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THE SAVING OF KARL REICHENBERG. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
THE SAVING OF KARL REiCHENBEIIG. By ARTHUR !-A(iR Tim Klreotn ??[ Kuvillu v.-i-ro almost deserted ; hero anil thorn a military human lioing hurrii'il uh taut n» the. ticat would allow, to hi» home, lor t]i.- uullry air of the evening yuvo warn ing ill tin1. approach of a nlonii. Only Dr. Karl RciclKinlwre felt noither the loiieliiic!,a of the Hlrootii, nor thn huuh before tin; leinport ; hiw wild oye,i gleamed with excitement, and hill (itqui worn now hurried, now slow niid uncertain. 8cieneo, in In her children iih tlm npplo of their eye, and they piiiwio her even when the hiden iiorm'H and linfllos their limi; riwm-ohon. Hut (icienco hn» Jier rew/uilu also, and J)r. Karl had i.eon a profit reality KrowiiiR out of lh« deep obscurity in which li. had groped ho Ion;'. lie., who hail toiled through Mirpli'iiH niphlii, limn ing thn nndna;[it oil, earning from his neighbonra Hid muiiii of wizard, had triumphed at lual. ; he had iimdo « Ldorioim dineovery, and had noon the Unwell. Wheref...
AMUSING SCHOOLBOY MISTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
iVMUSJNQ S01I00LI10Y MISTAKMg. Minn A, 0, Graham, ol Anorloy, has rocoivod a prlmo from tho University ' Oorren|)ondont'for tho bunt collec tion ol Hohuolboy 'mlHtnkou,' nud they aro printed in that norlodlaal, Among HolouUid iipoolnionn from MImu Oralutm and otliors, given' by our con temporary, are the followlii£;— IMvin- Ity.— 'Kiinu wan a 'man who wrote fabloH anil who sold thu copyright to 'a' publisher for a bottle of potash,' — lO.vnlnlti tlio differenced Ijotwoon tlio rollglouti vlowii of the iluwii nnd Snm- nrltans,— 'Tho Jowh bol loved In thn .iiynngnguu and had their Sunday on n .Hnliit'iluy ) but thu iSainnrltmiH bo lluvud lit thu Oliuroh ol England and worshipped in groves ol oak ) there fore tlin iTuwm nnd no dunllngii with Iho HamnrllmiH.' Knglluh Hliilory,— ' Wonloy wan (ho fouiulor ol tho Wen loyau (Jlmpiil, who wan afterwards ual led Lord Wolllngton ; a lnonument wuh oriial.iitl to hint In Hyde Park, but II lias Ijiiiiii 'talcon down lately,' — Who wiih .Henry 111,...
ALLEGED CRUELTY. A REMARKABLE CASE AT WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
v ALLOT f- CniJELTY. A ItJOTANKADLK CAS JO AT M'ANCiA ' ]1ATTA. A WniiRitruKu wire to llio ?' Afgua ' on Sulurdny reportH i— A oaou' of nl legcd griiHB onielly (o ix boy whh brought, before Mr. J\ W. \\. Boiivon, l'.M,, nnd n benoli of iilnfflalniti.'H, ul Mlluwu Court of l'tilly BuhbIoiih yen-. lunlny. a young inrnii'r nniiieu jio borl C'olemnn, n well-known realdenl of Ilia Oxley dlBlrlot, wim charged with liillliillng (jrlovoiiH bodily linrm on itoy llonnlim, mi orphan boy, about III veai'B ol nge, who wn« In IiIh employ or Nomu montliH during hint year, and Ih now eliijnged on another farm in (hu dlHlrlul. UonnliiK gnvo evidence lo (lie cHeel Ihnti on many imii'usIoiim he whh iieveio ly iliritHlinil by (.Oleninn, who generally lined a Htouhwhlp Iliul diew blood from llu bilult. On one occaHlou ho wuh Ili'livllv Hlniclt with (he loaded end of (ho whip, and In more than one lu Hlnnce ho whh compelled, mi a nieaiiH of ptllilHlinienl, lo extend IiIh anmi n( full lenijlli and hold iu...
