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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. A TERRIBLE FALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
VICTORIA. a MELBOURNE, Tuesday. A TERR! HLK FALL. Mrs. .lane M'Dougall, wifo of Mr. Dugnld M'Dougnll, a London bind in™ man, met. with a horrible death IiihI, night by fulling from the fourth storey window of Mon/.ios' Hotel on to the footpath in William-street. R m not known what rmiHod Iho fall, al though it is believed to bo purely no cidenlal. An examination of (1M) hd. room occimicd by deceased showi-d that the window on the William-streot side was open a little more than two feet, from llm bottom. Outside the window, mid two feel below the sill, a shirt cull' was lying, having ap parently fallen from the window. Sev eral collars and shirts were hanging on\ Ihe Venetian blind. All this would nppnir to i/ulicutn that Mrs, M'Dougall wiih busying hei ? If with her husband's linen, mid hnviuij drop pod II ? UN' out of the window, and Hoeing it had lodged just below, hud sought to recover it, and had over balanced and fallen. The fall had killed her instantly. Mr. M'Dougall was atte...
BERRINGAMA. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
BEBIUNGAMA. From Our Own Correspondent.' Saturday. Another match wan played off for tho Upper Murray Cricket Aiinociation on .Saturday, and resulted in an cany victory for Hcrriiiimiim, owini; partly to (he Cudgewa cnclicterH having to leave for milking. Herringama went in firot, and knocked up 112 for neven wickelH, and chmed their inningn, the principal ncorern being .J. Wheeler 16 S. B. Coghill 33, 'J'. Nugent 23, .!. Smedley 15. Tho Cudgewa team went, in and made M runn for the lonn of nix wicketn. J. Laiuln 10 (not out), and F. Sharp !-, were the. IjchI ncorerii. Tho Rev. H. M. Wary, of Yncltnn dmiiliih, went to Corryoiig to-day lo conduct (hi! aimiveri-aiy nervicen of the local Church of England. Tho Sunday nchool pi-izm will be dititril)u(cd, and on Monday a concert in to lake place. 11 doen not i.eem a very good day to hold a big nervice, at) it han licen raining all the afternoon in licrrin gauia, which in only 21) milcn from Corryong. Tho Rev. 'Mr. Wcnley, of the (Church o...
BROCKLESBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
BllOCKLESBY. From Our Own Correspondent. Whilo working: nt Mr. Mnxwell'ti fni'in, carting in hay, Mr. C. Galon mot with a miHty accident.' It nppcum Ihn load tipped up bv Homo iiicann, and oiimo on top of Mr. Cnlon, cnmiing- an injury to hin leg and groin, ncce.inilol. iug hin removal to his home, in order that medical treatment could bo ob tained. Tho Hhowery weather (hat wo havo broil .experiencing (luring the week in causing a good deal of alarm to the fnrmcru, owjng to llm quantity of crop (hat !h cut and Mtanding in (ho pad dorkx. 01 hern fear that their grain will get bleached and ftart to grow if (hln wealher continneti. A dunce wan held nt tho Ilrocklenby Hole! on Saturday night, and it wan attended principally by hill-vent hamlti, who Were pleased with their night 'n nmUHcmont after working hard in Iho Held during tho week,
CHILTERN. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
OHILTBEN. From Our Own Correspondent. '. TuoHilny. At prcHcnt Chiltern ix NiifToring from a dlngunllnp iiraclico, nnd that in tho Way our , Hanitary contractor carrion on IiIh work. llo invariably turiin up nt bnmkfniit time, and the comiiound ohHonuo of Hlink that arisen in nnimo ouh in llm extreme, _ In there nothing hi thu contract bearing on thin ques tion? If mil, (hen it in time Iho counuil had something lo nay about tlie matter. It In bad enough that wo hnvo to put up with our ninell some Harainbogio watern, which would ho food mid (It-ill lc al once lo any one capable of tackling it. lialepayern are greatly annoyed about it, In reference to the libel ease of Mr, G, K Mend v. Mr. (!. C, Andernon (of Chiltern ' Federal ' Standard '), tho judge yesterday rcfuncd (o iiend Iho cane to tho County Court an applied for by defendant1!! couuncl, and dln misHod the nuuiiuoiib, He alno refuned Iho application for ncourlly for conln. Tho ease will bo heard In the Kupromo Court, In Iho ea...
