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EEHUCA COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

EGHDCA COURSING CLUB/ On Wednesday the final meeting for the season of the Echuca Coursing Club took place in -a drizzling raiu. The Farewell Stakes for puppies was won by Mr B. Farroll's f and ' w d Freebooter, by Bushranger— Faith II., Mr fa. li. Norwoods.r d Hands Up, by Bushranger— Weazel acting ap runner up. ' Mr Norwood also supplied the ruuner-up for the President's Stakes with Morgan, by Bushrangor — Lady Highness, tho winner, Mr W. Bruce's Bullfinch, hailing from Bendigp. Mr E. J. Rowehad two dogs competing, but both were unsuccessful in win ning a course. '

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Items of News. FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

Items of News. FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. At a meeting of the above Associa tion on Tuesday evening it was arranged that a return' match be plujed against Moama on Wednesday next, on the local ground! It was decided that the local team bo chosen from the following players represent in' the throo clubs : — Messrs H. Alphoy, W. Allen, T. Butcher, b. Uuist. ill. Burns, A. Butler, J. Casley, P. Casley, T. Collins, G. Dowker, A- Fordham, O, Glanvillo, A. Havry, M. Hannan, C. Harrison, F. Jewell, W. McFarlano, L. Mahar, T. llottbows, A, Malcolm. H. Marshall, A- . Mac donald, P. Matthews, A. McPherson, S. Ross, G. Stratton, J. Stratton; A. Thome, C. Taylor, W. Taylor, J. Webb, and R. Webster. Wo have boen requested to state that a scratch match will bo played tomorrow after noon, when all the above-named an expected to bo present. It was also decided to close the competition for tbe local premiership, and a motion was carried declaring tho Common wealth Club premiers.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Forest Conservation. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

Forest Conservation. During the debate upon tbe consuro inotiou in our local Parliament, Mr Cohen, tho member for Petersham, delivered himself of an idea, which, though not new in itself, yet in its possibilities seems worthy of some comment. In order to got rid of tbi- UKeinpioyml diraculty, ho snggfists that I largo areas of tho state should bo pluutod with those timber trees, which scionco and experience combined have taught us will grow well withio. our ghoroi, and will ho easily and freely utili/.ahk wuou grown. Iu the per formance of that work he thinly thero could bo foand work for the workless and a source o{ revenue to ihe country. , TJ10 idea bad totting io do with tho v..,( ..?: (.??itbiiit:. nor, wo fancy, had Mr C n), : lam !i in ?!-) witb tin; idea. liut iIji 1 1- ? ?:''''1' l'WL' 'iuro w'sdoin «.tnl nun i I1'''1)' '' l'1G snggoBtion than ini-i '? ''''? lJ'' '' ft ''rs'1 8'lini;oi or L'VI'U Ll1..?1 Mr CoIh-ii iinattiued, probably , w].', .. ;, j;iim- birth to it. Thu n...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

^_^ That lump, in' a jS^^ man's stomach which %f'aJ makes him irritablo . \*/ aP4 mUerablo and un . jjirnGfefr ? . fit for busiucss or MHa^^i iileasuro is caused by JHaSBfelKKm I'idigcBtioil. Indigce MgEmSgRfflBk covers a multitude of «Bg»G|Ira9 sins. The trouble may ^tSMi ,' fjUlnr ^e '' t'le e'°'1J0''' ^gWiK^S * liver or bowels. fi 1^ ? Wherovor it is it is ? ' B caused by the prosonoo I i A I of poisonous refuse I f B I mattor, which Nature I I JB - 1 has been unable to rid I 1 1^ V 1 herself of unaided. In I /J ll WB such aa-ee wise poopla I I \\ Mb 'end down a health I ll '' *\®r officer, peraonified by Ilfj0«\r one of Dr- force's I / IfBttSk 1 1 Induh Boot Pills, to 1 1 1 3MOT I \ eearoh but the seat of \\J^r\jJ trouble and remove tho Wp ^0 cause. Ono of 'Or. ^^ . Morso's Indian Root j Pills will romovo a very big lump and .lot 1 as a gentle laxative. A short course of Iir. ! Menu's Indian Root Pills will Cure indigestion (permanently). They also cure constipation. Ur. Morse's...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SERIOUS ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

