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Melbourne Markets. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Melbourne Markets. Wednesday, March 27. Fat Sheep. — 14,700 yarded.' ' All qualities were represented, with a full proportion of good and prime. Thejnar ket opened active, with an npwaid tei - dency, and although the demand was not evenly sustained throughout, yet in n any instances prices for best memoes and good prime crosslinks 1 tiled fully 6 per head higher. Prime crosslv-.tl wen ers, 16s gd to 18s gd ; extra prime and he; vy, 19s to 19s yd ; good, 15s to 16s ; middling and inferior, 12s; prime crossbred ewes, 14s to 15s 6d ; extra prime , 16s to 16s 6d; a few at 17s gd and 183 3d ; gcod, 12s 6d to 13s 6d ; middling and inferior, gs ; prime merino wethers, 15s gd to 17s 6dj; good, 13s 3d to 14s gd ; middling, us to 12s 6d ; inferior and small, gs Id ; with merino ewes, 8? to 12s 6d. Fat Lambs. — 5,200 were penned. Best descriptions met with brisk competiti. n, prices for such showing a further tender, cy to improvement, while middling and in ferior grades were difficult to quit...

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

Robertson & Dou3 Have added a well assorted consignment J Crockery & Glasi Wane j To their larpe stock of Grocery r.nu IriwJ and while thanking vhe public of ;ifn:|J and district for their support durin-- ti'J'j twelve months, trust by the excellent 7 1 and low prices of all their poods to 3 nnnt.irmnTipn r-f llifi sampin fn ? '1 NOTE THE ADDRESS : ROBERTSON & DOUQLAsj NAPIER STREET. DENILIQCft. ! THE BILLABONG HOTE CONARGO. JAMES WHITE, HAS pleasure in bringing under the noiiceol residents of Conaego and Disu tand also the Travelling Pdblic that he taken a lease of tlie above well-known Hotel f Mr R Rogers, and trusts by keeping only the \ best brands of Wines, Spirits, and Beer' to m hir share of support. I Good Accommodation for Travellers] First-class stabling. A Trial Solicited. I JAS. WHITE. Proprietor. (lateoiJerW THE BRIDGE HOT! Napier Street, Deniliquin. ! J. T. BOUCHIEI WISHES to intimate to his many Friend Deniliquin and District that he lias k tho...

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Road Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Road Tenders. The following tenders for road work m the Deniliquin Strict were opened by the superintendent (Mr E. H. Bjto) ?- . Moama to Bama— R. A. White, £69 bs , A'c^iool)abbto£1Wambootal-T. A. Barnes, j?iin 9r fid ? P C. Sexton, £147. £1C?ear Hills ' to Daysdak_D. Glascott, £17 2s lOd ; A. H. Cobb, £34. T«.;Uor!o tn C, ear Hills— A. H. I/ODD, £2Denm'quin to Urana-W. Eames, £72 10s; T. Cox, £80; A. H. Colb, £92 10s. Jerilderie to Day sdale-D.. Glascott, £152 7s 9d ; A. H. Cobb, £207 10s. Barham to Moulamein— B. A. wmie, £36 ; A. H. Cobb, £86. Hill Plain to Mathoura— W. -bames, £117 4s;; A. H. Cobb, £121 Kb ; T. Cox, Deniliquin to Narrama— W. Eames, £61 13s 6d; A. H. Cobb, £62 10s; T. Cox, £112 Conargo towards Moonbria— W. Eames, £40 : A. H. Cobb, £56 5s. Deniliquin to Berrigan— Alex. Munro, £10 6s 3d ; David Glascott, £10 Ks ; Alfred H. Cobb, £22 10s. Deniliquin towards Moroco— Thomas Oox, £37 10s ; Alfred H. Cobb, £47. Deniliquin to Urana— John Byan, £39 11s; Newth and Fox, £47...

