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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
/f'-illAS. L. GRIFFITH A: CD'S AUC \y TION SALES :-- Sale of thu Olives l-Miilo-Snlm-dtiy, November 21. Subdivisionul Sale -if Land in Kiewn lilra-t, Albmy-Snturdny, Novem ber 21. Sill..- of Building Allotment in Denn utroct. opposite. Mr. A. C. Dmiiel'ti, Saturday, November 21. Alburv Fortnightly Market- Tuciidny, November 2J. Rnmn for Hale,, at. Albmy Market, Tuesday, November 2-1. Special Cuttle Hole, (it Gundngui, 1'Vi dny, November 27. Wodonim Fortnightly Marhol, Tues day', December ].' Wodongn Horse Sale-Wednesday nml Thursday, Deeember 2ml mill 3rd. l.'ppor Dunihulory Euliilu (conjunction with Rose mid King), Monday, December 7, lit Cowrn. I.lnjf»re,i To Lot— TcndciM to lie in by Deeember 8. Sale of Freehold mid Leasehold Pro portion, in Kritnto of lain Mm. V. L. Rial, December 21, tit Albury. Great Subdivisional Sale 01-' 16 Residential ttlocks and Business Situs. IN THE VERY HEART OF ALDURY, Adjoining the Globe Hotel, mid right opposite the I'ohI Olliee. The. Bent ond Most ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
Chas. Prince (Lnto of PIUNCU'S HOTEL, Market Street, Sydney. IiogH to iiiinoiinco thiit lip lmn com pleted tho cxtoiiHivtf nUorntioiiu to tho abovcnnmcd hotel, which linn been RI5N0VATED Tl litOUGUOUT, Grcntly iiilding to llio comfort mid convenience of (jurats. No expense lm'ii boon upmcd lo brinij thu accommoda tion to mi up-to-date, first-ulnim iilmi durd. TWO I1AU lmu ln'iui entirely recon Htruetcd ui'ul i-olidt'ii on tlio moot mo dern lincH. Nothing but tho bent lirnudii of WINKS, SPIRITS, LIQUEURS, etc., will bo l(cp|. on tl»! premises, mid tho TAHLES WILL MO furnishm! with uvorything of thu limit procurable. gxobbTIhotel, DI3AN STREET, ALIUIKY. ?Mrs. M. A. Darby, Proprietress. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION. Beat Drnndu of Wim-.i, SpirilH, oto. Only Kept in Stools. LAUGH SAMPLI5 ROOMS. OA1JS MKKT ALL Til 10 TRAINS. Telephone, No. (JO. CLUB HOTEL AL1JURY. Percy Arthur Burt PROPRIETOR. Bout, Accommodation for Fumilica nnd .. , ? Viallora, ONLY BEST BRANDS OP LIQUORS ?', i,' '' ' KEP...
WODONGA MARKET. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
WODONUA MARKET. TUESDAY, NOV.EMBKU 17, 1903. YOUNC.HUSBAND, HOW AND CO. PH0PH1HTAHY LTD., report their usual fortnightly Halo on nbovn dale, when thi'i'o wan ratlicr a nmnll yard ing of flit cattle, whilst tho number of ntoren wnu about thu a\era(;e. Prices for fat entlli! weru a little iirmer, and for Htorcii about equal to Into rateii, if nnylliinR a triib nmier. Fat bul IocIih, lijrht \vde,htH, £8/17/(i to ?C'J/IO/ ; cowii, £8/2/0 to £8/18/0 for bent quality ; Rood cows, £7 to £7/10/; HkIiI, £0/2/1) to £0/8/0; iipeyeii hcifcrii, timnll, but good c|unlitv, £0/2/ lo £0/10/ ; heiferii, .C5/KI/0 to £0/11/ ; vcnlera, fif./ to 81/. .Store Cntllo.— Hulloi-ltn, 'I and « yearn, in low condition, £8/12/0 ; .'1 and ?! yem-H, £5/0/ to £7/(5/ ; Htrarn, 2 ycai-H, £.'1/7/ ! aijed cowh, £1 to £?1/5/ ; Hpringorii, £l/fi/ to £5/13/0. At above rnteii (hey noli! draftn for Mi'SMiu. Diekiiou and Moim, If. t'licfley, W. C. McFni'limn, Drumniond, Jiiffcott, J, liarllett, Jim. Elliot, W. H. Stuckey, M. ...
