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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Rheumatic y Fever. \ Reduced to a Shadow* Now Restored to Health, - ?' ' The Cau of Mrs. H. n. RKILLV. Although the old Sydney and suburban slroetB were not made v.ilh tbe mathemati cal precision of straightunsa which charac terises the roadways of more recent con struction, etill, in many instances, the abrupt angles and curves have a peculiar advantage of their own. They enable tho traveller to readily take a turn from a main street, where the populace «re hurrying and jostling each othei in tho pursuit of their daily vocations, into a more peaceful atmo sphere in close proximity, whero the . noieo and buello are all left behind. ' Kvtn this quiet neighbourhood was too distracting for my nerves to tolerate when 1 was ill, 'said Mrs. Hannah Marift Reilly, of No 48 Ryso-street,' Darlington, to the prcssiunn who had called. 'Will you be kind enough to give an outline of your sickness ! ' '?With 'pleasure. I had ft severe attack . of rheumatic fever. I was ailing so.Jpns that I though...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Hotel TattersaBE's, Deniliquin. M ;- A. LEVY ^ ' *i (late of Melbourne). |» BEGS lo announce that lie lias taken the above well- known Hotel, ^$M which is now replete in every comfort and convenience. The -iBf rooms are large, well ventilated, and the Accommodation first-clsss. Jffi8 Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dicing Rooms. ; l-0-JM GOOD BATH ROOMS (Ladies1 and Gentlemen's). ^HOT & CQJLD » |i^| '? J water. ? '. ':? . ?'.?': - ' ''^^m ;The.?tabling Accommodation is linsurpasscrJ in the Cc!pny. A first^3as8 -:/si ?Jji: Gbom constantly kept in aitendan^.*' , 'f ^**r .,.,,... i^M JeQGijB GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE EOXES A$D YARDS. ' ? :. 'M ™ '? ?? '? *Xt .? - ? . ? , .. ?^..^?'^ Special attention given to Livery, Bait and P Letting. r|j ________ ? - ' '~,-Mi Mail Coaches for Hay, Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and ^oorong start from ' ,^ Tattersall's. , ill AJL only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ;*|f ? :x: ? ^ $j ? FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABL5 AND ACCESSORI...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

