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Population of Australasia. INCREASE IN TEN YEARS, 740,756. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

Population of Australasia. INCREASE IN TEN YEARS, 740,756. 1 I'SovS'^hsfateisshownas! folloW6:'' ,891. i«. hj-jjs ft. sort lW* i.Jg«J. ''glsa ,os,i« Boat* AMlrato. »»fi- fulm 13S,ni T01.1 . - *«**» ??k°'651 mr\ second, with an increase of 146,781, Tasmania m tne oruci u«x».w«. — ? -^^»

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presentation to Dr. E. A. Graham. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

Presentation to Dr. E. A. ' Graham. At the Town Hall on Thursday even ing last week Dr. E. A. Graham, one of the medical officers connected with the local branch of the Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows was presented with a handsome Jiquer stand on behalf of the members of the Order. The presentation was made by Bro. A. Jameson, who said he had a very pleasing duty to perform on behalf of the members of the Lodge, and in which all the breth ren had joined heartily in raising a small fund to make a presentation to Dr. E. A. Graham in commemoration of his mar-, riage. When Dr. Graham announced that he was about to take a partner in life, it was felt that the Oddtellows should show practical proof of their feelings to wards him after his five years' service as a medical officer of the Lodge, and the handsome liquor stand before them was evidence of his popularity amongst the brethren. During his term of office not one word of complaint had been lodged — (ap- plause) — an...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Jerilderie-Deniliquin Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

Jerilderie-Deniliquin Railway. I «Bf week a deputation consisting of Messrs mmmm 7arm,rs residing along or near the proposed su - veyed route : — i ' The Hon. the Minister for Public Works. bsssessss the following resisons : - . ^ 1 Thecountry comprised in the district mentioned UK, the railway between Jerilderie and ;U«»lu -Juin- , -. \ 2. The important towns, Denil.quin «'-JJ« «™J- way sybtetu of the Colony. 3 It would trap the finest re-l gum forest^in the world nn.1 thus Tnuterially lessen the cost of con unction of railways generally ; tb» great asset ,s now practically lost to the State. 4. It wonUHgreatlyrifnciltate the '»;em^ ° stock ; fat stock to the Sydney market and, dur.n^ neriods of droutiht. starving stock to or fro as ina- Kecessarv^nd thereby preventing great nation.l loss. 5 Your petitioners are confident that this lino I ,in payimm the start, as. in addition .0 he .large ioeaUraffic that may be expected es pecally by the increased development and production that w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

ktii H Public Announcement. ^hll A. ROWE. ^?v-KSS in End Street, carried on for ea many . ^M): Mr B 8. Holt, *nd hopes by civi ity and rir?Tl^BSiti«to businesBto merits contmuance NcRtoi^, u^Riic patronage. ? - 'Mbertson & Douglas quite coim^^B ' ? . . , c«taffi viut^^H o added a well assorted consignment of ?.ockery & Glass r farfillBdrfistric1 for their 8UPp,°rt dB™8 the ?(8t tr' 'm S^Belve months, trust by the excellent quality »,'^££.Kdlow prices of all their goods to merit a nlcmEb^Halinaance of the same m future. ge I founi ib^^H ? ? wilhae. fJt^^H n0TE THE ADDRESS : ^{?bERTSON & DOUGLAS, : ». 'I '^(oitct^H NAPIER STREET, DENILIQUIN. 1 WrvS t COBUj^^^H ? ? ;'teth!^H CONARGO. ?A [WES WHITE, \W- lyMucu^^Hc pleasure in bringing under the notice of the . v K')i:;:\ii;4i^^K.esj(jenrs of Conaego and DiSTfciCT fill an im^!i^^^Bs0 ti,e tbavem.ing Public that he has tn.Ul.ie, :^l^^HL lease of the above well-known Hotel from ..-it vwiwi^^^fc,,^ s, apd trusts by k...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