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JOHN ADAM, bacconist, Newspaper & News Agent NAPIER STREET, DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

JOHN ADAM, Lconist, Newspaper&News Agrent UlEB STREET, DENILIQUIN. !azine' CbSg Cress' Magazine, Cassells ^,1DCl Inurna Australian Journal, AuBtral.au [n iLrnaT Weldon's Monthly, Leach's Dress r n ,7E smoke Union Jack. Detective Tales, U Battle hmoKe,uu Library. r , ^r-UbSJ. HearfB Ease Library, True »1?,?1 bnSffluBtrated Bits. Sketchy Bits, E liarAiii Ssr Scraps, Snap Shots, Answers, Dit\K v Cigarette, Photo Bits, Illustrated f'nate Bovs' Up-to-Date Novelette, Aldine H. tfSrSn Herald, Christian Budget, Police World's Comic. Comic Cuts, Comic Life, H Vnmc Illustrated Chips, Pick-Me-Up, \f ?S Moments, Nuggets, Funny Wondcs, L v Life Home Chat, Homer's Stories, fc- Sio rtes Home Stories, Golden Stories. fc Herald Supplement, Scottish Nights. 1 Princess. Family, Inside, and Ladies 'Own EW Golden Penny, Miller's Annual Sporting Lhlet and Sydney Sportsman.

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

Death. — The death of Mr Frederick William Hoysted, an old racing identity of the district, occurred at Wangaratta on Saturday, from injuries received by an acci dental fall at the residence of one of his daughters. Deceased, who was 83 years of age, was born at Walterstown-house, county Kildare, Ireland, and was the second son of the late John Hoysted, a well-knoira and extensive landholder in the country. In his younger days he was a prominent man in racing and hunting circles, and followed the business of cattle salesman for some years in Ireland, and at Liverpool, England. He arrived in Victoria with his wife and family in 1859, and in the sixties and seventies was a successful trainer of racehorses. He and his wife (formerly Miss Barton, of Balling fraze, Queen's County, Ireland) have several relatives holding high positions in the British army and in the medical profession, and their sons, Messrs John, Fred, William, Henry and Robert Hoysted, are well-known horse trainers and ...

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

j, E. F. HOSKING, .B.C.S., ENGLAND-L.R.C.P, LONDON. neriy Resident Obstetrician in Guy's Hospita — has — SIMENCED PRACTICE IN DENILIQUIN insulting Room-Cressy Street, next to Mr mn's * 'ffice. dence— Wensley House. Mackenzie Brothers, ,CK STATION FOKWARDISO AW1- rOM.UISSIOX AOKSTS -DENILIQUIN,— ers. Rutherford & Co., Melbourne. in Mortgage and Agency Company, Limited of Australia. i Cooke and Go. [Northern Assurance Company. i . . ? L. CULLEY AND CO., (Late Rraim, Stevenson and Co.) cck, Station and Land Agents, VALUATORS & AUCTIONEERS, DEXlfJQUIN. Branch Offices at Naratidera and Urana. W. HOLMES & CO., Stock and Station Agents, UKKiMqtjisr. T. A. FREARSON, Auctioneer. LEGAL. Alexander and Windeyer, SOLICITORS. &c. i END STREET, DENILIQUIN. jTr- st Funds for Investment upoi. Mortgages ''-''!'; 5 percent. J. LA MAN, I Solicitor, &c, JCRESSY STREET I DE.MLIQUIN. |Ml^;f!r!;:,EE F0R AFFIDAVITS IN NEW | ? Ju i -i wale.s and victoria. la™ rmon,eys,...

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Returning Officers. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Returning Officers. Mr? John Witcombe, Returning Officer, for the electorate of Riverina, has appointed the following Sub-Returning Officers in this district : — Deniliquin No. 1 Booth — James Watson. Deniliquin No. 2 Booth — John Kelly. Tulla— E. S. Wragge. Stoney Crossing— A. S. Webb. Cabool — Herman Moser. Murray Downs— John Wyse. Mooney Valley — W. Webb. Moolpa — Guy Smith. Moulamein — Wm. Robb. Baratta — C. Cotton. Cropwell— G. W. Faulks. Goolgumblah — A. D. Wigan. Barham— J. W. M'Connell. Bundyulumblah — G. 0. Smith. Booroorban — A. J. Drysdale. Wanganella— J. G. Evans. Conargo — A. McCollough. Tuppal— W. H. Hooper. Pine Hills— C. Uphill. Mathoura— G. Geddes. Moama — C. L. Blair. Wamboo — W. J. Martin.

