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FOUND DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

FOUND DROWNED. The Hcidy of a :mah named Malrolm Ross ira- found floating in the Murray on Wednesday afternoon just aunve the Carapaspejunction (Eohuca). The de ceased wasi56 years of age,' nnd had lived privately after having been in business at Echuoa for many years as a furniture warehouseman. He was last seen alive l»te at night on the 16th October by the licenses of 'the Carrier's Arms hotel. He then went -in the direction of his own home. As there was no trace of him on Sunday, his nephew (Percy Smith) gave uHormaiidn to the police, but nothing was seen, or he,. rd of him. till hi* ,hody was foundry Sergeant Gleiiny floating in the river. e Jbeceased Jifaain good circum stances, jfddgeneral regretjsiexpreased at his sad ''event He leaves relitiv.s in various parts of the'State. ' An inquiry is ?tohehek ?£. ' ' -

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

'BADLY CRIPPLED.' I '''HrW^I IUi««in»llfm, at iU I fSllk l«rrt,l.a«.rtofUr I ^Jr^^LJ » man to a chair, w lmW-m bind, him tOfthM *»'- ?DEL. i - -»i8 ^'y msHynlom. At waBBLW'Jgam theWst, Rh.i-m ?-(*??? WBSAto/m&i l«»pa.iitulm»:»dy,in ^?BSkHHteifeHe alike with SHHINnHHg p'emnre ntid bu»ine». HMBSr-tOSraSS ¥«nnr«nhf.un-stlimit H^^^l ate from the Blo.-d.h, wnNBMn&BBM »-*& P'l'onv whioh nn BlBEliaSP^ .theoaueenf the dlm«s ^^fflfma THsii^ffeoUvlydoiie IUuJkH&ES *) arse's Indian Boot milsSH^i f''5- Thev CA™y °° ^?MHtKHSSi thepoiiionouii sccumu W8nfflBlr!iatiuns. which lireri) ' IH@flffiI -ndfeeddiseasr. They VflHsT increase the -sotlvity HJ^^fi |«f the Mnsd-makiig f BRagB 1 j glands, and send rich, IlKi |ure blood through I^«ra9 U ] every vein »nii aitery, |KsK!WM jto strengthen every IsKB^aHl lorsanoftheliody. Mr. JIkF I! |j«.hnBoyne,'oiHnuter jAfg* |-|st.,;St6ckt..n.N.S.vV.J \\Mr ? '??? ? lwriUn : —' For *ome months I was I.M npwlth tliRumiitinn.b'irg pri.c...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

:-. echuca. Tbe Rev. A'. A. Medley, who'has'been in charge .of.VheJocal Baptist Qhuruh, for the past eight 3'ears,' lisa tendered Ijiu , renigpa lion owing to ill-bcaltb. It is his intention to take an extended hbljday ' with b vie* to recuperating. Th'e'thutiderstormi', which were bo general throughout the Stftte on Sunday, were, very light here.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Over the Border. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

Over the Bordtr. UKtJIOUKXK. A sad drowning caao occurrcil at Wanga ratu on Sunday af temoon. Two girls, each ?even j-ears of age, and a boy four years of age, the children of Mr John M. Mchol, narppnler, and Mr J. O'Brien, stole down to the Ovens River, not far from their parent*' residences, with fishing lines, and while Uie little boy, a son of Mr Micol was reaching for a small bag that fell into the stream, be overbalanced on the steep bank. Ills staler, without hesitation, bravely sprang into the water to icscue him, while ths girl O'Brion ran and raised the alarm. Some minutes elapsed before a man, named James Delloio, arrived, but he was in timo to s»vo the boy, . who was on the point of sinking, and had , fortunately been swept towards the bank. The boy recovered under treatment ; but bis sister was never seen again, and although a diligent starch was made on Sunday and Monday, no tr«ce was found of the body. The river lias been running strong since the recent rains, and it ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

