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ECHUCA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

ECHUCa MARKETS. There wan a fairly good yarding uf cattle forward for S.iurdiy's sules. Fata woixi naturally in strain request, and sold lit an ihIvhiico on lii.sl week's mtts. Sores wi-re dull of salt-. Fat bullocks, guuii, £10 to £10 10s ; others, £S to £'J 4s ; fiit cows, £0 17s -5d to £S Us : fat heifers £7 4s ; fut £taers,£5 15s; storo bullocks, £7 14s ; btore. steers, £;i 4s «xl to £3 16s lid ; springers, £4 f-s to £4 11s ; springinj; lieifcrs, £3 Is (ij ; c.i»s and Oilves. £i Kn ; calves (young) 17s tid. Sheep. — A jiihmI entry and prices were quite equal to last rates. Crossbred ewv«, pots, 22s Cd ; crossbred wotliers, 17s ; crossbred «ies, Ibi !xi ; merino » ethers, 14s 9 1 to KMd; merino ewes. Us :$d to 13s ; tiuuthdowii Imiibs, 12s (id ; crossbred lunibs, pets, 17s (id. 1'igs. — A moderate yarding, which was cleared at nhout Into ratrs. lUcMiiers, 00s ; do., lislit, 42s to 45s ; porkors, 24s Cd to 33s ; slips, 14s ; suckers, As.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

MAILS ARRIVE. Mathoura, Moama, Albury. Echuca, Ben digo, Adelaide, Broken Hill, Melbourne Daily (Sundays exoepted), 10.20 a,m. Hobart, Launooston, Bluff (N.Z.), Days following arrivals in Melbourne. London, Days following arrival in Mel bourne. ! : x Southdown, Hill Plain, Matboura, Moire, ilooma, Ktwrino, Kohuoa, T.P.O., Bendico Melbourne, Daily (Sundays excepted), 4.60, Finloy, Tuesdays and Saturdays. 2 p.m. locumwaKviaAr&tula), Saturdays and Wednesdays, 5 p.m. ? Cochrano Crock (via Cobran, etc.), Mon Cochrane Creek (via Daley's and Faulk's) Mondays and Thursdays', 6 p.m. Moraco, Moulamein,- Wcutworth, Tues days and Fridays, 7.30 a.m. ? ? Conargo, Jerilderie, Urana. Travellinc P 0 , Sydney, Wednesdays, Friday*, Hun day , 0 a.m. Hay, Pretty Pine, Wangnnella, Booroor. ban, Daily, Mondays exempted. Sydney, Travelling P.O. (via Hay), Tttes. days, ThuKdoye, Saturdays, U.45 im. ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIVER LEVELS EDWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

1UVKU LKVKLiS K.nWAKtl. l)«niliquin, lfl Uiu. (i itinj;) MouUiu.'ii), low. MCRRAY. Alburj-, lit. iio. l.UJ.W, l-.'ll hiU. Kchuro, Sft. Tin. (falling) Wahgunyah', lfl. Siu. y»au Hill, uo report. Ml'KKHUOirjIIKK. (Jundigai, 2ft. (iin. Bulranalil, 4ft. Tin. Hay, 2fl Oin. Wagga, 3ft. Sin. haiu.im;. Wentworth, 6ft. Iin. I'ooncario, 7fu Sin. Meniudio, lift. 4in. Wilcuuuia, 13ft. -Jin. (falling)

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Post Office Time Table. THE INDEPENDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

