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Echoes for the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

Echoes for the Week. Alfred Settree, of Clayton-street Balmain, Sydney, reported to the police on Monday night that while he was at church his house was entered, and a safe, which had been left open, was robbed of cheques and pro missory notes of the total value of about £600. The steamer Ventmoor, which sailed on Friday evening, .took away another large wheat shipment from Sydney, making the second irom thi£ port. The Ventmoor's cargo consisted of 46,638 bags, shipped by Messrs John Darling and Sons. The steamer calls at Port Said fo? orders. The Minister of Defence (Sir John For rest) has called for & return of the different Australian contingents which served and are seeving is the South African war. This ; retura will give details, regarding the sol ! diere sent by each state in each contingent and bhow how many were killed, how many were wounded, and the ultimate destination of those who survived.; . Tlse oouncil of the Oorowa Agricultural Society, at its recent meeting...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sudden Death at Nap Nap. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

Sudden. Death at Nap Nap. Mr Angus Ronald, of Nap fNap, reported to the police on the 18th inst. that a man had died, that (Tuesday) morning, in the travellers' hut on that station. Constable By an, of Maude, proceeded to the locality, and examined the body, which bore no marks . of violence, nor did he consider there were any suspicious circumstances surrounding thfe case. The deceased was o* a delinte ap peararice,'aged about 40 years! dressed in black sa 3 coat and vent, and white moleskin trousers. His swag contained blankets, spare clothes and rations. A magisterial ^inquiry was conducted by Mr W. Honeyruan, J.P., of Maude. From the evidence adduced it appeared that the deceased's name was James Simmonds, and that he had come from Oarlton, Melbourne. Deceased had been working (rabbiting) on Mooloonioo-i station up to four weeks ago, when he went to Moulamein, where he was drinking for a few days. Ten days prior to his death, deceased was seen at Keri Keri by one of the men he h...

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

pNADAMf lonist, Newspaper*: News Agen* |er street, dbniliquin. I ? ? ?„ , „ snndav Times, Arrow, Sporting l?efeiS,th W«ki, Hiwklet, DeniHquin R^i Wndsor Magazine, Harmsworths lepctoS Sa^ne. Cassell's New Penny m cEng Cross Magazine, Cassell's B'jouS Australian Journal, Auetral.an ? Z Veldon's Monthly, Leach's Dress WZ smoke i Union Jack. Detective Tales, t?e«7&, Boys' First Bate Library, fcf,'8 Library Hearts Ease Library, True Kbny Illustrated Bits. Sketchy Bits, Kllv Sloper, Scraps, Snap Shots Answers, Keek V.Cgarette, Photo Bits, Illustrated ?tl BoW-to-Date Novelette, Aldine H. ?gSn Herald, Christian Budget, Police Kir Comic. Comic Cuts, Comic Life, f Comic, Illustrated Chips, Flek-Me-Up, ftnwe Moments, Nuggets, Funny Wondcs, B Lite Home Chat, Horner's Stonep, Isiories, Home Stories, Golden Stories, ? Sd Supplement, Scottish Nighte, ipSess. Family, Pinw.le.Bnd Ladies'Own K Golden Penny, Miller's Annual Sporting K/and Sydney Sportsman. I E. F. HOSKING, Kg., ENGLAND-L.R.C.P...

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The Australian Mutual Provident Society. PROPOSAL TO OPEN IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

The Australian Mutual Provi dent Society. PROPOSAL TO OPEN IN ENGLAND. The particulars of the voting in connec tion with the proposed extension of the Aus tralian Mutual Provident Society's business to England and other portions of the British Empire are now to hand. The following figures show the result of the voting : — NEW SOUTH WALES. Yes ? ... 28,892 No ? ... 40,558 VICTORIA. Yes ... ? 18,737 No ._.. -. 29,283 NEW ZEALAND. Yes ? 18,853 No .. ... ... 10,928 SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Yes ? 10,836 No ? 6,220 QUEENSLAND. . Yes... ... ... 12,482 No ... ... ... 11,458 TASMANIA. . Yes... ... ... 5,029 No ? ... 2,737 WESTERN.; AUSTRALIA. Yes ? r ... 3,733 No ? ... 3,111 LONDON. Yes ? _ 2,200 No ... ... ?; ... ? 541 Total. Yes ... ... ... 95,262 No ... ... ... 104,786