JHoteB Tatt@i»sa8S's, ':0&iittieimrL: |r; ,'. :; , A:.i : L -_ &MM) I pi i'^'i.-' .'?'' ?',??. i (lato , of. Melbourne};, '. . ,.,'„'.. ? ,'. . ,,.,. ,,,,„.. i ^,^T[-1EGS'to innonnce?iliat':iie Jias taftefj^)o'a1)bV^ wtli'-WnV.-tyb;:/;*^;^ ; ','..-'? In) which is now, replete ,in every comfort 'and .conyi-ini n;ti. -.'i,'1,:^ ! --roonis are large;Avel| -vertiilated, f*nd*-tl)«} -A4a»nunjilUu u, iuui.mi,si 'Trivkte Siiitts of KoomW'for'FahiHies.'etc.-l Two Diniiig Kco.-ijs. «' , '??'??''?- ''????;.'' ,'?':''' ?.???*.''''''.; - f2 ? '?????«?»-» 'ihjib ? '' .??i-i.-1- ?? ??;' ^dK'BATI-f 5Rb6-MS'!(tadies-JandV-3^Uetoitf6). ?HOT..& COLD. The **SftKtfg AtMi«witiedBition*iB.unjmt|)^e^fn tfflgXiPlorifcjA' Jl^efas^ i ' ' yy ;.- ;iGropnf,cgnsl»ii'tVy keptin^tiendfjtiCe.' ,.. . .: ', i-,,.'x^rft i GOOD GRASS PADDOCKS, L-36sE^O5/fes AND ,pftmi:;; ! S taecial aiten4SS^ni;giv|eira1t^;LiveB'y5iBaE|i^nia!i ... t.,-.,. --, Lettiing. -.:;:. ';' ,? ;/ L ?;. /;^ ;;v ;;^ Maij'Goa...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

LOOKOUT! j - IiQOK OFT ! '' - ?' '; what, ^fo1i'?- : '::;:'::. :';. ' ??': J ALE HO^^|E^0S;|^^HO!; ?'',''''? ,','..'1^ ?'?'!. 'V ' ? '??►??i'':-.-'1' '? $???: ????:.;.:?, ALE H0j :^^:PO1^iALE .HOI Red House, Jutfcvam Stores* : Third Bloek, Pall ;M^ I IsHpftiafcroneiif the, ,?_?,. .,.??. ? Largest Salesev^i* held in i ''.'?''?'- 4-'^0^^:::'?-r^'-;£\ ?he aoofe:ffluMT^iQ';.AT -:Mg. EVERYTHING !n Oiir Warehouse Marked '*o v , !, '?'.'i---' ' cost.toicl.;'-'--^ ;/ : ;.;,.,'.?:, .' FEW OF OUR PRICES SHOW Y.OU W^A.T;i\VE;lNTEND TO DO. THE SALE 15 NO SHftMl - ??; . ? .;/ ? ? ? ???? ??' ? '?? I ,.'.''' Old Prices. ' : , : ': ?' Sale Prices! I ?'?-'?? ??'?:. '. ' £ » 4 ? ? ? .?..',:'-'.,. ' ., .: .«.' *' I '-.';?;'. . .... i fl. White Double Sheelingior ; sCJ I ????;!.??:?? ? ?. i J ,0 White Colonial Flannel for ? ?: 6J I- ??..--.;; .-. 6 0; Colonial White WauketB . ?, -. - I . : : f -,..,;- .,--, , ,,,(doublebed)Jpr ? ... 12 G I _, '_ ;? ? ?? ? ?? ? ?! ; i.'O 0 English Whitney JJlaqkets I SA...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock Report. STOCK MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

