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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

A Telephone Exchange. — For some time past Mr T. A. Frearson hrcs beeu in com munication with the Deputy Postmaster General, with a view of establishing a local telephone exchange* His efforts have been so far successful that he has received a reply stating that a day and night service would be established if 25 subscribers were guaran teed. On receiving this communication Mr flrearson at once set to work, with the grati fying result that he showed us a requisition yesterday signed by fully a score of town subscribers agreeing to have the telephone laid on to their premises. The terms are very reasonable, the Department only charging £9 per annum to business houses and £5 to private houses, which in cludes cost of erection, instruments, etc., to those, residing within, one mile of the exchange, It is anticipated that fully 30 town, (subscribers and 20 stations will be connected within six months. As the postal and telegraph arrangements are now in the hand of the Federal Government ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

J. E. F. HOSKIHG, M.B.C.9., ENaLAND-L.RC.P., LOKDON. formerly Resident Obstetrician in Guj'h Hospita1 | — HAB — hoMMESCED PRACTICE tx DEKILIQDIN Consulting Room-Cressy Street, n-*t to Mr Linau's office. Lidenco-Wensley House. . ? ~~ ! Mackenzie Brothers, Lock statiow fokwardixo ami* —DENILIQUIN.— Lers, Rutherford & Co., Melbourne. lion Mwtgase and Agency Company, Limited I of Australia. Ilin Cooke and Co. |e Northern Assurance Company. tTTcULLEy AND CO., I (Late Braim, Stevenson and Co.) fetock, Station and Land Agents, I VALUATORS & AUCTIONEERS, I DKNIUQUIN. I Brand) Offices at Uarandera and Urana. I. W. HOLMES & CO., I Stock and Station Agents, I DBMILl-tVl-r. ? 1 T. A, FREARSON, ? Auctioneer. I LEGAL. Alexander and Windeyer, ? SOLICITORS. &C. I END STREET, DENILIQUIN. B'Tnst Fbm's for Investment tipoi. Mortgagee B from' 5 per cent. ?_, ft. J. t^AjS/l Afsi; ? ' Solitrtof, &8&T ' \''J ?CRESSV STR&t B DELIS.IL.IQUIN. MbllSSlOSE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farmers and Setters' Association. THE STATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Farmers and Settlers' Associ ation. TH'E STATE ELECTIONS. The executive council of the ab'ote Association met in the Queen Victoria Market, Sydney, last w ek for the purpose of framing the farmers' lighting platform for ? the State election's. It had been decided at fVio nmvinna meetinsr at Cootamundra on the 12th ultimo that, as the federal elections -would be fought on the fiscal question, they should not intefere as an associated body, leaving the members throughout the State fo act'fof themselves' individually. There was a full attendance of members, with Mr G. F. P'lunkett as president, and Mr T. I. Campbell as secretary. The fol lowing platform, after full discussion of its , details, was adopted :— ? ,. l.-i-tand settlement Jo be1 |-aran*ou*t over revenue. £._No bona-fide citizens to be debarred from applying or balloting for land. 8.— Local members of land boards to be felected. - . ? . 4.— Reduction of interest to 2$ per cent. 5._Exports to be promoted by the State. e!— The...