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Deniliquin Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Deniliquin Hospital. I'. Carew, k .Lloyd, J. G. Evans J. J, ? u... r- Tenant, and H, A. tjlyue ijeragniy, u- it''«''i — ? were also presnnt. . MODt;nff The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Reports. The Treasurer reported that the credit j balance at the A.J.S. Bank was £242 2s 3dMr Tennant, on behalf of the House! Committee said several visits had been ? a~ f« fu Wrvmiral dunne the montn. Several matters of minor imPorta?£efX been attended to. They suggested that the tap in the morgue should be p aced out side. There had been no complaints, and everything was working smoothly. The medical officers' report was very satisfactory. One death had °^curr^d . 1 * ,i_ r ? „ -.--hmri niir trie during the montn irom iyn'''i '-- — other patients were progressing well. The Matron reported that everything 1 was progressing satisfactory. During the month the permission of the President had been obtained to allow the cook to L,ua fortnight's holiday. The internal condition ...

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

a(llim!ll!limilll!llllli[I!ill!!i[!!t!!tIill£t!EBEE!3[[!!!£ = ? Ottr Pianos and Organs s 5 ABE PERFECTION, Musically and Meo- B = hanically. = H ABE UP-TO-DATE, and oontaln all the most = =? Modem Improvementa. - s S ABE SPECIALLY BUILT to suit this climate. S S ARE PHENOMENAL productions (or the ss S price. . B S ABE all that could be desired as to TONE, s § TOUCH, DURABILITY, and DESIGN. S s OUB TIMB PAYMENT SYSTEM makes the s = purohase ol any instrument to you an s s easy matter, and Is a perfectly equitable s s and always satisfactory an&Bpement to — s pu'ohassrs. s E OUB PRICES are printed and published, and £ s cannot be altered or mistaken. g= 1 We have only One Price. S = INTENDING PUBCHASHEBS would do well £ 2 to call and inspect our large and varied g s stocks at owr Showrooms, 838 Geoif e St. 8 | rememberIur Mono: 1 I 'WE ABE NOT SATISFIED UNLESS YOU ABE.' § I W. H. PALING & CO., Ltd., | jg 338 CEOBOE STREET. § iumiiDiniiiiiiiiiimiiiiDiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimii...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of Mr John Dillon. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Death of IVLr John Dillon. One of the oldest residents of Hay, Mr lohu Dillon, of the Criterion Hotel, died very suddenly on Friday morning, at his residence the Criterion Hotel. The cause of death was apoplexy, and the duranon ~f v,,o uinpss about an hour and a halt. The deceased was apparently in his usual health on Thursday night, and on the previous evening (Wednesday), he was present at and took an active part in the meeting of the committee of the Hay I Licensed Victualler's Racing Club. The news of Mr Dillon's death came as a _i ? 1. ♦„ fVie. tnwn. aud verv general' snocK iu «?'«- «-«''i — - — ?- w ;, regret was expressed at the sad occurrence. . ...j The deceased gentleman was a native of Victoria, his mother being still hale and hearty, and the keeper of an hotgj atKyneton. With his brother, Edward, thedeceased came to the Hay district about 30 years ago. The brothers were then carriers, but had a penchant for race horses which was a characteristic of the deceased to the da...

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

Brevities. A meeting of the parishioners of St. Paul's was held on Wednesday night at Hay, for the purpose of welcoming the vicar, the Rev. Alfred Richards, and Mrs Richards. There rras a large attendance. Mr and Mrs Rich ards were presented with a handsome f silver ? .. ? _ U.A.H nt sir* n^s^ln r\l*Q Q.ftn O.YX soup tureen, a pair ui ^auiioiaiuira, uuu u-u inkstand as wedding gifts. . The Full Court in Sydney on Wednesday refused to set aside the verdict for the defen dant and grant a new trial in the case of Miss Billie Barlow against the ' Bulletin,' to recover compensation for alleged libel, in which the plaintiffs costume in the Tivoli pantomine was adversely criticised. Documents which have been seized by the police in connection with the great Nihilist plot recently discovered in Russia show that Paris and London were the centres of the conspiracy. It has also been ascertained that the workmen at the Putiloff iron works secretelj£ made hundreds of daggers and numerous revolve...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Public School. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Deniliquin Public School. The head teacher of the Deniliquin Public School, Mr H. C. Langley, has been in formed by the Department of Public Instruc tion that the Minister has approved of the necessary steps being taken declare the local shool a 'Superior Public School.' The 'promotion, has been maaeou arayuuu ^ the very successful results, obtained by the pupils unfler Mr Laagley and his assistants at a recent examination conducted by Mr Inspector Nolan. , ,. - n r* The following pupils passed tbeir Certifi cate Examination at the Regular Inspection haU Wst. Fp.hraarv io the School by the local Inspector :— 5th Class— William Henderson, Cbarles McComas, William Lloyd, Thomas White, Roy Elliott, Henry Norris, Harold Mudie, Charles Simpson, Myra Wyse, Clara Tipping, Edna Wyse, Florence Glyde, Fanny Hurd, Vesta Wyse* Ida Manning, Atnole Dart. 4th Class— William Campbell, Fred. Mitchell, David Peers, Ernest Latchford, Charles Kemp, William Kemp, Fletcher Gillies* George Cupit, Kenneth ...