f ' Stock Report. STOCK MOVRMKN TO. Stock movement* at* vet): brink, iSe (-illuving)Sriii|; reported tor tbeweuk: — 1.H90 *«Pft (mmi Onree to M. .1. Care*. K jiii.j-hWi! ; 4,600 S timth merino ew*i 1 1- m Buonoku ui F. S. Falkittor and K.mn, Tup|ml ; 2,400 mer nu m*«n (mm Tm-u«l t-- Juhn Cox. M*ng .plan ; 261 'in) c»i'« (nun WKnirimelU K-mt, (-? Inine Urns., PinPgroVe lidtnUj, ToCUllWnl A.I ID u«o« (rum BuonhuU to Goodnnga ; H.OOO wethers fr-ni Wnnd.ok to Yarra wi.mrn, Vic \ 2 600 wether* from Bundy nlumliUh In Young ; 1 200 «-wen (ruin Ho .al.uln to Q..eeu-l.nd ; 2,498 cromhrtd mid merino pw«h and wethers from Nation and Smythead«li*, to Moama; 4,000 ewes from Coinalla MtKtioh to Billa bung station ; 600 ewe« and 400 lambs (mm Conargo tn LocVhnrt ; 1,000 merino ewes from Barhatn to Moama : fi.000 cwcfi from Corrulta to BelubU, YounK ; 3,000. merino ewes, fmm P«rrico'itA 10 Belar, Narandera : 4,000 wetliersand ewes tje»m. BundyulumbUh to- EchticA f-1,600 owes fmm Calimo iu Myrtle Pa...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sporting Mems. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

Sporting Meirieu From Victoria .comes' jvoM Mtljo death of the wull-ltDo.wn siise ..WsejUnff toii. Foaled iu 1674, Wojlinfi(pp,y^ a sou of Panic, and: wouthof. Derby in 1878. WclliuRton'Eirod a,Jot otm^f ul horses at the stud, incln(lin&'pafcigapi who wontheGratid National 'Bteeple^ cliaso under tho steadier of ' thitfteBfa Tlio Btakes. won elyring jflao-'ttit66 days ' pf ;.the . . V.A'.T.'C'j1'' .pitting amounted to, £7»876 ? last,,yflar».:,i!rhe leading, wiuner is, of course, J^^anjps Patorson, who with Hymottus captured £2;086,;of- Which £2,000 'repre8Biited first uioney in., the Caulfield.^fipsj riW Vocalibb who rickod himself sWbile* running in the Caulfiold''1 Cup . pn Saturday,- Jiag 'been' sctatob'edi''ibr the Melbourno, Gup. . ; ' ';' . ., r] Maulock, who won ths ?. Windsor Handicap by- head only ott' Saturday at CaUlfieia; 'is engaged' idr. ,tte'F Mel- bourne Cup at 7st. 101b., including, j a 71b.' penalty. ' '; ' ?,, ......JiV aVi'i.iI r-The CairifieldOop-endcdini...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Buller. SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

General Builer. SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Lord Roberts, the Commander-m-Chief of the 'British army, after 'giving full consideration to Oeuural Buller'a recent remarkable ' spoech and his - explanation regarding the relief of Lidysmith, hns recommended that the latter should be relieved of his command of the First Array Corps, to which he was recently appointed. '' ? Action has been taken accordingly, and General Bullur has been placed ou half pay. His Majesty the King has approved nf the appointment of General Frenoa to suc ceed General Builer. ? ? - ? ? Pending tire return of General Fienoh from . South Africa, General Hildy«id will take tlie command. . The newspapers express surprise thnt Sir Eedyers Builer perferred dismissal to resiRiiatiop. . The 'Standard, ' the great London Conservative iournal, declare j that General Builer. was not removed because of the advice tendered by him to General Sir George White- at Ladysmith, but that his dismissal wa» distinctly passed on account...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEARERS' DISTURBANCE AT GERMANTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

