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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

nRJVILLjAMg PINK PILLS Make Rich Red Blood, ? Ml ? ~ 'Rich RedBiood Makes WeaK People B?l;*k':,- ; ? ? ' . ? TRY *? /f«r»mfa and Un^o«r Ci-rerrfV : \ ?It SSSS^^^SiSSSB 1 B me and I cu..W on iy crawl about the house. . 1 hese painful sv w»t oj- ^ ? . f J^ied with .L.aigia and ^'^XJlZZ^™ ^..d, #1 If. .. mm— i ? — — rr---r— n 1 became most depressed and dis- #.* 4fcL fe^P 1 ' Zg* . Jr-^iM heartened. I thought every fro h ^4 |P ? ' &$SP\1 /^*'^'''*-\1i month might see the end of niv ^* m ;. — | . ^Hii^g^B^fa^pWU sufferings, but relief seemed as f;n ? ott a 3F r -5 /^L/^^i^y^ lT T as ever. My. system was completely ?* % W: ^JtM*^d^?T (i^l debilitated ; I could do no work, and £? ^ 1Swtfs-r JnvcM*il .4 -1^ was drowsy and exhausted ali day. I ? ££? fi V V T' t^f W^^pl^ was much reduced in figure, and my- i^ H esJ^JLW '? IMmWWm face and lips Avere quite bloodle s. ^.| K 17 - Hjy J ^k W-lJ?3=53m My complaint was styled anaemia, v- ^ HI EfrqpWj'C , * |||||©'«i^P Any noise upset me, so...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT THE COURT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

AT THE COURT HOUSE. A few minutes after eight o'clock p.m. a large crowd of citizens, neaded by the Town Band, assembled at the Court House to view the handsome decora tions and illuminations which bad been carried out by Mr S. E. Tapner, to com memorate the occasion. After the Band had played ' Rule Britannia and the National Anthem, Mr F. W. Garstang (Police Magistrate) said a tew words in honor of the occasion, and thanked Mr Tapner and the members of the band for their efforts, and after another selection had been played by the band, three cheers were given for Mr Garstang, and the pro ceedings terminated. Mr Tapner's decora tions were very nice. On the large door of the Court House was a Crown on an underground ot colored glass, bstween two Union Jack flags, with the word Justice mounted on plush. On the centre of the door was the Royal Coat of Arms between British Ensigns, and the words ' Commonwealth, 1901,' and underneath, with their respective mottoes the words ' Peace and ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Sporting Mems. I By Wblleslet.1 The brood mare Good Ijuck, oy x»w;uiui*u, diedatDwclcenfield Park last week from a disease known as « big head,' which often is mistaken for snake-bite. Good Luck ni the property of Mrs John Eales, and was Se lart remnant of the once famous, Duckenfield Stud.- The i old daughter of i Barbarian has left a colt foal by Cravat be hind, whioh wiU be reared on ' the bottle. » « . ? ? i ? ^f- ,.,;+v- o efivfire ar.cident J Anwin, who met »iu' ?* w«' — ? , j off Lyddite at Williamstown some time ago, is now riding, work at Flemington. Another cyclist has succeeded in crossing the Australian Continent from Pert Darwin to Adelaide, The plucky rider »&''»- stance is a Mr A. H. Lennex, a Northern .territory missionary, who rode from sea to sea, & distance of 2060 miles in- eight weeks. Th* lar,t cyclist to accomplish this trans continental ride was A. M^onaiu Wuu succeeded in crossing the continent _m September 1898, riding the distance in. the m...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

In the Melbourne ' Age ' of -Saturday a-, telegram was published fromGeelong saying, than ' an infant named- Arthur Ellis, was. committed by- the. local magistrates -to -the ? Industrial Schools; It transpired' during the hearing ofthe case that the child -was^ born at the local female refuge, and that the^ mother was under. 14 years,of\ age/.' ' '?' That- Lamp. — The Municipal authorities^, had great difficulty in obtaining,^ lamp so.^ that the public could see the-tiin&at nightfc, but if the practice ofc street lighting; is to fyjs followed out with this lamp it means. that the time will only be seen on; a dark night, as it is impossible from the other side of the i road to- discern ihe hands o£ tiia.*&o.cJLlw J| even, when . the moon, is at its. fuUL . ' ; J *? '?'?**? I* ^ JP

