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

X PHLING'S I 2 The very best M V PIHN6S and 1 ft EVERVBeDY I X W. H. PAUMB * £ l» 'I I Blacksmith and Shoeing I Forge. C. LANGSHAW, %,c.l S above iii ihe back portion of the premises I ? 'riverine Sad-llery Emporium, and trust by I dVict attention to business to merit a fair share of I sui'i'ort. i ? I All kinds of Buggies and Waggons I repaireJ. I Horseshoeingand General Blacksmith I ijig by a Csir petent. Tradesma. I CHARGES MODERATE. I A TRIAL SOLICITED. | WANTED. I 2,000 PELTS 2,000. |H l~ J O N El S, ? SADDLER, &c, DENILIQDIN, Hives the Highest Cash Price for all I Kinds of Furred Skins. ? Hides, from 2d to 3Jd per 1b. B Slieepskins, from 4d to 6d per lb. H Horsehair, Beeswax, and all Kinds of Sundries.. Lj. WH1TEL0CK, I THE RELIABLE TAILOR. ? UST landed a ilar^e mk! ii i'k'. r ffoi'I men . W newest designs in Autumn, and Winter Good nnprising : English, Irish, ami Scotch Tweeds ?orstcd Coatings and ^Trouserings in endles ?trieiy. We guarantee . a perfect Fit, and nnap ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Vamjebs' Report. — The folio Wiiig report has been received by the Muiiic-i^ai Council from the valuers : — '.We beg fco report having revised the values of the rateable properties in the municipality with the following result :— South Deuiliquin, im proved property £22,0o0 13s 5d, capital value unimproved property, £12,231 ; North Deniliquin, improved property, £5,063 4s 6d, capital value unimproved property, £1,667. We are, gentlemen, Your obedient servants, — W. Matthews, S. Fox, Valuers.' Wesleyan Mission. — The Rev. Eainsford Bavin, the organising secretary of the Century Fund, paid a visit to Deniliquin, arriving here on Fri Jay last. In the evening he delivered a plea-Jug lirctu:: .;.' ? A '.;y through Europe.' The lect,i.i;v v ??:,.;- ?:;,:- men ted by lantern views! Boiii ou SiuWp.a morning and evening the liev. Bavin preached eloquent and impressive sermons to large congregations. Evangelistic services were conducted on Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings, at which the K...

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

f^ GREAT BANKRUPT SALE I IN THE ESTATE OF Loses stone:, deniuquin I AND N. LEVIN, MENINTA STREET, MOAMA. pRDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE [FURTHER REDUCTIONS. |AST FOUR WEEKS. ? everything must be sold I REGARDLESS OF COST. m — : ?OTHING TO BE TAKEN AWAY. DO NOT MISS ? THIS LAST OPPORTUNITY TO GET I Bargains at you? omn Price. I BOOTS AND SHOES ALMOST GIVEN AWAY. ^ ^ ^ — — ?— ? — — — — ^— »^— ^— — — — i ^^^T^ — — — ^^^— — — ^— — ^^— — — ^— ^— — — ?emember this is absolutely the last ? FOUR WEEKS. MAMOND BROTHERS, H H^alising fop the Official Assignee. H DENIUQUIN & MOAMA. M DENIUQUIN CYCLE H AND ?ACH1NERY AGENCY, I END STREET. ^B Agents fob : Hfrauklin.BjdjBird, Raleigh, Kover, Dayton, ^?vdanii, and Humber Cycles. Ladies' ^m and Gent's Bicycles on hire. ?' in every branch of the trade done on the H% and Duplicates Stocked. Tyre making ^H Agents fob : ^Peering Harvester Company's VPlements and Machinery. ^H INCLUDING : H'tiST1?1- Wlnn°werS, Eeapers and BSs 01 ffhl?eSl l-l0^hB- ...

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

Hotel Tattersall's, Deniliquin. C, F. DE FRAGA [?QEGS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete th every comfort jjj and convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilate , and the Accom luodat on first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc.. Two Dining |)0D BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER ? ? ?*? ? r~ I The Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class I Groom constantly kept in attendance. I GOOD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND \ARDS. ? -x- isecial attention given to Livery, Bait & Letting I Single :nd Double Harness Horses, Buggies, Gigs, etc., and Ladies' I ;md Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always on Hire at shortest . ? '* notice, and at reasonable rate. ? *'? Wail Coaches for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from Tattersall's. ?C.F.D. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ? Usher's Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty. I FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. |_ C....

