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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

PETERSHA1V! ? r GIVES PRA9SE. Tho Cm or Mr. J. J. ELLIS. (For lite 'LoKhhardl Standard,.') A charming residence, situated at 94 Crystal-street, Petorebom, is occupied by Air. John Joseph Ellis. A representative from thiB paper who recently called there made a note of the following remarks :— 'Something -went radically Vrong with my system,' said Mr. Ellis. ' I nouced my complexion setting more sallow every day, until all colour had departed from my cheeks. My appetite was M»no means bad, although I found I was losing weight. It did not require a superabundance of intelli gence jto understand that - my food was not doing any good, and in time I had very un pleasant evidences in several ways which ?went to show that my food ivns not being digested. My meals were attended with subsequent pains in tho eto-.nach, which travelled up my bade, and caused much suffering and inconvenience. Hy head was constantly aching, too, and not a spark o£ energy was left. Consequently, I felt languid and...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF SIR JOSEPH ABBOTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

DEATH OF SIR JOSEPH ABBOTT. The death of Sir Joseph Abbott, K.C.M.G., late' Speaker of the State Assembly, took' place on Sunday after noon, in Sydney. Deceased was for many years a prominent figure in the public life of tliis Stato, but his natuo will be most closely associated with the speakership of the State Assembly and tho chairmanship of the directo rate of the. Australian Mutual Provi dent Society, tho funeral tools place on Tuesday mordtng. The mourners representing every sect and elation in commerical and political lite.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

pi '/??'? STATnTOttr.'tiEbLAEATION'-.' '??'??? It Jomt JoBKra,_fiLLi«,.)oJ.,ln Ciystal-street, Petershun, Sydney, in the colony ot Kciv South ,Walos,:do ..solemnly juid-«lnoerely.aMl«re that 1 hive otrclully re«d the annexed document, oonBlst Ingot three folloa, and oonstoptiyely numbered from one to three, and that It contains nnd la a true and (althful account ot my illness and cure by Clements Tonic. »nd also contains my lull permission to pub lish In nny wny jny etattmenu-wliich I giro voluntarily, ? Jrtttbot - lecelving ? any paymSt; ' find I make this -solemn, declaration «orjBolentiouelv believing the same' to lie truo, and by virtue ot tlie provisions pl«n Act nude and paned in the ninth yearo'tberelgn other present Majesty, inatuled' An Act for the more efleotuol abolition ot Oaths and Affirmations taken and made in the various Depart piento ot tho Government of NewSouth Wai™, andtb ?ulistitate Declarations Id Jleu thereof, and for the ,»»upprcs9lon oMrok-nUry, and eitre-ju...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.N.A. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

A;N.A. BALL. On Wednesday next tbe inaugural Ball of thu local branch of the Aus tralian Natives' Association will be held in the Town Hall. ' From the reports of the various Committees all arrangements are being attended to in order to make the function worthy of the Association, and tbe latter hope for a large attendance in . return. Tickets can be obtained from members of the Association,

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

JUST LAN'DED; A LAjRGE ASSORTMENT .:.-?..?? -GP-- ?'? -;' .... . —AND— ? ??. : JSummeF'.GobdsA ALSO GENERAL OUTFITTING. CALL AND INSPECT. A. J. WHITELOCK, i THE nELUULE TAIL0B, Cressy St., Deniliquin Refreshment ,& Oyster Saiobn, FRED.JAG-EE, . PROPRIETOR. GOOD MEALS. AT. ALL, - tlOUPS; .? -;??_?' PEESH OVSTJEBS, SALTWATBTi ? AN]) .... S^IOKBD F.JSH SUP^LIISD '?' .;? ?'.?..,: iiKGntAiiLy, ?', ... V ';. ! - J ; 'Address— ??' : GROCERY ' BUsiwiis' Notice to Drovers and JptftijBrs-.-; WISHES to inform tbe rcsi.lenls oC Wtin (janclla and tr.ivclliiip tiublic tlmt lielins opcnol a iiew Storq near the Won KnnolJn Church,, -.and is now prcnn«!fl to supply provisions of nil Jdnds. including ltread; also Chaff, isle. '? A .TltlAIi SOLICITED. ? '. '.. „'; ? :' ??? ii. gorev;. ;\_ I AVangnnciln. ''??ONLY A'-Pfc-iNiN* ? ? Popt Oarc, pjrliinetsiefl (n Frank' S^iH, 2ui-2ltO i'lii-rumiiituHo-iil. L?!c;iliiirdi, !i, ? ? yiin will Twelve (Vivj c.{ ,11 ! h »wi , ' -i a niu.nunauT'oi: intuki=s...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PECULIAR POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

