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A Resume. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
A Resume. In tliis otir opoping issuo of tho now v,.ar, it ib not inappropriate, perhaps, io ruviow — nocussarily, with hoato and ioiiu'whiit cursorily — the changes and .ho progress of tho past twelvo months, a poriod tho most impressive in the uniials of our own continent and not lacking in importance in ino nistorj ol tlm world. And firstly, both by reason of tboir influence upon tho destinies of tlw nations, and because thoy afford a siiiiablo basis from which to start our short ; review, wo will touch upon tho ilrns'.io happenings that the first year of the contury has witnessed. In tho death of Queon Victoria, the Good, tho year 1901 opened with a sorrow that was felt by every subject of tho Empire as almost a personal loss. It is probable that the death of no ruler of any time or of any history created such a true and unanimous sentiment of sadness as that of her who eat upon tho throne of England for over sixty years. Those 3ixty years marked a period of advancement on moral...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
JOHN ADAM, Tobacconist, Ncwspopir & News Aeent, NAl'IKU STltliKT, DENILIQUIN *pilli lt.!f..ioi-, Sun.li' Time*. Arr..i' 1 .S|.|,riiui; .IiMko. liutli, Worker. Ilnwi. ki. lieiiili'inin liidpi-umlvut, Wiiidaoi Mn ?» tine, llnrni-worili k Mnunrino, I'icior.i Mnvniiiii.. Ciisvlfii New iViniy Miipa7.ii' ClirtrniJ Cnw- Mni;ar.inr, CnsMill's Snluni;i. .1. .111,111!, f\iHtmlmii .liiurinl. Aunt ml ii' llr-in Jimrnnl. VVel.lnn'« Monthly. !/.?«...: lin~sui:il.rr llaltlu Hinokc, Union Ji.l-I IirIiksHvu Tnl.M, Over Land nn.l Sea, lio.v. l'ir^i itute 1. Hilary, llullulo IliliV Lilirnrv Ili-.rl n ICiisi! Lilmiry, Tine llliiu Wnr l.n. ? (II ? , ? ?.,.! lilt ., t-l._.J«.1... ll.*4n 'I'il It II . Ally SIii|h.t. Sc.tnpH, Simp .Sholn, AnBWCi. l'l-.i'itMii's Weekly, CHe.tn.-lla, l'liolo Hit1 Illii4ir:il.:d Up-tn-Dnte, Moyu' Up-to-Hii' N'.ivolull--, Aidt'nu II. Holiday, (Jhrisl.ini: Humid, (;iiri»tian Hiidgct, Tolice Iludpi-i WhiIM'k Coiiiic. Comic Oulu, Comic Li IV I'niiim! ('omie, Illiisliatpd ...
SCHOOL AT WANDOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
SCHOOL AT WANDO0K. Sometime ago representations were made to the member for the district by residents oqWandook for the establish ment of a Provisional School at that nlace. Mr JE vans ._ waited upon the Minister, and from a communication received-frain him during the week his efforts' have been successful, and steps will betaken by the* Department of Public Instruction to at once erect the necessary building.
Items of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
-Items of News. 9 ? . — r ? ? On ... Tuesday last a telegram reached Deniliquin that Mrs Wilkin son, mle of retired Judge W. H. WilkinspiQjjvv^lied at her residence, 'HereftfraUbiKjer^aiofeoj Sydnoy, that morning... wThe deceased lady was the mother ofiMr H. L. Wilkinson of this town.s^and; Mr E. W. Wilkinson, solicitor otTHay. Mr Wilkinson, who went to Sydney to see his mother, will returnjto Deniliquin this morning (Friday)..'