fcOOK OUT ! LOOK OUT ! WHAT FOR ? \LE HOJ SALE HO! SALE HO! OJEHO! SALE HO! SALE HO! iarry Davey, IRed House, Lyceum Stores, ~ (?hird Block, Pall Mall, Bendigo, j la Holding one cf the Largest Sales even held in BEMDIGO. ? M— HE GOODS MFST GO AT ANY | PRICE. I EVERYTHING In Our Warehouse Marked to I COST PRICE. EW OF OUR PRICED SHOW YOU WHAT WE INTEND TO DO. I Old Prioes. Ralo Prices. I £ s d a d I 1 0 White Double Sheeting for 5$ I 1 0 White Colonial Flannel for 6| I 15 0 Colonial White Blabkets I (double bed) for ? J2 C I *i ..-..--. 100 English Whitney Blankets SATjE ' (doable bed) for ? 10 6 I t-_a.JJ.U . 4 Stripped Flannelette for [ dozen ? 1 11 I 2 3 2-yds wide Floorcloth for 1 G I ISO Ladies' Mackintoses for ... 12 0 I ' 8 6 Ladies' Fawn and Broun I ' Capes for ? 4 11 I 10 0 Ladies' Fawn Jackets for 12 6 I 8 6 Ladies' Figured Black Dress I Skirts fcr ? 4 11 I 6 6 Ladies' Metallic Under I ekirtsfor ? 3 11 I CAT TTI f 10 Aprons, all makes, for ... I Q-XJLl Hi I ? 1 11 Ladies' D...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock Report. STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Slock Report. STOCK STOVKMKNI'S. TV rnll..*i»K stock mnvoinriils nro , ntci Mlir- InHt jhkiu- :— 7J2 isllli'p 1! .s.-k) fr.im Houro-rimi --? Hay.: WH .,ii' i-wi-' ??''' wethers (r. .n. DiniliT11' IMri.-k Wall. Camot y, .l.-nl.!. rio ; '00 ,-. from 1'aiU i-.Umo!- Skinm-r, Hi»u ,„??, C-lirnn : --,I.'W «wi'' ''' '' ' 'lb' O.l'.ly »ii.1 *.»?; 1,4*4 «--i1i.th from .?milniry L. I ho Frerami! W..rk« ; M«W ,-- -M. .1. (-iir-w's) t' »»'? -?''?'?'» ,.iks; 1,189 mixed hW|p ip«ii ll.iy Mnot t-» Worn; 3,-tfHI sh..-,' /''?» .n»ny, an.! 1.303 from Mo.-lpi l«. Ul.ly n.lSnn; 120 rnii.» fr.)m ('..bran W«'« .Melbourne; 5.4i-0 w.il,.n- fr-w ll»-- ?-irid in Jifi(,'illiii'. t)|i|H-r Miirroy ««»' ri.-l ? 2,47fi i'w.-j) (--.% iin.1 Son) I' Hill ?'luii.; G.OOOowo weancrs ftom I'''1'1,1* .. (??n-onllH ; 432 wntlinni (f'lu's- lTl'»'' ') .. Victoria, vUT. cumwal : MO ewo* from P«ik.i to Oildy mid 6..n ; 400 .'«« mid Jai»)-i(Hnroumaii HiidUiily1') fr-'» '»'' pam-lla lo Mi'lboumn; IB 'Klc (li. C.-irr's) lo Neliu...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Sporting Mems. San Fran's trainer docs not regard that horse as quite a back number yet, but the injured fetlock joint is still so enlarged that the full extent of the trouble cannot be determined. San Fran has not been lame in the injured member, but though Payten docs not anticipate anything serious will come of it, considers it improb able that he will race much before next spring. Mr MarkJWhftty has received a couple of additions to his Fleming ton-trained team in Old Salt (by Mainsail — Planetule, dam of Blun derer) and a four-year-old unnamed, untrained, and untried, brother to Hayftiaker. Unlike his f turdy 1Mb brother, the latter is . a horse of immense size, standing close on 1 71. hands. He at present carries a very unattractive appearance, and 'like most of the Murray bred horse's, he has very large hoofs. Qld_ Sfck's temper has not improved during his long holiday, and Mr Whitty had a trying time with him during the railway journey from Echuca. He' got down in the box no...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Letter from the Front. TROOPER PHIL. BAYLISS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

LctUr from the Front. TitDOl'KIt PHIL. UAVLISS. Mr P. B..vli** li ?« hnnded us fur pub Ilca i-m th«' following letter which he r«crivud fr°m lli8 8oni Tti1'P«'1 P*'1- IJarliw, Iwt w.ek. Tbo loiter in written frori Pretoria, and bo .rs thu date of No ffeml/or2i-J : — Vnu will bo surprised to heir that we are M Pn-tnrm. Wo got orders one night at Klerksdrop to be ready to HUirt nert miirniic by train Wu were the last squadron to leave. Wo leK about 8 o'clock at niitht, travelled nil night and arrived at diylireak the next morning, and ciin|nd about 10 miles out of P u turiBRta place called Eerste-Falrbken, which moans ' first factory.' At five o'clock next morning a start was made for Diamond Hills, and we were then in formed that 1 he reason we came in such a hurry for was to go out and take a pom pom ilial the Boers had oaptured from the Victoiians. We ioinod Thompson's column at about 11 o'clock that duy — the Boera had driven him back the day be fore. Our Ooluncl Williams took ove...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAY HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

