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Melbourne Markets [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
Melbourne Markets V\T Pni:Ki\-l4.3nO yurttod. inclinlina 4.MH) from KivuniM. llm s\mU\y wan wi-ll Huitudtn (radoroiiuiromoirii. I '-- m-rk.-l .opened pr»clio»Hy uiichnligotJ. niill Runner lemlonoy *»r I)'*1' '.'«'? criuiinn*. mid iw «'lw prneriwed pnei-H jtmdwlly liardrm ?! i« imjiMved r*t«n. (,limUitiiiiih : - l'riinc crnmbral wi'tlii'is, friiin l'.ts tn 'ill' : °*tr» J'rime di-. do (K-vrriua drafm). »l. 2M (») mil 24s ; p.mi do. do., frimi l«s «i lo Ms (id ; niiildhfiR, from 13s ; prune criNwbrud eww, from lfn to IV' -id ; exirn, no. Ho., from 18s M tnlita M ; C'md, do. do., from i:-s «rl to lf)s ; nnddlinc, from 11m fid ; prime niuriiiu wethers, (rnui 1T« t-- 18s 3d ; extra do. -!»?. (Uivcrinn draft*), l« Kl.s Oii mid 20n 3d ; i!-«*l do. do., from 14s to 15a fid ; mid.Iliup, from Uh (id ; with few Hiorino ch'oh, lit 13k (M. I'iT Kaiihv.— 3,120 were penned. H«sl duscrijitiiiim rcalitcd about lute rates, wliila for (wounds and Miiall Hpring lnuib.1, jiricci) ruli-il decidedly easie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
FOR Good White Blankets. Good Blue Blankets Good White Quilts , Good Buggy Rugs Good Hearth Rugs ;Good Mattrasses ; Good Furniture Good Coir Mats . ' SEE ISUPS STOCK ? ???.' ?. ' TN '.' ' : END STREET FOR A GOOD ARTICLE; AS IT IS THE CHEAPEST. Blacksmith & Shoeing Forge. G. LANGSHAW, DKSIKES to iulimatc to the residents o£ Doniliquiu and 6Uirounding district, that lie lias opened as above in the back portion of the premises' of the Bivcrinb Sndiilery Ktnporium, and trust by Etrict attention to business to merit a fair share of support. ? ? . ??;?;. .? ?'? : AH kinds of Buggies and Wag gons repaired. Horseshoeing and General Black smithing by a. Competent .Tradesman. . CHARGES MODERATE. A TRIAL SOLICITED. WANTED. 2,000 PELTS 2,000. H. L«: JONES, SADDLGR, *c., DENILIQOIN, Gives the Highest cash price for all Kinds of Furred Skins. Hides, frum 2d to 3 Id per 1b. SlicupsUius, from Id to Cd pur lb. Horsehair. liees\v:ix. mid nil kinds of Sundries Refreshment & Oyster Salo...
A DROWNING BOY'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
A DB0WNING BOY'S MESSAGE. John Croft,, aged 10 years, who was boarded out by the State at Liechardt, instead of attending school on Friday afternoon last, spent the time with other boys in tho bush. On returning home the boys hod to cross' a bridge over a. canal. Croft expressed an in tention to swim the canal, and added that i$ne of the others were game to follow him. Tho lad thereupon jumped into tbe water, He beoame exhausted and after calling-out, 'Tell mother I said Eood-bye to her,' sank and was drowued,
The Perricoota Crown Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
The Perricoota Crown Lands. ISclow we iiubliib imrtiuulatK of the IC blacks of Unm-ii Innds 011 I'aricooui wliicli ?vyill be available for Houicitt-ad Scluctinn on and after ilic I'tJi October next. The 1/jchI litind Board will sit at the ilcniiiquin Court House 00 the 36th October, and deal with any application which tuny )*? mnde for euch lamie upto2Srd Ociobcr inclusive. An npplication for a Homes toad selection shall be in Form 7, and must be accompanied by one half yenrs's rent, in .-idvancu, and a survey as hereinafter specified ; or if tbe ap plicant dnsires to defer, payment of the survey fee, tueu hy one-third of the total amount thereof. The application shall be signed aud t,hc declaration printed on the back of the form shall bo made by the appli cant. The Hiinlication may be lodged with the Land Agent by the. applicant in. person, or by his auent in person duly authorised for the purpose in writing, during oflice hours on 17th October;, 1901, or during office, hours on u...
COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
COURSING CLUB. Although there is no likelihood of a match taking place this season, the members of the Coursing Club are sparing no efforts to have the plump ton completed. At a meeting held. at the Federal Hotel on Monflay evening' the Treasurer;s statement showed that after th^o purchase of a mile of wire netting, there was still a balance of £83, mode up with subscriptions in hand and to be collected. After formal business' had been attended to tho meeting terminated.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
TheBri% Hotel; Napier Street, penHiqulft. I J. T. BOtJCHlER, I ryisuEs u- intimB,0 t0 , I cla^Accommciiation. Good SUWi^'^ I GOOD GUASSPAMOCKS FOR n0RSES I Sintrle and Double Harness Uotus m ' I E'«?. p'8[. 'to. and Ladies' and CtaS? I saddle Hacks always on Hire .7«i w ' ? notice, and at reasonable ratw l BtortCtl I Note the Adduebb— I J. T. BODCHIElt, I Bridge Hotel, I Opposite Public School. I NOWON SALE. I Raw and Boiled Oil, I Turps, I Draught Castor, I Stockholni Tar, ? Neatsfoot Oil, I Plough lines, ? Plough Sliares, ? Garden Spades, I PnrUi anri *-1ir«,olr ^H Fencing Wire, I Colonial Ovens I Iron Tanks. I At Reasonable Rates, I . AT ' I P. FAQANS',1 nRISFIl IOIIIM rvric ? ?— ' '-^ ? » m ~^»» ^^ ^*» ? t ^ ^^ ft VL4L4 ^^M AND I MACHINERY AGENCV, I END STREET. I Agents foe: H Davies-Frauklin, Red Bird, Kalcigh. Rent, H Dayton, Cleveland, and Dumber ^| Cycles. La-lies' and Geut.'s ^| Uicyclcs on hire. H Repairs in every branch of tlie trade done H on the premises. H Sundries an ...
MOAMA POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
MOAMA POLICE COURT. At the Moaina Police Court on Wednesday Herbert Clapham was charged with a breach of the Medical Act of New South Wales. Th6 whole day was occupied in the taking of evi dence. The testimony of the police shnwnri thnt accused had been practis ing as a medical man, though his name did not appear on the list of registered medical practitioners. The bench dismissed the cage, though tho Police Magistrate (Mr F. W. Garstang) remarked that accused had touched perilously near a contravention- of the Act. A socond charge was pre ferred against accused that, being a person advertising that he treated latients at a certain aouse, uu unu uui the name upon the building. After the evidence had been gone into Mr Nathan) who defended accused admitted a technical offence. Accused was fined £20, thbUgh the opinion was expressed that this would probably be reduced by memorialising the Crown Law depart ment.
FOOTBALL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
FOOTBALL MATCH. By the bid-day train to-morrow a team of ^footballers chosen from the Commonwealth Club will leave for Moama to , play a match against tbe Hoatjja Club. . The local players wi(l be selected from the following : — H. Alph4y (captain), J, Turnbull, T. Ddjatthews, T. Collins, T. Butcher, G. Rtobertson; A. Malcolm, G. Dowker, W. M'Farlane, O. Glanville, M. Burns, P. Matthews', G. Lawrence, A. Harry, R. M'FaulU W. Llewellyn, A. Fergu son, R. Butler, E. Comber, R. O'Brien, M. Hannan, and W. For man.