MARKET REPORTS. (BY SPECIAL WIRE.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
MARKET REPORTS. (BY SP1CCIAL WJRE.) MELBOURNE, Wcdneadny. Argenline, .1/11 to .1/10; out.-., Al Rerinii, 1/H to l/'.l; feed, 1/(1; iitont white, 1/10 to L-/ ; bnrley, prim.! limit ing, ;(/ ; 'feed, i!/ ; (Jape, i-rime, a/ ; maize, primi! dry flat red, ;t/ ; bran, HJd; ]-ollmd, 11-1; [H'lv.t, hand thrnuh ed, .'!/-' ; machine, 11/:! ; pntiitocn, H11I Inrnt, .CI 5/ ; pink ..yen, .CI! 10/ ; on ioiiK, prime, £11 to £1! 10/ ; chnlF, priinu wlicatcii, £.') ; oalcn, £2 lV/-i ; manner hay, £1 to .C5 ; elmiliiii,r, £2 ,r-/ to £'J 10/; Hlrnw, Victoii'.in, £?-' ; TnHinnnmn, £:! 15/.
AN INGLORIOUS DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
AN JW.1L01U0US imi'hAY. Tho Vlolorlan Klovwi niudo a vory poor nhow agalnnt thn I'jiigllHhmem An lnnlngii 'and 70 riinii ? In not thn thing wo arn ncoiiHtomnd to, Ono iiatlufnctory featurn about flm maltor wan tun Uicieiuieil tniereiii (iiiipiaynn in tho good old gamo, When tho Tent Match in iilavi'd on Now Yviw'h Day, thero will bn certain lo bn a uTc-nt crowd on (ho Melbourne, (Irluknt Oronml, Tho vlmlorii havn nlrendy madn thenuielvoii vory popular, You oan alwayii judgo from thn bui'i'rt'jklng of tho crowd whether i\ tonin \n, ur jx not In fuvor, Tyldenlny, In ll.o rwioiit maloh, wan milijectpd to jood'lltlll),VI'od crltioiiun for hln ulylo for (filing nltft' thn ball, 'What, ootmtry tlo(i« lioramo Irom 1' iinkoil ono finlojlt'!1. ' ' .Why; from IConl, of vottrao. l.'nn't yr-i miu tho way hn ho|in t' ll ti'iok Hid I))' iilniidor a moment or two to Rot, olt to Ihn willy rojolnor, but whim ho dirt; Ihnrn -wan a roar of h.iuffhlcr tlmt. oatined Iho playnrn to look roMti'l In ivHlon...
GOLD IN NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
GOLD IN NISW GUJNKA. That portion of tho dcHpntoh oj Mr., ItobiiiHon, of Mow Clulnna AdmlnlHlra* tor, In which hn Hiinnkn of largo nllu vlal dopoHltu on Studont ThIuikI Ihih attracted mtloh altontlon. Jt hail boun known for Homo limo (hat gold wuh being won In payable (|iiamliinii in vnrioun partH ol Now (luinnn and .tho adjacent inland.'!, but It had alwayu bt'on tindoi'Htood that tho rlfikn to hoalth, ovim llfu, worn too. great. On Iho Mnnilmro river I'Hpoolnlly Iho oil mnl i) in wry iluaiily lo Huropi'iiiiH,; whilo tlm nntivoH aro limy Iroublo Homo, Tho expedition whloh hnn Htnrl nd from London for Now Clulnoa nhould Ixi nblo lo furnlnh Home Information on tho mihjoot, but iih tho!)' C|iient will bo rather Holontiflo than gold-Hoeklug, and tho report will not bo puliliHhud for a long timo, our advent uroiiH HonkurH after Kldorado now, that their itppotl; leu liovo bmui wh«t(rd will not bo mil IhHoiI to wait ho long. Thn ohnnreti arn, I hear, tlmt a vlolorlan party may bo lltlntl ...
