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Sporting Mems. [BY WELLESLEY.] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Sporting Mems, I Bt Wbllbslbt.1 The annual statement of receipts and expenditure of the Victoria Racing Club for the year ended JOUi June last disclose* a highly satisfactory state ot affairs. During the period under review the stakes distributed amounted to- £44,094, as compared with £42.144 paid daring th© previous twelve montbs. With the exception of two— the Autumn meeting, _..._? _i. _i ? I „ !„„= ^ £3-1A1 amri t.Vifi lasfi April meetinc, which cost the clubj«212-all the meetings held during the year augmented the funds of t&e club. On the Spring meeting *11, 027 was made while £710 wae netted orer the 1900 Grand National meeting. Ob racecourse improvements, including the park and. river walk, £9631 ha9 been expended the terrace absorbing £2458; while raeec°urse maintenance accounted for £4092. In the latter branch of expenditure the two largest items were— Wages, £1764 and water £535, In view oi the visit of the English cricketers to Bendigo on the 26th, 27th and 28th....

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin and Moama Railway Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Deniliquin and Moama Raiiway*Company. The Fiftyrfourth Half-yearly Meeting of the shareholders in the above Company will be held tin Peuiliquin on Tuesday, August 6tlr,; when the Directors will sub mit the following report : — 'Your Eireptprs beg to submit the Statement of /Accounts and Balance-sheet tor the half-year, tb 30th June; igoij^aii^— are pleased to state that notwithstanding: the long continued drought, the returns, show a slight' iriiprovement on those for the corresponding period last year. ' The balance at credit ofthe Revenue Account is £24,320 17s id, out of which your Directors recommend the payment of a dividend at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum. ?? The permanent 'way, plant, and roll ing stock are in good working order. G. Simmie, Chairman. ' 16th July, 1901.' The Statement of Capital is similar to that of December last, viz —Receipts : Capital, £125,000 in £5 shares (less un- , called £'25,000) £100,000, and debenture bonds each £100, £30,000 — Total £130,000....

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tocumwal Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Tocutnwal Races. The following weights have been de clared by Mr A. Vowles for the Winter meeting of the Tocumwal Race Club to be held on Wednesday next : — Murray River Hurdle Race, two miles. — Too Late, ii.io; Polly, io.8; Sand stone, 105 ; Valentine, 10.2 ; Turk, 9.8; Happy Thought, 97 ; Reply, 97 ;. Tour nament, 9.0. Trial Handicap, six furlongs.— -Miss Trenchant; 9.5 ; Fairy Scene, 8.10 ; Fancy Locks, 8-2; Allus, 8.0; Greylock, 7.12;. Surplusl..7.i2.;,Xotliel7.ii ;. Miss Patron, 7.10; Cyclorama, 7.6; Mishap, 7.5; . Mornbia, 7.4; Merry March, 7.0; Musketry, 6.12 f Musician, 6.8; Miss Tell, 6.7; Winter Handicap, nine furlongs. — .Bruce.,; 9 5 ; Zeno II., 9.0; Miss Deers wood, :8;6$ Playmate, 8.2; Tara, 7.13; Jackson, ':iA2 ; Valentine, 7.6 ; Chattel, 7.4 ; Nbtus, 7.4 ; Vindicator, 7.0 ; Uncas, ;°.7- ??'.??-.','? Presidents Stakes, eight furlongs. — Grey Steel, 12.0; Winchester, 11. 10; Creeping Jane, 11. 5; Tara, 10.12; Ingo mar, 10.12; Jackson, 10.12; Valentine, 10.5; Vanity, 1...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Expulsion of Mr Findley. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Expulsion of Mr Findley. Mr' Findley is represented as anxious to petition ' the very Crown itself 'to have his dismissal from the Victorian Assembly declared illegal. The ground of his argu ment is that just as it takes ' three States' to make a Parliament, it takes as many to dismiss a member of either. House. This from a democrat of democrats is extraor dinary, suggesting as it does that the pri vilege claimed by the Cromwellians in the seventeenth century is denied Australians with an autonomous Legislature as late as the twentieth. The fact is, each of the three states has certain acknowledged rights' of its own, and all the talk of going to the Crown to nullify any of them is nonsense. The inconsistency of Mr Find ley, if he intends to act as stated, is some thing'that should surely not pass criticism. Assuming that he will appeal to the Throne, we have the spectacle of a gentle man who was expelled from Parliament for .libelling the Crown, seeking , that Crdwh's intervention ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Locking the River Murray. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Locking the River Murray. At a recent meeting of the Corowa Progress Committee the proposed scheme for locking the River Murray, as initiated by the borough of Echuca, was under discussion. The Chairman, Mr H. C. Piggtn,' thought they might reasonably express their sympathy with the move ment, as it seemed to him a step in the right direction. In order to make the river navigable, snagging parties were employed, but he noticed that trees were always left on the bank of the river, ready to go in again in flood times. Mr Brewer: More work for snagging parties. Mr Johnson said he could not see how the work was to be done. The lands were swamped naturally, and people had to accept the water, but they might now do so if artificial means of swamping the property were resorted to. Mr Brewer said they had no knowledge of what they might bedoing in locking such a big river. In this State land had been sold right up to the water's edge, wl.ich would doubtless mean trouble were the Murray lock...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lord Kitchener. PROBABLY LEAVING AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Lord Kitchener. PROBABLY LEAVING AFRICA. The special Gape Town correspondent of the Melbourne ' Argus' sa\ sit is on the cards that an important military change will shortly take place— nothing, less than the departure from South Africa of Lord tr.f^in«r The matter is being kept very quiet ;? indeed,, nothing absolutely definite can be said about it at present, as all depends on the course the war takes during the next few weeksi The provi sional understanding is that so soon as Lord Milner has once again got into harness Lord Kitchener will be promoted to the position of commander-in-ehief in India, where considerable changes seem to be contemplated. General N. G. Lyttleton will succeed him as commander in:chief in South Africa, according to the same understanding, but many think that General Kelly-Kenny would be more suit abie toi the post. General Lyttelton was originally m command of the Fourth Brigade of the First Army corps. He did I some excellent work under Sir Redvers i Bul...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Echoes for the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Echoes for the Week. General Baden-Powell received a tremen dous ovation on bis arrival at Southampton from South Africa. In a subsequent inter view, the hero of Mafeking said that only two-thirds of the work in South Africa was done. He intended to return tb the front aa own aa inn xieann would permit. Speaking at a banquet at Ashby de la Zouoh, in Leicestershire (England), Mr T. H. Hassall, M.L.A., of New South Wales, declared that the Imperial feeling in the colonies was so strong that England would be allowed in time of need to call on Australia for its last man. A boy named R. Goudie, aged 12 years, died suddenly at his residence, Marrickville, last week. Deceased and his elder brother became sick after partaking of boiled rabbits, both vomiting to a great -extent. The younger boy succumbed some time after. An extraordinary case of mistaken iden tity occurred on Monday at the Broken Hill Police Court. The wife of a man named Henry Ward sued William Holmes, a resi dent of Broken...