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

?otel Tattersall's, Deniliquin. I A. LEVY ^B (late of Melbourne). ^?S to .unonnce that he has taken the above well-known Hotel, which is ^Biw replete in every comfort and convenience. The rooms are large, well ^Kitd, and the Accommodation first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Hl .. ^tc. Two Dining RoomS H ? — i— :xV— — ? Hvi'H ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & -J0LD WATEF ^?stabling Accommodation isfunsitrp&ssed m the Colony, A first-class ^B Groom constantly kept in attendance. H) GRASS PADDOCKS,^ LOOlSE BOXES ANI? -ARDS. Hi attention given ^o Livery, Bait & Letting ^He and Double Harness Horses, Buggiesii Gig', etc., and Ladies' ^m and -5entl^nien]kJi^ ^B notice, and at reasonable rate. ^Relies for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from TattersalPs H. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ^?IMier' Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies. a. Specialty. KlRST-CLAS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. J A. LEVY, Proprietor. m I K You n...

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

r^ DON'T JFORGET ? ARE THE ORIGINATORS OF LOW UlCES |N THE DRAPERY TRADE. re Lead, Competition follows. S — — ; . feCIAL BARGAINS NOW OFFERING. r -? _____ ?NG bought at a special Discount we can now give surprise I bargains in all Departments* I UADIEIS ECONOMISE. Baldwin's Beehive Fingering Wool, 2s nd per head reputed lb. ?hildren's Black Stainless Hose from $d. ladies' Black Stainless Hose from 6d. fcdies' Cashmere Hose, is ; usually sold at is 3d. Kdies' Jackets, Capes, and Gloves at special Cash Prices. I Retnber out* Prices won't stand Credit. ?ankets, Sheetings; and Calicoes, now being shown at actual Hale prices. ; ?EN'5 CHESTERFIELDS, Style and Fit Guaranteed. .. ? Hats, Shirts, and Ties, I't forget this* we always try to keep it before you I THAT ?purchasing power of 20s at our Drapery Store is equal to 25s Any where e.se. Just think of this and see what a big saving ?twill mean. Ilr t. emry, I CASH DRAPER, CRESSY STREET. Blent Order of Foresters' Life ? Insurance Society....

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

PUBLIC NOTICE. T. A. FREARSON BEGS to notify his friends nnd the Public generally that he has severed his connection with K. W. Holmes & Co., and that he has now commenced business, on his own account, as STO ?K, STATION, INSURANCE, and GBNEBAL COMMISSION AGENT, in suitable ©fieri, at the Royal Hotel, Disiliquin. Deniliquin MuniciMH . Council. ? APPLICATIONS. I A PPL1CATIONS are invited r,, , I A. Monday, July 15. at 6 ,,m '^ «? competent to fill the positioi of GAlul^H the above Grfncil. Wages-£2 25 pjr JmJ \^U I'y order, ' H T.C. GILLIES, ? ? . ? Co«ncil Clai, H Deniliquin Muni^fB Council. I TENDERS, I rilENDERS 'are invited returnable at 5 .„' H 1 Monday, July 15th. for uIr[i\?*;JH Charlotte Streets. ^'M™ Speciacatioas at office of the Undersigned ^| Lowest or any tender not necessarily^,:^ ^| Deposit, with e.icli tender £l in cash H uiaaked good by banker. wlf^^H By order, ^^M 'J. C. GILLIES, ^| Council Clii^H 3O SHILLINGS REWARH LOST ten days ago from yard at Chinese Ci...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deniliquin Police Court. THURSDAY, JULY 4,1901. (Before the Police Magistrate). [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

Deniliquin Police Court. Thursday, July 4, 1901. (Before the.Police Magistrate). Gilbert Beaumont summoned J. Boss, jtinr., for damaging plaintiff's net valued at ll. After evidence had been given by two boys named Hutchinson and White for plaintiff and by the defendant and Frank Bullivan, the Police Magistrate said tnere was not sufficient evidence to convict, anl the defendant was discharged. Harriet Goldstone v. Frank Sparrow. The information charged defendant with re fusing to deliver up possession of the land and premises, known as the Globe Hotel, after demand of possession had, been made. Mr Windeyer appeared for plaintiff, and Mr Wilkinson for defendant. Harriet Goldstone deposed she was the wife of F. A. Goldstone, and resided in Bal larat, Victoria. She knew defendant, who rented the Globe Hotel from her under the lease produced. The Police Magistrate here read the lease, and thought the Conrt had no jurisdiction to hear the case. Mr Windeyer submitted that the Court had j...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farwelling Mr Elliott. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

