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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

Two Years' Indigestion and 'Biliousness* DRIVEN~AWAY Like Grass Before the Breeze. The Case of MBS. KATE McMURRAY. (Reported hy our Special.) In spite of all complaints to the contrary, Australians have a climate to be thankful for ; the genoral health of our people com pares favourably with that of any other country, yet we , do have our national troubles, and there is no doubt thn Austral sun Beriously affects the . Austral liver, and that disease of that vital organ is increas ingly prevalent. But aB a remedy is at hand, a remedy with a mass of unimpeach able testimony in ite favour never before acquired by any speoifio in the world, the outlook Is not so dismal as it might seem. No one is more confirmed In the truth of the foregoing statement than Mrs. Kate McMurray, of 123 Coventry-Btreet, South Melbourne, whose experience is only another confirmation of an oft told tale. Mrs. McMurray said : — ' I wan elck for two years with indigestion and biliousness I think It arose largely...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MARRIED MAN'S MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

? -o ? A MARRIED MANS MUSINGS. Probably almost any woman could harness a horse quicker than net husband could dress the baby. The grass widow is always miun, : to make hay while the sun shines. : Some women iindit hard to deed I whether to stay single^ j break the hearts of a whole to « men, or get married and break * pocketbook of just one. Every woman has a differen' ~f u™, oiroi-vtVii'np- a man does aw* be done. ..h . Most men can get along* cross mother-in-law if they l»e rich father-in-law. ,,11 Some wives aim to «et a goo ' on their husband's hearts, and aw on their hair. , .« People talk about the 'usdea* of tears.' A good crying spj* often produce a sealskin cape » new hat, and nearly ever mfe'* 'Despite the microbes, mod jg. are willing to accept kisses at' face value. , $&' Married men are the majority. , _i,. «a5 SorJ women think the cfflhjg to fight Father Time* with a* ; less powder. . „ -tWl The « still small voice s^ the married man who ^sffTji. to his friends...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mrs Roosevelt's Economy [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

Mrs Roosevelt's Economy Mr Roosevelt (wife of llic Ameri can President) has erirred up debate in many a household by announcing that she has never hitherto spent more on dress than 3oodol. a year, and hopes Jo keep within the same limits during her reign at the White House. This is the more significant because she has a handsome fortune of her own. Mrs President Hayes probably spenteven less than 30odol. Some President's wives have spent more than 20 times as much. Mrs Roosevelt explained that she began life as a matron with an ample ward robe and a goodly store of lace in herited from her materual grand mother, who was a Englishwoman, and that her evening gowns, after lasting three and sometimes five years, have been remade into waists or dressing sashues. Other details of the same prosiac kind have been given. Of course, the purpose of all this is to make it clear that the extravagance in costumes which is a crying scandal at Newport and New York city will not be tolerated at Whit...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

PITT AND BRIDGE STREETS.SY Advertising Expert* Utt£ff and Telegraphic AJfeni* 1 Publishers, fcl-- j Tel. 817. ^BLUETT,*-* PRINTED IN NHW SOUril «'**

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

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Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Politcial Vacation. PARTING FELICITATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

The Politcial Vacation. PARTI NQ FELICITATIONS. In moving the adjournment of Uie 'As nemiily on Thursday night last week, Uie Premier, Mr See, said ho desired to express to nicmliers bin appreciation of the kindncu which tho Government had rcoeivod at thoir hands. ('Hear, hoar.') It had been a noUblo sennion, (during which many measures hod been passed for which the country has been asking for years. Tho most important of those measures was the Industrial Arbitration Bill. ('Hoar, hear.') Speaking a- an employer of labor himBolf, ho was very glad to think that the barbar ous iiyslcm of lockout and strike waB to be superseded by a system of reasonable ad judication. (' Hear, hear.') He quite be lieved I hut the Ltime Lwa9 not far distant when it would be copied by every civilised nation. Another moasuro of great import ance was the Western Lands Bill, which would afford much-needed relief to a worthy class of settlers, who, in a very real senBO, had rjorno the heat and burden of the ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Magistrates and Sectarianism. THE BATHURST CASE REVIVIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

