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Cricket Chatter. DENILIQUIN v. NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Cricket Chatter. DBNILI^UIN v. NATIVES. [B\ Bock-Egg,] «. uSatur?ay bst the m^ch between ,Oje above clubs, which tfas commenced on'ttoeprevioas Saturday, »--yas coiftifinttl m sptencfcd weather. There w^s a felt ^n fnce pf SP^tators present to wit ness the conclusion of tbe_m^tcli, \-&d i were treated in Aanv itisranrjw: -n m*A I disglays o£cjxckefc The etithusrasm at times f a^ 1'^ and when only a few runs : were required by the Natives to pae^ DefljJiqjpiia's total of 171 it was at fever c6at' j Natives, who on the previous baturday, hatf los^ four wickets for ao j runs concluded their innings for the fine score of 219, and Deniliquw, m their Second innjngs were -aJl disposed ofrforj ^37j of which number A H- Windeyer] »««v«= o.;, , smnjps were men drawn. Tbel Watives won on the first innings by ^8 [ runs. There is now only another round to be pla5ed, and I understand the matches are to be jjlayed to a finish, Messrs A. E. Pernn and J Rludae stpod as umpires during the aft...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Robertson & Douglas I Hue added a vrpU assdriod consignment of Crockery & Glass Warn - - ' ITo llicir large stocks! GM^ei^vugl Ironmongery I and whrie thanfcittg 'rbg pTifeijc of JDeifili^um I ind district ibr iheir -sn$K-rt 4u«ng fche, iafit , I twelve months trust ^ ihe e^ceHeut qaalitj I ai d low pwces of all iHaen -^gdods to nftfrii a I continuance of the gaine in futuifc I * ? , : I - ? I JsOTi. UHB ADDRESS * I ROBERTSON *&DOUGLaA5, ; b-HE BILLABONG HOTEL I CONARGO. JAMES WHITE, IT 4S pleasure 4n bringing under the notice of tie EL residents of ConaBGO and DlSTfiiOT Ed iNo the iJRAYjpiritfG PuBfcte tint he has' Ken i lca«e of ibe ibovc- \tp11 known Hotel fiom i Irk Koccrs and ti lists by keeping only the very; Bst blinds of Wines Sp-rite;jind Beei, to merit It \ ?r chare of support, h ? Good Accommodation 4?ob TBAvgiLEfis' I ? I irsl class stabling A Trial Solicited ' 3 I IAS WJEOTS, ? Proprietor ^ 1 ? OateofJoriiderie^j |HE BRIDGE HOTEL I Napier Street,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

The committee of the MaryleboneCnt^^H Club has passed a resolution declaring il^^H in future the captains of opposing fa^^H shall decide -whether a ground is in a^^| state to play on, and also when play ^^H be stopped on account of failing ^^^| Should the captains be unable lo ^'^^f then the matter shall be decided b;^H umpires. ^^M

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Echoes for the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Echoes for the Week. The Albury Custom-house collections in December were £1402. The -vool exports were 7282 bales, value £52,710. Mr Erugcr, whose health has hot been good for some time past, And who is in his 76th year, is confined to his bed by n,n attack of bronchitis. Private L. Morgan, of the New South Wales Bushmen, who was severely wounded at Wetpoort, has died. On Saturday Captain M'Kenzio, of Eiehuea, received a telegram from. Gbloncl Otter in regard to volunteers of the fifth Victorian contingent to the effect that single men were preferred, and no man would be ac cepted who had not passed into the ranks. Sergeant Gratiy, Corporal M'Clure and Privates Toner and Tattescue, of the Echuca section of Rangers have already handed in their names for enrolment. Stockowners arc reminded^ that ii their returns arc not sent iii tothe Stock- Inspec tor by 10th January they leave themselves open to a penalty of £20* Dr. Byrne, the Roman Catholic OBisliop of JzSatuursfc, woo Has- oeen-...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

FOR SALE. I THE THOROUGHBRED STALL10S ? AUTUMN. I Also, ? THE TROTTING PONY I CARACTACUS. I Apply— MACKENZIE BROTHE&S. ? JUST IMPORT!! DOUGLAS'S NEW PATENT ? Gas Saver Cooking Stofj — AND — M AUTOMATIC GAS METEtj (6d in the Slot.) 1 WITH this Stove One Burner **?? operations at the same time. jM The most economical and easiest way of -*? pveiiintroduce.d. Jm V&fiwes can be seen workine at the Gal ? where all particulars can be obtaiueo. ? ALL PTO\JBS FIXED FREE OF $'? ' Copies of Testimonials from Gas Exp*tf ? seen o» application to— ? F. PATTERSON BHA»- ? Manager Deii!!^!

