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Open Column. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the views expressed by our correspondents.) THE STATE CONTEST. (To the Editor of the Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

Open Column. [We do «.?£ womanly identify »«*« «-*& the views rxjya'aed t-y our rorrcspoiMcnU.) THE STATE CONTEST. Oo the Editor of the Independent ,) Sib,— In your last issue Mr John Jjbwib charges me with unfairly misquoting him in j regard to his statement that the minimum wage should should be 5s per day, and he ihen proceeds to explain himself. As 1 ,n0M0Winr.irlfintallvrecerred to his contention, I am 'indifferent to the explanation he now of eve. I deny, however, that Mr Lewis used the argument he now advances when before the Deniliquin audience. As to whether Mr Lewis or I am right, I leave to those who were present at his meeting to decide. No one doubts my opponents I abhorence of trick and deception. I Yours, etc., | EICHAED J.. EAMES.

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An Old Deniliquinite. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

An'Old Dettiiiquinite. No'doubt'many old residents of Denih- j quin will be]pleasfedtto read the following farewell to Servant Burrows (brother ot Mrs W. Elliott, of North Demliqum), «,v.,vii tonk 'nlace a\ Brewarrina on his recent promotion'to Nyngan: — At thePolice Court, held at Brewarnna, | the local magistrates; availed|fthemselyes of the opportunity of officially saying 'iGood-bye ' to Sergeant Burrows, who was to leave by train the following morn ing to proceed to Nyngan, where he is to take charee'of the police [department m that town. Sergeant Burrows has been stationed in Brewarrina for about two years, but during that short period ne succeeded in winning the esteem of every man and woman through unassuming, but withal straighfmanly course he pursued in the discharge of his onerous duties, *nA fnr his exemolarv actions as a citizen. He is a man— not only in form— who possesses sound common-sense, and I in exercising his mental faculties he al vavs expressed his opinions fe...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

Deniliquin Lincensing Court. ? On Wed nesday morning last before Messrs Garstang Noyesand Kilpatrick, Licensing Magistrates, the following renewals of publicans' lincenses were granted :— George Baylfes, Wanga nella ; Isabella Beatlon, Cochrane Creek ; John W. Clarke, Moularaein ; John Bott,' John T. Bouchier, Thomas Collins, James Devlin, John Geraghfcy, Mary Gialieri, Catherine L. Hennessy, James McKenzie, , oraney a. jxorwood, Samuel J. Outram, 1 atrick Page, John Piircel.!, Francis Sparrow Harry T. Trist, John W. Webb, William White, William Morran and Isabella Youn^, i Deniliquin ; Elizabeth Everitt, Mora^o ? William Johnston, Pretty Pine ; Sarah E. Pitman, Conargo ; Samuel Porter, Booroor ban; Michael Warren, Moulamein ; James White, Conargo; Joseph Field, Conargo Road. Deniliquin Football Association. — The usual weekly meeting of the alove was held on Tuesday evening last at the Globe Hotel. There were present Messrs H. L. Jones I (President) in the chair, J. Ptoss, J. Emry ...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

Sporting Niems. ?-^ — inv Welleslev.1 [?] X™Tv Curb ne, three (La Carabine George ^JSSSSb the Musket blood are represented by 38 lioises. . The New Realand horse Cavaliero, nominated for the VRC Grand National, was reported in the files \ !t 10 hand from New Zealand to be under a cloaa, Sd to be gain* short in his work. He is desoubed ana to_oe fe«''n t.houcht hs indis Si be ^nly temporary In the Grand Konal Hurdle Race at Auckland Cavaiiero has to carry top weight-12st. 131b. Redeemed, who won a couple of races at the Moo-eheTd meeting, scored again ?»**$£-££ he took the principal handicap *' W'™* ™ meetin' The handicapper was thought .to nave S a liberty with TheVatcudog in treating him as a non-stayer (the distance was a mile and two and a half furlong), and awarding ; hi* only Sst 121b The Newrarvlret Handicap wjimei »aO «.- co Singly made favourite, hut he did not even 5 to get a place. Tlvs, however, by no means S conclusively that the Watchdog is a non stayer. One swallow doe...