SElHOr.S ACCIDENT. A man named Did* was ?duultad into the Hospital yesterday witb a badly fractured U-i aiid'othcr injuries. The circum:tanci'rt nro oxtreinely sad. Dole rusidos on Hiirtwond, and ifi a brother of the young man that at Lnmntai] in pnimiiiit suicide by jump ing from the Edwards Bridge into the river on Monday iiHji- Ho had been informed of tbo occurrence, and in order tocome iu tu doniliquin aud see his brother rode to the horeo paddock on Uarttfood io obtain another horse, when bo was thrown heavily to the ground. No particulars are available, but we were informed at nine o'clock last night that tbe poor fellow was iu a critical state.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin [?] Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

Deniiujtun Mu-iicij -ai Council. .?.. M. .!.-...:? ??? :-? ??'? ?' ? ?? - (A!iir«nni. I'. .Uitr|..i«u|i'11l ''? ''?' r- ''' Mmit mci.: |n«i-iii AiiI.-mii'ii .i.:«t.-''. I1, i ? m, .).«:i'p. l.ii.'hloi'l. K,!ii. 1-nnt .'i i: f.iBii-. Tin- lliiiw.n -?- !''- |.!-ii.ni. mwlii.,; vn.-ir».i....'l ? liit.i.-l. tillllllMNlSllKSIT. i..H,.,-. * ? ,,.,.1 :--!'.. S.-.-I. '..iv Muni .-,,,,! Af'»'i -i i..u. i-nui'ii ill'' A:.i.-nili'i ,l4iir .ii»l -;. KvaiiK wmil.l ..wind -li' Mum iiii-iM'..uf.-ri-11-i!. Frnm tin- Ji.-iiiniii.nl. ol i-amlc, «ayn,« ilifi CVumi-flN 1i-Mit Willl |t[i;1.-7W'' 'n 111. lilllHlilltlllKIlt -lU Hlli:,MH».ll- Li Mi HlWIUll i.m I.A..i li-'iin rcti-nwl iii tin- Jn-tri'1 S'i' v.-.-.ir ..I ll.iv. I-V.iu .1. I!. Kvnns Ml'., ?iitiiiK In- liii'l wnin.il ii|miii tin! M'li-l''- rr..ii.is.-.is..i.l.:ti,ll.: !?!;??. Th.r Millifl-r li:i.l Informed liim I hat lii! Mil* uimble u- f'A ihrtL nin-i:iil.v.it--il, hut. W'Jiil'l ii'' ''?'''? Vein HLiuif, Myiny Ihs had wnii«'l 'I''' «-h' Mi:ii...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROPOSED RAILWAY EXTENSION TO WENTWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

PltOPOSEp RAILWAY EXTEN SION TO WENTWORTH. The mayor of Weiitworth has re ceived a communication from the under-secretary of works intimating that tho Minister has approved of au amount boing voted on tbo loan esti nratus 10 proviue mo JSew south Wales portiou of tbo money required for the erection of the railway bridge over the Murray in connection with the extension of tho Mildura railway to Wentworth.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

AMV'INSIDIOUS F0£ Creeps oh Like & IHilePiftihelligk ?'? / Thpfcasaof ? Mrs. E; '?*. HYDE. :; ?Wdflfrecti'd^-finpyter to wait upon MrS. 'RlizaOB^tloaSna Siyde, of No. 1 Ada Villasi .Ki-sklnevjllc-itiad, Kcwtowh, and . ubtii.i» some fnflUiibOHt her liito sickness. ? 'I Jkivd . been intarined that yqii were reriouol^'indieposedi'aud made a surprising reeoi'oryMJJ.-i //?_-'? ':- .. .. ! „ ' your nnoi-mauon waa ijmi/u ^uiiwiiu, was the reply. '1 am uncertain whether to attriljiife i'ny illness to the difference in t.tVo Australian ailil English climates, or whethcMt waapbraiiKlit «bqufc through .top oioie' ari'atfclicStion luJHisinesK tyvt, IMaf* siy lioHi- c'Mnbified;'':were ^6«p8Alblesfor -.!i:ittoiiiij- my iicaliii. My complaint. came niioM in8, in-a most inRidipuB manner, like a u,i.-( ijiiu.o^iisiii. iJofoio ' I;fttotui31y Wt ruiHy ill I uoliced my skin getting dry, and ilio 'colour.- lcnvfqg,^niy face. ; AViienJ! nnivcilTroiii %he old country -I. was quite proud tif my ros...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wedding [?]-NOYES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