PRESBYTERIAN ANNIVERSARY CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
PRESBYTFiKIAN ANNIVEK SAHY CONCERT. A grand annivcinury concert, in con nection with the Albury I'renbyteriaii Church was held in (ho nchoolroom laril night, when a Dplendid progrnnune of inimical items, including gleen and -|iiariou(!M, was Hiiiimitti.'il. me at tendance was: only moderate, but (hone who patronised thci coikmtI, fully ap preciated Die iteniH, and wo add, for tho information or (hone who xtayed away, that, they minued a lirBl-cl'uuH niUHical evening. The gli'ew, under the conductoinhi)) of Mr. T. H. Lnng, were Hpceially well rendered, an also were (he quartettes. One of the chief fea tures of the programme wan a duct' by Mqbhi'h. W, MMCacIiern and A. L, Kerricr, the blending of bnnH and tenor voice.') being good, and the win gora received wcll-inerilcd npplaiiMe. Mr. IIorHfield made lliu fli-Ht appear ance on an Albury platform, and hin well-trained voice mcl with mich ap proval, that he wan accorded a hearty cnoore. The whole of the ileiiiH on tlio programme were w...
RELIGIOUS ORDERS IN FRANCE. FURTHER TYRANNY OF COMBES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
KICUOIOUS OMD1CIIS IN irMANCK. .l-HJMTHKTt TVKANNY OF COMBKS. Tho l.'rench Senate, despite M. lioiiKscau's opposition, voted for the Oovernment.'H amendment in connect ion with tho Education Bill. The amendment excluded all Heligi ohm Orders from any participation in education. The wiling was 117 lo KHi. , (A cable ,|a(ed Novemlier 13, reporl ed that M. Combes, the J'Vcnch )-re- inic)\ announced in I he Senate Hint a bill would be introduced which would prohibit, (he MeligioiiK Ordern from en gaging in primary, Nccondnry, or high education. The annoimcemeat. of M. (loinlH's was Hniil lo have cnmird a great MiiiiHalion.
DECREASE OF ENGLISH AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS. ACREAGE UNDER CROP DIMINISHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
DECREASE Ol'1 KNGLISH AtiRlCUL . TURAL LAHOURERS, ACREAGE UNDER OROf DIMINISH ING. MV. ttreon, (ho scciolniy ol the , ltllinl Lnljouioui' League, of Oieal Britain, In u loiter to the ' Times,' , itnti'H dial (he nuinbel of fnunoitnnd Aailuulluinl laboineiH in lOiitflnnd and 'WnloH Ihih dmcaMid fiom l,(i70,0UH in 1851 lo U8!,(Ki;i in 1 'JO I ; whilst (lie Wheat acreage ha.'i decreased from 3,aB0,8l)O acri'it in ISIili lo l,MI,t-87 in 100:1. If Mr, Chamberlain's proposals are iidopled, continue! Mr, (lieen, it would not rntmn Hint theto would Iw loiiu rural employmenl. Mr. lireen has recently addressed i!0 village inert hign in all I he Liberal con HtiUuMum-h in Hivilein England, and hIiiIiih that at nil but. throe of tlio mi'(illng'), THr. Chnmbcrlnin'H proposals were carried with acelaiuation.
CANADIAN MANUFACTURING ASSOCIATION. SUPPORTS MR. CHAMBERLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
CANADIAN MANUFA0TUR1NQ AS SOCIATION, SUPPORTS MH. CHAMBERLAIN. 1 Mr, Drummoud, ]-ru»l-l('iil- of the Cn nudian Manufacturers' Association, linn fdrwurdod tho following mosiHngo to Mr. Chamberlain :—'Wu favour a. gen oraTlurlll' approximalo to thut of tho United Stales; alHO reciprocal trndo ''?within (hu Umpire, with preference to tho motherland, In order to muko existing prefereneu of reul value, the bund of Canada's! tariff must lie mixed, with the view of transferring to the motherland many orders (hut nru now going lo America and Germany ; but n iniiiimum InrilT must afford Ontia (Ilim pioduceiH the means lo have pio tcclioii,'
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, MONDAY. LARGEST LINER LAUGHED. TWENTY-THREE THOUSAND TONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
CABLEGRAMS. (I'KIt MlilUTER.) LONDON, Monday. LAHGUST LINJ5H LAUNCHUI) TWUNTY.'J'llIUilC THOUSAND TONS. The. B.H. Baltic him been lainiched ul Messrs. Harlund and WoIIF'h dock at ISrlfuNl., Tho new K(i-amnhip in the largw.1, lini.r yet built, and wum oon iitrucled for Jieswro Jsmnv, linriu and f .!(-., of the White Star line, The Bal tic, in 72(if(. long, Ihih a grouH (onnagu of 23,000 tonn, and will be ublo to steam 17 knots per hour.