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

BJacfc smith and Shoeing Forge. C. LANGSHAW, T\ESIRES to intimate to the residents of Denili xJ quin and surrounding district, that he has opened as above in the back portion of the premises of the Riverine Saddlery Emporium, and trust by trict attention to business to merit a fair share of support. AH kinds of Buggies and Waggons repaired. Horseshoeing and General Blacksmith ing by a Competent Tradesman. CHARGES MODERATE. A TRIAL SOLICITED. WANTED. 2,000 PELTS 2,000. H. l_. JO N E1S, . SADDLER, &c, DENILIQUIN, Gives the Highest Cash Price for all Kinds of Furred Skins. Hides, from 2d to 3Jd per lb. Sheepskins, from Id to 6d per lb. . Horsehair, Beeswax, and all kinds of Sundries. A. J. WH1TEL0CK, THE RELIABLE TAILOR. JUST landed a large and varied assortmen' newest designs in Autumn| land Winter Good Comprising: English, Irish, and Scotch Tweeds Worsted Coatings and Trouserings in endles Variety. We guarantee ia perfect Fit, and unap proachable Value. The Mercery Department...

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Farmers' and Settlers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

Farmers' and Settlers', Association. A meeting of the above Association was held on Wednesday afternoon for the purpose of selecting a candidate for the forthcoimng elections. Mr G. Evans (President) occupied the chair, and eleven other mnmliprc waro r»-.ac,r~j. T? Tw ^°rresP°ndence a letter from Mr ii. W. Mann resigning his position as a member. Mr R. Armstrong moved that Mr R. T. games be the elected candidate of the Deniliquin Branch of the Farmers' and Settlers Association. Mr B. E. Taylor seconded the motion. Ihe farmers he had spoken to agreed that Mr Eames held their views, and also possessed the necessary ability to expound I Mr R. W. Holmes moved that Mr A Lakeman be the selected candidate, lliat gentleman, in his opinion, was the most fitted to represent them. He had bad nine years Parliamentary experience, and his authority on land matters was unquestionable. The motion moved by Mr Holmes was not seconded. The President stated that eight proxy votes had been received. Two...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

Church Services. CHDRCH OF ENGLAND. Third SnnHay after Trinity— Demhquin, morning and evening. Wangnnella — Morning. Pretty Tine (.Mr McMillau's)— Afternoon. Ven. Archdeacon Holt PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Moioco— Morning. Deniliquin— E veniug. Rev. Robert Welsh. WESLEY AN CHURCH. Deniliquin ? Mornin? and Evening. Mr G. JO vans' Selection— Afternoon. Wanganella— Friday, 28th June. Rev. A. S. J. Harding. Hartwood— Afternoon. Mr A. T.Emry. The Hay Municipal Council decided to co operate with the Echuca Council in urging | the Federal Parliament to have the Murray I River locked, and suggested that the Mur rumbidgee River should be included in the The dead body of a traveller, name un known, Mas found at Nap Nap, 50 miles from Hay. The police are investigating the case, and an inquiry will be held.

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Deniliquin Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

Eouin Municipal Council. I usual fortnightly meeting of the 1 uM at the Council Chambers on l^velg The Mayor (Alderman W ,niA(l the chair, and there were ?°rriltoen Latehford, Kelly, |g. Evans, Jefferson, J. (*? Uvans, ? and Jones. Iminutes of the previous meeting were Kd confirmed. W CoBEESPON»ENOE. Ls -were read :— To Secretary Hospi Eatding cheque from Mr Lewis for K to W Eames, accepting tender; ?he Echuca Borough, asking all Kalities along the Murray Eiver to ?ursine upon the Federal Parliament ?esSty of locking the Murray. Knan J. G- Evans said there was Kt about the importance of the work ?ntoposed that this Council co-operate, ?Lsted that a deputation of Mayors ?the Federal Government. ?man G. Evans said that Federal Kg (especially those representing South K) seemed agreed that the river H,e locked. . ?man Perrin concurred with thejim Kof the work, but thought it inadvis Korce the matter on the Government Khe Federal machinery was j got.ibto Haotion was carried. HO* Clarke, ...

