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The Iron-Trade Strike. A FRUITLESS CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

TSie Iron-Trade Strike. A FRUITLESS CONFERENCE. A conference between t'ne iron trade emplovers and the representatives oi the Ironworkers' Assistants' Union was »ie!-1 on Monday afternoor.. The matters m dispute were very fully debated, but me p-mnloveis were not prepared to depart from their amended terms forwarded to the men on May 25.' which were in effect the minimum wage should be Cs per day, and that they should not be compelled to employ union labor only. The conference was carried out 111 the very best spirit, but led to no result what ever, astliese two points were the ones on which the men all along had expressed their determination not to give way.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Church Services. CHOKOH Ob' ENGLAND. Seoonn Snn-ay arier Trinity— Deniliquin. morning and evening. Kircambipil— Afternoon. Morago - Evening, June 17. Mrs r-eritt'a— Noon. June IS. Hanita — Evening, Jun: IS. Murgha — June 1». Caroonboon June 20. Zura — Eveniny, June 21. Yet). Archdeiicon Holt PRESBYTERIAN CUUUt3H. C'inargo— ttoniinsj. Tholobi n — At i ernoon . Den li 411 in— E veni ng. Hev. Robert Welsh. WESLKl'AN CHURCH. Deniliquin — Morning. Mr A. T. Emry. Deniliquin— Evening. Jlora^o— Morning. Birganbigil— Afi ernoon. Rev. A. P. J. Flan ling.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Two Fallen Victorians. HOW CAPTAIN KELLY AND LIEUTENANT JOHNSTON DIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Two Fallen Victorians. HOW CAPTAIN KELLY AND LIEU TEN ANT JOHNSTON DIED. MaiorG, J.-Johnsfon, of Melbourne, .ias received frirn Lieutenant Anderson a letter giving a graphic account of the fight tenant jo'''''! »'- ? D ,- 1 „ «=ton met their deaths. Both officers Ire' members of the Victorian tt th Contingent. Lieutenant Anderson writes from Sfonkhurst Spruit, under date May '^I'hTV^inst. I was out with a division with Captain Kelly, Lieutenant Tohnston, and Dr. Patterson, and we full of dash, went lor inem. * »y .~-r peared down a kloof, Kelly, with halt a £on, going one way, and he sent me with the Sthe? half round the other side, thinking he (Kelly) would drive them on to me; instead, they just led him mu- a trap and opened fire on him. Ihe party then dismounted, took cover and attacked » Your brother was out in the uont with »«,« scouts. The Boers waited until he. was within 40 yards, and then shot him from either side, one bullet entering bis chest on the left sios, and one int...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. (We do not nessc[?] identify [?] with the views expressed [?] our correspondents.) STATE ELECTION CAMPAIGN. (To the Editor of the Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Open Column. (We do not nwuwly identity ov-rtrlre* *r-th 1 »t view* erprr-wd uy i»tr rnrrcrp-ninrmK.} STATE ELECTION CAMPAIGN. Ho the EiiUr of the Mnpeiuirnt.) j 8m,— My worthy opponent, Mr Eaines, in hia public addresses unfairly misquotes me by stating that I said the minimum wage should be 6s per day. What I very clearly Bmphaaised was ' That we should have a fised minimum wage, be it Cs, 6s, or /s, .so that the man -who was past prune of lite Bhould not be driven by dire need to acenpt 2s 6d a day when ?work -was scarce and laoor platted. The prime worker would command what he is worth above the minimum rate. I abhor trick and deception even in a political contest. Yours, etc., 11/5/01. JOHN LEWIS.

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

Land Board Procedure It will be remeniberea that at the last Feb: ruary meeting of- the! Local Land Board at Deniliquin applicants and agents for Settle ment Lease areas then available in this dis trict were considerably- astounded by the announcement of the Chairman that he had received a copy of a i3nrrate from the Crown Solicitor to the Under-Seeretary for Lands bearing upon the Board's procedure for cases under section 6. of .the Act of 1899. The Chairman read the Crown Solicitor's opinion in open Court, and followed by saying that the Board had unanimously decided in the examination of applicants that the question of priority did not arise and therefore they were not parties ? to the proceedings and would not be allowed representation by agents. Mr Jameson on behalf of several applicants contested the ruling of the Board and pointed out that the Members should not be influenced by the opinion of the Crown Solicitor, which had not the force of law. The' Board's procedure was cle...

