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GERMANTON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
GEIIMANTON. (From. Our O.wn.CoiTugpomloiil.) ' Monday,'' llm wenllior coiiIiiiiipm warm nud I IiIh Ihih had Ihu elTeut of ripening grass, and bringing cropu forward, Ifay-makiiig is fairly well through, OatH are being out for grain., and U will not be long eru the hum ol tho stripper in hoard, No doubt, oropo look well, I had a trip through lo Clurogury on Saturday, and liner field.-* of wheat, I have nuvor Keen, Cuter pIllai'H ara about, but I don't 1.lnnk any hui'Iouh damage has boiin tlono, I'ire Ih Ihu more dreaded enemy, (liu gvnHH bolng so high mid golfing ipiilo dry in parts of (lie dlslriul. Sliould an outbreak taka'placo thu loss would bo moHl serluus, Slieiirliiff ; In now nearly over. All nnudayiii Ihih 'eill o.itl,!'. nnd Kin rusii' and 'Yarra Yarra' hIiouUI Hit Ish by thu end of tho wuelc II Mi.o weather provalls, Hlr William l,yim's ..meullng wns well attended, no fresh ground being broken, Mr, John Hohh oociipled tho ehalr, A votu ol eoiilldniieu wan dm olared cnrrlod...
DAIRY NOTES. FARMERS SHOULD DELIVER THEIR CREAM DAILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
DAIRY NOTI.W, mum huh Himui.n dkuvish ., TIIKIR OHMAill IMl IX Wn o.xtraul llm following cnmnmiitn by llm Oovwiiinuiil Dairy IC.vpei'l, (in luiinii'tiinl nolleo lo Iho dairy liuiuer to dollver IiIh ei'iinm dully, iukI Insist, oiv IiIh factory' llrnl lining u uo-omimllvu lautory, mid then Hlrlully grading nil uronm. * 'Tlm Dairy Mill linloro I'livllunieiil has uyil with obJnelloiiH from two or three miureoii, \'l/.,, from Ihu export itinrciimitH, who foui' (lutl (ho grading mid briunlliip; of butter, nin'omlug to gi'iidn, would nimble tlm Kitgilsh pur eliiiHiir lo buy iIIitdI from Ihn fiiutorloM, iih Ih now lining ilonn In Nnw //I'lihuid, Tlm iniiM who gold IiIh ooitiiulstilou for niillug iih a morn forwarding ni(nnl,t, an (Iooh llm itguul iiullug mi iioimlgumiiul, oifly, ' undoubtedly olijenlH lo anyonii or nnytlilng wlilcli would In any way Jonpni'dlsii I lint 'llimanmil liuu'enieut,' Tlm other mini who obJi'iilH lo' Dm hill In trim dairy farmer, who ilium not wldli In liiivn IiIh ...
CHILTERN. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
CHILT.EWN. From Our Own CorrrBpoiidenl, Monday. -.To-morrow ('1'uefM.lay) night at (hn IiiilZ-venrh- iiivcling oi' ih« local branch of thoA.N.A., the «nv. A. K. Jlarvey will deliver an address on ' Mildurn, J'liit and l'resenl,' A bumper atten dance ot mrmhu-H and otliers is ex pected, -ei it will probably bo hin hud addreHK to our branch, Ilia iduy 'in Chiltern being limited to u month or no. The. rev. gentleman's unfailing courtesy to tlm branch and hin anility ivk u speaker, have made him verv popu lar. Ladies me ]iarticularly invited as well as tlm public generally. Tlm ImsineKM -if elect ion of olliccr.s will pn. ceile the lecture. The manager of Ihu Golden Knr (Mr. Croueher) Iiiik received instruct ion.'i to didinisi) nil I lin iraprK men, which l«i accordingly did on Saturday. Con tractors are to start toilay. .'llm third O'Meara, arrested in con nection with lln.' alleged hort.ci stealing case, was brought before tho Court to day, and remanded until Friday, when it in expect...
