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PASTURES AND STOCK BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

PASTURES AND STOCK. BOABD. A special meeting of the members of the above was held yesterday morn ing to further 'cbn.sider applications. for the. position of . tfabbit .inspector. Mr A. J. McLaurin' occupied the chair, alrd there were present Messrs H. 0. Parker, R. H. lian:.£le, C. C. McCul loch, W. R. Clarke, and G. R. Iselin. At the meeting on the 12th instant the applications ;|i nd been narrowed down to five, viz.' J. Weir,junr., D. M. Robertson, Ernest Reid, C. O'Brien and W. Matthews, At. the meeting yesterday the application of C. O'Brien was accepted. tChe, Board had also under consideration an application from Messrs Donnelly and Boaver for the return of £127 which had been paid under protest for travelling stock fees. The application was postponed to the 10th ult. for further consider ation.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land Appeal Court. HEARING OF APPEAL IN SYDNEY. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. (Before the President and Commissioner Houston.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

Land Appeal Court. IIKAItlMi OF AI'I'KALS IK KVUN'KV. TUURMIAV. SWTKMnBIt IB. (Before the President and Oommiwioner Itouaton.) H. J, tanih appealuil against the decision of the Jooal Uml RoanTin respect of hit apptioallon fora|i|irtiaemeni. anA the capital valua of the land comprised in his oondi tiooal purchase So. »!?*, and conditional lease No. 0223, Hay. Mr l'ike appeared on behalf, of the appellant, and argued that 1'Mnb held the land for his own ute anri bnboflt, and «»h entitled to a reoDiiraiae 4n#nt, and that the certificate having itsuetl thiH was a factor in l-aml-'« favor. Againnl this the Crown contended that the land wan not for Lamb's aolo use and benefit, he ha -? ing leased it to hia father almost from the date of application for it. The Court directed the case to be returned tn the board to take such further evidence as might be tendered in renpect of the alleged lease to the father, if procuring, and remit such evidence 10 the Court. H. E. Lamb appealed against th...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

Two Years' Indigestion and , Biliousness* DRIVEN AWAY Like Grass Before the Breeze. The Case of MRS. KATE HoMURRAY. (Reported by our Special.) In spite of all complaints to the con trary , Australians have a climate to be thankfnl for; the general hsilth of our people com pares favourably with that of any other country, yet we do have our national trouble*, and there is no doubt the Austral ann seriously affects the Austral liver, and that disease of that vital organ is Increas ingly prevalent. But as a remedy is at hand, a remedy with a mass of unimpeach able testimony in it* favour never -before acquired by BDy specific In the world, the outlook is not so dismal as it might seem. No one is more confirmed in the truth of the foregoing statement than Mrs. Kate McMurray, of 123 Coventry-street, South Melbourne, whose experience is only another confirmation of an oft told tale. : Mrs. McMurray said: — 'I was sick for two years with indigestion and biliousness. I think it arose largely...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WATER PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

THE WATER PROBLEM. Tho Minister for Works has received from Mr L. A. Wade, principal en gineer of Water Supply, si report upon the Yanko Creek and Murrumbidgee River. The report .states that if the greatest use is to be mode of the surplus waters the mouth of the Yanko Creek should be 'further improved. There does hot appear to be an undue quantity of water diverted down the Yanko, .Creek , but it would bo advis-' able to place a solid, permanent sill across the creek bed, so that no flow will take -'place ?'below v summer level. Taking into consideration the diversity and complexity of tho interests a pro mise might be lifafle'lbalf ho further diversions would bo marlo from the Murrumbidgee until the recommenda tions from an expert independent body had been received dealing ' with the wbo'e river from Barren Jack to the Murray. The committee of manager ment of the Yanko Creek might be unformed that effect wjoulcl be given to the recommendations -of this body regarding the Yanlto Cr...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALE AT TOCUMWAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

