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

Ck smith and Shoeing I Forge. I. LANGSHAW, liq ,tovc in Hie back portion ot the premises IdKTverie Sddlery Emporium, and trust ^y ?aKiS to boriiuwlo merit a to* share of ?rt. ? . ?kinds of Buggies and Waggons I repaired. ?cshoeingand General Blacksniith Kg by a Csmpetentlradesnian.. MARGES MODERATE.. ?A TRIAL SOLICITED. | WANTED... loOO PELTS 2,000. 1 L. jo n e: s, ? SAUI'MCB, ffC HEN1HQU1N,. : I Ihe Highest Casi) Price for al! I Kinds of-Vred Skins^ H Hides, from. S-1 to 3M per lb. ?- ^R Sheepskins, from hi to Oil par-Ib. HpiaiJ1. Beeswax, aud ali kinds of .Sundries. ??? |J. WHITELOCK, ? THE RELIABLE IMLfJIL. :! ^B'l !;;!i(ici;l m ]:)i:pu hii«i vari«il :i =«-i:( men ^Rnvcs: ilusijjUri ia Antumu mini Winter (jood ^?-iii.^ : liiijrlisib, Irisb, aud Scotch Tweeds ^Bi ('namiL's aud TmiiFct'w^.'s in endles ^m. We uiiaranlec :i perfect Kit, ;iu-l uuap ^Briilc V:ilne. The jHensery. peyartiiieut- cum ^Kll till: IlltOl M V1CS iUr— '.' ?1KS- ' ' ? V'-, ?? ?? ^B' t'C'l.],A US;. :;/;.r -.??,-....

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

Rheumatic 1 Fever, * I Reduced toj* Shadowfl Now Restored*) Healtfl The Ca«e of ^H Mrs. H. M. REILLY. H Although the old Sydney and *^JM I Street, -. . .re not made Wthe nS*B 1 cal precision of straightness whi«h 7h V ? ? ? tenses the roadway* of. more reeenfB ?tructnn, still, in many j^ M abT--.'r... angles and curves have a « rH . traveller to readily take a turn from ' ''? , . street, where the populace are hum-in jH jps.'mg eachotheiin the pursuit orikfl ; .daily vocations, into a more peaceful „,!» sphere in close proximity, where tho ?*? , and bustle are all left behind. '*? ; ' Even, this quiet neighbourhood was t,.fl distracting for my nerves to tolerate JS I was ill,' said Mrs. Hannah Maria Rail JB No. 48 Rose-street, Darlington '?» pressman who had called. w^m 'Will you be kind enough to give ,? outline 01 your sickness ? ' ^H 'With pleasure. I had a Mrm atyM of rheumatic fever.. I was ailing so 9 that I thought I was doomed to suffer f»fl the remainder of my life. A feeli...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Coursing Club Sports. THE PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 March 1901

Deniliquin Coursing; Club; Sports. TEE. PROGRAMME.. ' ^ The following is ; the- programme of Sports- to be held 6a Wednesday next :. — PON Y JUMPING CONTEST, for ponies 14.2. a.u. Over such jumps as. the Stewards may direct.. First Prize, £1-.. Entrance,. Is. HORSE. JUMPING CONTEST; over sheep hurdles. . First,. £1 10s.. Enhance, 1*6-L ' ? HANDICAP PONY TROT,, opea to ponies 14.2., a.u.. About one mile; Fiisfc, £1. Entrance, Is. HANDICAP HORSE: TROT, about two miles. First, £2., Entrance, 2s. PONY RACE,. Sweepstakes, open, to ponies 1&2. a..U.. PONY RACE, open to ponies 12.2 a.iu About half-a-mile. First,. 10a. En. 6-L WOOD CHOPPING CONTEST, 18in. logs. First, £1 and Trophy,, valued at £1 Is,, presented by Mr A. j. Whitelock,. Tailor, Cressy Street. Entrance, Is. * '''. HANDICAP RUNNING HOP; STEP, ; anj- JUMP. First, Trophy,, valued au £1 Is, presented by Mr L. Wi Quick- En trance, 6d. THROWING. CRICKET BALL. First Prize, Wisden's Cricket Ball, valued afc 7s 6d, presented by...

