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Notes from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

Hotm from Various Sources. The little Isle of Wight will never seem quite the same again uow that the great Queen has left it for ever, and has made her last voyage in her -ma Royal yacht, the Alberta, from Cowes to Portsmouth. .Viewed through the haze of years by the present writer, the beautiful island shim mers very far away, yet a strong concen tration, of the mind can bring it up clear and distinct again, as thdugh* seen through a gradually focussed glass. There comes over the field of vision one little picture especially. It is a picture of Sunday morn ing in Whippingham Church, near Os borne, and the time is, well— ever so long ? ago. It is curious how clear-cut are the - impressions of childhood. There are two little figures in white sailor suits, with blue collars, whom the small observer at the end of the church notices closely while Canon Prothero, then the incumbent of Whippingham, reads the service. The two little figures behave with exemplary de corum* One is a boy of ...

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

Deniiiquin Municipal Council, Monday, Febkuaoy I, 1901. Present : Aldermen l'errin (Mayor in the chair), Pagan, Jones, J. -J. Uvans, Jefferson, and Taylor. The minutert of the previous meeting were r^ad and conftruiurl. COSUliSPONDCNCB. Letters were read : To J. M. Chanter, M.P. advising him that he had been appointed as a delegate to act in conjunction with tlie Leichhardt Council in waiting upon the Government in reference to the recognition of present and future Municipal Council's at state functions. To the Shire Engineer, Ox ley, informing him that the Council used burnt clay for street metalling. To J. M. Chanter, M.P., asking him to bring under the notice of the Government the advisa bility of snagging the river while the water was low. To the Governor-General forwarding letter of condolence ou the death of Queen. Victoria. From the Deputy Postmaster-General saying it 'was his Department's intention to effect alterations to the' present post office which would provide suitabl...

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

Sporting Mems. IBt Wbllbblbt.] Mr J. Bolt's b R Uncas and Mr F. Keane's br g Earl of Oarrick left Deniliquio on Monday for Melbourne. If placed properly both should earn their oats during their sojourn ia the Victorian metropolis. Mr W . R. Holmes, of Boxdale. has purchased the racing mare Vanity. She is now trained by Rowley a raser, who also » preparing Hamlet for the Echuca races on the 22nd instant. The recently formed Licensed Victuallers Racing Club at Hay intend to hold a race meeting in May ' The Berrigan Amateur Turf Club have decided to hold a race meeting on Easter Monday, and the following liberal programme has been drawn up : — Old Berrigan Hurdle Bace; of £6, about two miles. Trial Handicap, of £5, about six furlongs. Com monwealth Handicap, £10; about nine furlongs. Nanguula Welter Handicap, of *5, seven furlong, minimum weight 9st., with allowances for amateur riders. Momalong Handicap, of £6, six furlongs. Kildoniatt (Hakes, of £4, seven furlongs, compulsory with wi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

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

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Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Funeral of the Queen. A SERIES OF GREAT AND MOURFUL PAGEANTS. A SUPERB NAVAL DEMONSTRATION. IMPRESSIVE MILITARY MARCH. London, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

The Funeral of the Queen. A SERIES OF GKEAT AND MOURN F13L PAOEAKTS. A SUPERB NAVAL DEMONSTRATION. IMPRESSIVE MILITARY MAECIL London, Sunday. The funeral of Her late Majesty the Queen took place yesterday. The weather was cold and gloomy in London, but rain bold off Until the procession was over. On Friday the body of Her Majesty was removed from Osborne House, Isle of Wight, in the Royal yacht Alberta, to Portsmouth Harbor. The coffin remained on board the Alberta on Friday night. Friday was sunshiny and fine. After a iunerai service at Osborne House, conducted by the bishop of Winchester, at 1.30 p.m. the coffin was borne by a party of blue jackets and personal (Highland) servants to the kharki-'colored gun-carriage', which was drawn by six dark bay horses. Detachments of military preceded the cortege, and aides-de camp walked on either side of the coffin. Then followed the Royal mourners in threes, the first three being the King, with the Ger inan Emperor on his right, and the Du...

