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Coronation Costumes GORGEOUS COSTUMES. ACCORDING TO RANK. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

Coronation Costumes. 1 ^-.— — ? GORGEOUS COSTUMES. AOOORDIN'G TO HANK. The rulo3 and regulations governing what is lobe worn Rt the coronation of King Edward next yenr have just been issued by the Earl .Marshal. Among olhor things, thero is a curious graduation in ill'! fur trimmings of the robes, -Oiich emphasises tlm fine distinctions existing in tho ranks of the aristocracy. All the peers have been notified that their robes must bp of 'crimson velvet, edged with minever, the cape furred with minever pure and powdered with bars or rows of prniinp, according to their degree.' Here follow tho numericul graduations distinguishing between the ranks. Barons nre. allowed t wo rows of erminn, Viscounts two and a half rows, Earls three rows, Marquises three and a half rowg, nnd Dukes four rows. All the mantles and robes must he worn over full court dress, uniform or regimentals. Tho Earl Marshal's order banishes counterfeit peirls and all jewels from coronets, which are to ba silver gilt,...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Transcontinental Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

The Ti'iiuscoutiueiitiil Railway. Speaking at the opening of the new road fiom Claremont (W.A.) to tli« tea Sir John Forrest said that ho would do his best to have the transcontinental railway carried out, and they could take his word for it that it would be carried out. A conf. rence. of engineers in chief in the vinous bates would shcrtly meet lo consider thu question in all its aspectf. He believed that the mutter would bo considered by the Federal Parliament sooner th»n was generally believed. Sir John Forrest mentioned incidentally that although he had many poor relatives who would bo glad of Government billets, he h»d not a single blood relation in thu public servicn of Webtern Austialia. Lord Hoputoun, in his speech at tho banquet tendered to him at Ka! goorlie on Thuradiy night, reforred to the transcotititiput.il railway. His Excellency siid he hoped to seo it con Buintnated hcfu-u the clo-:e. of his term of ollice, nnd to drivr the last rivet of the work u'hxli would compl...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rontgen Rays for Cancer. ALLEGED REMARKABLE CURE [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

Kontgcn ISuys for Cunccr. ALLEGED HEMAEKABLE CUltE An pxlraovdinary cure for enncer in nn ntutefomi by means of the Bontjjen r.iys hns be^n certified to by a congress nf cjuiunnb physicians at Atlanta, Ornrain, xays the New York: corres pondent of r.liR ' Morning Posf.J' Dr. TTnichinn. n sppcialiat in canc« rous disease?, is responsible, {or tliedisco\'.pry. Hn r'ni a paper before thf) coiicrRs', in which )ir dpaorihod his Fre.itmenr, and eo that thorn might bp no doubt at' hi* moults, thn patient. Mr. JJ-nrd, ' who hail beuti uudur Ur. Hutubini'; r.ne, \v« presented Hi 'hi! congress and PX..IIII.IM1 by the iloclnrs. .Mr. Ho.ir.l, wlmiR.V) years of .%'?, w»s ut.nul.-n I oiislit years a^o by cancer of thn -bin, nn I I he diseisii tprcitl over hisfnce. Hn trie;! nvery known uiii:1, and wu tV'der the earn of many fpmi\H9'!-, all of whom pronounc-d the mse n- be incurable. List March Mr. Henrd came to Dr. Hutc'.iiiis. The cancer had spread so ilint. bis Imver lip and chin were eaten ? a...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How Mosquitoes Convey Disease. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

i3(MV Mosquitoes Convey Discusc. There is n. groat deal of usnf.nl nntl intcrrstin'; information in tlio little book entitled ' Jlosijuifoi-e,' by Dr. L. O. Howard. It is not a ponderous volume, hub tho subject is treated scientUiiul'y, nntl K\w many questions that inevitably orisn about tills ob noxious phi^.ii! urn niiHwond in n most clear ntui salt-ifuctory minnpr. Among the scientists qu red nrn Piofi-ssor V. L. Kell 'j;,', -if Stanford University, Professor E. W. Ilils-nnl, of tlio Uni versity of Cnlifornin, Professor Mnc Cilluni, of Juhns iinpkins University, and other iiivcatjgnturs of world-wide repulo. Prom I ho results of many experiments in n!l p»rt9 of llin world Dv, Howard lifts drawn his conclu» sion?. Since it Iihh hcin nscei tiincd with onrtninty during tho lust few ypora that the spread of yellow fevor in Ouha is dui'to ilm mostjuiio, thero has ?-?!. . doen » piTsiflti;nt ill'oit on thn pnrt of '!:? 8oi''nli-iia nntl physicians to learn more '??.?'? of this (luiiscr...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Soldier's Physique. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

