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Toasts und Titles. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 25 January 1902

Toasts and Titles. The after-dinner speaker who de clared that, ever since public dinners wero instituted, ' the Na»y and the Army have been enthusiastically drunk,' had excellent intentions, but expressed them indifferently (writes tho ' Navy and Army'), Whenever Britons meet together in public and indulge in that peculiar form of enter tainment known as ' toasting,' they never forget to honour the foroea upon which the safety of the realm and the proud position of their country must largely depend. It used to be, «' The Array and the Navy.' Then it becamo 'J The Army, the Navy, and tho Keserve Forces.' Later, when peoplo began to recognise the obvious truth — forgotten, perhaps, juat because it was so obvious — that the Navy is our first line of defence, the form of the toast became in a great many cases ' The Navy, the Army, and the Reserve Forces.' Now it seemB about to undergo yet a further ohange, a change for which thero is overytbin« to be eaid, and against which no ^ood rea...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Marquis of Bute. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 25 January 1902

Marquis of Bute. The young Marquis of Bute comes into his huge property this year. Everybody has heard of the vast in comes rakod in erery year by the Westminsters and tho Bedfords, but the Bute family is hardly second to any. The fortune of the marquis will amount to a capital of between £5,000,000 and £6,000.000 fctwrlin* it, ia it uiiaiuKe to suppose that most of this money is derived frcn the Scotch property belonging to the family, it comes, as a matter of faot, from rich coal mines in Wales, and the docks at the great port of Cardiff. The career of the present marquis has been bo far uneventful, mainly owing to his health, which has always been rather delicate. Still, he is fond of sports, and especially of yachting. He has also his father's religious turn of mind, and travelled last year through Palestine, where his father left him a few acres of property in the environs of Jerusalem, He is indeed a ' golden' youth.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Largest Vessels Afloat. SEVEN-MASTED SCHOONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

Largest Vessels Afloat. SEVEN-MASTED SCHOONERS. The many-masted schoonor iB a kind of vessel that is coming into favour in American shipping circles, It is only about 30 years ago that the three masted schooner cam« into vogue, us distinguished from the original type of schooner with two masts. The ten dency 1M6O in recent tunes is to onlarge the fore and sailers, and diminish, and in somo cases to do away altogether with, the squaro sajls cm schooners. Thn four-masted fnrn and aft schooner is one of the results of Ibis tendency. There is one nt present in Uobsoti's Bay, viz., the Transit, which -arrived from Kureka a few days ago. Her fine sailing qualities wero shown by the way in which she passed snfely through the stormy weather oft thn Queensland coast that did such serious damage to the barque, Louis, which had to put into Nuwcastlo on the Cth inst, But the four-master is now com pletely outdone by schooners that are Vmilh wttli Hvp aiv nr»rJ .«..„_ ? ._ on the fore and aft pr...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Cause of Cancer. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

The €auso of Cancer. The despatches from New York telling of the success of Dr. Hutchins, of South Carolina, in treating a caso o£ face cancer or epitheliomtj with Rontgen rays brought out the fact that this treatment had been followed with equal Buccess at I no jjomlon bkin .Hos pital, At the present moment a more serious case, one of breast cancer, which differs slis[htly from face cancer, is being similaily treated, nnd definite improvement is recorded. On the heels of this comes the startling stuto ment that cancer is dun to salt in food, The ' Lancet' recently published a long articlH by Dr. James Braithwaite advanoing the theoiy that excess of aalt in tho diut is one of the four factors which originate cancer. It is an pssontial factor, ho says, but is unoperntivo without at least one, probably two, of the others. Excess of salt iimy arno from individual taste, or from much snlt meat, or from too much ordinary me*', which, o! opurso involves much wit. V»':^rhctors tiro nn ovef...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Mrs. Roosevelt on Dress. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

Sirs. Kooscvclt on Dress Mrs. Roosevelt's plan can be in telligently explained by her friondp, and they can prove that by a little thought and good taste, a woman can make a fashionable appearance on £G0 a year. One of tho modistes who servo.I Mrs Uonsevelt during the I lino that her husband was drawing a salary of £700 a year as Civil Service Commissioner, says that she made a stylish appearance, and that fibe spent less than £60 a year fnr her clothes Neither Mr. nor Mrs. Roosevelt had any private income of any extent, and their little fninily came rapidly.. Mrs. Roosevelt frankly told hor dres=maker what she could spend a year on her .clothes, nnd naked co-operation in making ends meot. According to this laily, tho present mistress of the White House coull calculr.cis down to a penny tho cost of her raiment. Sho insisted on everything Uiugof thu bent quality iiven the ' finishings,' hooks and eyes, bindings und belts. Those finishings were oftnn used for sa-'e(al garments, as a r...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Christian Pig. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