Blacksmith and Shoei^B -5 Forge. mtc C. LANGSHAW' DESIRES to intimate to the reBidcnU'ota^^V0^., quin aiid surrounding district, that b^HJn opened as above in tlie back portiun of theti^^R, -i of the Riverine Saddlery Emporium, and tn^B« n I trict attention to business to merit a fait thn^^H dn support. ^?£eJ- ? ? ^Her B All kinds of Buggies and Wa{|^K,aL repaired. ^Bf ? ?'? ' — : — ^Hr£ocv Horseshoeing and General Bladu^Hf^ ing by a C.mpetent Tradeai^H^ CHARGES MODERAlK' ; A TRIAL SOLICITED. H ~~~ WANTED.~^B- \ ??'??? ? ?? ? — HV I 2,000 PELTS 2,O00Hn. H-i— JONeV SADDLER, &c, DENIUQDLV, ^B1^ Qives the Highest Cash Price ioi^V;1 Kinds of Fu^ed Skins. ^K ' ' Hides, from 2d to S^d per lb. ^K1 Sheepskins, from 4ii to 6ilpeill^^^B., ; - Rorsebmr. Beeswax, and all Kinds of Smli^^B^ IaTj. whiteloM THE RELIABLE TAILOR ^B ' ? ^Bc' JU ST ituuli'd a larae unrt vatiwl assi^^H newest .le^i-n-: in Aiituiun and Wiils^^H ComiiriKiiiK : EnjilM.. Iririi, and M4I^H . ? Wonted -;-.ni.n^ and. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

Creeps on Likt ^ -H Thief in the ETightB The Caitt oV ^^H _ We directed a report sr to xn& nc*» U.^H l- Villas, Erskinoville-rKd, K«to^ J^B,li ?;ftf;uu soiiie facts about her ku, Eickiui^^^B-- '-t.f''. -?.»'.-« Ix.-en informed that Tootr^^Bl . . .-'y iiidihpcsed, and mado b tuiprii^^^Bl - .V our information Traa quite corrui^^H ?,vr-.Vi-*hc repTy. ' I am uacertaa vhi^^^H ui .*? '-'h\ix.i my illnesB to tha eiftertDa^^^R' ?? ...i?--aiiK,'.i and English clim&tw ^^H. ?.'.. ..-.irlt was brought uhoui t'urirWt^^Hlj .-.i .tc n.iij.l;.-at.ion' to buii^tas, ktlj^^H \so\\, 'c nii-.-.neil wcr« re.T.onslbhf^^H ^.?.??.'..:-.-v.:'A i5iyheah}i. My coivfpiabt cq^^H *i].;^s iti li'e night: }ith.;o I ectc(l|-|^^^Bit reii'.iy ill' i noticed my tkiii getting fc^^Hid b-.k! rlia colour lenvinj; my facn. Wtnt^^^VQ arrival frvm the eld couiitiy I \ra; njJ^^^Bcc |;ro-.id cf my r--sy complesion, tndVii;l(a^^^p-l ' ir. \v;i«, 'tc s?.y the least, unwelcome. th^^^Bn ailcr 'noticing trliis change...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

HoHN AD&m IbtccoHlst, fiewspmperA News Agen* Lapibb «tbebt, deniliquin. IirTE Referee, Sunday 'Tiwes, Arrow, Sporting f JUS Tru«., Worker, HawKlet, DeMIiquin luecudent, Wiadeor Magaajne, Hannswortli'8 EtfL Pictorial Magraine, Casse! 6 -New Peany Brine' CLaring Orose MegaJroe, Cassell's Brdar ' Journal, . Australian Journal, ,/uistralian Ee Journal, Weidon's Monthly, Leach's Drees Er B'ttlo Smoke, Union Jack, Detective Tales, K ? Und and Se&, Boya' Firefc Bate - Library, Klo Bill's Library, Beards Base Library, True. ?e War Library, Illustrated Bits. Sketchy Bits, ?Hits Ally Sloper, Scraps, Saap' Shots, Answers, Kjon's Weekly, Cigarette, Photo Bits, Illustrated Bo-Date, Boys' Up-to-Date Novelette, Alctae Hi ?day Christian Herald. Christian Budget, Police B-et World's Comic, Comic Cuts, Comic Life, Ked Comic,' Illustrated' Chips, Pick-Me-Up, Bp ?'?'''''?'-' Moments, Nuggets, Funny Wondcs, Ban's' Lifu, Home tihafc, Horaeris Stories, B'r's Tories, . Home Stories, Goldea ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

