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CHILTERN. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 28 November 1903
CIIILTEllN. From Our Own CorrcNpondent. Frldav. It will conic iih a HiupnHii to many and a shock to Home, to learn that Mr,. V. Croueher, mmiager of the (lol don liar Quart/, (i.M. Co,, has tendered to tlm company hm ronlgnuHon, Mr, Croueher has been mmmger from thn birlh of the Golden liar. His genial... and Htraighl-forward (|Ualitien havo (rained him many friendii locally. It is lo be hoped the (lircetorn will not accept hi« reiiignntion, iih a man of his integrity ciuumt. nlwayn bo lound. General regret in oxpremicd at thu AlewsiH. .1. F. Drown and Co. havo negotiated a niicccsiiful nail, of import ami local properly. Mr. W. MoKonzhv of Olive Hills lOs'lnte, has puriihaHcd to-flay, through the above linn, 'Fox- ton I'.'slulc,' at llarnawarllia, from Mr, Charles Smitli. Tlm homestead, eonnlnling ,,f |],| m.,.,,H- brought .Cli} per acre. Corowa Deep Lead G.M.C, reporlH : -Lower level reef drive extended 20ft in hard rock ; total, (iOOft, North drive from top of rine, 37ft ; total,...
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEWIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 28 November 1903
IMl'OUTANT TO IIOUSF.WIVEB. HoiiHiiwIvcn me keen Jlidgen ol villlln, uud ul, times like Ihn presenl. when, their purchunlng power hi ourtiiliod they am inilek lu niici'i'lalnlm.' where Hicy can eel, llu, most for Ihelr money - lienen Mnleii' (Irorery Depm'linont hun bi'i'ii Ilirougi'd during (ho pant few . dnyii. We would nlrongly iidvlno Ihone of ' our renders who Imvo not already domi no lo Hi'curo some ol the bargain', wilhoul delay,
CHILTERN RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 28 November 1903
CHILTIOItN KACING CLUH. The commlllen'meeHng of the above club wa.i held (o-nighl, Prciienl— Mr I''. \-\ Woodward (I'rcsldcnl), and Mennrn. It. Daellnh. G. 10. Whllehead. W. A, Aiulcr.'i/m, ,1. Tanner, .). Gul higher, T. llrann, W, llurhe, II, 0. Cunniin, A, Mohm, 10, II, llodgnou, mid ii. llriinu (Seerelary.) Tlm iiccrelary gave hlu report ro hlu vlnll (o Albury uml Wudouga In con neclioii wilh the wholenali, dlnipmlllle nl Ion of joeki'vn at Corowa, Alburv wrote llml limy had since had a meeling lo ilhicusti Urn ipienll ? but nn I hey hud heard I hat tl ? i- WUU all appeal lodgeil agalnnl Him (kn'owa lie eisl ? limy would lake no action In Hut mallei' ul preneul. Wodonga VM'olu Ihal I hey would lake no, au Hon. Tlm coiumlllei, agreed lo let the mill ler slnnd over for Him presenl, Mr, Hodgson moved, mul Mr, Anderson seconded, Ihal Iho club olll rials approach Ihe llalfllidldny An noelullou uud auk Ihem lo proclaim Saturday, ilmniary '2, 11)01, a publlu holiday. Carried,
APPLICATION FOR A POSTAL VOTE CERTIFICATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 28 November 1903
APl'fil CATION ]i5OU A POSTAL VOTU - ' OlOHTIlflOATK Slntn of (here limort tho' luuno of Stnte), Td tho nulurntng' Olllcier JOlcoloial Division of (hero limcit name of dlvi hIi n), I (hero slate. Christ Inn names, sui mimes, iilacu of Hying and oi.uupation) hereby npply tot n poHtnl voting fci tllluute, 1, .1 nm nn elector on tlm electoral roll for Hie division (hern Insert, the name of dK'Islou) lo vote at (hem in Hurt nmim of polling place), 2. Tho ground on which I npply lor llio eertllfcnlo In (hero Btnto ground), ,'l, I request, that Hie poulul vole cor 1 1 lien to and tho postal ballot paper for Iho iSeuute and Hid J louse of Itopro mnintlMH, oi oKliei, as maj ho n null o(l, may ho fonvmdid lo mo at (liuio ntulo lulduns whole jinptiH i io to ho foiw aided) Dakd thin dtty of 10 (Bliinulmu) N 11— To be slgmd In tho inisdue of li iDtmnlng oll|iui, ulouloinl loglntuu, jUHtlcu of Hid pwio, Hthool tineliii oi a pciHtnuinlm, , t On got I Ing Hin nppllditlon ^ I and. cl llio \otei \ul...