,V Christian Pig. ' I have educated it to act ns a Christian I havo rearod it from in fancy, and it always ns'rs to be let out when it wants fresh air; it never kicks the clothes off the bed, and if. « - uui.-t nnd peacable, and ladies ind gentlomen come in carriages to see it.' Thus Miss Emily Hempton, of l^nza ing, near Kppin^, at the local petty sessions, She was not referring to a baby, but to a pit?, for keeping which oi tiio danger of thecomm.inity'u health she was summoned. Tho inspector of .nuisances found the pig occupying one room in Miss Emily'' house, It was lying betwion clean sheet's on n feather Imd covered with n white lnce counter nano. Its luiad res'ed on a pil'nw. Tim room wnn furnished like a jmrlor, an4 when Mfi lnnp»olor called, Emily wiir kneeliny down on ihe bed kissing i tho pig and callini! it 'a naughty boy' t-ecnuso it had eaten a small portion of its Billow, A curd in the window road, 'SixpnncH lo sen thn pi:,'.' Miss Hempton's tearful plea for her pet p...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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INTER STATE CRICKET. N.S. WALES v. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

INTER STATE OEIOKET. N.S. WALES v, VICTORIA. Th' return match between Nnw South Wales and Victoria wns com menced at thn Sydney Oricket Ground on Saturday. Thpre was a fair attendance, The following are thi- scores : — N.S. WAM5S— First Inuings, A.'T. Hnpkins, o Cinlton. b Warno ... 117 C. ffn-gory, c and b VWno... ... 60 U Poidovin, c Hastings, bRaundcrs ... 8'2 B. W. FiKMihur, o Collins, h Saundorf, 35 \V. K. l'ite, I) I.avor ... ... )3 F, Menrs, hSaunilarn ... ... 0 0. H. C. Clarko, c Worrall, b Saundera (I II. Curl or, st. Masting', b Saumlois ... 0 A. M'Huth. r. Colfin?, I Saundera ... 0 A. Cotter, li Lavcr ... .., 0 A. Konnoile, not out ... ... 7 Sonihioa ... ... ... 13 Total ... ... ... 327 Bowling analysis : Snuiilors. 6 for 57 ; Lavur, :- for SS ; Warne, -2 for SS ; Collins, 0 for 02 ; Worrull, 0 fur li-. VICTOKIA— First Innings. J. Worrall, not out ... ... 2 S. M'Miohael, not out ... ... 11 No wickots for '... ... 13 Bowling analysis : C'ottor, 0 for 2 ; Clarke, 0 for 2 ; ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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CALENDAR FOR JANUARY. PHASES OF THE SUN AND MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

CALENDAR FOR JANUART [MlASfiS OF THK SUN AND MOON. L-iat Quarter, Jan. i, 2.S a m. Now Moon, Jan. IU, T.lOo.m. First Quarter, .Jan. 17, 4.3S p.m. Full Moon, ,I,ui. 2t, 10.0 a.m. Lnst Qunrlcr, .Tun, 31, 11.9 p.m. | -5.J | i-ay» of Week. S X W & « » | a p. m *. in, h. ii. n. m. h.m. p. m. a.m. Wodnofday ... 14 51 7 » 11 .tS U -JO Thursday ... ? 4 03 7 5 a.m. ,. „ Friil.iy ... :t4 S3 7 0 12 II | 10 Satnnlay ... 4 4 fl3 / U V2 4U ?- ;) Sundny ... fi I 54 - 6 1 '23 2 ,5R Mondjy ... t;|4 56 7 0 2 3 a 47 Tuesday ... 7'|4 fin 7 (i 2 47 4 37 Wednesday ... S'4 57 7« 3 35 fl i-6 ThurnUy ... !)',4 57 7 6 4 26 6 11 Friday ... lo 4 59 7 5 j 5 20i ti f,» Saturday ... 114 50]7 5 I 6 16 7 35 Sunday ... 12 j 1 J7 5 7 14 8 12 Monday ... 13 0 I j' a 8 13 8 43 Tucsrlav ... )4» 2 |7 5 0 |3 0 23 Wednesday ... J.'i.i 4 7 5 10 1410 0 Thursday ... !«.-- ii 74 U 16 10 3tt Friday ... 17.') fi 7 4 p.m. n 17 Satur-lay ... KSo (i 7 4 I '_',?? ^.M. Snnilttv' ... 1H..1 S 7 4 ?_- 31]l2 1 Monday ... -JDlo 9 7...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

