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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

Old Age Pensions.— On Monday last the: District Board, consisting of Mr F. W.} Garstang, P.M. (chairman), Dr. Noyes and' Mr Jas. Watson, J's.P. held its first sitting. The chairman reported that 83 claims had been received to date, of which 69 were: received prior to 1st July, 10 of which were suojecc to tne provisions ot Section 10. Ap- ; plications 5, 6, 10, 13, 19, 22, 25 and 58 \ were granted in full. Application 27 was, rejected, as applicant was not naturalised; and No. 43 was referred to the Central Board. Application 66 was rejected on account of imprisonment within the prescribed period. The Board sit this afternoon at 2.30 o'clock; but the first and third Wednesday in each month bave been fixed as the regular sitting days. It is expected that those who have had their applications^ granted will be, able to receive payment^on Thursday nexV at the Bank of New South Wales, at Deniliquin, Jeriiderie and Moama. ? Horses Wanted. — Messrs Mackenzie Bros, advertise elsewhere in thi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

Sporting Metfw. IBV WULLEBtEV.l The last of the nominal Caulfisld Cup favourite, Sagacity, was seen on Saturday. The chestnut, despite his heavy impost of lost. 61b., was well backed for the Murrumbeena Handicap, but lie was by some means, brought down after leaving the straight, and bis shoulder was so badly shattered bv the Call that he was subsequently destroyed by M*r S. 0. Wood, V.i His, rider (0. Cooper) escaped with * shaking. Sagacity, who waB by Pilgrim's Progress (imp.) from Mercy Merrick. won four races while in Foulsham's hands, but he could hardly have been a profitable horse, as he had a knack of running badly when receiving the heaviest support. He was backed for a big stake, it may be remem bered, for the last Caufield Oup, but failed to stay out the journey. This, year he won the St. Kilda Cup at Caifield in a attiter, and was then taken to Sydney and spiritedly supported for the Doncaster Handicap, only to run a bad race. He took two races in brilliant stjle at the...

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Weight Guessing Competition [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

Weight Guessing Competition The guessing competition for the pen of five wethers, dressed weight, at the show ? last week, elicited 122 guesses and was won by Mr R. E. Mann, of North Deniliquin, who guessed the exact weight, 2971bs. The following is a list of the guesses received : — Name. lbs. Name. lbs. Allen, W ? 285 Matthews. F. N. 327£ Austiu, It. J. ... 325 Matthews, F. N. 263 Armstrong, J. J. ... 330 Manning, E. ... 285 ? Amterson, J. ... 302 Mitchellnll, D. C. 307£ Audersou, J. ... 298£ Miller, Jas. ... 325 Andersoa. R. S. ... 337£ Malone, Jas junr. 290 Anderson, J. ... 398£ Malone, Jas. ... 317 Brown, B M. ... 266 Millear, Thos. ... 295J Brown, S. M. ... 271£ MANN, R. R.... 297 Brown, S. M. ... 273i Millraan, A. ... 297J Riown, L, A. ... 279i McCaughev, Mrs 265 Brawn. J. ? 345 McKenzie, R. ... 305 Bowtell, W. ... 303 McFarlane, W. 339 Brown, L. A. ... 293 McFarlane. W. 309 RfiiHiere, E. S. ... 330 McCuIloch.C.C. 343J Black, P. ? 295£ McCulloch, A. E. 307 Drown, L. A. ... 2H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