FEDERAL EMOTIONS. HUME ELECTORATE. MR. WILLIAM JOHNSON AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. HUME ELEOTORATIO, MR. WILLIAM JOHNBON AT ALUURY. Mr, William .lohnnon, thu neleoled oamlUlutu for Ihu Laliour parly, ad druHHuri iv largo meullng of uleotom in llio Meohanlcii' Iniillltilo hint night, A very largo proportion of Ihu ntull eneo wan compound of Indleii, Mr, R. Wllkimion (I ho Mayor) on oupled tho ehnlr, and brlelly Introduc ed Ihe candidate, who received a cor dial greeting from Ihe audience, He iiaid he npprareil before Ilieni mi llio choiiou eamtidele of I lie Labour party, Kuiuourn had been circulated lo Iho contrary. lie hurled tin- lie buck in Ihe teeth of I hone who dnred lo circulate iiueh a iiuiior, Another rumour wan now being circulated that In; Intended lo retire. The gold had not been dug yet which would Induce him lo relive, Sir Win, Lyne wan not pnylug IiIh e.viieniien either, and Ihe man who mild no wan a liar, lie wan not a parly npllller, but repreiienled labour, During the lmit Id vearn ho had fought their eaune, nud the pnrly now t...
THE TURF. DISQUALIFIED JOCKEYS. R. BAILEY, FIVE YEARS. W. JORDAN (ALBURY), THREE YEARS. W. WOODS, TWELVE MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
THE TUKR DISQUALIFIED .JOCKEYS. It. BAILEY, FIVE YEARS. W. JORDAN (ALBURY), TIIHEJS YEARS. W. WOODS, TWELV1-: MONTHS. At tlio isjiccial meeting of llu- Coro wn stewards held at the Riverina Ho tel, to inquire into Iho conduct of the ' boys,' who signed an advertisement signifying (heir intention not to ride al any meet ing of tho Corown Club, through the notion of (ho stownrdu in di.OMnnlifyiiig the jockey Leech, ' Billy '' Jordan, who acted as spokesman lor his comrades, said no insult was inlendcil lo the stewards, but they thought that their brother of tho 'pigskin' wan harshly trea ted, and protested only against, the stewards' action. Alter a lengthy discussion the com mit lee of tin, Corown Club could not see their way clear to accept, the ox pliimilion, and disqualified R. Bailey 5 vearn j W. Jordan, 3 years ; W. II.' Woods, 12 months ; and the other for (i nionlhs, with Iho except ion ol Mulligan, Ryan, and Leech, who wcro let oil. W. Jordan, of Albury, intends ap pealing to...
ALIEN RESTRICTION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
ALIEN RESTRICTION ACT. Under thin Kill any mini might come into Australia, be lie black or not, on (he education lent. Thin wuh, that hi) nhould writ i) about dNy wordu to dictation. The Labour party wanted a colour line drawn. In eomo piirtu of Qui-cmihind, one out of iievcn worn coloured, and in other partn, one out of ovcry three were coloured men. This wan uimply alarming, and demanded unity if they were going to hove n white AiiHtniliu, Mr. G. II. Reid wanted to tamper with thin, and they had a candidate who wan a pledged mipporler of Mr. Reid'a contenting thiu coiiHtituency, viz., Mr. M'Leun. H« objected to pay Kubuicly to (he nteain cni or owneiH, who manned their veu hcIh with black labour. Only one of the mibsidincd compniiici carried a white crew, and Mr. Reid and iiin fol lowcrti, nmongnt whom worn Mr. M'Lean, wanted to grant thin mib uiily irrespective of colour. ARBITRATION HILL. When Sir Edmund Harton delivered hiu Maitlaud npecch the imention of Federal arbitration wo...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
SPOUTING.' (By Our Spoiling Reporters.) Becrctnririii of Spoiling Clubs-Itacing, Crickol, Tennis, (Jolf, Rifle, Pigeon, etc., aro cordially invited to nupply ivportB, lists of tenmiH, items of in formal ion, etc., for publication, in our Spoiling Columns. All uiich report u should reach tho Sporting 'Editor before li p.m. for inucrlion in next day's 'Mail.'