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

ECHUCA. The man Rooney, against whom an information was sworn for assaulting Mr Cheers, was i rongi.t before the local court and fined £10, in default three months imprisonment. On Saturday evening Tiooper Duncan MPherson who went to South Africa with the third coniinycni, nnd who returned by the Morayshire on Thursday. reached Echnca. As the train steamed int. the Btation the large crowd present burst into ciieering; and the band played. Trooper M-Phers..u was carried shoulder high to a drag in waiting, and was escorted by the Hungers and their bond t.- the Orderly-room, where a tremendous crowd had con gregated. Oa the platform were the major (Cr. 1'. J. 0' Bryan). Crs. Wilson, Chenualte. O'Dwyer, Kelly, Aid. Martin (mayor of Moama), Captiin M'Kenzie, Lieutenant. Kauvel. the Rev J. C. John ston, M.A., and other prominent citizens. The mayor of Echuca, in extending a public welcome to 'the returne-J soldier on behalf of the people of Echuca. referred to the fact thai, the third com...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Melbourne Markets. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

— ? — ? ? Melbourne Markets. Wednesday, June 12. Fat Sheep.-14.800; consisting chiefly ? ot second and useful descriptions, with a fair sprinkling of prime. The market opened with a firmer demand, and prices gradu ally hardened to improved quotations, nuemo cnlM. however, were weaker, when prices needed to about late rates. Prime Crossbred wethers, 17s 6d to 19s 8d .extra, 20s to 22s, few, 24s ; good, 14s Gd to 16s fld; middling, 12s to 15s; .prime cross bred ewes, Us 6dto 15s 9d; extra, 16, 9d to 17s Gd, few 21s to 21s 3d ; good, 12s 6.1 to 14s ; middling, 10s to HsOd inferior, 7s ; best merino wethers, 16s 6d to 17s Cd ; good, 13s Gd to 15s 3d ; second onrl inffirinr. 10s. Fat Lambs.— 8,980 ; there was a steady de mand, best description ruling a shade fir mer, others at quotations. Prime sold at 10s 9d to 12s Gd, extra, 13s to 13s 8d, | few los Gd; good, 9s 6d to 10s Gd; se cond, 7s to 8s Gd ; inferior, 5s 9d. Fat Cattle.— 1450 yarded, comprising 120 from New South Wales, 600 from...

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

Over the Border. MELBOURNE. A meet ing of the Eight Hours Anniversary corn mittee was hold at the Trades Hall laot week. 1 lie president, Mr E. Ward, M.L.A., occupied the chaii, md 130 delegates were present. The secretary, I'J 0. Harris, reported that the winner of the fint prize, of £1000, was Mr T .Hogan, o { Mahrcrn )ainter. who had generously donated £100 to the Ss of the Trades Hall. The winner of the second ' ? »._ «r_..«-» «f rtarUnn. who had triven to to the institution. The report was greeted with loud applause, and a hearty vote of thanks wns accorded to the donors. A deputation was rece ed from the ohl pioneers. The president, Mr R. M llu, stated that they came to the Eight Hours committee to ask them to appoint a small committee s to i co operate with them to secure the completion of t lie Eight Hours Monument before the next Jw it Hours day. It was agreed to co-operate. I he president was appointed chairman, Hi U H.-ins (secretary of the Eight Hours committee) secretar...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Land Appeal Court. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 14 June 1901

Sydney Land Appeal Court. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. In the Land Appeal Court on Monday judgment was Riven in the case of the appeal of George D. Holmes against the decision oi the Deniliquin board, in rsspect of his appli cation for a settlement lease within settle ment lease area 485, Deniliquin. The find . 1 -» # ? i« ;Un nffnnf fllQ.fr. fl TiWll - cants specified in schedule A, having been by the process of elimination of ' inehgibles reduced to those specified in schedule B, these last had equal claims to priority, end the result of the ballot to determine the ' order of priority ' among them was in favor of James Skinner, whose application was thereupon confirmed. The main ground of appeal was that the board was wrong in refusing appellant's ageut to appear on his t-toWlf The Court considered that it vras in ac cordance with the principles of natural justice that an applicant for land under the Crown Lands Acts, which have always bsen sup posed to be framed on the principle of a »...