Farwelling fir Elliott. On Friday evening last about 50 tfentlemen, representative of Ihu town nnd district, met at the ltoya! Hotel to present mi illuminated address and purse of 40 sovereigns to Mr J. G, Elliott prior to bis departure to Nnsleton. The Mayor presided, nnd prosped the toast of the evening, lie was sure he only echoed the senti ments of all present when he 6aid he was sorry to ]osc Mr Elliott, as during bis 11 years residence in Deniliq°in be had been a splendid townsman and an estimable citizen, and in his official capacity courteous and obliging. As there were several gentlemen tospeak after him he would conclude by wishing Mr Elliott and family long life and happi ness. (Cheers.) Mr D. Tennant could reiterate all the Mayor hnd said. It must indeed be a pleasure to Mr Elliott to see this representative gathering present to wish him good-bye; Since coining to Deniliquin he had frequently been brought into contact with Mr Elliott, and he was not only an obliging offi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
D.J.C. Midwinter Meeting. THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

D.J.C. Midwinter Meeting. THE WEIGHTS. The following weights have been declarer! for the events named to be run at the Deniliqain Jockey Club's meeting on July 16 an.l 17. :— Fiust Hurdle Kaoe, op- £25. Two and a Quarter Miles. st. lb. S. fit. Brown's brg Ganymede, aged ? 41 7 Miss Hylund's b in Polly, aged ? 10 13 J. Coclirane's br jc Myall, aged ? 10 5 J. O'Keefe'sbg Patent Lock, aged ... ...10 3 T. Elliott's ch tt Siniun, 5 yrs ? 9 13 K. Forrest's ch m Clarice. 5 yrs ... .~ 9 12 A. Finlayson's br m Repose, age.l ? ? i- 1 1 J. Evans' b or br g Turk, ageJ ? 9 10 G G. Gumming1): b g Division, 5 yra ? 9 10 K. G. Henry's to or br g Biciiard, 5 yrs ... 9 10 J. Ciimniing's br or blk g Ace, 6 yrs ? 9 5 J. Fitzmaurice's b g Alcin -r, 5 yr«s ... ... 9 4 W. T. Malouey.s b g Proposal, 5 yrs ? 9 0 ?C. F. DeFrajja's br g Tournament, aged ... 9 0 T. W. Mcllaster's b « Dickens, 6 yra or aged 9 0 E. S. Bailliere'sg g Tiffen, 6 yrs or aged ... 9 0 Miss Ferguson^ b m Goodsuot, 6 yrs DBNrtiQCiN Cup,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

1 A fierce encounter has takon place between the Christians and Albanians at Gussfje. During the fighting seven Christians were killed. Mr William G. Walker, district sur veyor of Hay, has been appointed to a similar position at Tatnworfch, and Mr John Broughton, staff surveyor at Deniliquin, has been promoted to v district surveyor at Hay.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The State Elections. POLLING IN THE DENILIQUIN ELECTORATE. MR. J. G. EVANS RFTURNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

The State Elections. POLLING IN THE DENILIQUIN ELBOTOEATE. MR. J. G. EVANS EPTURNED. The great battle for the election of candi dates for the State Parliament in this colony is now over, but it is too early to say which party it has ended in favor of, whether the Progressives or Liberals. Wednesday had been proclaimed a public holiday throughout the State, which enabled a great many, in this electorate at all events, to record their Votes. During the last week a great deal'.bf interest had been taken in the local contest, the six: candidates who were nominated all going to the poll. Precisely at 8 o'clock on Wednesday morning the local booths were opened, the booth at the Town Hall being in charge of the returning officer, Mr James Watson, with Mr J. Heriot as poll clerk ; and the second booth at the old Telegraph office was presided over by Mr J. Kelly, Mr E. T. Matthews acting as his poll.cler.k. Even at the early hour of opening the canvassers of the several candidates were out c...