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Clearing Crown Lands. STATEMENT BY THE LABOUR COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Clearing Crown Lands. STATEMENT BY THE- LABOUR COMMISSIONERS. rSSSSrSa SSasSSSs wmmd H?ss2-5'£sSlfr ?ill i SWEST; 'a VSrd averaged 5S S3 while a fourth only averaged- 2S 6d. iS,et inotbarwesteriidistnct, four gangs ^he.oca.ga^ref^preferr.ng the piecewuiK. -«-., »—? - offer. 1 SMney eargerly embraced the kt When the day wage was offered a stipu hVicn was mide that those incapable of earning the full amount would be dis I mYssed and a number of them have had I \?o eave accordmgly. Local employers 'frequently stated that the rates fixed I are 4:. ?.L-Jli.. \.;-rh and t is a fact that in 0^'cSffi Govern^, Jas^ad twice as much per acre as similar work LTbeen previously done for in the same district. It must not be forgotten, how ever t at the- Government exacts only eigh hours' work per day from workmen TbusSsof this class of work, among whom there is quite a Urge number ol i Chinese, work from daylight to dark to earn even a bare living from the prices at which they take the work.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Irtson & Douglas ?dcd n well assorted consignment cf fclcery & Glass I Ware Mae stock of Grocery and Ironmongery Kile thanking the(public of. Deniliquin Krict for their support during the last ?months, trust by the excellent quality K nrices of all their goods to merit a Knee of the same in future. B NOTE THE ADDBE6S : ?RTSON & DOUGLAS, ?lEll STREET, DENILIQUIN. KnxABONG HOTEL ? CONARGO. lies white, ^?sure in bringing under the notice of the ^Ets of Conaego and Disteict ^K travelling Public that he has ^?of the above well-known Hotel from ^K and trusts by keeping only the Aery ^R Wines, SpiritSj and Beer, to merit ^Epport. ^?COMMODATION FOB TBAVELLBES. ^Kass stabling. A Trial Solicited. ? JAS.. WHITE, ^B Proprietor. ^B (lateof Jerilderie.) fclDGEHOfEL ^Bier Street, Deniliquin. I BOUCH9ER, ^B to intimate to bis many Friends in ^Hjquin and District that tie has leased ^Mil-known Hotel, and hopes by strict' ^Hjbusiuess tj merit a fair share of ^^?sof Ales aud .S...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Trepass Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

A Trepass Case At the Police Court on Monday, Josepn Gard iunr., 13 years of age, was charged on the infonnatton of Frederick Clement DruS, that he did on July 23rd, at Myall. : Park, without lawful excuse, enter into he enclosed land, of complainant without the ; , ? » ~f tuo nmnftror occupier thereof. The complainant deposed that he has a homestead selection some 8 miles out. Defendant's father held the adjoining holding. On going to his place he saw he defendant pulling his buckets from under the tanks at his place and he had a horse and sledge outside tne paaaoca wm. a cask on it, three parts full ofwaier. Complainant rode up and said —Tins is.a nice game, you can consider yourself : un- 1 der aaest.' Defendant said « Will I tip the water out' and witness replied 'No, it's no use wasting it, you had better take it.' Defendant said his father sent him. Three weeks ago witness cautioned defen dant and said he would summons: him if u« f~,,nA l,5m there as he missed water. Percy. Ll...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Run Down. I Used % j Nervous Prostration, I A Revelation, 1 The Case of MRS. JANE DICKER, I (A Special Investigation.) 1 No one knows when Bickness may over '? take him ; the future is pregnant with I diurnal possibilities ; and, that being eo m 1 are all interested in remarkable caret and I startling recoveries, and to those already I sick the tidings of a great rescue from the I Fell Distroyer comeB as a boon precionB I beyond words. Our reporter, hearing won- I derful accounts of a remarkable recovery I experienced'' by Mra. Jane Dicker, of 61 1 finirt -street. Collinewood. r.a.lM nn m... I lady to verify the Btatement and learn from. I her own lips a true history of hot c&bi 1 Mrs. Dicker ib a widow, mother of a grown' I up. family, and well on in years. Her I Btatement was simple and etraight-forwari I and fully confirmed all we had heard, ijte I Baid :— ' I had a very long anxious time 1 before the death of my late husband. I vu I run down and used up, and suffered Id ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Forge. ^M C. LANGSHAW,! DESIRES-to intimate to the reside of iw9 quin and surrounding district a vJ^^H opened as above in the back portion nf a k*^M of the Riverine Saddlery Emporium 1.