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Deniliquin Bankruptcy Court. MONDAY, MARCH 18. (Before the District Registrar in Bankruptey, Mr B. P. P. Kenrp.) IN RE WILLIAM WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

Deniliquin Bankruptcy Court. Monday, Mahoh IH. (Before tbo District Registrar in Bank ruptcy, Mr ]J. P. P. Kemp.) IN kk WILLIAM WHITE, This examination, wa? continued on Monday and concluded on Tuesday. Mr E. J. Laiiian appeared for bankrupt, and Mr A. H/Wi'ndeyer for J. J. Pu.tter.son and W. Morran (creditors). The following evidence was- taken : — William Alexander White, contractor, eaid : I have liied a statement of my affairs, and wish to amend same by adding the names of two more creditors, viz., William Warren £8 10s, and T. J. 'Ralph £1 16s. I have kipt 110 books of account aul attri bute tbe cau.se 01 my insolvency to losses on contracts for the last two years, and princi pally during the last twelve months. I commenced business. 20 years ago aa a con tractor, and cannot say what my income has been during the last tbree years except as shown in the paas books. 1 came from Kerang, in Victoria, about seven years ago, and left some creditors there. I did not compromise with th...

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

Government Advertisements. COMMONWEALTH OP AUSTRALIA. STATE OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ELECTION OF SIX SENATORS. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. I HEREBY NOTIFY that the undermentioned persons have been duly nominated as Candi dates for Election as Senators for the State of New South Wales to serve in Parliament of the Common wealth of Australia : — ABIGAIL, FRANCIS. ARMSTRONG, ANDREW. BLAKE, JOHN. BBOWN, FRANCIS. COLONSA-CLOSE, RICHARD. COOK, JOHN ERNEST, COTTON, FRANCIS, COX, GEORGE HENRY. EDWARDS, THOMAS, FEALY, DAVID. FLYNN,. WILLIAM, GASH, DAVID. GEORGE, EDEN. GOCHER, WILLIAM HRNBT, GOULD, ALBERT JOHN. GRAY, JOHN PROCTER. GRIFFIN, JOHN GEORGE, HAMMOND, MARK JOHN. HOLLAND, HENRY EDMUND. KIDD, JOHN. LASSETTEB, HARRY BEA.UCHAMP. LYNCH, PATRICK. MACDONELL, DONALD. MACKAYT JAMES ALEXANDER KENNETH. MANNING, WILLIAM PATRICK, MEAGHER, RICHARD DENIS. MELLING, THOMAS. MILLEN, EDWARD DAVIS, MORlARTYrJAMES. MORONEY, JAMBS OWEN, MORRISH. JAMES JOHN. NEILDr.«OHNCASH, NEILL, JOHN. NORTON. JOHN. O'CONNOR, ...

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

Electors of Riverina. JAMES ASHTON, wil^v^^uur:_BLEOT0RS of BARHAU— FIllDAY. 22ml MAUO&. ' HOAMA— SATURDAY, 2-M 11ARUH. DENIL1QUINT-MONDAY, 2oth MMLOrT. VVANGaNIiLLA— TQB9DAY; MA11GH 26- (11.30). HOOROOKBAN— TUKSDAY, 26tli MARCH.. HAY- WHJRSjjaV, 28tiv MARCH1. : CommenoiiiR in each, ease at S o'clock f».Bi. (except where- otherwise stated)/ Election of Senators. IN Order to maintain Unity of Action; FBEETItADftfiS : are ' f especially requested to vote for six Candidates, selected by the Sydney Freefcrade Associa tion, namely :— GOULD,; ALBERT JOHN . GRAY, JOHN PROCTOR MILLEN, EDWARD DAVIS NEILD, JOHN €ASH : PULSFORD, EDWARD . = . WALKER, JAMES THOMAS £!-e Jnkpntrmt Dbn i liqoin,. Friday, March 22. 190L.

