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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Saturday. COMMONWEALTH RATES AND TAXES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Saturday . COMMONWEALTH HATES AND TAXES. Sir ?Qiiorgu Turner having olifained roturiiH from tlio Defence, Pontul, and Oustomii depnrtmentH mi u, (ho rn leu nnd other ulwrtfcH paid to municipal bodicn, mifl nu to payment for imnilnrv nnd other nervices rendered to the Coinmoiiwenllh, imlMiiilled the nmfler to the Federal Attorney-General. Tlio hitler linn now f,'ivcii hm deviuloii, which in hk followM :— The previoim de cinion (lint lho Coniinonwciillli in no|, liablu for mteii mid Uixcs uiiHeimed by niunieipnliiieH upon OoimnomvenlUi properties m iidliered to, An to iipe cinl rales, e.u-., waler, newernfje, ? mini tary, and lighting mien, tlm Attor ney-General ntatcH (hat. ' tlm Com monwealth in not liable to pay rate.'i impoHiid upon Commonwealth properly by Stntc authority. Thin would ho taxntion by tlio Klnlcn of Common wealth property, which in forbidden by Hcelion 1M of tlio count itution, «-.\ccj-l. by coiiKont of tlio Oonimonweidlh Par liiiment. Although ...
LIVELY STATE MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
LIVELY STATE MATTERS. Tho week hnn been a lively olio In Slnto (jolltlcnl mnltorw, Tho prlnol pul lupin ol oonveniallon hi tliu lob- blen.Jmii, of ooiiivio, been Ilia niinottno oil retlromoiit of Mr. .Irvine from tlio l'l'omliH'/ihip, All norlu of riimouni huvii bonn ourront In connection with I Ills, Ono wna to llm effect, thnt'tlin Premlet' wns tlrod of tho oonllmuid honied nrgunienlu that hnd provnllcd In Iho Onblluit, For thlfi -I (im n\i .thorllntivulv ntmured, however, thoro hi no loumlntlon, Ah 1 iitatod in a previous lelli'i1, however, tho truth in that Iho Premiei' wnntn morn (lino lor hln private practice, 1 havn hln own word that Im has a iTudgnnldp In view, (hough iiluco Monday many ol hln slip norlei'ii hnvo been dlnousnliig whether lie ought not In be urged In accept a neat nu Ihn Bench, Another Item of Knonlp hnn boon an lo who wim like ly In succeed Mr, Irvine should he ad hern to hln aiinounei'd delermlunllon, Mr. Davlon and Mr. Iteut havn both boon menl limed an li...
WODONGA. COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
WODONGA. tUy Our Special Reporter.) COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS, A considerable amount1 of excitement wan oauHod locally when it wan nil* nounccd thnt there Is ovory probability of the sitting member in tho House of Ri'lircHenlaliveii for Indl (the Holi, I. liiaacs) being opposed by a freelrndo candidate, viz,, Mr. Hector MoLonnu, ol Mcmim. Howard Bmilh and Co, Ltd, It hail been iilated, most aulh oiltallvoly, that UiIm genlleinan has de cided lo content tlh) mml, and (ho local freetraders are preparing to do battle with the nlttiiig member,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
TWOTIO.10 TO HIIOPJCEEPERS AND US OTII lilts, That, ou nnil niter THIS DAY NO RECEIPT WILL BE VALID UNLESS HIGNEI) bv Ihn OTRM'S STAMP, P. VV. I lioi-numlor & Go. BUPPOItT WHITE LADOH, PATHONIHIO ilin VIENNA LAUNDRY. Thui'iioonn-iitrenl,, WIIITI1 HIIIKTH A MPKdlALITV, ?»»/ ASHING called liil' In any purl t 1 nf (lie (own, Drop mo It pout nurd, riml of name allowed (iff your iiirmiiil. All work onmldeled within Jl hnurn' nller order reeelvod, MI(H. ,/. WMIXIil'ill. Whdii von Imvo mill HiIh (ioi-y of 'Iho'llordfu' lUofiiliifl Mull,' \)Hmiu\ imtiti II uii lo ii frlondi WANTED AND GENERAL. Under thin heading Sixteen Words Prepaid are charged ONE SHIL LING ; t,ix iniicrtioiiH i/H, ?\ A WORDS SIXPKNf I-Wwd l.ci: mentn reluting to Situation Vucant /Hid Wanted, mid lkmrd and Rcnidcncc. AGENTS nnd CORIU M'ONDJ MS wonted in all oiillvm, li un hips for tho 'MORNING MAII Suilal I peruoiui ajijily, Editor. /Ti AUTION.-Publio warned to i o *U they obtain Genuine Vuhud Tcnn. Wo are informe...
