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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

At the Berrigan races, J ^'d rUl!D» the Rewards inquired into w s^J^m Donovan and Dorian. inf],,.the^B the former horse, together wl'Thei^B;; and rider, for six niont7' tio^Mk and rider of Dorian were cautio _^ Me P. P. ShaVs St. Bj^jM poisoned on Wednesday mornifc H I — ~~~~~, ^ tn the Echucft crlckettrs to LntolbM manure to me .fc ^ KngHBh „ |c on'f.CmS « they did that ho was IeWZcalan.l rycgraai i DeJn,,iquin nest year t«tlmt«S a ien swarrt. Deniliquin had a KcywdlHsce a pree bftr tbe ground it8el£ I^TtS STiw not poking borack. He Bond laugher}, ne .. but he was not r'ffwben.cbiwlS^m third ball. He ?iiiglung wben £ , „ a f ew words. Kuld call upon Mr Curr to J ^ ^^ He I Mr WSoSS Sim to drink the health of it cSfi 'The Navy- and Mr F. J.. ?entygavearedt^on . Succes8 to Cricket » Kunisaida WwordB, and tlw company rose ?KaA AiSproposed' The Mayor of DenilU ?,!'? The visitors had to thank that Rent toman ? his courtesy since their arrival in Deniliqum. ?sE HBkwden proposed « The Umpi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Liver Trouble, Nervousness, AND Indigestion. The Case of I Mr. W. MORLINQ. I (EV OVR KEP0RTEE.) I ,, 'I am very glad to see you,' said Mr I William Moiling, of No. 54 CnrtiJJ} I Balmain, to our representative, ' £v ' I . since my heahh came back I have been I anxious to acknowledge my thankfulness i! I a way that nmy add corroborative detail to I the many successful cases about which 1 1 have read of as cured by the sime medium ' I ' What was your trouble, Mr. Morlhw'.' I 'I suffered very badly with my liv,', I '. combined with nervousness and indigestion' I For two years I did not know what iUajl to lie freu from pains, which wereBopartici.l larly acute in my legs at times that I could I noL wa k. I really thought the pa:ns in isf ? chest ai.d head would cause my death, Thevl ' were always more severe after eating, when I sharp piiins appeared in my back and I shoulders. The food did not dige-t, but] remained like a stone in ray stomach till I thrown up again, the exertion of which...

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

THE BANQUET. On Saturday evening the visitors were entertained at a banquet by the citizens of the town and district at Tattersali's Hotel. Mr A. Jameson occupied the chair, and including the visitors there were 50 gentlemen present. After full justice had been done to the varied menu supplied by Host De Fraga. the National toast was drunk in champagne, and Mr Edmunds favoured the company with a song. Mr Jameson proposed the toast ?' Our Guests,' coupled with the name ot Mr VV. Bruce, captain of the Melbourne team. Mr' Jameson said he looked upon the visit, of the Melbourne cricketers as a great honor to the town, for the CJub they represented was second to none if the great Marylebone Club of England was omitted. The Club was a tower of strength to Australia, and its membership included the names of most of the leading gentlemen in Victoria. The Club had also done more to further the interests of cricket than any other club in Aus tralia. He trusted that this would not be the only ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne Markets. WEDNESDAY APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Melbourne Markets. Wednesday, April 10. Fat Sheep. — The demand was unsteady, caused chiefly by buyers having sheep . on hand. Prices ruled fully 6d to is lower. Prime crossbred wethers, 16s 6d to 17s 6d ; extra prime and heavy, 1 8s to 19s, with a Riverina draft, 19s 6d; good, 14s to 15s; middling and inferior, us 6d ; prime crossbred ewes, 12s o.d to 14s ; extra. 14s to 16s ; a few, 17s gd; good, us gd to 12s 6d ; others, 9s ; best merino wethers, 16s to 16s 6d ; Riverina drafts, 17s 3d to 17s bd ; good 13s 6d to 14s 6d ; middling, us to 12s ; merino ewes, 8s to us. Fat Lambs. — Late rates ruled for best descriptions, while other grades were in slight request, but no marked alteration in prices was noticed. Prime, 10s gd to 12s ; extra, 12s gd-to 13s gd; a few at 14s gd ; good, 9s 6d to 10s 6d ; others, 6s gd. Fat Cattle.— 1300 yirded, 380 coming from North-eastern district, 730 from Gippsland, 140 from the westward, and the remainder from local paddocks. The market was unsteady, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A VISIT TO WARBRECCAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