j^ith and Shoeing I Forge. I LANGSHAW, Elton ia the back portion of thepmnises tS Saddlery Emporium, and trust by Eon to business to merit a fair share of ftds of Buggies and Waggons ? repaired. Bjoeingand Oeneral Blacksmith Ky a Competent Tradesman. ?rges moderate, ?trial solicited. Matanted. ? |0 PELTS 2,000. L JOiNES, IdDLEB, &C, DENILIQUIN, |e Highest Cash Price for all Ends of Fi»?ed Skins. Hides, from 2d to 3 id per lb. K Slieepskins, from id to 6d per lb. K Beeswax, and all kinds of Sundries. |WHITELQCK, H RELIABLE TAILOR. Hided a large and varied assor tmen ^Hesignc in Autumn and Winter Good ^B~ English, Irish,' and Scotch Tweeds ^Ktings and Trouserings in emlles ^B guarantee a perfect Fit, atad unap ^?lIuc The Mercery Department com ^?atest styles in — Hlla&s. . ?? ? ? .' ? H: -SHIRTS.; '.??'?? ' ';'-;' H HOSIERY. ^K RUGS,&-3., ^Kl Up To Date Goods. H[r FOX'S No. i SUITS to Order we are ^?tingat 69b 6d, the Cheapest in ^H Australia. ' ' ^K from 60s, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

THURSDAY NEXT. ;0N THE PREMISES IN GEORGE STREET. AT 2. -O'CLOCK, SUAB1V SUPERIOR {loasehold Furniture, &c. MACKENZIE BROTHERS have been iavoured with instructiaus from -lr W. H. Hooper (who if giving up Housekeeping) to Sell by Public Auction, .is above, the whole of his — HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. ALSO,— Choice Collection of POT PLANTS; One Single Seated Hooded BUGGY. Horse, and Single and Double Harness.. N-* Reserve. Terms Cash. MACKENZIE BROTHERS, Auctioncei'fi, HORSES WANTED WE Beg to advise Horse Owners that a MLl JOSEPii EVANS, B orsebuyer, . will be here on — Saturday, 3rd August, And wishes to purchase HORSES frera 14.3 to 15.2 hands, 4 lo 7 years. Also,— PONIES from 14 to 14.2 hands, 4 to 6 years, must be brokeu to Saddle. Inspection made or above date at COUNCIL YA11D3. Deniliquin, MACKENZIE. BROTHERS, Agents.. In the Supreme Court of ] New South Wales. V Probate Jurisdiction. ) ]N THE WILL nnd CODICIL of ALICE DICKSON late of Ca roonboon Station near Deni...

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A Popular Athlete WINS Another Event. The Case of Mr. F. NOWLAND. (For the "Newtown Independent.") [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

fr Athletei WINS I Another Event] ** The Case of j Mr. F. NOWLAND. JFor the 'Kewtoim Indeptndat.') . J...VH- id uuu a more poonim- ,m , I Australia to-day than M™Kf?H g6lLanra.str^.Camdenn!l,l£S Having won two Botany hamHranT, N being beaten on the post Z i\ &!)Qit of the biggest foot-race, the J£ M seen, viz., the Gold Cu , HanS , 1 Botany in 188S)beskWwina;r« prizes in various parts, of the colon c 7 Nowland mayreus .naMy beiJcntifci rfi^^t.W«i1ia(!li3^H ?f Bouth \\ ales can boast of. ?, ? 'The perpetual strain on the EyJ engendered through so muo.h trt ultimately knocked me out,' taid iWw* pioa to our reporter, 'and I did m £ I should ever he able to toe the markacZ but you see I am again in training.11 I ? 'Did your previous efforts produis. fienouscoii'p!a:nt?' 1 '\«ss. I went under all at once.'ui not know what you would rail my jjjgj but my doctors saul my heart uaulQI very badly. It first t-ho cd itscl! by uij in the chest and stomach, an 1 then fuO pierciug^heiidach...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

iotel Tattersall's, Deiiiliquin. I A. LEVY,. ? (late of Melbourne). ?S 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 Hated, and the Accommodation first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for Hies, etc. Two Dining Rooms. , . ?ATH ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlempn's). HOT & COLD WATER. ^^B ? . ? w ? . . . H . :. .:?-.. . : ? ? ' ? ' ' ?Stabling Accommodation is unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class H Groom constantly kept in attendance. Bd grass paddocks, loose boxes and vards. llattentojri^iy^ to Livery, Bait ^Letting , H;le and Double Harness Horses, Buggies, Gigs, etc., and Ladies' ? and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always on Hire at shortest H notice, and at reasonable rate. Haches for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from Tattersall's Kr. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. H Usher1 Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty.* MRST-CLAS BILLIARD TABLE AND A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