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Returning Troops. ELANDS RIVER HEROES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Returning: Troops^ ELANDS RiVEE HEROES, The 800 Australian soldiers who arm ea in tl e bay on the R.M.S. Onent on Fri day evening were landed in Melbourne on SaLrday morning, and, after marchmg through the city, were eiitertatrred at 1 .___ _i. *i,« rr^T-nhit-inn-huildinc by Z S*« of D*S(Mr MCulfoch). Among the Victorians who landed were five Tvho went through the engagemen at Elands River, which Canon Doyle his characterised as the fight- of the war. These are Sergeant Treacy, whose brother is now with the Victorian naval contin gent in China, Sergeant O'Loghlan,.and Troopers Bird,- Jones, .and ^Slatter Trooper Bird, who left with tne 1 mra (Bushmen's/ Contingent, has the melan choly distinction of being the only Aus tralian* who so far. has suffered serious permanent disablement through wounds.. His injury consists of tlie loss of Ins right leg,, which was taken off at the thigh by a shell during the battle of Elands River. Bird- who is a young man of about 25, came from Scarsdale...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Church Services. I CHCECH OF ENCLASP. First, Snnday after Epiphany. — Denili^S morninjr and evening. 1 Conargo— Mornini*. I Tholobin — Afternoon. I Mr Hunt's January 17, afternoon. I Tnppal — January 17. evening. ? Yen. ArchdeacoaEfil WESLEYAN CHURCH. I fieniliquin— Morning and Evening, I Birganbigil — Afternoon. I Rev. A.S.OrtJ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1 Mafchonra— Morning. I Deniliquin — Evening. I Rev. RoberUVe'il

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

BJacfc smith and S J i oeirl Forge. i C. LANGSHAtyl TVESHtES- to intimate to tlic rcsi,;. ,|;i ,„- 1 JlJ quin and surrounding districi. -i i--'t#' 1 % opened as above iu the back portion 1 r 11,',' H ji iijb nivcnnK ijauaioiy JiUipdi'iuni. nnd strict- attention. to business to merit ;\ }:i^ i1'1 H support.. ' ' 'iar. b All: kinds of Buggies and \Vagg{)n, repairej., Hbrseslideihgand General B!;.ciiS|Jlil] ing by a C-jnipetentTrati^nian, GHAHGES MODERATE A TRM-L. SOLICITED. WAWTKB. I 2,000 PEJLTS 2,000. H. L.V.:JON ES SADDLER, &-C.,. DENIIJQUJX. * Gives- the Highest Cash Price for a|[ Kinds of Fitted Skins. Hides, from 2dto 3iil per ]h. Sheepskins, from 4d to G-1 ].« Ri, Ilbrseliair, Beeswax, and. all. kinds of Su-ulris. A. J.. WHITE LOCK,! THE. RELIABLE TAILOR. | JUST Irndcd a hrrC r.ls-\ varied nMr;»M Tiejvest -designs in- .Autumn and WiTHerfini OompriKiiff : English. Jrisb. ami. Scotch Imu Worsted Coatings and Trouserings in twist Variety. We guarantee a ])crfect Fil, iimit...

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THE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

THE SOCIAL. In the evening a social was tendered to the members ot the visiting team by the Imperial Cricket Club. Both teams were fully representative, and a good many of the outside public were present. Coun cillor J. T. Chenhalls, the president of the imnonoi f'inh_ nnrnnied the chair, and J.IJJ L/t^A J»J \_*n*i-»| v *?* *' *~Xr w«— ? t after ample justice had been done to the good things provided, he proposed the toast which, as he said, is ever the most important to a true Australian, and one deserving of the highest place of honor — ' The Queen.' The toast was drunk with musical honors. Mr A. W. H. White proposed the ' Deniliquin Cricket Club,' coupled with the name of the captain, Mr Charles. He said that, although he was glad that the result had been what it had, he could heartily congratulate the visitors on the splendid uphill fight they had made. He thought that as the towns were so near together, these matches might be played oftener, and suggested that, now that Federat...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

