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[?] Public School. [?] OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

?. ,,iir I'ubJic SchuoJ, -?? ' ! !!'S'f-l'r1;)^KS. iin,'. H!t-...!.1!i.c .,f (r'JiT.lt , S 'iis ulindT«li*t til* dir.tlil.8 4 ,' ! .'. . ??? Priiiiir in i-nnitcptir-i Mi!b \ ? 'iipiiiir Tuiilip ^k?inMJ!. Mi; j ., ,, . .,...-wl«T«rl (IIP .NcIlCHll He*!--), I , l.iir. mi.', ?ii,iti!,s;si nUirr.i, . , ... i ur-sfiii tiie Msj-or, Vw». ?i..!l, licv. A.^i, J. 'Sliusling, . I,, iivan.i AU\e)mpn.hm-m, M'JiiTi: . ip ., ,.,:.?! .ail frr.m Mr Wflii jiii Oflicr, v, I .v . V.-iif.uii, Mr lf. W. Ounitang, and -tl (.. ;l i'l-riin. The CliHirinan, after a I ,, ,. .., .i,' l.iinlly adrieo Ui .llie children, '.. 'ul,: li '?? ??ulioru.il then) to pb^everc in ? I,,,:, ,;,;?:!?'., talluil upon the Majdr to dia i'i -,nii- ;l'-' Ifciw1 ?*? w« suoccssful FRholaiR, I ,., ;,] iyir s.nd il gave him yreat pleasure i,, I,: |. ru''«m. It would be remembered by Mini ul tli'* preecut that a very HU3ceSRful I'linccri «'1S nivcn in Juno last for the piir „.,--. -.it ].r.i:uiingfuiidB lo;purehaso bookR |,irilii. hi-I...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sculling Championship. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

The Sculling Champion ship. The soulling -contest .between Jacob Gauiltmr, the Canadian sauller, and Georgo Towns, champion of Knghnd, for the championship of the world and £500, which was postponed daily froin Wednes day las' ireoVowingto'the continuance of gales, was rowed on Saturday over the lint Portage course in Canada.. Tlio aourse was about tliroo miles, wirh ono turn, aud Towns won by four lengths. Tlio tiino was 20inin. 30.-ec. [Jacob Gaudaur lield the championship of tho world for five years to the day, as hodofeatedjames Stanbury.uf Australia, on the Thamos on 7th September, 189ti. Towns, who cutties from ihe Newcastle district, in Now South Wales, and is 32 years of aae, gained distinction as u sculler in his native State, and in 1897 wont to England and won tho Championship uf Kngluud from Barry, «-d subsequently ho boat .Tames Wr»y, of Australia, tor the title. Towns, determined to moot Oau daur, nccuslomed himself to tho American stylo of rowing, a feature of which i...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"I AM AN ANARCHIST !" [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

' I AJI AKANABCHIST !' ? A moment of complete 6ilenee followed :the two ' quick ; pistol shots. Kvcry voice was hushed and every movement arrested. ' The great crowd was. paralysed ;by astonish ment and , anxiety. , A second later the situation was realised, anil mi immense commotion arose. The crowd surged furi ously, animated by the desire lo fynoh the assassin on tbe spot,' liicu shouting in ex cited auger, and women and children shriek ing in terror, -and rushing for -the doors of the hull, leat they should be trawpleJ . imderfoot in the wild . btimpeUe -of : furious wrath. , .. Meantime a member of the secret police, disguised us a negro waiter, Imd felled to the greuud theossassin, a Polish Nationalist, Who passed under the name of Fr.:d Nicman. His pistol hand was seized, but he wrenched it free for a, moment, and shouting : ' I am an Anarchist I I have done iny duty !' he triedto fire a tjiird time at) tliu President, but was disarmed jbefore he could pull, the trigger. ' Th...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Attempted Assassination of President M'Kinley. BASTARDLY ANARCHIST CRIME. TWO RULLETS FROM A REVOLVER. LONDON, 7th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

