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A COOL REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
A COOL HKQUEHT. Von would hi- surpriHcd anil nonm tinier highly nmuseil at Iho leltciH those who Hit in politicnl hich placi'a receive. Tile, hciul of a federal De partment i-eeently chowrd ni« a mm Hiv the writer oi which ajiplira in lh« -:ool.*l tmiiiii.T p-«-Ml)lc /or tt l)illcl. Hi- wiim 'not nuicli of -v writer, nnd i-iii-w very littl'j nliont bookkeeping,' l.iil, 'reAomd ho could do nil then,' wan to do in a Covcriimont. ollion very eomfortnhly,' The coi-iwpondcnl went on to point out not in bo ninny wordn but to the mime cll'eet Iliut he wuh uohlv born, wiik a friend of Mr. ? lorteph (Hmnihi'i-lain, hIho tlmt he had an account, of .Cf. a week, and if he could mala' .CO a week more he thourhl he could (,'et, ,,n very nicely, lie ha« not. been taken in yet, nnd, jndfvinir from Iho tone of Iho remarks of the head of that. Depart incut, 1 tun not inclined to think lie will he. Whnt are you views on tho mullcr?
MILITARY MATTERS. FIELD SIGNALLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
MILITARY MATTERS. F115L1) SIGNALLING. The following npponra in tlio General Orders issued by tlm local military commandant :_'? It hns been brought to the, nofico of tlio ficnprnl Ofllcor I'oinmandiiig that m Homo ensca tlm iniportnnee of thorough instruction in lield Higiinllinir has not received tho re cognition which thin niont vnluabhi military duty deserves, Tho dutioH of ' I'roleotion ' of an army in tho field cannot bo insured without a rapid mid I'nVr.livu innnner of iioiiviiyhiR ordiu'H nud intelliKeiicc, .Sifrfinllincf taw tlm most valuable and iconoinicnl iiyHtem of carr,viii(j out those important Horvi -?-'!-, nml miict bo Icnrncd «ind prnotiurd durint; pence training. The (ioneral Ollieer commanding; (lesircii that retfi inenln! nipimllcr/i.' wheni 1hi-y hnvn been already organised, Hhoulil bo permit ted as m.on us they lnivii been through th.i nnminl field trjiininj,' to mury out llmir instruction, anil practice apart from regimental or comppny parados, ]!o ifimontal M...
CRICKET. INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. QUEENSLAND v. ENGLAND. ENGLAND WIN BY 6 WICKETS. BRISBANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
CRICKET. INTEllNA'J'lONAL CltlCKET. QUEENSLAND v.'( ENGLAND, ENGLAND WIN BY (1 W10KETH. (BY SPECIAL WIRE.) BRISBANE, Moiuluy. , Tl o EngliNhmoii, after boing behind in tho Unit inningH, mado nhort Avork of tlm QiicoiihIuiuWh in their acconil iimingH, ond wound up .wlniiorn by 0 wivliulii,' On Friday noxt (ho Now South WiiIch meet tho Soiilh AuntraliunH lit . Syd ney. In tho .WolHlimen'fi toam tho only chaugo 1h that Jolnmon will ru- pltt'O I'^Hher, Oil nrcninil of the heavy rain of Fri day and .Saturday lanl, (ho Annota tion mid Lougno mntchcH in Molbourno had 'to bo poHlponed, nH none of tho orkkol groundn were fit to play on,
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
A mulch between the llenly Club and a team from Cookardini'u wan played al Jlonty on Saturday, and ro Hiiltnd in a win for (Im local tcnin by 40 ruiiH, The following arc tho HcoroH : ' HKNTY. Fir»t Innings. Hogan, o and b F, Pm-aell ? ,„ 40 Wolliir, c M'Pliillamv, b K, Pnrnoll 111 C, Cox, I, F. Parnell ? ? ( 0 W. Vonn, c and b F. Paraell ? 0 K. W. Si.once, b .1. Painoll ? 1) Harvey, b \-\ Piirnoll ? () Neal, « and 1) J. Parmill ? 8 Whileiby, b K. Parnoll ? 7 J)r, CuiuiTon, run ollt ? II (1. Sponco, o and b J. I'urnoll ? 8 L. Thome, not out ? ,' ,?„ ,,, 11) ?SuiulrivH ? , „ ? , ,,, 0 Total ? ,' ? las C00KA11D1N1A. .... . . j'l»'Ht JnnlngH, ' II Mahor, b llomui ? , ,- ? 2!! II, I'urnoll, b 11, Ilogun ? '2 0. MThlllnmy, b Hi Ilog'nii .; ? I) J. Humphrey, o Npuncii, b Vohs ,,, 0 ?I, Parnell, b Hogan ? ? M P, I'ai'imll, Ii Hognn ,„? „, ?,,,-',,,-,,, 6 K. Purnt'll, b lloguii ,i ? 14 G. Itudgoi', b' B. llog-nli ,„ .,', '„', ',„ 11 W, Pont, no! out i ? ,,i- ,,, , ? 0 J, Horary, o und b Hoga...
GEROGERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
' GEBOaEKY. From Our Own Gomujnoiidonl. On liVtdiiy morning a hoiuuiUoiiiiI buggy iH'oldent occurred close In tho Gcrogcry Public School, Mr, Knelt, (Im local IhiIi'Iut, In eoinpuny with u boy, drovo up lo Hie school, and gul ling olll, nrocecdi'd lo nervo u w.n'o mer, leaving llm boy scaled In dm buggy, The Illoii worn very troilbhi-, floniii to llm Iioi'mcii, and In trying to got rid of them, one of llm horses managed lo i;el llm wlnkern nlT, Tak ing frlghl, liolh horsen not oil at a gallop aloui'' the road lowardn llr, (iubrlrl's, The lioy relalued Ills prn noneo of iiiluil liy applying llm bralui, and ilnlnp; all ho could to pull (he horses up, but the alilinaln wero bo yund i ? Irol, and noon left, llm roiul (i ml galloped Ihrough the Inmli, loav Ing a I nick of liulelier'n meat be hind Ihem, The boy limn Uinuglit of riinulng Ihe horses Into Mr, Gabrlel'ii wire fence, but thin did not nlop Ihem, for (hey kept on wildly round llm corner of (Im fence and over ground, which one wo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
TO-NIGHT I MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. TO-NIGHT ! ? MR. HERBERT FLEMMING Will have (he honour of prescnliny 1WEL. I*. HVll II U. I # ®® if I 1 ?, ' I \,i',i I'/1/ u L€$hm ¥t ^ii '1/ \h-y n-w\ I In hin Entirely Original, Humorous, Dramatic and Musical lOntcrlainnnmt. Ah given by him for over 7000 Per formnuccs at Til 10 EGYPTIAN HALL, LONDON. 1NSTANTANKOUS .SUCCESS. CHANGE OK PKOGRAMMU I'ricos-.'l/, 2/, 1/. Doom open at 7.:!(), commencing alS-10. I no Box Plan now open at HlakcM'.whcro scaln may bo booked for lliu two nighlR. CLAUDE If. WIIAITR, Advanco KeprcHentali-'o.
ALBURY POLICE COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1903. (Before the P.M.) TOBACCO LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
AUHlltY I'OLIOJ'l GOIIUT. MONDAY, DIOllMMIIHIl III, IIKIII, (Hi)foro iHiiV.M,) T()llA(!t!() LIOHNHICM, The followlnn holdi'in of lobneeo II eeiiiii'ii Imvlhif lulled lo renew (heir II eimiion for llm vi'iir llll)!l'l, wer.o pro eimded iiiiiiIiimI liy llm police, and Jittv lii|( pleaili'il fpillly, worn llueil an fol Inwii I Auiiiii C(i|i|iili(,uii, III/, wllh conln ; Clnrlen Khiuluaii, III/ I I1', L, Vines, ?HI/. I), 'I', Mliunionii mild (hat ho wan U'i'V old, Ids memoi'V had |;oiii), mid Im liad no one lo ni'iliit him, lie had loi'iiotleii all alioul, llm lleoiiuo ni- liowal, The I'.M, smid thnt an -I)B defendant uppcared to bo a very old man, ho. would lino him the tamo amount an other defendant!), but if he made an application for the relation of the /!'i' '' lht' AltonieyGemral, he (tho P.M.) would recommend it. One month wtiu allowed /or payment of lino. Mr*. Harbour and II. M. V. Duviii wero fined 40/ each. I). J'elin pleaded not guilty. Senr. Se.|K,.»«t MuHgrave mtid that he ...
CHILTERN ORGAN RECITAL [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 1 December 1903
OHILTERN 01UUN IIEOITAT; A hirgo galheriiijT It wan nl St. Andrewn' Church lant night. Thoso who came laic had to cruuh in where (hey could or else iiland, Tho pro ceediiign opened with prayer, and (hen I hero wan an instrumental overdue, 'The Sacred Wroalh,' by Mr. Cun ningham (organ) ,Mr. llollintor (flule), and Mr. Sherry (violin). The (|Uart etle, 'Sweet anil Low,' wan M'ly creditably wing by our Albury friends', Misses G. and II. Miilronn, nn'tl Jlesmii. Vj, W. h'aweclt and W, M'Eiichein Thin wan the gem of llm evening an far an concerted items are concerned, llr. A, E, Harvey then nang 'Tho Droam ol Paradise' in a manner which iihowiul (ho trim arlisl. Minn Mill rean'n rendering of 'Angol'H Ever llrlght and li'alr' brought forth well meiiled applause, Tho SI, Andruwo' choir wan quite at homo In I lie anthem 'llro.uk Korth Into Joy,' tho Bolo pnrln being well taken earn of by Minn Huht and Mr, Harvey,' Mr, MolOaehern followed wllh ' Queou o( AngelN,' which showed hln rnngu and ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
A'miity Infill', fJoldh/ir nnd ilnml wood will be shipped to Singapore by the h.s. .hiinnn Goldlmr who was purolmned by Mr, W. Soul hall, goes to Penang, in the Straits Sellleinenl. Independence has resumed work at Kleudnglon, under llm walohfnl eye ol 'Jimmy' l.yneli, and Undecided has been turned oul at Murchison. 'I'lio Tooiigabbie Unciug (Mull will hold a mooting on New Yeae's Day. Knt lien close for nil events on De cember 111, As there is no opposition lo Mr. Adrian Cox's eaitdidalure for the vaeanev on Ihe A, .1.0. Committed that gentlen'iiin will bo formally declared elected nt the special meeting to bo held next mouth. Tlie V.lt.O. have decided that pro prietary clubs shall not be allowed to nice more than nine dnys; iu each sea son. Owners and tralncni of lleeehworlh and surrounding districts are not Hied Ihal entries for the New Year's Day Meeting- of the Heechworth Racing Club close with the iiecrelmy, Mr, .Ino T, Pemberlon, Camp-street, lleeoh tvorth, on Mondav, Decembe...