chiltern AND INDIGO BRANCH, A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
CH1LTEHN AND 1NDICS0. UKAN01T, A.M.A. '- ho fortnightly meeting of tho above N'ns held at Mr! Googohnn's Shamrock Hotel, lluthurglcn, on Saturday' oven ing, November 21. Tho president, Mr. Howes wus In iho chair. 'ho following accidenl accounts wore iniDinitted nnd paKsed for payment :— F, M. Cooko, ,C2 j ,n,l Kennedy, £1; J. Toohoy, 4iJ/10/ j' A, Anderson, £1 ; Wm. EdwnrdH, 10/S ; J. ' Mattnaoni, 13/4. ?„ Tho iixcoutivo oflicor,' III1.- Howes, dtUiiil that at thn .Hxeoutivu CJouncil meeting at Ballnrnt, a levy of 3d, wna a I ruck per week oncuoh mumbor In support of the Mount J'Vroll (Tasma nia) members. Tlm atrlko was tho outcome of . ti' roduction of wngos to tho extent of ono shilling poi- day. Tha cost of living was so high, that it would bo Impossible for tho minors to sustain a loss of O^'por week wlth oul Hucrl/lcinp; Iho ordinary necessaries of life, and as the property wan a good paying ooncern, thuru was no justifloa lion for such action, . Tho legul opinion of Dr. Quick,...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Monday. THE DEPARTING GOVERNOR. HIS LAST EXECUTIVE ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
VICTOBIA. MELB0U11NI5, Monday. '(?; .,THW DBlWimNO ' GOVISBNOB. ' -i-4;-n'i ,',511 ? :-?' ? if.vl' ;,-,. ms* last, ^xisou/nvio acts. IIIh ' Exoollcncy tlio Governor, Hir Goorgu Svdonham Clarke, who , will lonvo for JOngland hi tho ll.M.H Oroil-. ten, to-morrow nftoinoon, .pel formed lijo lust executive uclo to-day. ,
COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
COMING' EVENTS.'1 Coming iivonlu Tlioli' hIuuIown uual On wlint'H boloi-n— Not on whul'N limit. And muuh lh-i rnuiui, , 'I'ho ntlH you voiur Aro Iih'ii lo-dny i To. illl your ii««d. Nov, 21,-Al|jui'y Voi'lnlghtly Mui'kul. Nov. 24, -Annual MeolluB ol Albury .luHliuuN lo uomildoi1 nppllonlloiiH lor Auullimwii'M1 Muokmom. Nov.. 21,-OormanlonLuiid Hoard. Nov, !W.— Gwriitnnloii TjuiiI Uonnl. Nov. fflB.— CiniKrOK«llonnl Olmi'elt, Halo 'ol (UltH uud UoiiiputllloiiH. Nov, a7.~YounRhUHl»in(l. Itow nnd 00,, Propflutury, Utl, Wool flnlo, Nov, !i7i~W, H. Noi'innu nnd CJo'iT ? Wool Bulu, ? lloo. a.-Annuul Ooimoi'l, dnlhollo : I'l'liuiuy Huhocii PupllH. Duo. ?a.^Wadoiifttt Iloi-Ho Snln. Duo, a.— Tun Mllo OrooU (atu'innntou), Unuu Meiilluu;. . .- ? Duo, g,-tyodonffii Counoll niltl,,;Vntor Ti'tml. ' ? Deo a.— Cotivt ol HuvIhIou ol Jury UhI, Albiuy, II u,m, lino, a,-Wmloii|(a Clotmly Coui'l. hmt. i.i ? Alimi'v lloiinltul Mooting. Ummlni'H ol IHtth Hohool l'upljd, Dou. lnt-Anminl lfa\t. „ Sti-- Itiiw...
AN AWFUL LEAP. OVER TER SOUTH HEAD CLIFF. VERDICT OF SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
:'/vAN,,AM'l''UL'L15AP' 1J* t. * lit . r oyiaii th» 'atiiwii jima'd clii^. ' ;\ V.VtalDlCT Ol', HU1CIDJ0, All inqtioHt wiui held lo-duy on Iho body ol Joseph Kynh, aged ill years, a resident of Cumberland-Hi root, who caused, a sensation at the (jai-, Holilh TTnnd. on Saturday, bv iumpiiiL' over Hid cliff to the rocltH below, u dlstunee of 'lfiOlt. The evidence showed that tho deceased wuh fearfully injuied, nl most oveiy bone in his body having boon In oken, and death must have boon iiiHtautunoous, (iTho jury returned n verdict of suicldu. '
"A PRODIGAL STATE." [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
'A IMtODKiAL WTATM.' Undi-r tlie above licailin(; in Inut Snt nrdny'.'i isisnti of u Sydcny inoniintj i-onteniporary. n eom-iipondiiul, Hijrn i.i),' hiniHt-lf 'Jlcnry Fletcher,' dirc(.-l« attention to tin' near up|)ronch ol tno Federal und New Soutl. \Vulen State iilecliontJ, and tlio Heeondary (juefltionn which are put befuro elector, n\ieh uti tlm relijiion of eandidat™ (orunfjo or groan), the capital Hit-', tli(^ tarilV in btic, etc, wheieuH tin- uul (,'ieat cpii-c tion, that of economic: reform— upon which hingeii the whole lulnrn pros, iwritv nnd stability of Australia- is wait ing f'1' speedy ''«! piompt con Nidui'ullon. Tho corri-Hpondenl «-1- IuiJch, of courso, to tho lieedle.s.s mud dled public fbmnccH that in nil tho Stute.s, nnd more pnrtieulnrly in tho mother Slate, iB bringing Australian public buHinuHB methods into deserved dlHcradlt i and which iiuibI, ho de clares, if not soon chunked, bring more than dUerodit on tho, whole country. 'It is a truism to say,' he whiten...
