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SECOND (CUP) DAY. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

SECOND (OUP).UAY.1 ' .' .' ' MELBOURNE, TupBaay. Cup Hurdle Race.— Arcidja,. I r.Revella, 2; Informer, S. . . _, '? ' ,..'. ? ; Knilway 'HBUfJicnr1:— Glen 'Aibyn,' : 1 ; ?Kenley,'2j Fortune T#ller, 3. ' ?''?!??' ' Nuiaery Hand cap.— Loyul, 1; British, '2 ; Golden rrc«rt.p. 2. ? ? ,. . ; .... ....... Melbourne -)up — It-venuei 7.10(piioi-) Is Sun Fran, 9.7 (F. liiijm'). 2 { KJiAfci,.'7:Ii ' (HoufieniHii), 3. At llie »tan, U'kki'tu'l jumped away, followed by.Giinga Oio', Aoetine, U yinettuti, Uoukguu and Rookliiigb Entering the COU'80 proper Rocklejgh ,,was rushed to thefront and led pas tllie distance,, and at the judge's box lie had iiicroaeed'nfs lead, but at the luile post he Rave way i tu Khaki. Pateiug the bridge' Flagship, was level with Khaki, half a . length ahead, of Wakeful, tlieii came Seaport, Gauleon. and Revenue. Re tonne took third plarie at the abattoirs,- and soon settled tbe! leaders.'- A , the distanoe Kuhn moved San Jj'/an upi:buc the lattur's weight told and Reve...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
By Electric Telegraph. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] FIRST (DERBY) DAY. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

By Electric Telegraph.^ ? ? ? ? di IFnuH UUlt OWN OoilllElil-ONDKST ] „ nitSr (UERUY) DAY. ' ME'uUOURNE Suttaivs'i! . Waidon I'lalc.-Corsican, 1 ; Falkirk, «1 PaUoiihh, 3, ''?' Marihyniung Plate.— NiplielOR, 1 ; Fart-, well, 2 : Great, Soot, 3. ?? . - --x- Ho ba-n Handicap.— Ohio, 1 ; AcumeiS, 2; Atli.ua, 3: ' ' ? ::V' V.K.C. Derby.— 3«utvillers (Lewis), ii Grasspan (I'1 Kuhn), 2 ; Uuyinaktr -Mint«r) 3. When the barrier ioki; Hautvillera. jurnpeiiawny will) Uieleutl, butwusntflatJiff^ before le*\iiig the Bimlghl^ tfrirt Ibex' tliW* look up lli'e running, closely 'followed .'' 'bV' Bonnie Chiul. Ibex led «lu|i£ ihc; riyjr sirctcli, uuil no elmnfju in the f,4tiriing.;MMfe. pliiio until half' a 'mile'iHfrStn' 'fltraw where Gi-aasi au '?' ran into e'ebohd '?jf;ace. Eulenni! llio straight the field -closed up. mid puning Uie diitVance J^,wiB,^)rbugl|t Hautvillera up, whoro. Cjr/»Bapirti.,ROl,..a bump. A gouJ nice home1 eniiupd Uiutvillers winning by lialf n, lenqth from'rGi'«9f|p4n, with...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

CARI/TON LIVER. Another Effectual Cure. The Case of Mr. THOMAS CAMERON. (An Iiiterzkwc '* Report.) 'It camo like a tluiuderrmlr., when I appeared to b« iu the boat ut heallli uod strength, striking. me in iIib b»ck of the neck like the Mid.len pluug« of » «hu.ii knife.' This in bow Mr. TIiuuuh Cameiou, of 211 Pelham street, C*rlton, described his t'jrbt fiymptom of liver troubla. The rwrious pranks playel by' ihe liv«r c»n only be understood tiy those who have studied that orgiiu's |Miciillai-itic« ; at limts showing it» evil wi-)- with tliu alow dc-liliarjitiou of years, at inhere moving with startling HWtlCtieHSl. ilnu, again, cue ii.cr iii» ?-'? filed location in the budy for its diseased manift-Htatinus : the nervous system, the digestive organs, the Uiilueys, die heart, miy be attacked Hingiy or all together, no potent in Uiio vital ur^aii on l.imiun liealth and happiness. 'Ac the timu of my attaclc,' suiJ ilr. Cameron, ' I wis woik ing up country »t a place ealle'l WooiUmok. I...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES. We hjwe been requested by the Secretary to iitate that owing to the Hospital Carnival there will be no meeting of the local branch of the Australian Natives' Association on Monday evening.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ACT OF BRAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

