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ARABS AND ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 30 November 1901
ARABS AND ELECTRICITY. — 0 — During the time he was engaged in laying the Red Sea cable to India, Professor Siemens made an ascent of the Great Pyramid, when ho startled the Arabs of the parly by some electrical experiments. This caused a general stampede which Siemens thu3 describes : — 1 At a signal every one of my com panions was laid hold of, to be forcibly transported down again, by the three men who had brought him there. I was standing just on the highest point of the pyramid, a large stone cube in the centre of the flattened summit, when the sheik of the tribe appioached and communi cated to me through our interpreter that the tribe hud resolved we should immediately leave the pyramid. On being asked ihe reason why, he re plied that we manifestly practised magic, and that might injure the source of their livelihood, the pyra* mid. When I refused to comply with his request, he made a dash at my left hand, whilst I held the right with the well-coated bottle — in a manifestly c...
HOW TIN FISH CAME. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 30 November 1901
HOW TIN FISH CAME. The evolution of certain types of toys is very interesting. Everyone must at some time or other have possessed a box of tin aquatic animals with bits, of steel in their noses, that can be drawn round and round a basin of water with a' magnet. The original of these were made of wood without any magnet appliance, very crudely fashioned, and rarely swam the right way up. A German toy maker studied the question, and solved it by bringing out the floating animals as we know them of tin, and coated with a special enamel that contact with the. water only made more bright. Needless to say, the enterprising toy-maker made his fortune by a little attention to what is, after all, only a comparatively small detail— tho substitution of tin for wood, and the magnetic pro perties. Teacher : ' Now, Tommie, look at this ; is that the way to spell window — w — i — d — 0 — w ?' ? . . Tommie : ' No, sir.' Teacher: 'What is the difference between window and widow ?' Tommie : ' You can...
GERMAN ARMY REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 30 November 1901
GERMAN ARMY REGULATIONS. It may not be generally known that it is considered a serious offence for a German soldier, no matter what may be his rank, to appear in public ex cept in uniform, even though he be on furlough. The arniy'''fegulations strictly enjoin that he must always wear his uniform. A certain Lieutenant Schmidt, who was engaged in some lively adventure or other, dressed up as a civilian, and was having altogether an enjoyable time until, on turning a corner, he unexpectedly met his colonel. The lieutenant did not, however, lose his presence of mind. He pre tended that he had never seen his colonel before, and, in a changed voice, asked : ' Can you tell me, sir, where Lieutenant Schmidt lives ? I am his brother from the country, and am pay ing him a. little visit, but I happen iust now to have lost mv wav.F The colonel quietly gave the desired information, und Lieutenant Schmidt, congratulating himself on his lucky escape, hurried home, and put on his uniform with all p...
WORDS COINED FROM PROPER NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 30 November 1901
WORDS COINED FROM PROPER NAMES. The following are a few of the words, now generally accepted as part and parcel of the English language, which have been derived from proper names. ' To bant ' has for its origin the method advocated by William Banting, a London undertaker, to prevent obesity j ' to bowdlerise ' — that is, to expurgate anything^ con sidered offensive or indelicate — owes its existence to Dr. Thomas Bowdler, who published an edition of Shakes peare in which certain words and passages were omitted ; ' to boycott,1 as most people know, is derived from the fact that Captain Boycott, an un popular Irish landlord, was, to use an older phrase having a similar mean ing, ' sent to Coventry ;' ' to burke ' (i.e., to strangle or get rid of a ques tion by unfair means) comes from Burke, the notorious murderer by suffocation ; ' to daguerretype,1 from Louis James Mande Daguerre, who invented a process of photography ; ' to diddle,' from Jeremy Diddler the protagonist in a once fav...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 30 November 1901
TO STAND THIS SKAsON AT liOUAMlLDI, ? . Tho well-known l'ony Stalliion, 'The Gem,' By Chevy Chaa (imp.) Tlio Gem was a winuer on tho flat iind ovor hurdles. Ho haa taken twciily-novcu lirat prizoa at variutis shows, both in thu riug and in harness. His action iu harness is admitted to be porfect. TjsiiMd— £2. Good grasu aud water. Every rare but no responsibility. U. J. M'FAltLAND. _~3jffiB»j TO STAND TUK The Trotting Stallion 'Royal Chief' Royal Chief is a handsome daplod creamy, with anew-white maun and tail ; stands 144 hantla. Siro. Chieftain ; dam, Lena, by McCillum Mor, from a thoroughbrod mure. TERMS : £4 U per Maro. Every care tiikco, but no responsibility iueurred. All Marcs must be removed and p.iid_for ou or before the 1st tf January, 11)02. Any marcs not, 10 morcd by the 1st Jauuaiy, a charge of 5s per weok per head will bo madi. P. H. O'BUIEN, Keytah. ^Z^jgffl TO STAND THE Tho Celebratod Cjaching Stallion 'Defiance.' Defiance is a beautiful Dappled Brown Horne, standing...
