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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902
€liurcli Xotiws. CHUKCH OF EN'GLAND.-Servicii 11 a.m.: Holy Communion, 12; evensong, 8 p.m. ROMAN CATHOLIC -Mass 8 a.m., 10.30 a.m.; Benediction S p.m.— Father O'Connor. WESLEY AN— Mom: II a.ni, nnd 8 p.m. Tycaiinab, 3 p.m.— Rev. F. W. Hyucs. PRKSnYTERIAX-Sunday, February 2 Moio-., II a.m. und S p.m.; Sunday Ri-hool 10 u. in. — Hev. O. M. Torbett. M.A. CHURCH OF CillUST.— February 'J— 11 a.m., won-hip nnd breakiiiK of bread; Sp.m., 1). C. M'Callmii speaks. Subject: ' The Kvolution of the Oospel.' Tncmlny, February Ith, 8 p.m. service, 'Hearing tho Gospel.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902
BOARD A NO U)I)RIN«.— Vacancy for Gentlemen 'r Lvlv Hoarders. Apply ilra. Stcnnutt, Chi'stt:- Street. LOST.— A Goli\ Slueve Link— munbbetl ami bar. Ucwaril. (!. Wiiliiims, ' Tyreel.' LOST.— CASH BOX wrappod in U^ck Material. Please roturn to Mm. Dickeus, c/o Rev. F. W. Hyiie.. npO LKT, ' Booncry,' with all eon 1 veniences and 5 »ercs of land. P-J(. keys apply at Mr. Canviii'a cottar- ut r-;ar_ Garah F. £ ^. Association. AMKETIXG of thn abovn A(soeiatir.n will bu held SATUKOAV 1st FEB., at D. Williams', Garah. AM interested in tho Wallon Horn being run into the Gil Gil are invited tnatli-.ml. E. BKAUCHAMPOODDABD. Hon. See. Notice to Contractors. npEN'DKRS are hereby cilled for tho JL KRECTION of a STORE at UORfiA BILLA. Lowest or any tender not no ceBsarily aiceptod. Tenders to ho addro»6ed to M. ZacUa, Moree. Teudera clone, Monday, February 3rd. Plans and specifications may bu scon on application, to M. ZACKA, Dtloetrcet, Moreo. Mehi Dairy. r]nHE above Dairy is now open nnd X The Pr...
A Letter from the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 28 January 1902
A Letter from the Front. The following interesting letter has &nbsp; been received from Private J. Welsh, who is serving with the Mounted Rifles in South Africa : — Hillberon, Orange River Colony. Dec, 5th, 1901. Since I wrote from Frankport we &nbsp; have had very rough times of it. We started from there about ten days ago with our column, under Brigadier General Remington. The column con sists of a troop of 800 of the Inniskillen Dragoons, 700 men of the 3rd New South Wales Mounted Rifles under Lieut. Colonel Cox, and 500 men of the Black Watch. We marched for seven days and seven nights without halting for more than six hours at a time, but on the 8th day we came upon about 2000 Boers. We had five hours very hard fighting; the Boers were supposed to be under De Wet. We killed and wounded 75 Boers and took 9 prisoners. We ran short of Big Gun ammunition, also rifle ammunition, and had to retire; we did not have many &nbsp; casualties, my squadron had 2 men ...
Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
CUurcli Notices. CHUUCH OF ENGLAND.— Fob. '.', S» gcsfina Sunday— matius 11 - , „*?' Communion, 12 : «— o -''? ' .,Hol.y Ftiuii'1' ' ' ' 1-in8Oui!i 8 p.m. — Kuvd. ...* 43.UC, 15.A. ROMAN CATHOLIC— Mass 8 a.m., 10.30 a.m. ; Benediction 8 p.m.— Father O'Connor. WESLEYAN— Moreo IV a.m, and S p.m. 'J'ycimuah, 3 p.m — Rev. F. W. Hyuca. PKKSBYTKKIAN-Suuday, February 2 Moroo, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. ; .Sunday School 10 a.m.— Ruv. G. M, Torhotl, M.A. CHURCH OF CHBIST.— 1'obruary 2 — 11 a.m., worship and breaking of broad; 8 p.m., U, 0. M'Callum sp«aka. Subject: 'Tho Evolution of tho Gospel.' Tuesday, February 4th, 8 p.m, Bervioo, ' Hoaring tho Gospel.'