SHEARERS' DISTURBANCE AT GERMAKTON. Th» Anbury, police were on Tuesday night advised by tele^mm. that an ex traordinary ant \ylut appears to have been ii serious disturbance h»d occured at the Biverjna Hot«l, Gcrmatitmi, of which John Lee is the licensee. Trie telegram statrd that dut in;; the night about seventy shooters and rouaea'ooute from the dis trict sheds took possession - f the hotel, Hiiibsbi'd 4j^e windinv.i und other proper'y, and assaulted Roven n-in-union-t shearers. The men are sad to havo been u-der the influence of liquor at the time. Senior-Sergeant Hoy, who has charg4 of ? ho statin', was away at Kinross, but Constable Young attende I the ho tI, and arrested one of the. leaders While this .nan was getting taken to tha lockup the mob stoned the constable. On Wed nesday Constable Phillips was sent from Albury t'-. as *iHt; in bringing the offenders to justice. ? Itishtatud th.t most of tha men impKca'ed had left lha place Wed nesday morning, but warrant have been is...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

Hospital Carnival. Below we publish (Jio proRrannno forihellMpiulCariiivaJ, which is to l» LbM in the Rlmvr C-vmidK on November 11th. AiamoetiuK of tho Carnival Couimiitcc bcld on Friday craning - tho roporU of Uio variou collectors wore road, which showed that Mr K. H. Cotton had collectotl £22 19s Od;.Mossrs Jefforson and Kolly £14 Us ; and1 Messrs Olydo and &haw -19 lbs, including trophies. It was decidnd I that processional prizes beawar ded as follow :— Bjst Turn-out— First ? prize. £2 ; second £1. Most Atnusiu.' Character— First prize, £1 ; Becond,' 10s. Bast doooratod vehicle — First, £1 ; ? second, 10s. Best Darkiown Turn-out— First, £2. Ou arrival at Hio grounds the follow ing programme of sports will be carried out by tho Committee :— 1. BOYS' RACE, for Boys under 14 and over . 10 years, 100 yards. first prize, 0b; second, 2s Gd. ; ,2. . GIKLS' , JIACE, for. Girls -under 14, 76 yards. First prize, us ;- second, 2s 6d. ? 8. GIRLS' SKIPPING RACE, for Girls mider 14',...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOREKEEPERS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

STOREKEEPERS' PICNIC. A 8oin'ewhar novel innovation whs pre sented to Deniliquin on Wednesday in the shape of a Storekeeper' Picnic - The movement was initiate i by Messrt1 P. Fagaii and H. M. Grirbn, and strongly supported by the majority of ntorekaepers, who observed ihe day as a close h did ay. Tlii; picnic wai held about three mile, up the river fet wnat is- known as Picnic Point, and was attended by fuly. 300 persons. Dozens of small groups could bd soen in all directi.iiv chatting and laoghiog vf hile waiting for - the ' billy ' to iroil ; and after satisfying tho inner man all kinds of pa«times were indulged in. Toys hud boon thoughtfully provided f I* the little ones to compota f r, while the grown-up members indulged in other uut-duor games until King Sol reminded them that eve was appr.ach ng, and a move whr made homewards with feelingn of contenitneiit.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deniliquin Municipal Council. Co-operation for Farmers. MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. BERRIGAN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

-*? — ? ? 't''t: ,-,— DcntUquin Municipal j Council. ! Monday October 21. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of Ihe I kbove Council was held on Monday evening. Aldcrroui June (Mayor) oooupiul ilia clwir, j ?nil there were mm jirwwmt Alilniueii ! .Tones, Perriti, G. I-an«, Taylor, Kelly, «ni I JelPsrion. The minute* of Ihc previous niocting vcre read sod confirmed. OOHRESroSDKSCK. Letter* were rend :— To I he MiniRlcr for l*ud« requesting him to cause the local Land Agent to Iib supplied with Iho nunibuni and description* of Uie various rcstrvcn from : which firewood may bo procured by the woodoarlera. within sav \'l miles of Donili From the PuMjc VVorloi Departmnnt nlvy-' ing that the Minister had approved of the construction of the propoaod weir, on the Edward Rivor, being carried out after the . fOrUiaoming eetimaVei shall liavo been pused \ ' from' the K Onfler Secretary --for' Lands Baying that Mr Surveyor Sorivincr . lutd been appointed ? as cuoc%sRor to Mr Surveyor Broughton -wi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

