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

Creeps on Like a I Thief in the HigJ The Cae* of ? Mrs. E. R. HYDE. I \V-= directed a repot '(r to v,.,, I ' Elizabeth li.,«.*inal?-Hv* Jf v'*B Viihi«, Erskinevilie-.-oad.' X-;u', '? obtain sonic f^ts about; \-tv H«. '*.?'? ??'- 'I have l*.en informed VtM ? aenously unloosed, and maJe'i ZM recovery?^ --»aiij« -? -' Your information was c,,;te J »-a» U,e re,,»y. ' I am .^ J ? to atiMbui* icy uhv.-i» to the diffJS the Australian and Kuglish Q]jM whether ic was biwighf. aWtthZM _oi.we an upjilieatkm io luuj,,^ JM .atf boil* v. mbii,j..l WeM ^M upaii .me in a most hiMdioiw-niiL»a| t.h^iin the niirlii, hvUv i aJiili really ill 1 noticed ,r,y tkil, '? 4 and ! he colour leaving Illy fa* '» ^,'iMv.--l from the old fioniitry 1* ? ? ' proud of my may complexion,'^ „,? ? ;c was, to say the least, unwebiiie'ttH ufter noticing ihis change } iogJH uverytliinp I ate disagreed wiihin, fl was ]ir,ki ami a sense oi hhw ;„ [j;l .lire::tly my meals weit tUmiti ' fl ?.?oridiuons were corstaur. ami lie^f...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Maurice Gerald's Dramatic Company. A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

Maurice Gerald's Dramatic Company, A BRILLIANT SKCXE'SyS. The above Company made their first apperaHcem Deniliquin on Tuesday even ing last, producing a fine military drama, ' Under the British Flag,' to a fairly good house. If there was- any doubt in. the minds of the people of this district as to the genuineness of the Company it was at once dispelled on Tuesday night. Unfor tunately they could not play as advertised on Wednesday owing, to the hall being let for Mr Chanter's meeting, but last even ing they produced 'Conn, the Shaughran' to a full house, and all we can say is, that the production was splendid. We have seen many ' Conn's,' but Maurice Gerald's ''takes the bun.' He gave a true rendering of what an Irishman should be, and at no time overstepped the bounds of good manners by trying, to burlesque. His performance of * Conn ' has to be seen to be appreciated. He was well supported by Miss Alice Rede, who is gradually winning her way into the hearts of the theatre-going p...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Federal Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

Federal Jottings. Tin; ?? Kivoriui' (.'burn-all ' (Chum-all sc called because it mixes things up) holds Mr Ash ton responsible for the fact that the farmer cannot be nssistf-r] by a protectionist policy in his cum petition in the world's marKct wiin tun products ot tlie pauper labor of India, Eyypt. and Russia. What Mr Ashton said was that as the price in the world's market eouM not be raiswi by a tariff — and the Australian wheat-farmer must in the future accept the world's price — there were only two ttays in v.hich the farmer could be assisted. Oue was by giving him all that he used in the work of production at the1 lowest possible price, and the other by cutting railway rates down as low as possible. ' Protection,' Mr Ash ton argued, was an obstacle in the way of both of these de siderata. In the first place it raised the price of commodities unduly ; in the second place by diverting into private pockets money which should go into t'he Treasury, it reduced the land available lor...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Successful Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

Another Successful Sale, Yesterday Messrs Mackenzie Bi others held a clearing sale at Mr fc.. Doi-r r, farm. As at M alone Brothers sale a few week's ago, prices for draught horses were good, tlie highest being given by M-p J. Lawson for a three-year-old colt by Mavei Bros, well-known stallion, Victor, while a two ;yefar-old by the same sire realised £2'}. The cattle, although small, were in prime condition, and sold from £1 15s for year lings up to £7 7s for fat cows. A large quantity of hay was also offered, and realised up to 1 5s per ton. There was a good attendance at the sale, and besides a good luncheon, there was a plentiful supply of cool drinks. The following are the prices realised for the horses : — DRAUGHTS. Cbirlie, bg, a— rl. Burns; £15 10s.. Prince, b g, a — Mr Trounsen, £19. Victor, b k. 5vrs — J. llochford, £22. Black m, 2yrs J. Hoelilord, £27, Nap. b g, aged— G; Russell, £18. Dolly, b m, aged— W. Mit4lir.il, £20. C'hkfie, blk f (unbroken )—D. Hamilton, £24. Ch {.'...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Electors' Rights, ARE NOW OBTAINABLE AT THE COURT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