DHNfUQUtN HOSPITAL. ; Annual Meeting. j „ i l\ —ic -f :!;c 'Sub-cribors to t iic 2-oni!:quin \ Ho«i«i'-ti will lie ncii at the Town Hall, lieniiiijuin. m Mnn.toy. the IHh day of January instant, at 12 ; 'clock noon. BCSJSnSF : /fiiipti'!) cl Anr.ua! Kepo-fs ;r,d Balance Siiecif. ? ;ecti-'n of I*'o Trusted?. OmMjiittee and Aunili''!-?. Miovki more laminations i-e received thai: there -?-q vacancies to fit!, the election will lake place on '-''riitc't'o b? fisei in accordance with the provisions of 'the Public Hospitals Act. 1808. particulars of ,vn, ,-;,„,,, be obtained on application to— ARTHUR LLEWELLYN, Secretary. Dcniliquin Municipal Council. MUNICIPAL LIST. IHEIiKHY ivitifv tlmt tlie Municipil L'Ht of Persons entitled 'to vote for the various Wards ofihe above-named Municipality are in inycu-*udy, anrt may be inspected by any person interested therein on any Office day between the 7th and 14th January during office hours, and any objection to anv name thereon, or claim to be pla...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. IMPERIALS v. DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Cricket. IMPERIALS v. DENILIQUIN. On Wednesday a team from Deniliquin visited Echuca, and played a team repre senting the Imperials. There was a good attendance at the oval, as a good game was anticipated, and in this they were not disappointed. Imperials baited first and scored 156, of which Reilly made 68 and Bear 46, both playing good cricket. Deniliquin totted up 134, Hill being. re- sponsible for 35 of them. The last por tion of the game was very exciting, as the last couple of batsmen made a very stubborn stand. Messrs P. D. Noble and F. Sparrow were the u.npires, and acted most satisfactorily, it is unnecessary to say. The scores were :— IMPERIALS. fleilly. l.b w.. b Robins ? f B-*'. c and b Hooper ? *^ Aspinall, h Hooper ? jj Tatchell, b Hill .. ? V Milledge. run out ? J' M'Kenzie, b Robins ? « Gordon, b Robins ? K Bruce, b Heriot ? ° Henderson, c and b Heriot ? ' M'ttillick. not out ? * Hastings, b Robins ? ' Sundries ? ? Total ? 156 Rowlinp-Heriot, 2 for 36 ; Robins, 4 for...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Mysterious bush fires having occurred on Mr 3. C. Symons, Wattle-park Estate, Ecbuca, Mounted-Constable Faulkiner went out and *Soba -guard during the night, with the result that from information received he arrested a man named Charles Derris on suspicion of having caused the fires. Every summer of late years these fires have occur red, anJ on Monday last three fires broke out in one paddock within five hours. Accused has admitted that be may have thrown lighted cigarette& amongst the grass.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

*t«ttee Staud r(U«vf» tttatnntljr Toothache Nearal(t« XnflaeiiM., A«s. Vcvor be without It

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Notes from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Notes from Various Sources. A sensational shooting occurrence took place at Balmain at an early hour on Fri day morning. A man named Maurice Turlill, 23 residing at 63 Denison-street, Prymont, was admitted to the Balmain Cottage Hospital suffering from a bullet wound in the back. He was conveyed to the institution by a resident of Balmain, who found him lying in a yard. It appears that Turtill was shot by Con stable Toms, of Rozelle station. Turtill, it is stated, was a prominent party in a hotel disturbance late last night, and for that reason Constable Toms arrested him. In a scuffle which took place the coa sliable was knocked about by a number of men, and the prisoner escaped. The policeman thereupon drew his revolver and fired. After the shot was discharged Turtill still kept running, and it was not known whether it had taken cflect. Con stable Toms proceeded in the direction taken by the runawaj', but was unable to find any trace of him. Turtill was found in the yard of a Balm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Hotel Tattepsall's, Deniliquin. I C. F. IPFRAGA EF)EGS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete with every . comfort [D and convenience. The. rooms are large, well ventilated, and the.Accom hodat on first-class. Private Suites of -Robins for Families, etc. Two Dining pOD BATH ROOMS (Ladies1 and Gent] em en's). HOT & COLD WATER. [ The Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class I . Groom constantly kept in attendance. I GOOD GRASS PADDOCKSr LOOSE BOXES AND YARDS. beciaS attention given to Lively. Bait & Letting I Single^and Double, _H|^r^^ ^s-^^^B^gg:^, 'Gjgst.:etc^^aj.id Ladies' . .^ I and ' GeiitiemenV;Sa~ficiie Hacks ^always oh'Hire at shortest - ?? I -. notice, and at reaonable rates. . Bail Coaches for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from TattersaH's. I ? _. .; .,;?;-.? ;x:- - ? ? ?? , -.-. . ? -? ? - IC.F.D. only keeps the Ifest brands pf Wines and Spirits, I Usher's Special Reserve and Watsori- *** Whiskies a Specialty. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Land District of Deniliquin. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Land District of Deniliquin. The following return, showing the amount of money collected at the Local Land Office during the year ending 31st December, 1900, has been prepared by Mr B. P. P. Kemp, (Crown Lands Agent) andjbanded to us for publication. Mr Kemp informs us that the collections are a record for the district : — £ s n Annual Leases ? 1093 16 1 Auction Sales ? 8773 17 1 After Auction Sales ? 269 7 6 Conditional Leases ? 758 10 9 Conditional Purchases ... 38,514 18 10 Homestead Selections ... 1326 3 5 Settlement Leases ? 2130 2 11 Special Leases ? 205 19 8 Miscellaneous Collections ...12,849 3 0 Grand Total ... £65,421 18 10 Total amount of collections made locally ? 44,289 15 11 Total amount of payments made to Treasury (direct) 21,132 2 11

