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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
'?' ? ' ? ' ? ' ? ' ? ? v ,; ? .James Hiiiiiter \ -k Carrier and Cab Proprietor' OL1VH-HT.H1CKT, AIJiUHY. FUUNITUni'i niCMOVKI). PAUCIOLH DliJ.IVHRIOl) I'X)H S1XPKNCB. GooiIh Packed by KXI'lOIil KNCK1) PACKKHS. SAUPJjKS OAHItriSI) 'W AND J.'JfOM .STATION-! tins return, 2/; 4 tins to 7 tins, I!/ return ; 7 (inn lo 12 tins, 1/ return ; 12 to 25 tino, 5/ return. KiniNJTUHlS ltlCMOVJCI) TO TOWN & COUN'J'HY AT ],OWI0ST POSSinLIS ' ' PRICES. ? [ Prompt Alvonlion given to all Orders. ... r ,\\ Three New Lorries PJy For Hire Daily. The Poibi Pom Hick's Fu litigator. Lend in Kvoiy IIihLi int. Kijuatlei and Kainier me aliko agi cod upon ' r their .Sii])erioi Wei it. ' ' \ Awurdod 1'li'nt PrizoH— Tallmigultn., Goolong, Corown, Yncknndnudnh, '' , / ' Gnndug-ni, and Albuty, ' ' ' - i ? U NVB JiJ A T 10 N IN Ii'IKLI) C 0 Jrp I5TIT I 0 NS. '- ,^': Patentee and Manufaciiircr Bowna, via A'Umry. All^ ? v_ Mrs. Go Ho Carter lloj;s to announce I ha I, I hi! li'louri'iliing Livery and Letting St...
STATE PARLIAMENTS NEW SOUTH WALES. PARLIAMENT HOUSE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. REDUCTION OF MEMBERS. REFERENDUM BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
STATE PARLIAMENTS - NEW SOUTH WALES. o — PARLIAMENT H0US13, , , , ' „ ? HYDNUY, Tuesday. ,'- i . LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. , KEDUCTION OF MEMBERS. ', REFERENDUM BILL. In Iho Council, thin afternoon, tho Reduction of Momhcin' Referendum Bill wau'iinsHi'd through all i(s slagcH. S^ovoral membets did not iudicalo how they voted for tho measure, ill or der to keep the Government up to tho mark on the quculion, Tho IIouho adjourned al 0.40 p.m. '
VICTORIA. STATE PARLIAMENT HOUSE. MELBOURNE. Tuesday. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. THE MOTOR SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
VICTOIUA. STATE PARLIAMENT HOUSE, MIOLIJOUIINM, TuoHday. LECHiSLATlVU ASS18MBLY, ' THE MOTOR HEnVlOW, lu, Iho Assmiibly, (IiIh atleriiooiti Mr, '' SIiIoIh, in toply (o Mr, Hiii'I'Ih, uald ','- that 'tlui Hallway CoimnlHHloiicni woru , considering tho motor uorvlcn, -
ELECTION OF SENATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
ELICCTION OK .SENATORS. Tho Bill providing for (ho election ol iSeiiutoiH wan nail Iho I'm -- t. and se cond times, lu commitlec, Mr. Cohen moved an amendment, to repeal that portion of Iho I'Vdoial Klot lionn Act which pro-' vided that nienibeis ot llm Kedeial Par liament should renlgii their seals be fore becoming cnndidnlc.s (or tho Slate Paibi.meiil, The anieiidmi ul was negalhed, and the bill was taken through committee, Mr, Kcgim lnoxril llm Miiiipeuiilou of the Standing Ordnrn to admit of (he bill being pa'iM'd lluoiigh all llD ? IllllgCS,
ELECTIONS. (RIVERINA DISTRICTS.) POLLING DAY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16. PROCLAIMED A PUBLIC HOLIDAY THROUGHOUT THE STATE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
ELECTIONS. (MV12MNA D1STHICT.S.) Nomimitioii day, Thursday, Deeem 1-it ;!. Polling day, Wcdr.euday, December Hi. Iictiini of the wrila, Juuuury 'i'2, l'JUL POLLING DAY, FIUDAY, DJOCEM BEIt 10. PKOCLAiMliD A PUJ5LIO HOLIDAY THROUGHOUT THE STATIC. (UY SPECIAL WiiilO.) SYDNHY, Tuciiduy. At a meeting of (lie Slale Kxeciitivc, to-day, the day on which tho Federal eUxtioim will liu held (Kriiluy, DiTeiu ber lli) wna proelniinud a public holi day throughout Hie Stale.
CORONIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
ClORONLVlj ENIilllRYi ; An liii|uent wnn hold at llm Morgue lo-dny on Iho body of Frank I'll! Culllvei'! who wiut shot wilh n lieu rifle, mid died hi llm Alfred lloMpll'.t! on Himdiiy, The I'llln wan Hi'cd by a boy iiami'd Ki.IktI Iliiehuiinn, while di'eeaiicil null hln male wern IiiikIIiik a dray at li'llildeni, Dccenneil, (nun llui Unit knew he won dnii|(crounly wound ed, mill h in In I r.l on a doctor liclug mm n I fur, lie wan placed lu a huimy, and driven lo llroiiianii, where III. Mummer advlninl hln removal In the hi.npllnl, III,, mule drove ilceeuicd lo Miii'lilllgtiiii, W'liorii I hey cauifhl llm t lit lit lur Mi'll.ounui', The (i ii ner lolllid that Kll Ciilllvcr dlnd (in!'i u gllliiiliol, 'm'hiiikI aeeldcnlally Illlllilill, I
MOVEMENTS OF FEDERAL MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
MOVEMENTS OK FEDERAL MINKSTEKS. Oilier 1'V'derul Jlinititerii arc nt ill widely i-.caltorcd throiiglioul tliu .Slulc.;. Kir William Lynu and Mr. Chapinnii are in Nuw South Widen, Sir John Forrest in in Went Auiitriilin, Sir tJcorgu Tiiriu.T in Yielorin, Sir Philip J''j'hIi in Tasmania, and Senator Play ford in Koutli AiiHlrulin, Senator Drake will probably pass the .I'rimo Alinihler in lias.s ,Stniil«, as hiu inten tion is to leuvo Taumunin to-morrow foi Melbourne,
RUN OVER BY A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
RUN OVER BY A TRAIN, Thu palhullu 'tragedy at North FlU' roy'on Wodiiuudny liml,' wlioroby « olilUl named Albert George, SI ins wan run over by (ho Pros ton ttnlu and out to lilcccs hi llto prcaoncn ot his mol her, (orincd (hn ntibjoot ot an Inquiry nt tho nnu'nuo lulu morning by J)r, Cole, (Iliilrlul coromir, Tho ovldoiicu of (ho mollior, Mi'H. dhrlstliia A, E. Him', showed that tiliu was oromilug Iho lino lu Noild-Hli'ool. Ah idle iippronehcd I htt railway line she imw a train 'Nloauilui! towards J'ruHlon, She opened Ihu.gitlon, and was cromilng thu lino, when llm galokeopur onllcd out that Ihiii'e wiih luiolhei' (rain coming, Tlio child was t\ 111 lit) ahead ot hoi', and looking up hIio how a (rain from Vvw Ion aluumt on him, Foi1 (ho momuiit nhii was powerlesH wilh terror, ami thu engine struck Iho child, Who' did not sue the (ruin coming along, owing lo a OUl'VO, ,' , , ilnmuii R, Hmirlo, drivel' ot (ho trulu, mild he wan travelling (rom Ifi lo 18 nilloH an hour. lie hiiw iMi'H...
HOWLONG. Monday. A BUSH FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
HOWLONG. (Froin Our Own Correspondent.) Monday. A HUSH FUlli. Tho first' IjiikIi (iro of the hcuhou broke out at Mr. Henry Tliompoon'H farm, Uvmgownnnali, to-dny. Tho iiro started in a slook a fow .yard« from a stack men were busily engaged building. Luckily, thu wind funned thu (laincB away fiom tho stack and norosH the stubble, burning some few tons of Hlookuil Imy in its uourso. It then entered a puddock ol whent. liy this tlnio u number of willing helpers had arrived, and, with tho assistuuc.0 of a ehnngo in tliu wind, Iho lire was blocked, after about eight acres of wlieut hail been burned. 'i'lio lire then passed into u glass paddock and burnt several hitch before, being finally checked. The timber at 4 o'clock was utill bin nine lien cly. Mr. Wm. M'lutosli, of Mnyfleld, had Ilia line trolly mid pair ol horses early on Iho ground. Tho (roily was (Hied with a COO-gallou tank, pump, and. houe, and worked by four men, did' niout valuable service in extinguiuhlng the burning timbe...
HENTY. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
HBNTY. (From Our Own CorrcHpondoul,) . Monday. Hot whulu luivu bcon blowing nil day, and tho gluUH readied 1)8 In the hIiiuIo. Our local painter, Mr, Fred Newnum, mot wiih a jiainful mishap on rjuliir dny, Iio wim mixing up a refrigera ting solution, con»intfng ol llmo und other ingredients, whon It h[)1uh1ioi1 up Into hlu face and eyes, und bmlly Hcnlded them, Hu Iihh ulneu been laid up, and will not bo able to gut about foi'ju few days. ; On Snlurdivy tlio local crlekotorH want to Culeairn lo nuwl Mint club n tho roinnolllldii muloli, and ? wero beaten budly, The homo team put ill) 81, und the Healyites wero 'only nbln to resi)ond wllli !IO odd. ''ho ornl olub forgot to tnku their Bcor Ing book, so 1 am unable lo f,'.i,'|)ly partleulurs, h'our hundred cut Iio from Victoria, in charge of Plurnur, punned hero f!ut unlay en route (or Mr. Waldey'u' Kuin Plains Station.
