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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

8t«U0O SMatf srcA&rrxi relieves Instantly XTeaOaclKi. Toothache XenvMffta Influents, Ac. Sroerbe vrli&oiit It

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

LlOTEIY PERFECT

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sudden Death. CORONIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Sudden Death. CORONIAL ENQUIRY. The Coroner, Dr. Noyes, held an en quiry on Monday morning at the Court House into the circumstances surrounding the death of a man named Thos. Robin son, who died on Saturday morning at the hospital. The following evidence was George Nevins deposed : I am a laborer residing at Deniliquin. I have known the deceased for two years. We camped together several times during the past two years. He camped in the bend at the back of the Royal Hotel since the middle of January. The deceased had frequently complained of ill-health during that time, and had consulted Dr Hosking. On Friday night I had deceased removed to the Carriers1 Rest Hotel in a cab. I then went home to my camp, and went to the hotel shoitly after seven o'clock on Saturday morning. I found deceased un conscious and thought he was dying. I sent for Dr Hosking, and on his advice I removed him to the hospital in a cab. I also saw Dr Noyes, who told me Wilson was dying. He died shortly afterward...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

[Hotel Tattensall's, £DenilfquIn I c. F. DE FRAGA H^EGS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete th every comfort ?j and convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilate , and the Accom Hdat on first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining B)D P\TH ROOMS (Lsuiies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER ?Tue Stabling Accomino.iatinn is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class H Gioom constantly kept in attendance. Rood grass paddocks, loose boxes and yards. BclaS attention given to Livepy, Bait & Letting H Sipgle and Ej^j?Je. Harness .-Horses, Buggies, Gigs, etc., and Ladies'. ^m notice, and at reasonable rate. ?il Coaches for T.-Vuley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from TattersalPs. H.F.D. o y keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. H Usii :.il Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty. ? FIRST ^SS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. ? C= F. O@ FR^GA, Proprietor. ? f § ?J^You need not send to Town | ? I ^m^^- For 5addlery. 0 H EVERYTH...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Melbourne Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Melbourne Cricket Club. A meeting of gentlemen was held at Tat tersall's Hotel on Tuesday evening last lor the purpose of making final arrangements for the entertaining of the Melbourne team of cricketers during their visit to Deniliquin. Mr A. Jameson occupied the chair, and Messrs A. H. Windeyer, S. Warnock, W. A. Mackay, F. Jane, F. Sparrow, H. C. Langley, and A. Fordham were also present. Mr Windeyer, for the sub-committee, re ported that a large number of gentlemen had promised to attend the banquet at Tatter sail's Hotel on Saturday evening. Mr Fordham said it had been stated that the Cricket Association was banquetting the visitors. He wished it to be understood that the match was being played under the auspices of the Association, but that the entertaining of the cricketers was being car ried out by a number of gentlemen on be half of the town and district. It was agreed that the reception committee meet the cricketers at the railway station, and that they be taken to the To...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

p^ GREAT BANKRUPT SALE I IN THE ESTATE OF Loses stone, deniliquin I AND N. LEVIN, MENINYA STREET, MOAMA. jyORDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE M fbe entire Stock must absolutely be sold within a few weeks in order that a final ? dividend may be declared in the Estate. ?his great sale has commenced. ?COME ALONG ONE & ALL OF YOU H Roll up quickly, and we will make things hum for the time we are here. It will be a sweeping H Sale, and when we do use the broom we sweep clean. Everything must go, even at slaughtering ^B ^ices ? we refuse no offer ; in fact stick at nothing. As this is a Genuine Ban-kruot Eealisation, ^m ' ' it certainly must knock all the other so-called Sales into I - A COCKED HAT. - ^m LAMES ! We arc in the midst of it — Slashing, Dashing, Hammering Down the Prices ! ^m 80 in. While Sheeting, usual price Is 6d, now lOd. ^B 20 pieces White Calico, usual price 6d, now 2s lid per dozen. ^m 50 pieces Print, usual price 8d, now 2d per yard. ^m 20 pieces Cashmere, all sha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Easter Sunday— 'Deniliquin, mroning at 8 and 11 a.m., and evening 7.30 p.m. Ven. Archdeacon Holt PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Wanganella-rMornintr. Pretty Pine (Mr M' Mi Han's)— Afternoon. Deniliquin— Evening. Rev. Robert Welsh. WESLEYAN CHURCH. Deniliquin — Morning and Evening. Rev. A. S. J. Harding.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLLING AT GENERAL ELECTION, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

