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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Church Services, j ? CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ] Epiphany Sunday.— Eeniliquin, mornW :. and 11 a.m., and evening at 7.ro p.m* J Yen.. Archdeacon B1

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Echuca Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Echuca Mems* A labourer named William , Thompson, while engaged cutting some branches from a willow tree, fell from a ladder upon which lie was standing, and fractured his collar-bone.— Anbtherlabourer, named William. Mapperson was riding- a hbrse barebat.li, when, he collided with a vehicle coining in Ibe opposite direction.- Mapperson was thrown, and also kicked in ? the back /by Qie horsu.— An elderly man named' John Xonergan was _ar rested on Thurs !day on a charge of damaging Government property. He asked. the officer; in. charge of the local, police station' to loek him up, but this he refused to do and Lonergan, determined tosucceed, threw a stonr; through a window, and ho. was ai-rested.— The girl, Kowbottom, who hail her. scalp torn. off, .is doinp fairly well in the hospital and there, is ajiope of her. recovery..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Local Stock Sales., Messrs- Mackenzie Bros., JjenJiquin, report having sold the following subl-jj curing the past six. weeks :— 1,475 fai.crx-s!iu:-.d and merino wethers,. and 12 Lincoln rams lorH. Eicketson, Cornalia ; 6,000 7 and 8 years old ewes for Canally station, Balranald ; 800 6-tooth wethtrs and 500 eiOLsbred and merino ewes for James Malo ne, !.; niud gerie;, 1,287 wethers* ewes, ..\-'. ether weaners for R. S. Anderson, - . 210 crossbred lambs and 167 crossbixa i-.'-\s for D. Davies, Barratta ; 2,000 we.'-oi weaneus for Messrs A. Sloane and Si - wahs station, Mulwala; HS.crossbreu and weaners for John Barr, Black S'wrii.o}. ; lio crossbred wethers and wtsaners fo. , -. vies, Booroorban ; 1,275 crossbred and l,utO fat merino wethers for Messrs Mack-ay and Cop land, Pomingalarna,.Wagga ; 2,800 aged mer ino ewes for Hon. Wm. McCulloch, V, aibrec can, 2,000 6 year old ewes for Messrs : i L.urin Bros., Moroco ;- 19-5 rams for Messrs J. and J.. Dickson, Caroonboon ; 362 mixt . ,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Paint Poison! I Undermines his Health. THEY TOLD HIM TO EFFECT ^ A CURE j Clements Tonic j Was a DEAD BiRD. The Case of 1 Miy Christopher Cullen. (From chi Liverpool Herald, Aiig.l3thtlS9S,) j (bt oor own reporter). I 'Please -obtain full -details as to his ii!tifeS. 3 and recovery, and also as to his present, ita.^. j of health.' These were the instructions I received by our (Liverpool Herald) reporter I to visit 1 Mr. Christopher Cullen, Atkin son Street, Liverpool. Mr. Cullen is as widely known as esteemed. He is a master painter, . and the newspaper man betook himself and discovered Mr. Cullen ob the top of a house which he was painting, . 'May I have a word with you iJboutyonr late illness,' asked our reporter? At which Mr. Cullea descended, and stated, 'I am, f lad to get away from the paint pots for atime, can tell you, for a too close acquaintance with them was the first cause of my sickness. .. I got Lead Poisoning from the paint. Pains in the limbs attackd me, especially i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket Chatter. DENILIQUIN v. NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Cricket Chatter. DEN1LIQUIN v, NATIVES.. [By DxjcK'Egg.]; On Saturday last the above clubs me on the local cricket ground in the final match of the third round .for the premier ship arid Mr F.. Sparrow's.. -trophy.. The day was a scorcher, but notwithstanding the heat the usual sprinkling of spectators turned, out to witness the match. A. H. Windeyer captained Deniliquin and W. Burns the Natives.^ The former on win ning the toss deciaea to Oai, anu uisi-usam put together 1 7r runs before the last wicket fell.- The Natives had, at the call ofc time, lost four wickets for 90 runs. With good ?-?weather a very Interesting : finish _sl;ould fesult fo-mp^w whan the : matqli will 'be feoncii^ed.^'^Tlfefflet^ng ol' both clubs was only fair. . Messrs A. E. Perrin, ^ Woodsy and W. Matthews, stood as umpires during- the afternoon anfl navp general satisfaction. ? Fordham and Stewart were deputed to open Deriiliquin's innings to the bowling of Robins and Armstrong. The former im mediately comme...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sergeant-Major Frank Weir. HIS DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Sergeant- Major Frank WeirJ HIS DIARY. October 14. — Visited Dasspoort loit to day, which was built by the Boors, who bad only time to take their guns away, leaving the forsundestroyed. It has now two naval guns and a 280 pound (sbell) lyddite gun ; the whole being lit up by electric light, with its own dynamos in the fort worked by two Tange engines, in good repair ; it cost the Boer Government £500,000. At last ?we move, and leave at 4 a.m. to-morrow for Plennar River. October 15. — Marched 28 miles to-day, but only carried a 101b. kit.. I left most of mine in Pretoria. We have our old mates ? — the Canadian Battery — with us once more. All the Country looks beautifully green, the Acacia bushes, though just putting on their green leaves ; but it is different from the sombre green of the Australian trees. It is more like the English green that I have read about. October 16. — Left camp at 4 a.m. and came to Plennar River, right on the frontier. A Boer laager is within 4 miles of he...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Over the Border. MELBOURNE. . 'named John Edmiud Kasb,.o£ CdrsairfsXreet, Burn ley, shot his wife, after a quarrel, following on a drinking bout, in. which both participated. Nasli who was employed by Mr James M'Coll, baker, of Camberwell, returned home ^.i 10 a.m.lu the day, .after being at work all night.. He had brought his .wages with him and almost immediately he and his wife commenced drinking. They continued the bout all day, and- in. the evening the husband de uianded some money which he alleged his wife had in her possession. The woman deniedrthat she had any money, whereupon' he attacked her three or four times. He tried to strangle her; but the woman :gotaway,andraa into the yard. Aftcran interval, she returned te remoastrate with her.'liB8band^who blithe meantime bad secured and loadedTa rifle. He preBentcd the weapon atJiis wife, and siinultanebHsly -demanded die tuoney, which ie alleged.she had in ?her possessiofli Mrs Na9h called oat that ite had none, at the same tim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

