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THE SECOND TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 January 1902
THE SECOND TKST MATCH. Thero wns another bis; nttomlunco at tho crickot inatcli yesterday. The woathor wns beautiful, mid tho wiekot perfect. Duff nnd Armstrong rcsuuiKd batting, and hoili played vory confi denily, losing no opportunity for scoring, but taking no risks. Arm Htrong played ou th« defotmivo, allowing Duff to do tho scoring. Thn laitor was tho first to go, after having mndo a magnificent exhibition of hitting, which lasted threo hours and tvventy oight minutes. Iioth colts were accorded a grrat ovation. The weather in Melbourne yesterday was warm with a northly wind blowing, Tho wicket was good and the outticld very fast. All tho conditions were in favour of the batsmen. Tim general opinion is that; Australia will win by a substantial margin. Tho following aro thn Litest scores : AUSTRALIA. -Second InuingB. Duff, b ])rau nd ... ... .... 104 Armstrong, not out ... ... ... 45 Sundries ... ... ... 9 Total ? ... 3J3 ENGLAND. — Socond Innings. MacLaron, c Trumblu. b Nobln .....
Kate Greenaway. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
Kate Greenaway. Kate Qreenaway. the English artist, famous for her illustrations of children's books, who died on November 9, was one of the group distinguished as ' the three Christmas fairies' by an English writer. The group consisted of Miss Greenaway, Randolph Caldecott, and Walter Crane. Miss Greenavray was the daughter of a wood engraver of London, so may bo said to have in herited her talent (points out the New York ' Tribune ') H«r father saw chat sbe possessed it when she was a mere child, and gave her the first lessons, Her favourite occupation in sohool ib said to have ' been that of sketching her oompamons, which she did in preference to studying — some- times with Bad results.
The Decay of Manners. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
The Decay of Manuers. A writer in tho ' Daily Mftil' re peals a common oxperiencH : — My experience on the day of the Lord Mayor's show confirms my con viction that women are deficient in the moral sense. A crowd of well dressed ladies, obriously bent for seats courteously placed at their disposal by the other sex, hustled one another at the railway booking office, breaking (he line without shame aud even trying to head it. „ A protest by a, mere man sgainst BhoYihg (yes, shoving ! ) evoked a scornful look from a woman whose dress was worth more than her man ners. It inisht have been a rush for a bargain counter, so forgetful were these women of the conventions which tha moat ill-educated man is careful to observe,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
[?] [?] All Piping the Praises of J~. is. :k:_a_'^~_ Havo you'soon Us now shop in Hober-stroot ? If not, way' not I Fwo First Olaas Billiard Tablos always eoln?. Billiard Players can rookoa upoa having; a boo& gamo of Billiards, tho Marker boins .'ono of tho few. THE ONLY TONSORIAL ARTISTE~OF THE NORTH WEST er The Hairdiiessi.s-o Saloojj Is Unequalled, jsj All Tobacconists Requisites of thebest brands. Agent for B^ale Sewing Machines and Pianos. npo LET, from 21st of December, JL ' Boonory,' with all conveniences and 5 acres of land- For keys apply at Mr. Canvin's cottage at rear. Mehi Dairy. nnHE above Dairy is now open and L The Proprietor trusts for a fair share of support from tho townspeople of Moroo. Full particulars will appear in a future issue. Milk, 4d per quurt delivered. A. R. LOMAX. Auction Sale. JF. BOYDELLhis received instructions . from the Representatives of the Into Alex. Mclritosh to sell by Auction nt Mclntosh's yard on S.iTUKDAY, 11th January, at 2 p.m. ...
