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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

; ,': '.' TEB BAWQUJBT.. ',?..;.'.'?.'.?? 0-ii SavaySay eyening tha local bvaaok ^aya. a banquet^ ia the Towa HalL; Bro. Darlihgi C-B., presided, and supported ojb his right were the Hoe. !Dr^ Moatagua,'P,0., the Mayor (Mr P. iJane), and the Rev. A. B. J.' Harding'; and on his lef i eat the Eev. E. ^fcNair,-P,H. C.R., and Br; Hosking. Th6» ?wasaiso^aspTendid B^endance' oi repseaaita tive 1 citizens. . ; 'Mte? feie wants of the' 'Inne* man ' had been provided for by Mr Sparrow the usual lbyal toast was drunk. '' The toast ofdthe /evening 4- The I.6.F.' waa ^hen proposed by Mr Darling and ?&PPfi-iejto by -Dr. Montague and the Bev. XL. Mj^M^lr. '; fS S^eyeral other toasts vere proposed and responded to, and a very flaaBant evening terminated after, the company had giing '* Aulii Lang Syne.' ;.'! ; -Hi j; ? a- . ? ?!:??.;..... ......*'.' ' ?.'??? '^A^zb the polittcul Heeting on Wednes day Wehing, a local disciple of Izaak Walton said he would take Mr Eamea fishing with, him when...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Independent Order of Foresters. COMPLIMENTARY COMCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

-T4ie Independent Order of Foresters. COMPLIMENTARY 00M0SBT. On Friday eroning last & oomplimeBiftry concert was given in tha Town Hall by ths members of the Independent Order of Fores ters in honor of the visit oi the Hon. Df Montague, of CMiada, gpec'al envoy ofth* I.O.F. Supreme Court. In ihe bbsenoa of 'the Mayor, Mr J: G. Evans presided, und the following programme was ;;c&e through : — ^Overture, Mrs Goldriok un«l Llias H&m- boe.. - Song, ' Old Cremona,' lit Opldrick. Duot,' Lifa'a dream ic o'su,' Miaes 3. Eoud and Mr W. Eoss. VioJin solo, ' OftVitina,' Mr J. Harrison. Diraiuatiq song, 'JLa* ia w Looking Glass,' Mr Darling. SoD£, ' *i?h»i Garonne,' Mr Lingioj. Soug, ' TLo ^eantf 'Whistler,' Mr Edimmilu. Soug,- ' lo'thib Hush of the Cora, ' Mr L.IIarriaos. Eeci 'tation, ' At the Windlass,' Mr F. ?, ghaw. Character Btm£, ' 7th: 'Boyeil Fasiitept,' M» Darling. Mra Jefferaou, MreGoldiflok, litBa Hatrison and'Migs D: Robh acted as &otona- panists. ''...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Melbourne Markets. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

Melbourne Markets. Wednesday, May 29. Fat Sheep.— 18,500 ; consisting chiefly of of second and useful grades, with an ab sence of prime merinqps. Owing to de mand being solely restricted to local requirements, together with the supply being an indifferent one with regard to quality, the market was inactive, and prices in most instances ruled fully is per head under last rates. Quotations. Prime crossbred wethers made from 17s to i8rf 6d ; extra, 19s to 21s 3d ; good, 13s gd to 165; middling anu interior, from us; prime crossbred ewes, 13s 6d to 15s; extra, 15s gd to 16s 6d ; with exceptionally heavy weights at 18s /j.d ; good, us 6d to 12s gd; middling and inferior, from 8s ; best merino wethers, 15s to 16s 8d ; good, 12s gd to 14s ; middling and inferior, from gs 6d ; with merino ewes, 7s to 10s 6d. Fat Lambs.— 4,660 were penned. The dsmand for best descriptions was fairly sustained, but prices ruled a shade easier, while second and interior were difficult to quit at quotations Pri...

