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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

[change of business. public Announcement. A. ROWE tirWFSS in End (Street carried on for ho many V hv Mr B S. Holt,, and hopes by civility and fc attention to taBinwto merit a continuance Lblic natronage. .. ;v: ..-:? y ' ' ' febertsoir& Douglas bave' added a well assorted consignment of [rockefy & Class Ware Iheit large stock of Grocery and Ironmongery find while thanking the public of Denil.iquin I ind district for their support during the last involve months, trust by the excellent quality Eiinil low prices of all their, goods to merit a. [coui'uuance of the same in future. [ NOTE THE ADDEESS : [OBERTSON & D0UQLA5, I NAPIER' STREET, DENLLIQU1N. , / ?? liE BSLLABONG HOTEL I CONAUGQp UAMES WHITER I ? ' ? ? ? ? -: ? : ?AS pleasure in bringing under thenotice of the I residents of CONARGO and DlSTEICT,. ?also the Tbavelling Public that :.he has^ ? a lease of the above well-known Hotel from,' K Rogers, and trusts by keepjng only, the Aery ?brands of, Wines, Spir...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Comet. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

The Comet. Does it portend a dry or a wet season? the writer was asked last week as the speakeo gazed at a point about 20 degrees above the western horizon, where loomed th& beautiful comet. Without claiming so much know ledge as would entitle him to the position of judge in the ' Comet Department ' — were the Deniliquin P. and A. Society offeiing a prize for their display ; yet he might be able to explain the phenomena in a way, which at least might be of some assistance to those to whom the opportunity of studying them had never arisen. There is nothing, super natural about a comet, nor does it mean anything in particular. It is a body revolv ing round the sun, and attracted by it and the planets, in obedience to the ordinary law of gravity the spectro scope proves that comets shine partly by reflected sunlight and partly by gaseous light of their own, and most comets contain carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen and other well-known gases. The substance of which a comet is compo...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rochester Races. Quarrel Over Cards. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

: Rochester JRaea^ Ho: The following are the nominations for the Rochester Jockey- Club's meeting, which takes place on ;22nd inst. : — Handicap Trial, Stakes. — Mayboy, !jEady Wat.kins, Creeping Jane, No Mis take, \Dick Tu'rpin, The Pest, Cylorama, vAIcina, Vesta,. Director, Eastward, Pilot, ; Dickens, Invalid, Convent. lf Hurdle Race. — Goodshot, Game Girl, E3arrow,. Rliodpn, Battery, Too Late, fcaust, Tiffen, Falcon, Flying Jib, Pro posal, Tara, Grey Ronald, Birthday. Publican's Pursed' — Valentine, Bolinda ¥ale,. Homespun, No Mistake, Jackson, : ^eno.IIi, .Fourwings; G.H:^ Starlight, Mayflowefj Piloti Flying: Jib, Templar, ?Martyr, Blodwyn, Lady Lemhos, Envcfy ness, Venganza, Tara, Grey Ronald. Half-mile Flutter. — Lady Watkins, Bolinda Vale, Creeping Jane, Rujub, ZenolL, The Pest, Ralph Leigh, May B;, Gyclorama, Alcina, Greygown, Vesta, Gondah, Take Down, Convent, Melanc thon, Templar, Martyr, Lady Lemnos, Sunrise, Axedale, Levard, Vesperus.' Trot. — Dexter, Chester, Dublin, Fl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Equity Court, Sydney. (Before Mr Justice A. H. Simpson, Chief Judge in Equity.) HAMILTON v. GERAGHTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Equity Court, Sydney. (Before Mr Justice A. H. Simpson, Chief Judge in Equity.). .; . , ? HAMILTON v. GERAGHTY ? ..In this case, which had come before the ;Court 3n a previous day Mr Bethune, instructed by Messrs. Piggot and Stin-. son (agents for Messrs. Alexander and Windeyer, of Peniliquinj, appeared for the plaintiff, Matthew George Hamilton, -he administrator of the estate ot Thomas Johnston, deceased,; Mr.Richj instructed by Messrs, Villeneuve Smith and Dawes (agent for Mr E. J. Laman, of Deniliquin). appeared 'for1 the defendant; ' Bridget (ieraghty. His Honor, in delivering his reserved judgment, said that .the case was a de murrer to a statement of claim. /The facts alleged were that one James Connor em ployed Messrs. Johnston and Fox, a firm pf builders, to erect for him a house on land which he believed to be his own. .The defendant was the real owner, and ;she knowing of Connor's mistaken belief, £tdod by and allowed him to build on her land. The plaintiff, as administra...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Remarkable Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

