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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
Nov, 20,~Vlulorln v. Soulh Aunlrnlln, Nov. 'ao.-EiiBliuid v. Now South Wnli'ii, Nov. al.—KnnU«td ? v, Now South Wuli'ii (iioiiond duy) Nov, Ul. — Hulu ol un Albury ImlldliiB lot by Chilli, L, Clrllllth mid Co, Nov, 21, —Albury Korlnlglilly Mnrliel, Nov. 2-1.— Aimunl Muni Ing ol Albury iltliillanii lo ooniildiir npplleiitlonii for Auollout'crii' Llcennen. Nov. St.— (lormimlon Land Board, Nov. flfl,— Cloi'iimnloii Litml llonrd. NoV, 2B,— Oongriigallonul Church Halo ol (Illtii mid Coiupiitltlonn, NoV, a7.—VoungliUMlmnd. Ruw nnd . Co., Proprlutnry, Llil,, Wool Halo, Nov. 27. — W, B, Norumn nnd Co'ii .?; Wutil Hlllu, Duo. a,— Aiiiiunl Concert, Calhollu Primary Hohoul Pupllu. Dqtii 8,— Wodongn lloiim Hnlu. lltuii SI.--T1111 MII11 Onioli ((li'inmnlou), Jtiwu Miiutlng, Duo, a,— Wodonijn C'oi.uuill uud Wntor Tnuit, Duo H,— Court ol Ittivliilou ol -lury Lint-, Allitlry, II 11,111. Due, H,— Wodonga County Hour!. Den, M.- Albmy llonpllul Meellnir. Dun, III, -Annunl lionn.il, Convent llounli'iii...
COMMERCIAL EDUCATION IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
COJifMEUCIAL EDUCATION IN THE DR1TISII EMl'lllE. Thonc. eminent and versatile ntntes men, tho Karl of Roncbery nnd Mr. Joseph Clmmborlnin, have frequently impreHHod upon their fellow country men tho fibijolutc nccefiiiity for im provod melhodu of commercial educa tion being adopted in Great Britain nnd throughout, tho Empire. Earl Ronebery i;i|jualinctl bin innlallation an Lord Rector of Clniigow Univeruily by a iioulntirring nddrcmi on H10 groat ncim and the renponnibilitieii of the Umpire, and i(« uci-d of men, nlert, well-educated, and well-trained -a virilu Imperial rnco. 'Umpire,' miid llm noble Lord, 'rcpreucntn to uo our his tory, tradition, race. It In n matter of influonco, penco, commerce, civilina tion, nbovu nil of faith. It in nlno a matter of buninena. We have re ceived from our forefathern thin great appanage No one. oulnido an asylum winheii to bo rid of it.' Tho array of a few fnclii and ligureii will adequately iiluntrate the vaulneuu find (lid iipleudoiir of (hn B...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
GENERAL NEWS. It in understood that tho Rov A, Harvey, of tho Chillern Prenbylcriaa Church, han received n call to Ber wick. General regret will be felt at 10 departure of niich an able nnd popular minister from our midnt. Mr, Harvey wan one of (he four clergymen who npoko at the festival in the Mel bourne Town Hall, in connection with the late Assembly, a fact which in con sidered a great tribute to hin poworn nn an orator, In connection with (ho opening of Iho Mildura railway on Friday hint, an arlinlieally illuminated addrcsn, in book form, depict Ing Mildura fruits and Mowers, a train passing through the Malleo in iln natural Hlalo, and In the foreground thone beautiful fan pahnn which adorn tho titreotn and avenuen of Mildura, wan presented to II In Excellency Sir Georgo Sydenham Clarke. This nierllorloun work was from tho hand of the Rev, A, E, Harvey, of Chiltern, the design being worked in monochrome with pen and ink, and ncodlcnn to nay it wall Ijrcally admired, A local you...
CORRESPONDENCE. It must be distinctly understood that the Editor is in no way responsible for the opinions of correspondents. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
CORRESPONDENCE. : It must lio distinctly understood that tho Editor in in no way ruspomilblo for the opinions of coiroiipomlontii, To tlio Editor, . Hlr,— I obnervo that a writer in an Ibui'v paper in highly incensed with Sir William Lyuo for not enpeelally n-l- dronslng that oxeluslvo political body, io 'Woinen'ii P,E. League,' or, lotlld 1 liny, 'Women's Sltmlo Tax .onguo ? Now, what I whih lo mow In— Who are tlieno baker's dozen Hit they nhould want a monopoly of (ho several candidates ? Am I, all outsider, not entitled to henr hill) also ? Yoiirn, ole,, A WOMAN, NOT A LIOAUUER, Albtiry, Nov. Ill, 1IIIKI, Tho agent of Miniini, T, II. Mate and Co, Lid,, In Ceylon, Mr, .1, A. Hen. demon, who in Ihe, iieulor partner of Meiinrn, llemlernon and Co,, Colombo, han junt paid a special vhilt to (hem, Anked how inatleni arc progremihig In Ceylon, ho replied that Iho Inland In very piosperoun, nud^ Ihnl, plant ern Koucrnlly are now doing better than Ihey have donii for some lime, Tho severe...
