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

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Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

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Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

£enlliquin Municipal Council. . . The orainary fortnightly nieetinR of the above *' flouncil was Held on Tuesday evenmslast at the Council Chamber*, the Mayor (Alderra.m P. : - Jane) occupied Ifae choir, Hnd there were a so priieut Aldermen Jones, KiUy, J. «. kvans. l'errm, G. Evens, Taj lor, Jefferson and Lntchford. CORBKSPONDESCE. . Letter* wre-rcad :-To the Minister for Works iiviti^s him to visit Uenili-iuin after be had vis ted Finley . and licrrigan. To A. Rentoul granting him an extension ^f leave asked for. To Citiacns Life Assurance Company re loan. To Principal Under secretary asking that the 17th and 19th Julv -be ? -i.roclaimed public holidays. To G. Clark notil} ing -him that the Council had accepted Ins terras tor ??'?'iewehinu sections. To U. 11. Man a ask mg him whether he would extend his loan winch falls due in October next. To Superintendent of Roads re the expenditure of Government grant. '.' From the Minister of Works regretting that lie , -i could not spare the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Hotel TattersaSl's, Demliquira. C, F. DE FRAG A »)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 ?odaton first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dinrag I .*A . ? ? ' ' mv BATH ROOMS (Ladies'. and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATEK ^B * ?? ???? ? V ? t ? ' I Tiif Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class ? Groom constantly kept in attendance. ?GOOD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND 1ARDS. ? ~ — x- - . ?ecial attention given to Livery, Bait & 1 Letting M Single and Double Harness^Hbrses, 'Briggies, GigsJ' etc., 'aha XacKes* '^ I and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always on Hire at shortest ? notice, and at reasonable rate. Bil Coaches for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from Tattersall's. B.F.D. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. B Usher's Special Reserve and Watson's *.** Whiskies a Specialty. ? FIRST-CLAS BILLIARD TAB...

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Federal Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Federal Parliament. . In the House of Representatives on Wednesday Mr M'Coll (V.) moved that ,Mr Chanter (N..S.W.) be appointed Chairman, of. Committees. (Hear, hear). He was confident that that gentleman wouiu, 11 ajjpumieu 10 we cnair, carry out the duties to the satisfaction of the House. The hon. member had had 16 years' experience in the Legislative ?Assembly of New South Wales, and was well accustomed to the forms of Parlia ment,, having occasionally acted as deputy Chairman of Committees of that Cti amber. Sir J:. Langdbn Bonython (S.A.) seconded the motion, feeling- certain; that Mr Chanter would fill the office with dignity, and dis charge the duties to the satisfaction of the House. : Mr Watson (N.S.W.) asked if the appoint ment was to be for the session, or for the duration oi the Parliament. Mr Barton, said that he had intended ask ing Mr McColl to alter his motion, limiting the appointment of a successor. He would, however, now that he was on his feet, move that the wor...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND DAY. Thursday, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

SECOND DAY. Thursday, June 6. Httcdle Race. Two, miles— Moroney, 9,10, 1. Flying. Handicap. Half-mile — Malacca, 9.0, !.. Guand Annual Steeplechase. Two miles and three furlongs — Freedom, 9.10, 1. Winter Handicap. One mile — Hat\Kood, 7.6, 1. Weltjsk Handicap. Six furlongs — linpati, 8.2, 1. ?

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Hospital Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Hospital Committee Meeting. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Committee of the 'above was held at the School of Arts last evening. Mr E. B. Cotton (President) occupied the chair, and there were also present Messrs Glyde, Jefferson, Lloyd, Shaw, Laman, Tennant, Carew, J. G. Evans, Geraghty, and Kelly. The minutes of the previous meeting were read aad confirmed. Reports. The matron reported that everything was progressing satisfactorily, and the internal condition of the Hospital was as follows : — Remaining from April,. 15 ; admitted during May, i5 ; dis oharged, 11; died, 2; remaining, May 31st, 17: treated during month— indoor patients, 30 ; out-door, 19 ;: attendances, 36. The following donations had been received during the month : — Sydney Mail, Mrs. Laman ; Magazines, Mrs Wyse;, illustrated papers, Mrs Young and Mr Claxton ; flowers, Hospital Mis sion,, and Wesleyan Flower Mission; Magazines,. Messrs Fox and Bicknell ; pair of Crutches, Mr John Adam. The Treasurer reported th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

