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THE ALBURY FEDERAL ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
TUB ALUURY KIODISRAL ROLL.. On onqulry at tha Federal electoral ollluu yosterdiiy It wan aHeoi'lalnod that tho whole ol tho claims lo bo placed on tho roll which woro lodged on Mon day, (a tho number ot 40, had boon added, Thoro writ) Homo doubt ns to whether 'or not those alalnui would bo lu time, but, thanks lo iho , Interest (altoniiy Dr. Cleaver Woods, - ho' ? tu luriilug odlooi'j In thomaltnr, tlumo lalu clalmantu will bo entitled to voto, _. ? ? ? ? I
HOW TO MAKE FIRE-BEATERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
HOW TO MAKE FIRE-HEATERS. 'At a rocent mealing ol tlio Ovens and Murray Agricultural Society al Wan garatla, to disouns what moans might be adopted to» minlmiso tho dangor ot bush lircs tills ftenson, it wiuj men tioned that tho president (Air. A. II. Smith) had an oxcolloul method for making ilro-bunters, Tho president .(reports' Iho ' Chronicle ') said he would bo ])loascd to e.vplain how ho inado Ills, and ho would recommend thorn, as they wore made three years ago and worn slill as soft and supple tin kid, A small cow hide would cut Into flvo bnulci'B, Tho hldn when Iroflhly Hkinnod should bo nailed down to tho floor ot a shed or put under ollicv cover, iiprinkled thickly wilh' milt, and kept inoi'.l for linen davii wilh new milk— milk from which tlie cream wan not taken. The i.klu should, then bo soaked in a walor-hole lor 2'1 'hours and altonvurdu re-nulled to tho lloor, where it should remain tor ton days, being oceaHionally danin ud with now milk and sprinkled lightly with W...
ORANGE RIVER COLONY HARVEST A FAILURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
DUANdK HIVMK (!()1,ONY 1IAIIVHHT A KAILUKIO, Tho Vleloiluu Dli'nidir ot Agi'totilliit'o Iiiui reeelved a lelliir (com (Inloliol By nni, who l.i In eliargii ol (In. M.'llllllg ol Immliiiiiulii (rom lOiiglnnd III Ilin Oraui(i) Illver Coli.uy, Tho CoIomii! i.laleii that Ihe Inn vivil In the Oi'iuigu Itlver Colony will be II flllllll'O UW||I0 lo pioliiiuieil droil|(hl, It, having been uialloloUHly reporlod thai. Mr, Illgliibi. Ilium, Dimthif, hi aliinil to leave Alhury, that gnnllciiiuu ri'imeMlii tin lo iilalii I lint iiuiih In not a mot, and that he may bo coimultud mi Idl hello, '
KING OF ITALY. DONATES £1000 TO THE ITALIAN HOSPITAL IN LONDON. FRENCH AND BRITISH NAVIES. THEIR RELATIVE STRENGTH. DISCUSSED IS THE CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES. COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENCE PROJECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
KINO Ol'VJTALYi DON A'IMilH ;(J 1 000 TO '.I' Tl li) ; .ITALIAN HOHPI'J'AL :IN LONDON, ' llotoi'ii litiiliip; ? IiIh iHi|iii|'lui'n ;i from Knujuml, Klup; A'lulou I'liimnuiil II,, (loimlml .CKHIII (o llui llulluli JloHpUul :ln London. . '?[?'. ..j FUIINCIII AND IllllTIHII NAVIIiiB, tiimih uia^yi'TvirHTunNcrj'ir, DJHUUHHMI) IN Till!) (IIIAAIIHOll OK Dhll'UTIhlH. CIOUNCHI- Oh1 NATKINAL DhlKMNOhl IMIOJIOOT, M, Mi'iuilni'v, In dellverluir the Naval llllill(ef In Hie l''ri-ncli Cliainlii'i' nl Me imllim, Ioiii'IumI on Hie velnUve iilriiiurlh n( lli' I'Vi'imli mid llrlll'ili Nuvleii, mid mild It I'Vnncn hud nmie In war wllh l'!ii|,'lainl In h'aiiliiiilu year (IMH7), nil' would liavn Imil In eon lend ukuIiihI. l''i 1 1- 1 ii -i( 1 ' it iiin'v al I he oihlil ol iluir In Iwn, nnil Wv WWI Hie oddii, di'iilnreil M, iMemilney, will huve Ini'i'i'iiHi'il In (our In nue, Al, Mi'iinlni'.v iilrnii|;ly uilvhieil Hindu Vlirilliienl' I ? lie u (Iniliiiill nt Nil llniial Defeiin-, In einilrnl mid linrin...
