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The Rabbit Pest. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

The Rabbit Pest. rBv W. S Targett.) The sitting of a number of the members of the stock boards in Sydney, and I their discussion on the subject has directed great attention to the rapidly qmadug Fabbit pest, which has assumed the im portance of a national question. P There can be little doubt that the rodents at indefinite periods, but chiefly in drought seasons, migrate, and spreaa widely over what has before been com paratively or wholly clean country. A migration took place in 1877-8, when a wave of rabbits swept across Rivenna until they were lost in the diy country north and west of Broken-hill and the wilderness beyond. Such a visitation clears off every vestige of vegetation, good or bad, that lies in the.rpad.the vermin* ofn-r Hisnnsinc of the crass, eating all the bark off edible shrubs, and climbing the lower branches to get at the leaves. Many get hung and perish in the forks for their temerity in leaving the ground. At the present time, and for a year or so back, it woul...

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

Over the Border. MELBODENE. nJXSL?? ffflDg Hf ?'^ *»'' -* Sunday »o'»in»,*te«iWe Mcldttt happened on the St. ElKS 'S?* %e,f MWdle P«Swhen a man w« Uljd and dreadWly aa.^ ^ p^ tmiQ m SfiiLi1iil!wiiOp8?ldv morninK OHubiWe W IS'S'Sf IUd?le Park»w»» Wormed by a man K?B*ClTnllli?'of ll* Monwsne-steeet, South Melbourne, thattbe mutilated bo.ly oEamAn lay U^nhSVP,K^Kildft reilw»y«»e, close to the overhead footbridge, at the corner of Wri-ri,t.aimOh and Canterbury-road. The constable proceeded to the spot, and saw a Bhocking spectacle. Lying between the lines was the body of a sturdily built man, mutilated almost beyond recognition. The togs had been severed between the knees and ankles and the top of the skull had been torn away by the wheels. Inquiries elicited the fact the main was Thomas Bougies Smith, aged 48, a draftsman, atone time in the employ of the Railway depart. ment, and he had been stopping with Mr Chadwick, at 66 Park-street, South Melbourne. Mr Chadwick, who Itst saw the de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

Robertson&^J Hare added « well Mortal WltJ Crockery & G) J Wane 1 and district for their support i- *? twelvemonths, trust bXefe1! and low prices of all their »£?**? continuance of the same in future. '? NOTE THE AUDIIEBS ? I ROBERTSON:&jD0UG|l NAPIER STREET/I DENILlQClJ THEBILLABONGHol CONARrtn I JAMES WHlil HAS pleasure in bringing under thenotii^l residents of Conaugo and |^H and also the Tbavelmng PDBuctbit^H taken a lease of the above woll-knownBt^H Mr B. Rogers, and trusts by keeping only ij^H best brands of Wines, Spirits, and Beei^H I air share of support. ''^H Good Accommodation for TBirci^H First-class stabling. A Trial 8olicii^| J AS. WHITE, ^B (latcofJt^B THPRRinr.FHftll Napier Street, Denlllpi^H J. T. BOUCHll WISHES to intimnte to hie many Fi^^^B Deniliquin and District that lie la^^H [ the above welUUnown Hotel, and l)0{«l^^^fl attention to business to merit & fair ^^^| support. ^^^H Best Brands of Ales ai.d Spirits, ft*^^H Accommodation...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

K^smith and Shoeing ¥ Forge. I LANGSHAW, Id? above in the hick portion of the premise* Kurorine Saddlery Emporium, and tnut by KeSou to business to merit a fair share of Hinds of Buggies and Waggons HT repaireJ. He»hoein*aiKl Genera! Bl«ck*mitli Kg by a Competent Tradesman. ?lARGES MODERATE. Ha TRIAL SOLICITED. ? WANTED. ?,000 PELTS 2,000. ? l_. JONES, ^m SADDLES, &C, DENILIQDIN, ^ft the Highest Cash Price for all H Kinds of Furred Skins. ^H Hides, from 2-1 to 8|d per lb. ^^H . Sheepskins, from 4d to 6d pur lb. ^^?eliair, Beeswax, and all kinds of Sundries. ?j. WHITE LOCK, WM THE RELIABLE TAILOR. ^^Kt landed a large and varied aseor tmen ^^^feweat designs in Autumn and Winter Good ^^King: English, Irish, and Scotch Tweeds ^^Hi Coatings and Trouserings in endles ^^B. Weeqarantee n perfect Fit, and unap ^^Hftle Value. The Mercery Department com ^^^Bl the latest styles in— * ^^M COLLARS. , ; ^H SHIRTS. : ^H HOSIERY. ^^m bugs, &c, ^^H all Up To Date Goods. ^^Bier Our FOX...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