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

?f HKNTH* ?VCAIiVrVI r»ll«re* Instantly Headache, Toothtche Menralgla InOneitEa, Ac. SI ever be wl«*»onl It

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Deniliquin Municipal Council. MONDAY, APRIL 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Deniliquin Municipal Council. Monday, April IB. The adjourned fortnightly meeting of the above was held on Monday evening. The Mayor (Alder man Fred Jane) occupied the chair, and Aldermen Perrin, Jones, Taylor, O. Evans, Jefferson, J. G. Evans, Latchford, and Kelly were ulso present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence. From the Fire Underwriters' Associei ion saying that in view of the disastrous fire which occurred in Newcastle when a number of firemen were absent at a demonstration in Ooulburn, the Insurance Com panies had decided that they will only contribute to those brigades who give an undertaking to the following effect : (1) That not more than one-half bf the enrolled firemen shall at any time leave the town to attend fire brigade cormetitions elsewhere (2) That none of fire brigade plant shall be taken away by firemen to any such demonstration. The Council Clerk said the Captain of the fire brigade would give the required undertakin...

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

CHANQEOFBUs^J Public Announcement.! a. Rowel BDSIKESB ta Eod BtSS M^M year. by Mr E. S. Hull. «nd h, S bI ''? RobertsoiT&DoiJ Have added a well assorted cousipj Crockery $ q\ I Ware I To their large stock of Grocery and I, M and while thanking the pff Jl and district for their supnort dnri. ? twelvemonths, tr.st b/ff.J 1 and low prices of all their good !? continuance of the same in future. ? NOTE THE ADDEEBS ? I ROBERTSON & DOUGll napier street, deniliqcJ THE BILLABONG Hq| JAMES WHiTl HAS pleasure in bringing; umlw iht.-M residents of Conakgo and L-fl and also the Tbavelling Public that I takenalea.se of the above tvelJ-kooivo Hoi Mr 11 Rogers, and trusts by keeping unh | best brands of Wines, Spirits, and Beer! to| lair share of suppmt, ' H Goon Accommodation foe TkaveuI First -class stabling. A Trial Soliciiel JAS. WHITE. I Troiirietor. | (laieof.Jel THEBRIDGEflol Napier Street, Deniliquinl J. T. BOUCHli WISHES to intimate to Imp many frfl Deuiliquin and District ...

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Open Column. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the views expressed by our correspondents.) (To the Editor of the Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Open Column. nvedo not necessarily idemjy ^'^f tU riewi expressed oy our correspondents.) fin the Editor oftlie Independent) Sib -On the occasion of Mr Chanter's last sthLSen'cetothe matter, and Mr Jameson, who was present, maintained throughout a respect ful demeanour, the meeting closed without any SsfflS comment arising between the disputants. p 5.EL n,. mppHne. the respective committees of tbe twe ^ candidates' for the Federal Parliament resolved that if it lay in their power anything approaching a scene roust be avoided, and the SSve step was taken by Mr Ashton's committee 'SgonMr Jameson and exacting from him a promise that if he attended the meetmg not to Speak unless directly attacked by Mr Chanter. On learning this my committee placed the matter before Mr Chanter and he agreed to accept the same conditions. 1-4. I regret trespassing on your space with a subject which concerns only a certain section of your readers, but in justice to both Mr Chanter and Mr Jameson I think th...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Second Sunday after Easter — Deniliquin, morning and evening. Birganbigil— Afternoon. Morago— April 2a, evening. Murgha — April 23, evening. Baratta— April 24, evening. Mrs Bveritt's— April 25, morning. Ven. Archdeacon Holt PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Conargo— Moraine. Tholobin — Afternoon. Deniliqu in — Evening. Rev, Robert Welsh. WESLEYAN CHURCH. Deuiliquin — Morning, and Evening. Rev. A. 8. J. Harding. Morago— Momingk Mr Ii. W. Faweett.

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QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT. (Before the P.M. and Messrs. Fulton and Elliott, Js.P. . [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT. (Before the P.M. and Messrs. Fulton and Elliott, Js.P. . The reports of all the hotels throughout the district were submitted and stated that they the conducted. The report was ad opted. At the conclusion of the sitting the Bench decided to fix the houf for the open ing of the court on all future occasions for. 11 a.m. instead of 10 a.m. The A.C.P.S. was asked to make a note of this when issuing summonses. The Court then adjourned; Chairman of Cosimittbes. — Mr J. M. Chanter, who has frequently been Acting Chairman of Committees, has consented to be nominated for the position of Chairman of Committees in the House of Representa tives.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before the P.M. and Mr Ellott, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

SMALL DEBTS COURT. (Before the P.M. and Mr Ellott, J.P.) Peterson and Sargood v. C. F. Forbes. — Summons to show why an execution upon his goods should not be issued against him. Service being proved the Court ordered an execution to issue.