{ nmi'fi'fl PIANOS AND $ {fAullllir organs. |; I ) The Material used in the construe- , ( | \ tioh of pur Marips'and Organs ii (I Good, the very best that can. I ' i} be procured. ' ? ' ,| *?' ? A^e,.tfv ? 6ck«-- :-? . Pianos I \ ??„ .... Sailing Pianos , , ( ,?;?:??; ,., ? - ...... and' ; ? ' .{' . , v,; ' i Estey ' Organs. ' | ' i| GttourO»t»loyuc«. Thev are uaetul guides, i } 338 Ceorgo St., Sydney. ( , I M POUNDINGS. TMPOUNDED at DenillquthUhe 22nd day JL of October, l!-0l,' from' South Common' Uuater, by the Herdsman :— Bed and whl to .Heifer, back-sift off car (indescribable brand off trump, about 3 years old. White and red Heifer, do .vlelblc' biand, about 18'montbs old.. .. ' - If not released will be sold at this Pound at Noon, the 28th day. of Kovember, 1901. ..?„.-, : E. GALL. . . I'oundbccncr Municipal District of Deniliquin. Extraordinary Election. EAST' WARD. NOl'ICR is lirmb.v given tlm Ibc iiotni nmioa -for Hieiiclcciinn ? of ;in ALOIUUUN jiivtlic Ktciyo H'»n| ^or lh...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERESTING TO LANDHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

tNTKRKSTIXNJ 1\- LANDBOLDKRS. Thi AiqdiaiUm- of WillUw H«nry jyiMs fur m ?-cpid 6SI ?«r»», ii-ii-4i id Thyra, »nd *hich tnclul^d fourMndra in tht lWriom«« Hnmentod 8 lection area now avaiUtile, same befuru the t^nd lloiri r«r lieari.iu yesterday. The Und Ut Lyona applied for as an a.c.ji, and for which ha claimed a pre*erent.al right, id aliu. been mnnlied fur hv *bnu- 600 |*u|ile by wayuf liuiuestetd ?election. The spiJhia&t |-urch«wd the baml btujk of 99} ajre* fmm bis lather in September, 1900, and n»w nnulu applcatinn u.ider thi 12th Section of Act Vic. N... 61. The Cr.iwn.: and Messrs James m1 and Kelly, on behalf of sev.ral hnaiHStead wleotiun »pplic»n s, opposed Mr Lyons. Toe Uwer admitted in tii. «irid--nc« that he had not V'»e iuto r.*idenee on th« hind, and the board hell that under the proviriuns-of sub-sectiun 3 i.f section 12 of the A«fc referred to, they nm-t dis allow th» lipp ieation, the applicant not having been in reiidep.ee on his' basal block for six mon...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN INTERESTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

AN INTERESTING CASE.. An interesting case cropped up at the local: Laud Board in the inquiry under stcltttn 20 of. ;th_e Crown -Lands Adt .of 188Ciiuto:T. and: It J. Gordon's S.C p. apylic-iti m oh Tupptl. It wuuld 'appenr that 'when this land was applied for in 1898 the basal block Was held by two. n»t ties, namely T. and R. Ji Gordon as' M.irjgagore(theLondon Bunk Mortgagees). The Land- Board, constituted by Messrs Opil% »n3 Tennant (Mr Trollnpe being ill at the time), enquired into the Applica tion and confirmed it, notwithstanding the faet- that Mr Falkiner's agent who was present at the Court drew attention to the illegality of (he application. Some 12 months ai)O the Goidon Bros. dssdved partnership, leaving only one of the brothers -o fulfil the conditinn of resid ence;' The Conditional Purchiue lusjioc tor in the course of his rounds reported this oirournstance, whwh caused an inves tigation, resulting; in the Minister seuding the otse to 'the Board under Section 20, which p...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORONIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