TELEGRAMS. INTER-STATE. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. THE STATE GOVERNOR'S DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
TELEGRAMt. 1NTHR-.STATE. VICTO11IA. MELMOURNIO, Tuenday. THE .STATE (iOVEKNOK'H Dli- - PARTURIC. Their Exwlleucii-s the Stale Cio vernor ami Lady Clarke took their do- ' jiartmu from Itlelboiirne to-day, 'ihcro wan a lori'o crowd in Ihe btrcota through which the vice-regal ecpiipago |ianncd, and Hags were Hying e\ cry where. Their KxcellencicH wore ac corded a splendid reception. When thu party passed the Victoria Karraohs a Hitluie of 17 gutiB wiih (iivd. At the railway station the vice-regal party were 'met by (ho Lord Mayor and Lady M'Eachiirn, Brigadier - General Gordon and Hind' and escorted to ihe boat'a Hide. The guard ol honour was (supplemented by a 'band, which played Auld Lang Syne, Home, Kwcel, Ilo.u.i, God Have the King, ami other ap propriate melodies. It in not known whether Sir George Clarke intends to return to Victoria.
KIEWA VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
KIEWA VALLEY. (From Our Own Corrcmiondout.) llurvest hau uonnuunood, and tho provneutfl ui'o good, Thuni nro sonic, excellent grain oro|-n to be Heou along the Valley. Oim In prirlloulnr, 'nllnw led nlluntlon— n wheat crop of 1C0 aei'CH, which Iho owner o.vpuutH to go iiomuwlturc between 11 and 12 bags per item, providing tho calcrpllIm'H do not nut In nn niinuaranco bolot'o It. 1h ini'ventiidi They are very nunmi'ouii Iu pnrlu of Iliu dlsli'lul, mid thu Inly crops are uun'eriug more or less from their diivaslatloiin, The local' lodgo of M.U.LO.O.l'1. held their hnlf-yoai'ly elections lust lodgo night (Wednesday), when the follow-, Ing- broHii'ou worn olcolml to tho varl oiih olllees !~(I,M,,' llro, K, Warno j N.C!., Urn. A, Diniuliui | V.O., Dm, 1-\ MoLood (f.fuurdluiOi P.O., Uro, Illll) U,H. tiTN.d,, Uro. MeOonnnelc, V,Q,, Dro, A, Illll wiih appointed dolofluto to tho annual dlslrlul, nuuitlnn to bu held In Seymour In Deueinliei', Our uutdonuid nelghboui', Mr. II. ?Iti'iiot, a res...
ALBURY SMALL DEBITS COURT. (Before the P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
AtilJUHYMIAI.il DMBTS ' OOUHT, (l)ufiirn (ho P.M.) Molloy v. Wm, CloodfolloW, elnlm for ,C1 nl, for goodtt noli! and deliver ed, No itppeiiranuo of detendunt,' Philnflll' proved (ho debt, and nn order wan mntlii for thu niAuiuit In full with I'J/d con I ii, Siiudah Slug v, Poiimau Hlug, Olalin or ,til!l, on ueuoiiiit of wagns duo, viz,, for SOwuokii nl, .10/ pur week, Mr, TlolyuiiH appeared for llm plain! llf, mul Mr, Wlllilnmin for detuntluiit, l\lr, Tlulyemi e.vplulned Hull at (ho (tut (iriui'li Ihhi cane had licon goliu nlo at eoiinlderalilii length, mid I hat Hlu P.M. had iioiwiiiIIci! him. Illll (hut mIiiiiii (hat dale fresh iivldcueii had wen fnrt hi'omlnit wlileh Iniitlllml him In again emuliig befoi'a llio court, Sev ern I wlfiiemics were examined on boll) iililen. On Ihl' occasion Hie whole ol them wllh llm e.vi'eplhui of llm Illl gnliliii were lOiiropeiiini, After Inillflliy nvItliMU'n luul liren (alien, liniuli ol which wan ol a eimlradlelory iialuie, eiuuiiiel for each i...
CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
CHILTKRN. From Our Own Correspondent. On Monday while a miner named Thomas Illnke wan blocking at (he (,'hillerji Valley .No. 2, a fall of curlh occuiTcd. li-orlunately lie did not eel (he fall cITccIn of (he fall, anil wan only iiiciipaeitaleil for u day or ro, hnving received a nhoek. lirlending i-onipetitors for the forth coining ipioit (ounianieiit at A. Moso' rooniH should Mend in their enlries by .Saturday night next, as a specially keen contest is expected. Iluwki-rn 'mill pcillnrs are lcmimled Ihat (hey must make application for licences as noon an posxiblu, an the eoiirlK sill! on December 8. The O'Meurn's (father , and sons) were taken to Heeehwortli (his morn ins; under ciieorl. The dust nuisance is here again, yen (ciilay afternoon clouds of dust were sweeping through (he town ; and the buuincHH people had their usual picnic with it. To-day is much cooler. Weather very sultry ; glniwi fulling. .Several aborlive adenipls (o rain.