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 — 15 March 1901

Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Fourth Sunday in Lent— Deniliquin,. morning ana evening. Birgnnbijjil— Afternoon. Ven. Archdeacon Holt PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH; Conargo— Moraine. Tliolobin— A ftrrnoori'. Deniliqu in — B vening. Rev. Robert Welsh. WESLEYAN CHURCH. Deniliquin — Homing. Mr A. T. Emry, MoraRO— Morning. Dcniliquin— Evening. Rev. A. S. J, Harding. Ladies' Benevolent Society. — Tbe usual monthly meeting of this Society was held at the Town Hall on Monday afternoon last, when there were present— Mr J. G. Evans (in the chair), and Mesdames Glyde, Hen nessy Norris, M'Cnllough, and Sparrow, Miss Noyes, and the Rev. Father Treacy. Accounts amounting to £4 7s 6d -yere passed :or payment, and it was stated that six cases lad been relieved weekly during the month Mesdames Norris and Hooper were appointed the visitors for the month, and the meeting ermmated. b

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sudden Death of Ex-Judge Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 March 1901

Sudden Death of Ex-Judge Forbes. It Jud^e D. G. Forbes, who sat on the District Court bench in this State rfor many years, died suddenly at his rooms at the Cromer Club, Phillip-street, Sydney on Thursday afternoon last week. Although v.., h.A jfnoii ailing for some six weeks pre vious, his death ^ not expectedso suddenly,, and his demise created some surprise. &x- .ludoe Forbes had arranged to go for a walk with his wife, and was waiting in his^rootn whilst she dressed, when he was suddenly seised with a tit, faom wh*ch he did not, recover. His medical attendant, Dr. A. A. CohenT of Darlinghurst, was, suminonod, immediately he became ill, bui ^upon. the doctor's arrival life was- extinct. Dr.; Cohen states that death was^due to cerebral hemorr hase, and that it was his- second severe attack. : ?' Ex -Jud^e Forbes- wasbom on, May 19, 1819, fi.ve°day»- before the birth of the late Queen Victoria. He commenced his educa tion at Sydney, but afterwards proceeded to England aud s...

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

Kerang Races. The armual meeting of the Kurang races was held on Wednesday, and was highly successful, the weather being all that could be desired. There were large fields in every race. In ihe Pony Race Mr Mona han, the owner ot May Roser protested against tirey Gown, on the ground of having run on an untegisted course. On the auplication of Monahan, the consider ation wat deferred for 14 days. Mf J.. W. Chanter acted as judge. Results:. — Trial Handicap. — Rustic, 1 -r Mycotnbe 2 -r Dick Turpin, 3. Time Handicap Trot.— Jubilee, 1 ; Derby, 2. Kerang Handicap.— Fancy Free, 1; Mayflower, 2; Addiscombe, 3. Pony Race — Grey Gown, 1 (protested); May Rose, 2; Black Watch, 3. Flying Handicap. Rustic, 1 ; Fouiwings 2 ; Miss Wycombe, 3. Welter Handicap.— Starlight, 1; Dick Turpin., 2 ; Addiscombe, 3.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANOTHER SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 March 1901

AaNoiriTER SUDDEN DEATH.. A-nother ex-jiudge o£ the New. South Wales District Court died suddenly on., Monday, in the person, of Mtr A^lSred M'Farlane,. who for ' HO years occupied a seat on the bench, and retired nine years agok He was in. his usual health, up to 5* 0 clock on Monday,, and had bsen in conversation with a member of his fitinily ai his residence at Neutral Bay only a few minutes before he was found dead by his daughter. He was. born near London derry in 182'ii, and admitted to the bar in Dublin, lie subsequently practised in Eng land, and in- 185.7L was- appointed, by the Imperial Government as sole judge in Western Australia, which position- he held for three y«ars, afterwards coming to Sydney, where lie jmuitisud as, burr-i'ster until he was elevated to. the bench. Tho Government Astronomer has received ; a report of a phenomenaL dewnpouc a.t Com bagolong, 20 miles west from Coonarnble. The storm broke over the township on Feb iruary 17, -and so heaA'y was the delu...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Melbourne Markets. Wednesday, March 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 March 1901