The Electors' Rights. ARE NOW OBTAINABLE AT THE COURT HOUSE. Bswra. Mr Chapter commenced hisaddrcss be referred to the electors rights, which had not thsr reached Deniliquin. We are pleased to intorm the electors of the town and district that they arrived yesterday moraine, aoiare now available for distribution. We hava been requested to state that in order :o avoid dissapoiutment the rights should be called for at the Court-House, and thai, tot \ the convenience of the public the oflice will ) be open from 9 a.m. till 9 p-m. until dis tributed. The police have already com menced their arduous task, Sergeant Morris attending Doel's sale yesterday for that purpose.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

Church Services. I CHURCH Of EXGLiSD. I . .Second Sunday in Lent— Den«!iou;n B 1 8 and 11 a.m., and evening at 7.30 p.m, f v«n. ArclidsajjjJ PKESBTTKB1AX CHDHCfl. 1 Deadliquin— Morains aad Eveuinu. 1 Rev. EobenJ WESLErAIf CHUECH. I . Deniliquiu — Morning.. S Deniliquin. — Evening. H MrAJ.il TocvnjKval — Morning and Evening. 9 ? Bev.i.sj. dj

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

Open Column. ( IF.- ilf i.J aecdiwerily itterttijt, ourmfcux with the fiau-i tj-presttid oy uur eurrexjioiidciit*.) the matchbox trick. :' In the Editor of The Indemnulent.y ?Sir, --Koilowiug is the text of a letter, which! have ;ioi.lrus=e-J to the editor of your contemporary, the ' Riverine .ourual.' I Would be glud it you would um) liiiil splice fur it : — [Corv.j Silt. — I ;»in sure you will permit me an inch or two of vciiir siiaee in rtiijoh to short-lv renlv to vmir nuservairiii-s cu my siory ot ?? ilie Matchoox Trick.' I will uo: bother with detail?, nor shall 1 :iak any one to accept my unsupported statements i» relation tii the matter. You quote from ;i newspaper (.pre SJtnab y ?? i'ii.i Age ') to show that the uiaiuli industry insteud of being a losing one for the people o' Victoria. i» inJced a highly profitable one. This view you yourself heartily eudurisc. Prior to the establishment of the match factory matches went, into use in Victoria Jadeu with duty paid to the amo...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

RjRSDAY NEXT. Leaping sale ? — AT — hOMEWOOD FARM.' B(8 miles from Deniliquiu on Haj Eoad). Commencing at 12 of Clock. sharp. BrKENZlB BROTHERS have received in-. ? struei ions from Messrs JI^VKB Brothers, ? bv Public Auction, at abdve tune and place, Kt the Slightest Keserve, the whole of Res, Cattle, Contractor's Imple ? ments, Drays, &c. ^m Comprising — Bthe draught stallion I VICTOR, ^B BY WAEKIOE. Krs old, bred by the late Mr P. Tracey. ^m Also.— He»tl Draught and Lipht Horses, 20 head ^Kixcd Cattle. 2 Tip Drays, 1 Lennon's Scoop. ? Earth Scoops. 1 I'loujrlu 1 Set Harrows, 1 ^Roller, 1 JIassey Harris Cultivator, 1 Cliaff ^Ktter 1 Scarifier. Blacksmith's Tools, Anvil Hhd Bellows, 12 Sets Drarght Harness, and ^Kher sundry Harness, 2. 200-gallon Tanks, 1 ^B?t Waogon Wheels, a large assortment of ^Beful Sundries, and 30 tous 3-teet Firewood. ^?g the above Sale, we will also Offer on ^Bf account of Mr A. L. Sttaver— H^lass Waggon & Team of ^m Horses (complete), ^^K- ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 1 March 1901

iESEEL 1 0RQ/1N3, 1 ISs.PALIIld V ' I A Fop For ? H8ME USE. CHURCH USE, j £ The ESTEY Organ is J Y Best and Cheapest Honey oil W Buy. ? _' J « Send for Catalogues & Prices, I 4 W.H. PALING & CO,, LI I 338 CEORCE ST., SYDNEY. I flfltiF-liOIilDiiY jHEEl A LL. Employees interest^} us to nm J^\. tailt-1'.oliiiay should be tin Wiiiral Saturday, are requested to attemi a meffiEl held at the Uiobc Hole!, on Wednesfaji nest. ' I J. DAXcdj TENDERS. ? TEN'D^KSare invited for errorine sW^BBJ of six wii e fencing-. Tewlers wl1'1 H^H 8t.h Maroti. Copy of agrceraeui at ?' Ju^^^^H Office. ^^1 j. uii^M ? \^l BOARD M*B RESIDES VACANCIES for a few BoaboeB^H Table. Apply~MJ?s Slamas, 'W^M Edward Street. ^^H ? — — ~~^^B j*OWN HALL, DENILMM TO-NIGHT? TO-NIGHB MAURICE GERALD'SM Dramatic Coffljfl .'? TREMENDOUS SUC'!R*^M LADY'S NIGHT. LADY'S -''?? A NEW VERSION OF THE POPC^^^H EAST LY» Mies Alice Rede as Lady Isabel. Maut'«i(^M Frances Leveson. ^^^H Supported by Mr Gerald's full J^M HOUSES...