Soldier's Physique. An English correspondent, fresh from a dinner with Mr, Oeeil Rhodes, sondo tin; 'Atutrnlian Ilr.vicvr of Reviews 'some gossip on this ques'ion, which shows how our men compare with the1 English volunteers. It nr, pears that Rhodes win painfully struck with thn inferior physique of many of the city hro-! volunteers font by knjland to South Africa. The vo'dt nurtured Boer in, nf course, a bicg-r, stronger, and lmrdier mail than tho volunteer from thu narrow 6tree.U and over packed houses of a suburb in London .-r Manchester, '? Tin- only fighting men whom we. have sent out, whom Mr, Rhodes respected for thoir pbysiquo und lighting qualities,' says this correspondent, ' wcro the Austru li ins,' I do not know that he over saw tho Canadians, but for the Australians he expressed thn greatest, roifnril,' This in a circumstance most Australians will bo tempted to sny, remarks tlu- editor, which provpa Mr. Rhodes' shrewdnefs and insight I

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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The Unemployed [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

?Tlio Unemployed. ? The Laimur Ontiiinis'ioners report tlmtupioihe I) 1st December, 1 901, the tntal number of men nyi-fred -ii-c.' September 1, 1900, was *1 1,371, exelnsivo of thnse whose names hive iipi-n removed from tl'e register hrouijli death, misconduct, etc. Ol 'Ins number only lft4G reported th.Mii ?elvrs du'ing the inontli of December »s (.till out of work, the. numbers in each c'ass being: A (clerical), .'(G : 15 (M-clmnini)), 121 ; Cl (1st ynule bibnurers), 4''.l ; 02 Clml Iir.de bibourpr«;, lOlt.i : 0:5 (-'in! grade li'mureis), 10'J ; total, lS-tij. One hundred nnd thirty two of tho men registered in classes A and I! were also re^istei od for unskilled, 14 being in the 1st. grade, 110 in Hie 2'id, and 22 in tho 3rd. Upwards of 4000 of tin- men who have been sent lo woik during the year have no', yet reported oil, and over ')000 who have gi»en no indication that ih-y are still unem ployed havo been temporal ily removed fioin the eligible lists until ihey again report. D...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

rpO LrST, from 21st of December, JL 'Boonory,' with all conveniences and 5 acres of land- For keys apply at Mr. Cnnvin's cottnge at rear.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

Church Notices. WESLEY AN— Moreo 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. —Mr. HiggiDB j BiiiRcrang 2 p.m.— Kov. F. W. HyneB. PRKSnYTKRIAN'-Sumlay, January I'.l Moreo, U a.m. and 8 p.m.— Hcv. G. M. Torbott. M.A. ROMAN CATHOLIC -Mass S a.m.. 10.30 a.m.; Benediction 8 p.m.— Father O'Connor. CITUUOH OF CHRIST.- Mr. T». C. McCallum. Kvumulist, has bnen rt engaged by the Disciples of Christ in the Moree dibtriet, and will preach in the Christian Chapel, Morce, at 11 A.m., and 8 p.m., on Sunday, January 19th., and at 8 p.m. on lanuary 21.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

[?] [?] D. A. Mulligan 6 Co. Jewellers- & Watchmaker*. ALL GOODS AT LOWKST SYDNEY COST. ALL WORK GUARAN TEKD. S)im't Forget to Call Kufore jfoiny clseMiiere. I). A. MULLIGAN & CO. lido-street, Morcc. Nuxt Imp.-rial Hiili-I. The High School, Inverell. '?fAHK bny's department of the above .A. School, formerly conducted by the Misses Ligyins, will for tli« future bo innli-r the charm of Mr. C. F, lClliini'ton, Exhibi tioner, Houoiiriiiiin :in.l IVizsninii of tlio Melbourne Univwsily formerly First Assistant nt St. I'a'ilM Cathedral Choir School, Melbourne, then Headmaster of tho OrainiuiKchnril, S.'imv. and lately Classical Ma.-turat 'The Si'IhmiI,' Ms. Victoria. In aiiilithu to tin; clashes for yiiui-t; or lack ward pupils, boys will b.: nrepnred for tho Junior and«*cuinr I'ublio Kvamin.itioiiH, Malrieulalion, and Ibo Kxaiiiiuntioiis of the Haulier's Institute I'barmncy Board and Civil Service, Special attention will be p.iiil to tboso subjects nccessiry to quilify fur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