Bely PERFECT I- ? ' Matte* Braid BKNTltO EICALVFT1 relieve* Inntantlj' n«adach«, Toothache Neuralgia lnflaensa, Ac. Xfivcr bo wlUiont it

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Banquet to Mr John Lewis. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

Banquet to Mr John Lewis. On Tuesday evening last week the friends of Mr J. Lewis, J.P., who unsuc cesfully contested the seaffor the Denili quin electorate rendered vacant by the election of Mr J. M. Chanter to the House of Representatives, tendered him a ban auet in the School of Arts, Moama. There was a large and representative gathering. The chair was occupied by Mr J. Geddes, who had on his right the guest of the evening, and on his left MrJ. G. Evans, M.P. and Mr W. J. Martin, the Mayor of Moama. The Echuca Borough Council were represented by Councillors M'Kenzie and B. R. Wilson. After a sumptuous repast prepared by Mr and Mrs Sullivan, of the Co-operative Bakery Society, had been partaken of, the chairman gave the toast of ' Our King,' which was honored by singing the National Anthem. ? Apologies were made on Denau 01 Messrs Holschier, Meagher, J. W. A. Kelly, M'Connell, O'Bryan (Mayor of Echuca) and A. Millar. The toast of ' The Governoi -General was musically honored. Mr J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

7S f- You can get ?'^ A a Let of Pali nd'e ' Miiolcata raling § Nominal Cost. , Bec&uBe the prices for these goods are very low, ooaeiderin? the quality and Oi'raMlity. We stock all Strings and Fittings, and (he prices are 'Just right.' Paling's stook all known Musical Instruments, Irom a single Cornet to a full net oi Band Instruments tor 60 performers. Make your Musical . Hants known lo us. , . We will Rive you the best odrire, and Bel! to joa ' on easy terms if you wish. CATALOGUES FRBB, i Call ox write £-xona. \ iW.H. Paling^ Co., Ltd. \ A 338 George Street, Sydney. i Robertson&Do3 Have added a well assort consi^ Crockery & Q| j Wane | and district for tb^!r «,£ ' u JJjB twelve months, trust bytheeSZM and low prices of all their gSSJ continuance of the same in future' ^1 NOTE THB ADDEE8B ? ? ROBERTS0N:&|B0U(iUsl NAPIER STREET.lDENILlQUiK. I THE BILLABONG^otJ CONARG0. I JAMES WHITE! HAS pieasnrein bringing under the noticeoH residents of Conabgo an...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

Me J. Beck, recently' appointed by the Council as gardener, has commenced his duties in the Waring Gardens. The fifty-fourth half-yearly meeting of the D. and M. Bail way Company will be held at the Company's office, Deniliquin, on Tuesday morning next at 11 o'clock. General Bvden-Powell. — General Baden Powell, the hero of Mafeking, who has been compelled to leave South Africa owing to ill-health, has arrived in England. General ] Baden-Powell is seriously ill from the effects , of the prolonged strain, and the doctors have ordered an entire cessation of work for three months. Do you require Boots, Shoes, or Drapeay of any kind ? P. Fagan has a large, stock on hand and invites inspection. *

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Hay Pastoral and Agricultural Show. HAY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

Hay Pastoral and Agricultural Show. HAY, Wednesday. The Hay Pastoral and Agricultural Society's show was commenced to-day. The weather was cold, and at about 3 o'clock light rain commenced to fall and continued during the afternoon, necessitating the postpone ment of some of the horse judging until the second day. The attendance was good. The sheep judging was compietea. luessrs W. J. Lobb, Bolinda Vale, Victoria, and D. F. Gibb, Beathong, Wallendbeen, were the judges. The new sheep-sheds and the judg ing-rooms were used for the first time. The sheep exhibits were numerous, and the quality has never been excelled at Hay. HAY, Thursday. The second day's show was continued to day in fine weather, and was well attended, the horse and sheep exhibits being particu larly good. Mr T. L. Learnmonth was successful with Lord Duumore in the draught entire section ; aud for the- best blood horse Mr W. C. Tyson was successful with Fleet Admiral. There were 25 exhibits for 'single buggy horse, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