Attempted Assassination of President M*K''lcy. l-At-rAlt;il,Y ANAKCIIU1' CK1MK. TWO JtUU.KTS i'tOM A J{i:VU»»V«iB. LO.S'lXiN, 7il- K«.-|rti!iti-Jcr. A univtrial Liirill nf liorfor hii-1 iittunltll remit lm» hern uiim.ii »ii Aiuwti'i, JiiiisUuil and Kii^tinv by Uis i.l.eiuptuJ v-*iwiiihIioii of Mi Jwnc* il'iiiiiii-y, IVi wilnit «f «--? Uuilcd Kwie*, wliu w*» jt.-iciil*y edol in the breast mil bioiu ,.cl- by an AuM'-MA assaKsm, at a I'lrtiULiiual iev.|i!i..;i friveu Hi the opening -.t ,ili txhibilum at, lSiiliulij, an iinpur'ttiii city i- the (Slate of New York. Tu« murderous tfceii was veitiui rat«d in the mu-t tionclieroua ami oowardlv fashion, the IVcaidui.i being shot while in the uni of ehakiug hands with Uiu assassin, wlio wan a ner/ec-. swtiger ui liim. Mr M'Kiuley, who was Hi the beitt of spirit, owing to the hearty and entliusiastiu public greetings with which he hud been received ub Uuflalo^ was elamling on the edge of a raised dai» hi the Temple of Music, in the liufTalo Ex...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATER INFORMATION. September 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

p* tATEE IOTpBMATIQN.r ' {September 10. President M'Kipley on Monday mqra,irig rt'os able to change his position ih bed witb noutftnyiiid.': He moved without diffioiilty, anfl experienced do' pain while doing so. ' Tho weathcr'is' now tooler in Buffalo, and tins greatly tavors the patient. A medical. bulletin, issued at 3 o'clock on Monday afternoon, stated thai tho President was steadily improving. He was suffering no pain, and was quite comfortable. Up till that time there had been a total absence *f^ultfavbiu'aVJc_-y;nploms. The pulse was 113, the' temperature 101, and respiration 20.' ? ..A bulletin, jtimed p,3Q, on Monday night, reported that, the' patient's condition jhad continued favourable.' ?? ? ? ? , pr,M.'J$urney has expressed the opinion that 'complications are possible for a week yetj and that not until then will be be able to say that the President is out of danger.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rheumatic Fever. Reduced to a Shadow. Now Restored to Health. The Case of Mrs. H. M. REILLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

Rheumatic deduced to a Shadow. , KJpv? rRestof ed |fco. Health. Tho Caoo of Mrs. H. IM. REIUUY. } ' 'Although 'the- old Sydney 'and suburban streets were not made with tho mathemati j cal prccisiou of straightness which charoc 4terise»Uib roadways of more roccnt con struction, still, in many instances, tho ? abrupt angles and curves. Jiave A peculiar advantage of thWr owii. ' They enable thb traveller to readily lake, a turn from amain Ftreet, whoro'toc populace are hurrying and jostliug each'olhci in tho pursuit of theit . daily vocations, into a more peaceful atmo Enhcre in clogs proximity, where tho noiss .Slid. bvsflC' are nil left behind. ? ' Ktihi this quiot iieighbourhood was too distracting forijiy nervea.to'tolerate -ivhon 1 was illjV said Mrs: HaimahilaHa Rbilly, of Ko ' 4S Jtftso-'slrcct; Darlington, to tho pressman who had called. ?? '*' WHY you ;l)o UJrid enough to givo an outline, of j-our sickness? ' ' Wi'.h pleasuio. ]. had a severe attack of ilieuinatic .fever. I tr...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Victorian Judgment Set Aside. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