A PECULIAR POINT. A peculiar point was raised by Mr Wilkinson in the hearing of a summons case at the police court on Wednesday morning, Mr Robert Hunter Lan dale, as occupier and manager of Mundiwa station, summoned Henry Phillin and Alfred Foster, for stealing parts of certain trees bw'ndd by Robert Landale on ^ands on Mundiwa. Mr Windeyer, who appeared for com plainant, asked the latter if Block 47 (on which -tJxe.aUogeil offence was com mitted) was- included in the lands of Mundiwa holding. The witness answered the question in the affirrna tive,'but Mr: Wilkinson objected to the .question being taken down in tbe depositions on the grounds that iu digenous trees were, the property of the Crown until; they were taken possession of and stacked, and he also disputed the ownership of portion 47, and called upon Mr Landale to produce the title deeds. The Bench retired for about IS minutes to consider the latter point, and on resuming the Police Magistrate said, although he could not s...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

, .; WO CORfiESPONDENTS. In reply to'^a correspondent who signs himself ' Malhoura, ' meetings of the Local Land Board will be held at Jorildorie on the 9th. 10th, and 11th October ; at Urana from the ICth to 19th October ;'and at Naraadora from the 22nd to' 2Bth October.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HANDSOME PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

A HANDSOMM I'lUttKNT. During the wcok there bus btt-n ex hibited iu Mr Kai-jiiuar'» window a handsome 15ct. gold doublo albert with modal attached. Tuc inscription sjxukg for itself :— ' Presented to Lauco-Corporal I). C. L. Uuid by the residents of Couargo aud District in rocogmtiou of bis service in boutu Africa. Bopt. 1, 1001.' LancoCor porol Eeid was a member of the Vic torian Bushmen's Contingent, and is a son of Mr D.Beid, of Puckawidgee Station, Conargo. The young soldier arrived in Melbourne some two months ago, but bad to be immediately taken to thu Melbourne Hospital owing to a severe attack of pneumonia which ho contracted on board the vessel. Wo are informed that he is now on a fair road to recovery, and on his arrival at Ccuargo it is the intention of tbe resi dents to hold a monster picnic in his honor.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRIKE AT TOCUMWAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

STRIKE AT TOCUMWAL. A telegram from Tocumwal states that a strike of some of the hands em ployed at Mr G. F. Sugden's wool scouring works occurred on Monday morning, when all the men employed on tbe green demanded an increase of watms un tn 2fis ner week. Those employed in the actual work of scour ing the wool are in receipt of this wage, the othor men, whose labour is not so laborious, getting 20s a week. Mr Sugden pointed out to the men that uuder their agreement they were bound to give 'two weeks' notice, and all but the ringleaders continued work.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BREELONG MURDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

THE BBEELONG MURDERS. In reply to a question in tho As sembly last week Mr See stated that the total cost to tho country in connec tion with tho Broelong murders amounted to 46,871, out of which civilians who took part in the pursuit of the Governors received £701 10s ; and also £2,100 as rewards for their capture. The balance was poitt to officers and police for travelling ex penses, etc.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"NEARER, MY GOD, TO THEE." [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

'NI5ARER, MY GOD, TO TH15E.' Tho singularly appropriate character nr tho last words the dying7 President . was )i2ard lo murmur—' Keawri'n-y God, to. Tlicc '—is \vorthy of riiore^jrhuii. p»ss;ng note. They are, of ^oureo, from ihe M-.il-kr.owu hymn by Sarah Flower Adams, of wliich the ii^t verse reads :— ' Nearer, my God, to Thee, Nearer to Thco ! Even though it be a cross That raiseth mo ; S- ill all my song shall be, Nearer, my Gort, to Thee, Niarcr 'oThee !'