VOTING BY POST. WHO MAY EXERCISE THE PRIVILEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 28 November 1903
votincj nr post., lvjio. srAY ioxJsnoisE tjik PUIVIMMK Tito Kedonil ISleetornl Aot piovideH olaboiato facilities for voting by post, It biij'h llmt any elector— (uj wlio has I'umiori (o hoilovo Hint ho will on poll ing day ho moio than * five milis fiom tho polling place for which ho Ih en rolloil j or : (u) who, being a woman, bellovoH Hint hIio will, on account of Ill-hotilth, ho unable on polling day to' iittond.llio polling place to vote ; or (o) who will bo prevented by nerious Illness or Infirmity from nt lending (he polling plncn On polling day, may aftei' tho ihhuo of tlio writ, ami before poll lug day, make application in Hie lot in It 111 the Hcliedulo to the iclutuiug ofllcer for llio division in which he lives for a postal vole eei'tltlcate. It will ? bn- noted Hint Hie pon-lnl voter intiHl npply between l!!lid JMuv ember mid Kith December hi otdit lo gain hin of hor poHtitl voting i«1(mt j mid uhio that ho or hIio must till in a form, of . ' whleh llio following in a co...
DREDGING AT BERRINGA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 28 November 1903
DREDGING AT BERRINGA PARK. At the Warden's Court at Yackan- dandah yesterday, the application of Mr. Degarlai, for the lease of 326 acres of land, situated at Berringa Park, near Huon Station, was grant- ed by the Warden, the owner of the land being allowed £25 per acre; the &nbsp; Warden remarking that it was some of the best land he had ever seen. £10 costs were allowed the applicant. It is the intention of the applicatn to put six New Zealand bucket dredges at work as soon as possible.
AFFAIRS IN JOHANNESBURG. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903
AFKAIKH (N ilOllANNIWmnUI, lly thu laid mall anolher batch uf iT.rrcnpoiiilcuco him reuohed mo from .lohamtcnhiirg. Tlio Hand ' Dully Ainll' heiuln an arllelul 'llulreueli- ment all lluiiiiil-(!nvonimenl, nroiienul 1 ii it new policy wllh thu Ulmonl, Vlgnilr -Civil Hcr.vlco Hlalt reduced lhri.U|(h nut llio nynloiu ? The Iluemployi'il pro I loin-- ?Di'pVivinlm; rniulll limn pi'ovalllng In ilnhannenburg,' My ronwpiiiideiil, willen i- -'We, nn well an you, are ho ginning In Miiller. Foi' lleaveu'n nalio ,,,.| l.oid Mllncr lo Aunlralla an (lo veiuorlleneral, We don't wnnl him ' The article from Ihn 'Mall' miyii Ihnl. Hie dlnmlnnal nt nn ninny men from Hie Civil Heivlco linn canned a grave glut In (he Infill luhniir inuikel, Then ni/aln, llm bulhllng bnnm, whli'li han li.iled ever nlueo the deehirnllnii ol poaei', hi ? ubnlded. Tho mlui'ii are alno dhiohfirgliig i»rl l/.mn». One mine dlnmlmied 'JM eui'|iimlern. In ndillllnn, the appllciilloh!! al Iho Labour Hur eau wein veiv numeioun, nu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903
SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED. Unda (hin heading Fouilien Woidu Pnpaid am (luuHid SIXPENCE j »k iii'cilioiiu 12/(i. WANTED -Gi ni ml ,Sii\ant, Mm bi In nun, Dian htiicl. WAN'lED, Sninit, Rmpcctublo Miiinj. Gnl (iindii 20) to nimiHt with bin, lmu.ottoik. 'Fidelity,' 'Mnil' oIIili WANTED -Hlmdy jounff Man Maiitii iniploMiienl, Butohciing, iSliopiniin, oi can Hluughlei, 1C ycuiBf o\|)i i lemv. Jlighcnl nfi icntcB : wnneH modeiate. Kindly njiply, W, II, 1'iou Ion, Uurrown. yy ~a m'lTli u , - Mnn wllh Bade Dolivoiy lo CUT n Mimll Paddock of TIiIhIIpm, Apply ' CHAS. L, GRIFFITH & '(JO. , ? Donii-slioot. WANTED, MAN, undoinlnudii REPAlIUNa Biiikuvo Bmdei, Alno, CAl\r.':NTHIJ, udcd to nmwi and uiiiw| (unbai j Unco montlui' work. T11OS. KEIfillRAN, Doodle Cooma, Ilenly, ? ? N.H.W. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. Under thin heading l''our|,een Wordu Prepaid mo ohm-Rod SIXPENCE 1 nix innertioim !!/'? BOOMS TO LET, with or~wlthout ' board, Mm. Spencer, Townuond Htreet, WANTED AND GENERAL. Under thi...
MR. DEAKIN STRICKEN DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903
MR, DKAK1N STRICKEN DOWN, II, in unfortunate that the Prime Mininler nhould have been nlrieken nown with Illiiemi right in Iho Illicit of llio light, Inlhieii/a, however, in mi renpector ol pernonn. lt« germ in, indeed, inn I about an much cunmopoli Ian an anything can well be in itn un welcome allentionn. lln layn hold nl the rich nnd Iho poor, medical man and layman alike, i'lelly well every llflh man one mecln in nuU'ering miiro or lenn from the prenont complaiiil, The doclorii nay Ihln In duo to tho very changeable weather we have had lately --hoi, In the morning mid cold at, night, II you ank a man lo lake a drink nownduyn Ihu ehancen arc ho wll nny 'Thankn ; mine'n nmmnnialcd ipiinine,' Men like the Prime Mininler, ?iho nro i|iilek and ncrvouu and prone to 'rag' llieiniielven a lot are enpccl ally iMinceptllilu to Inllunn/n, Dr. Cm vel'll Iclln mo that Mr, Di'iiklu han lint a very nhnrp nl tack—no nharp. Indeed lhal, ho will have to take care of him nell for norno tlmo to cumo...
MR. TRENWTTH'S CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903
MR, TRUNWITH'S CANDIDATURE. Mr. Tronwllh inny bo termed the Federal Froo lauce, Llko tho luuiulicru ? f Hie Coiiaii Doyle'fi While Company, he In t runt hur to hln own good I'm leetinninf iiword ami Labor nhleld, Tho Traden' Hall nolllleal council will have none of him ; hln caudldnluro pill ii In danger their own uomlueen ; Iho Government have already I no many caudiilalen, while Ihn oilier nido -ioidd not,, ol iMiurne, 'I ouch him with n pitchfork. Vet, there in a nlroiig imprcHnlim lhal, Mr. Trenwllh will poll a very heavy vole. Mont people I have ? pokon lo Intend to iflvo 'Treiiny' ono vlile, or nay they (In- Iho ballot box, you neo, onnblen eleelorn lo lie like gan inelcrn. Ho han, Inn, a large number n( Hlnln memberii u» eaiivivimcrn, Several ol Ihene mounted Iho pint form at hln men! Ing al Richmond u night, or two nlucc, (Inn eannol, ul coiirne, ciilinl on proinlned volen, I am re minded ol one candidate for the Stale I'arllaiiienl nome yearn niuco, who had enough pronilncn...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Sunday. BALACLAVA CONSTITUENCY. OPPOSITION TO SIR GEORGE TURNER. NO SUPPORT FROM FREETRADERS OR PROTECTIOISTS. CONTEMP[?] TACTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903
