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SIR WILLIAM LYNE AND THE WOMEN'S MEETING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 21 November 1903

SIR WILLIAM LYNH AND THU WOMEN'S MIOlCTINli. To tho Editor. Sir,— Under the cognomiSi of ' All Insidled Woman,' a writer in an Al bury paper complains of imuiltiiip lan guage from Kir William Lyne, at tho Women's nicclnifj. it tlio snicl woman u husband never insulted her more than Sir William did, (hen who must be a happy womun, or, I nhould Ray, 'lady,' for evidently from her educa tional article she in now in touch with tho 'Toorakors.' 1 have, known Sir William for a quarter of a century, but never knew him lo make an insulting remark to n woman. It would, per linpii, bo advisable at tho next mooting for 'An .Insulted Woman' to bring a lady shorthand reporter with her, so that fuels could be given, not false hoods, An to her husband, he perhaps would be belter engaged.— Yours, etc., 'ANN1I0 ICLlZAIlETn.' Albuiy, Nov. 20th, 1903.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUCH-TRAVELLED COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 21 November 1903

MUCH-TRAVELLED COURT. Tim juilffcH of the High Court, of Australia Imve u ;;-)O(l deal of travel ling about to do. J5y thin nftcrnoon'u exprcmi they journeyed to Adelaide, . ami next Wi'iliumlHy they will leave Hid South AuHlrnlinn cnpilc.1 tov Went Auntritlia. Thu mcml)crn ^vi 11 lie back in Melbourne on December lfi, and four dayti Intel' the, Cliriulmnu vacation s commenced.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIR WILLIAM LYNE AND THE CHINESE LABOUR SLANDER. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 21 November 1903

Hilt WILLIAM LYNIO AND THE CHI NESE LAHOUIl SLANDEH. To tho Editor, Sir,— In his nddrosu nt the Mechnnicn' Hall Innt night, Mr. Johnson, tho La bour candidate for the Hume, repeated n ntatiiiuent previously niado by him to the effect. Hint ho had seen 20 Chinamen working on Sir Willnmn Tyrie station last year, oto. This sint.env-:;l .Si'!' V.''!liam him over niul over ngain Nligmntiscd' nn absolutely fable. It (hetcforu becomeii a question n» to whether the electors will bolievo Sir William or Mr. .Johnson. A peril nnl of the following letter will, doubt loan, nnsint the doctors in nrriving nt the truth.— Yours, etc, JOHN WILKINSON, (Copy.) New SSvolnnd Loan and Meronntilo Agoncy Co., Ltd., Auotrnlian Inspection Department, Melbourne, Nov. 4. 11)03 Hon. Sir W, J. Lyno, K.O.M.CS., Melbourne, Hoar Sir,— Ilolorrlng to tlio verbal enquiry rolutivo to tho employment of Chinese on Tyrle Stnlion, I beg lo state that /or several yenrn pant Tyrlo lias been under Iho absolute control of this ...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTRIC RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 21 November 1903

. . ELECTRIC RAILWAYS. , ' ' - Tim I'reinieiH of South AiiHlralia and Viutoriu had a chat lo-diiy in Sir. ll'yinn'H olllirn, on the milijeel, of electric railways Tliey expressed the opin opinion that it would In: ndvnntngcoUH if till) two Klati'it could Hccurc bclu ? i them llui McrviccH of u lir.it r.lusti man. -; Ml1. Tait, who wan preiient, cxprcHKe.d the opinion llml the convernion of our Nublirbaii nynli-iu from Htcnin to elec tric, t ruction would prove very I'xpen Hive, No del'miti' dwimim wmi arrived at, ami Mr. .lenliiiiH pmpoHcM I,, make further cmpiirieii in Hie lij'ht of the technical and practical information im-iiiHlied by Mr. Tait.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 21 November 1903

Robert Doughty Is back In his OLD HOUSE, tho. terminus Hotel. WHEHE THE 1IEST CLASS 01'' ALE Iu the Town may bo I'roourod. ^ A Cordinl Involution iu Extondod to Old Clients. , TAKE NOTICIO THAT WHEN CKOSSINd ?Murray Bridge Tho firnl II0TI''L you como to in J. T. IIOUINHON'S N.H.W,, whoro only LIQUORS ol the 1VEST HUANDS nro KKl'T. Alno FIKST-OLASS ACCOMMODA TION. No bettor paddocks for travelling ntook, llont Drolt Iloer, (Id (juarl, drawn from wood) Draft Whisky, no better, V'. ? ? J. T# Robinson Don't Miss This! THIS FEDEIUL CITY SITE In Laid Aside, , ' HUT NOT 80 WITH HOOTS AND SHOES. F. Gorries. Hnn a Larger Slonk Ihnn Ever, nud hi ablo to Supply llootn for tho Old. 1 Hootn for, tho Young, ? 1 llootn for Iho Itloh. Hootn for tho Poor, At 1'ItIOEB. whleli I)El'Y COMPETI TION for Sl'OT CASH. Mailing nud Ropnlni on tho namo ll''' I''. (JOltDES, WODONCIA, ? IT STANDS TO TtlOASON .ft, you got Host Vnluo whoro ox pennon nro low. To provo this anil ul Tovey &'Co.' KIKWA-STHUET,...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 21 November 1903