American Coal. GROWING EUROPEAN DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
American Coal. GROWING EUROPEAN DE MAND. In American, papers much mention is made of the increasing poDularity of American coal in Europe. On November 29 it was stated that no morn foreign orders for anthracite were to be accepted by the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Co. for the present. TIiobo orders had become so largo and so numerous in the past month that to supply them would in terfere seriously with meeting the de maud for home consumption. 'If all tho recent orders were no ocpted by tho company,' snys tlm ' Sun Francisco Call,' it would mean the immediate shipment to foreign ports of not less than 20,000 tons. The cargoes already landt-d in European ports, particularly of Franco and Germany, have proved so success ful in advertising the American article, that almost daily orders from French, German, und oven English manufac turers aro reaching the offices of the company. Present low rates to European ports on out-going vessels are principally accountable for tho fore...
Tribute to Australians. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
Tribute to Austmiiuus. The fre.e and easy attitude of tho Australian troopers towards thoir ollicors when oil' duty is a lorriblo thorn in tho sides of iho Imperial rerl-*- . . 1 a , m, , ' . --,.ipeiHtf) at the front. Tk 1 ?. l 1 ». -..-ir conduct, however, ' ° ., not so strike ' ex- Yeoman,' who writes to im English paper explaining the obstacles whicll stand in thn way of tho re.-enlistment of tbo Yeomanry for sorvicBin the Tranivnal. Amongst otlior things ?' ex-Yeonittii' stateH : — ' Certainly half, perhaps more, of the Austr&lians.^vern of equal social rank to thoir ollicors, and in munv cases nuperior. Can eucIi men be expected to put up with such petiy annoyances and red-tapoism that regular soldiers have to eqduroi and consent to bq ra.era wou'lin machines ? Take tho Austrt liiins, on tlio contrary, nnd the. way they [ire treated — officer.! nnd men mixing freely tniii'ther ; and do they ubuse il ? What 'liner body of lighting men Inn the Empire over s-eeti or will ...
The War. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
The War. The latent cables regarding tho war show that the feeling among membuM of the Hoube of Commons is not hope ful of peace. Tho general impression is that the Boera are specially anxious to obtain an amnesty for rebels, money to re stock their farms, ind the withdrawal of tho proclttinntian banishing thoso Boer leaders whu did not surrender by n given date. It is stated, that nx Presidents Kruger arid Steyn, Geusrals De Wot and Do Lakoy, and Dr. Leyds. insiBt upon independance, while Messrs. Fischer and Wolmarans, ' Acting President' Schalk Burger, and General Botha aro willing to recognise the Bovoroignty of Great Britain,
The New Governor. SIR HARRY RAWSON APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
The New Governor. SIR HARRY RAWSON AP POINTED. Tho State Premier (Mr, John Sen) received a cablo on Thursday from the Colonial OMice announcing thn nppoint ment of Vice-Admiral Sir H'irry H, Rnwson as Governor of New South Wales. Tho cabin was na follows: — ' His Majesty tin1 King lia^ been pleased to approve of the nppnintment of Vice- Admiral Sir Harry HoMsworth RawRon to lo (inventor of tho State of New South W'olos.' Referring to the appointment, Mr. See said : — ' I had tho namo some days ago, hut I did not disclose it to anyone. Tho cables I received from both the Agent General and (through the Lieutenant-Governor) from the Secretary of State for the Colonies were marked 'strictly confidential,' nnd I could not disclose the contents. As however, there wern so many inquiries [ sent tho following cable to Mr. Copeland on January 28 (Tuesday) : — ? Anxious inquiries a3 to name of G' vernor. Can 1 make it public? R- p'y quickly. Urgent.' Yesterday I rtceivpd a reply from the Agent...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