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sergeant-Major Frank Weir. HIS DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Sergeant- Major Frank Weir. HIS DIARY. In our last issue we published fcJergeaut Major Weir's South African diary from October 14 to November 10 inclusive. On Wednesday Mr Weir received a further letter from bis son, included in which was his diary up to the 2nd December, and which we publish below : — .November 11. — All hands paradeu to-day to state their wish to get home, as it appears instead of going to Pretoria we are only going within 16 miles, when a supply convoy is to meet us and then go north again to Pieterberg and Warmbaths — a very un healthy locality. Posted previous notes yesterday and hope they were received. Rain again to-night. -yj v November 12. — Marched 18 miles to '-. i'-' Sterkstrom on the road to Pretoria. No 1 - Boers between this and the capital. Begin ning to feel like myself again, but still a bit weak. We all sincerely hope that this is the last time we are dragged round the country after an invisible foe. Struck a splendid camp to-night ; clear running...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Another Case of ! General Debility AND Nervous Prostration! Radically Cured« — ? V the Case of Mrs. MARY TAYLOR. (From the, 'Leichfmrdt Standard.') (BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) Jlrs. Tajlof darribs oil' a prospcrflus' business as a general storekeeper in Cecily. »treet, Lilytield, Leichliardt, near Sydney,. where she also resides. It was at this address that a* Standard reporter inter. viewed that lady the other day and obtained a- full and clear accouut of' her recovery from a «ei-ious state of , Genoraf Debility and Nervous Prostration, which was the- result of a severe shock occasioned by a Biidden and fUtal accident' which happened to her first husband, ' It was' A terribl© Shock to xtns;'r explained' thB: lady to the netfsv paper man,- ' and- 1 thought at the time I should never get over it.- The shock left me 80 nervous that I startted- trembling- and shaking, on the feast provocation. Going to bed was a mere farce^fqr I never got any true sleep. Gertainly, I, should- occasion a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Fi-ffE is trfE WACteA Dia^Rtci!:--TI»e fire which started on Grubben selection, in the Wa^ga district, on' Nb\^ Year*s Day, burrled through Evans Greek and Gookardinia, and continued its ravages through Margoplah, where it aestroyed hundreds of acres of grass and a large quantity 01 iencmg. n, aisu cattse* gretit damage to' tbs adding settlers. F. M'ftrphy had his pfoperty svfept, with the exception ot one piddock of grain and' anotner of grass. J. Byrne s Jerra Jerra property was- almost completely ravaged, the homestead only being, saved. On Mr Jas. Suodgrass's holding the fi*e made a cfean sweep. The homestead, however, was saved with difficulty. All grass, fencings, and standing crops,- which wouM have gitfen 800 bags of wheat, were destroyed by the flames. Afterwards the fire travelled to the Clunes Estate where ifc destroyed the wnole ot toe Bianumg cwp, several stacks of hay* buildings, &c. Byrnes Bros, and Joyce were also heavy losers The tire subsequently raged on P...

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