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

i. . - . piquin Commons [MUSTER. keby notified that the usual ialf fly MUSTERS will be held on the k dates:— PRTH COMMON. I CATTLE. py and Wednesday, stand 22nd May. HORSES, ksday, 23rd May. PUTH COMMON. HORSES. May, 25th May. pTLE (Outside). Nay, 27tH May. FTLE (Enclosure)^ pda^ 28th Ms^ |k^tiayardktmpaia!forV;4' ppounded without' iespecl.:ojE; I % order, !; I T.C. GILLIES, I . Secretary.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Pigeon Shooing. DEH&IQBlfiT GUW CLOB. AT THE CRICKET GROUND, — ON — liadies f)ay I Ladles Day I QWEEPSTAKES will commence at 11 o'clock O sharp, and shooting for two (2) HANDSOME BRACELETS will commence at 2 o'clock. First prize, Gold Bracelet, presented by Messrs H. Lloyd and K. C. Parker ; Second prize, Gold Bracelet, presented by Messrs F. A. Raut and H.L.Wilkinson. ADMISSION— IB. LADIKS FREE. R. H. TURNBULL, I „ RKps A. T. JONES, | Hos bfcCS DENILIQUIN, FEIDAr, MAY 17, 1901.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CROWN LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

I CROWN t&ND SALE. \ Land Office, DEN1LIQDIN, on Tuesday, Ih May, at noon, the following will be [ auction, viz.:— Allotments in Section 65 [Town of Maihoura. Areas: — £ an acre bet prices :— From £7 to £20 per lot. K5 per cent. deposit, balance in 3 equal pstaiments . 'interest at 5 per cent, per [Portion .56, Psirish Windouran, County fbout 10 miles north-east of Moulamein. B8| acre*. Upset price :— (including value limprovementO *' 13s per acre. Terms : lent, deposit, balance in 3 months Further is can be obtained from the Land Agent. fe No. 252 of 22nd March, 1901. I H. CURRY, I Under-Secretary for Lands.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Hotel Tattensairs, Deniliquin. C. F. DE FRAGA r)EGS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete th every comfort Wj and convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilate , and the Accom Jbdaton first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining Id 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. ?GOOD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND YARDS. lecial attention given to Livery, Bait & Letting I Single and Double Harness Horses, Buggies, Gigs, etc., and Ladies' ? and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always oj^Hire at. shortest; - i ? notice, and at reasonable rate. «1 Coaches for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from Tatter sail's. ^H ? - 'TT*. . 1 ?? B.P.D. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ? Usher's Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty. I FIRST-CLAS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. I C. F. be FRAGA. Proo...

