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Marong Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

JVLarong Races. following are the results :— Hurdle Race, £17. ^.^*$£*\ (Gordon), 1; Plumer, (Famsh) 2, Kinna | bulla, (Fitzinaunce) 3. . Juno Trial Handicap, £10. About six Jan' (Barkmeyer) 2 ; Colonist, (Button) 3. I (Corbett)2; Connelstream, (0 Neill) 3. Mildura Handicap, £10. J™1*^ -Director, (G. Henry) 1 ; May B. (Dunn) 2 ; Carricksford, (D. Paul;, 3. St. George Flying Stakes £10 Abou six furlong8.-Invention, (0 Neill) 1 , Oar rcksLd, (Paul) 2; Woodstock fTiej 6.

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

?????????????????????????a ? VIOLINS, ? can or write ? ? CORNETS, . ? for 2 % BANJOS, 2 Catal°gues- S ? ALL KNOWN ? GUITARS, ? « MUSICAL ? FLUTES, ? ? INSTRUMENTS.* 'CELLOS. ? ?????????????????????????? S MANDOLINS, ? strings and \ ? AUTO-HARPS, ? Fittings for ? ? ACCORDEONS, ? Everythins- 3 ?????????????????????????a ? EASY TERMS. ? I ff. B. NUtTi 0., WD,, S | 338 GEORGE ST.y SYDNEY. ? ???????????????????????A** THURSDAY^ AT OUR ATO^N ^ I At 2 o'clock, Sharp. I MACKENZIE BROTHERS i, ? sections to Sell by Pubift ?** 'M tightest reserve, a W^Sjl HOUSEHOLD FURNlTUfil ANDJ5FFECTS, *? Mn. E. H. BELL I DENTIST, of MELBOOUSK, I WILL visit Deniliquin on ACGQsrsn,.B may be Consulted for about leu SM A. B.. JEFFERSON'S DISPENSES END' STREET, DENILIQUIN, ? Arrangements tave also been made for MtU^I ; visit Deniliquin- regularly. ' m^M wanted! I WANTED (20) Twenty Tons Prime cfl Wbe-ten Chaff. Apply, with £}? the Office of this I'apeu. ^^| public noticeTB D; ROVERS and others travelling Stock ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Church Services. CHURCH OF EXULvND: Ninth Sunday after Trinity ^— Deniliquin — Morning and evening. : Ven. Archdeacon Holt PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Deniliquin — Morning and evening. (SpecialcoHections for the funds of the Church.) Rev. Robert Welsh. WESLEYAN CHUBCH. Deniliquin — Morning. Mr W. Halls. Deniliquin — Evening. Mr A. T. Emry. Tooumwal — Morning and evening. Finley — Afternoon. Rev. A. S. J. Harding

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New South Wales Parliament SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

New South Wales Parliament SYDNEY, Tuesday. The debate on the Address in Reply ind Mr Lee's amendment thereon was :ontinucd in the Legislative Assembly on I Tuesday evening. Mr M'Gowen, leader of the Labor „,..-*„ oJH tliP imnressioi: he gained from Mr Lee's speech was that the Opposition felt it was leading a forlorn hope in attack ing the Government. He was aware ot the claim made by the Opposition as to a moral victory at the poll. Speaking tor the party which sat below the gangway, I he would say the members of it were per fectly satisfied, because they had come back stronger. The point he wished to make was that every vote given by the people for a third party was protest against party government— a protest against the old system of returning a man to vote tor a party whether it did right or wrong. The Opposition had had the support ot the opponents of early closing behind their backs at the last election, and they also had the support of the strong Conserva tives, who were opp...

