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A COMMEMORATIVE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

A COMMEMORATIVE SERVICE:. It is announced in our advertising columns - that a commemorative service will be held in the Town Hall to-morrow at 11 a.m., by the united reiiffious bodies, tho Mayor requests all citizens to attend. In our contemporary on Thursday an advertisement appeared in reference to the commemorative service, in which it was stated & collection would be made in aid of the local hospital, but the Mayor wishes us to state that no such collection will be-tftkem; up.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

Sporting Alems. ? iiv Wki.i.em.ki1. Wild Haven luia v.-ou n law iij India, smd j ljis owner, Mr T. Uphill is said to have bad -i good win over the Trentou gelding. j Tarsus, Aquarius, ami Broadalbane left ! Flemington last week for Tasmania. The ! 1ii\st-mwnedr who has done a virood, solid j preparation since Connolly got him, is likely j to pay hia way during the trip, i Ingomar is owned hy F. Smith, trained ?-1ty.lt. Smith, ridden by J. Smith, another liinith shoes him ! The cricket, match, Ne\V Bouth Walen v. Victoria, has been postponed to February J. ??*' Mascotfce '' in thu ' Hay Grazier ' says : ? — ' Then you tell ma there's no cruelty in horse^racing,' said the predominant partner to her spouse ; 'why, here I read in your own beastly ' Sportsman ' that the favorite vtas beaten at the distance post/' The programme framed for the Corowa annual race meeting, to be- held on- March 19 arjd 20, provides for a sum of £260 being distributed in added money. The Two Yea r-OJd Stakes ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Mr John Wagner. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

DegtlJ of Mr John Wagner. . Mr John W'a^erj the Avell-lcnbiVn. coach proprietor, died .on Sunday afternoon at his residence/vSjtoningtoi), Glenferrie, at the age' of 74, -after a painful illness ex tending over threeiyears,. - Mr ^Wagqer, who wasua natiye of Canada,- was born' on an estate whiciil3ad'been-:in- tire posses sion. of thefamily: for several: generations,, andCwas ^brigiivaMy a ; gift' of rpyalfy ziiu recbgiution of the* loyal suppqrt^vhich the; family had rendered .ior.Mi&f^tiroi&K Wh en about 1 8 years of ag^ie^vehtftp Gah forniar -io.; seekhk; Jortyne,^aod';eVe^ i-uallv' he drifted'Over to -Victoria rotating tire 'earliest of ... tile f ^old-seekers^ The difficulty of trahsport was.one of the most serious tli at the prospector, had to efacpun fer, ; -aiid. v Mr Wagner, quiekly Saw the possibilitiesih good lines of coaches.: He rnade a start idthat 'direction in 1852, 'and a few -years; later; had estaDlish^d several liiie's aboutG^lpng. 'He^vent %to pa...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To-Morrow (Saturday). A DAY OF MOURNING. ALL BUSINESS PLACES CLOSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

To-Morrovv (Saturday). A DAY OFMOl.'iiN'INU. ALL BUSINESS PLACES CLOSED. Yesterday Mr Gillies handed us the follow ing telegram which the Mayor receivod from, tho Under- Secretary in response to one sent hy him on Wednesday :— ' Saturday next will not be a Public Holi day, but all offices of the State will be closed bv direction, of the Government, and the public are invited, to observe. the day as ono of close mourning.. Banks caunot close with out a proclamation,, which, will not be issued.' By the reading.- of the above it is^evidently intended that the Government wish the people of the State to keep the holiday voluntary.. We understand that no business in Deniliquin will be open. on. Saturday, and that it is the intention ? of. shopkeepers to keep their business premises open this even ing. As will be seen, above the banks can not close,. but it is anticipated, that no busi ness will be transacted.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The late Queen's Meditations. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

