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IMPORTANT TO HOUSEWIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 17 November 1903
IMI'()UT\NT T(l IIOI'MI'IWIYKM. llouiiovvlvfii me keen |uilges of vnlllo, mul al llmi'i like Iho picm-nt when Ihelr piiii'luuilug power In oinlnllod Ihev are ipdek In luiceitiilnlnii whi'i'o Ihey cnii not the intuit lor Ihelr money hence Males' Iliocery lle|.hi Iment him been thronged during Hie pusl lew duyii, We would slinngly advliie I ln.nn ol our reudei'ii who have mil nlieady doile 110 to neoiii'O iioine of Iho burgaliiM wll html delay, A speed ol oluhlylwo mllen an hour him been itltmncil 011 Iho Midland Kallwny wllh1 Ihelr. new eumiioiliul loiioliuiilveii, with u IIoO-Iiiii loudi'
AUSTRALIAN WINE AT FUNCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 17 November 1903
AUSTRALIAN W1NJ0 AT FUNCTIONK. lielieverB in Auslnilian ivinex nro cs spccinlly plenned that Sir Malcolm M'linohani s.hould have had the lalili'i of Iiim intuiLi ural baniiuet mipplied with Aus-lralian wmei. The I'habliu and IiocKm were in i;vrid re illicit. 1 heard several of Ilm kiichIh ciu|uirini; for Victorian liriuuls in pre ference to imported, while there was » decided demnnd for Aiinlnilinn port. The only local wine mi.'isinR, indeed, wafl champagne, the wine lint contain iiij.; nolhine but J''renoh vintit^rcM. I hear that following the Lord Mayor's example, other wealthy Kiverii of feiuitu intend in future to allow their |»iie«tn to make their choice between Australian and foreign wiuch. It will not require much of Hum tiort of thinjj to give the Australian wine trade a fillip. Am tlm principal character in island llolt'n ' Croat Millionaire ' khvh, ' There's million!) ill it, if only properly worked.'
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Monday. THE PREMIER'S RETIREMENT. THE NHILL RESOLUTION FRAMED UNDER MISAPPREHENSION. NO INTENTION OF QUITTING POLITICS. UNTIL PEOPLES MANDATE IS OBEYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 17 November 1903
.yiOTQpIA. , MKLBOUnNJO. Monday. ' T1IJ5 ,1'ItIOMlKU'S i KISTiniSMBNT. ' m ''TIlliJ'.NillLTjniHSOLUTlONI! , I'llAWKI) UNDER MISAI'WMiillKN NO INT^N/l'lON UK QUITTING . ' 'POLITICS. - ' , UNTIL. l'EOl'LUS' 1IANDAT10 IS. ', „ '- ' ,' ODKYIOl). , .,.' * t' The I'reiulor (llr. livlno) suys thai llio u-Molulioii puhHcd ul u piiblin nidot mg al Miill, tin .Saturday afternoon, was fiamed under a misapproheliHion. lie no\ei. In, statcn. Intended to . ro ll ro from politics until the mandate of the people had been obeyed, ' ' All the Nldll pledges, Mr! It-vino do i lined, had I ? n icdccmrd. Tho |tedlH h-iliiith.il of Keats 1)111 would ho ' oir (iihilid on the tilth iusl., mul when inliodiieing il, Iu- will make a litutu ment. ' ; Mi. Ii \ in-- will uol receive nny'-)o- piilnl iini'i legmding IiIh propmiojl ''ro- liiemoiit until after Iio'Iiub mol'/liiH piuly on Wednesday ne\l. , ,',
BUSY BUILDING OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 17 November 1903
UUSY HUII.DINC OL'KKATIONS. Though lniHineiiH people nlill com plain that busiinci!) ih dull, Homebody must have im ? y, judnini,' 'nun Ihe number of Iniildiiii',;', both public nud Diivate, iroinL' mi in Melbourne and Huhurbn. Three of four yearn ago, a very lari;e Sydney providing linn entered into notfoliatioiiM for Ihe pur dinning of a block of city land on which to Htart a Melbourne branch. Then the pall of depression caniu down, and the negotiation.'! were, bro ken olf. 'During llm ln»t wok they have been renewed, and I hit! timu bid (air to be brought to a succeaHful con cluuion. That will mean giving em ployment to a very large number of nude and femule handH-n couHUinution devoutly to be tvifilicd,
ELECTRIC PASSENGER MOTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 17 November 1903
lXICCTKIC PASSK.NCilOH MOTOHS. Tin) line nf motor earn 1h coining morn and more into vogue. Thorn have, of couchc, been private people who have for Home time back lined (Iiim kind of locomotion. Xow, how ever, ornate motor eaiM may be Mceu Mlamiing at the kerb oppoml'c the ollicem of two of our motit prominenl Colliniiiilrcet doctom. On tlm St. Kildn road n roomy motor i» now ply ing for paHHcngcrH1 hire, while a day or two Mince I noticed another piled up with mcrchmidiHo of viirioiiH kindH. The not.'ielcMH, rubber- 1 irod motor ? in ahio gradually replacing tlm pulling, clacking nuiMiuicc. 'J'ho eleutriu eyclo luui long been an intimate acquaint mice.
