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FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THE DOLPHIN BANQUET. LONDON, Sunday. EULOGIUM ON MR. CHAMBERLAIN. SIR M. HICKS-BEACH REITERATES HIS SUPPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
MltTHHH PAUTICULAUH OF THE DOLPHIN HANQUICT. LONDON, Stimliiy. EULOGIUM ON Mil. CHAMBER LAIN. Sill M. HICKS-BEACH ttEIT 1CRATE8 HIS SUPPORT, I'lio crowd drngged Mr. Unltour'n carriage for two miles amidnt trenicu domi entliiininnm. Mr. Dnlfour naid that nil hin oil ponentn did won to Ilirht nhv of tlio preferential tariff ncheine, and npend the titno abuning Mr. Chnmliorlnin, at tributing to hiiu nininter motives and uuavowed ninhitionn, forgetful of (ho fact, that, he had almndonrd a grout oflice in order to pronch those doc trines which lie believen nrn vitally im porlant in connection with tlio itilurn development of tho nonnnorco of Cheat Dritniti mid her vnnl Kmpiro, 'Tho opponenlti ol the iiehi'inn,' Mr, Dulfoiir i.on tin lied, 'declare that rctnli ation will offend tho imncoptibiliticn of the other Power/i,' 'Doen Great Dritnln,' ho nnked, 'exint on nurter IU1C0 1' Preeinely tho iinino urgumenln, ho nald, were used in refrnrd to tho Fleet, Tarilt, like lleetn, ml. ' t bo line...
WEDDING—BROWN-GREENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
WJ8DD1NG— JiBOWN-GiWiiBNHAM-,-. A wedding was celebrated on Satur dnv evening at tho Church ot England,1, by tho llov. Canon Sjicncbr,', tho con-1 trading purlieu being Mr. M. Brown, son ol Mr. JCdwiu Joseph Drown, of Howlong, and Mi.sn (iruenham, both of (jorogery. The bride was nicely at tired, and wan attended by Mlus Waite, aa bridesmuid, and Mr, Wnito acted an best man, The wedding breakfast was parlakoii of at tho Aus tralian Hotel in llio ovoniug, and lonata, uuitnblu to the occuuion, wcro Iionorect Tho nawly-weddcd eouplo left for their homo, Gerogory, on Sun day,
A QUIET WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
A QUIET WKDDINU. At 8 p.m. an Saturday evening a quiet wedding ceremony was celebrated lu St. Patrick1' ltoman Catholic, Church, Alburv, by Ihu Kcv. Father 'Mulligan, tho contractim/ pnrticn being Mr. llobert Hoys ted, oldest son of Mr. Fred. Hoynlod, Alburv, and Btiuu Mag gie Mulligan, aluo of thin town. Tho bridenmaid wau Miss tlulin O'Donohoe, and the boot man Mr. ,J nines Brown, Mr. C. Mulligan (brother) gavo tho bride away, After tho ceremony nu adjournment wns made, to, the rcsi dencu of llm bridegroom, where a very nice musical evening won spent,.
THE UNITED STATES AND PANAMA. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S MESSAGE TO THE NEW REPUBLIC. FERVENT WISHES FOR STABILITY AND PROSPERITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
'J'HI'l UNITED STATUS ANJ) PANAMA, P.URH1D13NT ROOHEVWLT'fcl MICH MACI.W 'J'O THIH NMW RUPUHLIC, ryiflltVJSN'X1 WIHIIIOH FOR HTAOUaTY ANI) PROHI'ISHITY, Prenidenl, Itoo/invell, in nilill'iwiliin Meuor Varilln, Clilul Mlnlnlor of Pan nma, mild that Ihn United Hlaten in cognined the new republic nn roprnimtl lug the uiiopponod oxnrennlou of -the iieoplo'ii will, and wlidied Panama iitn bllltv nnd jiroHpi'ilty, hoping nho would be a providential Innlrument and of unlold henellt to elvlllnalion, and npeiilug a highway ol unlvernnl ooinmerco aeronn an e.xeepllonully lav niired territory,
THE PLAGUE OF CATERPILLARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
THE PLAGUE OP OATEM-II/LAltS. I?cportu are coming in from sovornl of tliu uummnding dlstriolu that thu plague of cnterpillani, mentioned by us last week, in becoming most du utruolivn in Itu results, In many in iilr.ueeM fanner.'] eutimalu that llic.'ie voiaeioUH grubn are doing damage to their crops to the extent of two bags per aero They havo lately started to devour llio tops ot ' 1 he oatn In a wholesale manner, A ntrauge thing it iu, that while, these districts are in fested with caterpillars, Mordinlloc (.Victoria) in uullering from a plague of gre.'ii beollcM. Three yenrtj ago these 1'UelleB .utripptd llio fruit trees ci'id ruined the root, crops in the Mor dinlloc dittiict, nnd tluy are now bid ultioj fair to accomplish tho sumo ll:i u[ rgain thin year,
THE BUSH FIRE FIEND. HOW TO FIGHT IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
' TiiE.nuan irims i^iknd, ; now to inaiiT' i,t. ' t lu n previous Issue wo deplored the fact1 thnt no Initial, steps! wore ' being taken' In .tho wide lllverlnn district, with tho view 'of davislng some comprolmnslva ? co-operative bohomo foe llgMIng ? the bush, fire, fiend, should occasion . unfortunately arlmj, Tho , manifold advantages of co operation, as . applied to ?' vnrl-i ous produollyo! intereslsi iiijeh as' dnlrylnjr, wlne-tnnklug, - frull-growlng, ole,, and In huge uommerelni and din trlbittlnp; eoncorus Jn Great Britain, li'ru iwii, Denmark, , and tlie . TJnltml Hlules, aro of woi'ld-wlde knowledge, and,' llio tlidtnn of ndmlwtUon, ' 'Tha benellts lo bo derived from .oooiiorA lion or conuorted uoCion ill the nvcnt of outbreaks of bush fires at'e there fore apparent lo the mosl stolid, Like a thief lu the night, a lire comes with out 'wnrnlngi, and nl times a bush lire Is more devastating limn n' plague or llio Invasion of a fanatical and lion tile force, tt Is high Ihii...