A VISIT TO W'ARBBKCCAN. ^H. On Sunday, at the invitation of Mr {^H McCulloch, the visitors drove to U'aibreocaoli^H stead. Mr De Fra^a's : rlra^ was placed st^H disposal, and- with Mr F. Sparrow in cnar^ol^H ribbon's 1i start was made shortly after d^H o'clock, a number of private traps acconp^W After a sumptuous lunch had been partaken ^B number went angling, others rowing, ana a i^h party visited the huge fruit garden. OjioI^H visitors, however, in endeavouring to catch ci^H the Murray cniU he had often read about. ki^M misfortune to ta nble into the water, much to^H amusement ot t te onlookers. Before lwiii^H home, Major Wardill thanked Mr McCnllock^B his hospitality, and said his team would tab^M with them pleasant recollections of the °^H afforded them by the manager of Warbreoaa^B

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The N.S.W. Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

The N.S.W. Ministry. Mr See has succeeded in the task of forming a new State Ministry, and the members were sworn in on Wednesday. The portfolios were allotted as folloivs :— Mi See, Premier and Colonial Secre J-arv. Mr Wise, Attorney-General. Mr O'Sullivan, Minister of Works. Mr Perry, Minister of Education. Mr Crick, Minister of Lands. Mr Waddel, Treasurer. Mr Kidd, Minister of Mines. Mr Fitzgerald, Minister of Justice. Mr Suttor, Vice-President of the Execu tive Council. , Two'members of the Lyne Ministry are not included in the new Government, namely, Mr W. H. Wood (Minister of Justice) and Mr T. H. Hassall, who ad ministered the Lands department. The new members are Mr Waddell, member for Cowra, Mr Kidd, member for Cam den, and Mr Fitzgerald, member foi Robertson. Mr Kidd takes the portfolio, vacated by Mr Feganupon his acceptance of the position oi Under-Secretary for Home Affairs in the Federal Government. Mr Crick, ex-Postmaster-General, goes to the Lands department, and Mr ...

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

SMOKE SOCIAL. ^B On Monday evening the visitors wereentert^H at a snio«e social at TattersaU's Hotel. *^M Jameson (President of the Cricket _ AssooH occupied the chair, and had on his right J-'j^B Bruce and Major Wardill, and Captain UulM on his left. There were about 40 present, H The toast of ' The King ' was prfpf^-M C'.hnirman ? nnd Mr Windever nrODOSed ' '-'*^H tors.:1 coupled with the names of MilJl)r1!^B who had beat Mr Fordham at. single «f^M Captain Bruce. The toast was a real good («M he (Mr Windeyer) was sure that all Presen'^l heartily join in drinking it in bumpers. 1Dt^H the M.C.C. had sent up to Deuiliqmn °a'M all they had expected. All had anticipated^™ at their hands, but he was one that dl(1°?^B they were going to be defeated so easily. o»H they had shown us all points of the game «'M play would be an object lesson to the low »m The toast wawirunk in bumpers ; ami/'^B ley sang ' The Boys of the Old Brigade. H Captain Bruce responded. HewUM his speech short, for whe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Berrigan Amateur Turf Club. AUTUMN MEETING. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Berrigan Amateur Turf Club. AUTUMN MEETING. (From a Correspondent.) The Committee of the Amateur Turf Club held a race meeting on Monday last, and was a qualified success. Results : ? Berrigan Hurdle Race. — Bagot, 11.0, 1; Waterford, 9.0, 2; Rat Trap, 9.10, 3. Trial Handicap. — Dorian, 9.2, 1 ; Rose Ronda, 8.12, 2; Forelock, 8,2, 3. Commonwealth Handicap. — Interest, 8.7, 1 ; Kangaroobie II, 7.4, 2. Nangunia Welter Handicap. — Turk, 1 1.5, 1 ; Rose Ronda, 10,5, 2 ; Morning Star, 10.2, 3. Momalong Handicap. — Forelock, 7.8, 1 ; Dorian, 8.8, 2 ; Donovan 9.2, 3. Kildonian. Stakes. — Donovan, 1 ; Forelock, 2 ; Turk, 3. On Tuesday morning the winding gear at the New Moon mine, Eaglehawk, got out of order, with the result that a cage fell away and descended .about 1400 feet. Some slight damage was done to the wind ing gear, but everything was again in working order on Wednesday morning. The Very Rev. Frederic WiDiam Farrar D.D., Dean of Canterbury, author of the ' Life of Christ ' and ma...