Magistrates and Sectar ianism. THK BATHURSt CASK RKVIVB1). At a Kprcial^moeling ot magistrates at Batburxt recently to reviso the jury list, be tween 40 and 60 wero present. Prior to tho Court opening, the niagi«lraU», in com plianco with notices iBsued, met to disouss ocvcral queslious affecting the bench of magistrates in Balhurat. At this meeting the chair was occupied by Mr BonjMnin Culler, one of tho senior juslicos. One of the questions dealt with bore upon tho remarks of the police magistrate, Mr N. C. O'Neill, at a recont coremony at the Roman Catholio oomctery when ho used language which it had been asBcrted was in sulting to tho Protestant community, and afterwards, when cnlled'upon by the At torney-General ior a reply, adopted language considered by tho Protestant magistrates to be insulting to them, alleging that masked intolerance had been usod to prevent his coming to Bathurst. Mr E. T. Webb moved, and Mr James SimmonB seconded— ' That Mr O'Neill's action in Btirring u...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The English Cricket Team [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

The English Cricket Team ? . ?? — ♦ ? The English cricketers commenced a match yesterday against a Bendigo United Club ; and on Wednesday the seoood test matoh starts in Melbourne. The following are the remaining fixtures of tho tour :— January 1-6: Second tost match, MeK bourne. January 89 : Stawell Club, Stawell. January 10-11 : Ballarat Club, BaUarat. ? , January 16-20: Third test matoh, Ade laide. January 24-27 : Countryteam, Melbourne. i/f0^ f to PenraaryS: New South Wales {No. 2 match), Sydney February 7-8: BatWat {visit Mount ?Victoria or K&toomba.) February 14-19 : Fourth test match, pyaney. February 22-26 : Victoria (No. 2 match), Melbourne. March 1-5: Fifth test match, Melbourne. March 11-12: Barrier Ranges Cricket . Association, Broken' Bill. March 14-19: South Australia (No. 2 jnatch), Adelaide.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Commonwealth. VIEWS OF THE "TIMES" CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

The Commonwealth. . VIEWS OF THE ' TIMES': CORRESPONDENT. In an article in which he reviews the tour of the Prince ^nd Princess of Wales, the special correspondent of the London 'Times' who ac companied their Royal Highnesses wrote :— ' All is not plain sailing in Australia, New Zealand, or Canada —still' less in, Africa. The very mention of Australasia' recalls to memory a scare of problems, of labour, tariffs, kanakas, naval de fence, and — it really must be added —of corruption in politics, which must be faced and solved some day ; and there are similar, but not idep- tical, problems in Canada. But m Australasia and in Canada alike the heart of the Empire is sound, the Imperial feeling is very strong, and the future is full of hope. In Aus tralia, at any rate, federation has already begun to do its beneficent work of widening the minds of men and of teaching them to be tolerant of one another. Australia's states men, men of strong wills and minds, and of still stronger bodies, ha...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket Notes TRADES v. DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

Cricket Notes TRADES v. DKKIUQ.UIN. The natch between Uio above teams, whloh oommeuood on the previous Saturday wm oonoludedon Saturday laat»nd resulted in a win for the Trades on Urn first innings by 37 rum. Light rain fell during and also in tho afternoon, but bad little or no effect on Oie pitch. Shortly after throe o'clock Leethamand Fordham, thenot-out battmeu on the previous Saturday, continued Denlliquin's innings, but Fordham was dismissed by Brigge without scor ing. . The Innings closod for 110 runs— or 37 behind the Trades. Jack Leetham, who was not-out With 28 tc his credit, pleyed a good game of cricket, and without doubt it was owing to his batting that Deniliquin scored what they did. The Trades in their second innings were all disposed of for 87. MorrU and Allibon (as in tho first inningii) scored well, making 20 and 23 respectively. Win rtanley also batted well for 18. The follow are the full scores :— TRADES— First Innines. W. Morris, b Leetham ? 41 F. Leethamrb Ral...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAILS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

HAILS ARRIVE. Mathoura, Mpama, Albury, Echuca, Ben digo, Adelaide, Broken Hill, Melbourne; Daily (Sundays exoepted), 10.20 a.m. Hobart, Launoeston, Bluff (N.Z.), Days following arrival) in Melbourne. London, Days following arrival in Mel ijQurqc. .

