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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
T) 0 S T O F K I 0 E H O T E L (Oppositb the Oouht MousiO, MOREE. TUB above Hotel which ha* long I'ucn looked upon as ono of the loading Hotels in Morcc, hns just been taken over by Mb. D. E. KIRKBY, who intends to con duct It on np-to-datii lines. Best Brands of Wines, Spirits, and Beer*. First-class Accommodation. Good Stables. D. E. Kirkby, . POST OFFICE HOTEL, MOKEE rjiHi; IMPERIAL HOTEL, BALO and HEBEK STRUKTS, MOUEE. A. A. EVERmGHAM, Desires to announce that tho abovo hotel is rcpleto with all tho appointments necessary tor a Firut-claHB Hotel. Wines, A'ch, Spirits, and Cordials of the \cry B'js Brands in stock. Excellent scv-'iiug accommodation. T- A N K HOTEL. Alfred H. Kirkby, PROPRIETOR. (Late of the Richmond Hotel.) BEGS to stale that ho has tik-. »ver tho »bovo Well-known HOTKL. Accommodation second to j.ic in town. Private Rooms for Famil . and Boarders. IheNew Buiiabg t-.o replete with all the latest improvements. Best Brands Wines, Spirits and Boers. Excellent Stablin...
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
Brevities. Bri^adiiM-OiMieral I'lumur reports tlio enpturo of 30 lionrs. Sovcral 8hi|iini:nta of Australian Iiomcb lmvn ru.iuliej HoiHh Africa in very pour condition. ll ih reported tlwl IiorscB from Uio Arj,'entii;u airiviil al tiui Capo in much liuttur ciiiiditiuu than llio-o from Auatralin. A hliu'k (.f biiiMiiig-iiit Stockton has b/en ili-st niyi-d hy fire, tlio (fjuvigo being ostima'led nii'^idii. - Sir Gootgi, UiIjIh has ri'lirccl from tho command of thu iValinnal (iuard. Tho Ki'dornl (iiivrrninoiit intends to eiiffiree tlio pi (.visions of the l'oat, and TKli'ijrnpli Act with ii^urcl to lotteries. Major. I. H.A. I.uu lias Iiduii appuintwl accmid in command of tlio First C'mnmun wi-altb Cmuinsonl. A motion conilumnin^ tho Oovcrnmont'o --.mulu-:l in South Afiiciwiw dofoatml in tho llwi-o of Lords hv (Mvolos to 1C. A dyinmito explosion in Now Vork killed eight prr.^u-i!-, iiijuicd H-0. a-jd dnmaged pn.perty to the eili-nt of C200,000. In reforoiice In tho army meat contracts Lnn...
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
THE MUNICIPAL KLKCTIONS. With tho sppoch deliver. ?(! firm I he balcony of TrttierenlTs hotel rm Tiiuig d-»7 night li}' Mr. M, O-irthy, tlm municipal clrcUfinperii):.' e-unp.iian may be conrideretl to linvo faiily commence I. Jt IB now some six years since nny filing approaching n con'rst for ?nitnii- : pipal honors fins taken place in More-, ?and consirleiing tin's fiict nnd nlso Mm' -tho air is full of ' rumors respecting municipal reform, there should Imvo lireii n lurfor -gat boring tlmn thorn whs ot Mr. McCarthy's ii.co.'iir-. In snyiii',' this v,-- ilo not winh to imply i lint t lie ntit'iuinncn w»s small or in Ml!iiil'c;int. On the wIioIk it wns fairly yootl, lmt. not lnrijn (!nou;;li to illdicttr, that I lie lutest move on the part of the local lirinch of tin; Political Labour Lcaguii of running candidates for municipal honors Ims produced vorv much intliiisinsm ani'm^st tlio ratc pnye.rt. At die present, lime tliorn are supposed to be five candidates in ill, field. Of lliei...