CORON1AL INQUIRY. A coronisl inquiry touching the death of Ethel Grulieri W..B held at the Sports niau's ArmB Hotel yesterday before Mr F. W. Oars'ang (Coroner) and the following jury :— Messrs F. Jane (foreman), F. P. Shaw, J. Robertson, A. T. Jones M. WysB, W. -Brophy, H. 'W. Pe.ra, H Foster, J. Adntn, A. Thome, J. Faiqu har and H. L. Jones. After ihe jury had viewed the body of deceased the inquiry was postponed until 10 o'clock this iuurn- : ing (Fiiday^ at the F.ederal Hotel.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPORTANT TO DROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

IMPORTANT TO DROVERS. ? Mr Jus Weir. Inspeotor of Stcck. re ceived a letter from the Ac ing-Chief In -pector -,l Stuck in Viciona stnting that the W.-dong«t Gonnamndda, Wahgunyah, Yarroweyah, (-nd Col ram stock routes had been idflrtareH anthmx infested. The letter further stated that 'Stock intended fi.r introduction into this State (Victoria) muatbKaaweertificn'e from a New South Wales IftflpfoWrWSMckStatlng that they have ei-W been vaccinated or have not been on infested areas or routes wihin throe .months. The New South Wales Ioapectorii sis the best authorities us to ihftt is anthrax-infested country and what is not. We have no defined boun daries of the infested country nor could we have sucTi, as the disenao may break' out anywhere in New South Wales at any time.' A LCopv of the'Act showing in what manner infected sheep were to be dealt with was also enclosed.

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Items of News. CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

Items of News. ? r* ? CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY. On Sundty last Sister Mary, represenN ing the Victorim Keglocted Children's Aid Society, held two very successful meetings in the To«n Hall. The Mayor (Aid. F. Jane) pi-exided at each nueting, and introducing the Sister, referred to the good work done by the above Society, of which Miss Sutherland is the founder. Sister Mary guve siiine interesting details ? f the home, in the course of which she xtaied that children of every deinomna ti.m were Uken in and cared for. They were subject to etrict discipline, And when old enough were placed in various private homes throughout Australia. In tho evening combined choirs rendered suitable hymns. Mrs Norman Wat-on a ing a solo ' The Star of Betheleni, ' and MrC. Boss 'Calvary.'' In writing us f r. m Momna Sisler Mary Etates tint the collections on Sundny amounted to £17, but that a further sum of £1 h«d since been received. Sis'er Mary aim states thtt a most successful meeting was held at Mathii...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 25 October 1901

IN MEMORIAL DAISII In Ming rsinrmbranoa 'f My ,„*. Mo h«*. Kiinbtth IMrh, who d. ,,^,(,,1 tlii. lite on the Slib (toiober, r-HAi.t- 1 i'''1 mT ''n»«-' mo'her In her home beyond Uie akim T W ,11 1 w the love-light bmminK Krmn lier ifnntle, loving «ye* ! yc-1 my nioliier, now in waiting— V\ a.iui'K with her look m mill, ?? And fhe'll prna me to her boaom Ad mIih Hid when Uut 1 child.' „,„ i. ..itinir over -™d«- VVniling by my Saviour's side 1 yW| Khe wait* t° R've me «'-'lcome In ihsl home Ixsyond th«i «ky. S\lt will know me when I meet her, And will prem me to her heart, Ar »hc did to ni-* in childhood, And we'll never, never |«rt. I will meet my »aint«d mother When the Great King come* to reign— Comes u- gather His blight jewels— And we II never part again. Innerted by her loving daughter, Annie FlEU). DAISH. -'' ' 'd and loving rememhrancc (!l 1.1}' Jnrling Mother, who departed this life at her residence ChsrlotteBtreet, Deniliquin, Octflbor-24th, 18911. Oh mother, -le.ir mother, t...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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