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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

fcili_— — ? 1 ? Church Services, I CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ?Sunday in Lp.nt-Deniliquin, morning and Kl (Mr McMiHan'8)-Afte«^on. ? Ven.. Archdeacon Holt I pRESBYTEaiANcanacB. Ho— Mwnine. ? ' , ?quin— Evening.-.1 ' . /=?-? ,. ? Rev. Kobert-Webh. B WEStE TAN CHURCH. Mju in —Morning. . ^Euin— Evening. ?* Rev. A. S. J. Harding. ?bod— Afternoon. ^m Mr VL.W. Fawcett.

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Deniliquin Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs J. Kelly and G. H. Perrin, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

Deniliquin Police Court. Tuesday, Ffbruaby 19. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs J. Kelly and G. H. Perrin, J's.P.) Joseph Kennedy was charged with receiv ing a dog, the property of James Caffee, well-knowing the same to be stolen. Evidence was given by Constable Bell,, arresting constable, and the accused was reroanduJ for eight days for tbe production of farther evidence. Wednesday, February 20. (Before the Police Magistrate and Messrs Kelly, Wilshire, and Perrin, J'b.P.) Jas. T. Eobertson, was charged with stealing about 40 bags of hay, the property of James Taylor. Mr Windeyer appeared for accused, and said his client objected to Mr Leetham sitting on the Bench. After argument the Police Magistrate said he would leave it to his colleague whether be should remain on the Bench. Mr Leetbain said he was in no way interested in the case, but would retire. Sergeant Norris gave evidence as to the arrest of Robertson on Monday afternoon. When I went to Robertson's house two hors...

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ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

ECHUCA, One of the pioneers of the Echuca district in the   person of William Boyes, of Kelpie, died on     Saturday morning. He arrived here in the early fifties, and had the respect of all with whom he came in contact.

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

Sporting Mems. |By \Vm.u:aix\.'. Advance has been sciatehed (or the ljotn^ur ? Handicap and Sydney Cup. lit Olibtwru hat re ceived instructions to nominate the horee tov ail the weight for age races at the A.J.C. autumn meeting. Maltster was regarded as a foregonft conclusion for the St. Helier Stakes, and, notwithstanding that he moved a bit short in li is preliminary canter, odds of 2 to 1 were laid on MrOrr'a fine cole. Lancaster was supposed to be bis moat dangerous antagonist, ond was backed accordingly, but when Maltster ranged up alongside him at home turn he offered the feeblest resistance, and. was beaten by Austra lian, who failed to make any impre38ion on Malt ster. The Derby winner simply played with his opponents), and on returning to the weighing-yard he was received with popular enthusiasm. Mr a L. M'Donald took the largest cheque at the V.AT.C meeting. The victories of Aurous and Wakeful represeated £1,600. The stable pre ided over by James Scobie was a good second. ...

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Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

Over the Border* ui;i.15oi:iink. I Tli*; Lazarus mine, ut Bcudigo. was the sccuu ol n ? fatiil accident on Satnrdaj morniug. Two luiucrs. ? Geoipe luinerand Kdmuutl Noy. woe at work in ? tiie l.TCOft. level, Thej had put in n hole, and were ? engaged in Doriug uuot ber when :tit explosion took ? place, Turner receiving the whole charge in his face. I Is'oy and another man, Walter Gihnore, were also » struck by the debris. The injured men were taken to the lioaoitnl. where Turner died soon after admis sion. The oilier men are progressing favorably. It has transpired that at the time of tin: explosion the men were Iwring a hole alongside of one that had been previously made, but partially exploded. Noy. it is stated, objected to boring another hole until the other charge had been di'iiwis. but Turner in sisted that there was no danger. The drill came in contact with the unesploded portion of the charge, sind the esplosiou resulted. Noy sustained injuries to the face and head. The doct...

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Deniliquin Municipal Council. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

Deniliquiit Municipal Council, MOKDAY, FEBllCAti' 25. Prssent :— Aldermen F. Jane (Mayer) in tie chair, J. G. Erans, G. H. Perrin. fl. L. Jones, G, Evans. J. Taylor, \V. K. Latchford. and J. Kelly, The minutes of the previous meeting were re&'d and confirmed. COBliESroNDENCJ:. Letters were read : To the Laed Titles office, nckincr if thf.v liarl anv nbifipfion to ameriil AppA of land in the estate of the late Thocsas Johnston ; if j ncts would they amend same. ! Alderman Taylor said the building encroached 011 18in. of the footpath. On the motion of Alderman 1'errin, seconded by Alderman G.Evans, the matter was referred to a Committee of the Whole for report ; also that a telegram be sent to the Titles office asking them to take no action in the meantime, From the Department of Lands-, saying that £75 had been set apart out of this year's vote for gardens in this district, viz., £50 for Den-iliquiu Gardens and £25 for the Moama Gardens. From Mackenzie Brothers, saying there ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