^Ttie jlgte^QuefeM Jlpiita^jbhSi i-^ Some reflections on ilie.b-jw.-^:ear. -w'Hiljii'-rG^ei veil ^vjtU-iin ajniost ^atlietic inferbst wJign :;i'tViw«ni'e'pi| :Jiered'how,^ery;fioon after '^h^'da%n'«fr.tih^irst *yfea;r pfa^Pew .centiiry*lfat ..''icn;-ser|;eant^fptiath,'' iso^^-stiict'in-iiik. arrest,'1 Jaiiiyija^atift .iinon';. the pnte-QueenV aged ; head;';aud: sub k-bs*vcd^if. t'qlh'is ^suminonsVTauili'ffleeklvH^ent :^ ;?'-.. :/L:*-;.:i-;:^:C-l ' |i. 'r3H)efTfifle|vaj oWIiej'.eap is -a, soieHin;' epocjr -for-. ^sall. '?IlItip,*fid'1t'o'speak,':a dry-consfcI'atiSlilti^at ^Jffi^jipietJJjppes,- our. (lear.esb!ivish,esj^Tj^|:f1Jii??iii4;; |)fJpe^etlsaiitjpunccsr.withj;soiGimiMly^^ rp?atlpniof a Mow peri6,Tof time f aTid^ije-^ounijrof. Jtrah\ji%jj'a(id llie rolliiigofrjriiirisajcclaiintlie tjawiv 5o|^1jc ;tfew- yearv. Joyous groups '. of youpgi jTeilons^ ^pft^btli'^bSe^saJute; it -- with noisy chcersi^sfnU icbii3F4n;$ra^ \v]th .unwonted fervqr-'::tgr;-'tHB-:jyeIi^ ^far^*j[/£~U^ir ?benef...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

Over the Border. MELBOUKXE. * i^e-roomed weatherboard cottage m rs^nsVtOgIvethealarm,andthe whde amilv, wifh. the esception of one cind va soon in the street. This was no discovered for some time,- but Robert, another son, immediately upon being Apprised of the fact, rushed ^othebj™; ine building bv the front door. When he refchedthe bedroom door of the child, Nelt she found that it would not open His Mother Phillip subsea«ently helped Sm, but their combined efforts were of no avail and both were forced to retue ma ?shockingly burnt condition. Tj pon the arrival of the brigade^ was seen 1 that tl^re was no hope of saving- the building, and every effort was made to ^sa ve the child. Her body was afterwards found Ha a room into ukich she had fled by mis take, in endeavoring iu c^ay^,- -»- -?-- thus been suribcated by the smoke. An inquest will be held. The Carlton bench- adjudicated on Tuesday upon the case in which James Day assaulted his wife with a hammer on Hie 7th January and sub...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH. Last Sunday at St. Michael's Church, at 8 and 11 o'clock Mass, the Very Rev. Father Treacy, V.G., made a very sympathetic and feeling address on the death of Her Majesty the Queen. He dwelt for half an hour on the principal events in her reign, and ex tolled her great virtues and noble example, and her great influence with all the ruling Powers of the world. Ho alluded to the very friendly feolings existing between Her Majesty and the illustrious Pontiff, Leo XIII. , and also referred to her recent visit to Ireland and her broad-minded spirit. He said Catholics all over Australia would join heartily in the cablegram of sympathy sent by His Eminence Cardinal Moran in the name of all the archbishops, bishops, and priests of Australia to the Royal Family. ? Mb. James Ashton. — For the past few weeks there has been persistent rumours that Mr James Ashton, M.P., had abandoned his previously expressed intention of contest ing a seat in the House of Representatives fo...

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Pigeon Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

Pigeon Shooting. -The Committee of the DeniJiquinGun Club held a successful ' shool 'on Satur day last at the Cricket Ground: Th¥ principal attraction for shooters was the handsome Trophy presented to the Club by Mr,E. D. Clarke, of Melbourne, for which there were 21 entties. The'Troplfy was tor the best of five birds,. but there were still eight shooters ' Jeft in When the fifth round was completed , Pailcer, who : iiad been shooting well, lost ^ very ^easy) bird in his sixth round, and the same remark applies to DeFraga.G. Middled 4niss met a splendid bird in this round, rwhich4)eat him. Five shooters wjere. in at the end of the seventh round/- viz-, ^vhich beat- him. DeverdH/'MackaV, Bowtell, A. .Taylor, and 'Bushnia^.' Bowtell rhissedl his eight bird, and «t Bush-' ^an ;?'. we;iit out-; a, rfound; later: ^The, shooting; \vas interesting as'thev thrbe rshooters killed their J ioth, 1 1 th, ana - 1 2th iijirds. Dev'erall Ikilled k, the next rouud,. : but Mackay and TayJor faded, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