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

rjOHN ADAM, ' lobacconist, Newspaper* News Agent I KAPIER STREET, DENILIQUIN. ?ndpenida it, \ ™jor ^^ N(JW penny BagarC! roJrna Australian Journal, Australian KtBS urnal Weldon's Monthly, Leach's Dms- , ?°K bS3 Smoke, Union Jack. Detective Tales, ?-tei indS* Boys'. First. Rate Library, fc,n RHl's Library Heart's Ease Library, True BuUibrny Illustrated Bits, Sketchy Bits, ?? R ts AllV S oper, Scraps, Snap Shots, Answers, . ? ltBJS« wLkly, Cgarette. Photo Bits, Illustrated ?Trhte Bow' Op-to-Date Novelette, A Idine H. ? IS^SL Herald, Christian Budget, Police ? tt World's Comic. Comic Cuts, Comic tife, ?SBoSK Illustrated 'Chips Plok-MeJDp, Hr a P Snare Moments, Nuggets, Funny Wondcs, Bmnn's Life, Home Chat, Horner's . Stories, ?S'sWoriei, Home Stories GoHea ' Stories. . ?5y Herald Supplement, Scottish Nights. Bless Princess. Family, Fireside, and Ladies Own . Bvelettes. Golden Penny, Miller's Annual Sporting t ^?mplilet/and Sydney Sportsman. c ^^B ? . ? : ? ! ? A ? jTe. f. hosking, ; Bj...

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Notes on the Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Notes on the Cricket Match. TBy Duck-Egg.] What was the matter with the Deniliquin cricketers on Monday? Who? The Deni liquin cricketers. They were all right. Who were all right? Why the Deniliquin cricketers. Well that's all right. One could hear the boys in the street rrhirrininir thfl above all daV TuesdaV Another boy was unkind enough to say that the Deniliquin players dropped their bundles, and that he could have done better himself. The score of Deniliquin on the first day was miserable enough, as when Fordham's 27, Heriot's 17, and the next top score made by sundries are taken out of the total the figures show 13 wickets for 57 runs. But it pales into insignificance when their second innings is placed alongside of the first. Sixteen batted the second innings and sundries was the highest scorer. The aver age of the players was 8-2 runs each. The fielding of the team as a whole was even worse than the batting. Many of the players suffered from a tired feeling. Mudie and Darchy ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Dance at Conabgo. — A Cricketer's dance was held at Conargo (says our correspondent) on Thursday evening, 4th April, but owing to the rain the previous day it did not turn out as successful as was anticipated. Finan cially, it was a failure, barely clearing ex penses ; but by the few who were present a very enjoyable evening was spent, everyone - leaving well satisfied. - Dancing, interspersed by songs, was kept tip till the early hours of- ', Friday morning to the music of Messrs J. ! Mahon and C. Cadman (accordeon). The catering was ably carried out by Mrs J. ' White, a splendid spread being laid on the tables, where all adjourned to do justice to the good things provided at 11 p.m. and also at 3 a.m. Too much .praise cannot be ffiveu to Mrs White, and it was a great pity there was not a larger attendance to appre ciate her efforts. The Weather. — Since our last issue fine weather has prevailed — too fine for. the good of Riverina. Rain is now badly wanted, as a number of stations...

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Local Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Local Stock Sales. Messrs Mackenzie Brothers report having sold the following sheep during the past three months, viz : — 4,200 ewes for J. E. Keenan, Orange ; 4,800 wethers for Nocoleche sta tion, Wilcannia ; 8,000 wethers for A. J. Rial, Wolsley Park, Wagga; 912 mixed sheen for Turner and Weymouth, Moula mein; 723 wethers for E. and W. Naughton, Deniliquin ; 8,800 wethers for P. Heffernan, Milbank, Junee; 5,000 wethers for Yarra Yarra station, Albury ; 5,000 wethers for John Oddy and Son, Deniliquin ; 184 ewes for Mrs Preston, Tumudgerie ; 2,100 cross bred wethers for E. and W. Naughton, Deniliquin ; 1,200 ewes for John Oddy and Son, Deniliquin ; 688 mixed sheep for W. Badham, Deniliquin ; 986- wethers on ac count of various owners; total, 31,443. They also report the following sales of pro perties, viz: — 1,845 acres land on account of the Executors of the late J. W. McLaurin to Mr A. J. McLaurin ; the Old Moroco Homestead, with 400 acres freehold land on account of the Executors...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

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Cricket Chatter. DENILIQUIN v. MELBOURNE. AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Cricket Chatter. DENILIQUIN v. MELBOURNE. [By Duck-Egg.] AT THE TOWN' HALL. Major Wardill and his team o[ cricketers selected by the M.C.C. arrived from Echuca on Saturday morning and were met at the railway station by the reception committee and driven to the Town Hail in a drag, where the players were welcomed by the Mayor (Mr Fred. Jane) orer a glass of trine. In proposing the toast of the Melbourne Cricket Club, coupled wirh the names of Major Ward ill and Captain Bruce, the Mavor said he took it as a com pliment for a team of Melbourne cricketers to visit Deniliquin, and on behalf of the citizens he had great pleasure in giving them a hearty welcome, and hoped their short stay would be a pleasant one. Mr' A. Jameson, as President of the Cricket As sociation, said he desired to thank the Mayor for his thoughtful conrtesy to the Melbourne cricketers. Be (Mr Jameson) looked upon the visit as a red-let ter day, and it was a distinguished honor for the Mel bourne Cricket Club to sen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