DAYS CONE BY. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 30 November 1901
DAYS GONE BY. I Bv Mary Gouges. ? o ? Besiclo the trintor'a firo Thorp passeth, as in dreams, - All sight and sound that touched ua. All nhndoiro on Life's stream That ruslioth now »o swiftly To thu tidoless ocean's flow. Oh, tho music of ita ripplo In tho days of long ago I Beside tho winter's firo Again no boo tho light Of tho dear old homo, so distant, And yet so near to-night. And wo wero onco thoso children Who shouted in tho snow, And fed the robin redbreasts In tho days of long ago. Beeido the winter's fire Tho shadows still pass on, And childhood's happy valley And careless heart nro gone. But, oh, the hopes that beckon, Tho beacon-lights-that glow Swift foot and heart undaunted In tho days of long ago, «? ?..? Beside tho winter's fire If sometimes life may aoom' Tho shadow of a shadow. And a dream within a dream ; Hark to the Now Year's anthem .Which comes across tho snow I It links fair lifo and eniUons With tho days of long ago.
THE DATCHET DIAMONDS. CHAPTER XIII.—(continued). [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 30 November 1901
THE . DATCHET DIAMONDS. ?UY^HICHARD MAIiSE. ' CQArTER^XIII.— (contiiracd). ?? Tho man' who forces open another jnan's Dortnianleau without the kimn Juilpo of its owuiT. hi-cumes, I fancy, ut once responsible tor its contents. And I jpromiSK y.iu thnt if the slightwtnrlii-lc 5s miaaiuK you win oe inugut that even ?a policeman ean be called to account.' '? ' Without attemnling to answer her. ' [Ireland went towards tho door. ' Miss Strong's clear tunes came after ' the detective. ' 1 ' You set a man to Bpy on mo, Mr. ' Ireland, ami now J mean to spy on you.' : Still ignoring her, Ireland went into the lia.11. There he found llollier in ' Any report, Hollier ? ' ' Nothing material, sir.' ' You remain here until 1 relieve you. It Mr. l'uxton returns, arrest him. t-eml tor me if I »m re(|uired. I will leave a man outside.so that you can have help if it in needed.' Ireland went through the hall, and through the door, Miss Strong hard 11 pun his heels. On tho steps he turned and spoke to h...
THE CHARMS OF WINE [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 30 November 1901
THE CHARMS. OE. HUE . A worthy professor was invited to dine at the house of a lady of high rank. The d- ; was hot, tho wine cool, the professors thirst great, and the fair neighbour, with whom the professor was engaged in a lively conversation, filled his glass as often as it was emptied. When the company rose from the table, the professor noticed, to his great consternation, that he was un steady on his feet. In his anxiety to save appearances, he repaired to the drawing-room, where the lady of the house yielded to the wishes ol her friends, and ordered the nurse to bring in the baby twins. The pair were lying together on a pillow, and the nurse presented them for inspection to the person nearest the door, who happened to be the professor. The latter gazed intently at them for awhile, as if deciding whether or not there were two or one, and then said, somewhat huskily : 1 Really, what a bonny little child it is !' All present burst out in a merry peal of laughter, but the professo...
ON THE WRONG SCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 30 November 1901
OH THE IRONG SCENT. First Little Girl (at seaside resort) : ' I'm glad to get 'quainted with you, 'cause you're nice.' ' Second Little Girl : ' So'm I with you. That's what we come for. Mamma says so herself.' ' To get 'quainted ?' ' Yes, with nice people — people in society, you know.' 1 Why, that's just what mamma wants. We're to get 'quainted with people in society.' ' Ain't you in society at home ?' ' No. You are, aren't you ?' ' No. We've been rakin' and scrapin' the whole winter to come here to get 'quainted with people in society, you know.' ' So've we.' 'Then you folks ain't nobody at home i' ' No.' ' Neither are we.' 1 Then there ain't much use in getting 'quainted, is there r' ' S'pose not.' ' Good-bye.' ' Good-bye.' Thus ended their society conver sation.
Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 30 November 1901
Cburch Notices. CHURCH OF CHRIST.— Supday, Dccom ber 1. H a.m., Worship and Breaking of Broad : 3 p.m.. Lord's Day School ; 8 p.m. D. C. McCallum preaches. Subject, 11 Connection between baptism and the remission of sins.' CHURCH OF ENGLAND-December \— Advent Sunday. Moree, 11 a.m., matins and sermon ; 12 a.m , Holy Communion j ovensong and sermon, 8 p.m.— Canon Sowter. WESLEYAN CHURCH.— Decomber 1. Moree, 11 a.m., 8 p.m., Rov. J. S. Thomas (of Narrabri) ; Tycannah, 3 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN.— December 1, Moree, Sunday School, 10 a.m. j aervioe 11 lm., 8 p.m. ! A«bl«y, a p.nn-IvtT, G, M,
Boomi. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 3 December 1901
Boonii. (From our Correspondent.) Since my last report our littln town has made some progress, A new butcher's shop has been erected in Bishop-sircot. Mr, Brompton's resi dence hai biten completed, and Mill Smith's fruit shop is in full swing Tho now police quarters are now occupied hy Senior-Conitable Moran and Constable Andeuon. The, Races, which were advertised for the 20th and 21st, resulted as follows : — First Day : Opening Hindi cup of 5 sovs., 6 furlongs. — Mr. J. White's Dean 1 ; Mr, T. Moore's Cildare 2. First Hack Race, 4 sovb., 6 fuilong*.— Mr. D. William's Calm 1 ; Mr. A, Taylor's Cyclone 2. Stock man's Purs*, i sovs., 6 furlongs. — T. Moorns Kudare 1 ; A. iaylor s Oyclons 2. Flying Handicap, 5 sovs., 6 furlongs.— J. White's Dean 1 ; D. Williams' Calm 2. Second day : Welter Handicap, 6 sovs., 6 furlongs. — D. Williams' Calm 1 J T. Mooro's Kildare 2. Second Hick Race, 4 aov«, 6 furlongs. — A, Taylor's Cyclone 1 ; J While's Spanker 2, Booini Handi cap, 6 sovs., 7 furlongs...
"Bobs" as a Horseman. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 3 December 1901
11 Bobs' as a Horseman. Lord Roberts has had few equals in the handling of sword and lance, snys a writer in the ' New Penny Magnzina1 for May. He was always especially fond of tent-pepging, and -o excelled in ths difflouU dlvanioa that ho wwi nil' thu lirst prize, at tho Indian tourna ment from the whole Indian army when he was already past hits sixtieth year. The love of free, rapid move rucnt soon made him an accomplished cyclist, and he did much of his work in Ireland, especially at manoeuvres, ' on the wheel.' He so buliuvod in his bicycle thut he induced his staff to follow his example, although all were not equally well equipped for riding it, Ihere wero many occasions ? at the Currogh when Lord Roberts led them a fine dance, and distanced ovorybody. He has preserved to advanced age the small, spare, wiry figure which has made him almost impervious to fatigue. In youth no doubt he was of delicate constitution, and the tradition survives that when at school ho was liable to he...
MOOREFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 3 December 1901
MOOREFIELD RACES. Tho following aro tho results of the running at Monrefielcl on Siturday :— Kogarah Stakes, r, rurlongu.-Goldwing 1, Autonym 2, WarC!ourJ3 ; time, limn. lBaoo. Flying Handiejxp, fi fiirlonR..— Ruskm 1-, Cast Iron 2, Fair Hclon 3; tiino, lmm. '8St° wards' Mile—Bongonia 1. Jeanette 2, Lady Maud 3 ; time. lmm. iBi'ec. Tvrn-Ynar-OM Stakes, 4 furlongs.— Bonm- bell 1. Cc.llns2. Baccarats i| timo, fi2Jroo. Moorefiulr! Handicap, Umllo,— Essington 1 rolissior 2, Bongonia 3 ; time, 2inin. 10WeTtor Handicap, 6 fiirlongs.-Goldwing 1, The Waster 2, LovoBhot3! time, 1 mm. onisoc.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 3 December 1901
CRICKET. The cricket match which took placa between thn Moree and Woolahra teams on the local ground on Saturrlsy afternoon resulted in an easy victory for the visitors. The following are the scores : — Mokkb Crickkt Ci.uu. ' J. W. Fletcher, h.o.w., b Keen ... 28 R. A. MoDonnoll, h Cruickshank ... 2 A. O. Kckford. b Cruickshauk ... 0 I'. E. Stirton, b Lynch ... ... 0 K. Stewart, o Keen, b Lynch .,. I A. H. Bnrthwlck, b Lynch ... ...' 0 'IJ IT t^nnXr V- T.nnnh . . . ... 3 J. F. Hoydell, o ami b Lym-h ... 0 C. Gerldos, h.o.w., b Lynoh ... ... » (i. L. Butlor, not out .. ... 0 W. R. Scott, o Greentree, b Keen ... 0 Sundries ? J- Total ? , .» J51 BowlinR anaiyU : Lynch, 6 wickets for IS runs j Cruick'shanlt, 2 for 22 ; Keen, 1 for WoOLADKA CC. N7. Keen, b Borthwick .„' ... * A. CruinkshaiiK, n atewart ... ... ? ? J. Lynch, not out ? «- A. Grcontrco, h.o.w , b Stewart ... 17 il. Lynch li Scott ? * .1 Find, b Stowart ... ... :?? J \V Lynch, c Kokford, b Flotchor ... 1» T Trnnliy. b Flotch...
Sport. INVERELL GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 3 December 1901
Sport. INVERELL GUN CLUB. Tho Invprell Gun Club hold its first big shoot in the. cricket ground on Wednesday. There were competitors from all parts of the Stato. Locksley' the champion, was not in his host form ; thn 33 yards rise deemed too much for him, notwithstanding his great profioioncv with thn j-un. p Mnnchee, of Moree, shot splendidly, but hud hard luck with his losing bird. It fell f-eemingly dead, and thnn rose and flew away. Tho match was terminated with T. P. Bnrl.hwick nnd I'M wards dividing with 27 kills each. The nMandnncn was very large, Fully ?£1533 1 was taken nt the Rate. Thn munnnenient was all that could be desired. Mr. P. T Wh.illoy was busy fiB secretary. The scores were kept by Messrs. Cox, Ahern, and Donnelly. Mr. Merewethe.r wm referee, Mr. Chapman wns at traps (five in number) and Mr. R. Cooper worked tho black boards The results were : — E, A. Edw,ird=, 2 1 yards, second nomination, 26 kills ; T. P, Borthwick, 21, second nomination, 26 kills; F. Mnricb'e...
Mail Time Table ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 3 December 1901
Mall Time Table AtSTirwaf a TTlflM 8ydney, Narrabri, etc., 11.65 p.m. dally Sunday exoopted). Manfjindi and WaHon, Oarah, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 11 a.m. Kunopia Tuesday and Friday, and OH Gil, Tuesday and Thursday, 10.30 p.m. Boggabilla and Goondlwindi, Wednesday and Saturday, 1 a.m. Warialda and Pillamilliwa, Sunday and Thursday (by coach) 3 p.m. Bingara and BinneW, .Monday and Fri day, by rail, 4.25 p.m. Wariilda, and GravcseDd. Monday, Wed. noiday and Fri-Uv. (by nil) 4.25 p.m. Cihne-'ah and Bolourie, Monday lOn.m. Baller,h, Tuesday 3.30 p.m., Friday 11 p.m. gaTalmoi Mon Ky and Friday, noon, 'felloiaga. Sunday and Ihiir.dAy. S p.m. DBPAKTORB^fOR Narrabri, Sydney, etc., (Office closes 4 p.m.), daily (Saturday exwptcd) (joooeuau and Kaiounc, » nnuuii , 2 p.m. Bullarah, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 pm Talmol, Wednesday and Satnrday, 2pm Telleraaa, Wednesday and Saturday. 2 pm Mungindi Wallon, and Garab, Tneiday, Thursday, and 8atnrd,iy, 2 p.m. Gil Gil, Tuesday and Saturday, ...
