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The State Elections. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

The State Elections. THE NOMINATIONS. The returning officer (Mr Jas. Watson) officially announced the names of the candi dates nominated for the Deniliquin electorate on Saturday morning, as follows : — Joseph George Evans, watchmaker, Cressy street, nominated by H. Lloyd, Francis Sparrow, Alfred James Wh'telock, Thomas Collins, Edwin Jennings, Henry Cobden, Henry JQarkin Jones, Allan Cameron, Thomas Andrew Barnes, James Farquhar. John Lewis, storekeeper, Moama, nomi nated by John H.' Barker, hawker, Moama; Stephen Comifct, Charles B. Jones, Willie Jones, William B. Pol lard, J. M. Dorward, William James Norwood McConnell, David Gerrand, R. J. Eagle. Hugh Geffen McKinney, civil engineer^ Fullers' road, Chatswood, . nominated byL. Harrison, Fred Harrison, John A. Harrison, James Robertson, C. F. De Fraga, Charles B. Jones, Willie Jones, Cyrus Culley, Frederick Jane, A. W. Matthews, H. A. Glyde. Allan Lakeman, land agent, Manly, 'nomi nated by Joseph H. Nixon,' Richard W. Holmes, Jame...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Damages for an Accident. FAGAN v. HANCOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 28 June 1901

Damages for an Accident. FAGAN v. HANCOCK. At the District Court last week, before his Honor Judge Docker and a jury of four, Patrick Fagan proceeded against   John Hancock for £25 damages for the loss of a horse, etc. Mr Windeyer appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Wilkinson for defendant.   Mr Windeyer, in opening the case for the plaintiff, said that on the first of Oc tober, 1900, a servant of the plaintiff was driving a horse and cart over the Edward River Bridge, when by the negligence of defendant his bullock waggon was forced on to plaintiff's cart, thereby causing the horse to be killed and the cart smashed. Defendant by his plea of not guilty ad mitted that his waggon was responsible for the damage, and the only issue the   jury had to consider was the one of negli gence. If they came to the conclusion that there was negligence on the part of defendant, then the plaintiff was entitled to a verdict. The following evidence was taken : — ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Echoes for the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

Echoes for the Week. Mr Samuel M'Caugbey, of Coonong, has: effected some important private sales in Sydney, of his show sheep. Twentynine sheep have been sold for £4,074, viz., 26 ewes 'at 80 guineas each, the ram lamb at 400 guinea^, and the champion and another at 1,400 guineas. . ' ' . . ' The New Zealand Parliament was. opened by commission on Monday.; and the mem* berst^ ere re-sworn . Uespl iitions hi condol ence with the Ktng/oui/^he death of his. mother, and congratulations on his accession were, passed. ' : . The Premier (Me. See) stated on Monday night that if the Government paid every thing , In connectien with the bubonic plague expenditure, the cost, of the Common wealth celebrations, the sending of the con tingents to South Africa, and the' Royal visit, the debit balance for the year would be £152,186, including the refund necessary in connection 'with the. wharf resumptidna. He considered the finances were ' in an eminently satisfactory state. Sir Henry Rawlinsdn1, wh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Moama Police Court. Tuesday, July 2, 1901. [Before Mr F. W. Garstang, P.M., and Mr. W. J. Martin, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

Moama Police Court Tuesday, July 2, 1901. [Before Mr F. W. Garstang, P.M., and ' ?'- ' Mr W. J. 'Martin, J. P.) Daniel Matthews was charged witli having no l&wfiij visible meansof support. He pleaded' Hot guilty. '' * 'Senior-Constable Fortescue deposed that on the nth June he saw a hand-bill Produced, circulated In Moaiiiai; referring to*the.^-Maloga Mission ifor Aborigines of Australia ' stating that defendant, the Misses -MattLe^, and an aboriginal girl. Would conduct ?«, service in the Bible Christian 'CharWValf1 Moama. At the', bottom of the bill it read ' A .collection gvill be taken up fot extending jtlie work.'' On the 13th -in st. witness we^t to the Chapel in question, and heard Ithedefen-, dant address the people there assembled, and at the conclusion he asked for an offertory iu^Bof the Maloga missionary; work femonKtlje aborigines. In his addresf ^^Kaccount, the defendant ap-, peared to B^JPRycareful not to^state any place he A^efiytoj or any person Co whom he s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

