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SENATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 18 November 1903
HKNATI3 UIjKOTJONS, Tho Hluloi flov(ii')ior:-wlll|lsH\io I ho writ (or llm Hoiinlo nlcolloiiH . on1, the qauui dny as llm writ for. ,11m uleiitlon of memburn of tlmllnilHo ol Knpi'iwiml' allvoH In sent' oill, vl/,., llm fflli'd liwt. Tlio writ will bo addriiHHwl to hhnu Itiiimil-Oohinul Otittrlm, who In tlm Chief Klotuoral Ollloiu- uf Ihn rlluto, Tho ai'i'iingonmnlH for llm oleotlon will - lib '(inri'lud out by (Im CoiunioH-' wunllli uuthorlllesi . ''
A Craven Heart. CRAVEN HEART SIX THREE. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. (Copyright.) CHAPTER XIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 18 November 1903
1 i 1L-CM.1 1-0 OKAVKN HEART SIX 'fill! KB. PUBLISHED HY SPECIAL AH KAKCICMENT. Hy 'ltitu.' Author of 'Pen; Ili.i Hull',' 'Kitty llio JtiiK,' 'Tliu Sin of Jhuium- Hluiid ish,' 'Tlui Grimliii.ir WiJlu of Cod,' 'The Mystmy of llio Dnrk .House,' 'A Daughter of thu People,' etc., etc. (Copyright.) CHAPTER Xllf. (Continued). Vnl was ruthlessly despoiled of her liiidry ami i-i-di-i'SHod, but Mill Harry did not .ri'tuni. Mnry tidied up her mistress's room mid toolc tlio boy'H . discarded clothes with her to I ho nur sery. 'I'm not going l(1 waste me. timo hunting tiflor t hut young rascal I' Kins iillirmcd. 'And you'll not bo iiftm- doing it again cither, Miss Vnl. A pretty hiindfiil you me, the two of ye. It's Korry onoiijy'* ? ?-'- Unit iver '.Mrs. Monteutli Htepped into this, house ? — W J I It HIT ml\,i;i I.'I!1 (I I 111 till r*j unit uiiti voiiny imp of hern added on to it nil.' 'Secrets f Vnl looked eagerly nt tlui woman's faee. 'l)i-l you then Kiiy that Mmliuii' has- - secrets ? I w...
MELBOURNE ITEMS. (From Our Own Correspondent.) MELBOURNE, Monday. THE RAILWAYS. TRAFFIC RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 18 November 1903
MBLBOTJBNE ITEMS. (From Our Own Corrcfipondwit.) MKUJOUIINR, Monday. THE RAILWAYS. THAFK1C KKClill'TS. The trnllio rccciptB furnished by the railway department for week ending November 12th, nhow (i alight increiiHo compared with the, correnponding week ol lunl year, the respective figures bo iiiR -1002, .C,V7,O;i9 ; li)l);i, £57,402, the incrcnuo being .C42:-. A large de crease, however, iii shown in the amount received from the beginning of tho fiimnciul year to tho 1 lt.lt Novem ber, thin year's total only amounting to £1,071,802, while that received dur ing the corresponding period of l'.)02, wan JCl,!38,a71, or a dcerenne of xeft.cou.
THE OUTRIMM COAL STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 18 November 1903
TJ1I-: 0UT1UMM COAL STItlKIO. A very important case was decided by tho 'full Court to-day, on an ap iienl from the decision of Mr. Justice A'Hcckctt, The case wnn llml of Mnrtel! v. the Victorian Coal Miners' Association. Thn facts arc briefly as follows :— Mnrtell was a miner, who ac cepted an engagement lo ivoi-lt ill tlio Outtrim coal mine at the beginning of July last year. He alleged that he wnn prevented from no working l,y tlio action of dofendanlH1 olliccin ol the Association, and that ho lost his em ployment. He claimed £10011 damajjeii. Mr. Justice A'Henkelt, before whom the cane was tried, however, found that plnintill had not entnblished hin case, and judgment wan given for defendants, with coiitn. Against thin decision Mm tell apjiealed with tho result Hint the Full Court upheld the appeal. The judgment of Mr. Justice A'Heckett- was therefore net nnide, and Muriel! was awarded £100 damages, with ..cohIh la be ,U'.M'.V. ' The Hencii, which consisted ol llio I'inci ,Minii...
VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. THE RAILWAYS. SUIT AGAINST THE COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 18 November 1903
. VICTOUIA. ' i'.1 '[ . MWI-HOUHNIO, Tuesday. ' ''? t-:'''0ft 'lUlLWAYS. ;[,\ ' .?'SUIT .'AdAJNST THE' I COM ',',,. /;,.VIM1«S1ONJ!)HS. ;._ , ? An notion n'tminul, thu !}lwllway Conv miiHioners, iiv^lng out of thu , lulu fclrlko,' has '/jou uommonocd by John William jMellor, an cmrluo-drlvcr, Thu action waH.inontioiU'd before Air Juutiou Ilollgim ii'i tlm Practice , Court thiu uiorubig. I'lnluliir allegcH that he wns wrongly Irealed by the defundanlv in May TiinI and HUbseiiuently. and olnhmi .C100 for wages and C5IJ0 an damugen for suspension. Tlm XI DO olaimed iih wac;cu lit from Dili May to 7th Ootobcr of tho pre.'.cnl year, being llii) full (treble) ratii of pny duo for ' iiolitlmioiiH cniployineiit,' after du duetlng the amount of wuj;ch icceivod during I hut pei kid. Mel lor in al pre sent1 m llm employ of llm depart incut as engine-driver but ut a lower wage to llml paid him iiiinr to Olli Mny. llln Honour nut (Im cane down for hearing at Melbourne by a jutltE' r*»V\i uut a j...
PRIME MINISTER'S TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 18 November 1903
1'lllMIC MINISTER'S TOUR. Mr. Deakiu is well pleased will; tho reception nccorded him in New South South Wales and Queensland. He. how nver, noticed thai Iho new fuclor in politics— tho. women— neither cheered nor npplnuded, though, on (lin other hand, they did not imk any ouentioiiH. At the meeting of the Federal Cabinet to-morrow Iho l'riirm Minister H future course of action will bo mnppod out, though il is not at present known whet her Mr. Dcaliin will visit nny of the other Staled. Tho probabilities are that ho will conlino IiIh oltortH to Victoria.
A PECULIAR CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 18 November 1903
A JPRCiUMAB OASM.' A rather puoullur iiano enmo beloro tho City Court to-day, when a woman hot moro limn HO yenrn ol ugo , wnn ohnrgod with liiHultlng bohavlor. 'Ihu acoiimid wiih niTDHtod on tho informa tion of a roHldont of Royal-lnjio, off Hnurko'iitreot, According to tho ovl donoo of Informnnt, tho woman ,w«« nnleep on IiIh doorHte p when ho rnturn ...I i.... ? ..I...,,, tkilfl.ilivtil. iiv. Mnl.iicilliv hlglit. 8hn rediHod la U'livo until hi fornmnt gnvii hor n clip of ten, Ho accordingly took her Into Iho Iioiihii, nnd gave her whnt iihe wnnlod, but titill thn woman rofunod to leave, nnd Informant went to bod, Altnrwari h ho drone, drcHdcd lilniHelf, nnd hnndod tin Woman over to the ounlody ol Iho police, Tho woninn, who wiih uppiminl IV fnlrlv well ndiicntcd, hud il bad ro. cord, mid Iho Himoh ordonid u Illio of £5, iu dofnuU n month h ImprlHou munt,
DETERMINED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 18 November 1903
MMEHMINBD smOlDK. Al the Morguo lo-dny u unuu of very determined Hiiloldo won liivcHtlgnled. The' victim was a (jorinan mimed Da vid Roller, 'til ycnin of ago. The tin (or(uiiuto'Tmiit, owing t» ' hhiuhIiwI iihoillder, was compelled to hvoIc ro fuf' in the Iminigrantt'' Homo, bill after being there a few days left for Die purpose, he said, of golmj up country, Instead, however, lie throw iuiiihoji in to the Varra, mid in order lo miiko (iiiito sure ol bringing about a fatul elTecl, ho tied n plucu of blucHtolio, weic-hiiif? biilween 00 mid 70 Hih. lo IiIh neck. Thu Coroner found llml do i-eiiHcil committed Hiiloldo, bill Hint Ilieio «?«« no ovhlenco lo dotormlno llio. mate ol his mind nl thu Him.'.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 18 November 1903
