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Open Column. (We do not necessarily identify [?]xeives with the views expressed by our correspondents.) THE ABSURDITIES OF PROTECTION. (To the Editor of the Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

Open Column. (We do not twccsnarUy idetutfy wxrxeive* with the views expressed oy our vorrvsptmdentx.) THE ABSURDITIES OF PBOTECTION. (Jo the Editor of tfie Independent.) Sin, — Many years ago, before the construction of tihc Mont Genis tunnel which connects Itjily and Switzerland was an accomplished-fact, what little commercial intercourse was carried on between the peoplle of these countries was. mueli hampered by the difficulties of transit. The imports and exports bad to be carried over the Alps, and this increased the cost on an average 25 per eenfcv The Alps acted as a kind of natural tariff, hampering exchange and raising prices. The Italians and the kwibs did not seem to relish this interference on the part of Dame Nature with their commercial relations, so they united their forces with the object, of constructing an artificial road- way— a railway tunnel through the Alps. The tunnel wae completed at a cost of several millions of pounds, but the people of the two countries w...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH FARM LABOURERS UNDER PROTECTION. STARVED AND SWEATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

[?] [?] ?:;of^;^^ii«plli^«g&»^ . ,. :upori ;lhe:.b^:|^find^^||ii»^|^|i»;Ia} -.? -coyer th^igp|^r^^:^|itt^M-^; '? ?'? «is'ts.of .dry:^^j^^jr^.ni^^^JffJw^W^. .;;? they a« :io|^^^'e§i^^^^^|!M«?5^ ? v. '? :-one sp'ate'TOeaJ;Hi-thie^d||5i||^^^:«r^ even instances of persons being driven by hunger to seek sustenance in wild herbs. The 'Age' has at last got a resting place in. which it feels comfortable. 'See what Protection has done for the female worker in Victoria!' There are 16,029 of them in Victoria , while there are only 8583 Jtn New South Wales. ''Quite/ true! There are 161029 of them in Victoria but of 400,000 females at the working ages, or 4 per cent., while in New 8puth Wales there are only, 2 percent. Protection, thereforerhas found work for an «xtra 2 per cent, of Victorian females, because the protected manufacturer could not afford to employ men ; and IN THE PAST NINE YEARS VICTORIA HAS LOST ioo.ooo MEN BY EMIGftA TION TO COLONIES WHERE THEY COULD FINI- WORK. Ha&...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Police Court. THURSDAY, MARCH 21. (Before Messrs. Tennant, Eames and Perrin J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

Deniliquin Police Court. Thuesda-v, March 21^ (Before Messrs. Tennant, Eames and Perrin J's.P.) Benjamin' Dyson, was- charged, on sum mons, with indecent language. He pleaded guilty, and after being severely reprimanded by the Bench was fined 5s or 24 hours- with 4s lOd costs. ALLEGED HIGT0US .DEHAVIOUU Charles. Sloperr William Harrison, James Willoughby and Arthur William Matthews, were charged, on summons, with riotous be haviour in Cressy-street on Sunday evening, 10th inst., and pleaded not guilty. Mr. Ii. In Wilkinson appeared for ac cused. Constable Bell deposed : At 8.80 o'clock on Sunday evening, the 10th inst, I was in the company of Constable Brien-, and pass ing the front of the* Cnurch of England. 1 saw the accused there; They were laughing, and I saw Matthews hold his hands up and jump. back-. Their laughing could be heard 50 or 60 yards down the street. He saw the people in the two back rows of the English Church turn around in- their seats and look out of the door. A ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT THE REPEAL OF THE NAVIGATION LAWS DID FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

WHAT THE REPEAL OF THE NAVIGATION LAWS &IP FOJfc ENGLANEH / ' All these measures of reform1 (those bringing aboat Preetrade) were opposed precisely by the same arguments and in almost precisely the words which' are in 'daily use here iiow^ The protected in terests cfeqlaited /that not only 'they ..but. tloe whole country would be ruined by Freetrader, They were so clamorous and so sincere that they carried with' them vast numbers of men whose own personal interests wereon the side of Freetraderand thus the jreigfn of Protection wasprolbnged ibr 76 years after Adam Smith had so clearly proved its folly /as Jto- convert to his views the g?eat William Pitt and' all the real statesmen of histina'e. When' the repeal of the Navigatiba Laws wa^seri ously proposed, immense procession* of sailors were --organised fby ^ the . .slup'omners to. remonstrate aigainst ???& ?:. seheme w)ijchv itiwaiaSserted.^bulddestroy ^thei* Mjeaiis ©f livii*g;'— BJissi. r-/:; X.; ?'. ;. . '?',/?....