£ Gtodc «4J idm&i m Maitcii ? g Snrtretoeata, afafl ha;r« an © S unmeBM »b4ck of '_, ' « * OTIiSB«TWi»ttyniBC ??? ? ^ iA ckeiv Ihii of iwintk, muH 2 9 ccnirtipply at th« very lowest O '-J prioecandontlfcievafyoftrieut » I tenoa.' ?' *? ?' ' ?' ?' : ? -. . O ' . * InUpectiftn liwfted. GatalogtldB free. » '. ] EST^tPAWS. '? § - '?}. Over SiH-,0(W h*w o^n sold dnr- ? : , the last h«lf -century. Aoknow- « ^ . J led^d .by ali ^ood judges to be _ o . ♦ Tihe best and cheapest. 'Pir^pe, g : 'J from £7. ? iwJ.PAUNG&G0.9LTD.; | 3S8 CE0«GE 8T., SYDNEY. I

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The Farmers' and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

The Farmers' aisd S^ttler$$ - ? ? ?? ? Association. . . ? As ;i«gortii ia out last issue, the local branch ot the Farmers' and Settlers' Assodl atioa Jiaye deferred the selectipn of a candi date to: the forthcoming £tate election uniil t%e- various contestants hav^ been. Leai-d from the hustings. Fol* this small mercy tha.thftuks ot those -iivho were absent froza the aioating is duo to Messrs B. . Wi Holmes and J. forward. Theinotioa waa ih* .outcome, of a. letter from '!'Mr H. M. .Holmes euggecting .' thai the. Association ahould select a candidate. . The, President (Mr Geo. Evansj at once seized the oppor tunity of putting forth the. claims of Mr Sanies, Secretary .of . the iussociatioii. ' Ii was a' golden opportunity* thought Mr Evan's, to foist' the olainie of that gentleman en a meeting which did not represent mom than 6,000 acres in the elestorate, and he did so' accordingly. The motion had been moved and seconded, anu was about to be put when Mr ,atW. Holmes said he thought,...

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Mr Ashton on the Land Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

Iir A»htoa »fi the L&wd Question. ^suitable for P-fcorri -** -B bfc for postonil [?] whprp land was available lor settieuic^^, »'- ? Sio? L»r»^ «here\o«!to»electto te«j» chraoo of success c» «= «S!imilt™l tails, »»d U» ! 'w «ter.-!«ti-tb As an act of justice or consideraUon i Si he. ,,«,tn»l tcaaiit* of interior Crown ^d it^as ! rfaht t,« tbc men who up to the present haa held, ? r °e irferiov lani should h*Ye more coDsi.lttttion !-ia^ 1 lie nan *ttiO n»a neiu tuc uc=«- «w,v.. — loki'JS »t th« cuestion from the most important noint of view-the standpoint «£ th. general com EX. i -*i t»* genenv. publ.c interest. ^? pohcy 0? ui;« country shanli! be to consolidate land fceitle meati.»f«w i yowible, and aroU the aisiake ot ,h» p.i«. which hiul had the result of seaitenng the nma i men aii over the face of the country, ormsmj; -axjut a i-ofciition -jI ufJesinible anta^oniBB btetween ? vo e- - -ses W .-ii ivgarVl to the western -laiwls, he I Vk= ft'iiember of tne Boyal Cotnuii^ios...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

M * mouvnk Toothache NevrAlgta InOaenaa, Ae. ' jterwr bcwltbowt It,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

I °r |ALLBE «*?»». fcsotoreLY perfect W Art: for It* I ? -— %

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Birthday Racing Club. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