THURSDAY NEXT. j AT THE COUNCIL YARDS. [ At 12 o'Clock, sharp* M ACKENZ1B BBOTHEES will hold their Usual | MONTHLY SALE I — OF — I Fat and Store Stock and I Sundries. I — ENTRIES INVITED. — I FOR SALE. ? THE THOROUaHBRED STALLION: I AUTUMN. H Also, ? THE TROTTING PONY I CARACTACUS. H apply-MACKBKZIE BROTHERS. ?UST IMPORTED. H DOUGLAS'S NEW PATENT ?as Satfei* Cooking Stoves H — AND — ?UTOMATIC GAS METERS ? (6d in the Slot) ^?XTLTH this Stove One Burner does Beren ^?Y operations at the same time. ^Hrhc most economical and easiest way of cooking ^^P-' introduced. ^?jjtuves can be seen working at the Gas- 'Works ^^Eere ;il! particulars can be obtained. ^Kl stovks fixed free of charge. ^^Eopies of Testimonials from Gas Experts can be ^^Bi on up plication to — ^B F. PATTERSON SHAW, ^^B Manager Deniliquin Gas Co. ? PUBLIC NOTICE. ^^fcUOVERS and others travelling Stock through ^^m ' Merry vale,' Hill PlaiD, are required to give ^?on rs notice to the undersigned. ^H G. LEETHAM. ^ — ' ? ? M „...