Victorian Judgment Set Aside. Sydnev, Tridav. judgment was delivered in Chambers to-day by Mr Justice Cohen, on anupplica tion to set aside a Victorian judgment, entered up at Deniliquin, under Inter colonial Debts Act. The case was that of the City and Country Property Bank Limited, Melbourne, in liquidation, v. Jane. His Honor said that in October, 1899, Frederick Jane becmiie a share holder in the bunk, and at thut time he was residing in Victoria. In November, 1890, he left Victoria, nnd has since re sided in Hew Soutli Wales. On 3:d April, 1891, the company went into voluntary liquidation, ai.d Jane settled on the list of contributories, *nd notice was sent to him at the address in South Melbourne which he had given to the company. Subsequently judgment was obtained in ihe Melbourne County Court Bgainst him. Thu t-ummons upon which judgment was obtained was served by he ing posted to the address in Snuth Mel bourne, and it only. came io his knowledge . when judgment hud beenpbt...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Visit to the Wandook Shearing shed. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

A Visit to the Wandook Shearing £ lied. [IJv Wakv]. Thrm quicl limot otu« «- uld n-,t (hink to look nt our strccti that such an aciivo indiistry wa» in niogruu within six ii.ik-N of Deniliquin. I rofor to ilio slioxring hi nMidonk Suiimi. Arriving there nn WediiiM'iay nftcnmoi., »fler |ilugginR ogaiiisi a ncmi wiuii, i was taken in Im d by thu iiiMmger, Mr Oeo. Les er, mul shown through tho vnriom (lcpnrlinetitN neoessary to cx- ry nut tliu work. On ilio bnai-d there wore 3(i liib- -clas« shearcn., who wore «lroi doJ to by 24 rou-chhouti-, wool-rolle R-, eliv Each man so nm lo he doinu liis utuiDht to nutdu one anoilior, whether v bo -o pick up tho fleece, or throw out tho filieep, but judging by the respective tollies Chais. T«te has command of the lattef . Up to this scbhoii the shearing has been performed by haiid, but this year the lastett inipr.ivi d Wbl-eluy niachinea are being used, and mo giving every uatibfac tion under die capable supervision of the expert, Mr Cook. Mr Cna...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coronial Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

Coronial Inquiry. ! On Krwiay l»»t ibe t'ni'Mii-r (Mr V. W. UaitUiiK. Vll.) lu-lil ?-» inil'li.s- Hi MniuiiH«i-urliiii); Ui-'(U'«lli -?( a i«'» »l»'ii- luiy Jim) I.e.',, found in -t Im|;''' '?»' --'' .Miirmy Kiv«r mi Tlmwlny. Thu fij'iiw iiii; uvnluiica viut i ikon :— fimiNiRbio nohlui di'[inB«a ui«t -m Tliurxdny reoniin^, from iiiforiiinlii.il n: reivoii. lumen! I.' il-.c 1/igoon ul Moiitim, mid k«w iloMtng xidewhys llic dead liudy of a man about JUft . from tlio butilt. Jf- obtained h boat mill look tliu iiudy Trom ilia water »nd c.invuycd il to tbo JJridgii Uotel. Tlio body was fully: dressed, oxcriil) that (ho but was iniNHing. Tin; faoo «md hoad appeared to bo v.fcr-- much swilluti, but lie found no marks of violence! on ibo body, which apjiuRred tolinvo bacn iti the water ]0 or 14 duys. Ife Hoarclicd (ho iKidy nnd ill tlio loft hand sirio vent lincket found * pipe nnd partijf a plug of lobttccp, nlsn K dliilling. In llio watch pnekot liu found a letter datoa'SSth Juno, 11)1)1....

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deniliquin Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