P k II is Hi.. Tin*. Mark ?-*,».-* A Post:.| Cnnt Itnincsl ot tin- imivii« ami D ff* O brim'- v.;.. Hip If'' RUBEROSD ROOFING 73 In llu- fllni.iti:. It li.i«I-oiil!.l'.|.-..'' U umtli C'hiM|ift ami Cooler tliau Iron. ' 1'. ISIfll i CO., LTD., SYUNIIV. \ RHU R R\ FU' ''''?''' '?'?? ? ''* A ' \SIMPLE.\ \autoh.t.\ E. RICH & CO., LTD, X3*'- \ \ SftFiTY \ \ SURE. \ \ LIFf\ SYDNEY, H.S.W. \ CHEAP.\ lloSlirpiO.l ','tt P& p. |l;i!,l|«'i ?tfi'lt T P ^ B DAMPCOURSE, ';i| cni'itract tltiiii any ei'!.llhnc. ? intlii'i.nrl.a. I' i: 1! Ibmpcoursi}, E. 1U0I1 anil CO., LTD., SYl'NUV.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

A Lane dove Legend. The'caso of Mr. E. J. HOPKINS. {VOW TOR JiOIVTU SYDNEY IT.OrLE.) Tho South African war gavo to the JBritisli colonies a clinnco of proving thoir pafiotio loyally to the motherland. Tho spontaneous demount rnt ion of practical sympathy from the wlmJe of llio Aubtral aaiim grout) lin.1 liiul tl:u effect of ahowing to tho world that, lite JSritish people aro un'voraiillv IhwiiiI together heart ami hand. New Snn.li Mules vontiiigciitn were de spatched to tho scene of action with ft miiiiiiinin of delmy, anil in some quarters ib Ims liecn said that our men were, ill eiruiiipcd— n proljahlo result of tho limited time to mnlto prqwrali'ina. finilillnu wcro provided whiuli havo met with iiniftvoiir . ablo criticism, and thn tjimlily nml construc tion of the general nutlit has l«cn tlio sub ject of much comment. A gentleman qualiliud to iiprak on this matter hud a conversation with a reporter tho other day at No. !iO3 J-ano Covo I toad, North Sydney, whoro a saddlery busi...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

WANTED a (Jood Second-hand llor-e ? Draw Apply by l.-ttcr, \V. It BUCKNKLL, Royal Hotel, Moree. Burwood Ladies' College. OITUATKI) in a clurminu and huuliby t~ Ideality, di,tant lifu-en minutes by tr.iin from Sydr.uv. l'resident. lleO. K. J. Rod.l: Headmis tress, .Miss Weirnc.M.A., as-i-tcd by an ex. purii:m:cd ami cumpoleut stall' of resident and visiliuu teavliers. Tim Ci.l!e«« .-omprises a liigh-clasa dav 3cliool, a iclinel homo for boarders, a Kindcrgarlun and Preparatory School. Prospectuses forwarded on application to the President. Tho next term begins on Wednesday, January 29th. IMPOUNDED at Boi-ahilla on the :23th December, 10U1, from Downs' enclosed paddock, by C. Ujrdon lisy. Damages nnd driving loU,| ;—iinv goliltug; hlaelt point-, iudi-ueribablo bran.l near shoulder, like SVR ull'flioulilur, star, whita olrual; down noie, broken, 5 years. If not released, will be bull at Uiis pound at noon on llie 2;ird day OiJanunry, ittCii. J. NhWLANDS, Poundkeeper. Municipal District...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

DEATH.   KILLEN. — At Belfast, Ireland, on Friday, January 10th, Rev. President W. D.   Killen, D.D., L.L.D., aged 96. — Per Cable. IN MEMORIUM. MURPHY. — In fond and loving remem- brance of our dear sister, Deborah Murphy, who departed this life at Moree on January 11th, 1901 — Thy gentle voice now is hushed, Thy warm, true heart is still, And on thy young and innocent brow Is resting death's cold chill. Thy hands are clasped upon thy breast, We've kissed thy lovely brow.   And in our aching hearts we know We miss our dear one now. Inserted by her loving sister and brother- in-law, J. and S. Boughton. THE MOREE EXAMINER   AND GENERAL ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 18 January 1902

Wedding Bells. Inglewood, the residence of Mr. John King, presented a verv gay appearance on the 18th December, when Miss Kate, third eldest daughter of Mr. John King was married to Mr. Patrick John Ryan, eldest son of Mr. Martin Ryan, of Chelwynd, Victoria. The ceremony was performed by   the Rev. Father Robinson in the presence of a large number of friends and relations in the hugh airy dining room, which was tastefully decorated for the occasion with flowers and evergreens. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired in a lovely triined dress of white silk, tucked bodice trimmed with chiffon ribbon and lace, tulle bridal veil richly embroidered, and wreath of orange bloseom. There were three bridesmaids— Miss Mary King (chief bridesmaid), Miss Stella King, sisters of the bride, and Miss Katie McMahon, cousin of the bridgoroom— all very prettily dressed in white shower of hail muslin dresses, silk trimmings and hats to match. Mr. James Ryan, brother of th...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