Local and General. Roams Office.— Tho following tondora wern np.-ned onlh- 2Slh January for road work in the Nnrrahri district :— Contract Nn. Cfl. mm -2, Wood nn.l Triho (lowen.t) £M2 H)i ; mnt ma 30, 10111-2, John Moylan (l.wc-t), £l-2,T;contritt 27, 1001-2, Jamoa MeXamara (lowest) £59 0s Pd. Lands Ofkick — Tho following land was arplie.l for on tlm iiS'.h January .—15 ink of New Smith Wiles, cp 117 »e.re», pirish Minnainiimm, county County Cour.illio ; J. B. Meppin. a 1. 32n '.ic^res, pariili Borrigid, county Cournllie ; I1. Ryan, a. I. 1020 aeros, p-irish Boomi, county Bonarba. C.\zy.TrK Nona:. — Revoeation of Tempor nvy R.'s-rvra. I,.in-l district, cf Moree, wi hin Wc-lbnii HoMinK: 1'art of N'o. fiSG for water supply, ucit ili.vl 25(h .Tammry, 1878. Counly nf Stnpvlton. pari«h ofWelho'i urea about 012 acres. — Part, ot travelling nto k reserve 1.1 SB, nntifiiH 25th Saptornhnr. 1«S1. Oounty of Stnpvlton, parishos of Finley and Douro, containing au urea of about 2.2.50 acres. Sto...
Moree Stock at Market. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
Moreo Stock at Market. The following sales of stock from this district wero reported at Homobush on Monday last — K. .1. Corv, Hi bullocks, iJUfiaiM . 4 COWB| £u 'Is lid : -i-» liullnckH, £S 1(- ltd ; A. G. F. Munni, r,C, ralv«, £7 10s ; Kslnto lalo M. Holmes, 1 shorn xb wet her. \--i Id ; HS shorn mifiiuo wothera, -M Id : -?-:!.-- shorn merino uk--*. 7s d'l to 7a |0il : III sb..rn merino ewes, ill Od ; Watt and i ,?,?., .Vili merino wutlicrp, 12i Sd to li!.- Ud ; 1071 merino wcthors, 11s «d to Us lid; OS merino wethers, IUs 7d.
Wool and Product Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
Wool and Produce Reports. Winchcombe, Carson and Co., Ltd., held their fnurtornth silo r.f tho season on Wcdnesduy, and sold 4000 biles. Market vory firm f.ir be-t merinos. F.iulty wo(ds irregular and im-lining dowuwar is. Thu principnl lota sold were : -Richard Mis^en'a from Bendemeer, SJd ; James Farrell's, B.irrowa. !-J.I ; J. M. Atkinson's, Cargo, Bid ; Joseph Patterson's, liurrowa, Od ; Austin Greenland's, Uralla. fid ; Thos. J. Ryan's, Burrow.i, 8d ; Tims. Brown's, Tarcutta, Sd ; K. And J. Birkla's, Cowra, 8d ; Thos. O'Neill's, Burrowa, 8}d ; Gco. Rodger's, N'arr.iwa (Crookwoll), 8Jd ; Michael Momnnn'a, Bulga (Quoinbovan), BV1 ; Laurence Crawlny's. Winilunian [Wellington), Hi ; (iarrett Ryan's, Wari nl.la. 7J.1 ; be-rgn N'owman's, tumut, 8]d ; .1. ann i-. .ucivniP, wouomumviie tArmi dale). 0.1 : John McAlistor's. Wollomumbio 8Jd : Richard Tolley's, Yarrowyck (Armi d»le), 81(1 ; Mrs. thns. Collins, Xarrawa (Crookwell), 8Jd ; II. J. Munai«'i-, Warialda, 7Jd ; Win. Sherring's, Eu...
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
Local Land Bonrd. Tho local Laud Hoard concluded ita sitting on Thursday. Tho following eases wuro dealt, will) : — Application for suspension of residence. M. Kickling, scf- 1 S7P. Tu stand over. Application for peruviition bo 6ub-let. M. Kickling. To ?.taud ovor. Surrender and exchange of Unda on Tolarn, Malaraway and Millio North (locully known as Olenroy Holdings. Decision re sorved. A. M. k A. Coy.. Ltd., firub la-«8 36700. Postponed to next court. A. M. & A. Coy., imp. I. Postponed to next court.
