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A Terrific Cyclone. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 December 1901
A Tcrrillc O.y«l«n«. Tho 'Ballarat Oourior says:— The ravages of tho cyclono which did so mqoh damage in tho Sulky UuHy nnd Wallaoe district?, are still tho ihomo Of conversation and. tho sulij-.-ut of in - -! 'I'll ' V ?-.' .1 .;?? , 's.-, .,,, 1. s.'K ? ;,..,,. ? ? | i!'«- di-iM,,;!!.,,. Nwr,,,:;.; ,,,' ,,;:;,;' «.!?. the llniing i,, ,i.w, ,„? u.1,,,,1 , :»'-?iv plmiah. T!... f.,m,Kl a.,.| I'.,,: »yu-; heavy, piece ,.( inu.-lnr.u,-,-. «„. l;...wn „!,..,. ,.y ,|n will,, wilh |!ii% si.-ue- n, Hi- j/rounil, nlni(,,t its if it. hid i.eeu limwn by i, illlln. T | „ ';*.'?' ''V''''1 l'1'-'111 '?' '- Ml'»r. i) i. 11 ? (l' ? 'I ? Ii- i'1'Mi..b. f..r l!': V'-''-' » ? !??!*-?«? ...-l.ir.jr -I.... ? mi-I trn- v.j,p d. mi I 1 1... ,,!. .,.,i, i-'iiliiin..d .,:, f, ? ,.. V1,|.,!. .„;,'. ^'^ li''l') l.-fl. Rl.mli.u ii i,|, o,:. .!„„., ; ?' 'Iks aimind. \ ,.,,,-ii,,,, nf ,l.u|ifii. .. rni I \v,.s uiuncli.il ill', .Hid (in,. nUM1',| 1'O.nd w .is l,i.ii iuvaj. 1 1. mViii- aim - t ?i tmry (file, \},...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 December 1901
Great Alarm Or A I.Al)V, AND fiRKAT CACSK FOR IT, fl 00. Mr i. Win. WhitPl.an, -enr , lusi.liui; it M.itlinil sh.'ct, Kirulii. lel.ilu-? i.n n\. pcillli-uulll.li m.iiy penp't.- Mill Hll'l with inti-fi'S*. It i, nut ^iirpiiiiii;, nnnv n.. al nincd t/iioii iht-y imui tht. sj.i.ptnni', ,u ,1 un.lBslnni) the iv-nl^ wliiuh 'follow in tin. unku uf Iiii-U ho. Surely, j.t sljulily, luiflcichu uill iluvulr.p intn'sjK.at i timili!,', Ki.Jn.'.v divM.n «,..!(. sr, .,.., -l.lv. i ,.„ tio ifhmpiil-. arr- m ?.!? ? l- li\-- - Ii it nifn... vn know it in-naiy tr imI.I. - h.u ,l-.i t ,, . n |)O-srs-ion r.ml I'l.' I I.I. I, he hn 1,1, ,!e., 1,1.1' jnil 1 ? ll.nl.' ll'f Ilir It I. -nil M,h tin b.i kl-iie I., r 1 1 i nninl In f.-lilhlidl in vrm Ml', I l,,'k'hn , '„,, mi .l.il , ml i'l l.iu .,1 I'M, ,,.l I,,,!,,,,. „- kldlll'l ill-) \.,il .nil,' in It, II. ? II, -l.,t,,l. Mis Whiten ail -.11-,- - ?'T.ii--'iie iit'i, ,i, il w.-h iii.. .t-v .lnnmil hy . li-illm'iu,' pii'i uIi'cIi.iiiilI.i',1 me in lh. In, ...
Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 December 1901
Clsurch NoMcr.-i. flHURCll OK KXfiLA.SM)-])«viiil.ei L'j rhristinm D.iy. irr.lv (?.i.niminioti, B a.m. j Mitliii', II a. in ; I-auiisoiii: f, p.m. Similnv niter (Jlni-luiw, '2ft, Ii noccinhcr : Ifoly Coniiiiiiiiimi. S a in. | .Mattiiw, 11 am. ; Kveusoti-;, S p.m. — C.inoii Sowter. B.C.— Deecmlipi 21. Mm ? .Mn-i 7 n.m. anil 10 a.m.; H 'in diction, S p.m.— llcv. F.itliiii-O'Conii'i-. rUESBYT-BRtAN.1— Ufo-inbcr 12!), Mnron 11 a.m. nml8p.m.— Itev. O. M. Tor belt, M.A. WESLICV'AN' CHURCH — llocomlior 20— . Motve 11 n,m. und 8 p.m.— ltov. F. W. Uvnib.
