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LATER DETAILS. AN EMPLOYE'S LEG FRACTURED. 1,500 PEOPLE THROWN OUT OF EMPLOYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

LATER DETAILS. AN EMPLOYE'S LEG FRACTURED. 1 500 PEOPLE THROWN OUT OF EMPLOYMENT. The unfortunate employe, Clegg, it seems, tisregarded the warning of deputy Supenn endent Sparfces to leave the budding, joyalty to his employers was the cause of 31egg being sacrificed. His body was ter ribly mutilated. Chas. Borthwich, another | imploye, finding the ordinary means of es from one of the windows to the ground, a iistance of 120ft. The friction caused by slipping down the rope, however, compelled him to let go, and he fell a considerable dis tance. Ee is now in the hospital with a fractured leg. . Mr. Samuel Horden stated that in view of the federal tariff, the firm had for some time been stocking heavily. The firm employed] 1,500 people directly, and indirectly 2,500, many of whom must for a time be thrown out of employment.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Great Fire in Sydney. IMMENSE WAREHOUSES DESTROYED. A MAN'S FATAL LEAP. ESTIMATED LOSS £500,000. Sydney, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

Great Fire in Sydney. IMMENSE WAREHOUSES DESTROYED. A MAN'S FATAL LEAP. ESTIMATED LOSS £500,000. Sydney, July 10. I One of the largest fires that has taken place in Sydney occurred this morning on the premises of Messrs Anthony Hordern and Sons, drapers and general merchants, in Pitt-street. , The fire broke out shortly after 8 o clock, o«;i fho flnmpR fiiwad so rapidly that in less than three-quarters of an hour all of tne large buildings, with the exception of one department, were completely guttea. The flames covered the whole of the blocb between Pitt-street and George-street, and business wae for a time suspended in that part of the eitj. . . Thousands of people assembled in tne Btreets surrounding the burning warehouses, and the electric train service along Creorge Btreet, wa« stopped, whilat the traffic was also blocked is George-street and Pitt-street. The spectacle which presented itseli to the view of the dense crowd which gathered on the crown of Brickfield Hill was an ex...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 July 1901

Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. BlxthWay after Trinity-Deniliquin, morn ing and evening. I Brassi-Morning. Ven. Archdeacon Holt I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Mathoura -Morning. Deniliquin— Evening. Rev. Robert Welsh. WESLEYAN CHURCH. Deniliquin— Monrng. Mr R. Fawcelt. Deniliqhin— Evening. Pine Bills— Morning. Birgambigil-Afternoon. Rev. A. S. J.^Harcling.

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

.-An Honesty Kb] .. f .:? . Man's Words. Ill fpfTffi 'Mr. Geo. Millard Walker, Hawe-a, Ne^ flFl j JygjkeJIi/ Zealand, a haie, hearty and active man, told ^sltsjfl j §his own experience to a reporter of the Hawera 1^***%, I - Morning Pas', who took down- his words. Mr. lv[$|S f|) I Walker, w^lio came. to New Zealand as a private fjsmmn^ I §in the Queen's Own Regiment— and later on|BiL& 'ft j went through the Maori War serving under ^E^tH1 I § General Chute, exchanged the 4ife of a soldier fflm&fiF&m I - for that of a gold miner. It will be seen that he i\fes f 1 D-mt i had suffered severely from Sciatic Fever and ^&2O£J|!/ 1 tUB'.kH1 ? fw Anue' and Rheumatic Fever, and was treated flftp^ljl I |Lfefue-iy unsuccessfully by hospitals and doctors. He, f£'j#H, W 1 §' himself, regarded his case as hopeless. He fi^V;5 I 1 was, however, promptly, permanently and iPlt^'p I ,. .',[ ',.. entirely, cmed by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Mstisjf I §??..-. for Palk People...

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

Deniliquin Jockey Club. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Committee of the above Club was held at the Globe Hotel yesterday. The Presi dent of the Club (Mr W. Kilpatnck) occupied the chair, and there were also ] present Messrs A. J. McLaurin, Hawkins, fV Falkiner. Geraehtv. De Fraga, Lloyd, Fox, lselin, R. W. McLaurin, Laman, Sparrow and Dr. Noyes. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. I Correspondence. The correspondence was unimportant, and included a letter from the Secretary of the Town Band, asking that members of the band be allowed in through the outer gate free of charge. The applica tion was granted. Accounts. Accounts amounting to £54 us 6d were passed for payment on the motion of Mr Sparrow, seconded by Mr Hawkins. Reports. Mr Hawkins, for the Works Committee, reported that Mr Fox had completed his contract, and that the work had been satisfactorily carried out. He also reported that the caretaker had improved the buildings considerably, and sugge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