Post Office Time Table.. TEE INDEPENDENTS We trust tho readers of the Deniliquin Independent will find tha following, time table useful. Cut this but and paste it up in your office for reforonco :— WAILS CLOSE. Southdown, Mathoura, Moama, Echuoa and Bondigo, Daily, 7:50 a.m. (Sundays cx OGPted.) ' ?Hill Rain, Mathoura, Moin, Navarino, jloama, Bchuca, T.P.O. (Vic). Dtendigo Melbourne, Anbury, Broken Hill, Adelaide, Daily, 12.20 p.m. (Sundaya exoeptod). «ww. S (TkH' LaunM»ton, Dunedin (H.Z.), Noon, days previous to departure from Melbourne. London, Tuesdays, noon, Tocumwal (via Aratula), Inured and Sundays, 9.30 p.m. Finley, Thursdays and Sundays, 10.30 a.tn. Coohrane Creek (viaCobran, etc.), Satur aayB, 8 a.m. Coohrano Creek (via Daly's, Faulk's, etc.) Wednesdays and Saturdays, 8 a.m. Morago, Moulamein, Wentworth, Tues dayB and Fridays, 6.30 p.m. fciuanju. Jerilderle, Orana, Travelling P.O., Sydney, Mondays, Wednesdays an3 Fridays, 6.30 p.m. J k ***& ?re/Hty jine' Wftn8»»e'a....

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

STOCK MOVEMENTS. Tho following arc the stock movements since our last report :— 31 merino rauis from Wauganella to Kchuai, thence m S. HolsateaiidCti., liallar-tt ; 300 niorino ewesfivni Wangaiu lla West to Golds brough Mnrtaud On., Mathnura ; SO rums from Zara to A. Wilson, ltiugwood, lierrignu ; 1 stud ram from Boonoke to 1 nion Bank of Australia, St.-ckinbiiiEal ; 20S 2-tooth stud rams from Boonoke to tHnekmhingal ; 2ol 2-tooth 6tud ram» from Uoonuke to Chare, OIimv, and Meiton, MaxweUon, Queensland ; 2,000 ewos (James Malone's) from Burlmni to Albury ; 2.564 mixed weaners (J'«s Hendry's) from Swan Hill to Deuiliquin, 1,000 merino ewes from Mooloomoou (J. (-ddy wid Sonsj toGundagai ; 7ftO tnixud f»t sheep from Oonmlla to Morris and Wilkint, Melbourne : 206 merino « ethers (t^has Tiillio's) to M^houri ; 02 stud ram? froui Zira Station to Australian Mortgage Land and Finance Co., Tdie lory ; 41 2 and 4 -tooth stud rams from ZumtoT. A. Ofticar. Mnryvalo, Victoria ; SO stud rams fr.n...

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The Ballarat Tragedy. EXHUMATION OF THE BODY. STRANGULATION CONFIRMED BY AUTOPSY. BALLARAT, 11th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

The Ballarat Tragedy. kxhumatjon or Tin-: body. STKANGUI.ATION CON FJKMJiD BY AUTOPSY. Hai.lakat, mil AtiRiist. The body of the girl, hilzabcth O'Ueilly, the victim oftlielnver may tragedy, which had been buried, was exhumed at daylight tin's morning for the purpose of hav ing a further autopsy made by Dr. Mollison, of Melbourne, the police wishing to gather additional evi dence as to the cuasc of the dcalh The result of the further examina tion is that Dr. Mollison concurs in the opinion expressed by the two doctors who made the first post mortem examination, viv., that dcatli was caused by violent stran gulation. James O'Rielly, looking careworn and haggard, was presented at the City Court on Saturday, on remand, on a charge of having murdered his daughter, Lizzie O'Rielly, on the night of the ist or the morning of the 2nd in«t. Inspector Steel ap plied lor a remand until Friday next. Mr F. Ham, who appeared for the accused, urged that bail, even if the amount were substantial, sh...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, AUGUST IS, 1901. W[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

CHI/UGH XOTlCtX. Sunday, Aroi'sr IS, 1SH.H. DtinitiquJi, 11 a.ni., Iivk local preacher, and 730'p.iu., by (he llev. a. S. J. Hmding. Also, at Moriyo, at 11 a.m. and Pretty Pine, at 3 p-m., by the latter PrcsbyUriatl. Crmrgo in the inorninc, Tholobin. in the afterno.in, and Deniliquin, ill ilio evening, by the ]!ev. U Welsh. r/imv/i -f England FJerenth Sunday after Trinity :— Deni- liquin. niorniuB and t-vening : preacher - the Lord Bislwp ,,f Huerina. «ir_'ain bj|.||. in the afu:rno..ii. August 19 Moia;... Jt n-H.ii, stl,i Mur^ha, in the fVriiMi.;. Au;u,i 0)- Birr-!t». at uuou.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