SEVENTH DAY AOVENTISTS. The Seventh Day AdvimlinU are holding tlieir annuiil encampment at the. Royal ,1'iirU, The, meeliujjii held in a bift fwit fae.huf ')''l-iinimjtoii , rorul liivvo birvu very largely ultoiKlinl. Tim Advent int I), while they' nre in ramp, rtt nil uveutti, me. tilriut vcjje.tiu'iiuiK, inid that they iniiiil. also be early riiiem i» bIiowii by the fact that breakfaiit in Bcrved at 7-15 each morning. Another iritureHling piece ol information iu Hint the AdventiutM never nun white bread, eoiiKiderinn' it- bad for the Htomacli and li'iitli. 'Dili incnibciH of the Beet, too, do not indulge in ten, coffee, or nnv bottled liipmi.i, teetotal an well n'- iipiritnoiiK. Of coiiihc, Ihc! AdvrnliiilH .Sabbath in held on Ihc .Saturday in-' Klead ol on Sunday, an in the rmic with nioHt' (lliriHtiiin churclicM, while tliev a rii eagerly looking forward to Clirhit-'n Henoiul' coming, which they beliovn to bi! very near. The ni|;n« heralding tlmt coining anv— 'The wide Hpreud po...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 21 November 1903

Wlmii ,v»i( Imvn rdiul UiIn d«|iy of 'Thn (Inrdor MnrnlMit Mull,' pliiium intiiH It nil to li filuiul.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CHILD'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 21 November 1903

A CHILD'S DEATH, An inquest wan opened al ihoMorgilo this .morning by llio District Coronet concerning Ihu death ol an illegitimate male child, which had been In t lid earn ol n registered nurnu at, North KlU roy, Ihu child died in the Children 11 Hospital on Wednesday evening last. A post mortem c.vniniiml ion of (ho body was Hindu by l)r, A. J. Wood, who slated (hat, (ho cumin of death wan bronuliO'piieiiuioula and autitn i olll In, and (lin ntirsn was In 110 way (o blame. Mrs. Annie Finn, reg'-dered nurse, nlitled she received Ihu child from its mother when it, was ten days old. it wnu (lieu, apparently, healthy, Shu wan to receive 11/ per week, Frlcniln of the mother had writ leu lo her asking it nhe would be willing lo adopt the child ; and sh'i had replied that, nhe would. Tho inquiry was ad journed milil Tuesday next, llio Coro ner ordering Ihu iiurnn In produce , Ihu wholo nl llio corruspondence which had passed between herself and the friends of (ho child's mother,

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIAL TO MR. PAINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 21 November 1903

SOCIAL TO Mil, PA IN 10. A meelliig of Ihu citizens of Alliury was hold In Day's llullillngn hist even Ing, for the purposa ot arranging for a prmumlatlon lo (ho ei-councIl clerk, Mr, 1 'u hie. Thurn wan a good and ro pi'eiientaiive utieiiiiaueu 01 ex-niiiyoi-M ami promlneiil biislnens men,' Mr, D. S, Wn I Him occupied the oliitlr, und, an convenor of thu mcnllng, slated his I'ciisoun for doing no, Alice a nhorl lllsellnslou, It. wan decided., dial a . . iioniplliuenlary noelal be teiideied In Mr. J'alue, ami Ihal the price ot lie keln bo lived at U/tl in order to allow the citizens lo nllcnil. Thn eK-mut'oni picseut niu'ccd lo meet, the dellell, If any, In iiunuootloii with the gathering. iMeiisrs, Waiigh, Itlll. ion, and Ihn ehalr iiiitn, were apiiiilnlcil a nulienniiull ten lo iiiraime all details, and It wan riUM'gcnlod that Ihu noelal be held on Tliiirnday week, It iioniillile. All pro iinul fin Jiii'il llienisnlvi'ii Into a coin milieu, and Mr. Allied; was appointed him, iicci...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEWIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 21 November 1903

IMPORTANT TO IIOUSKWIVES. .Iliiiisuwlvos ale keen Judges ot value, and ut linn's like thu prcncnl when their purehnnlng power In uui'lnllod t liny aru quick lu nnccrliihiliig whom (hey can gel the monl, lor I hell' money ?--hence Males' Grocery lleparlmoul him been thronged ilui'lng the past fow dayn. Wo would strongly advise those of our readerii who have not, already 1I01111 no to seoiiro somo ol (Im bargaliui without delay.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TELEGRAMS. INTER-STATE. MELBOURNE, Friday. SOCIAL FUNCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 21 November 1903