VIOTOBXA. *'''' ? »'0'' ? -— * (ny sricoiAi, whim.) ]''i(iili Our Own CmTiwpondpiil. MIOLHOIJHNE, Sundny, IJALAtU.AVA CONBTlTUlilNUy, OPI'OSITJON TO SIR CM0O1KII0 , ? ;.. TUltNIOIl, NO HtlPl'OHT FROM FRIillOTRADEUH OH PUOTEOTIONIHTH. CONTIOMl'TIIILE T.UITICS, It Irniinplrcn Dial llm eandldato wholn It In propiineil Id lilil (nrwnrd I o oppoiin llm Treaiiiit'er (Sir (lonro,o Turner) ut llalaohiva will nellhen le colve llm nuppoi'l, ol li'coilrailern uiir priileelliiulnln at Iho approiichlnn; 1-V(|- oral elect limn. Sir Geoigii hliiinnlf rr|(n!(lii llm eau lllilaliire nl hln opniiimiil, liiorely an an iilli'inpl lo liinko Iilm npeml money hi ch.'ulloli o,v|iciinon,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903
MEL. B. SPUBB. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. MONDAY AND TUESDAY NOVEMBER 00 AND DECEMBER I. POSITIVELY TWO NIGHTS ONLY. MR. IIIEEBHlifcT B^LEMMiNG ^ ill Iuim i\* ),om;iii of pu (iitiug i #®%Y '' Aj1.;1'1]^^:^ \ 7/ \ ' / /T-f '» '?' ' ) '» i /?( ts;L',i'» '; .'j '», \% %\ _A-^' '? ! ssra^1 'z j:: ~:r .ir: :£il HI ''. '-r ? ,' I MEfc.G!L8l?©fi&\. H BKiiua*^''— i''- ? i1- -u ? -'M.ui.Xii III hin Eutiiely Oiigmal, Humoiouii, Diamadi and MhiikrI r.nleiliiiiiment, An (ji\i ii h\ him fin mil VOOt) I'ii fonnaiKC1, at Til 10 LGYPHAN ll\l,f,, LONDON, ciiVNor, or pkoghamme evfry evlnino. Priiv!i-:i/, '2/, 1/ Doom opi n at 7 10, (oiiiiiiiniinK at8 10. Tho Boj Plan now opin al l)hikiii',ulnio mud may bo booked for tho two nights CLAUDE H. ^HAlTll, Aihnmi- RipiihonUili -o. H. S. MITCIII4JjIi Paintoi1 and I'.iptM'liiin^oi1 It.Lr,(JTRIl! BELLS Fixed and Supplh d, and all ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES RE PAIRED. Drop him n pout card, SMOLLET STREET, ALBURY.
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. BREAKING UP MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903
OUR MEIiBOUttNK LGHKR. From Out Own CouuHpomlvut. DREAKINd UP MEETINGS. Tho rowdy mob who broko up Mi. Deakin'n mictini, me plainly aiting un der1 conccilid auangiiiKntH. Tho Traden Hall people nay they have no thing to do with the airuir. All tho name, it in nigmlii ant (hat Iho quoi tionn linked and the iulcrjeolioim mado at both Mr. Dcrhnin'M and Colonel Tuniplolon'.i miilnign liiuo homo a Ktrong family likenenn, All ncem (o have emanaled from I he Labor propo ir-uiilinln entablinhml at the corner o Lvgon-ntrei I anil Vuloiia utii 1 1. 'Hwi'iiliTii,' 'Illoalid t'lipitalinln,' 'Eiieiiiy of Hie woiklninnnn/' 'Blood nuelier, nnd all Iho ollm n(eiiol-ped tennn of iiliiiuu have been hurled' at Iho fated lour chonon by the Em ployero' Federation nn their eaudidatei) (or tho Senate. Riti|ie«lublo olcotoni, no mutter which nido they are on, are deprecating Ihcnc (aetien, whirh nn certain to do labor more harm than good. 'Fight hard but light lair,' in Iho motto people would like lo neo e...
