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A SEAMAN DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
A H HAM AN DHOWNKD, An luqueiil eoiiei'rnlll|.( I lie (lea III ol a yoiiujf (leniiiin, named Olio Tnl/iier, a iieaiunn on Hie llnmlilim iiteamer Apolila, wan held to-day, II appearn Hint on the IHIh Innl, deecaned anil unollier iiallor went lor a rnrouiie In Him city. Tal/uer, who wan ihunli, at templed to reach the nlilp, but, lell lulu llin Yarra, and wan drowned. The Illnlrlet Coroner l)r, Cole) n ? riled the following venllel, 'That on or about November It), Illllll, al. Mel bourne, dceeaned wan drowned In Him Kiver 'i' a i i'ii, There In no Mvldenceln nlinw how ho /[ot lulu (ho water,'
CHARGE OF SHOPBREAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
CHARGE Oh' SIIOI'BRIOAKING, Cleoruo Don/jinn, (iharlen Ryan, Al bert- i'ntlenion, and Albert llniadeu, were ehartfed at I ho I'orl- Melli(i\irnn CollH, to-day, with brcaluni; into the ii I ore of William licmlull, ol l.alor ill reel, and nlenlllii; one nllver waldh, two nowliii; iiiachlueii, n (putnllty of linen, mid other urllelen, valued at .CIO, lOvldeiice wan |;lvcii iiliowlnp; Hint Hie acouinxl had allempld to din luine ol the nloleii ailieleii lo neveral oral people, and they were eoiunillli'il lor trial, ball liclnir llxed at- .C'.Ti each,
SENSATIONAL TRIAL IN BERLIN COUNT AND COUNTESS ACQUIT. TED OF FRAUD. "DEATH BLOW TO TRIAL BY JURY." [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
SIONSATKINAI, TIIIAI, IN III'lllLIN, COUNT AND COHNTI'ISS AIHJIMT TIOI) Oh' KKAUI), 'DIOATII lll.OW TO TKIAI, II V JURY,' A prolrnclcd ami iieunallunal IiinI Hi. llerllu remilliMl In Him iici|iiIMiiI ol Hie ('mini and Connlcim ol Klunlechl, not their own an lie'r In Ihclr enlnlen [m a eliuiiie ol put Ilni; forward l\ ehllll III Wroblei'Wa. (Inrmaii Poland. Ciiuiuu'I [nr Hie pronccutioii innile a ' luont itnpiiMitlt mii(l aildienii, III which li» iU'lM Hint linlenii a veidlet ot ||iillly Were piiinouueed, Him death blow would lie |[lveii to dial by Jury. I'lti'lpi fnrci'ii of polled were lield In leiierve, In I lie evpcrlnl Un ol a eon vlellon, which, It wan [eiurd, would lead to a I'ollnli ileiiiniiHlratluii,
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Thursday. THE "A.B.C." CONSULTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
VICTORIA. MELnOUKNlC, Tliin-Hdi\y, THE 'A.B.O.' CONSULTATION, Tim line ol Xfif) imposed by the City Court Bench yen I en lay on John Chap man Holmes, in default, three monthii' impriHoimient, on a chnri'o ol illeirallv oHlnbliHliing a iichemo on the Aii.stral Wheel Race, by which prizen were to bd drawn lor by a mode ol chance, him not yet been paid, and Hid defendant him hern removed to I lie Melbourne (!nol, where ho will remain for Hie next Hired monthii, iinlenn the .CfiO line and eotitn me paid.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
SERIOUS ACCIDENT, To-day, a man named Arthur Dillon, employed nu a driver by Hauneu and Co,, wood inerelianln, of Spelieer-Ht., wun drivinir a nprinir dray loaded with wood aloni; City Road, South Mel bourne, when he (dipped from the cart on to the road. He iniHlained a frac ture ol the hIuiII and cououmiloli of tliu brain, No wan taken to ilui Jllel bourne Honjiilal, where he now lieu In a Homi-uueiiuncioun condition.
BREACH OF PROMISE ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
IMIOACU OK PROMISE ACTION. A' breach of proinlne ciiho, wlileli wan undefended, wan heard in Hie Kiml Civil Court lo;(lay, beloro the Chief illuitlce and a jury. Thd plaint IIF wan lOllen Anii'ilaiiia Kellv, ilomcnMu lier vaut, and the defendant John Joiicn, labourer, of l-'onler, (flppnland, I'lain lilt claimed XIOIH) damniieH, and the court awnrdi'd her . C !'_!(-. Aceoi'diui; lo plainl iir'n evidence, undilo familial1 Ity took place between her and delend ant, an a rctmlt of which a child wan born. Diilciidant had nil nloni; pio niliiod lo marry her, and while nhe wan livlni; with i(-latlvcn al llnmillon had written her nnveral lellern with out lrlvlnu; any hint that Im intended to break oil' Hie match,
FEDERAL VOTING PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 27 November 1903
FEDERAL VOTING PAPERS. It ih fairly certniu there will bo tor rlbln (rouble over tlm now stylo of yotiiifl- papurw tor tlio Federal olwUoiw. Why till! old Dlail of -'lnnnili(r nut. Iln nnmo of tlm candidate one did not want to votu for wan not atlherod to In, an Lord Dundreary would Hay, 'ono of -Uiohii things that no fellah ean undeiHtand.' It Heeinii, however, that Mr. Lvwin, who in rexpnumhlo for tho alteration, wanted evervthiag . brand «pankin«: new for tlm Federal eloctiono ?-tint Victorian method wan not good enough for him, ho that when ivu go to tlm pulling boolhs we nhnll bo ex pected to put a liii-(f(i X oppomlo tlio minion of thoHi! candidateH wo favor. 1 hIiiiII be a long way out of my reck oning if there Ih not an onormoUH number of informal voting papers; if not only from unweii put in tho Wronjr place. Then again, thoro is bound to be great eonfiiHiou ovor tho I'oIIh, while tallyincr will tako Hitch a long time that we 'need not oxpeot to get the rcturim for two riv ...