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

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Mr Crick at Dubbo. ERADICATING THE RABBITS GOVERNMENT TO PROVICE WIRE-NETTING THROWING OPEN CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Mr Crick at Dubbo. ERADICATING THE RABBITS GOVERNMENT TO PROVICE WIRE-NETTING THROWING OPEN CROWN LANDS. Mr Crick, State Minister for Lands, speaking to a deputation at Dubbo last week of various persons interested in tne district lands, waited on the Minister to ask for a change in the ballot system and the throwing open of larger areas lor settlement. Mr Crick admitted theiorce nt m,,nU that was said, but was not going to throw all the Central Division lease holds open to a general scramble. We proposed to throw open a million acres this year, and a million every subsequent year, and to throw open areas in different parts of the division on one day, so that all applicants would not rush, the one office. He believed that 2560 acres hereabouts were required for a .fair hola | ing, but it must be for mixed grazing and | agriculture. ? ?? ? : ; :? ?; \ The Minister also met tb.e-farme.rs and others in conference at the Royal : Hote regarding the rabbit question. -Several speakers addr...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Echoes for the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Echoes fir ttie Week. :? Miss Edith Summerville has been ap iblntod lady TfiTpBrintendent of the Wagga Hospital, in succession to Miss Primrose, who rosiRned after 10 years' service. The - -latter has received the thanks of the cqm ??'- ?mTf&fi anSu, morithVleave of absence on full pay. ; ? Avourig woman, named Emma Klempke, ! ? cook at the Town Hall Hotel, Albury, vfhile ' engaged in Tier duties, sustained serious 'burns through her aprqn and other parts of her clothing catching fire. She was removed to the hospital., \./ : It is regarded as probable that Mr T.; H. Griffith will be returned unopposed to re ' present Albury in the State Parliament. Miss Irene Vanburgh, the well-known and eminent actress, who in 1889 visited , -.-; Australia professionally with Mr «»??'? ?*--* ? Toole, and appeared at the Princess Thea tre, Melbourne, is, it is announced, engaged to Mr Dion Boucicault, who for several i:;'' years wasin dramatic partnership With Mr Sobert Brough in the lessees...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Over the Border. MELBOURNE. A caucus of thosn members of the Opposition in the House of Representatives who favour a revenue tariff was held on Friday morning in the eoutn library of Parliament-house. There were 24 mem bers present, and Sir William McMillan (N.S.W.) was voted to the chair in the absence of Mr G. H. Reid, who was top unwell to be present. The meet ing was convened for the purpose of choosing a iJ?.w Rir TCHward Braddon fT.} spoke of the ability of Mr G. H. Reid and his fitness to occupy the position. He therefore moved that that gentle man Should be appointed leader of the party. Mr P M. Glynn (S.A.) seconded the motjon, which was carried unanimously. Regret was expressed by many of those present at the illness of Mr Reid, but Sir William McMillan was able to convey to the caucus the pleasing information that the ex-Premier of New Houth Wales was improving, and would be able to visit Parliament-house in the course of a few days. Mr Sydney Smith (N.S.W.) was appointed...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]ernment Advertisements. [?]rtment of Public Service Tender Board, Sydney. 3rd May. 1901. ANNUAL CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

frninent Advertisements. rtment of Public Service Tender Board, Sydney. 8fd May. l^Oi. ANNUAL CONTRACTS. . )ERS for t}io Supply and ; Delivery of SO VISIONS' for a number of GAOLS but the State, for a period of twelve months blst July. 1901, will be received at the1 [office, 6 Bligh-street, Sydney; up to. 2. 15 fotlUAY, the 31st MAY. 1901. The Gaols b the supplies are required and the articles I will be found in the Gavemnw/it Gazette H May, 1901, copies of which may be seen luri Houses throughout the State. Copies Ineral and Special 'Conditions and Tender |y be obtained at the Government Stores, fceet, .Sydney, and at the several Gaols. I \MANDEB ROSS, ' I Secretary and Executive Member.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Sporting Mems. IBT WKLLE6LET.1 Braddon's Blot, themnner-up in the Common wealth Stakes at Mooney Valley (Vic.) last week, is & full brother to B. Stratton'e local dog, Bush ranger. In commenting en the decision given by the V.B.C. Committee in the Fishhook case, Javelin Bays in Melbourne ' Leader' :— ' Mr Frew may be as sored that his aDDeal. although unsuccessful, waB thoroughly justified, and that the ruling which dis missed It was not in accord with either equity or common sense. In justice to ' the xuling body, it may be said that the work has generally been well done, but in this particular case it has arrived at a decision as bad, though fortunately not of such public importance, as that -which, to the astonish ment of everybody and to the consternation of all except Sainfoin's backers, declared Sainfoin the winner ot the Caulfield Cup won by Tim Swiveller Sir Rupert Clarke intends leaving for;England on the 18th inst. Severity, Goldsmith, and Boscommon left Mel bourne...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Municipal District of Deniliquin TICE OF ASSESSMENT AND RATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

r^^rDistrict of I Deniliquin. llCE OF ASSESSMENT I AND RATE. ? .preby notified that the Council of the ? *L District have this day made an fcno' all rSble property within the ? ? t «nd I have thereupon struck a rate of ? nC'inthe I sterling for .the Municipal ?K wable in half-yearly moieties in ?on June 1^,1901. and December 1st, 1901 ?vely. Lo notified that an APPEAL COURT to ?r objections to Buch assessment .will be RnffirsdaMOth day of May next at 11 Ke Court House, Demhquin. All ;«bjec, Krto and notices of intention, to appeal ? lodged with me in writing Beven clear days Rich date. ? . H Bv order, ? ' T. C. GILLIES, \ H ? Council Clerk. ?22,1901. ' ;? Bn Hall, Deniliquin. ; ; : '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