[bertson & Douglas I added* & well assorted consignment ef iocker-y & Glass I Ware ' Hd district for their support darfapjbe laat; ?elvenonthB, trust byt*e «ceU#ifcqua1ity Row pri^s of-iU their good*. *- ^nerjt*. Kinuance of the »ame;ji|fat»f e|' ? - |;; H ' ? NOTE THE ADDHESS : .'t fcERTSONi&jPPtJQLA^, KaPIER STBEETjiENIMQUET. ft BILLABONG H OTE ?' CONARGO. llMES WHITER ^m pleasure in bringing under the notice of the ^Pe-idents of Conabgo and District ^E ^)e TBAVEiiMNG Pdblic that he has ^Bleak of tlie above well-known Hotel from ^Ro'ers! and trusts by keeping only the Aery Hy* of Wines, Spirits, and 13eer. to merit ^Ke of support. , : . ' . : ^R ACCOMMODATION FOR 'TBAVKLtEBB. : ' ^Brsfrciass stabling. A Trial Solicited. H JAS. WHITE, ^B .Proprietor. . ^B . (lateof Jerilderie.) IebridGehotel ^?Napier Street, Deniliquin. W. BOUCH IER, ^^B ? .?-????.; ?? ?-. ??--' ?'?'?*?: ? ?-;. ? ^?uES to intimate to his many Friends in ^^Beiiiliquin and District tha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

influenza! Seventy Visits of I the Doctor. ? One Visit oulyfrj Clements Tonio H Required. ? The Case of ^M MRS. ELLEN HOPPING. ^| (Reported /or tfo '?Budget:'] ^H What to do in a case of iBfluenB. , ^M question that most ^thinking peolJli^B answer by «ayin«, 'Send for tffi ?^M .JJ-it the medical profession, !£&* ? -ti.eir own admibsioi., are in the moithdfi ^H ignorance as- to the cause and enre i/u^H malady. It is doubif «1 if their pli^^B of .eooveries compares even favor«bl?S^H these who have had 8imple uutei/ ^^H lu'eu d. pnved of their nostrums L»^H un.l.mbied remedy for this fearful tnL.^H i» at hand, and yet another instance olZ^H effi racy i« furnished by the case of U?^H Eh«, Hoppiig of 43 Drapw-street, S^M Melbourne. This lady, seen by a retort* ^^H free ly tave her experience :— P^^^H 'I was otre of the victima of the epiden.^^1 of iufluenza, that brought death andioZ^^H into tio many Melbourne homes some tju^^l ago. I was laid up in bed for five vreth^^l the doct...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Hellers' Entertaiment. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

The Hellers' Entertaiment. After an absence of eight or nine years this talented combination returned to Deni iiquin yesterday and gave their opening per formance last evening. The hall was quite crowded bv a most anDreciative audience. After a spirited overture by Mr Percy Abbott, Mr G. W, Heller appeared and went through a variety of sleight of hand feats, which he executed in a wonderfully successful manner, and, as the programmes said, ' Did things which seemed impossible.' Mr Harold Carlisle, who has a pleasant voice, gave the vocal item, ' The man behind the gun,' which, being of the patriotic order, brought forth sufficient applause to compel the singer to re-appear. Mr. Heller -then went through a performance entitled, ' Hellerism v. Spiritism. ' ' After securing the services of a committee of two he produced a piece of rope, and after both hands had been secured behind his back and the rope passed round a chair, and his legs also tied,- he entered a cabinet and showed how q...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New South Wales Revenue. A GOOD INCREASE [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

New South Wales Revenue. A GOOD INCREASE _ — — — ^^— . j .j ? The consolidated .revenue for June, amounted to 31,026,4.32,,^ increase .on. the corresponding month of last, year^oj : /6q,563, principally due to railways and income tax. ' For the 12 months -thejre.-, venue reached ?£ib\w\Vli- a nel- ag^rf-; gate- increase . for the year of £390,302.., The principal additions to the' revenue have been as follows:— Stamps, £115,195 income tax, £27.343 ; railways, £$rj,5W$ pilotage and 'harbour dues and ieesr. .£i9»65o; rents, exclusive of land, £14,078. Darling Harbour resumption, £63,77!.!] and Sydney Harbour Trust J(|f 9,301. On the other hand, land revenue shows a decrease of £54,492 ? r. The departments transferred to the Federal Government show decreases as I I r_n-,..,o . ^r,tctnmti /6t;2.?^o : excise, /?I54.53O; postage, £196,984; and tele graph, £37,860; total £'1,041,704. Against. these decreases there is to be set £883,272, balance returned to the state by the Commonwealth. \ ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Suicide at Mooloomoon Station. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