ft ($P|a fatal spider web ^*m8 /~^jL When - Qy ceta «eoi jEW ' iSh& donUlly oupht in a k JvV^ «pf(tar's web, the spider m p^0$i calmly con about the prey. He doesn't hurry purtic-nlsrly ; In. takes his time and bind, first the lly's f. it, and then his winn ind hie entire body. That ii tho way with the dread enemy of mankind— disoase. It has J web— the web of trivial disorders neglected. \\ lien ? man heedlessly stumbles into that web he muet be ciruful. The stomnoh ia most liable to get f ut of order. Hence how important th»t no diseased matter olog its operation*, which would cause tmueen and distrrsa by the taking of' food. If cot attended to, a thousand ailments are ready to arise, caused by impurities being cirried through the whole system by the blooil. What you want is something that will tccn the digciUvo organs in a healthy condition, and timilng, ? or carry away, all impure matter. That something is Or. Morat'a lndinu Root 'ills ; they cleanre the stom ach, make th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

Good White Blankets. Good Blue Blankets Good While Quilts Good Buggy Rugs Good Ifearth Rugs Good Matjxasses ?Good T?ji3):.iure Good CoTHfats' ' '' ISUP'S STOCK END STREET FOR A GOOD ARTBGLE, AS IT IS THE CHEAPEST. Blacksmith & Shoeing Forge. DESIRES to. intimate to the residents of Dcnilmimi and surrouudiuj; ilistrict., Unit lie Jias u|)cncij as above in the back portion of (ho premises of the Itirctiui; SmMlcr; 'Empnrium, anil trust by' tlrict attention to busincs to merit a fair share of support. ' All kinds of Buggies and Wag gons repaired. Horseshoeing: and General Black smithing' by a Competent Tradesman. CHARGES MODERATE. A TRIAL SOLICITED. WANTED. 23.QQfiL:... PELTS 2,000, : H. L_. JONES, SADULElt, Ax., DKNILIQUJN, Gives the Highest cash price for all Kinds of Furred Skins. Hides, froni 2J hi WA p--r Ib. Slice|-skins, fr.im -l.l lo (M pur ll-. Horseliiur. ]*uesw:ix.niiilnl! Kinds of Sundries Refreshment & Oyster Saloon. FRED.JAGER, PROPRIETOR. GOOD AfE^VLS AT ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

LOOKOUT! LOOKOUT! WHAT FOE ? SALE HO ! SALE HO ! SALE HO SALE HO! SALE HO ! SALE HO flarry Davey Red House, Lyceum Stores, kird Block, Pall Mall, Bendigo. Is Holding one of the Largest Sales ever held in BENDIGO. ? )0( ? HE GOODS MUST GO AT AN1 PRICE. I EVERYTHING In Our Warehouse Marked to I pOST PRICE. I AFEWOF OUR PRICES S OW YOU WHAT WE INTEND TO DO. I THE SALE |c *K- SHAM. I OldPrieei.. Sale Price I £ ? S ' I 10 White Dojible Sheeting for £ I 10 Wfaite Colonial Flannel for 6 I p. 5 0 Colonial White Blabkets I «.-— . ' (double b.ecl) for... ... 12 C I Q A T T1 I 100 English Whitney Blankets I OALlJj I (double Vd) for.'.. ... 10 C I ' 4 Strapped Flannelette for I - dozen ' ... ' ' ... ' .. 1 11 ? 2 3 2-yds wide Floorcloth for 1 G I 1 5 0 Ladies' Mackintoacs for ... 12 0 I '86 Ladies' Fawn and Bronn I , Capes for ' ' ..'. '... 4 II I 10 0 Ladies' Fawn Jackets for 12 6 I 8 6 Ladies' Figured Black Dress I Skirtsfcr ... ' ... 4 11 I 0 S Ladies' Metallic Under- ' I SI A T V I ! Bl?irt...