AN ACT OK BUAVEItV. In llm uriscriUiro-i' portion of tho biiHinewt »a tho Cottnoil mixjlinj; AMornun Joncm ntcrrod to an act of bravery 'jy a young mail named .lainos K'isc in savins :i «'n of Mr Harry TriHl'afroni.liMttiiiii;:- Tho boy htul goni- into the ruor \;'.'M other boy« fur I a swim, -who. '?? ?????'? !*!«'? ««' of '-8 j «lrpi.h \-j iln, current Thu seroaininp of youn« Trist'8 mates attract*.) Rose to thu spot and without waiting to diveat himself of his clothing jumped into the stream, and with the aui of a stick succeeded »' rescuing tho drown ing boy. Alderman Jones said he had beeii informed that this was tho third time Rose boil showed uimiliar bravery, and ho thought it would not bo out of place to briug the enso under the notice of the Royal Humane Society. Alderman Taylor said he heartily supported the suggestion ; and the Council Clerk was instructed to writo to Mr M. Wyse, local corraspondent for tho Sociuty, calling his attention to the act.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

?????(^?????????????????te) ? TuL S Callorwritc^: ? CORNETS, ? for I | , JBANJOS, S ' Calal°6««i. ? ??????????????????????6«eS ? ALl KNOWN ? GUITARS. ? ? MUSICAL ? FLUTES, S 5 INSTRUMENTS. S 'CELLOS. * ? MANDOLINS, ? Strings and ? ? AUTO-HARPS, ? Fitting; tor J ? ACCOROEONS, | tve'yhine. ? ?''??'-'' EAiST TERMS. % [f.iv.pffT'a.iinJ ? 338 CEORCE ST., SYDNEY. ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Items of News. P. AND A. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

Items of News. ? ? ? ? p. and A. society; ; The. annual meeting of members of tho local Pastoral and Agricultural Society will be held on Thursday Dext, at 2 o'clock. The. principal business to be conducted is to deal with motions by Me W. R. Clarke, as follows :— 1st. Alteration of. Rule 16. — That the words ''and be an honorary member thereof ' be struck out of Rule 16. 2nd. New Rule.— That tlie Secretary shall not exercise any., of the .privileges of a jniember of : the., Society. 8rd. New Rule.— That the Council shall have power to appoint and remove! ali paid officers of ,the Society. . The reading of the annual report and balance-sheet; and the election of ? the new Council. '

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Municipal Council. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

iK-niliquin Municipal Council. MiiM-AV, Nl'VKMBHIl 4. II,,. i.iiiii^li'ly inutung of the above Wfti li'lil »i ?!??- ' KiKiuit (Jtiamliura on Moniiay u-'i.ii'i1 AMiuin«n V. .l*no (Mayor) uc ' ',,',, i \ lie ill ii i nnd thorc wrre olio present 'a ! i -i ini-ii .Ml'Twin, Jonea, l'errin, livana, ?r. i,ra,,.l K-lly. -j-m. inimiK'ji of tho previous meeting were rrail »!??' c«iliime/i. ( (M'lll^l'ONIlKNCi:. I ,.111-rs uererofcd :— To J. M. Chanter, M II K-i runiplitining about parcels being I'li'imii'.'-t »i ''J I')SI/ D'1C0 i to I'jroU(»h I ?,.-!, I! liunii, n- «igning ol |ielition for lin-kiiii; '?' '''' Morray; lo Mr 1'rnlham, of (h ? I'nIik1' Works De[KirLnient, saying would ,\iii'i'i Inni in Nuvember ; to llnrwood und I'.riU i;li. 'living the matter re golf fililea had bi'i-ii nfi'iri'd t- the Works Cummitlco, and Mkn« llll'in l0 refrain from impounding truiiia until decided ; also aikmg lo refund Mr i:r-'iie tlie amount paid in trespass f,.(.s ? lo Mrs Iloriol, saying new water Kcrv...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Land Agents. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