Suicide at JVlooloomoon Station. The coroner, Mr F. W. Garstang, P.M., conducted an inqairy before & jury of nve, Tii., Measrs a. W. Clarke, W. Hames, J. J. Sices, W. Winterbottom and A. Bowden, at Moulamein last week, into the circum . ? .«n..n^;nn tho rfaath or a voune man, 28 years of age, named Richard Oldroyd. Evidence was given by William Thomas, boundary rider; Christopher Irving, overseer ; and John Millar manager of Mooloomoon station-, and by Constable C. A. Bisley, of Moulamein. It appears that the deceased obtaiaed employment at Mooloomoon station early in April, and had informed some of the station hands that ho was suffering from an incurable lung affec tion, While at times he was depressed in spirits and hinted vaguely at committing suicide. With the boundary rider, Thomas, he left the homestead on ftp 22rid of June to go out on the run, amJFafter some time they separated. Thomas :returned to the station as usnal in th&j evening, and as Oldroyd did not...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Two Sisters in Foverty. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

Two Sisters in Foverty. SYiDNEY, Monday. in necessitous circumstances had applied for old-age pensions. The sisters, retired to rest ?.% their usual Jiour last night, and , not making an appearance this morning, and no reply being made to. the knocking at the room, the door was forced open. The elder sister was, found dead in bed, and Had apparently, been dead several hours. Mary Taylor was unconscious, but after treatment a£ the hospital she was to-niglit on a fair way towards re l co very., The medical man detected the odour o? chloral in .the room, but a search I failed to discover any trace of it. Emily Harriet Taylor, aged 62 years, and her sister; Mary Taylor, 'two years younger, rented a small room at Arundel terrace, Glebe^ They had,;iprinerly held eood positions iis governesses;; but being

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Melbourne Markets [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

Melbourne Markets Fat Sheep.— 10,900 yarded. The market opened brisk, and a shade firmer, but, notwithstanding the moderate supply, the demand was not evenly sustained, though prices in many instances ruled slightly in advance of former quotations. Prime crossbred wethers, 17s 9d to 19s 6d ; ex tra prime and heavy, 20s to 21s 9d, few, 28s ; good crossbred wethers, 14s 9d to 16s 9d; middling, 11s 6d; prime cross bred ewes, 14s to 15s 9d ; extra prime and heavy, 16s 6d to 17s 9d; good, 12s to 18s 6d ; middling, 10s ; best merino wethers, 16s 6d to 18s; good, 13s 6d to 15s 6d ; middling, 11s to 12s 6d. Fat Lambs.— 2,760 were penned. The de mand was animated for good and prime qualities at high fignres, while indifferent sorts were in slack request at quotations. Prime sold at 12s 6d to 14s; extra, 15s to 16s 6d ; good, 10s to lls 9d ; second and inferior, 6s to 8s 6d. 'Fat Cattle. — There were yarded at New . market 1320 head, all qualities being re presented. There was a very gcod att...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Judging at Sheep Shows. A SEVERE CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

Judging at Sheep Shows. A SEVERE CRITICISM. The annual meeting of the New South WaS Sheepbreeder's Association was held 0' Saturday night. The financial ^nt^owed^a^ough^oo that they did not possess a suitable build ng in which to^xhibirsheep ^^Mk nLible advantage. Surely ^^m] £S ^astoralists o? sheep on^M cJSq Sse the '£2,000 or £fcooo; ™*M which io provide the necessary aceom modaiob. While' they could flatter when they started seven years ago. Ihe dass of sheep exhibited had' improved but year after year they saw the sane trouble with legard to dividmg sheep into classes, and . in getting judges to Know the difierence between the various classes of sheep and wool; (Applause.) Lamenrl table results followed. The association did everything possible to overcome this I difficulty by appointing the best men ob; tainable to act as judges, but whether the judges did not like to offend the subcepti bilities of sheepbreeders or whether tbey were not competent, the fact remained the results...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

Deniiiquin Hospital. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Committee of the Hospital was held at the School of Art6 on Tuesday evening. There were present Messrs E. B. Cotton (President) in the chair, D. Tennant, H. Lloyd, F. P. Shaw, J. Geraghty, iS. J. Liaman, x. Tyrer, A. B. Jefferson, and M. J. Carew. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Reports. The House Committee reported thatevery th'ng at the Hospital was proceeding satis factorily. There were at present only 12 patients iff the wards, the last month show ing one of the smallest averages for a con siderable time past. The Committee had inspected Tattersall's Hotel, and certain necessary repairs had been noted by the President, and would be fully reported on at the next meeting. Arrangements had been made for purchasing mafctrasses. The President mentioned that a dozen pairs of blankets were necessary at the present time, and should be obtained. Dr. Graham reported that his patients were getting on sati...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Goldsbrough, Mort and Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