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE INDEPENDENTS Post Office Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

THE INDEPENDENTS Post Office Time Table. We trust, the readers of tho Den&iqui Independent will find the following time table useful. Cut this out and paste it up in your office for reference : — MAILS CLOSE. Southdown, Mathoura, Moama, Eehoa and Bendigo, Daily, 7.50 a.m. (Sundays ex cepted.) . ? Hill Plain, Mathonra, Moira, Navarino, aloama, Bohuoa, T.P.O. (Vic), Bendigo, Melbourne,- 41bury, Broken Hill, Adelaide, Daily, 12.20 p.m. (Sundays exoepted). Hobart (Tas.), Launoeston, Dunedin (N.Z.), Noon, days previous to departure (rom Melbourne. London, Tuesdays, noon. Tocumwal (via Aratula), Thursd and Sundays, 9.30 p.m. Finley, Thursdays and Sundays,' 10.30 a.m. Cochrane Creek (via Cobran, etc.), Satur days, 8 a.m. Cochrane Creek (via Daly's, Faulk's, cto.) Wednesdays and Saturdays, 8 a.m. Morago, Meulamein, Wentwortb, Tues days and Fridays, 5.30 p.m. Conargo, ' Jerilderie, Urana, Travelling P.O., Sydney, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 6.30 p.m. Hay, Pretty Pine, Wanganella...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNFIT FOR PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

UNFIT FOR PUBLICATION. Mrs. A.: 'But can't the dear little thing's father suggest some name?' Mrs. B. : ?' Yes ; every night his father calls him a new name, but I'm afraid none of them would do.' ? o ? Captain : It took three hours for our parade to pass a given point. Mrs. Captain : Was the given point a pub.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

LOOK AT THIS ! Special Prices to Cash Buyers : h n. ItOLI.EnFLOUlt(SlraUonOl-»bag 12 6 1A SUGAR, ?Olbbag ? IB 9 HOLimOOK'S 8A0CK ? 0 JO CONDKN.SCn MJI.S ? 0 7 JAM, 21b tins * ? 0 7 JAM. Ciblins ? 1 6 DATES (new ti uit) per lli ? 0 6 O.K. TOMATO SA DOB ? 0 C BISCUITS, per 1b ? 0 -i WHITE STARCH (Oolnmns) ... 0 0 WHITE 6TAUCH (Silver Slar) ... 0 5 SOAP, liouEchold, large bars ... 0 0 SOA1' (JIagic) ? 0 C LOBSTKRS ... ? 1 2 SALMON ? 0 10 SARDINES ? 0 B FEESH HEBRINGS ? 0 7 CDI5IUNT8, new fruit ? 0 fi KAISINS, new fruit ? 0 C COUNSACKS, per doc. ? 5 9 All Goods at the lowest prices for CASH with Order. Butter ana Eggs WANTED, Highest Price Given. W. B. POLLARD, BAKEU, GROCER, AND PRODUCE MERCHANT, Cressy- street, Deniliquin. CYCLE AGENCY. H. JAMESON. H JAMESON, deaires to inform Cyclists ? and (be Public generally that he has opened a Cycle Agency in— Cressy Street, Deniliquin, Fully equipped with all accessories and sundries, — REPAIRS. — To this department special attention will ba pa...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE MOONLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

»N TlHi MOOM.HiHT. IIKISTM \S l.w ;iml ihey weic -ittin^ , in :he lnmn !i;,'!it -nut so very n'.-.ir, and 11 -jl so very f;n apart. Silence was only broken by the dis tant clacking of a woman's tongue. She liarl found her fate, ami lie, porir follow, knew it. . », Sidney,' sighed the fair girl. 'Yes, Dora,' lie answered softly. 'It's terribly lonely here,' she said. ' Isn't it ?' said he. ' 1 i-:el quite frightened,' she murmur.'d ; ' and would you mind feeling il there is a spider on my back.' 'Dora,' he said hoarsely, 'I cannot affect to misunderstand, you. I seem, cold to-night. 1 have not embraced the opportunity as it were; but it is not coldness. J regret that 1 was tempted to eat onions at dinner, and ? ' ' Oh, Sidney! so did I,' said the beautiful girl joyfully ; and then four lips met, and two hearts, etcetera, as per usual.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