The Land Agents. In connection with the laudatory re marks made concerning the excellent conduct of the proceedings at the Local Land Board during the examination of applicants for the Perricoota farms last week, perhaps it might not be out of place to say that the agents had no small share in helping the business along. ' No doubt the agents' have iff many cases np easy task to perform in drilling their clients into form and ob taining the most material evidence, and in the briefest style. Moreover, judging by tho comments made by some of tho applicants, the agents require to have very retentive memories to be able to grasp, all tho principal factors, to say nothing of the necessity of having a perfect knowledge of the standing and qualification that each and every client possesses. To re mcinber faces, names andoircumstances of each party under any circumstance must neeessarilv cause a strong effort of memory, and for these and other reasons wo think the representative men should ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket Notes. NATIVES v. DENILIQUIN. [BY DUCK-EGG.] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

Cricket Notes. NATIVES v. DKNIL1QOIN. tBv Duck-Koc] On Saturday last the cricket match be tween the above clubs which was commenced ou the previous Saturday was concluded, and resulted in a win for Deiiilicjuin by 39 runs. Uuniliquin, who on the drat day's play had scored 73 wi!hout tbe loan ot a wicket, coucludcd their innings for the respeotauiu total of I8S. Tbe A'ativea in their eecood innings peored well, making 148 tor the loss of eigut wickets. The attend ance at the match was fair, including ?- fair number of ladies. The fielding of both teams was an improvement on that shown in the previous matches. Messrs Gillies and Munro stood as umpires. Jjeetham and RUeigh, the not out bats men ou tbe previous Saturday, continued their innings. The former commenced to score rapidly and when he had added 14 to hiB previous total of 39 he had the misfortune to be given out leg before to Burns. 1—53 -93. Fulton tilled the vacancy, but had only scored a brace when be put one up in tho slip...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROZEN MEAT EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

FROZEN MEAT EXPORTS. During the week several trucks of frozen mutton have been sent away, from the local works of the Riverina Frozen Meat Co., viz., 8,247 carcases by 6. e. Banushire, and 785 carcases by a. b. Vine Branch. , .

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Differential Railway Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

Differential Railway Rates. The Now South Wales railway aulliori tios have noticed the comnicnrs in 'he Melbourne papi-rs in reganl to tho action said t.i Iibvi beon takun by tdem in reduc .nir rftilwav rates for tho tiurpoto of secur ing further trade from Rivenn*. The commi-Bioners say thar Jiere has been a inisunduratanding in tho ni»tt«r, as the ratebuuk introduced some weeks sigo was not issued with tho object of influencing competitive Hivorina business. Although t.ho principal alterations made were in «onni-ctiun witli the carriage of wool, relatively oiilyn 'small proportion to the. toUl quantity carried on the New South Walps railways comes frnm the Riveriua district, and the rates for this '.ariff have buen previously differentiated in favour of ltiverina. Under the new rates book the charges on the Northern and Western lines, which do not affect Victoria at all, were -considerably reduced, while the ratiw on the Smthern line were only slightly disturbed, and then on the g...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

OLD AGE PENSIONS. The 12th meeting of the Old Age Pensions District Board, Deniliquin, was held at the Court House on Wed nesday last, when the following busi ness was conducted :— Warrant under seotion 88 was granted to Helan Price to enable Thomas Edward Rose to draw her instalment ; claim of Thomas Waterhouse, Charles Anderson, James Thomson, Edward Adolphus Dixon, James Jorden, Mary Liston and George Marshall, wore investigated and de clared established, and each will re ceive £26 pec annum except Marshall, whose claim was passed for £18 per annum. The. claims of John Brady, James Woodlocli, Bobort Thomson, Flora Grant, Ellen Jackson, Norman J. VL'h. GiUespie, John Mackenzie, and Susannah Milstead were deferred for corroborative declarations ; and the claim of Frederick Barker was deferred till January, 1902, to permit of com pliance as to residence in New South Wales.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1901. Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