CATCHING MONKEYS [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
CATCHING MONKEYS The fondiiesi of monkeys for mischief makes them the ready dupi-B of a shrewder intelligence. The injimer of cntiapping them is explained by a South American writer, who is familiar with life in town and in forest through out Ihe enuuloiisl bi It. Cm- of the simplest methods consists of cutting a number of holes in a gour i. making liiem barely large enough to ad nnl Hie monkey s hand. The gourd, thus pieoured, is tilled with coin and so cured lo the trunk of the tree. Then it ia shakiu violently, so as to attract the attention of the monkeyB. A lew grains of cornarescalleied in Ihe neigbourhood of the trap. The gou.-d is the dinner bell of the monkeys. They 110 sooner hear the well known sound than they descend from thtir aerial homes, and each in turn, seizing the gourd, giasps through one of 1 1 -? holes a handful of corn. Then they struggle iu vain towithdraw their hands without relinquishing the piiw. At this critical moment the concealed author of their mishap...
NELSON'S LAST BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
NELSOM'S LAST BATTLE 'Now, Tommy,' began ..the teacher, ' 1 want you lo tell me in which batllu Lord Nelson huh killed.' Tommy was in despair, tut felt ho niual. prove himself iuuiiI lo Ihu ciiM-igency. ' Di-.I you May 1/ rd Nel lion t ho asked cautiously. ' Yes.' ' Which battle ?' !!Ti?V' wllicl1 '''llu was ho- killed?' Well, tuul tommy, with apparent surprise at such au laay question, 'X specls it must er Ueu hia lust !'
Mail Time Table. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
Mall Time Table. Arrivals nioM Sydney, Narrabri, etc, 11.55 p.m. daily Sunday excoptcd). Mungindi and Wallon, Garah, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 11 a.m. Kunopia Tuesday and Friday, and Oil Gil, Tuesday and Thursday, 10.30 p.m. Boggabilla and Goondiwindi, Wednesday and Saturday, 1 a.m. Warialda and Palkmallawa, Sunday and Thursday (by coaoh) 3 p.m. Bingara and Binnoguy, Monday and Fri day, by tail, 4.25 p.m. Warialda, and Graveaend, Monday, Wed. nesday and Friday, (by rail) 4.25 p.m. Cobbodah and Eulourie, Monday 10 a.m. Bullorih, Tuesday 3.30 p.m., Friday 11 ,m. Talmoi Monday and Friday, noon. XvUaiaya, Sand.*? »od. TtwicUy, a, p.m
THE JOSS: A REVERSION; OR THE STRANGE STORY OF POLLIE BLYTH. (Copyright.) [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
THE JOSS: A REVERSION; OR. THE STRAHOE STORY OF POLL1E BLYTH. (Copyright.} BX RICHARD MARSH. 3YNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS BOOK I., CHAPTERS I. 4. Il.-Mmj \ Blyth, an assistant at Musara. G'urdew :uul Blobho', rolstes that after u liaril and hur ragning day at iho Bhujj, nho lauvos nitl hor friends Emily Fuivia aod Toui CoODfi. Tho last ontucd Invites tho two girla to to fronhmontutarcuaumnt. but IIdJh hini»el( without money. A atiunger hum Ktcpa for ward and rvliurrs I hem of odillicultr. and takos caprcinl notice of Miss ISlyth. Dur log the ovoning a limn who lin h iliu tipptiir Bncu of It tnuimny uccostR hcl . mid also tiro Olttor Ht[8ll|£Q IUOQ, QH WCll !1B a (liltlillUttvQ Chinmnup, who givcB her BOmetliiug wiap prd up in a paper. A ntru^^ln enntirs betwuen Iho two atum^o men nnil tho Uhlnurnan, and the parcel istaLcn from her. Lalvr. aa llie vhitu viii|-1»tc« arn luckml out of their house, thu miiminiticd individ ual ojiainappearn in a very stiaugc mitanor, tho door oponn inya...