The Second Test Match. VICTORY FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
The sccoml Test Match VICTORY FOR AUSTRALIA. The second of tho five Test niatohes between MacLnron'a team und Aus* tralia was concluded on the Melbourne Cricket Gronnfl on Saturduy in .the presojee of a fair number of spectators. As shown by our Saturday's issue, the Englishmen on Friday had livn wickets down for 147, and still leqniral 25^ rum, Ha'l the weatlvr kept up (fays tho 'Sunclny Times') this might not have proved beyond them, but with a bad wicket, thn result of heavy rain, it was an impossibility, mid Australia won by 229 runs. It was a reintuk able win, nflcr thn cxUnordinaiy events of the UrBt day, when no fi'wer tlmn twouty-fivp, wickets foil. The match oxcited very great inte.rett, and drew enorniouH crowds of prople. . Heavy rain Ml cnr'.y in ihe morning and the wicket wus in such a sodden ttato lli.it piny was not resumed till uwuuiiy uhuu'uh (jhki. 4. .111a i^uiuu was soon over, Trumblo and Nobbi doing all the howling that wa&necessary. Great enthusiasm was...
Lord Roseberry's Favourite Preacher. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
Lord Roscberry's Favourite Prenchcr. . Now that I)r. Huntpr has gond to London (snys ' M.A.P.') pprhaps tho most pop'jUr prpaohor in Scotland is the Rev. Hugh Black, who his lately Imen thrilling Nnw York congregation*. His oo-religionists ttiprn have been tempting him with offers (o succeed the lato Dr. Badcock, of Fifth Avenue Ohuroh, but tho claims of Edinburgh ore too strong upon him. Mr. Block shares with Dr. Hunter the distinction of heiu'g the only man who can always make suro of Riling tlio chapel of Olasgow University. Ho is still a rery young man, short and slight, and darkly poetio ' of aspect. Lord Hose berry is one of his. keenest admirers and most frequent hearprs at. St. Georgo's United Fion Church, lo which, by the way, an American pnper Ims innocently referred as a 'Limited' Free Qliuroli, . .
ThePassing Show. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
ThePnssing Show. There has been a slight stir in municipal quarters in Sydney during the past f^w days. The new Mayor, Alderman Hughes, and the new Town Clerk, Mr. Nesbitt, have both entered en their respective duties and have both received the com rnttilar.innn onA good wishes of thi-ir friends. Alder man Hughes is thfl youngest Mayor, but has given as an alderman plenty of evidence of the ability he possesses, and has shown a considerable amount of real in carrying out certain muni cipitl reforms in the interests of the citizens who place, a considerable amount of confidence in him, His office during 1902 will be by no means u sinicure, as the retiring Mayor, Sir James Graham, has left work in the Bhnpe of projaoted munioipal reform which will require a considerable amount of judgment and effort in its completion. There is no doubt he will rocoive the assistance of the ' reform party' to whioh he belonged, and whioh will, no doubt, with the now Mayor in the chair, not be slow to a...
A Distinguished Democrat. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
A Distinguished Democrat. Former Governor Thomas Gpode Jones of Alabama, whom President Roosevelt has just appointed United States District Judge, is a distinguished democrat, with distinotlv modern idnaa of southern nrozross and southern politioal necessities. Descended from an illustrious family ot old Virginia, ' he is beyond dispute a conservator of ' the south, while his free and advanced opinions in she matter of negro rights and promieouous lynohing place him in the very forefront of the newly Awakened state builders of Dixie Judge Jones was born in Macon, Go., 67 years ago, and was brought up in Alabama. He fought nobly on the lield of battle for the confederacy and received the personal tbanka of General Lee. After the war. he took up the practice of law, and wan at tiroes a journalist, a legislator, an officer of militia, and an orator, whose, eloquence tilled those who heard it. In* 1890 he ?was eleoted Governor of Alabama, and in 1S96 be led the movement for sound raont-...