DOCTORS PRESCRIBE I DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS I FOR PALE PEOPLE I WITH H SATISFACTORY AND PERMAMEMT RESULTS. I Dn. Bourchier's Certificate. } I 12J Redfern Street, I Sydney, N£ ty, I To the ? Dr. Williams* Medicine Co,, I Sydney. H Dear Sirs, H For some *ttine I ham I been in the habit of recommending ? Dr. Williams* Pink Pilk I to my patients with excellent results. I As a ionic, their effect is I most satisfactory and permanent. In I Anaemia, Chlorosis, and allied dis~ I eases I have found them very valuable, I and in irregularities they are un- I equalled, H (Signed), ? /. G BOURCHIER, MA I F.S.Sc. (Lond.), J.P. ? Late Government Medical Officer, N.S.W. ^M \ Anaemia (Bloodlessnesa)— Cured. [? 'To the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Sydney. j^H ' Dear. Sirs, — I have been suffering for the last three years from a rattit. ^^M foolish act. One day in summer three years ago, whilst I was very hot, I took a cold ^^H water bath. This brought on serious irregularities. I became very weak in ...

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The Pastoral Industry. INTERESTING STATEMENT TO A LAND BOARD. LOSSES CAUSED BY DROUGHT AND RABBITS. HAY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

The Pastoral Industry, INTERESTING STATEMENT TO A LAND BOARD. LOSSES CAUSED BY DROUGHT AND RABBITS. HAY, Wednesday. The Hay Land Board to-day took some interesting evidence in the course of in quiry for the appraisement of rent on the preferential occupation license of the Illillawa pastoral holding through which the South-western railway passes,, and it abuts on the municipality of Hay. The area of Crown lands is 81,309 acres. Crown Inspector Day stated that he estimated the original unimproved carry ing capacity of the land at a sheep to nine acres under existing conditions, and with out water on the freeholds one sheep to six and a half acres, and fully improved a sheep to four acres. Rabbits had de preciated the land 25 per cent., although effective means had been taken to cope with them. From 4000 to 5000 acres were wind swept. The- greater part of the country had been saltbush, but there . was now no saltbush. This was due to the drought, overstocking, and. the rabbits. He con...

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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

Sporting Mems. !BY WELLKBLET.j According to Uiu English files to hand the success of VoluJvovski iu the English Derby was not palat able lu the general multitude, who did not display the usual amount of enthusiasm us when a long staudiug iavomite wins. The success of an Ameri can owner, trainer, aud jockey with a colt with such au unpronounceable name did not tit in with popular feeling. Neither Sir Whitney nor his son was present to sec the colt win. Sceptre, for which Mr R. S. Sevier gave 10,000 gns. when a yearling at the Newmarket sales in July last, has proved herself of the highest class, for ouly a few weeks ago she won tha Epsom Wood cote Stakes, of 925- sovs.r in a. common canter, iu a field of 11. Mr Sevier probably got his money back at the firet time of asking-, for Sceptre was so heavily backed that she went oat at 5 to 4. Sceptre is by Persimmon from Ornament, by Bend'ui and was bred by the late Duke oE Westminster. The cable has announced the death of Mr Loril lard on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

?Bscrmciating I Pain m&j and Night ? The Case of ?llBS. DOROTHY WAYMAN. H (Another Convincing -Narrative.) Bor the want of a little care, for the want ? little thought, how many of Us pay a ?nteof lifeA suffering ? The Wb «d ?hioK are not changed when wet, or we K- »dtmp seat, and then life Is not ong Kgb to pay the Buffering for our careless ^K, Yet there are remedies which it used ^Entlv will avert the mischief ; such a case ?ha; 'If Mrs. Waynmn, of No. 8 Ywra ^?-. a i.\.~^(n-rA Mnihnurne. who. without Hichtof consequences, ran acrofm the road ?back in the rain without head covering. ^Bl was living at Richmond at the time,' ? Mrs. Wayman, ' and as long as I live, ^B&ll never forget my experience. Three K after getting wot, 1 was struck ^K oscruoiating paina in the head, ^K, and neck. It came with such ^Ence, and lasted so persistently, that ^Bought I Ehould go mad. Night »ud day, ^Rout intermission, not a wink of sleep ^Kiy eyes, or a mouthful for ir.y lips, for ^H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

Blacksmith and Shoeing Forge. C. LANGSHAW, T~\ESIBES 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 jBlacksmith ing by a Competent Tradesman. ? CHARGES MODERATE. A TRIAL SOLICITED. WANTED. 2,000 PELTS 2,000. H. l_. JO N E1S, SADDLER, *c, DENILIQD1N, Gives the Highest Cash Price for all Kinds of Purred Skins. Hides, from 2d to 3Jd per lb. Sheepskins, from 4d to 6d pur lb. Horsehair, Beeswax, and all kinds of Sundries. A. J. WHITE LOCK, THE RELIABLE TAILOK. JU ST landed a larpe and varied assor tmen newest designs in Autumn and Winter Good Comprising : English, Irish, and Scotch tweeds ?Worsted Coatings and Trouserings in endles 'Variety. We uuarantce a perfect Fit, and unap iproacbable Value. The Mercery Department com p...