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

Iff* Startling ~*g I Sterling Tesiitnom\ to the rtterit of I Dr. Williams' Pink PillJ for Pale People. I I Dull Aching Back Pains Cured* 1 1 Mr. W. H. Tyler, of Southport, Tasmania, kindly sendi I this letter:—*' I have suffered for years with a bad back. I ? I experienced dull, aching pains in the small of 'the bad, ? which have been so bad at times that 1 had to lay up B for weeks together. I tried everything that I could think of. ? The doctors could do me no good. Then I bought a German fl electric belt, which did me little or no good. Sometimes I I % was all right; but then, again, I would be troubled wft ? I indigestion very badly, so badly that I was even afraid to ? I take food. When I came to Queenstown, I thought I would ? ® try Dr. Willmms' Pink Pills for Pale People. I found I © great relief from the first box ; the third box put me all right ; I am ? f on the fourth box now. lam happy to say that I am in Ihtktl ? I of health now ; all symptoms «f my ailment have disappe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

, ' GIVES V PRAISE. ? Mr. J. J. Em* ^H ftS/S? JO8ePh EUi* A J^BbB from this paper who recenH? ^ty^H made a note of the foB J&?$^1 &?fosi^fM did not require a snperabnn.il8 'f* ^BVJ doing any good, and in liff Jj*^B pleasant evidencea in severnl «J ''BbS went to ahow tiat my K^^H languid and listless, airfWli^H capable of performing anyftfa TJ^H exertion. Whenever fdiSSP^H bitlfound theeffortaccelorSe^B of my headaches, and then I hJ^^H pere was a disagreeable moistwl'^H tongue every morning, and my m*^H ache most unmercifully. Ithouff^H eluded that the agony was induced tk^BH the unhealthy condition of my GtZfl*fll The nerves were aftermiii o^H affected, and at times I trembled iloflYfll without knowing what for. IfroouVaVI abruptly or suddenly I would gelqi^H start. Added to this, my body preatej^^l bloodless and shrunken appearance al^^H could not rest in the some position (AVAl minutes together. Ail night through Ii^^fl mained awake, magnifying the troilai^^^l aff...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Police Court. THURSDAY, JUNE 20. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

Deniliquin Police Court. Thursday, June 20. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Robert Cooper was charged with being drunk and disorderly, and was fined 10s or seven days ; and on a further charge of re sisting the police in the execution of their duty Cooper was fined £3 or one month hard lauui: m me juemiiquin gaol. Cooper paid the fines and was discharged. Alteration. — We have been requested to state that Mr J. G. Evans will not address the electors at Barratta on Tues day, as advertised in another portion of this issue. Mr Evans will speak at Morago on the date named. Mb John Wilson, of Fairview, Mount Ida, has retired from the contest for the Hay seat in the State Parliament. The only candidate is now the retiring member, Mr Frank Byrne, an independent candi date.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

bALING'S Great Reduction of Prices I Great Reduction of Prices MUSIC. I 4s. Songs and Pieces REDUCED to Is Sd each. I 3s. Songs and Pieces REDUCED to Is 3d each. I Books, Operas, Tutors, Exercises, Studies, ete., I REDUCED IN PRICE. I Having made special arrangements with I London and Continental Publishers, we I have decided to Reduce the Prices to the 1 Public as above from this date. h. H. PALING & CO., I LIMITED, I 338 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. B June 15TH, igoi. I Catalogues post free on application. late Elections. I G.~~EVANS H WILL ?ESS THE ELECTORS ^Bowing places on the undermentioned dates. BaUBOO, Friday, June 21. HlBHAM, Saturday, June 22. ?OOLAMEIN, Monday, June 21. HilUTTA. Tuesday, June 25. ?)XAHGO, Thursday, June 27. KaNGaNELLA, Friday, June 28. H)0ROORBAN. Saturday, June 29. Boa MA, Monday, July 1. MSNILIQUIN, Tuesday. July 2. B WANTED. V^ (20) Twenty fTons Prime Green ^?l)G4«a Chaff. Apply, with samples, at ?« OF THIS PAPEK. Br sale cheap. ? of SECOND-HAND TEA...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