CHILTERN. ALLEGED HORSE STEALING. TWO MEN ARRESTED. CHILTERN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
GHILTEBN. (.My Our Special Reporter.) ALLEGED HOUSE STEALING. TWO MEN ARRESTED. CHILTKRN, Thursday. Tim police after a march of nix months, succeeded on Sunday evening in finding tho valuable mare Blolen from Mrii. A. Stewart, of Brown's Plains (for which n. rewind r,( £10 wan advertined), and following up tho diiicovery yoHteiday arreuted at their farm, Moorwntha, near Howlong, .Ino. .Joseph O'Mcnra (father) and Edward FranciK O'Meara (noli) on a charge of stealing the mare, which had been secreted in a paddock at Narrow Plaint), near Jiorrignn. From thin plncn it was brought quietly to the polieo station nt llowlong. The nr roKtiiv; Connlablcfi wero SeniorCon stnblo Grillin, Howlong ; Constable Carruthein, linrnnwnrtlm ; and Con nl able Deverall, Waligunyah. Thin morning O'Moura nnd hii) son were charged before Mr O Boyle, J.P., at Howlong, with stealing a bay draught niaro, valued at £10, the pro perly of Mrs Stewart, and roniHiufcil to Chillcrn, where they were inilged in the lo...
JOCKEYS SEVERELY PUNISHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
JOCKEYS SEVERELY PUNISHED. As a sequel to tho advertisement in serted in the Corowa paper by the jockeys nt the conclusion of the late Chanty Race Meeting at that town, Hinting they would not ride any homo on that course, owing to what thev considered (lie loo nevcre punishment, muted out to two of Ihcir comraden, Iho whole of the joekeyn nigning ouch advert inomont were on Wednesday iiuin moiled before a committee to annwer a charge of 'innerting an insulting ad vertisement in tin, Corowo ' Free Premi,' on October HO.' Woven joc keys presented theniiielvcs-W. II. Jor dan, 0. Mulligan, W, H. Woods, A. Hyland, 1). Hoban, H. Leach, and R. Bailey. The choir wan occupied by R, Gardner (president), and I)r. Lang (secretary), and three oilier gentle men Wero present lo deal with the case, On tho jockeyn being called and the paper produced, they were questioned an to whether they had signed such advertisement. Jordan nd milted signing hin own and Mulligan's name, and Woods admitted nigning...