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
'the rainfall. Since last issue we have to report welcome rains throughout tho State, and particularly in all the districts where it was most badly needed. Seventy points was registered at the local telegraph office, but in the im mediate district it was much heavier. At Hill Plain over an inch and a half has fallen, while out towards Morago the residents report over an inch. The rain fell in the nick of time, and already the north and south common present a healthy appearance. The following are the returns : — Denili- qain, 70; Moulamein, 114; Balronald, 92 ; Euston. 82 ; Pooncarie, 169 ; Booligal, 68 ; Hay, 76 ; Darlington Point, 209 ; Ivanhoe, 83 ; Mossgiel, 80 : Hillston. fi» : Jerilderie. 255 : Urana, 196 ; Wagga, 94 ; Gundagai, 103 ; Lockhart, 50 ; Wentworth, 81 ; Conargo, 48 ; Germanton, 7 ; Tocumwal, 31 ; Corowa, 13 ; Maude, 22 ; Echuca, 87 ; Oxley, 105 ; Broken Hill, 70 ; Menindie, 76 ; Bourke, 98 ; Brewarrina, 90 ; Goo dooga, 115 ; Wilcannia, 13 ; Brookong, 40.
The Marriage Laws. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
The Martiage Laws. Qsr. o! tbo earliest pieces of legislation taken iu Lund by tbe Government is ;ui aiuvudinout of tbo Marriage Laws. l''of some time, past tbera ins been a growing fvcling that this State occupies a soinewhiit antiquated position rcgarumg inarnagc, aim that in con sfqut'iico «t tiie absonco of up-to-dato legislation miilable to tbo requirements of tho j)oople under present conditions abuses have crept in wbich aru directly resp\)n«able (or a gr-sat deal of marital uithappiness. Tho stfttonicnt made by Mr Buttor in tbe Legislative Council on last Wednesday week that ' there had been aeoso-wiicro a wouihii liad woke ud one morning to find beside her u 1'ian wli'j c'i^'Mfd. U.' I'!1 her li.i.isbiiljd; )«t wo'11 *ic ^ not know,' w«w tta I *IM)gible story, lint WM a fact known 10 ui»».v l^P'6 M ^?8 absolutely true i' &u cn*° drink, and the smarr.'^ oI KOinu 'dividual running what is called «. Matrimonial Agency, were rbie'ly t0 blame. Kut behind these is Hie lax...
TAKING THE VEIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
TAKING THE VEIL, On Thursday morning the beautiful chapel attached to tho Brigidino Consent (Echuca) was filled with the relatives and frionds of a number of sisters abaut to. be professed and received. The ceremonies were performed by bis .Lordsaip X-r. jtevuie, O.S.A., assisted by Very Rev. Prior O'Byrne, O.&.A. (Echuca), and Very Kev. Prior Meredith, Q.S.A. (Roches ter). The young ladies who were admitted to Holy Profession were Miss Annie. Kelly, of Ararat (in re ligion,. Bister M. Fhuomena) 1 M,iss Alice Jilapchen, of EJinore (in religion SiBtafWWK^rtinft) ; Mire Mary Vosti, of Englenawk (in religion Sister M. Anthony). The young ladies who received the Holy Habit were Miss Aqnie Ryan, of Kyabram (in religion ?Bister Mary X,avier) ; Hiss Maggie Grace, of Jfannella (in religion Sister M. Aquinas). At the conclusion of the ceremonies tho guests aajournoa to the School Hall, where the dejeuner was served.