Local and General. Tiik V,ai:i.v C1.1.SIN11 Arr.-Wo bave ben requested to call 1I.1, nttrnt^ou of the ?niiployura of labour, such as ?lorukecpers. hotelk«.Up,rS, .e.,tan,a,.t keq.ns, and other, coining under the provision* nf tho Kirly Clrsing Acl, liiil.ii faet tli.u the- ncecusiiry fortilB required to l,o tilled in are now obtainable from the noire. Thoi.u ii.ter.Hlo.l an, advised In prm-uro them 'ill. Iho Ai:l. will follow. Tiik Wksti:hx Lanhs Ait (.'uMikmnkd. —A largo uii-oting of boniest, id lii-se-!.- and o'heiH was held al View Point, liroken Mill, last week, to consider ih-- Western Linda Act. Those preso it were 1111.ini1m.ii8 in thinking thai the bill, while fivmini; thu lariio pasloraliHts, was df.i.l ajaiiist unall .sealers, iim,imi-'h as tho ali.-uaiion nulv of ono eighth of the p.istonl holdiug-s win totally inadequate to supply the wants of new applicants for land, lo' siy nothing of to thoso already in pooii ssiim of Iraso.s. Tho loekiug up of tho bal-ineu of the I m...

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Sport. SYDNEY TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

.Sp»r{. SYDNKY TUHK CLUB KAOKS. Tho following uri! the resulis of tho Sydney Tmf Oluh Kuchm hold at Hniidwiclc on Saturday: — IIl'hdmv R.wr, nhoiit 2 miles: Cr.-FC.-nt 1, U-mjI.j 2, Rio 3. Time, Umiii. &')='C. Axavkuu Platk, 1 ^li!e : Manildrt! 1, Mo'.o.ssi 2, Emliar»o 3, TiuiP, I iiiin. 4;'--sic\ J'miT Ni'iiscur Ha.vuicai', 5 ftrr ionys : Suivrti 1, UiiniiiMioii 2, Mertin ?St( el ;(. Timn 1 min. Sice. CiiAM.K.vriK Stakes, fi furlongs: liotht-r 1, licjoice -'. Dn Anr .'3. Time, lmin. 10A-ef. WKi.ri'it JIan'iucai1, 7 furlongs : Hira 1, ICIiinbo 2, Argo 3. 'Time, 1 min. .'iOaeu TuitK Cluii ' IIan'dicap, 1.J inilo : Gol.len ltinj; 1, l''ir«mau 2, Koynl Purlo 3. TiuiH, 2iih«i— lOdOC Tu oinnection with thn case of ' ringing in ' of the iinrenimcrud marc Goideii Joy m Vest a nt the last Wiingnrntta Ilncing Clul- ir.oetiiig, thn stounrds hnvx dis(|unlili-d for life the mare, (who won th.i Kiying Ilundicap) us will as th.! mvne.r for fraudulfnt pruL'MO'p. Denis Holmn, who had charge...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Mail Time Table. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