Robertson & Douglasl Save added a well assorted consignm^ cl ^M Crockery & Gla^B Ware I To their, large*. Motik of Grocei-y and Ironmon»etr^B and^wtiile thanking the public of Denilini^B and distriqt; for their support during the V^M twelveraohthsi-tru6t by the excellent uualitt^H and low prices of all their goods to merittiH continuance at the same in future. ^^H NOTE TR£ ADDBESS : -^H ROBERTSON & DOUGLAS, 9 .'NATIER SIEEET, .DENILIQUIX. 'H THE BILLABONG HOTELffl CONARGO. m JAMES WHITE,! HAS pieasnrett' m'inging under tho notice oftVflB residents: o£ Gosanao and DistrksSH and also-, rue- i RA-VEtiiiKcj ruBi,ic tiiat lie l,al taken*ii lease; of the above' well-known Hotel iroil Mr R. -Rogers. find*trusfsj3y keepin-r only the very j best brands of -Wines,; Spirits; and Beer, to merit*! thir share -of support;. 1 Gooi& itcosrafoniTioN foe Tuayei.leks. 1 . Pirst-cl^s.staliliug.-^ A Trial Solicited. 1 ?'?:.'':-' '^'y; JAS.' WHITE, I .-,--? *?-.- ?: :: ?-....

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ST. PAUL'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

ST. PAUL'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND. On Sunday last the Vcn. Archdeacon Holt referred in feeling terms to the death of Queen Victoria as ' one who for a very long period sat on the throne of one of1 the mightiest Empires of modern times, and v/ho in the fulness of years and of honor, has just passed away — Victoria, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland and Empress of India.' The speaker then went through the whole of the Queen's life from- her crowning in Westminster Abbey on June. 28, 1138, up to the day of her death. . . . Ho »v real, how natural (said tho Archdeacon) was the religion by which she lived — ssimjtlc trust in our Lord Jesus Christ as her Saviour, her Sustainer, her Guide, her Strength. And all so free from pretence and show. Many instances are on record which tell how quiet, yet how strong, was the strength she derived from communion with God. If she .wore ' thfi white flower of. a blameless life ' it camo from that spirited life which is hid with Christ in God. . . . Conclud...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

hj &conisi, Newspaper^: ^evys ^ent hi-'^ Tl^furec. Sunday 3'ime-:, jVrMw; Sj'OvQm^ I :''^;; ,^_ iV-ut it,- Wo)l;«r, Haivirtf't^jJiriiiiiijuiii ; f-! rS, 5if. \\VmiJ-ir; Mn«azi»'.'-,^,'Marn)swiii-Lfi s ft ;,y^ ^?jotv.mOteiiziue. Cast's N^iv P-?!)'iy Kn^ji'v-'-^iiiiJiul.'.-vVtisirsiJinn J-ou: -Mi, VAu_stR(]la.u |L^-\jrn;i!;:W client lifm'ti)l.v;'^-ea(s)i'«-;j)r^ss. mV- %:\.i£\? Smoke, Uiiion': J:Vck.' li'uU!Ctivft\T;Ku*. : ?if-:3.i:.nd- aiulV^a, .Buys' lUr^t;li»ty Libia^y, ?KV-'r.i!fii ?J;iljrnry.;.^e-Hs;:3i;:isc library. Ir.isc-' ?i. Vii' LM-miv*;lHusirateii Bits. -Sketchy HA;*, R , :!-i. A^y riioper, Scraps, SuapvShois, An-\ver*. ?i*^'fs';.- Vveekiy. Ci Miettcil'iioto iJits^lllu^UMit:.! Ki^Vufe. I'.(iV-' t'j-io-J.'aie Novelet te,^\idineH. H)!:i;' (^ri.^Vjyn y-Mii'iil'l. OlirisiiarrHudwtl Julie: i ft j _.T* \Vori-rs iVT;iin;. -'oinio~ I'uts, Ooruic Lite. ?('t.v r'entid'. illusUuied ChipSj Fiok-Jli'-Uj*, , Bv ? !: t-jiHiL' .Moments. N tm^ets, Funny Wmn'liis. ' ?,, f4 i, jjfi'....

