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His Washing [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
&3is WsisliiiiK. An Amcriuiin scjuurner in :h. Philippines says in -i ivci1. it letter to friends nt home: 'I nm nnximn 'o get home In Ii.ivi- som i washing done. To show you liD'v bid they do tliim;M hen; in thn PhilippiiuH, I send 5 on under 5p|Vir«ti! cover ;i hnndlccrclnVf nnd colhir jint back from th» laundry. Tako thn h'andknruhief out and buiy it, and save tho collar as a souvenir. They don't pretend to takis I he. dirt out, of your clothes here, They tako them down to 1 hi! river, hard water and partly salt, souse them in, tuknthem mU, lay them -n bmnls, and with stonei bat them full of holes and pound this buttons oil'. Then they smooth tlirm out with a plunk,'
Australians Under Discipline GALLING REGULATIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
Australians Under lMscipHnc GALLINO- REGULATIONS IN -- SOUTH AFRICA. Thore is no doubt that under tho regime of Indian olliceis in South Africa (writes q, correspondent) tho rigid discipline they cmforco is very galling to the Australian, who until he caa'Q to Africa never knew the meaning of the word. The ollieers have been used to the trained regulars, and the even more submissive, meek Hindoo, and unreasonably expect the same regard for trivial orders from men who wero sent out to Africa as rough bushmen, not as so many schoolboys to be danced around at the capricious wh'yjj.of a man who delights in fancy drill One of tho Victorians remarked oa a certain occasion, ' These. Indian ofiicars lmvo been used to drilling a lot of niggers, and s'cm to think us tha same stud', but that won't work, and there'll bo a bi^ row sooner or later.' That ' row' took place after the Wilmansru3t aff.iir, and the snbsequent inquiries showed a lamentable statn of t nines. Tho Aus tralian officer who ...
Mungindi P. and A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
MtuigiiHli V. and A. Society (From our Correspondent. At a special tenoral meiitin^ of tho P. nnrl A. Moiiniy held at liaynu's hotel on Si'urday. TIib following gontlcrnon worn nlootrvl ulliccis for tho ensuing your: i'lvsident, Mr. H. 0 Chapman ; YtcnPrniideiits, Dr. Zlol kowski, ami Mr. D. Livin^toii ; Treasurer, Mr. A. Irwin ; Hon. Sec, G. It. Skolton. The consideration of holding a show will he discussed at the iiuxt inuntini;. It was decided to form a Oun Club, and till following wcp clceteil ollieers : President-, Dr. Zlolkowski ; Vice Presidents, Me«is. I\ Livingston:- and R. Oovordalo; Treasurer :ind I [on, Sbc, Dr. Zlotkowski ; Oominittoi? — Mesirs. S. Power, A. Irwin, 0. Paine, W, Lutiiuer, A'. Leslie, U. Urifflthsi, and J. Watts. A meeting of the members will l-« held on the 22nd. instant to arrange a dato for a day's shooting The proposal to form a School of Arts, so long talked of here, was advanced a further stage on Saturday, when a sub committee was formed to collect...
The Judge and the Journalist. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
The Judge and (lie Journalist. A CrislmiB nowspnpor states that Mr, Justice .Simpson, who pmsidrsovei' tli« Divorce Court in Sydney, is not. a persona grata with iln« inomlicri of iho fourth estate. Ho U too fond of publicly rebuking them for trivial slips in the summing-up reports, llnonoo called qdclinqat-nt in this respect inio liU private room, nnd in ntkiug him to pxecise groator care, su^estcii that ho did not \v\Bh to complnin lo Uio journn list's employurs, as billots wcrn not very plenliful just tlinn, ' Well, your Honor,' was iho reply of tins mail on tilt; carper;-' vfii em't ail Ins judge?.'
The Hooligan Girls. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
The Iloolignii Uirls. Tho West End of London is much amused jtut now at thn escapades of several prominent and popular young women, who are laughingly alluded to at 'The Hooligan Girls.' It would not do to mention names, but it !h nairl that at dancos they and their partners leave thn house whero the ball is taking place, and drive about town in han soms. It has happened on more than one occasion that these young Iadie6 and their partners have returned to thn house for cloaks and wraps after all the other guests had left, and tha boita had. retired (or tbo nlgbt,
The Passing Show. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
Tlicl'sissing Show. Spvcr.il minors havo been going the rounds lately o' strained relntions ? ii-twivn Mr. li-irton and his colleuguos nnd it npu,rnrs to be. anticipated by some that a serious rupturo is not very fir oil'. .S- fur, however, these rumors have been received as merely the vapouringsofr-oUticiil opponents. Thero is no doubt, however, that tho leader of tho opposition and his followers would rejnicn to learn at any moment that I he lvderul Preirier hail accepted the appointment of High Court Judge. This is the; kind of shelving t.'ic.y would like to see at any time. It is statid that if Mr. li.irton goes to L-iudon to represent Austr.iliu at the corona tion hi; will nut return as Premier, hut 'ill nrcept either #lhe Chief Justiceship °r tho Australian L'ommU^ionorship. Probably this is news to Mr. Harlon himself. Xolwithstaiuling llm fact that nritteis in tbo I'cderul political arena are about as complicated and un satisfactory .15 they can bis and the issues very uncert...