HAY HOSPITAL. At the monthly meeting of the com mittee of the Hay Hospital two hand some cheques were received as bequests, viz., £200 from Mr Albert Tyson on behalf of his late brother Me Arthur Tyson ; and £260 16s 9d from Mr W. H. Barber, executor of the estate of the late Mr A. J. Wyllie. A sum of £118 14s 5d had been previously handed to the Treasurer in the latter estate. Considerable discussion took place on a motion that the property bequeathed to the Hospital by the late Mr Maurice Parker be disposed of, but the motion was negatived by a large majority.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

The npoech delivered by the Priuec of Wales at tho Guildhall luncheon is favorably commented on, and the Agents General for the vinous colonies are hope ful that his advioe to British merchants, to ' wake up,' if they wished to retuin ie colonial trade will have a good effect Sir Horace Tozer, AgentrGeneral for Queensland, in a newspaper interview, cinpliBsised tbe mearia adopted by the United States Government for the direct ud active promotion of American trade.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SMART CAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

A SMABT CAPTUHI3. About midday on Saturday word was received from Deniliquin (says the liendigo ' Advertiser ') by tbe local police tb*at a lad named Edward Thomas Watson. 17 years of age, for whoso arrest a warrant had been issued, was supposed to bo in Beudigo. Tho telegram also contained a descrip tion of tho lad. About 2 o'clock on Saturday afternoon the wire was handed to Detective Wilson, whq. immediately commenced inquiries. About throe o'clock the detective waa standing on tho electric railway plat form in the Exhibition, and as tho car drew up bo noticed a youth on tho front seat who, in many respects, answered tho description of the lad for whom ho was searching The boy purchased a ticket for another ride, and Detective Wilson, with a view of questioning him, also jumped on the ?Jar. In conversation with the detec tive the lad admitted that be only arrived in Bendigo on the previous evening. Detective Wilson then said ' Your name is Edward Watson ?' The youth appeared grea...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tragedy In the City of Sydney. A SOLICITOR SHOT BY HIS CLIENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

Tragedy In the City of — Sydney. A SOLICITOR SHOT BY HIS CLIENT. On Friday morning, shortly before II o'clock (un ih* ' Daily Telegraph), Arthur Henry Moore, a tennis racquet maker, of Viutoria-aroade, shot William Henry Atkinson; managing clerk for Mr K B. Abigail, aolioitor, in hi' office, in filiubeth ?treet, and immediately afterwards com mitted auioide by shooting himself through the heart. Atkinson was shot, through the body, both in the r.ghl and left breaals, and is at present in the hospital. One bullot was easily extracted, but the other was not located intil late in the afternoon, when Dr. L Herschel Harris, of Msoqiiarie-strcet, made an examination with the X rays. The bu'let was found beneath the chest surface on the right side, ami little difficulty was then experienced in extracting it. The operation was performed by Dr. Piaschi. There was apparently no snfGcienl motive for the crime. Moore was one of Atkinson's clients, and they were until Friday on the best of terms...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Murderer Hanged. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

A Murderer Hanged. David Alexander Brown was execrated in the Boggo Road gaol, Brisbane, on Monday, for the murder of Mr David Haygarth, at Charters Towers, some . months «go. The condemned man was 55 years of age, and weighed lOst. Before the cap was adjusted Brown made a statement, only part' of which could be heard. He attributed the act to drink. He said that he had several drinks before he went to the meeting at which he fired the fatal shot, and that the diecusBien whicH took place influenced the act a good deal. Continuing, Brown ex pressed penitence for the crime, and prayed God to have mercy on his ohildren, both in this and the future world. The cap was then adjusted, and the drop took plaoe. Death was instantaneous. The body was allowed to bang for 10 minutes, and it was then lowered into the coffin. When the body was being placed in the coffin blood was found to bo flowing from the deoeas'd's mouth. This was attributed to s, hullet wound in the mouth, whioh Brown infliot...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VEN. ARCHDEACON HOLT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