SALE AT TOCUMWAL. Messrs T. H. Parker and Co., held a sale of cattte at Tocuuiwal on Friday, when about €00 were yarded.' Well grown bullocks dud heifers found ready sale, but other sorts ' were diffi cult to quit. About 300 head changed hands at prices ranging from £3 up to £7 15s per head. The opening of the-creameryhos ctiused milch cows to be in good demand, and any offering are. snapped up promptly at full rates.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONARGO JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

? CONARGO JOCKEY CLUB. A meeting of tbe members of tbe above Club .was held at Mr James White's Hotel, on Saturday evening. Mr-E. W. M-um (President) occupied the, chair.- After a conversational dis cussion it was decided to bold races on Boxing Day, and 'a sub-committee was appointed to draw up a programme for presentation at a meeting on Saturday evening, 6th October, Mr Mann was re-elected President, and Mr J. Wil liams was appointed hon. sec., an'd a strong committee was formed to being the races to a successful issue.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Federal Flag. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

The Federal Flag. T flan i.l any nation bo&ra tbo sanio r(!|uti-.'.r.n :hM nation «« h« signature .ins ton i'r'Villc »'l«v-aual, it is tho outward uiid viaiblo Bign-uiauual of tLcuaU'-^^T'?' ^f?'' ..:,..= Irnlll tllO lOWCSt 8tate Ol sttva^Tv' tbe necessity for hoiuo parti culi! ? uinbloui, distinguishingtnbe from trilii! mill »iaion from nfttion- ls botnc homu to biw ; aud this necessity once inul patriotic affection imd soulstirr :„„ tradition soon gather around thiB chosen symbol oC the race, and it become at ouco their pride aud their nrrtrtor WhothM it be the roughly , JaS tepee of the Re-1 Indian or the LbJuoned Bqyal Standard oione of the World's Great Powers, the rule holds good; all alike appeal wth notoncy almost irreBistiblo to tho pat liotism of those living beneath tho-r folds. Great is the power of the Flag, noble Lbe romance associated with it ; thrbno-slKiliing the tiatory it has made! With, then, this place await ing it in tho affection of its people and tfab...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.N.A. Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

A.N.A. Ball. On WcJuo^ltr evening the inangurnl Imll »f Ihe mi'iiily (urinul l-.milii|uiii Urench of thu .Aimtratiau Nntives' An Mcisiion w«n lic'd in tho l\,wn llnll, Tjiu nttvndKlicn, IniAovcr, ' wuh iiiu \\n to expectMiunx, liunht-re wore ttuftioient to umke it - tinu «f the mimt btiMiutiitciit func imia nf the kind «ror hi-ld in Dunili quid. The hull had been Ustufutly de corated fur tho. oocHBit n by a iiuinlwr «f hel|iin-{ Imi'ds, and the supper, provided by a iiuiubur nf ladi.s was vol«il ,)«r excellence. When dnncing comniunced Rhiitiy liefon; ii.iib o'clock the stHgo whk ci-i)»-.;oJ with onlockorH of both kox.r. At 12 o'clock all proBont sue down to supper, and in hklf-an-hi-ur dancing'waR resnmoj and continued until three o'clock, when Auld Lang Syne was sung and tho gal lur ing dispersed. The muiic Rupjilicd by Misj Slani^ii (piano), Mr T. Jones (yiolin). and Mr T. Oarvosou (cornet) certainly reflected gient crodil oh the performers. The music ?was now and up-to-date, wit...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOAMA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

, MOAMA SHOW. Tho committed of tbe Moama Agri cultural Society met on Tuesday after noon, and passed tbe prize mouoy nnd accounts iu connection with the recent show. It was decided to bold a special general meeting of subscribers on 22nd October for the purpose of considering the advisability or otherwise of adopt ing a suggestion that the Echuca and Moama societies should hold a com bined show, one year at Echuca and the next at' Moama. ?