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket Match. NEW SOUTH WALES v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Cricket Match. NEW SOUTH WALES v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. wi..\~« k.t an inmncs and bUt) runs. t--u 110, Gregory 168, an* Pouievin (not outy 14G. . The scores are' as under : — . - -~ .« »» 4 rT^1 I'D. \ T 1, 1 . Fil'rtt' lliliiulorir nadr. c Ke\1y, b1 Noble .-?? - *? B«ile.v. l- Marsh ? 6; (iiffen, b Marsii..-.- ?» -' - .,, HiH, c Howard. bMawlr ..-.- — ',- .larvis, b -Trumper' ???— '';. y Ree-lman, c Truniper, b MfeWh ??? () ! WalWsy. b Tnimper ... -' — „ 1 M'HuKJt.-b1 Hopkins ... - - ?- ! A H. Jarvis, bGfeg^-, b' HopkmS ... J I Travers, not out.-.-. ???? ? 7 i Sundries ..??? ??? ?' ?' ? 1 .-V Total .,,- ?-..? ? ?'' # wlitf—Mairii, 5 ^ 34 ; Tftftaper. 2 for 23 : H.iklS'i for 45 ;' JfrlUe, I1 ft*' ? : Howard, 0' for Seeoiidlnnitrg1'. Bailey, b -larsli... ... »v ??? J. H:ic4, c Kelly, triirnpef ? -- Hill, c Noble. b'Marsli ? v — ^' fteedman, h Marsh ... - - K Jarvis, -1 Intff, bMar.sh' .-.-.? . ... ™ lffat thews, not otlt . ... —; - ** p,.||fiW. c Kelly, If Hopkins ? ±. Wai ley, b ilarsh ?...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Sporting Mems. I By WellesIiKy.1 As srn up-country horseman. Jack Pilzmauricc is TajiiiJly cijniinjz to tlic front, and (says the (Jwziei) wu will iiu doubt soou hear of him achieving Inuie on iiiiHi-opolitan courses. He rode two winners at the liuolijjrtl meeting and ] lam told that his Imml ling oE fcktrmlight in the Hack Kace there wjis a innstcrly piece of horsemanship. At Guubar, lie ni-:iin sighted the jud^c first od two occasi his, and wound up a most successful campaign by riding tiie first tluce winners in succession at Uie Camtluool ? Cfeniornc. (lie' Giorious-Nea gelding, who gave promise of again racing, and who was placed with Hickenbotliara 10 be trained, has been ret'/rned to Tabletop as hopeless, Just before the Bendigo Cup Crcuioinc was fancied by the trainer for that event; but he went wrong during the final stages of his preparation. Creraorne is now twelve years old. tind well deserves pensioning off. Backers hardly knew what to make of the 'Keller Handicap. at M...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Melbourne Markets. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Melbourne Markets. WbD^SSDAY, J'A'StlAftV 9. F^t Sheep. — i3-5°° were Pennled- A representative supply, including several. lafge drafts of merihtoes, chiefty useful quality, with a tair sprinkling of prune. Themaiket opened practically unaltered with ?? ? a sligTftly firmer tetidency, and in best weihers i)rices hardened to a shade in advance of former quotations-. In addition to [he above toial,«=everal large lines of stores were yarded :— Prime crossbred wethers, 14s W15S Jd,- extra at it*, second, 12s to 13s 6d ; unme crossbied ewes, 12* to i-s 6d, a lew at 14s tdj second,- 1 os tons 6d ;- pntrie merino wethers, 14s to 15s ai f good, 1 is 6d-to 13s 6-H- second, us; wrtti merino ewes, 7s to 10s 6d. Fat Lambs.-8,5oo were penned. Be3t met with keeil conifpetHitfn at high figures, while second and indifferent slits, urisiutable for trade requirements met a dragging market at quotations. Prime sold at 10s to 12s, extra, 13s to 14s sd ; good, 8s gd to gs gd ; second, 7^10 7s 9'J ; and ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