CULCAIRN. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
OtJLOAIRN. , (From Our Own Correiipondent,) Tuenday, Ifay-maklng , In alinont completed, ami 'oil' 'many farmn oiiIh and wheat aro being out for Ihrcuhliig, A few out oi'oiio have already been ntrlpped, yielding Iroin ,'lfl lo '1(1 bunheln lo Iho -aci'o, If lino weather conlluuim (ho Htrlpporn will 'bo busy in (lie wheat IIiiUih next week, when nomo reoord re turnii aru expenlod, Hovoral henvy nhowern of ruin (ell during yesterday and- hint night, U0 polnln were reglnlered nt Culualrn, Al Klrudueu the (all In nuld to lmvu been heavier, mid at Morven and Carabobhi (hoy had nearly li lunheii, Thu rain Iium not damaged the oropii to any extent, though it will delay liaiveiillng operatloiiii for a day or two, The crleket match between Ouleulru mid (lui'inalilon leamn on Sal unlay in nulled In a win for llm hitler, by 20 I'UIUI,
A PREMATERNITY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
APHIOMATMRNITV CASK. A(J 'HioNorlh Alolboiirnu Court yiiHlert day ono of thu above canon emuu mi fur hearing, Tho complainant wmi emnloved an a houneuiald lit a La trobenlrcet boarding liouim at whloh defeudnut wan a lodgor. A friend nprang up belwei'ii I hem. They went out for walk' logolher. Mvenlually nhe nuci'iiiulied under prouilne of mar riage, ami Inlluialo relalionn coa. Ill ? d up lo Aligunl IIIh hint, when one morning ilefeudaul bi'camo violent lowaidn her I ? aline nhe would not comply wit 1 1 hln wlnhen hi a cerluln renpeel. Him had lohl him lhat nlm e\peeled In lie a mother, and ho mm lit he would 'look alter her,' anil one duv gave her HI/, Dcfendanl, in hln evidence, mild he earned CI a week an a labourer al llm honpllal and 'nlepl, out.' lie had a wife, but admitted thai I hi) ceremony wan only perfonneil on Sunday uighl. llo added thai ho had been 'living will) hln preneul wife pievlollii lo being married lo her, but had reprenenled hlini'clf lo llm honpltal authorl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED. Under this heading Fourteen Wordn Prepaid me clmrged SIXPENCE ; fix insertions 2/fl. C1 OOK— Wanti.d Kiiropi-nn C^ooli. J Wagen, £1 per week. Apply, Club Hotel, Albury. WANTED, Good General for coun try hotel, immediate. Apply, Mrs. Austin, Kia Ora, TowiiKond-Bt.' WANTI01), immediiitelv, Coolm, hotels, 15/ .Cl ; Geni'-ralH, town, 10/ ; Laundrv Ilounemaidn, Uneful (Jirln. Apply, Field's. HOARD AND RESIDENCE. Umli'r thin hoadin/j I'ourtccn Wordn Prepaid (.ru charGcd SIXPENCE ; nix inm:rlloni) 2/0. |pO()MS TO LET, with or without J.6. board. Jim. Spencer, TowiihciuI ii trout. WANTED TO RKN'l'. WANTED (» Rent for threo months, furnished house, about live i-ooiiim; comfortable. Apply, HUNDERCOMHE, P.O., Albury. WANTED AND GENERAL. Under thiii heading Sixteen Wordi) Prepaid aro charged ONE SHIL LING ; nix iiiBorUoim ?!/«. I A WORDS SIXPENCEAdvcrtino 1.41: muutH lclating to KilimtioiiB Vacant and Wanted, mid Hoard and Reuidcncu. AGENTS and CORRESPONDENTS wante...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
