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State Politics. THE LIBERAL ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

State Politics. THE LIBERAL ORGANISATION. Mr C. A. Lee, the president of the Liberal Party the successor in State politics to the old Freetrade and Liberal Association^ has | been busy for the past few days in arrang ins preliminaries for the battle of the elec hZJ Thfi secretaryship of the party has been offered to Mr Arthur Moore, the present ] secretary of the Federal freetrade Associa tion. It is believed that he will accept the position. The offices of the party will be at Lvndhurst Chambers, Elizabeth-street, and the president may often be found there. Mr Moore is constantly in attendance, l*e Federal Freetrade Party has decided to con tinue its association, and he en gaged Mr Moore for three years to carry on the electoral rn.rmviicinrr Wdl'k. With regard to the State elections, aselec- I tion committee will shortly be appointed This will be asmall body, with the president at its head, and the other seats '^P^ably be given to well-known public men with ex tensive experience. ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Municipal Matters. — On Tuesday even ing last a special meeting of the local Muni cipal Council was held for the purpose of considering tenders for the removal of night soil. There were present Aldermen J. G. Evans (in the chaif ) G. Evans. J. Tavlor. J. Kelly and W. E. Latchford. The corres dence included a letter f com the Secretary of the Birthday Racing Club, asking that the 24th May be proclaimed a public holiday. This, with ether correspondence read, was held over until the next meeting of the Council. There were only two tenders re ceived for the sanitary contract, and that of Messrs Foster Brothers at £200 per annum was accepted. Immediately after the above a special meeting of the aldermen sitting as Trustees of the Deniliquin Commons was held, when the above mentioned gentlemen were present. The purpose of the meeting was for opening tenders for the excavation of 800 yards more or less for a tank near the Brick Hole, on the North Common. Four tenders were received, and aft...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

===== ? Over the Border. MELBOURNE. The decision of the Full Court (Mr JusHce Holy royd, Mr Justice A'Beckett, and Mr - Justice^ Hood) wu given on Friday on the appeal from the judg ment of the Chief J ustice in the case of ^\J Sing.' The action, which was tr f -° Ocgber ast was brought by the executors of the late inoB. of £18,391 odd, wmen nau weu v»™ -- —- 'Th of the Master in Equity as probate duty on three several sums of £63,000, £45,000, and *W», whfch the Master in Equity had held to iovm part of the testator's estate in Victoria liable * ^ duty 'he sum of £63,000 represented money advanced toy flr Payne to Mr Wm. M-Culloch on the security of iiSFSS* in New South Wales , and j» was .con- ls-vSe«h^^&^ that state, the money secured by the mortgage brmed part of Mr Paynes estate here, and was theSrePlTableto probate duty. The other ^ viz £45,000 and £75.000, had been advanced by Tl ?„*._'; :_m- i. ifuMie and to the trusteeB of Mr John M'Vean's estate on the secnuty of p...

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Melbourne Markets. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Melbourne Markets. Wednesday, May 8. Fat Sheep.— The market was fully sup plied consisting chiefly of middling descriptions, with a fair sprinkling of good and useful qualities, and a scarcity of prime merinos. The demand was not ? so active, owing mainly to many of the trade having a surplus over from last week cosequently competition was devided, ana prices receded about Is per head from former quotations. Prime crossbred I wethers, from 16s 6d to 18s 6d orta - heavy from 19s 3d to 19s 9d ; a few £1 3 t« oi c . nnnt\ p.rnssbred wethers, trom Us (id to 15s 6d ; middling and inferior from Us; prime crossbred ewes, trom 13s 6d to 14s 9d ; extra prime and heavy from 15s 6a to 17; a few at 18s; good, from Us 9d to 12s 9d ; middling and in ferior, from 99 best merinos wethers, from 14s 9d to 16s ; second, from 12s 9d to iooftj- inferior from 10s. Fat LAMBS.-The demand was unsteady and gradually receded to decidedly lower rates Prime sold at from lls to 12s ; extra, 12s 9d, few higher ; ...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Sporting Mems. (By Wellesi.ey.1 Hor«eowners are reminded that entries close to day (Friday) for the Birthday Club's meeting to be held on Friday, May 24. Sir E. Causell, for whom F..W. Day trains, has won the first of the important three-year'rbld classic races of the. season— rthe much-coveted Two Thou Band Guineas States. His colors were carried to victory on Wednesday by Handicapper, who is by Matchmaker (eon of Donovan) from Agnes (jsborne by Beaudesert from Wild Aggie, hy Wild Dajrell. fiaridicapper only ran on four occasions last season, winning— the Richmond Stakes, at Goodwood, fall ing to him, with Osboch second. No idea can be iormed as to whether Handicapper was in favor for the Two Thousand Guineas, as there was no betting on the race at the time the last mail left. Doricles, the seeoud colt, made a dead heat with Veles in the July Stakes, at Newmarket, last season, Handicapper running unplaced in the same race. Osboch, the third colt, won two races last year, and secure...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Western Lands Commission. THE PROGRESS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

