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CHINA'S PREPARATIONS. EUROPEAN TRAINED TROOPS. NINETY THOUSAND OFFERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

CHINA'S PREPARATIONS, EUROPEAN TRAINED TROOPS. NINETY THOUSAND OFFERED, Thu SliMlitlinl uoi'venpondont of the 'Dally ToioKi'aph' Mlaten that tho vlceroyii of monl, of tho provlnceii of China arc favourable to nu aclivu re iiliilnncu of Itunnlan aj.;[{i'eii»loii in Clilnn, II, in re|iorled Ihul, thlrloeu of them huvu made, olfuvii (d thu Dciwiikci' Kmprcnii lo nend troopii to light in Mnnohmin. Thu IroopM offered number 1)0,000 in all mid they have boon ulllolenlly ihllled by European olllceni.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENON. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENON, A peculiar utmonphoric phenome non wui obnnrvablo at 2 a, m, thin morning, and hinted for nomo 0011 Hjderablo lime. Tho nky in nil direo tionn wan lit up by frequent llauhou of lighluiiig, it often being an light nil day. lOxperlH uouhIiW that Ihi.i portend.! iiinere, heavy, and long con tinued rain,

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STUDENTS' DEMONSTRATIONS AGAINST AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

HTUDICNTM' DEMONSTRATIONS AGAINST AUSTRIA. Hliideiitn have held domoniilrallolin at Home, Genoa, Turin, and Palermo, owing to Ihu nut Inn of Amilrla In ro futilug lo enlnblli-h nil Itullmi Slato UnlvcriilLv. At luiibruelt or I'erolt there In nil opening lor a prlvutiy-iuipporlod Unl vernllv,

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DESPERATE AFFRAY IN AMERICA. BETWEEN POLICE AND BODY BANDITS. TRAIN GUARDS AND DETECTIVE KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

DIOMI'HRA'I'IO AFI'MIAY IN AME1M0A. BUTWEI'iN I'OIJCIO AND 1IODV IIANDITH, TRAIN (IUARDM AND 1)10 riOO'l'l V M KILLED, The pollen illneovered neur jAllllrr'n Mlulloii llm iilnmghold of Roeelii llcldi'iuner, behiliglliK lo u gang of hoily Immlltn, eharfjed will) uuven mm deni at (illleitgo, They captured tho town, niter two llemierulo Ilifhtn, wheru In llm minvdn of the guodi- train ami a doleollve weiu hilled, wllllu nmillicr dodiullvu wan wounded,

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GERMAN PRESS OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

GEHMAN 1'IIESS Ol'INIONa. German nownpapern otnto that cer tain uneaMinen.'i pievaihi in Ilirrlin Court, circled an to how tho recent operation on tho KaiKer will eventuiilo There i'h no miration that thuro In any dnnger to Iiirt Maje«ty, but tlio healing procemi hail given lino to un expected cmnpllciitionn rarely follow ing a tiiinplo operation for a no-called ' muger'n polypim.'

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

RAINFA1.L. Tho point 11 of rain recorded for tho preceding 2-1 hours' itwmod nt ths Al bury Telegraph Ollice, nt 1) p.m. yen torday, wore an follown :— 35 point.).

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. HIS LIFE THREATENED. ATTENDS AN UNCLE'S FUNERAL IN NEW YORK. AND IS GUARDED BY 500 POLICE EXTRAORDINARY PRECAUTIONS. DUE TO A GRANK'S THREATENING. EPISTLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

l'KESJDENT ROOSEVELT. HIS LIFE THREATENED. ATTENDS AN UNCLE'S FUNERAL IN NEW YORK. AND IS GUARDED I»Y C00 I'OLICE, EXTRAORDINARY PRECAUTIONS. DUE TO A CRANK'S THREATENING. EPISTLES. Vivo hundred - police nfo at prcnent ),mardiny Pri'iiidcut Uoonuvoll in Now York, whither he. went for tho pur poKit of utteudinj; Iho funeral of nn undo of hiu, Thviio extrnordinary prccniitiona cwu allribulcd by thu proHH to two thrcn tening letleni which tho 1'resident him received from porooiiH who mo uuppoa cd to bo iiiiinnu.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIVER GUAGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

B1VJ0K GUAQINGS. The Murray yoiiterday wan 21 1. 3in. above tiummer lovel.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITAIN INVADES THIBET. RUSSIA ALARMED. RECOMMENDS "PRESSURE" ELSEWHERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

