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MYSTERIOUS SHOOTING AFFRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 10 December 1901
MYSTERIOUS SHOOTING AFFRAY. A mysterious shoot in' nfFai r occu : red , at Quarry Hill, near BiMidijjo, nn Sunday night. A s'on keeper namul Andrew Jones wok nivnknncd I.y n noise at his front door. Upon ip-fin' it ho saw n, man who iininndialcly poin'ed. a gun at Joins and fin-l, t lie shot taking i-fl'ect in tho breast. Jones staxgored and fell His nssnilnnt ajuin firod a second shot which lodged in Jones body, whoso chest was riddled with shot. Jones lias sine; died.
SHOOTING AFFRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 10 December 1901
SHOOTING AFFRAY. John Stratford anil Edward .folm arouc Imvo been rnninnded for a week in connection without Sunday night's Rhoo'iug nfTriiy, during which n ni»ht watclimnn \vas attacked. The lalter ill dlnrnil that the assault win unpro v( knd, and that ho used his revolver in ?'If defence \ A boy. naumcl. Uilbl-rt Wost, o»Fd 6, waa knocked down iiy n. tram in Newcastle yesterday, Tim tiody was sevnrpdat thf! waist, death wbh instnn* tanoous. ENGLAND v. NFAVOASTLK England v. Newcastle I'), tho httor i are all out for 211, England, ami innings, 7 out for 100.
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 10 December 1901
Cricket. A team representing Moreo Cricket Club visited Gunnedfth on Saturday last to meet tho latter town in tho first match of the competition series arranged by the (Iwydir Cricket Union for the Cup presented by Mr, A. B. F. Zlotkowski. The game resultwl in a win for Moree on the Hrst innings bv 22 runs. For the winners Stirton's 26 was a very valuable contribution, and Manchre also played well for )0. In tho'socond inning* Doyle played n sound vigorous innings for 56, hitting one for 5 out of tho ground, Manchco and Scott scoring 17 and 10 respectively. For the losers Clemens 21, Lobban 15. Lochrin 12, and (iainbou 10 played well. Stewart, 8 wickets for 41, aud Mancheo, 7 for 53, did tho bowling for tho winners. Lobhan, 9 for 65, Clemnna, 4 for 44, Walker, 5 for 33, did tho bowling for the losers. Socially tho team anil the ' juveniles ' had a good time. Following aro the scores : — MoilF.E. — Ut Innings. Fletcher, b Lobban ... ... ... 7 Mancheo, b Lobb,\n ? 10 Stirton, c anil b...
Somewhat Mixed. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 10 December 1901
Somewhat Mixed. Apropo? of a yarn going tho rounds of tho presa concerning tho mixing of two babies, thn offspring of a woman and her married daughter over Westrulia way, the infants being born on tin- satno d.-iy and placed in a cradle tngptlwr, to the. overlas'ins; confusion of both. A certain lady, the wife of a in- dico, and a Mrs. Blank living next door, each gave birth to a child about the same time. Mrs. Blank was a poor woman, her husband an invalid ind*r tin! cure of the mi'dico, and the lat tor's good larly being of a very charitable turn of mind, was in her own room nursing Mrs. Blank's baby jus', at that time when her good lady friends called lo pay their respects to the little stranger. One lady, over anxious to please, ventured the remark, ' 01), the little durling, isn't it like the doctor.' ' Oh, no,' came tho reply, ' it can't be ; this is poor Mrs. Blank's baby I'm nursing ; mine is in the cot.' The visitor fell back upon the weather as a topic both could agree upo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 10 December 1901
' When Buying a 'Waterbury 'Watch See that it fears the Words | WATER3UBY WATOH CO., As a guarantee of its genuineness. THE SPIRIT OF THE TIMES One Commonwealth One Stimulant Boomerang1 Brandy. _.OGt CiSbJEBXlW TOBAOOO Is Cool Jb Sweet. Manufactured & packed in England by Lambert & Butler. Welcome Nugget Tobacco, Mi ghest Grade of T. V. Williams' Co 's CELEBRATED MANUFACTURE. Obtainable in Plugs and Pocket Tins. \ - H \ £ V/\v.i?_.'s Baking1 Ponder, j i ^'i- ovcmvheri:: I f V,r-.v.'A's Baking Povdor, - f Alv'iys all there. j £ 'WVilgil's I-esl of all, ] j^ Others to the wall; i '/ Ijo ncSvUcil, try it, v* Vou'll never deny it. ? jr G-cod maybe some ; r Better can be nona; ? Bsst only o_o; ? Place fairly won. £ Dr. Waugh's, The best isWaugh's, ^ '?'itliout iitiy Maws, 1 Then use it, because ^| Experience makes laws. 'i Always purest, always 'best, j Ever surest, never a pest, J Always safest, unfailing test, J Ever makest avoid the rest. '* Sound judgment impels, J Ev...