CIMCKKT. A mulch will be pliiyed sir Hie spoils Kiimiid lids nfternoon 'between Iho 'Hoodies' mid HI, Patrick's C.V.M. Hnclely. The 'Hoodies' teiim will be chosen Ii ? Ihe followlmr : Hell imiiiu, Iliirrowii, Di'lniiy, hMI'/ueralil, Wllkluiioii (2), llendersoii, Hunter, Creed, Hurl, Phillips, Wrl|(ht and ' The SI, Pill rick's C.V.M. Siiclely will be represented by Ihe following play em !? ...,l, M'Arllmr. H, Diilllii|;er, (I, Itels, ,1. Iteh, It, llrowii, It, llamllloii, A. llleo, (I, Naiflu, I''. iMuloiiey, C. Hem Ill/.ky. I'lmoi'iicuclcs :?-,!, Ailnius, P, M'tn'lnolioy,
ASPENDALE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
A8PI5NDALK PARK, , lly MuHlloo,' Thu abovo chili will claim Ihe atten tion ol racegoers to-day, and Included lu a programme ol six events aro two [limping rnoc/i, In the Maiden Plato (Iiggles, Mhol and Shell ami Vanessa appear lo have good ohaiiees, and with a stall 1 ex peel Iho llrsl -mimed lo win, In the (lumpers' Flat Race Cheddar, with lO-O, If slarted, ought lo about win, bul In his iibsenee I look lo Itosalle lo supply Iho 'pea,' Severn! uiipear lo have chances In Ihe Trial liniiillcap, over 0 furlongs, but Ihe winner may be found iimong KMuwurrn, Illbcrnlan, and Itose Queen, mid should Hibernian bo pre ferred lu Ihhi luslead of the Welter, 1 will look lo him lo win, In the Aspeudale Handicap, Marlyr, Deiieallim, mid Mob look lo have good dinners, with Iho llrsl -iinmed lor choice, If Chester should Inly on the trip In Iho Sleepleehase, he will about win, Thistle Is miolhor wllh a flood chuiice, If Hibernian misses the Trial ho may about win the Welter, but In his ab sence I ...
A Craven Heart. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. (Copyright.) CHAPTER XXI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
/I IH iraii/piri ML VLj i Ca WvD q a HI /Q Cl'l Pit' PUBLISHKI) I!Y SPECIAL AR RANGF.MENT. I!y 'Rita.' Author of 'Peg the Rake,' 'Killy the Itug,' 'Tho Sin ol Jasper Stand jhIi,' 'Tho Grinding Mills of (iu.l,' 'Tli« Mytilcry of tins Dark Houno,' 'A Daughter of the People,' etc., ctci (Copyright.) CHAPTER XXI.--((Jontlnuod). 'H'crhnpn I cim,' mailed Elinor. 'Tl-oro urn a few things tilill Iliut i can do, although 1 am supposed lo bo only capable of lying in bcil, or tnkitig ci carriage drive,' Who Dented hernclf nl the piano. The two yoiiiifr vok'i'H began, faltered, then with nurprinod zcit tooU up air and worclii, an n hwocI, nliar itoprano litond led them. 'Why, you can uing, too I' exclaim ed tho hoy, 'A iillle-y.-n.' 'Hut it in' beautiful,' cried Val, en lhuninfitk'nlly. 'How doo.'i it m-rivo— happen you nny— that- 1 never have hoard vou before 'I' Klinor looked at, tho bright face, mill laid oiiii gmillo hand on the pretty vui.net head. 'I think,' hIk- miid 'you inn}1 linvo hoa...