The Western Lands Commission. REGULATIONS APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
li 3^i| Western Lands ^ liiffi%Li'®pS:S : APPROVED. ' v'Th^iSSoVa-nment -jluw approved of the reg(-Ia$pnS;Ji-under tho .'Western Lands Commission,! and they will bo gazetted shortly. . 'S± Thej-proceBure laid down is practically that^f-aJJMil Board. ; Any.paTrtyJnay be represented by barris ter, ISolfeitbri or agent, but in any case in whicha' jJSrtV desires to be heard by any soHeitbri^njiiistrument in writing, duly appointirigiittlch attorney or agent and dcfiniiigUhe limits of his authority, if any, to bind such i-|jarty in respect of the giving of coasents aid the making of submissioiiB and' comproniiBCS, shall be filed with the papers in tlie|ca?c. ... -The^niori^agec must within one month from the datl of application to come under the provisions of this Act forward a copy of such application to the holder of the equity of redemption on or since August 11, 19C0, and muat.iprbduce lo the commissiomrs evidenoe tint reasonable efforts have betn taken witbini Hie period abbvcmciiti...
THE DECEMBER RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
THE DECEMBER RAINFALL. As will be seen from Mr Russell's sum mary of the lainfall in New South Wales for the list nonth of the old year, Decem ber, IftOl, h::s passed into weather history us one of the driest months on iietar.d. .With .o'few trifling exceptions, it may he said that tho whole western half of the State was rainless, and in the eastern half the full nas, altogether below a DncBnibor average. Not a recording station through out the length and breadth of the State was able to report a normal rainfall, and, ae will be observed from the Government Astro nomeif« report, the deficiency varied from 50to:J00 per cent. Taking the Kiverina dislric'ls, Hay had but 20 points, Wagga only 41 points,- Deniliquin 14. The south eastern districts received less than half an jnchi-j- ' ^ilr/Ijtoseell says : — ' On the coast south from Sydney the rainfall was from 68 lo 100 par ceilt. below the average ; at and about Sydney, from 79 to 96 per cent.; Iluutor Jttiv-eiyalley, from 2 to 90 per...
Tocumwal Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
Tocumwal Races. Tho minuil moetine of the Tocumwal l-aco Club held on Now Vear's- Day was largoly attended, there being between JtiiiO anil 1S00 people present. Tho fields were small in most of the events but the racinc very interesting. Results :— Border Handicap, of 15 sove. Seven fur longs.— Ruby, 9.0, 1 ; Surplus, 7.0, ' ? Toiieli-me-jiot, 7.7, 3. Won by three lengths. Time, lmin. 31 4-5secs. JSiaiaen l'lalc, ot 8 sovs. Six furlonm - Hope, S.ll, 1 ; Musician, 8.11, 2 ; Dallot Girl, S.ll, 3. ' Hope storied favorite and won by two lengths in lmin. 20 2-5sces. Tocumwal Handicap, of 30 sovs. Xinc furlongs.— Bruoe, 8.0, 1; Dazzle, S4 2 No othor starters. W03 easily by four lengths. Time, 2min 4 1.5socs. Handicap Triai Stakes, of 12sovs Six furlongs.— Greystec), 9.0, 1 ; Transvaal 7.9,2; Merry March, 8.10,3. Won bv a short half-longth. Time, lmin. 19secs Prcsideut'8 Stakes, of IS uovs. One mile. — Daxelc, 11.4, 1 ; Miss Tell, 0 7 o . TI14. Jow, 97, 3. AVon easily. ' ' The Temptation S...
Deniliquin Local Land Board. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28. (Before Messrs F. A. Trollope, D. Te[?]ant and C.B. Opitz, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
Deniliquin Local Land Board. Tuesday, Januatiy 2'-. (Before Messrs F. A. Trollopc, D. Tmr.jnt and C. B. Opitz, J's.l'. Tho following is a list of cases Fit ilo'.vn for hearing at the Locil Lind 15o.ini, coni luenciug on Tiicsduy, 23th January. A. S. Hamilton, 303J acres. For con Gidcration. - C. fclacaulay, SISJ norcs. Ditto. II, Maeaulay, 2921 acren. Ditto. ..fDftwd il'Lareii ficnr.,300 acre', liil'.o. John Stokos, c.p., 8J acrea. Ditto. Tbomas Basset., SOJ acres. Apprsisement of -imprpvemonli James Priest, IJ30J acres. Appraisement of improvements, also as lo fulfilment of conditions. Wednesday, Jasuaet 29. Rcrorvo, Parish of licnicc. County of Wakool. Klizaboth K. Davies, 500 acres. King barking application. Murdoch Maeaulay, lS82acic?. Suspen sion of residence. -li rasper ISlnssage, 2790 acres. For pcrn.iasion to agistcr stock. James Malone, )2S0 acres, scetion 10. Inquiries as to fulfilment of conditions. ?tohii Gissidy. -S4 acres. Ditto. Ditto. ?lolm Gibson'. 4S0 acres. Ditto....
