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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

KASrVTTVS *» BLlMUY PEHfECT. ?Lu fOR tt. m~ ? -'

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

MMtM 8KM4 SffcfSTHO RUCAI,yPTI relieve* instantly nAnrtacti«, Tuntlinclir SenrAtgisi ]iitliicnn«, Ac. !¥e»«r lio ultbou* It

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

Hotel Ta£tei*$aJfs, Deniliqyin. fc. F. I-E PRAGA ^Bs to announce that the above Hotel is now replete with every comfort ^?nd convenience. The rooms/are large, well ventilated, and the Accom ^?b first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining M^T:JJ: -ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen'^). HOT & G0JLD WATER ^B&abling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colon yv A first-class ^^K Groom constantly, kept in attendance. ^B GRASS' PADDOCKS, 'LOO.SE BOXES AND YARDS. ^?j attention given to pivery5 Bait & Letting ^^?e and Double Harness Hpr'sjesV^iiggies, Gigs,_etc., and Ladies' H^B and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks iiwHvss on; Hire at shortest ^?ches for Finley, Berrigan, Cpbrah and Noorong start from Tattersall's. ^m. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ^?sher's Special Reserve and Waison's *** Whiskies a Specialty. ^fcsT-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. ^B C. F. De FRAGA, Proprietor. ^^j~~ ? iii ? ? * : ' ;' f ?.You need not send to Town |...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

Acute Dyspepi Cured in Three W:eJ The Case of I MivFRAMKrrjscJ {?Frvm r A* '-.Yea.-: ,..,-. ?_ .,... j 'I can uuly dte.iii... -...-. .,. I gnawiiig oiie,' c-Xjiidin. ,j ;,;: ;-',a, '^J tiie proprietor oS a L--^, ... '''''« Si. Peters, Hyd^., io l_-uV*rT.t}''l was .nitfcmg fcii.,u.n-;, c5 vj L'M 'Very cus- ??:^m..u ? t..-i'. '? eenbe. '1 'It \V-as no la.i-;i::. 1 ;:?-?,..??. I Mr. Ru-sell, -a..a ^ ?? ';. .'; '1 allowed mo. Tl,t tfo,', ',' ^-M locate 1 ia tiie i-.hi.ij. a...( ?? !,?. ;l ewmach, iind i.iui «.-..;.? i,,« ' .'.'? extreme. ? = '' ^l '? Ildt I supjoseVou u/-i -c-t. m 'Oa ! \ti, 1 «..::.!. .y ,..'...)'? gie=it deal ; but iny f-j..j ,.. , :;.,,.,? and 1 was never 'ir.jv ;': ?_?.!, a ,.,:,? Jivery day wheu i v.-.-;,: -.. v, {'M sti.uc Iiiut-h with tne, v. :-.i. \, ] ... , . ?:,,.'? eat ui aL-uut tlc-.co o -..?..!.;.:. ..i.^J pocu;!ar2:..v.-.1,g .-.i:.l ^.i.k:.,.- K;,'i Slu:ii«^il UULan.c l-.ii ;i:..^£ v.i.Va ;? Jb-jii tL-iiiLiiow sccHicd ii, yii'caiuij S-.uy to till; Jj.iill....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Federal Campaign. MR [?] AT THE TOWN HALL. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

The Federal Campaign, Mi; .\s:ik'.m ai mi: row n iia: :. f-oSlistt&' t&oS \'£-il A). :a ih:s Sta'.e. rLciiuTy is now £.3. uut ;; w,,j.J Hot lio to J'UV tio « ton as a bonus at ti:t; clM of tach year to \tt distributed amongst Uic ;!ijic huMei's' as (livuicijiis, yet under li;c cover vi lvuu o»tr iar:S now the satin, thing 'vus ^i)inn' oa t-v-:ry »i:iy. lTutectkjn by unfits ot n tariff has weil t-ter' dttint.j as ?? j-luckiu^ tiie j.\k-^ without ujA ?.ii' it cr\.' Now 1 walit 10 draw attention to tLu c-iirani j^jary coiiditiuus prcvaiiiug in America, due j largely. :i :»'-t exc!u=.very. to me operation of the j jii.jtcJf.ve uriil. auu 1 lefer to tiie extraordinary ; I:tow;L of uiouopoiica iu the shape ot trusts aud uuniliiuutiuits. The tuodu-e vyera/tdi :? simplicity it- | seif. Njvuiiteun dollars duty is plated on a ion oi j uicei. aud while thesi: bu^'e mists ~rc belling' sttei i m.is i»t ±M. £1 10s. aud £5 per ton iu. vast (jiiaini- | ;:l'= :u n.e ouuiue ujarkela. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