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COSTLY LITIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

COSTLY LITIGATION. We understand that a fresh trial is to be applied for in the Indian case of Moyan Boushan vi Gobtnderam. The' cose has already been twice before the District Court. The .first caset was heard before His Honor Judge Rogers, when a vfirrlirtfc ? was 'iven. for. plaintiff. Mr. Jjarnan ?appealed against this .de cision, with the result that in June last before His Honor Judge Docker, de fendant was successful. We understand that Mr Wtodeyer, fofplaintiff, is now applying for a further fresh trial on the grounds that since the trial before a jury in Jane lost that further and material evidence has been discovered ; and that tbe en^s °f justice require that there should be a further investigation. Mn. M'SIKbKVB A8BASSI.V Ttip triai of Lonn Ceolfiou wm con eluded on Tuwidi.y.vrbori tbo jury found him guilty of murder. It wm clicitod in the evidence tliat accuHod, whilo in prison, and in tho presence of several witnesses, deliberately Mid unhoeiUit ingly confosscd to havi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Over the Border. MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

Over the Border. UKl.tloimSK. A wnmtiniml »atrtdc onrorrori tilmnt mhl tiny on KklimUy, *rht*i * vrnnin jnmpM (mm IVincw' Hridfte into Urn mrr ln-Iim. Shorlly liefnfr Ihr hour iinninl. Mvcrnl |«-mmi« nw * IrmiUe on Uu- iimie'1, t'»'ir uttnition twing mmclnt liv tin- (an (dot ?he m crying. A t-rw niimJu- nfierwtnU, the oUTtAttnrnl the lavalmi' mi On- norUi li«*V of the river hurrl % *i4iuli, wi-l look ing arouni), ni ? mfitrtleHigeit womnn, whn nortnrd to bo holding » biiinili- «( |M|ion in her lisnil, elmigling in thr waur. Tim ?Iroirn nui repiilly, and thr unman »?« wi-ridtl down, but Mr .Ionian jumped into a Wl, and rowwl out tn tier. tJonnlAlile Huedin follnwing in a Mcond lm-l. Hcforo Uio wonun ooiilJ Im rcwJioil, lum-cvcr. «ho «ttikf Mid Hid not rim again. The -lr»g« were therefore obtainnd, mid mit into uao. In rhe water a wliltoalmw Rcm Imi . triinmod wit* a black ribbon, and * bind, feather nevk bra were found flouting, ami theso arc now in Uie tMnaoMion o( the polif'. Litor...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

Town Hall, De^iliquin MGNDAySEPT. 30. ?? GRAND COMPJilMENTARY ? : ?' ? ? ? :--vu- f : ;-. ? Benefit ^^iCoacert ,. . ; BY,AJ(JLV^HEjrJSADIKG;,. ',;' ';-.;? %XXi\ AND GESTTL&31KN AMATEDRS; -,. ' ? ''-TO TH^( ? ? ' .' . ' .'? 'r TOWN BAND, In aid of their Nt!w Uniform Fund. .,'?? Front Seats, 2s};J3aek. Seats, Is. Doors open 7.80 p.m.'- ? ? ' ~~ ???i.-.^.OSi1;'' ?-'??:??:?;??? T OST on tiortii ;J!Common, NEW Li TENNIS 'NET. 'FindeV will be re jvarded on.deliveryMr^-'n - EDWAED RIVER HOTEL. ?r'\J9lJEJ' ':'^ ;???'? TUMODGERIE ORCHARD and Pad dock containing, 160 acres. Home stead, Outhouses, and Irrigation Plant. Low rent.' Apply— '.' : ... .- ; v . ? ; .JOHN KELLY, „ ' -.,??'?? .'???? 'land Agent, ?'?']?' ' Deniliquin. ~ I M POUNDINGS. TMPOONDED at Deniliquin the 23rd . day of September, 1001, from Giulieri's Piddook bv J. Daisb— -..' t ' . Red and White Steer, two years old, updescribable brand near rump. ; ' Light. strawberry Bull, t*o 'or- three years1 old, branded like V sid...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Empress Frederick. HER DUEL WITH BISMARCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