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

Kingdoms Declined. It is hardly possible to conceive the sensa tion which would have been created all over the empire if King Edward had declined the throne of Britain in succession to Queen Victoria ; but there would have been nothing at all unique in such a refusal. Thrones are not refused every day, but there are many examples among living men of king doms having been refused. King Edward has himself refused a throne. He was heir in his youth to two crowns, that of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, as well as our own, and he enjoyed this double distinction for over twenty years. But on April 19, 1863, the then Prince of Wales renounced his right of succession to the throne of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha in favour of his younger brothers. It was easy for the Prince of Wales to choose between Coburg and Britain, but it is not so easy to refuse a kingdom when the refusal brings with it no compensation. The Emperor of Austria, Francis Joseph II., owes his throne, the most perilous perhaps in Europe, ...

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

BJacfesmith and Sh^J Forge. I C. LANGSHAvJ DESIRES to intimate to the resident. ofnJ quin and surrounding district, tfot \M openeu ub huuvc hi nie oacn portion ot thetin*« of the Riverine Saddlery Emporium, and tt 1 tricfc attention to busincsa to merit a fair I'3! support. '*'? All kinds of Buggies and WagJ repaired. 1 Horseshoeing and General BlacksnJ irg by a CprnpetentTradesmal CHARGES MODERATi A TRIAL SOLICITED I WANTED. 1 2,000 PELTS 2,OO0| H- L-. JONEI SADDLER, &c, DENILIQDIS, | Gives the Hightst Cash Price for! Kinds of Frn-red Skins. I I Hides, from 2d to 3Jd per lb. I Sbeepskins, from 4d to 6d per 111 Horsehair, Beeswax, and all tinds of Sundiil A. J. WHITELOCI THE. RELIABLE TAILOE. I JUST 1; rr'crl p large sud vavifii usstiH newest ciesfgns in Autumn and .WiniaH (Jomprisiny : ED^lisb. Irish, iind Scotuli T^H Worsted. Coatings ami Trouserings in -H Variety. We guarantee a perfect Kit. aniiH proachable Vnlue. The Mercery DqiimmeiiM i nrises all the latest styles in—...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Commonwealth. MELBOURNE, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

The Commonwealth. Melbourne, May 8. A meeting of members of both Houses of the Federal Parliament, convened by the Prime Minister, was held to-day at Parlia ment House. The members of the House of Representa tives, of who there were 30 or 32 present — other Ministerial supporters being absent at tending tne jjaDor caucus — taiKea over tne hours of sitting. It was generally agreed, after much discussion, that it would be de sirous to meet at 2.30 on Tuesdays, Wednes days, and Thursdays, but that the House should adjourn at 4.30 or thereabouts on Fridays. It might be advisable, therefore, it was admitted, to meet at an earlier hour on Fridays. The Ministry would, the Prime Minister promised, have regard to the opinion of the conference in bringing down the ses sional orders. The question of nominating a candidate for the Speakership was then discussed, and it was unanimously agreed that Mr F. W. Holder, Premier of South . Australia, should be nominated. Sir John Quick, who had announc...

