk o Potty Sessions at Duniliquin anil endowed ?? Tender for Uosd Work,' will be received up to nnon ou Wed nesday, tho 15t.li day of January, 1002, for works on tho following roads : — Contract No. G — '01— '02 — Ap proaches to Boltou Street bridge. 17 — '01 — '02— Pretty Pine to iloula mein. 20— '01 — '02— Jerilderio to Daysdalo. 28— '01— '02— Moulamein towards Swan Hill. 27— '01— '02— Jerildorio - Goolgumbla to Coonong Siding. Tho above arc Fresh Tenders. 88— '01 — '02 — Fencing Wandook Tank. Specifications may bo seen at the Court Houses — Deniliquin, Moula mein, Borrigan and Jorilderio.
Moulamein Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
Moulamein Races. The fo!!oa-ing are the i«MilU of Oie ioaagaral meeKng of the Mnulimein Am«r tcor lurf Club Iscld on ]S'i*'»g Day :— Tiiui. Stikk». W. M»rUn'» reter, 8-1 1311. (Fiitmauria!) 1 J. O arkc'ii Crown, Sst «3!b (M'hJWlic) B J. UorniMi's V«ugBla, Sm lllu (Sylvester) 3 Hukiii.k Rai-e, B. TU'lvenzie's Bockct, lOsl 71b -0wner) 1 E. S. Bailliere's Stanley, list (Fitz mauricc) ? - J. Clarke s Jimmy governor, 1 lal (Sjlrcs ler ? t ?!? 3 PunUCANS l'CKSK. E. S. Bailliere'8 Ruby, list (Martin) ... 1 .1. Clarke's Crown, list (.M'Kenrie) ... 2 J. Herman's Vengcla, list (king) ... 3 Bonnie Jean and Gordon also started. MotTLAJIEIN HANDICl^r. - G. Fry'a Evasion, 7st (Fitzmaurice) ... 1 W. Holmes' Vanity, lOsl (Holmes) ... 2 W. Holmes' Allue, 9s 51b (Sylvester) ... 3 Fmiko Handicap. W. Marlin'a Peter, 7et Mb (Fitzmaurice) 1 — . M'Kcnzic's Racket, 8sl 51b (Owner) 2 J Clarke's Marie, Sst 21b (Jones) ... 3 Allus also BUrted. Hack Racf,. G. Try's Gordon (Filzmauricc) ... . . 1 J. Herman's Vc...
DROWNING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
? DROWNING ACCIDENT. On Friday _ Mr F. W. Garstang received information from the Moula niein police of the accidental drowning in the Billabomj.of Harry Mertz, 1 vears old. a e-randson of Mr Martin Mertz, manager of Windouran Station. About three 'years ago a little sister of deceased was drowned at the same spot. '
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
Mr William A. Montgomerie, lied teacher of the Hay Superior Public School, has 'beou promoted to North Sydi'oy. * A SHAM, ct-ttago at Curranyalpa, near Tiljia, in tho Bouilio district, N.S.W., occupied by a family named Smith, was destroyed by fire on Sunday night. The father and a daughter, 16 years of ago were severely burned, and the latter died on Mouday morning. A-sbocking accident occurrod at Goul liurn (N.S.W.) on Tuesday to a boy. n lmed lteubon Redshaw. He got caught in 60uie bolting, and had one of his arms torn right off near the socket. Tho other arm was fractured. .The racing ditpute with the S.A.J.C. has been satisfactorily settled. ' .
A PENSIONER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
_____ A PB&SIONER FINED. i Phillip Cahul is an old age pensioner, and receiving his usual monthly in stalment on Friday -he kept up the new year byindulging in sundry' long beers.' Phil, naturally got elevated, and not being able to take care of himself was locked up. He appeared before the Police Magistrate on Satur day, and was fined 7s 6d or 10 days' hard labor.' As this was OahiU's second offence since receiving the pension, the Magistrate ordered that his next instalment, be forfeited. While the police are to be commended for their action in this case it would bo just as well to go a little further, and endeavour to find out the publican who supplies the drink to men like Cahill.
SHEARERS' DEPOSITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
SHEARERS' DEPOSITS. At the meeting of the Hospital Oommittee on Tuesday evening a letter was read from Mr W. R. Raleigh, of Hartwood Station, for warding a cheque for £23 19s. Of that amount Mr Raleigh said a sum of £12 represented forfeited deposits of the following shearers :— Messrs. Chas. Beatty, T. Glenn, A. Beecroft, M. Dunne, J. CuIHb, /O. Lewis, Jaa. Harrington, A. Cobon, W. Patten, R. West, A. West, and J. West.