A.N.A. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
A.N.A. BAUL. At a meeting of the above Associa tion on Monday evening a conversa tional discussion took place as to the advisability of holding an inaugural ball owly nest month. It wo* pointed out that it would hojn to defrov the heavy expenses wmcu nave been incurred with tho Branch, s in ception to tho town, and also tend to bring in new members. It was practically decided that a ball should be held, as the committee appointed to draw up. the Syllabus were asked to place a, ball on the programme.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
'►-jL, When they pat it man UiJiJ^Ji in Ka°l, ho cannot iol -48 (8 ! W low his natural incliua Wm !i\' iion- H'8 enjoyment -HiKjSf I ot lite is limited. ':. He VVwXmr ? cannot eat what he jUgli gfl wants to. He is limited 1« §&r to a very frugal diet. , kUhW $LrA Ho -s alive, to be hure, ~§n$] sfpW but life doesn't poBvess iffim*i!Mm v«ry ''''if advantage. I «S5k1i«l8isi Are not al! these dnrige %r~^iiF§sif? equally true --f tbe dys ?j— 'liiiif pptio'! v'r 'au tue H$«trjw ie*| oiijoyiiiuut he jiti'ir & SsSbP out of lift!, ha might ue *~ iSr WlbK i» fiar.l. He LEU JfflSh « cauuot. eut what lie mml lit™, nor *» much of it 1 MML Mhe would like. If be Pra^ tr^sgr^s a»y of th Ka^^^Ssrules uf hi» dut, he IB CM ^HSglW'Wbed for it. HB \^ * g) sb'ffew much ; nets litUi 1H - nyiupatby. UyBpe|»ii. \M start- with iml,^rti..,i. I JiHr ami may le*d to «Jiiiom atiything. Indig stiin niuitus u fariety ?-! tliiujjs— it mIiohb ittelf in llliiiy wuy«. M Kr-.t, pcrliaps a little lieavnn...
THE PRISONER ACQUITTED. WELLINGTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
THE PRISONER ACQUITTED. WELLINGTON, Monday. Kobert Douglas, who is serving a Jife sentence for another offence, has been acquitted on his self-confessed charge of the .nurder of Mrs Pain at Masterton three years ago. The death is reported of Mr Archibald Anderson, son of Mr James Anderson, grazier, of Yarran Vale, of the Narandera district, and who managed his father's estate. Mr Anderson lanced ah abscess on the face of a foal on Tuesday morn ing last when some of the pus got into a small cue on his hand. In the afternoon he complained of feeling ill, and gradually grew worse. Paralysis of the limbs and spasms followed. Dr. Watt, was sent for, but arrived too late, Mr Anderson dying the following morning from acute blood poisoning..
Confession of Murder. AFTER THREE YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
Confession of Murder. AFTER THREK YEARS. In October, 1S98, Mrs Susannah Pain, about 40 years of age, was found dead in a track at Mikiniiki, in the Wellington district of New Zealand (writes the Dunedin corres noncient of the Melbourne ' Argus'). She was found lying face downwards in a shallow part of the stream by her son. She had gone out to do some work on the hills with a young man named Robert Douglas, who Vr-as engaged about the place. DoiifTlas stated that the woman had gone in one direction and he in an o.thtr. As she was subject to fits, and the slight marks about the head were pronounced to have been re ceived alter death, it was assumed that she had a seizure at the creek, and, falling forward, was drowned. One suspicious circumstance was. noted, but did not receive the attention it deserved — one of the woman's shoes was found some distance from the body. Early in January, 1899, the daughter of a settler at Upper Op^ki was outraged and treated in a most brutal manner whi...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
An extraordinary spectacle was pre sented in Paris on Sunday when a Croat pilgrimage of invalids started for Lourtlps, tho famous pilgrim town, in tbo Upper Pyrenees, where the Virgin Mary is said to havo miraculously ap peared in 1858. Some 12,000 persons took part in the pilfirimage, including the blind, tho deaf,. the dumb, cripples of various kinds, find those iu advauced stages of consumption and othor diseases. Tho pilgrims filled in all 23 trains. Their Royal Highnesses tbo Duke and Duchess of Cornwall aud York at Capo Town. The Royal visitors received a magnificent welcome. Mr J. T. Blaekott, and old resident of Group Grong, in tho Karandera District, N.S.W., committed suicide by strychniuo poising. Mr John Dillou, M.P., for Mayo, and a member of the Irish Party, de clares that the statement that Mr Slichael Dav^itt. who is at present on a mission to America to raise funds for the' Irish Nationalist Party, addressed a meeting at Chicago, at which tho notorious Irish agitator...
