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THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
THK .P.KDKBAL EL10CT1ONS. To the Editor, Sir,— Tho naUHCuliiig a( lacks by a Hcotlon of the press on tho old politl- . cal warrior champion, Sir William John Lvno, are beeomiiu? no frciuiunt, ho untruthful, so unfair, and J am Inclined to add ho diiigiiHtiug, UuVl any point or injury they may bo in tended to elVect or convey, would seem to tho writer to convey absolutely the reverse. And, like all other gutter garbage, garbled from every concoiv ublo source, tlm empty viipoiiringH of Jnno Ullnabolh, and Hie more quos llonnblo, if hum intercut Ing, Innnu 'twaddle of Tunimy Dodd, aro liecoln Ing too monotonous for perusal, Wiioll Wanted ell'orl in the direelion intended, namely tho Hlunder of Sir William, hits rcHiillcd in iitroiigllienlng his posi tion and popularity.. I'crhupH ho in (]in moHt coii'.'.Mleiit and tine-lo-plodgo uliili.uiniui In Hie'SlalcH of tl.O (Jolll inonweiillh, nnd IiIm ..Inudurd of in tegrity in (Im political world fur tinnscends the uctioiiH, the oroeh, and con...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
WANTUD AND (J'ENKKAL. Under thin hciuling Kixd-en Words Prepaid arc charged ONU SI11L-. LINd ; nix inserlions ?!/(!. y WORDS 8IXPKNCE~A-lviitinc- : incuts relating to KitnatioiiR Vacant and Wunlcil,' ami Board anil Hciiidenue. BIKIC, 1'ierce Road Racer (new) ; Bttcriliitc ; iidjuslal)!,! Handlen. Kindly inspect. Will Rumble, Towns end-street. ?BriOUNJ) Die beat place in Allniry for fl1 Joiner' i) Work-, Upholstering,' and all Repair!!. TOVEY & Co.. Kiewa-Ht. tCi ODD Drinks, Weals, and Aiioni \ K mo!lit(ion ; al' o eu ommodalioii lmdiloiki, nl 1). 11. MoilwiiY Wooiiim gama Jlolel. ]IJTARVi:sT WIVES, ll.-me.t Winei, il 11 IJiiivi t Mim '., linnet Win.-*, 10,(100 (ialloii-ilo choo'c fiom, i!/li linllon. Vahenk' C'oinpanv, Albmy and Jlenly. V ADIP.H CoMiimci for ChilblmnH 'JJ jiiihIc to order, L-l/(i, 2,'i/fi, 27/0, HI!/, in French Muslins, Cambrics, Linen, and Flecked Crush, etc. Thin i(* i\ «pi'oiul otter, and would adviHU mi eaily (election fiom the laigest uh i.oilnunl in Al...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 24 November 1903
Murray & Meade's DKY OINOlOlt AL13, Absolutely tho HURT in the Market. IIOIVKHOUND AND DANDELION, nhd ' HOI' J1J31511S, ?Unbeaten in the Slato, Try them and onjoy llfo. All watnr tmod absolutely fform ' . ' proof. Robert Doughty In buck hi hlii ori nousio, thn Terminus Hotel. wnibnifl Tit n bkst glass oi'alb Jn tlm Town may bo Procured, A Cordial Invitation Ih Kxtomlod to Old Ollonln. TAKE N0TI0H THAT WKKN OKOSSINQ Murray Bridge Tho flrat HOTKij you como to In . J. T. itOlllNSON'S N.S.W., whoro only LIQUOJtS of tho HKST HKANHS nro Also PIBST-OLASS ACCOMMODA TION, No bullor pndtloolcB for travelling slock, HoHt Drnfl Hcer; Od qunrl, drawn liom wood j Drnfl WiltiUy, no boiler, 4/0. ? ? J. T. Robinson Don't Miss Tills! Til 10 VMiWAWh CITY H1TJ0 Jh Laid Aside, HUT NOT1 HO WITH HOOTS AND H1I0M. F. Gordos. Huh a Lnrgoi1 Hlouk limn Kver, nnd In able to Supply Boo In (or tho Old. lloolH for tho Young, : ?lloo Is for Iho Klnh, - ' HooIh for thn Tom1. Al JMIIOJCB. which J115KY OOMPJCT...
