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GOVERNMENT INTER FERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

GOVERNMENT INTER FERENCE. The movement which has been Btartetl in Sydney with iho view of forming a union to oppose Government interference with private enterprise is ono which is attracting a connidernlila a'nount of attention, ond has drawn remarks from the Slnto Premier, Mr, See, who- exprPEsi-d the opinion that tlio primo movers in thn mat tor were somewhat»belated in their 'movements. He also pointed out that they si-emed to forget that legislation should not be carried out aololy in the interests of a clique or pnrty, hut in thn interests of the whole of the people of tlin Stale, Those, wishing to form iho proposed union are Blron^ly opposed to the course ndopred by Mr. See »nd his colleagues in connection with labour logislnlion, and not only so, but are fearful of thn encioachments of State socialism, which to them appears to lie a voritablo spectre. They 'contend that this State socialism, w!uch in their opinion in u very dungnrous ' thing, has been gradually growing for ye...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

Church Notices. WESLEYAN— Moree lla.ni, Mr. Higgins ; Binneguy, 2 p.m., Rov. F. W. Hynes ; Moreo, 8 p.m., Rev. F. W. Hynes. PRKSBYTERIAN-Sumlay, January 2C— Mores, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. ; Ty cannah. 3 p.m.— Rev. G. M. Torbett. M.A. ROMAN CATH0LIO.-Mr«s 8 a.m., 10.30 a.m. ; Benediction 8 p.m.— Father O'Connor, CHURCH OF CHRIST.-January 26-11 a.m., worehip, and breaking of breail ; 3 p.m., Lord's Day School ; S p.m., D. -'!. McCallum preaohen, subject, 'Oroanio Union. Tuesday, 23th inst, 8 p.m. Gospel meeting, subject, ' Z&clieuB and Je»UB.'

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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ILLEGALLY SELLING LIQUOR. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

ILLEGALLY SELLING LIQUOR. A'tnan wait arrpstcd in tlipJudgR and Jury Olnh on a chnrijc of illrj;a!Iy spiling liquor. H» win brought lipfore the Court yesterday and remanded.

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

j _ ? — While Moree Sleeps I am Awake ! I offer to the Ladies of Moree and District three EXCEPTIONAL prices in Costumes made to order ! No. 1 Black Mervilleux Silk Costume made to order £2 15s No. 2 Linen Grass Lawn Costume made to order 21s No. 3 Muslin Costume from any Muslins at Is per yard, in twelve various designs, 21s. SPECIAL PIJEOHASE = 115yds Black Mervilloux Silk 2s 3d yard. 5doz Lace Collarettes, all at Is. f AM IN TOWN & CAN BE CONSULTED AT ANY HOUR S. O-. XXOA.X»ZIX1'7, 3MCO3ECXIXI. Forthcoming Sales. A. E. KEMP. On Saturday, 25th inat., at M. I. Catnpbolt'a furniture fsotory, Hjsber-at., furniture, 4c, CRANE k GALL, On ThuraJay, 30th inst , at tho shop, Hobor Street, stock-in-trado of Win. Nagle, bankrupt.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Latest Telegraphic. SYDNEY, Tuesday, HOMEBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

I Latest Telegraphic. I '? SYDNEY, Turarlny. | HOMEBUSIf. I 1020 catHe yarded, Prime scarco, ^' 15i liifjher ; otliars unaltitod. Bust |! banf, 26.i por 100 lbs ; l.ullocke. £T, 10s \ to £10' Cs; cows, £5 to £7. 27,000 ; BWp ppnncri. Values unaltprw). :' W«ther», 7a Gd to 133 : ewes, 6s to Sh . 8d.

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

Auction Sale. SADDLERY, SADDLERY. Estate or Wm, Nagle, in Baskrbftcy. C~ RANE & GALL have recoived instruc tions from \V. H. Palmer Eaq., Official Assignee in abovo Estate, to eoll by public auction at tho shop, Hobor Street, Aloreo, on Thursday, the 3Qth inst., at 2 p.m., the whole of tho stock-in-trado of the above Estate, comprising whips, spurs, bridles, haroots, irons, bits, etc., etc. Ter^s-Casu. . No Reserve. CRANE & GALL, Auctioneers. Furniture. Furniture. M0NSTF.R CLEARANCE SALE OF SUMMER GOODS. -* V.. KBMP has received instruction!! ±3L. from M. I. Campbell to sell by pqbllo auction at the Factory. Heber Street (oppoBito tho Royal Hotel) on Saturday, 25th inst,, at 9 p.m. nharp — A. largo quantity of Furniture and Effects, including suites, bedsteads and bedding, chairs, tables, wiokerware, bamboo blinds, crockery, glassware, ornaments; -water bigs, etc., otvt., and other articles too numerous to mention. Boll Up 1 Roll Up I I ? T, B, KEMP, AwtlvQWi HILL, C...