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

I Hotel Tattersall's, Deniliquin. I C. F. DE PRAGA BEGS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete with every comfort ^K end convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilated, and the Accom Hftt oa first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining j K) BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER ^Khe Stiviiag Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class ^H Groom constantly kept in attendance. ; H?OD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND TARDS. HH ? '^ -s* ? K^ial attention given to Livery, Bait & Letting ^Biagle and Double Harness Horseo, Buggies, Gigs, etc., and Ladies' - «, ^B . m& Gentlemen's Saddirt Haclcs always oh Hire at shortest ^H notice, and at reasonable rate. ^?Coache3 for Finley, Berrigan, Cofcran and Noorong start from Tattersall's. ?f .D. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ^B Usher's Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty. ^M FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. ^B C. F...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

flirting Mem*. S:^^^-''^^-^?*!*^^;;^ :.;?;._ ^; [?] [?] $8&£&-P**:$-&& meeting, .v »-^-=6y»tfc # ;^l^^f?WMi(i Horse Bdias^Q^B&y^yagi ^ His /HoWr^udgeEogers i8 ^t|, tem porarily as' Jiia^f ladgeof i)iBtri|fc Courts B8^*jftf ^wttfopr-^BahBAiiif and [?] Mill

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Terrible Buggy Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

T^ibfey^^ A^djgn|^ .'?V- ': ? -~-e:.\'m''- ;^|^*£^jfc .'-'? .1..-J--' ? 'j-.-^.S1-;1 ;-j*& /?. ? :?-'??? ?i:;'--:^.-'-/-.:'-:A.v--:,^^;jV.i^| A shocking fatal swJ-^nt 'pci?orr^1|p Fnd^v evening/: A ;p|rj^ ofllaalie| wj§| descetiding Buckland ;-japj ii^ajf - BeegK^ worih, -c.yictoiSaj ? «( a; vehicleV jthetio^^5 ^an^';bemg 0x$^itt-&/C,-fW&^&i :MMto;. Ant vesftis ^ of a&n of Stony Ei*ek^ Hl^ihia driven into^|g|^^li|W|aifeg 0$$&6m,-. %nd kere?fMi^raii|g..; i»^iSl| ^^lea^n;'the^ot^|/i|fe^ih^^^ ij^^^ei;^4^ma#ii^ii|e^^a-f5|p| ®M^rrived Mrs Wells wasiounddea-y athetrbeds the inquiry wasa^joiiHied liniiii

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

mti of Bug^es^l^etfe ft, — _^a^^iip ?go ; .i*Et|^|^^p§i:|| Rii^ BeeBwax, and^li ¥Mds^f ^nndr^ ^Banded : i J?r^8Bd :^ari^d .e^oHn&jatg;

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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P. & S. P. Board, Moulamein. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

P,& S. P* Board, itoiairt^nv I^artmStrof ? Mines y T^oestm| ^ w^s read, when the foUowing decision W^That this Board is of opinion that the best method -of dealing with the rabbit peTo1fiil in all burrows and clear off all -cover such as hollow logSr dead timber, Dogs, traps, and poisons, -oi alj kinds are useful where rabbits are plentiful, but the country cannot be cleared t)y\,ahy or fill of those methods or bygivmg a bdmisv This board does not approve of giving bonuseSj -.- ?_.?, ..'.;'; Weekly men shpiild be employed^:; - ?:-? The ntarketin^ of rabbits (except skins) should be discouraged, _ ? :?*& ;;.^,,VJ X United action/shouW be taken by all the | boards in % State, With a ^yiew to ik«n4 mencing together and going contiaupasjyii and when'She pest has ^een^wjthtnJ reasonab^bounds actiyl^eas^r^shbul| ] still be ^continded :^ttr ;?% ^if ??' to ??&&{ deavounng to arrive At as near a pomt£^-| ^Stertpination as possible ' :|^|

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Federal Campaign. MR CHANTER'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

The Pedcrai Campaign. Mil - I! \NTiIlt b Ml-.l Tl.\(,. f-n TiK«d;iy i-vciiiji^ i;t?: .\fr i. hjilVttT -i|H'jiL-i] tin- I'V-iL nil L'ai]ip;i:^ii :u i'dc Town Illlll t(- 5! l.li; fit 1.1(1 )-r )\S01i:l. Till' Wiyul' cicciipicd tin dia.ii', I'.ud asked }\-r;i fair hu.ir m % tor flu; H.pnikci-. Mr (.'hunter, v.liu wot: received with .. hrrrs. ivUirnr-i! ihtinks tu the dt'Clors lor their eontimnd cimliilunen in him. Li whs about li»'l yiM's biiiLT lie first uslcoil for their snllef ;i'j;i', mid now lie. \v;is nil uspira.nl to a-nnu- thin.L- bi;jfhc-r — no!, u provincial iniiLtcr but a national duty. H-! otl'wcd his crttk-ntials, and it' the clociors consitlt:i\'(l t.ln;in .'..ui.slac- lory tbuv would vole for him for the Lutur.e 1'o.dciMi Parliament the .smne us ihoy had done, for the {Siatu 1'iirlianiem. He claimed ho. hiifX riilw.-iVi- iievn in jicconi with their views on all ^n.-nt iji:i-sl.i-uis alVeri.iii^ tlmnrns perily of this diril.rii.-l. Mr Clumti-i' in-re referred in ihe iniiu...

