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OPENING OF CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

OPENING OF CONGRESS. The United States Congress was opened ou Wednesday and Pres'ident_Roo9e vitlt has delivered his message which fiom several points of vie*, has attracted a great deal of attention. The message advocates the exclusion of anarchists from the United States and suggests that the Powers ought to treat anarchist crimes as piracy is treated. Unwarranted antagonism to Trust* ia condemned by the messagn, which Mho avers that combination and concentration ought not to be pro hibited though over capitalisation rhonld he prevented. The message states that the nation ought to create the olfioH in tho Ministry of Secretary cf Commerce and Induatry, to supervise labor, the mercantile marine, «nd thn great corporation?. It refers to tho necessity for the re-enactment of the Chinese Exclusion La*s, thn need for supplementing the tariff with recip rocity treaties and affirms' that the Mnnroe doctrine is the cardinal featvre of thn foreign policy of the two Americas. Thia is practi...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Moree Stock at Market. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

Moree Stock at Market. The following sales of stock from thil district wore recorded last Friday at IIoniebuBh i-^ G. Willimhis Moreo, 30 bullocks, £11 4a lOd ? ,]. \V. Scott, More*, 1 1 bullocks, £7 6s ; Jno. Corlis, Moree, 300 shorn merino wra 7s to 7s 3d j 08 shorn merino wrs 03 | 4 shorn lambs Ss ; R, Vaughan, Garah, 517 shorn owes, 6a 9d toOs lOd j Buoknoll Bros. Yarawa, 1307 wrs 12s 7d to 12s lOd ; 201 wrs 10s 2d ; 0 staga 12s j \V. J. Gall, Tycannah, 12 shorn morino wr« 12s ; 0 shorn merino rams, 9i »d ; 80 shorn merino wrs 7a 4d ; 93 lambs Os 6d.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A CUCKOO WITH A MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

A CUCKOO WITH A MIND. It is possiblo for a young bird lu display than a young baby. This is piove by a lecent rnmaikuble ex peiitnent made with a baby raincrow, or American cuckoo. The expelimrnt waa conducted by Mr. James Weir, who haa loH the ' Scientitic American ' how his baby (uclics, wheu only a few days old, reoig nised its huinau friend, by appeaiuoco ulouc und could distinguish betiveeu human voices. Krum it Mr. Weir infers that a bird three. days old Iras a mind. When Mr. Weir adopted tho little cuckoo the bird cuuld have been bnl a day or two ? ?Id, aod was onrinusly ugly. In two days the cuckoo began to shew evi dtucoof imud nnd character by diicilminut iog between diftoient kinds of food. H« wnulil delicately tusle a moisol to sea whether it pleased him. If it did not he re I used lo «i it. In three days ho look notice of the little perches arranged for him in ma orange tree, and hoppol about fr»m ooe to another. Hia athlelio dovoUpmsut waa b» rapid thui »n the sixth da...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

Brevities. At Uoodooga utock prospects aro good, but the number of shcop dopastured is (carcoly one-third of lliat ot thrto years back. A plague of grauhoppors haa appeared in the liaillaml disttict, doing groit damage. A proposal by tho mino directors at Broken Hill to reduco wages has met with strong objections. Lord Hopetoun has accepted an invitation to attend tho first teat match in Sydney on December 13. Tho direotora of tho Hospital Saturday Fund haro elected Mr. Alfred Allen bs a life member of the ft-BOcintioD. The tug Unique is a total wrook on tho Camrien Haven bar. The Duke of Teck «n thrown f.om hi« horso in too hunting field, but escaped with a shaking. Tho burglar Gilmore, mate of the Bridgo stroet burglars, has boon sentenced to iifo imprisonment in Paris for attompted murclor. His companions, Montgomery and Williams, woro hinged. It ii stated that tho Boers haro very lilt-e ammnnition left. Tho Fi'B Brigades Board is instituting i\ system of partially-paid firemen i...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Forthcoming Sales. D. B. SUTTIE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

Forthcoming Sales. 0. B. SUTTIE. On Friday, December 13, at his office, Fromo-street, 528io. C.P. aud C.L, loud.'