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

?JOHN ADAM, Icconist, Newspaper* News Agent ?pier street, deniuquin. m Referee, Sunday Times, Arrow, Sporting BnSSlSith. Worker, Hawklet; -iDenillquili I* Windsor Magazine, Harmsworthn ?'fpUJal Magazine, CassellV New Penny ? ' Charing Cross Magazine Cassell's ?Lr Journal, Anstmlian Journal, Anstrahan ?journal, Weldon's Monthly, Leach's Dress RaS Smoke, Union Jack. Derechve Tales, Kand mt Sea, Boys' Fin* Kate Library, ?T mil's Library. Heart's EaBe library, True K Library, Illustrated Bite, Sketchy Bits, K« AllvSloper, Scraps, ; Snap -Shots, Answers, K'» Weekly, Cigarette, Photo Bits, Illustrated Kate Boys' Dp-to-Date Novelette, Aldine B. K Christian Herald, Christian Budget, Police ?['World's Comic. Comic Cats, Comic Life, B Comic, Illustrated Chips, Pick-Me-Up, ? Snare Moments, Nuggets, Funny Wondcs, Mi's Life, Home Chat, Horner's Stories,: K Siories, Home Stories, Golden Stories.' H^ Herald Supplement, Scottish Nights, ^?s Princess. Family, Fireside, and Ladies 'Own Kt'es, Golden ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

BCHUOA. By last Friday uight's train, the Minister of Lands (Mr D. J. Uuifgau), Miuister of Agriculture (Mr J. Morrissey), Sir John M*lutyre, Mr J. Cullen, Ms.L. A., accompanied by Mr ikpwn, private sec.e tary to Mr Uuggan, arrived, and on Saturday morn ing drove out to the lorruuibarry instate, wnicli has been offered to the tiovernmeut for purchase for the purposes --f closer sottlemest. The visitors were met at the head works of the irrigation plant con nected with the estate by Mr Hogeis, the manager, and were driven over the wiioltt of the property. The land is especially fitted for irrigation, having a fine- level appearance, tending, if auyuiiug, to at gradual fall from the headvruiks. Of c uri-e, at this. season of the year, the land was semi at its worat, especially as tli*1 season has been such a bad -»ue. Still, the adaptability of tiie laud tor agriculture under irrigation could not fail to be icco^mseil. The result of the visit will be made known? fii due ,-!ourse. The ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land Appeal Court. THREE LOCAL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

Land Appeal Court. THREE LOCAL CASES. The following reserved decisions were given by the Land Appeal Court, Sydney, last week : — The appeal of Sarah Perrignon against the appraised annual rent of her condi tional lease No. 1900-4, Deniliquin (the Union Bank of Australia, Limited, mort gagees), was sustained, the Court holding that the appraised rental value determined by the board, viz., 6d per acre, was too high. The- Court fixed the rental at 5d. The appeal of T. Perrign»n against the appraised rental value of his conditional lease No. igoo-5, Deniliquin, was sus tained. The Board appraised the rental value at' 6d.per acre, but the Court re duced it to 5-1 per acre. . The appeal of J. Evans against the appraised value ot Crown improvements on his homestead selection' No. 1900-8, Deniliquin, was sustained, the full amount of tie improvements being determined by. the Court at L106 3s 3d, instead of at the board's valuation of Lui 17s. The con tention of the appellant in this case w...

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

Over the Border. MELBOURNE. The funeral of the lute Mr W.I. Winter-Irving, which took flnce on Saturday, wnn cue of the JoDnuRt that Iihs ever bceu seen at the Brighton Cemetery. The Rev. Dr. Marshall held a s|-eciKl service u( t lie late resi'teuce of the deceased gentle man prior t-- the muring of the corieue, and he also reau me iiiuenti service ai me f-'mve. i lie pan bearers ware, Sir Henry Wrixon, Mw-rs N. Thorn ley, N. Fit?iscrald, F.Urimwude, And W. McCullocli, Ms.L.C, Senator Sir F. Sar^ood. Mr U. H. Jenkins, clerk of the State Parliament. Messrs H. S. \\vhitink', J. Alison, and Colonel Tom Price, The chief mourners were the sons of the deceased, also Sir John Forrest, Sir Malcolm M'fiacharn, tienalor Fraeer, Messrs C. J. Ham, Edward Miller, William Campbell, Rdmund Smith, Ms.L.C,, and Mr John Sawere. Wreaths were sent by the Victorian Government and several representative Australian men and institutions. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr A. A. Sleight. In con...