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MRS M-KINLEY. HOW THE NEWS WAS BROKEN. LONDON, Sept. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

?., MRS II'KHS'LET. . ? ,, HOW THE NEWS W A J5 BROKEN. . : . LONDON, Sept. 16. . ' As anrnunced in. previous, messnges, Mrs Bl'Kinley was ino't present 'at the bedside when tho death lojk place. She was sleeping in the next room,' mid, as she is in poor health. and was exhausted by ' tho ; anxieties of tho week, it was decided -not .to awaken -her.-: ..--.., Shortly - afterwards slio awokb, 'niia Dr.'lUkey,' wlipnnpounced the death to tlio mem bers ot the Cabinet nnd tho. Senate pre viously, waB sent to break wth'o news] to hor. As be entered tlio room Mrs ?M/Kinley asked anxSo'usly; *' Is he sleep ing 1' and Dr. Rixey popped,. 'VYes ; the' sleep that liuowsno waking.'' ?' Mrs M'Kiuley bore her affliction calmly. She got up quiety and went into the death chamber, where she took a last embrace of her husband. She is still bearing up bravely in her terrible nfflfctipii, and she explains her fortitude by Uib|feeling she had that'thb 'Major*1 — tlio nrime'by which she always iiddresEed ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAST SCENES IN THE DEATH-CHAMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

LASTSCKjN^ES IN THE BEATH CHAMBliR. Many diitail-s aro published of the last Bad scenes in the chamber of death. In the forenoon on Friday the nurses whu were in attuiid.mcrt -in the Pro ldent were adjusting bis pi lows and drawing down tlio window-blinds so as to exclude tbe light, when ihe dying man murmured with indescribable pathos, 'No. I want to see the trues. They arc so .beautiful.' All i he resources known to science were adopted to streugtliun tbe sufferer. The treatment on Friday forenoon consis jid of saline injections into tbe veins, nnd very li^ht doses of the heart stimulant digiialis. Tne surgeons resoived the U'-c of oxygen for tlio great cribi-, which they anticipated would occur in the evening. At fa o'clock in the afternoon she Presi dent's heart began to fail in its action, the ' patient responding feebly tb the oxygen treatment. At 20 minutes to 7 uncon scious supervened. After being unconscious for one hour, the President revived under the . effect of stimulat...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Over the BoitScr. a. MKi.rorr.Ni1.. ThrlimTIIIIHit hM iIpi ilVli. -.Illij. 't «.l ? thPniqimvHlirf 1'a.Hnmcn', !' ii'V Mr ?'? ; M»Ai«i{W»ll«rntWtiP«nontI £1 |f-r »pc|; ).«? lie iUlld.'ll «31 ««?! Ii:r« ?' '? ' !1»ll j n.mi.-l \V»n..-ll m it:*- Mir ?! Ki-i mil'! I -,„;„. |S ninlilliB n;;', whi'll «li cipl'sii''l 'll I LvhpniiM ?n'dirimi, hliii'linij Madili'ii and i.Iim-ini; -ll in arm and uili-rwi-e irjuriiig i U',uii..il. As ihu l.-iiti-i w.ii iilrcilinc i» d.mh M«ilil'ii inaili' Imh wr.v to llm »h;i?', n I disi..ii'' ..riiliout'i.omi y.Klx, llimiiKh Miiall nii.l diilicult iiffl« awl a'i.-ng v:n i-iii driver, to prn!un nwislalK'O (or Ilia ihjincd in.Ke, piiiliini; n Irai* lirforo him pari'if the way ui puido his steps. The will of tho laic Mr .l«hn \V.iBup.r, nf ' (SianingUin, ' 'jicuforrie-road, Maivnrii, Iiim Im-cii lodged for prt.Jmln. Thn Vintorinn .?Blnin coiiHirta of .CIMJi'. i.-al prop-rlv and £I2,1-39 personal propel ty. The IJuoiiisland i:Kijitc Inn been sworn nt,CSU,«27, a...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