THE INDEPENDENTS. Post Office Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
the inde rupDEtfrs, Post Office. Time Table. We trust the readers of the J-in7ii/t(iii Independent will find tliu following time tublo useful. Cut this out and paste it up iu your oflice for reforenco-; — MAILS CLOSE. Southdown, Maihouia, Moainn, HcliuuB' and ISendigo, D.iily, 7.50 u.ii\. (Kunflaya ex' cepled.) Hill l'laiu, Mathourn, Moira, Navnrhin, aloama, Kflhuui, T.l'.O. (Vic), Bemiigo, Melbourne, Albury, lirokon Hill, Adelaide, Uaily, 12.20 p.m. (Sumiays jxceplod). Hoharl, (Tus.), Lauuceslon, Dunedin (N.Z.), Nomi, days previous to departure from Melbourne. London, Tuesdays, noan. Tocumwnl (via Aralula), Tiiursd aud Rini^rti'u Q 30 n in Fiiiloy, Thiirsduye and Suudavs, 10.30 a.m. Oochrnne Creek (viaCobran, etc.), Satur dayE, 8 a.m. Cocliranc Creek (via Daly's, Faulk's, cto.) Wcdniutdays and Salurdaya, 8 a.m. Morago, Moulameir., Wenvworth, Tues days and FridayB, 5.30 p.m. Oonargo, Jerilderie, Urana, Travelling l'.O., Sydney, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, fi.H0 p.m. Hay, Pretty...
The Stock Tax. STATE GOVERNMENT DECLINES TO ABOLISH IT. Melbourne, 20th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
T|ie £tock Tax. STATE GOVERNMENT DECLINES TO ABOLISH IT. Meluouhne, 20th August. When the ''Legislative Assembly was a Oout to adjourn on Thursday, Lieut en- ant-i-ulonel lleay nskeil that the Premier give special consideration to the abolish ing of the Stock Tax. Mr Peacock stated yestordav afternoon that the Prime Minister had expressed his opinion thut it was a nutter which .should be dealt with hy r.ne 'State Legislnture, and the law otlieot'S had'advieed him that they still had cue power to deal with it. x'he Oabino* has onmo' to the cnnclu«ion thut it would be a greAt injustice and Ivrcach of f.iiih if tliu State legislature interfered iu any way wiflf the tariff 'until ir was a mutter of vory great urgency. He asked who would have the benefit. of reducing the [irice of meat to the consumer. air John M'lntyre s«id that it would he of itnmeSiate benefit tu tho people. If lhe tax ?Were ieiiinved only a month earlier by tho State House than probably it would bo'.uy.tbe Federal Ho...
Important Land Case. RIGHTS OF MARRIED WOMEN. AS CONDITIONAL PURCHASE HOLDERS. DECISION OF THE FULL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 23 August 1901
Important Land Case, UiGirrs op MAHitiion wumkn. AS CONDITIONAL 1MKCHASE U0L.PEKK DECISIOK OF THE ll-'tL COCUT. Tho question whether » married woiDdtt «\ot Judicially ftapftratea c-« bu the holder »f « condiuoiul jiuiahn-'! o»nio up for decision last week bofuro tho 1- ull ^''rU ooniiistuig of Mr Justica Stephen, Mr Jumico G. B. Sim'son, and Mr Justice Cohoi), arpimenr bemtf coiitiuueu. in the casa ^norali I-ukp ajipbed for a mandamus to compel the Minuter for Lwids to register tliu transfer of a condi tional purchase from sin official assignee (the late Augustus Morris) to her. ; Mr Pilchor, K-C. and Mr Pike (in Structod Ijy Mesora Uujhoa and Hughes) appeared in nupport of the auplication ; and Dr. Slv, Mr Uanb^^y Davics, and Mr Canaway (instructed by tliu Crown Solicitor). for tho Crown. ^Tne point srose under beetioa 47 ottne L-rnd Act of 1889. Tho C.P. in question had origiunlly belonged to Alfred Luke, tho husband of the npplicant, bo having become bankrupt. Sho purchased it fr...