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Freetrade v. Protection. A LABOUR MEMBER'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Freetrade v. Protection. A LABOUR MEMBER'S SPEECH. Mr Thomas Brown, the labor member for Canoblas, in speaking on the Address in Reply in the House of Representatives last week, . made the following stir ring speech on the fiscal question. He said Victoria, seemed to have become so steeped in the principles of protection tnac us nscai policy bad become to some of its people synonymous with labor, liberty, and religion. It must, therefore, come as a revelation to the working classes of Victoria to find' that there are others in Australia representing labor who did not share the ..view, that protection meant -work, freedom, arid progress. One mem ber. (Mr Chanter) had talked about the difference in the price of wheat in New South Wales and Victoria. He (Mr Brown) had been a wheat-grower in New South Wales for some years. The farmers there were told that if they only got pro tection they would blossom into indepen dence at once. (Laughter.) They were assured that they had been kept in ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

^ — ? ? 1 Enge of business. ? Public Announcement. I a. rowe m-'vz in intorra the Public of Deniliqtoin ?'ili W hn« purchascl the FHUITEBKR'S WfrV- in Kml Street, carried on for eo many ? «. , * Holt, and hopes by civility and ?cut imi 'to business to merit a continuance. K ,.atrunage. ' ? |ertsoa& Douglas I added a well assorted consignment cf ' Lckery & Glass I ...Ware'. Hlar-e stock of Grocery and Ironmongery HJhilc thanking the public, of D.eniliquin ^?li'trict for their support during tW last K months, trust by the excellent quality Blow prices of all their goods to merit a ^?nuance of the same in future. . ^K NOTE THE ADDEESS : BeRTSON & DOUGLAS, HvPIER STREET, DENILIQUO, ; ? bsllabo^o hotel ? CONARGO.' - ' : MIES WHITE, .;'? ^Rieasilie in bringing under thenoticeof the ^Biricnrs. of ConaRGO / -and District ^Hthc Travelling .Public thiit. lie has ^^Ensc of Hie abnye vvejl-iinown Hotel from ^Kc,s. and irustfi by keeping 'only the Aery ^Hs of Wines. Spiri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Fever. I Rsdwceca to^a Shad-J Now Restored to Healtl The Caso of I Mrs. H. M. REJLUY. ? Although the old Sydney and euU^I streets were not made with the mathel^H cal precision of sLraiglum^a which ck^H terises the roadways of more rotentl^H struction, still, in many instances -^H abrupt angles and curves' have a twJ^M traveller to readily iako a turn from J^^B Btreet, where the popukeo are lmrrriJj^| jostling each othci in the pursuit olt^H daily vocations, into a more peaceful ci^^l sphere in close proxiniitv, where tbeo^^l and bustle are all hit behind. ^^| ' ' F.vun tliis 'juiut. nei^hbourkwlmii^B distracting for my nerves to '.derate ii^| I \i as ill,'' siid Mrs. Eannah Maria Keili^^H No 4S P-ose-street, Darlington, to't^H pressman v.iio had called. ^H 'Will you be kind enough to jin^H outlir,« of your sickness?' ^^M ' \Vith pleasure. 1 hada eerer9ttl^| of:rheuuiatic fever. . I wns ailing tol^H tiiat I thought I was coomed ttHiiligj^M the remair.ucr of my life. A fetlw^H chillin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne and Caulfield Cup Entries. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Melbourne and Caulfield Cup Entries. Though last year's total of 171 was not reached, the entry for the Melbourne Cup this year is very satisfactory, 166 nomina tion being received. A slight falling off like this has no significance whatever. As a matter of fact, the total has only been .ex ceeded on a few occasions. Last year's total was a record for the event. The success. of the race does not depend upon the number of the entries received. A more important factor is the quality ' of the horses engaged. There does not, at a first glance appear to be much to complain about on this score. There are not so many giants in the land as there were a few years ago, but,, as. far ,as can be seen, nearly all the best horses; in' training have been nominated. A; notable exception is the nominal Derby,. favourite, ' Ibex. It was known, however, that he was not to be entered. His owner announced the fact some weeks ago. Of the Victorians in the race La Carabine stands out by her self, but othe...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Rights of Balloters. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

