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

; fill-fl( OS f&M* j ? Adequately describes the busi- 9 ^ neu we are doing in Violins, 4 ? Guitars, Banjos, and Mando- ? ? 1»m. There Stringed Instru- ? 9 menta are daily becoming more J ? popular. Take, for instance, ? 2 the Mandolin and Guitar. ? 2 What a pretty combination can J #' be effected with these graceful « ? Instruments. ? ? You can get ? ? A Lot of Music at ? ? Nominal Cost at % j WE Paling & CO , Ltd. j ? S38 GEOHGE STREET, ? ? 872HZY. « Electors of River ina. JAMES ASHTON, WILL ADDRESS the ELECTORS op BIVER1SA as under :— MOULAMEIN— THURSDAY, 21st MARCH. . BARHAM-FRIDAY, 22nd MARCH. MOAMA—SATURDAY, 23rd MARCH. DENILlQUIJf-MOSDAY, 25th MARCH. WANGaNEiIlAt-TUESDAY, MARCH 26 (11.30) B0OR00RBAN— TUES^^Y, 26th MARCH. HAY-rHURSDAY, 28th MARCH. Commencing in- each case at 8 o'clock p.m. (except where otherwise stated). IMPOUNDINGS. IMPOUNDED at Denj'.iqum the 8th day of March, 1901, from Mundiwa Station, by order of R. H. Landale, Esq. Brown -Gelding blaze fa...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sergeant-Major Weir. HIS DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 March 1901

Sergeant- Major Weir. HIS DIARY. The following letter and diary has been received by Mr J. Weir from his sou Frank, who was wounded on January 12 at lironkhursl, whilst fighting againBt the Boers ; — ?' As I loBt my diary on the day I received my curio, 1 make a few notes on only available paper so as not to lose the date or chain of my wanderings. Our orderly found a ' chaineleou,' which now lives in a branch ot our tent pole — tic uas an enormous tongue with which be pots flies at least six inchest away ; the Tommies (all wounded, this being thii surgical ward) call him a ' camilta.' Some of, the Tommies are very funny, especially one Royal Irish lad, who, when askei by the doctor where he was hit, replied ' Shun;, an' it's hit 0'i am all over, I've a sangcr (meaning schouze) in me eye.' A shell had burst knockiug bis rifle pit on the top of him. Another has eight bulleU in him, being is front of a Boer maxim. One sees many cruel wounds, but the. Tommies take it all in good spirit...

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

r GREAT BANKRUPT SALE I IN THE 'ESTATE OF llOSElS STONE, DENILIQUIN, I AND N. LEVIN, MENINYA STREET, MOAMA. RORDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE ». ? — — — ?— — ^ -^^»— — — — — — — — — i — » — ? — i — — ~ ? The entire Stock must absolutely 'be sold within a few week6 in order that a final ? ' ? dividend may be declared in the Estate. I THIS GREAT SALE COMMENCES ON Saturday next, march teth. [COME ALONG ONE & ALL OF YOU ?Koll up quickly, and we will make things hum for the time we are here. It will be a sweeping ? Sale and when we do use the broom we aweep clean. Everything must go, even at slaughtering ? wices ? we refuse no offer ; in fact stick at nothing. As this is a Genuine Bankrupt Realisation, My ' it certainly must kno %k all the other so called Sales into . I - A GOGKED HAT. I LADIES ! We arc in the midst of it — Slashing, Dashing, Hammering Down the Prices I I 80 in. White Sheeting, usual price Is 6d, now lOd. B 20 pieces White Calico, usual price 6d, now 2s lid per doz...

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

li«THT HORSET^rf (BROKEN OR UNBBOKEK) J From 14 to 16 hands, at ages ranging ^ I to 8 years. '? MACKENZIE BROTHERS huream* u I a Victorian-JJuyer to Visit D^gJ Wednesday, 2Oth MaJ with a view of purchasing good light Horses ? above. I Owners are therefore respectfully reqmswB have any horses they wish to dispose of ii| Council Yards at 9 o'clock on that day. 9 AUCTION SAll Thursday, 21st March, lj HOUSEHOLD PURNITH AND EFFECTS. * ? At 1.30 p.m., sharp. I MACKENZIE BROTHERS are iDstmclalB Mibs Wboldridve to Sell on the ptemifl '? KyoRA,' Deniliquin, us above, all the ^| HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE akd EFFeH Splendid Bedroom Suite ia Mapel. H 3 good Milkers in milk. - H 6 Patent Hives of Bees in full profit. H Inspection invited two days before sale. H MACKENZIE BROTHEEiH f of Sale by Public MM FIRST-CLASS ' ? Agricultural Lanl Thursday, March 28, 'I At the ' Royal Hotel,'' Ueuiliquin. H fl At 12 o'Clock, Noon. H \IT ACKENZIE BRO I' HE US have tataM ilJL with instructions f ? oni Mr Ueoige Im...