BRITAIN INVADES THIBET. RUSSIA ALARMED. RECOMMENDS 'PRESSURE' ELSE WHERE, Tho 'Novoo Vrcinja,' a loading St. Polortiburg nuwnpupor, uinkcn rcferencu to thu action of Grunt Ilritnln in iieml In/,' a miiiiiion with nn armed escort of 3000 into Thibet. Jt remnrliii that if Iho British pro jectfi in Thibet, arc executed Groat Dri tain'' pn:ntij;o will bo completely re iitorcd in (hu eye/i of 500,000,000 Bud dhiMtii in Aniii, It nugjjeiilfi that tho bent way for Kiifima to amiint the. Thibutanii will bo to 'oxiTciiio a little prenuuro elncwhcro, tliud creatiiiR i\ diveniion dinajjreeablo to lUitliih politician.).'

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. J. H. PAINE'S COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

MR. J, II. PAINIO'S COMPLIMEN TARY SOCIAL. A meeting ol tho general coinmittco wan held on Friday night, in Day'n Commercial Komnn, to nmkc lurlhcr arrangeniontn lor carrying out tho aliovo on December 3. Mr. W. J. million occupied tho chair. Mr. Hugh M'Cutelicon wnn appointed to imppl refrenhmentn, etc., at Ihe Oddfellow.i' Hall, Kicwn-iitroot. A letter wnn to bo dent to Mr. T. IL lirillrili, M.L.A., nnd ex-mnyor, rc(|ucnl,ing him to tuko tho chair. Mr. I). S. Walnon wan np pointed vice-chairman, A very hand nomo addrenn, with photon of all innyorn during Mr. Paino'n occupancy of Iho oOico of council clerk will bo prcHciilod during the evening. It in expected that a largo number of townnpcople will be prenent. Tiokotu may be obtained from Mr. T, Allleck, tho hon, doc.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PANAMA REPUBLIC. COLUMN GOVERNMENT OBJECTS. TO UNITED STATES ENCOURAGEMENT. HAMPERING UNITED STATES CONSUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

THE PANAMA REPUBLIC. COLUMBIAN GOVERNMENT ' OBJECTS. TO UNITED STATES ENCOURAGE MENT. hamperingITnited states CONSUL. Tho Columbian Government actively re.'/eiilii tho encoiirnijement (jiven by tho United Ktaten to llio ureemiloli of tl\» State of Panama from tho Columbian Fediratlon, Columbian troonii, notlnpf undor oi1 tli.ri) of tlio Federal Governmunt, Imvo foroibly provunted Iliu United Htaten t'oiunii nl, CarthaL'ena, tho capital of thu Slnlo of Bolivni', from fioardiiif; tlio Brllinh Royul im\il Htuainvv Tl'util.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SUCCESSFUL STUDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

A SUCCHSSFUL STUDENT. Mr. Claude II. Griflith, non of Mr. T. It. Gtillith, M.L.A., hnn panaed hi.i final examination for tho diploma of Licuntinlo of Dcntnl Surgery, Auntra lian College of Delitintry, Melbourne, Mr. Grillith matriculated at tho Albury Grammar School nomo fivo yoiu'8 ago, and han gone through hin dentnl cournp without a singlo lailuro in nny nub Jcct.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAND FOR SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

LAND li'Oll HI0LI0CTION. II wan annoiiueeil 11 few ilayu ago lhat (ho A! I nl.it it of l.amlii h:i I'deelded In make a oouiilderabln area ol laud available for neltlemeul, eneh week noxl, January. It, In now nlnled Hint iliir lug lh,i week ended January 7, Kll.oHO acroi would be open for iich'ivllon, l''-u- Iho week ended ilaiiuiiry II, 110,851! acren will be thrown ' open, U2.(IO2 neren during Iho week ended January 21, and 01152 aeren In tho ln-H week of Ihe moiilh. The Mlnlnler for Liuidn anlli'iiiali'.i I lint an each weeli pnnncn over he will bo able In Inereuito Iho abovo arean lo niieh an extent lhat by Ihe end of I ho Inonlli al leant hall a million aeren of laud will bo plurnl ut Iho (llnpiinnl o( Intending i;eleclorn, It having been uiallolounh' reported (hat. Mr, Illgliiliollmiu, Deiillnl,, In abiiill to leave Albury, thai gentleman rcMtir.iln un lo ntnln Ihal, niieh In mil a (not. nnd lhat ho may bo ciiiinullml an hlliioHo, '

