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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

is M TO! M TOE BEST? f ! THEN YOU MUST COMB TO Cj i | PALING'S I I ) Because they, being the Urgent g i ) importers ot , J£ PIANOS. 3 I ) Can buy on the Best Terms, 3 1 1 Mid have secured moetol the ) I 1 best Makers. ! I 1 No othw Pianos *t the prtoe out «qual \ ; the J i STEINWAY, BRINSMEAD, (; ' LIPP, FEURICH, ( ECKE, UEBEL, - ) VICTOR, or the BELLING. - ) Bend tor Catalogues to 1 1 I If. i. Hffl k(L .ttjH - 338 George St., Sydney. -; FUNERAL NOTICE. mHE Friends of MR WILLIAM GIBSON are JL respectfully informed that the remains of his late beloved Wife will be interred in the Denil iquin Cetnetry. The funeral will leave his residence, North Den iliquin, at » p.m., this day {Friday). G. H. PER1UN. — DBNILIQOIN - BIRTHDRY RRC1(M CLUB I (Registered under AJX). Rules.) ANNIVERSARY MEETING. .- ?-!_.. 04.+I* Mnv. 19O1. PROGRAMME : TRIAL HANDICAP, of 5 sovs. Distance, six furlongs For all horses that have never won a Race of over the value of £10. Entrance, 5s, HDRDLE RACE, of 15 sovb.~...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Western Lands Commission. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

Western Lands Commission. The evidence taken by the Western Lands Commission at Hay during last week cannot fail to be interesting to our sub scribers who are interested in the land question. The object of. the Hay visit was to hear the views of pastoralists and others as to whether the holdings in the Central Division should be included, or otherwise,. in the Western Division. If the former course is acceded to it means that the pastoralists have 18 years longer to run before their leases expire, and consequently the land will not be available for selection for that period. On the other hand, should the transfer not be granted, there will be thousands of acres thrown open for settle ment in the Hay district within the next year or two. Even on the face of the evi dence, it is unlikely that any of the land in the Central division will be thrown into the West. However, the visit of the Com mission to Hay will bear good fruit, for no derson who has read the evidence can shut his eyes ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the views expressed by our correspondents.) QUESTIONS FOR CANDIDATES. (To the Editor of the Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

Open Column. (Wtdn «,« MnMMri/y ident\ff, (mr*eim vnth the viewt escpretted oy vw eorretpondertix.) QUESTIONS FOR CANDIDATES. do the Editor of the Independent.) Sib,— Will you kindly publish the follow ing questions, which in my opinion, should be asked candidates who intend to contest the Deniliquin seat in the State Parliament, and oblige. Yours, etc.. COOKIE. 1. Kindly define fully what your idea of Land Reform comprises. 2. Are you in favor of reducing the num ber of seats in the State House by the exact number of Federal seats which New South Wales holds? If not ? Why not ? 8. Please quote reliable figures showing otUoi f-nn hnnvj nf fhfi nrmulation of the metropolitan area, and the population of tne whole so-called country electorates, and show us how you consider it possible for the city to hold too many seats to balance the power of the country seats. 4. Will you pledge yourself to support the platform of the Farmers' and Settlers ? Asso ciation ? . _., 5. Are you in favor o...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. (Weido not necessarily identify ourselves with the views expressed by our correspondents.) DIRECT TAXATION. (To the Editor of the Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

Open .Column. (Wtido mot fuoetsarUylidetatfy ourtdvet vtdh tht * view* expressed oy our oorretponientt.') DIRECT^TAXATION. (lo the Editor of the Independent.') .Sm,— Would you be good enough to in form me if the Federal Parliament has control over the Land and Income Tax, as many of our people are in doubt over the question. Yours, etc., PASTORALIST. [No. The State Parliament alone controls land and ineome.taxation.— E». I.].