TICKET SELLERS PRODUCED. HEAVY PENALTIES AND COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
T1CKKT S13LIjERS . PH0S1SCUTED. U1JAVY PJ3NALTIES AND COSTS. John ThompHon nnd .J, Singleton wore churgod by the ltailway dcf)art with diupoiiliig of portions qI . ? two railway lickctn, contrary to the. i'ogu inUonu, Mr. Cnrghill appeared on behalf ol the Hnilway doparlnient, and Mr. Wil kintion for tho defeudanti), who ]-loadcd guilty on each charge. Mr. C'argill pointed out to the Ilonch that the Unit cane wan a ' moiil glaring one, and ono in which fraud won certainly attempted, an the defen dant hud lo resort, to trickery to en able him lo get rid of tho llrut ticket, which wan an iiitei'.'italo coupon ; and it would bo neon that it had been 'clipped,' no an lo prevent its being presented at the Albury Hailway Sta tion. In order lo permit tho purclia nor to (ravel to .Sydney, a ticket had lo be purchased from Albury to I'ul cairn ; clearly nhowing that the ven dor knew what ho wan about, an thin enabled the purcliiiiicr to got to .Syd ney on tho ticket without being further cha...
ALBURY POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
ALIHIRV I'OLICE COUltT. A conniderabli) amount of time wan (spent yesterday in tho local polico court dimiHHinpr n caiio of ftHuuull in was pin-fly in self-defence. Willie Minn. and Hose HMuh, upon Mary Divvid on the 12J.st. Sir. Hellbridgo appealed for Il:o coniplaiimnt, n'i-l Mr. Wilkinnon for tho deff-nc.!. ii appcara that, the coiii pl.iinant pro.'-.\.Jcd to the house ..[ lU defendantn, charging them with having luiMicd innuHing reniarUn tibout her, when, nccoidiiii! to. pro.'ionitor'u i.inlo menl, elm was i,ct upon by tlio three defendants and brutally nnuauHcil, Thn iiijiii-ieii i;lio received necennitated her visiting a medical man (Dr. Muller), and i:iil)!;(i(|ii(.'iitly tho local liospitnl. Several witneHticii were called for (ho prosecution, who corroborated Ijio ovi ileneo given by the [troKeeufor, ono of them slating that, nho had neon Willio lOlinis pull lier away from tho fence, and strike her several blown on tho head and Khouldern ; and another that nho had seen the ...
A PORT IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 2 December 1903
A POET IN COURT. James Purtell, who Is well-known in Melbourne, owing to the fact that he writes doggerel verses on passing &nbsp; events and sells them at a penny a sheet, charged Lilly Burnell at the Carllon Court to-day with the larceny as a bailee of five sovereign., Com- plaintant admlltted that he was slight- ly under the influence of drink, when he gave accused, so he stated, seven sovereigns and some small change. &nbsp; The evidence was of a contradictory nature, and the bench discharged ac- &nbsp; cused.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 3 December 1903
, SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED. Under this heading Fourteen Wordu Prepaid nro charged SIXPENCE ; nix insert ioiiw 'J/(i. (f-iOOK-Wnnlc'd- European Cook. \.J WageH, ,C1 per week. Apply, Club Hotel, Albury. C^ OOK, or Cook and hnunilresa, ex J iierjcnrod, wnntu Fitnation, Ap ,ply 'Coiapelenl,' care of Miv. Zilin, 'I'erry-Ktreet. NOTICE TO PARENTS AND GUARD . ' IANS. V' ACANCY open for l'upil to the Dental ProfiwHion. Kor furlher ]iar(iciilars apply ChiiH. I'cllitl, Surgeon Dcntint, Deaii-.'itreet. WANTHD-Youiif Man wantn em ployment Iliilcliering, Shopman, Slaughterman. Highest, references. Apply to W. Trenton, Diirrowa. I^ANTIOI) Reliable- Youth for r V dairy farm, must be capable milker. Apply Duller Fnclory. HOARD AND RESIDENCE, Under thin heading Fourteen Words J'rcpaid are charged SIXPENCE ; nix iniicrlioiiB '.'/(I. H-OOMS TO LET, with or without JLa. board. Mm. Spencer, Townsund Btreet. . ? ?''' '????? WAITED TO RENT. ?VmTANTED to Rent for three j TV montliN, fiunishcd houne, ab...