? StatiTElection. L. pTfagan ?dEESS THE ELECTORS as Follow— HjQUIN, Monday, June 10. ?lOURA, Tuesday, June 11. Bla, Wednesday, June 12. Bal and Agricultural ?ciety of Deniliquin. ? ANNUAL SHOW. ?SDAY and FRIDAY, Hly 18 & 19* 1901. KlE5 CLOSE, SATURDAY, H 6th JULY. ^Kts and Entry Forms posted to any ^^Application to — ^M LOUIS HARBISON. ^^B Secretary. ^H&ONT BOOMS, Furnished, with use of ^^Bea. Apply— Mas. Paekee, George HtNOWLhDGMENT. ^HilRS. W. B. POLLARD and FAMILY ^^Be f0 return sincere thanks to 4|ieii: ^^^?friemls for their kind expressions of' ^^Bje'tm of Condolence, Telegrams, ' ami ^Hhis during their sad and sudden bereave Bte Parliament ?FARMERS and SETTLERS, ?ELECTORS of the Deni ^H liquin Electorate. ^^Hxperience of 22 years in this district as ^^^?ld Farmer, and having survived thepa6t ^^Hdrought, standing side by side with my ^^Kors, and knowing the requirements ^^B the Settlers' welfare, I beg to offer ^^?ANDIDATK for your suf&age. I -shall ^H, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bendigo-Races. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Bendigo. Races. FIRST DAY. The winter meetiug of the Bendigo Jockey Club was commenced on Wednesday, and, although the racing was interesting, the attendance was not large on account of the inclement weather. Frank Glennon's luck at this meeting still sticks to him. Juaet year he won the Grand Annual Hurdle Race on Goldfinder, and on Wednesday steered the Deniliquin bred hovse, Earl of Camclc, to victory. Frank has uow a long lead in winning mounts over any other Victorian cross-country rider, and is certain to occupy the leading position when the. season closes on July. 81st. Results, : — Epsom Stakes, £15. Five and a half furlongs— Yellow and Black, 1 ; Venganza, 2 ; Locksmith, 3. ? Won by a length, Time, lmin. 14£secs. Bendigo Plate,. £85. One mile— Hat- wood, 1 ; Goodman, 2 ; Stagelight, 3. Won easily. Time, lmin. 48|-secs. Grand Annual Huedle Race, £150. Two miles — Earl of Carnck, 8.0, (Jb\ Glennon), 1 ; Informer, 9.10 (A. Goss), .2 ; Moroney, 9.7 (J. E. Carter), 8. Won easily...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Small Debts Court. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5. (Before the Police Magistrate). [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Small Debts Court.. Wednesday, June 5. (Before the Police Magistrate).. H. T.yTrist v.H.L. Lucas, Claim,. £\ 8s 3d, 'for board and. lodging, etc; There was.no appearance of defendant, and a verdict was given for the amount claimed.: Fassi Khan v. Chas. W. Irvin.. Claim, £i6.i9S,:fpr money paid, goods sold and delivered, and1 for money received; on be half of plaintiff. Mr Windeyer appeared for plaintiff.. The defendant admitted the debt, . and. a verdict was given for the full amount with ^'t- costs. The Rivers.— -The Murray river at Albury is: lit. 4in. ';? Wahgunyah, no report ; Swan Hill;, lit. 4in. ; Eusfcon, 6ffc. ; Echuca, 3ft. 5in.,. rising. Th,piMUrrunibi-lgee at Gunda gai, 2ft. Sin. ; Wagga, 2ft. 4in. ; Hay, lin ; Balranald, Gin. The Darling at Wectworth is lft. 7ih. ;? Wilcannia',, 2in. ; Menindie, low; Poonparie.low.. The Edward at Deni Is^uin, 3in, ;; Moulamein, low..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bonus to the Gardener. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Bonus to the Gardener. At the meeting of tho Council on Tuesday evening Alderman Perrin moved a motion that the sum of £25 be at once paid to the gardener in lieu of notice, on his giving a m-eint in full of all demands upon the Council whatsoever. Alderman rerrm saw that some time ago, on the recommendation of the Gardens Committee, Mr Rentoul had been Riven three months notice. Since that a discussion had taken place owing to his absence from the garden without leave. The leave asked for had been granted, but not in a very nice way. Rentoul had put in a claim for overtime about s.ix weeks ago and the application had been deferred for three months. He thought that after fche posi tion they had placed the gardener in that any Britisher could not do otherwise than want to get away. He had been practically told to go into the gardens and stay there. That kind of treatment may be fit for a Kanaka^ but not for a Britisher. (Alderman Jones : What rot). The gardener was now the scorn of t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Passing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Passing Notes. The Council meeting on Monday evening recalled the ' good old meetings of the past ' that some of the old aldermen like to dilate upon. First, there was the complaint by Alderman Taylor that an account of M. C. Moltine's, which had been passed at a pre vious meeting, had not been paid ; but not withstanding the. protestations of several aldermen the matter was allowed to drop, and for the present the action of the Finance Committee, who are apparently looking after the interests of the institution they represent, in placing the amount to the credit of James Moltine in the Council's books, holds good. It has been mentioned that the parties interested intend to fight their claim in the law courts ; but, no doubt, on reflection wise counsel will prevail and the matter be allowed to drop. ***** Twc motions were brought forward by Alderman Perrin at the Council meeting, one good, the other the reverse. The former was that the work in connection with the Nuisance Prevention...