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Complimentary Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

Complimentary Banquet. The residents of Moama and district on Wednesday evening tendered a compli mentary banquet to Mr J. M. Chanter M.P. for Riverina, at the School of Arts, Moama. mu«-« mara o.Vimit. 70 eentlemen present, including Sir P. 0. Fysh, a member of the Federal Ministry, Mi J. H. M'Col 1, M.P. for Echuca, the Mayor of Echuca (Or. r. J O'Bryan), and a number of the members of the Municipal Councils of Moama and Echuca. The Mayor of Moama (Aid. W. J. Martin) occupied the chain A splendid table had been laid out by Mr-G. Wells, of Echuca, and was done full justice to by those present. Apologies for nonattend ance uere read, amongst .others, from the Hon. E. Barton, Sir John Quick, , Hon. J. Morrissey, Mr D. Tennant Mr M'Millan, tut,. n«ifc* Mr Rnwfcell fMathouraj, Or. A. J.Moore, and Mr A. W. H. White. The chairman gave the toasts of ine King' and 'The Governor-General, which were right loyally honoured. Mr 0. L» Blair gave an excellent vocal number, and was heartily appla...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

wm~ Startling ~m I Sterling Testimony I to the merit of I Dr. Williams' Pink Pills I for Pale People. I 1 Dull Aching Back Pains Cured, I I Mr. W. H. Tyler, of Southport, Tasmania,, kindly send* f I 1 this- letter:.*— 'I have suffered for years, with a. bad back, ill experienced dull, aching pains in the- small of the back, fe ? which' have- been so bad at. times that I had to lay up | ? for weeks together. I tried everything that I could think of. I ? I The doctors could cio me no; good. Thea I bought a. German 1 ? electric belt, which did me little or no good. Sometimes I * ? was; all right;: but then, again, I would be: troubled with- Q I indigestion very badly, so badly that I was. even afraid /; | I take foot. When I came to Queenstown, I thought I would I ? * try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. I found O ? @ great relief from the first box ; the third box put me all right ; 1 am ft ? If oh. the fourth box now. / am happy to say that I am in the best | ? i of health n...

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South Australian Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

South Australian Jockey Club. The autumn race meeting of the S.A.J.C.4was continued on Wednesday, when the Adelaide Cup was run for. The weather was fine, and there was a large attendance. Results :— Welter Handicap, one mile.~Florin, 9.0, 1 ; Canyon, 8,o, 2; Cubo, 8.7, 3. Eighteen others started. Won easily. Time— 1 min. 47 sec. Divi dend, £21 10s. Second Hurdle Race, two miles and 36 yards.— Jack, 9.12, 1 ; Hornpipe, 9.13, 2; Warwick, 9.0, 3. Killarney, Sheik, and Kase also started. Won easily. Time — 4 min. 1 sec* Adelaide Cup, of 1,000 sovs., one mile five furlongs.— Gungadin, 8.9, 1 ; Dirk Hammerhand, 8.7, 2 y.Rawdon^e.ft 3. Dividend, £6 us. ? Steeplechase.— Happy Jack, 1 ; Mil Lei 2; Onkaparinga, 3. Dividend, £7« Nursery Handicap.— Dunlop, 1 ; Chie veley, 2; Stuart King, 3. Dividend, £4 4s Baker Handicap.— Randwick, 1 ; Mom tor, 2 ; So Long, 3. Dividend, £7 6s. Stock MovEMENTS.—The-following stock movements have been reported since our last issue:— 29 cattle (G. Clarke's) to V...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

GREAT I BANKRUPT SALE IN THE ESTATE OF /IOSEIS STONE, DENILIQUIN j I AND N. LEVIN, MENINYA STREET, MOAMA. [?ORDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE FURTHER REDUCTIONS. LAST FOUR WEEKS. - I EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST. [— i ?nothing to be taken away, do not miss i this last opportunity to get I Bargains at your own Price. I BOOTS AND SHOES ALMOST GIVEN AWAY. [Remember this is absolutely the last I FOUR WEEKS. DIAMOND BROTHERS, I Heading for the Official Assignee. I DENILIQUIN & MOAMA. WE DENILIQUIN CYCLE I AND ? MACHINERY AGENCY, I END STREET. I Agents fob: ?vies-Franklin, Bed Bird, Raleigh, Rover, Dayton, ? Cleveland, and Humber Cyc!es.rj Ladies' ? and Gent.'s Bicycles on hire. ?tymire in every branch of the trade done on the Bouses. ?pSlte8and Dnplicates Sto*ed. Tyre making ? Agents fob : f Peering Harvester Company's ? Implements and Machinery. I INCLUDING : Bd'rt-8^?^' ; ^nnowers, Eeapers and K R^Z ''^Machines, Ploughs, Drills, Culti K fc PlChaff Cuttera and Works, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