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIPLING'S BOYHOOD. WHEN HE LIVED AT SOUTHSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

KIPLING'S BOYHOOD/ WHEN HB UVBD AT 80UTH8EA. I Tho attractive. Christinas number of tho ' Windsor Magazinu ' contnios o, very interesting account of the life of Kipling. So little haa been written authentically on tho subject of hia boyhood, that this article, is all tho more welcome.. ' Kudyard Kipling was bom at Bombay on tho 30th of December, 1865. His mother Alice, daughter of tho Uev.G. U.Macdonnld, o Wealeyun preacher, eminent in that denomination, and his father, John Lock wood Kipling, Iho son nlsu of a Wcsloyan preacher, were both of Yorkshiro birth.Thoy had liccn married in London early in tho year, and they named their urnt-born child after the pretty lako in Staffordshire, on tho borders of which their acquaintance, had begun, fn the spring of 1868 ho waa taken by hiH mother for u visit to England, and there, in tho witno year, hifl aititor was born. Ia tin; next year hia mother returned to India with both her children, ami tho boy's next two yeuid woro npent at and near...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

Local and Central. King's Birthday Bares.— A meeting of the whole of tho members interested in the race meeting which was held on King's Birthday, will be held at the Bank Hotel on Thursday next, when the report and balance sheet will bo presented and adopted. The Jury List.— A special Petty Sessions of Justices of the I'oico is to be hold at tho Court House at noon on Tuesday for the pur poso of examining and correcting the llsta of persons resident within the district who are liable to servo on juries. Magistrates sum moned to attend, and omitting to do so will bo liable to a, fine of £10, The Ikvemsll JUbb.— In o^aseauenco of the extra traffic a special train ftad to be ruu on the Inverell line on Thursday. Spooiil trains were to havo .been run on tho intormediate days thia week, but it was found impossible to carry thia order out for want ot Icconjojjves. Mb. VVebsteb's Visit.— The member for the district, Mr. Webstor, arrived atMoree by yesterday's train with the intention of g...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

Sport. Suahorso arrived in ICngland from Now /calami in good eciiilitiun. Clem Hill lias scored over 100(1 run. oach against both Vic'.iirin and Now South Wales. K. LimlHay. tlio Maitlmd left-hand bat, mule 105 for the Northern Distiicts agiinst MacLaren'a KngiM, team on Friday. S. M. J. Wo^ds, tho famous AiiiiloAaa tialian cricketer and fuo-billcr, is at pro »ent i.i Sydney on a visit to his relatives. The V.U.C. aro gradually building up second and third prize money, instead of allotting Mich a large proportion of stakes to winners. New South Wales has twice in succession defeated English teams, and has altogether Ixiaten the Englishmen eight times iu olovon-a-Mde matches. Tho first of this summer's test cricket matches, England v Australia, will he com menced at tho .Syn'ncy Cricket Ground on Fiiday week, December IS. L. Kuhn rode threo winners at Moorolield on Saturday and F. Kuhn two. Ohio Ins been m,,lu favorite for tho Queensland Cup. A. E. Cornwall's now stables behind his r...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Moree Farmers & Settlors. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

IHoreo Farmers & Settlors. The usual monthly meeting of the Moroo branch of the Farmers' and Settlor's Associa tion was held at the Post Office Hotel on Mouday afternoon. The president, Mr. W. Kendall occupied th* chair, and thero wore present, Messrs. Jas. Halse, D. Cross, W. Woods, T. R. Pitman, W. R. Scott, J. MooDoy, F, P. Soiling, aud the secretary, C. The President stated that the moating had bo!D called aa a special meeting to consider ths question of membership, as a great deal of dissatisfaotion had been expressud regard ing the admission of thoso who wero not bona tide fannera and settlor*. Mr, Halse asked whether it was not a fa-ut that when the branch was first formed a resolution was carried to the effect that they should meet cm the first Mouday in eaoh month. The President aaid a resolution waa car ried to that effect. Mr. Halso said, that being so, he now took oxcoptiou to the business dons at the l»Bt meeting, ta the meetiug was called on the wrong date, and...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

(fKNEHAL NKWS. Tho ' Daily C'hroniclo ' says Iho pro gramme of Iho Nationil I.iboial Perforation points lo another M»juhi nuttieninnt The Duteh nowspapors rompliin nf Prince Henrys antipathy for Hollaml and his enormous gambling debts ; also his neglect Tlio United States revenuo shows u sur plua of £1G,IOO,(IUO.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Boggabilla Railway. A RECORD IMPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

Bnggabillu Kaihvuj-. A RECORD DEPUTATION'. At noon on Friday nf lust week, Mr. W. Webstor, tho member fur Moree, had the pleasure of presenting to th'i Mmister for Works one of the largtut and limit in fluential deDUtations ou record. It included 21 Members cf Parliament, representatives from the firms of John Bridgo & Co.. Golds, borough Mort, Pitt, Son ft liidgory, Lisa etter & Co., and others, together with Messrs Avery, Wilson, Forguss-in, Evans (of Mcr riwa) Rvan, Cunncen, Mahwanie, and other residents uf Moroo. Tno fallowing report has been forwarded to us liv .Mr. Webster:— Tho deputation urged tht. construction of tho twin railway to tho Queensland border at Bo-gabilU aud Mun gindi. As the numbers increased, tho Mini stor, Mr. O'Sullivau, rmnarked, ' I thoiiglit this was a deputation but it ia a regimen.' Mr. Webster, in introducing tlio deputa tion, said its object was not to overawe but to oonvinco tho minister thit tho district was entitled to railway comm...