ELOPED WITH THE COACHMAN. DUCHESS AND FLUNKEY. Male Allen, wife of Duke Frederick Schoonburg-Waldenburg, has been missing from home since the 9th inst. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
lflLO.I'1'JD'WITII Til 10 C0A01I5IAN, ? ?jHypilMSS'ANI) l'M,UNKI3Y. Jlnlo Allen, wlfu (if Dtilco Krederlolt U.uliopiiliuTir-Waldniibiir-ffi 1ms been iuIb«. inp; from homo hIiico ,thu Olh limt., und It, Iu bullnvud Hint nIiu 1u\h ulopud With1 hoi' conolumuii ATTISJIl'T ON TJII5 LIkFoF TII1D KINO OK ITALY. HTONJSS HI8ApiJ'~ON MAIU'AY ouTaimfcmwimouitq, Oim of tlm JCruiioh Oolonlnl HoldlorH, whlhi pulmlllnpr a lino, nrreslud a innu In (hn net of hoapiiip; hIdiu'h on tlm railway oulNlda Ohunioui'|r, KIiir Vloioi' lOmniiHol'H Irnln pmwnd nflur llm iiIoiioh hail been removed,
THE ENGLISH ELEVEN. AUSTRALIAN PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
THE ENGLISH EL10VI5N, AUHTRALIAN PR0URAMM13, Novoinbor 27, V. Quuannlnncl, nl Drill bane. ' ? December 2, v. Nowonnllo or , Mult laud, Dcoeinbor II, No, 1 Tout, at Sydney. December IH, vacant, ? ? December 20, v, Bendigo, ill,, Hondlgo, J'niuinry 1, No, 2 Tout, al Mol-, bourne, ilanuni'y 8, al, llallurak, Jaiiumy Ifi, No, 0 Test, at Adelaide. ilauuaiy 22, Tasmania, , Vobrimry 0, v, Vlolorln, No, 'i, nt Melbourne, February 12, v. Now South WuIoh, No, 2, at Sydney, Eobruaiy 10, vncaiil. ,,,. li'obruary 2(1, No. M 'IW.'nl Sydney! March 4, No, IS Test, al Molbouruoi MAroli 13, v, South Ailnti'ullftj'No. 2, nl, Adelaide, Loavo Adoltildu Mnruh 17, nnivn nl l'orlli Mm'oli 31, March 31, v, Woalorn Attatralla, al X'orlh,
CRICKET. INTERSTATE CRICKET. VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. VICTORIANS' SECOND ATTEMPT. SEVEN FOR 213. TROTT SCORES 59. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
CRICKET. (liy Our Spoiling Reporter!;.) 1 NTERSTATE CRICK I'T. VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. VICTORIANS' SECOND ATTIOMl'T. SEVEN FOR 213. TROTT SCORES mi. (BY SPECIAL WIRE.) MELBOUHNE, Tuenday. The weather wan cool and pleanunt ; tho wicket had not milTercd to any ex tent through the rain yraturduy. With only one wicket, to fall the vici torn niiiitigii soon came to a clo.se, but not before the not out bntsemni, Travor.'i and Hay brought the n- ore from lfid to 18(1,' when Travel's re turned one to Troll, which he held. Wanting 2fil (o win, Itiueo and Mc Allister faced Iho bowling of Travel's nnd Hay. The batsmen noon got, to work, and in a very short l.iruo 20 appeared on the board. Bruce wan ploying npleudiil cricket, when )\n was caught nt mid-on by Hill. Tho lirst wicket falling for 7fi rims. Troll camo next, but ho noon lost M'Allister, who wnn also caught by Clem Hill. 2— 30— HI. Armslrong joined Troll, and Iho batting hocninc lively, and botli bats men kept going till lunch (h...
ALBURY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
AlillUilY, JIAOINO ULOII, A inoiilliig ol Hut committee of thn aliovn olub wan hold hint night at Prlnuii'ii Albury Ifololi Tim (ollowlug ifeulh'ninn wm'o pro iiimi 1 1— Mohhi'h m. ill I) Aroy, (iliulrmnii) Clmiiiibiill, il, llt'nnn, J, W, Roxburgh, T, Ityaii, Coh|uhouii, 'V, A, llornn, and llm lion, sen,, Mr, V, W. Tlofyuun, 'I'lui prlnelpnl btiiilneiiH (limit with wan (ho qllciilloli ol Iho wholeiillhi dl.ii|llull lleiillou o( llm joiilioyii at Ijiu Into liiiuitlilg ot tlio (Jomwa Club, A re (|lluilt Wan liuule by the CHillli-i'U Club o Mill local club, lo takn Homo aollon In tho mailer, Kill, alter ourolully illmilliuilllg the (piesllnu, It was deelded thill no nollnii iilioiilil bo Inlien at IiwhiMiIi idi the local elub were not fill l- ? Izi'd n( Ihe taeln of III ? ihc, Audi liii'lher, that they iiudcrnlood llmt an appeal hail been lodged ngiiimit Iho (Iccliilon, Tho inaller being now sub judloc, II wan nol eonnldered ml vliinble lo lake any action at prcncitt, ||'lnal iirranit...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