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Deniliquin Quarter Sessions. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. (Before His Honor Judge Docker.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

Deniliquin Quarter Sessions. Wednesday, Juke ig. (Before His Honor Judge Docker.) The court opened at 10.15 a.m., and the following cases were dealt with ;— BREAKING, ENTERING, AND STEALING. William Leeson was charged with break ing, entering, and stealing at Barham. \ ? „„,! »u^»H o-niltv and was sentenced to two years imprisonment in Deniliquin gaol. SHEEP STEALING. Tames Walker was charged with steal ing one sheep at Poon Boon station on June 2nd, the property of the Australian Mortgage, Land and Finance Coy.. Ud. Accused pleaded not guilty. The follow ing jury was worn :— Martin Bolger, Thos. Macquire, R. J. Lewis, G. Gall, F. B. S. Falkiner, C. Bradford, J. McGrogan, T. Rose, R. E. Mapperson, J. Martin, 11. ?RPlhin. and W. Mitchell. Evidence was taken as follows : — Patrick O' Sullivan, labourer, deposed that he was working for the accused at a brickkiln at Nyah, about 17 miles from Swan Hill. On Sunday, June and, wit ness was with accused and he said let ..„ — *« TinHnrler (ab...

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

mdMb Brand BtOAITfTI relieve! instantly Beattafclte. Toothache Neuralgia Influenza, 4feo. t hotel Tattersall's, Demliquin. E. F. DE PRAGA ?GS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete th every comfort ?and convenience. The rooms are large, well ventilate , and the Accom ?on first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Families,, etc! Two Dining MATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER H Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class B Groom constantly kept in attendance. Bd grass paddocks, loose boxes and yards. fcj attention ggven to Livery, BaSt & f Lettarig Higlc and Double Harness Horses, Buggies, Gigs, etc., and Ladies' ? and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always on Hire at shortest I notice, and at reasonable rate. Beaches for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from Tatter/sail's. ?0. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. B Usher's Special Reserve- and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty. Bfirstclas billiard table ...

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

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MR. J. G. EVANS AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

MR. J. G. EVANS AT THE TOWN HALL. On Tuesday evening last Mr; J. G. Evans, a can didate for the Deniliquin electorate in tbe State Parliament, addressed a large meeting in the Town Hall. The Mayor occupied the chair, and briefly introduced the candidate. Mr. Evans said it bad frequently been his privi lege to stand on the platform and ask for municipal honors and on every occasion the ratepayers had returned him. He was now before them in a net* character— a candidate for the State Parlia. ment. It was a big job, but tho scat had been ren dered Tacant through their old and respected mem ber, Mr. J. M. Chanter, being returned to the HouBe of Representatives. If Mr. Chanter had been a condidate, he (Mr. Evans) would not have been in tire field. The fiscal issue being in the hands of the Federal Parliament, there were no burning questions before the country. As usual, there were two parties, but both had changed their names, and were called Progressive and Liberal. Both manifestos were...