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Death of Queen Victoria. REFERENCE IN THE CHURCHES. WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

Death of Queen Victoria. REFERENCE IN THE CHURCHES. WESLEYAN CHURCH. Afc the Wesleyan Church on Sunday even ing reference was made to Her late Majesty Queen Victoria by the Rev. A. S. J. Hard ing. The Church was suitably draped and the small badge of mourning was seen on the apparel of the audience. The text selected by the preacher was from Proverbs 31st chapter and the 29th verse, 'Many daughters have done virtuously, but thou exceHesfr them all.' Throughout the con gregation- listened' attentively while the preacher sketched the Queen1 in her fine qualities of true womauhood. Reference was' made to the grace, modesty, and piety displayed by her on hearing of her accession to the Throne. Her true qualities as a wife. The supreme affection she bore her husband, testifying to the fact that the Royal marriage was not one of State or political expediency but the sequence of the union- of two hearts in the bonds of true and pure affection. Attention was drawn- to Her Majesty as a mothe...

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Death of Queen Victoria. REFERENCE IN THE CHURCHES. WESLEYAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

y t-eat|i ^f^Qfieeti -'ic!-tria, t ' ^ WT: SLR VAX ^HHUfyn ''-?? ' ^ ^ At tlia Wesky;«i CIvuhj.Ii on Snn^lay *?ven ;ing -Td'orehoi; vyas^uad^ to iiui; luto i;M;)j^ty; ^ijetin^'iciu];^ liy- this Kov. ;A. S, JV liard^ ??lugf .' TLufX'hurdi ?uyi« suJtaijly^raped anti ^thty-small : baJgo oi' nmufning w;isCseo»; on, :the^ -apparel of the ^Kulicifcf.f Tho^tcxl: -.';lbGtod ))y the preacher was^frimi l?rovflrl^ dlsv clvapfcr andAthiv . 23;h j4oiae, i*' !\iany; !ol;i.i:Kl]tGi-s-have demv^ \ih\iously, ]y\il ih-:^- ;oxe5il^ii thorn. a,ll.'' ?JTSlrwii^l-itJiit she coii^ '?;-gregfi.l'ipu cjliatcnuil utteriM\-i3!y-Mhil«H'lie preacher EikelcboiT thu (^;ioen in heroine i-[naliiias 6t ts:uo;; w6m;Uihoriu. i Ueferenee fwas; inadftto fheygracu, iii:.){]^Hf,y^ uml piety Jispla,v(?iJ hj her on hy;u-i.n;r of hi-r ifcc^s&inii : ilo ijie Throuo.f H«rtriioTfji;:tTitis.3 ;-§ a \vii«; j LThg; supiciine affctt'.-nrsha him- iiev litisbaiid',*'] ^osutyiii^ to Ilk; faci ifi st 1 5he 31oya,l marria-^' i ;v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

|OHN ADAM, Kcconist, Newspaper & News Agent ?pier steeet, deniliquin. Kg Eeferce, Sunday TiineR, Arrow. Sport ing Kj;H«e, Truth, Woiker, Hawklet, Deniliquin HtnJent. Windsor Magazine, Ilarmsworth a Hue. Pictorial Magazine. Hansell's Now Penny HLc Charing Cross Magazine, Oassell's ^?ay. Journal, Aust'uJinn Journal, Australian ^Hournal, Weldon's Monthly, loach's Orcss ^BBattle Smoke, Union Jack. Detective Tales, HLand nn*1 ^e3- KoV9' VlVBt HlitQ Ijiblill'.v. ^H- Bill's Library, Hearts Ease library, True ^War Library. Illustrated Bits. Sketchy Hits, ^Ke AHy Slower, Scraps, Snap Shots, Answers, ^Kls* Weekly. Cigarette, Photo Bits, Illustrated ^Rate. Hoys' Up-to-Date Novelette, Aidine H. ^B, Christian- HeraM, Christian- Budget. Police ^K 'World's Comic. Comic Guts, Comic Life. ^K Ccttiie, Illustrated' Chips;. Fick-Me-Up, ^K Spare Moments, Nuggets. Funny Wondes, ^B's Life, Home' Cliafc, Homer's Stories, ^K Si cries, Home Stories: Golden Stories. ^H Herald Supplement, Scottish Nigh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