TELEGRAMS. 1NTI5K-STATE. MELBOURNE, Kriilny. .SOCIAL FUNCTIONS. The ncwly-appomtcd Moderator of lliu PrcHbylcriun Clnirch mill Mru. Dn viilmjn |)»iil nil imoflioiul viHit to Lord nml Lu-\y Tcunyjioii at the. Eederal Go vernment, House, thin morniuir. Thiu iiftornoon the judjj.'H »( llui High Court and Mr. .lenkiii', J'miiicr of South Australia, luiu-hcd with thoGo vi.rnor-Gene.nil tnul Lady Tennyson at Government IloUtlU.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YESTERDAY'S FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 21 November 1903

VICSTERDAY'S li'UNIORAL, Tho fnreral ot Ml-m Del, ijaokiion, daughter of Mr, Win, Jackson, of Ollvo-streel, look plane at thn Al bury Coiuolcry yiwlerday afternoon. The eorlog',1 wan a long one, Icslltylug lo (ho deep sympathy full, for Ihn pa roulit and family In (heir horravcmenl. Tho mumbers of Minn .laelmon'n Sun day sohoi'l elans marched lu front of llio lifnmc, and at Ihn gravu niing, ' Noarer, Aly God,' a favourite hymn of (heir deiHiniKid nehdol tellow, Servl iii'S wero o'oiidiiotud al llio house and m-avo-sldo liv (ho Congregational min ister, Itov, A, Rlvull,

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATKINSON v. ATKINSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 21 November 1903

ATKINSON v. ATKINSON.           Before Mr. .Justice Hodges in the Divorce Court to-day, Kate Roberts Atkinson, of Bendigo, petitioned for a divorce from her husband, John Tur ner Atkinson, photographer, on the grounds of desertion, and repeated acts of adultery. The parties were married on May 2, 1881, by a Methodist minister, at „ Ballarat. There are two children now , living. Petitioner's counsel (Mr. Woolf) in     opening her case, said that petitioner as a husband was a failure from start, to finish. Petitioner had received , 2 pound per week from her husband up to 1885, but had not received a threepence since. It would be proved that re spondent was at present living at Canterbury with another woman.   Petitioner said that her mother started respondent as a photographer at Beechworth, giving him in all , 150 pounds to assist, the business. Continuing wit ness said that, while...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PREMIER'S RETIREMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 23 November 1903

! th« I'luiMmu'B juajnaifttBMfi Iluforu thin ruHohoH you Mr. Irvino will hnvo (llHOUHHiid wltli IiIh collparfiieii i tho (iiiuHllon of hiu rotlrumont. I hopo Atn'hn ablii lo wlro votl tlmt ho 1u\h do loldod to Htny on, At llm biuiio tlmn, I 'nm HHHtinid by a couplo of inuniburii in h\n cmilldt'iion that It is not. likely ho will do ho, Thoy mtiHt, indood, bo vary poworful hwhoiih that will lndtiuo Mi'i Irvino to iitand --ut nffalimt tho Sront public mill prlvnto preHtiuro that i biilng brought to hoar on him. Jf It woi'o n e|ucHllon of mouoy, und a low '?''niiimndH wort) wimU'il tlu'y could Im 1 ?tlVilcltly rnUnd. Hut It Ih not, Only miimlmni of thu parly wi-ru admlttoil to tliu titi'dllnif liuld at I'lirlluim-iit Houiiii oil W'utllliiHtinyi I am nmiiiriul, howiivm1, Ililil tho uniiuI cold reiiorvo of tlio i'ri'liilui' wail greatly brokon down, thn doplhil of lilM hnluro Hllrrod by tho kindly Ililngil Hiild about him. Homo pnoplo complain ' that Ihcro In 'too tmioh of .tliii lululo'...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HEALTH OF MR. SHIELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 23 November 1903

T1IM 1IICALTH OV MU. HIUKf.S. WrllliiH1 of Ml1. HIiIoIh rnmliulii inn (hnl tltn hnullh of that honoiirnblo yon. lliinnn 'Iiiim lini'ii nnvlhliiR but uood lnlolv. I int'l him uoliiir to tho llniinii on TliurHilny, and hn wan wnlliin({ nlowlv and with tho ^realenl dlllloultv, Mr, HIiIiOh han liuon huITitIiik (.'really from IiIh hnnrl— HioiikIi tlio Kaboiir pni'ly onoii mild In uonnrallim with tho Old-A(|o I'uiihIoiih Ant. tlmt ho had nono-nud IIihIh wiiIIiIiik oxtromoly painful at llmiui. Thu only oximoIho hn nan tako with iiafoty or any plnaHiiro, liu t oil M mo, Ih hoi'Ho-i'ldlnp, in whK'h ho IihIuIki'ii ovnry lino momlnij, If apponr niuii'H go for anything, f Hliould not bo imrprlttod uny day to Inmi' thnl thu Mlnhitiu' of Itallwnyii found It neoon imrY' to . I'ollfo fi'oni pulilla lift*.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORE ABOUT MR. TRENWITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 23 November 1903