Western Lands Commission. THE PROGRESS REPORT. Mr See, State Premier, received the fol lowing telegraphic message from his eel league of the Lands Department, Mr Crick fr°«afanswlr to my request for a progress report from the Western Lands Commission I have received the touowmg :— w - »- decided to represent to the Hon. W. JM Crick! Secretary for Lands, that in view of the early completion of the Commission s worMtWdnot be possible to furnish a | progress report upon the questions sub Sed which would be of value or legisla *;„« hnf. -m the Commission is satisfied from he abundance of evidence tendered as to tne number of pastoralists who have suffered the Mmista might exetc.se demen^ arf stasis — — r= ? the work of destruction, but ^ that «g^»~ might be rendered by providing netagon Sly terms to occupiers of country unntoed He of sufficent value to justify the infer .1 i .1.- l.nn nil Y,a rflnn.id. (Ol -LUG ence tnac me iua' »*' »» —r~ - w . Commission further recommends that im med...

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

' o An Honest— » QQ I ;''..0i. Man's Words. fHH I ffjfi&j&^Mk Mr. Geo. Millard Walker, Hawera, New iM|r 111 I mO^ltf Zealand, a hale, heartjr anS Active man, told JSKjJJ I /m» his own experience to a reporter ot the Hawera h[SD{Ss^ \ I M Morning Post, who took down his words. Mr. ^Kjgfc^ Ir I ^'^ Walker, who came to New Zealand as a private ''Abgwmuna I ®in the Queen's Own Regirnent-^and later 'onflffl)M|| I went through the Maori War serving under ILufe! LT[ ^f I § General Chute, exchanged the life of a soldier jfSJmiPnRL I for that of a gold miner. It will be seen that he irMf |i I ^ ? M7 had suffered severely trota Sciatic Fever and |B^™~jjj[ I JKffii*TOAgue, and Rheumatic Fever, and was treated ffftWS™ffi\ I MM?$t-* ' qnsuccessfally by hospitals and doctors. He, -%Sfe|^ ^ I ]-?!' himself, regarded his case as hopeless. He flSgronnmri I iJ vas, however, promptly, permanently arid IPJfc' IH I ™ entirely cured by Dr. Wilcums' Pikk Pills ^™» iff I ®for Pale People. &...

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ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 10 May 1901

ECHUCA. In consequence of the rise of the river, two vessels sailed on Saturday. The Alert has gone for wheat to Swan Hill, and' the Australian from Mildnra and Wentworth. Fears are again expressed that the construction of the levees upon the banks of the Goulburn River will be the means of causing a flood to the east of tchuca. The land between this town and the I Goulbourn River is always subject to flooding in j winter, and with the increased volume coming down | the effect must be disastrous. Even tbe late rains, I which were the first for the year, and consequently j soaked into the land considerably, caused a rise at I Rtownrt'a Bridee. on the Goulbourn, of lift. 6in. in \ 24 hours, the greatest rise for the time during the pest 30 years. A lad lO.yeara of age, named William Mann, of Echuca East, was on Monday carrying an axe, when he fell, and the axe almost severed one of his fingers. He was taken to the hospital, and at first it was thought amputation would be necessary, bu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Mr. G. H. Reid's H^h.--M Eeid,of New South Wales, is g/j covering from his recent wdijWj j bronchial trouble has oowpleW* an* he has also undergone &?%0 relieve an ailment of the towg^,i He went out for a drive oc - ^°° Iete!j it is expected that he wl be cyg^ covered by the time the ^'J - wUl meet again, on next Tuesdays