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The Coming Contest. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

The Coming Contest. On Wednesday next the electors of Denili quin will bo called upon to elect a represen tative for the seat in the State Parliament rendered vacant by the election of Mr J. M. Chanter to the House of Eepresentatives. At no other election in this district has there been such a large number of aspirants as on cne present occasion. Six gentleman have thought themselves fit and proper persons to represent this important district, and it may be said each have friends. But nevertheless a great many electors in the town are doubtful as to who to cast their votes for. And we do not wonder at it. It is felt by them that whoever is returned will not represent the majority of voters throughout the electorate, and they are disinclined to record their votes for a candidate who has no show in the final result. There is no burning subject before them, nor do they seem to consider whether the candidates are supporters of Mr See, Mr Lee, or independents. As far as the local candida...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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The Rabbit Pest. SOME IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

The Rabbit Pest. SOME IMPORTANT RECOMMEN DATIONS. An important conference of represen tative of stock boards in connection with the rabbit pest, was held at the Temper ance Hall, Culcairn, on Wednesday. The conference was convened by the Hume Board, on the suggestion of Mr Alex Bruce, Chief Inspector of Stock. The representatives present were: — Mr J.'G. M'Laurin (The Hume) in the chair, Mr. J. G. Balfour (Albury), Mr T. G; Fletcher (Wagga), and Mr A. J. M'Lau rin (Deniliquin). The Corowa^and Gun dagai Boards were tohave been represen ted, but there were no delegates ' from them present, .Mr Alex Bruce, the Chief Inspector of Stock,, was also present. The business proceeded in the main on the . lines adopted by the conference at Narandera;on April 12th. The first re solution carn.e to was: — 'That in the opinion of this conference the whole state of New South Wales should be declared rabbit infested, and wire netting fences be erected where deemed advisable by the Rabbit Board, eith...

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

PUBLIC NOTICE. T. A. FREARSON BEGS to notify his friends and the Public generally that be is severing his connection' with E. W. Holmes ani- Co. on the 4th July next, and that he intends to commence business on his own account as a STOCK AND STATION AGENT in suitable offices at the KovaX HOTKL. REWARD. LOST from Moama, on Sunday, 16th June, 1 medium draught horse branded P on near 8lio«'lrter ; 1 durk brown pony mare, 2£ years old ; ami a bay pony mare 1£ years old; The finder will be rewM-iieft on giving information of their Where abouts 10 — . J. BROWN, Moama Posl Office

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

EXngeof business. I public Announcement. a, rowe Ifss in End Street, carried oa for so many Cur B S.Holt, and hopes by civility and Eentionto business to merits continuance |c patronage. ? _^___^ hertson & Douglas I added a well assorted .consignment of . bckepy & Glass I Ware I large stock of Grocery and Ironmongery I while thanking the public of Deniliquin ? district for their support during t&elast five months, trust by the excellent ijuality I low prices of all their goods to merit a Rinuanco of the same in future. I NOTE THE ADDEEBS : feERTSONi&iDOUQLAS, IaPIER STREET.1DENILIQUIN. . I BIILABONG HOTEL I CONARGG. piES white, ?pleasure in bringing under the notice of the ?Bsuients of . Conar&o and Distbict B the Teavelling Public that he has ?ease of the above well-known Hotel from BogerB. and trusts by keeping only the Aery ?ids of Wines, Spirits, and Beer, «o merit B of support. . B accommodation fob Tea vellebs. ?ret-class stabling. A Tri...