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Deniliquin Small Debts Court THURSDAY, MARCH 21. (Before Messrs R. J. Eames and G. H. Perrin, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

Deniliquin Small Debts Court Thursday, Mabch 21. (Before Messrs R. J. Eames and G. H. Perrin, J's.F.) E. and W. Naughton v. J. A. Trass. Claim for goods sold, £9 19s 4d. Verdict for amount claimed, with 5s costs of court. Agnes Taysom v. Alexander Mimro. Claim for rent of dray and damage to same, £9 7s 6d. The defendant did not appear, and after evidence had been given by the plaintiff and F. Newton, a verdict was given for £7 17s 6d, with 10s costs for one witness and 5s costs of court. Joseph Gordon v. Edith Loy. Claim for money lent, ^22 18s. Mr Windeyer for plaintiff, and Mr Laman for the defendant. Adjourned until next Court,

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Serious Charge. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

I'S&^I^^S^I^ISS^ . :/v^f th^;Pjoiiie;;^^^iiK:^bnd^'befo M,es*is%\VilsiiU^ a Hian naiuevl VVdliain Aliiler. was chargeil wii.li. adiHauiuntJi : l^joiiias 7 Kuniiy ' with iii- : teht'tb-.i-p%:';- \ '/-/;///'?'? ?/v::s'/-!,.-^/- '?' ' - Tbe |^ilowjinjg\evjdiente waiSrtakeii ;-^- '.-.' Cuilblable ^iquh'att--;/v4ej^o.iie«iL i: On ' S^tnidayvnij4h-t\ai*iUb wdiity^ih^apier-s^^and iieaid^ibm^ one calling .^iX'^^oliGe^.^^e^-^ie^ridge, HfAelv ';^;i'%en;^y:er?t§'';,tfe^po tliatlw wab:0 cheieK.^; J^io^?i^imy: io .jt^K Jopfeip, and tii eased !«s jiypund»^ ^and 4iieB.iopk^l|Hm :^i^ ^^;H|h^f^e5jbt.drunikenne^ , 4ayj.%onv^nfoywi atip'n receiy^'1'aW^tert.: :iic^usld\St||^^^rriere^|^;^b|eli.'and ;ch^i^5d:]pnaf^;wrth ass;a;^*^Kehny^ XHp '^-jused^ad:-'i^k^of^op^^^ , ?^anae; i^ei«^ie|^aidj^;||p\h^^ ,i3«^w:-4'$^ stains : ^il^'ibp^ twisted 'ttie ,|ii^;if^^;^^-:iiKthe/'SalyaT .?^an»/:li^)m^ji|ftt|^';^J^.:^^^ had a ;^vrt]p6tir)^-p^m^'j4^%y ]f^t-i0iihte& * upon' him wlien anested. - ^ |^5.^^^...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sir John Quick. TO BE ENTERTAINED BY THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

Sir John Quick. TO HE ENTERTAINED BY THE COUNCIL. A special meeting of the Council, called by requisition, to cousider whether Sir John Quick should ha entertained by the Council, wa« held last evening. The Mayor occupied the chair, and all the aldermen were present. Aftei' the Mayor had read the requisition and notice of meeting, Alderman Jones said the iirst question was to consider whether the meeting should be held in Committee or open Council. He 'was in favor of the latter course. Alderman G. Evans moved that the meeting be held in open Council. Seconded by Alderman Taylor and carried. Alderman Perrin moved that the Council entertain Sir John Quick on his arrival in Deniliquin on Saturday. All he (Alderman Perrin) asked was that Sir John Qiuick be en :tertainfid the same as Donald MacdonaM was. Sir John, of all men, should be entertained. His actions over Federation had secured him a knighthood, and his services to the cause had been also recognised in the old 'country. He (th...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A CHARGE OF STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