The Municipal Elections. MR. J. McCARTHY'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
The Municipnl Elections. mr. j. McCarthy's candidature. Mr. .1. McCirtby, one of tho candidates selected by tho local branch of the Political Labour league for election at thn approach ing miinicipd elections, addressed a largely attended meeting of ratepayers and othera from tho balcony of Tatterealli hotM on Thursday night. Ho was accompanied on tho balcony by thn othor eolected candidate, Mr. Hiekey, and several members of the Luagne. Mr. J. McCarthy, who met with a good roception, said !jo wished to tiiko that opportunity of placing bo foro them bis viowa as a caudidato He did not intend to poao boforo thorn as an orator or even a BpoaUor, anil should read most of his speech. Ho could havo handed his speech to the press but ho considered it his duty to appoar boforo thorn and givo them tho opportunity of asking him any questions they might think fit. He con tended it was' tho dutv of overy candid no to follow that cour-o. (Applause.) As they wero nwai-0 Mr. dickey and himself ha...
Federal Matters. INTERVIEW WITH MR. CRUICKSHANK. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
Federal Matters. INTERVIEW WITH MR. CRUICKSHANK. Tho member for tho Gwydir, Mr. G. A. Cruickahmil:, who paid a filing visit to Moreo during tho week, apptiirs to lie qnilu sitifificd with tho work accomplished so fnr by tho Federal Parliament. Cln being in terviewed Mr. Criiiuks-hnnk said he lind r-oeivcd a number ot invitations to visit portions of tho electorate to in-|iiim iutn matters of public inteiefif, and that he Ii-.il decided, owing to the lr.ng und continued Btttings of Parliament over tho Tariff liill to prepare for a week in which to visit different parts of tho electorate. He should lind it, however, a very dillieu't matter to i;et away whilst tho taiill' proposals were on n6 they he-l to deal v.iih Iho many interests us they nroso on their merits. Ah fnr an ho wan concerned, he found his course a very clear Dno and such a- ho laid down Lcfoie tho electors in March lust, and thnt was that where any indu-try was likely to bo a suc cess within the Commonwealth, or where ...
The Laud Board. DEALING WITH EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
'flic JLiiiDl Kounl. IlKALlXf! WITH KXCHAXGES. Tho local Land Board has been busily engaged during tlm week in deiling with two vury important Kxchango proposals, viz., the Tcnila.(;l-'iiroy e.\ch,inge, and tho Tulloona exebaege. Thn Bench was occu pied by tho Ciairman, Mr. Poate, and by Mr. J. V. IViydell. A great deal r,f imero-t was tak.-n in these cases, the court being for the mn-t pan crowded dnriii); llm taking of tho evidence. An addition il attractio.i was aflV.rdcd by the presence, of Mr. C.ir nit hers llm o»M mister for Lands, who appeared iu each cas-j.
TERALA-GLENROY EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
TKItALA-fJLKXROV KXC1IAX(;K. The Tcrala-Clenroy exchange was the first tak.-ti. This was called 01, at 10 o'clock -m Tuesday. There was then noiippu.iranci! of Ihu applicuit, hut. there were several obj -ciiirs, together u it h tho District Sur vcvor and the Inspecting Surveyor and Smok Inspector. Mr. Zlolkouski a'pp-and tor Rim,, ohj.rtors and Mr. 1'ikc for others, and both asked th-U tho ea-e should Ik, ad jonrucii to Him n-xt B-ard meotiug, as there was no appearance of Ihe applicant. The Hoird, however, decided to ndjonrn till 111 o'clucU on thn Ui)th inst. The. nminppear am:u of tlio applicant was, however, a mis understanding, and was Milwemientlv explained salisfietorily. On Wednesday Mr. Carruthcrs appeared forth.' applicnu, R V. M. Kokford, and Mr. Zlotko'vski for the objector*. Tie1 application was one for the surouder of 20,3--!)} aenn on IVniU, and the acquisi tion of an equal area on tilonroy.-Mal.iraway Out ley, Dobikiu, »nd Milton Vale. It was objected to by the Farme...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
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