EXECUTION OF BROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 10 December 1901
.JEXEOUTION OF BROWN, Divid Alexander Brown woo execut ed at Boggo Road gaol, Queensland, yesterday morning for shooting Graham Havearth at Chirtws Towers ; death was instantaneous, Before the csp ' was adjusted the condemned man maffl a statement, expressing his penitence for thn crime, which ho attributed to drink, and prayed God to have weroy on his children. Alderman J. Huglien has been eleoted Mayor of Sydney, defeating Sir J. Graham by 12 to lp,
CALENDAR FOR DECEMBER PHASES OF THE SUN AND MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 10 December 1901
0ALEMDAB FOR DECEMBER PHASES OF THE SUN AND MOON. Last Quarter. Hoc. 3, 7.50 a.m. Now Moon, Dec. II, 12 53 p.m. First Quarlor. Dec. 19, 6.35 a.m. Full Moon, Dee. 25, 10.16 p.m. j « ! i i Oay. of Week. K * I « 1 soil § x \ I s p. rr uni.! i. n. h m. :i m h.m.ja. m. a.m. 6inday ... I t 37 u SI 11 26 !) 38 Monday ... 2 * 37 f 52 a.m. 10 40 Tuesday ... 3 1 37 5 53112 011 38 Wednesday ... 4 I 37 I 54il2 33 p.m. Thursday ... 5 1 37 S 541 1 4 1 29 Friday ... 6 I 37 6 55! 1 37 2 24 Siturday ... 7 4 37 « 5K| 2 11 3 17 Sunday ... 8 4 38|6 57 2 46| 4 10 Moudiy ... 9 4 38-8 5S 3 251 5 3 Taoaday ... 10 4 38jfl 59i 4 6i 5 54 Wednesday ... 11 4 38;7 0! 4 52 6 43 Thursday ... 12 14 387 Pj 5 41 7 SO Friday ... 13 |4 38 7 1' 6 33 8 14 Siturday ... 14 14 38(7 1: 7 27 8 55 Sunday ... 15 4 387 2 8 231 9 34 Monday ... 16 4 387 3 9 20(10 11 Tuesday ... 17 4 39:7 3 10 19,10 45 Wednesday ... 18J4 397 4 11 19)11 21 Thursday ... 19 4 397 5 p.M.jU 57 Friday ... 20 I 407 5 1 24| a.m. Saturday ... 21 4 407 6 2 3...