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ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

j} ''-'??'? ??'?;.. :::.^ECj^cA^^r-;'.X;'.:^ ??;???;.? /The wopV«tuniB; for theijjresenC^easiih. show a ?substantial increase.: .\£)j river: 4% J«:^balB8; _were; received, as agaiufet 3M^2 -bales /.last year. ;Frprn jjeniliquin by : trW,.' e^OO^baie^ passed: 'iihiou^h ; compared with 3388 ? last jear, aUd /by tfiaq.^pcatty |}ti5^ales,asiagainst;3259ihl«99.-; v ^ : : - An extraordiuary «icction took fplace on Friday: t©: fiU a; \acaricy; 4'viVe Pphiica ; JBorougJi Council' cVused by the de5jh of^Mr Cr. Jiartin. ^These were :. two ^andidite^ Messrs J^W. Arthur Kelly, and O: Vines.. The former was elected: by a maj-)rJty^l;34 voles. .':.-'??: :'-?' ?.: ?.-?:'??'-_ ?? ' -'.. ; The man, John Ti6nergan| who- threw a- stone through the police station window in order to com pel the police to afrept him, was fined #20 ;. in.' de fault three months' ?jmi»rlsbmneiit by the lueal bench^ ' ? . ? *

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Morago Races. (BY WEARY WILLIE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Morago Races. (By Weaby Willie.) The races at Morago on Tuesday were well attended, and a successful- day's sport was tbe result. The visitors were loud in their praises for the splendid lunch laid on the table by Miss Everitt,of Morago Hotel. Mr E. Doel' horse Hamlet won two races, and our local amateur, Mr J. King, piloted three winners. Appended are the results of the various events : — Maiden Plate, of £2. Six furlongs. La Belle (J. King) ? l Black Gin (M. Hynes) .... 2 Shooting Star (P. Craig) ... 3 Springtime- also started. Won easily. Morago Handicap, of £7. One mile. Loiter (Nevenson) ? l Iris (M. Hynes) ? 2 Starry Leaves (J. King) ... 8 Polyphemus also started. Won easily. Flxino Handicap, of £3. Six furlougs J Hamlet (J. King) ... ... { ' 1 Every Time Yes (M.Hynes)... 2 Warwick (Nevenson) ... . 3 !?obr Jim and Lady Jane also started In this race a false start was made ' »which Lady Jane, Poor Jim and anoiw broke away and run the distance, u , Jane won, but it was declared ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Robertson & Dou^j Kafe added R well assortel cwi: .:-...., j Ware I To their large stock of Grocery siin: Ti^, j ar,d while thanking the public .,: i--? \ and district for their support during \,y,* twelve months, trust by I he csm^Iih^';; ? ami low prices of all Uieir ^?????ui ^ffi continuance of- the same in futmc. '^ ? . KOTJi'THE A»DKE6S : ROBERTSON & DOIJGL^, k a i'n-r. s^rr. ?'kt. 1 1- r : ! ? ??-,?? -v THEBTtCJOkBONG HOTEL ; ;?.; , OOMAiROOc j .JAMES: WHITE, HAS pleasure in bringing uuder theu:ittc.!iU residents . of CONAEGO .ind liiaici I and also the TKAVEiAiKG Public Ih^'m] taken a lease of tne above well-liinm-n ^\m j .Mr R Rogers, and trusts by keeping ? - ?? j i . et.,,,J '. cst brands t?f Wines, KpiritS; aud Lovr.Wisa'J 'ir share of eupport. j GOOO ACCOMiiODATION FOE TEAVXias. First-class stabling. A.Trial Sniicisi, ? : . ?[:'' ???-JAS- WHITE. . I ? ? .:?-... 'r ? . 1'roprieiO!. * ? '? ??-. . ' ? . ' (lateuija^y ? ?' '..?;'-:-. ?:'?' ' ] Napier Street, ...