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Local Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

Local Stock Report. Mackeiir.io lirothw rev-f lirivm,: ?«-« miico tlif Isl Atigum. (or il.'in.-rv '' '?'? 1000 cvr*. «yc»r» ..M. f-i !! ,1-alt'i»'1; Vjni»ai..iii: ;0.:«W «we. 4 «?'-»? -'-'J ,.w.b ?_? i«Mh. 70 raws 4 n--tli. '1'i n- , uell.n w.»n«t«. f-r !?'.-. V..lk.ii-r «-..l Sim- M.I.. T.i|.|».l ; i:U*' ?''»??* -; luoili, JUtft' i-»wt «'? -'«»p-. ?'t*'1 ''?*?'* ? v.-.ir». mi.l ?T-'M -?-«-»- I''lt1'- l«r^'HrH' Yjrtati- ; ?-Till nli'.I i-wwmn.l J;. Mu-l riiins, f,,rtli- Ki.m. TIioiiih* Millar. Wanfij iiuIIk l'*i*i.- ; '-«' 'I**1 '?' 1|'' '?'' i J*7 fat cn.^l.n-1 ivlliiTs, f-r tWiiiilU Na tion, l-,.i.iliqiiin : mid -'Mt;''''1,,11;8; „..,., f.,r.l..i.,, II. i.dry, S»»nllill. '!''»' ttlca— -)0,47-i.

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Sporting Mems. [BY WELLESLEY.] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

Sporting Mems. I By WelM':rm:v,1 A new trotting record for stallions was established at tlie Australian Trotting Association's meeting held on the . Richmond Racecourse on Friday. Mr J. Welsby's wcll-knovi.'.i jierforme'r Emulator, by Osterley— Je;SBie, succeeded in traversing two Tnijes'in 4min. 57 3-5sec. The pre .yipus.record was, held by Mr John Robertson's stallion Osterley (sire ot .^tuJi^or), -and stood at smio-'ra^ sees. ' . One who knows him,- says that the Norwood Trial Stakes winner, Solitary, siands well over 16 hands, and resembles Strathmore very much. He speaks highly of the colt gene rally. On the other hand, his stable companion, Cretonne, is only a handful, but what there is is the right material. From racing statistics which have been compiled in Victoiia, it is gathered that Lochiel heads the winning stallions' list for last season, 40 of his descendants having won him 120 races of the value of /i2,66SJ. Gozb followed with 74A races, vvorth Ji.0,892 ios, and then...

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Wilmanrust. A FEARFUL NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

Wiimnnrust. A IKAlUTI. NIGHT. Msi. r (Iciiornl itaiNKin. 10 nhnse oiI.muii tlio tiflli Yich.imn r.mli'im-nl wi-ni ?Itm-lu-d wliilo lie win ii|H-r«tii-K i» IliK iiDtlli'CMtrru district «f ilm Tome vm»l, bad, ever niiice lia Imili ihc com mand, ndolltld » lioiicv 'f M'llilillH 'Ut muni! dclacJiod purlius of men awav friiin iliu iiinin column. On Juim 12, tlio worst disinter tlint Ims )-ctolli'ii Australian ttoops durini; tho wnr loaullJ'ii ns a direct, conwquenco from that pnlioy. tins im niiMlia'eciUs' lining tho innufnVieiicy of fuiiMisUMiit mil to RU»r.l lliu oaiup, liy Major Morris, K.A.. who «.ii in com inniid of tlie do'aclimonl. TIiosh aru I lie only inferences thai cnti lie drawn from till! fllCtA. Wilnmnsnist in situated botivwn KruR *priiit mid Middleburg. mid here tlm 250 Vie'nriwis, who had Won '''I -»» »y Majur-Gunornl Hoaiton, onctiii|ic.ii «n tlm niulit, of Juno 12, with tliu idea (hat- they slmuld mako ft (surprise attack before day break on a strong fores nf Hihm-s ld...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

