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CHILTERN MINERS' SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
CIIJLTKUN MINIMS' SPOUTS. A meeting oi Hie above wiih held al .Mr. W. Hiirke's Hold Do Paris, Chil tern, on Monday evening, November Si:). Jlr. Thos. Howes occupied the chair. The ininutes of previous meet ing were read and confirmed. ItrportH.—Thu secretary, Jlr. Mead re ported the following receipt » :— 1'Vom donors, .CI12 3/ ; entrance money, .Clli lt/(i; gale receipts, £10/7/ ; concert receipts, ,C11/'I/; ball rcceiplii, £12/.')/ ; Hido of cards £1/7/2; sale of books, £25/17/ j total receipts, £118/12/8. He nlso ruj)orted that ivll \n\u-, inoncv, amoiinling to £05/1,./, including Iro I'hlcs. had been naid und delivered to oil tho siieceHsful compel itom. AccounlM.-On the motion of Mr. G. 1*. Seigninnn, seconded by Mr. Jan. Klmlloy, general aecounls ninounling to £00/3/11 wero pawled for payment. Mr, Mend explained thai. I he expen diture) had been much heavier thin year Ihan in fonnei yeai i (hiough a delerminei! effort on (he part of (he commillco to make (he day's enjoy ment a...
ALBURY ANNUAL LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
AI.BUliy ANNUAIi, UCIfiNS; \M COURT, Tlui annual lluonuliig ooiii'l wnn held yeulerday nl llm court lioune ; and Iho fol lowing iniiglnlrnleii, lu addition lo Hut I'.M,, oceuplud Hoiitn on the Bunch, vim,,; MoiiMfH, M. A, D'Arey, J. D, Liui onslni1, Cliio, Aduuui/ T, Allleok, M, J', Ki'nruon, 11, A, Thomson, J, If. Miv lonov, 1), ?«, Wiilson, J, IF, Wood, mid W, H. Hurt, .T.'h.P, AUOTIONIDIcna' Lia.l3N8.ISS. iJohti Oliarloii Clionei'y applied tor a ronownl, Mr, Tiolyoim iippoarod on btOiall ot Iho applicant. Tlio l',M, remnrked that It was not licdessary Hint Iho applicant should appear lu pei'sou In mines o( this nor!, i but nllll It, wan denlral.lo (lint lit nil (luios pcriioiiii making applleiillonii lo Iho court, iihould uppear In pernon, Aji pllentloli granled, Applliiiifliuiii an (ollowii wero grail led! I here being no (ihjcoliou lo thn roiiewuhi :????( I. L, (Irllllth, T, II, flrll Illh, C, II, (b'llllth, II, I), (IrlllHIi, L, (I, (lilllllh, ilohn ,1. Kelgliritu, II, l'\ ila...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. THE PREMIER'S PROPOSED RETIREMENT. WILL RETAIN LEADERSHIP. DECISION RECEIVED WITH GRATIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
VIOTOEIA. ,J , ' MELBOURNE, Tuesday. , ,''?- ', ' U ' .,!.'' '; THE - PREMI ICR' S PROPOSED RE ??p/b'' ' ; .TIRIBMENT,;;' * „;;,':-;. vi.;.!n»lir''1),iXT7?i'''- i'l.V';' v WlLL'.RliTAlN'LlJADERSnip; D ISO I H10N ( ItlflCJ I'll V JS1) WITH CWAT1 '* ,' , i, I'lOA'jJjON. ?' ' ' .Tliil 'Premier (Air, Irvine) met (lie .momburn ot his party suppoiteis lids evening, according lo un alignment, Slxly-oiio iiidmborM wcce reprcHentcd, 'The Premier announced (hut after careful consideration, he had decided to accede (o (ho urgent icqiicil, olhin fllipportelii, and lelain the leiul 'mlilp ot the parly, The piomine of Inn colleagues to iolio\o him of a co.ihiilcr ablo jioi lion 'of I Inn (lulie-i, ,Mi, Shieln taking the loiilino woik of (he Trm Hiiry, iemo\eil (he pibuipal obhdielc lo his lellieiueut, (l.ouil -lic'i'i.) Mr, Kh.lt piopoi.eil, uud Mi, \WiLt iK'oondod, 'That Ihe parly (?iimi'shcs Its deep gratification at Iho d.'ihiion arrived at by Ihe I'lomier,' Tho roHoluUon wtui unrrl'id t,| ur....