QoWsbrough, IVlort atid Co., Limited. The ordinary general meeting of Golds brough, Mort, and Co., Limited, was held in Melbourne on Saturday. Sir W. A. Zeil presided.. The report stated that the reduction of the capital in terms ap proved by the debenture' stock holders, onH rnnfirmed bv the Supreme Court, iiad enabled them to-revalue the assets, to which purpose a sum of £887,736 had been applied, thus establishing the com pany on a sound footing, After provid ing for three months' interest on B deben ture stock the balance to the credit of the profit and loss account was £3458, which goes towards the formation of a; reserve fund. Since la'st'report the directors had a very trying and anxious time, especially with regard toV the securities ofQueeiis? land.jwhere the longest drought on record was experienced. The reduced number of stock on all holdings precluded advan tage being taken of the beneficial and in most places sufficient rains that had since Fallen. Despite tne continued...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AK'OTHEJfc WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

AKOTHER WELCOME. On Wedceciay evening the members of the Prhafo. QcdteU'le Assembly held a Pro-. gressive Euchre taiiy and Dance in honor of the i.-teE ci fee Brothers Druitt. The social gathering, which t?a3 held in the UJiursL oi iiingland ttcnooirooui, vas a pro nQubem success, about 76 ladies and gentle men being present. The Euchre prizes were won by Miss Una Taylor and Mr Guy Jefferson.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

B|a-£ smith' ar^s^l ;ts. langshaJ DESIRES to btimate to Ule rc5ijcnlift , ? quin and surroundiug divtiict j'1'0™ opened as above in the back portion of -.'..'*? n tne Kivenne Saddlery Mmporium anilT^B trict atteation to business to merit a t- m^M supiKWt, ? ? ' dlaicsharM u-.^:' ...... ? ? All kittds i-f Buggies and Wa J V : * HpiaireJ..; .-. ? ^^e^SHrtgaitd General BlacksmiB *:J%0fig.£ Competeht Tradesman. ? ^5^;f RIAL SOLICITED. I . 2,000 . PELTS 2,000.1 H. L-. JONEi ? ?SADDLER. &c, DEXILIQDIN, fl -iiv^es the Hightst Gash Price forB Kinds of Furred -^\^ ? Hides, from 2d to HJil per lb, ? Sheepskins, from 4d to Cd pcilkl Horsehair, Beeswax, find al! kimlsof SiiDdrfl A. J. WHITELOcl j ' THE RELIABLE TAILOR, I JUST landed a larpe and varied assoilfl newest designs in Autumn and Winter (? Comprising: EiiKlish. Irish, and Scotch !«? Worsted Coatings an'd TrouscrnK in oH Variety. We guarantee a perfect Pit. and ^H proachable Value. The Mercery DeparinienM prises all the latest s...

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Welcoming Our Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

Welcoming Our Soldiers. On Wednesday afternoon last Trooper Fred Druitt, after an absence of nearly 16 months in South Africa, returned to Denili quin, and, together with hie brother Cyril (who arrived 301110 little time ago) was wel comed by the Mayor and Aldermen on bebalf of the citizenB of Deniiiquin. It was shortly after 0.90 when Trooper Druitt arrived at the Sportsman's Arms Hote1, at which place the municipal body were waiting, and the Mayor called for three cheers for Troopers Druitt. A start was then made for South Deniliquin, the soldiers occupying a seat in the Municipal drag, followed by a large number of vehicles. On reaching the bridge the drag was met by the members of the Town Band, and hundreds of people joined in the march, the cheering being continuous along the route. Owing to the Town Hall being engaged as a polling booth the young soldiers were invited to the Temperance Hall to have a glass of wine. The Mayor occupied the chair, and the hall was filled with la...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

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Deniliquin Municipal Council. MONDAY, JULY 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

1 ? ' — ? Deniliquin Municipal Council. Monday. Jult l. The ordinary fortnightly meetinR ot Hie above Council was held at the Council Chambers on Monday evening. Alderman F. Jane (Mayors occupied the chair, and there were also present Aldermen Jcffersoa, Perrin, Jones, Latchford, Kelly. Taylor, and G.JEvans. The minutes of the previous meeting were reaa inii confirmed. *- COBBESPONDENCE. Letters were read :— To the Council Clerk, Echuca, j co-operating in the endeavour to have the lockinR ot I the river Murray carried out, and suggesting that a 1 deputation wait upon the Federal Government to urge on the work j to J. M. Chanter, M.HJ1., « weir : to Under-Secretary Department of Public Works, asking that facilities be given to the men in the (thinning camps and cuttings to record their voles; to'*. Jewell, .raying the Council were not satisfied' Witli the material he was using in nis contract, and Warning him thafunlcss he adhere to the specifications that they would take action. Fro...

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