I Deniliquin Municipal Council. TENDERS. fTlENDERS are invited returnable on MONDAY, JL 1st JULY, l&01,atB pm, for the following services :— 1. SUPPLY OF STORES. 2. 8MITHW0RK. 3. SUPPLY OF RED GUM. t. AUV EiJftl li3J.l-U. I 1 5. REPAIRS TO LAMPS. j 6. GRAZING RIGHT OF PARK. Specifications for the above Works may be seen at J the office of the undersigned, where all particulars 1 as to Deposits may be obtained. I ' Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By Order, J T. C. GILLIES, I Council Clerk. I ? . ? — I 10 SHILLINGS REWARD. LOST a Purse containing £1 Note and Papers. I Finder will receive the above reward on I I returning same to — I H. MOHEKEY, I Cressy Street. | Electorate oTl^^ri CANDIDATURE I OF I MR H. G. M'KINNcv IN offering myself as a Candidate for tkn p I sentation of the Electorate of DeniliQn in fI!l State Parliament, 1 do so on the ground thai ' 1 opinion the future progress of the District d 1 chiefly on Water Conservation and Irrioatioo ft! disastro...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. (We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the views expressed by our correspondents.) ELECTIONEERING TACTICS. (To the Editor of the Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

Open Column. ( We do not necessarily identify tnirxeirex with' -the views expressed oy our eorreftpondentx.) ELECTIONEERING ;TACTICS. (7o the Editor of the IiuUpenrl 'ent .) biR, — laking advantage of the fact that I was somewhat late in coming into the field as a candidate for Parliament, some persons have thought fit to circulate a report that I did not mean to go to the poll. As simple matters of fact I may state in the hist place that my nomina tion has already been duly recorded on the notice board at the Town Hall, and in the second place that I am perfectly satisfied with my canvas so far as it has gone. As regards my intention, my pro gramme includes not only going to the poll, but going to the top of it. H. G. McKINNEY. 20th June, igoi.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin District Court. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. (Before His Honor Judge Docker.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

Deniliquin District Court. Wkdnen.uy, Junu 19. (Bcforo His Honor Jud^e Docker.) Charles West Alexander and Archibald Hulbert Windeyer, trading as Alexander and Windcyor (Mr Windeyer) v. David llanna, professional services, £8 15s. Verdict for £6 15s, Mr Windeyer stating that defendant had paid £V since tho issue of the summons. Albert Austin (Mr Windoyer) v. F. S. Falkiner and Sons, Ltd. fMr Wilkinson), damages, £4 10s. Mr Windeyer applied for an adjournment, on account of the absence of a witness. Mr Wilkinson objected to an adjournment, which, however, was granted. Mr Wilkinson applied for costs, but his Honour declined to grant the application. Meyan Eoushan (Mr Wiudeyer) v. Gobin deram (Mr Laman), damages £50 ; new trial. In this case the following jury was empanelled : A. Llewellyn, J. T. .Robertson, A. Krug, and F. J. Timms. A number of witnesses, principally Indians, gave evidence for both sides. His Honor, in summing up, pointed out to the jury that deliberate perjury had be...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"A Foolish and Improper Thing" [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

'A Foolish and Improper! Thing' ? In the Melbourne Criminal CoiittH Tuesday, before Mr Justice A'BedH George Muir Houston, who was fotlc^fl chief clerk in the leasing branch ol^fl Mines department, was charged t^H larceny as a bailee of £131 4sbelomiA| Altred Henry Kyan. Mr FinlaysoujBI secuted, and Mr M'Cay appeared lu^M accused. In September last Mr EMI called at the offices of thedepartmem^H paid Houston the sum mentioned 11 ?? pectofrent due on a number of It^H and licenses. Houston was not aiifl^| ise-'l to receive money, and never acco^^H for it to the department. In defenc^^H M'Cay argued that there was noevidi^H to go to the jury as to accused beii^H bailee. It had been shown tkfflj had handed Houston the money, bei^H him to be competent to receive it. ^H parted with the money absolutely, s^H therefore, accused was not his baikBH accused might be guilty of sgwc^H offence, but not that of which iit^H charged. Mr Finlayson replied iktlSfl never intended that the money stal^H t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Royal Gift to Mr Barton. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