BREAKING THE SEALS [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 December 1901
BltUAKIXii TIIK HEALS. Oliptilill O.'SM'IniUIIII, uf ll... st.'Ullll'r ?lfinz Hi^eur. LuirpoliJ, was chiuai-d nt til'! Police Couil. ytHior-liy »ii|, |,nuk ing thu seals ut s.-n. II,. ,,|,.n |,.,| 1U)t Riimy, mid sii.l Unit lie l.iolii- ih' siail* tlirni! an.l u Ink' miles out, otli-r\vi«.. all would Imv,. I,;.,.,, without fOud, f,,, tllliri! WITH 140 HllllU nil 1.(111. d. After a quantity of evident was mkiMi, tin accused was lined £\o, with costs. The line was puiii under ptotost.'
Bicycle Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 24 December 1901
Bicycle Sport*. - Tho nominntions for the FSicycle Club's Sports, under the nimpics uf tho Moree Branch of tho Lmgup of WhfBlm-n, which arc to take place on .Boxing Uny, nr« the liest ever receive,! for this s'imi' kind of spr-rts in Mornr. Most complete und sn'isf.ictorv arrange- ' nipnts have lieen nmie, and 'hn ', meeting promis-s to bo thn most j successful yet held under the ini'spicrs o£ the Club. Tlie public may rest assured of uettin^ a good day's s-pnrt. Tho ground has been well fenced, and the track is in good order. Mr. Men Goodson, thi! famous cyclist, will make his appearance in 'ft couple of races, and will endeavour to break tile j record This in itself should bu sulli cient to induce a numerous attendance The publican's booth will bo conducti d by Mrs. Bedford and the refreshment booth by Mrs. McOune. Tho follow ing are tho acceptances nnd handicaps for the three principal Rvents : — OPENING HANDICAP— J mile. T. Rorlgors ... ... ... sc-r. E. T. Lescbcrg ... ... ... s...
A DOG STORY. THE COMING AND GOING OF TODGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 January 1902
A DOC STORY. THE COMING AND GOING OF TO DU BKS. TodgersiBabull-dog, bow-legged, deep chested, ind with a heavy undershot jaw. He ia nt present apr-nding his dnys on n quiet Inrm. Todgera wns until re ounllv Iho net nnd pride of n brown-eyed young woman who may bo called Dorothy Foster, whD is a great ndmirer of dogs thnt nre able to light, but have too much self-respect to do so. A few dnys ago Tod gers stood high in that class. But ho doeo not nny longer. Evil companions and tho temptations of city life proved too much for the virtuous Todgers. Dorolhy didn't take muny walks in the city, and Todgera had a good deal of time to spare und develop the habit of walk ing on hia own account. One day he ronmod over to the South-Side. The sui'ioundincu weren't what he had been accustomed to, butTodgers wanted tosee lile llodid. Atthecornei atoodalitth; group of men, well but loudly dri-swd. Ml were engaged reading Hie sporting panels. One of them saw Todgera. '? My ? .' he Haid in tonts of ...
THE JOSS: A REVERSION; OR, THE STRANGE STORY OF POLLIE BLYTH. BOOK I.—UNCLE BENJAMIN. (MARY BLYTH TELLS THE STORY.) CHAPTER I. FIRANDOLO'S. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 January 1902
THE JOSS: A REVERSION; OB, rUE STRANGE STORY OF POLUE BLYTH. BT UICUARD MAR8H. '.: BOOK I.— UNCLE BENJAMIN. : (MAHY .BLYTH TELLS TUE STORY.) CHAPTRR I. FIKANDOLO'S. .;?'. ? I lind had an aggravating day. In .ovorjlhiiiq luck had biM-n against me. I hai cot down Into, mid bui-n Unud for tlmt. Tlit'n whim I went into tlm shou I found I lind forgotten myeuflH, nnd Mr, Broadloy, who wullta thu fiinoy tle parlmunt, marked mo sixpence Tor Hint. Jnflt aa I was expecting my cull for dinii«r.-nn old Indy carau in who ke;it me ftissiiiK about till my eut enmu up— nnd only iipcnt three nnd two alter nil; ho whi'n 1 did po down alono tlinre was nothing luft; nnd whntwaa left was worue than cold. Though 1 was aa hungry us I very well could be I could ucnrcely swal low us much as a mouthful; lukewarm . boiled mutton rased in aolidified fat is not what I enre for. Directly after I came up. feeling hungrier than ever, MiBS Patten did me out of the sale of a lot of sequin trimming on which there wns...