The Rights of Balloters. [?] wmm mmmm !X. S.7L. th. board sliouli haye confirmed them Sbln. TtaM could be no qoeBtau that «*?-»? thp hearijse last November, and again at the last Stin-oUhe Court, took the objection that even aSmine that portions 106 and 111 were unallotted -t Ke was £.ppal from the board -J^g that 'no determinauuii w *»«= '*'- ' «;- ' » shall be the subject of an appeal to the i L. A. Cuui t. It «?ke h»l intended, a case that fell under that section of reg. 15 made under the authority of that Son, which provided that 'after the order of priority has been determined each unsuccessful Sicant shall be deemed to have withdrawn his 't was°nece^ry for the Court to consider whether 4t had jurisdiction to entertain tne appeal apai t ^^ the validity or invalidity of that portion of regula tion 15 Which referred to withdrawals atter determi nation of the order of priority. AppeUnt durmL the hsaring stated that his appeal was not a«a nht any extermination of the order of prior...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Major M'Inerney. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Major M'Inerney. Replying to the toast of his health at a welcome home at the Vienna Cafe, Mel bourne, on Saturday night, Major M'Inerney, after thanking the company for the great welcome which had been extended to him, related some interesting reminiscences of his experiences in South Africa. The war had beea an object lesson to him. It was won derful to see the enthusiasm which every where prevailed amongst the British troops. The men were naver cast down, and misfor tunes only made them more resolute and de termined to overcome obstacles. (Hear, hear,/. No one acquainted with the coun try had any idea ot the difficulties which beset the troops on their march to Pretoria, and the officers in charge of the organisation work were deserving of the highest cordmen dation that could be bestowed npon them. (Hear, hear.) War was not what he had imagined it to be. There was no glory about the war in South Africa. It was devoid of all pomp and panoply. For cunning and capacity the Boer had...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Social at Pine Hills. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

— ? Social at Pine Hills. [From a Correspondent.] A Soaial in aid of the funds for the pur chase of an organ for the use of the Wesleyaa Church services and Sunday School held at theHartwood School (near Pine Hills) was held in the private school-room at fine Hills, on Wednesday, May 29th, and was on iu» mu~i« o nron.t HiinfifiSB. The weather was all that could be desired for the occasion, .he night being beautifully clear and moonlight. The number of visitors, which totalled 140 was much larger than was anticipated, and the room was crowded to the doors. Some of the committee, including the hon. sac, Mr W. J. Priestly, had been busy erecting a sta?e, decorating the room, and providing seats for about eighty people, this number of seats they thought would be ample, buUo their great surprise these were quickly filled Tr-.a mni-« haA in ha Drocured to seat the visitors, this being continued until the room was completely filled, and even then a small number were left standing. The orga...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Black srnithl^rjj ? , Forge. ? C. LANQ8HA J opened as above f,i:theb,ck;(11 *; ,^1 or tne uivennfi Saddlery En imrium l'cfa« trie*, attention to basing to I, 2 T- J'!1 -*? All kinds tof Buggies and %M ' repairer ? Horseshoeing and General Biacksmifl irig by a Competent Trades^ ? charges modera j a trial solicited. i -..wantedT^B ; 2,000 PELTS 2,O00,H H. L.. JO NEfl .SADDLE It, &c, DESIUQUIX, ^M Qives the Kightst Cash Price feM Kinds of Furred Skins. ? Hides, from %\ to H-Jii per Hi. ^H '??'?'? Sliaepskins. from Id !--fU|e]'i^^l Horsehair. I'.e^wnx. um\ «!! (cinih -jl Sanjri^^^H A. J. WHITELOCH , , THE RELIABLE TA1L0B. H JUST k-n-U'il ?) birac »n-\. varied mi^^H m-'wesi (iosign-- in Anliiniiij'iiiiil Wiuiel^^H Uonifu-.siiiv :. iwi^lisli. Irish. ;,iiii S.v!-iJ^^H WorMc.il ('.i;ii;ii-js iiiul 'I rmisciiti^ it ^^H ..Vjfrieuy We ?. u:iv:iiif oo :i ywkti Til. :H^^H |iM:ir!ial-!e \':i!ne. i'liu Aifiwry U'|-;mii.tf^^^| prises :-11 tilt; lutesl sty its in— ^^H ?::.: -^TiES. -????.? ....