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

Ij. E. F. HOSKING, I.K.C.S., ENGLAND— L.K.&P., LONDON, lifriy Resident Obstetrician in. Guy's Hospita I — HAS — ?jlEKNCEDi pftACTIC'K IN WiNiLIQUlR Kii^nllinq1 Room-— Ctessy Street, next to. Air Kin's Office.. ?deiiee'— Wensley House; -.??..-? ?Mackenzie Brothers, BCK STATION VOKWARVINO AW1- ? COMMISSION A«KXTS I —DENILIQUIN.— kr.--, Rutherford & 0©i, Melbourne. Bi) Mortjzajre and .Vgencj Coiapau.y. Limited ? of Australia, ft ('nolicind Co. . ?NintliL-i-n Assukuhh? Cbmpnny.. I L. CULL.EY AND CO., ? (Ln-te Krniin,. -Hevenson and Go.). lock, Station and Land Agents, ?VALUATORS & AUCTIONEERS, I UEXIUQUIN. ?Branch Offices nt Narnnderii ami Urn»a. I W. HOLMES & CO., ? Stock and Stat'on Agents,. B uMMi.rqtiiM.. ? T. A. FRE ARSON,. ? Auctioneer. ? LEGAL. ?lexander and ' Wirideyer, ? SOLICITORS. &c, ? END STREET, DENILIQUIN, ?fnsi Funi!sf,.r investment upoi. Mortgages ?j U'oiu 5 per jMiit. |;J.,LAM,A.N, H Solicitor, &£.', * J': ?PRESSY STREET ...

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Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

i;.-r*HM A^m* .s* The usual weekly meeting of the abore; ims heR at the School ot Arts on Tuesday 1. evening, last. The PreBidani (Mr Jaihesppjtt iwoupied the chair, and Messrs HaLrriBon,, ;; .fleriot, Mudie, - \K^SXd^l^^|ra^i^ a^d|B^J»^S^PB als6fr-se|Ui.;|-:;V' -:;:^rrl%^| ^. The inmuies ol the previous mefetiBigTrorep *; ^ad andponfiirmeoU v ; ' :.;: ,;f ; ^?rSfcH^^g^ : :ii^ter^aareadi^^ ^s!i^:ft^lt::;|^:SeerSl^^^ ^';h^ri3a|th^3ih^#|o ^uld^ao|%rp ^(NJieSn^^rfBii' --X; :-. $£: v^ltys llrpn^^^ay^^n^^^J^i^^ Jl^he^pr^aaid^^ithe -doby^f 3ptg ^^66ia|j^nte either a^jpoio^ ^Iriuipr^|^^e::|a^)^e|w^ 'fmM ^^r H-ffiiEMoyeflafrand^ ^|phe'::«&ejfl|hi^?^^ !^9tion/lpSt^--v(^ vX- i^^^S^'iA^'aKl:-^^^-^'^-''^^ ^^t; wa|t|^ed.^in^:^ ;^t |^n;;|^^^^md^^^||^liD^:;;S| pQliake^pa^;^^^!!^^ :^0^:^^C '^ i^|^inil^^'l(ESpi^j|^;^|^i3^ i^niitiiee^^fe^^a^i^^aB^^ j;f^et^^q^%leaW;^l^pIe^^ ;©arc^,(Hay)r^^de^;r||^i^i^i^^ 3tangiey^?B^sV;5^afl^^^s^|pi^ ^^and:^te^£I^#ffe^;%^

Publication Title: Independent, The
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The Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

The Federal Elections: On Friday next— only a short week— the town ot Deniliquiri will present quite a busy appearance. At any rate' it shpuld do, as no elector would be worth the name that does not exercise the power given to him in' this free county. On this occasion, especially, every vote is required no matter who* jt is to be recorded for. No. doubt by this time the majority of electors, have decided who they are going to vote for, whether Sir Chanter or Mr Ashton. The former has represented this electorate for the past 16 years, and now seeks to attain a position he is unfitted for ; and thismust'bo particularly noticeable to those electors who have had the pleasure of hearing Mr James Ashton. Comparisons, it is said, are.odious, but the electors must remember that, it is their bonnden duty to place the best man at the head of the poll. Let them remember the fact that New South Wales has only 26. nien in the House of Representatives, and they will then require no advice as to ...

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

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JOHN ADAM bacconist, Newspaper & News Agent [?]NAPIER STREET, DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

JOHN ADAM, Lcconist, Newspaper & News Agent LPIER STREET, DBNILIQUIN. liir Referce, Sunday Times, Arrow Sporting '' ?..£. Truth, wJiktf, Ilawklc^ l)eniliMuin '- ini Windsor fclas»Jsines Harmsworth s K Sc.oS¥aWin«. -«!« New Penny g p Charing Cross ? Magazine. Cassell's K^JoSSl VtnUhn Journal, Australia,, t .Journal Weldon's Monthly, Leach s Dress Fc 1 ? . il Smoke. Union Jftek. Detective Tales, t lin.l ami Sea. BoyB' First Bate Library, ft ?„ Hill'- Library. Heart's Ease- Library, l.rue ttt'ar 'ibity WiMrtMted Bits.. Sketchy Bits, Prats -V!lv Sloper, Scraps, Snap, Shots,. Answers, &' Weekly Cigarette, Photo BiU, LHastrated hn me Hoys' Up-ta-Unte Novelette, -Aldme H. tTci rirtlan Herald,. -:hrist,ia» Budget, Police Lt 'World's Comic; Comic Cuts-, Comic Life; U,i Comic, Illustrated Chips, I'ick-Me-Up, I p Snare Motneuts, Nuggets, Funny W.ondcs, fcoii's Life, Home Ghat, Homer's Stories^ [er-s'siories. Home Stories,. Goldea Stories-. |,lv Herald Supplement, Scottish Night...