A Prophetic Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 January 1902
A Prophetic I»retiiH. An instance of a dream being ful filled has occurred at Oroetown, on Solway tide. Two children, daughters of Mr, Dorids, Mncksmitli, disapprnrod at nightfall, and search parties scoured the country throughout the ni^hi, without success. One. of thn senrclici-d, Mr, \V. Bcott, of Ciuiseneary, went to bDd well into tho morning and druiunt that he saw the ohiktrcn in a IioIk at a certain part of Lirg Wood. He got up and proceeded to tbo place. Push ing aside somo brushwood he, to his joy, found the children sound asleep. The girls were numbed with the wet and cold, but soon recovered.
Pastoral Market Intelligence SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 January 1902
Pastoral Market Intelligence SYDNKY PRODUCE MARKETS Wheat — Milling wheat to 2s lOd ; chickwhear, prime 2a lOid ; inferior broken samples, 2a 3d per bushel. Flour.— Oity roller £6 10s to £6 15«; Manitoba .£11 per ton, Pollard. — Quoted to 1 1 Ad per bushel Bran. — Quoted to 9d. Ohaff.— Local : Primo £4 to £i 78 6d ; medium to £3 17« 6d. Maize. — Prime grain, dry, new, 2s lOd pir bushel. Oaten Hay. — Local : Prime to £5 10s per ton. ' ;LucemR. — River, prime qualities, £2 7s 6d to £2 10s ; medium from £2 5s. Oats — prime New Zealand foed 3s, other qualities from 2s ] Id.
Blickling Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 January 1902
BHckling Hall. There are muny local traditions, lugubrious and otherwise, associated with Blickling Hall, near Aylshaoi, whrro the Dovvagor Marchioness of Lothian passed away lately The hall was at or.e time tho property of Sir Thos, Boleyn, the father of - Queen Anne Boleyn, who is said to have been born here, aad the story has often been told how the unfortunate lady still haunts the grand staircase, and how at midnight aho rides through the grounds in a coach drawn by four headless steeds nnd driven by a head less coachman, All are heavily draped in black, and the Queen is seated'in her chariot holding her head on lier lap. Her father, for the share he had in compassing his daughter's death, is also, according to a local ' legend, com pelled to rldo in «nd. and over, 20 county bridges in a similar carringo, I whilst tlin Queen's brother, Viscount Rochforil, is ? soid lo be similarly doomed, his headless body being drawn liy prancing horses and pursued by dtimoii8 until the approa...
A Snake Yarn. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 January 1902
A Snake Ynrn. Mm. Isabel Savory tells in her book ' A Sportswoman in India,' a story of ft hen that was sitting, but unluckily for her hatohing operation was inter rupted bV a Cobra. whinll ont-.nrorl thrpugh a chink in the henhouBO. The cobra made a fine raoai of well warmed eggs, but when it essayed to retire by the same hole through which it tntered it found thoso eggs in the way. It was juuch too large to get oat, io it stuck in tho hole, half in the henhouse and half outside. There it wa» diioovered the next morniug in a ?nrfeited condition. It paid for its greediness with its life, and thon it paid b«ok the eggs it had stolen ; for when the body of the snake was opened the egga were all found un broken and warm. They were' re placed under the hen, and in due time ware hatohod, none the worae for their pcQUlitr iuQulation,
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 January 1902
Local and General. Hcnwnou Ladiks' Coi.leof.— Attention is directed in our advertising columns to tho opening nf the next term of tbo Burwood Ladies' College, I)nr.r;r.u.Y Rack Ci.rn.— Tbo Dolgclly \\t\v.u Club upppfirs to bu progressing in a sati-fietory manner. Wo learn that it now his a substantial credit balance after piyinc nil expenses, and that the membership roll Tun Weather.— Tho weather hns been exceuilingly oppressive during the past fow days. On New Veir's Day tlw thor .r.omoter rcgi--U-rerl 107. On Thurstlav it whs 00 nnd yesterday 93 in the shade. 'The ruin which fvll shortly after 4 o'clock on TlmrprUy nftorivon was most welcome, ;mrl al'.huugh only 'il pointy wars recorded, it d;'l somo good f'r tho timo in thn way of cUming the atmoaphore. There is, however, no iiulicition of any further chango. A Law Ahimxc; Commi'sity. — It issal;a fiolo -v lonoic that during tho Chris'maa nnd Now Year festivities thoro bas lieeu little or nothing extra for tho police to do as fur...