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A Nervous Shock. Neuralgia and Dyspepsia CURED. The Case of Mrs. M CALLAHAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Shock. Neuralgia and BySpT:, CURED. ' The Cat o of r.7rs. M CALLAHAH. («Y oun ov.-;: laroi-.T.-,, 'I \ean utterly piosuv,t..i *;?? VOUS11C8S Ul.d Wt!.l!;iu;ss'' . '?''' }*\ Maggie CiiHiihan. of Ko r ' ./''? street, Woollof.RKjnloo, to a iL^'M the stuff! «My illn^EH ? t,.rouj{li receiving 1!Cv.-8 of the slll!l)t £ H of a friend, win,!, ,.ps:cl mc «g ami before my M-»t«m ha.l reaver ' the lint Shock. I WB»l,!OllRhtfl ,H uiih.lc«l. again. I,«5a a menu wiium l WM reanily left best of heaith.andoiianivmjatlrt Iwosinf rincal Hut ho -hulked U J On entering the house I ^M fuh.td, ami fell fro.,, the cC f !i many n l.ag day before I even parlUllv^l covered from the evil effects whicheiW ted from unexpectedly learning of & calamity and the subsequent aiC winch the shocks produced caused J, great amount of suffering.' H ' What were the ailments to chick J ?'In addition to being exccBsivdynerJ and weak. 1 was driven to a state of k| peraliou with neuralgia and indigestion B I used to st...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Old Riverineites will be glad to learn (says Freeman's Journal) that their old friend and revered pastor, Father Kiely, has been appointed to an important parish St Patrick's, in Salt Lake City, and that with his health renewed and strengthened by Utah's genial climate, he is labouring vigorously amongst the Mormons. Father jueiy was zz years on the Australian mis sion, in the Goulburn and Wilcannia dioce ses. He was the first resident Priest of Hay where he built a beautiful convent and presbytery, and wag the first priest ap pointed by Bishop Dunne to take charge of Broken Hill, where he also did splendid work for the benefit of religion. The rev gentleman was obliged to leave Australia through failing health.

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RESULTS SECOND DAY:— [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

RESULTS SECOND DAY :— Hurdle Race, two miles!— J. Lallan's Dunwell 11.10, 1 ; J. Hy land's Polly, 9.0, 2 ; L. Holmes1 8tormlight, 10.5, 3. Time, 3min. 57aee. District Handicap, six furlongs.— J. Gordon's Federalist, 8.5, 1 ; J. Jones' Split Link, 8.9,2- H C. Moorebcad's Thundercomb, 8.7, 3. f ime. lrain 19sec. - Town i Plate. one mile.— G. Plant's Speculation, 8.1, 1 ; W. and J. Ball's Seaspray. 9.0, 2 : J. Whaley's Vindicator, 7.3, 2. Time, lmm. 44sec. Railway Handicap, six furlongs.— E. Davis' Kitty 8.5. 1 ; J. Whaley'e Vindicatory 7.5, 2 ; A C Edwards' Zaza-Hova. 6.7, a. Time, Imin. 164-5sec! Forced Handicap, six furlongs.— A. U. Edwards's Rio Grande, 7.5. 1 , W. and J. Ball's Lady Olive 9.7, 2 ; A. Kose's Frivolity, 6.7, 3. Time, Imin. 17 sec.

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Hay Licensed Victuallers' Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Hay Licensed Victuallers1 Races. The first day's races of the Hay Licensed Victuallers' Race Club passed off successfully on Tuesday last, the weather being perfect for a day's outing. The jockeys wore crape arm bauds out of respect to the late Mr John Dillon, late vice-president of the Club. The following are the results : — Trial Stake's, of 10 sots. Weight for age; Six furlongs. A. C. Edwards' br c Rio Grande^ 3 yrs, 8.5 (Berkeley) ? ? 1 A. Asheroft's b m Dawn. 4 yrs. 8.7 (T. Biggar) 2 J. Gordon's br g Federalist, 3 yre, 8.9 (including 71bs over). V. fling .. ..i ... ... 3 Other sorters— Mishap 8.11, Uncle Sam 8.11, Castille 8.11, Thundercomb 8.5. Betting— Evens Bio Grande, 3 to 1 Dawn and Mishap. Won by half a head— Time, Imin. lifcecs. Handicap TpoT, of 10 sovsw Two miles. A. C. Edwards' b g Jeff, ajred, rfi'sucs. behind (G. llobertsoii) ? ... 1 K. Thorburn's cli in Jess, aged, 40secs bhd (owner) ? 2 Jas. Tyson's «r m Ruby, aged, 25st -us bud (Fitz maurice) ? 3 Other starters -...

