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

THURSDAY NEXT. AT THEIR AUCTION ROOMS. I At 2 o'Clock, Sharp. I MACKENZIE BROTHERS have received h I etructions from Mrs Bond to SeU by Puh I Auction, as above, her Superior c I HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE I AND EFFECTS, I Including-:— I Suite of Furniture, Sideboard, Pictures* Donbi.1 and Single BedBteadB and Redding Dressing I Tables, Looking Glasses, Washstands an I Ware, Cheat of Drawers, Tables, Dressen il &c, &c. ' ? SATURDAY, 20th mjnJ AT 12 ©TQbcfc, Noon. I ? M AUCTION SALE. I W. A WHITER BANKRUPT ESTATE I On the Premise^ at North Deniliquin. ^H Uunder instructions from the Official Assignee, ^| THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND ^M EFFECTS. ^M QNh DRAUGHT HORSE. ^M H. Jv WOOLD RIDGE, ^M Auctioneer, ^H Ageat for Official Assignen^H DENILIQUIK COMMONS TENDERS. I rr»ENDERS are invited, returnable on Momla^^B 1 2ind instant, at 5 p.m., for suckering abu^^B 4U0 acres on the South Common. ^^B Snpoffiraiinns at the Office of the'FndereW.^^H Lowest or auy tender not necessarily ac...

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

inlifflflVpiAHOS AHO- lir&UlS ORCANS. \ 1 The Material used in the construe- i I tinn of urn Pianos and Organs is \ \ ] Good, the very best that can 9 , U procured. 4 ( , -Ml *«A Steinway Pianos a « II U\W aiil Snsmead Pianos f i v, . ,. Lipp Pianos § \ tyotaiiUp Fourlcb Pianos J I f a ., \ Ecke Piano* f I ^Jour Victor Hanosf , \ Belling Pianos \ 1 f and J « 4 » Estey Organs, f , i Get our Oatslnjjues. Thev are useful jjuideB. 6 ' 1 Easv Terms arranged. \ 1 1. 1. im\ tun. ! 338 George St., Sydney. 1 FOR SALE CHEAP. DON'T MISS TH15. WINDMILL, 8ft. wheel, Alston ; also Windmill Stand, 1000 gal. Tank and Stand, Pump, Piping, etc., all in good working order. Apply this Office. NOW ON SALE. Raw and Boiled Oil, Turps, Draught Castor, Stockholm Tar, Neatsfbot Oil, Plough lines, Plough Shares. Garden Spades, Forks and Shovels, Fencing Wire, Colonial Ovens AT REASONABLE HATES AT P. FAGAN'S.

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A.J.C. Autumn Meeting. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

A.J.C. Autumn Meeting. FIRST DAY. Hurdle Race. — Marton, 1 ; Wee Jim, 2 ; Rickshaw, 3. Autumn Stakes. — Advance, 1 ; La Cara bine, 2 ; Dandy, 3. Two-year-old Maiden Stakes. — Nymagee, 1 ; Caravel, 2 ; Pendant, 3. Doncaster Handicap.— Wakeful, 1 ; Ferry man, 2 ; Robato, 3. St. Leger. — Clean Sweep, 1 ; Acumen, 2 ; Khaki, 3. High- Weight Handicap. — Alfonso, 1 ; Abington, 2 ; Whakawatea, 3. SECOND DAY. Flying Handicap. — Bange, 1 ; Hautesse, 2 ; Loch Clieveden, 8. Maiden Stakes. — Australian Colours, 1 ; The Future, 2 ; Lyddite, 8. Champagne Stakes. — Ibex, 1 ; Grasspan, 2 ; Hautvilliers, 8. Sydney Cup. — San Fran, 1 ; Australian .Colours, 2 ; Wakeful, 8. Steeplechase. — Irish Boy, 1 ; Volcano, 2 ; Crusado, 8. Nursery Handicap.— Fighting Mac, 1; Australia, 2 ; Prince Butler, 8. THIRD DAY. Second Hurdle Race. — Abedare, 1 ; Mar ton, 2 ; Rickshaw, 3. All- Aged Stakes. — Advance, 1; Dandy, 2 ; Fulminate, 3. The City Handicap. — Gauleon, 1; Aus tralian Colours, 2 ; La Hogue, 8. ? The East...