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

Itchiuess of the Skin. Ever have any irritation of tho skin ? There are many forms of it, any of them bad ouough to tax your pationce. Hemorrhoid, a p^ue of tho niK),t ; no rest for the suflerer from this complaint. Eczema, too ? hives don't sound dangerous but they c»use much misery to tiioae unfortuuate onoujth to bo troubled with them. Doan's Oint ment is 'a wonder' for any su=h trouble. No troublesome -irritation of tho skin oau resist its healing, soothiug influence. Lots of Nurrabri people know thia now. Air. Jaa. McCutcheon, Tobacconist, Mait land Street, Narrabri, says:— 'Five or six years ago I had a rash break out on the leg through riding in a raw hide saddle, aud it lasted over siuce till quite lately. 'At the time it became so itchy that I had to get it seen to, but tho troatment I obtained did not do it any good, tho rash still being a« bad as over. Finallv I obtained a pot of Doau'a Ointment at Ford's Pharmacy, and after a few applications I lost the irritation. I hav...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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V.A.T.C. RACES. JANUARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

V.A.T.C. RACES. January Mektino. The following are the results of the raoing in connection wiih the V. A.T.O, January meeting at OaulBeld on Sot day : — Koalcaribb Trial, IS furlongs ? Sun- set 1, Moonbeam 2, Tit-for-Tat 3 ? time lmin. lCJatc, Hawthorn Hurdles, 2 miles 64yd».— Earl of Oarrick 1, Victoria 2. Full Charge 3 ; timo. 3min. 55«ec, Anniversary Handicap. 1 mlln 3 furlongs.— Gaznlle 1, Orotonne 2. Union Jack 3 ; timo, 2min. 26Jsec. Rowena Stoopieohose, 2 miles.— Thargo 1, Talk of thn Hills 2 ; Sealing Wax 3 j timo, 3min. 58}iec. Holiday StakeB, 5J furlongs. — Robert Bruce 1, Hard vLo« 2, Donald 3 : lim*, lmin. lOJsrc. Tooronga Handicap, 7 furlongs Great Heart 1, Mairp 2, La France 3 ; time, lmin, 303ec. Cast Iron has been withdrawn from tho S.T.O, Challenge Stakes. Mr. A. K. Lee. who in yoari past owned several racehorses, died at West Maitland on Thursday from typhoid fever, Weights wero to hive appoared yestorday for tha Kewmarket Handi cap, Australian Cup, Oakleigh V\»te ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sport. WARWICK FARM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

Sport. WARWICK FARM RACES. The following ia the result of the racing at Warwick Farm on Satur day ; — Flying Stakes, 6 furlongB — Rnskiri 1, Valonto 2, Viotory 3 ; time, lmin. 16Jsec, Stewards' . Mile,— Spring Kose 1, Abe 2, Pegasus 3 ; time, lmin. 44}seu. Two-Year-Old Handicap, 5 furlongs, — Merton Steel 1, Light Heart 2, Fairlawn 3; time, lmin. 5£sec. Warwick Handicap, 1 mile 2J fur longs. — Chassepot 1, Lulworth 2*Un. daunted 3 ; time, 2min. 18aec, Pace Welter, 6 furlongs. — Abe 1, Dalniore 2, Oinderman 3 ; time, lmin, I'soc,

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Third Test Match. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

Third Test Match. The weather was cloudy when the test maloh was resumed on tho Adrlaide oval on Saturday. With five down_ for 266 Qmife (51) and Braund (35) tha not out men, continued the innings of the Englishmen. Arm- . strong opened with the ball at the Cathedral end to Quaife, who glanced the 6rst for 3. Braund out him for » similar number. Triimble howled from tbe othtr end, and scoring was slow till Br«und placed Trumbh to the square -leg boundary-,* Howell relieved Armstrong, bub his leg troubled him, and play wai deUyed while it wai attended to. After finiihing the over, Howell left the field Jones taking his place, Howell had bowled two overs, but he soon returned from the pavilion and resumed trundling. Quaife twice got him into the slips for couples. The fielding wag inclined to be loose. Braund nearly pullod Howell on to his wicket. The batsmen were again playing nicely and seemed to have got a good night of tho ball. The wicket was all against tho bowlers so far, becau...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Cricket. GWYDIR CUP COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