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

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Moulamein Weights. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 March 1901

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

Sterling tm^favtitf ? ' to the me*^^-?;,..- ^.;. , Dr. VVil1iafni||pPills for Pale p|§§te 1 Dull tfcfiffiS BacIC iP^^lif «?«^ - Mr W H Tvwr; otSouihp^^a^^,V kindly send* this letter^' i' have suffered ; % Ws^^:t.ad ^Jack. I I experienced dull, aching pains Via ^»|g tf?6^ which have been sd 'bad at times *hat.:/ «.(* ,% «j- vi^X* .**#&*.? I tried everythlng^hat# pqiild ; thmk of. ?????'?ieaSc^belt, Avhich did meUttle^Si^^^njetoesI ? ? Ws^aPright; but then; again,; - J y^id %e,s troubkd w.th indigWn very, badly,, so badly y^ ^^;^ven ^c/ratd a takiym. When I came-to ^ueenstta ^thought I would try ? l/it Wiluams' Pink Pitxs fORT^AtEf W;,J- *o«nd ? © great relief from the first box ; the third bo^pu^me^i right ; I am I on the fourth box now/ 1 am hap&to/sayihjitl ra^n the best I of health now, all symptoms of M;*imert^hm-e&saj-peartd '\\ I)rJ Williams' Pink Pills to Several, and Jhall always do so. Ji Bad Leg and fth&uffetfsii* £ured . ,'? -Mrs. Margaret M...

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Open Column. (We do not necessarily identify with the views expressed by our correspondents.) OUR FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. (To the Editor of the Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Open Column.. ( We do not necessarily ideiuijij imrxcinut with tlie:-. views depressed oy our eurreq/ondenU.) / OUR FEDERAL PAHLIAMENT. flo tlie Editor of the liidenendent^ \ Sib, — At all times we are accustomed to hear the ? troubles of the man who complains of the inefficient ; or corrupt government ; and not un frequently^ if i pressed for particulars, he will admit that he 'did I not vote at all, or voted for Brown simply on- personal grounds, who is a private member and not i likely ever to be a member of any Government. . Let me remind such men at the present time,- that tin) Parliament is always what the electors make it.. lie who does not record his vote or uses it foolishly . has uo right to complain. I takc'it chat integrity is the first quality neces sary in a suitab'e member, and it is of little use without ability. Both men in our case appear to - have the former quality in fairly equal proportions.. Bui the ability is a matter upon which I think Mr Ashton is entitled ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sir John Quick at Deniliquin. Fallacy of Protection. A ONE-SIDED POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Sir John Quick at Deniliquin. On Saturday afternoon last Sir John Quick arrived in Deniliquin and was met at the railway station by the Mayor (Mr Fred Janej. Sir John Quick was at once driven to the Town Hal', and formally welcomed, only the aldermen and repre sentatives of the press being present. The Mayor, in asking the company to drink the health of . feir John Quick, said Sir John's efforts in the cause of federa tion had not only been recognised by the people of Bendigo in returning him un opposed to the House of Representatives but also by the mother country whose representatives had conferred the honor of Knighthood. He hoped Sir John would live long to enjoy his honors. Alderman Jones said it gave him very great pleasure to extend a federal welcome to Nr John Quick, who was known throughout Australia as one of the founders of federation. Alderman Perrin also supported the toasi. The toast was drunk with musical honors. Sir John Quick, in reply, thanked the Mayor and Alderme...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fiscal Facts for Federalists. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Fiscal Facts for Federalists. Let it be thoroughly understood that Australia prospers greatly on its ex ternal trade, and that imposts are essen tial to exports. The protectionist ignores the fact That imports cannot be checked without check ing exports likewise, because TRADE MUST BE RECIPROCAL. Admittely the Victorian tariff has checked imports. The effect on the Vic torian export trade can be clearly seen :— NEW SOOTtf WALES.. 1898— Excess of Exports. £3,194,557 ;. Trade per head. £39 Or 8d. 1899— Excess of. Exports, £2,851,15 1 ;: Trade per head, £40 3s bd. VICTORIA. 1898— Excess of Imports, £89fi,U58 ; Trade per head, £27 15s 3il. 1899— Kxceps of Exports, £614,886 ; Trade per head', £318s8il. Go back half a dozen years, and we get the same results all through. Free im ports have unmistakably stimulated ex ports in New South Wales in a greater degree, and the whole volume of trade is greater. The reason is not far to seek. The people of NEW SOUTH WALES have been engaged on indus...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