CORRESPONDENCE. It must be distinctly understood that the Editor is in no way responsible for the opinions of correspondents. SIR WILLIAM LYNE AND THE WOMEN'S MEETING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
C01U1ESP0KDENCE. It must be distinctly understood that the Kdilor iti in no way responsible for Hie opinions of correspondents. Sill WILLIAM J/VNK AND THE WOMKN'S MIOETI.NHJ. To tin; Kdilor. Sir,- I read with pleasure llm truth ful i-i'iimrliH of 'Annie Eliziiboth,' and J have no doubt she is one of thoso women who looks, after her house hold duties, and docs not gad about ami send her husband's shirts to bn washed and ironed by the Chinamen. ' Annio Klizabelh ' would not, 1 am sure, employ Iho Chinaiuan green gro cer to call upon her every (lay, and then abuse Sir William Lvno, '''because he was alleged lo Imvo employed Chinamen on bis station,' 'Annio Elizabeth' is lo be commended for her suggestions to 'An Insulted Womnn' to employ a 'lady' shorthand report er ; it would considerably help the weak memories and intellecls of tliOHu women alleged (o have been insulted. -Yours, etc., 10LLA HLSPI5T1I.' '.I'lm Jlininlcr of Mines and Agricul ture (N.S.W.) has received a report from the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
Murray & Meade's i)jtY ciiNciai aj;e, AbHoluloly tlm IllSST in llm Market. IIOJIEKOUNI) AND DANDIOUON, nnd HOI1 UJB1SUS, '.., ,? , , Unbenion in tlio Stuto. Try thorn- and onjoy llfo.: All wuler usod nbsolutcly gnrm . ' . proof. Robert Doughty Ih bank In hhi OLD II.0USM, tho Tentilniis llotel. WIIHHK THE HKHT CILAHH OK A'1,15 III tho Town limy bo Procured. ?A Oordlul'. Invitation Ih Extondod' to Old OllonU. .TAKM NOTICJK THAT WHEN OltOSBINO , Murray Bridge 'I'lio'llrsl HOTICfj yon como to !h J, T, HOIUNSON'S N.S.W., wlioru only UQU011S of tho DISS'l' JIUANDH are ? KEPT. Alito ? lMtST-OLASS ACCOMMODA TJON. ?No boltor pnddookfl for travollliig utoolt. Dent Draft Deer, (Id quart, drawn (rom wood j Draft Whisky, no bolter, 4/0. J. T. B^obimison Don't Miss Tills I ? t. Til 10 JiMCDIOIiAri OITY SITU ' Ih Imid Aside, IUJT NOT 80 WITH HOOTS AND HIIOIOH. F. Gorrios. ITiihj a Larger Stock Hum ISvur, and Ih ablo to Supply Moots for thu Old, lloolu for tho Young. Hoots for thu Itloli. '...
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, TUESDAY. FISCAL CAMPAIGN. SIR EDWARD GREY AT SALTS BURY. DEPRECATES A POSTPONEMENT OF THE GENERAL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
/USLEGRAMS. (Pfilt RIOUTIilH.) LONDON, Tuesday. FISCAL CAMPAIGN. sin KDWAKi) chuv at salis HUUV. ]-KiMti-:c;'ATi-:.s a tostponemunt OF TJIJC (iENHIiAL ELECTIONS. Tho Hi. 7loii. Sir ICdward (Jrey, Hurt, Lihcral memhcr for Northumber land, ii(l(ln.'KKiii(r 11 I/iI)itii1 mcelinc; 'I. BaliHbury, cnmiircd whether (he un fortunate mipporlew (if flio (iovcrn mont were willing (o endure three yeui'H of doubt, mid inircrliiiuty. To pORlponi! Ill' .(il'Hl'l'ul ICIcelinllH, 111! Hllill WDllllI 1)0 lll'illll'l' K'liid Inixilll-Hll nor good politics. Conliiiiiinjr, Sir I'Mwiiril miid Hint Mr. liiilfour wim playing u dummy hnnil tit. wliinl, (luil, Mr. Chamberlain nlonc knew wlml wnn in (hi' hand, mid wimplm-intf Mr. Ilulfoiir'ii curds run down. No .I'riimi AliuiKt ft- mis able In pluv dummy politics indefinitely. If (ho price o( overylhini; wiih artificially rained, llui consuming |i,iw,-r would lin renlricled, mid Ilir lii.nu- (mil., would bo hound to shrink.