^ premi^^H trict attention to business to merit a f! 'I^I^H support. a'lait &ut^M AH kinds of Buggies and Waggofl repairej. iH Horseshoeing and General BlacksmjuH ing Dy a competent Tradesman, ^B^ GHARG£S-MODERAT!^B^ A TRIAL SOLICITED, ^H j — ? — ^^Hke: WANTED. Btai 2,000 PELTS 2,O00.B^D N . I ? JUN ES^B' SADDLER, frc, DENILIQDIN ^^?trallil lives the Highest Cash Price forfl^K assi Kinds of Furred Skins. ^H— — Mp Hides, from 2d to 3|d per lb. ^^^fte I!r: Sheepskins, from 4d to ^in^^^^Kf;}! Horsehair, Beeswax, and all kinds uE Smdrii^^^H! _„ A. J, WHITaoClM THE RELIABLE TAILOB. ^^?onicc JUM- k.iuk'ri a large ami varied aa|^^^K^ newest deai^n^ in Autumn ami WiDlal^^^H Oompmiut; : Ka^lish. Irisb, and ScuuU^^^Ko. Worsted Ooatinus find Trciuscnngs in I^^^H Variety. We niarainee a jjeiiect Fir, d^^^...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Melbourne Markets WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Melbourne Markets Wednesday, July 31, 1901 SKSSrsg I 5'o3Is,«Uh_pnmeR,ven- drafts 6s«oT8sP6d, extra from ». to «?. fnT drafts, 18s .o2o=, extra a. ai|; SoeweUromRiverinaat 17s and P.Vt,mibs— l,4fio: demand was excep from 6s gd. . ? Fat Cattle.-i,i2O yarded, comprising FA;2O from New 'South Wales 350 f™» North-Eastern district, 600 from Gipps- 1 land, anu ureitu-»'— «_??- , , ward. A large proportion consisted o good and prime qualities. The market opened practically unaltered, graduaHv weakening as sales progressed, and Sing competition of country buyers and exporters, prime and heavy-weights met with unsteady request, and for such prices receded to decidedly lower rays Prime pens of bullocks, £12 15s to ±15 « ; extra prime and heavy, £15 i™ to A6 10s, with exceptionally prime and A 1 5^0 £12 5s ; good |,ght to medium tights, ^9 ids to £10 15s; miJdinB and infefior, ^r ws to £8 iSs; bes pens of cows, £8 12s 6d to £9 10s ;? odd beasts, ^91* t0 £1X5^ olliers- * + i IOS. ' j Fat Calves...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

EHN ADAM, ?nist, Newspaper & News Age n Kb street, deniliquin. Hforcc Sunday Times, Arrow, Sporting K Truth, Worker, Hawklet, Deniliquin Krt Windsor Magazine, Harmswortbs Bictorial Magazine. Cassell's New I'euuy K Charing Cross Magazine, Cassell's Rournal, Australian Journal, Australian HL] Wcldon's Monthly, Leach'e Oress ^KoSmoUc, Union Jack, Detect ive Tales, Hi and Sea, Boys' First Bate Library, ??c Library. Heart s Ease Library, True HLiWy- Illustrated Bits, Sketchy Bits, ^?jv Sloper, Scraps, Snap Shots, Answers. Hfccklv, Cigarette, Photo Bits, Illustrated ^?Bov's' Up-to-Date Novelette, Aldine H. ^Krisliau Herald. Christian Budget, Police ^Brld's Comic, Comic Cuts, Comic Life, HLic. Illustrated Chips, Pick-Me-Up, Ke Momcuts, Nuggets, Funny Wondcs, ^Kife. Home Chat,1 Hornet's Stories, ^Krics, Home Stories, Golden Stories. ^Kra|(j Supplement, Scottish Nights, ^?ncess. Family, Fireside, and Ladies'Own ^Koldeu Fenny, MiHer'6 Annual Sporting ^Kd Sydney Sportsman. ?kenzie Brot...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Factories in New South Wales. GREATEST INCREASE ON RECORD. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Factories in New South Wales. GREATEST INCREASE ON RECORD. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The report of the Department of Labour land Indiisiry for 1900 was laid on the table of the ' Legislative Assembly on Wednesday night. It gives the number of fadories on the register at 2,047,1 ? ;.,--- T nr.n for the urevious vear, and the total hands at 39,104 as against. ?xa. 2^5 The males employed nu.nber 2q!o86 as against 25,631, and the females at 10,018 as against 8,604. Machinery is used in 812 factories against 767 factories, horse power being 16,178 as against 14 ^127. The only class of manufactures that shows any signs of falling off is in connection with the treatment of material products of pastoral pursuits. The re I port states that a satisfactory feature is I Tk.,* tu» .par clmws hv far the largest in crease in the number of factories regis tered of any year of the department's ex istence. This is probably due not only to the improvement of the states during ti»e year, but in anticipation o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

f \ a relieve* Instantly neatoplie, Toothache N««raIgU IuflneiuM, Ac. Never be \rltbo»t It

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deniilquin Municipal Council. MONDAY, JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Deniilquin Municipal Council. Monday, Jolt 29. The usual fortnightly meeting oE the above was held at the Council Chambers on Monday evening last. The Mayor (Alderman Jane) occupied the chair, and there were also present Aldermen Jone , Jefferson, Perrin, Latchford, Kelly, Taylor and G. Evans. A Thn minutes of the nrevioua meeting were reaa ^and confirmed. V COHBESPONDENCE, Letters were read : To the Under-Secretary of Public Works, acknowledging the receipt of three flags ; to the Citizens Life Assurance, saying their offer to lend money at 4J per cent, could not be entertained , to R. £t. Mann, accepting a renewal ot his loan of £3,600 at 4} per cent, for a further term of five years ; to A. Bentoul, saying that no bonus would be granted to- him ; to- Manager Gas Works, saying the amount of £2 10s would be paid when street lamps wen put in repair ;; to Secretary Fire Underwriter's Association, »nciosiu;j . ub..»uv.v-» ? o£ fire brigade ; to F. A. Goldstone. re rates. From Departme...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

ttel Tattensall's, Deniliquin. I A. LEVY ^H (late of Melbourne). . -' L.-f ^B to announce that he has taken the above well-known HoteJ, 'which is ^Kv replete in every comfort and convenience. The rooms are .large, well ^Bed, and the Accommodation first-class. Private Suites of Rooms for ^Hs.etc. Two Dining Rooms. ^?'i'll ROOMS (Ladies' and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER. ^Btahliug Accommodation is unsurpassed in. the Colony. A first-class ^^K Groom constantly kept in attendance. ^B GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND \AKDS. . ^m attention given to Livery, Bait & Letting ^^Be and Double Harness Horses, Buggies, Gigs etc., and Ladies' ^^B and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always on Hire at shortest - ^H notice, and at reasonable rate. ^^Khes for Finley, Berrigan, Cobran and Noorong start from Tattersall's ^B. only keeps the best brands of Wines and Spirits. ^^?Jsher' Special Reserve and Watson's *** Whiskies a Specialty. ^?RST-CLAS BILLIARD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. ?^ ? A. LEVY, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sale of Pastoral Properties. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Sale of Pastoral Properties. [?] of occupation license, *,f-vo acre, ul --— lease land, with 6,600 ewes, 4,100 lambs, 2,000 rams, 60 horses, 45 cattle and a com modious homestead, was sold to Mr Archie Ryrie, for £22,543. Trangie, comprising | 371 acres of freehold, 1,920 acres 0 : condi tional purchase, 5,348 acres of conditional lease, with 4,700 sheep, 30 horses, and 20 .' \i i_ »r. nnn--M P.«.mp.rnn tor cattle, was soia tu ih.l ^u'««- ? --- m 487 Cathundril, consisting of l.^bU acre's freehold, 640 acres of conditional pur chase, 1,887 acres of conditional leaso, with 100 shee,, and 10 horses, was bought by Mr Cameron for £7,247. Forest View contain in' 986 acres of conditional purchase, was bought by Me F. Beveridge for £1,654. ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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