CHILTERN. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903
CHILTEEN. From Our Own Corrnnpondont. Saturday. Tho malinger of Ihn Chillern Valley Connolldaled Gold Minn rcporln th'e gold yield for tho fortnight n» 107or, 'Idwln. ' At a ntownrdn ineollng held Im modlalely after tho race oomndlleo'ii mooting on I'Vidny night, Iho lollowlng appoinlinenln were made ;— Chairman and judge, Mr, F, F, Woodward ; Ntarler, Mr. J. Gallagher; clerk ol ticnlcn, Mr, J, Tanner ; olllelal men nuror, Mr, W. Burke ; olliclal (Inm keepor, Mr. K. Keliholl ; olork ol coin-no, Mr, 1). M'Lean, Mr, William llryanl, relorrod to lu vcnlerday'o paper, in not iniprovlnir in hiMillli, Ilo wan I alien to llm Wan gnralla Honpllal thin morning. Tho Hov, Falher O'Connor, who loll, icro recently In Illlienllh for the rinlii biiioun broe/itn of Quneniicilir, in nald to be Improving, II, in lo bo hoped ho will bo rentored to hln charge noon, Mr, M'Swiney, ol llm Star Hotel, alno loft hero tor llm benellt ol hln mallh, Ho went lo Melbourne, and in improving, Mr, I', Sliibbn, of O...
SIR JOHN SEE. THE QUALIFICATIONS OF A PREMIER. SEVERE STRICTURES ON THE MINISTRY. "PREPARING A FINANCIAL DELUGE." [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903
SIR JOHN SEE, 'DAILY MAIL' COMMENT. THE QUALIFICATIONS OF A PRE MIER, SEVERE STRICTURES ON TIIE MINISTRY, 'PREPARING A FINANCIAL DE LUGE.' Tho ' Daily Mail ' nayii that tho Premier of New South Widen, Sir John Son, forgolti Hint honenly in not a imlllcleut (lunliucntiou for a ruler ; but capable admiiiHtration, forcHlght, nnd Dome primary knowledge ol liiinncoH, The Minhitry, tliu journal continu.'H, have been living upon loniiH, lavinhing money on unproiiiinllvo worlni, nml preparing n llnauclal deluge,
CYCLING. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903
CYCLING. (BY SPECIAI, WIRE.) MELBOURNE, Saturday. Tho committee ol tho Mclhoiiiuo Ilicyolo Club mot. thin morning to di.i 1'iiiin wholhor thoy would run through their llrnl day'n prograinmo of tho AiiHtral meet ing, Aftoravinit to tho ground Iho com iiilltc thought that (ho grnnn track wan unlit to rido on, owing lo Friday'11 rain. Tho turl wan very heavy, and, therefore, tho rinlin of accidentn would bo great, and It wan decided lo pont poiin lo-day'n prograinmo until tho end of tho lull prograinmo, Next Sa)tfiir.day lhe,Au.ilral Wdieel Race healn will bo nm through, be nidon other ovonbi, The M.ll.C. Plato and tho Common wealth Scratch R.iocn, which Wero to havo been run to-day, will bo run 011 tho Saturdny lollowlug tho Aunlral llnal.
CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903
CORRYONG. From Our Own Correnpondent. Tho llrinl concert of I he Corryong Munical and Lilernry Conipotitiomi took place in tho Athi'imeum Hall on Wednendav, November i!5, to a fair at r'udnnce. The hall wan pneked dur ing all Iho pcrformanee'i, nhowing 1ho great, interent taken in Ihem. Tho pro violin onen were held on November lUlli, 13lh, and Mlh. Rev. Mr. Lahore, llio Pronbyterian Mininler, took tho chair, and needleon to nay, fullWIed hln many dulieii nplendidly, Mr, Bedford, a gentleman from Mel bourne, in the piano buniuenn o! Memirn. Hut Ion and Co., acted an munical judge, ami, I believe, in nome of the literary work, Iho Rev. Mr, Wonley, Iho Church of England Mlnin lor, nnd Mr, Lahore, alno acted an judged, logelher wllh Iho Slato Hohool Innpeolor, Mr. Parken. The prl/en worn dinlriluited after the luiU. half ol tho programme, Minn Toinliun no cured the hlghenl number of mavkn for Iho bent recitation, 'Jullol'n Solilo iiuv.' for which nlio received a inild medal, a nilver m...