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

DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS Make Rich Red Blood, Rich Red Blood MaKes WeaK People Bright, UctiVe and Strong H /fnasmfa and Lan^our Curecf. i WR Mjss Ada. Richards, of Karabar-str«?et, Auburn, near Sydnev M . Jj£ recently furnished our reporter with the following particular. :— 'Aiwut * i; twelve months ago my strength seemed to fade. I had been fairly strong ^, $?J, before this, but thtn I began to suffer acutely. My blood b c.»nie vry thin ( %',A and poor. I was seized with extreme langour and weakness, and severe ^ ft! attacks, of giddiness, suffering so much from the latter' that 1 ws oiten i t& compelled to sit down that I might recover myself My -appetite d-;s rted * fi|- me, and I could only crawl about the house, rhesepainfn i-ymntomswtre ' JE- accompanied with neuralgia and mi/stseve« pains jr, the chest, and sid^. ' VT) ? ' '' ? My spirits sink is time went onVind-1' . jty. fcsjSlltiB I ' ')^'^-\ A\\ l became most d- prf.s-ed and di-. t f\t '^^^^ 4km '' ^'??';i!i1w| he...

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The State Parliament. MR R. J. EAMES ADDRESSES THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 31 May 1901

The State Parliament. MR R. J. EAMES ADDRESSES THE ELECTORS. On Wednesday evening last Mr R. J. Eames, one of the candidates for the Donili quin electorate in tbe State Parliament, addressed a well-attended meeting at tbe Town Hall. Mr F. Jane (Mayor) occupied the chair, and briefly introduced the speaker. Mr Eames. who was ereeted with applause, said it was with a considerable amount of trepidation that he stood before them to seek their suffrages as a member of the State Parliament for the Beniliquin 'electorate. The trepidation was the natural outcome of a keen sense which underlies the task of contesting this electorate. He recog nised that cne of his greatest crimes was his youth, but a man's life ought to be gauged, not by the length of years he had lived, but by the amount of information he had accumulated in those years. AnotLer cause which mad& him fear was that candi dates had been brought face to face* wL-h a new set of conditions. In past elections candidates had...

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Echoes for the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Echoes for the Week. Mr A. M' Arthur, of Jerilderie, haa defi nitely decided to stand as a candidate for The Murray at the forthcoming State elec tion. The came of Mr T. II. Griffith, who re presents Albury in tba State Parliament, appears in the list of candidates chosen by the Progressive party. lie states that the party has no right to include his name, and lie intends insisting upon its withdrawal. He will adopt an independent attitude, sup porting ?whichever Government introduces the. best measures. Whilst cutting, reeds at the Connewarre Lakes, near Geelong a man named Woods had a miraculous escape from death.. Several men -were on a shooting expedition, and as Mr Woods raised his head above the reeds it was tak'en for a bird. One of the party took aim, %nd Wo.ods received the charge in the back and side of his head, one of the pellets ?going dangerously near the jugular vein. A -mob of 1,030 bullocks was despatched by three special trains from Manilla, in the Tamw.Qrth distri...

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The Federal Capital. VIEWS OF MR. ASHTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

The Federal Capital. VIEWS OF MR. ASHTON.. An important meeting was held at Goul burn last week of the Federal Capita ? Committee for the purpose of discussing the situation and agreeing upon a course of action with regard to the future. Amongst inose present was ivir /\biuou, M.L.A. It was intimated that Mr Conroy, member for. Werriwa, was endeavouring to get a Federal commission to inspect the different sites. . ., Mr A. O. Morjarty strongly urged the claims of Goulburn. ... He said, that Mr Oliver had not seen his way to take. one. word of evidence against places named. Tlie alleged difficulty regarding the. water supply was a pure fad; Mr Blo.nfield had said that by dams an , ample supply for-a population of 70,000 could be- provided.. He vigorously opposed the idea of erect-' ing the city on virgin soil. He advanced a number of reasons why the' clainis of Goulburn 'should be carefully weighed, and suggested that '.the'., committee memo rialise both the Federal and State Parlia ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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The War. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