Mall Time Table. ABBIVAL3 rBOM Sydney, JNarraon, etc., u.oo p.m. dally Sunday excepted). Mungindi and Wnllon, Garah, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 11 a.m. Kunop'm Tuesday and Friday, and Gil Oil, Tuotday and Thursday, 10.30 p.m. Boggabilla and Goondiwindi, Wednesday and Saturday, 1 a.m. VVarhlda aud I'allomallawa, Sunday and Thursday (by ooaoh) 3 p.m. Bingara and Bidih guy, Monday and Fri day, by vail, 4.25 p.m, ? Warlalda, and Gravteond, Monday, Wed, nesday and Pridfiy, (by rail) 4.25 p.m. Cobbedtth and JJulourle, Monday 10 a.m. liullorah, Tuesday 3.30 p.m., Friday 11 ,m. Talsio! Jijoudiy nod Friday, noon. TolloiagV Sunday and XhuudUTi 8 p.m ' IJKPAKTOBK ? Mil Narrahri, Nydnny, (!to., (OIRco olosim 4 p.m.), ?laity (Saturday eicrptod) Cobliodah and Bulourio, Wednp.ilay, '2 p.m. Kullar&h, WcdnewUy »nd Saturday, 2nm Talmol, Wednesday Httd SatnnUy, 2 p in Telloraita, Wednesday iin-i Saturday, 2 pin Mungindi WMIon, ami Garah, Tucml.ty, rimrnday, and Saturday, 2 p.m. Oil Oil,...

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Political Labour League. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

Political Labour League. A special mpetinp! of the Moren ?branch of the Political Li^our Loicue was hpld in thn small hall nt thn School of Arts on Friday avrning for the purpoie of cnnsidcrinL' Municipal and other matters. Mr. Wihon, vine president, occupied tho c'lnir, and there was a larae attendance The first matter considered wai the resignation of Mr. Warner, who, at the previous montine, wa* SKledod n= a candidate for municipal honnrs to run in the intprfts's of the Leasjue. Mr. Warner wrote : ' After henxin!» thn pro-Boer opinions pxpressod by o^rtnin members of thH League on Tn°5r!oy nightlant I feel I cannot conscientiously acoeptthn support of the Moree Inhmtr Loagno in the forthcomins; contrst. You will, therefore, pleasn accept my withdrawal from tho contest ' The resignation wns accepted with yogreb. l?ho committne reported that bavins received an intimition tliit Mr. Wtrner intonde.d to rosien, they nmn' inated Mr. D. ^r. Hickoy. The nomination wns apprnvod. and Mr. H...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Gallant Gunners. REMARKS BY CONAN DOYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

Gallant dimmers. REMARKS BY COXAN DOYLE. Speaking at a welcome to the Edin burgh Militia last month, in Edinburg, Dr. Conan Doylp, in proposing the toast of the 'Imperial Foicns/'snid : I am especially glad to liavonu opportun ity of meeting and honoring you gun ners, tor in my own short experience of South Africa one of the very strongest impressions I brought away was that ?f the gallantry of the gunners. There was one thing I noticed in the ouo or two actions which 1 was privileged to witness, that while every other man might lie down, the gunner wa3 the man who had to stand up, Wheu tho gunner begins to lie doivn, then it is time to aend for an ambulance. (Laugh ter and applause.) Tho most vivid ex perience 1 carried awuy from South Africa was seeing a British battery in i c ion ; and no mau who has not teen ttanomceno what a beautiful example of bravery, of discipline, and of order it proaents. I saw a Bopt shell fnll fifty yards in front of tho battery ; I saw a Boer shell fal...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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The R.C. Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

The K.O. Bazaar. The bazaar which wua opened in the large hall of thn School of Arts on Saturday night in aid of tho R O, Presbyter;-, attracted a fair attend ance notwithstanding tho fact that Saturday night is not usually a good ...[?iii. iur any ovent ot me Kinu in bb much as townspeople prefer, na a rule to dovote jt to the laying in of the week.s supplies. Everything considered however, our R.O. friends may he congratulated on the suooess of the 'ret night a«niust suoh odds, which was no doubt encouraging to those ladies who had been working bo assid uouBly for months past fora satisfactory result. The opRning ceremony which was conducted by tho Mayor, Aid, S. L. Cohen, took place thortly beforo 9 o'clock, at which timo tho attendance was not so largo perhaps as thn pro moters might have wished Co ceo, The Jil-yor, the Msyoreai ('Mrs. Coh»n) md' iho Rhv. Father O'Connor proceeded 1111 to I he p'ili form und the Mayor declared the bazaar open, hi ilotii}! so ho rcfenu.l lu tho d...