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

DOCTORS PRESCRIBE I DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS I FOR PALE PEOPLE I SATISFACTORY AND PERMAHEMT RESULTS. I Da. Bouechier's Geetifigate. I i2 J Redfern Street, ? Sydney, NS.W. 1 To the '?? . ? :.,'? ''.;;?/;' ' 1 Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., m Sydney. m Dear Sirs, fl For some, time I have 9 been in the hahit of recommending Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to my patients with excellent results. As a ianic, their effect is most satisfactory and permanent. In A naemidy Chlorosis, and allied dis eases I have found them very valuable, and in irregularities they are un equalled. (Signed), j. a BomcniER, m.d., F.S.Sc. (Lond.), J.P. , Late Government Medical Officer, N.S.W, $, Ansemia (Bloodlessiiess)— Cured. i *'To the D*. WiixrAMs' Medicine Co., SvBSe*-; ' Dkar Sirs, — I have been suffering- for the last three 'years from z rathe- foolish act. One day in summer three years ago, whilst I was very hot, I took a cold . water bath. This brought on serious irregularities.', 1 became very weak in my feet an...

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

ECHUCA. During shunting operations at the local railway station on.Fridaya truck became derailed and the passengers by the.4.2i) a.'nv. traiii from Ben'digo hud to be landed about a quarter of a mile from the jtatiou.: Traffic was only delayed about half an liour. ''. ? ? - ... ' The annual harvest thanksgiving services were conducted. in several of the churches on Monday. Mr David Christie, who haa been secretary of t lie Echuca Agricultural Society, Ecliuca Hospital and the Loyal ltodney Lodge, l.O.O.F.j for many- years, is about to leave the town for Melbourne, towing to the condition of his wife's health. '; A sale of Crown lands yras held here on Tuesday, md was the most successful for some considerable time past. -Forty- three lotew. re offered, of which 51 were sold. ' - -'?' : ; Private W. A. /Parr, of the If ew -South Wales [tn^limo.ii. was wefeouiedi home on Tuesdav nistht at Aloamii, the mayor occupying the chair. About 400 were present, including. Mpatna and. Echuca coun...

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

Sporting; Mems. ! By Wkj,lesi,ky.'1 The r«)l'»win-' tire tbc Handicaps for the Kcrang Turr Club's Meeting on I3lli March:— Trial Handi eiifj. — No Mi.-oaki;. 10.8; Mayflower, 'MO ; Mishap «,3 ; Did; Turpin, 8. 1« ; No Gold. 8. 10 ; Ace, 8.0 ; JMycoinlie. '.^ti ; Mystic, 7,7 ; Pilot. 7.5 : Mol v B.. 7.8: Kusitc 7.2; Wyotia, G.I I ; tlona. -i.t»J ; Busli anan. tf.iu ; Nyrecn, «.1U ; Prototype. 0.10; Moss Ko.se. (i.h) ; lFunbe», C.7. Kcriiiig Handici)).— lunmviiigs. 10.2 ; Martyr, !-.i:j ; Onrricks-ford, 11.12 ; DoustcrSAiivel, !J.5 ; Gris clda, y.2 ; Woodstock1 8.12 ; Jackson, 8.7 ; May flower, 8.« ; Spoilt Girl, S.i ; Starlight, 8.4 ; Buck iiiKliain,-8.3 ; Koyal, 8.0 ; Mavis, 713; Miss Wycombu 7. JO ; Flying Jib. ''.'»: Mish.it-, 7.9; Fancy Froe. 6.9 ; Addiscombe, 6.0 ; llystio, 0.7 ; Monircl, 0.7 ; Nyreeii, --.7. l'ony Handicap. — Ferrymaid, 'J.7 ; ltubin, 87; Grey Gown. 7.1*2 ; May Hose. 7.S : .Snow-flake. 7.1 ; Mollie, 7.0; Gold , Bird. G.I 2 ; Bow Hells, G.12: Bluewing, 0.9 ; Bla...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket Chatter. NATIVES v. DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 March 1901