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Rainfall at Deniliquin 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

The Rainfall at Deniliquin - 1900. 1 Rainy Days... Pinnts.;. January ? ? 5 ..-,... ? 79. February... .... 0 ... .*..... O-- March ... ... 10. ... ... 222/, April ? 1,1 ? 198* May. ...' ... 7 ..'.. ... 202. June ? 14 ? 188. July ? 7 ? 125. August .,. .... 14 ? 170* September ... 9. ? 64 October .... ... 3 ? 17. November... . .^.3 ... .....'. 8Q1 December.... ... 1 ? i&. Total ,84 ?. .'. 14.608

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commonwealth Day In Town and Country. THE CRICKET GROUND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Commonwealth Day In Town and Country, THE CRICKET GROUND SPORTS. Thanks to about a dozen gentlemen the beginning of the 20th oenturyancknagura tion of the Commonwealth was not allowed to pass without some manifestation of its greatness being brought home to the young lolks of Deniliquin who are to take their part in the near future in helping not only to build up their native place, but also the empire over which Lord Hope toun now reigns as Governer-General. It was first decided by the gentlemen who formed the Cricket Ground Sports Com mittee that they should hold sports on the 2nd January, as the Mafeking Com tnittee had practically bespoke Jsew Year's Day for the presentation of the Mafeking Riedals, and the holding ot a monster picnic. On the latter Commutee bdiug approached they unselfishly gave way to the Cricket Ground Committee and de cided to amalgamate with them in hold ing the sports on New Year's Day. They even went further am! carried a motion to Vote £15 for the provid...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Deniliquin Municipal Council. MUNICIPAL LIST. I HEREBY notify that the Municipal List? Persons entitled to vote for the vnrionr N;; of the above-named MnmVipaliiy are in ni\ - v'v and; may be inspected l-y «ny person :? ????'.' therein on any Office ila,\ ln.-t.wuen n-e '-'?? January during office hum-, and t\ny -?!?.? any name thereon, or ---lnim to lie pljici--. : must be made in due form to me on or before : latter date. T. C. GILLIES, Council Clerk Town Hall, Deniliquin, January 4th, 1901. Government Advertisements Department of Pnblit; V- - !;? Sydney, 24th December. ^ A TTENTION redirected to Gazette Notice* J\ viting TENDERS for, CONSTRUCTION' TIMBER BEAM BRIDGE over the WAP RIVER near Deniliquin. Tenders will be ted» up to 14th January, 1901. 61-24. E. W. O'SULLIWS DENILIQUIN H05PITAL Annual Meeting. NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual^ ing of the Subscribers to the DeP'r Hospital will be heM at the Town Hall, DenW on Monday, the 14th day of January iDBlaD'i8' o'clock noo...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE FROM THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE FROM THE QUELN. After the swearing-in of the Ministers had been concluded Lord Hopetoun came forward to the steps of the pavilion, and was greeted with hearty and prolonged cheers. He accepted these with a military salute, and then, in a loud voice, and with deliberate utterance, read the following message from the Queen, dis patched by Mr Chamberlain : — ' Queen commands me to express through you to the people of Australia Her Majesty's heartfelt interest in the Commonwealth, and her earnest wish that 'under Divine Providence,. it may ensure increased pros perity and well-being to her. loyal, beloved subjects in Australia.' The message was received' with en thusiastic cheering. MESSAGE FROM THE IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT., . : . The second. message was from the Home Govern ment, aud read :— -? ' Her Majesty's Government sends cordial greeting to Commonwealth, Australia. They, welcome her to her place among the naf ions united under Majesty's sovereignty,, and confid...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Commonwealth Inauguration in Sydney. A BRILLIANT SPECTACLE. SYDNEY. Tuesday, January 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