CYCLING. EAST MELBOURNE MEETING. INTERNATIONAL CYCLING CARNIVAL. VICTORIAN RECORD PUT UP FOR A MILE. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
CYCLING, (DY SPECIAL WIRE.) , EAST MIJL130URNE MEETING., , ,-,;' i INTERNATIONAL CYCLING ,', _ i, CARNIVAL, ':) I ' VICTORIAN RECORD l'UT UP tfOR ! «?' i ? 'A MILE. . - , ? ? 1 , MELDOURNE, Sunday. Farland (America) won from R, Good son (70 yds.), and W. Middletoii, (US yds ). The time lor the mile, viz,, 1 5H, 1h a Victorian record. The Stuart Scratch Jlile was won1 by .1. Lawsou (America) from Mctfnr bind and Don Walker. The time oc cupied wiin 2-M. J. LiiWHon (America) aluo cnplurecl the .Scratch Half Ulllc j Morgan was se cond. Time, 1-15. The above meeting was commenced at tho Exhibition Oval lust night. Thcie wan a fair attendance, and some splendid racing ensued, In the Open Handicap, 1 mile, l'\ Me
BOWNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
BOWNA. 1 (Krom Out,1 Own Correspondeiil.) At 11,30 on ThuiHdny morning a llhi broku out lu (he reiildoiieo of All's, (loodfollow, ullunlo about a mile ami n half froiu the township, When the Humes wore noticed they had obtained Slum a Mlrnng hold lhal, despite (lie willing iilfortii made (o nave thu build ing, il was burned to llm ground, The whole ot the ciiuteiitM were lost, In cluding a fair nimninl of money In golo ami notes, Air, (I, Uoodtellow mm the heaviest loner In cash, ho hav ing £U\ in notes and li!/ in silver do iilrnyed, Tlm ouuso ot the fire in mi known. Much (.yinpntliy lu o.ipromicd locally for (lie lonoiii,
HIS LAST CHANCE. COPYRIGHT BY E. W. HORNUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
HIS LAST CHANCE. 11Y .10. W. HUItNUNC. COI'YIUGUT BY K, W. HOHNUNU.. Weary unit wanted, unil worn mid wan, Fecblo niul faint, and languid mid 'low, lit' Iny on Hi..; desert u ilyinjv iniin, Who him (junc, my friends, whew wo nil must Su. -ADAM LINDSAY UOJtUON. J. It in a well-known fuel, (liu papers miy. tlmt there me about u do/on broliendown burouols liiiucliinjf about) tho c!iiU-iiif!i mid picking up u ronniu-' tic livdilioiid in (liu hush. J . . oniinot iiiimver for 11 dozen Imi-uni'is, bill 1 did otiuo know iiuiiicoiiii of III.: kind, wln- lived in iv lull on llelvillo Still inn, Now South Wales. They called him Juries, l-iil liiti ilint iiiffuinliod real mime wah no secret. He hud talked very frnnkly nbout hiintielf in thu (ownshi'p onto, when tin: towimnip whixky nearly liilli'd him, but ho wan equally candid with my friend Leewn, tin; Delvillo OVOTHBIT, Wlll'll till! hitter Htlippcd fell' (cu nl tlui hut, where for monthii to fii'.Uier Joiiuh touched notliini; ntr--nncr. ],c...
HARVEST PROSPECTS [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
HARVEST i'KOSl'EOTS, ? Tlm counlry for many mlleii nrotuid Wodoni;a ban not looked more prosper oiiii lor many yearn past. Krom all ipmrteni exeollenl, riiportu nro heard j and an an Illiiud'allon of the eoiilldeuoe of fiinnoni in I he foi'thimmliig harveiit,' 1(. may be menlioued that tho local agent of llio Oiiboi'iio Implement Co, has disposed ol 111 reapers and binders during the pant moiilll i also about live tonn of reaper and bludor (wine, Mr. C./l. H. (lordon, the local agent, Is receiving ninny congralulalionii for (ho iiuecesii of llm Oiiborno implements,
KIEWA VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
KTlflWA VALLEY. (Piom Oiu Own (Joiiufipomloiil,) 'J ho Hpilngvulo J'uluto wiih olToiod l),\ iiuotlim todnvi 'Ihlu intato Iiiih boon tocnillv Hub dlyldod Into ouinoiilent fut mn, uud Nitbmltlod timlm voiy ion Homihlo toiniH, but Iho piopilottu. Mi. I] I1, CJonuollv, hi oiiih to know thill in Iiiih a miod piopnily, ulul Ih loth lo nm I With It 'Ilin huminm wiih wloldid by Mi. J (I HIiIoIiIh, uud tin io wiih u full nllundmuiu, nlioul 150 lolilg piuionl, uompilHlng fami'in and luiillownoiH fiom Ynuliiiiiilmiduli, Undo iiingi Hiiiulv (hook, TnJJungnlln, Wo donjjn, nnd mii Ioiih olhoi (iiiIiih 'Iho Hitln npoiuiil umln miiv uuHpluloiui i li (iinnsliii t on, Vilion Ilin flm! blook wan iilliiwl It ullollid Iho \en iiiibiduulliil olio -i( CIO pot nun to idml with uud It (ililpldv iiiu up to LlO/l'J/d, ul wlllull pllon It foil to Mi .1 M'dulloih of Uppiii' TmigiMiilmlungn. Tim iio.vt blonlt Wiui Hold lo Ml', Illneli, of Dodo ran(j, (in1 XII )ior iuh'o, Thu iio.vl. lot, ufloi' I'niuihliig i'H 5...