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State Parliament Elections. MR ALLAN LAKEMAN ADDRESSES THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 21 June 1901

State Parliament Elections. MR ALLAN LAKEMA.N ADDRESSES THE ELECTORS. Mr Allan Lakeman delivered his opening address to the electors on Thursday evening at the Town Hall, when Alderman George Evans presided, and between 150 and 200 electors were present. The chairman having introduced the candidate, Mr Lakeman commenced by briefly outlining his public career. He mentioned that he was elected an alderman in Hay a number of years ago, and three times occupied the mayoral chair in that |3wn. He was then eleoted as a member of the legislative Assembly of New South Wales and represented the large and important district of which Hay was the centre. For three successive parliaments he had the confidence of the electors there, and during that time he could say he honestly did what he thought was his duty in the interests of the people he represented. The divisions were then split into single electorates, and Mr Newton and himself ran in the one interest against Mr James Ashton. Mr Ashton wa...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

Sporting Mems. in? Wkllem.ky.I Atcdia wns nominal favourite for tlie v u.i.. Grand National Hurdle Ilace after his victory at Caufield on Saturday, and Laceby occupied a simdar position in connection with the Grand Nat ion:- 1 steeplechase. Both were backed strait-lit out and in doubles on the course. During the settling on Saturday a set market over the;-e two events will probably be established. The betting on them has so far been very mild. There iB no gainsaying the fact that Laceby has a great chance in the V.H O. Grand National Steeple chase if he stan.ls. He won again on Saturday, talc ing the Wanda Steeplechase at Caulfield in great style. A fine, bold fencer, he has also pace, and with only 9st. 121b. to carry at Fleinin»ion he is likely to lead them all a merry dance. At one time on Saturday Laceby was very weak in the betting, 5 to 1 and in some places 6 to I being freely offered against him, but at the last moment firmed to 4 to I. Laceby made nearly all the running. He ...

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ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

BCHDCA. ' The rccenr rains have had an effect on the riyprs md on Monday the Murray registered 12ft. lOin. Above summer level. Almost \ the whole of . the ATtirray steamcra left with large cargoes for down river ports. The Shannon, the largest boat on this end of the river, on Monday left with cargo and passengers. . The '.stock sales at. Echuea on Paturday Inat were well attended. The entry of stock was large, and the fats were eagerly competed for, though stores r-erednllof sale. Quotations :— Fat cows, prime. £8 17s fid to £10 ]s; fat bullocks, £8 Us; fat Monrs, £7 1 2s; fat heifers, prime £8 Is ; store bullocks £5 2s Oil ; store steers. £3 5s to £4 5s ; Hiore cows. £2 4a ; yearlings, £2 Is ; calves, £1 2s to £1 17s fid ; springers, £4 14s. Sheep. — A fair yarding, consisting principally of ful.s. Prices rcHlised wwe folly equnl io latc'gwd rates. Quota tions :— Crosshrr-d \v«ih--rs If!* iJil ; cross I: rod evves. )'?-?- 4 -] ; merino v ires.' ] 'A* fi,-| : Jut himb*. D* 3d io I*...

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Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

Over the Border. MRLBOUUXK. Thp cnroninl inquiry into the circnm'stnTinp'! =nr rnnndin^ (he death ot a ynun-f girl n.imeil Kmma Is:ibel ({anJinrr, en'ploy«yi nt the Denton Mat Sliils, was oim»inne-l by Mr Witt, J.i'., nt the Alfrml Hos pital on Sni unlay. Edward Shaw, manager of the Denton Hat Mills, ijave evidence tn the effpet that on the 19th inst... deceased, who was emplojed as a fnr forcer, wa9 brought 'o him finfFerinjj from a Tory small isore on her forefinger. He fe.nt her to the chemist, f he evidence of I -r Elvans was that the deceased was suffering from tetanus.^ The c^u=e of death wrs respir^tiTy failur«; and exhaustion, the . result of poisoning from tetanus buccilhi?. This perm, which could not exist in daylight, probably pnierert the fkin of the rabbit while in its burrow. When operating on this skin, the porrn had entered Into the sore when coming in contact, with it. Jopeph Gabriel, chemist of Abbotsford, deposed that he had dicssfid the dec sod's finger on Thursd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