A Reiiiarkable jobbery. Mr John Hayward, the proptietorof the City ?pining-ropms, 144 Bourlce.street, re ported tb' the police on Moriday.^hat '.. vo4 the previous evening his bedroom was' en- tered in his absence, and the sum of ^267 in eaten 'stolen. ' He ,sta|ted that he left the premised, with his wife, at /about : 8 o'clock and returned at 1 1 o'clock, to find C&ait his bedrbom, which is upstairs, ah'd*oVeiSpoks BbUrkfe-street, had been visited by^ia thief, The' window h'as no catch, and Mr Hay ward supposes .that the intruder cfirnip^ on to the stand erected in front of trie premises,* arid got through the window* An' examination of the room shpwedthat a' box containing the week's' takings, amounting to £1267, had been lopied, The rnoiiey consisted of ^'100 in silver and ^'165 in gold, and was placed in four can vas bags. The detective office : has the matter in hand. ' . : ' Aielegramhasbeen received by thePrima Minister from Sir Andrew Clarke, aa tha survivor of the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Solicitor's Misconduct. MR. L. F. HEYDON FINED £50. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

A Solicitor's Misconduct. MR. L. F.HEYDON FINED £50. The f'FuU ' Court, Sydney, deliyered judgrne'nt on Friday in the case in which Louis Francis Heydon had been' called upon, at the instance of the Law Institute, to answer certain allegations; and to show cause why he should not be dealt with by the court. It appeared that Mr Heydon was retained as solicitor for the plaintiffs, all infants, nine in number, in the admini stration- suit of Moss vi Moss. .There were eleven defendants,1 with varied in terests, and Mr Heydon was asked to act for -five of them, but being retained by plaintiffs, whose interests were hostile, he could not do that. He, however, placed the interests of these five defendants in the handsTof. j&ve separate, firms, having made an arrangement, by which he, was to receive from these legal firms a percent age of the costs .received, by them. This agreement was not disclosed to the judge, Master, in Equity pr; the taxing, officer. In fact, Mir Heydon's mana...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deniliquin Birthday Racing Club. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

1 ? — ? ? ? Denilicuin Birthday Racing Club. THE HANDICAPS. Tbe following Handicaps have been, declared for the principal events to be run on Friday, May 24 : - , . Tbial Handicap— Six furlongs-. 8t. lb. P. Neylandte b g No- Mistake, 6yus ... .— 9 0 A. Finlayson's br tn Creeping Jane, 5yrs .~ 7 12 T. Elliott's br g Dick T urpin, 6yiw» ... ... 7 7 F.Duggan's b m Lady bertha, 4yrs ? 7 o T. Wilson's Invalid ? — — ' * E S. Bailliere's ch a Lieutenant Bill, i'yrs ... 7 u G. Moyland's b m Vesta, 3yrs ? 6 12 A. Cameron's- bm Mabel, aged ? ^ ? F. Duggan'sb.na Miss Olive, 4yrs ? 6U G. H. Outranks blk g Blackmore, aged ... 6 11 J. Hen viskie's-bg Musician, 3 yre ? 6 10 C. F. De Fracas br f Miss Hercules, 2yrs ... 6 7 CChristison's br or Mkf Eaglet, 2yre ... 6 7 JA\ Holmes' b f Alus,. 2yrs ... ? 6 7 J. BlackaU's blk mTlie Pest, aged ... -.6 7 Hurdle Rack — About two miles. st. lb. L. Holmes' br o» blk g. Stormlight,. 5yrs ... 11 5 Miss Ferguson's b g Geodshot, 6yrs ? 11 0 J. Evans' b or br g T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 May 1901