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Tocumwai Races. [BY WELLESLEY.] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Tocwnwal Races. I By Wklu5pu:v.] The annual race meeting ol u» auoye Club on Tuesday was splendidly attended, visitors from the other side of the Murray being particularly numerous. h°\m}? standing that the fields were small, the racing was first-class, the finish for every event being interesting. Our horses secured; three wins during the day, and in the Flying Handicap the places wore tilled by three of them, viz., Uncas, Lady Bertha, and Mabel. Dr. Warren and Mr A. J. McLaurin, as Judge and Starter respec tively gave every satisfaction, and the Secretary, Mr Meeks, had all his arrange ments in perfect working order. The follow ing are the results : — FEDERATION HANDICAP, of £15. One mile. . , ,. Mr A. Marshal's b m Ruby, 6 yrs, 7.2 (including 7lbB penalty) (Ham Sue) ... ??? 1 Mr T. Edmiston's cli nv Lockspring, 6 yrs (K, Hr-own) ... ??? — ??? 2 Betting ; G to 4 on. Loeksprinfi ; even niouey Ruby. Won easily. Time, liniu-. 4'Jiecs. MAIDEN PLATE, of S sovs. Second horse ] sov out o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

J. E. F. HOSKING, M.B.C.S., BXGLAND-J*.U.O.r.. J-OSPON. Ponna'iy IJfr-sdeiH Obstclrk-ian iu -U:fa Hot-piui — HAS — 1OMMBNCEW l.'llACTIUlfi IN UliNlUQlIlN E Consulting Uooin— Cressy Street, next to Mr Liuni's Oflice. |,si,l(,,1,.t,_\Veus!ev House. | Mackenzie Brothers, LnrK STATIOS ' KOItWAKDIWC. AW» f C--.U'MI$MIOX AfiKVTS I _DENIL1QUIN.— Lv ???????. Thillierforrl & Co.. Melbourne. I,,., ?j.ivf.'aS'J ;lll'l A&enuy Company, Limited I „; \n,s'n;i!i;i. |lll; Cookc and Co. ' I- Northern Assurance- Company; k, L. CULLKY AND CO., | '(Lntc.Brniin, Stevenson and Co,) block, Station and Land Agents, I VALUATORS & AUCTIONEERS, I ' DKNFTJQU1N.. I RkuicIi Offices at Nnrandcra and Tirana. iTw. HOLIES & CO., I Stock and Station Agents, I T. A. FREARSON, I Auctioneer: K. ? — ————— I LEGAL. [\texander and Windeyer, I SOLICITORS. &C. ? END STREET, DENILIQUIN. M Trust Funls for Investment upoii. Mortgages ? from 5 per cent. I. j.--la iv! an; I Solicitor, &a...

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Sports at Jerilderie. (BY TRAINER). [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Sports at Jerilderie. (By Trainee). The residents ot Jerilderie celebrated .New Years' Day and the Commonwealth by holding Bicycle and Athletic Sports, which were well attended, and included four or five competitors from Deniliquin, but with the exception of Beck (who won the wood chop ping contest) none of the others scored a win, a rider from Narandera named Jackson scooping the pool. Results : — Commonwealth Wheel Race, two miles. First, £10 ; second, £3 10s ; third, £1 10s. — L. Jackson (Narandera) 240yd6, 1 ; F. H. Horsburg (Yarrawonga) 240yds, 2 ; J. Haines (Hay), 200yds, 3. Hospital Carnival Wheel Race, one mile and a half. First, £6 ; second, £2 ; third, £1.— L. Jackson, 175yds, 1; A. Ferguson, (Deniliquin), 150yds, 2; F. Horsburg, 175yds, 3. Bicycle Lap Dash. First Prize, £1. — L. Jackson, 1 ; A. Ferguson, 2. Three Mile Scratch Race. First, £2 ; second, £1; third, 15s. — L. Jackson, 1; F. Horsburg, 2. Sheffield Handicap, 130yds. First, £5 ; second, £1 10s; third, £1.— G. Mc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Hotel Tattensall's, Deneliquin. ?MiiteMMiiwiBiiiiil (C. F. DE FRAGA ?EGS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete with' every comfort 1 and convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilates, and the Acconi iit on first-class- Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Pining I} BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER. jhe Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class Groom constantly kept in attendance. )OD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND YARDS. ;ial attention given to Livery, Bait & Letting ;.ng;leana.Ilouble.^^E^ss^Hc^t4u£^''^fli7R-, rt?«, y?&££*i££ , ~ - and Gentlemen's Saddie iib'zhs rj way's on Hiie at shortest notice, and at . easoiable rates. Coaches for- Finley, Berrigan, Col ran and NoDrong sfart from Tattersall's. r.D. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. 1 Usher's Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty. I FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. I C. F. %J^^^|^ Proprietor,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