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES PARLIAMENT. CLOSE OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

NEW SOUTH WALKS l'AHLIAMENT. 1 s CLOSE 01' TllliJ SESSION. Thu iichhIoii ol. llm J'ni'llument of Now (Sowlli Wnlwi, NvlilcU i-loni'd on Thurn day nlglit, may lie mild, without any (oar o( etinli'iulletlon, to havo been tlm niont, barren and dlnorderly lu tho unnalii ol (ho Htnle. Thin In not to bo wondered at when II In eonnldered that (hiring tho hint five moiilhn (he tlovoriiinent linn been utterly inenp able of controlling Iho bunlueun of Ilin lloilno, A iiuilropolllan contempor my In reviewing Iho nennlon wrllen i— 'II wan hid Ihroiighoiit by a (Jo veriiinenl whloli, having tacitly re nounced Mllilnlerliil reiipouniblllly, found lln power ol conlrol cliallenf;ed null nlralucil al every point, The do veriimout never al. any nlago of (he nemdnn hud a iilralivlilnut uiajorlly be- hind II, btil when It nlood ut bay ngalnnl Ilie allaekn of Ilie Opponlllon, which It 110 oflen did, It accepted Iho glfl of vlelory alwayn nt the liamlii of Iho Labour party. lu Ihe euily (liiyn ol Ihe ni'...

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

TEMP KHATU RIO. The highc/it nlmrlo tfinpornlurn re corded at tl'.o telegraph oflico, Albury, HtUurdny, Vi degre™ ; Sundiiy, 81 d« grcco, '

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ITEMS OF NEWS. WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

ITEMS OP NEWS. WKATlIEIt FORECAST. Mr. II. C. Ruonell, (ho Now South Waleu Govr.-rnnii'iil Antronoincr, haa in niiod tlio following weal her fora-iiul lor to-day :- Hot northerly winds ; a nhort-lived iioiitlicrly on the con.it to-night ; more thuiidcrHtormii over an e.xtonnivo area between thin and Monday noon.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Sunday. THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF INDIA. HIS RECENT ACCIDENT. MAKING PROGRESS TOWARDS RECOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER.) 'LONDON, Sunday. THE COKMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF INDIA. HIS RECENT ACCIDENT. MAKING PROGRESS TOWARDS RE COVERY. Viscount Kitchener, of Khartoum and of tho Vaal, Ootmnauder-in-Chiof ol India, ih milking excellent, progremi towardn recoveiy from hin recent pain ful accident, whereby ho miolained u broken leg while 'riding alono near n tunnel.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FAR EAST. RUSSIA AND JAPAN. QUESTIONS IN DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

THE FAR EAST. RUSSIA AND JAPAN. QUESTIONS IN DISPUTE. A KtMilrr'u telegram from St. Peters burg wtntefi that Japan recog[iiiBeH that Riimiinn intereiilii arc dominant in Manchuria : .':hn inniulfi on tho nlli innto recogniliim of treaty righto, open portii, and tho integrity of Cliina, but leaven them in abeyance ; nho in ni«tn on the recognition of Jnpnn'H influenco in Korea, and tho opening of Yongainpho. Runnia reni'iln the latter, urging tho proximity of Yongampho, find itH Ktralegicol vi\lu«, which would threa ten her iiilcroHln mid complicate dilli cullieu in Manuhuria.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE JOHANNESBERG MINES AND THE LABOUR PROBLEM. OFFER OF 100,000 JEWISH NAVVIES AT £3 PER MONTH AND KEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

THE JOHANNESBURG MINES AND THE LABOUR PROBLEM. OFFER OF 100,000 JEWISH NAV VIES AT £'2 PER MONTH AND KEIiP. Tho ' Daily Telegraph ' iilnlcn that nn offer haii'beeii received for the imp ply ol 100,00(1 Jewii, lined to navvy work, who nro inejiarcd to Work in tho tluhnnncstK'i'K mineti for JC2 pel' month and board and lodijingn, Thin oiler him very much pcrlurbud the miners of thu Raud.

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KAISER'S ILLNESS. HIS RECENT OPERATION. UNDERCOING MASSAGE TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 30 November 1903

THE KAISER'S ILLNESS. HIS RECENT OPERATION. UNDERGOING MASSAGE TREAT MENT. The Emperor William II. of Germany in now undergoing manHCigo treatment for tho larynx and voico culturo,

Publication Title: Border Morning Mail And Riverina Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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