ij|f A GHAI^'OF' ?'StEALi^G. ;-. -. ^^illian-; Richard^ was charged wi|h vsteaiingia razor^ valued ^ ips, the prW ^^ry,ot:^iUiam''Brpwimggi: '/;'^-; ?/? ^r ? ^^n^tab;ie-XJj:-juhart .gave evidence as :tp Jlje- arrest'' of. ?a^ccused;;on JE?riday/ ^v'en''v'; «#£ and;s^id tljiat ; Jiie jbad ^fceen liberatetl tjfimjt.gaabxiti that niprning. Tv v''v/-v^::-/ ^|?Williay Brpivnrigg ^said i he was a hair ^esser. eniplbyed at KOAyixMtoin's. --T/ei ^cused'was in the saloon on Friday,; an^ ^as '-diu'nk-: ^-''..-^e'^wahie'i'-'isbme'vtdba'cjfeBy:. ^^itnessrjefjas^dto^^ittphim^ .^dereld the : accused put of ^the ^ajbjon, awabout ten minutes i^ter he had5go|e. |h|e? fcaipr was misseth; ^here hadV -Seen': no one in the saloon frbnVthetin^eaccus^ , ?gas/th-sre-^uhtii'1-e:^(Tyjiioe85) missed^|jip:' pwspn :?? ::-^itiiess:^as ^tifn -.ibe '$$&fc; ^sj-pn, :the;^ench^^when^^sjBd '.^en'teriij--, .33fej:Kijoqn*?'- ;in/an^e^io;^^:.;a^uwd, '^mt. ness;,said ^e :^ul||^weiaf ^iiaj^: ^phe ^cfctf s&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

PETERSHAM PRAISE. Mr. J. J. ELLIS. (For the 'Leichhardt Standard.*) A charming residence, BiteaM , Crystal-street, Peteraham T™ ?* » lur. John. Joseph EIUb. A te°t,r ^^ from this- paper who recently caffi* made a note of the following reStlleft 'Something went radicflly 2^ my system,' said Mr. Bffi«T«ffiL»* complexion getting more sallow eSKfT' until all colour Ld departed & cheeks. My appetite was bv nn m' ,'1 although Ifou$ I WasloIgOSH did not require a superabundance o& gence ito understand that my food w doing any good, and m time I had I?* pleasant, evidences in several wjS*. went to show that my food was fifi digested, My meal* were attended 3 subsequent, pains in the ?toamch, £ travelled up my back, and caused T suffering and inconvenience. MyheadT, constantly aching, too, and not a bdbS energy was left. Consequently, Vk languid and listless, aiidT was soon * capable of performing anything reauirin. exertion. ? Whenevec fdid stir nfysR8 bit.Ifound theeffortac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

Kjotel Tattersall's, Deniliquin. IcT F. DE FRAGA Hl'GS to announce that, the above Hotel is now replete th every comfort ? ' ma convenience. The rooms are Urge, well ventilates and the Accom Hut.n first-class. Private SuiteS. of .Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining I, HATH ROOMS (Ladies1 and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER ^H:iie Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class ,. ^H Groom constantly kept in attendance. - Hood grass ? -paddocks, loose boxes and iards. :-..... Hcial attention given to Livery, Bait & Letting I ^B Single and D-.nble Harness Horses, Buggies, Gif?V etc.; and Ladies' ^B..; and Gentlemen's StaddJe Hacks alwavs on Hire at shortest . ^^?'- ' norie'e/and a| reasbtiable rate. *; ??;??'?,?? '';;. ' ?^-?^'??p '. ?' .. ?? *.''i ^Hl Coaches for Finley, Berrigan, Cohrari and Nbbrong start from Tattersall's. H ' ? ? ? ?'?: :. -'^-:x:—- .,'? ??'???. ?'? ? . ' ^KF.D. only keeps the best bjrands of Wines and Spirits. ^H UsiitVs Spcci.-i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

?sil let It. I— ? - *BKVBO- v KtJCAI.Vrill t-ell*r*a laitMftMy

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Fiscal Facts for Federalists. PROTECTIONIST LEAFLETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

Fiscal Facts for Federalists. PROTECTIONIST LEAFLETS. A Ijirge ! number of leafleta are being distributed Here in the interests of protec tion, bearing neither the name of any pcintipr ijipr of the writer. They are one and all of them gross misstatethents, or direct falsifications of the facts, and some of the figures have already appeared in the coLumns of a protectionist contem pbrary in ;3lelbbijrne s isays the Sydney ' Daiiy Telegraph.') Possibly they pome from Melbourne. One professes to give a comparison of wage? in Ne-v South Wales and Victoria, /so «exfremdy.'.ln: favour of Victorian rates i that it would appear a marvel that tens of thousands of well-paid Victbriaiis :;sh6iild'::-^have '..-migrated \ year after year into this pauperised State. Ah other compares the accumulated wealth of Victoria with that*»f New South Wales, and professes to take all the figures given from the tybrks of the New Soutto Wales Satistician. The whole are so absurdly false that if weread the ret...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