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Terribly Sudden Death. A BANDMASTER FALLS DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Terribly Sudden Death. A BANDMASTER FALLS DEAD. mwmrn his s de in a mommt, but life was ext.net. The body was removed from the field as SX possible, a»d taken «o the.cUy monrue. The deceaseu u^y* V^.tvr', ;~ on! thus concealing the, rnelancholy inci, dent from His Royal Highness. The de ceased was 49 years of age, a na ive of TaSanla^ ^and at one.time resided in Mel bourne. He went to, West Australia about i?«s ago, ihd was living with his wife andyfemily in St. George's Terrace, Perth TheS^f his death was broken to his comrades at the conclusion of the cere mon'y, ahdcausedageneral feeling of^s K?I7A.f *— 4. -nA turret. A post- mortem tonisnnicuu ouu »~o — -- » ?nt^IH examination on Saturday, by Dr -Neild showed that death was due to ruptu e of Ihe 'heart. An inquest was, therefore, dispensed with? The body was embalmed and will be sent to West Australia.

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Deniliquin Jockey Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Deniliquin Jockey Club. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Committee of the Deniliquin Jockey Club was held at the Globe Hotel yesterday. Mr W. Kilpatrick occupied the chair, and and there weie present Messrs E. J. Laman, S. Fox, C. F. De Fraga, F. Sparrow, H. Lloyd, H. Hawkins, R. VW M'Laurin, J. Geraghty, W. R. Clarke, A. J. M'Laurin, and Dr Noyes. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Accounts. Accounts amounting to £i$ *5s 3d were passed For payment on the motion of Mr De Fraga, seconded by Mr Sparrow. Correspondence. Letters were read to O. Falkiner saying he had been elected on the Committee ; to F. Boy sen saying his application for the removal of his disqualification had been refused ; from S. E. Donelan recommending J. B. Hamilton as a member of the Club; from A. Jones (Moama) saying a mile race was too far for two-year-olds ; from J. Geraghty proposing Messrs A. J. Whitelock and J. Farquhar as members of the Club. Messrs Hamilton, Whitelock, and Far...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Murder of a Vigneron. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

flttrder of a Vigneron;. A terrible murder ; was, committed on Thursday night last week, the victim being Nicholas Jasprizza, owner of the well known chJerry gardens and vineyards situated three miles from Young, trom the particulars so far to hand it appears that deceased and his wife wepe in their bedroom, When a gun was fired from oiiU ;iide through. the^indow. pome z*^ - thesbpt;e'ntered Mrs Jasprizw s leg, and shecaUed put to Her .nusband^ .Immedi^ ately i.seednd, ,sbpt;was Jired,, and the ; I contents^ of tfe ?un^W?d.&P£!!1! side. '' He fell prostrate,' apd.died shortly afterwards. When 'the shots- were fired the room became. filled with smoke, and the Wind6w curtains ignited,' from which it is presumed that the muzzle ot the gun must have been put through the window. Word .was sent to the police, who pro ceeded the' house. A double-barrelled breechioading gun belonging to Jaspnssa, \*-nA rnnt^ininetwo discharged cartridges, was fotina a short distance away. A young rh...

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Pastoral and Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Pastoral and Agricultural Society. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Council of the above Society was held at the Royal Hotel yesterday afternoon. Mr 6. Lester (President) occupied the chair, and there were present Messrs A. J. McLaurin, W. R. Raleigh, G. Leetham, J. B. Hamilton, T. A. Frearson, J. Burchfieid, M. J. Carew, W. E. Clarke, R. W. McLaurin, F. Sparrow, 8. E. Donelan, and W. Kilpatrick. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence. Letters were read : — From M. Stevenson, Hay, enclosing member's subscription ; from W. R. Clarke, forwarding £2 2s as donation from Mr Johnston ; from Messrs Griffiths Bros., donating trophy, value £1 Is, to be competed for; from the Woolbrokers* As sociation, enclosing their donation of £10 20s; from the Department of Agriculture saying that ££5 had been placed to the Society's credit ; from Mr A. H. Cox, giving particulars of water jump at Moonee Valley ; from the Manager Wagga Experimental Farm, saying that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