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Deniliquin Police Court. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1901. (Before Mr J. Kelly.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Deniliquin Police Court. Saturday, April 13, 1901. (Before Mr J. Kelly.; Thomas Campbell, on remand, for being of unsound mind, was discharged. Robert Douglas, charged with stealing a tent the property of a man named Best, was remanded for eight days, on the ap plication of the Police. Tuesday. April 16. (Before the Magistrate.) William Fitzgerald, for drunkenness, was fined 10s or seven days' imprison ment. Wednesday, April 17. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Edward Duffy pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and was discharged. Michael Ryan appeared, on remand, charged with being of unsound mind, and after the evidence of Drs. No3'es and Hosking had been taken, which showed he had several times been under medical observation, was of filthy habits, and ab solutely unfit to be at large, accused was ordered to be 'sent to the Kenmore Asylum. Alfred Barnes v. Daniel Hayes, was a claim for us 8d for work done as a labourer. After hearing the evidence, Hayes was ordered to pay the ...

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Melbourne Markets. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Melbourne Markets. Wednesday, April 24. Fat Sheep.— 13,400 yarded, a large pro portion consisted of second and good quality light-weight merinoes. In the early part of the market sales were in active, and, though prices hardened to slightly improved rates for best descrip tions, yet, on the whole, no alteration from last week's rates was noticeable. Prime crossbred wethers, 16s to 18s, extra prime and heavy, 19s to 20s 3d ; good, 14s to 15s 6d; middling and in ferior, us 6d; prime crossbred ewes, 13s 6d to 14s 6d, extra, 15s to 16s 6d ; good, us gd to 13s; others, 9s 6d; prime merino wethers 15s to 17s ; good 13s to 14s 6d; middling, us to 12s; in ferior, 10s ; with merino ewes, 8s 6d to nscjd. Fat Lambs. — 4,280 yarded, best'descrip tions realised fully late rates while other sorts were in dull request at quotations: —Prime sold at us to 12s gd ; extra, 13s to 13s gd; good, gs 6d to us 6d; others, 6s. Fat Cattle.— 1380 yarded, comprising 120 from New South Wales, 300 from northern-...

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

? VIOLINS, ? ? CORNETS, ? ? BANJOS, ? ?????????????I ? ALL KNOWN ? ? MUSICAL ? ? INSTRUMENTS. ? ?????????????I ? MANDOLINS, ? ? AUTO-HARPS, ? ? ACCORDEONS, « ^??????????o Call at write a for ? Catalogues. ? GUITARS, ? FLUTES, ? 'CELLOS. 2 Strings and £ Fittings for ? 1 Everything. ? 1 # ? EAST TERMS. © I f . B. PiilT CO., LIB, I : 338 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. ; ????????????????????????o« BOARD AND RESIDENCE TTACANCIES for a few BoaeDKES. Good V Table. Apply — Mes Slaman, ' Kllesmere, ' Edward 8t,veet . Insolvent Estate— Moses 5tone. ALL Debts due to this Estate are to be paid to the Undersigned before the last, day of April After that dale prompt legal proceedings will be taken for recovery. H. J. WOOLDRIDGE, Agent for the Official Assignee. Deniliquin and IVloama Railway. rpENDEBS will be received for the erection of X -New Carriage Shops at Ueniliquin (labor only) up to 1st May. ' Flans and Specifications at Deniliquin Railway Station on and after 23rd instant. D. TENNANT, Secretary. D...

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Death of Mr John Ferguson. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Death of Mr John^Ferguson. The death of Mr John Ferguson, of Mathoura, came as. a surprise to his many friends, when the sad news reached Denili quin yesterday. Although only meagre particulars are to hand, it appears that Mr Ferguson . had been under the care of Dr. Graham for some time past. However, no» serious result was anticipated until a telegram reached Deniliquin late on Monday evening last saying that Mr Ferguson had taken a serious turn. Dr. McLean,, who is acting for Dr. Graham during his absence from town, left by Tuesday morning's train for Mathoura. The doctor prescribed for Mr Ferguson, and was to have again visited ' him yesterday, when a telegram was. -re;- ceived announcing Mr Ferguson's death at 12 o'clock. The late Mr Ferguson was born in Glas gow, and was 65 years of age at the^timeiOf his death. He arrived in Victoria in the year 1853, and, like thousands of others, seeked for fortune on various gold-fields. It was on the fields that he met Mr James Watson, an...