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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

LONDON WOOr, sai.m Compolitiou w,.i spirited aud prices show a hardening tendency.

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England's One-Handed Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

England's Ouc-llandcd Fi^lit. ? _ As tho result or the Iratln unionn' settled policy of restriction and ob struction, English industry has to face the coinpe'ition of the world with one hand tied hohind i's hack. In every direction tho unions O[:erale to curtail I elTectivH output. Their po«-r to do this (Impends upnn tlr; invincible ignorance of the simplpst ruins of poli tical economy which cli^tinauislies rrnny English workman. Tim Aninri tan workman Ulvtti-r infounpd Hn nmy strike for lusher wa«c5, l.ut he does not insist upon njii.il awards for ill* compci'-nt and tli» incomppti n1, nor do»s lie lelievc thnt tho w.iy to improvR ii is rosilion ii deliberately to conrce the better man into equality of production with the worie. Tli^re is ijruiit talk in this country about trchuical cducition for workmen. But fnw ppople se^'in to notice thit the trade unions forbid men to make the most of t.'ir- education they hat p, and would equally limit the activities of ra-'n with higher tech...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

Read what VITADATIO is doing. Hydatids cured by YITADATIO AFTEl: EIGHT YEARS' SUFFERIXG. .Svinond'd l'lace, AitUiile. November 7, 1'JjO. Mr. S. A. PAT.MKK, l-t Pitt -street. Jivrlney. Ucar fir,— Aliint ei^'lit ye.tis nc-i I untler wentao r.pcratiin for hyl it i !?, I understood at the time there \vh? a pi-sil.ility of a re turn -.-: the discise. but all v.tnt v,-ry wtll ! until bst Christm..', 'lit' I liccin.e' ill, .i | lump fo'iuing in my siue, where I lia-1 lieen I operated on, suvtre piin5 ensuing, tugcllier with great ivtafcne.s. I liieamc at last to bid lint I felt like giving e»urything up ami dying, life was such a l.-irJen to me. I am a cab propritlnr, aii'l m u-.a.cil to drive to your head oflice for A'lelai'le, an-I thore decided to take a course of Vitnilatio. I bc^m to feel l«tter after lli= fourth bottlr, and after MkiiiK nine buttles thr- lump haa I entirely .lisappcarcil, tngetht-r with all ; piiii3 ati'l «'.'A'tuei», and no-v 1 feel i:i splendid health, and life is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

When Buying a 'Watortury Watoli See that it bears the Words WATERBURY WATCH CO., As a guarantee of its genuineness. THE SPIRIT OF THE TIMES One Commonwealth One Stimulant Boomerang Brandy. XiOGt- G-___BX_ar TOBACCO Is Cool & Sweet. Manufactured Ji jiacked in England by Lambert & Butler. Welcome Nugget Tobacco, Riahcst Grade ofT. C. William*? Co-'s CELEBRATED MANUFACTURE. Obtainable in Plugs and Pocket Tins. HILL, CLARK & CO., SELLING AGENTS ONLY. The Best Firm in Sydney to handle your FAT . STOCK, . WOOL . & . PRODUCE. Pebsosal Attestios, Hi-;riKST Pisices. Pitcoiw Retubss. Au ct i o FTSales j OF . I Hiring ! HH II 81 1 Sheensfcins, Furred Skins, Hides, — _-____1 Tallow. H;iir-. Horns, Bones, &c \ ARE HELD REGULARLY by | D ALGETY & COMPANY, Lisniisd. j SYDNEY. ' ! Purchase your c WINES AND SPIRITS From the Celebrated and Old-Established Firm of SANDEMAN, 241 PITT ST. 241 PITT ST. O.P.O. Box S15. Telephone No. 119. SYDNEY. Branch Houm o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