THE YEN. AKCHDEACON EOLT. The jnany friends of the Ven. Archdeacon Holt, incumbent of St. Paul's Church for the past 18 years, will regiet to hear that he has ten dered hi6 resignation to tbe Parochial Council) It is the rev. gentlemen s intention to leave Deniliquin at an early date for Warwick (Queensland), where bis son, Dr. Holt, is practising his profession.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIRTHDAY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

BIBTHBA-Y EiXHKGj CLUB. A meeting of members of the above Club was hold ^t the Federal Hotel on Wednesday evening, when the follow ing programme was adopted for tho Club's race meeting on Anniversary Day, Monday, January 27, 1902 : — Trial Handicap. £5, 6 furlongs; Anniversary Handicap, £15, one mile ; Time Handicap Trot, £5, about two miles ; Weltur Handicap, £7, six fur longs ; Hack Bace, £3, six furlongs ; Flying Handicap, £10 ; six furlongs. Mr Geo. Worecroft was appointed handicapper. Mr John Geraghty was elected Presilent for the ensuing year, Messrs P. Fleming and P. W. Maher vico-Presideits, Mr W. King hon. Treasurer, Mr A. T. Jones bon. sec, Mr E. W. ilann judge, and Mr Geo. Heriot starbr.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A COMING SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

A COMING SHOT. Curing the shooting for the Leetham Trophy at the meeting of the Gun Club on Saturday, Mr Leetham allowed his son, a lad about 12 years old, to have a shot. The layers of odds offered to take two to one ' not at all,' and it looked like picking up money as the bird left the trap. The lad seemed to be slow at sighting, and the bird had almost reached the boundary when the trigger was pulled, but it got no further, and the referee called ' dead bird' amidst rounds of applause from the onlookers. The shot was regarded somewhat as a fluke, but his next shot was even a better one than the first, and there is little doubt that the lad will be hard to beat in matches in the near future.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

i' AUSTRALIAN NATIVES1 AS SOCIATION. The regular fortnightly meeting of the local branch of the Australian Natives' ? Association was held on Monday evening hist, when all the officers were present with the exception of throe. Mr W. Eames was elected a member of the Association, and Messrs Jas. Emry and A. Ferguson were pro posed, and subject to medical certifi cate will be elected at next meeting. The correspondence was unimportant. An interesting .debate took place on the minimum wage, Bro. Wallace taking the affirmative and Bro. H. L. Jones the negative. We have been requested to state that the half-yearly meeting of the Association will be held on Mon day cvoning, 28rd instant, when the offioe-bearers for. the ensuing sis months will be elected. All members are requested to attend.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New Hebrides. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

The New Hebrides. A 1.11 i-mti.in, reprcscntativo of the IV liy!.'i'i;in Church at Australia, W11iti.i| npon tho federal Premier last w|,li anil urf/od upon him the Iigcop sityfnr inci'Piised vigilance with regard I,,' IVcncli nRBresaion in the New i'i..i.ri.h.-i. Mr narner. M.P.. who in troiluccd tho deputation pointed out tlmt a French resident had lately been an'pnitiled for tho islands and that the ininrission created on the minds of Hi., natives hy this and similar acts of Krone' aggrandizement was to cause them to Iosq coufidence in the British Government and the Commonwealth nf Australia as their natural protectors. Tho deputation felt, said Mr Harper, that tho question had now reached such ft stage that it was absolutely ihmsfirous to leave it without further action being taken. Mr Piarton, in the course of his reply, delivered a series of statements which , it is not too much to say, if male public some time ago, would havo allayed much of the anxiety and misapprehension th...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