THE CHINESE STRIKE. SATURDAY NIGHT'S ROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 17 November 1903
T.HI0 ClllNliSK, ST»JI-K. MATU11DAY NIGHT'S ROW, Tlin^vorsl feu is mo eiilortulned thill ,lho- Htt'lhe of Chlui|Ho In tho furul(uro Irndo will ichiiII iu murder being com lulttod bofoio Hie sliike hi ondiul. Thai mill of l.ltllo Ilinii Ice ut 1 eel freiilleuled by the Chlneiio is like a Ho.m'iii' cnnip, uud e\tia police an- on duty In llio locality Iu older lo prevent 'a fuilher outlneuk, Once Chineiio an, moused, however, I hoy 1110 not so eiislly (iidot eiiod down, Around the gnmldhm deiui and In the hiueii leading oil UUlo llomke sliei-l bee labouieis uud lilllolihilii mo -oiii|iega(ed, and Judging from Ihelr geslh ulatlomi and chatter ing, 'one can en-iily giicm thai them hi trouble ahead, ' Tho iilrlko has now lasled olghl, Wedkii, and (lie end seomii lo bo ' 1111 fur oil' 1111 ever. A huge number ol iioii-iiiiI'jiiIbI hiboiiieiB have lome over under eoiilrncl- from Sydney lo luko Iho plueoB of I hone on strike, The ma jority of I hem are well and fashion ably dieiined, Maluiil...
THE "DISTRICT" OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 17 November 1903
THE 'DISTRICT' 01? AUSTRALIA. A conc'ipoiideiil. with (hrt Initial, : ' R.W.T.,' tliim wrileH to Iho ' S.M, Herald ' under the above hcndlng :— Sir,— When I Mupnortcd and voted for AiiMlralian I'cderatioii it wan on tlm conviction that thin Slate of New' Smith WaleM would retain llm unqilt'H: tionabln right— the right of llm giver— 10 npecify what portion of the .State— oiilnide Ihe IDO-mil,, limit-«lioiild ha prcHented to the I'Vdenil I'arliament lor accept aneo ; Hay, ih IoIIowh i-The Stale Li'giiilature, by notice of motion from the Premier, having HignKiml (hi) vnriouii locnlitieii mippoMed to bu Hlllt able, the iinine lo be reduced lo, nay, mIx, by limited di.'icuiiHion and ballot, tlm Slate I'remier (nnd no other) iiliould then cnutie examination and rn port lo be imidii by an impartial com-, millee for imbmi.H.'iion lo both IIoiihc.m ol llm Slate Legiiilalurc, Hitting to gelher for (lcl)iile mid ballot, nud the si|bKci|Uent pre.ienlnlioii by the State Premier ol Hie neleeled ...
THE HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 17 November 1903
'I'll H 1IARVUST. | Km Hier elloits am being nindu by Mi. Ilenl, who is admiiilHtering the Labour Iliueaii, to bllug hi coiilac.l men who want woih at hiuvestinir nod luiiuei'., wim ict|uiio hands, The Miu islci lias icul (ml eiieiilai-) lo,agileiij (Hint hoeielies in distiiit-t whole Bhiln council)) have nol opened icglideiH of fiumeis und men, u'lking Ihoso bodhuf lo lake action. in uddilimi, Mr. Ilenl haii aim, issued a ohcuhir to mil nil Ipalllii-H, asking what slops havo been taken lowmdii (aollilulhig tlio pioviidon of lnboiir which muy bo tin ([idled, und what progresu Iian bonu iiiudo, , ' ' ' -
THE BAD BOYS SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 17 November 1903
THE UA1) BOY'S SONG, ] noticed in your paper a little, while The wny our local girls all kins for milcM around : and mo I have, come, to the conclusion that when lather carves the duck. II must bo very pleasant for the boyo tliut nro in luck. I say it must bo pleasant in ouch com pany as thai, Hut 1 tell you it in diHorent from tlm boyn from down tlm lint, For at our place no duck have we to put upon the table, To pay the biitcher'n mutton bill is al! that wo im- nblo. When ? we've (iniuhed evening tea and ramble, down the iHroct, We me moved by every policeman when wc'ixi Klanding on tlic.il1 beat. An to .'it ling on the kerbstone;), such hiMiriesi an that, Were never yet intended for tho bova from down tho (Int. When I purchase, nay 'The Morning Mail,' and open up tho siheot, In haste to get my oplio on tho sport ing in the direct, Thcre'ii. a gentleman in buttons), and a voice ho biiHH and strong, Who will tell me in an instant for to shift myself along. If we journey to the gmde...