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King Curios as Knight Errant. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

Kins Curios as Itnii;M Svrnr.it. From Portugal conn's n im(!i.i- prt-tiy story of livo -Spuiish clim-us i: i ? I s uppi'iil ing siicce^sfnl'y to Kim; (.'.ulna fir hnlpi'af'Br findhif; ihcunelvis strnmlitil at Lisliou through the disappearance of the nianagT unl iron-un-r nf the trouDfl to which tlmy belnniji-if, nurv inj{ with them all tho imsIi. Tlu-ir coiihuI declined to ilo nnytliiii!; for thoiii, nnd, accordingly, they dfcid-il t.i appnal to tho Kin;,'. Thvii- iitttnipts to secure an nudicnci' Ity iiiraii.t of u letter proved fruition, so they travelled out to Ointra, wher.hu was spending the summer, and ukin:; advuntii!.'! o-' the fa«t that tlm pub'ic an- aJinit ti-J to I he Royal gnrdenj, rntuaiii'Ml 'ichind a bush until tht-j saw tin; Kins; approaching. whiMViiruu nil livu hurst suddenly upon him nnd surrounded him. Somewhat sl'irtind, thn burly and nnormnusly stout voting King inquired oE the Mies in whnt way he could oblige them. WJiereupon thty all began to tail: und cry a...

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The Anniversary Races. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

The Anniversary Races. FIHST DAY. The Anniversary Race Meeting, under thu auspicia of the Moree Racing Cub, was commenced yesterday under fiivouruble condition*, as far as thn weather, with the exception of u slight shower, nnd tho programme was con. ccrnutl, but. unfortunately llm attend ance was not so great as might have been expt-o'ed on 0. holiday. The progrmiimn included six i-vonU, in the. majority of which the entries wero satisfactory. Two Or thren of the i:imt.-its .were keen and ths racing was fiiirlv gool throughout. The ollh:iaU, under whose supervision the racing was carried out, were as follows : — llaiidio-ipper, Mr. Jos. Cameron ; judge., Mr, J. Oamoron ; starter, Mr, J. \V. Stewart ; clerk of .-calcs, Mr, D. I). Suttie; clrrk of course, Mr. W. II. Gall; committee. Messr-'. A. Hill ((Jlmiiinan), J. E.Mey! uink, .1. W. Scott,' G. Jur.l, John OatiiTon, D. C. .Suitie, D. D.iwson, \V, II. Mi.lgley, Win. Kendall, D, E. Kirkby ; secretary, Chas. E, Gall. Tho refreshment b...

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Canon Sowter's Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

(Januii Sowl.«r's VulwStalory. Tlifi Hev. (J.mon GowttT, w!i-- is a'lout to lului hin (l.^ianiiic. fur Kn« latl.l, conrliiCKiJ ''iviut'S for ilm l:ii(, time at All Saints on Sunday. The ! S'TricfiH waro Uri/ely a'tomlol, par ticularly tho i!voiiing s-twc', at which Oanon Sowier tonl: die unport unity of saying n few words «f fivcwell. At ovonson,; th» Unnmi, who was bmiuh whut iifl-oti'd, refi'rri'd to his miniH'ix ti'in in Mnriic, whioli, Im pnintcd nut, ha I I'X'indol ma it pivii.il of suvi-n yeire. Owitip; t.j fami y iuwI di'iiutic r-uHons, ho now Ji:i-l to iriin- tln-m. He fait tliuL it wns 1 » i -* duly to do en, lint, nt the .lanin tiinr, In- f'--L it, wiy kronly. H'! ucpiMilecl in 'tin i.-i)i»U''';;;it inn, utid inoru purlieu nrly to llinsii w|,o |m-] sunportt-d lijin xu I -yn'ly in lln- work Of HlP Cllllivll, tl) C Ill'lillllit I.I ll' llHlll to llMMilidvi-j -ii..l to lli-iOlitlrcli'. Tliori' win one tiling, lnwrn'i', wli'cli Ins felt cons' rninoJ t'i rufor lu mi I tlmt wivt...

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Latest Telegraphic. SYDNEY, Tuesday. THE BORDER LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

Latest Telegraphic SYDNEY, Tuesday. TUB BORDER LINE. About 100 horses which wore being brought overland from Queensland to Sydney for tho Federal contingent, wero stopped at tho bordor owing to ticks Wing found upon them.

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DEBATE IN HOUSE OF COMMONS [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

DEBATE IN HOUSE OP COMMONS Mr. Winklyn has withdrawn bit amondmenfin the Home of Commom calling upon tho Government to. prosecutd pro-Boors (or itdlklQU ' ««««ttc«B, faring ft MMfr Jtbfttft,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902

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