'T'-& An Honest.^ Hgi ;;.®;e . .' Man's Words. HIS iTt^l^^i^ M*' Ge0- Miu'ard Walker- Hawera, New iM|* £1 1 ltO§FLg. W Zealand, a hale, hearty and active man, told ^saEtijy I §his own experience to a reporter ot the Hawera iMjvHfl Morning Post, who took, down his words. Mr. l||j|;t|) Walker, who came to JJew Zealand as a private ipWRKj^fj §in the Queen's Own Regiment— and later on iB'.&Tll .went through the. Maori War serving under %k^aW ' H$\ General Chute, exchanged the life of a soldier M^I^^M »!§ for that' of a gold miner. It will be seen that he \||fes m —nBwa^j&s' 'n na-^ suffered severely from Sciatic Fever and ^??'-E-°£t£jy Hffi^; ^\'Ague, and Rheumatic Fever, and was treated Hf^fil m|^Cg, W Uusuccessfully 'Dy hospitals and doctors. He, \|mS^ If § himself, regarded his case as hopeless. He ^|B?wra, '« was, however, promptly, permanently and (|IpK£(-s || entirely cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills msibxjf §for Pale People. ' . !%mv$mW\ 'I- am,' said he,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 May 1901

Sporting: Mems. | Be WKLLliSLiuY.l Just before the mail left England the Hampton horse Pneon was purchased for Australia, but the name cl the buyer did cot transpire. I neon is a .tesoeiMant of the famous Alice Hawthorn, Lb dan. Photinia being Uy the Stockwcll horse Dncas fjom Fair Aiice, by CauibaFcan from \oong Alice, b- Young Melbourne from Sweet Hawthorn, by Sweet meat fiom Alice Hawthorn. Mr II. Oxenban, who has always isbown a niarKei; fondness for the progeny of Cerise and Blue, lia received in Sydney from Tucka 'Iuckaa yearlmt gelding and two-year-old filly from her by Goz-- These two are the last of Cerise and Blue's stock. The Williamstown club held a meeting on Satur day. The weather was fine, and. there was a gout) attendance. The racing was good. Results:— Kororoit Hurdle Race *teel Arrow, 9.0 (Carter) 1 ; ?Skysail, 9.1. (Williamson) 2 ; Jenico, 10.8 (Hoysted) 3 Winner started at 10 to 1 aget. Welter Handi cap— Kooma 8.12 (O'Brien) 1 ; Melodeon 8.2 (Cooper) 2 ; Musgo, 7...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 May 1901

; 2CHUCA. MessLS John Watson and Co. report having con ducted a special stock sale at Echuca on FriHay. which ?vJas ;heir opening sale at their new yards There was a very:laige attendance. The yarding comprised 13,150 sheep aud 380 cattle. The sheep were all Northern-bred, and generally of fair quality, with odd lines of taking sheep. The cattle com prised lines of good fattening bullocks, ami smaller lines of mixed suits and poddies. Biddings were quiet in the early part of the auction sale of sheep, but improved as gales progressed, and. although many lots were passed, a very fair proportion sub sequently changed bands by private contract, 'while the. whole of tbe cattle yarded1 met with ready sale, and a total clearance was affected. Prices were fully up to the late h.igh rates ruling here. Quota tions : — S00 crossbred ewes, pood frames, and in good condition, showing well in lamb to merino rams, ail good mouths, 12s 7d ; 1,300 merino wethers € and 8-tooth, Coree-liiverina-bred,...