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

Federal Elections. On Friday, the 29th instant, the electors of the State of New South Wales will be called upon to cast their votes in favour of the men who they think will best serve them in the Senate and the House of Representa tives. Everv elector must be interested as to the result of the voting throughout the several states; but it is the electors of Riverina, and particularly those of Deniliquin and district, that we are interested in. For the Riverina electorate two candidates have presented themselves for our suffrage, Mr J. M. Chanter and Mr J. Ashton. The for mer is the selected candidate of the Protec tionist Association, and the latter is the nominee of the Freetrade League. Mr Chanter is well-known in this district, and Mr Ash ton equally so in the Hay district, which constituency he represented for some years. Both gentlemen have addressed the Denili quin electors, and it is for them to say which they intend to vote for. For our selves we intend to do the best in our...

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

A GRAND DANCE WILL UK HELD OX Wednesday Evening ftext (Night of Coursing Clul/s Sports.) IX THE TOWN HALL, DENILIQUIN TICKETS— Double, 3s Cd ; Single, 2s Od. LIGHT REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED. c. uoss, Hon. Sec. CIxe Inbcpnikrii Demiliquiv, Friday, March 15, 1901.

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

Barham Races. These raees took place on ; Sattii'ddy. lasfe,1 . and were well attended. At thoi conclusion! of, the: Selling ^Eoce, the well-kjiow.n-.race7 horse. Roy, the property, of Mr . Mv \ Treacy_, . fell dead. It is supposed that the heat; was. accountable in. a^'greai. measure/- for 1 this;-' Results:^- ?' ;'c ' ?' ,??'??- ' '? ;Hur31es.r-Go6n, !? ;: Ace,. 2:; . Rh'odanitbJe, . 8. Betting : 2 to 1 the winner. Trial; Stakes.— Bushman, 1 ; Wycombiv. 2; Wyoha, 8. Betting: 4. to 1 the winnuiv.! Bairhani Handicap. — Addiacombe, 1 ; : Vanity, 2- ; Ferrymaijl, 3* Betting :::4 :to 1 ; oh the winner. ' -j ? . . Selling Race,— Fair Game, X ;:; Chance, 2, Betting : 4 to. !? on the winner. ? Flying Handicap;.— Wycombe, 1;; Addisr cbnibeif2 ; Eiubie, 3, Butting : 2,to 1 agst.. Wycombe, 2to 1 on Addiscombe. Forced Handicap.— Vanity, 1 ; Mabel^ 2 : . Eiibie, 3.. . . ' . ' '''. Do you- req-uifl'u- Boots, Sboes,..or Drapery^ of any kind ? P. Fagan has a largo stock. on hand and invitee, insg...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Municipal Council. MONDAY, MARCH II. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 15 March 1901

Denlliquin Municipal Council. Monday, March II. Present .-—Aldermen Jauc (Mayor, in the cliair), G. Evuus, Taylor, Kelly, Lutchfoid, Jones, I'errin, and J. (i. Evans. 'J'Le minutes of the previous meeting wcie read and confirmed, f!r» tr. n ir« nrmv n. mac* l' Letters were read: — From the Deputy Postmaster - Gcaeral acknowledging receipt of letter re die non delivery of telegrams more than a mile away with out extra payment. Front Forest Oepartraent, Sydney, saying tbat definite information could not be given re forest thinning. From the Hcgistrar-General saying that no further action could be takeu re amendment of title by Ad ministrator of Thomas Johns' oil's estate, us objec-' lion hud not becu lodged within the prescribed time. From Mr J. M. Chanter. 11. P., saying thataeom municaliou had been received from the Department stating that the snagging of the Edward River must stand over until tunds were available ; also asking Council to back rp his (Mr Chanter's) application. Alde...

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

! ? ' ?' ??-??'' ? ?' j PROTECTION AND. PAUPER ; i . ' /LABOUR.. The latest- American, Census - returns, show that the majority of United States Workmen are employed in- the.'- unpro- tected industries, where wages are higher than in the protected industries, .and that the ' protected :- industries.eir--plov;.cluefly foreigners, the average propprtion ?being j seventeen (17) foreigners to three. (3)1 Americans.. What is the result. . -j The *' Arena ' says :-r- ? j ?*' In the ciuy of. New York» there, are. over 150,060 people who earn less. than 60 cents (2s 6d) a dajv;; Thousands of ? this number are poor. girls who work fcoiu 1.1 to 16 hours a day. . Lastyeafi there wtere over 831000 families forcibly- evicted, in that city owing to-their inability, to. -Pja.y- their rent..