Robertson &Doi)j| ' Haw .ddfed t well assorted cowi^J Crockery & Quj Wai* 1 ?; and district for their suppotdufii twelvemonths, trdst by the eS£3 .- and low. prices of all their Sfta continuance of the same in future; ^f ''.-?'? NOTE THE ADDEEBS ? 1 THE BILLABONG HOTe] j CO MAR GO. I JAMES WHITEJ HAS: pleasure in/ oringing under the notice! residents 'of €onaboo and Distil tiandalsot tbe llftAfcEfcLtMo. Bdbwo that hi Itafeni a lease- of Ihfe above well-known Hotel! i Mr R Rogerfli and i rusts by keeping only the! '.'beat brands of Winesi' Spirits, and Beer tonal i hir share of support. ' Tj I Good Accommodation eob TbavelibJ j' ?' First-class stabling, a Trial Solicited.1 ? / /: } \ '. .:-? JAS. WHITE, j ',. ; .'.'? ,- ? -. - Proprietor, 'j ' : : . ''.? (lateofJerildJ the^dcehotI -f, ;~Na$ei? SStreet, Deniliquitu 1 J. T. BOUCHIElj WISHES to intimBfe to his many Frianil Denillqjuin and.; Dint riot that be has m fche above- « ell-4vnow.il! Hotel, and hopes bi.|| atteat...

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Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

Over th^ BoiSeiv i ?.'?''?;'?' wELBf-uuNfi^ ;?',.?; .;??', '?' Pomn alnrm wns cnnsed.wben^t bftcame }mm\i thai- late on-Saturdny niRJt;«ie meiicarwotubntie!, had proimunoeij » pat-enr at.Oftu1.6eM *O »e suffering from snwH-pox. Hciscontw-.ct6dw1tivbnrPe?trainfpg, nnd arriyeim week or «i-igo by,the- Ruryfllusfjoni India. -The man went to stay with hisswjer at ^r W. Ko'nJ8hBm'9tTniriin«.i^bti8.h-»neptf-nBitj:ftw.-3U-; neSs whiclreomtnencc.l ^tee^-nr ^W ?£V*Pv came suspicious with fbe result srotwi. me t.»ut:u. those who had been In contact wlthTiins have,- been ipolaled, while DrtfrewweuVJias invite/i.the others in the interests of ,^he public, to ranfee thwnselyes known to h-in.' The patent hdoing ,(Wc!j,toutflt:« thouehfc the cm will be more. tenons jthnnTwaB. at first supposed. Mr W, X'oulBbftin's; h6uFe &;*&**:? guarded W a tK-sse Of police, and the inmates have buen vaccinated,' ' . : . ' : ; '-. ?'? ,: / ;'-' Theteitv coroner presid»| at. an .inQue^fc oiv the bod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

p ORE AT BANKRUPT SALE I IN THE ESTATE OF OSES STONE, DENIUQUIN I AND N. -LEVIN) MENINYA STREET, MOAMa. [FoRDER W SHE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE I The entire Stock must; absolutely be sold within a few weck6 iu order that a filial ? dividend may be declared iu the Estate. his GREAT SALE HAS COMMENCED. tOME AL0N0 ONE & ALL. OF YOU ?nil up quickly, and we will nuke things hum for the time we are here. It will be a sweeping: Ktle and when we do use the broom we sweep clean: Everythiu^ must go. oven at elaujrhtotiuii: Rices ? we refuse no offer ; in fact stick at nothing.. As this is a Qb mine Bankrupt Realisation,. V ' it certainly Biusl kno k all the oHier so called Sales into I - A COCKED HAT:. - I- ? — ~ ? ? LADLES ! Wearo in the midst of it — Slashing, Dashing, Hammering Do wii, the Prices !. I 80 in. VVhi e Sheeting, uttual price Is --d. now 10-i. B 20 pieces White (Jnlioo, ubual {iriue 6d, now 2s IKi pertlozeu; ? fiOuicaes IVinM'sual f»rioe-8d,-i«ow2tl per yard. - B iO pieces Casl...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

' - Spdrtlnjc^eniW* | ? / ? . i'lta' W«i,iiKs^BY,3r--; . ?,' ?'''' The cor»miij[-!0 (-r,Hm Vioiijrta 'Ilacing Oiit-.on Friday gJive?iMcn»]-«i topcrem! . t^j^rtiint »?ipcb to be. Tun finrihp- this find ;n0st -f^^tmii iIjbuUM, despite that .the rtfwnt, Bnhimn.w0eUi|^ Bjjait) ^,te BuHed in n. heavy Vri'»,.ln incieiise llibftattefl by.&iOQO. The mofil inj|)nvtn«l; ft«j» iakntv l-y/d(te;5n-mn-Ht?e ,ia in TcgarJ tvyd: McHH-tirnc-Jii|-i:w)ilc1i^ihd;|^c(iuPC of the riiauy c^nopes wjiicl^hftv« jp^VA|»!^e'Harmg cottipiirativeiysitjau^ajuem^w WY&r.- *«*v J««r the staliD will ibe jvorfcll' M'M«oi'a. -a-«1 the' sweep stakes c6ntnbut0d by owners^ hfe-i i»econilv thoijey .;beinR 1000 soVb, nnci Wie tliiriiiiVnoflcy |-0Q sovs. The swcepstiiUes wilibc-30 soye.. inst«i-i 'of $* Hoys. AV^icn Carbine, won la i '1800. 'i'liq^M-nkc -'wwj'; wopth 10.000 spvK.amlfweepfittiUcsoOfeoyfl ij^)thA trophy of 150 sdvfe. aHtifedi, ';-'..???-.?, y1;^!: *T~':. .-.' ''?.. 'Now; 'thai: ^khila nd has ret...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Coursing Club Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