A Useful Shed. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
A Useful Shed. When stacking straw eithpr in the finld or barnyard, a good shed suitable for oittle, nhoep, or hogs, or evp n rough farm tnnlg and implements, may be mndn with litt'o work. Before thresh ing, secure, six posis. oach eight feet in length, and fnrkod afc one pnd if possible. At thn place the slack is to lin built, set tliR posts about 2 feet deep in tho Rround, in rows of three po»ts on each side ; the rows piaht or ten feet npnrt, and poi's nino fppfc apart in row, Takp two poles each 20 feet long and pken mi oh eaoh row of posts for crosBpieces lo hold top. Lay rai'a rr poles six or eight inches apart on top of the crosspircps, and net ordinary fence rails, Manting, round frame, leaving one end open. Tho mils should be, closo enough together lo keep the straw froin falling in or being pullfci nul. Build I he stock on top of this framp, and a comfortable slidlter will bo provided If dpsiml, stalls mny he mnde in the shod, and the sizo given— 20ft. long nnd 8ft. on 10f...
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
Brevities. ._ILwju'flnnounc«l that 20,000 of tho now Tho Uontnl Queensland Meat Export Company, Limited, has beon registorol in London, with £150,000. It is piopo,Lil to acquire tho moit export works at Uoek Sir Horace Trabr, the Agont-GenDi-.il for Queensland, hai invited flOO gue»ts to n convers'ziono at the Imperial Inntitulo on January 27, in honor of .Ntajor-Gonorul Sir H. C. Chernuiiio, the nuw Governor of Queensland, and Lilly Cljornsid.j Lieut, O. GrillUlisaiiH Lieut. J. Tedder of the New South WMea Mounted Rides are convalescent, and havi- resumed duty. Lnml soven miles foom Johannesburg ia bei'R 'old at £50 ao acre. Tho Highland ISa'.herini: which was held at the Sydney Cricket Ground was a gient great success. A man named Candy, who hnd boon musing from his home at Sutherland for eome dayn, wan found in u deusa scrub in a di-plr-rablo condi'ion. l'rofossor .-Edwarrl Kllii Morris of tho Ch.iir of English Liternturo nt tho Mel bourne University, has died of pneumonia, He wa...
Foreigners on the Rand. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
Foreigners on the Rand. In the report of the oase for com pensating a Greek alleged to have been concerned in the Johannesburg plot against Lord Roberta it transpired, according to affidavits, that most of the 20,000 whites in Johannesburg were' foreigners of anti-British view*. From the first week in July, 1900, the British authorities received fre quent warnings of the existence of a plot, and at last, on the information of a fpreign officer, thoy were placed in complete possession of the details. Twenty thousand is the exact number of British subjeots who signed, thn petition to the Queen (rhich led to the [ war.'
Most Wonderful Explosive. WHAT MAXIMITE WILL DO. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
Most Wonderful Explosive. WHAT MAXIMITE WILL DO. Hudson Maxim, the inventor of ' Mnximitp,' which Iihs recently been adopted by the United States Govern ment, gives a clear account nf his remarkable invention in LpsMo's Popu lar Monthly. ' Mnximite, he says, 'which has rpcnlly been adopted by the Govern ment, linn satisfactorily stood overy test to which it has been subjected, and there is noiip of llw foregoing requirements which it does not fulfil perfectly. It is very inexpensive of manufneturn ; has tv fusion point below the temperature of boiling water ; cannot lie exploded from ignition, and indeed ennnut be heated hot enough to explode, for it will boil away like water without exploding. It is, therefore, oerfpctly safe to melt over an open fire for firing projectiles, in the. same, manner that asphalt is melted in iv street cauldron. Should the material by any chance catch fire, it would simply burn away liko asphalt, without exploding, Wbon cast into shells, it not only sol...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
Local and General. liiNi'.Aiu Pleased.— General satisfaction H fait in Hingara that the Minister of LandB has sanctioned thn Biugnra-l'iedmont land exchange- This will cause alirgo area of v\hublo agricultaral and dairying lauds in close proximity to tho lown to bo thrown open if tho siifrgosliona of the local land hoard, made when reuoininendiug the ex change, aro carried out in their entiroty. Kiplisg's New Pokh. — Rudyartl Kip liugi' tiUut poem, which has been published in tno London ' Times,' is Baid to bo most Imperialistic in tone. Tho author at the samti tiiuo taunts tho B'iti-ih with having to send to the colonies for men who can ride and shoot, whilst they thumselves devote most of their timo to football and cricket. Cyclone AT Nabkabri. — A cyclone, which did a oonsid rablo amount of damage, passed over Xirrabri on Sunday. It wrecked many building'* and reuderod several peoplo homeless. Tr.e Inspoctor General of Police, who' waa wirod to in reference to the matter, at on™ ...