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

A Challenge. The proprietor of the ?' Riverine Churn-all ' I endeavours to refute (the whole being inter mixed with a deal of personal abuse which is ; unbecoming of any reputable journalist), the j statements- uiiulo in our la?t issue that the, |

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

Oeniliq^iii.CricketA&soeiatit)!!;; Av meeting -)f: the abov(e Association .was held at the School of A.rts.onr;Tuesday even ?i»g last, when the following, delegates were ? present :-r-Messrs A. H. . Windeyer , (in 1 the ?. chair),. H.1 . C Langlcjy, . A-» . Eordham^ . M. . W.yso, J, Mudie, .3. Harrisou aud E.. Robins. The minutes . ofi the previoua., meeting; were read; .and. confirmed... ? PROTEST/ . , ' : ? The correspondence . included ; a coimmioi- - cation . from Tthe. Secretary, cf , the ? NativeSj Cricket GLub formally protesting against the 1 Deniliquiu Club on .the grounds, that they, iijii- on .Saturday ? last Jeaye the field Jbefpre .. (-.Si3b o'clock -without the consenit of rtheM umpires,-. 'and j further, that . this succeeding ? batsman did not gp to .the wickets.TwithiuV two MiiniitesaspresGribedby -the.Marylebpna', Cricket Ciub.rules, .and- .that the matchi. be ; declared no jinafcch and be re-played. The Secretary here read Rule. 10 jwb.icfcu: states ' In a...

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

The Riverina Electorate. The following Polliug places have been gazetted for the electorate of Hiverina in connection with the J'llection ot Members of the iiousu of Representatives and Senators for the State. of New South Wales :— BalKumld, Wakool JiuicHoUi, Clar«, Hatfield, . Arwnpo, l(jufsl;ou, Mallee Cliffs, 'J'areeua, Lake Victoria, Cuthero, Meiiiudie, Oiley, , Tolarno, Karpa Kora, Pooncarie, Oouargie, . Gol Gol, Mooirua, Para, liast, Wentwortb, The function, Eusfcou: and Bali-anaUl , Roads, H.omebush, l'-lack G.ate.. Popiltah, . Turlee, Buckalow,. Till Till,. Glen Dee,. Murray Downs, Gomvgu,. Denihquiu, , 'Tuj)i)al,. Bai'haui- Grossing*. Mathoura, . ; Moama, Tulla, Wamboo. Mool»af Mo.ula- ? . mein, Boor.oorbau, Barratta, Wangaaiella, . Naoney- Valley, ('Oobool, (Soolgumia,. Stony Crossing, Pine Hills, Buridyulum blah, Gropwell Homestead (Werai), Carra thool, -i unbar, Jtljiy, One Tree, Mauds,'. 3-arliugtou l^omt. Mount Elliott, Mouut Ida, Whitton', Kerarbury, ' Toogimbie , Sta...

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

Over the Border MELB0U11NK. In the County Court on Friday ai* action was brought by William Martin, professional cyclist, against Arthur H. Gaudin, cycle manufacturer, of Bourke-Street, for the recovery of £97 i5s 3d com mission on 'racing events which he had won while riding I'efendant's cycles. Mr Eaglesoa, instructed by Messrs Corr and Rylah, appeared for 'plant ill ; and Mr Ttt'Arthur, instructed by Di- A.fc. Jones, for defendant. Plantiff claimed that in December last he entered into an agreement with defendant to ride a bicycle called the .Martin cycle in all racing events up to 31st May next, in consideration of which plaintiff was to pay him 32j per cent, on all first prizes won by him (Martin). Since the date of the agreement he had won £448 10s in Mist prizes in racing events, and the commission amounted to £145 15s 3d. Of this amount a sum of £48 had been paid on account leaving £97 15s 3d owing. Mr M.'Arthur took the defence that the court had no jurisdiction on the grou...