The l-atc lint press Frederick. HKH HUKk WITH IHKMAHCK. (From ' M.A.I1.' Mm1 tiw) to fight with the grinimrnl and nioii' 1'ilanio figure in modem Kuin|n-— wild Uip oh f ul man whoi-rumpM up dynsaiiin, ?ml rm|iin*, and kinf;domK, anH nil the inn|- of Kuni|M', an thowh tufead til the |-timn' valwnUbMid twlnUs** po« or ol a imiivul ?ii.n of nMtirc. Men noatoil on thrune^ nay, milliona— nhivcrod before the i(l«re ol Uiat viRorcyo, but ihis little underoiKcil woman with the palo blue eyn never -|uail«-l, and (ounhl.and resisted him In the very end. THK TITAN'S GROWUS. 7 hroughoul all ]!inmnrck's incmorics there is tbe constant growl that ho cannot con i|uor, or humiliate, or change this proud, unbending Knglinhwoman. '(She is a clever woman,' ho Mid onco, ' but sho has always rrniained Intrinsimlly an (englishwoman. If ?he «po»ks of oar troops, our ambassador, she always means tho British troopn and Lord Augustus ivofuin, or whucvor is thorc at tho time.' ' She in full of her own great c...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

EQHDCA.. An the federal Governrnont has deoidnd upon only keepinKiohe^Uff -5f officers 'on the border, Messrs Fauvel and IM 'Hugh (of the V clorian Branch), and Messrs J3inks, John fion, U'allabe, and Fowler (of ^Jie New ^outh Wales staff) haVe all been Wnsferred .to tbe Sydney offioo. ? . Tbere was a good attendance ijri .Friday at the sheep dog trial held under,tbe:MiRpieeii of the Enhuca Agricultural Socletv.' Messrs H. M. Kastman (of Madowla J-afk) and P. Sinclair (of Mathoura) were the jbdges, and mtdo the awards as follows; ^J.!, White, Kedingsion, Boimie,' and W. W. 'Field, Hamilton, Scott, divided first arid neoond j T. White, Prino, third. »nd 'liT^ StatJll*, ' . Wamboota, Lass, fourth. There were 11 tompetiiore, and the whole of thorn wprked uplcndidly, . .

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ASSISTANT CLERK. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

THE ASSISTANT CLERK. Ratepayers who have had business at the Council Chambers will all agree that the assistant clerk,' Mr R. O. Simpson, is the right man in the right place. During his short term of office he has made friends by his obliging and courteous demeanour,   and his ability for the position, is un- questioned. It will be admitted by all the aldermen that the salary he receives is not commensurate for the amount of work done, and without wishing to lead the civic authorities in the matter, we think it is time that Mr Simpson's salary was increased, and feel sure that the alderman only require a reminder to carry same into effect. In our opinion an extra £25 on Mr Simpson's salary would not be missed, and the recipient would be a great gainer.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Government Road Contracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

Government Road   Contracts.           The following tenders for road work in this district were opened by Mr. E. H. Bowden, on Tuesday last: -----               Jerilderie to Tecumwal --- James Doyle, £255 ; J. and T. Emry, £259 7s 2d ; Alex. Munro, £284 10s ; Geo. F. Smaller,   £332.     Oaklands to Urana --- David Glascott, £40.                     Approaches to Bolton Street Bridge,   Jerilderie ---- Nil.         Hartwood to Deniliquin, Berrigan   Road--P.C. Sexton, £46 ; P. C. Sexton, £69 ; James Doyle, junr., £90; M. Kennedy, £140; J. and T. Emry, £180; Anthony Ondham,...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Items of News. STEALING IN COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 September 1901