*'K An Honesty Hfl^R v-.@i Man's Words. fBf» gfWk*W[ Mr. Gko. Millard Walker Hawera, New i KFt^^^B BBL^K&Lt: Wl Zealand, a hale, hearty and aetive man, told «z^jj|j!jl*^^^B . °T' his own experience to a reporter of the Hawera gjttjjjfj!? I^^^^B '; & M°rninS Post- wno look down hls word& Mr- ^aMsW I^^^B W Walker, who cafne to New Zealand as a private fpTftzaaJgl^^^H §m the Queen's Own Regiment—and later on lll^RjI^^^I went through the Maori War serving under ^^ii^Jr^^^H § General Chute, exchanged the life of a soldier /pflTvm^a '-^^^B for that of a gold miner. It willbe seen that he llfi^3 ij^^^H ? ? ^- had suffered severely from Sciatic Fever and ^*aStL|jf'^^^M fBnEriS'Ague, and Rheumatic Fever, and was treated f|ggs||.^^B VU\%°«. Wi unsuccessfully by hospitals and doctors. Me, iyMu|}j^^M 1 \%T himself, regarded his case as hopeless. He ' ^psnassjIf^^M '*- ? O was- however, promptly, permanently and ffpjffs itlH^H \ ^ entirely cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pill...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

Blacksmith and Sh^l Forge. I C. LANGSHAWl DESIRES to intimate to the re-i.l«,u . - 1 q.uin and surrounding district | 11 opeuerl as above in the back portion nf »i ' 'S of the KiV&ine Saddlery Emporium a ,', fecl strict. attention to business to merit a tJ ,'m support. . ' J' ~'^B All kinds of Buggies and WaJ repairej, 1 Horseefaoeinffatid General Blacfomini ing by a Competent Tradesman. 1 CHA3RGES MODERAtJ A TRIAL SOLICITED. 1 WANTED I 2,OOQ PELTS 2,000.1 H. L_. JONEsi SADDLER, &c. r»EXILIQLT|.\, fl Oives the flights! Cash Price km Kinds of Puffed Skins. I ? w m Hkies, irc-m 2d to 3|(i per ib. M Shecr^.ki:-!.-. frora-id iofl,' „??;?:.? Horsehair, Be-.~w:»s. ami rdi uln.h o: -cH A. J. WHITELOCi THE RELIABLE TA1L0B. I ..?T^^si'lfiiidcd a .ifii.t:e cv.d -Haried assoit-H IJ newest desiyiis in Autumn and Wiiiitttfl Comprising : English. Irish, and !-'cot(h hM Worsted Coatings and Trousei inis in eM Vnriety. We f;uaianlee a perfect Fit. nn^liS 'proachnble Value. Tho Merce...

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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

?,li^lii^iJi ?il^^^^M ' %^^^^^^Sm^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M .' M^^^#^t-* two^good catches during the afternoon. ?.-;?; ;f| |i At about a quarter to three o'clock H- -*^igp Mohekey and Mudie, the i«-t-6u|l^sini^3^J:feS* ?^i^e;ft;r6y^is^ Saturd^.^w^%;|lKpiil^I ^ra^ts^ ? ^Both. ,-? opened v careP^Bufel -Ji^fe: ^l^ftiy ^|ded;to4he Mil i|SiB^3*^ilg; Sfc V.; Ttt,fcair i-t^^StheBwc^fe|^fc:-. |^^pi|pi^^^^|iedl^te^|^i;^^^; f«l«-l^^|^plp|ii#iBade^|^ft [?] [?]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