Churcfe Services. CHCRCH- OF EXGLAXD. ? Quinqiaagesima Sunday— Deniiiqoin, morarjl evening. I BirsBTibi-ii— Afternoon. I Mora-zo rVo'uiry !9. erenin?. 1 Mr'-Kvi- ' : hVt.ruary 20, atrom^r. I Barr.s. ' :?= »y 2fl. eveninst. I Mm--- -. ??- : ???.'? 21-. evening 1 Bun-:,' r-eb-jary^1 I Zara : -??- I lA-^^BY ; i^AS' ?; URCii j C'omrjo— Morniav I TiioloiMn— Aftern-ion; I Demi«q.uin— Evening.- I Uev. RoMrtttj WESLEY A3T CHURCH. Dsniliquin— Morning. j Deniliquin— Evec-.rig. Rev..A.s;J.HH.ld Korago— Morning, J ttr A T M

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Road Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

Road Tenders7~~ The following tenders for ir.i-3 -work it J Deniliquin district were opened s.t tht plj Superintendent's office * — ' * GontraetSS. Jerildewe-GoolgambltJ to Gooning siding.— John McKell £6s3 Emry Bros. {15, A. H. Cobb £100. 89. Berrigan to Savernake— John eJ dale £34 9s 6d, David Glascott / 33 a,3 A. 3. Gobb £59 5s. * ili 40. Deniliquin to Unum— John Mcli £41 5s, G. Muirhead £49 10s, Emrv B-l £80, A, B. Robinson £70. A. H, Cobbfll 41.- Deniliquin to BootnanoomJ Emry Bros. £94, J. W. Adams £HG 9 A, H, Gobb £119 10s, David Glascott M l-5s, .John Bamsdalc £160. fl A.9, Tatfllia to Thvra— Eintv P^; J9 19s, A, H. Cobb £-158. ' ' '? 48, Jerilderie to Tocurawal— Aits J Muiiro'£216, David Giascou £281 }M JtshnEamsdale £249, A. H. Cobb tiiM 44,- Deniliquin to Wanoonilla-G.B Muirhead£106-10s, A. B. Robinson « John McKell £122, Emry Bros. £126, A ? Cobb £177 lOs: 9 - 45, JLJenuiqum to aioama— Lmry lm £105 6s, A. H. Gobb £156, James &$M £168 6b. I 46, Jerilderie- t-D Day...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

[lamein Racing Clab. Lnnual meeting. |-AY, MARCH 20, iSi»i. Igrammc of Events to start al 12U-5 p.m.. I STAKES, of *- sovs. About w'x furlongs, l;°ht for aae; For all horses that have not fiiSw race of or above 10 «m. ?trance, 5s. IlK RACE, of 12 sovs.. Second horse to Ee 3 sovs. out of Stake. Distance; about H and a quarter mile* Nomination -8 ; Heptance, 5a. . ?UlEIN HANDICAP;' of 20 fovs. Second Ke to receive 5 sovs. out of Stake, distance Kt one an.] ».qnarter miles. The winner of M £20 Race or over after declaration of ?L19 to carry 7lbs extra. Nomination, Kd ; acceptance, 7a-6d. B- BRACELET, Value £5 5b. Second K £2 2s Welter Handicap. Distance, Kt' one mile. Amateur or Professional ?L t.lie laferto carry 7 lbs extra. Nomi Hbti, 5s ; acceptance, 2s 6d. Kr H ANDIOAP, of 10 sovs; Second horse Receive 2 sovs. out of Stake. Distance, K sis furlongs. Winner of Moulamein Hiicap to carry 71bs- extra. Nomnatwn, ^Bfcceptance, 3s. HraCE of 5 sovs. Distance, about six _Bn-?». Second hors...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