Wedding* v. ? n ;v!.,:;-koVKs. ' V— ii.1. ? '?' l! Mi'iHowntw! Blanon ,. ,'' .' ??.-: daughter .'f Dr.anii ,, '.' . . .i N..y.!s, ..f '],iiviT»hiok' .;;,„,.,,; ? .!. Mi-Archibald Hulber., on ul m ?'? !-:Alr William Oi-ioii VVin ilevir fi.nn- '-''' Waniilwn'jjeryswi.ioii, no ,r -ii-i. « iK'-elclirnli.-d ill St. I'iiuI's ninrcli ii: ^rdni-siay, 21st instniil . Tin- nlii'in-Ii '' ?ll ''?e' tnsK'fully Jcciii-at.ed uiil. 'fh..-i- li I'vers by frivu'is df Uie Ill-id.-, an1' h''-i|-''r! ^n'' l'10' a'«l«K «f thu siiuiii.i v :ln litters 15. »nd A., the bri.ic nl liri -i' i'''' H 'iii'i.vk, jiretlily worked in ivliif ;i :??' I'inuvi. lut.s npjjoiiroil whilst h niiima-'eiii1'1' '»mi»MU»id«J feiu tile uroli. Hie cluircli wan cr.iwddd us (.h« bridp en lurud tlio uniirehon thd'«vni of lier^ftthor, fulliiwiil by MaB'or ISoiibie Landale, Mins H.ii.lio Ottiiii, '-I'1 t»u little train bearers, ,.n,l tluii l'.iuio lin.' bridcfnnaids Miss jVnyes iiiiJ ^'ss M'fg« Noyoa. The lin,:,. i'.!:i lui.koil u'.it...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

Over the Border. MBLKOURKK. A sensational trageflv occurred atthe W* fiidciice nf Mr Knov, Union Aventte,. Ktittlf cotv, nn (Slin.lny, when a morril-d tvoHISH ned .Surah Jane Cooper, a mMcr tn Mf Kn.iX, niwiiipuiii Ui-tiavMte UirimV of hW four-vcar-wl'l son. Mp Cqoger had Ittcll lirinp with her -mifihiuid at '? lirrol-iatrceti North Melbourne, but as she showed signs of iiiKaiiiiv, she wakj on tlie icconinienJatioii of two dmaorn, lakeii to her brother's resi dence, in the hope Hint the i.-lwnuc of scene would act beneficially. On Sunday Mr ?Khox went, into tho garden, with coipe friends, Icavinj! his sister and her child in the kitchen.' Shortly afterwards Mr KuoSi woS attactei by h'a ring* the little boy scream and rushinH into the Iiqus», he XraR horrified IO Una uie uciuui;l«.j iiiuuici mi\;.v.ug »v t.«* child's 'throat witn i'taWe knife. Hequicitlj took the knife from Mrs Codpor, and ESen* for the police. The woman ? was taken 'to tho Northnote walohhouse -by Constable Malkin, ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Closer Settlement Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 30 August 1901