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Deniliquin Municipal Council. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

pettUiquin Municipal CouncH. ^l^r;;^dN04^:vF«BacfA!i«^; -^;. ; ,,4 / v W,h:ii~. ?'?^^;-?^^??^^?/v:?^-?H^-?^''?^3''-v-Jif.?i.?????iJ?iti.??^:i mnaer. tbe. notiqe iof '^1w-;^!K^-ineQt^Hie»juI'TijP^ ^mldj^;J:^!V.w^wiA;^^ ?:.:.;- ?.?;: ^?;-r.5:f;::,Tf-;.-. :-;^v- C^: ^uSRgpeaker^wsJfgpSi^aiB: ;J5iB'1|»^t^ahi 'tele-: j^p^||%iW%8^aly Me(»n:tio|eaV; T^j' elipuia :i'_ Aldermari :jFa^(^^i&^a;ihiafr^ ^ lettetie *;«i&to 9u*yis^ .^iiWvM^?^^^ $9 :; oidi-'-faiiildtng^ fci) make tieai-jaii^bt^r^r ; tfte^toii^t^f ^ttsiiiias; Isflrona the 5^aitt^r- jtfreHna ;'?Frozen -'jpat ??'©6^. p«Hy^i)^i reference :0:b^a6lai^t^at 0^^©; fcy th^e ^- ? [?] £lO^0u}d -i-e jgiven floe information that'*ft.uldJ [?] latefcf»tft»«rtNttTied oat. tN tWrr|w%iio^* employed itt side bricking deep ohaaneW lifcd tbo reB^^3Bbi»toi^ reported that *m«JHi^^fe^^ TW .B*Meaer h:port^ that b^d S bOTy [?] \M^ofi^^:walph{tlii;ee'ib^r^wei^ijiiiea^: and -. ^iie^wijioi^an^lihe aldermen natned jfiad; got i jtiiiii ;olV%^t^if^...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Funeral of the Queen. A SERIES OF GREAT AND MOURFUL PAGEANTS. A SUPERB NAVAL DEMONSTRATION. IMPRESSIVE MILITARY MARCH. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

The Funeral of the Queen. A SEE1ES DF GREAT AND MOUBtf FUL PAGEAHT0. A BtfPEEB NAVAIiI-fiMONS$BATION. 1MPBESSIVE MIliia?AS3f MAfiCft L0N»0W/$u6-lttY- $he funeral of Her late Majesty the Queen took place yesterday. The weather was cold &nd gloomy in London, bat raja feeld off Until the procession was aver, * t ' On Friday the body of Her Majesty /was removed from Osborne Hoaee,Jsle of Wight, in tHe Royal yacht Alberta* to Portstnoutn Harbor. The coffin remained on board the Alberta on Friday night* Friday was sunshiny and fine. After a faneral -service At Qsborne House, conducted toy the bishop of Winchester, at 1.80 p.m. the coffin was borne by a party of blue jackets and personal {Highland; servants to the kliarki-'colored gun-camagtf, which was drawn by six -JarkTb-ay horses, detachments of military preceded the cortege, andaides-de camp walked on either side of the coffin. Then followed the Boyal mourners in thtees, the first three being the King, with the Ger jnan Empero...

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

Deniliquin MospitaJ. Th« usual niuntbly meeting (1f ihf, Cdinimitee cf, Ihe l^eiiiiij1,;!)1.. Hospital was 'neld o)2 Thur.-jdiij- even ? ii'.g at tin: -^chool of Arts. 'J'lie Chair was occupic' l.y Mr H. l,lu.yd ( IVosideiii). avA Messrs A. B, .k-iVcrio!.',. 11. A. -;jyde, K. J, Jjainan. J. SolSy, M. .1 . (. Wew. I . 'I'yrer, !?'... 1-, Co'-toi1.. J. -:.- i''vava anfi r.efii]1!1 T,h.: mii:ui'V. v-cu. ra-l, -l.e I rustJciii'. .iai-2 ? h-: liiai;^i.i it, ,-,-us. ;ui t«pji irliiue i:i:j;:, on acoouut of; t.bo di'-i;!; us1 t-1'.o ij(ii.:i;-i, to ,-isk the Cominitt.ee ta pin1. ?.!'. -ih.j.i1 '-'.x.iKi- a vnic i)( synip;iUiy inwards their present Kiuj aud tin: i*'.\val 1'aiuily. Her la(,s Majij.siy aiways took .i gnMi- i»»t«res*. rr: .matters per tainiiij; in hospital work, and lhcref''iv, n v--tc oi sympathy frmii U\c - 'uiuiialLeu sinjidd h-i jilaced on I he Hns|,Li! l,,,,,!i-. The iii'iiioii wns siv.-'iiid^l l-y Mr i.'.diai, a i:«J car ried i!uaiii:iii)ii.sly. The -minuter of the prnvi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT THE ALTAR STERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