THE PYRMONT ARSON CASE. ACQUITTAL OF BARNES. THROUGH COLLAPSE OF GROWN CASE. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. 10 PER CENT. DIVIDEND PAID. £18,000 CARRIED FORWARD TO RESERVE FUND [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
THE PYBMONT ARSON CASE, /ACQUITTAL OF BARNES, : THRQUan* COLLAPSE OF OROWN \' ??.' CIASE,^ ' ?,' '? !' The (rial of Alfred Thomus Barnes on n'chargo'of arson, nt Pyrmonl, ro rsult(jd In ' an nucmltlul, owing to tho collapse !af tho Crown. cnuo/ BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES! , n . ,, , . , , _ 1 '10 PIOR CENT, D'iVIDEND PAID, ?] '',','?, ? ? i_ ' $ .C18,000 OAlUUlil) FORWARD' TO RE , . i' '' '''SERVE FUND,' Thu Banlt'of Now South Wahw paid tlio uiual dlvldent of 10 per' cent, to day, and oarrlod forwoul £18,000 lo ilio I'ciiorvo fund,
CHILTERN BRANCH A. N. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
OJULMN BHANOU A.N.A. , Thu half-yearly nieullng was held in llm J''lro Urlgatlo Hall, OhUlora, last night, Thoi'a wiih a good altundauco, Mr, L, S, Smith (i)i'unldont) wiih in ho uhalr, Thu preoldeut extended a hearty wulcomo to Mr. T, 13, ffarr, ru preuonlatlvo of thu ' Morning Mall,' and thought u groat eoinpllment had been paid lo tho lodgu by tho rupresen alive of siieh an lnlliiuntlnl paper be Ingi premiul. ? Mr. J, Hyland olidomed Iho remnrlcs nf tho president, and trust ed (hat a ro ?pt'esimtallvu would bu jivotfcnl al unoh muollng, On behalf of lilniHolf and tho pro prietors of llio 'Morning Mall,' Mr. Ji'iiit returned 'lliauhH lor tho welcome, .'I. liyau Wrote for cluuranao from Ohllleni lo Nowtown bvnnoh, Sytlnoy, —Left In hands of tho nocrolary, It was deelclod not to olTor a guiu'on loo of .CD towardu llio running of tlio A,N,A. anmiul folo, Thu gonoral NeoruMry forwarded oho(|uo lor £20 tor fuuorni expimm'H of ato member M. '0. HlohnrdH— Amount' lo bo paid ovor to wlfu ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
HOARD AN11 Ill'^SIDKNCli. Under thin heading ]''oiir(ecn Words I'rriJiiid nru chained KIXIMONCU ; i;ix iimcrlions 2/(1. ACOTTACi:, to I...I in David lilrect north. Apply (.J. Adams, 'Banner' oilier. ROOMS TO LET, with or without i board. Mrs. .Spencer, 'J.Wnseml sired. T.W/ANTI0D (n Kent, four or five W roomed (.'..tin,.... enilrully silu iifed in Albiirv. 'Tenanl,' 'Morn- 'ing Mail.' SITUATIONS VACANT AN!) WANTKI). Under thin hwuling l''ourteen Words Prepaid are charged S1XPHNOK ; nix iiiKcrlioim S/0. WANTHI) Good General Servant. Apply, Mm. .laeknon, Wymah Terrace, Olivi-strrel. WANTKD-lOxperienced Cook mid Lniindress. Apjily, Minn l-'lynn, Salutation Hotrl. WANTUI) AND GENERAL. Under Ihis heading Sixteen Words Prepaid nru dunged ONE SHIL LING ; nix insertions 4/0. V»1KI0, I'iiree Horn! Kaecr (now); HJ- mieriliee ; adjustable Handles. Kindly iiiKpect. Will Humble, Towns end-Htreet. C CONSULT V. llrown for Sniidhurst i Cup TO-DAY. 'IJjiOliNI) tho bent pluce in Albury for 11. .Joine...