Closer Settlement Bill (liV H. O. FKKEMAM.) Tl..! Kill in iinit-ide fnr tlio jmrcliasa r,f and r- 'Niinii'liiin »f Private Ulid« forjlif nui/Hiite of c;osor mjttltmiei.L was iw' «n | lli'piiiMii^tliV AH«omV1y 011 Oip 1*1' Aucust ?-}' M-- Click, MiniK-rr for Linus. Thvrc iiri! 28 chnscs in tho Mw-uu-. Pr.vMd -IrikIs iirc jdeseriUL-d as iln-.se other 'thiin Crown lands, hk defined ill the ? 1 ...,.1.. a..i ,.f 1KK.1 1,111 include Undi held under Coiidilional nr oUut loaKO. ; ! Tlio roethiitlBof dwili'ij; with Private ?inndH and making them nv«ilal-le for li^R' td the public Bit as ?follows :— ? Ihs Minister Iihh po«er to declare by 110t.iticat.iu11 in the 'Gazette' I hat tiny lands are set apart for closer Bcttleinentj and until such notification is revoked or becomes null md void, nn sain or disposi tion of the land by the owner can he made beyond n lease for a term not exceeding 12 months. If. the land is not ultimately Resumed the 'Minister, on the recommendation of the Board may p...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIMBER REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

TIMBEft REVENUE. Mr Forester Wilshire reports that the royalty returns for timber within the district during the year ending Jiine 80 last amounted to £53Sfl 14s jjd. License fees, etc., produced £172 8s, or a total revenue of £2559 2s 8d.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BALRANALD HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

TItE BALRANALD HOSPITAL. A special meeting of the BalranaJd Hospital committee was held On Monday night, whert Dr. J. E. MoiEt, late of Tocumwal, was ap pointed medical officer, in place of Dr. J; P. Kelly, resigned: There were eight applications for the position. Eleven applications were received for the position of matron. Tb,o com mittee narrowed them down to three, viz., Nurse Thomas, of Bondigo ; Nurse Woods, of Waugaratta; and Nurse Stokes, of Echuca. The final selection has not yet beeu made.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RINGBARKING ON SETTLEMENT LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

RlNGBARKtNG ON SETTLE MENT LEASES. It hap been tilti fcustom of the Lands Department in the past to charge a fee to holders who desire to rmg-bark, the fee having be-Sn devised in order to give the Crotyn' conttol of the. timber on settlement leases. The maximum has been £4 and the payment of this sum has been a source of much dis satisfaction to lessees. Mr' D. B. Hall, M.P., who has been- interesting himself in the matter, recently waited on the Minister for Lands with a view to obtaining a concession. Mr CricKj whilst unwilling to abolish the charge ; altogether, agreed to reduce the maxi mum to £1, and fresh regulations are now being prepared to that effect.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.N.A. BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

A.N.A. BALL. At tho meeting of the Association on Monday evening it was decided to hold a Plain and Fancy Dress Ball in tho Town Hall on Wednesday evening, 25th instant. A committee, consisting of Messrs F. Jane, H. L. Jones, J. Wallace, H.. Wyse, J. Kynaaton, 1- . B Taylor, R. Douglas, R. Turnbnll, A. T. Jones, J. Turnbull, P. S. Bick nell) ? . Fysh, C. B. Jones, A. Butler, J. Robertson, W. Alien, G. Dowker, and A. W: Matthews, was appointed to carry out the details. The price of admission was fixed at 7s 6d for double or single tickets, with 2s 6d for extra lady, and stage tickets Is. The object of the ball is to endeavour to obtain sufficient money, to recoup the ex penses incurred by the Head body in' opening this Branch. Mr'. F. Janfe promised to supply the music gratuit ously, and Mr Geo. Evans donated eatables.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. Tim fortnightly mooting of thin Assooiolidu, bold on Monday, ovpuina last at tlio Tomporanco Hall, was attended by over 80 member*!, Mr U- T. .Inni'; AirnsidfUt) 0CCUPYU1K the chair. Messrs H. Nance and ?!?. Jilliott wore elected benefit members of tho Association, and W. Kiug, F. P. Shaw, and J. Robertsan (Honorary); aud the following were proposed, to be ballotted for at uext mooting -—Messrs \V. Cl. M'Gurdio, W. Martin, A. Daly, A. Lacy, and H. Allibon (benefit), and J. Murphy (honorary). Bro. Wallace gave notice of motion that the night of m™iin,r lin nitarfid from Monday to Thursday j and Bro. F. B. Taylor also gave notice that ho would move at the next meeting that the Association have another medical officer in addi tion to Ur, Grahaift. The Treasurer reported the receipts for tho evening tojbe £3 Is 9d, and the meeting ter minated;