MR. CHAMBERLAIN. SOME INTERESTING REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
MR. CHAMBERLAIN. BOMB INTERESTING HEHINISCENC£S. Miss N. M. Marriu's ' Life of Mr. Chamberlain,' just published by Me.--sis. llutebiiidou and Co., is a painstaking compilation, but of poiteutous leimth, and is a collection of scraps rather than a euin|)OHile whole. Those, who Imvo the patience, however, to wade through a lather tedious book will Und here and there matters of interest. We append exliaets. A PEACE SOCIETY. Miss Pace, whose school at Camber well Mr. Chamberlain attended aa a rlnl'!, aays, in the course of some n niiiiiscenies of his school daya: — The boys wanted to get up a Pence .Society. I was veiy much against it, as I felt sine it would stir up quarrels amongst them; aud they were, of course, forbidden lo fight. However, like men, I knew they would get lired of it it lliey hud their own way. One afternoon 1 heard there had been trouble while I hud been out, and I sent for the boys to interrogate the otlenders. It was jusl as I hud uxpei-tid. They bad been lighting...
SAVED BY THE EMPEROR. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
SAVED BY THE EMPEROR. A youncr Russian, the son of a very wealthy father, waa a reckleas spend thrift. I-y the lime he reached hia majority he hud ' run through ' a t-uin of money equal to a comforlable fortune. His father, believing his surioundings lobe the uiuse of ' his dissipation, pur chased him a commission in the army, and sent him away from his olJ asso ciates. But habit proved at roiiRer than duty, and after a fast career or a few months, the young ollicer found himself in serious Iroubl?. The laws of Russia aie very rijjid recarding the payment of del-ts. and he wuh owing nieie money than hi- could raise. Failure to pay would means arrest and imprisonment. The next day a large gambling debt one of the kind' miscalled ' debts of honour '—must be mit, or he would fall into lasting disgrace. That night he sat alone in his room iu the baiiaek!-. For the tirst time ho ulowly reviewed his wild carter, und a gnat disgust took poss- saiou -of him. Ho picked up a sluet of paper an...
Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
Sport. At tho Narrabri races next month the prize-money will total £200. Knck Gun has been scratched for his V.A. I.C and V.R.G engagements. It is likolv that J. Darling will not take part in the fourth Test match againat Eog land in Sydney ° 8 Tiio Austral! in Eleven will commence uioCx^tKraco.1' Knghnd OllMay5at Tho fourth Tost nwlch will tako placo iu \voney about-, a fortnight honco, commenc jug on next Friday. Tho roll of the Cyclists' Union is now larsor than it has ever boen .hofore, the 'looc tho '''''ated members boing More ilun oua owner haB askod for'an explanation of tho way thoir houses wero weighted in the Newmarket Handicap. There n doubt, as to whether Barne* and Blytho, tho English bowlers, will play against Isow South Wales owing to in Ii. Civil! won tho Half-mile Swimming C.h.mproinbip of N.S.W. on Saturday, 0o.«liiii. Ooorgo Road, and breaking the wn'ld'a record. . Tho return match botwocn Now South u ales ami MocUron's team was com 'e°st'L'l '' Ul° Sytln°y Cricl...
THE TULLOONA EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 1 February 1902
THE TULLOONA EXCHANGE. This was nn application by A. Amos for an oxolmngo of something like 27,000 acres under whicli lie would havo securod a front age of ','oppi Creek almost, tho whole way through his holding. Against this exchange Mr. Wcbstor wrote objecting. Mr. Cirruthers appeared for Mr. Amos, and Mr. Stirton for Iho Crou-n. Thero was imiinpearaiicoon behalf of Mr. Webster. Mr. Stinon intimated that tho Crown intcndid to light the exchango right through, but, wa« prepared to unluvtain a modification which would consolidate the applicant's property and at the. simo timo givo the Crott-n Ihe cummaud of Cuppa Creok front ine the Crown I, mis. Tho District .Surveyor went into tho box nnd gavo cvidonc-', and, in roply to Mr. Curiitliors, slated tho conditions undor which tho Crown wns prepared to entertain the modification. .Sir. Carruthers then consulted his client, and as iho 1 ater was willing to consent to tho modification, tho court adjourned, in order to givo tho parties an ...