The War. In its commentson the Imperial Budget, the .' Spectator' writes :— ♦?Sir Michael Hick-Beach, we think, laid rather too much stress upon the cost of the warbeing doubleihatof the Crimean war.; mac is, oi course, true it the bare figures are compared, but the comparison is hardly a sound one. The army in peace time -now costs infinitely more than did the army in the' years just before the Crimea. The same is true of all civil expenditure, for the pound sterling in those days went in every case a great deal further than ft does now. Again, the country is far more populous and far richer, and so much better able to bear the expenditure. Lastly, in our opinion, at any rate, the Crimean War was a per fectly gratuitous piece. of folly, waged with no real aim. and capable of produc ing no good .results for the empire. It was, in fact, a pure waste of blood and treasure. The .present yvar, on the other hand, is inithe final resort of war waged for, the maintenance of the empire in S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Kj^NOE OF BUSINESS. I public Announcement. I A. RoWE ?,vkss in End Street, carried on for t;o many H.V ilr E S Holt, andlio|iesby civility and BSentiou to' business to merit a coutiuuance Kbiic patronage. ? ' tSsoiT^ Douglas Huvc added a well assorted consignment fcf '; ?*©ekei*y & -Glass ? Wat*© ..;;/? v ;: ^L,- lave stock of Grocery and Ironmongery ^El while thanking the public of Deniliquin ^Bml district for their support during the -last ^Kvelve months, trust by the. excellent quality Himllow prices of »1I their goods to merit a ^?oDlinuancu of the same in future. ^B NOTE THE ADDRESS ':? . ? . ?)BERTSON & DOUGLAS, ^B NAPIER, STREET, DEKILIQUO. ?^BBLLABOfJG HOTEL H CONARGO. I '; ~~~ '? '???'?'?''?? H ' ?? . .;.?:.-. ' ^^KS pleasure in bringing under the notice of the.. ^?h'esiileni.s of' Conau&o and ?? District ^^?Iso -M-.e Travelling PbBLic that he has ^Hfa lease of the .above well-known. Motel from ^^?U-;-_'e;s. und trusts by, keeping only the .aery ^^Br...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

; ?? ? ? -j^^^m I Sm Samuel Gillott, ,li:Ube%^M in as Attorney-General m * ,^^H MiniBtiy at Tuesday's meeting H ecutive. Council.. ^^M

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The Public School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

The Public School Picnic; : Picnic held in Jubilee Park was largely, A Spi The day was all that could be desi-d V anouLg, and shortjy after. alfrjast nine tne swwu» ».»..— — ? formedln line, and, headed by . the Town Band marched to the Park. Oa arrival, SiyiSe taken in hand by a committee of ladies and gentlemen, and all kinds of oon satSed the wants of the little ones Sfwitiiin anhourandahalf^s^ma^i; that 500 youngsters were catered tot. Sports we/e again resorted tp and kept up until five o^clock, when the children were called -together, and ,in response to Mr Langley three hearty . ciieers were exven for the ladies, and another ;fbr the jand. The National Anthem, was. sung, and a move made homewards. Great. turn a '' ,. ? _,,j Vvorvtipii-ifan credit is due to tue lauica :*iiu..6y»»-:— --. who inaugurated the picnic, and ^rtjeu larly to Mesdames Lloyd, Fox, Grffin, G Heriot, Jane, and Messrs Lloyd, Wysei Frearson, lane, Griffin, Heriot, Tatter sail Islip, Sunderland, Ttantum, Isa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

? ^» Gruesome H ImagmationaB A. Dis^rderecjH Tho Caso of ^^^B Mr. J. Hi. PALMER ^B (For the Leichhardt Standm.) ^B One of Ahe.most astonishing case- nf ;^bB covery from a serioua illness of W ., *^H ing was investigated by a renorfr..? SUri|l-^^B odL in oraer fhat ^alj &&*? notice of our readers a pniLiiciiV ,,'1 e^I^B of tiie phenomenal success whirh't ''ll:n'^^B branch of medical science lias ac'-:c-eii'''»3:°«^IB evidence has been given by .\ir'ini..','V!f^^H Palmer, residing at No. l«0 Ail,' ', ^ ^H Leichhardt, who narrated his 6x^3 ^H tho following manner :— lul'-.sa^^™ .'Fifteen years of my r,f0 M-,r, ,A^H miserablo through contiiiii,Jll? ],;:.;'v^^H pains in my head, and similar pri,.!;;:^^^B intense pain- often attacked n-vX'.'ri^^M organs. The torture was somct ^ , ,','' ^^H that 1 uaeu to feel inclined ta hi'i^^a^B brains'out. I often thonsht my a,^1|^^H faculties were becoming woal;, as } H '.' i^^^b not settle my mind- suiiiaiently todo^^HK clerical work....