Morago Annual Race Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
Mora go Annual Race Meeting:. Hwlw— Mr 1'. Cm«t^ ,lurtgfl— Mr .1. Ann«tioti|!. C'li-rk nf Scaloa — Mcmni A. !-il\ . aii'l -i. Miilillrnims. 8l«ward--~ Ni.-'-rsO. Mi.iilli-mlCT, A. Italy. 1. Kvariii, A. ]lv t;nii, A.U. itimbill, ninl-;. Tllid.lt' - iiiinb. llimliripperB'— Mo» iti 1. Kveritt, I1. Ortnve, niitl .1. ArmMrong. t'lerk of Hi'1 tjimrf-B— Mr .1. Cunningham. Hon. Secre tary— Mr 1. Krcritt. 'ihc nni'Unl race moctinR nf (he Morn:!' Club tut* held on tt'erineaday (Sew Yeai' D.iyJ- 1 iii-re wci« uearly 150 »isitorH -i-ini the Hirroumling station:, nnd DiiiiliijUin prcainl, tho crowd including a lar^c uuu-- her of Inilica. Though tin- fiuhis ivcroHmalla (?ouil -!eal of inlsrciit waR talsen in (lie racinc ilnniighoHt the da)-. The officials carrieu out their dulioa well, aud altogether the .laj'i' uporl. was one of the mo«l enjoyable held for several yearn pant. Following ar.: l! . ilolailfi of tbo racing : — Maiden Plate, £3, woifjht for oge ; Bix fii-long1!. Missing Link (Fitzmau...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
NOTES AND COMMENTS. ' M r C. B. Fry, who, it will be remem bered, declined to make one isf the side, has lieen writing in the ' Athletic News '. with reference to the English team. ' Some of the Australians,' he says, ' are indignant at tho criticism passed on MacLircn'p team as unrcpressntative. MacL:ircn's team is as representative as he coul.l make it, anil it is a fine side, but fully vqu-i'sentaiive it is not. lie has no reserve wicket-keeper of the first class, which is to my mind absurd, since the wicket-keeper is at once tho most likely man in a team tc be mcap.iciiatcd— one ballon the end of the thumb does it— and the most essential to replace adequately. He has, as far as I can see, only two bowlers who would have a chance of being selected for an English team over here, and these would both be reckoned change bowlers. His batting is certainly three or four short of being fully representative; but of this I do not take iiiuch count, since it is easy to choose two or three ...
The Second Test Match. [?]RPLIA WINS BY 229 RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
iiii; Second Test Match. , -ll:Al,IA WINS nv 220 JtUNS. Tim srciinl tut maiali was commenced in ?::'!. unie on Wcilnwijay (Mow Vonr'» p. ), i'Fjlenilid wekUior, but thiiwicknt ,. 'i.iriirit-!il through rain which fell ou til. jii i:vioun night, and good cricket was out , : :i.c ijiii-H'.ion, Mnolnren won the tons j ; Uuliiig. nml ficnt tbe home team in lo , i'l;-'. ihiuuga did not last two hour', 1.. '.'?.?li.iiiniiH being ditmisucil for 112 ,i:. Tlin Unglifilimen'a innings closed for 1.1. 1 (K-^npicila little over nn hour. At ,;,,', ,...nnf the day's play Australia had !„ i :. v. ;? kets for 48 runs. ' : ii,: In- nccoml nay (Thursday) tho wioket uv. r,iu-h improved, and tho Australian's si . :?:?. m Iiioh mood at (J for 48, was carried In ;j -i.i I--i' the loss of nine wickets, through Ih, Lin-, hitting of Hill and Duff, who made !)!! ;1m-1 71 0'1'' out) respectively. 'J'i.i' third day saw tljc completion of the At;-' inlinivs seeond innings for a total of M.-,:: mns. Duff scored 1...