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
Brevities. A new on!. I sto-.i^o ru-ii»nn.v is lieing formed to acquire Ivunp's pruehieei business in Capetown, 1'uit Kli/.iuctli, nnil Johannes, linrg. The eunipany oiiicers fur this lir^t Conunan \ie-ahli contingent Invu been appe.iiiti'il Two lurinlicr.s of the Xow Zenkn.l 1'adia ninth eontin.ijmit for South Africa. The Whito OlilTs mail routractor has clTereil a rcwnnl of i'.IO for tlio recovery of Ihe nnilaliilcn from the t-nach. Oreit ili.-.suisfiicliou isexpressed at Oren fell rit tho scarcity of riiUvny truek.s. Them art) liotwee-n lifty aiiclm'xt.v thousand b:it;s of who.it between Grenfoll anil Kuom wntlin :i waiting cirriiiKO. Dr. Kuyper askeil for a Dutch cnnnnisaioii f) be allowed to point o\it to t ha lighting ISncis the hnpolessness of continuing tho struggle. Newspapers ileiiounco tho .nllei;c(l intrigu inj; of the ' Daily Nows' with the enemy, ami accuso it of coming perilously near to committing a soriotis legal offonco. The Russian uewspapor ' Rossiya' has been su...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
Local and General. R.unku.i..— Ti:e rainfill recorded at tho Post Ollic.) yostcrday was as follows :— Moroo. 2H, \Variiilda J«, Narrfthci 41, C'oonabarrabnin 27. Pillica -2-2, Iiiilyoroi '20, liiugara 4!l, Ii.-irr.iba X), Bngga'biMo. G7, Invcrell :!«. Palhnnllawii 30, Kilgowla, Woeilabra .'170, (imley 300. MiNirii'Ar. Mattkks.— Tho mumcipal nnminationa take )ilaco at noon to-day at the Council Chambors. Messrs. McCarthy and Hickoy will nddro»R the eloctoro at OHphant's Hotel, East Moroc, on Friday night. (jrmiMu Pii:kiis Matuh.— It is stuttd that in .ill probability several of our local shots will proceed to Quiriudi to computo in the £.10 pigui.n match, which te to bo shot olf on the 14th hist. Fat Catti.k,— Mr. Geo. Williams, nf Tyrt-el, informs us that ho hai sold to Mr. .7. Ullyn.an 100 Fit bullocfes at£10 per bead on. the station. W.i aro told that this is a rccnnl fur tho Xortii West. A well known stock breeder states they aro a splendid lot, and it is doubtful if they could b...
Tulloona Exchange THE BOARD'S DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
Tullooiiii Exchange THE BOARD'S DKOLSION. The following is the reserved deci Mori of the .Moruo Laud ljo.inl on tlm proposed surrender and exchanijo of lands on Tulloonu Hohling No 111, Land district of Morci: and Warialdn, a|ijilie:cl for by the Commercial Banking Ooy. of Sydnny. Ltd. l'ho Uonrd, which consistrd of Mr, Hoato and Mr. UoydcU, docidoil as fol lows : — Wo report that under this exchange) application an area of 1 0.0OS J acres asslunvn by red halchiny on exhibit J, is oliered in surremlor for an eejual area of Grown land us shewn bv blue ha! chili:; on .samn exhibit. The: Acting-District .Surve-ycr and Mr. .Surveyor Liirif;, oppose! the appli cation on tin; ground that it is ininiictl lo puhlic interest, and doe's not con solidate applicants estate. Tho Acting District Surveyor lif»viii;j sjiven evi dence) to this cll'fCt, Mr. CarrJthc-rs intimated applicant was willing to conse'tit to such modifications as would removo thii objnctionubli! foaturos. Thereupon ft consult...