Cricket. GWYDUl CUP COMPETITION. Tho match which took place on tbe local Cricket Ground on Saturday afternoon hetween the local player* and a vUting team from Gunnodnh in connection with tho Gwydir Cup com petition attracted a very fair number of spectators, and resulted in an easy win for Morce by an innings and 70 runs. Jenkins aud Mancheo were the top scorers for Moree, the first-ntmed putting 24 together and the other 52, ' thfc former hitting one for live. Links was the top scorer for Gunnedah. making 18 in the first inning) and 23 in the second. In the first inning! for Gunnedah Stewart took 5 wickets for 20, Jenkina 2 for 20, M&nohee 2 for 0. In the second Scott took 6 wickets for 6, and Manchee 3 for 7. The following are the scoros : — Moree. Jenkins, b Lobhan ... .. ... 2* Mancheo, b FiU^eralu ... ... fi2 Fletcher, run out ... ... ... 7 Stirlon, lhw., b Hinton ? 3 Kckford, b Hinton ... ... ... 3 Stewart, c and b Fitzgerald ... ... 18 M'Donnell. c Edwards, b Fitzgera...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Correspondence. To the Editor of the Morce "Examiner". [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

Correspondence. - ?? ^ To (he Editor of tht ifone ' Examine)-'. Sir,— I uliould like- to draw the attention of tho public to lho increas ing disturbing elpments churoh:KOKr8 havH to put up with, hoping that attention onco being dniwn to them, the offendnrs may discontinue. First, lot me take the budding musicians who make their practising hour on piano or band imtrumnnt fit in wiih the church hour. Then, tbe youngsters who comn round the churches to pUy and yell in an out landish manner ; and, thirdly, but not by any means least, those oiTendurs who takn thiiir pet poodles to church much lo the disgust of those who arn not dog-fanciers, thus tending to dietraot the attention of tho whole congregation from the services, I am not a believor in curtailing thu liberty of tlin residents, but I think they might, have a littlo respect for those who wish to attend service. I urn, yours otc, 0HUR0HGOER,

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Morce Stock at Market. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

Jlnrce Stuck at Market. Tho following salon of stock from thiB district wore ropoi ted from Homubush on Friday lost, : — A. O. F. Munro, 55 bullocks. £6 19s lOd ; r-!)3 wrs. 10« 2d ; Eitaw Ute M. Holmon, 0 bullocks, £0 i 28 cowa, £4 1 5a 21 ; 3 stoorfl, £2 lf» ; 4 hi)if«rn. £2 I5i; J. McDonald, 22 cowa, £0 63 01; Estate Uto A. Molntmh, 384 xlned wrs and owoi, 8i ldj 135 xbrod ewea, Os M.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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A Colony of Outlaws. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

A Colony of Outlaws. In Lower Caledonia tbero is a colony of outlaws, and some of the most noted escaped criminals who operated during the latter half of the nineteenth century Rre probably to be found in this atrange nest. Thoy live in a strange, rueged stretch of country with tho Gulf of California on one aide nnd a range of foothills which spread down towards tho Mexican border on the other. There are no ports at this point on tho const of California, and no railways reaqhing in from the other direction, so the men are pretty well isolated, Occapionally they will send out for a supply of provision* whon the larder sets low, but they are awfully cautious about this, for they are afraid of tho outside world, and for good reasons want to have nothing to do with it. They have been congre gating in that spction for years, and no effort haa been mndu to disturb them. They do no harm thero.

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

Anniversary Races. The following are the weights for the Amalgamation and Anniver sary Handicaps, to be run on the 27th and 28th intst:— FIRST DAY. Amalgamation Handicap, 7 furlongs. R. G, Kendall's Ooolibah ... 9 9 H. Evoringham'a Repeater ... 9 7 H. Gall's Peerlike ... 9 6 V. E. Kirk by 's Cutaway ... 9 5 J. Jamieson's Louis d'Or ... 9 2 F. M'Grath's Plaintiff ... 8 9 E. Ball's B.K. ... ... 8 7 J. H. Jurd's Florrie ... 7 11 E. Ball's Lady liipon ... 7 7 A. Jurd's Snablats ... ... 6 13 A. H. Kirkby's Evangaline ... 6 11 A, Everinghatn's Retort ... 6 11 B, Harris1 Moorebelle ... 6 9 SECOND DAY. Anniversary Handicap, 1 mile 1 furlong, R, G. Kendall's Ooolibah ... 9 .7 H. Everingham's Repeater ... 9 6 H. Gall's Peerliko ..94 V. E. Kirkhy's Cutaway ... 9 3 F. MoGrath's Plaintiff ... 8 7 E, Ball's B K. ... ?..'. 8 5 J. H. Jurd's Plorrie ... 7 9 E- Ball's Lady Ripon ... 7 5 A. Jurd's Snablats ... ... 6 11 A. H. Kirkffy'a Evangelina ... (3 9 A. Everinghnra's Retort ... 6- 9 J. D. Oliphant...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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The Land of Promise. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