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

MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF DENILIQUIN ABSTRACT of RECEIPTS and DISBURSEMENTS for half-year ended 4th February, 1901, for General and Special Accounts under Munici palities Act, and for other dates shown under respective heads, COMPRISING ALL CUR RENT ACCOUNTS UNDER CONTROL OF COUNCIL. ? ^ 1 Nuisance Total of General Preven- Com'ons Water Kevenue Totals. Account. tion Account. Account. Heads. Djj# Account. To.Fixed deposit N.S.W. Bank (at opening £ 8 d« b d£ b d £ a d & s d £ s d . of half-year) ... ?« ?? ??? o0° ° ° ? Bank Balances N.S.W. Bank (amounte 96 10 0 at credit at opening half-year) £96 10s ? 96 10 0 ? Revenue- ? 566 10 5 ? Bates ... .- ? 565 10 5 ? 74111174111 1 ? Rates and Charges ? o4V'o'a ? '77 9 3 Nuisance Prevention Charges... ...............277 ad ? - ? ? Government Contributions to Gardens 10 0 0 ? iU v ? Private Subscriptions and Contri- . butions to Works ? 21 6 0 ? 21 5 0 ? Sales and Letting of. Municipal Pro cS6f°fPTrtyU°derM'niCiP'! 88 3 6 ? 343 8 9 ? 43112 ...

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Jerilderie Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before the P.M. and Messrs Fulton and Elliott, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Jerilderie Courts. POLICE COURT. (Before the P.M. and Messrs Fulton and Elliott,J's.P.) The monthly meeting of the Jerilderie Police Court was held last week. The first case heard was the adjourned one of Inspector of Nuisances v.. Hawkshaw for a breach of the Council's by-laws in allow ing bath water to run into the street on 26th February last. The Bench, after a lengthy hearing dismissed the case. Police v. O'Mahoney. — Careless use of fire. Mr Whitty appeared for the defen dant. Without going into the case the Bench dismissed the information as it did not disclose an offence for which a penalty had been provided.

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Shocking Tragedy. A MAN ATTACKS HIS FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Shocking Tragedy. A MAN ATTACKS HIS FAMILY. A labourer named Alfred Kent made a savage attack on his mother, wife, and children, at Mudgee, on Sunday, the injuries in one case having a fatal termi nation. Mrs Kent was engaged tacking some covering on a box in her bedroom, when her husband, who has aborignal blood in his veins, entered the apartment. 'What are you doing? he asked, and before the woman had time to reply he struck her on the head with a boot. Then, wrenching the hammer from her hand, he dealt hei a blow with it also on the head. One of the children rushed out ot the house, giving the alarm, and Kent's mother, who lived close at hand, came to her daughter-in-law's assistance. Kent turned his attention to the elderly woman whom he struck. He then struck his daughter Elizabeth, aged three years. Lifting a piece of iron, he hit his three months' old infant with it on the head. Mrs Kent and her mother-in-law rushed from the house, and were followed by Kent. His wife succeed...

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Echuca Gun Club. THE £100 GREAT HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 April 1901

Echuca Gun Club. THE £100 GREAT HANDICAP. On Wednesday the above handicap was fired off, and the gathering was a most successful one. There were 88 nominat ions, exclusive of star nominations, and some splendid shooting was witnessed. The big event v as the first contested, and after Wiling eight birds, 15 of the com petitors took ' a cut ' of £5 apiece, and shot off for the remaining £25. ' Nitro, ' E. Marsh, E. Mueller, L. G. Hamilton, W. J. Edwards, 'Rochester' and 'Willow Grove ' each grassed their twelfth bird. In the next round all killed, but the last tnentionee, and the 14th bird was respon sible for the downfall of all but ' Nitro ' and Marsh, who then agreed to divide the balance. Several sweeps were fired off, and were won by ' Allendale, ' Locksmith and W. Bowtell. A double rise sweep wus won by F. Tucker, who grassed all the birds. The whole of the arrange ments were splendidly carried out, and a better day's shoting has never before been known in Echuca. The various of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 April 1901

UANOE OF BU5IINfc&^. I public Announcement. A. ROWE B' (hat he nas put canied on for eo many I SentioJ'to business to merit a contmuance iub'lic patronage. ? obertson & Douglas Lve added a well assorted consignment of . [rockery & Glass Wave I: ' ct for their support during the last I c months, trust by the excellent quality 111 low prices of all their goods to merit a jontinuauce of the same in future. I NOTE THE ADDEESS : |BERTSON & DOUGLAS, I saPIEB STREET, DENILIQUIN. H ? ? ? ??? ? ' ?? ™ hBILLABONG HOTEL I CONARGO. UMEB WHITE, ?S pleasure in bringing under the notice of the Biwuienis of Conajmjo and District ?].o the 1'ra.velung Public that be lias B:i lease of the above -well-known Hotel from ? Uwe s. and 'rusts by keeping only the Aery Hniuls of Wines, Spirits, and Beer, to merit a ?are of support. : Bon ACCOMMODATION FOE TBAVELLEBS. B^iist-clabs stabling. A Trial Solicited. ? . JAS. WHITE, K Proprietor. H Clateof Jerilderie.) It BRIDGE HOTEL ^...

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