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Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 May 1901

Over the Border. MELBOURNE. A special case in connection with the maintenance of a cliihl was Elated to Mr Justice Mood in the Practice Court on Friday, and his Honor pave his reserved decision. The plaintiff was Catherine Moore and defendant Patrick Muhoucy. At the 'Court of Petty Sessions at Suepparton, Mrs Moore, on bchaii of her daughter, who is dead, summoned Mahoney for the maintenance of a child, and the Court made an order for payment of a certaiu 6um per wcdk. The decision was the subject o£ an ap peal to the General Sessions, but the magistrates' order war. upheld by Judge Johnston. Defendant carried the matter still rurthsr, and Mr Justice . Hood was &sk£d to reverse the decisions of t. e courts below, oa the giound that there was no evi dence to support the inakicg of the order. His Honoi' on Friday dismissed the appeal. He said the questior. for him was not whether he would have made & similar order as tbe .Court of Petty Sessions, but whether the findin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 May 1901

CHANQEOFBUSIN^I Public Announcement. I A. ROWg I WISHES to inform the Public r,f n ?- 1 that he has purchased the F PtSI BUSINESS in End Street, carried r,'n , lEl years by Mr R. S. Holt, and hope* uT £??«? strict attention to business to merit \ „ !'» of public patronage. ''''?I Robertson & Dou J Have added a well assorted consigmj Gfockepy & G|aJ Wape 1 To their large stock of Grocery and ftoiicJ and while thanking the public of DeU and district for their support during tijfl twelve months, trust bv the excellent mM and low prices of all their goods to d9 continuance of the same in future, ? NOTE THE ADDET.SS : ? ROBERTSON & DOUGLaI NAPIER STREET, DEKILIQI'IX. I THE BILLABONG HOW CONARGO. 1 dAAflES WHITEI HAS pleasure in bringing under the notices residents of Conakgo »hI LifjjH and also the Travelling Pibmc tte kH taken a lease of the above wel'-kuiuvn llo^H Mr R lingers, and trusts by ki-i ?: -iiv nn'v mfl best brands of Wines, Spirits. :im! uaijomfl air ...

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Carnegie's Life and Gifts. FROM POOR BOY TO MILLIONAIRE. A SCHEME OF BENEFACTION. NEW YORK, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 May 1901

Carnegie's Life and Gifts. FROM POOR BOY TO MILLIONAIRE. A SCHEME OF BENEFACTION. . (FROM ' AKGUS '' CORRESPONDENT. New York, April 12. Andrew- Carnegie sailed away three weeks ago for his castle in Scotland, which is not a long journey from the humble weaver's cottage at Dunfermline where he was born 63 years ago he had sold out his interest in the great steel works for something more than 2oo,ooo,ooodol., and v/as free to spend the remainder of his life, as he said, 'in the making of his soul.' Un that last day m New York he had made great gifts, but the public was not to know of them until he was out on the ocean. The next morning we read first the memorable letter in which he gave 4,000, ooodol. to endow a fund for superannuated and disabled employes of the Carnegie Steel Company. With this was i,ooo,ooodol. for the support of the three libraries built by him near his great steel factories in Braddock, Homestead, and Duquesne, at a cost of 5Od,ooodol. each. These small cities ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 May 1901

L ? nafiP-e, SufcW Times, Arrow, Sportiag ?r.tfv*n'i Wind** Malaria*, Hamswcrths fc/n -Pictorial Ifisgeflne, OasseU* New Ptauw ft;^' Cliaring Crow Ksgmnc, Owo U's K'%n3 WeWo-'« Monthly ; !*«*- f :f*- ?SXaS? Smoke, Oaion Jack, DeiWtira *Uffl, Kl^ and to, Boys'- First .Bate J-iUwry,. Ki Pill's 1,'brary, He*rl'B Ease Labriiry, Trae ?*',- 'bnry ilUraled Bite, Sketchy Bits, ??...r» !i'v si.-jpei . Scraps, Snap Shot.-, Answer* I !v w-'4l' Cit^veWe, Fhot.o Bite, Illustrated R iki- Bo'V UiJ-i-o-Cate Novelette, Auline H. ?SVorld'B Comic. Comic Cut., Comic ^Lvfe, E Comic, IliustrsUid. Chips, Pict-McUp, ? ,. Ropre Momenta, Nuggets, Fanny \Vondcs, fci'-i'Lifc, Home Chat, Horaer's . Stones,; K'a Siories, Home Stories, Goldea btoriea, Kiv Herald Supplement, bcottish Nights, BW°9 Princess! Family, Fireside, and Ladies Own Kcle:ie=.Golde'u Penny, Miller's Annual Sporting Hpblct, 'and Sydney Sportsman. ? d. E. F. HOSKING, B.Ii.r.S., ENGLAND— L.B.C.P,, LONDON, Hfieriy Resident Obstetrician, in Giiy'u...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 May 1901