Success. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
Success. That. 'Nothing sucoeods like sueoeuB,' applies to the Sydney Cyclorama, is a foot beyond dispute. When it is taken into account, that a record run of seven yeara can be claimed, well, there is but one con oluBion to be Arrived at — the entertainment must be- unique. Excellent eide-ehAws, frequently varied, are in themselves fully worth the shilling which admits to the entire combination; A late shipment from Paris of the most up-to-date films obtainable for the Cinematograph, inoludes a range of subjects entirely sew to Australian audi ences. These are undoubtedly the most interesting living pictures ever introduced - swimming and diving feats extraordinary, lasBoing wild buffaloes, mastering buck umpers, w'ater-Bboot-holiday-pastime (to loggan principle), hea\ily laden ' ships of the desert,' gymnastio antics, clowns' oapers, etc., besides many others affording intense amusement. Illusions, too, are not neglected in the way of change, and one in course of preparation, to b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
LOOK £ THIS ! Special Prices to Cash Buyers : K 1). KOLI.KKKLOUIlpcrbng ? ]?-' C 1A SCMAK. TOIbUif,' ? 15 U WOI.liUOOK'S KAUCK ? 0 10 ttOSIJKNSBU MIl.K ? 0 7 JAM, 21b tins ? () 7 ?I.U1, tilu (ins ? ] (; BATHS (new fruil) per 11» ? 0 -i O.K. TOMATO SAUCE ? 0 fl 111 SCU ITS, per Ib ? 0 e, WH1TK S'i'AUCH (Oolmaii b) ... 0 « WHITE Sl'AHCH (Silver Star) ... 0 B SOA I', household, largo bars ... 0 G SOAl'(Mngio) ? 0 0 LOBSTERS ... ? ? 1 2 SALMON ? 0 10 SAUDINBS ? ? 0 6 FKI5SH HEUUINGS ? 0 7 UUUKANTS, , now fruit ? 0 fi UAISINS, new fruit ? 0 C COnNSACKK,pcrdosi ? 5 y All Goods at the lowest prices for CASH with Order. W, B. POLLARD, l'.AKEK, GROCER, and PRODUCE MERCHANT, Cressy-street, Deniliquin. CYCLE AGENCY. H. JAMESON. HJAMKSON.iUiEiresto inform Cyclists ? and the Public generally that he has opened a C.vclc Agency in — Cressy Street, Deniliquin, Fully equipped with all accessories ami sundries. — REPAIRS, — To this department special attention will be paid and all repairs entrusted t...
The Ven. Archdeacon Holt. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
The Veil. Archdeacon Holt. On Tl.uri'lny misninp ??! i . s '? ' '''' «a« a Lire' MUMi'Uni-e -'. t ? ~ ??: Ui-- , nmn-li -i! Knehmi. nn-I -'.- : '' '; '' Sunilay ^-iif-ilti-'iin. «hr-. ' ' ?-????'?? -li,H-m H.ilU who i« i.- :? ? - I1' .!!'?.)???:» . iliin w-Tk. va» yiifri^f ?! ? V'r ' '' FovrrciBiii-. Mr i: .1.1,..- v , '.?- In mmiiiiiRllicpiiBwiliiiKiilli ' '' 1|tl '''?'i: tli-Mlin.j-|,.vlil^.ih-i-.i«i... ? 'M'; -''?. Bl lliin fBrpwdl Knilirrhi- ' ? ? '?}'''. (arllliflllic «nn Ilii' PfL- *?-?'?? '??' '?*'??' ? mid n?!-r*i«ry «l Hie rh' ?!' -??'?-' »' liretaomUiii frmsrkH hy ,- ? ---.i. - li.- !«? Hrrl in knowing dial tin- V.-, A..-li.'1-nmn limllieon minpHf-.l! K. re- '? i-r.r^- 'f 1 Hi' jiHriBh iiimusii m-iioii;ii ;? ? ??? .??'?.?u hsil bt-cn nppni. liy him in il» '? ? :il1'' ''*? \ rh.iii'P of his ihilici. in 1 -.--..: :- ,-? : ? ' l'« li'lt Mire ail jnvseiit nUo n. ?:?-..-'. '?1|' lllc fMr. ..fbir bp^ltti lui'l cm.-'l I:'' '? H''''1 up U'C worfc 1m had eo i..n ? b, . :i u,-i;;cd ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