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How the Cross is Won. A SOLDIER'S NARRATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

How the Cross is Won. A SOLDIER'S NARRATIVE. Lance-corporalLedgerwood, son of Mr R. Ledgerwoodj of IiarwonDowns, Colac, (Vic), writing from Aberdeen-road, Cape Colony, in reterence to the incident for which Sergeant Sandford, of the Imperial Bushmen, was recommended . by Colonel Hennicker for the Victoria Cross, and himself for the distinguished conduct medal, says :— ' We were a scouting party of 4* and found the enemy.ibm rhnntrht thev were British, as they were all dressed in khaki, and numbered about 250. We advanced in extended order to make sure if they were Boers, and when we got within 300 yards of them, and put our glasses on theio, we cbujd see quite plainly that they were Boers. That was enough. We lay down bn our horses and set sail for the niain body. Then how did their Maqser-! -speak I \Ehe ;-buliets tell thick and fast around us, but, wonderful to relate, we did not get hit^. Sullivan's horse, however, was shot :\vhen at the gallop. Sandford and .1 p.ulled up and rnH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

i Bi tffl|WI PIANOS AND j i mm® organs. A The Material used in the construe \ lion of our Pianos and Organs is f ' Good, the verjy best, that can A be procuredi \ an and fflfisisiz: ;! Muty Kb*'- sbs \ Areoisiu- I.Ecke . - Pianos I' wen in our victor Pianos A - Belling; Pianos \ and 0 I Estey Organs. A Get our.Oatnldffues, Thee are useful guides. A \ Easy Terms arranged. T ^ 330 George St., Sydney. \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

: Forge. H G. LANQSHAH DESIRES to intimate to the reside,,,, ,H quin and surround ins diBiri« JM opened as above in the back uorti.,n r.;.4 ^H of the Riverine Saddlery Emporium , l^M trict attention to business to merit a f '^H support. uittii^H Air kinds of Buggies and Wafl rcpaireJ. ^U Horseshoeing: and General Blacksi^l ing by a Competent Tradesm^B CHARGES MODERAlH ? A. TRIAL;,SOLICITED,H ; WANTED. ^M ,;,-2,006: PELTS 2,OoH SADDLER, Src. DESiLIQClX, ^^B (jives the Highest Cash Pricei^H Kinds of Ftm-ed Skins. ^H : ; Hides., from _'d m Htd per lh. ^^H Sheepskins, from -Id idfJilp^^^B Horseiuiir. He».-.s\V!ix. and a!! kiukuIisl^^H ? — '. ? — = ? ^^^H A. J. WHITEL0» THE RELIABLE TAiML^Bi J/.UST !:ni!fd. a Lm' and w\a\ ['n'^^H_ ' nawe-t ilo-ii.u!K in .'.i-itiiiini ;anri\'i^^HK~ ..i-iuiiriM-n},'.-: K'^lisii. iiisl.. s-n.i ^»^^B| A'orsial .(ViiitiU'^ im.t 'Iitiimi il- :e^^H| ?Vartcy. ' We ??liiLriiiiu-i:' ;i l^M.n rii.ti^^^Bl ir.^c.^ble Viil-.ie. I'i.i; M«»-i'!-y l^i^^H prises ali the l...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Accidentally Drowned. — On Tuescay iftemoon, last week, a lad named Williim Ibirrison, working at Coree Station, was ac cidentally drowned in the Billabong Creek, iiear the homestead. Prom the evidc nee: adduced.it appears the boy, 13 years of agefc went down through the garden about 4 o'clock in uhe afternoon, towards where 'he boat was lying. On his way he' told the Chinese' gardener that be was going -uc on the creek in the- boat. Not returning, he was missed about half past six, and 00 a search being made the boat was found in the creek upside down. The boy's hat was found in the creek near the bank. The police 'were telephoned for, and the following nx ruing Sergeant Curry and Constable Thompson went down and commenced dragging. Mean while a station employee named Seide. was diving about in the vicinity where the b; dy was supposed to be and he eventually fo- cd ii and brought it to land. The deceased ! ad only been on the station since March last. He was brought by Mrs M'Caugh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