I I WV 1 ? L-ir r -the cunt || [ rwHos. 1 w - n ? BEST German Piano m&ie H ? BEST Value Obtainable. ? P BEST for Ofene, and jl I BEST for DurabUity- J| Send for Catalogues & Prices | FBMf COTTACES TO UPWCHTWgl W.H.PAUMC&CU?| 338 CEOUCE ST., SYP ' I Deniliquin MuniciJl Council. 1 TENDERS- I mENDERS are invited, returnable jl 1 February 25f at & p.m., fo J 1 Town Hall, for Show wees 19Ji- J Highest or any ^dernot^rjjj Deniliquin MuniciPM Council' ? TENDERS. ? rilEiJ0EtlS are- hflite-l, retrf^H 1 February 25, at 5 p.m., ^^-.''M cubic ya.ds footpath gravel. J^M ^Lt or any tender not '^^^^ ' jH 'all. ,-, GlUH T' ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

Dentltqiti-rt Jockey Glu& The ordinary monthly meeting of the Deniliquin Jockey Club was held yesterday at the Globe Hotel. The president (Mr W. Kilpatrick) occupied the chair.- an 1 there were present Messrs S. Fox. J. Geraghty, G. R. Iseiin C F. De Fraga. H. Hawkins, and F. Sparrow. The minutes ot the- previous meeting were read aV«l confirmed. Accounts amounting to £13 5s 9d were passed foV, payment on the motion of Mr Hawkfesi 'i&onded by Mr Iselin. Correspondnnoe was read to Me J. M. Chanter, M.P.:- saying that Mr R, AY. McLaurm bad been recommended as a Trustee.- To a number of racing clubs re the foal stakes. . . lbe oeereiarv repontu. mat uuuug «*«- nast three months he had frequently visited the racecourse, and during that time, no damage bad been done by travellers. Rab bits were fairly numerous. Mr Hawkins said they wanted a1 caretaker. It would keep tramps away,- and if the Com mittee could we their way clear to employ an old man he was sure it would pay ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Local Land Board. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

The Local Land Board. AN IMPORTANT DECISION At the Local Land Board's sitting on Tues day last before taking evidence of some 41 applicants for two settlement leases, the Chairman (Mr F. A. Trollope) read the following opinion of the Crown Solicitor ,,mn fho Tirnnadure to be adopted by the Court in dealing with simultaneous Gonflict ing applications for land : — Af t« consideration of the section 1 have come to the conclusion that the procedure to be adopted by the ten I boards shoald be as follows- : The local Land Board holding ita sitting ia the open eourt should ascertain first of all tbat the applications have been made, tendered, or lodged simultaneously with the Crown lands agent, scras to be entitled to be taken into consideration by them. The duty then devolves upon the hoard of determining further the order of priority of such applications. At this age of fne proceedings applicants, in my opinion, have Bo right to appear as parties, or to croesexa mite one another. . It is...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Valedictory Gathering. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

Valedictory Gathering. On Tuesday afternoon last a number of   leading citizens met at Tattersall's Hotel   to wish bon-voyage to Mr William Duncan     the popular manager of the local     Freezing Woiks, who has been suddenly called to England on business. The Major (Mr Fred, Jane) occupied the chair He asked those present to fill their glasses. They had met to say good   bye to their respected townsman, Mr   Duncan, who was leaving for England   and Scotland on private business. The gathering was only an impromptu one, but the number who had attended on such   a short notice was a sufficient guarantee   of the esteem in which Mr Duncan was held. He asked them to drink success to   their guest, and wish him a safe journey. The toast was drunk with musical honors and Mr A. H. Windeyer said he was pleased to be present and support...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Mr Arthur Tyson. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

Death of Mr Arthur Tyson. We regret to have to report the death of Mr Arthur Charles Denis Tyson, of Pevensey and Corrong stations, which sad event took place at his Melbourne residence, "Myola", Armadale, on Sunday morning. The cause of death was typhoid fever. Mr Arthur Tyson was the youngest son of the late Mr Peter Tyson, of Corrong at which station he was born on the 27th February, 1870. The deceased was thus in the 31st year of his age at the time of his death. Mr Arthur Tyson was educated at the Geelong Grammar School and as soon as he became of age took his share in the responsibilities of managing Corrong and Tarwong as a member of the firm of A. and A. Tyson. The deceased married Miss Laura Weir, daughter of Mr Weir, Stock Inspector, of Deniliquin, and for some time after his marriage resided on his Switzerland estate, Yea, Victoria. After the firm purchased Pevensey from Mr Walter Tyson, Mr Arthur made that his home. The deceased was one of four brothers and three sisters...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Election of Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 February 1901