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Sports at Booroorban. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Sports at Booroorban. On Monday last the residents of Booroor ban held their annual sports meeting. The day was perfect for an outing, and a large attendance was the result, including visitors from Deniliquin and Hay. The programme was a varied one, and Bplendid prizes were offered. The two principal 'bike' races fell to R. W. Webster, of Deniliquin ; Hubert Porter won the District Bicycle Race, andT. J. Darchy the Consolation 'Wheel Race. Mr John Hanlon carried out the arduous duties of judge, and the hon. secretaryship was in the capable hands of Mr Hubert Porter. Results : — Pine Ridge Wheel Handicap. One mile. First, £2; second, £1.— R. W. Webster, scr., 1 ; W. H. Wilcox, 140 yds, 2. A. W. Drinkwater 190 yds, H. Porter 120 yds, G. Haines, junr., 70 yds, and T. J. Darchy 200 yds also competed in the final. BOOKOOBBAN BlCYCLE HANDICAP. TWO miles. First, £5; second, £1 10s; third, 10s.— R. W. Webster, scr., 1 ; W. H. Wil cox, 280 yds, 2; G. Haines, 140 yds, 3. Other starters in fin...

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

DOCTORS PRESCRIBE DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE WITH RftTiSFftCTORY AMD PERMAU1EMT RESULTS. f Dr. BouitcniEji's Certificate. I i2f Redfern Street, II Sydney, NJS. W. I To the I Dr. Williams Medicine Co., 2 Sydney. I Dear Sirs, I for some time I have [been in the habit of recommending \nr Williams Pink Pills \to my patients with excellent results. I As a tonic, their effect is {most satisfactory and permanent In \ Anaemia, Chlorosis, and allied dis I eases I have found them very valuable, land in irregularities they are un I equalled. I (Signed), I J. G BOURCHIER, M.D., 3 F.S.SC. (Lond.), J.P. I Late Government Medical Officer, N.S.W. I Anaemia (Bloodlessness)— Cured. (odisn act. One day in summer three years «JJ £»'»« iecame vTry weak in my M , ??_ j. ..f ? -*.„:„.« «,Kirh were recommended to me, but none am mf*J* , trnl (eel quite a new woman. A new life .s ??P'^,**™^ A;™ ft, ^excessive heat ta ? -^ect liberty to advertise th«aSsy0D«Ws^^ Terrible Hemorrhage and Rheumatls...

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Deniliquin Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Deniliquin Jockey Club. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Committee of the Deniliquin Jockey Club was held at the Globe Hotel yesterday. The President of the Club (Mr W. Kilpatrick) occupied the chair, and there were present Messrs F. Sparrow, J. Geraghty, S. Fox, O. Wilshire, H. Hawkins, C. F. De Fraga, and Dr. Noyes. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Accounts. Accounts amounting to £11 0s lOd were passed for payment. CORKESPOKDENCE. A letter was read from the Secretary of the Birthday Racing Club asking for the use of the course for the 24th May or 3rd June, at a fee of £5, making £15 for the two meetings. The application was granted, and Mr O. Wilshire gave notice of motion for the rescinding of the motion, making the charge £10. A letter was read from the jockey F. Boyson, who was disqualified for 12 months last July, asking for the remission of the remaining portion of his sentence. A letter was read from the Secretary of the Hay Licensed Victualler...

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The Melbourne Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

The Melbourne Unemployed. A deputation from the unemployed waited upon the Governor-lieneral (Lord Hopeioun) ast week with a view of imnresin* upon his hxcellency the Station existing amongst a large number ot men I who were unable to obtain employment owing to the congested state of the labour market. Ibe SnS speaker was Mr Fleming a well-known I EKr of socialistic leanings, and he, in typica lai ZuaKe, drew a eoiry figure of the position o affairs in the state He fissured Lord Hopetonn that Slww number of men were in such a reduced JoSn that their children were wasting away before their eyes for want of nourishment. Ibe was the S management of the country. Lord Honetoun was sympa hetic in his reply, but pointed out that he had no official connection whatever I wfth the Kate Government. When he was; pre rtiiuslv in Victoria he was able to make certain re rt«en aiiops to his advisers, but if he now went toSJo fine Ministers he might be told I to mind KRBrn business. However, he woul...