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

Hotel TattePsaSI's, periiligiiiffi«-- ?'? ? A. LEVY ^H (late 'of Melbourne). ^fts to announce that he has taken the above well-known Hotel, which is ^How replete in every comfort and convenience. The rooms are large, well ^^naud, and the Accommodation first-class. Private Suites of Rooms. for ^Hlies.etc. Two Dining Rooms: ' ^BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). .;'. HOT & COLD WATER ^^^K ? 'it' '''' ?? ? '? ' ? ? ? ? ? ^^?Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class ?? . ^^m Groom constantly kept in attendance. ^Hd grass paddocks, loose boxes and yards. ^m\ attention given to Livepy, Bait & Letting ? ^^K'e and Double Harness Horses,-Buggies, Gjgs, etc,', and Ladies' ^^H and GentlenTen's Saddle Hacks always.on, Hire at. shortest ' ..: ^^B notice, and at reasonable rate. ?' , : ' ^^ftches for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from TattersaH's. ' ^H- only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ^^Vsh^i's Special Reserve and Watson's *...

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

I 'r ByTELY PERFECT ?,k for ft. I- ? MKtlOT BWStf relieves la*M*»|Jr TooMuuriie Neuralgia loflneBM, 4ko. : ywywr Wwltfcog* tt.

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

BXacksmiuT^^ Forge, C. LANGSnfl, AH kinds of Buggies and % repairej, Horseshoeingand General Blacfc ing by a Competent Tradesml charges modern - a trial solicited wantedT^ 2,000 PELTS 2,0[ H. i_. JOiNE SADDLER, &c, DENILIQDIK, Gives the Highest Cash Pricef Kinds of Furred Skins, Hides, from 2d to 3}d per ft. Sheepskins, from 4d to 6iife Horsehair, Beeswax, and all kinds of Si A. J. WHITELOl THE KELIABLE TAILOR JU£T lsinclti: .-. W{.-c Mid varWa newest designs in Autumn; and ftt Comprising : English. Irish, and Scout! Worsted Coatings and Trouserings in i Variety. We guarantee a perfe 1'it.iili proachable Vaiue. The Mercery Deinttoa prises all the latest styles in— , i TIES. COLLARS. ; SHIRTS. ! HOSIERY, I MGS,ij ? All Up To D-itb Goods, Remember Our FOX'S ATo 4 SUITS to Orifl still executing at. 69s Cd, tliu Cueajcei Australia. TWEED SUITS from 50s, TUOUSEES J A. J. WHITELOJ THE RELIABLE TAILOE, j Cressy St., Denili NEW GROCERY BUSH AT I WANGANEU4 NOTICE TO DROVERS &...

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Melbourne Markets. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

Melbourne Markets. Wednesday, June 2G. 1 Fat Sheep. -The market was folly BH including a few largo drifts of cm* from Riverina. The supply was uj ? ferent one with regard to qualitj. eojj ing chiefly of medium and useful H with a marked scarcity of merinos. 1 market opened without animaWJ though several pens of extra prime 1 : breds, yet in most instances prices! from 6d to Is per head under foBJj tations. Prime crossbred wettol 19s ; extra prime and heavy, ^;i gooa,14stol6S; middBy,ll|MJ 6d to 17s 6d, with exception i heavy, 18a to 19s 3d; g°od-!2JJ middling, 10s; prime macu. «J 18s; good, 13s 6dto 168fla.«3 ll&9d to 12s 9d^with niermo etsi 6d to 14s. 2d. , . 1 Fat LAMBS—The supply wbijJ''I 9s 6d ; inferior, 6s. j Stock ^^aKad?^S^ movements are reported since i fat sheep, Steam Bams to ^ 1 rail; 170 rams, Waag-^jl,! Euroa, Blackall, QaeajJ -fj-] Trenchard and Oo,; ^'J^jJ wethers, T.G.Wragge,Nar^;gJ by rail; 8 stud rams, . Wangw j Exors.of the if^Sta^i blah; &,998 we...