i-ooiball Social. ! i On Triilny fwwiig litft ill-- h.-wVi- l! III.' OtinmanuqahJi FbotbulMlu1' w...:.i-I up i ihe i*»a«i toy a swaul tu Om Mi-« ? '?''? ! mIi-.Oi Mds a'(:iTiil»-ii'«i'Hf, itarif u-insl'ilh l,*.n Ivlii-i .«.?! KMiilnnn-n ,-irf '-i.t. The |-li-l'i-«lJllg'i WMr O|HM.«.ll.y U- ?? I,' ?'' iMii-l'itii; of n i-aipii!unus r--|- « ?* ' ..'lly : prmii'r.l l.y »*i« IsHii-s. A!-.-' ti-31 .;-?:'?' | hs.l Inrn flimi- lo ill.- p..M«l tin..;.- 'I..- i ??? / tcM.itton'urMril. M. ChanUT'H (M.II.K.) iiipiluls lo tlio (VnimiiHwwilh ('ml- «;'' j fccuroJ the inrtnicnilitl) ?-«?»» iiinil-- !?;.? Mr II. I-.4n.fB (IVMitant «r t.hf l-%.f.= l.«il A — ?rajMiini).: hIki Mr A. -i. Ji.lmwn'' ™!'- which WftHfwnii hyllin oiniR.iliil. l»»t «?»''«? Tlio tAniitnnn jimp1**'1 * 1-l llrel 'ml that of ' The King,' which »»» 'hiinl. «''' iiiiicieftl honor*. Ilfl (l!l« C'lmi'i iii-in) then *niil Iwfnrn pclljni; on with (lid l.u--i.i-'Li put n[ the evening In; wished ii- noinnieii.l ilm Oniiii.mwe-illn Footb...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Increase your Savings. By Buying EVERYTHING you want FROM ROBERT SON and _ DOUGLAS. GUR trade has increased immensely since we commenced two and a half years ago in Deniliquin, and we take the opportunity offered by the opening of our — i DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, To thank the public of Deniliquin and district for their .liberal support in the past .and to assure them that we . , will- keep :up i.our, .reputation, for supplying the maximum QUALITY and QUANTITY -at 4he lowe;-t minimum prjee. . ' . '. . ., '',' ''''''' ';? We are of fering Special Lines hi MEN'S & BOVS7 CLOTHING, BOOTS & 5H0ES. ' ? x ? '? All goods are marked in plain figures, call and see them, you will be convinced ; the prices defy Competition. Gent.'s requiring ah outfit will SAVE MONEY isy pur chasing from us. Bring your Boys along and we will fit them out in first class style at prices which will astonish, you. ; ...??? Our Assortments of Grocery, Crockery, Ironmong ery etc., are the best value in t...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PRESIDENT'S LAST WORDS. LONDON, Sept. 14, 7.25 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