t0 An Honesty (f ~*.Q\ Man's Words, fl ITKfitfj£Uiff\ Mb. GeoI Millard Wamckr, Hawera, New 11 Py, IT Zealand, a hale, hearty arid active man, told ~ InT' his own experience to a reporter of the Hawera ff| fflA Morning Tost, who took down his words. Mr. %J ; w Walker, who came to New Zealand as a private; jo ®in the Queen's Own ilegiraent— and later oiill went through the i Maori War serving under %1 *««k General Chute, exchanged the life of a soldier ffi flf for that of a gold ininer. It will be seen that he 11 W ^ad suffered severely from Sciatic Fever and !™ IGKTj\ Ague, and Rheumatic Fever, and was treated f j 1|K3b !«.» m unsuccessfully by hospitals and doctors. He, 1] Ittim'-- ^» hjmsejff regarded ;his case as hopeless. He m O was, however, promptly, permanently and II \ ™ entirely cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills *1 ®for Pale People. f| 'I am,' said he, '63 years of age, and^j I £\. have travelled all . m — 1— Zaium Wnat su^ere(l Jj&A^ Wl v/2lIi ^ \ ™' rheumatic fever...

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

ECHUCA. Miss M Drummond, a teacher at the Bchuca Central Stute School, met with a painful accident last week. She had been visiting a friend, and whilst walking home slipped and fell. As she was suffering considerably, Dr. Smith was called in next morning, and found that the young lady had broken her left am near the shoulder. For some time the police force of Echuca has beea short in numbers owing to the illness of Constable Mills. Thestrength has been further reduced recently by another officer being sent to Melbourne. Thus it is that the people are commencing to compfcin that their property had not sufficient police protec tion That this contention is correct is shown by the fact that at daylight on Saturday morning »? burglar was disturbed at the residence of Mr E. Richards. Then, again, the same night the houBe of the town clerk of HchucaCMrD. Cameron) was entered, and ransacked from end to end, the family being away in Melbourne. It in not known what the loss ie.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne Markets. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

? ? -^ Melbourne Markets. Wednesday, May 15. Fat- Sheep -The BUpply Was on* boto with uegard to nunSr quality, a large proportion conaJL middling and inferior descriptions tK scarcity oi best merinos. The mi opened with a keener- demand ? grades suable for trade requii and prices- rapidly recovered to fully? to. those ruiing a fortnight atro hi 7| pe»head higher than last weeSS rates. Prime crossbred wethers, 17? la»19s 6d;. extra prime and heavv £.! 21s 6d; good, 15s 6dto-16s9d; 4'iddll and inferior, lls 8d;. prime crossIJ *wes, 14s 9d to 16s;. extra prbT! heavy, 17* 6d to 18s; good, 12s6dtoS 9d; middling and inferior,. ios- y merino wethers, 16s to 17s 6d ; cod 11 to 15s 9d -middling and inferioT'in? with small cull wethers and ewes, 8s (H Fat Lambs.— The demand was extreme! animated throughout, prices hardest fully Is per head higher.. Prime -soH, 12s to 18s 6d ; extra prime and heart 14s to 15s ; good, sold at 10s 9d to llggj seconds sold at 8s 6d to 10s ; inferior \ 6d. Fat Cir...