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 3 December 1901
Brevities. Tlircc French fugitives lnvo turned up at Bri.-limie, nnd Imve bo,:n remanded for uxtrailitiiiu. Dr. .liridu, ch-iirman of I ho Victorian Furuidiru Board, says that so far thuy have not b.-un able to eopo with tlio Chinoao ev.isiou nf tlio Furniture Act. A two-ligiit window is to ba placed in tho nive of Si, Paul's Cathedral Mulbouruo, ill nu-mory of Mrs. Got. ? Lord .Milncr, wining to a New Zcalander, x:iys il »ill nut 1)0 'iieci'ssary U) raiso any further 'fnrue Uiero for South Africa, but imlividml hol.liuis will liu welcomo. 'Hie Qnei-uaLind Premiur lias promiseil, it in pu'wi-rnaxt sussion, to introduco a bill to allow hotels to bo opon on Sundays for Tliu Ciovi-rnmout ..Surveyor ia taking levels at Caiioliiiis. a pnijectod Federal Cip'l.il tile, with regard to tho water supply. A cliMp.lieur agitation has been jioing on at lirnkeii Hill, Ul tiio old price of sixpence ia tobu iii.iiut.iiin.Tl. A Imsli lire at Jorula station, uoir Cuwra, (us rieiirnved a nigu area oi ...
Correspondence. WHO ARE THE "CRAWLERS ?" To the Editor of the "Moree Examiner." [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 3 December 1901
Correspondence. WHO ARE THE 'CRAWLERS ?' To tht Editor cf the. ' Mam Examiner.' Sir, — Is ahuse argument ? Doos the statement of the Right Honournbln G. H. Reid that 'only' a lot ot Crawlers want protection' (Federal ' Hansard,' pago 6323) prove that such is the fact ? I rpsrjFctfullv venture to douht it, and I ask yonr rosny readers to shorn my douht. Who are tho so oalled ' Crawlers' I First cornea the grnat Eirl Ohathnm, then follow Bismarck, thn rain who mado Germany ; Beaconsfield, the man bo -badly wanted in England to-day ; tho late President M'Kinley ; and of Aus tralians Sir James Martin, W. B. Dallpy and Sir Gnnrgn Dihbs. These have alwavs rjroclaitned with clarion sound the advantage of 'helping our selves.' Freetraders make a point of insisting that Protection puts money into thn pockets of manufacturer only, always PRETENDING TO FORGET that nothing can be made without a number of men earning wngps nt. its making, We aro told that imports keep shipping busy, and that unl...
CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER PHASES OF THE SON AND MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 3 December 1901
OALBXDAS FOB, DECEMBER PHASES OF THE SUN AND MOON. Ijst Quarter. Dec. 3, 7.50 a.m. New Moon, Deo. 11, 12 53 p.m. First Quarter, Dec. JO, 6.35 a.m. Jrull Mood, Dec. 25, 10.16 p.m. ! | | ! | 2 Oaya of Week. 2 x | A ™ p. tr i.m.;h, ll. h m. h.m. h.m.Ja. m. a.m. Sunday ... 1+376 Sljll 20 9 38 Monday ... 2 * 37 S 52! a.m. 10 40 Tuesday ... 3 4 37 ti 53 12 01138 Wednesday ... 4 4 37 tf 54 12 33 p.m. Thursday .... 5 4 37 8 54 1 4 1 29 Friday ._ 6 4 37 6 55 1 37 2 24 Saturday ... 7 4 37 8 56 2 11 3 17 Sunday ... 8 4 38 8 57 2 46 4 10 Monday ... 9 4 386 58 3 25 5 3 Luesuay ... irj 4 oo;o o» * o o o* Wednesday ... 1 1 U 38l7 0 4 52 6 43 Thursday ... 1214 38|7 C' 5 41 7 30 Friday ... 13 4 387 J 6 33 8 14 Saturday ... 14 '4 387 H 7 27' 8 55 Sunday ... 15 4 38 7 2i 8 23, 9 34 Monday ... 16 14 337 3 9 20J10 11 Tuesday ... 17 14 3B'7 310 19 10 45 Wednesday ... 1814 39,7 4 11191121 Thursday ... 19 4 39,7 5 r.M.ill 57 Friday ... 20 4 40 7 5 1 24; a.m. Saturday ... 21 4 40|7 6 2 31)12 36 Sunday ... 2...