HOLOCAUST OF ITALIAN NAVVIES. THIRTY-FIVE BODIES COVERED WITH MELTED GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
110L0UAUHT 01? ITALIAN NAVVJIW 'JLMI1 UTY'I'MV 10 ' HOI)! 138 , OOVI0IU0I) WITH MI5LTI3I) (IOIiH, A funi'ful dlnmiler Ih reporled fi'tnn Altoiin, , , , , Tim Mliiiiplng Hlianly uui'.upli'd by a munlinr. uf 1 1 t\t tivitu, wl\n woiv «mpl«y (id on I hu I'euiiHylvannla Hallway, and ' l)\i 1| I. of light; Inflamiuable tlmbnr, (laiiffhl on lift'. A number of the civ iilinaulM were Htlirnenleil anil lilirnl. , II appeai'H llmlr a ovoi'hrulod Hlov.i ' WtM (hi) 'I'lHimi of I he eoullngrullon, ' Wi'n'i'.iii'oved no dltiiiHlfciiiH, Wlii'll (lie IninnlKM found that Ihelr ]mi \vi\h im lire Iranlle ertorUi were mitdc In i'»i'H|n-, but (here wum only (illii ilmir III Hie iihnnly, nm| In the Hll'liliuli' lo Iliilu lliu open lilr, many d( III** iiu'll wine Injured, mill ovcutti , ally niieeiimluiil In Ihu milolie and Home of -'' Hi*l-aii» nwmliM'eil the lilllKllIU I''1 ? l|'avoiir||,|r |,, ????.?i---mt I hull' lmrtl i'iti'M'V'1 lmnrillii,,!,, TlilflV-llv l«»»l!' llMV' Imi'ii recover ,,,|, m,,i,v u(...
APPROACHING AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
AI'I'ltOAOIIINd AUUTION KAIiKiS, MoHiini. Dims, L. (Irlllllh mill Co, will noil al. Iho Allmry fortnightly market, on Tuoiidny, No\'omber Ul, \W hui.d of fat onttlo i Hll head nloro oulllo | :i,(IO() fnt nnd iiloro iiheop i (M 'Hoon- olio'-brod U (oolh rnnm ) '10 pure Lin coln rnmii I ami lfi pure Uliropshlro riiniii. Moshi'h. (Ihiin. L, (Irlllllh and (!o. will noil ul Iho Albury Mnrkol. on Tuesday, IMlh November, I'JO hlgh-eliimi Lincoln and Hlinipshlrn rams, all In nood con (111 Ion. Mchsi's. dims. L. (Irlllllh and do., will noil nl (liiiidiigni on l''rl(lay, No vnmbnr U7, ul noon. 'IOO.il and 'I year old bullocks, all in prime condlllon, Those eutllo aro lor t ? nerved mile, Messrs, dims. 1 1. flrllUI. ami do,, III ooujunolliiii will. Messrs Adanison, Slrolllo and do., am lo hold Iholr imxl great hornn sale at WiiiIiiu|[U oil ? DiMnliilier Li mid II. Mi'ssrs. d. L. (Irlllllh ami do. Iiuvii for null, n bhii'li of hind al the coruni' of Klnwu and Mmollcllslreels, Albury, un which I...
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEWIVES [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
IMl'OUTANT -'.i;p HOUSI0W1VKH. Hotmowlves nro keen judges ol value, nnd ul tlnii'H Him Iho proHonl when lliolr ]iurohanlng power In ouilallod limy nro (pilule In iiiicerlnlnluK where limy cnil got Iho most, for Iholr inoiioy — hoiieo Mnleii' Grocery Department Iiuh boon thronged durlnif the past low (inyii, Wo would iilroi.gly advhio (hose of our readers who huvo not already dono so lo snoiiro soinu of Iho btirgalnii without dolity.
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Monday. FISCAL CHAMPAIGN. MR. CHAMBERLAIN. ENTERTAINMENT AT CARDIFF. ADDRESS AT NEWPORT. TO 3000 WORKERS [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
CABLEGRAMS. (PER R13UTER.) LONDON, Monday. FISCAL CAMPAIGN. MR. C1IAMWCRLA1N. ..?.??' ENTERTAIN HI) AT OAROII'T. ; ADDRESS AT NEWPORT. i ?';., ' to aooifwoRKERS. ?,/;? Mr. Chamberlain wuh entertained al, -';'-- lunolicon nl Cardiff. . SulMwiurally lie. uddrcsKed 3000 wor kers at Newport, diirinf; which he cim ???' trusted Mr. i\. If. Ammitli'H optimism .with Sir Henry Cuinpliell-linnneriiinn'H quotation tlinl' one-third (lie people of Groat Dridiin were on I lie ver|-e ul hunger. lie said that liis own ideal wuh (nil employment, nt fair wages lor bv-!1-v indiisli'ioiiH man. ' HpeoTuiifJ ol the t'olonii'M, uh nnectoil by this motherland, Mr. I'linirljerli.in uaitl, not u day paused without h« re ceived hitlers from Colonial KtnleMii'ii ' Mid otliei'B, including (hose, connected with maiiiimetiirer.s' associations! in Australia, nstKuring liim of reciprocal smpporl, , A resolution, expreHdinu; high npprc oiutlon ol Mr. Ohnmberlnin'H services) mid thnnlin for Iiih upocch, wuh curried n...