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

? jOHN ADAM, tobacconist, Newspaper & News Agent I KAPIEB STREET, DENILIQUIN. ^?niTR Referee, Sunday Times, Arrow, Sporting ?T Into Tr»th, Woiker, Hawklet, Deniliquin ^Etnpendent Windsor Magazine, Harmsworth s KSSjnetorU Magazine, Cassis New Penny ?afazine Charing Crosa Magazme Casse l's ^Ennkv Journal, Australian Journal, Australian H''' journal. Weldon's Monthly, Leach's Dress ?ErlSle Smoke, Dnion Jack, Detective Tales, Hir Land and Sea, Boys' First Rate Library, ^Kffalo Bill's Library, Heart's Ease Library, True ^EeVar Library, Illustrated Bits, Sketchy Bits, ^Bf Rits Allv Sloper, Scraps, Snap Shots, Answers, ^ErsoD!s Weekly, Cigarette, Photo Bits, Illustrated ^K to Date Hoys' Up-to-Date Novelette, Aldine H. l^Kliday Oi'ristian Herald, Christian Budget, Police ^K-M World's Comic, Comic Cuts, Comic Life, '^Hlored Comic, Illustrated Chips, Pick-JJIe-Up, ^B. p Snare Moments, Nuggets, Funny Wondcs. r^Bininn's Life, Home Chat, Horner's Stories, ^^Kte'r'6 Siories, Home Stories,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Illness of Mr. G. H. Reid. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Illness of Mr. G. II. Reid. Mr G. H. Reid, the leader of the Oppo sition, has unfortunately became so seriously indisposed that he was unable to attend yesterday's ceremony, and may be absent for some days. Mr Reid was staying in East Melbourne and consulted Dr Graham, who strongly impressed upon him the impossibility of his leaving his room. He stated that Mr Reid not only had symptoms of bronchial affection, but that there was evidence of somewhat serious lung trouble. Directly Mr Barton heard of Mr Reid's illness he placed the service of his private secretary (Mr Macarthur) at his disposal, and Mr Macarthur, after consulation with Dr. Graham, had Mr Reid removed to Menzies' Hotel, Melbourne. Mr Reid expressed his great regret that he was unable to attend the opening of Parliament, but he has been given to understand that no serious business will be entered upon before May 21, by which date he feels confident he will be well again. He wishes especially to say how much he appreciat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

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Deniliquin Police Court. FRIDAY, MAY 3. (Before Mr F. W. Garstang, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

z:. , , . ? Deniliquin Police Court. Fbiday, May 3. (Before Mr F. W. Garstang.P.M.) William Riley, on a charge of being found drunk in Cressy-street, was dis charged ; for indecent exposure, Riley wis fined 10s or 6 days' imprisonment. | Monday, May 6. (Before the Police Magistrate.) John Green was charged witn Deing drunk, and also with using obscene lan guage on the Edward River bridge. The accused pleaded guilty to both charges, and was fined 2s 6d or 24 hours imprison- j ment for being drunk, and for the language he was fined 25s or 7 days cumulative on the previous sentence. Robert Irving v. Alexander Rentoul. The defendant was charged with fraudu lently removing certain goods and chattels from a house rented from the plaintitt. There was no appearance of defendant. Mr Windeyer appeared for plaintiff. Robert Irving, the plaintiff, deposed : 1 am a selector residing near Deniliquin. I know the defendant. I leased to him a ho-use in Henry-street. The house was | let through Mr R....

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

Hotel Tattensall's, Deniliquin. C. F. DE FRAGA QEGS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete th every comfort \J and convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilate , and the Accom bodaton first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining [ * [OD BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER I The Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class I Groom constantly kept in attendance. IGOOD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND YARDS. ? I I ? IM.^MB |'Y* | ' * * ferial atteiitjon giviHi to i^vei^^ie^%niil# | I and Gentlemen's Saddle' Hacks always on Hire at shortest I notice, and at reasonable rate. ftil Coaches for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from Tattersall's. t.F.D. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. I Usher's Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty. I FIRST-CLAS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. | ? C. F. De FRAGA, Proprietor. I JLYou need not send to Town i Wi - ^ For 5addlery. § M EVE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of Mr D. J. Thompson. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Death of Mr D. J. Thompson. It is with regret that we have to announce the death this week of Mr D. J. Thompson, who was an old identity of Dcniliquin, and for 20 years past was employed at the ' Pastoral Times ' office. Early on Sunday morning the deceased appeared to be in his usual health, but at about nine o'clock he complained of feeling unwell, and as Dr. Hosking happened to be near his residence he was called in. Dr. Hosking ordered his immediate removal to the Hospital, where a serious operation was performed by Drs. Hosking and Graham, but they held out no hopes for his recovery when he was first admitted to the Institution. His condition gradually became worse until the end came at about three o'clock on Monday afternoon. The deceased arrived in Deniliquin 20 odd years ago and with the exception of a short period when he was engaged at the Hay ' Standard ' office he was in the employ of various proprietors of the *' Pastoral Times ' up to the time of his death. He took a g...