A SPLENDID SAMPLE OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 25 November 1903
A SPLENDID SAMPLE OF WHEAT. Yesterday Mr. Owen Hickey, brother &nbsp; of Mrs. Mullavey, widow of the late Mr. Peter Mullavey, of Greenfield Farm, Bowna, brought to this office a splendid sample of purple straw wheat, grown in a paddock of 300 acres. The heads are about 6in. in length, each head contains from 75 to 80 grains of wheat. Sixty straws have been produced from a single grain of seed. Twenty pounds of seed wore sown, with 56lbs. of fertili- ser to the acre. The seed was worth 1/, and the fertiliser 2/6 per acre. The yield will equal 32 bushels, which will fetch, say, 3/ per bushel. The crop will be harvested with a reaper and binder, and when thrashed will yield eight bugs to the acre.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 26 November 1903
Nimbuti, winner of the Cup Mind ed nl H to 1, but our locnl sporls would ill und nothing else but Nimbus, und backed him so solidly llml :t und ?I to 1 wns the best price our wielderi) of Ihe pencil could lay, Chief, who has been whispered round by Caullii'ld loiils, nn the best of go,)d Ihingit, when Ihn money was put on him. I wonder whether he will re verse his Cup form and win Ihe lien digo Unnilieiip lo-day. Tho Chillcra horse, Cambridge, wan niicccHsful in winning the Dittlrlul, linn dieup ul Ihe llendii),:o ruceii yeslerdiiy, I\Io/arl, winner ol Ihe Hume Handi cap at Albury, Iiiih been (urned out for (I spoil, (I. II, (lute (iold liar) has been lalien In hand iignin ufler u lengthy spell nl llowlong.
ATTEMPTED MURDER. IN THE BANK OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 26 November 1903
ATTEMl'Tlil) MURDER. IN THE BANK OK ENGLAND, Mr, kemmlh Graliiinie, seerolmy of llm llauK of England, Tlircnilnrcdli' nt reel, hud a lucky cMcapo from iinsiin nluallon, II appcarn 1 1 ? nl. a ninn, iippmolllly liinani', gained ndnilt Inncii In 111' Govenioi' o( llm llunli »( Enivhilid'n wull Ing-room, wherein Mr, Gralninm wan, and, drawing a revolver, Mred 'I nhodi, happily wlllioiid ellenl, at Ihu iieeretary, Anslnlmico wan procured! and Iho would-liii murderer wan (alien lulo eilnlodv,
THE ANTHRAX REGULATIONS. MEETING OF PROTEST SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 26 November 1903
TIIIO ANTHRAX UKCIULATIONH,'' MKIiTINU Ol'1 I'Utl'IMOH'J' HUU (IIWTHI),' Iu Ihn rnporl ol Ihelr initial Alburv ' I'Nii'lnlghlly Mnrkel on Tuenduy hint, Meiuirn, (iliaii, I-, (IrlllHh nnd Co, illnln , --'Owing lo (Im rentrlelloiin iliiformidt by Ihe Slunk llnpiuliiieid ol Vlelorla wllh regard l.o Iho anthrax regUlil I Ioiih, I lie Vlelorlan bllleheni' rtlld gi'a/.lern (ol wboin Ihern wim II blp; nl IoiiiIuiiit), were iiiiablo lo bid lor nioiil' of I Im nliiek yarded, mi only Ihonn from prupcrlli'ii tillualed (in llm easl nidi' ol Ihn rallwnv Hun were elll'Jhle lo iMMiiii lull. Vlnlorlu. Ill i'iiuiii'i|0eiien nf I IiIh, and llm Inel thill Ihern wun a \'ei',v full nlipply of bntll fnl iiheep nml chIIIii, prlcl'ii wen. iioinu. whal eniiler,', Nolleen In regard lo mil Inn-, liileeled dlnlrlclii worn iini'ved on Albury nlni'h niM'iit.i on Ihe Illtll Inn!,, mul II wun reported on Hal III' iluv llml llm Vlnlorlaii Chlel IlinpeollH' of'Mloek wan nlioiif lo modify llm vox alloilii ri'iiulnlli...
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEWIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 26 November 1903
IMPORTANII' TO IIOU.SI'IWAV ICH. ' Hounowlvi'ii lire keen Judgeii of vallio, and ul, llmi'ii lilm thn preiielil when limit' piii'duiiiing power in clirtutlod limy nni ijulek In nncerlalnlnK wheru Ihev emi |iel Ihe inoiil, for Ihelr molioy - hence Mul'ir (Ironery ncpnrliiiollt linn been llinni|;i'il during Iho punt low dnyn. Wd ivoidd nlriiiiffly iidvliin Ihonii ol our reailorii who huvo nol, ulroudy doiin . no lo nccuin Hiiino of tlm baicKalnu . without, delay,