TELEGRAMS. INTER-STATE. MELBOURNE, Monday. VICTORIA. SURPLUS REVENUE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
TELEGRAMS ' IN'i'fJU-KTA'i'JS. MKLBOUItNE, Mondny. VIOTOltlA. SUHPLUS IiKVJSNUlC BILL. Thu SurpliiH Heveaiie Bill, introduced in tho AHHcmbly by Mr. Jrvinu, is in tended to (jivo ell'cia to thu proposal in the Budgol tipeccli to briiif; forward to the Bervice of tlio iiresenl yi.'uv mo uur|ilus of .-Cl (11,000 carried forward from l(H)2-;i. Tlio principal clnuso iH us follows ;-' NolwilliBlundiiiB any tiling contained in thu Trust Fund Act ]B!)7, tho c.vcww of receipts in uccoiiat of the. consolidnted revvniio, our cx pcndilurc out. of tfw coimolidated ro veiiuo of tho year ended on the thir teenth day of .June, om. thousand nino hundred and three, shall bo, nnd tho same in hereby applied t«. tho Bcrvico of thu iinancial jear ending on tho thirteenth day of Juno, one thousand nine hundred and four.
MUNICIPAL ENDOWMENT REDUCTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
MUNICIPAL' lONDOWM'IONT KISDUU TION BILL, TIiIh nioiuuiro, whloh him boon In IKidliowl by Iho 'Minister ol i'lilillu WnrliH, llxoii Iho mnoniit of tho mibulily lor muuliilpiilKlcM fur ll.lii /liiaiioliil vonr ul .Cno.OOO. Thin Ih Urn iinmo niuouiil nn Ihul which wan paid IiihI. vonr, though It I' only hall llio mill! iiel iihIiIo In IHlll-'J. The ineiinure provhli'M Iliul (ho Troiinurer can, If Im ohooiieii, inulio Iho whole iium iivulliiblo liv the illi'l of Dooombor liexl, II 1« also net out Ihul un purl Ion ol Iho omhiwn ? I hi to bo paid lo any oily or town or any iilill'ii In tho Unit oIuhh,
HARVEST HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
HAltVKST HANDS. Tho Minister of Aj}iiciiltuio, In tic cordunco with Iuh promiso lo tho wo men'B l'atilionl uud Social Ciusadu do putntion, which icceiilly wuilod upon him, sent telegrnms to miwl of the municipal and Hhiro coiiiicIIh in tho country. Up to lh« timo of wntniff, ho hnd received the following replies :— llopotoun-l'lenty of men hero ; from Wyohoproof— No men required nl pre sent ; from Swan Hill-i'lenty of mon hero waiting ; no opening for moro ; Kornng nnd Nhlll hIho ncnt simllor ro piles.
FAREWELL TO THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
KA1U0WEU. TO TIll'l tiOVEHNOB. The Presbyterian AsHcmbly pasuod a farewell aiUlrcMH to his ICxe.ellcney the Slato Governor today A number of prominent Presbyteriun clergy and lnvme.i vimlcd ?' SlonniiiL'loii, ' und presented Hie iuldi-e.su to his t'lveellcney, who warmly (luuiked Hio authors of the compliment. In his speech, Sir Georgo Clarke referred to Iho good woik being don.- by the PreKbyturillU Chinch in Victoria, and mentioned that 'ho could not help feeling lhal in a young country like Australia there was 'danger of a relapse into materialism, want of reverence, and indilVorcnco of the great, principle... of Clii-isl Sanity. Un also suid that he and lu» wife hnd only fried lo do their duly, and Im foil touched llial llw mere, trying 'o do oiio'h duly should bring them huc.1i overwhelming e-sprension of knulnesH and goodwill. In lonibiMon, Ins fc\ ecllelioy Bllid, 'We leaM' Vi.loilli for II time, or it may be fin nl«ujh-I -lo nol quite know-wilh \uy di i p lcgrol, and 1 will ...