A Craven Heart. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
[?] punusnrcn by spkci.u, ar .IfANUlCMlONT. lly 'Kiln.' Author of 'PeB tlm Rake,' 'Kitty tin Jtuff,' 'Tim Sin of .Iiihjht Ktmid Mi,' 'Tint (.'riiiiliiifr ill ills of -i,,il,' 'Tim JivKli-i-v of tin.' Hurli House,' 'A l)nii|'htor of tlm People,' etc., uto. (-'op.vri,|li(.) In the midst of the turmoil, l.urd Ifnllhi|;t(in wan announced, lie Inn! foiled ((» iii'k if liny »-?»,; l.iul been obtained of tin' tnuuit.'i. Tin- butler .allowed liim in, nml Kut lilicti'.t mo therly nifilnlion luoli (i tender mill Itomi-rcpnmoMiil lone. Tlm cut[)iils wore dismissed then in fhnrffn of iMiiry Connor, who mnlli'ivil rmnrily tlmt it wan nil tlm fault of 11ml '.Master Harry.' Hit iiui-hUmr would bii mi angel i'f it ? wm-i'ii'l for liim putting her up to lii:i own wicked hum ihk'f. Ponce bciufr rcittorrd, tea wib Iironi4;li1j in, nnd to it:i I'rnml aeeompaniinenl Dicky Friar ri'bil.'d tin- adventure. 'Hut. how came vim to thinli tliry linil Rone tlii'ivV'' tirtU-i'il Lord Hal linffton. 'Well, Harry'....
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEWIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
IMPORTANT TO IIOUMIOWI V.lflB. Hiitlsowlvi'H are lii'cn Judge., ol valllo, , and at times like llm prciiciit when their purehanlug power In oiii'lnlled tlioy are (inlok lu niicerliilnlng whni'ii tliey can gel, the mont tin' I hnlr money — lioiioo Malen' (Irneery llepnrlniimt Iiiui been lliri.i.ge.l durliiiv Ihe punt, few duyii, Wo would iilro.i|[l,V ndvliui (hone of out' rendern who have mil, iilrcady done no lo secure iiiuiiii ol Ihe l.argiiliiii without delay, Mr, William Church, a h.eul 'Vol.,' aiiiiiiiiiiecn In our adverllnlug en lu in in. I hut he In prcimi'cd to I rent horn.') for all dliieu ? i, Mr, Chureli In an up'tii-dnle man In bin profeniihiiii and hold'. leMllmonlnhi from well known people, Including Hi', Kennedy, ol liny, Mr, I). Mel.ea ? ( Kiilrli'lgh (Iraiige, and Mr, I), (Irivnl, iiiliiili|ji'r ot Illlwu Hlnlloii, etc,
"MILDURA PAST AND PRESENT." [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
'MJMHUtA PAST AND LMWS1OT.11 Tho ltev. A. ]?. IFarvoy delivered a most instructive imd interesting lecture on ' Mildnra, Pant and Preiienl,' to Ihu membcra of tho A.N.A. and gen eral public in Cliiltorn laid, night. A largo number of ladici. wore present, and the lecturer, who possesscii a clear voice, and tho happy knack of handl ing nu audience, npoko mi folloWM :— I want you in imagination to ac company mo to-night to a- part of our Htato, which im entirely dissimilar to that in which wo live. A pail where tho hormon iH unbroken by purple IiHIh or towering mountains, where bubbling Hhcnmi and shady nooks are notieeablo only by llioir absence ; but whero. in long inonotonoiiH reachei. tlio pi no, und jKiruupino ridgcH Htretch their wenry, length till lost in tho Hhiiumor Ing hrian, and whom, in winter aH well tiH in Hummer, ovorhend a canopy ol clear blue may bo soon, while under, foot thu dull red Hand banlis itself up ngnliiHt, Hho Hlaloly Murrny pinu, w'uhIh llMelf In Horpenl-l...