THE KING AND QUEEN OF ITALY. VISIT TO KING EDWARD VII. PLACE WREATHS ON THE TOMBS OF QUEEN VICTORIA AND PRINCE CONSORT. BANQUETTED BY THE KING. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
THIS KINO AND QUEEN OF ITALY. VISIT TO KING lODWAKI) VII. PLACE WREATHS ON THU TOMIJS OF QUEEN VICTORIA AND PRINCE CONSORT, IJANfiUET'I'ED 11Y THE KING, ; Tliuir M'ajoiitioM King A'lotor Enm . nuul mid Queen Helena of Italy, viuilud ' 'thu Koyal Mausoleum at Krou/moro, lo (toy, and pluced wronllm on the tombu of Queen Victoria and Prince Con : uorl, In thu evening a banc|iiet wan given to the King anil Queen of Italy by King Edward VII, Ilin MnjeMly re called the vinlt lo England of tho King of 'Sardinia, and dwelt on the re Nult of Ihe recent, cordial reception ol hiniKolf at I ho Qiiirlnul, in Koine. lie wan, therefore, cunlUlcnt Unit London Would rcuhn'ocalo the liiuilly feelingii cmlortulliecl by 1 1 In Majeiily and (lie pooplu of lluly for (Ireat llrllnlu, King Vlutoi- Emnmiol luillnbly re |illcil,
MR. CHAMBERLAIN. FAREWELL OF AGENTS-GENERAL AT COLONIAL OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
MR, OIIAMHEULAIN. FAREWELL OV AGENTS-GENERAL A'J1 COLONIAL OFFICE. At t lii] AgenlH-fieneral farewell to Mr. OIlHinberlnin, at tho Colonial Of iiuo, to-day, Lord Slralhconu and Mount Royal, High Coinmitiiiionef for Canada in London, highly compliment ed Mr. Chamberlain throughout. IiIh long pciiod of ollice an Colonial Sec rutiuy in eiidi'iivouring lo rcnlixu the grand idea of drawing oIonit tho dif ferent pnrlH of (ho Kmpirn. Mr, Chamberlain, hill Jjordship said, had done more than miy other Htateii man to promote Imperial unity and thu development of the Empire, He conoludod hiii romnrUii by oxproiiHhif,' tho hope that Mr Chamberlain woulii noon resume hhi old olliee and con tinue IiIh great worlc, Mr. Chiiniberlaiu in ri'ply imid he wan deeply touched and gratilied at the goiKTouii appiTcialioii of hiii worlc at tho Colonial Ollice. He acknowledged hill iiidublediieiiii for much valuable ad vico and uupport from thu Agentn General, .Kin many tliHcuuiilonu with them and other colo...
THE ANARCHISTS. THREE ARRESTED IN MILAN. SWISS PRESIDENT MENACED. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
Till') ANAIKHIIHTM, TIIHMI') AlllllWTIOD IN MILAN, HWIMH l'l(l'),4||)|i)NT MKNAOKI), H'hree niiiiri'hliilii have beiiii arreiiled lit Milan, llulv, The Italian pollen (Iliulovuiml a plot, wnu on foot lo mi, liaiiNlnule Hi' I'renldenl, of Ihe Mwlim lti-|iublle (iM.A. Iliueher), mid ull'eeled Ihe nrreiil ol Miree men (or being the linulomlnni of Ihe plol,
ABOUT AN ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
ABOUT AN KHTATK. Krlef.'i linvo bi'fii nmi'kt'd to linlla doy.on o( our mont emlnunl oouiihoIii III a null In which a very largo Molbonrim nnlatu Ih couoornnd, Tho Iwnonolarlnd under that' cHlutu have Irenly lniir murrlnd until affalm havn hiwimi very eonipllciited. Atlnmpln to unttlo mat (em otilnldn (hu Law C'ourlH nrn lii'lnc made, but If Ihenn fall Illlgallon will eiiHiiu (hut will ecllpiio ovun Ihu fliinollfi I/only (mHii, and iivorvomi |irnlly well Iiiiowh by UiIm limn what a mmtIIjIii lot ol inonny (hat oonl,
A THEATRICAL FRACAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 20 November 1903
A TllKATJHOAIi KHAOAS. Hoololy Ih goiinlp|iliig nvni' a illidill' baiieu wlilnli look pliiuu In Iho Hrneii rooin of a Molbournn Ihealrn reoelidy, Thn prlnol|ialH In tho chhI of (IiIm melo drama worn a wnll-known arlntoerath) raohig man and a popular manager, What ni!»od Ihn row need not bn do (allnd, I dineiiuy, however, you can (jiiohh (ho lli'iil (intiHii lot' youriiolveii, The reiiuH wan that (hn rnelii(r'HWell' wan iinveiely Imiidlnd, and warned not to enter Ihu green-room ol lhat t heal re ugallti Thn ouluomu of It all may be thai hu limy finanno a theatre roin|inny ol IiIh own,