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

Hotel Tattepsairs, Deniliquin. C. F. DE FRAGA ~)EGS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete with every comfort j and convenience. The rooms are large, well venti'are , and the Accom idaton first-clnss. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining ? :x : ? )D BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER The ^tabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class Groom constantly kept in attendance. GOOD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND \AEDS, eelal attention give re to J Livery, Bait Jk Letting, Single ; nd Double Harness Horses, Buggies, Gig*, etc., and Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always on Hire at slioitest notice, and at reasonable rate, ail Coaches for Finley, Btrrigan, Cnhran and Noorong start from Tattersall's. 3.F.D. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. Usher's Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty'. FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. C. F. De FRAGA, Proprietor. i«l» ..... ... ? MW IIIIW...

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

I ,.V;%VV-TU5 It nr&Uee Bnut4 KliCALYPTl relieve* Innlantlj' Iffltdnchn, roodimr.lio Keuralgin Influenza, *c. Vi'vi'r l»-- without II

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The Electorates. NUMBERS ON THE ROLL. THE VARIOUS STATES COMPARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

The Electorates. NUMBERS ON THE ROLL. THE VARIOUS STATES COM PARED. Returns have been prepared showing ar« 16 electorates, in Victoria 23, n Queensland 9, and in Western ausi ran* f Touth Australia and Tasmania vote a on electorate m each case. The figures are as follows : — NEW SOU I H WALES. Rfll.rier ? 10.290 Macquarie ? 11, «2 Kd ? 10.996, Newcastle ...... MJj rinobtas ? 1'-66S New Knalnnil g co^?!..:::...... \*m Norths*™* j,;; £st|ndey.... l£|« £— M« HoEc ? 10.872 South Sydney ».«.« H nter' ? 13.184 Wentworth ... 3,3Jb Slang ™ZZ:. 15i296 West Sydney ... 14,661 VICTORIA. Balaclava ? 12.217 Laaneconrie ... 10,087 JSr ? 11.M7 Melbourne..... 2,86a Bend go ? H-'«* Melbourne Pts. 12,ol „ VB. io««7 TWfirnda ? 10,061 liourte ? .«.w~. ----- q 7m go. ? n-024 S. Melbourne 1,942 Kchuca ? 10.548 Wumon ? 10,868 Flinders ? 11.352 Wimmera ? 9.M7 Gippsland ? ».583 *arra ? 1*»,^*» Cooyong ? 12,915 QUKENSLAND. Brisbane ? 12.9R0 Mar.-moa ? 9,905 Capricornia ? 11,1*3 Moreton ? 1W Darling Downs... 1...

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Some Plain Consideration. FOR RIVERINA ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Some Plain Consideration. FOE RIVERINA ELECTORS. (By J. G.) ' The distemper of the age,' wrote Edmund Burke on one occaeion ' ia poverty of spirit and of genius ; ' and he went on to say that it was characteristic of the politics and morals of girls at a boarding school, rather than of men and statesmen. Were ?RiirUfiliTins? to-dav. he would ask permission to quote himself, with reference to the cur rent time and our Federal possibilities. The Federal movement, which we all hoped ?would have done so much to lift us into a larger national— and therefore larger indi vidual—life, has shown us, onr.e the gener ating impulse of a vivid sentiment is removed a poverty of spirit and of high talent among our people, which is painful and embarras sing. It may be due to the swing of the pendulum, and simply a re-action after ' intense exertions, but it must be confessed that in the candidature for the Federal Parliament we see no evidence that there has been any uplifting of national character...

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The Riverina Contest. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

The Riverina Contest. THE NOMINATIONS. The official nomination of candidates to represent the Federal Electoral Division of Riverina in the House of Representatives was was made at noon on Thursday of last week, when Mr John Witcombe, the return ing officer, announced that the following gentlemen had been nominated : — JOHN MOORE CHANTER, auctioneer, Moama. JAMES ASHTON, Journalist, Sydney. Mr Chanter was nominated by Messrs. Robert Gibson, Charles Hidgcock, James Newton, George Alexander Miller, John E. Donohoe, Henry Barkly tMaclure, William Johnstone, Alexander Tolmie, Thomas Baldwin, Charles Behn, G. G. Claughton, Thomas M'Intyre, Alan Mann, Charley Brown, of Hay ; and Messrs John Donohoe, Robert Clemence, Michael Allen, John Edward M'Laren, George Bowbell, Patrick Mackey, Percy George Cram, Richard Henry Heaton, George Redman, James Wallace, Francis Sparrow, William King, Alfred James Whitelock, Arthur James Butler, William Luke, Alfred 0. Thome, and Patrick Fagan, whose addres...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Election Tip. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