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Church Services. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

^B Church Services. ^B PR.ESBYTERUN CHUECH. ' ^^?^-Jttorning. ^B^-Aftcrnoon. ^^niiiB-Bvening. ^^H Rev. Eobert Welsh. ^H ^ESLEi-AN CHURCH. ^?Wn-Monrng and Evening. ^»ans Election-Afternoon.' ^^B Rev. A. S. J. Harding Dksiijqoin, FaiDAr, .Idly 1'j. xm.

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Deniliquin Municipal Council. MONDAY, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

ELln Municipal Council. I MONDAY. JVIX 16. B, .._ -ranine lost the usual fortnightly ?We MunSnil Council wiu held. The B^ rman F Jane) occupied the chair, and ?A ^present Aldermen J. G. Evans, Kt Kb, O.BwnB, Taylor, Kelly, K'bford. ? COEBE8PONDKKCE. I were ^d : To the Minister for Works, K ,ll£re Municipal loan ; to G. Clark, re ?fSKce; fro«Tc. B. Blackett, enclos K. and analysis of river water by Dr. Cherry Kght fee was *2 2s and Dr. Cherry's £3 ?man G E'ans moved that the reports stand pr^r— a°Sy Alderman Kelly and ? c- Horsman and G. Bvana, applying for Kpifcations were referred to the Inspector ?the Department of Public Works, acknow Hreceiptof letter re weir over the Edward Bng that instructions had been given for an BjoiinOddy and Son, protesting against the HL recommendation to allow V. Glennon to Knain for water unless a 2in , or at least a Kin was laid down. The only objection they Ke proposal was thnt they would be unable H a sufficient supply, and would have to cut Hu- of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

The Taei Disqualification.— The Com o£ the Deniliquin Jockey Club re-opened the Tara case yesterday morning, and adjourned until last evening when after about am hour's deliberation they decided to remove tbe disqualification which they had imposed on the trainer acd jooltey of Tara the previous day. Medical.— In another column will be found the advertisement of Dr. C. De Lacy MacCarthy, who has commenced the practice of his profession in Deniliquin. It will be seen that Dr. MacCarthy has been in a number of the best hospitals in the old country, and at one time was resident doctor in the great Ormond-street Child ren's Hospital. The doctor may be con sulted at Miss Driseoll's, Oressy Street. At a public meeting convened by the mayor of- Albury (Alderman J. C. Chenery) the question of locking the Murray was dis cussed. The importance of the proposal was generally conceded, and it was decided to co-operate with Echuca and other munici palities on both sides of the river, and hare the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

''^=9B Mackenzie Brothers,^9 STOCK STATION COItlVAKniJC ^^H COJCAEMJc&OS AGIiSTS ^^H — DENILIQUIN,- ^| Powers, Rutherford & Co., Melbourne. -^^^| Union Mortgage and Agency Coiupan;, IJ^^H of Australia. ^^H John Cooke and Co. ^^M The Northern Assurance Company. ^^^H (Late Braim, Stevenson ami Co.) ^^H Stock, Station and Land Age^H VALUATORS & AUCTIOXEHI^B DENILIQUIN. ^H Branch Offices at NaramlcraanaUn^^M ! , r T.yA. FRE&RSW^B Stock, Station, Insurance^B r^Q.-ioi-ii P.Mt-nmission Affii^^H . 'DENILIQCIN- '^^Ku Stock and Station Age^^B, LEGAL. ^^B^ Alexander and Wi««j; I SOUClTOBS.se- J^£-] END STREET, DEN!U»^» Solicitor, &c, ^H'( CRESSY STKlH '^''a/jai^JH OENIU«*-B ? — - — '~^7* i iVi^^B JOHILco«

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A Round of Pleasures. THE R. C. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

A Ro^nd of Pleasures. *?£.:... :,.. .THE B.C. BALL. ..- ./ ; un Monday evening last a plain and rancy dress ball was held in the Town Hall in aid of the Catholic Church Building Fund. Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather about 80 couples were in attendance to trip the light fantastic to music played by Miss Slaman fniano), and Mr T. Jones (violin). When half the programme had been completed the company present sat down to a sumptuous supper supplied by the ladies, after which dancing was continued until ihe wee sma' hours.