THE LIVERPOOL AUTUMN CUP. WON BY PALMY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
THE LIVERPOOL AUTUMN CUP, WON BY PALMY DAYS. Tho rnco for the Liverpool Autumn Cup, of £1000, over a dislnnco of 1 mifo and 3 lurlongs, wna run yester day, and renulled as follows :— Mr. J. G. Daiid Haycu' b or b o PALMY DAYS, 3yni, by Trenton Cnlanza ? 1 Mr. II. G. King'n b o WHISTLING CatOW, llyrn, by Crowbprry Scdgn Warbler ? 2 Mr. S. 1). JooIh' c e DATCHELOR'S BUTTON, 'lyro, by Wnlillold Malady ? , 8
CABLEGRAMS. LONDON, Saturday. FISCAL CAMPAIGN. THE PRIME MINISTER AT BRISTOL. TREMENDOUS OVATION. SIR H. HICKS-BEACH SUPPORTS MR. BALFOUR'S SHEFFIELD POLICY. PREPERS A CHANGE IN THE FISCAL POLICY TO STANDING STILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
CABLEGRAMS, (PEIl ItEUTEIt.) LONDON, 8ntnn!ny. FISOAIj CAMPAIGN. THE HUME MINISTKIl AT nmsTOL. TltEMISNDOUS OVATION. SIR M. ni0KS-15NACH SUIU'OIITS MR. HALFOMl'S SHEFFIELD I'OLIOY. VllEFEltS A CHANGIC IN THE FIS CAL POLICY TO STANDING STILL. Tlio Prime Minintor (Rt. Hon. A. J. Dnlfour) roceived a tromendouo ova tion nt tho Dolphin l)nii(|uot, itriutol. Itefcrring to tho fiiicnl question, Mr. Dnlfour ««id it hod altvnvn been an open ono with tlio iionncrvulivoH nnd Umoniatfl. Itolnlintion li«d Ijeen often prcnohod, but latterly it full for the Jirul time on vni-n attuned lo Jienr it. Tho public demanded a certain change, in tun fiBcnl nytiii-m, nnd tho Govern mi'iit formed a Cabinet entirely fav ourable to fiscal reform, mid fitting tho country's present situation and iioedn. .Sir Miohnel llickn-Urnch, the Con Hcrvntivo Member in the llouuo of CommoiiH for Krintol Went, intimated that he mipported Mr. Unlfour'n nhef field policy. He nlno niudlhnt, nftw liutening to the Prime Miniulor...
RECORD FIGURE FOR WAGGON AND TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
RKooiui ii'jmutM mm wacicion AND TI'lAM, A 1'in'iii'd iialo of wi\g|von and (cam Wim elfeeled l.iy Monnni, Alutii'nnl. nuil lllnliti at (lie Wagga (orlnlghlly Mtoolc lialen nn 'I'liuinday, nu aimoilut of All'. Anirilfi Al'Ken/.lc, Tlio leam wan wolMiiunvii, and eiuiiilnled ot highly milidiln iinluialn, (!oiino(|)ien( ly bidding wan brink, and nl Ihn eoiinliiiilon -lin (uiiiiiut luul rcallncd Xillll, The hornen, of which thorn Wiii'n It), bi'oiighl, it'i lilgh an .('.'III, (Hid averaged . I' U! V eni-h, Tlm wag. iron hrouiihl, ('VO, The imiu entuli llnlieti a leeoiil for thin dlnlriot, and In mi evidence of (lie lieeu (Idinund foi' gonil nlonk for Urn heavy hurveiit wldeli In Jiitil, -'Oiiiiueil(ilii|f.— (Idi'owu ' Vn-» I'reiin,'
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Nov If,.— England v. Victoria (third day). Nov. 17. —England v, Victoria (fourth day). Nov. 17.— Wodongn Fortnightly Mar ket, Nov. 17.— Special Licensing Court, 10 a.m. Nov. 18.— Concert and Comedy Enter tiiiumcnt. Nov. 18.-:Korlnightly Mccling Albury Borough Council. Nov. 20.— Victoria v. South Australia. Nov. 20.— England v. New South Wales. Nov. 21.— England v. New .South Wales (Kccond day)' Nov. 2-1.— Albury Vort nightly Market. Nov. 21.— Annual Meeting1 of Albury Justices to consider applications for Auctioneers' Licenses. Nov. 21.— Germnnton Land Donrd. , Nov. 25.— Germnnton Lnnd Doard, Nov. '27.— Yoimglmsbnnd, Row and Co., Propriclary, Ltd., Wool Salo. Nov. 27.— W. S. Norman nnd Co'o Wool Sale. Deo. 2.— Annual Concort, Catholic Primary School Pupils. Deo. 2. — Wodonga Horse Sale. ? Deo. 2.— Ten Milo Crock (Germnnton), Raeo Meeting, Deo. 2.— Wodonga Council and Wntor Trust, Deo 8,— Court ot Revision of Jury List, Albury, II a.m. Dec. l'i. -Albury Hospital Meeting, Deo. 10.— An...