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MY REFUGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 13 November 1903
A1Y lUOFUfJK. Thu dny Imu been long und droury, \)l(h cunsuleus patter of rain, And thu drugifing hours hivvo brought lnu . Only soniu henrl-ueho und puln. Am I turn my snd fnuo homuwiu'd, , l'lio nlflfht drops down from -nbove. And my heart, in yearning, yenrnlug For a (ouch of Oiu.nrmn 1 lovu— Thu arniH thai Imvo nuver failed lite, Thu'.refugu to wliioli J floa ; ' All day, 'mid tho jm\of tho oily, 1 dreum ol thoih waiting for 1110— Dream of their rest and their wolconuij Aflur a dnytlmu of cunt; ' ? 0 urmii, oiilHlrololicd In tho 'gloiMnlliff, 0 arms ot my onny-ulu\ir I 'Whoru nru you , going, »ny prolty Imnld ?''-?? ' . 'I'm going n mllhlng, sir,' plho Mitlcl, 1 '0 noj.yaiiiuroh'l, my beauty fair, 'loit'ru going to bu IdHsed— und you're nearly there,' Auslralln, n country renutrlmblu for Km lnigu cnlers, linn (hu hlgliest death-rule, Muxleo rulncK fiO.OtlO buleH ol thu 00,000 btiles of col I on used (.'null your In Ihut country,
NEW ZEALAND. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. NAVAL DEFENCE BILL PASSED. GREAT ENTHUSIASM DISPLAYED. WELLINGTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 13 November 1903
NEW ZEALAND, (I'KIl KEUTI-IK.) , ? ' ? * ???* ' IdWlHU'WVM C0UN0IL, NAVAL DlillfMNOM lllfil^ I'AfclSWH. miiOAT entiiuhiahm I)ihj'i,ayhi), ^VWLLINUTON, Tlini'iidiiy. Thu Nnvnl Diifiuicii BUI, whluli pro vlduH fur thu pnyuinnt ol CIO.OIII' 1111 nltlilly for llm purpium of iiinliiliihilnn llm AiiHlrnllau H(|iindi'ou, linn pmineil lim LeeJInllvu Council, Tlm mniulinin of llm (liniiinll, on Hie renlill of llm vulliln bebm aumiuiiei'd, kn|ii'kmmimI (Imlr dnll|rhl, by lieurllly np iilaudlnir llm nticucniiflll puinianu of Ihn Hill,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 13 November 1903
Commonwealth ot Atmlrulln, J'ontinimleKloncrnl'n Dnparlinolil, . Novenibur 10,' 100U. ' riONVKYANOU OF MAJJ-H. A TTJSNTION In dheeled.to 'Oum- J.\ jnonweallli da/.etlo' notice In vitlug tenileiH, nddresned (o thu Do put v J'oNlinuslei'-Cleuel'ul, Sydney, up o il.JIO p.m. on Wednesday, Mill hint,, for (ho conveyance of malln bulwueii Adelong uud Tuinbefumba. . - . .!-. 0, FYHII, ' ? I'liHltiiUHtiii'.CIeuerul. WANTISI) AND OKNIOUAIj. Undur I hhi heading Hlxleen Words I'repuid uro charged ONK SHIL LING 1 six Inserllonn .|/ll, T.j Woiilia HIXI'KNOIC— AtlvortlHcT ..I: meillii lelallng to Situations Vacant uud Wuuted, und llourd und Hwildeuwi, fi AtJTION.-l'ubllu wunied lo nee ~J they obtain Clonulim Vulverdo TeitH, . Wo nru Informed Inferior hIiiII Is being mild lor ourn. VAIiVIOUDK COMI'ANV, /'1 ALlJ mid 1100 our lovely Long Luce \J Curlnlnn, two mid a hull lo four yurdH liinir, y/(l, :i/ll, 5/0, 7/I), l-/0, lfl/(l, I'l/ll, 17/II. Mnlonny'ii, Dunn nlrnet. HnOUrTl) lliu heal plueii In Al...