Melbourne Markets. Wednesday, March IS. Fat Sheep.— The market was moderately supplied, only 11,80c having been yarded, including several representative drafts of good and prime mennoes. The demand was brisk for all lots suited to trade requirements, best descriptions releasing improved rates. Prime cross bred wethers, 16s to 18s 6d, according to weight and quality ; good 14s to 15s 6d ; middling, 13s to 13s 6d ; prime cross bred ewes, 13s 6d to 15s;. exta prime and heavy, 16s to 17s ad; good crossbred ewes, 12s to 13s ; middling and inferior, 8s gd; prime merino wethers,. 14s gd to 17s, according to weight and value of pelts; good, 13s to 14s; middling and inferior, 10s ; with merino ewes, 8s to 12s 6d. Fat Lambs.— 5,100 were penned. Best descriptions were in steady request at full prices, while second and inferio; were in slack demand, with a weaker tendency. Prime sold at 9s gd to us ; extra, 12s to 13s -r good,. 8s od to gs6d ; others, 7s.. Fat Cattle.— 1,54c yarded, co.n prisin...

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

Robertson & Doil Have added, a well assorted consig!lu,wH Cpockepy & GiaJ Wai*e 1 To their large- stock of Grocery and Irnn ? ^ while thanking the pubiico^ and distnet for tLcw support dutin»irH : . twelve months, truBt by tbc eice'lem fl and low prices of all theii goods h9 continuance of the same in future. ^B . NOSEE THE iDDBEBS ? fl ROBERTSON & DOUQLaJ ' N ABLER STREET, DKKILIQDIK. fl THE: BIU.ABONG HOTfl JAMES WHITEi HAS pleasure «n, bringing under Uicnotictfl residents of Conargo and Dis^l and also- the Tba.vkt.mkg Public that h(V taken a lease of the abow wfiil-known.Hoii^l Mr fi. Rogers, and trusts by keeping onlv tlieS best brands of Wines, Spirits, and Becr'tou^l ^hir share of support. ' ^H : GOOO ACCOMMODA'TION. FOR IbA-VEILH^I : Fitat-class- stabling. A. Trial SolidteJ^M ? . . r J AS-.. WHITE. ? Proprietor. ^| .. v ? (lateotJeriU^B THE BRIDGE HOlB Nagier Street,. Qeniliqutn.. ^H J. T. BOUCHIeB WISHES to iiilimale to his nv,m I'Viet^^H Deniliquiu, ...

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By Electric Telegraph. MR JAS. ASHTON IN THE LACHLAN DISTRICT. HAY, THURSDAY, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 March 1901

By Electric Telegraph. MR JAS. ASHTON IN THE LACHLAN DISTRICT. (From ouk own Correspondent). Hay, Thursday, March 14. Mr James Ashton's meetings in the Lachlan portion of the Riverina electorate have been most successful and enthusiastic. At Mount Hope he addressed a large meet ing on Monday night and made a most favourable impression, especially by his straight answers to the various questions asked, and an influential committee was formed there. At Ivanhoe yesterday he addressed a meeting in the afternoon and met with a splendid reception. Last night he addressed a good meeting at Mossgiel. Advices show that he will have a very large majority in all the Lachlan River centres, and he is assured of good meetings in the Wentworth electorate, which he enters to-morrow. The Riveks. — The Murray river at Albury is 2in. b.s.l. ; Wahgunyah, lft. b..s.l. ; Eus ton, 4ft. 4in. ; Swan Hill, b.s.l.; Ecbuca, low. The Murrumbidgee at Gundagai is 2ft. ; Wagga, 9in. ; Hay, lft. b.s.l. ; Bal ranald...