John adam, Kcconist, Newspnper&News Agent ?pier street, deniliquin. Br nnfrree Sunday Times, Arrow, Sporting Rle tSiI*. Worker, Hawklet, Deniliquin H nf Windsor Maparine, HarmBwortbs K CDrc«oSlWaEin«r Casseirs New Penny K -Charing Cross Hagaeme, Cassell's B'lC' Tournal, Australian Journal, Australian BiLd-I Weldon's Monthly, Leach's Drees ? Battle Smoke, Union Jack. Detective Tales, ? Land and Sea, Boys' First Rate Library, ? mil's Library, Heart's Ease Library, True ?v. Library, Illustrated Bits, Sketchy Bits, ? VlvSIoper. Scraps, Snap Shots, Answers, ?^ 5 Avieklv Cigarette. Photo Bits, Illustrated ?uatc Boi1 Vp-t°-V&te Novelette, Aldine H. Bv Christian Herald, Christian Budget, Police ^K World's Comic, Comic Cuts, Comic Life, ?d Comic, Illustrated Chips, Pick-Me-Up, ^B Snare Moments,. NuggetB, Funny Wondcs, ^B's Life Home' Chat, Homer's Stories, ^K glories, Home Stories, Golden Stories. ^K Herald Supplement, Scottish Nights, ^Kc Princess, Family, Fireside, and Ladi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

Uver Trouiii^j AND ? Indigestion. I The Case of fl Mr. W. MORLIN& ? (by our bepoetee.) I J\l atn Je7 «lad X,'68 y-«idH,B William Morliug, of No. 51 Curti3.rJH Balmain, to our representative 'VvM Binoe. my health came back I have k%,H anxious to acknowledge my tliankfnliie8si.H a way that may add corroborative detail tefl the many successf.-.l cases about wlijji [H have read of as cured by the s.me mcilCg'H ' What was your trouble, Mr. Morlbcl'H , ? *? I suffered very badly with my W H combined with nervousness aud indigesikJ^B Eorii^o years I did nut k::ow what lUyH to b'o'freo from paius, w!iic:li were go partict^H lady acute in my legs at limes that I co-jjH not walk. I really thought the pwsiatnW chest and head would cause my death, Tm^M were always more severe after eating t!oH sharp pains appeared in my back ujH alioulilcrs. The food did uot dijct,i,^B remained like a stone in my ttoaiicht^B thrown up again, the exertion ? ?[ '.vliiciia^B - Bulerably iutensiiied the tov...

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The Work of the New Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

The Work of the New Parlia ment. When the Stated Legislature (meets,'affcer the long interregnum during whioh the'work of legislation has been suspended, members ?will not have to complain on the ground that there is. nothing for them to do. It was ex pected in some quarters that the Federal Jrarliament ?would make the position of a. member of the State Legislature something: in the nature of a sinecure, except for the. duty of attending to local claims. It is already fully apparent that this waa a mistake. We have first to discover who are to take charge of the business of the new Parliament, and one result of last week's polling niay be to raise a serious question about that. Will the Ministry continue to nominally govern ?With the SUDDOrt of thfi labour nnrl.V: nr will there be a reconstruction ? This will pro bably be one of the earliest questions lto ? engage attention, anda good deal will de pend on the answer. ~ Whatever that 'may be, and at present it is' impossible to predi...