A.OtuKOH 'iO 3x.tjtjaE.-0a h^L-y at iha Ohul El«i*c»t&J Q.^c: J*.5 week (Etya a Sjficey axchaage) ii ww: tlaSod that m « gocer&l sloctioii waa «spec&i to t&ko placa bboftly i6 ?rouid be fco T?eli to lesuen aote:of cautioE. to electort,. A grss,* mcity people are not la poc^sasioaof ijlectore' rights, aud tae giciioe a&vs begun io oolieot ibe names o£ those entitled to be eiirolled, this 'being done under the authority o! the Amending ElectOM.1 Act passed last ye&r. The fact that the police ere collecting the names of electors Trill not, kowever, confer the right of voting foe 3om-, time to come, as ihia work ia being doac ia preparation for the compilation of the aew rolls ia -October oi.' November nest. The lists from which these rolls are com-' piled have to be made out in July. If, any person who is not at. present enrolled as an elector desires to have the right of voting at the nest election it will be hie duty to apply to the sle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 May 1901

?artsmlth and Shoeing I Forge. I LANG3HAW, K, S 'b*™ in the back portion of the premises K ?' vine SwHIerj Emi-oviura, and trust by ?alimion to business to merit a fair share of K-rt. ? ?kinds of Buggies and Waggons ? repaired'. Reshoeingand General Blacksmith Hng by a Competent Tradesma. MARGES MODERATE. ?a trial solicited. ? WANTED, z ?oOO PELTS 2,000. I L.. JO.N.E-8, ^M SADDLER, &C.r DENILIQCIN, H the Highest Cash Price for all H Kinds of Furred Skins. ^H Hides, from 2d to 3£d per lb: ^^B Sheepskins, from id to 6d per lb. ^^Bliair, Beeswax, and all kinds of Sundries. ?j. WHITELOCK, ^Bl'llE RELIABLE TAILOR. ^^^V : !:*'« r! n Inrpe and varied assortmeni l^^^B\ve.-t liesigus iu Autumn and Winter* Good ^^^?iH)!V Eu^lii-h. Irish, and Scotch Tweeds |^^^B Cnatiusrs and Trouserings ; in ? entiles j^^^B We guarantee a perfect Fit, and unap ^^^H-!e Viilue. The Mercery Department com ^^^Hllie latest styles in — ^^Bes. - - , ? u^^B COLLARS. ? ' J^H SHIRTS. . A^^H HOSIERY. . ,^H rugs,...

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The State Parliament. MR. JOHN [?] ADDRESSES THE ELECTOR[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 May 1901

7kt State P-^ithascu-t, , me, .voek r-a^ie ADDEas338 *mw 3LE0T0fi.C. Or Sucadty ftrctiug li^i LLr ^obu Lewie, ©C Kofrtfla, who is z candidate for the Bjni iiquin seat in the Ctato Parliament, addressed - the-electocB in the Town Hall, i'iie Mayor occupied tho ch&rr, and in introducing the candidate asked that ke should be gives a fair hearing. Mr Lewis prefaced hie address by sayia'g that seven years ago he had addressed the electors in the Town Hall. The great ques tion then was Australian union, and in order that the cause might be saved, he had withdrawn from the contest in favor of Mr George Chandler, who held the same views as he did. Happily that union had been accomplished and the election of the Federal Parliament had created a vacancy in the State Parliament, aud hs humbly submitted himself for the electors consideration and approvaj. H6 desired to impress upon the electors thut he would not utter one wor-1 by inference or otherwise disparaging of his worthy opponen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 May 1901