The Commonwealth Inaugur= ation in. Sydney. A BRILLIANT SPECTACLE. [,BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH J {b' uom our Special Reporter.) SYDNEY. Tuesday, January i. The swearing in of Lord Hopetoun as Governor-General took place to-day in the Centennial Park, and was truly a magnifi cent spectacle. After the proclamation was read the oath of office was iaken by Lord Hopetoun, who signed his name at the table which was used by Her Majesty tne yueen when assenting to the Commonwealth, and which was afterwards handed to Mr Barton when in England, on. behalf of the Common wealth. The swearing in of Mr Edmund Barton arid his Ministers also took place. The procession was seven miles long, and was the grandest ever seen in Australia. The route of the march was lined with thou-; sands of people. The traffic arrangements, were in splendid order, and few accidents happened ; the press arrangements were also perfect. The Imperial and Colonial troops were much- admired. The city is illuminated to-night and ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of an Infant. AN INQUIRY HELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Death of an Infant. AN INQUIRY HELD. On Wednesday last week the district sorcsner (M* Garefcang, P M ) held an inquiry into ib,e oiroum staupeb 'Surrounding the death of & male child' a few months old, named Lancelot Millea Dalton, who -died Da Tuesday night atConaigo Evidence was taken us follows — Eliza Millea stated that she was a widow and general seivaat. and resided at Oouarco The oody brdught into town by hei was that at bkt child, Lancelot Millen, who was hota on May 24th 4ftst, at 'WiJUanietowa, m Victoria. The fathei wa,B James MSUen, who diedlast February in ^Qaeenelaiia ,Tiie Child Trastreatea by Pr Biy&ut&tWilhtoistowii, and then ae an. out-patient at the hospital, and witness gave 'him barley water a'nd food continually Witness took the child from Melbourne on JV idft,y Bf Jast weel^ and ain\ed the same day in©enili guia Witness was 36 years of age, and this was the only ehild she had. She fed the «hlld just before he died on ^egday night. The s...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Oddfellows of Riverina. ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Oddfellows of Riverina.. ANNUAL DISTRICT MEETING.. The annual meeting of the Oddfellows' of-: Riverina district was held last Thursday week at Albury, when the following dele gates were present : — Corowa, Bro OameS Taylor; Deniliquin, Bro. John Kelly; Ger manton, Bro. Small ;. Urana, Bro. Wise ;. Broken -nil1, Silver City, Bro. Stewart;.. Pluinmer, Bro, Hogg ; United, Bros. J. L. M'Eacharn, Acting Gentl., Bro. M'Claurin ; Albury, P.N.G. Bro. Waugh. The Provin cial G.M. delivered an exhaustive address on,: the proceedings of the past year, during-. which 249 new. members joined; and three new lodges were opened at Broken Hill.- . A further sum of £475. was ordered to be - placed to the account fixed deposit.. The election of officers for the year resulted 'aa 4 follow :— Pro. G.M. Bro. Hacker; D.P.G.M.,, Bro. Stewart. The meeting agreed ? to; re qomrnend the opening of a new district at. B/oken-hill. An amendment to Rule 52A,? . b-vthe- 'Loyal 'XJe'ntral Lodge, was agreed to. . Aii ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Blacksmith and Shoeing Forge. C. LANGSHAW, Dl ^IBLS to lattmatft io tiifl jseBulents of CeuIU qiuu and sarnSiindiBg' aisfnck tliat he lias ; ( .ientj lS, above 11* tbe back portion oitbe pretniseB !of the Itncnne Saddlery jfonporjum, «id trust by [ttrict iitention to feaftsearta merit & ^a*£ share tj£ Ituujcrt ' '». ^ '' | All kinds of Buggies *atf $fa&pns: | repaiffeJ. ' - ' i ,n^ by a Competent Tradesman. CHARGES IfcfOBERATE, A TRIAL SDLlOtTEth 2,000 PELTS 2,000, I SADDLER, Ac, BENiLlQDlff, jfmcs the Highest Casfi Prtce lor all I Kinds of Fibred JSkins. I Hides from 2dl«S|d pfer 1b I Sheepskins fK-m4dto 6S;peHh, I Hoisehair Beeswax and all kmaVof Stnadriesj v L J. \^HIT§U)CK, I the i^hi^mwmA I] U^T V Tided A 3/jrpD tixi I'atfs^a^soriJ^eBfc ?tl new est designs an AuUmis ansl Venter ©soil ?Comprising English, Irish, £»-i- Sstfjigb. ^.'tttsgdS . ?Vor-acd Coatings Tind Iljotfseryigs la^ GjidleS Wai itj We^natfliitefe 'a yerfSbt ^SL jfcn4 Jijaa^; ?broac able VaJoe. 13$ ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Commonwealth. THE FIRST FEDERAL CABINET. Sydney, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