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

he O.K Cheap Cash Store buR WINTER SALE I HAS NOW COMMENCED, I) WILL LAST FOR 21 DAYS ONLY I ——* ? ? NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY : - B bargains in Dress Goods. K Bargains in Blankets.. B Bargains in Rugs. B Bargains in Clothing: and Mercer-. B Bargains in Boots and Shoes. Bargains in every Department. Everything new. Everything Bhionable. Articles to please the taste and suit the pocket of B classes. B'bile the Sale lasts Bargains will be the order of the day.. I : ' — x— - ? . ?eismaking done on the Premises. 1. dM. KENNEDY, ? O.K. CHEAP CASH STORE, ? NAPIER STREET, DENILIQUIN. lie Independent ' Office ^^B HAS BEEN BVED TO ONE OF THE BUILDINGS ^B nntly erected by Mr A. Jameson. H (OPPOSITE WARING GARDENS), Bessy Street, Deniliquin. 1UU f^^^^^^^^m ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^?t Order of Foresters' Life ^Bsurance Society. m— ? ^^K nL^he above Society bas been 1'BSjPIL1QUIN and. meetson the Dnifc^^Kir, S®11 month at/the Masonic ^^^B ' Tfae I.O.P., in addition to its $i^^^B0Qs' Prides, at- ' ^'^H, -...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Back from the War. WELCOMING TROOPER BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Back from the War. WELCOMING TROOPEK BROWN. At the invitation of the Municipal Coun cil a representative gathering assembled at the Town Hall on Tuesday afternoon to ex tend a welcome to Trooper James Browu, who arrived in Deniliquin that rnoruing after a sojourn of about 15 months in South The Mayor occupied the chair, and said it again gave him pleasure to welcome back to Deniliquin another soldier from South Africa. They had welcomed back Troopers Dr aitt, and now they were present to wel come back Trooper Brown. He would ask all present to charge their glasses and diink success to our guest. (Applause). Alderman Jones was pleased to welcome Trooper Brown, and said it may not be generally known that when war presented itself Trooper Brown was very anxious to go to South Africa, and it must be gratifying to the gentleman who took an interest in his going that he had passtd the tests with Major Carrington at Hay. It must be also pleasing to them to know that although Trooper Brown ...

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

ECHUCA. The half-yearly sitting of the Echuca Supreme Court was held last week, before Mr Justice Williams The only case set down for hearing was that oi I Timothy Murphy, who was charged with stealing | a fillv, the property of James Oox. of levrick l«r ? rick, A second count of receiving the .same wat ?-!.!„ «M,-erpri against the accused. Mr Gurner pro jecuted for the Crown, and Mr A. J. Of Uwyer de Eeadedthe prisoner Afier hearing the evidence, the iu-ry inspected the animal, and on returning into court brought in a verdict of not guilty on both counts, being of the same opinion as the expert evi- ] dence called, that the br nd on the animal was an old one, and not of recent date, as was c intended hy »he prosecution. On Friday afternoon a Mrs Kinsella, w fe of a farmer residing at W'amboota, was about to drive into Echuca with her seven year old son. She was seated in the buggy, and in turnine the vehicle the boy 1 y some me.-ns fell out, and the wl eel parsed over him He was br...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Over the Border. MELBOURNE. . . ' ,,. _ i ? „„«, tn « nlnpp. the brand oi ine Cd r ow n ^he aVused^r life.' In comment Sg this, his Honour directed the jury te dis egard all cons derations of that sort,. ' but,' he continued, *' gSotStaTl would be exceeding my indjwl functions were I to say that,, whatever your verdict may be, I would not dream of sending a young man ike that to goal.' The accused was found guilty, but the sentence imposed was suspended on sureties being entered into for future good behaviour. Keference to tbe old-age pensions «**™™ made at the annual meeting of the Melbourne La-dies' Benevolent Soeiety, held on ? Friday. The work of the soeiety had been lightened, J^PPJ'* by the fact that various 'cases had become old-age I pensioners. ' The committee are glad,' the report stated, ' to believe that the great proportion of their „ _' ? 11 ? ^thxrnt iiie. nensona bestowed, and Su\ foTKTburon thl' .other handle com mittee fear that the payment m cash, added to. in som...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Police Court. SATURDAY, JULY 27. (Before the Police Magistrate.) SUMMONS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Deniliquin Police Court. Satubday, July 27. (Before the Police Magistrate.) Summons Case. Thomas Emry v. Marie Levy. Defendan t was charged with assault. Mr Wilkinson appeared for the defendant. After evidence had given the Police Magistrate said he would dismiss the case under provisions of oonUnn 4.QS with £1 Is costs aeainst com plainant, ot in default 4 days' imprisonment. Monday, July 29, 1901. (Before the Police Magistrate)* John W. Seymour, for indecent behaviour, was fined 15s, or four days' imprisonment. Wednesday, July 31. (Before the Police Magistrate). Patrick Clancy admitted to the Bench the charges of indecent language and drunken ness brought against him by Constable Urquhart. The Police Magistrate said he would take into consideration that it was Clancy's first offence, and he would be dis charged for drunkenness and fined 10s or tnree days for the language- The fine was paid. James Tait,. Walter Macdonaldand James Connors (all on bail), were charged with be having i...