?t©iiir Wa^N^ 1 ?pL-iEE STEBET, PF&LtQCl* j ^Hi -V ,*, «;yidav Ti-ws*. Arn)V5 Sportii)?:. ^?IK' i'1 ' ?.:..?*, V.*c»kir. H*wUot,::.Deuiliquir.. ^?^'?'w J\v*W Marine,/ Harmswort!, s ^?frt-i'aiitT.-VrV:'B? Maeazftc. -'.',.*»;! I* *« fenny ?Br1''^ ? ^{ Vstndian JourjA Australian ^?ra^-;) ?: ??,V-*'«'ci*jf)V*i Monthly,' U-aciYs Ore.w ^?»J ?«-!??-.? ?;-'?,-,;„, ]l0VS' nrst, Hare Library, RiV ''-^rpv: l6«-»i«d 'Hit*. SketcUy life] ^R'V'^I' - gR««e. Phoio -flits,- lUustratgl j H^' Y,!;.V w Oif-to-Uftte Novelette. Aldme IT. ?R^ !V.fe:m ¥«*M. -Jl.ri«l«i Hogget, r ,|«e j jKM;. .„« M,:m iVjMi v. M iUer'R Animal ^wrting IB. £* F HOSKING, MB'1-- KXOl-ANli )..H'T, LOS DUX. §SB||r:. li^d-m ?jbn.:irk-.:m iu Gu?;.s Hospita MaWj,,)!.;!..; IJ-ioni-fr^v Sweet, nest to Mr ?Mackenzie Brothers, ?RISfjL STATIOS- KOB.WAnilW« -»'*» , ?WT iOnMISHH»- AM**1*1* ; fflfgg — DiTNILlQUIN,- Hfflffi|M'-l'^M- ??!!^ ?^???»'-y Ootnpaav, Liniitc-a HfeTtifcj!-^ .'.-^.r.- ???..i.rnan.T. ! sHi^i ? — ? - -? m£lL CULLE...

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Farewelling Mr Murray Hooper. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

Far«weIHng Mr Murray '* wfe^^er evidence w^remiir«a Mi wmme 5#stefem-itf-wiiic!t - M-r-.-Mjirjpli-vS l«^|^«ada)y the people^ DenUiqm&i ?^$j!@$$i$^$$&W1 ' He (&fr Jan^s6pf ;^^j!^|i|i^|p| jif one. #-uld ? say^- ^|p^|l^;-t£&^i^a&;du||of:;j^u^ ^^pa^gi^hdcs^j^lQioifay M%y?$ USst JK»%e©^l}E- had se«a ^-jot^jdf^|r^ ». «« (Mr i%i«i KIIk^^v - / ' '^t*. p^jt ~ ! T r'** ? ;?,.!? ?--:? -- mas a brilliant young man, He'^rery much »egi^tted his fiepartme^ but there was no doubt as to his fature careen^ ^hem); £ ifcMr' ^W. King (Secretary «n# \Ti*Ma»et topthe Natives' CrkM GkiU) f^rertea jMrJtooper's ae^aiture; ae^aia lla^i: plight of the Q^ a^ tt ;M^p ^M^ig; to tkk& : afsh^040^%^^^: pl^?4i^p ;JfinMc}a|l§/ *Kfip\Ei^3§fe^B ^geid he ^^Idj^i^fi^ upjl^&|e^a|a- g^flyAIi- I^^fy^^iiie^d^ige^^lS^ W^odj^fsp^I^p^lip^ipfi ?^ealievj.a^|fw|^^jLo%^r^tSdpC\^^ |«^ed ;he:^^lpp^i^^.l^d^-lli [?] [?]

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

The dlscrtaiifyj supst^tivion o'- VPiult.eiiun ;? ifiiii has had to assume iiiatty Htnuigu -ii? ? ' guises in ordt't' to givin -'admission '.io N«ft' South 'SVa'is. U 'has. at tijji.es succeeded i' ; gotting a tt-Hj]jf)ravy iooiiiig, but only !-;-' tv. , ??species of lricl;t;iy v/liifh wa-.i sin-udilv »n- j umsked winui lh* jj'.wpic were ji))j-i3iile«l to | against a trtiidicrous or hood-winke.! -].\irlia- ? mcuii. Its latcsi fiYori i,-^ woi-t-bv of its - previous history. Our }Kiuj)l»?. arc now prae- j tically told that their Kiippurt of tlio -Fedi'val i movement was fbta hwd undur false ])iv;i ?.?»-. -cs, that the Oonsticutio'i which I'r^uti'adbi'.s were prominent- in creating Ijus madu Ivm trade an iiupossiljility. Now. how cau.il bo that the Goimnou weals !i Constilntion, which j its framci's laudod so lii:-hly. makes it- ireaoson for a New South Wales inaii -to uphol.il that principle of irccuoin wliich tiio vaht majority in Lheir State has always cherished, but ? makes it patr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

F^Brtson & Douglas ' 2 BHeded a well-assorted' coiBlgnniertt of \ ^^^Bge stock of Gto«ry and Irolimoi^erj ^?e thanfeit^ the publlo df^p^iJliqdiii '. ^^?Krict for' tlieiri-eaf)port tUlnagJ tlie; lafet; jWsLLABOfMG HOTEL ;;!' :''^^^Bf the ;abore we!iya^|p|lk^in: [i'T'^^^^^^B Winesf Spirits,, uri^'l$B^:;'^fli^tUKa^ u;io;:i ;.^^^^^K Ales .and .'Spiritfl. t - f ii'sfc-cla^S^? [?] [?]