Cricket Chatter. NATIVES v. DENILIQUIN. [By Duck-Egg.] On Saturday last the. above clubs met on the local cricket ground in the final match of the season. The match will decide the premiership, which rests, be tween the above teams, and it will no. doubt be concluded tormorrow. The Matives. had the first use of the wickets and put togetner 142. runs tortneir innings., AC. the call of time Deniliquin had lost six wickets, for 75. As the match has to be- . played to a finish, a good and exciting, game should result.. Jack Heriot and . Billy Burns both batted in fine form, the former ^scoring 64 by first-eiass cricket^ and the latter 43. Hynes was to the fore for, Deniliquin making 25 by hard-hitting,. Langley (who is not out) made 1.8 by nice cricket. - Hynes on Saturday agaia sus*. tained his reputation as a bowler by tak ing 7 wickets for 37 runs. The fielding, of the Natives was good, but not so that of Deniliquin. There was some exception, taken to two decisions of tlie umpires, a...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kipling on the Death of the Queen. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 March 1901

.Kipling on the Death of the Queen. As usual, it whs Hud/ard Kipling.' and not Allied Austin, who pliiycl poet laureate ia '?The Times' ? with the following unsigned lines : — ? . j Mother of Mothers, Queen of Queens, ! Rulers of Hulers, Lord of Lords ; War harvests, but the Reaper glean* A richer prize- than siwi-ds. (joiI help oar Midland, for we stand Orphaned of her who inuiJe us one -r . The honor of the Fatherland, Her liope, her trust, her sun. Afar, where summers burn aud glow, . ... The subject peoples of our race Shall sec uieh stricken .Master go. With tears upon his face. The nation, ait her dying, born. Shall weep beneath the Southern Cross, And with hnr mother-country mourn Irreparable ioss. The scattered inlands of l.er realm Khali droop the emblem of her sway Who through the long years grasped the helm Through the laborious day. And flashing lights shall signal far Their tidings to the passing 6hips, , To tell the sinking of her star. Her sorrowful eclipse. Oh, Mothe...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Queen Victoria's Insurance. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 March 1901

Queen Victoria's: Insuranae. 1 Inquiries in the city (says the ''Daily Mail _'') indicate that the amount which will be, paid out by'the insurance companies over the Queen's' death will be about a quarter of a iu'illiou.''- ?..,'??..?' ' ' : - -Uyery ofiice practically, is 'full' ; that is, ha^r, policies on the. Queen's life up to the limit i* it. cares to jtake. There are about eighty offices. - . ] . ? -Tlie limit - varies with different -offices. While some will not insure any one. life, Queen's or, subject's, for more than £2,000, there are. one or Wo which^vili take a risk up to £10,000, ^ but ^he aviSage limit is about £4;0OOor £5,009;. ? / . - The American office? certainly take' up to. £40,000.011 a shigle life, but the inviolable rule ; of ' Aruei'icau offices, especially,^ when dealing,, with large risljsj is for a medical examination d£ ihe ih?ura^.-.. About five jears -ago-the'i'C . v;as ari attempt to insure heavily the life : of the Duke of Edinburgh, but the Duke wou...

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

S^cksmit£JT5B c. lancshah rjESIRES to intimate to the „„? , H 4J quin and surrounding J; ^enN^H op^ied an above in the back i»»- ct- lta_____ of*e R.verine S*di^B^'« *tt!M AH kinds of Buggies and \\M repaired. ^H Horseshoeingand General Black.]! ing by a Comment Trades JM CHARGES MODErJB ?u A TRIAL SOLICITED,! 2,000 PELTS 2JB ?H- t_. JONeB SADDLER, &c, DEKILIQOK, H Gives the Highest Cash Price i«H Kinds of Fm-re_ Skins, mm Hides, from 2d to 3 id per ib 'HE Sheepskins, from 4d to 6d --SBE Horsehair, Beeswax, and all kinds of j?n,JH| A. J. WHITELOiB THE RELIABLE TAILOR. H JUST landed a larpe slid varied a WJp\\ newest designs in Autumn ami W'iv§fe Comprising : English. Irish, and awi'iflF'-! ? Worsted Coatings and Trousering iii Jt^ Variety. We guarantee a perfect h anKjrjr proachable Value. The Mercery DeummJ_|_i prises ail the latest styles in— |_H -%*T1Pv '. ;,.'?= . . ? ' '' SHIRTS.. EH ? HOSIERY. ifl UUGf:if'i_H All fp .To Date Hoots. B Remember Our FOX'S No 4 SUITS 10 On...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr Ashton at Hay. A SPLENDID RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 March 1901