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Pastoral and Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Pastoral and Agricultural Society. The ordinary montUy meeting ox the Council of the above Society was bold at the Eoyal Hotel yesterday afternoon. Ipe President (Mt G. Le3ter) occupied the chair, and Messrs A. McBean, W. Kilpatrick, Jag. Dicksoa, W. &. Clarke, W. R. Raleigh, E. B. Bailliero, S. E. Donelan, M. J. Oarew, J. V. Ineram, F. Sparrow, and T. A. Frearson were also present. The minuteB of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence . Letters were read from the Albury Agri cultural . Society, saying the date -u their show had been fixed for the 4th and 5U SsBteinber ; from the Wagga Experimental Ffchn, declining to exhibit; from Messrs Sanger, Gibbs, and White, regretting their inability to judge at the show; from Jas. cjioane, saying ne wumu uu uuaujo w »«« — the chow; from J. E. Moodie, thanking the Council for appointing him one of the judges of sheep and signifying his willingness to act ; from C. M'Alister and Thos. Philhp, accepting the positio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Ibacconist, Newspaper & News Agent ?napier street, deniliquin. Mm(V RcfereB, Sunday Times, Arrow, Sporting r11^ Truth, Worker, Hawklet, Deniliquin m, inl Windsor Magazine, Harmsworths fei'cto ialiaS Oulny New Penny I !' ' Charing Cross Magazine, Casse l's RX Journal, Australian -Journal, Australian I Journal, Weldon's Monthly, Leach's Dtcss Kr 1° 3p Smoke, Union Jack. Detective Tales, t find nn-l Sea, Boys' First Rate Library, Kin Hili'' Library. Heart s Base Library, True Rlv-i Library,' Illustrated Bits, Sketehy -Bits, Wm* Ally Sloper, Scraps, Snap Shota, Answers, ?nnn's Weekly, Cigarette, Photo Bite, Illustrated |, Sate. Ws' Up-to-Date Novelette, A.dine, U. Bjdiv C-ristian Herald, Ohristian Budget, Police ?Ut' World's Comic, Comic Cuts, Comic Life, Kred Comic, Illustrated Chips, Pick-Me.'JJp, ? l- Spare Moments, Nuggets, Funny Wondes,. Rui's Life. Home Chat, Homer's Stories, ?cr's Stories, Home Stories, Golden Stories, Kj|y Heml'l Supplement, Scottish Nights, Kiess Prince...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

? State Elections. L g.'Tvans ? WILL Idress the electors Ec following plsceson the undermentioned, dates: ? JJBN1LIQU1N, Tuesday, June 18. I jiaTHOUBA. Wednesday, June 19. I jiOAMA, Thursday, June 20. I WAMBOO, Friday, June 21. ? BAEBAM, Saturday, Jnne 22. I MODLAMEIN, Monday, June 24. ? BAKATTA, Tuesday, June 23. ? CONA KG 0, Thursday, June 27. ? WANG AN ELL A, Friday, Jane 28. B BOOROOEBAN. Saturday, June 29. I JIOAMA, Monday, July .1. H DENILIQUIN, Tuesday, July 2. iniliquin Electorate Iff JOHN LEWIS ^m will ?)RES5 THE ELECTORS ^m AT THE. ?town hall, deniliquin — KDNESDAY, JUNE 19* H THE MAYOR WILL PRESIDE. ? WANTED. ^?OTED (20) Twenty Tons Prime Green ^^E VVhe .ten Ch:tff. Apply, with samples, at ^^ncu of this Paper. ?qk sale ch^ap. ^BeT op «K0O$D-H AND TEAM HARNESS, ^^B-im|jlute, Chains, fee. Apply. — QPEioa OF ? TO LET. ^H FBOiTT ROOMS, Furnished, with use of ^?Kitchen. Apply— Mbs. Pakkbb, George Bate Parliament Be FARMERS and SETTLERS, |Hnd ELECTORS of the Dehi ^8 iiquin Elec...

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The State Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

The State Elections. Up to the present time nine canditates' have announced themselves as contesting this electorate, but only four have faced the electors from a public platform. When we see so many men eager to serve the electors in this district. Wfi P.n.Vmnf: hhln a.alrinir nnt: selves whether they really think they have the slightest chance of being successful, or whether the ' bump 'of ambition is respon sible for their ' actions. We ' have men coining forward, aud asking a body of electors to support them, that have neither done good for this town, or any other town ; in fact,, they, surmise that the only qualification necessary to become a' member of Parliament is to have a few friends^ and a large amount of efferontery. But they require more, than that. . They 'should be citizens, and should be men fitted'by character and capacity to discharge the duties of legislators. Do. the majority of men who are seeking your, suffrages come up to that qualification? Emphatically ' Not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

iUWW% i PIANOS AKO ( ^MkiQi ORQAIIS. ) A The Material used in (he construe- \ \ linn of our Pianos and Organs is \ f Good, the very best that can f A be procured. A 6 SVill 'n8 SiolaWBJf Pianos 1 A m , ? ? Llpp Pianos B \ Mmilti'ti Fourlch Piano. \ f . ., i Echo Pianos f \ Belling Pianos i f ani \ ( \ Estoy Organs, f A Get our OatelapuPB. Ther nrt- useful guides. 0 \ fcasy Terras arranged. JT.L?ttfftEL,ui.i: i 330 Ceorge St., Sydney. { |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