GUVRCH SOTJCES. Sdkdav, Novkmueii 10, 1901. Wcxleyan. Dsniliquin. 11 a.m., by ilie Mr R. Fawcutt ; aid 7 30 p.m.. Hart wood, 11 a.m., a'd Birganbigil, 3 p.m., by the Rev. A. S. J. Hinding. Prediyte.rian, On Sunday next at iialhoura in the rooming, and Deniliquin. evening, lv the Kev. R Welsh. ? -?.?'?' Church of England. Twenty-third Sunday after Trinity : — Deniliquin, morning and evening ; preacher, Mr Hi-nty. The bazaar held recently at Finley in aid of the building fund of a new Human . Catholic Church resulted in a profit ufJClGO.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

JOHN ADAM, | Tobnccunisl. Newspaper ft News xaimku snii!:r.T, dkxiliquix. ] ? | ?pilK tt. Im-v. ?in.i.liiy Tiiqi'. Arroiv. , I Sirtiriiif. .l.i.U-i-. 1 null. Wi.il:.*. llnwU- j |..i. IH-tiil-iimi l..d|.wn,l...i«. Wiihl-irMavn. ' j.ne, ]!ni'.-iv..n.lis MiiBiir.ni.-. I'idnri:.! Mnmnt'li.-. I'iMll'f Ni'»' IVnny MnunKini*. I'liainiC -:fi« Mii'..n»iim. iV.-oill's Siiiiir.lny .I.iiii.iiiI tii'l'iiiian l'ui in1 Aiii.lnilii.il | llr-..-.|.iiiriii.l. Wrl.tnn1- 51.mii.lv. U-m.-hV | OnM^iiiikni' Prtittlu .Sinok.!, L'nioii .ImcIs. l,V.i«!i:iiv.!lnli-. Over Un.l ? I *«ii. llnyn' I'lihi Unit- Liumiy, IIuIIhI.) C;)IV l.ibr.uj. Hc«n o Knw; l.ilimrv. Tine Illnu War I.lb riil-y. Illimlraicl Bits. Skclcliy I'.lts, Tit lilt!-. A!ly Sln|iEr. £crii|w, Snnp Sliotn. AnKWch'. I'eiirson'n Weekly, Cicarmlc. I'lmlo Hits. lllUKtrntiiil U|i-lo-l)nt-!, Hoys' Up-tn-Dnto N'ovpletlc. Ahliiie H. Holiilnv, Ohriiitinn Hurnl.l. rJhrlMfan. Ii^idBfit, I'olice Ilwlcci. WorLI's C'.fmic. (Jirnifc OulR. tjomio Uh:. (?olni'Ctl...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What is the Qualification? [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

What is the Qualification? Mast, iixiocd a groat many people, ilirrctly interostotl and otherwiso, cora- iiii-nt ' -'|''n ^G peculiar anoinalieB Iliatpa-ti out in tlm selection of appli „.,' ,^ 10 '0 to the ballot. The DeDili q'nii) Bnsirrl in particular are noted for their fiilont ways of urrivinR at oon clufionp, anil do not indicate what manner of evidence is required to sa-.isfy them. Wo note this outside of ballots. Bui in rsBpect to the Porri contu blocks .ono is fairly Btoftgored at thn wide diversity that exists in this selection of eligible balloters. /Natur ally ono would bo inclined to think, and more especially so if the course drawn up by tho meeting of Chairmen at tho comrnencernent of tho present system should be followed, that a fit man to settle on the lands would be . * ? .... t 1 . ill. _* ? _AJ ono wno is in souna neattn, 01 k«uu practical experience, possessinc; suffi cient capital to carry on with, and having the necessary farming imple ments. Of course, even i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

DEATH. ... . 1.1 1 '? -.- .'tH ?-? Vtimmliei , al r'rB««v . ....... K-n '.- |iin-fi'ni l'nlii»i«).C4i(-e. ! . . .uii -ix:- liter nf Hiu hua ttll'lur.l j ,,'.'. ii'. I.. iw.'-t Rcn-liirn. As!?.! »S , (The Inkpciikitt |,|.n|[,..i-i: '. FiiiiiAV. NoVKKnRitK, 1901

