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WODONGA. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
W0D0N0A. ' ' ^ ? . (I'rinn Our Own Onrrwipondunl,)' Tluii'stlny, Tlm went her lii-cluy hns bot'ii vofy hii try, bill this evening it olmngo to rnln HUdiim Io bo working up, You tor tiny Wiis, very hot, tlm Iho iihndo rend, bur bo bur III). Tho Irnmtfer of I he Heon.io for tint Ti'l'iiilniw Hole) fnim Men. Oarkeeli („ Mi'i Ci'iiwford wiim granted loday, ami nuntliiueerii' lleiinwrn |(, iMniiirii, ',1, (I Mhlnlds und It, II. Hmylh, A man called Hwauii, who followi'il tlm ofimpnllou of boolinaker, has de parted to frenh lleldii. The mii'lil'o parly held bv the l(o. limn Culhi'lle Cluiirh In iho Mhlro Hall Wits u great inieeesii, but I have mil heard llm renult of the prizes yet, A good mnny people are milterlng from 'bung' eyen lliroiigh Iho Illns, null llm iiloeli gel no pence In Ilii'pnil' doeks, bolnij kepi on tho move all tiny by Ilienu pontii,
THOSE SACRED ASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
those sAortnn ashes. Our orlokoters nro UHiklng Hoinuwlinl bluo nl tho pronounced micoeiisos of tho vliiltlng lOnglsh team, A one In nings ben I Ing Is not Dm sortol thing oil mil' Vlulorin or Now South Wah'ii rollshoM, Tho ohooslng of (ho Aim trullnn Eleven for thu test matches In uwultod with tho greatest Inturest Thero wns, loo. tiulto n sign of relief In orli'kollug ulrelcs when It breamo linowu (lint there was ovory possib ility of '.Hunli Triimblo playing ngaln, 'Iho Englishmen nro very oonlldenl of Inking buck the 'snored ashes' wllh them when limy return to their own aounlry, but tako my word for II, wllh (ill their bowlln/r ulrengtli— nud Iliev urn very strong in thin dopurlinout Ihey will Imvo Io iilav as hard as over I hey did In their lives lor*mako good I heir t|iilel boast, (l|em Hill Is In rare balling form, while other prominent Inter-Slain players nro rapidly eomlng Into form, The e.vello moll I will be great when Iho tent inaloh Is played In Melbouruo on Now \ etir...
THE VEGETATION DISEASES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
THE VEGETATION DISEASES ACT, During tlm last fow days wo hnvo had qullo a number of fruitgrowers In Melbourne, You might nlno iind thorn up nl tho olllco of tlm Minister of An r ouiiuro, wnom tlioy linvo boou per slHtenlly Intorvlowlng, Thoy all com plain thnt tho inspection) provlsloim wllh roiftird Io black spot nnd olhor friilt dlHcnoes nro too drastic— (Jm( I'nroloss groworo mid thoim who honoHt ly try to oomplv with tho Aol nro tronlctl nllko, Tho Mjnliitlir luis pro inlHod to confer with tlm Dlrcotor of Agriculture on tlm matter. In tlio mount lino he him united inn to point out Hint llm solo doolro of his dopnrl-' manl in Io -forward (ho lutorontu of Iho fruit-growers of Viotorln, Ho points out tlml now thnt tho produoln of this Slnlo Imvo noma Info favour ngnln In, the London market, ovi'i'y imi'Vii «Jioulrl bo dtrnluqd (o hold (ho ground wo hnvo regained. 'Thoro will bo lots of money In tho fruit, ex port trndo boforn mnny moro yours luive down, ndds tho Minister.
ALBURY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
ALBUM IIORTKJULTUHAIi SOCIETY, A meeting of tho committee nml subscribers of the above society was held lost evening in tho Council Cham bers. Present— Messrs. T. T. Mollov. (m the clmir), L. 11. Diary, (i. V. Wil son, J. Del), tl. 11. Sidling, and .). JO. K Followcs. After confirmation of tho minutes of (lit last meeting, (he ehaumaii stated that at 'the last meeting i| v.a'f found that there wes a dolioil. of about ,C(i for the past year ; and it was con sidered advisable to call a mooting of, llio members to nay whether they should carry the society on, or not. The secretary had been in-ilnieled to prepare a balance sheet, which would show the exact position of the society. The secretary rend the statement of n-eeipls and expenditure, and liabilities and assets, winch showed a debtor ba lance of X'(i/()/!l. Tho chairman said thai (hose pro sent now knew (heir e\act posit Ion, and it wns in their haud'i to Bay what should be done. In their regulations they had a proviso laying tha...
HOWLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
HOWLONG. Frcr.'. Our Own Corri'Kjiondont. Sir. W. Johnson, the candidate for the Hume electorate in the intcresiB of tho Lribour party, addressed a meet iuL' of electors in the, billiard loom of the Court House Hotel laiit night. Mr. Fowler occupied thu chair. Mr. John .son npoke for upwiirdn of two hours, explaining the ueven plunks of tho platform labour members worn pledged (o support. IJo condemned bolh .Sir Wm. Lyuit and Mr. McLean. In ans wer to' questions, Mr. Johnson said he would support either tho Pcnhin Ministry or Mr. fleorgo Reid, which ever gavo his party tho best assist ance towards currying their pro gramme, to a successful issue.