WORK AIH'IUT Mlt. TUKNW1T11. It lm« lo l)i- rememliiired lor onn thiiift thnl Mr. Trenwilh wn.i onO of tho lirHt I'Vdoriil rnmpaiKnei'H. lie loch tx prominent, pint in llm ''ouvmr.ion proeeediiirjti, nnd ''' W'H l'»'«''-d ''' nrt » certain r.nudidnto for ii sent )u thu llrHt Parliament. Minintcrial raspoaiii bllitiett, however, preeluded hm olTmliift himnelf. All thu -mme hiu nimpiil(fnini[ elTorlfi Hindu him known to Ihu whole Htate. Hence hi) will not lmvo lo do no mileli personal ennvnuuinfr. Wiml xort of ti .Seimtor would ho miike '/ Very (food, 'I hIioiiIiI think. For one thinjr ho in it labour candidate in tho brat iioiiho of tho world. V ii'f.n of iitronp, independent thought and nc lion, nnil \nider no Trudert' Hull nluiok len. You will remember (hat when roil tnitinir Rielintond on the hint election, ho declined to ijivo tho Trndeu' Hull peoplo nny pled^cx of what ho would or would not do. A nlronf* effort whh mndo to uirsonl him, but it failed din innlly. In most of tho li...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ELECTION MEETINGS EVERY WHERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 23 November 1903

KLICCTJON MIWTINUH EVHRY WIIWRK. All tlio JionrdliiRH In city und suburb bear nnnouncementH in iintnonso block typo of mwitliiRH to bo hold. 15vwy iwhoro too, thorn aro much blllnd com mlllco rooms, wliilo ncenlfi of tho vnrlowi (tnnclUintOR kirap tho knookorH Biul IioIIb of privufu ImtMiH fifoing viooroUHly. At tlio jiroHcnt rntu thoro .wMl lio moro oxcltcinoiil u wook boforo tho '.olnoUoiiH than liun lioon known for miiny ii ym\r pant. 'Hard at it, Sir OporRP,' I remarked to tho Kiuloml Tri'ivmuvr, whom I mol in (lolliiiH-nlreot ft day or two Hinco. 'You bol,' whh tho, olu'i'fy reply, 'My peoplo toll mo I'm ft certainly, but I'm mil [,'ohiff lo leavu nuythliif( to chance. Deakiu tollH mo our hIiIo 1h roIii^ to win I'DHlly, b^-ho'ii luich, i\n-optiiulHllo1b'ft- gnr, O'oocf-byo, I Iiiivii In neot iinnin n.' my p/'aiinlltoo at 7 o'nlnuk ; go to n HiKi^lto night at 8 ; then iiliirt to pull up my uopnrlnientnl work, and at it n«nin nt 0 In tho mornlnjf.' And o(T tlui ohoory TriMHtirnr ...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIS ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 23 November 1903

THIC ENGLISH MAIL. ? Tho l'eninsular nnd Oriental Com pany's U.M.S. China, with .English (lies and letters to October 23, arrived ul Adoluidu 'yesterday. Hit mulls for tho Eastern Slates wcro sent ovurlund by special (ruin, und thu Albury por tion will bo uvuilnblo for delivery to morrow morning, . '

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 23 November 1903

If yon Illto IIiIh tni|iy (if 'Tlio Iliii'ilm1 Mdi'nliil! Mall' you (him (lit tin u I'niiil liii'ii liy hIkiwImiI II In ydiii' ii'liindii, mill' nictuiinioMillii)! tlumi In linmiiiin MiiliMiirlliorfi. Will you Idiully do IIiIm I' Now In Iho tlmolo (|ol HiiliNiirllini'H, Wo OiinuoL Imvo Inn iniiiiy (if Iliom. Mnlin liiiNlnnnn for hh nnd wo will inaKo IhihImonm for you.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Sunday. DEPARTURE OF THE STATE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 23 November 1903

VICTORIA. MELBOUKNE, Sunday. DEl'AKTUHE OF THE STATE GOVERNOIt, Tho Stale Governor, Sir Cicorgu Sydcnlium Clarke, will (uku his , (lu piirturo from Melbourne on. Tuesday for Enirlund by the H.M.S. Orontos,' which is timed lo leave tho Port Mel bourne railway pier ut luilf-paat ' 1 o'clock, His Excellency will bo , ac companied by an escort of the Mel bourne Cavalry.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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