Liver Trouisi©, $l®rvousn®ss? AND Indigestion. Tho Case of Mr. W. MORLINQ. (By. OUB REPORTER.) 'I am very glad to see yon,' paid Mr. WiUinm Morliug, of No. 54 Cums-roarf Balmain, to our representative ' Kvt since -iny hcalih came back 1 have -bee: a-ixious to acknowledge my Ih.-uil.fulness ii. nway that m'iy mid Jorrobo-aiiva detail u the many euL-ccs-f-.'.l cases about which -I have read of as curuil by the s me medium.' 'What w.is yourbroublu, Mr. Moiling!' 'I FiiiFoi\ii very badly with lny liv-r. co;nhiucil tvithiU'ri'DnsneBs And inciigcsrini Fur two via. si iii-i ii--t fcrioiv what it \n. to Jie free from ]jai»«, wlu-.ii were to ;-artic'i iai-iy acute in my legs -il tin'c* ilmt I couir. nut Wftik. I i-uii Jy thought ilie p:i,us in my chest Hint be?.d would oaucc my death. Thej were ulsnvys more severe alter eating, whin shf.il- y.Miis sjijirairod in iny botk nil.) Bliuuliitix Tiit! food did not dige-t, bill ? leniaiimit line a eloiio in my'iilnniicli tii thrown try'iit-ji^-tlic ...
CHURCH NOTICES. SUNDAY, JANUARY, 12 1902. Wesleyan. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
OHUItOH NOTICES. Sonday, Jandaby, 12 1902. Wesleyan. Deniliquin. 11 a.m., by Mr'E. Chap man j and 7 30 p.m. ; Hartwood, 11 a,m , and Birganbigil, 3 p.m., by the Rev. a. S. J. Harding, Presbyterian. On Sunday next at Mathoura in the morning ; and Deniliquin in the evening; by the Rev. R Welsh. Church of England. Third Sunday after OhriBtmas :— Deni- liquin, morning at 11 a.m., and evening at 7-30 p.m.
Jerilderie Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 January 1902
Jerilderie Sports. The following are the results of the Caledonian Sports held tit Jerilderie on New Year's Day :— ? Federal Wheel Race, of £16. Two miles. F. 0. Moore, T. cumwal, 50yds ... 1 T. C. Bentoul, Do.iliquin, 180yds ... 2 A. H. Drinkwiuer. Hav. 25-ds ... a Other starters : R. El win lOjds, A. Ferguson 200yiJs, U. Webster scr., an.l R. Moore 205yds. Hospital GAnivax Wheel Race, of £8. One mile and a half. F. C. Mooro, Tocuniwal, 35yds . 1 T. C. RenUml, Deniliquin, 145yds .'? 2 J. Allen, 'Daniliquin, 185yds ? 3 Other starters : A. Dri.iktra'.er 15sds E. Comber 185fds, R Webster 6cc, R Elwin 5yds, and A. Fergus 111 160yds. Two-Mile Scratch Race, of £3. R. Webster, Deniliquin ? 1 A. Drinkwater, Hay ? ,/p 2 F. C. Moore, Tocumwal . .' ,',' 3 n. riiwin ana x. Mason also started. The stewards met and decided to declare the event no race owing to the apparent collusion but ween tha riders. Lap Dash, of £1. . '? ' ' ? A. Drinkwa'er ...- ? .: 1 R. Eiwin ? '' '' ? o F. C. Moore ... .....