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

? JOHN ADAM, ?bacconist, Newspaper & News Agent llAlHER STREET, DENILIQUIN. I,,, neferce. Sunday Times, Arrow, Sporting K ; Windsor Masrazine, Harmsworth s K'S; L- Co i' Sazine. Ms New Penny K-i Chorine Cross Magazine, Cas*4ls ?H louri Austrian Jouraal, Australian ft'; 1 ou?nT Veldon's Monthly, Leach's Dross M ? B Smoke, Union Jack. Detective Tal-a, E ™d an«l Sea, Boys' First Rate Library, ? i Library. Heart's Ease Library, True Kvi Ltarv. Illustrated Bits. Sketchy. Bits, ?l) f Ml}' Sloper. Scraps, Snap Shots Answers, B, nn;s Weeklv Cigarette, Photo Bits, Illustrated K i BovV Up-to-Date Novelette , A idine H. Kl v ' ,ri«Uan Herald. Christian Budget. Police ?'r'S? Comic. Comic Cuts, Comic Life, ?S W. Hlusuated Chips. Pick-Me-Up, ? span; Moments, Nuggets, Funny Wondcs, B. m''- Fife Hoire Chat, Homer's Stones. Hw' Slories Home Stories. Goldea Stones. Kv Herald Supplement, Scottish Nights. Hli.'^ Princess. Family. Fireside, ami Ladies Own Helettes. Golden Penny, Miller's Annual ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 March 1901

Presbyterian Church. The Annual Congregational meeting of the above church was held last week, and was presided over by Rev. Robert Welsh. The Session report showed that the services at Denihquin, Mathoura, Conargo, and Moroeo had been well at tended. Quarterly services had been opened at Birganbigil, Wanganella and ftetty fine, and by request ot Lad}' Clarke a monthly week-night service y as held at Cobran Estate. The Communi cants roll was increasing. Mr James Watson (hon, sec.) read the balance-sheet which showed that the affairs of the Church were in a very prosperous state» The Board of Management has forwarded on behalf of the congregation a vote of thanks to Mr Alex. Landale for his generous donation o( £100 to the Church funds. It was also pointed out that dur ing the year no assistance had been obtained from bazaars and sale of gifts. The Sabbath School was prospering under the able supervision of Miss Brodie, and the roll showed a steady increase in the number of pupils. T...

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

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

^B of ? kcca i-r'»^V Bi4;-LUTELY PERFECT.

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Cricket Chatter. NATIVES v. DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 March 1901

Cricket Chatter. NATIVES v. DENILIQUIN. [By Duck-Egg.] On Saturday the match between the above clubs, which was commenced on the previous Saturday, was advanced another stage. The scores on the pre vious Saturday stood. Natives first in nings 1 42 and JUenuiqum six wickets tor 75, and on Saturday last Deniliquin coni - pleted their innings, making 118 runs. The Natives at their second attempt were all disposed of for 93, and at the call of time Deniliquin in their second innings had lost one wicket for 13. ' The day was cloudy and the light none too good. There was a fair attendance of spectators pre sent to witness the match. When the time (6 p.m.) arrived tor the drawing of stumps some misunderstanding arose. Mr Windeyer, captain of the Deniliquin team, consulted with Mr Burns, the Natives cap tain, but he wished to piay until half-past six. Eventually the latter agreed to allow the stumps to be drawn at a quarter-past six, and when that time arrived Umpire Sparrow drew the stumps...

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

Hotel Tattensall's, Deniliquin. ' ftCc* - «i, j_£f'&9?_pk¥vwsjs ?CT^&&BHnfiHnfl^n^^B^^BBcflEflH*an^nin^n^n!nH&^n^n^&^n^n^nfl^n^Bnfln^n^nfl^^nGnw9^&^BW ? . x s^i jt^?^i ifffaTTiiw w 5nTnVn^fflPn^nwS»MHKiWnmn.»^Hniri^Pnir/JBHlB^Tn^nff««^B^MWB^B t C. F. DE FRAGA iQEGS to announce that the|at-6ye Hotel is, now replete with every comfort l|j- and convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilate:, and the Accom liiodaton first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining BOD BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER I The StaWing Accommodation is, unsurpassed in the Colony. A first -class I Groom constantly feept «i attendance. ? GOOD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND 1ARDS. leciai attention given to Livery, Bait & Letting I '-'Single 'and nS«-ferln^SgJB3^'fii^^feg;'Sc.V and life I and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always on Hire at shortest ? notice, and at reasonable 1 ate. Bail Coaches fo» Finley, Ber...