Items of News. STEALING lN COMPANY. George Whelan and Hugh Cain, two young men, were charged at the Police Court on Wednesday afternoon with stealing, in company, a silver watch, the property of Mr George Colquhuon. From the evidence given by the latter it appeared that the two accused and prosecutor met at the Pretty Pine Hotel on the Hay Road. Colquhuon imbibed too freely, and went into the stable to sleep off the effects of his dissipation. Whilst in the arms of Morpheus he alleged that the accused "run the ruler over him,"   and abstracted a silver watch from his pockets which he valued at £6 10s. Information was given to the police by Mr Johnston, the licensee, and   the accused were arrested on the Hay Road by Constable Schwieker. They gave evidence on their own behalf, Whelan stating that be purchased the watch for 5s, and, naturally, this     evidence was corroborated by Cain.       In...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 October 1901

Hospital Meeting. TN ordinary monthly nnu,,. . hjld latt evening at the School „/.**' «.« chair, snri ihere wwi .Y'0?^;^ Mewra F. V. Sh»w, M. jT-W H t??etl1 The mtnutai of the preriou* ».M. were read ana oonBrmed.1^ '''''S RlrOBTB. The Traunrer reported that tke tniit beengoing on satisfactory al iheuipiw during the month. '»pilal Mr Tyier, as swierintCBdeM oi ti repair* at TatUrsaVp. Hold, Jj Y ? *ork was ilrogressing fmoovM,. He )Z condemned the front columns wd reoom mended that they t» replaced wilK rM gum. He.fcad recommended mmy ,xim tut 4 hey coo d not be avoided. OwL £* accident- to lleum Riii.t ...a -i.lj r'» '*° had been enable to work. ' ' The matron reported that erervthiw »?? progrewing satisfactory, and ' lhat* *JJ Internal condition of the Hospital ««» .! follows i-rtteroaining AupuBt 3ht of8 admitted-: during month, 20 s di«cW^' 20 ; died, .1 ; remaining September 30 on' Treated during month V-Ii&oor pitteiu' 41 -r out-door, 23 ; attendances, 41 Don. tions ha...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. (Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 October 1901

Police Court. Friday, Seftejibbb 27. (Before the Police Magistrate, Business was brisk at the lotioe Court on Friday. - Thou. Johnston wm charged with being drunk and disorderly, and was 'fined 5« or 48 hours. Johnston' paid 'the .fine $ bnt not so John Webb, who was fined 7a 6d or three days gaol for a simitar offence. - Samuel Oakley paid the fine of 5s im posed upon him for being drank and nifmrfforlv. ? -: ? . Edward Conrny was similarly dealt with for the same offence ; but had -to pay, an another £1 to the State revenue for Ian-! ?imge unbecoming a man even under the influence of drink. . Michael Conrov also had two charges preferred against him, viz., for being drunk niid diBorderiy, and using profane language. . 00 the first offence he was- fined JSs w6' idayg, and for the language :20s of- 7 'days cumulative on the previous sentence. . 1 ' ''' . SirERDt.r^ Sf,ptbmkesl2SC: '''^JJ. | ' iB^oreti^i'bWM'agistea'te.),;'' S Peter. Walsh pleaded guilty to damaging four glasses the ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FLOOD AT TOCUMWAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 4 October 1901

FLOOD AT TOCUMWAL: The Tocumwal correspondent of the L ?*Argu»»' under date' of Wednesday,, states :— 'The Murray has reached a 'height of 16ft. 6in. *n the wharf/guagB. The. Power. River 'road is covered with, water in several places, and heavy, traffic is only m »intained under difficulties. Mr R. W. McLaurin got a little off the track in the flooded around to-day, and dropping into a hole the water reached through the bottom of the buggy.. At the head uf .the (Government channel ..works: the water is level with the bank, and the engineer (Mr BioumfAfild) has. three gangs of men at work cntting a sub-channel Cft. deep, 20ft. wide at the ^op, and 6ft, wide in the bot tom, in, order to divert the flood waters into the main channel, and so cause the Tuppal Creek to run, this being the object for which these works have been, under taken. It is at such a time as- this that the great benefit of the levee works on the Victorian side of the river is felt in keep ing open the road for traf...

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