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MARKET REPORTS. (BY SPECIAL WIRE.) MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
jmarket iii^roirrs. (BY SPECIAL WlIiF,.) MELDOURNlfl, Monday. Wheat to-day was back. For prime, H/-1 i -»»t«. Algerian, 1/7 ; feed, 1/-1 lo I/a ; hIoiiI. while. 1/10 lo »/ ; Imr ley, prime nudliiif.-, I)/ (o H/a ; feed, ?-/ ; Cape, prime, I/O lo l/ll ; maize, prime, dry, lint, red, 2/IOJ (-- i-'/M ; peas, hand- thrashed, M/fi ; iiiachine, II/3 ; potatoes, Ilnllnriit, '20/ lo U0/ ; pink eyes, .'15/ ; onions, prime, C2 to £2/10/ ; chair, prime, £2/7/0 ; num ber hay, 1M to .Co ; i-lmfling hay, '15/; straw, Victorian, 35/ lo -i0/.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
j «''? SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED. Under thin heading Fourteen Worda Prepaid uru charged SlXPENClil '; nix innprtionH 2/0. COOK—Wunled liuropeiin Coolc, WugoH, Cl pur wui'li, Apply, Club Hold, Albury. J ANTED-A Good Gonortil Smith and Horno Hlioor. Apply, J, L. M'Eachorn, Dcan-streol, Albury. ___ ^ N T J3 D , _ Man wiih Back Delivery lo GUT a small Paddock of ThislloH. Apply ? C1IAS. L. GRII'TITH is CO., Dvon-Htrcot. , . B0AKD AND 11ES1DENC13. Under thin heading Fourteen Worda Projmid arc ehargod S1XPEN0M '; nix innertioim 2/0, K00MS TO LET, with or without ' board. Mrn. Sponcor, Towiiscnd Htrcot. WANTED AND GENEHAL. Undor Ihiu heading Sixteen Worda Prepaid aro charged ONE SHIL LING ; six insortioiia 4/(1. U WORDS SlXPICNci'JAdverllso moult) relating to Sltiinllona Vneaut and Wauled, and Board and IvchIiIoiiuo, AGENTS and C01IRESP0ND13NTS wanted in all outlying townships for tho 'MORNING MAIL?' Suitublo poiHonn apply, Editor, DON'T I'Viuol Valveido Special Whinkey, Cock o1 (Im Nor...
CROSSED THE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
('ROSSKI)TIIIO IIAIt, . Yenlorday newn wan rceolved III Al bury of llm death of Mm, Klnim.Vi wlfo of llm second mm of .lumen V, |i'l||. wy, of Albury, llm, Klnney him been reiildllig for Home lime paid, III A I,1 bury | but paid a vlidl lo Wngga a iilioil I line ajro, when -ilio suddenly look III, and, upon consulting her me dical adviser, It was foii'id that i,l,u wns null'erlni'- from hydalidii, An o.'.ii'i ? iilhin was deemed necessi'iy, and wmi, pi'iformeil on Thursday IiimI, and 'vu.i iipparenlly successful i but. a relapse li.ok place, and the palli'iit expired yc'ilerdny. Tlm dceeaned leaves u Inree circle of frleiidn lo mourn her iui'1 h'sn,
ACCIDENT AT A FOUNDRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
ACCIDKNT AT A FOUNDRY, A man named Victor IOvuiih, employ ed at fiUURliton's foundry, Albury, met wllh a rather painful accident yester day afternoon, It npncnrn that I'.vaus wan engaged chipping au iron u'licul, when a spllnler ol Iron wan driven Into (he ball ol IiIn eye, which caUKcd him great pain, The siiirerer was eonveyed lo the hospital, whore It wan found Hint the eye wan mm slilerably lullamitil, but no miu-Iouh re mills are ontcrlulncd by the medical ollleer Dr, O'Slmiighneiisy,
ANTHRAX OUTBREAK AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
ANTHRAX OUT1UM0AK AT 1JENALLA. Great alarm has been caused in the Ileualla district by a serious outbreak of anthrax on the farm of Mr. Theo iihiluu T. Warke, Gowiiugardie South, 20 mile* out, Up to Saturday Mr. Warke had lost -10 head of cattle. Mr. Warke recently bought a mob of 170 from Gippslnnd and Donnybrook, and a few days ago noticed several sicken ing, He communicated with the Agri cultural Department, who sent up an inspector, who look portions of the bodies lo Melbourne. When these were tested by a bne.leriologist the cause of doath was found to be an thrax. Steps were (liken lo Hcetiro Iho services of Mr. Guuii, of New South Wales, an anlhrax vaccination expert, and he was expected to ar rive on Saturday night.
BORDER FOOTBALL, ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
BOnUEll K00TI1ALL ASSOCIATION. In the window of Mr 10, llcilnmiin, mweller, of Dea'n-ittreet, Allnuy, there In 011 view a valuable silver trophy in the shape of a jug (presented by Alder man J, llraiiu) to be given lo (he pre miers of the above association last season. The Federal City Club were the team fortiinale enough to win this trophy, they uViing through the iicnHon with the brilliant record of only being bcaleu once, and that wi\h by Wodonga. At au early dale the winning club will hold a meeting, when the trophy will be presenlcd to the club, and 20 gold medals to indi vidual members of the team. TIichc are also on view iu I hit Maine ONtub 1 inlimoJit .
UNNECESSARY HARASSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
UNNKCICSSARY HAltASSINfl, 'The law In a hass I' We all know IIiIh, ho the Albury police camiot bo considered to blame for having to ad mliilnter n ' huss,' Hut a law which will ponieeiite and prosecute respectable trades-people, like (he Tobacco Ael, should bo called something fnr stron ger than a ' linns.' We had an ex ample of the working of this Tobacco Act In tlm police court yesterday. A number of honest and respectable bu siness people were, summoned for neg loot Ing to renew llicir tobacao llcunucs. At tlm very outnel tho I'.Ml stated that therehnd been no prosecutions for many yearn, and people had thought thu Aot luis fallen into desuetude, and had, consequently, grown oaroleon In renewing (Im Ucoiikch. In the pollen court there was the disgraceful guano of ouo poor old man, past his four-score yncirs ol ago, drapRdd hcloi'o thnHonoh lo answer such a charge an thlc, For tunately the ' lia'is ' of a law Imn not aqueli-luul all manhood and humanity out of those who administer...
RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
1U1NFALL. Thu points of rain reworded for tho preceding 21 hours' iosmed at the Al bury Telegraph Ollice, at t) n.l.i. ye.t terdny, were an follows :— Alburv, -H points; Uulrunuld, (18 ; Drokeii' Hill, 101 ; lioiirke, 1 ; Co bar, 8 ; Cowra, II i Coonm, II) ; l)e niliquin, -111 ; Dulibo, 2 ; IOiihIoii, (i'J ; Korbes, fi; (irenfell 1(1; (iuiim-dali, (it) ; (loullniru, 5 ; finiulagai, (10 ; Hay, 17 j Ilillslon, i) ; Jerilderie, 25 ; Mnrsden, 5 ; Moulamein, ,'17 ; Menindie, 55 ; Mossgicl, -in ; Narandera, 00 ; I'arhcs, 2 ; Fooncnrie, 118 ; Qiieanbeyan, B ; Tomorn, Hi ; Tiimul, B0 ; Tilpa, CO ; Urnnu, 10 ; Wentworlh, 117 ; Yiihs, IH ; Young, 15 ; Corowa, 27 ; Totumwal, B0 ; (.iermiinton, 80 ; Wagga, ill).