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

OTHER ELECTORATES. The. polling for the various electorates in this State on Wednesday was heavy. In many constituencies there was a redundancy of candidates. All the Ministers were re elected. Mr Ash ton, for Goulburn, and Mr Pegan, for Wickham, were returned. Amongst the defeated were Sir das Graham, at Belmore division ; Mr Young, at Mann ing; Mr Molesworth, at Erskine ; Mr Gar land, at Woolahan ; Mr Spruson, at Gipps ; Mr Lees, at M'Lean; Mr Morgan, at Hawkesbury. Several new men were elected principally labour condidates. The approxi mate state of the parties is : —Ministerial 40; Opposition, 43 ; Independent, 20 ; Labour, 22. It is understood that Independent and Labour are classed as Ministerial. The following are the latest returns to hand. Annandale — Mahoney. O. Armidale — Wilson. M. Albury— Griffith. I. Ashburnham — Raymond. L. Alma — Williams. . L. Argyle— Rose. M. Balinain, North — Storey. L. Balmaid, South — Law. L. Broken Hill — Cann. L. Botany— Dacey. O. Burrowa — Ne...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

m~ Startling -** Sterling Testimony to the merit of Dr. WilliamafPink Pil|8 fpr Pale People, 'i 1 Dutt flchtn£ BacK Pains Cured, I Mr. yr. H. Ttier, of Southp&rt, Tasmania, kindly sendi I i this letter:—* I have; sbffered for years with ,a bad back.^ I ! experienced (tall, aching pains in the small of the back which havo bean so bid at i*™** -hat 1 had to lay u\ /br weeks tvgmkr. I tried erer^hing that I could think of , The doctors cottb eie no good! ^hen I bought a German electric beV I^K* «iri me little or no good. Sometimes I 1 was all rigjttpPit then, again, I would be troubled with indigestion i*i^ba%, so badly that I was even a/raid /» take food. ^Bbt^ came to Queenstown, I thought I would trjr Dr. WiLOBii' Pink Pills for; Paw People. I found I great relief froofthe first box ; the third box put me all right ; I am on the fourth box now. 1 am happy to sqy that 1 am in the foil of health now ; alt symptoms of my ailment hact disappeared, giving me, at it were, new life...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 5 July 1901

Sporting Mems. IliY WKLLKSUCV.] Mr E. H. Knight took the Uovehill June Handicap on Saturday with the Carbine hone Priuce Carbine who whs not entered for uuy of the big spring events. Sir LeouunJ, who carried itet. 71b. to vic tory in the two-year-old went, is, however, in both Cups, and iu the Metropolitan. He in by imported lmnetuti. and scums to be a tiiuirt hurt of a uoli. Hauler, the Hurdle Kaee winner at Uoseliill, was haudicaped at 9st. 101b. for ttie V.lt.O. Grand National Hurdle Hace, but did uot accept. He is owned by Mr M. Wlritty. The Armourer was scratched for the V.li.C. Graud National Hurdle ii-.tuc a W il'.iain»to-wu ou Saturday. He ran badly in the Hurdle lUce the.e. Olive, another starter, pulled up lame. Mr Woods, the judge, made a couple of mistakes in portiug the numbers at VVilliamstowii ou Satur day. He put up Game's number as the winner of the Steeplechase, and placed Safety second iu the Point Cook Handicap. Both, mistakes were subse-' quently rectified. Mess...