pf Startling '^i Sterling Testimony to the merit of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale j'eople. I Dull /fching BacK Pains Cured, | Mr. W.'H. Tyler, of Southp'ort, Tasmania, -'kindly send* I this letter:—' I have suffered for years with a bad back. I ^ Inexperienced dull,, aching pains in the small of the back, a which have been so bad . at times that / %ttd to lay up 1 for weeks together. I tried everything that I couia think of. | The doctors could ^o me no good. Then I bought a .German & electric belt, which did me little or no good.- Sometimes I ™ {was all right; but then, again, I would 'be troubled with § indigestion very badly, so badly that l.yiasejveit afraid io I take food. When I came to Queenstown, I thought I would i try Dr. Willmms' Pink Pills for Pale; People. I found © C great relief from the first box ; the third box pntme all right ; I am ( i on the fourth box how. J am;Aappj) 'to say. that lam in the best fa of health now, all symptoms of my ailment have dis...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

;?''?' EoiiucA.. ,?-? ; At the Police Court on Saturday^ before Messris . W, W. and A. J. Moore, J -s-P., a Shah, 28 years of age, ;uamed Andrew Grant, was charged with, the larceny of a flag on New Year'is J)ay,, the property of John Jlontgomory, furniture ! ^dealer. Accused pleaded riot guilty. The..cvidehfce of Mr Morifgo*' mery went to show that he Ijad. two. flags flying from his establishment on 'Newl7'ea.r's:Dayiandj)n the following day he missed, them.; The flag, -pro- duced, was his property^/ and ,. he valued, it^at- 6s.: Constable Steinfort gave evidence ^at he searched, the accused's box onxjne'of'th'e river boats. In:)t'' he found the flag, rnearly at . the bottom , Grant said he bad found the .flag ?whilst coming ' froor Moaraa. Accused, admitted two previous conviC'; tions, and was sentenced to one. 'month's imprison-.' ment in the Bendigor Gaol, \ .''?'. ' .. .'; Mr G. H. Reid arrived in Melbourne fropi Sydney by the express traio. on Tuesday. He laft by the steamer ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Over the Border. MELBOURNE. If. is probable that the Cabinet will consider the question of the Premiership at il* first meeting niter the lioliiiays. Of course, either the aspirants to the ofiice has his section of supporters, and the whys and wherefores advanced in support of their contentions are slightly dissimiliar. Mr Isaac's followers are u- be heard in their shibboleth of seniority ; whilst (lie more popular Mr Peacock's disciples advance tin', argument, ad homiriem, .about Mr Isaacs beinfr likely to be 'off with the old love and on with Hie new ' after strutting hfs hour during the York t-i the Chief Secretary. There is every reason to doubt., moreover, that, should Mr Isaacs remain in office as Premier if returned to the Federal Parlia ment— as- lie is entitled tofor 40 days thereafter— whether Mr Peacock would not consider that such a circumstance would not. release him from his avowed intention of remaining in local politics, the logical deduction of such an ?' attitude, ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Mr. J. S. Braim. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

Death of Mr. J. S. Braim, It is with deep regret that we have to announce the death of Mr Joseph Steele Braim, which occurred at his residence in Edward-street yesterday morning at 7. 30 o'clock. It is just three years ago since the deceased first became ill, having at that time received a paralytic stroke. Even then his medical attendant, Dr. Noyes, held out no hope for his recovery. A change of air was then suggested as a last resort, and accompanied by Mrs Braim he took a trip to England 18 months ago, and con- sulted some of the most eminent specialists   there, but they could do nothing for him. When Mr Braim again reached Deniliquin about twelve months ago he was a little better, but it proved to be only temporary, and for months past the end has been expected. It came as stated and released him from pain aud misery, which he has borne with great fortitude. The late Mr Braim first came to Denili- quin in the latter end of 1875, and was senior partner in the firm o...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Mr R. W. Franks. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 11 January 1901

The Late Mr R. W- Franks. "Lana," in the Sydney " Mail " writes : —   "On the 16th December there died in his   64th year, at Melbourne, Robert William Franks for twenty-seven years manager of Booabula station, near Wanganella. In many ways the deceased was a man of note. Born in Tasmania, where for many years his father was Chief Magistrate of Launceston, when quite young he emigrated to New South Wales and acquired practical pastoral experience in Riverina on the Yanko blocks, then the property of the late W. E. Forlonge. So pleased was Mr Forlonge with Mr Franks ability that he sent him, although not 21 years of age, to stock up the two properties —Beemery and Bellalie-he had purchased from the Began River Company. One of the conditions of tenure from the Govern- ment was that each block was to be stocked within a certain time, and young Franks was   instructed to carry out the condition,   although the term had nearly expired. ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dehiliquin Municipal Council. MONDAY, JANUARY 14, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 18 January 1901

DeniJiquin Municipal Council. MOSDAV, JANOAUY 14,1901. Prcsent ; Aldermen Perrin ^Mayor) in. the chair, J. G. Kvans, Jeilerson, Jane, Jones. Fagan, Wool - dridge, and G. Evans. -?_?' The miiiutesot the previous meeting were read and continued. r ? _ ? ^ . . .-' C0U1IiKSP0NDE\vC13, -'_''' .?'??'., Letters .were r.ead ; T0 George iGee Sing, saying/ the water would-be turned on againto hisjjremises on payment of £6 10s in cash, and f he balance 'in''. inouth)y instalments. To W. KilpatricH., einilosiiug him copy. of Committee's report. To Mrs Fortune re drains.-; -./ '? \ '...:.'' ./ ' \T From Bbrough o£ Liechhardt, saying in accord-' ance with rcsoliitioa ? passed, a deputation wout^ wait on-'fhe Governineut this mouth with refSrencV to the status, of mayors' being recognised -at all; public functions, and' asking1, tliat tliis Council ;be representea. . , - ... - ? - , Alderman Jones- moved that Mr J. JI. Chanter, - M.P., Tae asked to act as'delegate. .'. .' ' - The.Hiotiou.ivas seco...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ladies' Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 18 January 1901