PARTICULARS OF THE MEETING. MR. WINSTONE CHURCHILL'S RESOLUTION CARRIED. Later. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 13 November 1903
PARTICULARS OF THE MEETING. MR. W1NSTONE CHURCHILL'S RE SOLUTION CARRIED, Lnter. A I, thu meeting 4000 persoim wero inHidu the hall. It contained a largo number of the Opponition clement} but wan very orderly. The irroat maioritv caiiieil Mr Clmr cliill'H resolution, recognining tiie right of the Government, lo jirojioao re taliation duticH in npecial i-iikch, but condemning a general protective la rilf, including a tax on food, which would have the eflVcl. of dinint.cgruting Iho lOmpirc, and maUing life burden fioiue to thu pool'. Mr. (Imieliill pi 01 ? ded to aigue (hat protection abroad had proved a fail ure, especially an rcgardH the workern.
A VISIT TO ETTAMOGAH AND EMU PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 13 November 1903
A VISIT TO KITAMOGAII AND EMU I.UKK. BY QUID KUNC. 'Come; coinc, winn in a good funii liar crcntiiro.' ? - HlmUesrioure. On Haliiiilny hint ut Hit. invitation of tlllkt Rl'llilll pi'lllU'llllAll Illlll ll))ll! vij'1113 roil, ? Mr. .1. 1). LnnUwti-i-, J.I'., I drorn «\it to bin Emu Park J0»lnti-, on the Warnm-rond, about Jivii ciilen . Irorn Alliury, mid Kiibtsocjiiuiit ly visited tho eolobnilt-d Kttiiino|ruli vineyard, a milo and n Imlf distant, of whirl. ho Imn been tlio mii-i-cHHfiil and oHleomod rnnnudiT dmintj llm pant i!M yeum. Tho road to Kmii 1'ark is ino»l \-k- tin-oniiue; tlm ('renter porlinn of it, iii planted with nplomlid deoiduniiH (iook, which now nlToril » weli-onm slwulu to tho triivi'Ui'r, nud delight, the i-ycn uml HOIiwi.4 nf t Iks lover of I lit) lu-iiutifiil. Thori- in rui inland rentro in tho Com monwealth whirl) ban boon ho liivinhly pluntoil wilh triM'H tin Allmiy, and for their wino fi-ronij;hl, in thin connection tho nlili-rmnnte fathom denervo tho hr-nrtdi...
THE COMMONWEALTH PARLIAMENT. A FEW PORTRAITS. NO. 3. THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 13 November 1903
T1JH (JOMMONW/KAIiTII PARLIAMENT. A K1CW PO^TUAITS. NoTT THE 6ENATJ3... Taking it 'by mid largo,' an Iho tiailor hhj-h, tlm St-natu uniloiibtodly eontainn it larger proportion of able men than ? tlio Jlinmo of Itopicionta lives iIoch. True, it hu-lcn a IJarton, a Deakin, or a lteid, but thero in n l ? e oven level of ability than in tho popu lar Chamber. Tho rciiMon for thin in not far to nock. It naturally reijuiren a greater pi-rnonnlity to c ? inanil Iho niiHrajren of a whole Stale than to m euro tlioHi. ol Iho ninghi elecloralen. If the ehoico of the people wan left abso lutely unfettered, u very high ntandiird of men would be returned. I'nloi innately the 'ticket' or 'bunch' iiyn tcm lias been introduced ill many of tin) Mtiit™. Under Ihin nix numi-H arc picked by each political or I'moal organination, and the one which han Iho moHt power n-liirnn iln nominees. Tho vieiounnenn of thin mot hod him liecn proved by tho fact Unit whflMVor it Imn been adopted the delogatkiu in ilisl...
THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 13 November 1903
TI1M A'I'TOKNHY-CIMNMHAL, ' Thi) Honior roproHontaUvo of tlm Go: vi'i-iiiniinl in llm .Siumti! Ih tho At* linuoy-Uonornl, ?Innini (loorgii Drakn, Scnalor Drake in a (juccusluudor, who, inado his way through jourimllmn to Iho law, and from Iho law Into poli ties, llo wan (-looted lo thu Quoi'iih laud Assembly for tho eounlltueni'y of Enoggora, in IMMH, In I HUH, ho wan appointed Secretary ol I'ublln IiiHti'ltu* lion, uml mihne,(|iieiilly Altoriinyflon oral for thai Stale, When llm Ib'id I'Vdoral Mlnlnlry was formod II was no eminary to include a rcpicnoiilallvo of Ilio great Htate of Q ? nlauil, anil Sir ,1, It. Dicknoii wan oircri'd tho piiiillloll, llo had hardly held il morn tlinu a few weokii, howover, when ho died, and il becaiuo ncccnnaiv (o Illl Iho vacanoy thiiii created In I lie new (invcriililiint, Tho punil ion wan olTeicd lo and no nepliid by Mr. Di-alio, who lii'vunto I'onlmuidor-Oonoral nf (lie Common woallh. At (ho ehrlinn.i ho iiliind for Iho Seniile, and wan elected ...