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Melbourne Markets WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

Melbourne Markets | I Wednesday, July 10, 1901. Fai Sheep.— 12,140 yarded. The supply : proved /ample for requirements, the greater portion consisting of medium and good qualities, with a I uil percentage of prime. The demand was not so active, and last week's rates were barely main tained, though closing sales were a shade firmer (129 trucks and 2,817 by road, 1,800 cattle). Quotations :— Prime cross bred wethers, Jrom 18s to 19s Gd ; extra b prime and heavy do. do., from 20s 8d to ?? I lie ; good dc. do.^from 14s 9*to 16s 9d ; middling do. do., from Us 6d to 18s ; prime crossbred ewea,- from 14s 6d to 16s ; extra prime aud heavy do. do., from 16s 9d to 18s 6d, a few at 22s 6d ; good do. do., from 12a 9d to 18b Bd ; middling do. do., from 10s ; prime merino wethers, from 16e 8d to 17s 9d ; good do. do., from 18s 6d to 15s 6d ; middling do. do., from llBtol2s9d. Fat Lakbb— 8,600 were penned. The de mand was weaker throughout, and for the best descriptions prices ruled from 6d to J I...

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The Deniliquin Election. COMPLETE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

The Deniliquin Election. COMPLETE RETURNS. f^The complete 'returns of. the polling, for this electorate are now to hand, and.it 'will be seen from the tabulated table below,.that Mr Eyans defeated Mr Lewis by 121 . ivptes, and the latter in turn polled 88 morp, :'£han .MrjEarnes. ? .,r, ... . .' ... ? . .,:/?-..,.-...- ??' ? ?? ..??.-,.,?. ,.,..--. . -?.. ?? v ??. s - . ? & . CT 1 ' 03 ? 0 CC TO (3 ? -? - - ? ??? ??!? ? '§ 5 i;.«- B 'g.. a .rolling ;Haces. .. J . ;- \| | - i- S - ?-.-'. :-?-... 7 ? ..,- *J , - S DenUiquin(Ato;L);- 69 '' 131 6,3 U ,4 28 Deaiaquin (M to Z) 70 113 48 14 12 24 Moama ; , ... ~; 38 16 31 7 198 2 Mathoura .„ ..V. 13 18 12 9 23/ 0 Moulamein ... .* 3^ 35 14 7 9; 27 Raiham Crossing ?;.. J; 4. $9 9 .' -J, 24. 21 Wainbbo .'..''''. ....6 ; l: 'S: :0 48 1 Wanganella..-. ..'. -2 22 9 : 3; ,;0., 5 Cpnargo ...... ... .6 19 _ 8, BO' 6 Tuppal ? 0 9 5' 0 0 7 Murray Downs- .... 4 .2 0 7 1 o Stbney Crossing ', ... 7 0 0 2 I 3 , Moaney Valley .. 2 0 0 6 0 0 Coobop...

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Water Scheme for Riverina. FINLEY, Wednesday. [?] hold this [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

Water Scheme for: Riverina. PINLEY, Wednesday. . * j* ? -.»»** nnln f.nlft An 'enthuuiastto me*»ng hm «»» — afteruoou in the School ot Arts, in oonnec *£% *? «*emt for ;he construction of the Murray Eiw mam canal. Mr . J. M Hoodie, prudent of the local branch of.the FaTmars and Settlers' Association, vas in TheS,«'l aiitheprincipaUandholdersin I this dietrict ma represented. ? drew a eoaipariBon between the Goulburn Valley aad tS^diatrict, ^here land of equal oTSter 'KS united action to push onThTccheme advocated by the .confer- ence at Barcig&B two yaars ago. The dis S L* yeat produced neavly three million bushels of wheat and that in only a fair sea son. -Frsfiously not a fifth of that quantity had been produced when the drought was at litsheight Seconsidaied ihat the matter should be referred to She public works com mittee, so that when it came before .he In terstate Commission all would be ready to proceed with the work. He pointed out that action was being taken in Vict...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

Hotel Tattensall's, Deniliquin. f A. LEVY ^H (late of Melbourne). ^HGS to announce that he has taken the above well-.known Hotel, whi ch is ^^B now replete in every comfort and convenience. The rooms are large, well ^Htilated, and the Accommodation first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for ^Hiilies, etc. Two Dining Rooms. ? ?? . ; __J__.X. ? . ? ? ?BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER _ ~:x:~ ^He Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class ^B Groom constantly kept in attendance. ^?OD GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND YARDS. ^?al attention given to Livery, Bait & Letting ^?ngJeatid-Bouble^fiirtrniesB ~ifit-r^s, Buggies, Gigs,' etc.,^ ania~tadi(ls* ' ^^m and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always on Hire at shortest ^^B notice, and at reasonable rate. ^Roaches for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from Tattersall's ^B.L. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ^H Usher' Special Reserve and Watson's ***. Whiskies a Specia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