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Pastoral and Agricultural Society's Show. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

PastoraS and Agr icultural Society's Show. FIRST DAY. j Office Bearkus -.—Stewards — Sheep— 8. ; C Cucrie and J. B. Hamilton; Cattle— T A. Frearson and M. J- Carew ; Horses -^R. W. M'Laurin and E. W. Clark© ; Docs— A. MacBoan ; Farm and Dairy— F. Sparrow ; Buggias-E. S. Baillioro; Poultry— J. V. Ingram ; Needlework and ?n»:«4;««_T- A Frftaraon. List of Judges. Merino Sheep-J. H. Sargood, J. fc. Hoodie, Thomas Phillip, A. D. Wigan ; Cafctle-A. J. M'Laurin; Horses i- 1. A. Colvin; Dogs-A.H. Gell, W. B.I Clarke ; Poultry-W. Allan ; Farm Pro duce, Garden Produce and Implements J A. Wallace, J. Skinner, and C. M' Aba- ter ; J. J. Miller ; Needlework— Miss Y. M. Cummings ; Paintings— Mrs J. W. H. Wyse. The Committee of the Pastoral andAm cultural Society were favoured with splendid weather for the opening of their Wtow on Thursday, and at one part of the afternoon there was fully 500 people with inthe gr mnds The day was principally confined to Judging. The first trials in the hunters sec...

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ERONI'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

ERONl'S C1BCUS. On Tuesday evening last this well-known circus opened for a short season at the rear of the 'buildings known a,s Filson's stores in End-street. There was a splendid attend ance, and the various performers were greeted with rounds of applause. And justly so, for the company is the best that has ever visited tne town, opace wui not permit us to enter into details of this excellent per formance, but we would ndvise those who have not already seen it to do so this even ing, as it is the company's last appearance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

I DON'T FORGET If ARE THE ORIGINATORS OF LOW I PRICES IN THE DRAPERY TRADE. We Lead, Competition follows. I ? ? ? ? i ?-EC1AL BARGAINS NOW OFFERING. ^H ? x ? ^?VING bought at a special Discount we can now give surprise ^B bargains in all Departments. I L.ADIE1S ECONOMISE. ?Baldwin's Beehive Fingering Wool, 2s ud per head reputed U-. ^?Children's Black Stainless Hose from 4d. ^?Ladies' Black Stainless Hose from 6d. ^?Ladies' Cashmere Hose, is ; usually sold at is 3d. ^?Ladies' Jackets, Capes, and Gloves at special Cash Prices. ^m Rernber our Prices won't stand Credit. ^?Blankets, Sheetings, and Calicoes, now being shown at actual ^Hesale prices. ^?VIEN'S CHESTERFIELDS, Style and Fit Guaranteed. . ^H Hats, Shirts, and Ties. ^Bn't forget this, we always try to keep it before you H THAT ^^?e purchasing power of 20s at our Drapery Store is equal to 25s ^^m anywhere else. Just think of this and see what a big saving ^^m it will mean. »LF. T. EMRY, ^M CASH DRAPER, CRESSY STREET. m ^^^?nden...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

|Hote§ Tattensall's, Deniliquira. I A. LEVY ^H t , (late of Melbourne). HqS to- announce that he- has -taken, the above well-known Hotel, which is ? ^Hnow replete in every comfort and convenience. The rooms are large, well ^Rtilated, and the Accommodation first-class. Private Suites' of Rooms for. ^Hiilies, etc. Two Dining Rooms. ^?BATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER ^He Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony.. A first-class ^^B Groom constantly kept in attendance. ?: . . ? ^E)D GRASS PADDOCKS, LpQSE BOX'ES AlStb; YARDS, ? . -. ^Ba! attention £ivenjc€- Livery, Bait & l-etttng ^^?ngi-: xv.A Double Harness: Horees, Buggies, Gigs, etc., and Ladies' ^^m nj Gentlemen's Saddle Backs always on Hire at shortest ^^B notice, and at Reasonable rate. HBoachi'o \or Finley, Berrigaa, Cobran and Noorong start from Tattersall's ^Bl. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ^H Usher' Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty. ^?FIRS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 19 July 1901

Ilutelv perfect L- ? — KVCAkTFTl r«Ue«u ln«ta»ily Toothrtclir lt*«nrAl£U Sww »o without It

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