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Sports at Echuca. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 April 1901

Sports at Echuca. The Catholic Easter Monday Sports and Picnic held at Echuca on Monday last was attended by about 1500 people, and the takings at the gate amounted to £59. The sports were held in the Park Oval, where a procession, headed by the Second Battalion Rangers Braes Band, wended their way at about 11.80. On arrival at the oval a huge programme of bicycle and other events were carried out under the supervision of a splendid committee. A. H. Jameson, T. Rentoul, F. Leetham, E. Comber, and A. Ferguson took part in the various events, but failed to obtain a place. The following are the results :— Echuca District Bicycle Race, of £5, one and a half miles.— A. W. Smith, 65yds, 1 ; A.Aspinall, 45yds, 2; J. T. Donohue, 200yds, 3. Handicap Foot Race, of £2, lOOyards.— J. Kelly, 10yds, 1 ; W. Bottomley, 10yds, 2 ; T. Compte, 9yds, 3. Sheffield Handicap, of £5, 130yds.— H. Podham, 12yds, 1 ; W. Bostock, 14yds, 2 ; T. Morrisey, 13yds, 3. Bicycle Handicap, of £6, half-a-mile.— A. D. Mc...

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Riverina Frozen Meat Co., Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Riverina Frozen Meat Co., Ltd. The seventh annual report of the direc tors of the above company will be presented to the shareholders at a meeting to be held at the Company's offices in Mel bourne to-day (Friday). The teport, signed by the Chairman, Mr John Caoke, is as follows : — In submitting the Seventh Annual Balance-Sheet, your directors are pleased to report that the results of the season's work are very satisfactory. The balance at credit of profit and loss account on the year's operations is £7545 18s 2d, after refunding, by way of rebate, to shareholders who supported the Com pany by supplying stock for freezing, the sum of ^'169 3s iod. This amount, added to that brought forward from last year's account (£2522 5s 8dJ makes a total available balance at credit of profit and loss account of ;£ 10,068 3s iod, which your directors recommend^should.be^ap plied as follows: — To establish a reserve fund account, ^'5,000 ; to add to renewals and replacements account, ^2,500 ; to w...

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ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

ECHUCA. The local police, acting ou instructions received from the Solicitor-General, on Friday made appli cation to the Echuca Hospital commit tee for per mission to'use the Morgue at the hospital when necessary, and stating that a fee of £1 ' per bemy '? would be , allowed. Sergeant Gleuny, who was present, explained -that complaints having been mat -e of the bad state of . repair of the Morgue, an officer had made an inspection, and estimated the cost of the necessary repairs at £25. Rather than spend this amount, the Government made the ap , plication above-mentioned. The fact that the average uutuber of . bodies taken to the Morgue is about eight or nine per annum, which means an uually half the cost « f the repairs, was not t.ikeu into consideration at all. This is but anohter in stance of the peculiarities of Gora-utniu depart ments. The hospital committee refused to entertain the proposal. . - The sfx-year-old son of Mr John Jeffrey, eroeer. had hid right thigh broken on --a...

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Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Over the Border. MELBOURNE. Matters arising out ot a land transaction, which occurred in 1891, were discussed ou Friday before «v,/ul1 ^i'? -Hie Cbief Jufitice. Mr Justice Williams, and Mr Justice Hood) in connection with an action brought last year by John Worrell MtJIure and Arthur Cowan Sliann Williams, as executors of George Wrigley, deceased, against the Rev. Joseph Hay, of Dookie. Plaintiffs claimed to recover £218 for money lent by Wrigley to the de fendant. This claim was not contested by the de fendant, but a counterclaim was set up by him. In this he stated that he and Wriuinv in Mo™v, isqi were joint owners in equal shares of a piece of land in Holyrood-street, Brighton, and that in the pre vious month they had agreed that, in consideration of Hay paying Wrigley £1,000, the latter should transfer to Hay all his interest in the land, and, further, that it Hay sold the tend for less than £2,000 Wrigley should pay him half :the differeuce between the amount realised by the s...