I^KMnlUi and Shoeing Forge. D. LANGSHAW, o-silM-S m iniin*a(c lo theresidenJs of Denili ¥' , ,n'qnil wrronndinp district, that he has [ ? Ujovc in the back portion of the premises [?'? Viverinp Sad.ilery Emporium, and trust by L'flViciiiion to business to merit a fair share of I] kinds of Buggies and Waggons I repaireJ. irseshoefngand General Blacksmith - ling by a Competent Tradesman. IHARGES MODERATE. I A TRIAL SOLICITED. WANTED. 2,000 PELTS 2,000. \. i_. JO N EIS, ( SADDLER, &C, DENILIQUIN, . : [es the Highest Cash Price for all Kinds of Furred Skins. I Hides, from 2d to 3}d per 1b. I Sheepskins, from 4d to 6d per 1b. Irseliair. Beeswax, and all kinds of Sundries. J. WHITELOCK, I THE RELIABLE TAILOR. ST landed a Inrpe and varied apsrrimrn newest designs in Autumn and Winter Good ?rising : English, Irish, and Scotch Tweeds Jed Ciiitinj.s and Trouserings in endles ey. We sruiirantce a perfect Fit, arid unap |iable Value. The Mercery Department com all the latest styles in —...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Two Tears9 j Indigestion and Biliousness, DRIVEN AWAY Like Grass Before the Breeze. j The Case of MRS. KATE McMURR&y. (Reported by our Special,) In Bpite of all complaints to the contrar* Australians have a climate to be thankful for ; the general health of our people com pares favourably with that of any nihH conntry, yet we do have our tut,, „: troubles, and there is no doubt thu A-'-.'-,; sun seriously affects the Austral I ii,; ,,j i that disease of that vital organ j :m,^ \ ingly prevalent. But aa a remedy I ai j band, a remedy with a mass of unimpeuc able testimony in its favour never before acquired by any specific in the world, the outlook is not so dismal as it might seem. No one is more confirmed in the truth of the foregoing statement than Mrs, Kat« McMnrray, of 123 Coventry-street, Soirh Melbourne, whose experience isonlvanoihw I confirmation ot as oit tola tale. Airs. McMurray said :— 'I was tick for two years with indigestion and bilious. I think it arose large...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Whom to Vote For. HOW TO MARK A BALLO T PAPER. HINTS TO ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Whom to Vote For. HOW TO MARK A BALLO T PAPER. HINTS TO ELECTORS. Your are entitled to vote for six can didates for the Senate, and for one for the House of Representatives. THb SENATE. Strike out all the names on the ballot paper except the six that follow : — A. J. GOULD. 1, P. GRAY. E. D.MILLEN. 1. C. NE1LD. K. PULSFORD. J. T. WALKEK. Don't let the fact that there are 50 names on the paper contuse you. Make a note of these «IX, and erase all the rest. It is absolutely necessary to vote for SIX. This is extremely important. If you vote for fewer or for more than SIX the ballot paper will be discarded as informal.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Excise Prosecution. — At the Albury police court on Monday, J. E. Edwards and Henry Mitchell, lately currying on business as brewers in that town, wero prosecuted by the excise inspector for affixing fraudulent stamps to a cask of beer. The case was that the stamp used had been used before, as was shown by the obliterated date?. It was urged for the department that a serious loss of revenue occurred in this way, and it was als mentioned that the Attorney- General har filed a writ against the defendants, claimin; £200 damages for failing to keep propei records. As both are now without means, the police magistrate imposed a nominal fine, of 40s, or one month's imprisonment.

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Electors of Riverina, strike out the name ' J. M. Chanter,' and let JAMES ASHTON stand. You may vote at any time between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. The safe plan is to vote early. By voting for JAMES ASHTON you are voting as an Australian .to preserve the interests of New South Wales in the federation.

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