Furnishing Establishment '.'' : of. Sydney. ULOSlSTTFimKCTtET lu.narkablo kuoco -a : our kimw it, «.iiii1eiiiiiiiiis'i«-«it- in fuel-, the wholu Slnto is alive . 1I1WH.1M1I* who l.»« c i'la.ve-1 »n a., ive (sirt in an ex|ieii--ni:-: '» which llieii intuiO'lM ncro ai.ll m -e.l. fTTTK ASSOCIATE FART \VI III KVEUY AXNOUXCKM KNT, the public confiding in tic- st itcnimra wo make to them through t'lc !'»?-*. and! 11 cnnietjiK-nce we »in kepi '«*}'? 'Trui h H-in'ir: 1-i« piiiicaml uril niHrto fumituto are tliu virtuu. that I \ T ANY TIM I!, ' '*''' When \ou am in our neighborhood we .linulif fe- 1 obliyid « vol. would give lln „ caIl. «nd auk to I osho»n through i our oUblishmcnt, whether you »nut 1 io buy or not, for if you do not want anything in tlie furniture line at (he ' mom' lit, yoa me almost ce tain to I » T SOME FUTURE TIME : I '*' anil once you have Rcen the (normnuj ! selection wu P»t before tho public, Hnd I lie reasonable prices, youarooboohiU lv certain lo deal with tin. If ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

TpOST OFFICE HOTEL (Oppositk thf. Codiit House), MORKK. THE above Hotel which }mr long bucn looked upon as ono of tlic lea, ling Hotels iu Moree, Iihh just Leon takcD over l,y Mr. D. E. KIKKBY, who intends to cou. duct it on upto-datn linos. Ile«t Brands of Wines, Spirits, and Hccra. First-class Accommodation. Good Stabler. t). E. Kirkby, ' POST OFFICE HOTEL, S1O11EB ri^HK IA1PERJAL HOTEL, BAI.0 and IIEBKK STUEKTS. MOREE. A. A. EVERINGHAM, Desires to announce that the above hotel is replote with all tho nppoiutineuta nece3sary tor a Firet-olass ? Hotol. Winea, Ales, Spirits, and Cordials of tho very Beat Brands iu stock. Excellent stabling accommodation. T- A N K nOTEL. Alfred H. Kirkby, PROPRIETOR. (Luto of tho Richmond Hotel.) BEGS to state thnt ho has taken over the above Well-known HOTEL. Accommodation second to none in town. Private Rooms for Families and Boarders. i The New Buildings are replete with all tho : latest improvements. ; Boat Brands Wines, SpiritB and Boers. i Exoe...

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WESTERN LANDS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

WESTERN LANDS BILL. No measure introduced daring the present session of the Sta'e Parlia nient has perhaps attracted morit attention than Mr. Crick'a Weitern Lands Bill which bai juit passed its second reading liy 52 votes to 7. Although 'land liilis have been known in our Assembly to wreck ministry after ministry, it would seem that such measures have n peculiar fascination for the majority of our legislators. They seem to invite the introduction of a nnvr land bill To the unin itiated this mny seem somewhat, strange, but offer all it is in tho fitnesi of things that any proposal having for its objpet the apportioning of the public estate, should create a considerable amount of interest. The Bill which has now passed ita second reading is a measure, of considerable importance, and it ia not surprising tbat the debates upon it were long and keen. The condition of pastoralists in the Western Division and the disabili ties under which they labor, were discussed at great length. The nu...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

Dr. Tomlinson MAY' be Consulted at the Roy a Hotel New Building*, oppoairn Uoidlpy's Store, pending the arection 0' a reaidence on the adjoining allot ment ? Houiia : 9 to 10.30 a.m., 1 to 3 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. MEDIOAL OFFICER FOR THE MOREE HOSPITAL. THE MOREE EXAMINER AND CEHERAL ADVERTISER. . SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7.

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THE DATCHET DIAMONDS. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) CHAPTER XIV.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 December 1901

THE DATGHET DIAMONDS. (Ar,T. RinitTs Rrskrvkd.) BY RICHARD MARSH.. CHAPTER XIV.-(coNTiNUED.) ' Nek't timii you'll get it. I'm drpacitnl sliort cf. tciupcr, I nin— can't, .stnml no frossiiiR. Tulk to mt about the stute of thu tuition, cr tliu price of coals, or your inotlier-in-law, and I'm with you but Durations I bur.' Puxton tried to summon up a Bmilc. ' Under different circumstntici'S ' I should bu linppy to discuss with you thu political and other tendencies of the agu Imt just Tit- prudent, for conversation on such tin uxalted plane, the conditionB can scarcely be called auspicious.' Up went the pail once more. '? None or your sauce for me, or you'll yet, it. Now, what's the matter ? ' The iimttei wus that Pnxtun hud closed hiH eyes and compresued his lips and that a HUKgestivu pallor had come into his uhcuka. The pnin of his lioa tures waa rupidlv heconiine so exurucia tinp that it was an much as he could do to bear it and lump hin sensi's. ?' These ropeo of yours cut like kni...

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