I Hotel Tattet»sal!'s, Deniliquiri. I C. F. DE FRAGA BEGS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete th every comfort and convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilate , and the Accom ^Biuoclat on first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining HoOD BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER ^B The Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class ^H Groom constantly kept in attendance. ; H GOOD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND \ARDS. ^?pecial attention ? given to Livery, Bait & Letting J 1 ^^m Single ?flmiT3oiibi£^Ha'rness Horses, Buggies, Gigs etc., and Ladies ^^B iiid Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always on Hire at shortest ^^B notice, and at reasonable rate. ^^?Y.^ caches for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from Tattersall's. ^m ?-. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ??B Jsher's Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty. ^B , .RST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. ^B C. F. ...

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Pastoral and Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Pastoral and Agricultural Society. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Council of the above Society was held at the Royal Hotel, yesterday afternoon. Mr Geo. Lester (President) occupied the chair, and Messrs W. R. Raleigh, T. A. Frearson, M. G. Hamilton, D. Reid, J. V. Ineram, S. E. Donelan, J. Burchfield, J. B. Hamilton, W. Kilpatrick, and M. J. Carew were also present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence. Correspondence was read from Mr Geo. Anderson enclosing cheque for £5 on behalf of himself and a few friends for pony jump ing* From the Secretary Woolbrokers' Associa tion saying amount of donation to Society had not yet been decided upon. From the Department of Mines and Agri culture saying that a sum of £20 had been set apart for special prizes, and £25 as a special grant. From W. R. Clarke- suggesting the names of Messrs Oliver and Hanna as judges of thoroughbred horses. Accounts. Accounts amounting to £2 6s 9d we*e passed for payment, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

r GREAT BANKRUPT SALE I IN THE ESTATE OF Lqses stone, deiniliqlhn I AND N. LEVIN, MENINYA STREET, MOAMA. pORDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE ? FURTHER REDUCTIONS. |AST FOUR WEEKS. I EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD I REGARDLESS OF COST. HlOTHING TO BE TAKEN AWAY. DO NOT MISS ? THIS LAST OPPORTUNITY TO GET ? Bargains at your ouin Price. I BOOTS AND SHOES ALMOST GIVEN AWAY. wmember this is absolutely the last I FOUR WEEKS. IlAMOND BROTHERS, H Realising for the Official Assignee. H DENIUQUIN & MOAMA. Hhanqe op business. ^B Public Announcement. ? a. rowe ^?'ISHES to inform the Public of Deniliquin ^B t that be has purchased the FRUITERER'S i^^BNESS in End Street, carried on for eo many ^H by Mr B. 6. Holt, and hopes by civility and ^^B attention to business to merit a continuance ^^?blic patronage. BoR~SALE PRIVATELY '^?AT well-known property, 'KENSINGTON ^K, n £ situated three miles from Deniliquin ^He i Hay Road, containing 25J acres, on which is ^VU-roomed W.B. House, two detached bed ;(,...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. First Sunday after Easter— Deniliiiuin, morning, and evening. Iholobin— Afternoon. Vcn. Archdeacon Holt | FRESBYTER1AN CHURCH. Mathoura— Morning. Deniliquin— E vcn iug. Kev. Robert Welsh. WBSLEYAN CHURCH. Deniliquin-Moming, Afternoon, and Evening (Mission Services). Also, Rpeaal H.vanKelis»c Services on Monday an.i Tuesday evenings, at 8 p.m. Ueu. R. Bavin, Sydney. Pine Hills— Morniuc Tocuruwal— Evening. Rev. A. S, J. HardmR.

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Deniliquin Police Court. SATURDAY, APRIL 6. (Before Mr F. W. Garstang, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Deniliquin Police Court. Saturday, Ap«n.6. /Before Mr F. W. Garstang, P.M.) Thomas Campbell, who was «'»«?} be of unsound mind, was remanded for eight days for observation. Monday, April 8. Robert Parry, on remand, was charged with having indecently assaulted Emily Rogers at Finley on the 1st mat. Mr Win deyer appeared for the accused. Accused, on the application of the police, was remanded to Finiey, bail being allowed, himself in £100 and two sureties of £50 each. Tuesday, Afbii* 9. (Before Mr R. J. Eames, J.P.) George Young, for drunkenness, was* fined Is or imprisonment tiU the rising of Court.

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