PE* Startling -^ Sterling Testimonx/ to the merit of * I Dr. Williams' Pink Pil|8 for Pale People. I Dull Aching BacK Pains Cured* I I Mr. W. H. Tymr, of Soutbport, Tasmania, kindly send. 1 I this letter:— ' I have suffered for years with a bad back I I 1 1 experienced dull, aching pains in the small of the back I which have been w. bad at times that 1 had to lay «* % 1 fbr weeks together. I tried everything that I could think of I The dectors could do me no good. Then I bought a German I ft electric belt, which did me little or no good. Sometimes I ® I Yl was all right ; but then, again, I would bo troubled with 6 I @ indigestion very badly, so badly that I was even a/raid /oil H take food.. When I came to Queenstown, I thought I would I I *' try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. I found I I f- great relief from the first brat ; the Ihird box put me all right ; I am « I H on the fourth box now. / am happy to say that I ain in ih best I H of health now ; all symptoms pf my a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

A large shed, capable of containing one million three hundred thousand bushels of wheat, with proper loading appliances, will be immediately erected at Darling Island. Ajgreat scandal has^ariseri at Welling ton in connection with' the concentration of the vbhinteeis for 'the Royal visit. Nine hundred mounted infantry, in camp, were left without food and without forage for. their horses. Being disgusted, the mutinous troopers paraded near Govern ment House, where the Duke. was hold ing arieVe£,'and sang the 'Dead March.' The commandant, in a white heat of rage, called the men infernal curs and cowards. The names of the principal offenders were taken. The men simply laughed hr the officers' faces. ?'?-+)' An American military attache j-with 'the- British Army in South Africa reports that if the British had been less bravo, there would have been many less faults and more ' victories. The officer in .question refers to the slowness of General Buller's advance after the relief of Ladysmi...

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Public School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

Public School Concert. The concert held on Thursday evening j of last week by the pupils of the Superior ? Public School was an unqualified success, the Town Hall being crowded with parents and friends anxious to witness the training tne cniiuren receive ouisiae 01 the routine instruction of ordinary school life. Some of the items were especially good, chief of which was the floral march by the senior girls, the evolutions of the various performers showing careful train ing. The dumbell excercises by tha senior boys was a treat to witness, and ' parents must be grateful to know that j the head master, Mr H. C. Langley, in tends to continue the teaching of this healthful exercise. A word of praise is due to Miss G. Wyse and Miss F. Glyde, who contributed two overtures on the piano and violin respectively during the evening, and Miss Garnette Wyse, who , acted as accompanist. The following programme was gone through : — Overture (piano and violin), Misses G. Wyse and F. Glyde ; part s...

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The Nationals. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

The Nationals. The following horses still remain in the Grand National Hurdle Race and Steeplechase after the declaration of the first forfeits :— GRAND NATIONAL HURDLE EA0B— Three miles, st. lb. Bt. lb. Record Reign ... 12 12 Sardine ? 10 0 Cavaliero ... 12 7 Rickshaw ... 10 0 Carbinier .. ...11 7 Dictator ? 10 0 The Pirate Mng 11 3 Rock Forest ... 9 12 Cynic ? 11 1 Bruce ? 9 12 Beau Brummel ... 10 12 Eail of Canick... ? 12 Eeneater ? 10 12 Shoddy ? 9 11 Nansen ? 10 11 Arcadia ? 9 9 .Rosemont ... 10 10 Grev Eonald ... .9 9 Aquarius ? lu 10 Sapir ? 9 8 Eawdon ? 10 10 The Armourer .... .9 7 Lowland Chief ... 10 10 Ossory ... ... 9 7 Mystery ... ... 10 7 Korowai ? 9 6 Rackstraw ... 10 5 President ... 9 4 Right Honorable 10 5 Bingara ? 9 0 Goldfinder ...10 3 British Peer ... 9 0 Mine ... ... 10 3 The African ... 9 0 Bounal ... *.. 10 2 Sodawat.er ... 9 0 Le Solcil ... ... 10 1 Coat of Arms ... 9 0 GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASE— About three miles and a turiong. Bt. lb. Bt. lb. Bethnal ......

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