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

DOCTORS PRESCRIBE I DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PIUS FOR PALE PEOPLE WITH I SATISFACTORY AMD PERMANENT RESULTS. t Dr. Bourchier's Certificate. I 1 12 J Redfern Street, I I Sydney, N.S.W. I 1 To the '% I \Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., I I Sydney. I I Dear Sirs, I 1 For some time I have I {been in the habit of recommending I \Dr. Williams9 Pink Pills I 1 to my patients with excellent results. I I As a tonic, their effect is I \niost satisfactory and permanent, hi I I Anaemia, Chlorosis, and allied dis- I I eases I have found them very valuable, I land in irregularities they an un- I \ equalled. . I I I (Signed), I I /. G BOURCHIER, M.U., I 1 F.S.Sc. (Lond.), J.P. I I Late Government 'Medicat. Officer, N.S.W. I | Anaemia (Bloodfessness)— Cured. I I them according to instructions. I have been taking them far a,boj :i ,sffOrk ? te\ quite a new woman. A new hfe is opened to me I am able 10 ^tdoes ? with anyone now, and I continue to get f ronger day W dfT- |h^ «f withouUhera I not affect me. I still...

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Magisterial Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Magisterial Inquiry. On Tuesday Mr F. W. Garstang, P-M., held a Magisterial Inquiry at Wamboota, touching the death of a man named Edward Albert Littlewood, who died that morning at 7 o'clock. From the evidence given by the wife of deceased and other witnesses, it appears that he was subject to epileptic fits. He only took ill on Saturday morning last, and from that time until his death it is estimated that he had 400 fits. Deceased had been attended to by Dr. Kelly about 12 months ago, who had then told deceased he could do no good for him. Deceased was a strictly temperate   man. He was a native of South Australia, and 37 years of age. The Coroner found that deceased died from natural causes, to wit epileptic fits.

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Suicide at Mathoura. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 2 August 1901

Suicide at Mathoura. On Thursday last week quite a gloom was cast over the town of Mathoura when it became known that Mrs Maynard, wife of the well- known and respected owner of Devonleigh Farm, in that district, had com- mitted suicide. On Saturday the Coroner (Mr Garstang, P.M.), held an inquest on the body of deceased, and from the evidence tendered it appears that she had been in failing health for four or five years past, and had also been troubled over the illness of a daughter, and to the fact that she thought her son, who is fighting in South Africa, had been wounded. The following evidence was taken : — William Maynard deposed : I am a farmer, and husband of the deceased. About one o'clock on Thursday I saw deceased alive. I then asked her to have dinner, but she said 'I do not want any.' Shortly afterwards I heard a noise, and thought it was the report of a pea-rifle, or something falling off the mantel -piece. It was not the report of a gun. I went into the bedroom and sa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] the Border. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

l^helxiK. Cash Store. OUR WINTER SALE HAS NOW COMMENCED, AND WILL LAST FOR 21 DAYS ONLY NOW IS THE TIME. TO BUY :- Bargains in Dress Goods. Bargains in Blankets.. Bargains in Rugs. Bargains in Clothing and Mercery. Bargains in, Boots and Shoes. And Bargains iit every Department. Everything new. Everything fashionable-. Articles to please tlie taste anct suit the pocket of all classes.. While the Sale lasts Bargains will, be- the order of the day. Dressmaking done on the Premises. J. & M. KENNEDY, O.K. CHEAP CASH STORE, NAPIER STREET, DENILIQUIN. MRS. BURCH FIELD WISHES TO JNTIMATE TO THE PUBLIC OF DENILIQUIN THAT Having Removed to more Com modious Premises One of the new Shops in Cressy Street (Opposite Waring Gardens), Desires, to t&ank the Residents ©C Deniliquin for their Pat ronage in the Past, -and respectfnlly solicits a con tinuance of same. A Choice Assortment of Seasonable tfnnirlfi nn hi and HIGHEST QUALITY. LOWEST PRICES. THE OHESSflfliUMG DEPAHTMEHT IS UN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