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Over the Border. MELBOURNE. . Tlie shareholders of T. K. Bcnnent nrol Woolcock r.niipjiuy huld their 'interim' half-yonrly inec'iuy sii the E^uiUljlc-buildinns on Friday. Mr K. tt. I'd ock pre-;idiuf.'. The Chairman explained ihe liis iwi-y of affairs for the past six months was comprised in this, that the Directors were oulv too elail. after i!icir, troublous time, to Bee smiling faces. Affairs went well until January, when the prices of stock rose so fast that retail prices proved insufficient, :?? ml in February no business was douc, except at a --«. nor did March show much brighter. In April, iuwever, after reorganisation, things went so much 1'Uiier that the total loss might now be reckoned at niilj £€00, and that in spite of a 40 per cent fall in hides and skins, also a 6d per owt. rise in Govern ment contract prices : and the rush for poods in }iaj brought in excellent returns. As for retail i rices, the condition of the New Factories and Shops Act alone rendered it impossibl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Government Road Contract [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Government Road Contra* The following tenders for road^1 ? fiis district were opened by a* M Bawden on June 4th :— nJM Jerilderie, GoolgumWa feu I « *? Siding-William O'BW,f**£'M Ryan;£169 19s; J. and I.WJ William Eames, £272 17s ; Dw» va°M (late tender), £251. .... ftfl 1 Deniliquin to ^«^SSM £49 17s ; J. and T. Emtt^Wl G. Muirhead, £186 6s ; M. KemW J £1881Os. n0__AntlionjlB Jerilderie to Goolgnxf^^m ham, £64 3s 2d ; J. and Tj^gJ William Bames,'£87 10s ; W**® M 10b ; M. Kennedy, jnnr-- *-yu'^ ? A suspicious case, believed *jj was discovered in Sydney on ^ ^M the man affected was removed to | Hospital. nWedne^l Tbndees were opened on v ™ £500,000 worth of New South jm cent. Treasury ^'^ The»*B on haid and invites inspection. ? ?Ca his e&ly departure from HTof a state agency.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cameron's Scouts. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Cameron's Scouts.. \ 1 .'.???. ? J : On the eye of his departure fbir E'ngland: Sir Frederick Carrington, commandant o£: the Ehddesian F'eld Force, made a farewell speech to his troops at Bulawayo, and paid! the following high tribute to Cameron's Scouts^ from . Victoria :— '. I . cahnbj; helpi paying a special tribute to that small, but capable, corps, Cameron's Scouts. (Cheers.) Those of you who have been to the front wijh the Rhbdesian Pield 'iFoxce well know the .excellent work done by these: men. Though we have hot in this campaign seen so much fighting as some bf the columns under MetKuen, French, and others, yet we marched1 and f blight through. some of the most, difficult' country in South Africa.. Dur ing ,this time the .more important scouting :waB done by Captain Cameron and his. men— with ; what result? ' ,!The Ehodesian Field'Fdrce stands' but alone, amongall the other forces, as being the only column which has never been ? amhushed; , or surprised. ?(Cheers.) For this ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne Markets. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Melbourne Markets. Wednesday, June 5. Fat Sheep. — The supply was a moderate I one, both with regard to number and I quality, the greater portion, consists 1 of medium to useful descriptions. The 1 general tone of the market was firmer I and though the demand was slightly! irregular, in most instances prices for I best descriptions ruled about is per! head higher, while seconds and inferior I sorts, failing competition of graziers,! were in slack request at late rates, | Prime crossbred wethers, 17s 6dtoig$;! extra prime and heavy, 19s qd to 21$;! good, 15s to 16s; middling,'i2s gdtol 14s; prime crossbred ewes, 14s 6d to ? 16s; extra, ewes, 16s 6d to x8s 3d; al few at 21s; good, 12s 6d to i« od:fl middling, 10s to us gd; inferior, Ss;l best merino wethers* 16s to 17s M;l good, 13s to 15s ; middling, 10s 6d tsl 12s ; inferior, 8s 6d. I ?at Lambs. — The market opened with! firm demand iibr best descriptions, tnM closing sales were easier ior all Um not suitable for trade requirements,...