^?^Mm^mmmz '::??' [?] [?] [?] tn thp Prime Mimsser auuw»H». ~^'aTt Websteri; Lord Chief Justice orEngland, 22ta? a seat on the purple benches m the. main aislev ' _'^'','.r .?;?;';? ;'-; ?''-?.'?..''.?'?? ??????-':-::

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

^}i0^^0m&^^%m0^i^:W?, [?] [?] sSaffissw^.^Jtii ^«£ **,_!? S-*. ji «/t» j. r ¥S»»Se?.«b Attilfery-playiag the *ame lmsrchefl as were played by the bands leading the pro cession. Some relief to the generally sombre colouring was provided by the wartet cloaks worn byihe Guards' bandsmen. The pake j lar^^t ffeuWtiWv Earl-Mardhal of England, with the officials oTthe Royal Household and 80 mounted aides-de-camp* immediately preceded the Boyal «o$n, which, was born on a khaki-ooloarsd grin oarnag% drawn by eigbt^ream-colorired horftesv -\Ene eoffin was covered-with a .jwdl of white.mlk, which had been worked in 4S'hoursiy4he pupils of the Kensington School of N*»ge work, »n institution-which hflfl e^oyed Her late Majesty'* special patronage, yueen Alexandra' and iba Royal Princesses fead themselves prepared the design for the pall. Besides the pall asd other draperies eaid flags there rested tra the coffin jt cushion, *-& which reposed the Royal crown, orb, a$* sceptre. Aa ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

Tiin BKRHiGiN Hi-.ihT.s- Mil' Comuioa wealth bicycle spui-Ls, po.stpisfK'i ir-jni SOl'i ult.. were held an Wodju-sduv, the iiUciiutuic^ i being good-. Jic5iilf..s:— -Upwi Foor, Jiacc. 1OD ytia.^- .Hodges 1: Buyle 2; C. M'Lollar.. ». Siiefiicld.— ? Jouea, 1- katko.r, % Cojymoi:- j wealth Wheel liaee, ii a»i«s.-- - Von Uar 1 -ull , 1; Masoii, ft. Federal JilaliW. One Mile.- - Muson, 1; .SinitLer.s, ii. Anniversary Hall mile.— Mason, 3: Von. Der Lui't, 2. Open Hunters. — r^'Leuif .-j Jim'jjy, 1 . Ainak'ur Race.— D. Little 1; S. Hainikiu., 2. Five i Mile Sci'at.-ch.— liyan,. .1; Mayon, i. la the Federal Ht&kos Von ])«u Luft f'i-11 and brought, .-Jov«i other riders, amongst them being L. M.. .Wkson, who liiid his- wrist broken, and \^;n Der Lull received a severe shaking. Bush Imkks-. — Our (..'onargo covrespomlcnt states that a disitstrous bus!i iire occurred «n Roonokfi station on Tuesday 'as(, and travelled on to Puckawidgce, buming about 7,€00 acres of grass in all. Fifteen t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 February 1901

I JOHN ADAM, ?jkjixcnist, Newspaper & News Agent ?kai'ike street, dkniuqujn. ; K[{],; r.efertc,- Srnniay Time?. Amns\ Sport iu» ? l'iiii'e Truth, Woikur. HnwkJet, l)etiiiiquia ! B[ueciKic'nt. Windsor -Masrazine, Haniiswortlis j K-i2:irc J'ictorial Magasiuv: Cassell's Now I'enny ? ?c-iz'iV Charing -.'r(i-- Magazine. Ciis.seH's ; Hu'nhV. Jourr.nl. Ausivuliaii Journal, Australian- 1 ?me Journal. Wcldon's MuiiUd;/, Leacifs Oress- ; Etcr Battle Smoke. Union .):?-*. Detective Tales, ! Kr laud Mid Sea, Hoy.V l''iwt Rate Library, ; Ka|({ bill's library, Heart s Kaae Libraty, True j Hfc War Library, UUwtrated Bits. Bketuhy Hits, \ HlJits -\Jly Sloper, 'Scraps, Snap Shots, Answers, j ?taon's Weekly, Cigarette. Tholo Bits, Illustrated Hfco-ltate. Boji- Up-to-Date Novelette. Aiiline H. | Hid.'iv. C-l'ristiani Herald, Christian Budget, Police ! WkoU 'World's Comk. Cotiiiu-. Cuts,.'-;oiijiu Life, j K(I1i Comic; Illustrated Chips. Piok-Me-Up. j Mh', Swire Moments, Nuggets. Funny Wondcs, ; ...

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