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D.J.C. Midwinter Meeting. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

D.J.C. Midwinter Meeting. ? THE NOMINATIONS. The following are* the nominations for the principal handicaps to be run at the meet ing of the above club on the 16th and 17th July :— F1B8T Hubdlb Race, op £25. Two and a Quarter Miles. E. G. Henry's i- or Hr g Richard, 5 yrs Miss Ferguson's b m Goodshot, 6 yrs W. T. Maloney.s b g Proposal, 5 yrs A. Finlayson's br m Repose, aged C. F. Del rraga s br g Tournament. aj-«u S. M. Brown's br g Ganymede, aged J. O'Keefe's b g Patent Lock E. S. Bailliere's g g Tiffen, 6 yrs or aged' J. Ciimming's br or blk g Ace, 6 yrs .1. Fitznaaurice's b g Alcinor, 5 yrs T. Elliott's ch k Simon J. Evans' b or br g Turk, aged Miss Hyland's b ra Polly, aged J. Cochrane's br g Myall, aged T. W. McMaster's b g Dickens, aged R. Forrest's Clarice G. G. Cumming's b g Division, 5 yrs Dbntluwtin; Cup. op £40i One mile and a quarter. A. E. Tyson's b h Rio Grande, 3 yrs F. W. Comitri's ch g Q.E.D.. 5 yrs H. Y. Brown's ch g Advance, 4 yrs A. E. Hopewell's br g Carlis, 6 ...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Fourth Sunday after Trinity — Deniliquin, morn ing and evening. Ven. Archdeacon Holt PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCH. Deniliquin — Morning and Evening. Bii'gHiubhjil — Afternoon. Rev. RobeBt Welsh. WESLKYAN CHURCH. Deniliquin ? Morning and Evening. Rev. A. S. J. Harding.

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

Strange Suicide. — On Saturday night last Thomas Henry O'Reilly, aged 37 years, a doctor, who recently came to Sydney from New Zealand; was arrested on a charge of attempted suicide at an. hotel where he was residing in the city. O'Reilly, who had been suiiering from severe mental depression, was locked up, and was kept under close ob servation by the officials during Sunday night. He became more cheerful,, smoking cigarettes and chatting with the police, and he seemed to fall asleep after 6 o'clock, but two hours later it was found that O'Reilly had opened the femoral artery, with the point of a safety pin, and had bled to death. The deceased had informed the police that he had practised as a doctor at Huntly, New Zealand.

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The State Elections. MR H. G. M'KINNEY AT THE TOWN HALL, DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

The State^Eiections. MR H. G. M'KINNEY AT THE TOWN HALL, DENILIQUIN. On Friday evening lost Mr H. G. M'Kinney, a candidate for the Deniliquin electorate, addressed a fairly large meeting in the Town Hall. Alderman F. Jane (Mayor) presided. Mr M'Kinney, who was received with applause, Baid the last time be had visited Deniliquin was aa a Government official. He had been retired from that position, but as he felt equal to a great deal of work to carry on the Bcheme which he had under taken many years ago for the conversation of water he had decided to contest the Deni liquin seat in the State Parliament. The speaker here referred to his connection with irrigation in India, which extended over 11 years, and to his service for 21 years in the emDlov of this State. Thev had often heard of the dilatoriness of Government officers, but other people were also dilatory, and he would read an extract of a report submitted by him on the 8th April, 188.5, recommend ing that surveys should be made...