THE PRESIDENT'S LAST WORDS. LONDON, Sept. U, 7.25 a.m. LONDON, Sept. 14, 8.35 a.m. President M'Kinley died'shoitly be fore 2 o'clock thi-i morning. He had boon uneons iou--, with iho exception of a frw brief intervals, sincj S o'cLck last evening. All tho members of tho President's family were present at hits. death, witli 'Old exception of fttrs M'Kiuley, who was in hu adjoining room. President Al'Kinlry's last words to tlio sorrowing group gathered round his bed side, wer-% ' Good -bye all. Good-bye. It is God's way. His will lie done.' The President's wifii was.asleeu in the adjoining -room .when' unmistakable signs of dissolution were noted by the doctors. It was decided, however, not to waken her. , When she was informed of the death of her husband slie exhibited the utmost calmm-KS nnd strength of will saying, *' God help me. ' At a quarter past 2 Dr. Rixey announ ced that the. Presidout was desid, and the mournful tidings were immediately sent to a rotitii in nhicli the membe...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of President M'Kinley. PATHETIC DEATHBED SCENE. UNIVERSAL EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Death of President M*Kin!ey. I'ATHimO UKAT11IIKD SCKNE. UNtVJiOSAL KXI'IIKSSUINS OK SYMl'ATHV. A t«iriblo '-shncic kai experienced on SaturJ«y, not only by tiic pooph -if tlie United Status, ')n- also l.y citiKciia of every nationality tlinmglmul tlie c.viliaid world, nhwi thu du'adful tidings nprctd tiiat Prt'Hidout M'Kinlcv «ns no nure. 'Xliecund'tion of iho I'rrKidcnthad In en si SHtisfKctory sincj th.- inunJomus iitUtk was mnde upon linn ui'.;ul uiiyn previously nt Uufl'al-j that tbe wailing milliuiis of his fclI'in-crniiitrynHjii and - f earnest sympa thisers iu -every part of the globe had allowed thetntelvcs to believe, on tlm assurance of tho di-tinynislietl BurgciiiR in attendance, that the Presidtnt was in a fair way towards recovery. Colonel Urumevolt, the V ice-President, hnd even stated his opinion tha', th- President would be jible to resume liis official duties in a month's time. An a'armiiig bulletin wa°, however, isRucd by the medical tnen at 3 o'clcck on Friday mor...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Colonists for Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

'coloi'ists for Australia. j. v -ly riitHiUinjiHl («iy» the ? ?? i-iini!»»cni to belngdc in .. . , uini nUitii-en of toma KNI ,v „ '?', . :;.iiiiii4nian an I lkssarautmi '.', ? u the 1 'an (lie and tlic ', ,' . ... jn.l (-? a xuilaOla area uf | .'| ',,'.. . ? 'i-'-v could fonn a nctllcnicnt. .,'. I, ..i-l the Minister of Agriculture ,- ' ..i AKnl.iiiiii.4 !*?» fcl** -2 .1 r'l.' .1 ii I'ii- ??-?»? »' gcitloman, who, aclii.g ,.'.,'; , ?.???? iuii.iheH, in here tor the .i.ii.-: whut country might be .,i ,Vi,V ii-l .:? ' to nwortaiii how the in ?'..,. ii ? ;»?'? -r l!q would l.e dealt with by !', ?,',,.. it. H«clninn to anvo bean j ,, .',.'. '. ,i ?..;..! iiif- upwards of SO.OOO of i.l ? i ????? i»-op'« on fCltb-jhonls on the ',n.- '-ii. '?'? '»' ;l'' I-''''''1, Sw'es. Venezuela n'lil '?-!? ?' ?'?? -^'' Klein is also visiiine Oi'ivii'-I.in-I '''' pi^ibly other Australian scj'i .. in m-' « Ii-;*. iniiir-wincnta are likely in'li'''!' ' ' '?- lii'Ji'ui-peclivoGovornm^nt*. y^t. i,,lt ? , i«...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

ECHUCA. Tho Ecjhuca branch uf tlie A.X.A. at i'.s lost meeting discussed the question of edu cational reform, and the following motion, moved by Mr C. H. Campbell, seconded by Mr (J. H. .Tames, was earned unanimously : —That the Kchuca branch it proud to know that the atsudation has determined lo use lis greiii power imci iniiiience to jncreasu tuc elKcicncy of our educational system, and it is trusted that its effects will result in a keen public interest in lho matter, thus a eortiin i)oneh't to etlunaiion. As to the specific re form indicated iu the circular, this branch, is ofopinion that all men can agroo that thc-!onij)ulBory clause should bo «jf£olivcly oirried out, and Hint teachers of privivtc scoools should be registcrud, but - lint, the nueEtions of tlm siundard certip.catcs and -chool age, and tU^nvull system, n:e mut Kds which could be 'iL-liqr'dealt with ny n Iward of expert*. . This branch propos rn' to i-enture to submit h full report, au^geating lio lines on ubicli ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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