I'HK KING |;AK.¥VTO8 i« JtEKBIl&XD IlLUTELY PERFECT. [&»& So* it* jp ataMee 0roB«t BlX'AlVrTI relieve* inMautly rnotlmclir Senraljfitl . Influenza, *c. Sever I-c ?wrtttoont It ;_

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Proposed Postal Changes. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Proposed Postal pfcapges* The report of the recent conference of ?permanent heads of the federating postal departments, held in Sydney, was issiied on Tuesday evening. The report ?kt|s that life annual cost of inaugurating, the penny- wst system throughout the. ^om Monsveaifcii would be £295,586, ^^ ^ierided to toe United Kingdom:,;.; £20,924 Isinote^ In view of the loss of revenue m- ? S%6lveav the .conierence retrains iroiuui*Mug b^y aefinite' ' recominendations, but in the : '-^yenioi^eienhy post not being: uniformly ^n^otfcicel^tV^os that the postage on '^eie*lor^;:deliv8ry within the. ten-mile / Mim^A^ ihou5ht that :all » i iperV^« J3«arged for ? those printed ^ihose^print^withbu^itHper 10oz. ? Ad ?:^ta&X*. t^rged Ipr, tod rt » j™ sted- 'if the existing rates- ureto be altered— tfcat wiinSfefete bM by^ach state Gn.mter '-SS^ranis ed^bould be charged for the rate charge for the use of telephones, but feeling that impossible of accomplishment, considers that the existing ...

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Hospital Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Hospital Committee Meeting. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above Committee was 'held on Monday evening last at the School of Arts. ine President (Mr H. Lloyd) occupied the chair, and there were present Messrs b. B. Cotton (Treasurer), M. J. Carew, H. A. Glyde, F. P. Shaw, J. Kelly, S. l'ox, T. Tyrer, aud A. B. Jeflerson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. l?ooncTS_ The House Committee's report for the mouth was satisfactory. Dr. Noyes said all patients under his care were doing well ;: and that Miss Hawkins' had taken up her duties as nurse. He- wished the Committee a pleasant new year. Dr. Graham said all cases under bis care were progressing satisfactorily. The Matron reported every t lung as satisfactory, and that the- internal condi tion of the Hospital was as under:;— Remaining from November, 8 ; aamiueu, - 8 ; died, o ; remaining December 3 rs 13 :? treated during month : In-door patients, 21; out-door, 12; attendances,, 20. Do nations had been -...

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Echoes for the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Echoes for the Week. A very destructive bush fire broke out on Friday aflwucon on (ium Swamp Station, and turutover five miles of country about Borrieaw aud Nowranie, several selectors being losers- The busk fire brigade did splendid work, 50 members with apparatus turning out, and three hours' hard fighting getting the lire under. At the Central Court, Sydney, on Friday Charles David Saunders was fined £M, or ono month's imprisonment;, for using tne title of ' Dr.,' thus implying that he was a legally qualified medical practitioner. During, a thunderstorm on- Boxing Day lightning set the grass on fire at Eli k™, destroying 30 acres of grass and a mile oL fencing. Mrs Sides, wile of George Sides, a well known Hay district resident, died on batur day, _ A mob of 2,070 bvf...l;n5 owt-s ny » Nathalia, belonging to Mr George kilpatnck, crossed the bridge at Tocumwal into JSew South Wales on Friday, bound for tlear Hills, having been brought from Victoria for reintroductron. A magisteria...

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

THE CONCERT. From the Court House the band played to the Cricket Ground where a grand Concert was to have been held, but the elements upset the Committee's calcula tions, and a violent duststorm broke up the proceedings when the performance had just started. *

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