The Land of Promise. What particular magnet there is in '.:V South Africa which in drawing eo many Australians thither it ia not eaBy tes^e, '.'?'. In Victoria — but that immigrants !; muiit possess a hundred pounds cash — i1' the exodus would apparently have :,. ritohra) serious proportions, and while eliawhere the movement is not so largo, there is no doubt that one of the causes of tho extraordinary number of volun teers who have offered their services ,:? for tho new contingent all over Aus ; ' traiaaia is the desire of mon to try their j fortune in the Black Continent. l'.\:: While warnings appear to be almost I ' 5 entirely useless, it may be worth while :.. '?'?. to recapitulate the reasons ?which should ? ' . mtilcn a prudent man hesitate before ?%? risking his all on the venture. ?}! For the alluvial digger there is next ;?%; to no opening, The mining ia all in / J)|8 iftniji of big' QompunjeB, »nt) (rem thisnaturo of ihn ground U liltr.ly to continue bo. The actual Imr.d w...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Political Labor League. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

Political Labor League. A spocial inditing of tho Moreo branch of lho Political Labor League was held in the small hall at the School of Arts last niglit for th« purpose of taking further stops in connection with the approaching municipal elections. The vice president, Mr. J. Wilson, occupied the chair, and thero was a good attendance. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and con. firmed. A brief discussion then followed regarding the arrangements to hn made for tho selected candidates Messrs. McOarthy and Warner to address meetings of tin1 ratepayers after which Mr Dolahunty moved that the two candidates should speak first on the square near Bedford's hotel from a lorry and afterwards at Eust Moree, opposite Oliphant's hotel. Mr. J. Breen seconded tho motion. Mr, Slater movod ai an amendment that they should npeak from balconies in the town, but after Borne discussion this was withdrawn and — Mr. Dalahunty altered his motion to the effect that, they should speak from the b...

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A Charge Worth Remembering. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

A Chaise Worth Remem bering. Which 13 it to be, ' Hands Up' or 'Charge?' (The extract is from an article in ' Blackwood.') Tho word is taken out of our mouth, no trumpet ever blared it louder, a splendid word, whether from brass or human throat. And with heads down and heals in they charge. It must be a gallant sight to see the grey boar not die but burst his way through those who hem him in. Tbe fine old Indian hunting song might have spared a verse for it, With lowered rifles these trapped English boars thunder up the gentle Blope, the dust of hundreds of bullets meeting the cloud from their horse's hoofs in a yollow confusion. They close with the scattered line of Dutch men at the top — sonio of whom are mounted, some knneling, some leaping into the saddle — crash through it, and tear down tho other side. A roar arisoa at that tremendous meeting and parting a roar of rifles, and blasphe ming, cheering voices. Some of the Boers upon the ground cock their weapont up sideways, and s...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Mission Work in New Guinea. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

Mission Work in New Guillen. Dr. Stone-Wigg, Bishop of. New Guinea, has been delivering an address on mission work in his bishopric In the -course of his address the bishop referred to the lives led in New Guinea by tho gold diggers, and narrated soveral experiences with men of that class. Ho referred to the rough lifo which they porforco lead, end tho familiarity with death which their environment gives. His summing np of this portion of his addreas waa that life to them was very lurid, and they grow very callous to their sur roundings. If thero was no elevating principle to rouse them and bring spiritual things to their minds they Bank very low indeed, The cost of living was very high ; a year ago a 501b. bag of rice or flour oost £4 10s, potatoes 19i a bag, and other provisions were high in proportion. It cost a man ono ounce of gold per week to live i therefore wages had to be high. If & man kept a dog to guard his tent, the keep of the animal was the aame as that of the...

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Kangaroo Tails. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 21 January 1902

Kaugaroo Tails. The London correspondent of the ' S,M. Herald' writes : — VariouB con signment of these goods are on the market, and some of the newspapers havo been calling special attention to them, but this has not incroased the demand very much, as they come here not prepared in a proper manner to meet the popular t-tate, If ox tails were offered for sale dressed, or, rather, undressed like the kangaroo tails, very few would be oaten, The kangarso tail cornea with all tho hair on,, and by no stretch of imagination cat] they bo called attractive, or in other words, to ' mako the mouth water,' They should bo skinned and wrapped each one separately in vegetable parchment paper, the samo which ia used to lino tbe butter boxes, If thU were don« and «« tails puolced I- 'iOng boxeBi j£ .rigth arranged according to the tails, and tlioto put in layers alternatively tbiok aud thin ended, like champagne is paoked, then the British publio would look more favourably upon the kangaroo Uil, an...

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