Election of Mayor. The Council Chambers was well filled With spectators on Monday afternoon last, to witness the election of Mayor for the ensuing year. The retiring Mayor (Ald. G. H. Perrin) occupied the chair, and the following aldermen were also pre sent : — Messrs H. L. Jones, F. Jane, A. B. Jefferson, J. G. Evans, J. Taylor, G. Evans. P. Faean. and I. Kelly. The retiring Mayor, Alderman Perrin, Said they had met for the purpose of electing a Mayor for the ensuing year, but before proceeding to that business he wished to introduce to them Mr John Kelly, who had been, returned as an aider man for the East ward. Mr Kelly had made the necessary declaration and he (the speaker) considered the ratepayers   were fortunate in getting such a good man.' (Applause.) It was usual on such occasions for the retiring Mayor to make ? statement showing the position of the Council's finances -during his term of office. The general rate struck for the year was- £1,255, and the water ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

Nothing Short of a. I DR. WILLIAMS' PIhK CURE MRS. J. S. FRANCIb OF I ?Jenerai Debility, Asthma, Bronchitis, Weak f[Ca,Fl Dropsy,. Rheumatism^ and Kidney Troubbs,' 1 ^rv 'Well,'' replied Mrs. Annie Francis, of Dox i]]\] . I ^^k Victoria, to our reporter, ' Lam onlyloo har-py i-.» g.ve yf.M f&jW '^Ssl whatever information you require regarding my *.;.*.-;? llrm *0£x Mrs. Francis is a native of the West of England, -av,\ :-$ k$*m *^*i years of age. She came to Australia in the ' Oricm,' ^o,ll0 W'B ig^ 18 years ago, and was then in the enjoyment of goo.i li-alih i'^B ^^and bright spirits. A few years -after arriving here. ;\;r.5. -^H jSSi Francis became a victim to various complaints, j;ic-!'i ,!i;,.? &$M \Z5*J general -debility, asthma, bronchitis, weakness cf the li^i' [1 ? ^^^rheumatism, dropsy, and- kidney .troubles.- For newly lu^J tM^ years she has scarcely been entirely free.from pain or .(.he. }*%M -^6^ Life was indeed in her case a burden. Abked if khi ?-,.{ v-...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

Sporting Meirts. , P.Y V.*l!I.l.r.SI.EV.' A siinrt. price wan accepted al-cat P.nii Fry f^r the St. (ieiirge Stakes. Lancaster be: uj tin: only other horse bucked in a field i.f nine. A treat surpi^e was in s-tore. however. The U!tr eut out the iuii ninj! at a merry pace, but lurn:na into tl.e strai^lit I'aul Pry made hi& effort, and as tie shot to t.iit fi.int his friends were on goou terms with tuunisein-*. , But suddenly Cleau Sweep daa'ned up :tl»rig.si-!e. an '? j the friends of the favourite had the niuriifioaiiou of | t-eein^ him fjeaien by his stable companion, the ; Melbourne Cap wiuncr, wliose -;iif.n'ee was n-ii i snrionsly taken into account. Clean .'nveep who wa' ! ridden by Paul Pry's old jockey; W. Powell, is en gaged in the Australian Cup (Sst. Dlb.),- and the Sydney Cup (Sst. 71U.); According to Mr P.-H. ITeath (of Gaunt and Co), the first furlong of the Futurity ri'akes was run in Hscc, the next two fu; longs in 2.1|-ee.', and the coiiclmling half-mile in 5...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

Over the Border.. | i MKLl'.Ut-'UN'E, A nriiiiicunucp. case wliicL aro'.is-;-i consi'taraij'.u ! interest was iieunl laat week at, .S-uunirka!i bi'fort Mr II. Morrison-, I'.M., wbcu Mary June .kivdl sin:- 1 Ueor^e f'.iril for tlic inaintcttiuiut: uf ;i iiinlo ciiiM, horn on -Hii January hist, an! aJ-ofor confinement uxiieijs--s.. W*. Murrissy, solicitor, fur tkfuinlant. fipjilieij fur an- adjournment on tlio ground ilr.a the tireseiit ,-Kti-)ii woiiil im'imliue a brcuuli of jjtoiiii.-e cas2 to b-j shortly heard at Siicppartor.. This ilie J-T.M. would nol silluiv, and tbu case proceeiial. Prom thu evidence given by cumpiaiiHfint aiiil 'lefeninnt., it n;-)-eare-l that they Ijeu.une acquainted in November or December, iS'.VJ, when complainant lived with lier brother-in-law a*, ihe C'ommei'ciil Hotel, Sumuikali. An-un&agcincnt followed, w'uicli i!ufcn-l:iiit »llti^ed was brokei'. off when complainant I-jft in M.trcli, I'.H'i. On tlie -other iiaiul. complain! - anl av.ii-1-uil th...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket Chatter. TRADES v. DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