COMING HOME FROM WODONGA OVERLOADED. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 17 November 1903
coming ironiro mum ivodonga OVURLOADIOl). II wan late when ho came from tho lodge, IIIh Htep was uncertain and nlow, And ho didn't rcticmblo a man who was clad Of a refuge to which he could go. For a vimon of judgment lo come, Rose dimly beloro lliu mind'n eye, A grim-visagod woman awaiting Ida naming, And he lieaved a funereal High. 'Ah, ah I So you've come, hnvo you, Fred '!' Sim Biiid. 'You remembered 1 hope, The foul lor I aukcil you (o bring, and tho Mlarcli, And Hiignr, and matched, and Boap I' 'M'ria, my dear,' exclalmod l^rod, 'I couldn't remember all that, A man can' I carry a load in lliu head When ho carrion a br(hlo) In Ids hat,'
BERRINGAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 17 November 1903
BMIUWNUAMA. l'Yoin Our Own (Wroiipondciil, An lult'i'cMllug Slnle Sel ? I I'lcuhi look plum on llm llorrliignum Sporln Jlencrvn on Krldny, tilth Noveiul ? Dinner wan provided bv the pmeiiln mid Mciidn ol the children. Minn lOvn. Ilm locul Hchool mhilrcMn, luui iiecured un pi'lv.iii from llcenhwiulli bookn (or llm elilei' elilldreu, mid one box ol In.V'i for Ihe yuiiinirr ehihlren, Theie being enough lo go nil round, Ihey eiich mill all neemed one or more, Tlm nehool childr ? an raeen lor Ihelr iiil/eii, and, in Ihe Interval, home ran nig nnd jumping lor the iiriiwiiupii look place. Mr. .Icu'coll acled i\» huu illeupper, nud Ah1, .1, Nugent nn ulnr ler, The Tnildeiu Itnce WIIM Ihe fell I lire ol Ihe day, An old whip, In Ihe Mhupo of Mr, .1. l.aveily, nhoweil good form In the way Im handled IiIh Iioi'moh, One of llm Imideiu homcii got away from hln driver, Mr, d, A, Nllgeul, who nil xloliidy lollowed him lo llm Wlibbu Hotel, where llm hornn pulled up con vleully for a hIioiiI, llablt ...
MAIL TIME TABLE. POST OFFICE, ALBURY. TIMES FOR CLOSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 17 November 1903
MAIL TIME TABLE. POST 0FFI01J, ALHUKY. T1MKS I'OK CLOSING. Sydney, C'ulcairn, Wagga ? Wngga, (iciinmiton, Juneii, Coolamiuidru, Yiiki, Goulburn, Heiily.— Monday to t'riday, '2 p.m. and W.i'lO p.m. ; Satur day, 1! p.m. and H.,')() p.m. Tuinborumba.— Monday, WoducKday, Friday, M.iJO p.m. Hay. — TucKihiy, 'J'hurnday, Saturday, 0,,'iO p.m. Gormuuton, Woomargaina, Ulullcn gandarn, Hmviin, Thurgoona.— Daily (Sunday excepted), 2,:1U p.m. Hlaelc' llaiifie, Jiaderu, llurrumbiit took, IJulgaiulru. Walbundtio. — 1'iaily (Sunday excepted), 7.:KI a.m. llowlong, Hungowamudi. — Wcducu day, .Saturday, 7.110 a.m. Jlow'fin, Wiiffra, Onrniu, ]\farfickct, Tiutaldrn, Tooma.-WcdueBihiy, Satur day, !-.M0 p.m. Melbourne, Wodonga, Chiltcrn, Wnu garatla-Daily (Saturday oxecptod) . 11 p.m. ; daily (Sunday execptod), 1.15 p.m. , Deniliouin.- Daily (Saturday and Sunday excepted), 11 p.m. \ ' llowloiig. — Monday, Wednotidny, ThurHilay, Sunday, Jl p.m. . Kulhcrglcn. — Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 11 p.m. Corown and...