SIR JOSIAH SYMON. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 13 November 1903
SIH JONIAII SVMON. II, linn ull'euily I ? u pnlnlod mil, Hull Iho half (InAoii liicmbein nenl, In I Illl Hcnalo by Soiilh Allslntlla idooil out from iho rent by their capaolly, and II in Iherefnri ? I nllrprlnlng llml Hill lender nl Iho (Ippnxlllnn In Iho Cham lier In nupplled by llml Slate, Tall ami upright, wilh a limit of form which Imprcii'icn nil who hoc him, Sir .loiioph Symnii jumped nl one bound lido a lending ponlllon In Iho Cnmlunu iveallh I'arllaiiieul. llo had had a lung I'arllmncnlury csperlonco in hin own Stale, wan a iiieiiiber nf Iho Con vrul Ion, beliig Iho chair man nf Ils Judiciary cnmiull Ico and wun circled ul 'iho head of Iho poll when Soiilh Aunlrnlia chniio Iln Sonalnrs, llo In Iho lending bar iIhIi'C nf Adelaide, and naerlll ? i a largo income by ill leiiihui; | ho nllllllgH nf Iho I'Vilcinl l.iylHlnluio In Mel bnunie. In dcbnlo ho has u cnplnlin How of Inngiiniie, uml Ilinugh hin volon I' Homewhal hainh ami slrldenl, hin dear uml Ingleid nigiimcliln rupture...
THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 13 November 1903
Till') VICI'M'ltKSIIiKNT Oh' TIIM ION WIH'IVI'! CdUNHIe In older llml Iho (Invol lilnnill shall unl I ? I holy ilepoiidonl nil nlio Mill' Inlor In Iho Soiialo, n purely Illlllar nlllec wii'i creiilcil wl ? Iho (.'llblnol was lii-iit, f/.i-iucd, this beintr tho Vice IVcsidentK/iip of the ICxi-eutivo Coun cil. Thc/o. I,, ,,o odicial milai-y al lached I/, the position ; allhough it i.i inidoi/lood (hat koiiio allowance in iiunle IJ, the occiipanl of it out of (he Minisli/rial vote. Thi.-ru arc, of i-mirm-. no i»l/iiini.,tnitivo dutu-.-i, but the of lice i/airics a Meat at (ho Cabinet tabb/. Mr. O'Coun'i.r held tlm post lnitiJI he went to Hie Iliph Courl, and thc/i it was olfered to Senator Thimms I'h/yford. llr. 1'layfov.l in allot her SiAulh Auslralian. having been elected .s/eoml on Iho jioll, wilh only a few /?oil's less I hnu Sir .IohIhIi Sy'nion. Ho /lit Ht entered I'arliamenlary lifo as long ago as Mill, when ho was n (iiriH-d to tho South Australian As sembly by the constituency...
ALLEGED ATTEMPT TO STEAL A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 13 November 1903
ALLECiED ATTEMPT TO STEAL A CHILI). A Homewhnt remarkable case enme before tho Port Melbourne, Court to day, when Elizabeth Ryan, Jamen Hut ler, and l^rmik Kurlsen wero charged, with unlawfully nHHauUini; Ena Ald ncige. It appearn that (Icfendant ity an wan the mother of a child, which hnH been in chnrgu of Mm. Aldridgu iiiuco it wan nine moadiii old. The child is now live yenrs and four monlliH old. Recently Mrn. Ityan mad' an application to Mr. ,/imtice Hood for poHHcHHion of the child, which wnu refuued. Since (ho refiiHitl it who alalwl (hat Mrs. Aldiidyu'H lioune had jjcen con tinually shadowed by delendanls and nuuicroii.i (ittemplN Hindi! to secure poKM'si,ion of the child. Butler and the other defendant it it in alleged, ni'lsrcd on Mrs, Aldridgu when nlie wan cairying tho child and tried to pull it away from her by main force. Tlio chaise, against Mr«, Rynn wan dis miasuil, while Butler and Kurlnen were enoh lined 10/, in default three dnyu' imprldonmont with £1/3/0 cohIb,<...
THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 13 November 1903
THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL CRITICISED. Lord Tennyhon'H romarka al Ihu Mayoral banquet have been adversely sritlribod by n Sydney morning jour nal, the charge being laid agaiimt Iuh jxcollency that Im imd ovcrotepped tlio BOiiHlllutional limiln of hin power. Lo cal politician!! do not attach much iinpoiliincu to tho reniarliH of liin IC.v celleney, Tho piiiicijial ground for complaint apparently in that Lord Tennyson oxpretmed diwipproynl of tho rcHtriclion of immigration into the Commonwcallh. Very few Federal ?)nrinb(T'j are about «l prcsient, but Mr, HiggiiiH, coniuienling on Ihu Hpoooli,' NP.K'I, ' I connider hin Jixcol.loiicy'ii Hpceeh to bo an excellent platitude. In my opinion hin Excellency iu no way over-Hlepped llm function of a Governor under rcHponmblo Oovoru inonl. A prominent member of the Vielorian Bar, when Inlerviowed, on tho Hiibjcet, uxproHHod the o]iinion that on tho wholo Lord TonnyHon gnvo very good advice, and that mieh ad vluo Hiinply roBolvod UhoII into a re commen...
STATE PARLIAMENTS NEW SOUTH WALES. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ACT AMENDMENT BILL. MOTION FOR RE-INTRODUCTION NEGATIVED. PARLIAMENT HOUSE. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 13 November 1903
STATE PARLIAMENTS ? ??'?? ? -O'- ? '— NEW SOUTH WALES. ? ? —??»??? ??»? ? LEQISLATI VIC ASSEMBLY, PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ACT AM ENDMENT BILL, MOTION FOR RE-INTRODUCTION NEGATIVED. PARLIAMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, ThurHday. In tho ABBeinbly thin afternoon, Mr, Griffith moved, uh a matter of urgency that (hu lfoiiHi) forthwith proceed (o oollHlder the ordor of tlm day relating to tho re-lntroduotlou of the Public In Htruotlou Aoj, AmondmoMt Bill. Thn motion wan carried by a large majority, Mr, Urlflllli then moved tlm simmm hIou ol the ntandiug ordnrn lo uiliult of tliu re-Introduction of the Bill at llm filnge il Vnn Inlerriipleil nl dur ing the clone of the hint nunnlon. A debate extending over Hovorul honi'H eiiHimd, during wlileh nome iniiin barn of tho OpjioHltlou o\preHHud thu opinion thai Mr, Grlllllli duulrud lo iihu thu Bill an an adverliHliig nhumrd lit hhi (landldalui'u . for tho Federal Parllninunt, Mr, Cai'i'iitherH and other members Htrongly ooiuloiniuiel tho notion dl thu Clovcrni...
SENATOR MACGREGOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 13 November 1903
SIONATOR MACC-NICIiOlt. JS'o mil ion of Iho Senate would be complete without a polirail of Mr, Jlofgrcgor, tlm leader of the Labor parly in tho Chamber, and yel anofiicr Soulh Australian. Tho Labor parly in tho Scnato numbers eight members ; and, like that, in Iho .Houso of Itcprc Hcntalivcs, is dlvidi-d on Iho lineal is sue. On all mullein in which it is |p tores I oil, however, il, spenks with, u solid vote; and when Ihin is (lit! case, il, nearly always enrrics Iho dily, Its leader, Iherelore, is a member of ion sidenvbli! importance. Scnalor dregor Macgregor in Iho only direct labor re |:rcieii(alive redirued lo (lie Senate by Soulh Anslralia, anil hi- was at tlm bottom of Iho successful candidates. llo is a self-mado mun, anil is not above telling iiuccilolcs ol his younger dun', wlii-n ho earned hin living bv hard, physicul work, llo has the min I'ortuni! to bo almost blind, but makes up for this by an abnormally developed faculty for hearing, ami a iiiosl roluntivu nioniory. ...