The Commonwealth. THE FIRST FEDERAL CABINET. Sydney, 30th December. This evening Mr Barton had an. interview with -the Governor-General,, the result of which was announced at 10 o'clock, to-night by direction of Lord. Hopetoun as follows : — Mr Barton has waited, upon, the Governor General, and stated that he has. formed a Ministry as follows, which- Cabinet His Ex cellency has accepted :: — Prime Minister of the Commonwealth and Minister for Internal Affairs— Mr BARTON. Attorney-General and Minister of Justice —Mr DEAKIN. Minister of State for Home Affairs^-Sifr WILLIAM LYNE, Treasurer— SIR GEORGE. TURNER. Minister of State for Trade and Customs; —Mr KINGSTON. Minister of State for Defence— Mr ?DICK- SON. Postmaster-General— SIR J.OHN. FOR REST.

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

f^;^^w^fe^ [?] --. ijTJit nio«pt(iJtHtaT4ii--tK«en,'«- 3n1r/tnq ^ '?* s-3»se«»rrfry 0 Bpn *ind cr^ ft ? lheshnrei\Ai-l bHion, stntiifnlng white, The foielinls tijid Uitiuiuuuiuiiiii^jKiViU V, it h crested light , Flood witU soft beans the ralkyo Tide, The mighty plains, 1I10 deaeit sand, 1 ill t he New Dkv has t?od £01 bride lhisAiistrallnnd! Freeboin nf JSations, virgin white, Not wca by blood, nor ringed withflteeij, Tiv llu one is on a loftier height, ^Pee|- i\»fie^ in the Commonweal 1 O luou, for whom the strong have wroagfat, Jknd poets-Bung -with «ouiB aflame -Born of long Jiope and ^ftent thought, 4 migutj name—' Wfe pledge thee faith that shall not*6*er& Our Land, our Lady breathing high Ufie thought thai makeaitJove to eer^e, And hf&tadiel ' Now are thy maidens linked in love ^Vuo erst have striven for pride ofplaoe %t Lifted all meaner thoughts above, s ihay greet the&.one mheart nnd'rade ; , She in whose bunhl coves of peace * ^Pbe navies of the -w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Western Commission. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

The Western Commission. lUr George Btddock, of Wemteiij?ft, a squRl(«r on the Barling, south of Wiltattma, last week ga\e some of U»e most interestiug information Hi«t has yet been f« offered to tbe Western GomnusRiou -He find lie had been connected w^th the Western -3«. (not since 1878 For 25 J-fears Uie rainfall ai die run registered unde& lOin?, xangmg -ironi 4in» to arin Ibe last dronglit was the ^wopel -»o hw «x pcuence mosc or uie sate ana oohou oosn sbtg»& »cre now dead, mainly through iat»bjts, fcbough the ieat eating b} stock had a billing t'sutleucy, also 1 lie belts of 8O1 ub were dead, owing tojaag-baritmg tjy lAbbils-aiid uaTbulsal decay, and xfae'&w^»^ pre vented ^oung gtowLliironi making Owiugtotue nb epce 0! break-winds, the soil was oamed m tilouds, often to the ruin of feed just started by raiu. Altogether, tbe conditions xtf the country had colB' j-)efely changed for the worst The surfafee *afi ?trodden hatd wfaeie tt jused lo be friable, 6...

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Mathourn. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

[?] A T 'gen ^JT tJi organised bi &Iri- place -oij ' J^cuflg Maoy vv^U J\ui^rp if ilthcut,JWlM£u \ c £ about 3^ ^jids. eh-Unf- lift. inlt-Tc^t 1* jtiv ^ujotifig^ftvet iiagged-t qiu re tf rBa3 ivt ogai^feccou&uodgtf it^t punter wilh ^rcal ticcpss, aawC tbe s^ni^i nicctipg.l^i H C Parker acted as^ Xfa't shfeotuig starred dj: ij: o*51ol«. fludi «t J 30 \j 01 a «imui»fivus j^itinyr4get up uHjler il^- tiirecl ou ef JMrs livona, ^ £%, „ ftn ?* ^aep-Mer rs Tien a«&43ttitV -fi^fc/