? ~ - — - — ' ? Birthday Raping Club. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. Office-Bearers -.—President— Mr C. F. I-e Fraga. Vice-Presidents— Messrs J. Geraghty and H. V. Jones. Special Stewards-Messrs P. Fleming, A G Johnson and W. King. J»df?-M' ^ \V. Mann. Starter-Mr C. C. McCul loch. Timekeeper— Mr H. L. Jones. Clerk of the Course-Mr W. Morran Clerk of Scales-Messrs P. Fleming and M. J. Maher. Number Clerk-Mr P W Maher. Saddle Cloth Steward —Mr']. Murphy. Hon. Treasurer Mr W. Kinff. Hon. Secretary-Mr A. T. Jones. The anniversary meeting of the Birth day Racing Club, which was held on Friday last, was absolutely the best yet held since the Club's inauguration No better day could have been obtained, the air being invigorating, and u a conse wfnning day. The various officials of the Club are to be complimented on the manner in which the meeting was carried out. In the absence of Mr Ceo. nenoi, who had been suddenly called to Melbourne W attend the funeral of Mr Tiios .Dear , a good substitute was f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

Hotei Tattersall's, Deniliquir ic. F. DE FRAG4 hEGS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete th every comfort p and convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilate ?, and the Accom Edaton first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining ID BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER. ?The Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class I Groom constantly kept in attendance. COOD GRASS PADDOCKS; LOOSE BOXES. AND 1ARDS. Icial attention given to Lfivepy, Bait & LettOmig I Single and Double .Harhess^Hcrses^ Buggies, Gigs, etc., and Ladies' I and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always on Hire at shortest I notice, and at reasonable rate. ?I Coaches for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from Tattersall's. I.F.D. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ? Usher's Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty. I ' ?'?''? I FIRSTCLAS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. I ? C. F. De FRAG A* Proprietor. IjR^Y...

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Deniliquin Gun Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

Deniliquin Qon Club. ''he members of the above Club had a j splendid day for their ' Ladies Day ' ahoot i on Saturday laai. Shooting commenced as 12 o'clock with & 5s sweepstakes, toe winner I turning up in R. H. Turnbull, W. A. Mac 1 kayana W. McCulloch, junr. dividing seconfl money. An adjournment v&c Laea made I for lunch, after which the handsome trcph.es presented i-y Msssrs rx. uiuju ^ ^. -. , Parker,, and E. L. Wilkinson ana F. A., Rout -were shot for. Tventy-s^ entr.es; we-e received, and the troohies vere ;or tuo ; bo-it of rive birds. All the shooters graaat j their ilrst birds with the ascepUon of MessK ! Webb ana Bailliere, but m the end of t&3 j fouria round only 14 shooters ha-: killed All : their birds. D. Eyan was the first to kill | his ufth;bird, and F. Sparrow missed, &u-l i fi.i, tlia end of the round only seven scooters v/ere left in, viz., D. liyac, P. DeveraU, (r. j Middieiniss, R. W. McLaurm, B. H. Turn bull, G. Leetham, and W....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

MAGISTERIAL INQUIEt. j quiry iras -aeM at the Gotwt House before £Cr (Mr F. W. Garstang - touching O-A£«tit ot Henry Georgo Pollard, Tfheu she ^oUowiQg evidence was taken :— William Bclitho Pollard, deposed: ion the 'father' of Henry George Pollard, the deceased. I IejbS. eaw fan .before he went away on Wednesday afternoon at about h&L- - put two. Ee vaa then in charge of a V waggoa and sou* horses, and was perfec Jy ££Sde of driving the team. . -Ha knew ufong *bout the accident, and nest saw the ceased si font o'clock. He was then Benaible bu* seemed to be in gre&t pain. William Stringer deposed: I knew the deceased. I was with him on Wednesday atttfbon, going from DenUiquin to Wanga neUa with.i Wed waggon and four horses. We kft DenffifluTh between turee ana iour. When ve had passed Morran'o Sports mar's Arms Hotel the deceased was partly oft&g on the, load with his -feet on, -a rLk whioh was tied with a rope I was | Bitting on top of the load and saw him M...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

KTT«iwt wonderful woman ri» the lTh0 ?L mother 'is the description ► Tt fi '52 by the King of the iis tftXtte, who was SGonfce ?SaSl TheBaronessBurdydeserves idlc&n. In the year oi Queen Vic K Ssion she became posssessed of KS3 Bincethen itte estimated K£ta million of Shis forto has 1 tint in charity. Two private jrccre ? ?!o keDtbusy by the baroness, who K^dteXrofthem. StOlfeesh R, mind are the adventures she and K Dickens bad together in the East ?of London. , ' .' ?