JOHN ADAM, Tobacconist, Newspaper & News Ajrent, NAPIER STU12ET, DENILIQUIN. 'II 111! tlcfcrec, Sunilny Times, Arrow, L S|mri iiii: .lurlKC, Truili, W.irfcur, llnwk let. Dcnili'iuin lnd|ieen.lcut. Wiu.lsor Magn 7.ino, H(irnr«ui.i(li k MnL'ny.im-, Pictorial Mii^nKiin.1. CnsBcll's New 'i'euny Mngnxine, Cbiirlni! Cross Mngiwiue. UnsBoU'a Nnlurdny .loui.iiil. AuBirulian Journal, AiiRtralinn Hp'c Joiirn»l, Wcl.lonV Jloinlily, Jjcach'e Dressmaker Itattlu .Smoke, Union Jack, Detective TaleR. Over Lnml un.l Soa, Hoys' Firalllnte Library, Buffalo lllll'e Library, llcirt R linsc Library, True lllno War Llb iniy, IlhisUiilcd Hits, Sketchy Hits, Tit Bits, Ally Kloper, Kcrnps, Siinp Hliots, Answer*. Pearson's Weekly, Oignretlc, l'holo Bits, lllnetr.fted U])-io.Dnte, Hoys' Up-lo-Daiu Kuvclcllc, Aldino H. Holiday, Chrhtlnn Herald, Ohrislinn Hodget, 1'olice Budget. World's Comic, Comic Cute, Oomic Life. Colored Comic, llluslrntcd Chips, l'ick-*)» Up, M.A.P., fiiiare Motnouta, Niiggcts, Funn...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15,1901. Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

CHURCH NOTICES. 1 Sundat, Deokmdeb 15, 1901. .,j Wedetmn. :1 Deniliquin. 11 a.m., hy Mr B. ». j cett ; and 7-30 p.m. ! Momgo, U»'J ana Pretty Pine, 3 p.m., by the B»»J S. J. Harding. 1 Presbyterian. j On Sunday ie*t at CtajBPj. J roorfling : Tholobin in therftwTJtwjj Deniliquin in the evening, by tne w j Welsh. I Church of England _3 Third Sunday in Advent- i-j'^ qutn, morning at 8 and U 'TjujJ evening at 7.30 p.m. ; »nd.Mi in the afternoon ; December W». * gJ in the evening; December W ^ Everitfs, afiernuon; IXefflW H Haratta, evening; Wf^ftJ Murgha, evening ; December W,^» | b-D, evening; December 20, »* | inB- . ? I ' Tbe London wool -If con'!f. &«? Amongst last week's sales were jjjJM 8|dj Wanganella, 8gd; osd w W 9jd. .JiiflM W. Martin still further \«^| #M betting market for the ^ « Race (^Wednesday, **h*£» \ JM against him being 6 to 4. »£,,« the slightest disposition tobad . -« rider in tho race, but M. W« «? :« nally second favourite. -dH^B . Drama the month of' ^fl...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY COLLEGE OF MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

SYDNEY COLLEGE OF MUSIC. The following are the results (says the 'Hay Grazier') of the examina tion in theory of music conducted at the Hay centre in October last: — Primarv Grade. — Honors: Eileen Marv Bance, Nellie Duffy, Mabel Johnston. ' Intermediate Grade. — Pass : Kathleen Hoare. The above candidates were prepared at the Presentation Convent, Huy. [Miss Bance and Miss Hoare wort, born in Deniliquin. — Ed. I.]

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Austral Wheel Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 December 1901

The Austral Wheel Race.] ? ^ ? i Subjoined are the names and UandicapEOlj the riders who have qualified to iiibin tb final heat of tbe Austral Wheel race, mA is to be run next Saturday afomoon- 1 W. Martin ? «'? F. S. Beaucbamp ? ™ j G. R. Morgan ? ?' 1 E.F. Wijtseh ? ™ D. J. Walker ? * B. W. Lewis ? 1J A. A. Middleton ? 'J fl D.Sheehan ? }' J B.Came:on ? -I j A. O. Middleton ? ™ 1 B. W.DavieB ? 2 j F. H. Orford ? - Z 1 M. Lewis ? ?' Zi I F. Smith.. ? ??:£« | D. M. Finlayson ? 2s I J.T.Scott ? -W i

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