Pastoral Market Intelligence. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 10 December 1901
Pastoral Market Intelligence. 8YDNEY 1R)DUCE MARKETS Vpry f^ood business was transacted i i prarlucH, but witli the r-xception of oniom and mill ulTn! values showed no mulerial altnrntion Chickwbnat wni in K°otl domnncl, and 2s 7A-1 to '2s 8cJ wns ril.tniii'il for sninM lulu of prinm samples at auctonl' Muizo was do prfgej, ami prime grain was variously quoted Hi 2« 10(1 (o 2i l!'l. Imported fB s Imd imprnvi'd a'ti'ii'ion, nirl sevcinl pnici-is of New Z-n!nr.d B . i;rnd--, ns uall ns Tasnianian, cliaugcd hands at 2a lid. Tasmnnian straw WD8 mill dllbrod at £'2 ,'-;. A'iidnide cliaif was dull, despite llio reduced supplies received by rail, aud con signros only sold a few loads of prime samples at £3 7s G 1 to £'3 10*. Wheat — Hilling wheat to 2s Od ; chickwhnat, prime, 2a 71d ; inferior broken samples, 2s per bushel. Flour. — Oity roller £6 10a to £6 Ioj; Manitoba £11 per ton, Pollard.— Quoted to 9Ad per bushel. Bran. — Quoted to 8Jd.' OhafT.— Local : Prime. £3 7s 6d to £3 10* ; med...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 10 December 1901
The Pony Stallion, 'Starboard.' By Mandrake, dam Grannie -, Mandrake by Trenton. Terma : !Ci 2s per mare. A reduction made for two or more mares. Good paddocks, but no retponsibility. Mares must be removed before 1st January GEORGE M. PAINE. T() STAND THE SEASON AT GLENTHOBPE The Active. Clydesdale Stallion 1 Erin's Isle, — By Saii.t Patrick. — TERMS ? ... £2 10s per Mare. Mares must be removed by the 1st JANUARY, 1902. Good grass and water, but no reeponsibility. J. G. WILLMOTT, Glenthorpe, Meroe TO STAND THIS SEASON AT BOUAWILDI, The well-known Ponv Stalliion, 'The Gem,' By Chevy Chas (imp.) The Gem was a. winner on the flat and over hurHles. He has takiri tiventy-sevcu fir.it prizes at various shows, both in the riug and in harness. His action in harness is admitted to be perfect. Tebms— £2. Good grass and water. Every care but no responsibility. C. J. M'FARLAND. North-western Steam , Woolscouring Mills Wool Sooursd on Commission Only. ARTHUR THOMPSON & CO OFFICES IN ALIO...
Mail Time Table [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 10 December 1901
Mail Time Table Arrivals fbom ?Sydney, Nirratri, etc., II. n5 p.m. daily .iuu.liy oxcoptad). Mungindi aud Wallnn, Hnrah, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri.lovs, 11 n.m. Kunopia Tuesday ami Friday, aud Gil Gil, Tuesday and Thursday, 10.30 p.m. Boggabilla and Gooudiwiudi, Wednesday and Saturday, 1 a.m. Warjalda and Pallamallawa, Sunday and Thursday (by coach) 3 p.m. Bingara and liinnci;uy, Mouday and Fri day, by rail, 4.25 p.m WariaIJa, and Uravcseml, Monday, Wed. nesday and tiiday, (by rail) 4.25 p.m. Cobuedahaud Euloune, Mouday 10 a.m. . Bnllorih, Tuesday 3.30 p.m., Friday II Talmoi Monliy and Friday, noon. ToIloiaRa. Sunday and Thursday, 8 p.m. Depaetdres fok Narrabri, Syducy, etc., (OlDce closes 4 p.m.), daily (Saturday cjtccptcd) Co ibedali aud Kuloune, Wednuda} , 2 p.m. Bullarah, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 1 m Talmoi, Weducsday ami Satnrday, 2pm Tollornua, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 ym Mnngindi Walton, and Garah, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturd ly, 2 p.m. Gil Gil, Tuesday and Saturday, c...