?HT STANDS TO UKASON '1. you got IliiHl Value where ox pcliuoH urn low. To prove thin call at Tovey .& Co. IClKWA-STHHI'Vr, (OppoHlto ltoflo ?Jlolul.) JoluorH, Cublnol-mnkoiH, and Uphohilororii, Itnpnlrlng a Hpuolallly. ? ON SAl,H.-aimlni from 2/, TiiIiIiih M, 8/, 110/, HiiiIhImuIh from 7/0, Mont BnfcM 8/, 10/. 10/,' I'l'uniH Ul / and 110/, Oo-OurtH 8/ mid 82/. Hmwi-pniw, llulliH, Cruolii, LiunpH, OrooHory, and ailiHHWaro, oto,, Orbit Oil 11/0 gnllon. '1'hoHoa' Jiubbll PoInom I'd « tin, nnd loin of Stmdi'loii, Q w SMND KOU (INK W Till') 'ALHUIIY SI'liKJIAl,' WA'l'UIIKB (Keu-lMli'i'i'd.) U.UHT niul ailMAI'KHT WATCH I IIIH IN :':.-. AXIHTIIAIJA, ICnpt In Koiiiilr flic' It! niunlliH, lil/ll lilACIIl, M, BLASBALK. ;????? VlliWIOIdVlilll, WATCIIIMAKIilIt : AND (JI'TIOIAN, :. ... AI/HUIIY, , V ? 1111 Liii'HoHt Blouk to (Huioiui li'oin ouIhIiio Hyijlioy til1 Mellniiinin, SUIMOIHOIl DUHT PHOOlf GAB loll1 WA'i'tiir, mi/, ('I'wci .vhiii'h' uuiiI'iiuIihi,) 'Blind foi' llluiilrntiKl eul...
H.A.C.B. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 19 November 1903
H.A.C.B. SOCIETY. The forlnightly meeting of the Chil lern branch of the H.A.O.B.8. was held on Tncsdny evening, when thorn wnn n good nttnulnnre of menibera, the prcnldpnt (Mr. Da Vine) occupying me ciinlr. Hcvrrnl ilemn ol luinino»n were disnrnnod with, nnd n new mem ber enrolled. The librorinn wnn in ntructrd to purchnsn revernl new books lo ndd to the already valuable lib rnry. It. wnn uimuiniounly resolved Hint n letter of thanks be forwarded to Archbishop (,'nrr for the excellent ritnml he hnd tnkeri in connection with tho late demonstration In Melbourne. The meeting wnn favoured with n vinil from Dintric.1 Vice-President Sullivan, who nddrcHiicd the members on general topics, nnd ndminiiitered nome sound ndvico, which wnii much appreciated. At tho conclusion of the hunine-is, ncveral monibeis of the A.N.A. present ed tliemnclveH to tnko part in a quoit nnd rifle tournament between the two lodges. The visitors were victorious in both contents, ficoring 221 lo the H.A.C.B.S. IP...
THE PREMIER'S RETIREMENT. MEETING OF SUPPORTERS. CONTINUANCE OF LEADERSHIP ADVOCATED. PROMISES TO CONSULT COLLEAGUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Border Morning Mail and Riverina Times — 19 November 1903
THE PREMIER'S UETIREMKNT. MEETING OF SUPPORTERS. CONTINUANCE OV LEADERSHIP ;'' ., . ADVOCATED. PROMISES TO C0NI3ULT COL LEAGUES, - ' Tho Premier (Mr. Irvino) mol 45 Govormnont supporters al, Parliament Il'oUHO today, Mr. Frank Madden oc uuDied Iho chair, and expluined that tho object of Iho gathering was to urge Mr. Irviim to ictain his posit ion as the head of tlm Govcrnmanl, not only until the Reform work was com pleted, but us long ns possible. Tlm meeting expressed tho opinion thai llio Premier had done valuublo work, and hoped' that ho would con tinuo in Iho leadership of tho House. Mr. Irvino returned his warm tnunks for Iho support accorded him ul n timo of groat difficulty. Ho hud con sidered I hat tlio end of the session would rellovo him of (ho responsibili ties of office, nnd if ho acceded Io tho wishes of his party to lead them nl thn General Election, ho would bu com pelled to forniulato u polioy, nnd in honour hound to remain nnd give it odeal. Ho was not unmoved by th...