Ladies' Benevolent Society^ ; ; The Annual /Meeting of members of the' Laddies' I^ene volent , Society was. held ipri. 'Monday, jaftefnb^n last at die/Town /Hall, Avhen. the folJovi ing- were present :^— Mr h ;j G. Esrans' ('Presiden t), JRev. -Father Treacjr, V. G-r(Vice-Tresidept), Mesdames ;Ts JS.,.;Browh ' (Secretary), ; M'GuHough ? (Treasurer), Norns, Burchfield, Warnock, Hooper^ arid Miss Noyes. -'.;,:'. /The annual report read by the hon. secretary showed- that seven cases, had receiyedr^veekly relief,, as well as casual cases, 'and' that 15, pairs; of blankets (donated by the Government) had been .distributed.. The funds pf the Society were in, a satisfactoryjconditioh. rs , : ? 'The Balance-Sheet, shpwed the total receipt, .including. ^5£ os; iid brought fbrwarjl from lastyearsj to:be^ii6 iCs yd, and -that the expenditure amounted to £'51 .OS 8d,-leaving,'a.r-:r.edir balance of Z&i&tifc : :%:?-, :--' ??? -?- : :/v ? : I ..Mr;J. G. Evans moved the adoption of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Execution of Jacky Underwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 18 January 1901

Execution of Jacky Underwood. The execution of ' jiacky Underwood,' the obiriginal who was sentenced to death for the murder of Percy Mawbey/ at Breelong, on the 20th of July last, was carried, out in Diibbo gaoi on Monday murning. mere was but a small as semblage present to witness the enforce ment of the last penalty of the law. As the clock struck g, Mr Grey, tlie Under SKeriff, presented himself at the door of the cell and claimed the body of the pri soner. Underv/ood walked n'rmly--to'the- scaffold, which was erected in a portion of the exercise yard, which had4-een;sur- rounded with screens. Father Brop^hy recited prayers for the reposeof the- dead as the prisoner passed along to the gallows, the priest lea-ding the way. When-- the gallows' were reached, Father, Bjqpliy said good-bye to UndeVwood, and ..-the-- black replied i—V^jood-bye, sir.' The- i^rjest and the convict then shook hands. Jacky, without- another word, 'ascended the steps firmly, and stood on the drop. Hbward,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 18 January 1901

; Blacksmith and Shoeing j Forge. C. LANGSHAW, DESIRES to intimate to the residents of Denili quin and surrounding district, that he has lopeneJ as abovein the back portion of- the premises ? of the Riverine Saddlery -JJmpoHum, and- trust 'by. ? strict attention to business'to.merit a. fair Hh'are of ?support. - ':??-?? ?'?'?'. ?All Kinds of: Buggies'-. aaul.C-^iB^Djns-. I . repaired. ; ; ?Horse?hoeing and tSeneral Blacksfhith ? i n% by a Competent Tradesman.' I A TRIAL B©MqfTEb; K I 25ooo bei^J;^2|dgq; ?? SADDLER, r&c./^DENILXQiOrN,'-; -.;;..- ' Hives the HigHtstCiisfc PrM for all B Kinds of fiJ«t^d3[isis.^ ^ r- ^K IlidcSj-from 2d to.5'jd-![)ervlC.:-.- :^. ; ''? '? ^K Sheepskins, from- WtoftSdperlb. ??Horsehair, Beeswax.-andaUrkindscf- Suirfries. B ehe: beliable ^d^eo^.-S-^ ^^p 'UST Inndevl. a lafpc and . varied -a ssorlment ^B newest designs ia;i\utumn:»nd4yniiej.1 Good ^?pprising :' English, Irish,; and; Sco|ch.jl'iefids, ^^Brstcd Coatings and Tj'ouKeriflgsifin^VendfeB ^^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 18 January 1901