POLLING AT GENERAL ELECTION', 1898. At the general election in 1898 the polling for the j Deniliquin electorate was as follows : — | Polling Place?. Chanter. Berryman. i Deniliquin (Town Hall) ... 174 64 Deniliquin (Old Land Office) 188 77 Jloama ? 197 78 Waraboo ... — 33 23 Matljoora ... ... 74 38 Tulla ? H 5 l'nppal ... ... ... 16 2 Conargo ... .?? 17 2 Baratta... ... ... 21 4 Wangonilla ... ... 32 2 Booroorban ... ... 28 0 Moulamein ... ... 81 12 Moolpa... ... ...17 1 Moonee Valley ... ... 9 0 Stoney Crossing ... ... 7 2 Murray Downs ... ... 11 0 Barliam Crossing ... 39 1 Total ... 95S 31 1 Majority for Mr Chanter— 647. POLLING AT GENERAL ELECTION 1894. Polling Place. Chanter. Chandler. Deniliquin (Town Hall) ... 243 128 Deniliquin (Court House)... 180 101 Moama ? 218 62 Conarpo... ... .. 22 11 Mathoura ... ... 97 22 Moulamein ? 82 20 Wamboota ... ... 49 21 Tulla ? 19 21 Barham ... ... 49 1 Stoney Crossing ... ... 24 2 Murray Downs ... ... 14 5 Moolpa ? .. 19 19 Wanganella ... .....

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Do you require Boots, Shoes, or Drapery of any kind ? P. Pagan has a large stoct on hand and invites inspection.* '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. (Before Messrs J. Kelly, G. H. Perrin, and R. J. Eames, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Deniliquin Small Debts Court. Wednesday, Apbil 8. (Before Messrs J. Kelly, G. H. Perrin,1 and R. J. Eames, J's.P.) Joseph Gordon v. Edith Loy, money lent, £22 18s. Verdict for amount, with £3 14s costs. P. Fagan v. 'G. W. Toll, goods sold, £3 15s 7d. Verdict for £8 12s 7d and 3s costs. A. Taysom v. A. Munro, goods sold, £9 7s 6d. Application for a new trial. No ap )pearan£e of applicant Munro. Case struck out.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr G. H. Reid on the Riverina Election. A REGRETTABLE INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Mr Q. H. Reid on the Riverina Election. A REGRETTABLE INCIDENT. Mr G. H. Reid, in the course of an inter view with the ' Daily Telegraph,' comment ing on the Riverina election says : — ' The one great regret that I have in connection with .the elections is the probable defeat of Mr Ashton for the Riverina. Mr Ashton did not study his own wishes in becoming a candidate, and only stood at my earnest request. My belief was that he was the only man who could win the seat for us. Under these circumstances I pressed him against his own inclinations to become a candidate for that constituency, and I, therefore, feel very sorry at the probable result. It seemed inconceivable to me that the electors, of any intelligent constituency could prefer Mr Chanter to Mr Ashton. By no means do I wish to disparage Mr Chanter in any way, because I have a high respect for him in many ways, but I really look upon Mr Ashton as one of the brightest young politi cians of the continent, and I think that the p...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Sporting Mems. I By Wellebley.1 Wooral is given a good chance in »-»« p'»J E'*; tern Steeplcchaee at Oukapannga on . Mondnj bj people who are credited with knowing the doings of heCaulfield horse. He is at present in Adelaide, and will probably be ridden atj Onkapannga by J. J. Allan. The Caulfield jockey S. Thomas left bv the. Adelaide express on Monday afternoon to r.de feyless m the Onkaparinga Cup on Monday next, biuce they ar rived in Adelaide the stable companions, Primate and Keyless arc reported 10 have done well. The V.A.T.C. stewards on Monday further in quired into the running of Norman in the Steeple chase at Caulfied at their last meeting, as a result of which the jockey R. Coffin was disqualified tor u, months for suspicious practices. Several witnesses were examined, including bookmakers who were al leged to have benefited bv special knowledge regard ing the chances of the horse, but all the informa tion Mr T. W. Moule, the secretary of the club felt inclined to vouch...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SENATE POLLING AT DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