? . ? Deniliquin Municipal Council. Deniliquin Commons. TENDERS. rMKSlftBB arc iuv,t,,l laiBmaWc OB A Mondnj. AuRuei ]2th, ;1( D „ ,n f,lr C.leaninKoul Tank on iWh Oomm.iii. ' Srccificatlonsm, office of Hie uuriowifineJ. JeiaTsl or *'* tcndei n-'1 Uecus-Si'i'r »=? cheque08'1 '[lh TCDder' £i incifsh or markod By Older, .'I'. 0. GILL1KS, Council Clerk. Town Hail, AuRust 6, 1901. ' NOTICE. 1'»H1S is to give Notice that all Accounts jvLb i » l0 mo ou account '-Klverine Journal, must be paid to Mr J. Wallace, wliose receipt will be a sufficient discharge. . ' ?' . U101IABU J. EAMES. Deniliquin, August 6th, 1901. FURNISHED ROOMS rpo LET TWO KKOXT ROOMS Fur X nwhciJ.williusn of Kitchen. Apply— Hue. I'iKKKB, Gcoigt Street. M.J.CAREW, —BUTCHER,— Napierand End Streets, DENILIQUIN, Robertson and Douglas Hii?e added n coufiigiimeni of CROCKERY AND QLASS WARE To their large stock of Grocery and Iron mongery and while thanking tlie pub lie of Ucniliquin and ilibtrict for their support during the ...

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The Casey Disqualification. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

The Casey Disqualifica tion. At the meeting of tho Jockey Club yesterday several letters were lead con uected with the recent disqualification of Sylvester C»suy over the alleged incon sistent running of Carlis in tJ»B Welter uaumuaif uu u\v nrst aay oi cne -| ui races. It will be within the recollection --f many that Onaey, the trainer of Carlis, was disqualified for six. months, after the horse won the Town Plate on the second days' races. Oiie of the- letters was from Mr T. S. Clibborn, Secretary of tho Australian Jockey Club, to the Secretary of. the-BJ.C. It r»ad aB follows ;— 'I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter, aud say thatthe .'committee of the Australian Jockey Club' have carefully' gone through the whole of the evidence, and at present cannot, : under statement ?ladej see how the running of Carlis in the races mentioned (Welter Handicap »nd the Town Plate) can. be considered inconsistent. Jam therefore to ask that you ( nill send me a copy of eaoh . race book with...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pastoral and Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

Pastoral and Agricul tural Society. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Council -if tho Pastoral Society was tald at the Jloy.-il Hotel vesterdny afternoon, flic M. J. Care* (Vice-president) occu pied tlii; clmir, and there were ,-ilso piv s-nt :- Mu-ms. J V. InKratii, P. Sparrow. i. A. Jb iLMismi, andJ. Burchtiuld. Thu iniiiuiKsof th« pfrjvinus meeting were r ad »i,d confirinu.l. CoiIltESrONDl^cp. ?Th^ convHijondrnfe iuo uded a Jpt-«r ftimi S. W'Tnock, pr..tebiiiiKngHiii»t not receiving a second priz- for thu best pair of iiuuiKH ; and from Mr Hawkins, a-kitis; tint a money prize lid awarded, in pkee of a certificate, fur the best collection of Vehicles. A recommendation from tlie Finance Commute.) ihat Mr Waruupk he awarded a luunuy prize equal «it*i ilut of Mr Clirke was adoDted. on tlm m-iti,,n ,.t M. Illurain. With regard to Mr Hawkins1 letter it was agreed that owing to the small meet ing that the letter be held over. - ? Accounts. Accounts amounting to £'229. lfis Id were pas...