DOCTORS PRESCRIBE OR PAI fe rlilfrLt WITH . SATISFACTORY AND PEBMAMEMT RESULTS, Dr. Dourchter's Certificate. ' '? 127 Redferu Street, Sydney, N.S. JK To the **' . ,;. , ? Dr: Williams' Medicine Co., Sydney. : ' Dear Sirs, For some time I have been in the habit of '. recommending Dr. Williams' -Pink Pills to my patients- with .excellent results. As a ionic, their t effect is most satisfactory and permanent. In Anaemia, Chlorosis,-' and- allied dis eases 7 have found them very valuable, and in irregularities they are un equalled. (Signed), j J.G BOURCHIEB- MR/ \ l[ Late Goveunment Medical 'Officer, N-S,W. ?'? \ Anemia (Bioodlessness)— Cured. | 5 'To the Dr. Williams' Medicine' Co., Sydnev. i 'Dear Sins,— I have been suffering for the last three years from a rafhft -i foolish act. One day in summer Ihree years agoi, whilst I was very hot, I took a cola V: water bath. This brought on serious irregularities. . I became very weak in my feet ' and legs, and was even hardly able to get abou...

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Letter from the Front. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

Letter from the Front. Mr \V. L. Tredrea. has forwa rded the following letter to us, which he received list week from his son Harry ; — 3 wri-RiAL Yeomanry HosriTAL, Pretoria. S.A, -December j6, igoo. Dear Dad — It is some time now since 1 last wrote to you hut circumstances prevented- me doing so. ,1 suppose you have seen Alick Caturn long before ibis reaches you and be has told you that I was alright when he left. Well shortly after the first crowd got away, we started out for Rustenburg, a distance of 6o miles due west which we did in easy stages, taking five days for the journey and we did not see a single Boer. s Tnree days after we started for Oliphants Nek where we got into a very hot corner fona couple of hours but no damage was done. We returned to R listen burg the same night. A few days later we lost poor Jack McGowen who had just been promoted to Sergeant : he died in the Rustenburg Hospital from fever. We buried on the Sunday morning after Church Parade ana I little' th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

JVicU«,'-C Stand r»Il«v--t lii*ta«»«l- roo(luicti-' \r«»-iilsi« lufluriir-n. &a, Xfver be wit bout, il

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

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Cricket. HAY v. DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

Cricket. BAY *. .MEXlLIQt'IS, The two day'fc' iiiatcb Ltttfcen representa- j live teams of Hay and Deniliquin cricketers i was commenced on the Hay park oval on j Saturday. The Deniliquin team Consisted ? of Wiudeyer (captain). J. garrison, Bums, ! Peeriu, Herior, \Mmlif-, f.orduajiv,. Jewell, j Weir,' Hooper- and Austin. The 3 Jay team j consisted of Chary (captain). Murphy, j Gibbs, Beveridge. Dillon, J3archy, Keid, C. j Harrison. ArmTtase, Callaway, and Green, j Punctually at eleven' o'clock toe-coin was tossed n-nd tonune favoured the Hay skipper who elected to bat. Darchy jand Beveridge were «nt'ni*sted with *he4eience of the local citadels, and the /attack \vas opened by Burns stud Perrin. ' Messrs Sparrow (Denili (juin) and Cross (Hay) umpired, Wittdeyer. kept the wfckets and the fieldsmen were piaced-close in. Both batsmen .shaped confi dently/ but in Burns third over beveridge played one into his wicket after making 'a single. -1— 1— 9. Murphy went in next and broke his duc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 February 1901

Hotel Tati&psall's, DeralSiqwin. C. F. DE FRAGA IeGS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete with c\ciy comfort m and convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilated, and the Accom iat on first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining ID BATH ROOMS -(Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATLH ?lie Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colon} . A fust Jass ? Groom constantty kept in attendance. , fcOD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND \ AKDS. I ? :x: fcjaLattereiiers gjtyen t^ ijvepy, g?a!t 4k -Letting Kingle and Double Harness Horses, Buggies, Gigs etc., -jnd Ladie^' t ? and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always oh Hire at shortest I I notice, and at reasonable i ate. I BCoaches for Finley, 13erngan, Cobian and Noorong itait fioni Tattcrball s-' wr.D. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ? Usher's Special Resenc and Watson's A ?' Whiskies a Specialty. I FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. [ ? C- t-. Be FRAGA, Ppeppieto...

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