PcnUtquIn Mui.u r -1 'Council. * iV.uV'. .* M-....U.1 «--\.|ii'.i: .-? ?- ? (''' (fci»y»r1 ..«..ipi.!Ahe .-I. ..r. ?.. . U' rr «'«'- *-..'. ir.^11' -AU.rw--u .If!. n. 1 '-?'?? ,t»w.. U.;h, 'J'ltyJor, l*». rf-nt. ? ' i; ♦.'??.?iiil^iiiNJir.1-' i Uli.rs ivtsiv ir,,l : Toilir I! -?-. .Murii-y I.,- ? ..I, S-i.imj -.--'Hi, Mv i -:-itii. ?! lm« Ihtii n.fornirJ ihal Juli viil i-niKi-m im l.vln«fi fur rflciicefi wlifrli fipjndi in »»?*? ??Tuwnntnl OuhhUt 1'iili.ic Art*.' My !A-niiiMl notices Uiatliy Section 231 o! 'lie Mu iii'i|»liLii»' Act iif 1B»7 -l- «' .''li'1''1'- Hun under the Town and Omlry 1'olirc An* in nppMMitl; limiUid lo cerium rlmisan only .if them act* and my \'m ? il ? iiitt** MiVt if il wnre lo projTiite l.ir ii(T«ih*i under ttny oilier rxcrpt. |.|hwp t-|W' ml iJiiihwr th.it liie' point, would be ln'i«i that 'lie Cniiiii-il's m;lion uniler tlir-is Ar.ti bciiin Kjie-umlly limilcii to uurUm ulini»'~. «'iut iib piimcciiior undi-r any other ul»u-i:s It, hail no ?,„?»» ttmiJi. My...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

Town Hall, Deniliquin. WEDNESDAY NEXT. Mr Frank Knight (Mind 20. yeare). Will give nn Entertainment nnd Concert in the above Hall, assisted by Lady and Gentleman Amateurs of Deniliquin. Prices— 2b and Is. 2 PhptpS— IS. | Threo ... :, ..Photos— 2s.|P0'tion;s STUDIO-^-Cressy Street (OppositePostOffi.ee)..' , TO LET. \ 'PATJDQCK at Korth Deniliquin:; J\. sk.atniuipK about 20 acres, securely fencci; adjoining Mr G. EvanB' store. Apply—' -'?-???' WILLIAM HEftlOT, ; . . . '.Polmont,' ... ' Wellington-street;.; TO LET. mwo BBICK COTTAGES in End t Street. No. V contains four rooms and detached' Jiitcuen, Stable, etc. No. 2 contattw. five ? roqmsj with good btable and Buggy Shod, .' Securely fenced, and plenty of yard1 room. :' For particulars apply — JAMES DEVLlft, opposite Railway Goods Shed. ' ' ????.' TENDERS. TEXDEES are invited up to 20th Septem ber instant, for repairs to Premises occupied by Messrs Latchford and Jefferson. Particulars on 1 application, to— . ''' '?;'??' A. JAMESON,; ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEEP DIRECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

SHEEP DIRECTORS. A meeting of the B»ard of Sheep Directors 'was held' yesterday. llt'-A. J: Mcljaurin occupied the chaiT, and Messrs C. C. M'Cul'och, G. Currie, F. B. Falkiner, and H. C. Parker were also present. Correspondence, was read from Mr W. J. Martin acting in spector of stock at Moama, asking the Board to favouraoly consider his ap plication for an increase in his salary from £50 to £100 per annum. It was pointed out that the Board could' only make a recommendation with refer ence to the increase, which had been done, but refused by the authorities in Sydney. It was docidel on the motion of Mr Falkiner, seconded by Mr M'Culloch, that the Stock Bqatd of Advice be written to and urged that the recommendation of tbe Board for an increase in Mr Martin's salary be adopted. A letter was also read from Messrs H. L. Culley and Co. with reference to the payment of £12, being travelling charges for sheep owned by Mr A. E. Kinsey, and applying for a refund. The Application was refused...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. THE HOSPITAL TENDERS. (To the Editor of the Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

Open Column. THE HOSPITAL TENDERS. (To the Mitar of the Infcpnndent.) Sip,,— Kindly permit me space in your columns to bring under the notice of the public the action of some of the members of our Deniliquin Hospital Committee, more espec ally that of their worthy chair man. At i heir meeliug on Thursday evening, 6th inbt , they had under their consideration several tenders for various wt,rks -to be done at Tattersall's Hotel, which, if course, has to be paid for with public monpy ; and quite justly they ac cepted the lowest tender in every case, with the exception of that for painting and paperhanging. In this oase they seem to have been led by the noble act «f their very worthy President and. chair man, who moved from the chair that the bigbeat tender bo accepted, und thereby gained three followers. Then be dis played his good taore by using his indivi dual and also his casting vote to secure the contract for the highest tenderer. Now, Mr Editor, had these gentlemen who voted for ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Morago Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