An Election Tip. i By Wellesley.1 It is not often that I take an interest in politics, the quadrupeds are more in my line ; but I have been induced to give the ' Independent ' a tip, There are two com petitors in the Riverina Stakes. As far as years go one is, comparatively speaking, a colt alongside his opponent, but when it nnmaa tn a. miAR+.inn nf brains well then the tables are turned, and t'other fellow is the colt. Now many of my readers will re member that great English horse Eclipse, when his owner made a wager that he would pick the three placed horses. The wager was made, and the owner named them. It was Eclipse first, the rest no where. That's my tip for the Riverina Stakes, but instead of Eclipse, it will be ASHTON first, Chanter nowhere. Railway Excursion.— On Monday next an excursion train will run from Finley to Sydney, the return fare being 37s -id.

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

IFF'' BANMRUPi: SALE IN THE ESTATE OF ^SES 8TON ^DENI LIQU IN i AND N. LteyiNjMJSNINf A'SttfEEjT, MOAMA. ^oSr Of PE BfFjgAL ASSIGNEE L~— ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ '. - ? ?? - r=-a-s=— 7— ? : i : — ? — ? . I m ontirp Stock must absolutely be sold1 within a'f6W' week6 ia order that a final ' I The entire bh»_ divid^ ^- declared in the Estate; ; ? ?? . his greh |:|igBi iR commenced, Rome amM^e^'All of- you I n \\ \m quickly and we will niake things.jium [for the time we are here. It will be a sweeping . I c ' |« Jnd when We do use the broom 'we ^weep clean;:;.' Efreryth ing inus.t go, even at slaughtering I ? '« ? we refuse no offer : in fact Btick.atinotkjin?. As this is a Genuine Hankrupt Realisation, 1 1-n ' it certainly must Jtfaotk all the^otjier^o-called Sales into * . I - A G(pGXKEO H AT. - i ? ? i:.' ? ?? -rZ+=\ ,..~j ..j-.:*; ?- ? : ? ' - I ? . .,.! , .,.. r. ..!..:..'. 7 f | j ^dies ! We are in the niidst of it— Slashing, Dashing, Hammering Down the Prices 1 i ' 8U in. White Sheeting, ...

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

I PALING'S I is an institution in itself. ? An inspection of their vast ? assortment of - J MUSICAL I INSTRUMENTS 1 ? will convince yon that B 1 FOR I fl durability and purity of ? ? tone one cannot err in one's B I CHOICE. | All the Latest Music. ? Catalogues Free. ? W. H. PALING & CO., Ltd., ft 338 CEORCE STREET, SYDNEY. ? GREAT Drapery Competition SALE IS NONA/ ON. Sound, Reliable ard Season able Goods ALMOST GIVEN AWAY. ALF. T. EflflRY, LOW PRICE CASH DRAPER, CRESSY STREET. THE SENATE. ELECTORS, STRIKE OUT EVERY NAME on your Voting Taper UUT TH E.SK SIX, HAMMOND, MARK JOHN KIDD, JOHN MACKAV, JAMES ALEXANDER KENNETH MANNING, WILUAM PATRICK O'CONNOR, 1U JHAllD EDWAH D WAD DELL, GAORGE WALKER All Friends and Supporters of the Ministry are earnestly required to vole for our Selected Candidates as shown above. (Signed) EDilUND.BAETON. Special Sheep Si OF 1 7,5OO Ewes and WetheJ AT ] THE COUNCIL YARDS, DENtjjq J ON I JVlonday next, the 1st fipj At 11 o'Clock, Sharp. ] MACKENZI...