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Warning to Householders. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Warning to Householders. Dr. Noyes, the Government medic] officer, has written to us as follows] ' Typhoid fever is making its appearance j the town and district. Will you throul your columns warn the people to M thoroughly all the water and milk used,] it is through these agents the disease I I generally generated. In course of coiiyJ sationDr. Noyes said there were now {J cases of typhoid in the hospital, viz., Mrs! Bellears, Mr John Jones, of Warbreccl Mrs Lacey, and Victoria Jolly. On enqtJ at the institution yesterday wewereinfornl that Mrs Bellears was almost convalesce! and would probably be able to leave her I in the course of a week ; and that the oil three patients were all progressing favol ably. There are, including the four typhl cases, 17 patients at present in the hospiij One of the oldest identities connected tI old coaching trade— 'Ben' Teasdalel pased away at Melbourne at the ripe agel 81 years. There was no more iamij figure than his in the early couebhv,' day! Co...

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Deniliquin Circuit Court. Thursday, April 18, 1901. (Before His Honor Justice Simpson). ALLEEED STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Deniliquin Circuit Court. Thursday, April 18, 1901. (Before His Honor Justice Simpson). | Alleeed Stealing. Mc E. J- Bayley Maoarthnr proses David Hanna, way w . , receivine second lncucinieuu w«« * ? SHI The foUowing evidence was taken :- SSSSSKSa o'clock. I saw the prisoners ««««*,, --- leaving my room. They were walking Sly. I went to the room and missed ?S watches and chain. I then informed mv father, and also- went down to the watchmaker. I afterwards walked aojn foe street and saw the accused go into Egan is Hotel. I then saw them come out of the hotel andgo west of the A bion Hotel to I wards a lane. 1 miormwi B»l6«-«' --'' of the robbery, and pointed out the two | accused, and said « These are the two men , that were in my room,' Douglas said 'Take a Bull ' I value the chain stolen at 10s. To Douglas: I did not see you coming out of my room. You were six or seven yards away from it. I made a mistake when t _;j t com vnn. A nerson comiuff through Lavender Alley could have tak...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Sporting Mems. I By Wkllesley.1 The Sydney trainer, T. Payten did well at the A.J.C. uieetiug, training four winners, viz : — San Fran, Grasspuu, Fighting Mao, and Lord Rudolph, lie won the itous Handicap on Saturday wkh the latter colt, who is by the imported sire Yard ley (son of Sterling) from Lady Rudolph (iuip.j, by 1'riuue Hudolpb. Though be won the Maiden Stakes, Australian Colours was distinctively unlucky at the A.J.C. meeting, as he subsequently ran second in the Sydney Cup, second in the City Handicap, and second in the Place Hanuicap. La Carabine and Advance fought their Autumn Stakes battle over again in the A.J.C. Plate on Saturday, and the mare easily turned ihe table on the New Zealunder. La Carabine was probably in want of a gallop when Advance beat her on the opening day of tlie meeting. She is a naiural stayer, and over the longer distance of the A.J.C, i'late Advance had no show against her. He was not, as a matter of fact, equal to beating San Fran, who finished...

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JEWELL-M'ILVENNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

JEWELL— M'lLVENNA. I The Wesleyan Church on Wednesday morning presented quite a pretty scene, the occasion being the wedding of Robert Frederick, eldest son of R. F. Jewell, of Deniliquin, to Mary Elizabeth, youngest daughter of J. M'llvenna, of Deniliquin. The marriage ceremony was conducted by . . T-. ACT TJnuJInn Tli« Tiri/lo the .Kiev. &?? o. «? xj.az.uiug. J-U.G j-'liuv wore a very pretty dress of white brocade silk lustre, trimmed with satin and silk fringe. The bodice had a tucked satin yoke, finished with satin rib and orange blossom, a veil and spray of orange blossom | were also worn. The bridesmaid wore a pretty frock of white flowered muslin, white lat trimmed with chiffon. At the con clusion of the ceremony the happy couple were driven to the residence of the bride's I parents where they were received at break !ast by a number of guests. Mr and Mrs Jewell left by the mid-day train for Mel bourne. The following is a list of the presents : — Bridegroom to Bride, s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