The Morago Exchange. |l,.ri..a«l.n|.*«i f.-w n,..iitli« Hie jloliiy 1 , I !-? in ihi; Munici|»l Cuncil. v, ,!,«n ..i.itii-«i' ft* °lC ?«^''o-w ofr ll'° ;' Viv.. ? umveii.011 |.ui f rth. *?''' , ..... j-i..v u»n madu known liv '' 'll'lllT. Ml- J. O. HVHI.S. M.I*. Thni ceiilluniMi. in nnsivcr lo an inquiry, , ,,l ill'' l|1' n''slU waS ' dl,'|lll.te l ',,v.-n '«' «l'*'rip-. Kiirvoyor nnd ibo I Ki..ck l.'»nl ai I' whether thn Kt^ck r' ''' n,X widu. Mr Bn-ughtoii favoured 1' „ i,,|f.nnlo, and Mr Weir, -ctinsf-.rlhe ck l,,.ard, Ihe lurfer width. Mr V mis stnled lhat lho dispute had be. n ?-con since January last, but conclu d'erf his letter by saying that it had now ''^toiffiSr reported- that acenrding to jns, gctions he and (he Counc 1 C erk had 'torvi«wed Mr Broughton. Ihat gentle „„„ e..vo his reasons for recommending 1a lUe stock r-uto be half-a-mile wide, H follows :-TJmt there would be h diminution of area of rablut infested «.untrv ' an enlivrKcment of urea for ffiot, ihBW beiug 1,...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bishop Dunne's Consecra-tion. CEREMONY AT BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

Bishop Dunne's Consecra tion. CEREMONY AT BATHORST. On Sunday morning Dr. Dunne was consecrated Roman Catholic Bishop of Bathurst in succession to the late Bishop Byrne, who di 3d h short time ago. The ceremonial was a most imposing one, the church being taxed to its utmost capacity with a vast assemblage of people The solemn investitutc was pet formed by Car dinal Moran, assisted by Dr. Doyle, BUhop of Lismore, and Dr.' Gallagher, Bishop of Ooulburn, who' throughout the ceremony acted as Dr. Dunne's spiritual sponsors. At 10 a.m. the procession defiled from the presbytery, headed by the crossbesrer .and acolyte, and immediately behind cams 50 priests from, all parts of the State, hi tired in cassocks and surpli:es. Then came thn Bishops in purple robes. Bishop Dunne and Cardinal Moran followed, the farmer using u cappa magna. After a short prayer in the sanctuary, the Cardinal robed, and then took his seat on the faldstool in front of the high altar, arid the assisting bishops pres...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISPOSAL OF HOSPITAL FUNDS. (To the Editor of the Independent.) JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 13 September 1901

DISPOSAL OF HOSPITAL FONDS. (lo the Editor oftlus Independent.) Sir, — Will you allow me space in your valuable paper to make a few remarks with respect to the last meeting of the Doniliquin Hospital Committee. When tenders for work at Tattersall's Hotel (Hospital property) were opened, three in number for painting and paperhanR ina;, vere as follows :— Jennings, £44 18m ; Ross, £41 10* ; Jewell, junr., £37 2s. Now as the Hospital is supported mainly by public subscriptions would it not have been far more satisfactory to the public if they hud accepted the lowest tenderjand thereby saved money, as either of the tenderers were quite capable of doing the work, and tho lowest tenderer could have found any security required for his propor carrying out the work. I am, etc., '»? ' ..' ? ..-. JUSTICE., ?