— DENIUQUIN - Birthday Racing Club (UeptHcrcd under A.J.C. Itulus.) ANNUAL MEETING. AlONbAY, 27th JANUARY, 1902 I'ROUUAMMK: TRIAL nAN'DlCAl', of f. sovs J)Wonee. six TurliMiys. For nil Iwrses (lint Imve never won a Itnce of over llic value of JCln. Knlnincc. 5i. ANKIVKK-SAUV HANDICAP, of IS sovs. Second horse to receive 3 aovs. from (be Stake. Distance, one mile. The ? ?winner of any Handicap Flat Knee after declaration of weights to carry 711)6 penally ; two or more encli races lOlbs penalty. Nomination, 7e 6d ; accept ance, 7s Cd. TIME HANDICAP TROT, of 5 sovs. Open to all horses owned and kept within n Tadius oE ten miles fiom the Deniliquin Post Office, and must be the bona-fidc property of the nominator tor at least two months prior to day of races. Distance, about two miles. Weight not less than lOst 71h for riders ; list if driven ; Ponies 14 hands and under to carry 9st. Nomination, 5s. WELTER HANDICAP, of 7 bovs. DIs tance, six furlongB, Minimum weight, 9st. Same conditions...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WRATH TURNED AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

WRATH TURNED AWAY. ' Why did you place such a tough fowl before me ?' asked the indignant lady patron in a restaurant. ?' Age before beauty always, you know, madam,' was the gallant reply. And then, woman-like, she smiled, and paid her bill without a murmur.—

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Convent Schools. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

The Convent Schools. — — ?♦ . . — MBT&IItUriON OF PIUZKS. On Friday )ul Uio midobI diilributfnn at pritM to the children tltan-liitg the nbovu nahools ni held in tho Convent School room. The following in Uio pritc list. limn School Good oondaol (Silver Medal)— Mis* Lirr.ic Ho»lv. Sposial prito(Gold Croan) proHODtod liy Mr F. I*. Shuw to Miss Baoc Hrophy for hor porformaoco at concert. Regular attendance (prcBonlcd by Mr K' Sparrow)— Mias Caldwoll. Mueio (Silver Modal)— Misses N. Fagan and G. Culdwcll, rcoeivod modala on former ocoasions, Missos Bftbo Brophy, T. and 1'. Sparrow, M. and II. NaugliLon. Frenoh— Miss Liizlc Ue&ly and Miss Kilty Murphy. Needlework— Misses Gcorgina. Caldwdl, C. Michaol, Tiny Sparrow And K. Murphy. Homo Exerctso (presented by Mr 0. Oillospio)— MisBoa M. Naughton, V. Spar row, G. Caldweli and 6. QibBon. Drawing and Painliug — Misses L. Hcaly, N. Fagan, T. Sparrow, F. Sparrow, C. Brophy and K. Murphy. Catechism— MiBscaB. Brophy, K. Flolchor an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE REASON WHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

? o ? THE REASON WHY. Auntie: Do you like school, Tommy ? Tommy : I like Sunday-school best. Auntie: That's a good little boy. And why do you liku Sunday-school best ? Tommy : 'Cause it only comes once a week.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 December 1901

Marvellous & Astonishing Success OK oil It CASH DRAPER Y £ MENS' CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. ? . — x ? . ? Owing to a great expansion of trade, and the purchase of Macfarlane's Stock, Pall Mall, Bendigo, we sold out our Ironmongery Section to Messrs Castles' Bros. We have secured those large and commodious premises KNOWN AS JOHNSTON and FOX'S. ? -?-'« .'.- - t ? . ?' ? ? i. vj ^1, ? . . We tried fiard jtbgel in somewhere at the Napier-street; End; but our competitors objected. They were positively afraid. Our prices paralyse them with fear. Why do the other Drapery Firms dislike the com. parisons. Because we protect the public from exorbitant charges; Because we originated low prices in the Drapery trade. Because we would rather sell Drapery at two and a half, than Fencing Wire and Roof Iron, and keep a horse and cart, &c, to deliver same. One Fossilized Firm circulated a rumour that we went bung. Other Firms have circulated disparaging and damaging statements. Don't believ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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