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

r GREAT BANKRUPT SALE I IN THE ESTATE OF LoSE:S STONE, DENILIQUIN ] I AND N. LEVIN, MENINYA STREET, MOAMA. frORDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE U— -? I FURTHER REDUCTIONS. Last four weeks. (everything must be sold I REGARDLESS OF COST. ^ ? ? — ' : ? ? Nothing to be taken away, do not miss I THIS LAST OPPORTUNITY TO GET I Bargains at your ooin Price. I BOOTS AND SHOES ALMOST GIVEN AWAY. Remember this is absolutely the last I FOUR WEEKS. IlAMOND BROTHERS^ ? Realising fot- the Official assignee. I DENILIQUIN & MOAMA. ?E DENILIQUIN CYCLE H AND MACHINERY AGENCY, I END STREET. ^m Agents fob: ^?esFumklin.Eed Bird, Raleigh, Rover, Dayton, ^?UMelaiiil, and Humber Cycles. Ladies' ^B and Gent's Bicycles on hire. ^Bpaits in every branch of the trade done on the ^Vilries and Duplicates Stocked. Tyre making ^B Agents fob: ^M Deering Harvester Company's ? implements, and Machinery. ^M INCLUDING : H*1! Strippers, Wmnowers, Reapers anil ?ts .Mowing Machines, Houghs, Drills, Cuti ^Wi Harrows. Oha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Fifth Sunday after Easter-Deniliquin, morning and evening. Ven. Archdeacon Holt PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ... , _. ? _„;,.-» of Hiis flhurcli on Run day neexr-in7toCVhe meting of the General] Assembly in Sydney. WESLBTAN CHURCH. Deniliquin— Morning. Rev. F. Fawcett. Deniliquin— Evening. Pine Hills— Morning. Birgambigil-Afternoon. Rev. A. S. J. Harding.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hay Licensed Victuallers' Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Hay Licensed Victuallers' Race Club. The following are the handicaps for the TIME HANDICAP TROT, 2 miles. sees. bhd. A. f\ Edwaids' Miss Star ? ^ J. Dillon's Abe ? £ K. Thorbnrn's less ? H.CIongh's Mystery... ? ?? a n WAmnwia' .Tfiff --- ?-? ? ?? ?'? .las. Tyson's Knby ? — ' W T. Seal's Glenbnar ? \-- B C. McKinney's Howlong ? l» T.Jhonston'sGiace ? ' G. Horton's Stockings ? *« J E. Donohoe s Bill Hurst ? 1« J. Gordon's Bluey ... ? lu H. Heinz's Bill Rose ? £r* J. H. Cooper's Kite..-. ? *«? G. A. Miller's Royalty ? «*? G H. Oottrell's Somerset ? s™- J. McCartney's Dolly ? «*? M. Jones' Charmer ? scr- JAS. LAWSON, Handicapper. Abe. iKlla, Royalty, and Charmer have been scratched. ^ _ __

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

The State Election. To The Electors of the BIRTI Deniliqain Electorate. (' ? , ANNl KpraenUWi .»d admin «ra tion^ ^ elMaa the whole electorate and stale muic j fur]( views generally. won I Till then kindly refrain from pledging your vote. Ent Yours in good faith, HURDI JOHN LEWIS. ;« 1 ? — —~~~ I 1 \ ? ? ? i u Municipal District of » Deniliquin. lice: NOTICE OF^SSESSMENT J AND RATE. J ? o XT is hereby notified that the Council of the ? ^ respectively. XT is also notified U..t an APPEAL CWURT, to ? I hear objections to such assessment will be lden on Thursday, 30th day of May nex t. at 11 am in the Court House, Deniliquin. All ob]ec tionl !Wto and notices of intention , to Mjpgjl must, be lo.ipe-1 with me in wr.tmg seven clear days before such date. By older, A T. C. GILLIES, tion. Council Clerk. four Seci April 22, 1901. Han Town Hall, Deniliquin. and ? MiO ~TO~THE~EUEGTOHS Of S DENIliIQOW T BEG to announcp than I will be a CAND1 DATE ^ I for ft* State Parliament at th.- forthcoming...

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

I Do you require Boots, Shoes, or Drapery of any kind? P. Fagan has a large stow on hand and invites inspection.

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