THE SENATE POLLING AT DENILIQDIN. There was a good deal of bother over the election of Senators, notwithstanding that the canvassers for both parties distributed the protectionist and free trade ' tickets ' free'.y. In two or three cases it took voters over half-an-hour to strike out the 44 names. There were 163 informal votes. Details : — R. E. O'Connor ... ... ... 283 John Kidd ... ... ... 254 W. P. Manning ? 246 J.A. K. Mackay... ? 232 G. W. Waddell ? 23i M.J.Hammond... ... ... 213 J.T.Walker ? ... 174 A. J.Gould ? 168 J. P. Gray ? 168 E. Pulsford ? ltiS E. D. Millen .„ ? ; 162 J. C. Neild ? 155 J. Norton ... ... ... 92 E. Terry ... ... ... 40 D. R. O'!=ullivan ? ... 34 Donald Macdonnell ... ... 32 H. B. Lawsetlei1 ... ... ... 31 HarricWood ? ,R JohnKcfll - ? 12 John Ernest Cook ? J' R. D. Mcagbcr ... ? :. Samuel Smith ... ?» ??? .. G. H. Cox ... ? Jo A.Armstrong ... — ?' ,„ Francis Abigail ... — — ..„ Patrick Lynch ... — - ]2 E. L. Thompson ... — *?? :* Andrew Thomson — — :* Ede...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

ECHDCA. Territorial revenue to the amount of £654 12s lid was paid in at the local sub-Treasury during the month of March. For the same period a sum of £222 8s was received at the Customs House as Customs dues. Mr David Christie, a resident of Echuca for the last 30 years, was on Monday night tendered a fare well by the residents and members of the Loyal Rodney Lodge, Independent Order of Oddfellows. There was a splendid gathering, and the guest was made a recipient of a past master's jewel by the members of the Lodge amid great applause. Mr Christie has been connected with the Agricultural Society aud hospital committee since their incen tion. Already two candidates are mentioned as certain to contest the election for a representative for Gun bower in the Victorian State Parliament, rendered vacant by the election of Mr M'Coll to the Federal Parliament. Those mentioned are Mr W.T. Webb, of Rochester, who for some years represented llod uey in the Victorian Assembly, and Mr John (Ju...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Federal Elections. MR CHANTER SUCCESSFUL. FOR THE RIVERINA ELECTORATE. BY A LARGE MAJORITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

The Federal Elections. MR CHANTER SUCCESSFUL. FOR THE RIVERINA ELECTORATE. BY A LARGE MAJORITY. Friday last will be long remembered in Deniliquin, and judging by reports of our contemporaries, the same may be said in all the important towns of the Riverina electorate. The enthusiasm that was taken in the election locally put one m remind or old times. The election was supposed to have been a clear-cut issue on freetrade and protection, but, as in most other elections, side issues crept in, and it is extremely doubtful if the election was won on the pro tection vote. The polling booths were open to the electors at 8 o'clock punctually and the first vote was recorded a fow minutes after. Mr James Watson had charge of No. 1 Booth in the Council Chambers, Mr J. Heriot acting as poll clerk ; and Mr John Kelly presided over No. 2 Booth in the body of the Town Hall, Mr T. Matthews acting as his assistant. During the whole of the day supporters of the respective candidates left no stone un ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

?jj- An Honesty fgjgj r.|, Man's Words. IB &ffii$tt'{ !^ Mk' Geo- IkIlLLARD Walker- Hawera, New i rMa || wlfcfoW W Zealand, a hale, hearty and active man, told jtz^^ §his own experience to a reporter ot the Hawera |fj{I)m!s^ \ Morning Post, who took down his words. Mr. ^^^j^ W Walker, who came to New Zealand as a private ftpninzim^ §in the Queen's Own Regiment — and later on § I (Mas I| went through the Maori War serving under X&IUoltH |y § General Chute, exchanged the life of a soldier i8&Rgn| for that of a gold miner. It will be seen that he liOi5 §) lM_ had suffered severely from Sciatic Fever and J!^S?^* fUJii^sT Ij\ Ague, and Rheumatic Fever, and was treated FfH^ljl J^Ce m unsuccessfully by hospitals and doctors. He, ll&sMvJff a himself, regarded his case as hopeless. He F£p'fiwci^i I 1'J was, however, promptly, permanently and kllpHii* || i ^ entirely cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills -dllliiixjfjf j §for Pale People. . /ffpSPffo I 'I am,' said ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deniliquin Police Court MONDAY, APRIL 1. (Before Mr J. Kelly, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 April 1901