^m or : ^?ilTELV PERFECT ^K.k for «? X«CALT»*I V relieves laaumtly \ Toothache ITcarMgfa , yevcr fce wlHtowt It ' A. i ' -' ??;? »

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Congratulating our New Member. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

Congratulating our New Member. Before the commencement of the Com mons business on Monday evening Trustee Perrin said he could not let the opportunity pass to congratulate Trustee T G Evans on his election to Parliament. His election (said Trustee Perrin) must be gratifying to all the Trustees, and ? -* 0eiVrcallv those whom Trustee Evans had been connected with for a long time past. He hoped that the Trustees would do all in their power to help the new member, and that at the end of his term they would endeavour to put him back in the position. Although he (Trustee Perrin) did not work for Trustee Evans, he felt satisfied that he would- do a deal of good for the town and district in which i.e had been associated for so long a period. The Chairman (Trustee Jane) also con gratulated Trustee Evans on being elected to represent this district, and hoped that his term of office would be a pleasant and lCTT?ustee Taylor endorsed the remarks of Trustees Perrin and Jane, and said he had ? t...

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Deniliquin Commons. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

Denitiquin Commons. On Monday evening last a meeting of the Trustees of the Deniliquin Commons was held at the Council Chambers. Trus tee Jane occupied the chair, and there were present Trustees Jones, Perrin, J. G. Evans, Jefferson, Taylor and Kelly. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence. Letters were read :— From P. E. Duffy, offering two bulls, 2-years-old, for sale. It was decided that the offer be not enter tained. , From the Secretary of the Pastures and 6tock Board, calling attention to the Rabbit Act, and saying that Denihqum had been included under the Noxious Animals' Act. ,,..-* After discussion, it was agreed that it was absolutely useless to destroy rabbits on the Common while certain Crown lands were overrun with the pest, and no action taken by the Government for their eradication. Reports. The Herdsman reported that all stock were looking well considering the short ness of feed. The rabbits have been thinned out by rabbiters ,who...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Show Entries. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

The Show Entries. The Committee of the Pastoral and Agri cultural Society have every reason to be gratified with the entries received for their two 'lays show to be held on Thursday and Friday next. Compared with last year the total entries show an increase of 161, and in only two schedules are the totals smaller | I than last year, viz., in sheep and saddlery. The bad season is accountable for the former shortage, and it is a wonder, after such a season, that station owners have gras3 fed sheep in snow condition. The following is a comparative table of the entries received for 1900 and 1901 :— 1900 1901 ' Sheep ? :.: 93 - g Cattle ... ... 2 ... 18 Horses ... »? 169- - 234 'Dogs (sheep trial)... 5 ... 6 I Poultry ? 22 ... 29 Farm and Dairy ... 62 ... 112 Needlework, etc. ... 10 ... 88 Machinery ??? 4 — . 6 Buggies ... ... 8 ... 10 | rq;mWv ... ... 6 ... 0 Trades ... ??? O ... 8 Non-Competitive ... 1 ... 3 877' 588 The late Mr Jacob Rogers, the millionaire manufacturer of locomotive ...

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Pastoral and Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

Pastoral and Agricultural Society. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Council of the above Society was held at the Royal Hotel yesterday afternoon. Mr M' J Carew (Vice-President) occupied the chiir, and \he following f^ ^ Vi ? :u^ n Rpiri. T. Burcbfield, I1. Sparrow, T. A. Frearson, G. R. Ise lin, J. V. Ingram, A. J. McLaurm and J. B. | HThet(minutes of the previous meeting were read and connrnieu. Correspondence. Letters were read -.-From A. Mac Bean, enclosing his donation ot £3 3s ? from E. Foley, asking for permission to erect a side show on the Show ground on Show days, and offering £ x is per day -; from A. D. Wigan, saying lie would be | unable to act as one of the sheep judges | fro.n J. Miller, agreeing to act as judge fo. vehicles; from A. H. Gell, saying he would act as a judge for the sheep dog trial; from H. C. Parker, saying he was unable to act as a sheep steward ; trom J. B. Hamilton, agreeing to act as a sneep steward; from A. J. Austin, saying he could not act as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