r.'O^rr-T.— '?'. :—? v.:- !.''c 1 t-r 'xi^t-?, arc 1 i~- 1 - -- -, M rT»-f.:nSrr-A.::-./a.;.'1;J .'??c-toi.-:t.; c^;;,.;^. ? *i 1 [?] dowo. £!--«. «^s& »trat8kv£ h^fe^B b«£ cf utctaetR, ^« teo J=£ ttmu «sjH vtai t. arot-sloae iLiig«tcfcvl-a;bya|l^B to io laaiy , *ei «4» *? »Sae. -? wUlStli™ I of 13S EUiieB-BU-Mk, Wcat H^i^ H Mr. Etkrtecii!— MIa*bM^6o£al4|M end it vu tbet^ s.y uuTtxrtsticj c^h^I En tks wo4 &&£ esld, w& ba»b tt tb]M £ouVt I got c «UIU ikt.t eif. ' ? I ec u? i)ifl «&o euiua. T!a6«» «« aaaphg (-i^H Ey okoulfian, elfeovra, uk£ Jcwt bfl^H 1 I «ctti& feat =-? ^'w L~ ty'-'- -r»«,«^M few* ae cay S^a, *!.«« I Bta»|Mitopl^H I ify sl»~? b*»civ» £rraf»lte «ti !^^H I Bi.iioclunu fooliiU. *-??**- weall ni^^H «t its & d«.uip »w»-at, okd tlwl tilrt^H ?Uiiii I U&« lace U U {r'gl'HttdaN^^B 1 I did »«4 ?«' f ?«? '-*y =*'''?? 'c,{ '^H c tiU I KU gainfully b.l«kU fc.|. S WJU8 Itokf --U fcl-Uko*. «M a ^H [?] the *-th« -j ? -l...

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Wedding. ROBINS—BURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 May 1901

Wedding. EOBINS— BURNS. One of the preektiest weddings we hare trer sees in Bcorke occurred on Wednesday morning last week in the Presbyterian Charon, when Mr Ernest A. Robins, second eon of Mr C. J. Robins, of Brewarrice, took auto himself, for good and all, Miss Annie Barns, of JBoarke. The invitation cards made attendance imperative at 0.30 a.m., and by that hour the Church was crowded. The sacred edifice was nicely decorated with bamboos and chrysanthemums, an arch be ing prettily formed before the altar, and from the top of which wore suspended three beau tiful large white flower bells. This work, we learn, was executed by Misses Hatten and ?6ters, and Mesdames W. Tully and Howells. At the appointed time the bride entered on the arm of her father, closely followed by the bridesmaids, while the bridegroom with his groomsmen, Messrs Tarbolton and J. Burna, was ready to receive them. As a preliminary to the ceremony the wedding hymn ' The Voice that Breathed O'er Eden .'was sung b...

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Melbourne Markets. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 May 1901

M^Stoui'ne Markets. Y*i.i;KESDiirf,llAY 22, F'« Bkitif.~lS.iCC-; a icily supply, oon sfcUnt'abiefly oi middling and usafal deo ATia^fli.a. In iha early part o£ the market e aitd was net evenly sustained though ?^rifiw were preoiically unaltered ; compe tition, fcowevsif, became irregulav, weaken ing as £«.lse progrsssed to. decidedly lower ouOtatioiSj middling ^a& inietior .grades beiog most di&oult to quit. Prime cross I bred w&fhecB, 17b Cd to 19s B&, aoeotdiag to weight end quality, * few cntra 20s Gd; good. 1Kb- to 26s- 8d-; saidaiiag and in ferior, Us S3 ; 'prfiaa crossbred swsa, I4s few csiK^ Ms-fid ; good,: !£s E& 18b Cd; Biiddling aad iaiezici1, Gb; best merino woihesc, 16q 6d to ISs Gd, witU Eivenna drafts lCs -3d and 17fl && &», 18s ; good, I8s 3d to TSi ;? niidciiag e&d intefLor, 10s, maiiiso owes, lla 6c.. . I I FiT Oawbi.— X6CG yfcmei, corapvidBg ISO N.tJ.W., wu rortnera cwkiob, »t»i/ wtjyo land, an...

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