leOK Cfteap Cash Store I — -— lUR WINTER SALE I HAS NOW COMMENCED, I WILL LAST FOR 21 DAYS ONLY. ? . ? ? x ? ? NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY : — B Bargains in Dress Goods. I Bargains in Blankets. B Bargains in Rugs. B Bargains in Clothing and Mercery. B Bargains in Boots and Shoes. Brgains in every Department. Everything new. Everything Wrionable. Articles to please the taste and suit the pocket of Hblasses. ^?hile the Sale lasts Bargains will be the order of the day. I. & M. KENNEDY, ? O.K. CHEAP CASH STORE, H NAPIER STREET, DENILIQUIN. lie indcoendent ' Office ^^M HAS BEEN B)VED TO ONE OF THE BUILDINGS Bently erected by Mr A. Jameson* H (OPPOSCTE WARING GARDENS), Bessy Street, Deniliquin. ^Bt Order of Foresters' Life ^Bsurance Society. ^^K ntilie ab°ve Society lias been ^?L^NIUQUIN and meets on the ^^?PAi m each month at the Masonic ^H ;f- ^he I.O.P., in addition1 to its ^^?ODS- provides/at , ^WE MINIMUM COST ' . H^ OF INSURANCE ^BviQ °n age and **$*? and perma ^^K(* us members n...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

Church Services^ ; CHURCH OF ENGLAND.. Eighth Sunday after Trinity :— Deuiliquin— Morning and evening. WuHj?anellai — Mesaiug- Pretty Pine (Mr il* Hi Hans)— Afternoon.. Rev. K. S. Holt. PHE5BYTER1AN CHURCH. Deniliquin— Morning and evening. Ruv. Robert Welsh. WESLEYAN CHURCH. '. Deniliquin — Morning and evening. Mr Evan's Selection -Afternoon. Rev. A. S. J. Hard'iiDg Ilarlwood - Afternoon. Us B. Fawcett. Wanganclla— Friday, 26th July— Evening. Rev. A B. J. Harding.

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Deniliquin Police Court. FRIDAY JULY 19. (Before the Police Magistrate). [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

Deniliquin Police Court. Friday July ig. (Before the Police Magistrate). James Daly, for drunkenness, was dis charged. Walter Clusky, for being drunk and disorderly, was discharged. Saturday, July 20. (Before the Police Magistrate). James Learmouth, pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and was dis charged. James Daly, pleaded guilty to a similar charge, and was fined 2s 6d or 24 hours' imprisonment. James Muir, lor the same onence, was discharged. Monday, July 22. (Before the Police Magistrate}. Alexander Tulton, on bail, was charged* with drunkennes. He v/as discharged with a caution. Sydney Donny, for a similar .offence, was also discharged. John Shaw for being drunk on the Ed ward River Bridge, was fined 5s or 24 hours ; Tho.nas Kelly, for a like offence, was also fined 5s or 24 hours. ASSAULT. Michel Saks was charged with assault ing Jimmy Win Gin at Tattersall's Hotel, on the 21st instant, and pleaded not guilty. Mr Windeyer appeared for plaintiff. From the evidence given...

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Letter from South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

Letter from South Africa. The following letter was received this week by the parents of 'trooper James Mason, ?who is a member of the Queensland Imperial Bushmen's Corps, and who was wounded at 'Wadfontein on May 25 ; — ?? General Hospital, Elandsfontein, June 14, 1901. I received your letter of April 4th, the day after my arrival at the Standerton Hos pital. No doubt you have seen by the papers that I was slightly wounded at a place called Wadfontein. It was a very stiff fight while it lasted, as the Boers greatly outnumbered us, as there were only 25 of Q.I.B., together with about 20 of the Im perial Bushmen's Corps. The latter are another of the Australian contingents, and composed of Tasinanians, South Australians and West Australians, Well, on the day we had the fight we were posted as rear guard, as there were very few troops with the convoy, which had a large supply of stores. together with a lot of cattle, horses and sheep We also nea witn us a great many jauer women and chi...