£Xaci|simth aadsw Forge. I c. langshaJ DESIRESto intimate to the n^;,.,,, ,1 . quinand :.Burront!'vri:. ,\, ,.',.! j'*! opened as above in t!ie h.-.-y. ; ? ? , j'', ^1 of the Riverine Sadidei j Lia^, ;ilm °' Jftl j trict attention, to- business to merii -a f J support. ? - 'ivii A\\ kinds flif Buggies and M ';'. repaired. 1 Horseshoeing and General Black J ing by a CorrpetentTradeJ j CHARGES MODERAI L -A TRIAL SOLICITED! ' wantedT] f 2,00d PELTS 2,O0j H. L-. JONE SADDLER, &c., DENILIQCIS, I Gives the Highest Cash Price! Kinds of Furred Skins. J Hides, from 2d to 3Jd per 1b. I.- ? . . ?. t . - ?. ' Sheepskin6j;from4dto6iipei| I Horsehair, Beeswax, and all kinds otSnJ A. J.-WHITFJiM THE' RELIABLE TAILOR ; ? JUST I:nck(? a 1 a rpe and varied sa newest designs in Autumn and H I Comprising : English; Irish, snl Suoichj Worsted Coatings and Trcusoi-:!;:.- IsJ I Variety. We guarantee,, a ] wli.- ?. j..ij prfiaciiable Value. The llejwi : c^iaJ prises all the iateBt'stjles ih ; ; TIE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

TO THE ELECTORS Of DEflHtlQUlN. I BEG to announce than I will be aCANDlbATE for the State Parliament at the forthcoming election for your constituency, and solicit your voreE. As soon as Parliament is dissolved I will take the earliest opportunity of addressing you and explaining my views. ALLEN LAKEMAN. FOR SALE CHEAP. HOUSE, 7 Rooms, J acre, £140. Terms: £35 cash ; balance by pro. notes at 6, 12, 18, 24, 30, and 36 months, bearings per cent, interest. Apply— MACKENZIE BROTHERS, ? Agents. FOR SALE CHEAP. -t O SET op SECOND-HAND TEAM HARNESS, XjU Complete, Chains; &c. Apply— Office of xuiB Papeb. ?-? BOARD AND RESIDENGE TTACANCIES for a few Boarders. Good; V Table. Apply— Mas Slaman, ' Ellesmere,' .Edward (Street. ? i THE DENILIQUIN CYCLE AND ' MACHINERY AGENCY, END STBEET. Agents fob: Davies-Franklin, Red Bird, Raleigh, Rover, Dayton, Cleveland, and E umber Cycles. Ladies' and Gent.'s Bicycles on hire. Repairs in every branch of the trade done on the premises. Sundries and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Lcconirt. Newspaper&News Agent LpIER STREET, DENILIQUIN. Lte- Poforec Sunday Times, Arrow, Sporting H f» Truth, Worker, Hawklet, DeniUquin I JU^; Windsor Magazine, Harmsworthu l^fp'ctodal Magazine, CaBsell's New Penny Igazine, ftgJJ' ^ ' Magazine, Cassell's F5«'jooiS Austmliau Journal, Australian |urday *»»'??' ,d -8 Monthly, Leach's Dress I16 KeLoke Union Jack!. Detective Tales, tuffSto. Boys' First Rate Library, E i Bill's Library, Heart %s Ease Library, True f &Vr L bra y Illustrated Bits, Sketchy Bits, Ir,^ Ally S oper, Scraps, Snap Shots Answers, ISs Weekly, Cigarette, Photo Bite, Illustrated Knit! Boys' Up-to-Date Novelette, Aldine H. EfftoSL Herald, Ohristian Badger, Police K* Workft Comic, Comic Cuts, Comic Life, IS CoS, Illustrated Chip* Piek-Me-Op, I ? Spare Moments, Nuggets, Funny Wondcs, En's Life, Home Chat, Homer's Stories, B, Siories, Home Stories,. . Goldea Stones. Elv Berald Supplement, Scottieh Nights, Bess Princess. Family, Fireside, and Ladies 'Ow...

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