i Bead the THE MOREE EXAMINER FOR PASTORAL AGRICULTURAL COMMERCIAL SPORTING AND GENERAL INFORMATION, J JOBBING IS ALL I I ITS BRANCHES, \ A TV.QU A OAKS W j 10 A POSTER. I 'EXAMINER' OFFICE! -^ MOREE _f__— .— — it|* 'T' — HOTEL VICTORIA, OPPOSITE RA1LW4.Y GATES AND ARTESIAN BORE. ;[; Jas. LILLYMAN, Jtuw. Wines, Spirits, and Beers of the best Brands always on hand GOOD STABLES Jag. LILLYMA1T, Ju&r., Trucking Agent. For Messrs I?. Richards A Son and Tnc Australian ChilHn« and Freoilnf! Co., Abtr.l««, Consignmtnts of Fat and Ston' Stock received for Southern Markets.' I)ror«r« Imtrnote* and thr-ir movements directed arcnrriingly. TltUCKS enRaged and Trucking d*n» , MORER, NAIUtAMU and liOOGAHRl. Morco Atldrew— LI LI.YMAN'S HOTEL BAST MOUEK. N. 15. — Have buyors for largo or Brnall quantities of fat stock. Tho baths arn a spooial foaturo, and having «or.rcd tho risht to ufo tho A-teaim Ber* watot (spooially rocoraraendi'd to invalids and others by th« ' Pharmacoatical JonrnaJ,')...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

PD CORSETS PD ^^^'^ recognised.., W /W STANDABD wNB^tM HIQH'0LA88 M %:--fi! -'PW\ \ CORSET * \ «T':j^«i.) I '' lh° '***&* vKjf.vn 'i ~^^ L th'oughout . , . \V\0\ ^$m J* *he World ivery Genuine Pair /3?p£§$k bears this TRADE /^ffiasjgla MARK on band \gJ||H$&' Bowaro of Inforlor Imltailons, Dbtalnablo from All DRAPERS Evorywhort. 80I0 Asonta for Australia 1 borsdorff& co.^iv; iv.M;^r.r XMAS SUPPLIES And EVERDAY WANTS ANTHONY HORDERN'S are prepared with BITHEE OH BOTH. and tbo near approioh of tho Xmai SeiBon and the fact that, thji ia a workaday world prompt) them tn emphasise their ability to supply, and to impress upjii country people the importance of ordering oirly: AS ZMAS DRAVS NEAR, the railnayn get congested, and tha steam ers that trade round the coast aro burdened with increased cargoes, so oven as the oarly bird catches the worm, will country folks who order supplios promptly make sure o gutting the goods in amplo time. ANTHONY HORDERN'S havo boon XM...

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ENGLAND AND GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

' ENGLAND AND GERMANY. : Austrian newspapers are decidedly ? more favorable to Great Britain. The 11 Vienna Free Proas' states that the : warmth of the acknowledgement of the '.; Colonies' self-aacrificea shows that Mr. J Chamberlain was right in alleging that -' Great Britain was qo little Island ? Empire, but represents the British ? raoa in five parts of the world,

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Latest Cables. LONDON, Monday. THE AFRICAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

Latest Cables. LONDON, Monday. THE AFRICAN WAR. The Chief Boer depot, situated between OHphant and Crocodile rivers, in an almost inncceasabla position, contains 60.000 small arms, a quantity of ammunition, and. provisions. Thoro are indications that resistance to the Boors will not be broken until Zoutnansbe'r? in occunied.

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CRICKET. THIRD TEST MATCH. AUSTRALIA.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

CRICKET. THIRD TEST MATCH. Australia,— First Innings. Darling, o Maclaren, b Blytho ... '{ Trumper, run out ... ... ... 65 Hill, oTyldosley. b Braund ... ... 08 Duff, c Lilley, b Braund ... ... 42 Armstrong, o and h fiunn ... ... 9 Gregory, cBlyth, b Braund ... ... fio Trumble, b Clunn ... ... ... 13 Howoll, c Braund, b Gunn ... ... 3 Noble, b Gunn ... ... ... J4 M'Leod, b Gunn ... ... ... 1 Kelly, not out ... ... ... C Sundrioa ,,. .... ... B Total ? 321 Bowling : Braund, 3 for 143 : Blyth, 1 for U ; Gunn, 5 for 76. Englakd.— Socond Innings. MaoLiren, b Trumble ... ... 44 Hayward, not out ... ... ..,, 44 Tyfdealey, not out ... ... ... 4 One wicket for ... ? ... 08

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THE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

;the plague. j Two fresh cases of plague have | occurred, the victims being Mrs. and : Miss Gardiner, residents of Rush ; cutter's Bay, who have tho diaensts in a 1 .very mild form. The pationts have been removed to the Quarantine Station. There is a third auspicious caao in the neighbourhood now under observation. It now transpires that a man recently died in the locality under suipiciouB circumstances.

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