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 14 December 1901
I'KOCliKiS ASSOCIATION', A meting ,,f tlmlkonii Progress Associi li™ wan |l(..|.l ,,„ tho 7th instant, Mr. C. 1', K'»Khl-.ii(I-resideiH.)omipiuillho ulmir, ?'id there wuix prosunt Muasrs. I'. It. rciiwick, G. H..|.ery, K. If. Keen, .1 ll-ti:l.«iis. S, Bou((htuii, 1-: .Sullivan. \V. I 'kins (Ireasurer), a. d I'. C. Smith (Secretary). It was 'decided that a petition shcild ho drawn up and signalun-i nhtainud ihnelo for piu-iMitation to th,! l'-i-im-is!|.r-(ti-ni.|'i| The . Secretary was instruct,-,] tn writu In tin Minister for Works asking the cms,; nf fit' lay iu ulf';iriii-? iJislnm-i-i h-i«i nl^n in rlrarii.K the road from thu ', u.ilu ,Kg to thu town. ' b Tin- .Set-retiiry was :ilsn instruoted to write to Ihu Diriment c,f Education a«kin-' the cause of delay in clearing thu school laud. It wan decided that thu member for tho district should be ciinvmiuicuted with pointing out Ihu necessary delays caused by local inspectors not sending in their rcpirts re ro;id cluarinus and hinds...
TARMERS AND SETTLERS [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 14 December 1901
I'ARMEKS AM) SKTTLKRS. i\ nieutiu' of lh,, [.-iirnuMV ,„„] .,st.,,|K,s' Awuiiiti,,,, muh l,,,l,| ,,| ||,,. p. ? ,.„ ??' li™ 7,1, ins,,,,,. M,. ,.. „.' ,, .„ !,f l-.l-«..h-..l,o.-,.,|,iral:liu.:l,-,ir ? lihci.. iv« a l-irKBiilluudnin-o of muii.b.-i». A t usuluf ion w.t» (.jni inl in i iw. ..in.™* .t... « wnir should l,c f.,rm.,l at. „,„ iKMl f Uimlan Cr.i-ksn as i,, lui 1 1,« w-.lt from tlui lUrlinR How into lh;,t „„.,.„. ,'T1 It w...l..c»l,.l f,n,,,,,,,,.;,,d' thu with Irnwal of the Hoek r..ut« tbr,,,,K|, ,|,0 j.-an,| bun»'nd imxin ''?' :''' ''' ',''lieati'' 'f A protest w.iyp,',''/'','^;.'.™' 'liu'new emulations ,u siih-Mimg s.-uk-muut loases for «i-.7..nB ,ii- oth^rp,,, ,«,„.,,. hn.|inries wer.i in.uh, L-oiK.--ri.il.' tlioKHI,t »f iMfK) f,,r th,.- prnprr .Mnblixliim, of a watorii.g plnee at Uuonnl well It Urtsdnoidrtl to seek thu co-operation of tbo V. and S. br,,,,:|,6s i,, ..l.t.iiuil.g country r.presunt.ition on tliu .Slock liaarda.
Boomi. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 14 December 1901
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 14 December 1901
Whoa, Buying a 'Waterbury 'Watch 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. X.OG- c-A-Bxar tobacco Is Cool '? Jk Sweet. Manufactured J- packed in England by \ Lambert & Butler. Welcome Nugget Tobacco, ; Highest Grade of T. C. Williams' Co -'a I CELEBRATED MANUFACTURE Obtainable in Plugs and Pocket Tins. HILL, CLARE & CO., SELLING AGENTS ONLY. TJie Best Firm in Sydney to handle your FAT . STOCK, . WOOL . & . PRODUCE. | Personal Attention. Highest Pkices. Prompt Returns. ' 'Auction TSales OF . . SB 83 In 1 Sheepskins, Furred Skins, Hides, i Bl I* V BaB Tallow. Hair, Horns, cones,' &c ? ARE HELD REGULARLY by \ DALGETY & COMPANY, Limited, | j SYDNEY : | ? - 1 Purchase your c 1 WINES AND SPIRITS From the Celebrated and Old- Established Firm of SANDEMAN, 241 PITT ST. 241 PITT ST. G.F.O. Box 315. Telephone Jt'o. 119. SYDNEY. Br«nch House...