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EAHUCAA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

KAlirCA MAnivKl'S. S1ihi:1(u1!, Whito mid C«., r«|«irl :— ??diili-.— l'tiiroiitry. FhIh uiiiiur, but Murm liittur. Kiill cIurmiico hffubtod. HiiKI -.—Kut ciiwh, loJCV 14-; fitHteeni, £\\ :U t.. 17 4* ; f»t liiiifi'ni, -null. £5 ; Mini' Btrcr*, 3 yours, £5 '.Mill ; nu., ~ j-uiii-k, i'4 11h : do 18 to 24 imnillm, i'.'l (is ; Ht ,|r ciiwn I-7k lo 00s ; luiifoi-K, IK inuiilliB, 49j ; yuarling Ntdura, 52b; oiKi-k. SAk (id ; (-. :«R(ld. Slii-op— I'm khuM luailily, lint ntoriwdull. .Sold :- M. woUiors, 16s '.Id : tin. and v-c-, I'.U !l,i ; oroBslin.'d imi-B, prime, Km 7-l ; MUinim-r Imiibs, price, \'2k'M ; M. Dues, fair, ]0.s, to l-ls lid; young him Ik. )i lid. 1'i^K— Siiinll uniry, liiicoliorii in K'riing r« mo, ?si. S )d : - JWcui |ii«h, 40s ; hloroe ':u ; young do., J4» ; Blips, *is lo HUM.

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COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

Committee Meeting. A meeting of the new Committee was held immediately after the con clusion of the annual meeting, there being present : Messrs. Wilshire, Jane, Wilkinson, Sparrow, Geraghtv Iselin, Hawkins, and Fox. Elkction of Office-bearers. me louowing othce-bearers for tlie ensuing twelve months were then I appointed :,— President— Mr O. Wilshire.ori the motion of Mr Iselin, seconded by Mr Geraghty. Hon Treasmer— Mr H. Lloyd (re elected), on the motion of Mr Jane, seconded by Mr Sparrow. Secretary— Mr $f. Wyse (re elected), on thejnotion of Mr Fox, seconded by Mr Sparrow, the salary to be the same as last Vp»r ' i.It £50 per annum. Auditors— Messrs W. H. Hooper, and A. Llewellyn (re-elected), on lhe motion of. Mr Jane, seconded by Mr Hawkins. Finance Committee— Messrs R. W. McLaurin, S. Fox, F. Sparrow H. Lloyd, and H. L- Wilkinson. Works Committee — Messrs H. Hawkins, J. Geraghty, and F. Jane. Foal Stakes. . It was agreed that the conditions of the Foal Stakes be the same as i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 9 August 1901

J- T. BOlTcHlEl W'«!» «-- .Mini.., , . 1 Hik«1, ,ml Jil-1Ha h «» i« M-i:.ln ? '~ «?««* itSZL^s ? '1 Men RrandKot Aim ., , K -'IfB GOOD Q**SS-,.A IM).-OKS KO.L „ ' ? .«melC«nrf0,,u.,lcl,H3ll|(1^l AuMto Hack. '«lw«v. Z, U Gc' '^M tiifttee. «n,l ut i«««,,n,il.|t m,^ ai ^-M -'OTB THE ADDRESD-. ? J. T. BOfCHiHn I '??^iutl;« 'l^tej-nHi. lSci,,, ,? SSwoiTsALi Raw tad- Boiled Oil I Turps, ' ? Draught Castor, H Stockholm. Tar, H Neatsfoot Oil, fl Plough lines, H Plough Shares. H Garden Spades, H Forks and Shovels-, I Fencing Wire, H Colonial Ovens H Iron Tanks. H At Reasonable Ratel P. FAQAN» ? ? ? ^^H DENILI^UIN CVClM MACHINERY AGENcH END STREET. ^M Acksts con: ^^M I):ivi----Fi:uikliu. lint bird. Kuli.i.:i,. II^H U.vi.iU, ClKveuiii.l, and II ? i^^| Uncles, (.miles' midliciL.. ^^M BictL-iu- uii iiire. ^^M Rui-niiv in «ver,v Ijiiinch of tin ir.i.iei^^H ??nine firumiMb. ^^H -uii'lritiri in Hii|ilic:ile3 Si.Kt.j.l. ^^B nmk.ng a»|ii;iiiiillj. ^^B AliKN'TK KilK: ^^M Peering Harvester Compn^^H Imp...

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