The Royal Gift to Mr Barton. The gemmed snuffbox presented to the Ri*ht Hon. E. Barton by the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York as a souvenir of the visit of their Royal High nesses to Sydney is being exhibited at the oof,w;climpnt of Messrs Fairfax and Robert?, jewellers, 23 Hunter-street, Sydney. r n The casket weighs Soz. ndwt. ot tine 'old, but the value of gold does not enter fnto the computation of the value of one of the most exquisite pieces of hand chased work ever seen in Australia. Even the base of the casket is ot tne nnesi nni&u - and exquisite relief work. The hd is formed of a solid plate of gold, which is completely enamelled in royal blue, and on this in raised relief gold work are cellini scrolls, which appear to invite the introduction ot the six large diamonds, which lend a radiance and splendour that are otherwise unprocurable. The centre of the lid is occupied by three Prince of Wales feathers, which are formed by the insertion of over 200 diamonds....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

ft Accompanied with neuralgia and most severe pains in the chest and side, I, fcf accompantea mm «-= s, ^ spirits sank as time went on, and ' %% ill I became most depressed and in- ? «v; Sjijijjjjjjjl jK$* /^''''vkjai heartened. I thought every fresh -. fe - ? J ajfep* . i ?~'T'''TyrL month might see the end of my ??/ (^ I — I I 3^^&3&ferfr^V!fi$ sufferings, but relief seemed as far off ;. Js? ^&\2^J#£&&^ tt as ever' Mv svstem was «'ttp'it:t*'y '' W' ^--^'^V^^yT 1 «tf« debilitated ; I could do ao work, and ; ':' WK ^^S^^^ff^L^MB-Jbaol^ was drowsy *'^ exhausted all day. 1 j H* / » TV ^^W^^^^B WM «»«cJ» reduced in figure, and my ;^ ' $ _M.rTZ-\ W llm^WKsSm fo' *rt-* MPS were quite b'ot)l)1e's- ?:?? jay- 'y~ - *? ft1 ^\fft_Jj*$~*^ Mr complaint was styled anaemia, ii. % ^^S'* fi '^^^®^ Any noise upset vm, so completely - I £ ^^ f 1/11 ,Mm W~M we« my nerves out of orjec. One ft 1 ET. ' fflf I'vMmmlm, *»*, however, a friend sa»d, 'Wliy don't .; i ff...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

pOHN ADAM, Lbacconist, Newspaper & News Agenl ISAPIEB STREET, DENILIQUIN. him Referee, Sunday Times, Arrow, Sporting I Judge. Trutli, Worker, Hawklefc, Deniliquin Hpcendent. Windsor Magazine, Harms worth's Igaziue, Pictorial Magazine. Cassell's New Penny Igiiziiie, Charing Cross Magazine, Cassell's lunJay Journal, Australian Journal, Australian ?me Journal, Weldou's Monthly, Leach's Dress ifccr Battle Smoke, Union Jack. Detective Tales, Ei- Land and .Sea, Boys' First Rate Library, E:iio Bill's Library, Heart's Ease Library, True |e War Library. Illustrated Bits. Sketchy Bits, |Diis. Ally Sloper, Scraps, Snap Shots, Answers. |rson:s Weekly, Cigarette, Photo Bits, Illustrated Ito-Date. Boys' Up-to-Date Novelette, Aldine H. Ijitoy, U-'iristian Herald, Christian Budget, Police lj:et'. World's Comic, Comic Cuts, Comic Life. EreJ Comic, Illustrated Chips, Pick-Me-Upj I I.I'., Spare Moments, Nuggets, Funny Wondcs,' Bian's Life, Home Chat, Hornet's Stories, lers Sfories, Home Storie...

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