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

Sporting Mcms, I Uv Wki.u:ku;v.j In hi .ike money alone SeoMe's stable won £.'-.U2 during the four days .if tlw: V.It 0. meeting. S:r UupcrL (JJnrku laud* (lie lisi of [ir:/,c-wiiincrs witli the nice little cliei{ue ?-!' £2.'J:tl. Lasi year Mr V. t'orifaicr (who failed to get ii-iio ihe list this year} wits t lie must successful i»wnur. ;iik! Iiis total was ouly £I.K4tf, Mr O. L. Mauiioiisild'6 colours were only Htxn onue a% ilie winning post during tLt meeting, W'iikct'iil oirriol ihcui in the Ncwuiarkfir Handicap, :uul wun £l,0H. Mr J. Tiirubull wor th ice races, his total winnings reaching .?C1.100; Though Ailv.-niue did nut succeed iu xctiing home in u single race, In: wuii £.-0l) in place money. T'.iib would help to pay tome of I lie i-xpciises ot the Clip, but his party siuml him for a guod stake in each oi his ruues, and thoy uii'sst have come out considerably lo the Uul mi Hie week s nicing. Though the incaey added by the club was Souie £..100 more than lost year, less was r...

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

£-; - ? ; ?; 51^1 ,|^EAfiES.' ? .. .; hj ; ? -ig compiled 'rhf^fi ;AiJ?prdham,: Secretar^;^ th»t-enili^i[in^r^et^s(^a^pni, and ^^k .fes seen $y glancing at the : ayei'agea thit W- iloia-is^jof iihaiTratles Ciicket piub, 'ias? securea : o Jin . ine Daijiing ana uowjuni? ayeragi?s;A : ^His^aycirage ? yet ihmnRs ;1s ihej fine pni;=pt IS'T riins^^nol in^hotyirUng ;^e' swttreS : Bi iwidkets aji a, cosii of 9-iOtiapi^cpl; Langley (1)eniliquiq) ' was a close ruuner 'h p in the bo^luigi being Noilly a pjairitHbehiidaf Moms, '.-itit-f wilt 3)e- seen ;ihat;y.'M.' Hynes'y Ho wling ay«irfeg?i is 8'5,:be t iis he only played; in -two inatehe^- he is 4flid%^entUled 40 tfeej average. JHarjison : ; was the vohly ' bafeinaV :'ducing;the.''G^^n;^^'te1^j9' ce'hjburyj' mS,ii;§ iiig liST^ubt ^ouKbii one obpasibin ?:?-- V ,x ^ h ^J ?t;'-; , ;' ]$^$&':iiA0i$&i .:?;?'???-? ^';^^ v^';^ p.--. . BatsajiiDi Tnh'iig.s Jf.S;' . NiO/^.f^^VcmRe^ .~;;..oj$a»*ioisii ? : -,1iiij .-nss rt^fi**-\ ;v.' :...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket Chatter. NATIVES v. DENILIQUIN. THE NATIVES PREMIERS. [BY BUCK-EGG.] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

[?] [?] [?] -;j®n SatuFday last the inatcU ^b^we$u tlie above Clubs; -whic^ir was cctotheuGed, on' Sa^rday, -Marclt %, was ' c^diuaed ? and tesuhed iaan easy win, foi tbii ^atives ^jy ^ puns. On tli&first day irf jfliepat^h j^ers0res wer^;r--Nkiyeg, ^stiiaffj^Si: ;.*if|' :1Qewil,'quini;;first Minings^ sik ^li^kets, for 75 ??-?ruffei \The followine ? Satiifdav 3-en»Uqiiinf completed their fi^inmngs jfot; :i iS **»ns, ^atuJ the -Natiyest :in ^lieit; ;S«bOTd;imiings laade^ and ^ernliqiiih : air^hexJose of4Le day'sj-lav4i^^stuj-fcl ^iv&iet Ibr^runs. , J0n SatuEday .l^!$iie Cenili^nin. ifcanx who^still' ;i^aj«*dvJ§|s |tiins *6 4yin the . . -ca^cli ip ' citJin ui^cid ;^e cdntinuation of;their; second li.ningsa't 20 inmuies ?;.$?%; o^cl^ck^bu^ dw-ing^iQlpiie ;|^e b^j^ng^of^ur«s aiid AinVsti^ngli^y ! -^eie -allfdispiosea of for 78., : ^iie.-: wuir ;fiejd'''w^-;yefyde'adj'^^^^ ^rta tthe ^wiihd ita its ordinary 'slatej ; would ^rt^nly^liave gone forfcmrtoni^ realising a, coupl...