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The Federal Elections. MR J. M. CHANTER ADDRESSES THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

The Federal Elections. MK J. M. CHANTER ADDRESSES THE ELECTORS. On 'Wednesday evening last Mr J. M. Chanter addressed a large number of electors at the Town Hall. The Mayor (Mr F. Jane) brietlv introduced the candidate, and asked for a patieut hearing. Mr ChftDler congratulated Mr Jane on hi: appointment as Mayor, aud also referred to the distribution of electors rights, particu lars of which will be found elsewhere. Mr Chanter said it had been said that the Federal elections was a contest between freetrade and protection ; it was nothing of the kind. This state had never had free trade, or never would have. The Prime Minister said that about £H,uOQ,O()O would be required, and that it would have to be collected from the customs. The other side did not deny that statement ; aud when it is considered that there is no difference of opinion the electors would naturally ask the reason why the contest is entered upon so bitterly. He repeated that it was not a contest between freetrade ;tu...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

The Rivers.— The Muwtff f ,H is Sin. b.s.l. ; Wahgunyab, «*. '.']H ton, 4ft. 7in. ; Swan Hill. Yfimm\ low. The Murrumbidgee a ^V 2ft. ; Wagga, llin. ; Hay, % DtM ranald, b.s.J. The Darling at ^^—W 4in.; Wilcannia, no report, H JO}i&. ; lienindie, 3b- ^M J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

BCAlte* BMtti »r.NTno- KVCA&WM relic vna Instantly -? neaOaelto, TooMmene Kfeoralstfl InluMUft, Ac. Stever be without it

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

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Fiscal Facts for Federalists. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

Fiscal Facts for Federalists. The ' Evening News,' of Saturday, in a leading article, says : — In Mr James Ashlon for Riverina the freetrade party has one of its very best representatives, one who has never swerved nor faltered, and to whose credit may be counted the refusal of a Ministerial portfolio, for which many others were eagerly contending. *? *?. , * * From 1890 to 1899 the number of Males employed in the factories of Protectionist Victoria fell from 47,596 to 44,000. The Female employees however increased from 8,700 in 1890 to 16,000 in 1899. During the same period the Male work ers in Freetrade New South Wales in creased from 40,700 to 47,000 and the 'Females groin 4,000 to 8,000. New South Wales therefore, at the end of I899, employed 3,000. more Males in factories than Victoria, and the. Protec tionist State has. exactly doubled the number of her Female factory hands. Here are the figures': — VICTORIA, 1890. Males employed in Factories ... 47:596 Females ,. ,. „ ... 8,7...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

lotet TattersaiS's, Deniliquin* E F. DE FRAGA KS to announce that theg above Hotel is now replete with every comfort Bad convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilated, and the Accom Ki first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining RATH ROOMS (Ladies1 and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER ?Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class B- Groom constantly kept in attendance. H) GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND YARDS. ?I attention given to Lively, Bait & Letting ?p and Double Harness gorses, Buggies, Gigs, etc., and .Ladies' B aud GeiitieiTicii's i Saddle^litfckis always on Hire at shortest H notice, and at reasonable rate. Rachesfor Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from Tattersall's. ?). only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ?Usher's Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty. ?iRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. B C. F. De FRAG A, Proprietor. K^You need not jsmui to Town f W y *j*&amp...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

: In the House of Commons Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, the Chancellor of the Ex chequer, was questioned regarding the issue ,of the new war loan of £11,000,000 and of £3,000,000 of Treasury bills, and generally as to the cost of the war. In reply, the Chancellor of the Exchequer said that the cost to date had been £81,500,000, and that the outlay on it at present was at the rate of /1 ,250,000 per week. That a great deal of ill-feeling exists amongst the general population in Germany, against Great Britain is shown by the Ger man newspaper comments upon the present visit of King Edward to that country. Many of these comments have degenerated into venomous attaeka, not only on the King himself, but also on Great Britain and the British. Thoi4Noith German Gazette.' a principal daily paper published* in Berlin, denounces these attacks on the King as positively brutal, particularly in view of the fact that His Majesty's- visit i& purely non polifcical ic character, its purpose being...

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