^JOHNADAWI, robacconist, Newspaper* News Agent i NAPIER STREET, DENILIQUIN. Lav Referee, Sunday Times, Arrow, Sporting rite Truth, Worker, Hawkiet, Demhqum h nlnt Windsor Magazine, Harmsworths fdpeC 1 p ctorial Magazine. Cassell's New Penny hAlZ' Charing Cross' Magazine, Cassell's r'T ' Journal Australian Journal, Australian r?lLmal Wddon'8 Monthly, Leach's Dress iTrSe Smoke, Union Jack. Detective Tales, tSdand Sea, Boys' First Rate Library, fffilo Uill'« Library, Heart's Ease Library, True I? Vir Library. Illustrated Bits, Sketchy Bits, If Rif«' Allv Slouer, Scraps, Snap Shots, Answers, IJ 5i \ 'eekly. C garette, Photo Bits, Illustrated IX Boys' Up-to-Date Novelette, Aldjne H. ti'Liv Christian Herald, Christian Budget, Police Kiipt'Vorld's Comic, Comic Cuts, Comic Life, Bond Comic. Illustrated Chips, Fick-Me-Up, IaP Snare Moments, Nuggets,. Funny Wondcs, Kin's Life, Home Chat, Horner's Stories, Klcfs Siories, Home Stories, Golden Stories. ?milv Herald Supplement, Scottish Nights, ?...

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TURNBULL-RUNDLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

TURNBULTj-RUNDLE. The marriage of Robert, second son ot the late Robert TurnbuU, with Maggie,] youngest daughter of the late Richard Bundle, 'The Willows,' Denihqu.n, and Mrs Rundle, Deniliquin, took place at the Scots Church, Deniliquin, on April 11, at 11 o'clock. The Church was beautifully decorated for the occasion, aim ^ -».. Robert Welsh officiated. The bride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr Charles Uphill, wore white silk, bodice tucked and trimmed with embroidered chiffon and silk applique, veil and wreath of orange blossoms. Miss Harrison was the only bridesmaid and wore white mercerised muslin, temmed with ] white Bilk and lace, transparent collar and cuffs ; black velvet hat, trimmed with glace silk and bie steel buckle. The Bridegroom s gift was a gold bangle. After the ceremony a reception was held at Mr H. Lloyd s resi dence. The Bride travelled in a grey poplin dress, trimmed with cream silk and em broidery ; black fancy straw hat, trimmed with black chiffon, ostr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

DENILIQUIN, FlUDAY. .?.I'll! I- 19. I yOl .

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Weddings. GRAHAM-McLAURIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Weddings. I GRAHAM— McLAURIN. The marriage of Edward Alfred, son of Mr Edward Graham, of ' Ardhu,' Royal Park, Melbourne, and Elsie, third daugh ter of the late Ux J. W. McLaurm, of Moroco Station, near Deniliquin, took place on Wednesday, April io, at the Presbyterian Church. The ceremony was | «Orfnrmpri hv the Rev. R. Welsh. The bride who was given away by Mr O Falkiner, of Perricoota, wore a trained gown of white brocade. The bodice had a tucked chiffon front and was richly trimmed with Li.nerick lace ; elbow sleeves tucked and finished with folds ot chiffon, and hanging from the bodice, caught with orange blossoms, were chition streamers finished with pearls. The skirt Tvas plain with the exception of a tew tucks on the hips and a silver braid round the hem. A veil and spray of orange blossom were worn. lhe Driaesmaiu* were Miss McLaurin and Miss Annie McLaurin f sisters of the bride) and Miss Graham (sister ot the bridegroom). They wore white silk frocks, tucked and. trimmed w...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

IN MEMORIUM. GLENNON — In sad and loving rememberance of ihy dear father, Thomas Glennon, who departed this life on the J6lh April, 1892. May his soul rest in peace. ? AH is-Jark within our dwelling, Lonely is my heart to-day For. the one.I loved so -dearly Has for eve p:i-sed away. I cannot clasp thy hand' dear father, Thy face I cm no! see ; But let this lii io i i/i-.en tell I still remember - iieu. — Inserted by his lovin^-dauifhter, Mary Woods.

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