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

[ Forge. ^f L LANGSHAW, Ld as above in the b^3»rtl-^ o£|toe^^ I Sine Saddtery^!%Pr!?in,*ti* itttft ty |t attention to bosltwarH. .^^^*are; -oC; tort. ? '?^':---l'l'.:--';'iv. :-:;''A ^/^ I kinds of Buggies attl Waggons I repaii-eJ* - ; ', tseshodngandGeneralBlacfcsmtth lng by a Compej^nil^^iifiyiiif^.^ IH ARGES ^^fcil^S;^ I A TRIAL S^-^lS^--- I ? ?? '? '-vf^:;:?-^::^ m,ooo -PEtt&Mffi^M I. L-- ? J^N^f§&! les the Hightst Cash Price for al! f Kfeds- of ;Fit^f S&^::vfe^:S B Hides, from 2&ioJl$i'fiec:M&~ ?::« . ; . . ' I Sheepskins, itomSdioM per %.^' r. Bvsehair. Beeswax, iintfaR'. kiitals of Sunditiea.. - I THE ItELIAB^fMpR^rJV 6 ?ST landed a hrpe Sad : virjjed ; nSBprtmen ?newest defcignrf iiftkutinnn' inii %inlter flood ?rising : English. Irtah, ^n^iicoteh TFweftls ?ed Cnutinjs ? -and : i^otjscWngs- in,' exiles , My. \Ve Hauurt^-if-rp ei|©c^it/«iik^nap; K&ble -Valued Thfe ^rcery ^a^Meht com Bill th« lauat styJesjn-^: ' V^^:^':- V.: -.:?...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR ASHTON AND LAND WORK. (To the Editor of The Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

MR ASHTON AND LAND WORK, ('Jo the Editor of The Independent.) Sib,'— 1 have sent the attaelied letter to the '* Riverine Journal,' and wiil \-e glad if you will also publish it. I Copy.] SIB,— My attention has been. called to- a para graph in one of your jeceat issues in which you question a statement of one of your contera poraries that Mr Ashton has never been mixed up in land agency busings, aud y u stale that he had broken into nis federal campaign to appear in a laud case in Sydney. The case you refer to was a long standin-/ promise to appear in an appeal case before the Laud Court, for a friend. The statement that Mr Ashton has not been mixed up with land agency business is quite true. ferhap6 no member has done more de partmental work for the solcotors in the Hay district -—while he was- member for Hay, and since thou — but he- has never done so as a business, bm merely as a liKjiiitiur of 1'urliament for his constituents, and he has never accepted a fee of one penny for auv ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DENIAL. (To the Editor of the Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

A DJMTIAL. C To the Editor of the. Independent.) Sir,— A man named Chamer. who- hopelessly as pires to be: Federal- representative for Kiverina, en deavours to improve his cause by wilfully black guarding tsome of rhe supporters of the opposition candidate, and your humble servaat in particular. As I have been subjected to a great deal or' abuse at the hands of this worthy individual, both inside and outside of Parliament, for a period extending over four years^ I have determined to take a stand and challenge Mr Chanter's foul representations. 1 shall be glad therefore if you will kimily insert in your columns my letter whicli appeared in the ' Riverine Grazier ' of the 19th inet- Yours etc., A. JAMESON. Deniliquin, Match 21st. 1901:. To the Editor of the Rivvrfoie Grazier: Sir, — In your issue of the 15th iust., Mr Chanter is repi.i-tedto have made most disrespectful allega tions against me,. and- which t bug. your pernaissioa to publicly refute and characterise as impudent falseho...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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"THE COST OF LIVING" HOAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

' TH&COST OF I.IVING ir H^AX. The Sydney Daily Telegraph writes :— 'The ' Age '.still indulges in th#s^iise , less comparison about its being cheaper to live in protected states than in New SoutJi Wales. This is the wav it is put :i Costbf living per h6ad: in1 Ifevr South' V , ?'??' Wales' -W'-'-' ?.?-?:.*. ? ' -^ ' ? ~.*&S;W U ?i ?;?' jCJOBt do. ia AusttBlasiffl :.;,:: ..^ 3B 19 o ':: '?' Cflieaper'under protection' ,«;.-.' ; .,,; V2 I' -» :T;Tliese figures' it quotes from -Ir,€pghl an ''?*:?_ ^aiid wheivit first ^avej tliejm t]ie \£$& 19* ^1^;%^rse,^h^^''^^.^^tith^ -'?f:^i(!esi-;»- Siittttieris-'js^^ jain^/suffitSent : reason ;whjy, the e)^haitrir^;O^^iyi^K ji? Austral ^sia^as & lyhoie^ SpiitlV Wales. taken as' an individual siat-; ' It is,this -:}— -The- people of i Australasia ,. of a iiave less ]mbney: to; ;,s^eind. Here ;is $? little comparisonf ajnd 1 alsc-;irom Mr Cogh lan, which will puf the ^inii right i— Incomes ' ?' -$l$iJVfy ?:- Vifctorja...

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