THE LADY ELECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
THE LADY 10LECTOU. The lady elector han come, She has quite (raunfornied the .appearance (if an election mooting, Innlead of the urn of moii'n Imiidn nnd /aces, hairy or bald, bearded or elcannhaven, now shine (he lulenl. croalionn in picture hatn, (iaiiinboroughn, or gcnin, vari colored, and with nodding plumes, Al Mr, ?lolimum's meeting hint oveniug in tho Mi-ehauics' Iiislilulii, nearly linlf Iho audience wan comprised of thu gentler sex. They onler Iho auditor ium with n ncared air, and 'f liopo I don't, inlrudo 1' nnpeet, But limy very quickly grasp (ho now niluatioii, and -lt-op into a eliair lionido (ho 'malo man thing' who has enjoyed tho privi lege of a volo ovor nlnco ho wan 21, II will only be after Iho polling day Hint, women will fully renlino their power nt (he booth, If (hey should combine and oiil.-volo (ho malo eleu loni—whlch would bo quilo poiuiiblo— what extremen could (lu-y not legislalo lor lo clip Iho wlngn of minernlilo man I
PLAGUE OF CATERPILLARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
I'LAdUE Oli' CATEIII'ILLAHH. M'liii ' Argun ' Sydney mirroiipou dent, wi'llen :- The pluKU' '' calor plllarn In the (li-niln|-al dlnlrlel wnn again Iho meunn of oaunbig einisldei'' alile delay lo a I111I11 on the Tiimut luaneli line, This mninini; (lie cnlcr plllnin, advnnnlu:; In nn linnieniio army, erowded on Iho rails uour Mill lam'a, When Hie Irnln got falrly'ln lo Hie mass (lie wheoln tailed lo ' bile ' Iho rails, and iho Iralu I'linio In u nluiufsflll, Mniiil wnn freely used by Iho iIiIvit, but. wllhoul oll'eel, Tho il'rlver lor a I lino was In 11 iiuuiidmv, un fie.ih eulcrpllluin swiiiiii' ed on I lie ralln ns last an olhern Were killed, I'innlly ho lilt upon Iho ox pedli'ill ol lyllil! 111 .1110 lilil;||ln|; on llm cow culchcr In such n iiiuiiuei1 an lo sweeii Iho rnlls severul yul'iln lu I10I1I. ol llm eiutlne. Tho sand genr wun niialn applied, and wl ? I ho eiinllii' got 11 nl ml Ili'i bniailng swept Iho oiilerplllui'ii oil' Iho rnlls, und enabled Ilii' train lo advaneo,
NEW ZEALAND PARLIAMENT AN ALL NIGHT SITTING. PREFERENTIAL AND RECIPROCAL BILL. MOTION TO DEFER CONSIDERATION REJECTED. SECOND READING CARRIED ON THE VOICES. WELLINGTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
NEW ZEALAND PARLIAMENT AN ALL NIGHT SITTING. PREFERENTIAL AND RECIPROCAL HILL. motion to defer consider ation rejected. second reading carried on tup; voices. WELLINGTON, Tliurmlny. After an all night iilttlng of tho Houne, tho amendment moved by Mr. Maiuiey, leader of the Oppoiiillon, de ferring coniililerallon of the Preferen tial and Reciprocal 1)111, wan defeated by 'Id voleii to Uil, Mr, Scddnii I hen moved the Heuond reading of the DIM, which wan car ried on Ihe voIccm. Tho Houne 1m iitl'l ultllng, Tho Preferential and Reelpronal Hill In belnir eoiuildered In commlUee.
A SENSATIONAL BOLT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
A .SENSATIONAL HOLT. Alioiit ,1 0 clock yoslerdiiy afternoon a most, nensallonul bolt occurred ut Wodongn, which, forliumloly, wns 1111 al tended by loss of life. 1 1 appours Hint a luiifdlo-agcd man, iiuiuod James jiiuinionii, a racecoiiiso iianilue, was di'lviiif! u pail1 of ba- liorncn atlached to a hooded bngilV through Wodonga, when Iho pole-nl rap.-i dropped oil', ami Iho animals, becoming unmanageable, boiled towards Albmy. Upon reach ing Iho lowu the frightened uninials Iraveriied 0110 of tho lilookn und lurncd Ihclr liendn oil Iho rolui'n journey (o Wodonga, during which I hero' wero many narrow escapes from vehicles col liding wilh Ihem, Upon Hearing Iho ?Ilulfwny Hold, ( lie runaways oceu iiloned Iholr liril mlslmp, They ran Inlo a horse and sulky, driven by a young limn named W. Martin, Ihiow Ing him into tho roail, and nvorlurn ing hln oonvoviuice Murlin nluck lo llm reins, but hln horso galloped olf, dragging him for noiim eonnlderablo dlnUiuce, When Iho horno did pull...