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

Open Column. (We do not necessarily identify oitrseirex with the views expressed oy -mr correspondents.') (lo tJie Editor of the Independent.) Sir, — At Mr Ashton's meeting on Monday evening last, an elector put a question to Mr Ashton asking how it was that lime at present on tbj- free list was retailed at exactly the same price as it was when under the Dibbs Government it carried a duty of 8s per bag, the prices wholesale being about the same 9 Now this is a gross misrepresen tation probably due to ignorance of facts. Tn t,ri« first, nin.r.ft thfirfl was never a dutv nf 3s per bag on lime. Ten per cent, ad valorem was the amount under the Dibbs Government, making Gd per bag duty. The minimum price then was 9s, the maximum 10s ; the minimum price now is 7s 9d — and at the price is not worth handling, owing to its combustible and other disagreeable quali ties. — Yours &c, ALF. T. EMRY.

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Federal Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Federal Jottings. Encouraging reports have been received as to Mr Ash ton's prospects in Barbara, Wentworth, and Balranald, where it is ex pected he will have substantial majorities. Our Wanganella correspondent informs us that Mr Ash ton will have a majority at that place, but that Mr Chanter will head the poll at Booroorban. So far as the candidates are concerned, the contest for the Biverina seat has - been carried out in a fair manner ; but the same cannot be said with regard to a number of high tariff supporters. While in the one breath they are endeavouring to hound down Mr Ashton for being an anti-federalist and a disloyalist, the same '-skunks' are doing what the Boers would hardly do, and that is stabbing a man in the dark. We are Bure Mr Chanter or his Committee would not countenance such despicable work, but the fact remains that during the past two days these beasts of prey, clothed in the garb of a man, have been endeavouring to bring religious strife into this contest ...

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The Day of Battle. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

The Day of Battle. Electors are called upon to-day to record their votes for the election of a candidate for the first Federal Parliament. There will be two polling booths at the Town Hall, one presided over by Mr James Watson and the other by Mr John Kelly. The booths will be open from 8 a.m. till 6 p.m., and it is to be hoped that all electors will record their votes. The majority of electors have no doubt made up their minds which nametthey intend to strike out, but there are still a number who are undecided. On the one hand you have Mr Chanter who has repre sented Deniliquin for 16 years, and on the other hand Mr Ashton, who has a political career of 7 years. The former announces that he intends to follow the Barton Govern ment. In other words he is a follower of the high tariff party, who, according to Sir John Quick, will put on duties ranging from 25 to 80 percent. — 5s and 6s in the£. Mr Ashton is not a believer in placing a duty of more than 15 per cent, on any article (exc...

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A DISCLAIMER. The "Orange" Bunch. MR ASHTON'S EMPHATIC DENIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

A DISCLAIMER. The 'Orange' Bunch. MR ASHTON'S EMPHATIC DENIAL. Within the past day or two it has come to our knowledge that an advertisement has been generously circulated showing that Mr J.is. Ashton's name is included in the selected bunch of the Orange Lodge. Con cerning this, we are empowered from Mr Ashton to give a distinct and emphatic ?Jenial. Un seeing tne advertisement on his arrival in Hay on Wednesday morning Mr Ashton promptly disclaimed that he had any knowledge of, or had given any authority to the Orange Lodge, or any other such body to use his name in any form whatever. It is needless to say that a section of the op position has been making political capital out of the advertisement, but Mr Ashton's disclaimer should completely set aside any misgivings the electors may have had on the matter.

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Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 29 March 1901

Over the Border. MELBOURNE. Mr Out trim. Dep'ty Postmaster-ficneml, recom mends that in future 'all Government departments should be required to pay the ordinary postage rat us on their letters. Sir George Turner thinks (he pro posal would be of little practical value. It would be simply taking money out of one pocket and putting it into another, besides leading to awkward complications. Brother A. J. Peacock (State Premier) has bwn ri-. lnr»tf-f! ft M. nf t,li-» United (irand Lndirc of Vic torian Freemasons. He will be installed on f!-e 1 5th of May. in the presence of distinguished MaBOtis from all parts of Australasia. Hugo Fischer, the well-known advance ageni and business manager, committed suicide at Colac in a most determined manner. He had re cently opened a music shop there. Up to Wcdni;« day last week he appeared in his usual health and spirits, but not having been see.1) sin«e then, t lie police made inquiries, and on entering the shop on Friday his dead body was found in...

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