[?] [?] W^BS&^^^^M''-. [?] g Dowltcr look tht vacam ) , Isul was also : '$i misted l-3 H3nLb \\iilioul mooring, z S-**— 5- 1 - j ] MudiciollowtJ, uid pU\ingfiutioUsIv j |ie and ^lorris -iddcd q to the loUJ, w1i^«i ' Iht litUr was tkdjj bowled J-y 1-ijneS. |— 9— J4. a Perrin joined T\Ii?die, ind by steady |)]ay tbej&toie was ratted to 21, atul tlicn jke idtter j&as-h .missed by 1 1) ncs. Jq~ 5 g— 33- J1' I Witti*\Vysc£n-n erria together mattcj^ ^lightened up soiuewiiat. lJic'forjiier i-ut together d fopen v^ty qaiuk\vt *ud ^ tJjing to Int l)tc);65'; vbu Ivd nol lti))g jone ontojjowlj did-ootg^t Jipltl oi llic iiaU piopetiy,4Tiying»jtjADd wa* eawly I Ajaygei^vaB^ejki mati,^ajid,bjLfteady :rickpt beorcd n^^&r&twinK^lispaibbed |y HicJsijjj, 'Twsirrjr^. \ iims sadUfc.vufls^fkt'U^n. jlio ?h^ 1-v \ ^tfejifilj^.Tiika^Iic ^ acaupv, ^a«1 ipU^ed ]6wo'io the lasVcfSlotin^ ^l-ptice^ml iffct niftlviag 0 t} fiice erj^lnjt 4lt -1^4 thtf1 tard iiipL to plaj a ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Local Land Board. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

— f DeniHquin Local Land Board. FlilDAi', FKBBUABV ll-. J. J. .Saiitiiiu. '2.0 1 2 azrts, special lease. Imiuiry umioi- Section 2i), Act l«»i. UiiJfcr ali cJujuju suiuces cuuditiougf lesiJeuce naaj bn regarded- us satftfiicuir? co cikre. b\ a. h'aikitici-aud Sous. Lul. 1,3:JOJ acres, comH tioual ieas-(ir. Inquiry under Sect iou- 39, Act 1SS1. CoiidiiioJib ol resilience not fulfilled ; forfeiture -iu- cujred. . . ? ' ?- Clias, J&lmson, 4^0- acre?,, homesteail selection, lmjuiry uudcr Seutiou 1C. Act 18'J5 (issue of ccrtili cat\;). Cu^ditiouii fulfilled to ., aatc ; xoriiUcate. to iaaUC; ?? . . A.B. Simpbou, 519 J acres, homestead se'.ection. -Inquiry under Sectiou 10^ Act l«'J.'i (issue ofrcer'tifi cale)i Conditions fulfilled' to date j-'certificale to issue. i H.,J. Poyntcr, l,u59J acre^ sireciai:iease.-. Appli catiou for a certificate of adverse 'circumstaiioas. iJostiJoued till next Board meeting. :: Application* to mwib value- ot' iiaprovpments. Poriiuu. 13, parish of Mar...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notes from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

J^ofes from. Various SmM^i ^k-^&tf:^ty is told of the Ejifplil l^jil^nhr^ist^ 'ri»9 later Vere ^SS^ M^irofl^iiligbat3£ greets JoVfotfMffl a^l^fly^ fct^jg^^jof liMoli^fi A^e at llyUrlborough-h'6u6«^jbut p«,ys fiij; states.. The repairs^ v^dparp ^e^^ g|af ifleht, tile -e?ii)ea|p^p*iid^p|^ ^^^^^^^

Publication Title: Independent, The
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