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Fatal Boxing Match [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

Fatal Boxing Match The boxing contest for the middleweight championship of Australia, which took place at the Gaiety Athletic Club in Sydney on Monday night, between ' Mick ' Dunn of Sydney and Otto Cribb of New Zealand, had n. tragic ending, Cribb, who was defeated in the ninth round being found dead in his bed during the .night, boon alter the tight, which all who saw it describe as a perfectly fair contest and conducted in the friendliest spirit of rivalry by the combatants, Cribb walked across Hyde-park with his brother and trainer, W. M'Carthy, and took a tram to Bondi, where he was residing. M'Garihy and Cribb slept in the same bed at the Cliff house Hotel. For a time Cribb was restless, but ultimately went to sleep. In the early hours on Tuesday morning M'Carthy put his hand on Cribb's forehead, and found it cold. He raised the alarm, and Dr. Ludlow on arrival stated^that death had occurred gome time before. ' The inqueBt into the circumstances of the death of Albert Simpson,...

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The Australian Natives Association. OPENING A BRANCH IN DENILIQUIN [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

The Australian Natives Association. OPENING A BRANCH IN DENILIQUIN On Wednesday evening about 40 persons attended at the Toa'ii Hall for the purpose of opeuiug a brauch in Deniliquin of the Australian Natives' Association. Mr K. j. Eames occupied the chair,, and briefly ex plained the objects of the meeting. He then introduced Mr Farrell, who had been specially sent by the Board of Directors from Sydney, and called upon him to read the charter forming the Branch. Mr Fan-ell thanked the Chairman for his kind remarks. Iu opening a Branch of the Association in Deniliquin, be felt sure that before the close of the year branches would be formed in all the principal towns of Kiveriua. Some three weeks ago a brunch was opened in Albury with 178 members, which was a record for a friendly society in this colony. The society's dominant note was nationality, but persons born on the high seas when their parents were bound for Australia were eligible. It was only 12 months ago that the first bra...

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Melbourne Markets WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

Melbourne Markets Wednesday, July 24, 1901. Fat Sheep.— 13,830 yarded, including about 6,500 from Kivenna. The quality was well suited to trade requirements. Demand was without animation, and, notwithstanding competition of expor ters for prime heavy crossbreds, prices on the whole ruled from iully 6d to. is per head under under last rates. Prime crossbred wethers, iSs to 19s 3d, extra prime and heavy, 20s 22s 6d ; good, 15s Gd to 17s 3d ;, middling, 13s to 14s 6d ; prime crossbred ewes, 15s to 16s, extra, 17s to 18s, a few, 20s; good, 13s to 14s Gd -r middling,, us to 12s ; inferior, 10s ; prime merino wethers, 16s 6d to 18s 6d; good, 14s lo 15s 6d; middlings us gd to 12s gd ;, inferior,. 10s ; with few merino ewes, 13s.

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Pigeon Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 26 July 1901

Pigeon Match. On Saturday last the members sf the Deniliquin Gun Club held ibeir annual ^'50 match in the Cricket Ground. The day was fine, but at times a strong wind blew which altogether favored the birds. The match was of an intercolonial charac ter, there being shooters prtsent from Melbourne, Kerang, and Eehuca ; but the prize fell to two local men, Messrs G. Leetham and A. C. Clarke,, who divided £'47, after killing 19 birds. Mr H. Hux table, of Melbourne, obtained third money. After the completion of the' match a double-rise sweepstakes was shot off. The sweepstakes was the best of three pairs of birds, at the termination of which 'Nitro,' F. Dixson, and W. Corrnack had lied with five kiil?. In the shoot oil ' Isitto' shot both birds, and Dixson and Cortnack again lied with one kill. The two latter again shot off when Dixson kilted one bird, ami Connack missed. : The Stcietaiies (Messrs R. H. Turn , bulls and A. T. Jones) had all arrange ments iu pet feet woikmg ordtr. Mr F. ...

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