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Death of Mr Maurice Parker [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

Death of MrJtorJrTp^J Old Deciliquinites will regret t« -? that Mr Maurice Parker dkft tJ-H Sunday morning last. It was boffj!_B many friends here that he had been b 9 ing health for a long time past buU-H not anticipated that the end Avas L i]__| The funeral took place on Mondav IlM-I number of Hay citizens following' tt,!__-l mains of the deceased to the place of^^B ment, the Wesleyan portion of theU-i eemetary. The 'Hay Grazier' lS following particulars of the deceased gJafl man : — Pis^M Mr Maurice Jones Parker was a nativeH Wales, to which part of the United Kjd4_H ho retained a warm affection to the°g__i He camo to this country in the early fi^__| and became associated with the late Mrj9^_H Wagner, of Messrs Eobertscn, ^WiflH Co., very soon after he landed'. Allhjjj^H in Australia was spent in the carrvioo^^B coaching business. Mr Parker was oie^H the oldest employees of Messrs BobettsM^I Wagner and Co., better known as Cobb^__j Go. The earliest record we know ol^^| career is ...

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Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

Fatal Accident. On Wednesday afternoon last a terrible fatality happened at North Deailiquiato Henry Pollard, second sen of *Ir W. b. Pollavd, of Crcssy-street. On that after noon the deceased was driving a team ot four horses, which vere attached to a waggon ladtn with goods fat Wanganel.a I Estate. Oh reaching the Sportsman s I Arms Hotel deceased had a dnni, and ; ,^r^A nn his icurnev shortly afterwards, but had oaly proceeded about :oo - yaras t whef he was seen by * lad named W^am j Striager, who was accompanying htm, to , ? fall Iromthe waggon. Mr Mcrraa was , - sooa attracted to the spot by the cue, of deceased, who explained that a piece of Kd gum which he was standing upon had tno£a and percipitatedhirn to «« 8^£ , He also said that both wheels had passe- , over'him. Mr Morran lost no t:rne = ?' mraicg him to. his home, and, uotvn^ . ?* standing that he must have bee, in greaj pain, conversed freely, the only complaint froV hin being that he could not see. S^ washed in and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

KjOHH S.EWIS ^B will ?)RESS THE ELECTORS ^B — AT — ?barham, ^B _ ON — ? turday rai H ALSO ?t MOULAMEl N, ^H _ on — HjESDAY, 42h ^c5Wc. H FOR SALE. ^He SHORTHORN BULL, 2 years old, good ^^?lilkinx strain. For particulars, apply — ^^m of this Papeb. B~TmPOUNDINGS. ^^?UNDED at Ueniliquin on the 28th day of ^^Kr. 191)1, from South Common by P. BayliBB, ^^?Rtii) IltilFEK branded S off rump. ^^^R released will iiesold at this Pound at noon, ^^Bda.v of June, 190i. ^H . E. GALL, ^^H Poundkeeper. ^Hndent Order of Foresters' Life ^H Insurance Society. .^^^HANCH of the above Society has been ^^Kiacila DENLLlQUINand meets on the ^^H) TL'E8I)AV ineacii month at the Masonic [^^^?^y-trcet. The 1.0. F., in addition to its ^^^M functions, provides, at ,? ^^B T Li E MSiW UM COST ^B)UCY OP INSURANCE '^^^B penury in old age and total and perma N^^^Bisabilitj. Its members now number gj^^B 190,000. ^HlRPLUS FUNDS, £920,000. ia^^Vts already established in Victoria. Full t^^Hs & the working of the ...

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