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MURRAY WATERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

THE MURRAY WATERS. A publin meeting called by the Toctim wal branch of the Farmers' Union was he,d on Saturday in the Mechanics' Institute to consider the question of the extension of the levee now termi nating at tuo iuppat ureeU channel. Mr Harrison voiced the opinion of the majority present when he pointed out the probable danger to the river resi dents owing to the extensive levee works already carried out on the Vic torian side of the river should & flood occur equal to that of 1870 aqd 1889, and a resolution was carried, three only voting, against it, that tho New South Wales Government be requested to carry on the levee ivork down the river to. the Cornalla Sandhill, a dis tance Of about 80 miles. Mr Wise wood, one of the objectors, said more good would bo done by deepening the head of various creeks on the suggested route, and bo allowing the flood-water to take a natural course before the Murray overflowed its. banks. Nouo of the larger property-owners were presect ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHUCA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

ECHUCA MAKKKTS. Of fat and uioro toltle thor«s wore 420 yardod. Fat fcconly Mmpblui} fur. Fur Ward ntoi'0 «loors in good demand, but j'nuno cattle hard to quit. Suld :— li'at cowfl, prime, £10 2h to £11 4s ; tut hI.ooiw fair, £(i 14» to £7 ; f.t*-ro Bloars, 2 to ',i year, fair. £5 2s Od ; do., 2 yeurB, fair, £4 fis to £4 14b ; do., 18 muiitlis, £2 14a ; BlMro oowh, to £2 1 4s (Id ; lino young cattle, 12 in ]8 monlliH, £? ?s ; linoycaij ings. :ios ; lino balVos, Ifis. Shctip.— i'rimo lotji Btronj; domHiid, but stores dull, feold ;— Comuhask wethers, pots, prime, fiBsj KUinilU-r lambs, lls ltd to 129; yctiHi; Umb', !)a 7d. Pigs.— IWonore rouliseil lulo good rales, and all classcu of Btoros worn wanted. Sold light, b.-iciiera-, . 47s t» 4!ts ; prime porkers, 33s ; young wiorttHi lHstid U- 15s 9J ; dips, 8s 3i to lO* -}i.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAKOOL CUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

THE WAKO0L CUTTING. \Vhkn Mr Clarke, of the Water Con servation Department.. took the levels of tho Wakool prior to the work on the cutting being carried out, ho then gave it as his opinion that 'when the gauge at the Edward River Bridge showed. 5ft. of water, the Wakool would then run. Tb.6 Cutting has now been com pleted under the superintendence of Mr Blomfield, and we were yesterday informed that the Wakool River was now rurning for the first time since 1894, the Edward River gauge show ingift. Gin.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 6 September 1901

iSTOCli MilVErtKNtS. i,:!7(- mixrd tihoup from Uenili-\uin lo itnuMi ; 5,15(1 wuthitrs ffitm Cornail.i tn Uurrio Hud Siitith, North Waku-.il ; 1,330 mixed kIicuii (Kxom. lute T. ^cn:hani) Troin Udniliijuin to Hill J'Kin ; 222 Wetllora Tnnu Doniliiiiiin to J. Oddy and hoiiH ; 30 2-toi)ih nuns from /.ura to Aus tralian Mortgage Liiml and Finuncu d-., Kerri Horri Ht-itidn, Moulamoin ] 3 otu'd rains lo samo dostinatiun ; i) IwrsnH from Curnalla for Indian buyers ; 81 trossbred withers (Hon. W. M'Culloeh's) by rail to Melbournu ; 10 hullqcks front Gulpa UrtSuVi by mil It) Bendiffo \ 719 ow*b with lambs hi foot (\V. H. Cimwo's) to Tncumwal ; 2,M 4-touth weihurs, E. and \V. Naughton'') from Ciliuio sUtion to MoHSgiet ; ^,903 wethers (khiiio owner) from I jay district Lo Moamu ; 85 cattlo JnH|i lVmcoota to Finlcy.

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