WODONGA COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
WOIIONIIA COUNTY COIIHT, Two ens ? ire Hided fur the iiexl nil line; on December Sill, vl/.,, Slilililln v, O'NIel for slander I llm plnlntlir, nlnleii Mint, ilefoudiinl accuscil him uf nleiillng n belisl, Holll imrlleii to Mm hi I Ion nro i'i'ildenli. '1 Hnuily Creek. 'Hie nceimil ciimii 1,i Mull of Iho iMiuisey- llmilii (!oiii|inii,v iiMlllnnt n lucid fat' iner lui' Mm recovery) ol a phiti|(li.
TOBACCO LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
TOIIACCO LICKNSIdH, An Iho lime hnn expired for llm re newal uf lli'oiisi'H for Hie iinlo uf tu« liiieeo, mid a number uf Iho local vend ors liud uncjliiolcil lu renew, Iliopolleii' miner iiisiruolloiiii, viniioii nn niniiry dcfnullei's In lids ri'specl, nu Wedlieii dny, mul limn Innued a uiiiulior of iiiiiiiinoiisen iiijiiIiiiiI. Ilinin, The nnnnn will probably come on for lii'iirlng at. Mil' local eniirl curly lies I Week,
MR. JAMES BRYCE AT SALFORD. PREDICTS AN EARLY DISSOLUTION. GOVERNMENT TO BE MET BY AN ABSOLUTELY UNITED LIBERAL PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
MH. .JAW US 1IRVCI0 AT SAbKOIil). 1'KliDJCTS AN KAHLY DISSOLU TION. UOVICUNMHNT. TO UK HOT I!Y AN AHSOM'TKIA' IJK1T10D LIIIKIIAL PAUTY. The .Hi. lion, .innicH liryco, Liberal member for Aberdeen .South, who held ollieo under Mr. Chidslono nnd Lord KoHcbeiy, in an nddrcss nl Salford, (leclnreil thai Ihn roming election could nol long bo delayed. Thn date, ho said would depend upon when the head of Ihe Covernment, who was outside the Covormiienl, wires hin orders. Continuing, Mr. llrycc said that whon tho Prime lubiinler did ask King ICdwnrd lo dissolve Pnrliamcnt, ho would bo met by un absolutely united Libornl party.
UNITED STATES SHIP BUILDING COMPANY. £10,000 BRIDE OFFERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
UNITKU STATUS Sill I' HUILDlNCt COMPANY. CII),(Kll) .UUIMK ()I''I''K1(KD, The e.orreiiiiondeiici! in conileotlon wiih Ihc application for the appoint mi'iil of nu ollicinl reci'iver in thu United States Ship Building Com puny, has been inude public, Some of the letters show Hint Mr, Curl Schwab tried to bribe Mr, MInoii, tho president of the company, by oll'ering him 'J00,l)00 dollars if hu would accept his (Mr. Schwab's) iiohenin for the rcorgiinisution ol thu company,
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEWIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
IMI'OKTANT TO 1 ICHIW10WIVKH. Ilousowlves arc I, cm judges of vulllo, mid ul Union Ilkn Mm present when (linlr pui'ehnninir power In oiirlullud limy nro inileli in ascerlalnlng whore limy can got, Iho most for their money --honoo Muli's' (Iroeery l)ii|inrlnmnl Iiiih been Ihroiificil ilm'lii|.; Mm pirnl few duyii. Wo would stroni'Jy uib'lso Ihoso ot our rendi'i'ii \vlin have not nlremly dnim so lo scoiirii hoiiio uf Iho Imrgnlun wlthiiut (Inlay, ''
JACQUES LEBAUDY AGAIN. FREAK OF A PARIS MILLIONAIRE. A REPUBLIC IN THE SAHARA. THOUSANDS OF RIFLES PURCHASED. MERCENARIES BEING ENROLLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
iTACQUKS LI'lISAUDY ACA1N. .h'HKAK Oli1 A PAULS MILL1ONAIUK. A KI'U'UHLIO IN Till'! SAIIAHA. . THOUSANDS OK IMIt'LIOS PUIt O1IAHKD, . jMIOHOKNAHIMH IVIOINC ICNitOLLIOI). M. iiae(|iii-» I.eliaudy Intends In con I luiio his seliemi' for Iho cMliiljllslinient uf n ri'publlo lu (ho Saluvrn, M. Lobiuidy wan reported hi Juno last (o have annexed Mm Allnnllo eoiiiil uf Morocco between Capo Hojador und Capo .Inly. Pnriidnii nownpnpcru look a humor oilil view of lids incident, and claused It. iih the ' I'Youk of a I'arln Million ulre,' A Inter paragraph In the Paris jour uul, 'Lo Toiupn' tit (licit hmi M, Lo liniidy had proclali ? I hlinsolf Km peror of Iho Salmra, The mutter noonm to have boon dropped till recently, when 11 wan mi nnuueed that M. I.ebaudy, wllh Ihn ni'iiinlauco of a Thames gun running syndicate, In shipping Ilioiiiiiiudn of mo dern rllles, nlso a number of mnxlmii nml Hold nunn, In Iho grnnd ('inmrlcii for iiiio In the Snhuru, M, Lebiuuly is recriilllng an nrmy lu Swltzi'i'...