Acute Dyspepsia Cured in Three Weeks. The Case of EZr. F3AMX R'JSSZLL (iV/w t)te ' At-wttiicn Ch'nlcle') IBV OtJR SPECIAL nr.l-ORTIiR. ) ' I can oniy describe the pain as a gnawing owe,' explained Mr. Frank Knssell the proprietor of a iVick-multinu y?Jl.(] a{ St. Peters, Sydney, to our rqjicur, uiio was waiting enquiries as to his illness ' Very ftisajit.-vj*i.le,' ej.icuUu-u the sunlit. '?Jt was ito )hn-.'l)in£ mar'-Vr,' returned Mr. Russell, 'a.id very liule vu&\, it allowed me. The trouble secine.il to be locate I in the chest anrl tin; pit of the stoinaHi, and afttr eating the psiiu was extreme1. ' Kur. I suppose ywcotiMn't cat much ?' 'O:i! yes-, I coul't. SiiiiicMines ln-e a great deal ; but my food did me do :,'''-'), and 1 was never Iree from, ton^t.-pa. an.' Every day wheu t went to wotk i tool: some lunih. with- me, wlm.li I was fond to eat at about eleven o-Vl/w.-k, oiUem i.-,e tlie peculiar gn ..\vii.« and siuUm,' \-a.'a. h\ my siuniaili became leu Units woise. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 18 January 1901

I | ntttueo BrtmA r i xsKino I jittlevew inntniillv I Uenditclio, I) Toodinclie SlDnriUft^ V influenza, Ac. ? Never bA without it

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The Boer War. THE FIGHT AT LINDLEY. BRITISH CAUGHT IN A TRAP. A SPLENDID DEFENCE. REINFORCEMENTS IN TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 18 January 1901

The Boer War. THE FIGHT AT LINDLEY. BRITISH CAUGHT IN A TRAP. A SPLENDID DEFENCE. REINFORCEMENTS IN TIME. Particulars are published of the fight at Lindley in the Orange River Colony, when a small British detachment, under Colonel Laing, came into collision with a large Boer force, with the result that Colonel Laing, two other officers, and 15 men were Killed, and two officers and 20 men were wounded. It appears that on the 3rd inst. Colonel White, who is co-operating with General Knbx in the pursuit of De Wet, sent Colonel Laing, with 150 of Lord Kit chener's bodyguard, who were attached to General Knox's force, towards Reitz, a few miles east of Lindley. When ascending a valley they were suddenly greeted with showers of explo sive bullets, fired from kopjes 600 yards to the right and to the left of them,, and they found thtniselves attacked by a force of 1,000 Boers. The British were retiring, when they were confronted by another force of 500 Boers. They immediately galloped ofl, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket Chatter. TRADES v. NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 18 January 1901

Cricket Chatter. TRADES v. NATIVES. [By DucK-HtiG.)-. On Saturday last the above .-clubs met on the local cricket ground^ inr the open ing match of the final round for Mr F. Sparrow?* trophy a~d the ^premiership. J Theday was not a good,, one for cricket, a Strong wind blowing , a jltiie.jaftenioon. ILhe attendance was. ^uly moderate. W. Burns captaihedtlie J^atives.and A. E. Perrin the Trades. : .Bpitli ciiibs were fairly represented j but ov/ing to the bad state of the. weather the cricket displayed' was only . moderate. A singular- coinci dence happened on Saturdaj'j-jjotli teams iri their first innings- scoring 93 runs; As it was agreed at the Association meeting \ last week- that the matches be played, to ':'?'& finish ^therefore i the match ^viil be con : :Huded lp-niorrq^ when an exciting game -. sfiould .-be .?\yi'thes'sed; 'The fielding of , boih teams was -patchy, Messrs W. ' '^lattliews and F- Sparrow stood as um ? pries during theafternooh and gave every ^satisfa...

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Deniliquin Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 18 January 1901

Deniliquin Licensing Court. Wednesday, January 16. (Before Mr F. W. Garstang, P.M., and Dr Noyes, Licensing Magistrate.) Martin Donovan was granted a renewal of his license for the Barhain Hotel, situated at Batham.

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