1 ARE THE ORIGINATORS OF LOW ?PRICES IN THE DRAPERY TRADE. ? ? , ? I'e Lead, Competition follows. I ______ pCIAL BARGAINS NOW OFFERING. I ~~ ? : HjNG bought at a special Discount we can now give surprise H bargain!' in all Departments. I LADIES ECONOMISE. Baldwin's Beehive Fingering Wool, 2s nd per head reputed lb. ^Children's Black Stainless Hose from 4d. Bodies' Black Stkinless Hose from 6d. Bodies' Cashmere Hose, is ; usually sold at is 3d. Hadies' Jackets, Capes, and Gloves at special Cash Prices. H Rember our Prices won't £i&nd Credit. ^Blankets, Sheetings, and Calicoes, now being shown at actual ^Bsale prices. BlEN'S CHESTERFIELDS, Style and Fit Guaranteed. ;; ^B Hats, Shirts, and Ties, : ^Bi't forget this, we always try to keep it before you H THAT ^B purchasing power of 20s at our Drapery Store is equal to 25s ^?anywhere e'.se. Just think of this and see what a big saving ^Bit will mean. j |LR t EMRY, * H CASH DRAPER, ORESSY STREET. ^Hdent Order of ^Foresters' Life ^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

3O SHILLINGS REWARD LOST ten days ago from yard at Chinese Camp one bay Relding, aged, brandel M.C near alionUer, two hind legs white; and one bay geW'nir, Wed, branded liLe Maltese cross on near Eukler.staron forehead. Both horses have long tails. Finder will receive the above reward on returning same to — PADDY GING GOOK, Deniliquin. ? ? ? To the Deniliquin Electors. I DESIRE to sincerely thank those Electors who placed me in such a proud position on the 3rd hist- and also those who from conscientious coi. victious recorded their votes against me. I beg to assure the former that my constant endpavour, wbfrt in Parliament, will be V redeem my hust ings pledges, and trust that my po itica 1 ca reer will it the next election just.fy the latter in changing their opinions and voting for me. | J. G. EVANS. Ciovernmefit Advertisements. CROWN LAND SALE. A T the Land Office DENILIQUIN, on Tuesday, /\ (23rd July, at noon, the following will be offered at auction, viz. :-Fo tions84 PariBh Co...

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

Tlie Rainfall. Early on Monday morning steady rain set. -in*- and.4t appears to have been general ' throughout the district. The following are the registrations recorded at the local -i oleo- graph office up to Wednesday ' morning last:— .,.,.. .,..-.?? ? V '? ? PfcB./ : -' Bs, Deniliquin :.': 58 : Wentworth .^.. 28 I Booligal .,: 42 Jenlderie... ... 89 ^Ivanhoe '..--46 Urana .... ... 47 Hay .... .-,? 80 Wagga ... ;... 85 Darlington Point 85 Gundagai . .,-? ;... 49 */r«.,^a .21 Wilcanma -. .... 57 Germanton .... 60 Oxley ... . ... 45 Tocumwal- ....,28 Loekh^t... ... 22 Albury .... 48 Taroutta... — 75 Corowa... ... 35 Moama ... ... Sol ?Moulamrin ... 28 Fmley ... ...65 - Bal'ranald '... 81 ?-.. Pooncarie ... .... 6 ?Kuston... -..,.29 Memnaie ... 29! Uossgiel' ...-37. Broken Hill ... 8.

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The D.J.C. Meeting. ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

The D.J.C. Meeting. ANTICIPATIONS. ? TBy Wellesley.] J On Tuesday and Wednesday next the I annual race meeting of the above Club will be held, and providing the weather is tine, the racing should be the best witnessed here for years. With such large entries there must be good acceptances, and the latter means good racing, especially when the class of -horses are such an even lot as at tins meeting. Of course there are horses entered WnO C0U1U. EOS Will Yii.nu. iua« £..-«. ? t tage Btam? on their backs, but they are to be found at every race meeting. In a short rompe of the various horses entered it is my intention to try and spot the winner, but I recognise that it is a difficult matter, as Mr Dakin has framed an excellent handicap. - ?Mr S. M. Brown's Ganymede heads the list for the First Hurdle Race, with 11.7, .the circus mare Polly coming nest with 81b tees. The former has been running weJ m Wei bourne during the last week or two in Jum pers' Flat Races, but I think his o«rwj pr...

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