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THE AUTHOR OF THE OD[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

? I'r ATmORfl- -lir ODB fi 1 \* hi»lifr miny yeiro r». n jK I lev I t \ 1 Sl l ftuil fa tt 1 rr 1 clth Mid I lJ 1 j trtsentnt I - n h t)\ 1 y 1' * if U h - v Lnon n h aj. loial 1 Irt I riiiucn'b Uisj al u rl I I 1 j fi\ f viji F le I s 1 u! I JlTI L UR L, *? U Jta Sil lu. lullei I 1 bit, r tu ---^-t J Del pcottin a tIM 1,] Lit. id tl wub %--i ii\4.iriilv ? __a __ __ t_ j_i_ ? 1 ? .._ __? wolf g i a 1 1 a r 1 rtc ooioai s -u 1 ia J ogl n 1 ?'x 1 u f uq 1 rUcnntribotor ti b im, ftbeji'tifi j I- tl ol A-irc&lia unA \ tic \titrr if % m a 1 Li f r in «^»j; n tl it* JidernO r f - 1 1 1 iup (1 wws 10 n» tm hop *T tit* Anljudrn -w tl M S I IM^OUm X.*lflj ^rE « 1 \ 1 It t s? auu 1 ci -f rtttoa ^Uoje- prr(.p]% ft ui lul m, w t Vlisjr li6tL.Fttlj -

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Deniliquin Police Court. MONDAY DECEMBER 31, 1900. (Before the Police Magistrate and John Kelly, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 January 1901

Deniliquin Police Court. Monday December 31, 1900. (Before the Police. Magistrate and John Kelly, J's.P.) John Brown pleaded guilty to being drunk in Cressy Street; and was fined 10s or 48 hours in gaol. The fine was paid. William Mitchell, charged with vagrancy, was sent to gaol for two months with hard labor. Ada Bennett, for indecent behaviour in Napier Street, pleaded guilty, and was ordered to be imprisoned for seven days. Wednesday, January 2, 1901. (Before- the Police Magistrate and H. J. Wooldridge and John Kelly, J's.P.) John Shannon, drunk in George Street. Pleaded guilty and was fined 10s or seven days imprisonment. This John Shannon has no connection with our well-known townsman. Summons Cases. Nino Shah v. J. Nebby Bux. Detention of Property. Adjourned to 14th instant. Angus McGregor v. Leslie Taylor. Tres- pass.. Dismissed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

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A Hearful Tragedy [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

* AJReai;M Tj$£e$Xr JJ|!B£.A uikSsrififc &H)5Br j_ lias^tfetMhe Hcfw^ iof Jj?nider^e was thiovm --ito a sla« of excitement by the ^ew« o]t a tewibta Aiagedy^bieh fewj beeit commitled op tu£ 3(Ha ujt, «t jfcfana&hniore, t&e, residence «f~SIts 3 G fcruurtupncl, ^bout 18 miles Jrom BeiTigan. 2iys ?news receivied by w«e was io tfle'en%ettnaf 3^8 prtfmmomdJjad'kiH^jone of her. c^idrea. with an *txe, Anpjicwsc&useii qwte.a^K)oni».!;na unforlja, nate jnojber Tjemg Jftwwn5)yvB-AO« itit})e!to«ii,%a4 - the geiieial epitupp expressed ^ibs that lw,jf. itiflid pad|)epd9ie-d^r^Ujg^(J»i It subsequently traa^-«ed 1 tbat^hetma^Co^iBatiy Treats rgrenQua been rathet of \ weak inteTleet afi^,sut)ject€d-t6|^ni^rai-y jns^'nitys I #ml b^n^aJfe#Ita^ontb$ ago losfa i^ilU.'Suul^isa'i h^^B&M*^ was tattfl^ heti rfeljftt^s^tijat ^m, tfv«^^l^rto^yofeba^bub^1^^a'-| be4rooffi^^ %P^ ^T^^WcTW^i«a,l th^EM*»eS%|dJJ^i.Hl^featty^j labot^pm^c^eiM^^^f^^tt^W I r FTrhTiir^nej TSTJ -ta...

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