fir Ashton at Hay. A SPLENDID RECEPTION. ?Mr James Ashton, the freetrade and lilieral can didate for Rfverina. addressed the electors at the Academy of Music on Monday night. The Mayor presided. Additional seats had been put into the hall to accommodate th e large attendance, and the hall was crowded Sn every parr. Mr Ashton was supported on the platform by Messrs McDowell. Dill, Baxter, Thacker, Lawson, Weir,. Wilkinson, J. Oallaway, Beveridge, Rutledge, Collins. Duggan, G. Melrose, junr., T. Wood, Elliott, Wynne, Goddard, T. Ryan, and S. Cameron, members of his committee. The candidate was most attentively listened to, and frequently applauded. The melting lasted /till nearly 1 1 o'clock. After Mr Ashton had dealt exhaustively with the questions which the Federal Government would be called upon to deal with, and also replying to the accusations which had been made against him with regard to Federation and the South African war, he resumed his seat amid tumultous cheering. We publi...

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

[obertson & Douglas lave added a wcli assorted consignment c£ [rockery & Glass I Ware Kd district for their support during the ast Klve months, trust by the excellent qua ity Rndlow prices of all their gooda to merit a Kontinuaucc of the same in future. H NOTE THE ADDEESS : ?)BERTSON & DOUGLAS, ? NAPIEB STREET, DENILIQUIN, ?E BILLABONG HOTEL ? CONARGO. ?AMES WHITE, ! pleasure m Winging under the notice of the residents of Conakgo and Disbeict so (lie Travelling Public that he has lease of the above well-known Hotel from lowers, snd (rusts by keeping only the very mds of Wines, Spirits, and Beer, to merit a re of support. ? . . ' ? : . i) Accommodation. for Tkavellbks. 'irs» class stabling. A Trial Solicited. JAS. WHITE/ Proprietor. (la(e of Jerilderie.) EBRIDGEHOTEL Napier Street, Deniliquin. ^ T. BOUCHIER, BHES to intimate tohia many Friends in [Deniliquin and District that lie lia's'leased he well-knowu Hotel, and hopes bvi strict b to business to merit a f...

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

The Worker o§ Victoria. Mr J. M. Chanteh. has addressed the electors on two occasions, and on each occasion most of the time was devoted in endeavourijig to show how more prosperous was Victoria than New South Wales, and how much better off were the workers of the sister colony. Mr Chanter had no doubl forgotten the fact that half the electors of this district are Victorians, and that they know consider ably more about Victoria than he does, not withstanding that he was a resident of that colony some 30 years ago. Ask the Vic torians in this town would they return again, and the answer from 90 per cent, would be in the negative. We arc told of the benefits under protection to the working- man, but they are hardly reliable. Now and again the truth is exposed, as the following report, taken from the Melbourne ' Age ' will show. It will be seen what 30 years pro tection has done for the worker of that colony. In its issue of February 15 (p. 4) the '* Age ' makes this statement in jusii...

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

Gruesome Imagination! A Disordered Liver. The Case of Mr. «l. M. PALMrT; (For the Ltichhardt Str ^i One of the most astonish =? ,o, , covery from a serious illnos:; V.|' , ing was investigated by a w-p. . ^ '*' office in.oraer that ve'niay In., d. '.?'.' ' notice of our readers a praciu--, ?? ,f, of the phenomenal success wl ii)i a'' ' branch of medical science has a-y :DV[! 1 evidence has-been given, bv .Mr, 'jc»i-i''J Palmer, residing at No. ii20 Alb , ?' Leiehhardt, who narratedliis exij^i :' . ' the following manner : — ' 'I 'Fifteen years of my fcie vt-n ,,, miserablo through contiiiii.it,s ,;,1 pains in my head, and. similar p.in,. .?'.''. intense pain, often attacked niv iii' organs. The torture v/as sometimes sol that I used to feel inclined to knoi brains- out I often thought my ^ faculties vera becoming weak, us 1 t.j not settle my mind. suuiKiently to do clerical work.' *?' How did'your-complaint originate''1 '?It waa brought on through a wd 'm 1 believe. I know I felt sh...

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