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Federal Parliament. TARIFF DEBATE CLOSED. CENSURE MOTION NEGATIVED. GOVERNMENT MAJORITY FOURFEEN. MELBOURNE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

The Federal Parliament. TARIFF DEBATE CLOSED. CISNSURB MOTION NEGATIVED. GOVERNMENT MAJORITY FOUR TEKN. MELBOURNE, Fuidav. The first all nigbt sitting of the House of Representatives was responsible for several disnrdoily scenes. Mr Conroy (N.S.W.), who *pokc for three hours, accused Mr Maugher (Vic), of being in the pay of protectionist rings, and this remark led lo a fierce inlerchanep of words hclwecn Mr ilaugor and Mr Uonroy and Sir George Turner, the latter declaring that the Government bad stood a lot, but would not stand this. He demanded that Mr Conroy should withdraw his lying insinua tions. ? Mr Chanter, the acting-Speaker, amid considerable uproar, compelled both Mr Conroy and Sir George Turner, to withdraw and apologise. He said to M r Conroy that his insinuations were not worthy of him, adding that if he persisted in hi; charges he would ask him -to discontinue speaking. Mr Thomas withdrew his amendment in favor of laud value taxation. Mr Kingston passod some caustic co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Chinaman Arrested FOR INVADING THE POLL TAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

Another Chinaman Arrested FOR INVADING THE POLL TAX. Surprise was ocotiioned on Saturday morning last when Paddy Oing Gook kp E eared in custody to answer ' the charge of aving entered the mate of New South Wales without having paid the eum of £100 or having it paid for him. ? The onse was hoard before Mr F. \v. ?Qarsinng.-r.AI. the «oout-ed toeing defended by Mr Windeycr, who pleaded not guilty. Vinoent Sumraors Wilson, Subcollootor of customs stationed at Deuiliquin, produced a Gazette in which was contained bis authority ytb pra%ccut«. Ha charged the aooueed with e'iflef ing the Sute 61 New* Soutli Wales contrary to the Cliiuese ReurictiOH uiul Itogula'ion Act. .. -bU'o ill* liaucli :- That sum had .not b:eu paid. He kne* defendant who was a rim «ie-t of J)«)iliquin. .. ? -, Coneiuble Sullivan gavo evidenoeto 'the '.'ftrreit'j'ond Constable Grieves Rtated that : iiccuied had hi rived in Deniiiquiu by train ,. pu-?r,«uout,j|ie 47th October. , ,. ?-.?.. ' Jncroas-exfniiiialion witn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Land Hunger. PUBLIC MEETING AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 November 1901

The Land Hunger. I'CULIC MKKMKG AT 1IIK T(»«X H.M.I. Tlntv «w rlnne upon a 'I |ir..|.'r prrwMt «', the public mwiiig on I-'. i.i«-* xfjin; 1km whith h«d Im*ii cuiliil iiv Hi- M»-'i in Ittparme to * largely ni^ni-J mjiiiiiihm In tirpi1 upon the llovurnmeni of Hn- ?'-'?««? '-' llnmiakll v Ikf I llf-flU Ilirf itlh'Il ^(II 1*1. 'I ' llilll**'!' alt the BVi,i!»l!c Ciwi. l.i».J. -?? -'-?» ilitliin. AM. K. J«nc (Maj.ul pu-iutod. mid appliusnu foMlin lVin.uum Il,.i,ii-«i.-».| ; Detection bluck« comprisi-d twn lliir.ls -1 ll»' i audicnc-. Alii. ii. Kv«n» mnved ' thsi tl'f Mim*'1'- {nr l.-mils bo wnilcil on by ilm M-iiiImt I''' Uie dinUicl, will prmrtil » pi'liium t« him piKlliwi by iiumkt.iub applicant* fur iln' l'enicoola selections and umii'pi'i'lil'1 ''k ing lliai all Crown Unite in \hv. clislnut bi; thrown open (or sculi'ini'iit wiiIimi- dt-li-». Thu speaker said Ilia expeiiciu': of public lifo had uught .,in( that to ubtjiin ail) thing from tlio liovernnicnt the pniipje lind u- bani] ih...

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