K^T— — — ' ? ?jOHN ADftMn Kconist, Newspaper&News Agent ?fieb street, deniliquin. Br n»h-rac Sunday Times, Arrow, Sporting ? ' f , rfuth Wfflker, Hawklet, Deniliquin ?^ Windsor Magazine, Harasworths K' Cpko ialtagazine. Cassell's New Penny K.ine' oSrin- Cross Magazine, Casscll's ?!!/IourS, Australian Journal, Australian B ourm 'l Weldon'B Monthly, Leach's Dress ? Se Smoke, Union Jack. Detective Tales, Bi nlnnd Sea, Boys1 First Kate Library, K iS« I bS Hearts Ease Library, True ?« ' ibraiy Illustrated Bits, Sketchy Bits, K VI v Sloper, Scraps, Snap Shots, Answers H^ Weekly Cigarette, Photo Bits, Illustrated R$te Boys' Up-to-Date Novelette, AldineH. ?J Kristiau Herald, Christian Budget, Police B 'World's Comic. Comic Cuts, Comic Life, B' fie, Illustrated Cliips, Pick-Me-Up, ? Snare Moments, Nuggets, Funny Wondcs, ^HC Life Home Chat, Horner's Stones, ^K Siories, Home Stories, Golden Stories. ^B Herald Supplement, Scottish Nights, ^Bc princess. Family, Fireside, and Ladies 'Own ...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Cfrurdi Services.. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. First Suhi 'ay after Trinity — Deniliquin, morning and evening. Brassi— Morning. Ven. Archdeacon HcJt PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Mathoura— Evening. Deniliquin — Morning. Rev; Robert Welsh. WESLEYAN CHURCH. Bemliquini— Mbrniiing.;. Mr R. FawceW .. Deniliquin — Rvening. Hartwooil — Morning.. IMngjUibigil — Mityaioon. Rev. A. S..J. Ffcmlii g.

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State Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

State Elections. When the Federal' Parliament was created, it was, a recognised fact, throughout the country electorates at all events, that the fiscal question was as dead as the proverbial door-nail so far as it concerned State politics. We are one that shared that opinion, but a far different order of things prevails in Sydney. The people in that quarter are endeavouring to enkindle the spark of fiscal ism, and to have the forthcoming State elections fought out on that issue. To the electors of Deniliquin we say with all since rity that the fiscal question is dead. It was made tie dominant feature at the Federal elections, as it should have been ; but the State Government now have graver respon sibilitieaon the:r shoulders. Whoever; is in power — whether it be ;be See or Lee party — the country will demand more progressive legislation in the future than it has been blessed with in the past. Coming nearer home Deniliquin is in an unenviable position. So far eight candidates have a...

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Deniliquin Local Land Board. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5. [Before Mr F. A. Trollope Chairman and Mr D. Tennant and Mr C. B. Opitz. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Deniliquin Local Land Board. Wednesday, June 5, 1901./ [Before Mr F. A. Trollope Chairman , and Mr D. Tennant and Mr C. B. Opitz. This Board commenced its'sittings here on Wednesday, when the- following cases were dealt with : — John Gerrand, additional area. Ap praisement of improvements. Improve ments assessed at £30 19s gd. _ John Holschier, 48o£a. Application for remission of value of improvementF. Granted. Improvements valued at £y 10s. Elizabeth Preston, 9681a. Inquiry as; to value of improvements. Improvements assessed at £67 10s. E. G. Casley, additional: area. DittOi. Adjourned. George Evans, 122 Ja. Inquiry as to fulfilment of conditions. Conditions ful filled. Mary J. Carr, 500a. Application to* cease living there. Application granted for three months.

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