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Open Column. (To the Editor Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Open Column. iiotlitmurhivmi,*,,) Sir,— As I am intending shortly )n lo»ve Dohiliquin after a twidnnce «( -w ycais. Mating a Urgo feluily therein ..id Uvit-g f.r tho Un^t ton*,, ,h,t ,?»« , coupled lliujio.iuun of executive ofta.! of uur UrgnBi unJ most itnimrtmt ,,ubI. . institution, vte., die Pastoral and Ami cultural Society, I wish tu uddnyw a I, |iui imp wwiho u- niv remounts ol the towil I and dlHtric . I In 1872. when I commenced business as i\ mock agent, I noticed tbat i),t.re j was n» ugiiculuire curried un herv ,M(i I that the ouly P«st..nd Show in (|,o ,)ifi I trie:, waa held at. Jerilderie, which then I only consisted of the usual pub and stiiru. I while Deniliqu.n was a large and thrivnu. I town. I at t.ncii dociJed tu initiate b V 1 and A. S ciety here, wh-cS after a R00(j I deal of hard work, resulted in the forma I tion of our Society in 1876, the principal I workers with me heinir Mr Kfani;A _ K I was then manager of tho Uuiun Bank and Mr W. Gilbert. During th« Utt...

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Australian Natives' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

Australian Natives* Association. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above was held' at the Temperance Hall on Monday evening. The President (Bro. H L. Jones) occupied the chair, and there were also present Bma. Wal lace (Vice-President), Douglas (Secretary), Kyimston, J. Turnbull, A. T. Jones, C. B. Jones, Harrison, Allibon, Butler, T. Einry, .Rjlierteon, Allen, Burns, Taylor, w yse, and Shuw. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COBEtsFONDENCE, Letters were read from the General Secretary re Trusteu papers and saying fresh onws would be forwarded ; from same re Propaganda fund ; and also with reference to tha application of a member to have his wife's name, although over the stipulated age, registered on the books of the Association, saying that the' matter would receive the earnest consideration of the Association ; from F.B.Taylor re signing his position as ABsistapt-gecreV' tary ; and from. the Tatura (Vie.) firanch asking that the name of W. P. M 'Donn...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

OLB AGE PENSIONS. . The local Board, consisting of Mr F. W. Garstang, P.M. (Chairman),. Dr. Noyes and Mr JaB. Watson,, J'sP., sat on Wednesday afternoon, when the following cases were dealt with : — The applications of T. and A. Smith, J. Grant, Major Jackson, Trause T. Hall, Jessie M'Farlane, P. Gro gan, and J. M. Beck were postponed ; Thos. Rowbottom was [definitely postponed John Coxon's and his wife's were postponed till 1907 ; John Brodie's was postponed for details ; J. T. A. Woolnough's post poned for five years ; J. Holmes' post poned for four years ; Margaret Holmes' postponed for four years ; S. . M'Don ald's postponed for one year. The applications of Catherine Brown, and Joseph Moore was granted at' £26 per annum. Mrs Miller and D. Leo ap plied to have their pensions paid to Mr J. Kelly, which was granted.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ECHUCA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 20 September 1901

THE ECHUCA SHOW. On Wednesday tho annual Show of the Echuca Agricultural and Pastoral Society was held. Tho attendance was considerably smaller than last year, which was accounted for by the heavy thunderstorm which passed over the town during the afternoon. In the blood-horse section Mr O. Wilshire followed up his success at Moaraa lost week by winning in tho two-year;old class with his O'Trigger— Spray oplt ; Mr P. Fagan won the prize for- the best pony hunter 14 bands and under ; and Mr Raleigh was successful in the roadster or hunter class. The feature of the show was the high jutnp, which proved one of the most spirited con tests of the kind ever seen in the northern-district. Five competitors entered the arena, viz., Mahonga, Moral, Lady Bird, Rifleman, and tjULOlULlLUVJl-Ol UtfcUGftUUlU | M41WU V\* v^fW* 4ft. 6in., but the others stuck to their work until 6ft. was negotiated. At 6ft. Sin. Strathmore failed, but Moral, Lady Bird and-Mahonga took it — the last name without any ...

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