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New South Wales Pastoralists' Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

New South Wales Pastoral ists' Union. At the annual meeting of the Pastoral ists' Union of New South Wales, held in Sydney on Thursday, a report was made with reference to the request of the Aus tralian Workers' Union conference to deal with some matters in connection with the shearing agreement, and to fix rates for various kinds of shed labour. The request was not granted, and the Workers' Union thereupon adopted an agreement which, among other alterations, deleted the interpretation of freedom of contract, and also removed the clause subsequently inserted, which gave to a person placed in charge of a shearing-shed the right to decide upon all questions that might arise during working. Upon the publication of this agreement considerable dissatisfaction was expressed by the shearers at the action of the conference in adopting a new agreement without the consent of the members, and the reports from the pastoralists in the country were to the effect that the shearers were fre=ly sign...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Stock Boards of New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

| The Stock Boards of N ew South Wales. The Stock Boards' Convention continued ' its sittings on Tuesday at Aaron's Exchange 1 Hotel. There was again a large attendance of delegates, and Mr W. Alison presided. ( Great interest was taken in the business be *: fore the conference, and particularly in the ! rabbit Question. RABBIT DESTEUCTION. Mr M. E. Maher (Merriwa) moved and Mr P. W. Bacon (Brewarrina) seconded, — 11 That in the opinion of this convention the Government should supply ?wire-netting to to landholders on the lines proposed by the Rabbit Bill of 1897, viz., ' That it shall be lawful for the Minister, out of any moneys voted for that purpose by Parliament, to purchase and supply to stock and pasture boards, or to owners of private land, wire netting and other materials required in the construction of rabbit-proof fences.' '* The motion after debate was carried. ^Ir W. Oliver (Gundagai) moved and Mr C Dunn (Picton) seconded, — ' That this conference does not think it advi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dangers of Expectoration. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

The Dangers of Expectoration. At a recent mooting of the fiohuoa Borough Council, (he question of expectorating in the streets and parks, especially by Bufforere from pulmonary complaints, was brought up,* and it was decided, to call for a report on the sub ject by the local health-officer. At Monday night's meeting, the health officer (Dr. Eakins) reported as follows : — ' In reply to your request tor a report re the Consumptive Sanatorium. As your health officer, I have no hesitation in stating that the Consump tive Sanatorium in its present, or indeed, any situation, is a menace to the health of the general public. It must be pointed out that it is well nigh impossible to prevent consumptives expectorating in the streets and in the park, and one can see abundant evidence of this around the many seats in the park. To thoroughly appreciate the danger from this source, as much as a pint or more is in some cases often expectorated in the 24 hours by a single patient. This ex pectorat...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

Sporting itlems. IB* Wklleslbt.1 Shoddy, the winner of the Grand National Steeplechase, is by Trenton out of Chints, by Forest King out of Hypatia, by Proto-Martyr from Azimuth (.imp.), by JuliiB, and whr foaled in 1893. He was bred by Mr J. Wilson, junr., who raced him unsuc cessfully as a youngster. . On Saturday Shoddy ran in cbc nomination of Mr - '. A. Hindhaugb, of Cam perdown, who has leased him from Mr .i. Wilson. Chintz, lusdam, was bred by Mr 2. Crozier. At the annual meeting oi me warrnamuooi iurr uiuoon the 23rd April Shoddy won the hurdle race of two miles, carrying 9st. 101b., on the following day, at the amateur club's fixture, he again won the hurdle race, carrying list. 51b., ridden by Mr Hindhaugli. Since arriving at Melbourne lie has started on three occasions, his best performance being a bad third to LSruce and Bingara on 26th June last at Moonee Valley. He (was ridden on Saturday by Mr W. Powell, but in other races in the metropolis his owner (was up. Doubtless...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

ECHDCA. The annual choral service uader the auspices of the local branch of the Loyal Orange Lodge was held on Sunday afternoon in the Temperance Hall. There was a large attendance. The Kev. A. Rogers preached an impressive sermon, bis remarks being based upon the words of St. Paul. ' Let all your things be done with charity.' In conclusion, he re forrml ta the benefits derivable from joining the order, and spoke of the necessity for Protestants up holding their religion. Mr. Win, Bolands, of Gtnbower, has been chosen bv a large number of ratepayers to contest the elec tion for the North-west Riding of the Shire of Echuca at the coming election. The retiring councillor, Mr George Tolbnrat, does not intend tq seek re-election. Mr John Lewis, who contested the election for the representation of Deniliquin In the New South Wales Assembly rtcently, and who was second on the poll, is to be banquettea by blslriends and sup. porters on the evening of the 16th tot. At the meeting of the Eeh...

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