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

The racehorse No Mistake, who has been entered for the Birthday Club's races, won the Trial Stakes and Handicap at Heathcote on Wednesday. In the steeplechase run on Wednesday at Aspendale, Fishhook, when leading, fell, and broke his neck, whilst the jockey Barbour escaped uninjured. Artesian water has been struck at Mr W. G. Taylor's Bemble Station, in the Coon amble district. The daily flow is estimated at 8,000,000 gallons. Do you require Boots, Shoes, or Drapery of any kind ? P. Fagan has a large stock on hand and invites inspection.1'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

To the Electors of Deniliqi MR. JOHN LEWI! — WILL — ADDRESS THE ELECTORS IN THE TOWN HALL, DENILIQ^ — ON — TUESDAY EVENING. THE aist INSTANT, AT 7 -3°^ The State Elecftj Deniliquin Elector^ fellow electqrs.-i »»* ^'sh I am a Candidate for tbe bea^ j vacant in this .Electorate, and 1 ^ constant endeavour will be to b«i» #& about such Land Legislation as wiu j ^j to the people of this State, believ'*^ rf the progress and prosperity of » «, upo«j depends upon the producer being J\ I land under tbe most favourable cona' 1 yours f»ithfully,p FAflA|t

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

i BifTP'Q PIANOS AND J iMU ORGANS. A the Material used in the construe \ tion of out Pianos and Organs is f Good, the very best that can A be procured. i'SHl »n4 Slelnway Pianos f -Ul &m tirfnsmead Pianos ( Workmanship ^Zich ££'!! f , ., ^Ecke Pianos1 f ?-.'Z&toL Victor Pianos \ Belling Pianos f and # Estey Organs. m Get our Uafcilog-iu s. Thev are useful guides, \ Eubv Terms arranged. {.UlifiTUtt; V 338 George St., Sydney. | PUBLIC MEETING

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Collapse of a Bridge. A BENDIGO CONTRACTOR KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Collapse of a Bridge. A BENDIGO CONTRACTOR KILLED. A sensational accident, which unfortuna tely terminated fatally in the case of Mr Alfred Edward Boldt, the well-known muni cipal, contractor and wood merchant, of High-street, Bendigo, occured at about half past 4 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, and the efcesipe of a number of others is nothing short of warvellous. Recently contracts were let to Messrs Mnnash and Anderson, reoresenta tives in Australia for the Monier bridges, to erect these bridges over several waterways in various streets. The Oak-street, Golden square, bridge had been completed, and had withstood satisfactorily all the tests applied, and on Tuesday the second one called the King's-bridge, at the lower end of Bridge street, Beadigo, near the Gasworks, was being submitted to a test. Considerable interest was attached to the trial, and the span of the bridge was much greater than the former one, and Messrs J. R. Richardson (Bendigo city surveyor) J. J. Smith (Bendigo c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Opening of the Federal Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Opening oi the Federal Parlia ment. The celebrations in Melbourne last week will not readily be forgotten by the large numbers who were privileged to be present in the city of Melbourne. And Thursday, the 9th day of May, will leave an indelible impression on all the people of the States who have joined hands and welded together an Empire second to none in its freedom and its richness. Yes, the machinery of the Federal Parliament was set in motion by the Duke of Cornwall and York, under a Commission signed by our late beloved Queen and subsequently endorsed by King Edward VII., before the greatest gathering that has ever graced the Exhibition building: Besides their Royal Highnesses there were preseat the Governor-General, the Governors of the States, and representatives from the great countries of the old world, not to mention the 12,000 Australians who had helped to make Australia a glorious nation. So far no work of importance has been done by the new Federal Parliament. It has no...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Terrible Tale of the Sea. STARVING TO DEATH ON A RAFT MURDER AND CANNIBALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 17 May 1901

Terrible Tale of the Sea. STARVING TO DEATH ON A Ti&F^, MURDER AND CANNIBALISM. , About the middle of. last year the sljlp Angola, a Nova Scotia owned vessel, sailed from Newcastle bound for Manila, carrying a cargo of coal for foreign war ships at the Philippines. Taking the outer Torres Straits route, ehe reached £fanila safely, and duly delivered her cargo,! On ,11th October last, having taking in ballast; . the vessel set out tor pingapore, the. captain being unfler instructions to call there lor orders, though it was generally undersfccjod that the ship was returning. to 'Newcastle for another coal cargo. Months passed , without bringing tidings of the Angola,, and her, ^disappearance remained-a mystery until Thursday last week, when news. reached the Sydney under writers that the vessel had crashed on a reef somewhere in the vicinity of the Philippine Islands. It was a sensational affair, as may be imagined when it is seated that of the crew only two survived r-fche- d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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