Ily 'Jufltloo,' Tho Hondlgo Joolcny Glub'ii Spring Mootliiu' will opon to-day, whon nmougiil a natty bill ol turn In tho Sandhurst Chip, which' In worth U10 ^HOVIl, s Puiitorii will start I heir bultlo nffnlniit (tin '|ioor' bonkloH wilh llm 'IVlogniph HlnkoH, which mny go lo Lalelikey, K C'ynlo i.hould lako Iho trip - on 1 think he will about place Ilia Hurdle linen to his credit j in hiu absolute 1 uliall look lo lli'ga lo win. The Sandhurst Cup, ovur a ml hi and a miai'lor. may bo won by Ti'ammdor, wilh Avalon and Honlca next bciil Cambridge Ih In good (uttlo JhhI HOW) no I will look lo him lo iiupoly thu winner ot Mm - Country DIulrlulH Hmi (Heap, ' ' Tho Wutnoii I'lntoi' (n'or d tul'lolign, may go lo Kolalshl,, KliigllHluii', or Himdown, with Iho lli'iiliuimiitl for oho Ion, , . Thn Wei I of Humliunp may I'm loiiglit out by Aduuui Dnllhidoriii and .Spoilt CIlHj wilh Aditun ,foi' pro(oi'on(io(
BENDIGO JOCKEY CLUB MEETING. TIPS FOR THE FIRST DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
DENDIGO JOCKEY, CLUB MEKTING. TIPS' FOR THE FIRST DAY Dy 'Nowhaven.' The Bendigo Jockoy Club will trj.'ii. a two dayii' mooting to-day. Tho fol lowing nvo my fnncies :— TELEGRAPH 8TAKI28. LEVARI) op L1PSCOM15E. Ltvtchkoy next bcHt. HURDLE RACE. MEQA or WOODSTOCK. Aunterlitz nexl bent. SANDHURST CUP. . MARTYR or SONIOA. Nimbus next best. COUNTRY DISTRICT HANDICAP. SAFEUJCK or INDICATOR, Bill Sykes next bent, WATSON PLATE, SANDOWN or HALLYROGAN. Silverlocks next best. WELTER HANDICAP. ADANA or SPOILT GIRL. Dob next bent. That Sonica can gallop sho pioved in the Rosslown Plato, Tho Now Zealand mnro iH only a ])ony, yet she humped 8-2 along in rnro stylo, and when it came to galloping at tho finish she fairly Hew by Illuo Rose, Abdalluh was made favourite for tho Tnra Sti^eplechaso on Saturday, but in company with The African, mir priscd everyone by his poor peifoim anco, I 'It turned out subHoaUently Ihnl both these horses raced with their shooii on. Tho stowurds wonl idown after tho r...
WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
WHEAT AND OTIIEIl 1'HODUOli), MELUOURNE, Monday, Wlioat,— Thu wheat innrliot la Irrogu-, lar, nH (ho nupply of now wheat to ar rive from the country nhowii nlgnn ol an early lnorcniin. To-day, hb\fovw, biiMlnoHH lias boon done In now fruuth Auutrallan wheat on npot at I /.I, Kow Victorian wheat for uarly delivery in quoted at about 3/7. An fojimlu forward buulticM ulilpporn aro Htill eautlouii aliout onorating, tholr idvnn being about 3/0( for December and !!/ for January dollvory, Solleni of iiareelti for January are inking S/Dj. Within (ho lant two il.iyn nnfon hnvu boon made ol two or throo 'jnrg.iwi for iihipment on the linnin ol nil/ per nor ?180H),, nont, frolght, find liiiiiii'AMon, L'urthcr buniuonii in ponding, Flour, — Milling roooiuiuoiniod nt Drldgowntor thin morning, nbrml 1100 to 1200 bugH, now whoat hnvlnir bucn reoelvod an u iitart, and now Victorian Hour In ' oxpootcd to arrive In Mel bquriid on Wednimday. Old flour In polling on tho banln of £11 5/ to I'll 10/ for ...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
THE TURF. The following are (he weights for tho .Sandhurst Cup :-- SANDHURST CUP. One mile and a quarter. Combat, 10-1; Hrunlwood, Uil ; lie trayer, I'roccedor, fi-12 ; Avalon, S-U ; Cynic, Martyr, 8-'J ; Rhapsody, 8-8 ; Undecided, 8-2 ; Rapid Pilgrim, The Abbesii, 7-12 ; Narelle, 7-8 ; Sonica, 7-7 ; Silk Lace, 7-fl ; Lnnolino, 7-2 ; Orlando, Recovery, 71) ; War Chief, Marellie, 0-13 ; Nimbus, (1-10 ; Cheddar, 0-8 ; The Geinha, fi-7.