THE FEDERAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
Tilli KISDHKATi BOLLS. lliHupprohennion oxlhtH ub to tho luHt day for beinft pluccd on tho roll. I'ho Hco'lion of the Act plainly notB iorth thnl nnincH can bo received only up Lo'lho ItiHua of tho- ?wrif» for tho 1 oloo tloiiH, JJotwiion thirty nnd forty np plloutlonu worn nindo with Dr. deliver Woods, rolurning oillcor, In , Albury vodlarduy.' Tlumo ho acooplod,! but inndo it plain that if tho writs iworo iHBiied on llondoy tho now nnmc» would be too Into to bo Included in the roll. IV, Woods' opinion wns that tho intoBl tlmo for rocciying npplientioiiH (bIioukI tlio writs bo liiHiiod, as unnoiiiiccd, on Monday)' wiw Huiulay night. However, nil IIioho upplientloiiH mndo would be Mont down1 lo Sydney, and tho doctor Hnid lio would uho hia best ondeaVourH lo huvo tho names pluced upon tlio roll. A reference lo our telegraphic columns will hIiow that the writn for tlio. Voderul, elections wore iHmied .on Jlonduy, , , ? , ,- ; ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
-wrOUNfiHUSBANI), liOW ami CO. 1 PKOL-KIKTAUY, Uil, unnmmce their forthcoming AUCTION SAU'.h, for which fill rie.s lire now being rec.oiv ed Stock Htili- Albury Yi.uds -TiicmIu-, November L'l. Stock Kale, Wodongu Yurd-:-Tue.-.duy, December 1. Bales of Wool, Sheepskins, 'lido* , Tal low ImutoI Kkins, etc., Albury, December 1. - Wool Snli-H, I'Viduy. December -1. TiillaiiRTiltu Jlurkel-Huturduy, De cember 5. Pure Crystal ice in ANY QUANTITY, Delivered nnywhoio in town til S11OHT10ST KOTIUK Jh-om Tina Date IV The Albury Co-operative Butter Factory ami Produce Company, Limited. McGEE'S NEW BREWERY ALBURY. .** ' Produces beat P H 1 54 13 . A L'K ' l'roo from nil Chemiculs. ' -, '. -mUNK NO' OTHER. , ' ?, ': Froali YuobI nlwiiys on hand. ORBMUS FOB 'Tho Morning Mall' May bu left wllli P. W. Biake HOOK BAZAAll. , . ' Denn-sUeol. , '/ Whoro llioy will recelvo prompt ' null carotid nttontlon. 'A spooittl onrly dollvery will bo effected. ;? . P. W. HLAKB. Robert Aikins, Public Accountant ami ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
AStary IHtoteL Cfias. Prince (Luto of PRINCE'S HOTEL, Mutltc Street, Sydney. Begs to uimounco tlmt ho liaii com plotod the exlfiujivi) nHerntionn to tin abovcimmed hotel, which hns been KEN0VATK1) TIIKOUG IIOUT, Grcully adding to the comfort tint convoniuiiL'u of gucalH. No expense hoi been spared to bring tliu nccomraoda (ion (o nn up-to-dulo, finjl-chmn utun dnrd. THE HAH lwm brai entirely rccon utruotcd ami refilled on tho most mo dum linen. Nothing but tho beat brimda o WINES, SPIRITS, UQUKUHS, etc. will bn kepi on tho promiunii, nml tin TABLKS WILL lU'i hnniishcd witl everything of tho bout procurable. GLOBE HOTEL, dean HTiimtT, alhuhy. Mrs. M. A. Darby, Pi'0|ir]cti'oss. MUST CLASS ACCOMMODATION, Beat IUuikIh of Wineti, Spirits, oto. Only Kept in Stock. LAKCiE SAMPLE HOOMS. CABS MEET ALL TJTIO TltAINS. Telephone, No. (iO. CLUB HOTEL AUHHIY. Percy Art hu r Burt ruorniKTon. Dent Acconunodnlion for FumilieB and Visitors. ONLY BEST BItANUS OF LIQUORS . , KEPT. ' -.', .not and com) ...