BROCKLESBY. INCREASED SCHOOL ACCOMMODATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
BltOCKLESBY. Krom Our Own C'orrcBpondeiit. INCKHASIOl) .SCilOOIi ACCOMMODA TION. I'or some time pust Iho nco.oNMty of incrcnsi'i! aecoiiiinodation at tho Droek letiby public iichool him been urgently enj,?ined, the children all being taught ill one very .siiiull room, where, dnrinir tho coming HUmnicr, the heat will bo most oppressive. Tho Government uome limo ago decided to comply with the wii-hes of the local rcnidents, and enlarge Iho nchool, but although they went so far an (o prepare plumi and npecilientions and call (emlerii, nolhinif further him been heard of tho matter. It. ii highly important, thai thn work should be proceeded with nl once, an lli-! attendance in on the incrcimn. Whilst writing on (his mnller it iihould uls- lie mentioned that, the absence of a sewing mistress is also a great mlii fortune to lllo children, and, an tho (iovernmenl will shortly bo appointing a permanent, teacher lo replace Mr. Dawiiou (relieving) it in urged by tho residents that they should ...
"THE OLIVES." [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
'T11IC OI.1V JOS.' A largo iiubdiviniouul nale of portion of the estate known an 'Tho Olivcn,' iiuiTouiiding tho town of Brooklo.iby, !h shorlly to tnko place. Thio land onmni'iHoK noiun of Iho bent for nirri cull in ill and dairying purponcH in tho Htal'o, and some very high prleeii (ihould bo realised, Tho division nf thin por tion of the estate will mean n groat future for tho town, an it should bring good bonu-llde farnicni into tho dia trli.'l, nnd promote oloner Rottlomcnt.
CRICKET. INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. VICTORIA v. ENGLAND. SECOND DAY. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
ORIOTCET. - INTERNATIONAL OMOKET.' i r ' , ? ? ' ' i' ? VICTORIA1 v, ENGLAND. ,', ' ;.', SECOND' OAY.'J i/' -'' (BY SPECIAL WIRE,) MELIlOtMNE, Saturday. Tho mulch between the English team and Victoria wiih continued to-day on tho Melbourne Cricket -Ground. The weather was again beautifully line, and not too hot. Tho wicket had not mil fered from the previous day h play, and after il had been thoroughly rolled with Iho big roller wus as (food as over. Tho attendance was much larger than that of yesterday, and during the afternoon grow lo vory largo propor tions, Play' commenced at noon, when the two 'not 0111 ICngliiihmcii, Tyldonley and Warner faced iSaunderii and Arm strong. The Ib-Ht over produced a wicket, Warner being caught, by Arm strong olT iSaundorii, retiring for Wl, This made i! for ,'10, and the proupeots of Victoria looked brighter. Koslcr went in and runti came iilow ly, it taking iiomo time lo bring up fid, Tyldesley, .however, be|[nn lo hit oul, and two or throe fom'e...
THE TURF. VICTORIA CLUB RACES. (BY SPECIAL WIRE.) MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 16 November 1903
?THE TUltF. V1CT0NIAN CLUB 1UCES. (BY SPECIAL WIUE.) MIOI.nODUNlC, SaturcUy. Tho club wan favoured with splen did weather for their meeting. Tho attendance wus nil that could bo wished for, and spectators were trea ted to some good racing during the afternoon. In tho Hurdle Itiico Pctherlon fell, and liiH rider, J. Harbour, iniHtaincd concusHiou of tho brain. WlllianiHon, rider of P.M.fl. in tho 'Stocploc.liiiHo, got bin collarbone broken through his mount falling. The following are the re'suUs :— TlilAL HANDICAP. Vivo furlongs. Soprano, 7-llt ? '. ? 1 llraemur, 7-C ? 2 Sundown,- 8-11. ? 3 The winner started at 7 to 2. aH)()KAlt\NK HlHtDLE, 1! nidi i» HI ymda. Orlando, 100 ? 1 Venom, (111 ? ; ... 2 Spi( illation, 10 1 ? 3 Oihimlo sliudd at :i-lo 1. N'ICI'OKIAN CIA1D HANDICAP. » 0 fuilongs. ' (.baft, 8fi ? 1 Avalon, 8-3 ? 2 Cluster, 0-13 ? j ? ., 3 Winner stinted at 0 to 4,' ' '. M i a fll YN STIJIOPLECHASB.' ' ,_ 2 nillos. - ' ; Tho Afilcan, 11-12 ? 1', Abdullah, 10-0 ? ? 2 Woodfirl...