Deniliquin Coursing: Club Sports. Tbe Coursing Club had an ideal day for their sports on Wednesday, but nevertheless tbe attendance at the Show Grounds was not large, only about- £12 being taken at the gates. A fine variety programme was submitted, including several horse and pony events, which were very exciting. The C jimnittee were rather late in making a start with the first event, but there was no cause for complaint afterwards, and the mem bers are to be' complimented on their work, particularly the hon. secretary. The Town Band, under the leadership of Mr T. Carvosoe, rendered several selections during the day ; and Mr F. P. Shaw gave an ex hibition with bis trick pony, and received well deserved applause. Mr T. Collins, of Pykers Hotel, had the publicans booth and supplied an excellent luncheon ; and Messrs Jager and Rust the fruit stall. The following are the results of the several events competed for ; — Pony Race, sweepstakes, half-a-mile. — Mr. E. G. Sweet'a ' Monsoon,' ...

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

? ... :'-;.S.-'-.'.-'. v.i.''-'. ^-Jv-' 'i.*?'V.»*lJ.)UJ»1. ;.;,'|f-.'. ?-!-;',?' *?.?.???:- ?-? '' ?'; :--^^^or^5-of|5obi^^^^^^Bry?») is tjaktnR^he^B^iVfean^^vej^n^ id^lreciinV^uiiabiejnin^ iora^UMH||^^^eci^^o-^^8rar^ inV the;; ^aiMy^ha^^p!aif^^|tb^i^^ 9e1i'Me^Bm:emo|(i^ei^rJ|J^^ in1* ^olii^^%^CTS^^#bi^^^J«t^nteMve^ [?] ifcnll^lrbtetfO«clffl-^iS^j9ea)aneni; i,is ip*?criMsi; ^^^^^^^Si [?]

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

The Eivebs»— The Murray river at Alburyv is 2in. ; Wahgunyah, 2in. a.b.s. ; Euston, 4ft. 3in.; Swan Hill, b.s.l. ; Echuca, low. The Murrumbidgee. at Guodagai ; is- lft. ; Wagga, 2ft. lin. ; Hay, lft. 5in.- b.3.1.'; ; ' Balranald, b.s.l. The Darling at Wentworth . is low ; Wilcannia, no. report ; .Menindie,:, low ; Pooncarie, Gin. Hay Sports.t— On Monday last the resi dents of Hay, celebrated St. Patrick's Day. by holding a gigantic sports meeting iri' the Park Oval in aid of the Catholic Church; funds. Splendid ? entries had been; i received i for the various -events to:.be competed . for, , and the close finishes in the bicycle and foot races was a high compliment to the handi cappers, Messrs.-W. Binneyand : T; Hanlon. . The various officials carried .out their duties ; well, the starting, in the Sheffield Handicap - by Mr R. Massie being particularly good, . and for Messr-s. Tom . Hanlon and ? E.1 . S. . Drury, the honv secretaries, our icorrespon dent has also;*a word of i praise...

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Whom to Vote For. HINTS TO ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

' Whom to Vote For. HINTS TO ELECTORS. You are entitled to VOTE. FOE SI3L can didates for the Senate, and for one for the House of Representatives. THE SENATE. Strike out all the names on the ballot paper except the SIX that follow :— GOULD, ALBEET JOHN. . GBAY, JOHN PEOCTOR. MILLEN, EDWARD DAVIS NEILD, JOHN GASH. -PULSFORD, EDWARD. WALKER, JAMES THOMASv Don't let the fact that there are 60 names on. the paper confuse voul. ''-' Make- a note- ot these SIX, and1 erase all!' the rest. If is absolutely necessary to vote for SIX.. r This is extremely important. If you vote for fewer or for more than ?; SIX the ballot paper will be discarded as in formal..

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