Over the Border. MELBOUHNE. It has been decided by the Government with the approval of the Lieutenant Governor, to allow certain prisoners some remissions of sentences in honour of the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York to oDen-the Commonwealth Par liament. All first offenders,, who have been of good behaviour, will be allowed a remission of one-sixth of the unexpired portion of their sentence. The remissions will date from May 6, but the concession will not apply to persons imprisoned for the term of their natural lives. A murderous assault was perpetrated at Western Creek,. Ballarat, two miles from Pitfield, about midnight on Saturday. Several men, it appears, were drinking and carousing in. Rice's hotel,, when a quarrel occuried. After the disturbance had been subdued by the hotel proprietor, ons of the men,, named Steven Newton, who had been concerned in the fight,, left to go home.. He was followed by a dozen men, who attacked him in a most savage manner, knocki...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
State Politics. NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNMENT POLICY. EARLY DISSOLUTION. REFORM OF THE CONSTITUTION SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

State Politics. NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERN MENT POLICY. EARLY DISSOLUTION. REFORM OF THE CONSTITUTION SYDNEY, Friday. The Premier to-day issued a manifesto, setting forth the Ministerial policy. In the course of a lengthy document, Mr See after relating the circumstances under which he sought to form a combination of men of different fiscal views, states:— nMv rnilpaprnes and I Dlace on the fore front of our programme a reduction in the number of members of Parliament, be lieving that this will advance public busi ness, and eff ct a proper economy in pub lie ; expenditure.. , As a consequence ot a reduction in the number of members, it will become necessary to provide for an extension of powers of the local selt ffovernment. As Parliament expires by effluxion of time inAugust.it would be idle to call Parliament together, to sub mitto it a. measure to reduce the number ot constituencies, which, even if it were carried, could not be brought into opera tion for the coming election. I feel ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

Matte* B*m4 relieve* lnatantly lleadMcho, Toothache Neuralgia InflnenM, Ac. y«vcr be without It,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

1;SDLUT£LY PERFECT L — ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

Hotel Tattepsall's, Dertiliqiiln. [C. F. DE FRAG A ?)EGS to announce that the above Hotel is now repleto th every comfort W) and convenience. Tlie rooms are large, well ventilate , and the Accom Kktcn first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining 1)1' BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER I .? ? . '~~ ,. ???- ?TLe Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the C6]on3\ A first-class ? Groom constantly kept in attendance. MOD GRASS. PADDOCKS, LOQSE BOXES AND YARDS. ! H ? ?' /%? -? ? ?? . ? . BciaS attention given to Livery, Bait & Letting ; H and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always on Hire at shortest H notice, and at reasonable rate. ?ii Coaches for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from Tattersall's. I ?? ' — :x: ? ? ?. ? ' ?.F.D. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ? Usher's Special Reserve and Watson's *** -'Whiskies a Specialty. ? F1RST-CLAS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. B C. F. De FRAGA, Pnoprietof . ?J^You ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Minister of Lands at Hay. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

The Minister of Lands at Hay. On Thursday evening, April 25th, the Hon. W.   P. Crick, addressed a public meeting at Hay. His   remarks on the land question, which we take from   the Hay Grazier should prove interesting to a number of our readers:-- Mr Crick stated that the land policy of the   Government would be that wherever land suitable for settlement existed and it was required, it would be left open to the people wanting land. (Applause) But they were not going to perpetuate the policy   of putting a man on such a small area that he would eventually have to leave it with rags on his back. (hear, hear). Instead of 10,240 acres being the maximum, it should be the minimum. There were 2,00[.....]   acres of abandoned lands in the Hay district, and [...] intended to get that into occupation by means [...] new tenure which he would call a "Waste [...] lease.' For the early part of the lease then S be no r...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Western Lands Commission at Hay. SOME INTERESTING FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 3 May 1901