JOWN HALL, DENILIQUIN. FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY. Australia's Greatest Tbagedienkk IWISS flDfl IiflWREflCE, — SUPPORTED BY — AIR WILSON FORBES' POPULAR DRAMATIC CO. FRIDAY, AUGUST 16th. Mr Alexander Duma'a celebrated play CAMILLE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. Mrs Henry Wood's famous work EAST LYNNE. , ' PRICES, 2s and Is. RESERVED SKATS AT GILLESPIE'S, 3s. Acting Manager, ALEC. VERNE. NOTICE, A LL Accounts owing to me '? must be paid to MR J. WALLACE, Cressy Street, on or before AUGUST 29th, 1901, and his receipt will be suffi cient discharge. C. HORSMAN. August 15, 1901. NOTICE. 1 1 THIS is to give Notice that all Accounts J- due to me on account 'Riverine Journal,' must be paid to Mr J. Wallace, whose receipt will be a sufficient discharge. ; 1UCHAED J'. EAUES. . Deniliquin, August 6th, 1901. FURNISHED ROOMS. TO LET TWO FRONT ROOMS, Fur nished, with. use of Kitchen. Apply — Mas. Parkeb, George Street. FOR SALE. PATENT Acetylene Gas Generator, suitable Station or Large Residence. Cheap. Apply — ...

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Appointment of Delegates. A STORMY DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

rnnoiutment of Delegates. A STOUMV DEBATB. ,i»1!vcalm ineclinB «f t''« civic 1h' .„ »Hne*I.rt diMurbcd vl.en the h'll! had reached Iho -!«»«« «?- coll 't?Mr Jolegntcs ohould be aent to fi Municipal Conference uext month, 'Ji; ,f , fl o should undertake the trip. a' r, lonos fired dui first ..hot by Vi c hat delegates be sent, trie morion to';,i; Seconded by Alderman George tCtos. There were nn burning 'iE -lions to decide, and it would be only l'U( Tli nili-y- Beside, (said Alder ;''i'avlor) you have a man in Sydney '.'K obtained our Curt House, ! School of Arts, and our Waterworks, %T'«M be « disgrace to send a dele tVwhen vou have a representative with f| eUnt Jf our new member, Alderman ' G Evans. Ho was quite capable o doim. all that was required, and if any of fttamen ™»ed to go let the expe.1 l,eOUtof their own pockets. Ho I;: t had been cut and dried a fort iMit »eo Why not let the matter come hire the Council in an open manner, not in the hole and corner way as this h*iltom«...

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Shearing Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

Shearing Troubles. ? ? ? ^H On the majority of stations in ttii ci^H trie: shearing has now commence. dH although in a few sheds a ' brush ' Lifl occurred between the pastorali»ts sod 'A^M shearers, they have been of little ccmifl queno, and either the pastorale h^M c -ncedrd to the demands of the men. -S the latter h».ve left '.be station quetiiH On Mandina Statun shearing is batfl carried out under the P.U. agreeotil^B and oq Wsrbreecin the men tkad Mt station agreement and work is g'liuciliS smoothly. On Barnaul, BundyuWsit^J Bundling Big Yanko. Goolgumblah. OaM Sina, Moo'oomoon, Noorong, Xy8D|.5^B N*p, KeriEeri, WanganelU Estate. « duucLov and Tuogrmbie shearing i= knH cacritid out trader a verbal agrcemeD', x^M th£ roUFWdbouta are receiving the mmH warn al 25h per week, with the eneite^H of GwiliruinMih, where the n:en cic i^M sr clt out fur the uniun rate. Oi 1^^ Tamko'th-e rDuaenboutawere on s^j^l tHree diLys, but went to work on tier SM uiamiH Isi.'ing acceded to. JMm Tliarw...