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The State Elections. MR FAGAN ADDRESSES THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

The State Elections, ME FAGAN ADDRESSES THE ELECTORS. On Monday evening last Mr P. Pagan, a candidate for the State Parliament, addressed about 160 electors in the Town Hall.**. The Mayor (Aldemian P. Jane) occupied the chair, and briefly introduced the candidate. Mr Fagan,' who was cordially received, sam beiore beginning he would like to say a few words in explanation. He was a candi date by his right, as an elector and a resident of New South Wales. In entering into the contest he would not say one word offensive. He had lived in the town for 17 years, and it was*, only natural ihat he . had not pleased everybody, but he always had done what he thought to be right. He had been accused when an alderman of not giving a fair day's pay for a fair day's work. He thought he had fully explained his actions on that ques tion. He had laid the scheme for retrench ment, but had never thought of taking one sMUing off .the labouring man. . Eight alder *? inen supported a scheme when first bro...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Hotel TattewsaH's, Deniiiquin. if C. F. OE FRAGA f)EGS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete th every comfort . I) and convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilate , and the Accom Idaton 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 Colon}'. A first-class I Groom constantly kept in attendance. ?00D GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND YARDS. ?! I ? ? v -X' - ???-?.'% K m-lsil attention gSvenJ:© Lively vB^t & ^Lettiijg^ ? Single, and Double' Harness Horses, Buggies, Gigs, etc., and Ladies' ? and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always on Hire at shortest ? notice, and at reasonable rate. Bl Coaches for Finley. Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from Tattersall's. B.F.D. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ? Usiier's Special Reserve and Watson's ***? Whiskies a Specialty. ? F1RST-CLAS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. I C« F. De F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Deniliq««« *°f 1 Association- ? A PPLICATIONS ^SwjM ksasggM next, at 5 o'oloclc. ^ ^MM

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Deniliquin Local Land Bo[?] (Before Messrs F. A. Trollope chairman [?] Tennant, and C.B. Opitz). THURSDAY, JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Deniliquin LocaluJj^J (Before Messrs F. A. rrollopcehai^J Tennant, and C. U. 0^). I Thursday, June 6. I FTOPMed ounping place for tmeifoB uh of lumudgery, County of Townscj^iB rccomtuended the proclamation ot then' ? *? tion as a camping place for travelling '''M it be retained as part of the |-refcrenti»uLII'M license of Oalimo Pastoral Holding. 'alottlJ« Hartain Mertz, jun., appraisement 0[ ij uicuu, luijjiuicuiuuu, aiOL os ; payment ^^H made in two equal instalments at tin. V months from this date. ree «*? A.J.S. Bank, Lid., application for acr ,,M Confirmed for l%a. 3r., bein? measured \t«-W 42, Parish Whyinonl, County \vak00| fW tial sheep-proof, six-wire fence to be crect^M ? Gonn Exchange. ? Application by J. W. Dennis for BurrejkB (Re-hearing). The following evidence was 2H John BrotT.'hton, staff surveyor, tendered ^H giving par? : ;alars of value ami positions o!i^| vements. ind details of character oi the ct^l connec1 1 with the exchange. ^^| Ost-- ne Wilshire, inspector ...

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A SERIOUS POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

A SERIOUS POSITION. The Protestant-hall, Sydney, was crowded on Monday night, when a meet ing of the men on strike was held to dis cuss the result of the conference. It was reported that while the delegates went to the conference with an open mind, and were prepared to come to some reasonable settlement, they were met by the em ployers with firmness in their adherence to 'their condition to pay 7s per day to first-cla&s men, and 6s per day to general hands. No argument whatever could be used whereby the employers could he brought to consider a compromise in the slightest degree. Mr S. J. Law, M.L.A., addressed the men, and, after a long discussion, a vote was taken, and it was unanimously de cided to adhere to the demands for the fixing of the minimum *-ate at 7s per day. A similar resolution was c-Mne to by the men out 011 strike at the Clyde Engineer ing Works. A deadlock is thus created* and it would appear that there is not the slightest chance of the men waiving their c...

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