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

PR, WILLIAMS PINK PlLLyi MakeJRich Red Bloodj Rich Red Blood Wakes 1 Weak People Bright, 1 flctfre and Strong! S Anaemia and Lari&our Cured. |'l m Miss Ada Richards, of Karabar-street, Auburn, ne:ir SyiJnev, f M Jr scecntly furnished our reporter with the following, particulars :—?? Aiu..,,t II JR' twel re months ago my strength sqemed to fade. I had been fairly btrun? fi'M m before this, but then I began to suffer acutely. My blooa bec.in.e ve.-y thin \\M « and poor. I was seized with extreme langour and weakness, and stvWe |* 9 M attacks of gido'iness, suffering so much from the latter that I w,s often |V« M compelled to sit down that I might recover mvself. My appetite riVs. ntd f- ' M ® me, and I could only crawl about the house. These.painfut symntoiiivwvre ]\ -9 S accompanied witn neuralgia and most severe pains in 'the diest and ^.],-. Lfm JK My spirits sank as time went on, ar,d ;fl J- 1», *ltM|| ( ' ' ' .' «? ?'*? I V 'I I became most oV!Jres--ecl anl -lis ,' fl Wg ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 March 1901

Federal Jottings. Mr Chanter's latest attempt denying that lie ruconnncndeJ the Nyang exchange was at Stony Crossing. More than once we have had to contradict this statement, and we do so again, and have the Government papers to prove that the exchange was re commended by him in the year 1892. The electors of Moulamein, Barham and Stony Crossing should remember this on polling day. From the Hillsfcon ' Spectator ' we learn that Mr Ashton had a most attentive hearing at Hillston, and that at the close of the meeting a committee of sixty came for ward and enrolled themselves. Mr Cumming was appointed chairman, and Mr P' Beveridge secretary. In reply to a question Mr Ashfcon said emphatically that he was not in favour of the Commonwealth Government imposing direct taxation. The Hillston correspondent of the Hay ' Grazier ' sums up Mr Ashton's meeting at that town as follows : — 'The best political address ever delivered here!' Such is the expression that meets one on all sides, in resp...

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ECHUGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 March 1901

ECHUOA.. About 1 o'clock on .Monday ; ttiirninsr a fire .cojn*' menced in the principal bloiitdt business premises in Hare-streeij; ia a two-story building occupied toy Mr Murray, tailor, ,1'he building was epeeSily inVa blaze, As the family/ which included a number of little cb ildred. Wer^ all asleep upstairs^ the first diffi cultv was id ttetth'e'children out Bafely. This was accomplished.,. The fire hrigaiie prevented the fire from spreading northwards, and the shop occupie i by Mr Darlow was damaged somewbat through water and smoke. The two buildings are the pro perty of Mr Barberis. and were each insured; for £800 i- Victoria insurance Company. That oc cupied Mr Murray had. little left but the brick walls. Mr Murray had -in insurance of £500 on his stock and furniture in the United Insurance office., Mr Darlow estimates his loss at over £50, but was not insured. The cause of the fire cannot be ascertained as Mr Murray states the family had been all in bed for two hours when th...

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

BARGAINS IN MILLINERY. BARGAINS IN DRESS MATERIAL. BARGAINS IN HABERDASHERY. flisses MURPHY & SCHMIDT, ARE NOW SHOWING A Splendid Stock of Millinery and Press Material Suitable for the Season. ONE CALL WILL CONVINCE YOU. MURPHY & SCHMIDT, Tyrer's Buildings, Napier-street, Deniliquin. SEE OUR WINDOW FOR ' ??.(? : ?'.????.? HANDSOME PRIZES: GIVEN AWAY WITH TEA COUPONS. A visit of Inspection will Repay you. P. FAGAN, Cressy=Street STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS. A. T JONES Having a large Stock of Stationery and Fancy Goods left over from Christmas will hold a Clearing jSale for ONE MONTH ONLY, AT ABSOLUTE COST. If you require Photo Frames, Purses, Toys, tationery, and Fancy Goods of any kind, uow is your time to secure Bargains. ? j

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