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New South Wales Parliament. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

New South Wales Par liament. SYDNEV, Tuesday. In (lie LugisUtivu Assembly, in n-ii!y to Mussiii. J. Uurlcy and Mi-aglicr. Mr Seo said that tho Govonnncnt, whs uot very desirous that the state should bo represented at the lieudigii Gold Jubilee Exhibition. He was advised that tho ex muiciuu, uiougir a wortliy one, was a purey priv.le venture, and ho did not seo what oractical benefit could result from spending £10,000 or £12,000 in making an elaborate show of the state's resources, which were already well known. Howe.ver, if he found that be could, at siiihII expense, send over some specimens —those in use at the Technical College, for instance— he would be glad to do bo. The Premier informed Mr Hayncs that Major Thomas, late of the Citizen's Bush men's Contingent, had advertised for men to go to South Africa, but tho Go vernment had nothing to do with that officer. He understood that provision had been made by the Imperial Govern meut for carrying men on the transport Britannic, and...

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[?]eath of Father Timoney. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

ieath of Father Timoney. li'tiSr Captain fc'MlondonthtOatatSt-T^aS' KG atch-diocese of R \°Wn Priests ™ W'1^ fiU aVa yd?ejr- F--n6ixie W^ Cotor J? °ptipn of Me'~ ?ch* Abonf ofE°man Catholic fC'i?J*r'™aii»e«w At I posi«on of „,:' ?hlle ho also «Ued [?]

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The Black Man or the White. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

The Black Man or the | White. The «]uostiou of coloured labour is quo that, directly or indirectly, aflccis every resident of tho CoqimouwcaliL, aud, as such, it is meet that- tho ac tions of our legislators in tho Federal rarliamem, who must shortly rusolvo the problem, and who are even uow upou the confines of it, should bo watched with jealous care. T'uo pros and cons of this great question aro so numerous, the effects of tho decision, which ever way it runs, so vast, ihat most scrupulous care and weighty cou sideration musi be given to the 'study of it be- fore ibat dfoision can possibly be arrived a:, Mr Watsci:, ;ye labour ,, ;-. r for ibis simus, in uioTias U10 'l' jniim-ntol the llouso of Hcprc f. ;:..-.,vi* tho oUinr day, to protest n,. :,-; liiu emplojincut of U10 Lascar t-ii':''1' mail boats voyaging to this con- 1 !.L'::!, u|iened up but ouo of the mauy ! ivti:!* ,j{ our future welfare ou which !j, . :.i:tttor impiugus ; Senilor Glassey - ,'n '?;,. .? I'pjwr lloiiso, car...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 16 August 1901

JOHN ADAM, | Tobacconist. Newspaper & News) Agent, i NAP1EH STItEliT, DKN1L1QL1N. j TI1IIK ltoret.-f. SundBV Time. Arrow. JL Sporluii! Judsu. Truth, W-,il,ur. llawk li-l. ltaii.i.|uin In4|n-uiidi:nt. Wmdnir M»L'a oik. llnnui-wiiitlib Mafaiiiii', 1'iut.m.il MiiKa/.iiie ('ussull's Now lVnuy Uupituic. , Cliniiu^ Tross MuKaiinc. fiisMill1* S:.nir.i:i.v : .lout.ial. AiiFtruliun Journal, Aiis-liril:;iii ! He—: Juurii.'il. WeldoiiV Mont lily. U-au-iri, | ?Jn-jHinakcr Hiilllr Smoke, l.'uioti Jact. ! IVlcctive Takf, Over Lain) mid Su:i, H-iy»' First Itnle Libiury, IliitTulo Itillf Library, llejlls Ijiw l.iluni V. Trim Hlue War l.iu rary. llluslrali.slUitt. Skutcliy Hits, Til Hit'. Alfv .Sli.|igr. Scraps, Simp Khun, Aiiowi.t», I'riirson'!. Weekly, Cigai.-Uc. I'lioto llila. llluslr:iii--l l'i--to.l'iite, Hoys' Up-to-l':ite j Novelette. Anline II. Ilolidiiy, CM-ristinn : H.rnl.l. I'l.risiian llmlpct. 1'oliec lludiicl. | Worlil1^ Comic. Comic Cuts, Comic J.ifc. j t'olord Comic, Illiistra...

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