Black Maria. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 January 1902
Black Maria the Enfjlish Home Office is reported to be considering the abolition of Black M»ri«y .The origin of the term ' Black Mkiik' is curious. When New England was filling with emigrants irom me mower country a negiess, named Maria Lee, kept a sailor'a bo»rdinR«hou3B in Boston. She was a Woman of great 'strength, and helped the authorities to keep the p«aco. Frequently the police invoked her aid, ?ud the Baying, 'Send for Black M»ria' came to mean ' Take him to gBol.' British seamen were often taken to the lockup by this nmazon. and the stories they spread of her achievements led to the namo of Black Maria being given to the prison van,
Presentation to Mr. J. Delander. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 January 1902
E'rcscntiitioii to .Mr. ,i. 6-cIuik1» r. An cnjovalile i-vcmng was spent ut tho Pioneer .Sot,-], l'nllamaliawii, on Sitnnlay, when n miuihcr of thu friuuiU of .Mr. .1. Du lander absembled to present him with .is light token of their esteem anr1 respij.:l on tho vo of his departure from the Inn. Mr. C. U. Tonev ocanriuil tho Chair, ami .nnong thoao pru-unr wero Mersrs. S. Civau.igh, K. Nixon, J. Campbell, H. Clinmtxjvu, vi. Smith, W. l'earce, H. Bennett, and F. UmiRlitoii. Mr. Touey, in explaining the reason of thu gathuiiiii;, said it k«vb him extromo pleasure to pre-iilo on Mich an occasion. He w-amro-aii'l he tliuuidit Ils voiecd lho opinions of all prcbuut-Uiat Mr. Dulanlor was worthy of unydo'iionsliMtion they might iiiako on his behalf. (He ir, hear). During the short period ho h-d known Mr. Delnmlcr be could suy that th it gentleman was ovor .ready with a h.-lping hand in any worthy object, and liu w.is ulson prominent and energetic worker iu any forward inovu iiit-nt for the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 January 1902
WOOL. PRODUCE. GRAIN. THE KEW ZEALANDUlSAliB ^EHOAriTSLE AGENCY CO.. LTD., SYDNEY Act as tteliing Brokers only. ? :o: ? Consignors aro absoluroly protected under a chuue in tho memorandum of association of this Company. — WOOL. — Commission for Selling Three-quarters (J) per cent. f (INCLUDING RECEIVING INTO STOUH, FIHT3 1 INSUKANCK, WKIGHINO. LOTTING, RE. ) PACKING SAMPLE DALES, ADVERTISING, CATALOGUING, KTC.) ON WOOL REALISING iifAnrumiCMiin* OVEH SIXPENCE PEli. LU., 'l'lIK CHARGES WAREHOUSING - WILL BK . . . ? 33!M per Bale ? ON WOOi.S RKAL1SING SIXPKSCK AND OVBH I VOVV. PENCE PEK LI) ? 2sfidpor Bale ?\ ON WOOLS RKAUSIXU KOUHPBNCK VKll LB. I AND UNDER ? lsGJporBul Perfect, system of Weighing. Way Bills soul ou application. PRODUCE. Salea of ShoepaUins, Hides, Tallow, Marsupial Skins, etc., hold Weekly. WHEAT. Every inducement ia offered growors to consign their grain for ealization by the Company, Amplo accommodation in providtil. Throo months hoe storage ia allowed, Circulars ar...
The Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 January 1902
The Holidays. Tho holidays pissed ijuiotly and fnr lho mint part uuevoutfubv as f.ir as Morco was cuiiceroo.l. The veathnr was exceedingly oppressive, ami militated to a certain exltnt against tbu aucccs uf lhaac outiluor opons which liaii b..-on arranged for, although, everything cousidircd. tho latter weiu upon thu wholo f,ii,ly «ull attended. On Xmas IS'-.! the streota were woll thronged anil matters wont liiaurcly a::d sinoullily. Allhoufth u.iw, biyht, and enticing g.in Is wcru liisplayoil in the sln-p windows, but feiv onileiivours wuo mailo at oulwurd show or ilecoriUii.il. Tie shops, huwovur, were well patronised, and tho customers re ceiveil nndi:ninislc.l alleiitiun. ?? Uoiug shopping' whs, in tact, tlio order of thing* during the, whole of tho afternoon, auJ before it was done with palorum lias had to dip his hand ritliui deeply inlo hia pocket, and articles of necessity and luxury wore freely purchased for the Christmas. Tliure was thu usual liuXle and excitumeut all r.i...