Western Lands Commission at Hay. | SOME INTERESTING FIGURES. Id our last issue we published the first day's .. . .1'. _^.i.:nn i,«,i n frnnt.i-?e to the Laculan K, lE. c»»t,y «» open -itb-PW™ ; « cost him £100,000 to start the business. For the StvSty years he had made a loss ™* ? W rainfall for the past five years had been 11.30 itches Th. lowest rainfall had been 8.30 inches in 1897 He produced a statement showing a record of the ae P™u''=' , _.„ V/,_o nf TT|nnLra was aericul 8easonsBim;e iu«. *- ? -- — ', .j _ The fnral country— except an odd sand ridge, me ? would require 20,000 acres. He came in undei tue S Act%nd obtained an extension of his lease for nl improvenienu. In consequence of the drought , he bad obtained no benefit from that extension By the Chairman: The area of Crown lands he occupied was 115,000 acres in the leasehold, and in Z Tsum™ area 26.890 acres. The resumed area consisted of TS.E's. and other reserves, lhe rest 3SS2S -« was selected. The five selec tions w...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Echoes for the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Echoes for the Week. The census returns show the population of the Albury municipal area to be 5,819 — 2,830 males and 2,989 females ; number of inhabited houses, 1,098; uninhabited or, more correctly, premises on which people do not sleep, 147. The outside returns are not yet available, but the estimate of the district population is 20,000. One of the heaviest losers through the re cent Carsum floods was a settler named E. M'Queen, his crops, valued at £200, being destroyed. Early one morning last week he was aroused by the screaming of his horses, and rushed out to find his stable and sheds on fire. The stable was burnt, four setfi of harness, one horse, a trap, and all bis gar dening tools. A few months ago Mr, M'Queen lost his wife, and the fires and the floods of last week have almost ruined him. The necklet which formed the subject of police court proceedings recently, when Arthur Coningharn charged his quondam friend, Exton, with stealing it, the charge being dismissed, again...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Fegan's Appointment. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Mr. Fegan's Appointment. Mr Fegan, on his arrival at Newcastle at a late hour on Friday night, was inter viewed with reference to the persist rumours that he had resigned his position as Undersecretary of Home Affairs under the Federal Government. Questioned as to wnetner mere was any trutn in the statement, Mr Fegan leplied : — ' Yes, it is true, I have withdrawn Irom the posi tion rather than place my friends m a false position. I could see very plainly some people were trying to make a handle of my appointment in order to injure those who desired me to occupy the position, and I will not do anything in any shape or form which would compromise my party. Rather than risk such a state of affairs, I preferred to relinquish the postion.' Mr Fegan further stated that he wrote to Sir William Lyne a few days ago in time for the matter to be considered at a meeting of the Federal Parliament on the previous day. He stated in that com munication his desire to be relieved from the position, ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notes from Various Sources. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Notes from Various Sources. It is rather good, however, of the ' Evening News,' whose articles by the way, have been particularly effective of late, to compare the men who threw out Mr Reid over the Federal business ™;th the gentlemen who were negotiating a surrender with Mr See. The men who threw Mr Reid out did it in defence of freetrade, and they would do the same thing to-morrow. It is rather laughable to near the ' News ' saying these Demo cratic freetraders should be watched. Perhaps the 'News' would take the ballot papers from the 82,000 men, mostly freetraders, who with them voted against Mr Reid when he was leagued with Mr Barton. When the ' News ' gets free trade restored to New South Wales by the Federal Parliament it will; be time to speak ill of the Democratic fighters who used Lyne as the proverbial stick. Another thing the ' News ' should note — the freetrade party cannot triumph at the poll without the aforesaid Democratic element, all of whom are fighters and can ho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

r^NGE OF BUSINESS. I pub[ic Announcement. I A. ROWE ?? -ivKXS in End Street, carried on for so many I hv Mr R. S. Holt, and hopes by civility ami Ret attention to business to merit a continuance ?Lblic patronage. ? toberison & Douglas ?lave added a well assorted consignment of ?rockery & Glass I Ware ?heir large stock of Grocery and Ironmongery Hand while thanking the public of Deniliquin Hand district for their support during the last Htwelve months, trust by the -excellent quality Hand low prices of all their goods to merit a ?continuance of the same in future. H NOTE THE ADDRESS : ?OBERTSON & DOUGLAS, ? NAPIER STREET, DENILIQUIN. Kebillabong hotel ? CONARGO. ?AMES WHITE, ^RS pleasure in bringing under the notice of the ^H residents of Conaego and District ^Klso the Travelling Public that he has ^m a lease of the above well-known Hotel from ^B Rogers, and trusts by keeping only the Aery ^Brands of Wines, Spirits, and Beer, to merit a ^Bare of support. : Bft...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

An Imperial edict bas been gl directs that 52 Chinese pro* J shall be punished, three ot I sentenced to death. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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