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

m~ Startling ^ Sterling TesiimotiA to the merit of * I Dr. Williams' Pink PiW for Pale People. I Duff aching BacK Pains Cured, II Mr. W. H. Tyler, of Sauthport, Tasmania, kindly sendj I this letter:—' I have suffered for years with a bad back. I I {experienced dull, aching j-ains in the small of the back I which have been so bad at times that J had to lay uj- I for wteks together. I tried everything that I could think rf I The doctors could do me no good. Then I bought a German I electric belt, which did me little or no good. Sometimes I I ( I was aU right ; but then, again, I would be troubled with (j I 1 indigestion very badly, 80 badly that I was even afraid h\\ | take food. When I came to Queenstown, I thought I would S I '* try Dr. Williaks' Pink Pills for Pale People. I found 1 1 * f| great relief from the first box ; the third box put me all right ; hm I I on the fourth box now. J an happy to say thai I am in the bat I I of health, now \ aH symptoms if my ailment have disappt...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 7 June 1901

Sporting Mems. I By Wki.lbbley.1 Durlne tlic timn he hns been the occupant --f Hg«rt'in House, in Knr'!and, the woll known tr-.ifrcr, U. SJaisli, him won in stakes for his various employers the eum of £2Hi,OCM. He has won the Derby three times, and the Two Thousand Guineas and St. L ger Frodk. Harvey, a bookmaker, well known through out the Rivcrinii. and in Victoria, has laid a com plaint before the Ftiperintendent of police. Hnrvcy attended tun Corowa race9 last week, ai d nt thechseof the meeting a policeman arrested liim on a charge of stealing a sulky, horse aud harness on 28th Febrnaiy. at Walcha, in the New Zealand district. Harvey protested that a serious mistnke was being made. He had never been at Walcha in his life, and on the dale ou which the larceny was coiumiLleJ he wan at Queanbeyan. Tlie constable, however, took Harvey to the lock-up where he spent the ni.L'ht. lie was presented before the cou it and remanded. The American yacht Copstitui ion. built for a syndicate ...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Sporting Mems. I BY \VELLF.eLEV.l The English Derby resulte.1 in favour of the fnvouriie, Volexlyovski, who is owned by Lady Meux but Unsiiil to the American sportsman. Mr « . ^. Whilnev. Not Ion* ayo Lady ileus coulil liave got £I5.OUU for the colt, and an extra £5.000 m the event ot his winning the Derby, but her la£v«h p reused to sell Volodyovski, who is by H-s Majestj ?/;._ !.-:_..?„ u^«o wunVoi it /'hrnthftr to Persimmon, and Diamond Jubilee) from La Ue ,,nc. byBwcn cian from Hue. and Cry, by Wild l*y'«»i ™ * good performer last seasor, winning the \\ inasor Castle Stakes at Ascot, the Stu.l Produce Stakes at Newmarket, the Rous Memorial Stakes at Good . wood, tie Rous Memorial Stakes at *-=~ke^ nn the Great Sapling P ate at Saudown-park- worth in all £4,607. D. Plant has reached Sydney with the two country performers. Speculation, by Winchester from a Mar vellous mare, and Melody II., by Honeymead from Mosora. The V.R.C. Sires' Produce Stakes, to be run in autumn, 1902, close...

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The Late Mr James Tyson. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Tfie ^te^rJifiiiies'T^soh. ?Me'ssrs^J.;M. Peck and Soiisj in . cd,n junction niith- .Moreheads . Jjijtriited,.J3|al gety arid 'Co'.' Limit,e(3r.the Australian Es tates, and Mortgage Co. Limited, -all^'pf Brisbane, and -Messrs Wilkinson and Lavender, of Sydney; report having sold,. on account of the administrators of the estate of the ; late Mr James Tysqih,' the well-known station, Feltoh, situated in the bear j; of the Darling Downs, about too miles ^rorri Brisbane. It consists of 41,277 acres of rich freehold land, and was, sold witli about 30,006 sheep, 1,000 cattle,' and 150 horses. The price, realised wassatisfactbry, and the terms cash. The buyer's name has not been disclosed, but he js understood to be a' New Zealand resident. ''. . ... .;. FeTton wastthe residence of Mr- Tyson, when in Queensland, and was declared hishpme by the Queensland Court when the '.question of. domicile . was recently raised. By. this decision his Victorian and New South Wales properties had; to pay....

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