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

DON'T FORGET ! are the originators of low Prices in the drapery trade. — *— e Lead, Competition follows. — -* — - ECIAL BARGAINS NOW OFFERING. KG bought at a special . Discount we can now give surprise I bargains in all Departments. I LADIES ECONOMISE. ildwin's Beehive Fingering Wool, 2s nd per head reputed lb. fcildren's Black Stainless Hose from 4d. ?dies' Black Stainless Hose from 6d. ?dies' Cashmere Hose, is ; usually sold at is 3d. ?dies' Jackets, Capes, and Gloves at special Cash Prices. I Rember our Prices won't stand Credit. fcnkets, Sheetings, and Calicoes, now being shown at actual Bile prices. EN'S CHESTERFIELDS, Style and Fit Guaranteed. I Hats, Shirts, and Ties. It forget this, we always try to keep it before you I THAT Purchasing power of 20s at our Drapery Store is equal to 25s ?nywhere c'ie. Just think of this and see what a big saving ? will mean. |LF. T. EMRY, I CASH DRAPER, CRESSY STREET. ?—?—————— .1 1, 1 ,.„... „ ? ?DENILIQUIN CYCLE ? AND WINERY AGENCY, B END ST...

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Burglary in Deniliquin. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

Burglary in Deniliquin. In journeying throughout tbe immediate district one cannot help noticing the inviting posters displayed by the Barnum of Denili quin, Mr P. Pagan. That gentleman in vites all and sundry to try his good clothing, good boots, and good tea. But the adver tisements never intended that the invitation should extend to the wee sraa' hours of any morning, yot alone on the Sabbath. But that is what happened early on Sunday morning last. Mr Fagan was away from town on Saturday, and shortly after ten o'clock that evening Mr Fleming securely locked the shop. On Sunday morning he had occasion to visit the premises, when he quickly discovered that the place had been broken into. Suits of clothes were strewn about the floor, boots had been removed from the shelves, in fact the whole of the drapery apartment was in disorder. A hasty inspection soon revealed the fact that the burglars had entered the ad joining yard of Mr Peers, and after breaking the window, which was guarde...

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

Electorate of Deriiliquin. CANDIDATURE OF MR H. G. M'KINNEY. IN offering myself as a Candidate for the Repre sentation of the Electorate of Deniliquin in the State Parliament, I do so on the ground that in my opinion the future progress of the District depends chiefly on Water Conservation and Irrigation. The disastrous droughts of recent years have shown the vital importance of possessing the means of insuring against the losses which such droughts entail. As the means for providing such insurance are at hand, and as 1 have repeatedly in year? past urged on successive Governmeuts the necessity for under taking tbe schemes which 1 prepared, and which the highest available authority on Irrigation has approved of, I now appeal to the Electors to place me in tbe position from which 1 can make repre sentations with most effect. The part of the Electorate lyin? to the north of Billabong Creek and Edward Kivercanbe amply provided for by the proposed Mnrrumbidgee Southern Canal ; while nea...

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The Public Service. REGRADING THE OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

The Public Service. REGRADING THE OFFICERS. The regrading of the Public Service under the provisions of the Act of 1695 has just been completed by the Public Service Board, and the ' Gazettes ' containing the revised salaries of officers as determined by that body have been issued. The following are the particulars of a number of officers in this district :— Hay Land Board Office. F. J. A. Trollope, Chairman of Land Board, £650; D. C. S. Bruce, Clerkin charge, £325 ; W. L. Volckman, Clerkin charge and Crown Land Agent, £290 ; W. O'Hanlon, clerk, £210; H. W. Camper, clerk, £150 ; G. P. Allman, clerk, £60 ; O. Wilshire, Conditional Purchase Inspector and Forester, £275 ; M. T. Day, Conditional Purchase Inspector and Forester, £250 ; G. S. M. Grant, Conditional Purchase Inspec tor and Forester, £225 ; E. Crutchley, office cleaner, £65. Hay Disteict Survey Office. W. G. Walker, District Surveyor, £550 ; J. Broughton, Surveyor, £400; R. N. Somerville, Surveyor, £325 ; S. A. Sseane, Surve...

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