Moree P. and A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
Moree P. and A, Society. The usual monthly mpetirig of the Morne P. and A. Sooiety was hold at thn Post Office Hotel last night, when there were pres»nt Mei.ira J W Scott (in the Chair), W. Kendall John Cameron, D. E. Kirkhy J JT Kay. W. Kirkhy, J. T. W. Scott, J Morgan,. R, Dolandnr. W. J. Stawart' A. O Prannfl T T? n ? _ __ i .« * Secretary, S. L Oohon. The minutos of the previous meeting were rnad and oonBrmed on the motion of Mr Morgan, seconded by Mr. Bramma. The oorrespondnnort included alett°r from the Department of Lands with referencn to Mr. W. P. Kirkby'a tiomi nation as trustee in thn place of thn late Mr. Molntosh, and statinsr that thn nomination should be forwurried through tho member for the district and should embody the full name occupation and address ot the nominee It was decided that the request should ho complied with. . The United ARrioultur*l Sooiety'a Association wrote, asking for ooopera tion in the matter of obtaining freo passes for judges visiting ooantrv...
Pallamallawa Farmers & Settlers'. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
Pallamallawn Farmers & Settler*'. A meeting of the Pallamallawa branch of the Farmers and Sottlers Association wss Imld at the Pioneer Hotel on Saturday night. Araons; thosp present were Messrs S. Oiwana^h president, in the 'chair, O. Bouzhton. vie* president, R. Jones, sen,, O. H, Watt, treai., H. Finn, T. A. Oupple?, J. Ooppock, J, Daley, and the sec, F. Boughton On the motion of Mr, Jones, seconded by Mr. T, A. .Oupples, the minutes of thn previous meeting were read and confirmed. The correspondence included a letter from Mr. Wobster, M.L.A. re the question of lease subletting, and stating that the Department fully recognised that a lessee might wish to take in stock, for a Bhort pnriod, and perhaps on a, sudden emergency, and that in such cases tho Minister granted permission without delay. Mr. Webster also wrote advising the association to apply for a fresh estimate of the cost of the proposed Pallamallawa bridge, and to point out why suoh was required. He stated thnt h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 7 January 1902
Head the THE MOREE EXAMINER FOR PASTORAL AGRICULTURAL COMMERCIAL SPORTING AND GENERAL INFORMATION. j JOSSIKCr IJT ALL I ^ ITS BBAtfOHES, p 4 PS0M A 0ABS L I TO A POSTER, f ? 'EXAMjNER1 OFFICE, HOTEL VICTORIA, OPPOSITE RAILWAY GATES AND ARTESIAN BORE. Jas. LILLTMAN, Juar. Wines, Spirits, and Beers of the best Brands always on hand. GOOD STABLES, Jas. LILL7UA1T, Junr., Tmctini? Azont. For Messrs B. Kivhunla & Son and Tno Australian Chilling and Freezing C»., Ab«r.U«a, ConaignmeuU of Fat and Store Stock received for Southern Marltet«. Drorera instructed and their movements dirocted accordingly. TRUCKS eiiKaged and Trucking den* MORKE, NAKRABR1 and B0GGAB1U. Moreo Address- LILLYMAN'S HOTEL EAST MOUEK. N.B.— Have buyers for large or small quantities of fat utook. Tho baths urn a upueiai (calnte, and having s«ured the right to u«e tho Arteslu Belt .water (speoially rocominonded to invalids an-1 others by thi ' l'haruiaoeutioal Journal,') is ablo to supply hot aud cold baths at all...