Moree Farmers & Settlers. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
Morcc Fanners & Settlers. Tim usual monthly meeting of the committee of the Moree branch of th» farmers and Settlers Association wus held at. tho Post Ollico Hotel yester eliiy afternoon. Tho President, Mr, Kendall occupied thn chair, and there were present Messrs. J. W. Scott, J. T. \V. Scott, W. Woods, D. Cross, J. Finigleton, and the secretary, 0. E. Gall. The minutes of the previous meeting wrrn road and confirmed, on the motion of Mr. J. W, Scott, seconded by Mr. \V. Woods. A letter was road from the Boomi branch of the asfociation Rt-iting that it had been decided to nominato Mr. Nairn for a seat on the Moree Stock Board, and asking for tho support of thn Moivp branch. On thn motion of Mr. Wools, seconded by Mr. Cross, it *yas decidnd to nominate Mr. Ke-ndn!l as sheep director nnd Mr. J. W. Scott as largo stock director for a spat on ths Hoard, and to sr'ek the co operntion of the Bonmi, MungirVli, and Pallamallawa brunches in the mutter. Mr. Boland wrote from Millie s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
STBLL LEADHMG. ALWAYS DID7 Always Will. Always at t&a ffront. THE GKNKRA1. KUUNMSIIINC. KSTAI1LIS11.MENT OK SYDNKY. HALL'S STOCK VERY LARGE. MALL'S PRICKS VERY LOW. ALL'S DftTwVINCUOOM KUITK, civ orotl in Silk Tnni-strv u-iili ridi Silk HALL'S UIXINCROOM SUIl'B, covered Plush Hnrelors, viz., IhuwN.iiuu Com-h, in bost AiniiriiMiii l.iullior. vi/., Uie.o l'uir Eisit-a, and 4 cuved -Small (.'lairs, Couch, li (iuml ISiuk Sin.ill Chairs, 5 siiinuaiiH. l'uir Easy Cliair.-, CIS l.is. HALL'S BHDKOO.M .SUITE, Wnlmit HALL'S KULL-SIZK TEvTERJ'.HDSTKAD color, oonin-i.ini; Wareiiobe, with plate- with brass linns nnil spindles, set lust glass door ami' iWp drawer, Uuclicis ejiiality Kapu.-k l!'.ldinK, nn.l Triple J)rc.»siiiL' C'liiiit., with ulam attn'ihrd. Win- Mattress, complete for .Co IS*. Washsuiid with Mirhlo top, Towel Rail aud 2 Chtvira, Uuinpkto /or i'7 13s. A- HALL & COMPANY, 561, 503, 505, ~-(-7 Gcovgc-sti'cct, St/rfnci/. Country Orders Packed Free. The Most Complete Fu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
X)OST OFFICE HOTEL (Oppohtk the Ooubt House), MOREE. THE aliovo Hotel which hfu long been looked upoD as one of tho leading Hotels in Morce, has just beon taken over by Mb. D. E. KIHKBY, who intends to con dnot it on up-to-dato lines. Bolt Brands of- Vines, Spirits, ond Beers. First-ola«« Accommodation. Good Stables. D. E. Kirkby, POST OFFICE HOTEL, MOKEK niHE IMPERIAL HOTEL, BALO and HEBER STREETS, MOREE. A. A. EVERINGHAM, Desires to announce that tho above hotel is roplcte with all the appointments necessary tor a First-class Hotol. Wine*, Ales, Spirits, and Cordials of the lery Bss Brands in stock, El tenant .taking accommodation. 'DANK HOTEL. Alfred H. Kirkby, PROPRIETOR. (L»t« of tho Richmond Hotel.) ' BEGS to state that ho has tt!'. 9ver the - above Well-known HOTEL. . Accommodation second to -b.io in town. » Private Rooms for tfamil - '»nd .B?31'.'''- The New Buiidbg i^o replete with all the stalest improvements. But Brands Wines, Spirits and BeerB. Exeellent Btabling and Goo...
THE LABOUR LEAGUE CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 4 February 1902
THE LABOUR LEAGUE CONFERENCE. - ?The conference whiclt was held in Sydney last week under tlio auspices of the. Political Labour L'ague-, teotna to hnvo attracted a considerable amount of attention in political and other quarters. The gathering was certainly an important ono, including us it did, orer n hundred delegates frnm dillerent iuporlnnt centres throughout the State, tho leader of thn party in the House of Representatives and members of the Sta'o Parliamentary pirty. Tho Moree branch of the League, it may bo added in passing, was represented by the member for the district. The Presi dent's address was of a highly owratulatory nature, nnd to an extent traversed the,progres3 of tho League from Its inception. Never before, Jaid the PreBicle»t, bad the p«rty bean stronger in tin; country than it wan to-day, and it was working in entire harmony with tin- parties in loth Houses of Parliament. As a proof of its strength, he. pointed out that no session closed now without eoiiio of ...