Deniliquin Police Court. MONDAY, APRIL. 1.   (Before Mr J. Kelly, J.P )   Thomas Mulready pleaded guilty to being   drunk and disorderly on Sunday night and was fined 5s or 48 hours imprisonment.   TUESDAY, APRIL 2.   (Before Mr J.Kelly, J.P.)     Thomas Mulready was again presented on a charge of drunkenness, and was fined 10s or 7 days' imprisonment.     Hannah Maher was charged with concealment   nent of birth, and was remanded to Shep-   parton, Victoria.   WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3.   Before Messrs J. Kelly, G. H. Perrin and R. J. Eames, J's.P.)   John Lang, charged with drunkeness pleaded guilty, and was discharged; and on a further charge of using, indecent language   he was fined 10s or two days in gaol.   THURSDAY, APRIL 4.   (Before Mr John Kelly, J. P.) &amp...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Can Germany be Trusted? [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

7. ? — i Can Germany be Trusted ? Since the Emperor William has shown his friendship for England in so marked* fashion, people have begun t° ™onde whether the British Government * II not aim to draw tighter the bonds *« bind ub to Germany. They recall how on one fan, om. occasion Mr Chamber lain hinted that :- „„-.-;„ »,rpntnalities England, German) , and ih^iinUed States myht stand belore Europe shoulder to shoulder-and they ask whether already the first ^ps to this new world alliance have not been taken To understand the position properly, however, a glance should be .taken at tte tasks that confront the Kaiser h mselU Germany has a policy °f her own, adapted ? to her own peculiar requirements, not England's, as' Mr Sydney B~oks has pointed out in a clever and ^ell-reasoned article on the subject in the current is.ue ? nf the ?' World's Work.' ONLY HALF A NATION. Germany, one must always bear in mind, is still only half a nation, and needs, and will need for some time yet, a stron...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Robertson & Douglas Have added a well assorted consignment of Crockery & Glass Wane To their large stock of Grocery and Ironmongery and while thanking the public of Dcniliquin and district for their support during tbe last twelve months, trust by the excellent quality and lotv prices of all their goods to merit a continuance of the same in future. NOTE THE ADDRESS : ROBERTSON & DOUGLAS, NAPIER STREET, DENIL1QUIN. THE BILLABONG HOTEL CONARGO. JAMES WHITE, HAS pleasure in bringing under the notice of the residents of Conabgo and Disteict tand also tbe Travelling Public that he has taken a lease of the above well-known Hotel from Mr R. Rogers, and trusts by keeping only the very best brands of Wines, Spirits, and Beer, to merit a hir share of support. Good Accommodation for Teavellers. First-class stabling. A Trial Solicited. JAS. WHITE, Proprietor. (late of Jerilderie.) THE BRIDGE HOTEL Napier Street, Deniliquin. J. T. BOUCHIER, /iniTISHES to intimate to his ma...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Sporting Mems. I BY WEr-LESIrET.l Advance, nas at last won a race in Australia, the Autumn Stakes at Rand wick going to him. Though tie. does not possess the dodged determination of La Carbine, there is no rioubt about the New Zea lander's brilliancy. He was not given a fair show at Fleming! on, where he was asked to win long and severe races on a sprinting preparation. One i hing can be .said ofAdvance— that he had not won out of his turn, and no one will begrudge Messrs Duncan md Abbott their success, for they have shown a deal jf enterprise in bringing the horse over from New Zealand. La Carabine will probably be benefited by her race, so that the next meeting between her ind Advance should be .very interesting. With Malster off duty and La Carabine-beaten in her first race, Scobie's stable, it goes without saying, is not in for such a good time as at the Flemington meeting. Glean Sweep,1 however, won a race on Saturday, but he had nothing to beat.. He may, all the same prove bhe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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